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THE PRESS
THE PRESS ANDY W. FRANCISCO JOHN D. CALDWELL.
EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS
OFFICE--NO. 14 WEST FOURTH STREET
TERMS
Per ffk, paysble to the carrion ...to.
Per Aunam.sent by miiil.. . -84
CINCINNATI
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22
The News.
The Oroal Extern has prove J a sucoW on a
fair trial. 6ba hs biea pronounced tb.o fiiHteet
vessel on reoord. The British Admit-ill, off
St. Juan, irhero the Americans hv Armed
possession, bai declined to make an uttsolc.
The London Z7ct blusters about IIarkry, and
daclaros that England will not submit to the
exhibition of pernor made by the Aracricau
General. Tho Italian news Js Interesting.
Furma deolarei the Bourbon dynnsty torir.i
sated. The Pope, who Is slowly recovering
from fever, declines to take Utua with tbo
armed oooupanta of Romagna. The Emperor
of Morocco ia dead. At St. Louis, Missouri,
the murderer of Joseph Chamxss has been
convicted of murder in the first degree.
The Popular Commotion.
Semi -occasionally, the people 'are very
earnest ibout who shall fill the public offices.
The better the office pays, the greater tho pat
riotism of the feokers for the place. It would
seem to be one of the weak points uMhe work
ing of & representative government, that tbo
trusts of office nre the rewards of parlisitrj
service, and often are lineouroA vIn otbor
words, the people's money U paid in an over
liberal tnnoncr to persona having the least tc
do. Take for instance three or Tfoorconrty
offices In thU city the fees and salary an
enormous. The office mny be called a pluck
ing uf the people instead of a triut conferred
by the people. ; ; , ''
The chief aocounUnt of the' present County
Treasurer has simplified the aconnts of the
offioo, so that the same are correctly kept In s
two-dollar book. M'by should ten or fifteen
thousand dollars a year be paid a County
Treasurer for collecting and Keeping large
amounts of qoney. A few weeks "of stifling,
exciting labor, twice a year, about tax-pay hug
time, constitutes the chief caro of tho officer.
Lirnoaocniiuli are bat little moro tedious to
Veep than email. Honest people in old times
did sot fear bard work or great responsibility.
Appointments by Governor Magoflin
Wo learn by announcement in tho Frank
fort Commonwealth, that Governor Mago!.n
lias made the following appointments: .
Adjutant Gmtral Scott Bro"ffrl7"
QwtrtwmaMer General Marine D. West.
The latter has appointed Captain Seufbrd
Goin, of Gun .Squad, of Frankfort, to take
charge of State arms in arson&t.
Impeeton of Pmifaihary Arch. P. Wil
liams, John f. Shannon and IV. Benjamin
F. Puvall.
The following-named gontloinen have bceu
appointed Aids to Governor Magoffin, with
rank of Colonel: Thornton Meriwother, of
fhclby; John 0. P. Hooe, of Louisville; Rob
rot MeKe,nf Melon; Hart Oibsrn,of Wood
ford; T.. J. Brickcm id;jp, Jr., of Lexington;
Oreon Clay,of M ad ieon, and Thomas Miller,
of Mercer.
Bj- i .1 i
Home Instruction.
The Swedes generally are remarkably wei:
educated, and it is said eesreuly one parson iu
a thousand but ran read, and but few are
nnable to write. This ha not been to mnoli
tho result of iuetrueiion in schools as at tin
fireside. I'rom ironeration to generation parents
nave taught their children. The number of
learned men, authors and artists in Sweden
is probe.' ly grenter than in any other .-ounlry
of equal papulation in the globe.
The overlooked neerot of true training will
bo among the lost ana in America, if lather
and mothers do not make home delightful and
the pleasant tchool-room of instruction.
Thursdays.
Our customs grant to frirlii hired on helps
to have Thursday afternoon of each week
for visits end shopping. In dross, often
times, tho maid may be mistaken for tho
Jiiistreas of tho house. In England, cw.fora
lcniea servants silk drosses tnd parasols. In
free America, the pathway from servitude to
proprietorship is often but a road of but a
few jearB travel.
The Tax on Real Estate.
If any injustice has been done by tbo wises
dors of resl estate In valuing houses and
gronnda in the various wards of the city, nu
early application of parties interested may en
lighten the City Board of Ejurilizution, and
duo correction uisy be mudc. The records are
Ulora the Board at the office of the County
Auditor. All who desire to bob what their
valuations ire should tall at once.
The Tax on Real Estate. The President Advising with the Senate.
Washikctos construed the constitution as
t th mode of communication proper to be
pursued between the President and the Sen
ate, in tbe formation of treaties, that the ad
vice and consent of the Bcnate should be
obtained beforehand. Such was his practice.
By message he acquainted the Senato when
he would meet them, and with the Secretary
at War he attended their chamber and gave
in a statement of facta as to a proposed treaty.
Tho personal attendance of the President and
Secretary, even during Washington's admin
istration, having been found inconvenient,
the practice was not continued.
No City Council Meeting Last Night.
The attendance at the Council Chambsr last
night was lees than at the primary meetings.
. No quorum beinj present, President Eggleston
declared Council adjourned. A rail has been
signed for a speob.1 meeting on Friday night.
Colonization In Kentucky.
The Stat of Keutuoky appropriates fundi
annually In aid ef the xdonl7ation of free
blaoke from i s borders. The fall expedition
to Liberia will include applicants before Oo
tober. Rev. A. M. Cowas, of Frankfort, Ky.,
is agent for the soeie'y.
Supper to Ex-Got. Moorehead.
