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pplres o Mntltnq. Hlng la porta., 9 cants! t month,
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CINCINNATI TROTTING PARK.
a MrnVTiNri.Yit'pr'ii vnK a i'It k a u
J anil ehikn nf ll0. will coarn off 10-DAY.
Yliiiriirisy, until July.
I. A. DfttHrl....
..41. m. Kata Daniels.
(li.irie Kiilfffll.. ....b. Dl. I.sriy lltlev.
. ' . .latma aliwk.y...- .....k. g. Dick Turpin.
Itnce tn cinip oft' lit 4 o'clock.
(Jars will Ipuve.tli !., II. A P. B. B. Depot, t 3
ami f-ir, tlio course.
AliMlrWKtN TO TIIK rUBMC BTAKD, SO
t'KNTS; TO TIIK MKMIIKIIS' STAND, ftl.
jj-a T1IOM. J. HTBI'IIKNH, Proprietor.
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HOME OF THE FRIENDLESS!
r(IIT. IM'M.KIt. KHO.-l)EAR NIRi
Having henil Willi wimr ili'iireu of eitrprlHn of
"iir wonm-i iui Mktll flu mi ormtniHt. awl dosirliig to
irive our cltiKfiiN mi opportunity to bear Rom. ol th.
works of the givnt composers of cIrhsIc mimic, rpn
lril in your wliiilralilo style. w. the untlorsiaucd.
I'l-MiwrMnlly solicit your services, thilt we mv be
.mililed to Rive a concert for th "Hoine of tho
J-'rifnttloHB," nt tiich time anil place as may best suit
W nmke the reiinest In th belief that you will
moHt cnt'orlully niiiKe mimto Ir-mler to th. fuitllfir.
Hiiro of tiio lioly tuirNi!oti for which the abovuamed
inMitiunon iihh uoeii iouniiia.
K. M. IliHliop.
ilon.i. KKtfli'ntnn, '
.K. It. Tluotmd,
Havlil (iilmoii, , .
W. P. llulburt,
.1. A. Cyliorn,
Jl. M. I'onuToy,
II. Deluvnn MusBcy,
N. P. Mcguillcu, '
K. h. Hord,
John nittle, t
.1. MhVhell, '
S. T. ParkhuKt,
. V. Bold, .
(IcO. 8. Brecount,
(130. J. t'lark,
J no. D. Hlml.,
Junius Brown, '
K. V. Hurt,
A. P. I'opnn,
K. L. Bernard.
Untrn. R. )ir. Di'h tp, IScnj. Egtlatr, Jot. Tommc;
OKiTLRMKN-Allhinish 1 st.i not In the habit of
limn imiiiiii fin "."rtH. hoirrf content to flevoto mr
K-lf to iiiii'-ir lor its ealfo. I. ueverthelens. will
l rfullv comply with your rr-nuetit: stinulatiim
.inly that tiio iMitire roceds may be devoted to the
Homo of the Krli'iiilb-urt, which Institution, I learn,
ih not only in iiim-iI of fund, but emluautly deserves
the support of every lover of the KOod.
Wltli your poritibtsioii I will namu Friday after
noon, at two 1'. M.. a tho time, and tlie First Ortho
dox ConKregationiil Church, on Hevenlh-street, be
tween Ccntral-avenuetaiulJohn, as the place for the
Yours truly, ROHKRT HKLLEB.
FIU ST (.K AM) FESTIVAL
Ml- OF TOE-'
TRADES ASSEMBLY OF CIMMATI
ri1IlpF JTIiAOKS AHHKMBLY RAN-
ML I ZED lor the proinottnn ot a bettor ftjeling
cinnntl. linvn modn arraiiKemeuts fur a err mid Ra
union FoHlivrvl- at (il.HDA nn HATIIRn A V
.luly 28. Then will he ftjienhitig and dancing, ac-
(Iommittef. or Arkanqkhenth 8. H. Wliittaker,
Wm. ICoynoMn, .Ion. Ornniian, A. I. Roblnfwn, F,
i miiiiriti, r. jt-iix, a. ntMinruii. . n. lomitllHOll
H. KuppoH.0. 1. Iteeckert.J. M. KobhuoD, F. Lam
ln:rt. f . PliUlins.
Manaokhr-B. I. M. Kfttfn,H. Hotpii, R. Bell
II. (i. I'urriflh, f. H. Mm dock, Casper Gams. B. F(
Mlllor. F. .lunny, . SchweiKert, A. Witta, A. Tut
Ii'ill. A. CqI.ii, Ernst Bnllmnnn, Karl Bachmanu,
W. Huulen. H, I'auHoii. and other Kfntlenion.
llio curs b-avo pioeiiMHy at 8 o'clock, so that avery
one will Hen ttie propriety of being at the depot aa
., noar 7,'ij as povrtible. .
Tickotn Ml To he had of the OnmmlttAA nt kr.
rrtuKpnientn, and at the dupot of the Hamilton and
j'ayton uuiiroau on ino morning oi tne zmn.
tiKST tjRANn Pirmc ., excursion
trow, on jnu.NUAi, July 30, latin, on
the plensure-nonl .
CHAMPION HO. 3.
JtltlN 1A i.
lWaj. OeiK W. II. tytlu, , Brig. Gen. Josh. A. Bates,
. A. K. J nil OB,
Mm. H. (1. KmiriAtt.
AliiJ. Lewis Wilou,
Mtij. W. K. Bmley.
Qr, MflHt.T P. 1. Lima,
'mt. !h;irl'H Jiickuon,
It. M. BiHlmp,
(.eordo W. Slioll,
J-laj. Joeepli Bnrke, -Ai-jutAQt
Oipt. U. B. Whltooiu,
I)r.8 B. XomUuson.
'inuij xvonniui .
