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village nd towns, at
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OOBNEB SIXTH VINE St., CINCINNATI,
Okohoc Wood, Manager; John Ei.iai.Ex, Bingo
Mantser; P. B. Umstmi, Treasurer.
Prick or A amission. Dross Circle and Paniuette,
AO cent: Family Circle, ttconts.
Seat can be secured at the Box Office from 10 A.
11. until 4 P. M.
Notice Turn Ohmioro. Door opon at ! before
o'clock; Performance will oorauienoe at 7i o'clock.
Second night of the
STAR COIUPAN Y
From the Varieties Theater, New Orleans, composed
of the fullnwiur Ladies and Oontlamcn i
Mr. John II. Owens, ir. Jnme Jnrdnn,
Mr. Mnrk Smith, Mr. A. II. Davenport, Mr.
Minn N. Gali, Ml F. .Inrltaon, Miea J. N.
Ortln, Mr. Coleman Pope, iUr. ilnttlo Her.
They will all appear In conjunction with the regu
lar Stuck Company,
TUESDAY EVENING. Juno T, will be performed
the old English comedy, in five acts, called
Or, A Trip to Bath.
Sir Anthony Absolute Mr. Mark !mltli
Bob Acros Mr. John Owonn
' Captain Absolute Mr. Georite Jordan
Kaulkland Mr. llrlg::
Sir Lucius O Trigger Mr. A. II. Davenport
t.ydla Languish )ln. llaltle Bernard
Mrs. Malaprop Mrs, Coleman Top"
To concludo with the
I'hlneac Pas lie Trots. Miasc Utile ifc Jackson
SMITH & NIXON'S HALL.
GRAND FLORAL CONCERT.
R. ROBBINS 'WOULD RESPECTFUL
LY annonnco to the citlrtons of Cincinnati
that, owing to many circumstances transpiring,
which were beyond hie control, making his Kxhibl
tlon at the Ooera-honso fall fur short or what he lu
tended it should bo, and, bv remiest of very many
prominent citlz.-ns, his KAIRT ENTERTAINMENT,
eutliled FOREST FKST1VAL, ronresentlng Scenes
In Fairy Land, will ho performed at Suiltb At Nixon's
Hall, TUESDAY EVENING, June 7. Tho etigo
having been enlarged, will be made a beautiful For
est, with a green Lawn in front, decorated with
choice Hhrnhbiry, Flowers, Trees, Statuary, Birds,
Ac , tho while firming a truly magnificent picture.
A number of excellent voices have been added; there
by stroiiKthoutng the vocal parts; and no effort will
be spared to make the entertainment perftct In overy
E5?"f"r full particulars see progrnmmos.
MT'AdmtSiion .'hi ''onta; two tickots admitting
three persous. Children half price.
N. B. Mr R. confidently assure. fl.A rlftreun r.t
Cfuclunatl that his Entertainment will be worthy of
tneir support, ana win ne produced li such a manner
as to meet thoir unqualified approbation, jeo
SPALDING & ROGERS'
COMPRISING TITE ELITE OF TI!K
European Circuses, Hippodromes and Gymnanlu,
elected by an especial agent across th Atl antic, ex
pressly for Soaldiug A Kogere' Now Orleans Amphi
M'LLE ELODE LOYALE,
And their Qrtt tour Id the United State.
LES FRERE8 CONRAD,
HERR W. CONRAD,
HERR C. CONRAD,
HERR VON PAUL,
And their first appearance In the United States.
MR. . W. WOLCOTT,
MR. W. B. CAVANAUGH,
MR. F. DONALDSON,
MR. W. WALTON,
And their first tour In the United States.
And their first lour in the United States.
MR. R. OMAR,
MR. GEORGE SARGENT,
MR. W. II. niLL,
from the United States, and the cream of the Amor
Will be exhibited on board the Floating Palao at
2 and 7 P.M., each day.
At Ureonupsburg, Thursday, June 3.
At Ripley, Friday, June 3.
FULTON, SATURDAY, Jtin 4, (near tbe Dry
NEWPORT and COVINGTON, MONDAY, June
(mouth of Licking River.)
CINCINNATI, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY,
June 7 and 8, (foot of Main street.)
At North Bend, 10 A. M.; Petersburg, I P. M.; and
Aurora, 7 P.M., Thursday, June 9.
Louisville, Friday and Saturday, Jap 10 and 11.
Drees Circle and Family Circle, M cents; Gallery,
ft oenU; ohlldren hall price to Family Circle only.
Alio, before each Circus performance, In the Mu
eum, the enormous Boa Constrictor, the huge Ana
conda, and the solebrated Skeleton Violinist, all
living. Admission, IS cents.
