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CINCINNATI DAXX.T PRESS
U anblllalM dally (Bandar, hot .xotod) by
HKNtlY HEH1D c OO.,
' oki ii-rrBrF, err. eTSToa-ovsa .... .
11 CINCINNATI DAILTPBJC88 li i.rlewraa to
BbaerlbeT. tnVOIncinnaU, OorlMtta a4 '
',,,,. nrroondlni elttw and town, at ' 1
eJfcTKN CXNTI A Will,
. . TAV ASH t CABalSB. .
fVlxu of Mitihnt Blnirt. onrl"", 9 coTiti) I moat.,
aUreutei Smooth., Is 1 rear, so.
VKW NATIONAL THRATUR,-JOHN
UATM, Proprietor and Manager. , , , .
Positively IhelaiaolgU of the ' i
FRENCH OPERA COMPANY. ,
from the new Oprra -bonne, New Orleans. '
On THVRPfAT EVENING. July 12, IWO. will be
nt: ted Venll's Orand opera, In three acts, called
'"' JERUSALEM i Ok. Il Ikhhahoi.
Uiirtton. Mne.U,htltepej Roger. nuiut.Qenlbrel; tie
Itue, Mad mb Philippe. t
The performanoe will commence, with'' "Offon
tmrnV OodiIc Opera, it) one act, called
' ( , IiA ROHK V 8T. TLEUR. '
I .yierrette.. .........M'llt Darojr.
Hatm or AniriKiit- Irei Circle and Pnninette,
- 95renhii H-rntl Tlpr and Familjr Circle, 50 otula;
'i liird Circle i.oeDtn. .
NoTr.iNo extra charge for reserved mats. Keata
rrtQ Ih doiius the day by application at th
Jox Oftlco. , . , , : ,
I)oorn upen at 7li oVlock. and the Opera will oom
tnenoe at 8 o'cl'tck, preclnely.
TJ TJ TXS T ,
. -WILL OIVB A OKAND- . ' '!
VOCAL & IXSTRIMEXTAL COXCERT
HMITH So NIXON'S HALLi
' ' -ON-
THURSDAY EVKNFSG, JULY 1D
WTOTICE.-THR NATIONAIi THKATBH.
to nciw for rnut for tb Summer mcmou. for rTh
ttlcHl l'erforraajicefl, ItAlUii, Uerman or Burltwiiw
Of ran, Ac, Ac, and may be baa on nuuoimblt ternu,
ay lan umni or wovk. or fariicuira,nppi7 urn ,
. ' JUIIN BATES. Vl"
Matlsnal lhktr Unlldltiir,
1GOOD NIGHT 1
A DUET FOR HOPRANO AND TENOR.
M iialc by L. D, Hoard.
Price t9 centi,
J. CHURCH, JR.,
66 Wet Pourth-Mt.
lOLlt rIKl)AI. PIAN-THB BRHT IN
1 jt AniKKiUA. btecK Aurupe-i(r)i
New Yotli) powert'ul toned double
Krnductlon Concert Pinnoa, pro
uonncetl by Ll"t, Thalberg and oilier
LiMt Hrtitit the bent In ezlittence.
will ftoll lower for canti tlmo any other dealer In
Ibecity. Planoa and Melodeone tuned and repaired
tiwrouKiily. i'liuina to tet at ironi a u fio prquar-
niuticftl itirHnimeni nciung ai uii-price.
nut buy or rent a Piano until yon have called and ex
aminoa ine noore.
iiLUiXlNHk HKO.f Hlle Afenta,
', ' " ' , i PtanoVealera and Uakere.
Ii17 Ho. 227 W. Fiftb-xU-eet, near Plnm.
OHIO WIIITE SULPnUR , SPRINGS !
Delaware County, Ohio,
OPEN TO VISITORS SEEKING HEALTH OR PLEASURE,
FROM JUNE TO OCTOBER.
'lUCKKTH FOR THE ROUND TRIP,
I. S. nar l ittle Miami Railroad and Cincinnati.
Hamilton and TMrt'n Hallrond, at 7i30 A. II., via
hbrintffllil lo Whit bulplmr titon. .
TickfUTorthe Itound Trip, HO, r tHtte Miami
llailrnnrf nt Atld 111 A. M. Mild 11 P.M.. and
tier Cincinnati, Hamilton wl Cartu Kallroad, at
7T710 A. 01., via voiunnMU to ijpwib ieiiter. .
for rooiua or other information, addroaa !
i c A. WILSON, JR., ;
' White Snlphnr Poitnfflca,
je24-tr , lit: la ware Uounty, Ohio.
Don't Head This t
rainu MfftHl wnnRUffllb DTRCOV.
m. BUY Ofc' THE AGE. Dr. CALVIN, formerly
of London and Baltimore Hoapltala. wltare he haa
hud many years1 pr actios In the treatment of ve
uereal aisetunstt, dih more receauy ai atexicu, won
lh.rii.a iiu m-uuAa.'!. iiAr tn miuiftction with Dr.
uch UUanea are to imi nmnu id uieir reunwi icrin,
Don ANTON lDK LAUBVALLU8, owe of the
most eminent physician in Mexico and Hpainj they
and found ouly Iu Soutliern Mexico, that removee, aa
If by niAfiio, all the venereal taint from the lyiteni.
In the primary or secondary form. Syphilis, in the
woret stage, puriuanently cured In a very short time,
...wi thirniiirlilv nln&iiMtl and mire, aa
il ui'riVMnta a. rcmpiiT 111 udb 01 ma niuiu dmuw.
If it had nuver been contaminated by that woist of
nil dittebutvs, Hyplillts. ocroiuia, uopromy ana an
kinds of corrnplion of the blood and dlseaael of the
nkln removed permanently and quickly by this pow
erful agent and aidi- of nature, ' Mexican Bpecinc."
