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STBRASS TNrVTRIJMENTS.-IN STORE
H M ana fur Male, complete net oi eu-rt-rlor
notary and Platen-valve Sax
florna, ovnr-elioiildor, otrctiUr and
upright, fnim the bout Kronen and
tierinan nianufactorleH, and war-
. medium, and
li Iph priced Vlialiicellne, Gnitani, Banjo., Tambo-
rlneR, AonordeouH, choice olll Vioutui, ilute., jilea,
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., , . , JOHN CHURCH, JR.,
j17 00 WEST FOOBTH-BT.
riOLD MEDAI.riANOS-TRK BRST IN
-m adi tiiHJA. Bteca urupe-.ioi
, yw York) powerlal toned double
Rrmnd-action Concert Pianos, pro
tionnced by Lints, Thalbrg and otber
rutt art1i th haiat In Aiatnoi.
W will Mil lower for cwh Uin any otfcrtr dealr In
)hcttr. Flanoa and Melodoos tnnod and repaired
' thoroiiaThlv. Pianos to lot at from 6 to lb noraoar-
fw. lututcal Instrument selling at nalf-pr.cM. De
aH buy or rent a Flanp an til you nTe called and ax
aminea cue auove. ,
BBIXTINOA Bno .Sole Agenta,
- Piano Dealers and Hakora.
lelT Mo. 237 W. fifth-street, near Plum.
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Which .been luecenfallr aoeompliihed.
GIVE THEM 1 WAL SATISFACTION WARRANTED
i,i ROBERT OBR, Agent,
jel-eodtf Depot Vo, IX Wart Plftktreot.
' rsnnic crNtnn
JL SKW YOUK to L
rrUIEY ARB EXTRA IN HI7.E, AND 0
I H. nl.f, flavor. No mnoliM or labor
aaTed la setting them as.; The object ww to set u
ra of ace hall
era will have
via uueen.town.,.jruian ana
American Boyal MaU Company'.
Screw oteamen.AUHTRA LABI AN,.
A.UMI tun.. hut. llooltlev: KTNA.1
2,a tan., Cant. Anderaon; JUKA. I.HM tnn., Capt.
Moody : KKDA1L, SttJO tun., Capt. Cook : and other
, uuhnulncent and powerful .teamen, will earl from
Naw York every alternate Thumlar for Liverpool,
calling at uueenatowu, to lauq naanonger. ana uu
" ? t. ' bXTK8 OF PASSAGE.
CABIN ST3. Children nnder 12 ye
nrlcji. ttAiiiti, free. The flabln muMenfli
a table amply .upplled with freah provLton. of th
beat uuality. .AO Ualiln reuulalto' twun (won, oeu.
Hina. tAw.ii. Ac 1 ara Drnvitfed bv the Comnany.
Wlntw, apirtu and malt uuore u ba ubtaiuod on
: 8rKKHAOK-30. Children under 12 year, of age
half price. Infante S3. The Steerage paaeenger.
have to provide themvetve. with bed., betiding and
towel. ; auto a knlle aud fbrk each, oua table.apooni
nut teanipoou, one tin plate aud oue drinking can.
1 They will be allowetf provi.lons of th. beat quality
tut niuob a. they can eat. cooked aud aerved by th.
I'nntn-nv'u Mrvanta. and each aiiaanngrr will be aun-
DlltKiwIih three auarta of water dally. Perttona
' wuhlng to aeud for their friend caa obtain oartuv
From Cork to New Tork $30 for adult; children
imHw 19 rur. linir nrlnt.'. ,W I vear fll.V.
from Livetuiiol to ew Tork 40 for adulta;
children uuder 12 year, half price; under 1 year $3.
These steamer are Dillit 01 iron, iu waier-ugnt
compartment., carr7 o ,, .on. . w
and every attention la paid to the comfort and ac-1
Fommodation of pawvnit.r. A they pr;il direct
to LMrit. in arsai ri.a auu ueiar ui cmiihb t
Johu'a i. avoltled. Forpaaiaiie, apply to OOODICVB,
AHKKll, 4 aiLL
Or to our Ageut,
y of calllna at
d. For paaaaiie, apply to UUU11KVI
LL10X, .ISjgrWrt TO"? 'k.
tUi n ju. a. oawiti
. lOUeURrFEACH DEPOT.
No. 194 FottSTH-sT. GoMMKaQiAit Oiiui Bviisuie.
ATfcN AND. AFTEll JUI, B, , 1 WIt.1.
ttmw C. LOnOHBT.
RINK BLIXIKaevui' fall. U our all kind, of dn-
rtle llterua. Ih Kiiinitva. Ovaria. Bladdar
' and Urethra, l'rolapuu. (falliiig) llterle, Iullauiwa-
. ; ion and Ulceration or the Womb, uo matter or now
icing ataudiuatt ormauuUr eurad by tb use of th
' . t . .. ,
Bladame reiora witu picowuv w tin muntoamni
l on or tb beat drngsi.t In the oily : ' .
T.PiliadAli-, .'' "
itnh- .t.- .Mi.HtMwl trt not iu th aablt f
Ina our name to Patau! atedlciue; but kuowloi
lh5 Lady Phj.loiail, end the oiedH i lled th
Uterine Bllxir, we cheerfully recoatnwud it to all
uialea.otferlng from Vemal Dlaeaaeaof any hind;
I purely vegetable, and In ns aaae oau aomv.twi
lar toat tS.aad iur word Su it. you will find rltC
.nolUW.W" F. D. Uftli, DruggLt,
." t.it. I to- -t tm W
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. B.-For aal at thb principal omca, 144 Wert
iiu Jlku. : r.
ol Race aud Flfth-at. ; aud drug.
Biith-et.. between uacoeod Kim,
I. an at corner v u
J rice, V f" , .. .AHa 41. SL-mth.
ea u be
J 'O. flEDEIDBY'8 E. B. O.
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VOL. Ill NO. 145.
