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THE PENNY PRES8,
If printed and pnblbtadrlsily,(8undayi excepted,)!),
FEANCISCO & CALDWELL,
At No. 14' West Fourth Street,
SI del irend to subscriber in CINCINNATI, GOV.
OTONand NEWPORT, and in surrounding oitios,
mages and towns, at
SIX CENTS A WEEK,
payable to the carrier.
PHIC1? OF MAILING.,
Bugle Oople, 1 oti.j One Month, 40 oti.l Three
Monthw, i go; One Tear, 4 00. , .
AMUSEMENTS. ,!
"Wood's Theater
OOBiTEB SIXTH A TINS Sri., CINCINNATI.
Joh A. Eiulbb.Jb Sole Lessee and Manager.
Benefit, and last night but one of ,
The Star Sisters Helen and Lucille.
THIS (Friday) EVEN INC), Septraber 16, the per
formance will conclude) with the beautiful local
drama, in three act 8, entitled
LITTLE KATT;
Ob, The Hot-cobn Gibl.
Little Katy (with songi),........ ,.Mis Helon.
Jkugono Swlloy Mr. Langiion.
Coruoy Joe Mr. Adams.
Traverse Mr. flann.
Mrs: Medley ........ Mlaa Waita.
Wild Meg Mrs. Gilbert.
Tne performance will commence with
THJS FRENCH HPY. .. .
Mathilde de Mori. "I - 1
Henri St. Aline. T
Uaniet Carmauly, J
Sergeant Dubourg
Miss Lucille.
;.'..'..'.....Mr. Ellsler.
Mr. Laugdon.
Mr. Adams.
Miss Irving.
J'ony Bavaro..i., ,
Jlarie ,
jaouamniea
W" A yonngladyof a neighboring city willshorfly
make her nrst appearance on any stage.
HTDoors open at 7; Curtain rises at 7M o'clock.
Paicr.8 or AnsiUBioN-Dresa Circle and ParQiieUe,
OUcents; Gallery, 2jconts.
Willi free list.
riKE'S OPERA -HOUSE.
Chas, M. Habeas Manager.
FOR TH 18 WEEK ONLY.
MARSH TROUPE OF JUVENILIS COME
DIANS, Numbering forty talented performers.
Benefit of LITT LB OEOHGK MARSH, and last
night but one of thocolobratad Marsh Troupe.
THIS (Friday) EVENING, September Id, will In
presented the grand fairy extravaganza nf
TOUTUNIO AND HIrl SEVEN GIFTED BBRV
ANTS. After which, a Fas de Trios Masourka Inipariale,
by Annette, Charlotte and Annie.
To conclude with the comical pantomime of
MON8IKUB DESOIIALUMEAIJX.
BtrDoor open at 7X o'olock; perrormanoe to oom-
Phioct or Anmssioir.-Parquette Cirole, Paranette
and Balcony, soo.j Children tinder 10 years half price;
Gallery, 25. . , .
tf"OBlco opon from 10 to 4, where seats niay lie so
cured. , , J. F. HERBERT. Treasurer.
niTTTS'S 'PASORAHA
M 9 -OTiHs-
Hcw Testament nnd the Land of Pnlemlno
vv 111 be exuibi led every evening tor twi weeks at
THE MELODKON HALL,,
Commencing TUUKSDAY EVENINO, Sept. 22, and
on Wednesday and 8ntnrday afternoons.
Tickets 2S cents! Children under twelve years 13e.
Liberal arrangements mado with schools. ,eDl4awt
PALACE GARDEN.
Extra Attraction.
First wool of the engagement of ' '
M'LLE ESTELLC ESMOIE
FAMILIAKLY TERMED
"IiA BELLE DE PARIS,"
Acknowledged tho first in the profession, '
Also, the original ',, " .,'
PETE MORRIS
la engagod for ono wook moro. This la hii llaat np
' , pearance in the city.
Admission Only tO Centsj.
- aep!2tf
LARGEST MULE LI V IJTG.
TUB UNDERSIGNED Wilt EXHIBIT
at all the County f aim In Ohio and Indiana,
tho largest Mule known in the world,
lfM Hand iHali-WelBlm t.SOO l'ounds,
Five) Yenm uld.
Was raised hy Dr. M'Oann, of Fayette Cou'ity. Ky,
Will bo exhibited by
nu30-aml
Mil. W. I'llUBJ.',
THE OYSTER TRADR
C.S.MIl 'BY
DBALHB IN
OYSTERS.
thfm)' FRESH "CAN
WOYSTEllS.
COVE
WOYSTERS.
M Spiced Oysters,
gf-FWKCED OYSTERS
HE SUBSCRIBER 18 NOW RECE'IV-
INO DAILY, bv the Adam, lirnm... MVM.
BY'S world-renowned Baltimore
Fresh Can, Keg and Shell Oysters.
nmtEmF C0VE' 8PICED and
, tEOBEET ORE, Agent.,
epT-tf Depot, 11 West, Fifth-itreott.
OYSTERS! FRESH OYSTEB S
-L - : -At .
J 333 Wnlnut-.tirt.
' OINOTNNATT.
HAVE COMMENCED FOR THE S EA
- SON Ua-ial of J. B.MANN OO.'S, superior
raw fresh oysters. ' j . TODD,
. Wholesale and rota4I Agent for J. B, Mann A Co.
u).utr. iuuuu ii superior atyie at our usual in on.
erato obargos. au24-i'.f
MECIIArIC7 FAIR.
TLLD SMb-.KE-(30NSUM-M.
lNO-.CpAi.OOOVivn HTiivT.iTHK
ALLaGATOR,
S X SIZES.
Now beiM 'ei iibited. The largoat 'Amortment qf
lisiiruout in tue neawrn country.
For sale hy Tnvcutora andManufaetarera.
