Newspaper Page Text
'.CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS
In piibll.hed dnllr (Bandars not UMptal) by
HISNBY II MICU Ac CO.,
OTrlCS V1NS-.TEHT, OFF. CVITOK-HOVII.
r j TBI fJINCINMATl DAILY PIKM la delrrered to
. eurroundlng cltlM nod town, at .
I l . , Ui entremeljr ll J j I ) I
1 I price of - ' 1 .
SEVEN CENTS A WEKK, i
num. to uuiu.
Priew e Mailing. ftlngle coplea, 4 centej I month,
40 CBuuj 3 moiilh., )1; I yoar, 0:1 AO.
"AMI ViNK-HTliKBTS.-JollK A. Klulm,
jr., eolo Manager mid Leasee.
Psicm or AriwioirIireea Circle and Parquette,
80 cent.; Uullery, cent.
Doom open at tj'i o clock ; curtain rim t 7.
BENEFIT OF Mil. BAMUKL B1MM0N8,
l her or tmv Theater, in which ocralon hln ia.
III.HIVLIII uUMIIitlri -.11, I.- 1 u .
Annnnrutii'it m, ihk at.,.., b -. iiUbIIu UnMim
Mr. .Tnhn ltutln-oii, the eone'trlatt manager, hae
bountiful ilnughtcr, LITTLR KATY IIOB1N80N,
lio will appeur In favorite dance.
THI8 EVENING, April i, trill be presented the
beautiful druina or
ALL THAT GLITTERS 18 NOT GOLD,
Strehen Plum. Mr. Lanrrinn Tntiv Twlnbh H
Purlvagc; Martha Gibb-, Mr. Kflle fcll.lcr.
LiaOltnnai ...Hl Kate Penaeyer.
To bo followed Iijr the laughable farce called
j THE KN01.ISIIMAN IN INDIAl
Oa, Tin 8taoe-ithuci Tailob.
Bally ricraffga, ML Uaiifiah Rlmmona; Turn Tape,
Mr. ltoiiKu ; Ludy BcrtiKK., Mra. Gilbert.
PANl'Y DANCE LITTLE KATY 1I0BIN8ON
To conclude with the new local drain, entitled
.i(01 AND EVIL r
On, (luaran or Tier QvttH Citt.
Powerful Strong, Mr. Ilnrlvagej William Walker,
.Mr. Lanirtlon ; Toni Wileon, Mr. Head 1 t'liarica
Humpl", Mr. Il;ill: Doctor llauihlln, Mr. Kllnli r;
. Mr. Simple, Mr. llanu ; Sophie Walker, Minn An.
nie Waito; M:u-y Loriffu-orlh, Minn Krerltt; MIm
Ituctor .iaiiiintt4-llriwii.8toiie, Alra. Gilbert Je
rimlni Ajni. Mltt Iipiihunu ,.. ' " '
botwciu Wiilnut and Vhi.-8. N.
I'rKr, Proprietor ; F. B. Conway, Htage Mauager ; j.
, a. II ehiibht, ireaaiinr.
J'bu-m or Aom hwion. Pantllette Circle, Parqnette
and Palcniiy, AO centa; Aitiphithcator, S3 cental
Prlatc Mie,.for eiht poriu.tn, M,
llox Olllve upen fVoui 10 A, M. until f P. H., when
ot cull Ihi secured.
Doom open at 7 o'clock ; commence at
T II 1 8 E V E X I N (), and evenr eTenlng dnrlna
tlm week, will bo iiroHvuted a graiiii illustrative and
s apectacular dniiitn, in three cliaptvra, cutitlvd (
TUE 1'IIODIOAL SON.
' Ttnben, Mr. Conway ; Azacl, the ProillaHl 8on, Blra.
Conway Jepthele, Miw t'rocknr; BucharU, Mr.
Hlioridiin ; AiuvnophlH, Mr. Chaplin ; Nemrmul,
.lr. .I.iiuaiin i Ciiuoiai. Mr. Barrett; Melnduuii,
Mr. TcmpS'ton ; I.ia, chief dancer of the Temple
of Iain, Madame -Bouxary ; Nel'tc, Miaa Proctor.
. . .Tha noble concerted miMieof the drama will be
rt'iidWil by the eutiro utreiiglh of tha company,
aided by an enlclcut chorua.
' The rjiitortalumeiit will conclude w ith a favorite
B'lHi.k I', betwucin Third and fourth. John
Hatkb, l'r.'irlotor and Mnnaircr ; W. 8. luwiN, Trean
, urcri C. T. 8M1TH, Htuge Manager.
THI8 tVESINO, April Ml rt nllit of
THEB AO-PICK KR OF PAHI8 AND THE DRF.88
. VAKEtt OF BT. A.KT0INK.
" r r TJAAMATlfl rtngONX IN TUE PBOLOOVg.
Jean. Mr. W. Cart' r ; Pierre (larraaae, Mr. B. Ma-
eauley ; Jaauel Dldlcr, Mr. Barrett.
A lapne of twoiity yeara la auppoecd to occur tie
twuen the Prologue and the Drama.
IN THE DRAMA.
Father Jean. Mr. V. Carter: Pierre Giirvaaae, now
Bnron HolTtuall, Mr. B. Macauley ; llonrl Ber
vllle, Mr. E. I . Prior ; Mario Didier, Miaa ('. Wy.
ette; Clair.. II Miluiau, Miaa A.Xlrahaw; Madama
Potard, Mr, l.awa. ....... , y
naace.a. ...-.. ...!Ile Jenar Illajht.
y To ooacludo w-itli the drataatlc apectacle of '
TUE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII.
Avbncea, Mr. Macauley; Lydiai, Mr. Carter; Ghvn.
cm, Mr. Pryor; Culcliita, Mr. Barrett; Apicidea,
Mr. Mcrton ; Mrdon. Mr. Allen ; Burbo, Mr. Ber
nard ; Nydln, Mini Wyottel The Sage of Veuvlua,
Mr. Lnwa ; lono, Mida A. Graham.
