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OOBHEB SIXTH t TIM 8t CINCINNATI.
J 0M A. Iluuk, Jb.....Bo1o Lessee and Manager,
' lU-e-gmiiaMnt, for threintgbti only, of thou
talented arila. a, ,
The Star Sisters Lucille and Helen.
tItl(Wc1nM(lo KVHMNO, September 21, will
be prueated ths wall-known drama of
. BaTAN IN l'AUIS.
u""i IHIm bui-U'o.
'rLu.na.na. Mr. Lauicilnn,
- J1"!!"6' Mf- Bond.
J?'",1 - --Mr. Hall.
M lie Nantelle jjisa Anule Wulio.
Madame doLucdT.I Mrs. Gilbert.
. , Favorite Dane .....Manhall Children.
To conclude with the calbratad HUatral scene
, . TnnTIlRHB FAST MBN.
Jenny Falrlove His Ini-lllo.
P"',iV Miss Helen.
Jirry Bloautn...,.... jtr. AiUms.
ii" ....... Bl r. Hall.
Mal... Mind Funny lienhsm.
WTThegreatdrama of "Tho Carpenter of Boaon"
will shortly bm produced.
Doori open at 7; Curtain rises at 7M o'clock.
Paicannr ADMiamox-Dresn Circloaud Pamuette,
SOrents; Gallery, 25cents.
gNo free llit.
Cut. 11. Bib....
IH? QEEAT BLONDIX !
For Tbreohts Only.
OOMMENOINr i,nhnDir 'VPVIvr
TTpon whleh oeoaalon Mona. BiwnTN m ...
mil njm BtUlit-rope hi celebmlwSvo,,!1'1 n,?
Dajioe, the miraculous tilt Dno, H3 ,'''
lotions, Bnmmer.anlts, Ac and wincludhi,)?
Inir thft ANr4i.fi. nn Mnn ff rturirv .. mi 1 ' 1 Ul
t the wond.rful fcata recently perform,,! ovo? the
f hi llltllT f n o a rvm m f V 1. a.. . a - i r l .... . w
af Xv A fj KIN (V IN A 8 A 1 J k 1 wl"
' Ibi porl'ormanoo of the availing to commence Kith
A FAVORITE FARCF,
In which the highly -popular
Hi and Una 1I ni
.... Uu mn. iifluj vuapiuaii,
And other talented Artlita, will appear.
Pn'CJs or AnaxaiOK. -Parquett ? 4'lrote, Pnratiotta
XCan.iciaCh,llr,,U Un" 10 K
' fj nKrtBRnT, Tr.imirer
JST.Si'T! OTtt " 7 o'eock; PeVroriiunri to
ME. AND WES. SHANK PRESENT
i r.n.i r, 'i "mj'-i aniigftirietnpn
t .. t w ' Ii r"Pf0 '1'11' announce to thorn
mh ABSi'VTKEU'f !.duU" ' ,Uelr profe,l()B
.T1iJ!.nn?'.2'i,hen,.,0,n.to ',,in cl: !
"'dL'y the pupil v.,a loat to him. In
Sniil. mMr.t,llsc''"l'acof gentlnnw who.n
pnHnemomoi'Inling'Ui.ni.nta often tnterlVro wlih
tnolr punctual atts' ilaiictt. our nrriiiiirm.ttt I. ii...
Mcheta ar puroha-n-ii, one of which in dellr.ired at
nch loii.on, and o .ti he ummI during the whole soaion
W Olrculara may be had at thlr Aoademy.
PALACE GAKDEN & VABIEXrus".
E1TBA ATTRACTION !
8U TALENTED PKUtOR-HHIta,
Captain Heater's Cornet Sand.
PiomtaiulaConcarti, from 7 uulll I o'olouk, In the
Variety entertain nest, from I nntll 11 o'alork, In
Ike Conoert Saloon.
nUTTSiS PAKOR AmTa
nw Teatamont an -J iho r.nnil of I'nlcatlno
Will boexhllil"dTniy PTiMilnii lur tw weks at
THE MKMIKKnN HALT,,
Pommenclnn TO.JIOItltOW EVENING, Sept. n, and
n WetJneBday anil Knturday utternoou..
TIckHaM cfnti; Children un'ler telToypar lo.
Liberal arranntjuian til mndewitUachuoli. neDll.wt
LARGEST llLE LIVING.
THE TJNDBRSIONED Willi EXUIBIT
at ail the Coi'ktt lima In Omo and ifiniaxA,
the lamoat Mule known in tUa world,
19H Hnnili IMau-Wellw l,33 Pound,
I'lve Ycuri Old.
Waa railed by fr. M'Cann. of Favftto Cnnntv. Ky.
