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"WAjim," ron ralr,'' ' ro runt."
"LOHT," "rOCWD," "BOARDISa." Sre.-Ad.
renehgi doming nUiM heaa-lngt, not ex.
Seeding fire llnna, wtn balnaerted twice tor H cent.
HHith.lttTet, north alilA, abnV.
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WAKTED- Oim-Fw m1 homework,
Y ni-tjJwHw ItaynttiMi n mcnain. airu-b
' .T.T "' Harilw.r. .nllahle fof rnti.trv
Inhle fof rtei.t
rnv ti.lre.-i. I..
M et Tnlrdtrvet.
""EPj". "" Ben-nlw, to r1 at
Mfi, stem .KttWi miiI ctraMwt Udl Bettrtm
J'," j; -5'rret, W. CT.mlhe the
TlV"!T,i Mw Becking altnatlon. u clerks.
',ort:r"'rfThf fourth in Bee,
riom ii in in ten tn th. mowing. myiT-b
.Bteaaje.), Mnt.lMM.n, bar-keeper., porter.,
., i Jrwr., mmhantt., laborer., and nth., .nniild p-
! Mnrchnnt.. clerk." Itcghury 'llmre, Ni.
-....J'ir4Welnut-.tre.t. .1 mylt-Ml HAI.R bo.
WANTF1 -KAHK-We think nf cane, htrt work
i.s.-.nn,"y.,l,'!'' Bn'-! Mo-hand Main!
i I j. "i n,eitiiTO; pnrn tlie InWct In
. I lllncily; workto lnnann.l with th bwt. t.arg.
,. ic .- . -, .lunn pm.Ni van carry.
i .'."-"l, ,",nr"V Prcent one bclntr torn
'"""...,l.ll,noom""m- ' I'll. WW, t-lllBM.
Houth-eaat cor. fleventh and Kim.
'' WNT,n-T"' UHOIIABtA-A t.xl second.
u - nl1!!"1 medium ill!... for cuh. Address
. 34, Ooniiigttin, Ry. Will trad. Prer Ingtou
twvrnrly lor .ny aire Hafe. mrl7-V
WANTKI-WOBK--Thev mnt Innm In
,,v..0 will not work In heat. John-
BON 8 oneretnre, Hlnth and Main, work In bnl or
1 cold, and strive to plosm. Likenesses frnm ttn rent!
prd. A larg, rich nrnann-nt for the parlor. (I.
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WANTKO-A 8ITt!ATIfm-nr ii ronn man
. i 1 0"rm!' " ,,"r' or mr. "i-ilorV ar
t-rro.1, whrrr. km en mnkd hlmx lf (arxirallr narftik
lla orae ripnrlenm in m..llrii,.; en aprnk and
' tl's ".l',"Ta lnd langnagca. A.ldr,-
Mal Ihlaoltooo. ; . mr!7-b
y"ANTRD-OIRLti-A nnmlMr at nod Olrl,
.j. .nptin wnirrH will na
Blvn. Aim., a Milnntl.m. bv a Aim. lrl. tr. r.r.l
ANTKD-AN AORNT VnT till, city, to Ml
f ,.rbln,,",T. oJ to th. ibilo'Tor Vrtlci
.V "-i''7 vi iiiMirii.n w. Y Mi K, AN Went
nnnli-atrmt, iwronil tl.Hir. N. B.-Al!n. Anonti
nUU In all the Doutliarn and WeaU.ro RtatM.
-tt ,v -
W?Z??A YOUNd MAli-Wlth a eapltal
'' 'o""Vrk "h bnlncM, in which
h ihmI 1 llviim eau b mnda, tha adTrrtlwr havini
'IL'""1" "' "'' Permanent, nml llm ,ti, k
' n,n1'J!' mr. Analv i.t A. A. Kkl.l.RY R 01ft
I Innk Store, lietwecn (lie houra of g and lu o'clock, on
trtday morning. myl7-i
'.IrZ., ctI1"",'rm"M' . ,No- " riith-
etrcet. ouo but good, itt.lutrluuagirla need apply.
- mym-h '
WANTRn-TO RKNT-A wll fnrnlhcd fro.il
room, lit with iu, in a prlrate family, fmir
annarea ml of the Poetofllce, liiltal.le fnr one or two
gcuUemeii. Addraaa A. T. B., Dully Pna Office. ,
-V-ANTKD-T0 HKNT-llr frompt-paylng
. . 'Mi".t, aBmall hon.e of about rife niomii.tlt.
i'f.J"1 """f lltne ouUlda of the city, licnt,
HI per month. AddiTtia A. B. 0., Lock-bux 874.
WANTED A OIHl,-Td do honnework, and
take rare of children. Mint come well recom
mended. Apply at the Iron and llurdwaro Htore,
1 nuriu-eaiit corner of Oonrt ami (ntrul-anue.
WANTEI A ftlTlTATTON In A atore, or to
rive u tin, by a yoinn man (Hollamlor), who
4 willing tn make hliimelf generally uclul. Uood
reforauou glren. Addr A. 8., at this office.
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WA.NTKI,-llRKAT BARGAIN TO BK HAT
ii i 'r''ih. '.f,u"'IX. '.ral Ohio Kailroa.l
Hon.la lor Wild innds in llllnoie, Iowa or Jlinonrl.
f. -.tur giKid r.aiHn family Hone, llockaway Car.
'irMifri1r iSW-mff1 U" realdonceof Dr.
UIJKTIB, ST Kiut Thiril-ntrcet, Cincinnati, 0.
FOR- KENT-HT'iKK-KOIlM-Oneor the hand
"."t tore-rooma on Virth-Hlrcet. Would mitt
lor jewelry or millinery atore. Call at 3s)4 Kifth.
In'ot, Immediately. mTlJ-b
701t IIBNT t'URNIHHHD RtH)M8-targe and
airy, iultBble for faiolliea or aiugle gentlemen,
it No. ii'ir Bnwdway. , niy!7.b
701l RENT A BRICK HOUHR-Contalnlnil
an m couipieia oruer. . jjocation oeatral No. in
''- m j 1 1 - o
, VTtOR RENT-K00M8-Upper part of No. 93
, Loiigworth-atreet, to a email family without
thlldreii Referenced required. mylG-b
FOR RENT-A FRONT ROOM Wellfnrnlahed,
aultable for a gentleman and bia wife, or three
- ' alngle gentlemen, at No. 'J 03 eoatu-oeat corner of
' Third and Plum-Htrect. , myln-b
'" 17'OR RENT One cellar and two noon, 2s hv
. M-KV. Nl"; 4!l Krout-itroet, uelwaeu Jtaoe
' Md Kim, Ulube Machine Depot.,
1. myl-h J. 8. POLLOCK.
IfOUND-MONKY-A mm of money waa fonnd
uii rndny lfW.t on frontitreel, between Mill
and Htone. The owner can have the name by proving
. the UOriM, at No. 03 Mill atreet. WM. RYAN.
t V all kit H lUkfJ K D V W A IJ T t.. B .. J
day even itiff.
MA .tn Knslirth black ih1 tan filut. it hurt cart and
tail. Anr Demon rpfiiriiinir. n irivtncr Infnrmatlikk
. nf lLor, Ui Jdll.NSTON'i AtwlW Billiard Hoom, will
STRAYED Away from the owner. PATRICK
(i MMIN8, No. U:J Betta-atreet, but night, a
HRKYHOIIHB, with niirne, attached to a carf. Tin
tinder will be rewarded by tolling the owner whera
1 lieahall Und them. . . myl7-b 1
CTRAVED OR HT0I,EN-I1(0 -A white and
black barrow. A lilieral reward will be given to
the person n.tiirning him to A. L. CURTIS, aouth
, aide of Whitewater Canal, betwat'U Harriot and
lloril'Mtreete. ... myl6-b .
AUCTION HATE-BY JACOB QHAVF k 00.
Awi khk' ti.auf a Varkitr and Notion Htorv,-
, Will lald at Auction, ou IT It 1 DAY MUKNINO,
l Mny lrt, at aiite o'clock, at Ho. iH Eaat Fourth
Ktruet, tli entire fftuck ot a Hosiery, Variety aod No
, lion Store, Gouiprinlnn aTrry largn and sennral aM
Hortment. -To lx aold by tUeordor of tlia AwiKiieo of
ttaiuiu-1 Landowir. '
,c,r iu-, i'UKiOKBirK IiTJWTB, Awlrtea.' , i
1 i Ji l'- JAfNtUORAlY.AiictlouMr,
inyW - No. Js Kat fmrlh-atreet.
AVCiTlON HATiK-BT JA0011 (IRAKr 00.
Vurnituroat Auction, at No. 335 Vine-ntrp-kt.
Will bo m)d at Public Auction, on THUBHDAY
MoKNINU, Bly 17, IMO.at half-pn-t eight o'clock,
at No. 335 Vlno-etreet. Wtwoen Ninth and Court,
the entire furniture, conflicting of Hair-cloth IWia-
fblu, KliKalwth CUairn, I'urlvf Chain, Ontwr-tiibioi,'
tagur, tillt-fraitia Mirror, aVoitair, Vancy Table,
lulr-cloth 8ofn, fane-ttaat Chair. Olaii- Bhadf-s,
W illow Work-ntand, Hall-lama, KngraTlna of KHie
Di-ana, KxtunMlun table, broakfaHt do., Klgbt-day
;iwk, fjooklnK-Klaao, CImoiImt (lariiota, Bota, Card
table, Marble-tup Dri'wing-bureau, liedfltaade, Mat
trHmuM, Crib, Waah-tauil, Mirror, Rucking. chain,
VinWw. blind, Lithograpltn, Child'i Carriage, and
ittno larije Cook-Mtove, loe-chwit, and a general
Uflaortiuouluf JLitoht a Fnruiture.