. KTRITVCS I .STRINGS 1
11 ST ltK KIVEI, A i'HOK K LOT OF
iw uuitnr qiiu vjoim oirintrii. xnu
quality of thortd Btrfirgs - hati btun
tuitjurtt- mid VioliniBt, and pro-
inoi-uugDiy lenirii uy expurit'Dcuu
Duitnceu lupai tor lu evury rjjpooi.
joiiv ciirncir. jr..
nin19 Ki. OU Wet Fourth-itrwt.
r01.I?IEDALPIANOS-TIIE BFf4T IN
mJJ A JIB IIUJA. MccK A UriiM'(ol
"Saw Yurkt toowcirful hmcd aotibl
Krai.d-i.-tian Cujircrt Piiuio. pro
nounccd by Llstz, Thai berg and oiUr
Vm will 911 Xnxvtr fur i hhH tluin anv other dealer In
ra.it atrr af at fha itnMC In oviHinlirti.
the cltv, PUnm mid WeJUeoii timed ird iHtpalrvd
tboronn'Tily. Piano to let at from $ii to $14 pcriur
tvr. Mmlcnl fnntrtimoiitri Hilling h hiill-pricci. Pq
not oy or rem riauo uuit you uva omuuu na ev
BHIXINO St BKO., 8ola Aant,
. ' Piano Ik-HluM and Mukem.
No. 2'ST W. Fiftli-trtTt, neur Tlnm.
COAL COOKING STOVE
HA" BEEN PHONOTTNrED BVCOSIPB.
TLN T judgea to be the BtST COAX COOK.
SIX SIZES:. PATENTED DECEMBER 7, 1851
For talo by the Inveutora and fcaoufact turn.
ADAMS, PECKOVER & CO.,
,"0VELTt XBOS FODNDSRY, ; '
No. 333 Fourth-Street, tin.
. , - , . dl i ..
A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE.
Economy I Diapatoh! f
Stivo the Pieces !
USEFCT. IN E VERY HOUSE FOR
nieudiug Furulture, Toja. Crockery. GUaawara,
Wholeaale Depot. No. 4! Ccdar-RtriHl, New York.
Addrem 11ENKY C. HPA LD1NU CO.. .
. - Itox No. 3,fiuu, hew York. -
Put op fur Di'ulerd In omch coutaluing four, eiKht,
and twelve doen a beautiful Lithograph Show.
crd accompanying emjh iwckage. - deJlniy
II. IV. oiA-TtK,
. MANUFACTURER WHOLESALE DEALER
i r-1 N , .
FINE AND JPLAIN CANDIES,
I NO. 0 JtfAIN.STKEET, CINCINNATI, O.
" ; m tmylT)
; 1 H. P. KLtlAS'S
NEW WHOLK8ALK . , ,,1 .
j Wat.cli & Jewelry House,
16 West Fourth-street,
TriEItE CAN BE HAD EVERY ARTI.
TV CLE iippertaiuiiig ta the biuluoaa, at a much
leaa price, for CASH, thau haaever belora beeuoBureu
lu Uila market. ,. t
. ITE US A CAIL,',
IJOUTY IUPVKIIKNT WIZES AND
' HTyLKHllfOLD DOMIN- - aV
fl ION COFFEE AND 'J'EAPO'lS ,., ' M i '
fateauibiaitarete.. aru uiiiiiiliiic.
. Hired Lv Alt'l'ltl'lt, U IJ It N , ,
h lor raiuilifta. liotcn. rehtuurunta.
-i.: i u.. ui v..ui .....!. aMiina'
IIA.1A M Uiunwi. ,-uiiimvi. A Attl'm . .
KKN, Agent. uud Ir trana.
circular, r . r"r
tan PRINTINO OF EYSKlTDXSCAir.
J IluViiuM at Utu) v&n.
nil mil a
VOL. Ill, NO. 39. '
CINCINNATI. THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, I860.
PRICE ONE CENT.
1 ' 1-!III'I!s':&'v't
The wife of Po8ttnster-0nernl Holt is
reported to be Terj dnngerouBly 111.
The number of deaths In Brooklyn, N. T.,
lnet year wh 111.
John Robbing (Administration) hag been
nominated by the Democrat- of Philadelphia
' Chief Justice Taney hat sufficiently re
covered his health to take bit seat on the
bench of the Supreme Court.
Ambition often plays the wrestler's trick
of raising ft man up merely to throw him
. The railroad to Ruahvllle, I net, has been
completed, and arrangements for a celebra
tion of the erent are making in Madison,
'' The M Ad rid journals announce that in all
parts of the country prayers had begun to be
offered up for the Pope.
An Irishman was bumt to death In houso
which was set on fir In Mitchell, Ind., a day
or two since, for the purpose of robbery.
Geo. Sanford, ft farmer residing on Shaker
Prairie, Ind., committed suicide the other
evening by shooting himself with ft pistol.
A man in buttle Is not allowed to whistle
to keep his courage up, and the whistling of
the bullets don't nave that tendency.
' Saunders k Otley will publish immediately
"the first Dramatic novo! ever published in
England'1 Goethe in Strasbourg by Mr. H.
Noel Humphrey. .
Children talk of what they are doing; young
people of what they will do, and old people
of what they have done. The present, the
future, the past. ; .- ' ' ;
Four attempts have recently been made to
fire the buildings of the Pittsburg (Penn.)
Ditpatch, and boy named Rattignn has at
lost been discovered to be the incendiary.
- Geo. Sanford, young man, of Bustiam
Township, Ind., recently destroyed himself
with a dirk and pistol, on account of pecu
Joseph Wiser, an old resident of Youngs
town, Mahoning County, fell from a load of
hny the other day, and died of his injuries
the same night.
The store of H, H. Comstock, In Bedford,
Cuyahoga County, with its contents, was de
stroyed by fire on Friday morning. Loss
A night or two since, the dry-goods store
and dwelling of Mr. Kelsey, in Medina, with
nearly the entire contents, was destroyed by
Bre. Loss $6,000.
Jno. Farrol died in Lafayette, Ind., re
cently, from eating wild parsnips. He sur
vived but a few hours after he swallowed the
A precocious specimen of Young America
attempted to blow up bis mother with gun
powder, in Memphis, Tonn- the other duv.
st for fun." , . . "
The printers of Portsmouth, N. H, rather
than cut down prices by under-bidding for
the city printing, fix on a certain rate per
page, and draw lots for the job. , ,: .... .. ,
Mr. Jacob B. Lancaster, amerchantof Phil
adelphia,, died there recently, having been
engaged in mercantile .pursuits for upward of
forty years. ' -
'The remilfdi'ng of thePemberton Millet
Lawrence has been contracted for. It is es
timated that two millions of bricks will be
used In the construction. ,
-Recent reports' In Philadelphia show that
the number of abandoned women in that city
is rapidly on the increase: and this in the
face of two or three active Magdalen societies.
