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IIISNTIY HKKD&CO., BniTnft aNP PanriltftTOM. T I.' EM D A Y ........... ..-........... J U I, Y .1 1 Religious Political Tests. The Chicago l'rtnttnd Trihunt in ngitftting the question whether Mr.' Ponging is a Cath olic, and Republican papers arn copying it. They were not troubled nhotit Mr. Douglas' condition when thej supposed that he had no religion, and was thought to be rather a hard case. It in only since it was thought that he might be a Catholic, that thin anxiety began. It would seem by this that they would prefer that Mr. Douglas should go to hell, than that he should be saved by Catholic faith. That is a Christian spirit. Toe ireee and Tribune lias a communica tion, which it aver in from a responsible source, which says that Mi Douglas "is the owner or renter of a pew in a Catholic church in Washington, that the door of the pew has on it a large plat inscnW with his name, "S. A. Douglas," and that when he goes to church in Washington City lie sits in that pew. This is a dreadful state of things! but us if it wan not bad enough to lie a Catholic, and hare a pew in a Catholic Church, aggravating the offense by a large door-plato with his name on it, the writer adds: "There, he Is be. lieved to conform to the ccretnuniul require ments of the Catholic Church, and to indorse its tolicv." Conforms to its ceremonial re quirements! Very likely ho makes the sign of the Cross, which we all know is a Pupish symbol! and perhaps he kneels in Church! If he does, of course he kneels to the Romish images and saints! But what most aggra vates the case is that he "indorses its policy." Think ol a member of the Presbyterian or Fpiscopalian Church indorsing its policy! This tulT is used us campaign ammunition against Mr. Douglas. Suppose these papers carry thuir point and establish the rule that being a Catholic is a reason why a man should not be President. It would be only a Protestant rule, and would carry its corol lary, that Catholics should not vote for a Protestant; thus the rule introduces religious tests into our elections and established the principle of a union of church and slate at once. We say it establishes the principle of a union of church and state in its broadest sense; then all we will need will be some way of putting it in practice; and let it I remembered that we have a little germ of a State religion now in existence, which can he expanded to any dimensions. Wr have army and navy chaplains, a t.ointcd by the President a nice little church establishment, which can be expanded with the growth of our army and navy, dock yards, and fortifications. Let any one take the ratio of increase of the urniy within his wn recollection, and calculate the future by it, remembering Its constantly accumulating increase, from its increasing political power, and taking the contingencies of wars of con quest or defense, into the calculation, and including the navy and the forts, and he will see that our church establishment, though but a grain of mustard-seed now, has the capacity to grow uutil the whole country shall be under its shade. Suppose all this Government influence is added to a great Church, whose preponderance is already so much feared that the fesr is appealed to for political purposes, what would he the prob able consequence ? The Catholics have Ju.'t as much right to make a religious test in favor of a Catholic for President, as Republicans or .Americans have against him: and suppose they .should succeed in a contest into which Protestants had introduced this principle, would they not have a right to use their power in our church establishment? We say seriously, that the American people, in nourishing a church establishment, which will expand with that ever-expanding power a standing army and navy and in making religious tests in' politics, are fooling with a bull that ono of these days will have his horn into them. Democratic Politics at Newport. a proverbial honor among thieves; iherefore it would seem that the Newport of-tice-holding Democrats are not all thieves, for honor has dropped out, at least in one in tnuce. But perhups it would be safer to judge by actual evidence than to trust to proverbs or to such, intricate ratiocination. Dr. J. Q. A. Foster, Postmaster in the neigh boring town of Newport, Ky., has published his affidavit that he, with J. D. Helm, the Sheriff of Campbell County, and other Dem ocratic officeholders, have for several years been organized and bound by ii written pledge, now in possession of Sheriff Helm, to control and divide the offices among them selves, and to pack the conventions in the county to that end; which secret society has been in successful operation up to this time, to the great comfort of tho faithful few. But why does Dr. J. Q. A. Foster publish to the world a conspiracy in which he was confederate, to cheat the people of Cauiphell County out of their right to clixc their own officers, by the trick of packed conven tions? Why does he confess that all their patriotism and noisy Democracy und rabid ;enl against the Abolitionists, were only a part of the trick to blind the eyes of the peo ple, while be and the rest of the political blacklegs shuffled and' stocked the ollidal cards? Is lie penitent, and has he taken the confessional to relieve an overburdened con science? Is it because "when tbe devil was ick, the devil a monk would he?" Does he wish to make amends to the cheated people f Campbell County? Not at all; but be thinks that Sheriff Helm has not treated him right; therefore he peaches to use ap propriate phrase he "blows" the gang he tarns State's evidence for revenge. State's evidence