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THE DAILY TRESS.
IIKNnY BKKD V CO.,
asmaa! A raornt areas,.
The Democratic Nominations.
The mult of the Convention at
establishes the Irrepressible . Conflict in the
Democratie party.' Two sectional organisa
tion are all there Is left f the party which
nvoM) an exclusive claira to to the term
National. It to not probabte that any -per-mam
at peace oan.he patched op between the
tactions; and, although there it a value in
the good will and fixture of the old party,
' lOnslstiBg chiefly when" out of power of
the name, which will be held by some organ
ization, yet it In not probable that the party
will regain its former prestige until the poli
tician prominent in this conflict shall have
killed off each other, and hare been super
seded by new elements and a complete re
organization. Thi dissolution of old political part ie and
organization of new', ha occurred several
timet in our political history, and it can not
be said that the prosperity of the country
has been in the least retarded thereby. . To
1 sure, these healthy movements of the po
litical system retire many politicians from
active Service and turn them nto fossils, who
thenceforth lament the decline of political
virtue which means the decline of appre
ciation of their merits and sigh for the golden
., days of the old Federal, or. Republican, or
Whip, or Democratic party, as the case may
he ; but the necessity for throwing this load
of politicians off from the system is the
cause of these political movements; it is a
healthy, natural operation, and instead of
causing any regret, is to be bailed as a symp
tom of recuperating energies.
The feud between the Hunker Barnburner
Democrats of New York is probably a type
of this conflict between the Northern and
Southern Democrats, which, however, It may
be healed on the surface, will have bitter
wrongs to be avenged so long as any of the
present leaders are prominent.
Neither is the loss of the mythical claim to
nationality to be lamented. A nationality
which, for years, has existed on a platform
with a Northern and Southern face, and
' which consists of State-rights and disunion
at the South, and in the North makes the
Union a thing to be worshipped, and North
cm State-rights, treason," is not consistent
with the equality of the States, and the sooner
it is disposed of, the better. We often hear
that Democratic principles are eternal, and
we are not aware that eternal principles de
pend on the latitude of the residence of their
So far as any question of principle or of
opiuion is represented in this division of the
Democratic Party, it is a mere abstraction.
The South demand a recognition of their
right to Congressional protection of slave
property in the Territories. Mr. Douglas is
willing that they should We it,' if-the Su
preme Court say that it is their right. By
what the Court hare said, it is known that
they will declare that this i aConstitutional
right. The Douglas men know this, but
ihey think that to pat it in the platform
now, will prevent Douglas from carrying
Northern State; therefore, they insist on
keeping it out. It is a mere question
party expediency, and the iiegro fanaticism
has been worked up to such a hight in the
South, that they will not consent to adhere
to the Democratic time-honored plittlbrm-du-
The secession movement is by no weans
unanimous in the South. If Breckinridge
accepts the nomination, it muy carry some
Southern States, and may be the means
giving others to the Bell ticket; but the
measure of support which the Charleston se
ccssionists received, is very far from promis
ing a united South, and the probability
that the Douglas voters will have a formida
ble organization in nearly every Southern
The split in the Democratic party has
naturally given great joy to the Repub
licans; but the sober, second thought will
show them they are not quite beyond
the precincts of. the forest. The Dem
ocratic split is in the South. We presume
that the Republicans did not expect to carry
a great many Southern States; therefore the
split will not materially help them there.
Then the main question is as to its effect
. the North. It is not likely that tlx South
ern ticket will make much of a show in the
North. Massachusetts may do something
that line; but when the federal officers
turn out at elections in that State, it is called
a large Democratic vote. They did not suc
ceed in getting them all ont when the question
of making naturalized citizens aliens
some years, wo up. In States where
. Democratic party is not a limited corpora
tion, not more Sonthern tickets will be bal-
loted than will be wanted to frame.
The general anxiety of the Republicans
that Douglas should not le nominated, would
. seem conclusive that they regarded him
the most formidable candidate in the North.
It he any less formidable because of the hos
tility of the South? When he entered
Illinois canvass against the Administration,
be almost carried the Republican party
him. It is common now to abuse Horace
Greeley and the Tribune for this, but, during
the Lecomutun contest, Douglas absorbed
enthusiasm of the Republican party.
contest with the South is now just as direct
a that of the Republican; it it better
to the popular estimate, for it is
the bottom chiefly personal. He appeals
to the same popular sympathies as the
The popular enthusiasm which
the brief auti-Lecompton rebellion excited
when Democratic orators added to their usual
' capital, bold denunciation! of the
of slavery, and ol'the arrogance
slave-holder, may suggest what may
done in this canvass, when the Douglas
can avail themselves of all
element j, and can appeul dire:tly to the anti
slavery sentiment of the North. Repub
licans who suppose that the split in
Democratic party has given them an
victory, will probably have cause for reflec
tion before they arrive at it. The split
.. probably defeat Mr. Douglas's election by
people, but it at least make him no
-formidable to the Republicans-, and it may
remembered that a change of a very
per cent, of the votes In one or two Northern
State will leave Mr. Lincoln standing among
the breaker of an election in the Houae.
Til Educational Monthly, for July,
been received. Tail magazine U devoted
educational topic, and contain abl eommu-
v., nination from gentlemen of thi profession.
Published by F. W. Hurtt Co, Columbas,
' ' monthly, at 1 a yaar-er '.,.-t .V ..i j
A Roman Catholic pap" In Toronto sAyst
"We iee a good deal in tow Frotcstant
The badneM of the Catholic
clergy. Lately Protestant clergyman-
Methodist one Rev. Jacob 8. Harden, poi
soned his wife In New Jersejr. Was there
evr a Catholic priest who did the like of
To which a Protestant journal of the same
place thus effectively responds!
: "We beg to suggest that the Mirror should
ask a few more questions euch as: Did a
Catholic priest ever refute his wife a new
bonnet? Did a Catholic priest ever refuse to
trot the babv round the room at two A. M.,
in teething time? Did a Catholic priest ever
grin When hi wife told him she had nothing
to wear?" ' 1
liTk rtkviattunllv f 1
are "The Christianity oi l
The July number of thlt Magazin e Is out
Christ," sixth article; "Schiller," "Tribute,".
