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THE PENNY PRESS,
FRANCISCO & CALDW 3LL,
At If 6. 14 Wett Fourth Street,
and delivered to subscribers In OINOINNA TI, GOT.
1K8TOH and NWPORT,aad la surround! nf cities,
Tlllxat ml towai, at
SIX CENTS A WEEK,
payable to the carrier. .
PRICE OP MAILING.
Nifla Ooptea, t cts.j On Month, 40 oU.l Three
Month, l 00; Oh Tatr, ft 00. i
CORNER SIXTH A V1NB Brs., CINCINNATI.
Jdum A. Ellsleb, J ..--..Sole Lessee an d Manager.
Last night but two of
Ths Star Sisteri Helen and Lucille.
THIS (Thuriday EVENING, September is, will
lie presented the interesting historical drama vailed
THE WEPT OF TUB WISH-TON-WISH.
Naramattah...-...- ...Miss Helen.
ConnucUi't Mr. Laug'lon.
Uncas Mr. Lord.
Mmor Uougii Mr. Hanu.
Satisfaction Skunk .. .. Mr. Adams.
Onutont Heatbcote Mr. Head.
Faith Heatbcote Miss Annio Waite.
To concludo with the laughable comedy called
.C , THE LITTLE DEVIL.
Carlo, The Little Devil. Miss Lticillo.
lion Raphael...... ...Mr. Head.
King Ferdinand Mr. Lord.
Oil Var?o...... - Mr. Kllaler.
Ouaen Isabul Miss Irving.
To-morrow, benefit and last night of THK STAR
NT A round lady of a neighboring city will shortly
make her first appearance on any stage.
f-lnnm oneuut.: Curtain rises at 7f o'clock.
TaicKs or Admission Dress Oirclo and Pariuett,
oocems; itauory, ;ceuw.
WNo free list.
Chad. M. Babkab ...Manager,
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
MARSH TROUPE OF JUVENILE COME.
Numbering forty talontod performers.
THIS (Thnrsday) EVENING, September 13, will
be prodnced, for the laat time, the magnificent
legeuuary spectacle oi
THE NAIAD QUEEN,
Witti new and i-orsooni scenery. Brand marches, ev
olutions and cnoruma. terrinc combats, startling
'txhlMiiT. Ac. introducing the entire strength of the
company. In consequence ot the extremo length of
this beautiful piuy, no otner piece wm ne presented.
1KB- fn active rehearsal, and will Mhortlv he nro
duced, the grand romantio spectacle of "f ortuuio
OWDoors open at VA o'clock; performance to com'
mo ace at 7 74 .
f Pnji is or Admission. Parcjuette Circle, Parquette
ani Balcony, ooc.; unuuren unuer iu years nan price;
BSPOfBco open from 10 to 4, where seats may be ie
cured. - J. F. HERBERT. Treasurer.
CINCINNATI TROTTING PARK.
4 TROTTING MATCH WILL COME
Jm. off over the above Track
on THURSDAY, Sept. IS, for
500. Two-mile heats, to
K. Smith b. ., E. A. Smith, (formerly Mohawk.)
ias. Kooaey.g. m. Aiauy uay.
These nags have recently trotted twornces, and
were very equally matched In speed and endurance.
. It la confidently fxrecttd this will be a closely con.
i tested and interesting race.
Rnca to coma off at 4 o'clock.
- A train will leave the Hamilton and Dayton Rail
road Depot lor ine uourseat ; o ciock.
eepU T, J. STEPHENS, Proprietor.
New Testament and the Land of Pnlestine
Will be exnibl leu every evening lor two weens at
THE MBLODKON MALL.
ComnofnclngTHUltSDAY EVENING, Sept. 23, and
on weanasaay ana Saturday anernoons.
' Tlekota 2A cents: Children under twelva years ISO
Liberal arrangements made with schools. aevHawt
First wcok of the engagement of
MLLE ESTELLE ESMONDS
" IiA BELIZE I)E PARIS,"
Acknowledged the flrat Is the profession.
Also, the original
Is engaged for ono woek more. This U his last ap
pearance in the city.
Admlaalon Only 10 C'euts).
LARGEST MULE LIVING.
f 11U5S UNDERSIGNED WILL EXHIBIT
1 nt am. the County Fairs in Ohio and Indiana,
the largest Mule known in the world,
J Ilanda High-Weigli. 1,800 Pound,
Vivo Yeara Old.
Was raised by Dr. M'Cann, of Fayette County. Ky,
Will be exhibited by GEO. W. FROST.
THE OYSTER TRADE.
mHE SUBSCHIBER IS HOW RECEIV
J INO DAILY, by the Adama Express, MALT
HV'B world-ronowned Baltimore
Iresh Can, Eeg and Shell Oysters,
Fresh, Hermetically-sealod (JOVE, SPICED and
EOBEST ORE, Agent.
Depot, 11 West Fifth-street.
OYSTEES! FRESH OYSTERS
. , , . -AT
I HAVE COMMENCED FOR TUS SEA
SON tho sale of J. B. MANNA CO.'S, snperlor
raw fresh oysters. J.TODD,
Vholosale and retail Agent for J. R. Mann ACo.
Oysters l ooked in a superior style at our usual mod
crate charges. , r au25-tf
SOUTH GATE HOUSE,
south -east corner of Sixth and Elm, Cincinnati,
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING RENEWED
his base of the Southgata House, and expended
a large amount of money in palming, carp.ii inn, and
refurnishing it, introducing Bathing-rooms, Water
elosets, nnd every possible convenience aud luxury
through u (.invitee a continuance or the public pat
ronage, lie feels confident that the house will
found, with its recont improvements, in a bettor
condition than when flrat opened for the reception
KuaaU. Tbe location of the hotel is central aud con
venient, either for up-towo visits or down-tovn
business. Meals are regularly served nt the tab
d'hote, or In private moms, and furnished at
hours. The terms are 81 per day, and accommoda
tion eijnal to any SI IW per day house In tne city.
