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THE DAILY PRESS,
HENBY, JlKJfcClj Ac CO.,
. WKDNHftPAY APRIL; 4
Special Party Efforts—Connecticut.
The result of the election in Connecticut
pretty well lllnitrntee the Tnlue of special
i party ' effort. For month or two now, the
State hat been the scene of one of those
artificial exciteftientl which politician) are to
deairoul to raise, and to whose efficacy they
attach, so eiagfreratcd aa estimate. Th
leaders of the Democratic party had, for
some reason other, made tip their minds
thfit it was of Otteedintt importance to
"carry" Connecticut, at the spring election;
, and so to carry it they rcsolately sat tlicm-
'-sHres at work. Hojfe stinil of monoy the
first thing a party machinist thinks of
were drawn from the pockets of officers
present and prospective, to be expended in
absidiilng troops and providing munitions.
The flash orators of the riarty were brought
lrom all parts of the Union to the scene of
operations, and set to haranguing, with a
disregard of sense 1 and probability truly
heroic. The newspapers were fired up with
a double portion of venom and mendacity.
Bands of music, and barrels of, whisky, con-
' gregated from all quarters to enliven the
proceedings, and spirited-, meetings, grand
rallys, stunning processions, and stupendous
, demonstrations, strode, into everyday life,
and usurped the place of common transac
tions.. ,t What one party did the other imitated
I Sins was Joined upon every device and pro
ceeding. Orator answered to orator, plot to
plotjconuterminetocountermlue, falsehood to
falsehood, and demonstration to demonstra
tion. The State was on fire with illuminations
and excitement. The people were almost con
vinced that the politicians were in earnest,
It was thought by some that great princi
ples were at stake, and a few were convinced
that "the welfare, it not the existence of our
common country," depended upon the result
of the election in Connecticut.
The election is over, and the result is what
in all probability it would have been, had
( things been permitted to go on in the old
way. If either party has lost ground by the
, excitement, it is the Democratic; as when
things are quiet, that party usually gains
something through the supineness of the
other. According to the last accounts the
Democrats are beaten. Their journals will,
of course, and according to immemorial cus
tom, try to get some sorry consolation out of
the fact that tbey have not been flogged quite
as badly as they were the last time, and so
forth and so forth, with calculations of cor
responding increases in the future; but this
amounts to nothing. The fact U that in the
light of the efforts made, the beat is as bad as
it was deserved.
The Annexation of Savoy to France.
Shall Savoy be annexed to France? Ought
Savoy to be annexed to France? Will Savoy
be annexed to France? Suppose that Savoy
is annexed to France what then? Upon
these points, our Americo-European politi
cians are in difficulty; and many and funny
are the conjectures in which they indulge.
Will it usher in great events upon Europe's
historic battle-fields? Will it be a signal for
Heaven knows what? Will it initiate rev
olutions or rhetoric cannon or common
peace battalions or . balderdash ? Who
knows? Louis Napoleon, of course; for when
1 a man has once got a reputation for smart
ness, be is supposed to know every thing.
Bnt then the sly rogue how close-mouthed
he is I
In this country, suppose such a question of
annexation were to arise, the party thought
to be the most interested would be the peo
ple. But in this connection, among the jour
nalists of the United States, who thinks of
Savoyards? Nobody. Of what weight arc
their opinions, the r interests, their prefer
ences? None whatever. Motu. le Savoyard
is to be transferred or not with as little ro
r gard to bis feelings s to those of the monkey
or the hnrdy-gurdy, which constitute the in
gredients of bis beatified condition. Our
journalistic politicians forget all about the
sublime doctrine of the rights of the people,
when they begin to chatter in Italian. They
are all about settling the balance of power in
Enrope weighing and determining the des
tiny of notions. What less than complica
, tions onimagined and generations unborn
. are worthy of their attention? ' -' '
There is one consolation. Probably the
Savoyards are quite as indifferent upon the
subject as our continent-settling eotempora-
ries. It is doubtful whether, If Savoy were
, annexed to France, three-fourths of them
would find it out, or If they did, would care a
farthing upon the subject. They have prob
ably less reeling about it than the old lady in
southern Michigan, who was opposed to
being sent off to Ohio on account of the fever
and ague, which she had heard prevailed in
the latter State. In truth the masses of
Savoy are not political. They know govern
ment only through the rapacity of the tax
gatherer, the tyranny of the petty official and
the devastations of an army. Who, in par
ticular, robs them, maltreats them, or mur
ders them, are matters in which not being
politiciansthey feel little concern. !
Between potentates the question is, Which
among several who have no title shall possess
this element of weakness? And if it were
o fixed that
"Tfcir who pick th qnamla 1
wr th only on to nght,"
it would be of little consequence how com
pletely they nsed up -themselves and each
other in the dispute. But the honor of war
' is in its cruelties to third parties. The peas.
