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THE PENNY PRESS,
laprrated ajidpublisheddny,(BandamxwptKl,)by
FRANCISCO & CALDWELL,
At No. 14 West Fourth Street,
nd delivered to mbscrlbere In CINGINHATI, COT
INOTOK sod N KWPOKT, ted in surrounding titles.
Tillages and town, et .
SIX C I NTS A WEEK,
nraM to the carrisr.
PRICE OF MAILING.
Single Copies, I ota.; On Month, 40 cU.i TtarM
. Months, i 00; Ob Year, i 00.
. .
AMUSEMENTS.
"Wood's Theater
COBNER SIXTH ft VIA! Sts.. CINCINNATI.
Ji'iiy A. KitsiFB, Ja.......8ole Lessee and Manager.
Oompllmentwy benelit to Mr. J. 1). TOZEIt, upon
hli utireincnt from live stage.
THH 'Monday KVKNTNO, Ucptmbor 19, will
lui presented tho celebrated Urania of
TUB WANDEBINQ BOYS OF SWITZERLAND.
Lurllne Mr. J. B. Toier.
Paul -.......... ..............Miss Lucillo.
Justin Hiss lie-en.
Count da Croissoy .......... ...Mr. fjaua.
Jtoland ....Mr. Lord.
ilaronuss -...Mis Annio Waito.
Mnrceline Sin. 0. U. Gilbert.
After which, the well-knowa burlesituo of
TUB LADY 01' THE LIONS.
Polly Ann lira. Harry Chapman,
I led Ulcddleuot. Mr. llarry Uhapmun,
To bo followed by
TUB WIDOW'S VICTIM.
Jeremiah Clip Mr. Lanitdon,
In which cbitractur he will iutrodilco bin cele
brated imitations.)
Jlyroti TroniaiaPulham Fudge, Mr. V'llllains.
.l ine t'huttorly Miss F. Durliani.
Widow Knttloton Miss A. Waitu.
'To conclude with the Isuqhable comedy of
T1IK lLLDSTIlUlUS STItANUEIi.
Jillly IWbell Mr. ,r. It. Towr.
PrinCOH UiHK J, IrvlDK.
To-niorrow ovoniug Miss CItAPO will lnaku hur
lirHappea ranee.
sMriioor, open at 7; Curtain rises at 7'4 o'clock.
l'Bicmior Aumirsion UreHit Circle and Paruuelte,
W cents; Gallory, ascents.
WITNo free list.
IIBTTS'S PANORAMA
-OF Villi
New Testament and the I.nnd of Palestine
Will be exhibited every evening for two weeks at
TUB MKl,OlKOlf HALL,
oinuieucinii XUUBSIAY EVKN1NU, Sept. 22, uud
tin Wednesday ami fiatm-diiy afternoons.
Tickets 2.'. cunts; Children under twclvo years ISo.
Mlierol arrangements made with schools, scnllawr
Extra Attraction.
1'irsl week of the engagement of
MUG ESTELLE ESMOIE
I'AMILIABLY TEEMED
"I, A BELLE DE PARIS,"
Acknowledged the first in the profession.
Also, tho original
PETE MORRIS
Is. ongngoil for one week moro. This Ii Itis l.wl np-r-carancoin
tho city.
Admission Only 10 Cent.
i'ii;m'j
LARGEST MULtS LIVING.
rjlUK UNDERSIGNED WILL EXHIBIT
-L at ai,i tho County FAiimin Omonud Indiana,
IIio largest Mulo known in the world,
im Hands High-Welsh 1,835 Founds,
Five Tears Old.
Was raised hy Dr. M'Cann, of Fayette, County, Ky,
Will be exhibited by (i0. W. If HOST.
auM-nml
THE OYSTER TRADE.
SiU OYSTERS.
. CAVAG-NA'S
Oyster Tmpnrtine IToubo.
7iO. a l WEST FIFTII-STIIEET.
milE Sl'BSCEIBER 13 NOW BECEIV
1 ING daily, per Evpress, Ills splcuillil Oystera.
Having completed arrangements in B'tltimore, on
I ho must extonnive cab', I will at all timca dnrlng
tlieauason bo prepared to furnish niyfriouds, "and
thereto!' mankind," with the must DKMCIOL'S
HI VALVES imported to the Queen City. None but
I ho vury best imported. Great Inducements olfered
t this luiportitig.house.
Order tuolicitod and promptly filled. Terms cash.
PKTElt CAVAGNA,
soplfir Sole Importer and Proprietor.
O.S.MALI BY
-EWIER IN
OYSTERS.
t'HESU CAN
OYSTEIIS.
cove r
OYSTERS.
Spiced Oysters.
PICKLED OYSTERS
milE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW KECEIV-M-
INC, DAILY, by the Adams Kxprcsx, MALT
HV'S world-renowned Baltimoro
Fresh Can, Xeg and Shell Oysters.
ALSO
Froth, llermelically.iualwl COVK, SF1CBD aud
1'I';klei) oystkks.
ROBERT 0RR, Agent.
irpMf Depot, 11 West Fiflli-street.
OYSTERS! FRESH OYSTERS
Wnluiit-alicct,
CINCINNATI.
I HAVE COMMENCED I'OB. THE SEA
SON tho sale of J.B.MANN CO.'8, superior
raw fresh oysters. J.TODD,
Wholesale mid retail A lent for J. It. ill ANN .(Co.
) sters cooked in a superior stylo at our uanal uii'd
erato charges. auZA-tf
MECHANICS' FAIR.
rilUE UNRIVALED SM0KB-C0NSUM-JL
NOCOAIiCOOKlSOBTOVE,l,THB
AJLL.IGATOR,
iy siTtrs
How bi'injt ejhiliitwl. Tho largest assortment of
auj ubiuuiiitiiuitjiit iu uiu iruaium cuuuti.