' No one neod be reduced to a skeleton, and Buffer the
tortures of the Inquisition, and robbed of his laet
dollar, and still not cured. Ir, Calvin Also Leals all
kinds of chronic diseases with great success. Med
icine only to pay for, aa all dlseaaes are treated free
of charge, except by special xni tract. Persona at a
distance can be treatod by sending correct state-
. raenta of their canes by letter, and ten cents in
prthtnga stamps. . Call on or address Dr. CALVIN,
'1103 Vlne-street between Fifth and Slxth-etreete
Ciitolnnati, Ohio." Sow is the time to-morrow may
be too late. t .. . ' . ,A
Tae Doctor has located permanently In the city,
and can at all Urnee e found at his onoe, , : ,
Mnd ror Circular. " ,
. No. 203 Vine-street. ; v
.m. icL pti
ULT.IS. FEMALE BOTAN.
THKilAN Muiuue KLLIS'8 UTB-
f I M K K II Hn.UW I.IIM K.I r.lll.
NI El.IXlUnever fail, to cure all klndaof dla.
nfilia ITtorii.. tliM K iilnev.. Ovarlea. Bladder
and Urethra, Prolanra. (faliliiK) Utorle, Inflaiuuia
'.lon aud Ulourutiuu of the Womb, no matter of bow
ions atandiuii, permanently cured by th. DM of th.
Madame re ft re with iileiuinre to the following card
of uue of th, baat druuhit. In th. city i ,
" TolKt Public aad Iht UdiM to Pahkmlar: .. 1 -
"We, the undersigned, are not In the habit of iv.
Ing our name to I'ulout Medioinaii but kaowing well
the Ludy l'lij.iciau, aud th. luedioin. called th.
literine Blivtr, we cheerfully reeomawind it to all fe
male. auHtTlug n-oot r'uuiale Dieeeno. of any kind; It
In uurely veetablo, and In no caw can do Injury; wy
ear to all try. and our word lor it, you will nnd relief.
"T.J. Hltt, Drugglat,
N. B.-For Hle at th. PlnclPAl "m14$,
(ixth-.tj between Bum aud lm; RUWAKfi SC AN.
LAN A Co., eoruer of Main and fourthta. ; V. D.
HILL, comer ol Rare and Vlfth-.ta. 1 and. drug
tint, generally throughout the olty and country.
HrlSe, ON K DULLAJt PEtt BOTTLK.
nr.,lan, K.I.I.ia han returned from the South, aud
can b. fuund at her ulfice, 144 Weat Blitht., at
.11 time.. ' w
klSCOVKRED AT LA8T-
J OF LIKE, or The True Th
lion at Hlawura, or Prevvutlnt It, according M i the
f:iuiiilna uwi oi nature, i -r--"
dren, aud thoae not wiahiug them, will flud Uiubook
In ...l tlmlr wisha. eiartlv. No ued cin. to tu.
i'orl'ectly liealthy in all reapecU. Baut tu any part
..I ih. rT,,ll..il MtulM nn rHtwint of SI.
Sr. CALVIN la alo Aaent fiir Madame De OroUi
Fumale Mouthly PilU. Then. Pill, are InvaluaDle
ob.tructvd luoueee. Ladiea ahould not ua. tbem
M irboi. 8"nt to any part of the country, by uiall,
..!' Pt of a. Addreaa Dr. CALVIN, Boj i4,
.ocinui'ti, uiiio, or can ai uiuu. mu. iawtj - 'Ma
nreet. betunan Fifth and Sixth. mrlJ-lf
,., l i,.- ii '. ' ' ' "V !
A.. C. PARKY. '
Tin-plate and Sheet-iron Vorlter
UH RUIUTW Ml , i '
A (1KNT VOK STEWART'S AIR-TIGHT
ja. Hummer and Winter Coukiug-.lo. Alao ageut
I r Carter'. FUterlttM Uldraut, whew it may tx aees
iXbhig don. wWi svsjwluss die., J
U.nAMPBELL St CO.,
tto. Also, attuuti for the sale of IrouUtu Btai Mails.
W urtiriMUiLsL. no. AW mutm uowuu-wmwww vhbw
UAT"AM kind iQWTwadrv-t' firA '' -- '
. TwROFEHfOB IN THE tETERrNARt
Hlxthtril, betwen Main .nd Walnut, Cincinnati.
MHIKTOL f)CT0AHD8.-A FINE AI
" LK tor Printing P,"rooo, ''.. 1 '
I us, nwn. TT - iuoAnu
t i i i i : i '
' vol: iii;no.137.
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JULY 12. 1860.
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PRICE ONE CENT.
LiTTL. Miiat-(f mlaula. fut.1 thaa Cllr tlroo.1
Ti30 A. M., 10 A. M. and 11 P. M. Uolumbui Ac
ecmmodatlon, 4 P. M. Xante Accommodation, 6
P. M. i
OiHcmiCATi, Eauutom ad Ct) ir mlnntM
faetar than City tlm.,1 A. M., Ti30 A. M., !li30
P. H. and P. M. Bamilto. Aceoaimodattnh. g A.
M. and SilfO P. M.
Ohio ako MBmanrri IU mlnntai uwer than
Oitr tint., 4r0 A. M. and Si39 P. M. Loalivlll.
Acoommedatlon, il P. M.
iKDIHiTOtU AKB CmCWNATI 8OBr-LlKI-ri
mlnntea .lower than City time,) 9i40 A. M., tliSO
4- M. and P. M. v ,
MABUinA ax OiMoiifaAn IT B.i.uiea tutor ilma
Cltr time.) il9 A. M. and 3i30 P. M. '
Ootihotoji iu Lnmaroit lUHr time.) 4.1 A.
M. and 9r39 p. M.
CmonrwATi, Biohmond ako iNDiA.ArOLit A A.
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limi Miaki-SiSO A. M., 8 A. M., 1 1 104 A. M.
And 4i4 P. M. - -
OBi0ADMuau.im-Ti30 A. M., l'Ji'JS P. M.
OwrninATi, Rabjiltoh Ann Dittoit 7i45 A. M..
10i40 A. M., 1 p. V., 5i30 P. M., 733 P. M. and
BilSP.M. . ,
IimtAiCAToui akd OiaonniATi lOilS A. M.,
4 P.M. andl'JP. XL.
Maiiitta and Oimoiiiiiati IOiJ'A A. M, and
t13 P. M. . .
