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ARRIVAL OF THE BALTIC.
NEW YORK, April 8.
- 11 It!.- iirri.,1 with dales e 4.h.
ThcsTt Lm. fi!,4-1.l on fV.n-t'ny the
IN i . " . . . . . .
I'si-eaini p-uvn.e,- ni.i. r l. o v "I v rate oi
the fwnr "po err wu iiu.iiiiiiioi.-ly ngiv-d
Money tn&ik-ei en-ier. Coca I- !ur win
fy quoted nt JJi'J.
, Brown &. Mtiplry, quote I rt -nilst'if!' genor
Hilv tis unchanged and market closed sternly
Viotcrn runa! ll.nir, new 3(lsa3'J, uld 3 1 u
' 42s; riiiU. mid R ilt. t.M i3uAi; Ohio 44,
. 3i. Wheat, wbitn ILluJdalJs (id; R-d
0t.6tl 1 1x3(1. Corn, white 43mi44, yellow
4'J 6du44, mixidrorr. -lis i4!t-l")il. tjuiiie
cirrutnrj call the udvnnrp oh ro-n 9il.
KicliardBiui, .Spent. r Sl Co., quote provis
ion jener.il y u lie handed, but mat ket tlocv
dill. Lard declined.
A Jviice Irom M iiieln strr nrr more fuvor
!le. i'hi a t; i . mi ii i.riild in the b.mk of Enluiul
AivhT!ci.ii eiii' k-: li tivo, prioen liiu'lmnjrrd.
I. .ml. ii. l!;irrinij litotliere & Co. iiiotc
rtrraiifinl!' iinelmiijj'tl. m il kot dull. Suiir
rasior nut ijni.tiilily lower.
I cn sii"!it 'v m.vnnfi .1. u I'lirh riuls on
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board quoted ntjCOl.i-; U elsb bar on board ,
Kin I Tr s:..l... ,lw, r:,.,l., '
whip qaoi.d X7. Scod l
pi on the Civile
Tt.n ,,nt, ilrtiini., P!l u r. V. '1 i ...nr.. T..r I
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n-.er'y running from Philadelphia lo Liver
pool, bus been up by the Fici c'l (jnvermneiil
for six nionlbs, nnd leit L'verpoul lor Mar
seilles, having in tow Ihe Aiir-ricin i-hip Ti
conderoga, uUo engaged by life French (Jov
ernme;it. The (r.ar fas made Fcvcral Fpeeeln s of u
mild nature lo tbe diji'otiiatic body, a ml of a
ptiong nature to Ihe urtny. On Ibe u hole
his lnpe;n. gc is 'interpreted in u pacific
Tho first of tlio four points which has
tern unanimously agreed to by the Vienna
conference, is iu stib.-taiicc ns foil i if: Tin1
abolition of the exclusive piotcctn'oriiil priv
ileges ul Russia in Mold ivin iil'.d W.ilb.i bi.i.
Privileges ere occurdi d lo .hefi'- pr. vini es I v
Iho Sultan, bcii'g placed uii'ii r the gu;
of the five Powers.
1 be latent dii utehes fr. m Vienn.. dated
r 1 idny
evening, pays the coul. n iice. is pro-
fris.-iiiig luvuiably. Tbe ueeond point was
either settled to day or will be u-uiurrow.
It mint ue repcate l that the question ol
peace or war cannot be decided mil. I the
third point has iieeu nettled.
Tbe Paris cern oiiilect of the Louden
Times telegraphs under dale ol Friday evei -in;,
fiom Vi 1111:1, which news appeals to be
favoiable to pi ac, and tho people nre dis
(insu.l to belli ve that the coulcreiieu w ill
i nttt lli.'ed Willi hi pay re-ults.
CVuiil Nesselrode w ill proceed to .eiitiu
when the nego:i.iliuns become critic il.
TI.C Hew ( znr gives hlri.l.g evidi lu e ij!
biding by the pluiis tract d i.nl by Lis lath
er, 011. 1 that he will make 11 1 concei.siui.rt.
il.iinori are on r oil of a lo-w b.mis ol
arrangi'in. ul. iiiclu.ling th" lieei!.,ni the
liiack Si a. Iho opening o! the Daiiuhe, nnd
tha eicclloti of Ti.'k.rh furls, etc, in
AiU ices fiiin Cni.f'iiiitii.iqilc, (-'.ato tlm!
Hie 1'orln ha lit ti room il lo inaiutait. the nil-
diiniiiisbi d i-overeigiily uvt-r tbe Daidain lls,
and prolcHls naiusi tbu cluiitians ol the
en.p re beiiii; plneed uiidur any lorelgn pro
tection. The Porte i.lso desires the partici
pation of Prussia iu the conferences.
Ali I'm lia minibti r ul foreign ulluirs had
been summoned to Vienna.
Official repurts o! tho stunning of M.ilakofl'
redoubt on tho night of Ihe iilld of Feb., by
the French, exhibit one of the mot gallant
achievements of the campaign.
Gen. Ostin Sackeii lelejjruplis to Sl. Pe
tersburg nn Ibn night of tho 10th: We erec
ted n new redoub. about three hundred yards
in front of "uTornilnir lias! ion, our Works are
being carried on w llh sucress.
Noiliing uf importunes before Eupntoriii.
Ceu. I'lirgnync remains in tho (;-iiiuu at
ri quest ol Lord R 'glun.
The beulth uf the allied troops is satisfac
tory. The English position is well fort ill d.
The Rest 1. lis, tiuJ jiiat received large rein
foireniciila. At the hilled council of w vr, held on the
4tll.it was resolved to recommence active
opt rations immediately.
Lord Raglan's ln-,1 dispatch was dated
The weather war fine and dry, and the nick
derive great benefit from '.ho change
TI e new lliiii-h butleiy ol tl iee guns
CHuaid luu mil 0 1 1 Russian s!i uiners to leave
W 1 ir old tnnoings.
The Russ'niis were receiving large rein
forcements, willi provUun and a supply uf
Omar Pasha's force 011 Ihe 31 of M irch
was OOU, and conliiiualiy receiving addi
tional rcinl ireeiiieuiH,
Nuholus' deatli was uniiouuced ut Helia,
lopul un the tith of March.
L,ei erstuie inai uuisun prepe ralioiM in
dlcatu thai Uess-Aiub., will b evacuated
without a contest,
Tbe Grand Duke Coilstaiitiue din i ts Ihe
fleet and marine.
A nocturnal levy of recruit, was made
hr.io"boiit R'lss'.iiii Poland uu tha lii 'lit of
The ice wss breaking up in the llal'ic.
A flying squadron lor the It.iltic had sailed
In lbs house ufLrJ, I.yuilhurst cud
Clurriu'on s.oke a. vm-ly uguiosl the rum-ally
conduct uf Pi timid.
