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end delivered to mlywlj N01NATI, COT
1N0T0N m4 NKWFOttT.aadln turroundlageWas.
village nd-town. at . .. . ,.,.
,IX, CEN.TI A WIIK.i :
payable to th oarrUr. '
PRICE OP MAILING.
Single Oeptea, I eta.; On Month, 4 etS4 Thraa
, . . . Month, f 1 00; On Taar, ft 00.
NEW NATIONAL THEATER
P. A. Sakmoa, Btag Manager; W. 0. Tcr
Second week of the celebrated
niartlaetil Troupe, (formerly of the Ravels.)
WKDNSSDAY EVENING. June 1, will bo art
en ted the great fairy pantomime of
BAOULj 0a, Ian Maqio Sta.
Conrcl, J. Martinettl; Baron Gamatti, J. tlartl.
nxttt Baron lUonl, A. Oraiol; Alclbl.de, Ignaclo;
llermlt. A. Pratentj Ollian, Mr. Jennlnga; fiamlo,
H" Faal; Uecllla, M'lle Deelrei Genie of tha Star,
Psevloae trt which the tanghabto oomlo pantomime of
TIIK SECRET MARRIAGE.
Ores Pierre. Mnrtinettt; M. Oregolre, I. Martinettl;
Marquis Verdud. A. Grosel; Madame Pnllrarp. Mrs.
Llhby, Betsey, fti'lle Dwlrej Klvira, Mad. P. Marti
The performance will commence with the farce of the
MAID OF MUNSTBR,
Rlr Lawrence Paragon, Mr. Hlght; Charles Para
gon, Mr. Hamilton) Kate O'Brien. Miss Julia Jones.
Manrievtlle, Mr. Hamilton; Bplaah, Mr. Melville;
Aurella. Mre. Julia Jonee; Lnay, Mra. Wilkin a.
SPALDING & ROGERS'
' '; EUROPEAN CIRCUS.
COMPRISING THE ELITE OP THE
European Clrcnaea, Hippodrome and Gymnasia,
elected by an eapeclal agont acmes the Atlantio, ex-
R really for Bpalding Hogera' Now Orleaaa Amphl
M'LLI EL0DE LOYALE,
, ,. MONS. FRANCOIS,
i . . I-': , ' , '. MONS. GULIAMNE,
.!..'..'. . ". . ' From France ; -
' .' And their flrat tour In the United State.
' IES FRERES CONRAD,
r . HERE W. CONKAD,
; ' . , IIERR 0. CONJZAD,
' , " . IIERR VON PAUL,
,"! ;' " From Germany
' And their tint appearanoe In th United States.;
MR.B. W. WOLCOTT,
MR. W. B. CAVANAUGH,
-i i". ,., MR. F. DONALDSON,
- v MR. W. WALTON,
.From England . .
t And (heir Brat to or in the United Btatea.
" BENOR 8ARCEDA8, - !
r, f 6BN0R CARLOS
t.-i i. u J i. ? i SENOR CORDELLA,
And their flrat tour In the United States,
MR. R..0MAR, ' 1 J
; MR. UEORGK SARGENT,
MR. W. II. IIILL,
(,'.- ; . . MASTER BARRY,
From the United Statea, and the ercnin of the Anior-.-taan
.... r ., . -
t ' Will be exhibited on board the Floating Palaoa at
4 and 7 P. M.t each day.
At Oreeuupabnrg, Thursday, June 2.
At Bipley, Friday, June S.
FULTON, SATUBDAY, June t, (pear tho Dry
Dock.l ' i
NEWPORT and COYINOTON, MOSDAY. JuneC,
(mouth of Licking River.)
.1. CINCINNATI, TUKSDAY and WKPNE8DAY,
June 7 and 8, ifoot of Mulu atreat.) ,
t1 ' At North Bend, 16 A. 41.; Petenburg, 1 P. M.J and
Aurora. 7 P. M., Thuraday, June 9. . .
' LonliTllie, Frlilay and Saturday, 3 are 10 and 11.
Drew Circle and Family Circle, 90 cent; Gal lory,
1 at oeata; children half price to Family Circle only.
'" Alao, before each Oircna performance, In theMu
eum, the enormoua Boa Conatrlctor, the huge Ana-
oonda, and the celebrated Skeleton Yiollnlat, all
living. . Admiaaion, Jo conta.
Alao, after each Circus performance, in the Bidotlo
saloon on the James Baymond, the newly-organised
CAMPBELL MINSTRELS, comprlalng the pick of
the Campbell and other Minstrels. Admiaaion,
oepts. ; , . my24-tf
, , -OHIAt- ' i
MONtfEY AND BURLESQUE!
DRAMA TIC T ROTJPE.
'T16MP0SED ENTIRELY OF ACTING
MONKEYS, DOGS AND GOATS, (as they hare
appeareu lu tue prtncipal Balooneor l'arl, Lonaon,
Kow York, Boaton, Pbiladelphiaand New Orlaana,)iu
Ianahabla Pantomimes, I
. X'amiii IntArliiila-
, .' ,. Tiaht and nlurfc R ope Pcrfbrmancea,
- iqueatrlaniam, Jto., dtc.
Wltfe magnlQoent Coatume and Appolatmentii,
win exniDii at ' - ' j 1
ODD FELLOW'S HALL,
FOR f TWO DAYS ONLY
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY,:
Jl'NE lat and 2d.
ODD ' FELLOW'S HALL,
. f , , FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
JUNE 3d aad 4th.
