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1T1W NATIONAL THEATER
D- A Binu, Stag1 Manager; W, 0 Trr
Been,,), vk of the celebrated ' . , .
Mhrtlia-ttl Troupe, (fonuerlr0' ,he Havel.)
BENETIT Of CLAUDE 0,UAMIL'0I,
SATCr.DAv KVENINQ, Jiii, will be pre
sented thecorilu pnutoinlme,
Simon, P. Mamnettl: AlfU'd Marttuett'lj Marie,
M lie Desire.
During the pi-,, danc V Isnaclo, M'lle De
sire and M'me Martinet!.
To be followed l.r th- panmlme of
R0BE.lT -O ACAIRE.
Robert Macalr., . Martlnettl; Jaqnos Strop, J.
Martlnettl: AdelaliMt "o y"lr.
During the plocal French Qnadrille.
To commence w(b tke laughable fare of
TAMI-VG A TIGER.
Charle Boeawi, Mr. Hamilton; Dolly Nutter,
Mini Julia Jonet.
To oonclnde vrW a
GRAND TERRIFIC ASCENSION.
From the back n the atngo to the extreme holght of
the Theater, b'tho Brother Mai tinetti nnd M'lle
Dealre, the lad' being In a chariot.
COBNEIt SITU A VlNh, Htm., CINCINNATI.
Gionosj Won, Mnacr; Joint Ei.isler, Stage
Mautger; p. B. Uu", ireaanrcr.
Prick or Admi('M. Ores Circle and Parquetto,
to cent; Family itcib, -a ceuta.
Seat can benedrod at tbo Box Office from 10 A.
M. utitlM P. M.t
Notick TTMr.JMiNOK''. Duori open at X before 7
o'clock; Performance w ill commence t 7J1 o'clock.
jpRRV "iTo SSOM,
THREE FAST MEN.
Will anpr in conjuuotiou with tbeexcellent dock
FlilDA' and SATURDAY EVENINGS, June 3d
"I WANT TO GO HOME."
SPiLDING & ROGERS'
COMPRISING THE ELITE OF THE
European Olrcnae, Hippodrome and Gymnasia,
selected by an oapeci.il arrant across the Atlantic, ex
preaslv for Spalding & hugurs' Now Ui'lena Amphi
M'LLE ELODE I.OYALE,
. MONS. LOYALE,
And tholr Brut tour in the United State.
LES FRERES CONRAD,
HEAR W. CONRAD,
1IEKR C. CONRAD,
11ERR YON PAUL,
And their Brat appearanoe in the United Stabs.
MR. E. W. WOLCOTT,
MR. W. B. CAVANAUGH,
MR. F. DONALDSON,
MR. W. WALTON,
And their Brat tour in the United States.
And tholr first tour in the United State.
MR. R. OMAR,
MR. GEORGE SARGENT,
MR. W. H. HILL,
From the United Stntea, and the cream i f the Amer
Will be exhibited on board the Flvutlng Falaie at
I end T P. M., each day.
At Greenupeburg, Thursday, Jnue 1.
At Rlploy, Friday, June S.
FULTON, 6ATUUDAV, Juno 4, (near tba Ihv
MJSWPORT and COVINGTON, MON DA V. June f,
(mouth of Licking River.)
CINCINNATI, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY,
June 7 and 8, (foot of llalu atreet.)
At North Baud, 10 A. Petersburg, 1 f. U.; aud
Aurora, 7 P. M., Thursday, June s.
Loulevllle, Friday and Saturday, Juve 10 and 11.
Dree Circle and family Circle, Ml com,; Gallery,
3i cenU; children half price to Family Circle only.
Alto, before each Clrcu performance, in the Mu
1 aeuu, the enorinoua Boa Cvuttrlctor, the huge Ana
conda, and the eejebratud Skeleton Yloliul.t, all
living. Admission, 2ft ceuta.
Alao, after each Clrotu purforraauce, iu the ltidutto
buloon on tbo Jamee Bayuioud, the noiy-orjani-id
CAMPBELL MINSTRELS, comprUiug the pick U
the Campbell and other MiuntreU. Adinliwiou, 2
S I G . D O N E T Til ' S
MONKEY AND BURLESQUE
OMPOSED ENTIRELY OF ACTING
MONKEYS. DOGS AND GOATS r. k. l...
appeared in the principal Suiuoneof Paris, London,
hew lurk, Bvaton, 1'hiludelphla aud New Orleuua,) In
Titflit und nlurk Ksp Performancea,
jb)tueiriMuiaiu, ii:e, Ac,
With magnlttoent Cuatuutea aud AppolatiuenU,
wtll exhiliit at
ODD FELLOW'S HALL,
FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
JUNE 3d and 4tb.
The whole to conclude with the Terrinc Aeceation
Dog Joliu Bull la the Fire Works I
"Doora open at 7 o'clock. Performance to com
meuee at a. Afierooon ierfcruuuicce-Duora upeu
at IH; to commence at 8 o'clock.
WTAdiuilliice, lor Lailieaand Gentlemen, Iftoenta.
