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Vf t COULD, Editor
EATON, O. JUNE , 18J4.
JUDGB OF SUPREME COURT,
tinmnnn u i
unijiii;mu 1. 1.1111 II irt
j OP CLERMONT COVNTY.
MEMBER OF BOARD OF PCB.LIC WORKS
-AI1AIER P. HHi
' OF BBTLER COUNTY. -
"BLESSED ARE YE!"
COME THOU AND DO LIKEWISE.
We intend each week to scknowMge in
-rmr columns the amount or money received
i apoa subscription far tbe ''Democrat," to that
our subscribers may see how we live, and
" learn that' prompt payment ia essential. For
t the eek ending June 20tb,we received aa
On Thursday last, a little son of Mr. Jtssx
; Tolbxbt, aged about two yean, was drowned
in a tub of water. ;' The mother had gone on
an errand to a neighbor's house, and was out
but a few moments, when she returned she
. found her child dead.. It ia supposed b went
.to play iohe water and losing his balance
' tripped in headforemost.
Eaton Branch Bank.
- We are requsjted by tbe Cashier of this In-
etimtion, Judge Hiestand, to ssy that the Bat.'
. will be closed on the Fourth of July, for the
', .purpose of giving the officers' sn opportunity
7 to explode a little patriotism. All paper fall
; ing due on the Fourth, must be paid on the
, Third. Persona interested will please take
notice and act a?e:rdingly. r
Fourth of July.
The Post Office will , be closed oa tbe
' , "Fourth of July, except 'for it htvr after the
arrival of eaob mail.' Open from 8 until 10
, ; o'clock, A. M., and from 3 until 8 P. M. .
''? !.trA Mad Dog was Villed in Eajton on
Thursday last. We hope the Marshal will
. iatmploy tbe propet meant to tend every dog
teme which may be foaol fnnnmg a large,
p miuirf, after tbe tat of July. Persons who
wish to keep doga must keep them at home,
'and secure them from injuring their neighbors. I
' Our town is full of worthless curs. A few
. pounds of Beet and a few grains of Strycb
- nine, will dispose of. them summarily., , Let
' the work progress and the law be executed
ETWe shall not bindy words with the
: " Eaton Register" in a pergonal controversy,
r notice its attempted sallies of wit. We
have a higher object and aim, and shall dis
. cuss tbe political questions which may come
nip from time to time, fearless and free,'
and if in doing so,' we find it necessary to a
lude to tbe Register, we shall exercise tbe
privilege regardless of the ptrtonal slang which
may emanate through, its columns. We fea
not to meet our opponent v.pon any of tbe
questions of public policy in which the peo
pie of this county are interested. Neither
' snairwe':firl to expose the means employed
secure nominations, by designing politicians
combined together to secure tbe preferment
of each other. These are the legitimate chan
nels of public information, and we intend to
occupy them to the fullest extent of our abil
ily. The "bargain and sale" in progress of
negotiation,-is -not yet consummated. Tbe
' deep scheme of political villiany which ha
been concocting for tome time past, is not yet
ripe for exposure. When tha candidates sre de
cided npon.lhe people may be astounded atthe
means employed in producing certain results,
nd" certain we ara the whole scheme will be
repudiated. These things, Mr. Register, will
occupy your attention, if you are anxious for
a little aport at "t it and tournament," aad
we imagine weean afford yon aaauch amuse
ment in that line at "cut and come again" as
you insy desire. Your misrepresentations
and falsehoods fall harmless at our feet. The
position of any man at men is unenviable,
when iea and deception are required to bols
ter it up. These are our views.. We are
ready for the issue upon tbe plat laid down
and the sooner the ball is opened the sooner
will the dancing commence. We have the
muaic and shall play the political hucksters
and their adjuncts a " quick step."
fr-The .latest, meanest, dirtiest lying charge
gotten up gainst Senator Dotiglas, it that of
hia having parchnsed printing press, type,
and complete material, to be sent out to Ksn
, ms, for tie pnrpose pf taking grounds in fiivor
-or we introiinction of slavery into.tbet territo
ry t The msn who sent this drivelling ston-
oer out into the World ' not overstocked with
a nice ense of honar.sed those who quote the
mah'eions calumny approvingly are io about
me same cs'sgory. '
HTl.nxnry. combined with comfort, may be
aatn displsyel in the dsguerrisn gallery of
'Man croa. no io, otn Btreet. They take
'nest excellent piotores for a moderate price,
.nd-gJvse likeuestof which any one may
jbejstoad. Visit their gallery. '
CTFreaident Pierce and family bare gone to
Tmt Comfort for a few days, to be relieved
in ;ht ba-,!!t rnd he', of Washington.
THE MASONIC CELEBRATION
Ob Saturday, last, waa everythinr which
Moid t.'f wo j-w ..: ,v.
r T Miii mm ma mw.
U. people begth to poor Into tow in ... kind.
of.nii.w.n. .-J -k.. t , - .
"v? .. n,orB,n wm
; ' . rr" wfnocu looir wit
it.. T A M.
