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THE PENNY PRESS,
b printed and t nbllahed tUr. (Sunday excepted,) bf
FRANCISCO & CALDWELL,
At Ifo. 14 Wt Fourth Street,
and delivered to rabserlber In CINCINNATI, OOV.
INQTON ud KIWPOBT.andln lurronndlng cltle,
village and towm, at
SIX"CENT3 A WEEK,1 '
fsjabl to the oarrlor.
"" price of mailing.
81nU Ooptes, t ott. One Month, 40 cuj.; Tan
, Month., SI 00; On Year, 14 00.
AMUSEMENTS.,
'Wood's Theater
OOBNBR 8IXTH TIKI 8m., CINCINNATI.
Jobh A. Rllblbb, Jb Bolt Lessee and Manager.
Farewell of
The Star Sisteri Helen and Lucille.
THIB (Saturday) EVENING, 8eptmber 17, the
performance will commence with the celebratod
drama of . . . . i -
DON CKSAB DE BAZAN.
Son Ciesar Mini Lucille.
Muritana.w.M ...w Mint Helen.
Churl II....; Mr. Head.
Son Jose Mr. Lord.
Marquis Mr. Kllsli-r.
Lomnllo Mian A. Waite.
Countess Ura. Gilbert.
After which, a favorite Dance tr the Marshall
Children, their first appearance. . . . ,
To conclude with tho interesting historical drama
called
THE WKPT OF THB WISH -TON-WISH.
Naramattah Minn Helen.
Conanchet ............ Mr. Langdon.
ITncaa ........4 Mr. Lord.
Major Hough Mr. Ilann.
Hutisfaction tlkiink ,. Mr. Adman.
Content Hcathcote Mr. Head.
Faith Heatbcote Hist Annie Waite.
HT A youngladyofa neighboring city will aliortly
make her firm appearance on nuy Btage.
"Doors opon at 7; Curtain rises at 7-Jf o'clock.
Palest or Admidsion Dreui Circle and Paruuette,
BOci-ntu; Oallery, fflceuta. . ,
WtTNo free list.
PIKE'S OREHA-IIOI
Ciias. M. Baubai M ....Manager.
FOB THIS WEEK ONLY.
MARSH TROUPE OF JUVENILE COME-
' ' ' DIAN3,
Numbering forty talented, performer.
A great Mil fortlie benefit of LOUIS ALDttlCH",
and last night of the celebrated alnrsh Troupo.
THIS (Saturday) EVENING, September 17, will
be presented Shnkspeni's grvat trugedy of
RICHARD III;
On. The Battle or Borwobth Fii.d.
Duko of Oloater -....Master Louis A-ldricli.
(Only 15 years old.)
To conclude with the side-anlittinB
, t ,, TOODLES.
Timothy Toodles Must. 0. W. Mnrsli.
Tabiiha Toodles Lil Jennlo Arnot.
BCoors open at TA o'clock: peiforniauco to com
mence at 73(.
Prices or Aomisrion. Terqnotte Circle, Parquetta
and Balcony, soc.; Children under 10 years hull 'price;
Oallery, 2,r.
iwrofflce open from 10 to 4, whore seats may be so
ared. , J. 'jr. HERBKRT, Treasurer.
UTTS'S PANORAMA
Teamment a nd the Land of Palestine
will beaxhililtfdevei y evening for two weeks at
THE M,LODKON HALL,
t ommeneiiigTHUKJ 'DAY EVENING, Sept. 22, o,nd
m 'ne?(y and ti tiirday afternoons,
ill "I" 2,1 "; 'iJhlldreu under twelve years If.
ijiDeralarranaemai ,ts made with achoola. aepUavrt
PAIAfJE GARDEN;
Fixtra Attraction,
First week of the engagement of
RLE ESTELLE ESMONDE
FAMILIARLY TERMED
"E. A BEtliE DE PARIS,"
Acknowl edged the first In tho profession.
Also, th j original .
PETE MORRIS
Is engiv ged for one week more, This la bis last ap
pearance in the city.
Admission Only 10 t'enta. .
sepl2tf
LAttGEST MULE LIVING.
Tub: undersigned will exhibit
at all the Coontt Fatbh in Ohio and .Indiana,
the largi 'St Mule known in the world,
30 Uandi High-Wolaha 1,800 Poiindn,
Five Years Old.
Was raist d by Dr. M'Cann, of Fayette County. Ky.
Will be exhibited by 30. W. FROS 'C
an30.aml
t;he oyster trade.
C.S.MAX.TBY
SEALEB IN
OYSTERS
rC) FHESH CAN
;L7oYSTE:RS
(S : COVE
LP' OYSTERS.
I J Spiced Oysters.
riHE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECEIV
.1 INO DAILY, by the Adama Eiptms, MALT
BY'S wort d-renowned Baltimore
Fresh. 'Can, Keg and Shall Oysters.
ALSO
Fresh, t ermptically-goaled COVQ, SPICED and
IL0BEST 0E, Agent.
ioP7-tf
Depot, 11 West Flfth-streot.
OYSIERS! FRESH OYSTERS
f?i) 3 Wninnt-atroet,
jlijf , . OIN0INNATI.
I HAVE COMMENCED FOR THE SEA
SON the MM of J. E. MANN 4 OO.'S, superior
rawlreshoyBiter. ' J . -iy vu,
Wholeaal and retft4l Agent for J. R. Mann ft
Oysters coo. ied in ik superior style at our usual mod
6rat obargea. au2n-tt
MECltlAmOS' FAIR.
T
HE UNJUVALED
SM0KE-C0NSUM-BTOVE,
ITHK
INO CO.AL COOKINO
SIXSIZfc "S, . t
Now being .inhibited. Tne lai f"' assortment
VauyeatabllahmentlnthoWei, irn country.