For children, tbla being an eutertaiumeut peouiiur
ly attractive aud taaciuaUng to fnmilie., Ticket will
be put al the uuuauaily low rate uf li tenia
IW AND INTKBkSTINO INTEBTAINMINT
JBVKKI llt AND iVENINU.
IBS LARGEST COLLECTION OP ANTI
QUITIES IN THB UNITXD STATUS.
If. E. Comer Syctuaore and Third Bt.
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VOL. I. NO. 89. ,
MORNING, JUNE 4, 1859.
PRICE ONE CENT.
IX CANVASINO THE MERITS 01'
Do out fall to cxttLiiii.e the latest imrrovemeutu ul
Tho Elliptic LockSl.icii
A ' D
Improved Shuttle Sewing Machines,
We are delroun that all ahoulil, l.y a pcraoitAl In
veatleratiou, moiiaure the merita and coinp.iro thino
Ma'-liinea wltii all others, mm, by thiH sontiiny, the
cu.tmer is beM convi in.cd and uu count it aa sure tu
result In our decided favor.
OHlte, 5'J West Foiirtlt st., Cincliiuatl
FttASK I1ESRY, .Ucnt.
C I SCI X X A T I
ARE GIVING THEIR
PIKE' Ol'JSUA DUILDIXG.
Coimnenccd on TUKSDYY, May 31, ltiju,
And will continue throusbout the ve"k, Day
Display of l'ri'.miitm Slra-.vuei i its tvltli
ICE CREAM !
A tasteful urruitgeincut of Flowcii ;
COOt Er.TBEiTH,SUrrOUncl"i 1V Sp.VUKLIKO Fut'KTAINS
And enlivened n1th Mttnlc Horn Mr. MEN'TKB and
hi Band of Blue uud Striutjcd liiiUiiw-iii.:
TUB FRUITS, PLAKTS, FLOWERS, Ac, 4c.
Receiving the Premium will uls., be vu Kxhiblllou.
Tho pntrouage of t'ricuda of tho cuu i renpo t
fully solicited. Aduiltininc, 1'5 ovnU.
CiriFlNJ AJi!) lijccii:n.
raiHE UNDERSIGNED reupcotrully inH.nna
-B- lus tri'.'iflH, tiut h hii reumel l'rum liln I.mh
street to ltio bixih atreui, nr.d br.j tiiki'ii nu i'l'ti.'?
next du,.r to the S-MltliKiile House, b.-tw.rej! lince mid
Elm street. He will, usiwl, atieud to t:iippiti,
I,e-chiii)t, Bluniins, ami Teeth Kxtr,n:tiiig. Tlnuk
lullor h.rmer puiionua-e, he respectfully uiks l,.r a
cuiitimifLtii'ii ol the ifiinp.
BuT Tho bent European Leeches for aa'e.
uiyU-'-w J .NO. S. KUI1 L.
GX.A800W AN1 KKW YORK
STEAM TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL, BELFAST,
DUBLIN AK3 I.OXPOSDFRRY
moil nlw Yonk.
f;low , Tbuinann...Suiiirday, May 14. at U uoo
Kdinuureli, Ciimiuiug.. Wednesday,. I line I, "
lliinsuw, Thomsou JuL
Kdinuurs'ijCumming.. " July?;, "
Killnbursli, Cm.iuJing.. .Saturday, May 7.
t.lfiMitiiw. 'thojiutou ' June II.
diuburli, Cummiug... " July 2.
Hiitesof PKa.uge from New York, Philadelphia 01
Boston, to UluftMow, Liverpool, litill'ast, Dublin
Londonderry, tlr.t clu-s, 75, Nti-erase, found n uh
un nbubdauen of properly -e'(ked proviticua, SC1I.
An eXKrieuced Surgeon attached tu ea b teaji,.r,
Ko chmxe tor medicines.
For Freight or I'lMsnKe, apply to
ap-7 KOHliUT.CliAlG, 17 Broadway.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS A SEEDS.
Wilder, Itobluson & t'o., alto W aluut atreel.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Awlesute it Co., No. 15 Mmust.
Andci'sou, Outen fc Wilabt, U'J Main st.
BURNING FLUID AND COAL OIL.
Cliae. A, Juushunua, corner Third aud Mill tu.
CABINET MAKER'S HARDWARE.
McAlnln, Hiniuau 61 Co., IOJ Walnut at.
J. Ii. Wuyno Ac Sou, li l Main .t.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Kennet, Diidluy Co., 1-J Main st.
FLUID INK MANUFACTURER.
J.J Itutler, aJ Vine si.
FOREIGN DOMESTIC FRUITS.
Johu liilL'bell, U College Dulldiuc, U alucttt
Win. Wlawell, Jr., II West Fourth st.
Dr. V. W, Ilobut'k'a Se.tuditi .v:.n Blood I'illa
ami Blood Purifier, Ho. O Ettdi Fouria street, sec
ond building from Main.
Bachelor, DeCaiup Sc Co., (It Waluut st
Pollock Si lUot'ull, 'i'i-i Walnut st.
