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TIJE DAILY PRESS
It printed and published (ally, Sundays exoepM,) by
O. IT. IIATiTi,
At, Ho. 4 Wet Fourth Street,
"t delivered to aiibm-rltiera In CINCINNATI. COV
INOION anil NEWI'OBT.aad lo surrounding cities,
villages and towni, at
SIX CENTS A WEEK.
parable to the curler.
PRICES OP MA1UHO.
Mngle Copies, I eta.; One Month, 40 cU.j Three
Mentha, l on; On Tear, ft 00.
AMUSEMENTS.
NEW NATIONAL THEATER
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Lawte Bakkb, Sole Lessee; D. A. Bauidai, Stage
Manager, W. C. TauMrsoca, Treasurer.
Sixth wwk of the engagement of tb celebrated
M'lle Louise Wells' Equestrian and Dra
matic Troupe.
Tt'KSDAT EVENING, May 17, wlllbe presented for
the first tiim. In this city, the great eg. iicstrian drama
In time acts, called
EAGLB EYE.
Cogtiesse, M'lle I.onlse Wells; Fugle Eye, nttoliou
tas. Hr.U.,J. Arnold: Bob. Mr. W. T. Ajnmi; John
Smith, Mr. I.ctriiigwcll; Red Ilund, Mr Slnvin; Cha..
Mtuuley, Mr. Naglc; Mm. Suiitu, Mil. Wllktua.
f Te conclude with (he laughable farce railed lliu
fr'.ti . TURTLES.
Jlon. Mr.'l.cvlson, Mr. Mortimer; Mr. Turtle, Mr.
Hamilton; Mrs. Turtle, Mis. Julia Jones.
Wood's Theater
OOBNKB SIXTH A VINE St.., CINCINNATI.
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Of.oroi; Wood, Manager; 0. 0. BarAKT, Stage Man
ager; P. B. Umstro, Treasurer.
Notice, Timii Uuakokd, Doumopen at o'clock:
Performance commences t 7H o'clock.
Pbick or Aomission. Dress Circle aud Parquette,
Ml cents; Family circle, to couta.
Seatacau be secured at the Boi (iRIce from 10 A.
M . nil til P. M .
. Second night of the celebrated Comedienne,
. Mt-i MAIiGlK M1TC11K1.I,,
Who In returning from her Southern und Western
tour, lib h hue been oueor unparalleled success. Hlie
w ill appear to-morrow night in her famous chiirartei
of "Ccuterliio," in "The Pirate Priuco."
'TPlSSCAr EVENING, May 17, will he presented,
for the second time In this city, an original drama, In
three acts, written expressly tor Miss Maggie Hit
choll, hy Jainoe Pilgrim, jr., entitled
THE PIRATE PRINCE:
0b, Thk Spy ok Naplbh.
Coiiterino .M UIhs Mitchell.
liertoldo M r lello ... Mr. Kllsli-r.
Count Maiifrouo Mr. Collier
Irand Duke of Naples Mr. Warwick.
rerdlnaud, King of Naples Mr. Smith
on;.lea Mr. UIkssIoiiI.
Canine Miss Everltl.
Overture .....Orchestra,
To uonclude with
TIIK MAID WITH THE MILKING PAIL.
Milly, rwitb Kougs) Muggle Mitchell.
Loid lhilander Mr. Elislci.
Algernon Mr. Warwick.
In preparation, the now pleco called "The Utile
Savage," aud , "My Grandfather's Will; or, the Man
of Straw," .
Daughters of Temperance
A NN UA L
3Pio-nsrio
WILL take place on WEDNESDAY, Mar
18,169. The fine eteaiu-bout Champion Ho.
3, has been engaged, aud will start from the foot of
Walnut street, at seven o'clock A. M., anil will lami
at the loot ol Wostuni Itow and the foot of Fifth
street, and will proceed from thence to a beautiful
grove sixteen miles below this city. Good music bus
been seeured aud a good time may confidently be ex.
d,v.T'ckoi admitting lady and, gentleman, fl;
lttdlca' tickota 50 cents; children 24 cents; to be had
at the House of Employment, No. 1.48 Fifth street, at
Dr. Cooper a, .10 Fifth street, and of members of thu
0rd"- uiyll-lt
UNIQUE AND INTERESTING
EXHIBITIONS !
w
'E have the pleasure of announcing to the
, , ' SI several grand aixnirn-
tiona ol the spleudld Punoramlc. Pantoacopa of the
Gold Itegious, ut
Melodeon Hall,
Commencing WI)NlCdDAlf EVENING, May nth,
Startlug from St. Joseph, Mo., and passing along
through the recently discovered Gold Mlneaof Kan
sas and Nebraska, gaging upon the busy groups ol
miners at work iu r'tho diggings," aud upon the
numerous works of Natajre which line the Overland
Route to the far oft' Pacific; visiting the principal
ties aud towns of California, and ending at San
Fraucisco,
COVERING 40,1)00 FEET OF CANVAS!
W Kvory scene is faithfully decided from da.iier.
reotvpes.
Admission 23rents; children 13 cents.
Commence at e o'clock.
Afternoon Exhibitions every day, commenc
ing Thursday ufturnoon at 3 o'clock. . inyll
WESTERN MUSEUM.
