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q. COBNEB BIXTU VIME in., 01N01HNATI.
?offJi A. Eilslsb, Ji 3olo Lessee aud;Manager,
rj: Grand Opening; Night of the Season !
d'f.Z The Manager bens to announce tlliit tills favorite
'" rlkceof amusement during a vacation nf tlx weeke
' h undergone a thorough renovation in every part
..vri.unid, Ac, In the bunt elegant styli, making it one
V:.-ouue most cornioriauie ana nome-ii Replaces 01 on
Bsriainment and resort in tue country.
For the owminir of tliin beautiful Tumnleof Amuse-
nieut, Mr. Ellslor has effected an engagement
TEN NIGHTS ONLY,
With the celebrated "
PARODI ITALIAN OPERA TROUPE,
rtlonsistlng of sixty performers twelve principal
' Artists, and a full and efficient chorus and orchestra.
J The costumes Mid appointments we of the moat
',. F.XPRE88LY FOR THIS OCCASION.
In fact, erorr Onora will be Disced noon tha.taffAln
he most comrjlete and substantial manner, regard
less f expense or labor.
On WEDNESDAY EVENING, August 24, thefol.
Winn rocognizeil and brilliant artists will appear in
Verdi h masterpiece, ill four nets,
L A T RAV I A T A i
BICINK. CAROLINA, ALAMO,
f..f"1 The celobratod Prima Ponna;
V$ BIG. O. 8BRIQLIA,
- .. The eminent Tenor:
.BIG. r. ONONB,
. V The famous Baritone;
:e. sm. m. babul
In the Principal Characters.
,'r'K; CAST OF CRABACTMS.
-Vloletta Valerv 8iana. Alalmo.
' flora Borvolx, friend of Vloletta. ..........Sin. Zapucci.
-' Alfredo fturmnnt. lover of Vlolntta Ritt. Nhrlfflia.
j,"; Giorgio Uermont, hla father Slg. dnoiie.
" -, uotor tirnnvmc, apnymcinn sig. Harm.
" "Annus, confidante of Vloletta 8ig. Valrirl,
t'Gastone. Vlseountde Xotoriea ..... ...Sin. Nodiani.
"r.liaroa Dunliol. rial oi Alfred Slg, Locatelll.
"; Marquis d'AublKny..,! Slg. Billaguer.
(..Wosenii, servant oi vioiotut jiig. ratal,
' i Guests, friends, Olnsies, Matadores, Servants, ftc.
X " , i,
Hanaqkh ..A A. BltATI.
GJ CosotoTDX ...Slg. ANGELO TORBIANA.
.lj BrAUB JU.AM&UEB ,. U. HVHWHll,
'' v K)rRnat. and tlrlrat. alii ha tirAlnrort fin Mnflv
. Muguet 23, at the Box Office, or at W. 0. Potors ft
; BonMuslc Storoi
AWTlie llaniurer of the Pnrodl Italian Opera
v,Troupe, rsspeotfully informs the public generally
"...that, ill Ajf,-. afunf.n with t),A rinalnt Riiri i fiLnltltata
r wine wish oi many, mo nricea oi aauiission win oe
To Dress Circle and Parqnette only $1
Gallery H.30 cents.
Ana no extra cnarge mr nwervea seats
J Thursday, August 95.
T1REAT TB0TTING RACE-
. Jf Pay of the Cincinnati
-Pa-- 'fru'tlng. Sweepstakes
for $400. wo-mlle Uinta to
' OVHEEa. ENTRIES. liniVXEg.
'A. Mason b.m. Fannv TTonA....1tr. TlmlirA.
Col. McGill lr gr. Wogiuir Mr. Kooky.
, ifununm aiguuu...e.m. jenny M,..Lfininioca.
Mr. Xishawa..... bl.g. Mohawk Owner.
' Rnce to Commence at Four O'elork.
." The Prnnrlntor nf th f!tja(!IKVTI TllnTTIVrt
" PAHK, in endeavoring; to supply to onr sport-loving
, citizens what they have ao long felt the necessity of.
and so otten expressed an arden t desire for a pleasant
--place 01 resort, anil an agreeable drive on mm own
'SioEOFTHr. B1VKR, Having enlisted In an enterprise ill-
I VOlvillff H lieavv ni'CllniArvniitlikv. Iia rinHil.iill. m.
.- Keft mi the nutriinAiFA Wv,,! AMl.t.inn.Af ..t.ll A
y iuk ino enTrprise to a successful ter
a boginnlug lio has succeeded in get
au uiaicnen, ana owncu ny well,
and. from thnir nrevlous nerform.
anctts. and the ontnlons crenMrullv nvnriBr.il. thA
N. B. Omnibuses will leave from the Gait Home,
corner Six tli and Haiu-strects. carrying Passengers
to ami Irom the Hsrk.
"HgAilmlsslon to all parts of the Connie, Si. an2J
; aiM uim iu curi
v .1..- r.
,. . una luuriiuge,
i'-, known citizens.
-Annual Fall Exuibition.
. WW at the
' On Vine-street, betreen Fourth and Fifth-streets.
: Extensive arrangements have beon made to give ths
host display ever attempted by the Society in this
.on;. nuio'iib . v. j. uwriiU. oeoreiary.
