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' ,Ua mVl'it." IJ",-",,0 ' ' I suHein
Voarth nlftiMf tha celebrated: Comedian, I
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when, ho will appear In hie grant character of "'The
Xiuchen. , , , . rt -. , , . i ,, . t. . , , , j
,S!a hawa -IVwHl bo preeeoted the exc.ll.nt
1 " t-tbwM or fn fobeAt1.
KlmAcB fwMh 5i(lA Ainral, Mri
ihmai-l, ir, llnnif, Chrnp JuM, .Mr. j
ylhi, 'Mm.' Bllnlnr, Htrliht, MM
raiti I.Kly Anno., Ulaa Alio KliiKabury
TUB BMITH8 AND BROWNS. 1
Mr. Smith, Mr -John Bll.icr; Mr. .immon, Mr.
Mr. Ilrnwn, Mr. Adnrnn; Mrs. Hommsrtnni
Ml Annl Walloj Mn. Boiltll, MlM Evarltt; In.
..BrvwivMiwJulla lriftu(. ri , i
I'Oti'tlroridAf (nmalDri th ' ierftrln Ac VIU on
iud with i
i 'I TWENTY, MIStJTE WITH A TIGER. I
; hrlw wliliti... kj.j...i..i.Mt. Sothtrn
-KrldKy erfnlnn, Boneflt of Mr. BOTHERS,
uil hta Urn kmrnca but ooa. , , ,
' WHckVThi.iit(.r, N.w York, ulMT " Ib.Jlo
mnCT u ir Vonnji Man." , , . I
mCLSSATl TR0TTIN: PARK.
.NO UAt'E WII.I, CO.MKOfT
V. Mr la, IMA, for apunwaad flake
a heat; brat 3 la a to baraeai. , j
A. Uaiilaitr(Bollr lewUS i. . Batlr twtn.
DKivcan. i oexaai. ' j ' T
fiu-.. 1 1 lair tit in J . ..IT
Bl ' H Nvln'a m I ..1. D.L...
Tl,l xpetd to be a very cliwlr-coatiite4 ana
.""T'""" r"c'- T1"1 lione are connlileriMl to be
K fOU.illr miUrhed lu apml, anil a (nod time mar be
).'wtMt. Rnce to comt off r S ?clock P. M. '
Cara wiU Iruve the II. A D. at. U. Ik pt, fur the
myl7 T1ID8. i. HTBl'HENS, Proprietor.
v ThuradayETenlng, Majr ir, leoo.
. cdMPUMEOTART CONCERT.
BT THE- - - j .
.YOUNG UDIES' LYCEUM OF WESLEYAR F. C0LU6E.
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PBOG R& Bin E PART I. !
, 1. CllOUUB I tiimhardU... .ile Clan.
' . . i MIJU) PIANO. .,,
. 1 Sehinocht am M aero, (WUIuien, ).... U. J. Smith.
S. "Ivor of The I'm Fondlr jireamloi," (Foley Hall)
i , Mr. Varlan Janete.
.V 4. 80ltO-'Vl0tH......1.........,. ...J. Toaio.
BUl.U AaXl UllUIUB.
1 S. Normii If. J Smith and Olee C'latii,
i . vkj mi 4"t.:an llupe uo lonrer omlle," (Uarara,
" . ... Mown. Field and Smli
. . .. PART II. y -
. 1 1 f ', 11 DOBTT. BOLO AND CHOBllIl. 4'
I. "0 Cor Aiiiiirla." MiMoa V. A O. aiidOlMleiie.
80LU VloLIN..vMp.i.. . .... J. Toatol
' - - Tgi.AU WUAIlir.llK. I
3. lllon(Mllcn....... Jlie r t U Memm. Hi AS.
. SONO-"Errmnl iliToluml,"...Mr. Varlan Jainei.
. SONIt "The Mnnk,"Mi yerlKer) .U. J. Smith.
6. UIIOKITg The I.unlie Great," (Klinl)..0. tlH.
TICK BTS. 'VIITTY UXSW.: Uraud fiaaO kti.dly
AT BArneji nt,CTfMltll m iii),
. ,RETCBX OF TI CAMPBELLS
' , SMITH & NIXON'S HATiTj
Hix IViglits OnlV
Commencing Monday, My 14.
jtm in exlateocis mil ot tiers atwuiuiuK tk nttia
na not worthy qi cDnaeiiu,
CAJtPWKLI,. w ow n Uimfk tx turn fnm th
iHiauu 01 uutiR, being in nnt ttnn od.jt ailnitrt?lof
KfM.Htinn thtvt ever vtoik-d tbiit ItUnd. When it
- wm rumurrd that Ihn Troupe wtu about to Uka the
.ittv tii ganri imprwioit mm tht) rnterprlw
miuM rf it fhfirrra, nr the reason tlmt ruont of the
Company ouuld neither iiwak or nude round the
cpAuiam ungukvga, nna tauMiOoum not under
1 Htand Bnglisli. The rtnult, however, proved the ena-
f nry the nnutcnl nnd comic talunt of the Trouj
being suftltluat to draw Uiuutuer nod ntertaln turn
InrtTeat nnd moat faxltloneble aurtlfinCA in llaviiii
i ion i
ciu were lb their midst. Their performuoe met
3J1.A.11UKU jiiimn umini una uiiirini urmna KJlt-
with uchmrk of approbation thnt tbey were eo
licitod to vUit, the nJbboriag etiee. Aftfr por
foruiing in HovAftai Miimmh,- OBrdntiM, nna othet
citiesiu tJiejiorth of the Inland! with un Dare lolled
iitleoeH. they now retnra to the eeenM of their for
nivrtrlutiiDhi. conecl'ius thttt the uttrotiur, w frnt-.w
ex tented to them In former dayf wlUitlUbeewiirdHi
;hem. . ". .' i
,rifrar(6Titi t y o'Hcek-oommeiwe at 9. 1 ,
W"Adnilon,30 0ENT8ATO ALL PAhTSOf
f W"Adniliou. 30 0EKT8. TO ALL PARTS 1
TUB UOUHK. P. A. CLARK, Agent.
