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OOBNEB SIXTH VINS Bts., CINCINNATI.
.. Gxorov Wood,
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Chaicoi or Paid. Dress Circle and Paraoette,
Seats can be secured at tha Box Office from 10 A.
M. until 4 P. M.
Notice Ohawok or Tim, Doors open at If
v ciucm, roriurmauDf win ouiumeuci e.4 o ClOCK
GRAND QALA NIGHT.
FRIDAY EVENING, July 1, Joint Benefit Of
MORTIMER & COLLIER.
On which occasion will be offered the most attractive
Din 01 tne season
FRIDAY EVENING, July 1, will be presented tha
ve.uinui couieuj 01
THE LITTLE TREASURE.
Walter Maldenblunh Mr. J W. Collier
Sir Charles Howard... ... Mr. Donglnss
Flnttcrmore , Mr. Melville
Allnnborue Mr. Mataon
Jnmes ................ Mr. Douffhcrtr
Mrs. 0. Howard Mlwi Everitt
uonruae Mrs. Jones
Sailors' Hornpipe By Miss Julia Cook
Ballad "Would I wore a Boy again" C. Hamilton
After which the laughable farce of
MY FELLOW CLERK.
Tactic ....Mr. J. K. Mortimer
victim Mr. SleTln
After which. Essenceof Old Virginia, by Mr. Weed
iroiu ruruy s national rnoator, liaw xorK.
Tp conclude with the beautiful drama of
THE YANKEE TARS;
0, Thi Waionaa or Norway-.
Jack Jtink ... ..Mr. J. E. Nagle
r mwrim.... iur. u. Hamilton
NEW AND INTEKKST1NO ENTERTAINMENT
WE LARGEST COLLECTION OF ANTI
QUITIES IN THE UNITED STATES.
N. E. Corner Sycamore and Third Sts.
J. C. BELMAN,
THE YOU NO AMERICAN sERONAUT,
Magnificent Display of Fireworks,
IT. P. DIEHL.
THE CELEBRATED PYROTECHNIST,
CITY LOT, JULY 4, 1859.
For particulars of the Balloon Exhibition lu the
AiternooD and nnmea of pittceM to be burnt la the
evening see urn aim protrnrnmei oi tnnay7
Admission To Balloon frlxlilhition.lnclmhnff Kfttii.
23 cent ; to aetata for Tropical Asctmtfiun, 81; tu exhi
bition Firewoika, Including a cats, 00 cents; without
Doora uutiii at 12 M. and 1 V. M.
A (Jornot Baml ban been engaged. Also, a strong
j mice lorce tu preserve-urner. jnx'tt
First Grand Annual Plc-NIc,
For the Benefit of tbe Orphans, will come on
On the Fourth of July,
Cars will leave tlie II. A D. B. R. Desot at 7M. M4
o'clock A. M., and at noon, to convey persons to the
There will be two Band of Music In attendance.
Ticket SI each, admitting a Gentleman and Lady,
cmmiTTrK or Aua.iNaisiir.MT8.
Jumei McGenn, Siepbennarragun, Patrick Oullfoll
ratricg uweus, ratrica uaeuau, Js, jkeeanan.
The Chair Makers' Protective Society
WILL GIVE THEIB
FIRST GRAND PIC-NIC
AT PARLOR GROVE,
On Thursday. July 7, '59
Steamer CHAMPION No. S, bat been engaged for
tbe occaalon. .
Manic by Prof. McDonald's Brass and String Band
TICKETS ONE DOLLAR.
Cunt. J B. Armstrong. J. Wall, H. Menlshan
Lonla Onterbrock, H. Otteu, H. Biro,
B, Stroiuann, K Harrison, H. Urimme,
A. bchwangnaua, O. Braltenback.
8. H. SHIP LAB, Chief.
The boat will leave the foot of Walnnt street at
o'clock, theiice to Fulton, returning touch a" New
port, umugion, waiuuiureoi, ana iooi oi J mm
AFTER MANY YEARS OF PRACTICAL
experience in the art of Mnatard-maklng, the
proprietors oflor the above brand of Mustard to tbe
puuuc, Munrnuu'Biu. 11 siriociy pure nriiuie, uiuu
factured from the beet quality of seed, carefully '
tinted with tha deeienof nrndiicfima Mnntard BUPR.
TtlOR IH PLAVOU Akn PITlJilKtinV TO ANY
NOW IN USE. We have no hesitation In lainf
Ibat an lovers oi aooa mustard will nna ine l. A. J
to be that which they as frequently fail t obtalo
MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTARD,
WOrderi promptly filled.
HARRISON k WILSON,
JeM 99 wnd 101 Wnlnnt-atrf et.
THE CINCINNATI EQUITABLE INSU
BANCS COMPANY baa moved to No, SO West
Third street,?" the; bment ,h. N. wMlo
VOL. I. NO. 113.
