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The flneat finuo lo America,.
tl" Cyijcert will be nadir lhe lrMol direction of
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TL aireotorend tneniuter of the Iullen Ope re or
avmiuv wi K UHIV III HQff lorn.
PRICES Of APWIWON ! ,
tWler r"mn " T'" Tler....41 0
8ete fur both or either of the two Ornd Con
eerte can bit n:nred without extra charge, com.
meneing thij aiornlnn at A. M., tlie Box
OIBce, and in the evening at the door. Order, from
...vwwiuf v . .em. win receive nromat at
teutlon, by addreMinK 3. IP. H EKKKUT, 'fi-eaaurer
Plke'a Onera-home, inrtl.Hilnir the nrice of ticket..
l-atti j (trend C.iacert Book and Photo.
Krnph lor Mlti ht Petera ft Bou't tuic fctore.
feteri A Bon'a Music store. . Price
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IVOiin'S THEATER CORNEB SIXTH
At vlNt-ailiftBTS.-jQHH A. EiIii.Z
iT.. lUafli aStAaHAtATMir Attlri Iaiaau
PRirm ii Aneifuinw Iin HIhU .a - ia. I
Jin rmntAi! Ualtatw. oaw.. u
Cakij or Tium.hqonopin at 7 o'clock ( enitatn
TOM f SfN(f, June b, will be pnmnted tho
uuiai mo oi r, ,
TKN KIOHTS IK A BAR.RWW.
Joe.SlbrMn.Wk nkfh R.r,l. .a,a. m. ij .
fmon-ilade. Mn IfUSri&rMo.
tar, M.hlubleCtwriht, Mia. Annie Walte.
ro aoncmsofWlth.- 1,4 u f M
B. B.j OR, THE. BEMOIA BOY'S ARBIVAT.
Benjamin Bobbin, Mr; n ruler; Bob Kattlee, Mr.
Hskaxilf M pa Piihehann AC f 1 1 1 A
Commencing Monday, Jam ,4,
Sanrord and his Opera Triupe.
T 4 tiih rimpivv . I
AIAHTKIt HANFORP, J. W. UOLSKN.
jUNCOLN and 8. 8. ANPORII,
mriLI. NtonTLY APPEAR, iVBINO I
v ;e wMk,4a their - - , I
Melodlou Songs, Dance and Refrain.
TtekAtfti.. , ' ......as cents.
rOTlt'E.-THK NATIONAI. THEATER
, njjw lor rent for the Summer aeanon, for rfhe.
atrieal Performaaeer, luilan, German or BurleMiue
Opera., Ac Ao., and may be had on reaeonable terms.
JL A f'" I )llfn1 Ihea Building, v
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bcrtlr be opened for the aauiMateut and enjoyment
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liadtea and enttameif, ench.aa Saneers.
MeSlcUae, lS.sra Mluetrela, Hope
niente, or havlii( an attraction to odor, will pi,
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58 WEST FOURTH-STJIEET
ROOFING! 'R00PINQ! '
I inMexni, OAUUAI AUUI OUW UAHMA, I tat mini! OttVJUf DMB
IUhI hf experience of year ia this cttf end vi-
viUHA, Atuniiw, IV H4M vr tHeXjp, QW OW WWW DUlla
iiifj-. gv wimrr uHnA---iainieirU eecarvu WllUfMU
poeure to the net lea of t he eieuwnU. ' 4
Frepered elieete. boxed for eh.nint to any par
enr pert of
rue vutcea owiiee, ceii tepiMiea ay
.luarr mechuiicei ttkill. Orden prt
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men prompt 1 nued.
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PAHTNERftHIF NOTICE ON THE 1ST
of JIarlMt,(lilw,) Martin Nixon,of Philadelphia,
retired from lit Arm 4il Mlxoa A Uhatlleld, whueo
intereet wa. ynrchad by the remaining purtuor.,
Xhoina. Mxon and Wm, 11, Uhatlleld. under the
auie title 01 arm I irV .'xfT-'S V- . ,
Jel.lMU ..t i t ..k HIJlH OHATriEiiO. ;'
J BICU8 hare thla day amociated with thorn Wm.
Wood., (laleyf Mie.Urm of John Uhllllto A Co..) for
iu. purpoiM. 01 aula, a. aareioiore, a mauuiaoiuriug
d general paper bu.lueM, under the Armof Nixon,
laflield WuadM . 1 h is.tiJl
el,l6i)-bw i . KIX0N A GHATVllttitt.