The house will
Irnnf 'Awn nlodit And dav. at
hours. Omnibuses will be in attendance to and from
tbe cars. Breakfast for early train. And for the
rnat, the proprietor leaves bis guests to speak
. him. .. Isopl-am) , T. F. WATSON, Proprietor.
Professor of tbe Guitar and Flute.
Ladles and Gentlemen wishing In
struction on either of the above in
' .tmmerjta. will receive nrnmnt at
tention, dv lenvinit meir an fir-ana at i
the Music Htoree of Y) m. C. Patera A
Sous; John Church ana n,n. reters.
MRS. J. A.ORTH,
; . . ladies' And gents
No. 316 Flflh-street,
' Between Elm and Plum, CINCINNATI
Comb, Hair Oil, Perfumery, loncy Soaps and No.
tioio of all kinds. , , ,, ,
N. II. Shirts, and all klails of Furnishing Goods,
nude tt orucr. . , . -a
VOL. 2. NO. 22.
CINCINNATI, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 15, 1859.
PRICE ONE CENT.
Arrivals of Trains.
INDIAIMPOMI ft ClSClKNATl :40 A. If.! i.ii T. U.',
0:81 f. H.
Cincinnati, Haviltoii and Dayton :4ft A. at.; 10:47
a. .; e:i p. a.; nuiup. it.
Lmu Miami 730 A.M.; 1:30 r. .J 7:18 P.M.; 10:46
Habiitta An Cisoiksati -10:30 A. M.; 9:15 r. M.
Orioand tlisst(sippi-7:ioA. M.; 3:00 p. m.; 10:1 r.n
OovmoToa ano LixiKaroN-10:20 A. M.; 7:05 r. kt.
Departures of Trains.
Indianapolis and Cincinnati 5:50 a. m,; 12:00 m.;
b:(J0 p. m.
Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Indianapolis
and Cleveland, fi:00 a. m.; Sandusky Hail, 8:00 a. m.;
Sanduskv.4:vU) r. M.: Accommodation. 6:(HI y. m.
Littli Miami Cleveland and Pittshug, R:00 A. .;
uieveianai rittsnnrt and uniiair, (:.) a.m.; uoinm
bus Accommcxlatien, 4:40 p. u.; Clevuland, ?liu
bura and Rellair. 11:311 p.
Ohio and Mississippi St. Lonls, 9:00 A. M.) Lonii-
vine, 2:00 p. m.; St. bonis, :mp. m. .
Pinaniiao, Colcjibub and Cincinnati (StenhenTllIe
Bhort Lino) Eaat Front-street Depot 6:00 A. M.;
8:0O a. M. 11 :30 p. m,
Cleveland. Columbus and Cincinnati East Front
street :00 A. M.; 8,30 A.M.; 1I:30P. M.
Cincinnati An Marietta :! a. n.;3:30p. m. -Cintbal
Ohio From East Frout-stroet Depot 8:30
A M . 11' 3U P. M .
OoviNatON and Lixikotok 6:25 a. m.; 2:30 p. u.
NEWS AND GOSSIP.
The Liberi (Africa) Slur of IAh,.rhj
demolishes 1 cotemporary in the following vig
oron style: "The editor of tho Herald is like a
maddened bull reckless, furious and desper
ate. Not oven is the family oircle sabred nor
the grave free from his pollution; but with un
hallowed hands be has descended into the
oanotity of the tomb to vent his tnnlioe on tbe
living." A mad bull descending with unhal
lowed handt into tbe sanctity of tho tomb, to
vent his malice on the liviiiy, id decidodlj rich.
Shine on, bright star I
rJohn S. Bniher, Secretary of tho Rich
mond, Va., Fire Association, has defaulted to
a large amount twenty-five thousand dollars
it is reported. He also defaulted for soven
hundred dollars belonging to the "Amicable
Sooiety," and fifteen hundrod dollars belong
ing to tbe jLynchburg Hope Company. It
was all Inst, in a short time, at tbe gambling
table. He entailed ruin on his family, hiuitoli
and friends, and fled.
fiffj, J. Courtney, Deputy United States
Marshal of the District of Texas, was recently
killed in the town of Birdvillo, in that State,
by Colonel A. G. Walker, editor of the Bird
ville Union. The immediate cause of the dif
ficulty was the result of a political discussion,
but there had been an old quarrel between
them. Colonel Walker was held to bail in tho
sum of two thousand fire hundred dollars,
whloh he promptly gave.
fi3k friend from the South called at our
office yesterday morning and placed in our
bands New Orleans papers of Monday last.
He left that city on the evening of Monday,
and oomlng by the Tonnessee route reached
here in three dayi and Iwrniij tours, a part of
the journey performed, too, by stage-coach.
We could hardly have believed in such expe
fi9Tht Martiosburg Jle.puUlun states that
a duel was prevented last week between An
drew E. Kennedy, Kin., of Charlestown, Va.,
and Mr. Randolph, of Clark County, Va., by
the arrest of the parties, who were hold in
$4,000 bail to keep the peace. A lady was the
cause of the dihiculty.
ipSk building, four hundred feet square an d
forty teet lroiu tne base to tne root, has been
ereoted in Houston, lexas, constructed of a
material which is composed of sand, shells and
ooment, whioh forms a wall of solidity equal
to stone. It looks as solid and durable as if
made of granite, aud oosts loss than if con
struoted of wood.
