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THE NEW YORK SUN.
I .1 -.)'
ftinnabM daily, EundAy excelled, ai the Una
lluilturg, ror U Fulton and Vassaii its, nil dc.lvtr.
ed to exihncribar tn New York clt y el vicinity, at
MX aso a QVAirrtR cents- ir. "
When Mill by trial, rour IT!nt a yes r.
Circulation, 60 000 Copies par day.
TOE WIXKLY ,CN In published at TS eeut
fCtf) It) montta 111 str-gl pf I ernts.
MUSK 8. BaACli, Proprietor.
WANTED.
TTtr AXTKD-SEVKRAL GOOOD COOPERS
J - I P'-T employment oa nMtk by
1U. oa J. UCUTKHIiLbK, lSS tnl lvo Ea SOU
street. WTO 3101
WAKTED-A OOMPETKKT PERSON TO
ww attend brsldln maehlnra-ena wh will rely
wy , loua-try ana eiieeuon tor eovenceraewi,
A well fill hiuUbn to pat elides on woven i
rtWBwci . Maori
AIM
eklrte.
seWf-M
WANTED-tlT TOLTIO 0LA35BL0W
t. . P,,I, those that andraiaal botl work
Uallalhouaa. Inquire 101 Maiden hue. at) 8110
XirAKTfBSJO OR SO OOOtTgOOD FREE
atone cutters, te whom awnd wwye, and steady em-
EST"" tlll alvan. Apply WEUrVAK'rr MU
. HWIWW BTV, J
i ave, Bostea.
so via
WANTED-A MIDDLE AOED MAN
. e1r'eiireiTd,taetten1abarandrat.urant.
84 make IrieMiifarallTnaerai la a nubile hone.
MMMUlrthtt eJ01US4
TITANi" D-A CANDLE MOULD MAKER.
J"A"w bced apr-ty tmt rt ret workmen.
OflVft
BiAiaiuuBi- CU, 01 Warm rt.
TtTAKTED A GOOD COOK, WASnER
.V J"""'. M " West IStA at, don't aer.lv with.
Oat city refeianoee. e30 810
WATKD-A TnotAJTAinfA BOTTO
IITANTED 100 GIRLS FOR HOI
enontrr,et New YkFrnrdorvrtent Office, 410 I
HOTELS.
....".?"? a?"1 lammee, iq eitr ana
eJlM "t-erw emoe.j
W'VSP.0- C00D CANDfll.VKER.
?. -iJL" d,r- "ol' Broadway, alaa a young
nan who baa tome know lease of the bualn. Is
w
'ANTE D-NEW StllRT ITIONTRS-
0A. rrT -"" " " ne nirnest wave a art
orotaraA. Alio f irla U learo. aaM 14taH0
w
ataAa
ARTED TOR WnALIHQ VOTAOEal
W afta thai - - - - -A a.a. a
Mukaitillfc
',fl,7!, ',,l', Annirlaan man and mrnntM-
Mttn afOnnAT Amai latat mb a . a
inna. and aawrw ix . . fz
.. ..Mja uiwh Hna vrpMntma.
- - -rrr 'isKiri '.
alMMaanni
apj ot Tirna aa,
WANTED GIRLS TO OPERATE OH
Ororrr Rakra acrlna maahlnoa. and to work
"lirAKTEDLADIES TO LEAK TO OPK-
nCS.T!sr'' .iwr wi'rn' wi"
rfrmaimnaM torituatJona aa oparaiora wbaa
-- t " lWirk Kna BracKiQH U HUMIM.
1 ' T?i?,,? I V l "$.? marhlnaa
aaitoM. lawlra aa lil Alias rt. nrar Da
av va'im
Vlf ANU LADlKa 1 JLJUUIH n (Jf-
. araio aa Biairara, Wk
IJwal orrlnii aaublaaa; praoaiaa natU aarfact a all
"TH..wwr na racwnimanaaa w anopo bln11na
anhl,V!Jir-'nJ,I?.h pwfiTwjira
nr,"' ; djr. and aVr C aranlna: tartna. lie al-
klnda
aaaakinaa
rQrandat.
WAJnTO-JaT WALLACES OFTICE
". kaaat.BrMkJTa.oaaka.ahambarinalAL .
aa, aonamrkara,
Uona In Braokim
andaountiTviaaai
amajl airla. aM. tar wMillan ith.
I and lta vlflnlt. ImijMH. I- !
15? twoaavil Btatla wUa aAalmt a-rranli
roefMit anrrnata.
ataaawnM
TyAHTED 100 QIRL8 TO MAKX BOH-
,Tf. rly Uoaa anm.alnlad with iha buainant
wa4tliifwtaAatolarn. aall (aaa'lTI
WASTED LADIES TAtSUBT IDOPKR-
aUoaiAliurarX TThmiar Wlkwn'a amrlna ma
VnatirBlaim'a lata taacbar; practlaa nntll aarfacl
m an klnda of work and nrammradad a plaem Itrt
twaiBa-Madtaa. tasking and hmnnlnf i!ao InaUd
'ltopTaraoplldwtthtlab 1 ap.
neon U O roteaiaa at alaa opanani wwaaaA aMkaaa
TTTAHTED TOUHU rrTEH WISHUfO TO
! ftSwtfordoTaa tnnuirehant
tndlna ablpa, br applrlnd at 11T goutb at Tha ha
wai bjU nuaaiparieuaa at aaa wratarrad-aaU waaWIM
".TASTED PERSONS WUO WISH TO
a ' kaa laaanna on gl mWi arnHnj paehlpn, Tarma
tar. aa4 laanwd waUia tba tnalnm, and ranm
g?JJ atandr piaaaa, laanlro at a DHaMnat,
A GOOD MAM M'OMr-V WANTED
-"-(lali! ,0,, o'toatlona; ood ,un (llrla lalnlr
luiilad. aud amall firla waotd Untaodlatrlt, at tbl
IiaituVi and Uuiur, Hi Elarootbit, cor Cik r (Jail
raillu(i'lro. aJUtCKS
CONFECTIONER WANTED A GOOD
nVadr ronfactlooar for ran work and ornament
v, fan flnrfrt.adrwork.br atpblnj to WILLIAM
AIL. Bronkl, n, oorarr 1 ultoo and Carlton avaa.
awW yiin
JIKL3 WANTED-UIIOS ARE WANTED
yJIniinrdlatflr for him of tba beat famlllra ap-town.
Ako for plain fanulli'a, botrla, and boanlina-bouaa. In
ctf 'and coiintrr O'Jjon fan, SO oauU Aprir at U
tUUiara. U. MASON. auSaiae'l'V
GIRLS WANTED FOR THE UE3T 8ITTJ
allona aa oooka, Lbamhrrnialda, nnrana, and houao.
woTk. No naad to ait lu tba otttoa -aura co ba ruited.
teal modrrata. Kind and rtwprtAbla trfatinnut at
thtow and rmpfcublo oinw, 0 8UUi ar. ai&iMUT
vsw a.mn'r iiidvbifd w utr. ......
A i dlatlr nouo but tlia kMt worken nrad aip'r, aa
yaa d enta aarh lor Irouina pltiu anirt, trllLi
uDauTULK8,uullroadaar. HiorlSi
T) nATTERS-W A N T r D-SIX GOOD
allk hat floUhara i exuntant ainpl.Trriaiit upon ap.
Illation to V. litlWT A CO. M Boutb 1 .Ith rtVrhO.
dophia. iU j.jj
T) rOTTERT MEN WANTED AT THE
ir il ,"!u"' ?P'7 ' ' Naaaao at, a man to
taala colmnay topa Ao. front moulda aiV 11111
J) SILVERSMITHS A GOOD PLATE
woxaer waatM. Btaadr rruployiuant (lri-n to a
waatM. Btaadr rru
fUilrrara raulra.!
Ki JJ,"4. WfT rauui. Apply
Appljr to vvm. J.
aaiii.a.rt, iv aaaldon Irti'iif, up atalra.
auzv ii'iw
i TAILORS WANTED TWO niTSIIEI-
lS!?,-' atOBiI aian routaut ami'lof m.'iif, at 1
EatWdat r ',.i,ii
-A. m
jfc7-A PARTNER WANTED IN THE
'i .?"".' 1 " orrtrr. dlulnic and drinking
aalmn,wltb aand botl cuatonu w hnra ha can maka
ite 2X """ Arp1y w" "'$&'?"'
MEDICINES,
IrRTflE P1IES "
. l)B.n'llH'B VEnBTAaauaTDAATIaa
errtut rui f. titLa In amry f'-rm and navlilt -o. ru
tula. riMirM dtwan, and UUxntiimt of tha
?'?'' W",Jfff1l of oa(l"Ctl or badir traatMl
IMa Whan a(tllctl vltb aithar of tbiaa dUrnaalna
andlanarroua aflactluna, ihepatint n.urt anna- It tha
Dnonr pararKiallr. at bu ulBon. fml r""'inb at Tha
IV??!?"" & "l" " ' oftwtiona riwultlot
frnutbladla,ai,aollcltdfor traaiurnt Or I'nliam
! aicular prualrlauj baa dvantad p-clal aMntloo to
tbljtlaai of h'ctlooa for nion than XI reara, and
SaiUeonaultil at an? hour of thfidar.at hi. II ad
, alOfflca, K7. fourth at, rl door front tha Howarr.
b"t iowary and Uroadway. ayit
Pillf ANNIHILATED
ALL PAIN Cl-B.tr UKU uioia
11a cnaMal dlaooTcry la Cnouical or Vidlaal SU
auwtla
HXRTSIIORNE'S CURE ALL. IT CURES
BhavtaaUtn and NwrabU.