"Tbo Psychology of Ghost-Craft," "The Pro
scribed One," "Dr. Kinbohrer and his Pu
pils," "Ursula," "Theodore Parker," being
the discourse of Mr. Conway; i'Critical
Notice." The Dial is edited by M. D. Con
way, and published at two dollars a year.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Sunday Evening's Dispatches.
FOIR DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE.
ARRIVAL OF THE MELITA.
Fartrkb Point, Tune 24. The Mrlila hat
arrived from Liverpool, bringing dates to the
13th, and via Londonderry to the 14th.
The Kangaroo arrived out on the 10th, the
Canada on the 12th, and the Brazil at Gal-
wav, and Aanattc at noutnampton on the
l'.'tli, and the Anglo-Saxon at Qucenstown on
The capitulation of Palermo was signed on
The Neapolitan troops were to embark
with arms and baggage. They are to encamp
till their embarkation on Montepelagrino.
The port of Castillamore has been pluced
in the keeping of the English Admiral until
the evacuation It affected.
A Naples telegram of the 10th lavs the
evacuation will terminate to-morrow.
. The troops hare already begun to arrive at
Naples, aud had been dispatched toward
Castillamor and Gaeta. The Neapolitan
troops in tiicily will be concentrated at Syra
cuse, Messina and A gosta. The damage by
the bombardment of Palermo was immense.
Tha treasury was destroyed. The Neapoli
tans committed great atrocities; two hundred
houses were burnt by them in only one
square of the town, as well as several Con
vents, at the moment of retretit. Women
and children who sought to escape from the
burning houses were killed. Cavini Palace
was sacked and burnt. A the retired, the
soldiers set tire to all the houses in their way.
Catinia was given up to pillage by the
Royalists, and then abandoned.
Garibaldi issued a decree calling all Sicil
ians to arms, between the ages of seventeen
Fifty vessels of war were in the roads of
It is rumored that France will consent.
Piedmont accepted the mediation proposed
by Naples. The conditions of mediation are
a liberal constitution for Naples, and a sepa
rate government for Sicily under the Prince
of the House of Gorben, subject to the condi
tions that (Sicilians give their consent.
It is said Mazzini has embarked for Sicily.
The Sardinian Government hat ordered
their Beet and all the anthoritiea along the
coast to apprehend him, if possible.
A Naples dispatch says the promulgation
of the Constitution, framed according to that
of France, is expected shortly. Garibaldi
bad addressed a letter to Sig. Bertini, author
izing bim to make advances or negotiate a
loan tor Sicily, or to contract any debt, and
adds, he has at Sicily immense means to sat
isfy all claims. The King's uncle is strongly
urging the adoption of the Italian policy and
Liberal Constitution for Naples.
The Neapolitan Envoy is on hi way to
Paris and London.
Ortat Britain. The Government with
drew the Reform Bill to the next session.
The British Admiralty stationed aship-of-war
at Messina, one at Marsella, one at
Palermo, and four in the bay of Naples, to
afford shelter to British subjects.
Lord Palnierston stated that he would not
hesitate to express to the Neapolitan Envoy
the feelings with which they regarded the
barbarities perpetrated at Palermo.
Austria had peremptorily refused to in
terfere in regard to the proposition of the
King of Naples, for the guarantee of pos
session of the two Sicilies. There is every
reason to believe that France will do -likewise.
It is unnecessary to say what were
the feelings of the British Government.
The Great Eatttrn made her trial trip,
twelve hours to sea aud twelve hours back.
The trial was satisfactory, although her speed
did not exceed thirteen and tliree-tourtns
ots. averaging twelve and one-half. It is
LrtiTiihWm re"h NCW
irk inside of ten days.
York inside of ten davs.
France. The Emperor leaves Paris on the
15th for Baden, to meet the Princess Regent
of Prussia, and other German tjovereigns.
On the 14th the Emperor wits to liold
grand military review to celebrate the annex
ation of Savoy and Nice, which will be for
mally accomplished that day.
Cotton for the three days ending Tuesday
littion for exnort. Market cloned with de
clining tendency, with but little inquiry and
prices weak; quotations irregular. The
advices from Manchester are unfavorable;
quotations were barely maintained.
Liverpool Breadttufft Market. The
weather is unfavorable tu the crops. Richard
eon, Siience k Co., report Flour firm, and fid.
(alls, higher Western 28s., Philadelphia 28s.
29s. Od. Wheat firm, and 2(,3d. better:
Milwaukie red 11. Cprn quiet, and 6d.
lower, with better inquiry: mixed 32s.3's.
Gd., yellow 32s. tSd.33s., and white 34s.
Uuef quiet. I'ork quiet. Bacon steady.
Lurd t;uiet and firm, Tallow steady and
quiet. Sugar dull. Ashes dull: pearls 30s.
Ud. Coffee quiet. Rice firm. Resin steady:
common 4. 5d.4s. 6. Spirits of Turpentine
dull at 34s.
London Market: Wheat upward, and
advanced 2(g)3d. perquarter. Sugar steady.
Coffee firm. Tea steady at 18s Bd. for
common Congou. Rice firmer and tending
upward. Tallow 52s. Linseed-oil 'iHt 3d.
Iron Scotch pig dull.
Money Market. There is a brisk demand,
but rates generally unchanged. Consols
closed Tuesday at. 93 on account for ex
dividend. Liverpool, June 14 P. AT. Cotton Sales
of two day 14,900 bales, including 35,0 '0
speculators and exporters; market closing
dull and unchanged.
Breadstuffs are steady. Wheat ha an Dp
ward tendency. Flour tends downward;
price easier, but not quotably changed.
Provision quiet and steady. Lard firm and
in good demand.
London, Thursday. Consol closed at 93H
93 for account, ex-dividend.
The Seceders at Richmond.
delegate in thi city, after canvassing
day relative to going to Baltimore, reassem-
blea at six oeiocx. mi evening, ana
journed till Monday. They are still decid
edly oppoeea u going to caiiimora, cotuiu-
as vne loafenura wjuarueu w uion
It should do so: they therefore await
Street Fight—Two Editors Shot.
Robt. Button editor of the Virginian, were
shot In th atreeL to-day, by ih brother
v.. a ii. .-j rj th.