COMMITTBK Of ARRANOH MBNT8.
Cunt. J. A
l.iiilfty, lieutenant C. Stewart.
H.'iy.'tuit K. ill. Drittcoll,
J. Lawluri ,
Seraoaut W. A. Curry,
J. ?.awyer, C Bittnor. 8. Rtewart.
Schwubo, Jl. B arret t. Serar. O. A. Thorp,
Cur ot i nil .1. Ki.i.ffnc. Ami.tatit nhinf
The hoMt will luure tho foot of Walnut-et. at 7X
jLMiLtx pruiMnmj, tuiiuiuug Tiiiion, vjovington
aud loot of Mfih-Bt. at 8 o'clock, and then pro
Vttpt. MKNTKli'S Brass and String Bands are on
.HtWsrrlNEW SONG "V
JJnst ptiblishcd, entitled
. " EACH SIGH THE HEART WILL TREASURE."
V'RlTTiN BY KKV. SIDNEY DYER,
tt t-ouiposea py u. u. null, f rice ia cents,
JOHN CIITTHCH, JR.,
-Jy ' ' 66 West IiurtU-t.
sTtOLD MKUAI. PIANOHTUB VKHT IN
1 A MKHlt. A. hloi'.K A urupe s lof .ajL i i
New York) pownrlul toueil uuuhle r ' 111 IBI"J
graiid-ai'tion Coiicrt I'iuuos. pro- f)"Jl
u. unced by l,int, Thalbnril and other 1 B V U U
'A u lll null Imuit tor rn.-h Ihilu any other dealer li
aim nii'loneoils oinra auu ropairea
tlofi-ouilily. rlaloHl to lot ill from 10 to 110 pro.uar
". to .10 pomuar
; liull-prlciM. io
nilHICtll lllrtll'IIIIIOIITi ki'UIIIK nen-Piii-i
aot buy or rent a Piano until rou bay. called and ex
amined the el'ove.
, , UltrmNl 4 BHO., Bole Agents,
f.17 No. m W. Fllth-.treet. near Plum.
ARTIFICIAL TEETH. ,
M-mr "v. IlfrNflAN, DENTIST, NO. 1H
TT t Vent nistli-slioet, belweou llac.
anil Rim, li.eerts Artilii lnl Teeth In all the
.!.,...., ulvl.u. ,.uf n.i-lnei1. Hemnus lu
wnot of Teeth eau hve Ui.lr wishes fully mo at
'Alfoporlitlons In T tutlntry performed, Jyi-cm
MANUFAOTDRKKM OK BAR, HHKKt
aiuf floib Iron. Plow Blabs, Uallroad fiuikM,
elo. Also, ag'Uts for the tatte of Irouton Star Nails,
tvareiuomt, Mo. Ill Nasi (kKjuud-atrMt, OiucisaaU
r AM kinds Iron mad to craw.
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VOL. Ill, NO. 151.
CINCINNATI, THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 26. 1860.
PltlCE ONE CENT.
j in..., sd'tj ti -' ifjj. , . ' : fi "
Littl Mllnt-17 mlautns faster than Ultt tlaie.l
Vl.10 A. M 1 A. M.and 11 P. M. Columbus Ae.
oommodatlon, 4 P. M. Xeola Aooommodatlon, 6
. M. ...
OmoiKKATf, Hamiltow ahd Battoh-I mlntltM
fsster than City time,) 6 A. M., Ti.10 A. M 3i30
. V. and P. H. laniltoa Aooommodatlon, 8 A,
1. and 3iS P. M.
Onto add Mississippi IS mtnntesj slower than
City time, 4itf 3 A. M. and Si3S P. M. LonlsylU
Aooommodatlon, 3 P. M.
iNDiAKAPotis ahd Oihoinhati Buoar-Liiia-ru
mlnntsa slower than City tint, Stt A. M., lliSO
. H. and 6 P. M.
M AtitrrA and Omcihkati 17 mlnntaa taster than
Oity time,) 0il3 A. M. and 330 P. M.
OormoTon Ann Iiaimoron lOlty time, 9i43 A.
. and aiitS P. M.
UlaclHKATi, Bionnonn add Ikdiadapous 6 A.
Oikciskati and LooANspoaT from Blzth-ttreet
Depot-0 A. M. and 6 P.M.
Lrrri.i MiAan-3i56 A. M., 8 A. M.. 1 lt04 A. M.
and 4i4a P. M.
Ohio and Miuinupn 7i30 A. H.a l'JiaH P. H.
and 9i90 P. M.
OlNOINNATI, HAMItTON AND DaTTOR 45 A. M..
10i40 A. M., 1 P. M., Si30 P.M., Ti33 P. M. and
ti3 r. a..
iNDIANAPOUn AND OlNCIHNAII-lOllS A. M.
4 P. M. and Vi P. M.
MAmiTTA ahd CiKomNAii lOtS'J A. H. And
COVINQTON AND LKaiNOTON 1Af!tA A-. M nrf
4iS8 P. M.
CINCINNATI, BlONNONS AND iNDIAMAroLlI T45
a. n i r. m., 9i30 p. u.
Cincinnati and LoaAxiroBT-rrom 8lith -street
Depot-ri43 A. M. and Tt33 P. H.
Kast Mail. Arrives 3i30 A. K. and 4i40 P. M.i
oioses at l A. JH. and 8 P. M.
BALTmona, Washinoton and Wnsiiino. Ar
rives at 3,00 A. M.: closes at 8 P. M.
Bt. Lotus and LoviaritLi. Arrives at 11 A. II.
and 10 P. M.i closet at 1 A. M. and 4 P. M.
C'hicaoo and NoaTH-wasl.-Arrlves at 11 A. M,
and JO P. closet at 1 A. M. and P. M.
