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THE PENNY PRESS,
Is prtn ted and poblis hed dally, (Sundays exoepted,) few
FRANCISCO & CALDWELL,
At Ho. 14 WHt Fourth Street,
tad delivered to subscribers in CINCINNATI, GOV
iSOTON ud HEWPOBT.and lasurroiuuiag oltlet,
villages uid towns, at
SIX CENTS A WEEK,
arable to Uit earrltr. ,
PRICE OF MAILING.
Single Copiesy I cti.; On Month, 40 rta.i Three
Month, f l CO; On Ter, U 00.
AMUSEMENTS.
"Wood's Theater
OOENIB SIXTH VINI 8r., 0IN0INNAT1.
Jobn A. Cllrlis, Ja........oIe Lessee and Manager.
Second week of
The Star Sisters Helen and Lucille.
THIS (Monday) EVENING, freptsmbor 12,;will be
presented th. romantic drama of
SATAN IK PARIS.
The , . M lag Lucille.
Henri Dir. Laugdon,
Tantlle...M.M...i. . ....... Mr. itoad.
Gasconade ,. Mr. Hall.
tlhicoret Mr. Kllsler.
M'llo Nantelle Miss Annie Walte.
Madams do Lnceval Mrs. Gilbert.
To oon elude with the successful American comedy,
DUK FEMALE AilEKICAN COUSIN.
Flora Bazlett Miss Helen.
Nathan Burnett 51 r. Ellsler.
Sir Jumea Haxlett...... Mr. Unnu.
Howard Mr. Laugdon.
Lad j Uailett... .. Mrs. Uitbert.
Clara ........Ulna A. Wolte.
HP A young lady of a noighborfaig city will Bhortly
make her flrel nppcarance on any stage.
wVDoors open at 7; Curtain rlwea at o'clock.
Paioiaor Aiimibhion Dress Chiclo and 1'aro.uette,
SOcents; Unllery, Hi cents. .
-WBo free list.
Waktid A few respectable Ladies for the Ballet.
Apply to Mr. G. H. Gifbort.
PIKE'S OPERA. -BOUSE:.
Oh as, M. Babkab Managor.
First night of the celebrated
MARSH. TROUPE OP JUVENILE COME
DIANS Numbering f"rty tnlentfd performer.
THIS (Monday) EVKNINQ, September U, will be
produced, with beautiful acenery, drotuM, properties,
Ac, tu grand fairy operatic sjiectacle uf
CINDERELLA;
Oa, Tub Faint and Tim LVittlb Glass Slipphe.
Hymn "Du Hoir" ....Louise, Hi-Inn, Laura.
Cracovlenim Mlaa Anna.
Duett "I Breathe Aaain," from tlia Opera
Buceanoer Helen und Laura.
Tambour-Major Jig Annette and Charlotte.
To conclude with the aide-splitting
i . TO'ODLES.
Sf"Doorg opon at VA o'clock; porforraanco to com
mence at 7M.
Puicis of Admission, Parquette Clrclo, Parnuotts
and Balcony, 500.; Chllidren under 10 years half price:
Ull"ry, as.
HrUfflce open from 10 to 4. where seats may b ae-
Hired.
3. V. HEUllKltT. Troaaurer.
" THB- " '
HORTICULTURAL EXHIBITION,
AT-! .
PAL.AOE GARDEN,
Vin'j-atrcer, bet. Fourth nnl Fifth.
Oaptafn MENTEB'S Full Baud will perform day
and evening.
NO CONNECTION WHATEVER with tho
SUristrels in tho rear of the Garden. ' '
sepS 1 ADMISSION Si, CENTS. aw
TIIE LADIES PROPOSE HOLDING A
Fair for tbe benefit of Ht. Joseph's
Chnrch, corner Twelfth and Greenup-streotti, at
OUI) VUL LOWS' HLL. Covington, ky.,coiunieuc
ing MONDA If, September ft, and continuing teudays.
Public patrouagewill l gratefully received.
gep3-jV THE FA 111 C'lMaUTTEB.
PALACE GABDEN & VARIETIES.
VINE-STttEET BET. FOURTH AND FIFTH.
Proprietor and Manager ..,....,.11. I. Mourns.
o
PEN EVERT EVENING WITH PROM
ENADE CONCERTS by .
MENTER'S FULL BAND.
CHARMING BALLADS,
BEAUTIFUL DANCES,
001110 SONUS,
A0KOBAT1C KXEIlClHUa.
, ETHIOPIAN DELINEATIONS,
Bnrlesquei, Pantomlinos and Farces, hyn company
of thirty porforinera and musicians, lolccted from the
Deatconipamoi in tuu uuneu oiis. r
. Admission Only Ten Cents.
' ausy ,
LARGEST JV1ULE L1VIXG.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL EXHIBIT
at all the Countt jAiuiln Ohio and Indiana,
the largeal Mule known in the world,
39 Hands High-Weighs 1,800 Ponntlsi
. . live. Years Old.
Was raised by Dr. M'Cann, of Favetto County. Ky.
Will be exhibited by GKO. W. IfKOST.
tauw-am
THE OYSTER TRADE.
O.S.MALl'BY
MAUI! m
t (i) . FRESH CAN
mr OYSTEilS
OYSTERS
Spiced Oysters.
PUKLED OYSTERS
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECEIV
ING DAILY, by tho Ailami Express, UALI
BY'8 world-renowned Baltimore
Tresli Can, Keg and Slell Oysters.
