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Important News From Europe.
The arrival of tbe Eammtnia and Bohtm
Imn, with Lotion detse of tU 4th and 7th,
placea ni In possession of Important informa
tion wrectiBf ' Garibaldi, who leema to be
In possessten of Palermo, and the Neapolitan
' troops on the eva of quitting the city. The
athaslnsm for Oaribaldi Is spreading, andall
- BlcUy appears destined to tail into bis hands,
The Superior Court Dispensation.
It will not be easen
tie! quality of morality is Justice; therefore,
any morality which exhibits itself in injus
tice is sporions, and it is doubtful If any im
morality can be worse than injustice in a
judicial tribunal. The learned say that the
word in the Scriptures, which is translated
"righteousness," means justice; therefore, to
affect righteousness without Justice would be
a contradiction. The Immorality developed in
the case of Stewart vs. Warreu, in the Bit-
perior Court, although lamentable, was, as
Judge Storer stated, scarcely involved in
the question at issue, and hie exaggerated
1 denunciation of the offense of the parties, if
it had any weight at all, could only have had
the effect to Introduce improper consider-
tioni Into the minds of the jury. r , .
' " A woman sued a man for money deposited
with bim. 1'hey had lived as husband and
' wife, six yean, without legal sanction; but,
as she claims, the connection began under
promise of marriage. The man deserted
and she sued for this money, being ber earn
ings a. an actress. She seems also to have
supported him. The Judge declared In his
charge to the jury, that "neither of the par
ties was entitled to any sympathy," that
"such an exhibition of human depravity has
- never been developed in the CourUhonse;
" the moral sense of the community has been
I. it true that thl. 1. the worst exhibition
of human depravity that has ever been made
in the Court-houseT Of all the atrocious crim
inals, hung and unhnng, in this city, can
this Impress the mind of any sane man as the
worst exhibition of depravity T It is an os
tentatious exhibition of the Judge's Indig
nant virtue, very much at the expense of
truth and justice; and injustice ought to be
quite as discreditable to a Judge, as the want
of chastity to a womau ....
By what code of morality is a woman, who
has been robbed, declared not entitled to any
sympathy in a courtof justice, because she has
lapssd from virtue ? which declaration meant
in this case that she was not entitled to
justice, for it could only have had that effect.
Hot the code of the Old Dispensation, cer
tainly, for Solomon judged a case between
two harlots, and decided entirely Upon sym
pathy, and distinguished his judicial wisdom
thereby. Suppose that Judge Storer had
presided in that case: the merits would have
been lost in the Jndges virtne; he would have
declared that "neither of the parties was en
titled to any sympathy" that "neither party
is entitled to the interference of a court in
aid of what is to be regarded not only as an
unlawful, but an immoral act;" that "so far
as there was any demand by this plaintifl
that grew out of this unworthy, Immoral and
illegal connection, i' can not be sustained;"
that "the moral sense of the commuuity lad
been outraged;" and Judge Storer would
have healed it by sending both the women
"up for thirty days," and the child to the
It is not according to the Christian code of
morality, certainly. Christ was" a . person of
nearly as high morality as Judge Storer, but
he did not show it, when the adulterous
woman was brought before him, by declaring
that ' Such an exmbition 01 Human aepravit;
had never been developed," that "The moral
sense of the community had been outraged,"
and that the woman "Was entitled to no
sympathy." Doubtless Judge Stortr would
Lave thought that Christ's way of disposing
of that case showed great looseness of morals
in Him, and the Judge would have bean pre
pared with a basket full of stones, anxious to
begin. As this moral code seems to be unlike
the Bible' or the Christian Dispensation, we
suppose it must be a new revelation.
: We ars aware that the cases are not paral
lei, Inasmuch as Christ was called upon to
Judge the woman . fault; while Judge Storer
was not; it being something outside the
question at issue before the Court, and his
judgment upon it being an exercise of pure
To persons whose moral faculties are not
overthrown by the necessity for exhibiting
their own virtne, the most "outraging" fea
ture in this case, was the msn's desertion ot
a woman who bad lived with him as a wife,
and supported him for six years, and oi
whom the judge bald : " It is very evident
that' the woman must have hud a stroug af
fection for this man, and that she relied on
bim." But the Judge's intemperato dennn
clarions of the immoral flagrancy of the
parties could only injure her, and aid the
man te escape .with her earnings; for the
unly Impression which it woe calculated to
make ou tho jury was, that neither' party
was worthy to come into Court and demand
justice, and, as she was the plaintiff, this
extra-moral view of the case would have deprived
her of ber claim, for the benefit of the
. man whom she bad trusted. This Is the way
that Jude Storer would have vindicated the
morality of an "outraged" community.
The woman alleges a promise of marriage.
Had this been fulfilled the money, would have
become ber husband's, and the could have
made uo legal claim to it. She probably de
posited her money with him In this expecta
tion; and ber claim for it was made because
be deserted her; yet this just judge said "The
jury might well ask themselves whether such
a claim would ever have appeared, unless
separation or some difficulty occurred to in
duce it." 80 it would seem that for 'men
inveigle women out of their money
promise of marriage, la legitimate bus
iness, provided they inveigle them
into an illicit ; cohabitation also. By
.this administration of law Judge Storer
would heal the "outraged moral sense of the
The more we examine 'this "outraged',
moral code, the more we find it unlike any,
either Hebrew or Christian, and the ' more
we find it like that barbarous morality which
exhausts its chief energies In magnifying
woman's loss of chastity into the greatest
of srimee; and which imagines that its virtue
is high in proportion to the condemnation
and penalty which it inflict on a woman',
fault or misfortune. f ,;
The Vacancy in the United States Supreme
The Vacancy in the United States Supreme Court.
It In aaid that Judge Black will be un
pointed to the Supreme Bench hy Presidmtt
Buchanan, in place of Judfre Daniel, of Vir
ginia. He does not irs in me District, ana
As to Judge Black's fitness, we infer from
the column, of the Enquirer tt it regard.