The proceedings of Ruclutk'a committer
are drawing to dure.
Napwl.on reviewed tho ini;rriul ;-uirdi
I d 111 do a -hurl pulin.lie speei I.
Tiie iiu Hc'giuin i.iiiiilry only held oil. e
one uiy.iri'ii il.eruh.re coiiiihu.s.
Tbe iegis'stive assembly of Denmark u
naniukuiisly voted uu in peai huu nt uf the cx
inini.ter. The French attempt to btorui Sh ii.ghai
Nothing uf imj Orinoco Irom ' 'anton.
The ll iltii: Ins 7S j a.sei.gers, including
- On tbu Uith n stramer of the Anglo-F.ench
' was on her way to Genua to embs k Si.iidiu-
isn troop, for the Crimed,
Odessa advices or Ihe 14th state that
Priuce Mt-nschikotr died of lever at Himfer
7 be Ruk.lani sunk 3 or 4 ships of war
TI10 Frnh hospital at Constantinople
WU Lurnt to tbe ground mil i8 persons per-ibed.
' '''1 ,'"!' "" embassy f rondo-
leuce nttd friendship t A'exar.dcr.
' ls reportee- GortsclK.K ..Tips'" been
0pr..l !r in Si. M. r. Li.r In take om
Jt, ninnd uf the nrmv of Cup .turin, n nJ liiut the
'The Palace or B.yh f Dry m been repair-!
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ed ai d t ut in order foi NapoU-mi. 1
; w is p.-rpnriii ti t Jey.
TH liEfiMOXT nilJUNin.K.
I'.tci n.il hostility to t-vrry Poini of tj r-in,
iiv t.ver tiie riiiid ol .ijnn."
Tliuivtlny Jorniiig, April J'J, 1S53.
Some time ago nn attempt wna atnde hero
to orgnnizp a Fiirmt rs' Club, wliicb, unfor
innately proved nlorlive Etiouj;h pcr.'onii
conl J nut be brought to tube an interest iu
tlit matter or Irom tnipe oilier cnuno it wns
iibundoned. The r.iilure of tli.,t pnject.liow
ever, did not in the sliejiet-t ileree ibake our
conliJenee in tbeirrpiit benefit tbut must ro
ult ftoui a well nrnj'inized Club of tliiu dc
cription. It i? Ih? tiling for ilia fnrmer of
tbe prent age, aftur a pood Agricultural
pnper. We even place it before Ajji'icultu-
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r" 1 l,,r r" substantial benefit to tlio
r:irmir. fur il id ill ll.rt f.1.,t. I1...I r..
farmer, for it is in the club that farmers must
learn how to tuukc Fairs more altructive; and
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There "ate a thousand and one things of
actual importance lotlte farmer to know,ind
which can only be found out from experience,
nnd if a a nglo fnrmer is to rely on his own
individual efforts, his life is not long enough
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uf 11 11 11 , fu mil- nil 1 1, i.ui . ji n II..I 1 1 17 1.IIUU IJ
Know. Hut supjios'! a I armors Club is or-
gaiii.ed in every School I strict, or iu any
School District unJ numbjrs t vejty mesi-
hers, (winch would be bill a small club) each
member could agree lo try nn experiment in
agriculture tho "iisuiug y.-ar, and report the
lies'. InP. The reader can see ul a glance
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in 11 ,11s 1 .ii union s ita.cti n uu.11 reiiane
on-' m ill t'.vcn'y y.-ari, w.ll bs nccoinplished
by association u 0:1 yeir, an I each nun has
ihe result be lure him.
Agin, funiK'rs ci:i bring togetlur I lit
experience of their past lives, and fruni the
fullness of thai, experience select thu genu
bo b ill be ut benellt to the si cicty. Some
thing of hii kind must bo done! A good Ag
rieulitiial paper msy ufl'ord information to a
great extent uu all topics, but llied are lo
cal peculiarities ill every community ,and ge
olog 1 al le.ttiin s ufever soli ihatno paper pub-
liahi d at a distant cily ckii becoiu; uc-piain-
lid with. The trealmi nt recouiiuonded to
be applied to tho worn out lands of ihe old-
i r states would not be at all nppliei.ble to uur
soil, which "delights itncll iu fatuefw,' nor to
llie laud farlhtr west, where, iu ,he language
ol tli t old k-jii , Iter "the sile extents djwii to
the centre ut the uirih " It is only by iietn
l f.'.pet 11111 ul that real facls in Agriculture
arc. lo bo brought out. j
We ii"rru 1 Imt " n i. ul-nr.. is -,.i,.i,,..."
1- .l.lllllkUri. 11,1 Slllllll. j
la-omiih kli..i .i,i .i,.l 11 i
piofcisnrs inn the s unburn!, horny handed .
yeomen of the country, not neccssnr.lv vers-,'
t-d in ull tho learuiior of the schnols. but rich '
in experience, ami bearing in cvrry wrinkle
of llu ir brows the marks of honest toil uud
endeavor. It is lo these we appeal for ,10
organizing of the Farmer's Clubs for it j,, !
this rliisu 1 bm u-ill l. .,,, ,lirnil I lit...! .
Wu shall refer to this subject again, nnd iu !
the meantime we hope lint the" foregoing j
hurried nrd roitibliinr thoiiobta i uv draw nut
some of uur farmers un this subject to give
us their views.
FARMERS' CLUBS. FREAKS OF GENIUS.
, ,i ,1,1,1 i,, i, eoiiipuny iliey an' 111. .V it. IVuy
i "' n.-liip ..li ti iuu ui'veti ilium l ke. p ill. in l. a
tbn My in ...o li.uv..
Doi.s tu e ErrroK uf tiil: Gzii'rrK AsoCrr
m.K itLAi. tjiu New Msuon Ohici Pat
1:101! It is our guild forltu.i) to exchunge with ;
Urn. ( j 1 1 of the Ohio Patriut, who aside fiom
!: radical Loi-ofocoisin gets up 11 first rule
pa or, mill une ol the best looking county
papers wo exchange ill.. Casting uur eyes
1 ver the columns uf the Patriot of March
3( t'i'we snw the following under tlu K N.
t ii ket as editorial:
Il tb. 1 i.i.hvi lu ils on 1I1 - ii w!, , h ive li.-rn-
le!,irr irlid Ullllt'ie I H'lli.l. i.ilie pally leel eollllor
l ilile Willi III., l-oiii.i my lln-v mo .l. so Iim il. No
n.le ( I 1110. lal will eliv i ill. -Ml lb' 11 i-.l-w', relly
t".l i..-.liii I'lli.-t-.H lire ;lvt 11 ibi.-lll lo keep till-Ill stn-lily
I,. Ill- '1.I1'
.ilhing Very slrik'ug in il, surely, but
lliereby hangs a tab- Tailing II a the (1,1-
tdU J- Villi' H of Inst w eek, (April 5lh.) w e
,,d appended I,, the K: N. Ticket the
! lowing bit of EDI l'(IUAI.(0
Il tbo'-e iu.l.vi la.itu no Ilia 11. li. 1 wtio b.ivr .brre
1 .1 o.l ..Ml. 11 .,.,,, ... 1 1....
