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Prbmnf MmOtmf. fllnle eewlee, rent.) I north,
,i4fto..l.; SirMntlra)lv I year, 1 0.' - .
A; HATI.--Ib pifbllo nr. respectfully informed
MISS" ADEtlNA PATTI,
iV.7 f""r,,iMl fCV". ,D snsmtle mm
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' ' f (TKHDAT AND WKHMtSDAY, J. I wl A
H tMniiK ijf her rr danarttirii tor r.rm'nr.
l"rl, w-liera dim rttl ha. b ongeged for
"a?rf,, Op.ro.fcw. thW will, be -
t ""y kr only eppearAnoe In thl city. i
Mlw Petti at ttm, her ONI.Y, COXCKRTS, will
' fftrnn In
-.m .... w. tne iui at her Urand Ikmeert
nwiiiinKun UIIV. mi
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jClrell-acire, the EmuaAaedore of KiiAland, rruM,
ii. 5T "-"""na, npun, Sardinia, Naplea, the B re
fill, fc.: th. memb.ra of the h-DAt tbe meatbare
I 1! .A,,, V?" Pt llepre.eutAtlvoji, end many of the
timet dlitingnhhr cititouof Winhiaitoit, , ,.
Lliss Adolina Patti
!';,,';; IAD- btoakosch,'
.i, i ... The eminent Contralto . i , .
3 ri .--The greet! Tenor hi Amerlcar vi r
, IH Tberaoai tuatni Baritone in Americ i -i
' The Concert will be under th. pel-tonal direction of
Th. director and manager of the Italian Opera of
J.I ' h A""' QfMmto In . ITork,. S
r,,lfJ?"jr,J'n.!J?n WTtBi chanob or tno-
fellEry rioto and Flrrt Tier........... M
r HeaU caa be aacurad wltkout xtra charaa.
.awnaiiMi -thi.; laoralng at A. M., the Box
tnoa, and In th. erenlutr at the door. Order, from
th. country for tecured seaU will rereiv. prompt at
tention, by addreaainit J. If. 1IKRKKUT, Treasurer
PIJtli,pen5:l10'1",l.in":lo,in h,prlc. of ticket..
fJnwli Pattl'eOmnd Concert Book and fhoto
'trapli fur ial. at P.tera'i lutic Store. Pi Ice 20 eta.
ay- Doon open at, IX o'ciock; Concert to com.
mono, at o'eloolc. ' myau
AND VISt HTBEETB.-Joaa .Slulxb.
f the lat apnaaranca of
MUM ANNETTX INCB,
On which ocoaiioo will be Dnwented Bourucault'.
rt aenaatloD druna of JKSNIE iltANS.
- 7f. W'W t, will b vretented the
celebrated drama of, , .,- , ... . . ...
Ok, thi Burr or Min-IiOTHftN.
Jeamirtaeaai. tmtm Jatoaatur-f neaa miaHmm ar
JiKlnri JteJrbrotUar, Mr. Haua; DaMdlieaaa, Mr.
X LaUKdon; Ooordie Boberteou, Mr. Bead: Queen
OLrultrWMWa AaaiA Walte; Margery Murdooklou,
..TdfrfucWwllhli.antical'drinab )' I t
' BIACK-KVBB etjiANi Oa, Atr. in TBI Dowiib.
William Jit, Laoadoiu Huaan, M ra. KU.ler.
MondaT evahlna. tlAnaiir1H'v .r V IT l T r v .
ip ir', aaBaatlon plar and moral' drama 'called
Ten Ninhtalna B-toobi," will be preaented for
the Arst tim.. .
,, i Mr. iXHOStAtjJ COOK,: S
- -a W4f f th.Orchtny, j" f
eraa tip b? nil Urother protVsealonali. Yl
leaal Vroheetra. i Drill.) i4eee and aemral Holoa,
m art uxtruAeutu, will be perlormed durluf the
' ataTFor full nartlculara. ate amall bllu of tha Ui
ferfMy. Joan Bate firj getinWudy) tenderrd the
t Twaar w htwttj cue uiwreau or air. u,
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fiTo. lid. I- - ari sa.
JL-i,f90?! that th.y will give a . Plouio Party,
on the th of June, latu. The new and oommodlon.
teamer Champion No. 4 liae been enaaffed for the
ocoaaiun, and will W ool of ruih-itreat a7.
o'clock awacraelyp th. loot ef Waluut-etreet at 6
o'clock, .tupin-at-iiwpi ferrr Landlna, Whita-Ker-etreei,
UaiMiliM, Awli4lrMtt Pendleton, O.lainbia, Celt
tprola aed Hrw Blchmond. from thaaee to ae
Oro. The Committee wlh It dlatlnctlr under
tood that they Intend going to New Blchmond, aud
ru to tha rnuutb Mh Miami, a nae beeB indue
irlouely circulated., lioketa 91 for one gentleman
and accompanying ladlwu. JtunTc by Menter'e Braat
and Hiring ilaaai. f BAZrjfe t'LAKK,
jel-c Chairman Cam,, of Arrangement..
SMITH & NIXON'S HALL ;
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.lirl. l 'KB ONS WEEK ONLY, " .. !
Oommenolng Mopdtjyj Jim 4, (
naH6i(tAni:Ui tfperk frrVnpe.
:i OTi-ti'l ni i-i r .itri " 'iHrix
ii.. wi, .i.THB COMPANY I " ' " ,-
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T. NlflHTLT APPKAH. DITaiNi3
Malodlou Songt, Dnoi and Refrain.
SPALDING , & ROGERS'
Kcw Omanir Aiapuitltcater,
fWMPtlSWOTHK ELITE OF THEIR
".y (tliflkrl Ift'VX'Strt.ltti. proprietor, thi. fc.
dWwniTtiairwf .Ft Ihairi traveling eoaip.nl.., except
thlal on,' inviller To eonoentrale upon It all their
eu.rgle.aud fafillllee,) will exhibit on CJll'V ,0T
TUnrfiday, Friday and Saturday.
. MA-Y SI AVO JUMBJ 1 AND .
ktrat -perranuaooe cm Thuratey at T r. Mi and on
Al at Newport on MONDAY June,, at land
ii.r NatimUT ai i aim j r. H. . , - ,
r Uf Mrtokw iaperUaUDOao ui ia nan
ftCrieaU 7baios. lUil.tva, yaraiaa or ISurle4,at
OjMrtva, o., Ao.t and nay b had on rstuoubia toruu
a lf.Aluu,l Tl...l Ia..a.llU. .1
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P WftfotW S tTMil!?1 wfS
hortly b. opened for tb. aiuuMment and enjoyment
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V.a.t.,iara Tilirirl.ra. in . wlhltlna eiiauirfl
weut. or baring an ltial.w ollur. will pleuM
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my "' 1 ,'Boal.al.Ptonlca. i
a)S7i JiitSJ Jeeiuct4 Wrt"hrS'
br te raater tor the Court ol Bt. Jamae. To
wnolaeale aun rvuu, or
5A m4 Bran jJi
f ajnre or AnaiMion-Dree. Circle add Parauette,
00 oenti Gallery, &S cent..