, , . JACOB QUWV. Anctloneer,
, my 16 , ho, 1H Kaat Ifoiirth-itreet.
'VlICTION HAI.K.-BY K. P. JltHKFH.-Will
I. be Hold , lit I'ubllc Anctlon.ou TUU11BDAY AF
TKHNOON, Muy 17, 1M0, at two o'clock, at No. 0H4
Ontral-avenm', mmr the Brighton Uoump. the fol
lowing property, to-wit: 1A or 'M new Bugglea, &
Kot-kiiayH, 2 Jeuny IJnUi, 1 Platform Spring
wagon, I light Sprlng-wagou, I Bufcunr Wagon, 3
iwlM BluckMinfth To)M, with AnvlUaud BoUowh com
itate, if Morttrting Miwhlnt'ri complete, S Drill Ma
chtn, 1 Mam Mon Block, llubn, t'ofloeA, Hpokea,
rthafte, 1 Tii-e-biuder, PUufc Lumber, 3 aecund-hana
OmnlbttfieM, Btovee, old Iron, and many other art!
tlerf apportaiuiutf to Coach -waking au Owoibiu
Term of Sale. AH avmanndertwonty-nve doll ant,
ttwhi tor all auma over twenty -Hve dollar, a credit
ol twelve month by note, with approved security,
wmi ongiveu. a,, r. junr.rn
AirCJTION MALB-BY 0. J. W. SMITH.-Twenty-six
Lot In Jacob Biwnr's atibdivltfion
ou Ilamntmi-roiid, Brown, Molmwk and Ooethty
Btreetf XUV IW-OAlf ATKHNtHJX, May 17, IhAii,
At oVliTk. Will be Hold at Pubtio Auction, on the
preniieM, Twontywlx btatiful Building Lot, In the
northern part of the city, and Mttuated on the Haniil-ton-road,
war the Mobawk-bridge, and helug on
Brown, MohHwk and UoHthe-iitroets. The Lots ar
from te an ft fmnt, and from vn tn 12ft feet deep,
and will Ih sold to the higher bidder. Title per
HhcIv Terma of 8ale One -fourth, cash; lialunce in
one, two aua tnroe years, wi" pur com. lniereei
st'curt'M oy uirijir..fe,f iu piai oi i
ImI lil.ltll M.L (IIV Iltltl'at.
the property cau
a J. Vf. BMITH, Auctioneer,
AITlTTlOV HA LH-BY ii J. W. ttMlf H.-Poit
t1v Hale of 'I'm rity Lots, hi Hedauisvlllo, Hurrs
T.iwusbip, ou Ten y.r' 'redtt, or on Perpetual
rieiimOiold. -Will Iw ld at Public Auction, on HAT
t'ltDAY'AKl'KHNOON, Muy IV. lNo.at S o'clock,
on the prf mlwis, Twenty beautiful Building Lots, in
Mtdjuiiavlilo, Storr Towmtbip, the Lots twlng from
Ji iu i feet fnmt Iry hi to to fm4 deof , and Hltuatf d
ou tkdiiu.-stiet, aitd Dll.l and Industry Turuiik
riMid. 1'hat la a sulmiditl opuoriuuity to get a lloaia
cln'iip and ooarwnieiit to the city. In a flourishing
tiiuu. llinuibuwM rauiiliia Minntantlr to the City.
tad nrauertv. Title aerlaet. Hale WosltiVe. 6uiui
Hi a soon lime a sni-raiiroav win oe vum mi
buso wl.l kre tt tjoi uer ol Bikih and Vine, at twd
uVlook, to-uanvuv' prm tu and from the sale, frev
AUCTION SALES. BOARDING.
iww slrtfe gfrntfpnK'rt rdtri t aerttmmndiitM with
t fnrnlflhed riom and board, In a prlrate family. No.
7 3 'rge-ttrer. Terme moderata, my 1 7-b
0ARfIOA nf rnMllbf rati tx He-
1 mnlrHiMlailArl with kiinillnm. w....- a.. I
at Tiff ln rklM. at Kn I .'IU Mvr.mr. ... . .kaii
a few aehTt boanlern are kept. . my lfth ?
qABrfrt-A rileaaant mint rnolh, with
M m N.aS-d, fin- . gentTeninn and wife, or three altigle
genllerAen'. Arply at 77 0.a-ge-atret, aecond d.mr
from rinm. .- avlft
t- L. ...a
nORm!0-Iiariniand alrr flirnlnherl room
for lanillleii, with board. Bonnland hxlalng t"l
lingle gentlemen. Alho, arnoniliMlkMim lof tut.
noarilere, at LIT Bycalhoto-atretii, beteeil Hflfi
and mxtli, .' fiyle-aw
liOR aiAt.R-OBTBAnK-Vacesnt lot on Ninth.
L atreet 2.rinn: alw). vacant lot on tln.1 lth.n.
two tine Brlck-houitea on Mnnnt Atthnrn1, Und. In
Uliluia,liaaoiAriluwa1iiad InttiaMa f traile, I
l ' Ui. .J M A. B. jn. MAM Al A. I
myl7.ti t f H,Z2,i,irZ?
Wier. rate Inducement, to any pemon wlahlnt to ae'
enre a Imme fcy ft email amount of moner. For
temm, c., Bleeee call at .j.gy Oentral-aTcnuo.
, , . ... myl7-b ,.,'
R NA t.R A rAtintir .
ondef enltlratloni In meadow: balance' In
Bul, eleTen mlli- Irom (llnclnhatl. There la oh It a
f .ied brK- hone oTi room, and iwriar; alo, a (mod
rame liarn and .table! a full minely of anrlng water:
an orchard of young trees, containing arl. peach
flmn and ,1'nmyin. Will be ...Id on reasonable
terma. Cullon H. 8H0IM)BAeS,Car Mq. 9 Brighton
filOR MA I.-TtiP-A Titter of genuine New
HHindland Httba, of th.chotoeet breed, M week.
atreet, between Vine and IUqq.
iMi.Mrt, ui inn nuoa-Keeper, h lviff rearl-
II . V pmeii nninne, IKnier'rAn, t"B-
. pol. l'lpe. e., all In complete running order,
at. a great bargain, fan be eeen In operntton at the
Movelty Iron foundry. 3.1:1 Fnnrth-Mrect.
AI.AMH, FKCKOYEB ft CO.
IjlOR HAT.K A gnnd Brie. Iwening-hmm, No.
BM, north tide nf Hev.nth-etreet. between
vine and Race,
gaa, chweta, Ac,
Itcnntalna nine rieima, tide hall,
Inquire at the Seminary, No. H I.
V ' JKl'U RHnRoH.i
FOR ffALK-A DG8IBABLK LOT-Ia the city
.enkrliMtlon, Kj IU in t front on thBIcr
Koad, by l deep on J.ihn-ntrret. lt,Jwlng
a- ihln nre mlnnte.. wntv of tl,n wi.rn.h.. tfnMT
THE DAILY PRESS.
THVItHDAr.u...,i .........MAT IT
FOR SALE. City News.
Thi Iarcikrt City Circupation. Adver
tisers are reminded that the Prrss has the
largest oity circulation of any other daily. .
. . 1 II I I, : I , ,
MrrRORoLooioAt, Obsrutatiosb By Henry
Ware, Optician, May 1& ; . ;
OVtoea. ' i Bonmeier. ' ' . : ThtrDumtltT.
.1 ft- M" .. ..... .. AhoToaero-fiti
'! 2 w . Above aero SI
g. M..........M.... 1 Aboreaero-7a
Baltimori Comvrntiok. The Baltimore
and Ohio Kailrond, with It Western con
nections, will issue round trip tickets to the
Democratic Convention, to b held at Balti
more pn the IMUiof June. i i . : i
Thb Dkmocratio Stati ConVkntioM Poht
ponid. The Democratic State Convention,
for the nomination of Ktnte iftd Electoral
tickets, to have been held at Colnmbus on
the 24th inst.,'has been postponed by the
Central Committee until the Fourth of July.
' 'Td Advkrtisers. The Daily Frkss circu
lates more papers In Covington and Now
port than all the other Cincinnati dailies
combined. This is a fact worth remembsr
ing when choosing a medium for advertising.
' Firb ' Yestirdat' ''Nook. About ' twelve
o'clock, yesterday, fire broke out in the
roof of a Kitchen In the rear of a frame
building, at No. 303, West Sixth-street. It
was extinguished without the aid of the Fire
Department, however, and the loss will not
exceed fifty dollars. '
PoCKBT Picisn. Miss Lee . had her Docket
picked, yesterdsjk morning, at the corner of
mm anu vine,oi aporte-monnaie containing
seven dollars in bills and some coin. Pick
pockets seem to be quite numerous in our
city at present, and very dexterous, too, if we
may judge from their success. y i-. : , .
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Personal. Thomas A. Hendricks, Demo
cratic candidate for Governor of Indiana,
Honorable Oscar B. Hord, candidate for At
torney General of the same State, and John
G. Doughty, of the lndianopohs Sentinel,
were at the Walnut-street House1, yesterday.
