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WNCITATI JA JLY, PRESS
PWlela4 sally (m4an an. nM) by
IjaiNftV HHilOD CQ.,
RiKTqEt.
SSPJ. OWfflJ'BMj ' f
TBB0motin4n i)AIL P1IVM III dallwvd to
lxt1"." tn OilWIlHetl, OVrtnstPt (nl Q
' urnmndlng el lie ud town, at
v $ h ,rrr7 '
.tlim'fKMJM'WB!,
hiiui ncuuia. " -'
.j yfN.-g ln) eaeple, (I cents. I ymh
oSnt month. ; year, 61 . 1 .
AMUSEMENTS.
pike's operFhouseT1
.... sMlc are roaptiully iol.
inlormud
;MISSADM
trim Joel f,l,.m ""'' oaeretlj
expiring at tli Academy of NwC, Nw Turk.
TBoitoo end Philadelphia, llf (Ire her
, , Only Two Grand Concert- "
i'W TTJISHDAP AlVB WBlmBHDAY, l S-and .
10 tnlin of h early depart,- lor Loadon
a A" P."?! )" ''' h" if" enjMted (or
r.nl Pni ah Miae l'.ttl bee bf
lie Orand Italian rnr,r..l......... 1.
ber uab ummiia In ebl'n.lt. . . j
In wllf be pus
.,"" I""'" l tl"-, her ONLY t'OCrRTtl.W'lll
wing the eases piece aha. Nniit her Urmnri Ooaoert
fllvnn In TYaehlngton
eenineton city, March 31, at the special
'4lf th. Vlra.PM.II.n kt . K 1 t.UI
ilirtfettoi
hlati the Honorable Speaker of th House of
Ueprejentetlree; tli mem ber of the Cabinet j their
excellencies. Ilia Kmbaseadora of fcimUnd, Prance,
. Bwsla, Aualria, Spain, Hnllnia. Naples, ths Bra
"J1"! r ! the members of th Senate : tha members
f the Hotu or KeprcnentatlTea, and many of the
moat dkattasnleked. cltuwns of Washington. ,
.tiss Adclina Fatti'
".' WILL BK AjBUISTKli Br ' ' "-''
av w . Tlia eminent iralir.r-' - 3 '
4 T rl VI1T2.U11 v l vtr.t !
T . u If j
"Th frcalMt Tanor la America ;
Tb mnat fernowl Barltoa In AaMrk-a; i
Tha DDMt BaaM In Amarlca.
Th Concart will (w iradar tha tSaraoa'al direction of
.1 r.lMJUKlpK flTJatAKOrtOU,,-. il
Tha dtraclor and managor of tha lullan Opera of
th. IpuUm. af I. U. V. .L.
. frnire will be an RKT1BK CHANGS OF PB0
RAWli BACH ()UXk, , I
Prrm Circle, Paruoette end (rat Tler........l ori
rala for bitli ot- either of the twrf Orena Con
crtan ki eecared vltkoul extra charge, com!
inenclug . I hie inornin at A. at., tlie Bo
. ilffloe. and III the evenlna at the door. Orders from
the country for eecured aeate iU recelre prompt atj
lontion. hv aliilreaain X. V. H KltKKRT. Tr...nl
. Plke'a Opera-hoiuw, Inclcaina the price oftlcketa.
, er-Muw 1'atti Unvod Omcert Book ajid . J'hoo
. n alia
a '"P" auoaaia mi rwmnm ooa e avK aaure wr
'mere Boa uamo ofcufe f rlo
at ?? o'clock; Concert to com
i. ' " y '.il I " '.nryju
' 1 II x " i 'I
ay Doom onan
tiwao1 kt o'clock.
VlflR'H..THPATFR -CORNER srXTH
)V.. eola Manairer end Leei.ee.
Jf ticas of Aoaieema. IrM Circle and Parqoattei
i "hahoi or Tiaa-ieora epos at 7 o'clock J carta! -j
, iBMeriT or jiu. j. r. hall.
. 'MODAT ttRKlITO. June a, win be presontei
i up gi iuti iwhih yi 1 i i,
' MM HIOHTIT 1ST X BAB-BOOM.'
. Joe Morn, Mr. Hall; Rample Twlchell, Mr. Adamr,
e-Slraoa alade, Mr. Hana; Mm. Moman, Mre. Cluu
' . HnwHn varvvninii, joiae Aaaie TvaitO.
To eanoiode krlth CMIi-H III!
.1 B. B. OB, THKBKNIOI A BOT'8 ARRIVAL,
Benjamin Bobbin, Mp. Klhler; Bob Battles,' Hi
Taeedar eveaini, Beaerlt of Kr. ABL't, Property
Man.
- f .7.1
l f fi bob pal mak fm,ri t '",
Comrjienoing MondiY. Juno 4,
. Sanford and U 6pera' Troupe
'tfaPSdiiHui
I. 1)IXKV. .. L. CAUNB088. 1 t 1
JAKl'AkliLN.VUtr JJUKUOKMT,
kj-'AMrAfcLt. VOJf BuKllOlUST, . J
imT.7, "...WNCOltK, nd 8, ?, BANrOBri,
l I
MifaBrri.r apfmji
a week, in tbeir , . , ..
"JlflodlOMnSong?, Danoet)
x lmy3l.7l
i ind nerrain.
1 . .5 1
alt&a
inala
Teff3TCHi-rTHM HATIOWAB. THBATKR
la n)a for rent fur the Hummer eeaa.n.rur liue
atrlcal Perforniancee, Italian, German of Burleeque
""" A, Au.rB mm tie lM4oa-eeaiieueble teraia,
vr mi miui ui iiwh. m or pariicuiara, apply IV
JOHN BATES.
.1,1 VI ? 1 V. H 3fttletfa1 tha4 BalMlan, a
i ayJO-4f i
: i i'i .i i ' .' . . bycamore-etxeet.
TMLiCB OARDBN.-TtTM TIE ATI1
MT tCL PLACK Of oUMIsJatt j BKSOUT ill
euortiy be opened lor the anuiuemenrand enjoyment
VI ine allelic,
Box 1,'37B, Paewnlca. I
VI ine poeiicr . f nj. T . . p'f i
Ladiea and irmitHmerif'ewrh aa Dancera, Comle
fllnaMifr Vu'ciaaia, Ne(ro Mluatrela, Rope and
t'lVlreIrforaieet. JnifKlere, Ao.. wie-hlro" enaaga
. inente, or bavju aqttraotlon to oflar, will pleaaa
iKED: CEDAR
. I'J'tT WROBiv B D PIK HTRAnrRR
i' Wenun.." 5,r feet Oedar Timber, which
-, Orcjv'i In XeUar Poets, Boards, Plank, Scantllruf ,
JoUtVlrIng74c..-flllel at shmt notice, lu
e.QOO Bed dar Fence Poet - . , I
. !S,ui) iHwnat sence roaie: "mi'..j
' 400,001) 't Penciii; Boards r ' 1
Ouhand andforaeie by ' '
ThoB.- WJ,rlj-i, & Co.,
WholeealeVh'a1 Sola'll Dealer. In all kind of
BCUDINO MATKRIAfc-. t - w
Yj.jur on fkkkman-nt,
OPPOoITK 0K0KGK-8TBBKT, , . t
... I. , Ana to VIb X H. nd Dayton B B.