Mjiir. or tiant.-Ihjor. open t 7 9'cjock J curtain
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Mil, iXUCOtH and 8. I. BAMfOBD,
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JUNE 2, I860.
rRICE ONE CENT.
RAIL WAY MATTERS.
Littli atuni-17 talauten iteter tnaa City Uu.,1
A. M. ami 11 P. M. Oolumbu. Arremtnodatloa,
4 P.M. Xenla Actmmmodatlon, 6 P. M.
CiacuraaTl, Hn.ToK AB jDaiTeirHr minute.
Hurler than Otty tint, A. If ., lwil A. M., SiSfl
P. M. and P. Ii. Hamilton Accommodation, 8 A.
M. and M P. M.
Ohio ax Mieaiettrm (u mlnalet .lower than
City time,) 4i'A4 A. M. and Si3S P. M. , Loaiarllle
Acoomtaodation, 11 P. M, . ,
laDUjrirotn aun CiwcliiltTi inviiT Lijr:-lj
minute, rtowet than City time, OiM A. M., UiM
A. kf. and IP, Hi .. K..-.M.I-. .. .
Muuarra a CiMotKRAttir mtanfre: huter than
City Um.,1 5i44 A.M. and Si30P M. , t ,.,
CorTKwTOit ahb ItiliHoToir-tCity time, Si49 A.
m. and a,aa p. M. ..." ,, w. : . , .. ,
ClKCIKNlTI, BlCHUOWn A!tn iKPIANAmia A.
M.,8i30r. M., t P. M.
lim. Mtt-3iSt A. H., 8 A. M., lli4 A. M.
nd4i4P.H. , ;
Onto att MiMiMim OiSS A. M 19r48 P. M.
and , P, M. " u .:(. I tv v';ii 'jk i
ClKCIIfXATI, Bahiito) aw JATTS!l-yi4S A. M.,
Ili4 A; M., 1 P, SiSO P. M., Ti3 P. M. and
0iis p. v. v X7
JxaiAKAroai. Ann CnrotniAU lOtlS A. M,,
4 P.M. ndlll45P: M.ki 'l '-T ''
MABIITTA AHB ClKOIKXAtl lOlOfl
lti-10i0e A, M. i
roil i0i3i A. M. i
flil.tP. M.' -,.-
CoTiMornri ab tnrxoToX'
ClKCIKFIAfl, Rti nUOHO AKD IXDIAMArolM Tl45
A;M.,iPiM.,ataT. ' i , ' -i -
The atool of reptntauc hu bo cuahiou.
. Ton ku II Siebnf lttuea M Kew York
for ten years, recently told for $103,000.
A Mn. Clyde was killed by lightning; a few
days ago on the Flonhing (L. L) fiaUroe.r C
Fire hundred young Irishmen recently left
home, for Rome, to serte in tbe Popa'i army.
Runaway negroes are becoming very com
mon and bold in Western Texas, r .
iSziPresIdenta Van Bnren, Plerea aad Fill
more were in New, york last week. , y-yt.
An old citizen of Savannah. Geortia. with
his- sister, has just fallen heir to a fortune of
Henry T. Koopinan, a wealthy resident of
A,ancaBter, H. r., nung mmselt in bia barn,
recently, from fear ofporertyi 1 1 -
' Counterfeit three-dollar Mils on the Phllips
burg Bank of New Jersey, have been exten-
siTeiy cuxaiatea in is weea lif iew rork.
Major Angostus Duplantier. who was once
Assistant Secretary of Louisiana, died at
Dawn nouge on l uesaay last.
' Mrs. Partington eaya that there must be
some sort of kin between poets and pullet.
iw aucj an euwave cuauujif; uieic jays.'
James Matthews, a coai-dircer, was Bmoth
ered to death by the felling of a bank, near
anesTiue, in iQisouwej a lew days since.
Mrs. feamuel Wells, residintr near Locknnrt.
N. Y- deetroyed herself recently , from; the
effecta of a dose of arsenic. ' 1 1 r'
James McKay, a convict in the Erie County
(N. Y.V Penitentiary, hung himself in his cell.
recently, wane sunering lrom mantavpoiu.
! Bctfular steam communication is talked of.
and' will probably be established, between
v era uruz ana new urleans. '
Samuel Bogel was ihrawn fronx his horse
near Ozark, Arkansas, last week, and his
Drams oasncu out, against a tree.
V A very large "catamount' was killed' by a
boy of thirteen in Carroll County, Ark- on
i w ' l ' l ' ' i ' ' i ' 1 i
Mary Brookont, 4 in"ettT fei'l of sixteen,
near Calhoun, Oa was killed by lightning
uuring a xwceni uiuauar Harni.
Peter Bogel, a youth of fifteen, seriously
shot his graadfaUner in a fit of anger, a lew
aays since, in ureene vounty, Ala,
The Printers' Union of Davenport. Iowa.
has surrendered its Charter, not being able to
sustain ftp organization. ,,,
' Samuel Huer Was killed. In Boone Countv.
Ky by tha tailing' of tree during a recent
awns, -ii-nif. . ri.i i m .. -... - -i ii
( Ths Japanese have notified the" city of Bos.
ion, inrougn ine aiayor, iqat ijiey, W'M proo-
nuij , tmt ws am uvraftvua auiuuiw wi a UliC.
It is proposed tuT Baltimore to erect a tem
porary building for the Democratic Conven
tion, to be paid for by Issuing "season tickets"
to&ut4ijM$5 ahead.,! , t1- l v J
As anarfy as tiae thausand Jews 6P Tetuan
have taken passports, from, the Spanish au
thoritiMtoeertabUth themselves in uKhercnt
places in Spain.
. The Bev; 13. King has been, warmly re
ceivea in Dan rrancisco. ine Mercantile
Library Assoeiation offers him $1,000 for four
' B. P. Hevnolds. Dilot of a lumber-raft, drew
$1,200 from a bank in an Interior town of
Iowa, for tbe purpose of.paying bis tmployet.
and, ran away with the mtnwyii 5i i i ; i j i
Patrick Hogan, an emigrantrnnner, walked
aeuoeratety up to one iJjanjiei.viark, ln iMew
York, the other evening, and stabbed him to
the heart., ' :r" ' '
onbJ H.'Bairvl a ' haUvi 'of Philadelnhia.
and an agent for a mercantile house, jumped
overboard from a stealer near there, recently,
and drowned himself.