CINCINNATI. FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 20, 1860.
TRICE ONE CENT.
Mill iirVfr I --Itl itrVrS ft5?
h: r 1 I I i' 1 1:1 1I I. I. R.
Lit tl Miami IT at lante hater thn Olty Uim.I
Ti3 0 A. M., IS A. M. aad 11 P.M. Oolumbn Ao
conraodatiow, 4 ML Xenla Accommodation, 0
Oiscinbati, Bamimi ui Dattom (T mlontei
farter than City tlm.,1 A. M., Ti3 A. M SiSO
P. M. and A P. M. 'BaUton Aooommodetlon, 8 A.
M. and 3tS P. M.
Ohio axd atnaiaairri til mtnates lowr thaa
CUT Urn, 4tU3 A. M. aaa Si39 P. M. Ixral 111
Accommodation, 9 P. M.
InuuNM Ana OnimATi BaoaT-Liaa Til
minute flower than Oltr time, SidO A. M., lliBO
A. M. an P. M.
MAaianA ARB Oiaotm ATI (T mlantM miter than
Oltr timJ 6ilS A. M. and ,1,30 P. M.
Ootikotov AMD Luisanw lOltr tl,1 5i4S A.
M. and 3i33 P. M.
OiaomaATTt Ricsuok amd Inuiimn-4) A.
M.,9t30P. M..CP. M.
Littli ual-3iS0 A. M.t 8 A. M., lliO A. M.
OniOAN-rMiMirn-Ti30 A. M., 19i98P.lt.
aad & P. M.
Cuoiiiati, HAHitroa Ana Datto Ti49 A. M.,
I)i4 A. M., 1 P. MM S30 P. M., i3S P. M. aad
IltDIAKArOI.il AMD OlMClMDATI 10,13 A. M.,
4 P. M. aad 13 P. M.
MAailTTA AMD ClMCIMMATI 10i3'J A. M. aad
Bil3 P. M.
fWiTTWfrmw amd LniaoTOff -lOtaS A. M. and
4tOH P. M.
ClMCIMMATI, BrCMMOMB AMD ImiAHAMLOl 7l49
A. M.il P. M.t 0i3w P. M.
Kut MAik-ArrlTM 3t30 A.M. and 4i40 P. M.
cloMa at 1 A. M. aad 8 P. M.
BAXTiHoaa, Waamimotom AMD WaiiLiMS. Ar-
rlre. at 3S0 A. M. olom at SF.M.
Br. Louia AMD LociaTiua. ArrlTM at II A. M.
aad 10 P. M.; elom at 1 A. M. and 4 P. M.
Chicaoo amd Moan-WUT. ArriTM at 11 A. M.
and-10 P. M.idoaMatl A. M. and 4 P. M.
Philadelphia has now in service twenty.
three Bteam fire engines. . .
The amount of the annual increase of the
public debt of France under Napoleon III,
is stated at hlly million dollars.
An Irish sailor once visited a city, where
he said they "copper-bottomed the tops of
their nouses Wlin sueet-ieaa. ,
Amone the items in the New York hotel
bills of the Japanese, is 10,000 bottles of
Ralph Farnham. Of Acton. Me., the sole
revivor of the battle of Bunker Hill, is still
living at the age of 164, bale ana hearty.
Antioch College. Ohio, has just graduated
its largest class twenty-tour young men
and six young women.
A new paper is about to be established at
St. Pant, Minnesota, to aid the eanse of Breck-
lnriage.1 ii -; i ,;
'The first bale of new cotton has been re
ceived at New York from the plantation of
Judge K. 0. WoDord, near vuero, Texas.
In Madrid. Spain, recently, three men.
wbile engaged in prayer in a private chapel,
were struck: aeaa py uguining. . .
A Breckinridge pole, which a party of
men were raising, lately, in nay wood county,
Tenn- felb and killed three persons.
Charles J. Burtress. aid-de-camp to Oen.
Wmi fltirlniv thatMnrlcAn War. is suonosed
to nave committeu suiciuo receauj; in woeo
ington, il. U.
Wm. Tatum and Thomas IBone, two Ten
nessee planters, recently engaged in an alter
cation in Shelby County, Tenn., and wounded
, each other aangerousiy.
A married man in Worcester, England, has
. j -i l -.1 i .. I. :
jail for cutting and carrying off one cabbage,
value wree cents.
A tremendous hail storm occurred on the
line of Danville (Va.) Railroad, on Wednes
day, about forty miles above the junction,
extending tor a mile in ares,
' Georcre Pierson. a resident of Shelby
Conntv. Ill- was robbed, some nights since.
of $3,000 in gold, all the money he had in the
s.i 3 M 1 : A t i
""J '", J""'" "Y . -V
I r.rflck in Rockulnd CoUntV, N. X.t ISSt WeCK.
I ao injured himself that he died in a few
A cannon exploded aft Duplin County,
Yn on the lath inst., and mortally wounded
four men, one of whom, John Perry, kied
a few hours.
A few ilavo since. Allen Baker, residing
near Uarrollton, Ma., wont loaning nay
a wason. expressed a wish to lie down, and
instantly expired. .
Joseph Lipplneott, an elderly citizen
Pittsgrove, N. J., fell from a toad of hay
few days since, and broke bis neck,
instantly. ; ,
The steamsbin Frinci Albert arrived
Galway on the 2d inst., in the short passage
of five days and twenty hours from St. Johns,
Thos. H. Darrell left his wife, a few days
sinoe, and alter ward commuted suiciue
Madison county, Am,, on account ui re
In Ht. Petersbnreh. Russia, an Englishman,
Henry Elone, was arrested, some weeks
since, tor attempting the life of the Czar.
' . . T r . J 1 . ..t.
was supposed to do insane iron a uenuui,
A man and his wife committed suicide,
and murdered four children, iu Constanti
nople, recently, from some religious mono
u , , . ... ntt , , - i-
!!A. fellow named Peter Spike died from
I OTer-eatinir. in Bay County, Mo, soma days
I . . -. . ...
since. He was regarded as tne greatest glut
ton in tne state.