.7Z.T iUlDt M "M
.... svoiea iae timotsDere. tad
maae vM ay uHghtiMl. At aa early day a
procession was formed under the commaad ol
Marshal L.'T. M:ft. .nJ .n.,
through our streeto. arocceded to the Park ad-
joining taw., where a wmptuoo. repa.t wa.
nesm. ttiiiita k UHaiaraiAa, or which some
but vnaV(f Masons partook. Upon the oc-
cssion, an appropriate and eloqaent A dJresa
waa dtltverei. tiy Re, J. Watnat, of 8pring-
neia, who was listened to by the membera of
the order and the audience, with profound at-
"""" """ apprrewuon. Tne orator
cquuien uirrueir admirably, and we bestd
but oae opinon expressed in regard to the ad-1
dress, which wat nnequivocal app oval and
cmmendauon. ' 1 ha exercises in the Park
and at the dedication of the new Ball, passed
off most pleasantly, and the occasion will long
be remembered by those participating. Mem-
bers of tbe order were present from Cincinnati,
umjiuu, oiniijn-m, namuion, and other
towns aurroundiog, and all returned home
well plessed with our handsome village, and
woai iney seen, neard and eajoytd. We hope
tha Brethren of the " Myatio lie " may never
mninm lor. n 4 k. n ! t m. I
o:u .1 n r, ,:
uiuuhiuu uimam omu uiiuuuivtQ mosi ceiigni i
tut music, ahd , the pleasure of the exercises I
were augmented, by tbe excellent nerformtnee
of tbe aton Choir, under the direction of that
Mater of Music, Ptoresaor Geo. N. hUaaod.
Where do They All Come From?
This n a qoestion that is nature Hy asked by
persons who visit Ba,U't Gallery, No. 28 Weat
Fourth-street; for the first time. When he
first enters he will find tbe Gallery crowded.
and nine operators hsrd at work, supplying tbe
wants or tbe visitors. Still at fast as one cus
lomer Jeeves, another comes in, thus keeping
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W PVBkt) wj iioie DO IflMT I Mm fnm T -I
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wow, umsy notbeontofplace to ask' in the 1
same connection. "Whv do.llom.h.M
Tbe answer is'plahif They come there be-
cause Ball's pictures are nnsurpassed. and his
facilities for taking them are unrivaled
Throughout the whole length and breadth of r
he land bis reputation is wide spread, and we
would do him injustice if we did not say that
well deserves the flattering reputation he
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iij. Ur inenos win at all timet find Mr.
Ball'. Gallery a comfortable reitinr '...
and bit operatori ever ready to furnish them J
with most admirable Daguerreotype
Railroads under the old Constitution.
d stocks, ire jet in force, the" paassge of T
: pe w conlitution' not at ail impairing their
idity. . Tbia will not, we presume, be over-
Tbe Supreme Court has decided that laws
prior to the adoption of tbe present conititn
tion, authorixng county ubscriptiont to rail
looked by rosds chartered under the old state
.it a . I
umo geiung aipnr should endeavor to profit!
so onnnrtiinii a rhin,. Ha v. ...... , A
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influence upon many foada now in procss of
construction, and msy enable some of them to
weather financial storms which wou d other
wise compel them lo suspend operations for a
season or two.
Oregon coming into the Union.
The Washington Union thinks that Oregon
oe aamuteo as a sovereign state this act
a ' .
oi congress, to that her Senators and
Representatives may take their teats at the
next. The Union says that the people of
Oregon have already voted on the qnertior. of
torming a state government, and we exnecL
ftom the information before us, to receive in
telligence in a few more weeks that an over
wneiming majority have decided in favor of
proposed change. The people of th Ter
ritory are understood to be besrd in both bran
of our national legislature.
The Democratic State Convention met at
Montpelier on Wednesday. Eraytos Plrmoton.
Wardshpro'. presided. Governor Robinson
Lieut. Gov. Kidder declined a h.nnm.
Merrit Clark, of Poullney, was nominated
Governor. Resolutions were passed com
plimenting the Administration of Franklin
Pierce in strong terms, but declaring the sup
or or opposition to tbe Nebraska bill
should not be considered a test of party faith.
following resolution it supposed to refer
the Know Nothings :
Rehtd. That the Demoeraev nf V.rmi.
believing that our free Constitution sancliona
proscriptions on account of hirih. ni.ni
emphatically condemn any oreanisation.
or otherwise, that would dim to deprive
ciiizeu, narve or adopted, oi his oiviJ, po
litical or religious liberty.
Mr. Lord, of Lord's Detector, has shown nt
new one dollar counterfeit, on the James
town branch of the Indiana State Stock Bank
learn they are issued with variont num-
i ne one we nave seen is a very good
imitation, but is on coarser paper than the
genuine, a nd not so well engraved. The sha
is also darker. The vignette it a wood
and the mark on the ehopntd ndof
rauen log, is much .longer than the genu-
ErThe Niggers are going to bar. a big time
atDayton, on the1 1st of August, it being the
nmversary of the Emancipation of the Slaves
HayU. A number of distinguished colored
will he present, on the ocasion among
toe e-iackgaard, Fred, oeglaas.
