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The Negro in American Polities—His Expulsion.
It ll eurioat dilemma, that into which ttw
irreprslb1 colored person baa brought the
party politic of the Dm ted States. There
wu a tlma when it wai thought that he was
in a fair way to be gotten rid of when men
were beginning to exclaim with feelings of
relief concerning him aa wae tatd of Catahne
by the great Roman orator, "exegit, abiit,
tvatit, trupit;" but at that very moment,
through the ill-directed activity of an ambi
tioni politician, meani were devised to catch
the fugitive and bring him back again, and
to make htm more Inveterate and Impressible
Device to get the negro oat of politics are
uo noveltiee in party affairs; but they all
eMm to be attended by a peculiar fatality; no
sooner are they formed than their effect ap
pear! to be to Instate him more firmly in
them than be was before. No sooner is the
anti-negro candidate or party visible, than
he or it Is called upon to answer questions as
to the quality or extent of the anti-negroiam.
Neither candidate nor party can refuse to re
spond. Answers open the way to discussions;
tones are made, the field grows -wider, and
straitway enters the colored individual in
propria ptrtoiia and full proportions.
Still there is a feeling with many perhaps
with a majority that it is high time that the
politics of the United States were white
men's politics; the difficulty of the case be
ing that those who feel in this way are not
the ones who perform the political manipu
lations who do what Is called the work, and
seek the office. A very large number, we
are convinced, of the thinking people of the
country are convinced that no benefit is likely
to accrue to any class or interest either by the
abolition of slavery, or by any of those
party exercitations through which the value
of slave property may be reduced or the pro
ducts of slare labor diminished; and who
deprecate the sectional Ill-feeling which these
performances are sure to enkindle. . - ,
Looking back to the time when questions
connected with the negro and the relations
which he sustains with the white man first
mldo their appearance in the political field,
and it is difficult to find any poinl of view
from which to discover that their agitation
has been, in the slightest degree, ben
afidal to any of the parties understood
to be Interested.' The proximate effects
of the same have been, at all times,
nndeclrable, and this from whichsoever
side they may have come. Neither whites
nor blacks, neither North nor South, neither
free nor slave territory, has gained any thing
whatsoever. The reaction from Northern
measures has usually been against the North;
that from Southern measures against the
South. Northern doctrines, if carried to
their logical finalities, would have extended
slavery all over the Union; and Southern
doctrine, if treated in the same manner,
would have made freedom universal. The
favorite weapons of each have been forged iu
the armories of the othor, the absence of
power and skill In the attack has usually been
balanced by the absence of prudence and con
duct in the defense; the fears or anticipations
ef great results to follow, conflict heralded
with so much affluence of language, have all
been unfounded. Effect there he been none;
killed and wounded none. Political power
has gone with population. Economical, aud
and not party forces, have wrought out ull
the existing actualities. The fights have
been sham fights, and the heroes bham
heroes party Bobadils and Bombaates from
the beginning to the end of the chapter. The
fact wi slavery have all the while governed
the facts of slavery; the character of the ele
ments has fixed the terms of the relation; the
relation ha reached npon the elements; and
the sole end of all the agitation has been to
alienate the feelings of the people of the two
great sections of the Confederacy from each
other, and, to a certain extent, to disincline
them to keep up that intercourse which to
facilitate was one of the ends proposed by
the Constitution. , . ,;"::
The ex.stencsof such feelings is unfortunate:
notbscaose there' is any danger that the
political union of the States will thereby be
severed a thing of which there is not the
remotest probability -but because it has been
and is promotive of disturbance in tho.-e
economical relations which are of quit as
much practical Importance to the people as
the other. To some extent, the trade of the
Northern State has been damaged by the
astt-elavery agitation which they have ex
perienced. . Certain localities bav - been
especial sufferers. . fcitnlllgeut men in trade
believe, and thiuk they' have reason to be
lieve, that the trade of this city, in 'several
branches, has fallen off materially in conse
quence of the Abolition literature and
sentiment presented in those of our
public Journals 'which have" assumed
to be the ' organs of the commercial
interest of tbe city aud of its most enlight
ened opiniou.. The combination of the two
features, the party-political and the toenail
til in on newspaper, baa worked badly; and
th affect has been to convey the impression
that . tbe merchant and manufacturers of
Oinclnnati are a body of Abolitionists, whom
to trade with or patronise i to give aid and
increased activity to tb must dangerous foe
to th South aud it moat important in
tarsals. Th encouragement which this evil
repntatlon of our baa given to rival citiea
below a on this great chain of rivers, is very
great; and it would not b difficult to name
several important item in which the com
petition thai begotten baa aeriouslr reduced
th extent of sal wid production among us.
That those papers which have claimed to
represent the sentiments of the business men
of tbe city, and, upon Uie . atreiij; ill of such
claim, have received the support of that class
of oar population, bav done duty a th
propagandist of Abolition aeati raeiite aenti.
aunt inconsistent with th exiokuc of th
Hrvlk relation any where la the Onion i
sot to bo denied. ,; ,' '"',.,''.'"'
Had there beta any appearaoo of gsnuiu
philanthropy la this auy btnavolaoe, sense,
sincerity, or dodo of good result, it might
ear been overlooked and excused; but the
v goad of lb eagre ha beea tho last thing
thought of throuf brat. There-W ao-asor
love of th colored man, tot lev of liberty
ia bis persoa ta tho - North, than In th
SoiiUwhmi more ia th ranks of tho Xepub
Uoaatban In thoe f any tbe party no
more wltti Republic j&uruallit than with
any other class of our fellow-citisens. Bo
tar a hi good or convenience or happiness
is concerned, th charttle proteased io hi
use have been, to the hurt degree, eouaUr-
Urfelt and perfunctory, ' The aegro has bee"
simply th symbol of on interest upon wnicn,
by process of attack or defense, to build op
party agitation, and help men In or out of
office, and thl is th whole of his political
The feelinc. therefore, that , it ia time that
Ih negro was removed from the field of
politics Ih the unitert Btates W a comet one
Be ha, in reality, no business there, and
therefore, he should be away. His Introduc
tion ha been by mischievous men, for pur
poses of mischief, and, therefore, it is time
he and they Wert banished. .
