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, ITALIAN OPERA.
Thle, Tuesday Evening, March 39th,
M'lle Pared! In thecelebrated character aa Norma;
M'me Mtrakoach a Adalglaa; 8nlrt a Polio;
Jnnca. aa Oroveeo.
To-morrow, WEDNKSDAT, Bellini' lavorlUOp.
ra, iii riKiTARi, . . .
Af'maOnra da W'llhorat. Brio-noil. Amodloand Jnn
a in tha principal role,. On which occasion The
i'lhtil I.IKrl Ilnrr. 8UOHA LA
THOMBAI" "Then let tha trumpet sound." will ba
iun( by tha two great artlata, Amodlo and Junta
Tharsday, March 31, GRAND OHATOBiO.-
OMlula celebrated and great aaorad work, "Tba
rrlrfaT, Brnerlt of .H'me Colaon. "ZRNANI.'
BATCBDAT, tba aaoond and Uat
ana junnmoin uoacen.
GRAND OPERA AND GALA MATINEE.
Day performance at X o'clock.
NEW NATIONAL THEATER
Ltwis Bamr, Bole Lessee; P. A. Sauedas, Btafe
alauager; w . c. lEUMrsoua, treasurer.
Z Tha Manager take great pleasure In announcing
an engagement, for a limited number of night, with
tha celebrated lady aud distinguished artlata,
MRS. C. N. SINCLAIR,
And with tha young American Comedian,
MR. HENRY 8EPLEY.
TUESDAY EVENING, March Nth, will ba acted
BUautpeare a auniireo. vomeuy, id inrae act, niuiea
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING.
Beatrice, Mra. C. N. (Sinclair; Benedick, Mr. Hen
ry Bedler; Don rearo. nr. Mortimer: uiauaio, mr.
Don John. Mr. itanallton ; Leonato, Mr.
Raluford ; Antonio, Mr. night ; Hero, Mra. Uriffliw
To conclude with the beautiful operetta farce, called
THE ALPINE MAID.
Swig, Mr. Lefflngwelli Walter, Mr. Hamilton;
Boaetta, Mra. Julia Jonea.
In rehearsal, and will ahortly be produced, "The
f.Ma Rurl" "flnm-. and Htaira ' "Maria Antol.
uette," and "Extreme Meet."
CORNER SIXTH A VINE Bra., CINCINNATI.
Hiiunr ...nioaor Woon.
Stage Manager C. Bryant.
,.P. B. Umsied.
XOTICg Tlll CHANGED.
Doom open at 6ai o'clock; Performance commence
at 7A o cioca.
raicics or adhibrioh.
Dresa Circle and Parquette, 60 cent; Family Circle,
Second night of
THE CELEBRATED AND ORIGINAL
SEHE KT j9lXXlj IIS
Ethiopian Opera Troupe,
In conjunction with
Miss JULIA GOULD,
. Tho Brat American Prima Donna.
The Company consiats of the following diatin
guiahed Vncallnta: R, Hlabon Buckley, (Meorae
Pwnln BncUley, Fred. Buckley aad J.
flaaaue, aasieted by a talented company of junto-
TTTVUDAY KVKNINfl. March Nth. tha nerform-
nc willTommencewlth Pongs. Danca Oaartetta,
'irioe, ooios, sc., to conciuue witu nucaiey Bur
lesque upera oi
lA SONN AM BUIA.
Amina (Dtuab) Miss Ooulil.
KWloa O. 8. Buckley.
.Rudolph J. A. Basque.
Alexio .....K. B. Buckley.
Entire change of programme eacb night.
The Campbells! The Campbells!
The Well-known Campbells !
The Favorite Camnbelli !
The Only Campbells
Old and Original Campbells
AND BRASH BAND,
Comprising a ae' action of the
Beat Mualriane Generally,
Beat Ethiopian Performer
IN THE WORLD!
Will Appear for Five Nlghti Only!
: . at
Smith & Nixon's New & Beautifol Hall
(The Acoustic qualities of wblch are not surpassed
in western uonuuent.j
Commencint? Saturday March
Pvprr Performer an Artlat In hi Line.
Jtt Urilllunt Kiuahea of Genlna and Talent.
Nw AntsAf Kv.rv nesnrlatlaa.
Mem Mlnetreley cut It waa and I at
f 1 TT1 TITJ'B'T
The Impreaaarlo of Managers, the founder of
present school of Minstrelsy, whose Indefatigable
have been the meaua of raising it to It
enviable standard, and whose success aa a caterer
the public ha never been equaled, will appear
Digut in nis pocunar caaracter.
Admlaalon, 30 cent.
