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NEW NATIONAL THEATER
ou.,Air84!ur?' W" T""
BENEFIT OF MB. J. t. NAGLE.
On which occasion Mrs. Alice J. Kingsbury, having
kinilly voluntoercd hor services, will make her fourth
appearance on any stage. ,
THURSDAY EVENINO. June 30, law, will be
acted the 1st aud 21 acts of Judge Conrad's great ploy
Jack Cade, Mr. .1. K. Nagloj Lord Clifford, Mr. J.
K. Mortimer; Lord 8ay,(let appearance,) Mr. E.Ciir
ran; W at Worthy, (1st appearance,) Mr. T. Douglas;
Marlamne, Mrs. J. E. Ragle. '
After which the beautiful comedy, oalled ,
STILL WATERS KTJN DEEP.
John Mildmay, Mr. J. E. Nagle: Bawksley, Mr. 0.
Hamilton: Potter, Mr. Bmytli: Mrs. Mildmay. Mrs.
Alice J, Kingsbury; Mrs. Mternbold, Mrs. J. E. Nagle.
' To conclude with the langhable farce called
Dick Pashall, Mr. E. Collins; Frederick; Mr. J. K.
NEW AND INTEKKSTINQ ENTERTAINMENT
EVEBT DAI AND EVENING.
1HE LARGEST COLLECTION OF ANTI
QUITIES IN THE UNITED STATES.
N. 13. Corner Sycamore aud Third St.
J. C. BELMAlVt
THE YOUNG AMERICAN jERONA UT
-AND- I"! ; ' .,
Magniflceii. Display of Fireworks.
' THE CELEBRATED PYROTECHNIST,
-ON TBE- ' :. t
CITY IQT, JULY 4, 1859. j
For particular of the Balloon Exhibition in the
Afternoon and names of pieces to be burnt la the
Lveningsoe bills and programmes of the day,
ADMibsio.t-To Ualloon Exhibition, including seats,
Moeutoj to scats for Tropical Ascension, $1; to exhi
bition Fireworks, including seats, M cents: without
seats, 23 ceuts.
Doors open nt 12 M. and 1H P. M.
AOoruot Baud has beon engaged. Also, a strong
Pollco forco to preserve order. jo27-tt
First Grand Annual Pic - Nlc,
For the Benefit of the Orphans, will come off :
Oix ths Fourth of July,
. AT TEE LUDLOW GROVE. .
Cars will leave tha B. A D. R. R. Depot at 7!, H
o ciprk A. M., Hiid at noon, to couvey persuns to the
Tl'ic will le two Bands of Mulc In attendance.
Tickets 1 each, adinttt ug u Oont'eiuau aud Lady.
OKMMIT'rKK or ARRANGEMENTS.
Jamea McOanu, Stephen "arragau, 1'atrlok Goilfoll,
Patrick Uweiis, Patrick Doehuu, K, Keeshau.
jvU ' .
The Chair Makers' Protective Society
WILL GIVI THEIB '
FIRST GRAND PIC-Nld,
AT PARLOR GROVE,
On Thursday. July 7, "50.
Stoamer OB AMPION No. S, has been engaged for
..' ., 'be occasion.
Muslo by Prof. McDonald' Brass and String Band
TICKETS ONE DOLLAR.
Mrinaa-ersi " !
Oapt. J B. Armttrong, J. Wall, H. Merrlshan
Louis Osterbiock, II. Otten, 8. Biro,
H, Btromann, R. Harrinon, II. Grlmme,
A. Uchwanghaus, G.'Braitenback.
8. II. SHIfLAB, Chief.
J. KUBLTNG.l. ,.,.,
P. A. RUST, J Assistants.
The boat will leave the foot of Walnut street at 7
o'clock thence to Fulton, returning touch at Now.
port, Covington, Walnut street, aud foot of Fifth it.
I. X. Tj. i
AFTER MANY TEARS OP PRACTICAL
experience In the art or Mustard-making, the
proprietors onr the above brand of Mustard to the
Fmblic, guaranteeing It a strictly pure article, manu
actured Irom tlio beat quality of seed, carefully as -looted
with the design of produciuga Mustard 81TPE
RlOtt IN FLAVOR AMD PUKliF.NOY 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 tall to obtain,
MUSTARD THAT IS MUHTARIV
-. MVOrden promptly filled. I
HARRISON k WILB0N,J
M ' ' ' 99 nod 101 WalBut-.lreeti
A limited amount of Trust
Co. Bank Checks;
Central Bauk Chocks; '
Ultlwuis' Bank Checks.
American Half Dalian:
Do Quarters) i
Land Warrant Bought
Bighest price paid for Il
Wlsoousiu Money; .
