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THE BOUDOIR Double-Thread Sewing Machine THE BEST AND CHEAPEST Do able-thread Se win Machine awar offered la the ClBolnnntl market. Thli Machine posses advantage oyer any thing bow in nee. Offloe In Melodeon Building, comer fourth and Walnut, up stair. Agenti wanted In the Weet and South, Send for circular. AddreM W. E. It r a in mi & Co. apM-ly "A GOOD SEWING MACHINE Htrhtens labor and promote) the happlneas of thoee at home.1 A SEWING MACHINE for the Mother. A SEWING MACHlNB for the Daughter. A SEWING MACHINE for the Water. A SEWING MACHINE for the Friend. BARTLETT S Patent Novelty SEWING MA CAINB, now selling, wholesale and retail, by id. E. HUGGINS, Geu'l Agont, jel-aw 46 Sixth streot. T ADIE9 IE YOU WISH A GOOD D0U-M-A ble-Threaded Family Sewing Machine; whicn for practical use can not be surpassed, call at No. 7 Burnet-Huuso Building, on Third street, and see "Novelty," Bruen's Patent, the only Machine that ran be used with either a single or double thread. It is the best Machine made, and never breaks needles. Call and see it, or send for a Circular and smclmen of work. W. B. COLEMAN, Bo'e Agent for the West and South-west. HOWE'S SEWING MACHINES. (K. HOWI, Jr., Patentee of tbe original Sewing ' Machine.) FOB. FAMILY USB AND MANCFACTCH.. 1NU PCIlFOSEg. The Family Machines are well adapted fnr tailors' use, or gaiter fitting. Howe's Cylinder Machines, for all leather stitching, heve alwavs held a reputa tion far above auy other. The public ace desired to examine, and purchase where best suited. A. T. JACKSON, Agent, Mo. 19 West Fourth street, In M'Crackeu's Fur nishing store, Cincinnati, O. my6 GROVEB & BASER, Family Sewing Machines, 88 Wett Fourth St., Cincinnati. A New Style Price, $50. THIS MACHINE Is a jrreit Improvement upon all previous machines for family use. and Is adapted to all kinds of sewing from bobblnat lace np to ten thtcknesof broadcloth. Local Agents wanted In every county in the Union. 132 SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES, No. 8 Eart Fourth St., Cincinnati. SINGER A CO.'S SEWING MACHINES, for the past 7 years, hare steadily maintained tbelr position as the most durable, best, and the only machines which are adapted to all descriptions of work, coarse or fine; and are now extensively known appreciated, and very profitably used, In all descrip tions of manufacturing of which sewing forms any portion. ger'a Mew Family Sewing Machines, Price, 60 to 76 Dollar, A rallabla Sewing Machine for family purposes, at a low prioe, bearing the impress of the names of the most successful manufacturers in the world, has long been wanted. It can now be had. These Machines hare been arranged with full know ledge of the defects of other Family Machines, aud these defects haviug been remedied or avoided, those Machines will very soon be as popular In the Family as our Manufacturing Machines now are in the work shops throughout the world. An assortment of Machine Twist, Thread Cotton, Machine Needles, Ac. Every art Ids oonneoted irlth the Sewing Machine Business oaa always be fannd at this office. TAMES BKAKDON, 1 Agent fcr the State of Ohio. MITCHELL & EAMMEL8EER0, ,, WHOLES ALB AMD DETAIL Furniture Ware Rooms, Na. 99 WEST FOURTH STREET, -sit to rofT-errioa, CINCINNATI. TFaetory e and Second its. aplS-cm" SEALS State, Court, Corporation, Notary Pablia, Kooleelastlo, Lodge, and all other Seals, designed and engraved to order. Also, I. ax Heals, or rftvele and Official use. hO. U WEST FOURTH BTBEET. MEDICAL CARDS. Us 8. HEWTON, Ms D., Office, 80 Weit Seventh Street, ..... MTtran vm akd no. 106 O. E. NEWTON. M. D. Omew No. 0 Wast Seventh atrast, batwesa Yin and Bao. Bssidssi s No. M Seventh street, be tweeaWalant and Vln. Orrion iiovae-7t to AM. ..! I we.. JTlouey! Money! Money! PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE. MONET LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW JCLHY and all kinds of Merchandise, at low rates of interest, at ho. 30 West Sixth street, between Walnut A Vine. S44 Olive Oil. best Olive Oil, just received. B. B. W. B COLEMAN, A and A Burnet House Building. 