' suit is a man. As much as a prince be bears
God's image. He has no native fondness for
being stripped, robbed" or murdered. The
soldier who fights by contract has no right to
complain if he succumbs under one of the
necessary casualties of his condition; but the
xoaa of peace who falls is a spectacle for gods
and men to bewail. ' , i ...... -
Phot, at the Book i Periodical 'stand,
South -salt corner of Main and Third, has
"The Facts, or, At Whose Door Dees the
Sin Lie? " proposing toantwer the following
questions- Was Prodtl by - Slave Labor?
Who Instituted the Blare Trade? What
have the Philanthropists Done? By Geo
Trends Train,. The book is writtea in
trams good nature, and in its facts, figures.
and statements, Is a good South-side view of
the institution. ':,'"
Til Intelligence was announced by tele
graph that on the receipt of the news of the
taking of Marin by the United States ship
Smntoft, Mlramon sent to the capital imsne
4iaUly, ordering Ootona to Issue a decree to
confiscato the property of the Americans,
susd prder them out of the country, j
The Dial for April.
JJht Dial for-April has been leeeived. We
have feelings of respect for the spirit that
prompted the publication of the Dial. Who
ever Insists upon giving utterance to tbe free
thought that springs up m bis bosom, has
about him tbe main element of heroism. It
sometimes requires more courage to speak
than It doe to strike.' Of the matter which
ltDial contains we may remark: Some
good, some indifferent. There is an affec
tation of singularity in the treatment of
topics, a (training after linguistic transcen
dentalism! in several of its papers, that is
bewildering to plain people. .
The empire of common sense is a very wide
cne, and until It Is fully cultivated there is
little necessity to go beyond. There are
those who think the Dial calculated to do
great injury to society and mankind; we can
hardly seo how. Its editor seems a very
earnest gentlemau; and we do not discover
that any topics are discussed in it thnt have
not been mooted pro and con some eighteen
hundred years, without producing perceptible
damage. The eart'r. teems quite firmly fixed
in its orbit. If it could have been blown1
from its course by winds of doctrine, it would
long ago have been on a distant journey; so
that whenever we hear tbe outcry over an
old new opinion, that society is in imminent
danger to be unsettled, we begin to suspect
that somebody's dyspepsia is a little more
troublesome than usual.
Tit CAxtoss. We confess the receipt, at
the hands of Messrs. Rickey, Mullory Co,
of The Caxtont, bySirEdwardBulwerLytton,
Bart., Llppencotts beautiful edition. Tbe
novel, the world has pronounced one of the
best; and the manner in which it is produced
is worthy of the matter it contains.
More Congressional Quarreling—The Van
Wyck and Hindman Difficulty.
The New York Herald' i Washington cor
respondent gives the following account of
the difficulty which occurred on Saturday
between Messrs. Van Wyck, of New York,
and Hindman, of Arkansas:
"There was almost s street collision this
forenoon about ten o'clock, between two
Congressmen, Mr. Van Wyck, of New l ork,
mid Mr. Hindman, of Arkansas, in front of
the national Hotel. There are various in
terpretations of the affair afloat, but the fol
lowing I obtained from an eye witness: Mr.
Van Wyck was standing upon the front steps
of the hotel, with Mr. Stuart, of New YorK,
and Mr. Lovejoy, of Illinois. Mr. Hindman
alighted from a carriage, and was passing
near the three gentlemen numed above to
enter the hotel, when Mr. Van Wick saluted
him with a bow. and the words How are you.
Mr. Hindman.' ' '
"The latter resented the salutation with a
movement of the hand toward Mr. Van
Wyck, which Mr. Stuart interpreted as nn
intended blow, but Mr. Hindman did not
reucn .nr. Van Wyck. Mr. Stuart stepped
between and mildly remonstrated with Mr.
ninuman, nnu ne desisted remarking to
Mr. Stuart that Mr. Van Wvck had nmrin a
speech In the House of Representatives in
sultinjr to every Southern eentlemun. and he
(Mr. Hindman) could not permit Mr. Van
VV yck to speak to him. Mr. Van Wyck, not
having been struck, made no resistance to
Mr. Hindman. After some little cnnvenin.
tion among the friends of the parties, grow-
rag oui qi me anair, luey separated. Uut ot
these facts hove crown all sorts of ruranra of
a desperate collision, the exchange of blows
and exhibition of deadly weapons, nothing of
Tkrbiblk Calamity by Futa. Tho Mur
frecsboro' (Term.) Telegraph learns tht the
dwelling-bouse of Alexander F. Todd, resid
ing about three miles east of Woodbury, in
Uunnon County, wns burnt down n low nights
since. A young man named Phillips, about
seventeen years of uge, who was spending the
night at Mr. Todd's; was burnt to death, and
two of Mr. Todd's sons young men were
iurnt very badly; one of them so much so
that it is thought impossible for him to re
cover. Mr. Todd himself, in endeavoring to
rescue the young men, wus very badly burnt,
but it is thought he will recover. The fire
was though) to be the result of accident.
Probable Abbabsinatiom ik Kentucky.