?-The Mechanics' Hall in Norfolk, Vir
ginia, destroyed by fire Wednesday morning,
was one of the finest in the country. It wa
erected in 1850, after the Tudor gothio style,
and oovered an area of 0,671) square fcot. A
new hail will bo built immediately.
There is a colored man, named David
Chambers, now living near 1'renohtown, who
was one hundred and two years of age some
time last month. He was for twenty-live
years the slave of the late James L. Craig, and
was raised on tbe "Court-houso Point" farm in
Elkton (Md.) Whig.
. ;dAdams's Express employs :j,'S2 men,
1,781 horses; it has 1172 agencies, and its mes
sengers travel daily 40,152 miles on railroads
and steamers, a distance equal to onoo around
the globe and two-thirds around it a socond
&9A killing frost fell iu tho "Glades,"
Randolph County, Virginia, on Monday night
last, destroying the late oorn and utterly de
stroying tbe buckwheat.
RAai'BSRBlKS AKi) Jam. Lako Superior is
famous for jam as well as fish. In I8ji souio
four hundred pounds of raspberry jam were
manufactured io Chippewa County, as an ex
periment, and the artiole now linds a ready
market East and West. The difforont makers
at Sugar Island, Snut Village and Iudian
Mission, tho past August, put up thirty-one
thousand and four hundred pounds, which sold
readily lor fifteen, eighteen and twenty cents
per pound, and the manufacture still continues.
The berries aio mostly picked by Chippewa
women, and are brought in in baskets contain
ing sixteen pounds, lor which they receive
dollar, or six cents per pound. Tbo Lake
Superior Journal 'says it is not uncommon for
a mother ana two or tnree cnuurcn to como in
at night with throe or four baskets.
The great lire that razed tnrnuci we i.ane
Superior oountry in 1X46 oloared off thousands
OLores Of nerctoiore lmponeiraoie loresig, ana
at the same time converted thorn into beautiful
raspberry plantations, that produco, many of
tnein, at tne rate oi irom tour to six nunureu
weight of barries to the aore, anil woro there
sufficicnoy of harvesters, tho bueinoss could be
extended to an almost indefinite extent.
Bavbthb Veuktahi.k Sbjsds. Mitny seeds
are annually wasted from not boing gathered
at tho right time. They aro left till a con
venient season, and then ono "job is made
of it. Ia this way, as thoy do not ripen
the same time, tho first matured and most
valuable are lost, and many are taken while
yet green and worthless. The gnrden should
be visited every day from tho first ripening,
and the mature heads collected, tho stalks
being severed with a sharp knife or shears.
Sheets or newspapers may be spread upon
the floor of a chamber or garret, and the dif
ferent kinds laid separately upon them.
When the gathering is completed, and the
seeds have thoroughly dried, rub them out,
clean them, and put them iu bags of cloth
paper. Each parcel should bo distinctly
labeled with the name and tbe year when
gathered. Many vexatious mistakes will
thus be avoided next spring. All seeds
future planting should bo kopt as far as pos
sible from heat, moisture and light. Their
vitality will be impoired, if not destroyed,
by carelessnoBS in this respect. Tin cases,
elass iars, or even tight wooden boxes,
preferable to leaving them looso in
Contracts Awarpkd. Tho navy contracts
for beef and pork were awarded on Thursday
at lower rates than for several years before.
Messrs. Bradley , of Wisoonsin; Morris,
New York, and Bradley, of Pennsylvania,
were tho successful bidders for pork, and
New York bidder has the beef contracts.
Espionage at Home and Abroad.
A statement has been going the cireuit of tbe
papers that tinoe Napoleon III has deolared
a general amnesty to all political offenders, tba
system of espionage is as rife as ever in France;
in short, that tbero is a policeman in almost
every house; and people here ore correspond
ingly shooked at this fact. Do they not know
that a system of espionage just as despotic and
perhaps more potent is exeroited at our own
doors, of which they never think of oomplain
ing? By means of the mercantile agencies the
spy-system is ramified throughout the whole
country, the most seoret actions of men, not
alone in mercantile matters, but in tho private
life of the merchant himself, aro recor del on
the books of those agencies, and open to tbe
inspection of whoever pays for tho privilege.
If a merobant in New York is about to sell a
bill of goods to a merchant in Sknnk Hollow,
Arkansas, he goes first to the agency, and says,
"I want to soli to John Smith, of Skunk Hol
low, Arkansas; what do you know about him?"
The dork who has obarge of that zone of ooun
try is called, he refers to his book, and the
private lifo of poor John Smith is laid open to
the eyes of the inquirer. He is told when and
to whom he was married; bow much money he
got with his wife; whether they live happily
together; bow many children be has; whether
he gives parties, drinks cbampagno or confines
himself to "red-oye," and when be played the
last game of whist or euchre. Now, how all
tho information oa these subjeots name to be
known in New York, except by meaus of the
most rigid espionage, is a problem. Yet the
facts are recorded here, and they are generally,
if not always, oorrect. Tho espionage ot the
mercantile agenoies can blast tho prospcots of
a merchant and ruin his charactor forever; tbe
.espionage of the French Emperor cannot do
The information acquired by the foreign
system is communicated to tho government
alone, the information gathered by the agents
of tbe Bystem here can bo purchased by the
whole oountry for o price. Tbat is just the
N. Y. Herald.
Tho Philadelphia Bulletin says of the
The ailanthua grows with such extraordi
nary rapidity that it . is safe to say that it
gives xuoro wood in one-third of tho timo
than any tree generally used for fuel. And
though it grows so quickly, it is firm, hard,
strong and durable wood, nearly as valuable
as locust, and making excellent fuel. As for
soil and culturo, it grows in the moat deso
late sands of New Jersoy like a young hay
tree, a single wheelbarrow-load of loam to
each tree being all the capital which it re
quires to resist tho most untoward influences.