AIACE UAEDBN.-THIM HRAfTTf
. MT yUL PLAl E Of hllMMhlti httkOHT will
hortly be npened for the amiauit and eujoymeut
L4 1"-,-eqtj ntlemen, roch a Dancara,' Ooml
1 Mriget-a. Meffloian, Nffra MUittrols, Kpa and
- wire ronormer, juggierti. Ac. wishing engage,
menu, or having aft attractiou to offer, will pleae)
UU1HM .U ,
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n II fin drDf
Bok 1,370, F MtoAloi
CQilYASD AID OFFICE,
: Hartford' City1 .
.1, i i .P'U'ered at Uu lowwt market ratoav i
yWarOrdere eolicltad and promptly eieented
Y fia7y j " , W. n. UUBufeu..Haor
; DR. M E ttIT WE IilaS
' RESIDENT PENTIST,
DKNTAIj COI.T.KOF TNPIR MAHY, NO,
Itlf tk)il.Jil.Ji.STKIiltf. bntwrna Klxtfi and
ogcmu tmllli ma Uaoe, tllncuiuatt, O. ., , -i".
T.IS 0 iKI0BM VOR PT.ATB WORK i
Toil upper or lower aet. of taeth contlniioui gnm,
m-'i - - von OPERATIONS. -
Small gold viae, eaoh.... JO santa to f 1.
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TERMS OABH. ,
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- 19 WEST FOURTU-STRBBT.
BAMUKL O. .WINOHE8TIIK, Oatter. arJO-ay
TBEOEIVEP.OW ON8IONHIKNT Af
J fy for aule at 9311 par case, Owaortud bumbei
myt-bw No. T! Wnt Kourthlreet
.1 tut,, u.. 'r,yTT7irTna " " ' ''
liifrrt!'ANI brx'QRATIVK PAINT KR,
JUL na. ri'UU'iud trotn ale old ptaiid, oil Walnut.
atreet. to BTORE NO. 7 BUltNKT ttOUBH, km
be will ba pli uuwd to nuat alt iiU old friend, and
"- I m,IB J tl A npH-n-
rwi C R k I h h r
X OKIYKD, 4 caeke,
new ; very eoft and nice
mylt .. jt and Brajob tfjif Wwt yonrtbJC
t on don emit a rcw.-JTsT
AhiCfclviu, a iroM ionaon uian
aate, wuoleaal. aua rel.il, or
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yW '-ti SBani
4 Branch 4 Went
-CINCINNATI. TUUllSDAy MORNING, MAY lti 1866..
PRICE ONE CENT,
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RAILWAY MATTERS. TRAINS DEPART.
lima Miami 17 ntUntw tutor than Otty tlai.,1
A. M. nnd 11 P. M. Oolambaa Aeeommodatloa
4 P. Ati Xante AaosnnnlmVoa, P.t'
' CirfciVxiri, Hiaitwn Ann I)ATTon-r mlnnlai
faatar than City turn.,) A. M., IBtlO A. M., t)i3
P. M. and P. M, Hamilton Accommodation, 8 A.
M. and SiS PvM. .'H.i.ts.l. :. ..:i:i . i. ,
Omo amd Miminsrm 111 mlnntaf lower than
City lima,) 4rU9 A K. and St3S P. K. Lovtolln
AeMmnHntatloa.tlP.'M.iii .mi.I i' ' j ,
lRDiAArot am OiwnnmTt rilmtniitaa elower
than City tlnvr,) A. M., 9i30 A. Mi an P. M.
hamitta Ann ciKntnTATt-tf r mlnntee tutar than
City tlma.) Bi4S A. M. and P. If. "
CorinoTon Ann tuunoa-ICitr tlm.,1 BtS A.
, Limn MtAvir-SiM A. M.. f A. M 1 ltfl A A. M.
and 4l40 P. M. ' .'' a u , ,
OnioAnn MiMtatrti-tts A. H., HiQS P. M.
And BiSO P. M -
CincmjiATi, Bahiatoii An DAnon Ti4S A. If.,
10i40 A. M., 1 P. M., Si30 P. M.. Ti33 P. M. And
trtS P:iI..-( AM Si Ti? ";'' :
tmiuntii in JnrciiocArI--Ti48 A. It., 1
. M. andStSaP. M.i. ; i. -
MAailTTA AMD ClHOIMMATI lOlOS A. M. And
0)13 P. M.
CoTtMOTOW AfI.tl!,eTl4,A"M.'M i38
TRAINS ARRIVE. VARIETIES.
A doer killed A child, fire Tears old. in Oil
ford, Mioh, la wcik,- Mcklng Hathroat
Jacob Will, s native of Pruuia. and a
blacksmith bf trade, cat hi) throat in 6t
Louis a day o two ago. s.v ) 1 !, 1 -
Oeorsre Eber. a baker sf trood habits, blew
bis brainl out in Beaidstown, 111., a few days
unce. . . , ;
Clistmr Llnlrjkhoener. adiasinated Oerman.
DUti(f himself In St Louis, tontly,whil
A prite fieht occurred In St. JoseDh. Mo
recently, between two young men, the larger
being vanquished in the fifteenth round, i '
Wrol it darteater. Btontr boetlmaster of
Hdunt Kiso, New Ybrku was arrested recentlr
for robbing trwrnailj 0
ine anmrersary ot tne Dinn-aay or jonn
Brown waa celebrated in Hamilton, 0. W.
by the negro citizens. J
Geo. Overall, a bov. shot his father's nesrro
slave dead, without any cause, in Stewart
yountVj lennoB vne Din insy f f T I '
A boy, vvhilfl cfnoking a Whip, iuDeArborn
County, Ind on Monday, struck but bis little
sister s eye... . . ,..,,; . .-, ; i.
Benjamin Bccrtra was hitteu. bv a horse, in
La Orantre. CalifutiiiA some four weeks since.
and died the day following. " ' i
j llnriMo n:t1.hL HMr rstnnmt. ITftlirrtrelia: m.
. . ... '1. . . r-M ri . J n - i'f
cently, one man, John Cassey, httd both his
. " "C - 1 1 " '
ears cut off by a Bowie-knife. ..
Theodore Picher ftu from the
hotel in Portage-- Mich, recentlr. having
gone there while asleep, and broke tys neck.