Tha whijle to eoncjude with the Terrific Aaonntlon
Dog John Ball In the Fire WorMI
Ka7Doora oaeu at 7 o'clock. Performance to com
. ' aaenca at a. Afternoon f i furuaucea Doora opau
. . at l; tocomiueuca at s o'clock.
Xaf-Admituuce. lor Ladiiwaud Gentlemen, Ucenta.
For Obtldrtm, thla belug au entertainment peculiar
' Jy attractive aud faaoiuuling to families, 1'ickqte wilt
bo nut at the aniwuaiiy low rleul iscenia. I
Me Urand ojiy poriormance on tuuuwAi as
TEKNOOM fprtsmtllea and phlldrea,
Q R A N D. R I C - N i C
Neal Dow Temple, No. 179,
II IO. XJF OOOD TIMPIARS.
THE CommltUaof ArrangemenU tak plea
sure lo Informing the frlenoeof Temperance and
others dwlriug the IwueAt of a pleasant excuralou by
river to the euuutry, ahal Ihey have angged the
beautliut pleasure uoai vuampioo ao, a, iur ;
.4: I J
FBIDA TV-JUNE I, UM. I
The Boat will leave the foot of Walnut street, at
1H e'etock preclaaty, pruoaed to Fulton and Coving
ton, aud then stop at the foot uf Fifth street, leaving
there at V o'clock praclaely, and proceed down the
3 river to the beautiful grounua known as Parlor Grove.
Prof. McDonald'a full String and Braaa Band has
t 'itaeauiiafiea,andwlll play for Ihepgraxioaa We will
Vaarautee tt all who may ted,a ploaeant time, aa
the Conimlttoe pledge tbemaelves to tak apeclal
mlum tn iiirriwIiLrA and aiM. that Mil atrMnirara may
enjoy thenieelvee well. Tlcketa, paaalug a geatlgfuaj
0 ' ; VurN.7ud'.h;Tnenef of llf wy will b,
allowed to remain on the boat "Uhor going or com
lug, or on the grouuda while there. Thlg will be
putlUvvly ealoroed. By rue o uom
w III inm.
L. B. HOLT, Pres't.
, Ja. Vr Alias, Seo'f,
e i ,:,t. ui W4k.
MORNING, JUNE 1, 1859.
PRICE ONE CENT.
The F.alr fur the Rfinpflf of . n-nl. n
Airinin, enmmencee muduai, may lay, anil
win uniiii nut, iur iru uitvn.
All frinurlM if ntior (Irnhana. and tha anhll vmmf-
lly, arekindlv Invited to attend. A good Rnd of
music naa been engaireci. Kelroahments of all kinds
III be on hand. Admittance 10 Cent.
By order ol Committee, - " I .'"
myll -t J 08. BA M IKB, Secretary.
NEW ANI INTKKKNT1NO ENTERTAINMENT
KVKKi 1AI ANO EVENING.
IBB LA ROES J COLLECTION OF ANTI
QUITIES IN TUB UNITED STATES, i'
N. E. Corner Sycamore aud TUlrd Ht.
' ' (CARD.) rY
FlIIE undersigned having taken on the 1st
Instant, for a term of years, the eplentMd Hotel
known as the
' Bumet House. .
Beg leave to aay to the cttlrens of Cincinnati snd
victors of the Queen City, that no eflort shall be
spared to make tho "Burnet" worthy in every par
ticular aa enterprising city that it ball not be sur
rutMed hy any hoive In the Union. A trial is respect
fully eolloited from regular boarders and tho travel
ing public. JOHNSON. SAUNDERS A CO.
QUEEN CITY VARNISH CO.,
43 Vine Street,
Continues to manufacture all varieties of
.. " '. . "'7. oi" "
PROMPT ATTENTION (rtvea to orders, ahd aU
gooda aent out guaranteed to be of good quality.
SNOWDON & OTTE,
21 West Fourth St., bet. Main & Walnut;
DAMASK, LACK AND MUSLIN
SPRING, HAIR, COTTON AND HUSK
TABLES AND FLOOR OIL-CLOTHS.
The largest and best assortment of Window Shades
ever offered In the city.
mrtJl SHADES MADE TO ORDER. IM
Oats and Flour.
4rjOOO 0ATSH' PKIME ' FEEDINa
200 flbls. Bslect Family Flour. . , , h
In store and for sale by
P1EB0B EUEEUAN, j
myM 117 and 319 Broadway and Lock port Avenue,
CUPPING AND LEECHING.
THE UNDERSIGNED respectfully informs
. hlsfrtimds, that he has removed from 316 Main
street io imi sixiu street, anu awe' Ik Ken an onice
neat doof to the Somhgate House, between BaM and
.(reetto 160 Sixth .tract, and has' taken an oHice
ui.iu o.i.'c.n. urn. lltll, MUUUU IU VlinpiUH
Leeching, Bleeding, apkl Teeth Extracting. Tbiink
ful for formor patroit he respectfully asks for a
coiitlnnation of tho er & i
- The beat EurepawaaT Leeches fur sn'c.
my28-iw JNO. 8. KOIIL. I
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS A SEEDS.
Wilder, Uoblnaon Si Co., 230 Walnut street.'
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Applegnte A Co., No. 43 Main at. ' ,
Aaderaon, Gatea ds Wright, 11!) Main st. I
BURNING PLUID AND COAL OIL. i
Chae A. Junghnnna, corner Third and Mill ats. .
, CABINET MAKER'S HARDWARE. I
nioAlpin, Iiinman 6c Co., 103 Walnut at j
J. Im Wayne 6c Hon, I'M Main it. j
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.'
Keanet, Dndley cV Co., l!) Main st. 1
FLUID INK MANUJACTURER. j
J. J Bntler, 39 Vine st. (
FOREIGN A DOMESTIC FRUITS.