Litters Ditaibid ros Want or Postage,
Maria Young, Cleveland, Ohloi ' ' 7 ,'V
aaatcrn & BrAthera, Plttebarg, renn. ' I
George Lucaa. Wincheeter. Kv.
llj Kmoia K, M. Gray, Boeten, IU.. Jft T
IVmlterUo., Baltimore. Md. r !
ie uiicae, wincneeter, rty.
Kmoia K, M. Gray, Boeten, SLiaa. 'A X
onner uo.. e.iumon', tin.
LeiMra. A. UaMard A Co., haw Orlasati JEja.. je
. D. Allen,, Mayilick, Xr. . ? f
Marion Continentals Election or 0m
cerb. At the annual electibn fbr officers of
the Marion Continentals, the following per
sons were selected : Cuptuin G. B. whit
comb First Lieutenant-C.T'fJi ) Whltson )
Second' Lieutenant Ivan X. J. Sanders;
Third - Lieutenant .Hi 0, Taylbr; ' Bngigb
L. Robinson. . v. , .. , VV..." ,
- Thb Late Alleoeo Case or Perjury. In
the ease of B. Kroeger and Charles WalfeL
arrested night before last, at the instance of
William Anderson, upon a charge of perjury,
an account of which was published in the
Press of yesterday, a nolle was entered in the
Police Court yesterday morning, and the
parties were discharged. v r v
, i . 4. ' . . 1 . .'. ' .Si
Thb Trocbm A mono the Dikciples or
EscrjLAPius. The Newton-Heighway difli-.
culty, we earnestly hope, has now been
brought to a close.: 'Last Saturday, Dr.
Heigbway was arrested, at the instance of Dr.
Newton, upon a peace warrant, and yester
day held to bail In the sum of rive hundred
dollars, by Justice Harris, for. the term of one
year.. ' 7. .'V,,,'-, '
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A Man Found Dead in his Bed. A man
named John Clark, who ' boarded at the
Uuilroad Saloon, in Storrs Township, was
found dead in bis bed, on Tuesday morning.
Coroner Carey held 4U iBquest upon the body
which resulted in a(verdict of death from
Intemperance. The deceased was born in
Scotland, was fifty-eight year of age; unmet1-:
ried and had for many years been nabitnally
intoxicated., , ; (
Lecture by Rev. Dr. Robinson. Rev. Dr. '
Robinson will deliver s lecture to-morrow
evening, at the Kinth-treet Baptist Church,
on Ninth-street, ' between Vine and Race.
Subject: "Thinkers the Movers of Society."
The tickets will bo sold at twentv-flva cents
each, and as the entire- proceeds are to be
devoted to the Ladies' Benevolent Society;
connected with the Church, an immense au
dience may be anticipated. , " " 'j n j
Tni LatB Abrest or Terpiiohorean Dev
voter. The case of J. 0. Spills, who, our
readers will remember, was arrested a few
nights ago, upon the charge of giving a ball
on Main-street, which was attended by "idle
and dissolute bersons," was tried yesterday
in the Police Court, before a jury, which ren
dered a verdict of guilty. A motion, how
ever, was made for a new trial which will be
argued en Saturday morning' next:" We
would respectfully suggest; that, inquiry .be
made, for the benefit of many interested per
sona, in regard to the number of policemen
who have habitually attended the entertain
ment, ef Mr. Spills, hv the' tbaraetet'of
dancers, and how many of them are included
under the head of "idle and dissolute persona. 1
The Trotti)k Match YwTBBJJATToe
race over the Cincinnati Trotting Park yes
terday was1 fairly attended. The match was
between Hockey's '"Lady; Buckstole" and
Dodge's "Gray Tom'' two miles a,nd repeat
for $200, The betting ' wa quite spirited
particularly after the first heat, which was
gallantly contested, but won by. "Gray Tom' ,
In 6:4o. In the second heat there was noth
ing remarkable; : the Dags both Untied well,
and th. koare -won' ki 5:51. itf the third
"Gray Tom'1 went off ht lcgft'nnd run about
thirty feet, causing considerable dissatisfac
tienvanrl although ha earaai out half a tetntrtjf
ahead the heat was decided, BKMnst, ipjui,.
w ennui uie iouovting ,i ji i.. i,-. .i i
I ' ' " BDMM ARY " ' " ' J"
BVer'.ntirr.t!'!. o, rlVX.Z.?j?M
ViHlge .utera a. in. "Lady BMvktuu"....., ill
rBuwi Irg Circulation. The patron-Mrr-UmM
,-th Pruim a) nre !U ryimtnenc
WeirttefrTtnlnly'lyhhont precedent In the
history of, Weitern journaliara, And it future
nrorin8 toHll mfito rMrlti ,Thotl(rh
BUI little ovar year old, iu t(rre(tt circu
Utlon In city and country ig second only to
e. I, Mil to ferine ju nypwiA tg city cfRliTery.
Thiio anb,tntiBl eidnm-at of public
Milt. It k bt. .Hftlllrtl t ihl we aUalrl Im
,WorJUin tntifned anditii-i Incline) H eoond
win onu uurn in firoc miming it.
With our Increase of circulation haa come
?oodly ahare bf advertising larger, we
think, in proportion, than has I men the lot of
our- laffrer mtemnoraiiee. The amount of
transient advertising sent ns daily shows that
the retail merchant appreciates it as a medium
through which to communicate Wllh the
public, and Its growing list, that the people
look to ft as a reliable sndrc for home and
fotielgh hotirs. Slich tokeng o! apptvbntion
Will bti IrloentiVes ftlr greater eiertiong to
pirate, and will result in rendering the Prkks
more acceptable, if possible, to the patrons of
an independent newspaper.
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IlFBtscTloii or Watbr RsnTi. Our readers
will he pVeaeed to learn that the Trustees of
the Wat works hare determined to reduce
the rates for water. At the last session the
Mowing schedule Was adopted, to take effect
on the first of July!" yi '
Families occupying a house containing '
I or t ronma..H.H.....i..M.;:.. , $ perannam.
3 or 4 room. A tier enontii.
J F rwin. J.,..V.J.....'w....w.-.. 6 per aunam.
, i rooiii.4Ufc.,..,,n,i...4A....i.. 7 eer annnm,
v or 10 rtNini.
II or II room......
n or it room.
IS or In roouiH -....
17 M nHHaauu.e.
e per annvin.
9 per annum,
in per annum.
11 per annnm.
IV or 20 roonuu Hw... u per annum.
ii per annnm
Houses containing more than 20 rooms to
be charged at the rate of fifty cents for each
additional room.'" - -n -
Houses occupied by more than one family
to be charged at the above rate fbr one fam
ily, and ti each for every additional family.
Uoarding-houaea to pay the same rates us
above for houses containing the same nnuibor
of rooms, and the following additional rates,
Boarding-honea of 7 to 19 mom. 1 1 ' per annnm
Biwrijing-houie of 13 hi an room. 4 per annum
Boardlng-hoiMe of 11 to an room. H per annum
Boarding.h.mae of ai to 4h rooma IS per aminm
J'ulillc hatha, wrm....... ... poranimiu
I'lll'HclmUiil, cold.. .............. . pur annum
Private hnth., warm 4 per annum
Private bath., eold...-,... f M per annum
w ater cloeet. in public liouae. A per annum
Water cloueta in private house,,,, a. per annum
' ITrinala tu be aMeoraed.
Plugs or Hose Hydrants for Washing side
walks, f 2 for each house of 25 feet front or
less, and for all fronts exceeding 25 feet at
the rate of 10 cents for each additional front
foot. , .
Corner buildings to be charged at the above
rates for both fronts.
Plugs for Gardens and other purposes to be
, Barbershops, $2 per annum for each chnlr.
" Livery and Private Stables, $2 per annum
for each stall.
For each Carriage, Buggy or Wagon, $1
per annum. . . ., ; .
Each Work Horse $1 per annum.
Street Hnrse Troughs $5 per annum.
Bakeries, for each barrel of flour consumed
- Coiree-houses, from $5 to $20 per annnm.
Restaurants, from $5 to $25 per annum.
Fountains to be ansesscd. -
Stores, Offices and Sleeping Rooms, from
$2 to $10 per annum.
Smith-iliops, $1 per annnm for each forge.
Brickwork, 8 cents per 1,000. . ,
' Plastering,; 2 cents for each bnsbel of lime
used. . . i , - ..j .-1 ... r- .or ;
Stone-work, J cents per perch.'
Schools, asylums and churches, from $2 to
$10 pes annum, to be assessed. -
Steam engines to be assessed by the tables,
according to the siee of boilers, extent of fire
surface, pressure of steam, size and velocity
of engines, Ac., and for every fifty hands em
ployed an addttional charge of $5 per annum,
or the amount shall be determined by the
meter, and pnid for at the rate of 1 3-10 cents
for every 100 gallons.
, Manufactories, hotels, distilleries, tanned
ries, slaughter-houses, breweries,, and all
other large consumers, to pay at the rate ot
1 3-10 cents ner 100 irallona the amount, nl
water to be determined by estimation of the
upcnnif naent or purveyor, or Dy meter,. ;
Public Salnb or Reai, Estate. Jacob
Graff ft Co. sold, yesterday, Die following
real estate in West Covington, Newport and
In Addltfoa, luck of White Rail, I...L
Nob. 37, 39 and M sold to Thumaa Hey for '. each
JMI. - ; i'.l I i " -. , . .).!;
Lot Ko. 40, to Bauer, for tn7 ho. t
Lot No. l, to Joshua B. Bwaine, for $1112.