HAKTSnORNES CURE-ALL CURES
Palnj In tha Uniba, 8WV or Bf k.
HARTSnORNE'S CURE-ALL CURES
laralna, Brulaaa, Bealda, Duxua.
HiRTSlIORNL'S CTRE-ALL CURES
Ciunpa, Col la, l'aioa In tba Stomach,
HiRTSIIOBNE'S CUaE-ALL CURtS
routiutche, Earacua, Btia Nck and Bora Throat.
HaRrtmOKNES CURE-ALL A GREAT
Taala for a Weak Btaiuact or lloaaJa.
TH I S WONDERFUL PREPARATION
ktd opan tha bouaa, niuaclaa, alnawt a'id blood,
and V lta warnuna tuaauctlo altctrt power, aipil. all
laln from tb errtm. (in. a bottle and trr t.
)ar.w, to aud bOaauU butUa Mold at tha Inp ,
A40UKOAI.WAV,ouao-,TaabOTaCul atxaot,
ai1rlu9
ILES PILES PILES A 1 DOlTLE
wfdaaralatvarrcaaa or the monay will ba ra
turnU. Cail or adeea UUdoLV, ltO Ureanv rt. Now
York. a.d fllu
THE OBF.AT PAIN ANNUIlLATOa
:r UABToIiO&Mai CltUS-ALLcoulJ (peak. It
araold lay t
, Wtilat moat Phylclau. tka uoutha to .lay. I re
nnreallpalnlnhalfanay.'' "'--
m u-nAin aiiouNE cure all i. no o,.-k m.
dicing It U prrpaiixl by eClemi.t. S anl tw eanta
btttl. roll at .V aW llroadway, abova Canal at.
a"l
THE INDIAN DOCTOR, 47 LUDLOW
at, who la niaklpf fainoua ruraa ofaero'nU, bu
Jrnora.aoiaa, liver, lui a. rbaumatia aud klduvy aom
plalnta, and fan ale dlaaaeaa. l"ea a Wloa fran, and
mnula hia ruadloloaa. Try him. tf you wl.h h-alto,
TO LABORINO MEN AND WuuEN-lV
row anBer with any pain from apralna, bralaea.
i--:--r -r
lS"" 1I!B' f b" "- -t a lttl. of Uarta
fi"'i.u,.","J,wA' InaUntla eurad
a 11 and W aaota. Try ft. Ta ba had U iU
Uroadway. ona aq-iara abora Canal at, afu allS
USX THE ORAFENHERU MEDICINES
AID NO OTHPRS.
THa, gjurrsruiiuia VKOKatiBU YUAM.
rtUCM kh CCNTB A HOI.
tfi-.
na) taaa u ma worm, ana art
I u tba wo. id, anjar aartaia U our la
i rouowtna oieaaeaa y
Ooans kUna-Conatl p
TivDaeatlon.
CaA&ntfBKaUj
w, ton TOBK.
. artpiipaia riaaxpnra-.tiaaaacBe
Fawara atfatrBlnmaan
Ulloua Dltaaaae -Qla-
TlDa3lWllVjlpilUl
a M. fwrniiTTrt, tta io
mttmrm
m tt
NUMBER &199
FOR SALE.
CABINET MAKER'S LUMBEB-A LOT..OF
VH'Mj-.ynjh.tlnrhanl whltawoni rharr plank:
alao I and 4 Irvh aah plank-all thoronahly aMmad
forlrusrdlatanaa. Thu lumbar will ba olter-d for a
raw dar; only, at a har.aln, at tha yard foo of ttoo.
ton at, E.B. from M too o'clock. aW 1131
FOR SALE CHEAP A SIX nORSlTuP
rlrht anrlna, with flwA boiler and all tha tttnraa
enmplrU and In rood worklnf orrior. for VML Mnat
ba eold hamadlai. ly Apply at (0 OaaM'onrt at br
Oraanwtth and Waahlnaton. aalt r84
PJR SALE-A LOT OF BOILER FLUES,
M i4 Insa. by M Inahm In dlaaietar-anHb'a fr
!?n?i!l?f".?,,' " "nok fuaka. Apply to B,
roOLMMO Water at, M.Y. anJarilb
SEWTNQ MACHINES FOBJULE THREE
of Blrurrr'a awnnlno No. 1 fart roacd, la parfaat
ardor, M to $10. llowaa, all a'aM ahaap for Men.
AU marhlnaa warrantad ona yaar. faapnlrfnf prompt
ly and faithfully dooe. Bilk naadlaa, nnttlaa, Aa .(
ala. Ml timet, naar ttraad. MOOKS AOO.aVrl
CEWTNO MACTIINES HEW AND STO-
naaara, waaaaar wu-
fehanrad atn
TT4 Canal at, ft 4
fenanra4 and ra
tten
OEWINO MACnrNES-'SINOER'S, WDEEL
J r A Trilnon'a and Onm A Bakar'a, all rlaaa M
kaad. cNp for own and warrantad t alaa bnanm fold,
ara, ahottlwa, naadlfa, aaa. Marhlnaa bona ht. asehana.
ad and rawairad, hw tt A. UUaUIM. lis Broadway.
room. M4a-t4 '
rJX) MAUONS aND PLASTERERS 4.000
X bnebala (oat and tattla hair foraala. Fraah (oat
pair rrom tannanm ovary nay, avoo aa a piau"rrnt ta
al
tjal
laadaouod.
0mll
aatr, ta cw, per nnanai aaa-
btr. It rim. vr buhaL T'TM " on twlrfrr
JJOLWN.IU.US
xarmaaaan on twit-err
tM Wawt Wth at, bat, lOtk
at4aaalia
IIOUSEKEEPINO.
A LW ATS AHEAD I
fX AOR
GREAT OROCtBY EriTABUSIDtEItT,
WINES, TFAB. OBOCEKIEll AND ntOTTSIOXB.
J " Heronnbar tha NoTber. fS
0.ir) fAMfLV rLijCR. lo$J pubaxraL
TEA -Bid Blatk and Oro Taaa.
l?li?E5-T,,l'1B''o",' r
f.'L.1.' rarlnar-a prlcea. MOLABSP.a.
.,,ft'rl.0 " urM. And aTtrrtbtaa alaa In
tha Orooary Una ahaavar than any otboratora la the
TlinMAK L invrw ib.
WTloleaala and
OKP.KNWlC'll
aal tt4Mlttl
IMall Dealer In Flna nmarrlea, M
B TKEBT. and s9 Murray etreei.
POLUMDIANHALL
VL CARPET WAREnOCHB.
WaaraoflatinatorrAga. "ua
PKI KnKIATAPtHTKV tURPrr" a...IM t$l W
THRFKPI YTAl'KoTBYlIUIaAlN...Wolo I It)
A.LkJ?SJ'.,s'AlMl inatoTfta
COITON A WOOL kBatotte
A irood aaaortmant of Baft, Mala, Tahla and Piano
Covera.
Prnyrata fmm ona yard to four yarda wide
HI aaaa'lhl AJJAMsA Bl-KNUER, 181 Onaaat.
LADIFS'RDrFLES FLUTED' AND
CKIMFKD. AT ':ANLBr.
J, AT tCANIL
BOLTU "IDH.
w 80 flXi
NEAK DTD30N BT.
STOVES, STOVES STOVES OF ALL
klnda for eookloj and haaUna. for aala ahaaaar
than anywhara In tba cltr, at tha oil atand. No. Car
ulna eC-Na. , No. don'l mlaUka. aalS liaa13
SKIRT SPRINGS WIRE KEELED, BOLL
ad, drawn and tamparad at abort aotloa on rear
aonabla tenoe; a rood arllala rtiaraataad. 1 Cham
"KiJ. "". Yerkj laotorr Paaaraoo, H. J. WM.
CKOB8LAND. uMPlIl
fX) EMBBODIERERS FINE CUT, nARD
X arood eUmpa for marklotaU klnda of amkroldarr
In rreat variety of patturna. Thaaa eUmpa ara proved
MthebeatandqukkeeC.br mar klo( on ana aturt. To
ba had at Ml Canal at. Urn doon waat of llowery.
a8 lt)9
WET GOODS JUST RECEIVED CON
. ..;w,noll'raoehniorlnoa,aUooloraj rich rolor.
" '. 1 ,wralbla Shew U. Urapery.Muelln, HUnketa,
krrlno Bhlrta, and M boaa, linon towel,Ubla rlotha.
Ac, fi ir aala ivary low tor caah, by JAMES B tMPLI.
eJOfli! aOCathariaaat.
xitoveh and xxczlsior skirts
. Mm. DaMnREST-f Bklrt Maanfaetorr and)
Whelaaal Pepot.Ho Broadway. Betel I etorea-tw
Canal at and 1W. flowery. Beat wovwa aklrta. 11 etard
vwa aklrta, I
Lad tae will
prlna-a,wl
remeribar
with buatla, for
r&X;
teGL'ter
438
QREENWICH ST., JUST BELOW
"J Canal, la tha plara to rrt woo a wood bam
!1 r,'."l,u, I" t f ho frarrantod and doll
FOWLltk A EKIrFlM. aaa iao1
Uml of
Fam
VPT-
a.
IMaolU
rVT. nLB- FLOUR, EXTRA AUD DOU-
rantal and drllvararf, good butter. wOaria. perihi
Oraraara. biet.K3 toUSo per lbs a treat eavtna on all
foode, at tba rreat rhear.et.-re, &J3 goeond are, cor.
Mhet. WM. 1L BUEHrTOOD. nV&.