KtT For fill particular los Programmes.
Dr. F. A. JONES. Aaent.
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TUESDAY MARCH 311
See Interesting Local News on 3d page.
Primary Ward Meetings of the Opposition
Last Night.—Nomination of Ward
Officers.—Election of Delegates.
The Opposition party held thoir Ward Meet
ings last night for the nomination of iVard
officers, and for the eleotion of Delegates to the
Convention that assembles to-day, at Smith
and Nixon's Hall, to nominate candidates for
the April eleotion. Below we give the list of
Delegates and Ward nominations:
Firtt Ward Counoil, J. F. Cunningham ;
School Visitor, James F. Quinn ; Constable, Jo
seph Harrison ; Assessor, John Carr. Dele
gates W. hi. btevens, wm. Wood, Jotm i-llis,
C. W. Rowland, Wm. Stoms, J. F. Cunning
ham. Executive Committee, J. F. Cunning
ham. Second Ward Council, Henry Mack ; Con
stable, Geo. W. Carr : Sohool Visitor, Dr. C,
Bensall : Assessor, C. Tobey. 1 Delegates 8."
8. Davis, Wm. Bromwell, H. (. Armstrong, b,
Morse. J. N. Oliver, Isaao Wolf. Exeoutivi
Committee, R. M. Steoenson.
Third Ward Counoil, Dr. Henry Sohultz;
Sohool Visitor, Rufus King; Constable, Chan.
Kulencamp; Assessor, James Allan. Dele
gates James Warnock, Wm. J. Sohulti, Geo.
Cranamus, Wm. McKinney, Charles Jenkins,
Exeoutive Committee, James Warnock.
i'ourfA Ward In this ward a dispute occur
red, whioh resulted in the Judges refusing to
give certificates to any of the candidates for
J iM Ward Delegates Dr. M. 1. Carey,
John Kirchner, N. Bartlett, Chas. R. Fosdick,
John C. Sohooley, Samuel Colby. Exeoutive
Committee, H. M. Bates.
Istxth Ward Council, M. Hubbell; School
Visitor, James Woodward ; Constable, Henry
Stauffer, jr.; Assessor, C. H. Harwood. Dele
gates James D. Riohardeon, N. F. Sharpies,
Wm. Cox, W. D. Biokham. Exeoutive Com
mittee, W. D. Biokham.
Seventh Ward. Counollman, Amos Moore;
School Visitor, John Clark; Constable, T. J
Baras; Assessor, Henry King. Delegates, F.
6tagge, J. Steele, T. S. Barnes, H. Koenig, S.
Kook, J. Tosso. Exeoutive Committee, Chas,
Eighth Word. Council, J. Harris; Sohool
Visitor, S. W. Bebb; Constable, W. Moore:
Assessor, W. B. Danton. Delegates. J. W
Baird, J.Baker, H. V. Horton, J. Sohroeder,
A. H. Churohill, G. R. Warner, J. A. Sayer,
T. Epply, 3. T. Hieatt, J. MoCord.
Ninth Ward Delegates, H. A. Beste, J. P
Fioks, L. Marts, H. Hennepeot. Exeoutive
Committee, L. Swarts.
Eleventh Ward Counoil, Ueo. B. Uolliater
Sohool Visitor, Franois Nuelson; Constable,
Michael 6trub ; Assessor, Diotrioh Wiohers
Delegates Geo. B. Hollister, D. Rieraever, F
Hassaurek, Geo. F. Davis, U. Brethauer, Judge
John Burgoyne, Lewis Frinti, H. Clausheide,
i. Kruse, 11. tlnoke. t-xeouuve committee
Twelfth Ward Counollman, 0. S. Bnod-
grass; Sohool Visitor, Wensdorf; Constable
C. Williams; Assessor, Cba. Jelleff. Dele
gates M. Eiohner, P. Wallendorf, Thos. Dom
mick. G. W. Ross, Dan. Wunder, T. Fay,
Thos. Meyer, John Fetter, Jos. Neben, Em an
Aokey, Daniel Dehey, Goo. Klotter. Exeou
tive Committee John Horton.
Thirteenth Word Delegates Wm. Hamp
ton, J. R. Delorao. Exeoutive Committee, T
Fourteenth Ward Counoil, William Perry
School Visitor, Mark Reeves ; Constable, J. H
Woodruff; Assessor, J. H. Davis. Delegates
Ezeklel Craven, ' J. D. Thompson, Jas. Berry,
Dr. R. S. Newton, Adolphus Carnes, Obmer
Glenn, Piewton Mitchell, w. 11. Keisey. ex
eoutive Committee, Thomas H. Weasner.
