BHiuin nm ur tb oiti.
It ee'm to b' pretty well demonstrated
tbat the letter of ttiw Ohwleeton corra.
nnAt of tl New Totk rnnans, at lout
those of i thw moBth,i I
writtw i w CItX or Sew I AiinouKD
TI7 lnfelii"ly emitroeti, vefrtnta dl
crepaneiea km DeH discovered ' whlcb
wool act bare ooenrred hadtha Writ
beea c the gpot. , . - ' .. -
A Chivalrous Vindication.
Floyd gav W, feme
u going H Washingto, to eland trial on
the indictment against him, an demon
strata to the world the Wtity of the ohargpa.
He went, and, with the bolduew of on
ScIotm Innocenoe, plea h statute exempt
irg witness- who bd testified before Con
grefa, fiom trial for offenses Involved In the
. Congressional lBTertlgatio. The promised
vindication turns into virtually a plea of
' fcuilty, end of exemption from the penalty.
The Democratic Pilarim's Progress.
If a Democrat erer pauses to look back,.
be mart see a very tortuous path that he h
i traveled n following what the leaders hare
declared to be party necessities. What
fallacy is therein politics that the Democrats
! of the North bare not been compelled to
grasp in the effort to keep their heads abore
. water, while the Southern tyranny orer the
; party has been, like a mill-stone about its
i neck. They hare been compelled to take
, on all the exploded errors of ancient Whig-
gery, until Whigs find in the Democratic
r I'arty the realisation of what were mere
theories in their organization. Thus we
, bare bad a Democratic Administration
j Issuing Government notes on a scale which
) the friends of a United States Bank never
dreamed of, and based entirely on credit;
' while bank-paper dots usually keep up
: pretext, at leant, of specie.
' We bare bad a Democratic Administration
recommending a higher tariff for the pro-
tection it would give to manufactures. The
' internal improvement system which Gen
'' eral Jackeon killed, has been revived by the
Democracy on a scale Of extravagance which
the wildest dreamer never imagined in Oen
' eral Jackson's time; conpled with land mo
: nnpoly, another thing which the ancient
Denzocrscy used to denounce; and culmi
nating with a plank ia the Democratic Plat
form in favor of building a railroad to the
Pacific at the Government expense.
The ar cient Democracy used to pronounce
reaularlv against t national debt. o a
Single Democratic Administration, in time of
peace, accumulates a national debt of a round
hundred millions. A Homestead Law'used
to be si Democratic principle. Now the
party is busted on that. Looking back on
his course, a faithful Democrat will find that
the party has been forced to carry a United
States Bunk, in all its essential features ; a
reckless system cf internal improvements;
paper currency systems in all the States ; a
protective tariff, advocated by a Democratic
President; a great national debt; and hos
tility to a Homestead Law.
All these the party has had to submit to,
in the vein struggle to contend against the
popular odium which the Southern leader-
tiiip subjected it to in the North. In short,
when it put the negro aalrida of its neck, it
bad to clutch at every thing to save itself.
If ibis would suffice, there might be some
lope for future relUf for the faithful. But
now they are required to take another step
in advar re, and join the American Party,
the peculiar foes of the adopted Democratic
citizen. The last feather, it is said, breaks
tte camel's back; but bow must the Demo
c ratio buck feel, when to all its previous bur
drrsis sided this heavy load? And with
this tbey are to take a position which de
nies aU'a!legiance to the Government, re
futes all support to tbe Constitution, and in
tends ultimately a total surrender to the
t'onftdeiate Government. Verily, Democ
racy is a haid road for an adopted citizen or
tny other good citizen to travel.
The Tariff Imbroglio.
The tarff question is looming up in theSe
c ?sion movement, both at home and abroad.
The Virjiiuia Convention has added it to its
prievsnces, and is us'mg it as an aid to tho
precipitation of that State a thing which
r. ems to be only a question of time. Foreign
papers aie discussing it, and enlarging
tie more favorab'e commercial relutions
effered by the Confederates ; and it will
Sin important aid to them in securing the
recognition Of their independence. No ob
serving man can now doubt that the
Confederate Government will at once
tccogiilzed by the leading European Powers.
On the lBt of April, the new tariff goes
into operation, which levies duties from fif-y
to seventj-five per cent, higher than the
Confederate tariff, on the leading articles
cotton and woolen goo Js. This, of course,
will, if I ot prevented by Government force,
drive all tbe importations to the Confederate
ports, anMhilating Northern commerce and
tbe revenue of the Government, and doing
for tbe South what of itself it would never
begin to do, giving it a great foreign com
To prevent this by collecting duties
tbe coos', or by seizing cargoes, is war. The
Government and people may as well look
that event in tbe face at once. The first
nude to collect duties from foreign
goods bound to Confederate ports, will
followed by reprisals on our own commerce,
and will be the beginning of a war with
Confederates, with a probability of involv
ing, us with foreign powers; for the first
shipments will be made in foreign ships,
seizure will raise the question with foreign
covernmeuts ; and what foreign power
respeet our national claims over the Confed
erates, when w ourselves admit by
ctions that we have no power over them,
Every-body begins to see now that
North has furnished the Confederates
tbe most powerful means for carrying
their scheme. We dorive no satisfaction
from reminding our readers that we
them so, while this tariff was pending.
urged this very advantage which the
would give the Confederates, as a reason
why do increase of duties should be made
this time. In addition to giving them
cemmerce and revenue to support
Government, we have furnished them
what they regard as a real grievance,
that they can state, a thing which they
not yet been able to do in regard to
Tbe new tariff does not include tbe whole
tariff difficulty, for the Confederates might
bave resorted to the fame means nnder
present tariff. But that would afford them
too small a snargia to be used with much
effect, for the current of trade if not turned
fi om the great commercial cities by any small
zo argla. They could not have seriously dam
aged our commerce without a tariff so
that it could not be relied upon for revenue,
ven if it would pay the cost of collecting;
nd tbe probability is that the present
would bave driven tlte Confederates to
trade, and to direct taxation to pay for
Btcettioa amusement, a thing which might
bave beea a very useful lesson to than.
The North bss played tbe game badly.
The BepuVUcaa Party was besotted with
0'd Whig idea of protection, to which
actual eecemitiee M toe ttovcrnmoal gave a
force it never had before. And Northern
politicians and journalists were besotted with
the idea that hostility to slavery would pre
sent the Blave Confederacy getting any
countenance from European Powers, and
have seized with avidity upon every EngTii
and French article against Secession as proof
of this. Probably by this time they, begin
to tee that trade will beat pM'anthropy, no
matter how long a start It may have.
Another notion with which Northern
journalists blind themselves, Is that the
Confederates can do nothing at sea, because
tbey have n4 vessels. Whnt should prevent
their bSTijHiVeielsKThey have porta,
navy-yards, revenue, some vessels already,
which are invincible, nnder the present
practice which permits them to make war
while we cry no coercion. 'They havo one
of the Government war steamers, lying at
the Pensacola Navy-yard, which, doubtless,
they will have fitted np ready for service
when Fort Plckcni fells into their hands!"
and even should they limit themselves to
reprisals on Northern vessels in their ports,
tbey can carry on the war in that way with
out loss to themselves. '
But the worst feature of this tariff question
is that it is governed entirely by a false idea
of its operation. The South suppose that it
makes them contribute more than their share
of the Federal revenue. The North has al
ways admitted it, and supposed that it made
something out of the South by this system
of supporting tbe Government. The idea is
totally false. The laborers of the South con
sume no imported goods. Nearly all tbe
laborers of the North do consume imported
goods. Tbe poor whites of the South con
sume no imported goods. We have no class
in the North corresponding to them.
