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THE PENNY PRESS,
U printed and published daily,(Bnndari excel itedjb?
FRANCISCO & CALDWELL,
At So. 1 Weit Fourth Street,
and delivered to embscriberaln CINCINNATI, GOV.
1NOTON and K WPOttT, and In surrounding oltlM,
Village Dd towni, at
SIX CENTS A WEEK,
arable to the curler.
. PRICE OP MAILING.
Single Copies, 1 cti.l One Month, 40 eta.; Three
Month, f 1 00; One Year, 14 00.
AMUSEMENTS.
PIKE'S OPERA -MOUSE.
Chaii. M. Barkis Manager.
PUKES Of ADMISSION:
Pnriiuetle Circle, rarcjuctte and Balcony 91 OH
Gallery- fill
Private lloxea, eight peraoiis Iff 00
gTTheri la no FREE LIST at this establishment,
except that of the Public Proas,
THE MANAGER TAKES GREAT PLEAS
t'RK ill announcing to tli pnbllc that he has
effected a limited engaeement with the celelirated
FAZLODI
mii. opem mm,
Comprlalng In Its organization some of tbe greatest
lyric artists of the day.
On THURSDAY KVKNINO, September I, will be
presented, for the drat time in Cincinnati, Donizetti's
grand opera of
11 Poliuto,
THE MARTYRS.
With magnificent scenery, dreams, properties and
appointment, and the following great
CAST OX CHARACTERS.
Paolina (wife to Poliuto) Senora C. Alalmo.
Poliuto (a Christian Noophyte) Big. Sbriglla.
Bevaro (Roman pro-Consul) nig. Gnone,
Neario (friend of Poliuto) Big. Hedlanl.
Cnl latere (' Minister of the Temple of Jovel.BIg, liarlli.
Felice (father of Paollna)... V. Locatelli.
People, Ministers, Warriors, Christians, Ac. by the
full strength of the Company, to which will he added,
in order to give full ell'ect to tbe action of the opera,
a powerful military Baud.
On FRIDAY EVENING, Sept. 2, RIOOTilTTA,
with tli American cantatrlce Mrs. (JHAK
LOTTIi VAKIAN JAJIES, In the principal role,
upajjrted by Parudi, Bbriglia, Unone, and the full
strength of tbe Company.
W Doors open at 7X o'clock: coruniencoi at 8.
-Rox Oliiwi open from 9 A. M. until 4 1'. M.
7"No extra charge for reserved seats
sepl J.F. HERBERT, Treasurer.
GRAND SACRED CONCERT,
BY THE CONTINENTAL CHOIR OP
Cincinnati, at McKendre Chapel, Seventeenth
Ward, on TUESDAY EVENING, September 6. The
Programme will consist of Father Kimps best selec
tions, as sung by the "Old Folks;" logethor with
some of our best modern anthems.
Admittance, 2jconta. ' aenl-a
F ALICE GABDEN & VARIETIES.
VINE-STREET BET. FOUKTH AND FIFTH.
Proprietor and Manager .............H. E. Moaaip,
OPEN EVERY EVENINS WITH PROM
ENADE CONCERTS by
1 MENTER'S FULL BAND.
t'HARlUFG BALLADS,
BEAUTIFUL DANCES,
, .' COMIC BONOS,
ACROBATIC EXERCISES,
EIMOPIAN DELINEATIONS,
Bnrleaques, Pantomimes and Farces, by a company
of tbi rty performers and mnalcians, selected from the
best companies in the United States.
Admission Only Ten Cents.
limni
ANOTHER GREAT RACE.
CINCINNATI TROTTING PARK.
A TROTTING MATCH WILL COME
X- off over the above Track
on THORSDAY.September 1. ,
Mile heats, bestthreoioflve.to
harness, 1'tirse ana alas e,s.;7:.,
OWNIBS. ENTRIES. DK1VKES.
A. Mason B. m. "Kau'iy Hope,".. Mr. Dodge.
Mr. I,iaiiaw...B. g. "Mohawk," ,...E. II. Smith.
A. Kinkatd 0. ni. "Lady Gay," Jas. Hockey.
The above naes are considered te be very eeuallv
matched in speed, and it is confidently expected a
Tory oioseiy coutes.ea race win tie inaue,
Race to eome off at 4 o'clock.
Adiuimion to all parts of the track Si.
A train will leave tho Hamilton and Dayton Rail
road Depot at l!i o'clock; the round trip to and from
M) cents. T. .1. STEPHENS, Proprietor.
ru:tl
LARGEST MULE LIVING.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL EXHIBIT
at am the County Fairs in Ohio and Indiana,
the largest Mule known in the world,
19,'i Ilnntla Hisu-WeUlig 1,800 Founds,
Five Years Old.
Was raised by Dr. M'Cann, of Fayotte County. Ky,
Will be exhibited by
iinv, n. HUU51
an30-am
STRANGER'S GUIDE.
ARTIST.
, W. Phillips, So. Bacon's Bnlldlng, corner
Sixth atid Walnut.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS A SEEDS,
Wilder, Iloblnaon oV Co., 30 Walnut street.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY. ;
Anderson, Gate St Wright, 113 Main it ,
CABINET MAKER'S HARDWARE.