Will be exhibited by E0. W. FltOoT.
THE OYSTER TRADE.
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WRfT FIPTH-STREET.
THE SUBSCRIBER 13 NOW RECEIV
ING dally, per Kiprcii, hln upleniid Ovitcri.
Ilnvlng completed arrangementH In Baltimore, on
the moat extenelfe ecnle, I will at all tlrmw during
the leaaon be prepared to furnish my triond., "nTirl
llio rent of mankind," with tho most JEt,ICIOUS
BIVALVES imported to ilia Quacri CitT. Non hut
the yerj beat lnirted. Great liulucomenti oflVnd
Order liollclted and promptly filled. Trm nnsli.
epllrf Bole Imporifrrind Proprietor.
CSSJtJr1 Sciced Oysters.
. &W PIt:K.LEI OYSTERS
flTIHE RIIRSOBIRltll TS NflW HHMKIV.
INaDAItY.hTthe A lam Bxpr.it, MALT
BY 8 world-reuuwned Baltluiora
Fresh Can, Kej and Shell Oysteri.
. a 110
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Depot, UWeat Fifth-atreet.
OYSTERS! FRESH OYSTERS
v nAvn nrnUMRMfpn vnn arrn ami
BON tbeule of J. B. MAHN OO.'S. imperlof
raw freeh oyitir. J. TiHlD,
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Ontert enoktd Inaauperioritjleatouruaunlmod
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atain.) Olncluastl. Vaetory at Prorldinca, Ithoda
klaii. NittyiMMeiydwwaif. itpliaa
VOL. 2. NO. 27.
MOKNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1859.
PB ICE ONE CENT.
Arrivals of Trains.
I.HDI!ArOLll A Cl!tCnt!IATt-5:40 A. J:3S F. M.i
Cincinnati, II amiitoh awn Vxrtotr: is a. b.; 10-47
a. H.; ft:4u p. at.; 10:10 1. u,
pii'" Ml, 7:30 ' 1:30 ..;":1 P..;10:U
Mabiitta anp CtNot!tHATt-10:2O a. it.; 0:15 r. t.
OuiOANDHiaaiMiFFi ?:iaa. .;:riRp. a.;iH
UoyiNQTva ani IiixiitaTO!(-lO:20A. n.i l-Mr, a
Departures of Trains.
Ij""l. Ao OtaioiSNATi 4:80 A. a,; 1J:M
Oinoinnati, Hamilton kun Dattok IndlRnapolli
and (,lCTeland,6:oiiA. M.;:-.andii8ky 3Iall,onA. a.;
Sandusky, 4:3(1 f. .: Accommodation, 0:110 a .
htni. Muii t'leveiand anil Hitslmtt, :im a. a.;
Uereland, PitUburii and Ihiiialr,rt::-M a. Colum
tins Apnommodntion,4Mll p. u.i Cleveland, Pitta
bnrdand Bnllalr, (1:30 F. ' '
Ouio and Missismppi-St. houia, 9:uo a. a.; Lonli
II1o,2:00f. .;8t. Louis, ai p. a. '
PlTTiBDBO.COLDJIaOB AND CwclNHATI (HtCllbonTlllC
iSHI -,l".,).,,,'wt F ""t-treot I)opot-:oo A- .t
B.IHI A. M., 11:41 F. V.
OiavRi.ANn, Columbus ami Cincinnati Emt JTont
tret-i:i)A. m.;4,30a. m.; 11:311 p. a.
Cincinnati anoMabhtta msa. m.;3:30f. m
Owtbal Oio-From aat Front-street I)epot-:
COVINOTON AND Lr.XINOTON-SlISA.M.i 2:30 P. H.
NEWS AND GOSSIP.
. JEx-Prejident Van Burcn is writing his
Life and Times.
fIt ta estiitialil thnt tho teiopra p3i cud
off a million per year of poataje recoip i.
Piua the Ninth win verv ill ,.a
fined to the palace from Brjhljielaii.
efProfesaor JLg&sau: etuharkad at L1er
poul on the 10th inat., and will arrive in Ilo
JMr. Stown it in England., prcpnring
her lust work, "The Minislor's Wonin?," (or
publication. It will appear in October.
Col. Bruno Von Nutmuar. of nllhuiaicr
notoriety, nan neon otlorcd a eommisticn in tir.a
Liberal army of Mexico.
,plBT"Dela-nii Smith, late United States Sen
ator from Oregon, la about to start a newspaper
to bo called the Oregon .eior?.
riT'Privite letter from Tuscatiy appk of
f be alftrining Mine's or SI inbeth B.irrnt t Drown
ing, the greatest liring poete. in England.
All department of tho Onvernment of
Canada have been renovod to Quebec, Ihn
future Feat of the Qorernment.