CTAst Q. Dimmock bat reeigned tbe War
densbipof tbe Ohio Penitentiary, which re.
sponsible position he bat filled for tht last few
with signal ability.. Mr. Wilton it bis
tnceessoiv'i ... . - .
BTlt js rnmored that one of tbe Profesors
connected with Aatioch College bat beta
in a 'bad scrape." ' Tha tcsnJal has
learn; been investigated, hat tbe result of
inquiry has not yet been made pobric.
I . --..-1- - -
Lrih .l.iwi i. v.i
i diilt. Anns oimb m tiku -
V '"'I oaarouia, n
m ubuiwbu. The netit
Wi.ooia. .. in i, ifc. rtotof Wble
I naolatlou kf iki. t
JU. WTkat w. w.tv .i k.
f ikTei wjik ooiiaf r..L
"d our rirbt am: aad mm Gomt kaif ....
iH!?lJ "i!? I??1. .
1 be notice of iaia aaawiatan le" beaded,
''Otnwmt -Pftriotitm Spirit f tk Wttt."
land comes with. good grace froa the coKama
f "eel which paoolaimed Uat tbe tictoriee
of the American jolaiera in Meaieo. wm i,h
a " over which angela night weep and boo
mapuy moors r , such Treasonable senti-
menu oomet with a good eraee from tb eol.
" of paper now engaged in tbe laudable
enterpriee of conveying what was enoe the
"g party Mto the embrace of Abolitionism,
hr the C(i'im who control the sheet, are
endeavoring to effcot a bargain with the Free
Soilers of Frebto eonnty 1
These are good lessons of loyally from a sheet
FjT j ucioog io me party whose policy
hat been tie orowning glory of this govern
' We would like to know if ike "Reg
wr ; advocalea mob law and violence ? Is
lh,t het dvocate of Treasonable asso-
.l.l.'n.. AmJT a . . I
In iv. . .
wuuc 01 rieDie ooBnty, trreepeC'
of pally influence, endorse eueh'eenti
enta J if tuck a course it Ue nriee to be
fo the assistance of the AbelilionJate of
Pwble eoaniy at the ensuing falLeieetioa, we
think tbe Clim are paying "too dear foe the
bittle I" ' Intrigue and rascality has been on
fotmer eooaaiona defeated avea in
county, and if those who in other contests
failed in their desirns nDon the eMktnlii.nf I
.v. i. . . .
u lvpiv, vxpeci to sacceea in Ibeut trcs-1.
ent nnderuking and achemet. tb.y,nw.k,
tip to find themselves at fatally mistaken as
Ih.. AXA 1i.4 .II -mv- m. ....
mkj hw mii nur invvree Dvll,'AOOIHloni
and Treasonable aentimenW air tk R.m.
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Atf.n H,. ...t j: ,v. .'.. ' - v
"""-". rr weainerroi a ujian
"-.-" f. W he repudiated by
W.-?"V5i ot freble eonnty.and bring
c""n-' "P01" engaged in the eoi-
IT It bat been remarked br manv nerinna
that, aince the "Reaktet" fell into ha present
bnd, Abolition articles' have traced its col"
. . . :
urnne. Doth i(n( and HlteUtt, tnd remarks
are freooentiv made ta tba. ff. tt,..ihe
Cfc'?ue are managing that aheet with a view
of transferring the whig party t the Free
Sellers, or inducing , the Free SoUers- to aid I
tbtr thiw " f en$iJtrati9H ot et "e
,.uU.w, nv aoait see wnav we snail tee !
mi i . I
Pro,t'lntd nndenU former rat nsgert, has
been Uul ,B lhe haa b Uie attempts already
"Mfle by the new regime. We advise the peo-
! V Preb' nty to look well tb the move-
a- a . . - i
UID ,or we,r 0WB "eeeat,- Let tlem, dart .
akUlnid oVerAtan iMuimil' inVwJi .
... ... wuv.o.wtu. . .
New Counterfeit. "Hey! Come to Order."
Messrs. Hawiim. At 8nr..t: n it.. ... i
Untion oftbecitixena of Eaton,.ahd'the"ItotjpibeUmliB.rwbi(iin
wearing public" genwally, to theirnice as-
sortment now on hand and to the bet that
they are prepared to make to order, an thort
notice, all kinds and qualities of Hats, Which I
tney win furnish euslomen at the lowest
ea. vive to em a call, when yon want any-
nv in th.; TV.:. j. . .. . Ilk.
o .m.i. iihv. Aiivu gums wm oe lOOnd 1 u
No. 1 and their prices very I
Mr. Edmuntoh, in McCracken eounty Kv.
at t. n .illin. I l,...