For sale bv 'thp Inventor and Mo n i. 'hoturers,
ADAMS & PECK 01 TER,
. WOVILTY inomrnnv. r,IRT
sepft-eur
333 Fonrth-strept, near
Smith.
HENRY DAVID,
TaJ0. 278 MAIN 8TREBT, BETWE
X SIXTH ADD SEVENTH, Manufacturer a
Importer of Soaps, Perfumery and Fa ncy Goods, hi
just received, per steamer, a lot of J 0rte Monulaes,
vikhi viuiub, uiiibiiub. v.tnuus, rennr lery, Beer mar
row and Fuocy Goods of all descript ions: also a com
pleteastortment of Handkerchief Extracts, which
lie ia prepared to sell atutifuro lnwi irthan any other
iliialorln tUo city. Aleo. received tJ ilsday from New
York.alargelot of David's Blue i.nd Black Writing
and Marking Inks which the snl ji.crlber will be able
J" i i J11m,nn!tirfr'prloei. Jobbers and re
tiiileM will pleaae call In and . mlne before pur
chasing elsewhere. All klndso I Extracts at twenty
five eonts per bottle. Remoml r the Dlaco. 27S Main
Btreot. lietwoen Sixth anil Hny. th. P rpH
SOUTHGAT i HOUSE,
Boutfc-oast corner of Sixth aBfl am,, Cincinnati,
THE SUBSCRIBER I tAVING RENEWED
bis loan of the South, jte House, and expended
a large amount of money in. palntinu. cariwiini and
rofurnishlna; It, introdiici.jj : BaUilnS'-SoK vWer.
coseU.iiud every possible, c ouvenieiico and luxury
througnrii t, Invites a cp'.itli uiance or the nubile pat
ronam, I In feels conrld.ent that the house will
found, with its reoeir Im provementH, In batter
condition than when Jrst o pened for the recoption
guests. The location of the hotel Is central ai,d con.
yiinient, either for up-tov in visits or down-town
business. Meals are reul arly served at the table
d hote, or in private room s, and furnished at
hours. The term are SI p er day, and Hccommoda.
' t'on Jl"1 to,an? J 0 uu day house In the eltv,
The house will ba kept -oi n night and day, at all
hours, i Omnibuses will be In attendance to and from
the ears. Breakfast for es rly train. And for the
rest, the proprietor leaves his guest to sneak for
him. upl-aml I. , WATHOK, Proprietor.
WILLIAM DM JNEY, ATTORNEY
AT 1 AW, Chase i3 utldlngi.No.oKastThird
Street. sepo-sy
VOL: 2. NO. 24.
CINCINNATI, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1859.
PRICE ONE CENT.
Arrivals of Trains.
Indianapolis ft CmctATi-:) a. v.; S:3S p. a.;
9Mr. u.
Cincinnati, Hamilton ind Dattok T:iS A. H.i 10:47
A. n.;:40 p. H.i 10:1Op.m.
Littlb Miami-7:30 a. .; 1:M P. .; 7:18 P. a. 10-.4S
P. M.
Mabibtta and CiNCiNNATi-lOtM a. .; 9:111 P. .
Ohio and Mississippi 7:13 a. h .; 2:00 p. .; in-i p.
OOTINOTOM AND LlIlNOTON-10:S0 A. H.i 7:06 P. H.
Departures of Trains.
INDIANAPOLIS AMD OlNCIBTNATlHliM A, .) 12:00
6:00 P. M.
Cincinnati, Hamilton and Datton Indianapolis
and Cleveland, 6:00 A. Ssndusky Mail, 8:011 a. .;
Sandusky, 4:30 p. .; Accommodation, iSMHI ?. H.
Littli Miami Cleveland snd I'lttsbug, 6:00 A. .;
Cleveland, Pittsburg and lellalr,8:30 a. Colnm
but Accommodation, 4:40 p. .; Cleveland, Pitta
burg and Bellair, 11 ;30 p. M
Ohio and Mississippi Ht. Louis, 9:00 A, H.i Louis
vllle, 3:00 p. m .) St. Louie, 8:30 p. .
Pittshuro, Columbus ahd Cincinnati (tjteubenvllle
Bhort Line) East Fruut-street Depot-6:00 A. a.;
8:00 A. 11:30 p. M.
0iEVBLANn,CoLVMBi7 and Oi npi nnati Kas t Front
street 6:00 A. .;83i. M.; 11:30 p. II.
Cincinnati and Marietta A:1S a. m.; 3:30 p. h,
Oentbai Ohio From last Froutmlreet Depot 8:10
A. .; U:30P. M.
Oov inoton and LxiNato-:M a.m.; 2:30 P. M.
NEWS AND GOSSIP.
,
or
EN
n
P. S. O'Connor, of Rochester, the
seaond Sam Patch, wbo, under the name of
Shields, advertised to mnke the leap of Niagara
Falls on Friday, was drowned on the KUh at
the place he had telooteJ for his foolhardy
undertaking, lie went into the water to ex
amine the place where he proposed landing,
and was taken with cramp or drawn under by
some eddy of the rapids. The casualty occurred
near where the Blondln cable was stretohed.
The Colonial Government of Jamaioa
Is about to appoint an agent in Canada, under
the immigration act of 1848, to encourage the
immigration of colored laborers to that island,
Provision will be made to pay the passage of
emigrants, with whom oontraots will bo made
for three years at a stipulated sum per month.
It is estimated that there are in Canada four
thousand colored persons, the great majority
teing male adults. Many of them hare
beoome possessed of conaidorable property,
jiEB""The plunters in the parish of Lafay
ette, Louisiana, having been annoyed by the
tampering of certain parties with their slaves,
have formed a vigilance committee to expel
the obnoxious persons from their neighbor
hood. Several expulsions have occurred; but
tbe expelled and their friends havo organized
a oounter oommittee, and doelare that they
will return, claiming that thoir banishment
was illegal. There is considerable excitement
over this subject in several of the rlvor par
ishes of the State.