'"''iiyai '
m.tOvf I NU U ortered to the public an the beat and
cmi-Rpi'at Hetal Hour now used, Ira merits haTlnxbeea
teetd by an experieace of years tn this city and
. elaiLf. AppUed to flat or steep, old or new beltd
iiuia. . No eoUlor used-raatebed eernrely without V
0.lVjrure to the-aotloii of the elementat j
Prepared sheete, boxed fr ahiimient to any part of
th United Stale. t K applivd by any on
dluaiT aiechkaical skill. Oiler k.-i.nipthr
roe uuitoa aeniaa naapptiva oyanyoaetwiutor-
' niled.
in, m . w . ,
Heoond-atraat.
TIrKJTWAR, HO !-lKAVBN WORTH
CIXT, lev IT, IWKl.-Mr. J. J, BUTLKB.
Afent. Cruclnuatl Dea; Mir: Please send as first
' ''"".iTonra'tsulrw'' TH0B. OABNKT A CO.
ar itw i -.ui ii- i tmyao-aw ,L
TP ART? BRHHIP NOTI0B--ON THE 1H
a. Ol St fty MWI,1W"', I an m i niaucinni,
uxetlrad from the firm of Nixon A Cbatneld, whoeo '
."fiitreet wita'ptkrchaawl- ay the roruaiuioa: partners,-
muai r.tle of tlrin
nomas nixoa ana was. i. vumiawiu, uuaiev- o
NIXON A CHATPIGLD.
i waa uTdoliiK.aa aeroToiure, a meauie'ann
and s'liiural pepar bualncbe, ouder tnesrnivi nnui
"ol.lMO-bw " '
NIXON A CHATFIELD
jO Os?Ti?or Ae ?rue theory orBeproJfw.
1i af Pleasure, o I'Mreutlea It, ejwordlnf to the
Katabllshed Lawe ol MaCu e.'' Ihoee wanUna jahlU
din, aud those not wUhiuc thm, will And thla book
t meet their wUliee exactly. No medicine to aee.
" PerlVtlT heulthy in all mipeets. bent to any part
Vf Ut Blilted Ntat uuracoiiiHf l. , .j.r , !,
Dr. fAl.VlN la also Ag..ot f..r Ma.fa.re te Orola's
jr,iale Monthly l''Uv Theee Pilla are invaluable In
olfi-avd d ' hi"liJS. f'oiee smoiM at turn them
' durlus pregnancy, a they 1ll cause lntecarrlas.es.
tiperboa, ui4uy partol theivunlry, by snail,
.SurVlil.tof .'.' Address 1. CALVIM, Box Ilf,
. tJiuclouail, ifhfo, or call at olllo ho. i0.l Vfuj,.
ttreet, bataeen rlftli Sixth. mylT-tf f.
A rJTVpI OyXl-MAbAiWeT?' BHLIj h b
J Bl'tt'Tl'CLLr aBuurea that aha oommenoee
buelueaV aaalOi "! fowi at br s"4.U,oe,
tTaTo? the weat aide of Jim street, ltween
tlou aVd thittesand tilierty end Wde, where she
..l-.cJ.a twat, prl)tiiil future events ly plannta,
iLlu.lalryTor'tiy cejd." To all those who may wish
IT ......... I. I. ti.a ImpI ..r l.ualneaa. or anv aader
tiding. J"iiwya, Uwaulti, loe, aiatrUuony, lo-
fairy ilMt--,. jefota ASAb.fa.JIOB) Ml l. be gten.
Bu'ira fi.im AVM. I..ST. M. Prlcee low. fTfteen
1 avals pw roan(iu) tha tsi the tamep r"1
""BP
ikS aaViSLOCK PAPBR. reasMI
aeTttValaat-atteetj
.
Tbililtio. 100.
CINCINNATI.' MONDAY MORNING,
i yVy 9 ASA Mil El J wr
: fl-H' a 1 y IS! .V. . '.n I . I IB ' ll il x- S w
JUNE 4, 18G0. ;:
rillCE ONU CENT.,
RAILWAY MATTERS.
TRAINS DEPART.
e I.AnaHfawP-iralaAtw faster tkaa City wnri,
6 A. M. and 1 1 P. M. Oolnmboj Accommodation,
4 P.M. Xenla AoroexasodatloB, P. M.
CiNcimsTn Baavrrn An ito(i-7 mlnntee
hater than Crtr time,) 0 A. H., lthli) A. M., !li3
P. M.aas P. M. BamJltoa AeootanodatwB, 8 A
U. and SiS P. M- , . , ,
On io an Miaaiasim U minutes slower than
City tlmej Mi B. and fliSJ P, It. , Loohrtllrs
Acoomaodation, i P. M. ' '
Iwduxapolis ajrs CiacuiuTI ' Boi-ti (1J
mlhntes slower than City time, 9i4 A. M., lliOw
A. M. and P. M. 1
Maautta inn CiKclMKiTi-n minutes outer than
XHty time, 49 k. M. knej 3i3 P..B. , ( i
CoTlee-wa an iuuairron-lCltj time, vi48 A.
U. and UrtS P. M.
rOiKn?aav Bu.nnoKB.AKia IaniAKA-ousB A.
t, Bi3 P. P. M. . J X
TRAINS ARRIVE.
. Uttm Minu-3.50 A. K 8 A, M , llr4 A. at.
nd4i4 P. M.' siljL..A Jit.ii.k-lui;;
OmoAMD BiMiaaiewrHHM Af 1'itHS P. M.
ndthSOP. M. . i
. CiMciH-flTl, HAantToa ak Battow Ti45 A. It.,
10.40 A. M I P. !,. tiaa P. M.a Ti39 P. At. and
9il5 P. M. J.- .-.a.
Indianapolis amp t Orcmnri-lilI A. M.,
4 P. B. and lli4S P. B. .
Mabiitta Ann Ciacimun UiH A, M. and
US ?. ItV f I ' I .'!' I
CoTiwonm Alio tsiiaatoa 1Bi88 A. B. aad
4lftSP. M.., , .(ir, t f.(,r
ClMCIKKATI, BlCMMOKD AJIO iNDIAaAPOLDl Tl4S
A.B..IP. M., tti.f P.M.
VARIETIES.
Scarlet fever "till prevAiU V considerable
extent iir New Albawy. a k i
' An Amerlcn yle'w of A proverb Rever-
ence your auperior. Yen but who it he? I
The chemist must be a very clever man; he
hai A retort for everything. , ... , , , , ;
8elC"pct iii the nobleet garment we can
clothe ourselves in. ,
The number of Arrests in St. Iouis last
i
looiiio, arnra) iaovf p
The total nnmber of arrests'
its in 1
PhiladerphiJ
last month was 1,594.0 n t j - n
The violent poison of the rattlesnake, oi
mora tft captllpf when ubjectao) to ehemioal
analysis, yields nothlilg but gum and water. I
, John L. Rapp, an old pauper, hung himself
in ine riitsDure poor-nous, on ,'ionreaa
night. L ' ' - u.hTi, i ,.l
It is announced that the Princess Clotildi
Is CTWcintc. .. We, know of no woman who hni
more teaso.it to be. ' , p
' Tht NoV&lB (Ta.) Dot) Boh say that tlx
hail storm on Sunday destroyed fully $10,001
wpthpf ramatoes, : , .-, ,x. ,
C. L. Roberta, was killed at Mobile, Ala
bama, last week, byaccidently falling fron
a windawC -J u A jxjHj j , ( In
A skeleton of a child, apparently five or sii
years old, was discovered the other day in ai
unoccupied house tn Baltimore. '1 j.i I
i The last tIegiph pole op. the StaLoui
(MissotariHnil: Fort SraitH Arkana)line
I tiOuia Nnpoleeu has jst ' procured 25,001 1
live quails from Genoa, for the Imperia
patfcr..Tj;.0,TMA TrTUfMS 'to
' The Chatholics of Johnstown,' Penn., an
about to erect a new church, At a cost of abou .
flaVtntv'wai tit ! :rni t!?M yrri ..:), f
Prince Napoleon is expected to sail forth
with In the Frtrneh.vawl. iCVMJoTd,, for Can
ada and New .York.,.., , lin .
