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TUP PENNY PRESS:
' Is printed and inbllslied dally,(Bun4ayteioeptd,)by
FRAN CISCO & CALDWELL,
At No 11 West Fonrth Street,
and deliwred to mbsorlbert In OINOIHHATI, GOV.
JHQTOV and NBWPOBT.And In larrouodln cltlw.
tillagei"dtown!,at .
IX CENTS A WIEK.
lajaolt to the ranter. (
PRICE OP MAILING.
Mglt Copies, 1 cts.; On Month. 40 cts.. Ton
Months, 1 00; Oat Year, ft 00.
AMUSEMENTS.
VT O O D ' ST II E ATE U.
COBN1B SIXTH AKO VIRB-ITKKBTS. '
Jomt A. EiuK.il, J.. Alio Lessee and Manager.
He-engagement of ths celebrated Tragedian,
MR. JAMES ANDERSON.
THIS (Monday KTKNIKG, October 8, will be
presented Bhakapeare'a grand tragedy of
KINO LBAR. ,
AlDg ljBnr.tMM.t. ..i
King of France
..Mr. Anderson,
Mr. Lord,
Mr. Ellsler.
...Mr. Langdon.
....Mr. II ami.
.....Mr. Adams.
...af issDenham.
......Mrs. Kllaler.
....Mn. Gllbnrt.
Kh i oi item
Kdgar....
Edmund....
Oswald
fool
itordelia....
(lonerll
Began..,;
i.JUlu Walte.
Senorlta Maria in two favorite dancoi.
To conclude with tha laughable farco of
I ' JENNY LINO. f';T
Jenny Llnd......... Mia Denhani,
Baron Hwigltoil JUorry Mr. Adams.
Loatherlunga.,, .. .AJr. ilsuer.
- . cTha new iconic drama vrlllahortly be produced.
""Poors opcnat6; Curtain rises at 7.4 o'clock,
Psion or Admission Dress Ciroleand Paruuette.
&0cenl; Gallery. nulla. . '
Mtia-No Irco Liat.
Cincinnati trottimg park.
The following purs will bo
given tor Trolling Human, to
uuuie on over ut aoove i lourse
commencing TUESDAY, Uo
iuuvi io, via ;
First Day-Tuesday, October 18.
Pane $i'30-raile heats, beet three in five, to bar
. ueaa. Vreeforall trotting koiaos.
Second Day-Wedneaday, October 19.
Purer 8300 mile hcalA. boat thrnn in fl. t.. h-.-
ness. For boreeB that never trotted for money over a
public race-courso, , -
Third Day-Thursday, October 30.
Puree ?200-mile beats, best threa in Bvc, to bar.
noes. For horaoa thut never trotted in 2:M In public.
Fourth Duy-Frlday,October 31.
Purse $500-twomllo heats, to harness. Free for
ull trotting horses ,
"Flora Tomplo"aud "Princess" are excopted for
thoeepursoa. .. .
For the above pnraee there moat three entrlea and
two to atart. Kntranco W per cent. Ft the flrak
race entry mint be made on or before Satarday, oc
tober IS, at 13 o'clock M. For the other purees, the
ntrleetobemade on or before the day previous to
each race, at 12 o dock M.
Entries to be made at 71 WestTalrd-street, Cincin
nati, O.
The proprietor flatter himself the Cincinnati
Trotting Park Is as fast and good a Courte aa auy la
the Union, and will do all In Tile power to accotnmi
dale aU persona brlnglnghorses to hie Oounio. Uooil,
comfortable atablea will heat theaerviceof turfmen,
free of charge, and they are invited teeomeoorly
and do their training over the Course, which will be
kept at all times in good condition.
liberal purses will lie given for trotting and pac
, log horses during the season.
ocatt , . T. h. STEPHENS, Proprietor.
GREAT WESTERN MUSEUM
North-east corner of Sycamore and Third
stresta. ABKaM PALMEB,Proprietor, respectfully
announces that he has engaged Slg.DUVALLI to
exhibit his Learned Oauary Birds in the Ladies' Be-ceptton-rooni
of the Museum, commencing on 1IO N.
DAY MOltNINO, at uo'clock, and continuing until
S o'clock in tho evening. The wonderful perforin,
aucei of theee birds have been witnessed by thou
aandi, in JCnglnnd, Canada and the United States,
with admiration. Admission to the iluaoum and
Jlird performance, 2Jc. Children lOo. oc3atr
"pAIi ACE GARDEN & VARIETIES.
310SDA 7, SEPTEMBER 19.
EXTRA ATTRACTION I
MORS NOVELTIES !
NEW FEATURUStl .
30 TALENTED PERFORMERS.
Captain Menter'i Cornet Band.
MUSICAL TABLEAUX.
OrBBATIO BDULESQUIS. '
TIHK OHANOHD.1
Promenade Concerts, from 7 nutll I o'clock, in the
arden. r
Variety entertainuent, from ( until 11 a'clock, in
(he tenser t Saloon.
