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V OOBNIB SIXTH VIN- Sts., CINCINNATI.
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, Jon A. Kuuhb, Jb -.Sole Lessee andJH.inttger.
Grand Opening Night of the Season!
The Marfagor ben to announce that Mill favnrlte
Rlaceof amusement -during vacation of six weeks
as undergone a thorough renovation in every part
of the buifiling, having boon painted, freecooil, orna
merited, Ac, in themuit olegant atylit, unking it one
of the moat comfortable and homo-like places of en
tertainment and rtaort in tlio country.
Fur Hie opening of thin beautiful Tonipleof Amuse
ment, Dir. Kllaler has enacted an engagement
FOR TEN NIGHTS ONLY,
With tbo celebrated
. PAROD1 ITALIAN OPERA TROUPE,
' OonaiHtiiiR of aixty performers twelve principal
Artists, and a full and efficient chorus and orchestra.
The cogtuma nnd app4)intmenta are of the most
magnificent style, mid made
, EXPRESSLY FOR THIS OCCASION.
In foot, every Opera will he plared noon thoetac In
tlie moat complete and substantial luaunor, regard
less of expense or labor.
On WEDNESDAY EVKNING, Atimint 2. thefol.
lowing recognized and brilliant urtista will appear in
. Verdi' inwtorplcce, In four acta,
-A T RAVI ATA t
BIGNK. CAROLINA AlAIMO,
The celebrated Prima Donna;
BIG. . SBUIUMA,
The eminent Tenor:
BIO. V. UNONR,
, -. The famous Baritone:
nia. n. iAKi".
In tbo Principal Characters.
rAHT Or CUAHACTEIlg,
Violotla Vnlery.... Sljna. Alalmo.
Flora Borvoix, friend of Vinlettiu HI?, 7,apurcl.
Alfrndo Clermont, liver of Violettn Nig. bbriiillu.
(ilorgio (Jorninnt, his father Mb. Cnono.
Doctor GruiiTlllo, a physician Big. llarill.
Annia, conftdantn of yloletta Sig. Valdrl.
Gastone, Viscount le I.oterie. Sig. Nt'dlni.
Baron Duihol, rival of Alfred Hlg. I.ocntelll.
, Marquis n'AuMgnv iig. Dillngiier.
Joseph, servant of Vlolelta Slif. l'erni.
tiuesta, Friends, Qlpsios, Matudoroa, servants, c.
Mawaop.r A. BRAVI.
' Cosm'CToB Sig, ANG10LO TOKUf ANA.
Staob Manaueb U. RONZON-.
!: KtySeata and tlcketa can ho procured on Monday,
August a, at the Box Office, or at V. 0. Pelcra &
Bona' Music Storo.
". WTho Manager of the Parodl Italian Opera
Troupe, respectfully Informs the public generally
that, in accordance with the dcairo nnd to facilitate
Y the wish of many, the prices of admiiision will be
To Dress Circle and Pnrquetleonly 81
- Gallery .iOwnte.
And no extra charge for reserved aentH.
Thursday, August Q5.
-"T Tlav of the Cincinnati
Park Trolling. Sweepstakes
fur $-100. Two-mile Heats to
owner, entriks. imiVKRH.
A, MiHon.! .b.m. Fanny Hope.... Mr. Ooilire.
Col. McUlll hr gr. Wugner Mr. Rocky.
Dunham &Higdon. ...a.m. Jenuy Dimniuck.
Sir. liishawo. 1)1. g. Mohawk Owner.
Knee to Commence nt Four O'clock.
" The Proprlotor or the CINCINNATI TflOTTING
TARK, in endeavoring to supply toonreport-lovlng
citizens what tlioyliavo so long felulie nccondity of,
nnd so olten expresed an ardent deHiro fur n pleasant
plawof reaort, and nn agreeable drive on tun OWN
inmiFTHK nivEii, having enlisted in an enterprise I n
volviug a heavy pecuniary outlay, ho confidently re
lies on tlie patronage and n-tsistancV of the public to
nld him in carrying the enterprise to n siirccsaful ter
mination. Asu beginning he has tmc.ceeded in get
ting four nnga, well matched, nnd owned ly well
known citizens, nnd, from their previous perform
ances, nnd tho opinions generally expressed, tlio
Proprietor feu Is well assured that the Race will prove
worthy of an opening day nnd f nnlilie pntrnnngo.
T. J. STKPHENS, Proprlelor.
N. B. Omnibuses will leavo from the (tuft Houho,
corner Sixth and Muiii-sti ects, at two o'clock P. M.,
carrying l'a-soijgern to nnd from the Park.
JWAdinissloii to all pin ts of the t'onrae, 8l. an22
PALACE GARDEN LYEICS.
, llaveyou seen the Palace Garden Troupo,
In their Comic Pantomime,
Full of grand and lofty tumbling,
Bringing back the olden time,
When weird forms, of passing horror,
Scampered through the mldulghfilr,
Throngb floors, And clocks ana ceiling,
Through the table, and the chair.
, If not, at Palace Garden.
You can hear "MenTun" until nine;
. From that time nntil midnight,
Song, Dance and Pantomime.