For sale by tho Inventors and Manufacturers,
ADAMS & FECEOVER,
M0VELTY IRON FOUMDKRY, ;
1 enp.'i-cw XA Foiuth-Btroct, near Sniith.
HENRY DAVTD
VO. 27S MAIN STRKBT. BETWEEN
-11 SIXTH AND 8KVKNT1I, Mannfactunr aud
Importer of Soaps, Perfumery and Fancy tiouda, has
jmt received, per steamer, a lot of l'orte Monul.tos,
Igar Casus, jn usnes, tiomiia, J'criumery, iieci Mar
mwand ITancv teds of all deflcrintinnH: also A com.
plete asturtmcnt of Haudkerchlei Extrncts, which
finis nreikirofl to sell at a tlffure lower thaa anv other
dealer in the city. Also, received this day from Now
Yonr.a large lot 01 iMvitrt liiue aua niaca tvrumig
and Marking Inks which the subscrilwr will bo able
to sell at manufacturer's prices. 'Jobbers aud re
tailers will elease call in and examiuo before pur.
rbasing elsewhere. All kinds of Extracts at twenty
tite cents per bottle. Bumemlier the place, 278 Main
Mroot, Iwtween Sixth and Seventh. tepft
SOUTHG ATE HOUSE,
South-east coruor of Sixth aud Elm, Cincinnati, O.
. m HE SUBSCRIBER HAVING RENEWED
JL bis lase of the Sonthgato Ilonae, and expended
a largo amount of money in painting, carpnliis, aud
refurnishing it, introducing Uathlug-roonis, Water
rlwets, nod every possible convenieuco anil luxury
through' n t, invites a cootinuance of the public pat
rotiago. lie feels coufldout that the liouau will bo
found, with Its recent improvements, in a better
condition than when first opened for the reception of
guests. The location of the hotel is central and cob.
venient, either for up-town visits or down-town
business. Meals are regularly served at the table
d'hote, or in private rooms, and furnished at all
hours. The terms are )J1 per day, and aceommoda-
,' tlon onoaUo any I par day bonae in the city.
. The house will be kefltfOpen night and day, at all
hours. Omnibuses roll be in attendance to and from
the ears. Breakfast for early train. And for the
rest, the proprietor leaves his gtiests to speak for
him, sepl-am V. V. WATSON, Proprietor.
Ji BUTLER'S -Kicelsior
Fluid Inks.
Manufactory. 30 Vine 8t. 54
"iCIRANKLIN T1TPB AND STEREOTYPE
JC FOWD&Y, B. ALLISON, HuperlnUndont.
Sdnting Jaerial' of all kinds. 1U Vina s troet.
' . . ' ! . ' .,
VOL. 2. NO. 25.
CINCINNATI, MDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1859.
PRICE ONE CENT.
NEWS AND GOSSIP.
JSonio idea may be formed of the enor
mous Bums of money which are sunk in tha
purchase of pictures by tho wealthier classes
in England, irom tho tact that the collection
of tb.6 late lord North wick has produced uo
loss than 95,725. Tho sale, whichextended
over eighteen days, terminated on Wednes
day, uud was attended by dealers front all
parts of the world. Some of tho prices must
appear fabulous to tho uninitiated. Tho
owner of this collection spent a life in bring
ing it togothcr, and now it will ho distrib
uted far and wide.
' ' 2f A workman at the spoke factory In the
Phtrnix Works, yesterday, while cutting a
piooe of oak, taken from the heart of an oak
tree which grew In the wilds of Carolina
County, M&ryland, found euiboddod in it a
penny of 17-19. On one aido is tho hoadjf tho
King, and the words "(Jeorglus II Rex," and
on the rovorse "Brittania, 1710," Tie penny
is battered on the edge, andevidonty had been
driven into tho tree with a stotis at tho time
tho bark was soft. Bullets and otbor rolics,
which had boon shot into trees during the
Revolutionary War, are frequently found em
bedded in the wood which is brought to our
manufacturers. X-war!: Daily,
&3A littlo tool lias boon invented for
threading a secdlo. It is inado with two
blades, which holds tho noodle, with its oyo
opposite a littlo funnol-Bhaped opening, iuto
which it is perfectly easy for a porson of
weak sight to pass the throud, awl the
thread inevitably passes through tha eye.
Whon this is done, tho ends of the littlo im
plement lire pressed by tho thumb and Dn
Kor, like a scissors, and tho need lo fulls out.
threaded.
jjaf-Mr. Itussol Sutitlt will soon . --produce
in London the "Poor Man's aible," it
very ancient copy of the (Scripti8 printed
from wooden blocks beforo th invention of
motal types. I''ac-similcs bo givon ol
tho engravings which ilhlrate the original
work forty in number, and of couriio rather
singular in design "1 execution. Soveral
copies ara known U Europe, aud the
present reprint will be copied from, the
volume in the British Museum.
' :F87hp attempt to set aside the verdict
against itf f Henry Shaw, of St. Louis, who
was desired to pay one hundred thousand dol
lar to Miss EEs Car:'.lang fur leading her to
tie threshold of marriage and then leaving
Iter, it is thought will scarcely bo successful.
The ovidoneo to destroy ber character nppoars
to be of too weak a kind to have any influence,
evon to diminish the amount of damages, and
the settlement of tho uiattor without any fur
ther iaquiditiou ii looked upon as almost
certain.