NEW AND INTERESTING ENTERTAINMENT
EVERT DAY AND EVENING,
tHE LARGEST COLLECTION OF ANTI
QUITIES IN THE UNITED STATES.
N. E. Corner Sycamore and Third Sts.
OriWeek Only.
MADAME II LAN CUE THE
world-rcnowed Plniiot Reader and Female Bo.
tauical Physician, lias arrived and taken rooms it
siroets, where she can be consulted on all kinds id'
busiuesa. Also, for persons born In March, April,
May, June, Beptomher, October and Dcoeniber, she
will select numbers lu any legalized lottery that will
draw capital prizes. Parents having children born
in those months, can got their numbers and draw
prizes on them.
The Madame in a thorough physician, and cures
without lull, (of which she has ample proof,) all
diseases of females, lntlamraution, ulceration, and
fulling of thu womb, coughs and colds. Also, all
the diseusua of the spine, curvaturo of tho spine, cni-e
aud struitein, without injury to the general health,
and iu a tery short time. Also, all kinds of chronic
diseases that huniau flesh is heir to; the worst form
of womb disease cured iu from four to six weeks.
For particulars call on the Madame, ut her rooms
iu thu Hotel, or seo email bills. Ottlce hours from
A.M. to V I'. M. Terms Reading tho pUnets:
ladles, Jl; gents, Hi; lottery numbers, J3; talismaus,
510 to .'0. Treating of diseases, extra. ayU-cni
To the Ladies.
THE BOUDOIR
Double-Thread Sewing Machine
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
Double-thread Sewtn Machine ever offered
In the Cincinnati market. . ;
This Machine possesses advantages war anr thine
now lu uae.
if, ' '
Offics in Melodeou Building, corner Fourth and
Walnut, up atairs. ... ,
sifui. wuwu ,u m tt an, uu avuiu
k ... ln U7...4 ...J D..,k
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TSnd for circular. Address
, W. E. Bramaii & Co.
ap22-ly
MAMMOTH STEAM-POWER
Billiard Table Manufactory
a A
J. M. BRUNSWICK V BRO.
Coinblnation Patent Cushions. Patent obtained Deo,,
ftif, approved to be th beat Patent Cushiona ever
invented by all tit eoieutifle PUyere.
A large assortment or Mvble Slat, and Wooden-Top
Tables always on haa 4 and ready lor shipping
OgU, No. SI Sixth tlrtt, hl. Afaw A WaW
OINflTMNATI, OHIO.
WM.
whitakefT
t nw wt vn
No. MH N. E. Cor. Fifth and Lodge atresia, between
Walnut ami Vine, Cincinnati.
g0?.,,??rVn!Uof U t VKB and VI. ATED WARE,
el hcrACI.fi, etc, kept constantly on hand.
Special attention given to Cleaning and Repairing
Watches and Jewelry, uiy 10
VOL. I. NO. 73
L. . ' ' , 1 " ' -
CINCINNATI, TUESDAY
MORNING, MAY 17, 1859.
PRICE ONE CENT.
STRANGER'S GUIDE.
nnilE AVONDALE AND READING ROAD
JL OMMIIl'BKH leave their Ofllce, No. 171 Walnut
street, at a, In, and II A. M.: at 1, 4:30, and II P. M.
Sundays, IV A. M. and 8 P. M. in I -a v.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTSA6EED3.
Wlldort lloblnaon cfcfo., 430 Walnut street.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Aepleaate A Co., No. 43 Main at.
Anderaon, (Jnte Jk Wrlahl, 1 14 Main at.
BURNING! FLUID AND COAL OIL,
Chaa. A. JnnalmimM, corner Third aud Mill ata.
CABINET MAKER'S HARDWARE.
ItlcAlpin, Uiniiinn Ac Co., IO! Walnut at.
J. L. Wayne fc Hon, 1i4 Maiust.
CKURS AND TOBACCO.
Kennet, Dudley Co., 14 Main at,
FANCY GOODS AND JEWELRlf "
Gardlner'a Auction Ilonae, 134 Main a
FLUID INK MANUFACTURER.
J.J Uuller, 39 Vine at.
FOREIGN A DOMESTIC FRUITS.
John Hitched, U College Building, Walnnt at
LOOKING-GLASSES. Etc.
Win. Wlawell.Jr., TO West Fourth at.
MEDICINES.
Dr. ('. W. Itobnck's Scandinavian Blood PIMa
aud Blood l'urillur. No. 0 East Fourth street, sec
ond building from Main.
PAPER MANUFACTURERS.
Rnchrlor, DrCmnp cV Co., HI Walnut ...
Pollock & iMcClill, 'ill Walnut st.
Nixon cV Chatflcld, ? 7 anil 79 Walnut at.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Or. W. II. Swaaitrn 10? Longorth si.
lr. W. II. Beck, N7 Broadway.
Dr. J. C. Berk, Broadway.
SADDLERY A CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS.
Hanter, Edmeaton Ac Co. itiS Main at.
SCALES, BEAMS AND TRUCKS.
T. W. Wright fc Co., No. 10 Weat Second st.
SEWING MACHINES.
Geo. B. Hloat Ac Co., 34 Woet Fourth street.
SUGAR-CANE AND GRAIN MILLS.
Hedaea, Free & Co., tf Main st,
AVATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Becca cV Smith, West Fourth at.
Oakmup Ac Bro. 10H Main at.