Oovmamn abd LuuiaToM 1 Ai3.1 A. M. ajid
4iaa r. at. , ,
OmcixHATi, Rinnvoiio add Indianapolis ft49
A. M..1P. M., StitOP. M. . . . j i
Ban Mail. Arrive. 3i3 A. M. and 4t4U P. M.
elnae. at 1 A. M. and 8 P. M.
fiALTtHoma, Waihinwok add Whiilimo.-Arrive,
at 3i30 A. M. cIom at 8 P. M.
Br. Locia aid Loduvill.. Arrive, at 11 A. M.
and 10 P. M.; eloae. at 1 A. M. and 4 P. M.
Chicago ahd NoaTH-wu. Arrive, at 11 A. M.
and 10 P. M.i cloaoa at 1 A. M. and 4 P. M.
, The fetes are always against the uninvited.
Madame Lagrange, with her opera com
pany, is singing in Buenos Ayres.
What Is that which can be right but never
wrongf An angle,
Wonld a botanist classify the "Ghost" in
Hamlet as a species ot Ueadly Mgbt btnuief
If your flat-irons are rough, rub them with
tine salt, ana 11 win nuute mem smooin.
Five steamships arrived the other day at
New Xorlc, rrom foreign ports.
' In a Cannibal's eyes all men are Indian-
A suffering friend expresses his disapproval
ot corns tn loio.
A man who travels barefoot around bis
bed-room often finds himself "on the wrong
Prince Albert, of England, recently, at a
military celebration, made a Bpeech which is
severely criticised Dy me angusn press.
Marrow from the jaw-bone of a hog, burnt
near the part affected, will, it is stud, cure
A irood constitution is like a money-box:
the full value of it is never known until it is
A decree is said to have been signed by
Garibaldi confiscating all ine property oi tne
John W. J. McG'rave destroyed himself in
New York the other day, because his mother
rebuked mm for becoming intoxicated.
A Mim Mutt Moss, of LansineburC, N. Y.
accompanied La Mountain in bis balloon as
cension from iroy, n. I ., on me ruurtu.
Samuel Scott, a young man, drowned him
self in Favetta County. Ind. the other day
without any apparent cause, though doubt
less rrom weariness ui inu
Milk-sickness is said to prevail in the nei
borhood of Painter Greek, in this State,
where several fatal cases have already oc
Charlotte Cushman. the actress. Miss Steb-
blns, the sculptress, and Wm. Vincent Wal
lace, tne composer, returnea to iui. cuuuirj
last week rrom jsurope.
The Law Faculty of the University at Jena
In the Grand Duchv of Saxe-Weimar, Ger
many; has conferred on Horace Dresser, of
New X or city, me degree oi irocior oi aibwb,
One Sexton was killed on the 4th inst., by
a man named Harris, inJMadison County, Ky.,
at a blacksmith shop. They were on a Fourth
of July spree.
A letter dated at Clinton. 111., states that
thrmt neorroet residing at that nlace have
been kidnapped and carried off by a gang of
Mr. Darlev. the electrician of the Atlantic
rviile. has arrived in this country from Eu-
rope, on purposes connected iraii me rcoun-
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cltution ot tne oia cauie.
Michael O'Bryan murdered bis infant child
in Charleston, South Carolina, 'iuursday
night, because bis wite naa quarreled witn
Coolies are becominn unuleasautly numer
ous ip Havana; their idleness and worthless-
ness exciting apprehensions as to property
An mred man. Thomas Boston, hanged him
self from the porch of his dwelling near Green
ville, Indiana, a day or two ago, on account
Two men, Cook and Love, having quar
reled the other day about a bucket, near Lon-
reiea me outer uj auuui iwrnnw v,u-
aon, in vnis outie, mo mitar .uu
mer on ue neaa, wuuuuiog uiiu uiu,
Charles 8. Bell, only remaining child of
Commodore Charles u. tseu, u. o. wuue
acting as civil engineer, was , recently
drowned near ue n-aiu, xexus.
Th woman siitv veors of age. who eloped
from Buffalo, N. arrived recently in Al
bany, where she was taken prisoner by her
meuas ana sept name.
An English paper advertises tor sale "a
perfect lady's horse." We don't care about
the horse, but the perfect lady would i worth
When Sheridan was asked at an amateur
play which performer he liked best, he re
plUid, "The prompter, for I saw jess and heard
mure ui mut uimi .' j vu
A gentleman coming Into tbe room of the
late Dr. Barton, told him that Mr. Vowell was
dead. "What,"' said he, "Vowel dead? Let
us be thankful It was neitner u nor i.
Cockney Waiter " 'Am, sir? Yessirl
Don't Ink. anvthina- with vour 'am, do you.
sir?" Gentleman "Yes, I do; I take the
letter HT,...i .. i
Tbe FayeUvill(N. O.f OUerver says mat
the hoar cholera nrevails in that State. In
oue instance, out of a drove of seventy, all
died but nine.
A man down South has invented a lounge
which, whea any one lies upon it, runs by its
o"wn f e!g,ut. and(keep. constantly in motion,
In consequence or neavy rains tne outer
night a heavy land-suue occurred on me line
of the New York and Erie Railroad, on the
TMtluware Division, between Deposit aud
Man's Power to Resist Evil.
Henry Ward BeecheT, in a late sermon, ex-
pressed himself as follows ( .. ! -
All men are clothed with ability efficiently
to resist evil, Therefore 1 amrm the exist
ence of a plenary power of men over them
selves, by which they can control their whole
being, so that it shall be coincident with natu-
rui luw aud moral law. ibis is the side which
hag been made weak in every age of the
world by philosophy. Different philosophies,
springing from ditiereut roots aud elements,
have agreed very largely iu attempting to
show that men were in some way compelled
to follow, their nature. . Iu our dnv these
philosophies, if possible, are more rife thun
they ever were before, for they are coming
to be used on the side of phyeiologyj A fuller
knowledge- of natural law, the introduction
ot many elements ol .Kuowleuge that have
hitherto been hidden from our understand
ing, is bringing the attendant evils of new
discoveries iu truth. There is a great deal
of skepticism springing out of the bosom of
a gVeat deal of good. ,
Men once erred by giving too little Influ
ence to the constitution of things in men.
