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THE DAILY PRESS
At No. 14 eat.Foicrtli'iltreet,
nil delivered to aitbscrrberi to CINCINNATI. COV
INGTON and NKWPORT.aad la surrounding cltiee.
TUiagee ana towne, at
SIX CENTS "A' WIC K?Z
payabl. to th oaxrl.r. .
PRICK OF MAILING.
Blngl OopkM, I cti.i On Month, 40 ctt.j Ibn
MUUIU'I VI VU VMSB XI I VI VW .
NEW NATIONAL THEATER
liHwii BA.g, ftn1 Leasee; P. A. DAallDlf, Stag
manager, w.vi. iivariuvii ireeeorer.
Sixth week of th engagement of the calibrated
M'Ue Louise U ells' Equestrian and Dra
WEDNESDAY EVENING. Mav 18.
sill be innnt-
dfortha second tlma In tlila city, the great
iriau urama la tnree act., calico
., EAULH EYB.
Conuesw. M'IIb Loiilne Wells: Eagle Eye. Ottohon-
te Mr. 0. ,1. Arnold: Dob, Mr. W, T. Avium; John
Niuith, Mr. Lefflngwatl; Hod Hand, Mr Hlovln; Cues.
(Stanley, nr. isnie; sirs. Biniin, sire, villains.
To conclude witti th laughable faro called th
Hon. Mr. Lavlson, Mr. Mortimer; Mr. Turtle, Mr.
zinmiiioni mre. Aume, nrcaiuia jours.
OOBNEB BIXTB VINE Ta., CINCINNATI.
Oaoaoi Wood, Manager; 0. C. Bstaxt, Stag Man
ager; P. B. UnsTan, treasurer.
NoTici Tims Chahocd. Doors open at X o'clock;
Performance commence, at 1 o'clock.
Pairs or Admission. Dress Circle and Parquette,
euoenrs-, s amuy uircis, -a cent.
Heal, can le eecurad at th Box Office from 10 A.
-St. until 4 P. M.
Third night of the celebrated Comedienne,
. JUIM4 MAOGIK MITCHELL,
WEDNESDAY KVKNINO. Mnv 18.
rill be pi
tinted, for th third time In thla city, an oris
drama, In three acta, written expressly for Ml.. Mi
gie Mitchell, by James Pilgrim, jr., entitled
THE PIRATE PRINCE;
Ob, Thk Sft or Naflks.
Center I no - ............ ..M1hii Mitchell,
Bertoldo Myrtello .M.MM,MMtan ............ Mr. Ellsler,
Count Mnufrone Mr. Collier.
Urand Duke of Naples Mr. Warwick.
Kordinirml, King of Naples............... Mr. Hmith.
Gonzales ..........................Mr. ulassford.
Zanlne Dim cveritt,
Overture - Orchestra.
' To conclude with ... ...
Duke St. Lornie
Mlsa Meauln Mitchell
..a. .Mr. Kllsler
In preparation, the new piece called "The Little
Savage," and "My Grandfather's Willi or, the Mau
MR. J. TOSSO'S,
Will take plnce
AT SMITH & NIXON'S HALL,
On THURSDAY EVENING, iWity 19.
On which occasion th following farorlte artists hare
klmllv volunteered their services : Mad. CAROM NK
HIVE, Miss HENRIETTA STAUB, Miss SOPHIA
PROGRAM MEPART FIRST.
1. Nolo Violin, D Berlot. J. Toseo.
2. Aria, from Llnd UlM 11. Btaub.
3. Fantasia ou Lucrezia ttoruia. bv
Aaher .8ol)hla Werner.
4. L'Eliaire d' A more -.... Had. C. Rive.
6. Solo Unlur.... ......... Henry Worrell.
t. Bolo-Vlollu Exile of Switzerland, andbla
return to bis native land.,...j.........J, Toaso.
1. Bolo-Violin Grand Waltz, with variations;
Also, bv renueat. the Two Vittsbura
s. duiik n IIU1U . IUIW Ul AU1UVU1U xuwu.
- Mlsa H. Btanb.
8. fantasia on Lurla. bf Prndout.....8oDhia Werner.
4. Boug Anna Laurie -....Mad. Rive.
ft. Irnet Last ma orfiimnier, ...Maos Bivaaotanb.
6. Arkausaa Traveler, by particular re)iut'at...Tossu.
lvJonoert to commence at eight o clock.
DkaTAdmlttance 10 cents. Tickets to b bad at all
the Music stores. aiyia-M
Daughters pf Temperance
WILL take place on WEDNESDAY, May
la. 18M. The fine steam-boat Chnmrdon No.
3, has been encaged, and will start from the foot
Walnut street, at seven o clocs A. m., and will land
ut the foot of Weatern Row and the foot of Fifth
atrect, and will proceed from thence to a beautiful
grove sixteen nitled below this city. Good music has
been seeuruU anu a good lime way connuently be ex-
tiidies' tickets SO cents; children 25 cents; to be'had
... II ..f t..,nl . UA I.O Vitl. .4 .