John Ilitchell, College Building, Walnut st
LOOKING-GLASSES, Etc. '
Wna. Wtawell, Jr., 10 Weet Fourth at.
y MEDICINES. ' '
Dr. C. W. Robnck'a Scandinavian Blood Pills
and Blood Purilier, No. 6 Dost Fourth street, sec
ond buildlDg from Main. ,
Bachelor, DeCauip dc Co., 1 Walnut st. j'
Pollock V lUcC'all, 33 Walnnt at. i '
Nlaoa 6c Chatfleld, 11 and 19 Walnut St. I
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS."
Dr. W. II. Hwander, lttT Longwurth st. ,
Dr. XV. H. Bock, 87 Broadway,
Dr. J. C. Book, t7 Broadway. " ;
SADDLERY A CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS.
Banter, Bdmeaton dc Co., 108 Main st. (
SCALES, BEAMS AND TRUCKS. '
T. W. Wright dfc Co., No. 10 West Second st.
" 1 SEWING MACHINES." r j
Geo. B. Sloat Oc C-o., 54 Weet Konrth street.;
SUGAR-CANE AND GRAIN MILLS.
Hedgjea, Free Ac Co., tt Main at, i
WATCHES AND JEWELRY, j
Beggs Ac Hmlth, Weet Fourth st.. .
Oakamp dc Bro., 10S Main at. ,
WINDOW SHADES AND OIL CLOTHS.
Saowdea A Otte, 31 Weat Fourth st. f , ' .
Sawyer AJMrk, 8 College Hall, Walnut st. j ,
' ' WIRii CLOTH . AND PRODUCTSj -
8. G. Burnett cV Co.. 27 Walnut st. . I
PEOPLE'S LiNE( (
'III' n.Yt SSTWISM ' '
CiQClunatl, New BlcbmondHHlpley and
JisaiAB n.ii. no. tf.tjant. w
from foot of Walnut street, TUESDAYTTIiUKlDAY
hai i eutered permanently in the trade!
DiiUKUAi, at Iso'olock, h. Tu
or i-an.ago apply on uoara.
Waal Son41 flto'
f "I tr.r. t
iTwaan tiki aud baci.
O. -E. b NEWTON, M.
Ori01 Noi 00 Weat Herenth atiu. h.twun Vlnj.
and Baos. Kssidsniii-No. 63 Seventh street, bt-
tween Walnut and vine. Orvire Ilnuaa 7 to ai
lHtoaX P. M.i r tea r. M.
Drs. IIAMLEN 4 BMITII,7 ;
ro.'9 ivistVourtli KU ; . ..
tv SB.. 8. ,WA4PLJJ,,0
X DLH 3NT ,37 ...x&
Offloe No. 188 Wast Fourth itrot,
! '. .1 0 1 U 'id QJBH Alj WHO
THE PRESS. Printed by "Caloric."
Departures of Trains.
iNntARSrOLtg AND ClMCINMATI 8:50 A. . I 11:00 a. I
OlKriJtWATt. nAlLTni Ann Davtoh Indianapolis
and Ulnvelanri, :uu a. m.; Handunky Mall, 8:im a. a.;
Handusky, 4:30 p. M.; Accommodation, 6:00 if. a.
tTTLS Miami Cleveland and Plttabug, :00 A. N.
: Cleveland, Pitt.hnrg and Bellalr,8:nOA. si. Colum
bus Acconunodatioa, 4:40 r. a.; Cleveland, Pitta
burg and Bellair, II ;.10 r. a.
Ohio ahp Mnvnaatrn Ht. T.nnla, :S0 A. a.j Lonls
Till, ;00 1. n.; St. Lonle, :00r. a. , , . ,
Pirrnei'so. Coi.vMHi'a AKi CiartNK ATt f flteubenvllle
Phort Liner-Kat Front-street Depot :(10 A. a.;
8:00 A. a.; 1 1:30 . a. - . i' '
O.avKiAHn, Coi.fhbi'S an CiRinKaATt East Front
street :i A. .;tl,(WA. at.; 11:00 r. a.
Uinpikwati and Mabietta :15 A. st.; 3:30 P. a.
Central Ohio From Kast Front-street Depot 8:00
A. a.; 11:30 r. a.
Arrivals of Trains.
Indianapolis Cihoinhati 9:40 A. a.; 3:30 p. a.;
; r, a.
Cincinnati, Hamhton akd Dattosj7;4 a. a.; 10:47
a. a. ; 6.-40 p. a.; 10:10 r. a.
Little Miami 7:30 A. a.; 1:90 r. a.j 7:15 p. a.: I0:4A
r.n. , ' , ,
Marietta and Cincinnati 10:J0 a. m.; 9:19 r. a.
Ohio and Miaaisaippi 7:00 a. m.; I So p. m.; 10:10 p. a
Rkao the conclusion of "The Ooean Depths"
on the fourth page of this morning's paper.
A Mabi's Nut at Tag Folios Cocrt.t
Yesterday morning a case came np for hearing
in tha Polio Court, in which Henry L. Davis
was arraigned for lolling lottery tickets. The
oase wag dismissed by the Court on tha follow
tng gronndi. '
Tha Polios Court and Common Plea bar
concurrent jurisdiction of this olass of cases.
