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Cincinnati Daily Columbian (Newspaper) - October 20, 1854, Cincinnati, Ohio mA NEWS AND BUSINESS PAPER. INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS. VOL. II. i\0. 25.CINCllNNATJ, FRIDAY MORNING, OCIOBFR 20, 1854. TWELVE CENTS A WEEK pailg ©olumbian. PCBUSHK» KTKKT ttOXHlWO, thm OlwMMia BMMIm. Vhiré Hi., fc*L U alaui u4 Vt«p. by ALBERT C. RICUARDSO.\, Proper. WILLIAM B. SNATTUOK, CDITOII. It vfU cMttte tb« lalM ba^ tv* •'•Uak la ib« mmmimm, l«rladl«c tba *c«araM rayarte af iba pruH-Iyal aaibate Ibai mar ba raoatrad tba moat aartfal ot oar awa a^ aatf Kaaaya. aad cartaayoadrM f.aai all Bart* of ttaa ■M. la vlgeraae aatararl-a e»d ladaslry. H wifi beeacmé »* Htellar^bHeMtoa. «Ill daaata (paelai a'lairtkm la ^ » «awitera^rite ir>te. H» aoKKin.Tvaa. 1 «axBaca. Mabopac-»ua, kiaaaAa HrnoeaiteB. a«c it will bramlM la araaoa ■te tba ' ItybtolM trai»a. aa4 will roAcb a larga yartiaa «T Obla, laillaaa—< r«aiackr, oa tba ■ oaa «ay. pailtj Soluraiiian. FHIII4Y .blOHNI.MJ. fM'T. 90. INS I. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITT. LOCAL NEWS. Nota'bcnb.—WennderaUrd thbt the Rover Qubrda riil p«r«de on Tneaday in fall dress. TERMS OP 8DBSCRIPXION. Vw. Maarad by Oanlar. Wrteb.yaybWata Obrrter. ■Bvaiiablr ia aSvaaaa____ .........W    00 ..........•    U • 00 WEEKLY PAPER. CMmHMsb mmáVnnt Weat. la aaMaamatb waéKly.aTiba Urg.^telaM, a«ita« aad airaaa-aSaaaramiy tertba caatetry ciraalaitea. Brary arnubM-^U aaia>aa>«yalarta«a.tbateteat amri.«t rayarta. artlelaa aa ip'ata aaatmary af aarn^ aa« a aariaty ti adltortaU. TERMS: - . - - ......................... It.tea teiatba.................  ...    i    yi - nOss. «tea yaar. aad aaa ta a«c»t. alx aaaaiba.. t 00 I Caplaa,tewyaar.ated«»ataacaat.twal«ateaatba.lO W "    ar,    aad'ate. ta anaat, tw*i*a ............ 15    « IV Caytea, aaa yaar, aa« aaa ta «(«at. twelva aeriaUoa dab te If alaba, at aay Uata, aa tba ey-Ali Peteawtets are aatbartead tb act aa ayral^ wad Faattei.wtt la tba Wate aad Haatb-wate, ara peayeetiaHy aa* Matead tas««a boma yradaattaa a Mr trtel. SPECIAL NOTICES. Wtea Ltytet aad OokeOMte- atBUk -Tba Krrteay BaaHan at Varaar Oalteca. earaar af Walaat «M Mztb atraaca. laaa «a Haaday    Oat.    B b, at 7 a’elack, P laTattaadliW vU ylaaaa «Mk* «BBllaa ■; B. BAOOTir Friaali^ AOHbVard.—V«r Fbdl mad Wlalar^ 1MM.—JL »« sa«dB ta aar Oatecawra aad tba Pubbagaaa. aally. Wa da aa* caaaidar It amaaary Sa aa ta aaaaMrata Iba dl9aaa> ■iHilii aa baaalat aaia. «• U te aadarataad ibat MTlMtet ytaaarytblcc tbat ayyartalaa ta • OajmnuLS*s WAsaeoes, aftba rurxar aad but qvautt Mte Maw Tarb teaibte aBbrda. Oterataabia aow iWl. batb at Fiaaa Oaada aad Bsatev-MAaa Wmk. Oar tayaurira far •aad aad FaitelaaaMa Xaady-aada Wark. wa bailara laaa* aabHabad. H wa eaa >.dya bate tba asaaaa af aar aaka. as dlAeaH «a «at a teMt Butac pair at F ora tbtte «av atbar camaat; la •btaatesHUac.wa baUaaa va cate taka tbakal. OMtbtec «a yttda«tetaataas aa, tbat tt wbaa a larmaBt te ym«ila.d.— «M It laady a* tba ayyabnad tlM, aad aa vary teMict X yaad tt gaaiaatril araa aala.. Ta«*«*aated Bat's aimXImm, a «aad aayyly as asad. arndbte'Bte-as iMMMadl BteartT —Ba«. THBODOBB FARKBB. af Baaaaa. «tel dativas <tea Sr.ial a eaerae ef weekV Urtaraa, ate Aarnmtmm tea iiij aa fbaraday a.aatag, Oetobar ISib, at y w atetoak-at tba Jbssbaatea* laatetots Hall, attaai af vlca Ml Bbteh atratte Oabjrte "Cta «lítete wad Ftaayaiia af Aaaarteate Bias «y.** ~    ~    *    isr —dlitm aad twa la oeU* fVsWM A«a»yy.—F«r tb« CavUctaa tad Laxtagtte Bafi labnaatlra givaa eeeerrela* tba tiaaaytnaUtte a «Iba abava Baad. aad Btel. Ltefiac Hgaad. dOSBSTOll d OO, Ft«%bt Agaate. «S Bataat teraai. tte thy Tara«ay _      .    te    ayri by rvd 1 a Ubrtetea. TkM May ated Friday «Taataga. frBa at tba Baahiaitia* la- layavter Od wMfca.) yayabla ta advaawa. aadMlbaalamtajat.    acU-bte «a ta aMka ayyUeatioa BdOOel MBBCAimUl GOI.LKOE lay Fan Tbaaai aadrjyiteaabatetevatbaaaay itaillar ateabtteb aad HteKEiMBoaaw are «teayvaüad Smt i «aateHaaaasteamiMvteMteS by aay atbar acb Vahad mtayi. pa? R* Wabteva ,1 BAb.TIM«Mbh wka'lbJla.--- Wabava aaw «aaateaaaad ter tba lamaa to a at Hte «U ataad, Ba. U Ftttb alíete, iWaataf Xteaatrate F. HVTCXIRBOV. -naCaL CMUBBY-dSbaxasBad Bark Caady, te Ms by JC aayd    J.    BWbrttT    dOO. m ivaeiyt of a wall aalartad TJgtaLvgc’a teaagfateadtahdaaatbaM la lat MbteMSaaS «a att yarw at tba t.aad BdtUagwUl LLldlf IiAPHdH. inm OIRABDteUBB. eaM at Head tteaat. waataf Wtlaat, wbteii yea wiB dada.jteaadid -    BdiXB    d    rom    fhujT FfXTtJMiiB Ha. OS ABRT dOO bBFZXTVBBd. UdHFB, de.—ITaara raetevtag daU ad Htaaa taaar aylaadM auah af Oaaaad OU FIztaraa bbahteateMMtea afatyta aad ltetab,to already aaaar ■ateted. •aa yatearaa ara aataatad witb —ab ptmaalaara ftaMttelMÍIayteateahaaaatay kaaiii aad asM at tbair yri Aa..lyTb« •aBaa*ab wt» riyaa iaateSad tata dwalMaya, atoras aaadateteaar ar aaU wbateeeleaad te. by    OOODIH    d MAUOM. TBlBBaixeA Xii#B Rabto Rose TOE PATttiarrS, STREETS A OABDMNS I A AAA FB** niBBB-FODRTUB IMOS; XU VUU MMdaliaab. JteMraeatvadCraMtbatMla-Mite yyd sHMBHayateMyMty ter aalaaa. BARTdHlOI^X, ry. ay Expfctb»—Mr. Starfed was expected last nlpht hrom the east with a larffe amoant of the needfo). We did not learn whether he arrived or noL Tbtst Comfany Bahk.—There was no ezdtement ib the neifbborhood of the Trait Compaiiy Bank, in Oovingtoo, yeaterdsf. Every body seemed to take ita IkUura m a mattrr of oonnw. Anothbb BraFBNSiOK.—A thamb-paper, fcailed the True Son, or some sach thinf, that has be«i got Mt anmewhare on Third Street for b week or two, omight the panic and was reported dead last nighL HBI.P Uf—Althotii^ Measra. Ootcalt A Willbuna ■Mpended tompcrariiy yeaterday, yet there was no crowd ia ffont of their place, and general oonfldenoe was expressed in thair aniv'nov. Jailob;—It ia miaored tbat Mr. Tbomaa McLean of the first ward, will be Jailor onderMr. Braaheara. W# don’t know him, bat hope he may be aa worthy aa the dfaiUogaiabed títixena who have uocupied tbat poet before him. Plbasübr.—One of the moat pleasing parties we have ever aUended, took place last night at the Me* ehaiiios'Institnte. It was given by the Piwbklln Daneiag Aseocfatlon, and refleets great credit upon ite aunagers. We nnderstand tbat the Aasociatíon intend givtega sertea of parties._ Fixxd.—Mondowney, arreated for renting Port Shi for a hoQse of Ul hme, waa foaad goUty, ^d aan-taoeed topay a iBeof tl5. The balance of the party, aeven in nomber, arrasted at tbe time, were fined $5 eadh and costa. Ah Opbhiko.—Tboee who have drawn money from the Banka, and wish to go into a safe apeoala* tion,aboGld purchase tioketa for Siae’h grand Gift Coaceri, which will be a delightftil allhir, and will distribate gratnitooaly a nomber of very valoable preeents among Ht patrona. Accidbht.—One o( Wood's dht ci^ta ran against a baroQche filled with ladfea, at tbe comer of Poarth rad MaAson streets, Covington, yesterday afternoon, rad ont a wheel abort off. A gentleman who la driving tbe baroocbe sprang oat, and holding on to the leiiis, kept tbe ladiee from being qtilled <mt promisctiooaly.    _ DiaacTOB of tu lNFxaMA.Rr—The City Cooa« ell, at its la«t meeting, aelected Arthor Hill, Esq., to ftti the vacancy ia the Board of Directon of tbe In-fliiaary. He lea goed man, and weli qaaUfied for thia very responsible aitoation. He ia a grocer, rad baa been ra Overweer of the Poor for aeveral years. Aoctdbkts.—An IrUbman had a leg broken by falling froBi tbe aeoond story of a bailding at tbe corner ot Ninth rad Main streeta, on Wednesday lest. The fall originated ia a scoffie with a fellow workman. A droakea womra wm aomewhat hort by Calltiig late a eeUar*way on PifUi, near Moand street, on Wedaeaéay. Pickfocut8.—T nree English pickpocket* were prowling aboot among the crowdi on Third and Main streets yesterday. Every man with a dollar la his pooket should keep a sharp lookout fw them. They are each represented to be between^ 40 aad (0 years ot age, and well but plainly dressed. One has a aqoare face, Ught earapiexiao, aad arady whiskers, rad wears a fiock ooa**, another is thick ast, with dark couplexkm.«ye8 aad hair. Tbe third haa apcinUea of gray hair, and is tall with dark eyes Monetary Excitement—Ran ou the Banka—Suspensions. Tbe panic in relation to the currency con tinned yesterday, and there waa a heavy run on Ellis & 8tarf;es and on tbe Citlaena bank, but not a dcubt «ras expreaKcd from an iotelUgent source, but what thet<e institutions would weather tbe storm.— Grest ODufidenue ia expressed in the honesty and ultlniato solvency of Mr. Sanford. The following notice was early atuck up ia front of Mr. Sanford’s tsUbliahment: “Depositors in this bank will be flilly paid. Ow« ing to the rus I ou tbe bauk, it has been compelled to suapend payment. Deposita are secured by a pledge and real estate, valued at $.300,000.” Tba am:>uut of deprMitt ia Siudford’s Bsuk are said uot to exoded $123 ,000, and althoagh Ibe bank bassufflviieut asaeto to meet ail liabliitiea, yet Mr. Sandfurd haa, to mike depositon doubly safe, executed a deed of trust for every dollar of property be owns io tbe world. One gentleman, (Mr. Jones,) ia the crowd in front of Mr. Sandford’a Bank, sta'.-d that be bad $1,700 on deposite there, and if ha had aa much more there, he sroold feal perfectly safe. A number of others expressed the same opinion, and the crowd gradoally scattered. Very early in the day a crowd of sevaral hundred penoos were gathered in front of Measra EUia and Storgis, and when the doors were unlocked the whole mast commenced puabing and struggling for an entrance. Some were in good bnmor and others la a very bad one; some expressed mach confidence in the stability of tbe firm, and others expressed a preierance for depoBiting their money at home.— Some were quiet, otbera noisy. Some Joked others •wore. A narrow passage had been made with boxes to prevent a mah, and a nambee of policemen were on hand to preserve order. Finding that thev could not otherwise keep back the crowd, a beam was placed serosa the door-way, and about two feet from it and over ibis the applicants for funds were helped in due order and without undue haste. Mr. Morton addressed the crowd several times, as also did several other persona, aosnring all present that the bank waa perfectly solvent, the money on hand, and time to pay out only wanted. I'hia pot tbe crowd in a good humor and waa received with cheers. It waa stated that the Ohio Life Insnrance rad Trust Company had generously stepped ftn-waid to back Eilia A Sturgis with $200,000, snd tbat T. 8 Qoodmra had done the same for Sinead’s Brak, rad thsse mmora, with tbs general ooafidencs atiM tw* posed in tbs Banks sostaining the mn, had the effect of allaying excItemenL Some, who bad at first been greatly alarmed, afterwards refused to draw out tbe ftauda which they bad on deposit Tbe utmost confidence ia generally cxpressed in Ellis A Sturgis, rad ia tbs Citixexu’ Bank. Mr. Manchester did not open yssterdsy. For some time in tbs morning s crowd followed him sbout, dunning aad abusing him. Mr. Mracbeater did not appear greatly tronbled, though be requested the police to be ra band if he sboaid bs hard pressed, rad stated that ous man named Cunningham threatened to aboot him if he did not pay. When tbs nub waa greatest at Ellis A Storges’, veral old English pickpockets were duoovered in the crowd, and our p^diocstock np a notice: “Three old Eogiiah pickpockets are about I Look out for yourXmoney !j” This turned pablio atteation into a new channel, and instead of looking after funds in Bank, evsiy follow began to watob those already in pockets. The notice, by potting every one on their gnard, dsabtless prevented the operations of the rogues. Bcrolabs.—Tbe present panic in money matters -will doubtleas induce many persona to keep thei r fonda at home, rad as this will tempt the depreda, tfcme of burglars, ws may expect to hear of such at' tempts and of their aucoeai, unieaa our citizena are OB their gaaid. Tfw acotea of muHonen at the State Fair will flood eor eity, and it will require ell the vigilance of oar pellee department, rad the care of our ptivate citizena. to thwart their designs. The best thing tbat can be done, will be to arrest as a vagrant every piefosstonal and known tbkf foind in the streets, rad let him do tbe State some servil» on the chain gang. This will drive othen away, rad secure the aofety of tbe citizens. If** OseSystes. Htv Itels Rabter WarHwsti, ■«. 91 Beat F«wia «1.. Sat. Hals Wijmuaof JioaaethlBg Bbont Teas. The old and well-known stand on tbe corner of Seventh and Walnut, formerly occupied by Meesrr Moora A Chester, haa long been a popular resort of the lovers of pure snd unadulterated Teas.. Siooe H was taken by our enterprising fellow ctti-ara, Mr. George H. Bronaon, it baa been kept folly up to ite originalwtmdard of mcceileoce, rad its pro. prietor haa been Joatly celebrated for keeping one of the largest and finest ooUectiona of Tese to be found in theMty. Mr. B. haa now Jast returned from New York with from two to three hundred chests of Tea, of every variety. His large ezpsrienoe and long acquaint-race with Us buflfneai, have raabled him to,preeent to kia enafeomen oos of tbe largest rad best assortments of Teas ever brougfat to tiie Cincinnati mar-keL His eztenaive arrangements withtiis whole-sals Importers and dealers in tbe B«st trill enable him io seli Teas at the lowest market price, and to be a aaocesaful competitor of the down town nmr-ehante. To our country friends we wonld decidedly recommend Mr. B.’s store, oonfideut that hie arrange-menta are aach aa sriil give them perfoot satisfaction. His steuk oompriass some fifty or sixty vsrietiss Another Destractlre Fire—Four Bnsiness Houses In Flames. Last evening a dense smoke was seen issoingfrom the front cellar of Henry C. Morton’s Bookstore on Main street near Third. The alarm was given, and the engines soon repaired to the soence, but the doors were fostened, rad the firemen could not for some time get at the fire, rad a good deal of water was thrown in at the windows of the upper stotiss. soon after, tbe whole houe was filled with smoke, and the fire broke forth in front and rear with foarfnl foroe, and tbe whole hoBte waa wrapped in fiamas and totally destroyed. The flames next extended to the Fall City stovo rad riieet iron store of McDmmott, Clifford A Co., on tbe West, Casaedsy A Hopkins, China and qneens-ware store on tbe East, snd the extensive warehouse of Wallace, Litbgow A Co., on the coroer of Third and Main streets. Tbs latter was saved, though their stocks were much damaged by water and removal to the etreeta. The loes of Mr. Morton mast be very Urge. His stock of books was one of tba moet complete and valuable ia tbo city, embracisg every variety and oiaes of worka. Coocsming hie inaurraoe we are not advised, but it could not have folly covered tbe goods in store, valned at least at $30,000. Such was the density of tbe smoke whea tbe opper store-room was opened, tbat it was impomible to save the safe cootaioing tbe aocoont books, papers, Ac., and we presume that they were altoratoer consumed, from tbetieficiency in ita constraouou. üsmB BKOMUBB AM9 VABKB.