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"WANTS," "FOB SALIt," "TO IKT," "108T,"
"FOUND," An., in this onlurnn,fccnpylTig.threline
or less, two insertions, twenty-five cjMiNrr
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WANTED AUCTIONEER A man'of
experienoe to Mil by taction, it nek of Bill
eellaneons goods. Address a. A., Dally Pre oftlce.
myai-b ' '
WANTED A 8ITUATI0N By a young
Lady, to attend In dry (nodi, mllllnsry or
fancy store. Address T. B., Daily Press offlco. .
. niyWb '
VxflNTED WILLIAM WHEELER, the
7 Wftfon Painter, can hear something to his
advantage, br calling immediately on 6T. JOHN A
CONNER, Greenaburg, lad. my28-d
WANTED A young married man, (a
printer,) wishes a situation copying or
corresponding secretary. Can write several styles of
hand and la a mmtr of lotter writing. Bent of refer
ence given. Address "R.," Press office. my23-bt
Y7"ANTEDnELP RIGHT OFF A olerk
J In an office; fire young men to travel two
practical waiters ana nva letnate servants. AP-
n at inn eteuerai intelligence Affenrv. no. 3ia
eetern Row, (mya-ht) A. D. C A HHPS A CO.
WANTED A SMART ACTIVE BOY,
1A or 16 years of age. One who baa had tome
experience in the Ptinting business. A editable per
son will flud a good situation by applying at the
Press OfBoe, this day. niy2t
WANTED A SITUATION In a small
family by an American Olrl, 13 yean of age;
will take charge of children and doaewlng. Addren
Miss H. B., care Press office. my21
WANTED SITUATION A yoang lady
wishes a situation ae aleewoman in a dry
goods or Fancy store. Address M. W., Daily Press
WANTED The Pnbllo to know, that
Sickles' Trial. Including the likenesses and
biograjihle of Key, sickles and wife, and the confes
sion of Mrs. sickles, can be had, post paid, by send
ing 16 cents to 1. D. TALLM ADUE, Agent, lfi West
i street, Cincinnati.
WANTED A iltuatinn as Cook, by a
middle-aged lady and her child, a little girl,
agedAyoars. Would not object to go a short distance
iu the conntry. Address A. D., at this office,
WANTED A GIRL to dcTthe house
work for a family of three persons. Apply
at No. M Mill street, between Third and Fourth.
Bcfference required. mr'JI-b.
WANTED TAILORS Coat, pant, and
vest hands, on enstont work. Steady em
ployment given. Koue but good workman need
apply. HPRAGCE A CO.,
myl-0 10 East Fourth street.
WANTED By a Gentleman and Lady,
two pleasant rooms on first or second floor,
In a private family wltli children. Terms ousht to
be moderate. Addresa R. P. at this office. myiO-b
"rANTED CHARLES HERBERT, New
- i or a cupper iionso, isn western now, will
pay Five t ents, each, for all the live RATS which
are brought to the above nlaca. Ha will cmn Kara.
(Pegs and Pups,) I superior style to any person in
iuo tw vsiero wanirr, niTZO-C-
WANTING Persons wanting good help,
housekeepers, nurses or sewing girls, will
pieaee can lmmeaiateiy at Hire. WAKMIK H Intolll
gence OIBoe, 808 West fifth street. myl7-twsm
VJtTANTED EMPLOYMENT A lily
Mt famllr sewing nw.hinen, wtfihe to go out bv the
flu Af Al lAhhtna A nnla at Va U B...al. -a
" ""'i"!! a YV't i w. rm nnai, rum UI'HI
myl BLOAT A CO
ANTED FIVE PAPER HANGERS.
Enquire of GEO. A. PETER SON, 187 west
ANTED IMMEDIATELY Younr.
also Middle-aged Men, Mechanic, Farmers,
Clerks. Doctors. LaWYrM. Tpachnn. fllmlAnta mnA 1..
net ail intelligent and energetlo men who are out of
employ, or who desire to change their occupation for
a time iu order to recruit their health and luvigorat
their systems, or In order to engage in a pleasant and
profitable bu.lness, or to see the country, can And a
pleasant, useful nnd profltnbleemployment by calling
at H. M. BCLISON'S Amerioan Queen UltySubucrip
tion Book "Pnblishing-hoHse, No. 141 Main street,
lneinnati lihA me tiw
H. K. RTJLI80H,
mylg.bm ClnoinnaM, 0.
XOR SALE A top Bnggy, nearly new, has
'"--! . 1 1 Aiwiit uiKiiiii, luiiuin at . i r, It
BUCHUOLZ'H Btable.cn Sixth street, near Mound,
FOR SALE JO.OOO Feet YELLOW IINE
, FliOOBtNO.free from sap or pitch, very beat
quality, ia planed, matched and grooved, will be sold
under the market rate. For particulars, address C,
FOR SALE SALOON Lager Beer, Oyster
and Billiard Saloon. Will aell cheap ifaoplie.l
for soon. Address SALOON, Box ZudC'inctnnati Put-
IjlOR SALE A VIOLIN 200 yeare old,
of larolina Stalner'e make, onoe the property
FOR SALE To a steady, honest man, who
can come well recommonded, a good Route on
"Pally Press." Inquire of the Publisher. myf-h
ilUK OALili uu JjiAlUANUiS A lot ou
M. Philadelphia street, Oavlngton, two squares
from Lower Ferry, 2S feet front 90 feet deep. Inquire
ai xso. o wuin etreei. myiy-aw J. ti. IjAWH.
OR SALE A three-story brick houoe.eon
-as. tabling about ten rooms, situated on ilnnkln
tabling about ten rooms, situated on ilookln
street, will be sold on easy payments, say one-quarter
down and balance In one, two and three years. In-
a ill re of
THOMPSON A NkBMITH.
West Third street.