The other night while James L. Stitt, deputy
postmaster, in Carlisle, was sweeping out his
office, he was called to the door by a young
man named Ricketts, a medical student, who
drew from his pocket a pistol which he fired
at Mr. Stitt, the ball entering just beneath his
nose, and dangerously, if not fatally injuring
him. The cause of this rash attemnt nn Mr
Stitt's life was some fancied insult, which
did not warrunt any such procedure. The
perpuiraiorwas promptly arrested and lodged
The Ohio opposite this city wag slowly
swelling all day yesterday, baring risen up to last
ore ning some ten or twelve inches, leaving a channel-depth
hence to Lonlsvjlle of about ten feet. Ag
Pittsburg the river was rising yesterday, with about
Ave and a lialf feet of water.
The river at Loulm-ille was about at a stand, or
SHiWlT SWrlllii. fin Mfmilnv evtxiliis. with ... .
if Inchea water in the canal by the mark. On the
fulls there were fully three and a half feet water in
the pa"", nnd the l'nio, fur Croon Klver, safely de-
y-iiuuu , uk uuuie in ine evening. 1 ne weal Uer was
cleer and very pleusunt all day, but rather cool and
oloildy at nicht.
The fjambe rlund at Nahrille, Sunday, was "till
felling a little, with three feet water reported on the
..... . u nua ii. oaiuniny, was also tailing.
The weather yesterday was clear, wurm and de.
liithtrul, and continued ho Inst night, with some at
uiiwpherlc IndicatioMs of rain.
Business at tho Landing remained QUlet yesterday,
ami ottering, for nil ports were light, and murh infe.
nor tolhe tunuaxe In port. We uuote rates of freight
dull nt these figures;
Pi.tat.-Lottnii, Tis-J SI..laases. 7c.: Whisky,
V"c.; lour, 2..; Pork aud LarU.loc.: J'ouud Freights.
15c. per Inu lbs. '
. louu.-lIeaTy Pound Freights, JJc. per 100 lbs.;
Whisky and Oil, 6c. per barrel; Stores, .; Ale
aw. pur barrel. 1
.ium7.-Whlky and Oil, 0e. per barrel.
Jiwfci.i.WbUky, per brl 7..; Chn-er-seed. Hue.;
Alo.ooc.; Kloiir.fv;.; Pound Frelght,3uaw. per ion.
niira. rvnisay ana oil, ouc. per barrel; Pound
rrt-iuts, 9K. per llai pounds.
PrAwns.-Wliiiiky and Oil, SOC.: Fl,
aud Apples, 4.c.: Pork, 7ic.; Bsc
id other Pound Freights, SViDoc.
Flour. SOc.: Po
lacon in hints..
y , . ....
Vi3oc. per luu lbs.;
Ksg Lard, lac.; Homos sio per bead.
Boat gotn.-The steamer A. W. Quarrttr was sold
yesterday to sptalu Ileily Jone.. for it,n, for the
Memphis and White Klver trade, in which sht Kill
The Aarkansaw Traveller, that sunk In Ark.n.n.,
has broke In two The greater portion of her freight
Is out on the bank. The Castle Garden, which re
cently sunk at Ca ro. lie dry on the levee and is
being repaired, ready to doat oft with the next rise.
J j damsged corn In her bold I being taken out,
aud will be sold.
From Cairo to Memphis th. sand-bars are both
numerous and dimcult to get over, and a fleet of
boata reported aground In that vicinity.
We learn from the New Orleans PieauuM of last
Friday, that sua Colonel T. H. Hudson was sold by
Colonel Walton. The price paid was S5JMM, Captain
A. (i. Harrison was the purchaser. ""
Yesterday's Hi. Loeis Dsmoei at remarks:
Ths Tir was stationary hers yesterdar, but a
further rise la expected before long. Captain La
mothe, of the JoV Ifoi., telegraphs J Oeneral
Banney, from Cairo, that he found seven fret full in
the channel, and rising.
i.nwiuiiBwi is aaoui lour feet nine InehM. nn
throtwU to tft. Paul. I'bit it wry itifactorr to our
merctiaau. and murt be alto to the Upper MiMiMiurri.
w)io are very anxiuua to got their produce to fliU
Tha IlllDoli U gattlnf down to a low-watr tUm
Uadtly. Two or thre. Lu hava bT afoud S
IS thlrfft iV-ihttf wiU uttw 10 briu
mill! iS t" " In bmd ndltlon-.full of
w2ffSS't.?brfi tUn tld nd af feet to
n1e.k7lc&l,r MiMtwInf wlud. and
"-i'liaan. Altamont. Ml. Louis: SaMrisvull:
b Htrader, Louiav Praifi. k lli'
UtMrtMJuJ. a. i - ' .
The Last Gothamite Sensation—A Sermon
The Last Gothamite Sensation—A Sermon to Thieves and Harlots.
Rev. Mr. Corbett, of the Methodist Episco
pal Church in Greene-street, ftew York, de
livered a sermon, on Tuesday evening, de
signed for those classes of the community
(male and female) which are generally re-
Serded as neyond tne pnie or religious in
oence or moral sentiment A large eon
eotirsft, says the N. Y. Titnu, principally of
gentlemen, was present, and, crowded the
church to Its utmost capacity. A large num
ber of detective policemen wero in attend
ance, and these, at the close Of the services,
Informed the reporter .that, so far as they
could discern, there wero not more than
twenty mii syfof either, sex present.
