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Cincinnati Daily Columbian (Newspaper) - June 21, 1854, Cincinnati, OhioA NEWS AND BUSINESS PAPER, INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS VOL. i. NO. 223.CINCINNATI, WEDiNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 21,1854. rEN CENTS A WEEK. gaily (S^olumljian. i gaily Solumljian. KVKUY Mv»KM.Vt;. In Ike (^mnUaii BuUMax. ThlrJ ei, WeJuul auei Viue, bv AIMMT O. UXCUAlUltiO'H, PHUl'HlKTOlU WILLI AM B nH.\ TTtCk., UUITUH. It wtll eoulatu t!i« Immi inteliiz«n<^e that maj be raeelTed k* tore two o’clock In til* niurninjc, tBcladtnir tba moot eerofel aantraio roporta of Uio prioetnel auu-kali of oer own •eentr; aed Roropo, and ear r«apMa*BOa IroMall perta of tba vertd. la ricorooa «nefpr.coaad iadaatry. It will bo atmoial Ip ae auailar pubÍK-auo:t. and will dcvot* upoctal attaatioa lo WefaeirKi y bU ir«i,Xia Aaeic«i.r«sa.OoaiuBoo, Ma»*-fAcnrem. MiaMAt. Kesorvcsx, act. it will bo ouülod in larjo tar tbe Orel U^rhinine ireln», and trlB r««eb e I of OUo, tadiaaa a»d Kaataeky oa tbo aaato day -    .    nEksopRDiiacitirriox. w ite Yenr,daHTor«d br Camor........... E    iSSsr.- /.• ■. .•. WEKKI.T PArRR. „ Tte C«l«nMan »n4 Ur«u Weat JaaHaaMBetii WaokJr, of iba iaricat claaa, odtted and ar> sanead axpraoaly ter tVr coatu.17' clrcnlatios. Krary aumber «iU naaiola a fiopniar tala, iba Utoat market roporta, articloa .9L00 .. lU . &.UU Rrary aumber . ,---.    ^a    latoai    marKcl    roporta,    articloa •nacrlculinra, rala^ota eacraapandanci, a oomplete aamoiary •* saw», and a srtal wariaty of adltorlabt. and Inatmctlrr and • Bsatoc silacallany. TERMS. ►5>W.^ayaar................... f3«0 Id i)s»p, aU SMMba............................ 1 00 OeipleB. ese year, end one to occnt. alx moatba,. 000 ptas, as* yoar, and onoUaeast, tweloo montha 10M I Ossies, aaa yaar, oad one to aaent, tvoira iMBlba  ...................................IdOO TweelT Casias, one yaar, and aao to aseat.twelro MMUM ••••oaaoo.ooooooooooooaoo.o.ao.oaoooaao. SiB^Psinsint maat bo’mada* in adtrasca, aod tbeaabaciiption peaa^ly liUrmttnaxi at ibc «ad ot ibc time paid for, naleoa S^Addhiosa amy bo made to ciaba, at any time, an the Slab •All Paafmaatora ar« aatbortaed to act aa aeeeta, and totora la tbo Wr->t and Sontb-weat. are roi'pccttelly ao- ^llad to glra boa»» »r«ol»«|rtii a fair trial. SPECIAL NOTICES. a^Fsffto’ Dsseerrelss tisUerr—Ccrcer Peartb and Wabaat. Maledaes RaUdiM —For portraiu of ddalla, ly •HV ptaaeai and imptorod iaatmmania, a rtondy day ia eeite aa fiirarable oa clear trealbor. Par cbttdres, a cl. ar day, {bctwera 10 aad 2 o’eiack.i ia Sceforabla. In draaa. areid WU>o, Bine or Ilgbt Pink. Om OaUory wBb tia larra and brilliant rollcetlaa ol Pa-saarrsaiyssi aad other k at Art, ia open at all koura and rsss; wbathor rial tot • wiab pictarea taken or not, wctbali at ail tkaaa be bapp.r to tea tbem.    ja21>Iw IkieklsUss.—By tba m atat dnirc ol mpny frienda, tbo Baber airaai B. Bmatd, wiU tape at thar lata tVlabmiiaa. aa 'WBnNBStUAY aoasliHC saxt.óvca 21ct at to It o’clock, io the t^reb as Baker atreat. Jbctorrau Wainoi and Vine. Tba mnnU obnrsa at is conia admjiaiaa. will ba applied to ■wasSkimsrwrtw* tba ncAoo’-room. wrl 'eb eraulr acrds aun-dry akotstiaaa itaSS *-     J.    AkRfcr. Sap’t. Jlssssmlsa mt tbs UsM Usoae. ChteisasiL «in taka pBaa aa BOKDak . tbo l» b<<f Jano, barin« wsdartonoa kbaraacb teBntn# ta owary depart monL Terma. ana dollar »ertey. Jst: Iw S. K. marsh, Prapeletar. M^rXCB CIXCIXXATI WRSTSR.V RAILROAD COM MJr PAKT.^-CtetaaaH.yBsa ts MU.—(ba Mtackboidero o( IT noiifi. I 01 Are doilara attr shai a, dec tba JT arxt, and tba fosrtb ina aUstaat ofBrcdol lore par Aara, dae <ba twmtiasb tba riaaiaiiatl Wa>tora Kaiiiead Uoaapaay aro horabr noiifi ad, Mat tba tbird isrtal maet 01 fire doUan I b Jalr next, and tba foartb ina a. ba twcatiosb Auc««t nrxt, are cnlkd lar, lafibaccmpaay, h'e. 23 Wcet Tbird ot. syakla a* tba aB ^yaederaftbo WKOAiObUAV MOK.AIAU. .JUAB 31. 1 ÜT. We hsTS seen at the People’s Hat Store, 1S3 Main St., a uplendid Tdriety of tbe newest styles of Hats. The members of the police force expect to gti on another grand pieratory excursion to-da.v. Riicccas attend them. Caterpillars ia great numbers, have appsaied up* oa our ahade-trees. They are devouring the green-of tbe land. Smith and Mixon have commeuoed the erection of jtiro fine stares on the site of their late beaatifal concert ball. We are indebted to the uoitgtng ufficars of the High-Flyer and Telegraph for late paperü. Aleo, to Adams d: Co’a.'Hxpress for aimilar favors* On thn last downward trip of the Alvin Adams^ Ifr. I’paon, of the saloon, was robbed of $200 which wss abetrscted from bis pantaloons jxtcket while he wasadeep. Tiie L 11. Railway Company commeooed, yeater-day. ticketiag paaaengere tlirongh to BafTaio on the 7;50. A. il. train for fourdollare. On the other trains Ike nstial price ie charged. The exercisee uftbe Femi le Wesleyan College com_ meuced last night at tbe yoang ladies* iyceum. Th« proceedings were highly inteitsttng, aod the attend* ance was very large. Hon. Judge Storer will deliver an address to the young ladies tót-morrow evening. Tbe young men of this city, who were listeners to Dr. D. W. Clark's course of lecture* to youug men, dehvered in tbe Ninth street Methodist Episcopal Cbnrch last winter, reeently presented tbe Doctor with a fine and entire new suit of clothes. OALHB B. SMITH. Yesterdsy, at noon, so express wagon rau over s child of about 5 years old on Fifth near Walnut, its Usuries were, however, slight. Why will parents permit yoong children to roam, unprotected, through the crowded streets?    _ A very worthy policeman was called^on yesterday to testify in the police coarL *'l>o you know any thing against tbe lady’s character,” queried the courL ’’Nothing your honor” waa the reply, “except that she waa always a good neighbor.” Mayor Snelbaher removed, yeaterdsy, one of tbe door’dEi:ep«nt of the Bremen street btAtioa-hou.<ie named Debal, for ill treating prtsonera and being an eiñl to citizeiLs. It appears that on Monday night. A MABO.AICCBLiaUiATlON,—Tbe Mavootr Or*er ef Neorpest, ky., inil eelebrmta Ht. Joba's Day. lAtb lets., Sa Nwwpert, Allmaxber* in k’mmI ■•■■*•■* aca cordtatly iavUcd to atteaS asd piuriicl-■M U tba ratwiaiaa of toe day. *"’B’2oCSUÍOKIX I Cemmltl*e of ArrangemeW». UMn    ‘ .WaUnuk Female CeUcwe. Waci*«f«i —Tbe .Veaoal BxwMmalee at tka t laaaia al ibU laatuatioa will eommaaco eaVBOBBSDAY. tbelMh, aud cleoa oa WROMKSUAY, JtetlaBV\ TbeJadlor Utorarr Exetclaea viU take place oa Tueaday •veaUsTAkaastb. aad Aaalaeraary XxoteUwa of tba Y. L. Lyee«i% mm wrdamday cTaotac, tbo Zla^ at whtcb tlaaa tbo Aaaaal Addraaa vUl bo dcliaerad by tbe Hoo. Jiidge Sroaaa.~ UaaHaaeeaeaaat ftarcUaa wUi laaeptaee oa Thardday ere-1 iaot. Pom Uvkod tm anead tka above asaaiuattooe dad Utararr Uoae.    p.    B.    WILBKK,    Praeideat. M. B. Tbe Ll*erary Kzereiaea of tbe Alaainal Aaaeetatlon BMbal^aa PBIUA Y, the 23d taau, in tbe OelUse CbepeL .—TaSAXU WvavzK oRors bimaelf aa acaadi-leeel SbariWof Uamntoa caaaty, rabpxt fo dm tba »gpUer ggta U ber riUaem. Sbaald ba ba aewlaMlea by tbi    ________ mamiaaMd aád aabáeéeaaily eU«ad. he pledcce bteoell to dia eborga tbe desloa ettaaoBoa taUbfaUy. impartially, aod to tbe beet efUe ability._   jnfi Fkr* le CRelMace rJ^t>tr Prepevty.—I wlUax-oboage IM aeree wail Uoprevad Loao ohbto H mdia of Leba- aoe,oa tbo BoUreod, wtta aaleakle eaiaciol •prioc, for good ^.ire^ert.