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ITbird night of
MB. JAMES ANDERSON.
LOOK AT THIS BILL I
Sir. JAMES ANDEBSON in two characters-'Tlie
Btiangor" and " Duae Aranxa."
THIS (Wednesday) KVF.NINC1. Oct. M, the per.
furuianco will commence mith Kotiobue's touching
live act play, called
THE STRAMOKBt , ., ,
Ob, NisAXTHaopr and BariNTAMci.
The Stranger. ... Mr. Anderson
Huron Bilufort.,... Dir. Haiin
Francis Mr. Ltugdon
Count Winterscu .....Mr. llall
Old Solomon - .......,Mr. Ellsler
Peter Mr, House
Mis. llallcr Mrs. Kllsler
Countess Wintorsen ...... Uisi Irving
Dhuco, Ljr Miss Knte Penuoyer.
To conclude with Totla's colobrated comedy, called
TUB HONKYJIOOS. '
Duke Aiun.n .;.... 4m Mr. Anderson
Mount Montalbau. ...... Mr. Hall
Hslaiu'o Mr. Head
llullha.ar Mr. Fisher
Murk links ....Mr. Adams
Jnliauiiu Mrs. Kllsler
Vioianle Mini Fanny lloiihaui
M Iss F.LLSWOBTH will appear ns soon as ah re
covers from the illiiesa occaesioned by her late peril
ous sea voyage from Europe.
Hf In preparation, the great play of "Cloud and
AVDoors open at t'i; Curtain Tlses at Ti o'clock.
I'kickb or Admission Dress Circle and 1'arq.uette,
Mlcenls; Gallery, 20 cents.
tMlTII & NIXON'S UALL.
MRS. J. S. DREW
Takes pleasure lu announcing to licr friends, nnd the
public In goneral, that her
Grand Vocal and . In.triimeutal
Will take place at . .
SMITH & NIXON'S HALL,
.. . -os-
Tlmrsday Euniiig, Nov. 3,
On which occasion she will be assisted by Mr. SI. II,
MUUGAN.tliediHtinguishod Basso, from Mew York
City, uoil by other talented Artists, who will be duly
'1 Ickota 60 cents. Doors open at VA o'clocV ; Con
cert to commence at a o'clock, oc.'iih
PIKE'S CONCERT HILL,
Now open EVKIIY EVENING, for a emmr time
only. J. Iiisco Williams's celebrated Blblo fnnn
rilinre. This niagniticent Paiuling commences with
tlhnos and contiuues down, in historical order, to
the Babylonish Captivity, containing more lima Ally
f the niost Hiihlime aud interesting scenes iu Ilia
llible. Exhibition every evening. Doors open at 7.
To commence at 'a to 8 o'clock precisely. Tickets 26
conts; children under 10 years of age 16 cents.
Also, Kxhibilions on Weduesday and Saturday Af
tiM iim.ns; doom open at 2, to commence at 3 o'clock.
Expluineil by Dr. Tibbitts. 0c22
frUlE CAMPBELLS ARE COMING.
Smith & Nixon's Hall.
Poeitively one Week only, Commenc
ing; Monday, October 24.
11UMSEY & NEWCOMB'S
v., BRASS BAND AND DOUBLE Tnf.
$!mtm0VPK. and the only Campbcll'sM
OUSV2Bl,uw III UAIHIOIIU, nil Ol lieiBOBBUIIIIIIK
- I lie liauie aro nothing more than
IiKMintehiinks and iuiposters, not to be trusted.
cniitiou tliepuunc againsi an siicii.
The nd vantages theCABIl'llKLLS enjoy nhovonny
olbor Minstrel orgnnixatlon, arises from their win
tering the Init twelve years intho Soiithctii country.
Their itclineatlons of Negro characters are tkeu
from natural scenes and incidents in African life,
noil aim at presenting the Musical aud Comical pecu
linrilies of tho Southern Negro, and elevating liini to
his proper standard of natural wit aud musical tal
ent, preaiintiiig the phases of Negro Life on the Plau
tntinn, ami representing the mil ji oil capabilities of
the more roliiied Ncgruosof cities and villages. In
representing truthfully tho shades and peculiarities
uf Negro Life, tho universal accord has stamped
the Campbell Artists uuapproachablo and defying.
" Free llalcony Sorenado nightly by tho CAMP.
BKI,r, DltAtsS BAND, led by the Wizard Bugler,
Doors open at a q"iirtor to 7 o'clock ; commence at
a quarter to 9 o'clock. Admission 30 cents.
P. A. CLAUSE,
oclsk Agent and Business Director.
It. AND MRS. SHANKS'S
Nutioual Hall Tine-street, above Fifth.
Ltader ef Srohcstra O, H. Holcerak.
ti, AR KS-Thnrsday, from 2 te 4 P.M., far Ladles.
swtiirrinv. D te 12 A. Jl., and 2 to t P. II,, for Misses
Meiitieineu Wednesday and SatHiilay, at 7 P. M.
Waltaing Class, for Lasies and Qentlesaen, Friday
l.iHioNS roa Oentlehih. In order to meet the
onveuionee of gentlemen whoso business or social
engagements often interfere with tbeir nunctnal at
tendance, our arrangement is, that tickets are pur
hated, one of which is delivered at each lesson, and
can be used during the wholeseason of ssreu months,
The lessons are so arranged that beginners oag
commence at any time. oct!-biu-W4a
. W. PHILLIPS, ARTIST,
tTUDIO NO. 30 P0URTII- STREET,
3 north side, between Wnluntaud Main; residence.