. HaYifljj mmlo Louisville his hone, on retiral
froa officii, f.'x-Cuv. Moonrnwi wio eornpll
ineutcdwi'.h a s ipjur at the Gilt JJotHO on
loadsy sigh'.
Supper to Ex-Got. Moorehead. Departure of Lieut, Gen. Scott for the
Pacific.
PREPARATIONS FOR HIS DEPARTURE—THE SCOTT
LIFE GUARD TO PARADE AND FIRE A SALUTE
—SALUTES TO BE FIRED ALSO AT GOVERNOR'S
ISLAND, FORT HAMILTON, EORT COLUMBUS AND
FORT WASHINGTON—A FREE PASSAGE TENDERED
THE GENERAL.
1,1-mtenautOenoralS!-ington
on Saturday, ai.-.
arrived from Wash
.njediately proeeed-
n.-niintt with his
iiiitl totitt, until yes-
ci i') West Point, wb
-I'
dinshter-io-law, lirn. (',
to:d;iy, when ho romrnuu
lo this oity prepara-
t ry to his trip to the PaeiCo,
During tbo whole of yesterday a great deal
of exoitoment, occasioned by the announcement
in flu IfrralU that tho bruvo old warrior would
arrive in town during the duy, existed in the
v lei" ;ty of tho Gouernl's headquarters, where
aa iiiiinoiiso conoourso of people of nil clashes
h nl ussambied in the hopo of getting a view
cf the veteran hero, w holms so often vlnrti
r. ited tho honor of hii country's tlaij in the
i: )-ir of difiieulty mid danger, and who U now
o i a about to repair on a new misaiun, In
v. hi"!i his eminent abilities as a paoilloator will,
U is taped, nuvo thecninlry lrom anotlier en-
mittr wiia (treat ;sritain.
A toed number of citizen'! had nlsonsMm-
bled .in th clock where tha sloinuor convey
in:: him vi.ii oxpeilcd to laud, and waited
I Htintlv' lor bis urrival. 'J,liste,.imboat did
Mil rencli the city ao aeon ne oxpeott'd, owing
ti i. -mo ileliiv nt West Point, or.d conbo
(iiiiMitly a good dcnl of disappitiutmout was
iiitdoiu tlio roimUjnauoos of nil, ns hour
niter hour passed by, and Rtill no indication
cf t lie dititigiiinhed toklior's nrrivnl wnsof
f.inli'd. At lust, Just about two o'clock, when
Miiiiy wcrrt lu'gianiug to uiako up thoir
minis forn do unrig Lit disnppoiiatluent, ft cry
v.:iu raised that the utoumbntit wm in sight,
iiml it few moments thereafter, in fact, the
M'csel rouched tho dw.k, aaM tho most eu
ihasiiistic cheers of tlio nunioroui aduiitvrs
i t l!io dutiruuialica pussouger. me two.
rial who, hy tho way, luokij us hfialtby niul
o re". as ho did ton yours ogo iitnaiiitoly
i.'ppntred, lull und sU-'ily niiovo tho crowd,
end ijuiukly nj:d-rf, vhndi wnj the signal
i.ir still nioro dt alVuins pliuulitn from uli
s.ik'p. Tho crowd jircMi'd tiiwnrd bin), alboU
iu r respectful manner, tunl csprcieed their
iieiight, while tho Oeueral hinicolf iidvaiic.d
( rwurd us well a he could through the
rivusa assemblage, and procured n carriage,
iu which ho was couvcyed to his quarters.
To-day, at two o'clock P. M., he will leave
fur California and Oregon iu tho itouui-hi
Star of the Wett, accompanied by C'olouol h.
Thomas, Assutunt Adjutant (iunoral, and
Cnloi.el 0. W. Lny, Jiilitary Secretary.
The Scott Life Gnard, Captain J. II. Hobart
Ward, composed oxoluslvoly of the several
companies in arms during tho Mexican war,
will par nle as ai'tuleils;.;, and fire a salute on
.ao departure of tho Obneral,
V.'htn the sieamor with tho Gonornl on
board is passing di.wn the tiay, salutes will be
flied from Governor'a Island, Fort Il.'imlltno
pud Fort Columbus, and it is hoped that
Captain liarrison as we are certain he will
vill heave to, in order that full expression uiu
lie given to this ouluiul tribute to the veteran
leader and statesman.
As a proof pf tho rospeet In which the Oon
ersl is held, and of the feeling of gratitude
evoked by Ms prompt patriotieoj in undertak
ing thl-s mission, wo may meutlon that tho New
York laorohants had intended to have a la'ge
ilolilla of ste.-.mboats in order to aecompimy
him out to sea, but wore forced to abuudon the
idea, as the time would not permit them to or
gHliire it iu euch a manner its thoy wished,
Vv'o mny futthcr add, also, In this Connection,
ihnta free' pwairo mu tendered to thoGeneml
andhlnstatf by tbe PasiDo ri enuishlp Coniiiiny,
hut the handsome offer as gracionhly declined.
The company, nevorihelesf, ini'iatod that the
General blmsJlffhiuiid so exall a com-
N' Y. Herald, Tuesday.
Later from Puget Sound and the Seat of
War Movements of the Troops.
By tbo bark .Ifno F. Wad-:, from Pugot
Sound, wo bavo tho tJeilacuoiji tleru'J of the
J2ili lost., iu which we had come aoivs relating
to tho imbroglio at Sau Juu Island. 0;i the
I'lh there ivus considerable excitement at tol
lacjom, owin;; to the dopirtaio of the Unitud
litoWi troops for Sua Juan.
Jn pursuance ut o.'dera irom lien. Hartley,
Col. Casey left Steilaeooui on that day, wiu
Ihe troous Ubder nia coiuniaud, lur ban .man
iur Ddllevub) Island, Capt. Pic lid's sianil force
jf some forty men being deemod insuliicienttu
hold posMMsion in tho event of an attempt ba
iug wade by the Bri tilth to drive them oil.