The law of March 18th, 1831, require that
either the prosecuting witness must indorse
the information as security for oosU, or the
Court may order the testimony before the
Grand Jury. Now, as the Police Court has no
Grand Jury, to give that Court jurisdiction the
prosecuting witness moat Indorse aa security
for coats. In this oase the officers who made
the arrest refused so to do, and the Prosecuting
Attorney therefore bad no discretion In the
matter, (ng the law is positiva in Its term,)
and waa obliged to dismiss the case. '
The following ate the sections of the law: :
That no bill of Indicting for any offense specified
In this act, eball be found a true bill by any Grand
Jtirv, by order of Court, at the request of the Prose
cuting Attorney, as the foreman ef the Grand Jurv;
In which case, the fact that the bill was funnd on
teetimuuy sworn and aent to the Grand Jury by order
of Court, shall be Indorsed on the bill instead of In.
dooing the name of tha prosecutor. ; ) i
That In all raxee where the prosecutor's nsme is
Indorsed, ami the bill fuund a true bill by the tlrand
Jury, and, npon trial, the defendant is acquitted, the
yiinwuwrBiwii muAuie miuwu. I
The misdemeanor under this act, are :
Breaking into a house for tha purpoee of commit,
ting violence ; theaaaeiubling together for tha pur.
poae of doiug ao unlawful act; reeding oOloera la
hi. dlaohargnof dutyi aaaanlt and battery; judicial
or ministerial officers receiving nnlawful free). oh.
mining money nuder fal.e pretenses; making fraud
ulent tranafors of property so cheat creditors; usurpa
tion ur upprcnaiun in omce: jikiicihi or niinisterlMl
g up or ancouratfiuar tiiiarrola or auita :
ministerial oiheera corruptly vppres.ing or injuring
nndar aolor of omoc; destroying bridges; altering ur
reninvina laud marka: tiuhtlnff hv iu?reement! defa.
clng monuments and tomb stones; refusing to aaei.t
in arretHlng oreecurina-criminal. : Keudlntf or deliTnr.
lug throatoulug letters, with a view to extorting
money; adultery; fornication; vending or making
lottery ticket: rescuing criminal., or aailatlns crim.
inals toeacapa; attempting to corrupt juror, orwit-
nofwe, wiiijusBea reiuauig lo itiae oaiuB; urioery;
burning aerannal Drunartv: mallcloua killing of hnriu.
or other beasts; Injuring troos the property of
others. , . ' ,
... In all these cases, then, under the law, In
which the Police Conrt baa final jurisdiction,
the prosecuting witnesi must Indorse the bill
of Information aa eoourity for cost, t ;
Thia law la strengthened by a seotlon of a
law passed April II, 1857, which provides; I
That no bill of Indictment for any offense s peel nod
In the act entitled "An act for the nuiilshment of
crimes," paused March S, 1031. shall be fouud a true
mil uy any uiana Jury, unions tue nume or the pros
ecutor sball be indorsed thereon, except such bill be
found on testimony aworn and sent to the Gland
Jury by order of the Court, at the reauost of the
Prosecuting Attorney, or the foreman of tha Grand
Jury, In which cases the fact that tho bill was fouud
upon testimony sworn aud aent to the Grand Jury by
order of the Court, shall be Indorsed ou tha bill In
stead of the name of the proaevutor. '
Thia rule, inaugurated in the Polioo Court,
by Judge Lowe, yesterday, will, while it re
lievei the Court of many burdensome cues,
also go far In permitting criminal to scape
from the meshes of the law, as few proseouting
witnesses, especially the arrestibg officers, care
to make themselves liable for coats,. On the
other band, it will prevent many mallcloua
prosecutions, j r i 1
- i rrr , . .. i
Fulton Company in the Field roe City
Railroad. A singular phase of the. prevail
ing conversion of the public mind to the im
mediate necessity' of street railroad fur this
city, ia the fever beat excitement in their fa
vor, evinced by the fervent people living ou
that strip of laud from Columbia and Pendle
ton down to the Flat-iron square in the Third
Ward. Would it be boliovej that a petition
hae been extensively signed in thut quarter
for one of the routes for a passenger street
railroad I On Friday night last quite a spir
ited meeting of the Fultoniana was held, Mr
Hambleton, Councilman, presiding, who was
decidedly opposed to any track in that quar
ter. A person well skilled to explain the
merits aud benefits of such a road, answered
questions and mads full explanations. A
large number of property holders bar signed
the petition. An adjourned meeting was held
at the Ferry street school-house last night.
Thi Fulton petition asks a grant of prlvl
lego'to o'ntruo ft passenger; Railroad tract,
(doable at such point aa needed) beginning at
th eaat line of the 17th ward down Washing-ton
atreat, and by Third and Martin streets,
to Pearl or Congress streets to easty, aid ot
Broadway, opposite Lower Market street. :
YAlao a line from said popgress, itreet, up
Lawrenoe street to Fourth street, along fourth
to Broadway, along Broadway to Fifth, theaee
to Fifth street Market space, there oonneotins
wun omat ' street railroad tinea centering inr,
returning by some route or along Fifth street to
Pik atreat, and down Pik strt to oonosot
with tha trck at Congrats street. il : i
This project hat also in view th condem
nation to the oily of th ,. Wooster Turnpike
Road, th main thoroughfar of Fulton, which
long lino should hav been ft city street, kite
thai the Company who may be assigned thi
route, In ft reasonable tiut thaU bowlder that
stxat th curbs sod, guUr,.to b laid at
one, to ketp tbt lamt mrppalr. ,a ' :
41. .'. Ml I
.OAtAualu' llilll 1 U rlaja I . i) lOti i J
Fairmount. We omitted to state that on Thursday
morning, at ten o'clock, notwithstanding tlie un
favorable appearance of tha weather, Ave or six car
loads of people Were taken out to the Fairmount
ground. Miiesrn. Cooper A Stokes were the auc
tioneers. The following doscrilwd lota were dispo
Lot No. 4.V1. im ftwit rranl. In .tnhn Iailr. at B.V
Let No. 46(1, loo feel front, to Hattorsal A Goaker,
at $4, ion. ,
tint do, till, ino feet h-out, to II. Clearwater, at
S! 79, f 17ft.
ioi no. vx, tun reet front, to William nonroin. at
ft I .V).
