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THE PENNY PRESS,
in printed and published daily, (Biuidanexcete4,)b7
FRANCISCO & CALDWELL,
Ai HO I west ruuiiu Dtinsv,
Mid delivered to enhacrlbers in CINCINNATI, 00V.
1M0T0N and SIWFOBT.and In inrroaiidiDg olties,
Villages and towns, at .11':..-
- SIX CENTS A WICK,
payable to th Barrier. ' '
PRICE Off MAILING. - -. - .
tingle Uopleey I ots.r. One Month, 40 ota.l Three
Months, Si 00) One leer, ft OOrv '! .V.
AMUSEMENTS.
Wood's Theater
VOBNKB SIXTH 4 VINI Sri., CINCINNATI.
Joan A. Ki.ui.is, Ja...-,...8ole Lessee tad Manager.
JMrst night of the celoliriited tragedian,
MR. JANES ANDERSON.
THIS t M.md .O NVHNINO, September 20, will lio
presented ShakKpfare'e maelerpiece, , , , ,
HAMLET.
Hamlet .-Mr. James Anderson.
Ghost h Mr. II ami.
I.aertce Mr. Langdon.
King Claudius ..........Mr. Lord.
Polonlus .......,.,.,. y Mr. Mr. Ellsler,
Haratio Mr. Read,
it.rii- Mlaa Jfaunv Donliam.
Cravo digger Mr. Adams.
Ophelia Mrs. Eftie hllsler.
Uueeu lierlrudc. Mr. Uilliert,
Dnnce Mnrahnll Children.
To cunclwie with the comedietta of
?; J OUR GAL,
Caroline...... '. Miss Fanny Denliaiii.
Uld Wiiitcrbloesom Mr. Fiahor.
SMTDoors open at 7; Ourtaln rleea at IU o'olock.
PanT.sor Admission Dress Uircleaad Farquetlei
Monta; flallory,2Scents.
SWNn free list.
0. 31; INSTITUTE.
Seventeenth' Exhibition;
The largest display of the
INDUSTRIAL AND FINE ARTS
: Km bald in the Weal, ;'.. '
Hill Remain Oppu a few Days Longer.
' Com, and an lbs wonderful , . ,
Steam Organ, or Calliope,
In operation afternoon and evening. ,:
i i i ' . teopale . " l
SMITH & NIXON'S HALL.
Grand Vocal and Instrumental
c onceet;
MISS GEORGIN A PA1CI3 ; ;
Innnntiriw In her frlanda and thennblic cen.ralli
hat her first Concert, since her return from the
Soutb, wiUUteriaceaiarw?e,on . -
lllUISUdjr EifGIUIIg,
sepal
Kept.
29th.
PALACE GARDEN & VARIETIES
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER lf.
EXTRA ATTRACTION !
MOKKNOVElriKS
NEW VKkTVkv.Hl '
00 TALKNTKI) PEIIFORMKKS
Captain Menter's Cornet Band.
MUSICAL TABLEAUX.
OPKBATIG BURLESQUES.
TIMK CHANOKD.
Promenade Conceits, from 7 utll I o'clech, lu Ihe
ardti. i I" M
Variety tutertainnent, from t nittlll o'elock, lu
the Concert Saloon. n;. ,
Admission Tea Cent.
15
UTTg'S PANORAMA
New Testament and the Lnnrl of Palestine
OVTBK '
Will be einieitcu every evening lor iwn weens at
THK MRT.nTtKONT HAItl,.
ommenciug THIS EVENING, September 22, anil
an WtttlneMdav and Saturday afternoons. -
Tirk,u ha rant: tlhltrtr.n under twelve veArA 1.1c
Liberal amusements made with schools, swittitw
LARGEST MULE LIVI1VG
rilHE UNDERSIGNED WILL EXHIBIT
JL at all the Ooi'ktt lAins In Ohio and Indiana
tnelargoatniulomumniutLdworiu, ,
19 Hands nigh-Weiahe 1,835 Poumlii,
Five Yen Old.
IV as rslaed by Sr. M'Cann, of Fayette County. Ky,
IV III b. exhibited by , GEO. W. FBOST.
fauM-aml
THE OYSTER TRADE.
FRESH
OYSTERS.
CAVAGNA'S
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WEST FIFTH.8TRKET. -FlUE
SUBSCRIBEK 18 NOW RECBIV
BL 1NO daily, per Kxpreu, his iplcmlld Oyaters,
Having coin plated arrangements in Baltimore,
the most extensive eoale, I will at all timea during
theneason be prepared to furnish my friends, "and
the rait of mankind," with the moxt DKLIOIOUH
PIVALVjGs Imported to the Uueen City. Mone
the very best imported. Creat inducements oUered
ut this lmnorting-house,
Ordsr slolioited and prom1
mntlvfl
(I y filled. Terms rash,
'Kit CAVAflNA.
PKTKR CAVAGNA,
seplir
Belt Importer and Proprietor.
C . S. MALTBY
' PEAIBS IN '
OUSTERS.
FRESH CAN
OYSTEORS.
OYSTERS.
Spioed Oysters. :
PICKLED OYSTERS
fVMlS SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECEIV--.
IHfl DAILY, by the Adams Express, MALT
BY'S world-renowned Baltimore ..