Also, after each Circus performance, In tb Bldotto
Saloon on the James Raymond, the newly-organised
CAMPBELL MINSTRELS, comprising tbe pick
the Campbell aud other Minstrels. Admission,
NEW AND JVTKuitBTINO ENTERTAINMENT
SBEIABOESI COLLECTION OP ANTI
QUITIES IN THE UNITED STATES.
N. E. Corner Sycamore aud Third Btt.
REDMAN & DURANDO
NO. 13r MAIN STREET,
BETWEEN THIRD AND FOURTH STRUTS.
ti, imnttfravona. French Chalk. Suuare and Yard
ticks, for Tailors, constantly on hand, less than
tan be bought East or West of ti Mountains.
VOL. I. NO. 91.
MORNING, JUNE 7, 18o9.
PRICE ONE CENT.
IN CANVASINO THE MERITS OF
Do ne t fall to cxnmln the latest Improvements of
The Elliptic Lock-Stitch
Improved Shuttle Swing Machines,
We arn denlmus tlmt fill BlionM. 1 . v a ttin.nn1 In.
VMtlffntlnn, tneitriuru Iho lucrii rind compfro tit
Machine w!tli U otiiom, ah, y tills acrutiny, t lie
cutoiiiir is Lpst com inni aud we court It tw ture iu
rc5uu in car accMuu lavor.
Uflice, 69 West Fourth tU, Cliiclnnutl,
FRAAK HENRY, Agent.
LET THE LIGHT SHINE.
MADAME LA ROSE,
'lulu fc'AR FAMED "WORLD-RENOWNED
Ml STARnnd PIoSKMl uf IMtOfiNOSTIC AS
TUONOM Y, Inisoiit. i od tho Quet-u Cltr of the Vt.
Mini cm. liAAt'i'ii ut film iu Sto r-'rt iWrdiim IJuu"i,
No, lui Hf'h fitnot hotwoen Vino end Xnco. when
eh respectfully infuuir tlio citizens of (MiM'httitttl.
who wili to lfHtPii (o hor luvclutiuu iu rcfutret to )
busint-Hs iimtteru, to como ftt otn:e. Sim will utill.
you to rocowr Inst prorf-.rty; will docnbp ovyrj- per
son fixmired After: will ahow tlio likoncsn of our
future w ife, or hiunnnd; cieatos love: c jonloiniy.
bring tOLjutlmr ilio tt.'pfiratc; rnuhO hinndy iiiirHiu;i,
c. ltBi rilc all (Hhou-ph, Htul perfects a euro nn.ln
her treatment. For coninltatlun, l'rl'o only St,
curb. If not Rftttrtflct nmncy returned. For further
particulars fcco small hills. je2aw
SEWING MACHINE DEPOT,
JAMES CAFFREY, Agt.,
MAGNOLIA II ALL,
niniliaon st.i bot. 1'iUe uul Hcvcntb t.t
Jel-am COVINGTON, KY.
II & C KINSEY. PLAIN ANDORRA.
MKNT.VL I'LASTURKIW-MutorlaU fur-ulsh(-daTil
work iloiie at the shortest notice. Lime.
N.iIIh, l.atti, (Master vf Tarls, Cunisnt. Pl-ittn iliL'
Hiir. Fire Brick and Clay, for s.ilo. Also, Pla.ter
ing materinl ni.idn op rpjuiy for l'oinediaM ue. All
orders promptly attended to. Ollico, South-east cor
ner of 'e:rl and Wmtfrn Itow, Cln ,. Jr3-tmt
FKIiSII TAIU.i; KUTT13U.
ff AM NOW RECEIVING EXTRA TABLE
U. BUTTE 't, by Kxprcs-. trom Marysvlllo. Ohl...
Each iamilios is in 6tv,rMe thkln mooh to have i1
oaLti u. l)o net full to co-.nc and so lor ynni'.'lve3 ut
A. Ii 0:.. ,
Jol-aw i!4fi SlS'h street. Cincinnati, 0.
COttNEU VLVM AND EIUHTII STS.
WM. BROOKFIELD & SON WOULD
cull attention to their largt utot'k of Mnrhli
Mautlett, Moiiuiiieiiu and 1'ohu to mark corners el
Omnrory lotn, of erory aizo ot ltaliau and Anierlc;w
HI aDICATED 5TR1SNOTIIENIN0
J-'Ji i'IjASTEHH. Theft Plaatern are txroPci.!
remw m in case of pain aud weiiKiifM in the k
hreusi. ar back : alnu. in rhouiuiii ic infections. cout.
wHtlima. spr.vinp. .bnit-'-'t, . md kidiioy ot urinal nfur
tloiH. rtv: Am ten, 'laltiHiiuui. Pitch. Ii..r 3Tm
nd llomloc); PhtHtertMire innnnfiictured of 7ri-ri
H7esi, oti Ki'ifir chit ti, a;tn I 'oar 3laa in paper, oys.