So. 163, 100 fact front, to William Uonroth, at
$i , iiM.
ot No. 4A4. IfSl fiwtfrnnl. tn Willi. m Ttnnrnth. at
l 2 S12S.
Lot rlo. tii, lorifeet front, to William Bard, at l,
Lot V6 m, 100 feet front, to William Bard, f I W
Lot no. 47, wo reet Trout, to Mr. Kooile, at 11,11(0.
Lot No. 47ft, 100 feet front, to II. Clearwater, at il
30, J 130.
ot No. 476. inn feat front In H Clumlar. at
f i iv, aiiv,
Lot Ko. i
. 441, So feet front, to George Piper, at 5 34,
Lot No. 4M, M feet rront, to William Bai rd, at 52 10,
i,ot no, 4.17, 66 reet front, to William Klrton, at
Il 10. DIM 60.
t no. 72, 33 feet front, at II 34. 144 It.
sold, 2,6I0 13.
Greenwood. Th sale of lota at Greenwood by
Cooper A Stokee, afternoon of earns day, weat off
woll, notwlthetandlng the Incessant rain. Six cars,
as usual, left the sixth street depot at 1 o'clock, and
though It continued to rain, some thirty-one lots
were sold, and the company retnrnedto the city In
about three hours and a half. Th following Is a
eopy of the sale.
Lot No. 114, 30 by 107 feet, to L. Shonemever $60.
Lot Ho. lis, 40 by 109 teet, to samuel H. Uead-fej.
Lot Ko. IM), 40 hy l2Afet, to Adam 8wartz 174.
Lot No. 129, 31 by feet, to John loung-ttt.
Lot No. 130, 31 by 120 feet, to John Young 103.
Lot No. 131, 31 by 120 feet, to Adam Korb $64.
Lot No. 13, 31 by 120 feet, to Thomas Batlng-Son.
Lot No. 133, 31 by 120 feot, toThoniaa Baling li.0.
Lot No. 115. 31 by 126 feet, to Kobert Brown too.
Lot No. :v, 65 hy 101 ,H feet, to Mr. Payne U0.
Lot No. 137, 10 by loo feet, to Lndwlg Hohn V).
Lot No. l ie, 30 by l'3 feet, to Alfred Butter 6j.
Lot No. 146, 31 hy 126 feet, to John Young Il 10.
Lot No. 40. 30 bv 120 faet. to John Hollidav SMI.
tot No. IM), 30 by 126 feet, to John Cheaterman 100.
ajoi no. i.to, m oy uo leei, co joun aunine too.
Lot No. 83, So by 136 feet, to Samuel Ooddard (00.
Lot No. 2, 39 by 130 feet, to J. G. llarkman 50,
Lot No. 2D, 30 by 104 feet, to 8. II. Biglow U2.
Lot No. 20, 30 br lin feet, to Ihoma. Xing 100.
Lot No. 24,30 by 13U feet, to Patrick Delvln J49 SO
uoi no. in, ji uy iu leet, to Joun louug ivo.
. Lot No. 131,31 by 126 feet, to Adam Korb too.
Lot No. 163, 40 hy 120 feet, to V, B. Holmea-f 76.
ot No. 78, 70 by J faet, to Edward Carlaon S7i.
ot No. 76, SO by 90 feet, to Edward Carlaon 140 ftu.
Lot No. 77, 3u by u feet, to Edward Carl.on-40 So.
Lot No. 78. 31) by 91 feet, to Oreiner A Mueller ?(5.
iai no. v, jo oy im ieei, io ureiner a aiueuer 1 00.
Board of City Improvements.
At a aession of thia Board yesterday, the
Clerk was direoted to prepare and transmit to
the City Connoll ordinances, aa follows:
To assess a special tax for the purpose of
paving the sidewalks of Pearl street, from Pike
to Butler. "
To assets a apaoial tax to pave sidewalks on
Third street, from Butler to Miami Canal.
To establish the grade ef Perkins street,
from Anbnra Road to Young street. Clear
Water street, from Baymillar t Freeman. :
To bowlder Smith street, ftom Third to W.
W. canal-bridge. i .
Resolutions as follow: ' Authorising repairs
of wing-walls of Smith street bridge, over W.
W. Canal. ,.- ,;.
' ' To remove contents of two vaults on line of
Mary and Corwln streets, reoaatly opened, j
To repair gutter at iatarseotion of . East
Sixth street and canal-bridge. - ' I
The Clerk was instructed to advertise for
proposal, .. . " '
To build ft stone-arch culvert under Branch
street, between Stark street and Ballanoe alley.
.. To build ft stone culvert to pass the water
under Liberty street, from Vine to Race streets.
To pare intersection of Linn and York streets.
To repair north gutter of Pearl street,' be
tween Walnut and Vine afreets. '!
Latest pro tbi Brat of War. Th bel
ligerent Emperor, now in battle array in
Northern Italy, are at least not In hot water,
but from incessant rain have a Dep- be
tween them. ;.-!!,,
Th news by the Haminonta tells of some
skirmishes, but of no battles; that the Ana
triana had withdrawn from Voghera to Caateg
gio. The former is a walled city of Piedmont,
nineteen mile E, North-East of Allessandria.