Fresh Can, Keg and Shell' Oysters,
' 'I ALSO
Fraili, nermedcally-aealed COTB, BriCBD
PICKLED OYSTERS. ,
" EOBEST ORR, Agent. "
pMf ' " ' Depot, 11 West lift h-elroet
OYSTERS! PRESH OYSTERS
OINIIIrlNATI. ' "
HAVIT COMMENCED FOR THE SBA-'BOH-
the sale f J, B. M ANN C0.'8, snperior
law fresh oysters J. TODD,
Wholesale and retail Agent for J. R. Mann ft
Olsten cooked in a superior style at our uanal
rabveuargee. . . ir a,iueau
M R 8 ,
J.rA. O RTHi
LADIES' ADD GENTS
FURNISHING STORE
No. 916 Fifth-street, -
Between Klra andjfluni, r ) CIN01HNATI.
tomb, Ilair Oil, erflunsry, Fanoy Hosps and
IK'UI IJIHII HIUIU.
N. B. rjhirts,snd all kinds of Furnishing flood
made to order, , , au24-am
,H. KINGSBURY,
Professor of the Guitar and Flute,
'' Ladles and Gentlemen wishing In-
Ntntc.tiAn nn eith.r nf tha ahnvn In.'
' strnmenu, will reculve prompt at-j
T rh SliulftMUiras of V ni. O. I'alera A
t tention. or eavtmr ineir auureaa ai i
How John Church audWui. M, reterj
DKS. B. EHRIviAN & W. C. LEECH.
' HOiHIEOPATIIISTS
FICI), 40 SXYIKTB STB1KT.
Office hours (rest
yWia
A.hf.,1 te3,an17te9,P.
VOL. 2. NO. 31.
CINCINNATI, MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 26, 1859.
1
PRICE OJNE CENT.
LAW OF NEWSPAPERS.
First. Suliscrlberawho do not aire ekoreaa notice
to the contrary, are iroiiNidered aa wisirjug to con-
unne rneir auoacripiioDH 10 ine paper.
SrooND. If anburilwra order the dis continuance
of Uieir periodicals, the publiahor may continue to
end them until arrearagw art paid.
TBiRo,-IfuriscriteranBlei'torroftiMti!take their
periodicals from tiieofllre to which Mieyuredirooted,
they are belli responnlblo till they lutvo aettled tlio
bill and ortlermi Ilium aiscoutinnea,
Fornrn. IT Hiihflcrllxirs romtivo lo, ot her places
without informing the uubliehers, and thnpapi'i'saro
ent toine lonuer uirectiou, moy are kciu rt'apou
ihlo. lTiyrir.-i-Tlmflimrti liafo decided that rnfuslniito
take perioiliciils from the otlice, or roinoving and
leaving thfui uncalled for, is 1'aiHA yaciE ovidouccuf
intentional fraud.
NEWS AND GOSSIP.
j
;
ti
tint
and
,
Co.
mod.
Mo
d Mts. Sntan Montevie died in the TJOOr-
house In' New York last Thursday, nt the ad
vanced age of 115 years. She was horn in
Detroit. JU icmran . ene whi wnat is com mon ly
known as a haif-broed,or half Indian and half
French. She wad married in early life to .Fran
cis Ilontevlc, a .Frenchman, and a soldier in
the American Atmiy in the war of 1S12. He
waa at the attack of Haokinaw. When Major
Holmes! fell dead upon the field, Wo ntovie
sprang forward and plavied the body ui idor a
fallen tree, and covorcd It with bark, t o pre
vent its being soalpod by the Indian: i. . He
died some years alnoo. Thore were i leveral
children by tho marriage, but we beliov e they
are all dead.
SSI-Tho Wheuliutr InirUlumecr sr iva a
steamboat hsa boon built t.'iore with a n up
right tubular botlor, similnr to tnoso used
upon locomotives, anil that a great d sal is
thus saved in weight, space and cxpimse.
With about ten tuns of freight to give h( r an
even scci, sne win oniy urnw auoui, -eiguv
iuohos water. Stoauiboatmen, who huvo
seen her. aav that if tho tubular boiler works,
it will introduce an cntiroly new idoa in boat
buildincr, and her cominc out is thcfoforo
looked to with considerable interest.
She is a hundred and ten foot lone, aud
gixteon and a hall l'cct beam, and is built for
a ilHTi in Evaiisvmo, Ind,
it&T A good story is told Vy tho New 1 lavoa
RcjMcr of Bishop, who was sont down to Now
AOra wim una ui uia iij-iri iu.uuiuud, a.
"speaifnen namber." A butcher was des lrotl3
he should set it going in his shop, and i a the
course of half an hour soniothing loss tl tan
peok of fl ies' had been " hired.',' . Tho bu to'jor
was pleased, bat concluded, as the fiieg . w ere
all trapped, hedidn'twantthe maohine. "Very
well,'' said Bishop, I'm a Yankee, and I w n't
take advi ntage of you by carrying off y. our
flios," and drawing the slide, he liberated the
whole swarm about the butcher's ears, and t 'eat
a retreat under oover of a little the lout lest
buzzing ever heard in that vicinity.
pff' The Submarine Telegraph Cempuny
of Lona'on, now poisess ten oonduoting wires
between Kngland and Franco, besides sii
stretching U Uclgitim, and five to difforeut
parts of the north of Europe It is also pro
posed to lay a oable betwoen the Channel Is
lands and th e Frenoh ooaBt. Tho eablos. be
longing to tUI s company have been lately ex
amined and .found to be in oicolloot order,
notwithstanding they have boon laid now for
seven or eight years. ! ' :
.1 -fgrlii an "Essay on Women," a writer
remarks th.&t beauties generally dio old
maids. They set such a price on themselves
that they doit't find a purchaser till tho mar
ket is closed.. Out of eleven beauties that
have come cut within the last eighieeen
years, ten are still single. They spend their
davs in working great does on yellow wool,
while their evoniugs axo devoted to low spir
its d French novels.