^^A^. other volaaMc Load, eo tboSbort Ltvo e»»Tt_'    _KOO AR POWKLIKO. cutiieir uew Tyi o, Steel Pcao, treoi -----------Sue    aiyle    lor    aae DAILY i’OLVMBlAN. Steam JebOBoo. _ b>o    «MamI    iaa    HaHdlnir    M H^ILL MKAJMpria.oa to w.gnt. tiomc ¿Mae Sm rota popar, ottbm-:or Gold or .VMS M SMM* PW    ratad aod cot la "* yi NATIVE WINES. OpsukllBg Catawba, <Tba riaa! of tbo Praoch Campoigoo ) iMall GiUawba, (Oortoapoedeeeo to tbo Germaa Jfodk Wlmcm.) Lméle» Wlae, CA eeBeioaa aed d«Ucato boreragaj all of Uo «‘ConaaeaFta Braad” ^    (Prepared    by    Cofoeau    Á    Son.) (A eow oed peeaitararibrle—Strictly Pore—for Medicaljmr- Tbe eedeulgoed. to addHioo to tbUx ragalar baUeeao u Meeekiioteit of Matttb Wisbs, baro deOermined to dy, ae abooo wiU be ton bbod to ardor Atapo Tlao tkettloga, or Boota of aaery omiiotyNf Orapaa; MU WUoto OaakafRock Wlna BottUa; Corka; Wioa Oaoka amo xalloea: Wlao Proraoo, largo aad r. Coektog Macbiaea; Botuing Toola r OTOry kiad doatrod. Wa will aiaofbr- Sot oed doUar ipgaranu of oaory ktad doatrod. Wa will oiaofbr-aiak writtao laoiroetleea to octoll. tor the ealtlTatlon of tba a rag a. oed tbo prwpetoUoo of tbo atni or dry W loo—atoo Tieayoid haoda who ara taoroogbly o»elUod tar the bool Peweee keatag erleaa of iboir ova ia eaak»—«iibcr foroig m haoe tbew bowted la tba aaoet carafal ataa AJlocddre, aootpoid, wi roeelTelmaMdlata atteatioa corneau a son. a Bo t tabTfWoat Tbb* atraata. aae eat to tbo Beraoi' 8i^ Mill and Lumbar Yard. IMiA CnkMMiTUM.—Lombor Ooalrr. at Cell da, tTombao (rim tSaei-noti, at tba Ctdnmbia Stoi__ oo tbaUttlo ttl^ Botboad. a«ar. to order Bridge aud f raat-log Timbar of aU kfada. doiot. SeaaUlug. aad tfatiar Stieks. oUo ktipt ■e—taorl/ oo baad o good aaaoitmcat ot Sooaoood ate ^k of an doacrtptloa.. Workoo Kloorliut aad ___ bierka. SbtaeSm. Loth, As., which will be aold freai ono do! or to oeo «eBar o Sfty ceats per tbooaoad fe^ nader city aod deUTotod oa tba ear* Boa o( cottage. All or mpily ottoodod to.    JoS-dly-c RBldOV Ai*—ladm ttobeor Uoooa. b aHT A UlCKOOX, booo raeivii fn»m tboeoraer at rifth aod Mala atroota. •tW ete. aed opariioi staM raaaa. Ho. R) Bata Foanb strovt. Bale aad Sycoaaat*. wbaro thay aflar for aale tbe or ladta Bttbbar Geoda aver broagbt to myU-lM oeds eed patrooa, aud tba poblle generany are iavl ■edammibw thatr atoro aad acw ataek. BAHT A UIcR(X>X, Oeadyaaria Xew laaia KabbrT Warabooaa, Mo Rt Eaet Foartb atraot. Botweaa Main and Sytomora. lUFOBICM or LIGHT-WO. d3 WEST FOURTH TRRRT.—BaKBB A VUN FHri., MaaaUcterera aad ) of Ooa Ftxtsro» Ijompo and tfoaedoUora ar e latylo. CUrandidao. Vaaea, BroMca. Tea Trayo. I aad Faeey ortacloa. —ALSO— Moeofoeeerer’e Weetora Agonte for the »olo o( wiwwabt-l oo 'woUor Swaa aad gee OMters, ot PbModel KVUFOB CánBBi I am arlar, < aartety i Ftaied.i sriTtsii’- OwPWml ■aperbi aad id throogk dwoiUnga, rtereo, Ae.. le like aiooaer, ot lowoet rateo. HAKRB A VOM PHUL. a B. OUL VI lAJk, COLUMBIAN ^.e M. oed Braodway. Oaaotaatf' meet of PtotteeeB, tweeter aud Drag X.™., of dotaAMewad cboapeaea. ora ttBBBrpoaaabio by aay____ e*W. Tbo Weloe loraod owt at tbU ealabUakmwat, kava lo m« ova yoeroi, adetttwd ar thr ackiiowlrdgrd staadard TBBRT, B1CTW1ÍKM oa baad a largo aaaor Drag Scoloa, whicb to peta la th I aa tba ehaorvt nraioe BAW HttjU—la addlttoB to Our ragnlor Saw ^3T Bill hamaoaa.wa oremaaotaciBrtag a vaporior qealiry trfiss. ■apart ar to oay aawod by oti _ ■rfaea ai d aaaatabkaere. Wo bav# on' boad^aud wBl raw to ardor >ot»t, aoaatltng. board,, chair plank, yellow Soori^^tMlag aud bridge IkaW,    aud    ce mtk, waoiW-baordv, ,aUlag. Ac-, Ae. ^^tou near tbr Tot goto. UaM-toadiwl    mTa    L. OLK.IN a WOTiBU. AM’S BBBaBr PUMP-A i tl of the otd uyiea. w I laeB. For aal^y article, decidedly tko pu*>lic, edmUniDg ith Otb.-ve pecoliar JOHN W HANNABBBD. Draggiet, *—(Sweet noravT Sixth aad WVowm Bow when s ftnpsle prisoner was brooght in, this door. m%n kicked and pushed Iter in a bruUl manner Evei^member of the police force shoold be a gentleman/or the department cannot expect public respect and confidence^_ Professiooal jurors are losing caste in tbe Police Conrt. On the trial efa case yesterday there waa bot one regnUr hand cfinployed, and he won only ebouen because the juryman selected on tbe venire failed to appear. Judge Spooner declared bis intention to select reliable and worthy citizens on all juries, rather thai^ the hangers about the court. _ Examination or Public Schools.—The annuA exsminatioa of the pnblic schools will take place on Monday, June 26th, in tbe First District on Franklin street—Second District on Sycamore street—Ninth District on Ninth street—Tenth District on Vin street. On Toesday, June 27th, in tbe Fifth an¿ Sixth IRstricts on Race street—Seventh District on Fourth street—IHgbth District oo Eighth street, and tbe colored schooln on Union street, and the North east comer of Third and Westwn Bow. On Wednes day, Jane 28th, in the Third District on Front street —Fourth District on Congress street—Twe Ifth Dls trict on George street—the school on Mount Adanu. and tbe colored schools on Sixth street, Mst of Broadway. On Thorsdaj, June 29th, in tbe Eleventh District on Clinton street—Twdfth District on George street—^Thirteenth District on Findlay street Foorleeath Disftriet on Piatt street, and the Cincinnati Orphan Asylom on Elm street. An exhibitinn win take place in e tch district on Thursday the 29t h. Tbe classes in Yocal Music, will be examined as follows: On Wednesday, Jane 2Lst, in the Orphan Asylum, at 111-4. A. M., in the First District, at 4 1-4. P M. On Thursday, June 22d, in the Sixth District, at 10. A. M.; Seventh District, 111-4, A.M.; Ninth* District, 2, P. M ; Eighth District. 2 3-4, P, M.; Eleventh District, 3 3-4, P. M.; Twelfth District, 4 4, P. M.; Thirteenth District, 2 8-4, P. M. On Friday, June 23d, in the Seomid District, at 11 1-4, A. M ; Fonrth District, at 2, P. M.; Third District, at S. P. M.; Fifth District.at 41-4 P. M.; Tbirtcsnth District, as 2,P. M.; Tenth District, at 2 3 4, P. M. Strangws in the city, and citizens generslly, are invited to attend the examination. Police Ckkiurt. Host of the cases before Jndge Spoone^esterday morning were for disordsrly conduct. Tne names of those fined were Mary Smith. $2; Angnstns Clao-key, $1; David Welsh, $5; Dennis McCotonf, $5; Mathew Ouegfalin, tS; Patrick Farley, $3; Wm. Wood. $5; Andrew Tali^, tt; Jidin Owens. $3; Pat-rick RUey, $3; Patrick l^y, $3; James Talley, $3: Cristopber Donn. $5; Martin Demon, $5. Michael Oarr. tfi; Joseph Dane. $5; Joseph DrennaB, $5; Michael Henderson. $5; Michael Heer. $5{ Wm. Han-ley, $5; James Kelly, $5; Ssmoel JoImisob, $5; Jss. Copello, $5; John Gueoo, $5; Benjamin Coeno, $5; Bridget Lackey, $1; BcManna Ivwy, $1, Charles Waahbom costs, and Fanny Wasbbnm costs. Thomas Donnelly, for stealing bogs, was sent to tbe cbaio-gansr for two months. Charles Hartlett. for a nuisance, from keeping hogs io a cellar at the comer of Front and Ludlow streets. The vagrants sent up for 10 days were Caroline O’Meara aod Geoige Anderson. James Packard and Charles Cone were each floed $5 for a naisanoe from a stable at tbe foot of Race street. The ease of William Boms, a hard case, charged with stealiBg $10 from a colored man. named John Vreeland, will be taken up on to-unorrow, Thursday. The csss of George, alia* Mathew Howell, charged with ktabUng Joseph Seaman, tbe keeper of the Tropic restaurant, late on MotMlay uight, ia set for examination on Friday, bat will probably go off the doeket by tbe non appearance of tbe prosecuting witne». DOMESTIC CORRESPONDENCE. FROM llALTIMonE. ÜAt.TiNOKi:, Saturday cvt-iiiug,) June 17tb, 18 ji. 1 CoiuQierciul Cv>rro)>{i«ii<louca Daily Columblau. We have to rep:jrt rather a dull market tliis week for provisious and breadatufTH. The last arrivals caused a decliue of 50 cents per bbl on west.’rn flour, aod but little dispoaitlon to operate until the news by the Arabia showed more tlrmneos ia the foreign markets. Wednesday, Thuraday, yesterday and this morning, sales were making at $8,.50 per bbl. iu considerable quantities, and prices arc now conceded as firm. The spaall stock on hand and the light re-oeipts will teaJi to keep prices np until tbe new crop comes to market, which will be in about ten days. Tbe farmers in North Carolina, Southern Virginia, and tbe lower coouUes in this State are now hai vesting the wheat grain, and the account* speak most encouiagingly of the follnes.s and abundance of Um yield. The inspectiuiLs uf flour for the past week, amount to about 9,500 bbls—whilst the sales are not more than 3,400 bbls. The supply of wheat continues very light, aad prices arc nominal. By the last of next week we shall have the new crops in market, when the figures m ty ba set down as accurate. The provision m irket although dull.prices were nut lower Than last week, and mess pork was held above our last repoi-t—we quote at $14,25; msss beef IG,00; bulk meals 5 3-4 to Cc; bacon G 1-2 a 7c; lard 10 3-4a lie. Wc bear of but few sales, and they were small. Tbe New York market being dull, of course there mast be some infiuencc ou the price here— yet there id no disposition to waver among holders-Tbe gn^ry market bos undergone uo noticed change ibis week, except the article of sugar, wbicb has improved in price. The sales at auctioD of this article was fair for the week, and price.s at a marked advance. We quote anctioo of over 500 hhds. at $4a$4 0.5. coffee and molasses are rather dull. The sales were not large, and only for immediate use, there being none offered at auction, except 500 bags oommon—sold at 9 1-2 cash. We quote at 10 3-4a lie for prime Rio; stoik ne.