.I iiioui'im vi niiitiiuiiuDiii, ,iv. ino iiiu BirrtJii
Ir. Cooper's, 410 Fifth stroot, and of members of
;. " : :
E have the Dleaiure of announclnir to the
citizens of Cincinnati, several erand Exhibi
tions of the splendid Panoramic Pautoacope of the
uoiu nogion) at , ,
CommonclDg WECtlSilOAY IVBNINO, May 11th,
Starting from Ht. Joseph, Mo., and passing along
throunh tho recently discovered Gold Mines of Kan
sas and Nebraska, gnziug upon the busy groups
miners at work in "the diggings," and upon the
numerous works of Nature wktoli Hue th Overland
Route to the fur on Paclnc; visiting tha principal
cities and towns of California, and ending at Ban
COVERING 40,000 FEIT OF CANVAS t
tar Every scoaa Is faithfully depicted frem daguar-
Admlaslon J.1 cents; children 15 cents. . .
Com inence at 8 o'clock .
S3T Afterugou Exhibitions every day, commene.
lug Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. myll
NEW AND INTEH-fcHTlNOJ ENTERTAINMENT
1HE LARGEST COLLECTION OF ANTI
QUITIES IN THE UNITED STATES.
N. E. Corner Sycamore and Third St.
nnx'mr'Ti'Ttcl km utaatijo ittt,t
l,UlMbt,liO At 1UUUJV iTiniJfilV.
' 1 '- - -
M ENTER'S COKNET HAND, will
civ Concerts this week at Moor's Garden,
WEDN KsDAY and FRIDAY KVENING3, May
aud20tu.. . myl7-b
To tli e Ladies.
!)". KM ; ,-'i(,;
THE BOUDOIR- ,
t .sV i v -i a, J i . i I . . I
Double-Thread Sewing Machine
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
Doable-thread Hewing Maohlne ever offered
la tha Claolnuatl market.
This Machine possesm advantages over any thing
mow la as,, . ... ., ,( , ,
0 Bice in Molodeon Building, eorn.r Fourth
Walnut,. up stairs.
Agent wanted la th West and South.
J6r Band fur circular. Addras '
W. E. llraman & Co.
nVIU.'a TTTVilf CtIV TTaaa
vaaaauacaa b ; r aaav , waajl AJ.vrT3j
' ' ' '-and4.I.1' "'
White and tight-colored Kid
... . . , -io- ...
. MOHS. ERNST'S EXHIBITION,
180 l'lAh afreet,, bet,, Itace aad Rim, (
pl t,t? , lgn, pf th Fasytokln.
yQJ Jf JQ 74,
MORNING, MAY 18, 1859.
PRICE ONE CENT.
fTlHE AVONDALE ANT) READING ROAD
JL OMNIBUSES lewie their OHIO. No. 171 Wal
street, at a, 10, and 11 A. M.l at 1, 4:30, and fl P
sunuays, id A. 31. ana o r. in.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS A SEEDS.
Wilder, Koblnson Co., 230 Walnnt street.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY. ' '
Applegnte t Co., No. 45 Main at.
Aaderean, Gates dc Wright, 113 Main at
BURNING FLUID AND COAL OIL."
Chas. A. Jonahiaflns, corner Third and Mill at).
CABINET MAKER'S HARDWARE.
MeAlpIn, Illnmnn dc Co., 103 Walnut at.
J. L. Warae Ac Hon, VH Main it.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO. .
Keannt, Vadley oV Co., l'i Main at.
FANCY GOODS AND JEWELRY'
Glnrdlaer'e Auction House, 134 Main s , .
FLUID INK MANUFACTURER.
J.J Butler, 30 Vina at.
FOREIGN A DOMESTIC FRUITS.
Jena Illtchcll, U College Building, Walnat at
Wm.Wlawell,Jr., TO West Fourth st. -
Dr. ('. W. Rohnck'M Scandinavian Blood Pills
' and Bloo.l runner, No. O ast rourtn street, sec
ond building from Main. .
Bachelor, DeCnmp cV Co., Ill Walnnt at.
I'ollock tfc iUet'alc, aiU Waluuttt. . ' "
(lon cfe ChntflclU, 77 and 79 Walnut it.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. '
Dr. W. II. Swander, 107 tongworth at.
Dr. W. H. Beek, 87 Broadway.
Dr. J. C. Bock, 87 Broadway.
rtADDLERY A CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS.
Haater, Edmeston Sc. Co., 16S Main at.
SCALES.- BEAMS AND TRUCKS'.
T. W. Wright Ac Co., No. 10 West Second st.
Geo. B. Wont eb Co., W est Kourtb street. . .