UMU ITIVfc wuu '.V('i ' w. ww
Dubliean. One of the Buttons U said to
I at- ..it : 1 :f
morianj sua vua uiuer wmswumj ,iiijuacu
Both HttrdWLClil bare ben DUctd in M.
.J '.'Ui' -J'. ' -- '
Washimotoh, June 24. On Monday morn
ing letters will be addreesed by the President
the member of the Senate, summoning
that body to meet on Tuesday noon, for the
di'patch of necessary business, Which in
elude the Mexican and Central American
treaties. Also, several With Indian tribes.
It may 'be considered certain that the Poslj
office Deficiency Bill M lost, as there I no
probability mat a quorum win do present to
morrow in the House, to grant a conference
with the Senate on that subject, and even
were this accorded, the bill would not receive
the 'residents approval! snonio. ne clause
for the. restriction of the euspeuded mail
service he retained, such Is the present con
dition or the question. Tire soutf expenses
for six months, Included In that bill, amount
to about $7,000,000. -
Conirress naving passed a special law, ni
propriating the postage to the contractors for
the quarter ending with March, being a little
nvcr V1IVV Will nnvc w win iu.
, I . ,hi . j- ,ii ,h
neitt session of Congress. The Post Route
Bill may also be regarded as lost, as it left
the House. It provided for various reforms.
such as the transmission of seeds, cuttings
and blanks at a cent an ounce, and for dealers
to send packages of newspapers at pro rata
Tho bill to create a printing establishment
has been signed by tho President, but it is
snicl he will remove air. nan, me present
Superintendent of Public Printing, who Is
designated as one of the parties to purchase a
building ana material, rearing mat ar. nri
would give the preference in tb purchase to
Mr. W enueli.
Kaltimori, June 24. The nominations of
both tho Democratie and Secedcrs' Conven
tions, were received well here by their ro-
- -..: l .11 n..aM MflthtlHl.
aim is for Douglas. There was much excite-
inc nuiiu- i
nu nt last night about the hotels.
nation of the Seceding Convention was
tendered Mr. Guthrie' friends, as well as
to Mr. Hunter', but both candidates de
clined. It was understood that Mr. Breck
inridge will accept.
A challenge has been sent by A. Smith, of
California, to Mr. Nesbitt, of Illinois, who
was the delegate declared in the Convention,
during Mr. Smith's offensive remarks, that
if Mr. Gushing, the President, would not
protect the members they would protect
th cmocl Yofl,
A large number of persons went to Wash
ington to-day, both the friends of Douglas
and Breckinridge. Most of the New Hamp
shire delegation start to-night.
Destruction of a Roman Catholic Church.
Philadelphia, June 23. The Roman
Catholic (German) Church of the Holy Trin
ity, corner of Fourth and Spruce-streets, was
destroyed by fire this afternoon, and com
pletely gutted. The valuable altar-painting
of the -Crucifixion alone was saved. Loss,
about $25,000; insurance, about $10,000.
Loi-isviLLi. June 24 P. M. The river is
fulling rapidly, with four feet one inch in
canal. Weather clear. Mercury 74.
A Rare Rascal in Michigan—A Pseudo
Clergyman Engaged in Swindling.
A Prairie Roude (Mich.) paper a
date has the following:
Some of the inhabitants of thit city have
been "taken in and done for" by a precious
specimen of humanity, by the name of Al
len. He made his appearance here about
three months ago, assuming to be a lawyer
from Ohio, and secured a quiet boarding
ulace in the neighborhood of the prison.
Sporting a wig with flowing ringlets, gold
spectacles ana cane, anu maaiua; giouiuiu-
social position in several Methodist families,
tession of piety, be tuceeerted in acquiring a
social position in several netmnin lamnies,
uml alan an intitnnrv with nne nf the duuirh-
I , , . , . ,h.
tors of a respectable citizen attached to the
Methodist order. The resident clergyman of
that church, having faith in bis appearance
and professions, took the stranger to his
home, and treated him with the attention
that hit outward merits seemed to demand,
and who, by this time claimed to be a
preacher of the Gospel, and soon afterward
did occupy the pulpit of the Methodist
Church, also that of the Baptist Church, in
ttie absence ot me regular pastors.
A few days ago Ills trae character wag
made known under the following circum
stances: Ho represented to the clergyman's
family that his trunk hod been broken open,
and a check or draft for a large amount and
some of his personal clothing had been ttikeu
therefrom, and he accused the young lady
before mentioned of the theft, who, it ap
pears, was to and did not leave town on that
day for Chicago. He then borrowed of the
clergyman aud his family about $15, aad took
a hasty leave, ostensibly in pursuit of his
stolen property. This was nearly two weeks
since, aud he has not yet returned. W e learn
he has written to his kind host that he was
going to St. Louis, and that the trunk which
he had left at his frieud's bouse would proba
bly make bim good for six weeks' board and
$15 borrowed money. On an examination
the trunk it was found to contain nothing
value, though there were several masks for
the luce, spectacles ana wigs oi umereni
kinds, a ngnt norse-oriuie, aim a sniaii sau-
scamp, and knows
how to play the imposter.
Unfortunate Attempt at a Balloon Ascension.
Saturday's St. Louis Republican
There have been a number of balloon as
censions iu different parts of the country,
rprontlv. made bv "darino" and nintreniu
u.-ronant&. some of whom are ignorant of
I ,i, ' f'.. J,,.., . , :.iw. r. Thoma.
from London" who advertised to make
ascension yesterday from Lafayette-square.
The announcement, on three-sheet colored
posters, that thit celebrated aeronaut would
take an aerial trip und perform wonderful
feats in the air, aud also let an animul down
with a parachute,' drew a crowd of about
five hundred pereons to the place designated.
The balloon, a wofully patched up, well
ventilated little concern, called the Lwia
than, was ready to start at seven o'clock, and
a Quarter or half an hour later the celebrated
aeronaut from London, who, wo learn,
been doing acrobatics at one of our second
rate places of amusements, made his appear
ance, tricked out in circus clothes.
At the word of command the ropes were
let go, and the dilapidated old air-vessel stag
gered up into the atmosphere as though
was drunk. At the hight of about half
mile the intrepid royager stuck one of
legs out of the car, and having accomplished
this marvelous feat let off his parachute,
which a sick kitten was attached, which
to the ground like a rock. The parachute
naving descended, lta mammy, the balloon,
proceeded to follow it example, and (waving
off a distance of three quarter of a mile
so, jt came to the eartn.