WINDOW SHADES AND OIL CLOTHS.
Snowrien A Otte, 41 West Fourth at.
Sawyer ft Kirk) 8 College Hall, Walnut at.
WIRE CLOTH AND PRODUCTS.
H. a. Burnett Ac Co., 47 Walnut at.
MEDICAL CARDS.
R. 8. NEWTON, M. D.,
Office, 90 West Seventh Street,
BETWKEH VIM AMD RACE.
soc
O. E. NEWTON, M. E.
OrncE No. 90 West Seventh atreet, between Vine
and Rare, Residence No. 53 Heveuth atreet, be
tween Walnut and Vine. Orrtcs Houaa 74 to l0
A. M.j IH to 2H P. M.; 7 to a P. M. 231
DENTAL CARDS.
I. L. HAMLEM.
u. a. aaiTU.
Drs. HAMLEN & SMITH,
DENTISTS,
No. 3 West Fourth St.
178
SB. S. WAEDLE,
E N T I 3 T ,
Offioa No. 138 West Fourth street,
CINCINNAII OHIO I
SALOONS, &c.
INDIAN QUEEN COFFEE SALOON
No. Si) East Pearl.
Keep constantly nn hand, Hot Coffee, Tea, Chocolate',
BeefSUak, Bam and Eggs, c, Ac, Ac.
BESTDEg IIOE. 10A
G. W. TAGART & CO.,
JOB PRINTERS,
-KTo. lo
west Fourth Street,
OPPOSITE THE DAILY PRESS.
ap27-bw
Special IVolicc.
H
AVING FITTED UP MY ST0PE, AT
137 Main street, between Third uuA v.,rtl.
ill a tnstv and snnttrh manner, ami h.vitiuu. u na..t.
ner Mr. 8. P. DURANUO, formerly or New York
City, aud lately from one of tho test ostalillshmuuts
iu this city, where he has been cutting for the iisst
year, together with as lino a stock of Goods as ever
came to Cincinnati, I uui prepared to give my old
Satrons, as well as strangers, satisfaction in all the
eportmeiits of trudo.
I invite a special call of tho friends of Mr. 8. I.
DURANUO.
Copartnership.
TDK undersigned having, on tho 1st day of April,
associated tboniaelvos together fur thu purpose of car
rying on thoAlorcliantTailorliigandlieiits' Furnish
ing huMnens, under the stjle of REDMAN A 1)1 -RANDO,
at the old stand of u. T. Hkiiman, No. 117
Main street, between Third aud Fourth streets, Cin
cinnati, Ohio. B. T. REDMAN,
u - . P. DCRANDO.
M. M. t'OOK A. M. COOK.
M.II.COOK&CO.
PROPRIETORS OF
Great WeBtern Planing Mill,
WHITE WATER. CANAL,
BET'N FIFTH A SIXTH STS... - ( lnilimatl, O.
REGULAR DEALERS IN
White aud Yellow Pltie, Poplar and
Hemlock Lumber, iluUdliigr Tim
ber, Sbliiglea, &c, 3.C.
ALBO MANUFACTURERS OF
PLANED FLOORING, DOORS, SASJI,
BLINDS, PACKING BOXES,
Portable Cottages, and every thing in the
Building Line,
my
MARBLE WORKS,
CORNED, PLI.U AND EIGHTH HTH.
WM. BR00KFIELD Si BON WOULD
u c,!i attention to their large stock of Marble
Mantles, Monuments, aud Posts to aiark corners of
Cemetery lota, of every size of Italian and American
Marble. mya-aiae
COVINGTON ADVERT'S.
M. V. DANIEL & CO.,
Dealer In
Millinery G-oods
RIBH0N8, STRAW GOODS, 8II.K8, PL0NPK
1A0K8, FI.OWr.KS, RLCHJCM, 110.
. niatliaon Ntrnrt.
CAHILL 8 Old stand, a lew doors above Fifth
at0 oovuuiioa, ai.
THE PRESS.
CINCINNATI. TI KHDAY, MAY IT.
Departures of Trains.
INIIIAXAMLII AND CINCINNATI 5:.'St A. H.I Iftlsj M.i
t'.tixt r. m.
t'lNt'iNNAvt, Hamilton and liAVDoN-Imllanapolla
and Cleveland, i':ioa. si.; Haiitlifky Mall. :ooa. m.:
Nimliisky, t.'M r. H.; Aocuniinodatiou, ikoo .-. m.
Little Miami Cleveland nud Plttfbug, 6:00 A. m.;
Cleveland, I'ittxburg and I)cllair,H:oo a. m.: Coluni
bus Arconiiiioflatioii, 4:in p. m.; Clovelaud, Pitts
burg nud Del lair, ll;p. u.
Ohio anii MiHMiHHtrpt M. 1omIs, KM A.M.; Louis.
villi-, b:W r. H.; St. Lonia, SKlli l'. m.
PlTTHRl'Rll, ClIM'MBtia and Cincivnati f Hteulienvillo
Hliort Lluev Kast Front-street Depot 6:UU A. M.:
e;0A. .;ll:.iur. a.
Ci.vr,i.ANii, C'oi.i'asi'H and Cincinnati East Front
street 0:UU A. h.; 0,00 a. m.; 11:00 r. u.
ClNl.'INNATI AND MARIETTA A:l A. M.J 3:.T0 P. M.
