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HKNHY ftKED &; CO., tarreaa aw raoraiaroaa. MONDAY.. ..JUNE 11 The News—Highly Important from Japan. Tba orerUnd mall news, telegraphed to ui tbil morning, announce the aMaatination of tbe Tyooon of Japan, and an tutir change in tb Government. Tbe newi from China It of aa Important commercial character. General Jeunp't death, for 10m days an tlclpated, it announced to hare occurred yes terday at Washington. Tbe Indiana, to the extent of a thousand, hare made ft bold attack on Fort Defiance, and great alarm la felt among the whites in that vicinity. The Tariff. The new tariff hill Imposes a duty of one cent a pound on the low gradct of raw tug&r and on tyrnpt, which, estimating syrups at teu pounda to the gallon, would make an ad' ditional charge of ten centa a gallon to the couiumer. In addition it will be remembered that our present free-trade Secretary of the Treasury orders tbat the weight of packages shall be added, and duty charged upon them On the better grades of raw augar the uew bill Imposes a duty of one and a half cents a pound ; on rcGued sugar, two and a half centa; and on colored sugar and candy, five cents, On such qualities of sugar aa are required for table nse, and for preserving fruits, the people are to pay two and a half cents pound tax for the benefit of Louisiana sugar planters. To what end? Will they ever be able to make sugar without this Government favor itism? Nobody bolievet that they will. Neither toll nor climate are going to be improved by protection, nor labor cheapened, and as the production Is made by slave labor, there it no excuse of tbe low wages of pauper labor in Europe to offer as a reason fur protection In the caso of ron and coal there is some ex ense for enormous duties, in political neces ity, as the support of Pennsylvania L: needed to carry the tariff bill, and it is thought that tbe State may be secured to tbe Republicans by conceding it all it can ask on its special ities. But neither the tariff bill nor the Re publican party will get any support from Louisiana. It will pocket the two and a hall cents a pound on its sugar, taken out of the pocketsof ourfarmers and laborers, aud abuse tht party aud the people who pay it this tribute. No on will pretend that this duty dos not increase the cost of sugar to pre cisely that amount to the consumer. It comet with particular hardships 'on Northern farmers and laborers. The tariB bill provides no protection to Northern farmers which can compensate for the tax on this one article, although it doet provide a nice, protection on hay aud pumpkins. Tbe Louisiana sugar-planters are supported by Government bounties. It would be far bet ter tbat they should be retired from business on Government pensions, and the sugar trad thrown open. Another top is offered to the Southern Cerberus in the shape of a duty of fifty cent pouod on all kindt of cigart, and ten per cent, ad valorem; ten centt a pound and twenty-five per cent, ad valorem on leaf to bacco; being prohibitory on all bnt. high priced qualities. Pennsylvania hat, of course, had her own way in adjusting tbe tariff, and baa cut il thick on every thing in the shape of iron and coal. On bar iron, which it made to include slabs, blooms, and every thing more advanced than pig iron, tbe duty it fifteen dollars a tun; railroad iron, twelve dollars a tun; on boiler-plate iron, twenty dollars a tun; on rolled or hammered iron (other than one fourth ipch, or less, iron wire,) one dollar o hundred pounds; on pig iron, tlx dollars a tun; on hollow-ware, stoves, Ac, one cent a pound; on band and hoop iron, nail rods, Ac, twenty dollars a tun; on anchors, iron chain.", cablaj and anvils, one dullar and fif.y cents a hundred pounds; on wrought nails, spikes, rivetl and bolts, blacksmith hammers and sledges, malleable iron in castings, steam, gas and water pipes, two cents a pound; and vary species of iron manufacture is favored with similar duties; while bituminout coal it "protected" by a duty of one dollar a tun, as If coal could not be digged out of the bowels of Pennsylvania without protection against that which is excavated under much greater disadvantages in England and transported three thousand miles. The duties on blankets and thawlt are snort than doublsd, and throughout, the new tariff it arranged to as to place a much heavier burden on articles of general neces sity than on fine goods which nro more in the nature of luxuries. It it remarkable for tht enormous protection il provides for a few Interests, tuch at the tugar, iron, pitch and turpentine, and the woolen manufac tures, and for sacrificing the other interest of the country to them. Great opposition has been made by pro tectionist! to tht ad valorem system as open ing the way to frauds; and one great reason urged for a revision of the tariff was, thai specific duties might be substituted; but this bill provide both ad valorem and specific duties, even on the same articles, preserving the frauds of the one and adding tbe ine quality of the other system. Tb necessities of Government require heavy tax upon import, and mak it neces sary that it should be adjusted with some regard to uniformity, to prevent its being oppressive. Even a horizontal tariff would provide til the protection that manufacturers need that is, if they need any, which we deny but this bill sacrifices revenue to pro tection, and has saddled tht Republican party with a aystem which baa been thoroughly ''contested in this country and beaten, and will be beaten again, as often at it is fairly brought before tb people. Th Republican party in Congress hat taken tbe earliest op portunity to show to the country that It