A cabin-bov named Sullivan .'was. wan.
tonly murdered, a nieht or two since, bv a
desperado. Timothy Corcoran, in a boatman's
boarding-house In ot. Louis. , ,"
William Stucker, agad sixteen yaars, Mew
out his brains by accident,' In Wapello
County, Iowa, recently, while on a bunting
expedition., . .;,;.,, ; ,
Plnn.' Imhm.M a aaIhmj. wAm-i. 'AIA
at the Duchess County Poor-bouse on Sed
nesday, aged 110 years; ,';,,
One of Abraham Lincoln's sons.' a voUritr
man of sixteen or eighteen years, ii now at
qttrvard.Polleg ,..m ,..,n ..,it i
J. H. Snblett, of Ballard CouatY.' Kv.'mh
celved the handsome sunt pf tot eht
nuuarea pounae oo tooacco.
Lessas-ne, a French dramatic critic re.
ciTf $,5000 annually for abnsihg thacVaflos
ties Theater In Paris.
I Theft iendship of two bad and cunning aten
is genetelly aalnjary to athars, and abeaa-
fitat)me)vea.r ni :rv 't .1 M i
The Illustrated Paris nanar (bunded bv tha
late Mons. Paulin,, V Miuttrqtim. baa. been
sold fbl $3O0,A0tX 1" ' .- '"
'The Sovareltms'1 "Musendj." af the Pail
Louvre, has been enriched with two caskets
which belonged, one to Louie XVI. and tbe
Other to Marie Antoinette. '
i ii-v i i ' . ih ''"ui-,"" : !
UAt a recent sale in London, a fine violon
Uo. formerly .the jvoperty of Lord Fal
moutb.' wag sold for one hundred guineas
$fi0bv . A 4t. I'" ;... ; ' t.l I i j.
A Toun Missiuitml widow is said to have
spent at a single dry goods house in Memphis,
Venn.,' last' 'tear' for the adornment other
beraou, ,.,0 uj
I A cart-horse packed over, a prclilce, at
ftteWB,Hl:, last irttek; falling abopt One bun
1 red and filly feet perpandicular.. The bar.
Death of Lady Reminiscences
of the Great Poet, His Sweetheart
and his Wife.
On Tlie 17th Inst, Lady Byrou, the widow
of the great poet, died at London in the list v
sixth year of her age. She was born in 17SU,
and was the only daughter and heir of 8ir
Ralph MUbaoke Noel, Baronet, In 18M she
succeeded to the Barony of Wentworth. She
was married to Lortt Byron in 1H1& the
union proving, as is well-known, moat un
happy to both, as he lived with bis wife only
soma thirteen days. Their only child,
"Ada, so), daughter of my house and heart,"
was married to Earl Lovelace, and died eight
. The marriage of Byron with Miss Mllbank
was one prompted by motives of Interest.
Lord Byron, in one of his letters, giwes the
following description of Lady Byron during
the time of their engagement "What an
odd situation and friendship is ours f With
out one apark of love on either side, and pro
duced by circumstances which, in general,
lead to coldness on one side and aversion on
the other. She Is a very superior woman, and
very little spoiled, which is strange in an
heiress a girl of twenty a peeress that is to
be In her own right an only child and a .a
txurts who has always had her own way. She
is a poetess, a mathematician, and, withal,
very kind, generous and gentle, and with
very little pretension. 'i .
Even at his wedding the thoughts of his
first love of Mary Cbaworth, of Annesley
Hall, whom he so poetically termed his
"Bright Morning Star of Annesley," was
present to his imagination. Annesley Hall,
and atl its fond associations, floated like n
vision before his thoughts, even when at the
altar, and on the point of pronouncing his
nuptial vows. A marriage contracted nnder
such circumstances could not but be un
happy. The poet has alluded to it in some of his
most impassioned strains of regret. Wash
ington Irving says that in one of his manu
script", written long after his marriage, hav
ing accidentally mentioned Miss Cbaworth
as "my M. A. C.," "Alas," exclaims he with
a sadden burst of feeling, "why do I say my 1
Our union would have healed feuds, in which
blood had been shed by our fathers; it would
have joined lands broad and rich; it would
have joined at least one heart, and two per
sons not ill-matched in years, and and
and what has been the result.''
Lady Byron took au active Interest in
philanthropic and benevolent movements,
aud in 1856 she seut a gift of three hundred
and fifty dollars to the New England Kansas
Emigration Society. . We can scarcely recall
a lady of tha present century whose name
has been so often brought before the public,
and in such a singular way, by her relations
with others, rather than any desire or effort
on her part to obtain publicity. ; ., .,
The Last Hour of Theodore Parker—Euthanasy
of the Great Rationalist.
.The following is an extract from a private
letter to Professor Newman, of England, dated
Florence, May 11, 1860, which appeared in
the London Jvews of the 18th ult
' I have and news to communicate.', Our
dear suffering friend, Theodore Parker, died
yesterday evening. Yet there was never an
easier end to life but lately full of vigor, i
saw him about three hours before he died,
lying calmly, while life wag ebbing away uu
consciously to himself. Ha left written di
rections for his funeral, limiting to five per.
sons attending him to the grave, of whom
I am one. Many Americans here are ex-
tba Sermon on the Mount (the blessings of
Jesus) to be read over bis grave,' and then a
plain grav stone, with his name and age and
nothing further of inscription. .. ...
Mr. Cunningham, a Boston Unitarian min.
liter, will read tha passage. He is a sincere
friend and admirer of Parker's.' We hope to
get a cast taken of Mr. Parker to-day. Mrs.
Parker, his poor, gentle wile, has hitherto
borne up well. Miss Stevenson, who baa so
long resided with them, was also with him to
the last. Hhe thinks, froti the Deculiar ten
derness of his manner - yesterday, that ha
knew he was dying. He had been, dreamy
for soma days, and talked ramblingly of two
Theodore Parkers, one here, and one planted
in Boston; Who would finish his work; par.
naps a true mougni, only mystically ex
pressed. Among his- last well-connected
words were these: ."Of course) . you know I
am not afraid to die, though I wished to live
and nmsn much work which I longed to do.
I bad great powers committed to me, and I
have but half used them."
Since writing this, I have seen him lying,
0, so peacefully! I have never seen death
nnder a form so devoid of terror. The hectic
color remains on his cheek, and it is hard
to persuade oneself he had passed away.
He ceased to breathe without the least struggle.-,
aaai ' 1 .1 .