ABAMS & PECKOVER,
NOVELTY IHON FOUNDER.Y,
se-,tv"j j ' 333 Fon-'th-strtiet) noar Bmltb.-
HENRY DAVID. -
TsaJO' 278. MAIN STREET, BETWEEN
XX. SIXTH AND SEVENTH, Mnnnfajctorer and
Importer of Soaps, Perfunerjf and fancy Goods, has
lint received, per steamer,!, lot of Port Honuiaes,
Cigar Ciuks, Brushes. Comtus, Perfumery, Beef, ilar
row and Fancy (ood9 of all descriptions; also acorn
Sleteuatortment oi naniLuercniei uxiracn, wnion
e Is prtipitri to sell at a 11 gure lower than any other
ilealerln the city. Also, ruceived thlsdivy from New
York, alarge lot of David's Blue and Black Writing
and Marking Inks which the subscriber will be able
to eell at manufacturer' prices. Jobbers and re
tailers will please call in and examine before pur
chasing elsewhere. All kin dsof Extracts at twetity
tlve centa per bottle. Ileoio mber the place, 278 M aln
troet, between Sixth ami Snventh. lepe
SOUTIKiATti HOUSE,
South-east corner ef Sixth and Elm, Cincinnati, 0.
mflE SUBSCRIBER HAVING RENEWED
M- hto lease of tbe South igato House, and expended
a large amount of unney I o pointing, oarpotlng, and
TRfuruishinit it. hitroducii a Bathhur-rooins. water
closets, and orory possible convenience and luxury
through u 1. Invite, a contl Iniiiinnti nf the nubile eat-
ronaite. ' Ue feels confident; that the house will be
. .1 -.1.1. I,. ... I,. ,KHn..n.nKt. 1.. - lu.t.a
HWUU, WIUIIM IUI..7II. .It ipiV.CIUUUU,, 1V"
condition than when llrsti tpuned for the receptionof
guests, ins location oi tm i uotei is central ana con
vetiieiifc. ekliur for uu- tn visits or down-town
butiniiM.' Moals are regal, irly served at the table
d'hoto, or in private room),, and furnished at nil
bourn. . Tbe terms are 91 par day, and accommoda
tion, equal to any $1 SO per d ay bouse tn the city.
Tbe house will be kept op sn night and day, at all
hmirt. .UmnLbuM. wIllhAi.n Attendance to and from
the cart. Breakfast for early train. And for the
rest, the proprietor leaven hi a guest; to, spoalc for
KINGS. BURY,
Professor of the Gaii'ar and Flute.
-''''l'V...iu. nA ft..4I.M 'Wtaltlnff tn.
atructton en either or ttt.e aoove in
'strunienis, win reosive irompi i
the Music Stores of Mm. t '.Petsrt
fioni; John Church and Wm. U. Pt iten,
au34-am
JL
Mar.
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VOL. 2. NO. 23.
CINCINNATI, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER : 16; 1859.;;
1
"price one .cent.'"
Arrivals of Trains.
iNDunaroLii A Oiroinxaii 9:40 a. M.i S:J6 w. u.l
0:36 p. h.
Oinoinnati.Eamiltoii and Dattoh-T:4a. 10:47
A..i6:40P.ii.i 10:10 ..
Lima Mum-7;30 a.m.! 1:30 r. if.; 7:18 r. at.; 10:45
P. H. -i
Mabietta and Cincinnati- 10:20 a.m.; 9:18 1. .
Ohio and Misamsippi 7:14 A. m.:2:00P.h.;1O-i r,w
COVIUQTON AMU Lixinoton 10:a) A. M.; 7:09 p.m. .
Departures of Trains.
Indianapolis and Cincinnati 0:!SO a. m.: 12:00 m.:
6:00 p. h.
OiscmNATi, Hamilton and PATTOS-Tndlatiaoolls
and Cleveland, 6:00 a. m.; Sandusky Mail, 8:0U a.m.;
IiItth Miami Clevoland and Plttsbug, 8:00 a. m.;
uiutciouu, i-itiNiturKBiia ueiuiir,e:dOA.M.; uoiutn
bus Accommodntmn, 4:40 p. u.; Ulevelaud, l'ltta
burfiranu Hollnir. ii:.vip. w
Ohio and Mississippi St. Lonla, 9:00 A.M.; Lonls.
vllle, 2:00 p. a.; St. Louis, 8:30 p. M.
Pittsbubo, Colcribus and CraoiNNATi (Steubenvllle
onort umej cam xroni-street Depot 4:00 a.m.;
8:00 A. M.: 11:30 p. w. '
Olrveland, Oolumbvi and Oinoinnati EaBt Front
stret-f:00A. m.;8,30a.m.; U:30p.m.
Oinoinnatiand Mabibtta 8:1a.ii.;3:TOp. m.
Ubntbal Ohio From Eaat Fronttreet Dopot-8'JO
a.m.; 11:30p.m.
Covington and Lexington 6:25 a. m.; 2:30 r. m.
NEWS AND GOSSIP.
from reoont 09timatos it is nsncrtflined
that tbero are nearly 1,2U0 iron worki in tho
Union ; that theso produce annually about
850,000 tune of iron, tho value of whinh. in nn
ordinary year, is fifty millions of dollars.
ut tnis amount tno portion expended for
labor alone is $360,001). Tho amount of rolled
iron made in the United States is about 500,
000 tuns par annum. Of this, about 300,000
tuns are made east and 200,000 tuns west of
the Allogbeny mountains.
'SfMisa II. K. Clnpp, formerly of Ian-
sing, Alien., well known as a teacher, oas
boon among the Mormons, and has written
home hor experienco of tho Saints and
her observations upon their institutions.