PjlOR SALE DWELLING A good brick
uuu.ii, uioiMMtiiujr lucaieu, containing sere
rooms, a good cellar, with cistern and wmII 1ut i
feet front. Situated in the western part of Covington
on Front street, about ten minutes walk below West
em Row ferry landing. Terms moderate. Address
Capt. of Western Row ferry-boat, or apply on tho
prcwiBca. my la-c
tUQR SALE A BARGAIN AT No. 351
-- Weetorn Row, a good Spring Wagon, with three
vJT' T . r '.ru,,li wen Buiieu ior peaunng. kmh
MJO 11 SALE OMNIBUSES, PEDLERS
JL Wagons, Spring Wagons, and Farmers' Wagons,
flew auu nucuuu-uaua. j. u. rAivlnult,
niy6-3tw2w M Bank St., near Wostern Row,
IOR SALE A email FARM of 48 acres
. 12 acres in Woodland. On the farm in a smnll
Uotl.. a k.rn B.wl a.. il.ll n . , ,.1. ...I ...
well at the house; a hedge full length of one side
oi me enure iariu; two nevor:talllug springs. 1'iop
vi iy anjuiuiug mo iowd oi jsuwuury, near iiiiiiori
pltsantly and delightfully situated. Omuibusm:
pass theplace, connecting morning and evening wi'li
the T o'clock A. M. and 6 o'clock P. M. trains on tbu
ju. ju. itaiiroau. Bciiool and churches iu Newbury
There are nartiM who IIva in thm tnn nil An h.iai.
new In the city, and have for several years. Term of
Hale one-fourth cosh, balance one, two and three
, r""' inquire at no. er juaiu street.
n"-w J. H. LAWS.
TJOARDING One or two gentlemen cau
uotaiu a pleasant iiirnienea room Willi uoaru
at no. I'll L.ongwortn street, between Kim and Plun
Terms moderate. my21-b
HOARDING A couple of families can ob
MJf tain good board and suitable rooms at li3
BOARDING WANTED By a gentleman
and wile in a private famllr; where thore are
no other boarders, prelerrod. Location must be
witnin three or four square of the Postomee. Ad
ureas nuAKDf,u, Lock Rtx Mi. my20-b
"HOARDING A gentleman and his wife
m-m can oe accommodated wltb a pleasant ana airy
Trout room furnished, and beard, in au American
lauiny, wnare uiereare a lew select boarders, by ap
plyiigat Ho.W Elm street, between Fifth and Long
BOARDING A genUaman and his wife or
two single gentlemen, can be accommodated
with a fine airy room, one of the ploaaautest in the
city, wun poara. 10 a.iin sc. myie
T90ARDING Two gentlemen can be ao
M-M comraodated wltb a good front room, second
story, well furnished and gaf with board wners
are out a few select Hoarders, at KO. 41 Ueorge street
0. tt vuruer oi x.im. ' aayio
V 0ST On Tuesday Kvenlne. the 16th. intt,
MS either on Plum or Fifth streets, a small purse
Hjuuiums ett-vseveu in silver maaeupoi nan aouars,
quarters, dimes, Ao.. and the remainder two slngit
dollar bills. Tho ttuder will not only be thanked, but
iiuneswy lewaruea, oy leaving t at UUIO guard
Store, corner Western Row aud Court sts.
T OST Between Ninth and Fourteenth its.
MS aud John and Western Row. a Ladies' Breast.
Pin, A suitable reward will be given, If left at Ho,
m m inuiey street, or at me ueuy Press omoe.
tPIRSONAL--A eauag ueroKaat wiihea
JB. partner for Ufa, and being rather bashful would
tt. like to toi'.e.poud with some fair lady niatrlmouially
oi.iwa.u. iea. i i-imw, aiauiuiuuyi vrayueaviitei
; I naina ceuutj, v.. . , uiyia-b
1JFR60NAL A young meohanlo wishes
nartuer for life, and ae ha ia a atrana with
- punuci lur nil, auu mm s. H s 1U1HI.I
Itfdlas. would beg sums fair ladv to eorrf.aund.
' all i.ul,...a .111 h Mt.l.t'Mliw mnm-A ft I '
all ouaatlous will ba faithfaliv idhims.
ti,HlUDnf, Oevbmuia, &y. ... - aayJi-a
RENT A desirable House on Ml.
Anlmm, containing ten moms. For narticu-
ara Ineulra of J. ftlOVAX. Nn. nctttVlna
the office of J. Brvan ft (Jo . imi .a-ct
"K10R RENT A llarcment under the Na-
. - -a
tlonal Pining Paloou, jl I Vine str.wt, near Sixth,
It il the mod convaitlelit -nil hanrlv. for anv ener. 1-
able bnlnesa In the city. my23-d
1710RRENT DWELLING A briok dwell
In nt A rrtnmi anrl It Irfhaafi .am In nil (hi. fnnmi.
and Iioiim In good ontor, ettunled on the 8onth le
of Long worth street, one door Kant of John atreet.
inquire oi jab. U. hey, at o. l.l water etreei.
FOR RENT DWELLING That very de
sirable itwelllna-hnn.e. No. ltW Richmond street.
containing ten rooms, with kitchen nnd bathroom.
Kent jvio per annum. Apply on me premise, or to
PKOCTOll A GAMBLE, i West Second street.
OR RENT RESIDENCE The residence
andltwentv-flvn acres of the surrmindinsr a-rmind
of the snliscribnr, on East Walnut llllls. Houxe lias
ignt rooms, etc, i. v. v ll fcr-LI-.K.
IOR RENT FOUR ROOMS S. W, eorner
. Clark and Monnd streets, tns small famllr. Tan
dollars per month, iu advance. References required.
II10R RENT Eleven or Fonrteen Rooma,
or more. In a larire house, to some suitable ner-
ons, to furnish the table for any number of persons
up to a nntMirea. item taiteii in iioaruing. Anurcse,
A., at this office. myl-b
FOR RENT At 112 Milton street, a supe
rior Brick Ifouxe of seyen rooms, well paperej
and grated, water In kitchen, all other ooiireiitenceH.
Kent tm pur niuntn. Inquire at cottage jnst above.
TWQ LET ROOMS We have one room in
JL the third, and two rooms In the fonrtb story of
the building we occupy, to let.
iir.uu3 a o ran ii,
niyl9d , Ko. West Fourth street.