The Germanla, Mannachor and LtedoT-
krani Societies, of Baltimore, arrived at Har-
risburg, Pa., on Sunday night, and on Monday
were formally welcomed in behalf or the Ein-
tracht, of that town, by Mr. Peter Meyer, in a
short and spirited speeoh. Ho was roplied to
on benalt ot the stranger) by Doctor Wentwortn,
leader of toe iialtlmoro Liedorkranz. Subse
quently tbey visited the State capital and
other points of interest, and at night took part
in a granu musical lostirai.
f2fTwo oolored sailors have been arrested
at New Orloans for coming there contrary to
the new state law. They have sued out t
writ of habecu corpui to test the constitutional'
ity of the law, which, it is alleged, is In con
travention and violation of the Constitution of
the United States and the treaties and aots of
Congress regulating commerce between foreign
nations ana tne several states ot tbe Union.
pS" On Thursday night last Miss Teresa V.
D. Auer, aged about nineteen years, fell from
the second-story window of the Philadelphia
House, in Mempuis, Tent)., causing ber death
in a few minutes. She had been ill of a fever
for two weeks, and it is supposed fell out while
in the act of throwing a pitcher of water from
the window.
s9"-Tlio Washington ?( learns "from
the most reliable source that the family of
Mr. 1'reston, in itentucky, aro daily expect
ing his return from Spain. His urrivnl if
regarded as certain within the next month;
in which event, as our informant tolls us.
h'iB domestic interests )Vill not allow his re
turn w Madrid. ,
OS-Tho Prince of Wales's late tutor, Mr.
F. Vi. Giobs, and Sir Henry Hollund, physi
cian to' the court, are in Canada, on a pros
pecting tour up the Ottawa River. It is be
lieved tL'nt the Princo may yet arrive this
fall, and their object is to ascertain tho best
route for him to take.
Br The daughter of the propriotor of
coal-mine in Pennsylvania was inquisitive as
to the nature of hell; upon which her father
represented it to he a large gulf of fire of most
prodigious extont. "Pa," said she, "couldn't
you get the devil to buy his ooal of you."
jr-irloformation hits just been received
tii the State Department from our Minister
Kerlin, Mr. Wright, that Christian Ernst, an
American naturalized citizen, wbo had been
compelled by force to' enter the Hanoverian
army, has, upon the remonstrance of our Oov
erniiient, been discharged from the service. .,
3SThe,Hon. John Minor Bolts has re
ceived a letter from Mr. Hurt, the sculptor,
informing him that tho statue of Henry
Cloy, executed by him, is ready for ship
ment, and awaits tho orders of the executive
committee ot tne "Jjiuties uiay Btatue ab
socioiion of Virginia." .
r"Steel your heart, "said an ex-President
to his son, (who was going to Europe;) you are
sow going among soma of the most fascinating
of the fair sex. "I had muoh rather steal
theirs," said the promising youth. ,
: ftS" The two-years' engagement between
Mr. II. L. Bateman, theatrical manager, and
Mrs. Matilda Heron Stoepel, haB been broken,
by consent, it is understood, of both parties.
20 A monster sale of public lands, in
State of Missouri, by the Pacific Railroad
Company, will take place in St. Louis next
month. . .,v
3S"Professor Ross, tho well-known Hel
lenist and archftologist, committed suicide
Halle, Germany, on the 8th ult.
a0The Paris hospitals have inherited,
under the will of Lord Henry Seymour,
36,000 por annum.
The health of Secretary Floyd, who
still at the Springs in Virginia, is said to
far from restored.
HJ-The Nashua uaxclte understands
. '( is the intention of General Pierce to spend
j' 'inter, with his wife, at the Bermudas.
- fwenty-flve cents is to he tho price
. to tha Great Eaitern at Portland.
admission ,
.t ountain, the balloonist, goes
jrUla... N. Y,, on the 20th iiiat.'
at Vt atcrtown, '
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be
of
i - - ttntMni. H EsotAND. The
lowtoe are the latest . hlU ' of ,new,s concerning
bo Amniinn hnrsfia in , !
hed
- TTn.l.n lina mafj.
his American
horleisai'PV
C. I Win's andel,onnce, . W
against
$1,5 00 a side, nnti lorieii, woe. ,
da, of the first October meeting, a u Jad!1'
ket. "Des Chiles" carries 112 lbs. Mil
dor lendenceOJ lbe.-, ".J, ,
ni . 1!.---.A-Allwt.nlfln, nTlffiR.
ow CKton meeting um.-v.. . .
r.i- .'..t r. -u. t UnLnd The first
fh. ... . "The, Cleveland Stakes,
(th ree-quarters of a mile,) of five 80efeiK,n
V" 00i"r " j 7 T V . ntrln-
ea, ,h,
The Approaching International Cricket
Match.
a
A gentlemsn, writing from Now York to
the Philadelphia Pten, says:
Last evening Mr. Waller, ono of the prin
cipal men of the St. George's Cricket Club,
d me that the English eleven are, beyond
question, the best eleven professionals ever
combined in a single game. Parr, in partic
ular, is not only tbe best batsmen going, but
has this season mmlo the best displays known
in me nisiorv oi me game. Twice mis year
be has kept his bat for five hours in succes
sion, against tho best bowlers of England,
nnd once made tho unprecedented mini her of
one hundred and fifty innings. The United
elates twenty-two are already agreed upon,
but their names will not be made public until
alter the arrival of the bloody Britishers.