Nixou Ac Cuatfleld, 17 and 79 Waluut st.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Dr. W, H. Mwuuder, ltiF LougwortU at.
Dr. W. II. Deck, 87 Broadway.
Dr. J. C. Beck, 7 Broadway.
BADDLERY Sc CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS.
Ilunter, diueeton k Co., HiS Malu at.
SCALES, BEAMS AND TRUCKS.
T, W, Wricht Ac Co., No. 10 West Svcond st.
Geo. B. float A: t'o., tie West Fvai tb streat. .
6UGA.I-CANE AND GRAIN MILLS.
Hcdves, Free V t'o., 6Mt'oit,
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
BetTsre k Hniltsi, ti West Fourth st.
Oakaiup Jt lira., 10H Main at.
WINDOW SHADES AND OIL CLOTHS.
8nowdt-uA One, 41 West Fourth st.
Sawyer Kirk, H College Hall, Waluut st
WIRE CLOTn AND PRODUCTS.
8. Q. JUaruett &s I o J7 Waluut st. ,
' N. 10r MAIN STREET.
FISK & EDGAR,
CIHOINHAT.I. , B,i
M. MORF.IIOUSE A CO., have
Uiiholsterr and Bcddlnvr Store.
trm tin, corner of Firih nnd Plum atrcett. to No.
Vit Sycamore tre"t, Knt Side, betveeu Fourth aud
I iilh elreein, at the old stand. Jet
A LARGS number uf the Chioago eiourilon
iets h&vs loft on a visit to Mammoth Care.
Bkak in mind that tie scholars' of the Park
treot M. E. Church go on, a pio-nio excurilon
to Parlor Grovo this morning.
A.v alleged bigamist, named Wm. Collin,
who hail from Pomeroy, Obio,Vill have a
bearing before Judge Lowe Monday morning.
As YuC arc passing along Fifth stroot thi
evening, don't fail to atop at No. 210, and
purchase one of UUbert Bro.' dresd bats.
Tukrk was a Grand Promenade Conuert at
tho Horticultural Exhibition, iu Pike's Opera
House, bint evenin;;. The number in attend
unoo wad iaro.
At a mooting of the County Board of U.iuali
tuUoa yoittrdar, the oaaesiiuent of Green
Township was iucreased to $4,075. Tho as
sessments in tbe Fifth Ward (city) wero in
creased to $33,9M).' ' ' '
A COLOiitu individual named Henry Brown,
wa before the Polioo Judga yesterday upon a
charge of stealing a pockot-book, for which
offuueo he was lentenoed to two months in the
- o ' .
A mahriob cereniouy was performed by
'Stiuira MvFall at tbe Commercial Hospital, on
Thursday ofternoon. The brido was a con
sumptive patient, and tho bridegroom a deck
hand on tbo river.
Irish compulsory evidonoa is deserringof lit
tle ctedeucu, t't'ii. 2'imc.t.
Would it not have been more manly and lees
blgijolted in the author of tbe above paragraph
to have left off the word beginning his sontence.
A.N individual who has at different times
filled the olliceo of Constable, Policeman and
Magistrate Cloik, was before the Police Court
yesterday, as a common ragraut. Whisky ig
the cause of his fall.
Tin two negroes, James Delany and Spiigg
Cross, who ure churned with stealing copper
pipe from off tbe steamer R. H. Winslow, were
before the Poliee Court yesterday, and commit
ted fur a further hearing.
Mary Smith, aliat Lotitia Long, was before
Judjje Lowe yesterday, upon a charge of at
tempting to pick pockotn iu Fifth street Mar
ket space, during Uio trial of tbo Steam Firo
Engiucs, Thursday lust. Sho plead guilty, as
charged, and wits sentenced to two mouths con
finement in tho city prison, at bard lubor.
Tiik most delicious luxury in tho way of
good butter ever brought to the city, can bo
hud .f J. 11. Eggloatun Sc Co., No. 357 West
Third streot. Their butter U selcetod daily
from the best dairies of the Western Rosorve.
Those who wish tu always procure a choice
articlo can find it at tbeir establishment. There
is no necessity in goiDg yourself for it; send
your servant girl or children, and yon will al
ways be sure of gotting butter of the first
A Shrewd PickruckET. Perhaps the shrew J
cjt woman who ever followed the busiuess of
picking pockets, is an English woman named
JIary Mallory. he has been arrested often,
but until yeslerd.iy always escaped detection.
During the trial of Sleuin Fire Engines, on
Thursday last, it becainu known to tho officers
that feveidl persons had been robbed of thoir
pocket-books. Mary waB een in the crowd,
aud followod. When tbo awning took fire, on
Main street, below Fifth, aho was observed
Ulkiug very earnestly with a woman, pointing
to tbe iiro with one band, and with the other
fumbling tbe woman's pocket. She was ar
rested iu the act, and taken to the Hammond
street station-house. Sho U rather a good
looking woman, but is a thorough thief, and
has all the slang expressions of the profession.