VIoAlpin, Hinman Co., 103 Walnnt it,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Kennel, Dudley St Co., agents, 19 Main it,
FLUID INK MANUFACTURE!?. '
J.J Bn tier, 39 Vine at.
LOCK AND KEY MANUFACTORY.
Geo. McGregor, 133 West Fifthstroet,
MEDICINES.
Dr. C. W. Rqbnck'a Scandinavian Blood Pills
ana mooa runner, no. o ,asi aounu aireei, see.
ond building from Main.
PAPER MANUFACTURERS.
Pollock cV IttcCnll, 339 Walnnt it.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Drs. Malone Si Beck, ST Broadway.
SEWING MACHINES.
Geo. B. Bleat etc Co., 34 West Fourth street.
SUGAR-CANE AND GRAIN MILLS.
Hedges, Free St Co., 6 Main st,
TRUNK MANUFACTORIES.
G. W. Shall, &7 Walnut street.
VETERINARY SURGEON.
J. C. Meyer, South-east corner Pike and Pearl sta
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
A. A. Eyater, Nos. 341 oV 'ill, Western Bow.
Beea & Smith, West Fourth st.
WINDOW SHADES AND OIL CLOTHS.
Bnowdcn A Otte, 91 West Fourth it.
WIRE CLOTH AND PRODUCTS.
H. G. Burnett Sc Co., 37 Walnnt st.
SIX CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE
PENNY PRESS ONEWEEK.
FRONT -STREET FACTORY
AND
LUMBER DEPOT,
No. 167 East Front Street, bet. Pike and Butler-st's,
Soutli-aide.
HAVING FITTED UP THE PREMISES
with th. most Imnrnved kind of anschinerv. I
am prepare J to furnish, at short notice, all kinds ot
U- I U..n,l,i.f .'i-nnn,ai. anrl .Inin.t.'. wnrtr
HaiIi. Hlimla. Doors. Flames and JMoldlnes. of all
' descriptions. Steamboat Lumber, Weather-board-ng,
Stiiugles, Siding, Flooring, Ac, kept constantly
on hand. Particular attention paid to planing, rip'
ninir Miwt.unriill Hawinff. Heavr framins: lumber can
be planed and trued 40 feet long, and 30 inchee wide.
Persona alwtit to Imild, will rind it to their adrau
tage to give me a call. ai. juwbs,
atr-bm Proprietor,
Tf ANCFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET,
XI M. and Boiler iron, nowDiaos, iwiuromiopi.ee,
Kte. Alao, Agents for the sale of lronton Star Nails.
Warerooms No. 19 Kaet Seoond Street, Cincinnati,
UUIO.
aWAll kinds Inn made te order.
10ft
TORANKLIN TYPE AND STERE0TYPK
Ml nHTVnllV n A F.T.THfsM BniuaIrkteani1.nt
IVVUVAll l,.ft V . , Y wi.irn.iiswiivvH.,-
rrioting AlatoritUt of til kludn l&t Vina itrcct. If
VOL. 2. NO. 10.
llcini
CINCINNATI, THURSDAY
SI
1.
MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1, 1859.
PRICE ONE CENT.
Arrivals of Trains.
IlJDIAHAPOMi A OlMClMNATI-9:40 A. M.J J:S5 P. M.l
Cincinnati, Hamilton and Datton--T:4S a..;1D:47
a.m.;:40p.m.;10:I()Imi.
Vi W,"I7:M 1:50 .i7:18 P.M.; 10:49
Kabietta Ann CutciNNATi-10:20 A. 9:1S r. M.
Ohio and Mississippi 7:15 A. .; 2:0or. .; Ki:i y. w
CoVItiOTON AND LEXINOIOM-lOiaO A. St.; 7:05 1, H,
Departures of Trains.
ISDIASAPOLIS AND ClNCINATt-S:&9 A. ST.; 12:00 M.i
6:00 P.M. 1
Cincinnati, Hanilton and DATTON-Indlanapnlii
nuu uinveiauu, n;isiA. h.: sanuuaay oiaii, s:ina. as.I
Littkb Miami Cleveland and Plttbug, 11:00 A. w.;
uHi.emiiu, riiiBiiurK ami rteiinir,n:.niA. w.; uomni
bus Accommodation, 4:40 p. Cleveland, Pitts
Ohio and Missisatppi-St. Louis, 9:00 1, Iionls.
.in., .,iu r. m.i ot. bum., o:oif p.
PlTTIBUBO, OOLCHBUB AND CINCINNATI (SteubenTillt
Short Line) East Front-streot Depot-:00 1, .;
O.UVA. 1.., 1 l.OU T. M.
OiKvmAND.ConiMBns and OtNciNNATi-Bast Front
a.i.o. v.w j.., ooUA. li:MJ W. H.
Cincinnati and Mabictta :1Sa. m.; 3:8(1 p. k. '
Osntbal Omn From East Front-street Depot 8:30
Covinoton and Lexinqton tl:2fi A. M.J 2:30 P. H, "
News and Gossip.
iThe steamer Arrtie. formorlv conneotoi
with Dr. Kane's explorations1 at the North I'olo,
ta fitting oat at Norfolk ns a light ship.