PALACE GARDEN LYRICS.
Have you seen the Talace Gardon Troupe,
Iu their Comic Pantomime,
Full of grand and lofty tumbling,
Bringing hack the olden time,
When weird forms, of passlug horror,
Soaru pored through the midnight air,
Through floors, and clocks and ceiling,
Through the table, and the chair.
ir not, at Palace Garden,
You can hear "Mknter" until nine;
From that titno nntll midnight,
Song, Dance and Pantomime.
Adinlaalon to Concert nnd Promenade,
LjV i ttnly Tew Cento.
ixr . t n n n Ti a
jrmerlj of Hall.Dodds c Oo.l late Urban.Bodda Oo.
W. B. Bodds Sc Co.,
MAjrorAOTTBiH or raa
Fire and Burglar Proof
JS J3l FES
S. W. Corner of Vine A Seooud Streets
This Is the most reliable riRl! AMD BITRriT.A
, TBOOF SAFE that Is made in the United States, and
i is warranted perfectly free from damn. Can h. .nhl
at lower prices, and la of better workmanship than
can be found elsewhere.
We have a large assortmont on hand, and are de
. '..termiued to sell at prices that cannot fail to please.
i-j. Old Safes
'' Taken in exchange. BICOND-HAND 8AFKS al
j ways on hand at extremely low prices. 97X
GLASGOW AND NEW YORK
BTHAM TO ALAsflOW. I.ivrnnnr."nr waaT
DUBLIN ANK LONDONDKBBI
' - i FOB S30.
nOU HEW TOM. VI
fil"ow, Thpinson, Wednesday. Aug. M, at II noen
, Kdlnburh,Cumralng. .Wednesday, Jane I, "
tt GIhssow, Thomson...... , July ,
J Vdlnbrhi Onmmlng...8aturday, May 7.
J; Olnscow, Thomson... Wednesday, Jnly 27.
It Ivdlnburah. Gumming.- iulrl.
U Bates of Passage from New Tork, Philadelphia or
Rfwtpn, to Olasgnw. Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
V Londonderry, first class, $r. Steerage, round with
Van sibnndanee or properly-cooked provisions, 830.
, J An experienced Surgeon attached to each steamsr.
M waara. lur Bieuicinea. .
. For Freight trPae, apply to
4t axi - hubkut UKAIO. lTBreadway.
5J CENTKAL hotel.
3vo mam vireec, nut aide, Bear Eighth.
MAMPBELL A BIRD. FnPRTKTfnis,
iv-JV T be pre orletnra reepectfiilly beg tilnferm their
i ttlend, and the puMlo, that the above house is newly
AAuovated, and fitted np in a superior style for the ac-
fmmooa'iije or gueeu. Boarders will find every at
ition paid tf their comfort and c ha age. moderate.
r38-am-w - . , - ,,
torXLlIAM H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
' and Ooaisellor at Law, Chase's Bulldina
rt street, t doers tat ofl4airy ..T , m'
VOL. 2. NO. 1. " V
CINCINNATI, HONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1859.
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bus Accommodation, 4:40 r. M.; Cleveland, Pitts
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Ohio amd Misrisiippi St. Lonts, 9:00 A. M.J Louis
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Pittsburg, Oolumdub and Cuncinhati (Steubenville
Short Line) East Front-street Depot ;00 A. u.l
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Clkvbland, CoLUBns and Cincinnati last Front
street 6:00 A. M.; 8,30a. H.J 11:30 p. M.
Cincinnati and Marietta a. m.; 3: JO p.m.
Central Onto From East Front-street Depot 1:30
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News and Gossip.
3J It is stated that a fuad of $20,000 his
already been invested in Massachusetts for the
benefit of the children of Horaoo Mann.
Dootor Ellas B. Edmonds, of Lancas
ter County, Vi., died suddenly on the 4th
init, of apoplexy.
T" We understand that the former direc
tors of the Northern Railroad intend to iuo the
New York Timet for libel. The aggregate
damages loot up ttfuuuu. yuite an item.
JZSyA ship with yellow fever on board having
arrived below li'en Orleans, much apprehension
is expressed lest the disease should bo commu
nicated to the city.'
iSf Sir. Ten Broeok was not the onlv ver-
son upon whom fortune smiled at the Goodwood
races, jus friends backed. Starke froely, and
bagged $35,000 for their enterprise.
r-f Tounir Carlo Patti, the brother of Mrs.
Rtrakosch, has just married MieeEITio Gormon,
the pretty and popular aotress. The hymeneal.
toon piace at rrovidonce, it. I.
2TA correspondent cninmerices a letter
thus: "I write from a cockloft of tho Amherst
House, in a room about twico aa largo as a
EOThe Frenoh Minister of Stnte has just
oiuoiauy appointed Mauemoi;olIe Xngliomi to
be inspeotress of all the dancing classes at tho
opera, and to ported such pupils as she may
considor imoly to become Brat-rate performers.
rrt Wise men and handsome women have
always been in great dotnand. Beauty is more
prized than wisdom, and accordingly finds a
bettor market. A pretty faoe is worth tenfold
more than a well-tilled head. Yes, indeed !