Ifteenth Ward Counollman, Theo. Marsh
Constable, Robert Bromwell; Sohool Visitor,
William P. Stratton; Assessor, John Clemnier.
Delegates G. Brashears, John W. Ellis, John
D. Minor, James Bense, James Kincaid, Thos.
Henerman, John Moorwood, John Medary
Harry Eaton, John Carlisle, Joseph H. Wil
bey, Robert Hedger. Exeoutive Committee
George M. Casey.
Sixteenth Horo! Council, tieorge Ht rvnu
com. W. K. Jjooker: Constable, til. W. uaston
Sohool Visitor, C. F. Wllstaoh; Assessor, S. L.
Hayden. Delegate Wm. B. Cbenoweth, IS
N. Tibbetts, J. W. Reed, John Borin, Georgi
Oberklein, B. C. True, C. E. Angevine. Exeo
utive Committee, G. AV. Hasten.
StbikiI 6tixiII 6tixk 1 1 1 The whole
city seems to be on a strike. First, the cabinet
makers; second, the ship-oarpenters; third, the
Burr mill-stone cutters, and last, though not
least, we understand the chair-makers are
"coming out." But the greatest strike of all
seems to be for the Daily Press. It ie th
people's paper, and the people are determined
to have It. 1
YgsTilDAY, about one o clock, tne rumor
prevailed at Washington that Gen. Cass was
dead. It was soon ascertained th old General
was really alive and well.
Adam' Exraiea Company will aooept our
thanks for New York, Baltimore and St. Louis
Dr.riaiONa at Rrrrui. Term, it Ji boi Onotao.
Gazler re. Carer, Farreu, and othera. An Injunc
tion bad bran allowed and dlaeolved, and a motloa
waa before tha Court now to rolnatate It. The Court
could nut we how the additional aliewlng In the
amended petition eflpcted the principle on vhlch
ine injunction must nave oeen uiseoiTea. aionon
Bergennt ri. Townaend. Motion to dlamlaa an ac
tion oncauae tha Petition waa not properly vorlfled.
The objection waa that the word, preceding the algna-
i u re ware ' euoecrioea neiore me, inmeaa oi -ftuo-n
l tied In my prewmce." While the Court would In
timate that It would ba better to follow the language
of the Codea, they could not hold that Juatlce required
urh an oblectlon aa thla to be auatalned.
Brlnkrager ft. Mack A Bro. Tha petition allege
the obtaining of a warrant of attorney by falae pre-
tenaee to aecura a debt; that defendant cauaed judg
ment to be entered on thla warraut, and execution to
nine, under which the goode of plalntm ware eeiren,
and hit atore cloaad, caualng the anapanalon of hia
bu-lnoaa for eereral daya, ana an Injury to hi credit
ana etanding, roeultlng In a direct aai
To thla natltlnn there wmm a demurrer.
Court If tha orlrlnal fraud ba tha alat of the
action, the damagaa are not proxlroatieyie Im
proper conduct of the defendant In obtaiulng the
warrant of attorney, doaa not make tha aubeequent
proceeding under it mallcioua. The action could not,
tnereiure, be maintained in tne lurm Drougnt. De
Delworth Ta. Strong. Action on a covenant In a
leaae before the Court on a demnrrer to the answer
tha aueatlon belnv whether a new laaaa waa received
In aatiafartlon or auapenalon of aald corenant. The
Court held that sucb waa not to be inferred from the
execution of the leaae, and auatalned the demurrer.
Mitchell ra. Folth, Action to redeem land bought
uy an aaalgnor or defendant, under a proceeding to
foreclose without making plaintiff (alao a mortgagee)
a party. The caee waa before the Court on a demurrer
to the anawar. which waa overruled, and loave given
Jones ra. Ripley. The City Council d faired to en
large UlarK street, and passed an order lor tnat pur
pose, by which they condemned and took on from
the defendant's lot 23 feet, leaving him a narrow
strinofave feet. 84 feet aluna the line of said street;
and subsequently an order waa passed for tha grading
of this street, without reference to the former action
oi council in relation tothia piece 01 property.
n uisposingot a question aa to tne eeuiemeni,
that he aupposed, In the
lemnatlon or thia nrnnei
deuce would be comparati vely worthless to the party.
rty, tne raci tnat tne evi-
waa taken Into consideration the lot being or no
value, exceptby Ita aale to an adjoining proprietor.
Tha caaa. however, waa one which should nave called
lor some attention neiore tne order waa maae ior tne
gradtngof the atroet. Ifauch a charge waa puton
nmnertv aa would amount tn confiscation, this Court
d heretofore held that it would be an abuse of power
on the part of the city. The Court should overrule
tue uemurrer, ana allow tne case to go to trial to
ascertain what the value waa.