. jeff Mr. Fislior, of V nttorson, Now .) ersoy,
has constructed a steam-carriage, whioh prom
ises excellency. A few few days sinoe,
steamed to Aequckanonk, on the common road.
Twelve passengers were un board, and the car
riage went on the level fifteen miles an hour.
One mile was mn in three minutes. Tho
builder does not doubt that, when completed,
the carriage wm run any ivnero.
In tho Library of the Boston Aihaietitn.
there is a book bound in the pieoe of the sk
of one Martin Walton, adeceased highwayman,
of Charleston, Mass. '.Cho oovsr is of one
vies about ten by six inehes in size. It is
- ,,..! 1. L t 1 ' . m.
801 1 as wasnjeaiuer, uui, uiuoa naner. xne
book is a narrative ol his lite, dedicated to
Warden of tho prison, and publishod in 1837.
at?)1" A fire broko out in one of tho 'tars
of the .TieulsviUe and Nashville Railroad when
the train was within a few miles of Nashville,
Thursday' morning. The car was lillod with
bacon, which was entirely consumed. Sup
posed to ha'e caught from the sparks of the
looomotire. . The oonduotor failed to save his
bacon.
usS" Charles Mackay, having spoken dis
paragingly of Tennyson's "Idyls of the King,"
is thus hit by .Put. .
"Tho Idyls a rliymsteroiporiM- 1
0 Public, Mi iolce aud he glad I
Ifliewere not abusiug good versos,
Xlo'd bo busih" writing some bad."
IfRev. Dr. Bede'l, Bishop elect of tho
Diocese of Ohio, is amovig the signers of the
petition In favor of the restoration of Binbop
Onderdonk. . Dr. B. was a signor befoio he was
elected Bishop.
irJTk "(Jrecne County Fair Ball" is to
given at McMillan's Hall, Xeuia, on tine eve
ning of Wodnesday, tho 2Sth. 1 Mentor's Hand,
we lcars, will lurnish tho musio tor lite occa
sion. .'''If''
ff "Aint it wiokod lo rob dis chicken-
roost, Bob?" said a Williamsburg colored
worthy to his pal. "Divt's a great moral ques
tion, Jim; we baint no time to arguo it now.
Hand down another pullet." , . ,
'aB"A wag has inventod a new 'telegraph.
Ue proposes to plaoea line of women fifty itepi
apart, and commit tho news to the lint
them ai a socrot.
2rfr Tho price of coal in Boston ii $b a tun.
The present comparatively low price is owing
to the aotlvo competition among the different
ooal mining companies, . ,,
S'Hev. Dr. P. Audorson, jiaslor of
Central Presbyterian Church in tit. Louis,
beon eleotod President of Oakland College.,
Mississippi. , , . '
Mrlht Indiana citato Fair begins at New
Albany to-day, snd continues throughout
week,
'Ths twenty-tint annual fair 1 of tE
Greene County Agricultural Sooioty oouiineuoes
at Xenia to-morrow. ' ' .. -:
i"Th6 three thiuga nioit dJttioult are
keep a secret, to forgot an injury, and to make
good use of loisurs,.- .., ,
been appointed Consul at Weaslna, in
mngdom ot the t wo uioiues.
JbEfThouias F. Meagher is to ' lecture
Boston on the 3d of October on "Jonathan
Swift, the Dean of Bt. Patrlok's." "'.,''
;Eff"Mr. Smith, tho bogs are getting into
your oornlieldl" "Never mind, Billy, I'm
sleepy; oorn won't hurt 'em." '' . :,
pS'ia. Cose defines the exact bight of
young lady's ambition to be two dttlo foot,
n Infidel Convention willie held
Philadelphia on the first Monday of October.
js9The most eomplete "man-nfwar" anoat
I.JNapeleon BnapnrUi ' i
United States Grand Lodge of Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, Baltimore,
Md.—Two Days' Proceedings.
WEDNESDAY.
m
a
The United States Ore od Lodge of Odd Fel
lows reassembled yestt day morning at the
usual hour, O. B. Crai bead presiding. The
Grand Treaaur er subra'.tted hU annual report of
the reoeipta an d disb- irsemonts for the past
year. Therecsipts were $17,S73 70, and the
disbursements :fL7,5 36 19 showing an exoess
of $101 10 of cipmses over receipu. The re
port also showf ii it balance in the treasury of
$10,331 96, w' oich sum, it is presumed, will
be nearly suff icientto pay the mileage and per
diem expens of the representatives at the
present session. During the first half 'of the
past year tl e G. T. was compelled to borrow
$;i,100 to ueet liabilities, and it will again
doubtless bo seoessary to authorize the Orand
Biro to is-Aie the notes of the Grand Lodge for
about tb e same amount.
The Orand Secretary mado a suDnlementarr
report, showing the reoolpt of $3,692 09 since
his i irst report was snbmittod, from Orand
Lodges; $1,!)7 25 from Orand Knoampments,
Bnki84 14 from other sources. The amount
of Buppliea during tho past year wr,s $8,538, of
miica uui'utii ,ooi .1 was profit, and the
amount of supplies on hand $?,223. Tho re
port also states that 130 wa'j received for the
Wildey annuity. .
bevaral reports wore ther, maJe h enmm teaa.
of intoroat only to tho w orking ordor. ,
,.Kcp. Vietel. of tb,, finanoa cammittM. n.
ported resolutions dioUng the Grand Secretary
to settlo with the Jrand Encampment en the
paymont ot iplUU. 0f its indebtedness in cash,
and a note or Vtotos of the Grand Encampment
for the remainder. f$17RI: whinh waa laid nn
ihder, ($1761: which was laid on
the table.