A. GUllrKlTiI,ut5l iirnliod tn dealern aud dnitfKtut
on a mu terms isuny iiiKi:uOrturcri in the 17, 8. (VI
CUPPI .N 0 A M) LEat HI KG.
fBHK UNDEKSIuNKDrefpeoU'iiIiy informs
Ji- hU triendo. that he hns r"tiitnvd from S16 Main
Ht root to 16" MXth Btivei, k;h! lun tiilcMi nn olltn
next dour to the SvtiiOv.nto H'iusc, tr)t.rfu It ace nn.I
Kl:u streets. 1I- mHI.hh hu i'. H'teud lo i-i.ppiittf,
liH ehiu4. lilei'tlinir, an 1 Te-th Kxir-o-tiitg. TiianU
ful f'r former putruiiiiiit, ho rortpvcU'ulIy aeka ior u
continuation of the tina.
uvr The beet Kurupt-.m Leechoi f'.r pa1e.
myib- w J NO. S. KOX1L.
GLASGOW AND NEW YORK
STEAM TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL, BELFAST,
DUBLIN AN? LONDONDERRY
raoM new toux.
OlnagOW Thomson...Satiirday, May II. at 12 noo I
LiMiiuureti, Cuiumiug..Wedueday, June 1, "
I1huov, Thomsou " July A, u
btliuuiir;li(Cummliig.. " JulyJ7, "
Villnbiirirh. 0ummln3...Saturday, May 7.
4luniiOv, Iboiusuu u June 11.
Kdiuuureu. CuDiming... " Julys.
Batos of PaMMKe from Kcw Tork, Fhiladlphia or
Boston, to Uluxgow. Llvi-ipoul, llelfabt, jDublln or
Londonderry, lirst cln-;., Jj.75, Ktoerairo, found with
ao aounuauco oi properly -cookqu provisions, JSiu.
An expoiienced Surgeon attached to ouch steamer.
No charge for medicines.
Kor freight or Piihhukp, apply to
ap27 ItOilljllT tl;AIG. 17 Broadway.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEM ENTS A SEEDS.
Wilder! Uoblimon X, Co., 'j:tO W'uluut street.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Appleguto A Cfl.t No. 43 Main st.
Audoi'son, Galen & Wriuht, IVi Mulu st.
BURNING FLUID AND COAL OIL.
Cba. A. Junglmnun, corner Third and Mill eta.
CABINET MAKER'S HARDWARE.
MoAluIn, Hiniunn b Co., J 03 Wulnutst.
J. t. Wayne die Hou, i Maiust.
CI0AR3 AND TOBACCO.
Kennet, Dudlny iV Co., 14 Main st,
FLUID INK MANUFACTURER.
J. J Butler, 30 Vine st.
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS.
John Hitobell, G College Uulldlutf, Walnut st
Win. Wlawell, Jr., 70 West Fourth st.
Dr. C. W. Hobuck'a Biaiidiuuvlau Llcod Tills
and Blood I'unBor, No. U itut Fourth street, sec
ond builulug from Mulu.'
Bachelor, DeCnmp Jk Co., 01 Walnut st.
Pollock oV .McOuIl, 434 Wulout st.
Nixon Sc Chut 11 elil, 77 and l Walnut st.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Dr. W. II. K-wauder, lb? Longwortb at.
Dr. W. 11 Deck, 87 Broadway.
Dr. J. C. Heck, b7 Broadwuy.
SADDLERY A CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS.
Uuuter, f dmeaton tit Co., IMS Main at.
80AI.EH, BEAMS AND TRCCK3.
T. W. Wright fc Co., No. JO West Second st.
Geo. B. SI not tk Co., M West Fourth street.
SUGAR-CANE AND GRAIN MILLS.
Hedge, l'i'ee & Co., 0 Main st.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Begs & Smith, It West Fourth st.
Oakamp oV Uro., 10S Main t. .
WINDOW SHADES AND OIL CLOTHS.
HnowtlenA Otto, 'it Went Fourth st.
Sawyer Klilt, S College Hall. Walnutst.
WIRE CLOTU AND PRODUCTS.
S. G, Burnett cfc Co., '27 Walnut t.
10T MAIN 8THEET.
FISK & EDGAR.
, CINCINNATI. myl
WM. MOKEIIOUSE it CO., Lave
Upholstery and Bedding Store,
r'roin thooon er of Fifth and Plum street", to No,
ISA Svmmnr strcot, Kaat Side, botween Fourth and
Filth streets, at the old stand. jet
Personal. Mine bust of the Ellloott House,
Hillsboro', Ohio, Col. Geo. W. Luokey, Ii stop
ping at the Soutligato.
Ann Dayly, fur daily disturbing tho neigh
borhood iu which sho resides, was fined one
dollar and ousts by the Police Judge, yester
day. Etx Noun, at boon last Sunday, got on a
bit of a iproo, for which offense he was mulcted
in the sum of $3 and accompaniments, by bis
honor, Judge Lowo.