Revnolda va. Smith and other. The petition waa
foundod on an ordinance directing the grading and
navina of aatreet. in which a number nr defeudanta
went intereatetij ana wno all appearea anu niea tne
same answer, x noaeiensereiieaon wascmeny inu
tile ordinance provided for the grading of High
street, from Waalilnaton atreet to Knniner a lane, and
the defendants aver, as a matter of fact, that there la
no atich atreet that the ground had never been used
or oemcateu a a street.
Judge Gholaon said that If it waa true, as claimed,
that Council undertook to grade and improve private
aessnient generally on the owners of property on an
property in una way. ana men eeea to maae an as
undisputed highway In connection with this property
ther did what was unauthorised bvlaw. The demur
rer would be overruled, and issue could be taken ou
the tact as to whether thia waa a atreet or not.
Lewia va. smith A Gilbert. It waa held in thla case
that whore an answer in form waa put In, which, un.
flnr a lllierttl ritn.triirtlnn nf tile t !iid. tiiloht lie con.
aiderod aa a denial, it would be considereua a denial;
wiiiio a uiuuuu lu mane 11 mnaiu wumu itbiibibilbm.
it could not be disregared, and Judgment rendered
without nroof. Jiiilirninut wikiild ne refused.
Farran va. Kreigor. The paper wore banded up
witn a view to a connrmation oi ate, ann tne oniy
ueellon waa aa to tne leea or nounuajzeol tue cnerui.
he aale wua of a lease, with nrivileKe to purchase
running with the lease, and the plaintiff himself was
tho purchaser. The Sheriff claims it waa a aale
merelv nf (wrsnnal nrnnprtv. and that the law H0V
eruing sales of real estate, where the plaiutlff I th
The Court regarded thia case as being within the
spirit and in tout, If not the strict letter, of the stat
ute. There was an equitable right to purchase, which
niirriiiutAr. iinm urn nnniv.
portant Interest. Within the fair scope and intent oi
rmiii.fiuy in, aim iieriiMpa ill bin. iiwwmi.u im
the statute it might be considered aa real eatate. The
Sheriff, therefore, would lie limited to the usual
pnuudaga la ench caaee, - Decree ordered to be drawn
n arenruanca witn tneae views.
Reeves va. Hteteon. The nlainMrTsuea aa the holder
oi two uoies, ior 4,uuu eacn, executeo oy otetaon,
aud secured by mnrtiraffe on hla nrenertv. (a certain
Intercut in the Spencer House property. In thia city.)
The defendant in bis answer alleges that the notes
and mortgage were executed as a collateral security
tor certain ucdib oi tne uns nnuae rurnaro vu.,
and that that company should flrat be proceeded
against. Where thero were two securities, a party
might, in aome cases, be required to elect; but thia
waa not such a case. Here thero waa but oue securi
tyone mortgage and the plalntlri wonta beentitiea
tn a decree uf forecloanre. Home difficulty might
arise aa to bow the decree should be framed, as other
nartiea 31 isa Charlotte Cushman among others nad
ucumbrancea on the pronertv and if there was to be
aula. it. .hnnlfl he mihli,
Mean vs. rne tjincmnati ana unicegn nauroau
fomnunv. A petition filed to subject to the payment
of a iitdgment certain bonds, in the band of Smith
ort, -alleged to belong to the judgment
it appearea tn Dona ran ior a anon poriou
and were aecured by mortgagi
Tne uourt aia not
think they could bo regarded aa comlug
nile laid down aa being merely goods and
aa comiug within the
t goods and affects lia
ble tn seiaura or aale. Aa to a aueatlon of an attor
neys lien in the case a lieu of an attorney must
accomplished by possession, so far a paper of this
Kind are concernea, to give it any iorce, or urn lounueu
on some specins agreement, ine uourt waa now
aeked to put these bonds to aale to create a large
rlaht. afi-nttiat tha Cnnmanv to nav a email one. tne
judgment creditor could not set up any claim to cre
ate una additional aeut. uruer oi sai reiuseu. auu
petition and cross petition dltmlaeea at cot 01 re
Civil Sine Judge Mallon resumed businss in
branch oi the court neara appucationa ior citizen-
li1p aud took up uomittea case.
J udge uicxsou aiao neara suumiuea oases.
School Boaxd Last Night'" Pociidinos.
The County Auditor's apportionment of Sohool
moneys was reoelved, presenting tne following
exhibit: (Semi-annual Tax Settlement made
February 7, 1868.)