The Saintly and the Satanic Press.
The New York JltraU published Mrs. Our-
ney defense for her elopement from her
husband, which had previously appeared In
the TViojms, and prefaced it with startling
head-line, mixing up Messrs. Ourney,Samner,
Seward, Greeley, Phillips, Lincoln, Fourier
ism, Free-lore and various things, after the
n trait t vagabond style. The Gaietie, of this
city, copies this, heading it, " More DIabol
ism," and proceed to ridicule the decencies
and proprieties of journalism, after the saintly
style by the following comments:
' " Could anything be more diabolical? Than
Messrs. Sumner, beward, Greeley, Fhillips
and Lincoln, there are none who have more
openly advocated purity and tbe Inviolability
nfc the marital relation. To represent Mrs.
Ourney's reasons for incOutincnce aa the
views of these gentlemen could only have
b"0 done by a paper whose proprietor nnd
editor rests quietly under tne nrnna it
witting and williug cuckold," . .
The Herald mixes up Mrs. Curacy's de
fense with Abolition and Republican leaders,
and calls it a new plunk in the Republican
Platform; whereupon the Gazette publishes a
scandal on the editor's wife. This, we sup
pose, Is high-toned journalism, after tbe
Cincinnati saintly pattern. Some would
have the bad taste to regard the "diabolism"
a decent by comparison. .
, "A witting and a willing cuckold," is, we
think, Pryor's expression.' He attached an
indelible stigma to himself by it, as the man,
the first in any age or nation, who dragged
the character of a woman into a public dis
cussion, to reveuge himself on her husband
That, after publio opinion has affixed this
stigma to blm, the Gaiette should voluntarily
ussume It, would seem to show a natural pro
clivity iu that line. , ,
"Could only bare been done by a paper
whose proprietor and editor rf quietly
under the brandr , Is Saul also among the
prophets ? : It the saintly Gazette also preach
ing the code, and stigmatizing men who "rest
quietly under the brand," and do not resort
to assassination to protect their honor ?
watering-places, written ia the show-bill
style, need not be surprised if they do not
appear. Our friendship for the proprietors
wi'l not permit us to publish any thing cal
culated to give a genuine enterprise the odor
of humbug. Lively letters which reflect tbe
society and doings of the place, or which are
made entertaining by the style or imagina
tion of the writer, are .interesting to news
paper readen, and beneficial to the proprie
tor of the place; but the dead-head style of
puffing the princely proprietor, and the gen
tlemanly clerks, and urging the claims of the
enterprise, and the duty of our citizens to
sustain it, has been vastly overdone in the
Cincinnati journals. The dead-head sticks
out altogether too plain.
We are not going to display any violent
virtue about the dead-head system. That
heed nut trouble anybody, for they who
wish, can refuse these favors; but the usual
style of returning these, courtesies is rather
a damage than a benefit to those they wish
to favor. But nothing, so far as its influence
reaches, will knock a watering-place so cold,
as to urge the duty of the people to sustaiu
it - People are not fond of duty, under any
oircumstauces, aud especially they do not go
to pleasure resorts to fulfill duty. If tho thing
is put in the shape of a claim, all who look
for ease, comfort and pleasure will avoid it.
Anything would be preferable to the show
bill style of letters which has so far afflicted
the papers of this city.- That any enterprise
should have survived this literature proves
that It has real merit and substantial attractions.
"L'Empire. c'est la Paix."
apprehensions of England at his extensive
preparation for war, Louis Napoleon says: .
"I have had but one thought, one object
to inaugurate a new era of peace, and to live
on the beat term with all my neighbors, aud
especially with England. I have
great conquests to make, but only in France.
Her inferior organization, her moral develop
ment, the increase of her resources, hare still
immense progress to make.' There a field
exists vast enough for my ambition, and suffi
cient to satisfy it. Let us under
stand one another in good faith, like honest
men a ware, and not like thieves who de
sire to cheat each other." :
This sounds so much like the sweet note
of peace which be uttered while his troops
were already under marching-orders for Italy,
that if England bos any thing to apprehend
from invasion, she had better be preparing
"Honest men us we are !''. Hum I. Take
any shape but that, and our swallow may not
give out I But th leant said about honesty
the better. "Not like thieves who desire to
cheat each other I" If any body else had
aid it, it would bav been called a portrait!
MONOMIMT TO RoaxET FCLTON IK New
OaxsA. The citizen of New Orleans hare
determined to honor the memory of Fulton
oy erecting stupendous monument, iw teet
uiguk, iwj wu ivcfc iu uuuueuir, wuu Blair,
way on the inside, at the iutersection of Ful
ton and Cunnl-streeta. facinir the Custom.
house, and in the great thoroughfare and
heart of th: vast commercial emporium, front
ing the Mississippi, the father of all waters.
which will be an honorable token and tribnta
from tbe owners of the swarms of steamboats
that crowd tbe busy wharves.
........ ' i ;
Naw CiTTLB DisaAsa ih Naw Enolsmoj
Several herd of cattle la tbe vicinity of
u lover, v ermoni, nave een visitea oy a pe
euliar dlseas which attack two or three,
and seldom more than two or three, in each
herd. It commences by a Ireaknes in tbe
limb. Soon the cattle totter; some walk
cross-legged, and some on their knees. They
become very emaciated, and th skin, instead
Of euf nexioia, become Ixed and tight.
ExoLssa LiTsasTPa ta Gismant-A selection-ef
Kuplish and American poems,
German translation.' ha been published by
Q. Pert. They ar arranged ehronologio
ally. England ia represented by Shake
pears. Goldsmith, Bum, Wordsworth. Walter
boom, Ooleridge, Thomas Moore, Byron F-
ucut nenwns, nooa, iraoysoo, ana many
nttinp; bat ix A merirans w and only three
".Bijwii, uoug,'.o,v ana ro. '"
;tu Tit hi ii -i ii t".