is ' merely a restoration of ancient Wuiggery, with tht Bourbon virtue of learning nothing and forgetting nothing. Eitmt or Tat FiiHcaitt or Florida. - Th Boston (Hast ) Commercial Bulletin lays: Tb coast or Florida, to the extent of at least , tlx hundred miles, abounds in tbe finest fisb. Pompino, sbcep's-aead, grouper, Spanish mackerel, red fisb, king tin, mullet, green - turtle, Ac, are to be found in inexhaustible quantities at almost every point, both on tb ,' eastern and western coast. Oysters, which are not surpassed, if equaled in ix and flavor by any in tb world, are to be found ' " la almost every cove, and . the numerous lakes, rivers and creeks of the interior teem ' with delicious fresh water fisb, such as trout, bees, and soft-shell turtle. , t. Return of the Jews to Palestine. Th reliiloue editor of th Ohio State Journal says that events ar now transpiring blch indicate a general movement of tb Jews to repossess the promised land. "Th tide of progress, after alapso of centuries, seems to have fairly turned In that direction, and tbe prayers long offered by that scat tered people may be said to be hastening to Its fulfillment." The Journal ttatct that liberal propositions have been made by the Sultan of Turkey for the encouragement of Jewish emigration to Palestine, but holds tbat these events are more In consequence of prophesy than of Turkish liberality; and that "to the reader of the yet unfulfilled pages of Revelation they point to what," at it respects the Jewish nation, "prophets and kings," have long waited for, "but died without the tight." In regard to " the prayers long offered by tbat scattered people," there is probably a mistake of fact The prayers for tbe restora tion of tho Jewt have been chiefly offered by dovout Christians, who have insisted that the Scriptures should be fulfilled in this way. The Hebrews themselves have taken all pro per moans to show that they are just at much native in the countrict where they are born, as auy other peoplo, and that they desire no restoration. It seems singular tbat Tartars, and Saxons, and even Africans, should have facilities of transmigration to any country, and of becoming native to it, while it is in sisted that tho Hebrews shall be regarded as exiles, tarrying in the wilderness, and longing for a return to Palestine. The Christian idea is tbat the Hebrews are under a curse, and it is very creditable to Christianity that it should wish It removed. But so far as temporal prosperity is con cerned, there are no signs of tbe disfavor of God, and in this country, where there are no political distinctions on account ot religion, tbey have equal rights with all. Thit is all that tbey ask or need, and thit will answer every purpose, except the fulfillment of acer tain Interpretation of the prophesies. But these can only be fulfilled by a restoration of the Jews to favor as God't peculiar people, when all other nationt would be outside bar barians, or "dogs," as the Hebrews used to call them, when tbey monopolized divine favor. Even converts to the Hebrew religion were not regarded worthy to eoter the Temple, but had the privilege of a pen outside. In viow of this, tbe prayerful anxiety of Christians seems curious. But it is clear that nothing less than this will be such a restoration aa is prayed for. The Hebrews enjoy tbe highest temporal pros perity now. They are also natives of coun tries compared with which Palestine it a desert; therefore the only restoration that can better their condition Is a return of the peculiar favor of God. W doubt if the peo ple who are praying for this would like to have their prayers answered in the only pos sible way. God s purposes required a chosen people once; tbey have been worked out or abandoned, and certainly to re-establish tucb a favoritism now would not glorify his justice. A Nashville paper anticipates a difficulty in the way of a restoration to Palestine, from tbe fact tbat the Hebrews are not now an agricultural people, and, tberefore, the pro gress of tbe nation would be crippled by the want of tbe means of subsistence. But the fact is. they never were an agricultural people; they ware pastoral, and probably would re turn readily to that mode of living, in a country adapted to it. This bent was un doubtedly given to tbe Hebrew mind by the Divine favor shown to Abel, who first intro duced pastoral life, over Cain, who undertook agriculture; Abel's offering of flesh having been received with high favor, while the fruit and vegetables of Cain met a cold re ception. But if the restoration of the He brews is really necessary to the fulfillment ol prophesy, tbe means will be provided, and for us to suggest difficulties aud wonder how God It to overcome tbera, it only reducing Omnipotence to our puny dimensions. Latest raosi Pixi't Peak Great Pochino is or Emigrants. TheitocAy Mountain Newt of the 30th May. ears: Emigrants arc coming in at a rate little, if any, less tnan a inousana a uay. ux teams have been arriving for about a week. They come in long trains, or singly, pouring in irons the Platte Road and tbe Cut-off in an almost endless stream. Horse and mule teams are still coming, but strange as it may seem, their stock is not in as good condition as those tbat arrived a month since. Grass is reported short, and if tbe drouth continues ,'oed must soon be scarce along the roads most traveled. General Lamobioisri in the States or tbi Cboucb. General Lamoriciere it now on a tour of inspection in the State of the uuurcb, endeavoring to place them in a ttate uf defense. Hit object appears to be to or ganise au army of 20,000 men, and a hetero genous oue, it will be, as it now includes Gor