Amount from State Common School Fand...t4l,2Sl
Amount from Special City Levy 88,378
Amount from Miscellaneous source 1,011
Of this amount the sum of $5,010 35 Is dis
tributed to the Colored Sohool Fund of
The resignation of Miss Clara uaur, of
Thirteenth Distrlot, was received, and the usual
certificate awarded. Authority was given
the same time to employ another teaoher
place of Miss C. Baur, at a salary of $20
A motion to roadvertise for the sale of
George-street Sohool property was voted down,
the former otter or iu,uuu ior ino same
Thomas Keisall being still entertained.
The Board adjourned at an early hour, there
being but few members present, and a strong
current of interest setting in the direotion
the primary meetings.
U. S. Courts. In the United 6tates Court
yesterday, Benj. Deford, assignee of Eider
Webb, Baltimore, filed a bill in ohanoery against
the Chillioothe Branch Bank of the State
Ohio, charging that the President and Cashier
had represented that Alexander Fraser and
securities were responsible and wealthy parties,
and that any draft drawn by Fraser on E.
W. would be perfeotly seoure, and that the re
sult had proved that Fraser and his securities
were insolvent by snob misrepresentation
oausing E. A W. to lose over $100,000, whioh
sum they ask that the bank shall be compelled
to refund them with interest.
Pmntkks roa Piaa'a Pa. A Joint stook
company, composed exclusively of the "follow
ers of Faust," Is being formed in this oity
the purpose of seeking ouotn at the above
cality. . Among the number we notioe
names of C. Frank Sheldon, Tim. P. Kava-
nauffh and Thaddeus Stephens. May their
brightest anticipations be realised, and may
they return with their bank well filled.
Ahkhica Legion K. Q. C Wa are
quested to state that the members of this
wlU meet at their Hall, No. 76 Third
street, this evening, at ti o'olook, A punc
tual attendance li requested.
COMMON PLEAS. The Cabinet-Makers' Protective
As usual, Arbiter Hall was crowded yester
day afternoon by the members of the above
The minutes of the previous meeting were
read and approved.
The Finance Committee reported an inorease
In the treasury since the last meeting.
The Committee of Investigation made the
Mitohell A Rammelsberg wanted to see the
It waa agreed to leave It to the dlsoretlon of
tha oommittee, whether they should oall on
this firm or not.
Bad reoelved a communication from the es
tablishment of S. J. Johns, signed by J. S.
Johns, stating that tbey were willing to have
a "Shop Committee" provided the prices de
maaded were not higher than other shops were
It was here maintained that it was not the
duty of the "8hop Committee," to regulate the
prices, etc., and moved that the report be sent
back to Mr. Johns, with a copy of the printed
requirements of the Union, for his signature.
Mr. Enoblough bad been again consulted
Had not only signed the bill, but had complied
with the requirement of the Union as to a
This report was received with immense ap
plause, and required most strenuous efforts on
the part of the President to restore order.
A report from Mr. Mortz was received, but,
inasmuch as it was indefinite, it was ordered to
be sent back.
Mr. Steinman signed the bill; alao the pro
viso for a "Shop Committee."
This announcement caused quite a sensation.
The President was again compelled to assert
No report from the following factories:
Weidorich A Jones, Kramer A Co., and Mr.
The foreman of the factory of Johnston A
Mcadcr wants the committee to "come down
and compromise." Left to the discretion of
The papers for the incorporation of the
"Cabinet Makers' Protective Union," were
presented, read by the President, and ac
The oommittee appointed to reply to the card
of Mr. Rammelsberg, of the firm of Mitchell
A Rammelsberg, published In the Daily Press,
of the 29th Inst., was allowed further time to
procure she necessary documents, etc It was
stated the oommittee would have the affidavits
alLreaor., properly signed, and would present
the same to the meeting to-morrow.
No other business, the meeting adjourned
to meet this afternoon, at two o'olook.
Shkricf's Sales. On the 26th inst. the
Sheriff sold the following real estate :
Lot in Anderson Township, on the road from
Newtown to Armstrong's Mills, near the Bap
tist Churoh. Valued at $400. Sold to Wm
Ferris, for $300.
Lot No. 73, in M. B. Debolt's subdivision in
Newtown, 35 feet front on County Road, cor
ner of Center street. Valued at $125. Sold to
Wm. Ferris, for $106.
Lot No. 17, In M. B. Debolt's subdivision In
Newtown, 50 feet on Plum street, 140 8-10 feet
deep. Valued at$350. Sold to Louisa S.Dun
ham, for $280.
Lot No. 18, in same subdivision in New
town, 50 feet on Plum street, 140 8-10 feet
deep. Valued at $70. Bold to Louisa B. Dun
ham, for $65.