. Admbslea TcnCents.
riwnSOl
nil T IS'9 PANORAMA
orTiie,
New Teatament and the Land of Palestine
AT MELODEON HALL EVERY EVENING, '
Commencing at 7 o'clock. Wedneaday and Satnr.
day afternoona for Schools and Families, to com
uiencs at S o clook. . , sepW-aw
THE OYSTER TRADE.
" FRESH '.
OYSTERS.
CAVAGNA'S
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WEST FIFTEUSTREET.'
TnB SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECEIV
ING daily, per Express, his splendid Oystora.
Having completed arrangements In Baltimore, on
the moat extensive scale, I will at nil times during
the aeason be prepared to furnish my friends, "and
&W,t,SkP?nk'"?'',wlt!1 th8 m(Mt DELICIOUS
-BIVALVE8 imported to the Queeu Ultr. None but
the very beat i mported. Groat inducements offered
at this Importing.honee.
Ordor sfolicited and promptly fllled. Terms cash.
PKTKR CAVA UNA,
seplot Sole Importer and Proprietor.
O.S.MALTBY
SIALIB IK
FRESII CAN i
OYSTEUS.
COVE :
OYSTEHS.
Spiced Oyster..
PICKLED OYSTERS
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECEIV
ING DAILY, by the Adams Bxpreas, MALT
BY'8 world-renowned Baltimore -
Presh Can. Zee and Shell Ovsteri.
- - " " ' A1SO
wffihSnSr my BPICBD ni
EOBEET 0BS, Agent. "
mrt mi i-f - t . Dspot, 11 West Fifth-street.
OYSTERS! FRESH OYSTERS
. . . AW
SK3 WaUatHBtreett
CINCINNATI.
I HAVE COMMENCED FOR THS SEA
SON the sale of J.B.MANNAOO.'fi, superior
Canfreshoystors. J.TODD,
Wbolssalo and retail Agent for J. B. Mann A Co.
Oysters cooked in a superior style at our usual mod.
rate charges. . , i au2J-tf
, WAIt 1 WAR 1 '-WB ABB RECEIVING
uauy, oy iiigntning lllxprees,
hronjh in 28 hows. William T. Smith
A Co.'s celebrated Planted Oysters.
MaIi m dm ..111.... ' -
low prices, by Case or Cans. Dealers and families
II?.. . Sin. 7 VT,Ur M"1 frean from the
water, will send us their orders.
,, , ., JOHN HAIBN, Agent, i
aepa-cm No.aOBixtb-street, Cincfnnatl.
MP
f'T : .t ""v onxsn, is receiving a
fresh stock of Cloths, Oaeeimeres, Veatlnoa and
Gents' Famishing Goods. He has engaged I the aerv.
lees of an experienced and artiitto Cottar, whose
workswlll besrtestsmeny tohUaklll. Allaarnents
warranted to givs satlafactlQB. V.p7e3q
PINEAPPLES IN GLASS. A VBRY
fine article, put up by Wells ft Provost, Xew
. York, in atore and lor sale br
' . JOHN FERGUSON, Grocer, 1
sepM Corner Ninth and Vine-streets.
HI8KIE8. OLD BOURBON, IRISH
and Scotoh of ths wy best kinds, always an
hand aid for site by
JOHN FERGUSON, Grocer,
ap2i Corner Stalk aid Vtns-atreta.
ni .4 j.f?
"-if!'. I'l H
VOL. 2. NO. 37.
Cincinnati; mondat morning, October 3, . im.
4hm
" ' ' ' ' i 1 .' ' . . ! I
a :. 1
PRICE ONE CENT.
Arrivals of Trains.
IirouitAruiul A -3isoinnati-8:40 a. mv, S:J3 r. u.i
9:3B r.u,
Cinoinsati,Haw.toh aii Dattoi 7:19a. m.; 10:47
A.M.i8:iOr.li.jlO:10r.. ... ...
Ltrrta Miasu-7;Su a.m.; I:S r.si.i7:18 r. si.; 10:15
Maristta ASd'Oincinhati 10:a.ji.: t:15p.si.:
Ohio and Miesiseippi 7:1.1 a. m.; a;oo p. St.; ln i r.
CoviHaTOsi and Lexinoiom 10:20 A. h.; 7:06 p. .
Departures of Trains.
IlVTrA1fAPnT.ril Ann fliwmwNAsf..'.ul i w i9.nA .
:00P.is '
Cleveland. Plltshnravanil Tit llnir. a w . . -1 ..l.nn.
bus Accommodation, 4:10 p, u.: Cleveland, Pitts
burg and Bollair, 11,3I r. M. '
Ohio and Mississippi Kt.J.onls, 9:00 A. M.l Loth.
Tille. V!:iiO p. 8t. Lonis, 8:30 p. u.
FirrsBUHn, Columbus and Clc'INATI;stolbonTllle
Bhort Lino) Kiiet Frout-atreet Dopot 6.00 A. u.;
8:00 a. u.; 11:30 p. sr. .
