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W O O D ' S Til EATER.
10 EN KB SIXTH AND TIXE-STB1 ITS.
John 4. KusLia, Ja., ....Sole Leasee and Manager.
SW Benefit of the great Tragedian,
MR. JAMBS ANDERSON.
THW (Friday) KTSNINoT September 30, will bfe
presented tbe celebrated tragedy, called
,.,, ,. GI8IPPC81
J Oi. Tub FoEaoTTia Fbiino,
Gleleri-"... " Mr. AudernOn.
Tltusliuin Fulvlus Mr. Laugdon.
Medou , Mr. Maun.
Cliremes Mr. Heart.
Lyclai i.. Mr. Hall.
I'heax Mr. Lord.
Sophroula... Mrs. Ell.ler.
Hero.......... . .. .... Miss Julia living,
After which, Senorlta Marin, in "liaTarrentell,"
from the opera of " AlaesauielW
Donee Marahall Children.
To conclude with the celebrated old comedycalled
IVf - , i .' ' S ; THI WOKDIBj ' ?1.'1 i
Dun felix , ....Ur, Anderson.
Oolonel Btitton .,..,....,.Mt. Kail.
Frederick.,. .: , ,.)ir. Head.
Don Pedro - Mr. Kll.lor.
Poo Lopei Mr. fisher.
Mlbby ....M.....M Mr. Lord,
Donna Violante Mrs. Blister.
Donna Isabella ...Miss Waite,
sve-Great bill for to-morrow night.' ! ! : i
IKTl grand spectacular piece In preparation.
Also, the great Ledger Btorjr of "The Hidden
Hand," Both of these places will be produced in
unexceptionable style. . ; t .
f . , i ' l n- J
eKsTDoora open at 7', Curtain rises at 1 o'clock.
Puces or Admission Drees Circle and Parquette,
WoenU; Oullory, 35cenl. u . ..
4f-No free list.
A K C I K O A CAOEHY,
MR. AND MBS. SHANK PRESENT
their compliment! to tbe ladies and gentlemen
ot Cincinnati, and respec fully announce to them
that they will resume the duties of their profession
enBATUBDAi", Ootober 1.
LESSONS FOR GENTLEMEN.
It was formerly the custom to join a clam; at the
expiration of twelve weeks the Quarter terminated j
all lesions misted by the pnpil were loat to him. In
order to meet the convenience of gentlemen whose
business or aoclal engagements often interfere with
their punctual attendance, our arrangement is, that
tickets are purchased, one of which is delivered at
each lesson, and oan be used during the whole season
of seven months.
tHT Circulars may be had at their Academy,
I if UopJldtWedSat
New Testament nnd the Land of Palestine
ATMELODEON HALIi EVERY EVENING,
Commencing at 1M o'clock. Wodnesdny and Satur
dni afternoons for Mohools and Families, to com.
mebceatto'olwk.' ; sep28-aw
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jpAL ACE GARDEN & VARIETIES.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19.
, .'h .;0 " " : MORE NOVELTIES !
NEW FEATURES (
, 30 TALENTED PERFORMERS.
Ca'ptaia Heater's Cornet Band. 1
MUSICAL TABLEAUX. , :
. . OPERATIC BURLESQUES. '
TIUS CHANGED. .
Fromenade Concerts, from 7 until t o'clock, In tbe
Barden., , - , . -
Variety sntertalnaient, from I until 11 e'clock, in
the Concert Saloon.
Admission Ten Cents.
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T AROE8T MULE LIVING.
i ' -i 4 " 1 ' tr n " a
: THE "UNDERSIQNETJ WILI' EXHIBIT
at ail the County Fairs in Ohio and Indiana.
tbe largest Uule known la tbe world,
10' Hands Hign-Welahs 1,835 Pounds.
, Five Years Old.
; Was raised by Dr. U'Oanbt Of Fayetta Coiinty.'Ky,
Vr'lllbeexlilbltedby GEO. W. JH08T.
auSO-aml m. .. i
THE OYSTER TRADE.
Oyster ; . 1 Importing i House.
NO. 31 WEST FIFTH-8TREBT.
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECEIV
ING dally, per Express, bis splendid Oysters.
Having completed arrangements la Baltimore, on
the most extensive scale, I will at all times during
the season be prepared to furnish my friends, "and
the rest of mankind," with the most DELICIOUS
BIVALVES imported to the Queen City. None but
f the rery best Imported. Gnat inducement offered
. at tlii Importlng-home. .. , ., ,Jgu .
Order aiolicitsd, and promptly filled. Terms cash.
" Bole Importer and Proprietor.
FRESH CAN i, ,
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fTHK SUBSCRIBER I8I0W B.ECEIV-
ISO DAILT, by the AdaU Xxm- MALT-
BY'S world-ronowned Baltimore
Fresh Can, Keg and Shell Oysters.