ALSO-!
Freih, Hermotlcally-sealod COVE, 8FI0ED and
PICKLED OYSTERS.
BOfiEBT ORB, Agent.
sspT-tf
Depot, 11 Weit Flfth-itreet.
OYSTERS! IRESH OYSTERS
AT
233 Wnlnut-street,
O1N01NNATI.
I HAVE COMMENCED FOR THE SEA
BON theaaleof J. R, MANN ft CO. '8, superior
law frwh Oyeters. J. TODD,
Wholenala and retail Agent for 3. B. Makm Co.
Oysters cooked in a superior style at our usual mod.
rate charges. . . n au2&-tf
' Cincinnati Academy of Design.
(Ustablieliei by the late Prof. Itobort Conner,)
SEMINARY BUILDING, 80UTII-WE8T COB-
NER SEVENTH AND MOUND-STREETS.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT RE-OPENS ON
MONDAY, Boptember 5th, 1849, with Us usual
facilities for giring Instruction in Oil Filming,
Crayon, Pencil Drawing, sc., (to. Of late years the
taste for these branches has rapidly increased
throughout tbe West, and they are now looked upon
as necessary accomplishments, and useful in evory
walk of life.
Tho long standing of this Academy, and its un
rivaled success, jive evidence that, in every respect,
It is what it professes to be.
: sep5 a M. W. B10HARPS0KtPrlocipal.
BRANDY AND GIN COCKTAIL. John
Bates would call the attention of saloon and
hotel proprietors, to his superior Brandy and Gin
- Cocktail. They are made from the best brandy aud
gin, and are exquisitely flavored.' They are superior
to anything of the kind that has been made. For
; sale, wholesale and retail, National Theuter Build-
ing, Sycamore-street. . . , .. au22
H. KINGSBURY,
Professor of tho Guitar and Flute.
Ladles and Ocntlomen wlsmhff In-'
. stmciinn on either of the shore in-
strumeute, will receive prompt at-3
: tentlon, by leaving their address at (
the Mllaic Stora nfUm.fl. Patera Jk'
Sons; John Church and Wm. M. Peters. auil-am
MRS. ' i ,A', ORTH,
' LADIES' AMD GENTS
FURNISHING STORE,
No. 216 Fifth-street,
' Between Urn and Plum, " 1 CINCINNATI.
Combs, HairOU, Perfumery, Fancy Soaps and No
tions of all kinds. . ',
K. B. Shirts, and all kinds of Tarnishing (foods,
meae to oroer. - buh-sm
Fare, Still & Sparkling Wines.
JAMESEiiELi.r; $
Fas removed his WfNI CELLAR to No. 16 BAH.
MONO BTllJSa.iT aoov xmra straet, , jyi
'VOL'S." NO. 19.
CINCINNATI, MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1859.
PRICE ONE CENT.
News and Gossip.
?Boylol'f steam oarriage, in London,
makes a railway for itself as it moves along.
Sections of railways are secured to the wheels
in suoh a manner that, as they revolve, section
after leetion ifl brought nnder tbe wheels and
held firm for a certain period, laying and tak
ing up a continuous, track for the wheels, at
the carriage moves along. The section rails
are broad tram plates with upturned flanges
oonneated to tbe felloes of the wheels by pins
working in ourved slots; and there are a few
teeth on the face of the wheels, and suitable
notches in the inner surface of the rails, so that
as the former revolve, the teeth take into the
notohes of the rails at proper intervals, and
thus shift and hold them undor the wheels
with perfect regularity.
E9 When railways were in thoir infancy
in England, it was supposed that they would
injure the eatatcs through which or near which
they ran, and the English Cabinet Minister,
Mr. Labouohare's father, received the compen
sation of one hundred and fifty thousand
dollars for an imaginary detriment of this sort.
After his death, his son, finding that thorewas
no injury to the estate from the vicinity of the
railway, but the contrary, refunded the one
hundred and fifty thousand dollars.
The leaders and stewards of the M. E.
Churoh at Lambertville, N. J., hare
Iietohed, That the circulation and reading
of the New lork Ltdyer and PoYca 6?asefleis
a violation uf the spirit and intent of that por
tion of the general rulos of that church first,
the injunction to do no harm; eooond, doing
what we know is not for the glory of God;
thirdly, the reading those books which do not
tend to the knowledgo and love of God.
ECT-The favorite and decidedly most fash
ionable costumes of the present moment, in
Paris, are the war-soiled and patched uniforms
of the heroes of the Italian campaign. The
rod pantaloons, pieced with the white oloth
torn from an Austrian soldier, oxcites a hurst
of admiration and enthusiasm, such us the
most stylish artiilces of gentlemen's parapha
nalia oan never hope to excite oven by the
most artistic creation of his inventive brain
and nimble fingers.
SSJ-The Now York Kntes has published a
list of the suicides which hnve boon recorded
in the papers of the United fltatos during
the last six weeks. Tho number is fifty-three
in which life was actually taken, and tweuty
moro unsucccsBlul aucmnts. jjouiesuc
trouble wns tho cause in a majority of tho
oases, and straitened circumstances mm ais
appointments in business led to wliat coro
nera's juries call the "rash act" in others.
2gcf-Thero 's "blow up" in tho office of
Portcr't Spirit of the Times. Wilkes and Day
ton, tho two proprietors, have quarreled.