Yesterday, of four pleoes of property offered
for sale but one was sold :
Lot south-west corner of John and Clark
streets, 74 feet S lnohes front, running baok
Fulton street, with Churoh building thereon.
Valued at $13,000. Sold to, Trustees of the
Fifth Presbyterian Churoh, for $8,060 67;
The attendance was quite large, but there
seemed little inclination to purohase, as
property which was offered was not very valu
able or attractive to those who wish to Invest
money In real estate.
sociation AitoTRia Homicide Abibt or the Pa
tim. Another of those affrays, over which
persons alike who have the good of society
heart feel sad, and which have of late been
too frequent In our oity, resulting in the death
of one of the parties, took plaoe on Sunday af
ternoon at a boarding and drinking-house, No,
572 Front street. The evidence before
Coroner's jury gives the following as the faots
in the case: I
Three men, Henry Morris, Franklin Lee and
Prince, while under the influence of liquor
at the house of Absalom Grapevine, on Sunday
afternoon about two o'clock, quarreled, and
Grapevine coming from behind his counter,
asked them to desist and keep quiet. Morris,
it is stated, replied that it was none of bis busi
ness what they did, and that be would, fight
if he choose, and at the same time turned
pass into a back room, when Grapevine leiied
stick of wood and struck bim on the
temple, making a wound about five inches; long,
fracturing the skull and lacerating the viscera
to suoh an extent that be died from its effects
at three o'olook on Monday morning.1 The
verdict of the jury was In aooordanca with
euuvv. . .
All the parties concerned, with the exception
of Prinoe, lnoluding the wife of Grapevine,
and also of Morris, were arrested and locked
up in the Hammond-street Station-house
await a hearing before the Police Court this
morning. .. j
Asa Cross, the notorious burglar, who was
oonveyed to the penitentiary on Saturday last,
oame near making bis esoape from the oars,
He bad managed to saw off the rivets frtiu
shackles, but his trick was fortunately dis
covered by Deputy Eherlff Thomas, when
"Abe" was properly secured, and guarded until
his arrival at the Stat Capital. I
Thi Washington Union has been sold
Gen. Bowman. A change in name is antioi
Irish Indignation Meeting Last Night.
At half-past seven w might be seen wend
ing our way toward the Franklin Hall, corner
of Sixth and Sycamore streets. Arrived there
we found a very large number of persons as
sembled around the .building waiting for the
doors to be opened. Many were the conflicting
observations which were heard, both as to the
eause of the oall for that meeting, the anony
mous person who had oalled it, and the pro
priety of the meeting itself. One remark, made
by a person, himself an Irishmen, struok us so
forcibly that we took a note of It: "I don't
see," said he, "any sense in this meeting. If
you addressing bis friend or me took the pa
per, and if we felt that we didn't like the arti
cle, sure we could give it up and take some
other. But I suppose there's somebody at the
bottom of this who wants to make a speech, to
let his feilow-oitiiens know that he can make
a stump speech."
About eight o'olock the doors were thrown
open, and the hall was instantly filled to over
flowing. Mr. James Walker was called to pre
side, and Mr. J. MoGroarty was appointed as
Secretary to the meoting.
The advertisement calling the meeting being
read, several voioes demanded the names of
those attached to the requisition, which, of
course, could not be given, as it was published
anonymously. Great confusion was the result.
Cries of "No one should call a meeting with
out attaching their names to the requisition,"
and some such remarks; while other voices
vociferated lustily against the "Enquirer."
At last a person proposed "Three cheers for
the Enquirer," which was more than groaned
out of order. Several unsuccessful efforts were
made, by persons in the lobby of the Hall, tn
have the mooting dissolved; while the pro
posers were denounced as vagabonds, that do
served tobe put out, by their more enthusiastic
brethren. In order to quell the exoitemont,
the Chairman put the motion to adjourn to the
meeting, which was negatived by a terrible
NO," and an overwhelming majority, j
The Chairman then nominated the following
gentleman to form a committee to draft resolu
tions for submission to the meoting, vis: Ed
ward Kennefaok, Dennis J. Toohey, Edwin
Lawless, Patrick MoEwon and Dan. Hannan.
Cries of "Coino up, Ned, and show your
self;" "Keep the brogue off what you say, or
the newspapers will make bell of you to-morrow,"
and such like complimentary and famil
iar off-band addresses to Mr. Kennofeok.
Mr. Toohey declined the nomination as one
of the committee, and Mr. James McGrath
was substituted. The committee then rotired;
hereupon a clamor was rained that Mr.
Toohey should give his reasons for refusing
to act on oommittee.