' Cadbe or TUB Accidsnt TO thi Stbahbb
Niaoaba. The accident to the ifiaaara was
caused by the breaking of her propeller shaft
On the third day cot, when near tbe eastern
edge of the Gulf Btream, and while the ship
was laboring heavily in a head sea, the pro
peller shaft gave way in' the bearings, doing
much.' damage to the wood Work where (hi
shaft connects' with the propeller: "and caus
ing a sudden and , aerious leak; i-Tha engines
were immediately stopped aud all the pumps
set io work. I After, a .brief, consultation
among he officers, it was determined to re
turn to port. Strenuous effort wore made
to get at the leak and stop it, but without ef
fect. The oumns. however, kent tha water
unuer control, wmte me snip was nut under
all her canvas, and headed for , Handy
Hook, , Tha . propeller beinir disabled, was
hoisted out. She had on board a full sup
ply of coal for the trip, besides provisions for
tha entire cruise, aud drew over twenty-five
feet of water wnea she went to sea. It is
said she will bava to be discharged and go
into dock for repairs, which will cause se
rious interruption in . the plans of the Navy
Department for the return of the. Japanese
I,i HrV Witt
Hon. John F. Potter Bantam Suit
Aoawst. NaW.1rAJr-Ki8.It 1 stated that, tha
Hon. John F: rotter has; commenced an ac
tion for libel aroinst tha proprietors of Thi
Wakinalai btatt and of TKe- MadKmfar
mat. ine ground or uie action is the publi
cation of a etory that Mr, Potter .declared
himself tha owner of a colored man! '
r: ti . .11 li ii "' " ' ' n t 1,1 iiur.f
iNTaHPSRATB TinPIRAKOB RbW. With
more seal than discretion, three temperance
street-lecturers set up their out-door pulpit
. , . . . TlLII. J.I..L1. . , .
oppoeit a .-niuauaipui gruggvrj, on Dun
day, and began to hurl dsnuueiations against
its doors. The result was a crowd, a pri
vate flifht, a general row, some arrests, and a
shocking noise. " '
,r-i w . i i i in it lit. !r.
A BDiaAan'a Matrimonial Anussaishts.
Nathan Chambers, a resident of Philadelphia.
recently became drnuk, drova his wife out of
door, and then shot at her with a fowling
piece for deserting hum hut, fortunately, his
potations bad shaken hi nerves -so that bis
aim was not steady.
TBI JAPANISI AtAIMXD AT TUIII Detail.
won. The . Japanese ax much ' exercised
about the return of the jVwaaro, and can not
be made to believe that It was occasioned bv
an accident. They are fully persuaded It la
an artifice to detain them in this country,
and insist upon, immediate, preparations for
their departure. ,, , ,. ,. ... . .
A Wialtb Mam 'iMimiaoNio roa Stial-
txo. In Washington County, Va., lost week,
William Woodson, who is war oh $100,000
was eourloted of hen stealing, and tan Unas, '
It m jrial i ft fsrWtJjat.
Characteristic Letter from the Benicia
Boy--His Opinion About the Belt, and
His Propositions to Win it Again by Any
. i John C. Heenan wrote, May 14, this manly
and very decided letter to the London Tint;
from which it appears that he is prepared to)
encounter Sayers In any way, however dea.
perate, to obtain the belt for which he ha
so bravely fought, and which he has so truly
won: .!,, ,,. A , , ... , ,t :
Ever sinca the appearance in your pie
of May 7, of tha letter of Tom Soyers, I hsva
endeavored by every means In my power to
ascertain lrom him, in an official way, guar
anteed by the presence of the editor ol'ISrlCi
Life, whether he intends to abide by the tints
recently fixed for ua by that gentleman for
the champion's belt and stakes The editor,
of Bctt't Life, in view of the sentiments of
that letter, acknowledged ths propriety of
such inquiries on my part, and al.46 of such
proposed official response on the part of Say
era, nnd did what he could by letter and tel.
egraph dispatches to get Sayers to answer.1
Until Saturday, however, It was impossible
for him to ascertain, with certainty even, in
what part of England Bayers then was, and
finally, through the failure of such efforts, I
received information, on Saturday, from the
editor and referee, that ho could not Inter-,
fere further in the matter. '
Now, sir, as I nra left as it were ''all at
scs." and as It was yesterday stated In Belt t
Life that I was desirous of bringing the mat
ter to an amicable arrangement with Sayers,
I will state what I am willing to do.
I am willing, first of all, to accept the pro-:
position made by n writer in Jttlti Life, that
Sayers and I should have a "belt apiece," to
be gotten up by public subscription, provided
that tbe true champion's belt remain In the
hands of the editor of BelVe Life, to be
fought for again, the best man to take it. If,
that be not agreed to, I will accept the propo
sition put forth in Punch, vIk to divide the
belt I to take one-half and Sayers to keep
tbe other half. I will then head a subscri))
tion to provide a new half to his, and in this
way I think good feeling may be preserved
on both sides. ; !i : . '
If neither of these propositions (proceed
ing, as they do, from English sources) are
allowed me, then I shall claim that Sayers
meet me on neutral ground, where our late
battle may be properly resumed. Though I
am not yet quite ready to become a member
of the Pence Society, I will cheerfully vary
my proposition somewhat to suit him.
As tbe belt may be said to be equally
owned by both of us, I will agree to run him
a foot race from one hundred yards to five
miles for the stakes and belt, or I will wrestle
with him for the belt or I will row him lor
the belt, I will swim a mile with him for the
belt, or I win take hold of hands and jump
from a house-top with him for ths belt. If
all these offers will not do, I will agree in two
months to be ready to fight tbe four best men
that can be produced in England, beginning
with Savers, at intervals of thirty days apart,
for the belt., I was told if 1 won it I could
have it. i I would rather fight for it than any
thing, else; , but I am . willing, under the
E reseat stale of public feeling, to accept of
alf of it.- If that be denied me, and through
the exceptional action of the British author
Uiea I be denied the privilege 'of another
meeting,, I shall. have no other- alternative
but to go home; retusing all English testimo
nial and subscriptions, and shall hereafter
feel at liberty nay', justified by all the equi
ties of the late transaction to sign -myself
"The Champion of ths World.'' , , .
. reumiu, sir. jAiutAirjeuieni ervitnv,
Prevalence of Insanity in Japan.
: an other evening
aays the New York Tribune, between the Ja
panese doctors and the Superintendent of ths
State Lunatic Asylum, at Indianapolis, tha
fallowing information concerning the exist.
snco of insanity in Japan was obtained: ' '
Insanity is less known than in America,
the average of cases being one to every three
thousand inhabitants while in tha TTniteH
States it is in the proportion of one to 'every
twelve hundred.': Seven-tenths of the insane
persons in Japan are females, i Remedies for
the poorer classes are provided by the Gov
ernment, In public hospitals. As medicine,
opium is sometimes used, but not universally.
