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THE DAILY," PRESS.
HKNHY HEED CO.,
Cincinnati Weekly Press
t"p'iibliihed thil morning, aid for sale at
the counter at three cents, single, In wrap
pet. We invite comparison 6f the Wskclt
Pints with aoy weekly paper published.
Subscription price, one dollar a year; twelve
copies for hint) dollar. Persons who will
get p a club of twelve will receive a copy
without charge. This offers an opportunity
for some in every village to supply themselvet
with au excellent family paper, at a very
The Restoration of the Hebrews.
The Socio ty for the melioiatio of the
Jews held an anniversary at New YotV last
week. After a long interval of neglect, the
Society again shows symptoms of renewing
the effort, and has collected about thirteen
thousand dollars during the past yenr of
which about ten thousand are in the treasury,
showing an excellent financial condition,
The labors of the Society are based on the
restoration of the Jews to the faror of God,
and to their own country, where they will
rebuild Jerusalem and the Temple In more
than their original splendor, and will renew
the glories which they enjoyed when they
were the chosen people of God. This resto
ration they hold to be clearly prophesied in
Scripture, and the labors of the Society are to
prepare the way and hasten the fulfilment of
A similar society exists in England, called
the Society for Converting the Jews, their
conversion to Christianity being regarded as
a condition precedent to their restoration;
slid beside fulfilling the Scriptures, the Chris
tina world has had an additional motive for
its interest in the conversion of these people,
in the universal impression that their resto
ration must precede the millennium. The
event is one which hat always had a deep
hold on the sympathies and imagination of
the Christian world. It is the romance of
religion if, with due reverence, we may be
ullowed to use the term. There .is noth
ing in history that makes so deep an lm
pression on the youthful mind as the
story of the Jews; their wonderful de
liverance from Egyptian slavery, their pro
tracted journeyings in the wilderness, fed
mid watered, guided and governed directly
from Heaven, their singular perversity in
making gods for themselves in the face of
all these exhibitions of divine power, their
courage and success in battle, often in the
face of tremendous odds, and often, as in the
siege of Jericho,' with weapons, which, but
for their sacred associations, would almost
excite a smile when compared with a siege
tram of modern artillery; the glories of Je
rusalem and of the Temple, the destruction
of these, and the downfall and exile of the
people, all deeply impress the youthful im
agination, and there are few who have enjoyed
the inestimable advantage of a religious
training, who, however indifferent to other
matters in the vast circuit of the world, which
New England family prayers often make,
have not responded mentally to the habitual
petition that God would hasten the time when
his own covenant people should be restored
to favor, and Jerusalem and the Temple
should again display His glory and power.
But the progress in preparing the way for
this fulfillment of the Scripture has been
almost inappreciable. In England, after a
vast expenditure ot money in the cause,
calculation was made, based on the average
cost of conversions, showing that it was
financial impossibility, even if the end would
justify such an outlay. If that is the case in
England where millions of pounds sterling
huve been expended, the prospect certainly
ceems discouraging in this country, where
collections for this work amount to only
thirteen thousand dollars, of which ten
thousand are in the treasury of the Society.
It is supposed by those who have interested
themselves in this subject, to be twenty
five' hundred years since the prophesies
were made which foretold the total disper
sion for a season, and the eventual restoration
of the Hebrews; and althongh during that
time there hare frequently been indications
which convinced many devout people that
the end of (be world was at hand, and elabor.
ate preparations have in some cases been
made for that event, yet there have been no
signs of the return of the Jews to their
promised land. On the contrary, some things
which were supposed to indicate an instinc
tive desire on their part to return, have
proved to be mere theories of those who were
impatient for the fulfillment of the Scriptures.
It used to be believed that the Hebrews never
settled on farms, and that they refused
make investments in Teal estate or in any
permanent way, and it was argued that they
held their funds constantly in convertible
securities, so as to be always ready to trans
fer them to the rebuilding of their ancient
city. But their Increasing acquisitions
houses and lands have been rather too mnch
for this theory. It is also periodically re
ported that the Kotbchilds are about with
drawing their great wealth from business and
investing it in re-building Jerusalem; but
hitherto the per cent, seems to have been re
garded S3 more desirable to those eminent
bankers, than fulfilling the Scriptures.
In the meantime, the Hebrews themselves
have demurred to this determination to re
store Jerusalem at the cost of exiling them
from their - native land.. A year or two
ago a convention of Jews 'was held
in Europe, , which declared that, they
did not look . to any restoration. .
regarded the laud of their birth as much
native to them as to any European, and exile
from it as mnch to be deprecated. It is not,
of course, to be admitted that the wishes
these people are to stand in the way of the
fulfillment of the Scriptures; but they
seriously, stand in the way of the human
means by which it is sought to assist that
end. Proposed exile will hardly make the
Hebrew more susceptible to conversion.
Under these discouraging prospects it may
be well to review the interpretations
wbioa the belief in this restoration is (bunded.