SUGAR-CANE AND GRAIN MILLS. '
Hedges, Free & Co., 6 Main at,
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Reaas Al Hinitb, West Fourth st.
Osknmp b Bio., 108 Main st.
WINDOW SHADES AND OIL CLOTHS.
rinewden ft Otte, lit West Fourth st.
Sawyer It Kirk, 8 College Ilall, Walnut st.
WIRE CLOTH AND PRODUCTS.
S. O. Burnett Sc Co., 27 Walnut at. . ,
R. 8. NEWTON, M. D.,
Office, 90 West Seventh Street,
BITWEIlt TINS AND B.AC1.
O. E. NEWTON. M. 13.
Ornck No. 90 West Seventh atreet, between Vine
and Bar. RxsiDRNra No. 53 Seventh street, be
tween Walnnt and Vine, orrira uouae 7 to at
A. U. VA, to 2.1 r. M.; 7 to t. P. m. 231
S, L. BAULIg.
a. a. Sana.
Drs. 1IAMLEN & SMITH,
No. 3 West Fourtli St. ,
DR. S. WARDLE,
33 N T I S T
Office No. 138 West Fourth street,
OINOINNAII OHIO I
INDIAN QUEEN COFFEE SALOON
No. 50 East Pearl.
Seep constantly on hand, Hot Coffee, Tea, Chocolate.
BeefBteak, Bam and Eggs, 4c., etc., Ac
BI8UDKN k KI0I. ' 108
G. W. TAGART & CO.,
19- .. ';' ' ;";
West Fourth Street,
OPPOSITE THE DAILY PRESS.
HAVING FITTED UP MY STORE, AT
137 Main street, between Third and Fourth,
In a tasty and superb manner, and having aa a part
ner Mr. B. P. PURANIH), formerly of New York
City, and lately from one of the beat establishments
in this cltv, where ha ha been cutting for th fast
year, together with as fine a stock of Goods aa aver
came to Cincinnati. I am prepared to give niv obi
irons, aa won aa atraugera, aatisiaciion la all mo
Ae.artinei.ta of trade.
I I invite a special call of the friends of Mr. B
THK underaignad havlus. on tho 1st dav of A aril.
associated themselves together for the purpose of car
ry log on the Merchant Talloriugund Gents' Vurnlth
Ing Cusiness, nuder the style of KKOMAN A Dl'-
SAN DO, at tha old stand of v. T. Bkuxan, No. U7
ulu street, between Third and Fourth streets, Ciu
oinnati, Ohio. B. T. RKDM AN.
tut d. r. iiuMDW,
w. a. ooeg..
A. a. uooa.
Great Western larng; Mill,
WHITE WATER, CANAL.
BKT'N FIFTH A SIXTH BT. . - - Cincinnati, O.
Mil . U I '
REGULAR DEALERS IN
White aud Yellow Pine, Poplar aud
' - Hemlock Lumber, Building Tius- .
ber, Shingles; c, Str. -
' ' ALSO M A N t' K'A C'f tii KB' OF '
PLANED ' FLOORING. bobks.i SASH,
, BLINDS, PACKINd B0XE3, '
Portable Cottages, and every , thin I In the
-" . Building Line.
mt !.?;'; i , i
CORNER PLUM AND EIGHTH 6TS.'
WM. BR00KFIELD A SON WOULD
call attauliou to their larffe atock at atarliiM
Mantles, Mouuuieuta. and i'o.l. to mark corners
Ceuoterr low, w every awsvl Ataium aud American
Marbl.. ,. i .. . ( my-ain
1 ' ' ''''', 'Desjera la '
EIBB0NH, STRAW OOOPS, Bn.K, BT ONIM
LAOiS, KlflWEKK, KIHHIKS, f, TO,
OAHILVI old stand, a few doors above Fifth.
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CINCINNATI, WBDNK8DAY MAY, 18.
Departures of Trains.
In man a poms ako Cincinnati &M a. m. 12:00 a.;
0:011 r. a. ' ,
Cincinnati, Hamii.to anr Paytok Indianapolis
and "'IcTeiRii.i, :m a. a.; BanuunKy man, o. mi a. a.;
Bandtisky, 4:30 p. a.; Accommodation, 0:00 .-. a.
I.tms Miami Cleveland and Flttntiug, A:00 A. .;
Glevemml, rtttniurg ana iseiiair.Misia. a.; wiinm
bus Accommodation, 4:40 p. h.; Cleveland, Pitts
burguud Dellair, 11;30p. a. . .
Ohio ano Miwnaaippi 8. Louis, :30 A. a.; Louis.
vilie, jxisi p. h., si. ahjuis, a:w p. si.
Pitraauan, CoMTMsrs ano Cincinnati (Htenbenvlll
fhort Line) Kant vront-street JMpot e:uo A. a.;
8:00 a. a.; 11:30 p. a.
Ci.av(LANii, Columbus ano Cinoinnati East Front
atreet :o a. m.;s,uua. a.; ii:o p. a.