. No .lam than five different publishin)
booses in New York- announce forthcoininj
biographies of Abraham Lincoln.
,TheLftsic. house of Taachnitiy has jus;
added to its list of British classics, the nev
novel of Tab- Mill oh the Flou.
Tnt'Vifcof a" wealthy' farmer In taki
County, in this State, recently eloped with i ,
necro,, deserting her husband and child,
1 A new translation of iba Bible Into th.
vernacular Russian has just appeared at bt.
Petersburg.) .jiiai'J thnq,i': j
A pro-slavery paper in Tsnnessee declares
most positively that Hannibal Hamlin Js a
negro1. iThat is the drollest hit yeC- 3 j
Two negro convicts, bired to a contractol
1 ": . Jk 1 1. ' r. ' l l
uu LUDIiUllU;wu auu uuivi xaeuiruau, wits
one of his own flaves, ran away a day or twi
since.
The' women must hint men' aregrealrol
bera; thev are all the while aroins: about rot
bine them of theis very names. This is true
uoin ill a monu auu mp.t.nuioniiu bbubo.
... WhaLa world of eossId would be oreven
If it was only rtmembered that a pergoa wh
tells rou or tne lauits oi otners, intenas
ItfJJ pUierrtof Jour.fAult. n .r i:,
A Conductor of one of the Philadelphii
passenger railway cars was avtaciea oy iw
unknown men ine otner nigab araggva ire
his car, asa robDea 01, ni wavco, ana cnain,
AXtntuckt ditbr'savs that In th whBll
court of bis political ;Wu, "his mouth neve
uttereat tie., inegenueman prooaDi
speatis rogn nit rioaw. AjuuA'i. i.w
1 ab atouwow An a new iuruai( prmtw ia
French, Russian and Arutouiau, In parallel
cottunn trhictt hM :adii.ik?jratiauce at
mn .'. . t - I . , .. . J i.
AnsoatMia, in iuo unuusa.
l.w kT.t.X .lir. 1.IJL1A -...t. A..S
- Ok, auiicaa Aejaaiaj, aa.yaix reyaier puu
elegant composer of piano-forte music, has
peoenuy baeoma manager or. a rreurn ineai
neat tmorprue (a A4ouotu ( j y j i j
J,Re. t'hArlu tutsraiar Has oeen appom'
to fill the chair of Modern History at Ua
bridge. Kneland. rendered vacant by th
aeatnotBir James atepnsn. .
Robert Skids, havine seen his intendej
ilaaoc. wltti another1 man, became sojeslout
that be blew out bis brains lately, near MOB-
riStOWMO.j. fxjyyr,.
' 1 There t il very fair- ohanca fr a dul be
tween the editor of the Charleston- Ckurity
and Edmund Rhett, y,-oae-of. tas editors df
faW
""Jenny Lind uolusmiui and has bujbaud
will leave London for Sweden in the early
part of June,t They will make a visit to the
ortbof three or tbuf monUis tn length., i I
' Tha Madrid journals' state that the Queen
had ordered 0,000 oljjara to be distributed
among ,tbe troops on their trrivtd ia the cap
ital ' ' '.'.,,;, i., r. " .r, 1
", Subscrlotioiis have been opened In various
arta oi luuj iu aaw w uw.avww -
dition. 'At Milan' it alfeady amounU to
40,ooof,. i. jii ,j. t ' ;; :). i'-;
' Anlhunr Trollouo. the author 6f 'Doctor
Thorny moket more money than any other
Knglish ' novelist,' excepting Dickens and
TUack.srny.i l t-''M. I ,:( f I.l'j
A ladv .askiuB '"it (rentleuian how It was
uoat tue.llooi ,inen iTreseed iu .black, he re
plied, "ine meaning is very oovioub, as
they ire1 chiefly ocoupisd to' preparing $Titw
subjecls.1 ' i .it .a ''' ' ,, ,i j
" The son of Baron B ruck Is attached to this
Austrian Lsgation ai Hi. ?terstMrgi ho vas
about to be married to Mademoiselle Faleisen
when tb a i newt caf hi father's death
reached him, ,..-,i a n - I
' Tt tUe stale' ball, "given by the Quten-on
tha eveninir taf the. iiith ulU 1.811 neraons
west invited, Tlie Puurt Juurna! unneoesat.'
MIT SAW. -rsUulf 01 UlOtO UWlwei V1U lit'
Uift-U(.tt
A Fair Smuggler Arrested—A Paris Tobacco
Manufactory Exposed.
- A young alt was recently arrested in Paris
for selling what was supposed to be smuggled
tobacco, out she positively refused to say
where she lived, and It was suspected that
she was connected with a regular gang-, car
rying on their frndulent practices on a large
scale. It having been afterward discovered
that the parents of the girl resided at Bclville,
a Commissary of the Police went to the spot
indicated, which be found to be an isolated
house, communicating with a garden, aud
well calculated for any illicit operations.
Having knocked and rung several times
without having been able to obtain admission,
the Comminsary, in a loud voice, ordered the
dnor to b forced. This order produced the
desired effect, for the door was opened by a
man. 1 1 On entering the place, a strong smell
of tobacco was perceived, and lying about
were a quantity of wrappers with labels of
different kinds, suoh as Maryland, Levant,
Virginia, ftc 7 -
' In an adjoining room was a woman lying
In bed. apparently very ill, and the Commis
sary did not disturb her, but proceeded with
his search through the other parts of the
premises, where alt kinds of Apparatus for
themanuTatiure of spurious cigars, aud also
a quantity of powdered wood, shippings of
burnt leather, and other substances, intended
to be used in making a composition sold as
snuff, were found. On again entering the
room where the woman lay, the Commissary,
who had begun to entertain SnHpfcions that
her illness wat feigned, and that she had
thrown herself on the bed to conceal something
under her, ordered her to get up. ' This she at
last did, and beneath the mattress he discov
ered a sack filled with the ends of partly
burnt cigars, probably picked up in the streets
or cafes, aad which were to be used lu the
msnufaatare of new ones. The man and his
wife were arrested,
' i ',1 ." iibii . .. '
Terrible Tornado in Pennsylvania—An Entire
Village Blown Away—Many Lives
Village Blown Away—Many Lives Lost.