- rX wdroknl died & Toronlo, Cknaia, re
cently, irom tne enccts oi a Dite Irom a ta-
rorito cat. . .
j'tjtoj . IBIII'HH"
Two men were thrown from a stone watron
near New Bedford, 111., lost week, and both
of them killed. liA '.ii.riHBij ,.-mJjT1i ,
Henrr Holmes, a dilapidated youth, and
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the son of a. wealthy clanter. lately blew ont
bis brains in Uerttom county, H.V.
Aftflow Was arrested in Brook'yn-' lflT..
a day or two ago, for playing the ghost in a
1 .t...-.'l v.i.H ,
Marion Cm dps fell' into A bond la Edorar
County, 111 lost week, and, sticking in the
mua, wasarowneav, ... , V,, ,, . m .j ,
A man named Kerbv Is to be honored in
Fayette County, Ala- on the 16th of June
noxt, r jtie. miirder of hif Jlather and biof her.
Harver Lane and his wife were thrown
over A steep bank by a runaway horse, near
rairneia. nil, on tne lutu Inst., and both ol
Joseph Horner, while firing a rifle at a
target, in a small town in Greene County, N.
Vn on tbe 12th inst, shot his friend, Charles
ires, through the Bead. y-
vA child, five, vears old.' dauk-hter '-of
otepnen neron. ten out or a tnira story win
dow of a house in Bnrlington, Me., and; broke
rt,A 1Aiia rtn. v.kiiiv. iM t
U U. 1WUW.V 11.UVIWT. Ill UVIWU
County, in this Estate; was entered last Sun.
dnyjugbk; and. eyerrthirinj xoeyjabjerln it
TA ''child 1 ten ''months ''-old. son of B. F.
Thompson, is said to hare died recently in
Providence. ' R. I., from herino; its breath
sucea oy a aog, , .,, ;. , n
Thomas Beverly burst a blood 'vessel, and
died, in Fairport, N. C, on the 8th, being the
mux memner ot ue mmiiy tn&t naa died in
The Savannah (Ga.) Expwt is1 informed
that an old citiaen of that ulace. with his sis
ter, has just fallen heir to a fortune of 3,000,-
uuu rrancs in r ranee. '
. i i in .'.i ull:l i I H
Mrs. Gore, the novelist, who for some time
past has been afflicted with blindness, has
just undergone an operation which, .it is
hoped, will eventually restore her to sight,
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As Ihsasi Spiritualist in THi Woods.
An apparently insane man is living La the
woods in Branford, Mass., under very lingu
lar circumstances. He is described as being
ll,U..fi aw fnwt-m aI A I rA . n
inches in higbt, with block hair and wbia-
Kers, ana appears to nave naa a gooa eauca
tion, and his derangement, seems to be con
nected with spiritualism, upon , which ,he
talks fluently. He calls at houses sua pur-
chases food, but lives somewhere , in the
woods, and louses to give information about
himself. , lie worked at farming last fall aad
has appeared again this spring, and, when
actirely at work kis derangeniant appe-r&tto
increase. No clue can be obtained as to who
h la. nr WhnrA ha halnncm '' ' ' ' '
i, . mm r ii-.-ti.liii.
' Gnieor TBI Historian. M. ' Gulzot has
lust paid a visit to Nines, bis . birthplace.
wnere ne nas no. oeen ror tnirty years, to oe
present at the marriage of kis son, now on
tbe staff of the Journal da Dcbat: The
AtadewtU da' Oariftheld a brillianlf ' meeting
In honor of the statesman, i In bis speech. 3f
reply to their eosnpumeuts he, in 'aeoordance
with their wishes, read fragment , of the
work on which be is now engaged, A colleoi
tion of reminiseances which mar Serve ta
elucidate the history of bis time. This frag-,
meut teuUes to the rears 1834-35." Tbe re
lator states that the beauty and precision of
nta language, were, .lightened oy inemeararia
nrm aiotion or toe historian. ; ; ,.
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. 11 1. .'.uru.i.i , ,7 UVrnBSi 1- Vl,OV Ublj
the well-knowti sculptor of Dresden, is X
present engaged in executing a manument is
honor or tiucner, to De erectec at some place
bersaftedto be. daaidM 'on.ii it is ite consist
of a statue of the great Reformer, eleven feet
high, in bronze, to be placed on a lofty pedes,
tal asceaded. by steps : tae pedestal hawing
on the platform statues of Frederick of
Saxony, Philip the Magnanimous,! Meteae.
thon, and Reuschlini also, oq the steps lead'''
ing to the, platform, allegorical figures of
several towns. Jacludbur Magdeburir. Burr.
and Augsburg., .At the four corners are fqba,
seated figure .of Huns,' Bavoi-rolav -Waldo;
ana wycAiin. All tne statues, uxe that or
Luther, ar to be in bronze J
Disgraceful Scene in an Egyptian Mosque.
Travelers Narrowly Escape Being Mobbed
for Ridiculing the Mohammedan Religion.
' I '
On the blent of the 4th'intAnt. A most din.
graceful Ken occurred lit the Orent Mosque,
In tiairoi Bgypt, whloh has led to the closing
of the Mosque of Cairo , against Buropenus.
The English, Indian and Australian travelers,
on their way through Cairo to Sues, took the
opportunity of visiting th. OreAt Mosque,
built by the late Viceroy, Mohammed All.
wiring tna lUtMatlad it Is illuminated, and
being the anniversary of the founder, who
lies Interred thero, bis son, the now Viceroy,
was present In state. Borne of onr country.
men having previously Indulged In "pota
tions pottle deep," presented themselves at
the door of the Mosaue in anvthinc hut n
State of Sobriety, and having been admitted
wnn erer-y possioic courtesy, repaid it, ttrst
bv bbtrndinD th.maelraa intn tha vlne.r.ir.1
circle, where tbey, amused themselves by
mimicKing tne aervisnes ana others who
were performing the rites of their religion
aroand the tomb of the founder, and then
proeeediag to demonstrate, by all the means
a uif power, toeir contempt lor Moslem
religions observances, i - i
This natural! v incensed the conirreeration.