should always lie taken with proper allowance, especially when it admits that it is instigated by treachery to confederates, for the i;ake of revenge. Besides this, Mr. Buchanan's Postmaster confesses that he was a partner with the Sheriff to divide the profits on the sale of Waggoner, a free colored boy, vt ho was de coyed from this side of the river, and sold on suspicion nf being a slave, it will be re membered that Waggoner was hocussed out of the way of an injunction, and very mys teriously and secretly sold at public sale, by Sheriff Helm to Dr. Foster, the present affi ant. This will explain the remarkable teal for "Southern institutions," which they and a few others displayed in that cat. As we observed before, State's evidence should be received with allowance. That a set of politicians should put their names to such a pledge, and leave it to tbe custody of one of their number, argues softness which we should not expect to find in the County of Campbell. The pledge itself would be better evidence. It is not customary to receive parole evidence of a written document. There have been secret joint stock political organ itations before now, and they are not uncommon still; but that kind of chaps do not usually put their names to paper pledges. These societies do not thrivo well after they are found out, and if this dubious evidence is corroborated, it is quit likely that the people of Campbell County will take the control of their political affairs into their own hands for a while, and relieve these patriotic gentlemen from their arduous labors, as fast as their official terms expire. Democratic Politics at Newport. The Latest News BY TELEGRAPH TO THE DAILY PRESS. Additional Foreign News by the Bohemian. QctBxc, July 30. In the House of Lords, on the 17th, Lord Brougham called attention to the case of a negro lady who was recently refused a first-class passage in a Cunaril steamer, on the ground of color. He said he had no doubt but that damages could have Deen recovered it tne matter had not been compromised. Lord Woodhouse confirmed the news that 500 Christians had been massacred in Damas cus, and all the Consulate bouses, with the exception oi the British, had liccn mimed. The fourteenth session of the International Statistical Congress opened in London, on the lot n. Delegates trom all parts ol the world were present. The representations from the United States were Judge Longstrect and Mr. Lawrence. Mr. Dallas was also present in the midst of numerous distinguished guestR. At a preliminary meeting Mr. Mil- ner unison welcomed the Congress in the name of the British Government. Prince Albert, President of the Congress, delivered an appropriate inaugural address. After the address the following little incident occur red: orougnam seeing tne American Min ister present, said be hoped Mr Dallas would forgive him for reminding him that there was a negro present as a member of the Congress. This gave rise to loud laughter and cheering. Mr. Dallas made no sign in response, but the negro in question, Dr. Delany, rose and re turned thanks for the kind allusion which hod been made to him and assured all present that he, too, was a man. This was greeted with renewed cheering from all parts of the hall. The second Neapolitan Plenipotentiary to Sardinia had reached Turin. A Neapolitan Minister had also reached Paris. A new Sicilian ministry had been formed. Senor Introndato Arzi, the historinn, and Senor Emeranti are among the members, and Lagoth, Laporta and Orsihi continue in the cabinet. A Naples telegram soys that a strong and compact ministry would be immediatel v formed, to carry out to their full extent the principles of the Constitution and Govern ment, and to watch over the interests of the. nation. The latest news from Naples reports the dismissal of the ministry. Commander I)e Martino only would remain in the new Cab inet. Beirut, June 11. The attack of the Druses on the Christians at Damascus commenced on the evening of the 9th inst. Several men were killed and many womeD carried on". The French, Russian and Greek Consuls took refuge in the house of Ab del Kadrud. The attitude of the Turkish authorities was un decisive and rather injurious than useful to the Christians. Three thousand Turkish soldiers arrived here to-day. The fears of the Christians are redoubled, and Commis sioners Derby and Norwich are expected with impatience. Details to Julv 1 say it was then ascer tained that the Druses bad burned and pil laged 101 villages since the 27th of Mar, while from 7,500 to 8,000 Christian inhabit ants of Lebanon, many of whom were wealthy men and all strangers to anv thing like poverty, are homeless beggars, depend; ing upon charity for their daily bread. Over and above the number of Chtistians shot in actual warfare, it is believed that 7,000 or 8,000 have beeu batchered in cold blood. The massac re at Damascus was not known at this date. The most sickening details are given of the barbarities inflicted on all ages and sexes. A French vessel had been sentjto LafakiM and was obliged to take up a position within firingdietance of the town, in order to restrain the fanatical portion of the inhabitants from committing further outrages. 