The former has run off with tho "plant" and
started IfifWs Spiritnf the Timet. The latter
continues tho old name, with new material,
At tho lost stage of proceeding Dnvton had
obtained an injunction to restrain tho publi
cation of vv tlkcs's paper.
fflSMelancthoQ Snod of the Evangeiicnl
Lutheran Church convened in Hagorstown,
Md., on the 1st inst,, and the opening sermon
was preached by tho President, the Rov. Dr.
Kurta. The next day the Synod was organised
bv elootinir D. J. llauer President, 11. u,
Bowers SooreUry, and (i. A. Nlxdorf TreaaU'
ror. Subsenuentlv toe Rev. I. J. Mine and J,
I. Miller wero ordained by the solemn rite of
the imposition of hands.
50Samuel 0. Bennett, a lawyer of Cairo,
N. Y., was standing on the piaua of a hotel in
that place, last Xhursday, when Mr. Pearson,
with whom he was conversing, playfully slapped
htm on the back, which caused him to fall head
foremost from the stoop to the pavement below.
He was so badly injured that he died soon
afterward, fully exonerating Mr. Pearson from
blame. j .
pS" Those, if any such there be, who re
gard chills and fever as "catching," had
better keep away from St. Louis and vicinity
at present. The like has not been known
hereabouts for years past, and whet makes
the matter worse, we hear of few places in
this or the adjoining States where things in
St. Louis Advocate.
,. ;;
jSSTln 117 oountios in Toxas the majority
for General Houston, for Governor, Is 8,891.
Ilia friends have also the Legislature. Clark,
independent demoorat, is believed to be eleoted
Lieutenant Governor, by aboat 1,000 majority.
Reagan, Tegular democrat, and Hamilton, in
dependent demoorat, are eleoted to Congress,
the former by about 20,000 and the latter by
1,200 majority.
j9It is very evident thnt tho descendants
of Cain did not emlgrato to Cape May County,
N. J., for tho next session of court will be the
first time within her history in which she has
had a murder trial on band. The court com
mences on the 20th instant, when Matthew
Curren will be tried for the murder of his
brother-in-law, Morris Connor, in May last,
The West African Herald states that
on account of the high price of black mon
key skins in England, mere was a most out
rneeoiiB comnotition for them in AVcstorn Af
rica. SkinB which in 1856 could have been
obtained at the rate of twenty to twenty -livo
for a dollar, now being eagerly bought up at
a shilling each, ana in gome ouaes even
more.
US' The aurora of tho 28th ult. was soon
as far south as Galveston, Texas, where it
was visible at 8 o'clock in the evening. It
lasted about fifteen minutes. This phenom
enon is very rarely seen in that locality,
and it was at first quite generally attriDutea
to fires on tho prairies. ,
srM later Henry Ketten, a young Hnnga-.
Tian, in his eleventh year, is astounding the
musioal world by his performances on tne
piano-forte. In London and Paris he has ore
ated a groat sensation.
TA little boy, about three and a half
years old, drank half a pint of Now England
rum on Friday last, in Boston, and although
three physicians worked twenty-four hours
to restore him to consciousness, he died in convulsions
en Saturday. '
E0-The sum of $111,000 was remitted to
Oregon per the last steamer by the United
States Indian Office, to defray the Indian ex
penses in that State during the presont fiscal
year. '
Two servant girls in New York, on
Sunday last, were burnt to death by camphene.
One attempted to light a lamp while the wiok
was' ignited and tbe other to light a fire by
pouring fluid on the fuel.
1
- A Fat Hobsb Contract. A Leavenworth
correspondent of the New York Times says: ,',
Tho last subjeot of discussion here is a oon
traot given to a Virginian, named Gilispie, for
four hundredcavalry horses, at one hundred and
seventy-five dollars apiece. Tbe lucky recipient
of this j oo sold out to a St. Louis dealer at a
profit of fourteen thousand dollars that is, the
aotnal horse-dealer filled the contract at one
hundred and forty dollars ahorse. But this was
not the whole loss to tbe Government the
horses were not wanted; certainly not at this
season. Two hundred and flvo of the animals,
however, were sent to Fort Smith, and the
bslanoe, one hundred and ninety-fire, to this
tost, and an offloer was gent on to inspect and
redely .them, and turn , them over . to the
Quarter-master.
CORRESPONDENCE.
Inauguration Ceremonies at Antioch
College.
[Special Correspondence of the Penny Press.]
YELLOW SPRINGS, O., Sept. 9, 1859.
Editors Penht Phhss : On yesterday
(Thursday) evening the inauguration of Rev.
Thomas Hill as President of Antiooh College
took plaoe in the chapel, whioh was filled with
an eager company, and agreeably decorated for
the oooasion.
The exeroisei were ai follows:
1. Anthem - Hiuglng.
2. Introductory Prayer ltov. A. Hi an ton.
i. Adilrosaof Installation Dr. Del lows.
4. Delivery ofCliarterand Keys,
with au Addreea hy the
inmHtiror Artemus Carter, Edq.
5. Welcome by tho Faculty liov. Mr. Badger.
6. Welcome by tho students In itu .
Address by a member of the
tknilor Class Mr. Clias. R. Rico.
7. Prayer of Consecration Dr. Ilusuier.
8. Inaugural Addras by tho Pres
ident Uev. TItonias Bill.