Ckntbai. Ohio From Cast Front-street Depot-8 UO
A. m.; il.M r, m.
Arrivals of Trains.
Indianapolis A Cincinnati 9: W A. .; .1:50 r. M :
:30P. H. '
Ciniinnvii, Hamilton anu I'.ivton 1:tb a. h.; ii
A. m.;o:1U p. m.; 10:1up. h.
Little Miami J:;iu a. m.; 1:SS p. m.; 7:10 p. .; m ts
P. M.
Maiiilitv anu Cincinnati 10:W A. m.; !:I5 r. m.
Ohio and Mississippi 7:00 a. m.; 1:3U p. m.; lu:10 p. h
Local News.
TaTSoe "Local News" on Third Pnc.
Francis Koch, a Herman, charged with
breaking a spittoon over hia wife'a head, was
mulcted by tho Police Court, youterday, iu the
low fine of $! aud cunts.
The individual charged with being instru
mental in producing an abortion, will have an
examination to-day before tho Police Court.
As he claims tho charge to bo entirely mali
cious, and without foundation, we suppress bis
name until tho termination of the investiga
tion. Michael Cani iklo and his wife Margaret
were found iu tho streets on Sunday night, in
a beastly state of intoxication, and brought to
the Station House. Tho wife had a bottle of
whisky concealed on her person which she was
very loth to give up to the officers. Judge
Lowe sent them both to the Station House,
yesterday, to serve cauh a torin of twenty days.
Wi notice the likeness of our friend Tosso
displayed in the musio etore windows; also,
that of Miss Sophie Werner, who will assist
Mr. Tosso at the conoert on Thursday night.
Tbeie fine Photographs were executed by
Hawkins. By the way, those who purchase
two tickets will bo presented with a photo
graph io card of Mr. Tosso's. Tickets can be
found at the musio stores.
Sensible Advice to Young Meu.
Tho following article, from tho Cayuga Chief,
contains so many valuable suggestions, and
such pithy advice, to our young men, that we
publifh it, and hope that every perspti, bath
old and young male and female will care
fully read it, and then cut it to read the next
time they are a til ic tod and tormented with the
blues. Every word of it is true, and by re
ineiubering its injunctions you will be greatly
benefited:
That never will do, young manl No use to
stand on the sidewalk and whine about hard
luck, and say that every thing goes against
you. You are not of half the consequence that
your talk would lead us to believe. The world
hasn't declared war against you. You are like
all the rest of us a mare speck upon the earth's
surface. Were you this moment to go down in
tho living tide, but a bubble would linger for a
moment upon the surface, and even that would
vanish unnoticed. The heart is full of hope
and ambition, but is not missed when it oeases
to boat. One such as you would not loave a
ripple.
You are a coward a soward in battle.
There is no fight in you. You have surren
dered without a strugglo, and now whine be
cause you are beatenl You are not yet worthy
of a triumph, for you have not yot earned it.
In garret, hut, and dripping cellar are ten
thousand heroes who would put you to shame.
Tbey must toil or starve. The strife is a des
perate one with them, for they wrestle with
want, while ragged and despairing ones watch
at the lone hearth tho fearful contest. Strong
men look death in the eye when thoir sinews
arc strung by the wail of hungry ohildhoud.
Shame on youl In the full vigor of health
and manhood, no mouth but your owu to till,
aud no back but your own to cover, and yet
crouching under the first scourgiags of adverse
fortune. You know nothing of the storm, for
you have seen but the summer. One cloud has
frightened you, und you thiuk you are hardly
dealt by. You will be lucky, if you find no
darker shadows across your path. Stand up,
young sir, pull your hands from your pockets,
throw off your coat and take fortune by tho
throat. You may be thrown again and again,
but hang on. Put away the nonsense that the
world is all against you. 'Tuin't so. Your
destiny is in your own strong arm I with un
bending will, and honor and truth for your
guide, the day is your own.
No capital, eh? You have a capital, Uo
has' given you perfect health. That is an Im
mense capital to start on. You have youth and
atrength all invulnerable. Add a will to do,
put your sinews in motion, and yon will win.
A man In full health and strength should never
whiue or dispalr becauso fortune does not pour
a stream of goldon engles into his pockets. If
you hare no money, work and got it Indus
try, economy and integrity, will do wonders.
From such beginnings fortune have been
reared. They can ' be again. Will you try it?
Or will you wait for the stream to run by, so
that you van walk dry shod Into the El Dorado
of wealth? Or will you meet the waves defi
antly, and be the architect of your own for
tune? '
Tar it is glorious to ooauuer in the strife.
CovittQTOH Mayoh'8 Cuuet. David Boyd,
for obstructing street, was fined $1,50 and
costs, .. ,
Jos. Woddle, for drunkenness, was 'fined
11,76, in default of payment was tent to jail.
LAW REPORT.
SUPERIOR COURT.
or 1o.i) A'I.unst the ken IV
T" farmers' College vh. The ICxit.hIoih ol 'lia.
.Jl'-Vlicken. In Room No. 1 ol' the filierior Court,
'"go Htorer gave an opinion in this mx The
I "intlns, an incorporated Institution ty a law ..!