A fearfully destructive tornado, sayl Sat
urday's Pittsburg fbft visited a little town
called Maysville, in Clarion Connty, Wed
nesday last, about noon. The little village,
which was composed, of a grist-mill, saw
mill, store, tavern, and some six or eight
houses, stables, AC, situated on Redbauk
Creek, was entirely blown away; the tim
bers of the buildings, household furniture,
beds, bedding, tools, Ac, being scattered in
every direction, amid the wildest confusion,
consternation and lamentation of the terri
fied and suffering inhabitants. . For a dis
tance of ten miles along the bank of tha
creek the scene is described by eye-wltuesscs
as terrible to look on. Large forest trees;
wese torn from theirroots and hurled through
the air like straws. We have not been able
to learn the full particulars, or the hames of
tne killed ana injured, but. nave been told
met buuib ovtcu ur cigui persons nave al
ready been found dead, while a great many
are missing, and others, including many
women and children, . had their arms aud
legs broken, and' were otherwise seriously
injured. , . ,
Photbctiok opth Pohy Exprkss Rodth!
A dispacth from' St. Joseph, Mo.; says: At
hut accounts the hostile Indians were all to
the north of the Pony Express and Salt Laks
mail and emigrant route, and the troops will
bo so posted as to keep that toute open. The)
Indians on the eastern side of the mountains,
extending north into Oregon, and westward
into the interior of Utah, number probably
2,000. and from their continuity with Mor.
mom, and other unavoidable causes, sire sll
liable to become hostile to Americans, unless
permanent means are taken by ' the Oovernt
ment to restrain them. - . ,, , r
Boot at. Lira in ths Sooth Staiiimo Kb-
Csiatiom. Dr. I. N. Sesler, a resident of
Warren ton. Miss sent word recently to
Dr. 8. G. Beh politely requesting him to disr
continue his visits to his bouse, whereupon
the latter wrote him a very insulting note.
Dr. -8, and his brother-in-htw, William a
Griffin, having met Dr. B, a few evenings
alter, an explanation oi tne note was asked,
when B. drew a dirk and stabbed both so
fatally that one died instantly, and the other
a few hoars after. . . -n r I
Tub Notorious Gavaui in Italy akd
Taocbli. This notorious man, whose visit
to this country Is remembered by all, when it
was settled' that Romagna might annex her
self, as she desired, to the Kingdom of Sardi
nia, hastened to Bologna, his native city. He
met with a poor reception there. First, h
was forbidden to open his mouth there, and
was nbt allowed to address hit fellow-citie
sens, whom he had not seen for tea or twelve
year: -- What was worse, he was forbidden to
stay twenty-four hours in the place!
"'A' latPBRIAL DIPLOMATIST. NADOleon II
Is winning the regards of the foreign Embasv
tadors, whom he wishes to pleasepy making
elegant presents to their wives. He recently
presented to Lady .Cowley an album, ,exe
otttail for Marie AaLoinette. by Veraet,and
other attistio .oelabritiea t that time. Ht
has also presented the same fortunate lad,
witn a magnincent nog ana Bracelet. .
'. r.l!!.-i !i htl! nil 1 1 I'llft
A Complsx Reputation. Kiuirslev ii
srincinallv known here from his works ol
nation? but in i England he enjoys the com
pltx reputation of a novelist, poet, hittoriauj
critic, social reformer, naturalist, sports soan,
parish priest, and the chief leader pf the so.
called "Muscular Christians."
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, ScndaT AnceiattsTs in Nsw Knolaho. 4
A prise fight between two men named Mullit
ran and Murphy, came otf Sunday last, in the
town of Tswkibury, Massachusetts. They
fought thirty rounds in fifty-five minutes,
when Mulligan was declared the winner!
Murphy having fought until he. -was blind
and unable to come up to the scratch when
time was called. A hVge number of apecta.
tors 'were present.' ' - t-ii ' j I
' i 'Tflt doMBTTrrmOM A KuuUHOs.Johrl Rani
dolph once ' said, that the time would soot
come when the Constitution would be coot
sidered a nuisaneeu "That time has. already
come,' ' says the Charleston Mercury'. It has
always been in. the way . of the Democratic
party, and if they can get the Government
another four years, they will succeed lu get
ting it out of the way thereafter aud forever.
. FsAtt 'orCoarnri ix. TaxAA.-i.-The Goliad
Mcmengtr says in a recent issue: Ford's spies
report Cortina's force divided into small pari
ties and scattered over a wide scope of country.
Cortina has evidently received money roin
soma body, proiably from Miramon. The
people do not feel secure from him yet. .
AnotbibTsbbibxi TkAOtDTiN Aakan'sab
A Max aid Woman Shot Dkad. A difli
culty having occurred between two Kansas
emigrants near Madison) Ark.,' a few days
sliit ej one of tltem shot at hi opponent, who
was ui' a Agoo witn sue wtie, ana sjusu ine
woman, whnn thev bereaved huslieuid. lifted
his title and shot the tuaassin dead. " !
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Nsw and Good GioaaiAr Wukat. New
wheat has been taken to Savannah from a
neighboring plantntloa.'-- It if of large- grain,
thoroughly matured, and promises to yield
about twenty bushels (of about aixty poands
each), ft , the acre, 1 It was grown on rice
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Latrlt ABOCtrt pr Hon ot. The. Treasurer
of the Boston and Worcester Railroad an
nounces that all outstanding bonds of the
road will be paid ou presentation,. With In
terest,' These bonds amount to between five
and six hundred thousand dollars. . .,,', ' ,',.". I
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Romantic Nuptials in New York—The
Strength of Free Love.
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i . Some thirty taaraao-n there lived III the
city of London, an opulent Jewish banker of
the name of B. As rich men Usually have,
the subject of the present sketch bad a lovely
daughter rejoicing in the scriptural name of
Sarah. - As Sarah reached the age of woman
hood, her beauty, and coupled with the fath
er's wealth, drew to her feet many suitors:
only one, however, could gaiu the prize, ana
mat one was u., tne son oi a ricn roiisu no
bleman. But when did the "course of true
love run smooth 7" H. and his father became
mixed up in one of the many revolutions that
have occurred iu Poland, their estates were
confiscated, and they were obliged to flee for
their lives. With the flight of H.'s riches, R.
discovered that his intended son-in-law
would not do, and so told the young people.
The lovers separated with vows of eternal
Constancy, H. emigrating to this country,
and Sarah remaining in London. But as the
copy book says, "out of sight out of mind,"
ana so in tins cue. The sea Had rolled be
tween the lovers for about a year, when a
rich suitor paid his addresses to Sarah, who
accepted and married him. H. was almost
distracted when he heard the news, but re
flection come to his aid, he consoled himself
by also marrying.
i ears panned on; the Husband or Sural!
died last year, leaving- her a widow, nennilcss
aud with eleven children.- In the meantime
the wife of H. had died, leaving him eight
children. When H. heard of the abject con-
uiuon oi nis. ursi jove, an nil oia anecuon
returned. He pictured nis Sarah poor, aud
with a large family dependent upon her,
which resulted in his sending for her and her
children. After mutual reiterations of un
changed affection, the marriage day was fixed,
and on Sunday last the parties were married,
by a Jewish minister. They numbered one
hundred and four years between them tho
lady being fifty years of age, with trapes of
her former great beauty still existing, and
the husband being fifty-tour years old. The
newly-married couple have a grown up family
of nineteen .olive 'branches to twine around
their domestic hearthstone. . ,
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Lady Byron's Philanthropy. The late
Lady Byron took such an interest in philan
thropic movements, that besides subscribing
liberally to numerous charities, she gave up
her house and land at Peckleton, in LeicesJ
tershire, to aid the reformatory movement
She also took a lively interest in the philan-i
thropic enterprises of this country. Not lonoj
since, a Now York gentleman performed art
act of charity in educating a poor boy and
finding him a situation, with the understands
ing that the lad was to devote a small pcr-l
centaee of his earnings toward assistins-otheil
poor boys. : Lady Byron happened to hear of
mis, ana was so mucn pleased witn tnis prac4
tical manifestation of charity that she sent
over a request for a Dagurreotype of the
New Yorker, whose benevolence End so ex4
cited her admiration. The large property of
shire, as well, as her Wentworth estate, wil
descend to the Karl of Lovelace, who marriec
Ada Byron. .