CINCINNATI, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 1, 1859.
PRICE ONE CENT.
Dire nnlverKRl natfactfon. and the fact that no
ONH HI NDKKD ItOLLAIl M ACIIIN K ban main
tained either it PRICK or pr nit ton since the gen
eral Introduotlou of these machines at
$50 and $GO,
Ta snfllclent acknowledaement of their nnaeenalna
euperior merits. Tnoir llfrtitnoss, simplicity end ele
aance oi construction, unrtva!lel epeeu, perfection in
Hnlsh and operntlnn, combined with thir low price,
constitute them the Family Mm-hine of the ae.
ipwuperatora lo go oui ty tue aay.
Ciucinnatl Ollice, HI West Fourth at.)
I. W. Phllllpa, No. t iJaco'n'i Building, corner
Bixth aud Walnut.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS 6EEDS.
Wilder, Robinson JL ( o., -2:10 Wnlnut street.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Andcrann, Gntc cV Wright, till Main at.
CABINET MAKER'S HARDWARE.
MeAlpin, Ilinnuin A: Co., UK) Waluntat.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Keannt, Dudley cV Co.. ntrcntH, 14 Main at.
FLUID INK MANUFACTURER.
J. J Butler, Vine at.
Dr. C. W, KolmcU'a rienndinavian Blood Pills
and Blood PuriUer, No,. O hast Fourth atreet, aeo-
oua Duuuinf irom iuuiu, . .
Pollock St nioCnll, 3.14 Walnut at.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Dr. W. H. Hrck, S Broadway.
Dr. J. C. Iterk, p7 Bmadway.
SKWING. MACHINES. . - , v
Geo. B. Bleat cV Co., 5t4 West Fourth atreet.
SUGAR-CANE AND GRAIN MILLS.
Hederea, Free cV Co., B Main at.
G. W. riholl, 37 Wulnut street.
J. C. Mrycr, Southeast corner Pike and Poarl sts.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Beses ds Nnilth, A West Fourth at.
WINDOW SHADES AND OIL CLOTHS.
8nowden A Otre, til Weat Fourth at.
WIRE CLOTH AND PRODUCTS.
8. a. BarneneCe.,27 Walnutat. ,
NATIONAL. FIELD BAND.
rSlHE UNDERSIGNED TAKES THIS
Ja. inrthod of Informing: the Public, that be Vj7,
u mi. nnM,M in inrniih l
For Military Parades. Enciimoments. Civic
Processions, Ac, at the shortest notice. All orders
left at No. 427, Fifth streot, or at Marke's, No. 2lb.
Slxtn street, will receive prompt attention.
J. ilAZAKll VAMS.
OHIO WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
Open to vlaltora Becking health or iili'nnurc,
ii'uiu dsnii i,i iii iri'iuiier jsi,
ACCOMMODATIONS FOU 0VKII 300 VISITORS,
TTE Ohio White Sulphur Springs are situ
Bred In Delaware County, 18 miles North of Co
lnmbus, (the Capital of Ohio) mi the Solota ltiver, I
milos from Dolaware,ft miles from the While Sulphur
Station on tbe Springfield, Mount Vernon and Pitts
burg Itailroad, and 111 miles from Pli axant Vittleyor
springs otauou, on tno uoiuraous, 1'iyiia and luul
The meiliclnal Qualities of these Springs arc unsur
passed by those of any other Mineral Waters lu the
ror Koom or other information, address
ANDKEW WILHON, Jn.
jc24-6wt White Sulphur Springs, Ohio.
Female Disorders and Skin Diseases
ABE CUE-ED BY
MAGNET WITHOUT MEDICATION AT
Dr. S. SlJ.SltEE'S
Office for the treatment of Chronlo Diseases,
je23tam No. 67 Sixth atreet, Cincinnati
fllHE SALES-ROOM FOR BRUEN'S PAT-
M. KNT MKWINa M AClirNR n l...Un rn.,.v-H
from No. 7 Burnet House Building to No, 9 Carlisle
Building, over Clarke's Bookstore, where 1 shall lie
nappy 10 enow tne uesi louoie-tnreaa Hewing Ma
chine now made.
Call and sue it.
F. T. COLEMAN.
Solo Ageut for the West.
