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COBHEB 8IXTH ft TINS Bts., OINOINHATL
John A. Elulm, Ja........ .Bole Lessee andJUanager.
Second night of Parodt'i celebrated
ITALIAN OPERA COMPANY,
Which was rewired laat night with the most nn
...Sig;. ANOELO TORRIANA.
' Slana. Teresa Parodl
Will appear In her great character of "Lncrezla Bor
gla," In which role the created an immense sensation
at the Italian Opera-houses of London, Paris, Italy
and the United States.
TIIURSDAT EVENING, August M. will lie pre.
oenten, for the first and only time, Donizetti's Grand
Duo Alonro...v... ..
tlenarro.. ....... ........
, big. Iiocatelll.
VlstO! lie '
sWBox Sheet now open.
Tickets and Seats may be secured at tho Theater,
or at W. 0. Peters A Buna' Mustek tore.
SWTha Manager of the Parodl Italion Opera
Troupe, respectfully informs the pnblio generally
that, in accordance with the desire and to facilitate
the wUh of many, the prices of admission will be
To Dress Circle and Farauette only.- .....SI
Gallery ..M cents.
And no extra charge for reserved seats,
NOTICE. -The Manager, without the slightest In
tentlon to offend, wishes to stato that the heavy ex
penses daring tho season, incurred by Stare and Stock
Company, compel him to abolish the FHKK LIST,
with the exception of the PRESS.
("Doors open at 7H o'clock; Opera commences at
ORAI. M. lUliRAI
MRS. VARIAN JAMES
Hal the honor to announce that, in JfT(
comnlianc) with tho solicitation of wt'Av
, many of the citizens ot Cincinnati, n3ifi.
aho will, on
Thursday Eveulng, August 35,
Grand Vocal ana Instrumental
la which she will La assisted by
MR. W. H. COOKE, SMNOR ALFISI
. And a full and effective Orchestra.
p no a a A RIME.
1. Overture "Marltana"
3. Bong "Dearest, I think of thee,".,
V. H. Cooki.
Mrs. Varian Jamkh.
i. Pot-pourrl-"The Musical Oonihat" Haner.
UKt'H FJTK A.
8. Romania "Iioberto 11 Dlavolo" .Mcjorbeer,
. . Mas. Variak Jamrh.
0. Duetto"! Masnadieri" .......... Verdi.
Mas. Vawiam Jjhij ash W. II. CooKK.
1. Overturn "Martha". Flolow,
2. Oavatiua "Botly" Doni.ottl,
JH11S. VABIAN JAMKS.
, Romanza-"Spirito Gentil"
W. H. Cooks.
4. Song-"Wake, Dearest, Wake,"
JUIio. VAHIAn ,A.HBO.
S. Duetto "Don raiquale" Donizetti,
Mas. Vabiah James ado W. II. Cookk.
. Uverti-e-"Tho Fnlrent Lake" Ailber,
7. Bconaed Arla-"Troylats".... Vordi,
Mas. Vabiam James.
aw Hlgnor AlFISt will preside at the Plano-fortc.
aWDooraoren at iH; to commence at 8 o'clock.
AnniasioN-Parqiiette Circle, Far.niotto and IU.
cotv.i cents; Gallery .30 cunts. ,R,J?,,,
. giVIlckets can be had at w . U. Peters' Music
store, and at the Opera-house door.
- SEVENTEENTH EXHIBITION
' OP THE-
. ' (Consisting of five large departments.)
WILL OPEN IN
On Thursday, September 1.
THE COMMITTEE ARB NOW PRE
PAEED to receive artic'ei for Exhibition: they
will be on hand daily, from 9 to WH A. M., , to locate
pace uimi Diuiuj,,iii .un..,-."..
will bo present during the whole day until the open
ing er the Exhibition. All parties iutendmg
deposit articles, are requested to present ihem
early as possible, iu order to prevcut delay in the
"ror'urtber Information, apply to the Clerk of tho
inilliuie. Ayorueruuj""",,';Tir ,,,
auM-c JOHN B. HEIt'If, Clerk.
Thurgday, August 35.
IREAT TROTTING RACE OPENING
" X T)a of the Cincinnati
Park Trotting. Sweepstakee
- for J 100. Two-mils Ilentl to
OWNIRI. ' . ENTRIES. . DRIVERS.
A. Mason........... .h.m. Fanny Hope.... Mr. Dodge,
Col. McOIll -....br.gr. Wagner.........Mr, Booky,
Snnham 4 mgdon....s.ni. jenny ....uioimucn,
Mr. Llsbavra. bi g. Mobwk.....Owner.
Itaoo to Commence at Fonr O'eloek.