Ooiupatiies A, C and H, Captains il.ilouey,
Hunt and FuKlish.nnd Lieutenants Kellogg
end llunner, all umlor tho comoand of Lieat
Oul Ciijoy, weut on bourd tlis steamer Julia,
at about noon, teking with, theui two heavy
brass field-pieoes and a largo quantity uf sin
lnuuition. Tbo whole for?e numbered about ono hun
Ired and lilty men, lotving at Kteil.icoom a
ii'uplo guard of about twenty i;;nii aud ubout
ibirLy more ,in the hospital und guard hoii.e.
This will iuoroase thefureo uu Sua Juan Island
to some two hundred men, vhich will probably
he further Iusroased by the addition of Captain
Woodruff's nompnnyjfromr-ouiiahnioo. Lieut,
llarvie is left in charge of Stuilaocnin.
Four companies of artillery aro on the way
from Fort Vancouver to .Steilacooru, en route
fur San Juan Island. Two companion left
Vancouver on Monday, Stb of August, nud two
more on Tuesday. Tho first two will reaoh
S'eiliiootn on Saturday, the 13th, and the last
on the following day,
A letter from San Jttnn, doted on tho 12th,
says:
This morning the United States ttenmers
ArHvt tmd Shubrick, and the luail-Btearaer
Julit, steamed simullaueously into tho liur
bor. The Julin Lnd oa board au exiirers
from General Harney, at Vancouver, and a
port ion of throe companies of Cuitod rjiat-is
iriKipj, under comiiiud of Lieut. Col. Casey,
nhiuh, with anmo lilty Umo of muuitions of
vnr, etoren, Ac, with two howitzers, were
duly landed.
The American foreo upon the island at pre-
tnt consists ol Lieut. Colonel Limey aud his
Aids ; Lieut. Kellogg, of tho Artillery; Lieut.
Reynolds, and Lieut. Connor, Adjutant; Co.
D, Capt. Picket; Co, II, Capt. English, of tho
9 h; Co. A, Capt. Malonoy j and Co. C, Capr,
Uuut, of tbe '1th Infantry; making la all
about two hundred rank and fiU in occupation
of the island.
At noon H. PI. 8. S'tUlli't steamed into the
harbor; and shortly after, Captains Provost and
ilornsby, and Commissioner Caiupbull, from
tbe Shubrick. paid togeth:T an official visit
Lieutenant -Colonel Cuae. The interview was
siid to be of a most amicable and frien Jly
nature.
Akotbkb KrNrucxv Gnsr. A tho hoine
of Porterand Lambert, Kentucky has already
a world-wide reputation as Iho "yiant Htnle,"
but she has rocontly contributed another
gem to the casket of'giauU in tho person
Chnrlic, a negro boy. Ciiurlin was born
Hickman County, Kentucky, the 22d Septem
ber, I860, and is therefore now iu his tenth
year. At his birth he woighed sixteen
pounds, and now woighs three hundred and
ten pouDils. Ho is fivo foot si. inches high,
and pnsfossess most oxtrnnrdinnry siren
"for one of his years," being oblo to lift fmr
hundred pnunds, while ho carries with
upon hii shouldor a weight of threo hundred
pounds. This infnntilei mostmsiity hno a por
fect, physical formation, nnd onjoys good
health. ' He is a slave, and belongs to Parson
It. 3. Bone, of Feystta County, Tonn.
Pr Tha Arionian of the I st gives fio prd
ocediogsofa tneetinrat Tuhoo, hold hy
orderly residents, to tiike measures for ninctm.
prer sion of robbery and murder in that portion
of Kew Mcxioo. One of ths resolutions roads
thus :
j Jletokul, That in the aba mco or cncrtB
j law, ajy person ooavieteelwf hornt.tali&j shall
bi buo.'.
A diipatca from fcsnisoral oi AUf;u3t
Hie Tiondoa (hurt Journal, fays: "lier
51. In
M,ksty and his Hoyal Ilighnoss, tho Prlnoe
Consort, nocoinpnnied by their Eoyn.1 Hlgb
. i iT-, it...:...
ueses, tlio Priocwfen Alice, Uelona. and liOinsa, i
tho 1'riiioo Arthur, attendod by Lady j
Churj'iill, the lion. Emily Cathcart, Sir Ceorgo
firey, Mniorfiencml the lion. C. Grey, tho
Sir 0. 1!. Phipps, Lord Charles Filiroy, I
Miiji r Eli'binRtono end bir James Clark, left I
Ilolyrood Palace at half past eight o'clock for
Ht. Margaret's Station, and proceeded by rail- I
to Banchory. After remaining half an
hour for luncheon, her Majesty and hi.s llnynl
Hinbnesg, tho Prineo Consort, the Koynl tam- i
ilv and the Indies and nentlemeu of the house
hold proceeded in traveling carriages to Bal
moral, whore the royal psrty anived ot half
pant Ave o'clock."
War Movements of the Troops. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
Night Dispatches.
Additional by the Arabia.
SACKVILLE, September 21.
Tha dispatcher received liy tho Arabia f ur
uieh the following itouis of news:
VI11 steamship Grml E.utmt hod left the
Thames r.nd proceeded to sen on her trial
trip with outire safety. Hor perforrnancea
hnd boon eo fur tntisfHotorv.
Th j sessions of tho Zurich Conference have
been suspended.
Tha A-aemhlici of rnrma rtnd Bomogna
I'.ave dolinitnly resnlvcd on annexation to
Piedmont.