CELEBRATION OK THIS FOUjyi'H OF
J v Li i .11 tnecltlxenani Cincinnati a v'ltesnr
roundings with to celebrate in a truly pel tfticaud
becomfug manner the coming glorious Kojith they
inusi uepure to go to juiin UA ina' ostituiiuiimeut
where every bodv suvs the finest Wine. Rnindi,'M anr
Cilturs are to be bud, such aa elevuto and Invigorate
the aysioiu and tils it for rational enjoymcut. Be
w lee tneu imu merry, and uet your supplies frofui
JOHN BATliS. who has just received a large stock of
I'lmmpuKue, still anil Sparkling Catuwba, Claret.
onerry, luaueriaauu rort v lue.t, r ine iireudlee, Ja
maica Hum. Scotch and Irish Whiskv. HnvuimCi
gars, and all sui ts of Coudiiueuta, Saucus,aud I'icklea,
wuicu we win simi low iur cnsil.
, je National Theater Building, Sycamore-et.
A'K'T H U H ' Sr.-SELF-SEALING
FRUIT CANS AND JARS.
We have just received, direct from onr Philadelphia
mannfactory, a full supply of thosoaxcellerU
FRUIT iCANS AND JARS.
Theae Cans aro the bust now In use, and are all
PREPARED FOB SEA LINO.
They nest one within tbe other, (except the Glass,)
to secure economy In transportation.
. ARTHUR, nURNHAM A GIXROY,
Manufacturers uuder the patent.
"Send for a Trade Circular.
' JOS. H. G1TFENE, Asent,
U l Euit Pearrstreut.
ALSO Agont for Prnnii I'nl.nt Hoir.Vaml.
latins Milk Pan, and Tort'OT'e Cour-nilnute
Ins f renin VriiAvjm. iai
Or, Pure Bourbon Wli'sby.
A T THE EARNEST "RE6TJEST 0V
A few emiuent members of the Rarot Hamilton
Oruuty, I have tapped a barrel of this Pure Bourbon
Whisky, which is now nearly seven years old. I am
now realty to accommodate customers la Quantities,
iruui uiii kkiiiiu uiiwurug a, n iair price.
ALSO In store and for sale ..
S,(in limb. Prime Feeding Oats. "
I.ikiO " Ear Corn,
anii - family Corn Meal,
, 1(10 Bbls. best Family Four.
817 and 319 Broadway and Lockport Avenue
156 West Fourth Street,
Between Race anil VAm, Cincinnati, O,
Calls especially tbe attention of Ladies and Oentle
men to hia new process for cleaning all made np and
with all the trimmings on every kind of Silk, B uege,
Grenadine, Challi and Wool Creates.
All kinds of Shawla, Piano and Table-oovera, Fine
Laoel (Black and White), Lace and Damask Curtains,
done np eaual to new. Gentlemen'! clothe cleaned
Felt Ball and Kid QIotm cleaned. ml
Departures of Trains.
InniAiApni.il. AND O1ROINNIT1 6:W A. . I 12:00 .
6:00 p. m. '
CiwiKMATt. Hamilton PATtoa Indlnnapolia
and l lcvcln(l,a.ijA. M. ."atitlu.ky Mail, ami a. m.(
Sandueky, 4:30 p. M.: Accommodfition, 6:(Mi p. m.
iTTi.a Miahi OlcTelnnd and Pittslmg, A:U0 A. H.
Clevolnnd, Flttslium and Uellnlr,K:3HA. H.; (Jolum
bus Accommodation. 4:40 p. u. (Jlevelaud, lJitta
burcand llellalr. lLSop. m
Ohio anii MtaatHHippi Ht. I, mils, 9:00 A. .; Louis
tillo, t-.m p. M.; 8t. I.onls, H:M r. n.
PlTTSnVBO, t'OLl'MBI S AND ClVCINHATI (HteiibenTlll.
Phorl liinei t.mt Fmnttreet Depot :m a. If.;
8:110 a. m : II .in p. M.
Cuvn.Aan. t'oU'MBi'a aan Cincinnati Kast Front
stret t :iJ a. M.; a,3iia. H : 11:30 p. a.
CittciaATt av M a at Etta e: 1ft a. 0r. M.
CiNTaai. Ohio -From k.aat 1 routitreet Depot :M
A. H. ll:.10P. M.
COVINOTON AMD lUINOTOM M A. M. 2:30 P. M.
Arrivals of Trains.
InntANAPOLia A Cioin?iati :(0 a. H. J: 5a p. u.i
9:35 p. M.
Oinoihkatt, Hamilton anh Datton T:45 A. a.; 10:47
A. M ., e:4U P. n., iu:in p. M.
Litti.a Miami 7:M A. 1:30 P. M.J 7:18 P. ).; 10:4
Harictta and Cincinnati 10:30 a. w : e:is . m.
Ohio and Misaiiwtppi 7:15 a. m. 2:00 p. m.; 10:1 p a
CovtNOTOM AND LkXINOTON 10:20 A. M. 7:03 P. M. '
CINCINNATI, FRIDAY, JULY 1.
Oxt.R twenty-eight thousand dollars interest,
on the floating debt of Cincinnati, has been
paid during the last week.
sstw ouoi btobi. ju. u aeil bai com
menced business at No. 2d8, Fifth atreet, three
doori west of Plum. Give him a oall.