50 ap2S Brandy and Gin Cocktails. VAKt superior article, by the bottle ease, at B. B 4 W. B. COLEMAN'S, ease, ap23 Hand Burnet House Building. k C. MELLEN, SUCCESSORS TO -1 O DICK80N A LB BETTKK, importers and wholesale and retail dealers In China, Gla s and Sueensware, Dated and Brite' .lie Ware, Looking lasses, Table Cutlery, Ac, (M No. 11 Main Street, Between Third and Pearl, West Side, Cincinnati. DON'T READ THIS, and then forget that you can buy new Shirt Collars oheaper than washing old ones, at Mason's Hat Store, 42 FIFTH ST., near Walnut sola agent lor Gent's patent enameled Collars, all styles, lea Collsrs t cts., oc 62 74 per 100. aprlS Paper-Box Factory. TinE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT IN . THE WEST. I). B. JORDAN. South-east corner Flth and Main streets, up stairs. Paper Boxes, In all varieties, on hand and made to order in the best style. apis $100, $550, $700, $900. Prices of onr complete Gilucllng and Bolting FL.OUR MILL. S. Mills can be seon running at Factory. w. w h iMicn m H N. X. Cor. Second at. and Western Bow. NESBIT & CO., Law and Collection Office, NO. 67 WEST THIRD STREET, Roomi Nos. 1 and 9, Cincinnati, Ohio. associati orriCRSt New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Chicago, Hew Orleans. St. Louis, Agents in evsry town la the United State and Canada. Collections made with promptness and dispatch. Particular attention paid to the collection of claims past due. BxriniNCis Xxw Yona Mlllward Bros.; G. W. M. Walgrave, New York rianing-mlll; C. B. Cotton, lata Cotton A Goodspeed; A. F. Dow, of Dow, Hallett A Young; Hon. Wash. Smith, Ex-President of Board 3f Ten Governors; Hon. It. Bustoed, Corporation Council, Mew York; S. L. Hull, late Corporation Council of Buffalo; Hon. N. J. Watorbnry, District Attorney; Judges Stewart, Fonda, Dusonbnry, Quackenbusb, Welsh, etc. Cincinnati Chambers, Stevens A Co.; A. 0. Parry; J. Bradford A Co.; A. V. Winstou, James Kissick. Philadilphia James Smith. my6-7 $130, $175, $225. Prices of onr Portable Wrist Mil In strong Iron Frames, cast solid. W. W. HAMEB A Co., MIX 8 E Cor. Second st. and Western Bow Very Old Rye Whisky. JUST received, 10 brls. Old Rye Wbisky ome of it over twenty years old. E. B. A W. B. COLEMAN. ap23 8 and o Burnet House Building. O. H7". TTATiTi, SEAL ENGRAVER NO. 14 WEST FOURTH STREET, ESTABLISHED ...A. D. 1S50. Notarial, Court, Corporation, State and Ecclesias tical Seals. Societies, I. 0. O. F., Masonic, and all others of an ouiclal character, ongraved and adjusted to latest improved Premium Presses. Also, every variety of BUSINESS SEALS, With Percussion and Lever Presses, for Merchants, Bankers, Manufacturers, etc. Percussion Press, with Seal of 40 letters ......i'j Devices extra. Lever Press, with Seal of SO letters...- S Court Seal and Press ....a to 75 WAX SEALS, fnr I'ubllo nnd Private lae. RUQQLES' HAND STAMP, For use of Bailroads, Steamboats, etc. DOOB PLATES of all lz and styles. WEDDING and VISITING CARDS neatly en graved and printed. my'J Wi B. DODDS, Formerly of Hall.Dodd A Co.; late Urban, Dodds A Co. W. It. Dodds & Co., VAirCf ACTD&BM Or TH OONORHTE Fire and Surglar Prool J3 FES, S. W. Corner of Vine & Becoud Streets. This Is the most reliable FIRE AND BUKGLA PBOOF SAFE that Is made In tbe United States, and Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold at lowor prices, aud Is of better workmanship than can be found elsewhere. We bava a large assortment on bund, and are de termined to soil at prices that cannot fall to please. Old Safes Taken In exchange. SECOND-HAND SAFES ways on nana at extremely low prices. 91 $100! Proclamation! Wonderful Medical Cures by tbe Ap plication of Prof. DE GR ATH'S 3Z3Xj2Z303?2n.XO OIL ON MAN AND BEAST. To iht JnhabilanU of Philadelphia and Viviuity; I eronose to eure. almost Instantaneously, iudl vlduals afflicted with Deafness, IleaUacbe. Neuralgia, i-'uiu sever, asuo, ah.uw.ubui, uu m duim Pains. I propose to check and effectually dissipate more ache and pain, aud to accomplish noarer and more pertect enumurium or an me circulating nuinsin human system, than oan be enacted by any other, all otherf method, of medical aid in the same space lime, tue massee tnemseivesoeing juuges. 1 do not propose to oure aviar aisvase, but all snch as are curable by any combination of medical appli ances. My Electrio Oil operates on chemical and electric principles, and Is, therefore, applicable to th cure or natural restoration of any orgauio derange nient, arising from an Improper circulation of Nerro vital fluid. I want th manses to loin la this matter the well as the sick because If theas things are so, all alike Interested. M. B. Please Inform ma of anvcasa of failure cure, in from half an hour to three weeks, as I wish to cure, or cnarge notuing. svepus, r uiiaueipoia. Wholesale and Retail, by Corner Fourth aud Walnut streets. W For Halo by all Draaaist. ap!6 . F.M.MOORE, AnOHITIDOT, N. B. CORNER THIRD fc RACK BT8., . cmoiaiATi, obio. Order promptly attended to. m!7. H. CAMPBELL & CO.. mANUFACTURERS OP BAR, SHEET, 1'JL Eto. Also, AgenU for the sal. of I ronton Star Nails. Warscooma So. l East Second Street, Ciuo!nnaU Vino. awAU kinds Iron made to order. In WM. WH1TAKER JEWELER, Ho. Mtf N. E.ATor. Fifth aud Lodge street, between w aiuu. aiiu ,iu,, viiii'iBiwu. A good assortment of SI L V KB and PL ATED WABK, BPECTACLS, etc., kept coustantly on head. Special attention