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CINCINNATI DAILY PRESg
tayobllshed dally (floudayx not woe, tad) by
UKNHY KKMU As CO.
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Tiwi-TmitT, ow. ewroa-aocis.
Tit OlNtUNSATI DAILY PBBB9 Is d.llverea lo
ubscrlbers In Cincinnati, Oovlngtoa end.
umrandlng cltiM and towns, at
n .-, ' the extremely sow i If
J Erloe ol t '
iteh Cents a week,
iuu o cabeiix.
Meet KtKfl. Btngle oopM, 9 cental 1 month,
40 cental 3 mont
rinllB MOST NOTEL, TTNTQUK AND EX-
i KnuuiinAni iixniDinon upon mi, win
TUB CITY LOT,
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, AUO. 9, 10, II,
t'jmm.n'-ln.; Thursday ntflht. AFTERNOON PUB.
roiniAScKM far t'.milt. on FRIDAY and BAT
VRDAY, commencing at 7'i o'clock. TU. Night
rerforlnanc to eommenc at i.
AdmlMton SO cnt. Children 39 emits.
'JTlxlm Montor Sliow
In not a Gircua nor a Menagerie, but a Ornnd Expo
sition oi inn
WONDERS OF NATURE AND ART,
Inclttdtnir tha lVrfrmanci of BUhiy-tralned Ani
mals Hem ark Kb 1 1 Kiplolta of Athletic Power, Afil
Hyaud KquMtrianlain, the Feat of Dancing and
Crick norneo, and tiBAND HllTODliOMATlC
Amnnir the, nrturinAl frntiircit nf tlm (J mat htW ill
in ine Arena.
An Elephant that Walk the Tight-rope!
And oth.r Zoological Phenonj.no.
FRANK DREW, tli well-known Oomodian
und Man ul Fun, will make IiIh first appearance in
rmclunatt as Jester to the utrcie.
MAO'LLE ELLA 7.0YAH A, the greatest of
Miuvimv nuos, will mane uer uni appoarance in
Ibll cltjr; and oth.r novelties of the utmost attract
ive power w 111 lie presented, which will be descrllied
at longtn in tn. inn. ot tne oay.
D. McLAllKN, Hole Proprietor.
W. C. PRFSTON, Contracting Agent.
CtlAS. WABKER, Manager end Treasurer. '
aqr Will aUn exhibit at Covington, on WEUN K8-
1AI, Anguit 8. anz-n
performed by M enter tfaou.
Portrait of liincoln, aoc. ; " Om
r. ' (UuuttvM d fcaa.j or
Arthur. 5 cents: "Get out of the
Wllderneiw" aud "Dixwy'i Land,''
ntur'a Kami, '.'i
l..IL i ullli li.iplrult nf lliiiiirln.. M rullt,.
.w Muilc H orn ull partaof tho ucmitry oonstantly
" JOHN CHUKrH, Jll.,
bu ' DO Wont ronrth-.t.
d -tt!. MUDAI. PIANt-THB BFST IN
. AM Kit ICA . Mteck dt UlUDi) ( ol
Y'oih, iHin-erful toned double!
twudation t-'onccrt Piuuoe, pro-1
oovneed by Llntz.'f hntbrg and other
a..3 .. !..- Un l.a.t In . lurunnn
M will veil lower for cash than any "other delr tit
tlvtoltr. Planoe nd Blplodnona tuned and repalmd
OU.ir.-titrltlv Puinnai tn l.tt fit t rutll Sti in Slfj IM1 UUUr.
Musical instrument oclliniT at hftlf-nrice. Vo
tot bay or rent Plauo until you bare oalled and x-
ft'Hlned the a hove.
BUITTINO A BUO Solo Afntu,
Pianfi nanUni anil Makerf..
117 No. 227 W. fiUb-fltrtMtt, nw Pluin.
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
Don't Read This I
THE MOST WONDERPIJTa DISOOV.
BUT OK THE AGE. Dr. OALVIN, formerly
ot London and uammoro iioupitaie, wnere bp dm
had many years' practice In tho treatmout of ve
tiercal dinenuee, but mure recently of Mexico, where
nth. dlBeawi aro to be rouna in tneir ranxesi lorra.
AJUT1UK IU PIIKllia i.ih-'H'j in tDUiin-nuu nu '
I oa ANTONIO DK LAUSVALLUH, oue of tht
iiiot emineut physloiana in moxico ana opain. iney
i.Airtvnrd a votnedT lu one of the Mexican plants.
and found only tn Southern Mexico, that remove, a
11 bv mafic, all th" venereal taint from tho eyiUm,
in the primary or secondary form. Syphilis, In the
wont atage, permanently cured in a very short time,
nnd tbe nyniom thoroughly cleansed and pure,
if it hud never been contaminated by that worst
aaU Aii.akdAu.ai. Hi-nhillkt. Hi'.rufiila. LnnroMV and
U Inda ot corruption of the blood and dituiscH of the
pKiu removed permanently ana oiiickif vj mn puw
-nil uu.ni unit aifi.ti-.if niArurx. ' Mexican HDQCiilc."
fro one need be rp-iucxl to a skeleton, and nutter the
t..ttiir.ia ..rtliA InniiiMttlrin. and robbed of hfs iat
dollar, and still not cumd. Dr. Calvin also heals
kind of chronic disease with great success. Med-f.-ir,
only to pav f .r, an all disea.is are treated fve
ol chartfo, except by special contract. Ptmonaata
ilintftiice can be treated by sending correct state
ments of their caws by letter, and ten cents
R ..iJfl itiMnM. .!nll on nr AildrMi Dr. CALVIN.
09 bixth-street, between Vine and Walnut -street,
t incluaati, Oiilo, Mow it tue lima w-moxrow may
The Doctor ha located permanently In the city
aad can at an iiraea m louna av on ouue
Hoboed for Circular.
No. 59 Sixth-street.
N1IAIHMK ELLIS, FEMALE BOTAN.
. 'Ji 1CAL I'HYSICIAN.-Madnm. ELLIS'S UTK
biua Ei.rf m mM. tn ihm .11 kind, of d
o.ic of the Uterus, the Kldnera. Ovarlei, Bladder
and Urotlira, Prolap.ua (railing) Uttrle, InDmrnix.