'TH Paouaaaa rt ruh Wmat JTh. M
York World has the following; "Steadily th
tar of empire I wending it way toward th
setting sun, aud th scepter of dominion Is
passion into th hands of tha
whose inevitable destiny it is to rul tn
war in oar utaa.
"L'Empire. c'est la Paix." The Latest News.
BY TELEGRAPH TO THE DAILY PRESS.
Two Days Later from Europe.
ARRIVAL OF THE PARANA.
St. Joan's. N. F August 15 Th "steamer
Parana,, from Galway at seven P. M, , on th
7th Inst., arrived here at noou to-day. Her
date are two days- later than furnished by
the Itrtia. ' ' ' ' '
The Vatiifcrftiif arrived at Southampton on
the Tth. Tbe Nov Scotian arrived at Lon
donderry on the 7th.
Great Britain. The Ministry had carried
the Paper Duty Resolutions through the
Mouse ot commons oy luiny-mree majority.
The Timet' citv article of Monday evening,
says) "The English funds continue to show
depreciation, on account of tbe state of tbe
weather and business on tbe Paris Bourse.'' .
The Corn market was heavy, at an occa
sional reduction of from ls.2s. per quarter
A new five-per-cent. Sardinian Loan for
6,000,000 ha been formally announced for
home subscription. Tne price is expecteu
eighty per cent.
The Stock market to-dav Is dull and heavy,
and the funds experienced a fresh decline of
X tr cent.
Tbe failure was annonnced on Monday of
E. M. Abbott, of Bow Brewery, who was
oblieed to suspend payment with liabilities
to the amount of 100,000, which his estate
was not expected to pay in tun. '
The bills of John Craft, provision merchant
of Phillpot-lane, and John Craft, Jr., of
Kniecks Brldee, nave been returned. Lia
bilities believed to be moderate.
The Mark-lane Ezprettnyr. "Thi! woalber
for the past week, though below the usual
temperature with some rain, has further im
proved the condition of the crops, and has
beea more calculated to produce a good
harvest than a hot sun."
The Queen was on her way to the High
lands of Scotland. " ' '
Quarrels had taken place between the of
ficers of the Danish service and the citizens of
franct. The Superior Council of Com
merce has already neia tour sittings, aevoica
to au Inquiry into the cotton trade, at which
a great numner ot r rencn, ungiisn ana Bel
gian manufactories were present. M. Rotilec
Minister of Commerce, presided. -
Turin, Augutt 7. One thousand volunteers
left, to-day for Sicily. Five thousand more
left on the 4th. The men were conveyed by
It is reported that two Neapolitan repri
uients have mutinied, with the cry of ' Viva
Fifteen buudred of Garibaldi's volunteers
have already landed in Calabria. He wonld
shortly advance on Naples, whither he had
been summoned. His arrival was awaited
with impatience, both at Naples and Rome.
Tbe Parana sailed at eight o'clock this
evening for Boston. She has 150 passengers.
Liverpool, Augutt 1. Cotton firm: salen of
London, Augutt 7. CouboIs 93JfJ93?i.
Congressional Convention of the
Fifteenth District, held to-day, Hon. Mr.
Helmick was renominated by acclamation .
Indianapolis, August 15. The Constitu
tional Union State Convention, which met
here to-day, appointed Hon. J. E. Blythe, of
New Albany, and W. E. Edwards, of Terre
Haute, Electors at large, with a full delega
tion of District Electors. Ex-Governor
Morehead, of Kentucky, was introduced to
tbe Convention, and delivered an eloquent
speech, of one hour and a half in length,
which was frequently and enthusiastically
Resolutions, indorsing the platform and
nominations made by the Union Convention
at Baltimore, and opposing fusiou or alliance
with any other political organization, were
DrxPHij I.sd., August 15. The Republicans
of the Eighth District, to-dav. nominated
Hon. Albert S. White to Congress, in place
Of J. A. Richie, deceased.
Evansvills, August 15. One hundred
guus were fired on the announcement of the
formation of a Bell and Everett Electoral
Ticket for Indiana. Tbe enthusiasm is in.
Stbacob, August 15. The Douglas Dem
ocratic Stale Convention, for tbe nomination
of Presidential Electors and State officers,
met here at twelve o'clock to-day. Tbe
Committee on Contested Seat in the New
York case reported in favor of admitting
both the Tammany and Mozart Hall delega
tions, with one vote eaon. -Judge
Willard of Saratoga was choi
rresiaent. ' 1
William Kellev. or Duchess, waa nom
inated for Governor, William F. Allen, of
Uswego, tor Litentenant-Uoivernor; William
w. Wright, or Untario, for Canal Commis
sioner, and William 0. Rhoads, for State
rTison inspector, tne convention then ad
journed till to-morrow morning.
Haerisbubo. Pa.. Aueust 15. The Douglas
State Committee met here this afternoon
and sat with closed doors. It is ascertained,
however, that it is their determination to
nominate a clean Douglas ticket. The Electors
on tbe Reading Convention ticket, who
pledge for Douglas, will be retained. The
other districts will be filled with Douclas
men. The Committee meet airaln this
evening. ' 1
New York Items.
Niw Yobk. Auirust 15. The Btuamer
Richard Stockton and the propeller -Vein Era
collided to-day off Castle Garden. The latter
sunk. She had thirteen passengers all
Saved." ... j. ..j , -
Rosanna Williams, who was stabbed a few
days since by her husband, died at the City
uuspiufti m-uj.' T - . -
Marv Holliean died at Bellevne Hoinitjd.
to-day, from injuries received from her hu,v
Dana. ' "
A setman of the shin Southampton, rust ar
rived from London, was arrested to-dav on
the charge of murdering Wm. Carey, mute of
iuc saia vetwBi, uuxing me voyage. " '
inc oaxonia saiiea to-uay tor Moutnamp'
tun. one wok out ajou.uuu.
The Atia took out $383,000 in specie.