~-/wt . JT ««. •• latteMattf Sm Fr«acS Hftgtei. «Miártele*Ftatoee a««m 0«r« BeeBnres, t «Htpt T—r«. CtetetahtmA. «te. tavfiáh «« tavlte tte «rt«Mi«« k «>“ ¿talM BAKRB A TOHFBFI-•«■a    F«ertli    eweet,    W««t    e*    W«l»et. « ta (h« Stinir «I «teteSta ^aSta.«i « tah ««VtateM «Mta eetStew «te BataHylaa feMiitataS.—.tewwig It. at ta mtmrn' ■ IIL» BAM    ^ ST.s.’íí/íííftGr «( vten>S«m- * teHHB Btetatatar——M««>o«r •«**■ miBm* ta vast «T ««eh ■« ftata azFattarVa. that ttejr tralj ar«, wtMt lta**aMFra«t“ -    BBIBTOL    ACO. tatatal.t ICtite a _    -    th« .«•tteah vr«ta«Mt. Oa . cs«i >hy H I..M. ralteta Wllaht Mr*. Ita««r«ta Win ».tetetetoM« I OhMttetai Mhlle. taS?iiS«Sf3r»y tate. «T t<a«r«at ha«««tM«*lla‘«, ««T «•«•«• Mata. Ata«a« «thy. I J Mte ta iha ar« •* Hr. a«tar«l'A l>r»«»fit; that af r a Bate A Oa.. tr«a MWtetnta «te Atate«r«: thta «T Mr ate •mM* tactor; ttet at Itewra. Ulrtate A _.    ate    vtM Mtataaal*, lh« • aktaaU raSMam rtatartawr. althoagS mmntmmém* hy t«« tatat coMhastihte wiy BtaM M« taltatar I mWMM •• «r ■o—rai te. TIWBkfSlfar yaail aO the tata «W. T A«r« tay that thiaaltetb* m wbh ««rah II- «r yalreaaseB of ehoioa taas, varying in price from forty oenta to one doUar and fifty erata par poaad. Among the namereua varieties we will mention his Imperial, at oue dollar, and his snperior Black Teas, from sixty oraU to one dollar per pound, aa Teas tbat will give ■attsfaction’to every lover of this delicious beverage Hk Jimglkh Breakfast Teas are also unsurpsased in their flavor, aad are the favorite breakfast tea of maay faatilka in tbe city. Having a perfect knowledge uf Teas rad their qualities, he has been enabled to procniw tbeee which are pare, nnadulterated and nnaurpamed ter fiarm, variety rad cheapoeas — la tbe retailing department, Mr. B. has tbe advan tage of a corps of amfetsata who are Mways ready to ctalige tbe pubhc, aad who ar#well known for their nxbauHy of manners and readiness to attend to the wants of hk eoatomers. The large crowds tbat are daily to ba found at hk store, srell evidence bk pop nlaritjr, and the exoeileuce of tbe articles be selis.— Onr readers aiaj always depend on tbe fact that all Teas kooght.ot Ma Bronson, will be all that he re-oommeode them to be. Hk atock of Green Teas we must also refer to, as they compose perhaps one of the largest sasorimenta in the city or in tbe west. Hk Gunpowder Tea from 75 oenta to one dollar, cannot be aurpaaaed by O. UtBAM. te.a'tejji. WASMNeiON MIEAN It C0.| BOiun HAXaaa xxn aaAixaa tH !«•■«« mm4 Itaytaea. Titkfii m deer tkm eTLeSiew. r. L. watvs riTM AM FBXPABED TO MAKS TO ORDEB VV tete«tataH««««ri.''kate aaa*B«fl«ra atthaahaat- atafleteautaTtetaT StatatavaraMatarMA AllFMtaMlB ««ta«r ««rtlfcBteMteemteeaHtaaaataltetaf eerkate sitat >«k«ntaliai rtaf tlirrht— ^ Ti r r «■ kaalte ««««rfawt af •«« a«f «m BkwAwCehttev «IB««a ta«arateheiK:-*«r«Id -I* ___.    W«Mla«taBteR«a»,hylteqa«rt tah.t--«f-..Mtte_^^tetata^ JOHN W WMbmmé ^«»€crs IUv« aay imported Oar frknds kt want of any article in hk line, can-tek do better than to purchase of him. Police Court. EualiH— was a shade brisker at tbe Police Court ytetefdey mU it hea recently been. Tbe aefnona flaed flM- dkordeyly eoodact were John DlSta^$2? CharltaMsrttn^i; Prank ^land $1; John Williams, mra,«); fSUm Green. 4l; and Henry    »2. Pat McDonnell was fined $6 f» aasanlting Edward persons fined for ebetmotío* the Mdewalta were Bardin A Jubnson, $2; John Bellangw, $2; D. Barrett. $2; lewla Dsybosh, $3; Stepton A McFarland. $5: Joslah Hisdon. $6. Margaret Riky waa acnt np 10 days for dronken- presame ■ e^eficl We deeply regret hesrin^ altogei lotioi that our friend L. Wood- bury Fisks, Eaq , lost bv U store, his entire wardrobe. destmctioa of Morton’s . library, and the valuable manuscript woik upon tanning, in tbe oompositkm of wbich he baa been engaged for many months. Mr. Fkke, it will be reooliected, k the anthor of a new method for manufiictnriog leather, and the treatiee destroyed last night, embodied bk emlnentfo instmo-tive and praotioal vkws on tbe suijeot. His loss in thk instance k a public calamity, since it will seriously retard the progrcssof ra inv intion that would have been of ancaicalable valne to tbe bueineas commnnityi The msnuscript volume of Mr. Fiske had just been completed rad be had about concluded arraogements for ite publication in an eastern city. We earnestly desire that tbk disaster may not dte-e-mrage our friend in the ptojecution ofhk enterprise. What bk great energy has already accumpliahed, can be with patient labor re-instated. Aboat 11 o’clock it was thought Casseday A Hopkins’ boase would be saved, as.their walk were very thick rad resisted the progress of the flAmes. Tbe cisterus ooutiguoos to the fire, as usual, were sx- baosted of water almost aasocii as the flamoMig- }carcd, and tbe engines were teken to other iies. Tbe extensive wholesale greoery house (ff Mar-sfaall Halbert waa in immineat danger, rad at times on fire. Hk goode were removed to tbe street ia a damaged ooadition.    " Only one accident occurred during the progresa of the fiie, and tbat was not of a fatal nature. Some time after the froql doors were open »d Mr. Prank Madden, pipe director of the American Eagle com-, went into tbe boase with the base, bat the tmoxe was so dense that it nearly suffocated him, rad be was taken out insensible. Dr. Bell was called in, and, by judicious applications, restored him. —[Loukvilie Courier, Wednesday. FOREIO-N INIiltiaENCE, Landing of the French and Eugllah, BATTLE OF ALMA. Battle of Kalantia, BOMBARDMEiST OF SEVASTOPOL., To the details of tbe taking of tbe Crimea, aa givrn by the telegraph, we add such further iaformat'cn as we fiud in tbe Enropean papers received by the late arrivals. On tbe 14tb and 16th of September, the allied troops landed at Old Fort, without any resiatance being offered by the R-jssisna. The honors of the day were cooreded te the Turks, five thousand of whom, together with a French and an English battalion, entered Eupatoni anoppoeed and planted tbe crescent on the walla of the town. The Mahometan Tartars in the neighborhood greeted the allies as de liverers, supplied them with provkions, aad offered their oo-operation. THE LANDING. On Sept. 13, tbe formidable squadron of the alliee *q' came