gives to Cleaning and airing n atens ana 4 sweiry, my iv THE PRESS. MONDAY... H NK 13. THE TRUTH DOTH NEVER DIE. Though Kingdoms, States, and Empires fall, And dyna.tles drcavt Though cllin crnmlile into dust, Anil nations die away; Though gorgeous towers and palace In hoitPM ot ruin lie, Wlilch oncoweni pruudr.t of tbe proud, The Inn h doth nevurdiel We'll mourn not o'er the silmtpasl, Its glorii'g are not ftVil, Although Itn tnon of high rrnown. Ue liittnlierod with the dead. We'll grieve not o'er what earth ha, lost, It cannot claim aBigh; For the wrong alone hath perl-hed, The truth dulh never die 1 All of the psst Is I'vlng still All that Ugond and true; Th rn.t hath rx'ri-lird, and It did Deservw to pirlNh, tool The world rolls ever round and rouud, And time rolls ever by; And the wrong is ever rooted up. But the truth do Hi nsvor die I Various Items. A 00 00 Ul uu or of are to On the 4th a grand encampment will be held at the Tippecanoo battle-ground, near Lafay otte, Ind. French agents have oome to this country for the purpose of buying, for thoir Governm-nt, new American vossols to bo used in the French navy. Tbo Administration decided not to issue a uircular to our Minister at France, concerning neutral rights, bat each case arising will b considered upon It own niorit. Sugar baa fallen in the New York market two cent por pound within tbe last ninety days. Tbe etook on hnnd i more than double what it was last year. Washington Taylor, the oolebrnted counter feiter, eacaped from jail at Camden, N. J., on Tuesday night. Threo other prisoners escaped at the same time. The lato frost extendod over a wide region 0 country Northern Kentucky, Indiana, West ern Virginia, all Ohio, VVostern New York and Pennsylvania and the destruction will reach millions of dollars, and will be sovoroly felt. Two hundred and twenty-nine cadets at West Point have addressed an eloquent letter to Miss Ann Pamela Cunningham, regent of the Mt. Vernon Association, at Richmond, Va., inclosing $458, being two dollars each, as a contribution to the Mt. Vernon Fund. Among the host of singers who have lately appeared In London, it is curious that so few of them are Italians. The Atbenmum says: Italy has sterner work on her hnn ls, just now, than 1 be training of singers; and opera may, proba bly, for the future, have to rely on singers out of Italy. When the President visited the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, the other day, he was dubbed L. L. D. It is said that the handsomest women of the South were present on tho occasion, it was " commence ment" time. An old printer died recently in Pendleton, S.C., who, it is said, wns pel sonally acquainted with "Junius," about whom so much wag written. Tho old man (Miller) never di vulged the name of the author of those cele brated letters. A petition to Congress is now circulating among the army officers asking for the re tirement from active service of such officer as have become from any cause, not dishon orable in itself, unable to meet all the requi sitions of such service. The Brown County Democrat saya that on Saturday week the wifo of F. I. Bartlett was shot dead, in her own house, about 9 o'clock at night. Thcro i tho strongest cir cumstantial evidence that sho was murdered by her husband. A telegram from Lancaster, June 10, says: Wise the mronaut loaves here for St. Louis, rin Chicago, on Wednesday next, with bis mon ster balloon, to prepare there for an ascension. Ho expects to land between Philadelphia and New York. He will make an ascension here on Tuesday. A bill has been introduced into the Connec ticut House of Representatives, to prohibit all theatrical exhibitions, Ethiopian concerts, men agories, and other matters of kindred character in the State, unless the same shall be of a f trictly moral character, under a penalty of $100 for each violation of the law. The authorities of San Fraueisco had the proprietors of the Evening Bulletin, of that city, arrested on n charge of violating the law against olwene publications, in bavin? Kprcad before their readers tho reports they found in 1 ho eastern papers of the Sickles trial. They escaped punishment by proving that the reports were put into the .paper by the assistant without being read, in the hurry of making up the news at the last moment. Wabninq Vo Children. We clip tho follow ing from the Zanesvitle Courier: Two little daughters of Dr. Stanton, of Warsaw, Coshoo- ton county, aged respectively four and five years, diod suddenly on Thursday of last weok, with such sytnptou.