Tho National Assembly fit Bologna on the
7th inst. adopted n resolution deolsriug thnt
tho people of BnlcgiiR di-airo nimoxution to
Sunhnie.. Bjlcgua will illuiniiiiite iu honor
id tho event.
Tho assembly r.lso authorized tho Presi
dent to present nn address to Hapolcon und
tlio Killer of Snrdiniu, expreSiing its sympa
thies for Vouotin, and offering Jto inako poctt
li;T saoriliecs in her fnvor.
Tho 1'opo had been nttcl;cd with fovor,
nnd wp.s forced to suspend all audience for
several de.ys. He was, however, recovering,
cud its s n tout to proceed lo Ci.stcl Holdofl'.
A deputation was about to kuvo Turin on
a million to tho French Government.
It. is supposed that tho Papal nrmy is not
inn condition to net ngninst the forces of
tho Ihuriiinun, led by Gnu. Gsribnldi.
Tho iuionel Assembly of Parma opened
nn tlio 7t'i iuslaui, with f;rcat solemnity. M.
Fariiii, tho DieUitor, delivcred an nddroes,
iu which ho rev io wort tlio history of the
Pourbons, andlorminated amid cries of "Viva
Victor Fmauuol." Tho city prosontod tho
I'pocrr.rco of a great eta.
lievpiiil Frencu.iouruHlB hnvo boon nrohib
itetl in Sardinia iu conecipjenca of auvocut
iii,sr th'i seieratioa of Savoy from I'ledmout.
I'repDsuls wero ponding in tho National
Asseubly of Purnin, coufuniiug Fr.riui ns
Dictator unci declaring tho termination of tho
Bourbon dynasty.
T!i3 Madrid journals say thnt tlio Emperor
of Morocco has declared us traitors the tribes
on tho coast who insulted tho Spnuuh ting,
nud promises to inflict exemplary puiiith
inent ou them. Th Spanish Government,
however, doubts the fulfillment of this
promiio, nud continues its prepnrfttions for
ike or.poriitioa to revenge tho insult and
murder "f its subjects.
Iho LOKUih Government lies prosontod a
note drawn up in a frieudly stylo, requesting
exol.irmiior.s ns t) the object of tho concentra
tion of Spanish troops ut Aleiras, in tho im
mediate vicinity of Gibraltar.
G;:bmst. The great autumn fair at Frank
fort was progressing with much hrUbness.
Many deal .'rs in ootton, t il k ftud woolen goods
hid corrphttly run out their ttocks. In some
casus piicei had advanced from two to lifted!
(it cent. The wool sales wero lo take j laco tbe
loilowit1!? week
T!,u P.iris jrosifjir aiinonaci 'hu death of
the ir;m.yrorof Morocco, nud that, liis mccefsi)''
had bi'.n preolaiaod. Triirj'iutllity prevailed
at A'gieis.
Tdu Uijturh.nico on t' o Island of Candla,
Ulvtu tcjiiirted, was caused by the eolluctlon
of tiijes from the Greeks. Five of tho t as
guthoiers had been murdered during tho affray.
Tvfl lat'aliuDs of eoldiors hud been se.nt to
ario-t theringUadors.
A Circassian Ui uiatiun hnd arrived at C'nu
stnntiuoplo and presented to the Ambassadors
f the eeicr;d powers a protest ,iiuflt the in
i ''" ni" ounlry hy the Hustiians, and
?iauti iiwi iuh nuu'p ui uiu .Toviuee wouin
be fonnd to luumit if they wsro hbaudoned by
tbe Porto,
A great flro had occurred nt Ezroum, and
tha town bad again experienced repeated
shocks uf an eartbipioko,
Tho Calcutta and China mails arrived at
Aden An t-ust 29, and tho Bombay mail of
August 111 rimoh-d Aden 6eptoinber 1. The
news hod not been received by telegraph when
tho .dm&iri loft.
Tim .'.ifeistitciicf Bthtt jays:
" i'usil.'.ud has proposed in Franco anil Aus
tria a Furopcau Cungres on Italian ufl'airs, on
.1 basis uf non-intorvontion by firco;"but a
dipilch from Pi.rie contradicts this.
Tlio Qisnt Euitera dcp.jrtod freia tho Thames
on the moruing uf the Sth iuet., in the pres
ence of an immense concourse of unthueiustlo
neoplo. Captain Comstook,lte of the steamer
Baltic, was on hoard, anil took part in her
maiiugement. Bcr performance was admira
ble and she was kept undor as perfect com
mand as a river steamer.
Hor engines appeared capable of starting or
chucking her motion almost hy a single motion
of tho hand. As to her speed, the London
yMt rays her performonos proved her to be
ibe fiiste-t vessel in the world. Pho left tho
11 dti at 9:15 A. M., and was off Dover at 3
P. M.
Tho London Timt haa an editorial nn Gen.
riarney'o occupation of San Juan Island,
ehnraoteriiin;5 it ns nn exercise of powor to
which Ei!gliiud will not tainoly tabralt.
Tbe Amorican horse "Starke" von the War
wick Cap.
LIVERPOOL MARKET.
LIVERPOOL September 9.
to
ffc-in. Tho market opened cnrlv in the
week active, but clored to dav quiet : Kales of
the week 47,000 bales, Itifladbs 11,500 bales
to exporters nnd 9.3U0 bales to speculators.
The sales to-day are estimated at 7,000 bales,
inolading 2,0u0 bales to exporters, Tho mar
ket olusud quiet but steady at the following
quotations: Orleans middling 7,'4d.; Mobile
fair 1lA., middling II 1510d.;'uplnd fair
flJid. Xhe Manchester advioea aro favorable.
Tne markets are aetivc and prices ndvnnctng.