Hor lottor is published in a Lansing paper,
and is very highly seasoned. Sho lushes
Brigham Young anil his system, and exposes
the frauds perpotrated by tho Government
agents in Utah. ( 1
3 There are in Massachuseets five Unita
rian clergymen who have been settled over their
eharges for upward of half a oentury, viz:
Kor. Josepn Kichnrdion, of HiDgham, settled
in 1806; Charles Lowell, D. D., of Boston, set
tled in 1807; Bev. Abraham Oushee, of Digh-
ton, settled in 1807; Charles Wellington, D. D.,
of Tompleton, settled in 1807; Samuel Willurd,
D. D., of Deerfield, who is eighty-four years of
ago. ,
The Bev. Thomas Dewitt. D. D., of
New York, has been spending two months at
tne Holland colony, a settlement of native
Hollanders, at Holland, Ottawa County, Michi
gan, founded under the auspices of the General
Synod of tbe Dutch Church. Tbe churches in
the Holland Colony nave received very liberal
aid from the Collegiate Church in Now York.
The Boston Traveller says of the sus
pension of the publishing house of Phillips,
Sampson & Co.: "The Coiii-wr, in noticing this
suspension, states that the 'Atlantic Monthly
load' was one of tbe causes of their embar
rassment. So far from this being true, we are
assured, on reliable authority, that tho Atlantic
has not only paid its expenses, but a very
handsome orofit over Its cost." ' .
SirThoruaa O. Kearney, a polioe officer in
New Orleans, died last week from an injury
rootiivod while diving. lie dived into tho
water only about five feet deep, and from an
elevation of some ten feet above the surface of
the water. lie was seen to go porpendicnlarly
down, with his foot straight up in the air, and
came up perfectly senseless and paralyzed.
fi9Second Lieutenant Charles J. Lyndc,
of the fifth rogiment of infantry, was recently
tried by oourt-mi.rtial in Utnn lor insulting
and striking Lieutenant Wharton, and for diso
bedience of orders. " lie was found guilty and
sentenced to be dismissed from the army. The
President has approved the sentence.
"Mr. GerritSmlth, the Peterboro' philan
thropist, pays for all the articles, letters and
sermons which he causes to be printed in the
papers. With him it is a direot matter of busi
ness. ' It would be well .if many others who
ask the "favor of space" copied his example.
BThero was lately on exhibition at Sid
ney, Australia, a set of horso-shoes made of
native gold, weighing twenty-fottr ounces, and
worth about five hundred dollars. They were
made for a pony in New South Wales.
jrfl-It is authoritatively stated thnt the
amount of money remitted home by Irishmen
resident in America, the last year, for the pur
pose of assisting their friends to emigrate, was
$2,360,000. The ten preceding years the
amount remitted, was $49,680,000,
0-The Scandinavians in Chicago pro
pose to establish two Norso newspapers in
that oity one-to lie printed in, the Swedish
language and the other in Norwegian. One
association of "proprietors is to control both
establishments.
39 A new steam fire engine was exhibited
at' Boston on Monday. It tvoighs only two
thousand four hundred pounds, and can bo
drawn by one horse. The machine will force
an, inch and a quarter stream two hundred
feot horizontally.
eSTho tax lovy of New York for the noxt
fiscal year" is $8,860,0(10, a tolerably largo sum
for bad municipal government. Tho rate is
1 70 21-100.i.on the $100, the valuation of
property being $551,923,100.
2gf"Ten Broock writes from England to n
C. T !H Vf w r. U : a 4Vnf Vila winninn, in PnfV-
lnnd this vear tniipcd $440,000 1 to eain
which be risked but $20,000. Think of that,
hewors of wood and drawers of water.
Bf" Very pretty Geneva watches are sold
in Paris this Boason in the form of a heart, in
that of a tulip, or representing a shell, on
which are admirably painted views oi oe
neva, or pastoral scenes. .
sSTho annual income of Mr. William
McDonalds the owner of Flora Temple, is
said to bo $80,000. He resides in Baltimore.
B8 James B. McDowell, a prominent oitl-
sen of Vicksburg, Miss., died at the Virginia
White Sulphur Springs on the zotn ult.
rfThe losses bv the treat fire at Halifax
on Friday night will amount in the aggregate
to about a million oi aoiiare.
Impbovbmcrts at Mount Vbekos. We
learn from the. Mount Vernon Record that the
work of Duttina: Mount Vernon in good con-
dition has been fairlv begun. Since the first
of July workmen, under the superintendence
of a competent gentleman, have been busily
engaged in repairing out-houses, tracing and
oleaning npthe old and almost forgotten paths,
and fortifving in some measure the sacred
spot againBt the ravages of decay. , The Uncord
also states that $15,000 of the fourth and last
installment for the purchase of Mount Vernon
has already been' paia to rar. wasmngtoo
leaving only about $30,000 to be paid to com
plete tbe purooase. .
. i ' mam
,
Oabds. Playing cards are said to have been
Invented a out the close of the fourteenth cen
tury by a Parisian painter for the amusement
of tho French King, Charles VI, in his lucid
intervals. They were very rjitterent in appear
ance and nrice then from what tbey now are,
They were gilded, Bnd the figures painted
Illuminated. The inventor, Grlngoneur, sold
them at tyAfem thillinp and tight pence Jr
Vigilance Committee in Vicksburg.
The Nashville Patriot contains the following
statement: ,
Vicksburg, Miss., must be a desperate place.
A letter from that plaoe, received yesterday by
a gentleman of this city, says: "Last Tuesday
morning J. T. Head, without any provocation
whatever, shot and mortally wounded a yoaog
man by the name of Wells, a printer by trade.
Wells is still alive, but his physicians say he
cannot recover. Head was to have been tried
Wore the Committing Court yesterday, but the
case was continued, to see whether or not the
boy dies. He is about eighteen years of age.
I do not think tbe court will ever be troubled
with this case; for there were seventy citiiens
presort, who wero pledged t" each other to
take Head into custody as joon as he was
brought outside of the prison walls, and to
hang him without further ceremony. Their
rope was prepared and the limb on which he
was to hang selected. They still intend to
bang him. This is the fourth murder Head
has committed.