Admission to Concert ninl Promenade,
Only Ten Cents.
GLASGOW AND NEW YORK
8TIAH TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL, BELFAST,
DUBLIN AND LONDON DEBET ,
FOB 830. , .
rson nc took. . .
Olnagow, Thomsou,Wednesday, Aug. 24, at 12 noon
(Jliuscow, Thomson " July ft, M
Kdlubiirh,Cutuwing.. " July 27, "
. I BOH UEAjaOW.
Edinburgh) Cummlii(r...Btiirday, May 7.
(Jlnnatow, Tborason... Wednesday, July 37.
Etliuhui'tfli, Cuinming.,. " July 2.
Bates of Pnssage from New York, Philadelphia or
Boston, to Olnngow, Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
Londonderry, flrstouss, Ijl73. Stoernge, found witb
bo abundance of proporly-oooked provisions, $3i).
An experienced Surgeou attached to each steamer.
No charge for medicines,
For Freight or Pasange, apply to
piff ItOBKItT OKA Iff. 17 Broadway.
JLsrt OA 1 LIVES DESTROYED BY
rMrWMW the npplitation of the all pow
erful Deal Shot, on a numerous and blood thirsty
race of Bed Bugs.
10,000 FLIES KILLED
By one Stroke of Sheet
LIGHTirnrGr FLY KILLER ! ! !
" Buy a sheet ol Ilxhtnlna Fly Pnpcr, and rid
yourselves, in a few hoars ofthese troublesome pests.
. ' i - EAT IN PEACH!
SLEEP IN PEACK1II
Ton ran do so with the aid of the Lightning
J'ly Killer. Itdeatroys Flics instantly, without
miser to any thing else.
- MTPrlce o cents per sheet. Sold by
J. D. PARK, SCIRE, E0K8TRIN t CO., B0HD
1 SAIL ft BllO., and J. ft O. HEAfaUllT, and retailed
every where. au'-bw
. Sale for Storage, &c. .
TTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO WHOM
-A. it may concern-That a Bex containing mls
csllaneous Hooks, marked J II. Bancroft. New Mad
rid, Mo , now in possession of the aubsriibers. will
bo soldat Auction, to p'y aportlon of tlie purchase
money, storage aud other charges, If not redeemed
wltblu thirty days from this data
-... A. McAUTflUIUSON,
an9-4taw No. liij Vino alloc t.
320 Alain etreet, Unst aide, nonr Kfshth,
. glAMPBELL i BIRD, rSOPRIETORS,
I . Tlie proprietors respectfully beg ti Inform their
friends and the publlo, that the above house Is newly
iriennsauu mo puuiio,viiai me aoove nouse is newij
renovated, and ntted no In asunerinr stvlAfur tlm ae.
. commodaildo of guests. Boarders will Und every at-
xonrion puiu 10 ineircomiortana cnargui inouerate,
FOB STENCIL MARKING PLATES
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33. 3VE. 3PO-W3E3riES,
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(Next door to the Mtaonlo Temple.)
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CINCINNATI, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, 1859.
PRICE ONE CENT.
News and Gossip.
The water in the Iludson River con
tinues verj low. Boats can hardly Toach Al
bany. p9 General Samuel Veazie, the richest
man in Maine, is tho presiding officer of the
Division of the Soni of Temperance, in Veazie.
Ipfr Duncan King, of Bladen Couhty, N.
C, was killed a fow days ago, by a fall from
pir The Hon. Littleton Kirkpalriok, an
ez-inetnber of Congreos from New Jersoy, died
suddenly at Saratoga, N. Y., on Monday.
2ET Dr. JF. B. Bower, the owner of the
field on which the surrender of Oornwallis took
place, hag granted its use for a military en
p3r The Providence JonntaJ'of the 10th
inst. says that fifty-five budhcls of cluuis and
nine hundred pounds of fish were baked in one
heap, at Rocky Point, yestorday, for the Bap
tist ezoursion from Boston,
SHearing a physician remark that a
small blow will break the nose, a ruitio ex
claimed, "Well, I duano, 'bout that. I've
blowed my nose a great many times, and I'vo
nerer broke it yet."
Kossuth, A Paris letter says: "All that
we learn of Kossuth is, that he has sold in
Genoa the pair of English thorough-bred
horses he brought with hint to help hiui out of
the campaign he profesaod s wish to enter
Makino Pbkparations. An ecoeotrio old
gentleman named McEwon, in Chittenden
County, Vt., has lately prepared his grave
under his own supervision, thus literally com
plying with the injunction, "while in lifo pre
pare for death."