%rly 50,000 bags. Molasses 22a24c for N. O.; 20a25 for Cuba and Mu.sca-vado; Fortu Rico 2Ga*27c. Th* demand for tobscoo continues, and prices are well sostained. Maryland sells as fast as inspected at full prices. This has been an extraordinary time for tbe aale of this article, growing out of the failure of new crops, the piants being scarce and poor, and the season bad. For common lo fine yellow we quote at $5 50 Vo $12i$lG. Tbe inspections for the i>ast week are nearly 1,500 hhds. The rales of w. isky for the past week shows a decline of 1 cent per gallon; hhds. 2tia2G 1-2, aud bbls. 27a2S. Fcatlters are selling at 42a4Gc for Western. Woo! continues to arrive ireely, and prices for unwashed to fleece range from 20 to 35c. We bear of several sales at the latter price for fleece. CioTer and timotliy seed are not much enquired after; •ales of small lute at $1 50a4 75 for clover, and $3a 3 12 1-*J for timothy. There is not mui h doing in eithar butter or cheese; some sales of Wvsteniare making at 12 l-‘ial4c in kegs, and butter at 8 3 4a 10c. The stock and money market has been rather quiet this week. There is not much dispostUon to speculate at this season, owing to tbe transfer bouk.s of some of tbo stocks, which takes placo on tbe 1st of July, closing until after that time. Raltimore and Ohio Railroad shares have receded to 57 1-2 cosh at th* Board to-day. There is not macb inquiry for money at this time, and rates of discount on tbe street are much lower. Business demands are pretty mack over, and trade generally tailing ofi'. Tbe veto of the Mayor on tbe Consulldation Bill aa passed by the last Legislature, aniting the city interest witIV the Sasqacbanaa Railroad unrestricted, has met with decided opposition from the citizens and press, irrespective of party. It has been gen-, erally believed that making the grant aud uniting tbe two roads would virtually be the making of the enterprise. It would enable tbe company to perfect their works, biy down a double traclc to accommodate tbe business of tbe road to the State line. It is to be regretted that there is no proarcct of arriving at a fair understanding with Mayor Hollins ai>bH( the matter of adjusimeut, and wUl have to remain open, as the question of McDonough commissioners has done. Verily, it is hard to please or satisfy a single bead with almost universal power. We are having delightful weather, a quiet city, and enjoying nuinterrupted good health. The deaths for the pa.st week and the two previous ones, were let* than those for several years sama time. Yours, truly, &c.,    COM. An A nti litqnor-SelllBg Demoustrat ion Oorrespondenre Daily Columbian. SuRLBVviLLB, (Ia.,) June 19,18Ó4. On Satorday night, the liquir shop of James Bar. ding, of this plac«, was attRcked by a aumber of the citizens, and nearly demolished. The liquor was let oat, and tbe entire front part of the building destroyed. The perpetrators of this demonstration met with no decided resistance, although a few raudom shots were discharged at them from the building at the commencement of their attack. After they liad fiiüshed, they mirched to several other liquor shops, and deposited a few brick-bats at their doo^s, as a warning to them to stop the traffic. Several of the persons engaged in tbe affair, were arrested the next morning, and were recognized for their appearance before JosticeKirk. The town is alive with excitement, aud tbe popular feeling is with tbe demolishers. ^e Prosecoting Attorney is very efficient in ferreting oat the perpetrators, and will prosecute ith determination.    R ÍQ.A8 FIXKjUEB, oil AND FLUID LAMPA— W,ayw teY, M hao4 aud ar« reccÍTÍti( th, lar^Mt aad OOaudalWr», LMapa, 40^ la tea Wr«t, to ahicb w* would ^ i    Moek YYt.-  ----tv    —    lucu    WK    wouia iBYtlo^aatBtiOB ol all iutexaatrd belore ptuchaaiuc «!»•• Oyt.al WMtera Aseot* for the M.U of mtmm aaa Uaa wroafbt iioa pipa, bra*» tBbelr.(. Ae GOUDlil A HaHOK. __   2»    Maia    -trret. WaotAHb flt-K uarui.-ihe.ub-aro Apoiita tor o-o ml tbo larirc*t Roatarn ftmm Maawfoetarora, aad Dar* waataati— m . a.|| •iippij of 3 tacaos la   _jt Kb ladol „ „„ bakkb atonkuul. Ba. 6S Koartb alreot. wesaof Walaat .    5*7    c^tT,    «¡r:Sa foir SSTTLf    « ibclo-rat tmd GA* AAD oTKaM riTTtati _«wta* to-oor xomn|«, aad oxiouMro arran^»..,., «rawLd • Itb .T* “’J    *o    lueit    Ga.    aad XtaM Ftpo, iaio Dweill«. « ore», cborebaa, Kactorto. Z «Boruot poaxiblo time, and in tbo i.oaw« madTT ‘ WrotiCil Iron aod H.awi Tabiat for wU. wbotenite «¿d ro. IO.L at vbo lowect raxo by    otK/DlN A MA U    «.nor2    W«lcr.    Í.L •••    or    G^kaueii.    CLandeUora.    KaiNlaaiZ Braak^. iMp    A    e.. eror alforZi^ .iutlli’ Fo« aala. whoiMaU aad irta:i, at maaBfaciBiors’ prfooa. ...    OtXXDlN AMaHCN. f*I*__Mi    Main    M,oot. fgrafif MX TWIBTgawrfi^ i Mo. 13 Fablie Loadla*. _______^.r**"YOdpor Mcaator WtMoa •I* ay tBNMXrfADODLBT. Murder in New York. On Friday evening, rays the TiiHei, an affray took place at No. 25 (Shamners street tetween James Cloeny, a batter, and formerly one of the policemen of the Tenth Ward, and John McIntyre, the keeper ot a porter boose in Center near Leonard street. An altereatioti sprung np between tbe parties, in regard to whether one or the other was a member of the Maaonic Order. Hard words ensned, when McIntyre strnck Cloawy a severe bk>w in the fiice. knock log him down, his head bitting against the side-tralk. He was taken np insensíUe aad cunveyed on a cart to tbe Tombs, from whence Coroner O'Don-Dell, who happened to be in the neigfaborhood, gave directions to have the wounded man conveyed to the New York HoefdUl; but be died before reaching there.    _ CoinxT Funbbalb.—A oorreepoBdent of tbe New T urk Timee mentions one of tbe vanities of the day In large cities especially, when be says : a"No common man can now be qnietly ’inorned’ at a expe^ than fomr or five hnndred dollars. An f^inary ooffln costa fifty dollars; the fee exacted by those who y regarded as neoeaeary offioera of the I ffooant to a eorresponding sum, and. if the firmily of the deceased make the smallest “oiyteiv féehionable life.they cannot vooAnt that the deeeaaed shall be foUowed to the yve by a cortege of lees than one hundred carriages, at a oos4 of five dollars each, amoontlng in the aggregate to the som of five hnndred dollars.” 1-"^*.    ti>e Senate of the L^t^SUtas, from the “Golden State,” left tbe city in company with his frimid. Mr. Blanch . ’ ^ °^nmento, for the Empire City. The Sen-vííí““    morning next. Ip. tbo city mi New , *M|>ecta to bow at the bymenial altar. The ^    wedlock ia Mrs. WMle Stanton, cff the above named city. The Hon wm. M. «.win, of the Senate, aod the Hon. Milton 8. *® *•*▼* ‘*»e city York. After thi D ^ ***• “■Ptiala, tba happy pair expect to weak    probably    remain    s We gither the following ifem« of scicntifir’ | inform itioa from our fori^igu file?.    i BKKEDI.Nt; or .