Donglas as one of the greatest men in the I
If that is the case, Judge B.'ack, as I
compared ' with Douglas In the reply to his
Harper article, and in. the subsequent con
troversy, can, not seem to the Enquirer not
lit for the Supreme Bench for want of abil
ity. Hi. unfitness, probably, it on ac
count of his opinion that a Territory can
not exctude slavery. But does not the
Enquirer agree that this is a judi
cial question T And when judicially
decided did not the Ohio Democracy agree to
submit? Whoever is appointed to the va
cancy must have some opinion on this ques
tion. Will the Enquirer make that opinion
a test in his appointment? Then a judicial
question on a great question of popular
power, which a judicial decision is to make
a finality and a part of the Constitution of
the Cnited States, is really a question to be
agitated and decided by politicians in the ap
pointment of Judges, and the Constitution Is
entirely in the power of the President and
Senate. This, really, is bringing round a
Constitutional Oovernment into an oligarchy,
by a very short circuit.
1, But Judge Black's opinions on the power of
Territory over slavery are the same as
Judge Taney and a majority of the Court,
declared In the Dred Scott case; so the En
quirer't objection is equally against the Court.
This certainly does not show that respect for
the Judiciary which the Democracy have re
cently enjoyed, with the seal peculiar to new
converts; nor does it promise a favorable
working of the plan for taking political ques
tions out of political agitation, and making
finalities of them by putting tbem into the
Constitution by a judicial decision.
Bending Fillibuster Twigs.
The New York Independent states th.ut the
Ohio School Commissioner baa ordered for
the. School Libraries six hundred copies of
the Lift ftf' Garibaldi, written hy himself,
and translated by Theodore Dwight.
The Commissioner bos been subjected to
much enlightened criticism in his book se
lections, and we might as well try our baud.
Not long ago it went the rounds of the papers
that he had purchased several hundred copies
of Rev. H. M. Field's Summer Picturti, and
the enlightened journals of this city, and
many provincial ones, innocently spoke of it
an if he had been guilty of the enormity of
buying pictures for the libraries. Such Is the
light and kffbwledge which a free press sheds
abroad In the land I
Garibaldi is either A hero or a bandit, de
pending on his success; either a liberator or
fillibuster, yet to' be ascertained. It is
rather soon to write his life; or perhaps that
of William Walker should precede it in the
school libraries; and some one clso might be
better qualified than he to write an impartial
history of himself. .
The Poor Japanese.
Among the preparation, made for killing
off the Japanese, at New York, by what is
Called with a ghastly facetiousness, "Ameri
can hospitality," the papers state that "Two
pianos, said to be the finest in America, have
been placed in tbe Embassadors rooms, and
two of our best artiste, hare been engaged to
perform on tbem during their stay."
Interesting Account—Origin of the Japanese
Interesting Account—Origin of the Japanese Nation.
The folio wine hi an extract from an arti
cle in the last Atlantic Monthly, on Japan :
rr. : r .1 1. nH T,. atitl : 1 1
IDVUriKm Ul 1U unjnucoc id bumiuiuiicu
in obscurity, and the date of tbe settlement
of the islands is unknown. Tbe boldest
theory Is, that a tribe proceeded thither di
rectly from the land of Shinar, at the divi
sion of the races. In support of thin, the
nurity of the Japanese language, which, In
IH primiuve luru, uvunt vvij sugui. nuiuiy
to any other tongue, and the evidentdissimi-
larity 01 me people 10 muse oi any ouier
Asiatic country, are adduced. The more
general belief is, that the Japanese are an
offshoot of the Mongol family, and that their
emigration to those islands was at so remote
a period that tradition has preserved no re
collection of it. Tbe favorite idea, that the
first settlements were by Chinese, has long
been set aside, except by the Chinese them
selves, whose custom is to claim the origin
of every thing, and who still assume to con
sider Japan as a sort of province under their
The fact is, that, to tbe Japanese, a China
man is tbe most worthless and contemptible
object in Nature. Tbe Chinese have, how
ever, a fanciful legend in which they find an
irresistible argument upon their side of the
question. A certain Emperor, they say,
seeking to prolong his life, demanded of the
court physician an elixir of immortality.
The physician modestly declared his iguo-
ranee of any such preparation, but, after re-
: - : :a V. ; .. t :nniw:nn ,uA ina.
ceiving a significant hint, involving the loss
of bis head, recollected himseli, and ac
knowledged that an herb of immortality did
certainly exist, but that its delicacy was so
rare, it could be properly called only by the
most chaste hands. He thus succeeded in
securing three hundred brave young men,
and the same number of virtuous young
women, whose twelve hundred chaste hands
were at once consecrated to tbe plucking of
tbe magical plant, which was declared to
grow only in the islauds of the sea. Once
out of the Emperor's reach, all thought of the
particular duty in nano was lnsumuy unoi
Uhed, and superseded by a successful effort
to establish anew nation, which, in time, re
solved itself into Japan.
The Poor Japanese and their Persecutions.
and New York was never more amusingly
apparent than row. Tbe Japanese Embassy
is the bone of contention. New York
pouty because they were not permitted
visit that city first. The reporters for
the New . York . papers, who attend on
their movements, unite in representing tbe
reception of the Orientals in Baltimore and
Philadelphia, as disgusting in the extreme
tbe Jananese. Thev were worried and bored
by the tedium of the receptions given them
lusoltea Dy oiacxguasas, irignwnea oy moos
distressed by the peering and unrestrained
curiosity of the ladies, and generally ex
hausted by the brawls, fights, quasi-riots,
Jeers, jokes, and jests of the Baltimore and
Philadelphia rabble. . .,
They were allowed no peace by day and
quiet by night. Taking the New York ac
count, it is a wonder that tbe entire Em
bassy is not in the hands of the undertakers.
Philadelphia papers will repay this malici
ciousness with interest, when the Embassy
visit Gotham. Their temper is sufficiently
acrid already, and we may look for racy
report, of the doings in New York.' As
preclude, tbe following from tbe Philadelphia
Statin i sufficiently pugnent!
" It is fortunate for tbe Japanese and
this country that they did not first visit New
York, for they would have been so disgusted
that they would never hava ventured
further, and would have gone home with
shocking Impression ot American barbarism.
By visiting; other citle. first, they have
some idea of oar progress in civilization;
and if tbey hava been exposed to rudeness,
it will the better prepare tbem for tbe brutal
ities they will suffer when they reach New
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Sunday Evening's Dispatches.
XXXVIth CONGRESS—FIRST SESSION.
XXXVIth CONGRESS—FIRST SESSION. [Conclusion of Saturday's House Proceedings.]