TImihu V V.. A I
Brooklyn Yacht Club, was drowned on Satur-
U-T IU MID 1VM1MH 1.1 . CI , WU1IV TBCHUDg
! t.. D .. : . t, : v i . ..
witn tnends. tie was a native of Bermuda
The London Timet, of the 4th Inst., aavs
tbat tbe shares of the Great Eatiern had de
clined to 8a. 6d.9s., in consequence of the
report tnat tne crana Trunk: Kaiiway, in
Canada, was about tn commence suit for
W,000 damage for breach of contract in
not taxing tne steamer to fortlaud. '
-Aumist 15. Thebridmat
turn piuce over me caniu leu uiis evemug
carrying with it a crowd of people who had
assembled to witness the oerformauce of
mau uaniea carr, on a wire aire toned across
the canal. About 200 people were on the
bridge when it fell. Several were severely
hurt. Two children were taken out of tbe
canal almost lifeless, but were resuscitated.
A child la still miasuig. . , ..
PimiBDso, AuguakA5 P. M. River uu-
changed amcO AQon,.. Weather clear; mei-
curypo.,1. aui i .;: ,:
' Locwtillb, August 15 P. M. River ru
ing, wita roar Net seven inches in tn CanaL
Weather etear; mercury 74". ...
' DasTarjCTivB BroaM w Nibaka. Mitil
data from Nebraska City, of th 9th lust.,
received last night, give tbe particulars or
terrible storm on tbe previous Thursday
Nebraska, bv which numerous house, tresis
and fence were blown down; crop destroyed;
horse and cattle Killed; out, lurtunateiy,
far a heard from, no livss lost. Th damage
was very great, and ia at present Impossiblo
to enimaui. -
... ..I ,(iassaiii mi il in '
' Ntw-Yoac OiTt'MoBTAtitt-Tho New-
York City Jnapector report for tbe past
week give a total of AM death, xhlbitlng
th great increaa 6 rat til week previous
167. but a decrease of ssrsu frcm tb corra
pouding week of last year, aad of forty-oa
iroa uuatot in,
GRAND HEENAN FESTIVAL IN NEW
Fifty Thousand Persons Assembled—The
Benicia Boy Presented with $10,000—Honors
to his Seconds.
The mach-talked-of grand demonstration
to John O. Heenan took place In Jones's
Wood, near New York, on Monday last, and
was attended by a vast conoours of people,
stimated . as high a 50,000. , Tuesday'
Tribune thns describe th affair:
The crowd was such a one a even New
York can aaaemhlt bnt ulifreonentl V. To th
manager the result was delightfully pleasant.
I ns number 01 tickets sola was noi mr irom
37,000; and such is the wretched depravity of
unman nature, tnat aououes several inoa-
sand surreptitious persons scaiea tne walls,
and law the fun without pecuniary disburse
The band bavins achieved their utmost.
and the multitude having endured all tbat
com pressed human nature can bear and sur
vive, toe principal appearea. io weir
credit be it said, ttiey were punctual. In fact
they were ten minutes before the time. At
precisely ten minute before three P. M. a
carriage approached tbe far-off multitude
r .cognized the inmates, and cheered: and the
near-Dy crowa toox up tne cry ana nowiea.
The carriage contained Mr. Macdonaid and
Mr. Cusick, both known as the trainer of
Mr. Heenan at different stages of his prep
aration for the Farnborough fight. This
set-to was not of special interest, both men
being ligbt-weights, and neither being in
condition to do his part.
After these two men came Mr. Ed. Price,
of Boston, and Mr. Aaron Jones, of Philadel
phia. This was a purely scientific affair, and
would have left nothing to be desired, as an
exhibition of true science and grace, but for
one circumstance. Mr. E. Price bad met
with an accident the day before tbat had dis
abled his right hand, which was swollen to
an enormous Bize. Nevertheless, he fought
with hi left hand only, and made a contest
so mauly as to bring down the applauding
shout of alt the crowd. This was truly a
After these combats, and during the per
formance of an appropriate piece of music, a
carriage appeared, containing the distin
guished Champion. Three times he drove
round the ring, and then ascended the stage.
Then another vohicle of aristocratic preten
sions appeared with Charles Ottignon, th
opoonent of Heenan in tbe mimic fipht.
Heenan was dressed in a tight silk shirt,
flannel breeches and fighting shoe. Ottig
iiou was similarly attired. These two
mighty mortals having stepped into the ring,
all preparations were made as if the combat
was to be with the naked fist, instead of with
the innocuousgloves. Seconds, umpires and
boUle-holdera were appointed after the
usual requirements.. For the Champion,
Messrs. Macdouald and Cusick officiated in
the capacity of seconds ; on the part of Ot
tignon, otessrs. ra. rnce ana Aaron Jones
presented themselves. The colors of Heenan
ana bay era were Uea to tne proper posts, ana
giraea aooat tne enthusiastic waists by tbe
eniier secouds. Tho seconds and the princi
pals, at the call ot "all ready,' shook hands
in l tbe customary tormai manner, t hen
came the set-to, consisting of seven rounds.
occupying seventeen minutes. The battle
wua of varying success, but the people
teemed well satisfied with the Champion.
i neu an adjournment to tne noteL a anna-
iug of wine, and finally a presentation to
Heenan of a purse containing, a certified
check for $10,000. In presenting this hand
some present, Mr. Edmond Blankman said:
"Alt j'Yienat ana rtUow-Waent: 1 have
been selected by tbe Committee to present to I
Mr. Heenan, in token of the high apprecii
tion iu which our Champion I may say the
woria s ioampion is neia oy nis country
men, this testimonial of esteem and regard to
John C. Heenan for his manly courage and
spirit in going across the Atlantic to contend
fur the CbauiDion's Belt; and although, my
ineuas, ne aia uot bring oacs. mat particular
belt, yet he left a great deal of belting behind
bim. Cheers and laughter. Although he
did not briug that particular belt, neverthe
less, tne unanimous verdict not only ot nis
own countrymen, but of every honest and
fair-minded mau iu the world, is tbat he was
the real conqueror in the battle ot the 17th
of April. Cheers.