Bleeding is not resorted to, and tha patients
are confined only in extreme oases. The
shower-bath is frequently applied. The diet
is unchanged., : Of every one hundred who
are affected, about sixty are restored the
same proportionate number as in the United
States. - Temporary insanity is ' sometimes
produced by sun-etroke.. Mania, from' tha
use of liquors, is unknown.'. Punishment is
never iAiuicted upon the insane," Mental dis
orders are most frequent in , the middle
classes, and are more general in oitie than in
the country. . , i. .y.
- ,W, ii I i ' ' aaaw i 1 1 I I i .'l ,', 'I 'l
a Garibaxoi and Viotor EuMAnnib. An
extract from a private letter written by Oar
, ibaldi makes the following statement- ."" '
I "I was on tha' point of making the King
i acquainted with my project i; He himself
' admitted to me, with the admirable frankness
which distinguishes him, that in order to at
tain unity Italy required to be freed from the
rotten ways of ministerial diplomacy. I did
not go further for the moment . I did mean
to tell him all about it a few days before my
departure, but I must have gone to Bologna
to see him, aud I really bad not the time.
Besides,-1 thought it more prudent on the
whole to. keep tbe secret from him.. He
would have prevented ma from going for
ward, and I could not have resisted any order
from such an unique and perfect King. . I
could not think without transport upon the
fact that the Sicilians had been waiting for us
for a month, and I overruled everyothe r con
sideration to fly to their succor."
H i-' ' " ; : : - l
A Main Sinsation Rapid Exit op Bos
ton AOINTB AND ClIBKI MOM PORTLAND.
There was a full-sized sensation in Portland,
on Saturday. Tbe primary cause wo the
new law enacted by the recent Legislature of
Maine against selling goods by sample. Sev.
sral ageuta and clerks, of Boston houses,
were in that city driving a good business,
when the police were set upon their track.
This they got wind of through second par
ties. ' -So' close and fast was the. pursuit that
some escaped from the rear or one of the
hotels, took hacks, and rode eight miles in
thirty minutes, . to the Scarboso' btatiou,
here they leaped into the cars and wade
their way, by grateful steam, to Boston. The
polios seised about $500 worth of goods,
which will be forfeited under the law. ' -
I A FOHTBOOrllKQ WoR( Of I.HTRRasT. While
we are taking especial pains to chronicle all
the "movements of the Japanese, wo should
be mindful that (hey are minutely noting
down their impreuiions of at.. The most in.
taresting book of tha next year, will be tha
translation of the ."Japanne .Journal of a
brief retidenee anoiih the Barbarian and Bar
room of America,",, Dickens's Notte will be
nothing in comparison.
! A .J . , .u i - . ' tl '!..
I 44. a aval in Muvuiiaaa.v.iw immju miuui
La.) ifautle and Oumtt says a terrible eonui
ion of nocbtr reigns In the Opelonsa par
ishes at this time. There are Vigilance Com.
tuittees and counter Vigilance Committee,
perpetrating outrages, too varied, in nature
ana numerous to mention.:! ,. ,, ., j . ,1
,,, ,,,, iaa. 1 "I : " '"' "!'
BoaatBY AT "a Hotbl Mr. Parker, a sea
Cap tain from, Mobile, Ala., waa robbed tba
Oilier night at Philadelphia, of $.80 In rath
.,4 .Wn .hub. At 1 ' H I .1.-.. U .... -
udgsr at tha Pittsburg Houm, wu aXitaie.
ar a usn.
i t I , o l la ,
The Improvements in Paris—The Emperor's
Paria, says tba wrrespondent of the New
Orleans Picayune, offer now a sight which
strikes as a singular, notwithstanding tha
number of house w nave seta torn downi
Th spring campaign has set in, and work,
men ar busily engaged in tearing down
houses for new street. All tba houses from
ths Rue de Sorbonns to the Ecole de Mines,
and from the Rue d' Enter to the Rue da
Cluny, axe coming dowry the houses from ths
entrance of the Palais Royal (I mean of tb
palatial portion) to the Rue Richelieu and
French Comedy are falling as fast at ptcka
can raze them, A new street is to be rati
from the Place de la Bourse to the Boulevard
da SebastopoL Tha site of the Grand Opera
has been definitely selected. 1 , It is to be in
front of the Rue de la Paix, at the end of a
long parallclograni abutting tha Rue Nouva
des Mathurin. , , , , . ,, ,. ,. , s,
The house on this parallelogram are all to
bo built in a uniform style, according to plans
furnished by the Government architect At
tha northeast corner, the prolongation of the
new Roe de Lafayette will enter the parallel
ogram ; at the northwest corner, the Bile de
Rouen will start from it : the first four or fire
bouses on the corner of the boulevard and
Ruede la Paix art) to be torn down to in
crease the size of the square and from their
S resent sites two new streets ar to take their
eporture; on going to th French Comedy
(leveling the hill now existing between them),
and the other going to the Patent Othce(Con
servatoira des Arts et , Metiers) in the Hue
Saint Martin. They say $100,000,000 more
are yet to be expended an Paris. r - , . i
. Despotism is an expensive, luxury "Aoi-so
than strawberries in winter,. I'll give you
an example of how As manage things now-a-days.
lie waa riding along the boulevard
t'other morning; be saw for tha first time the
enormous houa just built on tbe boulevard,
not far from the Rue de la Paix. He found
it built in wretched taste; he ordered it to be
pulled down forthwith;: repaid tha landlord
the $100,000 expended, and ordered him to
sell tha land or build a house better suited to
the boulevard. The qew spire on 'Notre
Dame is completed; it is forty-five yards high
and weighs 1,600,000 pounds. -
.1 I il . ! 'I .
The Fated Oncsop Natcrk. This pecu
liarly worded extract Js from the. "Sphynx's
Children,? on article in the last Atlantic
Monthly: . r-i'.i.-' ,- . '.' , i i
Once to all thing comes their hour. ' The
black column of basalt quivers to it heart
with one keen liehtning thrill that vindicates
its kin to the electric flash without; the gra
nite cliff loses one atom from its ba'd front,
and every other atom qnails before the dumb
shiver of gravitation and shifts its place; . the
breathing, breathless marble; which a sculp
tor has rescued from its primeval sleep; and,
repeating after God. thOuch with stammer
ing and insufficient lips, the great drama of
raraaise, maxes a' man out or dust ODce,
once, in the deadness of its beauty, that
marble thrills with magnetic life, drinks its
maker's soul, repeats the Paradisaic amen,
and owns that it is good.' Yes, greater mi
racle of transcendental truth once perhaps
twice the sodden, valueless heart- of that
Old man, whose gold has sucked out all that
mode him a man, beats with a pulse of gen
erous honor; even in the dust of stocks and
the ashes of speculation, amid the bowling
curses of the poor and the bitter weeping of
his own 'flesh, once he hears the voice of
God, and all eternity cleaves the earth at.hla
feet with a glare of truth.'