Hi.rl from 'locki'aw
County, G,frou. running Vails Into their
A ahild about three years old. son of Stephen
Honna, was suffocated to death in Austin
County, Texas, a few days sine by monster
wm St V... .1 l .al. llmHk.
i wo men, uw. i.m u Mn u.u.cH.
recently, to tjampoeu
I feet on the same day. ,
I nent home.
Paul Mnrnhv. after nassinz a few weeks
New York, will take his final departure
Tlr!ntr laat vear no less than 669 airricultu-
. " P. . t.A i .i.:.
raj ariicitsa wore ukwuku iu u.t w... j .
I , , , fc - . , . . , , l
I these lit were seed planters, 113 harvesters,
I I 58 cultivators, 43 plows, 42 churns, stc.
By the census, Hartford and New Have
wrllfaThihit an increase of about 40.000
their population of 1850. They have nearly
doubled during the last decade , -., i j i
A lady near Farmingham Falls, Me.
day bar row aj la two acres of grain, and
next morning gave birth to a nnej fuU-siied
baby. ! '
A snake was killed one day last week,
th mrm or sir. u. j. Mills,
which measured twelve fu
five inches through in tho largest part of
Asahel I. Judd, of Bethany, , Conn
Is, near Rochester,
feet in length
1 aawaiS: aar. afar
milted uiold last week, by shooting himself.
He was tb father of the young man fouud
drowned In th river a Drby, a few week
Pleasant Balloon Voyage In New York
Jesse Johnson, an aeronaut, made an ascen
sion In bla balloon, the "Comet," from Syra
cuse, N. a few days since. la his account
published in the Syracuse Journal he lays:
After attaching the car and putting; aboard
a couple of bags of sand, and every thing
being ready, I took my departure from the
beaatiful city of Syracuse. The balloon
ascended rapidly nearly perpendicular to the
altitude of one and a half miles. Unwilling
to go further from so lovely a scene, I checked
roe ascent, ana siowiy retracea my steps
until at an elevation sufficient to render the
view most impressive. Here I conld onlv
regret that I was not possessed of the com
manrTof language to describe the beauties
oeneatn me. iiangnago is inadequate; it
must be seen to be realized. A light haze on
on the distant, horizon, prevented me from
seeing Curaga, Seneca, or even Lake Ontaria
plainly, aiuiougn 1 counted eigut small lanes;
plainly to be seen.
The appearance of Oneida Lake was beau
tiful beyond description. I was particularly
struck with the unique appearance of the
Salt Works when directly over them. My
course from Syracuse was almost impercepti-
Dlv toward the norm-weal, until i was over
Salina Lake, when the "Oomet," as to have a
little fun at the expense of my temerity,
suddenly halted, positively refusing to go
lartner, ana commencea uescenaing siowiy,
as if intent on havings bath. I could not
think this unreasonable in the "Comet, al
though on try part it seemed quite superflu
ous, as 1 naa taken a oatn tn tna morning;
besides, I preferred bathing on the beach, tc
being ducked by the "Comet" as a boy would
drown a kitten.
The ajronaut, however, escaped the dan
ger uninjured, and landed in safety. .
Demolition of the Bastile at Palermo.
A late letter from Palermo, Sicily, says: 1
Two days ago the Pretorio issued a procla
mation, in which it called upon the citizens
to come ana nelp in aemoiisning tne luce 01
the Castello-a-Mare looking toward the town.
This Castello was, from the most ancient
times, the Bastile of Palermo. It was rebuilt
and strengthened by Charles V to curb the
turbulant population, and has ever since been
used as a citadel and State Prison. It occu
pies the point of the peninsula which formerly
guarded the entrance to both the ports of
Palermo. One of the ports having been alto
gether filled up, and the other being consid
erably reduced, it has lost all its importance
as a work directed against ships. The face
toward tne sea, aitnougn looKing 01a ana
neglected, has, however, the advantage
forming, as it were, a continuation of the
wall of the town. It will be, therefore, pre
served and strengthened.
The proclamation to demolish this hated
object brought hundreds of 'volunteer work
men, wno assemoiea in tne ainerent quarters
of the town, and, provided with crowbars,
axes and spades, went in companies of fifty
and more to help in the demolition. Every
I one of the troops had contrived to fret a band
I of music, and the work began with cheering
and singing. Never did men, women and
onuaren worn naraer witnout oemg pua
it. Not the last among the workmen were
the monks of the different religions commit
tees, especially the mendicant friars, Capu
chins, Franciscans, kc. Whole monasteries
seemed to have turned out, and went lustily
to work. You could see It was a work
love, or rather of hatred. The whole day,
the place was crowded with spectators beside,
who encouroced by their applause every suc
cessful step in the work of (demolition.
wis ardour taste, tuore win euuu ue unit,
A New and Valuable Fire Arm.
The National Intelligencer has recently
been shown, by Lorenzo Sibert, Esq., and
Colonel J. M. McCne, both of Augusta County,
V irginia, a model ot a breecn-loading repeat
ing fire-arm, the invention of the former gen
tleman, who has taken the necessary steps
procure a patent for his improvements. .
The gun is provided with a conveniently
arranged iiagazine, capable of containing
over one nundrea cartridges at once, accord
ing to the length of the barrel used.
The gun loads at the breech, and
either supply itself with cartridges from
magazine or oe loaded ny nana, n aiso
a novel and most convenient arrangement
for removing the case after the cartridge
been fired, and is capable of being discharged
in the most rapid succession, until the mag
azine is exhausted.
The crun is capable of almost any range.
and can be made as accurate for point-blank
shooting as any gun in use, and it is capable
of being used with equal benefit either as
musKet, caroiue, nuo ur piatui, as won
the purposes of the hunter as of tho soldier.