and that to sucn an extent- as to attract the
attention of the Viceroy,' who sent his
equerry, Mohammed Hog, to expostulate,
ana to request them to, remember that they
Were in a place dedicated to the service ol
God, and that they ought either to behave
with becoming decency and propriety, or
withdraw, as the Viceroy could not other,
wise be answerable for the excited fanaticism
of bis subjects. His recommendation was
insolently disregarded, and the irritation, as
suming a threatening aspect, Mohammed
Beg was obliged to surround the party by
caresses, in order at once to protect ana get
them out of the mosque.' An English lady
was fbrrmoe iff this .disMhceful affair. Tht
conduct of the Indian cadets can not be other
wise designated, ftban as systematically dis
graceful in, toeir passage through Egypt, and
has become a matter of serious complaint and
representation to tne British authqrities in
EurvnL. From the moinont thev land the.
commence a system of outrage from the rail
way Station in Alexandria to their arrival in
Cairo, whore they 'issue 'forth, armed with
sticks, In gangs to commit disturbances.
wnicn tney. continue until tueir embarka
tion at 8ue. ' ' i .
A Woman 1kspiratk About Hkr Lovsa.
TheLWeTpool (Kris'.) 4!6ttm says i . 1
On Friday afternoon, when the roll of em
igrants on board the laaoe Webb was beinr
called over,' a female was found on board
without a ticket, and was placed in a small
boat, to be conveyed to the shore. She
pleaded earnestly to be allowed to iro in the
ship to New York, whither, she said, her
"lad" hod gone in the Ifrtadnouyhi, but her
entreaties were rain, ana tne Boat proceeded
toward the shore. Suddenly the unwillist
fiassengcr sprang from the seat and jumped
nto the river, where she struggled for some
timo, but waa at length rescued and removed
to the receiving-house at the Prince's Dock.
When sufficiently recovered, she said her
dear boy had left her in Belfast, to go to
new iors, ana, as snecouian i live apart
from him, she came to Liverpool and went
on board the itaan Webb, in the. hope that
she, would be allowed to follow. She was
tulteu' to the' Main BndewelL, and sub
sequently 1 removed 1 ,,to the work-house,
wnence sne win, no aouut, oe sent Dock to
ner own country.
AfiEATAMT MdBDIAS A PRINCB AND BIARE
ais TrtLS.- Aa extraordinary afCaix is related
in the , Russian journals. Prince Nesritzky
was some years ago murdered by his servant,
who possessed himself of his papers and for
tune, ana, assuming tne name ot tne prince,
traveled abroad for some years, living in good
style. . Afterward returning, he married S
wealthy heiress named SokoToff, and had by
her Several children. ' Recently, his impos
ture was-discovered, and he has been sent to
the mines of Siberia; but 'the- Russian Govt
ernment bos authorized the children and tht
Wile to continue to Dear tne name or flez
ritskr. -This case is similar to one which
occurred id France in the time of the Res to.
ration. An escaped convict named Cogniard
possessed himself of hefiimly papers of Count
rontis de Qainte-Helene, . and by mes
them not only assumed his name and title)
but caused himself to be presented at Court.
and actnally succeeded in obtaining the grids
B fc' iy
y. He wasi
d, and sent
ot.ueutenant-coipneiin tne army. , lie was:
nowever, aner a wnue. discovered.
OACJL to Via oagne. -i , nr ;t i j
2 CiTBSOitAii Srntl.-oNot long ago a soldieri
id ptrusuourg ascenuea to tue top or tnq
Cathedral spire and performed elevated gy m-t
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the police-to- psevent the repetitioa of anv
such proceeding, but soon after, the same
mani waw was formerly a sauor on noard tne
Bell Poule, eluded the runlAnce of the guar-
dians by disguising himself, and with several
other persons ascended to the platform, from
which the spire rises. When there, as the
guardian refused to open the door of the
stairs leading to -the top, the ex-sailor climed
up mo umr ut urc iiijiibuiug; cuuuuiwr ana nti
reached the weathercock again. He then
Atrued off his disguise, flung It down to tht
square,, and went through a, select acrobatic
programme,' 'cbncluding by 'standing on his
head on the weathercock. When he de-
scendeA fcoweTer,rhe found a Commissary ol
polios In-waiting, attended by a file of sol
diers, who took him Into custody for riolat-
ft. yNPfW Pr tw" v . 1 1 w ( ut
FbarpuIj and Fatal Runaway in Vib-
oiNiAA-RMenttt; osilSMAC -Rosenbulm. of
Washington County, Vs., was proceeding to
cnurcn wttn nine persons in nis watron. in.
iludlrlg his family and some of his neighbors,
tne norses voox ingnt ana ansnea on, up
settioov. the watron tnd throwiiii the occu
Danti to the ground. Iniurinir four of them
severely and Killings little boy, son of James
Ramsey. After upsetting the wagon and
earinr lit to pieces, the horses continued
their flight, and going some short distance
leaped into a nilll-rac Ana were drowned
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'" VALlTABLI PlOTDBB Of TBB HoiT FaMILv'
A picture of the " Holy Family," bypebas4
tlan d?l Piombo, which has been sold by
auction at the public 'sale-rooms in the Rue
Drouot, was put dp at 2,000f., and knocked
down at 40,000f. , This picture, - which is
painted on cedar-wood, represents St. Joseph,
the Virgin, the Infant Jesus, and St. John.
It1 Was "recently discovered by a young man
ut an old convent at xoieao.
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PliAMTSB MDBPBBBD-AND FotlR OP HlS
Slavbs ii Hanoid'. Christopher Edelen, a
wealthy planter residing on Bayou de Lac,
in Louisiana, was recently murdered by some
ofi his sluree, and ifout of themj-threa boys
ana e woman, uaving- coniessea me crime,
they wvo exocatei) in the presence of a large
-, , i' i 1 1 n mm miii i ,i'-,;i'.
AOCIDSNT TO AN ACTOR IN OaIIPOBNIA.
Haxrv A. Peirrthe well-known acton-wbila
Esrtormiiis; recently , at Maguire's - Opera'
ouee, in, San Francisco, in the Romance .if a
i Poor JToung Man, injured himself severely by
jumping i against the 1 side of, - .instead of
through, a trap-door, and was preveuled
from appearing oa the stage for a number of
days. After- the accident, there was very
little romance about that poor young man.