Tbe small planters and farmers in the
South consume much less of imported goods,
or goods of any kind, than the same class in
tbe North, on account of their different mode
of living, and the greater comfort, taste and
luxury which prevails at the North. Thus
the class consuming foreign goods in the
South is a very small one. Any one ac
quainted with the different circumstances of
tbe people of the two sections, must see that
nnder our revenue system the North pays
vastly more than its proportion for the sup
port of the Government
The tariff is really a Northern grievance.
Under it the South does not pay more than
half its proportion of tbe Federal revenue;
nor half what it receives back again in sala
ries, fortifications, troops for defense against
Indians, and postal facilities. Under a tariff
system tbe South is almost exempt from the
burdens of Government, yet the South is
permitted to allege the tariff as a Southern
grievance. Thus our Government has a
rotten financial system, totally unreliable as
means of revenue, and which puts the
support of the Government chiefly on the
North ; while the South, which is supported
by it, makes it a source of constant com
It is time the falsity of tbe whole tariff
s) stem were exposed, and the thing over
thrown.. The North, jith its immense tax
able basis, would not feel the support of
Government by direct taxes, any more than
it should be felt, to secure an economical
Government; and it is time it should show
that it can stand on its own genius, without
any Government restrictions In the long
run the tariff has never benefitted manu
facturers, and never will. They will prosper
best with free trade, and should demonstrate
at one that they can stand on their own
And we will say to the manufacturers that
it will not be long before they will be the
loudeet clamorers for free trade ; for a horri
zontal tariff of fifteen or twenty per cent.
will be destructive to them. It will give
them no advantage of any moment at home,
while the duty which they will pay on im
ported materials will cut them off from for
eign markets, where tbey willjcome ia com
petition with goods made from free ma.
terisle; and that is tbe tariff we are com
We conclude that a Government which
will net moke war to defend its important
positions in tbe Confederate States, will not
to collect its revenues from them. It can
not be done without. There ore there is an
immediate necessity for the redaction of our
tariff to theirs. Fortunate would it be for
tLe country if tbe present disruption should
overthrow the whole tariff system.
Loss of Washington.
"The South" says an Alnbama letter
published yesterday in the Passs "will
take Washington, the North not daring
oppose it" When the Secession movement
is complete, Washington will belong to
South, and the North will neither be entitled
to it nor want it. Being neither well situ
ated for a Northern nor a Southern Capital.
tbe demand for Washington will cease,
moles and bais will succeed the political
buzzards by which it has been so long in
habited. And it will be well. The product
of an unsound system of government,
tbe symbol of the false doctrines and
practices that grew up under it, its ruins
will mark tbe end of an era, of which
continuance is, in some sort, tbe guaranty,
When tbe fact that the Union has slidden
recognized as recognized it must be,
fact tbat Washington has ceased to be de
sirable to either side, will become patent
If the South, therefore, wants Washing
ton, it should be permitted to bave it,
Mount Vernon in the bargain. Tbe Consti
tution has passed over to the Southern Con
federacy; and it is no more than fair that
tbe Southern Coufederacy should take with
it the eppendantg and appurtenant. What
is waaied by tbe North is a clear field
begin again. Only let tbe South agree
keep the whole, and its worst enemies could
not wish it greater calamities than it
realize as tbe consequence.
If the North will only understand what
has in its power it real strength and
possible future it will refrain from caviling
about dead piles of granite, or from bewail
ing equally dead institutions. It true
is to begin anew : to frame a State that
be a State a Government that shall be
Government in something more than name
eood for other days than holidays. If we
tbe North do not neglect our opportunities,
we shall live to see the day when, with
State built upon sound principles, and
stlf sustaining plan, we shall bless the
iar having inaugurated Secession, and
ried away our rotten polity and all its
The time is coming to the North for
not reconstruction of
Constitution, nor of the Union but of
eminent; a re-precipitation of tbe elements
of Dolitical power into such forms as
suited to tbe genius of tbe people, and
reflect their character; a Government
which tbe idea that humanity ia aie in
own hands, shall meet with a full recogni
We know note that w want a Govern
ment atrong enough to secur respect
borne, udei any possible circo instance.
One way, perhaps, to gain inch a Govern
ment, ia by amaaeipating th people;
trusting humanity with it own keeping,
work out. without restraint of constitutional
shackle, it destiny. Tbi i th true
of poptl government genuine popular
sovereientv. The exoeriment i worth
ing. W can hardly fall upon a form
polity weaker thuo the one we .bare;
and when we dispose of that symbal of rot
tea conservatism, the City of Washington,
Itwribewell to lay aside atl tho !
neons notions of tha waat of oapscj jjtor
Kbverament In tha people, with which it Js
aosotlated." " ' ' j 1 y-
Loss of Washington. BY THE LATEST MAILS.
Loss of Washington. BY THE LATEST MAILS. Outrageous Treatment of the Charles on
The Charleston (S. C.) correspondent .df
tbe New Tork ZVt turns write en the 19iia :
-The mutiny on the islands, which i told
you occurred from non payment of wages,
has been quieted by promises for tha tiro),
but the complaints on tbe part of the regular
troops are loud and long ; still no beds, and
ioFuflicient rood, are the cries, atad a very
unwilling volunteer who came over on Mr
lough this morning, tells me thtt tbe scehes
which occurred during yesterday and Inst
night were horrible and heartrending. - Dlif
ing the evening it rained in torrents, arid In
tbe night a snow storm came on the ffrst
Charleston has known for years, and three
Inches, and in some places six inches of snow
laid on the ground till ten o'clock this morn
ing; the weather was exceedingly cold, and
during tbe wbole of it the poor men who,
when enlisted, had no more idea of fighting
against the United States than they bad of
engaging in a crusade aeainst "Vaterland,"
were exposed to the piercing cold and the
Information which reaches me, not only
from undoubted sources, but a great deal
of which comes under my own observation,
leads me to believe that a few more weeks
occupation of tbe island batteries will bring
sickness, misery, and death, such as will
compare nnravorauiy witnine worst uorrors
of the Crimean war. I will only add, tbe
enlisted men in the " regular Southern
army " and let it be understood by my
amusing and critical friend of the Couritr,
tbat I do not speak now of the volunteers
I repeat, tbe enlisted men are now the sub
jects of treatment such as is utterly un
worthy of a civilized, not to say Christian
land, and all this in tpite of the most earnest
prom if es that their health and comfort would
receive espe. lal care. At tbe same moment
tbat this misery is calling loudly for redress,
tbe men in high authority, even on the
islands, fare sumptuously every day.
A Charlxstos Jocrhal Opposed to Ra
joiciso. The Charleston (S. C.) Mercury f
tbe 22d Inst, says:
A correspondent suggests that the day
Fort Sumter is to be evacuated be made,
day of public rejoicing in Charleston-fa
f eneral holiday, with thanksgiving and au
Humiliation. For our part, we doubt tbe
propriety and good taste of any such grand
demonstration. The retirement of seventy
men from the possession of a fortress in our
harbor, which tbey bave held three months,
and leave only because of the difficulty of
getting re-enforcements and supplies,
through tbe erection of batteries, which we,
their enemies, have been permitted to con
struct under their guns, is not, we think, an
occasion tbat will justify, before the world,
the flourish of a general public jubilation.