BOARDINO
A FEW GINTLEMEN, OR A GENTLE
man and hla Wife Can tie ene.irninnilKte.1 .Ith .lu
aarit rot.nj and rood hoard, at modorata chere, at 4.
Kuiliran at, niar Caul. aott S.lll)
A HALL BED-ROOX TO LET WITO
twfiairrl A twaiA .. .. . M J- .1 w. . a.
wiioworkautof the hoj aleo a littla alrl would b
Ukrn to board. Aiply WI Thirl ara, cor. of it hat.
A FEW GENTLEMEN CAN BE ACCOM.
moiated wl'h anod obaUntlal board, la a raawaot
alila lorelity down town, at J per week. Inonlra at
at) Kaat Broadway, batwaan Mar Let nod Catharine etc
-tans
A FEW BESPFXTTABLE MEN CAN BE
arontuniodatod with rood board and pleaaant
rooma ror a a week at 6 Thnmpenn et aleo a room
nubia lor a man and hi. wife. Btr.nreranUJ Bad
UiU'pUca qulot, and couvanlaat to bueltraa.
aert4ac36a
A OENTLEMAJBT AND WIFE anna hit
. atualo autlum.ai aaa ba aoaoouxtodatad witk
hoardialfaa.faw.day boardan ruriaalri Voornil
wnrua inooaraU
aaoara.
-wr aa I Pwrar aUnoar rr-nklUt
ealtana-aot
A QENTUatAN AND WITK OB TWO
au (aniarmna aaa ba aoaommodatad with board
wlwrathaaomfhrtaofa bomaaaaba aauorod Aleo a
raw day Iwardare. Apply at -, at fa. niS
A FEW rUEiiKCTABLZ IfXH CAB K
. ewwrawiia wit, cMTW WBW epaOta 8
roonia, at 110 Third ava, M bmaa from ittb at. Twi
al weakly, Ui adraaoa laoulra la tba atorn, aalM
.airy
B
OABD FOR TWO RESPECTABLE ME-
cnaulra, oretor.nien, lu aa Euelleli family.
Iirni.a In adraiica. Uiunarat OX o'cloea. Ap.fy
at HI Perry
JUS'lua
BOAHDING-A FfcW TOUNU MKN CAN
l onnift rtahly aooommodatod with good board ard
pi uii t ruoma. a'eo a law roun ladloa. Apply No fW
uroorna rt, naar Varkk. ta 1'IOU
BOARDING-J OR 8 MEN CAN BE AC
eooiiuudated with good board and eorcforUbt
roonie, wnera uura u uo cntl ran and only a few
bntrdrre kt pti a'.o a .nrnlalied bwdroom for man and
wife, at ltd 1
0 Thirl ava, held 18 th and 11th At, fir out
aaa.
cata'Ul
BOARD ON BKOCKLTH HKIQUTS
Pleaaant and deatrabta rou a may ba bad al Ml
lllcka at,eultahla for famllleal alnclo fentlamaa.
Ilouee anoU lna , bath, Kldaawood water. Aa, near
Wall aud nouthPerriea. Ta tboaa daalriae tha com.
w .uuwsiiij.Niirwji laroraoea optortaolty,
aoonerata
BOARD AND EDUCATION AT TUB KS
UbUahruautof Mra rAMARlSCIO aataothat,
betwaau 4ln aud Lralnrtoa avaa A vary few yooni
Uulnw only ara rwlvad aa boardara. oomblolaa tho
oomforlaof boana wkth tha rwauhuity of aohool Kaf
areaoaa of tha hlabeat reapwttahlllty alran and ra.
qureA Far alrauiara addrwea aa abora.
aat Maa-lea
OOARUIMj 1 OM I GENTLEMEN UA
L1J navaaood board and earta, airy roooia. wbara fa
boardiwa ara only kept, alif bare tha oomforta of a
met hath and ru, Aa, la tha hooaai tame moileraU.
Apply Iviraarta ava, aaai eVth at, aaUl lat
DOARl)lNO-UENTIJaCKll AND WIFE,
i.J alao a fow yonni man, aaa ba aaonrnrnodatad with
aood board and pleal rootna at 1 10 Third a venae,
where tba anmforta of a bom may Iwurr llaed.
liUaa I
HOTEL LODGINGS AT THE GREENE
Btre.i Ho aa. No IU for .Inula faolleiaeu, at
SI tft to a aai k, or US caula a nlht Blrauim. and
otheraalllflud IbU aqulet place to atop at t meaU at
all h.iora. IKANC1B KIPftNaH, cropriator, lata of
th Manhattan Uouaa, Contra ek a) I'let
LODGING 10 CESTS CLEAN, COMFORT
able eintie bade, at 10 on u par alane. Oeutlaioao
and wllo I oanU full ueela,ll oeta, al r'arnell
Uouaa. II Lanrana rt. naar tnal eat JeH
M1
RS. FAMAKISS' BOARDING AND DAT
J.f-Ul .-- l.dlu 1A t. a,uL ..
Fourth ftud -nlntni - rili rMiu m Mouday
wapt-B.
al yaacaiaO
rpWO OB THREE TOUNQ MEN CAN BE
- acd.mn.ndetM with pood bard and coi.ifortablo
rooaa wiaia ihey ran maka lhanuMlvta at bomei
tarma molerata. Aptly at Monro it. aoSOaVl
152 5f)r JUL TOUHO MEN CAN
a-iy have too board, food bada. with tha aaa
of a blaaaant parlor, at n MpTwkTbdT JnTlar
douhXoThoard without kd(l7 laWaoati. 2.
Mnaa Canal and Uraad -. kaaaUd
ADVERTISING AGENCY.
TOHN HOOPER CO.'S
CITY AND COITI-Y
AbVEBTlBlNO AOK-NCY.
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tha imiriU) gTAT-t
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palrad; ladtaa taftmadfto oparaia,
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THE NEW YORK SUN.
SATfRDAT M0RXIX0, OCTOBE S 1, 1859.
F-rrwwat Mate f Mrxtraa Affair.
Th Nw Orlaaoj mail, of which rveral daj-t'
nrplr hkre rracfceJ n at th urn Una, place
U In toasaaalon f Nw Orleant fnperi and ,.
rtapcndrnr-, which ftrntih th foHowtng lator.
matlon, A MinUtitUn corrMpondent, 16th,
MJII
Tha Aurora Tlore!lirar,WrvJa Vera Crtta, at
In other p area to to av.uth, but It wa. only for a
ahort time vialUo, en aorount of th okmjod etata ,.f
tho atmoa4t. "
Tba cruua for th tnlutlon of th Mrtiean Imhr-vla
U aprrnacbing a a alow but inn pa.,. Miaii.m
Uv. In nor of sr tun n.onejr fma Ih. r W rjy. an.1
0.0t Itunwdutoly, arj uter lAooo.ouo morii
Jraan tea haeel alllila hopea upon aaaUUrxw! froTT
tt.fnltedBU.-a, auJ th. nU,Tof UrkVS. T.JV
da I. kxAcd u,.,n aa th only HKlbl aaJ ration of U
Mr. Mrhtn' nefc-otlatlnni ar ,n known to you.
T "l .f1,u - treatv, wrhnlavar may
t, J??." "I I'Un t th lira of tha racrwt.
.e'2 ?lh, tT,2'l iTrrTVmnt- "in therefore,
thaaUofllarfrorUhavaboanlnvalth. Mlnl,rtor
leavrtndl.rtit,nd without hiring acoonii)Ue4
anvLiipo.
. r "I17- ."-" Jl1! mltrlaft on awnttnt of 11
health, but It ta vail known that hla health waa never
bettor than during hla etay In thia omintry. Wa have,
roomivar. In Mr. M.Xaae'e own word, while ao
Hirnlnglatur city, a auffie'ent if lanathm of hla
midden derartura. He aald, "I am dlaaatuiftaxl with
the rouras which the Jraaita A.tn.liUtratb.n la Mir
aitmg toward th IniUd BUtaa; I will n. rorrnlt
n.ylf to be liumbuinrcl, aud ahottld my govern
niit ti pnirlj ruaUln ror, I atuill Iromcliatcly
Th Cfrrx'pon.lcnt of lite Kew Orloatu fr4
cmf, ditlng from Vera Crui, Ctb, lay i
Mr. McLifti had aemlomciallT reidgTied, and will
nerrr com back t- Mexico, ttnlcaa under duTeiaul
aua lc , lta luu bicn m,wt avandati.ualy docelrnl
bilh here and at home, and iinleaa h can bring Mo
riiinaNun to Iho ta-k of d.4ng aaiwthlitg, or Jpa
it.ithXoo,tvof kerlng a pnanlw, there 1 an
end r the nueelnn. In tl.e aboance or a deviled ul
timatum fn.ro Mr. RrrnawAN, whh h woul.1 allow hint
t.teer, "Ihithufr flgut," ha la uaelau here,exccit
aa a rnillte rhararuu t- ga'laut th Iroautlo of Bou,
Aanaua i Trrt a about on Me dj.
. ".". ?L"?.,"Vt. thalaUknoaa,or Impa'twl health,
hmried tha Mlnlatcr IT, but to ua on tua ai thia U
a I gammon. I ant n,t blind nor tiaer-alghted, aud
when I aaw Um a fow daja arf i ba b.kl .mite htal
tbr, aa.l waa nally lively. Ha had vlaitnl up and
down tt coaet, had gl living, -a bath aud
bn era, frequent curaion on th Ilrunklyn, an.L
v. Ithnl, a very pleasant Un.o of It i m uiver, he haa
kept good onny, bwn wltli the wontii, and hob
nobbed over cliauigQ Juat Ilka a well man, too
much to Impnaa on a clear-alghtad In dividual hk
your corrraKiudeut.