:lm and Ulceration of tho Womb, no matter or
long atandiug, permanent) cured br the ue CJ
Madam, refer, with plena ore to the following
ot one ot tue uoic arugguta in in. ouy s , ,
' To the PutiH. and A. LadiH to FarMntfarf
tkW- . i j I i tw ha1lt ftf
tig our nam. to Patent Modlclne. but knowing
the Lady Phyiloiau, and th. medicine called
u term, unxir, we cneenuur nmiaiuwuu it y
iiihIoi .uttering from Female Dleeaaeaof any kind;
1- purely vegetable, and In no caa. can do Injury:
ou will fled relief.
, all try, and our word for 1 y;
r . v. aiuu. uiu
' "Corner of fifth and Ilace-
N. . For aale at the pni
1 ixtn-.t., oeiwoon itacenna
I ,M . tin ..np.iAV .1 U aln
H (LL. corner of Race and Fifth-it..; and drug-
gluta generally tnrougnont tne city ana country.,
Price, OXK POLLAB PEB, BOTTLK. -
Uaaame CULIS naa raiurneo inuu hwovui"!
.auhe fonnd at her office, 144 Weat Sixth-at.,
lltlme.. , , . . ,
TIE T.I. RE.
announce, that .he oommoacoa
ltn auu r.,-.nwcM..
and'Fourth-.ta. i F.
A 8TK.OLOGY,-MADAM B
HPKOTirlIl.I.Y announce, tha
I'Htluei. again, and can be lound at her reeldOTiue,
Mo. 47, on the west aide of Jonoi-.troet, betwoon
(.Inn and uutu-r ana iiiuerty ana nauo, wuore.ue
I 'retell, pant, preaent and future event, by planotn,
palml.try, or Cy card.. To all thoae who may
).i consult her on the luck of buslneaa, or any uudor.
aKIng, jonrneys, lawsuit., loye, matrimony,
tfekeu, perfect aatisfactlon will be given.
t.....M IW... A C M tn O P Al PrlnA. low. Tlfte.n
t.nt. for ruunln. tho letter. on tbename. Jy34-am
Tir C. DUNCAN, DKNTI8T, NO.
WW west Sixth-street,
ii rr i
I W It vat Olllll-SUOVli ir i. t. t-u u --v
.nrl Kim. It HtirtJi Artirtcial Teeth iu all the
.11 1 -.... , 1 ... a nreet lawi Pnrnntial in
ut of Teeth can have their wishea fully, nie,
Ml operation id ueniistry penormea. - jya-cni
i J. fAFT,
(aaooaaaorto Knowlton ATaft.) - .
I O. E. NEWTON, M. D.,
I ahFFICK Nt. t0 WEST HEVENTH-HT.
i J between Vino and Race. BeelUenoe No. J
1 West Beyentu-streel, netween yineanu iiaie.
hour. 7 o A. M.I IH to P. M ! T to P.
I WILLIAM M. IIUNTKU,
f J 4 i-v -- -a-r m -r rt nrf t i .
1 f UJLUINTIBU; Yi
u' ' 1 aOO VfNK-STBKET".
. LOAN OFFICE
M.hluVKO FKOJA SO WtDI bl,XTH-TIIBT.
A.iiveei.oiieii nat wiTtm v.H. J
1'4 KLIlf and all kajile of lia-chauJuo. at
i t. of tutorial, at ho. 1T3 Viuo-atreiji, Iwtwoeu
famth and ruth. ;;, ,,l' ;
I riii RRnAfl.'k nni n PFUKI
LLlI DilUWall O UULU rXllO
m HVT 1
MOWN WAS THE FIHHjf
i lti llilt of Oold I'oiui In Iho I
hutes, and l4lilmgmh.dfor the uertHpf
worxtnanenip. r-na tor ."-..j, 4 g,T;
1tt-HlO 4' , '' ' tV?atf(lttrOlrtlil
Moore's $30 Sewing Machines.:,
fK A BMV
work to a el
. w -..7;.n.:;.,.i--fi.v7ar.
thitd. aud work to a eliarm.pronounco d u
1 In the niarkot. All
ranted a. W, HEOtlS A tat ITU, Jeaaiera,
Jawul-tf , l We.t rourth-.t Cincinnati.
Hyarants, Baths, Water-woseis,
.f-,.1 iiib Aii IWDBKitK rtia' i J
ATTENDED TO PROIhTFTM tAJHD
,h. meat reaaonabl, r..ft Mo0oLLrMi
am.tft Wo.101 Wxth-it..ba.VtEanA
A A', frfAAU
a - ' ft V
VOL. Ill, NO. 166.
CINCINNATI. FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 10. 1860.
PRICE ONE CENT.
Lim. Miami 17 mlnntea faster than Oltr tlmel
TiHO A. M., 10 A. H. and 11 P. M. Volnmbua Ac.
oommodatlou, 4 P. fit. Xenla Accommodation, 0
GiNciKNATi, DAMtLTOM alto Dattoh 7 infnntee
faater tban City time, 6 A. M TillO A. M ili30
P. Ml. and 6 P. M. Hamilton Accommodation, 8 A,
M. and .liRO P. If .
Ohio abb Mtuitaipn III mlnntea (lower than
Oltr time, 4i'J5 A. M. and 5i35 P. M. Loulirilla
Acsommodallon, 9 P. M
IRDIAHArOLia AND ClROIIIIUTI OHOET-LlHE 11
mlnntea alower than Oltr time, Si40 A. M., lliSO
A. M. and 6 P. M.
MaHiitta and Cikoimkati (7 mlnntea fatter than
Oltr time, 6il9 A. M. and 3i30 P. M.
OoTiHoroK add Laxinotoii ICIty time, Si4S A
Uikoinxati, Ktcnnona anc Indiakapolii 6 A.
M., 3iS0 P. M P. M
Uincihnati Ann Iiooan.fobt From Blxth-atreet
Depot O A. M. and 0 P. M.
LlTTlt Miahi-3iS0 A. M., 8 AM., 1 iO I A. M.
and 4i l0P. M.
Ohio ADMiMlMiFn-i30 A, M., lti'tH P. M.
and tti.10 P. M.