Judge Doutrlag and wife are at rjrenpnt at
Mios Mintune, of New York, is not, as has
been stated, tue autooregs ot tbe new norel,
A iMt. jhij net. luaun.i v. au Au.v,vau
African Minstrel Troupe in London, has
made loo,uw 07 tne Dusiness.
Marslml Castellane has become, br the
death of Prince Jerome, the Senior Marshal
ot t rance Dy age.
Dr. Thomas Eastin was upset in Fensacolo
(Florida) Bay recently and taken under by a
After the library of Humboldt ii sold, the
remainder of his property is to be disposed of
at auction ; tne catalogue is soon to appear.
The operation performed upon the eves of
sirs, tiore. tne novelist, nag not Deen euc-
uttaaiui iu restoring aer aigm.
James Walter, of Manchester. Mass.. has a
heifer calf only sixteen months old. that
never una a etui dui yet gives muK,
George Hoodey, clerk of the Missouri Ho
tel in St. Louis, has been arrested there for
roouing a guest ot f 500. , , ,
Tbe merchants of Dubuaue. Iowa. Brecon.
sidering the matter of reorganizing a Board
01 Araue. . .
A woman, residing in Yam Hill County.
Oregon, has had thirteen children, and lost
every one ot tnem before their second year.
Peter Hunt, of Grafton, Mass, was found
banging to a beam in bis barn, on Thursday.
Th. Af ),; ii.M.
Two girls, cousins, aged fifteen and sixteen,
hanged themselves in Jackson County, Iowa,
recently, on account ot loving tbe same man,
' The fit. Louis policemen who recovered
the $15,000 belonging to the State Savings'
Institution, and stolen on a steamboat, have
oeen ituerauy rewaraea oy tne Danu.
The bark-mill of H. N. Dean's tannery, at
oouia Aaums, mass., togeiner witn contents,
was destroyed Dy nre 1 uesaay morning, ajqss
The Rev. James Martineau, of England, h
to visit this country, and will preach the
sermon before the Unitarian Autumnal Con
vention in October.
A child had its head instantly severed from
its body while on a Sunday School excursion
train from Chicago, a few days ago, and
anotner was uaaiy injured.
Hartley Mix and Jacob Romev. having
been engaged in various robberies near Mur
freesborough, N. 0., were recently shot while
attempting a burglary.
In Smith County, Texas, a number of perv
sons have died recently of a mysterious dis
ease mat resembles tne plague, ana bames
tne sum ot' medicine.
The old "Town House" in Providence, R,
I;, was sold on Wednesday for $20 1 It 1
erected in 1723 by the First Congregational
Between twenty and thirty persons in one
boarding-house, and several other citizens of
LiewiBton, Me., were poisoned last week by
Norris Meagher died in Philadelphia the
otber day from kicks received by a courtesan,
with whom be had fought a shart time pre
R. H. Tucker sold out the Napoleon (Ark.)
1'ianter, several days ago, to wm. mggius,
who had scarcely written his salutatory,
wnen he died very suddenly.
A house in Decatur, Iowa, was struck by
liirhtninir on the 22d inst.. and two women.
Mrs. Jane Easy and her sister, were instantly
Several boys caught another, Wm, Wright,
the other day. at a small town below Mem
phis. TennH and ducked him jn the river
until be wtis dew.
Two men had a quarrel near Natchez,
Miss., the other day, and fired seventeen pis
tol shots without wounding each other in the
A vouns man named William Young, liv
ing near Westville, Indn and two horses he
1 - : . 1 uni-j L. 1 : ,.1.
was unving, were iubumimv a-iucu uj uguv-
mng a day or two ago. , ,
Julius Meyer, it is supposed, was poisoned
fatally by his wife in Luny County, N. C,
few days since, because she had found a new
affinity, wumwnom sneeiopea.
Rarey must be making a princely fortune
in Eno-land. He gives demonstrations
horse-taming every day, and if he has a good
nonse, whlcb is three times out 01 tne lour,
clears ioOO. .
SCRVIT Or Till NOBTB ATLANTIC TlL,
NOEAPH. For the survey of the route of the
proposed North Atlantic 'Telegraph, which
to join this country witn England, the late
Arctic cruiser Fax la to be employed. She
will be commanded by Cant Allen Young.
and will be accompanied by an adequate stuff
of electricians, geograpuers, geologists ana
surveyors, and a marine painter. The Danish
Government takes a warm interest in the
project aud will sendout two commissioners
ID tne f vx W report upon wv iwtb.
VARIETIES. One Hundred Thousand Dollars in Spurious
Money Discovered in New York—Seizure
of Counterfeit Bills on the Treasury of
On Saturday last, says the Now York Tri.
bunt. Detectives Van Wagoner and Itayndr, of
the Brooklyn police, seized lanrn nuantitv
of bills on the Treasury of tho Republic of
iiayn, ana aiso arrested a man tor disposing
of them. It appears that Haytien money hits
been extensively counterfeited in the United
States, and a number of persons haVo been
engaged In IHng It to masters of Vessels and
seamen trading between New York and Portc-an-Prince.
So much of this kind of money
has been sent to that country, that the Gov
ernment have taken measures to put a stop to
I ... .: : i' :ut- nr:.u .111 1 .
tUU IllljfUl UtMUII II UUOHIUl. VV l.U 11110 UDJUUV
in view, the Haytien Consul, or Commercial
Agent in now rone, informed tne police, and
efforts were made to detect tho parties en
gaged in the business, but without success
until Saturday, wnen tne above olncers suc
ceeded in entrapping one of the implicated
parties on board the brig Baltimore, lying at
atharine Ferry. The vessel had cleared for
Porte-au-Pflnce, and was to, Kit yesterday.