It endures heat and cold; it will grow where
a blackberry vine would think twice before
it would sprout once, and is never touched
by insects. How many of our readers own
thousands of acres, now worthless? Let them
plant ailanthus, which grows easily from the
seed, and wait only ten years. , . :'
Fiktkex Ships to thp Man. Since the com
pletion, of the Great Eattern, inquiries have
been rife as to the dimensions of all the large
ships in the world. We append a list of fif
teen monsters of the deep, that, without bow
sprit, would cover a space one mile in length,
wero they placed in lino. The Adriatic, Jfi
agirn, Gnat llvpullio and Pcmiaylvania are
Vesaols. LcDsth. Tobiiokc.
Great Kustern i'rtl l'.MKU
Adrintic ": about o.'kKI
Niagara ' 1,1
Uuke of Wellington 210
General Admiral XS
Persia , 371!
Royal Charter Dili
Great Republic .102
Groat llrilain.. 274
Total 5,181 feet
Tub Sio.vuns ov the Dtci.AnAiiox ov I-nuk-i-enprsck.
The committee of plans for tho
monument to tho siguors of tho Declaration
of Independence, to be erected in Independ
ence Simare, Philadelphia, have decided to
publish a prospectus, a copy of which is to
bo addressed to nil architects and artista
throughout tho United States, sotting forth
that all plans sent in for tho approbation of
the committee must be drawn upon sheets of
paper two feet snunro, on the scaio ot lour
feet to tho inch, providing a base sixty feet
in diameter, having thirteen sides, ana m
each side a niche or entablature containing
some devico representative of each of the
thirteen States, n shaft or column over all
Tho plans ore to be sont in to A. G. Wa
terman, Ksii., Philadelphia, on or before the
1st of January, 18G0. The committee have
resolved to award for the bo.st plan, which
will bo adopted, $301); second best, $01).
A I'skfui. CniNOMNE. A gentleman, whoso
attention was attracted by the suspicious lo
comotion of a woman passing from the store
of one of the Alexandria merchants yestcr-
day, descried the end ola niece ot bacon pro
lectins below her dress. Tho merchant
stated, on inquiry, that he had sold her none
Tho woman was thcreunon brought back
and charged with tho theft, and, although
her proportions were undisturbed, and indi
cated nothing wrong, except tho ridiculous
fashion, yet tho scqual proved that she had
concealed beneath her criuoliuo a side of ba
con, which weighed thirty-five pounds! Tho
charity of tho merchant, like the crinoline of
tho culprit, covered her sin, and sho was told
Cui.tivatiox of Polish Wbkat m Texas.
A letter has recently been received at the
agricultural division of tho United States
Patent OfUce troni a planter in the southern
part of Texas, in which tho writer speaks in
the highest terms of the Polish wheat or
Bant rye, of which he has commenced the
cultivation, nnd says that ho has every rca
Bon to holievo that it will yield upward of
Bovcnty-tivo bushels to tne acre, its cuitiva
tion, he thinks, will add immensely to tho
agricultural interests of Texas. Tho success
which has attended the cultivation of bald
barley has also exceeded their most sanguine
What a Wim Should Bk. Says nn old
author: "A cood wife should be like three
things, which three things she should not be
like. First, she should belike a snail, always
keep within her house; but she should not
be like a snail, to carry all she has upon her
back. Secondly, she should bo like an echo.
sneak when she is spoken to; but she should
not be like an echo, always to have the last
word. Thirdly, she should be like a town
clock, always keep time and regularity; but
she should not bo lik a town-clock, to sneak
f tnn -iV-inf all fHa fnrn maw l-iani Vial
BJ MIUU ... IV . VUW VW ,T U MIWJ MVU, MV. .
A Trottmo Traimer. Warren S. Pea
body, who is famous for his management
trotting horses. purposes looatintr at Woodlawn
..tace (Joarse, &y, tie was regarded as one
the best trainers on Long Island, and has
superior in the saddle.
Paut. Mohphy. Paul Morohy has been
playing, within a few days, sevoral games
oh ess at the rooms ot tbe inow xork unoss
Club, in the University, with Mr. A. B. Meek
a leading player of the South, giving him the
odds of a knight; also with W. ii. A. fuller,
nf New York, giving him the odds of a oastle,
Mr. Morphy won every game.
How to Livb Loxo. More peoplo die an
nually from a want of sufficient brain-work
than from an excets of it. Uood health of
body and mind depends upon each having its
full share of exercise and work, and it would
seem from history that we can better afford
the body to be in a state of lassitude than al
low ths intellectual powers to lie dormant.
There may be a physical canse for this, from
the fact that much thought induoes a temper
ate lifo; but the exceptions to such a rule
would bo found so enormous as to show that
it was not tbe only secret. We aro rather in
clined to think that the most' general rulo and
the one capable of the broadost application by
which to attain to that great desideratum "a
green old ago" is to give the mind full play
to expand tbe powora of thought by reading
and observation, and to banish ths fear of
death, rosultine; from an exhausted "knowledge-box."