We may all be glad and thankful that none
of our blood has been spilt in our bay while
the coercive intentions of our foes have been
foiled here by our preparations. Providence
has helped us much. But it seems to us
more in accordance with true dignity, the
merits oi the ailair, and tbe Habits ot Uaro
liclans, not to exhibit the appearance of
being overjoyea. A neucate illumination,
with a positive prohibition of fire-crackers.
we should not object to. But the revolution
is not yet ended, ana we snouia not oegin to
nolloo too mucn or too soon.
A DlBHOHSST MlRCBADT ROBBED BY HIS
Clsrk. A merchant of New York, who
had become so involved that the proceeds of
the sale of bis property would not save mm.
devoted his talents to tue devising ot sime
means whereby he could save tbem. After
mucn deliberation be concluded to convey
real estate and stocks to one of his clerks.
wbo had solicited bis daughter's hand ia
marriage some months betore, and wnoe
suit be had then indignantly refused. His
resolution bavine been taken, ne "explained
matters" to tbe astonished clerk, who readily
tell in witb bis employer s plans, tub prop.
eitv wss soon transterred; me mere nun
failed "losine everv tbinir but his honor ;'
and the clerk banner, as soon as possible,
sold tbe real estate and stocks tor wnac cusn
be could get, fled to Cuba, leaving the mer
chant to mourn over tbe "sad lacs ot integ
rity which is so ant to be developed
clerks whenever an unusual trial or tempta
tion overtakes them."
Dkstrcctiv Fire in Toronto Fourletn
llcuttt Dtitroytd. Tbe Toronto (Canada
Leader saj s tbat a bre broke out on Wedue-
dny alteroonn among a row of tenement
boutes on Victoria street, in Toronto, and
before the flames could be subdued, fourteen
boutes were consumed. Tbe fire originated
in an outhouse, and a high wiud prevailing,
11 epreau Willi muiu tnptuiLj w vuo
and ud and down the street. It was found
-necessary, in order to check the fire to
uorinwara.io xear uuwu ouo ur iwu -uuu-inf?s.
The boutes were occupied by working
people, many of whom lost their furniture,
and unwsrd of 100 poor people were turned
into the street on the evening cf an inclem
et nicbt. Tbe total loss is estimated
$10,000; but this amount but poorly repre
sents the suffering produced by tbe calamity.
Explanation of a Suicide. The New
York Dauers of Thursday recorded the mys
terious suicide of a cenllemen named
"Henry," "it No. 48 Lispcnard-street.
tbat vias known was, tbat he died
poison administered by himself. A friend
of tbe deceased, wbo knew him well,
accounts for the sad affair : About
vents ago be married a young lady wbo
living at Chicago. He took her to
York about a year ago. She had been there
but a tbort time when she left her husband
and went with a certain V all-street broker.
wl o opened a house of prostitution for
Ibis so preyed upon his mind that be several
times tbieatened to commit suicide, and
last be has done it.
Success or a Will-knowh Obcuxstra
Leader. Arditi, well known here, has
a most successful career of late.
arrived at Havana in 1840, traveled through
this country with Alboni, Grisi and Sontag,
and left our shores in 1856. On reaching
Europe be was engaeed as conductor at
Naun Theater, Constantinople, where he
decorattd by tbe Sultan witb the order
tbe Men) idle, un leaving tne city oi
Sultan, Arditi went to Milan, where was
by Luniley to conduct tbe Loudon
opera. Dui ing the past twelve months
has published many of bis compositions,
gome oi wnicn nave Become popular.
A Samgci.vart Gbnebal B'attlk. Rather
a sanguinary battle occurred between
men named Liver ana ituciter, near aioores-
ville, Indiana, on Monday afternoon.
Dames bad a dispute abont a settlement.
and tbe latter went to tbe residence of
former and informed Dim that be bad
witb bis services, from which
Itelines were aroused, and hoop-poles, draw
ing knives, axes, atone ana omer asager
ous weapons were usedi both parties
iniured. but to no serious extent.
family of Dyer engaged in the conflict,
aaugnter waa iiigutiy injured.
Tbi Salabibs or Fobiiom Uiistbs
salaries of tbe Ministers to London and
are $17,000 each : to Madrid, Berlin, Vienna,
St. Petersburg, Pekin, Turin, Mexico,
Hio Janeiro. $12,000; to Santiago and
$10,000; to all other courts, $7,500.
Consuls at London and Liverpool nave
salary of $7,200: at Rio Janeiro. Havanaand
Havre. $6,000; at Calcutta, Paris and
$5,000; at Hong-Kong, Alexandria,
Vera Crus. Panama and
$3,500: Glasgow, Frankfort. Constantinople,
Tripoli, Tungier, Amoy, Ningpo, Labaiua,
and Valparaiso, $3, uoo.
Dispebatb Stbuooli with a Bias.
bear was killed in Wiohall, Vt, recently
Paul Robbins. wbo was eettinc spruce
Hi dog began to bark at a hole in tbe
and Kobbin. seeine something black,
bit fowling-piece at it, which brought
bear Instead of a hedgehog. Kobbins,
bear and the dog tumbled together
the bushes for some rods, till Robbins
stroke at th bear's head wittt bis ax,
PmciD raon Aoia A maa
Viller anmmittad auioid la Louisville.
on Hnnitnv niuht. bv takiDff Dolson.
man's wile had gone to a naitfhbor'
against hi wisbca. and is so Incensed
that be perpeixaieo. uie rasa act.
furniture warehouse of Vaopelt, corner
Main and Mulberry streets, Madiaoo,
was destroyed by fir on atonaay
together with a larg (tock. Los, f
LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Lines down. No report last night.
f JrWis I
BxronE i rlrma Rroarh. ol w. Harrow
and otberi. It Was held tbat tlis occupation
of premise (in which a homestead bad been
allowed) by the tenant of the debtor was
eo.nivalentO'"W accupation by himself,
where there 1 but on piece of property
Owned by him; and a motion to set aside
the allowance of the homestead wag overruled.
' ITannnn A. Myers vi. John Myers, Ya well
known citizen, wbo resides on Kast Walnut
Hills). The petitioner alleged that she had
been married for about twelves years, and
that during1 the last three of which the
respondent bad treated faer harshly, and
with great disrespect before her domestics,
Ac so that she had to leave.
The respondent denied the statements,
end made counter charges of extravagance,
bad temper, and the appropriation of his
means to the purchase of various article
for ber own use, including jewelry, which
she had marked with the name of her former
Tbe petition was dismissed. '
Theresa Binger vs. John Finn. Before
Judge Collins. Action of replevin for a
horse. Verdict for plaintiff. -
Elizabeth Fisher vs. G. Gotleib. Suit un
der the Bastardy Act. Verdict guilty.
A heartner noon a writ of habeai eorvul
took place before Jndge Paddack, on behalf
of F. Stickler, in custody on a charge of
borse stealing in Indiana, xne uourt re
fused to release tbe accused.
Large Destruction or Mails by Fib.