XXXVIth CONGRESS—FIRST SESSION. [Conclusion of Saturday's House Proceedings.] WASHINGTON, June 17.
AnM W M. -a . nun his
HUUDtJir. einwn ! ".tT
derson severally addressed the House in sup
nation. port of their respective petitions. .
, Mr. Stratton me taoUoe that' be 1 would
lUmnnri a nt nn MnndaV at one o'clock.
The House then went Into Committee of
the Whole on the state of the unioa,
. Mr. Loomis made a speech against the first
The House then, at four o'clock P. M.,
took a recess till seven 0 clock.
type plates ready,
1 ne senate s ar
The House reassembled at seven P. M. The
Senate's amendment was adopted, providing
that the extra documents ordered by the
Rmim tint, alra-arlv prnrnted. shall be Printed
hv tha HnnH Printer, but nothing shall be
allowed for composing, when the same doc
ument has been hral ordered to oe priniea uy
Mr. Sherman said this was to facilitate the
wrintino nf the three hundred thousand
copies of the Agricultural Report ordered by
Mr. Phelps and Mr. Pendleton severally
said mat the senate rrinter, unacr me ibw.
was entitled to the lob.
Mr. Maynard remarked that it was nothing
more than to give printing plunder belong
ing to the Senate Printer to the House
Printer, and that the former would have just
claims for damagos against the Oovernment.
it was ram dv several eentiemen, mat iuc
Senate Printer cau print all the copies wanted
in thlrtv davs. and that he is only waiting
for the order to print them, having thestereo-
amendment to the $21,000,000
loan bill was read.
Mr. Millson remarked that Mr. Sherman
had recently complained, that the Senate hud
added $8,000,000 in amendments to one of the
appropriation bills, and bad provided no
means for tbe payment of the same. The
proposition now before them was an anBweir
to that complaint. They were not now pre
pared, however, the House not being full,
to act on a measure of this magnitude.
Mr. Sheiman replied that they had now
reached the real difficulty of the season.
They should stand firm and not allow the
Senate palpably to violate the Constitution,
for all revenue measures must originate in
the House. The proposition pending was a
revenue mil in tne most onensive lorm.
Mr.- Millson said that such a proposition
was never held to be a revenue measure. It
did not, however, originate In the Senate but
In the House itself, and was proposed by the
senate as an amenament.
Aftr further debate Mr. Montgomery of
fered an amendment to revise the Taritt
Act of 1843, which was ruled out of order.
The loan amendment was disagreed to aud
the House adjourned.
Baltimore. Juno 16. The city is rapidly
filling up. The Douglas and Anti-Douglas
iceimg 19 iuu3UBiueu 1U uppuBibiuu BIUU9 IUC
unarieston convention, several warm con.
troversies, nearly leading to personal col
lisions, have already been had between
prominent men on the several sides.
The Douglas men calculate on an increased
vote for him at all events on the third or
fourth ballot, and it seems certain they will
nold their own on the earliest ballot.
A notice posted at the hotels stating
that delegations desiring admission, to the
hall of the Convention will apply to Caleb
Cashing to-morrow, renders it absolutely
certain that Mr. Cushlng has decided to take
the power ot issuing cards into his own
hands, and will give admission to the seced
The Douglas men having one hundred and
ntly-two voles, wmcn is a good majority
over all that will be in the Convention, il
Cushing's platform is carried out, designed
introducing a resolution, biuding all the dol
ccrates present takintr part In tbe proceedincF
to abide by the action of the Convention and
aunnort its nominee. It on the adoption ol
this resolution, the weeding delegates again
retire, such States as send new delegates will
If the seceders remain in denying the right
ot tne majority to Dino tueir action, men
the contestants from Louisiana, Georgia
and Alabama will apply for a hearing, and
an effort will be mode to admit them.
The main difficulty' in carrying out this
programme appears now to be tie vote of
New York. Mr. Corning and others are un
dcrstood to oppose the resolution binding
the action of the delegates present, and u
vote in the delegation on this point will be
very close; Indeed, probably thirty-seven to
thirty-three, if it should not be beaten.
It Is now evident that not less than 20,000
strangers will be present. The trains on
-Monday morning will bring vast accessions
to tbe number already here. It is confidently
expected that whatever the programme may
be by which the result is reached, that Dou
glas will be nominated, and that the greater
portion of the South will put an opposition
ticket in tbe field. Rumor points to tbe
Hon. Caleb Cushing as the nominee for the
South for President, with the Hon. Jeff. Davis
for Vice-President, on tbe ground that tbe
nomination for the Presidency Is immaterial;
but that the Vice-President i. important in
the event of the election going to the Senate.
Tbe Committee will meet at 10 o'clock Mon
Overland Mail News.
Mail-coach, with San Francisco advices to
May 28, arrived here at half-past seven o'clock
I tnis evening.
I .Qam Praturu
O T f TLf..., OO TJ, Tnnv 17-nwui
with St. Louis dates to Hav 20. is due at Car
son Valley tbis morning, bnt on account of
Indian hostilities on tne route, tor two Hun
dred miles beyond that point, it is feared the
eznraas has been cut off. The last exoress
lelt her on Friday, the 25th, but we are not
yet advised whether it passed the dangerous
pari Of tne route on lia way eaaiwaru.
During nearly all of the past week it has
The accounts from Carson Valley, up
the 27th, represent that about 1,500 Indians
ramain in tha vicinitv of Pyramid Lake, and
that 600 hunters, under Col. Hays, and 200
United States troops, under Capt. Stewart,
had gone out to attack them in front and
We are, therefore, in hourly expectation of
another oat tie.
Vrrlra- Mau 25. A letter received from
Little Shasta River, dated 25th, confirms the
rumor of Indian difficulties on battle lreeK,
and says that the Indians have commenced
Un.lliiAA Im nfnA .B.n.ll v .
From tha Dally Evening Bulletin, Way IS.
W. W. Finnev. the atrent of the Pony Ex-
n,Mi nallad unon us this morninflr. and ffave
us some sad new. respecting the perilous
condition ot that enterprise, lie naa just
received a teleirrannic disuatcn irotn uarson
City, which states that the station at Simpson
Bank was burned on Monday last, and
that tbe station-keeper and all the animals
are missing. Tbe dispatch further inform.