Tb. blahor of th. vtrbmt dlnceara of Mortco wer
rrcetitlr aaMmblcl tiMnthee t,w.,t.irte nr iv. ..k.
bmLnti lu tli city of Me J loo, to conalder the merit
and demerit of th war. Th vole of tbo Church la
atlll for war, though lta r-H-keti clamor loudly
agalnat th ekr.ae. The lalrr are willing to
Me tha alanghter goon, and pray for a blooly war,
but thry are an mlaeriy with their caah that I might
ily fear they are not only hating tha country, but
they ara baling caato. Eratyhody aaya, glv it
utouer, and the rev,uutinn ahaa 1 nut .in. -n.
thou.lt all thl gaa la for their tenant, to main
tain their odlnua preaartpUoD, yet they fa to
make thaao cunlary aacrlAoaa which are
needful to bring alemt auch aanguhutry re
ulta. Th Arcbbuihnp prorawad to 11 the war out
onc-iutract to any arty who wuu'ddtth rwuih
work chaapeat. Mia.., waa tha only bl.lder, an.1
bo pioiuwd. In eoiiableratlnn of tha eim , tou.vno
lu taar, and IS.lwO.oiK) in abort IneUIImeuta, to but
au and to Ui row, and reinauta tha church in it.
I'trmgatlvea. Now, 1 hare but little doubt of Miaa.
von a aucceea, if the Chuich ahould ootna d n hand
aomaly aud .tick up to hlin oeiragvatalyi for tho
man who yl bt-et, yxU th blgeet crowd uf a4
llera behind him In thia country. II it, unfortunate
ly, a dlaaeuting voice waa raiawl, and th Hlahop of
Mungla aai.l, "fcl th war take cere of it-lfi w
Iuit wid out enough ntonav ( wa ara cheitad on at
ahlcaf" That rnutonc told Ilia atory, andth bal
ance T tha aceelon waa In I.I InaecroL
Uttera from Mexico rrlat a "tranaactloa" bi.twn n
MiEiKoa and tba Arubbl.p, which reriectaon th
houeetv of th one and the aagaUty of Die other. Th
nnerabl pntlata waa lu del, or rathor Miaanoa held
liia j aper for toii.oou, yal,ia in on year. Ua laTond
bi abate theaa obllgationa at tha rata of M ir ooul.,
which Miuhor agreed to, and tin Archblahop paid
Into tb tieaaury. Ha then lent for hla taitea, and
waa ratliar aabulalied to find that Mnuana luvl juet
aold Uietn to a broker at a diaooust of SO ir cent.,
tlicrcby oblalulng within If, per cent, uf Uielr full val
ua. Hla reverabn waa full id anger, andamuht t)
!rvtet, but th not ar lea ouuld do nothing for hi.u.
New rwkllrallaa.
Tmk Lost Awn Fdipd, on Liiit Amo'.i th
rtHi. i!w finmtirt II. a(lf.i7. N,w York:
Ikaauan A MaaoN, rublUhera, J10 Ilmadaay.
TLa author ttatci that he la a mlaaionarv ,f
the manaKers of tto "Horn for tho Fiton.Ua."
With Hi .xferirnca derived from uch a poi
tlon, whKh constant! ou to hiin many
acmes of dittreaa ahut out from the Reneral com
inunity, he seeks to prevmt an exhibit of fact.
Tho volume U therefore luostlj- a coiiifilatlon of
little) life sketches, rlniply told, but vf much in
terr"t. It haa, howetrr, alali.atlcul And otlurlnforrna
tlon rrlailnirto New York, vli.: Iho Alm.
house nd 111 operations , tho Sanitary Associa
tion ruotemrnta, Including the J.nnlclU of New
Turk i the diseases and general mortality of the
city its In temperance, paiiwrUm, vie ami
crime, ,, r,, which Is of hlli Interest to ill
of our citizens, and of which, al .lifflront times,
otir journal may tfve extracts.
Tim BrtPiaf 11. a ! VarM Uurnt. New
York Haarn it ilaoruaas, 1'ubtaheia
This Is a hislury of KuicUnd, from th earliest
time to tho revolution In 1CM, with reararchri
of recent lliatorbns contlnuo.1 down to IHjrt. It
Is got up In cruel form for student and sihoo!
use, and is well illustiatod by woo. I engraving.
T Tnriaani Maactu lit Tal. P. Skafnr,of
A'rnrurlj. New York! rtioxtr A Riaeaxb, 1'ub
llahcra, t Jclm at.
'Ihla Is a complete hletoryand descrlpliuit of
the Semaphore, lUectrie, and Mai;netlc Telii
Kraphs, anciest and modern, of Kurope, Aula,
Africa and America. 1!a boA h pd up In a
neat and most substantia! meclianlial at tie, l-e-ln
intended iu au 6TaU.r's text-Look Ihroutjli
tut the land, as aUoa conilet rectrd of th
Intention as It now exists. The engravings
and authorship are an h nr to secure this result,
and Its merits w ill alto secure fur it a nic'ie
nmung the most uutid aclcutillc work of the
day.
Tin Dur Riioruaiia, akd onir aTr.UKS, r.y
I HUip litrttll. Nw York M. W. lx.no, Tua
lUhar, IX llrnad'ay.
Biuixiaa inii Buaainaa, aa Ui.u.TatTiin ta th lln
ti kT or Noma CuaaacTaHa. Iij luv. Krtkuti
Xeali. New Yjrk : H. Vf. poi, rubUaher, hwl
llruadway, '
Iheao are two small volumea fur JuveuiU
and Sunday School srrt I. e. '1 he matter in them
U altiiitlt and judiciously acWte.l.
Tua Ttanira's Aesn-TeNT. ISy Charltt .Yorlkiml,
A. M., author of " Tha Tea, her and Parent," Ao.
Ifcertou . Caoenv Niriinia A Ct., 1 ihliahera Ngw
York P. C. IlaoXMCl, til) lln-dwity.
This Is Inten.lwl to be a collection of hints and
methud iu echool dincijilinn and instruction. It
U oompliaed iu a series of familiar letters to or.0
eiitcrinu hpon the lestter's work.
Tin Ansau an Lira Aasta MaatiiNS. The 0
tobrr bitnbtir la irsue.t.
"Maerta Uianim'n Cbora." This one of HiokiVa
publn.at.oi a, ia Jut lanued In lnauaua'a thoap
uufurui elylo,
Ili.At'Kwoou'aMtaiiiKa. The Septemlwr r print Ls
jtut Iwutl by Ltoitaan bivrr d. Co., TV fullon
atrttt
Auuicta Mini' ii.OiTT Th Kt,lier uuml-fr
U publmhed by 1) Mmmuiiu U.lbX, M 11., ita cu
ter, at W Luion Buaro,
Aiiaaviv M.iktiilv. Tba Oiiolxr nurulatr Is aut,
IhacfdlUnaof I'lit.Lira, Haurhu. A Co., lu fur.
tuer imbliahrra, Lav oouaentud bj IU preaiut ewu
by In Aaaigueea.
KkihtSKMaiivK Mkw or tuk New TriTA
asT. Il'j Utorut V. floldirm. If. It. New Yorkl
llLiknua A Mam.n, 1'ubllahera. 810 Dnavlway.
1 hla Look haa rather a novel charMteriatic,
Th noted chartcters of the New Testament are
taken up $aial!in and characters applied to tLm
In avoidance ttilh the .ILtlnctlve traits of their
lives. Thus, Joan tho Baptist U portrayed at
"lb Herald Preacher," IUnop, u the Sensual
man; Prryjt, as the ImpuUir man; Jen as, at
th ATaiicIouimani Joiip, ajthe Beloved man;
TiioMie, aa tha Douburj Nkouemps, m the
Bellftious Inquirer; Axabiaa, 14 th Llsr; Sri-
riiKK, at th Mart; r DoacoDi AakirrA, as tV
Almot ChrUtUnj and Paul as th Great M.n,
KiYcTTBaxiUT:m-. II. Wilsow, Putllaher,
m Broadway. Thia id a Mauual c I all tha luatitu-
Wona, Organlsatlona, Boeiottaa, Lluaa of Travel.
do-, A., Ac wtt bu , dty auouula,
NEW YORK, SATURDAY. OCTOiJER 1. 1859.
UP. f)rkain-4k lrlr .Harder.
Iht New Orleans MrTepon.rPt of the Charks
lon Covritr, wti'lngfrom that city, Sept. 20th,
Mill
I t jtxninir, al a'- it a.piAHer paat eight o'clock,
tl well Vflnwn Dr. Ropiar M. (lin waa ahot In
an afTiay wlih Mr. Ekaaay Tot ma -at. Probably tbar
haaneeurred In this city, for th last ten yaara, no
rrbt tl at iiaa crtaUJ so much scuwtl.m, or excited
to much comment.