in sight of the spot seleoteu for the Isnding ol Iheir I army. All tbe ships were drawn up in fines and extended a irontof nine miles. All eyes and telescopes wore turned toward tbe beach, but nota hostile uniform was visible. From the ship the invaders could see homesteads and villages lying peacefolly in the rays ot tbe autumn sun, and the inhabitants quietly pursning tbeir ordinary occupations. Hundreds ot cattle covered the fields, and the farm housea were surrounded by the evidences uf an abundant harvert in the shape of stacks of grain. Tbe inhabitants, in dreas and aspect, bore a resemblance to the better class of Bulgarian farmers. At 7 o’clock on tbe morning of tbe litb, most of tbe fleet were in tbeir assigned positioaa, and without any very great deviatiou from tba prescribed order, the ships drew up in line parallel to the beach, the French running close in shore below the cliffs ot the plattesn. A little after 7, a French Boat, contaisiog 15 or 16 men, pulled quietly to the beach, and landed her crew, wbu advanced a short dktauce and oommen-oed digging a hole. Presently tbe anxioas spectators from tbe ships saw a flag-staff raised, rad tbe tri-colur ton np. Immediately tbe French Admiral fired a gnu—bmita daabed out from every one of tbe French ships, rad in 22 minutes they had landed 6,000 men. Tbe Frencli were thus tbe first to take posseasioa of the Crimea, with a foroe of 24,OO0 men. Tbe Britkh, whose fate it seems to be to do everything clumaily—although, In the end, effectively— proceeded much I eas skilfully in their debarkation, and nearly bad Gen, Sir Geo. Brown captnréd before tbeir eves, by a picuoet of Coasaoka. it appev-•d be had been the flnt to land, and pushed on without sending videttes, although he had fortunata- took the precaution to bring « few soldiers with him. Tto Coeeacks,who bad besn dodging among the rocks, made a dash at him when wifbin a bon-died wds. pe general had to run, and was only aaved by a volley from the fnsileors, which brought tbe pursuers to a stand. The of the disembarkation wss eflbcted wlth-oot any incident worthy of notice. Bach officer cer-ried in his baver.rack 4 1-2 pounds of salt meat, and 4 1-2 ponnds of biscait, as nia ration for three days. BeaidM t^.ia, he oerried his great coat strapped around hk body, a wooden keg for water, a small ration of spirits, a change or two of linen, á forage cap, and, in mott instances, *    ~ .    ,    »    Colt’s    revolver.    Each private man carried tbe mme as the officers, and in addition, a portion of tbe mess cooking apparatus, firelock snd bayonet, cartouch-boz. and 60 ronnds of ball cartaidge. Thk infonnation we find contained In despatched from Lord Raglan, Marshal SL Arnaod, and th” Rritiah Amheesad jr in Turkey. Tba corresponden* of tbe London Chioniole also Mat a despatch, and states tbat the news waa received by tbe steamer Magellan. BATTLE OF KALANTAI. Priva’s telegrams, received from Yienna^tate tbat on the 22d,two daye after the battle of Alma, Prince Mencbikoff waa attacked by the allies in tbe Plain of Eakntai, on the Katc^. After a sangninary battle, which lasted some hoars, tbe RassisDS were totally defeated, and pursued to their entrencbmente before SsvastopoL CAPTURE OF SEYASTOPOL. Cool, t«t Accomhodatino .—A man by the name of Bahr, in Sebastian ooonty, Arkansas, says the Fayetteville Independent, was lately in very pecnliar oirennietanoes. While absent from home, b vagabond by the name ot Roce made tbe aoqnaiotanoe ot hhi family, and ao-tnally §o far transcended the bonds of propriety as to indnce Mrs. Bahr to consent to run away from her husband and co-habit with him. Accordingly be yoked np Babr’s oxen, loaded the cart with tbe effects about tbe honse, placed Mrs. Bahr and her two children on tbe top of them, and was just about to cry oat “git np Berry,” when Babr made his appearance. Ue had already heard of bis wife's anfaithfulness and came np weeping. “Oh, Polly Jane, Polly Jane, are you going to leave me, and take Bob and Sarinda?” Mrs. Babr answered not a word, bat the attention of Roee was drawn to the lamentations “What’s the matter, Mr. Bahr?” said Roee. “Polly and the children is going to ve separated from me,” responded Bahr. “No need of that, Mr. Bahr,—no need of that Gome and go with us; in fact, we need you to pack water and chop wood. Cheer np and come along. Don’t look at the dark side life, you’ll have a first-rate time. Git up Berry 1” FHt’L'a, t«rWate«t. j ^MMiHITriMB' LAMTKBJiB¿^ ^SSS'    F««rtk    «trata.    Wata    i W. H. Hardin was fined $10 rad sent to j^ for 24 hours, for beating Ann Netboaee,and Mrs. Hai aréta bieaoh of the for provekiag F. San Julian to MA06. WM fiOBd i2e Joaeph Baker waa fined $6 for fast driving. making obtairvationa of the foitiflcaUons of Reve and Mekingfuni. What WILL COMI Next—A letter from OtUtz, of Hepteinlier 21, in tbe Lloyd of Vienna mvs: “1 hire appears not to be any doubt that Omer Paoha in tends to strike a blow at ibe Rastiaus oonceiitrati d at IxmHlt. Ue will not, however, cummeoco his march on Bewarabfo until he bears of tbe capture of Sevastopol.” A letter has just been received from Park, in HH li; wbich is tbo fiiltowiug bigbly importaut iaformatioo: “1 learn tbat an attai-k upon Cronstadt ia aeriously contemplated, almost immadistely. General Nell, the general of engluesrs who dktingulabsd himaelt in tbe Btitio by the prominent part he took ia tbe dirai.tiou of tbs seige of Ikimaniuud, reported personally to tbe Emperor, that be believed the attark waa prActlcable this year. Tbia report baa been oom-munloated to the BngllNb Admirality, and 1 have reason to believe tbe movement of Admiral Parseval Deacbenea, already mentioned in a telegraphic daa-patcli, porteada a more serious entorpriae tbau a trulUras sacrifice of life at Bevel,” L< r 1 Pansonby, in a publiabed letter, speaks sa follows upon tbe future: fihsll we row beaitate to put an end forever, to tbe power of liussia to molest us in our interests in Asia? BbslI we give breathing time to Ruaaia to repeats ny of those acta which have produced tbk wai? Shall we now be counaeled to make a haff measure of a whole victory? Shall we neglect to do what la easy now, and risk tbe possible dknolon between us and our friends? I recommend the most decisive aud extensive action: tbe expnkioa of Rus sia from every spot where abe now bas power, aad which bas been obtained by foroe or fraud from tbe Turka or Persians, snd the restoration of tboee territories to tbeir former owners. 1 recommend tbk on tbe ground of policy; of sccnrity against tuture attacks of any sort from Russia; but I particularly recommend it as affording a guard against disputes between the European powers, by thus leaving nothing to be claimed or demanded by any one of them. AMUSEMENTS. Frankenatein’s Niagara.