Fresh, Hcrmetlcally aealed COVK, SPICED and
TICKLED OYSTERS.. . 1 . ,, i .
E0JBEET 0ER, Agent..
f seaff-tf l s j Jtffl Jepot.H West Fifth-street.
' OYSTERSf JRESH OYSTERS
' f 883 Wolnut-atreet,
I: HAVE COMMENCED FOR THE SEA
SON the sale of J. B. MANN A 00. '8, superior
;aw fresh oysters. J.TODD,
,, . Wholesale and retail Agent for J. B. Manic AsCO.
Oysters cooked in a superior style at our usual mod
rate oharges. au29-tf
FRONT -STREET FACTORY
, LUMBER 'BEPOT,
No. 1T East Front Street, bet. Pike and Butler-st's,
WAVING FITTED UP THE PREMISES
MM. with the most Improved kind of machinery, I
I am prepared to furnish, at abort notice, all kinds of
, , Bouse and Steamboat, Carpenter and Joiner's work.
5 i ","uu, J"mnj f rames ana mornings, oi an
rrfonBdboat to build, will Ouq it to their adyan-
v2ibm ' ' Proprietor
, xou auu itluici duuis unu. oaoes.
JOHN H. DETERS,
No. S3 West FonrthHstreet,
t Mj't I M II IntAtt llnnn . . J Cl I
Uao ' nun in diuivs a uaivuni APIJJ
complete Stock of Fall and Winter Boots and
' Shoes, which for extent and variety Is not surpassed.
His work is superior to any kept in tbe olty, and is
. gold very cheap for cash. sepal
WHISKIES. OLD BOURBON, IRISH
and Bcotoh of tbe Tory best kinds, always in
hand sad for gale by
JOHN FERGUSON, Srooer, i
eep31 Corner Ninth aad Vine-street,
iincrwuiu, rwwooai AiumDer. weatner-Doara-ng.
Shingles, Siding, Flooring, Ao.. kept constantly
on hand. Particular attention paid to planing, rip-
filns and scroll sawing. Heavy framing lumber can
planed and trnedtt. feet long, and ao Inches wide.
I IlaHnna a hAH t tn hit Irl tar 1 1 1 sTm-. J la a- ai l J
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VOL. 2. NO. 35.
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ClNOIKSAVI, HaKILTON AND DATIOB 7M A. M.i IQM
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r.u. .. .
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Ohio ako Mississirpi 7:16 A. m.s 100 r. a.; 1(1-1 p,
OOTINOTON and Lixi9ton-10:2u a. a.; 7:06 r. u.
Departures of Trains.
iNDIARArOLU AND CINCINNATI-8:90 A. .; 12:00 M.S
6:00 r. M. - .
OraoiNNATi, Hamilton and; Da tton Indianapolis
and Cleveland, 6:00 A. .; Sandusky Mali, 8:00 A. M.i
Baudusky, 4:80 r. .: Accommodation, :0Or. a. i
Iirrrii Miami Cleveland and Plttsbng, 6:00 A. a.;
Cleveland, Pittsburg and Bellalr,S:30 a. a.; Colum
bus Accommodation, 4:40 r. a.l Cleveland, Fltta
burg and Bellalr, 11 ;30 p. a.
Ohio and Mibsismppi St. Louis, 9:00 A. M.i Lonls
ville, 3:00 p. M.; St. Lonis, 8:30 r. M.
PrrTsuDao, Colcmbus and Omoinnati (Sterjbetjvtlle
Bhort Line) Kast Front-street Depot 6:00 a. m.;
8:00 A. M.i 11:30 p. M.
Cleveland, Coldnbds and Cincinnati last Front
straet-6:00A. M.;830A. M.iH:o0p.M. i-
OlNCINNATl AND MABIITTA M A. M.i 3:30 P. ST.
CiNTiAi 0ao From East Front-street Depot 4:10
A. M.i 11:30P.M. - J.r-w.av
OOVINaTON AND LlXINOTON :2S A. M.i 2:30 P. M.
East Wainot Hum. From corner Sycamore and
Fifth streets every half hour.
West Walnut Hills (LaneSemlnary.)-FroinNo.
13a Sycamore street every hour.
WxsriBN Bow and Bbioiiton. From Main and
Fourth streets every ten minutes.
Wkst End Linx. From corner Fourth and Main
to Freeman and Hopkins streets.
Bivib Boad and gxDAHBViiLX.-From corner
Broadway and Pearl, and cornor Fifth and Sycamore
streets every ten minutes. - -
Fulton, Pendlston, ano Columbia. From corner
Broadway nnd Lower Harket-every ten minutes.
Thibd Stiiset Link. From liewport Ferry to
Fifth street Ferry.