F The new opera-house at S. Louis win
opened on Thursday evening by tho Pared!
troupe, with II Trovatar.
jpa-The gentleman who lOod upon cere
mony bus lost his footing, an d now Cnda that
he baa slipped out of a very pliant oirolo.
9-D )otor Smethurst, who wan eonvkted
of poieoning Mian B:inkey, nesr London, and
tentenoed to bl hung, bai been reunited by
the Queen. 1
Ha-Ton't ytjn Rnished poaliog that fish
yet, Satu!" "Ko, master, 'tis a very laige
one." " Why.jou havi had time tonoale a
JSatmo hrothora narued Matterd, residing
in Hanover Gountv. V.... hurl . hl,,n,W lUhr: on
Saturday. Thev ahnt anrl nut each nther ao
dusp'.rately that neither Is oxpeoted to reoo rer.
jg4The eighth Annual fuir of tho IdhI!-
ana btata Agricultural Association em
inences e.t ITuw Albany next Monday, ilml
continues throughout tho week.
afl-Tha R07. John Edgar, D. I)., one -of
the moat diitiaijuislied clnrgymen In the Pii i
byterian Church, in Ireland, is on hii way t o
visit this country.
jf-Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mattbows art
about to take a trip to the United States,
where Jthey are eo popular. They will oome
by the Ortal Eaittrn. .
p!T Ex-President Fillmoro, it is stated, is
about to niako a tour of tho .Vow England
States, and while ia Now Hampshire will be
the guent of Ex-Prcaident Pierca.
The ew Orlean. iVoocna says that, all
along the railroads completed in Texas, lan As
have been enhanced iu value one huudrmi
per cent., while production b as boon stimu
lated to a Btill greater iucreaf e.
fST A new iron passeng jy car for the Bos
ton and Worcester Railrot.d will boou be
placed upon that road. U is lighter than the
wooden ceva, and will ettiud u. s'omah with
SfTThe artesian well at Columbus Is now
two thousand two '.umilrcd and QCtoein feet
deep, and progresei'.ig dowuward at the rate of
six feet per day. 'The nuyor has been in lime,
stone rock for the, last one hundred feet.
;St3Tho Dayton Journal lavs the recent
rains have done wonders tor thiicorn. The
rr.nst despondent, heretofore, ct ieerfully tes
tify to the fine prospect Mint :e so gauernl.
It will all bo right yet.
H-Howes & Cushing;-! TJn'ited States Cir
cus Company Hre performing under a tenl in
Irelund, traveling thrr.mih. tlw country, and
compelled, for the wan t of tavern accommoda
tions, to encamp nl every plsws where they
jSSTn an artleTe upon di.imonds, in Marptr't
iiagrmiiu, it is ijVited that tho best quality of
silox which en 'era into the composition of tihe
admirable iruitAtions of diamonds made in
Paris, is fn'jnd in Rhode Island, and is ex
ported to I'rsnce for that jiurpot.
jS-Sf J.ioto'is in New York nre doing a rush
ing business. The St. Nicholas, for three
wcolis past, averaged in (luily arrivals sonie
tliinir li'no 7(10 guest; the Mctropolils.u 500
or tliliji the Lafnrge, nay SOI); the Ne,v York
Hotel 400 or 500.
.3A man us mod Wilson successfully
crossed the bottom 'of the Schujlkul River,
from the east to the w'st Lank, Dear Phila
delphia, on Thursday, in RHubiruirino armor.
The exhibition nttt acted on i tnme use con
course of spectators,, teu thousaind, probably,
pfF"lt is said 'toatthe first lima a horse
ever trotted in public in Ameri ca for a staka
was in 1818, wlien a nintch wa jnada for
$1,0110 that no h jree could be p oduced which
could tret a mijein Ihrt minulii. A horsi)
mimed "Ilosto a Blue" won the etake, con
trary to general expectation, by trotting the
mile in a fowi jecomia lest than "the j.irea cribed
Sr-TThe Loudon Knew f tho d loimul
sjuem of Inland is to reruiain in abryai we fi.r
the piesent 9 DUt a new ooiuage is to L'e I U'ued.
The metiil to be employed is of a bronie, con
sisting of ninety-five parU copper, four p
tin, and one part line; svid theweiiht of tbe
new ooi.tt will hardly exowed one-thi.rd tlat
the obi. Upon reeoining one-fourtlh of the
oopper, no w in cireulatian a pa-ollt olf 161,000
will 'm reikliied.