OlNl'IMNATI, fUmiTOR ahd Dattom Ti49 A, M
10i40 A. M 1 P. M., SiRO P. M., Ti.1 P. M. and
0:15 P. M,
LNDtAKAPOLIA Attn VlRCIirHATt 1 Ot l.t A. M
4 K M. and 14 P.
Marietta ard Ciroirrati IOih'J A, it. and
OoTiRoToit Ann JiixiROToR lOi.la A. M. and
OlRCINNATf , B10BM0ND ARD INnt ARAVOMt-7l43
A.M., IP. M.,St30 P. M
ClNCINRATI AND tOOARSMBT From Hlxth-itreet
Dpo-l4 A. M. and 7i33 P. M.
Iat HI Ali..-ArrlTi 3iSO A. U. and 4t40 P.
clcaea at 1 A. M. and 8 P. M.
Babtimox,. Washington ard Whiilino. Ar-
rifoi at 3iS0 A.M.; cloaei at 8 P. M.
8t. Lotna and Louiatille. Arrive, at 11 A. 11
and 30 P. M.; cloeea at 1 A. M. and 4 P. M.
Chicaoo and Noeth-weht. ArrlTM at 11 A. M
and 10 P. M.; cloeea at 1 A. M. and 4 P. M.
Vanitu Fair savs ' the three Ba of a Sen.
ator are Mile-age, Post-age and f atron-age,
Wanted The strop which is used to sharpen
the water b edge.
A rustic showman advertises the pencil
with which Brittania ruled tne wave.
he Red River (Canada) mail came through
with four papers, carried ay nve men.
In Louisiana during Julv more than 200
persons were killed by sun-stroKe.
Wanted a dime from the moon when she
changed for the last quarter.
."Death loves a ehintline mark." ' Gentle
men with brandied noses will take notice.
Fulton-street, New York, is to be repaved
with the Belgian pavement.
The German Sunday paper of New York
publish about 15,000 copies.
It : i on!" that rattle-snakes are Quite plenti
ful iu the woods in South Jersey, several
them baring been recently captured.
The nirrjlus wheat crop of Wisconsin
estimated to be worth from fifteen to twenty
millions of dollars.
W . it . a :.i r
ri'urimr tue past uunuum uukiu
Exchequer obtained "conscience money"
the amount of 16,488.
The postage rate by the Overland Pony
Express has been reduced to 2 50
Jacob Baron, a Frenchman, hung himself
near New Albany, InoU, the other evening.
He was only twenty-lour years oi age.
Peter Smith committed suicide by hanging
himself in the Lowell (Mass.) station-house,
the other morning.
Particular lady "Is vour veal really fresh.
Sir? ' "Honest butcher dot "ies m, iwas
born end killed yesterdayi
It i - Country Churchyard" was lately
w. ' "7 f"" fnr fUl(l at-rlino
The wife of ex-constable Simon Keith,
Sutton, Mass., drowned herself in a
. 1 . . ' i .
; ine original iuniiuuiijji. v. oj
at auction, in London, for 100 sterling,
t vr ........ I ira(Mi li n ..nana fnlrAe
i , iu diuneuu, .. .uu -
covered a pretty little girl of fifteen married
d" to a man of fifty-ssven.
i . . . , n :
i The mission scnool at oan rrauciscu,
netted l,725 from Rev. T. S. King's oration,
on the Fourth ot July.
A census taker in the region of Presque
Isle. Me., don't take the initial or middle
The Memphis Avalanche says that city
ip such a bad condition that it actually
a vigilance committee,
The Orthodox Church edifice in Bridge-
water, Mass., was destroyed by fire the
day. The loss is about $700; no insurance.
t , , 1 J . I. i . 1 .MlfUIAfUVlb.
ll is estimateu uin, mwu ,.uuyg
tnnle anuif-takers in the United (States
4.000,000 who are, the slaves of a filthy
, I The Chicago Zouaves, it is said, will realize
$1,000 above all expenses, the pronts oi
exhibitions tbey gave in new tors, Boston
t A company of young men are making
pedestrian tour through Pennsylvania.
oamp out nights, and are having a good
I The Duko of Chartres and the Count
have lust arrived in Constantinople.
Tney nave oeen trayouug .imoy. uirouxu
Syria and Egypt.
a er,nr1nt of the New York
I .c . .T ni -iV-a cimi. .nd
skys that the Cleveland, Columbus and
Kever meet trouble halfway, but let
have the whole walk tor his pains,
likely he may give up bis visit in sight of
While carelessly handling a loaded
jenjamLu Weaver, In Ionia County,
si lew. days tuuoe. ( -, : , ; -( -i
Xnn.ti Raiimad and the Cleveland and
are the smoothest roads he ever traveled
Thorn Va'Swedish Republican paper
lished iu Chicago. The Swedish population
', ,., countrv is' generally eompuUd to
treed SOOOO, principally in Minnesota,
I fj, ' M '
Amonff th converts recently bAptiwa
S l..aaaM nna aorH
JtULUO. WOIO HU vwwwa, vww -B"-
im ntiir eleven, tourether with it Turk
Pafor I..-,vU and his two children fell
tlie roof of. Rouse near Montgomery,
A day or two since, ana were an auieu
Flva nareonai In one family died a
niUus from Napohton, Arkn recently, in
Week, or a aiseaaa strongly reseniuuug
black tqngue, ,
Wa Imllhve.' save the Chicago Journal,
tiusonlar Chritinity-that the minister
faiusc e Will ognt a more valiant
ttxonger battle with the , prejudices and
sions of men. v ., - .. " il l
Jt,ia stated that Uarabaldl has give
place in the Cabinet to Alberto Mario,
husband of Jewf Whito, of Massinian
hAt.,riatv. - -
,,. h.ir .4 J. .it r . - .
Tragic Fate of a Highwayman.
One of Sir Martin Shoe's early sitters was
Mr. Addington, chief police magistrate of
Lcnauu an inuiuciu cuunecieu wnu tun exe
cution of whose port nut we shall quote as
rather startling. The magistrate was sitting
to the artist, when the latter's servant an
nounced tue name ot a visitor wisning to see
the former. Tho magistrate, evidently some
what excited by the announcement, asked
leave of Mr. Shee to have the visitor ushered
Into the painting-room, observing that it was
one of his officers who came to him by appoint
ment, ana wno naa a communication to make
to him, which need not interrupt the sitting.