The exercises were commenced by the sing
ing of the hymn, "Lord, we are vile and con-
XA In .in "
inn was louowca ny a prayer irom ine
fiastor, invoking tne Almighty to aircci mm
n the discharge of the dutv he had under
taken, and begging that the hearts of bis
hearers might be inclined to learn the way of
salvation. Another hymn was then sung,
and subsequently the preacher read for his
text, first, from the fifteenth verse of the
thirteenth chapter of Proverbs: "The way of
second verse of the twenty-third chapter of
L.uKe: "Ana tne tmer mm unto J csus, Juora,
remember me when thou coinost Into thy
kingdom;' " and lastly, the thirty-third verse
1 say unto you that the publicans and harlots
shall go into the kingdom of God before you."
In disc-ussinsr the first Quotation, he nrcrued
that tho way of the transgressor was hard
because bis (or her) will, understanding, con
science, affections, conduct and condition in
volved a state of bondage, and that, though
that bondage might be realised or felt, it wus
nevertheless true that Satan bonnd the Cap
tive soul fast in bis slavish chains.
. HOME INTEREST.
A. A. KrtTBft, Clocks, WttfcbM fcud Jewelry,
Not. SiS nud 271 Western-row.
Brinir your Job Printing of every description
to the Dally Prom Office.
W At Afplkoate'i new OtHery, cor nor of Fifth
and Main, Picture In food cam for twenty centi,
Merk the pUce entrance en Fifth
Joi Pbintiho of every dntorlptlon neatly ex
ecnted at the Pme Office. Particular atteutlon paid
to printing election tlcketw.
mw Ball k Toma. At No. 120 Weet Fourth
treet you are sure to get a good llkenem. Thii fact
It established beyond dispute.
OfB- W. V. Windki, Hoiiae and Sign Painter, No.
120 Third-street, between Vine and Race, or Box S3.
Mechanic! and Manufacturers Exchange, No. 67
VTakI Notice. A millwright, who thoroughly
understands his business, having hod fifteen years'
experience, 1m desirous of a situation. Good refer
ence given. Addreea " Mechanic," Prous Ofllce.3-aw
tfW If yon want a good Picture, call at the Nonth
went corner of Hixth'.treet and Ccntrnl-avc nue.
Picture, taken and put in nice silt frame for twenty
Ave cent ; in canes for twenty cents. Bring on tbo
babies you are sure to get a good likeneu.
S" Ornamktai Coarosmoif Wosn. Tlio.c de
siring ornamental composition works, or gilding of
any kind, would do well to call on Titos. Down, Kn.
17 Bast Fourth-street. Oval Frames, of all patterns
and sites ; Gilt Moldings, Ac. Be snre and call.
Ths lMTia-4J.tioAt.-MeHr. Bohan A Tie
mam, at tho ' International, 8ycamorettrect, op
poaita the National Theater, tnrlte their friend- to
be prevent this day at 10 o'clock A.M. The pro
gramme Is complete lunch , blllianli, line liquort,
sic. Be punctual. '
W Dr. Gtoaaa DAiiia's Instantaneous Bk
mkf riOM all Paiv. It g Ire. relief from all pain.
Keuxalgiiait remore iu Ore mlnuten; Bheumatism
cured In orery inatanoe ; ifeadaohe In three mfuuto (
Karache In a abort time j Toothache luatantlyt Uack
ache, Latnbao, Colic, Cramp, Mpaaiua, Pain In tbo
Cheat, Premonitory Symptoms of Conaumptton,
Throat DUeaae, Bronchitis, Coughs; frr Sprains It
baa no equal ; for Bruises It Is infallible. It gives
relief by aubdulug inflammation, aud cauacs none
where it Is applied. In this roapect It d infers from
all other pain-killers. Mo opium or other unroot le
la used in its composition, and It is harmless in all
caites when used aa directed.
In this medicine, tho principal Ingredient Is from
a plant which I discovered ten years aince, wbllo
traveling In tha wilds of Africa. Ilet assured,
reader, that it cures all kinds of pains. This la what
It is prepared for, not to cure diaeanes. It acta like a
charm In spinal complaints, by bathing the spine
freely at night. In some caaea of neuralgia It must
bo used on the apine alao. For Cramp, Colic, Paine
in the Bowols, Inflammation of tho Bowels, Diar
rhea, Cholera-morbiu, etc., it can be taken Inter
nally. It never fails in thase complain ta.
JOHN D. PARK,
N. E. comer Fourth and Walnnt,
masMdweod Oeneral Agent.
CARTER. On Tueaday morning, April 3, at fl
o'clock, Mary France, eldest dawrnter of John W.
and Fanny Carter, agvd throe years, seven months
and thirteen days.
The fricuda of the family are respectfully invited
to attend the funoral from the residence of her pa
rent, No. 161 Uichmond'Street, to-day, April 4, at 3
o'clock P. M.
t E O T IT 11 E.-RKV. Witt. TAY
LOR, of California,, will lecture in Wea-
lev Chanel on TUUltSDAV KVKMNU. Anril ft.