C. J. W. Smith sold tho three story dwell
ing No. 90 Woodward street, to C. C. Eberlo
Conbad Silbebnooli plead guilty in the
Polios Court, yesterday morning, to selling
beer on Sunday, and was fined $10 and costs
Christian Cook, a German, was arrested on
Wednesday, for on assault committed over a
year ago. lie will have a hearing before the
Polico Court, this morning.
A driver of a Fifth street omnibus, named
Henry Myers, was fined $2 and costs by Judge
Lowe, yesterday morning, on a charge of rook
Tun sum of $231,839 31 has been expended
in the public schools during the school year
just closed. In addition to this, the Board
paid a loan off 13,000, making the total ex
penditure $274,839 31.
Edwin J. Abbott, of Cleveland, desires to
return thanks to tho citizens of Cincinnati for
their assistance to him on the 28th of June,
when he was sun-struck ; and particularly to
Dr. Beck for prompt and kind attendance.
Ji-DdK Lowk, of the Polioo Court, and the
Finance Committee of the City Council, seem to
be outvieiDg each othor in spending the peo
ple a money. Tbe one orders money to be
paid as fees to an individual, the extstenoe of
whose office is at loast questionable. The
other recommended the payment of 300 for
fitting up the Polioe Court, a job not worth
$200; also the paymont of $550 to the City
Auditor for work for which he was not entitled
one dollar; and lastly, awardod the oity print
ing to the kithett instead of the lowttt bidder,
as the law implicitly requires. The City Coun
oil will have to negotiate another loan with
Groesbeck Ic Co., if these gentlemen are al
lowed full latitude.
About as high-handed an usurpation of au
thority as we have heard of lately, is that of
Judge Lowe of the Police Court of Cincinnati
By his order the Clerk of the Police Court
has paid over to John L. Gnno, a portion of
fees cluimed by him as City Marshal. It !s a
well-known fact to every body, including
His Honor, Judge Lowe, that, however, wor
thy a gentloman Mr. Gano may be, he is not
entitled to one dollar of fees until his tenure
to the office is fully established by law. It is
alao well known that tho office of City Mar
shal was abolished by a recent act of the
Legislature, and that act (except by his Su
prerae Magnificence, Judge Lowe,) has not
been declared unconstitutional, and is still
law upon the statute book. It is well known,
to personsof all political creeds, that there !b
no more uso for the office of City Marshal than
there is for the fifth wheel of a wagon, and
that every dollar that in paid to the gentle
man who represents himsolf as that officer, is
SO Ml'CU ROBBKD FROM THB FKOFUE.
Singular and Succiasrui, Fobqkby. A
couple of successful forgeries were perpetrated
yesterday morning, quite equal in shrewdness
to those of Dubois and Hazlitt, although the
sum realized was not so large as in either of
the above oases. About ten o'clock in the
morning a young man purporting to be tbe
olerk of the steamer A. 0. Tylor, called at the
store of Springer & Whitoman, wholesale gro
cers and commission merchautr, No. 18 West
Front sUeot, and presented a freight bill to
the amount of $500 on some turpentine, and
duly reoeipted. A obeok was banded him for
the amount, on tbe Commercial Bank, and he
left tbe office. Soon after he presented a bill
at the counting-room of Boyle &!o., whole
sale grocery and liquor dealers, No. 60 East
This was for freight on a lot of aloohol. He
was told however, that a quantity of the aloo
hol had leaked, or evaporated, during tbe trip
and that they should demand a deduotion on
tbe bill. Tbi pseudo clork said in reply, that he
would step down to the boat and see if the
Captain would submit to a deduction. In about
ten minutes he returned and said that it was
all right, and that the boat was willing to bear
a certain per oentage. . Tbe sum of three hun
dred dollars was then paid him. Soon after,
Capt. Collier, of the A. 0. Tylor, called at
these stores with freight bills, and was astoun
ded to hear that they had both been paid.
An Investigation whieh ensued, developed the
fact that his name had been forged, and the
money collected oa false bills. The cheok was
presented at the Commercial Bank and cashed.
Tbe forgery must have been committed by
some one personally and intimately acquainted
with the affairs of the boat.
We are Indebted to Larry Uaien, of the In
dependent Polioo Force, for the above Information.
Napoleon in Lombardy—His Address
to the People.