The Newark (N. J.) Mercury says that
Mr. Eisner, of Pattoraon, has constructed a
steam oarriagc, which was tried on the com
mon road to Aoquackanock, a few days ago,
when it went on tho Ievol fifteen miles an hour
with twelve passengers. One milo was run in
three minutes.
izff Letters from .ante, Ionian Islands.
of tho 10th of August, 1859, state that the cur
rant crop this year is in a very prosperous con
dition. The bliirht, which for live or b!s sea
sons past has caused the destruction of the
vines, has entirely disappeared. Zanto would
perhaps make twelve million pounds of very
excellent quality; Ccphalonia thirteen million
and IVIorea fifty million.
ffiS" The wag of the New Hampshire Tele-
:roph suggests that "a good way to got rid of
the old 'red cents' win be, wuoo tuo nostmaS'
tors put up their contribution boxes for tho
Washington Monument, tor every man, waen
be goes to the postomce, to deposit all that he
has 'about his old oloth.es.' "
TPS' It is stated as an evidence of the im
mense size of the new ship Oral Eattem that
persons occupying her forward berths are to bo
charged double price, on account. ot tne rtavan
tages they will have of arriving In port ahead
of their lellow passengers,
mUS The most valuable discovery of dia
monds bas rocently been mads at tbo foot of
the Ural Mountains, Russia. One specimen
brought the lucky ownor itiU.OOO. Thoro is
every reason to believe that a mine of incx
hanstiblo woalth has been discovered.
3t? Mr. Kendall's experiment of sheep and
borso raising, near New Praunfels, in lexis,
has been moro than successful, as bo himself
writes under date of 2IHU August. Ho weaned
one thousand five hundred lambs in one day,
of tho arerago age of four months,
ifA now shot-aun has been perfected at
(Jolt's armory, wnicn wai proDaoiy tio in
market next winter. It is mado for fivo
charges on tho revolver principle, and is
loaded and fired with great fucility. It is of
convenient size and weight.
SBTho musk-rats near Black Rock, in
Now York, two orthreo years ago out through
tho banks ol tho bttito caunl, producing i
llniicl which swont owav a lioieliljonnc saw.
mill and its stock of logs. Tho ownor brought
a cluun against tho bin to lor not keeping its
musk-rat, i n better omor, ana alter in ten 1 er-
scvercuce ho has ,j list got it allowed. Damages
awarded ft.s,uuii.
.""Soinc tiino since Mcrriam announced
that he had obta'ued u, pieco of tho aurora
borealis and had given to it the name "tiilkery
of the skies." This week, wo loam, lio has
obtained a pint of lacteal fluid front tha
galaxy, which ho denominates tho "milkcry
ol tne sities."
SETThe Irish papers of tho latest date
says the potato crop of 1899 promises to turn
out the finest grown in Iroland since the good
old times, whon tho inaruct valuo ot that ur
ticlo of food ruled from twenty-four to thirty,
six cents the cwt.
ffifl'Tha American collcgo at Rome is rap-
. i . . n s it. . :..!. .iii..
luiy progressing, ina vaiuuue iisuuiis ui mu
United States havo recently cent tnirty tuou
sand dollars to tho Pope for the nccossary
works: and before the end of the year the col
lege will, it is slated, bo ablo to rocoivo ono
hundred students.
Tbo Prussians are fitting out an otiio
dition to Japan. It is to bo comnosed of throe
ships of war, and is to bail in October. The
expedition is to partake of a commercial, aci
entifio and exploring character.
.f"Mr. Reason Zarloy, ono of the urst got
tlors of Illinois, died August 30, at J olio t. Ho
served in the war of 1312, and was one of tbe
few who escaped tho massacre at Urownston
where one hundred and thirty Americans con
tended against eight hundred Indians and four
hundred ilntish soldiers.
JE9A11 tho pastors and resident clergy o
Springfield, Ohio, hava uuilod in. publisaiufj
me
a reinonstranco against tuo holding ol lot
tones at cliurcn ana churitublo lairs.
jftTMadiime Miramon has blossod her lord
with an heir, ana lie littlo follow was bap
tized in tbe Grand Cathedral of Mexico on tho
18th ult., with great coremony,
?3The ages of tbe Frenoh Marshals are as
a . . H 1 . T 7 ' l , . gtn. t
ioiiows: VBjSieiianv, ii, vauiaut, u; msguan,
88; Pelissier, 86; Earaguay d'Hilliers, 64
Randon, 64; Neil, 07; Mcftlahon, 52; t'anro
bert, 50; Uosquet, su.
IKS' James M. Riddle, formerlv oonnooted
with the Galveston Neu$, died la Texas, 28th
nit. He was a j'ennsyivanian.
. pS" It is said that his Holiness, tha Pope,
receives out of his States $8,000,000 a year.
Of this, $000,001) goes to his private anairs,
JK0-A letter from Rome announces the
death of Cardinal Faloonieri Mellini, who had
been Archbishop of Ravenna since 182.'.
Heber C. Kimball Getting Violent.
The Valley Tan, .Mgust 10, publishes a re
port of Ilebor C. timball's last haranguo be
fore the b'aiats. That worthy ap03tlo expressed
himself roinewhat strongly, as follows:
Sen-Ion Jour armies; they can do no harm.
God wll look after the welfare of his people
and iflield them from all injury. Let your
armits do their best their "puriicst" they
oanVeffeot anything. .
I resneot offioials who will perform thoir of-
flcial duties as tney aaouiu, sau iubvb me iuuf
:.;..rtni. alene: but how can I rosncot mv
""" . ' r t . t-
- ! 7 T n . n n T ..an tint .
Jom his best t injure innocent pwple? I
luuira vruu ,
know what the want; they want to n ib Bng
Lam Young, and then they want me and others.
They will tab him, too, when God wants them
to; but God won't lot, thorn nab him, and they
can't sab me. Laughtor. f fear them about
SB touches a pis-ant; not quite so much, oithor,
for a pis-ant will bito my leg onco in a while.