Iowa do; m
Tenuesseei ' ; i , j
tpauiah Quarters, KH ceuta each, or II tt per ounce.
, ' AT THE QUEEN CI1TV BANK,
, nj . W. corner Third and Main, Cincinnati, 0
JM . i. N. BLOUUM. Cashier.
THH CINCINNATI EQUITABLE INSU
RANCH COMPANY has moved to No, SO West
Third street, !la tha. basement of the New Maaoulo
'j "CINCINNATI, THURSDAY
MOBNING, JUNE 30, : 1859
SEWIM MACUINE S
Oil nntveraal salUfartlArl, and the raet that no
ONK HUNDKKD OOLLAR MACHINK haa main
tained either lta PRICE or position since the gen
eral introduction of these machines at
$50 and 860,
Is infnclent acknowledgment of their pnsaeaalng
superior merits. Tnelr tlKbtness, slmpllcitv and ele-
Sanfe of constrn' tlnu, unrivalled speed, perfection In
nlsh and operation, eom'dned with their low price,
constitute them the Ka nlly Machine of the age.
"op5rators to ao ou by the day.
Cincinnati Ofllce, 6'i West Fourth at.'
G,, XV. Phllll.a.r N. t BaounVBaSldlng, corner
Hlzth aLd Walnnt.
Wilder, Rnblnaon dc Vo., I HI Walnut street.
BOOKS AND STAT10XKRY.
Anderson, Gn tea oV Wright, II 'A Main St.
CABINET MAKER'S HARDWARE.
McAlpIn, Iliuninn & Co.. 10.1 Walnut t.
CIOAR8 AND .TOiBACCO.
Kennet, Dudley 6c Co., ngenta, 1A Main it.
FLUID INK MANUFACTURER.
J.J Butler, 39 Vlnect.
Dr. C. XV. Robnck'fl Scandinavian Blood Pills
and Blood Purilior, No. 6 Kant JTourth street, sec
ond builulng from Main.
j f , JPAPtH, MANVFACTIJRBRS.)
PolloeU Ac IlIcCiill, S.'t'A Walnut st. "
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Dr. W. II. Ueck. HT Broadway.
Dr. J. C. Reek, H7 Broadway.
Geo. It, Slant St 94 West Fourth street.
BCfJAR-CANE'AND GRAIN MILLS,
If edges, Free & Co.. 6 Main st,
TRUNK MANUFACTORIES. -O.
XV. Shrill, 37 Walnut street.
J. C. Sleyer. 8onth-eu.it corner Pike aud Pearl sts.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Brass A- ftnilth, 0 West Konrth st.
WINDOW SHADES AND OIL CLOTHS.
Snowden A Otte, Ul West Fourth st.
WIRE CLOTH AND PRODUCTS.
B. O. Burnett Vo., 'it Walnut st.
NATIONAL FIEL.P BAND.
rrHE UNDERSIGNED TAKES THIS
M. method of InformlnK the Public, that he
is now prepared to furnish ,
MARTIAL MUSrC. M
For Military Parades, iKuoampments, civic
Processions, Ac, at the shortest notice. All orders
left at No. 427, Fifth street, or at Clarke's, No. Hi,
Sixth street, will receive prompt attention.
J. HAZARD DAVIS.
OHIO WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS;
Open to vlaltora seeking health or plenaure,
Irom Jane let to October 1st.
ACCOMMODATIONS FOB OVER 000 VISITORS.
TTE Ohio White Sulphur Springs are situ
ated In Delaware County, Its miles North of Co
lumbus, ths Capital of Ohio) on the Hclota Kiver, 1
mllos from Delaware, li mrteit from the Wliife Hnlphur
SUtion on the Bpringtleld, Mount Vernou and Pitta,
burg Railroad, aud louiiles from Pleasant Valley or
Springs Station, on the Columbus, l'iima aud Indi
The medicinal qualities of these Springs are unsur
passed by those of auy oilier Mineral Waters in the
United Status. , .
" For Boom or other ItifbrrhnHon. address'
. x ANDREW WILSON, JB.
je24-6wt White Sulphur Springs. Ohio.
Female Disorders and Skin Diseases,
ABE CUBED BY
MAGNET WITHOUT MEDICATION AT
h'. il'j '.: J, I Dr. 8." '
Office for the troatment of Chronic Diseases.
jo2Jtem No. U7 Sixth atrect. Cincinnati.
THE SALES-ROOM FOR BRUEN'S PAT
,ST wRWINQ MACHINK-Hasbeen removed
n!?."0-1 Uurnct House Building to No, 9 Carlisle
HuiMiug, over Clarke's Bookstore, wliera 1 shall ba
liKupy to how the best DouPWvthrosd Sewing Ma
chiuo now uiade. Call and it.