. 'To Mr. Heenan: Iu the first place. Sir,
I bare to present to you this ring, with the
accompanying letter. Let thi ring always
remind you of the uubroken circle of friends
around you to-day. Cheers. I have, in
the second place, to present you this Inclos
ure, containing a check representing th
proceed of the voluntary contribution of
your menus anu aamirera, amounting alto
gether to teu thousand aud thirty odd dollara.
llinmens cneerlng.j Ana now, in nenait ol
tn uommittee, and of this vast assembly, t
nave great pleasure in welcoming you to
your native shores. Tremendous cheer.
Ten thousand welcomes to you, and may a
curse begin at the root of bis heart who 1
not glad to see you." Prolonged cheers.
i ueensn maue a moaesi ana suitaoie repiy.
Two beautiful rings were also presented to
Cusick and McDonald, with speeches, to
which they replied in person.
! The whole affair was most completely suc
cessful, and wilt net to Messrs. Nixon and
W ood ahout HZ.OW.
. LiOUlHArUl.KUn DDTISSASSHIVAI UUHDSS.
The French Legation has lately visited
Boston, says a correspondent of the New
York Evening Pott, to opprov the purchase
of a well-known horse-dealer, of five superb
Vermont horses tor tne staote ot tn r rencn
Emperor, who already possesses twenty-four
specimens of tbe same breed. The new
horses are fifteen hands high, having a fine
action and a speed of not less than 2:50. They
sre or the emiieror favorite color, a deep
bay, as are nearly all the Emperor's stock of
4"0, and their tails ar of the natural length,
with one exceptiou. The cost was between
$,0o0 and $3,000 a pair. These horses will
bo taken to Europe in one of the Vanderbilt
teamers.1 , .
I ' - . .
1 fABIB r AHBIOMS FOB August rar is t asn
ions" tor August tell us tbat striped dresses
are much in vogue of late, no longer the old
btyle of horizontal stripes, but almost univer
sally' perpendicular ones, which- produce a
pleasing effect on dresses with flounces, as
tbev thus blsud more trracefullv with the sn
leenble of tlw robe. Bonnet ar less preten
tiotis iu their decoration; fewer flower are
worn, and those somewhat negligently. '
Tub Yankbb Oibu Etuornfo Lbap Ybab
Fkivilboks. The Worcester Spv says that
the girls in Oakham are disposed to maintain
tneir "leap-year ' privileges aa long a tney
cau.and instanced their firm adhesion to their
rights by taking the lords of creation out on
a huckleberry excursion last Thursday, and
on the arrival home, treating them to a up
per, spread in tbe town nan. ui course, me
girls paid the bills and did the handsome
I vrtia h. .iftv. a native m fniiadelnni&.
aei.1 ihW Vrl cnmmitt.d sulci, on
Triday In Sew drlean. by takinir laudanum,
a-Tim viitKNng of v
TtAltHwitl .mitirtrf him aa tlialr eholre for HI!
It's' of liauillton l ouuly, suklaot to tbe declalon oi
tbu ai.afoiu.lnus Deuiocratlc Couveutlou. Jy27-dw
Court of Contmoapleas. ,, ,
av l v
bAl'l: r.r Ilia office
Olt OOMilOS PbtAS
me VBiuuciutio touveutiou. auis-it
'J. .frpbasts) Judge, " '
Mr Al.tr v.t III II1IIK IH A rANDI.
DATE forf llOBAfkTffBOB. subjuctlo the d la.
lou of tbe Democratic Convention. - . auls-tf
sms- OKOKfll H. I WON WiCANO.
DAT! lur M-ebaOiuu to the oOtce of TKOBA XK
Junai, snl.imii to the decision ui las spproai hlu
iienaoratlAUoavenHea.. . auii-ii
isct U. tb. decision of the Ieuioera4le Ouaventlou. .
mr a u '
LKlS l.tMiMIel IH A
date for Inu ulBoe of froaetullug Attorney tor k
lltuu C isuty, subject to tlx iUlaioa of the C
Ckrtbss ,tsanar.lr4, 19 W. Bl.th.
Ms Clothing worsted sen repaired, M I. Thtni
aroaamrsa's com Ftetwss, SO Plfthitwt,
Bar floe PletarM la etM Ibt U Mti, st Ama
avs' If smaxrth Oaltoir, rtfrh aa Mala, sal -tr
t t ; i r - r t Y '
A. A. Btwm, Clocks; Watrka and jMralrr,
ST rtctons W Wtas at JoirmWs 01117
Nlath and Msta. '' ' "' ' - '
aWSM Bmat t Avraass Ksw Brvi.ss I Ladles
ssa4 row tMbands to b attsd with Ksmsa's
Msw Strls Shirt Psttora." It Is saallf msds, and
sstss work. "Boston 8htrt rsetorr," northwest
oorasr of r Ifth and Ylas, ovw Cols A Hoyklas'a
J-tfSn,W L. A. KXPPKEB, Aeat.
SI Wao Hoiim cts Cs. J. Bovxa Dods's Tea
ETAxa iHriaui Win Bmsast-All whs srssf
nlots with laclslsat aoanusptloa or wsak luns
should ass ths.
AU who nlhc front wsak stomaohi, ladlfMtloa,
dniwpila or puss shoaM ass thftm.
AU who snnsr froai fsnsrsl or bottom debility,
rastlMsiMss at alfht, want of slssa, sto., akoold ass
All Bsrsons who an eonvaUscsnt sftw fotsr or
other slckasss b.oaM m thsss.
sHalstsn of tha Oospsl, lsvrsrs, lecturers, sad si
public sseakers, taoold ass thew,.
Book-keepers, sad all persons kadin( asrdvntarf
life, should as thess. ,
The seed sad Infirm should oe them.
All who require a stlmulsnt or tonic shonld nss
All who are addicted to the oh of ardent spirits,
and wish to reform, shonld ase them.
Ther are made of a pur sherry wins sad of the
aatlTs plants sad herbs of ths oonntrv, snd should
recommended by temperance societies, clergy
men, physicians and all friends of humanity.
They are prepared by an experienced and iauirnl
physlcisn; snd, salds from their medicinal prop
erties, are a most delifhtful beverage ; and yet, as s
medicine, sre ss Innocent snd harmless ss the dews
heaven. . ,
Sold by drugeifts generally.