1 Do Austrian frieate Radeteku bod been ordered to proceed to Syria to co-operate with vessels of other powers there. ureal agitation prevailed at Aleppo and KillesCitv. Italy. Great militarr canms arc to be formed at about the end of August, in the neighborhood of Turin, Allesandria, Milan, r lurence ana ooiognn. The Minister of War. at Turin, had issued a notification, informing all released officers of the army that the necessity of calling them again to service has ceased. the rope, in a consistory held on tne tu inst., pronounced an alterond, energetically protesting against the Piedmontese Govern ment on account of the arrest and condem nation of the Bishops of Pisa, Imall, Faucca and Piscensia, approving the conduct of .those Bishops, and designated the annextion of the Duchies and Legations to Piedmont ns a usurpation. London, July 18. The Funds have been dull, but without material variation. On the 17th there was a slight improvement under the chancellor of the Exchequer's financial statement. The demand for Money continues active, and the applications at the bank were numerous, although not so pressing as they have been. Additional failures in the leather trade continue to take place in the provinces. The total failures are estimated at .1,000,000. I By Telegraph to Londonderry. London, July 19. A private telegram has been received in anticipation of the mail, the date of which is believed to be Hong Kong, July 7, which states the shipment of ten to be 1,000,000 pounds since the departure of the provious mail. The Ellen Rogers had sailed with some new tea on board, and Borne 30,000 chests had arrived at that port. Another telegram says that the exports of tea show no increase. The exports of silk wi re 6,700 bales. ' Trade at Shangai was suspended. The Reive Is were investing Sou-Chou. As regards the war with England and France, it is said that the Chinese are resolved to fight. Pari; July 19. The Moniteur, says that the Sultan has addressed the following letter to the Emperor, dated July 16. " I have at heart, that your Majesty should know with what grief I have learned of the events in Syria. Let your Majesty be con vinced that I shall employ all my power for establishing security and order in Syria: that I shall severely punish the guilty parties whoever they may be, and render justice to all. In order to leave no doubt of my govern ment, I have entrusted that important mis sion to my Minister of Foreign Affaire, with whose principles your Majesty is acquainted t.onaon, July w.n is reported m fans that the French Government had received a communication from Ku Petersburg, ex pressing tbe desire of Russia to act in accord with France and England in tbe East. The Russian Cabinet reiterates its opinion that the recent event now transpiring in the East, hold in suspense the peace of the world. and that the very existence of Turkey is at aiuKe. Tbe Taut seems to imply that more mas. acres are in contemplation, and that the exciters of the disturbances in Syria, have ramifications with other parte of the Ottoman Empire: that the events in Syria were only prelude to a formidable rising of the Otto man populace against the Christians, and that sinister projects are stated to have been long since concocted uy fanatical con' spirators. The Paris correspondent of tbe Herald says that the 4,000 men collected at Zatslau have not embarked, as the dispatch of a larger force has been decided upou. The steamer New York, from New York, arrived off Cowei on Thtiradar morninor. Liverpool, July 18. Cotton The sales for three days have been 28,000 bales. The market closed steady, und freely supplied; middling Orleans BJd.; Uplands 6Xd. The Manchester market la miiet and easier. but not quotabiy changed. i uu wenuier is nivunium lur tins e.ri'". Messrs. Wakefield, Nash k Co. report Flour quiet, but less pressed for sales. Wheat steady, notwithstanding considerable arri vals: red Wgll Is.; white llli. 8(1. Corn very dull: mixed 3030s. 6d.; yellow I'Os.ftfi 318.) white :i4(g);ts. tkl. font neavy. neei heavy. Bacon quiet. Lard quiet, but steady. Tallo'w has na improving tendency. Rice dull. Coffee firm. Ashes dull. From Washington. July 30. United Slates A gricnltnrnl Society are indus triously employed in sending to all parts of tne union the premium lists and circulars ot the Great National Exhibition, which is to be held at Cincinnati in September. It is expected thit the Cincinnati Fair will eclipse anv Vet held in this countrv. The premium list amounts to $30,000, of wlucli a large share in sums ot suu, .tnu, $200 and $100, Is offered for horses. A level track, one mile long and fifty feet in width, will afford a fino opportunity for trial of speed. Large cash premiums ere also oll'ered for portable and stationary stcara engines, steam plows, and steam fire-engines. The "Grand Gold Medal of Honor'' is offered for the best threshing machine. The Const Survey Office and the Smithson Inn Institute are investigating the subject of tornadoes. Stimulated oy those of recent occurrence in the West, an efficient officer connected with the Coast Survey has been detailed to visit the scenes of tfieir effects, for the procuring of such data as to geogra phy, Ac, as will aid the scientific examina tion. Although no proclamation has yet been made as to the result, there is reason to be lieve that the joint commission have come to the conclusion that Paraguay is not respon sible for indemnity to the United States and the Paraguay Navigation Company, which claimed damages to the extent of nearly $1,000,000, exclusive of the alleged violation of grants of Important and very valuable privileges. The Savannah has been ordered to the Mediterranean, as a part of the American squadron, without reference to the massacres in Syria. The steamer Richmond, dipt. Iu grahnm, it is said, having volunteered to take command, would hnve been ordered thither if she could have been prepared in time for service in that sea. Tho steamer Brooklyn left Peusacola on Wednesday, for Norfolk. Official dispatches from Utah show that lot) army revolvers and 8,000 cartridges were furnished by the acting