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THE DAILY -PRESS
Is printed tad published dally, (Sundays excepted,) by
At No. 14 Wait fourth Street,
and delivered to subscribers la CINCINNATI, COV.
INOTON end NHWPOItT.aod In surrounding cities,
villages end towns, at
SIX- CENTS A WEEK, ,
payable to the carrier.
! MICE OF MAILING.
Blngl Copies, t cti.i Ons Month, 40 eta.) Inn
Monina, 91 w; vnm iwr, 91 uu.
TIIIS, MONDAY, Mrch to, DEBUT of the cele
brated prima donna,
Madame CORA DE WILHORST.
l.LTIA 1)1 I.AM.MERIHOOR.
M'me I)i Wllhorat, Hrlanoll, Aanodlo, M
eoln, In theprlncipal roles.
10-M0KK0W, by general raiiuMt,
M'lle Teresa Parodl In tba celebrated character
Thnrariar, GRAND ORATOBIO.-Boaalnra cele.
broted and great aacrad work, "Tba Btabat Mater,"
and Mammoth Concert, whon all tha principal ar
tists. Including the Grand Orchestra and Cho
ruaoa, will appear.
Hntnrriay, second and laat OALA AND OPERA
MATINEE. Opera, In daytime, at 3 o'clock P. M.
NEW NATIONAL THEATER
Ltwia Baser, Sole Lessee; D- A. BeasiDAS, Bta(e
Mauager; W. C. TBimrsooB, Treaiurer,
r The Manager takes great pleasure In announcing
an engagement, for a limited number of nights, with
the celebrated lady and uretinguisnea artiste,
MBS. : N. SINCLAIR,
And with the young American Comedian,
DIR. HENRY BEDL.BY.
MONDAY EVENING, March Mth, will be acted
Bberldau'e admired Comedy, in rive acta, entitled the
SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL.
Sinclair: Charles Surface,
IcdlcviBr Fetor Teazle. Mr. Kalnforrt
Joseph Surface, Mr. Nagle: Sir Benjamin Backbite,
tadjr Teasle. Mr. O. N.
Maria, Mrs. Griffin; Mrs. Candour, Mrs. Julia Jones;
mnri.. nr.. uiiniii, win. 'r
Lady Bneerwell, Mrs. Wllkius.
LOVE IN HUMBLE LIFE.
Ronslans, Mr. Nagle ; Carlltz, Mr. Lefflngwell;
Christine, Miss Julia Jones.
CORNER SIXTH ft VINB Hts., CINCINNATI.
'er.,S, m H ttBOBOB woou,
Mnnauer O. O. BrTANT.
Treaaurer P. B. Cmstiio.
KOTIOK TIMI CHANOKD.
Doors open at 6H o'clock; Performance commences
PRICKS OP ADMISSION.
Dress Circle and Parquotte, So cents; Family Circle,
THE CELEBRATED AND ORIGINAL
EtMopian Barlesue Opera Troupe,
In conjunction with
Miss JULIA GOULD,
, The American Prima Donna,
AT WOOD'S THEATER,
Monday Evening, March 28th, 1859.
This Tronpe la from 583 Broadway, New York,
ia the only Company in existence that performs
MONDAY EVENING, March 2Mh, will be
Buckley' Biirloeque Opera of
Ia which Misa Gould will appear as Laorezla.or
The Campbells! The Campbells!
The Well-known Campbells !
The Favorite Campbells !
The Only Campbells
Old1 and Original Campbells
AND BRASS BAND,
Comprising a selection of the
Beet Musician 4JenerrUly,
Best Ethiopians Performers
IN THE WORLD!
Will Appear for Five Nlghta Onlyt
Smith & Nixon's New & Beautiful
- (The Acoustic quulitlee or which are not surpassed
the Wostero Continent.)
Commencing Saturday. March
Every Performer am Artist In Ws Line.
j tt Ui-llltunt Eliwhes ot Oenlns and Talent.
Now Acts of Every DescrtpUon.