—Tbia OUKAT KXniUITlON PORTRAYING NIAGARA, Prom 200 PoInU of VUw, With «11 tha chftoxM tb*t liNTa ocoarrtS <lMryR9 (Aa iota n<N« Vaarf. and In all sna« uia, in aunahintand ealni; by (tiitriaa, au'iaui; In th* dark and ««fnl xrsndanr ofiba aiomiitatba aofl and inyalailuua baauty of mooahgbl, and by tk« brillian cy of«(r«nl fiio, Sc., Hxhlbttad «I Ifa* MELODEON HALL, OnTbtiivday, Prlday and Batiirdsr nlirhts, Oct. 19, 90 aad 91,an«on Halurday «neroeoe, at Ibrea o’tlviek. Tbe rtault ol« NINE YEARS STUDY OF The ‘‘Wonderful Region.” from th* basd of th* Rapid* «boat tba FtUa, to tbair quiatu* at l.a«ittd«D, It )iho«u. Doort open «t 7)< o’olcok; exhlbttloa b«(ÍM at 7)4-iilo Admwilon 90 oviita. ««19 St SINE’S GRAND GIFT CONCERT AT MECHANICS’ INSTITUTE HALL, Tueaday Kveafne, October 94, 1NB4 $700 in Valuable Prizd. TICKETS LIMITED TO TWELVE HUNDRED! L. D. SINE, YATOULD announea to tha olUrent af OiDcianatl tbatka VV «rill (iv* « Urtiid Olit Concert ■« *1h>v«. 1 (iva _ _    ^ Tbt MrTfea* ofMMtra. TOSfiO, TURJfRlt aadSHlLLIirO, are ri)K«i[«d for tbo occatlon, M«d«m« FAZIO, tba «rOl knoirn «ad pop,lar Vemllit, la «lao a g»c«d, «nd «rill ting a«T«r«l of bar UrorUa.plaoM. SrATH.—Espartero, like some of tbe European mouarchs, ia afraid of liberty, rad instead of ad-vauoing hk nation, he k “ trying back ” on the mU-erable arbitrary ayatem tbat baa already proved so he fears progrestion and ( fears progrestion and opposes it. IN THS NxOOTIATIONS It iS entire a failure. Nkw Elkmknt stated, on tbe authority uf tbe German Journal of Frankfort, tbat tbe Bngikh Cabinet bas foought forward an overture to revise tbe protocol of Luudun, relative to tbe DauUh sucoession, and that tbk new element will rorman important part in the future negotiations for peace. Francx and Enoland dsmand an Explana* TION FHOX THB Unitkd Statks.—The Park correspondent of tbe OHually well-iuformed ludepen-deuce Bjlge, under date Sept, 28, says: “There ia “ra on dtt here respecting a joint note sent by “France and England to tbe Cabinet of Washing-“ton, requiring explanation of tbe engagementa en-“tered into between tbe United Btatea and Russia, “especially with respect to the nature and condl-“tiona of an acquisition said to be made by tba “Government of tbe United St ates, of Russian pos-“seasioos, sitoatad at tbe moot northern extremity of “America.” CHINA. Oarraapondanea of tLo Dally Natra. Hono Koko, Ang. 6,1854. A sad state of anarchy and disorder prevails not only at Canton bat througbout the entire Province of Buang-tung. Since tiie departure of the last mail every day tbas broaght tbe .most ugly rumors of the condition of tbe beaeiged city—for such Canton most BOW be considered. Enable to drive tb« rebels from Pat-ahan, tbe impertaJista have centralised Altar tlia (loocart. 4U beauki.ul Oifta «rill b» dUtrtbatad ta tba tlckat boldara. Among tbo Ultu «rill ba toond; Ona 6 ooUva Roiewoad Piano, «rorth.  .............$Sno On# beautiful Rom«rood Medlodoun, «rortfa  .......7S Ono Oold Levor Huutlog Watob, 18oar«ta flu#......... to In addition to tboaa th«r« «111 b« O^ld Watoboa,Oold COMin», Locketa, Nrc«»plna, Pent and Penctia, Ringt, A«..ta-getbar with aeveral volume* ofihe Poetloal Worka of Sir Wal-lov Beott, Lord Hvron, and Tbomaa Moore, all beautifully printed on Ooo white paper, aod booed In tbo boat atylo. aoon at tbe eatabllabment of Meetra. Mnrob A White, at w! Sou aef hey ware pnrehased.    ... Tbe Jewelry waa pnrehaaed at the wholesale bouaa of R. Olayton A Oo. Tbe Jewelry aad Bookt may be teen daring tbe day preoad-Ing and the «ay of tba Oonevrt, at tbe door oljhe ball, at ..ftieh tlmo anti place tie beta may be aacnred. alto be procured at the olHoe of the Rvana Lowar Market and bioadway ' aui) tdogle Mckota tl; 6 tickel* 95. tdogleMckotafl: ettckel* S6. Ticket holder» wko are abacnt will moat «rtth tbe aame at-taotion aa If they werepreaeut. Perron* living la town* and oltlea in dally ccmnionlcuUon with Cioeinnatl, who may de-aira Uokata, will plewM. adureas ttaalr ordar» ta L. U. Sin*, box ~ 398, Cluolnnatt, Uulo. Itoor* open at 8 o’cloak; Coneart to cemmtaio* at aquaitar Mi 7* For further partleulaea aee tmall bllle._oeTS    dtt Of Btal Katiue ou 8-------------- .    . l« o’clock, altuated on the north east comar of Broadway and Seventh atraiem. by Smith A Winter*^, Auc^nee^ra. 8^ be poaltivoand without rcterve to tbe bigbaet bidder, §o be baud tor bargalna    ^ WINTERS, Auctioneer’* Office. Vii.e street, below Sixth. themaelvM in Canton City, and diaaffecUon, pluuder rad rapine do tbeir work ail around. The ináurgeeta are now casting guu at Fat-Sben fur the purpose of attacking Canton in earaest; rad when they commence, tbe end k already anticipated—tbe fall of tbe place. In tbk belief almost everything valne has been removed from tbe city to tbe interior, or con-Vdjed hither and to Meoao. Onitars, Flutes, Violini, and Accordeons, At greatly rodnoed prlcee. Contemplating «<«« Important addiiRns to several branenee ot the Mu» e 'I'rade, 1 »ball^l my praavnt »tnek of tbe above named iaatrnmenta la^w they «an be »fforded by any other hoaae In the W«»t, My a» »ortn»«ut ooaprUea «vary style mana'aotured. Md 1* very choice. Call at No. M F oortb etrMt, uaxt ta Ko^rtt^A Mof-fet’» Dry Oowd» Houae. A Stranobr.—Tboee who are termed “ simple-minded people,” adopt a cariouslj innocent mode of ezpression ocoaeioiuilly, which comes 80 near art, at times, m to render its Bimplicity doabfetuL We heard of a young Thb bci*bctic vocal isbtkuct- OH. ftr ochjou, Olaaaes, AcadenUes, ot tor prl- ^^h«1ir»rirart contain* a practical coaraeof vccal instruction, fouudad on Um Poetaloastan or Indoctire married oonple, (from the country, of oouree) .....lUio    ------ who recently attended an exhibition of “ Dis-BolTing Views.” The bride, being pretty, at« traoted tbe attention of a styliah looking city gent, who happened to occupy tbe same seat with the twain. During tbe exhibition, the andience part of the hail being already ob» *^T^»«eood nart eootalo» a serla» of melodies wlOt snttabl* ords, carelnfiy barmouluad for two, three and ibnr aqual Toioea with an especial rclsrwicc to claas taachlnir ___ Any taaoher, besd of Seminary, or dealer, can have a spscl* men copy sent per mall. Oaa of poatage. by rwnluing us four- **^2g^ilce fOTsfiiglecopy,00 cento;91 pfr dossn, or SSI 96 ir hundred. Fcr sio* by all tba Booksellers and Music Dealsrs. PuTTuhedby    9,    O.    PBTBRS    A 80N0, ocl9    Comer    Fourth    snd    Wslnut    strseto.Oin. The proceedings at Sevastopol are given In vsrl* ous dkpetchM. One to the Emperor Nspoleon states tbst s French iitesmer coming out of tbe Bo«-phorus met another coming from the Crimea, which annonnced that she waa carrying to Constsntinople tbe intelligecoe of tbe capture of BevsatonoL Otb* er telegrams were received in Psiis from Bacbareet, ranoancing the same event. The dispatch from Vienna to tbe Turkish Minister, nsmea, as tbe sources of information, s Tartar courier who had arrived from Constantinople with dispatches for Omer Pa. cba. Tbe subatrare of the dkpatcbea ia. that on the 25th tbe allies attacked Sevastopol and captured it with tbe munitions of war. Five hours after the bombardment Fort Constantinople blew np. Ten thousand Rusaisns were buried in ita ruins. Prince Men-obikoir fled to Fort Alexander, where 18,000 Ros-•iaos snrrendered. Tbe allied fleets simultaneoasly destroyed tbe ontward harbor forta and vanEnaid of the Rusbian fleet. Prince Mencbikoff k reported to have nnconditionally surrendered on the 26th. The garrisoa, to