A Chance cor Qtm.s. the agricultural
sooioty which holds itr lair at Dundee, Michi
gan, in October, offers a premium of fire dol
lurs to the young lady "who will pare a peck
of potatoes in the shortest tlhie und do it the
yj-The first American woman that ever
landed in Japan was Mrs. Bailey, of Phila
delphia, master of the ship Miiry Ellis. She
was surrounded and followed by a large crowd
of Japanese, but all their movements were
Statue Snirreo. The statue of Washing
ton in Mitsouic regalia, ordered from Powers
by the Masonio Lodge in Fredericksburg,
Vo., wns shipped at Leghorn on tho 22(1 nit.,
in tho ship Linda, bound for New York,
where itwill arrive next week.
pff-k Berlin letter states that Field-Marshal
Wrangle is to proceed to Stockholm with
a largo military suito, to be present at tho
coronation of King Charles XV. The Queen
of Sweden, daughter of Priuce Frodcrio of the
Netherlands, is niece of tho Prince Regont of
Thb Wisconsin AViikat Crop. The Mil
waukle Wisconsin has so doubt that the crop
of spring wheat now harvested in that Stato is
larger than in any former year. It estimates
tho amount nt 14,000,000 bushels, and allow
ing 4,000,000 for consumption, there will be
10,000,000 bushels for export.
A Wki.l-Drservbd Skutkncr. Orlando B.
Merrill, who was convicted iu Boston for an
assault with intent to commit an outrage on
his daughter, Susan Jane Morrill, was on
Wednesday sentenced to imprisonment in the
State Prison for twenty years, the first live
days to be in solitary oonQaomont.
Time wears slippers of list, and his
tread is noiseless. The days come softly dawn
ing, one alter another; they oreep in at the
windows; their fresh morning air is grateful to
the lips that pant for it; their musio is sweet to
the ears that listen to it; until, beforo we know
it, a whole life of days has possoBtion of the
citadel, and time has taken ns for its own.
SNAKits.Snok.es are said to be more abund
ant in the mountains this season than for many
years. The last Uniontown (Penn.) Standard
reports soveral cases of persons being bitten by
copperhead and rattle snakes among the
number, the editor himself, who wag struck in
the back by a copperhead, while out fishing.
He sustained no injury, however.
A Conditional Pardon. Governor Wisner,
of Michigan, reoently pardoned a convict
named Bridget Murray, on condition that she
would abstain from intemperance, a vice to
which the appears to have been addicted, and
the souroe of her troubles. She. however.
failed to make good her promise, and has been
returned to prison.
S0The Rev. Theodore Parker has been
heard from as lato as July 20, when he was
still in Switzerland, and when his distressing
cough had nearly disappeared, though a slight
oold eaught during a journey upon the lake
had retarded bis reoovery. His friends are
encouraged to believe that he will ultimately
return to this country a well man.
Large Tunnel. The "big tunnel" on the
Covington and Ohio Railroad, in Greonbrior
County, Va., is 4,700 feet long, nnd 700 fcot
below the surface of tho earth. It is 800 feet
longer than the Blue Ridge tunnel. The
width is twenty-seven feet, to accommodate
a double track, and the hightis twenty -three
feet. . , :
Putting Soi,dm;rs to a Good Use. In con
sequence of the dilioulty experienced by many
of tho agriculturists in Kent, England, in ob
taining a sufficient number of hands for reap
ing operations, orders novo been forwarded
giving permission for a large number of the
troops belonging to the three battallions of in
fantry to be placed at the disposal of those
farmers who may require their eorvices.
Expatriation in Baden, Gkruanv, The
Baden government has reoently made some
declarations regarding the expatriation ques
tion. It is' declared that the government of
itaden does not require American naturalized
citizens, who have been subjects in Baden, to
perform duty there in oase they return, even if
they have emigrated without consent that is,
if they return merely for a visit. It is pre
sumed that the expatriation controversy bore,
and the IobI letter of General Cass, hat had a
wholesome influence abroad. .
Coai.Borniko Locomotivrs. The Iludson
River Raitrosd Company has added six more
eaaMiurning loooinotives to the road during the
last four months. The whole number now in
use on this road is thirty-one. The burning
orooal reduces too current expenses of a loco
motive forty-five per cent. This is the reason
why the per eentage of working expenses of the
.Baltimore and Uhlo Kallroad are less than
those of competing lines. Nearly all tho loco
motives onj the Baltimore and Ohio Road are
Fortbrss Monror. This fortrnss, in Vir-
inia, mounts 285 guns, which throw at one
ischt.rge 13,417 pound? of iron. It has also
10 mortars and 5 siege howitzers. Tho now
fort, commonly known ns the Rip Raps, will,
when completed, mount 108 eight-inch co
lumbindB and 54 forty-two-pound guns, nil
caaomuted, and 8 ten-inch colurobiads, and
40 nine-inch do., all cmbarbelte, Thesn guns
are of the heaviest clara, cud capable of
throwing an enormous weight of hot,
Sri.lino Irdian Squaws. Horace Greeley
writes from Big Sandy, Oregon, J uly 0, that
"white men with tiro or three squaws each are
quite common throughout this region, and
young and relatively oomely Indian girls are
bought from their fathers by wbito men as reg
ularly and openly as Circassians nt Constanti
nople. The usual range of prions is from forty
to eighty dollars about that of Indian horses,
I hear it stated that, though all other trade
may be dull, that is yonng squaws Is always
brisk on Green Riier and the North rlatto."
[Special Correspondence of the Penny Press.]
[Special Correspondence of the Penny Press.] LETTERS OF A NOMAD.
YELLOW SPRINGS, O., Aug. 20.