Hubiectt "Life in Calirornia." Proceeds to go to
the Bethel caiue iu San Frauciaco. ap.Vb
I. O. O. F.-THE OFFICE ltd AND
HnmWn at AMKRKIAN
No. 170. 1. U. O. F.. will at. viW
tend a regular meeting, at their Hall. S-?
TH IH tWeilneiHlay) KVKNINO, April 'Sr
4. at 74 o'clock. ftr the mii-DOrM of nrn.
curing an act of Inurpuiation. hvery member is
experiea io ue preaent. juu.i t. Ilfca,
ap4-a i h. Times.) Per. 8 cy.
ATTENTION, CHTPANY B, FLY-
to attend a apeclal meeting of the company
at Union Hell, on Plum-atnwt, almva Hv
enth, at 7 o'clock on WEDNESDAY EVEN-
IWU, April 4. By order of tho Captain pro tm.
M James s. sicculloluh.
H. C. Hats, Secretary. ap3-b
aaKsk i-Ky fa achiiowedg d uy tlie inot minrut
phyviciana, and by the moat careful drugglnta
throughout the United State, to be the most effec
tual bliKHl-puritler ever kuowu, and to havo relieved
more aulTerliiir, and effected more permanent cures,
than any preparation known to the proffiHimi. Hcrof
nla, Salt Kheura, Kryaipelaa, Hcald-hcail, Bcalv Erup.
tiona of wbatsivever uature,are cured by a few bottlvs,
and the aystem restored to full Htrangth and vigor.
iiiimu tjApuvii. uirvciiuna ior ine cure oi in cent ten
iu otuer comii
trrupt aitd runui
with each tattle,
aitd runuiug ulcers, Is
given in the pamphlet wit
(ir Mai I A liV
rfonn u. j'Attri, ot
GtUKUK 31. DIXON.
X A CO., and
ft-PAIsMEtt'H IsOTION WILL PO
ffOSKWIIAT IT II KKCOMMENDEDTO.
Mariok, Ohio, December li.-Mr. S. Palmkr
Iar Hir: You will please send bio by axprtiM -
dusen of your Ctwmetio Lotion. The dozen 1
bought of you are gone, and the people are bfgin
ning to find that It will W what It ia recommf-nded
to. Youra respsictfuliy, W. A. TL'KNKY.
Mori than Trm YiAitt Aoo.-Cincinnati, April
3A, 1649. Mr. Palhbr: I addreaa you at this time
for the purpose of expreneing to you my gratitude
etable Coa metlc Lotion. In its removing from my
face au exevwdiimlv Biiiinvlno anil miriisrliflv aritti.
ki ma unBAiN'ciuu r?iiei anoruea me ny your veg
tlou, with which I have becu Hlllirte.1 during the
pa -it two years, aud which I tagan to think was in
CUrabb). All fliA nllVnlrlsiiiM f l.s.,1 risiisnilrsxPhnH
done me uu good, when I obtained a bottle of your
Lotion. I havo now used two bottle, ami it cured
my fine entirely. It has done what no other rem
edy has ever begun to do, aud I have trie. I a good
many, i maae invae aiateiueuu in Hopes mat it
y induce thoao who are altlicted a I have tnjeii to
maaa use nr the same reiueuy. boev-r wlthea to
aM ute will And meat any realdenue, south-east car-
uer of Klin aud Luiou-streeU.
HUM. HANNAH O. PATTEN.
Are you troubled with any kind of dlaoase of the
skiu, whether ou the face, hand, feet or other parts
of your porsojir procure at ones this king of all
remedies, aud not throw away your time, money and
health, by using second or third-rate article.
Prepared only by 80LON PALM EH,
Manufacturer and f reporter of Perfumery, 1
'' , . . No iVi Wtwt Fourth -street.
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cj n rTPL jiimt
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ur sale, wholimale and re
ir sale, who!
A. McllOH A l.ri A (!0 .
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ap-a " 3.1 Weet Faarth-street.
npHE SOUTH DEFENDBD-BEIMG A
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sariiy cxerciHO an imporiiint oearuig in mecomiui
tuilitfrjil Mtrnirslrt. wimI worthy tlm earn fill tMruaal u
all who will bo colled upon to discuss the merits am
"THE PECULIAR l'8TITL'TIO,,
0R( AT WHOSE DOOR DOES THE SIN(?) LIE?
Who Troflts by Slave LiUmr?
vv no j MittntiHi i ne autre -iraoe r
What bavu tho rbllautroplsts done?
Xhcsie Questions Answered.
BY OJC'J. niANCIS TRAIN.
One volume Umo Price 30 cents.
The author of tbla llttlo vrtlumo, evidently dla.
giiHted with the mlaroproMetitAtloua of Eufflinh
wriUra and American Abolition. t, haa roplii-d In
an off-hum! way to the nbm-o queNtiona. His propo
sitlona are boldly stated and strongly urged.
'this timely book will lx "nut" to tue Boutli,
but " pralmmoiu " to tin Abolitionlata.
PERRY & WARHKN.