Also a mnort with nunlnrinna ta
reduce the price ef diplomas to soventy-uve
OentS, r.nd a discount of thlrtv.thraa and a
third 4ior cent, when purchased in numbers of
wou'.y-nve or more copies; laid, on the table,
Kin, Caldwell, of Ohio, auhmiltad a
witjx resolutions, that when a subordinate lodge
or encampment beoomes extinot, any member
tlaerorjf shall, npon the payment of his dues,
roee'.vo from the proper authority a eard of
withdrawal, to have the samo effect as if it had
been granted by an existing subordinate in good
standing. . . ,
Rep. Voltcb, of tho finance!committee. sub
mitted the estimate receipts and expenditures
of the next year the reeeipts $20,500, and the
expemmures if,u2u. Accompanying the es
timates was a resolution to negotiate a tempo
rary loan for such sum as the immediate wants
of the treasury may requlro, and appropriat-
wg ha ( ,uzu tor uie expenses ot the current vear,
The greater part of the day was spent in
the submission and discission of amendments
to the constitution of the grand body, none ef
uiuu iuoeoas any special interest.
THURSDAY.
in
as
of
be
.
of
the
the
Grand Lodge of Odd Pel
lows reassombled Grand Sire Craighead and
all tho Grand officers present. Rep. 1'aras
worth, of Tenn., of tho legislative committee,
romineu aurerseiv on the proposition of IteD,
C-assedy, of New Jersev, to establish a periodi
cal to be devoted to the interest of the Order,
ua iuo project naa eeiore neen mod ana abandoned,
and as the ground is now ocouniod kv
Individuals, their privileges or interests should
not be trespusod npon. 1 '
Rep. Mason, ef Kentucky, of the committee
on politics, reported favorably in granting a
obartor for Far Western Encampment, to be
located at, Leavenworth, in Kansas.. - Also to
grant a charter to Paradise Lodge, No. 1, lo
cated at Santa Fe, N. M., and fot an Encamp
ment ft the same Dlaoe.
, Re p. Taylor, of Penn,, of the oommittee on
the etate of tho Order, renorted advemnlv tn
the. preposition to appoint a Grand Lecturer
to visit all the Grand Lodgos and initiate them
'.n the work, as that is a special businoss of the
urana iteprcscutativcs to their various grand
wmics.
Rop. Dwinelle, of Northern New York, pre
sented a roport, with a resolution, that on and
after the first day of January next, the ranks
or degrees of all members to whom withdrawal
or visiting cards may be grantod by subordinate
lodges or encampments, shall bo expressed on
the face of the card, where the form of the
eard permits it, or if it does not permit it, shall
be indorsed on the oard, certified under the
seal or tne respective lodge or encampment, by
the officers issuing: the same. All new engrav
ings of visiting and withdrawal eards, shall be
in suoh form as to permit of a full expression
of the rank or degree ef a visiting brother upon
the face of the oard.
A numbor of ptoposcl amendments to the
constitution of the United States Grand Lodge
norc iueu uA&eu up, &nu rojectcaormacnniceiy
postponed.
The Vtesolution of Ken. Garwood, of Cali
fornia, declaring vacant the seat of any grand
repreontrtive who may not return to his juris
diction during the yoar, was taken tip and
adopted.
The resolution of Rep. Nixon, of Louisiana,
upon the subject ef the amendment to the con
stitution of the Grand Lodge of the United
States, securing tho right to the grand bodies
on tne ractno coast to admit suspended mem'
hers from lodges or encampments on the At
lantic coast, upon suoh terms as thsy may pre-
A.1U. ... ! -I 1 .J 1.1
Bui.uu, TTttn vuuniuureu sou i,uopi.eu.
The report of tho legislative committee
touching the granting of cards to dofunot
lodgos and oncampmonts under this jurisdic
tion, was taken up and so amended as to re.
quire satisfactory evidence that tho applicant
at the time is worthy, and providod that the
oharter, books, ice., of said dofunot lodgo or
encampment shall havo boon surrendered to
tr.e proper officer. After the adoption of tho
amendments, tne resolutions passed.
Tho report' of the oommittee affirming the
action ot tne urana Lodge ot .North Carolina
in tho expulsion 01 Fast Urand Wolf was
adopted. . . t . , - ,
Bop. Gaurad offered a resolution forbidding
a subordinate lodge or encampment to make
any pecuniary compensation out ef its funds
for the services of any ef Its officers except
threo brethren, who act as outside guardian,
permanent secretary and reoording secretary,
in the subordinate lodge, or the finanoial scribe
in tho subordinate enoampment The reso
lution was referred and roported upon ad
versely, v ,,
On motion of Rop. Stewart, of Indiana,
oommittee was appointed to revise tho funeral
eoremony of the order, to report at the next
communication of tho Grand Lodge. ,
A largo amount ef business was disposed of,
principally reports ef committees, of no special
tntorest, when the body adjourned until even
ing. What was done in the evening session
did not transpire, ". i '
to
the
in
,
a
at
Tag Great Eastibn Cxlibbation at Pobv
lanp. The Portland AdverlUer Btates that
a ineBseDger has been dispatched with an in
vitation to the President and his Cabinet
be present at tho celebration on the arrival
the Great L'ulera, as the guests of the city.