-.. w-i' iv UfCflBlflBl. Bit I
covered the biscuits of an unvsasl color; llall-1
. . I nil
nis cook and requested ber to eat one of
them which iKe .lirt .... i ..,. , V
mem, wnicn ahe did very reluctantly, and
died 111 stlYfAfn miniitaaa. aAA....!. r aa I
...a.. ta.ii wfliu. irom me
effect of tb poisoo th intfaded foi her nui- "J
and mittrets. . J .
an adioinin, coi.ni tn, ..;.-.
.uj ,:; l. 7 V " . sent
plead that he had not been guitly of etiolation ny
the ntte law' and claimed the riebt orbeina
tried bytheeW, under the olea that h. were.
drunk under tbe old law, and hadeh't been so
ber since. The judge was pualed, and held
case over for advisement.
ETGody's Lady's Book, for July irillus
trated with "Noah," . "Galltntry," Fashion
fiates, Patterns, and any amount of other an
gratings, and fins reading. This Ne, con-.
mencea the second quarter oft centum that
d..l v.. t ' . ' ' Meets
Book has been published: but an I ke all
other Ihimrr. with ft h. .m.. v.. ,"
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w.H,g, .hu uiure aprignuy.
rrSen.io, w.iu. i.r. . .. .
-3- ; w,. aiiniiriun on me I win
inst., with a company of friends, for New !'"
wnere ne wat to oe mtnwd. on the
afternoon of that day, ton beantifat and ac-
compiisbed lady. Thit it tha fortfc llrtl. .k.
Colonei ha. been pltcad in the harness J
. . - . I .
nnos great trouble m bis uixon
UudsWe enterprise to provide the w'estwith g-tf
.. - . lUA
When thev leave N.wBW.r""
tbey eome out here and find aom. of in.
K...k.. .. I
benches empty, M (bey qoit teaclringi take
busbsnds.and instead, of giving lessons so to wl'le
raising tcholar. : ? . . w
' ' . ' .
XTk Western paper says -About thirty
vearsagoyGen. Cats owned" firm m what it ,1
the beert of iVimii .t..;..!. X.Z.'JL
. . . t uum-
nrnn." h, hu k. . - I
" Dsuoira iwrTHwcestjoroi a for-11
Mfim.l.il . ik .:r';: I
, . Hif.ww m oouars. , a-r
and aav favor tt... m. ... il. r.. .1. t-'D
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wmne cheerfully dent,
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trWe should he plessed if thr)nblishert r.'e'B
Ohio Stotesasn .H .enra, would
trKartinTaa Baiea ia amnlovin iU.malet
nonrs ,otei sojootti by wti ing the
Mmoirs of hi Daitiaal earaar t. i. i.v;..
oi a pa tuaal careai. He is taking
i" ; i f ,' i can
ITWa learn that man named William I
waa' tttowned, 'hili bathing tV ff
ETA Waahingtoa dispatch, dated 31st,
saver" ; ... .
It ia expected that petition signed by the
merehanta of Beaton, eadothera. lor tha ten)
of the fugitive tiara Urn, will b presented by
sit. oumneribw wwei, ween tuf wU move to
repeal tha fugitive tlm law. '
The Massachusetts people seem detetmined
tit keep gp an excitement apon- tha slavery
question in oma way ; if the eaniiot have it
at kerne, they mutt make it at the National
Capitol. Thefrieitdtof aeaceshonldendiavor
to allay tarbid feeling, engendered by the dis
cussion of toil exciting question; and if there
be no prospect of getting repeal (and that can
be ascertained at pnoo ) tbe.meesnre ehouM
p operly placed nn-lcr the table. Tbe loren
laf oaiet and law are expeoted to prevent use-
iMiand m ivhimm avMaiinn r ik. .1..
A Year after Marriage.
' One of Arthur! best novels has been laid
upon oof table, by the Publisher, T. B. Pert
son, Esqr, No. 102 Chesnut street. Phll.iUI
pbia.. Tbif book like all the distinguished
M,tw. - -.v . . . 8
author t pactions, it bound to have a great
"voai popuiariiy. ine morale I
and the lessons inculcated must provesalutary
to those who practise them. Buy the book and
read it. Prite only 25 cents. .
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D-Tbe Editor f the "If Boot" is sick.
and if its patrons sre not served with a paper
this week, they may know the reason. He
hat been confined to the house, for severe'
issue is missed, the loss will be made up, wYen
opportunity offers, Which will not perhaps, be
very far in the distance. No help for disap
pointments when produced by sickness.
ffTHon. George Bliss, tbe talented Demo
crat who represents the Stark, Summit and
lPrtf District in congress, in a speech on
'Nebraska question, gave ntterance to this
"I'bose w!in vninlr lulk nf molln v;n I
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with their teit on one side, and the Democratic
ln.Hn Ih. lh.. Ti..
' . Bvnfc Vol7 na-
f,0.n.-1,h;C'?,ly wn,cn nimated by, and
rinirla in fs Irun.n lU. H..u I it-
" "Ti""e "I- wii ui me re-
pubuc, is not destined to be shattered to frag-
raenw oy toy omerence of opinion upou this
urThe Washington Correspondent of the
New York Tntuneeays that estate of affairs
a-ill soon be brought about which"wjl com-
Pr) 6Pain t0 cut abort ber .dickering for an ex-
borbitant price for her Island, and be content
wilh hundred or a hundred and twenty-five
i;:ik . j ir . . . ..i,.