The Proprlotor of the CINCINNATI TROTTING
PAKK, in endeavoring to supply to our sport-loving
cltlieni what they have so long felt the necessity
" and so often expressed an ardent desire for a pleasant
jlace of resort, and an agreeable drive on mm own
IDKOFTHE aivaa, liaviusuuiiBwu iu mi ouwipiinB.u'
veiwinff m. hoAvv nM-nntarv outlay, he confidently re
lies on the patronage and assistance of the public
am ntm in carrying me enterprise wsmGcniim ter
mination. As a beginning he has succeeded in get
ting roar nags, wen manueii, uu owueu 117 wen
' vAnn(HMni. anil, from'thsir nrevlotis perform
anees, and the opinions generally expressed, the
Proprietor feels well assured that the Ilace will prove
worthy OI an opening uay nna ui nueiiQjHttruiiHae
T. J. RYhCPHKNH. Pronrietor.
K. B. Omnlbnses will leave from the Gait House,
rorner Bixtu and nain-sireers,at two 0 ciocs; r. si
'rrlnir Puuniin to and from the Park.
aiftA train will leave the Sixth-street depot at 1:30
P. M. for the grounds. Betnrning, leave the grounds
at the close of the Races. Fare for the round trip
. flftv Mnii. If enter's Band will mn nn on this train.
OuTAdmlsslon to all parts of the Course, l. auM
' PALACE GAEDEN LYRICS.
Have yon seen the Palace Garden Troupe,
In thalr Comio Pantomime,
1 Tall of grand and lofty tumbling,
Bringing bock the olden time,
' When weird ferms, of passing horror,
, Bcampered through the midnight air,
, ' Throogh floors, and clocks and celling,
Through the table, and the chair. :
t J V not, t Patoca Oarden ,. r
! " Yon can hear "MtTEi"nntll nine; i
, , , ,' , From that time until midnight,
t ';' Boni Dance and Pantomime. i(
loCaacert and Protaasiade)
ouir Tea vtmtt, ,
' VOL. 2.- NO. 4.
CINCINNATI, THUBSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1859.
PRICE ONE SENT.,
News and Gossip.
Tbe Boston Gazelle reporta that a laJv
of bis acquaintance gayi her oonaoieno li so
clear that 70a oaa see right through it.
FSoerntes. leelntc a (ooldine wife who
bad hung herself on an olive tree, exclaimed:
"0b, that all trees should bear suoh fruit."
Il&'k correspondent at Newport gives an
aooount of an entirely new kind of woman In
that city girls "all unconscious of their
charmt," ...... ..
Bihon Davis, of South Carolina, has
become almost totally blind. Ilia general
health is, however, good, and bis vigorous
mental faonlttes are unimpaired.
aarThe MoKlnncy (Texas) Xeuciioer nom
inates Eon. Bam. Houston as the " Union
Candidate" for the next Presidency, "subject
to the Convention of the people at the ballot
box." ?"The followinir laconie eniatlo mav be
seen in the window of a London coffee-shop:
"Stolen, from this window, a China cup and
saucer; the set being now incomplete, the
thief may have the remainder at a bargain."
Fanaticism. An American lady is Urine: in
Jerusalem nnder the impression that she is one
of the two witnesses spoken of in Revelation,
who is to suffer death in the streets of Jerusa
lem. This is her fourth visit to the "Holy
City," which she styles "Sodom in Egypt."
A Goon Crop. A crop of seven thousand
bushels of prime wheat has been gathere i
from one plantation in Davidson County, N.
C. An offer of ninety cents per bushel was
made for the entire crop, at Lexington, N.
u, out it was retusea. - - -
To PtiRirv Ranoid Oit. Sweet spirits of
nitre added to ranoid oil, and then warmed,
will restore its tosto and odor, . If a few drops
of spirits of nitre be addod to oil, it will pre
serve it a long time. fichtoeix Zeittchr, .
A Fast Man. There is a man at Oxford.
England, who lives so fast that he is now ab
solutely older than his father, and it is
thought he will soon overtake his grand-father.
His mother, a quite eldorly lady, he has left
behind long ago, as well as two old maiden
Thi Abmstronq Quits. The London Aihe-
ueum speaks of a new Armstrong gun killing
a flock of geese six miles and seven furlongs
from the Anglian shore. A coast defended by
batteries of such ranee and acouracy, none but
geese would attempt to Invade.
SSfFtioa, of the Uuffalo flepulHn, says
that "women are oalled the "softer sex" be
cause they are so easily humbugged. Out of
one hundred girls, ninoty-five would prefer
ostentation to happiness a dandy husband to
Americas Board of Forkion Missions.
The receipts of tho American Hoard of Com
missioners for Foreign Missions for July, were
$00,018 82. This is the largest sum received
during anyone mouth since the Board was
organized. The receipts for tho month of
Juno nna tiuiy nmoumea to aoout ?huu,iiuu.
3rFor some cause or other, weddings are
very bad for the eyes. The moment the knot
is tied, the bride's two aunts ana a njoiner
rush into tho "hall bed-room," and have "a
good cry" for hours together. Why a poor
fellow's promise to pay "a youDg woman's
board-bill" should operate thus on tho "finer
feelings of our nature," puzzles us to divine.
