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Cincinnati Daily Columbian (Newspaper) - November 3, 1854, Cincinnati, Ohio L:9SSSÍA NEWS AND BUSINESS PAPER. INDEPENDENT O N A L L .S Ü B / E Q T S . V^OL. II. NO. 37.CINCINNATI, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1854 TWELVE cents A WEEK. paily Columbiau. pcRLieBwo ireiiY HOKifi«a. Mt Ik* OmtmmhUm    TkM    tm.,    hmt.    Walaai Má Vl»«.lHr áLBElT C!. ElCHiRDgOK, Prep’r. WILLIAM B. SHATTUCK. EDITOR. It wfli > ttra Mtkta tW |M«M tal»‘:tc«nc« tint mmj W t*c*ít*4 I •'dack «B Om    tucl-Jlac    tt>«    ■*««ftraf*! *• re*eru of ilM    narkou «t ««r owo itero**, «iHÍ rotreepor J*eec trwm mDjmrta *f Uw* wUI b« ioeo»< UMtiM »«*• G«jctn.rBU. la    iBtwT'l-*    ta4a«(ry, Wi^lae^hMeetiott. »M ..«.of **.ehj ••f'»• afiM Wftt ti* •catctn.rvaa. c«aai VIL HcscrckCCS. m- It alW iinasTsI ta paily difllttrabiati. raiOAY MOIOÍLYW.............NOT.    f. OFFICIAL PAPBB OP TBFE CITT. LOCAL NEWS. n«ka.tt« tru}-*. aa<l wiB ra*eh m Ui^s pctúm mt Kaaisck/, «cttestsMtej. TSUilS OP BDBJCRiPTlON. Tmt. 4*lt««rr4 By Carriv. ■ - AÍ* M CVrriar.. ta I WBCKLT PAP^ TW CMmkbB as4 iirmmt V%'n«, fca—a^>»oskl|r.ofttio lsre.itelaia.eétMd cai crraw- a<y w IBs etmnuj eirecUtoa. Biary aaaW WTll •aWB^reelBr^^ Um latei; aai k«l ra*arta. artWtaa ipnr MII I. mlaakVi cartaiaaaActMc, a « •raa. am* a rt—t s«rt«vy or oOJMrlai*. 1 m«lk«................... .11» OBO joac. aa* aaa la >MBt. stc ainaitit. S K lao.oar.aaB Q^>aaB»l.tBalioBiatBi I» m ■te, OBo jone. a«B OB* m a||al^ ivoiro TE&MB: .A9« .U M • • •    •    SB W mmiá'ía ád**ác«."MÑ« » > siBi Biiaaá atlkaoBAof iki ttei *a*k tic. Tl<»iaBe*aj Weateiaelrte, at aar Oaa, «1 tba orao ■9-All PSB—alin ara eefkwteei te act aa accata, aad faiwaa-iri hi ifca Wa*« am* tioBtk *»»«, aro roiaoruaJly 0»-UetMtf losin boM amoaeuaa a fWlr trW. Accntsirr.—Tro cbildreo were dreedftilly borned •• Wedaeadey bí^M by tb« MireUaff oí m OBBapbeoe kuap ia a Oennaa ball ruom. on Vise street. Mn-TTAET.—^Tbe Bockeye Oamrds, a company of cokeed wairiora, now namber aear sixty petsoos aad luee eelectad tbekr oSoen. Ftas.—A two atery hooaa, at tbe corner of JeiTer* •on and Mayo atraeta, Newport, Ky., owned by Mr. Bayataa, waa oonsomed by Hie at an aarly boar yea« terday wiomind. R*rro«.—A mall boy, named Patrio k Brake waa, at bia own reqaeat, aaat, yeatarday, to tbe Hnnae oí BaAiEe. aa ba bad ao one to eare for bina* Poor UUM (aLav! SPECIAL NOTICES. .....Cl*    n.    k*. bm —a»o. M*. maamaa HL-*ar^ wtU ««.ito* Uw m ija tW >io^t ooBio., tSl* rrtdcf tooBte >. Boo * at •M^oct. aei-idro. ttedi O foro» roBTxa am* Wairnm •*»> ^¿£3^^^*-“'. “ “wasii».. ■ATOBo nwccistmos. XaTOB*. OVT.CB. I OByot Otert—iE. | I cao».oa kr tbo Cbe CecBott tatm raj at Ociokir, «a»*, ol ita Otr o« CiMtBBkil •BB Jwf    taoAMMI*    au    tko eeaco4 kr Ao • oa M koroa* te , ttea M o OOÜOB Ikr i isaioa wbioa Btl •• toe W4 1*t éa ox*:i«IUb «r Um oatelol MrsM of ÜBikBk Mar-o«a UoBty C. U—tiiol. aieetr*. «Ol ko kri4 ia tko ----ikstSia*By«f    Sawaaw.Ute MOB iko kMr* itU a*e Moea iiz •’««■«k ia tlw kSB'kioa. «t voUoeoroai of Tkireoaa L ato iHiriisM.aa EoaDAT ü Tko Botts V U ko OBOBoé koc Bl tte aooalae. ob4 cMoo oC its TkoaooMol steootet voUaai asSTrifwr JSr- -    *“*— >Uoaii OB Tiaa,tectMM^MdaB«ataaI of Park aaA nak otraota. riEiii iS m* KIm straotB Lacroi aaá tk am4 OBtk ca4 ateSak ouoota. aaib da Bsadli 0 eaiadi af faardi aB* *a aor«]ivoMtec«areraickta aad »b > Afrya aaBcr «< LaadM Uko oataarcto Mai of mM «Ity, tttedkk d^ «I «¿tetar, MU.    ' ^ ^ DATIDT. •VKLBAKBB.Marar. lUAr eaaon co*j aatti lUrtiiB. m* Aioactk.taoa. 'da-wBtB of Mcsrlaw aaSim kct, ccaca«BaMad •# addroa* ikw ■Mini of OcteterCBdXaocfltor. ta -SoTorrI laotWaMB tartieoo of tea taw Mi, dvteetM' * FaEK BKXJAiifW. QtelterA Caaaoctiea BBd (MM» ¿TÍL—nai MaMtet bv to KMdaBBaB BBd (Mrfa R. M.—naaater* df i atoa.rú^    for naar. BaaaB, Park, iBBd. aia.. la »am Toak. i%IU4c^ii4i ia< imumara, te tea Cmi BUTT .r-A iBka runted Phtliio Bodenboeb wae Med ta¡tbe Pollee Coart yeftarday, for oraelly drir-Iny bis drky orer a p .'<w eivk boiae that lay in tbe atreeL He waa Oned $5 and costs; little euuB£b foi aaeb bAfbaioae ontelty. 8bkt cp.^A fellow rumed Jonm Byder was ^eeterddy.eeBtenoed to Ure montbs impsiaoniaent In tbe ooQnty jail, for atcalTafpTg Iroii lylbg on tbe ieree, and belouging to a Mr. Tboosaa Fssaett. All Biobt.—We oaderataail tbat a tbcMBgb exo. amioatloa will be given to tbe UU aednoMon caaeoi which Sportaaaa'a HbH II Mid he Jare been tbe Two BBMod Fndarieki^oQe and Htetrr rORBION nrTBLLiaSHCB, PROGRBSS OF THE WaR. FUNERAL OF ST. ARNAUD. RECONSTITUTION OF POLAND. Th^War. RUSSIA defends THR ORINBA—M,000 HEN IN THE FIELD. Up to the lateat adiioea from the Crimsa, the ao<. taal aiege nperatinaa against Sevastopol bad not yet begun. The bombardment of tbe dtb waa only a trial of tbe range of the gnna. According to the Gnclwh diopatcbea, the siege cannot begin before tbe 9tb; aocerdlog to a reported statement of Oea. Can* robrrt, the place may hold oat for a fortaight after the ttre from tbe tranches is opened; aad aooording to tbe authority, both ot Omar Pasha and of the Bba-sian papers, the m-enfbrcementa which Priace Oorchakoff can send to Msnohikoff may arrive »»< fore Sevastopol aboafe the 16th ioet. The aUiss bare, therefore, evidently one battle more to fight before they can take Sevastopol. The eonqneat will be dei^ bought, slaee tae «rpected nd Duke Ooostantlne at Sympb arrirM of tbe iympberopol, forabodea Kotta were arrealad, «e^wqM ^naanded oatil Bafe-•Hhf.    ^_ CoBBBcnotr—WeiugtecMÉMpMMimMrBBport «Í the Owmaa dohRM. ia honorci MartlB Luther aad tbe refrmnatinn, that Fraak Chamfaate, fhq., Btede a potttfeal i^weeh on ttia oecseion. We make the aeffreotiaa with pleeaure. Not oob JosaPW^Jtaow aU parseae wheat it auy enacera, that tbe Joseph Tiltoa whose outtlaionJal aiktrs wars reeeatly iarestigatud la the PcPs* Coart, act the Mr. TUtoa SMphiyad ia the Colambivt What a pity B is Uuk svsqr oas can’t hare a mias to himself. rAaiosr.-*.MilJcresk bsving won tbs Anesr-kaalaanar st tbs late eleetioa, tbe preeentaiioo loek place on Wednesday,St Camaüneville. Apole laased aad epce^ws aude on tbe oooasisn by E. Wars, Esq., aad PioL AUsa of Farmera BoBBBar.—We are indebted to the poUteneaa of Msrshal antta* ier iafhtaistkm of a tekgraphio die* patch rsoeiTsd by blot yeatarday from NashvUle Teaa.. iofocmiag Um that SaMwet D. Soovfll, clerk ia the Mariasaad Fke laaarance Bank agency, ia Maesa- Georgia, had alolea (10,000, seoetly in (10 notes ofthM isMitatioB* aai waa thought to have M to Lobisvfile. ■oCWWaA A liaKPKB. Mo. i Syr—an Btiau, **bJs^*’ " '    CALDWELL, r—Y-* „Mvee|MB. guMiie.—Tk* smUg Smimí %t hMona ItoMBtlteOM^B r.iTBw kf Wciut am* SfaEtk eMccMccBe* «B Mammar aramimt, Oat. 9ih, at 7 k>ctokrw M ^mamma Sm*«bs ef suaeSlsr wUl yW—a wafca appUec TTa. bao5*T^ rrlBMpcL KMB Bs inafitaifaia tfcc trc—yrnttas • RccS, CBdVuU LtolBc 8%b«S. JOHSSTOaSt»l.