Gf.urok Help oaino home tight last Satur
day nlgbt and thrashed his better half. She
iippoarud against him yesterday, and bad him
"put through" to the tune of three days in the
Akuy Neighbor, who has the reputation of
being a very bad neighbor, was before Judge
Lowo, yesterday, oharged with being drunk
Sunday, aud running against a gentleman on
Fifth street. Andy was let oft with $5 and
Seyiral white-washers were committed to
the city prison by Judge Lowe for non-payment
of flues. As the oity buildings are soon
to be white-washed, his honor remarked that
they could b offered an opportunity to work
out their fine at the rate of seventy-Are
cents per day.
Siiort of Fcnds. Rathor a good looking
young man was arraigned in the Police Court
yosterday, upou a charge of being drunk. He
stated that it was his flrat appoarance at the bar,
and asked to be dealt with gently. His honor
imposed a fine of tbe costs only. When be
came to r.iy up, be found to hi astonishment
that he only had tho nam of 'hirty cents, all
told. He wa excusod.
Tuk Ud, Alfred Rny, who was arrested on
suspicion of setiinj Are to the residence of Mr.
Frank, on Mt. Auburn, last Friday night, was
honorably disoh.trged by Judge Lowe yestor
day. Alfred brought witnesses to the stned
who testified that he wns in bed at the Jeffer
son Hnse in this city on the. evening of the
conflagrations that he went to bed at eleven
n'olock, and did not leave his room until late
Fashion dbk heretofore swayed away to for
eign watering places, our well-to-do people ev
ery summer. An attempt has beon made to
provide an attraction at home, and some of our
Cincinnati capital has been invested In fitting
up in modern t'yle, A spot in Ohio, which is
deemed just tho placo for the gay to be glad,
tho nfHiotcd to gut health, and the tired citlien
to recruit we nenn the "Ohio White Sulphur
Springs;" near Delaware.
The opening party for this season will be
given on Thursday nex. Rouud trip ticket,
up and baok, fuinUhed for $5. Hours of start
ing, 6 o'clock and 8 o'clock, A. M.
Tns celebrated author, Charles Dlokene,
whilo in Cincinnati several years since, became
our debtor for sundry drafts at tight of western
character, tho first instalment of recompense
for which be gave us in his " Notes " at short
date. His "Household Words" having proved
as good as his bond for nine years, an extension
of our favor has been granted him, and now we
freely take bis poper " All the year round."
A remittance of the first monthly quarto of
good thing?, under a new arrangement with
him, was received by fast mail on Saturday
through the American agent, J. M. Emerson &
Co., New York. Suoh interchanges tell the
" Story of our lives from year to year," and
will be not only a " Tale of two cities," but
be the dolight of all the villages in the land.
Is it not fair to conolude, if the five hundred
excursionists from tho West, who entered on a
warm day the wine vaults of Kioholai Long
worth, which are at a oool temperature, carried
co much heat with them as to occasion an ex
clamation from the Frenoh Superintendent
Mous. Fournier: "Vraiment, dear tur, Missur
Longvarth Iosa to-day dree hundred dollar;
le wine it spile;-' Is it not fair to conolude, that
on emerging from the cold damp vaults, after
their procession, greasy, lighted dips In hands,
the same five hundred brought out tbe oold
which hat pervaded our atmosphere? If to,
society in Cincinnati sympathises with the oold
reception of tbe visitors In the deep vaults of
N. L. . One wag, certainly not one of tail, on
leavlDg the grounds, remarked: "I taw the
process of patting the corks in tbe bottles, but
did not tee any taken out."
On Thursday next an interesting re-unlon
of the friends of tbe Cincinnati Orphan Asylum
will take place In tbe big tent, now pitched on
the Elm street Asylum grounds. Stanley
Matthews, Esq., will deliver an address, and
the usual reports will be read. The kindly-cared-fur
family of ohildren at thit institution
will prove a touroe of njelanoholy Interest to
attendant. Their eloquent sadness of lot
tinges tho brightnesa of their gay hearts, and
will cause their tongs and sports to linger In
your memory. Flower and fruits and re
freshment! will be provided. Each recurring
tea.on of annual festival on these ground
awaken and beget reflaotlon. Tbe lessening
band of manage! a and friends who, more than
a quarter of a eentury ago, established thit
charity, assemble again to remind tb present
generation of the duty devolved upon them.
Perhaps thit It tbe lost anulversary on tb
old lot, at new grounds have been purohated
on tbe hills In the environs of tb oity.
In tbe nam of the publie, w thank tb
ladiet who have to long ministered voluntarily
In this brnnoh of truly Christian effort, and
eommend their auoeessori to tb constant ear
of the ''orphans."
Boston hat appropriated $15,000 for the cel
ebration of tho Fourth of July.