CHAS. W1DDIF1KLD A CO., Propletors,
78 Willlam-st., Mew York.
JOHN D. PBBK,
anT-dwTn,Th,8st Fourth and Walnot-aU.
BHIO8.-On Tuesday, Augutt It, st 10 o'clock
P. M., of coniumptlon, William Henry Brtgge, sfd
forty -eight years snd fnnrteeu days. Be was born
n uulllora, ermoui, Jmy ai, iei.
Ttu fimnMl Will tmkn tllaCA thlS aftflmOOn at I
o'clock, from bis late reilili oce, 211 Oeorge-at. The
rrienai 01 ine lamiiy are iutikiu w aitvuu ..".'
further notice. "
WOOD August 15, Mr. Jsinee Wood, sen., agod
The fiinaral wilt take niece on Friday morning, at
o'clock, from his late reeldence. Kaet-row, Now.
port, Ky. The rrienoa oi tne nuuuy arc reepecuuiiy
liiTlted to sttena.
: ' Wedding and Visiting Card,
CngrsTed snd Printed, Seals snd Presses', De La Bus
tSuoceswrs to H. H. Bhlplei a Bro.,)
A'S Weet Toorth-etreet.
THE CIGAR MAKERS' PRO
TKf'TlVfi IINUIN are reauuated to meev
AT SVENINO, August 17, at Singer's Hall,
All who wlah to Join will recelre their membership
cards. THOS. DOV(.AM, Prealdent. .
Ogoaos A. laas-rr, Secretary. aul-a
Harvest uome Aeso-
ciatTonwUl bold their Annual Festival at Cheviot,
nn fTltllHRTka V. tfiM lath InMt.. at in n'olnck. A. M.
ilnml nw.k.ra .ml nm . i- havn hMit MTi inlft'il . The
Smbllc are invltwt. uome prepared K epena
lay. lanlt-oi J. B. BOYD, Hoc
as ' jjphtIOB OF THE PEACE. HI If
ferrinT the damn of 8. CHARY as s candidate for
able to add my testimony to the statement referred
tn. anil It Will ha a Itiillrloua decision of the DOODle
ths ofBos of Jiutiosor ths reus, ism iiuhh
If they again place iu that oltlce a man who has
HU-a It with mnch riwriltaa Hamnal tVarv. Let
the people aee to this thing, for it Is sn ofiloe that
cue people are intersmoq in. imiio-u-j x. u.
l..nM..nJ ln.m. ... ,.
(WKS OI 1 1 "J UM01 WUIHII1W 1 us.u-. jn
1... . I A . J . .. . -. Willi.... 1'--. 1.
III UUI I II.U . iuv . i. ii in . l-uh d
all, TUIB(ThunaUy) AFTERNOON, '
mh, at 1
i. u o'ciofa. lur ma mirnoH
nil Ins the funeral of our deceamd brother.
P. U. WM. H. BltXUUS, if Scioto Lodge. No. 31,
PurUmouth, Ohio. AU membertt of the Order Id
good standing are earnestly invitea to meet wun as.
ny oraer 01
W. L. TUOMl'SON. See. K. C
MENTEE'S CORNET BAND
. 1 AJt Laewen Gsurden.
.ill aive another CUNCEHT at the abuva
haautlml (lardan. altuatefl on the west aide of Vine-
at., between Twelfth and Thlrtsenth-sts., THIS
(Thursday) BVKNINO, August 16. ault-a
If. aCAHn.-THF REPAIRH
aa.ST-Htor- w, ll K- coninntiMl about 1
h ura will rnoMn with a oholoe atoek of it ATS.
CAPS and VUBn, manufactured expressly for our
Taking this occasion to express onr thanks for ths
liberal patronage heretofore extended to us, we beg
to assure our friends that no effort on our part shall
be spared to merit a continuance.
J. ). TOWBR8 A CO., .
llattera aud Furriers. . .
No. 14 Main-street.
at l LKENNIinV'S MllPIfJAL DIBCOVa
VCSS KfiT Is acknowledged by the most eminent
nhvrtlciana. and Iit
tbe most careful
thmuahont tha flnltad fltatee. ta ha the tn.
tual bliKid. purifier eer known, and to hare relieved
nor luflerintf, tnd effected mora pormtiueni ourfM)
than any urprtton known to tltAprolennkin. Boroi
nl, bait Bheuni. Kryiiipelw, bcldb6aa,acair Krup
Ho an of whaUoover nturtare oared by a few bottle
nla, Salt Bheuni, Brysipelss, ticald-bead, Scaly Krup.
tiiu vuo wjmwm iwiviwi iru mil vtiusj t u uu v iti
Vnil and vxpliclt dlractlona fur tha cun of ulcerated
wre loffa ana other corrupt and ruaulngulot)ri( U
alven in the mmohlHt with each bottlo. Tor nale b
JOHN h. PiiiK. BUIB1C. EOKBTJCIM fc CO., and
IT NEVER FAII-8.-DANV1LLH,
Ky.. July l, l6V-Mr. Bolom Palhek-
tavr air t Wlllin to benefit those who are troubled
with eruption and cutaneoua dlfwaeee, I certify that
a grunt many caeea have com uuder my peraoual ol
orvailon of tb incalculable benefit of Palmer'
VuMwUble Coauidtlc Lotion. I have old It for the
past aeven year, and never ha a case come within
my knowledge of ft fail! pa to be a beuent.
, WM. BXOUX.JjruKglbt aud Boukioller.
I ' AOL UN PALMfiK.
Manofacturer and Importer of Pei
No. a Weet Kourtb-tret.
CIXCIMATI FEMALE SEMINARY!
. - Cor. Seventh and Mound-sts.
1 11 n jiiEjrn.rtinn.u. naiinu
leased tbe above Inetltutiou, begi leave
IIWwa irajuid the ahove lnetltution. betra
anuounoe that it will be reopened on MONDAY,
anuounoe inat it win un ivuimuru vU iuvn vv a
Sept. ft. lS60t under the superintendence of M I I.TON
CAIliC't., astiniea oy jhim DAvamn, jiiih oiftcn
anT (itbnr nACeMiuirv ttai;hen. The number of BU-
pllawlU be Umlted, and th School will be strictly
private ana eieci. . a
A 11 .1 et.. .Au-.l.. Iu ..4a tn HIT..