Lota Not. , 41, 42, 43, 44, ii, 46, 47, 46 and 19, to
Bobert Clark, at each .'nl.
- ImI. tn II, K. LUidHcy'. rSuhllvWon", In Newport,
K y. T.rmil: Ons-tli ltd caeln balance In one and twu
m l.ot MO. Z2. 13 lent Iron. I,v IWdeen. tn tie,,.
H. rioiiaua, at .3 jo atubju.,
feit ho. -a, 33 foel u-uul by 140 doep, to John Digen
kam, at fai Eiien.
Lot tig. sv S3 teat front by 140 den, to Jacob Bel.,
at i-$Mt. i
. Lot Mo. 13, 3.1 feet front by Ua foot deep, I.obr
necker. at 7 M-9.,a 70.
Lot No. 41, foot front by MO deep, to Long
pecker, 20 ii'.lh.
Lot No. 4a, 3d feet front by 140 deep, to Mayor Fear
on!, at S21 1r'i2 .W.
Lot No. tf.WM Stat .front Utttlwp, ,0 Acy WIN
klue, el $3ujM3. ....
Ii.it No. Al, SS f.r front -by 110 deep, to August
KUngwr, at IS-eBTl, . -4- ,
Lot No. h'i, 2a reet fnjnt by ,110 deep, to Augusf
Klinger, at flft-jaro. r , 1
Lot No. 47, 3D feet In Kayo's Addition, sold Capt.
Irwin, for eah, at (17 l,o2A.
On Manon-.troot, in thi. city, by order of Executor,
Lot 4 by yy.'i, with, frame house, told to rruilerirk
8h.rmita, at V1 M S7.t; oue-fimrth cash, balance
In 1, J and I yean. Total, (10,332 Ii. ....
Cooper k Stokes yesterday sold the follow
ing lot ob the Riddle Estate for B. T. Hnr
man; . " : ' 1 " v'
One lot Jft feet front, cm Brown -.t reet. at 14 f.V0.
Hold to Begin Gabriel One lot 25 reet on tame
ttreet, to Wm. BntUorliuid, It (279.
One lot ti feet on tarn, atreet, to John B. Bmlth,
( 9U-S237 Ml.
One lot 2r feet on same atreet, to Antonio Arrico,
117S34a 29. i : ' . - '
TwoM50 taetoai aam. atreet, to H, Overnrtee,
Io (710. .! , . .
. Iwo lot. S3 feet on aame street, to Kenton Wll-
Jlall, 14--(H4S. '
true lot 31 feet' on Bam. ttreet, to John Keelor,
II tsain, Bk, . .. in..' i
On. lot au feet on tamB street, to John Reeyan,
One lot s feet on aam. ttreet, to P. (1. Bhaunon,
MSI Ml - .i
One lot nil feet on MBrthall.avenu., to John
Keeler. M 6-l,lM5 00. :
One bit lus feutun aana. aranno, to Michael Lerch,
5 (AW. . I.,
One lot 100 foot op tame avenuo, to Scully A So
Taud, I 40 S'A). Total amount of anle, d),027.
'. Wwcicly' Report1 or ' he City Auditob'.
The 'City Auditor, lost night, reported to the
City Council the following receipts and ex
pendituree, for the; week ending last Satur
day, together with the amount of money re
in the at that time :
Poltee Court and CMty Priaon Fund...,
Light Kund ,.
Biuking B'uud... r ..m m.
'Total...... i;,:. ;,, ;
, (3,600 HI
. 711 17
. 1,197 n
tleneral Fnnd ..i....' .' ;,
Polio. Oourt and Uity Priaon Fund...
Bupurior 0mrt Ii'und.M- -...J.
Interest Balud m. n
Fire Department Knnd.i A..,
tkunmoii Hcho.il Kwiid.....H...,..,
Uolured Bchoel fund-. ,.........,
ToUL..,....i .'. ...
'' There are now remaining
. (2,014 l".
. am im
. ' 211
. 04 Oil
, l.MKI Oil
. 17 15
. 13,41.1 SI
.. 52,.'Wi 82
Treasury uie following sums : 1
General fund w i i . . ,-.....e".....
Bunerinr Court Fnnd..
Fire Department k uud. w,.M-.
. : 7,ll 57
. 44, W. 94
U 1 1 1 . I II . X UUU. .........r. .. ...........
Common Bchool Fund LlHuid. and ua.h),
uoufrtHi acnoot y una..
'' Hab SbvereIiY Beaten. Night , before
last 'BV man. munei) John McCloskey was
picked up by some persons who were passing
along Eighth-street, near the bank of the
Miami CanaL'in a' sentl-inseiisible condition.
Aftor , having sufliciently recovered .to give
an account ot himself he stated that he had
been assaulted y. a couple of men, who
knocked him dowui without any provocation
whatever, and after beating him until he was
unable to move, left him. to care for himself
an beit 'Del Bulgltt.ilia head waa Severely
cut, as if struck with a blunt iastruiuent, and
his body considerably bruised by the beating
ha. had.. received. o,Jlr. tJlokev is a dark-
ihand upon on. of tUe.steatuere lying at the
wnarr. anu say me assault was. wnoiiy unprovoked.
Room No. 1. lTroR Jimns Ptorbb .
Writ, ti, Hhreeve. Steele A Co. Motion to
scraaiue ah njiiiritlsemenl end siibdivision nf
property a rolling mill, Ac, at Kulloli. Mo.
lion granted on the ground that the property
was an entirety, and could not be subdivi
ded. , !
. Jones A uontc figj HrtV tl and Krnnt and
wife. To recover for' graciin'o; atld f1'"!?
n.uinn.dl.iw.1 t l-T. ll,.l Ik. ttrA.I,
rnj -ni-on Q,.,, I I, II , . 1 1. . w , I P ,1 null, vino
not done according to the grade established
by the ordinance. This was found to be im
possible, and the work was done on the sur
faoe grade) and no objection having been
utKcn until it wan rotmiietea, tne uourt re
fused.' to allow the defense, atld rendered a
judgment for the plaintiffs.
HAMILTON COUNTY DISTRICT COURT.
The case of Barnes . Checklev. Contest ol
will, stated in last report, proceeded. '
James H, Dills was admitted to the bar as
an attorney and conscller at law.
' Proceedings or thb Codmty Cobmissiok
sns. At the regular dinrnal session of the
County Commissioners, held yesterday morn
ing, orders wen pamea, amounting In
the aggregate to $ri(l4 93: of which $33 37
were paid to Joseph Bvslnge for dry goods
fur prisoners; $10 20 for lumber for work
house todill'crent partirej $6H forvegetnblcs for
Lick Run Lunatic Asylum; $97 to Cincinnati
Fnel Company for coal for Court-house; 2'K)
to John Diisey on accotint of bridge in Spring
field Township, and $180 73 to Baldwin &
Co. for lumber for New Jail.
The Board ordered the following to bo on
tored upon their minutes'. . i
The Cincinnati Spring Grove Avenue Com
pany, having heretofore presented the peti
tion of Thomas J. Stevens and fourteen other
citizens living upon, or being interested in the
portion of the County-road lying between the
eastern boundryof the Cummiusvillo special
road district and theCarthage-turnpikc, pray
ing that the said Company may be permitted
to enter upon and take possession of that por
tion of said road, to construct an avenue
thereon; and the Commissioners being satis
fied thnt the signers of said petition are citi
zens living upon or interested in said road;
and thnt a notice of the object and prayer of
snid petition has been published for four con
secutive woeks after April 4, 18(30, in a news
paper of general circulation in this county,
and it appearing that it will be to the interest
of the community using said road to have
the same taken for the purpose of constructing
an avenue thereon; it is therefore ordered by
the Board that upon said Companies comply
ing with terms and conditions hereinafter
stated, that permission in writing be issued
to said Company to enter upon, and take and
use said road on the following conditions,
1st. That said company will not lay down,
nor suffer, nor permit any other company or
persons to lay down any railroad track or
tracks on Said avenue, from saidSpecial Road
District to said Carthage Pike.
2d. That it will lay off and set apart not
less than nine feet on each side of said
avenue for sidewalks.
3d. That it will complete within eighteen
months from this date a substantial Dridge
across Mlllcreek, at Ludlow's Ford, of suf
ficient capacity to accommodate the public
travel of said rood.
4th. That said comnanv shall civs bond tn
the Board in the sum of ten thousand dol
lars, for the fiutlilul performance of the above
5th. The permit to take and use said road
shall be issued when a resolution of the Board
of Directors of said company, said company
accepting the above terms and conditions,
and a bond with the satisfactory security are
filed in the Auditor's oflice. . .
: City Council Last Nioht'b Proceed-
inoh. The Council met at the usual hour
Inst night; President Torrence in the chair.
The minutes of the previous evening were
read and approved. Mr. Whitcomb pre
sented a remonstrance of a number ofciti
zens residing on Wade-street, protesting
against the erection of a slaughter-house in
that vicinity. Referred to the Committee on
Mr. Wcasner offered a resolution author
izing the President of the Council to cast the,
vote of the city in the election for a Director
of the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad. - Adon
Mr. Von Seggcrn offered a resolution ap
propriating $400 for the clearing of the sew
ers on Sycamore, Broadway and Wood
streets. Mr. Weasner moved to strike out $400 and
insert $200. Carried.