Striinje siinilnrity of thought and i-x ires
Mun! M iluiuua people might insinuate thai
ui.r iielghlwr pilfered hid editorials from llie
columns of his 1 x changes, we, however make
ln such cbatges, tut merely give the facts
in Iho ca S.
Nor is this all.
Thn r w eeks ag- there was an emtuiina
tioii of the public schools iu New Lisbon, on
w hich o tension souiimiio wrote for tho Pw
li iut u long arlii lo iu commeudutioii llierco
and under it placed . Tho weeks ago there
was un examination of the public h I.omIs in
ibis place, un w hich occasion there appeme-J
In the (In It? vj- Citizen a long uUUi ial (?)
rommcniUtoiy of tS J exntninatiou. Now lo
show the great similarity ex'.siiug bi twr-en
liie thought, of our neighbor and tlm cur
respondent oflbo Patriot wo copy from both.
Tiia reiiulur sprlus esnmi.iniion uf the schools in
llus place was held Taut week, and tlm exeicisr. no
lur w Iiii.I nn 0inirtuiiiiy of wiinsttiuu: ilieiu,
went nbks cridilnblti l. lbs muchcrs nnil pupds, nud
satiiluctury to lb. uuiuiil. Slid cilic". cunurally:
The New Lisbon Union Schools.
Tl.a ri.oilnr spiinx naiiiiiiniion 0' III. almvu
rcliiKl vvu. In Id liisi Mri k; nut! Un" ncreh.cs, so lur
n ie bud till t iin ' ol witilci'ing llnni.Wi-re
erf l'ln!)'f' '" teachers sn.I r'V"''. n '
factory lo Hid puuliU u.i I will ;m il n.iraliy.
A.Min tbo Patriot rejreti that "tberc I
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'v not a ret'tiiar c Bjig in Sucrcd hijlory in
wliicb tbe Ilibla vur u.-ed ua the text book
und tlien an doe the Utizctle rn'mi re(?i et
ihut "there not arejiuUr cliiaa in H.iercd
"History in wbiih the Uible ii u-ed aa tbe
On the MiLjivt of Mitis, our npisf1 bor ve
ry properly ltae the qti.ilntiun tnirka.
The Patriot Buys j
lint theco vclinula noeiud to l. In J.i lienbhy aid
prosp. pmh eon.lii i.mi in pn i'i u t, mill it la lioptd Unit
tin ciiizuim ill rentier ml tlio M.-vi-t hicc in their
power In the excelli ul eorpu nt teaclii M llim now m
nl.ly eondiiel ilirm. 'I'hirn tire lint lew coiiuniiiii
tii'B, it miy, wlivr.i iIih labor ii t:tui,.-t.-nt uml eon
m i, iiiioii? ti nelii r nre lully ii.nri.i i .1. il; nnil il wo'.l
eerlninly lie Very ftrattijl.ig to th.i leaeiien. us well
us ot I ii -1 i 1 1 u liiiielil lo the ti,.ils fhoiilil iluii coin
iiiiinity lie mi lioiiiiiublu eAct ptiou to the geiierul rule
ill IliU reiti:t.
We arc truly g!d that the New Lisbon
schools are fO prosperous, but we nre doubly
rejoiced thnt our own are in the Mine stitle
ofalTuirs. The (Jutille tp uks of thcin as
Hut our H'li'KiU e in to lie in n liwililiy nnd pros
p - roui comlij.Mi at presi tit. nn-' il id linp-d that die
eiiiz. ns will ron iler ll the si-tunce in tin ir po.vi r
conduct Uicni. 'Ilierc nre Imt lew communities, it
wllr(. lle Mvtf ,,.,,,,,,.., , ,;,.(...
,i..u lin.-li. r t.rn lullu niiiir.-,-i-it..,t- ttml it Wollltl
. ibnis u-aebers aro lully nppr. riateil; and it would
as ol liisiiim bnn lit totl'io pupils, should this uum -
tiniiiiiv be mi honorable exct mion to ileueiu ral rule
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in uid iiru i.il
INow we iim'I conivit-nt liiut ultcr rending
ihe above the reader will bo able lo answer
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the query vithwbuhwo opened this orti-
cle, and with which we close .: !
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! Lis'ion Ohio Patriot!
We pause fur a re -
The New Lisbon Union Schools. Tantanæ celæstibas animis!
take Uiiiley s word as to Us pe
charactercertu-tity allies it to th
evil one .
But this we do know, thnt some men seem
Willi that n:;:!in:.lil 1 vy ttl.i.-h '.urns puis.
And U ken ovi 11 if a fiiend prevail."
Wu allude to our iieighb-.r of lliii V'ttc.
He never felt cast down ut. his elt'viition.nnr
cvt ntten.pt .0 detract from bis rnj.iyn.rnt
it, the least. We know that be was a whig
, ,,-rte.U hero, in ,he
cubit, and hard cider procession and for aught
w know i-!l. til l,n 1... ,rm Cm 't'ii.
Biulnj, , tha, glorious work uf his which
throbs in every Into with great thoughts,
'H11vys11co.1lc.mes l,isin-hot fiombell."
We ki.ownol its ori-rin, but ate wil.imr t
0 ' 0
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.v. I v. kiiiivv I oil lie nfi.Tu up, pin,,
Ui'Cted hiuiAell w itb the D.Miioerutie. niirli'
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we know that not long since he left ihe ranks
of ihe Democracy uud "assembled liimsep'is
together" under the Fusioii-Aini-.1 inerican
ticket j we do not know but wo have no doubt
, . , . ,
he is now .. member of llie &v4 A'c.s-a
iiiidiiighl-pruscri ptive as-sociuliuii." Now 1
wc charge that uur neighbor bad unv I
'niiiister tiv. s in ull this be may have
minster tie. sin ull mis lie may have
I,t't'" uctt''d by Iho purest motives, yet it
" lilllu trungB Unit ho should hnve made
MO "'""V l"""'- 't "''fibt have been
mark , we do nut suy wus bis idea to obtain
ollice from tbe wbigs in 18 10; if so he lulled.