F. T. COLEMAN.
Bole Agent for the West.
CELEBRATION OF THE F0U1.'-'H OF
JULY. If rhrttlsttsrrfOininnati rrtttssnr-
roundings wish to celebrate In a truly pat I. tioand
becoming manner the coming glorious Ku j, ill tlioy
must be sure to go to JOHN BATES' establishment,
where every body says the finest Wines, Bi-nndioeand
Cigars are to lie bail such as olevate and invigorate
the system and lits it fur rational eujuyment. He
TAH5J'Sri,".,.,!j "'rrr,v' "' your supplies frofm
JOHN BATLjL jj ho hjajiHi rocelveil a lurge stock of
champagne:1 HtHI -and 'SpwfkHng' ffatawba, Claret,
Sherry, Maderia and Port Wines, Fine Brandies, Ja
maica Bum. Scotch and Mali Whisky, Haviina Ci
gars, and all sorts ul Condiments, Sauces.and Pickles,
4c, which we will sell low fur ch. ,
je20 National Theater Uiiilding, Sycamore-st. '
it ) Jj ) ituii) , i' - j iti '
FRUIT CANS AND JARS.!
We have just received, direct from onr Philadelphia
manufactory, a full supply of these excellent
FRUIT CANS AND JARS. i
.T - v'tf- ...
These Cans are the best now In use," and are all
PBEPABED FOB SEALING.
They nost oue within the othor, (except the Glass,)
to secure economy In transportation.
ABTHCB, BUBNIIAM A GILBOT,
. Manufacturers under the patent.
.S L '.'1 . ... ,.. , .
fSend for a Trade Circular,
.-i . ' l .-.il';...', ;
,.J0S, R. GREENE, Agent, i
"' !4 East Pear"treet.
ALSO-Agent for Prntt'a Potent Helf-Ventl-'.""Hf
?,"k.?HU ond Tone j ' Four-uilnute
Ice-Cream Jfrer.., ,., i : , -t jeis
MOUNTAIN .-DEW :
f a v... . ...... . ;
ws-j ruie iiaurirai .iT.IIISBJs, !
AT THE EABNESf ,r.EftUEST OF A
fow eminent members of Iho Bar ol Ramiltou
Cyunty, I have tapped a barrel ol this Pure Bourbou
u..i, wiMtn now nearly seven years-oio. 1 am
now 1'eauv to accoiunioilAtA r,,.,in.aH i.. ...iuni,iAU
from one gallon upwards at a fail prica. ... i '
... ... PIEUCK 8HEKHAN, 1
Jeia SIT and 310. Broadway aud Lockuort Avenna
156 West .Foivtk. street,
Between Bace and Elm, Clncluuatl, O.
J. FREOHARD j
Calls especially the attention of Ladles and Gentle.
men to his new process foroleanlng all made np and
with all the trimmlngson every kind of Silk. Barege,
Grenadine, Challt and Wool Dresses.
All kinds of Shawls, Piano and Table-covers, Fine
Laoes ( Black and White), Laos and Damask Curtains.
donettpaqtialto oevf j Geutlsaieu'l clothes tlokaed
Felt Hataaad Kid GlovaoleaD4 ; ml
STRANGER'S GUIDE. Departures of Trains.
I?M "D Cu'01,",T, ! ": !
OnioiwwiTT, Ramilto and DarTON-lndlanapolls
and Cloveland, :00 a. M.j Sandusky Mall, K;im a. B .
Sandusky, 4:30 r. Accomraoilatlnn, : v. H.
"",T,'",l'At-(!leveland and Pittahug, :00 a. M.t
Cleveland, Pittsburg and BeHalr,8:3(A. M.i Colnm
. bus Accommodation, 4no r. M.j Cleveland, Pitta-
burg and Bellalr, ll;3o p.
Ohio and Miasissirri St. Louis, :0 A. m.i Louis-
villa, s:00 p. M.; St. Louis, r, i.
Pittsbubo, CoLimnrj and 0 MciK w ATI (Steubenvllle
Short Line) Boot Front-street Depot :la) a. M.:
1 a:lslat.M.ll:Hnr. m. '
OcavELAND. Columbus ard Ciroinmati East Front
street S:U0 A. M.(,lA. .: U:Wp. M.
ClUmHRATI AND Mabietta :lft A. M.i :) T. M.
Ointbax, OntoFrom JPast Front-street Depot-S:V)
A. M.i 11:30 F. M.
COVIKOTOlt AKD LeXINOTON :29 A. M.J HO p. g,
Arrivals of Trains.