There have been a great many that hare
tan glit that all men were born substantially
alike. Certainly, the influence of their
teachings has been to make it appear that all
men were aliKe responsible responsible, that
is, as if each one was just as liable to tempta
tion,' and was endowed with just as much
power of resisting temptation as every other.
nut now tne tendency is to go to the oppo
site extreme. Since men have found out
that organization is a fact: that men differ
from each other accordiug to the various ele
ments in tne composition ot their body and
mind; that different men "carry different
qualities in them, in differing proportions;
and that the responsibility of each man is to
be estimated, nut by any comprehensive phi
losophical vrinciule. but by his own nature
Since this truth has become more popularly
j : ir. i i i ,. i . i ... . .i
uuiueeu auu ueiieveu, mere is a leuuency
among men to go over to laxity and demoral
ization on that side, and to argue that men
are so made that their nature is inevitable
and irreiistible; that their being placed in
certain conditions and circumstances will de
termine what they shall feel aud will and do;
and that their being good or bad is the result
of the outworking of two necessities, one
p9yiiiuiuu.ti wuuiu, .uu tu. outer viruuiu
stantial without. This is a favorite irround
in our day. It is a kind of physiological
naturalism and fatalism which' I never can
Proper Mods or Pkksirvino this Etbs.
HaIXt Journal of Health says : '
Multitudes of men and women have made
their eves weak for life by the too free use o)
eyesight in reading fine print and doing fine
sewing, in view ot tnese tmngs it win be
well to observe tne following rules in the use
of theeyes: . '
Avoid all sodden changes between light
Never begin to read, write or sew, for
several minutes alter coming from darkness
to a bright light.
A ever read by twilight, or. moonngnt, or
on a very cloudy day. '
iNever read or sew directly in front ot the
light, or window,- or door.
It is best to have the licrht fall from above
obliquely, over the lett snoulacr.
ft ever sleep so that, on the first awakenlug
th. eves shall oneaon thn licrht nf it window.
uo not use me eyesignt vj ugui eu scum
that it requires an effort to discriminate.
Themomentyou are instinctively prompted
to rub the eygs, that moment cease using
If the eveuds are el ued together on waking
no. do not forcibly open them; but apply the
saliva with the fincer it is the speediest
dilutant in the world; then wash your eyes
and face in warm water.
A Boy's Sioht Steanokly Lost and Re
stored. Tue editor of the Knoxville (Tenn.)
nitnett tells a remarkable etory ot a little
boy in that region who waked up one morn
ing lust winter and discovered mat ne was
blind. He Is twelve or thirteen years old.
and np to that morning his sight had been
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penect. vv ueu tuiu uie tweuuu tiuiv uy uis
father to get up, ho replied: "Father, is it
daylight?" "Yes, long ago." "Then, father,"
the little fellow Badly said, "I am blind."
And so it was. His siirht was gone.
The boy was recently taken to Nashville
tor medical treatment, i ne doctors necuneo
to do anv thing for him. however. But dur
ing his stay in the citv bis sight suddenly
returned, when be threw his arms around his
father's neck, and .exclaimed: "0, lather, I
Thrii Men Wounded by the Explosion or
A Cannon. Upon tbe departure, the other
afternoon, rrom new lorn, oi tne oevenm
rtegiment ror tneir encampment on ntaten
Island, a cannon was fired at the foot ol
White Hail-street, as a saiuie. ana Dy a pre
mature discharge, Frederick Gilbert, John
Donnelly and John Welch were knocked
down and badly injured. ,
A Horsi Disemboweled bt a Bull. John
Towbermon. hod a valuable horse killed re
cently by a vicious bull, near Mint spring,
Ky. rue none was gorea in me aoaomeu,
and lost nearly tbe whole of his entrails be
tween tbe nolnt where he was attucKea and
the spot upon which he foil and died, a dis
tance Ot ooout a nuuureu yarns.
Extraordinary Discovery or a Cannon
A small brass cannon has been found at tbe
bottom of A deep well of tbe Castle de Cluey
in t rance, with toe date ot izob upon it.
Tbe date of the invention of cannon bus his
torically been assigned to the year 1323
sixty-six years later.
Singular and Horrible Death. Some
two weeks since. Senorita Isabel Guintero,
daughter of the Fiscal Attorney General of
Havana, uuoa, was naming ner person wuu
runj) wj,an tue spirits caught nre, ana sne
i waa burnt to death,
A Nsw Rotary Ekoine. The Hartford
(Conn. I Times says that a mechanic of that
city has succeeded in making a rotary engine
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! I. I. U-l nll ,k. Ai,i-n,inn. ...
1U WHICH, lb IB ucucvcu, an vujsvhuui w
this machine bave been met ana obviatea.
A partial trial bos been bad, and a more
thorough teBt is soon to be made.
Immense Emigration to the Fab West.
A uartv of Pike's Peakers. returned to Chi
cago, state that, by actual count and record,
they met 5.488 teams on tbe road between
Denver City and Fort Kearney, and 1,500
more between Fort Kearney and Omaha
Citv. making a total of 6,983 teams on tbe
rout, ana ail going w est.. ., ,
Commodore Stockton. Commodore Stock
ton and family are at Home on a visit to his
on. the minister resident at the Papal Court.
Mrs. Dtockton naa receuuy . pruenuieu uur
husband with another heir", who is said, not
without truth, to be "the noblest Roman
An Impoverished Ex-Kino. The Ex-King
of Oude, having been deprived of the arrears
of his pension, is unable to pay bis debts, and
weir claims. i . c i
, Snail-liks Mgv. fcioni. men are like snails
Sr.fan-b'ai'rfToa com. right
I tn them, they become contracted into a very
-they stresch pot immensely when you
i small space.
' Expenses or the Dkkby Races. The cost
of training and enteriug the horses that
IU ms last ieruy race is recauueu auv,wv.