He niy hnvo joined himself to Democracy
I'uf the same purpose; if so he failed. How
'"5 ""y fa' umoiig the .SViyA Xichts, we can-
notforesei. His success iu obtaining un of- !
lko l'1'1"1'"' """y H'd some clue to the
cs.i.nulion his services were bold in by bis
'ornit r employers,
, r. in
Tim Whig parly in llieblsnd Tnwuiip Fe'-lus to
be in inllif r a ilecliiiiinr siii-iviv-iion. 'I'lmre is but
'J doell mid 'J nil told-Mii.lr.iiii! hoinllie voles poll
eil mi Monday. Tim " Tlius" havo made du-perato
havoc nulling Vm.- Cu.etlu.
l'ruy w lint lias bocomo of the great Demo
cratic party. There was neither 'hair nor
hide' of il discrrniihie at the Inst election.
Not u single vote appearing lor if Itnppeurs
tu be lii I only iu u declining, but a ile liin;l
"sitiwaytioii", ,'The Siiyh IVicMs have made
desperate havoc among 'etn."
''How are the tni"hty fallen! "
0 7 Gov. Shannon has our thanks for a co
py of the Congressional Globe for the 1st
Session of the 3:1.1 Congress, together w ith
O.lloii. 11. P, U'iiiu, has favored us w ith
valuable public documents, ror w hii.li we ten
der out thanks.
OTTI.e nrrnt has in ull ugrs been deem
ed an emblem of w iadoui. The (latrtti; lease
O'Our neighbor of tho Ua;itlr thinks
certuiuly tbut wo must bo a Know Nothing,
as wo were e'ecled to an ollice. We merely
re.er ...ir. .0 -.no ne..norn.g towns ol l.udiz
and Cambridge, in the former of which they
have dueled thu Dcmocrntic editor a Coun
cilman, a:id in the latter they have promoted
the dt n ocrutic editor to the office of Super
visor. Does Mr. Gicssiugcr gus;joct them
of belonging to the order! T.iey no more be
long to il than wo do.
(ttrJairrn 'Phomytvn is still engaged in
tho Groi-cry business ut bis old stand nt Ibe
comer of Alain &. Marietta Streets, where bo
lias a large stock of every thing in the Gro
iOrW1' shall be glad to bear from our ('in
ciunati friend often, as hi. b iters are nf in-
terest to every one. The account of the ri
ot iu another column, from bis pen is more
sulisfr.cii.rv than uny we havo read. Write
CHICAGO, April 9.
Sufficient returns have been received to
ihow that the Whig state officers of lows
have beon elected by a larger majority than
last August. Clr, Whig, elected lo iho Su
prsme bench of Wisconsin.
1). 11. CovE!t.n.4.i. let ir:
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Rut agtin Tuesday forenoon tl.e Germans,
un of 6M.plcee
!. ,m, a before ThU t,XJ,!f,rul(,j ,,e
I Americans, and durinz the dav ihe excite-
nieiit increased. In Ihe evening, Gen. Sar-
'geanl went to the Germans mid demanded
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I Ii;' imtmcipul I'l-'clioit wiiicsi uns jusv ueen
he d in '. us city, tiniv be cotmulereti nn ern in
, ., .. w . i,.. .
iibo bUiorv o Cinoiiinati. e bve Imd
wurs r r;ilhlir, , w,f . ,,, i,;oud ,ut K.PI,
ied, u nil the public pulfO bm throbbed io-
b ii' ly.
You nitint know that noith of lbs eannl, or
"over the Rhine," the Inhabitant are princi
pally Oeriniins and there were two things
which I bey iifpired to nn election day to
drink rtje-rir,aiul vote the Democratic ticket-
Indeed, almoat every necond building in
"rieinBtiy" iontins a tier haul 'vhere
"Dutch cotiruire" is plentilully ao'd.
The Eleventh Ward ia largely (Jerman.
Their placeol'votini wag near the bend o1'
Vino ftrcct; nnd nbovo thin, on Jackson'g
Hill, they had a cannon with which they a
rr usod ibeinselvea by firi nj over the city
Towards the afternoon, a rumor w.ia circula
ted thai boyg ivtrc orrinitled to vote in the
Eleventh Ward, ami that an American bad 1
been killed for challenging one of them nt J
polls. Soveral hundred Americans went j
to Ihe polI.-,&. found the Germans armed with
various w iapons, ready to res'st any tutu-
I'eYeiice. A ter inveiitiijatirig the state of af-;
niirmi. u ell ns ibev rould. he A inerieans
teemed satisft ! thnt all was not right, made '
.. ,i, ir ik h!l,.i.l,nv u-I. eli u .-mn
brewed in the ;
' ueiii.nio.iru, unu u.u n ,t.- . u ...
8,rl.,.t. They a!o proceeded to Jackson's
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JIJ( tuuk t)(, tnni)ul, rriml iic Germans,
I On Tuesday morning, it was discovered
iln.t iln re Imd lieen f.-iiiiilnlont votieir in the
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rii ti . 11......: i.m 1... 11.. .......
- - ; 1 -
: laiucd fiuy tukeis moto ilnm tho nanica on
the books. A party of twenty-live or thirty
persons (tinki own) entered, setz.d tha ballot
,'...,, nu ,1
. uft,e Eleventh au'd Twehh
i lected; but these Wards gave larg Demo-J
craiicurS.iyAicM majorities. Tne eects-
ion ol this matter will probably devxiU e on
i the City Council
i.oiic 1 1 Hiiiiuii, v g,.i.i
up, bul thu Ueneral boa no one lo assist turn
in bringing it . tawny.
At night, a party of several hundred Ame-'
ricun boys, nnd a le.v men, with flag, drum
parudep through the streets; they
cent up Vine street, and crossed the ca .al
bridgeinto "(rmtttiy." They were fired
into bv the Ge. riiain; one man wus killud, Oi
Granger iu the city,) nnolher mortally wouti-
ded, und several others injured. Tl.:-y in.-;
mcdiul.l, retreated, lor it was found that the
...... - .,. d frisc. Blld
1. .1 .., ....i it...'.. ......
(iei-iiii.iw. nriiie.l ivi! 1 b ui ,;ins. cirbin -s.
sticks, stones, and other weapons. There
was ulso 1111 indignation meeting then hold-
in r io Kreuiuaii s llai . w heio 111 1 inimnturv
.i.., .,.. i.!,. Tbi- K.-eem n's II. II
Ge.n.aii infidel ii.stitutiun, w hero the
Turners', coie'regale. 1
iM ' Uvt b,,:'" lo Ul,mc " war",i0 MPect' i
indeed. The American, met iu i-'.lth street !