She says if she bad not been somen bat under the
influence of liquor, she never would have been
detected, for the would not havo attempted to
have worked on that day. She affirms that
latuly she has committed but few depredations
iu this city, but ha gone on many predatory
tours to Chicago, Cleveland aud other cities,
and that she now Las $5,000 in bank, tbe re
sult of some of her law exploits. Sbe ba a
half dozen different aliases, uuiong which are
Mary Smith and Lavinia Lung. Mary plead
guilty yesterday, aud wits seotenoed by Judge
Lowe to the city prison for twenty days. She
bat a husband, also a thief, who is now iu
prison awaiting trial, on a charge of stoaling
a gold ohain from Owen' jewelry store, on the
corner of Main and Fourth stieeU.
To Mr. Ant hold, four-story brick house on tbe
north aide of Fiuillay ilmket House, between Pleas
ant ami Elm ecretts. .
To Alriug & Bi uinnior, repair on tbe cast side of
W alnitt, between Sixth and eeveutb streets.
To F. Spreeu, three and a hull story brick dwelling
ou Plea.aut, Imtween Fifteenth aud Liberty, F, 4 I.
To U. Keekers, three story trick dwelling and ftore
on ..biiid street, between Main aud Sycamore, F. &
V Knllfudorf, fouirituors.
To Charts Wolff, two-story brick dwelling, on
S iulf i struct, ltweu Junes and Cutter streets.
lii Di'jmvf ft Hrowii, three-story trb X. dwelling,
on Math street, betweuu 31oum) and Cutter.
To S. Holmes uu the north aide of Eighth, betweeu
jlaln and w alnut.
loJcpli iijemau, one-story audition to Ko. M
To Jauie CamMe, on tho north aid uf Clark
street, beiweon Western Bow aud John slr.vt. Suo.1
To Sylvfster Worth, two-story brick dwelling, on
the north tide of Lliulou ttreet, between Cutter and
To James Caraou, two thr-.t..ry brick dwelling),
norih aide of iuth, between Cutler and Linn. Jap
per Bro., contractors.
To Joaeph Keet'e, a threa-atory brick dwelling, on
the SoulU aide vt Eveiett Btrcet, between Western
iiow and John atreet.
To William Nella-r. a three -story brick chair fac
tory. North aid of Rae street, betweeu Fitteeuih
and Liberty, J. II Saening, contractor.
To hmith A Willi. inann. a ltv.,..PV ,nn. rA,
builulug, on the North aide of Pearl stiaet, Wlwetn
Baca and V in street.
To John H. Raslaemyer, a two.atory brick dwell
tne, on tlie ortb aid uf Clark trett, betweea Cut-
What ark Consols. Our readors ara well
aw-nre that a rie or Fall in "Consols" is no
ted as tho moat important sign of tbo condi
tion of commercial nO'nir in Engltiud. But
few know ivhut (loimols arc. From a very
lengthy explanation relative to Consols, or
tho consolidated debt of Great Eritnin, wo
glean lotue interesting information:
Tho national debt ol En cloud begun in tba
time of Charles I., with the relinquishment
of the old custom of extorting from tbe peo
ple and substituting borrowing thorofor to
meet public exigencies. This has been in
creased from tuat time to tha present in all
time of exigency. In periods of peace and
when the rate of interest has been low, the
Government has redeemed small portions of
the debt, or it has lowered tho annual charge
by reducing, with tho consent of the holders,
the rate of interest.
Tbe dobt then consists f several species of
loans or funds, with difforent denominations,
which have been, in procoss of time, variously
mixed and mingled, such as Consols,!, e., sev
eral diffurent loans consolidated in one stock,
3 per cents., Reduced Consuls, New 3 por coots,
In 1817 tho English nnd Irish Exchequer)
were consolidated debt. The present debt
oun not be loss than four thousand two hun
dred millions of dollars, most of which is Con
sols beating interest at three per oont. Tha
ordinary price of three per cents, is 95, because
poople investing at such low rate will not pay
par when money is worth a higher per eentuge.
Tbe report by a recent arrival was that Consols
had fullen to 89 and DO. This is cqunl to two
years' intorestun four thousand millions of dol
lars. If holders were obliged to soli then, tho
aggregate loss would bo $240,000,000. In such
cases, only those who have money engage
ments and must sell out to meet thoni, are
losers. 2u 'r.
Horace Greely, who is traveling through
Kansas, in speaking of the timber says: I was
fully oonvinced that wood grows mora abun
dant with tbe progress of set I lemon t aud culti
vation. Of course, there is timber enough to
day in tbe Territory, but the bettor portion of
it is too geuerully cunllned to tho intervales of
the larger streams, too far for their comfort
from most settlor) on the praries. Could pral-riu-fires
be wholly arrested, tho increase of
timber would overbalance teufuld tbe annual
rise and waste; and tbo quality improves even
faster than the quantity. This is real pro
gross. For, though thoro is quite enough in
the Torritory, and a pretty good vnrioty of nil
species except tho evergreens, which are la
mentably deficient, tbeto aro points at which
none is within two or three miles the little
that formerly ran up tbe email ravines which
cut in upon the great high prairies being soou
exhaueed by use for building, fuel and fencing,
aud requiring years for iu reproduction.