Lahckny op thk Inos Crown op Lomrasov.
It appears, according to a correspondent of
the London Morning Star, that the Iron
Crown of Lombardy, for which the people
feel a great veneration, bas been stolen from
tho Cathedral of Mnnza, Miliin, its place of
deposit, nnd can not now be found, though
several of the clergy have been arrested.
In Bad Health. A complimentary dinner
was given ice lion. Alexander it. Stevens,
on the 13th inst., at Warrenton, Warron
County, Ua. About one thousand persons
attended. Mr. Stephens was quite sick, and
had only spoken forty minutes, when be
canto near fuintiug, and was obliged to desist.
That Cable. Freight room has just been
engaged by Morgan's line of packets to London
for forty-nine miles (aoout, utty-two tuns; 01
the Atlantio Telegraph Cable, which was taken
out ot the steam-frigate Niagara. It did not
pay to out it np into specimens, the sale having
been stopped by ths suspension of communica
tion on the part of the cable which was sub
merged. Missionaries for Japan. The North Caro
lina Christian Advocate states that five mission
aries from the Southern Methodist Church will
sail for Japan in November, inoluding Rev.
M. L. Wood, of the North Carolina Conference;
Rev. Mr. Allen, of the Georgia Conference;
Rev. Mr. Stewart, of the Tennessee Conference,
any two ministers from the Memphis Confer
ence. pgThe following Is said to be an excellent
oure tor tne ayseniery: asks inaian corn,
roasted and ground in the manner of coffee
or ooarse meal browned and boll In a suffi
cient quantity of water to produce a strong
liquid-like cofleo, and drink a tea-oup full,
warm, two or three times a day. One day's
practice, it Is said, will ordinarily effect a cure.
It is, at least, simple and harmless.
Laudanum in Weak Virion of tiik Aokp.
Prof. Nascar, of Naples, says, that in the
case of aged persons, whose sight is becom
ing enfeebled, and requires the aid of convex
glasses, great advantage is derived, supposing
no nervous lesion exists, from painting every
evening the eyelids and brow with laudanum,
and allowing this to remain on an mgnt.
Prttt Beige, No. 27.
To TJhtict Adulteration of Floor. Take
a large test tube, put some flour in it, and
add chloroform. Shake it well, and then al
low it to settle. After some time the pure
flour will float on the chloroform, nnd if it
contains any mineral substances they will be
found at the bottom. Decant tho flour and
chloroform, and the mineral matter can be
examined , more particularly. WilMein't
IBSfb. barefooted youngster was fishing on
the bank of a pond out in York State, when
a monster pickerel grabbed the hook so sud
denly aa to jerk the little fellow into the
"drink." lie was rescued, with some diffi
culty, by an older companion, the fish, in
the mean time, having cleared himself from
the hook and darted away. As the little fel
low's head came above the water, he at once
saw the situation of affairs, and gasped out
his eyes "sticking out about a foot:" "Catch
me another grasshopper, and I'll get him
asS" A culiio lnoh of gold is worth one bun
dred and forty-six dollars; a cable foot, two
hundred and fifty-two thousand two hundred
and eighty-eight dollars; a cubic yard, six
millions eight hundred and eleven thousand
seven hundred and seventy-six dollars. The
quantity of gold now in existence is estimated
to be three thousand millions of dollars, whioh,
welded into one mass, conld be oontained in a
cube of twenty-three feet.
To PioiLl Cucumbers. Put the cucumbers
Into salt and water for three days, then soald
them with weak Vinegar, and let them remain
three days longer, eoald with some strong
plokllng vinegar with a few onions, black pep
per, allepioe, eloves, ginger-root and horse
radish, pour the whole over the encumbers,
and keep them In jars for use. Garkins, which
are small eneumbera, are pickled In the same
A Modern Jack Siikfpabd. The Worcester
(Mass.) Spy relates the criminal adventures of
a boy twelve years of age, whose precocious
rogueries and cunning escapes would form an
interesting obsraoter in the Old Bailey Chron
icle of the Police Gazette.' This young rogue,
Isiso B. Patch, bv name, commenced his
career in Worcester by stealing from his anele,
Mir. H. if. Towns, $250, with which lie went to
Boston. There be fell into the hands of a
police officer, and was sent home in eharge of
the conduotor. He eluded the vigilante of his
guardian, however, and left the trail at Groton
junction. After various hairbreadth : ttsespes
and wily straljgems, he stole a horse, wsgon
and harness, belonging to Isaae Gross of Aah
bnrnham, and made his way to Bellows Falls,
where, he was overtaken by the owner of the
team, and brought back to Fitchburg, and
committed for trial at the next Criminal Court
for Worcester County. - '.