Cincinnati ano Maeiktta :1S A. a.; 1:30 P. a. -CsNTBAt
Ohio from East Front-street Depot 8:00
A. a.; u:w r. a.
Arrivals of Trains.
Inoianapolis A Cincinnati 9:40 A. a.; 3:30 P. a.
V:S0 P. a.
Cincinnati, Hahiltos and Dayton 7:46 A. a.; 10:47
A. a.', 6:40 P. a.; 10:10 P. a.
Litti.k Miaui 7:30 A. a.; 1:23 p. a.; 7:18 P. a.; 10:45
Marietta and Cincinnati 10:20 A. a.; 9:1.1 p. a.
Ohio and Mississippi 7:00 A. a.; 1:30 p. a.; 10:10 P. a
The "DAILY PRESS" Is continually In re
ception of letters from Northern, Western,
Southern, and soma Eastern States, making
Inquiries relative to our GREAT ERICSSON.
Over one hundred letters are thus answered :
fllne'idlameter) of cylinder...
Tower of engine -
Motive power i. .. ........
Weight of engine..
Composed entirely of
Simro euglne occupies
... -.31 Inches.
..M....Iron and brass.
Coal, coke or wood.
I'aeof engine To drive Hoe's double-cylinder prrai
ataial number (per Hour) oi impressions oi Jiaiiy
Pre - -Vino.
Often run oil full 4,im.
Cost of fuel per hour - ..ONE CENT.
We employ only the complement of hands
necessary for tho press. , Nominally "the
enijine takti care of ittelt" The saving to
our pocket of "Calorio" over steam is three
dollars per day. We believe the day is fast
approaching when locomotives on our rail
roads, boats on our rivers, will be propelled by
"Ericsson's Calorio Enginos." What a bless
ing to the world I No more explosions 1 1
See "Local News" on Third Page.
Amos B. Coswink, Esq., late Consul to
Panama, is eit route for, his borne in this oity
City Cocncil meets t -night. ' We learn the
street-railroad question will again be agitated.
Aaron Jones, trainer of the Benloia Boy,
was in the city yesterday.
Mr. Disney, Esq., Assistant City Solioitor,
had a valuable cold watch stolen from his
room, at his residence, a few days sinoe.
Can nothing be done to remove that insuffer
able nuisance on Richmond street, between
Elm and Plum ? It is the nuoleus of more
rowdyism than any other place in the city.
Mr. W. M. Gocklk, Jr., has lately opened
a News Stand in the United States Hotel, and
is prepared to furnish the reading publio with
all the latest reading matter of the day.
The guests of the Gibson House can be sup
plied with the New York Ledger at eleven
o'olock to-day, at the News Stand of Charles
M. Steele. ..
Georoe W. IlKicoRiOkS, charged with being
aooessory to an abortion, was discharged by
Judge Lowe, yesterday morning, there being
not the slightest testimony to convict him.
The Guthrie Grays, the crack Company of
the West, will spend a few days oa the tented
field in a fow weeks. They have selected
site near Middletown, Ohio, as a camp ground
and will go Into camp on th second Monday of
tho coming month.
Thk case of Mary Eberhart, the alleged
pickpocket, was postponed yesterday in the
Polioe Court, but will oome up for a hearing
to-morrow. ' Since her arrest, goods found in
ber trunk have been claimed by Mr. Charles
Weatherbee, dry goods merchant on Fifth
street. ; v
a . .
Why Ib It? Yesterday morning suit was
brought in the Police Court against Wesley M
Cameron, one of eur most prominent and lead
ing master builders, for obstructing a portion
of Poarl street with building materials. Mr,
Cameron, with characteristic ingenuousness
waived the neoeesity of an examination, and
freely admitted that the street was obstructed
as represented, He claimed, however, that It
had been hi especial eare and attention that
tho street should be kept sufficiently clear to
allow the free Ingress and egress of steam
1'ire Engines, or of any vehicle whatovcr. He
stated also, that if he occupied all the space
granted by a permit, which he had taken tu
precaution to procure from the Board of City
Improvements, the street would bare been ren
dered impassible la , consideration of these
facts the case was dismissed on payment of
eosts. W would like, in connection, to make
this Inquiry: If Mr. Cameron had a permit to
occupy a portion of a street, regularly Issued
to him by the Board, and, uses only a portion
pf the space assigned him, by what rule of law
or equity .should a suit be brought and tb
eoit assessed against hiint It has long bea
our opinion," that apart from this point, th
builders of Cincinnati are not sufficiently pro
teoted In their operations. It is. utterly absurd
t .1. i v .
A4 expect mas exseuaivv vuitumg., euvn mm au
constantly being' ereoted In this city, eaa pro
gross 'without th street on whloh they line
being norr-er less obstructed. As it Is, build
ers are eonitintly being annoyed by a olat
aarrowninindtd persons who can not overlook
.x.. HI.1 .. ' a" ' - J -
in lesser evu lor lb greater goon.