: We have shown to what ages the
old philosophers l.vod, and many modern ones
have been equally long-lived. Galileo and
lUeer Baoon both lived to seventy-eight,
Burton died at eighty-ono, Goethe and West
were eighty-two, Franklin and Hersehel lived
to eighty-four, and Newton and Voltalro did
not finish their labors until eighty-fivo. -The
astonomer If alley was eighty-six at his de
cease, and Sir Hons Snano was ninoty-thrt e.
Michel Angolo and Titian, tho great masters of
art, lived to ninety-six. These, surely, ore
iiistanccs enough to stimulate the individual
that wishes to live long, not to forget to culti
vate tbe intellectual faculties and imagination
while he is attending to the physical aids nf
exercise, cleanliness and temperance. We all
think too much of tbe body and neglect tbe
higher and diviner harts within us; wo cleanse
the temple and adorn its pillars, but wo for
that the dweller therein also at
CritnKNXY of RrssiA. The gold and silver
of Russia is of tho purest qunlity, and their
coin is exquisitely cut and very chaste.
Their paper circulating medium is the issue
of tho National Bank nt St. Petersburg.
The rouble, which I believe ia the largest of
their silver pieces, is equal in value to seventy-five
cents of our money; it is divided
into parts by copecks, ono hundred of which
mnko a rouble, tho smallest silver coin being
nve copeoits. incir copper coin varies in
denomination from one quarter of a copeck
three-sixteenth of a cent to a five-oopaek
piece. While a copper to us is but a trille,
and the terra is otten used to express some
thing small, the comfort, if not the very ex
istence, of thousands of the poor laboring
classes in Russia depend upon an abundant
circulation of copper money; it is almost the
only money wnicn many receive in reward.
for their labor, and wero it to be withdrawn
from circulation in largo quantities, such
withdrawal would he followed by marked
evidences of want among the large class with
whom it is the principal u not the only me
dium of axchange.
Thkmendous Wiialk. Tho Halifax Journal
tells the following whale story:
A La Hnvre craft, on her return trip from
the Labrador, not very well fished, had the
good fortune to fall in with a large dead
whole drifting about, whieh the fishermen
ipeedilv made last to, nnd commenced strip
ping off and trying out the oil. When they
had filled every vessel availnblo on. board, a
second Nova Bcotiaman enmo up, turned to
and jrmdo a good harvest also. By this time
tho whole of ono Bide of the leviathan was
used up.. At this period a I'ren chman hove
in sight, and soon came alongside, but the
united efforts of the hands on borird tho three
vessels failed to capsize the carcase, nnd tho
remainder was finally disposed of by tho
original discoverer to Johnny Crapaud lor
the sum of 7, to do with the whale what he
best could. Tho Ln. Havre men left the
Frenchman, who had taken his prizo in tow.
making for the nearest land.
Axn Stu.l Pkoi-le Ubb It. A 2,Irs. Pascall
and daughter, of New York ono 5St, the
other 25 were pouring campheno into tho
crevices of a bedstead to destrov vermin. A
ighted lamp was near, and tho camiiheno
"niting tho can, burst, scatterinc; tho li'iuid
death all around, setting th". clothing of both
on fire, and also tho funu'.uro of tho room.
Mrs. Pascall, in ber frisht, got out of tho sec
ond-story window, and clu:ig with her hands
to tho sill until she was rescued oy a gentle
man who was passing by. Miss Pascall ran
downstairs and fell insottiiible in tho hall
way, whore she was discovered, terribly
burned. Tho luces oi both ' ivomen were com
pletely cluirrcd, and their tortures were ex
cruciating until death relic trcd them.
Tim (Iiirat Eastern. Wo learn that Mr. J.
Scott Russell, tho buildor of the o'mil Ihtfem,
is to come out in nor on her first trip to Amer
ica, (ircat numbers ot tioKole nave been Bold,
and for her trial trip to Chorbt urg, which was
to take place on tho bth, an lnimunso number
ofplnseshad been takon. If that proves en
tirely successful, sho will como to this country
with an enormous number ot passengers, hno
oouo.es to Portland first, In cod sequence of an
old contract with tho Grand Trunk Railroad
Company to that effect; but BjIO will bo very
UVly to go from Portland to Now York.
Mkxii'an Tbkaty. Ministor MuLase arrived
in Washington Sunday, and em braced the oar
liest opportunity to inform Secretary Chhs
his failure to negotiate a troaty with tho Juarez
Government under tho instructions forwarded
to him by tho Administration, The olause
objoctod to by tbe Mexican Government is that
which provides for tho landing of United States
naval or military forces on the Isthmus for the
protection of tho Transit. Mr. McLanc is
tho opinion tnat inis point win never bo con
ceded by Mexico.
Restoration of Bishop Oh dkkdonk.
movement is on toot in New lore for
restoration to olive of Bishop Ondordonk.
The great stumbling block in the way of nny
moaMires looking toward toe restoration
hitherto has boon renin rod Ilia liiahop having
signed a papor in which, alter .'.uquittini;
brethren ol improper motives in hie conviction,
acknowledging the justioe of their not of disci
pline, and professing- his sincere sorrow aud
repentance, he asks that his sentoncs msy
Thk Mohmons. It is said tiaat tho Mor
mons hav fixed upon Papau, Ne -v Guinea,
their future residenoe, and are collecting ships
to transport them tbither. Papau is an ex
tensive island of the Eastern Arcbipollago,
separated from Australia by Tories Straits.
has been but little explored by Europeans.
Tbe inhabitants, who are supposed to number
two hundred thousand, are partly Malay
partly negro. Its area is estimated at
hundred thousand square miles. Its surface
1b of a very varied oharaoter, a lofty mountain
range, containing some remarkable elevations
extending through its whole length. The
valleys and level land are believed to be very
productive, and timber of large sir.e abounds.