The lollowing indicates tho ages of the
English eleven, with thonntnes of the coun
ties to which they belong, and the particular
points in tho game in which they excel:
JSottingnnm ueo. .rnrr, born in 181'B. He
is still at "tip of the tree" as batsman. His
defense is most masterly, and ho hits all
round in a most powerful manner. ITe is an
under-hand slow bowler.
James Grundy, born in 1824. A fait round-
nrm bowler. As a batsman, he has a strong
defense, nnd is good anywhere in the field.
John .Jackson, born in 18;!:i. lie is a round-
ana bowler. Tho fastest and straightest of
the day indeod, is wonderfully straight for
the pace he bowls, and on ground in good or
dor his bowling is very difficult to be played.
Indeed, so straight is his bowling, that out of
eight thousand one hundred and fifty balls he
bowled last season, eight only were wide. As
fieldsman be is an excellent slip.
R. Daft. Strong defense as a batsman; a
hard hitter. A very good field.
Surrey. William Caffvn, born 1828. His
position as a crickoter is that of one of the best
bowlers in England; his pace being medium
round-arm. As a "batsman and fieldsman he
is not excelled by any one. As a bat no one
cuts prettier than ho doos, nor more effectively.
. Thomas Lockyer, born 1828. He is the best
wicket-keeper in England. In this position
his play is a perfect wonder. As a batsman
be is a terrific hitter, and very successful in
getting runs.
Julius lsar, born 1830. A dangerous bat,
and will punish looso bowling severely. In
the Geld he is a very efficient point.
SuDRi-r. John Wesdcn, born IS26. One of
the bo si cricketers in England. He is a first
rate bowler and bat; in tho field ho is a splen
did slip.
John Lillywhite, bom in 1820. A splendid
bat and flold, and a good ehange bowler. Uia
place in the field is cover point, whieh he
plays to perleotlon.
Cambridce. Alfred Diver, horn 1824. A
first-class bat. At long-stop ho is not to be
excelled. He is also an excellont under-hand
slow bowlor.
Robert Carpenter, born 1831. A splendid
field and first-rate bat. His defonce in hatting
cannot be excelled, ne only "came out" as
player last year.
We do not know to what oounty T. Hay
ward belongs. He is attached to the "All
England Eleven." Last season, against twonty-
two of Derbyshire, (with two bowlers given,)
he scored seven and twenty-two. His averoge
as a batsman last ,vear, in "First-olass Eleven,"
at sido matches, was seventeon runs per in
nings.
We find in Wilkvt'i Spirit of the Timet the
following list of the American players:
Ten or noarly ono-half of theentlre twenty-
two namely, Gibbes, Lang, Lilly white, Waller,
S. Wright, II. Wright, Bage, Comery, Scarlett
and Walker, bare been selected from the St.
Georgo's Club, of this city; five Uighsm,
Marsh, Crossley, Willby and Sharp from tho
New York Club; three Senior, Barclay and
Morgan from Philadelphia; two Hammond
and Nowhall froin Germantown; with Hallis,
from Newark, and Head, from Chios go. Of
these the most reliable batsmen are Gibbes, H.
Wright, Willby, Crossley, Senior, Head, Ham
mond and Newhall, while llighatn, Lillywhite,
Lang and Hallis may be counted on, but with
less certainty. The crack bowlers aro Marsh,
Hallis, S- Wright, Crossley, Comery and Sharp,
with H. Wright, Oibhes and Lillywhite to fall
back upon. Tho rival wicket-keepers are
Lang and Higham. and which is the most cer
tain and effective we imagine nothing but the
toss up of a half-dollar oan decide: but Hig
ham has more style about him. and manages
to produce the most striking sensation among
the bystanders. Newhall is an unrivaled long-
stop; and, of the whole number, nearly all are
aouve ana ueAierous id tue iibiu.
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CAS A CONflRESSMAN LOSR III3 FlUNKISO.
Privilege? The argument in tho negative on
this question is thus stated in the Washington
7?.ntf hip '
i. . , ....... . '
There is no law prohibiting a member
n - . - . ,
IrnnvrnsH from nmnlnvinff an ArnfLniiAn.ia
rite iiis name on documents or letters which
he desires to frank. There has been, however,
during all tbe time that the practice has pre
vailed as aforesaid, among the printed regula
tions of the Postoffico Department, one whioh
says that no member of Congress can authorize
his assistant, olerk, or any other person,
write his name for tho purpose of franking any
letter, public or private. This regulation ap
plies, iu terms, only to letters, and not to docu
ments but it has never been enforced, even
regard to letters. Althongh the printed regu
lations hare denied the right of a member
make use of an amanuensis in franking,
practical regulations of the department have
uniformly sanctioned it.
, Wo do not concede the right of the Depart
ment to Bay that a member cannot authorize
another person to write his name on a letter
document lor the purpose ot tranklng
When the member acknowledges the frank
be bis, that should settle all questions of
validity. Suppose a member should break
his right arm, is he to be deprived of
franking privilege during the time that he
thus disabled
is
be
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Mrs. Cunminohav vs. thh Nkw York Even
ing Post. A New York correspondent Bays:
Mr. Bryant, the poet-editor of the Pott,
in a heap of trouble. He bought a beautiful
residence up town, in East Sixteenth-street,
not long since, and was just proceeding
embellish it in accordance with his well
known taste, when lol and behold, a vory
pleasant neighbor came, and squatted
down as his next-door neighbor, and now
fuses to move "lor love or money."