Mr. Ranke, author of the well-known BU
tory tf (he Poptt, and other historical works,
has Just been elected a foreign associate of
the French Academy of Moral and Political
Sciences. , ,
"Wife, I must Insist upon having soused
hog's ' feet for breakfast every morning."
"Well, husband, you can easily have them 1y
sousing; your feet in water when yon get out
of bed. -- " . ,'
The authorship of the Parliamentary Poem
in Blackwood's Magazine, "St. Stephen's,"
is at last avowed by Sir B. Bulwer Lytton.
It will be published in separate form by
Lord Dufferln has been excavating on the
banks of the Nile, and we understand that a
small temple, with the columns in si'fu, and
considerable number of inscriptions, have
rewarded the search.
In Elkvkm Cbickkt(B8 to Visit Ahirica
Aoaih. We understand, ' says the Quebec
(Canada) OaieUe, that negotiations are going
on with Mr. Fred. LiUywhite to bring the
Eleven Cricketers to Canada and the United
States early in September next The Eleven
would be almost entirely changed from the
last, W understand that Mr. LiUywhite
has written a book on the visit of the All
England Eleven last year to Canada, which
will shortly appear.
GtilAT FoBstrr Flax. Recently ft fire broke
out in the woods on the north side of the
town of Clinton, N. Ynand, fanned into ter
rific flame by the high wind which prevailed,
it destroyed a track of young wood estimated
nt one mile long by half a mile wide. The
fire approached a number of dwelling-houses
on the margin of the wood, which were saved
from destruction by the energetic labors of
the firo deportment. The fire was finally
subdued. i.;'.. . , , i ,r. ....... .
Tui First Jourmal in Mosooco. The first
Journal ever published in Morocco has just
appeared. . It ii printed at Tetuan, in the
Spanish language, and is distributed gratui
tously. It bears the name of the c)to of
Tetuan. It gives a favorable account of the
mode of living at Tetuan. The Moors, who
re naturally generous, give up their rooms
and furniture to the Spaniards, treating them
as visitors and allies. ,
Tm Sscbbt or Fiiiali Popularity. Mrs.
Jane Swisshelm, in a late number of her
paiier, says the reason K is so popular is that
the men think she will always be saying
something she "oughtn't to say." And the
reason Jane herself is so popular with the
men, we suppose, Is because they think she
will do something she oughtn't to dot
, India SurssiN4 p-hom Bxpobti op Ele
phants. The Calcutta EnglithmoM declares
that the recent exportation of elephants from
Pegu has been' most disastrous to the pro
vince. The elephants are wanted to drag
timber, and their absence has caused an ex
traordinary diminution in the supply,
i- , a
A Girl IrniAra from Mobphiki. A girl in
Burlington, Iowa, anticipating a fever and
ague chill, took so large a dose of morphine
as to make her crazy: she bade her employer
from coming into his own house, and then
she ran away and was guua until the effect
of the quinine worked off,
. Schillbr MsatoBiALa. Schiller's only sur
viving daughter, Madame vou Ulelchen Hass
wunu, having requested the public to forward
to her all the speeched, etc., relating to the
recent Schiller Festival, has received not less
than 2,000 sets of memorials from 400 differ
I 1 a 1 1 ii i a
,L0H8 IV tm LatsFikr ib Kw Oklramh.
Th loss by fire in New Orleans on Thursday,
was $110,000; as follows: Kail March. $40,
OoOj W. k C. Blauchard, $30,000 T. H. Shield.
fSjOOOi J. H. Fireland, $S2,600t C. Yals, Jri
ifao., a.sOO) r.G.H. Taylor, 48,000,
A Railway Conductor Discovers his Wife's
Favorite Lover is a "Respectable"
A voting married man. ft condflclor on the
Third-avenue Railroad in New York, adver
tised short time since, to admit a boarder.
A gentleman applied for the advertised lodg
ings, with the degree of M. V. appended to
his name, surrounding him with a halo of
respectability, which made him doubly ac
ceptable to both husband and wife. The
doctor is a gay and good-looking man, has
been married, but for some reason does not
live with his spouse. Well, the day on which
the conductor took the doctor to board proved
the very worst of his life, for the latter had
not been long an mite of the former's peaceful
home before he commenced those arts of fac
ination, in the use of which medical men can
be so dangerous, upon the partner of his
landlord's bosom. i . -
Opportunity is all the devil wants, and op
portunity the gullsH couple hod. All night
long the conductor was away on the avenue
ears; through the long evenings the man of
medicine was at home with his yielding
hostess. Era long the conductor's suspicions
became aroused, and he began to watch the
Eair. A' few evenings ago, pretending to
nve left for his nightly duty, he suddenly
returned, and, softly opening his bed-room
door, discovered his wife and the doctor in
flagrante delicto. He thrashed the doctor
handsomely, and his wife also, and then left
ner lorever. , ,
Treasure-Hunters in the West—A Mountain
of Solid Gold.
The correspondent of the St Louis Demo
crat, writing from Anraria to Denver City,
gives glowing account of affairs therea
bouts. He says that the miners are flocking
by hundreds from the valley towns, having
replenished their outfits, into the various dis
tricts of the gold-bearing mountains, where
rich gold diggings have lately been discov
ered. The writer gets so elated with his sub
ject as to give vent to the following: ; ,
It Is my belief that the great natural water
shed region, or quadrilateral tuble mountain,
so to speak, from the several corners of which
the great Arkansas, the Rio Grande, the
Platte and the Colorado Rivers take their
rise and flow into their several opposite di
rectionsone to the Gulf of Mexico, another
to the Gulf of California, another to the Mis
sissippi River, and the fourth to the Missis
sippi River, near Omaha, Nebraska; I say it
is my belief that, enveloped and embodied
between those great natural starting points,
or water-sheds, there is ft solid mountain
mass of gold.