The mail-car on tbe Pennsylvania Railroad
train, which left Pittsburg on Wednesday
evening for Philadelphia, caught fire near
Huntington, and a large amount of mail
matter was destroyed. The Philadelphia
Bulletin says :
We understand that there were in all
Unity five mail-pouches. Among tbem were
the St. Louis mail of tbe 19th instant, the
Louisville mail of the 19tb, the Cincinnati
mail of the 20th, the Toledo mail of the 20th,
tbe (Jolumbus and fittsourg mails ot the
same dates. Beside these, there were
smaller mails from several towns. The
pouches were for Harrisnurg, Philadelphia,
and Washington. The Uarrisburg mail was
in five bags, which were all saved without
damage. These five pouches had been placed
in the compartment'devoted to baggage, in
order that tbey might be readily pushed off
at the Harrisburg station, and tbey owed
their safety to this fact; for, as the fire begtin
in the mail compartment, the baggage mas
ter had time to kick tbem out of tbe carjuat
they were about burning up.
Money-letters were sometimes seen half
consumed. In one case an epistle, contain
ing twenty ten dollar bills and one five
doilar bill, was burned squarely in half, leav
ing the na t ot every note periecuy legioie.
while tbe rest was completely consumed. Of
course there were love-letter, and business
letters, and duns, and newspapers hut they
m all no burned as to be rendered as un
intelligible as so murh blank paper. Ibe
Dead-letter Office will of course be their
Dxcat op Secession in Florida. A letter
from Jacksonville, Fla., says:
Secession, so rampant when we arrived
here in December, is clearly in its descend
ing: node. Tbe Custom house has begun to
collect duties for the State of Florida other
wise there appears on the surtare no evi
dence of State Government. The Presi
dent's Inaugural made a little excitement,
but even that seems to have died away.
Union men are as thick as hops in Jackson
ville, though this is the hot bed of Secession
in Fast Florida.
WUIotblm uoTtM u repalrad, M . Thlr.
or A. A. tt. Ciucb. Tttithst acdJonam.
Np. Sit unri VTl f Antral -vena
PROBATE COURT. MARRIED.
TIAKfJK YOTtNO- March 50. by tho Rev. T. E.
Huchi. Mr WllllRm B Unnclt of Mirnhill. 111.,
ml Mlb Kllzabolh ) nung, of Prebl U.muty, O.
TVt ODNUTT-PR09T At (lion Uove, Loog lal.
ai (1, od linidoy. Marcb 19. at in reittf nco oi we
bride B lamer, ti".ir u nmiuuuu, ui vjiuwuuh.i,
W Anna A,.,dhiiiritr ofFilwanl 1. Krmt.
Tif-DRTT.r.IHuri-li 91. nt nwralvillll of the liraltt.
Kii- C , lblaut daughter uf Air. Albian aad Vrank
Burrill , ,. , .
funeral will raKB oiace HI mo ir-mnnw i u
AudercoD, 4Re Fifth elreet, on WedutB'Wy. 27th
lun . at r.ii-e o'clo a A M. mhiS b
OBKRH-On the 26th Inst , at S oVInck In
m inii g. Edward. youugOBt eon of Hubert U and
?"r?eDdB of the family ero'lnvlttd to attend the
fnneial tn niori ow ( hiir.duy) moroiog, at o'olouk,
Iroin icOu wml luira-sireei.
TlRFrKbNAN Francifl JameB Heffernan. b irn
In li"r. it, SI an hs. IS39, rtixi iu Cincmuatl, starch
ail. ased.Kyrar.aLd 17 d.a
BUUfiai Will IIIKC P1...DIIUIB .11V i.niuou.p . ui-
areniB. So o-W mre-flireui, to-uay. a( b h ui-ica
frlelidsol ine I .miiy nrnumcu iu.iwuu.
I Butt u r lot and Oolruit papers pleaae copy.
CUNNINGHAM- At his ronidence, near Sharon-
vllle, u , m.r. iiewe vuuuiuausui, vi
M A BE LA N D On the J2d Init., nisi Anna axarB-
lai d, astil U )ar mm .
be lived an eirmoiary life was nr.ble and gener
rua to a fuuli, and died a trus Christian BhelBnow
i jo) lug ihe liles. I. gs of Christ, her aedeeuier.
BRACKEN At walnut urove, i.aiayetta J raniy,
W'i.r' uvio, uu the Kitb InHt . alter a long and ptiu
fill ill. ess, Oeoeral Cbarlea UrackeD, aged A3 yer,
11 m biusi a na'ive ii i-ui.uuig. . umiui,,
of ;tntliiana, Kentucky, whllD surveyor
tbe Kenluclyaud leunetsee boundary.
PANDItt B-At Layenport Iowa, on the loth Inst.,
aftvr a linKe. ing illuesa, Alfred Comly, bod of Add.
II Ld liiazie hnudors, aged 13 montus andydajs.
Rii.Lln Cunirainsvilie. on the 234 loat.
Thomas Gill, a nane' f Vortahire, Kagland
for the Ust 2 years a reaidentof UatniUonuunty.
Cbiu, agid&oyeaiaaud 6 mouths.
Weddina and Vlsltlno Card.
E-,rrvTMl ai.d Pilnted.eaadUdrrtBsaaKOaLfcBa
btatitnery aad oyloe..
Bn cohort to U. H 8biply Br..)
w w i
SJSTMItBMlS. stDtTOBS! Please announce A
ai. In1.n.nf1ni.l KABOI. ICBU lAQOtuaie
City Council in the Sifeuth Ward. nihit7 e
r n TORET Ib a candidate for An"essor, In
Second Waid, at the ensuing April Election,
for ttie Bnt. n """
DEMOCKATIO AMI UNION T1CH.KT.
CAPT. OEOBOE HATCH
THOMAS 0. WAEE.
JACKSON N. NOBLE.
THOMAS i. PETEB.
V. 0. JONES,
vavsTgi or waTsa-woall,
Biazovoar ov inriaMaar,
L. L. AMMSTBONU.
jrsmis or vhi riaui,
THOMAS MoLAIN. .
K'-fucteiy, lor oysters
eery style and for basiy dinoere, is now attracting
ol toe uuaineef oouiiuuuivr . iu.i
sCS BIBS. EMMA tT
rT.AIRVOYANT PIIY8ICI AB.-
OiBos wvnet at butb,
DR. BODACK'll MEOIOAli
MlNll ai.d Family Adviaer. fur
aura in Almauac literature. The Sraodi
nayiaa Bt-uied.es, their hlatoi-y, modi of operation,
etc.. are therein set lortn. astronomical
tent or rroi. u. as. amcnaii. utu a. ."t.,
v Kast Fonrtb-st , aud Ketone sratu. uin7
it au advau
a. r.yWB CIT fJOIVliVIliasilll.-VEII..-Ilvff
Uavin S bat. th, the m unuee ot
VVoiTlTi men's 0iuolloo. Isa practical inechaolc,
aii was a raatoent oi me .
un ll.biiuwM toe Diimuianira.us
lMal,SIMtUavi,vi ihw " - -"a - -
tkliaii - l
THIikHDAY.aU T. St.. at tbe
ticbange, on Walnut at Biulueaa of
K.n, will be laid before Ibe sneeliu.
"SZTb CALVIH BBADLET, Ag.nt.
(.Cbai 1 Unas. J .
t tockbotoere in isw owsn,, ii..
SjiaMTISTK' PHTORPll ml-IS-v""
LSRI, ! Fit-l.-riiototTph,
.i r"ia and pointed la oh.
n w. -tii it niaiiLta
LOIIHR. No. 170, I. V
O (I r , will ti lo "t "'l t
IftlH ( V ertnopnoyl llf niioii -'Wdniv-IKareh
. IX o'clork, for tho M
ntrlit of nSi Ol'd olei-ll" of llroult I ot(! Offlfftrf.