The request being of course granted, the func
tionary in question was at once admitted, and,
anticipating the magistrate's eager inquiry,
exclaimed. In a tone of great exultation, and
rubbing his hands, "I have done it, sir; shot
him I shot him dead at four o'clock this morn-
ine!" An annonncment which was received
by his chief with an exclamation of delight
and every appearance of the most lively satis-
taction. Alter tins little omourst 01 omcial
hilarity. Mr. Addington, turning to Mr. Shee,
who had witnessed the scene with some
amazement, informed him that the individ
ual who bad been so summarily disposed ot
by the triumphant polico constable, was a cer
tain notorious nignwaymau, wnose aeprcaa
tions the magistrate had set his heart on effect
ually stopping, and whom he hnd recently
taken measures to secure, dead or alive. Ho
then proceeded to inquire trom bis zealous
emissary the details of the highly successful
operation in wiitcn ne naa oeen engaged, it
appeared that the uufortunute knight of the
road had been for several months past infest
ing tne localities ot imDieuon Common and
Hounslow Heath, aud levying abundant con
tributions upon sundry ot'His Majesty's lieges,
wno were adventurous euougn to indulge in
the dangerous practices of traveling post
after nightfall, tor a long time the police
authorities bad been on his track, but be suc
ceeded in eluding their vigilance. At length
it was resolved to resort to strategem for the
purpose of securing bim; and with the sanc
tion of his chief the intelligent official had
on the previous night, accompanied by an
other Bow-street otlicer of approved skill and
nerve, like himself, armed to the teeth,
driven out in a post-chaise and four to the
scene of the highwayman's most frequent
exploits. After traversing in all directions
the district which seemed most likely to at
tract his watchful attention, they were at
so fortunate as to fall in with him, while pro
ceeding at a rapid pace across Wimbledon
Common. Deceived by the style of the
euuinaue. which he, no doubt, supposed to be
conveying some traveler of importance, sup
plied with a filled purse, he boldly rode up to
the carriage, as it approached, and called to
the postillions to stop. As previously in
structed, they promptly obeyed the per
emptory order, and the robber presenting
himsolf; pistol in hand, at tho carriage win
dow, encountered the muzzle of another
pistol pointed at his breast, and the next
instant fell dead from his horse." Altmoirt
of Sir M. A. SheeK
Scale of Thermometer in Divergent Countries.
As the thermometer does not indicate the
amount of heat in a body, but merely its
changes of temperature, the number of de
grees into wnicn tne interval oetween tne
treezing and boiling mark is divided is arbi
trary. Three different divisions are in use:
Falirenneit s, in tne united states, ureai
Britain and Holland; Reaumur's, in Spain
and parts of Germany: and the Centigrade,
the most convenient of the three, in France,
Sweden, fcc. In Fahrenheit's scale the freez-
I intr noint is called 32". tne boilmirnoint 2l"t
. ' . ,. , , . . .
to wnen, tnere ore, fne f
Zero. It iS 82" bclo;y the freezing po ut. In
ReAiimnr'a acale the freezing di
A 1.A V.:itn nAinl la alla,f Q(0 Tn tl,n
Centigrade the freezing point is 0, the boiling
ine ainerentiai tnermouieier is u,u instru
ment which measures minute differences of
temperature. It consists of a long glass tube,
bent twice at right angles, somewhat in the
form of the letter U . Une arm 18 turnisned
with a scale of 100, and each terminates in
a bulb. The tube contains s small quantity
of sulphuric acid, colored red, ana so dis
posed that when both bulbs are of the same
temperature it stands at 0 on the scale. Let
either bulb be heated ever so little more than
of the other, and the expansion of air withiu
well will drive tne liquia aown ana cause it to
I aortr,A a. nnuuii. a.m in. a rlictanon mum.
ured by the scale. Urd nary changes ot
iemperrture do not affect thi instrument,
sold Wauae both bulbs are acted on alike. The
mji..wmvu.v., .v..w ' . .
mercury in the thermometer the advantages
of which are such that it has superseded all
Etiquette or Religious) Orthopoxt.
There is trouble among the different religious
bodies at St. John's, New Brunswick, touch
ing the precedence to be given them at the
reception of the Prince. The Presbyterians
having addressed to toe uoioniai secretary
letter concerning the precedence that would
be given to religions bodios in the presenta
tion of addreasos, received for a reply that
the Church of England stood first and the
Church of Rome next. The Presbyterians at
once took fire, threatening to wash their
hands of the whole concern, what will be
the upshot is not known. It appears that
the precedence given to theRomun Catholics,
R.ftr tha Church of Enirland. is not merely
au imperial regulation, but is alBO founded on
an enactment of the Legislature of tho Pro
Hkavv Gambling in New Oiileass. The
gamblers did a heavy business in New Ur-
a leans last winter, writes the correspondent
They oi the Charleston (S. U.) Mercury, and, it
on Id tho rlnecinc was immense. 1 he two
fashionable establishments were Joe Hall's
branch of Hall's in Washington aud New
YorkX and Shoawood, McUrath Co. New
Orleans is celebrated for tho fast young men
wno visit it uurmg tun euiwi, piuLiuj
sons of rich planters. A "young blood,'
during the lost season, Kepi a muynuiccm
establishment there presented his mistress
with a splendid pair or horses and au elegant
carriage costing over $2,000 allowed himself
of ana WOuud np by Belliug a splendid plauta
Paris tjon for half its value, and then putting
i mr tne North.
Berald , 'vUa ur '' ""--p
Ci,, auces innumerauie onjecis, By. nauunu
Cin- MoQ tQ imitat() (henl .J tUe'prov'ini.e of gen-
ex- ius, is not satisfied when she merely imitates
IllinolB nature; she must also, says an Ingeniotjf
, . French writer, imitate beautiful nature.