""io. seek to recover aiii.tsai. an amount miIibci ilwd
l' the late I 'has. MeMiekcn to endow cerlaiu I'lo
loors in llii- College, alol extend the knowledge of
agi'leiilliipe, Imrh rieiilillc nud practical. In lws
"'' Mi Mil ken died without liavinu I'lld any portion
"' 'he fund he had sitletcl il eil. and since hl ilnren.e
this in lion was hroiidht. The Defendants for the pur
iof nlitnlliing a judicial construction of nil the
iiuestions Involved, illed their an-iwer-iiilmittiiig the
snlwriptioii vrns made, lint denting, find, that niiv
demand durlnu; Mi JInken's life of the sum now
claimed to he due; and sei ondlv, Unit there was no
mention ol' the suhiect in his will. They allege,
thereloro, Hrt, that the paper milwrlhed l.y the tes
tator did not create any lciil obligation on his part;
and secondly, thai the conditions contained In the
snlwi rlption were not fnlHIIed l.y the Piaintilf accor
ding to its ternis.
No far as any or all of the iliectloii were con
cerned, the Court Intimated Ihat thov had no weight
to prevent thu Court rendering a decree for the
iinioiiut or the subscription; nor f hero he any doubt
lor the sutlicieiicv of the consideration. In former
limes there was some hesitation on the pirt ol Courts
Hi allowing subscriptions of this nature to he recov
ered. A President of the I'liited Stales was a defend,
ant in one suit In Mii.sai liiisetls. where the n 1 i . 1 it
ot siii'h subscriptions was snci csstnllv iiutcil: ami
tho Supreme Coin t ol that Statu hcld'lhere could he
no recovery. But lor a series of years thai rule has
had no efficacy eien in that Mtate: and certalnlv it
has not prevailed iu oilier Slates w hero the Courts
hae taken an enlightened view ot the justice and
the right ot such cases as this: ami it is now hold
that wherever an existing corporation wishes to raise
a limd for the purposo of sustaining a professorship
already In existence, or to establish a new professor
ship, or Improve tho condition ol the college Itself,
nudthutau) p.ill subscribes, it bocoini sohligatoty
on that part to make payment.
It is regarded as a proposition miide to the Institu
tion by the poison who subscribes, and I heir ac
ceptance id it creates I ho contrai l. This bnuuslhe
case within the rule of all other cases, and puis the
parlies outlie right of contract. Niiuiurousauthoritles
might be referred to. but the Court would slmelv
clto n cuse In the 12th Pickering, n, .Ml. Ho t Judge
S.i was satisfied the estate was bound to pay the
money, and he unileratonfl the KvMoitorM wr., will
ing to be bound by whatoverupluloii the Court might
em-.
f Inn n,utl..r 1 1... f 4 f..W K.......1 .. ..r... ...
POrlians. Were iliiliviilo.-il nlbo lM nnuloeH, n n,,.u
real mid substantial boiictlf tlinii tho exertions of
inose gentlemen wno compote the directorship of
this College: for it seems, tli.it after a scries nl v.ru
engaged iu fho lsisini; of money for the purposo of
,o,oi uroiuary woi in, iney.w irn lltoomilable energy,
raised a subscription of i-locumi to establish an
Horticultural Professorship both bciciitiliv and prac
tical, puri based property worth Jfj.issi, uud pro
ceeded to erect bitlldiuga which are nu honor to the
Htute. The enterprise was one alike honorable to
the parties tbeui lve, a. to tho public who haio been
so generous.
A judgment was then otdered for fliijjco, w ith iu
teiest from April, bs7
Judge Caldwell and J. W. C.ibtwell for pluiutiff:
Judge Key and Alphonso Talt for defense.
HAMILTON COUNTY DISTRICT COURT.
The bearing of chancery cases has commenced in
this Court. Nothing of any spcci.il interest is yet.
PROBATE COURT.
Insa!iiv. Konig Koyser, a native of Eni-Church,
Oermahy, only a few days iu this conutiy, wus
brought up for examination as a lunatic, she ap
peared to be about fifty years of age, and was appa
rently iu a very desponding condition of mind.
Trouble and nil-fortune ou tier pasago uero sup
posed to be the exciting causes of her luesnily. bhe
was sent to the Asylum.
Shop-miter Arrested. The firm of Hop
kins i Cole, dry goods dealers, ou tho cor
ner of Fifth and Vine streets, have lately
lost many and valuable goods, through the
agency of shop-lifters. Among other erti
clcs, they have missed several pieces of silk.
Yesterday morning, a young woman cumc
into their store with e fragment of Bilk hav
ing on it the trudo-mark ot tho linn, and
which they at once recognized um a remnant
of one of the piece btolen. Sho tnld them
she procured it from u Uormuii girl named
Mary Abelhurt, who lived ut Durinunu's
Tavern, Cuiumiusville.
Information was lodged at tho office of the
Chief of Police, and officers Worloy, Hopkins
and Wilson proeoeded to Cuinminsvillo and took
the girl in oustoJy. Sho lit lirst denied all
knowledge of the stolen jjoods, but subse
quently confessed to having the silk in her pos
session, and delivered it tip. No other goods
belonging to Cole A Ilopkins wore found with
her, but her trunk, filled with a general assort
ment of goods, supposed to have been stolen
from other places, was brought to tho city. A
quarrel between Miss Abolhurt and the girl
was the occasion of the hitter giving information.