Diplomatic Prussian Expedition to tub
East. The diplomatic, mercantile and scien
tific members of the Prussian expedition to
the Eastern Asiatic waters will leave Berlin
at the end of this month, and will travel by
the overland route to the East Indies, where
they will join the ships of war intended to be
then at Singapore. The diplomatic members
consist of Count Frederic of Eulcnburg, as
chief, who will be nominated extraordinary
embassador and accredited minister, und a
consul and three attache; of whom one will
be Baron von Bunsen, youngest son of the
well-known scientific diplomatist of that
name. Besides two portraits of the Prince
Regent, ft telegraphic apparatus, and articles
of various kinds, to the value of about 1,200,
will be seat as presents to the rulers of Japan
and Siam. . . ...... ,
Gratitudi op tri Austrian Jiwa to thr
Emperor. The Emperor of Austria, it will
be remembered, issued ft decree . about ft
month ago, regulating the civil situation of
Jews in the Austrian provinces, and confer
ring on them certain rights. Within the last
few days addresses expressing gratitude to
the Emperor for these measures have reached
Vienna from the Jews in all parts of the
Empire; and a deputation consisting of the
principal Jewish bankers and capitalists of
that city have waited on his Majesty to
present their thanks. . To this deputation the
Emperor said that for the future the rights of
all his subjects should be respected alike, and
he added that he counted on the co-operation
of all the Israelites in promoting the re
generation of the common country.
A Locohotivb Blown to Atoms Thrsi
Mbn Wounobd. At Eoston, Penn., the loco
motive ExceUior burst her boiler the other
morning, just as she was starting up the Ltn
high Valley Railroad with a train of cattle
cars. George Winters, engineer, and Wil
liam Pbaroah, Jackson Bilman and William
Bilman, train hands, were hurt, but none of
them seriously, and they are expected to re
cover. The engine is total wreck blown
into hundreds of pieces. . One piece of the
boiler, weighing over half a tun, was thrown
ft distance of a quarter of a mile. The bell
was found in ft grave-yard still further off.
It is a miracle that no lives were lost, as, be
sides those on the train, there were eight or
ten persons standing near the engine at the
time of the explosion.
Tbb Cordova Cathedral. The cathedral,
at Cordova, in Spain, originally the Moorish
mosque, was turned to. Christian worship
without being torn down or essentially al
tered. Its roof is supported by a forest of
pillars, said to be eight hundred and fifty in
number, most of them made of all varieties of
marble. They were brought from France,
Constantinople, Carthage and Spain, ready
made, taken or stolen from other temples.
Those too long are sunk deeper in the ground,
those too short propped up below or furnished
with long capitals. From each pair springs
two arches, one above the other. The pillars
are not over sixteen feet high above the
ground, and the whole effect is most singular.
Gallantry to a Wirs Injurious to her
Reputation. Jones was truve'ing with his
wife,' and (for a freak) was so gallant in his
behavior to his ears tpoea, that madam grew
uneasy and remonstrated against his atten
tions as too marked for public observation.
"The d II" said Jones, "we're married, I
suppose?" "Yes," said the lady, "but, judg
ing by your deportment, folks will think tee
aintr "Well, what of it?1' said Jones. "Why,
not much) certainly,' for you," said the care
ful dome "you are are a man; but we women
have our characters to take cure of." Jones
was shocked into propriety for the rest of the
journey. - - v -t - " , ,
A Man Burnt to Death Wuilb Reading
itr Bed. Some week or two ago, in Cheatham
County, Tennessee, Jas. Morgan retired to
bed to read, and after he had fallen aaieep
the family was aroused by his screams, when
they hurried to his room just as be threw the
door open and fell prostrate to the floor, lie
was so badly burnt that he died in a day or
two afterward, He had some $3,000 in bis
room, the greater part of it being in gold,
some of which has been recovered in a dan!
aged condition, but the paper money was
Postponement op tub Editorial Excur
sion on tan Baltimore and Onto Railboad.
In order to give longer time fur preparation
as well as to throw the proposed editorial
excursion to Washington into the most agree
able period of spring, the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad Company has finally determined to
fix the day for the special train from Wheel
lug and Parkersburg upon Friday, May 4,
instead of the 13th April, as at first proposed.
Success op John B, (jrovn in England.
The Temperance orator, , B. Gough, ad
dressed an audienos of three thousand per
sona, in. sJxetor Hall, London, rtjeutly. ..At
the close of the meeting a geutlemau, whose
name did not transpire, nonded to Mr. Go ugh
the sum of 90. to be applied to the purpose
of furthiring the Interests of the movement
A Substantial English Testimonial for
Cobden-$200,000 Subscribed in Three
From the first moment it Was rttmored that
there was likely to be a commercial treaty
between England and France, and that Mr.
Cobden had been mixed np in the affair, his
old friends and colleagues in the Anti-Corn
Law League made up their minds that he
ought not to go unrewarded by those who
would most benefit by it. The first promoter
of the movement is a gentleman in Lan
cashire, who thought that the best way to
show his gratitude was to present Mr. Cob
den with a large sum of money. He com
municated with others upon the subject, and
headed the list of subscriptions with the mu
nificent sum of 5,000. The suggestion wits
no sooner thrown out than it was eagerly
caught at, and in the space of three weeks
more than 40,000 has been subscribed, the
highest donation being 5,000, end the low
est 500. Such a suliscrlption, composed of
such large individual contributions, is with
out parallel in history, except in the instance
of Mr. Pitt, and affords the most conclusive
evidence of the value that is set upon the
treaty by the .manufacturing and trading
bodies. It is stated to be the intention of
several persons to set on foot another sort of
testimonial, to which those who may hare
the same desire, but not the same means as
they who have already given, may subscribe;
and from the enthusiasm with which the
proposition has been received, there can be
but little doubt of the result.
The Two Mexican Prize Steamers Libeled.
Henry C. Miller, Est)., United States Dis
trict Attorney, has laid before the United
States District Court, in Admiralty, petitions
of libel against the steamers General Mira
mon and marquu de la Jabana; each in the
name of the United States, and of Commo
dore Thomns Turner and the officers and
crew of the United States sloop-of-war Sara
toga. The general charge against the two
steamers is that of piratical aggression. The
specifications are rehearsals of the different
incidents which led to the pursuit and cap
ture of the two steamers near Vera Cru,
with all which incidents the public are suffi
ciently familiar. It is highly probable that
the li'iels will be made good upon trial, in
this event, the confiscation will result hand
somely for Commodore Turner and she offi
cers and crew of the Saratoga they being
entitled to oue-lialf the value of the prizes,
and it being stated that the fitting out of the
two steamers at Havana cost at least $300,000.