,B",IU,,, A afferent . ai re trm is all i-onaon
that lUmdt hetwtn us and tht ooiteuitn ef?a
Cui " tki ,iw .Throw up the club, the
ft rThia meltinff WMther fnrr-ihl MminJ
ne that, Sraaooa It Co., 113 Main street,
Uincir.nat . have oa h.nri . fin. ..m,im ..r
.. ....mtui vi i
fashidnable Clotbinp. liist .iitt r, ...
days as we have experienced this week.
r - -
rU ,re T0" Jown cof-1
' ,be 101 it1t that McDok-
NH. CITIR ILfVlir. IhrA fnnre aaA. . Bi-
j'TTV " BV
f all kind; which be scill f,,m;.h .
- t- w r riHwii
vwrrrat (he aoweatr mmtmm. Ju.i
CrT?' Mr f Philadelphia hat iued a
Mle of -mot in
174 preliminary meeting has been held in
JCoilleothe to make arrangementt fort ccra
piRr 10 l-'n,HSri'e to Nebrseka
Tbesn.t wear blue coats and brass but
tons. The Woe IS indieatire.f their feelings.
k.. ,v.: i ioiing,
u,n9 icir inannera.
Mob at Ripley,
RIPLEY, O., Monday, June 26.
AcimiMVCDlcciinfi-was oe (1 in lhftrr..t I
Saturday eveningrnear a drinking house, and
Finta 1 nasi xa.atalraji a. I
UiS. V T TkJ ; l" . n eggs were
. V nunc me crowd, upon
which some rocks wer return.,) ,h. .-j
T) n r a rut a man k.a ....k. J .. a. . I .
"t' "v M7" MO" iwn um nouke i
r;fleafl1 of ltf contents, whrnky, beer, &c.,
"Vr . :u US 9UX were mrown
all VUCTJU i
The mob then visited all the liqnor shops in
"? proprietors lo con
to give up tne traffic. In cases where
rewsUnce was made, the hon ...
Mul,ea Two er three were iniured.bnt none
klite?- The mob numbertd about three
hundred, including those who went to look on.
oa,0,,, cret wetbod oftrTecting political ob
as much aa an .. ...n ...
JTThRiohmo,.d Whig, inspe.kinf aboul
new union of fsgfnds, tha Kn0w Noth-
ings," ssys, in answer to an article of the
i 4 1 1
'Wehsve never 'extended fraternal .n
tbe know-nothings, and it is not stall likely
we shall. We deprecate and abhor thi.
I'l"' ,' .",ue' . there
ii n,ij, iai quiruy under the assurance
the Whig baa no sympathy with the new
v' '"7. "nings, anc that it
rive intra no am nnr n -....
usyten Empire tavs t "Now. thi. i.
wbtw?c11"t,lkin'ihlout,and it sounds
f0'""..""' 1oi? il fo . benefit of
ItoZ" ven?to KfiCS
fact it, the 'know-notbing' organixati m is
Sllv Of Whirrerv. iinrth nfik.ow.. j
' . . . " . ' w . aHV tfi.ati,, fl II II
line" an 'omnium gatherum or ih
and bob-tail of the four Quarters or
aa. . i . .
r'"?"iB,u wf w vary we
".7kV"" .T"" w" c.,n ?'-
' " " w no inroat-cutl n.
cbnrch bnroing. negro-sympathiiing, maiehfi
K09 mk UP ring-leaders of the
eoacern. The South would loose by
" I :,,-"c7" "orm win gur, nothiiir
..,ukon, and we have plentyof that with-
ax.Zml1,, W:-".f001 .hve.
IZ : " "auoui ine time
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iuui .can iriiremeei. '
Tb. Hk. ZTZZZ. .... . ..
s. - 7 "rB mat since ine
other orders. Tbce
Natkittrm ".m.:. i. l rZL
' . -wHtpiLiu . vif n bi ueainess
wnocouia never tee tbe utiHty or tdver-
Ih 'ttr, Kr.iX.--. ,. - -.. .
- ..wmngm, CISSS OI le-
0 ibe "Kn(na Nothingt ," we besr of
who are Arst to rn arnnnU.. .....
11 . "'.""Wl ind the
.r,otJttnS' order in Cincinnati whose
meabers compose a majority of tbe police offi
buowBiife. of that city.. . '. J
w.o". be a wag in c
tTl men wat boasting about bir knowledge
think' I once.
FOUR DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE.
ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER ATLANTIC.
New York, Monday, June 26.
Tbe steamer Atlantic, with advicea from
Liverpool aae Louiiqs to the lith insU, am
vea ai is is pert last evening. .
Napier had thrown some- that into Behuog.
firs, but nothing decisive retailed.