It is related of John Randolph that, at one
t1 me, having occasion to visit a lady of Vir
ginia in a neighborhood that bad recently been
agitated on the subject of missions to Greece,
be found her towing garments, as she told him,
"for the poor Greeks." Ag bo left the house
he found the yard alive with half-clad negroes,
and rushing back, be exclaimed, "Madam, the
Greeks are at your door !" This Is an old story,
but 1 intend to give It a novel application.
Why should people who bare at their doors
such places as Walnut Hills and Yellow Springs,
rush otf to Saratoga, Bedford, or the Virginia
Springs? or oven, unless health demands
salt-serf bathing, to Newport or Uyeueacar
Tbo next time I tee folks preparing elabo
rately for a summer retreat to those fashionable
summer resorts, I ehall be sure to cry, "Miss I
Madam 1 Saratoga and Newport are at your
door I" Any and every place of resort in New
Eoglaud may be safely challenged to produce
spots of euch rural beauty and benlthlul cool
ness as those around Nell's Hotel, or of such
wild attractions as Cliiton and the grounds
about the Water Cure House. Every interest
is presented geological, antiquarian, esthetic
Aod tho time must come when the oitizens of
our Queen City will take refuge from a ther
mometer ranging (or raging) ftutn ninety-eight
to one hundred and ten degrees, and iufccicd
water, in thsse pure airs and beautiful shades.
On Thursday we went over to Nelf 's to see
the grand fete thampeire, which drew together
four or five thousand of the fun-secking
youth of the adjacent towns and cities; and
really it was a scene which, as my friend
Grainlillora would any, " united Eastern
splendor with Oriental mngnificence." Gay
circles of dancers, and of those luxiirmling
in tho nowly-rovivcil antique gnmo called
"Copenhagen," tlio interest of which turns
on kissing your girl, if you can catch her,
foot-racers, nnd those disposed to cut up whut
Mr. Swinton respectfully calls tho "ancient
Henry," made tho park alive, nnd restored
the age of fauns, nymphs and satyrs. The
hospitablo trees looked beuiguantly down on
tho gambols of the children, (whether of six
or sixty years,) and the day passed oil' to the
satisfaction of ail.
Tho speculation and caucusing affecting
the selection of a successor to Horace Mann,
as President of Antioch College, seems to bo
as rife in its uphere as that in the country nt
large, where bo many self-sacrificing patriots
are so willing to surrender themselves for
four or eight years to their country's good.
Tho Trustees were to have met last Wednes
day, but the wires had not been sufficiently
pulled, and tho mooting has been postponed
to September?. Of those whose names have
been mentioned in connection with this im
portant Clmir, I hnve henrd of three Rev.
A. V, Peabody, D. D., of Portsmouth, N. II. ;
Rev. Rufus V. Stebbina, of Boston; Rev.
James Freeman Clnrke, of Boston. Dr. Bel
lows was, we believe, addressed on the sub
ject, in accordance with tho wish expressed
by Iloraco Mann on his death-bed, that he
should bo called to tho post but he has, to
my knowledge, positively nnd decidedly de
clined to be considered in connection with it.
This seems to tne much to beregretted. The
Doctor has just the qualities which would make
a fine eollcgo president. He has fine manners,
and a cheerful, elastic spirit, which always
makes him popular wiih the young; he has the
eloquenco to subdue nnd elevate them; he knows
how to reform the discipline of an institution
where any error may have crept in; he knows
more of the history, difficulties, neods and im
portance of Antioob than any man living; tak
ing all ef which iato consideration, it is a pity he
has refused. The only one of the three othera
named, who could possibly fill the place with
honor to the oollego and himself, is James Free
man Clarke. Mr. Clarke has long been known
and loved in the West; in Louisville, the scene
of his earliest labors, in Zl. Louis, in Cincin
nati, in Chioago, in Milwaukie, he could go to
morrow and find a large church of loving
hoarts around him. His friends are not of any
seot they are Christians, Methodists, Quakers,
Presbyterians, Unitarians, He has not given
to aDy religions party what was meant for
mankind. He has long been associated with a
band of earnest worshipers and workers in Bos
ton, known as the "Disciples," vho have incor
porated with their observances some of the prac
tices of Medodists, Quakers, ftc.
Though he Is an earnest believer in super
naturalism, tho rationalists love to listen to
him. Ho has a mind stored with varied and
rich learning, much, eloquence, and, I suppose,
never spoke a word of nonsense in his life.
His printed works, his sermons, works on Eu
rope and on Prayer, are widely known and ap
preciated. Ho would be a God-send to the
Dr. Peabody, the editor of the North Ameri
on lteviru), and author of several controversal
works in favor of the Unitarian Theology, is a
writer of some stiffness but much ability; a
man of wide reading but not exactly a scholar;
of earnestness but with no address; he would
be a valuable assistant to the more serious and
elderly students of tbo college. With the large
mass, however, of livoly harum-soarum young
men, wo can scarcely iiuagiuo that his influence
could be strong, any more than we can imagine
that to tho aforesaid young men, for literary en
joyment, could bo the old files of tho North
American Itcnicm, Dr. Peabody bas also a lack
ofattruotiveno8s in the pulpit, which unless the
young folk of Antioch are euch as, like Mr.