St. Paul. Minnesota, is irriavouslv
plagued with hooping-eougb. All tho Young
Amerioa of the place is hooping.
p3 You win a woman by appealing to her
impulses; you win a man by appoaling to his
interest. It is all tho difference botwoon a
compliment and a bribo.
A New York nreaobor haa in vi tml Mm.
Sickles to stay at his house while her husband
la at Washington. Don't let her do it, Dan.
Louisville Journal.
fi' "Sir," (aid a oolnorteur to a hotel rro-
pnetor, "shall I leave some tracts here?"
"Yes," was the reply, with the heela this
way."
,JA olear-makina machine has been in
vented and patented by a Frenchman, and is
now in use. it makes forty-two cigars in ten
minutes, or two hundred and lifty-two in one
hour.
.ISif War increases the nrl nf nm. S,
great a quantity of rngs has been bought up to
make lint for the wounded m.liliRrlv in T.nm-
hardy, 88 to cause a rifo of about a furthing a
pouuu in some Kinus ot paper.
NAVAL Intki.I.KIKNCH Thn trnlleil Rliitns
briira Doluhin. Canlsin RfodinAn. ami ifn.'ti.
hrul'je, Captain Woodale, were at Buenoa
Ayres juiy o; and tba united Ktatos brig
Perry was at Montevideo same dato.
The Pennsvlvanin. R.ilrn.d Pninnnnv
are rebuilding most of their bridges on the line
of their Road between Altoona and Hunting
ton. Tha new fltrupJiirpa are vuHnnirmUv i,n
and are of the most subatantial and durable
kind.
Rich. A citizen of MnmnliiR .xltA,! innrn.
nejation for hospital terriccs, the other day,
aaid services having consisted in attendance,
Unon hut own HU-k inil'v. who bnd hnn i,nnv.voil
to that institution because tbe husband was
anable to support her during her illness. i
THK CMIR-TTmiHH! Thn nlnh-hnniii, nnn.
erty, on Seventeenth-street, Washington City,
so intimately associated with tho tragedy tn
which Philip Barton Koy Ml a victim, has
been sold. A. B. Stoughton, Esq., becomes
the purchaser, at tweDty thousand dollars.
Tbr Wbitk House Com p'lktkiy Eclipsed.
Mr. Downing, the lamented horticulturist and
landscape gnrdner, in the account of hit visit
to Woodburn Abbey, in England, says: "There
are twenty thousand country hoases in England,
eacn larger than the rrcsidont s houae in
Washington.
Scddbh Drath at a FtiNRRAL. Just before
tha funeral of Mr. Samuol Phillies left his late
residence in Trenton, N. J., last Thursday
afternoon, Mn. Klein, a relative of tba de
ceased, while viewing the body, was suddenly
soipou wnu Ej'ttnu, anu,aiinouga xneaicai aia
was at hand, expired in less than two hours.
overnor Medary, of Kansas, accord
ing to the Washington State, gives a glowing
description of Kansas end its prospects.
He believes that it will eventually be one of
the largest States in tho Union, and that its
gold-fields will furnish a supply for tho
whole world.
Slow Pay. We have been told by Mr. Jo
nas Eoker, that twenty oneyears ago a gentle
man in rather low circumstances purchased an
entire suit of clothes from him, but owing to
bis depressed finanoial condition, was com
pelled to defer payment until better times. His
circumstances did not improve any, conse
quently he oouid not pay. Nor was payment
ever asked at his hand by Mr. Eoker. But
strange to say, a few days ago he came and
made prompt payment, of his own freo "good
will" even offering to pay interest on the
amount of the bill. New Windsor Herald.
Fivk Thousand Dollars in Jkwf.i.rv Stoi.ks.
Tho watch and jewelry establishment of
Benjamin Barton, King-street, Alexandria,
was entered by burglars, on Fridoy night,
and gold and silver stolen to tho amount of
five thousand dollars. Entrance was ell'cctctl
by cutting through a partition which separ
ated tha jeweler's establishment front au un
occupied house adjoining, which was under
going repairs. This is the fourlh robbery
that has taken place on tho same squiirQ
within eighteen months, the aggregate losses
being some If I S,000. Wtitkiuytm Cuiutitntiim.
ELOl'EUgXT OP AN EDITOR WITH HISWll n's
Sistkb. A Mr. Van Boren, editor of the
Scmersot (N. J.) H7';, ran away last woek
with his wife's lister. Tbe parties bad boon
much respected. Van Boren is about thirty
five years old, and has left a wife and two
children. The lady is about twenty-two years
old, and is said to be beautiful. An intimacy
ia supposed to have existed betweon them for
some time. They lave fled to California.
Van Boren loft a letter to his wife, saving that
he had provided for her wants for some time
to oome, and would make remittances.
Balk op Virginia Watkrino-PIjAcbs. The
Fauquier White Sulphur Springs wero sold
last week. Seven hundred acres of land at
tached to the property were sold to Colonel
Wm. J. Green for twonty-one dollars per acre.