An arrasjirnent had some time previously
been made between the mate and tne accused
(a Frenchman, whose name Is supposed to be
Hosier,) for the purchase of a large quantity
of the spurious paper. Hasler brought the
requirea amount on board in a common soup
box, and being taken into the cabin, the
wbole amount, valued at $10,000 in Ilayti,
was bought by the mate for 1300. The mute
gave him a check for the amount oil the
Merchants' Bank of New York. The officers
being secreted on board, observed the trans
action, and followed the Frenchman to the
ferry-boat, where they took him into custody.
It may be proper to. observe that the mute
acted in concert with tbe officers in the mat
ter. The bills are printed on thick, straw
colored, rough-edged paper, five inches wide
and seven and three-fourth Inches long, i
oy noiaing tne oui to tue ngut, tue "um
pire d'Havtiv' with a crown in the center.
and an ornamental border surrounding the
whole, in water mark, is distinctly visible.
ine printed pontons ot tbe bill are badly ex
ecuted, but tbe water-marks are neat and
ornamental. The man arrested refuses to
give his name. He was committed to tho
rii. TJ-ll It. , : :
V.. . io.ia w .nmt luituoi WUUIJV.
Yesterday the officers ascertained that tbe
residence of the accused, whose name is
Adrain Hercy, was in the outskirts of Wil
liamsburgh. On proceeding thitltar they dis
covered tbe plates, dies, and other materials
witn wntcn tne Dills were manufactured,
together with one hundred thousand dollars
worth of paper money. The bills were put
up in $100 packages, and filled two large
chests. A quantity of prepared bill paper
was also found. Tbe whole was carted off to
the City Hall last night. A number of per
sons are supposed to nave beon engaged in
tne manuiacture ot tne spurious bills.
History of Tom Hood's Song of the Shirt.
Hood,, by bis
son and daughter, occurs the following in
teresting account: .
In the Christmas number of Punch for this
year appeared the famous "Song of the
Shirt , It was, of course, inserted anony-
m ously, but it ran through the land like wild
fire. Paper after paper quoted it, and it
became tne talk of the day. There was no
little speculation as to its author, althoutfli
several, I believe Dickens among the num
ber, attributed It at once to its right source.
At last my miner wrote to one ot tne daily
papers ana acKnowieagea iu lie was cer
tainly astonished, and a little amused, at its
wonderful popularity, although my mother
had said to hint when she was folding up the
gtcitei. reaay ior tne press: "now mind,
ood, mark my words, this will tell won
derfullvl It is one of the best thinirs vou
ever did I" This turned out a true prophecy.
It was translated into French and German,
and even, I believe, into Italian. My father
used often to laugh, and wonder how tboy
roouercu vug peculiar ouraen, .
v. "Stitch, ttltch, ttltchl"
and also, ' ' '
"Main ana susses ana Dana i
It was printed on cotton pocket-handker-
cnieis ior sale, ana nag met witn tbe usual
late ol all popular poems, having been paro
died times without number. But what de
lighted, and yet touched, my father most
deeply was, that the poor creatures to whose
sorrow and sufferings he had given such elo
quent voice, seemed to adopt its words as
their own, by singing them about the streets
to a rude air ot tiieu own adaptation.
Gossip About Royalty. Queen Victoria
ana rrince Albert toe uerman papers say.
are going on a visit to Germany, and will pass
aweekor two at the Palace Rheinhartsbrunn,
the summer residence of the Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.
a place celebrated for tbe
beauty of Ha architecture, and the peculiar
ities of its gardens. Here Prince Albert
passed his earlier youth. The Court Journal
omciaiiy denies tbe report, tbat tbe frincess
Alice la to marry tbe rrince ot iiesse-Uarm-
stadt as announced in the English and copied
in ine American papers. . rue uinperor and
impress oi r ranee were to leave rang on
the 16th instant for a tour of twenty-five
aays tnrougb mce, aavoy, uorsica and ait
geria, and on their return would proceed to
their favorite watering place, Biarritz, tq
spend the autumn months.. The royal in
dividuals assembled at the Congress of Baden
had not all left that place at latest accounts,
and the Grand Duke of Baden, the Crown
rrince oi eaxony, tne rrince tlegent of
Prussia, the King of Bavaria and a score of
petty uerman potentates, are still at that
popular place of resort . .
Pbinos Jihoms's Will! It is said that
Prince Jerome Bonaparte. after leaving a
fourth of his property to his daughter, the
Princess Mathilde, has given the .entire re
mainder to Prince Napuleon. This bequest
is a very considerable one, for Jerome, having
become economical in his old ago, spent only
five or six hundred thousand francs of an in
come amounting to 1,600, OOOf., composing bis
civil list. Consequently. Prince Napoleon
will inherit many millions, beside enjoying
tbe cbiet or bis tamers omciai emolument,
To his son and grandson in Baltimore, it is
said that nothing has been left by Jerome's
testament . The grandson, desiring to be
present in tne tau moments ot bis relative,
was unable to accomplish the wish, but by an
order of the Emperor, a place was reserved
tor mm in tbe family pew at tbe Jnvauaet.
Will there be, say the quidnuncs, a contest
between the American and the French Bona
partes for the succession of the crown ol
Anothib IiiraniAL Scandal in Francs.
Another scandal threatens the Imperial fam
ily of France, according to the Independent
Belpe. The Baron de Chassiron, desiring an
amicable separation from bis wife, the eldest
daughter of Prince Mwrat, has not been able
to effect this therefore, the aid of tbe law
to be called in to interpose a legal barrier
between the two partners in life s Joys and
sorrows, who reciprocally accuse each other
of unfaithfulness. At present tbe husband
appears to be the party most open to re-
PioouAa Pessints roa tb PaiNOi or.