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Til MisroRTUNR ot Hatimo a Bad Char
AortBv 4'he importance of preserving i
good reputation for truth and honesty, i
quite strikingly set forth in the following
A mortal fever prevailed on board a ship a
sea, and a negro man was appointed to throv
the bodies of those who died front time t
time, overboard. One day. when the cantaii
was on deck, he saw the negro dragging out
of the forecastle ' a sick man, who was vio.
lentiy Btruggiing to extricate nlmseir tvoiu
the negro's grasp, and remoustratiug veri
bitterly against the cruelty of being buried
alive. " : - .
"What are you going to do with that maul
you black rascal said the captain. .
"Going to throw him overboard, wassta
cause he dead."
"Dead I yoa scoundrel 1" said ths aptainl
"don't you seo he moves and speaks 1" . J
- "Yea, maaaa, I know he says he no dead,
but he always lie so nobody ever jtnov whea
to believe him." . .
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A Supposed Famous Drpaultir Honest
After All. The Washington corresnondent
of the New York Herald says: You will ro
member wuat a noise was made through, tut
whole country twenty years ago, about the
defalcation of Samuel S. S wartzwout. Collec
tor at New York. Few people would be pre
pared to believe that, although he fled ths
country to avoid arrest and prosecution, yet
be turned out ultimately on the final settle
ment of bis accounts, not to be a debtor at all,
but a creditor of the Government. Yet such,
I was informed a few days since by Attorney.
General Block, is the fact. , , .
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A 1 Circassian Girl Advertising tor a
Husband. The Turkish newspaper published
at Constantinople contains the following aoV
vertiaemenu "A young girl, Delisch by name,
of the (Circassian) tribe of Nogais, seventeen
years old, very handsome, of good family, and
having received an excellent education, her
brother bearing tho title of Bey, makes the
oner to marry some young man, provided tie
suuceeoa n pteaaiuK uer, particulars ma
be heard of at Hafix Pacha's, President of th'
oomraiMlon entrusted with the control of th.
emigration from tircaasia. r .-it , i , . ;,i
' Tns Burrisa Government PuROsuaitio a
BAab'a PbopirtY . Ths Oovernment of
Prince Edward's Island have purchased ths
properties of the Earl , of Selkirk, in that
Colony, 48,000 acres, at two shillings and four
penca sterling per acre, payable $d,000 is
cash, and the balance in debentures beariiit
& per cent, interest Each tenant will bi
allowed to purchase property from the P:
sProf
vixecaita wivernnaeAia uu Buuauas venua.t i
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Direct Trad Bbtwiek France and Vib
uinia. The cargo of the bark Lone Sti
the pioneer of direct trade between Francs
and Virginia, will be sold at auction, on tlii
6th," in the city of Norfolk. It consists of
wines and liquors of all kinds, china and
poreelaiu ware, drags and chemicals, milr
linery, dry goods, fancy articles, jewelry. np
holstery. paluts, &c, Ac . . , v, V,
t it V ii t . i. 1 1 1 , lea. ' "
" A FisatovABtB Youno Lady the Authop .
tss op an Excellent NovRL.-a-The new novel,
entitled "Sulltdge, recently published, ism
having a mrgO sale. The fact has not yet
been ventilated that it is the production of k
youne Jady 1 only nineteen years of age, r -tiding
In Fifth-avenue. It n ber first worl ,
and one of the best novels of society thi t
have been produced by an American lady.
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An American Cleruyman in Gnulani .
Rev, Mr. i Korthrop, the young Americvrj
preacher who has gained such a popularity lit
London, has been Invited by Mr. Spurgeoo to
fill his pulpit during his absence on tie con
tinent. A London publisher has in press an
autobiography of Mr. Northrop, to be pub-
utned m a cneap wrm mat tue masees ma
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iipioO. i' Va.
eaiiaiy iuc.r uurius.Lv ui icjinn. w l.io
cedents of tlus American lericuj chaui
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: Suicini o A Rich Man prom Fear oi'
erty. Geo, W. Scott, an old and highly r4
spectod citisen of Toledo, in this Statf,
drowned himself in that city, the other day.
He had bean thouirht insane for several davt.
Ho was worth ttiiOuO, but imagined that he
tbonld be Drought tp want. . . .,.
ifei.ii-'. .' r-.M 'in l i" a i i.
A Bary RscsivssMlsnsaAL. The King of
Aalet ttayt a raris journal) nag appointed
oat Matter Maoisak-o, a oaliy ihre and a-half
years aid, . the receiver-goiierai at Capua.
This wot dona as a mark of Especial favor to
thafotberof. the. child, who is notorious In
Italy under the unenviable title Wo HaoJ
auut ol'tjioily." ( ii.u i ,i. v-i..-i.;j. l'H
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The Steamers Duncan F. Kenner, B. E.
Clark, and a Freight Barge Destroyed by
Fire—Two Schooners in Flames.
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. The telegraph has already mentioued this
accldrmt, but Tliunday's :New Orleans Delta
gives these partfchlars! " 1 ' ' " "
A terrific conflagration occurred about one
o'clock this morning, at the lower steamboat
landing, in the Second District, adjoining the
lower Picayune Tier, destroying the splendid
Bayou Sara and Coaet packet 2. Amnir,
belonging to tha New, Orleans aud Bayou
Sara Company, and the steamer B. E. Clark,
owned by the Opelousas Railroad Company,
and used as a ferry-boat, together with a
large freight-barge lying moored alongside
the Clark, also the property of the Opelousas
Railroad Company. Two small schooners,
lying at the head of the Picayune Tier, and
next to the B. E. Clark, were considerably
damaged by the fire, most of their sails and
rigging being consumed. .
The lire broke out in the main cabin of the
D. F. Kenner. and those who were asleen
aboard bad barely time to' escape in their
night-clothes. Many of them jumping from
the texas to the lower deck, before the whole
boat wat in Hamee. The wind being high,
the fire went like a whirlwind, and burnt up
tha fine steamer ia the shortest imaginable
time.. The Kenner was valued at (40,000, but
was only insured foi 9'lu.OOO, 910,000 of which
nsK ceing covered in mis city, ana s,uw
up tho country, i ... .. i .
The Kermer was to have ' left for Bayou
Sara this mornrnir at nine O'clock, and had
on board a large amount of up freight; but
an ine oooxs naving Deen destroyed, it is lm-
rossioio to give an estimate ot the amount of
'reight received on board.. Tha flames' of
the Kermer soon communicated to the B.
E. Clark, which steamer was lying wedged
In Wwjn th (Volr-M sn4 .i,
aud before any attempt could be made to cut
uer aarni, - sue was . enveloped in . names,
which in turn communicated to. the freight
boat.. The B. E. Clark, had no freight on
board, and there was only about one hundred
barrels of flour and a small number of sacks
of corn on board of the barge, most of which
was taken off upon the levee and saved. The
B. E, Clark is rather an old steamer, and was
estimated by the company to be worth about
$10,000. i , .