«i.VLMOX. Mr. CiMte reports tj the French Academic, that tbe breeding of Falmou by artificial means has gone on successfully: new species from other countries have been intrcduced into ifce eotablishments on the Lclre, at Saumur, and m the department of the Iscrc ; and into those in the Vosges a large kiiiil of trout from Swilzor-land. It is thought that something similar might be attempted oa the sea-sUore ; '’ud at Rochelle a project baa been mooted lor the cultivation of oysters nod prawn.s. Mr. Boccius says that he, and not tbe two French fishermen, was the originator of pisciculture j and he intends to show that the process is • mere simple than has baen supposed, the grand elements of success being pure air and pure water.—Tbe late earthquake in Calabriabas again set geologists speculating. Mr. Perrey finds reason to believe that the shocks, in some degree, depend on the moon, as they most frequently occur when our satellite passes ’he meridian. MAGNETIC VARIATtOXa. Father Secchi, ot the Observatory at Rome, traces a marked connectiou batween perturbations of the maguet and appearance of aurora’; and these perturbations, he believes, frequently indicate the presence of an aurora in a high northern latitude, although invisible to us ; and, what 4a more, be suggests that they are sometimes caused by the passage at aerolites through our atmosphere. According to Bous-singamt, the rain which falls in towns contains much more ammonia than i'u remote rural districts, and in greater quantity at tbe beginning than the end of a shower. lie finds, also, that ammonia is ulw'uys present in dew ; and in 80 unusual a proportion io some of theNovember mists, as to exert a noxious infl-aence. KKExrn FnTsrquE. From certain statistical retui;^ns which have been laid before the French Acadamie, we gather a few’ interesting particulars concern log professors o( the medical art on the other eidc of tbe Channel. It appears that there arr in France 11,217 physioiaus, 7*221 officers of health, 5175 druggists; yet, large as this number is, there are 591 communes, each of more thau 2000 iubabi-i^ tants, in which not an individual ot tbe three classes here mentioned is resident. Another return on the subject of birth shews, that where 123 children are born between 9 P. M. and 9 A. M., 100 only are born within tho other twelve hours. Here Is a fact useful to those who know how to employ it; there is a gas talked of, which, directed in a stream against an irritable abscess, is said to allay the torment forthwith —another addition to the value of life. Now that tbe scieucc of life is better understood than Jormcrly, facts have come to have a siguificance too long loet sight of, particularly as relates to tbe mainteoance of a military sys-i tem. Of the 180,000 young men drafted every year for the army in France, one-third of the strougest and stoutest are made into soldierp; tbe others, among whom are toe atuntcd,’- the weakly, aod deformed, are scut back to their homes, where they marry and beget children, who inherit their imperfections. In this way the physique of the nation is gradually deteriorating, and at a rate that appears rapid when a quarter of a century is brought under review. The drawing away of young men from their ordinary pursuits for military servlco,is thus an evil ot grave import in more senses than one , but, j’Klgiug from the present aspect of alTairs, the true remedy ia not likely to be adopted for some time to come. In Prussia, too, similar effects have been noticed : out of the youths of nineteen who where inspected last year throughout that kingdom, not more than half the numbers assembled were sound and wtout enough for service, the rural districes being aa bad as the lar¿e towns. It would seem that, with improving e<Incation, the stBi>4nA of peo' pie weaken or dauiay.    ‘ *’7 same result has been observed ; but there it is attributed to potatoe-diet and a habit of much spirit drinking. Have govern mente yet- to discover a means for preserving the bone and muscle of peoples, or must the people find it for themselves ? In respect to calculation : of the men examined in Berlin, 95 per cent were found to be fully educated, and 5 perj^nt defective. Iu tbe provinces, 75 per cent uuly bad gone through their school course ; 20 per cent were defective, and the remainder qltogetber uniu-structed. The Polish and Wendish province's were tbe most backward. CITY TRADE. Uu.i.N<.L lou Tax l.iTiL". KciK'.—Ml.    ilic    tcl- eitrxicd DAGOKKRi.OTvrdST, Kt No IJ nr.li    h»»    wear, t (1 the síTvIce» of one of ihp raoNt ekiUful operator» in th, counlrj, for tho purposi vl Likin*yoiui* cbllüreu. IfpaTenta woiiH seiirecoon i.ikxne£se» of tlioi; liillo one.-, they will do well to call <>u .Mr. Kail at once. .Tcittue Tiiinu —Tho»e fdoBsnt l’AitAíOL» and Ka.ns, kold by.Mesir». Bakt A IIlCKCox, »> Exist Fourth street, are jusj the Uiin,i for ihlsoppresHlie weather. These Rentlenien hav* *l»o a larcc a.*horfnie .t of Kim Fancy Goois, us weil a, ia-dhi Uuhhcr Oo jds of every vsrlciy, hosa, steiuu pat kinjr. oa-china beltliiK, Ac., Ac., lor rale at factory prieei. aS»“Dio vov K.NOW Ii.-Wbeu you want a new Com. Vest, pair of KAST9, or any ihinu whHher Jii the :iiieof tbe Me*-CHA« Tailok. cr Ce.nili:*en’s Flk.ni»hixo Goods, you will U.ditto you iii’eie.itogoto Mr. Jellkit. 333 We.stem Row. 11a is tfie men i,i glva you the worth of yonr money. «SrHcivr Sales or CLOrni-no.—During tite present hot weather, tee .’desv». Omuw ar, «HíIdk a lieatendous busiceM t their well known Goxiitr Abcade, on M»in street, below Fif.h. They hava a very Jarjre coll ctlon of CLOTniao of «t. ery conceivHbie de»eri,.tiou, and their prices tre very low. tS-Tbe moat upprepriato and acceptable ofull presetu. I, aUtthful aud well executed D.gu.rreotype likene»». The best reason ol the year to secure a good picture, Is the present. The cloudiest sky and the bright siiu light, hav« much to do in iMipiirtlng the proper Ught and shedowe to thfc*Ic. ture. T..e btst phm to ssciiro sucha picture, one that will give you tmlre sutlsr*ct!on, ia at Fabis’, corner of Fourth and Walnut. Iu tha Melodcon Building. F.abis has studied his bcantlflil art, loug and caieriiDy, aud esublished a reputation througeiit tlic West, as u most successful operator. We ray to all our friends who want Daau'trrcotypes, try r.»i«i If ho can’t pitusa you, give it np and well foot the bill. AMUSEMENTS. © MELODEOK HALL Corner Fourth and Walnut. DUX ZORER’S Bthiopian Minstrels, MAX ZOKKKv...........Musical    and    Ntage    yuuager. KROKKfKTtiH respectfully announces to tlie pub-S. Uo that, owlilg to previous eupageiuunte, there will Le no perTorjmanco iu the Mrluaeon on .Motiday night. June l!)tb, but on TUKrlDAV MIGHT. Juae 2b, huiI every evening during tbe week, a* usnal, with new Upara. Ksllads, Dunces, Rurlesqnes, 4c. g^i;iieii^of perforsiacce nightly. B^Admission, tweuiy-tlve cent»- B^Kor prograinme, see band-bill.    iulH-lw €'( RKIlLWVOUl> II %LL—Uomer ot blxih and Vlaest-., R FR.ANIC JUUNSUN’N celebrated Krass Bend, from Knnadtlphia, will gn-e a grand Vocaland lastrumeotal Cou-cenVn Kiuo.y EvaNiati, June 23d, 1851. l>«Xjp( open at 7?i o’csock to commanre at 8’a o’clock.— Tickets 6u ct».    jnce    21    tt THE BOOK TRADE. l^EW BOOKN-ttecond Serle» of Fern Leevei from Kansy’s Port FoBo; This, That and Tbe Oiher, by Ellen Loulta Chandler; His'ory ot the Protestant Obiirchir Hungary from th« hegiBntng of the rcfumetion to 1800 by the Rev. J. Craig, i). 1». Ileroeeanil Martyrs oUhe Modern Missionary Knleiprite: • rocord of their lives and labore. A few copbs only Irtt of ihis valuable and interesting work, wbich should be l^d by eyery Irlend of the “Missionary Kiiierprlre’’ For Sate at 160 Mala street, bet. Fourth and 1 jiueJl__ A.    WATSUN. SPIRITS OR NOT SPIRITS? IS THE QUESTION! ^ A DEEPLY INTERT’STING AND ASTONISHING BOOK-JUST PUBLISHED. IN ONE VOLUME, ELEGANTLY ILLUSTRATED. THE RAPPERS, OR TH, MYSTERIES, FALLACIES AND ABSÜRDTTTES or SPIRIT RAPPING, TABLE TIPPING, AND EN-TRANCEMENT. Br A Sr.ARrHKR ArrsR Troth. Price—Cloth, 75 cents.    