!r. tilArtAlf wait tlhfortnnar In belnw AVeeeoma
now and thtn with a creng, mortdd longiiig for
B.pion atd when under the Inflvienee of this atruulttl
he, tdhetw laera'm, quiet, oottrtAnia, a thomtigh gen
t crran In tlemranor and piarance, became oliati
Date, hot Leaded, quarrrjantiie, dangeron. His snoe
Hot t Juration and ak.HI aa a phyaiclan, fine Into 11
frnee, pltaaaut ma iner, bandanm, dlgnrned person,
and hiffl.lv rertwrtahla and Inftuantlal ennnavlooa
here, made htm very popnlan and hie grlevntia weak,
neaa a as born with for hla many good 'I'lalltlce, arxl
the ettrm had for bla family. It was oftart prwlbicd
to Mm, however, by bl owa friends, that he would
die by violence, or, as on of them t .Id him, "(lat
in, n.ark me, yott will die In yonr boots aid In tha
fntter." The prediction has been voriued t j tha lot
pr. Ir. Ciunati'a name la known tbrmiubnut tha Tut
ted Ittatea, from hla killing Mr. Lnaiao, in jiw York,
when Intoxicated, from hla trial, crmdcssjlMlon, fen
trlaonment, anion and release. Hla ra-appearance
In his old baiiota here created a siogu'ar annaation.
I never shall forget the first time 1 met hint, after
t.bt rrtntn fmm his northern priwtn. Ha stood In
front of a dnig store, that for many years was at
the comer of fit. Cbarloa and Cnnimmi stroeta, and
In which he lin.1 an lnlerret. It was a gathering
I .lace for many street loungers and poULclaiw. 11
a.1 born aeen there year alter year when h
wnl to New York, and wtale lit ptlann, bla
Iwrtly fotm waa much mimed I It waa mt known
that be was giHng to onrno tck, and I was fairly
atari ed, when, ou turning th comer ou mortdi.g,
I aaw I Im In hla old p'are, In hla usual easy attitude,
eking Juat tha same, rtgar In month and ama'l can
In hamU-only a deathly ja'lor hail repac.t tL
tinal I ra thy eo'or of hla face. Tlia Now York a.rne
t f blood flaahed over me l 1 avetted my head, paawd
in.
The rame Impression was no d.aibt pr.lnceil on
the community g. nera'ly, and for a long Um thu
a!tl!fced roait was a stranger lit th commu
nity whert h had Hveil so long, where ther had
len en nn ny to glr him a cordial grasp of th
land. He aormed prepared for this i IwJ no daibt
luadr up hia mind to do It, and rhapt ha I a aecrt,
defying pltantw In atajlng In bis ml haunt, and
attending, with ai'ent pride, tt th ditiea of hla
profeealim.
Ora.tua'ly a change of feeling came over th masa
of nur eitirriia In regard to tha man; we ar a warm
I carted, sjnqathrlietwor'e, If wear hot-head. 4 i
and the re.ctvnr), on. J.tnielro cmirae itira.n d by lir.
(liiiitu, bis atttntion to his pnreai,ioti,hla avoid ,n.-
of hla fi.nni r wraknraa, after awhile tndnce.1 many
tnf.gtwhatha.l paaaid, and th dm tor regained
much of hla old imclal a.iiiiintance aud a larva share
of t'n.fewiional patronv.
Iltit the morbid erat uig for at'mtilii, t'n)ugh onco
qirnrhid In lihaaj, eisild not In cured. It can
back arura vthlle, and It Iweane known that Doctor
tlsiiuu had ocenalonal relapais Into his old habl. of
Intoxication. Sb.ll be cntrlred n to let thia be
aern almit th ttreeta, and thnaigh tha Inlhianeeof
tils family and friends, be was a year ago elected by
the Aiurrlran raity, llty rhyslcbtn.
A sbntt time airo. ha loat tha nfflea. at tha a. ..I...
.I..- r.k. .. X ., i.. .. .. .
..".. .n .uv m.,hi. vj .uoeid-iion n. a ir. itaav, ana
for a fortnight, tt appears, had been under th Im
praaalon that Mr. EaaaaT Tot mm, a young man,
prominent In tha American party, bad procured hia
deft at. II was known tint he had axpramed klm.
ir t.-nly, i..r aoni days at. In violent tenns
agalnet ToLkDtao, cureiug luiu, aud avowing bis
purjina to shoot Um at eight. These xprea.lons
and this rrei4vweieuiUired while Dr. Oxiiii. waa
tinder th Infturnc of llptor, which. It appear, he
liad Uen aluoa Thursday laat, so much aa to be
gcneral.y uidtce.L
lal mgl t, the Chief of Tollc, Mr. Antwa. who la
related to GaAiuai In some way, aaw lUin at tha It iby
Ct flee-honaa on Common et, a poiatlar rem.it and
Li tloid that he aaa In II nior. He f,lt a preacntlment
aoim tiling waa ginng to happrn. ahould Uaaiia re
n.alnlnttat oindibonla puUlo a placet ho want
up to him and told b Im he must go home) If he c.a
Ud any dleturlwjioo lie wiaild arreet hint and lock him
tip for tho night, t.aautu luallad that he was nut
lotoil.-nU d, but pn mlaed to go home aixn. Mr, Av
awsleil him to mart some Ji.a i.fflorrs at hia own
l.rlvat onioe, pnanlalng himself to return to th Ru.
1 y aud ret flataaa away and take Mm home. A few
a omenta after ha waa railed out and told llutt Dr.
Csauaaha.1 Juat been alui dead.
KaawtToLti'Axnwas a o. Urge male. mlnsi I
aliall almply say ofblm, liowiver, that ha Is a tuont
lronofour oldcat and moat res'ted creola
famlllra; and though aomewhat wild, the young man
baa neter lii evcuaed of anything mean or dl-lion-nrable.
H'sownirutenietilnr this sail aiT.ir, as I
heard It from him In tho "lock-tip," (where Ids man
nrrwaaoanpow'il, thiaigh his voir now and then
ws a little choked,) waa to this efTer 1 1
t'p to within a fortnight ago, be and Dr, Oatntv
were on th most courteous terms. He then iv.lloed
a change In (laeiua'a manner, which Unm.
eo'd ami finally entirely entranced. Ha Ilil no at
tention totl.le, as he was bu,y with his candidate
ahlp for e'etk of one of tha dietrkt ooiirta. Last
Hatunlay theKtreil tTommlssloner ai-nt him wonl,
tbr.ugli Alditman Mrwaor, that Dr. tletiita was
going almtit the aire. Is alniidng him, and threat Ming
to kill him at sight. Iha same uewa waa given htm
by ir-ncr jaitua. Ills frlendt a.lvla.1 him to arm
blmaelf, aa (laaiitu was a d.ir gemns man. lis a...
e dh.giy wmt home and provided hlmaolf with a
Itvoiter, but teuislnr.l with lis family that even.
Ing. tin tmiday be went op town toeia his
frund, as usual, and talk ah , id tba elmtlon. When
beaiare.l mi hi. chari tnt, a frinid (whom
I aaw alterwerds, and who c mllrnicd this state
ment,) nut I im and begee of him u. t to go on
Onuntiii street, near the I iilon i r the Ituhy Cof.
fie-biaiara, aallatiiau WMtlieu Ihrealenlng mill to
kllltlm. He did not eo why he ahoii'd go out of
hia way ; but ba ci.nclild.d finally to do ao.an I avoid.
d eneounh ring i,aaiuw. Yestor.lay ha wont to th
nplxMieeideig the river, where hla father raal.luet
n t.in.ed to th city In the evening by tb lowcrferry,
and ran. up hot u. At Iha I'niou lioifer-hnuee, ou
Colnmon streit, UtweenCamp and Ht. Chatlce, he
mtt a-ver filenrla, and atal I awhllo chatting. Ily.
ami by oewat uktd by a friend paaalng by, to go
or. 1 1 . tl "Huh)" and lokn a drink wuh him. They
nmdU.eattitt ; T'limano st.isd his friend lu
fr int of ti . latgeahowwlndow of l'iKAria reetaur-
ant next to tl ltuhi'.i b. alnilro thu di.u display
ol fiuit It always contains. They tli.it eLter.d to
"Kuby," w I are there is gaiu ra'ly a crowd. To, xna.
Mi.ej.l.s l.a.1 no thought of OaauAa, aud had no
Idiaof mnttltg him.
Ou entering the anlonii, ha aaw (latin, a few
rt a ahoad of him, taking to sjllr. IIsn.aiki,,
llleve. At the aanw liiaaut. ClaaiiiM turnt bla
brail, caugbl sight if ToiinsMi, (who Is a email
man) gate hlin a aoowhng look, aud put hla right
nat d up to hla ll1-ct a.dn, aa if to draw a weapon.
'1 in snaao aaw the 1 aik and motion, drew bis rer il-
ver, ai a nimi ine nvo enota aim aingillar rapidity
wo., ,im-i, ,, ni,i eai.ie nieN.iiii.ae Ol aim.
Ilr. IliiHitf
did in t nr , he did in liav time J aupjHae He
iiutiuu towaiua ToLrnaaii, who, ilrew l.a.k, and Dr.
(irsiuh ataggerod out Into the atrnrt aud fell In tb
mud aud wnbr, dead. His platol, a small porktt
Ins.iM.rx-waa pitkid up In the stmt, I. alnl.
Toiri-.vo Imni'dUtily axriaiiiud, I am tho man
tl at did it . I did It In eeif-l. lenoa 1" He a irrell.lnr.
td lilinm ir ouick'7, and waa taken to tha .lioo lot k
llS wiuro bis frlel ds soon fodowrd.
The leidy of thedcad man was taken into th ennae.
boiiM!, t' ' di..ra of which were il.vl, and a pliyat.