FOR RENT HOUSE A neat three story
Brick Hoase. containing 8 rooms. No. M. Race
street. Apply at tho N. It. corner of Eighth and
Race streets. mle
IjlOUND On tho Pike, iu Covington, on
Monday last, a Parasol. The same enn ba had
y applyina at this Office and nayina for this adver
OUND On Monday, loth Inst., a note
drawn by i. worn at uo., aatea may 11, liuy,
at fifteen days for 5100. Can be 1
imuat tuts omce.
FOUND Two Brass Safe Keys and a small
Iron one. Can be had at this office on paying
for this advertisement. mi 12-t
I am now receiving a large assortment ef
ENGLISH & AMERICAN
LICE CURTAINS, &C.,
Direct from the Auetlon-Rooma and
All of which wlU be sold at the
65 West Fourth Street.
apio-isa ....... , . , .. .
PRACTICAL MERCANTILE COLLEGE,
No. 51, S. W. cor. Foarth and Walant Stsi
Opsa Day and Evening for Instructions In Double
Eatry Book Keeping. Penrosnihin and Biuineu Arith
m.lio. Terms for a full Ooune reduced to IfO. Tee
or more snteriog at the same time. $ each.
E. W. SMITH. Principal.
P. Me MOORE,
N. E. CORNER THIRD 81 RACE HTH.,
Orders promptly attended to. nil
THE undersigned having taken on the lt
Instant, for a term of years, the splendid Iloti
Known as me
Bcr leave to say to the citizens of Cincinnati aud
visitors or the utieen city, that no enort shall lu
spared to make the ' Burnet' worthy in every par
ticular an enterprising city that it shall not be eui'
passed by any house in the Union. A trial in respect'
hilly solicited from ree-nlar boarders and the travel
ing public. JUUNbON, SAUliCERS & CO.
NEW STYLUS OF WALKING SHOES,
KID, LASTING AND PATKNT LKATBKK,
The most comfortable ever worn, ut from
93 to i SO.
Call aud see for yourselves, at
J. II. DETEK8',
ml .M West Fourth street
French Lace Mantillas,
Pusher Lace Mantillas,
Chantilly Lace Mantillas,
Lace and Silk Mantillas,
Black Barege Mantillas,
White Barege Mantillas,
Mourning Silk Mantillas.
In all Grades and Prices.
1 8 WEST FOURTH STREET,
Directly opposite the Post Office.
N. B. The Ladles most not forget thnt 1 have an
extensive Dress Trimming, Mourning and Dress
Making Department connected with the wtablkh
Pent , , mto-tf,
GLASGOW AND NEW YORK
STEAM TO OLAlaOW, LIVERPOOL, BttTAST,
. DUBLIN AMD L0ND0NDEBBY
, job .10.
' ' raoat ar Tons. . '
Olaaaraw, Thomaon...Baturday, May U, at U noo
Ediubui'aihj 0"mmlng Wedniday, June 1, "
.4inaaiww, ibubhib . rfniy v "
tUlolnrh,Cuuuulug.. , w;- iahyli,"-
Edlnbarghi Cummlag.Baturday, May T.
' June II.
siuir a. -
un lvw v rMHi. ihpiu x.uw s a, r nilK'ioipnia
Eoston, to Uiaegow, Liverpool, Belfast, Dubliu
oodonderry, lirst class, w7fJ. ftteeraae, tomid wiih
u . li r vt . v 1. .lii .
ao awubuauce 01 properly -e4Baa provisioua, smu.
An Meoi'ienoed Uurgooa attaohed te eaca steamer
l"or rreiijht at Paese, apply to ,;,'"("
apa7 t hHUUit CiiAXa, ir Broadway
..'.', in. .". ..e. S t-j j
Oomllmente to alt. Will be home for three months.
, 10 Raet Fenrth Street.
2ikt 23, m. " " ' , . (307)
Sprague & Co., Fashionable Tailors,
10 Enat Fearth Ntretft,
Sprague & Co., Lace Neck Tics, New,
19 Kaat Fanrth Ntreet.
aTWIll remove to the oorner of Fourth and Tine
Tug DAILY PRESS li to be had regularly
at Church's Poit-offioo itand.
See Auction Sales on Fourth Page.
Thk Mutual Admiration Sootety oocupy a
large portion of the local columns of yester
dny'H Enquirer. '
It itii.l be seen, by reference to Ihc tclc
grttph column, that Ten Broeck's gnnio little
mare, rnoroM, haa cnrrterl off tho Queen's
plate, ai the lato New-Market rai-ee.
PatKARY MugTi.tos of tho Democracy will
9 held in tho various Wards, this evening,
ir the purpose of selecting delegates to the
A Littlc child of Mr. Gorman, residing on
Court street, between Vine and Wtflnut, frac
tured his skull, Saturday morning, by falling
to the pavement from off a high porch.
Real Estate Salis. The sales of lots in
the Buena Vista addition to Newport, made by
Jacob Graff k Co. on Saturday, amounted to
Admitted to tub Bab. -Amos Layman,
Etq., of Marietta, formerly editor of the Be
publican in that place, was admitted on Fri
day to practice in the United States Circuit
aud District Courts.
A Skbvakt-oirl of Mr. Thirlteld, who re
sides on Seventh street, near Smith, was horri
bly burned on Saturday evening by the burst
ing of a oamphene lamp. She is not expected
C. J. W. Smith will sell ten valuable lots
in Kowport, this afternoon at three o'clock.
They are centrally located, and among the
most desirable lots in the place. See adver
tisement. Likutinakt OovebnoBi Among the more
prominent names made mention of in the Op
position ranks for the office of Lieutenant
Govornor of Ohio, Is that of Thos. Spooner,
fcsq., of this oity. With the Democracy, Mr,
Dunbar, of ML Vernon, is spoken of as pos
sessing the Jeffersonian qualifications.
J. Qairr A Co. sells to-day, at four o'olook,
a variety of Building Lots on Vine-street Hill,
near the Corporation Line, and aot liable
to ciiy taxes. Omnibussei will leave the
store of the auctioneer. No. 18 East Fourth
street, at half-past three e'olock P. M.; passage
By the notes of preparation in various
quarters, we observe that the summer cam
paign at the Ohio White Sulphur Springs ia
about to commence we are indebted to tho
proprietors for an elegant pamphlet, contain
ing all thnt it is necessary to know in re-
Bpect to placo, accomraouutions, surround
ings, water, ice, Sec.