I am tho son ofarovolntionary siro, who strag
gled for the liberty of his country, and I am
going to have religious freedom. I have al
ways observed tho laws and mean to bo pro
tected by tkcni in my religious bcliof the same
ns tho pecplo of Now England aro. As they
troat us they will be treated. Tho Unitcu
States will seo somothing worso than wo ever
saw, before fifteen years see it from tho heat
of the govommont down. Famine upon farcin,
mob after mob, civil discord from one end i(
the country to tho other, terrible whirlwinds,
and a swift destruction will bo their certtin
doom.
This cuuutiy has done some biy fighting,
but it can't beat Mormunism. Thoro aro
four thousand cldoralii foreign lauds prtach-
mir Mormomsm nearly all loroitnor-f. mere
aro forty, ur fifty, or sixty organised uorums
of Seventies. Supnoso they kill till tho
niumberd of this church but un elder. From
that small soed our principles would again
bo given to tho world, und our causo would
prosper liko tbo Canada thistle. When tlicy
persecute us, it is liko breaking a mustard
otalk tho otroko only causes an increase, by
more thoroughly ucattering tho seed.
bpeaking ot thistles reminds me ol a bright
dea of Greoloy's. Ho thought it would bo a
wi.; notion to cow Canada thistlea all along
the plaiin, between hero and the States, to
i"ecd stock upon. Why, that would kill all
tho cattlo with tho bloody murrain, aud prick
us to death. So much for Greeley's j udgment.
What a fruitful imagination ho iiiurt linvo!
Ho is tho greatest liar on tbti i'aee uf tbo
earth Why, blos-i your souls, he in tho
'other 'of all linrs. Uo will go to hell, and
bo tho fnthcrof liarB there. Amen. "Amen"
throughout tho congregation.! ,
Iixkual VoriNn im Old Times. Tlio fol
lowing is nu extract from tho laws of Masaa
chusets for KMil, showing how; voting wns
managed in tho oldeu time; 1
It is onlorod by this court and the author
ity thereof, that for tho yearly choosing of
assistants, tho freemen shall use Indian corn
and beans, tho Indian corn to manifest elec
tion, tho beans contrary; and if any freeman
shall put in more than ono Indian com or
bean, for tho choice or refusal of any public
ollicer, ho shall forfeit for overy such offense
ten pounds.
Xecuo Tkauedt ik Mississippi. Wo learn
from a roliablo source that on Saturday night
last a negro man bolonging to Mrs. Mayfieli,
of Horn Laito, Da Soto County, Mississippi,
killed his wifo under the ' following cirotm
stanees: As customary, be proceeded on the
night above named to visit his wife, who lived
on the neighboring plantation of Dr. ilaino.
When he arrived at her cabin he entered it
quietly, and discovered his wife asleep, loeked
in the arms of another negro, l ircdwith rage
and jealousy, he determined to tike the life
of the destroyer of his peaoe, aid with this
purposo in viow, went out and ppioured an ax,
and attaoked, a ho thought, lis wifo's para
mour, but owing to the exmomont unaer
which he was laboring and thi darknoss which
pervaded the room, tbo bio which ho struck
with the ax, instead ot u.-inng tne man, sev
ered tho head from tho boiy of bis wife. Tho
blow awakoncd tho m?n sleeping with her,
who sprang from the bw and made his escape.
Tho outraged husbaid repaired at once to
Hernando and relxtod, substantially, tho
above story, and said that he wished to deliver
himself in custody of the Sheriff. lis was
Memphis
Avalanche
f
Tin: Old FnANKLiN Press. The old press
at which Franklin worked iu Boston on tho
Sea KwjtmA CoiiraM, iu 1 720, has beou pro
served ior more than a century in tho print
ing ollico of tho Newport Mm-nry. Tho
alcrcufwus established by J times franuiin,
brother of tho philosopher, who then owned
and used tho press. It bus recently been
sold, and is now the property of ,fohu 1$.
Murray, of tho firm of John 13. Murray
k Co., bankers, New York city. Mr. Mur
ray is already tuo owner ol ouo press at
which Ronjaniiu Franklin worked in Wntts's
priuliug-houso, near Lincoln's Inn Fields,
London, iu 172,")'-i. This old press Mr. Mur
ray procured in Louden in 1 Ml, und deposited
for aafo keeping in tho United Stated Patent
ollico at Washington in 1M2, whoro it atill
remains. Tho only two presses identified
with the name of Benjamin Franklin are now
under ono ownership, and will bo kept to
gether during tho liletiuio of tho owner, who
will doubtless oviueo hereafter his apprecia
tion of their public valuo by constituting
thcin tho pcrmauout property of tho nation.
limton JoutixaU
CONSmjllKNCK oi Leam.vc Younu Wivia.-r-A
St. r.ouis paper relates tho troubles of it
California gold-sceker who left "ow 5'ork for
ytin Frnjieiseo, thence proceeded to tho
niiueu, worked hard for four years, remitting
to his wil'o in tho Empire city $1,0(10 per an
num all tho time, and liually returned home
anxious to meet tho partner of his life, and
with licr snare a liammomo lurtuuo uc mm
accumulated.- Ho found, however,, that dur
ing his ab3onco sho had married a guy youth,
was tho mother ct' thrco children, and that
all wore living iu St. Louis. Ho wont to
that city and had uu interview With her, with
what rosuit is not stated; but tho ;;(,. Louis
writer thiuks tho incident ia another proof of
tbo folly of loaving n handBomo young wifo
in tho great city ot New York to tho mercy
of fast young mon. fierce moustaches, paten t
k ither boots, choker collars nnd gold chains.
fiSTk polished surface of metal has often
been usod in place of a honoor strop for giv
ing a fine, smooth edge to cuttlory; but owing
to its rigidity it could only corno in contact
with the entire lovol surfaco of the blado, or
edge, of the instrument to be sharpened, ren
dering it less olScieiit for general use thsn
the iioxible lcathor strop. Milo A. Holcomb,
of Connecticut, has patonted nn "Improved
Metallio Razor Strop," in which he conibinos
tbe line, smooth qualities of polished steel
with the flexible adaptation of its surface
any desired angle with the edge of the blade.