Amkiucans Can Kskp a Hotki,. Mensrs, R,
H. Lamont and Joseph Harrison have pur
chased seventeen acres at Saratoga, with the
view of ereoting a hotel capable of accomrao
dating twenty-eight thousand guests.. This
will do for a village of a moderato size.
s2rA Paris correspondent of the Inicuen
drnfis Ilelge soys he is assured that one of the
last things uttered in. the now celebrated in
terview at Villa Franca, was a promise mado
by the Emperor of Auatria to pass somo days
next winter nt me Turneries.
jSSfi-Tho 'Vinnennes Sun snvs that W.J.
Stevens, Esn late Superintendent on the
Ohio and Mississippi Railroad, will again be
called to fill an important station on the road;
elnn.l.hot. fluiitnin Ttnlrlriilen will hn placed
2psr At the recent Woman's Rights Conven
tion, holden at PouehkeoDsie. the Rev. Mrs
Antoinette Brown Blackwell introduoed a series
oi resolutions, one of which was as follows:
"Retohed, That wo assort the entire equality,
uul uut me lusDiuy oi too sexes.
Yo oan't swallow the "identity" then.
Ukited Status Convention op Univie-
SAM8TS This convention will meet in Roch
ester, N. Y., on Tuesdav. tho 20th of SoDtem
her, and continue in session on the following
Wednesday. Rov. E. II Chopin is the preacher
oi iuo occasional sermon.
A Whale Captured. On Saturday last a
fln-baok whale, measuring forty-two feet, got
into shallow water near Lewes, Delaware, and
wasionnwttn attaokea by the citizens, with
every available weapon, and after an hour's
Tub Mountain Mkadows CiiiMinuN Snn
cial Agent Jarvis. who came Eastward with
tne cli-ldreu saved from the Mountain Mead'
ows tiiussacro, has arrived in Washington
lie loft the children at Fort Lantmie, and
tnoy win not rencn Leavenworth before tho
MrA Washineton disnatch snvs the At.
torney General has decided that payments
are to be mado from the TreoBurv for carrv-
ing oconn and foreign mails, the act for that
purpose Doing a permanent appropriation for
paying contractors out of any money in the
Treasury not otherwise appropriated, in sums
eqtiiu to uie amount ot receipts lor postage,
Jkwb in Russia. The Emperor of Russia
has authorized the Jews to raise a fund, the
inturost of which is to bo employed as prizos
for tho best literary works in thellebrow
language which shall be presaiited to the
Academy of Sciences. Ilia Majesty has also
iounacu nve scnoinrsnips at tlio Techno
logical Institute in favor of young Jews.
The Bkhikbt Rattlesnake. A rattlesnake
was killed lately twenty miles West of Torre
Haute, Inditns, twenty-one feet In length,
eighteen inches round in the largest part, and
whioh had one hundred and eleven rattles.
This same snake, or one like it, was seen in the
SAme locality thirty years ago. This monster
was killed with a rifle-bullet, and is undoubt
edly the biggest rattlesnake on record.
Extravagant Dinners at Saratoga. One
lady is reported to have given a dinner to
twenty friends which cost $100, and a New
York banker paid $750 for twenty-eight per
sons. A Southerner, however, surpsssed that,
be having paid $1,400 for one dinner, the largest-priced
dinner ovor given at that fashion
able resort. Botton Journal,
Rise in thc Price op Viboinia Lands. On
the Sth instant, Waller Taylor sold bis tract of
land on Bluostone, in Mecklenburg County,
Virginia, consisting of seven hundred and
seventy -six sores, to Dootor George 0. Venable.
of Halifax County, for $10,500. For the
larger part of this traot, embraotng the dwelling
bouse and Improvements, Mr. Taylor paid
$4,000 nine years ago; for the residue he paid
$4,500 four years ago. II is net profit, there
fore, is $8,000, nearly one hundred per cent
wool Trade in Ohio. During the nresont
season one individual at Columbus, Ohio, has
purchased four hundred thousands sounds of
wool, at a cost of about $18(1,01)0; and it is
estimated that the quantity bought and sold
in the State during the season will reach ten
million pounds, and as it is principally pur
chased ly foreign dealers and manufactur
ers, will bring into the. State nearly $4,550,
000 a right snug sum of money, which will
to some extent compensate the State for the
loss said to be sustained in the grain crops. '
Washington ok view and Amusimints.
"Let vice and immorality of every kind be
disooursged as much at possible in your bri
gade; and as a ehaplain is allowed to each
regiment, see that the men regularly attend
Divine Wonhlp. Gaming of every kind is
expressly forbid, as the produotion of evil, and
tne cause or many gallant and brave officers'
ruin... Games of exercise sod for amusements
nay not only be permitted, but enoouraged."