Olsvkiajhi.Coiumbls asd Cimcinnati East Front
atreet f:e0 A. .;S,30a. m.; 1 1:30 p. n.
Cuoimrati asd WAairwA i1S a. u. 3:30 . if.
Central Omo-From East Front-attoet Uepot-8:S0
A. 11:30 P. b. ... , .
CoriRoiori AiiDleixrNsnos-iW, A. u.; 1J0 r. v
Wbotmati, Haviiton Awn BAVTO.v-Indlnna.poHs
and Cleveland, :00 A. si.; Sandurky Hail, t:00 A. M.;
Sandusky, 4:30 P. u. Accoiiiiiioilntlon, iM ?. it.
Littu JdiAMi-Clerolnud and Pittsbug, 6:00 . .;
LAW REPORT.
BEFORE JUDGE STORER—IN CHAMBERS.
. -bailroad CoTRov.itgr."aeori;e
Carllalc and others vs. Tbo City Passenger Eallroacl
Oompany, The Passenger JtHllroad Company and
The Oincrnnatl Striot-rallroail Company. i'hoCnurt
having bnretofore granted an order agalnat each of
tUeso companies, restraining tbem from laying down
lliolr tracks on Fourth-strcot, and giving them until
Saturday to show cause why a perpetual injunction
sboiildnot bo granted, the parties accordingly np.
peered, and two of the corupaulei (the City Paseni.
ger and the PassoiigorConopaiiy of Cincinnati) filed
tlielranswem-settTng fortli that there waa noiu
tontion to lay down moi-e than two tracke,. and
elalmlng that thene would not be an obetructiou to
the use of the street:
The Cincinnati Strcet-rallroad Corannny appeared
by their attorneys, Judge Gholaoa and K. D. Handy.
Slr.Hnodington appeared, for the other companies.
J. p. Lincoln and Judge Wright represented tho
petitioners.
Anumherof affidavits were read by Mr. Lincoln, In
which the affiants (property, ownore on tho line)
alleieil that the laying nown of more than one track
would bea very great Impediment to the ordinary
use or said street, aud iujiirotliebuainess.and deteri
SE.2?5w ?kT,1,w f "iB WWtl therenn. They
believed that the one track would accommodato the
three companies.
Cori had be"n brUly the
Judge Storer (npon the Court convening In the af--uS??,Si
,ro9?ao'1 ta u'PMr the motion.. Tho
plalntlflj aio the owners In foe of real estate, bound-
J1.?wnthieinor,hIJ.'1"ou4,h "ld(,a of Fourtli-street,
nSUSlu 00,1 Vi1 T1'y aver that defendunls
(the City Passenger Company) have beguu to con
struct a track on the nortiisfcfo of the strn-t; that
!S3,.K7,ff,?f cla,m" BP'e right of passage;
and that It tliey are ponnittod to carry tboir dojigii
into oueot the froe passage of the atroet would he en
cuuitiercil and Its uses tor business purposes greatlv
t"!?"reiJ-, JJfe 'Vil oe'Pi'id by the etreet is forty
feet In width, and the three tracks about tobe laid
. .i TiM ro"""'"i " i averred, noarly thirty feet
for tlioir free paeaago.
.iin.e of .the corporations answer, setting np (heir
right under im ordinanco of tho Jjouuc P, aTleging
that tb L provisions of said ordinance hare in fi lly
ffl1h..h.thfi.JHth? ,iM Qt inolr t"Khs been
fixed by the Uty Engineer, and that tliey aionow
5SS2St.'Sr,.it,,i,!lr ru".a in tfirmlty Willi tlen.
1 u, ?Zt It wft"'- AnHthw "'the companies
Street. ' 00 top s to 0W11W the
The third corporation fails to answer, hnf avsiwn
by counsul.anrclaima the right toaiinSe ffif
Iffi tbAes2UT !U1,1? "in So 'iter of the'
S'ih" AMd , J"'1 bw)n criblng tho con
ii.'25n ir,e,hlrefit' lu eonnectlon with the probable
triictitre of the three tracks, and tho probable ob.
struotionof tliorlglitof way. Aa tho case was now
gmundr? wo14lloritona"igle
-?,b?mnt irttl to the amendment to ths law
an re&.m?llV ?7' ? Wch thVdefon
Sf IS. J?iK?J ; i0rity c""nrtl to confer tho right
passes oy uouncil on the hit or July, law, Drcsorihina
ffln;.iit7,.,,,,1,t,h,;.r,!B,'1tl0'' Pedby that
5?ny.',?I.tlng.4he K'v'loso to tliese companios to
construct street niBsonger mads. p"
I?HKr?h.th.o0ounc11 ,0?rut theprlvllego and pre
S?rl.tb.9.t5rm'' ? wo" " ,""lte the use of the
street! by railroad companies; secondly, that the
KiriSKRe""! 40 d!De!nt companies ero con"
nected I with condltl.na that became part of the agree,
mont .between tho city and the companies when tho
privilege was conferred; and. thirdly, that it was one
jLi"in2Vi"?u".1"s'J( b Council, and which that
body had the right to Impose, that the track should
belaldon theconteroftheBtreet. Where.thon, was
the truck located, the construction of which wae
w m,. utou wmmenceur
u1' waB P0.' dePied that it was north of the center of
inn iitra.r. m. n9nu..i - .... .