This ill-favored neighbor is no loss a
sonage than Mrs. Cunningham, the heroine
of the famous Bond-street Burdell murder
caso. It is death and destruction to
neighborhood to have such a woman any
where in or about it, of course, and as
may euess, Mr. Bryant, backed up by
other residents in the vicinity, has spared
pains to pursuade the lady to be cut off,
to no purpose
The neighborhood is a very aristocratic
one, and the affair, as you may guess, is
no little stir. What the result is to
nobody can guess, but the general expecta
tion seems to be that, if Mrs. Cunninliam
don't pack up hor traps, Mr. Bryant and
reav ui iiei ueigiiuvrs win.
v
colts
Population of California. The popula
tion of California in 1831 was a little
23,000; in the early part of 1840, 20,000;
28,000; In tbe early part of 1H4B, 20,000;
117,000; in 1852, 264,000; I.18ST,
A COUQAk KtLbBD IllMKNSK Varmint. An
American cougar, measuring eight feet from
the extremity of his powerful paws to the end
of hii tail, was killed a few days since in Gen
essee County, New York. The Rochester
Democrat (ays:
i When about fourteen miles from Batavis, in
tho Tonawanda Swamp, tho party in pursuit
came upon the oougar, who was parched upon
tbe limb of a tree. lie bounded away on their
approaoh, but was followed clusely by tbo
dogs who were at one time roughly handled,
and incited to the chase with some difficulty
and agnin took refuge in a tree, and res tod
upon n limb some thirty feet from the ground.
The cougar had beoome very muoh enrnged,
and his eyos almost shamed tbe brightness of
the torches borne by tbe hunters. Rifles were
soon brought and three bullets were shot into
him. Two took effect in tbe bead, and the
cougar dropped to the ground, and was soon
dispatched.
Cubs fob Divokce. Michelet, in his re
markable book, L'Amaur, mentions tbe follow
ing novel method of curing the disposition in
married couples to become separated:
In Zurich, in the olden times, when a quar
relsome couple applied for a divorce, the magis
trate never listoned to them. Boforo deoiding
upon the ease he locked them up for three days
in tbe same room, with one bod, one table, one
plate and tumbler. Thoir food was passed to
them by attendants, who neither saw nor spoke
to them. When they eamo out at tho end of
three days, neither wanted to be divorced.
Despbiiatb Ai-'FAiit. On Wednesday, the
31st ult., there was a fatal difficulty between
two men by the names of Smith nnd Hedg-
ficth, some twenty miles below Hickmnn,
iy., on Reolfbot Lake, ueur Wheeling, Obion
County, Tennessee. It appenrs thnt tin old
grudge existed between the - combatants.
They" met on tho day above mentioned, on
the road, both being armed with shot-guns.
Hedgpethtold Smith to preparo himsolf, for
he intended to kill him, nt the Bame time
firing, the contents of the gun taking effect
near or about Smith's stomach. Hedgpcth,
upon the rtiseiinrge ot ins gun, wooded ami
ran some thirty yards to a treo, behind which
ho took refuge. Awaiting a few moments he
concluded, as we suppose, to ascertain
whether Smith was dead: he ventured to look
from behind tho tree, when Smith fired, and
put the contents of his gun through Hcdg
peth's head, killing him instantly. 3!o ouo
was present at tho time of tho shooting; but
Eorsons coming up immediately aiicrwarn
ad tho above stntemont from Smith, who
died about live) hours after tho affray. Both
HeiTcpeth and Smith were desperato tucn,
Louisville
Courier, 14th.
Latest Position of the Sah Juaji Diffi
.
culty. The San Francisco Bulletin, August
20, says the long dolay in landing British
troops would appear to mdioato that there is
nothing in the report heretofore published
that there is to be a joint occupancy of San
JunUf Island. We now have it, and will
probably retain possession until diplomacy
shall .settle the point whether it be American
or British soil. Tho temporary occupation of
ono or other party, or both, will hare no in
fluence in determining the ultimate question
of title But for this cutting of the gordian
knot, this seizing on the actual land, the ques
tion might have slept in cabinets and admin
istrations for an indefinite time. Tho probable
purpose of tbe Pylades here is to forward dis
patches to tho British homo government.
General Harney had returned a formal answer
to the protest issued by Governor Douglass.
General Harney has sent considerable rein
forcements of troops to Captain Ticket, who is
now in military possession of San Juan.
Phistino is Europe. There are now in
France 1,037 printing offices, which employ
9,500 compositors, 3,000 pressmen and 900 cor
rectors and overseers. Tbe printing forco of
London, alone, greatly exceeds that of all
France. Tho little Kingdom of Belgium has,
at the present time, 202 periodicals, while
J; ranee and ngianu count nniy iroui ziu to
300 eioh. Holland has 100; Prussia, 70; Aus
tria, 40; Spain, 54; Switzerland, 23; Portugal,
13; Denmark, 14. i bore are about z,uuu peri
odicals published in Europe, at the present
time, and nearly 1,0011 in the rest ot tne world,
exoepting the United States, where, should tho
present ratio oi inorease do not rotaracu Dy a
money panic, we shall soon have five thousand
regularly published periodicals, or inoro than
are to he found in all tho rest of the World put
together.
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in
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tbe
Tim Nkw French WnKEUuuitov. Tho new
wheelbarrow, which is worked by tho men
employed to repair the damage occasioned
i..!,.' : A, ia r ?i, in..ii.:
iv ilia frill, ill uu euiurua ui iuu auiiuiico,
I . . J. . ?
is attracting much attontion. The novelty of
the machine consists in the two legs of tho bar
row being re-placed by two wheels, smaller
than tho one in front, ami which nro fixed
immediately under the body of tho barrow.
The handles are raised so ns to bo on a level
with the hands of the workmen; and thus,
upon a level road, a slight push is only neces
sary for the transport of the heaviest load.
The three wheels being almost close to
gether, the act of turning tho barrow in the
smallest space Decomes as easy as possiuio.