Commodore Marin, who bad the two steam
ers under his charge, has been released on
bail of $3,000, before the United States Cir
cuit Court. The officers and crews still re
main prisoners of war in the parish prison,
New Ihrltant Delta, Thureday.
A Family of Twelve Persons Poisoned by
Stealing Flour—Three of them Dead and
the others in Danger.
A family, consisting of some twelve mem
bers, liviug in the neighborhood of Fnyette
ville, Brown County, Ohio, named Story,
were a few days since almost simultaneously
seized with vomiting, and a physician having
been called in, found the whole number
poisoned. The family having sustained a
reputation by no means enviable in the neigh
borhood, suspicions were immediately raised
that this was but the result of some of their
evil deeds. Arsenic was at last detected in
the flour of which they had all partaken
r oi wincn incy naa an partaKen
m closely questioning the mother,
partly by fear ol her death, she
edged thut she bad stolen the flour
hiu, vpuii ciueeiir
from a mill in the neighborhood on the pre
vious evening, ine miner, it seems, bud
placed arsenic in somexf his flour in order to
kill the rats and other vermin which were
destroying the sacks in which it was con
tained, and of which prepared flour the old
lady had taken and thus poisoned ber family.
Three of the family have since died from the
effects of the poison. i
A Camanchi Hero. The Austin (Texas,)
Intelligencer gives a description of the gun,
bow and arrows, trappings, Ac, of an Indian
recently killed in Burnet County a wild
Camanche and adds:
"Mr. Hunter, of Burnet, describes his con
duct and death as being brave in the highest
degree. A party of about ten had pursued
and overtaken the Indians, about the same
number, and at lost intercepted them. The
Indians took to the timber. The whites at
tempted to pursue, when this Indian turned
on foot and faced the whole party. With
his gun to his shoulder he rushed at one
and another, although fired at all the time
with six-shooters, and succeeded in keeping
them at bay. He did not fire; and at lost,
when shot several times, Mr. II. says he got
down on his knees as quietly as a man going
to prayer, and making an effort to draw his
bow, fell dead, pierced with a dozen bullets.
The party join in tho belief that he met his
death to enable the balance of his band to
escape. Only one of the others was killed.
He was not tall, but was a model of symme
try, and displayed great power of muscle.
A Woman Madb Ravino Mad by Attend
ing a Methodist Revival. Sarah Anderson.
a servant girl, residing with Mrs. Dale, of
viewport, ungiona, returnea a lew weeks
since from a Methodist revival meeting, in a
fearful state of mind. Her very features
were affected. She said she had been con
verted. Her companions and she hod been
so frightened by the influence of the service
that they had to be accompanied home.' The
Eochcr had suid something about the girl
ing care of herself, or the devil would get
. Her friends had no control over her.
She became delirious, and was sent home.
She escaped from them during the night and
was found next morning in the cow-byre,
holding two of the cows by the tail, singling
hymns and songs, and shouting and pmyiug.
All means to restore her rationality failed.
She went to Newport raving mad.
: A Slate Beaten to a Jrllt. Henry
Henderson, of New York, employed to drive
the stage from Aberdeen, Miss., to Prairie
Station, literally beat to death ft negro man
belonging to W. J, Gordon, at the last named
Slace, on Saturday night The negro hod
isobeyed some order given him by Hender
son, when the latter took up ft poll-strap of
the stage, weighingoneandaquurterpounds,
with a large buckle on one end, and gave the
negro, as he said himself, about one hundred
and seventy lashes, beating bim into a inush
from his thighs to his shoulders, and fractur
ing hisskull. Henderson attempted to escape
when he heard of the negro's death, but was
arrested and imprisoned,
Destbuotivi Animslh Killed in the
French Forests. A letter from Paris says
that the number of destructive animals de
stroyed in the forests of the Crown, during
the lost six years, by the keepers, by trap or
by gun birds and beasts included amounts
to 164.617. Into this total enter 88 wolves
and whelps of wolves, 5,211 foxes, 213 bad-
fers, 8,669 martins, 2,0541 polecats, 1,507 stray
ogs, 7,784 wild cats, 34,453 weasels and
hedgehogs, 4,477 buzzards, 7,451 sparrow
hawks, 10,170 owls, 18,4oJ crows, 21,500 mag
pies, 17,479 jays, 6,030 squirrels, and 10,822
rats and field mice.
" Suit fob Rsrusina A Yotb. In the Huron
County (O.)Common Pleas ft suit was brought
by Stephen Robinson against Wheeler and
others, judges of election, for refusing the
vote of the former under the "visible admix
ture" law,, The verdict for plaintiff against
the defendant for refusing said vote Was one
hundred And eighty dollars.
l... i I .. . .' '-'
John A. Johnson, an esteemed citizen of
uagerslowu, ind., cut his throat with a shoe
knife recently because he could not control
bis appetite rer liquor, ;
Extraordinary Political Wager—Kicking
Against the Bricks.
One of the moat sinetllnf Wrwer we ever
heard of was made in Chicago on the day be-
lura in. municipal ciecuuu ill mat city
Wentworth and Gurnet, the rmnoslnir candi
dates for the Mayornlity. The bet was be
tween Water-street merchant and Ned
Osborne, of the Tremont House, the largest
cigar and tobacco denier in the city, and was
to the effect that if Wentworth was elected,
Osborne should have the privilege of kicking
the Water-street merchant aforesaid, from
the Tremont House to Springer-street. Tho
day after the election, the merchant, having
u. ru . ... . I ,.l
his person to him for the contemplated kicks.
and demanded that Osborne should take the
stakes. Osborne had been training his right
leg all the day previous, and bad armed his
foot with a heavy cowhide boot, with soles as
thick as two clan-boards. The merchant
started np by the Tremont Osborne deliver
ing a neavy hick as ne started, ont orew dock.
his foot with a spasmodic action and parox
ysm of countenance absolutely pitiful.
lie tnea anotner one, Duttne loser nincnea
not end kept leisurely on his way, undis
turbed by the volley he had received.' The
result of this was worse than the first, and
he fairly curled up on the ground and howled
with pain. The merchant stopped and calm
ly Inquired: "Why don't you tnko the
"What have you got In the basement of
your pants?" cried Ned. "Milwaukie bricks,"
shouted the merchant; "and we arn't within a
mile of Springer-street yet." Osborne rub
sided, paid the champagne, and has been
wearing list slipper ever since.
The Tender Passion in a Poor-house—A
Couple of Venerable Paupers Deprived
Couple of Venerable Paupers Deprived of Connubial Bliss.