Italian Military Forces. The military
organizations are continued with the utmost
zeal. In Lombardy there will be a general
levy of all those born in 1831). The division
Garibaldi numbers at present about thirteen
thousand men, and is divided into three
brigades. They have left tho Valtellina, and
are stationed now in the province of Ber
gamo. The General, himself, is sick fromr
tne enacts oi the peace, iie is in Lovero, on
Lako Isco, under medical treatment... Tho
Tuscan Division has returned to Tuscany,
and is how over fourteen thousand strong.
in Mouena, a part ot tne national uuard has
been mobilized, and joined the armv. which
has been raised by that reinforcement to
ten thousand men. In Bologna there are
ovor ten thousand men under arms. ;
$33" Tha eight-children-at-one-birth story,
published in the Now York Tribune, not long
ago, is now pronounced by that paper a
stupid hoax. The Trifttme says:
Tha Penimniiir,, nf Wnn,n OIiJa wllai .1
the request of Mr. Timothy Bradley, of
Johnstou, Ohio, to say that tne story of our
isurrespvoueut, announcing mat jars. is. was
the happy mother of eightchildren at a birth,
is a malicious hoax, and adds: "Mr. and
Mrs. Bradley are both respectable persons of
respectable fumilies have been married
about six years, and have never had any
children." , -
Jt$l A competent authority says that those
little black-headed erections of ly mph in the
pores of the akin upon the face, which are vul
garly known as "flesh -worms," ani which are
so troublesome to many peoplo, may be got rid
of, and prevented from returning, by washing
with tepid water, by proper friotion with a
towel, and by the application of a little eold
cream. The longer these little corks are per
mitted to remain in the skin, tho more firmly
they become fixed ; and after a time, when
they lose their moisture, they are converted
into little bony spines, as dense as bristles,
and having muoh of that oharaeter.
Cucumber Ketchup. Take three dozen of
lull grown cucumbers and oight white onions.
Peel the onions and cucumbers, and then
chop them" as fine as possible. Sprinkle on
three quarters of a pint of fine table salt; put
tho whole in a scivo nnd let it drain twelve
hours. Then take teacupfull of mustard
seed, half a tenoupfull Of ground black
pepper, and mix them well with the cucum
bers and onions. Put tho whole into a stone
jar, with the strongest vinegar; close it up
tightly for three days, and it is fit forua.
it win Keep lor years. Uarrwbmo uman.
Proportion op Ci.kkoymen to Population.
According to tho census of 1850, there were
in the United Btntes 23,190,876 people. At
the same time there were 26,842 clergymen,
or one clergyman to 803 persons. But New
Hampshire takes the lead in supporting
clergymen, as she has one clergyman to
every 490 persons. Connecticut stands next,
with one clorgyman to every 620 persons.
All the New England States support one
clergymen to less than 000 persons. New
York has one clergyman to every 722 per
sons. Virginia one to 1,317; South Carolina
one to 1,410; Louisiana one to 3,000.
Death from TnE Bite op a Turtle. Tho
Middleboro' (Mass.) Gazette gives the par
ticulars of a painful death of a boy in
Plympton, in consequence of a bite on the
finger from a turtle. The symptoms were
tho samo as hydrophobia. Not long after
the bite the lad became feverish, and after
the finger had been lanced black spots dd-
peared on the other hand, and paroxysms
luiowed. m wtiicn llio sunerer would nnn
and bito at whatever came in his way, after
iuu iiiuiiiiur ui a turtle.
A Meteor. The people in and round about
xroy, . x., were startled on Thursday morn
ing last, about seven o'olook. by a torrifio de-
Ltonation, which scemod to come from the sky,
mouga penectiy eiear, and whioh wasaooom
psnied by a trembling of the earth. The wise
men of that locality are unable to account for
tneextraordinary phenomenon in any other way
than that itwos aslichttouohof an earthnunke.
It may be proper to add that the editor of the
uswego Jvttamum, of meteorio noloriety, has
uutumg iu uu who, tae artoir.
Th Pillibostbrs. We have satisfied our
self that the rumors of a current effort to or.
ganize a gang of filibusters for another raid on
Nicaragua, is wholly untrue, and that it has
its origin simply in the desire of steamship
parties to prevent, by hook or by crook, the
proposed speedy reopening of the-Nioaragua
routo under the Van Dyke-Wallace oontraot
with Nicaragua, and the contract recently made
by th Postoffice Department with Mr. Johnson.
The object of starting the story is to alarm the
Nicarsguan Government to the ettent of pro
curing action on its part, calculated to prevent
American passengers from crossing their
ABiumus. irasiiniiuii oral'.
Is Napoleon's Stab on the Wane? Our
Jfaris correspondent states that many men in
Europe are of opinion that Louis Napoleon has
now reaohed the zenith of his good luck, and
that his fall will be as rapid as his rise. Such
a suggestion was made here soon after the
nows of the peace treaty was received. Napo
leon does not appear to have any very warm
friends among the rulers of Europe. Even
Bussia, usually spoken of as bis close ally. has.
according to late advices, assured Prussia of
ner irienmy disposition in any future European
political oomplioationB. Boston Traveller.
.33 Eeoently a most extraordinary race
took plaoe in a fashionable ladies' seminary
school in the Thiergarten, Br!in, where thirty
three young ladies contested for the champion
ship in swimming. The winner, who is nine
teen years of ago, and very handsome, is said
to have provod that she might as well challenge
the other sex as her own. The race was fol
lowed by an elegant lnnoheon, only ladies
beine; present, and the promenaders in the
neighborhood listened with astonishment to the
lusty oheers that followed the toasts.
pSTJAr. La Mountain, who made a balloon
ascension from Watertown on the 11th inst.,
landed about eight o'olook in the evening in
safety on the farm of Elisha Slmmerman, near
the haadlof Pnrnh T..lra In .T.ff.MAn nnnn, J
about twelve miles north of Watertown, the
trip haying ocoupied about two hours. The
greatest altitude attainted was over threo miles.