"This is cot all: when a citizen retires at
night, he places his gun,- repeater or knife
aoout mm, to protect himself and family from
the assassinations of robbers, burglars, ice.,
who are overrunning the city. There have
been twenty-five or thirty homes broken open
and robbed within the last few weeks. The
plaoe scorns to be filled with desperate villains.
'vigilance committee' nas been formed
their patrols appointed, who are constantly on
duty. The committee gave notico .in the morn
ing's Sun, for all persons who could not give a
good account of themselves to leave the place,
within three days, or abide the consequences.
Whoever walks tbe streets at night is saluted
with the word 'halt,' on every oorner, and if
the command is not obeyed, it is enforced by
the presentation of a double-barrel gun or a
Colt's repeater. I hope the desired result may
be effected." .
A Tale of Blood—A Woman Murders
her Husband Son and Commits
Suicide.
A fearful tragedy occurred last Sundav at a
lonely farm-house about three miles from Ver
sailles, Ripley County, Indiana. The premises
wero occupied by a farmer named John Wind
sor, his wife and a son, the latter aged fourteen
years. It teems that the man and woman
livod unhappily together, and their frerjuent
violent altercations were a subjeotof oomment
to the nei rhborbood. Upon the afternoon ef
unday their dauzhtor, who had been UDOn a
visit to a neighboring acquaintance, with whom
she remained several days, returned home, and
entering the house, was paralysed by a sight of
sueh intense horror as almost to deprive her of
reason. Extended upon the floor, weltoring in
their blood, lay tho bodies of her parents and
her brother. The man was lying upon his face
near tho hearth, with his head nearly severed
from the shoulders; tho body of the boy lay in
another part of the room, with several murder
ous outs in his boad, and closo by the bloody
weapon, a sharp ax, with whioh this double
deed of horror had been consummated. In the
kitchen adjoining was the body of the wretched
woman, her throat severed from ear to ear,
and a4 large butcher-knife, with which she had
taken her life, still clasped in her hand. -
it is conjectured taat while tne husband was
in the act of kindling a fire upon the hearth,
his wife seised the ax and doalt him the fatal
blow, which nearly severed the head from the
body, and then turning upon her son, who,
trom being in nis night clothes, baa evidently
in alarm just arisen from bis bed, shedispatohod
him with the same weapon, nfter which she
rushed into the next apartment and oonoluded
too tragedy by the sacrifice of her own life.
The poor girl, who is the sole survivor of the
ill-fated family, has received so severe a shock
from the horrid scone whioh wsb so unexpectedly
revealed to her, that she has ever since been
bordering upon insanity. ........
Can Iron and Steel Plates Resist Shot?
A series of experimental trials have been
carried on during the past fortnight nt Ports
mouth, with a view of ascertaining tho
amount of resistance offered by Iron and
steel plates of various manufactures when
opposed to heavy ordnance nt a short rnngo".
TUe trials aro understood to navo relerenoe
to the' fitturo coating of the steam ram now
in progross of coustruntiuu. The practice
has been carried on from the Stork gun
boat tender to Hor Majesty's ship Excellent,
gunnery ship in Portsmouth harbor, both
from a 32-pounder and a 95-cwt. gun, the
latter throwing a solid 68-pound shot, with
16-pound chnrgo of powder; the distance of
range 200 yards. At this distance the results
of tbe experiments bavo demonstrated in the
clearest possiblo manner that no' iron or steel
pinto mat nas yet Deon mnnutactured can
withstand tho solid shot from tho 95-cwt.
gun at a short range. The first shot would not
penetrate through the iron pinto, but it would
fracturo it, and on throe or four striking the
pinto in tue same place, or in tno immediate
neighborhood, it would be smashed to pieces.
As the results oi tuo trial allccted tho steel
tilatos. it nroved that a steel-clothed shin
could bo far moro easily destroyed than a
wooqen-stded one, and that on tue smashing
in of one of the steel plates the destruction
of life on tho armed ship's decks, supposing
tno broken piate to De driven tnrougn the
ship's side, would bo something dreadful to
contemplate, from the splintered material.
At from uu to uu yards iron-clothed snips
would bo m comparative safety rrom tne el-
led ot an enemy's broadside, but it niUBt be
borne in mind that the effects of eonoontratad
firine have yet to bo ascertained on the sides
of an iron or steel-clothed. ship; an account
also must be taken of tho damage the wood
work forming the inner side of such a ship
would receive from the driving in et the
broken nlates. and which, ns far as the xiros-
ent experiments nave illustrated, would ap
pear to prove, tnai an iron or sieei-ciaa snip,
on receiving a concentrated broadside from a
frigate, armed in a similar tnannet to tne
Meraey, and.struck neat her water-line, mnaf
sink tnen and tnere witn ner armor on ner
Liverpool Post.
The Balloon Ascension at Paris, Ky.
Aooording to tbe description given to us, tho
balloon ascension at Paris, Kentucky, on Sat
urday night, was unique and of thrillirjg in
terest. - Frofesaor Wilson seoured eight hun
dred yards of ten-cent cotton, made a balloon,
and there not being gas in the blue-grass re
gion, a pit was dug, sheet-iron trench in
serted, wood fired therein, the balloon sus
pended over it by oord from the bridge on en
side, and pole on the other, the .balloon was
Inflated by " calorio" Pknnv Prkss power
and when all parts wore rounded out hand
somely, the Professor out loose, be hanging to
the basket swung underneath the bridge was
cleared, and amid Kentucky shouts, ' the
balloon went up, and landed some two miles
from place of starting, breaking a limb of
tree in landing.,. The Professor, landed safely
and was coolly rolling up the ten-cent cotton
when tho farmer near came to his assistance
and brought htln to town, where he was toasted
and his purse well ailed. ...