Mr. Finney that tbe man who cams with tha
laat exnreas from Reese River, was forced
by fear of the Indians, to lie by for 36 hours
at Smith Creek Station, otherwise the ex-
firess would have arrived at Carson City
ess than six days, and though tha express
here on the 18tb. bad duly started
on the perilous journey, there was doubt
to who would be the succeeding expressman
with tha letters which lelt here yesterday,
.There were on the road, iournevinet to
ward California, at least 600 or TOO emt
irrantg. with their wairoos and stock, who
would all victims to the eruelty and rapacity
of tbe savages.
Destructive Hall Storm.
Alsaiy, June IT. A terrific hall storm
naasnit over this citv this P. M.at five o'clock,
fnaiinir half an hour, doino: ere at damase
property; the streets submerged, houses
trees .Uipped of limbs, and gardens
entirely oesiroyeu. AiiawwuussiuiBiwi,
house tell ia severely injuring a man named
Morganotn ana tnree oiur.
LATER FROM EUROPE.
ARRIVAL OF THE BOHEMIAN.
Fabtbs PomvJune 17. The JSoneman, ,
Liverpool on the 6th and Londonderry
fin, piWSWl UVJI V vuim vuuiii4
The delay to the Great Eatttrn Is con
Later Sicilian dispatches indicate that the
statement as to the capitulation is ouiy
partly correct. -
Advices from Naples of the 3d state that
Kina refused the-coaditibn of capitula
tion, andhostllitleS recommenced at noon.
A dispatch from Tflnn announces a re
newal of the bombardment. . Palermo was
barricaded, and apart of the royal troops
surrounded by the Insurgents. .
A later telegram, dated Palermo, on the
evening of the 3d, pronounces the bombard
ment not reneweu. ine rmom;o who tou
Garibaldi continues master oi tuo town,
but the ports were occupied by the Noapoll-
tans, i ne capuuiuuuu ..w. ....... .
but the Neapolitans continued. i,ctien trom
the French squadron say Ibe armistice Is to
last until the 6th. Garibaldi was forced to I
an rmtatin, fnr the want of ammuiii- I
lion. Messina Is quite deserted. Enthusiasm
for Garibaldi was spreading. The P eapolitnn
troops were becoming more and more affected
Ti rlrnrv In Hlcllv are preaching a cru
sade against the Neapolitans. It is stated
that Signor Carafay, in a note, demanded a
guarantee for the territory of Sicily, and
called for the intervention of the maritime
Piedmont protested against any interven
tion and it in renrencntcd that an application
to Napoleon received an immediate negotia
tion. Many officers of the Sardinian Army
OOtainea Ulscuurgea wium yuiiwim.
Naplet, June 5. A dispatcn oi me aa says
that four thousand Insurgents, having sev
eral pieces of cannon, attacked Catania on the
1st, and were badly repulsed aftor a combat
of eight hours. The insurgents were dis-
i , , . 1 4 , ..-ft a mi
persea, losing lurcc kuud - ft
The city was since declared in a state of siege.
The Neapolitan Minister at Home summoned
to Naples, reporteu to oe eniruswa im iuc
formation nt a new ministry.
Londonderry, June 1P. M. The steamer
Fulton arrived at Cowcs to-day. Cotton sales
of the two days were 16,000 bales, Including
4,000 bales to speculators closing . dull.
Breadstuffs Flour dull. Wheat has an up
ward tendency. Corn dull. Provisions dull
Liverpool Cotton Market. Sales of three
days, Including Tuesday, 12,000, 'of which
4,000 were taken oy speculators ana eajjon-
ers. The market ciosea wun a aecumng
tendency and quotations were barely main
tained. The inferior qualities were very Ir
regular. Middling Orleans had declined 6H
G 3-16. The Manchester advices are favor
able. Market quiet but steady, holders re
fusing to make any commission. .
Liverpool Breadntvfi Market. It is re
ported that the weather is very wet and un-
asking; an advance. beat firm, with better
demand, and 2c. liigher: sales of red at
10s.3d.108.10d.; wnue at iiB.tajiiis.ia. vjorn
very ami; saies oi yeuuw w. oo.ou.tto..
wh te at 3Ds.ftS36s.6d. Beet Beavy, ana
quotations nominal. Pork Arm, but prices
nominal. Lard firm at 5759s. 'lallow doll
and unchanged, at 63s.6d. Rosin steady,
at 46d.- for common. Spirits Turpentine
steadv at 33s.6d.S)34s. Sugar dull. Cofl'ee
nlllAt. RlPA RtflfljlV.
London Market. Wheat advanced l3s.
Flour advanced slightly. Sugar steady.
Coffee firm. Tea very firm. Rice firm.
Tallow-firm at 52S3s. Pig Iron dull at 69s.
ARRIVAL OF THF HAMMONIA.
Nkw York. Jnna IT. The steamer Ham-
monia arrived to-day, bringing London paper?
of June 4, hut nothing later from Liverpool
than tne Aiaqarai advices, sue naviug leu
Southamoton immediately on arrival of tbe
early morning train from London.
Advices trom Sicily announce mat tne Nea
politan army Had cupitulAted to uarioaiai
The articles which wero signed on board the
biiza anu ixarinaiai nna me revolutionary
Committee stipulate that the Neapolitan army.
ZDjUUO Strong, suouia qun raumo witu sui
honors of war, and embark with their mate
rial on board the Neapolitan squadron. The
evacuation was to commence June 4.
A most terriblo and desperate fight, in
which many women participated, Jiad oc
curred previously at the Stradi Toledo,
between Oaribaldi and the Neapolitans,
which resulted in the repelling of the latter,
and immediate commencement of the bom
bardment from the Neapolitan squadron.
The above news reached Paris June 2, and
was fully confirmed by other dispatches re
ceived next day.
The London Timet says Garibaldi is now
master of this island. It is asserted that
Signor Carafay had demanded a guarantee
for the territory of tbe two Sicilies' and also
intervention of maritime power. Piedmont
also asserted to protest against interven
Letters from Naples of the 28th state that
grand manifestations had taken place there
.k .l,n,, t "Kmmnnnol " "florilinlHi
Sicily." The town of Aungento had risen;
Mitcellaneout. Reliable intelligence from
Constantinople assert that the French and
Russian Embassador, bad officially informed
the Porte that their Governments approve
its resolution to institute inquiries itself into
the situations of Christians in Turkey.. The
Emperor and Empress of France have had
an interview at Lyons with the Dowager Em
press or Kussia. ine neaim oi rrince Je
rome is improving.
nil. t". i ti .da-. . . I...
xne nagiisn rosiuuico tcini tuicu, unvo
notified the Gslwav Steamship Line that their
service will commence on the 2tith, from
Galway to New' York, 10th of July,
Boston, ana so on, every second auesuay.