The following; is tho text of the ndilre.ts of
the French Emperor to the people of Northern
"Italians The fortune of war having
brought ns into tbe capital of Louibardy, I am
about to tell you why I am here. When Aus
tria unjustly attacked l'lcdmont I resolved to
support my ally, the King of Sardinia, the
honor and interest of France making it a duty
for me to do so. Your enemies, who arc ao
cino, endeavored to diminish tbe sympathy
which was folt in Europe for yonr cause by
making It be believed that I only made war
from personal ambition, or to aggrandize the
territory of France. If there are men who do
comprehend their epoch, I am not of the
number. In the enlightened state of publlo
opinion there is more grandeur to be acquired
by tbe moral Influence which is exeroised than
by fruitless conquests, and that moral influ
ence X seek with pride in contributing to re
store to freedom one of the finest parts of
xour reception has already proved to me
that you have understood me. I do not come
here with the preconoeived system of dispos
sessing the sovereign, nor to impose my will
you. My army will only occupy Itself with
two things to combat your enemies and main
tain internal order. It will not throw any ob
stacles in the wny of the legitimato maml'estn
tions ot your wishes. Proviience sometimes
favors nations as well as Individuals, by Kv'g
it a sudden opportunity for greutness, but it is
on condition that it knawa how to proGt by it.
front then, by the lortuno which is ottered
to you to obtain your independence. Organ
ize yourselves militarily. Fly to the standard
of King Victor Emanuel, who has already so
nobly shown you tlie path of honor. Remem
ber that without discipline there can be nn
army. Be to-day only soldiers, to-morrow you
will be the free citizens ot a great oountry,
ADDRESS OF NAPOLEON TO THE ARMY.
Soldiers: A month ago, confidiue in tbe
efforts of diplomacy, I still hoped for tbo main
tenance of peace, when suddenly the invasion
of Piedmont by tbe Austrian troops callod us
to arms. We were not ready. Man, horses,
material and supplies were wanting, nud we
had, in order to assist our allies, to pass in
small divisions beyond tbe Alps bcfnro an ene
my formidable anJ prepared beforehand.
ine danger was great; tho energy ot the na
tion and your courage supplied all : France
has again found her old virtues, and, united in
one feeling and for one object, she has shown
the power of her resources and the strength of
ner patriotism. It is now only ten days since
operations commenced, and the Piedinontese
territory has already beon cloared of the inva
ders. The allied army has fought four combats
and gained a decisive victory, which has opened
to it the gates of the capital of Loinbardy.
You have put more than 35.0UU Austrians
horn lie combat, taken 17 cannon, 2 colors and
8,000 prisoners; but all is not terminated; you
will have more struggles to support and obsta
cles to overcome. I rely on you. Courage,
then, brave soldiers of the Army of Italy I
Your forefathers from above contemplate you
THE WOUNDED AT THE BATTLE OF MAGENTA—TERRIBLE
Tho correspondent of the London Times fur
nishes a stirring aooount of the battlo of Ma
genta. He thus refers to the sufferings of the
wounded and the dying after the battle :
You never 'saw such a frightful soono of
earnago at on all thin ground, whiob tbe Aus
trians defended inch by inch, but had to leave
at last. It is like the remains of a great rag
fair; shakoes, knapsacks, muskets, shoes,
cloaks, tunics, linon all stained with blood,
and speaking of tho obntitiato resistance even
now, when the greater pirt of tho wounded
have been removed and the dead mostly buried.
At the station tho surgeons were in attend
ance to apply the first dressing, and tbe trains
from Milan went to and fro tu carry them off.
The trains oonsisted of nothing but third class
carriages and goods wagons, partly covered,
partly opon. Those who wore only slightly
wounded and oould walk, were put into tbe
carriages, while tho others were laid in the
goods wagons, which had been made as soft as
the eiroutnstanoes admitted, by putting straw
and bay at the bottom. To those the unfortu
nate wretches were carried, in agonies of pain,
caused by tbe movemeut. A large barrel of
oooling drink, made of water and syrup, was
near, as well as anothor filled with wine, with
which to assuage the fiery thirst caused by
their wounds. Boughs were cut to mako an
awning over tho open goods trucks, so as to
protect their miserable inmates from the rays
of a real Italian sun.
This station and the railway train itself
ware certainly the most shocking scenes of mis
ery which one can possibly oonccive. It was
the daiker side of a brilliant viutory looking
behind the soenes by daylight; wounded in all
stages of agony and pain, only half clad, torn,
dusty and muddy, in their own blond. The
priests walking about with the viatioum to
administer the last sacrament to the dying;
the glazed eye of death in some, showing thut
they had coased to suffer; tho working eyes of
others and the kneeling priest before them,
showing that they wore on tho point of sigh
ing thoir last; near them were others, whom
you would have thought dead bad it not been
for the perceptible movement of the eye and
convulsive twist of the limb. You became in
voluntarily silent when you entered and took off
your cap at the sight of so much misery. Even
the lively French soldiers, who ministered to
the wants of these defaced spocimons of hu
manity, became grave, and this doad silence
was only broken from time to time by tho
solemn words of the prieBt, a faint sob, a fran
tio shriek of pain, or a weak sigh. You forgot
almost that there wr.s a victory to redeem this
dark scene, and these men, who would other
wise have peacefully followed their domestio
occupations, were summoned to expose them
selves to all this for a cause whioh is not their
own, which they know nothing about, nor care
for. It was, indeed, a hard lot.