A town meeting in Wareham, Massachusetts,
recently voted, that all persons in the town,
owning dogs, shall be muszlad!
A bov something lest than four veart old.
has been arrested in Gnlnna, III., on a grave
onarge oi assault and battory.
There it a secret orlor in Hudson, Wlncon-
tin, ttyled the I. 0. jf (i. W., Independent Or
der of Grast Widowers.
Tbe National Convention of the German
Saigerbund commences thit day at Cleveland,
unto, it continues for threo days.
The manufacturers of New England have
decided to hold a great sale of fabrics at Fan
oull Hall during tb teoond woek in July.
An artillery eomnanv of Boston will cele
brate their 221st anniversary to-day, 6th of
The prevent floating debt of Chicago is ovor
$200,000, and tbe holders of it manage to make
the oity pay fifteen per oont. per aumiin.
Numerous burglaries are roportod in tbe
Louisville papers, as having ben perpetrated
ruocnuy in mat oi ty ana vicinity.
Several cases of sun stroke occurred in
Evantville, Indiana, on Wednesday last the
hottest day of tbe season.
Wisdom is tho olive branch whloh tpring?
irom me noart, blooms cn tn tvnguo, and
heart Iruit in the action.
Thomas W. Lilly, of Olr.ey, Ii!., who kept
$7,000 locked In hit bureau draper, ar. 1 fool
ishly boasted of hit wealth, was rob'ced of ull
his treasure on Sunday, night.
There are fifteen dally pipers, Mxht semi
weekly, eleven semi-monthly, tnirty-nine
monthly, and one hundred aud eight weekly,
primuia m iuv oujr ui eir m o. a.
. An exchange says: Sin?o Sickles shot Roy.
no less than thirty-four men hat a been shot
or shot at, by Injured hnil'.ndi- the natural
effects of a brilliant exanpio.
A young widow, living ror.r tbytor, bat
unexpectedly become tie owno.- of propeity In
Virginia, valued at $SD,00f); tho ntaost of a
distant relative. Lucky wido .y h.ic.
A raft of 400,000 foot of o'jolce lumber be
longing to a Mr. Wiggins, ani which was ready
to start for St. Louis, was hrikou into frag
mentaj not a orib or even a bundle of lath re
The Farmers' Bank of Bridgeport. Conn.,
baa a note of P. T. B.irnura's fur $23,0 00, and
holds no securities therefor. The financial
ogent of Mr. Bitrnum offers 75 per cent, for the
face of it.
Tbit day two vessels oonta'nlnj about seven
hundred mon of oolor, will s i II for Hiytt from
New Orleans, making toe numhor rea;ly 2,000
of thoso who have emigrated within thu 1j.;
If a man twenty-one year of age begins to
lave a dollar r. vek, and pu's It to intorcrl
every year, he wouii1 have at tbirty-oue veuri,
$650; at forty-one, $,B00; at lxty-one $8,600.
at seventy-one $11.6uV.
Sentence fob Noek Bitino. Judge Sanger,
of the Essex ouuuty (Mw.) Court ot Common
Pleas, in session at Newbur.vport, hi:i seuteiioed
Abraham D orris, for bilinir off I'.io ttoo of a
woman, to five years' ici(r.sonmoai iu the
In New York the Qermaoa nf tho Steuben
Sooloty propose having a grand Fourth of
July festival, consisting nf a series of pio-nios
and conoerts, on tho 27tb, 23' h, and 29th of
Juno, and the 3d of July, at Jones' Wuods.
Mrs. Rayburn, tho lady rosidiog in the vi
cinity of Green&ald, Ohio, who tome four weeks
since was delivered of three children at one
birth, and WM afterwards taken to tho County
Infirmary, insane, hag been discharged, hav
ing entirely reoovercd.
A beautiful thought if suggested in Kor.in:
" Angoltt, in the grave will nut question thee as
to the amount of wealth thou bast left behind
thoe, but what good deeds thou bast done,
while in tbe world, to entitle thee to a seat in
among the blest?"
Five mon wore drowned in Lake Mlohlgan,
on Friday of last week, by tho capsizing of a
loop, tome twenty tnileg below the mouth of
Grand River. One mau, the remaining ono of tbe
unfortunate crow, clung to the wreck, and was,
after much suffering, resoued from hit perilous
The HilUboro' (0.,) Gazotte of Friday, re
ports tbe explosion of the boiler of a steam taw
mill at Rainsboro', in Highland County, by
which the fireman, Earl Clark, wag killed.
Clark allowed the water to get too low, and
then--when the sidet of the boiler wore red
hot pumped oold wator into it.
The storm which foil upon Lake St. Croix
on the 26tn nit., drove the steamboat Equator,
just after tho bad started from Presoott for
Stillwator, aarost to the Wisconsin beach, whore
she beoame a wreck. The passengers, most
of whom were going to Stillwater to hear Bay
ard Taylor lecture, wore tafely landed five
miles below Hudson.