BrrarUltil. Whiat steady; inferior finali
ties unliable. Flour quiet. Yellow Corn
iia. fld.(S',Hs.
P.miions. Beef heavy for middling, and
lower qualities declined; tho bettor grados
aro steady, and improved in price. Pork
heavy: nil on:ilit ion havo elibtlv declined.
Biieou heavy, and declined 2s. Lard quint.
Vnfci.-8uir heavy. Coffee firm. Jtice
steady. Ten slow of sale, hut, prices are un
nller?d, Spirits Turpeuuti" firm nt :.',.
HAVRE MARKET.
HAVRE, September 8.
Cotton. The n;ai!;ot is steady: sales nf
woek, 8,501) bales, jittti Orleans tros ordinaire
quoted at liaf.
LONDON MONEY MARKET.
LONDON, September 9.
ea
Tho marUnt i
mnrknt IflTAnArntlv
unohangod. Bullion In the Bank of England
has inerouiod X93,00O. tocs.ds elo'ed at
93J for account.
..
LATER FROM CALIFORNIA, OREGON
AND MEXICO.
Important from San Juan Island.
NEW ORLEANS, September 21.
!
I
of I
1
Tho stenmship llabum, of iho Louisiana
and Tcbaintepcj line, arrived bore to-day,
bringing r3n Frr,oise. advices to the O h inst.
'Iho stiBin hip Wnthivtjhn bd h.en libeled
bifors the Auicri to Cmiiil at Bi07il.
The lateu ad.icos fi.iin Sau Juan Island
iiute that the iihnd was in the potttuiitn ol
(",on fjarncy iayi that lie will call lor voiun
bhiI trers from tho Territories if he Ij attnohtd.
(jon, Hnrnty bad written (?ov. lugl&:s that ho
oeonnicd the itkud in order to protect Amori
Hon. cnus'frmn inmlts of the British authorities of
Vanoouver's and the Hudson Ila,y Uoupaoy's
offioialii.
Jhe liritish Admiral on that coast had ro
road fugt.d to obey an order from Oov. Douglas to
briug on a enllielon ; ho also refused to uriug
fiUO Amorican troop.'. Fatrth-worhs had been
throtrn up and tho hcrbor of Victoria was
commanded by tbo American lield-pieces. The
island was in a comrdoto state of defense.
the llnttsh Ii.irtli Paoiflo flcot near the islaiitt
Ho disclaims all hostile intnutiun and will
aWHit orders from the llonie Government. The
American and British officers were on friendly
terms.
The Indian massacre of United States troops
iu Oregon is unconfirmed, and the report was
generally discredited.
MINITITLAN, September 4.
The Picoyune'i correspondent siiys that Gen
eial Miruuion was at the capital in consulta
tion with his Geuorals iu reference to a now
expedition to Vera Cruz.
The houie of De liarrou had loaned Miramon
a large sum on bonds. Otway, the British
Minister, will remain in Aloxieo till Ootober.
From Washington.
WASHINGTON, September 21.
forthcoming improved stump i.--soaling
ouvelopos aro likely lo beonmo popu
lur. Oovornor Morgan, of New York, and
other functionaries, havo already written tho
Postofliee Dciartnient on tho subject of sup
plies. Attorney-Gonernl Black recently gavo an
official opinion that American citizouBhip
attaohos to a child horn in this country, tho
parouta of whom aro foreigners and only
temporary sojourners in this country, in ac
cordance with tho principlo proueunced iu
an important cnse, Iho particulars of which
aro contained iu Stanford's Jfnw York lifl
ports. The Navy Deportment to-day received a
tolegrHphio disputch, ooiifinnatory of tho
statement published a few days bl'o of tlio
total loss of the stoamor Fulton, nnu has or
dered a court-ninrtial to inquire into tho facta
attending the diattstor.
Tho government has not succeeded in ob
taining redreBfl for the late numerous out
nigos on persona and propertv of Amorican
citizens in Chili, notwithstanding our Minu
ter, Mr. Bigler, has boon exerting himself
with a determined vigor for that purpose.
Our difficulties with that country lutvo be
come more com plicated, owing to tha failure
of tho Into C'ongreas to clothe the. .President
with nmplo power to prosecute all our unset
tled claims against the Central and South
American States to adjustment. Thooxccu
tive has not in this caso the means to force a
complinnco with iu just domands. Should
an uusuccoesful peremptory demand for sat
iu'aetion bo mado, nnd our Minister demand
liis passports, this subject will then bn trans
furred In tho Horions consideration ff Congress.
Lake Disasters.
CHICAGO, September 21.
Tho schooner Cymwent ashore in a storm
on Monday night, near llaoiue, with a cargo
of wbeat. One of her crew lost.
Tho schootier Hrtohtin, with acarge of corn,
wsnt uchoro on the same night, near Mil
waukle.
The schooner jrWZ Quton, with a cargo of
wheat, reported wrocked near Point Wabble
shanks.
The schooner Croehtr, which arrived to-day,
suffered severely, losing ovorboard two hun
dred uud seventy barrels of salt. The Captain
was sovurely injured. Those are the only dis
asters yet known.
Additional Foreign News by the Nova
Scotian.
FARTHER POINT, September 21.
Tho ,Vci.'.i St!un furnishes tho following ad
ditioiial intelligence to that by tbo Arabia,
Ihough of not so Into a date.
Tu.i ttosmers City of il'ir.cehtr, Jl'minimia ,
.VorA Afflrtm, City of JiaMmur, Vand'rbUt
!indJtfiiyoicj hud arrived out,
It waa reported that the Znrloh Conforenoii
bad dorcmiiucd on the boundaries of Lombardy.