It is also said that gold has been found by
A Not port Lawybrs to Crack. A caso
the following hind enmo up recently in Penn
sylvania: A. B. married C. lVs sistor: his wifo died.
A. B. then married 0. D.'s daughter:
died. C D.'s wife died. C. D. married E.
and died. A. U. then married C. D.'swidow,
nnd had children by each wifo. What
oxisti between all the children
A. E? ,
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
The Fire at Halifax.
St. Johns, N. B., Soptember 14. -The fire
at Halifax, on Friday night, destroyed Mott's
building, on Hellis-streot, occupied by Mr.
Ashurst, auctioneer; Mr. Simmonds'a stove
storo, and G. Mott, spice-dealer; Chamberlain's
stove-store; Hunter's flour-store; Taylor's flour
store, and tbe similar establishment of Mr.
On Oranville-streot the stores of Mr. Mur
dook, dry-goods; Mr. llejson, tailor; Mr.
Webb, druggist; Mr. Rogors, batter; Mr. Rich
ardson's confoctionoryt Mr. Mackinley's boat
store; Loudon's boat-store; Wotmore, Vaux fc
McCullongh's dry-goods store; Mr. MoKenzie,
watchmaker; Creigbton & lirswoll's dry-goods
store: Mr, Coombs's sboo-store; J. 13. Bennett's
dry-goods store; also Duffy .fc Co., Delatree .V.
RaynorV Roman stove building; Mr. Goodnow,
wooden ball; Mr. Chipman's dry-goods store;
Mr. Stark's dry-goods store; Mr. Mlgnourty't
dry-goods store; Mr. Kouuiund a hat-store; Mr.
On Harrington-street there wore also several
houses destroyed, including the printing-offices
of Mr. Blocklader and Messrs. Bowors Sc Sou.
Tho destruction ' of property was immense,
and tho damage will probably reach one mil
Arrival of the North Star.
N&iv Yoiik', Sept. 11. Tho steamer XortU
Slur, from Aspinwall, roached this city about
A revolution has occurred in Costa Rioa.
President Mora has been overthrown and ban
ished, together with his brother, General Mora,
and General Cams.
Seoor Montealigre has been placed in power
as provisional President.
rfl!KUTEE'H SAIE. ON MONDAY,
J", the 19th dav of September, A. I). IR5!I, at the
rotuuilain the Courc-hou,i, in the city of Ciuciuunti,
M izu'cl'irlt 31. ol .,11111 day, 1 will sell at piiouc auc
tion all tho followinK-descriiied reul eslale, viz:
1, Lots numbered seven (7j and eight (It) in jnnre
number three (3)of plat 1), Iu too subdivision of the
osteite of David K. Wndo, as recorded in Book No,
117, page 110, of the Kecords of Hamilton County,
Ohio, and fronting each twenty lire (U) feet on West
ern Canal or Plum-street, and running back the
same width one hundred and fifty-six feet threo
inches to Providence-street.
i. All those lots of laud situate in the city of Cin
cinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, nnd being num
bered nlnty (SWl.nlnotj-ono (91), .ninety-two (92) and
ninety-three (U.1), in siu:ire number four (4), ot the
subdivision of lots made by lli tcbklsf, Avory and
Oartir, recorded ln Book No. M, page 601, of the
RecordB of Hamilton County, Ohio, and each ol said
lots fronting twenty-seven (27) feet, making HW feet
In all. on the south sldo of Monroe-stri-ot.nnd ox
tnndingback on parnllul lines ninety (HO) loettoan
3. Also the follov. n,- situate in Cincinnati, for
merly in Millcrcek'Vownship, in section number
nineteen, (Hi) in Township number three (.1) in tbe
second fractional range In tho Miami Purchase. being
sixty-three (S3) feet and six inrhes in front on tho
northerly sideof tho Cincinnati and llarriison Turn
pike Road, and miming thence Dortberlyifour hun
dred feet, moro or less, to tho land of John Riddle,
sen., hounded on the eaat by nlot of groundconvoyed
by Bernard and wife to John llockney, November
U2, and on tho west by a lot nowor formerly belong
ing to Mark Atkins.
4. Also the following, situate in Cincinnati, Ham
ilton Comity, aud Stale of Ohio, and being lota num.
bereti twenty -tin -e u-i) anu twt-iiiy-ioiir.izi) in vruuo
A- Dudley's addition or subdivision of lots iu said
city, aa recorded in Book O'J, page 149, of the Hamil
ton County Records, said lots twenty-tliroo (23) and
twenty-four (211 being on the south side of Poplar
stroot,wcstof Western-row; being each twenty-five
Ci'i i feet in fronton tho south side of Poplar-street,
nnd running had; in parallellinessouth one-half the
distance from Poplar to Olivor-street.
It. Also, the following in ( iuciouati, commencing
nt a point on the south sldo of Clmk-strcot, one
hundred nnd twenly-three feet east of the south
east corner of Clark and Freenian-stroels; thence
south at right angles to Clark-atrent, two hundred
and one feet; theiiccin an easterly direction twenty
eight (38) feet; thence in a northerly direction and
parallel with said west line at right angles to Clark
Ht.reot, two hundred and one feet to Clark-street;
thence westerly on the south lino of Clark -street,
twenty-eight (28) feet to tho beginning: being
numbered thirty-nine (39) in G. W. Tucker's sub
diviHion of tho Cutter property, as recorded in hook
number Klsht () in tho division among the heirs
Setli Cutter, deceased.
fi. Also, tho following lot, situate Iu Uiiniilton
County, and being lot numbered thirty-nine on tbe
plat of subri vision ol Avondale, iu naid county,
recorded in Plat Book No. 1, pace of the records
J'itietoall tho above property goon; sale peremp
tory: terms cash; iieing tho sumo property conveyed
to the undcr-dgned by deed of trust from The Cincin
nati aad Chicago Railroad Company, July 1, Is.-I,
recorded In Book No. ail, page 23.