Adjutant-Geiieral to Ihe agent of RushcII's Pony Express, to de fend the riders from the Indians. W. D. Irvine is in charge of the British Legation during the absence of Lord Lyons in Canada. Col. Preston, Minister of Spain, is here transacting business at the State Department, prcliminarv to his return to Madrid. General Lane has arrived from a visit to North Carolina. The difficulties which have arisen in regard to the House Printing, are amicably adjusted. Gov. Ford, the House Printer, returned to day, and nil parties to the controversy have agreed upon a settlement. Mr. Pangborn, whose authority is recognized, remains ns the legal representative and agent of Mr. Ford to superintend the business, and Lur combe and English are employed to execute Ihe printing. . The House Printing will now be speedily executed. Four thousand copies of the Covode Committee Report will be immedi ately distributed. Political News. Louisville, July 30. Gen. Leslie Combs, the American candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, is addressing a large and enthusiastic Bell and Everett meeting here to-night. An Immense number of ladies arc among the audience. BrnuNTON, Vt., July 30. Hou. Stephen A. Douglas arrived here at hulf-past nine, this morning. Ho was greeted by a large and enthusiastic collection ot citizens, and escorted by the Howard Guards, and a large procession of carriages and citizeus ou fool through the principal streets to the Town Hull, where Mr. Saxe introduced him to the audience, 6,000 in number. Mr. Douglas responded in a short speech, expressive of his appreciation of the kind and honorable reception thus far given him in his native State. After receiving his friends ut the American Hotel, Mr Douglas left for Montnclier on the half-oast seven train this morning. Arrival of the Pony Express. St. Joseph, July 30. The Pony Express with dates from San Francisco to the 19th inst., arrived here this evening. The latest dates from St. Louis, received at San Francisco, gave the news that the Baltimore Convention had broken up in a row. Intense anxiety prevailed to know what followed. The Republicans regarded tms news as so encouraging that they caused cannon to be fired. There is no California news of importance. The official returns of the Oreiron election elect Shell (Dcra.) to Congress, and leave the Legislature as heretofore reported, in all probability securing a Republican and a pop ular sovereignty Democratic United States Senator. The whole number of votes cast was 12,432, against 11,276 last year. The Chicago Zouaves. Philadki.piiia, July 30. The Zouaves visited Independence Hall this morning. inis utternoun they drilled at fairinouut Purk before 15,000 spectators, among whom were a large number of ladies. As the drill took place on the hill, an excellent view was ttflbroed. Their movements wore closely scrutinized and loudly applauded. The corps is gaining much favor here. They were at first looked upon as egotists. River News. Lot'iHViLLB. July 30 P. M. River rising slowly, with three feet eight inches in the canal. Weather clear. Mercury 78u. Abolitionists Hung in Texas. Nkw Orleans, July 30. Two Abolitionists have been hung in Texas for distributing arms to slaves. Death of the Hon. Jonathan Phillips. Boston, July 30. Hon. Jonathan Phillips died yesterday, aged eighty-two. He was one ot our most worthy and benovolent citizens. Arrival of the Saxonia. New Yohk, July 30. The steamer tSazonia. from Hamburg, via Southampton, arrived this evening. News anticipated. Death of an Old Citizen. Dayton, July 30. Dr. C. Koerner, who has been in the drug business in this city for over thirty years, died here ou Saturday afternoon. The Great Eastern. July Sailed this atiernoou lor uipe May. Hiuhway Robbiuy in Calikobnia. Cnli (bruin uppears to abound in highwaymen, sonie of whom are quite thorough in their operations. A band of robbers in that Stato lately stopped a stage, obliged the passengers to dismount, pluudered them of all they pos sessed, even to their clothes, and left them in their naked condition bound to 1 lie trees by the road-side. A Woman Mi'Bdkks Una only Child and Attempts Smciiii. Mrs. Louisa Rohr, wife of Rudolph Rohr, at New Bremen, N. Y., havinir become deranged, a few days ago. through religious excitement, killed her only child, and then attempted to destroy herself, and it is doubttul if she will recover from her wounds. Wiiri-MnniEH and Suicide rou Jkalotjsy, Josiah Thayer, aliae Cye Smith, having be come jealous or nis wiie, at uuuiiui viiuu, Kansas, a lew days since, buui. mo winuwu, aA Ikon kluttr mil hlB llftlillB. In a small town in Italy on the sea-coast, twenty or thirty persons died recently, from IIOMK I NTKllKHT, W Cloth nnnvatnt and nplrl, l W. Blitb. 0W Clothing nnovatad and npalrad, 'J C. Third, "CAariNTia'l chrni Pictures, 90 Firth-itrMt. W rirtnrmi from ft oint and upward at Cow an's, 22 Wert Flftli.t. A. A. F.r(i, Clocki, WatchM and Jewelry, (toe. lis and 71 Wentern-row. Plrttim for ten cent! at Joanioft't Oellcry, Ninth and Main. Br Pairu noreD.-IMctiire tell centt and np. mini at Arpi.ltoATC'S Mammoth Oallerr, corner of Kllth and Main. Mr Has AaaiviD.