Since the prophesies which arc chiefly relied
upon were made, a destruction of Jeru
salem aad of the Tempi, aad carrying
of the whole people into Babyloni&h cap
tivity,, have , occurred; also a return
and rebuilding of the city and Temple. Some
circumstantial specifications of the prophesies
have not been fulfilled, as ws understand
them; but is it not more probable that this
owing to our imperfect interpretation, than
that ui restoration with ench condition ws w
usually connect with it is yet to occur? The
purpos, tut which that Hebrews ware cbostu
far the peculiar pccplc of God dm beca ac
JJU1M m. ,.1, -, -,
compllshed, and it Is doubtful if selection
of them now as the objects of His special pro
tection and favor above ether nations, would
promote His glory, and It is even doubtful if
the devout meet who constantly pray Tot the
restoration of the covenant people, would be
content to take the relative position which they
assigned to outside nations when they were the
boson people; yet what short of this would be
a restoration T A natural tide of emigration
toward Palestine, and the progressive Im
provement of the country, subject to Its nat
ural disadvantage! of soil, climate and com
mercial position, would seem too much like
the natural course of events to be regaried
as a special fulfillment of prophesy. When
this is taken Into consideration, with the
other difficult circumstances that the fulfill
ment of these prophesies according to the
common acceptation, has to meet, and the
fact that the Hebrews themselves would be
as reluctant as any other of our citizens, to
exile themselves to the rocks of Jerusalem, it
becomes worthy of serious consideration
whether we shall insist upon having another
fulfillment In order to satisfy our own In
terpretation of the Scriptures, or whether we
shall submit that the prophesies have estab
lished their inspiration by one fulfillment,
and thus permit the matter to be settled in
the way the Scriptures have settled it, and
much more to th happiness of the Hebrews
and of all other nations, than any way which
we can devise. '
This disposition of the matter will relieve
the Christian community from the unchris
tian uncharltableness of believing that their
Hebrew neighbors, who have all the quali
ties of good citizenship, and who in some re
spects seem especially favored by Providence,
arc under the special curse of God; a belief
which naturally excites in the devout mind
a zeal to carry out the divine will by execut
ing the curse speedily. It will hardly
be denied that, in fact, aside from their
exile from Palestine to countries in
every respect more desirable, which really
does not give them any anxiety
mind, the Hebrews are undergoing no other
curse than that of all humanity, except such
as has been humanly visited on them with
the idea of carrying out the will of Heaven;
and if the Christian mind leaves the imagin
ary hardship of not being exiled to Jerusalem,
out of the consideration, it may find in the
prosperity of these people, which is accntnu
lating in their hands the money capital of the
world, evidence that they are still a highly
favored, if not the favorite, people of God
Did it never strike you, Sir, or as
the case may be that by a moderate and ju
dicious expenditure in advertising, you could
enlarge your trade and turn new currents of
demand toward your establishment thereby
increasing your sales, giving your business
affairs unwonted vigor and firmness, and in
spiring you with new courage, and confidence
of success? . Such has been the case in thou
sands of instances; and there is no reason
why it may not be so in yours.
Outlay in advertising is an investment.
Like all other investments, it may be made
judiciously or injudiciously. When made
with a reasonable degree of judgment, a fair
return may be counted on with just as mnch
confidence as in any other business expendi
ture. It requires some courage and some
knowledge to do it right. Advertising, even
when rightly done, may not exhibit its effects
immediately, and therefore timid people are
prone to get frightened and pronounce against
it. They have made a poor, weak, intermit
tent trial, have not become suddenly rich
thereby, and are discouraged. They advise
their neighbors very disinterestedly,
course to do as they do, and let advertising
The matter of advertising is a good test
the faith of a business man of that quality
without which great successes are never
realized. Little successes require nothing
but assiduity, narrowness the instinct
avarice; great successes are won by courage,
steadiness, breadth of vision the capacity to
wait until they are fairly earned confidence
in the law of cause and effect as applied to all
human concerns. Advertising and reputa
tion in business hold toward each other the
relation of cause and effect; the one will in
variably produce the other. Advertising is,
therefore, one of the most legitimate of all
business investments, and no man has the
right, at this day to look upon it in any other
To know how to advertise is very much;
and the skill displayed by some is in curious
contrast with the ignorance of others. Many
select the vehicle for their advertisements
the light of their party prejudices forgetful
of the fact that a party journal must always
have a limited circulation. Men who thus
permit their business judgments to be swayed
will always suffer for it. They will deserve
but little return for their investments, and
will get no more than they deserve. In
choice of a vehicle, the question should
Which journal can give for the same money
the best and widest circulation? This
answered, and that part of the business
There is room for the display of skill
getting up an advertisement; and there
certain men in this city, who are artists
this respect; and who have made use of It
great advantage. They are not afraid to
for the frequent renewal of their advertise
ments, thereby giving them a freshness that
renders them attractive to the readers of
paper, and if tbey have a choice as to
style of typography in which they are to
it is in the display of good taste, and
avoidance of every thing glaring or meretri
cions. The public loves good taste and
terprise. It gets tired of seeing the same
thing month after month, and learns to
sociate slowness in the advertiser with nn-
cbangeableness in the advertisement.
Ws art saying these things for our own
benefit and that of onr eotemporaries.
business men of Cincinnati, at this time, seem
to be divided, in respect to advertising
two classes those who have heretofore
vertised largely, and are now enjoying
fruits of their enterprise, with as much trade
as they require; and those who are
narrow and timid to try the same expert
ment. There arc a few exceptions
planting the seed of future wealth and pros
perity by judicious and liberal advertising.
They are In numbers only a dozen or two,
But for them, our advertising mediums might
be discontinued, or given over exclusively
rival photographs and sewing-machines;
to tell melancholy troth, there are many
places of not one half the size of Cincinnati,
whose newspapers carry abroad the evidence
of business thrift, vigor and enterprise, in
much bigncr degree loan those of our greet,
beasts. Quasi. f the Wst
Tns dommercUl seems desirous to make a
speciality of the sayings and doings of ode
Geoage W. Biekley, wno ts spoaen oi as in
chief of society or order, who call them
selves "Knights of the Golden Cirdle," ;Ve
shall probably soon learn that our co tempo
rary has again signalized his enterprise, and
given fresh evidence or his metropolitan ru
pirations, by the creation of a BtcKLlY t)E-
PAHTMENT. ( . ' ,
' ' - . ' ' I
Ths great anxiety of thn British people to
comfort Bayers by receptions, money, tes
timonials, and assurances that he is the better
man, Indicates unmistakably their fears that
he has been beaten. Had he fairly and openly
won, there would have been none of that,
Failubb or Woolsm MxurACtoKiES. Mr,
Rice, of Massachusetts, in his speech on the
tariff, stated the following facts:
"The Bav State Mills of Massnchunetts
which cost over 12,000,00", were sold for
$500,000. The Middlesex Mills, fifty sets
machinery, cost over 11.000,000, were capital.
izea lor io,ooo. xne naiismiry aims, miy
sets of machinery, cost over fM,000,000, sold
for 225,00O. The New England Worsted
Company failed to pay its debts in full, and
Its nronertv was an entire iobs to Its stock
holders. The Hollistir Mills, near Ctica, Now
York, cost nearl50,ooo, sold for about 4B,
OOOt and so on with Mills at Watertown
(New York.) Dexter. (Maine.) Bnrliiiirton
(Vermont,) and other places. In fact, nn
amount eauai to me wnoie ontriniu invest
ment in woollen mills has already been sunk
In tee business. Dunn g t ne same period, auo,
under the tariff of 184ri, the manufactrue of
broadcloth in this country was entirely sus
pended, and so continues to this day."