,.ij,.v3 '7, ' uu center uaau un
occupied, and for tho purpose, m was ulloRed, of al
fyrding rooin for another track on thosomh side of
the thoroughfare. Coidd this, under tho restrictions
Imposed by Conncil, In permitted? lie (Jmlee 8.)
was satlsfled it could not; ami the company claiming
ihe privilege niust be contined to that portion of the
street so, clearly described In tho reaulutloa; aud this
restriction was founded on Ihe wisest reason: the
protection of the public and the security of the case.
me.?.t, 'i,ardiuary enjoyment to all who may be
entitled to itsuM.
It was nid tho resolution of the Council vss no
part of the ordinance, and had no effect on tho grnnt
already made. Tins assumption prowB too much,
and, it true, would proven t Ihe City Council from
controlling or rceulat ug, by subsniucnl action, tho
different companioe who have been the roclpientn of
the pnvilego, whiio the law of lkST.and tto ordi
nanco, also, resorvea to the city autlioritli'a the riulit
to Impose such roetriclions as thoy think proper. It
was not only just but necessary that Burh rnstrictlona
should exist, to control, by proper legislation, these
new enterprises. This principle, as well its the right
ol a court ef equity to sustain it, lv the nid of its pro.
ventlve process, wsh licugnized In Ilia cascor M.iro.
Be orte ! 349)' u,1 Mln"i Hatlroad Coraiiauy,(;i7 Ohio
Aeconcli'iBlon of this Court is ihat the City Pas
senger Hallway Uo. muBt bo restrained from auy fur
ther proaecution of the work on tbo track they claim
to tuve laid ou the north side of Fourtli-street; that
by resolution of tho Consul! there can he bnt one
track on ouch street, ,nd (lint may boused in common,
under 'provision of tho ordlnKiice.by other compunies.
All the dctendnms may settle In thin controversy
their relative claims, and may interplead for that
purpose; but It was nocoiiBiiry the rlly should tlrst be
made a , party.wbieli leii.wordered. And further, it Is
ordered that the City Passenger Company beroonired
forthwith to replace the etreot in tho anuie condi
tion it was before the work was commenced, and that
??,"?. w,orl1. be h?'hed to the approval erthe City
Civil Engineer, hojeby appointed commissioner for
that purpose, wllh Instructions to report his proceed
intta therein on the second day of tho next term
Mr. lieadlngton Is It necessary we should take up
the track if wo can jut the atroet in as good condition
without?
JudgoStoror-TlistwIll be a matter between you
and the engineer. The Injunction will be retained
until rurthor ordor of Court.
Mr. Headington A bond was taken In the sum of
310.000 when the restraining order was granted; if we
have any right that is wholly inadeanate, andl now
ask that It be increased to $50,000.
Judgo Storer-Woll, let the bond bo lucreBod;to
Railroads on Fourth—street—Meeting
on Saturday at Pike's Opera-house.
At an adjourned meeting of tbe owners and
oooupanta of property on Fourth-street, bold
at Pike's Opera-house on Saturday morning,
Wm. Hooper baiug called, to the obair stated
the object of tho meeting , :
Ihe Committee appointed at the prerioua
meeting to confer with the railroad managers,
and see if they would be willing tooompromite
by building aad ailogonly one traek, and that
one la the middle ef the street, as expressly
provided for in the city ordinance governing
aud regulating street railroads, reported :
That they were politely received by tbe gen
tlemen oalled upon, bnt were informed that no
inch oompromlae would be listened to, but that
two or more traoks would be built as they
might be found seoesaary; the companies oalled
upon being thd Passenger and the City Passen
ger Roads.
It was then moved and resolved Hint s
committee of ten be appointed to draft resolu
tions expressive of the sense of this meeting
in regard to the ecotipaacy of Fourth-strcot by
street-railroad, oorapanios for their, .use, and
the following gentlemen were named as the
committee: Mesirs. W. D; Smith, D. W. Cor
win, John Shillito, Robert Mitchell, Chaa.
Stetson, W. H. Harrison, S. B. Keys, Wilson
K, Nixon, John Carlisle and J, Le Boutillter,
who reported the following resolutions, which
Wdre read separately and adopted: rv,
Retohed, That we, tho owners arid occuT
piers of property on Fourth-street, between
Pike and Sraith-strecta, are opposod to the
laying down of tracks snd the Introduction
of street-railroad cars upon said street, be
lieving that the same will bo of serious dot-
Pltnnnt tl ymxartv and ntiatnaan t,ni.l.