The workman has hut to lean on ono of the
handles and the front wheel is lifted from
tho ground, leaving the barrow free to be
maneuvered like a common hand-cart.
or
It.
to
its
the
is
is
to
SuBTKRBANtAH Fountain op Oil,. A cor
respondent of the New York Herald gives
account of the discovery of a subterranoan
fountain of oil at TitusviIIe, Fa., He says
the oil is so common along the banks of
creek as to give it the name ot Oil Creek. Un
der the direction of a oompany oslled
Pennsylvania Rock Oil Company, a Mr. Drake
leased the grounds and In May last com
menced to bore for salt or to find tho source
of tbe oil. Last week, at the depth of seventy-
one feet, he struck a fissure in the rock through
which he was boring, when, to the surprise
and joy of every one, he found he bad tapped
a vein of water and oil, yielding four hundred
gallons of pure oil to every twenty-four hours.
un
right
re
por-
the
you
the
no
but
AYankifj Girl in Trias. A correspondent
of the New York Spirit of the Timet writos
that papar, that in his travols about San An
tonio, Texas, he found a real bowling saloon,
conducted on the .New lork princlpio, and
proprietor was none other than a Yankee
all the way from New London, Conn.
leases the place, and offers herself to roll with
any amateur in tbe country. She finds plenty
who are willing to try tnetr nana wita
and she pockets tho change, never 88
having been beaten. She states thnt In
months she cleared two thousand dollars,
which, considering the times, isn t bad.
cre
ating be
the
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in
In
Latest from Japan. We have news
Japan datod on the 5th of June. Tho Emperor
had ordered that the oities of Jeddo, Nagasaki,
Simodi and Hakodadi should be united by
egraph, and a line was being built from Jeddo
to his summer residence, ah ins vessels
the iinnarial fleet were to be turned Into steam
propellers, and one of them, the Niphon,
already left on a voyage ot aisoovery, manned
by a native crew and native engineers.
American having discovered a copper-mine,
was permitted to work on, promising to divide
with the government.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
Noon Dispatches.
Disastrous Fire at Chicago.
CHICAGO, September 16.
The most disastrous conflagration that has
visited our city since the great fire of 1857
occurred last night.
Tbe fire broke out about nine o'clock, in the
stable of F. Mehring & Co., entirely destroying
it, together with its contents, including four
valuable horso.
The fiuK3 thenco communicated to the
blacksmith-shop, No. 45 Canal-streot, spread
ing thenco in different direutions, consuming
tho entiro block bounded by Clinton, North
Canal, West Lako anil Fulton-streets.
From this blook the fire communicatod to
Blotohford's lead-works, thence to the Hy
draulic Mills. These, together with the block,
bounded by North Joffersun, Clinton, Fulton
and West Lako-streets, were entirely de
stroyed. From the north-west corner of Ful
ton and Canal the fire communicated to the
lumber-yard of Ryorson & Miller, consuming
nearly three million feet of lumber, valued at
$40,000; thence to the lumber-yard of L.
Sutherland, destroying tbe entire stock,
valued $10,000; thence to Dull's yard, ad
joining, consuming two million foet of lumber.
Mason .t Co.'s niaoMno-shop, on the corner
of North Canal and Carroll, was totally de
stroyed. From Ryersou's yard the firo communicatod
to the Valcan Works of Warrington and Mc
Arthur; thence to 1he Vulcan Boilor-works,
destroying the block hounded by Fulton, Car
roll, Clinton and North J efferson- streets. Two
blocks adjoining were partially destroyed.
The principal loners nro J. W. Cochrane,
Audubon Hou-e, loss, $00,000, insured lor
$:tO,00O; Batchibrd, lead works, loss $(50,000,
insured for $40,000; Cochrane fc Baker,
Clovoland House, loss $37,000, insured for
$27,0011; A very Jfc Co., loss 40,00(1, insured
for $23,000; Hydraulic Mills, loss $10,000, no
insurance; Wultor Lull, lumber-yard, loss
$20,001), insured for $5,000; E. A. ltucker,
pluning-mi'l, loss $7,000, no insurance.
The l"fol loss will probably riot bo less
than $5im,iji)0. The total insurance will not
exceed $2 ji'.OiiO, of which tho greater part is
in Now York, Providence, Hartford and
Springfield companies. A largo number of
tho buildings dostroyeel were dwelling
bouses, and but of liltlo value. TLo origin
of tho firo is not ascertained. Two firemen
were slightly injured by the falling wulls.
The Worcester Convention.
WORCESTER, Mass., September 16.
The Democratic Convention nominated
General Benjamin S. Rutter, of Lowell, for
Oovornor, and fatophen O. Berries, ol hpnng
field, for Lieutenant-Governor.
The following nominations were al:;o niade:
Secretary of State, Samuel W. Howen; Treas
urer, George Demarostor; Auditor, James E.
Eastbrook, of Worcestor; Attorney-General,
D. H. Mnson, of Dolbnni.
Caleb Cushimr. Isaac Davis, Oli or Stevens
and James 8. Whitney are chosen delegates
to Charleston.
It is said that all favor tho cUims of Sena
tor Douglns for the Presidency.
The resolutions adopted recognize tho prin
ciple or popular sovereignty, tuougu indors
ing the present Administration. '
From Camp Floyd.
BOSTON, September 16.
The correspondent of the Traveller, writing
from Camp Floyd, under date of August 18,
describes the assassination of First Sergeant
Ralph Pike, of tho Tonth Infantry, who was
shot ia front of tho Salt Luke Hotel, by a
weman namod Spencer. Tbe murdoross bad
escapod. Pike's funeral was nttondod by
three regiments of infantry, tbe officers of each
regiment being in full uniform, and by General
Johnston. Several other assassinations are
charged on tho Mormons, and great excite
ment existed.
Syracuse Convention.
SYRACUSE, September 16.
The unanimously instruoted the
delegates chosen lost night to represent tbe
State at the Charleston Convention to aot and
vote as a unit.