No. 53 Central-avi'nue,
P" And comer of Third and Main.
SAWYER'S CRYSTAL BLUING,
at n it a k it Ac no. 11
im. F0UK1H-TKKLT, KWea a beautiful,
blne-whito tint to muaUna, liuens, laves, Ac, with
SAWYER'S CRYSTAL BLUE
Is the only bine that prevent clothes from turning
yollow when Lild away. .
SAWYER'S CRYSTAL BLUE.
Lndiee, call on your rmcers or apothecaries and
ttaln a aumnle. frco ofcharffe. If tbry hnven't it.
they can get It for you at DKAKK k (JO. '8, No. 11
If they duu't, we will supply
you if you will call.
At Its last meeting, resolvod to co-operate In the
call of a
National Union Convention,
AT BALTIMORE, MAY 9,
And to that cud rccoiuiueud the Americans and
Conservative National men of all parties of the Flint
and Second Congressional Districts, lio favor the
Baltmoso Convention, to meet at
Sixth and Walnut-streets,
On Thursday, April S, at 10 A. M.,
To elect one Dolegate from each District to the Bal
timore Convention. apS-o
A NEW DENTAL OFFICE.
Drs, Lane & Thompson,
I ATE OF NEW TORE CITY, RE
4 til'KUT FULLY Inform tile ptllAlc that tliry
have opened an office at No. !i50 Vine-street, be.
tween Hiilh and Seventh, whure they offer extra
orilinnry.lndncuments to dental patients. They per
ioral all operations Iu the line or thsir profession In
the most skillful and satlefuitory mauner, and at
aaftA.sMilcliane., and perfect satisfaction guar
anteed iu all cases. apl-Ew.
PIONEER FESTIVAL !
Melodeon Rooms, April 0, 18S0,
AT T O'CLOCK V. M.
TIOKKTS ONK UOLLAIll
Prayer , ...ttev. Samuel Hi-oane.
Oratlou - m Vii'"!;''',!"!!'
Ods.- W. W. yosdlck.
. BUPPEU. '
Olea Sonfs, etc Prof. Warwood, and others.
noKSIR ANBCD0IM MOUt COXTHSATIOK,
.W. W. Foadlck, Esq.
T ADIUH ANB
1 1 IT LT IU'lnTANT VACCHTliat Nu. liHT
ICihtli,tr..t I. mtw the must fut-hlnntiltle 01111111
ueul la I'iiximistl, ar any part of the West, for the
supuriur wmle of Uieachiug, Pressiuff, Coloring and
Finishing all kinds of Htniw llonueU, Hals, Flats,
Ac. Also (Jeiit).mHu's Hoft Kelt Hats Clmnud, lten
ovated and FliiLhsd, nearly equal to new, or dyed
bl.u k, If required. VV1MUH A CO., Proprietors.
The patrouaga of the public Is riapt ctfuily so.
I. nAIDWIN, ATTOUNEY ANI
Cnl'l.l.lik If LAW aud Heater Com
I 111. ouperior aim vuwmuu i .ww wur.ai
Bank Building, north-west
eoruer pi aiaia aua
SPECIAL NOTICES. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
J ' ' ! XgUsh Brussels
) y.V i V7 V
OF OUR OWN I MP0HTATION.
V 1' V 1 )
AIL GRADES OF THREE-PLY
.-AND- I,--'. , : "
A full and varied assortment. ; .
Cocoa and Canton
TABLE AND PIANO COYERS.
U.ng'H, Door IWCats
cft)Oi sdLbo A30
Ringwalt & Avery
Offer the above at LOWEST MARKET BATES.
NO, C9 WEST FOIBTU STREET
-AND- .' i : ,' '.
THE ATTENTION OF ;
Merchants,.";'' j': v .,; ! '
Railroad and ,: ;.' '
,;..,:,; Insuranoe Co.'a
:'.',. I if .( . .--'(
18 INVITKI1 TO OCR LARGS AND STJ
PEBIOR STOCK or "
' Plain and Ruled, Laid and Wove
For sale In any quantity.
Bradley & Webb,
AND , , .';' ' ;,.
Blank Book Manufacturers,
NO.. 135 MAIN-STREET.
ANDERSON, GATES & WRIGHT,
EAST SIDE, BETWEEN THIRD AND FOURTH-STS.,
CALL THE ATTBSTION OF '
XlooUaelleris, Drasoiot and
Country Merohant '
TO THEIB WELL-A880ETED STOCK OF
MISCELLAXEOLS & SCHOOL BOOKS
Writing Paperi, Slates, Inks, Envelopes,
All of which bar been selected with especial refer
ence to th wants of th Western Trad, and are
offered at th rery lowest prices to . .
t'ASU OB PBOMPT BHOBT-TIMB BCVEK8.
Anderson, Gates & Wright,
No. tl Mftlu-itrot.
TO CORK OR LIVERPOOL.
Call at th MIGRANT OFFICE, Burnet Hons
tliuldiug, cornsr of Vine aud Burnt-strat.