In the Cohasset (Mass.) poor-house there
lives at this time an aged pauper, who has
attained to the somewhat remarkable age of
eighty-six years, and in the same establish
ment lives an antiquated dame, who is his
junior by eight summers. Notwithstanding
the ft-ostiness with which so many winters
have naturally invested this venerable cou
ple, they still retain sufficient warmth of
affection to institute a deep reciprocal attach
ment, ana ine ngeu pair are warmly desirous,
even at their late day, of perpetrating mat
rimony. But the ladv being: a resident of
tho town of Hull, which pays her board to
Cohasset and the old gentleman belonging
to Cohasset, a difficulty has arisen in their
case, and the course of their true love has
been crossed in its march by the town of
Cohassct's shutting down, on the ground
that if their mutual ' desire Is consummated
both of them will come upon that town for
support nnd the subsidy from Hull be lost
The parties warmer plead their desire, but
the Selectmen are inexorable, and it is most
likely that theirjnuptials will be indefinitely
A Stags Coach with the Mails and Bao
saoe Entirely Destroyed by Fire. A few
days since the coach carrying the moil from
L.OCK nnven to Tyrone, x-enn., tooic nre ana
was entirely consumed, together with the
mails and the baggage belonging to .the pas
sengers; the accident occurring through the
negligence of one of the passengers in throw
ing a lighted match into the straw in the
bottom of the coach. In an instant every
thing was enveloped in flames, and it was
wtth difficulty that the passengers escaped
from the stage unhurt;, while to make the
matter worse, the horses took fright and run.
Before they oould be stopped the coach was
so much burnt that neither moils nor baggage
could be saved. It was fortunate that no
ladies were on board, as they could not have
been rescued the flames spread so rapidly. .
' Ten Indians Killed in Texas. The fol
lowing account of a desperate encounter
with a body of savages we rind in the San
Antonia (Texas) Ledger of the 24th nit : "In
our issue of Monday last we gave an account
of ft fight between five Germans, from Cas
trovillo, and a party of ten Indians, in which
the latter succeeded in getting away with
most of the horses they hod stolen. Upon
the return of the Germans to Costroville, a
company was made up, and started in pursuit
of the Indians on the 14th. About the Hondo
they were joined by some of the settlers, and
shortly afterward overtook the savages, and,
after a desperate encounter, killed ten of them
and recovered all the horses,"
1 ' r-
' Sklf-respkct the Beginning op Good
Manners. The beginning of good manners
is self-respect Necessity is the law of all
who are not self-possessed. Those who are
not self-possessed obtrude and pain us Some
men appear to feel that they belong to a pa
riah caste. They bend and apologize, and
walk through life with timid step, as we
sometimes dream that we are in well-dressed
company without any coat. , They act as if
they suffered from some mortifying circum
stances: but the hero or gentleman should be
always at home where he is, and look com
fortable in every situation. H. W. Emtrton.
t SI i
' O.va or Hook's Jokes. Dr. Kitchener,
whose name fully bore out his devotion to
the culinary art ' piqued himself upon his
punctuality, and was in the hubit of having
the following motto written, ever his side
board for the benefit of his evening visitors:
"dome at seven, and go at eleven.": Theo
dore Hook, who always liked to get into
what aro called the short'-hours, added tire
word "it" to tho above, and great was the
surprise of the worthy doctor, when he found
that, By the alteration, the notice read as
follows: "Come at seven, and go it at
eleven." . .
The Reason thb World Don't Improve.
Do you know why the world is no better
than it is?. Because each of us believes that
the warnings, the teachings, the wise in
culcations, the hius at folly, the moral
aphorism, the shafts shot at vice and crime
from pulpits, press and stag are all intended
for our right hand neighbor, and our left
hand neighbor our withers are unwrung.
A Poor-housb Destroyed by Fire. The
Sullivan County Poor-house,, at Monticello,
N, Y, was destroyed by fire on Friday morn
ing. A part of the furniture was saved.
There were about seventy paupers in the
building when the fire was discovered. They
all escaped, and are now housed in the barns
and out-buildings belonging to the institu
tion. The tire is supposed to have originated
in the roof from a spark from the chimney. . '
A' Man Killed by Dhinkinu Creosote
Thouoh a Mistake. Thomas Howard, livery-stable
keeper, went into a drug-store in
Cleveland, on Tuesday evening, and asked
fur a glass of brandy. Theclerk of the estab
lishment placed jar of the liqnor upon the
counter, but Howard mistook it for bottle
of creosote, and pouring out an ordinary
drink, swallowed it and in spite of medical
aid died in two hours. -
, . i i 1 1 i l '
Touoh Beep at the Charleston Conven
tion. in view of the approaching events the
following paragraph, from the Chatanooga
(Tenn.) Advtrtieer, has a tearful significance!
"A citizen from Charleston, 8. C came np
the other day, and paid $36 piece for each
of those eight steers that haw been hauling
rock from the river to the depot for the lust
week or so." . , -...i..i ., . .. i i
' Important Dibcoveby. It . is announced
that Prof. Greeuough. of New Orleans, has
succeeded, alter much investigation, in itn
pregnating common burning fluid, or caiu
pheue, with carbonic acid gas, ss a neutral
izing agent which, leaving the inftummuble
nature of the fluid unchanged, makes it no
explosive, and, consequently, harmless.
The United States Prisoners at New Orleans
A Pair of Distinguished Cutthroats.
The Crucent of a late dote has the follow
ing concerning the one hundred and twenty
five prisoners captured near Vera Cruz by
the Saratoga, and taken to New Orleans;
Of the prisoners taken with these steamers.
(the General Aliramon and the Marquit de la
Jiabana,) about one nunarea ana twenty-nve
have been lodced in the parish prison of this
city and parish for safe keeping. They are
as wicked and piratical looking a set of men
as were ever seen togetuer in tins city or its
Among these United States prisoners of
war are two men upon whom the State of
ixmisiana nas prior ana very neavy claims.
Both aro accused of murder in this city, and
both, at the time of the murders, escaped
from the country.
One is Antonio Carcano, ft Spaniard.
Some years ago he stabbed and killed an old
sailor in ft coiiee-nouse on uaiintin-etreet.