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National Thratsr, The Wells Equestrian
and Drsmntlo Troupe perform again to-night
at the National, in the new and popular drams
entitled Th Eo-jh Eut, with the farce of
The Tartlet for the afterpiece.
Wood's Theatib. Ths publie have another
pporlunity this evening to see charming,
winsome Maggie In the effective drama en
ded The Pirate Prince. Last night, in the
character of "Contorino," in this play, she was
received with every demonstration of delight.
Her "Katy O'Shiel" in the afterpiece is one of
those littlo sparkling effervescences which can
be rendered by nu body but Maggie Mitchell.
Board op City Imi-roykmknt. At a meet
ing of this Board yesterday, the Clerk was
reeled to transmit to Counoil ordinances
assessing special taxes for paving purposes, on
the real estate bounding aa follows:
Stone street, from Fifth to Sixth streets,
Sixth street, from Western Row to Jobn.
Bay miller street, from Findlay to Dayton,
Also, an ordinance to pave with brick the
sidewalks on west sido of Plum, from George
Alto, to advertise for sealed proponals for
laying down orosstngs as follows:
North wing of intersection of Fifth and
Vine streets; north wing of Intersection of
Sixth and Race streets; intersection of Elm
and Seventh streets.
Tobso's Concert. The preparations for the
Concert,on Tuesday evoning,at Smith & Nixon's
Hall, for Mr. Joseph 'Toaso BeneGt, are pro
gressing most flatteringly. We loam that Mr.
MoElerey, the fashionable and popular tailor,
who purchased the first Jenny Lind ticket in
this city, also has purchased tbe first two
tickets to Tosso's Concert, remarking at the
same time, that if it was his last dollar, he
would share it with his old friend Toseo. The
bill which we publish this morning is a splen
did one. Go every one, and gladden the heart
of the Veteran Musician.
The dilapidated, crazy old building, now
occupied as a Station-house on Hammond
street, is a disgrace to any civilized community.
The officers say when they catch a thief who is
a stranger, for the credit of tbe city, they are
ashamod to lock him up there. It is at the
best but a rat hole, and a very filthy one' for
that. It flrikes us that the City Council oould
rent or loase a much bettor building and for
Thk Times last evening very justly oom-
plains of the monopoly of the reporter's table
at the Police Court, by others than the writers
for the press, who are obliged to attend there.
Tbe seats around the table are genorally occu
pied by a set of professional loafors, who seem
to have a proverbial preference to bang around
tbe court and listen with eager curiosity to the
disgusting testimony so often doveloped.
Tns alarm of fire yesterday aflernoon was
occasioned through tbe failure of the Mohawk
Fire Company to notify the watchmen on the
tower that they intended to try their engine,
which has just been undergoing repairs. The
engine was taken to the Miami CanBl, at Vine
street, and the watchmen seeing the heavy
smoke arise, naturally concluded there was a
fire, and rang their bell.
A couple of children, a boy and girl, aged
about five and eleven years, were run over,
yesterday morning, by a charcoal wagon, on
Vine street, near the Hamilton Road, and
were both badly hurt. Tbe children were of
German parentage. We did not learn their
During the fire, yesterday, a horse attached
to a buggy, beoame alarmed at a stoam fire
englno, and ran off along Western Row. When
near th oorner of Laurel street, he ran over a
boy, and wounded him severely in the log. '
Four or five Individuals were diving for lost
treasure yesterday, at the stern of the wreok
of tbe Jacob Traber. They recovered a quan
tity of silvor plated knives and forks, and
Rolling orr a Log. An editor out west,
being deserted by his printers, who were "on
a strike," was compelled to turn into bis office
himself. In his next week's paper appeared a
graphio account of the circumstance, composed
by the editor's " own fair f inSors;" concluding
with tbe words: "Talk oj tUe sublime vrT ol
Printing! bleS ouH soul? it s as eAy as roll
INg of f Lo2."
Tbe following bit of eean muij. appears in tbe
JNorwioh, conn., courier: a young man in
ibis place, not many nights sinco, jumped from
a third-story window to the ground to escape
from quarters that were becoming anything
but comfortable by the unlooked-for return ol
an absent husband, who was expected to have
remained away for the nighU . The lady at
tended tbe door in person, and welcomed her
lord in such an enthusiastic manner as con
vey ed to the lover up stairs unmiatakablo notice
that wnue sne detained the tatner or tne tamtiy
below it was time for him to leave and he did
leave. ; -
Panic on the London Stock Exchange.
A letter from London, dated April 20th, to the
New York Times says.