A Round About Arrival. The Charleston
Courier announces a remarkable and noteworthy
arrival at that port, all the way from Blilwau
kle. The schooner Adria, Captain Chase, was
built at Milkauwie, and loaded at St. Joseph's
(opposite Milwaukie). She psased through
Lake Michigan, the Straits of Maokinao, Lake
Huron, the St. Clair River, and the Welland
Canal, and the lake route, into the St. Law 7
renoe River, and through the Gulf of St. Law
rence and Cut of Canso into the "Salt Pond,"
known as the Atlantic. She left St. Joseph's
on the 28th of May, and readied Providence,
Rhode Island, on the 12th of July, after a
route of three thousand two hundred miles.
From New York to Charleston she made eight
hundred miles, In all four thousand miles,
Cruelty to Sailors. For the three years,
ending August, 1858, says the New York r
prtu, an average of one hundred and fifty
oomplaints per day year have been made by
Bailors for cruel treatment at sea beforo the
United States Commissioner in this oity. Two,
thirds were made against mates, and one-third
against captains, for cruel and unusual pun
ishment. For the past year the number of
complaints nave been only fifty-one, and tak
ing the results of last year as a criterion out of
the hundreds of cases of maltreatment that 00
cur every year on American vessels trading to
this port, only forty got before the examining
magistrate, and but one in forty of the accuiod
A Disadvantage of Hoops. It is suggested
by an eastern medical journal that tbe use of
hoops in the dress of small g trie, by keeping
the body cooler tnan they had lormerly been
accustomed to, renders them more liable to
bowel disorders. Of this we of course know.
nothing, but we do know that in a majority of
cases the use of hoops ny little girls is abso
lutely promotive of indelicacy, as any mother
can easily convince herself of, who will notothe
almost universal habit little girls woo wear them
have fallon into, of striking the hoops so as to
make tbe clothing fly off from the body, or the
still worse habit of lifting the dress, whioh
they encourage. If grown people want to wear
hoops let them do it, but don't banish the na
tive deiicaey ot little gins by putting noops
Indiana Divorces AVobtr Nothing in New
York. The oase of Julia E. Clark against Al
vln B. Clark, whioh was tried before Judge Ba,
con, at the last term of tho Supreme Court, in
June last. In Lewis County, N. Y.. has been
decided in favor of the nlaintilf unon all the
issues of tho ense. rne action was brought
against the defendant on the ground of adult'
ery. The Uourt held tnat a divorce obtatnoa
in the state ot Indiana, When tne party goes
there for tbe purpose ot procuring suoh ut
vorce, and then returns to the State of New
York, is wholly inpoerativeand void.
Death of a Veteran of Tiro Wars. John
Lindsey, a soldier who fought in the war of
1812. and also in tbe jriorida war. died in
Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, on the 10th in
stant, at tne aavanoea age 01 seventy years,
lie was In the battle of Lundy's Lane, and re.
celved several wounds which disabled him from
service for a time. He also took part in the
Florida War, and was one of General Scott's
body-guard. He saw Black Hawk, Osceola,
anil a large number of the other famous Indian
Chiefs who figured conspicuously in that In
dian War. At the olose of the strife between
the whites and Indians in Florida, he returned
Testimony or a Dream. The Hon. A. U,
Banscom, a prominent politician of Miohigan
and Speaker of the Assembly of that State in
1847, died at Marquette, Lake Superior, on the
4th instant, of hemorrhage of tbe lungs. He
was one of the most genial men in the State,
and his death, in tho prime of manhood, will
cause very many heavy nearts. it is an
nounced, as a singular fact, that his wife (at
that time a long distanoe from blm) dreamed
during the night of his death, that he had died
and related the dream to her friends a day or
two before the intelligence of his death reached
Street Railroads in Washington. As the
meeting of Congress is only a little over three
months distant, the subject of railroads on
Pennsylvania-avenue, in Washington, is again
beginning to excite attention. There will
doubtless be active competition, for the prize
is valuablo, and the Intelligencer has heard
stated that responsible persons are ready to
offer to oonstruot the Metropolitan Railroad,
from Georgetown to the Point of Rocks, in
consideration or tne grant ot a raiiroaa pnv
ilege through the two cities.
ANOTniit Yankee Settlement. In addition
to Eli Thayer's Yankee settlement in Virginia,
we now learn of another, in the mountain dis
tricts. The land purchased for the purpose
known as the Hollingeworth Survey, consists
of eighty-two thousand acres, and lies princi
pally In Highland, Randolph, and Pendleton
Counties. Tbe price paid was $60,000, or eighty
cents per aore.