Walks, -Some Nora Scotian. a dealer
Grindstones, has Prepared a specimen of his
wares for presentation to tbe Prince
Wales. One side of the stone bears this
pregnant legend: "For tha Prince of Wales,
Our Hopeful King, 1860." On the other
side is the business tard of the donor. An
artificial leg or two, few glass eyes, and
perhaps an invoice of assorted coffin will
cheerful and appropriate gifts wherewith
welcome His Royal Highness, and the artifi
cers in these goods ought to be on the alert.
State of Feeling at Naples—Banishment of
the Queen Dowager.
Toe Naples corresnonilent of the London
Star writes on tlie 30th nit. as followsi
The attitude of the middle classes and nf
the nohilitr continues to be one nf .tirsms
caution that, nt least, is the polite word for
. i lie i.ioernis say tnat mcy leol distrust;
believe What tiler feel Is fear. This waver-
nor attitude has Served the Unvnrntripnt. foe
an encpiinureinent; and it Las succeeded in
procuring, by means of the police., some dis
play of an artificial enthusiasm partly even
of a sincere one, the latter mainly on the part
of the lazyjvfoni. Fur among the luzzaroni
there is a fraction of honest fellows and stout
Liberals, who, not understanding any thing
about Italian unity, national feeling, and the
like, feel sincerely content to see the joke of
tho polire taken from their nocks. For them,
"constitution" means "no ehirri;" in which
creed, undoubtedly, there Is some instinctive
The other half of the lazzaroni. tinder
Mannctta's direction, and that of Camnatrnii.
Governa, Mazza. iu one word of the Queen
Dowager s old band, is reactionary taute
diitanai would burn down and pillage Na
ples, were it not for the foreign squadrons in
the roadstead. -It is said, and with very
great probability', that this band had already
received orders to turn tne movement ot tne
ay before yesterday into a demonstration
against the Constitution.
i must ten you tnat on tne inn tne King,
or rather the young Queen, acting for him,
had given the Queen Theresa to understand
that it had become a necessity, in the inter
est of the whole dynasty, for her to quit Na
ples. Tbe Count of Aquila or, as others
pretend, the Count of Syracuse had been
charged with this rather delicate mission.
She was at the time with Mgr. Gnllo, her
confessor. At the mere sight of tho messen
ger she knew his mission, and did not allow
him to finish his well-set address. At tlie
court it was believed she would go to V ienna,
but she hits preferred to seek safety in the
iortress oi ttaeta, wnere sne went on tne
evening of the 28th. Her adherents, how
ever, seem to have been resolved to try their
coup ae mam neveriueiess. Borne tigbting
charge of musketry, shooting into the sir for
dispersing the crowd.
in tue midst ot tins turmoil, the minister ot
France arrived in that part of the Toledo iu
his eauioage. The Commissaires Mobillo.
d'Espagnoli, Cauipagna and Mannetta, who
were at tne neaa ot tne reactionary lazzarom.
pointed out the embassador to them, and it
remains to be seen ii tney wemseives am
not take port in what followed. The Inz
zaroni made a rush upon the carriage, and.M.
Brenier was beaten "with sticks. The well
dressed passers-by and the police interfered
immediately, shouting "It is the French
minister stop the villains." But the villians
had already taken to their heels, and not a
silicic one was arrested. Troops then made
tneir appearance on tue spot, anu we siato ot
siege was declared in tbe evening. During
the night it was attempted to arrest the well
signalized parties who bad been seen on the
occasion, but not a single one of them could
be found. In fact, all the friends of Queen
Theresa had disappeared, probably much for
their good. Ajoasa himself, the president nf
tbe police, is on board a r rencn suip.
The London Times on the Departure for
America the Prince of Wales.
The-London JYmMof July 0, says at the
close of a lengthy editorial :
We may predict without much arrogance.
that this visit will be a historical event,
What can be stronger and more worthy the
curiousity of those to come than the reception
by n Republican President of a Royal Prince
wnose nuceaiur was uenuseu ana resinieu
during years of war by the nation which now
shows hospitality to his descendant? We
niignt maKe tne ouvious renecuons wnicu
occur to every one on this great revulsion of
ieeiing. am, uowevur, suiucieut iu suy inai
tbe demonstration indicates two tilings nr.it,
that the Americans are convinced that the
British Stato nourishes no insiduous dosigns
against them or their institutions, and that
tney will not no misunuerstooa it tney give
vent to their good feeling with something of
their usual vehemence; and secondly, that
the character and personal demeanor ot En
glish royalty at the present day is such as to
insure the respect even of those who have
discontinued it as a political form.
In the United States the Prince will be re
ceived with that cordiality which no people
can snow better tnan Americans, ana ne win
nn Hnnbt rennnnrl bv a hearing eauallv cour
teous and honorable. Were the rrince older
in years, and were his stay longer, he might
bring back many a now idea to be of service
to bis country and its dependencies. Snch an
examination of the New World is hardly to
be hoped for. But there is one thing which
i, : u ......i ifw.i, .-.I aii ne .. iAn-n
UU3 XtUCM UlfJUU.Rh Will a., u. wo, uiaj I V , 1 u
from his visit, and that is, that neither civil
war. nor revolution, nor commercial rivalry,
nor political bickerings, nor acrimonious
social criticisms, can totally sunder nations
wmcn, Having acommon origin ana
develope themselves by the practice of the
same tree institutions.
Blondin's Fouuth Pirformancb at Ni
agara. Wednesday afternoon, savs tbe Ni
agara Falls (N. Y.) Gazette, M. Blondin gave
his fourth public exhibition on his rope over
tne .Niagara, mere were more peopio in
town than on any previous occasion. Blondin
walked first from the Canada side, going
through his usual performances until he came
to the center, where he fastened his bal
ancing-pole to the cable and descended a
slack rope, the two ends of which are fas
tened some ntty reet apart to nis main came.
the slack hanging some twenty to thirty
feet below. - Upon this string lie ran down
as though perfectly at home. He suspended
himself from this with straps, hanging two
or turee leel neiow. tie aiso stoou up, to
every appearance a reany dangerous act,
But when he whirled nimseit nae a wneel,
heels over bead, and very fast, people held
their breath lor fear and in 'tter amazement
Some turned their backs upon him, not
wishing to look upon such a fearful perform
ance. After returning to bis bigbway be
completed tbe trip to tuo American sido.