Mr. Toohey said he bad declined because,
though that was a highly tespeotable mooting,
it was called by No-body; (confusion,) and had
it been called four days later, he would de
nounce it, with more propriety perhaps, but
with no greater accuracy than he did then, "an
April fool meeting." (Confusion.) Heremem-
bcred having seen the article in the Enquirer.
He was sorry that it had appeared; especially
because it was their own paper. (Greater con
fusion.) He regretted the fact that an attaobe
of that establishment should have brought
into disfavor with his fellow-countrymen by
article of that kind. He had no idea that
writor of it intended an insult on the con
trary, he probably bad been rejoicing over
glorious memory of the Saint whose day
oommemoratcd, just before he threw off
foolish, or would-be witty effusion. (Tremen
dous uproar and expressions of indignation.)
Toohey resumed : He was not an apologist
for the Enquirer ; but he would say let every
man who felt himself aggrieved by that article
redress his grievance at onoe by discontinuing
the paper, and not by coming at tne call of
anonymous requisition to an indignation meet
ing. Cries, "It didn't eome from the Court
house;" "Nor from Western row," aire. Great
confusion. That meeting was oalled to
npon the excited feelings of the voters of
Thirteenth Ward ; but they were able to avenge
themselves, If insulted.
Calls for Mr. MoGroarty, the Secretary,
responded to by that gentleman mounting
chair to address the meeting. He said: Though
he was a small man be had got a back-bone,
Nor was he afraid to address a meeting of
fellow-countrymen, whether the requisition
which called thorn together was signed by many
or by none. Though he was rather opposed
the calling of the meeting, yet, when he
called upon to serve, be did not, nor would
objeot. Cheers. If they were offended
the article in the Enquirer, be would say show
your resentment as men and as Irishmen ;
for God's sake, show it wisely. Mr. MoGroarty
then spoke at oonsidorablo length, and
great fervor of the historical glory of "Ould
Ireland" in its religious, military, sooial
other aspects pouring forth sentiments
patriotism, whioh evidently thrilled through
the bosoms of his animated and delighted
dienoe. He finally declared that man a
who, at that hour of day, was ignorant of
history of Ireland. If he were a Christian
did he not know that tho religion
had he was depending upon the Irish
ple for it? And if they would talk
schools, why be could point them to a
when every shelter, shade and nook throughout
the lnnd of their birth was saercd to the
duties of instructing the youth in knowledge
and in piety. Great cheering. Mr.
Groarty, growing warmer on his thoine,
flung off his coat, and immodiatoly plunged
Into the dread arena of contending armies,
amid the olash of arms, he failed not to
up the gallant Irish soldier to the admiration
and imitation (if required) of that enthusiastic
audienoe. Then turning to the question
issue, he said the Irishman might be guilty
many errors, but he was never guilty of ingrat
itude. The article In the Enquirer was
tended as an insult, or It was not. (Cries
No, no; yes, yes; it was; It wag not, eta.)
he would say that, if it were not at first
tended to insult the Irish people, It repetition
on Sunday looked, to say the least of it,
unfriendly. (Cries of Yes, eto.) At the
time they would not forget, In the beat of
Indignation', that they were not a little indebted
to the Enquirer perhaps tally a Biuoh a
the Enquirer wa to them. He eould toll them
of a time when every paper' in the city was
against them but the. Enquirer; (A voice:
"Whioh of the proprietor t" Confusion, "Pat
him out," eto.) .The spetker did not say they
eould Justify the article, but he wonld ay that
the calling of that meeting to denonnoe the
Enquirer eould not be Justified. '..They had no
right to come together to pass a retolutloa
against that paper; if they were Insulted, tha
most they eould do was to refuse it from hence
forth. Mr. MoGroarty continued to speak for
several minutes, on the Importance of the Irish
laborer to this country, in constructing rail
roads, felling forests, erecting palaces, and se
on and though their callings were humble,
yet their oblldren were seen to advanee la
business, and rise to soma of the highest seats
In the learned professions, and to fill olvio and
Senatorial yea, even Presidential offlce, with
Mr. Glenn oalled the attention of the meet
ing to olroumstanoes whioh oocurred a few
years back. ' When the fire of perseoutlon.
were lighted up, In Philadelphia chiefly, against
the Irishman and his religion, what paper was
it in that oity that stood their friend but tha
Enquirer? (Cheers.) Or what journal was It,
at a later time, when that oursed genius of
Know-Nothingism rose with ferocious enmity
against the Irish, that defended themT The
Enquirer. Whoever was tha author of that
artiole on St. Patrick's Day, he had no hesita
tion in saying he had neither spite nor malioe;
and, in his view, it was merely a joke.
