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THE DAILY PRESS
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O- IT. lELXaXj,
At Wo. 14 Wait Fourth street,
and dallvereit to subscriber In CIKCINNATI, COT.
INOTON and NEWPOKI.aad In surrounding eitls,
village and towns, at
SIX CENTS A WEEK,
Payable to the oairlar.
PRICE OF MAILING.
Single Ooples, S eta.) On Month, 40 oti.) Tbra
Mont ha, l 0O-, Ona Tear, ft 00.
Tin "Daut Paass" mar always ba procured of
me louowing agent:
Cambridge City, la .J. Van Benthuysen.
Cedarvilte, Ohio 5. H. Gllmey.
Colnmbna, ,.,..0. Olover.
Centwville, la B. Jomlaon, P. M.
OonnaraTllla, '. o. B. Ryder.
Covington, Ky Mr. Miller.
Cln.Ham.ft Dayton B.B 0. B. Steele.
CiroleTille, Ohlo....W. H. Kirk wood.
Dayton, William Shney.
Delaware, Hiram Oonld.
Greenville, j. Van Mater.
Oreoneburg, la John Wheatly.
Haniden, HeodsHllls P. 0. 0......Poit Mutter.
Hillaboro, Ohio.. .Dr. W. K. Smith.
Dam.EatonftRlch. B. R.Ohlo...O. Short.
Indianapolia, la. ..J. P. Trimble.
Knlghtatown, la. J. W. White, P. M.
Lafayette, " J. W. Goodwin.
Lebanon, Newton Mead.
Lawrencebnrg, la. Jno. Isherwood.
Lancaster, Ohlo....K. Bllllngahnrat.
London, ".-m.. John Wallace.
Aladisonvllle, John Coleman.
Muncle, la Cmig Mickey.
Marietta Ball Road, Calm ft Bro.
Marietta, Ohlo....K. Wincheiter.
Morysvllle, " J. L. Cherry.
Mhldletown, " o. O. Delnee ft Co.
Mllford, Ohlo....E. Uornbrook.
New Richmond, " D. L. Stlnchfleld.
Newport, Ky B. Dpwling.
Portsmouth, Ohio. ...James McDongal.
Itloamond, la II. J. Bargla.
Rising 8uu, Jos. Porter.
Springfield, OI1I0....E. A. NefT.
Terro Haute, la Jas. 8. Grubbs.
Troy, Ohlo.M. 8. Wagner.
Union City, la h. Searl.
Waynosvlllo, Ohio.... A.Henry Pngh.
Xenla, ' .... j. c. Tiffney.
Zaleskl, . "...
MSW AND INTEtia
, JiVKRV 1)A
IHE LARGEST C
QUI'JCIES IN Tl
N. E. Corner Sj
iiiu Third Sta.
J. C. BELMAN,
THE YOUNO AMERICAN ERONAUT,
Magnificent Display of Fireworks,
, H. P. DIEHL,
THE CFLEBRATED PYROTECHNIST,
CITY LOT, JULY 4, 1859.
Kor particulars or ihe Bulloon Exhiliilion In the
Afternoon nud names of pieces to tie burnt lu the
Evening sen bills and programmes of the day.
Admission To Balloon (exhibition, Including seats,
rents: to seats tor Tropical Ascension, 91; to exhi
bition Fireworks, including scats, W cents; without
Beats, 2." fronts.
Doorsopen at 12 M. and 7X P. M.
A Cornet Hand has lieen engaged. Also, a strong
Polics ftircojo preserve order. jc27-tt
First Grand Annual Pic-Nlc,
Vox the UcncAt of the Orphans, will come on"
On th-3 Fourth of July,
AT THE LUDLOW GROVE.
Cars will l.'iivo the II. A D. B. R. Depot at V.i, '
o clock A. M., aud at noon, to convey persons to the
There will be two Bands of Music In attendance.
Tickets $1 each, admitting a Gentleman and Lady.
coHUiTTaa or ahkanokiiknth.
James McCanii, Stephen Carragan, Patrick Guilfoil,
Patrick Owius, Patrick Deuhau, K. Kvcshaii.
The Chair Makers' Protective Society
WILL GIVE TUEIB
FIRST GRAND PIC-NIC,
' AT PARLOR GROVE,
On Thursday. July 7, '59.
Bteamer CHAMPION No. 3, has been engaged for
Music by Prof. .lleDouuld'a Brass and String Band
TICKETS ONE DOLLAR.
Capt.J B.Armstrong, J. Wall,
Louis Osterhrock. H. Otten.
B.Strouiaun, R. Harrison, H. Grimm,
a. scuwungnaus, u.urnuenbacK.