The remaining portion of four hundred and
ten acres, and the buildings included, were
sold to Mr. Huggin, of Carolino County, for
thirty-two thousand dollars. The watering
plaoe, known as tbe Rockbridge Baths, in
Rookbridge County, was sold to Wm. A. Mann,
for twenty-ono thousand dollars. Tbe Cold
Sulphur Springs, in the same county, were
alao exposed for sale, but bid in by tbo pro
prietor at twenty thousand dollars. ,
Bicknkss AT Sikbiia Lf.onk, We had ml
vices from Africa, a few days sbo. announc
ing that the yellow fever prevailed nt Sierra
JUeone, ana Had carried oil a number of Ku-
ropeans. Tho Salem Itnjittrr says that a let
ter received in that city from Sierra Leone,
dated July 22, stall's that it was then, and
had been for some lime, very sickly there,
and that many deaths had occurred among
tho foreign residents. Twelvo of tho Euro
pean houses were closed in consequence
the death of tho heads of tho respective
firms. In oue instance whore the head
the house had gone on a visit to Europe, all
the clerks died of the fever shortly after he
left.
Destruction of a City by an Earthquake.
The English papers reoeived by tho JFAna,
announce the entire destruction of the anoiont
eity of Erzroom, in Turkey, by repeated shocks
of earthquake within the last three months.
The first earthquake occurred June 1, and A
letter from ono of tho missionaries of tbe Amer
ican Board gires a vivid description of the first
great shock. He aays:
The first shook, which was not very aerere,
was felt about eight o'clock A; M., June 1,
and at 10 o'clock A. M. the following day
came the fearful earthquake, which laid in
ruins 2,001) housos, nearly destroying 1,51)0
more, and injuring 1,2(10 others; leaving (ac
cording to the acoounta of Turkish oflioials,)
over 1,300 houses unharmed bat I do not be
live that there are one hundred houses in
Erzroom as sound as they were before the
earthquake. The shock was not only felt
throughout the city, but the villages on the
plain, and even at Ilassan-Kallab, twenty
miles to the east.
According to official returns, three hundred
and eighty doad bodies have been taken out
from the ruins, about two hundred wounded,
and si.vty aro. missing. Tho heavy shock,
which did the mischief, is aaid to have con
tinued about oight seoonds, anil it waa followed
by throe others, less severe, on tho same day.
Shocks, moro or less severe, wcro also felt at
intervals during eight consecutive days, since
whioh there has been perfect quiet, and the
work of building and repairing ia now going
on as rapidly as possible.
It is a singular fact that the destruction
was almost entirely confined to the Moslem
quarter of the oity, and only twelvo Christians
lost thoir lives. None of our protestant friends
were injured, though sevoral barely escaped
with life. One woman, sister of our native
preacher, B. liohannes, feeling the waving to
and fro of the house, seized ber two little
children, and escaped ia time to see roof and
wall come down with a orash where she had
been sittiog. Part of another bouse, adjoining
ours, was crushed, but no one was harmed.
The two mission-houses wore injured, but not
very seriously. '
Border City Horse Fair—First Day.
PIQUA, OHIO, August 30, 1859.
This Fair is a great success. There is now
on the grounds some of tho finest stock in the
West. There ia more fast trotting stook bore
than has evor before assembled at any previous
fairs evor held in the State.
The great two mile and repeat race, however,
between "Big Wagoner," out of tbe old "Wag
oner," "Glondnle," out of old "Uloncoe," and
"Blue-Tailed Fly," out of "Grey Eagle," to
come off on Thursday, will be the great attrac
tion of the Fair. These horses are all from
the best stook the country has evor produced,
and bars all made their mark as first-class
racers. This race is creating an immense ex
citement, and will draw together the largest
crowd that has evor beretolbre assembled to
gether at a similar Fair.
Persons wishing to visit this Fair can leave
Cincinnati on tho early morning train and ar
rive at nine o'clock, A. M.j returning, leave
at six P. M.
Sparrows for New Zealand.
It appoars from the papers that, in Now
Zcalaud, the country, ut particular seasons, is
invadod by armies of caterpillars, which clear
off tho graiu crops as completely as if mowed
down by a scythe. With tho view of counter
acting this plague a novel importation has
linen made. It i thus noticed by tho Southern
Croat:
Mr. Brodio hits shipped three hundred spar
rows on board the Smordjlth, carefully selected
from tho bust hedgerows in England. The
food alone, he informs w, put on board for
them, cost eighteen pounds. This sparrow
question has been a long standing joke in
Auckland; but tho necessity to farmers of small
birds to keep down the grub is admitted on nil
sides. There is no security in New Zealand
against tho invasion of myriads of caterpillars
which devastate tho crops. Mr. Brodio has ac
climatized" tho pheasant, which is abundant in
the North. The descent from' tho pheasant to
sparrows is somewhat of an anti-climax; but
should the latter multiply, the greatest benefit
Australian
Mail.
Mammoth Wrought Iron Vessel.