Mrs. Toodi.m m Actual Line A Motiikr
AND DADUHTSa ArVLICTSD WITH AM AUCTION
Mania. A washerwoman and her daughter,
named Meekens. were recently arrested in
Pittsburg, Penn., on suspicion of being re
ceivers ot stolen goods, irom tue lact mat i
large quantity of all kinds of valuable House,
hold articles, silver-ware, costly shawls, Ac.
were found stowed away in boxes and barrels
on their premises. Their anoearance save
ample evidence of hard labor, the hands of
both being apparently as rough and hardened
as those of a man accustomed to the roughest
employment. The old woman, as well as her
daughter, is well known, and persons wh
know them best do not doubt their honesty
Like "Mrs. Toodles" in the play, they seem
to have manifested a sort of monomania to
purchase the most costly, but to them annar,
ently useless articles, paying therefor out of
tbeir nam earnings, ineoio woman say
she never passed an auction store that slv
did not purchase.
Novil Suit Against a Tiisaticai, Man
aoxr. A novel suit for damages, says a Par;
correspondent, has been brought against the
director ot the Vaudeville, by a resident ot tin
Ternes. It annears. from the formal com,
plaint, that the Ternes gentleman came down
town, one evening lost week, to witness a
representation of M. Octave Teuillet's new
nlay, la Tentation, now rnnnine at the Vau,
deviile. He bought a ticket for an orchestra
seat, But presently demanded his money Dock
as the house was full. The price of the seat
was immediately returned, but the disap
pointed gentleman from the Ternes claimed
an additional reimbursement of two and a
half francs, carriage hire from his residence
to the theater. This rather singular request
was not granted, and hence the suit, which
has not yet been decided.
Plsasant Rivklatiox. Some venrs
party of Cambridge philosophers under
took, for a scientific object, to penetrate into
the vasty depths of Wheal Fortune Mine.
1 he venerable froiessor a arash, who made
one of the number, used to relate with infi
nite gusto the following startling incident of
his visit : On his ascefrt in the ordinary man
ner, by means of the bucket, and with a
miner tor a fellow passenger, be perceived,
as he thought, certain unmistakable symp
toms of frailty in the rope. "How often do
you change your ropes, my good man I lie
inquired, when about half way from the bot
tom of the awful abyss. "We change them
every three months, sir," replied the man in
the bucket, "ana we snail cnange mis one to
morrow, f ass gel up ttye."
A Man Bkhcadkd in a Coal Minx. A
strange accident happened a few days ago at
the coal mine of Maribaye, ut Fleinulle
Grnnde, in Belgium. A man named Thiry
had got on a ladder to grease the rope used
in drawing up the wooden case called the
basket, when he lost his balance, and fell
down the shaft. When the basket, which
was ascending at the time, came to the sur
face in a tew minutes alter, it contained tho
body of the unfortunate man, but without
head, which, in the tun, coming ueamst the
sham edtre had been separated from the
trunk, and was afterward found at the bot
tom ot the Bhatt.
An Indolsnt Christian. A popular di
vine tells a (rood story, as a hit at that kind
of Christians who are too Indolent to pursue
the duties required of them by their f'uitb.
tie says that one dious trentlemon composed
a fervent Drawer to the Almiirhtv. wrote
out legibly, ana amxed the manuscript to the
oea-post. men, on com nignie, ue merely
pointed to the document, and with the words,
On, Lord, those are ray sentiments, ' he
blew out the light, and nestled amid the
Droll Dipinition or a Tory. Some ceil
tiemen were dining together at a bouse
Hew l ork, and in the course ot the conversa
tion one of the company frequently used the
word Tory: the gentleman at whose house
they dined, asked him, "Pray, Mr.
what is a Tory?" He replied, A torv iB
thing whose head is in England, and
body in America, ana its neck ouirMt to
A Woman Killsd by a Kiy. Last Satur
day the wife of a man named Mahon, resident
near the Marine Hospital, bt. noon, Luebec,
went up to her garret, and on tier return
missed her footing and fell head foremost
down the stairs. A key was in the lock
the door, and the unfortunate woman pitched
with all her weitrht upon this key, which
penetrated the bruin, causing instantaneous
Fobtunatr Risoub op a Romantically
Inhani Daughter. A Miss Kohlhamnier,
daughter of a wealthy citizen of Milwaukie,
Wis., through the wiles of a noted pickpocket
and the agency of ber father's servant
was induced to elope with the girl to meet
the pickpocket at Chicago, Illinois.
father followed and rescued his daughter
before she bad joined the pickpocket.
A Prisons E staph in his Wife's Attire
and is HaoAPTUBtD. Owen, convicted
Halifax County, Virginia, of robbery,
bean sentenced to seven years in the peniten
tiary. A day or two before his trial, his
visited him in prison, and he escaped in
attire, but got lost in the woods, and
recaptured the next morning, a few miles
from the jail.
A Lunatic Squeeiss a Sheripp Almost
Death. The Sheriff of Allen Uouuty, ind
come near betas killed, a day or two since,
by a lunatic whom be had in custody.
mad man got hold of him, and played
bear so effectually that he would have
squeezed the unlucky otticer to death if
bad not aaroiuy escapea.
A LoArsR-uiBFEagiR. A man. in Provi
dence. K. I- whose premises were much
fen ted with loafers, lately put up a sign
scribed, "Please notice the loafers in
around this doorway." The effect was
clear out the whole concern, and the loafing
persuasion are now very particular to avoid
the whole neignnotnooa
rvoimtvi HoapiTAL-iTY. Ths catibuts
the U. 8. Marine Hospital, New York,
eat immensely, or else tney are tea upon
humminir-birds tongues, elepnantr claws,
enri African lions' tender-loins. Ac. It
nttirlnv declared that in the year 1X56-67
I there were but eleven patients admitted,
the mil was ts,we vei
HAMILTON COUNTY DISTRICT COURT.