Strawberries asd Stabs! Saturday even
ing, "holpmeet" on one arm, basket of straw
berries on the other, wo wended our way up
Mount Adams, to tho point muaiv.riited for ce
lestial purposes. First took a viow through
the telescope the largest in the world but two,
we believe saw Mrs. Luna, a very ancient
lady, movingat a veryi rate. Friends sug
gested a feast from the basket a feast of
strawberried anif what? Cream wo bad
nonel Milk we bad none 1 1 With one sweep
of the "Urand Refractor" Prof. M , well
known the world over for his astronomical re
searches and discoveries, " brought down "
the tialaxy :
"Ilore, my friends, hcre't the yimt hiijhimn
milk, feast away on your 'McAvoys' and
anon look at the l ut Lucteu."
We feasted all feasted first on earth's
richest viands then on uiderial food. We
sawall saw:
"A broad and ample road, whose dust is gold,
And pavement, stars, us stars to thee appear,
Been IlithelJalaxy, that MILKY WAY
J hicb nightly, as a eirdiug zone, thou seest
Powdered with stars."
N. B 0. U. Ueflroy A Co., of the "Gibson,"
are entitled to the thanks of the company
for the ttrmebtrrlei Prof. M for the
oecWiW nuVA .'
Tut Uyi.ng Nevkh Wlef. It i-, a striking
fuet, the dying nover weep ! The circle 1
nobbing, ugouized hearts around, produce
not one tear. H it Urnt he iu iu.ieusiblo und
still' already in the chill of dinwilutiou ?
That can nut be lor he asks lor his father'
hand its if to gain atrength iu tho mortal
struggle, and leant on tho broa.il of mother,
brother or sister, with still conscious, nilcc
lion and just before expiring at eve, alter a
long day's conversation with tho Augei of
Summons, he suye to his oldest bu t'ier the
hist audible good-night of earth " ICiss ni,
kiss me!" It must be becauso the dvinir
hava reachetl n ,nmt c., r.u,
.... .w utcji in- ciirimy
cryinc and weeping. They are luce to t'aco
with higher aud hoher beiuga, with the
..v, iu Ucu,cu, buu iue uugoi uiroiiir. led
011 bv tho Bon himaalf, an,i ...i... " .u .
. .. - ; , 'iiai ru ills
griols ol a mourning, toars of a dyintr fare-
Willi h. ,1 I 1 . .. . ,1..... 1 , , V
,v ,u, mo; aro suea oy tne uearest
,,).n.earlJh,u that bright ot immortal
lite and everlasting reunion V
. obuis. in Virginia A writer in
the Richmond Dispukh takes a more scusible
view than usually prevails lit that region on
the question of labor. This writer says thut
there in a scarcity of labor iu Richmond, that
the productive intercut aro suirering from
this deficiency, and that white labor, al
though the best, cheajiest, end most profita
ble, is not to be ohtaiupd. He ndvinea, there
fore, that the laws bo so modified as to invito
to the city the frae negroea, who are now re
pelled, and to employ them.
COMMUNICATIONS.
[For the Daily Press.]
A Card.
In Iho issue of tho Dnily Press, of this city
of the Uth inat., an arliclo in found headed,
" MUBDKHKU B Sl'IHITl'AUKTS," in which it is
slated thnt an old and eminent lawyer of this
city found his denlh through "a communica
tion from the Spirit world prescribing the pro
per course of treatment for his recovery."
Although wo regard this as an invasion of a
suncluury which nil rogard as sacred, the smit
ten privnto circle, yet Hint uo improper im
pression nmy ro abroad among thu friends of
llio beloved deceased, we stuto that turn three
or four months sinco William R. Morris, Esq ,
tho husband nnd father of tho undersigned,
waa stricken wilh parulaysis: that under the
skillful troatiucnt of Uoctor Wright, au emi
nent and old alonnthio physician of Spring
hold township, and tho medical advisor of the
family for some liftocn or twenty years, he
partially rallied from his first attack which has
deprived him of tho uso of his right side aud
ulo of speech; that he had subsequent shocks,
and when his danger became imminent ad
ditional medical skill wus summoned in tho
person of Doctor Tildcu, of Sandusky, than
whom there is not iu tho State perhaps one ot
nioro learning and distinction. We say most
emphatically that this attack is most uncalled
for inasmuch as its allegations are unsupported
by a single fact, everything relating to the ill-ne.s-s
and death of the lamented deceased having
boon, including hisuicdical treatment, governed
by (be most approved skill aud science.
W. R. MORRIS, JR.
SARAH L. MORRIS.
Tho authors of the above card assume Ibat
our article of tho SUh inst. had reference to the
demiso of Wm. R. Morris, Esq., and take m
to task for invading tho privacy of the home
sanctuary. We hat e only to reply that, in the
case to which yte alluded, we havf tho best of
ajsurances tbut other treatment thun that re
commended by Dr. W., the physician in at
tendance, was most urgently objected to bv
that gentleman, and that, whon he found the
friends of the invalid persisted iu rejecting his
advice, he refused to call on the patient profes
sionally, or in any other manner than as a
friend. Wo have said nothing derogatory to
the professional skill or Dr. Tilden, nor do we
know him in the case.
Since our article of the Uth inst. we have
been called upon by a gentleman, a friend ot
the afflioted family, aud ono who had, or
seemed to have, mnoh faith iu the now treat
ment to which the patient was subjected.