The resolution was then adopted. -
Mr. Hnllister offered a resolution author
izing the Trustees of the Ninth Ward to as
certain the amount of damages caused by the
recent rains, and report the same to the Law
Committee in connection with the City Soli
A number Of claims for damages caused by
the late rains were appropriately referred.'
Mr. Glass presented a petition from sundry
citizens of the Sixth Ward in reference to the
impediments caused by the Street Railroad
track. Referred to the Committee on Roods
and Canals. . . . .
Mr. Walker presented an ordinance, ap
propriating $800 to J. H. Weewell for
damages caused by an overflow, ten years
Mr. Davis, from the Committee on Internal
Improvements, reported an ordinance appro-
Hating $800 to the heirs of Jas. Whitakcr,
cceased, for" dauiogos to their property, oc
casioned by a change in the grade on the cor
ner of Collard and Third-streets. Passed.
Also, a resolution from the Board of City
Improvements, asking authority to erect an
iron bridge over the canal on Main-street,
and also one on Findlay-etreet; likewise, to
construct numerous sewers and culverts.
Mr. Marsh moved to divide the question,
and consider every improvement separately.
Mr. Weasner moved to strike out all in
reference to sewers and refer bock, with in
structions to the Board to estimate their
Messrs. Marsh and Whitcomb moved to ex
cept the proposed sewers on Wade and Clark
streets. Lost. , . r - ( -
Mr. Weosner's motion was then adopted,
and the resolution passed. .
Likewise a resolution authorizing the Board
of Improvements to contract for. three hun
dred lamp posts. Adopted.
Also, a large number of ordinances relating
to the improvement of streets, all of which
were passed without debate. - . .
Mr. Meyer presented an ordinance pro
Tiding for the erection of a new hospital,
on the hospital lot, the cost not to exceed
$165,000; the contract to be given out in ac
cordance with the provisions of the Ferguson
Bill. Laid over under the rules.
The ordinance to provide for the repurchase
of the hospital lot was then taken up.
t The City Solicitor suggested that a clause
be added, providing that none of the property
be purchased unless all of it can be obtained.
Accepted. The ordinauce was then passed.
Adjourned, ....... , ,
Magical Soda Fountain. A soda fountain
is in operation at J. D. Park's drug store,
corner of Walnut and Fourth, which works
like the magic bottle of Signor Mocallister.
The soda water and all kinds of syrup art
drawn from asiugle faucet with great rapidity.
The faucet and coolers are the Invention and
putent of Mr. Thomas Daniels, who has made
soda fountains his speciality for some years,
with great success in producing a pure article
in the coolest state possible.
To the Baltimore Convention fob Half
Fare. The Pittsburgh, Columbus and Cin
cinnati Railway ContpuMiy-&Uubenville short
Line in connection with tlie I'oi nsylvania
Central Railway, will carry passengers to the
Baltimore Convention, on June 18, for half
Tin Kabtehn Periodicals. frhi Waverli
ifeyaji'tw, ud New York Ledger for May 20,
and The Saturday Hvming i'ott fbr May III,
can be had at Lewis's, No, 28 West,, Sixth
Do hot mil to attend the sale of twenty-six
beautiful building lots, situated on Hamiltou
road, Brown,i Mohawk and Goethe-stroete,
this afternoon, at three o'clock, by C. J, W.
Smith, Auctioneer. See advertisement.
Wood'e Theater. The andichci t ttii
wtabli.hment lent night wt not lerB.Tnl evn
hment lent night ft noarge. Tbl. evn
. lather Bill Bppe fTe flndte'' IB)
i af (Ae fr4 and . "V1""" tV"lii(' In
Wte nV ij, ak A4 iw, ! "
Melodeon Hall. The complimentary
concert to Prof. if. J. Rflllth, under the au.plce.of
Hit Young baitiet' Lrceimr of the frtleren Femaht
College, will take place thi. evening at the Melodeert,
The programnie h been carefully .elected, anil will
rurnlnh all excellent entertainment.
Mr.. Yarlaa .lamas. viio.a ..voire. J. .a. a. Ber
dee, will ntnrtHe eniitlidte bill I Ad "fcrrotTh'ed Tin
Fondly Breaming," and the aplendid aria from Vcrtil,
Krn.nl nvlamlaV eUaeref whieti, If.ung with M.o
nmuil tanteof the lady, wifl iie fully worth tfco price
Smith Nixoji Hall Uumsey k New.
uniVii KIVe4 ate at IB drawlist fcrn.ll t Imp
A Nlxon't Hall, and their performance, are nightly
received with the meet rnrnaabfrlc applnnte. '
History and Status or the Brioae.
Th ptrtposititfn trj fcinircel &fV"crfieB of Cov
ington, rveniurKy, mm iTiricifinitti, Uhio, by a
bridge, was first agitatod in 1840. and an act
of the General Assembly of the Common-
wcaun oi iveniucKV was omainea incorpor
ating a company for-that purpose. , At 4hat
time it wescontetnplBte'i lijtilf) i trfdpo
on piers a comparatively cheab structure.
In 1840, however, application was made to
tho Legislature of Ohio, to confirm the act of
incorporation granted Dy Kentucky, wbicn
Wa. ilnnn will, rnrl.iin ntiutiRn-linn.
chief of whirtVwM a restriction of the Com
pany to the erection of a, bridge without
piersy rind fl'ltiti UmI pt :and 'rtefmijon.
The latter provision mode it necessarv to
change the 4riginnl purpose of the Company
wmi regard to tne plan ot tne Dridge mak
ing it a suspension, instead of a pier bridge.
The original capital stock was $300,000,
which was intreajrd by Vh iwicndatory acts
of,Kentucky, of February 28, 1830, anil Feb
ruary 6, 18M, and of Ohio, of March 2'J, 18j6,
and April 2, 18!W, to $1,000,000.
By the act of Kentucky of February 6, 1858,
and of Ohio Of April 2, 1858, tho Company Is
authorized to issue preferred stock, and to
borrow not exceeding $600,000, and issue
bonds therefor secured by mortgage, at such
rates of interest as the Company may deem
proper, and the bonds issued may be converti
ble into the stock of the Company, on such
conditions as the Company may prescribe. ,
The estimates of John A. Roebling, Esq..
engineer of tho work.are that the briilgo will
cost about $1,000,000 It Will lie seen from
the report of the Company for the present
year, that there have been expended on the
work aliout $300,000, and there is now, due
and available, in cash and material subscrip
tions, over $100,000.-
The charter fixes the maximum dividend
at fifteen per cent., and the toll must be so
reduced that it must be within that sum.
This will, in a short time, without donlit, rcj
duce it to one-half the present ferriage rates.
Any calculation upon this subject must lie
based ujon the prospective increase in the
population of the city, otherwise it will fall
far below the'renlity." 1 ' ' .
Let there be no estimate for an increased
business, and assuming that the bridge will
get but onerhalf the busiuess of the ferries, it is
confidently believed the bridge will pny, ft'oni
tho day it is opened, the maximum dividend
alloyed by. the charter,! to-wit,- fifteen put
cent, ner annum. ... .1
All experience teaches that tho Increased
facility afforded by a btidge will give a cor
responding increase of business. . We need
but cite, as one of the very many case known)
to us, the bridge connecting the cities of Cov4
ington and Newport. - Six years ngo the
communication between these two cities-Was
by means ofa ferry across Licking River. Tho
lerry was managed,, by one person, witli an
ordinary ferry-flat. The receipts from that
ferry furnished a bare Subsistence to the ferry
man, and were altogether inadequate, con
sidered simply as a reward for the labor per
formed by the ferryman.. The bridge Was
erected at a cost of eighty thousand dollars,
and now pays eigth per cent, per annum divi
dend on its cost, with a gradual but con
stantly increasing revenue. . No; one at all
conversant with the facts will hesitate to say,
that the business of a bridge connecting Cin
cinnati and Covington will pay more thnn
twenty times, or even thirty times the
amount received by the Covington and New
port bridge. , ... , . , , ..
The liabilities' of tie Company are payable
during the years 180- 18C1, and 1862, and
amount to $47,000. -t The wharf property is
on a porpctual lease, at $3,200 per annum,
subject to purchase, at the pleasure of the
Company, at $40,000. By making this
freehold, the amount of indebtedness wonld
bo $87,000, . The amount now due the Com
pany being $153,000, it could pay all indebt
edness, and have what would be considered,
collectable balance of, at least, $50,000; bo
that, with the additional amount which
proposed by the Railroad ordinance, and
which can, without doubt be raised, the
bridge can be complotcd within three years,
Bathing in the River. A large number
of hoys, from ten to eighteen years of age,
habitually resort to the, fiat-boats and rafts
at the foot of Vine-street, on the Cincinnati
side, and about fifty feet from the ferry land
ing, every evening from thrco o'clock till
night, for the purpose of bathing in the river.
Of course our poll r need ctnly.jte have their
attention called to the' matter, Of which they
have, no doubt, been ignorant heretofore.
COVINGTON NEWS. NEWPORT NEWS.
IB BALBS.-i-Jikrob; (jraff. & Uo.
dlfpoeea ei .it nOmoer ol nu, in;L,in'l8f's
subdWisjcm pj tips citj Yesterday? at puliUc
auction,' the particulars of which will' be
found in the local column.
Collision on thb River, A lumber raft
ran into a fleet of four coal boats, while
moored nni the mouth of raylor-dreck, yesterday
morning. Tho steamboat Yankee
was immediately sent in pursuit, and brought
the boats baok. rom ,-ttouf the- month of Mill
creek, where tliey had run ashore. No ma
tcriol damage was done.