Tri story of the "Suioide of a Young and
Lovely Girl, Sentimentally Considered," in
yesterday's Enquirer, is all bosh. Instead of
drowning she only suffocated herseif on slap
jacks and molasses, and was resuscitated
through the means of a plaintive air on the
Gorman flute, performed by the follow "who
possessed the entire wealth of affection her
young oikf buoyant heart had to htttme."
Ir we judge by the number of lots already
sold, (being over 100) and the general Interest
manifested in Greenwood, we should infer thnt
the central position and local advantages of
the plaoe were being appreciated. The third and
perhaps the last sale of lots oomes off this after
noon. The cars leave Sixth street depot at 3
o'clock for the sale. Seats free.
Joi'RStAMSTic Norris R. Norton, Esq., who
for some time past has been one of our poeti
cal contributors, has become permanently con
nected with the oity-editorial department of
the Enquirer. Mr. Norton is a gontleman of
capacity and culture, energy and industry, and
excellently qualified to discharge the laborious
duties of journalism, to which be must prove a
valuable acquisition. Sunday' t A'h'ymV.r.
We take pleasure in indorsing the se'ntimont
of the above paragraph, and congratulate the
Enquirer on their selection. Mr, Norton will
unquestionably Improve its columns.
Pic-Nic There is a general invitation to
evorybody to come with his wile, or gal, as
the case may be, and bring his dinner, to a
grand pic-uio to be solemnized at Greenfield,
Highland county, Union Fair Grounds, on
the 2Mb. iust. The place is a beautiful one,
the preparations for enjoyment extensive,
plenty of nice people are enliated in it
trains at half fare " musio by the band,"
and a general attendance from all directions
is expected. Go everybedy. '
Al a meeting of the regular Jurors ia at
tendance at the United States Circuit and Dis
trict Courts for the Southern Dlitriotof Ohio,
April term, 1859, held at the Dennlson House,
Cincinnati, on Friday evening, May 20th,
the following resolutions were unanimously
' Resolved, That this Jury tender their liooore
thanks to Col. L. W. Sifford, the able and effi
cient Unitod Btatos Marsha, fur the Southern
District of Ohio, and to Win. L. 'Msnion, Eaq.,
his ohk'f deputy, for their uniform kindness and
gentlemanly ooui tesy, as manifested all through
the prusent term of . the federal Courts, and
that our observation has taught us to regard
them as being eminently fitted for their posi
tions. J ;.'.
' Resolved, That a copy of these proceedings
be furnished the eity papers for publication.
The following named gentlemen compose the
Jury:, L. H, Olds, of Clark County; Amos
Layman, of Washington) William B. Van
llook.' of Butler; Job a Cheney, of Fairfield;
Richard Cowling, of Madison; Augustus Stone,
or Washington; N. F. Stoneof Clark; Matthew
Bonner,' of Clark j John Hough, of Ross; Chas.
Woo'dj of Ross; Thos'.'Megrady, ef tiekaway;
D. 0. Wallace, of Hamilton. ,,. , . ,
HAMILTON COUNTY DISTRICT COURT.
r,IH T)Kritin -.Rnhbtn... Ii.h.SIiipi A ,!
bioiiKht by the boldrra nt" a bill ol exrlmniro, drawn
bv Htacj ("have, of this city, on f,nve Xnrtfn. of
Baltimore, accepted ry them, an'd franirrH to the
pr"i,i ImM-r, who brinits wit nitiliil IheMruweM,
end claims lh slatlilor)' dmni.Ks id ix for Oftit.
1 he onl n'leitlnn In the en' e whether tbn tnrty
wnsrtiiitli'd to thoslaliitory diininircs. Judg Urine.
ei hoil di-livrred the opinion, und b. ld, thnt iindnr the
Srovl.lons of the statute the pnrty was entitled to the
JielKe 3Iallon dissented.
The State Bnnk of 1 Ihlo v Mnrbacll. The lw.llt(nn
WaS in the natlirn nf m hill l. t',.r tli A.m.
closure of a ntnrteaKo and snlo of prentl.es In an.
annonnclnrtheoninloa, Jndxe Hrinkerboll said tho
pni;ui noiucr et inn inoriKiiKe ouulit not to be de
layed until the settlement of reninte controversies
between other partiea. Hlnlntill might take his order
for the foreclosure and sale of promisee.
iNaen May vs. Maria KiKkliml.100. .1 udee Tirlnkor
nori also gave the opinion In this cense. The action
; originally before a Justice of the I'esce. for fraud
and m Nrenrcnntiiiion In fhn ..! of n Iw.rwn n...i
jinlgineiit was rendered avsinst the defendant for
jiio. J ne raee wnstiiki n liu on error to the Common
Flees, and the jlldimioiit M-M. tliprn ifflrm.il. k,wl n
petitlnn in error wiw then tiled, bringing thooeso to
tlil Court to reverse the judgment of alllrnianre.
Tlieernircoinnlnliied or i, that a claim tor in for
the keep ot the horse, lietweon the time of coin
fiirticc mcnt of ttm ni, ...I ....iii i.... ..r .1...
Judgment In the Justice s tjonrt, wae allowed. This
wmrt thought there was error in this ruling, und
that lbs rights of the parties should haio liecn di
termiiied with reference to their elatun at the date nf
tb.. comuiruienient of the action. The judgment
would therefore lie revcreed as to that Item, and
alttrtned as to the bulanro. The costs to be euunllv
Slary Ann Pithme vs. ITernian Pitbtne. Amotion
toillsniisn ananeeal nro tnuto aruuil on tha nrnvlon.
day. In di.poaiiigol thu motion, Judge Ilrliikerholl
ruuiarked that tlie bj in pat hies manifested for women
by Ihe Common Pleas Judges niHiille.tly gave rise to
the statute providing lor appeals In cases where the
alimony allowed towomcn nguinst tbeestatesof their
hnsbands appeared to be nee.nive. He recollecteil
one case, in wnicii the annul. le sympathy and gab
antrv of the .llulro. leil tln.ni In m.liB - . r. .I,,...
lar decree. A Iu Ty of sixty years petitioned for a di
vorce from her husband, with w hom she had lived
the greater portion of her life, and by whom she had
a family of children, then grown men and women.