."Frorn all parts of fAe Souther. a ootton
growing ivgion wo hat e ths pre imU m
another large crop, e vou larger thai a tb at
the year closing 3lst Augtnt, which yie Ided
1,851,431 bules. .1'he weal her in n arly all
tie sections of the. cotintrv is favora ble. . nd
appearance now indicate tv yield euceed ing
four millions of b ales, whioh, at fifty dolL irs
a bale average, w ill yield two hund red m il
lions of dollars. The increiise of ci mtum P-
tion seems to outrun the hireo inorease
production, so aji lar.t full ijj. prUa is untie
NEWS AND GOSSIP. OUT-DOOR AMUSEMENTS---CRICKET.
UNION CltlCXKT-CWB QROUNIIS, BAST
WALKUT HIUS, K9AS COOl'l NDRSKKT.
President. JonntbuU ilattersley, K. 240
Fice-Prttidtut. Thomas B. Whoelilon, at
ILuria's, currier of Fillh and Mnin.
IlKirding oVeretory. J. S. Bnkfr, Newport.
Uarnmpimdmg .Vfe a'ari. M. T. Williamson,
at Anton k VVo idnut'a, Pearl, near Rion.
Jrrnwrtr.-- W. H. Conlidge, eoruer Fifth
Standing t'nmmiitce. N. VV. West, Samuel
Harv y, B- Buckley.
The ticcurrenee of a viiiit to tho United Stutes
of a pmty of trained orioke'ers from Bughnd,
to eng igtf in a match witn a Now Turk dob, is
one worthy af directing the American mind to
this special open-air amusement and manly
OFFICERS. CRICKET IN ENGLAND.
It is a sport in the highest favor in Bng'nnd,
iind hua produced eomeof the finest specimens
of well-developed men in that Inland. There
ire clubs in each county, and the best man of
i.M'h olub bocomes a memher of a represonta
Ivoelubat London, oonstituting an ussocia
tlon of the best orickoters for the time being in
Bngland. Thereare twnsuoh clubs thaOld Bo
l .id and the United Old Eagliind from whioh
nr. I'etailed the italegaiion wlili h has accepted
the oi'iiller.ge of tho New York and Canada,
gricket elubs. There has been rocetitly formed
i'n Lona'on, another club, called tbe New Old
itnglacd, whloh, in due time, will, no doubt,
nsfuuiean jufiuoiitiiil position.
CRICKET IN CINCINNATI.
About Wean years agn oricketinj was in
troduced as a sport In Cincinnati, and two
olubs were foitned, one named "Queen City,"
of which Joniu'.han ilattersley was a leader,
will the "Wottorn," of whioh Mr. (J. W.
Brooki was a Ivadlna member. For awhile
the pport and ovnte.t was animated some
English bowlers and batters In our midst giv
ing a great oharaourr to the game at this point,
but both elubs were diifolved finally, and a
r.ear organisation li now la active training;
this is the
UNION CRICKET CLUE OF CINCINNATI
Now three years aotively engaged in tho
sport, of whioh Mr. Jonathan Uatrerslcy iu
President. Xhoy have suitable grounds under
lease on East Walnut Hills, a short distance
beyond Coik's Nursery, whon they play
every Wednesday and Saturday. They have
wade an application to the English players to
accept of an invitation to visit Cinoinunti. A
liberal contribution to meet all expenses of
the guests would, no doubt, be paid by our
citiiens. We have witnessed the playing of
J the Union Club, and the members are noted
I i' i v ' - (T . 1. : K 1 1 Bn4 Mfitlammlir iirtltrt.av
and the rules of the olub forbid any of the
exolting or angry personal contests frequently
iikluced by contestants. All have to yield to
the decision of an umpire.
THE HEALTHY GAME OF CRICKET.
Indulgence in physical reoreationi and
amusements is not to be terminated with tho
nei'iod of youth. In advanoed and middle life
it is of the greatest importance to health to
relieve- the tasked hrain, to soothe and compen
sate the- drudgery of your current labors, and
to btinir into exercise innje pun 04 your ujiw
,..i.. r.o. i and intellcot which professional
duty has loft unoecupied. To young man of
city ei'peoiailj, whose frames requirs
regular and brtolflg exereise, those out-of-door
recreations which give exersise and amuse-
are ' indispenable. As employers of
clerks we would prefei' to allow them half a
dav twice a week, to pcnd on the erioket-
sround. than to have JiW Hervioja at less
The Mississippi River.
The Misaisaiuni Rier is three thousand one
hiindrnrl and aixtv miles lonit, and originates
on continental high lands at an elevation of
flftecn hundred aud teventy -five feet above the
level of the Gulf of Mexioo. Its moan descent
is 0 fraction over five inches per mile. It has
tour principal cataracts, namely, the Nalwa,
Kakaiicnnio, Pagsgaman, ana ttunna, or ot.
This river wai a long time in being explored.