P. A? BUST?' ''
The boat will leave the foot of Walnut street atT
o'clock, thtuce to Fulton, returning touch a New
port, Covington, Walnut street, and foot of Fifth st.
I. Ski. Xi.
AFTER MANY YEARS OF PRACTICAL
experience in the art of Mustard-making, the
proprietors oner the above brand of Mustard to the
pithllo, guaranteeing It a strictly pur article, manu
factured from the best quality of seed, carefully se
lected with the design of producing a Mn.tard SUPK
Hloil IN FLAVOU AMU PUaGENOY TO ANY
NOW IN USE. We have no hesitation in saying
that all lovers of good Mustard will find the I. X. L.
to be that which they so frequently fail to obtain, '
MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTARD.
BWOrders promptly filled.
HARRISON & WILSON
ie24 09 and 101 Walnut-street.
"W .A. 3W W 3D 3D .
A limited amount of Trust
Co. Bank Checks;
Central Bank Checks;
Citizens' Bank Checks.
American Half Dollars:
Land Warrants Bought
Highest price paid for II.
Wisconsin Money; '
Spanish Quarters, i3H cents each, or tl 31 por ounce.
AT THE QUEEN CITY DANK,
- N. W. corner Third and Main, Cincinnati, 0..
Je24 B. N. BLOC DM, Cashier I
SEWING MACHINE CO.
, 68 WEST FOURTH STREET,
. 'C " , j Cincinnati. . i v i ,
A;S AN EVIDENCE OF THE SUPERIOR-
-tie. ITY pf the Machines manufactured by theGro.
ver and Baker Sewing Machine Co., they have over
i,0nu in daily ute in niunufactories, work-shops and
families. , Public patrouakn is ,0m best evldouoe of
merit. These Machines, alike victorious ovor prejn.
dice aud competition, now justly enjoy mure univer
sal favor Hunt baa ever been bestowed upon any
Mftuulactarii.g Machines making the shuttle
stltoh, and Family Machines making the celebrated
Orovor A Baker stitch, of a7 different patterns, vary
Ing in price from S50 to 912A! descrlptiv circulars of
Machines and illustrations of tho stitch, can be had
on application., by letter or otherwise. I , . Js-30
, B.emovai. ;j ,
THE CINCINNATI EQUITABLE IN8U
RANCH COMPi il V has mnved tn No. Sn W...
Third street, iu the Basement of the New MaaoulO
.JOSEPH K. BMITU.
VOL. I. NO. 110.
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CINCINNATI, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 23, 1859.
PRICE ONE CENT.
THE FAMILY, x T
Give universal satlfnrtlon, nnd the fact that no
ON K HUNDRED DiiMAH MACHINE has main
tained either its PKICE or position sine the gen
ral introduction of these machines at
850 and 860,
la sufficient acknowledgement of their possessing
superior merits. Their lightness, simplicity and elo-
ianceof coustructlon, unrivalled speed, perfection In
nlsh and operation, combined with their low price,
constitute them the Family Machine of the age.
"operators to go out by the day.
Cincinnati Oilice, 02 West Fourth at.'
' ARTIST. '
O. W. rhllllps, No. 4 Bacon's Building, corner
Sixth aLd Walnut.
Wilder, Koblnson oV Co., !t:iO Walnut street.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Anderson, l.'ates Jk Wright, 1 VI Main st.
CABINET MAKER'S HARDWARE.
McAlpln. llluninn 6c Co., Walnut st.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Kennet, Dudley oV Co., najenta, VI Main at.
FLUID INK MANUFACTURER.
J. J Butler. 39 Vine st.
; MEDICINES. -. , ,
Dr. C. V. Ttohni k'a Bcnndinavlan Btobil. Fills
and Blood Purirler, No. Hint ourth street, sec
ond building from Main.
Pollock oV McPall, 2 J i Walnut st.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Dr. W. H- Week, tit Broadway. . ,
Dr. J. C. Reek, MT Broadway. J 1 "
Geo. B. Hlont Oc Co., 94 West rourth street.
SUGAR-CANE AND GRAIN MILLS.
Ilodaes, Kree dc Co., 0 Main st,
O. W. Sholl, ar Walnut street. . :
J. C. Meyer, South-east cornor l'ikaand l'carl sis.
WATCHE3 AND JEWELRY.
Bogg fc Mini! h, 0 West Fourth st.
WINDOW SHADES AND OIL CLOTHS.
Snowden A Otte, 11 West Fourth at.,.
WIRE CLOTH AND PRODUCTS.
8. . Burnett Co., T Walnut st. '
NATIONAL FIELD BAND.
rtlHE UNDERSIGNED TAKES THIS
M. method of Informing the l'libllo, that ho mi.
Is now prepared to furnish J?