Another Severe Storm in Iowa—Houses
Blown Down, Trees Uprooted and
Our city was visited by severe
storm yesterday forenoon, which blew down
Mr. Beckwith' new building, on McDonald'
bill, west of town, and another new frame
process of erection on the west end
Market; and alio another frame just ready
to be covered in, on M tin-street, South Han
uibal. The flag-staff on the Liberty-pole
th nnlilii: aauare wa arum tied short oft',
several locust and fruit tree uprooted
Market and Center-etreeU. The storm
tn hava anent ita meatest fury along
there, leveling several fence to the ground.
no 1 . t .Uia O win .1 1 t Vl w 1 1 If Vl f.
the burnt district, that it had not fully
gorged itaell late last evening.
The rafts, iraaing-ooai
th mouth of Bear Creek and tne harbor,
I w.r. aian blown about in wild confusion.
" . . , , , , r.
be and we bear of eonstaeraoie rooiing
J I itumnfMf. Ill rilttttfAnt tULrU Of Ulfi til
i www -- - r
I uanmow mwmt, .,-ui...Ju
liug several lences to me grounu.
The rain beat lu this oflioe, although a
so severely aa to
i rtumairft naner ana outer aructea ui luatiuuoi
n- r-r --v.- . 41,..(p-,. ,
the west walls, and theitiU ran
, I oi water, sownipwisity uiiiuj up .
between Market aud Center, in the rear
i -- . 1
(Hot hoa renovated ana repaired, 130 W. (le.
sMr Ulotblng renovated and repaired, M . Tblrd.
"tsnrr.iitee's cheip Pictures, HI filth-street,
a- For fine Photograph drop In at .. P. Bali's
Cilery, an West foutth-st., over Le Botilllller's.
rerPicntsM for tea cent!,
Hiuttt tiid Mtln. . "
or A. A. RYtrsa, floe, rkl tT.
oa. SIS ntl 171 Western-row.
mw ArFi.ltOATE'l mammoth Gullerr. comer Klfth
sudM.ln. Start the leo. ' ' j )-''
,.t ,! i . '! . i ' !
XT Kxamlus lh Pot.Tali 'at Ameeua'l.
eotnw nnh nd Main. Mark the placa. I Je-tf
ra-The tlneal, lanfeet an bert-arranseo! PMwre
(Mllerr oa nrth-atreet Is Oowas's, JJ Wont rifth-
10. . : .'A ; "1 : "'
ar If ou Want s imo Mctnre', call at the ontta'
wmt corner 'Of glith-etreet anil ntrl-Teniie.
Plcfnreii tnken and put In nice 1lt framm ir twenty
Are eentei In caeea for twenty centa. Brln on the
halilea-yon are ml to set a sooil IlkeneM.
HOME INTEREST. DIED.
n the morning; of the Nth Inst , at I
r a lingering Illness, Mnrr llr.Cal. I
Mcl'uilen, In the thlriy-eovfuth I
TIKWMAN.-On Bnnilay mornlnc June 2. tl2'i
o'clock, of coneumpllon, John Henry, ehljet eon of
John Hrnry and Lleelta Newnian, al twenty
years, erven months and eeven iya.
Tha friend, of ha (amlly ape rennectfullr Inrltea
tn .uenri the fnneral. from the reeidenre . of u
father. 47 Oano-lt., thla afternoon at J o clock.
elsht o'l-lwk, after
in ii hi
-i ...ill i.k. nlu from nor late rnainance.
Sixth and Culrert, thia (Monday) anornoon.at two
9ltKi Aftiomi Vs, t
a. m., wniM nm j mib itiihiiuti m
SPi; IAI. MEKTING
JNU, al 7,S o'clock.
Hv ornei of the
JlillN U. PA Kit,
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.CYNTHIA I.OB,.NO. 155,
ami A. MASO.V. will noiu a ape-
rial Medina: Ttll imonoayi nrci,,
.lime 'j.'i. In make Hrraliaeineilt for lavlna
!... nnvnsr...Ana nf the flPW Oftlhan Aavlllfll
llulldinii, June 27. Mcmliara are requentcol to at
tend fly order of 8. H. IllDENlHlK, W. M.
j2 (Uharge Enquirer.)
B-TIIK OFFICER AND MEMBERS
SfciSror MAGNOLIA T.OIK1K, So. ...i.
ITlTo. 0. are hereliy notlllod 10 at- ifP?
tl tl,A Henil.flnntlal Mlivtltie: TlMHirTA
(Monday) KVENINU, for tho election Ji),'f"
of oflU-era and payment of due.
jerv-a J. H. AVUKLOTT, Per. Bec'y.
.ATTENTION, OLD CINCINNATI
UHAIB,-An aujoiimeu mt-t-iiiia "i
e Grnyft will be held at tne wiinaui icu oaioon, ,
MONDAY EVENING, the 30th hut., at eixlit
Mtl.w.k. rr the Mirnoae of civlna the Committee
nnurt. and for the tranaactiun of olhor biwinaaa. A
full attendance ll delmh!e. Br onler.
jej4.b TUUMA8 IfHApKK, Chairman.
,PEItFt!lHKIIY.-FOR FINK CO-
i.niiNK wa rr.ii. euiiwr ovine unari.or
eliRiiully put up in bottles, call at the s'ourth-atreet
eU'fttiuiiy pur up in
PALMEH'8 SOAP DENTKIKICE
iHConipoacil of Soap and other article well known
for their lienencial action noon tho teeth and guina.
ltcoiitaiua no article that call poaellily Injure the
Wi'th, aud can oowaMjuetitly be uaed with ported im
puuily by poraona of ttllage..
Manufacturer and Importer of Perfumery,
jer No. 3 Weet fourth -at n.et.
Bf--aKF.NNEDY' BIKDICAI, DISCOV.