Necre) Minstrelsy as It was and la at
The Impresnarlo of Managers, the founder of
present school of Minstrelsy, whose indefatigable
have been the means of raising it to its
enviable standard, and whose success as a caterer
the public baa never been equaled, will appear
nigbt lq bis peculiar characters,
r Admission, SO eenta. ' '
av For full particulars aee Programmes.
Dr. F. A. JONES, Agent.
E. C. niiNlLtr, Sec'y.
HEW AND INTEKEBTINO ENTERTAINMENT
KVEUY DAY AND EVENING.
1BE LARGEST COLLECTION OF
IN THE UNITEO STATES.
IV. E. Corner Sycamore and Vnlrd
WEDDING MARCH, By Mendelssohn,
CORONATION MARCH, from the
Every Niyht at the Carina, opfoeite Pike'
PORTABLE COOKING RANGE.
: ' f
WE HAVE PERFECTED THE
of a (Superior Portable
Range, ' '
FOR WOOD OR. COAL,
WITH TWO OVEN8 AND
Patent Charcoal Broiler,
One can be seen in operation at our Store.
WM RESOR & CO.,r
xnr-4w ,., IS eV 19 Mala
$400,. $530, $700,
I . Fricsa of our complete Grinding and Bolting
Mills can be seen running at Factory.
, , W.W.HAM KB ACQ.,
1 MH N. K. Cor. Second at. and Western
'KV GAITHER, No. 2UO Sixth '
-Vy prepared to furnish all varieties of
and HVI)K ANTK, from a Needle to an
. " . 1
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CINCINNATI, MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 28, 1859.
PRICE ONE CENT.
Ericsson' New Calorie Engine, by
which thti paper la printed, provee a eucoess.
It mm Hoe's lightning double cylinder press,
throwing oft" three thousand Impressions per
hour, at an expenae, for fuel, of one cent and
a half per lame time. Our preae and engine room
ia open to the publlo at 10 o'olook P. M. Ladiei
and gentlemen, welcome I
Compllmenta to all. Will be home for three montha.
No. lO East Fourth Street.
March 28, 1859. (387)
Spragae & Co., for Good Material,
1U East Fourth street.
Spragae & Co., will Fit yon in Pan Is,
1U East Fourth Street.
Departure of Trains.
Cincinnati, Hamilton ft Datton 6-.00 A. M :4o
A. m., t:4U r Al. o:w r. lu., namuion accuuiiuu
flatlon. Cincinnati A Br. Loma-:00 A. M., 4:15 P. M. 10:90
r. m., iiouisviue txpress.
iMoiANAroi.ia ft Cincinnati 6 A. M., 4: P. M. 8:00
P. M.. Chicago and Terre Haute Night Expresa.
r .TT. . Vikiii a i,i A. M . 41.-, P. M.. 11:. P. M.
Cincinnati, Mamktta A Park rrsbvij From East
Front-Street Depot tl:30 A. M., 3:80 P. M.
Cincinnati, Wii.miniton ft ZANiaviLir. From East
Front-Street lpot . m., s:i r. m.
Cincinnati, Richmond ft India NAPOLia :0o A. M.,
ANnKBaoN, KoKoio ft Looanbpobt From Cincinnati,
Hamilton ft Dayton Hepot-ft.no A. M.
a&T-CARRIKRH, NnWB-BOYg AND AGENTS Sup
nlled with "Daily Press" at BO oenta ner hun
CASH INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE.
No papers sent from or leave the office till
paid for. Advertiuementa to be paid at time
VerMce interesting Local News an 34 pace.
Thkrk in a fine stage of water in the Ohio.
This Press is read by over live thouaand
families in this city.
EvKRf thing exposed for sale in market Is
said to be extremely high.
Inmknsb quantities of molasacs are arriving
in our eity daily.
Boats arriving here yesterday report that
there was a perfect gale on the Mississippi,
night before last.