For Military farudos. Kiiranipmonts, Civic
Hrocesslons, c, ut the shortest notkn. All orders
left nt No. 427, Fifth street, or at UiirKo's, No. 215,
Sixth street, will ro?civo prompt attention.
J. HAZARD DAVIS.
1 O GO
OHIO WHITE SULPnUB SPRINGS,
Open to vNltoi-s oeeklim hrnlth or plonsurr,
Iroiii June lt to Ortnlier Int.
ACCOMMODATION FOH OVER 300 V1SITOKS.
riTE Ohio White Sulphur SprinRs nre eitu-
-- atcd lu Delaware County, IS miles North of Co
lunibiia, (tho Capital of Ohio) on tho Srlota l'.lver, I
miles from Delaware, ft miles from the White Sulphur
Station on the Springfield, Mount Vernon ami 1'ittH
burg Kailroail, and 10 miles from Pleasant Valley er
Springs Station, on the Culiimbns, i'iuua and Indi
Tho medicinal iinlities uf these Springs are unsur
passed by those ol any other Mineral Waters in tin
For ltooni or other Information, address
ANDIiKW WILSON, Jr.
je24-6wt White Sulphur Spring. Ohio.
Female Disorders and Skin Diseases,
ABE C0BED BY
MAGNET WITHOUT MEDICATION AT
. Ir. S. Sll.SHEE'S
Office for the troatment of Chronic Diseases,
jo23tam No. 7 Mlxlb atreet, Cincinnati.
THE SALES-ROOM FOR BRUEN'S PAT
ENT 8KWIN MAOHINii-Has boon removed
from No. 7 Burnet llous.i lluilding to No, 9 Carlisle
Building, over Clurkt's Dod.siore, here I shall he
haupy to show the host Double-thread Sewing Ma
chine now made, ..Call and sec it. - ,
' . " ' P0LKMAN," :
ie30 Solo Agent for the West.
CELEBRATION OF THE FOUR'II OF
JULY. If the cltizeusof Cincinnati a v Itssur
roundings wish to celebrate in a truly pal i tic aud
becoming manner the coining glorious Fo h til they
BlUBt be sure to go to JOHN BATES' establishment,
where every body the f.nest Winoa, Brandies and
Cigars are to be had, such as elevate and invigoruto
tho system and fits it lor rational enjoyment. He
."l.',..51!!',.'J'.n(1 "erry, and get your supplies frofm
JOHN lllJtS. who has just received a lurge stock of
Champagne, Still and Sparkliug Catawba, Claret,
Sherry, Madorla and Port Wines, Fine Brandies, Ja
maica Bum, Scotch and Irish Whisky, Havana CI-
Sam, and all sorts of Condiments, Sauces,and Pickles,
c, which weTVill soli low for cosh. ,
jeJO National Theater Bulldiug,'8ycahiore-st.
rRITIT CANS AND JARS.
W hav Just roelTed, direct from our Philadelphia
man nloctory.a full supply of these excellent
J ; FRUIT CANS AND JARS.
Thw Cans are the best now in use, and are all
PREPARED FOB SEALING.
They nest on within the other, (exopt the Quus,)
to secure economy in transportation.
ARTHUR, BUBNHAM ft GTLKOT, rf
Manufacturers under the patent.
" I.. j. . , f , ... ,.
aWflend for a Trad Circular.
.''O'O S'. ,,,,
JOS. It. GREENE, Agent,
. - . ,; ... )4 Kast Pearlatrest. i
ce Crenui Freezer. , , . jelt .f
MOUNTAIN D JEW;
vi, t uie 'suuruuu traiSHy,
AT THE EARNEST REQUEST OF A
few eminent members of the' Bar nt Hnmlltnif
Cojiuty, I have tapped a barrel of this Pure Bourbon
w biaky, which is now nearly-seven years old. Iam
" W.WUIU1UUBW vuntuuiura in Quantities,
from one gallon upwards at a fair nrico.
AL80-In store and for sale .. 1-1 M
. 8,1X10 Biijh. Prlmo Feeding Oats.
1,000 ..Karlo?n,. V i.,.
m ' " iamily Corn Meal,
1UU Bids., best Family Four. '
81T and 319 Broadway and Lockport Avenne
J ! 156 West Fourth Street.
Between Race ami Elm, CluclnuaU, O.