The properly of tbo old gentleman consisted of au
improved farm of one huudred and sixty acres,
stocked, and about J;x)0 In nioncv. The Court de
creed a divorce, and guvo the entlro farm in fee sim
ple, wun aii ine stock, to tue old woman, leaving
notltinff to the llTIMliand hot a Knru .1,h anilHI. B...l
bridle, and KKHIcaah. In the present tew the motion
to dismiss tbo appeal would be overruled.
Motion roa New Trial m the Cass or Charlks
Cook asu V iluam Skiiib, now in thh Pimux-
viabt uroN conviction oi MtsnEK in mr. Si;con
DniRr.t.- Upon Migjreolion it wai, determined thot tho
two case shoulu be heard together, tho points relied
upon In each being mostlv the sninc.
Mr. Lngan fof counsel in each case) first addressed
thet ourt aud occupied the forenoon. He dwelt at
great length upon tiiosupointsin the testimonvofthe
witnesses for the State, In which he claimed there
was direct conflict, aud upon which las he contended)
me oiate nan proiecleu Its whole theory of purpose,
malice and conspiracy against those petitioners. Ho
said the wituessca should Hot have beeil balieved,and
that they would not bavo been had they not been bo.
stered up and strengthened by the remarks of tho
Court ou tho subject of the impeachment of wit
neeses. He alio olalmed testimony was Improperly
Tho argument of Judge Johnston was submitted In
Judge Matthews next addressed the Court on be
haJrof Cook, lie nrged that the judgment of tho
Common Pleas should be roversed. First, because
the Court rolused to permit the defendant to file
pleas showing that the Grand Jury who roturued the
bill was nut leuallv constituted.
Second, because the Court permitted the Prose
cuting Attorney Drremntorllr 10 chslincn,.na m lw.
jurors summoned to try the case, after ho had been
Blt'-ptCU uj UO'.U BltlOS.
Third, because tho Court erred in various Tttllnps
In respect to the admission aud exclusion of testi
mony. iourlh, that the Couit erred In charging the inrv
that ucreiiiiant vow not entitled to avail hlnvelf nf
me pica 01 seu-aeionsu, because ne had commenced
the 1! men iv.
Fifth, tho Court erred in charging the Jury that
Helti r Iwho wa. i flored as a witness lor defense,) w as
an accomplice, eud therefore not to 1m lel ;,! win,.
out corroboration; nud thnt Swift was in the same
Ksi'.ioii if the jury should be of opiuion that be w as
met au accomplice.
Sixth, that from the whole testimony the verdict
and judgment wero wrane. ea thei-M wmm tin nmf 1.1
the case showing any element of the crime ofniurdor
iu iue Nocoiin uegree.
Messrs. Uaines and Kerr were nres.nl. ThavitM
not offer any argummt on la-half of the Slate, but
directed the attention of the Court to several au-
Tni Concibt of Tosso at 8mith ic Nixon's
Hall, on Thursday evening last, was a sue
oess so decided that through tho solicitation
of friends he will give another, next Thurs
day evening, at Pike's Opera House. Tho
following correspondence has taken place :
CINCINNATI, Friday, May 20.
Professor J Tosso Dear Sir: We, your porsonal
friends aud admin rs, earnestly hope that you w ill
vield to the wishes of tlmta who attended vour coo.
cert uti Thursday evening, will -h gave such universal
piessure, auu permit your roiiow-ciiizeus tu tenner
von a comollmenlnrv beuelit. to bo eiveii at .mum
early day, us an evidence of our warm nppret-iatbiti
of your nigh tntisicul talent, and of the value of your
iiiiia- "ii viiu, i iv tawiiu, m tui, ciiy auu tuo
rtusii a luste ior rcuueu music.
John 1'. root,
Johu Cr. Worthlngton,
1 . ?v iiioiiin:tn,
'. 51. Mitchell,
J. li. Iioss,
J lines 0. Hull,
V 111. Wlswell,
J:.i. Jl. Heard.
Thos. R. Kl.io.t,
. Joseph Pierce,
Joseph II. Cromwell,
John D. .Tones.
N. L. iliunlen,
A. B. Colomnu,
Wui. W. Fosillck,
CINCINNATI, May 21, 1859.
'.llKSSRS. JOBS P. F0l)T ASU O". MM1B -firMTi rvev
Tour kindly communication, tendering inoecoii
Piimeutnry beuelit, I return you my siuccro thanks
for, as well as lor the recent miiniCestation oi the
public good will at my Into concei t. 1 am proud, as
well as happy, to receive, although I mnynot merit,
such marked npprubution from tliota w itli vhoin I
have held pleaeaut lutereourse for so many years: iiinl
with many thank" for the generous Interest whb h
you feel in my welfare, tnthe iifternoou of mv life,
bog to liamo uoxt Thiinulay nitiht us a period when
1 win use ui) simple saui ior your eiitHrtiilniilent.
Natioval Theatkr. Tlie Martiuetti troupe
celebrated far and wide as pnutoiniiuieU nnd
ballot dancers, commence nu cugngciiien
this evening ut the utionul.
Wood's Tiikater. This evoning, "Grand
father's Will, or the Mnu of Straw," which
hits been underlined lor a week, will be pre
scnted for the lirst time iu this city, at Wood's
Theater, iu which Maggie Mitchell sustains
a duplicate character.
Dpnktti'm Monkeys, Dogs ami Goats will
make their debut this evening, at Smith A.
Nixon's Hall. The wonderful training of
these animals hos elicited tho surprise of nil
who have witnessed them.
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Additional Foreign News.
THE EMPEROR EMBARKS FOR THE
SEAT OF WAR.
The Pope's Nuncio Leaves Florence.
Explosion of an A ustrlau War Brig.
THE ARCH-DUKE OF VIENNA DEAD.
Sr. Johns, N. B., May 21. The steam-sbip
City of Baltimore passed Cork on tbe 12th
lost., and brings telegraphic dispatohrs from
London and Liverpool to Tuesday noon.