The speaker wae compelled to desist by tha
shouts of dissatisfaction which rose from alt
parts of the room. Presently the Committee
made their appearance, and Mr. Kennebeok
proceeded to read the following resolutions:
Beeolved, That it Is the opinion of thi meet
ing that the artiole on St. Patriok'a Day, pub
lished in the Enquirer of the 18th Inst, and
repeated with additions on Sunday last, ooa
tains a gross and wanton insult to all cititens
of Irish birth; and that it is the duty of all
suoh to express their contempt - for the author
of the false, ignorant and bigoted assertions of
the said article.
Retained, That we recommend all Irishmen,
who value thoir character, and look for the re
spect of their fcllow-citisens, to withdrew their
advertisements irom and discontinue their pat
ronage in any shape to a paper so destitute of
truth, and whioh manifests so ready a will to
wound tho feelings of a large section of our
Reeolvcd, That it was not our intention in
the foregoing resolutions to refloct on any po
litical party, and that we entirely exonerate the
party, of which the Enquirer claims to be the
exponent, from all blame ; feeling, as we do,
that the author and publisher of the vulgar no
tice complained of are neither the exponents of
Democrutio doctrine nor the idol of anyone nut
The resolutions were carried by a treinendou
The Chairman addressed the meeting, but
not in favor of the action taken; and was fol
lowed by Mr. Kennefeck and another gentle
man, whose speeches we have no epaoe for,
though we took extensive notes of both. Dur
ing Mr. Kennefeck's address, Mr, Myers was
rather rudely thrust out of the meeting, which
caused Mr. Toohey to complain afterward of
the want of fair play and honorable behavior.
Tkrriblb Disastkb. The steamer David
Gibson, bound from New Orleans for Cincin
nati, and the Nat. Holmes, bound from Pitts
burg for St. Louis, came in eollision at Aurora,
about eight o'clook last evening. A number of
lives were lost and both steamers were sunk.
We could not learn, at a late hour last night,
the exaot number of lives lost, as the night
was so dark the full particulars eould not be
obtained. In our next we hope to give our
readers a full aocouut of this sad calamity.
Proceedings or the Cochtt Commissiohies.
The County Commissioners at their session
yesterday passed some small orders for an ag
gregate amount of $26 51. No other business
Smith eb Nlxou's Hall Again thla
spacious Hall wa crowded to witness the per
formance ef the ever-popular Campbells, and
of course every body was pleased. They could
not be otherwise, with such a funny man as
Matt Peel. To-morrow night they present,
for the first time in the United States, tha
Italian Opera, dressed up in burnt cork; for a
description of which, see their advertisement.
There will be fun at Smith A Nixon's to
night, and all should attend.
Personal Nr. TidmarsU, a gentle
man well known to the equestrian profession,
has been engaged by Mr. John Robinson a
treasurer and business manager this season.
A more of a gentleman or effioient business
man, Mr. Robinson oould not have engaged.
Ball cfe Thomas' Photographs, of ev
ery size, are now taken at this establishment In
Ladles and Gentlemen can get their
Garments oleaned at Treohard's, No. 150 Fourth
Most Beautlfhl Those Photographs
taken at Cowen's, No. 14 Fifth street.
Bishop, 58 Fourth atreet, call partic
ular attention to his fine AmbrotypeS.
The. resemblance between the Litho
graph of Cora De Wilhorst and the original Is
not remarkably striking the Lithograph being
much the best looking.
Sea Home Intereete on d page.
Produce Commission Merchant
: FOR THE SALE OP
Floor, Batter, Eggj, Seeds and
103 West Fifth Street,
swrordrre takea for Frnlt-Treee. mr-s
Q . C . K N I F F I N , :
Dealer la LA DO, WEBSTER eV t'O.'M
(Late Hunt, Webstar 4 Ce,',)
Improved Manufacturing aud Family
t No. 0 WKT FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI.
Wall Ion will
stand, during the eaaun of 1H.VJ, at tn
l.l-. ..I Th.tmaa J. Hiiltnn. in Covin-
ton, (opposite Cincinnati,) at lift th
S''A t.. litiurai fill mnimul
mare;' and at 114 th seeeou.aud J to Insure fur
thorough-bred mare. ,
BKBA8TOFOL Is a gray, with black legs, man aud
tail. I'ampbleta, containing a portrait of the horae,
his nedlirree. history, etc.. can be bad by applying la
Mr. Holton. or by addreastng
UfiJILLIAM U. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
w T and Counsellor at Law, Caaa nullum g
Third street, S dir Kt of tfala.