"' A CafNoLnia' Inctdknt or ths : 'Chicago
Convention. A correspondent of the Albany
(N. Y.) j4ryw gives tills Incident at Chicago
during Convention week. Two fashionable
stranger ladies, In order to see tbe city, went
to ine top oi one oi me Dign Duuaingl ; but,
in going through the scuttle, It required all
the power of their gallants to pull them
through with their hoops. On attempting
to return, it was found utterly impossible to
. u .i i. .iT. ru. - f 1 1
5 mwi uwa iuiuuku me uaw ui UIC
pyramid, instead, of the apex, presenting it
self first at the opening. Finally, the een tie-
men looked the other, way while th ladies
took off their hoops, , and so the party was
euauica iu iwiura., ,
'I I .1
' Gsxseocs Erracr, or, an Unixfictid
Lioacy. Not long ago, considerable excite
ment was caused at .Lyons, France, by a
person stationing himself on the Quay St
Clair, and presenting to every, man .that
passed wearing a blouse, a naif-franc piece,
which he -pulled from a bag. Soma people,
thinking be was mad, ; talked of arresting
him ; but ho cried , out : " Do not interrupt
me. I am not mad. I have' unexpectedly
come Into a legacy of 30,000 from an uncle,
and I bava resolved, in order to show, my
gratitude and ioy, to distribute 400f. to
working men,''. So - saving,, he -continued
his .distribution until the bog waa empty,
after which be quietly went.away.,.,,, ,,,,
A DacNKis. Woman Bona a Plantib op
$16,000 IN TBI BrnisTw la New Orleans, a
few days since, a woman, . Margaret Hubblna,
was arrested for beine- drunk. Subseauentl v
a policeman met an old planter named Moye,
wuo nuiieu mat a aruuiteo woman nad seized
him violently on the street and torn his coal
and robbed him of a package of money and
valuable papers worth, $10,000, ,, Margaret
proved to be tbe robber, and the money and
papers were found concealed on her person.
The Recorder sent Margaret, to ,tha vf
house for half a year,,., ', ;,'.. .,;.,.,,. ..
I i ,!
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An Anpliotkp Widow sr 8trai,s Gsav.
atoNia roa Hi Wirt s Tomr-.A fellow lir.
luttontne Indiana aboxs of ths Ohio. var.
near Vevay. Ind., having, a few days ago,
lost his wife, went over to th Kentucky
side of the river, visit a grave-yard there,
and stole a tombstone, w.Lcb, h placed over
the remains of Us lamented bettexhalfi, 1y
, - , . '! , ,
A Snow Stobm In Niw Dblraks at ths
Ciosk or ,MA.r-ThaiVewPrloan True Delta
of Fridav,. tha 250. ult, autea- that tha
weather had been hotter for a few days than
usual at. tots season or yie, year. Uia ther
mometer ranirina hich nn in tba nineties, ami
that on the day previous there was a snow
storm of about fan miuutias' duration.
H.,'r!t 'Tl' I. , f.lf lili'l
A i, SamsiAKary ,MTrisrv Thev have a
mystery in Philadelphia.: u Blood has been
found on the pavement, audi traced from a
house in V nton-atr, through Lombard and
rerry. ana lntarmetreet, to ths door or an
Ex-Alderman. Whereupon there ha been
excitement and whispertsg, and much laving
together1 ofpolicemen'abwds, '' "'
( ,111 . ii l i- i - - i aaji j i n '""' M'.l
PAiNrrrti DiATBiAi-A' bor. Timothy Brui-
aon, was killed bpoa the draw of the bridge
iroy, n. i, mo oilier cay, wane riding
upon it' His leg earn in contact with the
track, crushing it to atoms, and he died soon
i. ii n a fl mil l l
FATaM.ArrLtY ' At a OaBb Tint At
Uomestead, Iewa, two' men' named 'Huston
and Scott, recently; got'lnto k enarral over a
game of pokwr, which ended in Scott stabbing
Hnonnvtlin withapocket-knite. tHoty.
ton's wounds are mortal. Scott has flbd.'" '
A Watch StoliV'by' a.'Ha'. Sem six
months since, Iaonard Edwards, of Troy. N.
Y, lost a valiutbl gold watch, which he tad
laid upon h stand on 'rath-lurr. A few dava
W ;fofmf ft fnugly .towed awy lu ratr ,
. '. I") "' ' H'W V'l.l
A Man Drownbd pbom Fsar A MUMon 1
Occurred between the sUam tug Hector and
the steamer Qeo.: Peabixhi, In the Basin, ai
Baltimore, Md., wheu rninfl CrmolyLrigt
iwwr or tuv Az.civr, nnricg ins ooiier WOuiQ
ittrtt, Jitaapad vfbai aal was 4iwwlit4. " '
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
tTASBiNOToN, May 31. Pending tbe ques
tion to reconsider ths rota by which ths
u . i af .,M.it
have an opportunity to consider the: effect of
tpeir action to-oay. , it is supposed tna re
jection of the Nicaragua treaty by the rote
ot nearly an tna Hepaoncan renttort, naq
not a little influence on tba rejection of th
Mexican, treaty, . An tnenactuai enort wt
made to remove tbe injunction of sacrasyt
and hence the exact state of the question can
aot be particularly stated. " i '" - ' i
' The Was Department, to-day, telegraphed
to the commander at Camp Floyd, directing
adequate protection from Salt Lake to Car
ton Valley, which will effectually cuard eruU
grants and tha mails, and secure the safety of
ine rony tvxprsss in tuturs. ' m :i
As it is proposed that the bill, which passed
the House to-day, providing for tbe estab
lishment of a Government printine office.
shall go into effect on the 4th of Maroh, 18(11;
ine resolution reducing the rata under tne
present system will again be introduced.
The contested Missouri election case Of
Blair against Barret Will be called Bp in the
House Tuesday next' D. T. J enks, the signer
of the land warrants, is critically ill.
On receivingthe news of an attack by In
dians on the Pony Express, a large number
of Senator and Representative addressed a
note to tha Secretary of War, asking the in
tervention of tho army, , Mr. Floyd imme
diately dispatched by telegraph to Col. Smith,
commanding Camp' Floyd, to Rend imme
diately a Boiticient force to protect and keep
open the route for moil and emigrants be
tween Camp Floyd and Carson Valley. This
dispatch will leave St. Joseph on Saturday
evening, and in eight days tbe troops will be
on their rout. Mr. Russell, President of the
Express Company, has no fear that the ex
press mail is lost. Two trips ago a rider was
Kinen, ana yet tne mail was saved.