SfcCSf, KK Y la acknowleilsil hy the moat eminent
pliylciana, and by the moet careful drurgiiiU
tnrousnoui rno unneu omiia, w w. mo uiu.. .iin
tual blood-puritter eyer known, aud to have relleyed
more aulferlntt, and enect4 more permanent enrea,
than any preparation known tothe profeioilou. Sorof.
ula, Suit llheum, Kryi-lpolaa, Scald-head, Scaly fcrup
tlona of whataoever nature, are cured by a few bott ha
aod tne ayatein reeioreu to iuii .in.nBiu mm
rull and explicit diroctlona for the cure of ulcerated
oilier corrupt anu minima uicern, ia
itli cacti nottie. ror aaia oy
tont I fir a an
itUoii In th rutni nh If) t
JtMIN D. I'AIIK, HUlltK, KI'KUIKIN a CO., and
OKOKOK M. I11XON. Trice tl. aepis-ay
THE BANK FEN!
I JkA I'KNS, nnaurpauM'd fur hueuona lu mark
I aa-- FOliEY'H CELEBRATED GOLD
i dkj rt..a, nm
I aiidlT7Mllty In iiae.
All Pena atamncd with manufacturer' name, and
Patent Bank Pens.
Large Patent Bank Pens.
For al. hy V. A. PARTKIWUB,
Bookeeller and Stationer,
NO. I or MAIN-STIIKET,
jo24 uw BltiN OK FOLEY'S BANK PEN,
SPECIAL INSURANCE CARD.
INSURANCE CO., OF HARTFORD.
. MA Vf Nf3 RR.
AaftmcY of tho PbOB-
(iDaiiv. of Hart font. loDiiecttcut,
uotlco In hereby gtvon that Mo-nrs. R. H. H. M.
MAGILIj araappohiteil and duly authorised to con
duit the bminrtM of id Omeral AiiPiicy, in alt lta
brancheii. I jelM-f B. L. LOOMlri, Prenident.
at-SalM. MAGILIj E8Q., 1
IWar BlUNKDtlieUeiioral Agi
ufx lueurauce Company, of Hartfu
-W. r.. DUNCAN. DENTIST.
u.dTTin. lorta AaUHcial Teeth In all tha
uinHreni atyit'. now prnciivuu. .i?,n.iii.
waut of Teeth cau have their wishes fiflr met at
A II operations In Dentistry performed. my24-am
Read, all who with to get Rich !
A BOOK, CONTAINING INSTRIJC-
I tun B now CO maae a fortune iu a it-w uumu.,
will be aent to any and all pereons, on rwcelpt
their correct addreaa and tweutv centa in poautga
stamps. Adore J r. ik bitibr., Ageni,
jel-v-tf Box 1,44. Cincinnati, Ohio.
SOf'I AT. PICNIC-TO BK OIVKN ON
WEDNKBDA Y.July 4, at VULCAN UOVK.
The uuderslgued would respectfully Hnnounci
their rrlends, aud the public (enerally, that they
will ftive a Hocial Picnic aa stated above.
Tl.. n.mm..rfl..,i. and unlntoiid itKEItllir M A tlS II
lieen enKuged for the occasion, and will leave tha
foot of Walnut-st. at 7X o'clock precisely, and after
mukiiiii the neceaaary lanainjrs, sue win proreeu
the beautiful grovo, si u'ntaeu mllua iip the river.
A IKlllll 11. HTKVKSH.
J. JOUNSON, 8. V. IfAMMEB,
J. V. O. WKNTWtlltTII.
Floor MANAoraa. A. Harrison, C. Brotuell. 8.
Banas. J. tiardner, J. Yuker, J. Peteraon, K. Kazen,
M. Biaith, M. Broniell, II. A. Hamilton, M. Bolanr,
1). II. Morton, 0. Kohlmau, r. Blum, jr., B. Skill,
mau, L. t'ollio, J. Theobald, II. StoetTer, W. W boric-v.
A. Anachulta, M. 7.ii(ler, A. Patterson.
TICKK'1'8 ONK DOLLAU. , ,
Win. McDonald's Uuadrllla Band Is engasied
the occasion. jea-e
fJIIES HIGH HOHOOIi.-THK AN.
II N UA L EXAMINATION of the classes of thia
school will continue through MONDAY, TUESDAY
and VVfcUNEHIIA X, the mill, ann aim nu oi ouoe.
The Junior Claaa will give ail Exhibition of orig
inal pieces and vocal uiuslc on the afternoon
TIIUIIHDAY, the lth Instant, in IU hill, commune
lug at vo clock. llie urailiuiEiug E.xen.iss oi
two High Schools will be held at the ballot
Woodward High School, on Franklin St., com
mencing at P. M.,on FRIDAY, the Wth instaut.
The public are curdlally iuviled toatteudand par-
.l..l..u,a In tha AVu n, i ,.i.t I.H1N .
1 CYBC8 KNOWLTON,
je2IV-o Priucipal Hughes Iligh Hchool.
wm DIXEVS LWD fypl
r AND .
OUT OP THE WILDERNESS,
MKNTWH Art HA NOEMENT THIRD
Edition just issued. Price 2a centa.
JOHN CHURCH, JR.,
je 66 WEST rotlBTH-WT.
CANTON UINGER.-JUST KKt KIVKIf,
10 caaea Canlou (lluger. or aale, wliolnaal!
and retail, by A. MCDONALD CO..
)r2i 56 apd Branch U4 Weal tourth-st.
a. Mcdonald a co.
m. a.i.aimMia il.H.
1. uaska AllaoD's Al!. Kor lals. wholesali
30 and Branch S49 West fourth-it.
WHITE WINE VINEfJAIl.-JUHTKK.
tJlil V UD. n bils. superior White Wiu! Vln
I . . , .1 i i: .j , i.ii,V
new I a-. A mdon ALU 00.,
SO and Branch l4 West Fourth-st.
rivers I DOBRKfT EDITION -L.IFB Or
i eiuui. frios i. wil"u,'
of , , . ? 11,ilr..
jr.. . ..... . . . --.
"BC.tk.Xm for tlxo Feopl
DffJ'So, V-w M AND
NO.. 282 FIFTH-STREET, NUR CENTRAL-AVENUE.
: r.'i f:.
--- Jnst recetred tnd Ibr tststjr.. ' "
' RICIOBT, JHAIXORT & C0.,
NO. 73 WEST - FOURTH-STREET,
SOtJTHEY'S POETICAL WORKS A new
. . . . . . . ,.. i t ..A it. i. ..a I I M m n vol.
ill, tinlform with Little, Brown :'.' British
in..i tid k.jiaviats. 7ft rfntawl votnme. ... .-
BANCROFT'S HISTORY OF THE UNITED
MTATKH Vol. If J I-Being vol. 11 "i C .