Choate, " go to their psws as they go to their
beds, for ropoie," would prove a dreary defect.
Of the other personage spoken of, the less
Hydrophobia from a Cat. The Troy Timet
mentions a singular fact regarding young
Thoan, who was mentioned yesterday as hav
ing been drowned near Waterford. Four or
five years ago, the deceased and his brother
were bitten by a oat, which exhibited symp
toms of hydrophobia, and was killed. At a
I a tor period the brother was seized with the
horrible mania, and died. Ever sinoe, the
young man has been subject to convulsive fits,
daring which he Buffered terrible agony, and
lost all control of hit body, for some time.
While fishing on the bank of the Hudson last
Wednesday, he was attacked with one of theseJ
ins, ieti into tne water, ana was drowned.
Ewkct of Spiritualism. An interesting
topic of conversation at Newburvnort. Mass..
ut present is the recent development of free
jiivb jiriumpiea jn ainntuHiiBLio circles mere.
"They say" that two oouplog have already
separated, and, if rumor be true, thore are
others in a fair way to become so, Ono pair
wuo nave aissoivea paruiersnip navo Dcon
united but a few months, and the gentleman
is woll-ltnown in that vicinity as tho former
husband of a distinguished literary lady,
whoso writings are familiar to those acquain
ted with the curront literature of the day.
Whoishef . .
Boys. The boy, said a philosopher, Is the
least understood of any thing in the animal
kingdom. Not long ego the mother of a ju
venile acquaintance of ours h id oooation to
empty the pockets of the youngster, while he
was asleep. The following is an invoioe of the
contents: A broken jack-knife, three nails,
two pieces of brick, an orange pol, one spool,
one marked postage-stamp, several marbles,
three or four buttons, ditto Qsliing-hooks, an
old steel pen, a piece of China ware, and two
cigar stumps. With such a fortune, the hope
of tho house dld'nt care who was President of
th Unitod Statoi.
p3" The best way to humble a proud fool
if to take no notice of him, "
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Additional News by the Hungarian.
Qukbrr, August 21. The following details
of the lltinyarian'i advices are furnished :
The Conference was fully constituted, as fol
Austria Count Coloredo, and Baron Mer
penborg. France Baron Boargneney, and Marquis
Sardinia Chevalier de Sambers and Chev
The government of Zurich had weloomcd the
Embassadors, and were to give them a publio
rooeption on the 1 lib instant.
The first formal sitting of the Congress took
place on the 8th, at which the Surdinian Rep
Tho second sitting was held on tho 9th, but
nothing transpired as to the proceedings.
Urkat Britain, On the 8th, the affairs of
Italy wore debuted in both houses of Parlia
ment. In the House of Lords, the Marquis of
Normandy inquired if there was any objection
to produce the papers relative to the projects of
peace, transmitted to Austria before the Treaty
of Villa Franca. He denounced tbe oonduct of
the Government as one sided, and evincing no
desire to maintain neutrality.
Lord Woodhouse, in reply, reiterated the
statement thnt England sent terms of peace to
Austria at the request of France, but without
giving any advice or expressing an opinion on
the subject. He said it would be most incon
venient to produce the documents, in the pres
ent state of the negotiations.
Earl Granville acknowledged the act of Lord
John Kussell as the united aot of the Cabinet.
In the House of Commons, Lord Eloho
moved an address to the Queen, declaring that
it would bo Inconsistent with the honor and
dignity of England, after having preserved a
strict neutrality, to take part in any confer
ence for settling the details of peace, the pre
liminaries of which had already bson arranged
between the Emperors of Franca aud Austria.
Lord Elcho praised the neutral course of the
late government, and censured the anti
Austrian feeling evinoed by the present
Mr. Kinglaro moved the previous question,
feeling that it would be unwise to bind tbo
government to any line of policy, regard lesa
of ohanges which might tako place at any
Mr, Gladstone said that the eloctor'i motion
was not relative to the present position of af
fairs. The government had no intention of
taking part in settling the details of peaoe on
the basis of the Villa Franca treaty. The
belligerents themselves would settle tboso de
tails, and what would remain to be settled,
would be the great question of Europoan
policy, in which he thought England should
play her traditional part. He defended the
government and willed for a decisive vote
against the resolution.
Fitzgerald said that the object of the resolu
tion was to restrain the Government from car
rying out its porsonal sympathies, which wero
inconsistent witb the treaty obligations of the
country. Parliament sought not to sanction
the Government joining in the Congress with
out being informed of what the Great Powers
hod agreed upon in regard to the subject.
Sidney Herbert argued that the neutrality
expired with tho war, and that he saw no
reason why England could not consistently join
in the Congress.
Messrs. Horrman and Whiteside spoke in
favor of the polioy of tho Government.
Lord John Russell again proclaimed that the
Government had not the slightest intention to
go into a European Congress to settle the details
of tbe peace of Villa Franca; nobody evtr in
vited them to do so. He admitted that there
were difficulties in tho way of the Government
entering in the Congress, and matters were in
that state that no determination had been
arrived at. He appealed to tho House to leave
the question in the haids of the Ministers, who
would dooide when tho whole facts of the case
were before them.