-Da. Jamh. of New Orleans, lias arrived In the cltr and will nhortly locate an of no tor the treatment of Chronic Dleeaww. Due notle will bo given whxro ho may lie found. MT If yon want a good Pirtnre, call at the south went corner of Slxth-etroet and Central-aventM. Pkturoe taki'n and put In nice gilt framea for twenty. fire cent; in caaie fur twenty cents. Bring on the bahlM yon are unre to get a good llkeneaa. DIED. CI,AV-The funeral of the late . A. Clay will tkp plw'e at Union Chapel, Seventh.etroet, between l'liim and Central-avenue, on Wednesday next at 2 oYlnrk V. M. The frlrmdi of the fmlly are invited to attend without further notice. lA.UIIIEUTY-On Hundny, July 21, laae, Anna Bl . i;., wile of T. .H. linuiinerly, BRea vi years. Tim frlptirlH nf tlm t'ntiillv arn rexnor.tftll V Invited lo attend the funeral, from the residence of her Hitvr-lu-law, Mm. M. H. M null ire, on Hainllora-il. a few doore south of fourth-street, CuVlnston, Ky. this (Tiiesilayl morning July 31, at s.' o'clock. KOX-On the 20th Inst., at 1i o'clock, Thomas rox. Tim fiinnrnt will twite nliirn at 2 o'clock this after. nonn, July 31. from liis late residence, No. an West r ounh-t. The friends of the family are Invited to attend witnoul inrtncr nonce. cn. iimee. Wedding and Visiting Cards Knxravpd and Prlnwl, Heals and Preseee; De La Rue Blulioucry ana rjuvciopi's. qmt, (Successors to 11. II. Mliiploy ft Bro.,) ii West Vourth-ltreet. JyJ-ay SPECIAL NOTICES. S3' JOOI PAPER DISCOUNTED AT low rales ut tno uaiun liana.. Ijy27-f aa IWKVPniJT KI.Kf'TION. WM. seOfiT" BUS N ETT Is a candidate for the ofttce of l ily Murjtml at the ensuing August election. jy3i-gl - JIIIIN lUlltKH.IIP fill KEN SaST, T"w nchip, w ill lie a candidate for Sheriff of jiiiiiiiiidii f ouniy, suujeri lo ine v;oDsiiiuiionai rniou i;onvenfion oi ine 7in oi augitsi. jy.ti-ii- Br-r2 JAS KTOVKM-FOlt ALL FAM- fcs ll.l imrnoMpH, mllortt, shIooiih, ,vi AdiireKS nr. n. ii. ftiumtiiAV r;, jy-'ll-a Oftlco i7i Mivth-iitriiut. iff-rssa-' OHM W. ' A I, n W K I, I, , OF wOSi Milirrei'k Towiiphip, is u candidate for I'rolinle Judgi nth of A ox net botire thu County Couveutlnn of the jysv u- IKS THOMAS is a. candidate tor the uffico ul Mien ft", subject to the decision of the Bell and Kv erett Convention, August 7. jy2-f arrrFou HIl K RIFF. THOMAS H. '1HTON K will be a candidate before the Cuuveiitlon 011 tbe 9th of August for Sheriff of jiuiiiiiTon county. jyia-u THE FIMKNDS OF FRANCIS lur MiKItlKKof Huiiiilfuii County, snbjrct to the LA tut w ill siiuDorl Dim aa llisir cuolre ilt'CiKlm! of tuo approaching Dtmiocratlc convention. 5J--TSaNEWPOnT Kl,KCTION.-JO!IN P. i05r JACKSON Is a Candidate for tlm Otllca of CI TVAIA USUAL, at the ensuing August election. jylM-awl OfTN EWPOKT K LECTION. -REU-iK2T I'KN TKDHUW is a Candidate for the Olllci! ufCONHTAHLK, in the Klrst District, at the ensuing August elwti.in jy2e-aw tlf-23aWK BEG TO INFORM OUR. frit'iids that we shall resume business at tiio old stand aa soon a. we can repair damagea, wiH.n we suaii o nappy to supply hii wiiii an imiu liable bat. ji-27-tr No. 14y Main-street. Bt-S"l!P, (il'ARUfl, AND AT EM. ftCSrKltiUTH WAHD.-Tuesuu- pffw ix.rters of Bell and Everett in the r. Kighth Ward will meet on WKDNR8- fV'") DAY EVEN1NU, at o'clock, at Ma- 1 li rion Kugino'housu, on Cutter-street, for the purpose of forming a Hell and Everott Club. jy31-b Bf-rSS, YOUNG IHEN'K CENTRAL BELL ash aviubti cluh. ayff-a. There will l. a meeting of this club at l Colunibian Hall, corner of Court and LVulrnl-avi'uue. on TUESDAY KVKN. INI!. July 31, Iwsi, at a o'clock. All are invited to attend. Arrangements will bo completed to attend the Mass Itatiticatiou Meetiug In Covington on Thursday evening. WM. GATES, Fresident. J. 51. BLK'-Kta, Kec. Hecn'tary. jySl-a p-raFUNERAL NOTIOE..-THE 9IE!I' avvTS. UEUSot the Journeymen Iron Mould ers' S'iciety, as also all other Moulder, of Olnclnnati anil vicinity, are horeby requested to meet at their Hull, (tho Jtcd Men's), corner of Sixth and Walnut, to attend the funeral of the deceased brotnor, THOMAS COX, at one o'clock, precisely. FltKriEltlCK JENN1U, Preat. v.iiak. o. niiAriNU.N, oec y, pro tem. jyJi-" IT NKVKR VAIT.M. IliNVlM.K. Kv.. Julv 1. ia',9 Mr. H01.0M Palmer- Di.ar nir : Villlnii to beneht those who urn trnuhlnd with eruptions and cutaneous diseases. I certify that a it rent nittiir cases have come under mv nersonal ob serration of the incalculable benefit of Palmer's vegetaMe Cosmetic Lotion. I have sold it for the past seven years, ana never bas a case come within my anowieacre 01 its tawing 10 De a oenent. oi. Biuu r, Druggist and Uoolcseller. HULUN PALMKB, Manufacturer and Importer of Perfumery, j'7 No. 3tf West Fourth -street. tf-TS KENNEDY'S MKDICAI, niHCOV m?S jUKY Is acknowledged by the most eminent phyiujianH, and by tbe most careful druggists tarnuiruout tlie United Htates. to be tlm mont cffr tiuil blood -purifier ever known, and to nave relieved 11101 u BiniiTiiiKi ttnu euecieu more perumuenE cures. inun uiiy preparaiion Known 10 tne proiession. scroi ula, Halt Rheum, Erysipelas, Scald-head, Scaly Erup tions of whatsoever nature, are cured hi- a few hnttlns ituu i no eyoK'ni rosioruu to iuu strengtu ana vigor. Full and exoltcit directions for tbe cure of ulcerated sore legs and other corrupt and running ulcers, li Shoo in the pamphlet with each bottlo. For sale by OHN D. I'AKK, HUUtK. KOKJiTJCIN A OO., and ur.irm a di. ui Avn. rricejji, seniv-ay Read, all who wish to get Riohl US. HOOK. CONTAINING TN. fcKST' HTlt UC riONB how to make a fortune in a ti'W uionttis, will be seut to any and all persons, on receipt oi their correct address and 20 cents in nost- ag" Hiauips. a aureus j. r. dk l. iouk, Agent. iii-ti Box 1,'Hi. Cincinnati, Ohio. KS $55. LADD, WEBSTER & CO.'S Sewing Maohinea! B-raNF.V HTYI.E JUST ISSUED AT Na tllil-flV. iSJLLAUB. $sa. mw Call and aee them at 80 West Fourth-at. - NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CINCINNATI TROTTING PARK. ATROTTIN-.rrlATIH FOR A FI HHK and stake of l4UU, mile ib.uits. best three in nv, iu whkoiw, will oouiu on o invivnun,, AU' KMTB1EJI. A. Daniels enters g. m. Kate Daniels, ttooige Hldwel) enters b. m. Lady Ulley, L. A. (Smith enters b. . Dick Turpin. Race to come off at 4 o'clock P. M. Cars will leave tbv O.. II. D. U. B. Depot, at 7:90 and 3.') tor the rourne, Adniitnton to tbe Public Htand, 50 cents; to the flHiniwnt' ana ljuiiph Diann hi, jy;ti-c TlltiH. J. BTEP BN8, Proprietor. 