United States Hotel. Iain now really to paint all
k lulls of Pictures in oil colors, any sl.o rcqulreil, in
tine style ut short notice, and on fair tortus. Persons
living ntwdistonce who posnessany kind of llkeuetj
el thenieelves or frleiuls, living or deceased, can rely
ou having thumncctiratoly copied and enlarged, by
sendiug them by mail to my address. Also, fur sale
the line Colored, Llle-siy.e, Lithograph of our Lord,
tHken by Middle ton, Stroliridge it Jo., from my
original painting. Price, ti a copy. Kefervnco can
be lindul't lie ell liens of Cincinnati generally, whore
I have resided aud practiced my profession the hut
twelve years. ' . ;
Editors friendly to Art, who will give this adver
tiNomeut oiio or two insertions iu tlielr paper, will
recelvoacopy of the Christ by applying to me as
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Honrs, Perfumery, Fanoy Gocxla, etc.,
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Cincinnati, Hamilton and 1atton Indianapolis
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Central Ohio From East Front-street Depot 8,30
a. m.: 11:30 p. m.
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East Walnut Hills. From corner Sycamore and
Fiflh streets every half hour.
West Walnut Hills (Lane Seminary.) -From No.
138 Sycamore street every hour.
Western How and Hriohton. Frem Mala and
Tourth streets every ten niinule..
West End Line. From corner Foirth aid Mali
to Frcemitn and Hopkins streets.
Kivkb Hoad and Skuambville. From corner
Ilroadway and Pearl, and oorner Filth nnd Syeamore
streets every ten minutes.
' Fulton, Peniileton, ani Columbia. Kromcorner
Broadway and Lower 111 arkot-every ten minutes.
Third Street Line. From Newport Ferry te
Fifth street Ferry.
Mount Auburn. From corner Main and Forth
streets every hour.
Vine Street Hill and CurroN. Fremeorner
Main and Fourth streets every half hour.
Cuhminsvillr. From corner Sixth and Mala
streets every half hour.
Covinhton. From corner Fifth aud Walnut streets
PosTOrncB, Western Row and Clinton Street.
From coruor Fourth and Vine overy ten minutes.
Sbaron, Mason, Lebanon, andMonboe. Daily, at
2 P. M. from 160 Walnut street.
Harrison Daily, at" A. M., and 2 P. M., (Sab
bath excepted) from 160 Walnut street.
Bsookville Daily, (Sabbath excepted,) at 8 A.
M. from I6tf Walnut street.
Bataviaand Georgetown. Dally, (Sabbath ex
cepted,) at 'Hi, P. M. from Broadway and Lower
Venice) And New London. Daily, (Sabbath ex
cepted.) lit 2 P. M. from ll.'J Walnut street.
Homtoomebv. From coruor Ninth nnd Sycamore
streets Daily, (Sabbath excepted,) at M, P. M.
Avondalk. From 171 Walnut street, , It, 11, A. 11
ItantlHt. First Baptist Church, North side Court,
between lloiind aud Cutter.
Uish Street Baptist Church, East ef City Water
Ninth Street Baptist Church, South side Nlath,
Froemnn Street Baptist Ch'.rch, Freeman, near
foat of Fifth street.
Welsh Baptist Church, North side Harrison.
Baker Street Baptist Church, (colored,) South side
Burnet, between Walnut and Vine.
Third Streot Baotist Ciiurch. (colored.) Sonth side
Third, between Kace and Klin.
(Jhruttinn. Pirstunrisuan ;uiiron, liongwortn,
between Western Bow and John.
Congregational. First Orthodox C'ongTega
tlonalclmrch, North side Sovonth, between Wester
Bow and John.
Second Orthodox Congregational Church, Eastside
Vino, between Eighth aud Ninth.
Welsh Congregationul Church, West sido Lawrence,
between Third and Fourth.
Disciples of Christ.- Christian Church, South
west coruor Walnut and Eighth.
Christian Church, Sixth, betweonSmitli and Monnd,
Christian Church, between T. P. 13 and 14, Fulton,
. Christian Church, (colored,) North sido Harrison.
Friends. -First Friends (Orthodox,) Firth, be
tween Wostorn ltow and John.
First FriendB (Hicksite,) Fifth, betwoen Western
Bow and John.
Jnwlah Mrnnstouaics. Holy Congregation, Chil
dren of Israel, South-east coruor Sixth and Broad
Holy Congregation, Children of Joslmrun, Lodge,
between Filth and Sixth.
Holy Congregation of United Brethren, Kace, be
twoen Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
Polish Congregation of the K. K. Adat. Israel,
corner Walnut aud Fifth.
Sliearith Israel, corner of Seventh and Wnlnnt,
Methodist Kpiscovnl. East Cincinnati Dis
trict. Wesloy Ctiapel, North side Fifth, betwoen
Sycamore and Broadway.
Ninth Street Chapel is now called Trinity.
Asbury Chapel, South side Webstor, between Main
McKendrie Chapel, (Seventeenth Ward,) Front
Wist Cincinnati Distbirt. Morris Chapel, West
side Plum-street, between Front aud Columbia.