wbich a free retreat, after laying down tbeir arms, was offered, preferred to remain as prisoners of wra. Prince Mencbikoff k said to have threatened to worn tbe whole town, nnleaa terms were granted to him. The Russian fleet wss alee in the posaeasion of the slliea, except six sail of the line, which were rank. Prince Mencbikoff had retii%d to the bottom of the bay with tbe remsialng vessels, declaring that be wonld bom them if tbe attack continued. Tbe al' lied commanders had given him six hoars to consider, inviting him, at tbe same time, to surrender for tbe sake ot humanity. It was during these aiz boars that the nesra waa sent off, but later reporta state that he aorrendered. A defeat so rapid and so overwhelming waa nn- :peoted, rad baa not met with ratire credence, ill the Russians themaeluea admit tiiat actions have taken place, and loss been sustained. By tbe Russian party at Vienna, the annonnce-meutof the capture of Sevastopol was considered premature, though it wss not doubted tbat tbe sians in tbe Crimea had met with a signal reverse. Thus, a dispatch dated Odessa, 25th ultimo, states tbst “several battles bad taken place in the Crimea, ia some of wbich the Brtilieiv of the fleets shared.’ tbat “Prince Mencbikoff had left tbe Alma and folien back towards the heights of tbe Katcha,’* tbat “be bad been joined by General Chomstoff ocmlng from Kertch, with6,000 foot and aregimeut of Cossacks,” and tbat “on tbe 2'2d there had beena batUe, thede-ckion of which wss expected on the 23d, and in which the Roasian loss had been considerable, one general and two colonels having been killed and Gen. Cbomatoff wounded.” It Is believed, however, that these Russian des*, patches from Odes«a only contain a portion of tbe trutii, and that tbeir real object is to conceal tbe magnitude of tbe e rents which they pretend to describe. We have heard of similar battles betore, the decision of which was postponed till the day afterwards, and we believe it has invariably been found on such occasiona tuat the Kusaians bad been signally defeated on the first day. oocapied some little time, the city gentleman, ]wrhap9 accidentally, pressed the hand of tbe tiride, who was too much alarmed to offer any resistance. This bold act was followed by a bolder, and certainly not accidental one, for the city Lothario absolutely kissed the bride 1 This was too much, aod tbe wife resolved to tell her husband, when the following'whispered colloquy took place: “John!” “ What ?•’ “ This feller’s kissing me.” “ Well, tell him to quit ” “No, John—you tell him.” “ Tell him yourself.” “ No, John, 1 don’t like to; you tell him—the gentleman’s a perfect stranger to me.*’ Our iuformant did not know whether the city gentleman ultimately reoeived a “ notice to qnft ” or not; but was under tbe impression that the unlawful salutes were repeated several times before the lamps were re-lighted. ^PxcuiriABT —Money Is Jnst now hard ta x«t and very oncaitain when got; bat tbs InniA Robbbs and FxBcr OooM sold Bt Babt a Uiobox’s sstablishment, N« 20 Ras^ Fourth street, are aa nnsnrpasaaMe ia qnsllty as tbsy ara cheap In prie«. Try them and see. THE NEWS OF THE VICTORY. When tbe news reacbeJ Constantinople, it was or dered tbat tbe city should be illuminated for ten days. Usrseillea wss iilaminated as soon as the news reached that post. (Jn reaching Bologne the dispatch was taken to tbe Emp€ror,who was review* ing.tbe troops. Hsviog read it, he aaid quietly to bis Uenerak. “Sevastopol est prise,” Sevastopol k taken, The announcement was briefly made by tbe Emperor himself, to tho army, and was received with cheers. In England the church bells were rung, and flags displayed in tbe towns; in London the lx>rd Mayor and the city authorities made a formal proclamation of the event, at tbe Royal Ex» ctaange, to which tbe citizena were summoned by tbe sound of tbe trumpet. Three cheers were given for Queen Victoria, and three for the Emperor Napoleon. On the 19tb tbe allies marched, and tbe next day found the enemy posted on the heights above the river Alma, prepared to stop tbeir further progreas. Tbe woody raviue through which the river runs studded with houses, and having very steep blopes on tbe left bank, was occupied by tbe enemy la great force. These slopes were strongly entrenched, rad covered by a powerful artillery. The allied armies attacked those difficult positions, a battle ensoed which lasted four hours, which ended in tbe passage of the river being forcod. and the Russians repulsed scared, by some accident the light was entirely extinguished. Pending its recovery, which ptored Ftouo Stools. of and sUgant pattora—a combloatloB of »^n! xnd wood—rtoloK by ineaus of a slide Instead ^    .    .. a screw, and are claimed by the pstantee to b« both and toss Hablo to gtt oat of order than the A porUon of tho*e recelTed are of very elegant ftntohand hl(h.y otnamanud.    ^    NIXON. Plano Hall. No.7«« Fourth su. near Ytao. urally feola deeira to know and should know whore the luxe-nulty and mechanical shlU of so proeparous a^us^lo. Mr. HaUst was th* builder for maoy years of Mr. ttUker-Ing’s Orand Ptonos. 81n;e ho has been oounected with Mr. D**l», he ba* perfticted tbe Instrument to that «tent that haa ns-er \>*«n reached hr any other builoer. He Justly d^res his graat repntation, ter bis seal and Indtmtry are ef t^ Um srUsUe stomp, mad* effeetire by the bigbest practical skill and iLgenulty. Tbat Ibe Flncinnatt public may knowM what M bai p«:feoi«d Pizuo* I hsv« ordered one of Hai- CITY TRADB. AS^CsxMca.—Whon we first purchased onr Tax* and Oao BBixs at Ttsob’s, comer of Filth and Westorn Row, we were moat impraasad with tba obliging attandaaco, but after tasting onr parchases «ra only thought how exoellont and ohsap tkoy wore, and cousequaatly wo ad rise all out triends to gltro Xtsom’s store a trial. 9-Ibdixha Momkt—If you hare any Indiana monej don’t got Into a panic, but go to Fxbjiswobth’s Dxoobbbe IX* QaUery, at tbs N. W. cornor ot Fitih and Vinsstrooto We doa’t know that be wiU take It, bat if ho does he «riU hw nlsh you Ukenesre* that cannot bo surpassed In tbe city fo<^ r«ll*f( tone and finish. 9*aooD Taisas.—Good cnrrancv 1» scarce, bat good Tbx to acarear: aad such Tax as is sold at tha City Tea Store, No. IM Fitth street, is so fragrant and finely flarered that it oaa be rarely eqnallad and not surpassed in tbe city- People who lov« fine Txx go to this store, which is kept by Mr Pbbbt. ^No PxBlo.