Papen. 50 cents. Tins work 1* a striking eicposition of the to-c«IIe<l ‘Modem 8pirito%Iisin.’ in all its form^ Irom ‘rappiig’ up to ‘elevated entrancements.’ It is the most ooportnne work that has yet oppeared on the subject. Tht author givea a graphic <01 his visits to many private and pnblle ‘spti' acconot visits to many private and irit dr Cincinnati Riding School SIXTH ST. BETWEE.V MOUND AND PARK. BALOaH & FREY WOULD respectfully inform Ihe ladies and gentiemen of Clucinnati that their new and extensive schuot continues open fo- those desiro ia of receiving iutfmctlon in riding, combined with sword, lance and pistol exercise. Honrs for Gentlemen, from 5 to 8 o’clock, A. .'tf., and from a to 8 -o’clock, P. M. Uourrr lor ¡.adié», from Ú lo ’2 o oIocV ,V. M , and from 1 to 5 o’clock. P.M. U,uile:jeii not uii.aitteU dm log the hours attpropriated to Ladies. A .-ard of addv* . Is icqucst.gl ;,rr .rous to commencing, *6^ Saddle ’lot^ to let. Hor-iteh kept on livery and raned.    mv5-lT Mr..LlNEKY. BONNETS —AND— RIBBONS BELOW COST, MRS. RICH, V;iI3.DINR HER RXTK^SIVB STORE aud SHOW M KuOM. too small for tbe conTeaience ef her Ten Thousand Customers; ciea and, althongh oiten times humorous in Ids dencriutiont, be reports with great minuteness and fidelity all that h, taw and heard, giving literally every word alleged lo have beea rapped. Upped or ottered by spirits, and leaving absurdlti.r and contradictions to apnear on the lao« of the aUegcd manl fostations themselves. The couiiection between Demmolo^ WitcbcraU. and Modem Spiriiualisot, is clearly shown and s history of ancient‘rapirers’ given. The author also brings, with great force of argument, both science and philosophy to develtop the fallacy of the whole of these alleged plril manl festations ; and places In striking con.rast tlis sublime reli-Kton of Christ, and the low and pernicious religion oi rappers It is A book. In fact, which cannot foil to comrrumd the approbation of all who are opposed to evil delusions. Trade snppUed.    II.    B.    PKARtMlN    A    CO. JniaO__17 Rest Fourth street T UNDgN NEW'S AND PUNCH, ol Jun» sd—cpleuuiu I i double numbers contaiaing elegant illustiatioos of the bombardment of Odessa, Sebastopol and its FortiBrationa, etc., etc. Received this day at 17, Bast Fourth street. jnTQ_  H.    B. PWARBOX A CO. LA .NK BOOKS, PAP«R, KN\KIX>Plf8, Ac., BY T k qUH-.tityor retail.—C. F. BRADLEY A CO, 147 Malw street, ihree doors below Fonrth. invite attenlion to their Isrge -took of Account Books, sultuble for Merrhaiits, banks, puliUc odloes. luid otbera. Hooks made to patiern; Cards. Clrculst.i, Check;!, et<-., prinle-i io crder; Copying presses, complett-, al ;-düC-.l prices, I,etter PapcrT-ruled and plsiu. m r< III i>rice. Foolscap Paper, all <iuslities, ruhtl sTxi H. Note Papers, plain anil fancy; Envelopes, buff,-white, blue, lace, and eiaousseJ; Monmiag letters and note papers; a'so envelopes; Portefollos with lock—some extra finish. Every variety of Fancy Stationery, gold pens, backgammon boards, chessmen, penknives, card cases, memorándum books, diary for 1354, notes, draff», receipt», bill, of exchange, bill-of lading, drawing, coforeJ and tissue paper. Orders receive prompt attention.    C.    F.    BRADLKV    A    t’t.., Statlouers Warehoose, jil7    147    Main    street,    three    doors below Fourth. Afol> HuiHhAf ly of tbe WWW COLUMBIAN JOB FBIIVTIHO ESTABLISHMENT. COLCXRIXR BÜILBIHO, TBIRU> ,TRKKT, UT. WALXtTY A TIK* AuJer Ihh charge ofCHAULAiM N- SIORRIH., The proprietor of tbo OOLtrxmsN wsuld inlorm the pub I that lie ha* e»«at>llsb«d. In ronnuutioa with his palter depart • ment.a BOOK AND JOU PBINTTkO UFPlCKTcomiOiiu in all its arrangements and of an extern that will enable tba office to meet all reqalsit op that may be made upon it with the utmost dispatch. THE MATERIALS ARE ENTIRELY NEW. «electod with great care, aad of tba latest and moet aM»>eyad style. The best of workmen are employed, aad tba afllee Is prepared te execute every duecriptioa of Book, Job and Ornamental Printing. In a superior manner and with the utmost dispatrb. Our ,took of PAPER AND OABUB. selected wttbwmst rwre, is o<wnnlete, and comprising a varied asMrtmeat tba finest qnalltiea. THE P08TIN6 OBPARTMBfli'r. of this office ts Inferior to n me In the olty, aad eomptlMS * fttU ssaortment of tli<> fincat and *:t««st specimen» of tbe larga pfoia aad omameotnl WOOD TYPE msmnfacturod. Tbaoffiea Is tberefora prexiared to priat. EVEAY DESCRIPTION OF P0STIN6 BILLS ucluding CIRCUS, CONCERT, MENAGERIE, STEAMBOAT, AUCTION BILLS, BILLS FOB COUNTRY MERCHANTS, Ac., Ac. at the shortest notice, and on the moet reasonable tenaa. g^Particn’.ar ntteuihm given to the executioa ot RAU. RUAD priaiing of every k'ad.    _ Uaviog in use tbe lateei improved 8TKAX MACHINE PRESSES, we are enabled to fill the largwtordert at tbe ,hor test notice, wlib en assurance Uiat the axeeation will be, both ia style and price, sati.faetory to all who may be dtspoei d to DatrwnlnefheOOt.UMHl 1 V r«i« nWTwTiwi « »«-•    ' WljOiAllAO    'B    «b*«dfoA^a\i    w«ku    -dfoase,    a#.*.. «B on a New Caid Machine. The best Jet Black aad color .* ed Inksare used and aarranted not to rub olf—fr $5,0U per Tbou-and. Call and see Specimer s at the D5........  "    --- Lfi3.su to DAILY COLUMBIAN, Steam Card and Job Ofllee. my 19    New    Colnmbiaa    Bnilding,    Sd    stiaet. PIANOS AND MUSIC. TTajTI And thM tlie rapid Increase of her BUSINF.SS DRMAMDd MUCHTÍARQRR premises. T « ^ -Obt ru.    Will Sell FroM this Date In b wcdeiq'aWao, Belo*w the First Cost, Preparatory to making such Altkkatioxs and Additions to her ciToax, as the Accoxmodation of ilie public retinlres. Ladles will find me nssoitmsnt of Crjpe, Lace, Blond and other Fancy tHimmer Bonnctn. Superior to any other in Cincinnati, and at LESS THAN HALF PRICE. 17ACU UOMIfiUft'ATMIC VAMIAY Afol Pi PaTIIIG PHY8It!lAN should own a oop; w..rk by Dr. Teste ot Pans, entitled A HOMEOPATHIC TRKAflSKONTHE D18EASK8 OP CHILDRRN, by Alph Teste, Doctor In Medicine. 1 vol.. 12 mo. Price fil 25, - “Tbe work is Intended as a popular mannal to be read by mothers and others who pay some attention to domestic medicino.”    líí-    Y.    KvemngPost. “A thorougli work. Parents should buy and t ell It. and apply It, teaching.’’    [Herald of Freedom. “Whatever msy be said of tbe modeof treating diseases recommended in this book, it mnst be acknowledged that the advice in relation to prevention of diseases is higlfay Judicious.”    (Boston    Journal. “While the science of Homeopathy bu stcadiy iucreased in Influence, it has wou the especial favor of mothers—not all, but many—who are anxious to Inform themselves to them most concerning the nurture of their offspring. The plaarf the book is admirable; what it saysis Mid pUinly and grace-fullv; wbil, tbe directions seem so indUpensabio tnat w, wonder how they have been forregone so long. A work of tbis kind has long been wanted.’’_ tBuffale    Express. an oFiNiog raoMi toe dociobh. We t’xe nndersignrd. Homeopathic Physicians of Cinein-OAtl, Uavini; examined    cR    tba IMpmsmoÍ CblldroQ» in one volume, duodecimo, would most cordially recommer.d it to our professional brethren tfaronghonrrbe tnhed States. Tbe author possessea an original and iadepeadeat mind; and in tho p-wsent work, has developed new resources in tbe treatment of disease, the value ef some of which we have already satisfactorily tested. r-incinnati. June 1, 1854.    _ . „ K. C. WiTBBRlLl., M, 1».,    T. A B. Euxkxan, M.    D , Wm. Sturm. M. D..    Jks** Gabrktsox, M.    D., A. WjtPPLK, M. D..    Gbraeo Raal. H . D., A. Bauxr.M. D. RECKNTLY PU»I.ISnBl>, Dr. PULTE’S DOMESTIC PHYSICIAN, Sixteenth thousand. 1 vol., 12mo , fil eu. Dr. PULTE'd WOMAN’S MEDICAL GUIDE. Second thousand. I vol., I2mri. fil Dr. CKOSRRIO'.S MANUAL OF OBSTERICS. Second ..iJloniautl. 1 vol. 12iuo 75 cent». ^^»r. RAPOr TYPHOIDKEVKR. 