Sir Edmund Head, Governor-General of Can
ada; Professor Bache, of the United States
Coaut Survey, aud othor distinguished men,
havo acoopted invitations to bo present. No
answer has yet been received from tho Pies
ident. ;
Tjokb ligRR. Lager beer was first intro
duced into Pbiladelpnia in the year 1841, by
German named Wagner, who oemmenoed
manufacture in a small kettle in aoornorof his
premises in New-street.- So great has the de
mand beoome for this popular beverage that
there are new la that city some thirty breweries,
with a capital of $1,200,000 employed in
manufacture. . They turn oat one haadred and
eighty thousand barrels annually.
OablDOttUH Fistival at Nxw YoBK. The
Caledonia Club of New York held their third
annual meeting at Jones's wood, a few days
since, for the purpose of competing in the ath-
letio games peculiar to Sootlend. The mem-
oers oi tne olub, numbering about 200, are all
Scotchmen, or the sons of Sootchnien, and were
dressed la Highland costume. Their first ex
ercise was to dance a Scotch reel, to the music
of btgplpos, and their bonnets and kilts and
vari-colored plaids, amid the sylvan surround
ings, presented a picturesque scone. Tho next
was a trial of strongth in throwing a heavy
sledge hammer, weighing 22 pounds, after
swinging it ever tho head. The two who won
the prites throw it (18 and 63 feot. The prizes
for throwing a light hammer, wotghiug 12
pounds, wero won by the two who threw it 84
and 7'J feet. Tossing toe caba, a log ef wood
16 feet in longtb, next took place. A stone
Weighing 21 Pounds. Placed in tha nalm nf tha
hand, was thrown by one member 23i feet,
ana zi,y loot by another. The tillu vallum
(orbroad-aword)danceoonsiatedin dancing over
two broad-swords erossed on the ground so as
not to touch the swords. Thehighest standing
jump was 10 feot ; the longest running jump lb
.... . .1. - t.!1 . : .elint . ..
tost , wo uiguoBt jump was 4 ieet incnoB; tne
best hop, skip and jump was M'A feet ; the best
running high jump was 5 feet! inch. Dancing,
Durdle-racmg and blindfold barrow-racing
dosed thoir national sports.
Dkatii Bowsx. the Horss Thikk. The
"Kev." Elijah Bowen, the notorious horse
thief, died in jail at Frederick, Maryland, on
Sunday Inst. He was attended in his last
moments by his daughter, who is said to be an
amiable and refined young lady. The de
ceased, during the last ten or fifteen years,
traveled extensively in Maryland, Pennsylva
nia and New Jersey, passing himself off as a
clergyman, and officiating In different pulpits.
in iooj. ne was sent to tne JNew Jersey State
Prison for stealing a horse. A few months ago
he made his appearanco at Frederick, Mary
land, where ho hired a horse and buggy, with
wnion ne started oil, but was overtaken in a
neighboring city, brought back and committed
to jail, where ho died. After his arrost, bov
eral porsona from New Jersey aid elsewhere
appoarod and identified him as the person who
naa scoien norses irom tuem, iiowen was a
Baltimore Exchange.
Tim PBizg-piGiiTERs. Prioe, one of the
principals in the great prize-fight to takeplaoo
on the bth of Ootober, crossed over from this
city to Canada on Saturday. Those who saw
him, represented him to be a very powerful
made man, and in excellent condition. ' Krily
is expeoted to-day or to-morrow. He is also
said to be in fine trim, and very confident of
winning the battlo. The fight creates great
interest among tne tanoy, and Kelly, from his
known power and sinew, is the favorite. Price,
however, has bis backers, and they aro taking
tne ouas wnenever onerea. xno tight, it is ex
peotod, will be equal to any in tho display of
"ring taouos- ana pugilistic science which has
occurred in this country. Prioe will complete
his training at Cowthards, Fort Erie, and Kelly
Sept. 19.
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A Nsw Masonic Status ov Washington,
General Washington was a member of the
Masonie Lodge at Frodericksburg, Va., and
was initiated . November 4, 1752. The fact
Is interesting lo all Masons, while it is oflpe
dally a source of pride to the old Lodgo at
rroaencssDurg. it nag been deemed proper
to prooure a statue oi w asmngton, by .rowers,
and an order to tuat eneot was given some
time alnoo. The statue arrived at New York
from Leghorn a few days since It is the
property of the Fredericksburg Lodge, and
has beon paid fur by voluntary contributions
of the Uasonio urdor generally, ltcost ?j,II00,
and is somewhat largor than life. It waa pro-
Eoscd also to ereot a building at Fredericks
urg, suitablofor the statue, aud to inaugurate
it witu appropriate oeromonios.
No Taut Bill. The Grand Jury of Mon
roe County, Arkansas, havo rofuscd to find i
true bill against Mr. Donelsan for the killing
of S. M. Boyer. Tho Helena Shield says the
difficulty was caused by tho deceased making
indelicate remarks about his wife, who was
then in Clarendon, and had applied for a di
vorce. Donelson was also informed that Boyer
had said he would give fifty dollars fur his
(Donelson's) scalp. So soon as he heard this,
he armed himsolf with a double barrol shot
gun, took his stand upon the street, aud in a
short time the deceased approached him in a
menacing attitude Donelson telling him to
keep off, and giving back a few feet at tho
samo timo. Deceased continued to approach,
and Donelson discharged a largo load ot buck
shot into tho breast of Boyer, who foil dead.