Assassinated bt Moemons. Mr. Frank
McNeil, having been rmjustly imprisoned
1857, at Great Salt Lake City, while endeav
oring to reach California, lately instituted
suit for damages against Brigham Y rang and
other Mormons. During the progrojs of his
suit soveral attempts wcra made to kill him,
of which one proved auecessful. Considera
ble excitement was caused by this net among
the Ceutilo portion of the citizens.
-
' Aricv IxTEi.r.i(u:NCE. A gciicrnK.'ourt-iuiir-tialmnt
at Fort Leavenworth on tho llith
inst, tor the trial of sundrv persons under I
arrest. The Court consists of Colonel Brooks,
Second Artillery; Major Wcsnils, Second In
fantry! Captain Von Vlict, ()urter-mastcr'a
Department; Major Martin, Quarter-master's
Department; Captain Barney, Second Artil
lery; Lieutenant Symmes, Ordnance Depart
ment. Lieutenant Haines, Judge Advocate
The Court will be in session several days.
Colonol Brooks, Second Artillery; Major
Wessils, Second Infantry, and Major Martin,
Hncr-mtuicr, arrived at uie ion
on tho th Inst,
Major Donaldson, of the
cl?t
r - - . .
Department, and Major
Brice, of the Pay Department, bad also nr
rived: tho former goes to Xow Mexico, and
the latter is assigned to duty Paymaster
at Fort Leavenworth, relieving Major Long
street, who proceeds to Now Mexico with
Major Donaldson.
Wo learn from the Sioux City Vjx-jIc that the
Brule Sionx are about to doclaro war aud
Fcommenco hostilities against the sottlcuionts
near tho ltunnm,; Water. A man named Dob
son had boen shot and mortally wounded by
them, and much excitement provailod among
the settlers in consequence. They had organ
ized lor protootion, and it attached, will givo
the savages a warm reception.
' Tho Kansas City Journal of tho I , Mb says:
"We loarn that Mr. Dolson, agent for the Shaw
noes, will pay those Indians this wock, Thurs
day, it is supposed i100,Ullo, this boing thoir
Quo, annuity since thoir last treaty, Tho
tuonoy, as usual, will circulate frooly upon the
border, and vory lreoly in Kansiw City and
Westport."
imt;io:sw.i Makruisk t !kkkmo. v.- A mar
riage ceremony of peculiar and interesting
character waii performed in this county on
Friday last. Tho parties were Major Alex
ander Culbertson and iNutowistti, daughter of
the chief of tho liluekfoot Indians. Major
Culbertson is the well-known ludiuu trader,
and was married to his present wifo accord
ing to tho Indian ceremony uouio tiixtecn ur
oevoiitoon ycaris ago, but having lutoly cov
ered hia connection with the American Fur
Company, and settled down to an agricul
tural life near this city, ho was anxious that
the ceremony nii'ht bo performed according
to civilied rites. Tho paiiios havo three
very Intercntiiig children, tho eldest of whom
U about fifteen years of use. .
lba marnaxo wat perloruicd alter tho cere
mony of tbo Cathuliii church, by 1'allicr Scan
Ino, of St. Joseph, Mo. A voty largo number
of invited guests wore proscnt on tho ooea
sion the marriago having taken plaue at tho
Nlojor'.i tosidenca. Amnnj thgut was Captain
.lames lip, a voterao of eighty yours, ora of
the first members of the American Fur Coui-
pny, nnd an nssociata of Major Culbertson
sinao the lattor's connection uith the fur trade,
Like tha Major, Cuptain Kipp has lately
covered his connection with the company, und
has settled down to spend the remnindcr of his
days at Parksville, Mo. Fathor Scanbin is an
old and intimato friend of tho Major's, and
one who bad interested himself iu tho Cathoiio
mission established by his church among the
Elackfoot nation.
Mrs. Culbertson is a lady of fine native tal
ent. She is said to have rendered great serv
ice to Govornor Stevens and Major Camming
(now governor of Utah) at the tirao thev vis
ited the Hlanhfoot country, and made tho
between Van
Peoria
Transcript, Sept. 12th.
yJS Last week a lady traveling from Al
bnny to Dufi'alo hy railroad lost a purse containing
fifty dollars and her bnggago cheek.
Tho car in which she started was loft at
Schenectady, and she did not discover her loss
until after sho bad ohangod cars and tbo train
had left Schenectady. She was in much dis
tress, as hor journey was to extend to Wiscon
sin, and hor entire funds were in the purso.
Dut upon reaching a station near Vtica, tho
conductor of tho train found a telographio dis
patch awaiting him, which announced tho
finding of a purso in the detached oar, and re
quested him to find the owner. He satisfied
himself that the purso found belonged to the
lady, and telegraphed a request for it to be
tent by the next train to Dufi'alo. The lady
waited a fw tours in that city, received her
pur?e, nnd went on her journey rejoicing.
to
in
3 Mr. Spurgeonhas got himself into sad
disgrace with tho London press. At the corc
mouy of laying tho foundation stone of his
new tabernuclo, it seems his deacons Tofused
admittance to every representative of the press,
exoept the gentleman sent by tho Tims. It
found that this was deliberately dono, Mr.
Spurgeon having been much offended by rocent
r.rticlos and paragraphs concerning himself.
clover scene was enacted at tho ceremony.
gentleman went up to tbo stono and put down
notes for 3,(;0n. " There," ho. said, "if any
party or parties will subscribe s much, I will
make it .6,000." Wonderful to say, four
fivo persons stopped forward and made up tho
rcmired amount. Mr. Spurgoou himaolf
oil' with a huiidrcd-peuni noto. How did
happen that all those people hud so much cash
about thorn?