Tcrim, May 11. The Austrians are recross
Ing tbs river Sesia in great haste.
The latest ty Telegraph from London to Cork.J
London, My 12 Noon. Tbo Daily News'
eity article of last evening says:
The price of Consols improved H per
cent, on Tuesday. Tbe favorable effect had
produced by cbeoklng the draiu of gold to tbe
Continent. At Purls the subscription to the
French loan of 20,000,000 already exoeeds 40,
000,000, including a very large number for
only tea franos of annual income. Ail parties
connected with the government were expeeted
to take part la the new national demonstration.
The Bank of Belgium bad raised its rate of
disoount from 8 to 4 per cent.
Marbkilles, May 11 P. M The Emperor
arrived bare at mid-day, u routs. He embarked
on board tbe IXortense, where be reoeived the
eity authorities, and left iu the afternoon. It
was said in Paris that tbe Emperor expect to
be at Milan by the eud of May or the begin
ning of June.
Lordoh, May 14. Tbe Times says that tbe
eontinued suspense between the hostile forces
iu Italy exoites daily new conjectures. Tbe
eondttloa of Turkey baa also been a subject of
eowmsuC - .
At Mark-lane yesterday, wheat net with
a slow sale at a reduotion of from 6 to 8s. per
quarter. - 1 ' -
A disriutuB from K01110 nas boen sent to the
Pone's Jiunolo to leave Florence. - r . . . .
The Austrian war-brig Triton bas been acci
dentally blown up wlille tho commander was on
shore. Tbe number of killed and missing 1
estimated at about eiithtv. Another report
ays thai part of the erew -were -ashore when
tbe explosion took place and tbo number killed
was only four.
Turin, Mav 1110 A. M. -On reaching
Verceill tho Austrian ecaeed their verroirade
movement. To-day they made an exoursion
Count Cuvour leaves to-dov to meet Ihe Em
peror Napoleon at Genoa.
Paris, Thursday, Mny 12 The Moniteur
publishes the Inltowlng tolegrnphio dispatch:
IIouk, Tuesday, May 10. "According to
orders from Vienna the stato of siege has been
raised at Anconn, and the lamps of tho light
house aro again lighted."
tenna, luesdsy, May 10. The Archduke
Livrnptioi., Thursday, May 12. Messrs.
Ricbnrdson, Spenco A Co. report breadstufl'4
quiot, with weaker prices than were obtained
yesterday; the quotations, however, were unchanged.
Arrival of the Vanderbilt.
New Yoag.Mny 21. The steam-shin Vander
bilt, from Havre and Southampton, with dates
irotn jjonaon ana Liverpool to Wednesday, tbe
11th inst., has arrived here. Although her
advices are not so late as tbe telegraphic dis
patches to Cork, brought by tbe City of Balti
more, and Intercepted off Cape Race, there are
some items 01 interest.
FROM THE SKAT OF WAR.
Piedmont has laid an embargo oa all Aus
trian vessels in Sardinian porta, but neutral
property is to bo rcspcoted. A revolution is
expected to oocur at Conin, Lombardy, the tri
color flag having been hoisted by tbe people
before the Castle. .The Austrian commander
had imposed a contribution of 300,000 francs
on tho town of Vcrccilli. The subscription to
the now French loans opened on the 7th Inst.,
300,000,01)0 francs were already subscribed.
The trench garrison at Koine is to be main
Tbe London correspondent of the Commercial
says that preparations are going on at every
arsenal and dock-yard throughout tbo country.
Supplies of cannon are still being sent off to
uibraitar ana an other Important stations, anil
the fcroe of marines ia to be increased by 2,00o
The manning of the navy Is also making fa
vorable progress. Every day furnishes new
proofs of tbe fnct nf a secret agreement, menac
ing to bnginnd, having Seen concluded between
trance andKuin, and the correspondent savf
" Ho one ought to feel surprised if we wake up
early some morning to a consciousness that we
may spare ourselves all author discussion on
the neutrality question."
1 be Independence llelge contains a rumor that
explanations have been aeked of Franco by
Euglana as to a pbrose in tho Imperial Mani
festo, in anticipating the independence of Italy
to tbe Adriatic, implies the entire disregard of
mo treaties 01 1010, anntnnt the replies having
appeared sufficient in London, a better under
standing apnoared between tbe two.
Le rtord soys: "Ibe Cabinets of London
and Berliu have resolved to maintain a strict
neutrality in the war."
Tbe London Times says. "It seems impos
siblo that the Austrian can retiro without
fighting a battle, and it is equally itnpossiUe
mat toe a rencn can remain mucn longer With
out striking a blow at them.
There was a good demand for dis-oount at
the bank. The expectations of further
movement of tbe bank to S per cent seems fur
tne present to navo subsided
A Turin paper says that there is every an
pearauce of au approaching great battle on the
ground of Marengo. . -
A Berne dispatch say M . "Advioee -from tho
frontiers of Lombardy state that the inhabi
tants of Valtellare are making great purchases
01 arms ana ammunition, aaa a revolution
A French squadron i in the Adriatic.
A new Ministry has been formed in Florence,
Tbe brand Duke of Tuscany, who is a
Colonel iu tbe Austrian dragoons, is about to
take active service with bis regiment.
The English ehips-of-the-line and a frigate
bad reached Gibraltar.
A secret address from Garribaldi, Vico-Pret-i-dunt
of the National Society of Italy, ia pub
limbed. It instructs immediate insurrection;
the vanquishing and disorganization of tbe
Austrian army; the interruption of its com
munications; the Appointment of provisional
governments under King Victor Emanuel; the
ubolitiun of taxes on bread, corn, Ao.; tiie
levy of troops by conscription, and tbe enroll
ment of volunteers, Ao, -
Mr. Ten Broeck's mare, "Prioress," bns
won tho Queen's plate at Newmarket, be'atine;
"l'tlestar"' by twenty lengths. Tbe 2,0110
guinea stake was won by "Promised Land,"
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Presbyterian General Assembly.
WiLMiNUTOX, Del., Saturday, May 21. The
General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church
(New School) held its third scssiou to-duy.