Very Romantic Affair in Paris—Odd Developments.
A trial is coming on at Paris, which will
give publicity to a sad affair
An English lady, the widow of an officer
who died in India some few years ago. leav
ing a large fortune, had become attached to
and married a person much beneath her In
station a sous officer of gendarmerie. Noth
ing, however, has occurred during the four
years that the union has lasted, to make her
regret the step she has taken, although the
gendarme did turn out to be the brother of
her mm dt thambrt; and she did meet with
him first of all (by accident, of course)
dressed plainly at the bat Mabille. whither
she had gone one evening escorted by the
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vuit-anrc, w nu iuhi wjiu uer luut me greatest
ladies in Paris were seen in that seductive
place, and that no harm could possibly be
thought ot any lnny going there iu company
with her maid. The lady s daughter (by her
first marriage) had grown since the estab
lishment of her mamma with the ex-gen
darme from a fine child of twelve into a
lovely girl of sixteen.
i ne honest gendarme bad behaved with
exemplary kindness to his daughter-in-law;
it seems that the menage was progressing as
well as could be expected, when, in March
lost, came a tremendous shock to its tran-
nilitv. in the shane of an offer ot mitrriRo-A
for the young lady from a traveling com-
mijsion agent, who had supplied the wine
for the family, and who had been admitted
on fumiliar terms, in consequence of the cul
tivation of his manners, which seemed far
above his station. The demand was, of
course, treated with contempt the young
lady bearing one of the best names in En
gland, and entitled to a large fortune and
the dismissed lover, bidden to remember the
great distance between the bright particular
star be had dared to woo, was dismissed, on
tne part ot tne gendarme in particular, with
every demonstration of contempt.
ine next oay, uowever, mo young lady
was mlssinir. and a letter from. Lanirres an
nounced that Bbe hod chosen to act for her
self, and had eloped with the commission
agent; the marriage had, therefore, become
a necessary conclusion, and the young couple
were, consequently, united. The commission
agent, whose manners are above his station,
turns ont to be an escaped forcat, who has
just been restored to bis place iu the bagtie at
Toulon, whence he had broken away at
Christmas, having been recognised at Bor
deaux, in tne uumearai wnnner ne naa ac
companied his young wife, to show her the
splendors of the I'cte-Vieu. The mother in
sists upon a divorce.
Anotbkr Indian Rivir Navigable. The
ouly Indian rivers heretofore regarded as
navigable nave been tne orahmapuna, the
Ganges, with some of its tributaries, the
Uoogly and the Indus. But recent explora
tions nave added to this list the Goduvery,
which, . rising in the central tnountainour
regions of the peninsula, pours its waters
through a broad delta into the Bay of Ben
gal, about half way between Calcutta and
Cape Comorin. Capt. Young, early lost
summer, in tbe drvest season of the year.
ascended the river in the steamer Arthm
Cotton to Koyicltba, ninetv-two miles above
its mouth, and in a smaller steamer suc
ceeded, without difficulty, in reaching Dum
igudiem, at a distance or 143 miles from the
sea. In view of .this discovery, measures art
in progress to make the river commercially
useful, and tbu fiugllsu Government arc
about establishing depots at Mahodeopure or
Chinnarand Cocanoda. Troops destined for
Magpoor will hereafter be sent by way of the
Dccal Mods or Marryino orr a Daughter.
The Duchess of Gordon, savs the London cor
respondent of the New Orleans Delta, wo?
very expert in managing to get rid of her
three girls, .whom she married to a Duke
apiece, nnd would have procured them two
I each if it bad been legal. She caught bis
urace of Bedford rather sharply, as the story
aroes. The Duke of Bedford and the Duchess
i of Gordon were going to a picnic. The Duke
wui paII for tliA Tloirnm'P. hilt, flnmehnw
the Dowager was off to the picnic first, and
the daughter was at the door waiting to fol
low, but without the means ot doing so. i nc
picture of a woman in distress got the better
of the Duke's prudence, and he gave her a lifi
to the picnic, to bo called aside, however, by
the fury, old Gordon, the moment he arrived.
"Yon have brought my daughter here iu a
carriage from town all alone have you re
flected on the consequences? Your urace,
my daughter's credit is at stake; you must
marrv her." and the Duke, perhaps fright
ened and weak, or perhaps liking the girl,
and thinking be could do no better, married
her and not to repent it.
A Duchess Devoted to Gamblino. The
Duchess of Gordon, a cannle old Scotch girl,
would begin to play cards at dewy morn and
at wax-light morn again was ever at the same
table, watching tor tue turn ot iuck, ano sne
knew bow to make the most of it. When she
got a good lump of gold and notes at her side,
she would suddenly rise and sweeping off tbe
spoils, exclaim, "Its vara wrong to play too
much, and I'll een wish you a guter night."
nut when tbe luck went against bur, she was
an inexhaustible sitter, and would play for
everything but land; the coach aud horses at
the door were frequently lost, before she
would put a foot in the vehicle. And a wag
wanted to oluv with her once for the servants
and coachmen's liveries, with the provision
that tbe clothes should be lett Dehiud and the
servants taken home.
Another Larqi Oil-well in Pennsyl
vania. A Mr. Williams, of Warren, Penn.,
who was the second man to bore for oil, at
Titusville, but without meeting with success,
has recently opened a wen, nis tuira one,
which yields a voluntary flow of twelve
barrels per day. It is about one hundred and
forty-five feet deep. The pipe at the top of
the well is filled with a wooden plug, into
which is inserted a lead pips an inch iu
diameter through which the oil flows with a
sort of pulsatory throb, into the vessels cal
culated to receive it, without a particle of
A Man Rum Over Twioe on the Same
Railway Track. The express train on the
New York Central Hailroad, going eastward,
on tha ninrnino- of the 4th. ran over a
drunken man, lying on tbe track just east of
T .. .1 1. ! 1 1 V, ; Wk-n onml laknMm
discovered the bodv. instead of removing it,
UVUUO, .UU M,M1CU UIIU, ' ' UttU SWkuw invwtvi.
tuev went to me station, tnree nines uisuuiu
to report. While they were gone, another
train ran over the remains of the man, cut
ting up the body still more. The name or
the killed we did not learn.