«^p)|(BSW*c^ ilncBAMUL — Aageataa Ward aad Nathaniel Meat, were examined yesterday on the obttge Of (iBhbing a German wew Lower Market. The dlffi* caky AToae frost oae party biting hie tbomb at the ethsr, whs ef osarse reseated this grose insult, and la the mUm tbe Geraum was bart. Ward and MK nor were Alecherged, and lefl the Goen, as oas of thsat gcapUaslly expremid it, “fres of firoga.’* POBK Killow—Oae hoaas oa Dear Creak hs kflUag,and if the present oootisfa weatíie* that renowned stream will eooa roll a Grand Duke Ooostantlne a etruDg resistonoe, and f e«q>emte' efibtte for skving tiie place, the command of which—General Lermen* tcff—Is known for bia obstinate resolntion and firm, ness of charaoter. Lord Bsglaa’s. latest dbpatabss My that be expected to “open fire" in a few days; ^id private lete ten add that an attpck 00 the outworks wm fi^ed for tbe 9th instant. Menebikoff kept tbe field to the oertbward of Sevastopol. The poafCioa of the aUie«t was atsongand aaaily defeasible against an at-tsck from the landjsard. ^e allied extreme right iesi.n on tbe slim of tbe mountains east of Bala ra, which ran down like immense walb to AlonsI The ailiee* siege artillery, witb M 990 gahieoa, Cioee and pifes, haep beeo. disemMrtui, and ' mo«Uy reached tbe cqnw. Meoubikc^ has lOo gim*' with bis army. On the 4(h a oaoaonade betweensenih■agHsk steuseM (ndthsQonr< aattae fart as Qdsssa—nsthtag rsseltsA > Boskia ooatipaaaAi^ amafa tniqpa»u9g ths Afs-trian frontier, Imt hu soarcelj A regweat on UfT PrastlBD. The InfhTenoe is pMta. llie Osar Bl length dIstrdMs Aestrta and ^ an swMgnmtat BMMün. Qpnirmatae tjt tUs MPiWitbe at Tieo! lays down the IfeUts witUa whioh Prasla aesg snpke l£L •    '' a eham alliaace wii In tbe crowd of eoNoalled fewfaig are fee only onae tbat in tbe epsrnyonst de^l inoicai powsfe. the M-tonny progleai “Xatrd regular Inetaat, and be thoogfat inlMReya" ViBKKA, Ostohsr Kth, Besnlng. k to Omer Pacha tb(t the would begin ontbeAfe fortieM woaM betaken fes HMwSUMly. afeto CtoSeWi —TeB«aa er ■•trwM MBñOOv^nBBC I «riBMracttaBlB I w Bwfea ar^-» ttfe>te«r aé^am .“a-~ Us lasthsUsB h Murs UMSBBSk —r .telkgMSS^SM—t M tkU ei^ '•ISIesmf !• kMtt t«MMf MMá tM» IM Ami LOWTKW MA1>K wrra KKW- l^<*M»cktbS; toSlMf teta» tofcaei TMWk tense er s««t^ y»gweilie. «acBee the rM» te a I   atstoM OtoiMtRaor^ Idqnid Hair X>ye, fesBÉsf SksktekMteteteasMjiMesférteiUrtea teelistfsBS ..............Atse >•»— Aft.....fir.  --------a    ee iS Falsar*! TefetaUe CmmHc LfitiMiy Iftttoi t sSeeteftl ftriiete evw Sa Ikr SBiiBgi «■■■•■ tiMtete ftBAetkm pártete tee keAr. ft stacla Mil. «ptesBte n aestes slUft km kbeBftwayteswreeAtiMB Mm—tteftelmeteteekftsrSftMe» rsMsteM. fries M essSft. •hnar^ SoRp Dratifriefer 1 Teefi fsB*M.  ............ja ’____Aft.......-----------te r«Ohtftiii Tseik PásM MM te., seyuene tee rm oOcb. UteteftBsU, O. -TtesB—Sstotet M»a»ftS;—yteftBS tensa— r. k. vsftvs VMINST^N IÜEAN li CO.} P^*«-yv BSXWBS A— WBSI.WS m ■*—arfiiStayE er—kwere eeeUfteilBe elsewkerk. dmasBS.r«efts.a;Mfteeer—te eewftaSte—te Rtes«,Mteateey BUstel tew te sate*—to eU — TBOICAS BOWSr, •KR? ATrfara siTvSSsr^ ;stssr|s —Qte_eerm Mete am* TrsBisWe— A very seysitei fti^Jeft, •íMLsSr C3WS5JÍ" ■Sfcs». serteBtete aBS Wsetera a—. •piMtlMMR M €0 . WsBftSBftia Bksss—bbt Dastaae X* a# icWSeeteir—.a-e *—eyfttehdisB—Ik fee Pte Tr—te*M arUaUs M tee    —I    SteSkMery Ite —Ikk tk-y—Oat aseters Jskk—fe se    ••*)( £t±: *moÍba a yeagx». ROnBAAPAAJBU. enrrsnt lain ths OUn, wbife ka bed whereto fifth, oAal, aad blood will be tlgown,aad In white 0Í live boga will luxuriate, will present its sbp. noal disgusting Rps>'*icfi>. The    wUl    earn- Ou^etf tmá he «isre vigoroosly proeeonted ^ year than usaaT. owlag to the high price of cam. Tbb Nxf^T.—T|iis deei^y exciting Mory .which jastesdft^feltocurli Ibh^ast. equal to tbat wWch •Rot Cora*’ looqationed, Is npw for sale at R. W. Dsfhy’sBsohataM.Maia at. It b tbe record oía Bawehnyb IMs and bmsU davefepMsnt. With 1ms of Manrand Maekgnardbm than moat woiks daen-ta« tp^ poHr^ra o( lowjifein great cHies.it has still vtTid pictañu of wintehedneas and di^radatlan, sad gtves, what few te, an maight of the moral phi-bsopfa^Qf Tsgshonddnm» PaAVKBiarBni's MiaoAaA.—Thia sopste'worksr art, la which every Ciodnnatiaa teoald feM ja pen-aonsl pride, wil be on exUbitkm again at tbs Mela-dean BalLto-morrewoeeolng. As fee most of oar eltlBBas are at liberty on that evening, it wiU affaed aa SKoaifettt opportoaHy fortbsmto w)feneaa,in eom« pns7 wife their Camiliaa, this spiriÉsd and striking dsRaMtioasitbsgtaadast natural corioMty in fen world. ThOM who bars a taels and appreeiatioB for tki snhfltoe aad ths lovely, both ia Art and to Nitote,Bhnnld^jto menas asgiesl fteytog a vidt to ttflifeihidfi'bsBatiral work. Bots^A Ittün feUewMR sr sswm years of age, was scraaind jastsrdsy by offioar Wstogartner to MdwdktogfeJRRn'girl, k«t wisa RUdtweH wkh a white waa aü tha oflfesr wishad. If our woald eifMl tbs disorderly boys fonnd to the Ttotaity of the olreas. In front of tbe thnstre, sad ahonhUbnertiinwi «T thqkefcii IwReee. dctog mto- ohisf mad Rbawtog Mgsr^y to tbe vile IsagMge of oldmr ngaboodfe a. amrtoe woald be done to the patBié.* V they esBBOC bn kept from Tkioue ooerase by Chsir parents fesn they ehonld be aneeted aad aant to tbsHoosser Befoge.    ^ Txucr—Tke teerge preferred to the City Coonoil, agatost one of the Tobacco Inspectore, for attedged epembeien tooOfee, has excited eoosideiahle talk aboQt towa. Soma assert the comptotot was in-dosed by a desire to find a Mog berth for a certain paraon.aadeiaim. feat tbe charge is groundiees and the aSedged lostaacca trifeng. others befisve the esM clear and the miaoondoet certain. We doot knew anytUog about tbe matter or the partisB, bat we thtok SBch. cnmplatoteare innovationa. We have kaown Rnnx faayactors, wbo, by small oollee«iaaii,vap-pitodttmirlBsgefeatefea ptentifeliy, and ao body neerasMptotoad aboot it. Aa loapeotore life, Hke kaeptog a tqfi gato Is migbly profitable. Witb. WBirrikn.—Blackstoneeecmed to think it thegiory ofthe EagUehUw.thatwiye’sooald only he maderattly corrected, bat to tíüe country boU^law and poUie opinion eoneidef tbehosband.wbo rahea bin faaad toward bh wile, eave in tbe way ef kind-neee, aa a villtoa. The decided opiniona of Judge Bpooner epon this point, and tbe vigor with wblcb he finee, Imprisoas, and lectorea those guilty of tbe eRenss, has had the efiset of rendering It onfrequent, Ier MM* tfese, bat like pMt np wateca, tbe evil pas-alona of soadry hndbanda on Wedaeeday tost, were let loose by Hqoor, end ymterday two of feem were sn ths Cftortoal bsoch. Tbeir asmes were Philip Cress, Patrtok O’Brien. One was aent to jail for 10 days sad iwquiied to give bonds for hisfotars good bsfaswior. Ths other was discharged 00 paying oosts as hla wife, as wives In ante casMoAan do. Ceiled to appear to tstoify._ Pelien CmtL Ihs oaast SHoaat of bnMnses was traaaaetsd in ths Pefies Oenrt yaatsrday. Judge Rpeonar is prompt and gsasMUy ssnnst to Us daefesuns aad hla atrsag —mory of pstaoas «sUm Um to rsoogmtos most of ths fellows who chaaos to be bronght bsforn Um aaaeondtlass, and tha# to appsrtton fesfar pnn-fehMsattBthair gsaaiU ekainetar mwsU