, A Nkw Invkntiun. A stoaiu boiler has rc
ccully been iuventcd by Mr. Joseph Hani
son, of Philadelphia, which, it is claimed,
can not oxplodc, or at least to such an extent
as to bo feared. 11 is commended tstcam
boatmon, and is thus described:
This boiler, though shaped like most oth
ers, is entirely uiuoroni, iu ivs construction
being composed altogether of cast-iron globes
to the numbor of about throo hundred
These elobes aro about six inches in iliumn
tor, and havo at each end tubos about two or
throe inches long, which connect ouo globo
wun tne otner.
IIicuks not Haim'inksh Tho Into Btepheu
Girard, whon. surrounded by immonso woalth
aud supposed to bo taking suproine delight in
its accumulation, wroto thus to a friend : '
As to mjsolf, I Uve a galley bIovo, con
stantly occupied in passing the night with
out sleeping. 1 nui wrapped in a labyrinth of
affairs, and worn out with care. 1 do not
value fortune. A love of labor is my highest
emotion. When I rise iu the morning my
only offort is to labor so bard during the day,
that when tho night comes, I may be ena
bled to sleep soundly.
Bou.uo Watsrjiklon. Tho Boston Herald
says a gentleman of that city, whose family
luxuriating in the country, and who is com
pelled, therefore, to trust kitchen matters to the
inexperienced hands of a green help, sent home
an exeellenl watermelon, ono day last week,
for dinner; but bis astonishment was iutonse
whon he found that tho melon had been mis
taken for a squash and boiled to a jelly. The
unfortunate man remonstrated mildly. "Sure,"
said the girl, "I thought it waa a mighty
juioy squash."
Cohomssiosaii Fbotoobaph Gallsbt.
MoCloes, photographer in this eity, Is about
Issuing a volume of the photographs and au
tographs of the members of the last (Thirty
fifth;) Congress. The pictures are truthful and
life-like, while the whole collection will be an
invaluable presorvor of the reoolleotion of
agreeable associations in the hands of members
Washington Republican.
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SiHoiXAit Dsatu. A singular death has oo
ourrod at Uexton, England, A woman was
engaged in the aroa in front of her house, when
a monkey, belonging to an Italian organ
grindor, jumped on ber baok from the stroet,
and so alarmed her that she was attacked with
convulsions, and died in two days after.
A Natiokai Cohyooatioh op Polickuek.
There will be a convocation of delegates from
all the leading cities of .the Union at St.
Loni during the approaching week.' 'vm
SEWING MiiCHINES.
--0 UITQ'S
Impro red Two- Tarar ided Lock-Stitch
FAMILY SEYVIfJGr MACHINE
$35, 33a and 35. ,
'MMIE SATISFACTI ON WHICH THESE
M.
niaehinea haa given
tOtbom .hit h... iMMtn
using tbtini, lu all kinds o
f Family sewing, leads ns
to rei-oiiinieiid them to It ie public, with (be fullest
confidence tbat thev
ui gn
re etitl'j-n Hnri.fRCInn
wbetev-er weed. Aside Irol
n all kf nrik nfuwin. th..
KMBai'iDKB beautifully. 'I hey aro in all reapecta, as
regard a theMM;iillon oi 1 vnrK, nmt-i lnu oacbines.
They are now u exhihltii in at Uio Kafr. We sball
take pleasure in explain!! igthe workinv, ot oar ma
chine, and give specimen a of our vorx to all who
win invor u wnu a can i mr sale-rooms, corner of
Vine and rif fh-streota, ov erUol, Hopkins's atore.
To noraoiia residinii o,l of tha oltv. wh win in.
cloaoiia a three-cent i itaii in, whh their address, we
will send our circular , wven spentiniens of work,
WILTS BE BJAOTHRIM, A-e-te,
. . F-Bo"-K.'inuiunati,0.
Aaenta wanted, throughout Ohio .nd K.n.
tuclty. aepl3sun
$.10. f 30. $30.
MOOSE'S
Thirty-Dollar Son ble lock-Stitch
I
SECURED BY BBDBIIT IjKTMBS PATBNT.
ri-HI& M ACHINIS HAS BEEN PRO-
JL
NOITNOKtD by all ea.nnn ,n, ij... h
have seen it, to be the beat and r aoit desirable Fam
ily Hewing Machine ever introd,UCed, resjardleaa
of price. It will sew all kin ds of family goods,
from the very tllickeat lotlievei t Anastralirlra mad..
and uees all kinds of thread, fp,m No. 8 to 200.
No oil la used ou lopot mo machine. '
Hr lid fora circular, or nail r.uii , l, in nor.tlnn
Upon early iippl icatiun, State and County Bights may
be secured.
An energetic, person can make a fortune In a short
time. Agents wanted in all-onaold territory.
8c le and exel nelvo a;ent Vnr the United 8tatea,
scpUfmt I IS West Fu arth-stroet, Cincinnati.
G.COIFFIlf&Co.
--DiALaas in ';.''-,
IiWV, WKB8TER it CO.'S
tJLatellnnt, Webster iCe.'s,).; .''
SEWINC MACHINES,
No. 6 F,o,urtt itroet, Cincinnati.
On the Ut of October v will remove le
No. 80 West Fourth-street,
GAZETTE BUILDING.
aepl3
SLOAT SCO.