Lottery offices are increasing to a fearful
extent in this eity, an evidence that it is a pay
The amount of goods sold by our wholesale
merchants this spring excoed that of last spring
by forty per cent.
The knowing ones say that the contest
mayoralty in the Opposition Convention, will
be between Greenwood and Eggleston.
Skvkral suspected chevalitr$ U indiutrie were
ejected from Pike's Opera Bouse on Saturday
The Morning Prayer Meetings, held at
First Presbyterian Church, are largely attended,
and the interest is still increasing.
The Wm. P. Jones arrested for oounterfeit-
inz. is not the Wm. P. Jones oonneoted with
the Intelligence Office, No. 25 East Fourth et.
The new building, now in process of oon
itruotion on the corner of Fourth and Vine,
to be one of the finest, though not the largest,
in the eity.
The people of Jamestown, Ky., have started
a ferry-boat, propelled by horses. Hundreds
i "old folks" go to see it, as it reminds them
primitive days. '
A horse, attached to a buggy, ran off
Freeman street yesterday afternoon, throwing
ont the two gentlemen in the vehicle, bruising
Our principal streets are kept in good condi
tion. Would that we oould say as much in
gard to many of the by-streots and alleys,
this respect, sa our more frequented thorough-
A lady by the name of Williams was robbed
in market, on Saturday morning, of her
containing $7. We would suggest that
caution and carefulness of their financial
partment, would prevent the frequent occur
rence of the robbery of females in our crowded
The "ball-game" an expert, scientific
ation for relieving unsuspecting gentlemen
from the rural districts of their loose funds
successfully played yesterday to the tune
$40, upon a man by the name of Jacobs,
hails from Warren County. The performance
took place on the landing, below Walnut
A man named Henry Tierney was arrested
and taken to the Ninth-streot Station-house
yesterday afternoon, upon a charge of
and battery with intent to kill. He raised
row in a coffee-house on Plum street, near
and threw glasses, bottles, etc., at
person be saw and Injured some quite
He will have a hearing this morning
Ccttino Affray Last Nioht. On the
ner of Ninth and John streets, last
about ten o'clock, Thomas Keeshan met
Brady, and told him that if he did not
sixty-two cents be owed, he (Keeshan)
kill him. Brady repllet1 that he did not
it, whereupon Keeshan caught up a
knife, which was about eight inohes long,
sUbbed him in the back, the knife
below and to the loft of the shoulder-blade,
striking the rib and passing backward
upward, making a wound about four
deep and an inoh and a quarter in
Brady was cut also in the left side and
he having caught the knife; but none of
wounds are dangerous. Keeshan was
and will have a bearing this morning.
The Cabinet-Makers' Protective
The Strike Still Holds Out.
THE REPORTS OF THE DAILY PRESS
We have no doubt but that there are many
who entertain the idea that the Interest at first
manifested by the members of the above asso
ciation ia abating, but suoh Is evidently not
The meeting of lact Saturday was the largest
yet held, and was eonduoted with order and
In this conneotion It Is but just to state that
throughout the entire deliberations of this
body, every thing has been eonduoted coolly
and calmly. That usual impulsive excitement
has not been displayed at any of their meetings.
The minutes of the previous meeting were
read in German and English, and unanimously
The Finance Committee reported that the
funds in the treasury were rapidly increasing
quite a number having joined the Union Bince
the last meeting, and paid their dues.
It was stated that a report was in circula
tion to the effect that Mr. Dobell, in signing
the bill, had said nothing about allowing
Mr. McCurdy maintained that the "Shop
Committee'.' was a matter of great importance to
the journeymen. It waa the only means they
had of securing a uniform bill of prloer. It
was not the objeot of this committee aa had
heen asserted by several employers to dictate
to bosses as to what they should pay. The
bill of prices regulates that matter. Their
duty was simply to see that the bosses did pay
what they agreed to. He moved that the com
mit teo be instructed to call on Mr. Dobell and
aacertainhis position as to a "Shop Committee."