Mount Avbubn. From corner Main and Fourth
streets every hour. .
Vini Stbeet 11 ill and Clifton. From corner
Main and Fourth streets evory halt' bour.
Cuhhinsvillk. From cornor Sixth and Slain
streets every half hour.
Oovinoton. From oorner Fifth and Walnut streets
Post Orncx, Westebn Bow and Clinton 8tbext.
From corner Fourth snd Vine every ten minutes.
' fHABON, Mason, Lebanon, ahd Monbbb. Daily, t
1 f . M.-froui 109 Walnut street. - ' ' '
Habbison. Daily, at 8 A. M., and 2 F, M., (Bab
bath excepted) from 169 Walnut slroet.
Beookville Daily, (Sabbath excepted,) at 8 A.
M. from 169 Walnut street.
Bataviaand Oiobqetown. Dally, (Sabbath ex
cepted,) at lii, P. M. from Broadway and Lower
Venice and New London. Dally, (Sabbath ex
cepted,)at2P. M. from 169 Walnut street.
MoNTaouEBT From corner Ninth snd Sycamore
streets Dally, (Sabbath excepted,) at 3,H, P. M.
Ayondali. From 171 Walnut street, 8, 10, 11, A. M
. iHt 6, P. M.
, Bnptist.-First BaptlBt Church, North side Court,
between Mound and Cutter.
wHih Street Baptist Church, .last of City Water
Ninth Street Baptist Church,' South side Ninth,
between Vineand Uace.
Freeman Street Baptist Church. Freeman, near
foot of Fifth street. - . , t
Welsh Baptist Church, North aldo Harrison. I "
Baker Street Bapi 1st Church, (colored,) South side
Burnet, between Walum and Vine.
Third Street Baptist Church, (colored,) South side
Third, between Bare and Elm.
Christian. First Christian Church, Longwortb,
between Western Bow and John.
Congregational. First Orthodox Congrega
tional Church, North side Seventh, between Western
Bow and John.
Second Orthodox Corgregational Chunk, East side
Vine, between Eighth and Ninth.
Welsh Congregational Church, WeatsideLawrence.
between Third and Fourth.
Dlsciplesof Christ.- Christian Church, South
weatcorner Walnut and Eighth.
Christian Church.Slxth.botwacnSmlth and Monml,
Christian Church, between T.I'. 13 and 14, Fulton.
Christian Church, (colored,) North side Harrison.
Friends.-Firat Friends (Orthodox,) Fifth, be
tweou Western Itow and Joh 'i.
rirst Friends (Hickslte,) F.fth, between Western
Bo. and John.. i i., " .(! ) ..
Jewisb.Synaaouges. Holj Congregation.Ch'il
dren of Israel, eouth-eastcorner Sixth and Broad
way. ! . . I
, Holy Congregation, Children of Jeshurun, Lodge,
between Filth and Sixth. .
Holy Congregation of United Brethren, Race, be
tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
Polish CpngregaUon of (be K. K. Adat. Israel,
corner Walnut aud Fifth.
Shearith Israel, corner of Seventh and Walnut.
Methodist Uplacopnl. East Oincisnati Dis-TBior.-Wesluy
Cliapel, North aide Fifth, between
Sycamore and Broadway.
Ninth Street Chnpel is now called Trinity; ''
' Oarr-etreet Chapel, west aide ef Oarr-street, be
tween Kiehth-streot aud . Hamilton and Dayton
Asnury Chapel, South side Webster, between Main
and Sycamore. ...
McKeudrie Cbapol, (Seventeonth. Ward,) Front
'West Cincinnati Distbict, Morris Chapel.' West
side Plum-street, between Front and Columbia.
Christie Chapel, North side Court, between Mound
. Baper Chapel. West side Elm, North of Flndlay.
Park Street Chapel, South-west cornor Park and
York Street Chapel, South-west corner Baymiller
Flndlay Chapel, South side Clin tea, between Cutter
and Linn. ...
Union Chapel, North side Seventh, between Plum
and WestarnUow. i . '
Methodist Protestant.-First Methodist Prot
estant Church, Sixth, hetween Vine and fiace.
Second Mothodlst Protestant Church, Elm, be
tween Fifteenth and Liberty.
George Street Church, George, between Cutter and
New Jerusalem. Temple,Longworth, between
Race and Elm.
Presbyterian Old School. First Presbyterian
Ohurob, s'ourtu, between tluiu and Walnut. .
Fourth Preebyteriau Church, North side High
street, near fulton line.
Fifth Presbyterian Church, South-east oorner Sev
enth and Kim
Seveuth Presbyterian Church, Wettslde Broadway,
between Fourth and Fifth.
Central Presbyterian Church, North-west oorner
Barr and Mound.