M. Disraeli warned tho Government of the
dangers to be incurred by entering the Con
gress, but stated his objection to the House
coming to a decision after a hasty deliberation,
and hoped that Lord Elcho would not press his
motion to a decision.
After some remarks from Lord Palmerston in
defense of tho course, and in denunciation of
the resolution, Lord Elcbo said thut he was
satisfied with tho administration made by the
Government, and the result of the debates, and
would not press his motion. -
In the House of Lords, on the 0th, the sub
ject of the National Defenses was referred to.
Lord Kingsdown contended that the army
and nary would never be on a satisfactory foot
ing till the Government had the power of com
pulsory service. The Earl of Plpon thought it
would be most injudicious to resort to compul
sory power, and pledged every effort of the
Government to make defonse secure.
In the House of Commons, tbe East India
Lonn Bill was finally passed.
Tho completion of tho steamship 67real
Eatlrm was formnlly celebrated on the 8th,
by a banquet civen on bourd. which wns at
tended by many members of both Houses of
ran lament, and a number of most distin
guished engineers and scientific men. The
engines, both screw and paddle, were set in
motion for tho first time, and tho result was
satisfactory in the very highest degree, and
far beyond expectation.
Lord Stanley proposed the toaBt of, "Suc
cess to the Grtat JEattcrn," and painted in
glowing terms the marvels her success will
accomplish. Mr. Brunei, the engineer, and
Mr. Scott, the builder, were tonstcd, but tho
owner was absent from ill-health. The ship
presented a beautiful and finished aspect,
being almost ready for sen.
The city article of the Timn says in regard
to the stipulations of the treaty alleged to
hnve been arranged between Minister
McLano and Juarez, at Vera Ortiz; that Mex
ico will, from tlio moment tho treaty is rati
fied, virtually pass undor American sway.
It thon adds that the result will bo advant
ageous to Mexico and the world, but thinks
the extent to which privato rights will be
respected or jeopardized, ore anxious ques
tions. Tho American Government is urged
at every step to protect tho interests of for
Tho Grand - Duke Constantino of Russia,
Iravoling undor tho private name of Admiral
Romanolf, hnd arrived nt SpitbeaH in the
frigate Swethnd, and took up his residence at
Ry do, Isle of Wight..
Tlio strike among the building trade has
assumed fnrmidnblo dimensions. The esti
mates of tho mon unemployed range from
twenty thousnnd to forty thousand men.
Tho mnstcr-buildorshad sought the interven
tion of tho Government, but the Home Secre
tary said thnt.ho did not seo liqw he could
London, August 10. In the monoy markot
the demand for money at tbt comtnenoenuent
of the wock sensibly abated, but tbe markot
was agln active at the close.
The fundi had been firm, and Consols' closed
at a slight ndvnnco. Railroad and other secur
ities had pirticipatod in the upward tendency,
Messrs. De Melrlco & Sons, Greek merohants,
mostly in the grain trade, had suspended, with -considerable
An iinprotsion prevailed that the Bank
England would advance its rates of disoOaut
on the 11th Inst. '
Admiral Sir Michaol Seymour (Liberal) was
yesterday elected a member of Parliament for
The Vnilii Neiri city article of Tuesday says:
"The funds to-day were slightly prejudiced by
the news of a partial reaction in the Paris
Bourse, oombined witb the dullness of business.
Consols finally closed about Vt per cent, lower
than on Monday beforo operations.' Specula
tors apparently wish to see tbe result of the
pending conference on the Italian Question."
Tbe most of other departments of the stock
exchange, prices were quoted ratbor low.
There whs a renewed demand for money to
day at the idea being entertained in some
quarters that an advance in the minimum rate
of discount to three per cent, will be made by
the bank on Thursday.
There was do bullion operation at tho bank
to-day. Continental exchanges this aftornoon
experienced a fresh improvement.
R. S. Cule, East India merchant, London,
suspended to-day. but it is thought his liabili
ties are not over 10,000.
The Vaili) Kewt gives tho provisions of Syd
ney Herbert's new bill, providing for a military
reserve force. It authorizes the enrollment
and maintenance of a reserve force of 20,000
men, consisting of soldiers who have previously
served. The force is to be called out twelve
days each year, and permanently la ease of
Tbo Paris correspondent of tho London Pott
telegraphs tho result of the Tuscan elections.
Tney took place with great ordor, and give a
majority to the men of moderate liberalism, but
quite opposed to the restoration of the old dy
nasty. llie advices from Odessa report great activ
ity and improved prices in the grain trade.
The Timet' city article of Tuesday evening,
says: "Tbe English funds experienced fluctua
tions to-day to tho extent of per cent., but
wero chiefly consequent upon the mouietnry
supply or scarcity of stock, and not upon the
foreign news, or new features in the monoy
market. Toero was renewed activity on de
maud fur discounts to-day, and the general
rute was fully equal to tho bank's minimum."
Tbe 'fimt; and several other journals, this
morning, publish an article on Italian affairs,
undor the title of tbe "European Coup d'Etat,"
from the pen of Mazzini.