In Barbadoet (one of the British W. I. Is
lands,) the distinctions of caste are to rigidly
observed that no perton, mule or feui&lo, with
the slightest taint of Afrioan blood, it admit
ted to white tooiety. The vast increase of the
mulatto population, however, threatens tbe
downfall of the White Dynasty at no very dis
Politeness to Ladies The Philadelphia
Ledger says: "Deference to the sex gives no
right to oooupy an unnecessary amount of room
in a car, and compel others to stand, merely
that a lady may not have her criuolino crushed.
We are torry to ay that, while ladies exact
all that it usually oonoeded to thtui iioai the
other tex, they aro not at all to courteous aud
obliging to other of their own tex. Wo have
teen them frequently spread tbelr drosses over
the tpace of two seats, and make no effort to
allow other ladiet Handing in the cars a place
to tit down."
A Good Tdbk-Odt. The Johnstown Tri
bune states that the Rolling Mill at that plane
turnt out a larger yield per week of railroad
iron than hat ever been manufactured in tho
same time by any rival establishment iu the
Union. Threo weekt ago tnven hundred and
twenty-two tout were rolled from Mondav nn
til Saturday night, and l'.t wck wo under
stand tbe yield wat about teven hundred tenr.
All thit wat aooompllahed, too, without a single
extra heat. We put the CainbrU Iron Works
at now managed in the van cf all Iron enter
prises thit tide of the Atlantlj.
Gailio SroKiK by 6ltk. The Pittsbnrg
Dispatch ttatet that a Rev. James Slnolair,
formerly a resident of the vipiuity of Pitts
burg, it now in oharge of two Presbyterian con
gregations on the border between North and
South Carolina. He Informs ut thit the greater
portion of the population of five onuntiet tn
that part of North Carolina are of Sootoh de
scent, and tbe Qaelio language is tpjken even
by the slaves tome of whom unjntand no
other. Part ot his addresses areia lite Ganlio,
and his father It also preaching la that lan
guage In the tame vicinity. Many of th an
cestors of these people were driven from Soot
land during the trouble of the "Pretender" or
Stuart dynasty having been paidoued under
tb gallowt on oooditlnn of beooming exiled
to tho oolunlet of the Carolina.. Mr Sinclair
tayt they are) a moat xoellnt, hospitable,
Alexander Von Humboldt.
At a meeting of the American Geotrrnnhlenl
and Statistical Society, In New York, June 2d,
mo rresiaent oaitcd upon Ueorgo Banoroft,
who arose aud addressed the meeting aa fol
lows: I consider silence my dutv (hit evening, not
from a want of intense admiration of Hum
boldt not from a want of affectionate rever
ence for bis virtue! and hit memory but be
oause I wish to bear his memory displayed by
men oi science, lovers oi truth, men who nave
made a great namo for themselves throughout
tho world. I think you, like myself, would
nave preierrea to navo beard bit praises pro
nounced ohletly by them. But as tbe President
has called upon me, lo continue silent would
seem like an unwillingness to acknowledge or
to exprest my great tense of hit turpatslng
merits. I rather ' think that one of the
attributes of the greater age that belong to
mo, is to have known Humboldt earlier
than any one of those who have spoken to
you to-night. Aa a young man of 20 years,
I mado my way from Borlin tu Palis in the year
1820, Inking letter Irom hi brother, Wilbclin
Von Humboldt, tu Alexander. And Sir, yon
know, all of you know, what kindness he must
havo extended to me. To two points shall I
call your attention: one, hit intense love of
liborty. I came at. that time with all tbe zeal
for liberty which may be pardoned in a young
man, and which I may be pardoned for re
taining even in my old ago. Applause. It
was In the time of Louis XVIII. He read with
clear distinctness tbe character of Darties the
conflict of opinion, and he deolared bimsolf
with the utmost firmness against those retro
active measures and asaintt that retroactive
polity whioh wat ultimately to disastrous to
that line of kings. And not of France only,
lor greatly as he admired English statesmen
and English men of soience and England, be
taw also clearly bow England was suffering
from excessive aiittooracy. I remember the
strong and emphatic language on which be ex
pressed himsulf of that nation to this
day. More than a quarter of a century
after that I mot biiu again In Paris.