Chriatie Chapel, North aide Court, between Mound
Carr-streot Chapel, west side of Carr-street, be
tween Eighth-street and Hamilton and Dayton
Kaper Chapel, Wostslde Elm, North of Findlay.
Park Street Chapel, South-west corner Park aad
York Street Chapel, South-west corner Baynilller
Find lay Chapel, South side Clinton, betwoea Cutter
Union Chapol, North aide Seventh, between Plum
and Westorn Kow.
Methodist Pi otostrint.-First Methodist Prot
estant CI) '"rch. Sixth, between Vine and Bace.
Hecond Methodist Protestant Church, Alia, be
twoen Fifteen th nnd Liberty.
George Streot Church, George, betweea Catter and
New Jerusalem. Temple, Leag worth, between
Bace and Klin.
I'reaby terinn Old School Flint Presbyterian
Church, Fourth, between Main aud Walnnt.
Fourth Presbyterian Church, North side High
Street, near Fulton line.
Fifth Presbyterian Church, Booth-east eorier Sev
enth and Klin.
Seventh ProBbyterian Church, Westside Broadway,
between Fourth and Fitth.
Central Presbyterian Cbtueh, North-west corner
Burr and Mound.
Ninth Presbyterian Church, Ciitteg, between Gllu
ton and Belts.
I'resbylerlnn Ni:w Sobool. Recend Presbyte
rian Church, South side Fouilh, brlween Vine and
Third Presbyterian Chiireh, South-west corner
Fourth and John.
Eighth I'restiyloriaa Charta, Seventh, between
Linn and Baynilller.'
Tahernaclo Presbyterian Clurob, corner John aad
I'rotestnnt Eplspopnl, Christ's Ohnrcb, North
side Fourth, between Sycamere nnd Broadway.
St. Paul's Church, south side Fourth, between
Main and Walnut.
St. John's Church, Benth-east eorner Plum aid
Trinity Church, corner Pendletea and Liberty.
Church ol the Ailveut,(nobuildiog,) Walnut Hills.
Cliurchof tho Atonement, corner Blchmond and
Churchof tho Redemption, Cllaton.between West
ern Bow and John.
Hoinnn ('nlhollc. Ht. Angnitlnea, Bank street.
St. I'eter's Cathedral, South-west corner Plusa aid
St. Francis Xavler's, West side By came re betweea
Blxth and Seventh.
St. Patrick's, North-east comer Third and Mill.
St. Michael's Wost side of Millcreek.
Christ's Church, Fulton.
- Ilnly Trinity, South side Fifth, between Smith aid
St. Mary's, Benth-east corner Jackson and Thlr-
'"st.'p'aiil's, Bonlh-east corner Spring and Abigail.
' St. John Baptist, corner Bremon and Ureen.
St. Joseph, South-east corner Linn and Laurel.
St. Philvnienm North side Pearl, between rik.nid
. St. Thomas, Wost side Sycamore, between Fifth
ITnltnrlnn.-First Unitarian Church, Boath-weat
eorner Fourth aid Bace.
ITtilvernllat.-Flrst Universalis! Okareh, Eat
aide l'lilra.lelwiH Fonrtli and Fifth.
Hecond Daiversallit Oharcb, earner Sixth an
Chapter of Facts and Figures.
tiTThero are upward of 1,000 miles of
railways in construction in Spain.
29The iron brldgo built in 1780, over the
Severn, near Coalbrookdale, was tho first in
England constructed of that material. .
3A boiler three foet in diameter, with
plates of inch iron will burst at a pressure
of 708 lbs. per square Inoh.
The Washington Monument, being
ercoted at Washington, D. 0., is to be, when
oompleted, tlx hundred feet in hight.
3rMr. Osear Gregg, one of the publishers
of the New Albany (lad.) Tribune, died in that
city Friday, lie leaves a young wife, to whom
he was but recently united. !:.-ri,. , -
3J-A negro boy and girl, each twelve years
old, picked 1)03 ponnds of cotton in nine hoars,
and 1,253 pounds In eleven hours, en a planta
tion in Louisiana, this year. '
ff-Four missionaries, with their wives,
and ono single man, sent out from Boston last
spring by the Missionary Society of the Meth
odist Episcopal Cburoh, arrived at Calcutta,
August 15, in the ship Botton, all well.
3Another of the distinguished scholars of
Qermany has passed away from the world.
Karl Bitter the greatest geographer of his
day, died at Berlin on the 28th of September
last, in the eighty-first year of his age.
Tho Buffalo He public of Wednesday has
a report of a fight in Canada between John
Morrissey and Iloenan, in which Heonan
was killed. We presume this will be news
to tho parties most interested. ..
j2S9The Viaduot of the Indre, on the Tours
and Bordeaux line of Railway, comprises fifty
nine arches of thirty feet span each; its hight
being sixty-fire feet, and total length 2,624
feet. Its oost was 80,000.