Embszzlesirnt in England. We should
judgo from acoounta in the English papers, for
the laat aix months, that embezzlements by
petty officials are much more frequent than in
this country. The last oase noticed is that
a rate-oolleotor for the parish of St. Giles,
Camberwell, named Alfred Cooper, who has
been arrested and committed on a eharge
Grubs Killing the Grasshoppers. In the
eountiea of Hope, Cavan and Manvers,
Canada, a species of small grub, very similar
to the weevil, is found attacking the grasshop
pers, and the strength of their joints giving
away before the attack, In suoh a manner, that
the grasshoppers are dying in myriads.
pZr A home without a girl In it is only
half bleaaed; It la an orchard without bloasoms,
a bower without a bird, and a bird without
song. A house full of sons. Is like Lebanon
with its cedars; but daughters are like the
rosea of Sharon.,
- Paul Morphy Is now in New York. He
has not played chess much lately. In a week
or two he will start for his home in New Or
leans, where he will stay for a short time be
fore he returns to that city to make it his per
SaT An actor with a very homely phis was
playing "Mlthrldatea," when a beautiful young
oaptive said to him, "Ah, my lord, you ohange
countenance 1" Hook, who was in the pit,
exolalmed, "Don't atop him, don't stop him
for heaven's sake let him 1" .
Health or Charleston. The etty
Charleston, Sjutb? Carolina, must be unusually
healthy, as during the past week only one white
person died there. Nine oolored persons died,
and of thesi six were children.
Rroadcloth the Enemy of Health.
Professor Hamilton, la an able address on
hygiene to the graduates of Buffalo Medical
College, denounces broadcloth aa an enemy to
exeroise, and therefore to health. His remarks
are pointed and sensible. He says:
American gentlemen have adopted aa a na
tional costume, broadcloth a thin, tight fitting
black suit of broadcloth. To foreigners, we
seem always to be in mourning; we travel in
black, we write in blaok, and we work in black.
Tbe priest, the lawyer, the dootor, the literary
man, the meehanio, and even the day laborer,
cuoose aiwaya tne same unvarying, monoton
ous black broadcloth; a stylo and material
whioh never ought to v.ave been adopted out of
me drawing-room or me puipit; neoauie it is a
feeble and expensive fabric; because it is at the
North no suitable protection against the cold.
nor is it indeed any more suitable at theSouth.
It u to thin to be warm in winter, and too
black to be cool in ths summer; but especially
do we objcot to it because tbe wearer is always
afraid of soiling it by. exposure. Young gen
tlemen will not play ball, or pitch quoites, or
wrestle and tumble, or any other similar thing,
lest their broaaciottt should be onended. They
will not go ont in a storm, because the broad-
oloth will lose its lustre if rain falls upon it;
tney win not run Because tney nave no conn
denoe in the strength of the broadcloth; they
dare not mount a horse, or leap a fence, because
broadcloth, aa everybody knows, Is so faithless.
So these young men, and these older men,
merchants, mechanics, and all, learn to walk,
talk and think soberlyand carefully; they sel
dom venture to laugh to the full extent of their
A Faithful Wife. The Mareschal de
Mouchy, having beon conducted a prisoner
to the Luxemburg, had scarcely arrived
when his wife entered tho prison. The
jailor obscrvsjl to her that tho ordor for the
Maroschal's arrest made no mention of her.
She answered with mingled gayety and
sweetness, "Since my husband is a prisoner,
1 inn one, niso.
When ho was carried beforo the revolu
tionary Tribunal, he wits slill attended bv
his wife. The Public; Accusor having in
formed Madame tie Mouchy, that she was
not called upon to nppear, she replied,
"When my husband is called for, I am also
In a word, when the fatal sentence of death
was pronounced upon tho Mareschal, his
faithful wife ascended the cart with him:
and when the executioner objected, because
she was not condemned to die, she answered,
"Since sentence is passed upon my husband,
11 is passed upon mo niso."
murder uurino thk preparation fob
Funeral. A shocking murder occurred in
the town of Lloyd, Ulster County, N. Y.,
day or two ago. A man named James Van-
dervoort wont into the house of a Mr. Albert
son, in that village, in which was his daugh
ter, engaged in making a shroud for Mrs,
Albertson, who then lay dead in the house
at the time. He ordered his daughter to go
home immediately, and threatened to her
nersonal iniurv if she refused. Younir Al
dertson, who was in at the time, then inter
fered, and endeavored to reason tho matter
witlihim, wbenthoy got into a nuurrol, which
resulted in Vandorvowt stabbing him. The
murderer has since been arrested and lodged
in tne Kingston Jan.
Poking Fun at It. The Providence Journal
makes light of the New York "Croton panic,"
in tnis cruel way:
Some of the people are bringing water from
Brooklyn, and probably there will soon be as
muoh oheating in imported water as in imported
brandy, ine "importers ' will probably send
the Croton over to Brooklyn, and, without
landing it, bring it back as Brooklyn water
just as whisky goes to France and oomea baok
brandy. It is strange that It has not occurred
to some one to got out an "injunction ' on tbe
Croton. ThiB is the universal remedy in New
3FIt is believed that tho new conical
balls used in war produce less dangerous
wounds than the ordinary spherical ones.
the former do not strike with the apex, they
deviate from their course, instead of smash
ing the bones. It appears from an examina
tion of the returning soldiers wounded
Italy that the conical balls travel in almost
every direction through the head, unlesBthcy
happen to stri ke with accuracy. The modern
philanthropists of Europe will have to con
sider this subject, and probobly return to the
old fogy method of killing men with round
Excitement in Portland Thi Mainr Law
Enforced. An extraordinary soene was wit
nessed at Portland, Maine, on the 17th inBt.,
that of the police entering the house of a citi
zen, and breaking open his private iron safe
suspicion that it contained liquors. The build
ing where this occurred was tho Exchange
Coffee-house, the proprietor, Jesse Annis. The
city marshal, notwithstanding Mr. Annis pro
tested against this violent Intrusion upon
premises, after considerable hard labo;, forced
open the safe, found nine bottles of liquor, and
bore them off in triumph to tbe police-office.