Hbroio Woman. Mrs Welsh was
daughter of John Knox, the Scottish
former. In May. 1622. her husband. Mr,
Welsh, being in London, and detained there
by his Sovereign, and being at the time far
gone in consumption, Mrs. Welsh obtained
acceess to King James, and petitioned him to
permit her husband to return to Scotland,
urging the King to give her husband his lib
erty and bis native air. "Give him his native
air," the King replied: "give him the devil
"Give that to your hungry courtierB," sui
she, 'offended at his urofaneness. He told
her at lost, that if Bhe would persuade her
husband to submit to the bishops, bo would
allow him to return toScotlaitd. Mrs. Welsh
lifted up her apron, and holding it toward
the King, replied in the true spirit of her
fathers, "Please your Majesty, I'd rather
receive his head here."
' A Man Kills bis Win to RaviNsi mi
BaoTHsa. We gave a brief account, a few
davs since, of the killing of one 'Suuire K in-
icv, . iieuu, "v! "J v v.w.iivia uuiuoii
Hampton. One of the brothers, George, was
arrested immediately after the tragedy and
subsequently admitted to bail, John, the
otber brother, made nis escape, but wag
caught twelve miles above Ureencastle. Ind.
on Tuesday. When George heard of the ar
rest of his brother, he wont directly home
and killed his wile, alleging that it was
through her instrumentality that bis brother
Jobn bad lalien into tue ctutcbes ot tbe law
The Benicia Boy in New York—Prospects
of Another Mill.
The New York Tribune informs us in 4
The movements of this distinguished gentle
man, though regarded with a great degree
of interest by large numbers ofliis personal
friends, and the public generally, nre in them
selves not particularly Heroic, bcinir in fact
quite as commonlilaco M thoso of any other
quiet citixen,' wno is disposed to mind ins
own business, and who hopes that his neigh
bors will kindly do the same. He bus demol
ished no one, quarreled with no dnc, fought
no one, licked no one, smacked no one,
smacked nobody's mouth, tweaked noliody's
nose, and pinioned nobody's head. 11 is
peaceable and modest demeanor has rather
astonished many, who had set it down ns a
foregone conclusion that instaiitly upon his
arrival he vrottld take Up arms against a sea
of enemies, commence a grand crusade
against Morrissey and the Morrisseyites, their
aim snu aiu menus, amers anu aoouors, to
the last cousin fifteen degrees removed.
On the contrary, Hecnan keeps perfectly
cool, drinks no rum, and makes no threats
against any body. While anxious to renew
the Long Point argument With Morrissey,
though exceedingly desirous of meeting that
individual in the ring again, quietly awaite n
challenge. In case Morrissey does nut sec fit
to send such a message, it is probable that
there will be no light, as Hccnnn does not feel
disnnsed to send a challenih. In nroof nf the
oft-aiftorted fivct that the great proportion of
mir-unniiug juiiKueiuueu uiiue 111 nwiirumg
Heenan the victory in tho Farnboro' fight
we mention that at Tiffany's is now to be
seen a beautiful siver vase, presented to
eenan by a number of English gentlemen.
The inscription on it runs as follows:
"JOHN C. HEKNAN,
"Champio op tu Wobau."
On the other side Is eugrav.ed:
"Thlscun is nresented by a few Kncllslimen. fre-
lientors of Mr. J. I'robast's 'Anchor and 11om.i,
manly ooiuluct while lu England."
Heenan himself expresses no doubt as to
is getting tho belt that was presented to
im, and which is now in the hands of the
maker. A n erroneous report has been spread
that this belt was never paid for, but tho titcts
ot tno case seem to be tnese, as stated bv M r.
uancocK, tne tnanuiociurer oi tne two belts
tor rieenau and buyers: ,
in reteronce.to tne report tbat tbe belts
had not been paid for, he writes to the editor
of the Morning Advertiier, requesting him to
immediately anu authoritatively contradict
report so prejudicial to Albion. . He shvs
that his bill for the two belts was promptly
paid on the 21st of June last and that he has
had no control over tbcm since tho 20th ol
May, tbe date of their presentation at the
Alhatnhra. According to Air. Hancock's
story, tho belts were returned to him simply
to be "Hall-marked," and to receive a last
nnisn, wmcn count not be given to tuetn iu
tne littio time allowed tor ttiair manufacture
In case of another fight between Heenan and
Morrissey, it will come oft' at some point tar
ouuiu, wiiero uoiu men will ue among
O .1. i L.-.I. Ml 1 . .
strangers, ana wnere tbe great crowd ot
roughs will be unable to go oh account of the
expense, norma nas oeen named as the
most likely spot but some enthusiastic
Cubans have suggested that the combat take
place in the amphitheater for bull-fighting,
at tiavana. lnis inciosure win noia several
thousand people, and could easily be filled,
sav the Cubans, wltb an enthusiastic audi.
erica, who would pay an ounce ($16) for the
best places, ana bait an ounce (,M) tor tne other
places, it is asserted that the Governor-
Goneral would not refuse his consent to this
arrangement In this case, both the con
queror aud conquered might retire from the
ring witn a nanasome competence.