Another meeting between the Emperors ol
Franco und Austria was espeotod to lake place
in Switzerland.
Later from Havana.
NEW ORLEANS, September 21.
The steamship Ilahana, with advices from
UiLvuoa to the 18th inst., has arrived at this
port. Money at Havana was tight. The
bank was preparing to lisoo new bills to fscili
t.itu brsiness.
Sugar was dull, and the quotations aro nom
innl. Planters wero shipping on their own
account. The stock on band arnouutul to
200,000 boxes.
Freights wore dull. Sterling Exchange
quoted at 14J-if3;15,'e. Exchange on New
York ayt(S Wi-i.
Re-Issue of Patents.
WASHINGTON, September 21.
Tho patent for McCormick's improvement
in reaping machines, patented in 1847, hav
ing heretofore beon soveral times rc-ibsued,
has ngnin been re-issuexl during the pnst
week. This docs not affect the terms of con
tinuance of tho original, A patent has nlso
been icsued to Royal E. Houso for his im
provement in magnetic printing telegraph.
From Richmond.
RICHMOND, September 21.
Sims, well known ns clerk of tho
Exohnnge, was shot last night by J. II. Mel
lon, a negro-dealer of Louisiana. Mr. Sims
is not expected to live through tho day.
A violent rain-storm provailed hero Inst
night, doing much damngo to properly. The
river is very high.
From Baltimore.
BALTIMORE, September 21.
Heavy rain foil ol) last night, and still
contiuuos. Tho grand procession of Odd'
Fellows, to dedicate thoir now hall in this
oi'v, has been postponed on account of the
fitorru.
Ohio State Fair.
ZANESVILLE, September 21.
Stroni i)oy, Tho erowd nt tho grounds
to-day is estimated at 20,000. One hundred
and twenty-fivo cars, crowded to exoess, ar
rived during theduy, and many moro are ex
pectcd to-morrow. Not a single accident ha
occurred thus far. The wcathor Is clear and
pleasant. The nurse for ladies' equestrianlsft
will be flotnpetea for on Friday.
American State Convention.
NEW YORK, September 21.
Slate Convention has votod
down a resolution for tbe appointment of a
straight American ticket, and a oommittee has
boon appointed tt seleot oaadidatoB from the
tickotn now in the Hold,
Acquitted.
NEW ORLEANS, September 21.
T'dedano hns been acmittod by tho Corn
nor's jury for Bhooting Dr. Graham, iuilify
ing the killing as an act of solf-dofense.
Graham wss tho man wha killed Loring in
Kew York,
- ...
Convicted of Murder.
ST. LOUIS, September 21.
Joseph W. Thornton, who shot Jiwepb
Charlcss in the street, ou the Bd o( June las ,
was convieteil to-day of umrdor in tha first
degree.
River News.
ST. LOUIS, September 21—P. M.
F.iver remains stationary at this point, with
scaut fivo and a half feet in the channel to
lairo. jMotnmg new irntn nny or tbo upper
striuiui. vi jmner wet nun o w.
PITTSBURG, September 210—P. M.
feet by pier uixrkaud faliipg,
Wemhir cloudy.
MARRIED.
I
I A T -1VK M r 1 ml . (ill llie nVntlltlB I
i.f t-vti oiliy In, liv Key. Iir. n.mil, Mr. .1. T. I.mit,
of I Kvit I clnt. Kntisii, to Mi.-s Annie 15. Lynn,
dun.', titer of .1. el Ijj'uh.
It li. Kn - W 1 D.il A N On Tim.ilnv evim lid. HeKtam-
In r in. ut Nt, loVi W'nhl r.iutri uii-i.nr. I,-.- K i It-1- Win.
1'. Hti.iil.m. I.oulu M. ltn. M. i ... nJ mm tarali I
Ann Wlilmnn, nil of Unolnuiil Ohio. I
Dixoii's Blackberry Carminative,!
A BAKE, EAST AND Cl'FECTCAt Cl'BB, PUB
Hummer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux, die.
HJSTwentr-flTe cents fT Iwttlo.
OKO. M. PIXON, DriiMlit,
aiil'o-ciii
Corner of Klfih and Main-streets.
A 'iVOIViVClSiUIiKTM.
TU. U Y 11 AT MAN, n STORiiS
Tnivnaliip. if miiiiiiiatfd liy tin' Opr .islllnii I'mivou-
lion, will In- it e .im.iiiIhki lor n soal in uie i,i ;;tahilulo.
Ihep.a-;
2Tr P. U. KOWEKAMP IS A CANDI-
Jate for o-i h timi to tho oOico of ,toali.'i of tlio
Piliir. S.'.2'.!tt
VILti BIl A CAN DI PATH FOB
County T r e si u r c r ,
JlKFOrta THE
Opjjositioioriventioii.
Kr-CIlAPiLE-t R. FOSDICK WILL BE
a ruhdUUtn fur County Troiuoirer, luojeet to tha do
elsiun of tliw OppoHUion IJonvcotion. sepljtl
frCHARLES SF.LDEN WILL BB A
fiinolilntn fur County Treasurer, nnhject to ths de
cision of tho County Pemocratlo Couvenllon.
rr JOSEPH P. BFiGUSflatoof the Drm of
rteirffH A Hmlthl l n candidato for CountvTreaenrer.
kutijict to tlie ducllon of Ine Opposition Conrentlon.
taiipir-ri
.TtffWILLIAMSTOMS 13 A CANDIDATE
for Cupnty 1'renwirer, subject to tliedtoisiou of the
upiV'Hition unnvenuoii. Hepioo"
iPO-UNCLB JOB KOS3 IS A OAKDI-
PATI! furCiiun'J' CiiDinilsnluner. snp fnw
".TOS. K. SMITH 13 A CANDIDATE
for iImi efflcn of County Trensurei-. sopisnw
Ai-OPP03ITION Dr. H. 8.HKWT0N.
eandidato fur Oonnty Treanircr. eeptl
iStr-LFjONAFiD 8WARTZ WILL BB A
camliilttte for C'etioty C.irnmi-Bioner of Hamilton
Uouuty at tlie ensiung Mctelicr auction, aulull
S1?ECI ALWOTICES.