De Soto found and crosd it from the prosent
area of Tennessee to Arkansas, In 1740. After
his death, the followingyear,Mucuso descended
it, with the miserable remains of his army, to
I he Gulf. Buf nothing wts known of its
origin. Iu 1078 Mutquetta diseovered It at
tbe mouth of the Wiseensin. Bat the French
rinlnred it hitther than tbe river St.
P rancis, which Is not far above St. Anthony's
EhIIs. British colonial times were noi iavor
nble to expl orations. Carver, in 1 77 B, was the
only man who traveled to this qxarlor, and he
did not exceed the limits of the French.
Jefferson, on' the acquisition of Louisiana,
inmioiirnted n better system. He dispatched
Lewis nnd Clark to explore the Columbia and
Liout. Xebulon Pike the Mississippi, riae leu
bis encainfment In M lesoun on the ninin 01
August, 1804, at least tnree montna too laie in
the season to aooompllsh bis ohjeet. He pro
eeeded about one hundred and twenty miles
above tbe fall of 8t. Anthony, when wintor
arrested him. The river frtia early In October,
nnd snow euvered the whole eountry. Going
forwnrd on snow shoes, Be obtained maps iroui
the British factors, on which the source of the
river is, erroneously, plaeod in Turtle Lake an
error which was published, with his narrative,
at Philmielphia, in 1810. This was early sup
posed to be wrong, and the government, after
a few had passed, directed further explo
Ths Oi.dmt Church m Auxbica. It was
built in 1681, in tbe town of Hingbam, Mass.,
and ia itill oocupied as a plaoe of worship.
The bell-rope haugs down In the middli of the
honse, where It was plaoed In order that the
bell might bo rung Instantly to glv alarm of
any sudden Indian Incursion. There sre many
of thi old-fashioned square pews in the house,
inclosed by what resembles more a high and
substantial unpainted fence than any thing to
be seen in a modern church. The frame is of
nk, and the beams are huge and numerous.
The aid home is rood for two hundred years
more. This old ohareh hat an old pastor, the
Rev. Joseph Richardson having praaihed ia it
for -fty-thrM jkm.
r.itcs, tbetr bodies and minds "on bin 'J
oribb'd ooiifinsd," by constant aiplication.
We ttut thatCinclniiatl printers will start a
Saturday Cricket Club. ' la nix months their
elear heads and sound bodies will dumunitratn
tbe vulue of the Rirreeuhlo exercijo. Count the
prupriotura of th e Ps a nt P r ksb sn partici pators.
WHAT IS CRICKET?
The appamtui required iu double-wiriket,
which i the truegnmeof eriekel, is a hall,
bale ami wickets. The ball is quite pnlid, to
keep it from bouncing, as in t-iwii-null (lay
ing, and weighs five and a hull' ounces, and
measures nine inches iucircniiifereiiort. Th
bat is about thirty-eight inches long nrid
about four inches broad iu tha widest port.
The "Unions" have bats imported from Kug
land, made of willow, the handle sometimes
inlaid with a strip of whalebone to give it
spring. Tho wickot consists of three stumps,
or straight rods, twenty -seven inches high.of
equal thickness, to prevent the ball from
passing through, stuck in t row in tli
ground at each end of a space twenty-two
yards apart, on an open, -well-shaven green,
which is level, and iron from stones and
shrubs, dry, and of sufficient dimensions to
allow of a good blow to the ball and run.
Th4 Drm. There are dressing-rooms on
the ground where the metubers fit theainalveH
with their light, and easy clothing, suitable
for this game. The bluotlMnnel jacket, whit
flannel pauts, and red cloth cap, with rim to
shade the eyes, give the parties on the field
a dashy, American, red, white and blue appearance.
position. We eali ut-on our young and middle
our pged men to engage at once Iu this healthful
and aiausiog sport. Tbo oommittee of Union
Club have eorresponded with clubs at Clave
ment lund, Cbiongo, Detroit, Pittsburg and St. Louis,
and expect to obtain their best pluyers for an
expected rastob. of twenty-two westerns with
I the eleven picked mon of England.
Dressed ini to tha field, the party, six, eight
or ten on each aids, take their places, their
shoes shod to keep from Hipping, their hands
covered with a glove to protect the flogors
from a ebanse creak from the ball, aud tbe leg"
girt with a oork gunrd for a similar purpose.
there Is a line on the ground even with tbe
wtcket, wnlon is oalled the bowling-oreine.