APVilOwlIUU IVtr suus term vu sua r uiaun sv sua a sv-
OA i LiCna at tn oemmary auiiiiMig.
' K K LHOM 8ATLER.
anllHTW ' ' Leenee and Proprietor.
TORCHES FOB PROCESSIONS
PAK8IDBNTLAI. CAMPAAsSN, ' . ,
At 39 sad OS seats per dossu, at
SWINO TUlsCHBS SI per dosea.
." -'. .. A. C. PABBV'B, (Tlnnsr,) .
LADD, WEBSTER & CO.'S
I . n i . i 1
I BBWU1S JBOlAineB 1
$BB. : ' I- -
V Call aad sas them at S West Fourth-at. '
Read, all whp wish to get Rich I
how to saakaa Knrtuaan'a
few uioutba, will be eeni to any ana all persons,
receipt of tlialr oorreot addresa and JQ couts In post?
ago tamps. Address J. P. Dl tlnbE, Agent,
JelS-llf Boa 1.144 OlaotanxAl, Ohio.
Ss N. rite's Magnolia Whisky,
. , . cmCIMMATI, 0RI0,,, 3
PIE B eV, CO., IS AND JM YCA-IKB-oT.,
sole aianufbctoaers at line ,
magnolia v. WHISKY!
' lanlf-srl ." I
art BAIN BAI
fi.-lt BALD BVTAaK
eLas mil. .-u.if.ioij
U bales Mark IU
IS bales Manchester S' bushel ;
XAIilZIID B OVItf I
.TTJ JII ..in
Deland 5c Gossage,
AT $4, ss, se, $r AND as,
Half their value. f . .
; AT flO, 913, 14 AND ' ,
Colored French Dress Organdies
. I AT IS, UO AND 5 CENTS. , ,
. . 1 FOR EVBNINQ WEAK, i
Sootoh, English and American
Lawns, " ' '
i AT tH, 15 AND 30 CENTS. ' '
It i oli Dress Sillies
, - OBBATLT RKDDOKD,
' ' AT BO, 6S, T, 8r 0T8. AND tl. i .
DABK OROANDIB8 ......99 CINT8.
BLACK GROUND CBOANDIKS, (very ' A ' "
choice trles,)........... 38 CENTS.
MISSES' BABEOB BOBSB, 4.........WOBTH 98,
- Suitable for Promenade and JCrening Dresses.
PINK CHAMBRAY, ViH 0T8 ..-ii.W0BTH 3S.
, IjIGIIT calicoes VERY CHEAP. '"
. i - And Linen Sheetinua
'', ! AT A BACBIFICIS. ; -
LACE SHAWLS AND POINTS
AT B3, 4, SS, 98 AND $7,
And liner very low. - Ij .
LADIES' BUN UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS
AT BABOAINS. ) "
Bargains In a rich assortment of Folding Fans, at
i 19 35, SS, 40 AND SO CENTS.' "
VKBT RU B DO 1, S3, S3 SO AND S3.
HOOP SKIRTS FOR LADIES AMD CHILDBEtT,
. AT 30, 33, SO, 60, TS CTr). AND 91.
,' UKLiVNI & GOHHAOK.
1 1 " ' . 111 )
. i , IMPROVEMENT IN '.:
Orates, Wood-Fires and Stoves
IT PHOPCCKS A COIWFOHTABIjB,
economical and perfect beat at half the oast
any other open Are. ... .
Bead the article In the Southern Medical and Sur
gical Journal of tbe lat Inst., on the ctII effects
cloee stoves, hot-air and atoam, and yonwtll not hes
itate to procure a wholesome neat ror your isiniir
and self, at any reasonable cost. You can secure
which can be purchased at a trifling exvense, or
ders left at EAGLE 6TOVK STOKE, 17 West Fifth-
street, win receive prompt aiteuuoa. .....
JOHN B. RYAN 4k CO.,
ull-0 I'roprleton of Uodg' Patent.
SIX FINE SHIRTS
1 1 lv. .v', ""FOR" , , ;r; ,; ':pf;i
1ST i n e Dol lar m
82 WEST FOU&TH ST.,
1 gazette Building, i
; . lauis , ...... 1 .
WINDOW-SHADES I : -
TAINTE0 AND tlOI.D-BOH DKH ED
, WINDOW-SHADES I V ,
j ; 00BDS, TASSELS, FIXTURES, ETO. BT0.
: -. : A complete stock at low prices. ,.
Oamargo Manufkoturing Co.,
sale s' '' '' 8r West Fonrth-st', CMnclonaH.
OWING TO MY CONTINUED II.I.
health. I have rllseoaed ot mr business and
toreet In sir store, ho. 191 Walnut-sti-oat, to A.
NKOLKV, wbom I oheerfnlly rocomniend to
friends and customers for thelrcentlniied patronage.
UluclunaU, August 1, ISeO. 8. W. HAoAtLXAtliJa.
f f A VINO PUBCBAfcKD TH. ENTIRE
jm. M. u UBUirtM ui o, t . fini. u a ah iv. aw.
nut-Rtroet, 1 hll continue the Seed and AgrftcuW
turai imp'ement ouainoM, Keeputa on Aana as
time a large itoek of Uanten, Field and Flower
Bed.t; Agricultural and Horticultural Implement.
Horticultural fiov-Lih Draluiig I'ool, 4c. t .
aua-c ; , . A. Q. NEOLteY.
m fff HKAMH THIN MANILLA
V W by 16, IS by , si by dl, for dry
snd package purposae ; 1,000 roams thtrk Manilla
ao by 32, M by st, so by to, a spleudid article tor
velnplng newspapers. r, ,n.
Wow receiving and for sale by
NIXON, OH ATF I KIiD WOODS,
aula . . i r and r Walnut-stj
Glazed and Enameled Papers,
nsOR PAMPHLET COVERS, A I, I,
M.1 UK8. Just received snd for bale by
HIXQN, OilAXFlULD A W00P8,
sull T and T9 Walnut-st.