EATIFICATION MEETING.
(V55GUAND RALLY OF THK DK-
fePSS' JliiOliAfJl' - linn. Itiifus P. Itnnniiv,
(iimcrntic eandldntn for (inve-nor, will addr. mi t h-i
IVino racy on THUKtDAY EVBXIKfl, (ieptrniber
l-;.!. at ellit o'clocli, at Hfth-stroot Market
I lure. IJon V. S. GrOKSlieck, Hon, Slauley Mat
lliews. Hon. M. Oliver, Uou. Thomas M. Keyand
1 Inn. Jnse ph E Kiily will aiso adilroas tho meeting.
Ill-tall Democrats tm on hand. Hp;ta
?f5JSI. O. . M.-UHOOPl UOOI!
3fts5jV The olllcera and membsrs of Wyandotte
i'n.,0 Nn, .V urn liiTi'to' notifu-d to aisemtil nt the
Wwwiini TtHi KI.EEI', nt the seventh run and
Miirttolli breath. It Ivdnu tlio seemul sleep for tho
iioiniiiHtlon ol chlets for the m-xt three moons.
BodS:? C. DETl'S, V of lieeoriis.
fflSKf'lN'VHO'l 'jl MEDICAL II1S.
tSfSP l.llVKItY Is acknowledged iy tlininosteni.
im-nt physlcituiB, unrl by tho nmst careful dmaists
ihritii.'hoiit the Unltedlities.loliothoniost effocituti
..i.ni-imritifT evnr known, itnil to haverolleve.l nmre
sufforiuv, and efTmU'd mop-permanent cures, th'U
any pi-eiia ration linown tn tho prutMiiiiiijn. Scrofula,
Salt Itlioiiui, Ers pe as.Unnl-head Kiiiy (trnptionA
nf what'oever iiltiiie. are ciir-d liva few liottles, hiii)
th system ront.ired tufoll etrouittli and vlRur, Kiili
and explicit dir. c Ions for thseitmof ulcnrat'rt s .re
lews, and other t orropt and riinniiiif Hirers 'tii;lvfnii;
too pamplnet with en h budl For sale by Jul V i
PA.R. !UlltK, K' RaTKlN i (U ami (iKolt.-E
.U P I X O N . 1'rn-ySI. m pui.,
JOUNTY IIOAKO FOR
tlie (Kins
eanalira'lrn of real estate in the conn.
i j mnrisntpM'- i in i-esmun at the (!tinly Au.
illt .ir'eOlliie. l'oieoiii. having touiplalnis will pre
imit thnin in wrltlnR without deity. No ujI Mult
other tti-i ri thoee ma io in wtillrit, will meet with at
it'll t Inn . Byonloroi tlieli-Hn1,
" 1,1 ?w HOWARD H ATTH sAVS, A uilitor.
ItCS'SiiCS MEN'S PKAYI.ll
MEICTlNljlHare helrt ovr.rv mnrnlnu In ihi
moot of the First (Jficrch. All are invited, jyl
STEAMSHIP
in
SAT EASTER
UilAiND EX IKSlOiN TK1P
IIT THS
Cincinnati. Ilamiiton & Dajton,
Dayton nnd Michigan, Toledo and
Detroit, Greitt Western and
Grand Trunk Railroad, to
Montreal and Portland.
aPS?TH R MA M MOTH STF, A M8HI f
riCSr will leave 1 tnflnnd nn the lath inst,, and le
.l)ev.U;d to reaeli Portland on the ad.
Special Excursion lickets
f'rem Itinoinniiti to Purdiiiul unci retnru will bo sold
for fciOt U" d for thro wwss fmin Hie Kuh Inst.
K.ciirnioiiitilH will hav no opp'Tiiinlty itlno of see
iiiK tlmUKKAT V JUI'dltl A UlUJJOt;, at Mom real
A hu ll is two milw In lonirln and nearly comi leted
TickitlHBuld at all the Ticket Oltlcea of the!)., 11.
1). It. Ji. (,-ouipaiiy. l. McLAItEN,
rJuperlntemlent ..11 U.lt.lt.
it M. fllOKMAHKIt,
General Hiipi-ruitonilent I). & JU. It. B.
sepllf
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
Brley "& Webb,
STATIONERS
Printers,
Binders
-AJiD-
Blrink-Book Manufacturers,
CINCINNATI,
InvVe the utlention of
iTieixIian4i, IBnnkei1!,
Railroad anil Insurance Companies,
AMI DF.ALKRS,
To tin ii Inritu an 1 uncouiilrd nnserlueuil of
PLAIN & FANCY STATIONERY,
Kmbrucing every dBiirIptlon of
Envelopes, iliieihee, Steel and Quill Pens;
I". st-ofiiro, Kuvolopo.Cird, Dill-keailand Cash Boxes;
Illa'-U, Ciirmlncand Copyliiu Ink ; Copy Books;
Maids, LtudPncils,iili,ls, Lctternnd Invoice File',
ViitH, JirafiN and Hills of Kxrhauw; Tissue Pors:
Oorjlting Botdtj anil Presses; (ill J'ap: r, Cutlery, 4c.