struoting the thoroughfare, preventing the
imo rweipn ana aeiivery ot gooas, ana by
drivinffofftha fiflrrinrrA tra.v.1 whlnh nnn.lt-
tutes to so great an extent the peculiar busi-
nossof that street. Fourth-street being tho
beet adapted, has concentrated into it the
prinoipal retail, light' goods and fancy trado
of tho city," and it has become the most fre
quented thoroughfare in Cincinnati; and after
Broadway in New Tori:,' the most crowded by
private vehicles of any in thie'eountry The
extont of this traffic has given value to the
property abutting on the streot, and in the
spirit of improvement its owners havo, at
great cost, erected buildings which ha ve made
I lio street a credit to Cincinnati. Whatever
teuas. to limit or drive off the "vehiclos or
travel from the street will diminish business
upon it, and in that degree will reduce ronts
and impair the value of tho property. We
therefore feel ittobeagreatwrong aud griev
ance that the City Counoil, regardiug the de
mands of mero speculators from distant cities
aliovo tho rights and interests ofthoir fellow
citizens, should give authority to said corpor
ations whose only purpose is speculation
loco ver the. Wholo street with railroad tracks,
under tho pretense of serving tbo public con
venience. i ; .
Rnolved, That ws protest sgainst any right
in law, or any power in the City Counoil, to
give to any corporation or individual the ex
oiuaive ri(jht to use the publio streets, or any
part thereof, for their own benefit, to derive an
income therefrom, ;
Itetolvtd, That we shall regard the further
attempt, by any corporation or individual, to
lay two or more traoks npon said street, as an
outrage which will not be submitted to, and
we hereby pledge ourselves to resist such an
infringement of our rights before the tribunals
of this State, and if need be, ef the Vnited
States, to (teeno). L ... ' .l
It was then further
JUiolvtd,. That committee ef seven be ap
pointed to prepare for signature, by the holders
of property on Fourth-street, a paper embody
ing an agreement to contribute, in the ratio of
the front feet of property owned by eaoh, to
ward ths legal and ether expenses which it may
be necessary to inour to defend tho rights of
all; aad, further, that the said committee aet
as an executive eommlttee to. eonduot the ease
for the general interest. . ;
The committee was then appointed as fol
lows: Messrs. George Carlisle, S. N. Pike, W.
H. Harrison, W. B. Smith, W. Hooper, J. W.
liaker, William Phillips.
It was then further resolved that the pro
ceedings of this meeting be published, and the
meeting thereupon adjourned.
W. HOOPER, Chairman.
W. K. NIXON, Secretary.
W. K. NIXON, Secretary. La Mountain and Haddock--No News
W. K. NIXON, Secretary. La Mountain and Haddock--No News of the Missing Aeronauts--Startling
Rumors-A Searching Party in Quest
of the Missing Men.
(,r
No reliable tidings have yet been received
of Meesrs. La Mountain and Haddock, now in
the eighth day of their disappearance. We
learn from the Troy (N. Y.) Daily rimes of
Thursday that a party, consisting of Mr. Ed
ward La Mountain, brother of the aeronaut,
several relatives of Mr. Haddook, and others,
left Watertown on the afternoon of Tuesday,
Intending to follow the route of the balloon as
far as it was seen, and, if possible, terminate
the dreadful uncertainty that exists.
A startling rumor which prevailed in the
village of Rome, on Tuesday, is mentioned by
the &iinel of that place as followsi :a
' "A rumor was current in our village- yes
terday afternoon, brought by. the Watertown
train duo here at 5:40 P. M., t the effect that
it was reported in Watertown, that a letter
had beon picked tip in Canadafnear Bytows,
we belive,) purporting to have been written
by La Mountain, stating that Haddock (one
of the balloonists) was insane, and that tho
rope was so tangled up that the valve could
not be opened to lot out the gas, so aa to allow
the balloon to como down. We give the story
as.roported at the depot :on the arrival of
oars. Wo will add that wo place no reliance
upon it." '
The Troy Timet Bays that La Mountain's
balloon was inflated to the full with bydrogon
gas, and had a strong aeoensive power, so that
a large quantity of ballast was takon up
onough .to have lasted for a trip aoross the
continent, and mora than was . used in the
voyage from St Louis to Hendorson, Cat for
the engagement at Kingston, and another rap
idly following in New York, it might be sup
posed that Mr., La Mountain, anxious always
to demonstrate his favorite theory, had con
cluded to continue his voyage, away to the
coasts of Nova Sootis, for that matter; and It
may bo be has done so.
' On- the other hand, In the case of aa early
descent . J,ln the almost interminable north
woods, or the forests of Lower Canada, there
are a thousand eiroumstanoea under which it
would be possible for tbe parties to become
entanglod, lose themselves, and be kept, per
haps for sevoral weeks, from rsaohing any
point where they oould roadily communicate
with us. We do not deem it necessary yet to
abandon all hope; but we aro forced fo say,
knowing as wo do tho character of Mr. La
Mountain, his caution, and his great desire
never to break an engagement, that thero are
some reasons to fear that the worst has hap
pened. If go,' one of tbe noblest-hearted,
most unselfish: and bravest men we ever knew
has been lost at a moment he was about to
reap the rewards of his labors, In a manner
which will excite a thrill of horror from one
end of tho country to the other. -
The Watertown Journal of the 27th ult, has
the following aooount of the ascension:
, Ths balloon rose beautifully and majestically
above the village, amid the shout of the
crowd. After reaching a few hundred foot it
passed off to the north-east, and in about
twenty minutes was out of sight. It was seen
to pass Philadelphia, some eighteen miles dis
tant, fifteen minutes after its departure. The
last that was heard ef it' was its passage over
tha town of Fowler, St. Lawrence Gonnty,
when it seemed to be moving at a rapid rate In
tho same direction as before. It was supposed
that they would oome down before dark, and
their return to the village was confidently ex
pected by the morning train from ' Potsdam.