1vol. I2mo..60cent^ moglk, .vnder.son, wiijitach a keys, 28 West Foartb street. Wholesale and Retail dealer* in Medical and MiscellaneeRa Books. c___Jn3U“ TTT-KSTBRN WHOLBSALB TBADK —The sulMcri-VV bers invite Western Bookseller, visiting ihl, city, or who msy be In the habit ot sending.orders by m*U, to their extensiv, stock of all kinds of English, French and American Stationery. Great care has been taken to procure the best qualltv of every article osnally kept by us W* have every facility for the mannfoetnrers, as well as ; UPENaD on XiXOaY A.ar-1 ms very fine seven octave Pianoa.l from tbe celebrated Factory of II. Worcemer,! in rich rosewood cs-:    I We have long been of the opinion that* thNc instruments were superior ,to other, of New York manuCicture, anrl daily opeiience convinces nk more tully that, in all qaolHie, ol a first class9i*iauo Porto, they cannot be burpassad. Our stock of ChickerlBg's, Woodward A Brovm’, aad Worcwter ■ Pianos It ve y large, and nearly all in most ax-eellent case», bnt we thtok ourInMaremems to cash parcbaa-crs are such that a supeiior style of in»Uumeni may bedlb-talned for the asu'e amouut of mqnn that wewld formerly pnr -chase a plain one.    COLBURN    A FIBLD. Jn20_  154    Wain -tr^t AS WE EXPKOT TO CHANGE OUR locatien in about six weeks, and it being] desirable to reduce our stock as much as pos-4 sible for tnat purpose, bargains can be madaL and moBcy aavrd in tbe parchase of new and second-hand Pianos, Melodeons, Brass Instrnmaats, MnMo, Ac.    COLBURN    A FIKLU. JnSff    154    Main atrcat. STODART PIANOS.—We have on hand a very large stock of Piano, from the abov Celebrated mannfsciory. coatsibUngexclUbire-' ly of fall and 7 octaves. The characteil of these Instruments 1, so well knovm that it is needless to speak in their pialM. They eombiae all the qualities requisite for a first rate Plane A large stock of second hand Piaiyis for sale very lovr, Mme of them very fine onis. SMITH A NIXON. Temporary Warcrooms, IndcMndence Ball, No. 60 Foarih street, nearly opposhe oar regular business place. JniO HMIAlbOa».—Large s,.;o« and tmall profit*. Mr Our sales ef Pianos, in consequenoe of I tbe iuduccroents we are offering, have beea ' for larger than ever before, and daring the la.»t two weeks we have sold atmnt one third ot our entire siock, but we ve again in receipt of a numbsr of Invoices, and can offer a splendi a assortment cf all Mylee, and at prices to suit everv awe. SMITH A NIXON. ^ Indrpcndence Hall, No. 65 Fourth street, nearly oppoelte our usual place ol business. DlAAOl»—laoxrxNDxacK Uaxi..—< l he X room lately occupied by the Ladlea Pic-| ture Gallery.) is now filled with oneofthel finest stocks of Pianos evisr exhibited in the couutry, and iu order to closeo at our present stocs, before opening our new wmrerooma. weahall eontlnne I purchas- What We shall itet with Cabti. A correspoadent^f the New Yotk Journal of Commerce, wriiiag from Waahiugtoa, tells us what we shall get with Cuba, whea we have fought Tor, or bought it. “The ooudition of the Cuban population is of itself matter to be couaidereJ by the South aa well as the N*rth; if annexatton is to follow acquisition. The white popnlatioa is five hundred tbousaud; tbe num-i her uf free negroes two huudred thousand; the uum» her of “Bozales” (Africana held illegally iu a coui ditioD of slavery, and who, under the decision of the United States Supreme Cowfi in tbe Amistad case, would be free, and will be made free under the recent Spanish edicts) is one hundred and eighty thousand; the number of slaves is two hundred ana fifty thousand. Thus, if we auoex the islaud, we take it with two hundred and fifty thousand slaves aod four hundred aud eighty thousand free blacks. Of the Bozales most are males ia middle life, and very ferocious and savage, being native Africans. They will be troublesome as fellow->citi2ens, and rather out ot place in this enlightened republic. Of the free negroes, aome U%ye been free for a long time, were bom free, aa<yh»e accuniul.ated property, and are Intelligent and civilized, and to some extent edu-. cated. These men would be dangerous associates for their compatriots, the Bozales; for they would furnish tb*m with means, and prompt them to action. Supposing that we annexed (joba as a slave State, what shall be done with the nearly half a million of free negroes? Shall we appeal to the principle of squatter soveieignty for ‘ toe settlement of this qnestion? If so. the Creoles will be the only acknowledged citizens; and they will vote oat every one else from citizenship, and especially tbe old Royalist Spimiards, and by a simple decree consti tute the half million of free negroes their own slave property, and call upon the United States Government to maiutain their right to property lu these men, and to furnish armies and navies and munitions of war and money, to tbe extent of millions not to be (xiuntcd, to subject these negroes to their quiet pos-seseioa. Again, shall it be a provision of the treaty of pur-ehaM that the free negroes shall remain free? Nothing but a war of races, added to servile insurrections, will be the consequence of our acquisition of the island and the removal of the restraint ot Spaa-iahroie. . There is still anotiier qnestion. Shall we provide in the treaty of cession or otherwise for the depur-tatioq of tbe halt million of free blacks to Africa? WUl they go peaceably? How much would it cost? Are they to be there provided for by the bounty of this Union, or left to starvation, in their own quarrels? Suppose the purchase uf tho island, and the deportation of tbe free negroes, aud adequate pro-vision for them should amount to only four bimured millions, (wbich is within tbe mark,) will not the amount be an Incumbrance upon the freasnry quite enough to bankrupt it and destroy the credit uf the Federal Government? In fine, would the acquisUlon and anuexition of Cub* at tbe expense of a war, at the expense of a oosUy purchase, at the hazard of civil and servile war in Cu««, be advantageous to tae Union, even ifjve could accomplish the oiyect without any sec- PAPER. The uacaslnes) felt a short time since at tbe growing scarcity ot rags is sabsidiag, for it is now found that good paper can be made from the refuse of the sugarcane, and froca wood-fibre, the latter being L. 12 a ton cheaper than that made from rags. The plantain, too, hjts been tried, and successfully, as wai demonstrated by some specimens of planting-paper exhibited at a meeting of the Horticultural Society. Priaters and publishers, and those who deal in penny-periodicals, may therefore take heart : iheir profits will not be all swallowed up by the cost of paper, as there was reason to f«ar MOLTALITY IX MIXES. There is something touching in the petition preEOnted to parliament by 3000 miners oí Durham and Northumberland, praying tbe legislative authority to step iu between them and tbe risks to which they are exposed, and to which they fall victims, at the rate of 1000 a year. What they ask is reasonable enough—that provisions shall be made “for obliging all owners of collieries to provide such quautilies of good air iu accordance with the number ot workmen employed, the character of the mine, aud so forth, tts will insure a healthy state of the workings for each man, and prevent accumalations of fire-damp in any part of such pits or collieries.” Seeing that mines can be properly ventilated, that tbe miners ask no more than science or skill can accomplish, we hope decided means will be taken to remove the dangers and evils which attend their employment. Men •re too valuable now-a-days for us to go on flinging 1000 a year t^destruction. 5000 Soft Straw and Braid BONNETSi 3000 Pieces Bounety Cap^ aud Fancy TRIx^lMING RIBBONS, Firaearlng Mock from . ng at Yury low price* frona tbe importer* in New York. We wish tbe trade to remember we are EXCLVSIVKLT /TV STATIOITMRY BUSIICMSS, and tberebj- can offer greater inducements than other store* wiili a mixed Moek. gg^ParticuUr attention will be given to the wants or Kn-liHMirs and Railwav Contractors. We shall always keep a From 8 td 30 cents per yard, rlety of Together with a great va- FRSNCH FLOWERS, At equally low prices, to which tbe attention ct tbs pnblic ts respecttully iavltod. MRS. B. M. RICH. Jul«    294    Fiffh.    