PAGED ACCOUNT BOOKS,
PASS & MEMORANDUM BOOKS
Blank -Books,
if sny desired pntlorn, manufiirtiiri'd to ordor, from
Ibe bist Kuiillsli and Ainerlcau Pa tiers.
Writing and Printing Papers.
A complete stick of tliovarkniuunlltlesof Litter
Cei and Nolo Papers; Klat Cap, Demy and Medium
Ledger Pare ri; Kollo Post, 4e.
JOB PRINTING.
WIM OF LADING,
BlliLIIKAU-f,
OIIBi'Kd.
WA if.liiLI.S,
cm -L'l.Aits,
rtAlinnAD ItEt'EII TS.
lillyKTi
MH'IIS,
KUKUIUT HECEll'TJ,
PAJli'llLETii,
uli i I, rrm '
no.ru it in,
I IKK AND M 1T1 Hi ii l-illiniTQ J.
I'liutel It wOvi ,tn ttt iKtiiiii ntilt,
NEW ADVERTISE MSNTS
Pure Coal Oil.
fUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE, AT
ft One Ilollar per gallon br
. J. N. Pft WFilN. (irucor,
w-ini M7 East Fmut-streel.
BTIhO.M COURT AN I) RACE STP.EETS
H to Wwieru-row nnd Oliver street Ollver-tr'
bnlu the llrsl stveet north nf Llboriy-trect-tli
QtKBN Ol'lf 8HllM HllOP.
jn!p?2ft VTM. BCSHHtili.
BROTH EH TON & CO.,
AND
Dealers in Exclianso,
CINCINNATI.
ranE UNDEBSIUNlsr., op thk latk
jL Bon Be of
CILMODE dt I1ROTHF.RTOX,
Has commonced brulnosa undor the above firm nam
At Acs. 7 and 9 TUlrrl-nlrcel, (Trust Coin
puny llulldincr.)
prnm J. Ii. UltflTIlHIlTON.
DELANI).
, CUTLER,
PIIilCBS OK
RICH DRESS SILKS!
At MXr. ami $1 per yard.
Fancy Dress Robes!
ELF.Q tNT IIORTI8,
lUATUILVR DKLAINB BOBEH, ,
rttlNTED FOULARD SILK K0BE8,
MISSKl' I 1M A I ff R ROBF.S, dte.
FLANNELS, BLANKETS, &c.
BEST MAKE OF EXCM8U WOOIi FLVNSEL8
AND BliiNKltTS-VBltV LOW.
Sheetings, Towels, Linens, &c.
ALI, OF C L it FALL AND WIXTHR
UOSlEttT AND IWDKaVESTS,
ForLnllee.UonUnud Children.
Bargains ! Barsama ! !
TIJE MOST PESIIiAriLH
HOOE SKIRTS,
tiOW WOEN. IS OUEAI FAUlKTSr..
'
Laces and Embroideries,
-ideried expressly fur our lli tall TrMlo. Point and
AppllQiiu Lace Mu, Collate ami Sem, Lace Vails,
Sc. ueiiiitliul variety ef French Embroideries.
DEL AND, G0SSAGE & CUYLER,:
71 West Fourth-street.
OrrOSITB PIKB'8 Ol'KKA.ItOrSH. .
Lt.pil-TiiThSwt1
CINCINNATI
TESTIMONIALS.
lrom Ex-Governor Corwin.
"Dr. Ealing extracted a Corn Ibr me. I ntd sill,
fired much und luufl with It. I bad tried mauy rem--'li-n,
without micoeas. Krum my present feeling 1
tiave littlo doubt but the cure will bo permanent,
the operation was ptrforined In a few mluutee, and
was attended with no puln whatever.
"TOO. COBWIN.
"Cinelrinatl, Beptemberir, lew."
Prom Nicholas longworth. Bernard,
Esq.
"Dr. Boll nn bat brernted very sltllllully, and Willi,
out pain, ou my reel. I ean 5nrldeiitly recommend
liliutomyrilond.. K. L. UKIIN4BD.
"(linclanati, Ptpttmlxr 17, 1311."
DR. EALING'S
GOXSIILTIKM BOOMS,
PIKE'S OPERA-HOUSE.
KNTEANCB5,
Concert Room Entrance.
IseplMfJ '
i Lt WHO STCDT APPEARANCE
1. .hoiild RHtOUIt NEW St VIDEOS' UltKfW
IIAT-Ilght, dres.y tad brtillnnt Id oelor th "Uti
Pins Ultra" of the mou.
J. C. TOWERS & CO..
FASHIONABLE HATTERS,
No. 149 Main-it;i-fcjot.
OKI DOB HM.nW POfBTII.
-8Wj
WEST FOURTH-STREET
OHIO STATE FAIR.
OHIO STATE FAIR. LITTLE MIAMI
—AND—
Columbus and Xenia.
Columbus and Xenia. RAILROAD.
OHIO STATE FAIR WILL BR
held At Znnetvllie on ibe aotll, 31st, id and 2M
liivs nf !ieptmlior, Is.'if.
'I'rnins lenv iIih l.itt'e Miami Pepot at It A.M.:
1.30 A. a., and 11:30 P. M. , '
Fare for ths Hotmd Trip, 65.
Tlrlivtn sod from tbo lyi h t,. Un- i; h f Septem
ir, iii-lii. ire; to ! Ii-U at No. I lliniii-l llniirii-, cut-.
i-r 'ihi d ami Vine alrtels; Walnut -niruet llui.-e;
O'lUi-i'io-t eurtmrof Fr-ul and llroadu), aud at Hm
LlMli- Mi mil Jjitol, tii.t lruut-trei't.
ivil6-nidp J. I'LIiAjili, cnrriij'etleut.

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