Tbe English money market has, during the
lost two days, been the scene of one of the
most remarkable and, I must add, diBcredita
lie panics npon record, owing mainly, if not
altogether, to the publiettion by the Times ol
certain statements regarding torolgn allalre
now ascertained to be, In th most part, entire'
ly groundless. Tb brokers and speculators in
tbe Share and Stock Markets beoame seited
with the wildest and moit unreasonable alarm
From hour to hour th mania spread and grew
more and more iutenie, until publio securities
were driven down to the almost unprecedented
xtent of six ' per cent. In less than twentv-
four hours, Turkish bonds, wbicb stood on
Tuesday last at 81, were unsaleable yesterday
at 45. Every description of Continental stook
tan in nominal value, as though Europe was
wrapt in a blase of anarohie revolution. Eng
lltb railway shares suffered sympathetically
though to a less disastrous degree: end whut
may and will doubtless seem most inoredible
all, consols not merely dropped suddenly
wuoh as I have already mentioned, but there
ware moments during yesterday when they
were literally unsalable at any price. The
ruin caused among the jobbers and dealers,
wU a among some of tbe most respeotab.
brokers, is Isvinentabl. :."
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Secretary Floyd bns left Washington for a
brief visit to his home iu Virgiuiu.
Tho Hon. Caleb Cunning is to be the orator
before the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Dart
mouth College, on Wednesday, July 27.
Col. Jefferson Davis hue bcn recalled from
Mississippi to Washingtou, by the nlurming
illness tf his wife. '
Mrs. Win. B. Aslor, of New York, has es
tablished a Fciiiulo Orphan Asylum ut Rod
Hook, which has now sixteeu inmates.
Mr. George Sumner lias been selected by
the t-ity authorities of Bostn to deliver the
oration nt Die immirijml cclcbrulion of Amer
J. H. Green, tho reformed ruinlilor, is lec
turing iu Detroit, accompanying his remarks
by references to thirty-eight paintings, de
picting Bconos in the life of a gambler.
The hog cholera is carrying away large
numbers of hogs in the vicinity of Decatur, III.
It is said tbe Sangamon river bottom is covered
with their dead bodies.
Upwards of seven hundred Mormons landed
at hew York on tbe 13th Inst, from the packet
ship William TapscotU The greater portion
of the emigrants left immediately for Utah.
McUcnry, ulia Townsend, whose case cre
ated a great excitement in Canada about one
year ago, is still delivering lootures npon the
subject of his incarceration and trial, and it it
said ho is making it quite remunerative.
Among tho novelties in preparation for the
next publishing season in London, is a new
serial work by Mr. Thackeray. It will form a
feature in a monthly periodical to be published
by Smith, Elder A Co.
It is stated, on what is regarded as reliable
unthority, that owing to tho disturbed state of
sliuirs in Italy likely to ensuo in consequence
of the war in Europe, 'it is bv no moans im
probable that the Pope will repair to the United
States. The Holy Father would no doubt re
ceive a hearty we'eome.
Brown says, if you want your boy to behave
well, glvo him god clothes. Dross him like a
gentleman and he will bo the mure likoly to
carry himself in a gentlemanly mnnner. Lot
him dress him like a clown, and you may be
pretty sure be will be a blockhead. Dress and
dress hare a closer connection thnn many
people imagine. Brown is a philosopher.
Tbe New York Herald save: Our sDeainl
dispatch from Washington states that Mr.
Dallas, our MinlHor at London, has informed
tbe Stato Department that the British Govern
ment disapproves of th treaty recently nego
tiated by Sir Wm. Gore Outdcv. with Nicar-
augua, and that Sir William has been directed
to return to JNionraugua and conclude a treaty
in accordance with his inalruotions.
Strenutii of the Cauel. Tbe Mobile Ad
vertiser says: a trial of strength was made
with ono of Mochodo s camels yesterday after
noon. Two bales of ootton, weighing together
about 1,100 pounds, were lashed together and
placed upon his back, with which he marohed
off apparently as unocnoorned a though they
were not there. This was not one of the large
It has reoently been discovered that there
are peoplo still living who are firm believers in
tbe Millerite dootrine. , A nutnbor of these
deluded creatures in Northern Vermont and
New Hampshire, and a club of them in New
ark, N. J., every few weeks prepare themselves
for the final winding up of earthly affairs, and
their faith is never a whit shaken by their fre
quent disappointments. .
A woman living at Mount Sterlintr. III., re
cently got up about midnight, wont to a bed
where her daughter, thirteen years of sge, was
sleeping, cut th child's throat, and then cul
her own. Her husband heard her fall upon tbu
Boor, and on going to see what was the matter,
he found the mother and daughter both dead.
It is supposed that the unfortunate woman was
in a sort of insane somnambulic state.
The Albany Areus says : " The Trustcos ol
Dudley Observatory have appointed Dr.
Brunuow, of Aun Arbor, Associate Director
with Professor Jlitchcl, of this institution.