As Old Lady. A friend informs the editor
of the Fayottevllle 06iemer that Mrs. Martha
Reynolds, now living near Tullahms, Coffee
County, Tennessee, is one hundred and'
eighteen years of ago.- Her son, Jaoob Rey
nolds, who died about two years ago, was i
government pensioner, having been wounded
in the Revolutionary WarJ The old lady is
still enjoying good health. .
2rGeneral Wm. AValkor arrived at New
Orleans on the 5th Inst.
1 a-J'au,n i "onuthk Brars The fact that
an unusually j,rge " number of bean bare
made their appearance In many sections of
Virginia and Pennsylvania this season has
heretofore been referred to. The Rockingham
(Va.) Jieyittcr says:
There Is said . to be little or no mast in the
mountains this season The consequence is
that boars are becoming exceedingly troublo
some in the settlements. They have como
down from their retreats in the mountains, and
are playing sad havoo with corn-fields, cattle
and sheop. ; Mr. Senger, living near Mole
Hill, in this county, had several cattle killed
by the animals, near the Riohlands, a few
days ago. . Mr. John Miller, Hying near Hoo
ver's Mill, on the 'South Fork, in Pendleton
County, also bad a number of sheep about
half his Hook killed in the same way, a short
time sinoe. ; They are. also ' destroying ' the
corn-Golds within their range. The fields of
Messrs. David Gladwell and Peachy Gordon,
three or four miles from Rawley Springs, show
marks of the teeth of the half-starved bears
coming down into the settlements. ; ,
' TBI AtJBORAi BORBAMS AS SBBN OH TBI
OcuAN. Captain Uraon, of the bark Pride of
the Sea, which left Zazs, Cuba, on the 23d of
August, and arrived itt New York on Saturday,
furnishes the following description of the
Northern Light of Friday, September 2, as
witnessed by him on the Atlantic, in latitude
28:30 North, and longitude 79:30 East :
At twenty-five minutes to one in the morn
ing a bright spot or cloud appeared in the
north-west, whioh shot up rays resembling the
Aurora at tho north in winter, and in thirty or
forty minutes formed an arch across the hori
zon, from north-west ,to north-east, which
became lighter as it arose, aud at one o'olock
and fifteen minutes it was light enongh to read
the smallest print without a light. At the time
the horizon was cloudy, and overhead was very
clear, the larger stars being just Been. The
arch pasted over to the southward at two
o'olock and fifteen minutes, when it became
dark again.' i 5l ,; ,
0f Bill Lloyd, Co notorious libertine,
who ran away with Mrs. Shaw, of Louisville,
is now in jail at Chicago, Illinois. After en
joying the honeymoon he left. her, saying that
sho was a rather expensive piece of crinoline to
suit the state of his exchequer. The Louisville
Democrat says; ' ' .
' "He took with him, our informant states, a
diamond breastpin, bolonging to Mrs. Shaw, a
gift from her husband. Incensed at this, she
pursued him to Chicago, and had him arrested.
He is now in jail awaiting the sppoaranco nf
the husband to prosecute the case. While it
is very proper that Lloyd and Mrs. bhaw
should pay the penalty of the law, it is to be
hoped that the husband will give himself no
further oondern about then, than to see that
justice be done, and that is what tho fugitivos
most fear." u . . .
A NOBLI MOTHRR NARROW ESCAFR. AS
the morning train from this plaoo to Chicago
came near Rock River bridge, on Monday last,
the engineer, Robert Waugh, discovered a little
girl at play on the traok. . Ho sounded tho
wbisilo at its highust, ohaifiMt now, and used
every possible effort to stop the train. The
little child kept moving along tho track, ap
parently frightened by the whistle, but did
not leave tho truck. The mother of tho child,
who lived in a house nearthe bridge, seeing ber
child in danger, made a spring to save her,
nnd ruahiDg in front of the engino, caught her
child and foil over tho opposite niilo. Tho en
gine brushed her clothes as she fell, and passed
on a short distance before it could be stopped.
Tho conductor, Captain Phillips, ran to the
place and found the mother had fainted, but
both mother and child wore saved. He took
the child in bis arms, and restoratives being
used, the mother soon revivod. Who can toll
the joy of that mother to kuow her child was
saved ? Had she hesitated a moment, or have
been only a second later, both mother and child
must have been crushed bonoath the wheels of
the engine. We did not learnt her name, bat
whoever she is, she is a brave and heroic wo
Rock Island (Ill.) Argus.
Kansas. A letter in an Eastern paper
says: "The future of Kansas is still bright.
It will bea large State one-third larger than
ail New England, as large as Maryland and
Virginia, larger than Pennsylvania and In
diana together, nearly one-third larger than
Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Iowa, Michigan,
Wisconsin, or New York. It . is the garden
of the Republic, and bears a long andinti-
mateacqiigimanccreinariMtDiyweii. farmers
of New Englandl come out to Kansas and
look for yourselves. There is still room for
those who wish to holp us build up a new
Stale. It is an agricultural country that wo
expect to rival, if not excel, all the States.
Wo have given up tbe mining region to the
Jofl'ersonians, who have .already inaugurated
a government of their own, and do not wish
to ho ve any part or lot with Eastern Kansas.
With one-half the labor required to work a
farm in New Hampshire, a man cutn livo on
one hundred and sixty acres in Kansas, nnd
feel as rich as a kincr. It is the last of the
good lands of the West, so men say that have
traveled over Oregon, 'Washington and the
plains furthor south."
Anotmir Lady Teacher Sivindlko. A man
calling himself Bruce, but whose real name fs
AlcAipine, was committed tn the Tombs in new
York on Saturday last, clinrgcd with grand
larceny. He advortised for a schoolmistress,
and the girl who answered it lost hor baggage,
watch and jewelry while w ith him. lie took
a ring from her finger by iorco. MoAlpine is
an old offender, and hag been onee in the
State's prison. Some time sgo ho swindled
gun manufacturer out or $ by representing
himself as the agent of the British Government,
authorized to contract for $290,000 worth of
rides, ixo. He once attompted to swindlo tee
Vanderbilt Steamship Company out of $3,000
by compelling, by threats and promises,
woman to swear to the loss of baggage on the
passage from California. - He deserted his wife
and family three or foiur year since.