—Money fluctuates in Tslne, especially in th'se seasons ot panic; but such Dxt Goods as are sold by UxiRB A Ndobbt, No. 280 Western Bow, are taway* worth thalr cost as they ara among tbo beat,fiaoat andeboapeat In tbs city. Call aod see thmi. TRAVELING FACILITIES The enemy numbered from 45,000 to 50,000 infontry, driven bock by the bayoneL A few prkt- snd were < ners, incladiog two general officers, rad also, two Tl “    '    ■ funa were taken. The English state their loss at ,400 killed snd wounded, and the Franch General Au exchange mentiona hearing an addreu from Miss Susan B. Anthony, of Rooheater, one of the “strong-minded” women. “She made some good hits, but not a very atrong case, and tipped over all her arguments for woman’s in* dependenoo of tbe other sex by passing a man’s hat to take np a eoUeoUon.” estimates bis loas,at prtcisely the aameniunber. making a total of 2,800, Tho Hi ’    »    . uasian losses are stated to be much greater. Three batteries were stormed. Three Bngikh steamrai protected the passage of the river from the sea. The railway trains leave this city daily as follows: Limm «xn kxilsoxo. Psss«ng«r trains leava on the Littto Miami Railroad ter Oe Iambus, Zansarilla. Orastltao, Ptttobnrs, daveland, Buffalo and the Bastara eittos, at S a ra, 7 60a aa and 6pm. To ob tain the benefit of the rsduced (isro to Buffalo, passengers must take the 7 60 a m train. Sprlugfiald, Delawxre, Shelby, Sandusky city and Detroit, at 6 a m. Morrow and Lancaster at 7 63 a m, and 3 06 a a. HUUboro’ and Obillioothe at 7 60 a m, and 6 pm. TbeS a m train. Is the ‘Lightning;’ 7 60 a m train the ‘Steam boat Exprés*;' the3 06 pm train the ‘Aoeommodatlon;’and the 6pm train the ‘Mail.’ All trains, except the aeoommo datlou, carry mails. A train for Columba* leaves on Sunday at 2)á p m. CIXCIXXXTI, HXMILTOSr XKD DXTTOW BX1I.WXT. Passenger trains leave on tbe Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railway for Eaton, Richmond, Indianapolis, Hager oirn and New Castle at 6 SO a m, and 4 pm. Terra Haote aud Chicago at 8 30 a m. Delphoe,Toledo, Sandusky, Buffalo and the Bastarn eltlee at 8 20a m. Dayton, Troy and Pique at 2 16 p m. Dayton, at 4 pm. Uteendale and Hamilton at 6 20 p m. onio XX D MiBsissiPri bxiiaoxd. Passimirnr trains leave on the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad tor LontaviUe and way staUons at 7 16 a m, and3 If p m. Madison at 7 15 a m, Indianapolis at 7 16 a m, and 3 16 p m. Terre Haute and Chicago at 7 16 a m. The 7 43 a mils the 'Indianapolis KxtwesB,* and carries the mall. No Sunday trains. COVlXaTOMXMO LBXIXOTOX RXIUtOXO. Open ta Paris, 80 miles. Passenger trains leave on this road for the tormtnns at 7 m and 2 40 p m. Tho morninc train oonnects witii the Mays ▼ill* and Lexington Railroad at Paris, which enables paseen ger* to arrive In Lexlnptoti at I o’clock. THE BALTIC. Tbe English Qoveramen’ have sent instrnctiona to Sir Charlsa Naskr, to m> ke an attempt upon Oron-stadt, if not provented by the k». Hs has bssn r ruiiu r ionli; rbbls White Fish and Trent, doi^d h’f do Mackerel; lOUarfoe Salmon; 60    “    Bar Herring; 60 V do Baltimore Shsd, fpdroma printaOod Fra, oa hand and for sslcio DnM    BOSBA    A    FRASER. Tho Piano Olid Melodoon a e bo h snUrely n^, sud Tloketo may Hotel, eoruer of Tlokota poslUvely limitad to PIANOS AND MUSIC. TO CAPITALISTS, OUB ATTKNTIOM 1» reraoctfally called to tho saf* UXJB» AX X asr. ■ ”,i;,aOAfMOBNlNU next. Oct *1. octI9 3t ocl9 DATKUAX. COLUMBIAN STEAm JOB PRIIVTINO E8TBLI8HMENT. conuiisixn scildimo, map btxbst, sst, wxuivt a vtmi. FMSHE PROPRIBTOR af |H« OoLCnaixK would Intern Um M. publle that ha has cetabliahod In connection with his pm-per fleiMU-tmeat, m MOOK AMD JOB MAíMT/MO completo In *11 ito arronfemonts. snd of an extant that «rill anablo tbo office ta meet all requleitloa that may b« mate «p«a tt «ritb the n'mostdispatch. TRB MATERIALS ABE EVTIBBLT WTW, saleetad with groat oara, aad of tho latest and most anpr«v«d sly 1*. The best of workmen «r« om^yed, end the offi-« pro-pared to exoeuto every desertpiton of Book, Job and Oziiamental Printing, In a s«p«ilor maanor and with the ntmoet dispatch. THE POSTING DEPARTMENTe of tbts oOleo is tutortor ta none ia tbe elty. ana eomnrtoeaa ta assprtmsDt of tb« finest and lataat speelman* ot the larg* ptala And OrOMRIgQ tol WOOD TYPE maaulktnrad. Tb««fÍMl« th«r*tor« prepared to print Every Beseription of Poiting Billf, at theshortast notice, and eo the most rcaeonsbl- torms. SOSrPartteulnr sttenUon gtvea to tba oxe«atto« of RAUa .OaD I road printing of every kind. Hsvlsg In use the latmt Improved STEAM MAOnim PERSakR, we are enabled to 611 tbe Ihrgeet orders at tho short**! notice, with su ss-arane* th-tthe rxaeuttae wtll be both tn style and price, satlsfsetory te ell e He ma* be'dispee* ise the CkilnmMaii Job Krtnll«r OStoe. CHARLkai N. MORRIS, SupU THE BOOK TRADE. GENERAL MAP BSTABIiISHMENT, No. 9 Colleae HsU, Wnlant mtromt, dnetaMtL Ohto MKNOKNUAUL, MAP. HOOK AND PBINT JEJ« seller, ho* eonstently oa hand Guide Boobs or all kinds. School Apparatus, Outl<n* Maes, Atlaasea aad Gaaot teers. Geological, Aoatomicel aad Astronomieal Cherts, aioben, Mioro-icopca, Drasring Instramenta, Ae. aepSS ly-btlaw New Medical Books At the Fourth street Bookstore. IN AOJDITION TO A FtTL.1. SUPPE.T OW tbs cvxHDxRD Tbxt Books n.«d in the varfci«a Medloal UlANO STOOlA8.~W#h8V8jR8tre-. coived 8 fow dosflfi of Vrr Hc8¡^a 8 Uoll**i|es in ths eiir, w bovo the followiow rec8»t ímom: KOLLIKEft’S MICROSCOPICAL ANAT# OMT. 81 eograrirMni. Ivel.; 8ve.. sheep. RICHARDSON’S (of Louiaville,) HUMAN AKAToMY. ItoL, 8re; sheep. DR. drake's (a«oond Series,) DISEASES OP THE INTERIOR VALLKT OF NORTH AMKRIUA. 1vol. 8vo. PARKER ON SYCPHILITIC DISEASES. Ivol. 8vo. WILSON ON SYPHILIS. Colored pUtM. Ivol. 8vo.    _ MEIGS ON DISEASES OP THE UTERUS, Colored «latee. Ivo). 8va. WARRINGTON’S OBSTETRIC CATE. CHISM. Ivol. Iftno. REGNAULA’S CHEMISTRY. 2vo1a, 8fo, “‘^ICHSEN'S SYSTEM OP SURGERY ^'IpAGET’S^URGICAL PATHOLOGY. Ivol ®^¥igSoT’S DENTAL CHEMISTRY AND METTAtVUT. 8vo.. sheep. OWEN ON THE SKELETON OP TBE TBRTH. Ivol 12BU0. LAROCHE ON PUEUMONIA AND ITS CONNECTION WITH AUTUMNAL FETEBS. Ivol} 12 octl9 BENNETT ON PULMONARY TORERCU- LOS]0. Ivol Svo. HUGHES ON AUSCULTATION AND PBRCCSSION Ivol.    ^ SKODA ON AÜSCÜLATICÍií AND PEE- CUSBION. Ivol THOMPSON’S ENLARGED EDITION OP EI.Lia> mmdigal FOBHULJS. Sallet, Davis & Co's. JI^IAKIGH FOR IMft.—Tho sub^bers invite attan- trlring various style* and aiaao, «dented etthsr t«r th* opant* UK room, the study table, or tho p^clrei, consisting^of:— CLAYTON’S LARGE QUARTO DIARY Iri, DaoU 4- Co'». Orand». which will be on exhibition at my Warerooms    AX,    No.60    Fourth strsgt. ocl9 Next to Roberts aod Moffer’s Dry Good’s Honse. KS7H nave auded some very superior low JfW prUod Plxno Fortes to our extensive: CLAYTON’S OCTAVO DIARY, (three rises;) CLAYTON’S MINIATURE DIARY; CLAYTON’S POCKET DIARY; DAILY REMEBÍBERANCE, (blank date.) For tho rroords at business afftlrs, memerandnma ofen* gagements, or events, or for tbe use of profF*»ioasl mea: etther a* « de'ril of bhainese or obeorvation, they wi'l bf feund hlsh-ly nsetul, os they contain sufficient *pae« under such daw tor full and completa memoranda. For travelers and ««urtot. and valuable stock, during the psst weA. Reosember our new Wsreroom. U No. 7» West Fourth street, near Ymc. wh^ will ab way* ba found Ibe most deslrablo inatrumests, rannfb^rM In Boston and New York—varying in price, from SEW to •    COLBUB1Í A FIELD, 78 West Fourth street, near Ylna. ^CCORDKOWS AMI> i». We have unqueetionably the largest Stock ud assortment ef Acoordoons and Flutiuas iV*** and of onr own imoortation; coBseqoenar. ^ and win eeU at less prices than aay other establiahmeot at whoWe^rriall.    cOLBURN    A    FIELD. 