., Hull .... Jamrs Findlav. Action to
recover the amount of a note given, as freight
charges between Pattta re ana independence,
Missouri. Interest from M9 was also de
manded. It appeared the cane bad been tried
k - en.niuh Jiirv. and that their verdict was
set aside for informality. Verdict for plaintiff
. The jury were unnuio(io agree in mo ivuu
yan Will Case,- . " i ' -'importer
k Co. vt. Steamboat Allona. To re
cover dattlatrcs for the sinking of a barge,
larleu with brick, alleged xo iki caasou or u
nealieence of the oflicars in charge of the
miles below Wheeling, in IBM. The defenso
.loimfrt i w the collision was the fault of the
plaintiff's boat, that she had not a sufficient
ight, and had placed herself across tne current.
Pox k Harris for plaintiff; Lincoln for de
Humu No. 1 was not In session.
in unnm Vn 9. before Judire Hoadlev. the
Jury were unable to agree, in the case or
Swayne ri. Bitter and others, and were dis-
ch."rgd' .. .
in KOOtn I0. 3, J uugo npciicer auucuue
prepared to dispose of several casea, but
:ounsel not being present, no decisions
Death of a Genuine Heroine—A Truly Devoted
f T3aa ,.j,lahr,td fnv hpr bpatitv and
constancy, died lately at Hammersmith, Eng
land. Having met witn opposition in ner
engagement with Captain Charles Ross, she
followed him in men s clothes, where after
such a research and fatigue ns scarce any of
her sex could have undergone, sue louna nim
in the woodi lying lor dead, after a skirmish
with the Indians and with a poinard wound.
Harms studied surgery in cnginnu, sue,
with an ardor and vigilance which only such
a passion could inspire, saved his life by suck
ing his wound, the only expedient that could
have effected it at the crisis be was in, and
nursed him with scarce a covering but the
sky for the space of six weeks. During this
time she remained unsuspected by him hav
ing dyed her skin with lime and bark, and
keeping to a man's habit, still supported by
the transport of hearing his unceasing aspira
tions of love and regret for that dear, though
he then thought distant, object of his soul,
being charged by him with transmitting to
her, Lad the captain died, his remains, and
dying asservations of constancy and gratitude
for the unparalleled care and tenderness of
his nurse, the bearer of them; but recovering,
they removed into Philadelphia, where, as
Boon as she hod found a clergyman to join
her to him forever, she appeared as herself,
the priest accompanying her. They lived for
the space of four years in a fondness almost
ideal to the present age of corruption, and
that could only be interpreted by her de
clining health. The fatigue she had under
gone and the poison not properly expelled
which she had imbibed from his wound, un
dermined her constitution. The knowledge
he had of it, and piercing regret nt having
been the occasion, affecting him more sen
sibly, he died with a broken heart lost Spring
at Johnstown, in New York. She lived
return and implore forgiveness of her family,
whom she had distressed so long by their
ignorance of her destiny. She died in con
sequence of her great grief and alliiction
tue age oi twenty-six.
The Late Shah of Persia.
Ill addition to the facts already published,
we give the following particulars from the
London Exprem: "Niisiru'd- din Shah was
born in 1831, and was consequently in
twenty-ninth year. He whs the eldest son
Muhammad Snah, the eldest son of Abbas
Mirza, so well known for his partiality
the English, a priuce of the greatest promise,
whose death was truly the heaviest disaster
his country has for the lost half-century perienced.
Kasiru'd din was reputed to
the best snot ana best rider in his dominions,
and besides being in the flower of his age,
was of so vigorous constitution, that
length of his reiirn niiirlit well have been ex-
peuieu w equal luui ui ma greut-giuuuitibuer,
Path All bhah. Nomru'd din ascended
throne on the 4th of September, 1848: and
will be remembered thut a few years back
was near perishing by the hand of an
having been hadly wounded by
fanatic of the Bnbi sect. He leaves a
about eight yeurs old, who, we presume,
dc nis successor.
A Savan's Dream Yodth and Beacty
be Restored by Sciexce. A French savan
named Flnurens, a member of tho Academy,
has become enthusiastic over the idea
youth can be restored by a scientific process.
Putting together the two facts that bones
sometimes renewed by nature where their
membranous covering is left intact, and
animals are so cropped that they are made
grow lartre in tnose parts oi tne oouy
furnish the most valuable beef, as the loin
rump, lie inters that the body may be
piece by sicce, bone after bone,
muscle after muscle, and so be thorougly
uvcmited. by this operation rar. riourens
proposes to remedy bodily defects, and
bad forms, and ultimately very
prolong life. Hut nothing seems to be
about the repair of the internal organs.
man could not very well get along without
Ins old stomacn or liver, wnue new
Tub Latest Spanish Bon Mot. A
expressive mot is now current iu Madrid.
Omen etembra Dulees rscois Ortenae.
(lie who bows sweets shall reap nettles.)
tega, the name ot tne general wno aesertea
his post to join the Cariists, in the word
nettle: and the Dulce is the name or tne
oral who, while inspecto of cavalry,
Tied over his infill to 10111 ttlB insurrection
Viealvaro. of which 0 Donnell was the
The expression is true, and as stinging as
hero whose nume the unsuccesstut
Gkomitrical Descriptiom or A Woham
from the HiiB. (Joiiieftl, base euual
seven-tenths the axis lour vaulted,
equidistant on the planes of the sides-
truncated one nodule from theoretical
witu a warped surface placed diagonally
the parsbola of truncation, intersected by
quadrant of a sphere, and it sprain by irrcgu
lnr polygonal planes, of half the diameter
the sphere, sloping downward in tne angle
the cosine of tlie longitude of figure.
A Titled Marrjagk Banctionki). It
stated in a letter from Munich that the
Huge of Count Truni. younger brother of
KiuDrof the Two 8icihft8. -with the PrinceRa
Matilda, fourth daus-hter of the Duke
niilian, of Bavaria, and sistor of the
of Austria, has been ofliciully sanctioned
Ijy tlie King of NiiplrB. " ,
il a n K iLLicn by a V iciods Hobse. A
man, George McNutt, liring near Brookville,
Indiana, was killed or a horse oa Monday
last. He went into tne stable- to attend
the horse, when the animal, heretofore
-.l-.l .1- I , ,1
diucu cijr cllllo, uwnm. vuingcu. nuu
biting and pawing, so badly injured him
lie died in less uiau tour hours.