Casteggio is still further East six additional
milos, and is the aite of ancient Clastidium
which, in the Seoond Punlo War, surrendered
to JIannibal. Near it Is. the "Hannibal
-It would be curious if Louis Napoleon, now
at Alleieendria, should on this plain meet the
Austriana where', at the Battl of Mont Bello,
fifty-nin years ago, the French, nnder the
Marshal Victor, routed th Adstrfans; or at
Marengo, two miles distant, aehiev a victory
like that of hia unole, of Hth June, 1800. t
Allesandria, the French . Emperor's heod
quarter, is represented to be at this time ft
fortress of the first rank; finished in all its
parts, garrisoned, provisioned, and as amply
able so sustain a siege, as any plac in Europe.
Ih., Austrian threaten ...the .bridge near
Stradella, on th Po, but that js but a feint to
draw their opponents into Lombardy. i
,As Item fob Ova FibehknI There was a
grand parade of the Fire Department of
Charleston, S. C, recently participated in by
the municipal authorities and fourteen Com-
paubea, uuuiueruig some oioven nuuurea men
The most interesting oooasion wat th trial of
tb engines of the several companies. W ap
pend the list of th throwing:
Independent (of Columbia) Button.. -.........IS4 lu
Pboaoix, Jeffera....M M 170 2
Vigilant, J.lfora ....,.....,......im u
Ilope, Button...... leg
(lormaula, (or Savannah) (Smith ... la A
agle, Button ... 6J -
Marion, Hunnentan 160
Mechanic, (of Atlanta) Him-.- , ,.,, , ia
German. Agnew .....157
Young America (Savannah) Uiiaaeaaaa..iu.....lo 7
Atna. liuuneman ise 7
Washington, Uunnaman M..........M......162
Palmetto, Pine A Hartshorn.,....,. ......138 3
Charleston, J.flora................-,...M,m2 J
It will be ieeu that th Button took tbe pre
mium, being ahead of all omptiton, aad
maintaining tb high reputation which these
engines have earned for exoellenoe and power.'
The account does not state through what tlxad
nosilo the engine played, but w prelum it
w IH taoa on a, ikat being thtu usually
mploy wl in inch trials. W r rather inclined
to think that our wa admirable an fines ana Id
surpass th height attained at Chkrleiton.-.
And tc are nttUr lnolined to think that oar
engines (steam Or) could -surpass any thing
ana every tiling yott'v got In FltUburg. A
to volume f weUr, we'v got on etioint that
will woMd U whol. tf Pittsburg hand force
in th given Urn, say of on hour. '
- - . ' 'i i : '
,, a7iYraad the tvrtiment of Dra. N.'.Q.
and D. N. Denials. If yu wish steady work,
give them a call. ," ,;.,'
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From the New York Times.
The Kansas Gold Humbug—The Suffering
and Starvation on the Plains.
W have already published a brief talerram
relative to th suffering and starvation of the
Pike's Peak emigrants on the Plaint.' The
following correspondence of the SL Louis Dem
ocrat give fuller particulars:
. Denver City, Monday, May 9, 1859.
Saturday evening last. 7th InsL. tha flrat and
long-looked-for mail and passenger-stage of
tbe Leavenworth and Pike's Peak Stag Com.
pany arrived her. ; It was oat twenty days
from Leavenworth, bnt now that the way-ata-tions
are formed, and bridges made, it I
thought fourteen or fifteen days will suffloe to
make the trip. - Th new rout tho laid out,
via Republican Fork of Kansas River, eem
to be a good one, according to the report of tbe
Stage Company, though about th tarn length
at the old Fort Kearney and Arkansas routes,
hilly and tandy on this end, and , destitute of
timber for fuel for an equal dittance with th
others, or some 100 or ISO miles.
We have bad sickening rumor for a week
past of horrible suffering from freezing, ttar
vation and robbery of emigrant by way of
the Smoky Hill route.
Several intelligent gentlemen who have arrived
by that route, told me they themselvet were to
long on the way over sand and hills, and
without a road at all, that they were reduced
almost to ttarvation lived ten or fourteen day t
upon prickly peart and such wild oniont and
edibles at they oould pick up, and alto that
they helped bury several persons who died from
ttarvation. Tha airent nf tha
Mbrought us in word that he pioked up a starving
man auuie nuy mi ict irom nere, (or an Arrapa
hoe Indian brought him to the stage line,) who
had oome across from th Smokv Hill route.
(whioh hi company had ttarted on and tried
to follow ;) that when found he wat in a most
wretched oondltion. Hit name it Blue, and
he is from Whiteside County, Illinois. There
were three brothers of them first, one died,
and the two remaining ate from his body, after
they had been rendered senselett by emacia
tion. The teoond brother died and wat nearly
eaten np by the survivor. The stage agent
went out and buried the remains of the second
or youngett of the brothers, but could not find
the remains f the first who died. -
A man named Gibhs was the leader of the
starved company. Oibbs got in, nearly starved,
and supposes th rest, some nine in all, per
ished. The survivor wat left at one of the
mail stations, and the report is oonfirmed by
the stage patsengert. Others report large
number of graves on the route, and that many
oxen have perished and much property beon
destroyed and abandoned on the way. I saw
one party which lost teven out of a train of
By receipt of papers from the States I per
ceive that the tide of emigration hitherward is
very great. The number of arrivals here to
day and for the past few days shows an in
crease; but the tide seems to me equally strong
in the bomeward-bound direotion. Most, or
very many of those now returning go by skiffs,
dug-outs, etc, upon the Platte, the water of
this river being now in a good navigable state,
rfowa stream, for such craft, - , . . , ,
. About fifty boats of one kind and another
sailed in the past week, with an average of
fonr or fiv pertons in each. It is estimated
that 2,600 persons hav left here for home ia
lb last twenty days. This is in addition to
those who tnrned back before reaching here,
induced by the intelligence received from others
on their return. Probably as many more
reached her In that -time; but I think there
are no more people in the whole mining country
to-day than there were on my arrival here a
month ago. The towns (or villages which
they all are, and small ones too,) seem qnite
deserted by whites, and as many Indiana as
nalo faces are now IB and about this village.