: 1,.,.. !. fwna.it rx rata ft I h iAM
at - . ani -;?,- mitht imitnta what
thirtv. I vvbv - 6W . P . . ,
ius: to direct these imitations is the prop
erty of judgment to decide on their effects
is the OusiuDSS 01 laiie. r or taste, wno ait
as supreme judge on the production ot gen
vulgar, under pretetiBO that it was natural,
taste aiu not careiuiiy ptiint uui mvo. vjww
, i. :
which are not proper tor imitation.
A Dinner Joke. At a dinner party
day, a certain knight, whose character
considered to be not altogether unexception
able, said he would give them a toast;
looaing uaru iu tuu into ui wis. m , -
was more celebrated for wit than beauty,
cava "Hnnnat men amd hnnn V lasses. W
all my heart. Sir John," said Mrs. M. ,
it neither applies to you aor me. -
'Am Author on bis Travels. Hawthorne
has been visiting" the White Mountains,
company with ex-President Pierce,
during lulS visit ue luuaou lur tun lira,
on tue Uul aani oi sua xuunuuo. anniuu
which he had woven the witchery of his
so many years ago. i
Scale of Thermometer in Divergent Countries. Extraordinary Cure of a Confirmed Invalid
by a Cincinnatian.
The New Bedford (Mass.) Standard of late
dat? has the following-
A few months since we gave the partic
ulars of a remarkable recovery of a young
lady in Fairhaven from a long and severe ill
ness, and which created considerable excite
ment at the time. This is evidently an age
of wonders, and we now have to chronicle a
case which is even more surprising tban the
one referred to.
About seven years ago the health of a well
known merchant of this city failed him, and
he was obliged to relinquish his business.
He gradually grew worse, and finally he was
deprived of "the use of his lower limbs, in
which helpless condition he has been for
about four vears and a half. His feet and
legs became emaciated to a considerable ex
tent, and as lor leciing in inose
there wnfl ararcelv anv. Throu
tense suffering he bos borne himself with
much fortitude, and seemed cheerful in his
painful condition, and for a couple of days
past tuose ot our citizens wuu uuvn uvea in
the habit of seeine him Ivinir near the win
dow of the sick-chamber, have missed him
from his accustomed place, the facts of which,
as we have them, are as follows:
"A gentleman named James Newton, of
Cincinnati, has been in this city for a few
days past, who has effected several wonder-
iui cures, as no says, ny vne grace or woo.
These facts com in a to the ears of a gentleman
of this city, he requested Mr. Newton to pay
a visit to the invalid, which be did on
Wednesday. Mr. Newton, after hearing the
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Circuiurmuirrs Ul liio vnoo, mjiu iiiiu ,ic luuiu
get well, and commenced rubbing him and
otherwise laid his bands upon him, which he
continued for some time. While this was
rtiitiBT on tin' invalid experienced a sensation
as of returning strength in his limbs, and his
lees and feet assumed a purplish color, and
vv ltn assistance ne
arose and could lift his feet from the floor
unite readily, and also bear considerable
weight upon tbem. Yesterday he sat up in a
chair several hours, aud every hour his
strength increases. A large number of his
frieuds who have heard the circumstances
have visited him, and he hag the heartfelt
wishes ot all that be may entirely recover nis
ifliuerabiA er. I
A Pennsylvania OH Story.
The Cleveland Herald publishes the follow.
ing letter frotnTitusville, Penn., and vouches
for the reliability of the writer "I concluded
to inform you of an occurrence here that has
thrown the entire community into the highest
state of excitement. You are aware through
the miners that the oil well known as the
'William Well' has for several weeks been
pouring, iu regular pulsations, the Seneca oil
over the top ot tne wen into tne uarreis pre
pared for it, at the rate of one barrel per
hour: and this withoutany power from above
or outside of iUelf, but merely from the ex
pulsive power ot the gas,
"On yesterday the company concluded to
sink the well a few feet deeper, that they
micrht thus form a pocket in which the sand.
ko., might accumulate. After drilling about
two feet they opened another tremendous
vein of oil and gas, the oil rising a number
of feet above the top of the pipe, and flowing
in volumes over tne works ana arouna upon
"About two hours after it commenced thus
to pour over, I visited it, and saw nnmistaka-
Die evidences ot tue eieunant, irnna ana an,
They were then filling the thirty-sixth barrel.
Ono man was kept busy carrying barrels off.
and three men constantly dipping the oil
with pails out of till pipe. In tw&ve hours
100 barrels of real Seucca oil were put up,
twenty-live barrels at least running away.
,i thmlihintV nnt. a torrent nf
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Heaven only knows, but from appearances it
may ran weeks long enough at least to
cause the eyes of thousands to stick out like
not-feet. This statement may be relied upon
as strictly within the truth. Hundreds of
witnesses could be furnished if desired or
needed. This well is In the borough of Titus-
TJnpreckpentkp Fiat in Engineering in
Texas. "On the railroad between Houston
and Eagle Lake, in Texas." savs a correspond
ent of the Scientific American, "a feat is per
formed, which. I presume, is entirely unpre
cedented in engineering. At the crossing of
tue tirazos Kiver. tne roaa is compietea on
each side to the bank, and a temporary track
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laid down each bank and across a temporary
bridge, which is some thirty or forty feet
below the level ofthe permanent road The
rlaaitrn waa t,i ornu this itriflcro nntll tho
design was to cross this bridge, until the
permanent one was completed, by letting the
locomotive and cars slowly down the bank
with rones, and then hauling them up the
other side. But at one time the locomotive.
in descending, broke loose, and sweeping
through the hollow by its own momentum,
ascended the opposite bank in safety. Since
that time the nassencer trains are run
through the hollow in this manner, sweeping
gracefully downward and rising on the op
posite side, line tne swoop oi a nawax on its
prey. I have been something ot a traveler,
but this is the first time that I ever followed
a locomotive down the steep bank of a nverl
It is said that the civil engineers object to
this mode of proceeding, on account of the
tremendous strain on the road-bed in that
part which changes the line of motion from
.the descending to the horizontal direction.