Prince Albert visited tho Grand Duke Con
stantine at Rydo, yesterday;
The Government had decided on disbanding
the Medical Corps which was raised during tbe
Crimean War, and constituting an entire new
branch of service, to be called the Army Hos
Fraso. The Emporor Napoleon went on
tho 7th to Chalons, to remain there several
It was asserted that Prinoe Richard Metter
nich would remain at Paris as Austrian Min
To Paris correspondent of tho London Star
gives a report that the Emperor had declared
for frco trudoi-btit it lacks confirmation. The
Mouitcur publishes a long official report by
Vice-Admiral Roinnin Do Fosses, regarding
tho operations in the Adriatic. IIo shows
lhat the lleet, consisting of forty-five vessels
of nil classes, anchored before Venice in sight
of the domes of St. Mark, and wns prepared
to open firo when poace was proclaimed.
The Mtmitcur also publishes a document,
clearing Marshal Cnnrobert from any reflec
tion which Gon. Niel'a report of the battle of
Sulferino had cast upon him.
Tho advices from the cotton manufacturing
districts are favorable. Goods were in more
active demand nnd prices had an advancing
tendency. Tho Hour market had been dull,
but closed firmer. Wheat was quiet. The
accounts of the approaching vintage were
quite conflicting. Brandies werefirmer. .
Tho numborof troops from Italy, to march
through Paris on the 14th, is 70,009. Tho
processiou will last seven hours. :
The Times' Paris correspondent saya that
the report was still current that measures
would shortly be officially announced, con
firmatory of the hopes entertained of the
maintenance of peace, and calculated et the
same time to give a general impetus to com
mercial all'iiirf. Ono of them, it is said, will
bo tho reduction of the present excessive
duties on articles of necessity. The comple
tion of tho roads are to be accelerated ani
industrial works iu general are to be encour
agod. A sham fight is to be executed by 40,000
men at the Camp of Chalons. The Emperor
orders Illustrations of tho episodes at Solfe
rino. Tbe Emperor returns to the Camp, in
September, to take command of the maneu
vers. It was reported that General Fleury is to be
raised to a General of Division.
The Paris Comtitutiannel ascribes the pro
posed fortification of Antwerp to the influence
of England, who, forseeing war with France,
wishes to provide herself with an entrenched
camp in Belgium.
Tbe Paris Bourse had been very buoyant,
and rentes at one time were at 70 f. 35c, but
nn the 0th the markot drooped and closed at
There was a better feeling at the close.
Italy. Early on Monday morning, the 7th,
the King of Sardinia entered Milan, accom
panied by bis Ministers, members of Parlia
ment, and the municipal bodies of Turin and
Genoa. Hia Majesty passed through Corso on
herseback amid enthusiastic acclamation. A
JV Dcum was performed, at which the King
was present. IIo afterward received the au
thorities of the city. In tbe evening a general
Illumination took plane. The aspeot of Milan
during the fete was imposing.
Tbe Sardinian Government has recalled tbe
Sardinian Commissioners at Parma and Pia
cenza. Prussia. The news of the dissolution of the
Fronch army cf observation on the Rhine, had
produced a very favorablo effect in Berlin, and
Prussia would at once countermand the con
centrating of troops on the Rhine.
Prussia is about to scud two vessels-of-war
to Japan, to open commercial communication.
The Emperor of Russia will visit Berlin in
The elections for the National Assembly of
tn j rr . , ... ...
i.uscuuy jsseu ou narmoniousiy. All tne
Ministers who were elected are friends of inde
The Opinions, of Turin, says that 60,000
French troops will remain in Italy provision
ally, owing to the dangerous state of some of
The Sardinian Commissioner at Parma in
notifying the municipality of the departure
said that ho loft his secretary charged with the
sovereign powers In the name of tbe people.
This produced a bad effect.
Gkrmanv. Tho relations between Austria
and Prussia almost assume tbe dimensions of a
regular rupturo, and wore regarded as danger
ous to the smaller German States, which were
already looking toward France for protection.
The King of Bavaria apologized for the pass
age of troops through bis territory.
Russia. The onnstruotlon of a railroad, of
the length of seven hundred versta, between
Moscow nnd Saratowa, has been authorized.
The capital of the company wili be 45,000,000
roubles, with a government guarantee for eighty
years at 4J j per cent.
Turkey. The Sultan arrived at Salowits on
the 26th of Jaly. ,
India and China The Calcutta malls of
July2, and Hong Kong of June 20, reached
Trieste, and will arrive in London on the 11th
instant. ' v' .i . m .-,:- .
1 A considerable reduction of native troops had
beon ordered In India. , ,,
The imports of Caloutta were daH, and ex
ports flat. Freights: were firmer. Exchange
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IN ALL ITS BBAM IIE4!
NO. 8 EA8T.FOUJJTH TlilJKT,,
Between Main and Sycamon,', ' ' -CINCINNATI.
BBrte-blndlng In every style, lluslc Bnoks neat
ly and durably boand. il. UKOITEK.