This invention is fiimnla. of few carta,
of course can be cheaply constructed, while
we can now perceive scarcely any limit
its capaoiutieg or eiiecuveness.
Am Orator Attach so for Debt. There
came a reverend gentleman to Boston
Anniversary Week to make a great speech.
He naa lormeny uvea in ma. vicinity
contracted debts that he was not carcm
oav. A friend to whom he owed a
knowing he was expected to make a
speech, got writ prepared; and when
speech was about to come off, the officer
The leaders found out that
speaker was about to be carried oft and
became pledged to the officer, if he would
leave the speaker, the money should be forth
coming on the next day.
Pbssent High Price ov Provisions in
bopb. The fcngusb, journals teem witn
plaints of the high price of provisions,
writers from France . state that meat
never before so dear in that country as at
present time. To confirm this statement
following list of prices it given of the charges
in r axis, w e reduce ue rates tp American
currency : Fillet or beet, 48 cents per pound
UK rump siean, (ana reariuny toupn
aM 1 01 .. t . tiinrt Inferior luf f nr inulr
n Kama 1 I , ,l trt in r.nti ttAtind' nrH
ri . . - T ' . . r n.I
nafv intntB rtf v.u inn tn u 1 1 in ra -aa
the pound. Salmon is sold at 84 cents
pound. A single -mackerel -costs 24
Vegetables and ftuit were never known to
so dear as now. '
Bdhmib RacRBATioxa in Niw OblbanI.
The New Orleans OucMf of July 10, gives
a Bummary of the pastimes in that city on
single previous day: une auei; two
fights between respectable gentlemen;
Coroner's inquests; a shooting of two persons
nnt ,.(iut.raul ilk an V writ v ia th rl I ffl Ptl
(one probably fetally) by a steamboat watch-
man, wno nrea uvo time at a uiuuuat
clerk, as the latter was endeavoring
"dodge" behind persons in -the 'neighborhood
of the affray; one highway robbery;
nlfiriA' thr-aa arrears on chartre of murder
two bad, cutting array, wim unives;
burglaryj ThatTiS'a nice quiet town
peace-loving people 1 -
Cnaions PoHifliiMEHT or A 8tlVl.--A
1 TT Veaa
0 irIltJU XlOUr.Tl UOO LPCQU lUUHU EUUvJ
manslaughter ia causing the death of a
low-elavi at CharlcstonTB. C, and sentenced
to t waive months imprisonment, every
month to be solitary, and to receive at
oomm (noement of every I months i
l-ak A. tl, - ..nlratinn nf till, t.irn,
(-mediately sold without the limit
and tne gtate, or be imprisoned for ten years,
tnft i '
A Literal "Post Obit" Bonp. An
t.. I nAt.m K I V ht. A aA nhvtttt-Iirn
130, and was unabl to pay it, has deeded
the doctor his body, for dissection, after
decease. Th doctor has accepted the
,1 1: .';
and givn receipt in iu. 7
The Palace and Imperial Manners of Japan.
, , The Japanese correspondent of New York
Journal of Commtree, says :
Mr. Harris says nothing could be plainer
than the Imperial Palace. It is of great ex
tent on the ground, but, on account of earth
quakes, only one story high. The posts are
of hewn timber, planed and lacquered, while
the coiling and walls are made of thin lac
quered boards, without plaster, or paper, or
rich ornaments, or Eliding. All neat and
handsome, but unostentatious and inexpen
sive. ' The floor was covered by thick mats
instead of carpets, like those in use in ordi
nary houses. The throne il a plain affair,
made of lacquered wood also, while all the
furniture in the Hall of Audience was two
seats for Mr. Harris and bis Secretary and
Interpreter, and a table. A screen was
placed before the throne, behind which sat
the Emperor with his three brothers and five
or six chief Ministers aronnd him.
Mr. Harris was admitted to approach as
near as these were, as had been agreed, when
he simply made three bows, having before
stated that was all which was done in au
diences of the greatest sovereigns of the west,
and this was satisfactory to the Emperor and
his Court. He then made a short address to
the Emperor, to which, in a tew words, the
Emperor replied with a smile on his face,
which Mr. Harris was able to see. despite the
screen, after which he retired. On the oc
casion some four hundred' or five hundred
princes and nobles were present, all upon
their knees, according to immemorial usage.
Mr. Harris says the Emperor wears a dress of
silk and a black lacquered hat or cap, with
out diamonds or jewels in his dress or oh any
part of bis person, nor does be wear any thing
like a crown, shaving most of his head and
bringing the spared hair forward over his
forehead in a pig tail, just as you see with the
most humble Japanese servants in the Em
bassadors suite with you.
Every thing is in the most simple style,
even in the Imperial Palace, Mr. Harris at
one time saying ne did not tbink it cost the
Kmperor above vduu per annum lor nis taDie
and wardrobe, which, however, was prob
ably intended to be taken with a liberal ex
tention. Economy, however, is a great virtue
with the Japanese, to encourage which
strip of JitK-tkm is sent with every letter
from an official, whatever the subject, to re
mind the receiver that their ancestors were
once poor fishermen, and therefore all their
descendants should not be ashamed of in
dustry and economy. Two of these singular
and instructive mementoes have accompanied
letters sent even to me, which might teach
no needless lesson if attached to a pole and
carried through Wall-street, Broadway and
several New York avenues, to say nothing
half a dozen other places.
Diversion of an Immense Fortune Into
A remarkable instance of the diversion into
philanthropic channels of an immense for
tune, is given Inascrap of history respecting
Thomas G-rey. the founder of the hospital at
Southwark, England, bearinghis name. Wt
are told that Grey bad formed a matrimonial
engagement with his servant girl, and just
previous to the wedding-day had ordered the
pavement before his door to be mended,
marking a particular stone as the furthest
Limit of the proposed repairs. His fiancee,
noticing a portion of the pavement being
left unrepaired, calling the attention of the
workmen to it, and was told that Mr. Grey
had forbidden them to extend their operations
so far. The girl, presuming upon her sup
posed power over her lover, ordered uie
workmen to continue their labors, and added,
"Tell him I bade you, and he will not get
angry." Bnt she had reckoned without her
boat: f8f Grey, ori perceiving that a change
had been made in his positive orders, involv
ing an additional outlay of a few shillings,
renounced his Intention of marrying the
girl, and at tho age of seventy-five years
formed the design of building the hospital
In erecting the structure he expended
nearly $100,000, and to endow it ho left the
further and munificent sum of $1,100,000.