Upon asking him what that treatment was, he
replied that it was simply (he laying upon ,y
hnmU. If thii be the iuiritual soecifia for n
the ills that flosh is heir to, it Is as well the
worm Bhould know it, and 8ave their doctors
bills.
[COMMUNICATED.]
Mr. Eunoa: I perceive by your issue of
the date that you have, as well as many others,
boen misled relative to the case of Alexander
Pfiformau, in which a o7e was recently entor d
in the Police Court. Tho charge, to follow tho
lunguago of tho summons, was "giving a
theatrical exhibition, ou Sunday, April 24tb,
18511, without license," unU made in the
Hume of (he City Cliniuiiali, and the offenso
thoroforo could only be punishod under the or
dinances of said city.
Although Iamwoll aware that a contrary
impression has gone forth, still there is not a
single ordinance now in forco that provider,
nor iu any manner relates to punishing the
giving of any sort of an exhibition on Sunday,
in contra-distinotion to any othor day of the
wcok; and any ono doubting this assertion can
easily convince himself of its truth by refer
ing to the general ordinance of 1857.
As it was no error rf mino that the legisla
tion of the city has been faulty in this matter,
and as PBforman produced a general license to
give thoatrical Axhihiflnn. wttbA... .1 :
'. . 1 " ' . 'H II . ucoiguu-
ting upon what days of the week they should
is" as, irom laoa ot law to sus
tain tho charge, compelled to order its dis
missal. liut it may not be improper for me to say, in
this connection, that there is a sulliciency of
law, as far as tho Stato is concerned, to punish
this class of ofl'enses; and had tho proper affi
davit been niado under tho State law, without
which the cass could not proceed, Pfiferman
could easily have been convicted. The making
of an affidavit, however, is purely a voluntary
act upon the part of the affiant, over which
neither tho Court nor the Prosecutor has any
discretion or control; and as the prosecuting
witnoss in this case did not feel disDosed tu
pursue that course when it was suggested to
him, no discretion wus left ma but to .si.
nolle. i
Beinir an Tarflelltn mvlf It ... n n. i...
t. 'J vuu UUI. 1 1 U
claimed that religious prejudices warped my
judgment, either pm or ton, in the matter.
EDGAR. M. JOHNSON.
Prosecuting Attorney Police Court.
Prosecuting Attorney Police Court. CITY BUILDINGS, May 14, 1859.
In tho above curd, Mr. Johnson defends him.
self from purely imaginary charges. But us
be bas introduced the subject, it strikes us very
forcibly that the Prosecuting? Attornnv b. tb.
full pJwer to elect in what manner a case can
be brought before tho Court, and if there is
auy dunger of the caso fulling through an im
proper amuuvit, it is nut ouly his privilege,
but his duty, to seo that tho athdavit is uroncrlv
made.
A New York naner nvi all ib r.b:.,.,.i.i..
ladies and flaneurs nttandnJ a mot;......
- w -wvu. ... Llll.U
at the Academy, and "the display of toilettes
was uoiiuiuus iu an out nuseanu s eyes.
In Chicago. III., thn main iLmllAnoa-.....,, ..r
tho First l'rejbvteriun Church nn Ik.
of Washington and Clark streets, has been
leased for a hilffard-room, for which purpose it
will be immediately fitted up.
U.NKTritcTKD Death We were named tu
learn that the lady of the lion. Pierre Soulo
died at a late hour last night, at his residence
on Rampart street. Beloved, widely kuown,
aud, like Spenser's ideal, "making a sunshine
in a snaay place," nor loss win be deeply felt
by all who knew her. New Orleane True Delta,
Moj 5,
A Skvebs Rxbukk It is told of a distin
guished olergyinaa in New York that a few
Sundays since, seeing a poor woman tottering
up ono of the aisles of his church, waiting in
vain, for one of the Congregation to offer her a
seat, paused in his rermon, descended from the
puipit, snowed ner into bis owu pew, and quiet
ly returned again. The rebuke was a severe
one, and must have been felt. ,
Camels ior Alabama. Twentv-ona camels
arrived at Mobile-, reccutly, ou board tho
steamer Fashion, from Oalreston. They aro
natives of the I'uuarios, aud iutcuded fur ex
periment iu thnt section of the country. It
is said that one of those camels will readily
carry two balcsof cotton at the rate of twenty.
hvu juuoa a nay, ovor roans mat aro next lo
Impassable for wagons.
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for. Fourth and Walnut,
TUB MOST MAONIKICENT
JEWELRY BST.iuLISII.oENT
West of New York,
Keep on hand at all times the most extensive Hf jck
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DIAMOND PINS AND RINGS
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16 West Fourth Street,
Where can bo had every article appertaining to the
Business at a much lean price, for CASH, than
has ever before been offered In this market.
GIVE US A CALL,
And see for yonraelvcs. apl4
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A RE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
m. their luge assortment of Watches, Jewclrr,
Silverw are and Illauiouds.
Ateo
A fine assortment of Flated Tea Seta and Cutle'f.
and Opera Glasses. 22,
WILIsIAM OWEN,
Manufacturer of
SILVER WAKE AND JEWELRY,
Wholesale and Kets.il Dealer, lu
Watches, Cutlery & Fancy Good,
S. W. CORNER MAIM AND I0CBTU 6TUEKT3,
Cinoinnati, Ohio. Ill
II. KINGSBURY.
WATCH MAKER.