Iran Revolution, uniform with the other oluino.
Trice. In cloth, 2 21 ; sheep, 1 SO.
DANK9BURY HOUSE.' By Mrs. Henry
Wood. The Five-hundred-dollar Trite Tale, lamo,
muslin, so cant.
tub WEST INDIES AND THB SPAN
ISH MAIN. BIT anin.mT iroiiopT, ";, "u.-i.
" Dr. Thorn-," ''The Bertrams,". "Castle "Ich
mond," "TIM Three Clerks," Ac, Uuo, muslin.
Price tl. !
A MOTHER'8 TRIALSA Novel. By the
author of "Mr lair." Mara, mmlln. II.
THE PHYSIOLOGY OF COMMON LIFE,
j), orse Henry ", snthor of " The Lin of
Uoethe,'.' eic. Two vol. l2mo. 12. , 'I jpJt-D
OHIO WHITE SLLPULR SPRINGS!
Delaware) County, Ohio,
OPEN TO VISITORS SEEKING HEALTH OR PLEASURE,
FROM JTJNfi TO OCTOBER.
. ..n, .Ao wuv trniTKin T 11 1 1.
nivr.if. r.... " VM ViT,i...Tir.T.7.l
Ml), per Lime nuanii naiiioo i i. L"""
Tlton and Dayton Hallroad, at Tl30 Al M., ?ia
per Mttle Miami
1 1 ..
Borlngtii.ld to WhlW Sulphur Mallon.
TickeU for tha Hound Trip, 86. per
Railroad, at i0 and 10 A.M. and II P.M., and
p..r Clnciniiali, Hamilton aud Dayton Kallroail, at
7i3U A. SI., via voiumoue w w.iiwiurei.
. .... ii.nr inforniation. addreaa
A. WILSON, JR.,
' Whlt Sulphur PoatofBce,
jeM-tf Delaware County, Ohio.
THE YELLOW SPRINGS HOUSE !
I FORMERLY KEPT BY COI MIUH,
' ie now open fur the rucoptiua of guesta, uuiler
tho direction or i ,
LATE OV PHILADELPHIA, TA.
Tl,e nreeent nronrletor wilt anare no pain to sire
entire Benefaction to all who may favor him with
i . . - ...,.-.,.. .... H.l. .1.. I nr m I n.il to keen a flrat-
claaa houae Tu very reict, and, by moderate
charnoa and attlct attention to the comfort of guenti,
to merit a liberal eharu of public patronage. Jo24-lf
PRESERVE AND BEAUTIFY
Your Teeth I
"JTStE HAZARD cfc CAHWKLIi'N FOKBIU-
mj DUNTA. a moat dellcloua Tootn-naeto.
It la uaod by the Dentinta of Now York. It con.
tain, no acid or auy thing Injurious.
it heaiiiinMi tne teem, inaaea mem anuwy wuue.
aweetens the breath and neutralises the acrid lecre.
tione which deatroy the teeth.
Put ud In huudimino Clilneae jara.
Sold by GEO. M. DIXON, N. K. cor. Fifth and
Main, and by JAB. B. GLASU0E VO., 8. K. cor.
Fourth aud Maiu. Cincinnati, Ohio, and manufac
tured by CASWELL, MAUK a CO., New Vork,
and Newport, B. I. jl7-bweod
CINCINNATI GIFT BOOKSTORE
NO. 51 WEST FOUB.TH-HTREET,
(Carllale Building, up atuira.)
noflKH IN EVERY DEPARTMENT OF
mM Literature; mine., Atnunie, schwiv 111 uie
gant biudiusa, auitable fur prenenta all of which
w ill he aold at a low price an they can be obtained
elaewhere, and a sift to each purchaaer Included.
Call and axamlna our tock, whether you wl.h
purchaec or not. ....
Cauloxuea furniihed jratl. on application.
Hi'OM lr-iw Ac Oo.
CASKS NO. 1 POTA8H FOB. HA1.K
KMWAKD 8CANLAN CO., Dnifgl.ta, '
North-aaat corner Fourth and Main-atroats.
EXTRA FINE FLAVORED BAY RDM,
For .aleln ouuntitie. tuauit.
vnwiun HiANI.AN Jk nil.. TlriurffiBta.
Northaat ouruer Fourth aud Uam-atreeta.
Price's English Glycerine.
rff PRICE'S GENUINE EN.
aaaVrVV GLIBII Glycerine, Foraalehy
KDWA UD Bt, AN LAN A Co., Druggist!,
North-east corner or Fourth and Maiu-.treota.
I "XI AUIT iuaomiits,
-araTTnn aPHKM flll.-BKKTNF.n EX.
JL TRE3SLY for Bowing Machines and other
machinery, oon.tantly on hand.
EDWARD SCAN LAN A CO., Druggists,
North-eaat corner Fourth and Main-streets.
Furniture! Furniture! furniture!
iriLi.iiM riBTER. Km.
I.m Main anil Hvramore. Ilea at all timea on
every variety of Household Goods, auch as Bofas,
Fancy Chairs, DivaiiN, Carpets, al! pattern!
and pricee; Oilcloth any width to Ave yards; Btovea,
both cooking and heating; all kinds of Office Furni
ture, Desks, Stools, Oltlce Tables. Iron Safes,
rlm-back Chairs, Ac. Also, 8tore Fixturea
allkimls, Counter 8helvliig,'8how-caaas, Bar
Ac. Billiard Tables hought and sold. Call
a'al" """" W. CABTEB.
INSERTED WITH OTt WITHOUT
TKAOTINU the roots. Sots of Teeth on
aa low aa One Dollar per tooth.
autoed aa repreaen
A II operations
8. WOOD, DENTIST,
Olllca 199 Waat Fourth-st.
Clear the Trn,oU I
MR. J. J. BUTLER, AGENT, CINCIN
NATI : Please send us emlay -eight dozen
EXCELSIOR FLUID INKS.
jol9-aw POLLOCK A McOALL.
j an Kxoculimi to me directed, 1 will null
MONDAY, the liitb day of June, 160, at leu
A. M., In the MiuniiCaual.atthe Klin-trm.t
the MlewiiiggiKMla aod chattel to-wlt: The
Colonel Hanna, bar apparel and furniture.