Parisian. The Paris JuWtcur' dV Artt
says: "A roniantio marriage nas just taken
place. At the Theater da Palais Royal, abont
a year ago, was a young actress, only seven
teen years of age, and remarkably handsome;
but in spite of her youtb and beauty, her sac
cess was not great. A wealthy Moldavian,
who bad shortly before lost his wife, and who
had come to Paris to dissipate his sorrow, saw
hor, and was exceedingly struck to find that
she exactly resembled the departed. He re
turned several times to the theater, and bo
came fascinated with her. At length he sought
out her parents, requested permission to be
come a suitor for her hand, and was accepted;
and a few days back, by lawful marriage, be
gave nor nis name and tortane,tbe latter consist
ing of sixty thousand francs a vear. The Mol
davian is named Sterian the vonngladvis
daughter Of M. Panier, responsible editor
the unartvart.
29Tbe Hendrioka County, Ind., people are
going to have a hew feature in their fair this
fall,. . Borne Citizens of tbe northern part of that
county are going to exhibit a fast trotting bull
id harness, and challenge competition, ottering
a premium oi twenty-are aonara to tbe winner.
This is not a part of the Agricultural Society's
programme, but is got up by private citizens,
tnougn it ii io taie piace at tne lair.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
Noon Dispatches.
From Leavenworth.
LEAVENWORTH, September 15.
.
Counter proclamations have been Issued by
the Board of State Canvassers, authorized by
the late Constitutional Convention, and Walsh,
tbe Territorial Secretary, . in regard to 'tho re
ception of returns on the vote for the constitu
tion. - ' '" ' ; ' ' ' i'.i i!i-: .' !
The Board claims the authority of the con
stitution supremo, and Walsh r characterises
their proceedings as illegal, c Under the Le
compton Constitution the returns were directed
to John Calhoun. - 1 :- . r
Vermont State Fair.
BURLINGTON, VT., September 15.
The Vermont State Fair attracts a largo
gathering. The show of horses, cattle and
Bheep is good, but the mechanioal and floral
display is not large.
A fine exhibition of Howe's Scales attracts
great attention. - i ;i i . ,. t ,,
Governor Banks, of Massaohuietts,-will de
liver an address to-morrow., ,
Democratic State Convention.
WORCESTER, MASS., September 15.
A caucus of tbe delegates to the State Demo
cratic Convention, to inoet to-day, was held
lost night. The convention appears to be
strongly in favor of Douglas, and will proba
bly elect Douglas delegates to Charleston.'
River News.
PITTSBURG, September 15—M.
1 River eleven inohes at Glasshouse Ripple,
and falling. Weather clear and cool.
LEGAL NOTICES.
. -., . ..
FTIRUSTEE'S SALE. ON MONDAY,
M. tho 19tlr day of September, A. D, ISSy, at the
rotunda In tlieCotirt-house,in tbeclty of Cincinnati,
at 12 o'clock M. of said day, I will sell at public auc
tion all the following-described real estate, viz:
1. Lots numberen sewn (t) and elsht iK'i In aonare
number throe (3) of plat B, In -the stibdlvisinn of the
1 uerei
(3) ol
eatateof David E. Wailo, ns recorded in Book No.
IK. jm HIT, ,11 tllv Jll-I.UIUK 1)1 EinillliLUU VUlllltJ,
Ohio, aud fronting each tweaty Ave (241 feot on West
crn Oanal or I'lum-street, and running back the
tuino width one hundred anil fifty-six feet three
lucnoa 10 rroviuonce-strcct.
2. All those lots of land situate tn the city of Cln
clnnatl, Hamilton Couuty, Ohio, anil being num
bered ulnty (90). ninety-one (91), nluety-two (93) and
ninety-three (93), iu square uuiubiT four (4), oi tbe
sabdivisiou of lots made by Hotclilciss, Atery and
Carttr. recorded in Rook No. 69, page 601, of the
Records of Hamilton County, Ohio, and each of said
lots flouting twenty-seven (27) feet, making 108 feot
in all, on the south side of Monroe-atreet, and ex
tending back ou parallel lines uinoty (90) foot to an
alloy.
3. Also the following, situate In Olncinnatl, for
merly in MillcriM'k Township, in section ntimhor
nineteen, (19) in Township number three (3)iutbe
second fractional raugo in tho Miami Purchase.lielng
sixty-three (6.1) feet and six inches In front ort the
northerly side b( the Cincinnati and Harrison Turn
pike Koud, and running thence northerlytfour Inm-.
dred.feot, more or loss, to the laud of John Kiddle,
sen., bounded on the east by alotofgronndeonreyod
by Bernard and wife to John Hocknuy, Novotnher3,
1812, ami ou the west by a lot noworformorly belong
ing to Mark Atkins. , .
4. Also the following, situate In Cincinnati, Tlnm
llton County, and Stare of Ohio, and being lota num
bered twenty-three (23) and twenty-fonr,(24)in Wado
A Dudley's addition or subdivision of lots in said
oity, as recorded in Hook 99, page 149, of the Uumil
ton County ltccords, B11IJ lot twouty-three (231 ami
twonty-iour (zi 1 oeinc on iiiosoiimi sine 01 ropiar-
street, west of Western-row; being eai li twenty-five
(,2m 1'ix'Hn front 011 tin- south Blile of Pnplnr-streot.
and running buck iu puralielllnesaoutu one-half the
distance from Poplar to Uliver-ntret.