between    Elm    and    Plnm    su. ull snpply^of Drawing Papers,    Time Books, Tracing d*.    Field do. Profile do,    Maibrmatical    Instru ments, etc., ete. BLANK BOOKS of various styles on band or made to order from the best Bnglish and American B1 Je and Green Laid Papers. llMving a Printing Office and Bindery connected with our estabtUhment, we are enabled to ex-cute all orders of Letter Press Prlntiiigfond Bindlog, vrith neatnes and despatch. C. F. BRADLEY A CO., Wholesale and Retail Jn8 C    Bfotionera,    147    Main    str»«. > INDIA nuiJBkit. LIQUID A correspondent of a New York paper, writing from I’ara, in Brazil, says : “There is a method in preparing the gum, which has recently been patented, and which differs essentially from the usual curdling. The milk, aa drawn from the tree, ia put into large glass bottles aud demijohns; a preparation ot some chemical nature, which is a secret, is mixed with the milk, and the bottles are securely sealed. In this way the gum is sent to the Untied States. It curdles twenty-four hours after exposure to the air, and forms a pure, white, solid, and remarkably strong rubber. There ia only one house iu Para which the secret of this receipt, as I learn, and a member of the firm gives his personal attention to the preparation of the article, some thousand of miles in the interior of the country.” W A li CO^TINU E D. DICKSON■ HAS CLOSED THE SPRING Campaign. HaTing had the pleasure of suiting over 30,000 ' hLtady Patron, In their Bonueia and lUbboua. UE HAS JUST RETUltlfED FROM THE EAST WITH A FRESH RE IJSTFOR C EMEJ)TT, Enibraciiig over ONE THOUSAND Cases of Bonnets, OP EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY, AND A MAaNIFICRNT STOCK RIBBONS. And better thau all, owing to the backward state of Trade and Fipancei in tbe Eastern cities, he has bought his present stock at about HALF FRIGE! His effort has alwsys been to tekead vantage of themarkets; this time be has been PRE-EMINENTLY successful, enabling him to serve his cu-tomers wiib the best of goods, and at prices defying all COMPETITION. « HE REQUESTS PARTICUI.AR NOTICE Xd OVER 'Fhree Thousand EXGLJSJI SOFT STRA fUN. And a Splcodid' Stock of Rich RIBBONS. Depeud upou it, L«idles, that be can and will otter you the l^reeieHt INDUCE MB NTS. AND DOX'T YOU PURCHASE BEFORE LOOKINO THROUGH HIS STOCK. Wholesale eiihtoiners p'ease make tbeir calls early is tbe morning, as ive are so crowded during tbe day, that we csn not wait on then; as we wish to do. HUaH DICEISON. tioual agitatiou and trouble at home? Napping Trains for the’ Night Train —Six n ow aud highly improved cara have been placed on the evening land route to New York. Tbe richly ('ushioued seata have high iuclined backs—a moat benefiuial provision tor these who understand the useful and comfortable art of slaut'iudicular sleep -ing. T^e cars are of the usual length for sixty seats, but they contain forty-eight, thus leaving ample knee room for a spread, when Morpheus drops lu with his summons. The seats are three inches wider than the usual gauge. At each end of the cars there are recess seats for six, two of tbem being solitaires. By means of doable doors smoke and cold air are excluded while people are entering or exiting; and as tbe inner doors open outwardly, the passeugers inside caunot come in contact with them. A trial trip, to exercise the “iournals,” was made from Boston to Worcester, on Saturday altcmoon.— Boston Post. The New Orleans Picayune, perhaps the best informed newspaper in tbe country in regard to Mexican aflklrs, says that the revolutionary movements in tiiat oountiy are as.saming an important aspect, and that every steamer hereafter may be looked for with MV Intaceat. On the 14th ult. Mr. Geo. W. Bowman, on his farm in Bullitt county. Kw., killed n rattlr n&ke six leet four inches long and 18 inches around tbo body, with twenty-one rattles. It U believed that this was the largest and the oldest rattlesnake ever seen in tbe West. A Western paper rays: “About thirty years ago, Gen. Cass owned a farm in what is uow the heart of Detroit, and by simply “holding on,” he has become the possessor ot a fortune estimated at three mil-Uuns of dollars. A California paper says that tbe price of campheoe is “eternai vigitaae*” and $3 50 per gallon. uiyAie- BETW 140 Finh turret. KEN Rage and klm PIaUMB£RS. to BCcept every lasb offer Uutt covers tbe actual coct Among our expensive iDatmmeuta. we find 6 Loais XlVtk cwrved nanos; 15 fiuisbed all ronnd, centra Pianoa. S7 ol the above are either or fall octaves. ,    SMITH A NIXON, No. 15 Fonrth street, south side, nearly oppoeite our tormer place of busli ess.    jafr-o Elegant Piano Fortes. OF HaLLRTT, DAVIS A CO., Boston, and BACON A RAVEN. New Yotk — Í rom tbe above named makers I bave reeelv-in^^^ram ed several new and very beaatifal atylea ol If M. B J If Piano Portea, wliieb tor brilliancy and power* “ * • ■ have never been cqnailed by^^^ver biooght to this city. A variety Carhart A Keedbam’s celebrated MolodaoD*, tor Parlor bikI Cburche Seconci'bAa4 Finaos. tsc7 lov* ijhsrt Alttsic aud Mutfical Mercbaodisen BATID A.TRÜAX 3^19_Ko    flowed **nn- h stfst. M. BALLUAUUA. dt CO.. AMOrACTUBKKS, IMrORTKRS AMD DMAUCSS tM/ Musical Instruments, . 130 Walnnt-st, East side, bet. 3d aad 4 h CINCINNATI, O. Accordeons and all klude of MuilCAi Inetrumeate neatly repaired.    JaaSI-ly. flmi TUK UUb'I' tVl'UCR OP Sxcoirn-UaJio Piasos In the West. For sale at No, 60 West Foartb street, by JAMS* APPUtGATK, B.MPKL FLICK t .lOBE, f A. H. rocMsroBD (JOBS B. BTAlr. APPLEGATE A CO., Booksellers, Pablishers & Stationers, 4S Mmln sgraet, CUteinnari. Wa have, in addiuon to our own valuable publiosuen*. a large stock of the most desirable Books oubUshed. OorSohoOl stock embraces all books of merit used in the West. PAGED BLANK BOOKS, Mannfoctured of the best Linen JPaper, in any vtyle detdred. AU orders promptly executed, most liberal CAuiheNTERS. TRUAX, Prices Very Low. collectioD Of popula loliar ' «. ... ;,ON. Kfi Main ktreet. bet. Foottb and FiHs. ri;L.Liii.Y’s .Yiuhii; kook.— el made in'origiaal pieces, eoeUng 36, sold for one dollar b A. WA”SON mylfc BOOTS AND SHOES. The Trade supplied on the octl4 WILLIAM JOHNSTON, . CARPENrER * BUILDER. is STILL TO BR FOUND ut bU old stand, ou Third street, between 8} camere and Broadway, ready to attoud to a 1 vrork in bis line, when called upou, with dispatch. N B* Hash lor salA marl7-dly THKBEST is the CAEaPKST.—This is a truismM that cannot be ninsei^ed, and we believe that noHSI^ one who patrouUcs J. H. OEfERS, the Fa»biouablc ISoot Maker, can denv it. When a man urea none bu. the beat material, ai>d emi.loys none bnt tbe best workmen lu tbe Union, and mskefc every effort to get tbe iateat st>lee and all the new improvemenis, it stands to reason that be leads the van. He nut ouly has b's own in-mitable make but also the St) les of five uf the best New York. Pbiladelphia and Beaton manufoc ories. UU s:ock of Pump soled Boots, Fne Phila-uelpbia Summer BooU. Patent Leather Hoou end Shoes, blip, per», Ac.. AC., should be examined by everybody who wanu good work, at a teir I rice. U's terms beiag GASH, ensblea A. EL KENT, No. 150 EaH Third street, bet. Rmet and Ktm Hortk Side. IS eonstaotly prepared to contract for Building,, fitting up Stores Dwellings etc. on the most approved plana and at the eheapeet rate* ever don* in this city. All kl di of Job work done with neatness and dtsna ch.    noaSI>-lf to sell at reasonable prices. Call and see, at Jnl7 J. H. DRTKRS, No. 1 SI main street. Carpenter and Bnilders Wm. Moore, 76 Vine street, near Pearl, Is at all times prepared to contract for BnUdings of every discripUon. fitting up Store Uoutes and Dwellings, Ac., dc. Work done in tbe latest and most approved style, and on tb» most satisfactory terms. All kinds of Job Work done on tbe shortest notice.    