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An InAaks Woa Dbstbots Hsb Child.
In Foirbaven, Mass reoently, a Mrs. Wood,
in a fit of mental aberration, caused the death
of one of horehtldreh, only four months old,
by drewAing.' 'The Iad hit bn subject y
occaAiouAl fits of Insanity,
Another Mammoth Steamer Launched—The
Largest Vessel Afloat Except the Great
On the list of Anrll the itSatner Connauohl
was launched at nuvfCAstli-Ort-fyni!. The
vonnawnt, which has been Duiit tor tne At
lantic Royal Mail Steam Company, is 370 feet
in length, being larger than any vessel afloat,
with the execution of the ureal Kaetem.
She has a depth of 8J fet rom the top of the
spar-decB. .tier width is 4U leet oeam, and 71
feet over the paddles. She is provided with
three oscillating engines on the main shaft to
drive the paddles, beside several auxiliary
engines, 'giving an aggregate of 800 horse
power. She will stow 1,200 tuns of coals,
and is giiarranteed to run at the rate of 20
miles Ad hour. This Magnificent vessel wiU
form another link of communication across
the Atlantic, and will ply between Galway
Bar ana New rork. Mo expense has been
spared in her accommodation for passengers.
Berths for TOO are provided; her crew will
number 100; so that provision is intended to
do made ior buo souis on ooara. - '
The most attractive portion of the fabric is
the saloon, which will be sufficiently ample
to dine two nunurea ana nity persons, thai
number of berths being constructed in the
after part of the vessel, where the saloon Is
situated. The fore part of the ship is fitted
for emigrants. The entire cost of the Teasel
til tie about 100.000. The masts, of which
there are two, are ot wrought Iron of most
beautiful workmanship. The Oonnauoht is
of four thousand tuns register. She is already
provided with the whole of her machinery,
and at the time of launching she had no lex
than three thousand tuns on board. Messrs.
Palmer, her builders, are buildinir annthor
paddle-wheel steamer, a sister to the above,
and of equal dimensions, for the same com
pany, to be named the Leineler. This ve we,
ts in a state ox lorwamness. ine uonnauym
has occupied about nine months in her con
struction, and during that period has em
ployed about a thousand workmen daily, i
A Gifted Woman Eloquently Determines
the Need of Her Sex.
Mariraret Fuller truthfully and eloauentlr
It is not the transient breath of noetic in
tense that women want; each can receive
that from a lover. It is not life-long sway;
it needs but to become a coauctto. a shrew.
or a good cook, to be Bure of that. It is noi
money, nor notoriety, nor the badges of au
thority wnicn men nave appropriated to
themselves. - It demands, made in their be
half, lay stress on any of these particulars,
those who make them have not searched
deeply in the need. The wont is for that
wuicu at, once memoes tuese ana preclude
il.an-. .U:nu .n..u . 1 r..i.: j.i-..
, wuuwu nuum uut ue turuiuueu power.
iest there be temptation to steal and misuse
it; which would not have the mind perverted
by flattery from a worthiness of esteem: Ii
is for tlitw which is the birthright of every
one capaoie oi receiving it tue lreedom, tot
religious, ana tne intelligent freedom ol tut
universe, to use its moans, to lenrn its secret.
so far as Nature has enabled them, with God
aione lor tneir guiao ana tneir judge.
re can not Deiiove it, men; but tne on
reason why womenorcr assume what is mo:
appropriate to you, is because you prevent
tuera irom nnainsr ont wnat is nt tor tneul
selves. Were they free, were they wine, fullir
to develop the strength and beauty of Woman
they would never wish to be men, or man
like, . The ' wall-instructed moon flies not
from her orbit to seize on the glories of her
partner. Not for she knows that- one law
rules, one heaven contains, one universe re
plies to tnem oiikc. - - - 1 ;
Anotrbb Sinoino Mocbb. The editor off
the Albany Qi. YXTiuet basin bis pos.iesv
Alon a real, lire, melodious mouse. Tht
roiue is clear and sweet as a canary's, of de.
cided strength, and although the song if
hardly as melodious, it is quite pretty and
attractive. It sang recently for some teJ
minutes, and so at evening, despite the stir is
and around the office, and attracted a num
Her of interested and surprised spectators!
The mouse is of the ordinary color and sizcl
has become quite tame, and seems to enjoy
his song and to have a deal of pride in attiacu
ing outside attention and causing wonder!
ment. , i
We have seen and heard these singing mice
frequently. The melodious little quadrupeds
are hot at all numerous in this vicinity .J
A Patriotic Mohumsnt in Socth Caro
lina. A monument of marble, with a shaft
ten feet high, has been finished in Charles-'
ton, S. C, to be placed at the bloody field of
Waxhaw's. where Colonel Tarltou. with a
doubly superior force, slaughtered nearly a
whole regiment ot three hundred and tiny
Vireinians. under Colonel Abraham Bufora.
after they had surrendered. The Virginians
had left home for the relief of Charleston, bul
hearing of the surrender of that city, were
returning when surprised and cut off It wot
from this fiendish massacre that sprung the
American war cry, "Remember Tarleton t
quarters. A British historian confesses that
A this battle "the virtue of humanity war
totally forgotten." ' ' .
A Bblqbavian Prinob Appboachino Disso
lution. Prince Milosch, of Belgravio, it
approaching the end of his career. A cancer
has attacked his upper lip, and symptoms o
dropsy have mode their appearance. Within
the last few months several hundreds ol
leeches have been applied to the Prince, and
he has been bled twenty-one times besides, to
prevent inflammation. The dropsy, which
has now supervened, will, it is thought, prove
fatal. For the last two days nobody has ap
proached him but his son, and some people
believe that he is already dead, and that tht
tact Is concealed till measures can be taken
to secure tbe succession to Prince Michael.
DlSCHABGB OP A SINGULAR Drbt. A bet
baring been made at Salem, Mass., on the
late prize fight, on terms that the loserehouli'
wheel the winner in an ordinary wheelbar
row a distance of over two miles, the one who
bet on Savers, convinced that he had lost,
recently fulfilled the conditions of the wager,
and, amid the cheers of a crowd of by
standers, completed the distance in forty
, Dbstbuotivi Tornado in Pbnnbylvania.