Up to this time five days nothing has
been heard from them, and consequently
there is much anxiety about their safety, and
the balloon and its passengers are tho theme
of conversation everywhere. We hope, how
ever, that the predictions of many friends
may not be reali.ed.and.that wa mayjhavo the
pleasure of welcoming them back among us
after a successful and pleasant voyage. A
gentleman somewhat versed in air traveling
and the condition of the voyagers states that
the aeronauts, at the last moment, evidently
were disposed to remain in the air over
night if they found oircumstances favoring
such : a course that they ' propably did
so, snd landed in the morning in some
out-of-the-way wilderness, and that the
distance, on landing, from an inhabited point,
explains the delay of tidings from them; that
they were well elad and eonld not toller from
cold; that they had but a small quantity of
provisions, say three pounds, but that at this
season of the year they could not find it very
difficult to obtain tho means of sustaining life;
that they are both resolute men, and well cal
culated to surmount obstaolesj that they had
from,' two (hundred and fifty to three hun
dred - pounds . ballast, which would enable
them, if they struck tha Gulf of St. Lawrence,
to oross that body of water, and possibly to
cross theooean, if their coarse unfortunately
lay in that; direction; and that their absence
should not eause espeoial alarm, even though
they should not return for several days.
Mr. Haddock Is a printer, and formerly
worked in Washington City.
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Noon Dispatches.
Four Days Later from Europe—Arrival
of the
FARTHER POINT, October 1.
The steamship Hungarian, from Liverpool,
with four days later advices than received by
taenia, passed this point early this morning,
and will be dus at Quobco to-morrow. The
steamships Aiwrira, Indian, City Wutliiiuj
top and Jluttux have arrived out.
, , A conspiracy has boon dulooted in Constanti
nople, having for its objeot ths assassination
of the Sultun of Turkey.
. Tbe Liverpool ootton market ojosed dull,
with a slight declino in quotations.
Provisions wsre steady at the close of the
market on Tuesday.
LONDON, September 20.
Consols closed at fl5 ! j.
The papers by tbe lhaxjarian furnish the de
tails of the fight for the championship which
took place at Tiohnrst, Kent, between Tom
Buyers and Brettle. The fight lasted twenty
three minutes, when Tom Savers was declared
the viotor.
' Tho sales of Cotton in the Liverpool market
for three days smonnted to eighteen thousand
bales. . ,
. At London on the 21st ult., at noon, Con
sols closed at 05(ti)0i for money, and 95-!
for account.
. The verdict of the coroner's jury in relation
to tho disaster on board the steamship Qrtai
Eutiern attributes it to accident. , -.
Many arrests had been made at Constanti
nople of parties implicated in the conspiracy
to assassinate the Sultan.,
. Nothing later had been recleved from China.
Tho political and goneral news is net im
portant, - '
SECOND DISPATCH.
on Great
Eutr explosion elicited evidence of a very
conflicting character as to who had the re
sponsible chargo of the engines at the time,
Mr Scott Russell and the head engineer both
denying their connection with the affair.
The Manchester Guardian and the London
Pott both speak severely against General Har
ney's conduct at San Juan Island, and threat
en terrible things unless his government dis
avows his oondut.
The British Government has contracted for
tho laying of a telegraphic cable from Fal
mouth to Gibraltar.
: Great activity prevailed in England in pre
paring the Chinese expedition,
- Prince Metternich bad returned to Paris and
held a eonferenoe with Count Walewski.
There bad been no improvement in Fronoh
commercial affairs. The crops have fallen off
greatly from last year's figures. 1 '
After several days' suspension, the Zurich
Conference had resumed Its sittings on the 10th
instant. . .:
. The King of Sardinia left Turin on tho 10th
on a tour to Pavia, Cremonia, Lodl, &o.
The Pope's health was entirely restored.
There was no ministerial orisis at Naples, as
reported. The rumor is contradicted that
additional Austrian troops had been sent to
Italy.-
Caloutta tolegraphio advices to August 27th
bad reached England, but they contain nothing
important'.
Washington Correspondence.
Washington Correspondence. NEW YORK, October 1.
,', The TtMtn't Washington correspondent says :
"By dispatches reoelved yesterday, the State
Department is in possession of important in
formation from the new government of Costa
Rica, showing the revolution to bo popular and,
in ths new order of things, firmly established.