The Manner in Which Drowning Causes
Dkath. It has been thought that the lungs
dt. persons drowned become filled with water
instead of air, aud that in this way life is ex
tinguished. This view is not correct. Very
little water is usually found in the air pas
sages in such cuses. The sphincter muscles,
like faithful guards stationed before the por
tals of those sensitive organs, prevent its en
trance. Dr. J. H. S. Beau, of the Hospital La
Charite, at Paris, lately read before the
Acodemie des Sciences an interesting paper
on this subject, in which, after detailing some
conclusive experiments maoe on uoga, ue in
fers that in animals that are drowned, the
very circumstance that the mouth and nose
are under water causes a Bpasm which shuts
close the respiratory organs, and thus arrests
breathing, inn ennui quantity ot uutuj
water found iu the air passages comes, he
says, from the first inspiration only, no second
inspiration being possible during immersion,
because of the spasm of the glottis. Death
bv drowning, then, according to Dr. Beau.
hears a close resemblance to the suffocation
induced by a tetanic contraction of the mus
cles wnicn presiue over ana uuevt tmpu-auua
of the Rocky Mountain Heel was just con
In sight of Fort Piorre, Nebraska Territor;
It when an elk was seen on shore, which U
Siaious and Singular Affray ox
Government Boat. A Government steamer
United States officer. Lieutenant Carr, and
his soldiers, were anxious to shoot, but
il I pilot blew his steam whiBtle, as customary,
vr neu ius uicutcuitui, msuuio ...v M.p.,uv,
I j ... : A : , 1. .. 1 , ! r.,, r.i i n t,a
and missed him. the latter returning the
with four barrels of his revolver, tne last
which took effect in the officer S shoulder,
The soldiers then seized and imprisoned
pilot, whom they beat badly. All the par
ties iinultcated were taken to Fort Ran
N. T., and Colonel Muuroe is investigating
the whole anair.
, I. '
' Returning Cohheboial Prosperity.
of the locomotive-building establishments
which survived the storm of 1857. are
in lull and prolitable operation, 'the Ameri
can tlau cav iteview says tne improved pros-
uect of our roods, and the necessity for
more rauroaa accomnioaauuu in tne
and South, are likely to stimulate locomo
tive-building to a pitch almost, it not quite,
as high as tho.( attained, in IBM and 1854.
Horrible Case of Cruelty in England—A
Pupil Beaten to Death.
The London Timet, of the 24th nit., reports
the trial and conviction of a Thomas Hopley,
whom we nave before referred, lor tne
manslaughter of Reginald Cancellor, a boy of
fifteen J eari of age. The prisoner's position
life was such as to give Lim no temptation
commit crime, but the inhuman barbarity
with which he tortured his victim places him
the front rank of the tribe of monsters.
From the evidence. It appears that young
Cancellor was a dull boy and somewhat ob
stinate. Mr. Hopley, on the evening of tho
21st of April, called the boy to the pupils'
room and commenced tne eeating. rims ne
continued for two hour: The following is a
part of the chambermaid's testimony:-
"About ten o'clock at night I heard the
sound of Mr. Hopley beating some one in the
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in about, quarter of an ' Wok.
.gain at a Quarter to twelve o clock, and I
then nearu Master uanceiior ana nr. nopiey
coming np stairs, and the prisoner appeared
to be pushing him up.
"When they got into the bed-room ol tne
deceased the prisoner shut the door and went
down stairs, and came up almost immediately
and directly afterward he began beating the
deceased again, and I heard him say, 'Now
do these, as a dear, good boy He did not
say this while be was beating him. i nenra
the prisoner lay, 'and four,' (as though he
was teaching him a lesson). This went on
until a quarter past twelve, bat the prisoner
did not Keep on beating mm au tne wnue.
Ho stooped a short time and then went on
beating him again. I had a clock in the
room, ana 1 got ont ana loosea at a.
It further appeared that the boy was beaten
with a skipping-rope' and a common tiud
walking tliek. He was fonnd dead at six
o'clock on the morning after his cruel pun
ishment. His legs and arms were of a dark
livid color, and much swollen from extrava-
sated blood. Under the skin of his hands
the extravasated blood was three-quarters of
an inch thick. The cellular membranes of his
thighs were reduced to jelly and horribly
The prisoner was sentenced to fonr years
of penal servitude. .
Gbiat Volcanic Eruptior m Iceland.
Accounts from Iceland give a description of
an eruption, after thirty-nine years' repose,
of the volcano called the Rotlngia of the
Myrdalsjokel mountains. Un the 7th ot May
several shocks of earthquake were expe
rienced in tne parisn or Myraai, in wmcn tne
volcano is situated, ana tne any atter an
enormous volume of water was cast np from
the crater. Mixed with the water were large
quantities of cinders, and the eruption was
accompanied by a subterranean noise. On
the lltn and 12th, smoke, cinders and balls
of fire were thrown up. The smoke rose to
such a hight that it could be seen at Rejkja
vig, though at a distance of more than
twenty-two miles, and thongh mountains
5,'juo leet High rise between the two places.
The eruption continned, with intervals more
or less long, to the 26th. but, fortunately, it
in tne vicinity, me
did no barm to places
cinders and other things It threw up being
earned by the wind partly to sea and partly
on to some glaciers, it presented a very
imposing spectacle. Previous eruptions of
the same volcano am great injury; one in
1025, In particular, was terrible, and it is
reported that some of the cinders thrown up
were actually cnrrieu on wr tuj Dergeu
Norway. Another, on the 17th of October,
1755. caused devastations in five parishes; it
preceded, by a fortnight, the earthquake at
Lisbon. -. .i- -, ,..-.
Reappearance ot Edwin Forrest, the
Teaqepiam. Monday's New York Herald
says: ,i i.
The efforts of managers to obtain from Mr.
Forrest some declaration of his Intentions
have been most unremitting, and have
lost been crowned with inecess. Mr. Nixon,
of Niblo's Garden, Who has been engaged in
an engagement, and Mr. Forrest, almost the
only living representative of tragedy, and by
tar tne best, on tne American stage, win matte
his nrst appearance since bis retirement,
jNiblo f Garden, on the lTtb or September
next, supported by a carefully selected and
fully competent company. Mr. Forrest's last
appearance, in New York, was at the Broad
way Theater, about three yean ago and
gave, after that time, we believe, only a few
farewell representations in the provinces.