He was chased by Lieutenant Freumax and
other police officers, so far down as the old
paper-mill in the Third District; was shot at
several times, and wounded in one of his
legs, and still managed to escape into the
swamp, and to get off to Havana. At Havana
he killed a man and fled to Port-au-Prince, in
Hayti, After other wanderings and adven
tures, he returns to this city, a United Slates
prisoner of war, as above mentioned.
The other distinguished prisoner is man
whose brother was hung, and another man
hung, and whose other brother was sent to
tho penitentiary, all for murder in this city,
some years ago; and he himself would hare
bceu bung had he not escaped. This man is
Louis Defisle. He and his brothers Antonio
and Henry, and a man named Adam, robbed
the house of Mr. Chevillon, in the Third Dis
trict, takiug a large sum of money, and cut
ting the throat of a slave girl to keep ber
quiet Antonio Delisle and Adam were
hung in front of the parish prison, the lost
public execution that took place in this city;
Henry Delisle was sent to the penitentiary as
an accessory to the robbery and murder.
This newlv arrived Louis Delisle is said to
have had the razor in his pocket, and to have
held the girl while bis brother Antonio took
the razor from the pocket and cut the girl's
The Clerical Politician and Gen. Jackson.
Gen. Jackson was President of the
United States," said an aged laborer in tho
Presidential garden, a few years since, "he
could tell an honest man from a rogue when
first he saw him. I remember that a clergy
man with a stiff white choker and an untar
nished suit of black, called upon him one
morning when he was overlooking some work
that I was performing in the garden, and re
quested an appointment to some office, say
ing, "General, I worked harder for your elec
tion than many of those upon whom you
hare already bestowed office." "Yon arc a
minister of the Gospel?" said Old Hickory,
inquiringly. "Yes,1' said the clergyman, "I
was minister, but I thought I could do bet
ter vr Becoming ft politician, no i ftumpea
the district weeTc days for you, and preached
for the Lord Sundays." Old Hickory, turn
ing short toward him, and looking him full in
the face, said, "By the Eternal, if you would
cheat the Lord you would cheat the country.
I will have nothing to do with you. nor with
any like you. Good morning," and lie walked
rapidly away. i never shall forget the looks
of that hypocritical clergyman. Had the hist
judgment been set "nd he before the great
white throne, I doubt if he would have looked
more blank and chop-fallen.
Foxes Incompatible with the Scriptures.
That was a novel, but not so bad an argu
ment which, the mountain member urged in
the Kentucky Legislature. . -
A few years ago, a bill, proposing ft pre
mium on fox-scalps, was nnder discussion.
It had been somewhat roughly handled in
debate by members from the more populous
regions, where foxes were scarce, and Mr.
L , from one of tire mountain counties
rose to reply. I give only his peroration:
"And are we, Mr. Speaker we of the
mountain regions not only to witness the
annual destruction of our crops, but actually
to be deprived by these varmints of the con
eolation of rtligionf ' ' , '"
This woke the House up, and set it agape
for en explanation. He continued.
"You know, Mr. Speaker, that we live in ft
rough country-, that your fancy churches
your Presbyterians and Episcopalians never
sena proacners among us. vv e depend tor the
Gospel upon the circuit-riders of the Meth
odist Church; and, sir, every body knows
that they can not be induced to travel where
there are no chickens, and that chickens can
not be raised where foxes aboundl"
The argument was unanswerable, and the
bill became a law. . .
. Sldden Death op an Enolisii Baron.
A melancholy event occurred yesterday at
WelshpooL says the London Timee of March
14, which nas created a most painful sensa
tion, ana wnicn vividly recalls the circum
stances of the sudden death of Justice Tal
fburd, few years ago. Baron Watson had
arrived at Welshpool on Monday evening
and opened the assize commission. Yester
day morning he attended divine service at
the parish church, and immediately after
ward proceeded to open the court for the
trial of prisoners. He bad just concluded his
charge to the Grand Jury, which be deliv
ered in a firm and clear manner, when he ap
peared to bo suddenly seized with illness.
Several medical gentlemen who happened to
be in the court immediately rendered every
possible assistance, but without avail. His
Lordship was placed upon a sofa-cushion and
quickly carried to his lodgings, which were
only a few yards distant from the court Ho
had scarcely arrived there when he ceased to
breathe. . i
New York Praise op Ohio Cattle. The
Tribune in its last New York cattle market
report, says the best western drove in market
is fifty-five well-ted Durham steers from
Adam Miller's farm in Pickaway County.
They sold for M and lOJc. One pair for
$275, and fourteen at $100 each, including a
tine Martin heifer and ber twip; another
heifer sold for $100. They were all counted
Ho. per pound net.' Malcora and Roberts,
of Marion County, had one of the best tots in
market One pair Bold for $248, another for
$245, and still another for $225, and ft single
steer for $120. The drove averaged . 1,036
pounds per head. John Clark's drove, from
this county, are spoken of as good, fat, small
sized, old-style steers, and brought 9i10o.
' The House op Pizate ay Seville. The
House of Pilate at Seville, Spain, says a
reueut letter-writer, was built over three
hundred years ago by the Duke of Medina
Cujll, on Lis return from Palestine, in imita
tion of the house of Pontius Pilate. In one
of the rooms is a marble pillar intended to
represent thut at which the- Savior was
scourged, and the marble floor beside it is
stained to imitate blood.. The house and
grounds are kept in good order, and are well
worth visiting.. ..,i- 'i. 1 1
. i . iafc , , . ' i'r
White Whale Leather. A new kind of
leather has made its appearance in market,
made from the skia of the white whale found
in the, river St. Lawrence. From this can be
mode superior , kid, sole-leather, ' harness
leather, uad black leather for boots'. 1 " ' '
1 , u-TTfl jn lMHW.il 11 ., 1 ?,V , '',,'"
A Hoi'TBM 8uoflB8TioN! A Southern pa
per suggests the propriety of sending those
persona who are caught while engaged in the
slave trade to the North to be tried, and send
ing South for trial these who disobey the
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
AtTarUanuata aot exceeding Its Unas (Mat):
$0 I On iUiJZ.d 22
tarter advertlaemMU inaarted at the follow tof rates
ar sauara of tan Unas or lea:
SrJ"1.':!- 8? Ilr"'".- ?