Jdht Grodnds fob a Ditoboi. Mrs.
SwiBsholm details the erievanees of her
ried life in a letter to the New York
Khe says that her husband was so mean
she had to wear one bonnet seven years.
this be true, Jane was right in learinj him.
Suicidi moil Excsbs or Pikty. A
roai resiuinir near faitnyra, feun.,
Fret'erick hnvder. recently committed
cide by hanging hiraselt' to u bed post in
own chamber. He was an excessively
man, but had for some time been desponding
on account oi nis peculiar Denei.
. I ' U '
DiHTHCsBiNa Railway Aowdbnt. A
of coal car ran olf the track of the
Haw-uiill Hun, near FitUburg, on the
inst., una lulling over ft uiga iruwei
killed three persons, and so severely wounded
five Otheri thtti it it UiOUgbt tomo of
CAD not recover. , i
J', Priuce Napoleon, cousin of the Emperor,
conteDipUtei a tout of tu United S tut,.
tht course of the com lug iummy WiiAt
chfcnoe fur igdiiml
ir,r 0f eonms,
National TniATn.u-Thta evening, set
apart fur the benefltof "Voene. America," th Rvli
will preerBt lbs Flnpmnal ant Blown, with a frMri
Mnalm bj the jnnnllc srodlsr-a Vary attractive
stosraSHM. V ' , .,
Wood'sTriatsr. This evening Mr. Rich
Insi and hta dohtr Oarria appear lath popular
romrdr of Bnnmm, altar which tha patriotic sal
la7 of WoWKupten will be repreaente.
, SpALDIKO A Room's Circus. By reference
to onr Annaeaiant column it will be mi that Braid
Lis A Bugcr'a M ammoth New Orloena Clrcw will ex
hibit here In about ten dajra. They praaenl iplcndld
Indtmaenta to meemeet-sws, ana wiu a raw
Piks's OrKRA-flooM Jtooiey ana liamp.
bell glre another of their aharacteriatloenlartala
n,nn at the Ooera-hotuie this evenlns. They alng
incly, and are really deaervlng ortneir
I 0fniiht be'fi.re hurt. Theky w
evfnins, with little Indication,
The Ohio opposite this point continues o
rrrt sradually, thowih tdy, and waa ymteWIar
V ..... n.; ,,,r. alna t in Od TUMlder. har-
ln fallen during the twenty -four liouni etiillng leal
iveDIni only ab'nt four Inchea, with Uy than nine
feet of cbaniw,dMlb betweea here and Ixml.yllle.
The cnnilltloa of the rlrer at the main pointa 111
bo found under onr telegraphic head, to which we
The weather yesterday waa imtcti lea warn thaa
onTuexlay, anq waa quiw pi... ...j.
however, 01 aaoiv
n.ln. in theT.andlnx wan a 1 ttle more act re
...,.i.v l,.n nnTiiradav. thonsh atlll dull, wnn
ilBht otlerinaa of frelshu ft all porta. Kataa an
Jtlfler, and have In mime inata.oee .lightly advanced
4nTi "JuKTrork i iXS&SirZSt iihti
"A;rll-Wh'lky,per brl., TV.; Clorer-soed, snr.t
r.V.-ll.'.vT Pound Kreilht. toe. per 100
tha i WhlKky and 011,6,'. per barrel; Btovea, EJc,
Ale, Hie. r barrel .
ivii'ni. w'hlakr and Oil. Mo. pur barrel; Pound
Freightf, 2.'. pr KiO poonda. .
JVef. OrUM.-Whl-ky and OlI.eM.l flour, 8c.i f o.
tat-a and Apple., UK.; Pork, . Bon In Jhde.
sue.: and other round r relsnin, per um
Keg Lard, ISc.j Horeee-110 per head. Machinery C
sr OarENTEA'a Twenty-Bve Cent Plotnree, in
caloa, at No. SU fifth-afreet.
- (2 SO Caaea for tl at OAarsNita's, No, 10
W" CaarKNTS commences to-day to give larger
and finer caaea for to canta, at No. JU i inh-street,
IWT Plcturca by ataam at Avplsoate's new mam,
moth Oollery, cornor of Fifth and Main. ,
esr ArrLiaATB's new Gallery, corner of Fifth and
Main, la the largest In the Weatern country.
ar Applioati's largo Twonty-nre Cent Pictures
In caace, at hla new Oallcry, cor. Fifth and Main.
aver Only twenty .Bve oenta for a sood oolored Pie.
ture, in caae, at Cowan's, M West vmh-atreet. tf
sySTPicTnars for ten centa. Johnson's Gallery,
Ninth and Main. '
S A. A. ErsTEB, Clocks, Watches and Jewelry,
Noa. 843 and 271 Wealern-row. '. - - '
ear ArrnaATS, corner of fifth and Main, Is tak
ing finer Picturea, at leaa pricea than any other
eitabliahment In the city.
nar- Applkuatk la ahead of all competition In fur
nishing fine Likenesses in beautiful cases at low
prices. Call and see, north-west corner of Fifth
and Main. ' . '
mw If yon want a good Picture, call at tha south
west corner of Bixth-atreet and Central-avenue.
Picturea taken and put in nice gilt frames for twenty-
Are cents i In cases for twenty oenta. Bring on the
babiiia you are sure to get a good likeness.
ar For cheap fancy cases, rilled with beautiful
Picturea, go to Cowax's, Mo. 33 West Fifth-street.
Ton will get them cheaper than in any other gallery
In the city. A list of pricea can be seen at the door.
Inatant, at Hamilton, Ohio, by Ber. Mr. Daviaon,
William A. Proctor, of Cincinnati, to Llnle Jackaon,
of the former place.
O'SIALLEY-RIOE On the 30th ultimo, at
O'Mulkiy, Esq., to Miaa Sarnh M. Bell, eldest daugh-
mce, csii., an oi mis ci.y-
ter of John .
A RONS Bunday, at half-paat four o'clock, P.
of croup, Bailie Lea, infant daughter of William
and Martha C. Arous, aged live months.