I found in him the game friend of man,
the same friend of my own native ooun
try. Tho same lover of liberty; with the same
broad th of statesmanship. He who knew our
continent so well, knew the relations of the
United States toward every part of it, and
lormcd his judgments respecting the gradual
advancement of tbe Unitod States in the extent
of its territory judcd us greatly, judged us
calmly, with the best and most fervont wishes
for our welfare, with no disinclination to our
increase of territory. Wishing, especially, that
California and all the coble traot of land which
now belongs to us on the PaoiSo, might oome
to us, expressing only hia apprehension of the
extent of territory that circuuutauoes might
step in and interfere with the proper develop
ment of free institutions. I have never hoard
any one discuss these questions of ourrelations
to Mexion, nod our relations to Cuba, inoie
calmly and more candidly, and with more gen -tlenen
toward u, and with wore full and per
fic intimacy of all the circumstances that would
attend any further progress on our part. Sir, he
was nlwny the friend of Ynuug America. Ap
pluufn Ho measured his regard for us not b
any merits that we nsijrht have, but by tin
goodness of his own heart. Ha was ulwa
ready to pour out his own though'.', bis ayiri'
path;- nnd his eneonraementH to nny youn:
man tha' csine within his inflofiae. Iremom
bor, i 1820, h.ivlng at thur c.irly period b
slower! a gnod deal of arleotion to'tiio study ..:
Innjruagei, and, among others, the ahoriuiii' :
languages of our own oountrv, he particular!;,
pointed out the proper method! of continuing
inquiries and investigations on the tubjeot.
There ideas he not only communicatod by worn
of mouth, but ho wrote them oat at oonsidor
nblo length, and I had the satisfaction, when
I returned, to communicate them to person
engaged in that branch of study, and I donlo
not that in gome degree they contributed to the
duvelopement of an ecquaintuince with the
aboriginal languagos of thit country. Sir, I
oould hardly say less I could not certainly
feel justified in doing lest than to exprest my
admiration of the merits nf Humboldt as a
man of scienoe and bit virtues at a man.
Mcrdebs On Friday night last, in New
York, two murders were committed. The first
was that of a Mrs. Rosa O'Rourke, whose
husband brutally kioked her to death. The
were residents of the Eighth Ward. The mur
derer is only twonty-eig'it yeart of age. Tbi
second case occurred at a sailor boardiog
bou-e, in Water street, where a party of low
characters had collected for a carouse. An al
torcation occurred, and a man named Dowdy
was fatally stabbed by a person named White.
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tho only truss known by which Hernia can bt
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Cincinnati, Ohio. iiin
DR. C. W. PHILLIPS
Maio Oough Syrup
IS theonly reliable remedy for tbe rapid and per
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Hooping-cough, Croup, Sore Throa;, Bluetltng Lung
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didtinguished oitlzeue here at home, who have beei
oared by its magic power.
From Hon. J. W. Chapman, Judge of First Judicla
MiPisoa, led., I8A&,
Dr. Gnu. W. Phillips, Cincinnati, Ohio: Uaviu,
used several smalt bottles of your ''Cough Syrup,
porsonallyaudtn my family, and havlnic seen It el
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in general use, I contldeutly believe a large Buajorin
of tbe colds, accompanied by coughs, that now lernii',
nato iu Consumption, would bo enectnally arrestwi
In fact, I can seenoueceseity for any, whooan obta t
this remedy, being thus afflicted.
Kospeotfully yuura, J. W, CUAFMAN
Head Tula, Also.
From Hon. M. Storer. LL. D., Judge of tb Ruperlu
Court of Cincinnati.
OiNCtKKATl, DOO. S, Ittfth. .
Dr. O. W. Phillip Dear Kin Vour Cough MU.
ture he been used with great success iu aiy family.
be'Je it to be a most safe and efficacious preparatiui
forth cure of ordinary colds, as well as orcbron i
atfertione of the throat and tunes. Many of np
neighbors, who have felt the gooi olfiv.taof this Med
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DR. Q. W. PHILLIPS, '
Sold Wholesale by 8ulre, Eckstein A Co.; John 1
Park; Geo. M. l'Uon;A. Tofel; Allen It Co.; Oordoi
& llro.: Gdw. Boanleo A Oe. J. a. O. Keakirt, and !
PEOPLE' S LINE
riuelmiatl, New Richmuud, Ripley Hi"
or PaiMge apply on board
LANCASTEH, No. S.Capt. -fr"
J.COMMa,L. H. Moaaia, Clerk, t.tesJEJJ:T3.
from fiaitof Walnut slieei, Tl EBliA Y, TnintSfiAA
and 3ATl'UIAY, at Uo'cloi k, M. The Lanoauti i
Ii . a . . I iw'i.H iu.rin.ii.nt1r In 1. u .-...( .. I
RATES Of'AIiV LKT1S1N
f i i ( l i it i t i. !
' Term a C o t h
Adverti-en ems not exceeding five line ( Aral.)
One Insi rtloi ..........-....i) J
One week I no
To .........h....,....-..,........... I W I.' 1
One month ..... 7 SO
Larger adrertlmrtit Inserted at the fo lowla
rate-, for square of ton lines or lees :
Ono In.ertlon to af)
Kach additional lum-rtlnn aft
One week I 7S
Two " - 4,.4....jL..'t 'O
Three " ..........1.........U..M. 4 "0
One month. ....M.M)..M..M......k .,....... 5 00
J. & C. KEAKIRT, ...
52 Second si., bet. Walnut and Vine,
AND IMPORTERS O . .r
English, Preiich k German CbemJealttV ' '
SPRING STYLE, HATS. r
Silk and Casslmere -Dress r Hats,?'