Tho Investigating Committee made the fol
A cabinet-makor from the factory of John
ston & Meader found working for Mitchell
Rammelsberg. The committee was instructed
to ask him to oome up and join the Union.
No report from Mitchell A Kammelsberg, Mr.
Duncan, or Weiderich A Jones.
Kramer A Co. report that they are willing
sign the list, pay the advance asked per week,
on acoount, and the balance when required, but
would not submit to the "Shop .Committee."
Roport sent back by unanimous vote,
Aaron Shaw is still willing to sign the bill,
but Is down on the "Shop Committee." It was
agreed to allow Mr. Shaw further time.
Mr. F. H. Knoblongh had signed the bill,
and wished to be considered " all right."
Mr. K. did not state in writing whether
would submit to a "Shop Committee" or not,
the report was sent back.
Mr. Wagoner regretted this aotion very
much. lie knew that Mr. Knoblough wanted
to do every thine that was lair. Had bad
conversation with Mr. K. on the subject of
"Shop Committee" before he signed the bill-
Mr. K. was strongly in favor of having one.
Mr, Wagoner felt certain that it was an over
sight in Mr. Knoblough.
Mr. Wrampelmier is willing to come
Asks the Union to present him with a oopy
the constitution. The committee was instructed
to oomply with the request of Mr. W.
The seourity bonds of Mr. John A. Tupner
who had been elected Treasurer of the Union,
The regular business being over, loud
were made for the reading of the card of
Rammelsberg, published in the Daily Press
Saturday last. The card was read both
German and English,and was bitterly denounced
by all present. '
Mr. Kay stated that Mr. R.'s language
ambiguous. It was oaloulated to reflect
the reports as published in the Press.
therefore offered the following :
Rttnlctd. That tha reports of this meetina.
as published in the Daily Press, from day
dav. are oorrect, in every respect, and corres
pond with the minutes ot tne secretary.
It waa then moved and seconded that
parties cognizant of the actions of Mr. Ram'
melsberg, relative to the strike, make affidavits
of the facta, and publish the same, properly
This motion was put and oarried, when
meeting adjourned until this afternoon at
An Octhaoe. On Friday last a poor
family living on Vine street, below Columbia,
was, so we are informed, turned out of
and home their furniture was piled npon
sidewalk in front of the house, and remained
there op to a late hour Saturday night
old woman and a little girl keeping watch
what was, no doubt, every thing they
sessed in the world. This misery was
upon them by some cruel and heartless
lord, because they were unable to pay the
Wm. P. Jones, the man who was sent to
a few days, by Justice Goodin, of Delhi
shlu. for passing- counterfeit money, was an
caped oonviot from the Penitentiary at
sonvilie. Yesterday ho was token baok on
Telegraph to serve out a six years term for
same offense. He is quite industrious, and
.. A man named Christian March, who
on Buckeye street, yesterday fell from the
of an omnibus, on Court street, near,
row, and Injured himself quite severely.
was taken to the. office of the Coroner,
in consequence of the exertions of Drs.
and Neal, he loon recovered sufficiently
taken home. -
On Saturday the three Spaniards, who
arrested for picking pookets in the
were sentenced by Judge Pruden to thirty
incarceration in the City Prison.
va. a prom
issory note against an Indorser. The defense waa
that thore had been no di.msnd and notice. The In
dorser, ovor hla signature, Indorsed on the nolo "pro
test whjtwi, ami I lie question waa wneiuor tms ex
cused the want of demitnd and notice.
Judge Dickson, In disposing of the case, said that
the Supreme Court (Ohio Suite Reports, Vol. i, pp.
.vm), any mat, in commercial language, tne term
"protest" tnclndca not only the formal declaration
drawn up and signed by the notary, but also, "all the
stop necessary to oharge an indorser." The waiver,
then, of protest, is a waiver of "all the necessary
steps to charge the Indorser." These atepa are due
demand or the maker, and clue notice or dishonor to
the Indorser. The waiver of protest, then, excludes
the plaintiff for not making demand and giving no.
re. juugmnnt lor jMaintm.
ox for plaintiff; Murdoch
MurJofii fur defense.