. A letter to the London Timet says : By the
terms of capitulation at Palermo, the Neapo
litan troops were to land either at Messina
or Naples without molestation.
The cessation of the carnage at Naples
due to the intervention of the English and
Palermo bad suffered severely from
bombardment, and tbe loss of life was very
great oh both sides.
Later from Arizona and New Mexico.
correspondent of the Republican says that
Indian depredations continue in inai part
the Territory. The Apaches ran off the en
tire herd belonging to the banta Rita silver
.tuning uoinpany, on we mgnioi inn iniu
May. There was a fine prospect of an abun.
dant harvest in the Territory.
The Iew Moxican correspondent ot
Revublican save that the Arapnahoe and Chey
enne Indians were making war on tbe citi
zens in the vicinity of Los Conegoes. Sev
eral ljves had already been lost on
Tbe Committee appointed to raise funds
for a marble statue to Hon. Tbos. H. Benton,
have obtained the desired amount, $10,000,
and have awarded tbe work to Miss Hosmer.
tinues to swell slowly at this point,
luiiy 11 teetto ualro.
The Illinois is netting low. Tbe Upper
Mississippi is still risinir, with an excellent
stage ot water to all points. The Missouri
also swelling rapidly rrotn the effect of
UJUUUUtlU rilHJj WOICD w rciJuucu vuuiiusi
down the Platte. Weather alternately
and cloudy, uiid warm. '
Looisvii i B. June 17 P. M. River
slowly, with five feet six inctres in the canal.
Weatuer clear. Alercury 7U",
New York, June 17. Tbe official reception
of the Japanese Embassy, by the Mayor
Uouncils, takes place at oalt-past oca
Tbe Seventh Regiment parades
as a guard -of honor to the Japanese.
Morgan and staff attend by Invitation, .
Comoord, N. H., June 17.
Burke writes from Washington to a
here as follows:' "Every Cody expect
smash up at Baltimore. There will be
candidates, and one a Southern man.!'
rn.n nr.. Rmmi 1. PnnABB TO CoKSUti
Bahstow. The Florence correspondent of
Newark Advvrtieer says that the report
implicating the American Consul, Mr. bar
stow, as an accomplice of the Neapolitans in
' . r.ftlM. fpnm American
,,,1 ln th, narbor, proves to be
erroneous. He was applied to oy tne pom;"
Interfere ln it behalf, but positively ae-
clined. as a thing wholly foreign to Uis
official duties. The man was surrendered by I
the captain on his own responsibility.
....v t . . , mi
twenty-nve minuies, anu, "'VVi,.
pleted bis repast, offered to bet 10 to 0 mat
bo could eat anotner nunureu,
A Modkl Govsrhor. Hon.
TnnaisLC KamoiDBlx TfKMessi. Char
ley Hnley, who lives about two miles north
east of Columbus. Tenn., was attacked on
Sunday morning by his son, who was armed
ui. .n nil horribly cut uo and man
gled. Mr. Haley is not dead, but lies in a
very critical situation, having nearly bled to
doath before he was discovered.
A GaAt Clam Conscnsit-Tlie Batavla
(N. Y.l Atlvocatt alleges that a man in iuv
town, a suon lime aiuco, " .'7
.n.t ihnw fltmi of averaee sue, within
Stewart, Governor of Missouri, afflicted with
unfortunate habit?, went on a bender laat
week, In the course of which he bad a fight
with a lusty German In a lager-beer shop.
His Excellency retired from the conflict
mr Clothes wnoTaUd and repaired, US W. Sixth.
SMT Clothing noatd and repaired, W K. Third.
(MrCAaruiTia'i chp Pictures, 80 Fifth-street.
Picroais fur tu eout. Johnson's Gallery,
Ninth and Main. ! .
mr A. A. Brarxa, Clocks, Watches and JvWaVrr,
Nos. MS and 171 Western-row.
isW ArriMATi's mammoth Oallerr, corner rinh
anfl nain. mara me pian. v -
OWKxamlne the Photographs at Apm-ioats's,
corner Fifth and Mala. Mark the place. JeS-f
srWRcmember that J. P. Bail's Gi .lerr In one of I
the flneet In the city. Call at 30 West Fourth -etreet,
SWThe flnent, largmt and heet-arraiiged Picture
Gallery on Klfth-etreet Ik Cowan's, 2S Wont Fifth-treot.
WALBH. Sundar morning, June IT. at o'clock,
nf chronlo pcunionla. Johu, youngeet eon of Mi
chael and Margaret Walh, aged two roare and
eleven month. . ,
The funeral will take plice from No. M Harrison
trcet, to-dar, at 3 o'clock P. St.
WIUOLESWOBTH.-fn Newport, Kt.. en bar
flfleenlli birthday, on Bundy, June 17. of typhoid
fever, Mary 8unn. nld. it danuhter of Elizabeth and
M. 8. WiKgUworth, deceased. '
Th. fiii..t-nl will tnk nlacft thlB IBOmlnf at 9
I tt,. Friendeof the family are luTltod to atknd
without further aotlce.
The departure of thla fair girl from tho loenei she
was so well Qualified to adorn mutt shadow th louls
of all who enjoyed tbe pleasure of her society. She
possessed qualities that endeared her to all, and the
love of many will be converted Into sacred mem
ories, to watch and weep above her tomb.
SOMETHING NEW, PRACTICAL AND
' 0- A fine, soft Felt Hat, for Bummer, so r n-
iictlt vkstilatep a. to admit a free circulation of
air all around the head, and so constructed as to pre
vent the oil and perspiration of the hoad from com
-ng ln contact with the hat.
They will repay the attention of all who Ilka a
comfortable hat. DODD Oi CO.,
JelT-e - 144 Msin-.t., below Fourth.
the purnuee of organlxnig a Lincoln CluL
jeis-a . jutlJl J. HUuaftJi,
I -tTHE FUN
I jK)5Va s'cloc'C'
i .trotner, ua
UNERAL OF JOnN FtJL.
will take place THIS AKI'BK-
frotn tho residence or nis
Capt. rWm. F. Fuller, 28 Sovaoth-st.
of the family are Invited to attend. a
iiteonth Ward, who are ln favor of the election of
Lincoln ana liatnnu, are requeeieo. io meet ai ire
man's Hall, THIS (Monday) EVEMKU, 18th, for
-sSEVENTEKrTlI WAR P.