Considerable Cent ne- eonlina i at the out.
skirts of Silistris, and the Rusians were staking
(mttenae aaorificea to carry the place, bet it
iLuuBi ii win noid out until tbe aliie uoopa
The lleeta in the Black See were inactive.
Omar Pacha wis at Shu m la, and Faakie
witC'i was ft Jasay. .
It is renorted that tha Czar h rclMtad th
Austrian note, and waa collecting a Caaack
i ioivr lowvauc iransyivania.
. Thow.lt oflbe Austrian and
Council at Tewhen waa not known, bat it
ia supposed to be favorable to Western Pow
The latest advices from the east say the
Turks made a sally from Siliatra on.' the 8tb
instant, and destroyed the approach's of tbe
'e by filling up themtnes befcie S.I sUia,
snd the Russisns afterwarl suffered serious
,,, by the ipringiDg of ibe.furkisb counter
mines. . i ne Uussians report saya utwisa fa
tontaincdinArthur'ssloriesare bt' tne commander of SilliiUis.jii killed by
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wann 0m: anoiier that she has
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in hL ti.... .r V. c:
. uuov Ul wnilllll, oil Vlll
a cannon ball
The steamer Indians, the first of snew line
f screw steamers between Liverpool smf tfew
York, is advertised to aail on the 121E' of
Napier's fleet wss st anchor on the fit) off
P.. I .j . n . j . ... -t fj. .1
oaitie-sbips.was at ancuor behind tbe batwr
Admiral Dundat had telegraphed to his
governm-ntthatthe Russian authorities hsd
voluntarily permitted the French rnd Eneliah
mercnant vessels to, leave Odessa.
Tbe fortress and redoubt at Kale waa bom
barded on the 18th of May,; and totally des
Schamyl had taken the important Russisn
fortress of Usurehet, and was marching with
60,000 men against Tifflis.
i ne reports concerning the negotiations are
unessys Kussia has ollned to
evacuate the principalities, on condition that
me western rowers will re-estsblish a statu
Wood said I e sovernment could not confirm
the report that tbe Chinese insurgents bad
uren ansisiea oy uriluri lorees nt Shanghai. '
The first detaohment of-.the Spanish Iroops.
tor Cube, sailed from Cadi on the first of
June, on the steamer Isabella Ca'hohea.
The -snip Oriental; with a cargo of 1,200
chests tes, was totilly .lost .
By the overlsnd mail it was reported that
Post Mai ommed had formed an alliance with
tbe commander of the Russian fleet, off Sing
the British wsr steamer Encountress and
the sloon-of-war Pivmmih. .niin. , ih.
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aianaard, wete engager ia tbe attack
'I. Jniperialist forces at Shanghai. On
boaid the Plymouth. Geo. McCorkle was kill
ed, and four others severely wounded. ' Capt
Pearson, of' the Rose Standish, was danger
ously injured. The victors captured two
iweive, loursix, snd eight pounders.-- No de
tailed account is given of the esgsi-ement. ,
no runner intellieence of importance waa
expected from the Black Sea or Baltic
close of the month. . ..,
New Hampshire Democratic State Convention.
clsmstion. A series tf lesblutioiik were a-
held in Concord, the present Governor. N. B
V-f' vijuk i. " -
imesiie imititutiona for themselves, within I
dopted said Iqud cheers, among them the fof-
their own limits, ought to be enjoyed by the
peopie oi- an me pioi t ana Territories or the
Countrythat the Compromise, acts of 1850
Ilk., hi .Bill nia.J ,!.'.!.... . t .L!
nrincmie. rn'oiflii h,i ,i n, h Iimh i.H.Mrti.
f rm in its operatons by the ,Tece action of"
wingress, in passing the biljfpt.lheeganlta
tion of tbe Territories of Kansas fnd Nebras
Retthtd, That tbe Administration of Frank
lin Pierce has been directed by bigb, pure
national cunsiaerauons, and nat exhibit
proofs of a wise, liberal and patriotic pol
in 1 1 ii ms snown useii true to the
..os u,, i
crat nrini-inlpa nt l,fl.MAH .n 1 1. . i..
leaders ol the Democracy of the country, and
a ,"' . '
tnereiore weeonynue tofepose in it the most
unnmned confidence! and, to enlerta n for it.
...-i.n . a.S.?....i .j -J! , ' .""
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warmw leeiing oi quachment and re card
A Hellish Outrage—Attempted Wholesale
Last night, at about 10 o'clock, the inhabi
tants in the vicinity or the Marine Hospital,
corner of Weatern rov and Lbngworth-street,
were aiarmeu oya loud explosion, and ffmrilv-J
arterward an alarm of fire was raistd as proJ
ceeding from tbe llospiul.. tUon enteiinal
Lu '. in?,e.7T' Mr-.J'.
heard, a sight met the view of, the
whicn beggara description. Tbe urnituri, of
1. a ... .r a. 1...1 . . . .
uc muw, anu oi iu ueu mora mapimtig, wi
noise of e explosion wss first
,hi m.f ...;... r ,u .
the. apartmento riddled as if a. battery 'A
iron alugx,. and the mangled ndmutiiatd,!
wuira.oi inr.: auison and nis wile, lay, one in
the front and the other io the back room
The lady had her arms literally tarn from her
body, ber akull dreadfully mantled.' tha fl.k
being torn in rilg fram her face arid breast
v ben we left, L'r. Langdon wss in the aoi
ami.utaLinr what w lft r u. ..