inuns, Swiss, Irish, Belgians, Portuguese, Spaniards, Dutch, and even Americans. Ap plications for commissions are numerous enough, some enthusiastic gentleman affect ing to believe that a new crusade is about to dawn; but the answer always is, that the Holy Father has much more occasion for soldiers than for colonels. The subscriptions in behalf of tbe Pope from all quarters have thus far only reached $300,000. Indian Fight Six Kiowas Killed. A letter received from CaDtain Cabell. Quarter master, Fort Cobb, to Dr. E. R. Duval, of l ort Stnittt, Ala., outed May 18, says: The Reserve Indians, Tonkaweya, Caddoes, Delaware, Ioncs, Wiehitas, Ac, followed a party of seven Kiowa Indians on tbe 3d, and succeeded in killing six. They are all, I un lersland, to have a grand scalp and war dance to-night over the aix scalps, and will ilao repeat tbe same when Major Rector, the Superintendent, arrives, in honor of hit ar rival. Focr Meh Drowned. Tht Lexington (Mo.) atwertucr says mat on aniuraay morning, as a raft was coming down tbe river, between Wellington and that city, it struck a snag, and broke in half, and lour men, who were on It, were precipitated Into the river and drowned. One of tbe men swam a consider able distance before he sunk. A Papal Cross. Tht Pope has sent tbe cross of St. Gregory the Great to M. de Vil lele, formerly Minister under Charles X. This honor was in acknowledgment of the devotion of the recipient to the Papal cause. M. de Villele recently presented to tbe Pope, in lull Pontificial uniforn, his two nephews, who came to the Eternal City at volunteers for tbe Papal army. i Horriili Brutality or a Husband. A woman named O'Connell, residing In Albany, S. V to enraged her husband by constant a abuse, that while she was administering a curtain lecture to him, he seised her by tbe throat and choked out her tongue, and nip ped off the end of it with a pair of nippers. Hohsoldt's Lirrart to re Sold. Tbe en tire library of Baron von Humboldt, embrac ing 100,000 volumee, many of thein of great rarity, abounding- in presented conies, it to be sold, ia all probability, toward the end of ine present year. A Maryland company are enraged in buy ing up tn oyster-beds in tbat 8 .ale. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. Sunday Evening's Dispatches. Fonr Days Later from Europe. Arrival of the North Briton at Farther Point. Farther Point, June 10. The steamship North Briton, from Liverpool. Mar 30, and via Londonderry on tbe 31st ult, passed Far ther Point at five o'clock P. M. to-day, en route tor Quebec. The eteamsnins Uanaua. from Boston, aua City of Mancheettr arrived at Liverpool on the 2Bth. The steamer Teutoma. from New York. for Hamburg, arrived at Qneenstown on the ZBtu, with her machinery ditaoiea. T I. . Di . C the City of Waehington from New York, ar rived at Oueenstown on the 31st. Liverpool Cotton Market. the sales of cot ton tor tnree aays nave Deen ij,'jw dbiub, mriuuiutf to snecuiaiors ana exporters. The market baa been very dull, and inferior qualities show a slight decline, quotations otiae very trrep-uiar. ine aavicea irum Manchester are favorable. The market be ing firm for goods and yarns, but quiet on account of the holiday. Breadstuffs trenerallv dull. Wakefield, Najh A Co. report flour dull and steady. Wfeat steady; 10-3d.10-9d., white lis. 12-w. lora steady ana in more aeinauu, Provisions quiet. Beef dull; quotations barely maintained. Bacon quiet ana stcaay. Lard dull and nominal: 67 for good. Tallow auiet at 54. Spirits Turpentine dull, at 34-6d.34-9d. Sugar quiet. Coffee steady: Rin nuiet. Ashes auiet. London, Mat 30. Breadstuffs firm and very quiet. Coffee steady. Tea very firm, Rice steadv. Tallow 62s. 3d.52s. 6d. Lin seed Oil 28s. 3d.28a. 6d. Iron Scotch Pig dull at 50s. 8d.ais. Ttinnntrhna rennrt the assertion of Gari baldi having defeated tbe Royal troops and bad entered Palermo, Dul tne report it not confirmed. Several Neapolitan vessels of war arrived at Palermo. The Paris Patrie says the Insurrection it being organized to such an extent that its fall of Palermo was unavoidable, being only a Question of time. As toon aa the insurgents are master! of Palermo, Garibaldi will declare Sicily an nexed to Italy. London, May 30. Consols closed on the 30th at 94!495Ji for money, and 95&95Ji tor account. latest bt teleoraph. Liverpool, May 31 P. Jf. Cotton tales vesterdav and to-dav were 16,000 bales, in eluding 4,000 to speculators and exporters; the market closed dull, but prices unaltered. Breadstuffs are unaltered, but steady. Corn steady. Provisions dull, and other articles unchanged. London, May 31 P. M. Consols closed to-day at 94V.95 for money and account. American securities steady: Illinois Central Railroad shares 4143 discount; Illinois Central 160; F tee land 92; Erie 19K20j New Xorlc Central 71(073. Dispatches from Sicily are contradictory, It is said the oooulace are rlsini in Palermo. and the bombardment of that city ia progress ing. Uanbaldi had entered, or was expected, Neapolitan dispatches claim a defeat and flight of the insurgents. The Sardinian Chambers approved of tbe cession of Savoy. Late dispatches assert that every tbiug was going on well lor Uarlbaldi. The Unglisn and French residents of Palermo had em barked on board the steamers of their re spective nations. An attack by tbe insur gents was expected at any moment. Tbe Neapolitan General would defend tbe town. The insurgents still occupied the hightt sur rounding ralarmo. Highly Important from New Mexico—Fort Defiance Attacked by Indians. St. Louis, June 10. The Santa Fe cor respondent of the Miseouri Republican Bays an attack was made on Fort Defiance by the Navajves, from three different parts, just after the setting of the