A destructive tornado,- accompanied with
rain and hail, visited Bucks County, Penn
sylvania, on Monday, raising dwellings, barns
and stables, and sweeping away whole or
chards. The heaviest part of the'storm pre
vailed in Middletown township, Attleboro',
and Wentmore, which presents in those sec
tions risited by the hurricane a shocking
spectacle of devastation, '
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i A Colossal Froo in Tbxas. Last week a
bull-frog was killed near Dallas, Texas, mea
suring eighteen inches across the shoulders,
aud over two feet and a half long. His
voice was terrific, his enormous eyes stuck
out three inohes, aud he could leap beyond
the conception of the most extravagant.
'-' Nor to bi Wovdbrid At. Since the En
glish papers have published that Heenan woe
born in a place called Benicia, a village in the
Troy borough of tbe United States, we shall
have no difficulty in believing that Prince
Albert lately inquired after the health of
uen. wssningTou,and u ne yet commanded
1 the American forces. -, , .
' Tin Fair Bbtbatbr op Mrs. Sicklbs. A
Washington letter in the Providence Preei
says the jealous lady who betrayed Key and
Mrs. Sickles, has published a book ol polit
ical squibs, and the writer thinks instead
making attacks upon Govern ment officials,
she had better cease her scandalous "goings
ion" with a young Washington clerk. '
Mysterious and Startling Tragedy in Massachusetts
—Sudden Death of Two Sisters.
rre.l,i': mil .",.' ,-' I i -, i.-'ilni "i"
The Deonle of Wevmonth. Mass.. have r"
cently Men thrown into great excitement by
the sudden death, on the cVSrittfsr of May 3,
of Betsey FnuieesTimll.oldest'danghtet Of Mr.
wtmon nrroii, a merchant, at eoutn tvey
mouth. An investigation which has followed
her death, leading to singular and sod revela
tions, ana the connection of the circumstance.
attending her disease with those of a ytnnger
sister, , who died four- months and onevsay
previously, nave increased tue excitement,
nnd given rise to' numerous speculations In
regard to the cause.':" 1 t"1, ''
Marv Tirrell. tbe rounder daughter, was s
yry t beautiful nnd , wellducated , girl, 1 Of
about eighteen years of agei Bhe had been
complaining Of ill health for a brief period,
when sha was Suddenly taken with what
waa supposed to be a fit, and died in a sliprt
time. Thre was nothing in the case that
excited suspicion 'at the time, and she Was
burled withut a potthortei examination. '
t Previous to her death she Was1 engaged to
be married to George C. Horsey, of Hinghom,
t young man, wnose wite nod aiea suduesiy
tb'out two rears previously. He was much
esteemed -by the father of the deceased girl,
and as he was in poor heaitUj Mr, i irre.ll in.
vitcd him to bis house, where be has Re
mained, till quite recently, as a friend and
gnest '' ' I .
On Thursday afternoon last, Frances, who
is about twenty-four years of age, went 'to
the South Parish, a short distance from Uer
father's house, and returned at about eight
o'clock.' About nine o'clock she retired ,to
bed. - A younger sister,- who slept with her,
had previously retired, but was awoke when
Frances Joined her. At about half.past nine
o'clock she was attracted by the repeater?
twitcbingsof her sister's body, nnd asked hei
what the matter was. 8he replied tbat'sh)
was dying, and at her request her father Wnu
called. A physician, was sent for. but sit
died at fire minutes post ten o'clock!
Ah examination of her body led to tiled f
covery of strychnine in Mary's stomach, and,
it Is supposed, she hod been Seduced and th m
poisoned by 'her betrayer.' Furthef inresi
gaUon will elicit all the facts.' :'" "' ; "
Great Surgical the
A great surgical operation of ligaturing
sub-claviitn artery, between the scaleni uiils-
cies, was performed at ntockton, caiiiornhi.
recently. .The patient, Mr. Isaac Holman, bl
Petalumo. iniuried the artery in the loft
shoulder, about two years ago, in liftinglu
UCl.Vjr WCIUIlt.. lyUL fclllie, bllO UlHl'llfl
has gradually increased, nntil the performanct
f the operation, when the tumor measured
thirty-two inches m -cirmmfernnce and e
Mie arm-pit and arm7 The oneration w
rendered long and tedious fnm thoencroaci-
mani vi -iiiummo-r on mo necrc,' ana tne Bl
tery lay deeper than the length of the finge
mis nnparaiieiea aepta was maaeuytnerai
ing up of the collar-bone by the disease. All
i.-uttlng to thtOl'ii licet extent possiblcor jhsrii
able, and laying brutto jrjisat'JSfeins of tl
neck Inrgor than the thumb, the nerves al
solntely necessary to Ufa, and arteries whicl
to cut would be instant death, room con 1
not be found larger than to admit one finorci
After the artery was reached, the'ntmoil
iiitncuity was experienceai in getting tl
ligature around the artery, and tying it.
The difficulty in ligaturing this artery whei
tue suuuiuur ia muieu uy an Aneurism or maj
uitude, can be imagined, when it is a matt
of record that Sir Astley Cooper was baffle
in his efforts, to tbe abandonment of the o
uratioe-and death ef his-.ptia(. Uiat- -DaaV
snult tied the artery, and, unfortunately, in
eluded the nerve and - rein, and saw his die
.hat Pelletan entirely missed the artery, am
death followed; that Ramsden missed the-ar
tery and tied a curvical nerve and lost hi
patient; and that Listen made the same mis
take, but discovered it in time. ' Beside these
the list of failures has been greater than thi
iuccessful operations. An aneurism is a dis
cased enlargement of an artery, which be
comes an immense sock of blood. When i
hursts, death immediately ensues. ' In tbi
cose of Mr. Holman, it wonld probably ban
burst in a few days. After the operation th
tumor subsided from thirty-two to twenty,
four inches in circumference, within an hour
,tud the patient exnressed himself in leaanaiii
than he had experienced for a year previous.
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Mexico Orrsss A Silver Miss poh Sals.