Tbe fcronaut arrived at Wntarrnwn. nlih hi.
balloon uninjured, the next day.
A Woman who Does Not Believe thb
Newspapers. It la rlntd that . arnman in
Chicago was recontly ohlded for not going to
...a Yw. - 1,-t.nJ I. - 1..J L - I J, . 1
so uwi MiuuBuu, nuv utu ueeu uauiy injurou.
ITaP ATAI1RA WAS that, aha nnl. ka.iA nf Ma In
jury through the papers, and "they don't al
ways tell tha troth.'' Pnrhana aba wnnld hava
believed them had thaw aald t'na hn.kand
started East, a party to a runaway match.
Russian Demand for American Books.
Tbe New York Evening Pott observes that few
people have any idea of the extent to whioh
Soma nf Alia hnfttr - nnltltana.. im In l.-.l-J l
the Russia trade. Lait week the Appletons
filled an order for three hundred doien Ameri
can WArlra. ahtafla- nt Ama-lAan i.lh.u lk
a few reprints, for St. Petersburg. The Amer
ican uuuaa go io hock a oircuiaung norsry in
the Russian capital.
MlflB ARli HlTHMr atann a.. Ml.
- - a- -v..h ., 4M.ua
and rats are very easily destroyed if we set
uuu. i m earnest, uoc live piaster-parit
and Anna ml .nam la aAMt . I . !
lay it in dry places, and sprinkle a little tua-ar
n-.i. . a . . .
aiuvug iv. I) rats anoi tnioe etc ravenously,
tbe plaster sets firm direotly ar it is moist-,
ended, becomes a. lumn Innl.la r
hills to a certainty.
Ohio Military Represented in a
On the third day of the Pennsylvania Eo
eimpment of the military, on tbe far-famed
battleground where Gen.Brnddook was defeated,
a full-dressed "malioioui man," from tbeBaok
y State, visited the camp. The Pittsburgh
Diipatch say st
. About nine o'clock, Msjor Gen. Wilson of
Ohio, was escorted to the eamn-srronnd from
the Monongahela House', and honored with a
salnte of eleven guns .by the Monongahela
Artillery. He is a fine looking man an almost
perfeot counterpart of his twin-brother, Adju
tant General Wilson, of this State. He was
accompanied by one of bis aids, Msjor Neel.
1 A very pleasaut interchange of social and
eonvivial feeling took plaoe at Gen. Negley's
head-quarters at "high noon," at whioh hour a
large number of invited guests, military and
olvil, were seated at the hospitable board of
After the cloth (metaphorically) had been
removed, and amid the popping of champalgne
eorks, and an enlivening sally of repartee,
Gen. Negley, in a few felicitous romarks, pro
posed the health of Major General Wilson, of
Ohio, tbe honored guest of the encampment.
This brought tbe Major to his feet. He alluded
to the gratifying reoeption he had received, as
the representative of the military of Ohio, and
passed a very high compliment on the military
bearing and proficiency of the companies en
camped at Camp Braddock. At the conclusion
of his romarks, Gen. Negley, on behalf of his
lady, presented the Major with a magnifloent
bouquet, which was acknowledged in a happy
manner by the Major, and responded to oy
Maj. Neel, Aid to Gen. Wilson, wag next
called out by Gen. Nogley, to aocopt a bouquet,
."The TJtica Advertiier, alluding to the
defeat of the Emperor of Bussia in the Vice
Chancellor's Court, London, in his attempt to
appropriate the 70,000 which the late Sir
J ames Wylie, physician to the Emperor Nicho
las, had invested In the English funds, says:
Tho heir at law is Mr. Walter Wylio, ship
owner, Kincardine, Sir James' sole surviving
brother, and the handsome sum of 70,000 will,
fall to be shared by a few highly respectable
families in our own distriot, and one family in
Dundeo will also reap the benefit of the Vice
Chancellor's judgment It was in 1846 that
bir James wylie invested 50,000 in the Eng
lish funds, his intention boina- tu nurohasa an
estate in Sootland, and thereafter return and
spend tbe evening of his days in bis native
country. The abolution of the corn laws
shortly afterward gave ri60 to the ideain some
quarters that the land would be dopreoiated in
value, and Sir James delayed his visit to Scot
land. TheiaO.OOOmeanwnilelay accumulating
till the death of Sir Jainos in 1854, and it has
been accumulating since, till it has now reached
the goodly amount already stated. The ex
penses of the lion fall to be ducted from the
A Living Head on a Dead Body.
TheNewburgh Index gives the following
curious but melancholy particulars of a re
spectable fanner in that neighborhood, who
'ivas onco a resident of that city:
Mr. Archilinld flan-inhAll.
farmer in the Township of Camden, East,
ituiivj vugitu ju tuiiDuuig u new dwelling
on his premises tho BcaiTold gave way, and
he was precipitated head-foremost to the
ground, and dislocated his neck, but very
fortunately, and mysteriously, did not kill
him. Whon his head was brought to its
PrODer I)Ositiotl. thn vnlnlirn. of Ilia mv-lr m.
turned to their place with a dull, but distinct
eiiiip. iuo wnoie uouy is paralyzed and
dead, from tho neck downward. He is not
capable of moving a muscle or experiencing
the slightest pain. Fortunately the nerve
supplying tho muscles used in respiration
were not paralyzed, and he can breathe ami
live. Had the injury of tho spinal cord
been a little higher, ho would have died im
mediately. Tha senses of nivht. h
smelling, Ac, are normal, and his intellect
A New Invention.