Pr. Biuunow will immediately remove his
resideneo to Albany, and commence observa
tions. Professor . Mitchel will take un his
residence in Albany as soon as the health of
Mrs. Milchel will allow or tier removal."
The Boston Evoning Transcript soys: "A
letter from Milan states that in oonscaueoce ol
the warlike attitude of affairs, travelers Btaying
in Milan are exposed to the greatest annoy
ances, and are compelled to'present themselves
to the police every twonty-tour hours. The
hotels are empty, the theaters closed, with
the exception of two, to which scarcely any
one goes. The cafes and publio promenades
are deserted, ana every lace betrays the great
The Cleveland Lender savs there is nuite a
stir in Coshocton, Ohio, touching what is
supposed to be a silver mine near West La
layette. It is Hinted that the ore has been
taken to the 1'hiladolpbia mint, and was
pronounced tho richest ever received there.
every tnree pounds ol oro making one pound
of pur, silver. The ore is found in a bed
lilty yards wiae ana tnree leet thick, over
laid with a vein of lead one foot thick. There
is some doubt of the truth of tho reprexenta
Uous. ; I . ; .
One Week Only.
If ADAMfi BLANCHE TH E
lT-iLworld-roaowtMl Planet Reader and Female) Bo
tauical PliyHlc.au, Iim nrrirvd ami takon room at
the L'uitciltitutcb Hotel, curner of HixtU and Walnn-'
ruriH'tn, where she can ue consulted on nil It lit da ot
miKim-M. a mo, lor ptjrtioiJ. uorn in pi arm, April.
May, June, September, October and IKHWBiWr, t.h
will selert niiaibera in any Ifimllzed lotturv that wilt
draw capital prizes. Parents having children borr
tn ine.6 moniua, can gvi melt numuera aiit ura
The Mndaute In a thorough pbyalchui, and cum
without fail, (of which nhu una ample) proof,) nil
iliw'tuti'sj of fttinaltiH, iuflnoiiuation, ulceration, an-1
JalUiit? of the moinli, cohkIii and roldft. ' Alb, i
the dUeutH't, of the pine, curvature uf tho splints curt
and tftratteni, w ithout injury to the eneral health
aud in a vory urt tiw. .AVo,all kintla of chrunh
dliMjanus that human flHh U helr to; the worst form
of womb diseaae cured lu froia four to fix waeks.
For uarticulam vail ou the Madame, at her room
lu the Holol, or aoa email hlllw. Orflce hourt fron-
V A.M. to yr.ftl. lerniH lU-altut the planati
Indies, HI; g-'ntn, t; tottery nurabora, $3; tall-mauf.
WAR DECLARED IN EUROPE I
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Persons wishing to keep posted In Enropfan affairs
should subscribe without delay to tb
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And see for yourselves. pl4
BEGGS SMITH, No. 0 West 4th kit.,
ARE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their larra aortnteut of Watcbaa, Jewelry,
Silverware and Dlamonda.
,- ALSO ' .
A (In assortment of Plated Tea Set and Cntlery,'
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W. OOBNEB MAIN AND FOURTH STREETS,
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DRS. DANIELS' RADICAL CURE TRUSS,
theoaly truss known by which Hernia can le
treated on philosophical principle; also, Alidoniinal
Supporters. Shoulder Uraces, uspensors, Klasticand
Laced Stockings, Ac. Drs. Daniels make a speciality
the treatment of all rhyaical Deformities, Club
Feet, Bow-Legs, Knock-Knees, Weak Ankles, 1'a
ralysia in whatever part, Spinal Afloctiona, and all
Office and InstltuU, No. 84 West Fourth street.
Cincinnati, Ohio. 16a
DR. G. W. PHILLIPS'.
Maf?io Cough Syrup
IS theonlv reliable remedy for the rapid and r,r
manent cure of Coughs, Colds, Innuenr.a, Bronchitis
HoODiue-couKh. Cruup. Kore Throat, Bleeding Luiik.
and all diseaaeaof the Throat, Lungs and Client. This
remedy is sate, reliable, and the only one that has
proved Itself a universal remedy lor all tn nooveais-
'aae. The testimonials puioisiiea are iroiu our most
listinffiilahed citizens hers at bom, who bare been
wired by ita matic power. . .
From Hon. J. W. Chapman, Judge of First Jndictal
District, Indiana. ,
i i MAsitoa, Aud., IBM.
Ur. VW. TT . , IIIULir.1 Cllll.lllinU X.....'. IIIHIU.
need several email liotuee of your "Cough Syrup," ,
Mrsouallyaniuu my Innnly, anu Having seen its ui
ecta on othere, in numerous Instance of eever cold
knd eoufllia. 1 moat cheerfully recommend It aann In
fallible remedy in all such caaea. If this Hynip vera
in general use. I couQdeiitly believe a large majority
of the colds, accompanied by oougha,that mow .term! . .
iiate in Consumption, would lie enycttiuiiy arreted.