Wvman vs. Wvman. l)iMren of riivorc asked
RgHinst the wife, on the ground of willful absence
Kfiusea, ana petition dismissed.
M. E. Monkhon" vs. Christian T. Monkhoft. Di
vorce granted on the ground of neglect of duty.
Camm At Stnr.. Jnrloe Carter havlna elnaed all tli
business of the sossiun, sentenced the prisoners, etc.,
I the Hilioant of blisineu. too. helticr iiniimiallv tinHVV).
adjourned over this branch of the Court until April.
Meeting; or the Youno Men's National
Republican Association. Quite a large and
enthusiaatio meeting of the Young Men's Na'
tional Republican Association was held on Sat
urday evening, at their rooms, No, 5 Metro
politan Hall. Dr. N. C. Daniols occupied the
chair, and H. G. Armstrong acted as Secretary,
The following preamble and resolutions, ex
pressive of the sense of the meeting on the
Police Bill, were passed unanimously:
Whereas, The Legislature of Ohio, by
partisan majority, have passed an act by which
they have transferred the control of the police
from the Mayor, who was elected for that pur
pose, to the Police Judge and City Auditor, who
were not :
And Whereas. This has been done just at
the close of the term of office of said Judge and
Auditor, and at a time when they represent tho
sentiments and views or a minority ot tho peo
and whereas, eaia sot is so arrnngea that
the Police Commissioners are to bo elected ono
week before, and are to appoint tho police two
days alter tho ensuing bpring eloction, thus
rendering it certain that the conduct of parti
sans at the eloction will determine the choice
of the police :
And Whrrba8, The same Democratic ma
jority that passed the law rejected an amend
ment providing for the eleotion of Police Com
missioners by the poopie, rejocted another
amendment providing for the appointment
Police Judge, Auditor and Mayor to be ohosen
at the ensuing Spring oloction, and rejected
third amendment forbidding tho police selected
under said law from elootioneoring while on
And VYhkreas, Kaid law was not petitioned
for by the people, but was protested against
the City Council, and remonstrances wero pre
sented from a very large number of our bost
Ruolvtd, That we denounco said law as
invasion of our rights of self-government,
will, in every honorable and legal way, resist
Retokeit, That this law is worthy of
professed friends of Popular Sovereignty,
of the defenders of the Lecomptou Constitn
Hon, of the supporters of the fraudulent Canal
Contracts, of the indorsers of Breslin, Morgan
and Edgerton, of the followers of the Adininis
tration which gives contracts so as to fill
shops with Democratic voters, and doubtful
districts, just before elections, and is a
child of such Polluted parents.
. . a.. . . . . . .
nemweii, mat oy giving control over
number and pay of watchmen to the partisan
Commissioners, and to be selected under
law, the bogus Democracy have rendered
crease of taxation inevitable.
Reeolved, That we denounce the Democrat-
io party for not having abolished the office
City Marshal, or reduced its pay to reasonable
limits, and tor having, by the passage ol
unconstitutional law, lett the omce in
force until we can, as we shall, sweep
from legislative power, in uetober next,
Jittolved, That we tnanK the uity council
for their prompt action to test the validity
this lnlamous law.
Reeolved, That we recommend the approach
ing Opposition Convention to nominate a
didate tor city Marshal, and tne people to
the same, to hold the position during the
term, until the Legislature shall, by valid
Islation, abolisn the omce.