()rjU.r cuurse of procedure. T.iey caina tu '
liiu n solve, thai, us the C-'rmuus were well ,
, ....' , .1,1 1 I. ...I .1
r"" -unviug iwmhu uiui un-j uau inieo ,
pi,.-ce ul artillery and nine hundred mul;els) j
und were likely to lire Iruui the wjndows of
their houses in case uf an iittuck, th.'y ('ha !
would wait until daylight, then
go iu a body, and merely dem uid the peacea- :
blo sin render ul the cuiinuii. 1
'la.-h weiil bis several way, I
U.s lived 10 meet unoilr-r day." j
Wednesday I'ur.Mioun, several Anierici 11
mililiiry comiiaiiies pnruded the streeti. They
"'"do " "mo uppeuiauce, and the day was ,
liouuliful About noun, they marched up
Vine street, accompanied bv the Sherill' und
a large number of citizens. "Over the
Rhine," they wero met by the Germans, w ith !
whom the HherifT and Gen. Sargennt held'
concourse, und the cuiinon the bone of con-
was delivered up, un condition tl. at j
ihu Sheriff wuuld guarantee peace. It was I
that the G veriior was on tho ground, 1
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but Ibis proved 11 hoax. 1 he whole cro.vd,
military uud civic, inarched buck wilh tin ii
trophy the cannon and soon ofter ihe com
plexion of uffairs begun to asutno u more
Towurd evening, 1-owcver, a party of buys
gathered uboul the Vine .street bridge, and
cheered lur "Pup Tuvlor," the American can- j
for Mayor. This drew' out a party of;
armed Germans, who made u sortie upon llicj
buys, und tired -about fifty shuts, by which it I
was si id several boys were hurt. About six'
o'clock, Ihe bel' on the Mechanics' li.siitule j
wus rung, and in a lew minute, a lurge mini-
ber of Americans wero oil the greuuil.to con- !
I'er logc ll.ci. They remained around Ihe In-
siiiiit.. ..mil about ten o cluck.wheu thev I..,.
fan to disperse
Hy midnight, the streets wero deserted,
nave hero and lliero u small knot of individu-i
als. who lin.Femd to talk of affairs known
themselves. The Germans kept sentinels
uu guard all uigbl long, w ho piced to and fro
iu U10 streets, watching vigilantly for the au
prouch uf tho ctieuiy. Hut the enemy cume
To-day (Thursday) tho rain is falling; i;
has probably cooled lite urdur ol ull the belli-
gerctiU; there is no excitement visible in tho
1 c,)lluU.llllllceH uf men; has been resumed; the
j friends of peace aru glad; uud thu most heroic
bow no pailii ulur desire lo seek "tho bubble
reputation at the cannon's mouth."
Junes D. Taylor, Editor ol tho "Daily
Times," was the Ainericun cuudidute lor
.Mayor; be is and lias been strongly ant i-Cath-oliiy,
which 11, tide him be'.ler enemies and
warm llie. ids. Hut il seems that whenever
un Editor is nominated lor ollice, his cote.n
purary Editors make il a point lo villify him
iu tbe most di-graceful manner. This has
been the cuso with Mr. Taylor. He has been
abused by the press generally in this city
not merely for hi. political opinions, but per
sonal animosity has actuated many of his cu
luuiMHlurs. ileiucs, the Uomocral. being
delcuted lust fall, d.'tenyincd thi. time to make
long pull, s strong pull and a pull alio
gellier. ' 1 hey Oli! it, and the tjermans
were ibeir priucipul iuslrumeiit.. Yon may
draw Iho lulcrcuce. Uuliuve me,
CINCINNATI, April 5, '55. "L."
BOSTON, April 10th.
The Mussacliu.etts Se.iato to-day adopted
a resolutisn, wi;h only sue dijsot.ting vote,
that no foreigner is eligible to office in that
The State Fair for 1855.
The ntinrxed rWmunicntion from th Se
eretary of the llont i! of Agriculture, w ill alio
he piiuil.iou oeeopied by tb Doanl, In regard
to holilinif a Fair (hiring th'prra.-nl year, .
STATE AGRICULTURAL ROOMS,
Columbus, April 5, 1855.
extenu-ing Irom Crestline to rort Wnyiie.hns
' replied through their lirectors, in regard
' to carrying pusaengers nt half-fare, only on
! through tickets, but im.ke no mention of iho
! Mihject of the circular, upon which alone we,
j base our action. There has been no commit-
c. -... I I
consider, restoring former lernis, nfar tbe j
regulation above named bad been passed, on ,
the ground that we could not hold n Fuir upon
the plan proposed by them. (We hre con-
firmed in this opinion, by extensive coinnm-
iiicntions with prominent stuck men. Fjr
We observe thnt other States have nlrea.ly
fixed upon time nnd plncc.Jur their several
Fairs. It is now about three months later
than the period, at which our Fairs have
heretofore been located, and the prelin.inur.es
j termincd upon
I The President of our Hoard has fixed upon
(Ji.tiTLKMiis: The Inquiry U now being fre
quently made, nn to wbeih ir there will be a
"StHte Agricultural and M'.'chniival Fair," in
()!iio, the coming autumn. Wo know of no
menus of nnoncring thin question (so tai as
we have the facts,) so well, as tl.rfiigli the
It is known lontnuy, thnt the' St ito Hoard
of Agriculture," b.is addrocanl Iwocirculara
to the Railroad Companies of O.ilo, the firnt
tirg njj them not to cut oil' these exhibitions,
by passing a "general ri gulntion," us propo-
sed, for charging hull' Ireight upon oil stock
and articlesshipped Tor exhibition
The iccoiuL resncctlullv askint? ihem to re -
instance, in a recent letter from Clinton
county, and to this county we always look
lur n verv lan'e cntrv of stock we are told
Hint in case a Fair is held this year m der
... ..... ....
the plan proposed by the Railroad Cotnpa-,!
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nics, there will be no stock taken from tbut
The three roads nnined below, nre placed
iir uiiiiiui nt 1 it r iirni'tiifn nnnii run nrniinn
in'roMture uccupieu, wz wna u tun reorn
tion of foi iner term: The C, C. & C,
1 1 a
C.&. Erie, and the Central Ohio roads. Tho
S.n.loskv &. M isfi,ld Co. renlied thnt thev
A il U
would restore former terms, provided the Fair
. . .. .
I. .. .1 ... ..:.i . : ..1
. , .
that road. As no ii.vitat.on has been exten-J-
cu 10 our Hoard trutn euner 01 ine putnis in -
dicated.we of course cannot make such a pro-
in,.,;i:..n .viinKU Ti rt 1 iitin Ai f oiiinnn rn-ul
' next month, to call n meeting of the Hoard,
which will have for its object the fixing upon
a plan of operation, in the absence of a H.ste
n ... .
Cor. Sec. Board of Agriculture.
Hkmi'UKLO Kau.BjAD. 11 will ne Been ny
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""V. ,ul ' " "7"
lion exists uai in e part o' llie siucKiunuers or
11 lie pari o' 1 e siucKiunuers 01
Id Railroad to canv out the re-'
the Heninfield Railroad to canv out the re-
cent order ol tl e Directors to put the whole
road between W iiei ling and W ahlllgtoll un
Uer "'""lU'ul couiract.