. Ian was i ii the a t r.H'y but lua skill was ' no
avail. I '.a Chief of V,, lice then had his I' ly takeu
l. bl' piiiatn i.rfce, ardlliaie, afhr biailng T"l r
ninn's a'atemi nt, (ha parting with ma by elapp'ug
hw l.rr lot and aaj Ing cm rg tica'ly ''t DC re Is no purer
C"ticl cc than mine I") etrctrhod out on a table, I
.aw tba tibf ttunat ti an, his large bamla Hue
fum tiflono.l ; his paiiUlnona and boot cor
errd with mud i h cat, vi.t aal clavat
tr, hla shht stained with mud aud a littla
hl.nal ; bla aims croaard j his hands and wHsts
blacltnidt tir.l aitb I.U cravat : his si lit boaan
lattly i.n; and bla flu fialnrea whito and fixed
forevi r. Ther was no exprrmion or ln about tta.
ciaintfiiaiiot It was calm and aerrne. A phystctan
.landing by snowed me the wouu Im; three amall
black te I, low tlia right bnant, entloae bigether
that Ih band vo'ildcovuithrui, aud uualu Urn loll
ann
1 1 la-rt I hadarennf the man ba st.Nid at my el.
1'iw, i hatting phaealil y. Im.k.iig handaom', dlgut.
fed and tomb una as nr now ha la; a Mood,
.feint', n.uil and rain aid'ttl iurj.ee
Tn.ly, aa a gentleman etembug ntar observed, th
way ol tha tranagruaur ia held.
Farelga lilrlHaenco.
11i Liu Inn limri autrKosta llm InimeJU'e
dlspatth of tba final Ka.teru to CUna.
1 he dirra-e f Mr. Ilevssi, the eminent K.nglneer,
ori'iirn.d at bis naidenre lu Umdoli ou the l.'ith liiel.
Dn Iha Mh, he waa tarried frouitli. liroat l-.ti.iu
to I.U litkdrliee lu a very dengiroua ami a'anuiug
rouiiitl ti, bating lean etWed witu aral)sts, tudoc.
etl, it was U ttevisb by ove -mauta' anxiety,
Mr, Tax HanrrxajWnudliurii ca.ne lu thud lu the
cm t. at I, r thu Cirvi-laml Lannli-ap. '1 he hoi si I' a. I
au eiullil stail Ibgira lid -J.a othtre cl.na at
her heala bi tha land, wlau Coiiif rter, DiHo and
iahurn hratbd brr, Comforter carryirg on h
riming, At the diitamw Am.bidant jolnud ttiain,
but ha iuinitdiately full ba"k, and I e three placed
nnbhed Iha raoo, C'.mfulter wlnuli.g tUvrlty by
hafaleigtr. WmmIIoiiu waa beaten bra.1 uiy
fr.Tu Ditto The Mad of M-dut (Uly waa fourtli,
aiul Aiiiataidam nftb.
M. Lri.itr Kit.ua ha wiUton along 1UU outlie
lni trial An. List y. Hut litn-r rhsuisi
1 am entitle 1 toathrm, aa being laanlftatly avl
danced, if M. ibiaaraaia Lad bw-u far away from
Fiance, if all h..i of iiturnlng hail '"'an cl.e. to
blmfoiavet, he w uld uoitti have had th luieui
nor tba mcana or prrrlng. In oonuert with th te
aitlot ary party, tLnaa blotejy and lufauoua daya of
June, lsli, that rnt tuha-l the Ibpublln.
It, for evil and Ij ranity, lie strength haa conflated
lu at ting alowly. pallwlly bu inorasaiitlyi why then
ahould we. wbu have raibllu welfare and th triumph
of I beity lo view, daprtr ourn'voa of th tuuaua of
acting
LetuaniA fonfelthal svery Brpubllcan who ra.
tome to r.iuw .-l,K,M,t ..i. itu...l.l i.t-te i
In si ita of all, a llghtwiprxadlng fooue, ana a auldlar
ready for tha coining day, UCDUU hoi.i.im
Lotrnoa, Beit. 14, lib. v
fxphlta! wid Opermtla Ft rftlraiiia.
Sonis t lui alnc we had occasion to notice a
t.w inflhod to faciliiat trad la tb Boston
tnaiket, vis. I the openlOK and funuahln of a
Jrlvate room with lienors and cigars, la a leading;
obbLtig etVdbmeBt 'a tb. oitf , WUr
this new fuiRltd "iiolliin" In th "miihTn
Athena'' has proted a profitali'o xperlnieat or
not, we are onabto to say, hut we ar edvlvyl
that stl.l f itliluii has recently been Introtlucid
Info New Totk.
M'e ar reliably Informed that a tar hnstnas.
firm In thia city have now connected with their
establish arent, In full blast, well-furnished eat,
Ing;, drinking and smoking iatoon,wbere the cus
tomers of the house are regularly introduced at
certain hours, ami if occasion requires, at inter
xals, several times between. Tho "Institu
tion' aforesaid. It Is remarked, Is highly
appreciated by tho "trail," and work s "admi
rably.' It sometimes happena that th custom
er of thU " popular house, " In consequence of
otlier engagements, are unable to rail upon them
daily, A note Ia made of such absence, and. if
It is too lona protracted, a young; man Is dit
pstthcdlu tlia etenlng; to the hotel with a bo' tin
ffwlne, to "log; tho memory" of the delin
fluent. Whether or not some atay away on
purpose to be thus "jopBd," we are nit at
present advised. We shall watch the working,!
of this "progressive" establishment, and may
lave orculon to alludo to It again.
Another " large ind wealthy house" also
has dclermlne.1 to lead otT In another
direction. A highly respectable New Or
leans merchant has, through the benevo
lence of said Arm, been "nut through" all the
performances of the afly from th "refining,"
opera down to the . As in the drst-rron-
tionedcase, we have reliable Information, and
beg, to state, for th benefit of the public, that
the lulls for theteentertaltmente and perform
ances amounts tl20 federal currency.
Now, it Is well understood, that when the old
cocks crow tho young; onea learn, and hence, tho
public need not bo surprised at such develop
n'ents as the recent defalcations and other ras
calilles we read of In the daily aprrs. If onr
young men are educated In such commerclU
schools, il may be expected that they will grad
uate with due honors. liulrprmltnl.
Tke Caaad FrUe PUki.
rmt-xand Km l.r are bo,h completing their
training la Canada, tha one at Cow t harts, Fort
Krle, the other near Point Albl.in. They ant
both In excellent cone 1 1 Ion, " as fine as silk,"
and anticipating wl'h equal conlldance tbe
event ful (Ith of October. Inrorttinately thay
rsn'l both win, and, if things go on right, one
will almost Inevitably loaei and which ona
that will bo, looking at the present condition of
things, It dues not seem possible to con
jecture. '1 he chanter of accldints Is always be
tween the prediction and the end It l.ioks to.an.l
weneverknew ofa light in widen tt was ao emi
nently the only thing to Im counted on. There
dors not apiiear to bo in either man a w ek imlot
to argue from. Pjtch man has mado a rem trka
ble light. Knit's ha' tie in Australia with a
big man, though conducted In a very lonao man
ner, extended over an nnpnve.lente 1 time, and,
If It irhap lacked a little In punishing power,
show etl great game. Them was even more game
shown In tho ilipoltlon previous to tho fight
than in tho light itself, as It Is known that r.t.
IV. then tolerably well oh-, sold all his goo.lt,
and put the money on the battle. He U known
to every met rnpulltan, also, to be a trim, strong
man, and a very fine sparrer. He will have uo
chance to lay off in this tight, however.
Pun r, on the other hand, Is a man who don't
know when lie Is whipped, and won't atop to In
quire. In his light wuh Cunt rv, when he was
so badly o9 that the betting round the ring was
one hundred to ten on Cont'Rt, by his simple,
persevering game, he restored tho scale.and even
made It thirty to fifteen on Piticr.; and If the
light had Uded would hate won the tight. In
severity this bat tlo waa far before Knxt'e in
Australia. Phh R ta not out of condition ba he
then was, and he has since learned to sparj and,
beside, that waa fight full of experiences 'i be
learned much In It. But he has not got Co
iii n to deal with; and if tbo man he his it not
bo remarkable as a boxer, ho la a wickeder man,
who Iflio once gets th acalo turned. Will win
the light. I'vrhr'i ty.nf.
Amellcaa Policy la tke China War.
Tin dispatches received by tbe Government,
narrate with ininiitene.s tho recent eventa In
t.'.ll,ln,' I;1T-'lu,r Tatwah. axvs. that the
British olllcer In charge of the gunboats having
Ulted him, uld nothing aliout aid, but hia
silent appeal was powerful iudoo.1. During th
few moments be was on lioard the Powhatan, be
would look anxiously at hi Admiral and at his
boats. After he left, com inura Cant. Tamaii,
"I held a conversation wltlt our Commissioner,
Mr. Waiui, and ho agreed with ma perfectly,
that under tho circumstances of our position with
tbo J'.tiglirh, and the aid the Admiral 1ml ten
th red tna the (Ur Iwfnre, I cjuld do no Ins than
lowthebnatstoliUrrlinr; I made the offer, which
was thankfully and promptly accepted. While
the boats were making fist to the hawsers,
viblili I veend astern, 1 lnslate.1 on Mr, Wauii
and his suite leutlng loey-Wan, and going on
board on of tbo junks, for reutoni which will b
ol.tlous. He at first reluctantly yield!, and
lef, u, but anon returned in one of the English
Ismts, declaring that as the Tier-Wan waa his
hi me. and ttoiiig under lire with his annmbati .
aud conuirrriice, I reluctantly yiulilndi hi gal
lant impulse." Cant. Iatnaij. lowed th bolts
through the Urill-.li line to within a short di.t
taiiroof the Admiral, whose Hag was flying,
win n canting them off be retired to tho rear of
tlin I. ne, and anchored for tho nl'ht. Ilotook
up his ioeil ion, aalt might euahlo him to aid
the wounded, and should any busts lie
sunk, to rrtctie their crews, In other
words to afford all the aid consistent with
neutrality." Having been Inform ihv a UrilUi
tiihcer that tlioAduiiritl wasiUngeit.ti.ly wound
ed, Capt.TAISAu, went iu a barge to visit him,
aud w lien -tithln a few fci t of tin) Cormorant, a
round shot struck the biat, killed the coxswain,
Mr. IIaiit, of llmklyn, N. V., and ahghily
wtunde.l rlag-l.lmitenant Trkxi'iiark. ihey
reached I lie Corniur.iiil before Iha Isutt entlroly
sunk. Tainai I. sat a the Chinese (,'oinmiMiioii-
era had pretiomdy notliied Mr. WAitnof their
arrangement, ami requee'el him to accompany
Iholliillah and l-rrnrU Mliihlars to Hie I'eiho.