Several persons addressed the meeting,
nounoing the Bill in every particular, as
ing nothing to reoommend it to the support
the thoughtful well-wishers of the community
The Association then adjourned till next
Another Fugitive Slave Arrested.
few days ago a young man from Cabell
Virginia, named James Kilgour, arrived
this city, and procured a warrant for the
of a fugitive slave named Lewis Early,
he had heard was residing in Highland
in this State. After a long-continued
Mr. Kilgour, with a friend, Mr. Thompson
Kentucky, and United States Deputy
Manson, came upon a couple of negroes
were chopping wood in Buckskin Township,
Ross County, one of whom proved to be
fugitive Early. He was arrested and
ouffed, while the other ran to a farm house
told what had happened,
The occurrence caused considerable
ment, and a warrant was issued for the
who were summoned before a magistrate ;
it was deoided that tho Marshal was
only in the fulfillment of his duties, according
to a recent decision of the Supreme Court,
of course, they were discharged. They
took the cars to Chillicothe for the purpose
meeting the train coming to this city,
they arrived at eleven o'clock on
The fugitive, in the afternoon, was token
fore United States Commissioner Charles
Brown ; but as there are a number of
who are required in the oase that live in
County, Va., it was oontinued the negro
in the moan time, remanded to jail. It
claimed by Mr. Jollifie, counsel for tho
that Early was entitled to his freedom,
having been manumitted some time ago
father of the plaintiff, but that the papers
been burnt in a house whioh was destroyed
fire at the time ho resided in it. This Mr.
gour denied, and stated that bis father
lunatic, and that a guardian had been
over him. The case will come
before the Commissioner on Friday next.
At the East we learn that anxieties
teamers "Niagara" and "Alps" are
intense Both are past due, having boen
18 days out. To such ae have frionds
we would say, there is no cause of alarm,
this season of the year It is nothing
for steamers to be sixteen or uioro days
Any way, it is a fact often forgotten
(in reverence we say it,) that our friends
just si near God on the water as off of it.
At a meeting of the St. Patrick's Roman
Catbolio Benevolent Society, held In the base
ment of St. Peter's Cathedral, Sunday evening,
March 27th, the following resolutions were
adopted : '
Whereas, A meeting has been oallod by
some anonymous person cr persons, to express
indignation at a notice ot the prooesston et fct.
Patrick's day of this Society, in one of the
daily papers of this city; and
Whereas. This call Is wholly unauthorised
Jiuofoea, That, as we are competent to man
age our own concerns, we foel that we are auto
onpablo or taking care of our honor and dig
nity, and shall recent them when we oonsider
that the insult and its author deserve it.
Retolved, That if the "notice" was intended
for wit, its stupidity, as woll as its bad taste,
saves it from either indignation or oontempt (
and if it were intended for malice, we can af
ford to despise it.
Ketoivta, That we entirely repudiate the
meeting of to-morrow night.
Kfolvtd, That the above resolutions be in
serted in the Daily Press, Daily Gazette, Com
WM. GEOGHEGAN, Sec'y.
We notice demands by the people are being
made upon Mr. William Stoms, of the firm of
John F. Dair k Co., to become Counoilman
from the First Ward. In the Press of the
19th Inst., we announced this paper to be for
tho people the whole people East, West,
North and South that we knew no Democrat,
no Republican, no American, no party, no
sect except wo knew all as one brotherhood.
Now to the application. We do not know,
nor do we care, - What Mr. Stoms' political
views are; but we do know that he is an honest
and capable man, and we feel confidence in
him, thnt, if elected, he will discharge the
duties of Councilman to the satisfaction of the
Important to Real Estate Purciiahers.
It may not be known to persons who buy real
estate that any chargo for gas which may re
main unpaid at the time of the transfer is held
ns a lien upon the property; theroforo, when
they inquire at the County Auditor's office in
regard to the oounty tax, it would bo well, at
tho same timo, to drop into the office of the
City Auditor and seo that there arc no arrears
to be settled there. It may save them some
annoyance and tho city some trouble.
Thi: Daily Press will bo found on filoat all
the principal hotels in the following cities:
New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Baltimore,
Washington East; Louisville, Memphis and
New Orleans South; St. Louis, Milwaukee and
other citioe West; and also at all American
Express Offices in London and Paris.