Ninth Presbyterian Ohurob, Cutter, between Clin
ton and Betts.
Presbyterian New Scaooi. Second Presbyte
rian Church, south side Fouitli, brtween Vineand'
Third Presbyterian Chunli, Sonth-wsst corner
Fourth and John.
Eighth Presbyterian Churu, Seventh,, between
Linn and Bnymiller.
Tabernacle Presbyterian Olinich, corner John and
Protestant Episcopal. Uurlst'sChureh.North
side Fourth, between Sycamore and Broadway.'
St. Paul's Church, South side Fourth, between
Main and Walnut.
St. John's Church, South .aait corner Plum and
Trinity Church, corner Pendleton and Liberty.
Church of the Advent,(nobuilding,) Walnut Hills.
Church of the Atonement, corner Bichmoud and
Cbnrchof the Bedemptlon, 011ntou,between West
ern Bow and John.
Reman Catholic. St. Augnstlnei, Bank street.
St. Peter's Cathedral, South-west eornoi Plum anil
St. Francis Xavter'i, West aids Sycamore between
b. -th and Seventh.
B. "atrick's, Nortb-eaat corner Third and Mill.
St. hael's West side of Mlllcreok.
Christ b Church, Fulton.
Holy Trinity, South side Fifth, between Bmith and
St. Msry'i, South-east comer Jackson and Thir
teenth. St. Paul's, South-east corner Spring and Abigail,
St. John Baptist, corner Bremen and (Jreen.
St. Joseph, south-east corner Linn and Laurel.
St. Philomeua, North side Pearl, between Pike and
i St. Thomas, West side Sycamore, between Fifth
Unitarian.-First Unitarian Ohurob, South-west
corner Fourth and Bace. . . . i j
JInlveraallst. First TJnlversallsit Church, East
e Plum, between Fourth and Fifth.
Second Unlveriallst Church, corner Sixth aud
A XARGE ASSORTMENT OF
AGRICULTURAL BOOKS, ';
roa gALC BT
'Ei MENDENH ALL,
At hit new Mare, 10. Wt Filth-stieet.
NEWS AND GOSSIP.
The PIttsbure C7Arosc&HT6thatLiaut.
James u. Chaplin, ot the United States Nary,
wag married on Tuesday evening to Miss Mat
tie Ilatrli. Tbe bride was appvaled Very
simply and tastefully in white, one of her
bridesmaids Irl blue aud the other In red to
gether representing the red, white and blut of
national bunting. - : : . ...
xT-The biggest yarn yet U tkui told by
tbe WInsted Mtraldr. During tbe storm of
Saturday night, tbe 3d Inst., a bolt itruok a
tree In the door-yard of Mr. Amos Sage, in
Goshen; tbenoe glatiolD to plg-itye, In whioh
were a tow and nine pigi, from the latter of
whioh it took the tiwis tai7 eltan off, without
any injury to the animals. JVeto Haven Pal
ladium. ' i i i, . i ....
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A, V. Semmes, a lawyer in Canton,
Miss., killed himself in New Orlaani on San.
day night, September 18, by taking morphine,
lie was insane from excessive drinking. .The
next day Dr, R. M. Graham, the murderer of
Lorlng at the St. Niobolag Hotel, Now York,
held an inquest over tbe- suioide, and o few
boon after was shot dead by Mr.. Toledano, a
political opponent upon whom be had heaped
every opprobrious epithet.. !,..;, r
i Th Gnat Etuttr it built of iron, her
gldea being only gevsn-eightlii of an Inch
thick, whioo, a a eannon ball would readily
pierce through, ' disqualifies her from beiog
used in war. Her length to 680 feet, her
breadth 80 feet. The Ptrtia is only S90 feet
long and 4o feet wide; the Great Britain 236
by 85, and the Great Wertem 322 by 54 feet. '
fln regard to the adulteration of whisky,
the analysis of some of the beverage hag de
veloped tbe existence in It of the poisonous
ooaatituent of oooulus indious, in the propor
tion of two grains to tbe pint. It is a deadly
poison, and is considered fatal to human life
in quantities of from five to ten grains. The
death of a man front drinking whisky in Penn
sylvania led to the investigation. (
i : pSfrk correspondent of the New York Ex
press, who recently paid a visit to the Bank
of Englaml.sayn: "There was one item which
I learned from the bank decidedly gratifying
to my national pride. JHot a single piece of
American paper which laid over during the
late panic now remains unpaid. This, says
Mr. Elsey, the Governor, can not bo said of
any othor nation ou the earth."; ,-, ,
'" "aSThe ' Asf s Paris correspondent writes
tLuit an exhibition took place at Lyons of a
new apparatus for stopping a locomotive In
the midst of its speed almost instantaneously,
Its power was- acknowledged to t superior
to any machine introduced, and it will prob
ably be employed on all the lines of France.