JOHN W. 11 K It ItOM. Trustee,
Collins & IIrhuon. Att'ji.ltsWalunt-st. anlohgt
TRUSTEE'S SALR. ON SATUR
DAY, the 21th day of September, IS.V), ntclevru
o'clock, A. 31., 1 will nil at public auction, at
rotunda nf tho Court-house, in Cincinnati, (If
sooner disposed of,) tho following-described real
state, vi;-,: ......
Two hundred and nfty-fivnM-lflti acres of land, sit
nato in the oonnty ol Calhoun, and State of Illinois
and being tho North-east Iruutional ! i of Section
Township K, S. Banco 3, V.,aud lot No. l.N.E. X
Section 3, Town , S. R. 2, W.
ALSO-Ono hundred and sixty acres in the county
of Cass, Btutool Illinois, ami being Hie North
of the North-west '( of Section IS, Town I,
It. in, W.. nnd the East hall" of South-east fourth
Section 17. Town 17, N. of R. II, W.
VT.Snnnfhmirirtdnn4 Iwentvucresill thocolinty
of Mason, and Slate oi Illinois, aud lioing the north
half el' South-west Ji ot Saotfon 1, and the North
east !iof tho bouth-eoot h of Section 1', Town
jj. f) yyt
"XliSO Onohnndred nnd twenty ncresin thoconiity
of Hamilton, aud State of Illinois, and being
South half of South eaat i of Section W.'iowu
3, 8. R. 7, K. and tho South-east ' ( of tho North
east ! of Section Town 4, S.ofB. 7, E.
A IiSO One hundred and sixty aci oa in th county
of Jasper, and State of Indiana, and being the South
west H of Soclon 1", Town 30, N. R. 7, W.
ALSO Eighty acres in the State of Iowa,
county of C.-rro (lordo, and being tho South half
the North-west fractional M of Sections, Town,
N. of Range W, W.
To he noid aa tho property of Benjamin T. Lewis
and Orvis JI. Moro, partner as Lewis It More,
the henolit of their creditors, pursuant to a com
mand of the Superior Ucurt of Cincinnati, iu ar
No. 3,813, wherein .1. R. Jaffiay.et.ul., arocoiuplalu
au ts and Lewis A 3Iore, et. el , aro dofemlants.
Tor hi of .alo -One-tirdof thepnrchasemoney
to be paid -;ish on delivery of deed one-third in
year, and one-third in two years, from t'.iodayof
salejdeferred payments to be secured by mortgngeou
tho promises. WM. 11. SUEPPUtD,
July lC-awll Trustee.
TCISPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES
ICJTHE SKIN, RHEUMATISM, DISEASES
WOtti-N, and sorh Chronic complaint:) ns maybe
b-'Uetlttcd by tho Hygjunlo and Atinorathio system
of hisofflcp. ' '
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Areonic, Morcury,
kish, ltnssiau and Electro-Chemical Baths, a
pensiry of Medicine, and every manner of Klectrlc
andJIagnello Apparatus. '
NO. 67 WKST SIXTH-STREET,
ft'smco Innrs 9 A, M. to 9 P. M. anlMft
TOINK WINES, BRANDIES, kc JOHN
i- HATKS has on hand an extensive stock of
Hlierry, Port, Maderla, Claret, Dhampagni and
. Wines. ANo, fine Urnndlo. Jamaica
Holland Gin and oilier Idunors, which he warrants
fineanilof the bst quality, for ,iale, National
ter Bnilding, 8;canii're-strect. sepia
AT REDUCED 1' RICES.
WE HAVE ON HAND TUB LARGEST
variety nnd best selected assortment of
Futures In Cincinnati, consisting of all that is
or dosirabla ln the Gas Fixture line. "
We warrant every Fixture we sell to be ecjnal.
In material and finish, to any that is sold in OMso
any other market, and in addition will jgnnrantr
them to retain their color and remain perfect fo-
years from the time thoy are put up by ns.
Call, see, and oxnnilue nurstock,
MonKNltr A CARSON.
Jy2!-cni 103 Main street, newr fourth.1
JOHN H. DETERS,
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER,
No. 511 West Fourth-sweet,
WISHES TO CALL THI? ESPECIAL
attention of gentlemen to his large stock
fall work, which Is now open for inspm'tioii,
received sonlo new stvlos UtiizliHli (vir-Lralfor.-f.
I and see them.
i I 1
' Advertisements not exoaedint Ave llnea (Acat.)'
One insertion ,......., , ......830 SB
Oaa i i r 1 ai
One iot)nthM,l.... "-...-.rr I 60
Larger advertisements JnMrted at the followlu
rates, for square of tea lines or leas :
Each additional Insertion.....
ANDERSON A HANNAFORD,ArcUltect,
g. W. eorner Tklrd and Sycamore stav
Jyl CINCINNATI, OHIO.
BHTWBKN FRONT AND SECOND, CINCIS NATI,
F. P. CAIIILL, Proprietor.",
TN ALL ITS BRANCH KS, NO.
fourth-street, between Main and Sycamore, Uu-
SM-Ke-blndlng in every style, ft) usic Book neat
ly and durably bound. 0. CROPPED-.