Silver from Sonuka. Wo had exhibited
to us on Saturday a specimen of silver front
Sonora, weighing a littlo over thirty-eight
ounces, and valuod at $4tf. It was sent by mail
from the company who started from this city,
and who have established there amalgamation
works. Tho enterprise, we understand, bids fuir
to become a paying one.
A ferocious dog attacked two ladies on
Broadway, between Third and Fourth streets,
on Saturday evening, tearing their dresses, but
before inflicting any bodily harm the beast was
driven off by a gentleman who came to their
A middi.e-aoed gentleman, we have forgotten
his name, fell in a fit, on the corner of Four
teenth and Elm streets. He was conveyed
couple officers to a house near by, and
physician sent for, who, after proper examina
tion, considered him in a very critioal oondltlon.
Mr. Dkrby, we understand, Is about to erect
a large building, to be adorned with a pure
white marble front, on the lot adjoining Car
lisle's Buildings. Considerable rivalry exists
as to who shall put up the finest building.
May it increase.
Chas. Kucoer, charged with stabbing Mary
J. Brown, in the shoulder, on Thursday night
lost, at a disreputable house, was before
Police Court, on Saturday, for examination,
and hold in the sum of $500 to answer at
next term of the Common Pleas Court.
sa. SECOND WARD OPPOSITION
MEETING. There will bo a mcetiug of the Opposi
tion held ut Nutlonal Hull. Vine street, betwoen
enil Rlth at renin, nn MONDAY EVENING.
28, at 7 o'clock, fur tho purpose of electing six
to attend the Noiuiiiating Covcntionon the
lust., and also to nomluata ward omcuru lor
coming election. S. 8. DAV1H, Ex. Com
357-THE KBillUIR EH. A MASS
Meet Ing of Irish-born citizens, will bo held at Frank
lin Hall, corner of Sixth and Sycamore streets,
MONDAY EVENING, 2sth inst., at 7S o'clock,
tl.a ni.i iw.se ut rvnresMnff the inainnation aud
tempt that the Sous of Erin feel at the late scurrilous
and InsulliiiK article that appeared in tho Enoulrer
on the letb inst. It is expected that every Insiiman,
whose heart tlipiiis ror native laua.wiu oe preeeni
All cititi-us arejuviled to attend. uir2H-B
fr-ADVPRTISE IN THE HOOSIER
STATE, l.awrencebiirg, Ind. mrZb-awT
"The Blood is the Life Thereof."
Chemical Aurther of the Iilaod of Conmmptivee
Show a deficiency of the Itcd Globules.
Ai-enrilins tn I.I. Mb. these eiohulet attract
from Hie nlr, and combustion of the carbonaceous
particles of the blonil ensues, evolving auinmlheat
vitality I it follows, ttiorefuro, if they wore deficient,
vitality would ne ucieciive.
"The l.l.Mwl en not l.e ilenrived of a certain
lilyof its globules, without there resulting from
or,.K nr.utti'Hiiitn nl the muscular svsteiu.
marked general lei-lilc-ness, grave perturbations of
i.nrvntiM MVMtei... i.n.l various disorders of the
lions of digi-sti.in, respiration and circulation.
iM-ture auscultation can uuiec.i ine exisu-uce or
the blnoil gliibiiles are already diminished,
and the blood exhibits the characteristic of that
iierson who hss been bled several times. As
uben-lea of tho lungs advance, the diminution ol
globules frrows more and more considerable, and.
last, reerlies its minimum, when lb. limits are
with cavities." jAuilml on the lllood.l Now,
admitted, Wood's Practice,! that tulierciilous
sition is in a ratio Willi iieiective viuuiiy ,
the globules, or hematosin were deflcsent
tunercuioiis deposition would m- increased.
Upon such Obeinicnl and Physiological facia
based Mr. tiuillord's theory of the causes of
Chronic Debility, etc.,. na st forth in
receut lecture at ISiiiltli A Nixon's Hall.