FArtN8WOrtTn-March31,at hla late residence,
in Quincy, Florida, Mr. .1. Delos Farnaworth, aon
J. Farnsworth, jr., of Madison, Indiana, In the
year of his ago. ,
BTim0U8-At the Clereland Water-Oure, Ohio,
May t, Dr. John J. Bturgua, one of the BruprUtUira
and phyalclana or the cure; ageu as yeara.
HEMEB8T. On Wednesday, at three o'clock P. M
of ciin.nniptlon, LKiuiaa U., daughter of Joseph
Hephaebeth Hemeasy, aged 30 years a U4tive
l ne irioniis oi rue lamuy are respaoiiuiiy invitra
attend the funeral from No. 520 John-street, at three
o'clock, Thursday, May 10, without further notice.
AMIC fit PR
nuDicrou friondi at the corner of Kim and C'onrt
rttieota. Mr. Uoyoulde dncUre himielf obliffltit
the gentlemen aad willing to be courteoud to
bulli-v. Mr. R. U ad old ctttsen, and aJtogether
wurtny oi our y pyP1'- m
are Hereby nottneo to afiona a
regular meetinir of your compttny In It
CTbureday) KVKNINOat 7H o'clock, cor
ner oi liace ana jjongworiu-fireeui. averr
nittmlitat- Im twrvMMpd Ut t on hsind. ait mat-
ten of apeofal importance are to be trtntMCted.
order of the Oluirnuin.
tnylo.a K. P. JENKINS, Secretary.
OI I and in a nhort time cttectujallr tmrnd.
head. Pi-.puredouly by... 80LO.N PALMKK,
f-aPAL.MKRS VEGETABLE COJ
vS MKT1C LOTION opuns the pores of
skin, and allows that to pasa off In lusouslble
sniratliin which would otherwise accumulate
the surface. It is the Kre at skin-purittor of the
Aearlv twelve yeara experience baa prored that
and other erupttoua of the face, tetter,
rioK-worm, erysipelas, and every other
uud other irritating disease of the skiu, are
imvcu ny a single application oi mis arcai remeoy.
No. 3 H West Fourth-street. Cincinnati.
Ana lor sale bj
iy druggist gonerully throughout
I, Hay A.)
Hkajmivaktem TrliaD BaiOADK,
9 UIT U1V1BION U. V .
.(.rrr Ala on n Kit no.
CI NT ATI hAliONAL ARTILLKKi, 0. V. M.,
aro herehy direoted to meet at their Armory,
outli-wOHt corner of Kuce and Long wort h-Hti-eute,
on TUK8UAY, the IMh day of May, i860, between
the hoiini of 10 n'cluclc A. M. nd 2 P. M.. fADd
, and then proceed to elect one Captain, one
Liieutenani, one nt-'Conn Lieutenant, one Tiura
and one Kniiii of the aaisl Company.
elect tun will he conducted in acuordaucv with
provlilontt of the art of March IK, aDd the
uooki win b returned to tueee UHnuotinrwrt aa
aa made up and aealed. By command of
JOSHUA H. BATEH. Brigadier General.
Hknry 0. Kennett, Briitade Major. w-J
ftr I mnAnmiiTm mr nmn nvrnvvsn
the llUrUlil AH I I U liU tVDUVt
THK PROPRIETORM OF
M. A I, t, HUMAN BliAUr.S" Ne.
have Hel.rtid out of bond several
of Sue old and rare llquora, lnoluding fine eld
dins; Tort, rJherty, Madeint and Catawba
old Bcotch, lri.h and lluurbon Wbiskiea, which
Under our own supervision, solely for
Family and Medioinal Purposes.
aplV-am 199 VINE-MTREET.
PATENT ENAMELED HIURT COLLARS
tot sale at MASON'S HAT-BTOHK, .
epa am . 4 A yiflh-street, near Walaut.,;,
BUT TOUR BONNBT RIBBONS
J. LE BOUTILLIER BROS,
NO. 30 WKWT FOUKTH-STREBT,
..If you denire to buy cheap. . tjr . ap-am
Bfr-Jv W. C. DUNCAN, D KN T I M T,
Kim.iuaerii ArtiHcial Tttm in all Uudinw-i
uCMtluaiiow orat:ticti. aVaraoiu iu want ot'
Teetb can have thvir wldhna fully mt at Dili
work. utn.iu:iuut th. uaitM
them than any priaratiki
v.' ula, Ball Khum kryitij
AH operations in DeiititfCrr perninnod. aptv-am
wf5Z KKY ii aknowledticd by the moat
ibusi, mim uj tun
tad titatea. to ba th.
vor kuowu, aud to km
m voted mora MrniHnflnt
ILMtUa. HcaM.Ii Mat. tLA.lv
tioin of wbutioover natura, are uured by a fr
and til MVatf'in TOrltorMl Ui ftl'l atraanarrh s. nA
i Vufl anduxpiioit diraotloua for tha cura af
aoii) if an and ottior virrui
ivj n in ue pampn
'lllii aw.lsl rnniiliiar sstlitairie.
i tua pampmei wiiu each iittl, Tor ttala
D ELAND' & I!!, J)
LJ- i. i
7. am i ir m'
West ' X'OtIttIl-Ht.'
BARGAINS IN DRESS SILKS.
Lot of Choice 811k at 80. . r '''"' ,' ' '' '.
Platd, Stripe and Ohene Sitka, at fSc., 87'o. and
1 vej ebaap., r,.
JtlCII SIL.lt itOBES, 1
, -: fire and Hevea Flonnori..
. .A FULL, ASSORTMENT VP
Blaqlc HilkH ,
. ..,. I 1 - r - ' I , i I ' I 'i . r ! u '
fxtraqualitrat TSc., 8Te. and t. '
Wide, Double Chain Black tfl)k, for Bmqo.nl. ,
A large variety of Orejr oodr,'for
; j'v Traveling Sulli;';"";:,
" i la ropllna, Barege, Apglali, Valencia, C.
SHAWLS, MANTILLAS, AC.,
. , . .i - '
' t'lotli, Poplin and 811k Duatera, Mantillas, Baxiuci,
Ao. ' ' '
. Lace Points and Mantillas.
' . ' .': !.: 1 .