- Soft Hati or all Style, - -
hxh's and boys' cloth caps
' b. r.aixey; ' '
41 Fashionable Hatter, 41 Broadway.
PULLAN At WILLIAMSON,
(At th old stand of Pullan, Tlatfleld A Brown.)
No. 61 WE8T SECOND ST.,
.neirar mtliaK, formerly of Pollen, Hatfield ft Brnwv '
wh.b. wiLuaMBOM. sar2-ACW
OANDY! CANDY "
nr. int. oxjl.xii3z."
(Suoeettor tu Ihui k Go.) '
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealers
' -tu-' :' '" ; '' ''
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES, ..
10 MAIN STREET, CZSCIXNATI.
. . . i. " wivir ,.
QUEEN CITY VA21TCS3 CO., . '
43 Vine Btrocf,' "
Continues to manufacture nil variolic of
T uSk. 2P Jh. IUT 3
PROMPT ATTENTION riven to order, ad all
goods sent out guaranteed to be ot good quality.
WATCH & JE WEt av. neusB
16 West Four-til Street.
Where oan be had every article appertaining to tb
Business at a much lea prtre, for CASH, than
baa ever before been offered In this u.arket.
GIVE USA CALL" ' '
And see for yourselves.
BEGCS cb SMITH, No. 6 West 4th Ht.
' A RE NOW RECEIVINO ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watches, Jewelry,
silverware and Diamonds.
410- : ' I -
A line assortment of Plated T st and Cstler
ind Opera Glassee. zh '
, Manufactcrer of
SILYES WARE AND JKTVT1BI
Wholesale and Retail Dealer la
Watches, Cutlery & Fancy Good.
. W. OOBNEB MAIN AND FOURTH BTBIETS, '
Cincinnati, Ohio.. . Ill
V.' v I
(. L. BAHLaH.
B. B. SUITE.
Drs. IIAMLEN d SMITH,
I ES 3iT T 1 3S T ,
No. 3 Weat Fourth St,
DR. S. WABBLE, 1
ID 3E3 NT T I J3 T p
Office No. 1S8 Weat Fourth ttreet,
ciNCIHrfAIf nniri - i :' ,:
INDIAN tlLKliN t'OH EK 8ALUUN
No. 50 East Pearl."
Keep constantly on hand, Hot Coffee, Tea, ChooolaU ' '
Beefsteak, Bam and Eggi, &c'., Ac, te ' , ' ", ,
itaiDiK i aioa. ..." , 106,
PHOJNIX BLIND FACTORY, WM. W.' I
CARPENTER A CO., Manufacturer of Vanitiaa 1
blinds and Window Shades, wknleaale and retail, Mo.
i Sixth street, between Walnut aud Vine, oppoeita
Wood's Theater, Cinoinnatl.O. Old Blinds repaiuUsi '
ind retrimmed. Church, Store ana other Urtj
Hbadea made and lettered, j - 7a -
Ii. P. HOPKINS,
(Lill Or CLIVXLAHD.) " ' ' .
Douse, Sign Sc Ornameutiil ..
Shop In Mechanics' Exhibition Building, Wt aide -of
Vine, abov Fourth.
OiKcmATi, May 1, IBM. . i mySamf
SNOWDON & OTTE,
11 West Fourth St., bet. Main cb Walnut; ;
WIJVDOW SIADi5!; , .
DAMASK, jLACB AND ' MUhLIX
: CURTAINS; ."-.".' :
iPRlNO, HAIR, COTTON AND HU8B, ' ' '
TABLE AND FLPOB OIL-CLOTUM. -
The largest and Ue.t awortaient of Window Bhadee '
er offered lu tbe oity. -
nr1 n A DEW MADH TO ORttEB. i IM .
Oats and flour. '
4,ObO oBAH- "1MB FEEDISO
, 400 Bbl. blr Family Flour; "' " '" ' ' ' ' '
la stor and for sal by '' ' ' '' '
' ' PIEBCE CHEEHAIT,
say4 lit and Broadway aad Wkpert Aveea. ri'
BURNET HOUSE." J : 1,1
'THIS undersigned having tekeq on the tat
' 111 L- 'J
aa I us tan t, for a term of years, th saUttd.
splendid flolef -!"i'i;t
known a th
i !'-' !: I v '
eg leave to say to the oltisen. of Cincinnati ant
tutors of the Ones City, that no euort ehall be I
oared to make the " Burnet1' worthy in every par.
oalar an merprieing city Mat II shall t su-,
ally solicited hum regulr boardpre and the travel,
ngpubllo. jJuSSl)H.AIJaJS AOO.
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