9Tho Marchioness Teresa Goezaga, a
lady of seventy, was recently imprisonod at
Mantua for having ordered a funeral service
to be held at a church in that city to the
memory of Rlaniii, the dol'endor of Venice.
jrjOrThe Sunderland light-house, seventy
two feet high, weighing three hundred and
twenty tuna, and standing on a base of
twenty feot squaro, was successfully moved by
mechanical means to a distance of five hun
9Cranborries aro very scarce and very
dear down East. We see it stated in one of
our exchanges that a Boston man has con
tracted for a large quantity of oranberries at
Yarmouth for $11 a barrel. Others are con
tracting at $12 and $13.
jarCast iron dilates permanently by re
peated heating., Cast iron ferrules for locomo
tive tubes will remain tight where wrought
iron ferrules will leak, and for this reason the
former are generally used in Amorioan locomo
tives. jJE9From tho Rocky Mountain Neat WO
learn that Thome's Theater opened nt Den
ver City on tho night of tho 3d inst.,with
Th ,Cixm of Gold, followed by a popular
song by Miss Wakely; a favorite danco by
M'lTo Haydco, formerly of Wood's, in this
city; concluding with the farce of 27ie Two
j&S'Dr. Clayton Tiffin died in Now Or
leans on the 12th inst., aged soventy-fivo
years. Dr. Tiffin was a native of Ohio, and
removed to Joffcrson Barracks, near St.
Louis, in 1812, as Burgeon of the Army. Ho
resigned his commission in 181ft, and prac
ticed hit profession in St. Louis and vicinity
until 18-15, when ho removed to Kow Orltmnu.
p8 The Bepublioan parties will gain
three United States Senators by the result of
tho Ootober olections, viz; a Senator to be
elected in Pennsylvania in place of Mr. Bigler,
and a Senator in Ohio, in plaoe of Mr. Pugh,
and one in Minnesota, in place of General
Bhiolds. Tho Senatorial torms of ' Messrs.
Bigler and Tugh olose on the 4th of March,
1801; that of General Shiolds has already ex
pired. SF0n Wednesday night the citizens of
Frederick, Mil., were thrown into a state of
alarm by a rumor that the town was about to
bo attacked by a body of insurrectionists.
The streets wore immediately patrollod by a
strong body of armed men, olhor measures of
precaution takon,and a colored man arrested
with a gun in his possession, whon it was as
certained that the report was falso.
58Tho plot at Harper's Ferry recalls at
tnntion to previous disturbances of a similar
character. In 1831 an insurrection broke out
in the County of Southampton, on the southern
borders of Virginia. This occsasioned greater
Iobs of life among the whites, and greater con
stornation than any other insurrectionary
movement among tho nogroes ever made in
person who was recently allowed a
pension on account of a disability incurred in
the naval service, and supposed to be of a per
manent oharaoter, hag informed the Pension
OlUoo that he is happily restored to health, and
therefore relinquishes his claim to the benefio
enco of the government. . A similar instance
has not oeourrcd for many years, and it is as
honorable to the gallant marine as it is novel.
SIn case-hardening, iron absorbs carbon
and swells. It is said that iron wbioh has
lain for a groat longth of time in ono position,
becomos crystaliied, and breaks readily on
being disturbed. There has been instanced the
ease of an anchor in Woolwich Dockyard,
wbioh anchor, it is said, bad lain undisturbed
for Hoarly one hundred years, but was finally
broken with a very slight blow. -
An Italian correspondent of tho New
York rimes states that Mazzini has been re
cently viailiug Floronce and other oities in
the Duchies. The enthusiasm everywhere
manifested for Victor Emmanuel showed him
that a Ro public was, for the present, out of
the question, and he therefore felt dispose!
to encourage the present order of affairs, and
to strive to insure its permanency by sug
gesting needed improvements and reforms.
Ilia views woro favorably recoived, but the
jealousy of Louis Napoleon com tolled him
to expeditp his departure.
' p3lt is said that Governor Wiso was not
very complimentary to tbe people of Ilarpir's
Forry, imputing to them cowardice, in allowing
suoh a handful of inon to hold a population of
nearly two thousand inhabitants as prisoners
for twenty-four hours. II also spoke of the
fact of eight or ten mon keeping forty or fifty
citizens in confinement. . One replied, "Well,
Governor, but you must remember that they
were packed together like ahoep." Ilia roply
was, "Yea, I know that, but I must say, I
think you acted like shoep, also."
jrThe famous stallion "Columbus," died
at Slillwnter, Vt., wook before last, aged 32
years. He was, in some respects, the most re
markable horse in this country. After he had
arrived at the respectable age of twenty-two,
he was purchased from a farmer, who used him
as a team horse, and severe usage it was. Ilia
purchaser ascertained that ho was a trotter,and
he was put in training on the Cambridge track,
whero he beat in alt his raoes except one, and
that was a "hippodromo affair." He trottod
against "Ethau Allen" and "North Horse,"
beating the latter and forcing "Ethan" to dis
play faster time than he had previously shown
in public. "Columbus" was at that time twenty -eight
yews old, aud had just arrived from
Vermont on a railroad train. '
Elder Kimball on the Army Supplies.
In a late spoeoh in the Mormon tabernacle
at Salt Lake, Elder Hebsr Kimball said:
The army, with all its followers, tho whole
amounting to about six thousand men, must
be fed. They must eat. Let thorn got their
flour from tho Statos. You have no wheat to
spare, especially to those who want to kill
Sou. Your wheat will whip the world yet.
'alions will flee to us to escape starvation.