Four feet four inohes in front, and parallel
with it, is th pnpping-orease. The game is
determined by the number of runs made in two
innings by eaoh player, the party gaining the
greater number of runs being tbe viotor. Au
individual taken from one party is appointed
ooif'ar; his duty la to bowl his ball towerd
the opposite wicket, whioh, If hit, puts the
player out, An individual from the opposite
party is appointed bailor; hit duty is to stand
wita bid bat placed witn its tip on tbe ground
at the poppiug-crease, and to oppoao the pro
gress of the ball, or to prevent it knocking
down his wioket. Ho must also endeavor to
strike the ball smartly, so as to send it to s
distance on the field. The field is in charge of
the party to whioh ths bowler belongs ; these
are termed field-men, or field-keepers, and euoh
has an appointed plaoe, from whioh ho takes a
peculiar designation, via : wioket-keeper, long
stop, snort tup, long slip, point, cover point,
mid-wicket or long field off, long leg and short
leg. If the ball, when struck or tipped by
batter, is caught, ho is out ; if tho wicket is
knocked down while batter is off bis ground,
he is cut, There are numerous rules laid down
for the direction of the game, whioh we need
not gico in this article.
The preceding view represents the field cur
ing a cricket matob, with ths plavers in proper
Professor Maury's First Marriage.
Mf. Willis, in the Burnt .ArtimoJ for last
week, rel&'as a curious lucident in the life ol
Lieutenant Maury. It appears that the Lieu
tenant, In earlier years, had visited thePaciOc
Islands, and mastsredome of the dmleots of
the natives. On one occasion a young Prince,
whose attire consisted principally of her long
tresses, came to tbe ihip and declared she was
sent on amission by her father and his tribe
to offer her hand to the youug Lieutenant. In
order to pay due respect to this friondly offer,
tho commander of the vessel ordered young
Maury to proceed with the du-ky d.iuisel in a
boat to shore, to make every as-urance ol
amity between tbo United States and Europe,
get rid of espousing the Princess if he could,
but on do acaount to make any such rejection
of tbe proposed honor as would lead t.i a mis
understanding. Maury, with tbe Princc.-s,
proceeded to land in a small bout, the lady
leaping out beforo they reuehed the island and
swimming to theshoro. Alter some hesitation,
Maury, on landing, left tbe boat and prooeeded
to the chief's bungalow.
It was some Utile distance inland, and, on
arriving, he found be was considerably ex
pected. Thare was every 1'ppearanee of prep
aration for a festivity, tbe tables spread fcra
royal banquet, and the fruits and drinks In
abundant prodigality. The ohlefs were already
in a state of excib'ment, which precluded all
explanation or modification of plans. There
was nothing to do but to yinld to eircfin.n.in
ees. lie must many (a la O why bee and (be)
to keep the peace and protect the ooiuirc ol
Tbe delays were sppnrently inconsiderable.
In a short time, the ruuaway bride appeared
dressed in all manner of PatiCe ornaments,
and attonrled by hor mother and a bevy of
sister islandressej. The Commodore was cither
not expected, or not missed; Ihe ceremony was
perferuied (what there wns of 11) with only
native witnesses, and "things proceeded as
For the remaining winter months the slnnp
was anchored at the earns island, and Prinoe
Maury, of course, had a nice opportunity to
become acquainted with the manners and ons
toma. Qia eopper-eolored papa proved very
gentlemanly, and, as long as he staid, hi was
most affectionately treated.
5The Now Orleans Opera Troupe is still
in California. The fair Rosalie Dttrand
lately burt her hand quite badly, by thrust
ing a fork in it while attempting to open a
magnesia bottle with that instrument. She
was obliged to appear on the stag with her
arm u a sling.
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REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
NEW YORK, September 20.
The Herald'! Washington correspondent
says : "I am authoiiaed to say that the send
ing of General ooott to tbe i'uoinj Foaat 1.
simply to prevent complication ot the niiu
Juan affair. It implies noceuturenpon Gene
ral Uirney. iue AdiniDistrution dies not
apprehend Any serious d'Qk-ulty, and! bps
that tbe British Government will be brought
to see our undoubted right to the Island ol
San .Tuun. His Lordship is of npiniqu that
the question in dispute will be nuti.ilaotonly
The Mexican Minister ha? returned to Wash
ington, from New York, where he had been to
confer with Mr. McLane and Senorj Loodj
upon tbe matter of the treaty with Mexico.
Seuor Mata has reoeived no intelligende from
his goveniaient later than that brougiitlby Mr.