Siit Tii Carolina Fobwsts Dnxi:. The I.itu
rcusvillo (ii. C) JUrakl furitirihes the follow
iu' curious item :
Wo havo uotioeil u couiideruble amount
dead and dying l imber on tlio rosuls in tho
lower portion of th" district, nnd heard accounts
of its extension to a considerable extent
in tint direction. The dying is not con
fined to any particular kind or class of trees,
but flinidl buahes, 111 well as largo trees, show
their dead, yellow nnd withered loaves,
which givu tho -woods rather a sud calico
appearance. Whether or not this is to
attributed to tho lute severe drouth, wo
not know, but it i ascribed generally tu this
cause.
Tin: GrtttAT MiLiT.ur KseAjri'itsjiT ih Mas
sai'hijsutw. Tho three-days' encampment
the Stato Militia of Massachitsotu brokq up
Friday. Among tho most important features
of the proceedings was a review of tbo entire
force by tbo Govornor and tho Legislature, at
tended by Goncr.il Wool and other distin
guished guosts. The column occupied
hour in passin;;. The troops subsequently
formed in hollow aquuro, when tbo Covornor
Introduced General Wool, who was received
with nino cheora and a niluto of nrtillory.
Liiof ope'eohes woro mado by (iovomor Dank,
General Wool und Mr. Tholjis, President
the Senate. '
(ioou llcstoit. tlood humor is the cloar blue
sky or tbo soul, ou which evnry star of talent
will sbiuo moro clearly, and tho bun of genius
encounter no clouds ia its passage. It is
most exquisite bounty of a lino facoj a redeem
ing grace in a bonioly one. It is like tho re
freshing green in tbo landscapo, harmonir.ing
with every color, mellowing tlio glories of
bright and softening the huo of the dark
of tho ploture; or like a flute in a full ooncert
of instruments, a sound, not at first discovered
by the ear, yet filling up tbe breaks in
"rninnnrd nf sweet sounds." with its doen.
concord of aweet sounds.'
melody. ' '
a
jfctTThe Mariposa (Cal.)iStar thus describes
the personal appearance of Horace Greeley :
He does not look like a vegetarian wears
speos declines to drink never smokes sel
dom swears and, among other peculiarities,
seems to bn in a drvil of a bnrry te pet bad;
1 to New York!
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
Noon Dispatches.
From New York.
NEW YORK, September 17.
The steamer Arn'o, which sailed to-day for j
Havre, took out $llU,')li0 in specie.
Tho riot at the tunnel on tho L'rie Head was
in full force this afternoon. No cars had been
permitted to pass, and at last aooounti the
rioters were bard at work blockading the road
more effectually. Tho through mails havo boon
sent" back to this city, to bo disputckod over
tho Hudson IHvcr Hailroad anu New York
Central. At noon to-day two regiments of
New Jersey militia were ordered to the scene
of tbo riot. I'ostuiuster Fowler baa obtained
a roquifition from tho (iovernmcnt for tho dis
patching of troops from this city. Tho rioters,
it is said, have procurod a cannou, which they
have loaded mth spikes, for ujo in ca.io thoy
aro attacked. Ono of tho riugloadors was ar
rested tliis morning.
In tbo United Sutos Circuit Court, in Xow
Jerncy, to-day, J udiro Diokortiou granted two
injunctions in favor of Klias Howe, jr., on bis
sowing-machine patent of 18-16 ono agains'.
CharlebJU.MulIer, and tho othor against James
W. Dutton both of Newark.
From Washington.
WASHINGTON, September 17.
pi oscnt aomplicittud state
uf all'airs at uu J uan, growing out of Oeneral
Harney's movcinunts, rcuires great vara and
caution on tho part cf our (Jovoinuumt to pra
Vont a collision. Tho President, iu auiifoninij
with tiuucral. Scott iu regard to tho mutter,
suggested tho propriety of sending some one
thoro who was less impctuom and moro pru
dent than Uarnny.
Ceiicn l Scott tiL 0111:0 - informed tho Presi
dent that he would go, and a toon as Lis
instructions were prepared ho. would bo
ready to aturt. ;
l'ho iniilriicUuhi. arc parlly prepare 1, and
cou?idored iu Cabinet Council ' yesterday.
Xhcf;' will probably bo completed to-morrow,
and'forwarded immediately to lev York.
Later from Pike's Peak.
ST. LOUIS, September 17.
1
i
I AdNiec-i irom 1 cavcr tty to the tU iul.,
' rcii.'.hed Lbavenwortb. yowerday.
I Ucturns from Dcmer .City and A tnii iu, of
; tho cloctiou on. tiio .'.Hi iiiit., ,L;ivo a majority
i of nine hundrvd and thirty -fhreo against tho
I State (V.itsti'ulio.r nntl in favor of tbo Tcr
j riwwiul oi-:aii;;!-.'i.i,)ii.
I Tim raturu from tho muuritain district!) had
not yet been ro"uived. -
i-afK numoors 01 unnars veio leaving 1110
mountains for ilia val!ey9,in consequence of tho
prevalence of rain and Enow-storms.
Terrible Storm at the East.
NEW YORK, September 17.
A storm, which set in last night from tho
north-cast, has continued with groat violonce
all day. But littlo damago thus far, however,
is reported, but to tho bark JUflrcy AVen, from
Buenos Ayres, which dragged her anchor in
th9 Bast Hiver and went uaiioro on Governor's
Island. This afternoon a fivo-story wnrehouso
in progress of erection, cn Duane-strcst, ws
partially Mown down, demolishing a houso ad-
' aad liuryiag tue inmates in tno rums.