-, as led to the belief that they were poisoned. Thoy had been playing in the field near the house, where, it is sup posed, they bad oat of tbo ivy, or deadly nigbt-sbade. Mobs Thkir Impoktakce. Tho True Southern has tho following : " The New Orleans Ticayune is sadly exercised becnuso a northern collector was recently driven out of Holly Springs aud orderod not to return. wo aro as inuuii opposed to mob law as the Picayune ; but let it not be forcoltun. that it was a mob that threw tho tea overboard in tho Boston Harbor; it was a mob who met the trained bands of England at Lexington, Concord and Bunker Hill. It was a mob who resisted the law of England, and it was a body of rebels who declared the thirteen colonics free and independent I With their examples before them, the peoplo of the eoutn are not imeiy to De frightened by the parrot cry of traitor." Suicinis. The Cleveland papers record case of suicide, at -Bath, Summit County, on the 7th Inst. Mr. E. Kent, a very respectable citizen, a man ot good habits, in very comfort able circumstances, surrounded by a very inter esting family wifo and five obildren just in the prtmo of manhood aged H and in tbe enjoyment of good health, oommltted suioide on tbe evening of the 7th inst., about sunset, by banging himself in his own barn, near bla dwelling. His dying straggle were board at th bouse, but before assistance could reach him he was doad. The causo of so rash an aot is wrapped in tbe moit profound mystery. On the satn day, in aaotber part of thi State Washington, Highland County a lad 13 years old, named Jesse Trader, in th etu ploy of Mr. Mankar, a farmer, In the absence of the family, shot himself through tbo brain, and died instantly, lie bad bean discontented with bis lot, and no doubt, in a fit of despond ency, "sDumea on this mortal eon. A young man in Wisconsin recently commit ted suicide because he ooald not get hta raft through fellow river. He told his friends that "if be couldn't run a raff through Yellow river, without getting stuck, ha would bang bimsoii." lie stuck, and tuon Kept hi word Napolbon'b PavBiooifoiiT. A German oor respondent of the Boston Traveler, a gentle man who knew Napoleon personally when Switzerland, say of him: "I bad various op portunities to se Loui Napoleon thirteen year ago, at tbe time b lived an exile Switzerland; I have dined at tho same table with him a number or time, and bay taken great pain to study his features, and bar discovered many atriklng faoial rcsemblano to th first Napoleon, hi uncle. I have seen him in a most debauched condition in th street of Geneva, with a notorlou womaa, jfrenon singer. I have seen him on other oc casions face to faoe, but eould not discover bis feature th least indication of a ehampioa of liberty. A eold, icy, aby look mark fao. The moment h was lected Deputy tbo National Assembly I apprehended all that has taken place, nnd I bug my fellow-citizen not to warm a snak in their, bosom. 1 1'lao B9 oonfidonno in a perjuror." New York Historical Society. Addrksr r tt.k Hon. QioroJ BAiicaorr on Jokathar Edwards. Dratb or Humboldt. Th promise of an address by th Hon GeOrge Bancroft on Jonathan Edwards, the eminent New England Theologian, drew a largo au dience on Tuesday evening to th Horticultural Society Room. So largo was th attendance that seats were placed in the aisles, while many were obliged to stand. After the transaction of routine business, Mr. Bancroft oame forward amid applause. - He aid that many years ago he lived In Northampton, and had under bis eye tho room where tbe subject of his address resided. Tbo speaker novor had the opportunity of glng into his study, but the man who had doubled the vnluo of Astor's bequest, applause, Mr. Cogswell, has verinod tbe story that in that room oould b seen the mark of bis foet whero he eat when studying. Ho was the only son of his parents, but had ten sisters, four of wbom were elder than him self. With his parents, they fitted bim for college. He entered Yalo very young, and there distinguished himself by bis manly cour age and lore. But the work which gave the impulse to bis mind wns Locke's Essay on the Understanding. At fifteen or sixteen he ar gued out for himself bis theory of the will aa well as that of virtue. At seventeen his scru ples with regard to the justice and good nous of God were overcome, end God's sovereignty be oame to bim a delightful conviction. Often bis sense of divine things would kindle an ar dent enthusiasm in his heart. II often used to sit aud gaze at the moon,' and look at the sky, seeing in all nature evidences of tbe good ness of tbe Creator. Prayer became as natu ral for him as tho breath which relieved his in ward burning. In August, 1722, two years af ter he graduated, he was selected to uphold the cause of Calvinism here in New York. A small ohuroh In Will street was tbe sphere of his labors. Here be made a new dedication of himself to God, and he remained here long enough to learu to love this lovely place. In