Calls especially the attention of Ladies and Gentle
men to his new process foroleaning all mad np and
with all th trimmings on-avsry kind of Silk, Barega,
Grenadine, Ohnlll and Waol Dresso,. t ,t ,iT J
All kinds of t-hawla, Piano and Table-oovera, Tin
Lacet (Black and Whits)), Lao and, Damask Cnrtairts,
dons np equal to new, Gentlemen 'i clothe cleaned
felt Hat and Kid Glove cleaned. us
FASHION FOR JULY.
tsuiAviD roa trk ptn.v raiss.J
U0BN1NU OR BREAKFAST CAP.
Some of our lady reader may ask whore
they can order caps like the above. We
answer, at the Misses Baird, 118 West Fourth
; icinnati,"ti:kday, jine m.
Local News. The City Prison--Needed Reform--Disgraceful
Local News. The City Prison--Needed Reform--Disgraceful Neglect of Female Prisoners--
Wake Up, People of Cincinnati!
The pressure upon tho City Counoil to Im
prove tho condition of those daily incarcerated
in the city prison, wo hope will looncauso tha
needed reform. The matter it under conside
ration by the prison committee. The pby-
pician, Dr. Webb, Mrs. Peter, and some other
oitizen visitors ' are urging specially some
ohanges in Uio regulations and accommoda
tions of females. We engage that somathing
would be dono forthwith if our oltizens could
Lave seen the sight last night, when, with tho
tliormometer near 100 in the shade, over foity
women of ail grades of erimc from tbo first
false step to oonfirmed ehaniolesncss and cal
lousnessof slattern dress of tetni-nakednoss,
of faded gentility and unmitigated oontempt of
even decency of apparel, white and black, old
and young, mother and grandmothor, sick and
well steaming with rarifiod heat of personal
unclearlinees, perspiring together, in a hoatod
; apartment tho two walls of whioh arc unbro
ken by a window to give air or light, which is
admitted by skylight from the roof abovo
with no current of air, except stirred from n
earavansora of seventy male prisonors ten feet
' below, In a caged room of similar dimensions,
where the sweating, wet-clothed chain-gang
men, after a day's hard labor, dissipate among
the crowd of foul-mouthed, whUky-bloatod,
sore-limbed mendicants, and diseased fellow
inmates that stifling stenoh whioh is akin to
the under-deck of a slave-ship, or the black
sole of Calcutta. Now, whatever originality
of odor may be peculiar to the room above, its
sublimated onensivencss is equalled and sur
passed by tha strata of floor No. 1, which, with
soun faint mark of gentility, is loth to
asceid fnd mix with the air above, and oozes
gently up a hatchway, and finally incorporates
stencil with stench, until the well white-washed
walls tven beoome stained with the poison of
the miasma. In this atmosphere, daily and
nightly, a fearful experiment of endurance is
protraoted; the forms of once gentle women
crouch in corners or strut in shameless effron
tery up and down one beaten track; eyes glar
ing sadly or madly on eaoh other; bosoms
heaving with besotted passion, or demooiao
rage at sooiety; cheeks are pale and shorn of
former loveliness, or flushed with shame; lips are
parohed with whisky, or discolored with tobacoo
or stronger narootio; hair ono the pride of the
wearer is matted and negleoted. Here with no
matron, no supervising female, no regular em
ployment', no literary or religious culture, are
; forty woman fed with soup and corn bread,
allowed to saunter and gossip and frolio, and
subject to obscene oomment and rejoinder from
the loathed object called men in the room
below, and at night lay on the floor with a few
bed-elothes, and pallets that bar served the
hundreds sleeping there sinoe the stable was
Tha lamentable truth must be told, that wo
men onoe oonDoed here, on being released sin
again, and are returned, so that but a few dayi
intervene before tbey unite with a partl-oolored
mass of ' congenial spirits, aver similar, yet
unlike corrupting the innooent, making more
oallous the indifferent oursing and rejoioing
at intervals, and by those ooarse railleries that
seem so 'unnatural in women, out np and oblit
erate tbe rising remonstrance of some one
whose oonsoience Is not thorn of its active
power. , Into and out of this prison tha wave
tide of the low order of prostitution and orlrae
flows, and here is presented the tad speotaole
of abandoned women, deformed, diseased, de
nuded of dress and, decency, victims of the
scoundrel's passion,' add after a career and
death of drunken orgies, of remorse.. What
ever impulse of goodness may yet moulder at
sparks in tbe ashes of their expended follies,'
few encouragements offer to fan the good wish
into a blaze. Distrusted and contemned, self- ,'
oonvioled and hopeless, tbe process of offend
ing, of arrest, of imprisonment goes en, and
the graduation It always in the descending .
loale, until death ends the story. We wish, the
thoughtless parents,' the Indifferent guardlanfc, "
tbe giddy girl of imprudenoe among the poorer '
classes of laborers, and even of high positions, '
eould see the degrading eight we have teen
with the accompaniment. More oare would
be taken with young girls, and young girls
j wouia avoiu ue very appearaao oi evil.