. STb Frenoh Empress has just presented
the dress worn by her aunt At her first appear
anoe at church, after the birth of the Prince
Imperial, tbe embroidery of which cost 35,000
francs, to the statute of the Virgin on the. altar
of Notre Dame de la Garde at Marseilles. '
A young prinoe of the illustrious house
of Monaco was asked why he bad married a
rioh' old: woman.1 "Jlfo foi," was the gay
young prince's reply, "let me'ask you, what
poor man; in a hurry to get an enormous bank
note cashed, troubles himself to look at tbe
dateof it. ,'-'" '
JES-S. N. HoUingsworth, Esq., wag elected
Mayor of Nashville, . Tenn., on Saturday,
beating his opponent, John Hugh Smith, Esq.,
twenty-two votes.. Twenty-three hundred
votes were cast, and the oontest was very ex
citing, -ix :
$&"k Mrs. Presoott Lawrence, of Wlnhall,
Vermont, died a ' few days sinoo of consump
tion, and as a member of the family had pre
viously died of the . same disease, the family
went through the superstitious farce of burn
ing the lungs, heart and liver of the deoeased,
to prevent any more from .dying of tbe game
disease " A '.' 't. .. ..ci.y
STIt is stated that the Frenoh Government
is actively pressing forward the construction of
iron-cased ships, and the armament and Im
provement of the coast fortifioationi oontinue
to be published. . :i :'. I
$B-Qn the 10th' instant thero were thirty
nine vessels In port at, the flourishing little
town of Indianola, in Uatagordo Bay, the ar
rivals from the 3d to the 9th lost, were fifty
one vessels. " , ,;' ' ,
' irThe aurora borealls, which was seen at
Paris and in England on the 28th nit., was also
Visible In other paxtf Of Europe, and sijeoially
&Smith Fryo, one of the editors of the
Peoria Zfcmocralic fiuon, has been appointed
Deputy United States Marshal for the North
ern District of Illinois. ' '
BThe Australian: gold ' mines have
yielded sinoo their disoovery, in 1851, near
20,000,000 ounces of the precious metal. Tbe
yield of tbe gold fields is now considered to
be decreasing, 1. 1 , .;r i i .
SfTho Austin (Texas) State Gaictte of the
19th inst. sftys: We' a.e informed that some
$16,000 have been lost in the mails lately be
tween Galveston and New Orleans.
EDuring the reign of Napoleon III the
Frenoh mints have oolned to tho amount of
2,770,864,775 francs in gold and 176,908,231
franca in silver. .
dispatch from Cairo states that "the
Jeat K. Bell had found all the bars from Cin
cinnati down." . She went on to New Orleans
j-The failure of Rev. A. B. Wheeler, of
North Brldgewater, Mass., Is for about eighty
thousand . dollars, which is "some" - for a cler
gyman. ' He can pay forty-three cents on the
dollar. ;r ,'r," i . r. iJ (i j;. , '(:! a
'' $rh. lovo'-sick swain, in order more fully
to ascertain the mind of his lady-love, closod
a letter with the following verse:
, . ' "If you was a dog, and I was a hog, . 'I M
' A rooting awayln the yard;
, , , i If the old man should say ' i . -,
'Drive that hog away,' . - ,
, ' v ' Would you worry or bite very hard!" " ,
f&kn exchange, speaking of the pawpaw
crop, says: Thia natural fruit, indigenous to
Southern and Control Ohio, is now in its per
fection. The crop is very fine this year, and
our river and creek bottoms are fragrant
With it. , ',m ...';;,;,'.;.,
John Ingersoll, Esq., a prominent cit
izen of i Yazoo County, Miss., died at his resi
dence in that county on the 8th inst. He
was a son of Hon. Charles Jered Ingersoll, of
Pennsylvania, and has been a planter in
Mississippi about twenty years. ,
' J3f Bra Walker was arrested In Albany for
stealing a bushel of apples from Addison (love.
Singular fact that the women are always in
trouble with the apples. . ,
; i-Mollere was asked the reason why, In
oertalnjountrles, a king may assume a crown
at fourteen years of age, and oan not marry
before eighteen. "It is," says Mollere, "be
cause it Is more difficult to rule a wife than a
' TGeorge Crutchfleld, in prison In Greens
County, Ga , for the murder of his wife, com
mitted suioide on the 20th inst.
9Albert Smith is going to give up bis
Mont Blano entertainment at Egyptian JIall,
London. He has made $150,000 out of It.
JTMra. Partington makes Shakespeare
say, "Sweot are the uses of advertisements."
Its ao If be didn't say it.
Great Outrage—Revolting Brutality.