April, 1723, h left, and when be sailed away he kept sight of our oity as long aa he oould. In bis father's study, at East Windsor, bo pursued bis investigations. Mr. Banoroft then road Dr. Edwards' sketoh of Sara Pierre pont, whom ho aftorwards married. In 1726, Edwards received an invitation to become pas tor of the Northampton Churcb, and in 1727 he accepted the offioe and entered upon tbe discbarge of his duties. Northampton wasone of the wealthiest and most beautiful villages of New England, as it is now. A short time after his settlement he was united in wedlock to Sara Pierrepont. There was nothing lacking to period toe happiness of their union, wbioh lasted thirty years. In July, 1731, be delivered tbe famous Thursday Lecture in Boston, which gaioed bim such wide applause Edwards shunned mere speculative questions, but the Armininn doctrine, which made man's work his own calvation, wns regarded by bim as most dangerous. In 1734 be opened a war upon these dootrinos. During all this time be was Bweetly happy. His wifo also experienced the deepest religious conviotiotis. Mr. Ban croft then sketched at some length the promi nent peculiarities of the eminent theolo gian's system. In 1750 be was driven away from bis congregation, iu which thirty four of the best years of his life had been spent. Ho must leave tbe streams along which he had wandered, and the plaoes which had be come consecrated to bis heart. Scotland would have offered him a borne, and so would Virginia, but there was no time to make these arrangements, and he was obliged to accept a small stipend as a missionary among the In diana, laboring under the auspices of a London Society. But here he was happy. Hta wife alleviated hia toil and anxiety. Aaron Burr, Presidont of the College of New Jersey, visited him, and after a courtship of three days he re turned to Princeton, sanding his servant back, Isaao-liko, for one of Edwards' daughters. Like Rebecca, she followed the servant, and Burr was married to her. On Burr's death he was elected to the Presidency of the College. Tbe small-pox was prevailing at that time, and having been persuaded to bo inooulatod, be died iu thirty-four days after having been elevated to the head of the institution. Tbe looturer then proceeded to sketch some of tbe leading characteristics of the subject of his ad dress. First There was his unquestioning faith and firm belief in the truth of every word writ ten in the Holy Scriptures. His attaohmentto Calvinism, as opposed to Arminianism, is worthy of remark. Springing from these principles we find, first, that he looked to the establishment of the reasonableness of his views. Secondly All his teachings bear tbe marks of universality. Wilh him, Christianity was no temporary expediont, varying with different ages. Tbe lonoi, in bis belief, took oounsel with the Father. The practical character of his system, in its adaptation to the lite and action, must be observed, in the third place. It is an absurdity to charge bim with having copied his system from Locke. Ho agrees much more nearly with Leibnitz, whose theories Cousin has made popular. Edwards never undertook to arraign God at the bar of human reason, and there to plead for a verdict or acquittal from man. Mr. iianorolt tben entered into a lengthy examination of Ed wards' metaphysical theories, and said, in con clusion, that the distinguished theologian made turning-point in tbe intellectual, or, a ha would have t rmed it, in the spiritual history nf New England. In the age following his, Now Jersey and New England gave more time and thought to roligious study than any other equal portion of the world did. The speaker concluded amid applause. The Hon. Luthor Bradish made a few remarks rela tive to tho decease of Baron Humboldt, and expressed the hope that some gentleman bad prepared suitable resolutions. The Rov. Dr. Osgood tben read a serie of resolutions couimemoratlve of the sorvlces Humboldt had renderod tbe cause of Science, alluding to the l'uct that hi name had for forty years been enrolled among those of tbe mem bers of the Historical Society. Ha proceeded to speak of him as a student of nature, and a fast friend to all with whom he had stood in kindly relations, no matter how great misfor tunes overtook them. Ho eonoluded by running a parallol between tbe results achieved by Wel lington, Napoleon and Humboldt, all of whom were born in the same year, and olosed amid applause. in In a Dkklncks of New Yorx. Major Barnard, in his lute report on the Harbor defences of ISew York, says that in oraer to secure us from maritime intrusion, we ncea ou btaten Island, besides Fort Richmond, now nearly finished, tho completion of Fort Tompkins, recently commenced, the construction of another fascinated battery South of Fort Richmond, and an extension of the earthen batteries. These titaten Island works would cost $1,300,000. The works on Long Island must aluo be enlarged by extending butteries, either open or casemated, along the bluff below Fort Hamilton, and Fort Lafayette must be re-modelled About Suu.uuu would bo required for the Long Island works. In order, hoVever, to keep an enemy's force under lire, wherever ho may be, a work should be built on Robbins' Reef, to cost $600,000. To prevent disembarkation in Gravesend Bay, a work is indispensablo on Coney Island.