The freight barge, we were informed by the
company, was worth not less than 17.000.
Neither of these boats was insured. Most of
the schooners lying at the Picayune Tier cut
adrift and avoided the fire, but one' of them
named the Jjouita, and another, the name of
which we did not Tret, as the stern-board wot
burnt off, suffered considerably by the fire
being jammed np against the , Clark. , The
flames aboard the schooners caught the sails,
which wero stowed away snugly upon the
booms, and then ran up' the greased mnstsj
and formed bouauets of fire at the cross-trees
where the tarred stays and rigging fastoni
Thev were finally cut adrift bv the exertions
of the firemen, and one of tho engines play
ing up to tho mast-heads extinguished th4
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The fire in one point of view was a trran
one, the roaring, rushing flames illumiuatinrf
me- wnoie river; . ana casting a lurid glare
upon the water, aud the schooners and barges
with their leg-of-mutton stood out like obi
jects in Italian pictures, where the reflection
of an eruption of Vesuvius is shown upon ths
sea. The falling' of the chimneys of thi
steamers was also a grand sight, and the jots
of flame, which shot high up into thee air, as
the pipes tottered and tumbled down with
terrific crashes, wore terrible to took at. T
During the first part of the fire, Jacksos
Fire Company No. IB, while attempting to
back down the wharf, so as to obtain a goof
position on the wharf, suddenly took a start
down the apron, and despite tho efforts of
her men to stop ner, she pitched overboard,
and went to the bottom in about elgteen or
twenty feet water. Efforts were being mode
this morning; to get ber up, which will doubtj
lest prove successful, a diver having 1 beei
employed to go down and make lines fast tp
her. Both the steam engines were upon the
ground. All the crew of the Kenner werp
arrested and taken to the Second District
Lock-up, in order to obtain some due' to
the origin of the fire, -which originated so
mysteriously. . - -
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Attire or the Royal Family or the
Queen's Birthday. Our lady-readers will
be interested in hearing how the ladies of the
royal family of England were dressed on th i
occasion of the drawing-room reception o i
the Queen's birthday. The Queen herself
wore a train of white ribbed silk, trlmme I
with ruches of 'crape, white roses aud whit i
bugles, the petticoat, white crape over whit i
silk, trimmed to correspond; while her head
dress was composed of a diadem of opals am 1
diamonds,' white-feathers and white crap i
veil. - The Princess Alice wore a train or
rich white crystalline silk, trimmed witl
tulle And bows of ribbon; the petticoat o '
rich glace silk, boulllonne of tulle, dotte.
with bows Of ribbons. " Her1 head-dress con
sisted of a wreath of lilies of the' valley am ,
camellias, ornamented with diamonds. - Th i
Princess Mary of Cambridge wore a whit i
moire train, fined' nd bordered with' pink,
trimmed with Mechlin Tocr, bouquets of now -era
and Silver eord;' the petticoat of pin ;
flace silk, covered with puffings of crape an. 1
andsome tunic of Brussels lace; the corsag i
to correspond; ornaments, pearls and dia
monds. The head-dress was 'a diadem c r
diamonds, feahers and silver tulle veil.
. Clxvkr Satire on tee Fashions ot Ames
ican. Women. -The following satire on th i
present style of female dresaing, is conveye I
In an assumed letter from one of tho Japan
ese Embassy, to a friend at home;, Wo find
it very difficult to comply with, the demon in
of our sovereign, forbidding us to , touch the
women of this country. , Not from any dis
position on out part to disobey, but from
their desire to seito us by pur bands. Thet
are apparently . allowed , here the greatest
freedom, but it is only in appearance. Evert
woman, married or single, is fastened in a
cage of bamboo or- flexibB steel, extending
from the waist to the lto. , This seems to be
so arranged as give them .no uneasiness, but
they are very much ashamed of it, and conv
eeal it under so, many coverings that it renW
derg their appearance quite ludicrous.' Their
are unrestricted as to the upper part of their
persons, which, tuey are permuteq to expose
as much at they wish. -'.hia they , seem tp
avail themselves of, and on all occasions of
high, ceremony wear very low dresses. , , I
.'. Twit AttbaotivensUs pt Yiboinia SrsiNoi
A correspondent of a New York paper eayf:
The taverns at th .Virginia Springs art said
to be Urn worst of all Bitter complaints are
made of the eaiittrv, which, it not oas of otar
Southarq brethren's strong points, - The vis
itors art lodged lu huts, ted ou hogs ana
hominy, saturaiea witu grease,, treated lik
niggers, aud charged, like princes. . That lei
ter-writer must have had experiences ux .ti
-;oia AKimuuon. .. -r i , ,, , .
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. Ax Abandoned Woman Axxioua. to' Sa
Ber Sister. EJlsn Jennings was receutl;
taken before a Police Justice in Buffalo, N
Y, on a charge of vagrancy., Ellen is onl,
thirteen years of ace, and tne coninlaint wa
made by her sistor, some years , her gemot,
n,1 . -n.n.l...u . r . I. . en' '
auu m uuMjfiuuo. numu. VI lua wan, OIHD
statod it to bo her reason for e.iteiing thje
complaint, that, she wished to save, her young
eisbor i.uui uer uwu uomuie laui.
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A Youno Widow Cowhides a Slanderer.
Mrs. Lynn, pretty young widow, cowhided
a man by the name of Aganbrad, in Syra
cuse, N. V, a day or two since, for maliguuis;
her good nama,. . The man struck her during
the operation, .lutlKUJUgi. aa ugly-looking
bniiae over out eve.. Thev were both as-
I rosKaa. nd tho man prewjaid to fully reload1
I everything he had taid. .i,i0 1
)lln)ilj.O "To riuinl Oll'T .! V1. ,ii.y.'.
An Arkansas Girl's Resentment—Giving
Fellow the Sack Literally.
A erean. awkward ffirl. the daughter nf
wealthy parents In Arkansas, having come to
. In MatsMhasettgL to be educated, a
yonng dentist, named Brown conceived a
notiou inai nis snortetn rosa to roruioe wouia
be to marry her. But then the was the
laughing stock of the seminary, because she
wat to gaunt, masculine, and 'migrate!, in
' firm, and Hrawa relt tbaA it would re
quire all his nerve to stand the ridicule of
several young lady pupils, with whom be bad
flirted until be was satisfied that they bad Do
money nor expertattent of any. However,
he Ooruwlod himself with the teSeeUoa that
ho should speedily obtain influence enough
over her to enable him to become, In a meas
ure, her adviser in the matter of costume,
manner, Ac' The foremost thought was to
amend her -'long, tank formy by the aid of
crinoline, which she had never-, worn; aad
hit flattery had no sooner , secured him a
confidential place in her good graces, before
be ventured to make her a present of a patent
skirt or sack, together with a hint to fix up
retty handsomely lor a ball, to winch, he
ad invited her. 1
The night arrived, the party Were assem
bled, and the Arkansas damsel made her
grand entree from the ladies' dressing-room
amid the titter of laughter from, the school
girls and village belles. The hoopaack was
shockingly out of shape: projecting In front
line ine spouting Horn as nnnant; out urn
was nothing- to. tha exnoefl it, made of her
somewhat incongruous black hose, the fasci
nations oi wincn were somewhat augmented
by the yellow rosettes on' her white satin
slippers (men's sfxe)encasing her delicate feet,
lo complete Brown s horror, her naxen neaa
and freckled face were "set off" with a pro
fusion of green and yellow bowknots, of for
midable size, intended to do execution as
beau-catchers. ..t - r.t-- n n ' - ri i
Madder than sixty, the disappointed den
tist went through the first dance with her.