'I. HillKillll i
10. Concluding Prayer. liov. til. Pay,
11. Benediction by the President.
Presidont Hill entered ; leaning on - the
arm ot Dr. Bellows. lie is a man ot
about forty-five years, with light, Saxon
oomplexion and hair; deep blue eyes, full
of light. Ho is a little over five feet in
hi? lit, and rather stout than otherwise. Al
though his neat dress gives him an air of
greater respectability, fie looks like Horace
Greeley, with less stoop and moro hair. Our
only memory ot President inn lias Deen
hitherto an incident which occurred in 1854.
It was at a Couforonce of New England Uni
tarians, and some very eminent uivino was
giving an address, in which ha repeatedly
used the word "females." At last Mr. Hill
jumped up as ono who could stand it no
longer: "Mr. Chairman, I beg tho gontle-
muu s pardon, but will he not have the char
ity to say women. 'Female' is a physical
characteristic, signifying box." IIo quietly
sat down amid many gruttlied bearers.
Alter the exercises ot yesterday ovening,
which wero very croditablo and impressive,
Mr. Hill gave us bis address, and convinced
us that if he did not have, as tho papers
said, a copious stream of eloquonce, he had
a copious stream of good senBO. If ever thoro
was an address wnicn bore witn it tne grace
of modesty and simplicity, and tho strength
of granite, it was this. He is a powerful man,
a thinker and a Hnowor. ms inaugural gave
a sketch of a complete education, which
ho made to consist of 1, tho training
of the tenses; 2, that of tho intollect; 3, of the
feelings; 4, of the will. Prof. Leootnpto's
geneialization is 1, science; 2,urt; 3,roligion
This inaugural will, I make no doubt, be
given to the public; it is too good to be re
ported. Mr. Hill has been minister of a compara-t'-oly
Bmall society in Waltham for fourteen
years, and has refused many flattering induce
ments to leave them. He spoke with great
ieeling of the severity ot leaving them, lie
will for a while return to close up, gradually;
his relations and engagements with thorn, ere
coming here to roside permanently, though he
will stay until no sees his way dear.
Mr. Hill evinced great judgment by making
it his condition of acceptance, that the salaries
of all the itaoutty should be guarantood. Ibis
the Trustees of the College formally agreed to
do, on their own responsibility. It will, of
eourse. not fall upon th.tn, for already students
are pouring into Antioch, which, burn as it
was of a want, must be self-sustaining ; but it
shows how deep in all concerned is the love
of this college.
Tho only other items worthy of being men
tioned are, that Mr. Albert 1 earing, ot Boston,
of the Board of Trustees, resigned, in order
that Presulont Hill might take his place; and
Mr. P. A. Palmer, of New York, was elected
to the Board in President Mann's plaoe.
Illinois State Fair.
FREEPORT, ILL., Sept. 8, 1859.
Yesterday was a day of crowds. The people
came in by tens, hundreds and thousands,
The receipts warrant the conclusion that there
were ntteen tboueana people on tne grounus
Pour thousand six hundred dollars wore re
ceived for tickets alono, and on tbe day pre
vious about three thousand, making the whole
receipts for two days gonernlly tho least at
tractive to a sum near eight thousand dollars.
To-day, with favorable weather, the reooipts
would have been larger than yesterday, but
there are signs of rain, which will damage the
attendance. As a pecuniary success it is now
evident that this Pair will stand upon an equal
footing with any preceding one, in the faoe of
the United States Fair at Chicago, which it is
eonfessed is somewhat a damper upon this ex
hibition. Sinoe my last, contrary to all expectation,
the departments have been filled up. All tbe
cattle stalls ere full. Floral Hall is beauti
fully decorated and filled with fruit and flow
ers; while the other departments have made
a deoided increase in their attractions.
The first editorial convention of the State
was held here yoBterday. Long John Went
worth, of Chicago, inado a glorious speech,
in which he gave somo wholesome advice to
the craft. Ho advised them to cease taking
care of politicians and other people, and
starving themselves and families. Ho did a
little self-glorification in illustrating his po
sition by setting himself out as an example.
He is one of the wealthiest men in Chicago.
Mr. Blaisdell, of Rockford, niado a capital
speech, in which be argued a higher standard
of excellence in the profession. Mr. Bond,
of the Mendota Obtener, argued tho action
of the coiiT ention in demanding of the State
Legislature increased attention to the ques
tion of legal publications, and particularly
in regard to tho publication of tho laws.
The farmers had a glorious meeting last
night under an immense canvass. They
discussed with singular intelligence the vari
ous modes of plowing aud under-draining.
They all agreed as to the advantage of sub
soil plowing, as thoy did of under-draining,
but the experience in tho latter as yet is
rather limited.
Fow premiums have been awarded to-day,
to-morrow being set apart for that busi
J. R. S. B.
[Special Correspondence of the Penny Press.]
[Special Correspondence of the Penny Press.] FREEPORT, Friday Evening, Sept. 8, 1859.
It is estimated that there were nonr twenty
thousand people on tho ground to-day.
receipts were over three thousand dollars,
making the whole amount reaching $12,000;
$2,000 greater than the Centralia Fair of 1853
Xbe thorough-bred bulls were In the ring
this morning, and the following first premiums
were awarded: Durham four-year old Knick
erbocker, entered by Chamberlain, of Obio;
three-year-old King Alfred, imported; two-year-old
Gold Finder, J. C. Bour, Sangamon;
yearling Henry Clay Second, Turner, Boone
County; bull calves, Emperor, J. N. Brown,
Sangamon; Devon three-year-old, Blucher,
Perriam, Cook County; Devon two-year-old,
King, Kane County; Devon yearlings, Chibl
anus, Wentworth, Cook County; bull calves,
Ben. Franklin, Gittano, Stephenson County.