A patent has recently been issued for an im
provement in looomotive engines. It is the
magnetism oi tne driving wheels, thereby
oausing seventy-five per oent. additional adhe
sion to the iron track thus enabling alinhten-
gine of seventeen tuns weight to perform the
work of a heavy engine of thirty tuns. An ex
periment was lately made, whea the track and
wheels were greased, and the locomotive
chained to a post; steum power was applied,
without this attachment, when it required nine
teen pounds 8 teem to tbe inoh to slip the
driving-wheels. With the attachment, it re
quired thirty-fire pounds steam to slip tbe
wneeis. va a ciean rail it required about fifty
pounds steam per inoh to slip the wheels with
out magnetism. With magnetism and the
same kind of rail, eighty -eight pounds of steam.
It is slaimed that the value of tho invention
to railroad oompanies oonsists in the saving of
iuo coai oi locomotives, as ono weighing seven
teen tuns can be made to answer all the pur
poses oi one wcigning tntrty tuns. .Experi
ments are soon to be made on the New Jersey
Locomotive Steam Engine.
I love, says Elihu Burrit, to see ono of these
huge ereatures, with sinews of brass and mus
olos of iron, strut forth from his smoky atahle.
and saluting the long train of cars with a
aozea sonorous putts from his iron nostrils, fall
back gently into hi - arness. There ha stand
champing and foa . ng upon tbe track, hie
great neart a lurnaoe of glowing coals; his
lymphatio blood in his boiling veins; the
strength of a thousand horses is nerving his
Binews; he pants to be gone. He would drag
St, Peter's aoross the deserts of Sahara, if ho
oould be fairly hitched to it; but there is a little,
sober-eyed, tobaooo-ehewing man in the saddle,
who holds him with one finger, and can take
away nis oreatn in a moment, should he grow
reBtive or violous. I am always deeply inter
ested in this man, for, begrimed as he may
be by machinery, ho is the physical mind o
that huge steam -horse.
Bewariop Metalio Skirts. The follow
ing should serve as a warning to the ladies.
It Is from the last issue of the Milton, N. C,
A thnnrlAP-atAem tnaaaail .m ,1, a .nnlV ..
B-TW. .11 U IUHW.IU
section of this oounty on Tuesday of last week,
Y. : u 1.1 j . , . . .
nuiuu wiDir uuwa irees ana corn, ana aamagea
lands flonalriAra.hlv' h ..Mna n...!.. ,k.
.. .... U . U . VUllUg VilO
raging of the storm the lightning struck a
hoop-skirt, made of brass, that stood sus
i , i . ., .
uouusii uj u upon winaow in tne nouse or
Ml. John Wahatar. malttno It and aattima ,t,a
house on fire; alio knoeking down one of the
leuiaia occupants oi toe tenement, wno re-
IMlvafi nn AthAa duniM than a ..anninM hi
The fire was, fortunately arrested era it did'
.. .V - T. 1- .V .. . .
uiiuu uauiogo. ai is muugut mat tne orass
hoops attracted the fluid oiroumstance
which serves as another viraln. t l.du. ahn
"splurge' in "brass."
3TThe ArtioRtan newrnaner has been nnr-
ohased by Ex-Sharlff Jones, formerly of Kan
sas, and Mr. Mowry, candidate fqr delegate,
and moved from Tubao to Tusocm. Hereafter
it will be a democratic, paper, with Mr. P. Her
bert, ex-member of Ctnrgpess from California,
as editor. - ...
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
Four Days Later from Europe.
ARRIVAL OF THE HUNGARIAN.
Fi'Rthrr Point, August 20. The steamship
Htmijarian, with dates from Liverpool to the
10th inst, fonr days later than furnished by
tho Atia, passed this point this morning,
bound to Quebec, where the will be due to
night. The following summary of newt has been
Tbe Liverpool Cotton market is without
ohango. Breadstuffs and - Provisions dull.
Consols were quoted on the 9th Inst at 95.
Subscription to the new stock of the Atlaotio
Telegraph Company is progressing very favorably.
The Hungarian' mail and passengers will
reach Montreal to-morrow, sometime before
Tho general news brought is interesting, but
possesses no features of striking importance.
Among the long list of the takers of this stock
appear the names of Baring Brothers A Co.;
George Pcabody, of the firm of Georgo Peabody
& Co.; FrUieth A Co.; Samuel Guerney, of the
firm of Overn, Guerney A Co.; N. RothsohildA
Co.; Hankey A Co.; Barclay, Beaver A Co.; J.
II. Schroder, of the firm of John Henry Schro
der A Co.; C. Lampoon; Thomas Bassey, and
The Peace Congress met at Zurich, on Mon
day, the 8(h inst, aoeording to previous an
nouncement. Nothing had transpired regard
ing tbe proceedings thus far. Sardinia was
represented in the conference.
Napoleon was on a visit to camp Chalons.