'ot Grands aro pwrtlrtiiiu-lr ronutod ti nt'ond.
. JOHN F. KEKS, Pt. Sec r.
Weotlrf THIS (W.ln.lar) KVKN-
inu. March 17. 1M. t ami-M't
even o'cl rk, f'T tbe torment of don and to
r Br ordrol V grBKL,'Pr. Baf !
ImliW a' .
Url SWtlnirof me ixvin.
37. for too pavnieni
M-r5I. O.0w OFFrCBM ami
sMT. mi-rubers 1"
LoUrTlft. 318, I O 0 . V hJ
t slupst aUo. fell P.t Grftrtiif
AttrtiA for li pnrnort of cm Una
Ihfir T-tei for Graod Uxig Offlf-ri
The WirhiHffiDfli' Executive Ooiun.lt
, 1 1 iifim iia wptrn nar mmidti room n i n.
l.?d U'li 1 Co 'leg Until). ne, 8I th-itrpft. bfte
VineMirl Bo, TlilSfWeri'twiUT) HV-CNINd, fkt
pall piiaE seven o cioi k i do nvmingnii'n ui me
Hixth Ward will meet at h unrai time vid pluce,
for nomintion of Wtrd offlcen,
mli27- (Tim copy, and charge PrM
No. 4 I tfib-et . star Walnut, to the
to bvy got4 guvdi, at the fallowing very tow
-,aJT JOntV A
.lrl.ht ri Trprifh China T 8t. 44 BiArei. 18.
WMte band rrench Ohina Te 8t. 41 prv 60.
White irD-stnne China TSMn, 4fi pen, 4 25,
white Ir -n-ptont cntna r pots, ii pea; j ee.
Bcnl Oit-giaM (i'lMcti, for w Ppr any.ea.
hoBvcnlAtxt Vork. for S4 AO tr d"ffn
FHndeume Ivory-handle Tabla Knlrea, for $! per
du" diionie Ivory handle Desert Knlrea, f4 SO per
blather Danter of all s1b. mhlT-a.
m WBOD'H HAIR RK8TOH ATIVB.
gPsj; This it said to be a m net excellent rep
aratiua. tha rtfult f xtnie tclentltto reeearnh,
aud in iwd with great larcewe However venerable
bald head may appear. It la eeldom ooniiderd ai
either comfortable or elegant; and thoae thai
affllrtw should trr Prof W.K.D'8 HAIR R(JTlri
AT1VR, and be enabled to rejoice once more la the
plentitudeof Nature's gmate-t ornament.
4'avtion BewHre i f worthless Imitation!, as sev
eral are already In the market, called by diffrrf 't
ramee- line none unless the words " Prof Wood s
Ile.fr Bestoril, Depots St. Lome, Ho , and New
Irork,' are Mown In th bottle. Sold br all Drug
gists and Patentmed1cfne Dealors; also, by a'l
Funcy and Toilet Goods Dealers Id the (Jutted 8'atea
and Canada. mhl3 bmM.W.r
HiADitABTas San Brto , Iht Pit. O V. M.,1
Cincinnati, March 19. 1861. f
m zTnK QniilTiFiKD electors
gV3 oi the noinpatiies compitfing ton Until
Tie Gray let Battall 'n Independent Volnnteor
Militia, will met at their Armory onlMON OA
the 1st d-y of April, IBM. betweea the hours of
in AM - d thtfo P. M . and nronoed to el net
the following OOicert, vix.i .one Major for said
for Crmpflny A One Captain, oe First LI en ten
ant, oie Second Lieutenant and one Third Lieutea-
Ftr Company B-One Captain, one First Tj ten ten
ant, one Second Lieu ten ant and one Third Lieuten
ant. In voting for Company Offlcerg each Company
will vote at their Company polls-and a separate
mil will be provided for the Battalion Officers.
The said electors are anthorixod to baUot f r the
Stan Ofncfta of eaid Battalion, according to their
Coifetitution. The election will he ooudu.ctd In
accordance with the Act of March 28, lftA7, tnd the
poll books returned to these Headquarters, as soon
as made up and Reeled. By commund of
Br.rTRT O. Kennbtt, Brig. Major. mhao-J
g-gaiM A If O K'S PROCLAMATION.
Matob'b Orrics, Citt or CtNciifWATi, I
March 16. 181 i
The ejuaHfied Electors of the City of Cincinnati
gre hrey potihed that the Annul Election for
City and Township Officers will be hMd In eaid city
on MONDAl, the first day of April, 1661, far the
flowing "-:N0ITTTI0KET. -'
Jiiile of Police Oourt,
Oily Audit' r, '
tnr I reoMnrer,
c ilr Civil hoglneer.
nf Polio Court,
Pitv Oommit!tf jner. full term
Dirftrtrr -f tiftrmary, fin I term,
i Trustee uf Wnter Work a, lul totm,
tne School Visitor for "ach Wmrd.
fine r)Rra irnswri oiJiiciiy mr wuu TfiiiiS9A
cpttng the Flevonth Ward, where two will
elrxtcd-mie for full trm and one for ojjo oar,
Dlaoe ot Jvud Jnncria". r,.. irtngnea.
One ConitHOle tor each Wards
(Ina Aainu. rfnr f.rh Wxrii.
Two Man stratee-ooe to fill the p'aoe of T.
Tlarpta. Kn . hi MA term uf nfTiC flxniiiM Aoril
iHf.i, and Wjllfflm ChidMf, Kun.t whje tcioi
tmM awntrM Jul 9. Ufil.
On caxtd firet dav OI April, li, ine aiuatre
R lection will. In their respective Ward. Btjletjt
i-itiiriniiti axranriR tiATinll' thn oinlilicfttt in f elect
vn. to Mtrre an Pfttt Jiiror Id tha Superior O
ot (JincinnHtt, nw ruing i" me ioiiowidk apor.ion-
ment, ceitm-d t iy tna jiitk i e-iia iuii;
No. of J wort
So, of Jurom.
th. n..i will 1,h niw.n hntween the boura of
and B-ven n'uloi a In the moruiug, aud cljeo at
0 clock In tht eveniLg
mlilR-lt R. M. BISHOP, Werer.
Elegant Spring Poplins and
CHOICE STYLES OF SPRING SILKS I
At SO, 62. 73, S7X cents and 91.
Novel Styles Sprlog Ginghams.
TBINCH AND ENGLISH FBINTSt
DE BEG ESI
XjiiMDaisr goods t
JUST Or ENID:
Irish Linen, by tbe piece or raid ; Linen Sheet
ings i PIUow cmb Linens Napkins; Towels;
BOYS' W E Ali
IN 8PBINO CASSIMEBES, EBMINETT3, MK-
XIKOIS AND CASHMEBETS.
Bpanith Blay and Blouse Linen; Taney Drills;
Cottoaades and Drap d'Kle.
DELAND &. GOSSAGE,
tnbJ7-a T4 and TS West Fenrtht.
lyJI8S B. B. OODDKN,
(guccaasor to atlas I. OASTEN,
WI1L OPEN SPBINO MILLINEBT
ON TBUBSDAT, MABCH SS. .