" An outrage' upon tbe porson of a respectable
lady of this city was perpetrated on Saturday
night, under circumstances of peouliar atrocity.
The lady In question Is a Mrs. Stevens, resid
ing on Mlssouri-streot, opposite tbe late resi
dence of Judge Barbee. Her husband was
formerly eonnected with the City Hotel, in
this olty, and for several months past baa been
proatratod by siokness, and for tbe support of
hla family hae been dependent upon private
oharity. Oa Friday night he died. The same
Oharltable bands which had provided for his
fam ly and smoothed his dying pillow were
not lees meritoriously employed In the man
agement of his interment. Arrangements were
made for a decent burial the funeral to take
place on Sabbath morning. On Saturday
night a number of watohers were required
to sit up with the corpse. Several ladies
and three or four young gentlemen volunteered
their services. Among the latter was one
Thomas Wlckens, alias English Tom, a young
man about twenty-three years of age. About
ten o'olook at night he went out under the pre
text of getting some oandles, and climbing over
a back sbsd he raised the window of an upper
chamber, to whioh Mrs. Stevens, worn out wi:h
long nights of weary watohlng, and reduced
almost to a skeleton, had retired for the night.
He stealthily entered the room, and then and
there, In the same house with theoorpse of her
husband, this brutal wretoh attempted an out
rage upon ber person I The affrighted woman
fled for protection to the room where the other
watchers were assembled, and the villain, de
feated in his hellish purpose, sought safety in
flight. ! He saved himself from a eoatof tar
and feathers by leaving town on Sunday night.
Lafayette (Ind.) Courier, 27th.
A Dead Saint.
At Milan Cathedral, a correspondent of the
Ejiiteopal Recorder saw a saint of famous mem
ory.' He says:
Deep in a crypt lighted with, funeral tapers,
in a tepulohre, and adorned with every beauty
that wealth and art oan provide, lies the body
of St Charles Borromeo. A dollar is the ad
mission fee to see him, and I but followed the
current in paying the visit A coffin of plates
of rook orystal, welded together by gold, is cov
ered by a silver ease that by an ingenious piece
of mechanism may be sorowed down in saoh a
way as to leave the body of the saint exposed.
There be lay, the bead, notwithstanding its
mammy-like stato, recalling to you the well
known portraiU and statues. Over tbe brow
bung an exquisite gold coronet, the work of
Eenuvenuto Cellini. The body was oovered with
the oardinal's offioial robe of damask, heavy
with gold. One hand was gloved and held a
crosier, and on the other, which was bare,
sparkled several jewels, claimed to be of im
mense value. So glared and glittered the saint
at us,, his shrunk and blackened features in
painful contrast with tbe jewels and gold that
blazed on us as tbey met the light of the torch.
New, to a taste not adjusted to European
standards, suoh a sight at this, if it does not
shook will at least awe. I am sorry, however,
to say that I found these gradually weakening
at the sooiable, easy way In which' the scene
was treated by our attendants. One of them
was an eoolesiastio,, who, before he could go
down to the saored place, felt obliged to put. on
a cape of lace. It would have been better, bo w
ever, if be had put' on a oape of revorontlal
temper, for, when he got down to the vault. h
skipped about , with suoh levity and ran the
toroh with suoh vivacity toward different parts
of the saint's body, chattering all the time about
itwithsuoh familiarity, as to leave on the mind
the impression of a seoond-rate menagerie .ex
hibitor. In one of his skips he flirted against
a tall silver oruoilx and knocked it over. Know
ing the reverenoe paid by tho priests in publio
to these awful symbols, I imagined that he
would at once stop and with some deoorum
place it upon its pedestal. Not so, however.
On he went, obirping away as obeerily as ever,
as he put the torch whero this jewel or that
bone oould best be seen, while the eyeless and
toothless and jeweled doad still glared and glit
tered at us from below. It was for one of us,
a Protestant, to replace the prostrate imago,
and soon after our attendants took ns out as
gaily and gossipingly as they took us in.
Cider Made Without Pressing and
Wine Without Grapes.