Our wheat will whip thtm a groat deal worBe
than wo whipped the United States Govern
ment two years ago, and we whipped the
sold iers without losing a man. We just stopped
them ont on a road here a piece and kept
them till they oooled off. Wonder if thore Is
a lawyer here? . If there Is, I would like to
know if I bavo committed troason. I was
just going to pull my coat off and go into it in
earnest and I would, If I bad'nt a calioo
shirt on. Don't get mad, frionds, because we
whipped the United States you can't blame
us for it. They wore coming to burn our
houses, kill tho men and ravish the womon.
Well, wa just stopped them till they got oooled
off, and when they got tame and quiet, we lot
them in, and didn't lose a man I boliove a
horao was shot in the hoof. We will let thorn
stay here as long as they behave themselves,
but thoy must understand : that the United
States Government and all hull combined can't
drive us rout the tops of these mountains.
I know you would say, "hold on, Mr. Kimball,
you had better hold your tongue." Well, I
will when I please
A Mistake Corrected.
The following has been going the rounds of
tho newspaper press for several weeks. We
find it last in tho New Orleans Bulletin:
Ncib Scmlori in the Next Congress. The fol
lowing nhaied gentlemen will take their seats
for the firBt time in the United States Senato
on the first day of December next, on which
day tho first session of the thirty -sixth Con
gress will commence: Hon. Willard Salsbury,
of Dolawaro; Hon. Jauos W. Grimes, ol Tow a;
Hon. Lazarus W. Powoll, Kentucky; Hon.
Kingsley S. Bingham, of Michigan; Hon.
John C. Ten Eyck, of Now Jersey; Hon.
Thomas Bragg, of North Carolina; Hon,
Henry B. Anthony, of Hhode Island; Hon. A.
0. P. Nioholson, of Tennessee; Hon. J. W.
Hoinphill, of Texas.
Says the Washington Stater. Now etch oi
the Senators above named, as well as wo ro
collect, appeared in tho Senate chamber on the
4th day of Maroh lost, was duly qualified, and
took his seat in thut body at its extra session,
wbioh commenced that day.
We may add that tho lion. A. O. P. Nich
olson was a member of tho Senato, for a short
time, many years ago. Mr. Bragg, recontly
Governor of North Carolina, Mr. Powell, re
cently Governor of Kentuoky,' Mr. Hemphill,
recently chief justice of Texas, Mr. Sals
bury, of Delaware, are all Joflersoniaa Democrats.
Dangrr op Sthaininq tub Evks in Twi
light. In the London and Edinburgi'AiVo
tophical Bfayaiine for May is an account of
sudden loss of tho powor of distinguishing
oolors, produced by overtaxing the eyes. A
sea captain, who was in the habit, when timo
hung heavy on his hands, of occupying it by
working at embroidery, was one afternon en
gaged upon a red flower, and, being anxious
to finish it, prolonged his labor until twilight
oame on, and he found it difficult to select the
suitable colors. To obtain more light, he went
into the companion-way, and there continued
his work. Whilo thus taxing his eyos, bis
power of distinguishing tho oolors suddenly
vanished. He went upon dock, hoping that an
ioorease of light would restore his vision. In
vain. From that time to the present, more
than ten years, he has remained color blind.
Mr. White Cooper, who brought this case to
notice, says that, after the great Exhibition of
1851, several Instances cams under his notice
in which tho sensibility of tho retina was tem
porarily blunted by the excitement to which it
was exposed in that brilliant scene.
First White Woman Boatr is Ohio. A cor
respondent of tho Marysvillc Union Pren says :
I am in possession of faots which show,
without doubt, that Mrs. Mary Vaun, who
now resides with her son, Joseph Vaun, Esq.,
in Darby Township, in this county, is entitled
to the honor of being the first white female
born on the site on which tho city of Cincinnati
now stands, if not the first born on tho west
side of the Ohio Rivor. Her parents camo
down the Ohio Biver in a flat boat with the
first pioneers that landed and sot thomselvoa
down on the site where the city now stands.
She spent the esrly part of her life at that
place, then removed to Jeuersonville, an old
town site, near Cirolerlllo, in Pickaway County;
she was married there, and in 1818 came to
where she now resides. Her fathor's name
was James Lindsoumb, who sorved his country
as a soldier in the Revolution,; her husband,
Mr. Philip Vaun, waa a soldier in N. Westorn
Army, in the war of 1812 ; her narrative is an
interesting one, indeed (it will shortly appoar
in the Union Press) one commencing with the
first settling of three different sections of our
FATAL Duels. Three Mm Killed by a Major
of Militia. A correspondent of the New York
Herald, at Havana, writes as follows :
A Major of the rural militia, who is sixty
five years old, at Cano, about four leaguos from
this city, having had a quarrel with a man, a
duel ensued with swords, and the old man
killed his advorsary, who was many years his
junior; tbe second of whom then took up the
quarrel, and he, too, rcoeived his quietus at
the point of the old Major's sword; then a
eousin of the first killed stopped forth, and he,
too, was killed by the nervous arm of the old
man ; lastly, a friend of all tho others folt
bound to avengo thoir deaths, but, upon re
ceiving rather a sovoro wound, declared him
self salisfiod. It is boliovod tho old man's gal
lantry will cause his acquittal by the military
court, before whom he will be tried.