;' Eastern Book Papers.
:' " a . .. ..
WE IIAE ON HAND A BKAUTIFIlfc
article, 2.1 by AH, 11 by IS, 20 by 29, for
paaipblet printing. .,1
'it tUXON, OBATFIK1.D A WOODS,
am , . ' Tand 79 Walnut-st."
""' : '"' Paper Bags, !-
TOOIl BAKEMM, DB rOIHSTS,
I1 tJEIUJanJ HA Msn, made fn.ra tbe best
of Alanine snd wrapping paper, from Nq,
3fi, iucliulve. Foraatohf .. . - . .
half Nuareeeouitaof the liurnet lloiue.
JAHtsJ. BUTMUL AgeaL,
Oaa anaalr aav ananllt. t l-rl, .i
roTiunc-ipuing ana rwcnpiogy.
Ai,f. PERSON WIMIliNCl'TO stNOW
. their future prospects uau have thsra ooireolly
laled by Madame ALW IN, at 1)A rourth-etreat,
eorner of alau, where ahe inay be ceusultcd on
I saatidra eouceruliia love, niarrlaaa. oouruthie.
I Blatters, baslneaa analrs, aud wil tell tbe aasae
I the ia.lv or gwiiiauta taef wtu saarrf aiao
I aaaas ss aaisat sicuucs. . aaiA
n -ivw. t- . .
I r - n
Jnt recelTed snd for sals by
RICKEY, 1MALLORY & CO.,
LIFE OF1 WlLLIAailT.' POBliB. ' By
f ranola Brlnley. With Portrait. On volume
THB QUEENS OF BOCIETT. filographl
' of Sarah, Dswliea of Msrlberonigb l M adsa
land ; Lady Mary Wort ley kTontexn; Georgians.
Duchess of Devonshire; Letltla Kftsabeth Laa
doa (L. . L.); Madams de Seyigne) Sidney i
Lady Morgan Jane, Duchess of Gordon Madasss
" Reoamier) Lady Bervey; Madams d Btael) Mm.
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moor Darner ; La Marquise dn Defford ; Mrs. Elis
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' Pblllp Wharton. . Illustrated by Charles Alls-.
mont Doyle snd the Brothers DaliioL Large 12mo,
sloth. II so. -
MEMORIALS OF THOMAS HOOD. Col
lected, arranged and edited by his daughter. With
a Frafaos and Notes by his bob. Illustrated with
' espies Irom hi own sketches. . Two vols., 12mo.
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POLITICAL DEBATES BETWEEN DOUG-.
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: SIX VARrBTIBH,
oaies ror me rreainsniial onair, cow reaoy. ins
likeness of the President on one side and Vitie-Pres-dfnt
on tbe other a neat medal, about the alas of a
five-dollar gold-place, making a beautiful oampaln
onanu or badgo. ' , ,
Address, for full particulars, ev call opoa ,
HACK It BiKMTZ, .
Hesdanarter for Oampalcn Books, Charts, Medals,
... aa jauru. ff...th..i --..-i-k
f suli-aui8dp1 ClnoTaratl,'Ohlo.
l iTHE EVENING SESSION
j of - "- ' '"
QUEEN CITY COLLEGE
tc War ih nulnf v tor will upas ob .
First Monday in September.
! C8UAL COUHSJ
Hualneti Arltlimetic ana
leaiure win oe given on xwecuoa
of Countertttit Money, (Jjmiuerclal Law, Klooutloi
and Phouoaraphy, by leadiutf nrufeMor. the whoU
being o arraugeu tuat ilie viuueitt may pum
ony oue or ti ti .ue rfguiar urancne os a
ciai courne, a ne pruivni.
Partli'.ulara mav be otirklnad at snv hour tn the
day at the College, opposite the Postoffaoo. aulo-tf
BOSTON SHIRT: FACTORY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Superior Shirts Made to Order.
'-psENTLEMEN WHO ARB PARTICT.
fjr LAH In the At and appoarance of tbslr oblrtS'
and desirous of having thuee that will eot wM anil
look neat, are invited to leave thelrordare at KKPP.
NKa a, where they can depend upon being suited.
Mono but the bast goods are used, pud thorough
; X. A. KEPPNSn, Afent,
rtortb'Sast serner Fifth snd Vine-streets,
ielg-eaiidp Over Oele A Hopkins, L'ln.. U.
CAMPAIGN MEDALS !
MEDAI.H, WJTH BEAUTIFUL ME.
tiAINOTTl'aT XlkeniMses of tbe Prealdentlul
Candidates of each party the Fwsldcnt and Vice.,
rresiaent iu one ueuai, Biasing a naiinaorae party
badge or charm.
tJluha and dealers cuddIIm! at low nrlcea. Sena
Bine thrwe-osnS stamps snd at sample by ret ura
. " ..' JT. I.. DRAKE efc CO., , ,
' Wholesale bealars,
11 West Foui'th-st., between Main aud Walnut.
' .j tau!31 ' ' i
CTIIX DEinANUKp.-MABIHON. APO.
o, low. bi r. ti. r. i)t iui uiuwuisiMit
eleMo MLtl ui IU7 dt-'Mn Mtttrt4 of your
EXCELSIOR FLUID EntVf
n. iiKiiiira. '
risAQS OF ALL SIZES, r
nANNKEH, , TRANslPARENmBS, pi
every desdrlptiou, niada and ualutud tu order
Just corns So Sixth sad Walnut.
"W. W. BOWMAJNT.
, . t (aun-tf ' ...
"!? - f, -. , n r- , , ,.,.,.,.,...
ff0E THIBTv". THIRD DKMisION Off
JK. llnrri-u s fi.iaiii.try will ei'Sriiuuee va BON
DAr, A.'1-.r '. , a'.li tMihei-ti wvll gualinod lis
"'j ivtmi iMiimr evurr ra'iiisy'i'ir liupartlhi
inu laun'afs varisiiaa auaoatioa.
i kaet iblia-jl, 4