It is, of courae, impossible, in the brief limits
circular, to embody uuil argue this theory. He
merely say f nal ne nas preaeuum it io ine oonsiuura-
tiou of the most eminent rdivsicialis in the
States, who admit its plausibility, and have
confessed their li.aliillty to criticise It. Admitting
its correctness, the obvious inference is, thatia
sumption, and all other diseases of Chronic
or defi i'tivo vitality, if the globules or hematoelu
di-ttcient, land analyses of the blood in these
show that It Is so,) the rational mode of li est
to increase their iiuaiility in the blood,
Now, the analyses ol these globules (or red
show that tbay are composed of iron, sulphur
phosphorus. Ho has, oousistuently, spent
years of study in compounding a preparation of
elements to meet the object required, and now
otters his "lieiiiatogenioHurup" lot lie
ae rim best preparation sew eibtut Cor xeuovatiug
the tileo.l, incivaaiiig tlie slreugt b.and aiding
to free herself from disease,
For sale at Ho. IM West Sixth street, one door
of Mace. , i -AW
' lV.w,rI Ttl l.t,r : TM BtUdfrt T,f.iM. V
All who wish to enjoy the most exquisite stjlej
of music, charming melody and perfect har
mony, wy rarely, if ever, find av better oprty t
tunity to have their tastes, stratified. Thoae
who wlah to see the gtrniar or "Lfceghfair told
ing both hla aides" paraonlfled, hire only to ' "
repair to Woedfl Theater thiseverdsg.) If yon 1
wish to "laugh." arself, "and grew fat," go )
to Wood'a Theater; or. if you wlah to weep,
tears of joy, go to Wood'l Theater. '
"With mirth and laughter let old age come
on I Why thould a man sit like his grandsire
cut In alabaster, and Creop into the jaundice by '
growing peevish T"
In the ooinmentj of our exchanges npon ,
those performers, there Is nothing like invidi
ous distinction or prefcrenee, but all receive
alike unqualified praise. ' And though we wish '
to make none ourselves, we can hardly forbear '
to mention the distinguished excellence ao-
corded to Misa Gould. It is no small honor
to bo denominated the " first Amerioan prima
donna," nor is such an honor woa but by supe
rior merit. "Even under the impediments of
her somber disguise, and the drollery of a bur-'
leeque, she produced all the effect of the most
pathetie comedy. The mingling of the serious
and the sentimental with the ridiculous and the
oomto In such a manner aa to bring the tear
and exoite the smile together, requires no ordi
nary talent and exhibits no common genius."
Fred Buckley, formerly known as "L e'
Ole Butt," has reflected honor rather than dis
credit npon his distinguished name-sake. In
deed, it is the candid judgment of many, who
have heard both, that the youthful violinist is
no whit Inferior, If not tn some respect supe-
rior, to the renowned Norwegian. But go and
judge for yourselves. ',.'
We have said this much, that none of our
readers may lose the excellent treat now offered
Siiowdon fe Otte have now on band a
very large stock of Curtain Goods of all kinds,
Oil-oloths and every thing that comes under
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The Bread Manufactured by the Union
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those who have not yet given it a trial, we
would say do so at once.
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chine in another column.
See Home Inftrcttt oh 2d pay. .
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THE SIMPLE ANNOUNCEMENT
that wo have a Machine in every way
equal to the
AT THE LOW PRICE OF
$ 3 5
I ALSO, the reputation it has acqfired in
every place where it has been introauceu,
has heretoloro rendered it unneceesary
(with the limited means we have hod for
, m u : .
supplying ourselves wim iviauuiuuo,; w,
advertise to any great extent,
stimiitiou. ot a
Having Already Exceeded
BUT BEING . NOW
Fill all Orders Promptly, -
WE FEEI, IT OVR DUTY,
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To use all the means in his power to let
the Publio know that they can get as. good
As there ia in market, at a reasonable
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MOST FAVORABLE NOTICE
In the report of the Fair at the Franklin
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PLACED AT THE HEAD
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Over all others, at the State Fairs of Illi
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English Pickles and Sauces. '
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. WHOLESALE GROCERS,.-.
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