Superior aaaortment Black ' Pnahor and French
Laos Points, Bnrnona, Mantillaa and Ficeoloniinit,
X3 Xt. XI 0 BI OrOODS,
Oreaadlnaa, BateSea,' AnglaU and Organdlea, in
Robea of Ave, seven and nine louncca, and by the
yard, of tha latest afylea.
: ! At IS and BOu.
' 1 LADIES' HOOP SKIRTS. '
' Of the beet make and latest Improveracnte.
DELANO & GOSSRGE, ,
NO. 74 WEST FOURTH-STREET.
ADAMS, PECKOVER & CO.
, lUve nmovod the Bales-room of the
Alligator1 Cbokmg-Stbve I
' From No. 333 Fonrth. to-thehrnew store, -
8. W. CORNElt OF FIFTH AND ELM.
N. B. Orders Ibr the foundery received as usual at
our old aland, No. 333 West Fourtl-street, until
further notioe. - ,- myl9-tf
INSERTED WITHDB WITHOUT. EX.
.00 Cb. Bets of Teeth on
TBAT'TIKll thk Ri
Silver aa low as $1 par tooth.
myl-aw . . ; 199 Went Fourth-street.
All operations guar.
B. WOOD, Dentist,
l- At the unanimous reuuest of the audience on
it of the nudlenceon
BALDWIN will re-
Tuesday eveniug last, PIIOF,
peat bis concert on
; Friday Evenlns;, May 11,
At the VN1TKD PBK8BYTKRIAN CHUBOH
Blxth-street, between Hace and Elm. .
Tickets its cents to be had only at the door.
mime Ti k vin ht prhmiitm AT
X t'TIOA, N. Y., February Ftutt. The Machim
In oom petition were the Wheelor fc Wilnon'e. HlnK
.'. CJn.vnr A TtiakHr'u. I Add. Wabdter k. Co. and
rwnty-etx other Maohluea of eaual merit. Thle
fact 1 uufliclent to place the
Finklc & .Xyou Macliiiies
At the head of the list, which la, without doubt,
the rery best machine in use. .Call at
No. 16 East Fourth-street.
t ap28-n3dp K. F.. HUGGINB, Agent.
J LANE 4 BOD LEY,
Comer o John and Woter-tlrteU, Vinoinnati, Ohio,
1 t ABROAD, TOO!
VINCBNNKrt, MAY 1, i860. MR.
J. BL'TLEB. Aeent. CTnctuuati Pldaae
me, by O. and M. K. K. I'ii doaen of your
EXCELSIOR FLUID INK,
.'ro8-aw ' And oblige C. A. WET8ERT.
3 the prevalence of tue muallpojt in ever
tho city, thoee person who have nover bi
cluated are earnestly requeeted to have thoiameat
tended to i and all who are unable to Day the
pemteftM anthorieod to apply to the phyBioiuiis
ino eupioy ui tno
City Innriuary, in the di Heron
, n bo aro instructed to attend to auch caaea.
j. ii. w i jn api
May 7, im. myft-aw
JAMES AY RES, Ht.,
Directors City Iulimary.
Improved Double-threaded .
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES
No. 72 West Fourth-street.
fTtHOSB IN WANT Of A OOOD SEW.
IN'U MACHINE are Invited to etamlne
before purchasing elsewhere.
JOUVET CO., Agent,
mrS-cro o. 79 West Fourth, up stairs.
DR. MERIT WELLS,1'
'. i StSSIDENT DENTIST,
saa v ijv"j-' i laajxsi . Lrr-1 or ii OL&VU
ttaventu and Vine aud Kaco, Clucinuati, 0.
T.THT 09 PRICKS VOR TT.AT1B WOltlC
VuU upper or lower aaU of leetU-continuoua
V gow, Wi vuicaulta.l2D) ailvar. ,
waiaii goia plug, eucu., H
(Tia half $Hem.)
,..J0 ceats to
' XI U 3VE O V Xj .
'"' Hi CUMMlNGS.
mVUSt AND pKCOUATIV PAINTER
.aa removed from bis old stand, on Wauiut
street, to S'l'dBal Mil. I BIlkNET llAlisc
he will ha pleased .tvjnaat sli hl pU frlond
Tl v 1 ne nri n T Ti rL Tl c. nn
.A SU.4 ut w. ' i w
l i '154 MA1N-ST., CIN.VO'"
' ; 03 Mt. C'harlea-at Meey prloaR, JUau,
i ,. . ixroaTaasoa ' , .1 '
GHioa and BporUps .ApptrattU8,
m a Biatiai is aoKtpwnaa.
n i -: sotla"W,Lter.:'i '""'"':
iu i 'ii.i'i Su . ., ..ti , : . " vi My. in:
Ptfttlt 01A' WATBtt w(TH '
hoiasst tttiaaw 4 J-'if y mauiiiheiura.
,aaa oy yii.ox.ni susb, vruaai.t,.
"niulh-wail tenter uuaT.YtBiw aiiA tClliWJ
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD. TO THE RACES
CINCINNATI TROTTING PARK,
Thursday, May 10, 1860.
waKHMOXsi WiainNHTrl ATTFNIf TH K
JL Kaeea ran do no by taking the train of cara
which leuvee tho Slxth-atrect Depot at iliSO i . .
-aronnds at il r. .
ltetnnilnir, bavethe raoe-a
fare lift oenta out and bark .
for tli ketaanoly at oltlce. Klxtb-tt. Tteiwl. '
c my'J-e : i J). McLAHKN, Bnpnrlnleailent.
r rne-sie l r"1 "mi '-'.m
MAY 16, 1860.
Prion t)l9r to Chicago and return. Tickets good
.. .. , untUJanal.
THAtNH I.EATB CINCINNATI, RAM
iTtON AND DAYTtlN HAILHOAD fcfiPHT
at A A. M., and ItiHO P.
M. and 8 P. At., niakllitf
cle connection for Ciileago. '
'or Tick, pleaae apply al the office, eonth-east
corner of Kront and Uroailwayi Vlnwtrect, botweoa
Unmet Hone and Poatomce. No. 16 Walnut,
triwt, and at tho Cincinnati. Hamilton and Dayton
INDIANAPOLIS & CINCINNATI
Republican National Convention
MAY 16, 1860.
$10 TO CHICAGO AND RETURN.
ill Ih) aula at
all the offices of the
Indianapolis and Cincinnati Hailroad Company.