The English Government are building a
wrought iron -vessel of immense sizo,
strength , and slenm power, especially adapted
ns a vessel of war, and for running down
ships of the largest kind, not even except
ing the frail AWiru itself. Suiliciciit pro
gress has been made with the iron work to
mako it certain that she will bo afloat and
rendy for sea by June next. Her dimensions
will be extreme length, three hundred and
eighty feet; breadth, fifty-eight feet: depth,
forty-one feet six inches, aud her tunnage
six thousand one hundred and seventy-seven
tuns. The weight of the empty hull will bo
live thousand seven hundred tuns. The
engines are to be twelve hundred and fifty
horse power, and their weight with boilers
will be nine hundred and fifty tuns. Sho
will carry nine hundred unit fifty tuna of
coal, and her armament, musts, storos, Ac,
will amount to cloven hundred tuns more.
Thus, at sea, her total weight will bo about
nine thousand tuns.
of
of
A Man Rksumikctki). The Franklin (La.)
! iWii has tho following:
A man, who says his name is Ridens, ar
rived here a few days ago from the Bayou
Mason, He tolls the following story on him
self, which would soeiu to need confirmation:
Ho, Ridens, was ono of a party to ruu a girl
off who wished to get married without the
consent of ber parents. They took a boat
soniewhcro up the Mason, and some time af
terward the parents, with a pursuing party,
overtook tho boat and stoppod her. A fight
then ensued between tho two parties for tbe
girl, in which Rides s ' received two severe
blows upon the head, one of which laid him as
senseless as death. He waa believed, in faot,
to be dead, and was consequently huniedly
buried. About two hours afterward, two doc
tors who wanted his body, dug bin up, and
finding symptoms of vitality in him, applied
the necessary remedies and restored him to
life.
A Hon IliNtiiNt! a Orazy Nkiiro. The
Helena (Ark.) Shu-Id, of tho 2(lth of August,
snys that a negro named Culvin was hung in
that county ou the preceding Wednesday, by
citizens ot Richmond and adjoining town
ships, lie was charged with murdering an
overseer named Bickors. The reason as
signed for thus dealing summarily with him,
is the fact that ho bad been subject at times
to alienation of mind, which might, in case
of a regular legal trial, have caused his ac
quittal. That ho was sane when the killing
took place, the testimony, such as could be
adduced, was conclusive A short time be
fore his execution he talked freely with two
ministers of the Gasjiel Messrs. Grant and
Black who asked him if ho had any idea, of
a future state. He merely said he waa going
to hell that there was no other hope or ex
pectation in his mind; and whilo prayer was
being offered up, he manifested a sort of sto
ical indiirereuce. . '.. . . .v
3-Thore . have passed through Council
Grove, Kansas, since March, beside gold
seekers ton numerous to bo registered, 2,31)9
men, 1,070 wagons, 840 horsoo, 1,000 mules,
15,000 oxen, 7J carriages, nnd over 1,900 tuns
of freight. 1 , The valuo of this merchandise,
stock, A-c, is estimated at over $1,500,(100.
Electricity Applied to War.
Mr. John Calvert has written from Paris
the following letter:
For many yenra I liavo been perfecting a
principle (casually alluded to myself t tho
meeting of the British Association nt Liver
pool! for the application of electricity to war
like piirposeSi The jjxplosive properties nre
as yet only partially known, btlt I have dis
covered that metals in their electric fluid
state may be applied to a more offensive and
destructive cngino of warfare than man has
ever yet contemplated. Such a d iscovcry in
the hands of an ambitious man would go litr
to give him power over the wholo world;
while for mi industrious nation, whoso object
was only the protection of its rommerccthe
possession of such a nientisof rest faint won Id
go far to dtopel any attempts at aggression.
Discovered to the world, it might end nil war
fare, for who would be paid to ehconntcr tho
mortal effects of such a weapon, evcli should
they be provided with liko instruments them
selves? My engine will command a range of
seven miles, and on the return to the wu th of
the missiles thrown, the point of contact will
bo subject to vibration, and for many yards
around all life would bt completely annihila
ted. Jn writing this letter 1 o in not actuated
by any desiro of disposing of my discovery,
but 1 want to erect in England one of my
most powerful engines, nt the expense of thoso
who may voluntarily subscribe to its erec
tion. With this object I will covenant to show
to oil subscribers tho terrific effects of elec
tricity under a new mode of application, but
I wish to reserve to
English Paper.
Discovery of a New Motive Power.
The Paris correspondent of tho London ,ir
says:
The announcement made in the Atcurn, of
Taris, of the discovory of a new motive power
which, upon experiment, has been found to be
entirely successful, has created a great sensa
tion. The discovory has been made by a young
workman named Jacob, a turner in copper, and
was tho result of an accident. While seeking
to iocroaso the power of his turning lathe, a new
means of power was suddenly rovealcd to him,
whereby hehBsbeen able, alone, without assis
tance, to construct a machine which increases
two hundred fold the labor of one man, and
may bo inoroasod to unlimited oxtcnt, Tho
Inventor, who has hitherto worked an athv, at
Escarbotia, baa been, of course, sent for at
Paris, and has already nearly completed
machine applicable to every species of industry.
If success should attend tho experiment, for
which it is understood ono of the great indus
trial capitalists furnishes tho money tbo dis
covery will put an end to all Btoatn power and
every other oxpensire action, and tho result is
waited for with the greatest anxiety in tho
manufacturing world. Alrondy have the pro
prietors of the spinning works at Schalfhausen
boon induced to come to Paris in order to hear
the first nests of the success or failuro of tho
trial.