An idea of bis wealth may be obtained from
the fact, that besides making many of his re
latives happy with annuities, and giving
large sums to various charities during his
I'fn Tna tuinataatltoil n.arl half miflinit
dollars to bo divided among all who could
prove themselves in any degree related to
him. History is mute respecting the manner
in which the almost bride bore her dis
appointment. There is no evidence, how
ever, of her having played the heroine's part
in an Ejjie Carttang mclo-drama, nor are we
told whether the indignant old gent left her
the least legacy as a salve for her wounded
pride. All we know is, that the assumption
of mistress-ship a few hours too soon, se
cured for England one of her finest hospitals,
and placed the name of Thomas Grey on re
cord as the largest private contributor to
benevolent objects known to English history.
and i amounted to iuuu.utnAajOi tuns.
to I wnicli, piled up six met nign, wouiu
Sopplt aho Statistics or Coai. M. de
Carnal, one of the owners of coal mines in
Prussia, in a statistical work on coal digging,
states that the quantity of coal dug in 1657
t n fj
I not appear to affect trade
. I AlnA..l. 1,A Itltlal. Envitv writAB t
rwitia ivuv n, ' . v.- u.v,, ....
1 1 V
I after the opening of trade with a people who
pare unuotw mnot duui.i; "
to Internal trade, is not abort beginning. W hen
the Embassy returns, aud shows the Japan,
oue ese how much they still lock for the supplj
UI all lue cuuuurio lucj mtui.. vtijwj. woum.
but little reason to fear that the trade be
tween them and the United States will
Amelioration or Clerks in England,-
The- English ladies are endeavoring
geographical mile. The lands from which
the coal is procured is estimated at 8,000
square miles, and the mean depth of the bed
of coal at about thirty-one feet. The mass of
coal then known to exist would form a cube
of ten miles. If this enormous bulk of coal
oe compared with the quantity annually con
sumed, it is confidently believed that there
is onough to last for 30,000 years. The cal
culations of thirty-one feet for the mean
depth of the bed is low, for the coal-fields iu
some places extend fifty-five, 134 and 165
feet. The coal-fields of Great Britain yield
63,000,000 of tuns of coal per year, and it has
been estimated by competent judges that En
gland alone would furnish enough coal for
the consumption of the whole of Europe for
4,000 years. !
Tub Japanbsb Traps Unaffected by the
Troubles Turks. The troubles in Japan do
collective trade of the three ports during the
first six months after their opening Dy treaty,
has been not short of 1,000,000, and the pro
fits sueh as rarely fitU to the lot of merchants,
even in the East. The tea is excellent, and
has been sent in considerable quantity to
thO American market, and silk promises to
realize better prices than the Chinese; 2,000
piculs of raw silk, he is informed, worth say
11,000,000, have been shipped, and yielding,
ha ia assured, a profit of 40 per cent. Five
million dollars' worth in the first six month.
u 1 -V A-asaaia- " "-" - .
fel. 11 ameliorate the condition of the poor dry
goods clerks of London." Seventy-five ladie
o I two o'clock, and many others will follow
n , example. '"' i'
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of the highest rank, from the still beautiful
Duobess ot soutneriana uownwnru. nave,
lik the Maccabees, "bound themselves
I strong vow" not to (hop on natnrdays alter
:A Prison Blown Up by Gunpowder.
Carmichaels, Greene County, Penn., a
days ago, some persons got a Keg of powder
ana at night placed it under a new prisun
court, or erection at vuat place, ana setung
1 Or to It, blew tn tiruotur to piece. ,.
Sentiauntion of the Civil War in Syria—
Horrible Murders and Masacres.
A correspondent of
dated Bulrut, June 10, gives the following
account of the terrible civil war now going
on in Syria)
The plot thickens, and I fear that the doom
of the people is sealed. About 100 of the
Hasbeyans arrived hero yesterday With blood
stained garments, and with a bloody history
of their sufferings and the fate of their com
panions. Concealed under the dead bodies
of more than 1,200 of their friends and rela
tives, they spent a long and terrible night
and, after the fiends who had accomplished
this awful tragedy left the spot, supposing
that none had escaped to tell the talo, these
fugitives reached the coast near Tyre, and
came to Beirut in boats, i
It was a Bad story they told; and as they
counted over to our devoted missionaries the
names of the Protestants whom they saw
butchered in cold blood, the hearts of these
pious men sank within them. But two of
the entire Protestant community were living
when the refugeet left llasheiye, and these
were dreadfully wounded, perhaps family.
The American Churcn, and all the mission
property, was consumed, and those benighted
natives who hod been brought to a knowl
edge of the truth by tho American missiona
ries, and so Instructed by them as to be able
to sustain their own pulpit and schools with
native preachers and teachers, were all cut
down, and the Protestant mission blotted ont!
How mysterious are the ways of Providence!
Hasbeiya contained about six thousand in
habitants, and was governed by a family of
Moslem Princes of the Great Shehaab family.
Seventy Princes of this name were also mur
dered, together with the Moslem Judge, his
son, and about thirty other Moslems, who
had incurred the hatred of the Druses.