moon, and while the gar rison was asleep. One party entered Sutler's store and carried off every thing within their reach. Auother party attacked Fort Carroll, but were finally driven off, followed up the moun tains till tbe troops were compelled to halt, in consequence ot tbe random firing from the fort, darkness being so great a friend could not be distinguished from a foe. The Indians were estimated to number over one thousand strong. Twelve were killed and four or five mortally wonnded. The Arizona correspond ent of the Republican says the Indian dep- rcuauuua vuuuuun m umbcuuuiry, uiu uiucu distress was felt in consequence. From Washington. Washington, June 10. Information was Indeed with Mayor Berrett. without the knowledge of Kr. Sumner, that the letter's room was improperly invaded, and tbat threats bad been made against his life. Tbe Mayor promptly investigated tbe matter, and procured an affidavit aa to who the principal party was, and the substance of the language be employed toward Mr. Sumner. Upon ascertaining the fact that the offender com mitted the act wane in a ttate oi intoxica tion, and did not intend any injury to Mr. Sumner, and regretted the act. Mr. Berrett accompanied the gentleman, who gave bit name at Captain Henry, to Mr. Sumner's room, about nine o'clock to-night, and he duly apologized to Mr. Sumner, which was aaiutuvtorr to lue latter. The Japanese. Philadelphia, June 10. The Japanese kept strictly in private to-day. Many of them are ill from the effects of yesterday exertions. Unfortunately, during the crowd some of the throng indulged in very coarse language, calling tne visitors "niggers, sc., which a portion of the Embassy understood as insulting. They referred this matter to the Commission this morning, saying tbat tbey feared our people thought very ridicu lous. They will visit tbe manufactories, Ac, during tbe week, unannonnced, and as pri vately as possible. They will probably leave for N e w York next Saturday morning, so as to obtain another Sabbath's rest. From Zanesville. Zanesvillr, June 10. Captain Robert Hazlett, an old citizen, fell dead on Saturday afternoon at nit residence while conversing with his family. Supposed cause, disease ot the heart. Tbe lower jaw, tongue, and a portion of tne upper part oi a man a neao, were touno on the railroad bridge this morning. Per sons passing over the bridge about nine o'clock on Saturday night, report having teen a man sitting on the track. It it tup nosed the train ran over him, throwing bis body in the river. Tbe body was found short distance below the bridge this after noon, and has not yet been recognized. The Temperance Conference. Portland, June 10. Saturday tho Stand ing Committeie were appointed, to whom reports and appeals will be referred. The followinor officers were elected for the ensu ing two years: Most Worthy Patriarch, Dr Silas ConditL. of N. J.; Associate. Thos. J, Evans; Scribe, Dr. F. A. Ficardt, of Penn Treasurer, Robt. M. Foust, of Penn,- Chap lain. Peter J. McGregor, of Nova Scotia: Conductor, Nathaniel Constable, of Mo.; Sen- . 1 TuL TT 0. f Mn tJ-ollll- Tenn., was unanimously chosen for tbe as- nual session or laei. Sunday Night's River News. LociiviLLi, June 10. River riling slowly, with five feet nine inches in the canal, it .t 1 ... aoo VI earner vicm, uidimu j w Pii-raacaa. June 10. River seven feet by the pier-mark, and falling. Weather clear and cool. Sunday Night's River News. Death of Gen. Jessup. Philadelphia, June 10. General Jeesup died at westiingWB tnif morning. Arrival of the Overland Mail. HIOULY IMPORTANT FROM CHINA AND JAPAN!! Astattlnatlon of tha Tycoon of Japan. 30 PEOPLE BEHEADED! Entire Change in tUe Jspansss ' Government I INDIAN TROUBLES ON THE PACIFIC. SpRisoritLD, Mo, June 10. The overland : i u riaaqen rrera and nan Francisco dates to the 21st oT May, being three days later than by the Pony Express, arrived here at eight o cioc mis morniug. Tk. Sm Franrnco caners furnish tbe tbi lowing highly important news from Japan and China, brought by the schooner Page, which left the Bay ot Jeuuo April a, an ia th inir Taatie. from China, April ID. Th ii.r rennrta tbat the Chinese have con cluded to pay the English and French Gov ernments their expenses, anu kmui iv ui f h ri.mnnril. The ports and the navigation of the rivers are to be free. The Americans are cuargeu oy me i,nina rhrnnirin with liavinor been enenircd In the Coolie trade, and a proclamation has been is sued by a distinguished Chinese omciai, warn. Incr them arainst the practice of kidnapping, Japan. The Prince Gritairo, who woe at tho head of the present Japanese uovern- mr-nt win uaassinateo on mo lutn oi marca. lie was going from his house to the palace tL-itl, hm train, when he was attacked by fourteen Japanese dressed as travelers. His retinue had six killed and Bevoral wounded: and one of the assassins who was wounded and could not escape, had his head cut off by his comrades and carried off to prevent their being known. . Tn nf th assassins were Princes of bitrb rank and had the privilege given them of cutting open their own aouomens witu a sword, thereby preventing their property be ing confiscated, and saving their families irom tne uisginut; wuitu .um ilm kA thav hniin beheaded. Thirty people were beheaded on the first of April, having hecn Interested in the affair. Since tbe death of the old Tycoon, under whose reign the treaty was made, there hat been an entire change in the government. The present dynasty, being opposed to foreign intercourse, throws every obstacle in the way to interrupt trade and commerce that they possibly can do' without violating the treatv. Their opposition, at the head ol which is Prince Meto, is reported as being as strong as the present government, and an insurrection is momentarily expected. Guard-houses, with stands of arms, are nu merous, both in the towns and along the roads to tbe city of Ycddo. All foreigne.s are requested not to go out after dark, and are advised by their respec tive Consuls to go armed at all times. Virginia City, May 19. The Downievllle trooDS. 