Good men and women, of Cinolnnatl, bow ,
long is this moral Lazar-house to remain la
fhlt condition? i W trust that ventilators will
at oom be placed, in the City Prison, with oold
air-ducts below to bear off the foul air, and that
rooms properly furnished and ordered may be
secured for female prisoners, as to make them
better off in habits and principle on leaving.
If Council will not aot at onoe, we will start a
subscription among the citizens, and provide
decent comforts, at least, to save Cincinnati
from disgrace. It is a tad thing to see the
poverty-striokon, half-clad prisoners, men and
womon, leave on Saturday night, when re
leased. Without money, (we met one yester
day, after he was let out; he bad worked for
three weeks on the chnin-gang, but received
no money. He was lame, and but half clad;
bad no plaoe to go, and must soon go back;)
without friends; known to bo jail-birds; often
diseased or lame, and not able to work; tboir
very appearance discourages begging, and, of
course, but a few hours pass until they steal
either food or clothing, because they noed
them, or to get back again to the prison hole,
whioh, bad as it is, tbey have a horn interest
in, and for which and even its evils are a (foo
ted with a local pride. Eaoh time that tbey
pass through the oourts, each one enrts ihe
oity near fire dollars, besides the expense of
keeping up the prison. None pay the oos I ,
for tbey are unable.
A Midnight Serenade and its Consequences.
John Jones is an injured man at loast the
individual whom, in our discrotionary caution,
we have designated by that name for John
threatens us with vengeance dire should we
reveal his true oognotnen. Being naturally ot
a timid temperament, and having no intonse
predilection to have our head punched some
dart night, or rather morning, as wo are wond
ing our way from tho office to our dotneutio
tabornaclo, we refrain from giving his true
appellation. We ropoat, however, with em
phasis, that John Jones is an injured man.
John, liko Giles Soroggins, courted Molly
Brown, a Fifth-stroet milliner; who, although
not rich in personal beauty, was and is yet, the
possessor of a thousand golden charms, safely
deposited in the strong box of one of our oity
banks. This, togothor with her doing a snug
little businoss in the way of ribbons and criu
olinc, made her an object as precious in John's
oyos as Miss Kiluianscgg with hor goldon leg.
What cared John if unseemly freckles marred
the beauty of his tlulcinca, whon ho could
count a golden dollar for ovory blotch . And
if malioious pooplo would persist in calling hor
head retf, was not hor fortuno golden?
Jones determining to ooncjucr a success, went
in and got squeezed. In corroboration of this
fact we havo tho roliablo testimony of Miss
Tubitba Mccrubb,a neighbor aud rival trades
woman to the inipresfeiblo Molly, ami whouiojt
positively affirms that on a certain night she
peeped through the blinds intendod to curtain
Molly's apartments from the vulgar gaze, nnd
"saw," (to quote hor own choice languago,)
"the rile bsggngo actooaly a huggin' and a
kissln' of him." This, Tabitha assorts, with
eyes of tho most voluminous rotundity, aud
with that emphasis so peculiar to maidens of
an uncertain age, whoso fuclinks huvo been
shocked by "goin's on so scandalous. "
John, for many month?, thus bakod iu the
sunshine of his charmer's affectionu. But, (to
use an entirely original expresbion, and fur
which we intend at some future time to take
out a oopy-rtght)
"The course of true love never did run smooth,"
Jones found this aphorism to be none tbe
less an axiom and that his affections bad been
supplanted by a certain denier in boef nnd
bolognas who had a stand in market aud
traveled on his muscle. Jones was disconso
latedeeply, dircfully, dismally, dreadfully
disconsolate, as our neighbor of the Enquirer
would say but, dumniag Uospair, be devised
an expedient to retrieve his fallen fortunes.
He suddenly bethought him to invoke tho
heavenly aid, and in soul-stirring and pathctio
notes, to syllable in song bis undying love for
the fickle Molly. Prompt to act, we find our
hero on the very night of his determination,
wending bit way along the street on whioh his
charmer was domioiled, and bearing on his per
son tbe entire instruments of a well appointed
brass and field band. Arriving at his destination,
Jones deposited his instruments within convent
entreaoh,and assuming an Appolonian attitude
ho seized aguitar,and after a Bhort prelude began
the Serenade from Don Pasquale. Tbe only
living being who teemed to be entranced by
bit melody was a libertine cat, who paused in
bis peregrinations on a neighboring roof and
meaw'd 4 very respectable obligate. Witbia
the house, however, all was at silent as the
tomb; but Jones had studied the olassios, and
exolaiming " Nil denptrandum I" he elevated a
trombone and blew a blast that would have
awakened Rip Van Winkle.