' MISS I. B. OOUDBN,
tnhJT-b' T East Fourth-rt
THE8E YEH.T CHOICE OOODS I
COCOAINE for th. HAIR,
KALLISTON for lh COMPLEXION,
TOOTH-WASH for tha TEETH,
FLCRIMEL forth HANDKERCHIEF
-AMD THE '
SUPERIOR FL1MIXG EXTRACTS
TO BB USED IB t'OOKIHO,
nT mo BItaI for th Pnrp tar
which they r inteadsd.
XAdla will as la tfcalr famlHee aaly fcee
. aitwr Itawlsis) sauada arUU ar taeaa.
mr For sate at Wholesale, la Clnelnaatt, by
SCAN LAW ACO BOISE, ECKSTEIN A CO.;
i. A I). BEAKIRT) ALLISt A 00.1 B. MAC
BEAUT: BU BUBAL A BKO. B. I. BEBBSOHl
OEO. at. PIXOXi ud at Be tail by all DnKllsts,
DItY GOQDS! i
AAV J. ivi
AT riQTJBM THa.Tr WILIi Wlfl OUT ALIs
PANIC PRICES OP 1847,
Seyenth-st. and Central-av.
y" Onr purchtaee for tha seas on aeing now fnllf
cotnplet Id every department, we can eonaiatenilr
and Bkfoly say that our stock w rb never bofjre as
well BMortoS, as It eaa be fband, oa Inapeotlon. to
eonula avery novelty to . .."
DUESS GOODS, BIIAWLS, ETC.,
In this or the Old World. And we flatter onnelvee,
greatly attractive as the atock now Is, wa shall
make It doubly se br prtcea that shall and must
command, attention. i ' f
Onr Motto for 1801 ia to ,
LEAD W HERE NONE CAN FOLLOW
READ THE FOLLOWING LISTi
600 Stella Bhawls, In all oolors, for II.
323 Stella and Broche Border, for $2.
300 Stella, rich border, extra floe, all wool, for ft.
200 Broche Border, for 13 60.
360 Broche Border, auperfine, for $ SS.
33S Broobe Border, extra floe, for 15.
BOO yard Black Bilk, aoch aa wa have been sell
In at SI a yard, for 8TX cents.
6O0 yards BIshefT'a beat, we hare beea selling at
Si M, for St OS.
60 pieces Figured Oros de Nap'es, for 2b cents.
These goods aie eonble width, and oheap at
30O pieces rich Talonc'as, for as cents, the same
we bave been selling at 37 X ceats.
300 pieces rich Talencias, choice styles, lor 25 cts..
same as we hare heretofore a . Id at SO cents.
300 pieoes Mottled Horella, for H cents. These
goods are suitable for traveling dresses.
133 pieces Figured Nonrante (new foods), 12Ho.
300 pieces Irish Linen, for 37,'f cents, same as wa
always sold for to cents.
100 pieces extra-fine Irish Linen, for M cents, de
, ctdedly cheap for 79 cents.
9,000 S-t Brown Table-cloths, all linen, for 60
cents. Those goods are cheap at f 1.
00 pieces full 10-4 Sheeting, 15 cents, oheap at 17 X.
3 cmps Kentucky Jeans, In all colors, for 1 cants,
never before sold under 35 cents.
200 pieces assorted Cosslmeres, for Men's and
Boys' wear, ranging from 50 cents to ft 25,
N. B - We haw a atock of GABPBTB, which we
are determined to sell at a small adranoe over man
ufacturer's prices. We promise bargains In this
line, as wa want to cultivate a trade for the same.
S O'BEILLEY fc SON,
8KVKNTB AND OBNTBAL-AT.
Mrs. W . Ii. Hudson
srPfPPCFUI.I.Y INFORM HER OUS-
ALSb- lOnlKht, ai,a tne puuuc generally, mat
On Saturday Nexr, March 30,
Rhe will h her annuxl Spring display of FMH
lCNABi K fi) I I.I 1 NICKY, con.i-lion . f yilNNil'S
and I1ATS, of lalest Spring and Summer atyies.
NO. ITS VINE-STREET,
nib27-d Bet. Fourth and Fifth, Cincinnati.
6FBCIAL H A.LK.
ORflfl YD. FRENCH
ataeJViSVlw hhMlitly llliiorteot.
which, to cl
IN OH ATI
worth 2s ceuts.
out, we will so 1 at 10 cants a yatd.
Seventh and Uentral'-av.
TECS. W. FARRIN & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Scalers,
BUILDING LUMBER 1
Cedar TimVr, Board and PostsM
Pine and Hemlock Fencing; board,
Framing Timber, Shingles,
Lath, Door and Sash.
nnn pimrm W (IA TVTEVn PTTR.
CHAl no ft.r cash, or oa sh'irt time, we offor
opportunity f kaving lroin S to 10 per cout.
Paiticular attention paM u atilppiug Lumber,
silher by ballroud, biter ur Canal.
aVTsrd on Freeman-st, opposite Oeorjae, and
next to tue umciunati, naojiivou auu iaj u nan.
COFFEE AND TEA-POTS.
WE HAVE H BCEITFD ON OON9IGN
HKM', a large stock uf
Old Dominion Coffee and Tea-pots,
And offer the tame for sale at the manufacturer's
CALL AT 59 WB'T FOCETH-STBEET.
OHAB. i. BDCKIMOBAK. . at. a. A. SISUU
Ohas. J. Buckingham & Co.,
CLOUS, GRAIN AND PEODCCK,
IOKW1B DINQ BEECH1NTI,
NO. 11T EAST FBABL-8TBEET,
But. Broadway ud Ludlow.
iii..iu kM.li t.t vinnr. for Rakera' and
y aae, oooalantly oa baud. A fuU supply of
r all kinds laio-nn
nCOGINH Ac DUNCAN.
1 It J. MfARDLB, FA8HIQNABLK
!i Merchaut Tailors, 18 Vine-at , Olnciuuatl,
Ohio, have juat recoiled a law aaeortment of
perior f isacu ana MgiiM
ton ana itauiiie ioaiiusa, i, , "
Fancy Silks and Paris Cashmere Veallngs, ready
made Coats PsoU and Vasts
ALSO-Shirts, Uiderahirta, Collars, Eureka
ataale riravats. hand kercnieis, etc. iuuia
r,A-NAC das HOULKY,
Founders and Engine-builders,,
worasr Job and Watar-strasta, Ulnclnnaa.
Hon., Biga and Ornamental Painter,
Wow Locates Psrmantly on
SINTH-BTBEET, OPPOSITE CITY-BUILDINGS.
aTAll orders promptly attended to. mhl-am
Attorney mt Iiawt
NO. 8 MASONIC TBMPLI,
MomTM-mjut Oos. or Thib vvb W-vLMOT-iTMirt.
aaravsia r-Sl Si I Sr aW SI II I IV STS.IBI SC.
I the a.atk.i can alwats ue had of fKaUU-
BO N , corner ui Mlulh aud Vine.
BlilimlN, oor Ki'uth aud Viae.
Mf uehrO A ) Stiller. A.hlaud, OUlu,
u ted moo
WIN Bit AND I.It.tJOIlSJ.-WK II
spared BO aiaouae ta th. pnrubaaa of
Liquors, wblc h haa beea selected .ipraa.1
Sboaai arn, . . . -
B. W eur. u,iual-v. and fciahth-s.
rr TOO A Hat II WANT OF A
sdvestiee ta the r AAad. It does aot auat
,as1 f sjUI sasadUi aaasa ttjsssaj r-Saai
I I , I '
TatsfliU, March 26, 1561,
Kill open th splendid Store,
No. 118 West Fourth-street,
Formerly occupied by the Misses Balrd, with a largo
aad splendid stock of . , .