SOST 'lOLN CLl'B.-The clttrens ofth
a--i NOVEL HODA FOUNTAIN,
SWar "i. ii. pa Itlt S. Fourth and Walnut.
(trout, drawing ten different Bynips and the 8oda
from two faucets, all as cold as the ics iTHfxr.
The Syrups, being packod in ice with the Soda, are
kAttt Mnnnllv nolrt. and am nrntacLefi from tha flies
We claim that it is the purest and coldest Soda in
tne worm. mru-aui-euu
s--lftnX MITCH KLi. THE
aVOHfc BltATED Irish Exllo and 1'utrlot,
WawOfc DltAifiU iriBU ftAIW HIIU I Ulliut, win
lectin at MftlodooD Hall, on MONDAY NIGHT, lSih
Inst. Subject, "The Agony of bluropo." AjNirtfrom
Mr. Mltcnoirs rt'iiowu, this locture i pronounced
by the prew one of the most mftgDiAcvut and learned
diftcourimi aver delivered before to American audi
enoo. Those whowlih to see Europe as she Is, and
on demand the secret ipnufrs oy wmcn us rulers
aro mored, should not fail to hear Mr. Mitchell.
Anothor opportunity may never be offered to thecit
uens oi tiucinu
to eight o'clock,
lens of Cincinnati. Locture commences at quarter
Ticket or auwiiM.cn rwouty-nve
f-PERFtJMERY.- FOR FINE CO-
8K35rLOUE WAXlwlt, either by the quart, or
elcgnutly put up iu bottles, call at the Fourth-street
PALME It'S SOAP DENTRIF1CB
1 composed of Soap and other articles well known
fcr the'r beneficial action upou tho teeth and gums,
Ucoutalns uo article that can possibly Injuro the
teeth, and can consequently be used with perfect im
punity by parsons of all axes.
BOLON PALMER, ,
Manufacturer and Imnorttrr of Perfumery,
Je7 Mo. 3tt.yst Fourth -street.
-3KENNEDTH MKDIOAIj DIHCOT-
svxa jlui is acKoowieagiMi uytns most eminent
physiTiAns. and by the most careful druggists
hronghout the United States, to be the "most effec
tual blood-purifier ever known, and to have relieved
moro nuHo ring, and d fleeted more permanent cures,
ihan any preparation known to the profession. Bcrof.
ula. Bait Rheum. Ervsinelas. Bcald-hf ad-iVal ICrun.
tlons of whatsoever nature, are cured by a few bottles,
and the system restored to full strength and vigor.
Full and explicit directions for the euro of ulcerated
tore Ion and other corrupt and running ulcers. Is
(liven liithe pamphlet with each bottle. For sale by
n.nin n. rAinv. Diiint,, r.i tvo&ifl w.t ana
GKOROK M. DIXOW. Prloe$l. seplfr-ay
ataWEST-EN0 AND BRIGHTON
ssn. liiHK. urrics
Cincinnati Btiiket Hail-
aOAD tJOMPANY, Ctucluuatl,
May 19, 1860.-The Uurs of.
this Gompsny win leave the corner of Fourth and
Vine.street., for the junction of nnian.etruet aud
Central-avenue (or Hamllt.in.road), every six mtu.
ntos, commencing at 6 A. M., aud continuing until
Hi P. M., sud thereafter every fllteeu mluutus, until
11:45 P.M. An extra Car will run on Ninth -street.
06 1 ween rreoniau aim ijinu-streout, ior tne accuiu
Q.udatlouuf thime wUhing to make tbo circuit by
Ninth and Frtjemsn-s treats.
Passenirers will be earlier! from the corner
Fourth and VIdo, to auy point west of Hound, on
Niuth-aireM, fur one rABiv, or from any point west
Mound, od Seven tlist rest to the corner of Fourth
and Vine, for omr vase; or frem any point sonth
Ninth, on Walnut-street, to auy point short of the
teriniuus of the lload, on Freeman-street, for on
rAXs; or iron, cue corner oi rminnanu vine, many
point oa Linn-street, uorth of Liberty, for one rAhr;
or from Freeman-street, at any point north of iilb
erty, to the corner of Fourth and Vino-streets,
onbVare. . J. L V ATT IE It,
-W. r. DUNCAN. DENT
and fctin, tnasrta Artltlelnl feetb In all the QffKrfJ
ditfcront stylus Jiow oraoticsd. Persons In
want of Tostb cua Uavo tUelr wishes fully met
all onsratlons In Dentistry psrformad. myMaiu
Read, all who wish to get Rich I
a BOOK,, CONTAINING 'INST It UO-
A Tlua now tomaae a loruiu. iu a low rnuntus,
will be sent to any and all persons, on receipt
their correct address aud twenty cents In postage
stamps. Address J. P. DC LYSI.E, Agent,
jeUr-tf llox Clniiiuuatl, Ohio.
VBW GOODM.-JTAT ItKCEITED.19
a.m aufton iidstu ooicn ursusa juiirmiLisiiii.
I sals, wholesale kind rvti.il, br
00 and branch 940 West FuurtLat
DOZBN POTS EXTRA RKPINBD
A3 british labia Bait. For sule, wholesale
AH and Brsnoh A4lt W .i Foortbst.
1 sfk CAHEH LE A eV Pit R RIN'8 WllltdEM.
aw I tUBUlus. Banco.
For aula, whuluulu
a. ait'impA uu l ru.
and Rvannh M lit Wt Vnvi.th-eS
Kfa DOZEN A88ORTBD
9W keata: Anchovv. Hlirlmn anil
Bloater Fastes 1 Potted Bam', flambro Beef,
Fur sals, wholesale and retail by
' A. Hi B05AIV t co.;
iUI '8 aad BraSoa 4Aa Weat fowtfe-si,
nf T A XTH Jf
iJUAJXl-Al XJ Sto
- sn nnn r-rs I
mrjrr . "WT' a - ' 1 :
WeSt Jt? OlirX-IX-Wtee I
! ., Have Jmt relitd t
LARGB INTOICKH OF
BOUGHT AT ' .