Remedy fob ths Bits ov Mao Dogs. A
Saxon forester, named Gastell, now of the
venerable age ef nighty-two, unwilling to take
to the gravo with him a secret of so much im
portance, has made public in tho Leipsic Jour
nal tho means which he lias used fifty years,
and wherewith ho affirms he has rescued many
human beings and oattle from the foarful death
of hydrophobia, Take immediately warm
vinegar or tepid water, wash tho wound olean
therewith, and then dry it; thon pour upon
the wound a fow drops of bydrocolorio acid,
because minoral acids destroy the poison of the
American Horses Abroad. Mr. II. Ten
Broeck's new horses, "Sherritt" and "Protty-by-Night,"
haro readied Liverpool in safety.
The former has boon renamed "Satellito" and
the latter "Maggioro." The objection to Mr.
Ton Broeok's horse "Umpire," tbe winnor of
the Zetland Biennial at Stockton, on the ground
that he was not entitled to the double allow
ance of 5, inasmuch as his dam had bred a
winner in America, has been decided by the
Btewards of the Jookoy Club, who have hold
that no races are recognised in this oountry but
those run in the United Kingdom, and, there
fore, that "Umpire" was entitlod to the full
allowance, and parried his proper weight.
iNTKiniARituoH. Since tho Freuoh troops
have been stationed in Italy, it is said that
more marriages have taken place between them
and Italian women than oocurrcd betwoen tbe
Austrians and Italians in forty-five yoars of
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
ARRIVAL OF THE KANGAROO.
NEW YORK, October 25.
Tbe etoainor Kanyaroo has arrived. She
brings Liverpool papers of the 12th iaBt., and
by teiegrapn to tjueenstown, supplies the Liv
erpool market of tbe 13th, which were not for
warded by tho Ocean tjieen, arrived here last
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET.
LIVERPOOL, October 13.
Tho Cotton market closes steady. The sales
for tho two days since last report have been
10,000 bales, including 4,000 bales to specula
tors and exporters. The Breadstuff market
closes quiet and firm at last quotations. Pro
visions close steady.
LONDON MONEY MARKET.
LONDON, October 13—M.
Consols olosed at 05.
PHILADELPHIA, October 25.
The Washington correspondent of the, N.
Y. Tiiuca furnisbos a full analysis of Senator
Douglas's n joinder to ' Attorney General
Blaok's viows of his articloon Popular Sover
eignty. Mr. Douglas eutors into tho merits of
tho subjeot at considerable longth, arguing
with great force in favor of tho position which
he originally assumed. ; ;
Authorities are extensively quoted to sustain
bis views. Jin conclusion, ho replioB with much
indignation to the charge preferred by the At
torney General, that he is a hard-working can
didate for the Presidency, and says that at his
time of lil'o ho would much prefer to finish out
bis term in the Senate with the chsnoe which
he has of a re-election, to being nominated for a
four yoars' Prosiduntial form.
New York, Ootober 25.
A loiter from England, by the Ocean Queen,
says, Mr. Ten Broock's horsos, "Stark" aud
"Prioross," were beaten in running for the
Ciuzarwitoh stakes, at Newmarket, on the lltb,
"Stark" coming in fourth and "Prioress" fifth.
The race was won by Sir W. Booth's horse,
Harper's Ferry Affair.
WASHINGTON, October 25.
A lottor from U. S; Senator Mason, after
duo investigation into tlio Harper's Forry dif
ficulty, Bays thoro was uo insurrection in any
form whatever on the part of tho inhabitants
of that town or vicinity.
Tbo fact is undoubted that not a man,
black or whito, joined the invaders alter thoy
came into Virginia, or gave thorn aid or as
sistance in any form. So far as can bo dis
covered, not ono of tho nineteen escaped ;
not a slave cscaiiod or attempted to escape
during tho tumult. . .
Of tlio few carried off by Cook across tho
river all escaped from him, and camo safely
bank, but one, who, it appears, was drowned
whilo crossing the river, homowanl bound.
Later from Texas.
Later from Texas. BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS, October 25.
Cortcnas is still encampod abovo tho city.
The Indians are joining his band constantly.
Tho Mexican troops havo arrivod front Mata
moras. Lieut. Langdon has arrived with
The oitizens captured one of tbo recent out
laws, whom they havo sentenced to be hanged.
Cortenas threatens to burn tho town if he is
executed. The oitizens alarmed, are fleeing,
and tho town will bo deserted unless assist
ance arrives soon.
PITTSBURG, October 25—M.
Rivor two foet seven inches at Glass-house,
and falling slowly.
-li -1 BL. II. .!- ; !
Dodge the Big Ones.
A gentleman relates an anecdote of tbe Mex
ican War, which has nover boon published:
When tho Amcrionn army was forming lino
for tbo buttle of Bucna Vista, Gonoral Lane
was riding up and down tho line of his Indiana
Ilegimont. The Mexicans had Btationcd some
small guns on a neighboring hight, which were
blazing away most furiously on Ueneral Laoo's
regiment. But as their guns wore badly aimed,
tbo balls In overy case passed ovor their hoads,
but sufficiently near to ouuso the men, as they
heard the peculiar whiz of the balls, to invol
untarily "dnck " their heads. -
General Lane happened to notioe this, and in
bis rough, stentorian voice, he bawled out :
"Indiana Regiment! No dodging I"
In about five minutes after, tho tremendous
whiz of a twenty-four-pound shot passed close
by the head of tho gallant Brigadier, and in an
instant involuntarily he bobbod his head. Tho
men saw this, and commenced a tittering along
the lino, which the old Goneral saw. ' Turning
around, with a sort of quizzical expression, ho
thundered out :
" Indiana Rogtinont I Doihjc the hvj ones "
Oooo Cukicr iir the Yard. Mr. Williams,
an English missionary, gives an acoount of a
fraud marriage feast given by the chief of the
iji Islands at the marriago of hit daughter,
at which tho good choer had to bo estimated
by yards and hundred weights, rather than by
dishos. There was a wall of fish five feot
high and twenty yards in length, besides
turtles and pigs, and vegetables in proportion.