Grasshoppers Brooming a Burden. Ac
counts of railroad accidents and of obstruc
tions on railroad tracks are common occur
rences. But an occurrence has happened
the Home and Watertown Railroad di liferent
from anything I hare ever heard of. The
obstructions consist of nn army of grasshop
pers, which had collected on the rails during
the night, and at a point where it was
grade, seemingly taking advantage of the
iron horse, ami actually causing the train
stop. So Bays a letter-writer to a New York
sBA "good one" was got off at one of
White Mountain hotels, a few days since.
traveler came down too early for breakfast,
having mistaken the first bell for the second.
"Is that the breakfast bell?" he Inquired
Tom, who, as usual, was studying nis ac
4Minla In tliA Mrnnr. "Nn " wen nia ronlv
counts in the corner
was his reply.
il out very seriously, ":
that's the remr
rection bell." Exit traveler, wita a
. - .. x . . . r ' ...
0f The Medical Academy has decided
Croton water wholesome, despite its bad taste.
Chemists say that the dirty substances In solu
tion will be precipitated and the water cleansed,
by adding to It a little spirituous liquor,
affinity between alcohol and water being strong
enough to separate other foreign elements.
Accordingly, the New Yorkers put a "little
something" into all the water they use. .
7E3T-Colonel Fuller, with his usual urbanity,
took a well-known wit by the band and said,
"Good morning Mr. , you are looking
very well to-day, air." The wit replied,
am not very well, Colonel, but I supposo you
think I am, because I am looking Fuller
3J- Mrt. Aaron V. Brown, widow of
late Postmsster- General, has presented
Tennessee Historical Society with a valuable
collection of books, embracing twenty-one
volumes of American State papers, running
from March 3, 1789, to Marob 3, 1833.
A New Bank. Some of the leading men
Bedford, Indiana, are about to start a bank
under the general banking law. ' Isaae Reotor,
former cashier -ef the Branch of the State
Bank of that place, will probably be tbe prin
cipal of the concern. , ..,."
A Citizen of Howard County, Maryland,
Among the Mormons.
The Patapsco (Ellicott's Mills) Enlerprut,
of Saturday, publishes an Interesting letter
from Mr.f John Ware, a native of that vicinity,
who, as a United States soldier, left Baltimore
for Utah, April 11, 1856. He describes affairs
in that quarter as follows:
The great Salt Lake City that yon hear 10
much about has throe or four respectable
looking houses, and tbe balance are of no ac
count. There is no fruit in this country of
any account. I have paid thirty-six conts for
an apple, and twelve for a peach, and very
hard to be got at that. From Salt Lake City
we oame here to this place, the world-renowned
Camp Floyd. It Is one of the dirtiest places
on the face of the earth. It is a valley of
dust surrounded by mountains. We built our
quarters bore in a very short time and settled
down for the winter. Our company was or
dered to a town called Springville, where I got
an insight to the wey the Mormons live.
l nave seen a dozen of women in our camp
with hardly clothing enough to cover their
nakedness, picking up the bacon that we threw
away. Tbe men told me that they had not
seen any money for five years beforo we came
bore, lnlaotthoy did not know a now cent
from a five dollar gold piece. I have seen
some of our boys buy a quart of whisky for a
new cent and get two dollars and a quarter In
change. Ths children are utterly ignorant;
there Is not one in a hundred that knows the
alphabet. As aoon as a male child is able to
work, he is sent into tbe mountains to herd
cattle. If a female child is born, before It is
three days old it is engaged to be married,
perhaps, to some man older than its parents.
Gold for Jewelry.
Ttiro gold is never required for jewelry,
and is usually alloyed by introducing a small
quantity of silver or copper. Silver renders
it lighter in color, and copper gives it n
deeper shade, inclining to a reddish hue.