L lyW-am y . A i. ,
D. DE FOREST, c
Book Binder and Paper Ruler, :
Third story Times Buildlnu, will o all work in hi
line with neatm-sSHUd dispatch. jt?S-l
PCXLAN cfc vVILUAMSON,
(At the old stand of Pnilan, Hatfield A Drown,)
WHOLESALE GROCER ' '
No. SI WEST SECOND ST.,
Joseph vvllan, formerly of FuIIan, Uatfield & Brown
WM.B. WILIIAHSON. -. mr22-AOW
a.a.ruLLAti. szo.aATrmLB. t.s.beowh. a.sK.nrm
PULLAN, HATFIELD A BftOWN,.
AND AGENTS SOB
CINCINNATI STRAIN KUO AR REFINKRV
No. 66 Columbia (or Second) sircet.,
r BeflndSuKars and Sirups always on hand,
mria-AOi . . .
THOS. H. WEAbNER.
BUILDING lUHBEE, , LATH,
SHINGLES, ETC, ETC.,
31 Plum Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
. ' jy38-cm
' F M. MOORE,
N. It. COUNElt THIRD fc BACK 8TS.,
' 1 CIMJIH-IAtl, OHIO. ' I'
. ' Orders promptlyatten Jod ta . j ijji
BTK ITT REDO E & CO.
. . 134 MAIN 8TBKKT, CINCINNATI, 0. h
55 St. Charles street, New Orleans, La.,
Importers of Guns & S-portlns Apparntna,
' AKD DRALBRSIH OVT fOWPHR.1 ' "
. JOIIiV P. HARRISO.
ATTOBffEY-AT-LAV, and Commissioner
for Ohio and other Stales. Office. Bonth-ast
corner Jfifth aud Mudlsou-streetsCovington, Reii
liCHNbF.nT nvL. jameb waav.
Li. BYL & CO..
CLEANERS Oh" SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. 99 Sixth-street, between Vine and Race, iu
tba Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohidr Vcraoua who
may tavor us with their patronage,, can rely on punc
tuality and lowprlcos w-pl-ay
It WEST FOU11TII BTItEET.
DOOR PLATES, CAED CASES, . STATIONERY,
etc., 'etc, etc.
. P. 12 LI AS'
WATCII & JEWELRY HOUSE
18 West Fourth Street,
Where can be had every article appertaining to His
Business at a pinch loan price,' for CASB, tliau
has ever before been offered in this market.
GIVE US A CALL'
And see for yourselves.
J EWE L Ell,
No. 64 N. E. Cor. 1'lfihand Lodge streets, belwea
Walnut and Vine, Cinouinati. '
Agood assortmeutof SILVER and PLATE I) WAItll,
SPfcOTACLS, etc., kept constantly oa band.
Special attention given to CloanioK aud Repairing
Watches and Jewelry
B EGGS A; SMITH, No. Vt th St.
ABE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large aasortmont of Vatches, Jowdrj,
Silverware and Diamonds.
.: . . ALSO. -
A Sue assortment of Plated Tea Sets aud Outlet r
and Opera Glasses. 224
DR. M. ROGERS.
Of LONG EXPERIENCE IN THIS CITY,
Ollite, No. 84, Wcventh-Btreet ,
THIRD D0OBWK8T or VlMf,
,II!?nlL u L. . CINCINNATI .
c. noKHAi.r.. u. a. ami a
No. IS West Sixth-street.
. ' CINCINNATI v jjr-l-ira
.... J T AF T1 - - -
(Successor to Ruuwltou t Tafl.)
No. SO West Fourth St., bet. Wnlnnt c Vine
CINCINNATI, OHIO. .
jejM-ein . ' i
s. u. HiULiH. ;' ''. -TiT a. siiti."
Urs. flAMLGN fc SMITH,
!- 1 Wo. 3 Weit Fo"",ta ti"!i
Ofiloe No. 118 AV'est Fourth street, '
oiai jjjiji axi, uaai ,
H . S . WINSLOW.
NO. 151 6 YCA stOliE STUEKT, BELOW . FIFTH ,
jy29-cm . , . . . Okoisnati.
DR. J. WILSON'S Office, i W'sst Fourth
street, where he may be consulted daliy for all
Female Complaints, I.ntlamiuatroa of the Cervix,
Prolapsus literal, u!l displacements of the W omb,
Spinal and Corobral affections, and otber organic dis
eases common to females. The Doctor's long expe
rience aud recent discovery ln the treatment of the
above diseases, can not fall to give entire satisfaction.
The Doctor is ageut for a European Female monthly
Pill; price $1 aud two stamps. ault.3m
it. 8. rtu 10, jtJ. 0.
Office, , 80 West Seventh Street,
BI1WBIR VIltB AKD SAOt,
O. NEWTON. M. E).
0 Tries No. to West Seventh street, between Vine
and Bam. Residkncb-No. M Soventh street, bs
ween Wnlnnt and Vine. Orrioc flooiis VA to
P . M.; It to I'.W.i 7 t hp. M "m' ,u
rIKANKLIN TYPE AND 8THKE0TYPB
FOUUDiil, R. At.TlHON. Rnnerintanilent
Intlng lUMrtals of all kinds. IK Vtnestriwt If
Vtril'IAivi DISNEY, ATTORNEY
w w -
AT LAW, tillage Buildinga.So.cKMt Third-
1 ., ,i, sepe-ay
Fare, Still & Sparkling Wines,
Uas removed bis V INK CEI.LAlt to N. til UAU
MONUSTUJSJtl ay. Third, treot., , jyl,