His engagement with Mr. Nixon Is for
(win at mmi Ii. .nj t. w I nl.w
term of six months, and he will play,
only in New York, but also at Boston, Phila
delphia, Baltimore and other of the principal
cities, enacting all his original, and, we un
derstand, one or two new characters. ' It
not stated whether this is to be Mr. Forrest's
farewell engagement. '
Philadelphia as a Manufacturing Citt.
The Philadelphia Ingvinr observes : "We
have in part collected statistics of the textile
factories of Philadelphia, and although neces
sarily incomplete, yet so far as they go, tbey
are evidence of an amount of capital, skill
and labor employed sufficient to account
the rapid and steady progress of the city
population, and in the outward evidences
soua ana advancing prosperity. - we
enumerate of such factories 270, with 420,.
068 spindles for cotton, 146,635 for wool, 26,-
780 for silk, making in all 594.383 spindles,
780 for silk, making in all 594,383 spindles,
ar as counted. 1 here are in these lactones
18,429 power looms, 449 seta of woolen ma
chines, 38 printing machines, employing
about 25,000 bands, and producing annually,
about thirty-five million dollors worth
goods, we nave aiso a list oi b,ouu nana
Horrible Aooioint in am English Col
liery. A horrible colliery accident had
curred at a colliery in North Staffordshire,
belonging to Messrs. Stirrup and Pye.
were descending in the first corf on
morning, when the corf came suddenly
contact at nearly 200 yards from the top
the shaft and about twenty-five from the
tom, with an iron rail that naa laiien from
higher point of the shaft, and had lodged
the point described. Immediately upon.
collision taking place, all the occupants of
corf were precipitoted to the bottom of
snart, two ot tne number peing kuiea
the iustant, and the other three dying
immediately after being brought up.
The Cause or tbi Boy's Silence- A
years ago, as I was preaching at
little boy, some two or three years of
sat on a front seat listening, as I thought,
very attentively. He seemed wholly absorbed,
and I began to flatter myself that the "lambs'1
were being fed as well as the "sheen; '
jus, mm . Hiuwimi J mw.i ..u wmj iu
act oi sitting aown, ne eanea out at tne
ot nis voice: -nrotner oimmons, am you
m.w nmmw iltvl nnt"" TK. 1 wl.n
solved. He had borne in silence the
ui vud poiuiuh .un. sio inigus ten iuo ui
RsguiREktENTS of an KDms,The
Newe Letter says: "The editor of sveountry
paper must be a good financier, a practical
printer, and a hard worker, as well as a
writerin uruer tueuccvea. vv itn tnese quail
cations, and the bleestngxof Providence, he
train a competency of this world's goods,
if he is honest, be the means of doing
good In the cause or humanity," ." "'-
Deadly Quarrel AnortT Fisbt. &
arose about a bunch of fish Satm-day
in Goldsboro', N. C between Jonathan
and Benjamin , alinahew, dpring
the latter cut UUlordin the neck witha
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A New Orleans Journal on Brougham's Insult
to Minister Dallas.
The New Orleans BulUtin says of the late
insult offered to our Minister to England:
An Incident given in the abstract of foreign
news presented Lord Brougham In a poxition
deserving we know not whether more of
pitv or contempt, vv e rcter to nis inaeceni
exhibition of his irrepressible abolition fanat
icism at tne International statistical con
gress, assembled in London on the 18th nit.
Our Minister to England, Mr. Dallas, wag
nresent durins the openine ceremonies, and
Lord Brougham seized the occasion to re
mind him that a nccrro was present aq a del-
etrate. whereupon ensued as silly an exhibi
tion of fanaticism as ever tickled the ear of
the groundlings at any of the Abolition
Women's Rights Conventions of New En-
bia Lordships "bit being received
. hd oud laughter.
Mi. tZ t Sot atlhe ioVTof tto our-
rence. ne may nave aune so niwrwaru, lur
we find in the foreign news by the Prince
Albert, that Lord Brougham, at a subsequent
moctiug or the Uongress, explained nis re
marks to Mr. Dallas, relative lo the presence
of a negro delegate, aud disclaimed any in
tention of in.tilt or disreanect.
This incident affords a strong Illustration I
of the "madness of fanaticism." Lord
Brougham is a man who has made his name
illustrious in almost every walk of litera
tnrp. wienra And iurianrtiHenre. who ia innttv
regarded not only as one ot cngiana s lead
ing minds, but also as one of the great lights
of this centurv. and vet such au intellect can
be so overridden by a fanatic idea as to offer
a gratuitous insult outraging alike time
aud place to the representative of a foreign
nation. Comment is unnecessary. When
Abolition leads such men us Lord Brougham
to such excesses, what must be its effect upon
the ignorant and excitable masses of our
Rbaiabeabli Watkb-spout in Ma3raoho
Birrs. A water-spout, or somewhat very
much like it. came down at Aewouryport,
says the llerald, Tut-Bday evening, about
seven o clock:. A tew minutes previous
the heavens presented a very curious phe
nomenon of clouds and colors. From the
west rolled up masses of seemingly light
raiBt. of a color which can only be compared
to the smoke of certain chemicals a mix
ture of yellow green, bull, slate and black,
mingled in the most extraordinary niuimer.
Overhead there seemed to be au angry strife
between this rolling, variegated mass, and
the dark, black clouds that extended to with
in ten degrees of the horizon. Those ten de
grees were a blue of the most unmistakable
character. We do not mean a blue sky, but
blue clouds. There was. however, very lit
tle time to investigate this phenomenon, for
thirty seconds had not elapsed before a tor
rent oi waht iioureu. irom bue wurriuic
clouds. So sudden was it that hundreds
were surprised in the streets without a mo
ment s warning, uue party oi laaies aua
I gentlemen were looking at the clouds, when
1 one remaraea oee, now it rainsi ami, to
show the suddenness of tho descending rain,
the whole party took to their heels and ran
with might and main a distance of forty feet.
The rain hit the hindmost. It came in a
straight line down State-street, and for thirty
minutes the machinery of several factories
might have been turned by the water that
washed through gutters and oversiue-waiKS.