Yesterday a dozen or more Indian braves, of
the Arrapahoe tribe, rode in, aooompanied by
their bead chief, Raven, and two of his
brothers. . They collected at the office of
Judge Smith, to hold a talk with the whites,
relative to an arrangement with the Govern
ment for a sale of their territory, arid tome
aid to their nation to become an agricultural
and a civilited one. They are already about
as civil as the whites hore, and far more tempe
rate; indeed, I've not seen an intoxicated
Indian In the mining region. The interpreter,
one Antoine du Brnv. was drunk at the meet
ing, and failing off his seat as he tat down by
the intelligent looking and dignified Quaker
like ohlef. Raven, rendered any attemnt at a
pow-wow a farce; and it wat immediately ad
journed for a day until the interpreter should
oeoome sooer. l may yec d enaniea to give
you an account of the talk. 1
As for tbe gold newt, or reports from the
mines, nothing reliable is beard; but many
rumors of paying diggings are afloat, whioh
are not credited by
Yours truly, D.
The Decay at Mount Vernon.
, i A correspondent of the Boston Journal, de
scribing the visit of the De Molay Knight
Acmpiara to u tomq of Washington, thus
write ot we appearanoe ot .Mount Vernon:
; Tha iteainer Mount Vernon carried the ex.
oursionists to a point in the river abreast of
Mount vernon, whore they were met by the
steamer T. Colyer, and were transferred to her
and by her taken to the landing. A procot-
tion wat men lortnaa ana moved to tbe appro
priate musio of th bands to tb tomb of th
Father of his Country. , This is a brick struc
ture, roofed over and protected from being en
trd, by a double iron gate, through the slats
of which tbe visitor see th marble sarcopha
gus, in on of which restf tb remaiot of the
immortal statesman and patriot. The inside
of the recess is in a tad slate of delapidation.
The plastering is falling off, the bivds hav
built their nests in th recesses, and tbe whole
appearano of the place is that of utter neglect.
Over th otranoo is tbe inscription: Within
this enolosurt rest the remains of Gen. George
Washington. Aa the Sir Knights approached
the pot every head waa uncovered, and all
seemed to feel that the spot whereon tbey stood
was holy ground. , - :
The visitors then passed on to the old dilapi
dated tomb where Washington was first inter
red, and whence hit remains were removed to
their present resting place. The entir front
of th tomb hat been removed, and th spot
in ft tad tiftt of negleoU . . 'u ; . ;
From thli spot th Knight prooeeded to tha
mention house and visited th lower rooms
th upper one being closed to visitors, Ia
the entry we saw the famous key to the Bos
tile th spy-glats occupying th sam plac
ver tb door that It did when Washington
wat allv tb tarn plotures upon the wall
that h gaied upon, and torn record bookt, in
which were entries by hi own hand. Patting
out of hit bous th turroundinga wr visi
ted. Aoroaa the path to th garden lay a
large tree, which had fallen and appeared
have lain there for months. ' The garde) gat
waa dosed, and Inside stood ft venerable negro
peddling Mount Vernon oanet flowers, Jo.
The servants' houses were the picture of d
aay, and those which were occupied had each
family of from two le five little aegros, be
tide their father and mother. Tbe portion ef
th mansion house was shored np to. keep
from falling to. pieces, and. tb whole place
wore a tad, ilokenlng appearance., It wat my
first vitit to Mount Vernon, and at I turned
away from It, I shared strongly tb feeling x
petted by many others that of regret that
had Visited it at all in tU nraaaat aerl.At.d
condition. May the day too a eome ' wka
mail pat into to euttody ef those erh will
appreciate its patriotic aaaeeiatloat. I 1 1
e " , i ' iJ n Afii-lei '
BATES OF ADVERTISING
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Larger adTpffHamenbi InaartMi afLba lafkuciaal F I
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One month...... Z...1.TZZ..7Z..A W
WATCil & JEWELRY llOlISB ;
Where oaa be bad every article appertaining to the
BnelneM at a much lea price, for CA8H, thaa
hat aver before baaa affered la thia market. '
QIVE US A CALL"
And see for yonrealva.
BEGGS A SMITH, No. 6 Vfert tU St. . ..
AKVlfOW RECEIVINfJ ADDITI0K8 TO
their large aaaortment ef Watsaiaa, dewattp.- w
Bilverwar and Diamond. ,
-Al0-i' ''", hA
A In aawortraant f Plated Tea Bet aaft Outlevy,
and Opera Glaaaet. t4
..if... .; g4anqfletmtf of i
SILVER WARE AND JEWK1B
Wholeaale and BeUtl Dealer ta : ! l I i
Watchei, Cutlery & Fancy Good, "
tt. W. OOBNIB MAIM AHD FOVBTH (TBXXTS.