. The Japanese Ministers to-day declared
their purpose not to leave this city until they
started for home. The fact of their accept
ance ot invitations was explained to them,
when they replied: that if they went they
desired to stay at the navy-yard, or to go di
rectly on board the Niagara. They havo ev
idently become alarmed and suspicious.
Thet do not believe the story of the accident
to tne Awiara."1 ' '
The Senate has confirmed tbe nomination
of Mr. Bebee as Secretary of Kansas, , Mr. B.
Is a Northern man, appointed on the recom
mendation of Senator Green.' ' ' '
By order of the Secretary of War, the Or
dinance Depot at Leavenworth is made an
arsenal, and will hereafter be known and
designated as Leavenworth Arsenal, and Mai
Hagner is assigned to the command of the
eame...i t- -, i.-i i !' -i
. Captain Fergus is assigned, to the command
of the Frankfort Arsenal. Military Store
keepers, James R. Hanham and Frank C.
Humphrey are assigned Deputies, the former
at Analachicol Arsenal, and the latter at
unarleston Arsenal. , i .... i .
Tbe President to-day sent to the Senate
the name of William N. Chnrchwell, of Ten
nessee, as Minister to Guatumala and Hon
duras; also, that of Mr, Trasvott, as Assist
ant Secretary of State., i .., ,,..!. ... .... .
Naw York, June 1. The Herald has spe
cial . later advices from Italy Palermo, May
16; Rome,. May 18. The Palermo dispatch
reports an aniraeement near, that city be
tween Garibaldi and the Rovalieta: the latter
were repulsed. Tha Other dispatch say that
uanoaiui was completely neaten, naving a
lam number killed and wounded.; ,ui.. ot
WAaajtNotoM, June L Th programme of
ine Japanese movements is as louows: . .
Thev leave Washinoion for Baltlmorri nn
the 6th of June, and the latter city on the
etn, arriving at fuuadeipnui on tne 7tn;
'leaving Philadelphia on the 11th, arrive at
Niagara on tbe 12th, and at Albany on tbe
lttn. - i ney wiu amve at Boston on tne lsta.
and leave the 19th. They will remain in
.New Ynrk from , tbe 20th to the aotb. At
Buffalo they will make a trip on Lake Erie.
As there is no probability that the steamship
nxagara will oe reaay Detore ms (in or J uiy,
they will arrive at New York with time to
spare, snould there be a change la the above
firogramme.. Some of tbe Japanese are leani
ng the Daguerreotype business at Brady's
Gallery and are apt scholars. "
;;.i,.i.t .' i in t-f li.-. I:-'
St. Louis, June 1. A special dispatch to
tne- Republican says that the Constitutional
Union Convention at Jefferson Citr. restera
day,, was a failure only about dozen being
in attendance. ,.,.,! :t i,,,,,.,., . i
The Executive Committee, appointad last
apnag, mn in a pursue room anu nominaiea
Robert Wilson for Governor, Robert Holme
for; Lieutenant; Governoi, and a full Stat
W, -r ' .";..,:, i.i,
Tea in New York.
York, June 1. The public offering,
this mornins-, comprised, only X777U chests
greens and 6I6do blcka.f Theji wars nearly
all sold at an advance ot- l2o,per pound all
arounu. . tne niautng waa, vary spirited.
Hyson brought 3Xl3)ic.; Young Hyson
3161c; Gunpowder 38,o7Vc.; Imperial
33&42He.: Hyson Twankay 3152JC4 Oo
long 3aHt.),w-all on tha usual terms.
PtrrsauBO, June 1 M. River'' seven feet
by, tha pier-mark, and rising' slowly. "The
weather cloudy and ohiUy,,i I nn ,,
'' '' " "" ' 1 " 1 """.'in -'il '"
Heavy Failure in Virginia.
NoarOLX, June 1. S. Cherry ft Co.
for $100,000 tO-dayV) - ''
Tbi LoP9 Tmas.os UAJuaaini's Exrapi-
TiONha fcondpa Time of , the 18th aays: I
' A man like Garibaldi ia sura to. do . anma.
thmg worthy of note; if not successful, he
wiu at least be heroic; if be doe not subvert,
he will ahak m throne-- if the Sicilians do not
remember bias as) a de u vaser, they will chstv
ish bis memory at a martyr, Ha will naitbnr
sneak out of his enterprise, like a Spanish
Bourbon, nor, will lie carry it on in a manner
to insure the destruction of himself and his
followers, like Jphn Brown.,,. Ha, mav fail,
but he will have carried terror to the neart
pf the worst government in Europe; lie will
have lighted a candle, in, th South 'or Italy
uu,u, wiu n.T.r, ,m iiAi. out. ana,' inougexnn
may never live to see th day, vet the Uoera
tioB Of th' whdla Peninsula ftom the IrirAl.
dots which tha North has already thrown off
jw.m oa. pniKijmtiy .ua worsjuil oiu-jwiq in st
L," 1 1 ) i .'-.i- """ ir-T-f.o .mini !.'
Odd Sow in Franc. At Bordeaux, re.
ntly.ajuartmettheclerk of his court at the
tax gatharor'a The clerk did not or would
Bot taka ff his bat to the jajdgvwfasreapon
the judga. saUL . J'yoa, raacaj l saiutA) yam
Superior 1" The clerk laid an "information"
against the judge, and his honor was fined
five franc aud costs; his honor appealed: the
decision was confirmed and the appellant
condemned to pay beweosts. ' "
. . .,!,... r . I .p.wi i ';'i' i "i mi i -.ill ui t.i,
Paizi Fiort Bctwxkn ., a Jiaauo, ano.a
Wbiti Man. A daikey and a white man at
i ........ i.. . r.i. a. it.
tuoiiuni, vuuu,,--ran WTCI. IUIIU WCU ma CA-
smpl set in the. snorai olaaeii). .piesoineta of
r.ew xiaven, aaojinaaia, regular, ngntuWith
all the attendant clrcunmtautes of th P. R,
Th' da rkey knocked th White Mow down
very time, and eamo off the field tha Hevnan
t,Mrio;e,s.,l , .,iir i iKiniiufjao J f
Master ' ihT tt.tA n V ., tfoVi, l? ' TT.i'o9 V
Ctf,o.Tkn Prsaviga ofntKltary hoitor xer
aise it away ei,ovAj,iWhiWaj. II: is
jatd that th Bttla, Prjnca Tvfrial ofraaea
ksvinir fallen dOWn VWls ulttVinor (n tha
garden, beiren to crvrTiat kitragTusni.
art vou' trying Wit. Il tutor,;r,"YU.' re!
lUM 'in- eai-jr omcal, "ns
Advettlaasaantt aot axoatdln Ive Unas (arli
larger arTartteatnlite tlaailt al the foUowlng raa.