After the storm subsided the rays of the set-
ting sun lit up the western clouds with a
i t 1
A Chicago Church Met ahophobed. Some
days since the Chicago Timet, in noticing
circus that was performing near an old churoh
building in that city, said :
"The spectacle presented in that place.
where tho good people of Chicago were wont
to congregate lor pumic worship, is inaeea
novel Buggestive one. On one side of the
church a circus: on the other, (or rather, we
aii things s'
man with feet, but with no legs, ahorse with
a humn on his back, for a humo with a horse
on his Dock) a negro minstrel snow, and ever
so many other natural and unnatnral curiosi
ties. In the church, a billard-hall. a drink-
ing-saloon, etc. All over the chnrch mon
strous banners and placards thereon are de
picted in high (old) art the forms of mon
sters, nituerto unseen or unnearo oi. v erny,
all things shall pass away, but my words
Admission twenty-nve cents."
nn. A .Inn.w.i
A Journalistic Propiot in Ohio. Thev
have a prodigy in Conneaut, in this State.
Master Hull, a lad of fourteen years, pub
lishes the Young American, a very racy little
paper. Master Hall sets all the type for
writes the editorials, reads proof and keeps
nis own oooKs. ine articles are remarkably
well written, and would do credit to a much
older head. - We saw, says the Cleveland
Plain Dealer, the editor ot the youno Amer
ican the othor day on his native heath.
lias an office with Mr. Allen, of the Reporter,
and was hard at work distributing the
for his next issue. He has a bright eye
a thoughtful face is passionately fond
books and great things are expected of
in tue course oi time.
Thi Great Eastern to Carry Cotton
Tobacco. A ciUzen of Norfolk, Va., writes
so from New York as follows: "I have just
another interview with the directors of
Oreat Eattern. and tbey say if we will
ante forty to fifty thousand bales of cotton,
they will make two trips to Norfolk
Liverpool, commencing some time in Octo
berfreight on cotton, $2 60 per bale,
same as from Now York to Liverpool, if
can not get cotton, tobacco will answer.
am in hopes we will be able to secure
amount of cotton or tobacco. If we can
get a guarantee for two tripe, we certainly
aan lor one trip. ' i - ' I
I A Vert Abbent-Mindeo 'Man. Maltby
was one of the most absent of men. :
in Paris together, Rogers dined at a
when a lady who sat next bim did not
him at first, but after hearing him talk
some time discovered who he was.
was not at this dinner, and Rogers
him of this . lady, said :, "She asked if
BnmA u'.a rtfit Kirnr. A ,,rt n.-u it 7"
quired Maltby. ' '.'
i An Injunction Sehved Upon a Negro
BTBXb Company. The proprietress of a
I known negro niihstrel saloon, 444 Broadway.
New York, has had an iniunction
opon her, restraining future, pertbmancei
nntil she take out a license and pays $30,
each nightly entertainment given since
eommencea 'Operations. ' The natae of
but. 1 uw u i.t. ,
sea i dies. A vnnno- man. jonn Adair, ot
nd I 4.111. .. .t,...iJ .IJ..J
length I at (jlumbu CiH, on Tuesday, lasly but
uia i pruiter uouuwju ia auu.t"ttea tto . waik-wii
A.l..i- ooa fl.a arMiaA A
way me young man leaped into tne river
attempted to escape by Swimlng," bot
anu waaurow iieu. . . ..i.,;,,. .u
casts in a flower, and retnras with the
vivor, while Mope makes iter eouett by
head-atone and waits for eternitv to call
home. Love Is coustant to the living-,
m l uj
A, Spbcimin of English CoaaaoTNavis.
The "Colonial, Miscellany" of .au
paper contains this itemt '."Spurgeon's
mpns, some of which contain pevere
on (lie slave lustitulious of the CniLud
had been burnt in thi 'ugmin Cpwa-Aoum.''
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before purchasing elsewh.re,
JOUVKT Vc CO., Jh4uta,
myS-cni ., Hu. V'A W..t fourth, up stairs.
1 rT RECEIVED PEll STEAM El
l "Wenoiu,," . 4
7A.00O teet T.nucasee k.i tjeaar, ana ior.tie
t vnry Tow prloes. i i . -i - .
0,(1110 t'edar Fene Posts i
i (MM Locust Fence Pot;l 'in t ; 11 '
Ksti"!!! tei'v-.. aw...
1 V1HRIU tr VHiiiif UnniUS) UUietev VH'W, v m, sasa
tc, niiwa at suori uoiice.
fco,oon ft. luan'ij ifc aUri 2 in. lft oom. Pint tuml. r .
Iou.wm) it. aoaa'd 1, 1.
. if aud 3 jo. clear do. do.
JUat thai ft UMt .inrl n-firi third CuiUUV-n do. (lo. :
-i,fn ft. Vine, Poplar, Oak and Hemlock Joist ad
All well soaMunea,
and Kill be told low tVr cub, 9ff
ou svuvtrt Uuie W oiak rouu ttr uw sjluct, lr i
VVhotetala and Retail Lumber i Dlf. i
' Yard on VrmaustffeL birOe'Jtttoraai
end next to 0., U. and D.
M.ii. ck. a. nr. c-t
M. II. COOK & CO. a "
VVESTEKN TUNING" Mil.L
llBTVyMll FIFTH AND Ml XTH-MTRKITW, "'W
'..ill 111 o -' UllltlAIT, OHIO. I .n ,
! "'f St? !TF?t1S.f'p pivrtw Kit."
JI TlkKL,r alainuVuod, bulldluil; fn ths ulty, and,
iurued our atteutlon to pi,.parlimr building mKt.rlHlg
p( .wry dastfti'tiuu, w. san sale) any ihai our x-
Krience in ine muiiiw aim imii laci iiiiom wi.'ll. n.
otter tadareuwiiu to builders. In she orcy and at a'
ul.ieuiw uusurpiMWvd. 11 iMiulud, , by esur othor aiuil.
lay utahllehaieot in lheWe." y
r VY, also nijuiulactuiw Yeneesa of all deaorlEttoao
and xe'Pon hand an aiu -rtinetit of juahi-aAny, Riwo
wood, Walnut and Utk Veneon. AJao, flu. AMaJUa I
tor Picture, aud Lookllig-ktliuses.
, . 8. We bavn just received forty thousand feet "i
nu ieiut.. oi un. uiutnir, suns caa mni a j
less prim than ft has ever been .old for lo this nia
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