Taken under the Water-craft Law, at the suit of
jel3 e ' JOSEPH DURBKLL, Conrtable.
TUMI CHEAP BOOTH AND 8HOKH,
i.1 Lawil.V Heeled Oaitera,
11 ten M)Mloa nH)ti,
Ladlei' Heeled Hitppern,
CienU flue eewed Calf Boot.
Mimmm mid ilbildren'e Boota and Bhoeil.
Go tothe U'MtonObeapfiboeetore, 170 Fillh-flrent,
Between is l lit ana nace. myn-mm"
INGUHH K1IAU1WARE PAFER.-W.
U are mle Aft eutu tr tlie btmt KnRlUh liardwar
Pa Mr. nd bae on hand a full awiortnM.ntof
l,e and weishta, ta which we luviU tb
H tlatdware Veiei-H, uruugititfl, c. .
urn 71 and Walout-atreet
nlH.KD RII.L-IIKAO PAPER. -
retina ruled '1. 4. 6 and a to a alieet uf
uullty of Paper, Just roceired and for sale by
NIXHN A CMATKlkl.D,
ajae 7T and7 wainut-atraat.
M. ulteat A A HON A
. CUI.'l iOU'H.
19and J'Jl Maln-atteat.
Cl'BA HONEY.-'J TIERCES
AAUUH A. UULIEH,
je23 318 and Hil Malu-.treet.
rtt EXTRA REFINES
British Table gait. Vor sale, whulesala
retail, by A. MoLONALD A UU.,
jeta nn ana smon xw et i piinnwa
4 & DOZEN POTH
YANK ENVKLOPS VAPER.-100
mw !AU! ttuallty. ou nana auu tor sal! uy
NIXON A CHATl-lKLO,
FIRE-CRACKKRH.- UpO BX,H,
tirtMiraoken. A A RON A. COLTER,
HI! aill ao aifl naln-atrMi.
RTITe).-!IO ItOXEr) HAIHINH
Sit aud 341 Maiu-!t
V half aud euartar drums V.s, uhalf
ken Fruuaa. A A HON A
DEL AND & !
Wc fc ' I?Onirtll- t.j
Hv Jaat reeolTiie i
. 28 PER CENT. LOSS
m i en -xn ' a 11 T1 ST 1 1 . I
Whlrh Iher will offer at Mtrcmelf l jl i
IiOW r XX. IOBH,
AT 37S C'EMTW. ,
FOUL AIID GILES,
AT 3TX CKNTH.
A LAKOK AasMtTMKNT OP '
AT Vi'i CENTS PER YARD. '
Five and Seven-Flounced
ORGANDIE ROBES, ,.
XL a. o o'Ma ntillet m,'
i t X.AOB POINTS,
O rout I3nrg-fiiiis!
In LINKS SHKFTITfnR, intSff LIN KN8, DAM
ASKS, and HtlLKfcKKKPlMti UOOD8
10-4 riKK LINBN SHEETINO at 7c.
A superior Aeaortment ,T BLACK LACK POf NTB3
aud mAlllil'o,"M.e, nnenvi r. -ynvi-
T1LLAS, FANS, Ac, for Opora Uae.
' LADIKS' AND M1SSKSV
DELAND & GOSSAGE,
NO. 74 WEST FOURTH-STREET.
NEW YORK AUCTION GOODS.
CRIGLER'S SECOND PURCHASE.
MF.rlllOLFIl, H. W.-TORNEtt OF
Pearl and hyoanioro-Ntfl,, haa juet returned
r,.ni Viw York with an entire new itock. Bnrchaaed
at exceeditiKly cheap price., and for aale cheap, at
wholeaalo and retail., iu ina aaaurtmont win ue
CARPETS OK VARIOUS STYLES,
BLACK AND FANCY BILKS,
BARKOK AND BAREGK ROBES,
. LAWNS AND BRILLIANTS.
Brilliant, and Baragea, worth to centa a yard, will
be aold for ccuu. Also, a large lut of Hoeiery
HALF PRIOR. ;
Tho Wholeaale Trade Urf.iuo.ted to call, if they
want great bargatna. m. r. iii'.i.cre,
jelSw - B. W. oor. Pearl and Sycamore.
ADAMS, PECKOVER t CO.,
Have mmoTod the SalW-roum of th
ALLIGATOR COAL COOKIXG STOVE
i From No. 333 Fourth, to their ww toret
S. V. CORNER OF F ITT II AND KUI1.
, B. Orders uow re -eiycJ M onr new .-i .
Cornor of Front and CentraLav., or at our '- '-'
-" Jf3-tfl ' -
UHINfJ NEITHER WOOD, COAL.CH AR.
COAL, nor Uaa.
No Smoke, No Dirt, No Heat
To discommode the operator. Tho beat aud
economical pttmnier arruugenient exiuui. ju prao-
ical operation every day, ut II A.M.
HT County Kighta for sale.
A. C. PARRY.
Tin-plate and Sheet-Iron Worker
Has removed to 1
AOKNT KOIt RTKWART'8 AIII.T1UHT
Summer and Winter Cookiiuf-stovo. Also
for Carter Filtering liydraut, where It may be
biug don! with prumptnei
I and dispatch.
nfMCOVERED AT I.Af4T-,THR TIIART
OV IilKK, or UTie True Theory of Huproduc
tiouat Pleasure, or Preventing It, according to
HU ts.Klinhs.fi l.ium nf NnJiiim ' TltiaMA tt-ktit j liff
druu, and tboae not wishing them, will 14 ud thiebook
to meet their wUhee exactly. No medicine to
Prfctly healthy In all n-irH. Kent to auy
of the fJuitt d Htatee on receipt of 91.
Dr. CALVIN i alio Agent tor Madame Pe
Vnm.U Mnnthlv Pill. TIihmh Pill mxm iuvluable
obntructed oienieg. Lad iee vbould Dot une
during pregnaucy. as they will uauee mlRcarriages.
i per box, Kent io airy part of the country, by
onr nipt oi VS. Andre nr. ialviw, nnj
, .1.. ..I ...... a I iil.l II m M.. W.. t!-k
VIUCIIIIIMtl, ll!U. UI tb VIlllsW ilWl
treet, Iwlween Fifth and Sixth. mylT-tf
' Nrf REMOVAL.