Mellt Life in London denies the report that
Heenan's champion bolt was detained by the
maKcr, una says :
"Heenan informed us that he was unable
to take his belt with him, it being detained
by Mr. Morris, of the New York Hotol, (who
had advanced a portion of the money to
for it) as a security until that sum was
paid. We hope the necessary amount will
be subscribed to enable his friends to release
the trophy, and send it afterhim to the States.
many ot our cotemporanes nave stated tliat
the belt is detained by Mr. Hancock, the jew
eler, of Bruton-street, by whom it was manu
factured; out as will be seen above, tins
untrue. Mr. Hancock received payment
the belts some weeks back, and has bad
control over them since the evening they
wore delivered to Sayers and Heenan at
Alhambra, although they were returned
him for a tew days to receive the finishing
touch, which he was unable to give them
tbe very snort period ol six days allowed bim
for their manufacture. Heenan has expressed
his intention of returning to this country
witness the mill between Hurst and Tom Pad
dock, and thinks it very probable be mat-
then be induced to give one or both of them
a taste ol bis quality.
A Nieao Inhumanly Mdrpirep bv two
Ovkrsebrs. The Columbia (Tenn.) Demo
cratic Herald, of Saturday, gives an account
oi a most Darparous ana tnbuman act ot cru
elty, perpetrated on a slave of Air. D. Helm.
about fifteen miles from Columbia, by two
overseers on tbe Central Southern, Kailroad.
The Herald says that the slave bad been run
off some time, and Mr. Helm sent bim back
on tbe passenger train. On tbe arrival ot the
train at Dodeon's Gap. fifteen miles distant
from Columbia, they took and tied him to
beecn tree, some one Hundred yards distant
from the road, and stripping him, they
whipped him with leather strSpB aud beech
limbs for three hours, giving him some one
thousand or twelve hundred lashes. After
whipping very near all the skin off of
back, they put turpentine on him und put
mm out in ttie not sun to work among the
rock; being of very stout and healthy consti
tution ne survived it about twenty-
hours, when he fell and died almost imme
diately. . -
1 be overseers names are Fredonck Wright
and Thomas S. McCrary. Mr. Helm oners
$150 reward for tho apprehension of Wright,
and fifty dollars for McCrary, so that he cau
Dkckption or Poktdodisi Diminq, A re
cent traveler says
Among other itmsot key-liole knowledge.
we noticed that every day. about dinner
time, our ueiirhbors hod a tuble set out
their parlor, with clean damask cloth
napkins, nieces of bread, silver forks, spoons,
castors, Ax., handsome wine-glasseB and gob-
mia, nnu nn mo purapuernaiia oi a very gen-
teel dinner equipage. The table stood thus
uu.iuu h uiiu ui mum, au tuai vi vieiiura
came in, may mignt suppose tuat tne family
were preuarinir to sit down in style eomme
faut. But to this table they never did
dawn; tor when tbe time ot exhibition
elapsed, all the line things were taken off
carefully put away for a similar show
next day, aud the next. Meanwhile (as
touna oy reoonnoitering through the kitchen
key-hole) the Portuguese lamilv allaseembled
in the uluce where their food waa nnrtlced
seated themselves on the floor round a large
earthen pan tilled 4vith some sort of stew,
and each dipped in a pewter spoon and
out oi tnat same pan. ii.;:
riUHTATA BAKBSOUg IINS MIS K nun
On Saturday, at Baton Rouge, Ky., there
pears io nave oeeu a pretty general "tree
fight." There had beeff a barbecue there
tuai aay. as a portion or the crowd
going home a difficulty occurred between
two of them, which resulted as stated above,
nw wi uuUg, uivu I vn 14 i i rj ii ma wmvun uuto,
in a general b.vht, in which one man. George
tviviuo, who aiuuu oy a suoo in tne ien
and saverol others were severely hurt, Eleven
of those engaffod iu the fight have leen
'h i." 1 U" tt.re now btii"g tried bcore
p.w wA.mui6 vwum,
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Dktroit. Mich., July 24. A meeting of
the friends of Breckinridge and Lane, from
tho different parts of the State, was held In
this city to-day.
A State Commiteee was appointed, who
were empowered to call a State Convention,
to nominate an electoral ticket and perfect
The meeting was not Jnrge, but a determ
ined spirit was manifested. After adjourn
ment the gentlemen composing the meeting
rallied upon Oenernl Cass, at his residence.
The friends of Bell and hverett also held a
meeting last evening, to devise measures
looking to State organization. Beside the
organ izut ion of a Bell aud Everett Club,
milling decisive was clieciea.
Trhntoh. N. J.. July 25. Both Conven
tions are now in sessionthat under call of
the State Central Committee at the State
house, and the Douglas Straightouts at Tem
perance Hall. Governor Foot is Chairman
of the State Convention. All the counties
A resolution was adopted, at a preliminary
meeting, this morning, that they should nom
inate an Electoral regular ticket, pledged to
support the regular nominations of the Dem
ocratic patty, Liotigiaa ana Jonnson
Srippehes were made by Governor Price.
General Kungon, Mr. Van Natter and Gen.
PnekAe all alrnnfrlv fop tin fnninn and nlerlrv-
ing fidelity to non-intervention. The Com-
millee. oil iteaoiuiions now in session win
report the Cincinnati Platform and pledge to
lien. Uook, ot Hudson, and lien. Joel, ol
Monmouth, were nominated by acclamation
as renatoriul Electors, witu cneers.
Tbe Convention Here tooK a recess.
At the Breckinridge and Lane Convention
n, liii kj ii nun tr- , i iiiiiini.i ii ii 1 1. , i J iunv..
was cbosen temporary Ubairman amid loud
tvery county in tue state is represented.
A committee on rermanent urganizauon,
consisting of or e delogate from each county
in tne nunc, was auopteu.
The same Committee was also directed to
report rules for the guidance of the canvass.
as well as a sories of resolutions. '
Tbe Chairman was given power to ap
point a committee of live to confer with any
other committee ou the subject of a union
Adjourned till two P. M.