The large district of Merj Ayum, west of
Hasbeiva, contains a number of Christian
villages, and is governed by a Metouali Chief
Known as Moi.omniea Bey. ibe uetouans
are followers of Ali, the grandson of Mo
homet, and are often at enmity with the
Moslems. They have all the cunning and
treachery of the latter, as mav seen in his
treatment of the Christians. This Chief
promised to protect the Christians of his dis
trict irora tne uruses provided tney would
pay him the sum of one hundred thousand
piasters which they collected and paid. He
then coolly informed them that he had re
ceived orders from the Pasha not to resist the
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must take care of themselves. It is feared
they have shared the fate of the Hasbeiyaus
ere this. ,
The convents that have heretofore afforded
so much aid and comfort to weary pilgrims
and travelers, have been plundered and
burned, and those comfortable looking old
monks have been slaughtered witnout mercy.
Deivil Mekollls. or the Convent of Salvation,
which stood upon a peak of Lebanon near
Sldon, was not only attacked and plundered,
but literally pulled down, and forty-five of
: . . . . - i i ' nl. n ' - rt . . :-
lis inmates luuruereu. iuo rriem. nabiuus,
in his letter of appeal to the Consnl. savs :
"Our convents have been plundered and
burned, and property that has remained in
the possession of our order for more than
one hundred and seventy-five years, has
been carried away, and our monks have
been slaughtered like lambs, and none have
been saved but those whose life is destined
to be long. These things are pleasing
neither to God nor allowable by the justice
of governments. , - . .
Fbailty or thb Fbbnoh Dynasties. I have
have watched the change of dynasties in
Paris for the last forty years. Each has fallen
from its own incapacity. Fresh promises are
always xeadv to take the place ol their pre
decessors; but they are never fulfilled, and
the same ruinous course is entered on anew.
I have known, and indeed, in some instance,
been intimate with most of the men of the
dav. Among them were some of distin'
guished talent, and the best intentions, but
thev did not last. Sometimes they were no
better than their predecessors, and often
turned out even greater rofuos. no govern
ment has yet kept faith with the people; none
has looked on its own interests as of subor
dinate importance to the public good, Until
that happens uo power will be permanently
established in France. The nation has always
been deceived, and will now oe deceived
again. Then again, too, will it punish these
frauds and tricks, ana tor mat it is already
ripe and strong, Jlumboktt i Letteri,
An Attorney in thb Wbono Box. The
Charleston (S. 0.) Courier says that the other
day a stranger a lawyer from another
State visited the court-room, and walked
immediately within the bar, and took a seat
among tne prisoners, ah eyes were imme
diately directed toward him as a new comer.
Supposing that his neighbors were all law
yers, he inquired of the one nearest hlmwhat
case was before the court. After some little
hesitation, and a repetition of the question,
he was answered: "Wall, it's my case; they
say I stole a horse, but I didn't The stran
ger soon left the court. : '
Pbculubitibs op thb Frsnch Pboplb anp
Govbrnmknt. It was stated in the recent
debates in the Corps Legislatif that out
the 36,000,000 souls in France, 20,000,000
never saw woolen goods of any sort. It has
also been recently asserted that 26,000,000
people tnero never eat meat oitener man
once a week. Paris annually consumes 2U8,
000,000 pounds of vegetables; the market
gardens near Paris cover more than 2,760
acres, use 2.160,000 glass bells, 360,000 panes
of glass, (over hot-beds,) oocupy 9,000 people.
1,700 horses, consume j.18,ouu wortn
manures, return $2,700,000 by sales of vege
Glory or tbs Pbbsbnt Aoi. It is a priv
ilege to have lived in an aga so stirring,
pregnant, so eventful. It is an age never
be fortrotten. Its voice of warning and en
couragement is never to die.i . Its impression
on history is indelible. , Amid it events,
the American Revolution, the first distinct
solemn assertion of the rights of men, and
the French Revolution, that volcanic force
which shook the earth to its center, are never
to pass from men' minds. Over this age
night will indeed gather more and more
I1IUD lull WI, VU, U tUWt .ttu . " w.aup
will appear Washington and Napoleon-
the one a lurid meteor, the other a benign,
serene and undeoaying star. CTianmnj.
RavnsH or a Obeat Russian Expedition,
Threa veara ami a Russion expedition, sailed
tor voyage around tne worm, oeing mteq
out bv Government for the purpose of mak
ing scientific investigations, kc. During
last month th vessel returned to port, having
been so badly injured that her return
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eaulusU'tuo cturinw yt an. vu udi Mtt.m,
the Grand Duke Constantino went on board.
and, as a manifestation of bis admiration
the, conduct ot tne omcerg, ue at once
the captain an admiral, aud likewise
moted ait u e otner omcers.
- Gabibai.pi kotDbstinbpto Assassination
I A letter from Ueuoa in toe ram axecie
to I' 'Garibaldi does not appear destined to pensn
. - - - a a , ,
bythe poignard, as wm teared by some
hi" friends. We learn from Messina that
famous Bosco, who accepted the mission
assassinate him for 25,000. has not bad
courage to commit the crime, but has, on
contrary, nao an audience oi tue wemnu,
whom be mane important revewtiou.
' Itnnnin ana ' Vfnll v. John Farrel. B
ten of Bell County, Texas, had started
with hua uut Ibu
a thmiBa.n dollar- and bow much mora
not known, was murdered within seven
nr Ht, tnn. ana tna 1QQQBT carrieu awav,,
I affadr Ha otxaisa gnat ii. am. .
Artificial Ornamental Woods.
Boxwood is becoming so scarce, that nieces
of suitable sizes for wood engraving cost a
considerable price, and even then it can not
be found of sufficient size for large cuts, and
consequently blocks are made up of small
pieces, eitner gtuea or screwea togemer. i ne
blocks thus made are objectionable; because
two pieces of wool wil not always be of the
same density or qunlity, and, as a result, tho
encraver cuts IrrcBularlT in passing over the
mninirs. unless il De neia in a very skimiui
band, and the joint does not always keep
perfectly close, consequently in printing from
such a block a white line shows across the
nictura where tho iolnina occurs. To obviate
these difficulties, and to lesson the cost, a
method has been contrived of making arti
ficial boxwood, and, indeed, all kinds ot or
namental woods artificially.