MoLaue, and his advices with reference lo tLe
treaty are tbe same as those in iiosxiion ot
our government. They gave bini so mjthority
In en tie points in dispute. Ilo hopes tjnu two
t(overnments may; by each giving wav j little
on the disputed question of proleoljiig the
routes, mrce upon a treaty. I
Tho Mexican Governwont is wllling'to oun
celo the pnviloge to United States. of pro
tecting by its turnes tbe Tebaunti pei), aud a
route from the Kio Graude to the Ptaifii), but
only when Mexico cannot give prelection and
when Mcxiao calls upon tbo United Susies f-ir
protection. The Administration regards this
as no privilege, not worth tbe paper to write it
on, much lo's the two to four million's askel
from thii country. ' Tbe Administration will
ninke no trexty in this matter unless oUr Gov
ernment, and not Mexioo, be allowed toileterm
ine wheu protection may be necessary, and wban
force is to be osod. Iloro is tho dlmenliTk
Mexico mustyiold, or no treaty on tbis subjoct
will be made."
WASHINGTON, September 20.
udge Douglas is here; be denounces openly
in public plaeas the article in the CSu'istitulitiK,
replying to his popular sovereignty article in
Harper' U'lfiuint; Drown, ef the (Ainsltutio,i,
openly declares Judge Black the author.
It is said that First. Controller Governor
Medlll, is to proceed to-morrow to Ohio) tocan
vass the Slate, to counteract the effect ot
Douglas' speeob.es. The President is quietly en
gaged in arranging the materials for bis forth
eoming message. The Secretaries are also
collecting data and statistics fur their reports.
Sanitary Floyd has not arrived in Waahington
as reported. j
Tbe JVilutti'i corrsprmilcrt says a letter
appears to day In the i'tatat from Senator
Brown, denying ths assertion that thero was
an arrangement between him and bis friend
Judgi Sougtxs, to bring on tbe debate of last,
winter in the Senate, upon Territorial aHulr;
it is well known that iu the Democratic Seuat
rial caucus, last sensliin, tbt Mr. Brown Oon
aeunned the Democratic Senators for iroscrlb-
ing Judge Douglas becausehe held to the right
ot toe people of tbe lernturios to Oottrol the
question of slavery, wnile they permitted the
same people to oontrol it by refusing legislation
to protect property in slaves.
Arrival of the Overland Mail.
ST. LOUIS, September 20.
mail, with dates to the 26th
uli., reached Jefferson City tbis morning.
Business showed more aotivitv. but mainly
of a speculative charuoter, and eouflnid to cau
dles and provisions.
Tbero was a report from Oregon that Captain
Wallens, In command of one hundred and forty
men, was massacred by tbe Snake Indians, at
warm Springs, east of Cascade Mountains
Tbe report was credited at Fort Dallas.
Tbe dates from Stn Juan Island are to the
20th ult. Affairs were unchanged.
The American troops were still in possession
of the Island. Ttsir number had been in
creased to near four hundred men.
PITTSBURG, September 20.
Judge McCandloss, of United States Circuit
Court, delivered an opinion to-day in the Im
portant railroad bond case of Oelriohs Co.,
European bankers. v. Tbe City of Pittsburg,
deciding agiiust tbe city, direotingibe United
States Marshal to proceed with the sale of
stocks held by tbe eity in tbo Pittsburg Gasworks.
NEW ORLEANS, September 20.
A thuoting nffray took place last nig! t,
between Dr. Robert M. Graham and Brest
Toled11.no. The former was shot dead., Tbo
difficulty arose through pulitici. " j .
PITTSBURG, September 20—M.
River seven feet by pier mark, and falling,
bat another rise may be expected. Rained all
last night and this morniug.
Tni Doom or thk World. The JS'orih
Britiih HtDwe, discoursing on the doom of the
world, ha the following remarks :
What this change is we dare not even ion
jeeturc; but we see in the heavens tbniupclvtM
some traces of destructive elements and some
indications of their annihilmlve power. The
fragmeuts of broken planets, the deseont of
tneleorio atones upon our globe, tbe whi'linp
comets wielding their loose tnuteml at the
solar surface, tbe volcanic druptions in our own
satellite, the jppearance of now stars and dis
appearance cf others, are all foreshadows ef
that imponding convulsion to which the world
is doomed. Thus placed on a planet which is
to be burnt up, And tinder heavens which are
to pass away; thus residing, as it were, on the
cemeteries and dwelling upon mausoleums of
former worlds, let us learn the lessons of humil
ity and wisdom, if we have not already been
teught in tbe sohool of revelation,
Ctrns roa Hvdbophobia.- Mr. Renatua
Baobman writes to the Albany .AiMiae fol
In perusing this morning's paper, I observed
& case of hydrophobia, which thus far has been
a eiuiubiirig block for physicians in general. to
overcome. I feel in duly b,,mnl, gentlemen,
as I am in possession of an int'illiule remedy
fur that-uiot-tibi lumentcd disease, here tc
make it public, epechlly when attended witb
scarcely any expenro, hoping those afflicted
will niako timely n.e of it.