Outlet fob thb Pknnbylvania Railroad.
The Philadelphia papers aro discussing the
best mode of procuring an outlet to the Dela
ware for this road, in which we are all deeply
interested. The present road, even for pas
sengers, is a nuisance; but for freight almost a
complete obstacle Some half dozen of plana
have been proposed, but we hope that tbe enter
prise of this great Company, and tho liberality
of our commercial metropolis will undertu 10
that which all admit to be tho best. Wo
allude to a railroad tunnel from tho Schuylkill
to the Delaware. Tho route proposed is uudur
Callowhill street, some half dozen uf squares
North of Market. We want to soe this ex
periment fully tested in this country, which has
bcon tried iu London und Liverpool with emi
nent success; nnd wh think tho Pennsylvania
Road and tbe City of Philadelphia aro the very
parties to test it. Wa have no doubt of its ul
timata success, aud hope that tho experiment
will be fully tried on the proposed route, un
less some better one i hereafter suggested.
I'itti. Com. Journul.
An infant daughter of Mr. Win. Richer, of
No. 101 Franklin street, New York City, died
yesterday from injuries received by being
thrown from a ohild's oab. The brother of the
dooeased was drawing his little sister, when a
boy having a large dog came up and asked
permission to fasten tho dog in front of tbe
wagon and let him draw it. This offer ploased
the brother, and the dog being fastened, drow
very steadily for a time, until becoming fright
ened, ho inado a sudden turn, upsetting the
child, and throwing it head foremost to the
pavement, producing injuries from which it
died. Coroner O'Kecle held nu inquest in the
case, and a verdict wa given iu accordance
with the facts staled.
Thk Arkansas Freh Negro Bill. Tbe
Little Rock Gazette, referring to tho bill passed
by tbe Legislature of Arkansas to expel free
uegroes from the State, says: They have until
January, 1800, to dispose of tbuir property,
and make other arrangements for leaving. If
they do not go then, it i made the duty of the
Sheriff to seize them and hire tbein out to tbe
highest bidder for one year, giving tbcin the
net proceed of their labor to enable them to
leave the State. The bill provides that such
free nogroes as desire to remain, ma chuoa
masters the county court having them ap
praised, and the master or mistress they have
chosen paying half thoir value into the com
mon school fund of the county.
When Noah planted the first vine, and r
tired, Satan approached it and said ''I will
nurture yuu charming plant!" lie quickly
fetched three animals : a sbtrp, a lion, aud a
hog, anil killed oco after another, near the
vine. Tbe Virtue of the blood of tbe three
air.imals penetrated it, and is sttil manifest in
iu grow th. When a man drinks one botilo uf
wine be is then agreeable, gentle and friondlv;
that is tbe naturo of the lamb. When be
drinks two, he is a lion, and says "who in like
me!" he then talks of ttupendoui thins:!.
When he drinks more, his senses forsake him,
and at length be wallows in the mire need
it be said that he then resemble a hog,
William Fair, a German, who resides at No.
149 Broome street, Now York City, came home
intoxioated on Monday night, and threw him
self on a lounge, with bis luce down. He was
found dead yesterday morning. He had died
from suffocation. An inquest was held on tbe
body, asd a verdict rendered accordingly.
The deceased wa an old man and very intem
perate. What's Tour hnainesi. mv M.nl. bi.a nr.
J , T . . . . U J . C. IU I .
O Grady, Cj. C, to a rough-looking specimen of
tiuierum isio. ouie, returned the Utter,
didn't Tim Mulroonv' arlfa tail ... .... i
- - - - - - w u.v j vi uuuur
was wantia' a boy? And do you call yourtelf
a boy? asked the barrister. Why, do I look
uae a gmr was rai s quick rejoinder.
Bus to kiss. Ro-bua
der-bus two girls kissing eaoh other. Omni
bus to kiss ail tbe girl in the room. Bus
ter a general kisser. K pt.iri-hiu imtt a
thousaud kisses in ono. -bus two blind
Diggers kissirg in the dark.
"So Bad?" Whv is Allien', ti:-. 1:1 -
the prevalent fashion of crinoline? Bacause,
say a historical critic, it is a rouiu.iiioui
A rev. vob rbibb.,.., . u- tv .l-
, " . ji iu lamer t
tha Atari nf tha f.mil. wk. I- .u. .u... -
wl .i. i - "-! iui eiuesi soot
Why, the Air, to be sure.
Tom aava his aataf IU. I. . e .
. y -"- .u m our ivnue ana
points to bis wife's lsft hand.