But it was, above all, when the wounded had
to be moved to the carriages, that the neigh
borhood became almost intolerable. Such
shrieks, such palo faces, contracted by pain,
such torn limbsl The soldiers ordered to
transport them seemed to forget everything in
their anxiety to alleviate tbe pain of the suf
ferers. The philanthropist would have been
touched by so much oare, and the cynic night
have sneered at the idea that tbo vory men
who made the wounds should now try to cure
the mischief, ready to begin afnln. Bet'oro
starting a new distribution of drink tonic place,
for whioh there was a craving. At In it the
train was off, and the noise cf tho train
drowned all others, while a few turns cf the
wbsels took us cut cf sight of tho station. On
our arrival at Milan a number of volunteer
nurses were already waiting, with glasses of
lemonade to assuage tbe burning thirst of a
passage of more than an hour.
Milan truly rejoiced at the retreat of the
Austrians and the entry of the French. Tho
oorps of the Duo de Magenta, the victors of the
battle or Magenta, bad entered Milan pre
viously. The news of the arrivalof Napoleon
and Yiotor Emanuel spread with the quickness
of lightning, and was made patent by one
frantio shout of joy, with whioh I might
almost say the whole town gave vent to its
feelings; the thousands who were already
thronging the streots began with one impulse
to hurry to the direction from which tbo tbout
first arose. The soene itself, .while tbe two
sovereigns actually passed, it was impossible
to desoribe. Imagine the madness of enthu
siasm, tbe whole heart of the people poured
out before those who bad delivered It from long
REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS.
See Telegraphic news on third page.
Additional News by the Arabia.
London, June 18, A. M. Kossuth has reft
London for Paris with French paasnorts.
On Monday next he will arrive at Genoa.
whore a becoming reception await' hiui. II,
will have nn audience with Napoleon, but no
giouuds exist fur the report in circulation as
to bis plans. An amnesty has been granted to
ibe political prisoners at Naples on tbe strong
re monstrance of Mr. Elliott, tbe British Min
Tho Times, In Its oity article of last evening.
quotes advices from Frankfort, which state
that the unman confederation is understood
to have resolved that 80,000 men, namely,
4",000 Prussians and 40,000 Austrians shall
be stationed on the Khine. There were strong
rumors that Prussia will Isme some decisive
announcement in the course of a few days.
According to tbe prevalent conjeoture, peace Is
to be proposed lo the Emperor Napoleon on
certain conditions, and it those are refused
Germany Is to enter Into the war. Under tbe
eitcumstanoes, there is a great anxioty and
stngnation in all commercial cities.
lhe Times also tnys that Russia is making
w iniKo preparations at ail bor naval dopnta.
The ncva divUiou of tho fleet is reported to
niiniiier eiguiy-mynt nrst-class ships; and tb
U.iltic fleet, thirty-five sail of the line, ol
which fourteen are screw steamers, is at Con
The Times accounts for the recent shipments
oi goto, iroin m. retersDurg to London, as pay
ir.ent for machinery mado in America and else
Larire Russian orders are lying still unexo
cuted in England.
Tbe liii .News thinks that tho Cabinet is
ne.1 yet complete, and complains of the man
ner in wntcn jyir. Miiner ibson bas beoi
nj )vc(l from post to post to make room for thi
old class ol placemen.
It was reported that the Generals under Pe
lltier are forthwith to repair to their respect
iro stations, and it was considered not itnprob
able that the army now called "tha Army ol
tbo East, would be dtnoiniuatcd "the A run
of tho Rhine."
The Frenca army of observation on tht
Rhino frontiers, numbers 71,000 men. An im
penal decree proclaims that tbe public will re
ceive for the interest on tho national loan now
duo, either bank notes, one hundred and
twenty-five florins forevery one hundred florins
or second government bonds, redeemable with
compound interest in live years.
Commercial lottcrs from lenna describe th
finunci.il condition nf Austria as one of com
a lotter Irom St. l'otorsbtirz says: "If Prua
si v allows nersolt to bo goaded into menacin
st'-ps, Russia will concentrate troops on tin
Gaiiciun frontier, and send detachments of hci
fleet to the Prussian ports."
It is said that tbo 12th of June was the day
appointed tor tne rising in European-Turkey
ine political lermem in oerviu was lncreas
ficmonstrations in honor of tho l'rcnoh viu
torios had taken place in Greece.