116 men. on foot, with sixty suns, twelve pack-mules and provisions, are on march hither, and expected to-morrow. There is a great scarcity of horses and saddlea for volunteers now organizing. Pro visions are growing scarce. A letter from Judtre Watson, at Raetown, May 11, announces tbat the Indians are ready for war, and are stealing all the stock along Humboldt Kiver. Eighteen wnites are re ported to have been killed at Honey Lake, A "Liberal" View of Theodore Parker's Life and Character. The Boston Liberator, edited by William Lloyd Garrison, says of the late Theodore Parker; Theodore Parker has been removed In the maturity of his marvellous faculties and pow. ers, oeiure completing ins nitietn year: nay. ig peajrmed an immense amount oi Drain. worst as a scholar, a thinker, a philantb.ro nist and a reformer, yet leaving undone uiucn mat nis teeming minu ana nooie nean were constantly protecting, he had a large ambition, but it was to serve his race, and to banish superstition and error irom the earth His ability to acquire Knowledge in every di rection was most extraordinary, yet not greater man nit disposition to use mat anowi. edge with unbounded prodigality for tbe en. iigmenmcm ana wenare ot nis leiiow-men. Few men have ever possessed such powers of analysis and classification, reasoning from cause to euect, ana snowing tne relation oi things on a broad and philosophical basis. Uib works wilt De a splendid legacy to pos terity, i ney are more reaa ana Deiter Known n hurone tban tbose ot any otber etbical writer in America, and nave already revoiu tionized the ideas and opinions of a vast mul. titude on both sides of the Atlantic. How. ever open to criticism in some respects, they challenge universal admiration for their scholarly proficiency and moral independ ence. Mr. Parker dared to be true to his highest convictions, and to utter tbem boldly, at great cost to his reputation; knowing that he would be Dranded as a heretic, and represented as "a pestilent and seditious fellow." It was not in his nature to wish to be lingular, or to give ofl'ente in any direction; but he could not lay aside his manhood, or suppress his honest opinions, snuch as be desired to live in peace wun au men. ms personal menus were very strongly attached to hini, for they knew his worth, and saw the daily beauty of h is life. H is death makes a void so great that it seems difficult to conjecture bow it can ever be filled; but Divine Providence is never put to any extremity, and none of its designs are ever foiled by the removal of any man, how ever useful or great. We join, with a great multitude, lu proffering our tenderest sympa thies to his estimable widow, who was so em inently worthy to be tbe partner of one so widely renowned, ana to wnom ne wag so largely indebted for the joys and felicities of domestic niej The Late Wm. C. Preston's Opinion of the Union. a The Eicbmond (Ve.) Diipatck remarks: It it well known that, in the period of south Carolina nullification tne late vv m. u Preston was one ol tbe leading spirits of tbat gallant State. It would appear, however, Irom a late conversation with a gentleman ol this State, held not long before nis lamented decease, that neither he nor tbose with whom be was associated ever contemplated disunion. In regard to the prospects of the Union at the present time Col. Preston expressed the most decided sentiments. He believed that it was next to impossible to shake a pillar ot tbe mighty edifice: that the very diversity of its product and industry contributed to its strength; and that the band of Providence could never have raised it up and interposed for it preservation so often and so oppor tunely if it were intended for a short-lived existence. Mr. Preston's eye lighted up, and bis Sue form dilated to something of its ancient ma- lesty. when be spoke ol the loyalty ot vir- iuia to the Union. He called ber the "old ag-ship," and said whenever there was danger of a collision between opposite ex tremes, without raising a sail or moving paddle, she drifted across tbe channel and thus preserved the peace. When we bear in mind the tendency of age and disease to en gender distrust, despondency and despair, e"en In the stoutest hearts, we can not but admire the elasticity of spirit which, amid the beavings and surgings of tbe political ocean, could still ride tho waves buoyantly, and the patriotic confidence which, even amid the decay of the bodily vision, could discern, in tne wildest commotion, elements ot rescue, and realize that passing clouds do not extin- guisn tue stars wnicn tney sometimes con ceal. Tai Meanest Mar oh Record. Tbe Noble County (Ind.) Herald tells a story of a resi dent of tbat county, which for intense mean ness exceeds any thing we ever saw. It says be got a divorce from bit wife, and left her to oecome a cnarge npon tne county, no then cot tbe keeping of ber. and was Dald by the county for taking care of her as a pauper. Aaron Jones, tbe pugilist. rooreaonUi Hee- neen in the farce of the B. B. at tbe Philadel phia Theater. A Poisoning Affair in New York—A Woman's Paramour Destroys her Husband. The Plattshtiro- IS. Y.i Kxnrue relates a poisoning case, recently brought to light in tne town oi oaranac, wnicu occurrea a j ago. A Mr. St. John and his wife, with a family of five or fix children, lived on