Sympathy with Italy The "world of New
lork," technically so called, U now most
agreeably and worthily occupied with the pre
liminary arrangomonts for a grand festival at
the Academy of Mujic In aid of tbe families
of tho soldiers of Italian independence and
liberty. Wo do not fuel ourrelves at liberty to
glvo the detail) of the preparations now making
lor this most oommeudable demonstration; but
we may go so far as to fay that they already
promise one of the most brilliant and interest
ing entertainment imaginable. The Italiau
artists of Now York have thrown themselves
into tha work with an enthusiasm and energy
whioh morit all praise. That "Opera of Lib
erty," "I Puritan!," will probnhly be given,
with a cast embracing, beside the finest pro
fessional talent of the capital, an unprofes
sional i-t'mn rfoimu of the best social position
and tbe highest accomplishments; and there
are whisper of the production of a now French
play from one of tho most fluent and forcible
of metropolitan pens. Tbe object of the cele
bration, the character of those by whom it will
bo controlled, and the scalo of the entertain
ments now projected, will doubtless make the
affair tbo event of the season, Bnd afford a
brilliant testimony to tbo sympathy wbloh tbo
chief city of free America foels with illustrious
and unfortunate Italy in hef noble effort to
shako off forever the incubus that has weighed
so loug upon her people
Anotiikr New Sttlk op Vesskl The " Ve
I.OCI.VAVK." An Englieh paper states that M.
J. Brunet has invented a new kind of vessel,
which he culls tbo " Velocinave," nnd which
ho asserts will travel through tho wntor at
the rate of from twenty to twentv-five miles
an hour, which is more than is performed in
the same time by the mutest boats now known,
such as tho paddle steamers of tho English
companies, tho sailing clippers of the Ameri
cana, tHe car canoes of tho Malays, and tho
larg". screw-steamers of France. Tho inven
tion is based upon tho principle that the ship
ought to proceed through the water cleaving
the liquid muss by means of turning pointa,
thus transforming the friction of gliding into
tho friction of rolling. It wnrka, in ahort,
like a centre bit iu the water. M. Bruuot
gives to his vessel tho form of a circular cyl
inder, terminated by two cones revolving "on
the same ax:s. These cones form the prow
llllil tlift limit) ,if lb,, ,.),;,. WU..
. .1 1 - " .u.jj, .uu v C1IJC1I1H ve
can, it is wild, be worked with safety under
ui.ci,iii nuiuuuuso it is lurniHhiM with n
deck tunnel for ventilation nnd light. M.
Brunet declares that the essential principle
of hid invention can be applied to onv exist
ing vessel without interfering with its build.
X. Y. Time.
A Filibustrk Lockku Up Colonel An
derson Aurestko Col. Anderson und hi
friends made thoir appearance again at the St.
Nicholas Hotul about 9 o'olock last ovoning.
In the anticipation of unother disturbance,
Caplaiu Turubull had about half a dozen offi
cers iu tbe bar-ruotu of the hotel dressed iu
citizen's apparel. Immediately on the entrance
of Colonel Anderson, Mr. Treadwcll, one of
the proprietors of the hotel.
and requested him to stay away from tbe hotel
u oouiu uepori nimseit iu a correct
manner; and stated that if he (Anderson) per
sisted in his disorderly Aimilimi ..r...
would bo taken to keep him away from tbe
voi. Anueroon men, it is said, com
menced to abnso Mr. Treadwell. Cantaiu
'p.. v.. i... ii - , , . .r . .
...... jui. nus near at nana auu arrested Uul.
Anderson and locked bitn up in tho Eighth
Precinct Station-huuxe. A number of bis
friends, nt a lute hour last evening, woro run
ning around in senrch of a Justice in order to
set the Colonel at liberty. .V. '. 2'inies.
Tuk Atlantic Ferry Twenty-two steam
ships urrived at this port, Boatou and Quebec,
during the mouth of May, from Europe.
Twenty-two t ;umers in thirty-one daysl Al
most as many went the other way. It is only
twenty-ona years since tho littlo Cork steamer
Siriua niado her appearance off the Battery, tbe
first to cross the Atlantic. She was eighteen
days in making the passage. Now it is nc
oomplisbed in nine days. The arrival of the
Siriu produced a aeusatiou throughout tho
country. Now the arrival of twenie-t-.e,.
steamers in one month scarcely excite a ro-
uiura. lempora Muluutur. V. J , Herald.
R3.DANIL8, RADICAL CURE TRUSS,
L tho only trn.a known by which Hernia can be
treated on philosophical principle.; aUu, All..mlual
Supporters, Shoulder Urma. upcnaors, silastic nut)
Laced MtockiiiLA, iXc. Dm. liauiels make a special iti
oi the treatment of all fliysieal licionuitiea, Cut
Fe.it, How-Lei;, Kuock-Knues. Weak Ankloa, IV
ralyais In wlihiever part, fcpinal Atlectious, aud all
C-lhYe and Institute. No. 34 West Fourth stroet.