The Government of r Mexico , being in
straightened condition to raise money,, pas-
' - I . Cl- C - .. - .1 u L. A
uMijf vuur lur hud, uiniuuu tun uuuae ui
Bolmout A po New York, one of tha oldest:
silver mines in that country.) According
the advertisement, the mines offered for sale
are the "Silver Mines of the Veto Grande,'
aituated in Zacatecas; they are said to have
been in operation upward of two, hundred
tnd filly years, and to hare produced over
5400,000,000 of silver, with net annual profit
varying from $500,000 to $2,000,000 nodal
the old regime, when the country was quiet
and ranging from $150,000 downward since
ihe present oivil war aud general disturbance
liegan. These mines are offered for sale
$750,000, ....t i !.w .'-
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Morb Gossip About tux Fioinv I am ssr
tured. says the London correspondent of the
Mancheatur C7w)raia)tl that the. umpire's de
uision will be .carried out, and -that. Savers
and Heenan will meet again May, they
have a fair field aud no favor, and may your
correspondent . "be there , to - see," , bayers'p.
arm is still painful. It seams that the uasink
of tbe large musoleof tbe loieArmiA ruptured,
tnd that it will be some tUue before this will
ileal and recover its tone .Heenan's nose
permanently broadened, and Tom's sign Bian
:ial is indelibly imprioWd upon his left choek
in a scar rery much ia the shape of an inver
ted capital T. A few . wall-healed Rcratchus
m both heroes alone remain to, toll of tueii
loughtyncounter,,! ,. i . ,, , t , . 1 1 1 , , -,
' Mtts. Sqcibob oil Whist. did Mrs.sdui
of Arkansas, is a most inveterate whitL
player. Her pastor, on a late occasion, un-
'lertooK to convey to Mis, o..;Uie idea , that,
possibly, the practice of whist-playing vur
not altogether in the strictest accordance with
the protesaion of a Christian; and, to say the
least, Its Indulgeance caused a great loss
time. "Yes," responded tbe old lady; j'lhave
noticed that very often much more time than
is actually necessary is taken, up,, in ehujflvy
and dealing I , K. ,:, ,,,, , , ,,,,, ,, ;. ' ;.,
What tub Sodtbbrn Statbs, Feab'. The
Columbia Stutht CSsroiiniaaobserresi. II :u'.
Ths greatest apprehension among Southern
men here is that an alienation' may prow
between tlte teetdmg Statee and (ke'kon-eeeeding
Southern- duet.- 'Virginia is very proud, aha
will resent any imputations apod her fidelity
to Southern rights with splrit.-'M the. South
ern States decome divided by a geographical
line,' we will have great cause to regret it.'1'
RbpobtbD Octraoi b NiORoxs. ' hum-'
ber of negroes, in. Nevihs Tpwuship, Ind.,
it is said, recently entered it church in that
precinct, during Sabbath exercises, aiid drove
ithe congregation from the house; the White
people not being strong enough to 'resist
punish the impudent rascals. If this report
is true, the difficulties between the two races,
in that neighborhood, are, , indeed, assuming
a serious and dangerous aspect.
' A' Nbwbpapbr Oppiob iN Tboublr. The
force employed on the New Orleans Cretttnt
has suffered from a fornr of the SherifU that
functionary having drawn some pf tba most
important suitors ana assistants to serve
jurors. Another Whirl of tbe Sheriff's wheel
would probably, oblige that, paper to go
nraaa with emntf enlumnA ' ' ' '
Sub-Clavian Artery. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Sub-Clavian Artery. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. Four Day Later from Europe.
ARRIVAL OF THE EUROPA.
ill i'h " tin i
Halipax. afar !6 The) Royal Mail Staatnat
t. flMAiiaii, I nllxk aVatm IJPtWsnl AH
the 6th. ia QneenStowa 6th ibsL. arnred at
A law Vf 'Ssu s-fsaLvaniaa svsv s,ia, uu. aw. r v
this port at eleveu o'clock last night, And
aallod earlv this mnrninff for Boston, at which
port, she Will be dne by Thursday boon. 1 1 '
i i be itoyai Siail rjieamer raiBy irom now
York, April 20, arrired at Queeastowa o
Friday, the 4th Inst, .-, , ...
1 he general news is nnimportant. - i
The Reform Bill had passed a second read-
in In the Horn of Commons. :i
Lord Joan Knssell had slated, in tne sams
branch bf Parliament, that the English pro
position for the settlement of the Ban Juan
difficulty had been-Tejected by the AmerienaJ
Gorarasnant, and fntare action depends upon
Secretary Cass's reply to the last English dis
patahj, ,'t I-.' --ii-- n" i.i 1'ifi i
1 ucrs ts to change to note in tne aapeci or
Continental politics. v i' " i
Humors were current or renewea trouoies
ia the interior of Sicily.' ""-u wn;
Dpatn grants a general amnesty.: " -The
Liveroool Cotton market elnsed firm
on Friday, at about the prices of the previous
week. I he sales or the weeK looted np about
T3. 500 bales. Some Authorities report a slight
advance ia inferior qualities. " 1 1 '
The Liverpool , Breadstuff market wat de
clining. Provisions generally dull. . Con
sols closed, . on Friday,, at 85H95i fox
money.''1 ' j ' -
LoteeV-ine liverpoca uotton mnraat, on
Saturday, waa steady. Consols closed, on
nnt day, at tor , money anu ao
count. '.'' i
i I lia t dinburg, from New York, bad arrived
at Liverpool. !-'.'" t i " - ' j
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.. Washlvotobt, May 15. Ths nomination of
Oalhoun Benbain, as Distriot Attorney of
waltmrnut, was conhrmed by a vote ot Zn to
17, all the Republicans present voting in tbe
negative.' 1 .i'"'-i'. '"'"ll '' ' : ' : ' ': ' 1
, . Mr. Hamlin called a division by yeas aad
nays, aud Mr. Wilson assigned ss the reason
that he had been: concerned as second in the
fatal duel against Mr. Broderick, With pecu
liar circumstances attending thai tragedy1, j "
, Mr. Douglas was absent when tbe call com
menced, but was sent for to the House, and
,'nme in;' after asking tbe reason which in
duced the -division on the nomination, he
aid being concerned in a duel was, not suffi
cient cause for rejection, and voted for his
..nnfirmatinn. .. i. : 1
- There Is reason to believe that the late
Postmaster-General Brown was aware of
some derangement in the accounts' of Mr.