To this he couseiileil, I hereby, to a rartatn ex
tent, a-eiiming the same pl.t'tforiii wilh the Ut
ter, 'iho sliiieriiv of Iho Cvuiuiumloners wai
much doubted at the lime.
Ilrsabaefibe Preperl'reaeixatleaaf HaaltY,
A gossiping corraepomlent of the Manchester
.'vanillin, (lesciil.iiig the haliita of tlm Hritiali
I'ltnile, luring the vucstlnn, aaya "At liroub
lunde, llinugb to man tramps Iho rtubbles or
beats iho cover with keener rot,or rairles a
surer tluiible-barnt and that, too,wlthuut spec
t acres, at 71 this Is but the morning's ainuse
meul, Ity 2or3 o'clock, I.rd I'Ai.HK.sTox is
In his room, elbow deep in dispatches, and walled
about with olllie boxes. Visitors at tbo housa
are nothing of him till tlm late dinner at A, and
Il at dispatched though there may lie an ad
journment to the drawing room, an I even tbe
billiard room, wh re the jierennial host still han
dles his cue like a master, and again without
.c'acles I,ord 1'Aiwamiox U nn more vision,
after 10, but the lighta are burning In bla private
room till 12 or t o'clock, or eten later. In the
Intervals of hia severe and prut I acted lalmr no one
i an be gayt r or rpilghltier than Ird Pai Mans
ion, or readier to lake and pass the mojw'ierire,
'lhoui'li l.ord I'AIMritsTDN declares be hat no
time to read 'any thing but niiiiiucrliU' he
myiiis iiufmt of theturrent literal jro, I er!ia;is
Lady I'AI.MriisTtiM et becratea ll for him, itud
keeps him supplied wilh thu eascucu for conier
aiiou." The Ull aaa Haanir.
The editor of lh I'ortbind Aryut, wlul at
I'altimore, ou 'Ihurwlay l.i.', main an txcurston
In l.cr. lie says that "time rHcupied in this
trip if thirty four miles, wa jiist two hours and
a half fn in the I'nie the fistenings were cist off
from the whuff until alio was iininither moor
ings aud we un fe mi uVmh," This must be
cotiKldt'ied au iidruira'la a rforiiianco. When
tllA 1 M.nt 111. iriili.l. ill lb e.l ht.l.l ., h.ll..-
an hour, there wiu scarcely any perceptible lr, I
aid tho iliiMirbaara i flhe water by tbe pwsage I
oi too vrKi was inarveiou.lv aiignt, B.i clean,
imbed, waa bat mumucnt,' that a tkllf would
hctii c ly hat e felt any agltatlou in croln her
wake,
MAIL ITEMS, ,4.
Tiir tuma of the Chinaman who was iu com
mand of ihe victorious armios ou thsPcihoU
JIamii (ieneral IIanii.
l'mmixs In acrowd, says ritP.NTtCR, should
keop their elbows out of cat h other's stomachs ;
yet, a man's stomach U nfteuer Injure I by the
motion of Us own elbows thtn by toot of Uls
neighbors.
f.R.TiiocAAirrt vUiton attended the lata
6. Louis fair, In on day, Ooe thousand dol
' rrenilum waa a war do. I to tbe tit bull.
Muih more Interest id lalen Ui ,uch nutters
there tbaa litre.
Til Ohio Stalttnan says ihe Artesian well,
at Columbus, la now the doost bore in tha
world, tbe aur having reached a depth of
2.215 feet, without having yet touched the
locg-sougfit-for fountain, which Is to repay th.
TAHUtOt-wlth,ltwll-tt-lfl-i.
SUN,
PRICE OiVE CENT
aLi iwaiiw TiT .1 "V'l-n cuitncv
dolhr! X ",ot lt fiTthonlrer
.vBJ!ff!l'rte.?,lrV''Vp'',,rrtne: their
akallng pond for the coming winter,' and antic !
fuitelhatltwll' afford them muth pleasure
1 hey hare enlarged the tond to doubt Its for
mer area.
Tiir BrtLT-NIraragria enterprise. Is now en
tirely git en ttp.and the mon employed left there
In great distress, without payment of their dues,
or means of snppnet. The affair eost Its projec
toralM.0Uf, total loaa.
Tiif:nrt are at f resent In the world ahont one
nunilRsl and twenty-one thousand Mormons.
J Ight v-three thousand live In Utah, of whom
fiur thousand six hundred and aaventoen have
lirtrrn Araurin.fjh're AlndVeJ tn'rvj.
At the apioachlrg conference of the Metho
lt Kplscopal Church, orlh, It is understood
that strong efforts will be made to Intmd ict
general tills against the continuance of slave
holders wit bin tLechurch. It will fall, so think
the majority.
It Is related of the Fn nch family of the Duka
Im l.r. vis. that thev have a picture in tlmir
chateau, In which N.tAtt Is represented going
Into the ark, and cutting under his arm a small
trunk on which Is written, "'uner trimma n
the Urii f,mUy. " J J
Tiircr have t giant In Ohio, who, though but
17 years of age, weighs 3!Ni pounds, an I la 7 and
one-third feet Y gh. Ho Is a son or the calahra
ted Scotch glat f, jAvtr RitnAl.l,who exhibit
ed himself at 1 rAta's Muselm, In ths oil M
sonic Hall, at t hiladclptua, tenor twelve yean
rt".
SrwAinn (I-aiw, of California, has had a vary
unique testimonial prepareal In his honor. It
consist a of a cast-iron plai e,to bo sunk 1 1 the larg
est tree in the grove of big trees near th "lo
Semite trail, upon Ihe south fork of the Merced.
In raised tettera upon tt will he the Inscription I
".Senator Gum, June 15, 1M59."
Mr. CohcontT, In view of tho profits and
fort in es amassed by the proirintnrs or the Wash
ington "hotels," has almost concluded to build a
latent as large aa the t apltol, upon the south
east corner of Jackson siiiiam, to be conduced
on the Eurox-an plan. So sayi a correspondent
of the .Yrvy.
Tiiutx la In the County Infirmary at CoIum.
bus, Uhlo. an old woman of K! years, cal e I the
"last of the Mohicans," beeauso she Is the hut
or a family of twenty-four, equally celebrated
for their lo'ng;Vh7Zi'i:;fn:rniar.ym Uo
in viiuu.
llt-Mithalr vaiiex from tho 2S0tli to (700th
part of an Inch In thickness. The fibre of the
coarsest wool Is about Ihe 5X)ili part of an Inch
In diameter, bilk worm's silk Is about the
n.tMHIili purl of an Inch thick; but tho spider's
hue Is ti limes finer, and a single pound would
bo sufficient to encompasa the globe.
Tiir Emperor AlRxAwrirrt hxa decided that
libraries shall 1st forme.) in all Ihe vessels of the
Rusalan Navy which make lung voyages, and he
has ordered that a sum of IKK) roubles shall bo at
once ghen for the purpose from his private puree,
and that an annual allowance of lei roubles shall
lie made to every ahip-of-the-liue, and every
frigate front the same source.
Smokkha are In an ecstaey of delight In con
sequence of a report that Professor l.mniu has
discovert d a mode of Imparling to urdmarv to
bacco the perfume and flavor of the finest Hav
ana. It a aaid that the most ex periencoil roe
not urs have lieen put to the test, and have
smckr.l the prepared tobacco in tho belief llm It
was the finest Cuban.
As was the case wilh our Mexican war, tbe
late war In Italy has demon driteil the useless
nee of all extra display In army uniform, and a
commission Is now sitting in Paris which has for
Its object the all eral ion of the present uniform
of the Krcnth Atmy.wlth a view to making It as
simple and duMule as practicable. Tb subject
romiuat.ds almost aa much attention a a chaug
in th futhlnn ofa lady's toilette,
Tn Nashua (Me.) Ttl'miph doesn't publish
births, tut tbua gives a broad hint Dial aorae
thlngltaa heprenod In thai line i 'The man who
carries the ll.les round must have llppnd his
basket over In our nelghbtaiuind. Such a show
er of babloaaa we have had up hare I 'lb niln-
micr, an. i inn lawyer, ami me doctor, are all in
for it, not to mention other parties not pertain
ing to the learni d professions."
A book Is about to be published giving a de
tailed account of the cruise of the yacht Wan
derer when ou l.crlid slat Ing expodulnn. This
book, sat s the Charleston Jftrruiy, w 111 make
a sensation. It is brought out bv a person w bo
took a prut In her adventures, aiid will gitea
minute recount thereof and will make some de
velopments Involving the reputation of many
public men of I his cjuntry.