In fact, I can ace no necessity for any, ahocaaobta n
this remedy, being thus aQlicted.
aeapeutlullj yonra, - J, n.voArjsAa.
Read Thl. Also. 1
From Bon. M. btorer, LL. L JuiLa of th Hntwriet .
Court of Cincinnati. '
Cincinnati, Dec 5, 1M.
Dr. 0. W. PiiiLi.ips Dear Sir: Your Cough Mix.
ture haa beea need with great aucoeas in my family. I
oelfe . it to be a most safe and efficacious preparation
forth cure of ordinary ooltie, as well a. ol cbiouio
affections of the throat and tunes. Blanv of my
uelghbora, who have felt the gooc affects of t blamed
iclue, assure me that they rogard It with prent favor.
-, 1 1 j - ,; is. .: Al. bTORKR.
DR. Q. W. PHIL. LIPS,
, , ' . Sole Proprietor.
Sold Wholesale by Bulre, Eckstein A Co.; John D
Park; Geo. M. Dixon; A. Tofcl; Allen A Co.; Gordon
A Uro.'t Edw. Hcanlan A Ce.J J. A. C. Koakirt, and by
Druggists generally. J6
New and jnTaluable Remedy for
the, Cure of Rupture.
A CERTAIN; CURE.
The undersigned prepare a Piaster oni of Swls
Alpine her),., which he can recommend to all sutlcr
ingof Rupture, as a remedy which will cure this
painful disease In the oldast uf cases, in a short time,
without Ipalns. Having proved Ita moat wonderful
healing power during many years' practice In Swit
zerland and Germany, he would Invite all ruptured
persons to give it a fair trial. One pot of it, (the price
of which Is 1.1.) will atfect a care in most cases. It la
for sale at A. TAFEL'S Drug Store, north-east oor
ner of Sixth and Alain streets, Cincinnati.
Da. C. ZURCHER.
VLetter for farther information to be addressed
to O. Zurcher, Box 84, Cincinnati, Ohio. 2iH
Offlce of Cincinnati Equitable
AT tha Annual Electing of tbe members of
thia Comnanv. ou the 2nd Inst., the following
gentlemen were elected Directors fur tb ensuing
B. Matin, k,
D. K. Cady.
J. W. Canrtold, .
John A. KlmpHon.
K. K. Hpriuger,
Mack E. Reeves.
GRIFFIN TAYLOR, President,
JOSEPH K. SMITH, Sec'y and Treasurer.
J. T. KECKLKIt, Assistant Secretary.
0SKPU JONES, Surveyor.
G.Taylor, ' Ueorge Carlisle, . H. K. Reeves.
' COMMItltl ON ACCOUNTS.
B. B. Springer, B. Matlack, Juo. A. Simpson.
ooMHrTTcc oa Lossxtf. .;
John Whetaton, , Joseph Junes,. Charles Andreas.
Th Comnanv has been In successful ODeratton for
thlrty-threa years, aud regularly increasing us Its
mud of insurance is understood, Kverv iuforuia-"
tlou will b given wg'nalllinr at the othce, fo. tU,
North side of, Third street, between Vtalnut and
Vino. inyU-10t). JltbEFU K. SMITH, 8ue
-IVJUUli, vnr. . uui
tnd send bill.l -
-(Cum., Oa. , Eui.t Volksolatt and Press ooj
A Certain jCure1 for' Rlieujnatism and
CAN BE FOUND 'AT" BROWN'S MANU
IT has been successfully used for a number
of years, in this city, and haa never been kuowu
to fail in enacting prompt cure, you w ho are af
flicted try it.
: Brown Manufacturing Co.,
Dealers j in Patent Medioines, Perfumery, Ao,,,
. i , rr.-'!:.! t I .0,;4 MAIN STREET. ..
aVaTAU th popular Patent Medicine constuntly
oa band. myS-bw
II. P. HOPKINS,
ClATS Of 0AIVXA.) . , -t ( (
House, Sign & Ornamental
Shop In Mechanics' Exhibition Building, M't side'
4'"' "of Via, abov roarth. '
1 CiacmxATI, M ay I, ' U t'"U ' mrl-asat .
"At KDICATETj ' B T R EN 0 T H fc N I N O :
i-a BLASTERS. Tkwo Tlaetera aia eKc.lU-nt
easaect lu ca.es of pain and weakness in tie aiiie, "
breast or back also, la rlwumal to alleetlona, cuiu ha,
Asthma, sprains, bruises, and kldnev or spinal smic
tiona, Th Arnica, AMiaauiB,. Piaebr Poer Man'
and ReraliM-k platera,are manufactured of varioua
tiaes, on kid or cioifc, and Fmmr Man 'a an paper, ly M.
A. GRIFFITH, aud supplied to dealeisaud diutuUts
aa goed terms aa any auattuiaetanum la th U.S.t,sl
fill .,,"; 1.'