Chairman and O. W. HeisUell, secretary,
'J'he mei-lingwas uddrc&sed -nosl earneslly
by John Goshurti, Eq., in u lucid un I cner
Aiueric.uus) gelic speech, urging im nediate uctioii in the
prosecution of the wui k.
He was followed by Jus. Puull, Esq., who
cxplaiied the progress of this important work
since its commencement, audits present uttd
spoke encourngiiigly af ths prospects of this
'road und uppioviugly of its management.
lie then olfered t lie following resoluliun,
which wu. uiianimuusly adopted:
Resolved, Tbut this tnccliug upprovo the
net in 11 uf the Hoard of Directors of the lleiup
Icnlioii lis Id Railroad Company, in nutting the road
from Wheeling to Washington under cun
suid tract, with a view to its iiuincdiulo rumple-
At a uieeling of u large number of the
stockholders of tho llouiplield Railroad Cum-
puny, 011 motion of Mr. John Goshorn, W. II.
M....I ..I' M...I...M ....., !.,,. I
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meeting was further uddresscd by A.
Jacob, E,q., in some remarks, in which be
W. B. BUCHANAN, Chm'n.
O. W. HEISKELL, Sec'y.
West Alcxunder, and in a few days the con
didate tractors will buvo their bunds at work on all
the heavy seclio is, ut least, between this
pluce and Wheeling Wheeling Intel,
' . -.-
The Washington Examiner says: Work
bus been resinned un several sections of the
Ilemplteld Rnilroud between Wheeling und
t-ONNKCTicLX Emxtions. The first ret irr.
However, show. 0 majority of at least sceen
Hiousand ugainst thtrt party. Tne returns are
iJnutall ill, but tbe vte will be about as fol-
,u iuum u a num uiue. e
Could "ol "elicve tbut Connecticut would be
tbu first uf the free States lo desert her post
"d uguin enrol herself under the banner of
tho Slave Democracy. The latest news,
lows: Ingham, L icofoco, 27,000; Miner, K.
N., 25,000, Dulton, Whig, D.O.O.
Tho following ( ongressmen have been e
locted, ull on the nnli-Nebraska ticket. 1st.
Dist. Ezra Clark Jr., 2d, John Wo 'diuff, 3rd.
Sydney l)enn;4lb; Win. W. Welsh.
The K. N.'s and Whigs have elected 19
or 20 ol the 21 Senators, and 130 uf tho 234
Representatives. This will give them the e
lection of Governer and State officers, us
well as United Stales Senator for six years.
Tbut will do.
NEW YORK, April 9.
A Catholic riot occurred ut Oxford, in this
Oxford, in this state, on yesterday in conse
quence uf an excommunicated member being
ordered out of the church by the priest. Ser
vices were su-pended and a general lijht en
sued outside the building between the Cath
olics and Protestants with no serious rcsults-
The election in Rhode Island on Wednes
day resulted in the complete t- iuinph of the
Know Nothing State ticket, t'oii'.'ressnien,
and locul olliceis. The local election at R ch-
mund, Va-, has alio resulted in a victory to
the amo party by a decisive in j irtty.
Signed Mayor Wood has signed Iho Ex
cise Ordinance (nguinst Sunday Liquor
Trade), passed by the Aldermon. The Mayor
means lo enforce tlio ordinance to the fullest
extent. Thi. law imposes a fine of $10 for
every glass of liquor sold, or ten d iy.' iuipri.-
onincnt for every "horn" quafl'jd. 1
The Riot in the Eleventh Ward.
iney pu.neu uii uirouTM. 11 luwaru
! House where the polls were held. They m,t
: tome obstruction which they gradually over- j
j came, and eventually centered in force at
the polls. Then a German I rotestant cl1.'-' f
zen was put forward to dep.s.t bis yu'.c; this ,
ivu eliiilleiiirpi . ii mil fl:,tlv rplilsed.
nnd kept undisputed control ol the polls, ami
that ihy used their power to most unfair ud
2d. Thnt n lea ling Democrat swore lint
they bad possession ol ihe polls meant to
have their own way with th"in .
" . , ,
; oe, during which atones, clubs, drav-pm, .
; knives und pistols, were Ireely used by both.
pnrl.es. Many per.ons were r:ous!y wound- ; P
ed, two dangerous y, w.o have be, .inc.,
reported Head. Alter hall an hour s hard .
fighting the American, were IeU master. !
ul the held.
?u'"llKtit " r.,J
It is of roure imp isnbh! tjobliiin n report
of the tallies, or i xteut of the confusion,
which prvvnil-.il ut ilio p. ills of theF.leV - nlli
Ward, lor a hhort p rl.nl on yes erduy. The
Old Liners an J I Ik- representatives of the
foreign parties, aru velK-uient in their d'liun
rlatioii of what t'.ey ii.sisl is n jiro-s outrage
and nn iinpu-u!i lied aggression) wliilti on the
olber'hant!, the Ann rii aii Reform party, re
pudiate aU tub a s rti tMr and tl.ey inii-t,
that although the ulVaif was somewhat abrupt
In the manner of iti taking nil, the tugeiit ne
cessity of Ilia case pi ruiit'.ed no delay.
We have lakeii nil the pairs lime would
nllow lo obtain correct information, uud the
staloinenls made to us by several patties,
whose word we have nc reason Ij doubt, pre.
jsent the case about thus:
1st. That thi. Old Liners nnd Foreigners,
from their immense majority bad oV.ained
3d. 1 Hut a vast numuer uiiiicg.mo.ea
had been cast, having been thrust in by
4th That they ut last p.nitive'y refused
, , .
permit Americans urn! I'.ote.tant C. ?r-
tn-ina I n iti.n, iHit I lu'i r Vl.t 04 u I nil. I
; mans, to deposit their votes ul all
Lis fuuber staled, that between thr
anil lutir o clocK, tlio voles ol severut Amen
, ....,-., . ,,..
it:uiis vvr?ic tciuru, ui uirtiuuu. ft iiil- ivu-
1 1 1 1 .1. 1 1 m;,
, "' u.u.vu.. M,u0.
j n tu h 11 h. 1 h v 111 iniiiiucr. n 1. rc jv ui u j v"
1 I ..... I r.l tU iwla.il nPi.mJ
t'icu llil'l iiiiiiiuuicu) unu iiiy mn-i 1 w
ered nnd mallro:
joined in, all the
Amoricuns on the grou.iJ,
I were "cleared out."
The new. spread, nnd multitudes were
t 1... 1.,.
, soon on ineir wy 10 viouxave oi
j -'.-.. ......
. knot of Natives arrived un tho outskirts of
the dense multitude 01 urmaiM and ot heis.
I a Ifur mi t ,..n a.nt. Lrninrl.t n a ii.nnr i m I.