The British Parliament was still debating
the Italian question, but in a more subdued
tone than has hitherto characterized the
speeohes. ' '
The official authorities at Zurich had given
the Embassadors to the Peace Conference a
warm welcome, and were to entertain them
at a public dinner on the. 11th inst.
The completion of the Great Saltern was
formally celebrated on the 8th inst. by a
banquet given on board, which was attended
by a number of distinguished persons. The
vessel is about ready lor service.
Tbe London Timet has an article on the
stipulations of the treaty, alleged to have
boon arranged between tho American Min
ister to Moxico, Mr. McLane and President
Juarez. Although tho limn thinks the
treaty would be beneficial to Mexico itself, as
well as the world, yet it fears it would result
: - i . : i - -. r , l l
iu injury vj vuv iiiwreBMi ui lurmgn uuuu
holdcrs. The Grand Duke Constantino of Russia had
arrived at Spithaad in a Russian vessel of
The London papers publish the provisions
of Sidney Herbert's new bill, organizing the
military reserve force.
Mazzini publishes in several of the London
journals an article under the caption of the
European Vmip a Ltat.
n-1. , r : i i t i
Aiiu jiiaincbn, uubu Ajiverjjvu; Ullil A.UUUUI1,
don, were generally quiet, without material
The Liverpool cotton market was steady,
but not very active, the sales of three days
reaching only a moderate figure.
Breadstuffs dull, but. without material
change m price.
Provisions closed steady.
Arrival of the Overland Mail.
St. Louis, August 20. The Overland Mail,
with dates to the 29 th ultimo, arrived here to
night. The late arrivals at San Francisco had made
some stir, but the market closed very dull, buy
ers holding off for better terms. Pork had de
clined, extra clear selling at a fraotion over
$11. Urain was in demand for export.
Tbe mining news was favorable, but the re.
celpts of dust were light. The Walker Rivor
and Washoe Valley mines were attraoting much
attention. Large numbers had departed for
The official returns eleot Judge Crane to Con.
cress from the proposed Territory of Nevada.
A convention was in session at Genoa, Car
son Valley, for the purpose of forming a pro
visional government it being the intention of
tno people to throw oa all allegiance to Mor
mon rule. They design eleoting a Governor,
Judges, and all necescary officers. '
A party of Californians, en route to St. Louis,
were attacked near South Pass, June 15. by
the Crow Indians, and George Stephenson, of
i-utsourg, Liavm More, ot Lancaster, Pennsyl
vania, and C. M. Hall, of Cincinnati, were
killed, ilenry k lorenoe, of Carlisle, Pcnnsyl
vania, was made prisoner.
Advices from Oregon state that Mr, Stout,
Democrat, is elected to Congress, by forty-one
Lieutenant Mullen was progressing finely
with the new road from Walla Walla to Salt
Lake. A large body of Frazer River miners
bad arrived at the new dizzinzs at North Cal-
ville, Oregon, who were reported to be making
irom so iofiu per aay. me accounts from
the Frazer River mines are more favorable.
New discoveries had been made north of Fort
Alexander. Rioh quartz bad been received at
viotoria irom ljueen Charlotte's Island.
Later from California and Mexico.
Havana, with dates from Saa Francisco to tbe
5th inst., via the Tehuantepeo routo, arrived
below to-night. The steamers J,hn L. Stcvent
nnd Orizaba, which left San Franoisco on the
Sth inst., for Panama, took down over $2,000,
000 in treasure and one thousand passengers.
Business at San Francisco was dull and prices
had a downward tendenoy. Candies firmer.
Choioe Orleans sugar was selling at 1010o j
i-iour at Money was easy.
Horace Greeley, who had arrived in Califor.
nia, was everywhere lionized. He estimates
the numbor of emigrants going to California,
ovenana, nt iniriy tnoosana.
Minititlan, August 17. The mails and
passengers have been robbed by Patricos. The
mails were cut open six miles from the town of
Miramon has dissolved his cabinet Mar-
Juose had revolted against Miramon, but the.
liberals were besieging Marquese in Caa
daljara. The Archbishop of Mexico had excommuni
cated the Liberal party. General. Woll had
beon defeated in Tamaslipas, losing all his
artillery. General Degallado had assumed the
command of the Liberal army, and promises
to take the Capital by October. He wants
$3,000,000 and forty thousand men.
Thedeoree against the Church was being
executed. The bonds of the matured debt had
risen ten per eent.
Later from Havana.
, in, BteaujBmn jiill-
Umore, from Havana, with advices to ths 13 ih
In.l . : 1 1 . . ,
uia.., airivnu uera mis morning. ' '
Thn Havana ItfAn.. . ,
and owing to the exoessive tightness, bonds,
signed by several of the leading houses, to the
extent of $10,000,000, and bearing four per
aan, lnMu. . I. - 1 1 , . .
uvu.. uiuu.il, am iu us iisuea ny tneopamsn
Bank of Havana.
Sugars wore heavy, exoept for Muscovado,
whioh was firm, owing to small stock. The
nuntatlnna. Vi n..... aaa h,i...-.j v-.l
I! , ; J nv.a uuvywXN, AVOW
ing doing in Molasses. Freights inaotive. . -'
Exohange had advanced on New York to
4(5 per oent. premium on sixty -day billr, and
nt Innn- , 1 1,'. 1 E . .
vh mvmvvi. .v .v(u,itf pap gni, premium.
c : Terms-Lcaih. -'('" V.