feb22-ly NUYYa P'OH all.—1 woo'p desir» to cau iko attention ol the citisena and stranger* in tbe city,] to an intpectioi of my stock, coLsitting in part of— I FRERCU CALF SKIN BOOTS, eewed, p«i»wl, aud* pump-soled, of five different makes—all the moet popular in the Union.    ^ 6LO YE KID GAITER, tbe moat comtcrtabl* Shoe ever worn. PATENT LSATHBR BOOTS, a favorite aty I a PATENT LEATHER AND CALFSKIN WALKING SHOE.'^. LO IF SHOES, in all varieties. GENTS’ AND LADIES’ WALKING SLIPPERS. Ju5-c.    J.    U    DKTEkS/Wo. ISt Main street. W. EL VANWIE, CARPENTER AND BUILDER. Shop on Hammond Sereet, between Tbsrd and Fonrth, aad Main and Sycamore Sts., Cincinnati, O. IP you want a goodjeb of Carpeater Work, or Stair bnildins done, call at my shop, and you can be accommodated with dispatch and liberal terms. All knid, at Jobbing premotlv execnted at tbe shortest uetice. tebl CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS ARCHITECTS AND8TA1R BUILDERS. r E. LAKELY d R. TRUITT.—Shop on Hammond St., JLde over tbe stttion house- are prepared to Draw Plans for Cottages, and Villas, and build tuem iu tbe most foshions-ble style. Drawing done free. Also, Store Fronts built in be most improved styla Jobbing done on the most reasoeable terms. Drawing for work executed cn theshortcst notice aad most reasonable terms.    aol5<dCmi V. SLESERB Boot and SHOF. store, 49 and HS Low er Marhet between Sycamore and Broad-, way, OinclnruUl, Ohio. KEEPSTHB BKSTofLadiso’____ MIssess Boy’s and CoUdreate soou and SÍM>ee of his awa mak.-. and aUo from PbilAd»ipbi* and Boston, of all saeta and sisae, nowhere to be beatea, east or west, at what* -bale and retail. Work warranted. Alto, French calf-aklas and sole leather, boot webb. lace», de._scp33 tl PREMIUM BOO 18 -AND SHOES. THOMAS SULLIVAN. No. 10 fPalnut streti, near Third. XUE PREMIUM AT THE MECHANICS' -Rt- w s UL'GU McCULLIJ3I dc CO., PI inibers, Poidb sdk* XX Uydranc Manufacture! t>. No. Ill Sixth street, bet.eeiw Vluo and Race, Cincinnati. Wo have on hand and wlU, furnibh Lead Pipes Sheet Lead, Water Closets, Batba,tPuma^ dc. j^AlIrepairs promptly done.    marl5»^ »|vVTÜ1F^~<^V\VKLL; Pluina«3m.~~PirMia a^ K- Hydrant Makers, 157 Fifth street, batween Race and Etafo have on hand, and wUl turniah to order. Lead Pipes, BoUw, Water Gloeet», Pnmps and HydranU, etc, ete. They have also invented a New Valve Hydrant, which cau be repaired without diggiug up tbe Stock, end 50 per csat cheaper. Orders from the cnuutry solieited.    nov7-ly ^ «fc M-    ^    ,    Plumberv,    PuuiMianii Uydrant Makers, No. 4 Huin street, aod 263 Wavtern Row, near (Sixth. Every deseriptiun of Lead Pipes. Pampt, Haths, Water Closuu and Hydrants, couatantly on baud, whole rale aud retail. Also now ma ufaeturing a patent Y’atvo Hydrant, wUtcb can be repaired without digging up the yard, aud at one half the former price-    auvl4-ly npUK GOLUKY UYDHAAT! -apta*» * Mwrgaii, X 22 Ehhc Fifih streri. oppoeite lb* ttamslaua House — Lead Pipe», Puuips, Uydraut», Baths. Watee Oluscl», Ac., conslanily »n hand or ni*do to order. Particular atteutioii I» invited to their New , 8tup anil I'lug Box tlovern. the chief fcAturt) uf which is, in thuir simplicity end durs* bllity. They are scarcely liable to get out of repair. The public would do well to examine this new invention. Jan6-div_ jpLLM3iNG -WM. UAIGU . t*r«ctk-al l*lun,l><w. .    -     -     ,    between    Snonnutrt    <w*a Broadway, I am prepared to contract lor and put up work Such as Water illosets. 45 eiaet Fourth etreet, , I am prepared to coni deaeription in my line. of ever_ all the modern imprOvemeiitg. Hot, Cold and t^por Baths, ery _______,_________ _____ ___________________ iwth plain and ornamental. Wash stand, in every style, with Sjowers. etc. Hatters’ Kettles, Chemical Apparatus, Soda Fountains, Coolers etc. ^ All Kinds of Pnmps for wells and cisterns. Plain and fhn cy Ale and Beer Pumps, Stove Heaters for warm baths, mad, and repaired oo short notice. Sheet Lead of various thickness. Lead pipe of every calibre. Pure Block Tin Pipe, etc. All work done by me. warranted to give satisfaction. Builders are requested to call aud examine my stock. Terms reasonable.    feblS-dly F^^LORUjTTlLBACOtL^^^Ssl^^wnñe^poít^pF^ ida Tobacco, (large and small cans) Just receiving by KRNNÍffT a DUOLW, pi    No.    It    Pabilc Landla To- -I FANCY GOODS. Maiwilc and Odd Fellows FURNISHING STORE. WM. .40DIS, Sixth street. Bacon’s Building. Constantly on Imnd Masonic and Odd Fellows’ Regalia of every description. Also, a very extensive assortment of Fancy Goods, such as Port Monias, Toys of all kind». Card Cases, Gold and Silver Trimmings, Stars, Rosttts, Penknives, Ac., for sale at tbe lowest prices.    mar    22-Iy 0 MERCUAN 18 AND UOUkN IKV DKaLKH8 Porcbasersof PgaruxEV, rascv laricnas and Mani- | Ciaxs, will please notice tbe bouse of WM- M.KOHLA CO, E-«>r- Fourth and Vine, street, if they wish to find e g eneral as»orment of every thing in tbe above line, at Philadelphia prices, wbich wears ea ahled to do by Importiug goodi ourselves, lu Amerirau Per fuiaery we have all tb* popular aitlc.es of tbe day. vis: Har-risoa’s Bazin’s, Hauers, Glenn’», Wilght’s, Colgate’s. Weih-erell’B and others. Batchelor’s Bazia's. Uauel's Chriatadusas, Biowne's, Uo-gle’a. Ballaid’s. Harrison’s. Phalon’s and other Hair Dves. Meen Fun, Lilly White, and all popular powders. Jones’ and Howard’s Ohemical Soaps. Lyon’s Katkairea, Phalon’s luvlgerator, Ciiercbngb’s Tri copberuas, Rossmary. Ac, Polishing Powders for Jewelers and others; SMoklng Oum, for clerks. boqii-kcepeTS, Ac.; Faber’s Pencils and Willett’s Pens. OasUle.andBroan Windsor Soap*; Lyons’ Rat iHUsond Roach Powdore, Ae. Hair, Hat, MBl and TooHt Brashes ia grett vaiieiy. Porte Henaiaa, Pupee,, WaUata, Money BaHa, Ac. Faaa of new pattaiM: A great variety ot FaMy ArtieU». ^ Lubon*sRxU*ots aad Oieava,’* oslobzatM Ro^p*. Paydou’a aad KMtar’e ladaltblo Inks, Modloiaaa aad Drags of aU kinds. WolTs Sakeidam Sobnape. Pan aad Pocket Knive, at manafaoturer’s prleas, wboleaala ■•dratidl.    .    mjfi FAIR was awurued to him for tb* eap*>ior style and qoality of his Boo s aad Sboee. He is sUll prepared to receive orders, wbich be will engage to oxocuto, in tho b»ot maonoT, as to qoality of lostber, good fit ana workmanship. On* Taisi. is ali bo »»ks.    marl5-dlv NEW BOOT & SKOE STOUl JH. BRANDT, two doors below Broadway Hotel a Broadwsy, has resumed business at this stand,! and ke,ps cobsfontly oa band, or makes to ordar.j CorksoTe Boots aud Quilted Bottom, Fieach Dancing 1 Morning Slippers sno Patent Leather Shoos of every deoer tiun. An experience of many years aud tbe large patronag* be has stwnys received, are a sufficlsut guarantee for tne aa-pei ior qitaliiy of bis work. French Uver Gaiters—a complete assortment always • ducA-lv baud. IkiLBZBS SBOaS WH. RANDALL. 257 Western Row, • near George ktreet; Gaiters, Bus-! kius, Slippers, Ties, Children’s .-booo, Ac.. Ae. aoM-dl SPRING STYLE—NOW OPEN C. KOEHLER, ITS Main street bet. Foiutb and Fifth, ■ Has Just received a large lot of tho best Frenen I cair-skin and patent leather, aad Is prepared to I_ make Boots, Shoes and Gaiters, th ths moet approved slyla and to suit the most fostidions.    nuurlO-dtf r“eJK: HARDWARE. IKJOR PLATES, MORRISON A CEOWTHERS, No. Weid FbsrtfriStreel, wear Smith 4» NixmCt HaU. Constantly on band and making to order oveav var lety o- DOOR AND NUMBER PLATES, Plated with the best ebaokeilvor, and warranted of oaperlor workmaash-p, both a* to boamy aud finish. —ALSO— A fnUassortment of Plain Shlold, aad Go(bio Pattera Bai Pulls, Number Flatos for Sieamkoai Hcato Room. ^ Carriage Plates, Church Pew Platon, Ac.. Ac. Bells hung and repaired. Reorders from tbe country attraded to promptly, t;|^LKGANi' kKCsSELLS CAKPET.—1 bsvw tur oela • Id bsaatlfnl Brusaeli* oaipot, arada a. tor doable parloi *r ardinary Mm. It ts a capital article and oaa be snta tow » m. ammwn * -fry»    158    fmSmt
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