A rooent letter from a gontleman in Parkers
burg, Va., has in substance the following :
An old Dutchman in that city has a novel
method of making older., He has praotissd it
for several years with susoesB. He purohaaea
largo quantities of apples and giindsthem in
tbe ordinary way. He has a number of large
casks prepared, standing on an end and open
at the top.. , At the bottom of each cask is a
faucet, whose mouth is protected by sticks
placed crosswise, and olean rye straw a foot
deep., Into these oasks and upon this straw
strainer the pomaoe is shoveled as soon as
ground. When tbe oasks are full about as
much water is poured Into eaoh as the pomaoe
eaoh eonuinod should yield gallons of pure
older. Tho oasks and pomace then remain un
disturbed for two or three days, when the
faucet being opened tbe elder runs out. Cider
is heavier than water, and in its first stages
does not mix. The pomaoe having a greater
affinity for water than older, absorbs the water,
and consequently ejects its own juice without
the aid of a press. If too much water has
been accidentally poured on the pomaoe, it will
remain on the top of the older and not run from
the oask till all' the older is out. The faucet
should be closed as toon as the drippings look
pale. On pressing pleoes of the pomaoe after
this prooess, they will bo found tasteless. Such
is the German theory. , ; . ,
The same old Dutohman manufaotnres what
he calls. "Nemo's Pure American Wine," as
follows : He takes a oommon box of raisins,
obops them np like minoe-meat, and after the
oider oeases to feriaent, puts them into a barrel
of this liquid, together with a small bag of
oharooal. After a few months tbe older by
some hoous-poous prooess ' becomes " Pure
American Wine." It is then ready for bot
tling, and if tightly corked will keep forever.
Some thirty barrels of this liquid brought at
auotion reoently from $7 to $11 per barrel.
Any individuals trying the above experiments,
and having success, may send as samples for
examination. We are dry sometimes, we arc
Ltnchkrb Lyhchkd. The San Francisco
Herald of the 17th instant says: ' ,
On Tuesday night last some persons went
to the houso of SenorBadillo, about five miles
from Santa Barbara, on the road to Buena
ventura, and after seizing upon the father
and son, aged, about seventeen years, took
them to a tree about twenty yards from the
house and hung them. The Badillos are re
ported to have Men accused of cattle-stealing.
On the following morning the torrible
tragedy became known in town, when a body
of fifty or sixty native Californians armed
themselves and proceeded to hunt up tbe
murderers. Suspicion fastened upon an
American named Nidiver and his two tons,
who wore immediately captured. George
Nidiver, one of tho sons, was taken out and
shot, while the fathor and the remaining son
were carried to town and placed in prison.
These; proceedings created a great excite
ment among the American population of
Santa Barbara, and they immediately turned
out in numbers to guard the jail, for It was
feared that tho surviving Nld'ivers would be
taken out during tho night and hung or shot.
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REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
ALBION, N. J., September 28.
- A distressing accident occurred here to
day, which resulted in severe loss of life.
The County Fair of Orleans is in progress in
this vicinity, and during the afternoon a large
crowd of the visitors gathered on the canal
bridge on Miami-street, when it suddenly
gave way under their weight, and the whole
party were thrown into the canal, many of
whom were drowned before assistance could
bo rendered. The loss of life is estimated at
eightcon, though it is supposed that many
bodies are still in the water.. A largo num
ber received severe injuries. .
From New York.
NEW York, September 29.
The Episcopal Diooesan Convention Is now
in session here. 'i vr ' . , ,.,
Bishop Onderdonk has withdrawn bis peti
tlon to tbe House of Bishops, asking for a ter
mination of his sentence. This was done this
morning in an informal manner. The with
drawal of the petition is looked upon by the
opponents of restoration as only an expedient
to avoid bringing the aubjeot up for debate,
and to aend the petition and memorial to Kioh
mond without passing them in review here.
TROY, N. Y., September 29.
The announcement of the safety of La Moun
tain, the aeronaut, is erroneous. He has not
yet boon beard from.
By the Southern Mall.
WASHINGTON, September 29.
The Southern mail brings the New Orleans
papers of Sunday last. i : . . -,,
The Pitayunt understands that Dr. Holland
has tuooeededin obtaining an extension of time
till 1869 for commencing the construction of
the Honduras Inter-ooeanio Railroad.
PITTSBURG, September 29—M.
four feet three inches by the pier
mark and stationary. Weather clear!
' A Cat.tOLiNK Jokk, At the last carnival in
Paris many . attempts were made to ridicule
the prevalent style of female attire. -The
most successful one is thus described: 1 -
At another of those balls much merrimont
was excited by the appearance of a young
gentleman .of about twenty years of age,
slender, fair and guiltless of beard, who had,
attired himself in the extreme of the prevail
ing feminine fashions. On his head, or rather
a considerable distance beyond it, he woro a
tiny pink satin bonnet, a stick on the ends of
immense steel pins, about half a yard long,
fastened firmly into the back hair, put on for1
tho occasion; liis dress was of course enor-l
mously wide when he entered the ball-room j
Making his way to the-Oenter of; tho Saloon,
he procoedod, Sy means of -some ingenious
hidden mechanism, to dovelop the ample
folds of bis skirts, and Until his gown liter
ally assumed ; the dimensions of a balloon i
filling the bull-room entirely from wall to
wall, and driving all the company into the
corners, and forcing them Into the adjoining
rooms. v ii' , ,:. j
" Sbsbidak Kkowlks isJTHB PuLrri; You
are aware he was formerly a play-aotor and a
play-writer also, that a few years since he
was converted, united with the Baptist denom
ination, and became a preacher. ' Reading a
similar announcement in the 2Vms, when re
cently at London, I wont to hearhlm. He was
an older person than I anticipated seeing, I
should think well-nigh three-score and ten, and
was very Infirm In his tread ; oat his eye was
as bright, and his voice as clear, arid -loud,
and musioal as ever. '' His sermon was good,
bat lost much of its. power because ho read
every. word of it, The reading the hymns, the
Scriptures, and his prayers, I shall not soon
forget. His Scripture tho chapter oommeno
ing with "Comfort ye, comfort jt my people,"
was read as I never heard it read before. . The
congregation well-nigh arose from their seats.