Advert iMrasnta not Bxcmdlnf Bva lines (Jjptts.
One wan. .,,r , , ,
, 1 so
. I A
Larger advertisements Inserted at the tDtknria
rates, for square of tea lines or less :
One i""1"- i - f es
Each addJUonal '"""" , M.n . , j at
One week.. .... .- 1 7.
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES!
NO. 8 EAST FOURTH STREET,
' Between Main and Bycamota,
SBB-Re-blndinir In every style.' tfusle Books
ly snd durably bound. C. CitOrPEB.
P. B. CLOOX & CO., t i
Cincinnati Bakery and Floor Store
- Mo. ill. Corner of Sycamore and Frost tts. Vj.
Pilot and Loaf Bread. Bod a. Boston. Busar. Ple-nte. .-A
Watap tnS It,,,.. l!r.rk.r. Alan, all orradaa of' - n
FLOCB at Wholesale and Retail. jeJO-aat
ANDERSON ft HANNArORD,AFcWteet,
S.W. corner Third nnd Syeamorsts.s
Jyl CINCINNATI, OIIIO. . ;
Madison House,; y
MAIN STHEKT, .w
BETWBBH FRONT AMD SECOND, OINOINNATI.
Ft P. CAHILL, Proprietor,
0 TJ L D RESPECTFULLY INFORM
tha citizena of Cincinnati that bs has n nan Ad
anofflce at No. 120 West Sixth street, for the treat
mentof CONSUMPTION and CHB0N1O DI8EABIS
generally. Consultation free. . '',), '; .
AMTOfllce hours, 10 to 12 and I to 4.
AVSTBoaldence, 233 Weet Fourth street. Jel0-ea '
PULLAK & WILLIAMSON,
(At the old stand or Pnllan, HatBeld k Browa,) '
No. 63 WKST BEOOHB ST.,
. .-, CINOimiATI. ;.f!
Joseph prjLlAN,formerlyofPuIlan,HatfleldABrow ,
wm. a. Williamson. ir2J-A0W
E.l. riTLLAE. aSO.BATtKU. r.S.EEOWN. B.SEnrMEf
PUIaLAN, HATFIELD & BROWN,
AND AOENTS FOB "' ' '
CINCINNATI STEAM SUOAK REFINEB V .
Ne. 55 Columbia (or Second) street.
St" Kenned Sugars and Sirups always on hand. "
THOS. H. WEASNER,
BUILDING LUMBER, LATH,
SHISOLE8, ETC., ITU.,
3T1 rium Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
F. M. MOORE. r ? ; ;
jSl XI. a 3EI ITEO T, , .
N. E. CORNER THIRD As RACE ST8., .. ;
CINCINNATI, OHIO. , (
Orders promptly attended to. BIT.
Js J. BUTLER'S
Excelsior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory, 39 Vine St. M '
JOHN P. HARRISON,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, and Commissioner
for Ohio snd othor States. Office, South-east
corner Fifth and Mudison-etrccts, Covington, Ken
' II.. P. EL1ASV. f..;;;
ITew WholesaJo ' , " ",
WATOII & JEWELRY IIOITSE
18 West Fourth Street,
Where can be bad every artiole appertaining to tha' '
Business at a ranch less price, for CASH, tbaa -'
has ever before been offered In this market. ...
GIVE US A, CALL
And see for yourselves. ' ' ap!4
WM. WH I TAKER
No. 64), N. X. Cor. Fifth and Lodge streets, betwe.
Walnut and Vine. Cincinnati.
A good assortment of 8ILVEH and PL AXED WABtw
8PEOTACLS, etc, kept constantly on hand. "
Special attention given to Gleaning and Bepsirlng
Watches and Jewelry. mrlO
BEGGS V SMITH, No. 6 Wert 4th St. .
ARB NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their larre assortment of Watches, Jewelry,
Silverware and Diamonds.
A line assortment of Plated Tea Sets and Cutlery .
and Opera Qlawea. X34
D. B. ANDREWS.
WATCH MAKER AND JEWKLER. .
J 4h No. 336 Filth Street, .
ta one booe watt or plom.
All work warranted to perform well, If not, ng) '
Watch el ry sold cheap. JeM-ltf
D. DE FOREST,
Book Binder and Paper Rulers .
Third story Times Building, will do all work In hi .
line with neatnesB snd dispatch. jy2S-ly
DR. M. ROGERS.
OF LONG EXPERIENCE IN THIS CITY,
Office, No. 84, Seventh-street .
THIRD DOOS WKST OP VIHR, 1 ' '
anl8-atnt CIMOIKNATI. '
(Successor to Knowlton A Taft.)
No. 36 West Fourth St., bet. Wnlnut St Viae.
S. L. BAMLEN. . - ; .- . . S. SsnTV. $ ,V
Drs. HAMLEN & SMITH, k?
, No. S West Fe"4, St. . '
dr: - b. wahtils. -v -it"'
X E N T
. Offios No. 1S8 West Fourth
Fourth stmt, , .
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h. s. winslow; -?.c;:-
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