' 9:86 P. M. ' 1
Cincinnati, Hamilton and DaTton-T:4 a. m.i 10:
A. M.J 11:40 P. M. 10:10 P. M
Littli Miami-7:30 At M.j 1:30 P. w.; T:lg r. M.J 10:4.1
Mabietta and Cincinnati 10:20 a. m.: 9:15 1. M
Ohio ah Mississippi 7:10 A. M.i f:0p. M.i KM
OOVINOTUN AND LSXINOTON 10:20 A. M.i 7:0J p. M.
CINCIMVATI, TIHJRHIAY, JUNE 30.
Thb abin-boy of the stoamer J. W." Cheese
man,' a lad named Nelson Nelson, was drowned
tn the Ohio river on Mondny night, while
A kkobo named John Wesley, was sentenced
by Judge Lowe, yesterday, to hard labor for
three months for stealing a pig of lead from
off the steamer Vixen.
A burglar entored the room of a boarding
house on Third stroet, between Sycamore and
Broadway, on Tuesday night, but was driven
off by the frightened inmates,
A passenokb on board the Louisville mail
boat Telegraph, was robbed, yesterday morn
ing, of $150. The robbery was committed at
four o'clock in the morning.
Last Saturday night a young man, named
Thos. Steel, fell from the sooond story door of
the University building, Indianapolis, break
ing his thigh and badly bruising him in other
parts of the body.
Thrkb men were arrested by the police,
yesterday, on suspicion of having attempted to
rob a market wagon. As there was no evi
dence against them, before the Polioe Court,
they were discharged.
Jam is Masok, whose trial has been pro
gressing for several days In the U. S. Court,
on ohargo of counterfeiting, was found guilty
yesterday morning. A motion will be argued
for a new trial. ...
Nicholas Flamnioan, Timothy Eyan and
Caron Case, were before the Police Court yes
terday morning, oharged with assault and bat
tery on a Mr. Glenn and his wife. The de
fendants were fined $5 and cost, each.
A party of seven ragged and forlorn-looking
Pike's Peakers passed through the city, yester
day, en route to Clermont county, their old
home. They did not look as though they had
a half a dollar In the entire party.
"Aw old German, who was known in this eity
by the name of Whisky Frank, was found dead,
yesterday morning, near the powder maiagine,
at the head of Vine Street. Intemporanoeand
exposure was the probable oause of his demise.
A littli daughter of Robert Gannon,
who rosidos on Dublin street, fell down a privy
vault, yesterday morning. The child was in
the vault about fifteen minutes before assist
ance reaohed her. She was finally taken out
alive, but it is thought will not recover.
Thk 'Westorn Musieum, undor the manage
ment of Mr. Abo Polraor, haa become a very
popular place ot resort. There is no collec
tion of beasts, birds, and curiosities in gener
al, equal to that of the Western Museum, out
of NoV York City, in America. , "
Thk Express men are oalling for an amend
ment to the Street Railroad Law, so that the
oompanies shall buy Mem eiil. They insist that
people ''living out," will carry home their
marketing on the oars to the injury of all
Express men, .
Gkn. HcMackin, County Commissioner, had
a raoe after a burglar, last Tuesday morning,
before dayligh The fellow had entered the
house for the purpose of stealing, but was
heard by the General, as he was feeling bis
way through the basement. Pity he oould not
' Thi Sheriff's sale of the Riddle estate dosed
yesterday morning. The whole .property is
valued at $240,000, out of which only about
$13,000 was realized at the Sheriff's sales of
the last three days. The attendance yesterday
morning was slim, and but four pieces were
sold at their two-thirds valuation.
Fob a " Catechism of Irish Geography and
Topography," we are indebted to the author,
John U.Greene, Esq. It is a concise and yet
complete compendium of the Geography of
Ireland, and exceedingly valuable as a book
of reference. No publie or private library
should be without a copy. The work is printed
by Wm, Doyle, No. 73 West Third street.
: !. .
. - Burglars About. The town seems at pres
ent to be full of thieves and burglars, drawn
here, no doubt, by the fact of the reoent
change in the Polioe force. Whenever expe
rienced oflloers retire, or are removed from the
Police,' thieves both from at home and abroad
soon, glean the tidings, and are sealously at
work in their vocation, well' knowing that the
ohauoe of deteotlon by green officers it slight
. Within the past three 91 four weeks, ao less
than five or six burglaries per night have been
oommltted ia this city. , And io only one In
stance hae there been an arrest mad by the
regular polioe and that on only en suspioton.
We hear almost daily, of personal oonfllots with
burglars', by the Jnmates of th houses robbed,
but the complaint is very general that a police
man never a a be found until after the rascals
have mad heir escape.