.i , i r i. '
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
i OONSIgTINO OF
SILKS OaT BVBRT VARIBTT.
ORGARDTKH, " '
DELAINES, OIHQHAM8, fEIHTS, T0,
Lace Goods and Embroideries,
Olovesi and Hoaiiery,
PAH ASOI.8 AND FANS!
IACK MANTLES AND POINTS.
BS SHAWLS! -S3
IN ORB AT VARIETY.
LINENS -Krsry variety,
NAfKIN J, TOWELS,
SniETINGS Linen and Cotton,
8BtBTIN08-Llnen and Cotton,
Of th latest ylM and bst manufttture. ALli
MEW AND FBK8H GOODS, MlectDd with grmt
car, and to t told at wholesale and retail at price
to suit tbe timet.
An early call is sellcltcd tram those who think of
MW GOODS CONSTANTLY RCCXIYING.
T. 'O. BCELiL,
118 WEST FOURTH -ST.
M. F. THOMPSON & CO.,
91 WB8T PBARX-8TREBT,
IiiTlta the attentloD of
Cash and Prompt lime Bayers,
1 THIIB .
LARGS AND COVLKTE STOCK,
Hats, Caps, and Straw Ooods,
Which they oner to tne trade at
UNUSUALLY LOW PBIOES.
. A VERY COMPLETE STOCK,
UNUEUALLI LOW PRICES.
101, 103 AND 105,
J. If. IiROiJKE & CO.,
Nos. 6Q and 68 West Plf th-st.,
BEG TO VA1.1 THE ATTENTION
piirrh:uiTS to Ihpir ,t"i"k of now stvli'S
eltgaut BOla', YOUTHS' and CUILDttEK'a
vVhlch Is unusually large, and Is offered very
Ml VS FASHIONABLE CLOT II I
J. II. BROOKE & CO.,
Nos. 66 and 68 West Fif th-st.,
IE NOW PRKPARKD TO OFFER
t ihe mi uie a larse aud id enuid aaaurtuii
oi OeltUmtn'B Fashionable Clothiog and
ALL OF WHICH 18 NEW AND OFFERED
fmhf f 1H.W.81
Spring and Summer.
BARAVISE & KING,
Tailors and Clotliiers.
171 Waln-itroot, between Fourth and Fifth,
VT W hAvk JTTAT If ErKIVED
Hf ck uf HDrinir and butHoaer Cloth., of
coJorn ; uaMimerH. npnog ijvurcoauDits, vaimgs
v ar nr-ruirt:l to niHKV nn mjj oruar cell Ills
tries of Gaiments. Alsto, a flue assortment
Beady mado Dress Frock-cuutr. Business
i UnTii.tr (tror.eositji. Pan lb. Vests. Ao : tohlrt
Crsvats, and a general asuortimiut oi Furnishing
gEH7I N Or S III ICS
XUBB01DEBT BILK. SADDLES 8',
FBIHGB, BPOtIL SILKS COTTOM AMD
ST" Sewing-machine Agents supplied with
kind of Twist and Noodles, direct from the
hirers, by J. II. JOU VKT,
lit West Fourth-a'., np stain, Cincinnati.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
FlNKIsE & IJYOX
OO Wosit Voxxrrfix.-mtm
1 tlhWUil MAfHil NE in ill a I'nitn.
rucitlT-rednced pricei Plato FiiniHy
.FU ftui. FteBiiUHr includnd. Theee celebrated
Miinita have been recentlr IniDrovbd, aud ft
lam and turu a-oj widthuf hem ' OaU and ae
in u Deration.
FINK LB ft I TON 815WIKO-MAUUIKB
SO Woat Fonrth-itreet.
mhy.f B. K. HFOOINS.
MNV VINHH ANn HKAlIlIK ?.
ft a tv H frisai iiiMt i float vtd an imDoriation
Wmea aud tiiaiidtcw. cuiuphmiok in part iutt
lug: oluioano and almoniillado 8herr, alto
aud ENsD(leniar(l roi Uta jmj nerve uu nnn
fleira Oiara, uuony a lo auu ru muy n
t. a.. Aiim. Old Tum. luoadon Cordial. Gin and
ms ica bum. All thee Liquors are
.twiiiv iMira. and nf tha fineut unalltv. for
the casE aeniuoun or pome, nsuunsi
4 H CI II IA. 11.-IR
nn vine st .
i avewortt d . from
to two oiinceo. of sour JCXUftLBi 'in
INKrt v.d ..l.hara 11. Wa.DK tfc t'(J..
1 W l.iil.utl HtMtlotifsni.
Far't TatTi on hand. nitik
IT I J. . BUrLEK, Saent, 3ft
Ball Please eend na 96 ouaen aso
nanlian iMita. auual to tbe S'reuoh in
.u A ....tA..t. .....Il.lv.l anr.
ItT.lit'tjy Wm ulenn Bnus ! B M . Blahop
B W. Booth Uo. ; at. U. Leonara v . i
Xcksleln Ho. 1 J. a U. Kaeklrti llylana,
luett Uateh, aim by Qaaiara aaaerauj.
iaihri-lill, ai Via.-st.
T. . BUTLEB,
iTtlNCINNATI AMKNCY FOtt
best uai-rKSDS iu iu. worm.
HO-cm WM. U. OLA ttbt, 19') Mala-ai.
uuum, IU )au)i vuana. u pauisa s viva
A, A. tULAAB, 4 it aua va avua-st.
arXltl R II is N at V .
y lii'Uer, in small boseS.
its imimx is established r
GgOVEIl & BAKER'S t,
familiM to uae vhodeeirea Btltrh UiiriTate l ft ,.r
beauty, rt'enath ard elasticity, as will be sea a br ,
the following lip portent decision :
Bishtiii.s (Tens ), Sett. 1.1, IMS.
The Omimlttte aiP'lnted by theHlati. Bureanof .
She S.'Vemh Annual Htale Vair of Tcnnossoe, to ex.
amine and mark award for tha best iramily Sewing
machine, find on eshiaillnn the follnwiog-nameal .
tlAAhlni In oompetlllon i The 1 M Sinirer, Wheel. -era
Wilson, A. fl Iioweand he Urocr A Baker. r
The first three amM, althongh riMT.-rlng In con
struction end capacity, still, so far as the stitch It
Cf-pcerned, all arriyed at the same point making
what is called and known as the Bbnttle-eMtckj
each nstrg a shuttle, or shuttle and bihbio, on to
which a'l the thread, or thread nsd uonVrneath, '
la reouired to bo raapuoletl. The Shnitle Machtna ,
mnv he imn) on some clatseo of family sewing with '
a decree of satisfaction ; but we ooncelra, fiom th
censtmrtlon, operation and stitch, their principal
adaptation is to the purposes of Boanuiacttirera,
he points we cnceire most neeeaasry ano ins
portanf to meet the wine range of requirements la
a Mitchivtff for family mwIob, o flnii mre fully
ermbinod In the G BOVKR A BAB KB, vin: Kxtvui
I cr.pAc.tir, nlmpHclty of const rnrtin, ? rf mB
aRoment, dvaat'iT of asttia thrfiad from ta
poolt without rew.ndtPir, strength of work, alaa
t.clif, durnbtlltF and ngolaritj cf tlr.lt and
QTiifti of moTemntat.