SEWIM Ml CHINE S,
Cincinnati, Office 53 West Fourth street.
r)F THOSE INTENDING TO PURCHASE,
vre desire a pereonal lnves tlgstlon of the com
parative meritaof thene Bewlog Uaohines with ail
others in the market.
aull tBAMKHENBY. Agent.
KELSEY fi: CO.S
SEWING -MACHINE S
Offloe-30 West roTuth-street,
OlNCINtNATfl,
w
K ASK OF A DISCEIMINATING
imblio, in pursuit of a roliable ttewiua-Mu-
chine, tne most rigid comparison of the merits of
three Machines with nllothurs in the market. We
court 1 1, being siiro it will result in our favor.
D. W. IlAItiUNCTON & CO.,
u30 Agent.
singer's mrm haghines.
Prica Btduccd lo 960, C75, 9U0W ti25.
Singer' New Fe. nilly Sewing Machine,
Tho price of which laoixly jm, is a light and olegant
ly decorated Machine, capable of performing, in 111"
best style, all the sewiiif ; of a prlvato family.
Plnger'H Trnnxverse (shuttle Machine,
To bo eold at $7.1, IsaStachlnoontirolynewIn Its ar
rangement; it Is very 'oeautlfnl, moves rapidly and
very easily, and, for favrally use and light mannfac
tnrtug purposes, ia th e very best aud cheapoet Ma
chine ever oflered to t'lie public.
Singer'" No. 1 Pf hndnrd Shuttle Rlnohine, '
Formerly sold at Jl IS, but now rednced to 8110, la
known all over the world. Every aort of work can
be done with it.
Singer's No. 3 (standard Shuttle Mnehlne,
This is tha favoritie manufacturing Machine every
where rrice, with table complete, 134.
SWSend for a f circular.
JAMES SKARDON,
Agent for J. II. Binger ft Co. ,
No. 8 Knat Fourth street,
Jell-I OraoiNNATI, OHIO.
LESTER'S SEWING MACHINES.
I
AVOULD RESPECTFULLY 1NFOKM
the sewing public that I am tha sola authorlud
Agent for the aalo of the 1
TESTER'S IMPROVED 8HUTTT.E
SEWIM MACHINES;
And being well aciiiiHikteu with llamerlls, and famil
iar with its operation. I feel tonfident that those in
want of suoh an article, will give it preference over
all others now before the public.
I denm It unnecessary to enumerate sl its aflvjin
tAKve, c-i thc-se who may wish to fans base will proba
bly preter to sat isly themselves by personal lnspec
tlou, which they may do by calling at
Nit. 119 Weat Fourth street.
Vrersoiia purchasing Lester's Hewing Machine
will receive practical inutru'-.tioiis upon them Ires of
charge, AH machines warranto J.
WILLIAM LAPHA1U, Agent. , :
No. 2 vTeit ronrtb street, directly , '
JyJ6-tf- Opposite Post Offlcol'
EVENS';,
MANTJPACTl'RINa
SEWING MACHINE.
Ihillevel make the best Lock-stitch Bowing BU
ohlnes, In the world. If the purchaser does not think
so after six months trial, I will refund roe the
S30 ACTX) 011O,
Price of Machines.
OVFinH AND BAIB BOOHS-Dlreclly eef "the
Northwest corner Main and fourth streets, oyer
Owen's Jewelry establishment. i .v'i
T"A11 kinds of Sewing-Machines reralr1,''ajid
light machinery mannfactnred, at the Factory, JW
Valnnt-street, oorner Walnut and riftb,. .j., .',.
oSTAgenfti wanted, in other cities to sell my Bewv
ins-Machines. Addwei. P. KVAN9, Jr.,Xllner
uatt, w. v .-.-....:... ...4V ana,.
l
AdvertltemenU not exetadUf Uve Unas (Ajpi'Ci': '
On.lmnrUiin jsr. is
One ml I a
Two " "iti, p. 1, i Ui I SjA
One mnntt... . ,,.,, , , , tl ,1. .,,... H
Larger adTertleenenta InaerUd at the toUcsrie
raua, lor aiiura oi ten tinea or leas : ,
One InMrtlnn : , i,.,ja st
Each adilitiunal - - -, u ; JN . ,Mn. M
One -i -, --,-, i , 1 7i
Tnree - ,, , ,,,,-. L ,.
One month....
.SO
TermtwCailie
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BUSINESS CARDS.
ANDERSON A HANNAJORD,Al fhltect,
Manchester Building, , .
8. W. eoraer Third aid Sycamore at., '
Jyl OIKCINMAT1, 0310.
MadisonHouse.
flIAI.NSTH.EHT, :
BBTWBBK FBONT AND BBOOKD, OUTOimiATL
Fe P. t All ILL, Proprietor.
jyllcm . .
JBook Binding
IN ALL IT3 BRANCHES, NO. 8 EAST
Vniirth-streot, between Main andBycaiiiore. Cin
cinnati. . arite-blndlng in every style. Music BoolM ueat.
ly and durably bound. 0. OBOPf IB.
fjy2-em1 : ,
. D. OE FOREST,
Book Binder and Paper Ruler,
Third story Times Building, will do all worlt In hi
line with neatness and dispatch. - - Jr8S.lt '
PlTLIiAN k VVIIiLIAMSON,
(At the old stand of Pullan, Hatfield Prowa.l
WHOLESALE GROCERS"
No. 61 WIST BIOOND BT.,
eiMorgKATr,
J0iih rotLAS, formerly of Follan,Batlleld A Brown
WM.a. wimanaog. mra-AUr
THOS. H. WEASNER.