. But still tbe window of his dulcinea was to
all appearanoet hermetically soaled, and no
signs of lifo within tho house were visible,
Jones then fell back upon bit last resort, and
exeouted a reveille upon a snare drum that
wonld have put the Infant Drummer to the
"The best laid schemes o' mice and men '
Gang aft ogles." .
Just at he wat performing a formidable roll, he
felt himself clasped in the sturdy arms of a
guardian of the night, and heard a rough voice
exolaiming: "Move on to the watoh-bouse."
Jones did just what any other individual, who
oould not help it, would have done, lie did
move on, and in lest time than we ccild relate
it, wat nndor look and key. Hero we loavo
him, a ladder, if not wiser man.
C. J. W. Smith, told the dwelllnir No. SO
Richmond Streot between Elm and Plum stroets,
a lease-hold, to Morris Summers, for ftrm.
Also, a loase-hold on Western Row between
Liberty and Oliver ttretits, to L. Dumicker. for
1,735. i .,. .
William Wallaoi iu before Judsa Lowe
yesterday : morning on two eharues. dUordri
oonduot and the improper exposure of bit per
son, lie wat nnea fill and . pent to tha City
Prison ten dayi. -
SuvtaAL individuals, for violating the mar-
ket ordinances, and the ' ordinance against
overloading wagons, were fined in the Polio
Court yesterday morning. . : i , j..
REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS.
Additional News by the Bremen.
HOW ENGLAND REGARDS FRANCE
MORE ENGLISH APPOINTMENTS.
From tbe mails by the Bremen, w have Ihe
following additional news:
The London Xitnos, spcuking of Pahnerstun
and Russell, says:
"Both see in France a better agent for the
reorganization of Italy, and for the oreation of
that fedoral union which is all the unity possi
ble under tbe existing circumstances.
Were tho question to be confined to the pres
ent state of affairs, the policy to be pursued
might be ttatod in a tentence:
Austria is flying homewards; France stid
Sardinia aro pursuing her across tho Adda;
Venice is about to bo attacked Immediately ;
on the cast and on the south the wbole penin
sula is raising against her and expelling her
allieB and garrisons. Tbe only advice to be
iiiven is, that Austria should acoommodate
horeolf to those painful oir?u in stances, just as
tinsMund admitted the independence of tbe
United Stotes, and France has twice submit'ed
to tho dictation of invaders.
There c.in be no glory euioed bv stubborn.
and even viutoriusy resistance to the just claims
f a great nation, nnd it is unwiso to wngo a
wnr wl;ero even military fuceoss incurs moral
opprobrium. No djubt this and similar con
siderations will bo in due time urged upon Aus
tria by tho two ministers who have undertaken
to divulo tho responsibility of our foreign re
There is no doubt entertained thnt the
vention between Russia and tho Rothschilds
will rejult in their being contractors for nnv
r....-n I..-- t, , r
tutu, u ivnn nunaii, luav UCSirc to raiO.
In London a bluo book has been published,
contuininr all tbe EnglUli correspondence on
Italian attain). The latest noto assigns to Aus
tria tho Inst rcpoiudbility for dTl the misciics
nnd calamities inovitablo consequent in a con
flict which was on tho eve of being averted.
Tbe London News of 14th inst. says that it
is Duiiovou mat tjoru wigin has been oOVrod
the Secretary of the Colonics. Mr. Cohden
will have tho option of tho Board of Trnde
and Milner (,'ibson will also enter the Cabinet.
Sidney Herbert will probably bo Minister of
War; Sir (J. C. Lewis, President of the India
Board, and Mr. Oladptono, Counsellor of the
Exohequer. Sir R. Bethel is also spoken of
for tbe latter office Sir James tirabniu, tha
Duko of New Castlo and tbo Duko of Argyle
have declined to join the new Administration.
Tho Loudon Times city artiolo of tho l:5th
says that tho statements that Prussia will soon
abandon her neutrality appoar to rest on no
definite authority, and uio perhaps merely i n
couiagod at. Berlin to moot the excitement in
tho other (iorman Staton.
Later from Mexico.
New Orleans, June 28. The steamship
Tennessee is below, bound to this port, with
Vora Cruz dates to tho 22d inst.
Tbe Conduct, which left tbo city of Mexico
with $5,000,000 in spedo, on tho 2Sth ult., was
sciczd by Won. Robles, when forty miles from
Vera Cruz. A commissioner, had been sent
from Vera Cruz to negotiate with Gen. Robles
for the liberation of the specio, but accom
It is reported that the French and English
Ministers had arrangod lor shipping tbe specie
on board uu Englioh wur vessel at Macoinhn.