"The momentary government which as
sumed the seat of the ejeoted Mora, has glvon
way to a more settled organization, of which
Senor Montragela remains the chief, with
Vicente De Auguilar, Julian Valio and Jesus
Jameuez as bis cabinot officers.
"The administration is represented to be
strong, not only in wealth, talent and personal
popularity of tho gentlemen composing it, but
in the esteem of tho larger number of the
people. Ths latter circumstance is evinced by
the addresses forwarded to the President from
nearly every quarter of the State, felicitating
him and the publio upon the fortunate change,
and hailing tho new order of things with
enthusiasm. ,, .
. "President Montragela had issued an inaug
ural proclamation upon assuming the offioo.
Tit tntu rnna. ,1. l..n..:,.. .1 l.tl. !
m u.d fifbi, wi. wiu.iijr ui muuu ie lie con
spicuous merit, ho responds to the popular
voico of congratulation, and pointing tho gon
eral gratitude to Sonors Kalazui and Blanco,
whose patriotic energy had saved the rcpublio.
Savors' decroes had been issued as the basis of
political reconstruction. The Costa Rioans
exiled by Mora have boon recalled.
"An eleation of Deputies to a national
assembly is ordered. This aotion, and the
general temper and drift of the now govern
ment, is represented as meeting the approval
or the Washington Cabinet."
The samo correspondent says: "The most
positive assurances have been given to-day
that the Nfcaraguan mail will be carried
promptly, according to contract; that fifty
men are now engaged in improving tho route,
and that tho mules are on the ground, ready
for the service. How much of this is to be
believed I;'am unable to say."
The 3tVi'6ns' Washington correspondent
says: "Colonel Drinkard, Acting Seoretary
of War, has, at the instance of tho President,
telegraphed to Governor Floyd to remain at
Old Point as long as is advantageous to hie
health. Ho has improved rapidly since his
arrival there, and had purposed reaching
this oity to-day.
"In the absence of Post-master General
Holt, the President himself has given atten
tion to the subject of the carriage of the Cal
ifornia mails. The government haa been
strongly impressed with the necessity of got
ting that mail through for a certainty, and
hence the decision, giving it to thebiddor
next lowest to Johnston. Great complaint is
made by the merchants at New Orleans of a
state of things precipitated by the failure of
transporting the mails from that point, whore
by a week is lost to thorn so far as California
correspondence is concerned."
The Case of Bishop Onderdonk.
NEW YORK, October 1.
The Protestant Episcopal Convention of the
dlsooese of New York yesterday deoided, after
an elaborate and, to some extent, noisy debate,
to ask of the House of Bishops, at the next
general convention, the remission of the sen
tence of suspension whieh, fifteen years sgo,
oondomned Bishop Ondordonkto retirement.
This remission, if granted, will restore the
Bishop to his episcopal functions, but if the
wishes of this convention are complied with,
the whole administrative jurisdiction of the
diocese will remain In the hands of the present
provisional Bishop, tho Right Reverend Dr.
Potter.
Tbe measure met with ardent opposition,
and was passed in the faoe of a remonstrance
from Dr. Potter himself. The eonvention ad
journed finally, at the close of its evening
session.
Outward Bound.
NEW YORK, October 1.
steamer iVew York sailed for Liverpool
at noon to-day, with upward of $100,01)0 in
speole.
The steamer Bonmia tailed for Southampton
with $160,000 In specie.
Fire at Philadelphia.
PHILADELPHIA, October 1.
. This afternoon a fire broke out in the hay
press of Wm. F. Hughes, corner of Marriatt'i,
lane and Jefferson-aveaae. A quantity of
new hay had been recently placed in tbe press,
and tho Are may have arisen from this cause.
The press, whioh had a front of about one
hundred feet on Marriatt's-lano and about
seventy feet on the . avenue, was totally
destroyed, with all its contents. Tbe heat
from tbe burning hay was intense, and when
the flames broke through the roof tbe property
in tbe vicinity beoame endangered. Water
was very scarce, and for some time tbe con
flagration looked as if it would swoop through
all the narrow courts in the block. A number
of dwellings were also destroyed. .The Cit
izen's Company of Harrishurg was on tbe
ground with its suction, and was thus enabled
to supply another engine with water from tbe
Delaware. . The loss will be heavy.
Fire at Lafayette.
LAFAYETTE, October 1.
between eight and nineo'olock last evening
a fire broke out In a row of frame buildings
on South Columbia-street, occupied as a gro
cery and provision store. The prompt arri
val of the firemen prevented the destruction
of the large brick block adjoining. While
this fire was in progress, four other buildings,
in as many parts ot the town, wore discovered
to be on fire, but in time to prevent their en
tire destruction. It is supposed that the in
tention was -to fire tho city for tho sake of
plunder. - . .
Additional Mexican News.
CHARLESTON, S. C., October 1.
The Courier'! special New Orleans dispatch
gives the following additional items of Moxi
can intelligence i .. ;
It was reported that the Bishop of Mexico
is willing to guarantee a loan of $5,000,000
to Gen. Miramon in pledge for church prop
erty. '.