0, Also, tlio following in Cincinnati, commencing
at a point on the south side of ClarK-etrnet, one
hundred nnd twenty-tlirao feet east of tho south
east corner of Clark noil Kreonian-Mtroets; thence
south nt right anglos to Clnrk-strwt, two hundred
and one feet; thence in an ensterly direction twenty
eight CM) feet; theiico in a northerly direction and
parallel with said west lino at right angles to Clark
alreet, two liuuilred anil one fuet tn Olark-streot;
thence westerly on the inn 111 lino of Olark-street,
twoiity-elglit (2l) foot to the beginning: being lot
numbered thirty-nine (39) In O. W. Tnrkxr's sub
division of the Cutter property, as recorded in book
number Klght (K) In tho division among the heirs of
$eth t'uttor, deceased.
6. Also, the following lot, situate lu Hamilton
Comity, and being lot numbered thlrty-riiu4 011 tbe
plat of subdivision of Avondale, lueaid county, as
recorded in Plat Book N 0. 1, page of tbe records of
said cmtn'y. . .
Titlotoall the above property good; sale peremp
tory; tcrmaicAHlii being the same property Conveyed
to the undersigned by dwd of trust from The Cincin
nati nuil Cliicugo liallroad Company, July 1, WM,
recorded In Book No. 2iM. page 283; . :
.
JOHN w. u HURON, Trustee,-UoixiNsi
Uerron, Att'ja, 118 Walimt-st. aiilltbgt '
of
DR. MAJM'JL S1LS11EE
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
TI1K SKIM, RIIKUM ATI3H, DISKABES OP
WOBI UN, and such Chronic complaints aa maybe
benefitted by the Iiygyonio and Atmopathio system
6f his office. , '
Vapor, Sulphur, Idillrie, Arsonlc, Mercury, Tur
kish, Russian and Klectro-Chemical Baths, a Dis
ponsary of Medicine, and every manner of Electrio
and Magnetic Apparatus. " .i r .
NO. 67 WEST BIXTJi-STItKIT. .
BSsTOBce heurs9A.H.to5P.M.'; anio-tfr
FINE WINES, BRANDIES, Sec. JOHN
BATES lms on haod sn extensive stock of fine
Bliarry, Port, Maderia, Clsret, Champagne end Oa
tawba Wlnei. AIho, fi no Braiidieo, Jamaica Kum,
Holland Oln and other Liquors, which he warrants
fine nml of the best qnality. For eale, National Thoa.
tor Building, Sycamore-street.,.. . , . sepia .
Gas Fixtures,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
Wit HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST
variety and best selected assortment of Oas
Fixtures In Cincinnati, consiitlna of all that la new
or desirable lu the Oas Fixture line.
. we warraiit ovory e ixture we soil to Be eqnai, hetn
In matorial and finish, to any thnt is sold in thia o
any other market, aud in addition will guaraut'A
tberu to rotain their color and reiuain perfect for five
yoars f ro m the ti me tboV am put up by tu .
1Bll, see, auu nuuiine our Btoca, '
,, , McHKimtr ACAK80H.
jy21-cm 162 Main street, near Fourth.
JOHN H. DETERS.
" FASHIONABLE 1
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER,
" " No. 03 West Foui'th-ahrcet,
WISHES TO CALL THE ESPECIAL
attention of gentlemen to his large stock of
fall work, which Is now open for inspection. Just
Tecoived some new styles English Over-gaiters.' Call
and see ibem. . . , sep3
ti'
NOTIOB
KST GENTLEMEN WHO COVLD WOT
obtain our new style of Bat on 8atnrday are informed
that we bare increased our facilities for manufactur
ing, and shall have a constant supply of this elogant
Dress Hat always on hand-tho " Ne Pine Ultra "
the season, f , - '
J. O. TOWERS & CO.,
FASHIONABLE HATTERS,
No. 149 Main-street,
oks doob below fourth. . '
- sepl3-aw
v.sAaaiNus b. , a. v. sabbunib.
BARRLVGER &
Manufacturers Of
CO.,
The Celebrated Patent Combined
COOKING STOVES.
For WOOD or COAL. The most convenient, eco
nomical and duralilaUeoking Stpvejver invented,
for Steamboata. Eotels. Koslilfranta and Private
Hnness. Cooking aud boiling water for wash and
bath rooms, In large
in anv idioiainff
apartment by the suae hre.
Warerooms 21 Mala St., Cincinnati.
VBlgbtttomArafactnreandsell these STOVES
may be secured on application to the proprietors,
their warerooins. . . ep7
EIRANKLIN TYPE AN-D STSRKOTYPB
roUWDBV, U, ALLISON, Huperiatondent.-.
ntlnyierials of all kinds, m Vine street,
BATESOF ADVERTISING
, I rmcVTbT"
i.
rmmtrm-r,.
On K(t..i......,.?u""' , gil
TWO " ..i.. ,
One montii....
. 1 mi
,1 M
.2 60
Ajrger aivvriisen,,. .,.
rates, tor agiuareoitn)-' uia louowiu
One Insertion -..i
Each additional inM-i
One wt'ek..L.......,n......Jr
two. m1...
Three" 71......
unemoiitni.,
10 Aft
, s
immmmwamamwmmmmmm-.......... s 0
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EZISHCARDST
A NDE
eater Building, ""'ircimect,
or ner Third iv
OIK"? .,
Madiso 1 i." JonWf-
. - j . WAIN . I'ttB uct
Bwin( WONT a atf mcmiUTI
1
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Hook Bin'
Kg
tstnt A t.t. tts T.i Aicrirca
m -" - , . 1
JL Fourth-street, between Main and 1?
EAST
cinnati. ! ......... . toie, r,.
MTHe-blndlng in every style. 11 ml
ly and durably bound. O. V' ''"at
D. DE FOREST,
Hinder and Paper
Hook
wV .