A U0R8K-T111RI' Suov in Illinois. Tho
Sheriff of Woodford County, Illinois, and
Mr. Miller, of Decatur, wore pursuing two
horse-thieves, whom they overtook a fow miles
north of Bloomington, in McLean County, on
Friday last. Thoy rodo toward the men uutil
quite near them, when suddenly tho fellows
drew each a revolver, nnd covering bis man,
separated to Btriko out across tbo prairie The
Sheriff followed ono, Miller took tbe other,
and tho former pressed his fi;;i;ivo so close
that the latter turned, and uiudo coma move
ment ns if to Urn. wbon tho Sheriff suddenly
fired his own pistol, and shot tlio intiu through
tbe breast. lie fell instantly dead from the
saddle without a word, tbe ball having passed
through his heart. Tho other iann, seeing the
fate of his cororado, gave himself up quiotly.
Both the living and the doad honjo-thiof wore
taken to Bloomington on Friday night.
A Skcojid Sam Patch, Almost. Several
days ago a fellow hailinir, from Rockland
County, N. Y., and calling himself Jim
Tatch, jumped from the mast-head of the
sloop Sophie, into tho water below, n ilislance
of oighty-five feet, nt Albany, T. Y. Tho
sloop at the time laid nt tho lower dock, Sing
Sing, in about seven feet of water. At the
appointed t ime, in tho presence of about four
hundren villagers, Jim mntlebis jump, firing
a couplo of pistols in his decent. lie struck
the water and stuck in tho mud, and that
was tho last that was seen of him until
voniif mull matte a divo from the dock nnd
brought him up by the hair. By tho uid
a bout-nook no was dragged asiiore. Atter
rolling him on a barrel he was restored
consciousness.
Ssake amoko tub Poultry. A correspond
ent of the Fredoricksburg lb raid, writing from
Madison County, Va., mentions the following
as a "faot" which ooourred thore recently.
is ono of those "(ffa" which are strongor ana
harder to believe than moderate fiction:
A lady, hearing an alarm in her hen-house,
proceeded to ascertain tho causo, and found
very large black snake. She sont immediately
for her husband, who shot its bead off, and
upon examination found it contained three
egg", Beven chickens, and had swallowed a ban
as far as the wings. A few day a after, another
was killed in the saoio place, and contained
fifteen eggs.
A Rmiarkahlk Old La ut. There is a lady
residing near Little (Jeorgetown, Virginia, who
it in her eighty-third year. Her descendants
consist of twelvo thildron, forty grandchildren
and eighteen greatgrandchildren. She very
frequently walks from fifteen to twenty miles
per day to visit her friends, and oarrios with
her a bundle weighing from ten to fifteen
pounds. In her domestic affairs sho enn equal
the majority of our young females, Sho assists
in preparing breakfast, dinner and supper, and
in addition can spin sixteen cuts of yarn per
day. This is loud talk for old Berkoley, but
is nevertheless founded upon facta.
IIiuh Pricks for Slavics. A correspondent
of tho Petersburg (Va.) Vcm, writing from tho
Montgomery Springs, Bays:
There was a large sale of slaves at Abing
don yesterday, and many persons went up
front bore to attend, but the prices at which
they sold kept off all the planters. The aver
age was considerably over one thousand dol
lars all round. An ordinary girl, fifteen years
of age, sold for sixteen hundred and fifty dol
lars. A oarpentor and a blacksmith sold each
for about twenty-five hundred dollars, and
faot such prices as they sold at wore never
heard of before anywhere.
Oi,n Bachklobs. A Philadelphia paper
says as the days grow shortor and colder, old
bachelors become more and more restless and
dissatisfied, and after a while a panacoa
sought for in a pair of dimples, a marriage
certificate, and five hundrod dollars' worth
household furniture, and congratulates tho
clergymen that the coming winter is fore
shadowed as one of unusual asperity, and
"marriage foes will bo plethoric."
Coal Oil. The manufacture of coal oil
kerosene is carried on very extensively all
over the country, and is said to be very profit
able, The highest yield of oil from coal
aaid to be ono hundred and ten vallons from
tun of coal. Some coala yield 1.. rery littlo oil
that the cost of mannfaoture makes it unprofit
able. The light from a single burner of coal
oil ia aaid to be equal to three or four sperm
oandlea. It is aold for about $1 60 a gallon.
A Japanese Printing-Office.
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A Hong Kong correspondent of tho BoBlon
Traveller gives the following description of a
Japanese printing-office:
I nt onco pushed n heat , and crossing tho
little stone-nrcheil bridge, which unites I)e
sinia with Nticnsnki, i was soon in one of the
priucipnl streets, and opening a Inrgo closed
gaie 111 tue nign unu ninssivo wait on (lie
stret, stood in tho spacious court before the
printing estriblishmont. How much in con
trast the tnsto of tho I'agan Japanese with
that of tho Dutch Christians ! Elegant
shrubs and flowers adorned this court n
front, while in the rear of the building rose
tull pines and evergreen tri-es which stretched
their long, verdant anus over the building,
as if to adorn, protect, nnd bless it. Tho
structure itself is Bpscious, neat, and even
handsome, the roof being in the Chinese sty li'
of architecture in their temples, und covered
with tiles, interlacing, and bidding defiance
to water whilo tho lloors of two rooms in the
ollioe proper were covered with neat mats,
and surrounded by sliding paper walls, while
tho ceiling is of wood, handsomely painted.