PKAtniALL(iitneot -
BUILDING LUMBER, LATH,
SHW0LE8, KTQ, 1TO.. ''. r..
371 Plum Street, ClneUaatl, Oldo,
jYi cni' .
1 F..M. MOORE, - " '
AHOHITBOT,
N. B. CORNER. THIRD & HACK T.,
OIKOINHATI, OBIO.
Ordere promptly attended to. ' ' ml7,'
B. KITTEEDGE & CO.
134 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI, 0. '
KITREDQE & FOLSOM, , !
OS Bt. Charles street, New Orleans, La.,
Importers of Guns As Spotting; Apearatas, '
i AKU DIALHB8 lit POST POWDSB.
LEEaDr.ET Bv"L7 JAMES Tgatf, ,
L. BYL & CO.. ,
CLEANEBS OK SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. 09 Sixth-street, between Tine and l!un, In
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Person vita
may favor us with their patronage, can rely i-n o.iic
toality and low prices. - - . - tiepi-oy
ENGHAVIN Qy;
14 WEST FOURTH STHKl.T.
DOOR PLATJIS, OABD CASKS, BTATiONKKV,
eto.,' etc., etc. '"''.
MEDICAL CARDS;
MEDICAL.
DR. J. WILSON'S Office, 68 West Ponrlb
streef, where he may lie consul tod dal'y u-mll
female Complaints, Inflammation of the Cervt., '
Prnlansns Ulerea, all displaoements of the Worn! .,
Spinal and Cerebral affoctious, and other orgatiic ilit
easea common to females. Tha Dootor's icui '
nonce ana recent aiscovery in tne treatment ot iim
a novo aiaeasea, can not fall to give enure aati'tnctlvn .
lueiocioris agent lor a nropeau remaie vionteit'
Fill; price jl and two stamps. auV-am
K. 8. NEWTON, M. D.
':';'.!'' ', - -;''
Offloe, 60 West 8evati Itfeet,
aarwua fin avb suoa.
O. E. NEWTON, M. P.
Orvioi Ne. to West Seventh street, betwrnn fi ..
and Bar. BisintNCE No. M Seventh Slrw't, rw.
ween Walnut and Vine. Oniti Bovas to
P.M.) IXtoSH" UlJtnsP.M. . ..
DENTAL CARDS.
DR. M. ROGERS.
X 33 rJ" T I S T . i
Oi" LONG EXPKEIINC1I IN THIS OJTi:,. , V
Ottice, No. 84, Se vent h-atret t ,
THIQD BOOB WIST Of VIXH,
aul8-amt CINCINNATI.
0. BOHBAll. A. SMIt I
BON3ALL & SMITH,
i : . : dentists', v:;;r.. ";
Ne. IIS Weit Six th'srrei ,
CINCINNATI.
" :' J.lTAPT.
(Biiocesnor to Knowlton A Tafl.) ''
DENTIST,
Ne. SO West Fourth St., bet, Walnut & t ine
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
JeM-cm . .
I. L. BAMLXS!. ' ' ''' ' '..'," B.'s.'OTB,
Drs. HAMIEN I SMITH,
DENTISTS,
No. 3 West Fearth sU
DR. 8. WARTJttl.
Z 33 1XT T i a T
Office No. 138 West Fourth street.
CINCINNATI, OHIO
H . S... WIN SLOW,
2D3EJ3NTTIST.
m., 151 BVCAMOBB BTBEKT, BILOYV ritTil,
jyst-om ..... ... OmauMATi.
JEWELRY.
U. P. EJL1AS'
' ' ; ITow Wholesale '..'!: : .v. a
WATCH & Jfi WBLRV HOUSE
16 West Fourth Street.
Where can be bad every artloLe appertaining to thi
Basinets at a mmch lean price, tor CASH, than
has ever before been offered ;-n this markst. -' . -QIVEi
US A CALL" -' .
And see for renraelvea. ....'' aoy
WM. W HI TAKER
.' JEWELER, ... , ,,, '..,
No.60N.lt.Oor.rinhand iLodge streets, betwee '
Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati.
A good assortment of 81 LTXB and PLA1ID WAS.
BPECTACIiS, etc.. kept eenstanllyea haad,
BpecUl attention given to Cleaning and Bepalriif
w alchea and Jewelry. , " aril) 1
dk KillTll, fio.B West 4th gf,
ARB NOW BBCKIVINff ABDItlONS lO '
their large aasoxtnwot of. Watches, Juwolrr. '
SUvorware and Diamonds. ' i ' '
A Bne aasortmeel er Plated Tea lets snd Ontlorr .
and Opera Olaafsa. , , a j
TO CONTRACTORS. 1
Omit or OraeiwsiATi Oas Liobt km Coas lio", V ,
CiaciKoAil, 8epumbeg 1, 16.,, ,,.
U BALED PROPOSALS WILL BE III!.
3 CKIVEIlat this offlceuntllthetddayof Oct.tior
next for the furnishing and laying of about one mil.'
lion and a quarter of bricks.
Pronosalb will be received for the furnishing and
layiug, both jointly and separately.
PIkiis and speclncatlons may be seen byaleulyin
to the Engineer, at this office, from 7 till i a' J. I
iwpZOtt WM. L. CLARKE, Secretary. ,
Pure, Still & Sparkling Wines,
JAMESE8HELBYe ':' ' - V.
Bat tweeoved his WINK CELL AB to Ve; 16 j)irw
fTTBPlT abfclrdatraae. y
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