Thb Victims or the Washoe War. Tbe
sum total of tha loss of life at the hands of tbe
Indiaus in Western Utah, since April 15, is
eighty-three at least; the fate of some cf the
.. p . . . i i nril..
uiissiUK wu uu. jet un auunu. vi uu unwi,
five fell at the massacre at Williams's Station.
seven at the Red Bluffs of tbe Truckee, four
teen at the eastern part or tne iioney Lake
Section, ana .littv-nve. at uajor urmsuy s en
gagement near Pyramid Lake.
The War-sloop Macedonian. The United
States sloop-of-war Macedonian, late of tbe
Mediterranean neet, oeing now over twenty.
WJKX Kere' M
i i .Klw.,. n t,j, T,i.rl n.t
probably arrive on Monday or Tuesday next
The Macedonian . has been twenty-eight
months in commission. - ,-
Fivb Mem Stabbed by a Roppiam. John
S. Ashey murderously stabbed five men, in
icbigau City. Ind.. a few nights since.
Among the injured was George Irwin, an
attailte to the Louisville, New Albany and
cuicago iiauroaa company,
The Whereabouts of Vessels Foundered at
Of the shins lost at sea. 'and never mors
heard of by survivor or fragment, some are
supposed to be fixed in mid-water. Like
those fossil remains which we dig ont of a
rock or qnarry at once preserved and buried
in a stratum so many measured feet from the
earth's surface, and so many immeasurable
miles from its core these submerged but
not foundered vessels are Imagined to rest
forever betweetiafiunfathomed depth of water
above, and a fathomless depth of water be
low. . , . ., i ,.
Broken, nerhaps. bv soma mightr wave.
or slowly but surely filled through some in
cut tble rent, they have gone down and down;
dui n it to the bottom. . Through layer alter
layer of the yielding mass they sank, till the
superincumbent weight of waters equipoised
the subjacent floods. u.n.
There they are held as in the grasp of an
accomplished destiny; lost forever to human
sight and knowledge the subject only of
conjecture, hypothesis and mourning. Could
we descry and descend to their strange
abodes, below the sweep of currents' and the
rage or tempests, we might find every thing
as in tbe fatal hour when tbe top-mast sank
below the path of friendly keels, and yet the
bottom grated on no reef or strand, i All tbe
semblance of life might be fonnd there, ste
reotyped and embalmed by tbe very power
that had in an hour or two of horror
quenched every spark of vitality, and con
verted so many human beings into mummies
and their floating horns into a rocky sepul
cher. London Star.
A Gracilkss Touts Speculating or bis
Pahenth-in-law's Gekkrositt. The Paris
wags tell a funny story of a thrifty and not
over scrupulous youth, about to espouse the
daughter of a rich provincial couple. The
parents of the bride visited Paris, to complete
the preliminary arrangements for the mar
riage and buy a "set-out" for thef young
people. The mother informed her future
son-in-luw that he need give himself no con
cord about a carriage, as herself and her bus
band bad determined to present him with a
handsome equipage, ine gentleman, re
marking that be knew the tricks of PariB
tradesmen better than Inexperienced stran
gers from tbe country possibly could, begged
permission to ue ot tbe party, when too pur
chase should be made, in order to protect his
betrothed's parents from knavery. i
This generous and thoughtful offer was
accepted, and the business was dispatched
immediately. Conducting the old people to
the most fashionable and expensive carriage
maker's in Paris, their guide succeeded in in
ducing them to buy a costly vehicle, which
was paid for on the spot. An hour afterward
the bridegroom returned to tbeestablishment,
informed the carriage-maker that the custo
mers he had brought him that morning were
provincials, and demanded five per cent, on
the sale, which was at once handed over. ' ,
An Incident Showing tui Good Breeding
or the French Emperor. A characteristic
anecdote is recounted by a Paris correspond
ent of tbe Emperor, illustrative of his good
breeding and perfect command over even the
most ordinary emotions. At Fontainebleau,
at the dinner-table, a blundering servant, a
sort oi r rencn -nanay Anay, in attempting
to fill tbe Emperor's gloss with soda Water,
pilt nearly the entire contents of the bottle
oral Hid MAieRty'u ahowldtti-D. TU w&. waa,
of course, terribly alarmed at this mishap.
and stood behind the Imperial chair, await
ing the expected burst of rage which would
have been apt to follow bis stupid conduct in
the houses of many gentlemen who pride
themselves upon their refinement, but who
are nnable to control their tempers, in small
matters. The Emperor did not manifest the
leant annoyance, but, with a good-humored
laugh, himself wiped bis. dripping shoulders,
ana arrain held out his class, without even
looking at the author of the contre temp: It
is in trifles like these that Napoleon 111 shows
his superiority over his uncle, who was a man
of violent passions, which he could not re
strain, especially nnaer circumstances which
ftde him appear iu a common-place or ridic-
A Story or Marital Dishonor An In
jured Husband Follows his Wiite Thou
eANDSor Miles and Shoots her Sepccer.
A German named Ulrich shot a fellow-coun
tryman, Jacob Baentz, a few days since, at
Houghton, wis., without severely injuring
him, while the latter was sitting on the
wnart. u.says mat a. naa tor sometime
been too intimate with his wife; had again
and again invaded his marital honor, and that
he and Mrs. U. bad confessed their guilt, but
naa promised, in writing, to retorm. sun a.
continued to enjoy Mrs. U.'s .favors, and
anally they eloped, ana, having obtained a dt
vorce. went to IJalttnrnia tocetber.
t t i .. . .. i. . , . i. . T. . i i j . .
uiricu, wuu uy bins iimo uau uecuuie ue-s-
perate and bent on revenge, followed the
slayer of his peace to New York, and thence
to California, where, hearing the pair were
in Wisconsin, went thither, spending four
montns in the searcn, ana at last nndiug a
endeavored, very naturally, but very nerv
ously, to put an end to his existence. Ulrich
says he was worth 18,000 or $10,000, and
living happily witn nis wue, until ueutz in
vaded bis Eden aud ruined him In honor and
purse. If U Inch's story be true, as it seems
to be, Bents deserves death most richly at the
husband s hands.