One dish at the same feast wbs ten leet long,
four feet wide and three deep, spread over
with green loaves, on which wore placed roast
pigs and turtles.
"Vatican." Many who see this word may
not understand its import. It is a pile of
buildings, covering a space ono thousand two
hundred feet in length, and ono thousand four
hundred iu breadth, on ono of the seven hills
of Romo. The sito was onco tha garden of the
barbarous Nero. Eariy in the sixth eentury
tho Bishop of Kouis erected there an humble
dwelling. This has been added to by one
1'opo after another, until it is now ono of the
most spacious and magniiioent palaces, stooked
with paintings, statues, books and antiquities
of the rarest kind.
Price of Gas in Paris. The price of gas In
Paris has lately been reduced from $1 75 per
1,000 to 75 conti (from 35 contimcs per cubic
motor to 15 centimes.) As Paris oonsumos
more than a thousand millions of feot of gas
ovory yoar (30,1)00,000 of cubic meters,) the
saving to tho citizens amounts to between
cloven and twelve hundred thousand dollars,
(,O0O,0OO francs. - .. -
No Niteb in the Dead Ska. Mr. II. Poolo,
who was eont by the English Foreign Office to
the Doad Sea, to searoh for siler, which was
roportod to occur there, has roturned without
success. Tho region of Sodom and Gomorrah
will not furnish ono of the most essential sin
ows of war, and tbe prico of saltpetor is likely
to bo kept up in spite of the peace.
Tuk Bank Defalcation at New. York,
Young Lane, who defrauded the Fulton Bank
in New York out of $00,000, has boon dis
charged from ourtody the bank failing to
make out a ease of forgerv which comes under
the penalties of the Criminal Court. Another
complaint has been umdo against him for
obtaining money undor false pretenses. '
RATES OP ADVERTISIN Q
1 ''lS H f If )
TERMS-CASH. 1 I t
Advertisements not exceeding flvo lines (Agale.) ,
(iDoInsnrtlon. ...,.... 2.1
Two weaks ......... 1 60
One montli.........., t so
, Larger advertisements Inserted at ths following
rates for square often Knee or less: 1
One Insertion.....-..! 80 1 Two weeks 00
Kju:h aildi'n.1 in... 2T, I ThrAA m1 . t .
Una week 1 76 1 (Jus sbobU.. ,.. b ou
, Job Printing; 1 : '
In alt its branches, done with neatness and dispatch.' '
Smoke-consuming Coal Cooking Stove,
u wauoiuamai. canon
ADAMS & PECKOVER,
Inventors snd Manufacturers,-
Novelty Iron Foundery, ' , i
3 - O-Si'..-i
Fouxtli-street. Went of Smith.!
1 iTAnd See one iu Operation.. .
': i oC7tf ' ' ' ; ,i .
f ADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUND ,
IV J. at last just what the Ladles have long needed
and looked for in vain, the Uteriuo Kllxir.
The Uterine Elixir is .warranted to cure all dls-
tun.-, ui c, i'u-iiui itiure, Aiiiiaiuniiiiiuii ui iiw
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovaries, and the Urethra,
ProlawiM or Falling of the Womb, I'alnful Menstru
ation, Chlorosig.Aiiionorrhca; iu fact, a perfect cure
is Ruarranteud byilm use of Iroin two to five buttles
of the Elixir, of any disease whatever of the (iener
alive and Urinary Orfians, of male or female, no
matter of bow long standing.- trice $1 per llottle.
Madame ELLIS calls particular attention to the
following Card of one of the most pcomimout Drug- f
gists of Cincinnati.
We, the undersigned, are not in the habit of giving
our nnma to Patent Medicines; but knowing well the .
Lady l'hysii lau, and the uiedicinu called tbe Ijterino
Klixir, we cheerfully recommend it to all female
suffering from female Diseases uf any kiud; ii is
purely vegetable, and in no case can do Injury; we
say to all try, uud our word for it, you will And re
lief. F. 1. LULL, Druggist,
sop27 "Corner of Fifth and Itace-streets."
MADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH SIMU-i
LATINO I1AL8AM cures, without fail, pains
in the Ureaai, l!auk,ida or Limbs; Coughs, Colds,
Uoarsenoss, lllfliculty of Urcaihing, Headache, Flat- -iilency,
Heartburn, Chronic Kheumntlsm, Uillioiia
tlhollc, Cramp Cholic, Griping I'aiusof the Bowels, '
Uiilluoss, bliipor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, and
in Painful Aleustrualion it is a certain cure, and
gives immediate relief. In any of tho above diseases
It wilt givoroljc! iu twenty luimitt-s, and a perma
nent euro by the use o t two bottles. Only fiO cents
per bottle -so cheap that every person can get it.