P. IS, CLOON & CO., - -)
Cinciunati Bakery and Flour Store
No. 31, Corner of Sycamore and Front sta. - ' - -
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Pilot and Loaf Bread, Soda, Boston, Bngar.Ftc-iisci.; 1
Water and Butter Crackers. Alto, all grade, of
LOUB at Wholeaale aud Retail. je3u-amt
ANDERSON 4 H ANN AF0R.D, Architect, '
8. W. earner Third and Syenmore it.., . '''
jyl r i - CINCINNATI. OHIO.
; MAIN STREET
BETWEEN FIIONT AND SECOND, CINCINNATI. . ,
F. P. CAIIILL, Proprietor.
jyltcm i i1
rOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
w T tho citizen, of Cincinnati that lie ha. upenl
anoftiee at No. lLtiVet Sixth street, for the trent-
nieutor CONSUMPTION and CUBOMIO LJbEAM'a , f
geuemllv. Consultation free. ,
sM'ODIct boom, into andite4. ' - i i
swilesideucu, 233 West Fourth street. jolO-cml
I'LLLAN & WILLIAMSON,
(At the old stand of Fnllan, Hatfield A Brown,)
No. S3 WEST 8KC0NDST,,
CINCIUNATI. . ;'
otiPH FciLAH, formerly of Pallan, Hatfield A Browa
wis .a. wutiAMsuM. snrta-AOW
B.B.PULUH. GZO.UATrlEUb. T.S.1BOWI. .SXIBKBa Cu I'
PULLA.N, IIATF1ELD & BROWN, '
AND AOSKTS KB
CINCINNATI STEAM SUGAR REFINERY j
No. SS Columbia (or Second) street. -
SKtr Beflned Sugars and Sirups always on hand.
mr-AO , j
THOS. H. WEA8NER, - i
DKALEB IN ALL R1NOS OP
BUILDING LUMBER, LATH,
8H1NGI.T59, ETC., ETC., .
371 Plum Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
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F. M. MOORE, 1
N. E. COttNEll THIRD iV ItACE etTH.,. ("'
Orders promptly attended to, ' ciI7.
JOHN P. IlAttRlSOJiV u
ATTORNEVT-AT-LAW, and Commissioner' "''
for Ohio and other Stales. Office, Koiitn-eitat '
comer Fifth end Mttdiioii-ttv.'ts, lM.t-'bon, Ku- .
uieky. iiulfi-uni ' -i
WATC11 & JEWELRY HOUSE
16 West Fourtli Street,
Where can be had every article appertaining to the
Business at a much lens price, for CASH, ttma :
bas ever before been offered in this market, ,..
GIVE US A CALL'
And set for yourselves. nptt
JEWELER, . ; , ..... -No.
MJ. N. I. Cor. iftband VlKe tvrrts, betweo
Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati. '
AgoodnmortinentofSILVKRatid PLATBD WAKi, ,
SPKCTACLS, etc., kept cotieimiliy on licnd. ' '
Special attention given to Cleaning ami Jlepairing
Watcha. and Jewelry. my in
BGGS A SMITH, No. nTert4tli "st. '
ARE NOW RECEIVING ADDITION. TO ",
their large assortment of Watches, Jowelrr,
Silverware and Diamonds.
AvlSO - ' i i
A fine assortment of Plated Tea Sets and Cnllory
and Opera Glasses. 324
D. B. ANDKEWsTn!
WATCH MAKER AND JEWELER ,
No. 336 Filth Street,
on doob wist or run.
All work warranted to perform well, If not, tie 1
chane. 1 .
elryaold cheap. joCt-la!
D. DE FOREST, 1 fi
Boob Binder and Paper Ruler, ,. ,
Third story Times Building, will do all wprk In hi .
lino with neatness and dispatch. jvl'B-lf "
DE. M. ROGERS, '
OP LONO EXPERIENCE IN THIS CITY, .
Office, No. 84, Seventh-street,
THIRP doob TOT OP VINK,.
aulB-amf CINCINNATI. '
(Successor to Raowlton A Taft.) ,
No. 50 Went Fourth 8u, bet. Walnut Vine.
S. L. UAHLKN.
. a. eaiTa.
Drs. IUMLEN & SUITE.
No. 3 Weit Vo'
DE. S. WAEDIE, "
X E N T I S T
, , . Office No. Ii8 West Fourth street, .
H.. S. WINSLOWv
NO. 151 SVUAJJOKETUKJiT, BELOW I'ui'Ii,
fB. J- WILSON'S Office, 58 West .Fourth-: '
iSLT atroet, where he may be 'en-iilte.d d.'iliv fur all
remaps Uiiiipkluta, Itillnninnilioir uf th Cervix, . ;
rrelapsus 1 Otei-ea, all ilinplaeuincniH oi tlio (Vniub, s
spinal and lnibi-al affections, nnd ciiIkm .i-ganicdi..
cases common to female.. The lx tnrV h.iiu evp.
rlonce and recent dlacuvury in the livntnieiit :nl ftia
above diseaae., can uut Ull to ji vB entire MtWfacUun. .
rne Doctor s agent fm a IMroivan Keumlo iimnthly
Pill; price .1 and two stamps. nMni
R. S. T0.V M. li
Office, 80 West 8eventh Street,
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