taking little or no pains to conceal his dis
gust, and th hurried away to the whist
room to eseape the sarcastic, compliments and
ridicule ot his old names. . t he untortunato
partner, who was clear grit, was deeply in.
censed when informed of his abandonment,
and some of the sympathisers . advised her
to "give him the sack, . I. dismiss him at
once. "I'll be dodrotted of I don't do it fore
the hull crowd," she replied In a boiling pas
sion, and making straight for the dressing,
room, followed by a bevy of laughing gird,
soon emerged again with the boopsack iq
her hands, and threw it at Brown's feet. "Thar,
you mean, good for nothing,- shaker out of
old snaps I Take your old sack and wear it
yourself I and ef I ketch ye .speaking to me
again, I'll lick ye within, an inch o' yer life!
you'd better believe it I" 1 I
Roars of laughter followed 'this' spirited
conduct, and tooth-puller was fain to make
hit escape, , The next day he left the tilbure,
and has not returned to it. The Arkansas
girl became a pet, and finally made a very
respectable appearance in society.
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The Japanese a Humbug—Amusing Speculations
on the Embassy.
The New York correspondent of tho Mo.
bile (Ala.) Register says in a late letter '
The Tartar" hoax some rears airo. that
deceived the Emperor Napoleon and mads
him announce to his army. "Sebattovol tet
prite," "Sebastopol is taken," is likely to
be exceeded in 1860 by the great "Japan':
noax, ana rresiaeni nucoanan win ne tnt
Uughing-stock of the civilised world. -. .n
, There is no question now bnt that the so
called Japanese Embassy is an arrant,
although stupendous, fraud.' The highest
mam in rank is only a cavalry colonel, and
the three kxghat use the common language
of the , louiul Japanese. . There are three
dialects in Japan. The first is pure Omni.
It is used by the highest classes, aud in lite
rature. The second Is Kotp, and is used by
the Bonzes in their religious booths. The
third is a mongrel mixture of tho two, and
constitutes the language of the lower classes
of the Empire. .... .. .. . ,
- Wert the "chiefs" (so called) bow at Wash.
ington of any rank they would use the Oomi.
As it is, they do not comprehend it, A Corns'
scholar has seen mem, ana couia not make
himself but partially understood by the bead
chief from Japaa. ' .i-.n .. i.- . -ui i i. :
The Count Lewis Tasistro(recent translator
for the State Department at Washington)
pronounces them humbugs. They are (he
thinks)artists, who have got permission from
the Governor of the Province tit Jeddo, to
come out to this country and make sketches.
The Japanese are great pook men. , ; , ,. ( j
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' ' MtSTErIOUS BSLU-RIXOINO " IV' ' RHODE
Island, The Providence Veuntai trivet as
account of a case of mysterious beH-ringing
in that city. The ringing commenced on
Thursday evening, and continued at intervals
for tome three hours. So annoying did the
ringing become that the wire of one bell was
detached and the other bell was muffled by
being completely enveloped i ajaapkin. The
pnenomenon was witnessed oy several pen
sons, who thoroughly examined every part
of the bell apparatus, but could discover no
cause which tended to throw any light upot
the occurrence.. , One gentleman present took
hold of the knob and held it firmly; he says
there was' much force exerted to move tue
knob, while ho held it, fend that ho distinctly
felt a power attempting to poll it. As aooa
as he let go the bill-would begin to move;
and flew rapidly backward and forward, as
though some one pulled and then, suddenly
let go. He held the knob several times, and
hi every mBtance with the tame result. At
tho same time, the bell would ring bye
movement, communicated to ine wire oeiweea
the first and second director.,
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ttsAKD Uhdrxss Ball at Paris Maonip
eENt'ExpoauEE or Nude Bxauties. A Pari
OTtt)SMB0Bt ay!,i" W "I ;
A "painful" feature of the gortfeous ball at
the Hotel d'Elbe, in Paris; was the total dis
regard to delicacy in the greater part of the
ladies' costumes; the generality of the toi
lettes being a' complete undrcti; shoulde
stays and sleeves were discarded, and In most
cases replaced by a string of precious stonel,
lightly holding together the scanty draperies
of tha cartage, which left exposed, the buit
and shoulders. ,.. ,., ,. ,
We dn tint knnW. but wa annht very miir-,
If this grand undress on the part of the' ladies
wat in uia lean tense -painiui ui loo gen
tlemen preaenU. If they received. , pain, we
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prvauuia uioj uure tuotr suiicriuKs W)lg due
resignation. ' l"' ,!"J " ' ; j
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.A Faotoetox the Limited. Partnersbd
Principle. In the village of Saxtou's Kiver,
Vt., a large boot and shoe factory is now t4
ing oomplitted, which is owned and fa to Us
operated by a company formed apoei. the
principle oi nroiteQ parvnersnip. i no work
for all parts of the shoes is here to be made
in the factory, and chiefly by machinery Of
the best description and latest Improvements,
among which are to be two pegging macbinei,
each capable of pegging firehundred paiss
per aay.( Tne goods maae or Wf pe ipr I
Sputherni Wrterii trade, ,' in;,;.; .,
' EXTENSIVI AV ATERM ELOX RaIUING. FilU'
bundred ... stres ot watermeuuis have
planted In Driftwood Towuaiun. Juckati
County.' Indiana. It is calculated that the
fifteen hundred SMa-- will produce 30,
wortrneivna, t v., ,T1
v 1 1 ii..li m I M"i 1 ' osei" nif1.1 unl'-i sit'V
. TuaV JAPANBaS BaOOMsNO HI-UWSRA.T
oorreapoadent of the Now York llermU bai
ascertained that at the recent. tUnmr givvp
by tho President, tho Japaaoao alo tnrtlr
soup, fish, chicken aaliui, . foasit lohiukeas anft
pigeon, Btrawbeniatmuatard and cheese,
andV drank , alt, ; civnipagno sberrt.
"Tommy". a dl soW ycstaTday, pawiuk
WW l..irlkiWOtAA tvtnis WatV M.
. .visits nil) i
RATEa-or-ADVEr.xzsirra,
AsrWtl.meaiBi-BS awslawlnM M rkeaXAjatelt
roatfi!3!ii -r4-. u
Ursai advertleemsnts toearud at the roller! as re
tjr aaaare of Urn Una or leeei
'"' it . .1 '... ,,-)
JOB PRINTINa .
fa all Its branches lone with aeetneas and dlrpaiaa, .
SEWING MACHINES.
T(- , u ,i f , 1
WHEELER X WILSON'S
!"-. '"1 "'"'' f" --, ''"!n:
' .' !. 1. kit i.,,!i .Sjj yl .j 1; ,fl -,,; t
II I I
it . i.vj,.
Hi'ir t-.r,.
II
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Ill -Mlll'.II
NO. TT W. FOrR TH-JT R B ffrV 1
PIKEWVOPKBAv HOUlSeSI.