.isimng
.Several have been rescued badly in jured, anl
others are believed to bs under tho rubbish.
Fire at Troy.
TROY, N. Y., September 17.
j A largo brick building on Ida Hill, owned
by the Citato of Bem.imin JUarsnall, and ocou
piod by tho Troy Hosing Company and tho
Empire Machine Company, was partially de-
strojed by tire at ten o'clock this morning.
; The buiMing was filled with goods and valua
ble machinery. Loss estimated at .5,000; in
sured in New York, Philadelphia and Hartford
companies. The fire originated in consequence
of ono of the hands putting cotton in the
stove.
Strike.
NEW YORK, September 17.
A strike of men working on tho New Voile
and L'rio tunnel, at Bergen, N. J., took place
yostorday in crmscqucnco of tho non-payment
of vajjas. The laborers obstructed tho traok
and stopped all trains. The military was held
ia roaciiness for orders, but it being impossible
to find tho ShorilT tho trocps weio dismissed.
The strikers remained victorious.
United States Fair.
CHICAGO, September 17.
A
or
Tho fair clo.?cd to-day, and was, peeuniarly,
a perfect success. Tbo total receipts were
about forty thousand dollars. To-day was de
voted to the exhibition of trotting-horses. Tho
citi.cn.s' purso of ono hundred dollar was
taken by "Ike Cook," a Cbioago horso.. Time,
2:2S!a. "Hor Tomplo" and ."Princous''
woiu not entered.
From St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS, September 17.
uf
corge V. Allicrtou, who bas beou on trial
yesterday and to-day lor cuibczaling lift y-thrco
ihoutiuvd dollars from tho Southern Hank of
this city in April last, bau been convicted and
souUmcad tu live, years' imurieouruunt in tbo
pcaileutiury. A motion tor a now trial will bo
mado ou Mondpy.
Movements of General Scott.
WASHINGTON, September 17.
General Rcoll left here yesterday afternoon
for Xcw Yorlr, and will fail in the stcotner if
the 2iith inst. for tho Faeilie. '
Billiard Match.
CHICAGO, September 17.
A mutch gaino of billiurdM between' Fholnu
aud Tieuiau to-d;iy, of five hundred points,
resulted in favor of tho former.
of
on
of
the
tho
the
Pure, Still & Sparkling Wines,
JANES E5&ELEY.
Has mum-vert Ms VIM E CBLLAlt to No. IU 1IASI -UOXOtiTKBKT
above Thjnlstrwt. iv
lESlMICIALLY TRKAT3 DISRASMS OF
-B-U rill! 13K1N, KUHUMATI8M, DISEASIM Ol'
WOUKS, and such Cbroulo complain It. as may bo
bonrfitltdbytlu lljKjonio and Almernthle syslem
of his ullke. ' '.- '
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Artienlc, Mercury, Twr
kislt, Bussian uud !it u-tM-Clwiulcal- Baths, a Din
pensary of jrcdicino, and every niSDiier of IJlcctiic
and Magnetic Arparntu. -
KO. 67 'h'9I SIXTH-KTK EE'X.
Ca-Offlco liours V A. M. to S P. M. atfl'Mit
FINE WINKS, FdiANDIKS, i'. JOHN
HATKSbn on liund nu extensive stock of line
Sherry, Port, Mndorla, Clnrit, (Hiamjn and '
tnwhi Wines. Also, linn Bruudies, Jauiak-a Num,
Holland Gin and other Liuuors, which h wariiurtu
Hue uo, tot tbe bunt quality. For sub-, Mtioiml Tiica
hv Build inn, Sycamore-stroot. . sepli'
Gas Fixtures,
AT It EDUCED PRICES.
WE HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST
variety and best selected asxorrruent of Gas
fixtures In Cincinnati, consisting of ail that Is new
or desirable in the Qas Fixture line.
We warrant eTery E'ixture wo sell to be tonal, both
in nmtorini and iluieh, to any that in sold in tills o
any other market, and In addition will giiamnt'S
tlioni to retain their color nnd renmln perfect fu'tlvi
years front the time they are put up by us.
tJiill,so, nniiexamlnunurstock, ,
MeUENlir ft'Ai:SON. '
jyil-Kio . tfiz Main aHi-t, im-K-iirth.
RATES OP. ADYERTI81NU
' jtr;U. ft'Jilic...
T.. titrort Mments tnsnted at to louowm
ratee, for sijlure of ten lines or leas :
One Insertion. . ...0 MJ
Kach additional inBrUon.- 'J
TWO ' ..f....MMM. .......... ).n-t. 3 -
n-l. . I, . uu...u.ri.MM.. 4
One montlifc.
.... 5 0
BUSINESS CARDS.
A" K DERSON A HANNAFOEDjArclittect - ;
JUuehester Building, '
S. W. corner Tbird and Pyeainore ts.,
ivl ci;.'c:n3ati, ouw. .
Msidiso lHpuse,
I WAI.V TIIEKT, r - '
BETWBEH PROXT , M 8EC0KD, CI2CINHATl.
Fi P. CAlllLLt Proprietor. ; 1
Book Bindiiig-
IU Altl. ITS BltAKCUKS,'' K0." 8 EAST
. .urth-tiwl, between Mniii aiidt ,yeii!UOM, !
iiatiHtt.
'jHrKd-biudluffiii every stile, il'wlo liooks neat-
i-;rrti.ii...,.i C. CKDFl'Jtit.i.
C. OKOPI'EB.'
I jy Jti-Sai ! . . .
i
D. DE FOrXEST,
Hook Binder nnd raper uiuti, ,
Third story Times Building, will do alt work Iu hi
lino with ueatuess and dispatch. - jyJt- ,
eirwiAMwlLiiAMsoN,
CAt tio old aUnd of I'ullou, KatReW 4 Biown,
" WHOLESALE GROCERS '
JSv. W XTt&X BEt'OUD ST
. , CtwnSSATl, ,
je' urriJt.aM,fi"nierlyol I'ullan, UatUeldft Cry?