11BTI HNM FROM THE KOUTIf.-NEW UKljfcAMi, July 1W, Iboo. nr, J. J. DUTLKR, Agent, Cincinnati Please aend us by first boat 14 wwn quarts, iu sort up wiiii, oi your EXCELSIOR FLUID INKS. And oliligo jy:il-aw PKTEB HAWKH, Wholesale Stationer. HOMOCOPATHIO VENEREAL HOSPITAL, AltT UNION BUILDING, NoHTH-WKST TOR. OF Foil BT II AND BVCAMORE-STS. IAHKA XVK'H VIVY OVtDK HIIOWM A at a u)u.imt Hih localim of Htreeis. Deaots. PMt. ottii-e, ('ouri-linuse, Cit iluildiugs aud many other important plates. (Titisens. Mlranmrs and others will find his Chart Invaluable. He bas certificates from A. Lincoln, III., the Postmaster in this city, and a number of outers, wno niuniy recominenu nis new invention. IIm s now delivorlns: to subscribers, and will be ready to sou to agents atwr three days. jyJl-h fflHB HAJjR AT CLIFTON M KHKRY JL will b wiiitliiued this day, at itt o'clock, of all nursery aaa ureeuuouse fiauis. J.O. C. HOLENHHADB. J31-a Assignee of M. Kelly. a A OH HUM II lUx Orfts,oi Saiup Ave pouuds eac i Hounds each AABdN A. CULT IB. alt) aud 341 Main -.mat. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. T?."RDTTr!FiD PRTflEft CHEAP DRY GOODS -At- Deland & Ctassage's, West Fourthstreti RICH AND DESIRABLE GOODS! At a Great Sacrifice). RBDL'CTION IN CHOICK DRESS SILKS! &r s, AO, 69, T3.8TH.ndSl For styles and price neror offered before. 100 ORGANDIE ROBES AT (3-WOBTH 6. Superior French Robes AT 6, $r, 8S-WORTH 10, .14. ORGANDIES OF RICHEST STYLES! AT 3TX AND SO CENTS. DRESS LAWNS! SUPER. FRENCH AND AMERICAN LAWNS! AT laf CBNT8 WORTH !5. Extra Colored French Jaconets! AT 2(. !2.t AND 3y CENTS Sheer and beautiful atyle ORGANDIE DRESS GOODS! AT 15 AND ilO CENTS, Never before sold Iota than 2ft and Choice Style and liar pain in XA-ai Da-ilartr I rjTlirllSll JjSirCffB ItOtfCS I UUllOU "v"uw 1 an sit sim sir sain slfi AT S3, SH, 7 AND S Worth , 1 10 and til. HAGNIFK1KNT GKF.NADINK BOBEH AT EK DUCKD PRICKS, TO CLOUK Splendid Stock of LACE SHAWL POINTS -AND- AT 83, , 97, 8S, 80 AND $10 Rara styles of Spanish and rusher do. Whitti and Iirnh Canton Crape Shawls ; Stella and (Jossanier Shawl, for summer travelingver cheap. DKliAND &. 008SAOE. IjyWl E U R OPE! IVB ARK NOW PREPAH ED TO riKHUE TV KA ILKOAU and null TIUK. CPU ,1... ,n Al l DlUTd (IF EUHUI'K, at tbe following rates from Cincinnati : first Class. Liverpool S'.'l oil London W W) I'ari KM is) Havre 101 IK I Bremen HH m Antwerp 104 911 Hamburg IIM'..) Cork ..,,...,.,. V '. Londonderry ..,,.... M 90 Drafta on Encland. Ireland and Scotland at 85 to tnefcl. WM. D. BARRY & CO., Burnet House Building, jySV-aw Corner of Burnet and Vlne-sts. Cooking Extrao.ts. PHKHTON & 1NU Kx tracts; MERRILL'S FLAVOR Hiirntt'ji Vliavoritis Kx tracts : Jtlcakim's FLwvoring Extracts; Campbell ft Biinucl s t lavonng Extracts ; Weth non oritl's Flavoring Extracts; Uurkee's Flavor in tt : extracts; Iloonvr'i Flavoring Kxtimts. A full assortment. Fur sale by VUWAUD MCANLAN A CO.. Druatzistfl. North-oast corner Fourth and Main-streets. jyzy-c. Fresh Bermuda Arrow-root. Wj1RE8H BERMUDA ARROW-ROOT- Just received. North-east corner of Fourth and Main -streets. Uy29-cj Ohio Catawba Wine. 1A PRLH. OHIO CATAWBA WINK 1.V Vintage ot 18.V.I. For sale by kdwakd sc AN I. AN ft CO.. Urtioraists. North-east corner Fourth and Main-streets. ljyav-oi Wax and Sperm Candles. I1TAX AND 8PERM CANDLES, COL- v v (jtvBsL uiiu wiiiie, an sues, .vorsaieny i EDWARD SCAN LAN ft CO.. DrucuinU. jy29-c N. S. cor. Fourth and Main-sts, Payson's Indelible Ink. 1 f ORO PAYSON'H INDELIBLE INK, MJ without a nrnoaration. HtH'ived and tor ale ny BUltUli, feUJVHli,lrt a UU., jyitf-o oppositeino rost-omce. Barolay's Mustard. VlARn.AYIH MllPRltPINH TON HON MJf Mustard, noted for retaining Its strensth aud uavur. jbuccivvu anu lur naio uy HU1KK, KCKoTEI H ft CO.. jyjy-c Opposite the Post offlw Pink Sauoers. If GRO. PINK HAVCER8-RECKIVED tJVT and for sale by UI'TDD vntr QTflU r jyW-o Opposite the Pott-omca. Eckstein's Compound Syrup ox blackberry. THE 1JNIVKR8ALLV GOOD EFFECTS ot this nyrup as a remedy for Diurrbea, Dysen tery, unoiera-inoruus, nn miner complaint, etc.. should IntriKluce it into every family. Its safety and x-reparuu auu lor sate o NU1BR. ECKRTEIN ft CO.. Opposite the Post-offiee. Cooper's Isinglass, eto. BOXES COOPER'S 8HEET 11 N- tH UL ArtH ; do. Cotjper's Shred Isinglass. Keceived aud for sale by uitiui. vniriiTiiiiu av i )y-c Opposite tbe Postofflce. Liquid Rennet, IJIOR MAKING, IN A FEW MI N ITT EM. m- uuiicious desserts. Tlie convenience and nicety certain way of preparing Hllp, Junket und Frughdac, will recommend it at once to all who use it. There are tew ucsseris tor tne tauie so economical, dull viuu aiiu nuaiiniui. ror saie uy A. M. BTKVENH ft CO. Jy25-f Fourtli and Uace-sU. JL CfclVLD, 40 boxes superior Pineapple Cheese. ji wioi wuvHwwituu rviHii, uy A. MVlmVAT.Tl On Jy30 56 and Branch 449 West Fonrth-st. DURKEK 6V CO.'M H ELECT HPICE. Just received, aa boxes Durkee A Oo.Ta Select vruuuu npices, warranien to no pure. For sale, wholeaule and retail, by A. MuDllN ALD A CO.. jy30 50 and Branch t49 West Fourth-at. IKMON HYRUP.-JUWT RECEIYKD, '10 A doeu pure Crystalifted Juicoof Lemuus. ; or sale, wholesale ana retail, ny A. MnlMlNAT.D A fin J80 ,: 56 and Branch tl4tt West Kourth-st. f ADIKrt HOLLAND tilN TONIC.