Cincinnati, Ohio. IM
DR. G.W. PHILLIPS'
Map;io Oo ugh Syrup
IS thconly reliable remedy for the Wpia and per.
niauent cure of Coughs, Colda, Influenza, ttrouclnue
Uopptiisj-ooiigh, Croup. Sore Throat, Bleeding Luiim
aud all disoaicaor IhcThruat, Lungs and Cheat. Till
leuiedy ii safe, reliable, and the only one that l.
proved It-ell a unlveraal remedy lor ail the above dia
u.isca. Inu testimonials published are Ironi our mo)
distinguished citizens here at home, who have b d
cored by Its magic power. j
Important Testimony. .
From lion. J. W- Chapman, Judge of First JndJcUl
Dr. Gro. W. Pmr.icp, Cincinnati, Ohli,; Ilavins
use.lsav.inil small l.iHtlii of your 'tjouuh Syriiu "
personallvand in my family, aud having seen its Jf.
lects uu others, in numerous iuatauces of severe to!,'
and cousin, I most cli.erfiilly rcomm.'nd tt aaau in.
tallihle i. iii.hIj iu all such cases, if thla Syrup -er
in Keuerul uje, 1 couu.teutly te.lieve a large major. ii
of the colds, accompanied by coughs, that How terml.
rate in (.usiiuiptiuii, would be etfvctnallyiirrmtMl,
In fort, 1 can t no neoeaity for any, who can obi a
this romeuy, being thus afflicted.
llwpectlully your, J. W. CUAPMAC.
Head Tills, Algo.
From Hon B. rftorer. LL. D., Judge of the Boperlot
Court of Cluclunatt. .
. n ... n CiNcwauTi, Dec . Ism
Dr a V. PBHiin-Dear Sir: Your t ,g, Mix.
tui e baa been used with great am cee. in my family 1
belle . It to be a moat sale and ellicaci.m. preparation
forth, cure of ordinary cold, ua well aa ofeb.ru Zc
aifoctiou of tb. throat anil lunH. Many "f Sif
niKbbors, who have felt the .,.d en.et.of U,l.a,"l.
lcioe, assure me that they regard it Willi K'"" favor.
DR. Q. W. PHILLIPS,
Solo Proprietor. "
Bold Wholesale by Snlre, Kckateln A 'Co.-, John D
Park; Ceo. M. Dixon; A. Tolel; Allen A Co.; OonliTi
Ilro.; VAw. tscanlan A Ce.; J. . C. Keakirt, and b?
Drugglsu generally. r
A-Sl I'tASTKIW.- These Plaster are excellent
remix lea (ttcjae of pain and weakness iu the able,
b'ea.i. ur back ; also, in i heumatlr altectlon,eoach.
asthma. pm,ua, bruises and kidney or apinal a ft" -J-tl.ii...
I n, Arnica, Galbauiim, Pitch, Poor Mau'a
ind Hemlork Plaatera.are luanufa. lured ot varluua
'.U!?i,.1-L-'.'ViV c,"'.h' R'"' l'""r 'an'a on pap..r, b .S.
A. UKir 1 1 11, nnd supplied to dealer and dmajiona
on a auu'i term iu any uiauulaclurera iuthe L.S il
PEOPLE'S LINE '
Cbirlnuati, New Richmond, Blpley and
LANCASTEK. V. .t p..i
I. Connkb, I, II Mnaara, Clerk, "'-'y'g:
a ! i i n V r iV" "vol, Tl IMtAV, TH 1 U-D AT
and BAll RUAT, at IJo'clock, M. I'b. Miict.r
hai eaterad permanently in the trade, Far Frtigkt
or Pawag apply va bowd. '
it, ;t V. ,
RATES OF ADVERTISING
Advertlaemtnt ot exoMdlni tfVlinM(As)nt.) r ....
pnelnaertion . ..A....- 0 M H l
One week .,. ,., ., 1 la fc u
One monlh.V.V.r.;"..V.Z7r.!!Z-!rVa.'---. W, r l-r.
Larger adrertlae mwe iswU4 at. lb a followln ' ' '
rat, fOraquareof ten line or lc: ' - im i-..
n-i .i . ' . . . . .
V? u a ",'T a..i.w,iw .. II ..M,..fw . .ar
I. U WUI,Wl .UWW. MVl,....u. ...ti
One week.... - .....a....
TWO ' M,...'.. .. I. .,... ,......., .,..
ltmal.)iitil))))l)IH 4 09
One luontli.. ...-.
I in " -iMr-
j. & c. ncAKiiiT, .,,,.
52 Second s(., bet. ,l'alnnt and Vine,1
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, ; ' ! ' : ;
AND IMPOBTXK8 OF
English, French b Gerinau Chec:It.I
22-ACW ' r'
SPRING STYLE HATS.;
Silk and j Cassimere Dress Hats,
Sort Hats of all ltj lee, . .
JAKti'H AMI' SOTS' CLOTH CAPS, '
a. n . T Tr v
41 Faablonable Batter. 41 Broadway.
PUtt AN A. H IttlAMSON, i t
(At the oid stand of Pollau,' Hatfield A Browa,) i
WHOLESALE GROCERS, .
Mo. 63 WEbT 8KUOND ST., ,
. - eiacimiATi. ul.'
Joseph rttLLAk, formerly of I'ullan, Qatflld A Brown.