The Archbishop and clergy bitterly oppose
this policy of their superior.
' It was reported that Gen. Vidanrri had
gained the church party.
Pennsylvania State Fair.
PHILADELPHIA, October 1.
The first premium, a silver horn, for steam
fire-engines, was awarded to tho Hibernian
Engine Company. The committee ' reports
that the threw water two hundred and tfty
four feet horizontally and one hundred and
eighty feet vertically. - " j
The WWu'n'fon received the second prite
and the Good Intent the third. In point of
steady aotion, the latter was superior.
Later from Rio Janeiro.
CHARLESTON, October 1.
' An arrival furnishes Rio Janeiro advices to
August 17. The receipts of coffee were trilling,
the orop being deficient. The new crop was
considered to be good. - The sales are mostly
for France. There was a stook of sixty thou
sand bags in pert. Tbe stock of , flour
amounted to fifty-five thousand barrels, and
the market was firm.
Pennsylvania Politics.
EASTON, PA., October 1.
The Northampton County Opposition Con
vention was held at Nasareth to-day. Robert
P. Black and Ooorgo Wanner were nominated
for the Assembly. A resolution recommend
ing Andrew W. Reeder aa a candidate for Gov
ernor was unanimously adopted, -i --: ,
Failure.
BOSTON, October 1.
Messrs Blake, Kinsley & Co., "who failed
last week with liabilities to the' amount ol
$300;0i0, have made a special assignment for
the benefit of their creditors. ' ;
Arrival of the Glasgow.
NEW YORK, October 1.
Tbe steamer Glatijow, from Glasgow, has ar
rived. Her dates are to the 11th ult., and have
been anticipated by theism and Cireaman,
River News.
PITTSBURG, October 1—M.
by the pier mark, and
at a stand. Weather wet. ' - ' '
LOUISVILLE, October 1—P. M.
River stationary, with three feet four inches
on the falls. - .
ST. LOUIS, October 1—P. M.
The rivor, after rising about two Inches, ie
again falling, with fivo and a half feet to Cairo
Nothing now from, any of tho upper streams.
Weather clear and pleasant.
Sootukbx Pacific Railroad. The Now
Orleans Crment of Friday says: '
We have beon favored with tho perusal of a
letter latoly received from Dr. JepthaFowIkes,
President of the Southern Paolfio Railroad
Company, by 11. S. Fulkerson, ageui. The
Doctor writoB that ho has full possession of the
road, and that everything has been settled sat
isfactorily and finally that he has provided
for the liquidation of the Indebtedness of the
oompany, amounting to some eight hundred
thousand dollars in cash and paper, whioh im
poses no fresh liability. The old and new
companies are satisfactorily merged, and all
paying stockholders will be fully proteotsd.
The company will right speedily be freed of all
onerous contracts, debts and other disabilities,
and then Mr. 3. Edgar Thompson, of Pennsyl
vania, the celebrated railroad manager, will
assume the Presidency. The assumption of
tbe Presidency by Mr. Thompson will unques
tionably add to the prestige of tho enterprise,
and insure a large amount of public confidence.
President Fowlkes, whoso letter wss dated tht
12th Inst., expressed the hope that he would be
able to leave in ten or twelve days, bnt ex
pected to have the work commenced on the
road before leaving.
LlFl AHO HlBIORV 09 "FLORA TiaPLI."
The following, from the Watorville (N. Y.)
Tima, is supposed to be an authestio history
of the fastest trotter on earth : i
"Flora Temple," the "Queen of the Turf'
was born In the town of Sangerfield, She was
foaled in 1845, and, when quite yonng, sold to
Nathan Tracy, of Hamilton, Madison County,
fhr the sum of $13, who kept her less than
three years. "Flora" then became the prop
erty of Wm. Congden, of Smyrna, Chenango
County, who subsequently sold her to Mossrs.
Richardson k Kellog, of Eaton, Madison
County. This firm kept a livery, and "Flora"
beoame quite popular with the patrons of their
stable. Mr. Richardson finally took the mare
to Washington Hollow, Duchess County, and
swapped her off for a purse containing $175.
"Flora's" dam waa "Madame Temple," a
"horse of all work," first owned by Elishs
Peck, of this village. "Flora" was her first
colt.
Old bdt Actitb. Married, in Davie
County, N. 0., on the 21st., Mr. Jno. Fine,
aged ninety-six years, to Miss Elizabeth Bar
ley, of Davidson, N. C, aged thirty-seven
years. This interesting couple walked eight
miles to the residence of the officiating magis
trate to get the nuptial knot tied; and, after
dinner, having had a merry time with a large
company who had assembled to witness the
ceremony, returned home, making a walk of
sixteon miles for the day, without rod or staff,
The bridegroom, it is said, waa the most hila
rious yotif out of some forty or 'fifty present at
the marriage, and fairly outdid tbe whole oom
Warrenton (N.
C.) News.
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Bfocial attention given to Cleaning and Uopalrlng
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and a quarter of bricks. v
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laying, both jointly and separately.
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