The jeweler of the present lnv relies, in a
great measure, on dies for the form ho gives
the articles that come from his ha-uds. These
he has cut in steel with caro, and many of
them nre beautiful; aud often they aro very
intricate. The gold is rolled into strips, and
what is beheld is nil that it professes to lie
pure gold; but the proportion of tho metnl is
very small. A strip of gold not thicker than
a silver dollar is secured to a bar of brass of
corresponding sizo, but much thicker in pro
portion. A iiux is applied to unite the two,
and tho mass is subjected to tho action of the
fire. At the proper moment it is withdrawn,
and when cool the two metals are found
firmly united. The bar is then rolled be
tween cylinders, set in motion by steam
power, and this operation is continued till
the metal, in the form of a ribbon, is not
thicker than letter paper. It is then cut
into small pieces of the size required, and
the artisan so places them in succession that
the die falls upon each, in turn, giving to it
tne required lorm. as ine cue rises, tne
piece last struck is removed, and another
piece is placed over the socket ready to be
struck wnen the die comes down again. The
die is attached to a very heavy weight, which
gives force to the blow, and it is guided by a
M. Kossuth and bis Family. Madam Kos
suth left London on the 14th ultimo, accom
panied by her eldest son, Mr. Francis Kossuth,
to join her husband, whom tnoy met at All
les- Bains, a watering place in Savoy. They
intended a several months' sojourn in Switzer
land. M. Kossuth's grave mental sufferings,
nnder the existing circumstances, urgently
claiming the greatest possible relaxation, M.
Kossuth and family intend returning to Eng
land by the autumn.
The French Emperor promised to Kossuth
that he would obtain for the Hungarian Le
gionas yet at Acqui, under the oommand of
Air. uanioi Abase, and consisting or five bat
talions of foot, and fonr troops of horse, num
boring together about 6,000 men not only tbe
most complete amnesty, but likewise that they
shall never be olaimed for further services
Acrimony between Two Sbhators A Duel
Expected. There Is very little thought of at
the present time In California beyond the po
litical discussions progressing In the interior.
in a late speech, liroderick denonnoed his col
league (Gwin) in unmeasured terms. He said
Gwin was " dripping with corruption no
one believed what he luwin) said in tbe Ben
ate." Gwin replies by denouncing Broderiok
as a traitor to bis State, sneers at bis attempts
to address publio meetings, and to the grave
charges of dishonesty, returns the flattest
denial. The drift of the discussions between
the two Senators, it is generally thought, will
lead to a hostile meeting. It is a matter of
regret that men holding suoh honorable sta
tions should descend so low in their attacks on
North Carolina Roll or Honob. The
following is a list of revolutionary soldiers
supposed to be living, and pensioners on the
roll of the State of North Carolina, wltb their
ages, in 1859 :
Cornelius Clements, Rutherford County, 102
years; John Brooks, Robeson County, 102
years; David Cockcrham, Surry County, 96
years; Edwin Hickman, Stokes County, 97
years; Moses Jones, Orange County, 97 years;
Alexander Lemonds, Rockingham County, 98
years; James Nicholston, Stokes County, 97
years; Adam Phillips, Buncombe County, 90
years; Ueorge Roberts, Buncombe County, 101
gf'The Shah of Persia has this year made
a long journey through bis dominions. It ap
pears that on Ibis oocasion, contrary to the
usual eustotn, the Inhabitants of the provisoes
through whioh he passed, bad not to complain
of contributions levied on them by the Royal
Suite. The journey was Interesting, Inasmuch
as the Persian Provinces 'are stocked with
ame. One day the Shah stopped to hunt the
eer In the Province of Kezah, which Is cele
brated for that game ; but in hunting deer, the
Royal Party roused a herd of wild boars, and
hia Imperial Majesty was forced to asoend
tree for safety.
A Nsw Arch of Tbidiifr in Paris.
resolution has been passed for tbe erection
a triumphal arch to tbe army of Italy. This
monument, whioh will cost several millions,
will ostensibly be erected by subscription, bat
It is perfectly well understood whenoe the prin
cipal portion of the funds will be derived. It
will be a magnificent monument to be exe
cuted In stone, and to rival in elaborate work
and finish that of the Barricrtdel'Etoite. The
bass-reliefs are already distributed for execution
among the best sculptors in Paris, and the de
signs are to be sent in for approval, to the com
mittee, before the end of tbe month.
SmauLAa Position or a Dog. A large New.
foundland dog, by some means, drifted on
rook, Just bMow Niagara Falls, and which can
not be descended without assistance except on
the side next the rushing waters, He has been
there for two years, and cannot esoape without
assistance. . A daring attempt was once made
to save him, but- was rendered fruitless by hia
ferocity. Ills midnight howls are often heard,
lie is a kind of. Robinson Crusoe among dogs,
and It is supposed, picks up bis precarious
living from tbesflsb and small animals on his
."beat," which Is only hair a mils In length.
" ' ' ; ' : :; ' afi Yi
BITES OF ADYERTISIKC.
n Adrsrtlsements sot exceeding Ave lines (Agi. )
One Inmrttnn- , --,.,.,. , ,f ' 21
One 2 gjj
Larger advertisements Inserted at tbe followln
rates, for square of tea lines or less :
On Ins.rtlna ,r,n....,.n.... tO 60
Kaoh optional lnsertton..........,.... M
One wyfc- ,... , ......ujmj 1 1 7o
One month. !'I!!I".'.r. i IT
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES I
NO. 8 EAST FOURTH STREET,
t Between Main and Bycamota, . '
Music Hooks neat
It and durably bound.