Mthcfer pamtoalar oflbnaas. *w dfserdsriy oondoit wne: ThsMM Osihaa. (1; John Oaasy. fit Oc— MjnMnstolMsL (I. sad Piutek O’&S «iséh J— TimntA, OsL 17tb. ‘■It Is reported from CoostaoilaopUi.lth, tbat tbe Buaeiana, (0,000 stroag, uodar Menebikoff, have been again beaten; and tbat the eootbem heights (of 8e-vestopol) are taken. Tbe enrrender ef the olty ie looked for between the Kth and 16th inatana’* Agatost ttuM set tbe following, received from Berua; Br. Pbtbbsbttbo, Oct. 15th. “Nothing of !iDF^**ce bad been nndertakM againet Sevastopol to 9ih October, being last advices.” Tbe Baaeiane ssem fully determined to defend tbe Crimea, even eboold Sevastopol fall. As a proof of the importance attached to tbe dcfenee, it is cur. rently given oot in Basala that the Grand Duke Ckmstonttoe will himself take command of the aa.iih-em army. The qoestioo is discussed with mute eameetnem as to the poeeibflity of reinforcements resebing Menebikoff, ao as to enable him to assume the ofltasive in the field against the aiUea, aad oom-pel them to raise the siege. Tbe Bueaiana have already 30,000 men entrenched at Bakshiasrai as a nncleoa for tbe expected reinforoementa, and the army at the Gihnea whi be, by the middle of October. in a poeitiuD to operate witb 60,000 men ia the field, in aid of tbe beai^ed ftanrisoD, which num-here 30.000—tbe total Buasian force bteigthua 90,-000 men. To meet this force the alliH have, at tbe present moment, at sea aad oa shore, an equal number, that is to eay. 90.000 men, and they are coatiaually twinging up reinforcements, haviag, of course, tbe free command of fee eea. EXgbt thousasd addhionai Turka are under order to embark from Yaraa, and tbe Egyptian extra eontingsnt of 7,000 will rooeed direct from Alexander to tbe Crimea. Boaeians will tbas be aatnambered, and as tbe alHes have siege artillery (for white 000.000 ahot and •tieli are ainsdy landed) and ail arms of warfare, there is every probability that Sebastopol wUI fall, and perhaps speedily. Bat it by no meam follows feat its fell will end tbe trar. Torkey is weft nigh exhausted Jof ncruite; France, it ia true, has snll 160,000 men to apare; England haa not a single regiment, unless she brings forward her aepoya from India. tiussia, on the contrary, has immense reserves, awd may prteract tbe war Indefiaitoly. XB-EBTABLISHMENT op TBB KINGDOM OF POLAND. Thosgb tbaBnglMi aad French papers are folly eoaRdent of apee^y sbscsm, ^y begta to feel that in “dreraiag” and in tbe minor opei snrgery, are ineligible unices they have completed a prescribed routine of studies in logic ! and others recommended as ekUlful Tritb the knife, are refused admittance into tbe fleet, nniees they hare compfe,> ted two tall coursea of midwifery f Tbe deaths from cholera in London tost week o nly amounted to 849. Oonrts Martial were held at Sheerness on (fepL M’Clure. Cast. Kellett, aad Commander Bioharas, for tbe abanacnment of tbeir ships while engaged in the Arctic expedition. They were acquitted Sir B Belcher waa also tried, but tb% result Is not yet known. FRANCE. rimBKAL or sr. aamapp. Tke obsequies of Marsbai St. Arnaud were celebrated on the 16tb witb graat pomp. The prlnci^I novelty in tbe procession waa the appearance of ww whole of the Imperial Ouagd which has been feceat-ly created by tbe Emperor. It was fee flret time tbat tbe Pbrislans bad an opportnnity of seeing these troops d'tUte, and every 00 e was strnek with the georgeons lichneM of many nnlforms, and the novelty of ethers. The Bulletin de Mois contains an Impartial decree le inetoting M. *srome Bonaparte in nis quality of Preaehman. ^ sop, Lieutenant Bonaparte, bas joined tbe army of tbe E«sL Barbee, the Bed Bapablioan, has refused the act of clemeuoy granted te him by the Emperor. Barbes •eye that if tbeautborities de not rearrest hi m. withiu two days he will retire inte voluntary exile, into England. SPAIN. In Spain a seism has taken plaee among the Republican party; Orense has been superseded for bis waat of ener^ and of promptaese to saoriflce hte own Intersets,Tat tbe men who have stepped into bis ptooe are said to be more important and more in-flaentfal Iban hele. Tfaeeleetiom to the Cortes show, 80 far, a majority for tbe Progreesistaa and Be-fekUcaaa; fee tfMiradaa aad other Bwotieniets are RUSSIA. At a recent great fire in Memel tbe whole plaee woolll have been berned dowa hed it not been for the exertiona of Amertean and EagUsh sailora then lo Mft. Itortlal taw is proelaimed in tbe OoTenunenta of OharinNV,.Patttnra, aad Kiew. JfteUptoa, aa Engliahinaa aeitled to tbe Crimea, aaéaeik xM-wa eogtoeer of fortiflcatlona to Sevae-topoL ton heea taken prisoner by the British, and le'eeoatoLswd Bagian'e headquarters to have in-fenttailou extnoled froea him reapeottog ^e works. POBTUGAL. AérfoRrare tety aafevorable, both aa regards tlie wtoe dhtiinli and tbe genecat position of affaiie y. At Ueboa nomereas feiiurea had oecttreed, isotodtog eome of the French houeea ea-tifellMed feare ee well ea eeverai aative firms. DBNMA^. IHTgaOmcBKT OT THB BAWUH mHieniT. In Denmark a vote bf 80 against 9 has condemned the policy ot the Ministers, and tbeir plan of de-the ConetltoUon and oentraliaingtbe power In tfie Crown—stni, all the efforts of the Daaes cannot avail, tanless the powers of Europe remove fee laooboe of tbe Buasian Socoeasion by revtaiog fee treaty of tbe 8tb of May. JATAK KZPBBITIOK—ATTACK OW SITKA. (Xiaimodore Perry wae to retara home next month (8ep«eaiber.) The American ship Lady Pierce bad arrived at Hoisg Kong after visiting' Jeddo and oh pla Tbe U. S. ahip Supply waa at Canton. lacea she met with a favorable re* 8iraodi,at ptWMI. 1 The British Admiral Btirliiv remained at Shanghai awaittog the arrival of tha French Admiral La-goerve,latheFreochfri|mto Jeanne of Arc. Oa hie arrival, the united French and English fleet were to prooeed to Sitka to attack tbe Bossian ahipa and ftote there. CHINA* LsUers from Hoag Kong of August 32d state that poiitioal affairs at Ctouton remain u the same critical state, and disaffection was spreading. Tbe tosor-gentewere to greet force in the surroandiag country, and thre: attempts were made to take tbe city, widoh, however, failed. Hooam, opposite Canton, waa threatened, and tbe people are qoictly maturing _ St the ManOariu’s anthority. At Whampoa coatributtaaa were feeejhlp levied. proo Tbo tbe capture and destructioa of Sevaatopol, and tbe oocupdtioa of tbe Crimea, cannot lead to peace; tbatr la to say, to a peace which wltl goarantee tbe indepentenoe of Turkey, aad which involves a bumiliatkm of Baasia. Koasofe’s idea, therefore, that emlaea Petondahould ba restored, evea a victory over Buseto must remain barren, begins to beoome popular even among tbe higher circles. A pamph** let just published to Paris, which is attributed to Count Peraigny, thelate Mlntttar and old ftland of Neimfeeu, openly ptojkmm the reoouatruction wf Poland as tbe onilj possible barrier against Buseia. The aatoralixatioD at Prince Pontotowsky to France, and fee fevors bestowed apon htot by fee Emperor, eeem to