28 PER CENT. tOSS ''
TO TUBS IMPOHTKH,
Whka thr will offer at stroaMlr
AT 37 UECTSh
JJ A R E G E
AT e37.,t vnnio.
SUPERIOR BLACK SILKS,
A LABO A860UTHINI OF I . 1
AT CENTS PER YARD, j
Five and Seven-Flounced
Iinae 3VE nntlllevsj,
In IjINKN SHEETINGS, IRT8II tINEN8, DAM
A8K8, and HOllttEKEEPINQ OOOD8
10-4 FINK LINEN BUKETINO at 79c.
A superior Assortment of BLACK t, AC POINTS
ana si a ulusd, . -
TILLAS, FANS, Ac, for Opera Uae.
1ADIKS' AND MISSES' .'
DELANO & GOSSAGE,
NO. .4 WEST FOURTH-STREET.
I )ei7-u 1 .
Do You Want
ADVERTISE IN THE
RECEIVED PER HTEAMER
I feet J.auMM4 nev. wuar, au v muv
rS.000 feet T.nn.
at very i"
A.MIA Cedar Fence Posts: .
'4,00(1 Locust Fonce Posts:
An tta Yt rAtsi'irtcr AaAi-ii.it
' Orders for Cedar Boards, Joists, Posts, Flooring,
etc., dliea at snort notice.
loo.oou ft. acas'd IX and 3 In. 1st oora. Pine Lumber
100,000 it. seas a l, I ?, a ana s in. oiear uo. aw. ,.
50UK) It. second ana third common do. do. ;
600,000 tt. Pine, Poplar, Oak aud Hemlock Joists and
All well seasoned, and will be told low for cash, Off
on short time, to make room for new stock, by
Thos. W. Farrln & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Lumber Dealers,
W Yard on Freeman street, opposite
and next to 0., H. and I. B. B. Depot.
W esleyan Female College.
THE ANNUAL EXAMINATION AND
fjommencement Exercises of this Collefe will
take place as follows: Kxamtnatlona of classes at
tbe College on Vine street, beginning on Wednesday
June ia. at 10 o'olock A. M.. and con tl line each dev.
from o'clock A. M. to IH o'clock P. M ., on Thurs
day, rlday, uonday, Tuesday and weuuesijajr rol-
low! n jr.
ine ijommencement luxerciees are: junior axni
bition on Tuesday, June IV at i o clock r. Ai. ; Ad-
! graduating class on Wednesday
evenings, beginning at 7m o clock.
dres before the Lyceum by Rev, Kingston Ooddard
ii. v., luesuay evening, June iv; exercises oi ine
All these latter
In Won lev ChfiDol. north aide of Fiftb-at.. between
Sycamore and Broadway.
Anniversary Exercise of the Alumnss on Friday
the 23d, at tho College.
jei3-oW,F,M ' KOBKRT ALLTN, President.
TO BE GIVEN IT FIDElilT x I.QDGE,
No. 71, I. 0. O. on the staamer. CHAM
I'lON No. 3. at Parlor Grove, on FKIDA Y. June 22.
IsoO. Tickets can le bad of the following: commit
tee and at the boat! Wm. wallaoe, T. Walters, H.
W. Gasa. H. Ulark, John Schroder, J. Ullbert, 0.
Crary: J. H. Alrhart. Chief; Andrew Matthewa.
AsalstantChler JOHN T. WALKKHH. Beo'r.
ine Dual will leay me iooi 01 waini i-.i. ai
o'clock ifopt of Westera-low at IH o'clock, and
we.l . in, il hi ,u mm.
Hiulc by sicnter s luruet and Btrlnt Band
Tickets $1, admittim gentleman an.
Cincinnati Academy of Design.
ESTABLISHED BY THE LATE PROF. R. CONNER,
SeoilnsJT Building, 8. W. cor. Sersnth and Mound.
fTWB ACADEMY CLOSED FOft
JL bummer on Saturday. June lfi. and will
next Aiuuiou. iue nonce win previously oe given.
Instruction eiveu In Oil Painttiijr, Pencil xrawlDg,
Crayoning, Perspective, Ac., as heretofore.
W. W. RICUAHDI40N,
JelT-b ' Principal.
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative,
A HACK, BAST AND KFFBCTTJAIi
euro for Hummer Complaint, Piarrhea, fluxi
Ao. Tweuty-flve cents per hi.ltls. ., .
01SO. M. DIXON, Dniftgllt,
jelV-aw N. K. corner Klftii and Mutn-straata.
Price's English Glycerine. .;;
IN l.LB. BOTTLES RB
D and lor Bale bv
. GEO. H. DIXON, Snmglst,
N. K. corner Fifth aud Main-streets.
Pure Catawba Wine Pore Ca
OK CHOIOB qnAlilTY-POIt 8A1.K
bottles aud oamijolius. by
CEO. M. DIXON. Drnadst.
jelT-aw N. E. corner of Fifth and'Main-streeta.
. , Blaokbdrry Cordial. ,
TOLApKBERRY CORDIAL; BLACK.
MM BKIlltY ilrandy. For salu by
tiDWA KD HuAN LAN a Co., Drufflsts,
Northeast corner of Fourtb and Halu-strveis.
HAFB AND, PLEASANT REMEDY
1'inmici, w ii
Black Cherry Juice,
. - ri..i... f ... j...
EDWAKD BOANLAN 00.. Drngaists. '
Mortu-east corner Fonrth and Ualu-aUeets.
Tjel7-Cj .. ..
Oil for Sewing MaohiQes.
RPSSH AIT. pnvpiffpn
rUEKHLV I. ,r Vl.lnu mni n,T
machinery, constantly in hand. . .
eiiwAKU 8CANLKN A CO., Druggists, .
North-east coruer Fourth and Uaia-sireets.
1 mm large Coat'b Shells, au
Another great lot of
ze Cm, Ii Bli.il. aullable for the decoration
Osrdens. and Family Orsvts, at WILLIAM CAU-I
Tr K 8 Houao Furuhhlug Depot, 34 East I Ifth
i ao auu ii shut tttua. tmt., main aua ayoauusw,
TO YORK AUCTION GOODS.