This afternoon the thorough-bred horses
were brought Into the ring. The display was
good, though not large or equal to some pre
ceding Fairs. The first premiums were
awarded to Prince, a splendid horse, four years
old, sorrel, entered by Ruble, of Beloit, Wis
consin; Sacramento, a three-year-old, belonging
to Hessler, of Georgetown; Lsdy Viotoria,
a four- ear-old mare of Ruble, of Beloit.
la thit evening some ladies, mounted on geod
horses, came into the ring with their eioorts,
and gave some bold acts in horsewomantblp.
They did not hesitate to let out their horses to
their fullest speed, whioh elicited the wildest
shouts of applause on tbe part of tho admiring
orowd.
On the whole, the Fair of 1859 has been a
good one in many retpeots. The people have
enjoyed it; the weather has been propitious;
the show has been rospeotBbls, and tbe receipts
have been better than anticipated.
J. R. S. B.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
NOON DISPATCHES.
Washington Correspondence.
New York, September 10. The JIruld't
Washington correspondent says:
General Harnoy sent troops to San Juan to
protect tbe white settlers from the savages,
who wore committing most atrocious mur-.
dcrs. Nothing inimical to tho British Gov-1
eminent was intended by such movement.
The j calousy of Gov. Douglass was needlessly
excited. No collision with tho British troops or sub
jects is apprehended by the Government.
The President was Secretary of State when
the boundary treaty was negotiated under
President Polk, and is perfectly familiar
with all the circumstances attending it. Ho
and Robert J. Walkor were the only mem
bers of Mr. Polk's Cabinet who opposed tho
49th parallel as the boundary.
They adhere to 64 degress and 40 minutes
at our just limits. No doubt need be enter
tained that the title to San Juan will be am
icably adjusted, as the President must be
perfectly aware of our rights, aud will ask
nothing more.
Tbe long connection of Govornor Douglass
with tho Hudson Bay Company doubtless
caused him to view all the country in that vicin
ity as under tbe jurisdiction and protection of
the British GovernmeDt,at least, if not actually
tns property ot tbe sompany,aod his interosts
may havo rendered him excitablo in tamper
and precipitate in action.
The Cabinet was in sees ion to-day on the
whole subject, and the tenor of tbe instruction
to General Harney, as stated yesterday, will be
of tbe most temperate and conciliatory ohar
aoter. ,
Messrs. Morris, of New York, Browloy of
Wisconsin, and Browley, of Pennsylvania,
have the pork contract for the navy, at $14 U5.
Tbe Republicans assert to-dny that one G.
Donnollan, a clork in the Land OlSce, has been
flooding Iowa with circulars, dated . Iowa
Democratic . Club-rooms, Washington, and
speeches by Land Commissioner Hendricks,
under tbe frank of Senator Bright, who has
been absent four months.
Oovornor Floyd is expectod to return to his
post about tho 15th inst. His health is greatly
improved.
The President has not yet accepted the rosig
nation of Hon. T. A. Hendricks, as Commis
sioner of the General Land Office, but holds the
mattor nnder advisoment. .
Hon. A. B. Greenwood, Commissioner of In
dian Affairs, will start on Sunday next on i
visit to the Indian tribes of the West, with a
view of observing personally tho operation of
our presont Indian system before preparing his
annual report.
The balance in (he Treasury of the Unitod.
States on the 6th inst, was $1,344,210, being
an increase of $029,410 75 on tho balance
shown by tbe previous weekly statement.
Advices reoeivod by the General Land Office
announce tho completion, on the 4th ult., of the
survey of the western boundary of Minnesota,
and the placing of tho oornor-stone at tho inter
section of the northern and western boundaries
of that State.
The timct't Washington dispatch says:
Much annoyance is felt here, both by the
EngliBh Legation and tho Secretary of Btate,
at the recent news from San Juan. The re
lations of the two Governments having be
come moBt cordial and friendly, it is hoped
the good sonso of both powers may prevent
any serious mischief in the promises.
It is understood that Mr. Wycko, the new
British Minister, takes out to Central Amer
ica positive instructions 10 propose a treaty,
which, if the Central Americans refuse to
accept, they will be held responsible by all
the world for prolonging nn unnatural state
of things between themselves on the one
hand, and England and America on the
other. Tho only wish of tho British Govern
ment, and a wish most anxiously felt, is to
come to a final understanding with tho United
States about Central American affairs.
Aerial Voyage to Europe.
New York, September 1 0. An aorial ship,
called the City of New York, intended for a
tians-Atlantio voyage, has beon in the oourse
of construction for some months past, in tho
vicinity of this city, and is now so nearly com
pleted that she. will be ready to undertake the
tnp in Uotobor. I be aeronaut who has ehargo
oS the enterprise is Mr. Lowo, of New Hamp
shire, who has made soveral successful ascen
sions. The dimensions of the ship an greator
ttan those of any balloon previously built.
T;e capacity of tho gas-receiver is seven bun
dled and twenty-five thousand cubic foet; the
aggregate hight of the balloon from the
vUve to tho bottom of the boat is upward of
three hundred foot, and the diameter one hun
drtd and thirty feet.