be to eome eonnecUoa with the pton for fee resuscitation of Poland of which there are variaos indlcajjona, little in feemseivea, but amounting to something to fee aggregate feat fee Coarta of Fraace and Bagiand have aotaally anter ouneideni- tha fctog- fevorite project of Napr'leoii 111, who hopes thereby to cripM pie Raenii’e tofiaeooe over the German Poweca. Aa a matter of coarse, to the present state of aflkirsia Europe, Poland will not be allowed to constitute herself as a republic, and If she has to be a kingdom, the qaeetion ef fee dyaaeto to be eetaiMlsbed toaeeriooioneu TheGermaai^tooes aroaU mute too IUuui>n—a Coburg would not anit France—and a Bonaparte might endanger fee tntenle cordiaU Priace Ctartoryeky aad Ooant Branieki, the moat eeaapioaoaa members of the PoUsb arietoereey to •xile, are too moeb ioterwovea with tbe late pcfiiti-enl events, and have at least as many bitter ene-mlee as they bavw partisans. Coder such circam-stancea, Prmce Poaiatowsky might be the most aooeptaMe randidste on actxinni of bia own obaca* rlty. His granfefeer was the last King of Pslaod; his —ria the Frenos Marehal who^ at Lttpaie—was destioedby theGreatNapoleoo to be King at Ete-land; the present Priace, therefore, bas juu fbé same solor of legitimacy m Napdeoa or Mdrat. His edu-cattaa has, of eoorse, not beea feat of a Pieteoder» bat ef a greet Italian Boblemaa. He has filled the plaoe of an Embassador of Toecaqy both at Loadnn and Paris; he is known to be an amiable man, of average tostraotkMr and honest private character, fond of music—as be naa writteu aeverel operas— dignified to bis deportmeut, not suspected of aoy strongly marked political opinions; to fact, be is a man ot that sort of mediocrity wbich makes good king». Should the war be protraeted until spring, he ouy get a throne. TXa (ALTIC—THB TLKkTS TO AKTUBSr HOMK — MAP1KA OOKS TO ULaLiiOTOBa. There aan now be little doubt that the Baltfe fleets will retara home, without aUempting any farther operalioni. All tbe smaller English steamers have already left, aad tbe wbde Of fee PrMte fl-et is on its way to France. The English sailing geeL wader Adraiial Piemridge, wee la Kiel Bey. Ad* mini Mertto, with a smiUI steam squadroe, wmt* among the Aland Islands and in the Gulf of Bothnia. A squadron under Captain Watson was crulaing off the Gulf of Finland, Uiga and Ooniaad. Sir Cbas. Napier, with a screw tine of battle shipa, had goi to take a last look of tbe Buasian shipa at Helan fan. TU OA^aX—OMKR PACHA ABSUiaXO TUX OP-PESUITK IN BKS8AKAB1A. The Turkisb army ia ready to second the operations «r fee ailiee, and we agtan bear tbat Om» Patea is yropering to aaeurae tbe offanaive to Beaearabia. It ia sapFoeed that his eperatioos will commeooe on feme FOinte, tbe Prnth, the Dobrndschaand tbe sea. GBEAT BRITAIN. The aal^eot wbich at present most occnpiee tbe wttentioB of the Britls'.i public, is tbe lamentable de-ficieooy wf surgeom, neraes, aad aurgloal require-menta, wbich is distrsssingly inoressing tbe moi^* The river betwesn that place and Canton continued to be infbsted by piratee, and trade coaid only be carried on under convoy of armed steamers. Tbe approaches to Whampoa, both by land and water, were in poeaession of tbe insurgenti. Tbe transit of teas bad been stopped by tbe heavy exactions demanded. and inqbiry for go:>di hsviug ceased, the boslnesa at Canton aad been limited to shipping off the teas that were on the market. An attempt had beea mede to effect a compromise with the inaar<< gents, but anaocoasarally. The village of Couloon, on the opposite aide of Hong Kong Bay, waa tafcea poeeeasiw of on tbe nigbl of tbe 18ih Augmt, by a band of pirates. The neighJKxfaood ia occupied by baaditti. 4 wr John Bowrtog, tbe BritUh Oommiaaioncr, bad visited Foocbow and had an interview with the Viceroy, and wife tbe CbincM aafeoritiee at Amqy. Fighttog waa going on between tbe two parties at Shangbai. but tbe ImperinlUts appear to m«ke little progress toward the re*captnre of tbe city. Samqoa, the late Taoutai, had been ordered to Pekin to answer some charges of fee public censor. Lao had been appointed ia his plaoe. Commissioner McLean had arrived from Shangbai at Hong Koug. It was anderstood that he would return there shortly wife Sir John Bowring to settle the duty queetion, and would attempt a trade up tbe Yaognise-Kiaeg. Tbe aewa of fee iaeargent^ in the North is very scanty, aad the iaaprse-iua wae that they were meeting wife reverses and were oa the retreaU The 1st* est Pekin GazeCte, dated Juoe 2S. contains nothing fntereetlng. AU was quiet at Ningpo to Aug. 4. At Foochow mote eotivity was gotog oa in the shipment of teas. A fire had destroyed 1,000 houses.-On the IStb^^all was quiet at Amoy, and a fair trade going on. There waa no change in political matten at Namoa to tbe 8fe of Anguat, tha toaurgeots being still around fee city. THE RECENT COMMBBGIAL FAILUBBS. The recent commercial fidiures at Liverpool continued to occupy attention, tbe more so, tbat they had dieastrona effects in Ireland. Omfltcting statements were eurreat wife respect to tbe prohsUe result. Our Liverpool correepondeut is enabled to tiess tone Jg' London Thnee, to which paper the credit belongs of kavtog engkiatod tbe movement. The Times Iteelf Je flooded with letten from all parte of tbe eomatry, loflering eoareeetioas for diapoaal of the fond. The ^reat waatThowerer, appears oot to be medical ro-«ulrements,but medical mee. Hundreds of qualified persons are ready to oflbr their aervioee as tem-perery attaolwe to fee tnedioal ataff, but fee abanri state—and doubt less reliable—that a trust deed is being prepared, anJ is now nearly completed, ia the aflhirs of Edward Oliver, aad will likely enable all debts to be paid ia full, wife a large aurplua remitin-tog for Mr Oliver. Mr. James McHenry’s affairs are to some extent involved with Mr. OHver's, but a good result is anticipated. GREAT FAILUBBS IN IBEL AND —PAINFUL EMB ARBASSMBfS TS. The oommercial totelligeuoe lor the week just closed is of an extremely uo favorable nature. Tbe Llrerpocd fUlurea have told with disastrous effect upon sooM of ths laadtog com and provision men-teanta of Dublin, and, in addition to the names enumerated in tbe annexed trade report, extracted frmn the Freeman’a Journal, aeveral firms are apoken of aa Hketo to be sufferers to an equal degree from tbe turn atuira have taken ii the o««e of Meears. Oliver A McHenry. It la aiao more than probable that the blow thus atruck will Call heavily upon several of tbe leading provision houses in Cork and Limerick. Siooe ttM (stal railway panic to 1845, trade in Dublin bsa not reomved ao complete a detangement as it has auatftined by this unexpected shock, occurring, as it did, at a junction wbich might fairly be regarded as the proeperoas point for ell partiealen-geged to thie (to Ireland) peculiar, if not sole, braach of commarce. SicoooLiiro OH Boabd th« Pacipio.