V7 OFF BR TO THE FrBfilO TbTH
mnvTninti, and to tnft th dcrjnJ ihr a
food, lowjpricojwl fanliy Mchlti, faf (nu-odoiwi av
jsF.W PTTXE.workfnitupon thA Mm principle, and
nakiaff ttat Mais trtltcb, thovgh mc eat fabtli-f
Uhrri.nt riwrx -five boirtAfc"
Ttat TMe-p-movw. wpm6f noHmm mt4 9tmfioltr4
tit Mcb.ius tu boauty aud ctrBryttU of ttitulft, W
in T ALfa on hotm iiom, lBtpuMlb. ta ravt)!, a1
twwoviii(f mo iatD up rld w th udtt tpdw, U
wonomy of tlmkd and tvlaptaibllltr to tha ttilokvat
or thluaowt lUbrhia, ha rawWr-. thla tha nrt
ommiui ana aopuiar j ami 17 oewinj uacuina mow
Mad. -. . t ( '
At onr TarloaR afllcM we m at New Tork prieaa,
and jrlre tnitnictstnei, fn- ttf ehaiwt, to enable intr
ehiwin to ew ordinal? atpani, bfxn, tU tmUt,
lather, bind mid tnrk, rill 00 the Mine machuia, and
wntrreRito ia ivt vuirtsj r vn w. - . - - -
BeuQ or can ior a circular coniaiiUDg rou Mrnii
aT. prloae, tamouiattj. t.
,jale f . iVMo tMUMNBB oV CO
GINGER'S
Hi.
SEWIN61AGHINB
Mo. a 8BWINO MACHINBa.. tlOO
Na.1 -11 "i :,i i"-i l. ..... tiBO
IT- IS OBLl tmDBTITOO BY MINT.
M ACTU KK hAsnd sll those who use Bluf ct I Ma-.
ehinee, that they will do - - .
GREaTER MRiETf OF WORK, 1 1 " . ......
' ' WILL 00 MORE WORK, AND ' V '
rr , t 1 ,n I ; 0 ,T pJ ttTi JTTLK
Than can be done on any other Baohlne. BIKO
EB8tAMILYMAOmriB8,4aan4r5. .'
SaarolaclnoaU OfUca, Mo. 8 Ksat ronrth-etreet.
mean-ay , JAB. HrUHDON, Anent.
"''improved Doublo-throtdtd t
FAMY SETOG IIACHKIS!
No. fi , West nrtli-street.;
to examine oore
befer porehaslns olaswhera. . .. .i. .., . .... .
JOUVKT Ac CO., .aVfxOntav
" myt-OBj i ' "''' Wo. TaWest Ponrth, trp etah-s.
$80. ,' $30. "i $30. $80.1 v $80
i in, srtr.puUayprobv, Loek-aHttea '"''
Family Sewiiig,Macliii
. SKOTJUEU BY BXCKTJ-tTTERS PATtFt.
TH TH JflCHINB HA6) BEEN PEC
KOtTrrckD by alf competent Joilsea, who ham
aeea It, to be tho heat aal moat aeairabie Fasally
Bewlns Marlilne ever Introduced, asOABDlsss op
pbicb. It will sew all kinds of lemiiy goods, Ajon
the very thlckeat to the very nnest fabrloe made, and
osee all kinds of thread, from Ko. S to twk '
jit Oil uassdoa lop o(as Bekaw. .
' fiend for a eircnlar, or call and aes It in operation-
Upon early application. State and Coanty rixblesxa7
be secured.
A a anersetlc person ean mak a fortsm ta a laart
tlme, Aeents wanted In all un04.rtor' ,
. rleandazcJnslTeanqtrthsUdtats, .
Pepls-ti ' M Weet tonrth-etreet. Clnolnaahf.
J. 0. TOWERS & CO.,
,v .i'V"'. ii'4'i; .----'a. 'i. If iu ,t
,,. .,. MO, 149 mAus-vnu&sv. .
fTJB Kf88JBAT8 A 9 AN 99 ASM
STRAW an! LBOHORN HATS, tbr Baa
and Bora, of tha latest stylos. , . .. , , , , ..
. An Inspection solicited,. ' . ' ' . myls-an
I' HXttX&EXtT BSNTIbT,:''..'!'.!!'.
Beventh and Vine and Baca, ci&oinnatt,
.SUla oat
I
I.irtT OB PRjrnca nm pmti vnm. .
. Fuji upper or hiwer seta of teeUi-rooaUntaiua guns,
f); gold, tMtjnJc,au.,txii liver, SUV 1 1,: , , w
- I- to OPXBATlONtr i n y .
Small soldjlnA, tacll.w,.,...i.,Jt Beats la OL.
v, ...(fti-iaatfWTr"14
El rot teeth,.,y.... ,. , , , . ts tett,
ilraotliuj teethy.!,.,,,.,,,,.;.,,! , .....Meaap.
. Ml7-om ... I, .., ,'',; ; ;, TERMS OAAB.
' ' ii tVt-'jf ' ( ' . 1) ;' ' i ' ' I JM ic-
T U H a dl i n, t o r
UAS-BCBIIINa, DM0x-C0NSrKMO
COAL' COOKING STOVE
lT ' .vt.BU '''i,IWTvi' civri ',''"'1'1' i '!'.
'ti ll...; ..t , JfOUK iBLflES. .nil;. ju;:,J
lul In' .' tint." l.jin ll.'l '".'..'. - , l-,n
ira-) "'V'"I,u'oU.a"' .j-i
. MAMDtAarTJBID AMD BOB AALB BT
CAr.lFEEtL, ELLISGri & CO.,
1 w
. htls-tr rl
i WNqimAf r,0!aci
Hanks's BeflftnagrasB FoaBdry.
MILB8 WOBKo, (formerly UoorM V. Banks,) Bo.
140 fcant Secoud-stroet, Cluclnnalt
BKI.I.H KK1T fXINHTANTLr ON HANb.
or niade to order, olaity aiae ap to ,ux pouoaa.
and in chhuea as warned. Kv.nr variety of Braal
Work and Bras and I'oniaoaitlod Caetinfs mad
order. A lao o hand, Babbitt U.tel aud Spellel Sol
dee, and every description of Plutshed Brass Work,
ilitxi lBONPIPBAM lA'fTINtM.
Partictilar attention rlreii to bteamaoat Wert, eaeh
as v. ronsut-lruu Piping end litlin.a ut bp, nttisi
aad WaUr Uaiujea, fletalle l'"lii, WhUtiee.
ItAT-QTIitB TO BlIl.pfcBM-gBAI.BD
Xw pi-epoMls will be received at the onto, of Pabiia-
f choubh uulil U o'nlook ."d., j.iee II, IMW, Cur nak
us alterations to the Sixth Illatrlcl School Houaa,
aoi-ordiMS to plans aad apeiiAuaAWaB now an Ale. .
B, order of tile Board of .Xi ueUwe aad Vuitora OS
(aaoiaaa wehora. w . . ,i
.,i,i tor bc&.hBVhlZ.
PIJIB M'tXlA AaD ROBbBAfT TT
for halta. Just reilvetl, :aj came duuble .Ur?
Wed BorduaixOill MU staasr.t deauu ra LueoaDU,
4 d.,a-n r,vrnc Aaeaaui. Aum aa Invwliie 01 sape
rter Mart' Vlueeer.' 1 bis Tlnry si Ts of a ai. -at dell,
eimie ilaYorLy-1"! I" prleatly li.rr.iua any sslnia
aulolanc. Vut'eaUcy J I ' II N BATKS,
ur- J.vlo-)l tuMaWeaal iUiseUW Btidjna,'-'H
MX , , Rueulo.-Q'aUset.
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