I lCKeta Will DO UWI u tue mini u viiphuhi tue
Df June. .
Trsins leave from the Ohio and Mississippi Depot
at OiDO A.M., nnd s P, X., arriving at Chicago at
8 V. M. and 8 A. M. , . . . . .
Bloeptog Cars on tha night train go through lo
Chicago without change. H. U. LORD,
UtyU'Ul at I VTvJUvSI w A ' Ws . AWi - W.
GRO VER & BAKER'S
NEW AND IMPROVED
SHLTTLE OR LOCK-STITCH
THE BUST AND ONLY MACHINES IN
the market suiubla for all kinds of manufactur
ing purposes, at tne
L.OW PRICE OF
GROVKH & BAKKU,
SEWING MACHINE CO.,
58 WEST FOURTH-STREET
J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
FASHIONABLE . .'
" NO. 149 P1AIN-STKEET.
M-A VVTI.HUKV tf A N HRI.EflT
IS the latest styles, and at prices as low
FBKNOH UUFT HAl'8, all
v hmiM In tne Cltv.
oolora Straw and I,eihurn Hata for men and boys
some uew and beautiful desisus.
An inspection so.
1 STITCH IN TIM SAYES NINE.
. Eoonomy ! Dispatoh !
(Save tho IPieeos !
USEFUL IN KVEItY HOUSE FOR
mending JTurnltuie, Toys, Crookmy. Glassware,
. . .... . . w
Wliolesale uepot, no. ah ueuar.strret, new tors.
Address HENRY O.BPA LVl NO CO.,
Box No. S,6Nl, New York.
rut up for Dealers in eases containing four, rifhl,
and twelve dozen a beautiful LltUusraoll Show
card accompanying each pacsuga. delly
OHIO WHITE mA SPRINGS,
Announcement or the Proprietor
THE OHIO WHITE flULPHCR
8PHlNJ8areaituuterf tu Polawarc County. IS
mi let north of Colunibua, the Capital of UJiio.on tha
Bcioto River, ten in ilea from Delaware, five mi lea
from Whit i' Sulphur Station, on the Springfield, Mt.
Vernon 4 Pittsburg It ail road, and fix milea from
Lew in Center Station, on the Cincinnati) Oolumbua
and Cleveland Railroad.
These Hprlugtf will be open for the reception or Vi.
ltore from Bluy until October.
The gratifyiug experience of tha past two season!
i hat fully confirmed tha highest expectationa of th
I proprietor, aud encourage him to persevere In hia
etfortH to make thla aecoud to noplace In the country.
ine targe nuniueroi permaneu. curea wnioa nave
been effected eetablUh iHiyoud a doubt the rare and
valuable tedtclual auaUtiuu of those watcn . Their
alterativei tonic aud aperient properties reudor thein
uaeini in a creu. variety oiuiaeaeee. ino nve opringw,
Tha White Sulphur, The Chalybeate.Tbe Mugnesiuu.
The Saline Chalybeate, and tue apring of Pnro Wa
ter, aro all within the lawn and euy of acoaaa.
Beth ins here by the plan adopted la brought Into
fair competition with that at naturally warm and hot
eprlngn. The water, heated In the bath-tub by ateain
Dinei. the huat not Ireins railed hi eh auouirh to Drtj-
clpltate Ita Halta, ta applied to theaurface of the bather
vmnout tne low oi auy oi iia aaune iiigi-eaientt.'
pipes, tho heat not Ming railed high enough to prt
jy of ita aaune liiredlnli.
The huihlitiat are substantial and convenient. The
E rounds, embracing about IWJ acres, divided between
iwn and wooUlaiidt are tastefully laid off into walks
and drivaa. .
A TELEGRAPH OFFICE has been nermanentlr
aatabltiheil, oounecting the Springs with all parta of
A Liirery, wen suxaea witu norsea ana carriagea,
( attached to the place.
'or further Information, arrangements for rooms.
t. i ANDRKW W1LSOK. Jb.. Proprietor,
. . WUIU DIUD
ap2; htn ,
Whtt Hulnfiur PoalnlHre.
rm Delaware Gouaty, p. i
Hanks's Veil and Brass Foundry.
NIL8 WORKS (formerly (leorge t. Hanks,) No.
140 fcast Second -struel, Cincinnati.
n Eli KEPT CONMTANT1.YON HAND,
or made loonier, of any aiae up to e,U0u pounds
and in chimes as wautaa. .ery reriety ot brass
Work and llrass and ConipoHltlon CastlnKS made to
order. Also on hand, Hal Alt I Motel and Rpeltsr Hoi.
doa, aud every description of finished llrass Wurlt.
, FarticSaaratasntlonslrea te Steamboat Work, aw h
r.nfflno ifells. Ac. l.aaa:
all other variotlra always on hand.
and Water Oaua-es. i
tllowere, Knalno Bells,
and Vittnm. nut un: HtMia
.11 ,,"C7..' " I.T. .il
I.1W1U I W illi., TTIIIS.raV.
Ac. Lager-beer Cocks ana
TUOUAS riltl H, Saperliitendcnt. '
1 1 i iuiyO'Dmoiaw
T-i 1 ' " . .t ' I Ml .
IS AI.lVfflwt BBAWCHl'ti; NO. f BAST
r"ouitU-trK'l. b.moeu MamaiidSytauiuro, tin
oiunatl. . 1
Uebindlus In .rery style..
rayO-bm , .. r - V '
it axaio, and o
MAOAMB BEaLTj RR.
nnouncus tiiat ahu ruinimonrs
os im muna a. ner resiiiuiic'.
No. 47. on tha west side of Jom-s-strevt, between
Lion and Outterand l.iliorty and Wade, where she
kiretells peat, present and future .Touts hy planets,
pahulstrr, or Oy cards. To all those who inuy wish
to cmisult lior on tho luck of buslu.ss, or auy uudor.
Ury Tioksts. pur
Biin from i AVt
sato tw reaauit
laWSU IS. lnvii. luutr in,,,,,-. 1...
3 act ntlsfiiutloB will X. jrtveii.
.to.lf. K. Prises low. rTn.sa
Ut Mtwra ts, (sum. apHT-kw