Mr. Lowe proposes to go direotly from Now
Yrk to London in from forty-eight to sixty
fotr hours. Dropping below the basket is a
mrtallio life-boat, in which is plocod an Erics
sol engine. Its partioular purpose is tho con
tro of apropoller, riggod npon the prinoiplo of
tbsscrew, by which it is proposod to obtain a
regulating power. The application of the me
ohmioal power is ingeniously devised. The
pnpeller is fixed in the bow of the life-boat,
prtjeoting at an angle of about forty-five de
grees. From a wheol at the extremity twenty
tans radiate; eooa ot those tans is live feot ,n
lentth, widening gradually from the polr.tof
conlaot with the sorew to the extremity, Qere
thokvidthof each is one and ono-half (tsf
Nr. Lowe claims that by thoappli cation
thelo mechanical contrivances, hfiS air-ship
canjbe readily raised or lowered, 'l0' 8eej dip.
ferept currents of air; that tb.0y will give
hini ample steerago-way, and that they will
present tho rotary motion o' the machine.
Western News.
Louis, Soptemb r in A nn:oi
paUi to the Republic; tn Bavs taat ales f,.om
oaiiujuinj vny vu w.e itn ult, roachod Atch-
isonl yesterday. "W. II. Ifoopor, Mormon,
has been elected delegnto to Congress. LiouU
Gray, with a party of forty-two dragoons,
surpiisod a band of one hundred unC fifty
Indians concerned in tho lato masfAoriB of
emigrants of tho California rond, and killed.')
twenty of thorn. Gen. Johnston had sent re-'
'V uutD 10 weui. urgy, in nuUcipiitioa-
ot another attack from the combic ed forces,
of tho Indians.
The storo of Miller, Russell k Co,, &t Camp.
Floyd, was burnt. Loss $15,000.
Tbe steamer Wm. O'arvin was sunk several
miles below hore on Thursday night.
The steamer Adriatio, which venently gunk
near Memphis, was valued at $15,000. Hor
oargo, consisting of flour, tobaooo and igiain.
almost en tirely lost. .
Robbery of the Brooklyn Postoffice.
10The Post...,!
hero was robbed last night. All the letter.
JJreJ ?P" nd rifled of $3,000 in money.
The drafts and money orders were mutilated!
to such an extent as rendered them valueless.
Five Days Later from Europe—The
Ocean Queen at Cape Race.
St. Joh.ns, N. P., September 10. The steam
ship Ocean Queen, from Southampton and
Havre for New York, pasted Cane Race this
morning. She left the Needles at two o'clock
on the morning; of the 1st inst. Her advises
are five days later.
The news contains no features of unusual in
terest.
Nothing important had boen known regard
ing tho Zurioh Conference.
Tbo Liverpool eotton market was firm, and
had an advancing tendency.
BreadetuS's oontinuod very dull.
The provision market had a declining tond
enoy. Consuls closed on the 1st inst. at 9595.
Destructive Fire.
St. Louis, September 10. A firs broke out
this sftorooon in the store, No. ill Fourth
street, ocoupiod by J, J. Sporo, artists' empori
um, and Boggs & Leathe, picture-frame manu
factory, almost totally destroying the store ana
stack. The China siassware house of Messrs.
Gay & Co., on north Bide of the street, was
also seriously damaged. The olothing estab
lishment of Soleginan & Brothers, on the south
side of the street, was considerably injure'!.
The lossos, as far as ascertained, are as follows:
J. J. Spore, $13,0OU; Messrs. Boggs & Leatho,
$14,001) and Gay 3c Co. from $10,000 to $15,000.
Insurance unknown.
Fire at Concord, N. H.
Concord, N. H., September 10 A fire oo
eurred here this morning destroying the Odd
follows' Hall, a block of stores on Main-street,
owned by A. Dean, a dnolling and storo owned
Dr. Mooro, a store ownodby Mrs. Brown, with
other stores and several dwellings on Warren
street. The amount of the loss is unknown.
SEWING MACHINES.
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SEWIM MACHINES,
Cincinnati, Office M West Fourth street.
r)F THOSE INTENDING TOPURCHASE,
we desire a peraonnl investigation of the com
parative merits of tbeso Sewing alochtnos with all
others in the market,
aull TRANKniiNRY, Agent.
KELSEY & CO.'S
SEWIM-M18WES
Office 30 West Fourth-street,
CINCINNATI.
WE ASK OP A DISCRIMINATING
mihltr. in Tinrfllllt. of a rftlin.l!ft SmvlltS-Mn-
cliine, til" must Held runiparlson of tho merits of
tluwi'Mnchinwswitb nil others In the market. Wo
court it, being suro it will rosnlt in our fuvor.
I). W. HARRINGTON & CO..
aii9i Aceutn.
SLNQEF.'a SEWIXG IUCHINES.
Pricci It educed to $50, $T5, VSlOoma $125.
Mnp rr'n New Fitmlly Sewing ftlnclilne,
Tlin u, Ifn nt which isonlv S.r0. is allffht and elegant.
ly doeomted Machine, cnpnble of performing, in tho
oust, utyio, an ino sewing ui pnvtuu iwjjlj.
ftlticrcr's Trnnisverse Shuttle Rlncliloe,
To nt7v i a Machine entirely new in its ar
rangement; It i very beautiful, moves rapidly and
ve ry easily, ana, lor inumy um i"ut..
tv.rlng pnrpoHes, Is the very best and cheapott Ma
c nine ever offered to tho public.