- To perfect tho dofonces of the outer bay, a work on tbe weBt bank is re auired. beside the) Sandy Hook fortification just commenced ; and a work on the Romer Shoal to command the Swash and east chan nels, might be judged expedient. These fortifications, including Sandy Hook, would cost (4,000,000. The narrow passage around Stoteu Island, through tbe Kills, should also bo protected by shore works, . In the East River, a work on Willctt' Point, opposite Fort Sohuylor, is required, to coat $800,000. These work, tho Major thinks, would put New York in a satisfactory tate of security a state wuloli it does not now enjoy.: to Tho Rev. John Waddlngton, pastor of th ancient church in South wark, London, whioh was the original source of th Pilgrim emigra tion to New England, is now in this country to solicit co-operation In the erection of a me uiorial cburoh edilloe, near the site where many of tb early members sunerea martyrdom Kossuth on England's Neutrality. H 1 olearly of opinion, says th New York Tribune, that th proclaimed neutrality of England, so far as th government is con cerned, is a roer temporary expedient, and that,, should tbe position of Austria benouio seriously compromised, that neutrality will b very apt to terminate in direot intervention to save her. Nothing, he thinks, can prevent this result except the fore of publio opinion kept constantly bearing on th government. As to the Italian qtiostlon, so oalled, ha freely oonfesses that it is not a question of mal administration or misgovernment. No redress of grievances oould make tbe Austrian Gov eminent tolerable to th Italians. The only possible permanent settlement of the Italian question, in his view, is the ejootion of the Austrian! from Italy. Any interference on the part of England to prevent that ejoction can only prolong the diOioulty and give occa sion to new trouble,. It the neutrality of England is really to be preserved, all idea of maintaining Austria in the possession or her Italian provinces must at onoe be given up. But even thia will not be enough. In order effectually to keep Austria out of Italy, h must bo put into a position not to be able to oome back. Tbe idea, therefore, of the neu trality of England, only o long as tho war i confined to Italy, is scoutod by the Hungarian orator. The Fronch and Sardinian must b allowed to pursue their advantages into tb other territories of Austria otherwise tbe principle of reutrality oan not be carried out. Even if the result should be the en tiro dismem berment aud dissolution of tbo Austrian Em pire, that, be contends, is not a result which ought to givo England any uneasiness. The oxolusive policy of Austria shuts out English commerce, while the composite character of her empire, and the prodominanoo of tbe Sla vonic element in bor population, disables her from serving to any good purpose as a barrier againat Russia, for which end only baa Great .Britain any object iu preserving her as one of tb great Powers of Europe. To the objection, tbat it were all very well if the nationalities oppressed by Austria were able to vindioate their own independence, but tbat the French intervention makes a differ ence, sinoe it is not worth while to overturn an Austrian nomination to aet up a French one, tbe Hungarian orator urgca this reply: tbat without foreign aid the oppressed nationalities stand no chance whatever, and that be can not think that the Louts Napoleon baa entered on the presont war with any view of eonqueat, beaauso tbat would be ruin to bim aa it whs to Napoleon I. He think tbat Napoleon III, while he has much to gain by assuming the patronage of op pressed nationalities, has no temptation to be oome, in bis turn, their oppressor. mere is, However, one important question- one which with English and German statesmen would be likely to be the turning point, upon which this speech throws no light. Suppose Napoleon III. ever ao generous to the nation alities re established on tho ruins of Austria, yet, at the head of an army fre.h from tho overthrow of Austria, and backed by the arma and tbe gratitude of two or threo new States reconstructed out of her ruins, would he not occupy a position hardly eonuis'ent with the independence