The multitude, ot tins lime, was variously
: estimated at from three il.ausand to x
b d Ibo hn p, .p-.i atnan nttd vv
ed in course of peuceabl.. resuh; when. the
sound of a ca 11110-11 from the suniuut of the
i.i.u t,,L.r.l... .,..11. ...,1 ,....
mv. 1 , -
banco. There was but one discharge vnd
iA4 lli il-'TpiitPil raprmnn.4 vvr
re seen ascend-
'"e '" - . ....
lyin signal. The report soon became cur-
rent that the Germ-ins hud secreted a nn, on
U1U rUIDIIlli. Ul lllC lltil llDlll iti ii, ui:u:
eninn,.,l. ibev intended to descend and re-
take tho polls.
The American blood wr.s now fuir.y arous
ed by this conviction, and a thousand ur twu
men and boys started lo sculo the bill. Most
wero iinuriued, except with such missiles us
ct.ine first to hand, but lb .7 went ut it wit'i m
Crown Point ilntermln ition. Some took the
zigzag paths, hut the most eager clambered
straight up the shelving sleep sides, wilh
bauds and feet; appearing at u distance, like
so inacy Hies clinging to ihe vertical wall of
a room. They curried tho bight, captured
the gun, fired a feu nr. joik o!' svvcrul
rounds, then brought il down in triumph.
The excitement kept increasing, und i'r.-s'i
fuel was nild.-d to the lire by the nccounts uf
the doing, elsewh -re. The tickets were be
ing counted, but when the vute fur township
officers was rnnuunccd, uud it wus ascer
tained that over thirteen hundred votes hid
been cast u greater nu.nle t .an there are
adult residents of the warJ the people be
came su iiK-enscd, us to ..'iz.s, etnp'.y, uud
break up the ballot boxes containing the
votes for tho city ticket. The crowd, with
the runnon, then adjourned tu the
. 1 L.I I .. 17 :
This ward, like tho fourth, only more so. is
inhabited by the Irish principally luborers
on the caiiul and ruilroud. As a specimen uf
their politicul morals, we may state that, just
befoie the lust full eUrtiiyi.ut a primary
election a locofuco invention- severut hun
dred voles were given for a favorite candi
date for Sheriff more thantho actual vote o1'
the entire Ward, when the voter, were sub
mitted to challenge and oulh.
Matters had been tolerably quiet during
the forenoon, bul in the afternoon, as if by
concert, Ihe same gume wus commenced by
Ibe Irish as in iho Eleventh by the Gerinuns.
An Americans was assaulted without pruvi-
cation, knocked down, beaten, trampled upon
by 1. umbers, nnd his life wa. only saved from
,1... ;(,..;,...,, I Iri.l, l, , ,l.o.,r,.,;.,j,l oir.u
, , , , i.i , . ,R
ol Miles Greenwood, and tho police olB.iers.
Hie puity Willi the cannon soon utter arriv-
ed, and cleared the ..reels. It has been sin-
I , , , , .. , . r ..
ted that boulders were discharged frjin the
cannon, nnd denied. M my pistols were fir -
...1. hut the extent of tho dumutio wus limit -
Tbu. ended Ibe foreign demonstration in
the city. The evening und llie night up to
3 o'clock in the morning, passed otl'wilhuut
fur liter distill bailee.-"Columbia n.
rcMCERAXCE 01OVEHF.ST IS AUiror.XlA.
The New-York Times thus discusses llie
presen. aspect of tho Temperance Reform iu
llie Golden Slate.
The Legislature has suont much time upon
a biil to suppress gamblii g, auolhor to pre
v.'iit S.bbit'i broi'tin;, an I still anoth
er to ubate the nuisance of 11 uses ol ill fa. no.
Moreover, 20 000 pet ti jnors, ii i. though ,
huve sent up their prayer to the Legislature
for a stringent Prohibitory Liqu ir Law. Six
months ugo the Temp -rmiCJ organ in t!n
S uld announced offiai illy that there -vera 8
000 pledged temp 'mice men in Culifoniiu.
Now their number is estimated at 20 000 a
rapid and woiid. rful p ogress n Ibe Tem
perance reform. Tlio San Francisco News
speaks thus 011 the subject:
'-The mast marked revolution in this par
ticular hi. taken plica in the mining cuui
lies. In several of tin .e counties there are
u. many a. eight and ten d, visions of the
Suns of Temperance, and their number is
rapidly increasing. The many bluody fights,
sudden deaths, and .Ihe loss of money at the
numerous drinkhig and gambling saloons,
scattered over, tho country by the niiuers, up-
to have nroiii d Ihe people to the rinnger
which surround tV-in. Many persons not her
ire liiendly to til" pnnag' of the M lino
Liquor Lhv.iis) well as others wi n are i ti I
opposed t i the very sir njent provisions uf
hat set, leel Mint they should provide otnn
iiieuns of couiiteraeling ihe porniciuiu lull j
cin e ol, these public drinking establishment
upon the peace, health uud murals of tlio
Th a ia Ini'eed rttriotn news. Hut Califor
nium are rpM people. They do things tho
day they begin. When the get n start on
thev nre sure to go. As tbey have been Ions',
.'ra is no d mbt tlut when they co:ne lo
mend their habits they will mult a tiglit j b
it uid we thou'd not be surprised to he ir
that Lel'oro iho next sefa'oil of lite L'gisln'
tuni niljourns, Call O'nia was added to tho
company of Suit is that havj p.-o!iibltod ith
stringent penuhies the silt! oflixuir. Sj
mole it be.
The Fourth Ward.
' A " " " "T
( u 1 " ' '
' ,.' j . 1 L ' ...u
jr t,1(J il)3ijj thev wore nu'a-lv hustled over
' ' i
Here an iris 1 nntriot tnm 1 rmv "mi "
, wtj, ( ( ( ,. f , , ,.
reiaimlor Wll keen the
', acco,lpallica lho
101l of . fo ...ij,,; , blv k oife.--uiulf,:',.,
, uJersad .,
,,,.; ..,i.. 11, 1 1
u,lu W1 w.wi-lim i.iv -UUIS, 1 11 VII I'lB
In the Fourth Ward, there was not quile
so exerting a tiin.1 of it, as si in 3 people ex
pdeled lo see. This is known as tbc'Algn
riuu" Ward, is n Urge oiu, pretty densely
populated W'tb Irishmen, and has usually gi
ven a larr'ti Democratic majority. With one
two Uie exceptions th adopted citizens
nave n an u an ineir own way.
There bad been cstensiva preparations
maue lo re-asseri ineir anciout prescription' f
VMlerjy, rtt.curj jj ,., ' i Cl)ltrip
. . J '
mule to re-assert their anciout prescription' f
t.i Ir UM ill ......!