Mr. McLnno, tho United States Mini.-tnr,
had sont Captain Farragut, of the United
States stoainor Brooklyn, to demand a release
of the American portion of tho specie, amount
ing to $2,000,000, but the result of his mia-ion
had not transpired.
Tbe English Uuet had been ordered to Vera
Cruz. There is no : political new of import
ance., . . ,,; ,, ; . . ;. ,
Fatal Railroad Accidents.
Baltimore, June 27 The train that left
this city on Saturday niter noon for PhiliiuVI
phia, was thrown from tbe .track, at Chase's
Station, about fifteen miles distant. It. M.
Clough, the engineer, was killed, and a man,
whose name is not known, leaped from the
train, and bad his arm smashed, tendering am
putation necessary. : , , '. ol . .'i
Tho engine, mail and baggnge-cars were
thrown from the track, and much damugod.
Tho train was dcluyed about six hours. None
of the passongers wero injurod.
CHibTliu, 1'a.,Juiio 27. An aged woman
wua run over by tho freight train ftr Balti
more, on Saturday night, near this place, nnd
her leg crushed and collar bono broken. She
was brought hero, but did not survive lung.
She wua walking on the truck, and though
hailed by pcrious on tbo road, warning h' r of
hur dangct, eho continued to walk along until
struck by the train. As sha was seen to look
back at the ooining train, it is supposed that
sue uosigaeu emciu. ,
Fire at South Bloomfield.
0., June 27. About one
o'clock this morning a fire broke out iii the
. 1. 1 ... .1 A . . .,
" ui uio oi me American Mouse, ooutn Uloom
fiold, in this county. Thirteen horses were
burned, among which was tbo celebrated stal
lion, Tom Uegcr. Loss about $5,0U0. Ihe
fiio is supposed to be the work of an inccn-
Arrival of the Overland Mail.
St. Louis, June 27. The Overland Califor
nia Mail with dates to the 3d iust., arrived
here Saturday nicht. The Arizona corros-
poudout of the Republican; says, that another
revolution has broken outin Sononu The Aitnta
Tiwlitna h.v. lu,.n 1,A A-l.l J .l-
-- . - .Mu ... lieu iu iavur ut .Lne
Gaudora Churoh party. Tbo revolutionists
have captured several large towns and were
uany receiving auditions to their numbers.
Nov-Arrival of the Nova Scotia.
Fartukk Point. .Tuna 47 TI, n.-i-j
- - - , ' . U U W.JI.,:ifH
steamship Nova Scotian has not yet been sig
nalled below. II nr dnlna will ha n ik. I ...i.
instaut, one day later than those received bv
. U - TJ VY .T . -
uiv xTuiuvu at n ew x ora. - t i . .
BotTOK. June i7 A t An o.Kimu- e i.
works on Bunker Hill, on Saturday evening,
uuBu, vuo spectators, a Mrs. Oliver r rost, was
struck by a rocket stick, and fatally injured.
Nkw Orleans. June 27.' -Mll Ti u
on Baturdny, nominated for Congress in the
Second Distriot, by the anJi-SIidoll Democrats.
St. Louis, June 27 M. The river foil fir.
inohe at this point during the 24 hours ending
at dark last night, and is receding at About the
same rate this morning. All tbe upper Streams
are reportod declining. i Weather eieur and
very wartfti j., ..(,. 1( ..... . , ,., ...
Pittsrubu. June 27 M Hi ver six fnrt kv
the pier mark, And stationery. Vcather clear
and very warm.
M. Horace Virntt hu lf P.,a r. T. i.
havlna? ordara tn ttnint ik. V... ..r i . '
bello for the Museum of Versailles, Monte
bollo Is situated in one of the loveliest spots of
lovely Italy. The artist hat an opportunity
her to blend tbe bsauty ef tbe landscape, with
m.v uvitvi vt tue umue igene.
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PIANO AND MELODEON HOUSE .
l'inuo Forte oV Melodcon Maker Ac Dealers
NO 9it UrTII 8T., KKAIt TLCM.
JOLE AGJKXTM for the sale of ,
r-m-L '. J. Wrlrtltlsrii. Wnrlnnsri, 61 '- ;
fC?.V? t. V. Holme., N. V.
Mm. MUler'a, IT; T.
Celebrated Piano rorte. . . . ,
Kvr I'lauo warranted for ten fours. ' '5
N. B. Plunos and flclodenns tnnrd ani repair '
thuroughly. Tiauos to lot tmni fsto 115, per quarter.