Augustus Schell, Dean Richmond, Isaac V.
Fowler and Delos De Wolff were chosen dolo
mites nt large to the Charleston Convention,
with John J. Taylor, D. F, Tieman, Schuyler
Crippon and A. U. Dunley 89 alternates.
Advance of Eastern Exchange in Chicago.
cago.
CHICAGO, September 16.
The selling rate of Eastorn Exchange has
been advanced by the bankers here to 1 'A pre
mium, and tne supply is scaroe.
:.
LEGAL NOTICES.
a
to
tne
gal,
She
nor,
yet
six
rwwirsTEE's sale. on Monday.
.1 tho tilth day of September, A. D. lXr9, at the
roitinoain me uourt-iinuse.in tticcttyoiumciniiati,
at IV o ciock ml. oi said nay, 1 win sei i at uniutc auc
tion all the lollowinfMlesurlbed real estate, viz:
1, Lots mini bered seven (7) aud eight (S) in siiunre
number three (31 of plat B, in the subdivision of the
estate of Onvld 1C. Wuil'i, as recorded in Look No.
117, page llii, of the Records of Hamilton County,
Ohio, and fronting euchtwontv five 1 feet on West'
ern Canal or Plum-street, nnd running back the
same wkt'li one hundred and nfty-six feet three
inches to rrovmoncn-strect.
2. All these lnla of land situate in the city of 9'"
cltinali. Hamilton Countv. Ohio, and betas' num-
uareu umiy (vni, nineiy-onouuj, mnecy-iwo (!K)nnu
ninety-three (93), In square number tour 14), ol the
niitxliviaion oi lots miuie or lIutciiKiss, Avery nnd
........ 1.. U....1. N .. Kll ........ All! ... .1...
VBI K if iriuiun. m niiUA 111.. -17, UK. , UK U
Records of Hamilton Comttv. Ohio, and each uf said
lots frontim tweiity-si veu 127) feet, making 1M fret
ia all, on the south sido uf Monroe-street, and ex
tondiug back ou puiallel lines ninety (till) feet to nu
ilIIrv.
3. Also thefollowiHr, situate In Cincinnati, for
merly iu Milloreck 'township, iu section niimler
nineteen. (!!!) in Townshln number three (3tintbo
sncond fractional ranie in tho Miami i'nrvhnie.beiutf
sixty-throe i63jket and six inches in front on the
northerly slue ol the Cinciunutl and ilnrrison Turn
olke Road, and ruimlns thence Dortlierlv.four hun
dred .t'eut, nioro or lois, to the land of Julm Kiddle,
sen., uoniiiiou on tne cast oyaiotoigrounaconveyeu
183, and on the west by a lot now or formerly belong
hv Itornttru and wile toJolin llncknoy. Aoveniuero.
ing to ffiara aikius.
4. aiwo me louowing, situnie id liinciminu, nam-
ilton (jounry, hihi .initeoi onto, ana oeir.it lots num
bered twenty-threodajand twonty-foiir, (M)ln Wade
& Dudley's addition or subdivision of iota in said
city, us recorded in Book w, page 119, of the Hamil
ton County Iterard, said lots twonty-three (23) nnd
twenty-f'iur (34) being on the south side of Poplar
street, wi lt of Western-row; bvinv each twenty-five
() feet in fronton tho south side of I'oplar-elreet,
and runnini; back Iu parallel linessoutn one-half the
dlrttnuce from Poplar to llllver-streot.
S. Also, tho following !n Cincinnati, commencing
nt n eoint ou the south sido of Clark -street, one
hundred and twouly-'Veo feet east of tha south
east corner of Clark aii.l Freeman -streets; thence
Hontn ni riguc angles to uiarK-sncpi, two nuiuireu
ami one tVet: thence in an oasterlv rihrrtlon tvventv-
iuiit(2S)feot;tliuucein a northerly direction and
parol lol with snld west lino at right iiiii.tI to Clark
street, two hundred and one feet to :in"k-strcot;
thenco westorly on the south line of ;Uik-street.
twi-nty-elght (24) feet to the beginning; beiug lot
niimoereu. iiiiriy-nino (.ivi in u. w. TiirKi-r s sun
division of the Cutter urnnertv. a recorded in book
number KlguUS) in tho division among (lie heir of
Deiu uuer, ui'cpiwi-u.
6. Also, the followlna lot. sitnntn In Ftemllton
County, and being lot numbered tlilrty-nitieon the
ntuf- ftf Mlilnllvl.inn (if Avondttli.. In n.ilil f-militV. JlS
recorded ill l'liit book No. 1, page of the records of
suni ooun'r.
Title to ui I the aboTe property good; Bale peremp
tory; tonus cash; being tl o suiiip property conveyed
tnr.heunritrMitfnfil hv di.d of trust from The Cincin
nati and Chicago Unit road Company, July 1, IriM,
rocorueuip an,pugeM.
uomno.
in
Collins A Herbom , Att'ys, M Walnut -st. anliibgt
bad
An
A. C. STULB,
4 TLANTIC CABLE RESTAURANT AND
WINK AND LAUKlt HICK It SALOON, No.
718 Western-row, Cincinnati, Ohio.
nT lly bar Is nt all times supplied with choice
Liquors and Cigars, svptja m
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NDERS0N 4 H ANNAFOB,D,Archltect,
Manchester Building,
8. W. corner Tklrd nnd Sycamore !.,
Jrl CI?"" NIT ATI. OHIO,
Madiso nHouse,
MAIN nTKEKT,
BKTWBEX FRONT AND SECOND, CINCINNATI.