NotwitbsUnding, however, lb? horrible I
fenngs she must have experienced, she an
peared to be perfectly sensible, and lliienr51fEiir.'
- ... .--i ... ..i.vu Vj vnuac in at.
tendance, lor water. Mr. Allison's entraiS
were prolruding.fromi lhe: abdomen, perfectl
mangled, his lace burnt in s dreadful manner!
and altogether bis appts'snce wst shockint
behold. He Wat atteuJed to hv li nJ
ker and Judkim,and while they were endesv. I
1 II IT In a.lmini.l.. h k!m , U. . . ' I
w .uuiiiihii,i iu uuuf iuo wmcflCQ mafe
nit..n. .....I, . ..tlr... .. . TT
..vu. in.ciii. c.viwiiitu . n nw ia ,ht.
have never done wronc to a human h.;..
Most pro ably before our readers fiance ifl
. . . i . , .I. . ... . i . . ... h i
aiMiuiu ui iuii caianronne doui k.
dead, and it will be. mercy if it be so, for
.Hv.. vuu,,i(a wiiuv .u, cAwieiKe must be
terribe. . T
A few minutes before Ihe exDloaion .x
place, some one runir tbe bell of the Mia
lijhment, tnd upon the door being opened,
w-t htnded to Mr. John Ba ker. hmt ri
me rnncipai, wbo handed it lo the Stew."
ardess, Mrs. Allison, wh'stook it lo her room
then the explosion occurred. , '
The fatal box cont .jned a bomb-thell or
torpedo, and waa doubtless meant lo dr..
whole premises and its occupants. From
fragments found, .we judge that the. infernal
machine must have been about six Jnrh ;.
diameter. The fiend who planne'd this dia
bolical act ba( at present escaped. But the
ery of an enraged community ia on his
Cia. Enptirtr, 27l .nat. . "
CT"iW,' who corresponds forthe Batlimort
from Washington,' says he knows oft
secret, organisation stared lo tha) city, to
which some fifty members of Cancreu have
in, hi well as many outsider,, of inHa
nea und Inlerity. ' .' ,' ,;. .!
NEW BOOK. Home for the Million! on the Peer Man's
Home and Rich Man's Palace; or the Application
Home and Rich Man's Palace; or the Application of the Gravel Wall Cement to the
purposes of Building.
BY GEORGE BARRETT.
oc h the Utla of' very Bfatpm.tjt,
of sixty pagea, gottea oe by be pablitbiag
house of AtB mla mnA it u... ..T7
CincinnatL' " " "
This book it destined io'rrr.lni.'Iii..'ii,.
entire method of building houses, lo make tv.
ery man hit owa architect, to secure even
dwe ling agsinst tha rxvsgee or fire, water.
and lime; end to enaura a oaiCri.kL.
t leas than one naif the ordinary eipenae of
buildm. i . , '
! The materials for the," wall, are simply rrav
l. er amall stone, eoarse sand and lime, which.
wnen united, become rh'a short time es hard
aa eommoe roeke -AndThoafirinr..iii t .
common laborer ia all. that m.mAA i ...
slruet the finest hoose.f From- two to four
HI,; ."i!?r ..o,Z
. . ?.!, "N hmt Uowl.d curbing
aie all that need h mj.j".. -
of ahy siw orfbrm. - - . ;-(.V'""nC
In every instance where. tfiWsrt hat been
ried, it hat given the moat perject satisfac
tion, both ta to beaut of ini... L '.
comfort. In proof of thia. theje.der h ra.
fcrred to the splendid mansion SUao. Ban
nrrr, Esq., Spring Valley, Gfetihonnte, O
An illustration of which miv hm tmiA
aite the title page ia the book. '7
Let ev.ry man who expects to bo ih) e bouse
at me smallest mim. nri n. k.. . ..
for sges,gettbis wonderful book, aiiiby read,
ing it twice over, he may be prepared to build
a hoUfe fof himielf hu wj:
little onri so V. m.u i . .
h.rt . . V """una oeuna in a
short t.m. to n.troduce a new era ia house
building, borh in town end counti It will
learn you bow to make houses, -fcnees, and
,Ut Ju,ld'ng nt will lart while tta Cid
ludt. By all mesna get this book.
O" AGUE AND KEVF.r? r ii. '
stsnd.ng cured Mr John Lengd.n nowf living
st Beaver Dsm.Htfiover County, VaJ acar
Richmond, had Ago. and Fever for .three
vears. moi of ih. iim. k. v.., .......