On week....,.,...'.. 1 ii loaaauauh
In all Its tranche done with neatneas an4 alaeateh
WHEELER & WILSON'S
NO. r W. POrRTH-STREBT,
PIKE'H OPERA HOUSE,
CINCINNATI. !,! .. - '
WE OFFER TO THE M'THiIC THE
Wheeler A Wllron Sewing Machlua, IUi im
portant Iturovenianta, and to meet the demand fr a
giKul. Inw-nrloeil Family Machine, hava Introduced a
KKVf STYLE, working npon the nam principle, and
making the aame mil. h, tiiongb uut w lltglilr fin
tailed, at FIFTY-FIVB boi.LAKeJ. .
The elegance, ipced, nuteoletimeee and almftltrltt or
the Machine, the beauty and .trcngth of atltcb, be
ing Alias on oth atnta, 1niponlble to ravel, and
leaving no chain or ridge on the nnder aide, thn
economy of thread and adaptability to the thickens
or thinneat fabrics, baa rendered thia the moat anc.
eeaxful and popular Family Sewius jttachloe now
""xt'onr various offlcee we aell at Nsw York arieee,
and give Inetructlon. free of charge, to enable pur.
cbaaere to aew ordinary eeaine, aen, fell, wilt,
gather, bind and tuck, all on the same mionlaa, and
wanaut l for three year.
ben 1 or call for a circular containing foil particu
lars, price, teallmoalala. etc.
jal7-v WM. SCMXBR Sr. CO.
Sewing Silk . Agency,.
! V. FOCRTH-9T.,
fJIKCINNATI, OHIO, (CP STAIBS.)
SEWING, EMBROIDERIES, SAD
DLKHS Tram, Organiine, fringe and Spool
Twist, Needles and Spool Cotton.
ALSO Jonret' one-dime Spool beat THBEV
CO it I) MILK, expreaaly fur tkjwiug Machine!.
JOHN II. JOUVET, Agent.
THOMAS JOUVET. 1 felS-cm
Ne. 9 SEWING MACHINE..
No.l " " .
IT W WELL UNDERSTOOD BTMANT
Jl K ACTl'H h KS aud all Uiiaa who uae Slagw a Ma
chine, that they will do
GREATER VARIETY OF WORK, . .'. :
WILL DO MORE WORK, AND
WILL 00 IT IN BETTER STYLE
Than can be done on any other Machln. BIKQ
Btt'8 FAMILY HACB1DGS, 55 and $5.
SWClnclnnatl 0tn, Do. 8 Eaet Fovrtta-atreet.
majlfay JAS. SBLARDONVAsraatt. '
OA8 BCBNIN0, BMOKI-COKBUMIKQ. ...
COAL COOKING STOVE
r'- r : FOUR SIZES.
VWarranted to glr utrfacUon"Sl
' ' ' . .
I MAKUFACTCBED AND fOB BALE II,,.
CAMPBELL. ELLISON & CO,
Nob. 19 East Second-st.,
B. KITTREDGE & CO.,
134 MAIN-ST., CIN., O.
KITTREDGE & FOLSOM,
03 St. CkultMl., New Orleaaa, Xi.
. : ' laeoaius or " 1
Guns and Sporting .A-ppavrmtuSr
iKD SIALEOS IN eUNFOWDIB.
II. CAMPBELL & CO., -
MANUFACTURERS OP BAR, SHEET
and Boiler Iron, Flow blab, itallroad bDlkee, ...
etc. Aiao, agents for the aal of lront4in Star r.'aila.
Warerooma, lio. 1 Eaat bocoud-aueet, Cincumati, ,
averAll kind Iron made to order. ' ' - -
J. J. BUTLER'S
EXCELSIOR ' FLUID INKS
Manufactory, 39 Vine-street,
.T1I.EANER OP SINKS AND VAULTS.' , ,
BL No. W 8ixth-elret, between Vlueand llaoa, IQ
the Medlail College, Cilieiunall, Ohio. Veraoua who
may favor bim with their putiouugcti&nreh' on pnuo
tuallty and luw prlcea. aepl-ay
Saddle, Trunk and Harness :
104 3Iaiaetreet, tare Boer above Third", - - -
KEEP ON HAND AND MAKE TO H-';1
DKB all kind, of Hurt Trappim. ki tu We trj
and moat eulietantial manner.- AUo, a largo aaaort
meut of ll'irae Ulanketa, Whlpa, CJ.pet and Leltie f.-f
Bag., Bridle Site. Buffalo Bobea, Vall.e (the real .
olc-leatheri, Mail Tranka, spuoge, and a but a-' -
aortment belonging to this lino. I w lll.aeU a low as .
tuelowaal. ; . . ' '
: ,-'). OP ALL DESCRIPTION. '
OUOBOB A. PPTKH
.'1 A ' ' Me. l W. ma-elr. " ,
TWENTY PER CENT.' CHEAPER. , ,
than ehiewkore in the city. ll-ein '
T'xVa 3VX. Ho7-oa.,
AUCTIONEER, 'AND STOCK AHtf BILL BROKER, , ,
, as Third-it., BaAomeut Maaanlc Building.
STOCKS AND BONDS BOUGHT, AND , ;'
eolilon.oomuiia.inn. Mercantile Caperand Loans'
arjjutlated. Sole., Diviilcwle aud latoreat Confuse i ' i
AUOTl'OH HALES of Stocks, BuvU, Bal lUt .
etc.jOii any day renuired. ' . -
"TUe patronage of tk pabUe u reepectrully ae- -
llctted. . . Jutl-eaa ,
IPiuiip i Company,
Arllf itasiE eirmiAna v.ia r. a '
KJ TlUUU-tiTKEET, Liucwaatf, unu
UUD-STrtEtT. Liucmaatl. Oliloj r aikti
US largely Palmer-! celebrated Ilydiaull
re aikii .'OiJir.!
ww urn Llll riaia, any, a rvr ".II
fine. All tlioee who an about to purrliaw l't N V
fur Taimeriee. Brewareja. tlltori., brr,t "
Paper Mill., Railroad Utatiom, Mine., Wrekla ,, j
tui powa, oe, In fcet, lue any pnrptaw li.ni ra
i uiadad, wnl nml It to their advalitJOje,
M the wirklug of thee valuable fnnllc.B., fir ad "V
addrelthe PALMKIt PUklf COAtrAtjI furaoWifl
ttaiKl Utea.l'iuur wllh pei' atlaokU.o, t ' '
.I... . Id.dMnii ., : ,.,., ,,)
Street itallraa Cir ana Oaunlbns Slaae
wwmi WoV M&mw. -