Fs P. CAIULL, Proprietor.
jyHcm
Book Binding
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, NO. 8 EAST
Fourth-stret, between Main and Sycamore, Cin
cinnati. . , ,' '
MTKe-blndlrig in everv etyle. Music Books neat
ly and durably bound. O. CHOPPKB.
r y29-r.a;
D. DE FOREST,
Hinder and Paper
Book
Ruler,
Third story Times Building, will do all work In hi
Hue with neatness aud dispatch. iF?i.
PULLAN it WIL1.IAMSON,
(At the old stand of Fallen, Hatfield ft Brown,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
No. M WEST SECOND ST.,
OINOINNATt.
Joseph PoiLAS.fbrmerlyor Fullan, Hatfield ft Urowe
km. ii. WU.LIAM8QN. mrM-AOW
THOS. H. WEA8NER,
DEALKalNALL KINOS OF
BUILDING LUMBER. LATE,
BU1NGLK8, ETC., ETC.,
311 Plum Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
jv28-cm
. , F. M. MOORE,
AB-OIIITEOT,
N. E. CORNER TU1KI ds RACK 8TS.,
CINCINNATI, I'HIU.
Orders promptly attended to.
ml?.
B. KITTREJJliiU 6C uu.
13 I MAIN STREET, CIMCIHHATI, V.
KITREDGE &F0L30M,
5 St. Ch.rle street.New Orleans, TjB.,
Importers of Guns a riportlne Appnrniun,
AND DKAI.M18 1W QCN FOWDBB.
MIHBKHT BY I. "
CLEANERS OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
No.M Sixth-street, letwn Vine and Race, In
the Mediisl OoIIpso, Cincinnati, Obi". I'orsom who
amy tutor us witn ineir iu.iriu(si'.i i"
tnulitv uutl low prws. ......
EN G RA V ING,
14 WEST FOURTH STltKKT.
DOOlt l'LATES, CAM) CASKS, STATION Mil,
etc., etc.,
etc.
JEWELRY.
H. P. EL IAS'
New Wholesale
WATCH & JEWELRY HOUSE
16 West Fourth Street,
Where can bo had every article epperiaiumsi w n
Business at a much lens lirlce, for CASH, thai
has evor before been offered In this market.
. GIVE US A CALL
And see for yourselves. "
WM. WHITAKER
JEWELER,
No. MX N. E. Cor. Fifth and Loile streets, borwo
A good assortment of 81 L V K A and PL ATED W ABU,
SI'ECTACLS, etr.,kept constantly on hand.
Special attention given to Cleaning and Hepairlng
Watches and Jewelry;
BEGGS SMITH, No. 6 West 4th St.
ARE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
thoir lar assortment of Watches, Jewelr).
Silverware and niumonrin.
A fine assortment of flatsd Tea Sets and Cntleiy
and Opera Uiassos.
324
DENTAL CARDS.
DR. M. ROGERS.
DENTIST,
OK LONG EXPERIENCE IM THIB fJlTX,
Oflicc, No. 84, Seven? li-street.
THIRD DOUE WKST OK V11K,
aulH-amt CISCISMATI.
C. BDNSAI.Ii.
11. A. SMITH
Si SMITH,
BOIHSALL
DENTISTS,
IIS West Sixth-street,
CINCINNATI. B.pl-cm
No.
J. TAFT,
(Successor to liuowltoii & Tuft.)
DENTIST,
No. 36 Went Fourth Nt., bet. Walnut de V ine
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Je24-cni
S. U OAKLBN.
Drs. HAMLM
n. a. shits. .
& 8XITU,
DENTIBTS,
No. 3 West Fourth St.
178
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E N" T X S3
Offios No. 138 West Fourth street,
CINCINNATI, OUIO,
H. S. WINSLOW.
DUNTIST.
NO. 151 SYCAMORE STBEKT, XELOW FIFTH,
jy29-cm CiKcniNATi.
MEDICAL CARDS.
MEDIC A L.
DR. J. WILSON'S Office, 58 Wst fourth
street, where ha ninv be consulted tlaily for alt
Fc-mnle ComplHiutH, iDfiumniiitiuii of th Cervix,
Prolapsus Uturea, till dinphni(tnt of thf Vomb,
H)ioaI and CtTfbntl alftH'tluii. und other ortttntiic dii
ensua common to leniriltw. Tii llix tor's Inng ex wi
ne uce ana recent UiBctivftry iu the treatment of tha
ahovwdiHemtPi, cftnnot full to tiivoKiiliromitirtfaction.
The Dutitor in tttfbnt ftra Knropoan Kemnlo moiitbly
Pill; price 1 auUtwanUinpti, aul6-3m
11. S. RKWTON, AI. D.
Office, 90 West Seventh Street,
IBTWBIg Vina AND BACB.
(06
O. K. NEWTON, M. I).
nrrtna Nn. Ml Wftit Seventh fltl-Mt. hpfjWAAn Via
and ltnce. Rihiochck No. A3 8evnnlh street,
ween walnill ana vine, vvrics uocbb 7X 10
P. M.I lietoJS 1'. M.i 7 tog l. M
V. BABaiNJS 11. n.f. kABBIKOBB.
BARUIJTGER & CO.,
, aUnnftctureis of
The Celebrated Patent Combined
COOKING- STOVES,
For WOOD or COAIi. The moat convenient, eco.
nomical and durable Cooking stove ever invented,
for Btoauiloats, lintels, lleat&urant and Private
tlouess. Cooking twd liolliug water for wash and
bath rooms, in Targe quantities, ia any adjoining
apartment by the some nre.
Ware rooms, 21T Main St., Cincinnati.
aTBights to manufsctnre and snll tha HTnvsii
may be secured en application to the proprietors, at
their wamrooins. bcdT
lRANKLIN TYPE AND STEllEO'XYPB
3? KOUifDHY, B. ALlilbON, nperintndent.
IintinlLfOTiaU ot all kinds. 160 Vine street, t

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