Dr. Thurston, dolcgato from the General Cuii
fvrence of Maine was heard.
Tbe overture from the Synod of tbe Free
Presbyterian Church of Ohio, was referred to a
special committee, of which Rev. J. J, Steamer,
X. !., of Xcw York, was Chairman. .
Dr. McKeun read a report from the Church
Erection Fund, showing that the fund amounts
to nearly $108,000. Tho whole number of
churches udded during the year is one hundred
and eighteen, nnd tbctfe represent over $30(i,
000 worth of property. Tbe balance subject
to draft is $(57,000.
Tho Board report adversely to the prayer nf
the receding Southern Synod, asking tor a par
tition of the funds.
Tbe Committee of Conference with tbe Amer
ican Homo Missionary Society report the tiuio
has now come to secure the final adjustment of
all difficulties or tu separate from the Congro
gationaliats. The reports werercforred. .
[By the Tehuantepec Route.]
Later from California and Mexico.
NkW Orleans, May 20. The steamship
Coatzacoaluoe, of tbo Tehnantepeo line, is bo
low, from Minititlan, with San Francisco dates
to tbe 6th iust., tbe trip having been effected
In fifteen days, being the shortest time ever
made. Tbe steamers Golden Gate and AriiuHs
left San Francisco on tbe 6th inst, with
$2,400,000 in gold dust, the portion oonaigned
to New York being $2,000,000, The markets
at San Francisco were dull and quotations uuchsoged.
The ship Relnder, from China fur Boston,
has been wrecked one hundred miles north
Manilla. Tbo ship and cargo were a total
Tbe steHmer Coatzaaoaleos left Minititlun
on tbs 17th U4t. Advices had beep received
there of tbe defeat of General ileji by tho
Cot stitutlonulihts. Both of the oontendiug
parties iu Mexico were inactive for want of tbe
Bosto, Saturday, May 21 The United
States eloop-of-war Dale, from tbe coast of
Africa, arrived at the Porteraoutb Mavy-yurd
yesterday. She loft PortauPrayo, April 0, and
brings as passengers the ea plain and ere of
the bark Sea Flower, ot Providence, which
vessel was wrecked at San Antonia, Cape de
Verdes, iu April last. W. S. Hunter, the cap
tain's olerk of the Vinoennes, also came pas
senger. The Dale has been absent for two
years. Officers and crew all well. - " .
From Buenos Ayres and Paraguay.
5TKW Yoitr, Saturday, - May 81. -r-Buenos
Ayros dates of March 2'J report tbe unanimous
triumph of the Government party in the elections.
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Paraguay aeeounU to March S, state that an
attempt bad been diaoovared to asssssinate Lo
pes. Forty persons were arrested, including
members of the ' best families ef tbe eountry.
Eight of them bad been shot.
May 21 The celebration
to-dtiy in honor of the arrival of the first
overland express, parsed nit' with groat ecof. -The
pmccst-iou, composed of military, fire
men, und .civilian, prix-ci-ded oul-tide of tho
city, ami c.irt. tbe pioneer cWliot, which .
were decoruted with approprinJo devices, to
the Planter' Hotel, wiiet.ieciA Wore
nitwli! by prominent citi,on.m . Jha festivities
will be concluded with a nupper aud grand
ball. rJpvoriil thousand persuiis participa
ted, ond ihe occasion was one of much otitbj- -siaem'j
i k 4 .1.1 f 'j Vs r. J !',
Baltimore, Mar SI. Lucius O'Brien, wk.
bore a- notorious reputation at a vicknockat
and burglar, and was gvnerally understood
to be the Bullimnro correspondent of tho Now
. 1. ,,i j. .. .. . ...
10m a once uazcite, was assaulted lust mgnt
iu tho vicinity of Front and Fre.uch streets
by a gang of tueu, and so soverelv beaten
that he died this luoniiuir. He was to have
Been tried in a row days 011 a charge of being
implicated in a burglarious operation.
Ntw York. May 21 Tbe steamar One an
Queen, for Southampton and Ilavre, and the'
Kangaroo,' for Lirerpool, sailed to-day. tbe
former taking two hundred and fifty passen
gers and (0.,000 In specie and tlie latter two -hundred
and seventy passengers and $750,000
In specie. Among the passengerson tbe former
are Alberto Marie and lady, the latter the cele
brated lecturer on Italy.
Boston, May 21. The trial ef Brooks.
Sampson and Bicker, three mutineers of the
wbale-tatp Junius, was concluded in the Cir
cuit Court to-day. The jury disagreed. Tbey
stood nine to three for conviction on two of the
cases, and ten to (wo on the other. Plummer,
the leading mutinoer, Is now under sentence of
death for bis participation in that transaction.
From Boston. River News.
Pittsbiro, , Saturday, May 21. M. Tbe
river ruse several inohes during last night and
wis morning. . 11 is sow stationary aitourleet
by tho metal mark. Weather eloudy.
Bt. Lucis, baturday, May 21, P.M. The
river bas fallen two iuobes in the lsst twenty
four hours, and is still receding very slowly.
Nothing new of importance from any of tie
upper streams. Weather oool and dear. , -
Sunday Evening Dispatches.
Washington, Mny 22. On Saturday morn
ing tbe Knights Templars from Boston and
Rhode Island, accompanied by tbe Washing
ton Coromandery, all iu full uniform, proceeded
to the President's houso. They were received
by the President in the east room. Major
French introduced them as good men and true,
who hail from the oold winds, yet warm hearths,
of his own beloved New England. The
President, in the course of his response, said:
"If tbo Knights went to Richmond with any
prejudices against the South, be felt confident
tbey have been rembved by their intercourse '
with that warm-bcarted, generous people.
Although tbey never will be culled upon to do
fend their Holy Sepulobre at Jerusalem, as tad
the Knigbts Templars of old, yet he had so
doubt they will be ready to defend what la
equally valuable, namely, the Constitution and
tbe Union; not with swords, but with tbair
moral influence, and with the strength and
power of their example. Tbe race of revolu
tionary patriots has passed awny That saered
deposit is committed to tbe men of tbe present
generation, and I trust that every man. Indi
vidually, will make it a matter of oonsoieaoej
and of pride to exert all just influence to per
petuate our glorious institutions, and preserve
the Constitution and the Union for generations
These sentiments were received with ap
plause. The assembled Knights then passed
in review, the bands alternately playing.