AVM. B. BARRY & CO.
aqrDrafts ou the Boyal Bank, Ireland, ti to th
IN THE CITY
T A ,,
Good 17 i o t ii r p
FOR TEN CENTH,; .,,
1 AT Till
GREAT-WESTERN GALLERY, 61 170 W. FOURTH-ST.
J. J. Butler's Exeelsior Fluid and Car
mint Inks, : ' '
mow FROM THE PUN LIKE WA
BLACK AS A THUNDEH CLOUD,
And can nerer be remored by the Foreer. Try
tlism. For salcttiullon,or .at o. a VINK-
BTltKET. . , apl-aw ,
A ri,in l'l,.r..iiM l.rM.m
rl,.r Malt VI....P Thl. VlliHCU-is Uf a liiiNit iLli.
Clous llavor. and Is aorlectlr fpe from anr mineral
substance. Fur sale V JollH BATKS,
, Kallvnal Theater Balldlnf,
ap3 )ymnioro-.tret. 1
FIIKNCII, Hl'ANIW" AN.U ITALIAN.-I,
U)ITAT.Dir, Pnil'i'ssnr of thu Hpnulli Uijl
versllies. alvaa I'rench and HDaiilsh lessons : and r
MONT kCuo, of th lolier.lty of Turin, Half,
gives Icsus In til. Italian aua Spanish languages.
Tti. beat of refelvneee can be S
Judge Btallo aud llou. W. M. Curry, of this city
ivvu , auiou fiui
Oniua Ha. U gaYeuth-atrMt. Usns Walnut
nd,Ui' , it aT.,W. r. VI ;l,
.iO.'i - l).'fc9. iu UiU I!
SPECIAL NOTICES. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
PB E R !
1XON sV C!HATriMTAK1l CIRKAT
pliniirs in onYrltift to ttio Wntlorn nd Soiitn
tntd tJis birB:t and iwnt H'Wirtmpnt of I'Rpi'r
r offcrrrt In the Wi-nt, coiiainthis In wirt of Lerticr
raprra, r mi v r wmni , irt-imr mmi "-
morotivl Not PftpeT, pUtn til ruled 1 Pncket Pnats,
Volio Poats, 'oinn.erc.Al Lntter. Ioiil,lo Flat Cap.
Thitrd Bill-htnd Priper. IIiiI.mI ltlll-hrai. Paper,
Bank Folio, Bond PuptT, French Folto, I renrh Lt-t-T
Paprrn, llubbKid'a CtTtr PnpTat at rodncfd
prlM: OolnrM Prlntlns: IhiiMH, Llthirraph l'ar-r,
Htenmboat Bill Pnpor, Pntfiit ManllU Pttpr, Hllk
Pnpar, Hardware Papor, Ctntlta and Start h Paprr,
rtt"iu I'aiNrr. Bliui and White Soi'llltr. Papar, lllw.
White anil Brown Bonnet Bosnia, Kla PiP-r,
Vrii.trr.rl Mrl 'itt TlMliat l'iraP. TlHIW PhIHT. White
and colored. We keep countantly on band ft Urge
aaKortmmc oi (
BOOK AND NEWS PAPER
Ererr slie, quality and wolglit, made to order oa
' ' ' ' ' ' short notice. ' . ,
Manilla and Trapplnc, from So. 1 to Inclnalre,
Nos. 77 and 79 Walnut-street.
Has been removed to
No. 88. West Fourth-street,
maJT-bw ' OPPOSITE TH POSTOrTigE.
. ; -or-
FOR 1860 NOW READY I
J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
NO. 149 MAIN-STREET.
"An Inspection solicited. m16-sm2ilp
A FRESH SUPPLY
JUST BICklVKB, AT
A. A. KELLEY'S
GIFT BOOK STORE,
No. M8 West IPonrtU-arlreet,
. (Next to Smith A Nixon's Hall.)
A SPLENDID OIFT WORTH FROM SO
CENTS TO 8100
Given With Koch Book Hold.
Bold at tha lowest retail prices, aud many for less.
Will satisfy all that the place to buy Books is at
. . t , I , . ' A. A.KILLIY'8
' ; ,.,' : '. OUt Book establishment, 10
ois20 No. Ii8 Wast Fonrth-etreet.
NEW AND IMPROVED
.1 ... ,.. v. :, 9.1 r 1 .
SHUTTLE OR LOCK-STITCH
rfHIB BEST AND ONLY MACHINES IN
JL t)i market bo I table for all klniU of manuCactur
iog purpoatMt at th
LOW PRICE OP 850. --
OBOVBB & BAKEIl,
SEWING MACHINE CO,
68 WEST FOURTH-STREET
O Hi OCKS!
THE SUBSCRIBERS WII.T, REMOVE
to tlielr new store, curusr of Fifth and Euu-
sireeis, eany iu April,
ADAMS, PECKOVER & CO.
DE 3X o v e i .
, A. C. PAURY,
Tin-plate and Sheet-Iron Worker
' Has remoted to '
A GENT FOR STEWART'S AIR-TIGHT
xm. summer ana winie:
. Niimmfir mid Wintur (Juukina-stova. A1.0 aiient
fir Carter's Filtering Hydrant, where It may be on
Jubblug dou with promptness and dispatch.