P, B. CLOOIV & CO.,
Vfaeinnali Eakcryasd Flour Store
"a. 31, Corner of Sycamore and front sts.
Pilot and Loaf Tlreed. Hettn. Be nn. Hnr. Plc-aic.
Water and llntter Crackers. Also, ail (traces oi
FLOUB at Wholesale and Itetall. jeJO-amt
B. W. corner Third and Sycamore ate.,
Jvl CINCINNATI, OHIO.
msr a w m? tiitiia iitimi
BETWEEN FRONT AND BKCOND. .CINCINNATI.
F. P. CAIIILL Proprietor.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
the citizens of Cincinnati that he has onened
an office at. No. 120 West Sixth street, for the treat
nientof CONSUMPTION and 0HKON1OD1SEA8 ltd
generally. Consultation tree.
mv wmra nuure, iu 10 n anu z to f .
avsritwldeuce, 233 West fourth alreet. jel0-em
PUIXAlt cfc WILLIAMSON,
(At the old stand of Pullan, Hatfield A Brown,)
No. 93 WEST SECOND ST.,
jasipn pcu.AH, formerly of Pnllan, Batflold A Brown
wh.s. WU.UAI1SON. Bnr22-AOW
B. B. PULLAN. GSO. BATV1ILB. T.S.IB0WPI. l.SIISmM
PULLAN, HATFIELD & BROWN,
AMD ASENTS FOB
CINCINNATI STEAM SUGAR KEKINKR
No. 55 Columhla (or Second) street.
SJfST Beflned Sugars and Simps always on hand.
THOS. H. WEASNER,
niALIB IN III MINDS or
BUILDING LUMBER, LATH,
EniNGLES, ETC., ITO., -31
Plum Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
F. M. MOORE,
IN. E. CORNER THIRD tfc KACE STM.,
Orders promptly attended to.
JOHN P. HARRISON,
,4 TT0RNEY-AT-LAW, and Commissioner
ia for Ohio and other States. Office. Honth-east
corner fifth and lladiaon-streots, Uovington, Ken-
; U. P. EL1AS'
WATCH & JEWELRY HOUSE
16 West Fourth Street,
Where can be had every article appertaining to the
Business at a much lese price, for CASII, thaa
has ever before been offered in this market.
GIVE US A CALL"
And see for yourselves. ' ' apli
No. MX K. K. Cor. Fifth and Lodge streets, betwe
Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati.
A good assortment of 81 L VK B and PLATED WABsV,
SPKCTACLS, etc., kept constantly on hand.
Special attention given to Cleaning and Bepalrlna)
Watches and Jewelry. my 10
BEGGS b SMITH, No. 6 West 4th SU
ABB NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Walchea, Jewelry,
Silverware and Diamonds.
A fine assortment of rlated Tea Sets and Cutlery
and Opera Glasses. i24
D. B. ANDREWS,
WATCH MAKER AND JEWELER
No. 336 Filth Street,
oaa sooa wist or tui.
Arj. work warranted to perform well, If not, no
Watch elry sold chosp. JeW-lsl
D. DE FOREST,
Book Binder and Paper Buler,
Third story Times Building, will do all work in hl
line with neatness and dispatch. J,2S-lr
DR. M. ROGERS.
Or LONG EXPERIENCE IN THIS CITY,'
Office, Ns. 84, Seventh. street ,
1 THIRD DOOR WIST OT Vim,
(Successor to Knowlton at Tare.)
No. 56 West Fourth St., bet. Walnut & Vine.
I. u nautili.
a. B. (SflTI.
Drs. HAMLEN A 8MITF,
v.. uta lie m.
No, 3 Weat ?
BE. 8. WARDLE,
N W 1ST
Offioe No. 138 West Fourth street, ,
' : , CINOWNATI, OHIO
NO. 191 SYCAMORE STBEKT, BELOW mill,
DR. J. WILSON'S Office, 58 West Fourth
Femalo Complaints, Inflammation of the Cervix,
Prolapsus Uteres, all displacements of the Womb,
Spiuul aud Ccrchral affections, and other organic dla
eases common to females. Tho Doctor's long expo
rlcni'o anil recent discovery iu the treatment of Hie -atmve
dlaeaws, can not fail to giveentlre satisfaction.
Tlie Doctor is airvnt for a European female monthly
Pill; price $1 aud two stamps, ault-Sm
B. 8. NEWTON, M. De
Office, 90 Weit Seruth Street,
SlTWtll TIM ARS) BAOl.
O. E. NEWTON. M.-D.
Orrict-Ne. W West Seventh street, between Vina
and liaoe. Kuinmrrx No. 61 Keventh street, tw
tween Walnut and Vine, Orrioi liouot 7J4 to
P at.; iMleUI'.JI.Iltett'. 4
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