Fowler- .' ..v ,, -1 1 i - !
The charge that his defalcation occurred
under tbe Pierce administration- Is un-
fonnded, as there is a desire to conceal the
proper in formation. ; Mx.Corode's Coraroittoe
will instigntea full inquiry. The subject was
Mr. Brown, 'associate editor of the Ometi
tution, was examined bjr the Corode Com
mittee to-day.- He admitted having had an
office .in the Custom-house for about five
months', with a salary of nearly $1,200 yearly,
but could nbt tell whether his whole service
in that period 'amounted toon week of 'ac
tual duty,, or, averaged acingla day in each
' The ' ilerald't' Washington 'correspondent
y President Buchanan always distrusted
Postmastar Fowlen apd doubted whether he
was a proper. mau tor mat piace. i ui o'i i n
From Washington. From New York.
. vNnw'Voax: Mar Ifl.-o-Marshal1 Rvniters. I
comnasr ' With -bis do tie -paid m visit to
Wall-street, for, the purpose -of arresting; a
brace of . operators who were charged with
forging' names on' the Pension Office, with
intent to defraud the United States. - Ths
parties implicated in this forgery are Seldon
Brainard, a broker on Well-street, and James
U. Lawrence, an attorner-at-law and notary
public. It Is supposed that their operations
in the way of: forged, land-warranta for sol
diers' and sailors' bounty and pension claims
will reach the amount of $500,000. Mr. Com
missioner Betts ordered them to ba held to
bail In $0,000 eacbi ' ' '
The Fowler Defalcation.
' Nbw' York, May 16. The excitement
about the New 'York Postoffice defalcation
continues unabated. An inrestigatlon is
going on into tbe affairs of the office, which
promises to develop additional frauds and
implicate several employee of the Department.
A deficiency has been discovered In the ac
counts of the, Stamp Clark amounting to
about $2,000. Mr. Fowler has not yet been
arrested, and his whereabouts if not known,.
iLooiBvu,LB,l May 16. The display of two
hundred and forty hogsheads of premium to
bacco, averaging one thousand two hundred
oonnds weight each, at Pickett Warehouse.
is this city, under the patronage of the Ken
tucky SUba Agricultural Society, it said ta
be the largest exhibition of fine fobaoco ever
witnessed in the world. Dealers are present
from every section of the' Onion.' Premiums
Will he awarded this afuraooa. : ' !- :' i
' Boston,' Mar 16. The Canada' sailed at
nine -o'clock this saorniag. She took one
hundred and thirty-cue passenger for Liv
erpool and six for Halifax. , . . , , ,,
EooNoiiT A Hbroisbt. It takes a hero to be
economtcial, says Dinah Mnloeb. "For, will
ihe not rather run in debt for a bonnet, than
, wear her old one a year behind the model.
.five a ball and stint tbe family dinner for a
month after? take a large house, and furnish
laudsouie reception rooms, .while her house
hold huddle together anyhow in untidy attio
icdchamboxs and her servants swelter on tha
ihake downs beside the kitchen fire? , She
ureferg this a hundred times to stating plainly:
ir words or manner,; "My income is so much
':tyear I don't care who knows itit var ill
jot allow me to live beyond a certain rate, it
i will net keep comfortably both my ' family
tnd acquaintances; therefore, excuse my prw-i,
,1'erriug tbe comfort of my family to the enter
tainment of ray AtfCjUuinlouce,, , JejidV.aociety,
if yoq hpoS to look in,,upou, US, ,yoo, must
just take ns as WS are, without any pretenses
uf any kind) op yon can tliut the' doof and
A PhWciaw Forces bib Pi
wALto Pills. Dr. 9,'H. Yttrk.
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not a son
York, but appertaining to South1 ' Boston,
bas got himssUinto-aPoaul by altampting to
uuuiiuister nin puis ,apit. puwunra ,uuiuvuibw
Irily. Mrs. Pottle's daughters were sick, and
pirs. rcttie inclined to tne notnooopnimc
Ifonhot trsutmeM but Cp. Yort f Wai' inclined
ao. tba JesuiUeaa treed, belisving shot the and
l:....:J.l I If D....I.
lire coinpeileoV to swallow phytic I whether
jthay will or no, the sooner laay orfraiMaso.,
MetV focuaj pr'jVscAwi ilteDety,!;, u
'OhBAf'tTiikiNFRAST.A '''great' "'ciric
least was celebraAAd oa tbe 19th ulfc, Pisa,1
Ibe Genoese having rastared to their ancient
tenemjes their, celebrated . rophy, thejanop
Inous chaitt whlrh in tluJM of old ik'ftndfd,
Ihe lutrbof if Pisa. Arid was cauturea br the
(tllied Oeioeiieajirf Florentines. Thi Marnuis
t-allavlcirio W thi 'Count 'D'OrfiT' Wre! at,
ihe bead or the deputaUun, and the eloquent
embr .ParUaffleulaWwabellfc.iaUfc tba
peaking. . jTh.f JjmtorKal -ohikMir wamsuay
endedi In ,,jlhe, Vampo .Sauttsiwhjtlr ths
their ,,Wftkut, o tf
trophy in 1848.
" itnuill -' flvat tlavatalak
Lartnr ad-mieniti Ibiwrtadai lb. foUowlnc rMaa
fcrmtiaraotua itaxMoy Mm ' 1 .
99 11 mwtMniaiw.t. f?
lM.rtk.tu ' 1 i
' .1 I 1 H i SSfW - em sr.
Hli4 ' do. . IH
i'll.Ml'jT ''t ,J lln-M lin , ,T'M 'I ' - .1.. Jl
l-nr fl-iv. R7nuAAfltjr'"T
la all hranchn dw. with nMiwea and 4isanh,
ii .fi.iva -XISCINKAJlU :( - I
WW Wheofer A Wlleon Sewing mUchw with m
ftwtairt inirremtifa, and to meet tbe demand fra
gtsiKi, lowjeriwd ramllr Macblna, he launeesi a
fiKW BTTLK. working upon th wm yrinclpl,eDd
making the jmme tlu:b. iboiMB ui aa ailgiaty fiav
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