Wo therefore mark award to fh OHOVil A
BAK1R JO BrRlO;, Chntrmin.
J W. rTORTHN, J. W. II.HOW.l Oom-
U. a. WHI IM, , . J. A. WOODd, ) mittot.
I borohr certlf? thnt tha abo?e In a tni wpr of
ttie oriptnal dfolHion and award nf U OimmittM
tiporj tKmMy ltawlng-n.arh.iaM, appoiatad by ttim
leoupiiiMie Slate fair for 1S60.
tu. r, Yf i i.Ij i a Tin,
Secretary TenttMLMe Stats Agrloulturat BiiroaA
Onr Pamteunt. t1t.T irr thltit. wf hr thn (Tnnrfa.
we are eoabled to rurninta theUttOVRti ft ftARKt
SI Al II I pt m. w.ta lmmortuMtt ImDriirnmiirKl. al
GKCATLY TtRDrCRU PBCCRS. i'bere ar now
ott ft 0,0 00 fniBtllea. throufchoat wnry pfv-t of
the cMItztd world, tn whtch the rower A UsStmt
alachlna ' merrHf hiimi iuoccee."
hAtsjIn aiaclilne Hilk. Thread. Mnedlaa ana
cniiantly oa hand.
UJiUTs.a a nan r, n n. m . rv.,
ttihi-tfMp &H Wert Fonrth-at.
COERCION AND CITIt WAJt-COMPRas-.
MI8K AND CHRONIC ANARCHT-
BEPARATION AND ESTABMSHBS
TAKEN FROM EDITORIALS
IH THE '
Cincinnati Daily Press.
tsr For sale at the PRER8 OOUNTINO-ROOH t
at P. McABTUUB A SON'S, Vine street, abore
Fourth, and at 0. N. LEWIS'S, 28 West SUth-st.
sv The Pamphlet can also bo bad In Columbus,
of our Carrier, Mr. WM. BA BK K B.
Price 92 00 per hundred, or 00 cents per doiea.
STFAIH WEFKLT BBTWKKN NRW
YORK AM) LI VKttPO'JJj, laudirg 4ttT9
and embarkinR nasrncurB at QU KKNS- AJ&AiiZ
TOWN, Irclatd. The Liverpool, New urfc
HhiUdA nni& HtHiiiiRiiiD uonioanr latena aispatcn-
Iiib their fuil-powered clrde-built Iron bUaautalika
at follows: .
viii(t - aa.a.DtttiiranT. luarcn w.
CITY OF HALTLMOltB Hutur-Uy. Aprils.
KANOAKOtf anturaay, April is.
And every baturdar, at noon, from Pier 44, North
bates or pamaok:
Fimt TabiD $75 1 8tf erane...M
irnt Cabin to Loudon (JO I Steerage ta IjoMoq., 33
oiecrage seiuru iacaei ooa lor oix in.iui.uB
PsMenjern forwarded to Paris, Bvre, Hamhur;,
3rt men. Botteidftm. Ant were. Ac., at reduced
tbi "ugh fares.
It it- ivraoiia wishlne to brina? out their menus.
can buy tiekets here at tbe tollowiog rAtoa, to New
om , prom ijiverpooi or vueenstown eireiaoin,
(7.V xs and tide: Steerage from Literpool, 4o;
fiom gueensiown, S30.
Tht-ee Stcamera have superior accommodation
for passengers, and carry .experienced Surgeons.
They are built in Water-tlKht Iron Suctions, and
have 1'nteot p ire anmoiiawra on ooara. w
JUHNU UAts, AKent. 1.1 oroaaway, n. I. .
dr. WILL. B 11ARRY UU., Aeoots,
mhZVtf Burnet-hi.use Uullding, Cincinnati.
II I R T S !
BOSTON SHIRT FACTORY.
Xt. A. Ileppnnr, ABent,
NORTH-EAST COB. FIFTH A3D VINK BTS
Over Ocle A Hopkins. Entranoe on Filth-st.
SELF ItlBUPtUttlllUENT Ftt BHIUTISI
nri..t..H rlliA,.tjiiiia aa. 1 free avers hro. and ao
eavy to understand that any one can tnk his owa m
measure tor ruiris. lairmmsiuwii'i. iuowm
to be paid to lb Express Company on receipt at
Printers' Cut Cards.
Snnn packs prtntek cut
JJ1 CAKDo.-We arecouatuntlyreceisa
liift treah eiii-pltes of the Dnion, Ivory. Merchants'
Satin and Douhle-enatneled Printers Cut Ca,dst
sir.RB from one to seven inclusive, rrmiers win
find theie Caids tha best in use, aud price, as low -w
any othel s; le. . a wrvnrva
r,ii?2 ' tr and 78 Walont-etreet.
Hubbard's Glazed Coyer Papers.
T j-uddIv uf Hubhard'aZux, Nos. 1 and 2 At
the pricci we Are sell inn thH Pt.pr,, tiwr are th
chesipuet and mtt rrl-ahle Cover Fapera manafao
Blue and White Candle raper.
OUU Can. I'a
npr ,n ha ia sua I'r BRIO oy
XOB. 0HATF1ELD WIHHWI,
17 and 19 Wale US-at.
,n na iu
received : ,,-.
3oo caaea ( 'tiariwi neiaiica: uMmpaguv,
10 canes Ve Clicuuot CitaaiMisjne ;
60 cb sew Chevalier Cbampiuioa ;
26 catti Hi lift)? Monseauz UkampaVgiio;
TOraues Prince Imperial.
For sale low by JOHN B AT CS,
nihlS rJatUmal Thoater Bull'Ung, feyuanutre-it.
Leare jour orders with
Walnnt-it., near Third,
mbl9 M amnio Building.
RE-E NPO RCRMENTS
IN TUB BOOT AND SHOB LINB.
Men's Ooa-rreu G altera
l.tti-it' Ht-eh'd Out teii .
Ladtftt ilee'ed Boota
H..M.f 1 W per pair.
1 M pr pair.
UOc. per pair.
...... 1 00 pur pviir.
we. par pvir.
At the OhK.INAb HI4P BUUB-BTO ttlf. 3'45
CtiDtral-av., near Ninth et. mhla-m
always un haml. at tbe lowest prices, all sorts
ofCAUPLT, at :S Cenlral-ar. Uums all, and
samine belura buying.
JOHN GET., WHOl.KMALiK DKfLSa.
Iut bite s'llut,Oreen aud Black OLAdsWaRs).
tio. B Hlfcanore-Btreet, near tne Bleamuoat uaius
lug, between Jfrnnt and CuliuuhU. Clinolunatl. O.
(Jilt, J'laia aaa rresaea . nui uiaaawa.a ,
Wine, Braeilr, Porter, Hook or Oetawka, tllarot
and Ber Hollies, toKetner wivn urt riai mwt
Uall-plut FIs,Temlj..hns, Lantoiua, esc,
Oouutrr Ueruhauta' ordera solicited, aud HI led a
very low price., with dispatch. tabs out
CATSWBA! STILL CATAW
Catawba w ins Hot sale low br
n Da I -luat received, yjo uaees very superior olill
national Theater Bulla leg. Mycamota-st.
Dtt IOD WANT A SI K It T ANT Of A!T
oeacriptloat Advertise la the DAILfrBHtteT.
It ooats tat a IriAa. aud a mUl aooa aoaal
Baal iBSSata. '
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