THE CENTRAL BEEHIVE OAI.IiERY,
north-west corner Filth and Ci'lltral-iiveiiue,
a th tbe si.ni nronnetnra. HA IH son SVOHLins.
is not removed, kutilulnfc-aHourixhtliKUuetueaa,
the drones have left the hive and workinil-ljeeB
taken their plaies. Mr. Powers havluf bei-oiue
"presidiutf Keiiius." customers mar uow rely
receiving proper attention, and also getting
uuallty tf Pictures at as low. prices us any olh. r
lery In tne city. j.'o-c
ABTROI.OO Y, MAOAME BEM,
Hl'kCTKULLx announces that she oonnro.it;ea
business again, and can be fouud at her reside
No. 47. ou tha vest side of Jouea-street.
Liiiu aud Cutter aud Liberty and Waile. t here
foretells past, present aud future events by
palmistry, or by cards, to an tnoae who may
to consult I
her on the liA:k of busiurss, or auy
taking, journeys, lawsuits, love, oiatrlmonf ,
tery iickau, aurrect satlshtctlon will
Hours from 4 ATM. to t P. M. Prions lot
cants for running tha latter! on tbanjarae.
lnns I Fans !
UK S.ARGRHT VARIETY. IN
M. city, and at tery low
. A Great Variety of Paris Novelties.
1. LB BOFTTLT.IER BROS.,
' JalS-livif - 30 West Vunrth-atreet,
i u Jul HJ 72 anj s.ki u.i.jom
.nOI.DEN fYRIIP.-!IO BHI.H
3i aud 341 kUia-atrett.
....... ' W.10."iV? AT
illUM THK UATi -
VORK V AUCTIONS,
r T tAT M 0KNII 0 TH DOLLAR.
Organdie, Barege and Grenadine
RO BE S!
.. T i 4 i . j i
Tjtx Vrns, Bareges,
(J - (-AND- 1 t '. '
TRAVELING DRESS GOODS!
r KA'GE mantillas.
In gray and other deelrahle colon.
PLAIN, PLAID and 6TK1PKD NAINSOOKS;
" SWISS MUSLINS;
" " JACONET
I BRILLIANTS, EMBROIDERIES, Ac.
Real and Imitation Laces.
1,009 DOZEN HOSIERY. FANS Of KVKBY
rOMKTIO. . '
SHEETINUS, CASE and 8IIIRTINO MUSLINS;
8000 Bhtli.er Hooda
ln IHTS of all tha beat makea. tocether with a
larp. VMi-iotv of erv deiiirahU liootfa. Which Will bo
I sold at unprecedented low prluea.
CLUTCH & JACKSON,
jo!9-hw : Bowwen Vine nA Hwc,
GROVER & BAKER'S
Family and Plantation Sewing.
FROM THE VKIIY PLiTTKKINU
mannor in which onr Machinoe have been re
ceived by tha public, naultiu in tha aalo of up
Ws are led tn believa that onr endeaTora to manufac
tured reliabto Machino hare been appreciated. Wo
take this opportunity to remark that tills policy will
remain nneluuiieed, and that every Machiue aold by
ua we shall nut hesitate to warrant in every retipeci .
Tl,a drove. Jk Raker Faniilv Machine haa one ad-
Tatitage which Is worthy of special attention, in ad
dition to tho beauty, atraniith and elaeticity of tha
atitch, and that is, ita adaptation to either
Light, Medium or Heavy Fabric,
Rendering It, for Family Work, superior to any other
Machine in tha market.
Machines of every pattern constantly on exhibi
tion, for the convenience of purcbaaers. Young La
dlea, experienced iu tha nee of tneni. and courteous
in their uiauners, are constantly uu uauu iu recetvo
lady visitor! or purchasers.
auVDEND FOR A OIRC'ULAK.-
OHOVKIl As B A It K K i
SEWING MACHINE 00
f8 WEST FOURTH-STREET
t Jein.tf I
HAZARD & CASWELL'S
PURE LIGHT STRAW-COLORED
TftKIIV. HAYeMi TIIK KWINKNTWTATK
AiHHver and (JbMiitat of MiwstvchiiMetdi, iuy
it u ika hat aif fiiPAion or riiiiiiffitiC iirlKiu.'
Prof. Parker, tflltor of the Aniortcau Almlioai
, .iay : " Have tried every other manufa"
turar'M Oil. aud Klve thli tbe ueciuea preiereuce. m
'!rr.,l,rtt",CA'RWF;LL.MACK ... Ne
Y.irR aiul Newport, It. I. i and fur sale by O Kp. W .
B. OLAntooK, 8. K. our. Main and Fourth-sts., 0m
cluuati, Ohio. Jui7-bweud
The Great Western Patent Combined
7IOR WOOD OR'COAli-TIiK MfJiST
mV cuurenient, aconorolrn! aud durable Cooking
Htove over invented for steamboats, hotels, restau
rant!, boarding aud piivi.te bouses : aud for cooking
and boiling water forwaihur bath rooms lu Urge .
inantllias. In any adjoining apartment, by thuaaina
n. ll. V. BARKINUKH, Muuufactorer,
"Jalf-ay Ciucinnati, Ohio.
Fortune-telling aad Phrenology.
AH PERSONS WIMHING TO KNOW
!...ir r..i.ii-a Briintutf'tJi oiAti Iiava tlim cnrrecllr
.ii.iJl kv KfulHme ALWlN. at lttJ FourttiHitrt. 1
Aumar nf It l m. where he mar be cuniulted on all
! uum rj.tnnrniinr lfM. marrl&ira. eunrtahlD. law
uUrirfi uuameae auana anu win ton me "uib i
11 BU llsl
Uilr or gantleuiaa tkej will uarirt ,BO
or ineir iiwra. .
Fruit-Oan Cement I !
HJMIRtJlilHaius.Tann, yaun, nil II I. tin,
in. Majiufacturr SO ViriMtmi. two aud a
t uf tli! Iluruet H.iuae.
JAMK8J. BUTl.KB, Agant,
uautlty al low prtuM,
aalf aauara! south
0au supply any