Furniture at Auction. This morning, at
hulf-DAgt eight o'clock, J. Gptff 4 JosselT fh
entlro furniture of A private fiimfty;' No. 335
Viiia-scVbtween II iiiUianilAvourt.nl
SxiLLVOt StrBateACtfBmAYtN.-uA'A very
unusual surgical operation was performed in
Worcester, Mass.; on Saturday, by Dr. Clarke,
in a case of disunited fracture. Michael Hurt
was run over by the cars on the railroad,
about ten months since, and his arm crushed
just above the elbow. The usual operation
splintering was resorted to, but the bones
failed, toruiiite, and a cartUagtBona linlonv was
formed, producing a false joint. On Satur
day Dr. Clarke proceeded to-diisect' the ends
of the bone, sawed them off and fitted the
ends together, joining' them by silver, after
which he put the arm , in Hplinters, In this
case, so far, there Is a very good prospect of
success, in effecting a perfect union of the
(UaunitoitiboBeojBij ,rrr;o ,.t-?rlV
The English Premier aedtbe Prize Fioht.
A characteristic' story is told of (he Premier
on the subject of the fight. While Sir C.
Lewis was assuring the House of Commons,
in sonorous phrases, iifhe, unquestionable
illegality f prjze lislf s.jwid tWlabilitycj
indictment of all who might witness or en
courage then,(iportiii tnlierwas busy
in the library collecting a purse for the
Champion. Lord Polmerston came in, and
was instantly arrested by the collector. "1
wajit a soWreiga fouffirr'' jta.!,
UA sovereign for Savers!" replied the4 fro
mier, "a splendid fellow 1 I'll give you five."
He was. told Uiat'tlA subscription wWlimited
to one, which he paid with alacrity. "I've
great pleasure in givingit," he said, heartily,
"but I wiBh you'd let me make it five."
Tee EmpebOe bv Aiibitila' Wbunbbb bti
RAlbWAY , Ao(!ioEriTwKra . crowntid head,
are not exempt from railway casualties,
The Emperor of Austria lately idtt Vienna
with Prince Morea on a- shooting1 excursion.
By some mischance the Imperial train raa off
the track,, ami aeriouiiiy ,, disturbed, .the
equilibriuin of tlie Imperial party. Happily
no one was seriously hurt; a few-slight bruises'
were the'onlr damage done."' A .fresh eiieim
was telegraphed for, and the august pae
niuur wiiu uie uuuio companion went on ait
( rlABtnunrR rvrYCryiVBtiTAi' A MrtMUry of
y rneel Rnowkvlge fee the People. llhMtrate.
Thla I. th irnei VrAHrrrMfimrt' eltrhr kund red
plgra, hirge eetvodf .n BerylfofBeTh which, when
nnlahevl, will be In Mghi Klrtffi.r vMirnfrti. ft I.
Hglna!lrpnt)lMHlhyMeii.tv.tid B rhimnan,
f Bdlnlrn-g, rhnwWhreht M ttk4 Its tHIK and rt-
riMl.hed By MeeWw. Arrletetl, of BeW Yni, who
ve given It a Ba-rManw. itr In rvufteft fp paper
and typngraftfrr, nd m.iw. it onVtf rhe moetgttratt.
rn volirme. It ha fgllefi tti or lot to evm.rhe.
ThM Knryekjilut IB fhirMed npna th. bvla nf th.
atrmtix OemwrMMeu MHe; a Work tWnt hat met
With tflveil BrVibwHoe fn tiefrfpe. It H kow
rrer1. not a rrariahttfefl, bwf - an .Awptatlnn of tti.
Arhnail flletlrmnry . 1 All tlral eperlalpy retttrt to
nreart BTIMIn add key Ofonlei, and In Worth ehd
Brmth A merle, leMcted frnm new gml mnre!rrct
nnrreei an In many other mk w rh article.
Ravf Beee rnlATged tmi Kxtended. It deed net pro.
r- te Be aw elhHv worVt bwt rather a A Pic
Ihnary f VBIveva.1 Knowledge r t People, pre
eervttfg th pnlrer jnedlwm between tlie cthwhroea.
nernt f tint largtrr enB the brevity ef th .mailer
Rnrvclnpedbvii Bt-wMeH re. peel rte paMiahev. bmb
to have met with uawntal miettiM, -v,
Im maltlfnrtou la tt.artlelee, ad Me BiH fa It.
Inlliraiatloit than'' the M ,,Amlm CttktmH,
originally publl.hed - byii Jfcaar i Appletonf tti It,
neverthekie..iae an alii t tti e. reenter and oetvenw
tionall.t, la meat oaara, ail that h rmalreil.. . IU nr.
tide, am written InexcelUat taflte, and bear Mrkfl
of having been produaod by thote who knew how to
preaent tint pointe f nlhrert. wbick H hecalrable to
knww In lite Baott agreeable jnaaner. ,. I .-n- 1
MII.CII C0W8 AND PAIBY FABMINO. ' Bv
i Vmabi.rb i,' Klint. . New tllties; lllnetrated:
; Boetoa: t'ro-hy- Mcbola, J
i 4 Coj Cincinnati:
i.eorge a. ziinncnara.
The- author of thl vnlnm. til th. Secretary to the
State Board of AgrlFnltnrenrMa.aachuantta,and tke
author of other work, of Internet to agricnltnra. It
comprlwa Information In repeat to breed., breeding
and management, fn health and dkeeate, of dairy and
other stock; toe selection of mllcb errwa with a fnll
explanation of Oainonfl method, th. culture of forego
plante and the production of butter and cbeeae, em
bodying the moat recent Improvement., and adapted
tr farming In the Tnltefl State, and th. Brltl.h
Provlnct. With a trratrte nptm fh. dairy hnahandry
of Holland; to Which li added Hnfmalfe fVi if
Dairy Mamffentent. Til. preceding itlon. having
been favorably received, the preaent, which la In
dome reepecte an Improvement, will doubtless met
with the appreciation which It to much deatrret.
The Degeneracy of American Politics Considered.
t It ii not onr desire to withhold the honor
that ia justly- dne - to the Revolutionary
patriots and their Immediate successors, but
only to vindicate their posterity from false
charges of "degeneracy, and excessive cor
ruption, unknown before.' We venture to
assert, without fear of Enocessfnl contradic
tion, that there is less corruption in our
government now,- in pn-oportion to wealth
and numbers, than at any former period.
We will snake no charges against our all
ocate m, but introduce them upon the stand
and let them speak for themselves. - "-1
' In speaking of Mr. Hamilton, tlie leader of
the Federalists, Mr,, Jefferson says that he
lauded the British . Government, and . de
clared it the most perfect on earth;, with
reference to its corruptions, he declares them
necessary. Tucker' Jeffcrton, I 390,
In speaking of Jay and Hamilton, he says ;
"Both are' dangerous. , Thev Dent after a
uulou with England, as the power which is
to support ineir projects. lout, sal.
Again, in speakiug of the Federalists, he
Saya that they desire the new government
only as a stepping stone to monarchy. Ibid
.. -1 . ..,., , - .,, ., . ... ;
On the subject of a public debt, he says be
wishes it "paid off to-morrow; Col. Hamil
ton, never, but always to remain in existence
for him to manure and corruDt the legisla
ture." Col. Hamilton was then Secretary of
tne treasury; Jencrson, secretary ol estate.
Ibid 438.. , ,?.. ..: : ,. .
With reference to the material of which
the Congress of 1703 waa composed, he thus
speaks: "1. Bank Directors. . 2. Holders of
bank stock. 3. Stock jobbers. ,- 4. Blind de
votees of the administration. ' , B. Ignorant
persons," Ac. , , . , . .'
In a letter to Joseph Wazzei, dated April
29, 1794, Mr. Jefferson says: "Instead of that
nouie love oi nuerty and ropuuacau govern
ment which carried us triumDhantlv Uirouirh
the war, an Anglican, monarchical and aris-
tocratical party bos sprung up, whose avowed
object is to draw over us the substance, as
they have already done the forms of the
British Government. , Against
us are tne executive, Washington was tnen
President.) the iudictarv. two out of the three
branches of the legislature, all the officers of
tne government, ana all wno want ofticea."
In vol. IV. 402. of Jefferson's correspond
ence, he thus gives his views of Chief Justice
Marshall: "And even Judge Marshall makes
history descend from its dignity, and the
ermine from its sanctity, to exaggerate, to
record, and to sanction forgery.1' .'. .
These extracts are but a low examples of
thousands of Bimilar ones, which may be
found by reading the correspondence of the
purest Statesmen of the Revolution. Adams,
Hamilton, Jay and Madison," are equally se
vere, personal and pointed, and their opin
ions of our politics are no more exalted than '
those of Mr. Jefferson. J"" ;"
It would be nseless to nrodiice - extracts
from th. newspapers, and from the speeches
of the second rate orators of the day. Suf
fice it to say that their general tone would
range tnem as low in tne scale as our lowest.
There was no,1, a high-toned newspaper in
America.- The resolves of political meetings,
from New Hampshire to Georgia, breathe
the most vindictive and partisan spirit, and
threats to go out of the Union were as com
mon then as now.- In Pennsylvania the dis
content ' was so great that a systematic ; in
surrection was the - ' ' ' '
[TO BE CONTINUED.]
;,. j -.'.....',''"', ! M- -.'i '..-I tsIT
. Orisin or ibe Name or McPbebboh.