N. D.-lfor ale by F. D. U1LL, Druggist, ourner
of ltncoand Kiith-siieets; .1. 1). l'AHK, corner of
fourth aud Wulnnt; HUIitK, KUKttTKIN it Co,
coruor Vine ami Fourth; JOHN l'l KltMliN, coruei
or John and Sixth; i'AUL'HRINLBIrl, corner ct
Kighthand Vruemau. Also, IfDWAUD 8UAMLAN
ii CO., corner of Main aud Fourth; and Madame
KfiLJ 3, 21 East Fourth. sep7-ay
JATENT MACHINE-MADE PAPER
-h. vauo. ,or urucera, AniKiHi., lea ieiiiurs nun
others, lundo from extra quality of Wrapping, Ma
nilla and White Tea Taper.
h,imjo No. I Wrapping and Manilla;
2(I,ISI0 No. 2 "
ntw.iwo No. ;i '
am.iMO No. i ' '
a),mt No. a
ym.lSKI No. 8 " ...v..
HWI.MW No. 10 "
am.tKio No. 12 "
2INI,IH No. ir ..
I0,ISKI No. is
M),im No. 20 . . .
.., 19H),lloONo. "'
am.oooNo. 1 Whito Tea Bans:
2110,1100 No. 2
2uo,uoo No. a '
" The abovo are put up in packages of 900 bags each. ;
Wo aro ainiitilucturiiitt from sixty to seventy-live
NIXON A OIIATFlKl.D.
Taper Hag Manufacturers, ' '
And Wholesale Taper Dealers, . .
oc22 77 aud 7'J Walnut-street.'
THE OYSTER TRADE.
TODD'S OYSTER HOUSE,
4 ND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
is-Agency for the sale of Hutch, Mann k Uo.'s
Shell, Keg, aud Can Oysteis Also, F-rueh Cove and
Spiced Oysters, tr My many friends and patrons
will llnd only choice articles, and nt us low prices as
those cuarged for inferior elsewhero.
Oysters cooked in Eastern stylo at our usual mod
oral o charges.
ttcmcnibcr, Wnluut-sttcat, fifth door above
Sixth, Cincinnati, Ohio. ccl3
TODD'S OLD STAND,
NO. 50 SIXTH-STREET. I AM RECEIV
ING) daily, ltowo, Muhoivy k Uo.'s Cleliraleil
Planted O)etors,which lam selling nt unprecedented
low prices by caso or dozou. Dealers and Families
wanting a very largo, fresh Oyster, will please send
their orders. Attached to this establishment is a
nice, quiet, respectable fiuloon, where you can havt
liya'ora Cooked lu every style, and served up iu a
clea land superior manner. Churgos less than ntnuy
other place. uelo JOHN NAIIIN.
Oyster Importing Houso.
NO. 31 WEST K1FTII-STIIKKT.
'U1B SUBSCRIBER IS NOW REOEIV---
1NO daily, per Express, his sclendid Oysters.
Having completed arrangements In Baltimore, ou
the most pxtoume scalo, 1 will at all times diirltu;
thesi'iisun be prepared to furnish my friends, "auu
the rest of mankind," with tho moat DKLlCllUJct
UIVALVKS Imported to Ilia Queen City. None but
the very best imported. Ureal inducements offered .
at this lnipurtiiig-houso.
Order siolicitod and promptly filled. Terms cash.
Bololm porter and Proprietor.
O. S. MALTBY
I , DBAXBA IS
Spiced Oysters. .
'mm fiiTitsnRrriER rn now receiv.
- INO DAILY, bv the Adams Kinross. MALT
HAS world-renowned Baltimore
Fresh Can, Keg and Shell Oyster.
Fresh, rtermrtlrally-soaled COVE. BPICKD and
PIOhUiKDOxSTKUa. , - ;,
ROBERT ORB, Agent
Depot, 11 West Fifth-Street.
SALT. WATER AND JLAKE MS ;
TOZLR'S EASTERN FISH DEPOT,
No. 306 Vine-si., bet. Fifth nnd Sixth.
MR. T 0 Z E R BEGS TO ANNOUNCE
that he has established a regular depot for tha
sale of all klnils of salt-water Fish, fresh from New
York ; also Lsko Fish from Cleveland and ttauduaky;
together with Clams aud Oysters in tho shell, Lob
sters, Crabs, Kelt (alive), and all kinds of seasonable
Uame aud Can Oysters. He will furnish the above
named articles CHKAPKB THAN ANT OTHKB
l'LACK IN TUK CITY. Family orders promptly
attended to and sent homo free of charge. Please
call aud leave your orders. oM-tf .
CIOAL OIL LAMPS. THE SUBSCRIBER
' has just received, from Boston, an entire new
assortment of (Joel OIILampssnd Improved lluniers, .
preventing the smoke, so much of an annoyance to
i ousumeM. Also, the best article of Burning Oil
ovor offend iu this market, fro from smoke or smell.
. . i O. A.SMITH,
!.,.... - No. 1 College Building,
sep28-oiu Walnut-st., bet. Fourth and Flrlx.
6 FRANKLIN nPK AND STEREOTYPE
1 VOUrtDBY, B. AILISON, HvnorintondenW-
llutln.r MAarial. oral I iuda. BAS Vina alTMt.