.... PRITTINO A 1IKH.,
K. ffr filth sliest, neat Plus. '
C. AUSTIN'S, Melodeons. Je21
D B. ANDIaKWS,'
WATCH MAKER AND JEWELER.
tU No. !2;l(l I'itth 8trcrt,
' OR DOOR WST or F L L M .
Aii. work warranted to perform well, If not, ao
Watches, Clocks and .Tewelrr sold cheap. je24-iat
AND DKALCa IN
Cheese, Butler, nar.iii, I'lnnr, Omln, 8ee,ls, Dried
Krulu, Bvans, and all kinds of Country Produce,
No. 'il Walnut HI reef,
BSTMark all foods to B. H. . . r, , JelS ,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
the citizens of Cincinnati that be has opened
an ofllc at No. lai West Sixth street, for the treat
mentof OUNHUMl'TION and C1IBOMU DISEASES
gen'Tslh". ConHiiltatlon free.
vi(Hce hours, m to 12 and 9 to 4. '
rrBealdence, I'll Vet Fourth streot. jelO-cmf
MITCHELL i KALI KELSBEEG, ,
: WHOIvKSAH AND BETA 1 1. ... ,
Tiim it lire Ware Itooms,
No. Oil WIST FOURTH KTRKKT,
-MT to PosT-orrtca, . CINCINNATI.
sjmrFoctory o and Second sts. apl3-em
J. & C. UEAKI11T,
52 Second st., bet. Walnut and Vine.
AND IMPOltTEr.S OF
English, French S Germau Chemicals.
B-AUW ' - ,; v-j- , .....
PUIXAN & WIM,IAMSON,
(At the old stand of Pullan, Hatfield ft Brow,) '
i No. M WUST SECOND ST., '
' , CINCINNATI.'' '
jostPti rtJLiAN, formerly of Pullan, Hatfield ; Browa
is . a. wixli AH80N. mr22-ACW
a.s-rciLAa. eao.BATrisu. T.aaaowx. a.saiNiiBB
PULLAN, HATFIELD & BROWN,
' AND AGENTS FOB
CINCINNATI HTA AI SUGAR. REFINERY
No. 55 Coluuibla (or Second) street,
aver Betiuei Sugars and Sirups always on hand.
AMERICAN BANK NOTE COM.
i. PA NY, south. Mit corner of fourth and Mala
streets, Cincinnati, Ohio. ni;raved in a style corr
apondlne; In exeellenoe tn that of Bank Notes, Rail
road, Stata and County Bunds. CcrtiAcntes of Stock
and Deposit, Checks, Notes. Bill and Letter Beads,
(lards, ivc, Ac. The above olflre is under the supervi
sion of 2391 . G0 T. JONES. Engraver. ,
1y & C. KINSEV. PLAIN AND ORNA
. MENTAL PLA8TKKKK3 Alaterials fur. i
nished and work done at tho shortest notice. Lime,
Nails, Lath, Plaster of Paris, VrmeBt, Plasterins i, .
Hair, Fire Hrick and Clay, for sale. Also, Plostei
iii material mad up ready for lmmedutie use. AIL , J
orders promptly attended to. Office, South-east cor
ner of Pearl and Westwu Bow, Cin., O. . . jeS-amt .
HCSNrX BLIND 'FACTORY, WM. W:
CAUPN XKK ft CO., Manufacturer of Venitlai
BlIn'lHanJ Window Shades, w holesale and retail. No. '
42 Statu street, between Walnut aud Vine, opposite ,
Wood's Theater, Cincinnati, Ua Old Blinds repainted
and retrimmed. Church, Store and other large
Sliadoa made and lettered. 76 1
E1RANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
C FOUHDAT. R. ALLISON, Bnperintendent. .
Priatlug Blutcrialsof all kinds. 16 Vlue street. lW
PUG II & KIRK, Attorney at Law, No.
12 Selves Buildina, south side Third St., between
lain Snd Walnut, Cincinnati. Ohio, . . .. . TJM
WILLIAM H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY '
and Counsellor at Law, Chew1 Building
Third street, 3 doors Kost of Main. , 171
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0 ANDY I: OANDY
, r .. (Successor to llvras ft Co.) 1
Manufacturer aud Wholesale Dealers
j '"5..?!.-..i:iIlri,-,,.i!,..,....,lii . .
j FI 'aJiT) plain candies,
4J MAIN STRr.ET, CINCINNATI.:
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Ne 5tf West Fourth Hu, beu Walnut oVViue,
I. I.. HAMLIK.
B. B. BBITB.
Drs. HAMLEN '& SMITH," ' (
, ) No. 3 West Fourth St. . .
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353 1W ,T X 'O 'i T'
Offloa No. 138 West' Fourth street,
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MEDICAL CARDS. STEAMBOATS.
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