One a . Week, gives.' the. follow ins? .rather
strange origin of the name McPhernon, now
as common among the canny , Soots as Wil
liams or powen in vv alee, or as uops or cner
ries in Kent,: . During the reign- of David I,
of Scotland, it appears that the younger
brother of the chief of the thou powerful clan
Chattan, espoused the clerioal life, and in
due course of time became abbot of King,
ussie. . His elder brother, whether be fell in
battle or died in his bed, somehow or other
died childless and the chieftainship unexpect
edly devolved on the venerable abbot, i feuitr
ing the action to the word,, or rather suiting
hi convictions to the circumstances, , the
monk procured from the Pope the necessary
dispensation, and the abbot of Kingussie be
came the hnibaud of the fair daughter of th
thane of .Cawdor, ... A swarm, of little King
ussies , naturally followed, and : the good
people of Invernesshire as naturally called
them McPhersons L., "the sons of the
parson. After this whocan say, "What's., in
a name?" "- ' h '
-IlT,,-. -.-.I in .11 . il'lli .ii' In Jli'll lli'l t. .J'l
Forbionhbs AbsacltEu an MoRniRtto in
jArAN. The state of matters In Japan
appear to be getting worse and worse, and
the 'foreign community there nr living in
great apprehenBion.'- Oil the 26th bf Feb,
ruary, ' two Dutch captains, Captain De Vos,
of the brig tVwfian rKtV' and Captain
leKKer, or trie scnower Henrietta Jyouue,
were mnrdered In Yokohama.- Theywere
walking tbrough the streets, ani ft is ni(,
had given no onense, being respectable, quiet
men, when " they were- attacked by- some
Japanese with swords. iCwtain De Vos was
killed almost- immediately, and Captain
Dckkcr was- pursued a ahort Way before he
was disputchea.' No cause Ib aseigrretr for
this act. The Japanese are a high-pirit!ed
people, and have bcewr known to commit
suicide when insulted by foreigner; It Bot
impossible that the unfortunate vaputiru Duty
tmve conimitud ctltjiise WiUwiU inleaiiug
to do so, .or they may have been; eat-rUsced to
piut tlte. acts ef otbnr, tureigMrv .ii i -. i
A .inn li.Ui Jewl vH W'.'ti it lo 4d.ls
. TaiM iliT' lowA.'All i'the' BMin
streams of lum hahre.'elurinw -etrB but winter
and sprlntf, swamm with firtrorleinf ateH
saals .Trappingt halnrALrrle1'ott rf
Buooemfully, ajiil, BlUtotigk the pticee ef fur
have aot ranged as hih' R" durntf Borne
yeanta larpwr airgregate' income- has -been
realised thuu dmiug any vorrvspoBding
COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS. Monetary and Commercial.
Honey ftittrt were airly yesterday,
nwt the leavgly f Owl em y hM by the Banker, wee
mfflcleal to fleet the renolreiwenta of trad.. The
Oheckl.ga upon Prpoaita were n.nKii'uint.pnt mm. with
Bom. Bank.ie tha. laat week while other, reported
nffiftwrin.atlou. -eod Paper wx itHI done without
difflcntty at MrsiH per rent. ' ' " , ' ' .',
Kwrlera Kaobaaa. waa ataady and mntw active than
en Toeedari the merehanui having vy eonalderabl
twdert. Th. bnylngBinire wHmc0 and t prem.
th. eelllmt ante, , Yh. awppty In Bwt Urn, but about
equal tothw eVnund. t. i
flold wae dull, o.l we fieerd of an iranearttnn
nf conMhionuoa H being the buying aae,itlc. tnw
New Orleans Kvrhamja Wat guUt at par buylag.
and Si prem. tailing. . - 'j
No .Iteration In Time-Mil., wfcirli ruled t lnftris
per rent, ttt .lly dai s on ii.w Olkaua, and Set oa
new York. , . .
Mlawmrl, Iowa, Tlltnot. ah. Wlecon.la note, are
a-lllng a. betoro. at L', dig- M ' hanigo IB other un
eurrent money. ' r'
..Yh. demand wit Flnnr con tinned local and lim
ited, yeter,bur.wllh a dull market, though prlie.
were nnchang-d. Whixkrwo. In fair reoueet, and
rate, were unaltered. Me. Pork Wa. dull, without
any pnrtlmlar dLponltlon either to buy or .ell; It
Waa Offered at S17 .M. hut El7 M w.n. tk- hlskeefc
flguree named by buyer.. Bacon a. In better de
mand, and Hide, were hi. her, and Bulk Meat, wern
In good requeet. No .Iteration of oenMaiaeno. oc
curred In any kind of 'train, 01 tlrocerWeV'
Th. Import, and Bapavwief -eartewe article, dnring
the twenty-four hour, ending yesterday Boon were:
Jeuieiw. Anplea. 130 brl.: Barley. At. buehel.: Bnt.
ter, ta pkg.: IJantllee.--baa.: Corn, bn..; Oheeee.
.Ill leotee; (Virlee, tibagai Flour, I. nil brl..; Har.
Xa bale.; Hog., B77 head) Lard, IV brl.. and ' keg.;
jnoiaaaea, 10 urja.t tieii,.'. nue.) vain, i,'.ne, nu..;
Pork and Baoon, !r bbd... Uercee, barrel.,
b...., and pound.; ruUliwa, mi brl..', Hugar,
V hnda.: Bait, lit barrel WlwwA. ,XM buaheUi
Whl.ky, i,7t barrala. ,
ter, 13 pkgt.: Candle., M b..xeai C.rn, l.tt l.u.hel
Ct.eeie, lotf boxea; Coffee, .1 bag.; Hour, 7IN1 brl..;
Hay balee; Hog., ton htd; bard , 1 7 brl.., keg.;
1b.iI.bw.... ISA Brla Malt.ir-ntM.1 (Wta-abafU Fork
and Baeon. In3 blids., lieroee, barrel
boxe., and -Afcmnd.; Potatee.,-12 barrel.: Rngar.
l hhd..; Baitui brla.t W beat, tut boahela; Whieky.
37 barrel.. . .. ,, .
Money oontlnnea eatx In Bo.ton, Philadelphia and
Baltimore, at ftl5(n7 per cent., and In Ht. Loula.
Chicago and New Orteane thee. M no alteration.
. Tun. day'. New York IWeww ear. of But waek'B
Bank BtatMlawnti n' ' t'H
The Bank Statement of tn-dey Bi dnlte a. ffaviwiibb.
a. oonld have been anticipated in the epeet. reeerve.
In view of the large .hipinent of Baturday week,
while the con.trnction of loan, la an unexpectedly
favorable element, brought about, aa tt b.a beeu,
without tlie .HgltteHtdl.turbnnceof the Money mar
ket. The decline tn depimit. I. the natural reenlt nf
the movement nf the week. The loan, are now four
and n half million, below the higheet point of th
late exuaiisloji, wUU. LU.. apuoui ahow. aligUt In
crtate: -'' " Key S. ' - Key 1. '-.-- 'i-
tnA-Jir;,'i)i Bia.,i,Ml Pee..ai,tM,wa
Bpecle.. . tl,sli,7W Zl,7Nl,le7 I)ec,. I,i:.,3.v.
Circulation... V,SOl,,l " t,lvt,sll l)ec.. ZH,n.
Jiet UeputiU.i .l.HMMta I n,W,t7 Ileo. 1,7X1..!
. Toeeday'. New York JfareM that refer, to Money
matter, on Monday: : ' i j : . 1 - .1 ' -
The Money fnarket tnowt .VMptotna of latieaiM d
eaae, and the amount 1. money onering ia very much
In exoeea ol tke waute of the broken and the public.
We mk. no change, however. In oor qmHetlofin,
which remain aa I --fore, A per oeut. fur cell loan.;
V11 A fiir abort Paper, and A(S."-7 for IwA montli.
Paper,- The Bnn-Treawry gained money t..-day; th
reoeipuiwee. Sset.AAs, of wbkh SIM,imn from ciu
tonu: the paynMuita,t7y4M ibe haJtmc. thi. ru-
Porwign Ktcliange-' oohtlnne. dull at nnehanged
rate.. Banker.' bill, ranged tolar from Itnj ..into
lim.N far Mterliug the lending Bnglieu .iraweraekinc
imM, and the agent of the Botuschlld. 1UVH; tor
irauce, v.i.sKj 13!.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, May 16.
FMI'B-The demand contlnnM looal and liraletd,
and the market dull and heavy, though there i. no
change In price.. The iule. were l.lnti brl.. at $..MI
for mptwrlne nd B5 7nre SB for fair to feuey eutra.
WHISKV Th. demand, ia fair, and price, uu:
changed: .ale. of 1,300 brU. at le((i le.'ic, thelalter
PHOV1BIOKB Men Pork wbi rather dnll to-day,
and then wa. lea. 4i.po.iUoa to buy and more tt,
aell. It Was offered at I7 so. but $17 W wa. lb. rate,
offend fbr nmt-claiMtrity eran.1.. Quite an Inrprm-ed
demaad foe liaoua, and prk e. higher mm regard.