8iner' No. 1 Standard Shuttle IMncliine,
Formerly sold at SIM. but now reduced to JJ110, In
known all over tho world. Every sort of work can
be done with it.
Sinaer'n No. a Standard Slinttlo Mnclilne,
This is the favorite manufacturing Machlneevery.
where Prioe, with table complete, 8124.
Mr Send for a Circular.
JAMB. SKARDOM,
Agent for J. II, Singer & Co.
No. 8 Eaxt Fourth street,
iol4-t CINCINNATI, OHIO.
LESTER'S SEWING MACHINES.
V WOULD HESPECTFCLLY INFORM
the sewing public that lam the sole authorized
agent lor tue sale oi lue
lyLESTEIl'S IMPROVED SHUTTLE
SEWIM
M1GIIINB S;
And boing w ell acqn tnted with Its merits, and famll-lni-with
its. iperatlon. I fool eotifldout that those in
want of inci.i an article, will give it proioronce over
anotiiera now ueioretne puuuo.
T ri.inm tr. unnnr.i.KMRrv to enumerate all Its advan
taged, an thi so who nin v wish to purchase will proba
bly profoj So sntiafy thiimsolvea by personal intpeo-
lion, wrucri tney may an oy cnuwg at
!;. 1 W.f Fourth atrret.
WVersons purchasii ig Lester's Sewing Machine
will r waive practical in mructions upon them froeol
caarg e. ah uuicnines wi irrauiuu.
AVIXLIAM IiAPHAM, Agent.
No. 92 West Fourth street, directly
jvi6-t5-t Opposite Post Office.
EVENS'
MANTJEACTl'RING
SEWING MACHINE.
I believe I malco tbe best Lock-stitch Sewing Ma
chines. In tho world. If the purchaser does not think
so after six months trial, I will refund yon the
0,O. JSkJSZJD SIX,
Price of Machines.
ruriTTrtir. akt SAT.B ROOMH-Diroctlv on the
L Northwest corner Main and Fourth streeta, over
n J,uTUna .ia-Mlrv ostAhlishment.
Rar-AU bind, nf rinwinff-Mnchinns renaired. and
'light machinery manufactured, at the Factory, 17
Wnluut-atroot, corner Walnut and Fift h.
KOAgpnts wanted In other ottli tosll my Sew.
ing-Maciiines. Addross, P. EVANS, Jr., Cincin
nati, O. a23
QUAKER CITY:
Two Threaded Double Lock Tight Stltoh
1 FAMILY SEWIM IMI!.
.ALSO THE VERNON
Si me' Stitch, two sins, price 8:13,00 and $40,00,
Tl i. t ery lateet Invention and the moat nolaolesa and
W irfeot running machine extant. The above nanjed
nt inclili e mako the same ilitch, equally as wll
3ir priced ones. On these machines we apply the
r ...TV H. 'mmer that will turn any width or hnm-ltls
; 'uir."i .,l tne maraetthst is adliistable to fold
-mv wicfl.H of hein, with any thickness of cloth,
i Persons residlngin the country wishing samples,
or inlbrma lion, by inclosing So. stamp, will receive
. .. .ntinn.
ppuiui. Mil
IjOO
Ohio.
Local agt wentea in an tne oi'ies ana towpi
Addj
A. JENKS. Agent
p. o. Bar ir.10:
Ora11 at TK tan Swlrt's Vatch and Jewelry Store,
187 Main sti ' TmM
Ohio.
I
RATES OF ADYEETI81N
Terras Cash. . .,,
Advertisements not exceeding Hie Unea lAxmieJ'
One Insertion.....
One week. .. U
Two " 1 ta
One month.... . 1 N
Larger advertisements Inserted at the followlu
rate., for square of tea Unea or leas;
One insertion...- ..0 M
Kach additional I naertlon.....MnHUM.... 2ft
One week- .-. 1 7
Tarn " I OS
Throe 4 l
One month....
...... 6 II
BUSINESS CARDS.
A NDERSON 4 HANNAF0RD,Arclilte,
XjBl- jilancbeater Building,
M. W. corner Third nod fiyenraore it.,
t.i CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Madison House,
MAIN 8TREET,
BETWEEN FRONT AND BSOOND, OINOINKATI.
F. P. C1II1LL, Proprietor.
JrMcm .
Book Binding
TN ALL ITS BRANCH RS,
NO. 8 EAST
.11
Konrth-etreet. between Maiu andSjcaniore, Via
awrue-blndlng In every style. Music Books neat
ly und durably bound. O. UBOPPJtR.
' jyM-Sml .
D. DE FOREST,
Book Hinder aud Paper Ruler,
Third story Tiroes Building, will do all work in bl
line with neatnesmmd dispatch. JTW-lv
PUIXAN Si WDLOAMSON,
(.At the old stand of Pnllau, Hatfield ft Brown,)
WHOLESALE UHOtlM
No. M WIST SECOND ST.,
raMOTJIIIATI.
jsstrn rm.nn, fonnorly of Pcllan, Hatfield & Brown
MM. a. WILLIAMBOM. SaflCi-AOW
B.U, MILAM. f,IO.HATHL. t. S, HOW. a.SKlNNU
PULIAN, HATFIELD & BROJVN,
WHOLESALE BOER
ASP AOtNTS IOB
CINCINNATI KTBADI HIGAR HEFINERT
No. 65 Columbia (or Second) street.
mtr TIcDnOd Sugars and Simps always on band.
rarg-AO .