—After the ■taemehip Paoifio had reateed her wharf oa Monday morniug, at the foot of Canal street. New York, she waa immediately uoarded by Officers Boeme and Fairfield of tbe Kevenue Department, who bad been deputed for the parpóse of proteoting the Govara-maotegatost tha exleoatva amuggUag uarriad oa 1^ passaagers and others arriving at this porL While proeeeoting their search they dlsoovered to tbe overcoat pocket of Mr. Tompkins, the second of-flaer pf feestaaamr, eigMeen paolmgea of valnabie watch movements, each package containing six, the estimated value of tbe whole being between (i.OOO and (3,000. Tbe contraband goods were deposited with theSarveyor of the Port. Five tranks oon-taining enstly goods were sent to fee public store for examination. Offioer Tompkins had been regarded as being one of tbe meet efficient persona attached to the ahip, and it U reported that be waa instrumental at one time in saving tbe life of Capt. Ruaeell, wbo recently reseoed Oapt. Luoe, of tbe Arctic, frinn a watery grave.—IN. Y. Times. An expedition will, it is said, be organized daring the winter, concentrating at Jefferson Barracks, so aa to eommenoe operationa early to tbe spring. It will oonsist of the 84 regiment of infantry, three oompanies of tbe 8d dragoons, one section of the light battery bom Baton Bouge, as many men as can be spared from fee Western forts, and probablv at least two companies of mounted volunteers, Hee-tllitiea win be eoinmenoed against the Sioox, and vignroualj coottooed until tbat troutoesome tribe is hsmbtod, after white tbe Camanctaes will be punished to like manner. CoL Bumoer, who has already had so mate exparience to Indian fighting to New Mexico, will oommand tbo expedition. If the pub-Usbed etatement be trae, this will be a moat energetic and severe oonfilot. KMnirenwto of fee mUitary bearde pro-TMttheH. Fwasapiplx.koiqiltal etadentoreUlled In PbUadelphtaon Monday the dead body of a colored man was detected in a box t .iat had neen shipped by Adams Bxpree*. The b*x was directed to a drugglet ta Near Havao, aad it ia eappoaed it waa totendM for the Medical Utoverelty, as a aubject for dtoHsCion. pai I n „    Fmmb th« WuhlncMft Oiro». Thtt Wreck q| the Aroiic—Abo«t Stewart Holland, tbe Hero of the Gaa. We are permitted to copy the following letter, written yMterdsy in New York, by Mr. Dorian, the mate, who behaved well, to Mr. Isaac Holland, of this oity, the father of Stewart Hollaad: Nkw Yorx, OcL 27, 1854, 6 Hanover StreeL Sir : I am a stranger, and can offer no apology for addressing yon, farther than my desire of adding my bumblest testimony to fee merits of yoar noble boy. He waa in tbe habit of dally coming to my room, telling me funny stories. Sus., and Ih this way 1 bad the pleaenre ot forming an intimate acquaintance with him. Hetieving that anything connected with him In the last scene, might possess a dear, though inful Interest to yon. I send you all I know, regret It is so exceedingly scanty. About two hours ^ter tbe Arctic was struck, the firing of the gun attracted my attention ¡ and 1 r'colleotcd tbaL when 1 saw Mr. Holland, .It struek me as remarkably strange that be alone, of all belonging to the engineer department, should be there. He must have bad a chance to go in fee ehief engineer’s boat, and be saved, but he did not, it wems. make the slightest exertion to save hfmaeir. His whole oaodnot can be accounted fw: by tbe simple word du/y, aad nothing else. I recollect that, about an hour before the ship sunk, I was hurriedly searching for spikes, to help to form a raft I bad just passed tbrongh the saloon; on the sofai were men wbo had fainted—anri there were many of feetn, too; the todies were in lUUe groups, olasped together; and feey seemed to me to bs straagcly quiet and resigned. As I emerged froas fee saloon, the scene that present<.d itself was one 1 hope never to see agauL The pawengers had brbkep up th( bar; fee 1iquo|rs was flowing down fee scnppetA Here and there were atroug, stoat looking men on tbehr knees, in the attitude of praper; others, when asksd to do anything, were imaiovable, peifeetly stopified. In fee midst of this scene, Stewart came running up to me; bis words were: “ Dorian, my powder to (ut; I want more; give me the key.*’ “Never Hind fee key,” I replie^ “take an awe sod brqak open tke door.” He snatched onwektos beside me, and down into fee teip’s hold he ilved, and I went over fee ship’s Side to my r(D. Half an hour later, when bnsy at fee raft, a voice hailed me, and on looking up, I again MW Stewart, when be hurriedly aaksd: “Dorain harve you.a compass ia your boat 7” “ No^'’ I replied; and off be weuL Hs knsw feat Aoy chance I4iid would be shared with him; and I have often thought how strange it is that that young man should, for a moment quit bis gnn to inquire after my safety, and never for a moment, think of his own. But such was Stewart Hollaod. 1 recollect disiinetlj his appearance as he hailed me from fee deck. The right side of his fses was black wife powder, and two large spots on fee left side. When hs spoke his oountenance seemed to me to be lighted op wife something like a qniet smile. Respectfully yours, ’    Fkancu    Doaian, Late third officw steamehlp Arctic. Mr. Holland. Tbe Baltimore Sun states that daring tbe Isat week tbe BoeieSy of Friends kaown as the Orthodox, held thefar yearly meeting in tbe house on fee ooraer of Baratera and Courtiand atreete, ths conclosioa of wkioh was sharaeterizad by feelings rather unasual ammig aueli a quiet, peaceful ascL The result of the teutt aeasloa waa that of a division in fee Society, a l^ge number wifedrawiog, aad took the prop* er steps for the erjaalsatton of a new Society *wUeb will hold its yearly meetings in their honie on Lom« bard street. On Satnrday feey bald their flrat bnsi* neas meeting of ths regolarty appototed reprssenta-tivea. On Sunday and yesterday reiigioua aervicss were oondncted in fee uaual simple raanoer. Lata evening fee meeting hoaae. corner of AÍM)uife and Fayette atrsete waa crowded to ezcsas, wlwa a aer-moa waa preached by John hunt, one of tbe moat fervent sad sloqaewt men in their denomination. The Hiekaites continue their aesniona nntU Thursday afler:;>ooa. We notioed aeveral weeka since, saya fee Sacramento (Gal.) UniOD ths arrival in this city of a Chii nese missionary, of the Roman Catholic petaaaaioa, bearing fee Christian appellation of Father Thomas. Since that time be lias been traveling omoag bia brethren in the interior, and retnrned to this city sn Tlieaday last from Marysville, where he sueoesded in making aome fifteen ounverta. He has adopted the Ammrican coelome of a clerical cast; le highly edo* eated, emieently pr‘>floient in Greek, La'in, Uebnw and 9‘renob, aifeoagh but riightiy acquainted with the Euglish tongas. He comes from the interior bf China, and is aaaiduonaly endeavoring to prscuis among bia countrymea fee means to ereot a eharch to San Francisco. •_ CITY TRADE. 