of Ucrmnny and Lnglandr A cask tbat had been knocked about tbe Union depot, at Indianapolis, for the past four years, was opened a few days since and found to contain a pair ot twins, alter the "biamose fashion." They had originally been put down in liquor, but some of the liquor-loving at taches of tbe depot bad perforated the cask ltn a gimlet, ana by toe aid ot a straw bad drawn off the "preserving fluid," wbioh was pronnunoed "first rate brandy." Reoent in- estiKation has proved that tbe liquid was al cohol, and the coloring was imparted by tbe babies, bunury young men have been troubled with distressed stomachs since tho discovery. The Prussian Gazette publishes a letter from St. Petersburg, which stales that the joy caused by tbe taking or Wcden, bchamyl s strong hold, was damped by the fact tbat be himself and bis principal supporters made good their esoape. A squadron of dragoons which pur sued them to tbe mountains, was ropulsed with loss. MISCELLANEOUS. JEFFERSON vs. FAIRFIELD. fIHE VENDERS OF THE FAIRFIELD R- County Hutter would make reonle believe, that there is uo other place whoro fiUTTKH can be made, But. the natrons of. I. .V II. I.. f-ILItlv. flrni-nr.. iNiuth-wmt curnpr of Elm and Third streets, can tes tify to the superior quality of their JeOeraon County Hutter. Messrs. Crkw's facilities for receiving Butter, are such, that they can supply auy demand, largo or small Dealers and families give thm a call. my21 JOIIX BONER, (successor to rxTia smith,) At 30 West Fifth St., Haa constantly on bond a Large Variety ol FANCY GOODS, TOYS, CHINA, FANCY BASKETS, Fishing Tackle, Military Goods, etc, WHOLESALE AND JiETAIL, AT VERY LOW PRICES. aplj H. COOK...... . ...A. M. COOK. M.H.COOK&CO. rKOPBIKTOBS OF Great Western Planing Mill, WHITE WATER CANAL, BKT'N FIFTH A SIXTH 6T8. - . Cincinnati, O. REGULAR DEALERS IN White aud Yellow flue, Poplar and liemiocK Lumber, uuiidlug lint ber, Shingles, &c. etc. ALSO MANCKACTUB1CB8 OF PLANED FLOORING, DOORS, SASH, Portable Cottagos, and every thing In the Building Line, my VAN & BARRINGEK, Manufacturer of Van's Celebrated Patent Combined COOKING STOVES, for WOOD or COAL. Tbe most convenient. eoa. nomlcal-and durable Cooking btova ever Invented, lor ettoamooats, nouns, nesiaiirani auu rrivate tiouese. Cooking aud boiling water for wush and bath rooms. In lame uuautitie. In any adiolnina aparuueut uy tue same ur. Warerooma, 119 Main St., Cincinnati. ar Bight to manufacture and sell these STOVES may be secured on applivailou to the proprietors, at their warerooma. . 7 nnOICB TEAS I Just received an imnor tation of rich flavored Pekoe Souchong, (or Eng. 11. h rtrciikfiLMt. Tea. 1 Also, a fw lit chi.rti. of .I.uua. mine OoIoiik; Pearl Leaf. Gunpowder snd Mnyun louug uysou. Horace wuoiosale and rt'taii by JOHN RATV.S. my23 Katloual Ibeatr'r Building, Sycamore at PRACTICAL MERCANTILE COLLEGE, Na. 51, 8. W. cor. Foirth and Walnut Stat CINCINNATI, O. Opsa Day and Bvgnlag for Initruetloas In Dealls- isniry nook Kssping, Punmaaihlp sad Businew Arith metis. Term, far a full Co nr.. reduced t WO. Two or nor. ouuruij at Uis sams time, tiS each, E. W. WWITH, Principal. Oats aud Flour. 4,OOOoba?1h- PRIME . FEEDING 300 Bbls. Select Family Flour. ' ' -' In store and for salo by . ' ' , ..... f.a..t ,., ( . PIEBOK SIIEEIIAN. wyM 917 ami 319 Broadway and Lock port Avsnu. RAILROADS. COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859. LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS AND XENIA RAILROAD. Four Trains Daily. THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS. First Train No. I Kxoress. at S A M . PHI,HMll A Columbus nnd Cleveland, via Columbus, Ureatllne and Pittsburgh, via Columbus, rtteubenvllle and Pitts burgh. Dt'lmit via Cleveland and stpnmnr. ThliTraln stops, betaeen Cincinnati and Columbus, at Love- lanu, ireernehi, Morrow, Aenin, ucuarvllle, noutu Charleston, London and West Jefferson. oeronn rrnin- no. 2 Kjpress, at e:.si A . 01., connect la Colnlnbun. ttellttir sun Hi-nwoort: Wliilliia: via CollllnbUS. 8lnilhfnvfllnnnfl fltt.l.nrir: via I Inliiml,,,.. Crestline and 1'ittskiirs: via Columbus snd Cleve- lanu; Detroit, via Cleveland aud steamor: Whlta Sul phur citation, via HprlngdnU. This Train stops be. tween Cincinnati and Columbus, at I'lalnvllle, Mil ford, Miamlvilln, Lovolnnd. Heerftcld, Morrow, Cor win, Hprlng Valley, Xenla ami Lomlou. Third Train Accommodation. At A tn P St r Columbus and Hpriiigfleld, sourtn Train JMgnt r.xprees, at ih.m P. M. con nocts via Columbus. Bellair and hVnwnoil: UhMilln.. via Columbus, htenbenville nnd Pittsburg; via Co lumbus, Crestline and Pittsburg: via Coluuihtis aud Cleveland. This train stops at Lovelnnd, Morrow, Comm. Xenla aud London. .SLKKPlMi CABS OH THI8TBAIN. Mo. 1 lixaress. thromth to Cleveland