Washington, June 30. Onr ex-Minister to
Spain (Dodge) bas published a card, in which
ho says that while the prospect of acauirinar
mo oymronate, unuor me present circum
stances, is inauspicious, be has never even inti
mated that tbo propositionlin any way involved
tho honor of Spain, or thai the purchase might
not at a future period be effected. He believes
tbo courso recommended by the President will
lend to tho consummation of that object by
Nkv York, June 30. The ship Fleetwood
ot .Boston, which sailed from tbat port on th
0th of February for tbo Society Islands, was
lost oil tape Horn on the 4th ot May, by run
nine foul of an icoberg. The ship sunk in
a few hours, compelling the officers and crew to
take to tbo boats.
ino taptain bad bis wilo and child on
Tho mate, Mr. Babson, and four seamen
were fallen in with and oarried to Pernambuco
all badly frost-bitten. The Captain and sixteen
oi me crew took to another boat, and it
hoped were picked up.
Later from Havana.
New Oki.kanh, June 00. The sleauishi
Philadelphia, with dates from Havana to th
25tb iuet., has arrived below.
Froights have slightly declined. Sterling
bxebauge lutu.lt) per cent, prom, Excaung
on imow lorK d(a,os.
Tbe British steamer Teviot had arrived
Havana from St. Thomas, but Santa Anna was
not on board, as expeoled, unless concealed
Muoh disappointment was manifested at Ha
vana on account of his non-arrival.
The Steamship Arago Ashore.
St. Johns, K. B., June 30. Tho steamship
Arii go, wnicu soma irom jew York on th
23d inst., is ashore at Trepassy Bay. Sbe leak
badly, and will probably prove a total loss
Hor passengers, erew and baggage were all
landed in rafety. A steam-tug bag gone to
PtTisBvnG, June 30, M. River five foet,
by the pier mark, and stationary. Weather
clear; mereury, 70,
Fsksu moil Moruondou A Man Driving
a Pair or Elk all the Way. The Cleveland
Leader announces the arrival in that oity, of
Mr. George Raymond, all the way from Salt
Lako City, via Cherry oroek minos and Kan
sas, hatiug come the entire distance driving n
span of elk before a wagon. Tbe elk in ques
tion are only three years old, an ago at which
burses are not at all fit for use, yet Mr. Ray
mond assures us that he actually travelled as
far as one hundred miles In swingle day. Mr.
R. Is on his way to Vermont with his novel
team. The elk bavo now upon their heads,
horns three foet in length, which have beeu
only six weeks growing.
Mauamr McMauon. The Emperor's dis
patch with tbe news of the viotory of Magenta
contained no lcs than eight hundred words.
It was opened at St. Cloud and decipher oil by
M. Hanias Hinard, in tbo presence of tbe Em
press and the guests who had been dining
with ber. When tho translator came to tbe
passage relating to Gen. McMahnn, "who, as
always, was first in the field," bo stopped
moment, owing to a dillioulty in making out
the cipher; Madame McMahon, who was lis
tening intently, fancied that this hesitation
was the prelude to terrible revelations, and
fainted away. It must bsve been a great relief
to tbe lady to find that sbe was a duchess tn
stond of a widow.
The oity railroads in Philadelphia are daily
increasing the conveniences of the publlo, and
extending the routes of obeap and pleasant
travel. The Red Bank Ferry and Second and
Third Street Railtoad have just made arrange
ments to exchange tickets, by whioh persons on
any part of the road of the latter, can for the
very moderate sum of ten eants, gat not only
the car ride, but a refreshing river trip of seven
miles, on the steamers Star and Eagle, which
leave the first wharf below South street, every
hour. Other roads are about to make similar
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UNO AND MEL0DE0N HOUSE.
BRITTINGr" & BItO.,
Piano Forte eV Melodesm SlsuVero oV Dealer ..
NO fit FIFTH 8T., NEAR PLUM.
OL3 AGENTS for the sale of
.-ir J. Ilrlttinaa. Cincinnati, O.
rt7 1 A . V. Itolmea, N. Y.
' Vm. IMIller'a. tf.T.
Celebrated Piano Fortes.
hverr lMauo warranted Tor ten rears,
N. H. Pianos Rnri Melodeona tuned and ffwnatrawl
thoroughly. Pianos to letfmni tuto IIS, prqurter.
- us II llf. at tfKU.,
' ' N. rtt Kifia street, near Plnas..
O. AUSTIN'S, Melodeons. Je21
D B. ANDREWS, ?v
WATCH MAKER AND JEWELER,
No. 338 Filth Street, -
OR! DOOB WIST Of FLSSf. ..
A li, work warranted to perform well, if Dot, no
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry sold cheap.