19- Among tbe eonntlMS Mtabl!sbme»U hi tb« Qn»«» City, tbar» i* noue wb»ra a better »r more ftdrantageeaa trad* eaa be effected thaa ftf Tysoa’s cftlebrated Tax rroaa, oomer Western Row and Fittb itrftet. Txsoa 1» certftiiUy on* of tb* Pftopl»’» VftTorite», and bU di«posltion to aeeomnMdatft tbem U ftxbiblted In tbe tact tbat be dispoaes ot bia goods at tba lowait priesa. taUag Indiana stock, atad all foralga notas at par. S^No. 289 Weatern Bow. pn>rowaa peculiar attracUona for all whodosira aoy thing of n saporler kind in tba Drt Ooonalln». Hama A Nvosst mnkaitthair obnatnnt atndy te obuin nod kaap on band tba beat of artlalaa ; and tbey think they cnn disposa of tham on nt low and aatlafnetory terms as any ftrm la tba city. S9-'*Wby will paiqtlafloek ia mob crowds ta PnanT’a Citt Tax StOKR, las Fifth atraat,” nakad ona of oar aegoainUncea yaat«rday;aDd the aaawar wegare waa that bis Tana eaanot be Burpaised, and bia prices are as modarata as poMlUa. MarasTe.-, all who deal with him feat eonadsnt that whatever he aays cam he relied npon. Thla aaawar wes aatiiSaetery ta oar aagaalatanea, aad will ha toear raadsra. S0*^LaraAM, tha Txa DKALSa. of city-wida fama, IM Vlaa Btreat abova Foartb, aama to tha detarmlaatloB abma tima si naa. that ha woald not ba aadaraoU aor aurpaaaad in hla gaalltyof Tba, hy any otbaw man ia thaStata;aad ba haa faithfally kept bit word. Hla caatsmara are daily taoreaaing and bia pecuniary reoelpt* are ewelllng themMlves into a far taae rapid! y. He deeerves hie rewerd. 9^ A Naw “Happt Pak    “Oi.d Allbs,** the iavet- erau showmea. has once more opened eat, on tbe eouth aide of Sixth straet, betwera Itain and Walnot, No. U. Ha baa an&noicalous coUaction oi all aorta of anímala, inclndlog 1 arel alUgatora and baa conatrictora. Admisaion only ova Diaa, andit it certainly worth twice tbat aiua to art tha impealty with which tha auperlntandaat kaadlaa tha witkad-looklng aaahaa. TRAVELING FACILITIES. Tha railway traína laave this city daily as follows: UTTLS KLAKI BAlUtOAB. Passangar trains leava oa tba LltUa Miami RaHrc-.d fbr Oo Inmbna, Zanaarnia, Creatliaa, PlUaborg, Clavaland. Buffalo and tba Rastern cUiat, at(aia,7fiOam and f p m. Te obtain tha baaaftt oftharadncad fhra to Boffalo.paaaaagara mnat take tha 7 fiU a m train. Springilold, DelawAre, Shelby, Sandnsky city and DetrelL at<a m. XoiTow and Lancaeter at 7 SO a m, and 3 05 a m. Hillsboro’ and Obillicotba at? 50 a m, and5 p m. Tbe 6 a m train, is tba ‘Lightning;’ 7 50 am train the ‘Steam boat Exp rest;’ tbe 3 05 p m train tbe ‘Aceommodatlon;’and tbe 5pm train tha ‘MalL* All trains, axcapt tba accommo-datian, carry maila. A train fi»r Columbus leaves on Sunday at p m. cixcixaATi, HAJULTaa Ann battox uau-wat. Paasenger trains leave on tbo Cineinusti, HamUtoa and Dayton Railway for Eaton, RlcbmoDd, Indianapolta,Hager own and New Onatle at 5 50 a m, and 4 pm. Terre Haau aud Chicago at 5 30a m. Ddphoa,Toledo. Sanduaky, Buffalo and tbe at 8 Warn. Daytmi, Troy and Piqua at 3 15 p m. Dayton, at 4 p m. Gleeadale and hamilton at 5 90 p m. OHIO AXD MMSISSIPPt BAIUIOAD. Passenger trains leave on the Ohio and Hiasiaslppt Rail-read tor Lonisvine and way stations at 7 15 a m, and 8 15 p m. Madison at 7 15 a m, Indiauapolls at 7 15 a m, and 3 15 p m. Terra Haute and Chicago at 7 15 a m. The 7 45 a mlU tba ‘Indianapolis Kxpreaa,' and earrlea tbe mail. No Sunday traias. ooviaoioM Ajia Lxxurovojr raiuroao. Open te Part», Somllee. Passeager traína leave on this road for the tarmiane at 7 a m nod 2 40 p m. The morning train oeanaeU wi^be Maya-vllle and Lexington Railroad at Parte, which estettCa gers to arrive in Lexin«ton at 1 o’olock. Fish .—20 dr-tas piime •'odfl.t, 9J half bb'S. Baltimara shad. 10* bhta. No. 9 Maefterel, 103 half do do 100 bhla. Mo. 8. fot do    dT>w 100 do do lai^ de    RR ReeatvlBgaadfocaaU by eeSK    .    B08SAR fRAKRRI AIVlUSEMENTSfi WATZOJBrAla mULYEB. Jomm Bavks.......... .......' Matager. D. A Sajmkbas.............Aotiag    aitd    Bfoge Managw. NOTIOK,—TIMS 4LTBRKD —Doon opea at 6m o’cfoek cnttatariaeeatTo’elaek.proeiaaly. Second n'ght of tbe cairagt^nt of tbe great Aaterlota Traevdlae fir K L. DaVBsFOM Oa PROlAT emolng. Nov. S,^H he acted SbakapMr.’a OT K BLLÜ: On. Tna Moon or Vaaica. OtheUo..................................M* Ia«o..  ...             Sr    Baniay De>demonle .......  ..................Sra. Olads*an* Tbe r—* run wUi eoaeleda with tba langbable Parc# called A XJ3S IM THB DARK. NOTICE.—Box OSss opea oat^, irom Id o’clock, A. M„ until IP. M.. and from 8 e’cieek P. M., aatU 5 e’efodk, where aeats may be tecured. Danoing* Sohool* MELODEON HALL* i'^ORNKH FOURTH AND WALHTTT. O MONd. CHaRLKs KRMKdC, a Uraduataef tbe Ooaaervateire or Upe act Parla, aa« tha honor to inform hie former patraña, end ha elt sens of Ola* einoati a»d riclaity, tbat hla SchLOl will opea on SATURDAY. Novmnbert The new Parlor Daceea. La Voraovieana, ’he Partalan atyla of Scot’iacb, -aa tanybt ta New York by Mona Bngana CoralH. will be introduced this winter at bU scbool Also—Twa new Pauey D .noea—La Madrtlfooc, aid Lasda-Itrox. Mods. K. alad rsapeet nlly Informs the Ladfea that Madama RSBAkB Ueaaav, I*ta Daribss rf ths Oraod Opera of.Paris, will teach I.adiasaad Mistes in elasraa or private laaaeoe. CUa>ee for Hisaea aad Reatara, Waduasdays, ibursdays and Satwrdsya, from 9 to 5 F. aod on Satnrday mornfaige, frmetouVH. OanilaaioBa Rranlng Claaa, Wednaadayt and Satnrd^s, frees T to M. S9*Terms—Id claiacs, par gaartar, or twenty four las-tens, Ste. Runs. KRNBST may be seaa at the Malodaon Hall every day, from 19 to 19 A. nev3-3t Ghreat Continned SncceiM. FR ANKENST EIN ’S WONDERFUL EXHlBITIOIf . OF NIAGARA. A NINB TBAVS’ REPRBSENTATION OF THl GREATEST REGION ON EARTH, WITiI* BB AV MFIdODFON HAldU ÓR Mturdar, Monday, Tucslav end TharsdaV Monday, Tucsvay 1 RyaaiaM Raaeia*’»^kto* *«* 9tR, commeBciagat 7 1-S *' dock ' Admisaion RI5 contal aov?.t( CIRCUS. MENAGERIE AND HIPPODROME COMBINED! ROBINSON * ELDRED Willaxbihtt tbeir eemb’ned CIrena, Mena drama, le* the flret ifoae ia thfocky, on rla end Hippo* MONDAT, Ootoker SO, mm lha City Lot. Nlatta atreat, batmaamPtiiaa oed Western Raw, With all the great Hippodromatle Peats of ths NEIY YORK AND Í*ARIS HIPPODROMEl Among which will be tbe wojrvMJsrcrz scieifTirjfr ACNimrsMMjrr Of a man waikfcg npen a oeriaotly smoeth celling witb hU /•at tm>p«ratoat aad haad dowa, pertormed by HR. O. N. BLDRBD. LA PMMCBM, by Meaera. BOCHPORD aad RBKTZ. This extraordinary performance bas created anivereal wander admiration, ebowing baeatlfot feato of end I BALAVOXNOaadBLBOANT ACROBATIC POSTITRINa. by Mona. BBNTZ, oa a pole thlrt) ieet high, bold by Hr. W. ROCUFORD. Among the iaaniaerable mriUtm wbo comprise this great *• tablisfament, tbe nam* of HADANB ROBINSON, the peerle* Kqoeatrieime; Ha. W. ROGHPORD. tbsProdtgy; Hxana JAHB8 ROBINSON; Hastbk JOHN, and the great Sonthantand Northern Humorist, 8AH LONG, stead trs-smiaeat; who, with tbs namsron* Urt oi SQUPSTBIAM8, DRAHATISTS AND ACROBATS, wiUapperr iatWr varloa«ezneism. THK BAND, compriaiog the «rat lonsicU talaaS la Uta eoaatry. is led by tba iadoaaitable HRN ruR, the first Bugler of the ago. In sdoiton to tho above, A SPLBNDlD OOLLBOTION OP WILD AMIHALS of rare ohatatcter, fro* tha forests of Asia sad Africa, inslad* fog thsmsgnlflcsBt PBRPORHIKG BLBPHANT, BOLITAB, wt'i be shown at each exhibtUon. Doors open at 8 o’cleck; pertonnaaeo te eotnmiMe at 7 preeimly.    