'! ' i . Aw etaue of twa llaae er toewi- Hi
' JOB PKINTINO
ta all Its bnaeaet none with neataew and diAtek.
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Rod, lo -prVfexl rauiftT Wicriln, hvt
tiW 8Tl(IiE, working ujpott Ihaaaina triooipU,aad
maklDtf thn (tara ntltrh, though not to hiiiuly S-
Thf eluffunc. ipoftd. uoiMleMnfMR and tinp1kitTof
ha Machine, tba Ivaautr at. atranatii of tltlir ta
lug alikk on nor UDm, iTOKiUb.a to rtw-A, aol
Uatvlnf a main or tidffa ivn th undar ttda, thm
acouomr of thread aad atlaptabllltr to tha thlaka
tlilnnttwt ntbrlnt, ha: riirjkrM thla ttia mott iao
oiMtul.aad aopular A'aiutly yttowljig MacUiM -
At -aTTaxirma offioaa arH at Naw Tm-fc a rlt,
and nlva lustructionn, frra of cbarats to apabla Mt
ta-wra to wmm orinarr aeatna, ttm, tVll. tjuiTi,
father, bind and, tucK. all oa tha aaiaa mahina. tarn
varraat It for tbraa Tmii.
bend or call for a ciroular ooUlialiif full paarA
lara. trricaa. ttAiaonlala, etc
jal7-aj - , , ,, . . i VAI fiCltriyXIL Sc COb
Na. 9 8BWTNG mCmTE,.J..ln0
N,J..!1 , no. ...I mj aj
chlnee, that they will do
GREATER VARIETY OF 'WORK, ' v'" J "; ' ' "
'; " ' " win do more woRk, ind ' '
'":',Wi M t.m BETTER ITTL
Than can be done on any other Maohts.. 415.
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. asT-CtacttnaU Offlea, No. tj Xaet PoWTthtreaV i
alO-nr , i . JA8. BKARDON, Aasat. :
'" 1 ' Improve. Doubie-threaied '
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES j
IX WANT OPA GOOD BW.
ar. tmitaa to axamlae otua
before snrchaalng .lnwhera.
.YrTl v i;ii ' av ia-v: ' a
inya-em-'' ' "" KkVaWeet Tonrth.'na trKlr..'"
$30.;" - 80.;v' $fe0.t'"i$30t f CO,
'" ' Thtrty-IrouarlnbU ttMb' ' 'U'1
B1CUB1D BT 'aiCIKT .TTIna PATIiTt..,
.11 competenjngee, wlTa.e
eeen it, to be the beet and moat deeirahle raaUlf
Sewing Machine e7.r Introduced, sBOAaBi.ee. oty
raim. will eew all kind, of ftunilr goodi, ftDen
tba T.ry thickest to the very Aneet fabric, jaede, aud
tue. all klnd.of thread from So, 8 to Sua.
Jlo Oti it wet 9n lap aAe lUeUm. I ; '-'.,
Bend for a circular, or call and see it tn operation,
u'weurei' asalloaAlen, State aad Oottntr Hfct. mar
A a .uerg.Ho nerwm cab make a arrtnn la s abort
Uiuu. Agin, wanted is ajj "lW.TrH tT, a , ,
, sola and aaclriilr. agent tor tba L otted ktatea, t
acpit'ii w w eel a ourtn-treet. Ulnclnaat
waura aeiUocat Urwar yrtoaa. thaa aar fllWr4 ua
this markaxt Ivutoir.
Ordara for -Oadar Foerta, IkMrda, Flaak, taatUlif
JoiiU.riooriu.c., filled at ibort DtHlott. . r"
.UU llMLMir lenre lVaitAi -
I LcflaUt VeUMaa 1
I Fact Fencing
unaMdamAiaaaje sr wl .'..i-iruir. .1
. iTIao. W. Fanin tc Cto.,
l ! WaoleaaJe And Retail Dealer. In all ktadl of ' '
,. j ,., aUIliDINtt MATBBIAIi. "' 'ill H I
, ., , , OPPOSITE 00B0MTBBT,
' "And next to Oln., Hun. and Dayton &! 1 '- '"'
f,u i.i 1 ' mi .friemt' ' i "
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fel I. 1 li: 4 lift . 1 i I Ji(l 'J V l( ll Alii 1 1 ( . a - 1 1! rit i
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COAL COOKffiG STOVE1
P" '"J.ri '"'''"-I ''H ) -111' ' J il I '!'
lir'VTW'AflB.'IPfl $AM .it ....,
CAMPBELL, ELLISOIf 4 CO
No. i9 4'2rit:Bstioond.s,L.'
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t t , " .Jfi" ai'-lT'. UAL TIN, formerly
mtntliearS'practlca. Tu (he trealnient of e.
uck.dlaaes ajre ta be
oring Ml praotlce tl
oreai aiaeaatu, nut more rerentir of Mailoo. V
teuaa ua their rkakeat ttm.
bare. In ci,Ai,Miinn i
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toioetemineut ptiy.lciane iu
ai.-r;r.Ti vr. ".i?
dtecoyered a naiedy In one of the kulCI
hV magic, all the T.n7r.uTui,iT i&TZXZ '
nd fouud Onlv In Hiinf fiAAws. U-w i.. .1..,
ronrt atagft, tMrixiaui
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ii tJiiawy or srmrr form, etrtrmhtit. . vKa.
na priaiAjry or aesetntlAvr tWrtm
onrtatagft, psnmauvntlv oui-wllu i
Jd iwra. aT"
k(u reuoved aerraan.ntly and oiiic1t bribU tow.'"'
Ind, uf rorrunil,., nf Ik. ,.i i i j.. .1
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inn mni ue reuuceo 10 t K I .
r.uraa .u . immmii. u. n,
ll.r, auk .till nut curetl. Dr. Cel'iaelao ba.llIT
lueaof alinilile dteeaMi with great euccete. l.,t
1 :.. only to pay for, aa All dlKaaial era Heated Ire j
w.iw,amji. ut"pi. wu- rwoi. roratm. AI a
la llie-elreet, between riftli end Sltt
uaiuii.aaa.) naw la tne Uate lo-momiw ataf""
Tke- HiMtak heV 'lorVtec 'permaoenlly l 'the'
ind una at all Untee be arnnd at bu oiBoa, n b
itxi a LANE' A'BODLE Y.'u" "
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