Recipe ros Blackberry Jam. Gather the
fruit in dry weather; allow half a pouud of
gooa orown sugar to every pounu 01 iruiij
boil the whole together gently for an hour.
or till the blackberries are soft, stirring, and
mashing them well, f reserve it line any
other jam, and it will be found very useful
in families, particularly for children reg
ulating their bowels and enabling you to dis
pense witn cathartics, it may oe spreaa on
bread, or on puddings instead of butter, and
eVerrwhen the blackberries are bought, it
cheaper than butter.
A Duchess Buying Votes with Heb Kisses.
The late Duchess of Devonshire went around
canvassing for her party, and bribed all the
men oy letting mem nave, a nearly kiss tor
their vote. Tinker, tailor, apothecary, plow-
bov and thief were all alike. It was a fair.
comely dame, and lips that invited to bribery,
and so the men kissed the women screamed
shame, and fie, and naughty, but her party
laughed, and won, ,
Chilorek Poisoned by Noxious Wibos.
On Thursday two little daughters of James
Coe, and a Son of Mrs. Organ, all of them
liviugnear Lebanon, Tenn., were out playing
among tne Jamestown weeas, ana wnue
doing so ate the seed from the burr of one
tnem. iney were an tmmeaiateiy laxen
sick; tbe boy suffered greatly and died shortly
after. The girls, however, are- getting well.
Romobbd Slavs IxstmtsctTioN in" Arkan
,as. Private advices received Jn Memphis,
Tenn.. a day or two since, state that an
surrction had broken out in the vicinity
usceoia, a among tne servile population.
The disturbances were quelled, but not until
several slaves were severely wounded.''
negroes, it is' thought, were instigated
will 141 uien. -- -
A New Play by Collet Cibbsb Bovroi-
oadlt. Dion Bourcicault is writing a I
to be called Lionutna. in which, it is said,
will take off in trenchant Etvle the American
habit of making a great ado over every dis
tinguished foreigner who visits this country.
Striking Errsot or Little Honesty.
receipts at the New York Postolhce rose
12.000 to $10,000 during tbe first week
which the Government officials took posses
sion 01 tne omce.
The Agricultural Exhibition in Paris—
American Invention Again Triumphant.
- The Paris correspondent of the New York
Szpren writes on the 22d ult. as follows:
The biennial agricultural exhibition of
France is now open at the Palace ot Industry
in the Champs Elysees. Tbe show is, in
some respects, the finest that has yet taken
place in Paris. There Is a marked improve
ment in horses and cattle, and, if the English
do not look sharp, tbeir neighbors will soon
outstrip them In this branch of material pro
gres, as they have done iu some others. The
exhibition is admirably organized, and is a
pecuniary success. The price of admission
is une irauc, i twenty ceuuj,anu on ine open
ing day, Sunday lost, the receipts were nearly
30,000 francs. It Was originally decided thai
the exhibition should remain open Ave days,
but iu compliance with tbe trenerul desire
the' Minister of Agriculture has extended the
period three dys more.' : On the last day
every thing la to be sold at auction to the
highest bidder. ... ,. - .
American inventive genius keeps up its
reputation in France, and another American
labor-saving machine has again triumphantly
carried off the first prize. There is a large
number of farming machines and utensils Tn
the Exhibition and all the different inven
tions for hay-cutting and raking, Ac, were
tried on Tuesday, at the Emperor's model
farm, at Vincennes, in the presence of the
Minister of Agriculture, tbe Minister of State,
the juries of tbe Expositiou, and a few privi
leged persons. For this trial the machines
were divided into two classes French and
Foreign. Prizes, consisting of a gold medal
and one thousand francs, were to be bestowed
on tbe best machine of each class, and a great
gold medal, as a prize of honor, to be awarded
to the best of all, irrespective of country.
Wood's American hay-cutter, constructed in
France, from a model imported from the
United States, by M. Peltier, jr., took the
first prizes of its class, and carried off the
great gold medal, besides.
Present Condition of Ireland.
A correspondent writing on this subject
It cau not possiblv be considered satisfac
tory that amid all the acknowledged strides
which Ireland has made since 1851 in mate
rial prosperity, emigration should so persist
ently continue, and to such a degree that no
less than hu,uu Irish lett their homes in 1859
tor distant lands, the exodus continues at
present at least at as great a ratio, aud ac
cording to tbe most recent accounts, the pop
ulation oi me country is now otJ,oou persous
less than It was in 1851, when the last census
was taken. And it is still less Possible for
the well-wisher of Ireland to notice tbe con
tinuous falling off in tbe culture of cereal
crops, and to observe in a totally opposite
direction the enormous increase in the growth
of potatoes, without the greatest anxiety as
to tue consequences, i nnd, according to the
latest statistical returns, that the number of
small holdings (l speak of those from one to
thirteen acres) is increased 6,000 since 1855,
that tbe cultivation of cereal and green crops
has in the same period fallen off 195,060 acres,
but that the growth of potatoes has increased
218,000 acres. In 1859 no less than 1,200,000
acres were planted with that root alone, or,
as nearly as possiblo, one-third of the entire
quantity ot land under plow or manual culti
vation throughout the whole island. Now it
is quite clear that some anomalous evil must
exist, or Wat some aatect must prevail In the
administrative system, when a nation, in the
time of peace aud prosperity, loses in eight
years nearly a tithe of its population.
Two Girls Steal Horses to See their
Mother. A correspondent of the Marysville
Appeal, writing from Chico. Butt County.
A very singular occurrence took place near
here on Saturday. A .woman started from
near Marysville, the latter part of last week,
with her two daughters, for Yreka. On their
way up, the three stopped at Lowery's Ranch,
on Butte Creek. At this point the mother
left her daughters aud went upon her journey
alone. On the day in Question, the daughters.
one of whom is about fourteen, and the other
twelve years of age, determined to join their
motner at an nazaras, stole two horses be
longing to . Maxer It Munn, of Lowery's
Ranch, and "put" for Red Bluff. . The loss of
the horses was soon discovered, pursuit was
. : . . 1 .1 C . .Z i -i .
iriven uuu tue iuir yuuug culprits ana meir
booty overtaken at the Bluffs. They were
all, girls and horses, brought back on Sunday,
and deposited at Lowery's. The horses went
to gross and the girls to crying.