Cincinnati; Ohio. ' ' UV -
DR8. DANIELS' RADICAL CURE TRUSS.'
the only trnsa known hy which Hernia can be
treated on phtloaonhlral prfncfploa; alao, Abdomlaal
Buneorlera. Hhouldar Rracoe. huanenaora. Elaetlc and
aeriiracee, euapenaora, aiaaiic ana
Aiacea etoeainga, ate. I'm lmnieit maaa a apaoiauty'
n. Daniel, maaa a spaolal
of tbe treatment of all Pbv.lcal Deformltlea. C7
I ol all rpyslcal uetormltlea, (.'Mid
Teet, Bow-Lege, Knock-Knees, Weak Anklea., P
ralyale in whatever part, fipiual ASecttona. aad aU
Nervous Dleeaaaa. - i
CBIce aad Institute, Ho. M Weat Fourth atreet,
Cincinnati, Ohio. 16
DR. ti. W. PIIIL.I.IPS'7
Maprio . Co ugh Sy rup
IB theonlv reliable remedy for the ranld and ver.
menent cure or Conghs, Colds, Influenza, Bronoliitla
Hooping-cough, Croup, Bore Throat, Bleeding Lung
and all diaeaaeaof tha Throat, Lung and Cheat. Thia
remedy la anfe, reliable, and the only one that haa
ived Itself a nntveraal remedy tor all tbe abora dia-
The teatimonlala publtsbrd are Irom our most
diatingulahad eitlient here at home, who hav bean
curea oy in magic power.
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From Bon. 1. W. Chapn
Jndg of First JodloUl
Madisow. ind., tM..
Dr. Geo. W. Prillih, Cincinnati, Ohlot Having
need everal small bottles of your 'Conga 8mp'
personally and In my ramily, and having seen Its eT
wctt on othera, tn numerous Inataneee or severe cold
and coughs, 1 moat cheerfully recommend It aaan In
fallible remedy In all snch caeea. If thia By rap ware
In general use, I confidently believe a large majority
of the colda, accompanied by coughs, that bow teratf.
nate in Conaumption, woold In effectually arreeted.
In fact,! can ee no necessity for anylwhcaaebtaia
thia remedy, being thus afmoted.
Beapectfullr youra, J. W. CMAPMAK,
:" Mead Thia, "Alac'ov! i ,mi
From Bon. B. etorer, LL. p., Judge of th Beperlof
Court of Cincinnati.
, , ' OrnoiRWATT, Pee. 5, 1S6S.
Br. G. w. Pmt.tlM Dear Hln Towr Itongli Mix
ture naa Deenuaea wlta great aucceee in my family
belle . a it to be a moat
'e and efnoaelewe preparation
for th. 'cure or ordinary oolda, aa well aa or cbronio
aa oi euro
th wrenl fk.
affeetiona or the tnrnnr and luaga. Nanv of sir
etgbbore, who have felt the goo etleeta of thia m ed
clue, aaaure me that they regard le wfth anal n
r DR. Q. W. PHILLIPS,
:,',,; . Sole Proprietor.
Bold Wholesale by Bilre, Fcketeln O.;john I)
Park: Oeo. M. Dixon; A. Tofel; Allen A Co.) Gordon
A Bro Edw. Bean Ian A Ce.; J. A. 0. Beakirt, and by
Druggists generally. ; . fto
PLAHTBBB. Tkeee Plaatera are excellent
remer lea In cases of pain and weakneaa In the aide,
breaat or beck t also, in rheumatic affections, coughs,
asthma, spraina, bruises, and kidney or spinal anec
tiena. The Arnica, Galbeaum, Pitch, j oor Man'e
snd Hemlock Plasters, are manufactured or vartooe
sizes, on kid or cloth, and Poor Han's on paper, by 8.
A. GRIFFITH, and supplied to dealers and druggist
en aa good terms aa any saaaufaotarera ia th Co. (91
,7..' J.. & C. UEAKIU'T, '
52 Second si., bets Walnut and iae,
' , ; I ' '' AH IMPOBTFB8 OF J 1 :
Encrllsh, Freueb et Gernuua CliemicaJa.
Silk and Casslmere
(tnft Hata of all Mtvlea.
MKN'B AMD BOTB' CLOTH CAPS,
B. B. ALLEY,
41 ... . Fashionable Batter, 41 Broadway.
' : PUlXAlf vVILMAMSON,
(At the old stand of Pullan, Hatfleld Brown,)
, Ho. ol WBST SXOONJJ ST.,
nsira rotLAa, fhratarlrof Fnllttj, Ha til eld A Brown,
wa.B. wiuxuisom. mr22-AOW
IJHfENIX BLIND FACTORY, WM. W.
CARPKNT1CR A CO.. Manntacturer of Vealtlan
Hlinda ana wtnaow CDaaea.waoieeajeana reijgi.no.
ii Sixth atreet, between Wain at and Vina, oppo.lt
VYoed'aTheatar.CincinnatLU. . Old Blinds repainted
and re trimmed. Church, tfter aad thar-larg
Buadea wada and lettered.
II. P. -'itOFKlKS.' ;'
Ilouse, Sign Ac Ornamental
i i. -'XITrlIJXl.
Shop in Mechanics' IxhibUto Balldlng, West ltd
,, , ,i of Vine, above Fonrtbj . '
OmcmwATi, May i, la? , '.' - mirt-am
O A N P X LPANY
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" ' ' !' f (Soccenor to Mnai al Co.'vtu'qi
' ,i''.-.-.. , f,,.,,
Manufacturera and Wholesale Dealer
40, MAlif STKEEt HCIilATI.
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T H E f L A o'tj''J!''''1
ft MAIN 8TRKKT.
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I If DI AIT Q.UBM COfFEl SALOON
e o m1t9i Sa Eftfti PtituTta.
Keen MntUnflr n hani', Hot, OoA Tea ChOMla,
: ii; -3- BW Irteah. AUaa aad Xgaa-Ae Aat.
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