-JI HT m.m rev.vt)u, c4umw ijauies itoimua UID louic. M or sais, wnoiesaie ana retsit. ijy A. M, DONAI.n At ft . jy30 56 and Branch J49 West Fourth-st, rtKKIUlDA A a HOW. It OOT AT COLTER'S. .110 and 3-il Maln-st. O&BOEN FRBHH PINEAPPLES IN i m aiora ana lor auie uy AAROV A. COLTER. 310 and .Tit Maln-st. VEHT INDIA .ON.EY-t TIBKOB AAiiun a. uiiLii mi. ai9and 3-A1 Malu-st. CJNWKfin SILVER OLOMH MTARCII- 10 boies at jyat inaii'll aiaiU'Si. VLAVORINti EXTKACTH-DKNKUAL m- varwiy, al OOLTKIt'H. 310 ud 341 Maia-.t. da Third Class. ft3 2ft .Vt 2A M W AU 4(. 01) 41', (JO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I I I aaoiAx. . Master Commissioners' Sale J STATB OF OHIO, HAMILTON COUNTY, 8M.l'msimut tn an onlur Air sale, Issued from the Hamilton i;oniy i nnnui intmiiKin I leas, ana t.iniA ill meted. I will offer at Pnlille Hule In the TO. tuiKlaof therouri-lionse inuincinneii, sa l lillUA I, scribed real estate, to-witi All those certain Lois of Anirnat 1. IStHI. at 1 O C OCK. A. 1 .. lllfl In OWIIIff de Land in a I'lat of a part of Clinton, sttnate In section ten and sixteen In Mlllcrcek Township, Hamilton County aforesaid, an laid out ny John Burgoyiie, yli: No. 0 tot. fiteeq Lot. AppratMmrmt. I 1ft!t IWi 4 inrhpH ll 110 $ 2110 110 I i in 2.... S... 4 S S T.. S HI fwt 4 inrlioa Uf HW.. 1i fnet 4 Inrlim 1-r loo..-., W feet 4 Im-l.e hy UK)..... 1tt ftt 4 1 ik Ii mi by lini , 1M ft-ct 4 jnriH's by m 11 fret 4 InrhM bt inn ....containing 3 )W1in arrnn .. containing I 17-.n iirrt... contnfnlnff Harron ...con t niiiing 2 40-HX) Heron ....containing 2 37-inn nvrrm ....containing 3 Z't-liiO acna... ....containing ft 12-ino acroa containing 4 iKS-lw aorcn ....containing 3 llMdo acrm ....rniitiilninii 3 bfliMi act en 2INI OO ........ Jim m 2fl mi 200 no 2IKI on ... l,v ou , IM2 (10 1,2110 (10 1.4(0 00 9 in II 12 IMS 00 i ,:m (si 2.IMS 00 2,'.'7(l Ol) ........... l,w on l,s on ........... !2( Oil :i.., It is...., in...., 17.., M containing 2 AO-bin Hcn...H It. containing 4 73100 acre..... 1,11 60 To be (tola aa tbe property of John Bnrgoyne, In caae No. 12,270 Hamilton County Court of Common 1'loaa. wherrln The City Bank ofColumhua la plaintiff and John Burgoynn and others are nVfr ndante. M. 11. TiLDsif, Attorney wr riainiin. jyJ-eawTd Special Maater Commieatotipr. 1. It. Mr A A llni 1KOnATK COFRT OF HAW I LTO N Omnty and Htate of Ohio.-Wllllara Winters, A.lmliiiatrutiir nflho Kt.ta.in nf Rnlirnlin Cnrll. UP- caaard, verwn June Campltell and tho Unknown Children of TIioh. Oarrinon, et al., Legatees under the Will ol fiphnum i;arii, aecenaen. rt-mion ior ShIp of Koiil Ktttuto. The auld unknown children of Thoa. Uarriaon, legatoea under the will of Kphrnlm Curll, (ipcpajtcd, will take notice that a petition haa been filed oil tbe 18th day of Muy, 18NJ. in aaid Court, ugalnat them and othera, titating, among other thing, that tbe nalri deceaaed died. leaving a rhirh wan duly admitted trt probata and record- different etntea, all bin real and personal tn J on a f?nr1l. wlrl.tw. oliii-M Ititarmarrlcil tne aaui uourr. wnori'in n butwvu. i Cninpboll. bia aon, Tbomaa Carll, and the children 8a id petition furthor ntntcn tlmt, upon uppmisemcnt of nwet coining into the hands of petitioner, oi u is rmn-nrninr , Thoa. OarrUon, whose names administrator de bonis non of said estate, they were found to be of the vaiueof $260; that the estate of said deceased Is yet Indebted in an amount of over $700. which said porsonal assets will be wholly Insufficient to dinciiarge. ine petitioner uirtner states inai aaia Carll died seized of the following real estate, to-wit: Lots nuiuhernd 41, 42, 43, 44, 4. 40, 47, 4, 49, AO, ftl, ftt. Kl. Al. tA. A7. M. m. AO. 01. 02. A3. 01. 0ft. 00. 07. iw, oy, 70. 71, 72, 7:, 74 anil 7ft, as numbered on plat of recorded In book 1M, page 43, of Hamilton County Kecords.wl.Uh arn sublet to and bound for th payment of said indebtedness. The petitioner, therefore, prays that he may Im authorised and dl- SUimivision niuue uy jianimy, iwnuuui ct iitrii, kihi recorded In book 1.1ft, page 43, of Hamilton County Records, wbiib aro subject to and bound for the rected to sell said real estato, or so much thereof at may ue neci'ssary tor tno payment oi neotB aioresuiu, and anyotlier iudtditedness that may be owins; to said estate. Now, unless the said unknown chil dren of Thos. t.arrlson shall answer or demur to said petition by tho 30th dny of AiiRiist, A. I. bv0, tne snia pi'itrioii win ne tenon as true, auu au oruer made Krautlng the pruycr ol said potitlou. tin i riitiAn nm 1 1 n, AttorncyH for Administrator. Wl LI, I AM W1IS TEU8. Adm'r de bonis non. July Hi, I M'rQ. Jyi6-dlaw VD.MINIHTK ATOK'H KALK.-MTATK OF OUIO. HAMILTON COUNTY. HS.-Pro- Imte Court. (No. 7m.) Philip Owmis and Patrick Owens, Admtiilstrtttors of 'I'linnm Owens, dereased, liffninMt Miiry t'nhill and .lanu-s Ciihill. her buMltaud, Ctitlmrtiie Hmith, aud ulhera. Iu otx'ilience to an nnler nf Mnle iiimiIii bv iiid ourt. Ii. km id cause, mid to us directed, we will, on Haturday, tbe 24th day of July, i8oo, at ii o clock, A. m., or shiu uay, at tho rotundu of tho Court -bouse, in Cincinnati, in said llmu ltiui tkmiin . Ohio. ho. ti tliP liiir hunt hlddcr. the followlhK real estate, as tbe property of Thomas Owens, deceased, to-wit : All that certain lot or En reel of land situated In the City of Cincinnati, ouuty of Hamilton, aud Htate of Ohio, and begin uing vn the north -east corner or Sixth and Carr stret'ts, mnuing thence eastwardly on a line parallel wim Mxiu-siroet, tnirty-nve (.wi) ieet, iiienco tiorin wnrdly ei(thty tt0) fnet, thence westward ly thirty five (W) feet to (!arr-street. thence southwardly I eighty (8(1) feet to the place of beginning, being the same premises xuveyed to said Thorn an Owens, de cojied, by Philip Owens, by deed recorded in book