In this process the manufacturer takes some
suitable cheap wood beech, maple, pine, or
friar, for instance and having cut it into
proper slices, steeps it in a chemical bath to
remove tne resin, gum, or otner oojociionauie
inoredients. He then dries it uutil it be
comes quite porous, and then in an exhausted
vessel he fills the pours, by pressure, with
the serum ot bullock s Diooo, witn marine
irlue. common ulue-or with any other suit
able liquid cement. When in this state of
saturation it is submitted to a crushing pres
sure, bv which the woody fibres are brought
as close together as they are in the best box
wood, nil the cement Doing driven out, ex
cept what is barely sufficient to hold the
fibres together in their new position. Each
mock is men noooea. pianea aown to an
exact tvne thickness, the surface bleached.
and the material is then fit for use. It is
stated that bv this process a substance pos-
sensing an tne requisite uuiuuk;cuioi.v, umu
ness, and absence of pores, is obtained, and
ot any desired size.
Emoi.irh Brutality amp Amkricah Morals.
T 1. .. 12.U:Mn-n A ' . h w-0 nf M.t.loal
lug 1, nib, mi, It, Anw kuii, wi n.j "i . v . .uu.
upon the London journals tor tneir impudent,
brazen-faced cant about the bad state of
morals in America, takes up the police report
of a single London daily, and snows a state
ot coarse, beastly, sensuality and nara cruelty
in the domestic character of what is there
even considered good society,; that goes be
yond anytning in tnis country, oaa as our
large cities have become mainly through
the r.nrruntincr infusion of foreign manners
and morals. -Atter printing tne aetaiis oi
few cases, the .American savs:
There is a degree or bard Drutaiity aoout
all the cases that is absolutely appalling, and
we are not at a loss to aeciue as w wuicu
the worst symptom, the cool manner
which the reports aro made up, or the un
paralleled impudence that must sustain
London editor in preparing bis s'trictures on
American character. One would suppose
that a community of dogs and goats wonld
he ashamed of a similar state of morals, and
that the most pert and conceited quadruped
in such a community would hardly have the
effrontery to assail hiB neighbors wbile his
1 Official Brctality in Canapa An Old
Man Killbo by Abuse. At Culross. Canada,
a few days since, George Davenport, school
teacher, an infirm old man, was arrested
a constable named McGreeor for forging
order on the trustees of the school where
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naa wen teacninr, tut a ibw uuuore.
Gregor handcuffed the poor old man, and
threw him into a lumber-wagon, in which
helpless condition be drove him from Walk
ertown to Culross, at full speed, over cross
ways and every thing that came before him,
the result of which was that poor Daven
port's head was so smashed up and injured
that be died from the effects of the treatment
be hod received in a day or two afterward.
A warrant for manslaughter was issued
against the brutal officer, but before it could
be served ne naa escaped. -
The German Virw of the Conpition
Sicily. It is stated that during the confer
ence at Baden, the Prince Resent of Prussia
directed the attention of the august assembly
tn the Rt-ftt.ti of affairs in Itulv. The Prince
Regent is said to have declared that tho Sar
dinian government was already overrun
revolution, and that if no attention were
paid to the further course of events,
Europe might be threatened by revolutionary
agitation. It is also said that Baron Schlei
nitz has been ordered to draw np a circular
! t -u- ji.i .r t.
note, lilt' J I ui ui ht, tua uipiuuinvtu .kouw
Prussia abroad of what bad passed at
interview at Baden, in tins note particular
mention will be made of the words pro
nounced before Napoleon by the Prince
Regent on the affairs of Italy.
A Cow Apopts a Strange Calf as
Own. John Richardson, who resides
Peoria. 111., has a cow which had a calf
six months ago. She is suffered to roam
large through the day with other cows oi
citv. and about a week since commenced
coming home witb her ndder drained.
continued, much to the perplexity and
noyance oi tne ianiuy, tin i uesuay evening,
when she explained the whole matter
bringing home a calf with her. The
was about a week old, and was evidently
k. nurn.lwtinoimnriibla .vat she displayed
all the affection and anxiety of a mother
it. When It was taken from her and placed
in a pen. she was abont frantic, aud seemed
determined to break into the inclosure which
Wholesome Adtiob to Sdopkeepers
Don't think you are making a bargain
von nlipa-t a r.natttmar: for. in the loner
all such operations will turn out quadruple
Don t nesrlect vour regular business, think
ing to do better at some outside enterprise;
tbo chances are ten to one you will not
Don't get excited about politics, unless
are auite sure that the election of vour candi
date will be better tor your Dusiness, ana
the country, than the otner man.
The Usefulness or Women. The delicate
female band, the most beautiful and
instrument in tbe world, once thoroughly
edcated, the whole world of design i
to ner. ana tne neia. oi uer isuor ta uuuu
les. There is scarcely an article of
manu&cturai in which we nave advanced
much beyond the rude old i Saxon
Every article of household use, as far as
is concerned, has. to be reformed,
will be, as our tastes advance, rt ny,
should not the trained female artist hasten
share the work with herbrotner artistr
Mom Women Lboally ; Aoooittbo
M.n. The records ot the English
show that more women are acquitted
men. Daring the year 1869, o: tne men
were proceeded against summarily, 68.T
cent, were conviowd by th , Magistrates;
the women, only 53.8 per ceiu, auierence
of nearly 16 pi r cent, t his fact is stated
D BO tATOUguOU. criminal Buumiica.
cause is assigned, by a distinguished
on the subject, to leniency toward th
ine woratug ui vua oauio imiiicuv una
observable also in Instances in our
H.j i.ulJl '
A Usxrufa DigcoviBY.r-rA Bolgiaa,,
Stiuhen, of Ghent, bus made a discovery
t-f..t. .L-.- t- ...tit... 1 r i,n
wnicn way uo ui auuie utititv. t. i, .tit,
rusting of nails employed to fusten
branches of fruit' trees ta walls can be
by knocking; into the wall at tbe
time of the nail, a piece of tine. .In giving,
few days ago, 'an 'account of tbe discovery
th Agricultural Society of Ghent, M.
produced pails which bad been eight years
walls in contact with a piece of lino,
which war not at all rusty,
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
AdvartawaMBta not noMdlnf It. ltm (aru .