UM.B.WIIUUMSOM. . "jTrL . . -
BUIIDINCr lUMBEE, LATH,
BBlNGLKbY KtO., HO. . ';
., 371 I'inm Mlrert, CiutMnnBll, Ohio-.
i:n-fin"
N. II. t'ORHTEU THlllD A- HACK WIS.,
j 01II01MM ATI, OHIO. ,.
Oi-ders promptly nttended to. ; .,n..11'-.
b.'Kit'tredge & CO.
134 MAIN UritKUr, CINCINNATI, O.
j KITREDGE&.FOLSOM, 7
49 at. Charles struct, New Orleans, hs-i ,
iwvotteio of Oun& At Sportins Aparu
Ai, .j 111511.113 I GOW VCWDBB.
Ii. BYIj J CO.,
CILKANIIRS OP : SINKS AND YAULXij,
J No '.-j hi-itli-struel, het-.M-u Muu and ' ,'"
m.iv tHVor usnb tlietr troutmo,wuTolyonpnni
tunlity aiuUfv .-ices. ; ..
ENGRAVING, ' ' ' -:
' II Y:tS2 VOl llTTI BTItrtKT. ' :
COOJt M.ATK9, CAfiO OASES, tsTATJOlyKM,.
etc.; etc., ctc .
JEWELEY.
Ei. P. EI. IAS'
New Wholesale .
WATCH ft'JBV
16 West Fourth Street,
Vfhere can be had every article apjortainina tu tha
Business at a much less price, for CASH, than -b&s
ever before boon offered in this narkct. ' '' '
GIVE U S A CALL0
Am! two for yourselves. ' ' . "M,
VVM
VVHITAKER.
JEWELUIt. ,
Ko. M' N. 33. Cor. Fifth ud Lodge streets, lietweu
Walnut a:id Vine, ClnclnoKti. '-,.
Agood ansortmentof BlLVKUaud i'LAT fcl w Alii,
SPKL'TACLS, etc.. kept cunstsntlyon hand.
Special sttentlon ftlten to Cleaning and KoriiirniS
WRtctji's bud 'ewHry 1 ",TI"; "
BJEGGS & SMITH, Wo. 6 West ItH St.
ARB NOW RECEIVING ADDITION!! 10
thoir larfo assortment of Watches, Jewelry
Silverware and Diamonds.
ALSO ' ' ' "!
A fine assortment of Plated Tea Sots anil Cutlery
and Opera (ilassou. - K
"" DENTAL CARDS. 2"
I3R. M. ROGERS. '
DBNTIST,
OF I.OKG KXPEUIENCE IN THIS CITY,'
(jiliicc, No. 81 , He vchth-street ,
THIKD BOOB WEST 01 VW,
M118-mnt ..-.:.,' OINOIK H AXI ,
, lirvSAI.b.
BON 8 A L L
'II. a. nuiru
SMITH,
DENTISTS,
lib West stlxtn.t ret 1 , '
. CINCINNATI.' Wl-vA
No,
(Succestior to Knuvdtou T;itt
dentist;
Nu. 53 We t Vcurth St., bet. Walnut Sk Viun
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
jeL'l-cm -I -sod
I. L. IIAMLCK.
. Urs. MEOM
v. n. skiti.
SMITH,"-
Ko.; Went Vvurtli St.,, ......
m. S. WARDLK. "
B If . 1? I S T
Offloe No. 138 Wesi lfourin' olreei,
OIUOINNATI.OBIO ,
H
s.win slow;
KO. J31 bVCAUOBilSTBEliT, llKr.OVV DITIH,
jy?j-rin 1 " . , ' OmciNNATt.
siiiiil mim sin m n ksom sm
MEDICAL ' CARDS.
Lit. J.
WILSON'S Offico59 West I'ou'rlh-
'ruauicil
oases coiuoion tqiijviules. The Doctor' ions expu
rienco and nwmiliseovry in the treatment Of lho
above disottsas.cioi not tail toKivountirus.itirlallon.
The Vootor is iifeiit foraEtU'opeanl'cm.lis)ithly
i'ill; price $1 and two sijinirw- ,. . , ytulC-vu
' OSLet, 80 West SeventlP fitr"et,
' BlTfTII Vltfl AT? t KAOft. 305
O. E. NEWTON, ' M. D.
Ornct 11 o. 'JO Weat Sevunlh Btrcot. botwoeu Vine
snd lis'-e. Besipckcii Jio. is beventli. street, b
weon Walnut and Vine, Omot, llouui 7t to
p . M.s if a p n.i 7 to.H.p m , 7
y.aAaatKtia u. . , . t. suusnraia.
' Uauafaoturera, of n .!, lf,
The Celebrated I'Ment Combined
COOKING STOVES,
For WOOD or COAL. The most convenient, kco
nomical and dnrablo Cookimt Stovs ever Invented,
fjr Bteamboats, Hotels, Hoataurauts and Prlvatu
Boness. Cooking and boilimt water ior wash and
bath rooms, in larao quantluts, in aw adjoiukiK
apartment by the same fire. -
n'nrerooms, Hit Main si., Cincinnati.
' Bisriits Tjiannfcrare and sell those BTOVBS
jnayneseoureaouapjucauouto the jroprMtors, at
sep7
V1TILLIAM H. BALD WIS", ATTOSHBY
7, . n J"""';" T"w, fiKase's Wnildlnf
Thir.lstrat.t.adoOMliaitof Mai,,.., ,.,.,.;. ,1,1
h 1 1 .
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