Rnctrc Dissolve a pint of common table
salt In a hint of b'dllng water, scarify tho uart
effected freely, then apply tbe salt water with
a cloth as warm aa tbe petieot can bear it, re
penting thi same for at least an hour.
The satno recipe has been successfully spplieJ
for the bi'.e of rattle snakes. I heps thus to
be Instrumental lo rescuing human life.
Srwino MAcnisiss. Few of our readers ate
aware of the utility of their instruments, iven
for home vork, until it is brought home to
them. The following Is a eomuarieon:
Osntlemen'i shirts I a
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8atln veiti. ...... 1 14
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Beams of any oonsidsrabla length are stitched
rdlaarily at thi rata ef a yard a ninata.
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female Cuinplninta, lnmimuaitou uf the Cervix,
I'rulHui.is Uterea, all iliiplsouiueiiti of the Womli,
Hpiualauil Cerebral alToctloni, and oili.r omauiodla
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tri-i.il stock of Oloths, fassiiiierca, Vetting hihI
Ui'iits 1 iiiiil-ihiiiRliomls. II ii haarnieiKMl lhofr
uf tin xperlfii(rt anil trtKlic Cutt'T. who.
worse wiii nar t.aia.niniy to iilsralll.
warranted to give satisfaction.
TINE WINES. BRANDIES, Ac.-JOIIN
M- HATE4 has ou hand n exo-nslvt- f ok of fln
-b. m, r.irt, Mr.deria. Uin-i, i hiiuin,4iMaod U.
Winee. A No. flue BranilieH, JaniaUa Hum.
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hue ixid of Ihr li-st nuallti-. Ki.r ml, Katlnnal Tb-
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Dotneen Kltn and Plum, CINCINNATI.
IV.n.K. Ilulrrill. PttPr,,n..a. r a a
dim, of all kinds, .
N. . fnirt. ami all Hindi of rumlhlnirflMnl
made to order. auE4-.m
H. CAMPBELT, h C.d
' AXl'FACTrMEKS OF BAR SHfcVT
JM and Boiler I rou, Plow Slabs, kallroad Hrlkea
!;tfl. Also. Afctmts for Lb. .ale of I rorttnn Hi.. V.ll.
wnreroenis ao. it Fast tieoona Bl reet. tjinc nnat
r All kinds Iroti resile oril.r.
lr 1 t f , 1. . ,... n .
tTiurssur ui hip uuuar anu r iuif.
Ladles and ftentlamsn wlaliintln
, jV alriicilon on elihtr nf the alum. in.
Jt iXf airnments, will irceire prompt at-
'X'JLjt tentlon, liv Iravina their addrese at 1
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A. C. STULB,
4 TI, ANTIC CABLE RESTAURANT AND
VS. WINE AND LAQKB BKKB SALOON, Me.
ri V'eatern-row, Cincinnati, Ohio.
lUT Sir bat is at all timet supplied with choice
Ill-morn and Hears, ' wptlem
AT ISCDIJrisD TH EM.
WE RAVH ON HAND THE LARGEST
variety and beat Mleetod uaortment of Gas
I'lxturoi in (Jini-liiiiail, ctiosiiilni ot all that te new
... .lu.l-.l.l. in th. 11.1 VItIiim la. .-
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iVM-em IM .WttlngtriHjt. ae-ir Ronrtb
FRONT -STREET FACTORY
No. r-7 Eait Front Street, bet. Pike aud Butl.r-et'i.
B HAVING FITTKD UF TUB PRBMISB8
EIJB. with the moat Impnived kind of machinery. I
am prepari'd to furtil-h, nt short notice, all kinds of
Uniiaviiiid SteamlxjaL ( arDonteeind Jnln.rV
Snsb, llllnds, Doors, Frame, and jjidrllnfi. of ail
ng. S'.liiKlc. Biding, Flooring, ckpl ooo.iaultr
,ti hand. . Parlicnlar attention paid to planing, rlp
niiiKimd iciull suwlug Heavy .Iratuiiia lumber am
Im plsned end trned 40 feet lonw.and Soischea wide.
I'erevua about to build, will flud it to thi lr advan
tage to g'.te me a call. WU. JUNES,
MlM-hm f - . .. , Pn,irl.,nr
iit'evri piiou., t-iamimwi ..uuifw, neatner-Doard.
iKAMlLIN TSPi AID ttlAUtEOTY PB
fiiuifliKT. a. Ai,i.r4TlN 'ana.rin...j.
rtnt tog ateriata uf all kind, lie Vim ilretl.
vi warrant .i-rj r mure lull t eqrial. both
in n.'tfrialand finish, to any that Is sold In thlno
:oiy ..titer market and In ssliliiioti will siiarnnt- a