GRAY, HEM1XG1UY & MOTHERS'
i MAMUFACTOBY, COVINGTON, KT.,'
WAREHOUSE, CIN., 6.,
, No. 20 East Columbia-street.
MANUFACTURE AND BITPFLT THR
trai at tlie mt roaktonablfl pricus and va the
moit accomodatiug toruu with
v; ., OF SVEBT DBSCBIPTION.
FOR OIL, FLUID OR COAL OIL,
.. i i AND TUB COAL Oil, DBODORIZED.
N. B. Jones's1 Improved Lsmps and Burner for
sale by our agent, J. BBLLBKis, Corluglou, Ky.
Lilelt-ay , .
1 1S4 'PUtUiaitreet. '
' ' ' '
, I.,.. 1 t !' 11-
I All RKCKIVINO DAILY, BY KX.
PItEHS, the very uuwest styles uf Uohnsts, It is.
aoKS, KaRtfcH ' Aaririi-iAL FLowsas. Chilukrn's
Hits, Bushes, Caaru, Blokd Lacs, Btsaw Taiu
KM, BoMnaT Fuaiu aud AliLimaay Uoone,
" " ! Wholegalo uni Retail," ',
''m'"'' ':- KO. li FIFTH-BTBKKT.
LANE & BOD LEY,
1 AND CIRCJUIAa SAW-MILLS.
iVnsr .a and W-s(rs(,. (Mctnnttl, Cfkif,
j-i .tm '"i ..-..l ' . 1
,A:-j i hi '. ,AMi'.i yiuA
SPECIAL NOTICES. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
Wr II. Br aman & Oo.'s
The attention of families Is now for th first tlm
publicly asked by tha manufacturers to their new
They ban submitted it t trial and tb critical
Judgment of th host mechanics aud axpsrts, by all
of whom It has been conocded to b one of th
BEST MACIHXES IN TOE MARKET !
This Machine Is now put before the public on II
own merits, and will be fonnd equal to th most ei
penslve machines, in all th following particulars,
and In soma respects altogether superior:
1. In simplicity of construction and action ;
I. In durability and non-liability to get out -of ji
S. In th quality snd amount of work which' It
will do in a given time ;
4. -In the facility with which It will work on all
kind of fabric, from tho coarsest to th Auest
cloths aud textures ;
5. In tbo cas with which on can learn to nso It ;
. While with cheapness, combined with excel
lence, and In tho east with which it runs, It Is with
out a parallel ;
7. Cotton, sl'k aud linen cau be used from tho
Persons In waut of Machine ar respectfully In
vited to call and examine Ours before purchasing
Agents, traveling aud local, ar wanted to sell this
machine throughout tbo United States.
W. E. BRAMAN & CO.,
COR. FOURTH AND WALNUT,
ma.1l" . CINCINNATI, OHIO.
7. B. SltHTII & GO.
MoGuffby's Reader, '
1 1 Ray's Arithmetics,
ScKool and Bianli Books,
LETTER AND CAP PAPERS,
AT THE LOWEST PRICES
NO. 137 WALNUT-STREET,
BETWEEN THIRD AND FOURTH.
J, M, PICKERING
18 NOW OPENING ;
New Styles Dress Trimmings;
New Styles Spring Skirts ;
,,: New Styles Wove Corsets
. . k New Styles Hair Nets j
And Crotchet Snake Braid,
96 WEST FOURTH STREET,
CINCINNATI FUEL COMPANY,
COAL-YARD AND OFFICE,
No. lOB 32. XHIRTJ-fSXIlEIST.
Hartford City S?
AND CANNElT COALS-"
' ' Delivered at tho lowent market rutus.
VVOrert iollciUd mid prnmntlv nxecnted
: . V-aX'-jLji..,-- - . .
AI'.n,S,?lT. Jl,KL?,EY,, rATK.NTKK OF
,u llfVA P."'."'lr u " lv' cu lo found at the
offie of BIDDAI.L A EMEU80N, No. 07 Wi st
Tlilrd-street. . nia27
N. Weat Foartk-atraet, ,, ..
ABB NOW UKCRIVINO ADDITIONS TO
. . their lurae assurliaeut tti Watolies, Jsw.lry,
011 vru ure and Ulainouds.
AI.HO A . .n.'nt ,.f P1.IJ T. U.. ...A
vuuiTjr ana upera-Kia
AND CKMRNT. 100 BARHEM
Lluis, while aud fresh: 100 do. Loulsvlil
In store and for sale bv
AAU1IN A. ntlT.TER
No. Bit and 3 til MuliiHitreet.
-20 BAI.KMT WO-1HHII.
beauUss Baa's, Ulark Mills
t miii., in .lure nun ior
AAlinV A I'nl.TLU
Noa. 31ft and 3'A1 Malu.l,e.t "
fXTttA FASUL,Y FLOUk.-lOt) lIli'M.
M2A KxlraaaiulljrTIour, in store and lor sal. br
N iJJl, 819 and HI MUn-srMt. ,