We endorse every word of the following
from the New York Times on the subject or
that speoles of mnnia, whioh makes some men
desire to do and others to see something horri
bly daring and unnatural. Our education will
be bettor without that kind of French.
A Foot mn mis Fiat. A being, probably
an ape, but whose keepers call him by the
rather human name of "Monsieur Blondin,"it
is publicly announoed will walk on Thursday
next across the oh asm below Niagara Falls,
upon a rope stretched from bank to bank for
that purpose. The spot selected is half way
between the Suspension Bridge and the Cata
ract, where the onasm is about a thousand feet
wide, and the height above the water at which
the rope is stretched is not far from two hun
dred feet. We believe that the Niagara river
runs at this point between two civilir.ed coun
tries; and that thore are a reasonable number
of reasonably rotpoetable Christian citizens
living within hearing of this outrageous pro
clamation. If we are not mistaken in this
boliof, the gulf between M. Blondin's promise
and his performance, be he man or monkey,
will be considerably wider than the great chasm
of the river Ijself.
Suoh reckless and aimless exposure of life
as is here projeoted is simply horrible, be that
life what it may. Thoughtless people, mean'
Ing no speoial harm, may promise themselves a
sort of excitement in looking at a fellow
creature in deadly poril, and in shuddering
through the momeuts of the indecent exhibi
tion. This coarse sentiment would attract
thousands to see a man cross Niagara on a
rope, as it would draw thorn to see a dog-fight
or a bull-baiting. But the authorities on the
spot owe it to themselves, to the community in
which they live, and to the wholo country, to
kill this thing at onee and decisively. New
York has been suffioiontly disgraced already
bv. thn sannnteca Ttlnurlttn wlitl. ,un.
poor simpleton, Sam Patch, to leap to his death
r-n , 1. -e 11. n . 1 . . .
i.wiu mjh uivn luq uenuseo fans, ac xtooncs-
ter, thirty years ago.
If AI. Blondin is really a man, inflamed
with a mad desire of throwing his lifo upon a
tight-rope, let him retire to some secret gargo
of the Himalaya and indulge his morbid pas
sion without shooking the doconcies of human
society. If being a man, he is merely a
mountebank bent on earning tho money of un
reflecting people by this vilo trilling with tho
sanctities of life, let him bo arrested at onoc,
before the noblost scenery ef the New World is
desecrated by a show of which savages might
Wbathkr Predictions Mr. F. L. Capon,
of Chicago, in a communication to the Press
and Tribune, of that oity, proposes to mako
aocurate predictions of the weather for any
length of time in advance. Having only
prosecuted the subject about three years, how
ever, he does not feel authorized to claim that
he can prediot weather with unorring aocuraey
without a year' additional observation, and
This course will be regarded as no more
than reasonable and prudent on the part of one
who olainis to have discovered the great fun
damental principles which underlie and con
trol the whole meteorological system or ma
chinery of the globe, by whioh man will bo
enabled easily to predict tho now apparently
caprioious fluctuation of the weather with the
utmost certainty and preoision, for any locality
between the tropics, and for any longlh of time
in advance; and that, ton, iu the same manner
that the astronomer has long been accustomed
to announoe an eclipse. In fact the weather
van no longer be regarded as a matter of proph
ecy, but of soientilio calculation; except, per
haps, until observation and statistics, so eson
tial for the verification of all science, shall be
oome so full and oonolusivo as to leavo little
room for tho exorcise of the judgment whioh,
perhaps, for the present, mu. t coma anmewhut
It is nnfortuate for some of us tlfut Mr. Ca
pen did not oommence his observations one
year sooner, for bad wo known the state of the
weatner a lew days in advance, we would
have taken our great coat along with us to
Chicago the other day; and might have or
dered a suit of "cool duok" for this "melting
Trial op the Wimans Steamer. A trial
trip of this steamer was mado on Saturday, in
order to test the effect of the lengthening of
the vessel upon her speod. With the machi
nery making seventy revolutions per miuute,
tK . .1 1 . . . 1
"fltuw umuu auuut iwoutv-oue miles per
hour, by measurement, which is highly satis
factory to hor owners, the Messrs. Winans.
The points added to tho stoamer are fourteen
feet in length, inoreasing her length twenty
eight feet beyond the original design. These
points are merely used for experimental pur
poses. They will be taken off when every
thing is ready, and two others, seventeen feet
longer, put permanently in their plaees. The
trip on Saturday showed plainly that the speed
oan be increased in proportion to the length of
Suppose then the Winans "proportion the
points" to the speed of 1,000 miles an hour!
Gvj:NATioa in thsj Bbitisu Abmy. Orders
have been given for introducing athlotio games
and gymnastio exercises in the British army.