without chana of cars. Pn. 2 Kxprcss, through to 'Wheeling without change of cars. The Nir.riT EXPRESS Train tearing. Clnclnnstl at tl:i P. M., ruin daily.exeept WATUHDAYS. Th other Trains run dally, exei.pt 8CNDATS. For all Information, and Throiik-h Tickets to Bos ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing, ton, Buffalo, Nlspara Knlls, Dunkirk, Cleveland, Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places, applv at tho Offices, Walnut btreet Unuae, No. J Bur net House, south east corner of Broaaway and Front streets, and at the Eastern Depot. Trains run by (.Vlumbu time, which Is seTen mln ntoe faster than Cincinnati time. . J. DDBAND, Sup t. Omnibnses enll for naHMCtlirer. liv loavlmv rfirnrtlnna at the Ticket Otllcrs. my 1 7 HIGH SPEED RESTORED. Shortest and Route to CHICAGO AND THE NORTHWEST, AND THE NORTHWEST, VIA INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI, LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO, SHORT-LINE RAILROADS. Only Cm Vnang of van btttetrn Vnetnnat and Chicago. Threo Passenger TralnsieaveCincinnatldallr. from the foot of Mill and Front street. fr.vi A. M. Chicago Mall arrives at Indianapolis at 10:30 A. M.; Chicago at 7:! P. M. This train con nect, with all night trains out of Chicago, fur tb "West nud Korth-west. 12:0(1 M. Torre Haute snd Lsyfayetts Accommoda tion nrrives at Indianapolis, at :( P. M making direct connections at lndiAnapolia with Tnrre Haute Trains and Inditmapoli and Lafayette tr-ii.s for iieruciir, BpruiKneiu, nipus, yuiucy, nanniiml ana St. Josoph; also with Peru trains fur Poru, Ft. Wayne and Toledo. fi:no P.M. Chicago Express arrives at Indianapolis St 10:30 T. M.: Chicago nt 7:40 A. M. Making close connections at Chicago with all morning trains out nt tjincago. mis train connects at innianapolts with Terre Haute trains fur all points West and Northwest. RleenintLcars are attached to all tbn nfffbt trains on this line, and run through to Chicago without change of cars. 1 liis is exclusively a Western and North-western route, end with favorable aud reliable arrangements with all connecting roads throughout tbe entire Wost. guaruutt'ea unusual care and tho ainnlest ac commodations to the patrons nf this Hue. W Be sure yon aro in the right ticket offloe before yon purchase your tickets, and ask for ticket via Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis. Fare tbe sume as by any other ronto. Baggage checked through. TH KtM'Ull TICKETS, good until need, can be ob tained at the ticket ofticos, at Hpencer House Corner, north-west corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur net Uouse Corner; at the Walnut-street House, aud at Depot ofllce, foot of Mill, on Front street, jWher all necessary information may be had. Omnibuses run to and from ea?h train, and will call for passengers at all hotels and all parts of th city, by leaving addruse at either ofllce. v. 11. li. mniLK, mylO fleneral Ticket Agent. Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD. O-reat Through. Route for INDIANAPOLIS, " TH.UKIS HAITI, 6T. LOUIS, LAFAYKTTF, CHICAGO, LOO ANf POUT, FEBD, FORT WAYWB TWO DAILY THROUGH TRAINS leaveSlxth street irepot, ate A. m. ana 4:30 r. n. A. M.-INDIANAPOLIS. ST. LOUIS A OHTOA. GO FAST EXPUKSH. Through direct, maklnv rtnaa connections for all other Woetern and Nor.h-western points, mis train also connects at Ktcnmond with Ciuoiuuati and Chicago Boads, for Anderson, Xoko rao Logansport, ana all point on Wabash Valley 4:80P.' M.-INDIANAPOLIS, CHICAGO A 8T. LOUIS NIGHT EXPRESS. -The above Trains make close connections at Indianapolis, Lafayette nnd Chi cago, with Traius for Tone ilaute, Springfield, Bock inland, uuipbi'uiu, nciiwHiiu, u.i'iunne, ainBuiivntv, Ilauvillo. Burlington. Milwaukee. Mottoon. Nanles. Galena. Qulucy, Prulrie du Chieu, Pana, Peoria, uuuioitn, rvucine, ueraiur, iiioomiugTou, jouei, i.a Snlle.St. Paul, and all towns and citlus in th North west. f"Through Ticket given and Baggage checked through. For fnrther Information and Through Tickets, ap ply to Ticket Offioe, north-east corner of Front and Broadway; No. lOSt Walnut street, usar Fourth; at south-east corner of Fourth aud Vine street, or at the bixth-street Depot. . 11. M. mobkuw, BiiperinTennont. Omnibuses will cull for Daascngera bv leaving-their name at either of the Ticket Onices. lag w. 11. em 1111, agent. MOSELEY'S CORRlirsATEU IRON IS THE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURA BLE METALIO KOOFINO now in ne. COBKUOATED IK.ON DOOltS AND SHUTTERS made to order. OflUe No. 36 Went Third street. apt Q. JU. HOWELL A CO., Agent. PEINTING 167 Walnut Sired. NOW READY THE MAP OF THE SKAT OF WAR, Embracing the States of Southern Austria and Northern Italy. 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