The Prince of Wales.
Sr. Johns, N. F July 25. Yesterday ad
dresses were presented to the Prince. to which
lie replied as follows: "t sincerely tnanK you
for the addresses presented to me, and for the
bearty welcome received irom all on my land
ing hero, the shores of this, the earliest colo
nial possession ot tbe British Urown. I trust
you will not think me- regardless of your
zealous loyalty if I acknowledge these ad
dresses collectively. It will afford me the
greatest sat ist'action to report to the Queen
tbe devotion to her crown and person, unmis
takably evinced by tlie reception of her son.
eloquently expressed in tbe addresses from
various oouies in tuisiown anu xiaroor urace.
I am charged bv the Oueen to convey to vou
the assurance of the deep concern she has ever
felt in this interesting portion ot ber domin
ions. I shall cany back a lively recollection
of thin llay'fl proooediliao, mill juui kluiIuesH
to myself personally, but above all, of these
bearty demonstrations of patriotism, which
prove your deep-rooted attachments to tbe
great and free country of which we all glory
to be called her sons.
The Prince pleases the populace immensely
by his handsome countenance and mild, gen
tlemanly bearing. He drives out to-day.
There will be a dinner party) at the Govern
ment House this evening, and a ball at ten
o'clock to-night. The lire-works last night
were a poor utliur.
l o-nay in a neauutui clear aay ior tne re
From Buffalo, N. Y.
BtrrrALo. July 24. Tho grand concert.
this evening, by all the musical societies at
tending tue Hnngcrlestoi tne iNortb Amen
can Suugerbund, was a perfect success. Over
600 performers participated, including an or
chestra of 100 instruments, all under the
direction ol Col. Adam, of the Buffalo Liedcr-
The immense passenger denot of the New
York Central Railroad was densely packed.
and thousands were nnable to effect an en
trance. It is estimated tbat 8,000 people were
admitted on tickets.
During the performance, tbe temporary
screen on the eastern end of the building was
torn down, thus admitting to the benefit of
tne concert some tnree tnousand or tour
thousand more. All passed off without casualty.
From New York.
Nsw York, July 25. The Tribune't Wash-
ington Correspondence announces the defal
cation of Maj. K. Sutherland, Quarter-master
of the Marine Corps, for $30,000.
A store-Keeper, named tiewis, murdered
his wife on Saturday, at Bound-brook, N. J.,
ana men committeasuiciae. vause, jealousy,
Ex-Deputy United States Marshal Kvnders.
who is under indictment for conniving atthe
escape of a slaver, was yesterday committed
to the Tombs for insanity.
Newark. N. J.. July 25. A destructive
fire occurred in Mechanic-street, in this city.
about two o'clock this morning, destroying
11. Saurbier's cutlery establishment and
Messrs. Turnbull ft Gomershaw'a carriage
manufactory, including a large amount of
stock. Other buildings adjoining were also
destroyed. Loss $40,000; partially insured.
Damaged by Fire and Water.
Broad-street occupied by S. G. Van Bokelin
and H. R. Bartboldt, wholesale provision
dealers, was badly damaged, to-day at noon,
uy uro auu water.
Fire at Springfield, Illinois.
SpRINoriKLD. III.. Julv 24. The rmi nil-
house of tbe Chicago, Alton and St, Louis
itauroau was destroyed by lire this morning.
Loss $12,000; no insurance. The fire is sup-
pvoou ou no urn worn, oi an incenaiary.
J., July 25. Rev. Cort-
I isim vuu nennsaiiier, a clergyman ot the
Presbytorian Church, died at his residence, in
I iiii. vitv. una uiuriiinir.
Pittbbobo.' Julv 24 M. Kiver seven feet
four incnes Dy tne pier mark, ana rising very
lowly. Weather clear and warm,
Thb Oahiraldl Enthusiasm Exemplified.
To estimate the feeling in Paris, a working
cabinet-maker, of Faubourg St. Antolne, was
lutely robbed of 300 francs (half his savings)
uy a young comraue, wno left a note to say
he was oft' to fight in Sicily. Tbe defrauded
workman went at once to tbe Lyons Railway
Station and seined the robber, but to fold
him in his arms and ' tea-ret that a lanre
family, dependent On his own exertions, kept
mm at noma, xx umoers witnessea tins goeue,
which excites no astonishment here.
Retdrk or AM English HcntisoParty.-
A party of titled English hunters havu
reached St. Paul, Minnesota, after a success
ful bunt at Devil's Lake and on the Red
Rivap. A mono their trmiKlpa .pa Ki,IP..ln
I bides and heads, elk, four mairninc rent Amer.
ican ettglea, Ac. They aaaert that the water
I of Devil Lake U almost as salt as that of the
utttii. itu: uui KcuvmiiY mown.
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' 77.000 fr. TenneMM Bed Oedar, tiid foraal
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'Wholesale and Retail Lumber Oealersr
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turned our attention to preparing building materiel.
oi every Uvwripuim, we chu BHieiy biiv that our .ox
perlonce in the hnslneee end our
i our menu
to oner liuiiceiuenta to builders lu the city aud at i
distance unsurpassed, if eiiueled, by any other sinii
lar natttbl lull uii nt In tha WmiI.
We alno manufacture Veneers of nil deucriptlom
and kepon hand an afuBortmitut of AlahoKauy, Hmo
wood. Wnlitut and Oak Veneura. Abo, Flue Backln
fur Picture aud LotklnK-i(laiBwi.
P. 8. W have just recehod iurty thousand foal
Bed Cedar, of line QualUr, which wo ran dl kt
leu price than It Uaa onr beeu Bold fvr 1 thie ar '
fcoti . - lurt-t;
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Corner of Front and Ceutral-av., or at our
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