S.    HENDRICKS. octflSK    Agant. P1AN05 AND MUSIC. of them are in p qm< te modem In atyle and have beea need with great eare. A better chance wes never efferad. D.A.TRUAX, Bole agent for the sale of Hallet, Davta A ce.'a Pfonoa. Me. 60 Povrtb etreet, next to Roberts A Hoffstts. cavS . JiMhHEL— ‘iCSSnn ‘TTTTT IirnVPBMENTS TO PIANO BDTBUB. Many ars taking sdventsgs of tha dbsral dieeiuBis and vary tow pmms that ws sro ■0» eXarfogtscsai perchasm From tha axtaat of our percbasm aad aaiea,    ' and the eaetusivaly each nararstf oar baahiau, wa balteve onr prioas are below compotition.whlTa tha same reasone give sur oaatomcra a gn star ehrtiee end beti«r setcciien thaa can bs found siMwbers In America. All inatrnmrDM sold bv os are warraatsd psrfoet, and tko hset of thmr »* mtd atyío.    ^ novl    Plano    Hali.    76k    Fourth    atraat. rT IS A FACT that few pnrcbaaers of Piano Foites k'ow 4bs v*hioof Oiibsn'a iRjliaa. They ars very much admired ai>d tooght far at tbs Bast, and eonalderirg tbo lOBiarkabfo eombiaatlon cf «rcau aad otano. it is aurprlalag there ere < at more sold in tbit msiket. Wo have opened three of these auprrior iuatrnmeats, and should be glad to have them examined. Parsons fond ot saciad maiie cannot beolhmwfoetbftnpfoftftod with them.    „ tXlLBUBN A PIKLD, oe31    lole    Agents.    No.    78    U    wt    Fourth    atreeL WB are cjraUatly raoeiving Urge uddL tlioe to our atoes of <>eo. a Prince A Oo ’a Melodeona. It is hardly ucoeesary tal say tbat th*a foktmmenta sr* nnofuallsd fori parity, avansass and smoothn*» of tJoo— eapertaitee haa prevedlt bsyood contradistioa. C -LBOHN A PIRLD, ort(l  Waa’,aya Agenta, '<6 West Fennh »'ra»L Tinea MM ANO C OUTKH —foiice notifying tbs Mr public ef    - »jjr«oent snpp^s fmm the: gre* . sxpeetations jam eecfldeat H., O. A 0.>.’s menafocwry of my salMrhft’ e lot, Ifovis A Go , Boston, 'Catly oxeoedod my btgbest hSEMI JTiTI Pfoaaa aro new taking tba fo d at all others. Tbe miad aeeaa* to have boon aroused to a diacrintiDaticg pite end wiU no losget be satisfied with a name simply—of this, ,t ia proof oaoegh that I tm Miltr^ga Piano par day. Con-‘tant arrivals kpap my aasonmaat complete 1 have no tears bat I ah ail foil to sett any oaa lookfog far an alagaot instra-mant.    D.    A. TRCAX, Bole Agent 4er Hallet. Devls A Oo 'a Ptauos, oel3l No. 60 ' oortb Mreet, next to Ro' erta A HoffoL —Mofo übaa oaa foartb of our p. oaout stock, or about forty|MC9yBh|M of these now In aters. are cf thia vary maunfocture. Perfect in style, lai*¿, actloo,' qeality aad eqnality of tone, and of great dn-I ability, these foatrnmeuM retain aed amll deeer-vs. their al most nSoqnalled leputetioa. Aud at Tbo price* at wbiuh we are now aelllDg tbam. they corns little, it any, higher to an pianos ftom lass known aud appreved manutactorics ars nsuaUy sold. Tha praaeat time ia aa axeellent oca tor cash b’lyars to make their pnrehases, aad many are avaliinr tham*elra of tbe in-deoemsots wo are now offering. Piane Halt open this f Monday) avenfog, to visitors. BXITH A NIXON. Plane Hall. 0C31    Forth    atrret.    near    Vljie. PIANON FUR CHKISl'MAS NX«V YEAR'S PRBSBNTS.—Now.U^^9nte year li >.0 to seioct on» of L'ghto, NawtonJ^^^pq^M A Bradbury’s Pianos, or one of Gilbert’sH if M H If naw patent Boudoir, or on» of any other kind    ** that wa ke*p. lor wa are offailcgPiaaaa until the 1st qt January at 9P per cent below all other dealer a ia the•.ity. You will not ouv a Plauo until you call on na. If you consult year own Ini^.    M U RO H i WHIT S. oc9,    Tha    largest Piaoo Uealarsin CiucfouatL •II I I II PIANOS FOR BENT, NEW AND SKC-, UND HAND.—Wehava 156 Pfonostbati wa will rtnt.acd :lfo ¿be rent apply on tba] putchaaa, it boeght. CMtaa rent yea a Piano,' aud Mve your money. MURCH A WHITE, No. 74 West Fuarih street, oc87    Tbelarraiit    Piano    Desleís In Olaclnnatt N MW MUSIC.—CtiLBUAS * PlKLO, ,8 , West Pouith st'CsL hare receired “Moamr ia a Hard Thing to Borrow,” a maog aad ehoins to anit tbe bard tUa< a. Prica 28 taats. F KW Da YK.—Juat issued a new ^tlon of tbe abow aoc^. Call for Wm. C. Paters A ken’a Bditioa. Woris by {fed Buruet ‘‘Gome Darkl* and we’ll etcg a song. Pew days, few day»; The wordi were made by Lucy Locg, I'm going heme; The maaie was sat by Jenny Lind, Pew days, few d*y«; It’s eaag by all the darkies to raise the wind. I’m going hotne."’ We have abm published tbe corree! Eedittonoi DB TCDER SIDE OB JORDAN. WM O. PETERS A SON, For Mle ay oc33 corner Foartb and Walnat. M. BALLHAÜSB A CO., KANtryAOTvaaas. ixroavaaa a*» aaALBBS i« Mnaieal Inatrone.ta, No.llO Walnat St., East aids. beL Sd aadilb. CINCINNATI, 0., Aoeordsoas and all kfoda ef Matleal Inatrnment* neat lyTapairsd._ )«ii3i-ly. THB BEST STOCK or BaooND-HAim Piaitos Ix the Waat. Par eafo at Me. tOiWaat Neerfo eWe^y^^^ PiioM very Zeow. ‘ Jyl(-4Aw ble Jt with the a COLUMBIAN : 9TKAHI jrOB PRIMTirVe E S T B L4 8H M E N T. ooureatAM apiuMNo, rxias mm, aar. waaiioc Argrs. The PROPRIXTOR of t*mCoieMaiAS woald inform lha pubUe ttar hr tajmmMMte 1 *n «ret.eotion witfi bt* pa* a tto«6tefao«^ i^»eqwiaU1oa-thst.aM7 bajeada upoa b tb# BtXMbt OlupMlCO a . THB MbTElZAXJlJAB EmSBLT BXY, 'sHeefod ^Oi ge^aatk rod aftto fouat: aad moat seprevad atyla. Tba bastSf earkpieeara aWioyaif. aad tbamfli:»era* paired ta axaeata avaty daaeripüo* W Book, Job and OniamoRt^ Pi;int;in¿ fo a supe, lorvnaiiaer aod witb tbe otmost diapatch. THE POSTING DEPARTMENTa of tbk oBca ta iwfevictr ta aaae to thaeHy aao cqmuilMt|La fa aaaortment of tba flriasfaad latMt specimens ot tha Wge pUia and omamenul WOOD TYPE foaaafoetared, Theatteala tharaiore preparad to print - Every Bofloriptiim of Fofltíng Bffls, at theahqrtest notloe, and on tba most reaaonabl - taifaa. „ fi®“P»rticnUr attentiea gtvsa to tb# exbcntiroot HAIL road prfotiatg pf svary kind. Having in naa ths lataat Impreved HTE AH HAOVINE PRKSdAR, wa ara enabled to 111 the largMt orders at tha shortest notice, with an as-nrenee that the rxecptloo artII be bath la styto and prfpa. aalisfactory toatl wbo me* bajdliH^-ed to patronise tbe Coiambian Jo^J^£tto^(Hber. (7HARLE8 N» lORRlS, Smpt, THE BOOK TRADEa GENERAL MAP ESTABLISHMENT. Ho. a CellrxB Hall, WalwU atreat, Oneinaati, Okie MT* MK.’VOKNHALL, AfAP. BOVH AND PBINT JCd* asilar, bas aoaaüSkly oa hai d Ouida Boohs of all kinds. School Apparatua. Oatllne Maps. Atlatow and Gaaet-taars. Qealagfeal. Aaatoaileal aad Aaironomieal Charto, Olobea, Microscopes, Drawing Instrumento, Ac. sep26 ly-bflew •NEW BOOKS Jaat BeertvcA. W OHJOOH art JOURNAL, POR OCTORER; JLd Harr«r*a Magaaine. for Nov. Poti.m's    dp    do; Orabam’e    do    da; Oadey’s    do    do; Taylor’s Pash ions    do. All parsons having aumbera of virtae's Pallia,’ er Hartte's Pabneattens, and wishing te «oaplete their »e*. can do ao by osUfog at aovl-lw N, 8 HARDING A CO «8 New Book B ere. No. 16i Vine strest. W*t side. 3rd door above Poarth. QPP Thoolog BUY POd CAHH AHD RUY CHK AP. Meara. Wllatate, Kaya 4k Co., KR for aala. lair for catii. a 1* ga a»»*f rot at Thoolegfeel Boohs. StoUghma fomks, Hadlcal Books. ■elsauea Bsoks. Cfossisal Rosks. •ehosl Books, Masfo Books, AgrtawlMral Rsshs, HorUealtaial Bsoks, Bymm Books, Holiday Booka. JavsnRe Books toaasUoDsooa Book Blank BookA Sold wbotoaaloaadrotoU otaatiafostoryarlosa,by MOORE. WILSTAOH. KBTSA OO., oc20    S8    W*t Foartb ateost. DIAHIBB for ISA a.