Important Improvement A Sewinu-Ma.
chine with One Thread. The Patent Office
reports show that no branch of mechanical
skill has been more pursued by inventive
gcuius, of late years, than that, of simplifying
and cheapening sewing-machines, which, has
resulted in producing a machine remarkable
for its simplicity: which makes a good strong
seam without liability to rip, even when cut
into small pieces, by using only one thread
direct from the spool. It waa .not easy to
convince us that one thread would produce
a seam fit for general use aud of reliable
strength: but experience has proved it to be
so. This machine has been tested in the past
two years by private families and by manu
facturers. Alter many experiments with
other machines, this one has been adopted bv
the largo hosiery manufacturers of Philadel
phia, in whose work a peculiarly nrm and
elastic seam is required. In New York city,
a prominent manufacturer of fine muslin and
cambric goods, who, a year ago, was a firm
advocate of tbe shuttle machines, ba now
discarded their use altogether and adopted
mis. , . i
Recipe roa Blackberry Cordial. Tbe
following is said to be not only an excellent
beverage, out a cure lor aiarrncea, sc.: to
balf a busltel of blackberries, well mashed.
odd one-fourth of a pound of allspice, two
ounces of cinnamon and three ounces
cloves. Pulverize well, mix and boil slowly
till properly done. Then strain or squeeze
tbe mice through homespun or flannel, and
add to each pint of the juice one pound
loot sujzor. ruii again tor some ume, tase
off. and while cooling add half a gallon of
best cognac brandy. Dose for an adult, half
a gill to a gill; for a child, a teaspoonful
more, according to age.
Remarkable Story or a Mysterious Dm-
APPiAaAt.CE.r-Ur. Uunn, who was thought
to have fuUan a victim to thieves and mur
derers at Jersey City, N. J., some weeks ago,
has returned to Rathbouevilla, N. Y.,
residence. He says that, after taking dinntr
at Oswego, he was conscious of nothing more
until helouna hlmsell at sea, roDoeo 01 every
thing except his watch, which was bidden
bis person, on ooara 01 a sciiouuer, me cap
tain and crew of which would answer
At the end of six days he was
put ashore in Florida, where a kind planter
alter neariug ma awrj, mimuim uim
means to reaca uome wuu. iaikiou as ne
perfectly recovered, be .intends going
Jersey City, to have tbo mystery fully inves
tigated. ,in. -
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'' Practical pkiKaaATioa; or the Focte.
The tieonle of Oak Hill. UI.i alebrted
"Fourth'1 by turning .out, in ..the morning
armed with axes, boes, and spades.!! The
ercises wer turned: with prayer, the Decla
ration of 'Independence read,', and abort
oration delivered, when thatomauiderof
day was spent in working on iu roaa.
Aw ArrTHna Refused Admission to Japan
Richard H. Dana, has arrived in Japan,
desired to see Yedo, but our consul, Mr. Har
ris, considered that our treaty was of more
importance than a book from Mr. Dana's pro-
lino pen, ana reiuseu uwuiv,
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
AdvwM.ma.at. not u(in, rise.
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Larger advert laetaenta inserted at taa fbUowiaw rales
ftr square of ten lines or teest
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the Macbino, the beanty and fttrength of stitch, oe
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leaving no cheiu or ridge on the ander side, tbe
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At ourTarion office we tell at Hew Tor fetHcee.
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7(l.ou uet Tenueasee bm ueaar. and nr eaia
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O.uuu ceaar ranee rosu
A 4,000 Locust Fence PosUt
0.000 Feet feiiciog B rds;
tni iur Cedar Uuanla. J oil la. Potta. fliVirfiLAT.
Ac, filled at short notice
luo.tmu it. seas a vj aoa in. in com. rine tjnaiMr i
lou.ooc a. seas'd 1, 1H. Z and S is clear do, do.
B0U.000 ft. aecoud and third commou do. da. t
tWU.000 ft. Due. Poplar, Oak iM Hemiook Joists and
All well seaMoned, and will be sold low for peah, or
on short tlmo, to make room for naw stook, by
Thos. W. Farrin & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Lumber Dealers
aT Tard on Freeman street, oaaoalta Geora
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bt onr ex
perience in tue business and our tact hum enable t
to ofter inducements to builders In the olty and at
diatauce unsurpaaatMl, If ej.uald, by any other slaai
iar entaDiisunient in tne west. -
We alao atauufacture Veneero of all deserlptloma
and ketp on hand an tuuiortment of Mahogany, Ruao
wutoii naiuutauu vsa fenn
for Pictures and Looklng-giu
wooa, waiuut ana uaa veneers. Also, riue SMwit
P. B. We have just received forty thonaand tbH
Bed Cedar, of flue q
lees price than It has
flue Quality, which we ean i
ever beea sold for In this aiar
ADAMS, PECK9VER & CO.
Hat. reoiomd the Saba-room oi tbe
ALLIGATOB COAL G0OKIX6 SMI
rrom Mo. 333 Fourtb, to Umu- Baw More, '
W. CORNER OK FIFTH ANO SIM.
H. B. Otd.r. now r. .trd st oar new
Corner of Troat and Oeotral aT., or at ear 1
COAIi COOKING STOVE
. FOVB SIZES. '
fc ., . . -! A "i' .
- SWWarrantod to . aattiautki'W
MAniAOTUKD AMD TOB BAL BT
CAMPBELL, ELLISON & CO.,
Nv. It & 21 East teoond-et..
BALDWIN. I. V. BAUWUf
HA ID WIN eV BALDWIN,
TTDIINKVSAT LAW, BANK. Bl'IT.D.
1BU, nu. a VmmK i im i -e.rwit, uiuoian.1, valla,