Th idea is derived from the French. The
Zouaves are trained gymnasts, and are as agile
as so many Ravels. Their exploits in soaling
ramparts are almost incredible. Thoy climb
up over each other's backs, making a ladder of
their bodies against tho wall. Tho exeroises
are promotive of health as well as cffielenoy in
the hour of aotion.
W have long been of the opinion that our
Firemen should praotioe daily gymnastios in a
way that would bettor prepare them for their
duties. As a whole, Firomen are a clumBy set.
Live and learn.
Twenty-nine years ago Chicago polled but
thirty-two votes, and the majority of these
were east by Frenoh ' Canadians and half
breeds. From the political history of the town, as
well as by the law of "increase nd multiply,"
w judge the "Frenoh Canadians and half
breeds" are now in the ascendancy, and have
been so from the first.
The first hogshead of tobaooo sont into mar
ket by the Cherokees. has just been receded
at BU Louis. Ex. paptr.
The first fruits of olvilizationl The next
step will be for the Cherokees to make and
send to St. Louis drugged whisky. By this
they will earn the reputation of having been
The Royal Antiquarian Sooiety of the North,
which was opened in Copenhagen May 14,
184, nnder the presidency of the King of Den
mark, was attended by Dr. A. 0. Hamlin of
Bangor, who contributed an inscription found
in th iilaod of Monhegan, near th eoaet of
Maine, and traoed to the Normans, who were
supposed to hav visited the Amerioan eoast in
Harvmt. The farmers are now cutting
their wheat, and it looks fine throughout Ohio.
REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS.
See Telegraphic news on third page.
ADDITIONAL BY THE ARABIA.
NAPOLEON DEMANDS 100,000
Austrians Preparing for Another Battle.
Sackvillr, N. B., June 29. The horse Ex
press of the Associated Press has arrived here
from Halifax, bringing the details of European
news furnished by the steamship Arabia, which
arrived at that port yesterday.
Great Britain. Parliament had reassem
bled, but Lord Palmorston postponed th pre
sentation of his programme for the present.
From the Seat of War.
Gen. Gyulnihad been superseded in his com
m nd of tho second army corps by Gen. Schliok,
commandor of the fourth military district.
The Austrians report that Gen. Arbsn had
rr pulsed Garibaldi's force. Garibaldi was at
M ore Austrian troops were moving toward?
Napoleon demands 100,000 additional men
in order to besiege the fortresses of the Aus
trians which form the "Historical Square," be
tween the Mineio and Adlge. The Austrians
are said to bo preparing at Mantua to attack
the Allied army. Tho mobilization of the
Prussian army and the more hostile attitude
which the German Confederation has assumed,
creatod an unseaeiness as to th result, a gen
eral war being feared. Kossuth had passed
through France, en ronto for Italy. , Prinoe
Napoleon's Corps had commenced moving.
The Austrians are reported to have entered tho
The Paris Bourse was doprossod.
M. Belly Not Dead.
Nkw York, Juno 29 Later news from
Aapinwall, received by the Northern Light,
brings the intelligence of the arrival of M
Bolly at that plaoe from San Juan, on his way
Finanoial difficulties aro supposed to be the
cnuse of his suddon return.
Those tidings settle tho question of M. Belly's
whereabouts, and refute the rumor of his doath
whioh has been in circulation.
Arrival of the Overland Mail.
St. Louis, June 29 The overland mail,
with dates to the 6th instant, arrived last nlgbt
Four hundred Mexican fmnili. T iuiu,,
hid been driven across the Rio Grande, neai
rorr. isavis, ny tne untircn party.
The news from California has-been antic:
B ited bv the MOSOS Tavlnr. arrivl at v..
The Balloon Expedition.
St. Loms, June 29. Professors Wise, Gager
aud La Mountain; leave this city on Friday, in
tboir great balloon expedition to the Atlantic
St. Louis, June 29, M. The river is about
stationary here, or perhaps receding slightly.
The Illinois is falling very rapidly, with 4 )i
feet in the channol. - The Upper Mississippi is
receding fast from St. Paul to Dubuque, and
very slowly below the latter point, all its lower
tributaries being full. The Missouri is also
fulling from Leavenworth daws. ., . Weather
cloudy and warm, with soma indications of
Pittsburg, June 29,. M. River 5 feet 6
inchos by the pior mark, and falling. - Weather
clear and warm.
June 29th, 1859.
Cook's Trial Sixth Day Eight Jcroi-.b
Sworn. At half past nine o'clook, this morn
ing, Judge Dickson took his seat on the
Bonch, aud the examination of parties touch
ing their qualifications to serve as Jurors was
One party from Columbia township, testified
that he had formed an opinion from what he
had read in the case, but had not expressed it,
and he held the opinion now, subjoot to what
he should hear on the trial, taken in eon Deo
tion with the law as it might be laid down.