I f9 , page Hamilton County ltocords. Appraised at S;t,MK). Also, all that certain part of lot number twenty-six 1 2(1). In Carr's subdivision of lots In the Western part of the City of Cincinnati, in the County and Htate aforesaid, commencing at a point ou the eust fide of Carr-street. eighty (h(i) feet north ef Sixth-street, thence runutng north twenty-two cm) teeianu nine incues, ineuce east, in paranei lines one hundred and seven (lo7 feet, twlngthe same premises conveyed to said Thomas Owens, de I ceased, by Philip Owens, by deed recorded in bonk 1W, page an, liamiltun County Itcconts. Appraised at $1,600. Terms of sale, one half rash, paid on day of nale. and one half in one vear thereafter: th de ferred payment to draw interest from day of sale, and to be secured by mortgage on tho premises sold. PHILIPOWENM, Adtninlstrators of Thomas Owe us deceased. Prtkr T. Williams, Att'y. June Z', 1mm). je2o-daw. A DNIKTHTRATOR'tf MALE.- .IN PITR. BL AflUn to urder of tlm Probate Court of outheiith 1'AY 6k HKPi KM JJ kll, A. V. iHtsi, at three o clock in the afternoon, ou tho premises, the following described real estate, to-wit : Tbe witnt half of tbe north-west ouarter of section eight in Township seven, south of rauge two east, iu tne district oi in mis suoject to saio at ijima, onto. outalnlng eighty acres, situate in tbe county of leroer aud Htate of Ohio, aud bolus the same nroD- erty conveyed to Clemens Kramer by Patent of tbe S'nited States, dated October lu, 1844, and recorded u vol, 20. pago 168, of the Records of the General and Omce. Appraised at 9W0. ... Terms of sale: One-third cash on dav of sale and I the residue thereof in one and two yours thereafter, with interest from the day of sale, to be secured by mortgage on tbe premise. J. B. L. HCHULTE, Aumiuistrater oi jonn ii.Bcnuite, deceased. jy3i-amj Something" New ! THE EROVAPOR PORTABLE COOK-STOVE! fTSTNG NEITHER WOOD. COAL.CHAR. J COAL, nor Gas. No Smoke, No Dirt, No Heat! To discommode the operator. Tbe best and most economical Hummer arrangement extant. In prac- icai operation every aay, at it a. ju., no. li eat Fourth -street. County Rights for sale. J el -cm Six I "ine Sliirts, ItlADK TO MEASURE, (A good article, and warranted to fit,) FOR NINE DOLLARS! AT BICHABDSON'S SHIRT STORE, 82 West Fourth-street, jyS7-tf . Two doora abora Vine. CAMPAIGN MEDALS! CONTAINING CORRECT MELAINO TYl'K LIKENKSSKM of the ditferent eandl. dates for the Presidential chair, now ready. The likeness of the President on one side and Viee-Pres- II u k nil i uc uiirai b uii lucuai. uwui iuu mao Ml five-dollar gold-piece, making a beautiful campaign charm or badge. Orders addressed to I J. L. DRAKE & CO., 11 West Fouith-bt., Olnclnnati, Ohio, Will meet with prompt attention. U I ubs supplied on tavoralde terms. Hani pies suut by mail ou receipt of nine three-cent stumps. jy28-amdp Fortune-telling and Phrenology. A' LL PKRSONH WISHING TO KNOW their future prospects can havo thorn correctly stated by Mtulume ALW1 N, at 1A Fourth-street. I Htatud b' Corner of him, where sho maybe consulted on matters conrerning love, inarrtaue. courtshin. law matters, busiauss ulfairs, and will tell the name the lady or geuLleiuau they will marry ; also the name of their visitors. jyira o TORCHES FOB PB0CESSI0NS! Uurlug tb PKKMIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, At 3ft .nd ftO ueuta per duven, at A. O. FAKKY'd, (TiliD.r,) Jy-tl 31 Hac.-.l. Great Family Medicine. AnOM KHTK3 RENKDV.-IIIXON'M Ai'umatii- BlackUirrr Carmltiative. u salA. speedy and effectual cure for Dysentery. Cholera jmvi uiMi, uisiiuus. duiuuiiir uum p laiin, ana an ins ease, of the Htmuacli and UoukIh. Ttia unnnu-.. dfntud demand foi this valuable Medicine i, ample sviutime ui ii. ueauua unuuiies. nor sale by all city and country dealers al 25 cents jper bottle. UKU. M. DIXON, DrogRlsl, iwj, tier of Ififth and Main-atreeta. Aromatio Tinot. Myrrh, C'LHANMING THK TEBTI m: hardenliifi the (lums and Imparting a dlluh perfume to tu breath. Prepared aud for sale by , l'haruiaceiitisia, N. W. cor. Fourth and Ilace-street. jyzr-f Iaaao Crawley and James Smith , ! versus i-airioK Atilam. ATTACH ItlENT, BKFPRB H. IIOniNE, J. p. OP ANDBR. HON Towu.hlp, Uauillt'm liouuty, Ohlo.-Ou thu 14th day of Julv. A. It imaji h.i.i .ln.ii inurf au order ol attachment In the above action fur the aunts u ten dollar, aud tlftoeii dollars. IfSA AC UHAWI.CT, JAMKM SMITH. Mawtown, Ohio, July M, UM. jyat-oW NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I I m ol BELL AND EVEltETT County Convention, f-TTIR CONSTITUTION A I I'NION PAKTY of ilamlltou County, and all others favorable to the election of BKLL and EV KKNTT, aiv hereby notified that the Convention for the nomination of members of Congress tn the Kht and Second Pintrlets, and for County Officers, will assemble at HM1TM k MXON'H HALL On Tuesday August 7, 1860, At lu o'clock A.M. The various Ward will elect Delegate, to said Convention on MONIAY HA KM Ml, August -, and the different Townships and Precincts on K.T LKDAY AFTERNOON, August 4. I(W0. Five DH. gates to be elected In each urd. Township and Pre cinct. JOHN F. TOKKKNCK,) CI1 AH. Jj. OANO, Committee. jylW-U CHAH. C. MIKDQCK, ) Books for the Campaign ! For sale by RICKEY, MALLORY & CO., NO, 73 WEST FOURTH-STREET. Pike's Opera-house. C?lukey' Political Text-book OR, ENCYCLOPEDIA. By M. W. Chi -key. Washington, D. C. ft rontninM, among other thing), the various Party Platform j tbe American 11 it mil; the Kansas Legislation of Congress: Oors. Oeary's, Ktanton's and Walker' Inaugural Addressi'H ; Senators (M-een n, Uougias s aud Oollamer's itntl MesNrs. 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