Hidea. The mUo. corapriM sou hhd.., all Bide., at
f 4.leT .VI; JS do. clear Bide, at II '.c. In air-tight
CM.k., and An do: Shoulder, at ?t.e. There wae a
8ood demand A bulk Meat, with tahga AO hhd..
honlden.,at lUttn, Ohio, at 6tc., packed, and 11.
niin Ibe. Bi.le.not to average Hm than 311 lb.. Lard U
held at lie., which at above Ike view, of bBrwre.
t.KtM'Klll KB A fiur demand for Sugar, with aalett
nf lis hhd.. at s'tWtc. for good fair to prime. Cof
fee unchanged and dull; AO bag. Mild at ItAiewlt'.c.
Al ol.n.ee emhanged: aalea of I'e hnrreui no. priate.
n n'prea., at 43c., and so do. prime, in ok, at 4Sc.
' w H BAT There 1. B fttir demand for prime white;
but th. other rndea are dull, though withont nay
change in price., w. quote red at 1 zteia AA, and
prtngst t VI 71: .ale. of Jon hiuh.l. hill at SI Ss:
ami do. prtwi. watt, at Si r, do. at 11 S7H, and
o do. weraaoM on ariVBle torma.
COUN The demand i. but moderate attotff-snc.
fnr ear In bulk, and SHifAAc. for .helled, In hulk:
ealo of roubmhefe prim, white .helled, in Ooilagton.
atsaSo. j- ,, i... 1 ...
OATH The market 1. firm, with B good demand,
at ttftlAr..: aale. of l.leA biMhele. in bulk, at 44e.;
ouibii.hel. do. at44c; 900 buahehvln aacka, at.Sc.
BY K The domand la mir, and the market gtaady
at IVifusc. for prime.
BABLKY Prime (all 1. In good demand, and th
market firm at Mt4iJtSo.; inferior i. dull at ?tWrOo,
HAY Prime Timothy It In fair demand at I8 per
tun, in bale, on arrival, and $?ni-.:l for looee, ta
wagon. 1 The market ia orer-etocked with tnwriur,
which I. dull at SliWil.V
CHKKHK The deutaud continue, good at 7c. Btr
new, and llvail.Ho. for Weetern Jteeerve, and I le
1 1 '.to. fur old Ungliaa itairy. bbU. of lot box, new
at 7c. . -
BPTTBB Th. market In irteadr And in fair de
mand a. lo. fur priaie fresh yellow Weetern BeMrv..
and ItwISc. tor yellow Central Onto .ale. of lb pkg..
choice Wetter. Retorv. at lb.Sc., and 17 do. InMrlor
AHPI,8-Ther. are bnt few In th. market, and
price... ton great extent, nominal at Mi mur brL lor
AHITATOKS The demand la Mr. and live muket
teady at 11 4WU11 7 per brl, tor prim, ft rah unit., and
lov.tjti.i lor ovmmuu. , : . .
New York Market.
and unchanged: aalet of 1,4a) bale, at life, for mid
dling upland.. Flour exhibiti no tulkfng change;
th. demand for the Baalern and lool trade Ml
floderatti, and the late decline ha. brought U more
oyer, for export: Bile, of s,iiO0 band., at J.'i 30 for
tuverflne B tate: SS AViCS SA for ertra Htute: As Wl A.r
eunernn. ve.iern; pa nfJ mm ior common to I
eveeiorn; no xm a mm ior oommon to me
;tr Weeurn, and St; ooi lu fur .hipping
ixtrB round-hoop Ohio, clo.ing with pretty
iort Inquiry for extra Btnte at about tne in
good ex port Inuuirv I
lid. auoutlon. . Included In th. aale. an 7.5.W brl..
ior export at pru-et within tn. range. Canadian
Flour lea. active, but price, arc withont materiel
ckang.: aeLee of BSD brut, at . ABmAT 4. ftr common to
choic ex tra.. Aty. FUmr Meady, with email aalet at
$2 so4 3D for oommon to oholce lunornue. Coru
Meal qnteti and nnehanged. Whieky n a ehada
oatiar, and mora activa: aakw of too brl.. at tlSo.
Wheat quiet and without .trtking change: aale. of
ll,umi hu.heui verv nandimme SI ilwaukie C uh, called
Aalier Iowa, part at about
ibout SI Bl, and th. remainder
on privBM feral., .11
Jn.oon buehel. good .nJ prime Milwaukie Club mi
SI nyil W delivered; son bu.helt choice white Mich
igan at II AS; 400 buthelt red Michigan a Bl 40.
live eoaroa aud firm: aalw of l,3iN) buehel. at S7c.
afloat. Barley quiet and unchanged. Corn In good
reqiMMt for export and tit. Raet, and about Blc. de
clinei tele, of 111,1100 buehel. at 70f7Jo. fbr fair to
strictly prime mixed tVe.tcrn; Ako. for lieatod; 7Sc.
rorWetlern yellow; Tft(H77c. for Jttreey aud Houthern
yellow. Oala plenty and heavy at 4nA4l.ec. fiir
We.t.rn aud Canada; 43c. fur BtaAel 3,oiai bu.hel.
Prinix. Kdwartl'. Inland attic. Canada Peat ateedy;
tele, of 1.7A. bdnhel. at Arte, afltutt.
'. Pork opened dull and heavy, and eloend more ac
tiv. and tlriuur for mumi: aalua 23S brl.. at Is tor
new meiw, aud (17 su fur old-, SIA is for butt.; 17 7.
for new prime; BIA An for old prime. Including Veto
brl.. new ana, paynbl. and deliverable in eve day.,
Bt SIS. Beef quiet uud uncluuigod: Ntlea 37A brl.. at
Ste'4 An for country prime; so for country meet;
fApi'te ' forra-packed meet; 911 AHAblS AOtur.BllB
tuea., PriuM wwe Beef quiet and unchanged. Bet
Ham. dull at 13iiI3 for State. Cut Meat, quiet and
nurhangeil: ..mall tale, at T,Sc.- for Bho.ldert, and t
ti.3.0. tor Ham.. Bacoa. quiet and 'Unclianged.
-nl Ann aud active wloa l,tuo LrU. Bt ll.i U'tc. .
Bnttcr (riling at l-lt)c. ft.r Ohio, and l.toAlvc. t
Btate. I hetw. steady t 7i He. for Interior to prlBM.
Cattl. MtrUeb BeaVMI demraMeeiL eaceBtine BXtXB
peoeoe bA aomaluing. tmuer;
cattle; receipt., '3,3im; Inferior eellfng at ;i.Wc., ane
beet at 9Sf"il0c! 'uhoen .teatly; receipt., &,ow.
tleBdr at Sttjl.c.; recelpu awerly mwx .
. (io' ."'i'.. . . i - ..,: f ,
. The Ohio opposite this port continued to
.well, thoiigh W rapidly than ou Tueeday; havfug
rieen the tweurj-.rinir honra ending laet evening about
twu feet alno laches, Bud was tbtn lielug at the
rate ol .u iuch aud a ball an bchu-; luakiua a channel-depth
between hei-e aud Louitville of emotbiQg
lee. than nineteen feet. ' -
The weatiie. yeeBirder wmi etitt verr wornr and
tultry. aud in the aiteiutioii there wern lu.rk.ed iu.
dicatiouauTraill, though none had fallte up to a let.
hour. j "i i ..j - .....
BuWnew wa the JjBBdlng WMdull.Bed little freight
wa. oflored to anv point, that for the upper port,
beiug lu excew ot tnat tir Bt. Ltmi., NaNhvllie, Mem
phi., ur New Orleaut, Bate were .teady and quoted,
ealMwra., r lfl,.i j, ..,, , p., . .,
.. The river, at Louisville ou Tueeday .venlag wwt
rl.iug rather fket, with Ave feel tix Inche. ualer la
theeanBl.' During the prevtBu. twenty-SNir hour,
th.' r.ver had rieen tig Inane, at the heed ef th.
fttllt, n-hicb waa about eighteen Inche. at Portland
The wenther wa. very Warm anil cliwe .11 day.
: TetB-aB't. Lufaijliim...at.twerv i.wu.
Th. rtver wat autlonarr at thb pulat ywttpi-.lar.'
Th. Northerner report, tlie t.'eper MiMi..tppi mllinal
from the Lake down, aud .welling ahoye the L.ke,
with .ur aud a hair Bh- water en the tipper, and
tliree Bwt tu. th. Bower KBPl.lt. i The I'eJeKranh vl
yctarilay repurwadVeliue ui two uiislie., at lluiucy.
In twenty ilinr houra: Bve Let on the lur. and tta
BlauBiy at tVubaoit, and the lllluoi. n. Billtag. wtttt
tlntly-ulm. inehe. on Btwrtvilvwp Bet. Th. IlUwoM
boAlH are .11 behind time. ,. , w . . i
TheMlnaouri remain. Ink Very nAll con.lltlon Th.
wMlber It superb and little tultry, a. it always la
BL thi. avaeou. .... 'hp ' .:e -i i i - ,
Biialueiui. ettremelyilult, and aitear. getting bv
a w.raoilittiia - '. '' ' & '
"jtreienli-Telegraph," I.oul.vtllr Fnref Ytneen,
MadieoK; Ohte. o. A, BtBriellal Uray BewM, Pome
o.jIAimod. Perry Biid iuwa, Ptllirl l..bnt
jAn'.wbaveV' UV1...iv 1 r.W".
tlAMeitaM-.l'.VgraBkv'IieeiniHet BeUBBna. MaU
rlella; n. r. Iliooaru, ritl.oiirg; .nee. ni, ijhuw,
Msguolia, Mtw.vilU; Forest Hueea, Madieuu: UrBV
Mm, Puateruy; Dtuilellh, k.vill.,