V III
Third stoty Times Building, will do all
line with
eatness end dispatch.
HiAN" fe WILLIAMSOV
. (At that old stand ef Fnllan, Hattleld A Bi
VV HOLES ALE GROCER a
Ho.M WAST 8ECONDST.,
. ' ' ewcivxav-
jesiru rttiXAH, formerly of Fullan, Batflnld 4 lit,
WS.l.W UUSWS. ir21'-A',
THOS. H. WEASNJEB
j DtALsam AixaiBLsor
BTTILDINGr LUMBER, IATE
1 8HINOLI3, ETC., ETC.,
SrllvUns Rtreet, Clnclnnntl, Ohio.
i o , jyaSrfim
v itt Mnnnw
- I JL' . A.VJL s IAAl.iU-
An0HIT330T,
W. B. I'OttNKtt TH1ED RACE aJTM.,
,., J OIIOINSAT1, OHIO.
Order J oromptly atteaded to. , ml
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
134 MAIN 8TRETCT, CINOINNATt, O.
. KITREDGE & FOLSOM,
85 St. Charlee street, New Orleans, La.,
Importers of Gens k Sporting Appurntos,
I AND BKALKBS t ODST POWDXB.
JOHN P If ARUISOiV.
A TTORNEY-AT-LAW, and Comioissioner
J. for Ohio and other States. Office, : South-east
corner Fifth aud Jladleon-atroets, Covington, Ken
lucky, i aulVaru'
tlBNDEBT DYL. ' JAMBS MBBr.
L. BYL & CO..
CLEANERS OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. 99 Sixth-street, b.etwcca Vine and i'.ace, In
the Hedlcal College, Clutiuiiati, Ohio. Persons who
may favor us with their patronage, can rel) on punc
tuallty'and low prices. '-'"".1L
EN Q RAVING,
14 WEST W)CRTH STREET. '
DOOR PLATES, CAKD CASKS, STATIOitBRx,
I .' etc., . - etc., etc
RSONA
Maudli
fUW.t
Jyi ' - I
JEWELRY.
H..P.
Now
EJMAS'
"Wtolesale
WATCH & JEWELRY HOME
16 West Fourth Street,
Whore can be had every article appertaining to the
Bnsiness at a mac leaa price. Air oabu, than
ha ever before neon offered in this markot.
GIVE US A CALL
And see for yourselves. 1 ap.U
WM.. WH I TAKER
'" JEWEIiKB,
No. 643ft H. F. Cor. Firth and Lodge streets, hetwo .
, Wtinut and Vine, Cincinnati.
Agod aosortioontof SI LVERaad l'LATKD WARA,
BPklCTAULS, ctc.Jippt constantly ou hand.
Bpeciil attention given toOloaning and Repairing
Watches and Jewelry. "'VlO
BEf.S it SMITH, No. C West 4Ub Ht.
ARE HOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watches, Jewelry,
BUverware and Diamonds. '
A fine oasortrnent of Plated Tea Seta and Out lei y
aud Opera O lasses. 234
DENTAL CARDS.
t
DR. M. ROGEHS.
E3 KF TI JS 3?t
Of hum EXPEB1RNCB IN TUIS CITY, .
Oilice, No. 84, He vent h-street,
: IHIBD DOOB WKSI OF VINS,
anl8-amt ' CINCINNATI.
, BON8ALI..
BON SAL L
n. a. svitu
SMITH,
DENTISTS, -
P4e. IIS West Sixth. air eot,
.. CINCINNATI. M)l-0io'
J. TAFT. ; '
(Buoeessor to Snowlton A Taft.)
DENTIST,
No. fXJWest Fourth St., bet. Walnut tic Vine 1
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
24-cm
, L. HAHLIB.
Drs. UAMLEN
H. II STI
SMITH,
3DENTISTB,
Wo, a Went fourth SL
m
DR. S.
33 1ST
WARDLE,
x
Office No. 138 West Fourth street.
OINOINNATI, cum .
HVS. WIN SLOW,
NO. 131 SVCAMOIIE STREET, BELOW H'ltTH,
iy29-cm' -' - ..., 'i (..,.. ClvoiKhATi ..
MEDICAL CARDS
of
at
tf
---i HIE DI CA L.
DR. J. WILSON'S Office, 6S West t'oiirtli--street,
wiicro he may lie consulted duiiy for all
Female Complaints, lnilammatiiin of the Orvix, :
Prolapsus lite ret, all. displacements of the M'oiub,
Spinal and Cerebral affections, aud other organic dls-''
easoa eonimon tofeiualea. ;Tbe Doctor's lougexte-
rience and recent discovery in the treatment of 1 lie
above disuaeos,annnot fail. to give en tire aatlsthcilon. j
The Doctor is agent for a European Fumule monthly
Pill', price el and two stamps. ' aul64m
R. 8. NtTVTOJt, M. 1).
. I.J ::,i J t . t A A .It '
Office, 90 West Seventh Street,
iirwrnr VII ASD IAO -
O. E. NEWTON, M.
Omot-Do. 90 West Seventh street. h.,v.xn V in 1
nd Baoe. BtsiDBNCC No. S3 Seventh street, U-.
wten Walnut and Vine. Omct 11ocbh-7V to '
P.Hjltolir.M.!ltisf M . .
mmriM.iAM disney, attobney
w
AT LAW, Chase Buildings, No. bKaitThird-
treet.
sep.'-ay
Fine, Still & Sparkling; Wines,
jAME8ESUELBy.
Has remoTed his WINE CELLAR to No. 16 HAAI.
MOND STREET above Thlid street. JyH
. A. C. STULB, , ,
ATLANTIC CABLE RESTAURANT AND
WINE AND LAUER BEER UAXOO-N, So.
714 Weitorn-row, Cincinnati, Ohio. '
My bar is at all times supplied with choice
Liquors and Cigars, : ..." e -'.' :v sesaaoi

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