—Tho aobaeribara fovito ottoa* tioD to tbolr odition of Dforiw for tbe ansufog yaor, eo*-prising vaiiooa atylas sad alaos, adrotod oftbsr lor the seuat-iog room, tbe ttndy table, or tho poekat, oeoalstjng of:— CLAYTON’S LARGE QUARTO DIARY CLAYTON’S CXn’AVO DIARY, (thrwi risM;) CLAYTON’S MINIATURE DIARY; CLAYTON’S POCKET DIARY; DAILY REMEMBERANC^, (blank date.) For tho raoorda ot bnalnem aEbl^ BMaaoraadimM ofse-gagoconts, or evanta, or for tba naa of profrariooal mao; eftbor aa a (toail of hoafooM or ohaarvaHoo, they wid botoand hlgb-oeefol, as they ooatafo anSclaot apace under aach data tor ill and eompiote mamoratida. Per travalora find tonriat, aithar for (Mcrdiog evaota at travel, or foi the genoral par ■ pose of a aketoh book of obaarvotlen, they wilT prove wdU adaptod. Tha qnirto form haa bssa adeptod by aianv aaereantils firma lor tho pnrpoao of a “noto raeord,’*^ aad by tatoraaeo offleors for noting explratioaa of rlska, for wbiro it will bo found metbedieally arraniied. Theao editions are printed in tasndsems style, on aoparflna papar, and bound In dUEerent kfoda of bfodb.g.aatang neat-nesa and strength. PoraaJoby O P. BRADLEY A CO.. ocU    1<7    Main    atraot. roaasroBP araa. rxxas AmauATa, )    ( a. a. ro SAXcai. rutjaaaoaa, {    ( jmmm a. APPLEGATE A GO„ BookfidlszB, FobliiheTs & BtatiRnen 48 Mata Straot, naiTOaati. Wo have, ta addition to nwr own valaabfo paMlcaMeos. forge stock of tha meat uoslrablo Booka pabUaiwd Oas Seheol stock embraces ail books of merit used ta tbo West. PAGED BLANK BOOKS, Hanafoetnted of tho beat Lmaa Papa^ fo aay style doeired. AU orders promptly exaeatad. The Tmde snppliad on tho most tlberal torms.    oetl4 HmEMUVAL—Tho anbacrtbw baa movod his Book and Jn. Sfotloaary Stock, ftom 160 Mata atreet, to No. li Wmt Fourth atreet. South alda; where be iatmdate keep a general asaornaeat of Family and Pocket Bibtoa: Coaamnn Breyer and Hymn Booka, Poeiieal Works, Histories. School Beolts. Sgriouitaral Works, sod a forgo eaaortmoat ot auseeUaaoons Books; full and half bound Blank Books aod Mameraadnwa; Cap, Lettar, Mofo rod BUlot Papers; Envalopea; ReU and Pocket Maps; Faocy Articles Ae.. de. On bond, a adpaly of Mm. Stowe's aaw Work—Sunny Hem* oriM of Poreiga Lands; Tbeugbta aad Things at boma aad abroad, by Rlihn Bnrritt; This. That aad tha Otfaor. by Hi* R L. Chandler: Heroes aud Mamra of the Hodem Mieefoae-ry Ei^priae, Hogae’a Popery, Ao., Ae. eogfl    A    WATSON. EMPORIUMOr LIGHT.-No. 99 We* Foartb etroot BARACR A VO.V PHUl*. Haafocturea and Import om of Oas Plxtnrw, Lains, Ghandeliore, Oirandofos, Yaa* Porfor Ontaaaenta, Tan Traya, PUtod Ware and Paney Art! el*. —ALSO— Hannfoetaiera Weatora Agonts for tha *Io of Wraaght Iroa Oaa aod Steam Pfoe, Gas Hatom, Ac., at Phlfodetpafo List Price, whoteaale and retail. Oaa Pfpee introdaeed ihmagta dwaUtage, storae. rod pnblie kmanliha meaner at Iw boUdings, ia asnperler aad wmkmtml ratea.    BAKER    A    TOM    PHDL, JylS _Ponrth    «trewt.    wee    etWelaat. alO eomov Hafo and Front atroots. PlPlto.-ISU box* WbUo Pipr#; lUO .. Zadfoa ^o.foraafoby *    Ó08KA    A    P oelff RAKER. and Pront atreota. THAT HAT! “YOUNG AMERICA,” NOW READY, GOING F AST-RAWE’S CENTRAL HAT STORE 000 Im 9»4 WK8TKHN Extra <au ajuity wr appihg p aprrv SUUU reams and bundl* extra qnaUty Rag aad Btsp -Wrappfog Papm, beat qnalRy fo aaarkst; 3000 bandies Straw Wrapping Payor; ULO reaaas Tea Wrapping, orowa, media» aad deable erowa; 60 reams doable media» Wmyiitar, 40 do mammoth    da: 800    do geoalno Hanflfo; 900    do Imitation do; 100    do Cotton Tara Paporj 100    do Batting do; Por ealo by    H.    O.    GOODHAN    A OO.. erpKl    ^    Pearl    street. H. WÓÓD A CO., North aide of Ceart street, east o . . Broadwav, Hanur^etarars of White and Red Load Lttbrage. Whhing, Putty, and Cider Vinegar. Also—Dealer* In Foreign aad Oemmtlct ociarse Paints, sad are age»** for *b« sale fo Thea. Scbwarea’a ealebmtod Paria Ore-n, wtaieb ws offer at New York prices. Per Sale—A s'aall Steam Et ,*i>-a of ab< *1 •beat fiftam boreo WOOD A 00. CoTinting House Stationery. F"“ 0*7 MALAB by tbo package at Wliolaaale rrte* by BOGBR8AUO.. No 197 Welnnt atreat, bat. ñdrd and Pedrtk JHACREBKI* No. 3’. fo bblaend^b^to. f^^e^y HOSEA A PRAXe •mr. Mata aad Preat«treat* 1^L.AVORlNtt BXTRACTN- frr tmyortfog a daH-P cioua taste to all ariieies of oonfeotioaary, blano mange, Jaliiet.cakea, Ac., of eevoral difforrot flavor*, f >r aaio by JNO. W. HANN 4P0BD, oeM    S. W. eorno* Si .tb aad Wa*tam Bow, ^L.O RYK WHlfiKlT.-I would rail tbe sUeaiion o \ P my cnatomers and ail otbors, to a 6ne sample of tbo abova, which I have latoljr ogMiod. and wbieb I can recommend to them as Gar prefcrabla for medical purpoo* to muob ibat is sold eat‘yare Frcneta Brandy^” JNO. W. HANNtPORD, sett    8. W. corear Sixth ant We-tom Bow xnnpniB nc^tr. — * i«ry«andfummodiona Warohmae. brae atotirn blah, with an exlM^llaut dry oelltr. jmmeSaing all ttaoconvenience# of modera improTemoet^Ae.. for rMt o^ fovorábia terms Tho above I» we»l lighted and vrntUatod— otetrally located, ha# batohwara, ho sdcg eyparafoa, acalw, Ac. aad is of easy aecea. Pnrtber apply to Aim    O’HJDIM A MAHON. 996 Main atreet LMliblM t;AUUM. arrengM wito    Md    onntod on a New Card HaeStoa. The b*t Jet Xfoek aaJ eoier ad Tnksare used aad warrantodaot to mb ofi^frmn (X.50t 15.00 per Tboeaand. Cadlaadeee Syecfmers attho DAILY OOLDHBIAN.BtoamOard and JtoOfBeo. Wow rtalombtao StrlMt’tc Id • T foTrhR AfoD CAFPAPKlkS, a foil a**o roent Ma including Vlctorfo Hills and other paular kmd* for aale by oc94_KriOBBS    S    OO. QTHSKIj rKMS.*—a largaa»aoriro«>tol tro mMt ap. O provad Steel Pena, from varioua    amimg wbieb are Perry’s, Gniot’s. Hoaley’a. Herrick A Co*». Jerole-man A Co’», HarU A Son's. Onus Paroba, Ae. —AL80- A variety of Pen Holders, ef enUrely aewyatteraa. togetb er with an extensive assortment of Blank Book* and Station- MV    D. P. BXADLBY A CO., laK    147    Main    atreet. ■air* Blank Book», all etylea. Blank books. 9OJ0U oeir* Bli BIO dosen Tuck Mamorandimia. •06 doaaa Tag» aad Blank Booke. For sale by    EOOHB8    A    CO.. Wboloealo Stottoeory Dealen,. aop5    Ur    Walnat    atreot.    bot.    Third    and    Toarik nC 5U> box* Ho. and Va. Tobaooe; 118 do    Ky„    do; 60 caddi*    do    do; 66 do    Ta.,    do. For aala by    PRRD ^ RIDGKLT A OO. oelS    NO.    8 Sycamore atreot. CARBONATE OP AMMOK14 --I havajeat opeatd a lot of Oarboaatoof Ammonia^ wbieli I otter for tale, sttbor by tha a Bglj pound, m by^tM qoaattto, at low ratoa. JNO. W.HAMI^PORD, nraggta*. eoM-lw    A    W. sarrn* Math aad Wwtorn Xaw. ■Í ■ /

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