Tho establishment belongs to the tlovern
tncnt, and is managed by tho Government,
whose ollicials were (seated, as iikuuI, on the
lloor, and doing little or Bulbing, siueo thirty
days were to be spent, according to usage, in
silenlly niouminir for the Emperor, Who had
just deceased, during which time all public
offices are closed and all public business sus-
penned, indeed, it. was quite uncertain
whether, in tlicee cireuuistuncos, I could gain
admittance. With the usual Japanese cour
tesy, however, the doors wcro opened, and I
wus freely and politely shown all the apart
ments and materials of tho establishment.
On one sidoof tho oflice was a hand-press,
of respectable tha and good condition, while
on the other side was a "power-press,"
moved by a wheel of litrgc diameter, in per
fect order, mid of sufficient sixo to print the
largest 6hceU usunlly struck ofl in the
United Suites. Tho press was not in motion,
for the reason before given, and the rollurs
wero suspended over the wall, and renins of
paper piled up near the press, and the work
men hanging about idle, as if they were
patiently waiting for the expiration of the
aays 01 mourning, to resume tneir moors.
Beside theso thero wus another press, of the
smallest dimensions, on which, when I made
a second visit, some time after, two men
were striking off two ocluvo pages of a new
Japanese work in natural history, the edition
consisting of thirty copies. II, was tho en
terprise of a young Japaneso doctor, who
had been instructed ly a Dutch physician
residing in the city. Stands and cases wero
arranged ns with us, one side of the office
huving tho Roman typo used in printing
books und pnmphlets in Dutch, and tho other
tho Japanese; lor types in tho Jupaucse char
acter arc now cast in Holland, and have dis
placed tho wooden blocks formerly used.
The boxes of the Japanese loiters were ar
ranged on the same principle as with us, but
in different order. 1 tried my hand in pick
ing up some of these strange characters, but
probably a good deal lo the divcrtiscmcitt of
the Japanese compositors. Tho types, both
Roman and Japanese, were almost new, and
everything indicated that the Japaneso were
fur ahead of tho Dutch in the typugniphicai
art, its widl us in everything elso.
Some of the papor uied in printing is thick,
white, and close, and receives a fine iiiipres.-ioii.
It is made neither of rags nor cotton, but of the
bark of a tree, called tho "paper mulberry,"
and is clienti us well as good. Tho printed
sheets wero hung up overhead to dry, just as
with us. A dozon or twocty hands are em
ployed at thn cuse and the pruss, who appeared
to be expert workmen, and were quite courte
ous. The establishment is managed entirely
by the Japanese, not a singlo Dutchman being
admitted either as superintendent or workman.
The Japaneso are almost universally readers,
having their schools established by law, and
books for the uso of tho scholars and the peo
ple. Most of theso hooks are small, nnd full
of tho most ludicrous illustrations, from which
Punch must have borrowed many of his ideas,
though inferior. Most of theso books arc, of
course, of littlo value in morals or science,
whilo not a few are licentious and obscene.
The Japanese have now got the idea that the
English is a unvorsal language, and the Dutch
of little value, from which impression, and a
very just one, tho young peoplo who aro des
tined to business, or are ainbitiom of political
distinction and honor, arc seized with a passion
to learn our language,
Littlo as tho Dutch have done for Christian
izing and civilizing Japan and rather they
have been the enddest curse ever inflicted on
any nation since the earth was inhabited
they were willing, for the sake of monoy, to
procure tbo printing materials from Holland
which the Jnpanose now use. The Japanese
will not need to sond abroad for them again,
since their own wonderful ingenuity is able to
provide them hereafter as they shall be needed.
I ought to have stated that I found a book
bindery close to the press.
Breadstuffs and Provisions.
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The Socrotary of tho Treasury has furnished
an exhibit of the aggregate value of breadstuffs
exported to foreign countries from the United
States from 182S to 1:")S. We give tho state
ment for the last seventeen yours, beginning
with 1842. The importance of breadstuff's in
our export trade to Europe, ,Vc, is thus fully
shown, as well as tho part which salted pro
visions occupy iu our foreign export. The
shipment of b roads tu lis ia 18,rj-1357 exceeded
that of the famous famine year 1847, while
that of provisions was larger in lS.'i.'i-'ti than at
any previous or subsequent period. If we
could rely upon such an export (seventy-four
to seventy-soven millions annually) for the
future, it would givo a groat stimulus to pro
duction in our country.
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Kid Hlovks. Take a piece of soft flannel, or
very fino sponge, ft cup of sweot i-'i milk,
somo vhite soap. Put tbo soiled glove on ono
hand, dip the flannel in the milk, rub on Homo
aoap, and with the other band rub the glovo
till tho dirt is all off, changing tho milk when
it becoinos much aoilod. If you profer it, you
can lay the gloves on a towel folded sevoral
timos, sproad thorn out smooth, and rub them
in that manner with a flannel, milk and soap.