a small mrm in a secinaea pi ace; an unmarried irisu man named Jamet Creed was employed by them, and lived at their house some three ears, wnen Air. ni. jonu uncovered mat an mproper intimacy existed between them. He, therefore, discharged Creed, and forbade him from coming into his house. Creed, however, remained In tbe vicinity, ana tro- quentiy met wun aire. ot. onn, rioany the latter lent to Plattsbarg by aitage driver for arsenic and cro'on oil ana on tne next day, May 25, 1859, Mr. St. John died. A whi let atierwara ireea ana mn, aw. uvuu were married. Since then it has been sus pected that the husband was poisoned, and (,; romnina were found, noon investigation. to contain arsenic. Both the tuspected par ties are in jail. A Wild Child in the Wood or Iowa Hundreds or Persons in Pursuit. That part of Carroll County, near Burlington, Iowa, bat been very much excited, recently, abont a male child, from seven to ten yean old, that bat been seen several times in ine woods, but at yet has not been taken. It has nnrn.rheH children ouietlv. but flees from the approach of a man or woman. Tbe place has been found where it bad slept the r i . i , , . . r A . preceding nizm sua oaa eaten n uug. i last accounts seven hundred persona regu larly organized, were on the hunt for the wanderer. Japanese EncLisn. Tbe Japanese have beeautshopping,whilein Washington: one of them bought lor torty dollars a wtay or watch, worth five. "Rook, seel" he ex claimed, "tokay no good. No Wurtburdam, doctor, he say." " urthurdam" is good. Brioham Yocno in Philadelphia. Brig- ham Young, with several of the dignitaries of his church, but none of his wives, has been in Fbiladelphia tor the past ten days. He is negotiating for the purchase of a fa per mill, which be proposes to put up at Salt Lake liity. HO MIC INTEREST. - Clothes renorated and repaired, 130 W. Sixth. " Clothing renovated and repaired, 69 1. Third. BVCAarENTtu'a cheap Pictures, 30 nrtb-ttrtet. arPicTCnn for ton cents. Johnson s Gallerr, Ninth and Main. ' A. A. iTSTsa, Clocks, Watohes and Jewelry, No. 141 and 371 Western-row. W Amnrn'l mammoth Oallary, oorasr Fifth and Main. Mark tha viae. J9-tf " Examine th Photographs at AmteATi's, oorntr Fifth and Main. Mark th place. l9-tf Bar Go to No. l Wmi Foarth-itrMt and exam ine J. P. Ball's latest tptclmos. He takes superior Plctorw Quleklr and siirelr. MSTTtas finest, largest and best-arranged Pletvr Gallery en fifth-street is CowAN'e, 33 West Fifth. street. r If ron went a good Picture, eU at the sooth- Ht corner of 8Uth-street and Oentral-avenoe. Pictures taken and pat In nloe gilt frames (br twenty. Ive cents; In canes for twenty cents. Bring on tbe babies yon are snre to get a good likeness. MARRIED. SHAW-WHITEHIDE.-In this cltr. Mar SI. by Ine llov. Klchard or&y, nr. Jamee u. anew to mre. Lllu Whlieslde, all or this cur. CONWAY EVERETT. At Newport. Ky.. There rtaj. June 7, bv tbe Kev. 0. H. Miller, Mr. James K. Uonway to Miss Carrie E. Everett, both or Dii das, 0. W. DIED. PRTrrc Jnn.O. et Union Vlllase. orrhuge of tbe lungs, Watkln W. Price, aged twenty .si is vnari. I nraa monini unci 1 1 vn uavi. The friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend hi fuoural from iSo. HVJ Longworthnttreot, At u o c(ock on iueiaay, wiiuoui lunaer nonce. BRITTON. Of nroiracted ill newt, on Hatnrdev mi.r.ilnir. .1 Una O. sat A n'nloetlr. HiaX bAT. tttdalU daughter of Joieph and Luclnda Britton, aged iweuiv-iwo yearn aua tnree moiiine. SPECIAL NOTICES. T1f-rSA NOVEIi SODA FOUNTAIN, AT WJlS J- V. KUIKS, fourth and Wulnut itroeu, drawing ten diilerent Byrupe aud the Bode I ruin TWO IUUCrJ(l ALL, Al COLD AS TUB ICE ITSKLr. The SyrupH, beiog packed iu Ice with the Soda, are cunt tnuallv cold, and am nrotacted from tha flies we claim mat it ia ine purest aua coiaest ooaa in woria. tnyi7am-ooa ARTIFICIAL T13ETH. Jr-3asW. c. DUNCAN, DENTIST, 1,16 aud Urn, Inserts Artificial Teeth in all the iiLTtjreni stviaa now oraciicca. reraoua in vaut of Teeth can havo their wished fully met at thU office. all operations in penttstry performed. my 24 -am 01110 WHITE SUPER SPRIM THE OPENING PARTY Of tlie Beejon, at the OHIO WHITI BULPQUB urmnus, mil ne given On Thursday June 14, 1860. Menter't Band will be in Attendance. Tlrk.ts for the Ronnd Trio. Ait Mr l,lttl Miami Railroad and Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad. vmHorluiiflsldto While Bulnhur Bletion. ....... - l O A. A. Tickets for the Round Trip, 8 per Little Mlam null, liaiuiltuu and Day tuu Kailroud, at lUtlO A. nauruau. ai n a. iu, ana 1 1 r. ai.. a ia ur uincin. in., Tie voiuuuus to ijewis neuter. A. WILSON, JR., Ja-tt Proprietor 0. W. 8 a -rrPEnFUIWERY.-POR FINE CO- ISrT-k L.UU.Nt WATKK. eithttr bvt in nun uart, or uleguiitly put up in buttlos, call at th Fyurth-i treat reriumery mpoi. PALMER'S SOAP DENTRIFICE la composed of Soap and other articles well known ft contains no article that can potwibly injure tbe teeth, aud can consequently be rued with perfect lin Manufacturer and Imnorterof Perfuinerv. Hill. Ilr HA 1.11 KM. Js7 No. 30 Wrjat fourth -streets -25RENNEDY'S MEDICAL DISCOV- V is acknowledged Lv tha rnoHt aminnt pnytjicians. ana oy tne most careiul drug gist and by the most care t ul d rug g I sta nmugnout tne uoited states, to lie the most efteo ual blood-puriHer evor knowo, and to have relieved tual mure sullen ing, ana eiiectca more permuoent cures. than auy preparation knuwn to tho profession. Scrof ula, Bait Rheum, Erysipelas, Sculd-head.Bcaly Erup tions of whatsoever uature.are cured by a few bottle, nd tbe system restored to full strength and vigor. full ani1 exoliclt diractiona for th nun nf ulMi-atatd re legs anu ottier corrupt nd running ulcers, Is sii van in the Dam do lot with i each bottle or sale by JOHN D. I'AKK, 8UIHK, bCKfiTElil A CO., and OKOItGE M. DIXON. Price Si. septvy lfr3pBWfiST-END AND BRIGHTON lis. L1E.