CANDY J O A N D Y ,
XI. JNT. OIjiA.IFIHL'.
. . (Successor to Mvkos A Co.) ' . '
i ". - i ,,. . . . r ,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealer! .
': in-..., , ; . .
FINK AND PLAIN CANDIES, ;
id MAIN STHF.ET, CINCINNATI.
: ; i ..,., .. . mT. "
QUEEN CITY VARNISH . CO.,, ,
;-1.1 Vine Sti-eert ': ., ...,. .(,r.
Contlhues tu maudfaotoro i)nV rartetlee of , ,
v. arsis' ii- EJs;;,r
I A N 1 ''' '" ; - ! ;: ; . ,
TAPANS yi. , '-'.
i ' "'"' 'F' ,' : 'I -t ! I,.... , . ..
RELIABLE QUALITIES., ; . , .
PKUAl PT ATTKNTION elven to order., and all '
good., sent out guaranteed io be of good quality. , . i;
'I . 1.
SB. P. 1L1AS ..
' New Wholesale l ., i.
WATCH & JEWELRY HOUSE
16 West Foiirth' Street, -i'
Where fan be had every article appertaining to th'
Buainesl at a much lesw prlne, tor CASB, than ,
has eve before lieoil eifered iu this market. " , ,
rcivc its'a rai a '' :i;i.
And eo for yoiu-selve.
nl ii I i
BEOGS & SMITH, No, West 4th St.'
A Rfc WOW RECEIVINt) ADDITIONS TO '
their Inrue assortment of U'atchea, Jewelry.
. ' nfc.,-M. ill,!'
A Ann A.HnrltitAnl nf' TM.r V. anrf
uuu vim. wiMmv.
WILLIAM OWEN, fi
Manufacturer of , . ..,,
SILVEU WARE AXD JEWE1BT..
Whobnale aud Batoil Dealer la
Watclies, Cutlery & Fancy Good,
5. W. OOHMItt MAIM AD FOCUTII BTBWST8,
;; " Cincinnati, Ohio. 'i! ' -, HI vi
S. I. UAJtLKM.
' a. itb. " "
Drs. IIA3ILEN & SMIT1I,
23 JEJ NT ISTSr;
so. a .west FourtU St. ,
. DR. ,8. WAEDIE, ' : "
I E N T I S T.
Olfioj No. 138 West Fourth street,
CINCINNAll. OHIO ' f
1N1J1AN titKKN COfFlilfc: tsALOON .
No. 69 East Pearl.
Keep constantly on hand, Hot Coffeo, Tea, Chocolate,
Beefsteak, Ham and Eggs, AcAc., A. ,
" Bsonisr'4 Birst."- r "io
fJHCENIX BLIND f ACTORY. WM. W,
CAUFENTKK A CO., Manufacturer of Venitlau
Hinda and Winduw fcbadea, wholesale and retail. Vo. .
vt b'?,"y,.,rel between Walnut aud Vine, opposite'' '
Wood' Theater, Cincinnati, O. Old filludaTOHuutwl
and retrimaied. Cliun h, More sa.4 other large '
sbade mad and lettered. ....-,, , ..J
II. P. HOPKINS,.' "';'
. j , , (LATS Or CLIVILAKD.) i'P.'l
House, Sign cV Ornaineiital
' painteh. i -.i
Shop in Mechaulr' Exhibition Bufldlng, West aid
of Vine, bove Fourth.'" - ' ; '. -
CiwciMKATI, May 2, 1859. " ' ' -i myimt -1
SNOWDON & OTTE, : '
31 WeBt Fourth ft, bt.Malu ah Walnut; '
DAMASK, tACK ; ANX MUSLIIT'-'
CURTAINS; , . ;
tiPUINQ, lIAITt, COT'TON AND DT8BL
MATTIiESSES; . ;
TAIItB AND FliOoit OIICtOTUS.
The largest and beat aaaort ismit of Wtasluw EhaaUa
Hi.altM.1 In ah. a1. - " -
mr1 MIAnVM MAW ft TO OltnUR.
Oats nnd Flour. ,
4,000 o' 7
00 Bbl, Select FamUy Tlonr. ' "
Io .tor. aud for asi. by . t" M
PIEItCC HBICUAS. k'
m24 8 1 TntrtnrtmlMttktort Awnne.
- "' h,..r "'. .;,'tC'AHD.)' - .' ; mi
rVWXZ understgne-t haVlng UkM en the 1st
instant, for a torm of year, the apieadia Hotel
know.asih ,. . , i,Tr
Unknot .IfOnso. '
Begleara to y n th.'.itUMi. of Clrclnnati and
Tisuora of tb. Qiua t lty.thal no .ITorj shall bo
narwt to make lh HoiHr' wottby. in ovet , par
ticalar an aatarpriaiat bJl not U aur-
aased by aay house in lbs ( iiloa. A trial is reveut.
tully anlfclud 0"o reni nnaruVra i.4 the ,....
iU-a'i " " " JwMk",1'AW.A'iU4i;V.