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UIIUUCU IIIOll priVUI JV.Vll iiiuui.'U Uy 111?
Cjw-boya, were io uppj.ir in forca. T.iev
iiiu uL wii uv iocu i,j icuntii iruill uriiiKiii '
and keep quiet," and if the Know Nuthinir
unJortuuk lo rule tho polU, to put Vm thro',
. " .
. . rtnrt l I
culalijus. Soma of Sam's boys got 111 so
ear,y t . at they "didn't go to bed at . I." an I
wmc ujiiiiiioir u,i 1111m 11
hand like Day & Mirtint
blackinj. At iba time of
opening the pj Is,
ltl0le was a pretty good siz.-d TOWlofA.ne-
r i b
nJ -;' . . " "d.
' peasantry ta.Lr ar'r.id of tlm
Urj a r. do be
.Z ZZ .. ' r ,,. ' 1 Z Z'. .7,
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with n uu;t. Ul course tins brought on an
ter row, from the t-Ql-ct. of which Iri.-haian.
U ni,t fei " "'C JV.fr- soon.
Ouarpititiunoftle ..twnpU to bully
. ... . .
" . , . - . , . . ! U"?. P-
. J- U:iiei and uT
W"J c ,U1J l,ruvJ uul1 wtfru "'"'"
itc, would be protjcteJ in givinr it. U.i-
der this new nrrutrgeinent everything went
011 quietiy, und every real citix.-n put in his.
ticket. The result shows a different coin,
from that boasted. of "in rlvanc-
K. N.'S AT RICHMOND, VA.
Ai'ittt.. 5 II ith tranches of CoiiiujM,. tlu-?-Mayor
uud ull the other city officers hiive
b Jf'ii swept by the Know-Nothings. The
v ite for M iyoi, Joseph Miyo, is 1U70, Cof.
M iiit'urd, D .'in., 715. For tha ct'acr it fs
about the s .11 e.
O.XKonn, N. Y. April ICtli An Irish priest
und several other persons have been bold to
biil in 61U00. The priest v.'ai- s.ibseqiienily
arrested lor private injuries to un Irishman
Much excitement Pxists. Mire arrests ex
pected, more fighting probably.
Henry W, rd Reedier says that- lie woulJ
so 111 go a courting wilh his futho.'e old
lovo letters, us go to church and carry a beak,
pray out o f.
Tbe Mii-siiii) pii n rays tbiit 10,000 dol
lars havo been ruised iriLoxinglo n, Missou
ri, to assist s ittlers from slave-h olJing Stutes
1 go to Kanzas.
Vai capi.e TLs-riMu.NULs.-. There is a very com
ion impr 'ssion thai I'au-nt Mcii-.-iiies, as tu'. y a v
ii-riunl, are usrd only by ibe poor nnd the ignorant.
Hut trotll till! lollowilor. il tltmcnrn ttint tl,..rn i. .
least cup Mt linne which has worked its way into
high circles, and is biiug uied extensively by "th.
ii,'i.'-i 11 11.
The billowing conclusive statement was taken
from tho editorial columns o: ihe New York Couri
er and Kiiipuier. ol t'rb. Ittth, 1351, edited by Col.
Janii s Watson Webb, late V. H. I'targt de Ajaint
ul I'n una:
' We candidly kcrp aloof Tram Patent Medicines
in eeiu-nil, bill on His etrcniitb ol actual tier.-umiil 0..
ul, .ve cluieit. illy reeoiniiKui.i Dr. Urs' Hirnii of
t,iv.,m,ri, :1V an I Cin. l,'ug:n. m all nlllieied witli
(.ouens, 1 oius 1 r iiiuucnza. 11m meil.eul quahiien
1 ' '"u "li"ieiiw ara wtu Known; uie lust
is a tuhloruia plant, whosn virtues we bcliove, aro
n it iiuliiiuiliar 10 His medical prolession.
C;r vV'o 11 iv.i never n led a remedy for a Cold
"""" .u .u aL,"u 111 0llr " "80 than
this tin antral on
Tuo lollowiug is a killer from Major Van nrRES,
brolii .r ul tu. l-.j-rrrsuie.nl, Alarliu Van Burcn.
KiMitniiuox, S.p.2tnh, 18i3.
occaMon to lise'nn Expectorant and Cni-eh Reniedv
last winter, 1 was advised bv the liev. '. !'. 'I'inin.u
ut this place, to try Dr. Ko'eis' iaverworl, '1'ar and
Caiif-liuliiKiiu. 1 uid so, and I think I was urcallv
ikii"o"-'i " 11, uu uu uruiu j ricouuilel'U It loutll-
1 as a CoiiljIi Kern dv. I,. Vam Rnir.
1 lully concur in (he above statement,
Kncn. rick T. Tiffant,
Rcctur ul tbu t-lpiscopal Church.
rrrOil UKONCIIITIS, Throat Diseases,
II ICKIIU t'oiliill. not llie ell, CIS ol' ill! ,iu,lnl .... ...'
M -rcury, no inediciiie l.s ever been discovered
w uen nas rll. ct.d such cr. OiUait.-i's 6'uaaish
t I'liroat diseasns prmlucpd by lalivnion. Hacking
Co igli, llroocliial Alll c:i nis, l.iver Dlsci.se, N u
r .lia and it 11 11 111 ills, 11, havo ull b-i-u leliond aad
card in a woiideitul uiinutr, hy the greul piuit'ur
o. ilia I1U1.1.I, Curler's Spanish tl.xturo."
Tlio c .so ol T. II. liamsey alouq sh iuld satisfy
any w.10 ioi.lit. Cull 0:1 the Afii nl and procure a
piai,.blfl .-inn lining cur.'s, w.'lieli will nsluuud vou.
iSei) advat lis. iiieni. March ill -1m.
OirThsbest evidenc. 'bat .'an bn adduced in fa
vor ul the . iii. itc.ousu. ssoi il lollv.d's i, r.inn Hit
lers, prepared liy Dr. C. M. Jocks m, is ihe unpre
c -d' Hted demand fur Ilium irom ull parts of tha
L'llion; uud allliouzb there tuny ba many compound
prti.i ui-d nud repressund as brini( worthy ol'a lib.
rul patrouiis, yel wa fj roiuiruinud to ren.urk,
that lbs vast nu uber uf testi.nu.iiuls wilh which tha
woriby doclor bus been honored, by persons ol lha
Ida sl character and rrs;iecinbiliiy, who found it
lucemury tu have recourse 10 Ids preparaiion, ia lea
ti.iiony sulli ienily co iclusive, that a more ellectunl
reinody lor tl.a uhnosi immediate rebel of th isa al
rlictud with that direful malady, dyspepsia, basnev.
or Itueiidiscuverod. b advsrlijcniout.
May l' H.'-S -iw.