AMD KSALia IM
Cheese, Butter, Bacon, Flour, Crain, Seeds, Dried
sruits, lienne, and all ktudsol country rrouuee,
No. 41 Walnut Strret,
QF-Mark all goods to 8. II. jelS
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
tha citizens of IHndmiutt that V haaobenod '
an offloe at Nn. inn West Sixth street, for tlie treat
mentofCONSl'MHTKiN and OH HON 10 DIBXAAKS
jent-rnuv. ijonsiiitHUon rreo.
9r imcp nnum, I" in a una x to s. l
erlle.lucncu, 203 West Fourth street. jelO-cmf
MITCHELL & RAMMELSBEEG,
WHOLES ALU AND RETAIL.
Furniture Ware Rooms,
o. 99 WEST FOURTH STREET,
-txT to PosT-ornci, CINCINNATI.
ssTFactorr o and Second sta. ap!3-em
j. & c. iti: viiiiiT,
52 Second sU, bet. Walnnt and Vine,
AND IMPORTERS OF '
English, French & German Chemical.
PUXLAN b WILLIAMSON,
(At the old stand of Pnllan, Hntfleld A Brown,)
No. S3 WEST SECOND ST.,
tnacFH rotxAK, formerly of Pnllan, Hatfield Rmwm
w . a. Williamson mr23-ACW
a. a. ruLLAR. eio. batfiklb. t. s. aaowa; a. skikmib
PULLAN, HATFIELD & BROWN,
WnOLGS ALE GROCERS
AND AOKNT8 TOB
CINCINNATI STEAM SUGAR REFINERY
No. 85 Columbia (or Second) BtreeU
V Refined Sugars and Sirups always on band.
AMERICAN BANK NOTE COM
PANY, south-met corner of Fourth and rlaln :
streets, Cincinnati, Ohio. Knirravcit in a style corre
sponding in excellence to tlmt of Bank Notes, Ratl-i
road. State anil County Bouds. Certificates of Stock
and TiepoMt, Checks, Note, Dill and Letter Beads,
(rds, &c, Ac. The above nfnee is nnder the supervi
sion of 2.VI GEO T. JONES, Enaravar.
O & C. KINSEY. PLAIN AND ORNA-
M KNT AT. PLAHTERKKH Materials fur
ntnhed and work done at the shortest notice. Lime
Nulls, Lath, Plaster of Paris, Cement, Plastering
Hair, Fire Brick and Clay, fur salo. Also, Plaster
ins material made up ready for Immediate use. All
orders promptly uttended to. Olhce, South-east onr
ner of Pearl and Western Row, Cln., W. jc3-amt
PH02NIX BLIND FACTORY, WM. W.
CARPENTER A CO., Hanufttctnrer of Venitlai
Hinds and VYiudow Shades, wholeettle and retail, No.
H2 Sixth street, between Walnut and Vine, opposite
Wood's Theater, Cincinnati, O. Old Blinds repainted
oii ret rimmed. Church, Store and other large
Shads made and lettered. 7a
K1RANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
L' FOUNDRY, B. A L LI SOI
Printing Materials of all kluds.
FOUNDRY, B. ALLISON, Superintendent.
lea vine sweat, wra
PTJGII fc KIRK, Attorneys at Law, No.
12 Selves Building, south side third St., between
Main and Wnlnut, Cincinnati. Ohio. ta
WILLIAM U. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
and Counsellor at I aw, Cnaw's Building
Third atreet, 3 doers East of jdaiu. ... , 173
(Successor to Unas 4 Co.) , j .
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealers
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FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
4 MAIN STREET,
OTOCSESSOa TO TBO&NTOH A f ATT,) w
No. 86 Weat Fourth St., bet. Walnut V Vina,
a. fc. HAJtua.
n. a. SHITB.
Drs. IIAJIXEN & SMITH,
No. 3 Weat Fourth St. ; , .
SB. S. WAJtSLE,
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Otfio No. 18 Weat Fourth street, .
OTNOINNAfl.OUlO , j
It. Si SEWT0N, M. D.
Offloe, 80" Weit Seventh Street,
inrui TIM aid lAcm,
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Orrtoa No. to Weat Berentb street, between Vino
and Bace. Bejidsnos No. A3 Sareuth street, be
tween Walnnt and Vine. Orrica HocaoIM to hU
A. M.t I to 2 P. M.; 7 to S P. M. . ui
PEOPLE'S LIN C '.
. lio aarwaaa
Cincinnati, New Rleiimoud, Ripley and
LANCASTER, No. 3, Capt. J ..n
J. Ooimaa, L. H. Moaais, ClerMeaTeaV, VT,23
from footof Waluut street. TCtSDAlffiCfiTUblSAT
and SATUBDAT, at Uo'olock, M. Th. Lsueaster
sskuwrn fwrmanenur u in ireoa, ror I n
tw rsssMeraapfu oa peara.
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