Tiir, most singular rpit In Ihe world Is that of
tho Count lite I!-thi. M.uia o,-,.f tl,- .,.,.-
opulent loidn.f J n't Iho. 'Jhisai.it turns ono
l,n.l-.u -n.l .1.1.1.. . I. ,. . ..! -. ...I
,,.i,.j,ui .,,,, im, ,, ,i, , I,.,,-,., ,,,.-,. ., vot'n all. I
liljvs twenty-four tunes, and whatever It nlsvs
Cirrenptmds lo a tcrtalii degree of ciKiklng.wlihli
I- et f.tly understiHal by lliec.aik 'ill us, a leg
of mutton, al' dno.nVwill lie excellent at Ihe
twelfth air i a fowl, i Ai t'Uimim,U, will be juicy
at the eighteenth, and ao on.
Tiir. gross violations of law In several of th
larlnhesof Ix)ul-Iau.i, I mill by Ihe or.lin try out
laws of htM'li ty, und Ihe Vigilance ('uiinutcos
wliiihhate been nrgsnlrrd In mete nut sum
mary juntiie to them, have at length become ao
lltigriiiit as to iiecessiuto the tnierf-rriir of the
t xetutlveof li.uotnte. (lor, Wu ki iryp, after
l.uing a iiroclauiatloii who! Im f.iiin 1 of no
atall, luu liimstlf gone In the ceno of disorder
wilh a view of aiding in th mstorailoti of
ficaie.
A SniNiiit FAaiki, of Port Hotie. I 'nner Cana
da, has ihal'enged llitimv as follows "I
will carry M llu.Nl.ix lo the centre of hit cable
across the M igara riter, lie to carry mo the runt
of Ihe ili.ilnrce across. flrrwants to start from
cither i ml, proceed to the centre, and down ropes
to the deck of the Maid of tho Mist below, re
turning the same way. I offer this chtl'enge In
consequence of M. Huixdin's repea'ei asseriiuna
that mi man dare perform bis feats."
As the night t rain coming w est over tho Oreat
Mfatrru Bailwav, a few nlghia since, was mov
ing along the shore of Use St. Clair, just at
day light in the morning, a heavy fog prevailing
at I he time, a llock of w ild dutks cam rushing
agalut the cars, four of them suturing the open
door of the baggage car, which was iiiiti.fe.ly
closed and the gnme captured. The 'spoils were
divided Utwccn tlin conductor and baggage
man. Know the statement of Mr. I'm Mas, Con
sular Agent at Amoor Biver, in Asiatic Itmils,
it apN-ri that American commerce at the
Amiuir is steadily iinreaslng, Fite A merle ill
built steamers are now plying on Its waters,
w hi h are nat Igable for steamboala 2. SIX) miles.
'Ihe commercial products of that regional pre
sen, comlat prlntluilly of furs and minerals,
Kt it is thought that when navigation shall
have develoiwd ihe internal resources of Ihe
country, trad will be proiwrtlonahly Increased,
From Moscow to tbe bead of the Autoor, aie up
wuidst.f flv hundred cltlee, towns, uml tillages.
Mn. Waiih, an American, sua the I-onluii
EsiTtf, has just pa'ented an intention ofa new
code of -Igiml leh graphs for the ocean marine
service, liv means of which he exs'Ctstobe
Hide to Iran-unit news lietween America and
F.nglatid in lite cava. 1 he la'est news will tat
Irlrgrapoed frouilLu Llgbthouie at Cane Mace
to tint useiug steamer, on .Sunday, which will
dguul the iuiel'igence to tho station at Cajie
Clear, on tin 'illowlog Ftiday, To New Yotk
ami Ij.ndon, from Iheao loci'i, the t'Ommuiilca
lion will, if course, lei titer the electric wires,
and In Ibis way news will I only tlvo days in
transitu between Lotnloti and New York city.
Dr. L.wc Attempted lo cross tbe rose, at IU-
clicster, '."Jib. with a man en his luck. The
man innui.tril upon Us shoulders with bis feet
su"! Milled at tlm sllisof Lr i.avr, and ho moved
slowly out ujion the rope. Witt it teur Ihe con
tre of iha rlter tba roe begau lo swxv, aad it
was clear that the fiat was not tiibuancin-
pU.ted. I'restnlly Dr. Lavksaw that he was
ahont to fall, and threw his wile, aud caught by
his I'lttt, '1 Im man upon hia back caught around
his last t and drew lil.nae f Uon the ro,H). And
Uirre thetwoacn.ba'a were seated upon tho roj
when our remrer left. We hiar, lust as w g
to prise, lh.H the) managed lo reach Ih dtoreiu
safely upon thu io. So aa.t s Ihe c. a"A.
Tiir. Caiu.h-u and Amlor Hallr"! Company
is engaged In construciing a link of railnatd
aoiuail-'ht niiles In length, ooimectlng their
Camden and Jersr 'Uy K'al with tholr Cam
ih n and Ainlny Kad. By this connecting link
east from near Priniwtou to near Jatnawbu;,
Sutb Aoiboy will be connected by continuous
lmeorrallrra.lv la the Trenton and UeWldere
Kailroad. and the Uhlgh Valley lUUroad, with,
the Lehigh coal mines lu Pennsylvania. Tbi
uuVrs a uew outlet fur the loal of thia rwHon.
and by the establlahment, a Is MnUmpXated, of
eroaf depot at Karl'an Bay, whloh may at all
tbnei be approached by shipping of tha largest
i win Etv to toe worn 01 tu camaea ana
Amboy Ksilrva4CmPA0r 1 DAW MttlCO orsTr
111 La. " '
aawafi
JIATES OF ALVEiTisiNO
lamia uir-Ji rs ADYAVCt.
W;ibury,,fidvMm &&s
. ' - "viaa 4-ij-.
nJt :;.r;zrn ?i':,n ?
at a. . a
write to tt ,
""""" i"T.nrrra. nut h
the age of Si, ,J ctSTMuTZ "V"?
mce. ne will be CD on his next birtii 'dar '
1 urlng nart pf th Hire he took 80 rain. , dar
He Ih'n.s thCTi ar. 30 opium eatc-flS AU yfc
Iar. where he reetdes. TU
M ?,Tn',T "P1-- Te,n "'e?" the town of
- n.w.,avrrr vsshni... Ti --.
j i it j fxrrxntt
Vt-ka -- A t.
omtii
a,- -w w as as. lit ta w-Hlafllan Tawraaak ) - . -
igbt feet of th wall. -b7 :rn-w,"r"- . I
the flame arose to about twMtt,, "
eoneAMothe bona, that rsxrfoM t had tob.
remoTed, In i order to prevent cotrnwaVhwi!
i ariou. rnotbotU were reaorted to. to e.3e JS
the fire, bnt all prox-ed unsnccessful. ItrernaS
H on fire fma edn texliy afternoon until Baa.
day morning. "
Ft Rntit rarllcnlarj evincemtng toe brb
whirlwind In Chowan and I'erqilrnana count!.
N. C, assure ua that It swept all over that amo
tion as a perfect l..om of daatructloo a noot
wklow, a sirs. Asm kt, and child, havfeg tW
hous. thrown i .bout their eva.uatr.-v. ta
tiurrlcijn. bh.h.rwatf I ao mangled that hear
life ill despaired of. TheehUd waa carried U at
distance of mile, where It waa found by Ita la
mentations. The child la expected to die alaew
I'topli were roowsd from their alamhers la ttur
uukntsa of tbe night to find their cottage Una
Into atoms aa hy a bomb of destrnction, anal
themselves glad to escaje with maimed lintbaT
and stripped of very con. fort of life.
Wiiii. two gentlemen, named Jan. B. Ooas
ar.d Imvvhkp' r Ltik, were out fox hunting tat
the woods, near the Pad leading to Lstno'a
Mills, in Tin Bu.h, Kingston, N. T., thaw
came to a tree, from which was auapnda4 taw
kebdtia of a human being. Every partlala ad
the fle-h bad dropped from the bona and AW
cayeil aw ay. The tieletnn waa clothed I a fin.
IsToailcloth suit. Coroner Dorwts, of Klnntan
waa notll'ietl, whoproeeetleil to theicene. That
clothe wer searched. In them were found!
several pat-ers. a gold watch, a 3 bill on tba.
Manufacturers' Hank, of Troy, a 1 1411 on th
New York State Bank, a f 2 (.ill on the Kingsbtet
Bank a 1 bill nt the Merriinao Bank, of Con
cord, a fire dollar gold piece, a fifty cent p eoa
and one cent, a watch key, and two Iron key.
Some t f the papers ar receipts fur board, In fa
vor of It. A. Coi.r.. The laat one Is dated at
Ilallston Spa, May 2nth, 101. On of tha pa-
V'w'o'iIfl'.J'e- 'A-."
pcrs nan a.ivcruvrneni irom me nome e-
. . ' . . .' . . i : - --"
Issupimeed to be that of H. A. Cot k, who
.w iu uceiu aoine tnrwe montns ego.
VARIETIES.
A VARRtrn monster stl.t that he UtatV
dreame.1 that he hail an angel br hi aide, aai,
upon waking up, found it wu 'coked y but hi
wtfe.
A Tnrjxo Teoneeaee clergyman seem to hATt.
com.ressei the whole bralrofhls sermon aal
"deceit" In the following "Oh. m rthrwn.
the snowiest shirt-front may conceal an aching
lamom, and the stiffest of ail rounders encircle at
throat that has many a bitter 4U to swallow. j
A mas down Fast has Invented rr vhlne Xm
renovate old bachelors. Out of a goad alxd,fat,
greasy old bachelor, be can make quit a decani,
) tiling man, and have euough left for two small
.upiiea, a pair of leather breech, and a kdj
of soft
soap.
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