CRlilER S SECOND Pl'RCIIASE.
w rDlfll.ER. n. V
p,rl nl .K)Minor-"
W. CORNER OF
DM .Mill raiarnrti
Nw Vat with an entlr. n.w itoek. Mrcliawd
gjgsr :s. im,iJ&&tm &
ekwwnm TiTttotrs mtKA.
; B(. K AND SAUCY BILKS,
' BAHBUB AND BARkQ" ROBRH,
. I1AWN8 AND BBfcLMANTS.
BtlillanU BaBaie,wth cents a rajjl, will
umm lor MM. Al,a Urg U of Hml.rr
fh Wholiai Trad Is rwinMt4 to call, If ther
1 . TT . U-' I , I .IV. I ' J WHUUi
ANYTHING TO SELL?
ADVERTISE ITU, THE
' Arch Bridges
AND CORRUGATED IRON ROOFS,
(ARCHED AND FLAT,) '
AR B AH CHEAP AS WOOD. SSD OUK.
Is capable of supplying any de-
"? orrogated Iron Sheets eonrtaatly on hand, of all
lies, painted and ready for shipment, with full in
structions for applying them.
Leave omen ai DO v,i Arl"''
leis-ayfaw .. . IHOelELT cV CO.
The Great Western Patent Combined
JTR WOOD OR CO AL-THB MOHT
a ' ...nnnl.ni fstnnmlrftl snd durable Couktna:
Stove ever Invented for steamboats, hotels, restau
rant., boarding and private houses ; and for cooking
and boiling water for wash or bath rooms in large
Quantities, ln any adjoining apartment, by the same
I are. . H. V. UAKKIMUHH, manuTActurer,
Wars-rooms 92- Walnut-st.
At Metropolitan Grove,
PATsHCK. 8 K. 0. B. SoOfllTT have mada
all the" tmejerssary arrangements to make the above
nit.ii ffranrlMt Cattail nf tllft IMMin. Tha Dleamre-
boaU CHAMPION Moa. 3 and 4 an 4 tha beautiful
steamboat MARS art. chartered
.nri win imM.vm turn wa nni4i.
A. M., and land at the foot c
vwMrm sjHII twll e.t Lltharbnrvs Lend In. Ful
ton, to tke oo the excursionists residing a that
ana an ma neeiuiirui
rtered Jot tbe occasion,
it. LaadTbi at at 7 o'clock
it of Fifth-it., colnc and
. Hv Milar of Oommsttee of Arran fern en ts.
. Jeh-c VVM. OKOQHEQAN, Becretary.
CINCINNATI GIFT BOOKSTORE!
NO. 91 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
(Carlisle Bnlldlnf , np stairs.)
nOOKS IN EVERV DEPARTMENT OF
MM Lltvraturet Ultles, AHiunu. a-c.some In ele.
gaut blndinas, sullabls for praeenu all of which
Mill tw. ...irf at aa low nrlees as ther can be obtained
elsewhere, aud ffift W.ach purchaser inoluded.
Call and examlua our stock! whether rou wish to
Broaders Ac Co.
. ' QelXmood
ADVERTISE IN THE
7 1,1, PERSONS WISHING TO KNOW
I iV lli.lr future nrospocta can hare them oorrsctlr
Fortune-telling and Phrenology.
stated by Madame ALWIN, at 16'A Fourth -street.
cerner of Elm. wlisra she mr be oonsultea on ell
us t tors concsrniur love, marrlsge. oourtshlp, livr
mstters. business affairs, and will tell the name of
the led or gentleman thr will marry ( also the
i ol tuo.r ruitors. jsu-o
pRAND GALA PAY. - REN!
IJT Oouipauv M. fLYINU AIlTlLl.tll)
f ive a grand Picnic on TUKbPAi June
8. fur Eli e bsueflt of the Harrison Honu.
i nutnt. The niAiuvMn hafe iuiuIm all the
arrangements to make this tbe Picnic of
tne season, uome one, come an. ticksib io oe naa
of tbe managsra and at the boat. Tickets, admit
ting gentleman ana lauite, oraer oi uow
i ajlftos of Arraugemeuts. Jele-c
J an Kxecutiun to me dTreci
BY yiRTUB 09
IS4, 1 '
will sell on
MONDAY, the 23th day af June, IHftO, at ten o'clock
A.M.. la flis M iami Canal, at the Elm-street Brtdtfe,
is follewlna aoods aud chattels to. wit: The Canal-
boat Colons! tiaona, her apparel and furniture.
uixter tke wter-n .aw( at tne suit or J.
JOSEPH DURRKLL, Constable.
The Fair for the Schools of
the Bisters of Charity,
A T THE OnD.FF.LI.OWS' HALL, COV
im.INUION, Ky., will open on MO.SDAY, jiiua
18, and eoutlnue epca Iu the afternoon ai'd evening
for a week or ten days. jsLS-f
t Franconl's Biding School ,
undersigned bock to PaiU. France, he oners for
sale the lease of his Hitting School
the roor. Ladles and aeiitu
Saddles apd lluraas. nluase
glath-street. - I1KNKY
'lsbiug to purobaso
t No. 3S9 West
FR A NCONi.
jel7-f Proprlator Kew York Uippodroue.
Dr. firans's Toothache Drops.
YANS'H TOOTHACHK DROPS.
.red rroui the recioe of the calibrated
can venilat is Paris. For sole by
I mur. prenarea rrou the recipe
I Amerlcaa Dentist ia Paris. For
ALBERT Horn. Drnssii
Bonth-west corner Central-aveuue aad EUuth,
' ' : tm37i
A 8TROLOOY. 1MADAIMB
t. Bl'liUTr ClLLY announces tliat
business again, and can be found at ber reeidease.
No. AT. on tha west aide of Jonce-iti-eat. between
. ' . - . . . ,r . . ... . ; . r
umn ana osiur son tiiuerty ana waae, wnere sua
Puretelle past, present ad futare evenU by plaueta,
eliutstrr, or by oards. To all those who may wish
consult her on the luck of business, or any under
taking. Journeys, lawsuits, ov, snatrUiouy, lot
IwyrUcheU, kerfect satlsfaetoa will be given.
Uoura from A. U.te. P.M. Price, tow.- Fifteen
pauta for running the, tetters utuusav mysvam
XXaavtass "for t3x
ct I "J ,Y ',:'.'., fSC 3..?, A vol, m
fiFTH-STSlIT, NEAR CENTRAL- SUE.