-UFPICK UIKC1MNATI tSTBlKT KAIL- 1 ijtii . hold t'oPAMr, Cincinoat , lOCiyT-.V:-ii4 May ltf, 1860.-The Car of S&&jtikZL 'his Company will leave the onrer of Fourth and Vine-street, for tbe i unction of Freeman street and Oentral-avwnue (or Uamiltmi.road), evry six min iter, oomnieucitig at t & M.,anu couttnmng until In P. M., and thereafter evr-ry flltann niiuntes, until 11:45 P. Si An extra Car will run on Ninth-sti-net. between Vreeman and Llnu-streets, for the acoom modttiionof those wishing to make tha cirouit by ninin aua r lecmaD-streeu. Fawwngeru will be carried from tne corner or fourth aud Vine, to anv noiot wost of Mound, on NinthBiroet, fur on wau; or from auy point west of Mound, on Mvaiith-MtriMt. to tha corner of Fourth and Vine, for ok raas; or from any point south of A.nm.on numuistree((1u) any poiui nun oi mi teruiinusof the (toad, on Freeman-street, for on rAKc; or from the corner of Fourth and Vine, to auy puiut on Llnu'Streut, north of Liberty, for one fake; erty, to the corner of ifourtUand Vlna-utrrjots, for ON FAKE. ti. 14 TAALlH.lt, myw-am I'rasident. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Carbonate of Ammonia. SCARES CARBONATE OF AMMONIA Eecelved aud for sale by OUIttii, KUKBTKIN A CO. jeiu-e OpiMwit the Psto'Alre SARDINES- JUST RECEIVE D, 10 ca.es extra flue slardlnes, without bjues. tor sale, wholesale and retail, bv icDONAlD 00., Jell 56 and Branch 'A49 w..t Fnurth-st. CPICKD OYSTERS. JfJST RECEIVED, iTur aala. wholaaala aud retail. )tv it uo.eu caus. vujr uu. ouiceq mater.. A. llrDONAI.D t OO Jell BB and Branch 'A tl Went Fourt FRENCH MB STAR D. JJTST It R. B.' ChlVKU, 3d d"Sn very superior tard. For sals, wholesale and retail b: A Mi, THIN A I.I ar reuch Mue- bv A. SloDONALl) CO. Jell M and Branch IsVls) West NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. DIP I, II II lb! DELAND & GOSSAGE, West loiii-tli-st., Have J nut received LARGE INVOICES OF Seasonable Goods, BOUGHT AT 25 PEB CENT. LOSS T O THE IMPOBTBBi Which thev will offer at extremely ZiOW PRZOZIS, AB FOLLOWS: PLAID SILIiS, AT 37X CENTS. FOULARD SILKS. SUPERIOR BLACK SILKS, VERY LOW. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF XCnglisIi Bareges AT 12H CENTS PER YARD. TWO FLOUNCED BAREGE ROBES, AT THREE DOLLARS. Chintz Colored Barege Robes, AT FIVE DOLLARS. Qreat Bargains! In LINEN SHEKTINOS, IUISn LINENS, OAM- Aoao, ana tsuijBr.aa,a,i'inu uuuua Generallr. 1(M FINE LINEN SlIEKTING at 75c. A superior Assortment of BLACK LACE POINTS ana oi A i llLLAS.nniie dad&us luAjn T1LLA8, FANS, Ac, for Opera Use. LADIES' AND MISSES' HOOF SHIRTS! DELAND & GOSSAGE, SO. 74 WEST FOURTH-STREET. Uea-tri $500 RE WARD I Mayo' Orricc, City or CxtfcntifATf. VITJJErcKAgi, A MOST FOUL AND I'PU W T CKUVUKbU JUlvKAJHiK WAB COD) mi! ISO UDOn tn penon or rroiessor henry i. viawlet, on tne near nuai-ivroeji, puw, iiiurviura, i, i. u. uirnur, My r ot tilts city, do hereby ofler the eum of FIVE UUNDKED DOLLARS, to be paid to may pereou who w ill cummonicate ch iDformAtion hoH lead to the detection and final conviction of the Murderer raid f roreuor hinbt t. ukawlky. 4 L.l. or eaia city, tauain aay oi june, iyu. Jo.Q . H. BISHOP, Maror. CORNELIUS & BAKER'S GAS FIXTURES. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST MADE IN AMERICA! THK ATTENTION OP AT.Ii PARTIES lutrodiiclug Gas Into their preuiiiws la Invited to our extensive adaortmont of New tityle Chandeliers, Pendants, Braokets, &o. We bare lust osened several case of most beantlfnl Goods, which, for Style aud Cheapness, can uot be qua tea in ine city. If you desire to ccoifOHixE. and get a good article for your mouey, call and examine onr Stock beforo ron aeciutt to buy, ana save full ten fx cbnt. BAKER de TON PHl'L, Jeg-c Ko. 6'i Fourth -street, west of Walnut OHIO White Sulphur Springs. VIA Zenlaand Springfield, or Dayton and Sprint Seld, $3, V I A Oolumbns to Lewis Center..... w S6, ARB NOW ON 8ALK, At the Offices of tha Companies, P. W. BTHADim. )e-h General Ticket Agent. Franconi's Elding School. TltlPORTANTnrniFIIKHH rAM.INfl THK A uudflmlifned back to ParU. France, ha nffttra saie in. lease oi uib timing ounooi, nine stalls a nine at alls and the roof. Ladles and eantTumei. wiihino to DnrchiM Saddles and Horses, pleano call at No. 380 Woat Buth-stroct. IIKNUY FRAN COM I, gentlemen wishing to purebi jeio-r jLate Proprietor wow York liippo'lroine 33. HOAHB, TQBBING BHICKLAVEK AND PLAH f . I'hiKEK, t97 Flfth-st., betMeenCentrai-avenoe and John. Cincinnati. O. Aepairmg uuue on ine a nones t notice. jelO-f FINELB & LYON cs 7i iir nufi lur an Tar tt a & v J. r j. su . x mm WARRANTED TO OIVK BETTER atlHi'kctiun than anv Bewluff Machlna In maricei. T"Offlce9 No. 10 But Fourth tree t.1 A stents wanted. X. K. HIlflOINR. JelO-f Oeueral Agent. QUO VER & BAKER'te NEW AND IMPROVED $50 SHUTTLE OS LOCK-STITCH SEWING MACHINESI qnHB BK8T AND ONLY MACHINES iur LUairnei, luiiiaDie tor aii aunua oi luAnuxaotux tug purposa, at (no LOW PRICE OP 850. GUIOVER fe H A K K H SEWING MACHINE CO- 53 WEST FOURTH-STREET fjass-tf) REMOVED. ADAMS, PECKOVER & CO. Hava remoYttl tha Balus-room of ha ALLIGATOR COAL COOKIXG STOVE From No. 333 Fourtb, to their new store. 