On iaa-rtitj Qltl lartloBSn.41 !
1-4 inrtion. "l .0 I 94 Hi
Larger advert lmtt inaarted at th fcllowlng rat
Ikr Qor f tea uaet or low
On lnMrion.9 til') la-Htona--. t
lnrtion 1 A 111 do,
' "'' job iRirrriN
la all Its branches Ion with aata and ilaaaAck.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
principal orr ICE.
NO. TT W. FOVRTH-HTRBKTt
PIKK'H OPKHA HOU8K,
T!P OFFBH TO THB JTBtlO THK
ft WhMler A- W'ilaon Hewlua Machine, with im
portant ImrovemnntH, and to meet the demand for a
good, low-priced Family Machine, have Introduced a
NEW STYLE, working upon the same principle, and
malting tne faine itm n, Tnoujcn no. so nigmy nn
Uhed.at riFTY-riV bol.LARS. Mt m
The entrance, sp d, noite leanness aud ilmplicftTOfl
the Machine, the beauty and strength of stitch, be
liiK ALiaa oh both mtn, impossible to Kel, and
tearing no chain or ridire on the under side, the
economy of thread and adaptability to the thickest
or thinnest fabrics, has rendered this the moat suc
cessful and popular family be wing Machine now
At our Yariona effloes we tell at New Tork prices,
firl ariva lust motions, free of charce. to enable nvr-
ehasers to sew ordinary seams, hem, fell, qifllt.
gather, btna ana luca, an on ue same aiaciune, ana
Head or call for a circular ooatainiug fall partlcu
iVM. MFMNKR dc CO.
lata, prices, testimonials, etc.
No. a SEWING MACHINE...
IT IS WFLL rNDERITpHBYM4NTV
r Ac'TI KkTlrt and all tboa who um Sinner', ill
chin, that thoy will do
I GREATER VARIETY Of WORK,
Will DO MORE WORK. AND
WILL DO IT IN BETTER STtU
Than oaa bo dun an any other Maohln. 8IS(ir.
R'S FAMILY MACHINES, 853 aad
arClnclnnati Office, No. 8 Salt rutu-lb-.tret.
masn-ar J AS. 8 K A H HON, Aot,
0 FAMILY SEWING MACHINES I
no it wes r uunu-Biixcu
THOME IN WANT nw A GOOD SEW.
1NU MACHINE ar Invited to Manila ours
belor vurchaaing lewur. . ....
Mo. 4 Wat rurth, n alaira.
i g .. ,,; 1 PJ BP, ja an",
1-a m 1 1 TCT 1 f t-f
JUST RECEIVED PER STEAMER
oWenoua,' . .
73,00(1 teet Tenneaa itoa veaar, ana ior sal
at very low prloe.
I.yilll ttuar r enre rueta ,
t.nnil LocuHt Fence Poet.;
4O.0O0 Fuel articles Buarda;
Order, for Vedar Board.. JolaUk Poata. Floorina.
Ac, filled at ahort notice.
loo.ftin ft. aeaa'd i.i and j in. 1st com. rai Lumber;
UHi.niA ft. aeaa'd 1. IX. 2 and t in. clear do. do. :
Mm. mm ft. aecond antf third common do. do. :
6uu,uuo ft. Pine, Poplar, Oak aad Homluck Jolat aud
All well aeaeoned, and will be aold low for caah, or
on abort tuna, to maa room ior aw tcs, ny
Thos. W. Fairln & Co.,
Wholetal. and Retail Lumber Dealer,
mm lira on iu.imodi. viiiv.it
aud next to u a. ana u.tt.tt. iwpoi.
M. II. Cook. A. M. Cook.
1YI. EC. COOK & CO.,
GREAT WESTERN PLANING KILL
BBTW-IN IirTH AND SIXTH-STUEKTS, OIH-
rf CONSEQITBNpB OP HAVING EN
TIRELY abandoned building In tba city, and
turned our attention to pre pari off building materia la
erery aescripnon, we oaa aaioiy wy vnac our ax
rlcnca In the bunineas and our lacilltlee enable u
ofTr InrlnctimenU tobaildora In the eltr and at a
distant unnuTpaMd, If atiuaWd, by attjr other alul-
lar aataDiianmeni in ine weet.
We also manufacture Veneen of all deaerlvtlona
and keop on band an aaaorttnent of Mahogany, Bum
wood. Walnut ana uak veneen. Alio, iiu uaoKiu
for PIcturee and Looking-glaivfi.
f . a. wa nareju-i receifea lony .itonaana feet
Bed Cedar, of fine Quality, which we can anil at
leea price than tt haa aver been aold Cor in thli mar
ADAMS, PECKOVER & CO.
Have removed the Salea-room of the
ALLIGATOR COAL COOKISG STOTE
From No. 333 Fourth, to th.lr new .tore, -
8. W. CORNER OF FIFTH AND EM.
N. B. Order new riivd at oar naw
Corner of Front and Central-av., or at our
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ADVERTISE IN THE
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CANDY I CANDY!
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MANUrj.CTUf.Elt tWHOLESIlE DEALER
FINK AND TUVi CANDIES,
NO. 4 MAIN-STREET, CINCINNATI, O.
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: NOTICe OF ASSIGNMENT, :
THE I'NnEHitH.NEn UAVK BERN Al
POINThb and qualified liy th. Piob.Ut luri
aa AaeiKnaua of Henry Moa for the beut-St of hi.
creditor. Tbuae indebted will Bla aayer.nt.and
all haTlneUln will p,nt tl...ni. u'"t-
. j,ll-claw . i- AlACet.
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