Judge Dickson said that this man ought to
be regarded as a competent Juror; but in view
of the rulo laid down by the Supreme Court he
would have to be excluded.
J. H. Heho, Constable of Delhi township,
oxamined. He did not know anything of the
case; heard it spoken of, and something had
been read to him on the subject, but he forgot
all about it.
Judge Matthews Do you know the name of
the prisoner on trial ?
Witness Mr. Cook.
Counsel Who did he kill was' it Mr. Be
Witness No, that wasn't the name I heard.
Counsel Was Seiter the man who was
Witnoss Yes, that's the man. (Laughter.)
Counsel Kate Bereau was th name of the
porson who was killed, and the circumstance
took plaee on Lodge Alley. Did you hear any
thing of that case 1
Witness I think 'Squire Davis read a pieoe
to me about it.
The witness was challenged and set aside.
Ben j. B. Davis, of Delhi township, had read
a portion of the testimony, but nothing suffi
cient to form an opinion.
The counsel for the State end the prisoner
Mr. Davis asked to be exoused, and urged
the pressure of his private business. -
Court We oannot exouse you on thatground.
Mr. Davis I would suggest also that I am
a Justice of tho Peaoe, and would desire to
know whether apublio offioer has not the right
to exouse himself?
Court We know of no law authorizing you
to exouse yousolf.
The juror was then sworn. Two hundrod
and fifty persons have beon examined, and
eight jurors soleoted.
SuPPOflED TmMAWITV A VAi'inj.
- - - - vuu nUUHU)
about 19 years of age, of hoalthy appesranoe,
was brought into the Probate Court this morn
ing, the parties having her in charge stating
iubi ii was supposed sne was Insane. Jfor
about half an hour nothing oould be obtained
of her history. Her brother shortlv afterward
oame into Court, when it appeared that this
young woman had arrived in this oity from
Germany, only a day or two sinoe, expeoting
to find her lover In this oity, and being. disap
pointed, and also perplexed 'at.th absence of
her brother, who was at work in a factory on
ouriu street, sne neoama aejeoted, and took a
notion into her head that she had been aold
into slavery. She showed great emotion when
Her brother oame into Court, went and nut hei
arms around his neok, and after some quiot
conversation with him, she became composed;
and went home with Mm. - (.
In rooms Nos. 1 and I. Judares Hoadle
and Storer presiding, argument wer heard in
submitted oases, and a large amount ef mis
cellaneous business was transacted. "I
Th amount tiatii rtir Ww Vn.v .n
flaughtersd this season Is $1,084 50: 2,000
vlotims bar been sacrificed,
BATES OF ADVERTISING.
frarftaMiMtis. not,oeedtn five nae. ( Aee V
Insertion... ifJf jj
Two " ...
, I 04
Larger advertisements Inserted at the follow!
rates, for eqnara of ten line or leas :
Bach additional iuaertlon ........ so
One week I 7
Two " u i m
viio niunin M M ti a 00
SUPERIOR COURT. BUSINESS CARDS.
PIANO AND MELODEON HOUSE.
BRITTINQ & BRO.,
Plea Fra St. Mlo4ew ftlakar Dewier
no aar fifth st., niar plum.
gOLB AGENTS for the sale of
J. nrittlnea, Cincinnati, 0.'
li. V. Ilnlma. N. V
n. httwU V Kraie. K. T. T
- II. Ilaanx-TN. V.
, . . , , . win. I'Mlier'a, B. I.
Celebrated Piano Fortes. .
. Kvarj Piauo warranted for ten rears, . .
M. B. Planna and Melodeona tuned and rapelr4
thorough If. ,1'iano. to let from Js. to 115, perauaxier.
. r- ; -BRITTINfl A 'bUO..
- ' Na. V27 fifth street, swat Plum.
O. AUSTIN'S, Melodeons.
WATCH MAKER AND JEWELER,
No. 230 Filth Street, J
oil nona wkbt or i. trw " '
Ai t, work warranted to perform well, If not. ao
Watches, Clocks and .Tewelrr sold cheap. JeM-lst
' AND DXALEB IN 1
Cheese, Butter, Baroo, Flour, Oraln, Beads, Pried
Fruits, Leans, and all kinds of Country Produce,
No. SI Walnnt Street,
. SKaTMark all goods to B. H. ti
WILLIAM GUILFORD, ,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY .INFORM
the citizens of Cincinnati that ho haa opened
an ofllce at Mo. lao West Sixth straet, for the treat
mentof CONSUMPTION and Oil HO NIC ClriBASEU
genrallv. Consultation free. ...... , -. ,
SMv-Olhce hours, in to 12 and 2 to 4. '
sxrBesiilanoe, 1.10 West Fourth street, JelO-eml
MITCHELL & RAMMELSBERO;
' ' WHOLKSAUC AND filTAIL.