1 i - -" nu cn uia .twice
a day and rarely lesathar)nce-he waa parched
with fevers as soon as ihe-nhili ur -. .
after trying physicians, qufiaine, most f the
LZ i ,i I- a !nu ev,"Jt thing com
mended tO him WSS Sboilt to riwmli in A..n.
when Carter's Spanish miUure'waei'pexen of.
he KOt two bottles, but before be7bad. used
more than a sinate one. h .ai ..r..n.
cured, and has not had a chill or feveV tince.
Mr. Longden it only one out of thousands who
have been benefitted by thiagrtttwiio,altera.
tive and purifier. . s
See advertisement. ' 'v
June 29, 1854-4 w, . !'"
CTThere are few tbinrt wffieh afT;,r,l ...
greater pleuure than pitting down- ft w.ite a
me ceieorated HooflandiSernun Bit-
tert, because we are full Aran eUMia tu
conferring public benefit, and our heart tella
us that many have been induced lo take these
bitters, and been rescued f ont death by Dys
pepsia; liver complaint, 4c.,Tof (he 'cure or
T . X'.' " " PreP,re, and sold
only by Dr. (C. Jackson, at the Germdh Medl-
Sit A,ch ,,recl
ITDon't neglect a bad eold, it may 'speedily
lesd you to the grave. Get a bottle of Stsbler'r
Anodyne cherry expectorant at onee-M afe.
f.we niIot found wsnting. Many
--.w wu iiiivxiiicu or iim pom Do
F11mn. HmH ,l in ,t..t. .... . ..
rsition, Used it in their nraeire. am) h..
feertificates recommendinf it in Jba JiirhMt
manner. It to the best renreS- knnm-TtZ, ,k.
fecure of colds, hoarseness, aneV other forma of
coiot, oronchrtit, atthnih, croup, eon
sumption in an early ttage.and roritt relief
the l aiientewn in the advtneedNatages of
alev' Bee edvertitementltinolh.
Jtia os the agents. PricToTeaohnl' '
m k Pfrt00IIei or six bottles for 92 80.
Mmsha 11 ft neh.r. a. r
Ohio. " "S""". wn.
MyeTt Cxtract Of Ruch Rose! ha. i...
wuico, iu rcmirxaoie as to call
orth hundreds or Unsolicited lettfrnomali from
those who owe their restoration r h..u.
iUuae.' It is worthy of notice, thai theaeare
liom imaginary individuals, or from
in some remote part of the couniryj but
persons of high respectability and ine...
ence, in the vicinity where thev reside. Read
certificate of Cbanneey Jerpme, Esq.. tha
Clock Manufacturer.' '
mr. A. B. L. Myers': D.f r:, ,, r.
eighteen months since I was sere ely srBieied
wi:iwi inu inoigmion. . 1 eted one
bottle of yoor Compound Extract of Rock
and Ssrsapaf ills; and feel it has eomnle.
on cure. ; WW Haven, Sept. . 1861.
a'"' CHAUNCEY JKROMR.
, v t
For Sale bvJ. P. Brookina C.A V.in
nd wholesale bv Wm. K.,hl ; . vjL.I
Agents Cincinnati, t). " '
jane zer tWt
CINCINNATI AND EATON MARKET.
Uvorracted weeklvbvR.S.Ciuiiilnh. -ki.i.
.d r.t.ii a:... u.i:."sr
and retail Grocer, Main st., ton,
ClNCMII.n. , ..TO
i.iau ArLaa, ai:us
FrHtgt, . 8!ZMl
BtSSWll, . S01S
. ' ' - 80
Cattls, jj7 00f8:6o ' EATTia,
Shsbf,. . 1;5035:00 BHaas.
Rm. aty.amliB.-.? -
aapottiBf, 468noeitie,r KJ8
:'8X9io ftas.- elo
CtOVli, f S:lV5:40 Klumi. S.l.anii.iiA
Tiiravaf, 3:50(a:00 TiMOTBT, s60(sioo
Vttf, tl:0lr45 aw. , , j.-w -Ma
FOTATOCfi ;, ;.60ito , PoTAvoaaV . . SflarA
8oon,' -. -i 8k5, ISooab. . .... BVrffiT
Extra fine "
... w.- . "i1 li'-r.
- Jftofulldo.1 v,to88
THE subscriber inform thg'pribile'Hnel he
will, furnish .on shorj notice any quantity of
Building Stone, such aa can., .ill. W .i.,..
Cal at.itje-weU known Stone' .Quarry of
brwroan & Young, 2, miles fmmlafon. oa
meMw, ours road, J.ttj. BEANNAN.
June -4,1064. . , ,
THOHAS ,WTSPRAG1J1? Co.
SEW FORI CLOmiEIU A falLOSS.
11 J Main Street between 9d ck 4th ttreeto
; Ci'ncjiiaATi, Ohio. .
CLOTHING AT .WHOLESA Lt k- RETAIL
. , 'ViVTermsi-ASIJ
Cstkokipig ana ctwwmjg Xobacto
from eonnBOB to extra MYendisband fiat
tut.forwiebf-v ' " I. TAYLOR.
vi J4j. .flffc .'v;-. t-. ..