78 West Fourth street. oel8      Pmtth    A    Nixon’s    Bulldtox. piAAOHL íBW? FUtt t URIdTltAri ANiO _ REW YhABS’ GIFTS I—‘Kememberl that Plano you promised to iriv« me for a| Ohristmaaaud New Year*’ gift, and Pa. I want one of Ughto. Newton A Bradbury;» Pianos, for they are the beat in the world, ’’ W* are sole agents for these Pianos in this city, as well as Gilbert, of Boston, Kenaya A Peterson, of Buffalo, aad other good makers. W* will sell Pianos f <r cash In hand, from tbia Urns nutll tbs 1st of January, at price, bmow all    ^ 74 West Poarth street, oclS    Tbs largest Plano aad Melodoon dealers In Oin’tL SIAN08 for Bent—New and secoi^-hand. 9 S1 if I 1^'wóhív‘J'au immense stock tf Nowimdj tU-hand PUno» lh»i we will rent, and l8tthe| rti&t apply on tha purchase. If bought. No^ othar house In this city can offar tha induce-mmtu that w. will for cash.    ^ 74 West Fourth strsaS, ocl4    Tho largest Piano Dtalers tu O Ineinnati. MKI.09B0NS1 F08ITIVBI.Y THK BReT !! -Wq have at least three 9 9 k ii!/ Umes tbo largest stock of Melodeons in thlsl city and no oue who examine* Bishop A) Child’s Melodeons. but say they are tbe best. We sell lower for cash .ban an, 74 West FouHh sUort, oelS    The    largest Piano Dealers iu OinclnuaU. •^I^K HAVE JUST BBCKIVED ABOy^ON^B ww TH OUB AND piece* of new Musi^ bom the, first publi.hing hou>-o* in Now York, s**.^ Wtofli*’    '“colBuk" A fTkLD; Fourth street. PIANO FORTES. HVYí'SS.iíí.s.Tü:! k:.' í i-isart ax I would most respecifuUy recommed friend* aud rustomors who are In pursuit ol»u fj f |    || parior lnstrum«*nts, to call on Mi** Trnax, Ne. G) West Fo«rth street,and examine t^ao mide hr Mmt^ liaKet, n.vls A Co.. ol Boston, which I am coafldent wUl be found equal to any Plano manufactured In rte U^. qcJ2    _W. H. UAKWKq, This i>ay opekei>,okk of Ohlckering’s splendid Orand _,    Pianos, which we wish'^ have exsmin^. OOLBÜKN A FIELD. . Piano and Music llealers, 78 West Fourth street. oc9 HAL.UET «Sí CUMSTON*S PIANOS.— The suoscrtbors iuvitetfaeat tention ot purchasers to their fine selection o these JuBiljr celebrated Boston lustroments. Mr. Uallet. the senior partner, has been” — - -manufacturing for twenty-Uiroe years, and is the original and oldest manufacturer ef that name, iu Boston. A visit to our rooms will convince all that he Is also unqnestioaably the bast. SMITH A NIXON. ocl8    Piano    Hall,    76*,    Fourth    stroat. PIANO FOR. RBW.—We have a fine, Rosowood Plano left with os tor rent. oell SMITH A NIXON. 76J4 West Fourth street. M. BALLHAUSE & CO., MXHIirXOTURBRS. IMPORTERS XKD DKXLEBS IK Musical Instrument-, No. 120 VFalnut St., Kast side, bat. Sd and 4th, CINCINNATI, O., s^ Accordeons and all kinds of Musical InstrnmeaU neat ly repaired.    JanSi-ly. THB BEST STOCK or Sbookd-Hxko Pixkos la Use West. TToT For sale at No. fiOIWest Fo«toth straat. W D. A. TBUA X. Prices very Lrow. Jyl9-dAw Recently rece ved and for sale ^    __ MOORE. WILBTACH K^AOO., oct7 28 Wast Fourth street. Tsta Wholesale Dealers I School Books aod Staitoasry. tion to tbeir edition of Diaries for the eosuing year, com • either for reoordlng evestta of travel, er fet tbo genoial pur poao of a sketch book of obscrvatloa, they will prove ««11 adapted. fhe qnurto form has be«a adopted hv monv mereaatilo w t«r tho pnrpeao of a “nota record,’’ and by insvaaca Ksrs for noting expiratfoas of rliAs, tor whien It «rill b« firms officers    _ found methodically arranged. Th««« edltl«n* ar« prioted In handsom* styfo, oa enparfino paper, and boaad in dtffereBt kinds ef htadtng. «nlttng ««at-noss and strength. For sate by OF. BRADLEY A CO., ocU    1«7    Mala    straat. Fall Importatioiis. F|^HB61JB8CR.lBR«8bave oa band, and ero sew r«-  celviag the largest and most completa stock cf Pepler Maeba Goods;    Newmau's A 0>hora’a CMon; Cutlery, KngUsh A American; Leather Pert Moanaiaa; Rosewood writing D**ks; 8Uv*r do do; Fabor’* PenriU; Gopyli.g Presses; de Books; do Brushes; Conntinc-boaaa Inkstands; Rod and Carmin« Inks; Tissao Papers; EogUsb Motto Seals; Date Boxes; Wedding Bo Globes; Mathematical InatruxMttta; Gold Pous; Drawing Paper; Vis.tiM Cards: Back Gammon Boards; Paaey Knvefopee; Silver Card Oossa; Dreasiag Oaaas, ate, eta. 'edding Boxes. It bssheresoforebsmi difficult ter todies to flndaeomplota assortmoat of fittlan for tha Writing Desk, at any one estab-difficulty is now removed. By cooflnlog ^r-aelvaa «griusieeig ta t he Stationers’ Business, wa sue euablad llshmant. The i ta keep a much larger and better nock tbau ceu be found alaewlMra In the city.    C.    F.    BR    ADLKY    A    CO.. oclS     147    Msin    street. J^AVK YOU READ AINHAOBTU’S GREAT BOOK THESTAB CHAMBKRf u    . b-Jijr if JJ'I'SifSSB’a- -■“'-’íl'É’íiffS'cHAirBEB. VirsfSa CBAMBER. Everybody Is reading Alosworth’e STAR CHAMBER. The meet remarkable book of tbe day I*___ THE STAR chamber. A glorious Histoiieal Borraneels Ainsworth’s STAB CHAMBER. Tho most delightfnl story of the reaaoa Is THE SfAB CHAMBER. Rcftd    * THE STAR CH AMBER. Fifty cents will buy that wondertdl Romance, THE STAR CHAMBER. At No. 17 East Fonnh street yo« esn procuro THE STAB CHAMBER. au3l    H.    B.    PEARSON    AGO SXMXS XPPLleXTK, >    J X. H. rOhKSTOKO, sxMUML rucKUian, $    {johkb.    arxK. APPLEGATE * CO., & BookieUen, Pnbliahen 43 Main Street, Cincinnati. Stationer! Wo havo, in addition ta our own valuabta pnblieatloM. large stock ot the most deeimbla Books pubUshod Om School Stack embreees all books of merit used tn tha Waat. school Stac p^qeD BLANK BOOKS, Mannfoctured of the beet Lmea Paper, hi any alyl* dselrwd. All orders promptly executed. Th* Trad* sappltad on the most liberxl terms.    Oetl4 moved hie Book and Removal —The snbseribvr has Stationery Stock, from 199 Main street, to No. HE Kourtb street, south side; where he Intends to keep a gem essoriment of Family and Pocket Biblea: Common Prs sraraxs ■ SAswaaw w* a «anaasx^ raoaua a qra.m— APtmw. v/vaaasaesv and Hymu Books. Poetical Works. Histories, School Books. Agricultural Works, and a large assortment ot misoellaneoue Books; full and half bound Blank Books aud Memoratiduias; Cap, Letter, Noto and Billet Pepars; Envelopee; Roll aad Pocket Maps; Faocy Articles. Ac., Ac. On bandra’aupul> of Mrs. Stowe’s new Work—Sunny M««a-ories of Foreign Lsnds; Thoagb_U ^d Thlng^at home and abroad, by Bllbu Bnrritt; This. That and the Other, by Miss E L. Chandler: Meroea and Martyrs of tha Modora Miasloaa- ry Enterprise, Hogan’s Popery, Ac., Ae. aug2 A. WATSON. Maps—Roller, Pocket and Sheet Maps for sals, at 199 Main street between Fourth and Fifth, wholesale and retail by    WATSON, Agents Wanted. June 21 mjHW AND riFLBftiUlD UOUDM —Jnst opened XW large aud beautiful assortment ot rich Fancy Goode and Parlor Ornasnenis of our own importation, wkfoh «r« oSbr at such prices as cannot tell to suit all sucnprcee    BAKER A VON PHUL, Mpl9    No. 62 West Fourth 300,000 4.000 groes Steel Pens; 100 doe Gold Peoa; 600 dos Parte Monnales, etc., etc. Forsaleby __^    EGG    RES    A    CO.. oc7    f*f    Walntrt«troct, bet. Third and Fourth r FlOlfis AAU    UUUMM For Kant iu the Golumbian BuiMlnc. Thooa reoms at« fitted «kh every eonvenienee «nd to good tenants wUl b« ranted at modar-ata piiooa.

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