173 Vine Street, between Fourth aud
Fifth Street.
WsAlrsKaua VHneh r'.s.Vm tr.U.I Ti 1 T
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M-W the onlr truss known by which Ilernlu can be
treated on philosophical principles; also, Abdominal
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ralysis in whatever par t, Spinal AOectlcus, und all
Nervous Diseases.
Office and Institute, No. 3i Weat Fourth atreet,
Cincinnati, Ohio. ih
DR. G. W. PHILLIPS'
Maic Cough Syrup
IS the only reliable remedy for tho rapid und per.
manent cure of Coughs, Colds, Iuflueiia, Hi one lilt Is
Hooping-cough, Croup, Sure Throat, Bleeding Lungb
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remedy la aufe, reliable, and the only ine thnt haa
proved itself a nnlrersal remedy for all the above dis
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distinguished citizens here a home, who Lave been
cared by Its magic power.
Important Testimouy.
From Hon. J. W. Chapman, Judge of First Judicial
District, Indiana.
MAnisoa, nd., 1W8.
I)r. Oso. W. riiiiiira, Cincinnati, Oliln; Having
nsed several amall bottles of your "Couph Hj-rup,'1
personally and in my family, and having seen its ef
fects on others, In nomerons instances of severe cold
and coughs, I most cheerfully rocuinnicud It asau in
fallible remedy In all such cases. If this Syrup were
iu general use, 1 confidently believe a large majority
of the colds, accompanied hy coughs, that now termi
nate in Consumption, would bo effectually arrested.
In fact, I can see no necessity for any, whocauoUta a
this remedy, being thus afflicted.
Kespectfully yours, J. W.CUAPMAH.
Keail This, AIho.
From Hon. B. Storer. LL. P., Judge of the Superior
Court of Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, Dec. !. IKiS.
Dr. 0. W. PniMirn Dear Sir: Your Coiifh Mix
tnre haa been used with great succesa iu iny fuuiily. I
belie. j it to he a most sale and elllcacious preparation
fortht cure of ordinary colds, as well as of throuio
aftectiou. of the throat and lungs. Alanv of my
leighbora, who have felt the good ofl.-clsof tliismed
ciu., aasur. me that tbey regard it with greet favor.
B. SXOBLtt.
DR. Q. W. PHILLIPS,
Sole Proprietor.
Sold Wholesale by Hulre, Eckstein A Co.: John I)
Park: Geo. M. Dixon: A. Tofel: Allen A I'o : i:..r.i,.
A Bro.: Kdw. Bcanlan A Co.; J. A. C. Ueukirt, and by
Druggtsta generally. x
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me lure or Kupture,
A CE11TAIN CUKE.
The nnderalgned preparea a Plaster out of Swing
Alpine herbs, which he can recommend to all sutler
lng of Itupture, as a remedy which will cure this
paiutul disease in the oldest of caws, iu a short time,
without Ipalua. Having piovsd ita most wonderful
benllug power during many years' pructlce iu Swit
serlaud aud Germany, be would Invite all ruplrred
persousto give it a fair trial. One pot of it, (the pric.
of which is .3,) will eflect a cure iu most cases. It is
for Bale at A. TAFEL'S Drug Store, uorth-east cor
ner of Bilth and Main street.. Cincinnati.
Da. C. ZURCHKR.
HT'Letters for further information to b addressed
to C. Zurcber, Box St, Ciuciuuatl. Ohio. nn
Office of Cincinnati Equitable
INSUKANCE CO.
4 T the Annual Meeting of the members of
tM- this Compaur, on the 2nd lust., the following
gontlemeu wuro elocted Direciura for the ensuing
year, vis.
lirlttiu Taylor, John Wbotstone,
K. B. Springer, B. Matlatk,
Charles Andreas, D. K. Cadv.
Mack K. Reeves, J. W. Cnntluld,
Joseph Jones, H. S. Smith,
George Carlisle, John A. Simpson.
GRIFFIN TAYLOR, Peesident,
JOflSPH. K. tVMITB, BeCy aud Treasurer.
T. T. K KCKLKU, AusisUut becretaiy.
JOSEPH JONLS, Surveyor.
riKAMCl COMMUTtl.
G. Taylor,, . Ueorge CarlUhs, M, t. He.vea.
i OHMinri: on accounts.
B. B. Springer, B. Mat lack, Jno. A. Simpson.
coaairraa on louslb.
John WheUtone, Joseph Jones, Charles Andrcee.
The Cotnvuuy haa been in encceasful oiierution for
thirty-three years, aud regularly Increasing as ita
mode of insurant. Is understood. Lverv informa
tion will be given by calliug at the oBice, No. si.
North aid. of Third street, between Wnluut aud
Vine. loiyl2-lt) JOSEPH K. S.1IITU, Sstc'y.
Corn.) Gas , Eng.., Volksblatt and Pres. copy lot.
aud seiid bill.
Collector, Notary X'ublic,
REAL-ESTATE AGENT.
Oltlce, Bank el Ssvlasi, Na. Ill West Sixth sift t,
v.liieillliail.
Atteuda to all kinds of Collections. Also, to all
bueiuasa oounected with tb sailing of a Notary Pub
lie or weoeral At wit, uiylu-aw

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