Furniture Ware ' Rooms,
No. 09 WEST FOURTH STREET, '
ext ro Post-omc. CINCINNATI.
ssarFactoiT 0 : i and Bacond sts. apU-em
J. & C. REAKIRT,
52 Second St., bet. Walnnt and Vine,
AND IMP0BTKR8 01"
English, French dt German Chemicals.
PtTLLAN A WILLIAMSON, i
(At th old stand of Pullan,' Hatfield A Brows,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS, ,;
No. M WIST SECOND ST., '
f . . ii ..I'ttaeimaif.
josesh rrjLLAM, formerly of Pullan, Hatfield A Brown
wa.a. wiluakbob. mrXS-ACW
B.I.PCZLAB. B0, HATFIKLl. T.S. BBOWK. B.SXIHBEB
PULLAN, PATFLELD & BROWN,
AND AOENTS FOB
CINCINNATI STEAM SCGAR REFINERY
Ho. 55 Columbia (or Second) street
SHT Refined Sugars and Sirups always oa head,
AMERICAN BANK NOTE COM.
PAN Y. south-east corner of Fourth and Main
streets, Cincinnati, Ohio. XngraTed In a style corre
sponding in excellence to that of Bank Notes, Rail.
mU, UM. a.4 Ckmnti Bond., Certificate of Stock
and Deposit, Cherks, Noloa, Bllland Letter Beads,
Uards, Ao., Ao. Th abore office la under the supervi
u4.v a. iuja.a, jLugraTer.
P & C. KINSEV, PLAIN AND ORNA-
MENTAL PLAHTERF.R8 Materials fur
nished and work done at the shortest notice. Llsie
Nails, Lath, Plaster or Paris, Cement. Plaslerlnc
Hair, Tire Brick and Clay, for sale. Also, Plaster
Ine material made up ready for Immediate use. All
orders promptly attended to. Office, South-east cor
ner of Pearl and Western Bow, Wn., O. jeS-amt
PH03NIX BLIND TACTORT, WM. W.
CARPENTER A CO., Manufacturer or Venltlai
Winds and Window Shades, wholesale and retail, No.
V2 Sixth street, botwoen Walnut aud Vine, opposit
Wood'sThaater, Cincinnati, O. Old Blinds repainted
and retrimmed. Church, Store and other large
Shade made and lettered. 7
FRANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
FOCHDBT. R. ALLISON. Superintendent.
Printing Materials of all kinds. 168 Tine street. tlM
PTJGH Ac KIRK, Attorneys at Law, No.
13 SeWes Building, south side Third st,,bfoea
Mala and Walnot.-Ciuuinnatl, Ohio. tsj
WILLIAM H. BALDWIN. ATTORNEY
and Couasellor at Law, Chase's Building
Third street, 3 doers East of Main. ITS
t . a-WSaBBBBB.
(Successor to Htebj A Oo.) '
Manufacturer, aud Wholesale Dealer
' ' :-IN-i,:..
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI.
(scosEssoa to tbobhtox A tar,)
N. 56 West Fourth St., bet. Walnut & Viae,
a. L. suua,
a. a, nits,
DM. HAMLEN ft SMITH.
No. 3 West Fourth St. ,J
" DB, S. WAEDLE, '
3D 33 3NT -J? I' Q "J?
Offlo No. 138 Wst Fourth street, '
' '' ' '"' oiwoiHS n. onto1 'u.t .,
. H. S. NEWTOX, Ms D.
'" Birwmix mi iti urn. ' I ! lit
O. E. NEWTON. M. D.
-aw. w wees oeventn atreei. EMtwaea Tin.
see. BaaiOBBOB-Mo, M Boron th .treat, ba
Walnut and Vine. Orrira H.,.a ?u C au
a i to ut P. Hj t to t tu, , , Z m
l fcT ft. r !'' a'A IT, a. 1B.B aaa .
r a.wria.t'J 1. 1 PI
Cincinnati, New Richmond, Ripley and
KANCAST17.R- fen. A fW mmm.
f. Oojbbb, jt.Br. Moaais, Clerk, leareaX t TJC
ffoo'ot Walnut .treat, TUthDAlG'ElflioffAT
and BATCHDAT, at U o'clock, M. Vhe L.nei.t.r
basMUred pej-inenently la the trad, for Fnuht