THOS. H. WEASNER,
DSAIEBIlt ALL mHDR OT
BUILDING LUMBER, LATH,
SHINGLES, ETC., ETC.,
3? l'lura Htroct, Cincinnati, Ohio.
lyas-ciu
P. M. MOORE,
ASLOHITBOT,
P. U. CORNKK THIRD Sc KACfl STS.,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Orders promptly attended tO; "J."-
33. KITTREDHJi & UU.
13 MAIN BTRKET, CINCINNATI, O.
K ITREDGE & FOL80M.
BS St. Charles street, New Orleans, La.,
Importer of Gun 6V Sporlinc Apparatus,
AKO PEAI.ltKg 1 Ct!N POWDKB.
JOHN P. HARRISON.
ATiORNEY-AT-LAW, and Commissioner
r.ir Ohio and other States. Office, South-eaat
ir uiuo anu ouwr e.aH. umvo, .wuu-o,
Fifth aud Madlaon-atreots, Covington, Ken
corner
tucky.
uulS-aai
LBSNHA&T BVL. 2
J. J3Yj CC UU.,
CLEANEHS OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. to Sixth-street, between Viue and Knee, In
tho Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons wno
may luvor us with their patronage, can rely on puno.
tuality and low prices. "P L"1!.
0-i2lX1lI cfcJ EJESLJUi
ENGRAVING,
14 WKT FOURTH STREET.
DOOB PLATES, CAKD CASKS, BTATIONEBT,
eto., etc., eto.
JEWELRY.
El. I,
tfew
EL.IAS
Wholesale
WATCH & JEWELRY HOUSE
16 West Fourtli Street ,
Where can be bud every article appertaining to tbe
Easiness at a much leas price, for CASH, thaa
has ever before been offered in this market.
GIVE US A CALL1
And see for yonraelves. apU
WM. WHITAKER
JEWELER,
Ho. 6iH N. E. Cor. fifth and Lodge streets, betwe
walnut anu vine, lyiucinuuu.
Agood BHSortinentofSILVEBand PLATED WABE,
of HiUTAuliO, etc., Kept coiisutuuy uo uuuu.
Sneclal attention given to Cleaning and Repairing
Wutches eud Jewelry. niyio
BEUUs ill 1H, Ao. West 4th St.
ARE NOV BECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their Intro usiirtniont of Watches, Jewolry,
Silverware and Diamonds.
ALSO
A fine assortment of Plated Tea Beta and Cutlery
and Opera Glasses. TH
DENTAL CA1DS.
"DR. m. roqeks.
DENTIST,
Oiuce, Ho. 84, Seventh-street,
THIRD DOOB WEST OP Vlltg,
anl8-amr CINCINNATI.
0, DONSALL.
H. A. SMITE
SMITH,
oUNSALL
DENTISTS,
No. 118 West Sixth-street,
' CINCINNATI. scpl-em
J. TA FT.
' (Successor to Knowlton Taft.)
DENTIST,
No. SO West Fourth St., bet. Walnut oV V ino
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
joM-cm '
g, L. HASLSN. H. B elTU.
Drs. HAMLEN & SMITH,
3D 353 3NT T I m T & ,
jau. a iieiv srw Bl.
178
DR. S. WABDLB.
D B ST T I S T
Office No. 138 West Fourth street.
UIKOINNATt. OHIO
H. S. WINSLOW
NO. 151 BICAWOKE STBKET, BELOW FIFTH,
jy29-cm Cincinnati.
MEDICAL CARDS.
as
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J. "WILSON'S Office. 58 West Fourth.
street, whuro be mav be conaulted dail. far .11
Female Complaints, Intlanimation of the Cervix.
Prolapsus! Uloreu, all displacement of the Womb,
Spinal and Cerebral affections, and other organic dis
ettsea com (nou to females. The Doctor's long expe
rience and recent discovery iu tho treatment of the
a hove diseases, cannot fail to give entire satisfaction.
The Doctor Is agent for a European Female montblr
Pill; price ftl and two atarnpS; au!6-ui
11, S. AEUi'0i) AI. IK
Ofilce, B0 West Sevontli Street,
StTWBlta Till AD lAOa.
to
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Orrii-M. 90 West 8eventh street, between Vine
and Dace. ltumiNc e-No. f.3 Seventh street, bo
ween Walnut aud Vine. Ornoi Bopas 7Ji te
P, M.i lateKP W.: TtoS Y M
EANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
FOUMDMY, R. ALLISON. Bnrlln,l.nt
lntlngJUaitrlals of all kinds. f Vine etreet. tf
VVL, ,AI1 1ISNKY, ATTORNEY
v AT LAW, Cbaae Buildings. No. 6 East Third.
treet.
eepA-ay
BRANDY AND WINE FOR MEDICAL
purposes I have remaining a small lot of very
tine old Ourd.and Qenneasey Branches, which I otter
for medical purposes, from n knowledge of their so.
perlority. Also Madaria, bhorrr and Port Wluea;
Catawba, Still, Sparking and Dry, all of tu erior
guauty, auu at. very low pneea.
FKBGC80N. Grocer.
sep3
Corner Ninth and Vine

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