His utterance thrilled every heart he teemed
to make it a living word. It was undoubtedly
a favorite chapter of his, since he hardly re
ferred to the Bible daring its rehearsal. . After
sermon he closed with prayer the Lord's
Prayer and never before, did I hear it ao effec
tively offored suoh an enunciation,' auoh an
accentuation, suoh pathos are indescribable ;
and as bis own heart soared heavenward, the
hearts of his congregation aooomponled It, M
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Natiohal Convention or Usivbrsalibts.
It appotra from a report made to this body, in
session at Rochester, N. Y., last week, that
there are under its auspioes three colleges
TuftB.at Medford St Lawrenoe, N. Y., and
Lombard, at Galosburg, Illinois; and aoademles
at Westbrook, Maine; Clinton, N. Y,, and
Woodstook and Glover, Vermont. ' Those are
all in successful operation, and tome of them
in highly flourishing oiroumstances,. Tbey have
about eight hundred and fifty students at
present, and property amounting to about one
half a million of dollars. The Divinity School
in connection with the St, Lawrenoe University
at Canton, under Prof, E. Fisher, is the, first of
tho kind established. Although but on year
old, it has teventeen students and a valuable
tbeologloal library of four thousand volumes,
with the promise of addition to the value of
ten thousand dollars by one friend.
A report on the state of the ohurob ' shows it
to be in a flourishing oondition. Sabbath
schoola have greatly Increased, and many ad
ditions made to the ministry. The convention
adjourned to meet next year in Boston. '-
'! A New Masonic Status op1 Wasbikotok.
General Washington was a member of tbe
Mosonlo Lodge at Fredericksburg, Va., and
was Initiated November 4, 1762. The faot la
Interesting to all Masons, while it is especially
a souroe of pride to the old lodge at Freder
icksburg. It has been deemed proper to pro
cure a statue of Washington, by Powers, and
an order to that effeot was given some time
slnoe. The statue arrived at New fork from
Leghorn a few days since. , It is the property
of the Frederioksburg Lodge, and has been
paid for by voluntary contributions of the
Masonlo order generally. It cost five thou
sand dollars, and is somewhat larger than life.
It was proposed also to ereot a building at
Frederioksburg suitable for the statue, and to
Inaugurate It with appropriate ceremonies.
pSfk. traveler stopping at one of the hotels
1b Minnesota, recently, saw tbe phrase "fried
water-ohiokens" on the dinner bill of fare.
Desiring to know what this meant, he gent for
a diah of wafer-cAicien. Tbey same, and,
sura enough, looked very much lik tbe small
est and whitest of fried spring ohlokens. , He
tried them found , them excellent recom
mended them to the rest of the party, ladles
and all. All who tried them liked them won
derfully; and so, nearly all of them became
froy-eatcrt almost without knowing It.
An auctioneer exclaimed: "Why, re
alty, ladios and gentlemen, I am giving these
things away." "Are you," said an old lady,
"well, I will thank you for tho silver pitcher
you hold In your hand."
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Raanale Complaints, .Inflammation of the Cervix,
Prolapsus Uteres, all displacements of tbe V omt,
Bebaja and Ceraural .ffecVlDTi., ana otnr Olsuilo dla
easoti common to females. . The Doctor's long uw.
rle nee and recent discovery in the treatment of the
above diseases, can sot fail to give entire satisfaction.
The Doctor is agent for a European Female monthly
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A good assortment of SILVER and PLATED WABK,
' Hl'KCTAOLS, etc., kept oonsUntly on hand.
Special attention given to Olssutlna aad Repairing
Watches and Jewelry. . myio
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ARK NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
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fiext for the furnishing and taping of about one mil
ioa and a quarter of bricks.
rroposais win oe rsoeivea .ror tne furnishing and
Plans and specifications may bssera byapuhjiug
tO tbe Knglneer, at tbis officeTiTom 7 till 9 A: 11.
sepWt M. I. OLAKKKi Secretary.
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Pslatiui MMsrials of all kinds. uSTme street.