Tho Knights left for home iu the early after
Arrival of the Overland Mail.
Sr. Louis.May 22. Tbe overland California
mail with dates to thei'Otli ult., arrived last
night. The Oregon 6tate Dcmocratio Conven
tion nominated Lansing Stout for Congtesi.
The Republicans nominated David Logan.
All American residents at Hermosillo,
Sonora, have been ordered to leave tbe oity
under penalty of death. Ho cause ir assigned
for tbis suddoa hostility.-. . ..
FiTTSBCRofMay 22, V. M. River 3 feet 8
inches antl stationary. Weather clear.
Louisville, May 22, P. M. River rising
very slowljr, with 4 feet Jl inches in the
canal. Arrived Ulendalo. The Diana and
Queen of tho West are below Portland bar,
aud cau not get over.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
SATURDAY EVENING, May 21.
WHEAT The niarkot opened dull, bnt undor th
fnvurublo ndvicea from 'ew York uiude pubiio on
'Change, the feeling improved, und holders advanced
thoir prices .VoJoc. p- r I cub. Tbe asking ratra are
SI --"-'-l ;olr uriuie White; SI Mivl i.i lorguodUo.S
81 :t,Vn t for fair do., and SI J.l a for Ued.
I'UKS Tho niarkot reuiaina lirni, with a falrde.
niniidj antes sou bu.h. at xk.
JJAKLKV-The market is (ulot aad dull at MtfrSOo.
ll h A aopd demand at St Oft.
The market is dull, and prices have further
bales l,bO0 bushels at blc, aud 600 do. at
JIUTTER Tho market ia rather dull, and
e market ia rather dull, and prices
auuui 10. luwer. Bale M niklns prime Yellow West
ern itsaej-ve at l.sc. We quote 174lec. fur prime
Mesteru Kcserve, and Jl'Ic. fur prime Central
CHttSK-ealesSOO boxes prime Western Beaerre
POTATOES The domand Is moderate, and price
unchanged, balm too bushels Keehanocka at 70c.,
aud lot-tu la. Mercers ut S3 40 per brl.
1 LOUK Tlie market opuui d dull sud irregular,
though holders eeciu di.pused to await further de
vclupuieuis in prufurenco to acueptlng W((,6 21 fur
superuue Flour, tbo rutea ofi'eicd. Alter tbe state of
the buw York market was announced on 'Change,
there was au improved fueling, and there were buyers
of eupoiliue at 10. The sales were 6ot) bris. at
te" bo lor ultra superfine, and Su 3Xa,6 73 for extra.
S.SXi bris. were received tbe lat twenty-four hours.
. WH1SXV Tbe price of this articlo declined 40.,
with sales oi 700 i rls. nt 77c, including wagon.
PliOVlSlONS-Nothlng Jono, aud price mnst b
culled nominal. Ihe feeling ou Ibe part of holder
was better, but there was very little demand; 3" bode.
Bacon , bides sold at c. We understood lltc. was
oflercd for Lard.
. 01L-A sale of 20 brts. Linseed st 73c.: and 1 de.
do. at 7?c.
OKOtKIllES Tbe market continues unchanged
aud dull. The demand is confined to the current
wants of tbo trad. Sugar 77ko. MoUsseo toe.,
aud Coffee illio. .
New York Market.
NEW YORK, May 21—P. M.
Flour Is more active, and lVAiio. better; sales
15,1 'm bris. at 7v-e 7S for supci-nne Slute; S;fj.7 o
for extra do.; ffs el(a6 73 for -superfine Webtorn: .
Ike- tavvl 40 fur conmiou to gocnl cum do., and $7 JJ
M lor round hoop Ohio, cluing buoyaut.
Wheat firm but quiet; sales 4, u0 bushels eommen
White Western at frl 77. ltye Is Aimer; sales uf 2.004
buhelsat wOtc.itl SI. Cora unchanged; sales ll.'OO
L-Ubh- ls at r:',o. for duinaged mixed V ustoru; Vlo for
mlAmi ortli.ru, tnd for Tellow oi all kind.
moon mixeu wsaioru i ueiuai so.v.uj.
v bitky lowoAi sale UM) bils. at aota30c., eloslnc at
1'ork active and firmer; ssles 430 bris sttlTHi
17 87 for nsw mesa! 9H,a,lK for prime uiosr, and 816 2a
to piiuie. lUwf ku-udi i sales 1.U0U bris. at J,"iS7 M
lur country prime; H'Mq,-i 75 for do mess; tl,iA fur
ropackrd Ohlooio, aud IVnilMor ettia. fritu mas
lleefnrni at )),ip3". lleaf Hants dull at Jn 6o&i7.
nwoii u,uict. Cut Meats lower; .aloa 10O packasea al
7Het7He. for Shoulders, and tHmtkc. lor llams.
Lard lower; sale at UMt&llTao. for So, 1 to nrlme
Iiutter steady at I??.Wc. for new Ohio and Stat.
Ooru dull. Iloideis ak prices whli h buyers raros
to pay. I iiland middling quoted at ilsc.
Iron atesily at XX&ii
, Tallow Il3c.
I'otashea dull at 5 VHliii BO. Pearls W 7J.
Puxur dull; Uuacovado iMtBSHo. CV lie arani sale
il lie. ...
Arrival and Departure of Steamers.
CINCINNATI, May 21, 18'9.
AaaiVAia Superior," Louisville; Endeavor, do.t
Boston, fSiroiaoolhi Lnnia.tor, Maysilllu; Lb
auou, a)U Leiu; Kunice, V healtng; ,
li:eAviats-tuiieror, Loulsvlll! Kanic, de.t
Kudoavor, I'ltl.bura; LancatUr, Maysvllle; Boatcna,
Voriaiuoiiihi Kunawha Valley. Kauawha: Swallow?,
?ai aeraburi ; Kate French, Ytaahviiie; ULauioa!
Htuburgj f lgTM, AUdiauu. ,
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