Lay the gloves botwoon folded towels till tbey
are nearly dry, whon you will find, by stretch
ing them, eithor with the fingers or n glove
stretcher, they will look like new. This re
oipe has saved me in gloves more than a year's
subscription to tho paper from which I ob
tained it. (Tried.)
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Sump koh Tk.vai. The Indianapolis Senti
nel says that Messrs. West and Patterson are
sending to Texas an army of sheep from that
vicinity some four or Ave thousand. Tha
different lots are to be gathered at Vinoennes,
from whence they proceed aoross Illinois, and
through Misaonri and Arkansas to their desti
nation in middle Texas.
Rates .of advertising
Term Cash.
Adrertlwni.nU not exceeding Ore lines (Asato.)'
One Insertion.
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Lareer advertisement! Inserted at the followia
rates, for square of ten lioea or leaa :
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BUSINESS CARDS.
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Book, Binding
IN ALL, ITS BRANCHES!
NO. 8 EAST FOURTH STREET,
Between Alain and Sycamore.
CINCINNATI.
aWT-Be-bindlng In every Itjle. Muiic Books neat
ly and durably bound. . . , O. UBOPPBB. 1
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ANDERSON AH ANN AF0RD, Architect,
Manchester Building,
8. W. eoraer Third and Sycamore eta.i ;
Jyl CINCINNATI, OUlO
Madison House,
MAIN STREET,
BETWEEN FRONT AJTD SECOND, 01X0INNATI.
Fa P. CA1IILL, Proprietor.
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WILLIAM GUILFORD,
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0ULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
tha citizens of Cincinnati that be haaonened
an office at ino. lai west Bixtn aireei, inr tne irear.
nientof CONSUMPTION and CHRONIC DISKABit)
uc-ncrallT. Consultation froe.
M-Office hours, 10 to mid 2 to 4.
AWReaidence, 233 West fourth itreet. jelO-cm I
PULIAN ti WlilAAMmit,
(At the old atand of Pnllan, Hatfield A Brown.)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
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OIHCIKNATl.
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WH. B. WILLIAMSON. MrM-AOW
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PDLLAN, HATFIELD & BROWN,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND AOENT8 FOB
CINCINNATI STEAM SUGAR REFINERS'
Ne. 55 Columbia (or Second) itreet.
mw BefluedSngari and tiirnps always on hand.
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DKALEB IN ALL HINDI Of
BUILDING LUMBER, LATH,
SHINGLES, ETC., ETC.,
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N. E. CORNER THIRD An RACK 8TS.,
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Order! promptly attended to. ml7.
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A TT0RNEY-AT-LAW, and Commissioner
jm lor Ohio and other Htalen. Office, Houth-caat
corner Filth and Unuison-atrei'ts, CoTimituii, Ken
tucky. auI6-ani
FOR STEM CiTIaRKIK a PLATES
CO T)
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IS. 1 EL118'
New "Wholesale
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Will j 1 ax.rJiU
16 West Fourth Street,
Where can be had every article appertaining to the
BuainwMi at a iiiuch lefts lii'ire, for CASE, then
baa ever before been offered in tble market.
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And pfoyirso!vea.; apH
WM. W HI TAKER.
J EWE LEU,
No. 64,' N. E. Cor. fifth and LodKe atreots, lietwee
Walnut and Vino, Cincinnati.
A good aaaortmentof Slf.YJilt and PLATKD VAKK.
Sl'KCTACLS, etc. kept constantly on hand.
Bpocial attention given to Cleaning and Bepalring
W atone and Jowwlry. my 10
BEGCS fc SMITH, No. G West 4th St.
ARE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of WatcbM, Jewelry,
tjilveru aru and Diamonds.
ALSO
A flnp assortment of Plated Tea Met and (Jntlery1
and Opera Olaaeos. 224
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WATCH MAKER AND JEWELER
CilJtjjtS OMB BOOB Wr.BT Ot PLUM.
AM. work warranted to perform well, If not, ne
charge.
Watch elry sold cheap. je24-laf
D. DE FOREST,
Rook Binder and Paper Ruler,
Third atory Tiroes lluildlna, will do all work iu hi
line with neatnesa and dispatch. jviiS-lJ
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Office, Mo. HI, Seventh-street,
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(Successor to Knowlton A Taft.l
DENTIST,
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CINCINNATI, OHIO.
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DENTISTS,
No. 3 Weft IrV"la St.
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3D 333 N T I ST
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jy?.i.cin CiNcwitATi.
MEDICAL CARDS.
MEDICAL.
UR. J. WILSON'S Offioe,58 West Fourth
atrtwt, where he may be ronanlted dnliy for all
ITemale Comvlaiuts, Inllaninmtion of the Cervli,
Prolapsus Uterra, all displacements of tha Womb.
Spinal and Cerebral affections, and other oritanicdis
earns common to females. The Doctor's long expe
rience and recent discovery in the treatment of thn
abovn diseases, can not fail to give entire satisfaction.
The Doolor ia agent for a European Female monthly'
Pill; price l and two alanine. aul6-3m
R. S. KEWTON, Mi D.
Office, 90 Weit Seventh Street,
, limn TOT AID BACI. . 106
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