8. W. CORNER OF FIFTH AND ELM. N. B. Orders for the fountlerr received as usual lurtnar notice. myiu-tr II. CAMPBELL. & CO., MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHISICT and Boll.r Irou, Plow Blalia, Uallioad Muibne, to. Also, agents for the aula of Irooton Star Nails. warerooms, Bio. is aaal BecoBd'Street, (liuolnnali unio. SMTAIl Itlnd. Imp made to order. fATOTlCB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT JH the Committee al.otod by the JIABIOtf UVM NAUVIO AMaOClATlON, to uomluate oillceni said AaHoclatlooXor th. ensuing year, to be ballotleit lor on MONDAY, Juue 11, at o'clock P. M., at their uymuasium, ou u.tts-street, between L'utter joun..iroeis, nave nomiuated : Fori tori Forf Fori For Preeid.nt-OEOBUD B. CRAMER. v ice-r resident-J . 11. Allit;uAi.t,. AacralarvJ H PA DDOI'K. Treaaurar-a. K. W AP.NEK. For Ulr.!tora WM. 11.11 . LB II A IS I.I H J. UKDWAY. By order of nominating Committee. Je7-ThHaM BANK ENVELOPE PAPBR.-lOO extra ttualltr, on hand aud for sale by HIXON A 011ATF1KLD. aart 11 and 1 WsJjltfA-strMt, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. DEOOIIATIOIIO Transparencies, H 3 .V : -FOE TH1 . t ' Presidential Campaign of 1S60. rflOR CINCINNATI BN QUIRK R IS PRf5- fl PAKRf) tn ftii-niih mil RtatM and all Part If with the above arttclfw, at short notice and low rate. We hTf on hand the following: AMERICAN FIiAOS-Of J1 ilww. ftom St Incbeti to fifteen feet long, with or without namee or Candidates printed on them. AMERICAN BII IK LDS-Wlth MM of SUtei and Candidates. PORTRAITS OF CANDIDATFfr Bt. fully printed in Colon, on Paper or Muslin. Figures of th Goddess of Liberty! On Paper and Moulin; and. In short, every thing re quire id tne penuing vwnpaign, ror DHOOnATINO Ballcllnis, rrooeaelona, Bones, Waons, Balls. Ilsinnersi for Liberty-pole f Sl'PERIOB IN 8TTLK. Orders from a distance will receive prompt atten tion. Address FARAN MCLEAN, Jsl-bawlf Clnclnnell, Ohio. NIXON, tJHATFIELD & WOODS, MannftMtsrers and Wholesale Dealers la PiSalPESEil! Printers' Card And Card Sheets, PRINTING INKS AND PAPER MANC FAOTUBBRS MATBBIAXB. AGENTS FOR THE MAGNOLIA MILLS WRITING PAPER. Also Manufacturers of KXTBA WRAPPING AND MANILLA PA PUR BAGS. Nos. 77 and 79 Walnut-street, jeT-aw CINCINNATI, OHIO. BED CEDAR JTJHT RECEITBD PER BTBAJuBlfc 73,000 fet Tenneeeee Eed Cedar, and for eV at rery low price. O.UUU thenar raow -nw , $,000 tocnit Fanco Foete: iAAIlis Fautt rinrinsv Rotiriifl I Ordftr for Cedar Boarda. JoUt. Pott. Flooring, Ac, filled at ehort nottoe 100,000 tt. eeae a lt na in. in wm. nam uumuvr if).nnn ft. amu'd 1. 1 a and 3 In. clear do. do. : VW.ono ft. eeoond and third common do. do. : 600.OU0 ft. Fine, Poplar, Oft and Hemlock JoteU nd Bcantlinc: All well eeasoned, and will be told low for eaeb, or on ahort time, to maae room tor new iiwi, wrj Thos. W. Faxrln & Co., t Wholetale and Retail Lumber Dealert. mew Ten! on Treemen.Btreet. ODDOslte Oeorie. and next to O.. n. and D. B. B. D.eoU Jea I I for tha MALTBY'S CELEBRATED AND SUPERIOR Hermetioally Sealed COVE AND spzob: ?0YSTERSt PUT UP Especially for Summer Use. rWIHEY ABB EXTRA IN JIZB, AND OF JL tn. most exquisite flavor. No expeose or labor saved ia f .Mint tbem up. The object wee to get ur v AN EXTRA ARTICIiBI Which baa beau suoceesfullr aooompllsbed. GIVE THEM TRIAL SITISFXCTION WARRANTED ! ROBERT ORR, Agent, jol-tf Depot Ko. 11 West Fifth-street, C. W. MAOILIi, Ag-ant, FOR, COLLKCTINO KKNT8, NOTEH and Accounts, and for the eurchaae and aaU of Keal K.uto, nutling tenantat paylns Taaee. mo. unice. A A waiqut'Streeti upstairs. jee-c- Wax Candles. PATENT WAX CANDLES RED, BTXE and white all sixes. Also PATKNT Bl'EfiH CANDLES all sizes. Just received by ISUWAKUBUAKUS UO., DrUfglSU, Northeast oorner of Fourtb aud alalB.Btreeu. Uel(M!l 1 Esplo's Peotoral Cigars, A REMEDY FOR CATARRHi ASTH MA, etc., used with freat success in rranceand recommended br eminent French Physicians. For sale by . KVYfAHU BVAfuAfl M UU., irufsistfl. KorthHast ooruer Fourth and Main-streets. jelu-cl Genuine French Blacking. & GROSS OENCINK FRENCH AH BL All KING, Marcereou's Manufaotnre. or sale ty KDWaBD 80AMLAN m CO., Druggists, Korth-east corner Fourth and alalu-stroeU. Jeiu-cJ Pure Olive Oil. PURE OLIVE OIL, PREPARED IX. PKEBoLY for family use. and warranted sweet. Fit sale by JSDWAHU BUAHLlAH (JO., STrugrsW, Morth-east corner Fourth and Alain-streets. i Ueio-cl Old Castile Soap. t fC BOXES OLD CASTILE SOAP l 10 groee Low a Bon's Olycerine Hoap i iu snw uv m ood . uooey ooap , 10 gross ClMver's Honey Boap. For sale by EDWABD SOAtfLAN A CO., Drugsitts, Morth-east ooruer Fourth ana Main-streets. Ij.lO-cl I7t 1 at . English Red Lead. tf KEOS ENGLISH RED LEAD-RE. OU CillVUD and for sale by . BUlBi, ECfcSTEIN A CO., J10-g Opposite the Postomoa. , . Sperm Oil. ; GENUINE SPERM OIL, ESPECIALLY adauted to ollltia aawine and other flna ma. cninery ueceivea and for aale ur BUIBK, KCKHTEIM u 00., Opposite the Postomoe. JelO-0 English Castor Oil. Sl'PEUIOR COLD-PRESSED ENGLISH Castor Oil lluc(tivi.il aud for sl. by . bOIBK, EUKHTEIN A CO.. . JelU- Oipo.lte the Postomoe. Eckstein's Compound Syrup of Blackberry, THB SAFEST, THE MOST PLEASANT end the moat efllcleut remedy lor cholera mor bus, dlairh.a, aumuier couiplalnt. and all other diseases of the bowels Incident to ine season, pre pared and for sale b; I'IBS. BOK8TBIN $osto'moi JelO-c Opposite the .t Crane's Tooth-powder,, i SAFE, PLEASANT AND RELIABLE Bk article for elaaualuM the teath. painuviri. tmrt.r aud purlfyiug the breath. Prepared oulr by JeW-a ' ' Opposite the Postomoe. and A. WING'S CELEBRATED FA UBACKEBo-Bada from niaterlaT I llada from malarial araaail from that portion of the wheat which Is moat nutrl. tloua ai,u hwalthful. They are also liallghtful to th eliante and clerks, they suay be used for Funoh wltU taste, ana tor proieesiouai g.uii.ia.n, baukers, m.r- uaea tor lunoa witu a healthful leguuu. f rea. auvauiaav iu BieinuiiniiiB a neaitnrui leal If ol th. sysUB. AAUON A. OOLTEU Sos. 3lland 3'il St ala-atreet. w. a. AAitPwiM. ,. aixuww BALDWIN afe BALDWIN, A21TbS-dMa ..a sxrtfl