D oyillor 1e (rue Theory oP Koprouur
llouat Pleuore, or Pravauttng It, acoordiug to the
ltabll.liod Law. of Nature." Thorn, wanting chil
drvn, and Iuom not wLUiitg theui, will tlud tlu
I till, book
ne lo uao
to meee tneir wune examiy. n. uieuietc
ily hlthr lu'all reapeota. Keut to bar part
Unlt.Ml NtetM on receipt of tl.
!ALV1N I. nlsa Avent lltr MiLdame De Orolr1.
ell .urn exaoiiv. na metiiein. to ....(-
Female Monthly HIU. Thee. Pill, are Invaluable in
obatructed tuon.ee. Tjadiee Itould 'Dot DM them
during araguaucy. as tney win oauas miacarrlase..
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ourjJiL.teT S: Addive. !' CAfcylN, B..X 414, I
t'iucluu.ti. Ohio, o
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AfTSflfOpY.-MAOAME BEIX RE
iV Nl'KUlf li.l.y anaounio that alia ooinmencM
bualuaM asmik. aud Can 'be found at her re.idouco,
Ku. 4'X,uti the y...t aide of Junea-atraet, ketweea
I, Inn and Culler au f l.lliorty aud Wadu, where ah.
toretella Daat, M'eeent and future areata by plaueta,
aaliuiatry, of P etude. ,vll tboee who mar wlah
to oonault her on the liu-R of tiunlueee, nr any ander
taklug. Journey, law.ulte, love, BDutrlmonf, lot.
fery fU:keU.tl)vrtf .ftU.fa.Htoa Will . lvfq..'
jloiue IVoirT A; At.V A jif. ''i1e.a loTrteea
twtiujburjruniilng th. tettenLOBaanio. myal-aur
ejiltk duality, ou ti.ud and for tale ty
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. CINCINNATI; TUESDAY MQllNING,
JUNE 5. I860, ii
AMUSEMENTS. RAILWAY MATTERS.
1 I.ims ktuai IT mlautee bater than Cltr Urn,
w a. m, mna Mir. m. vonimma Aecomiaodatioa,
4 P. M. Xeala Aoeemaodatlen, a P. H.
. CiKCikSiri, HiaiLToa Dirroli -(J niuitiles
f..tr than OMr time,) A, At., lOilft A. M a,3a)
r. m. mm r. wi. Hamilton Aceommodmi,. at a
At. and 3iS0 P. M. .
Oaro aao Afiaiismm-lll mlnnlM ,..
CUT time, 4t!eS A. M. sad 8i35 P. M. Lonlnllle
Accommooation, vr.s, , u :
ii-viaaaroLni aKD I-INCIHHITI BaoaT-LiNt-tll
--.o.n viirnme,j 0i4 A. M lliOO
. m. ana sr.s. . r
Mabiitt an VmoisHATi-tr -alnnUe k.i ii...
vur time.j 0140 a. n. and 3i3 p. M.
CvVIHOTON AMB LaXlXOTOK-ICIlT tlDM.1 K.AIt A
ai. ana ing r. at.
ViacIKMATI, BICHMOXD AND IKDtAKAVII.I.-ai A
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ana r. at.
"bio " niansanH-9i39 A. M., 1M P. w .
ana Wi09 r. AY. . .
Ciiicunati, HAMnvro in Dattos fiA'H A. M..
Ii4 A. M., t P. at., Si30 P. At., Ti35 P. At. and
bud r. at. .,
1NOIAHAKUS Alt OmonniATi latllS A M
4 p. and llis P. M.
IIMTIt An OlBClKBATl 1 0iM A. M anil
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CiMclMNATt, Richmond and Indianapolis ViAB
A. M.,ir. H.,Bi3P. M.- "
The new version of th. Bible will ml-w.
a.ot.s.1. - .j . .-T j y
furnish a new handle and a s.iaroer edire to
With Western farmers the mitln .
dde is, whether-they-shall "break" the
prftiries, or the prairies break them
! Four children of A Mr. BravW dind in
one of the southern counties or Indiana, all
Am VAAD VT OVaVAa t ...- ij r. . (!-.!
1 One Daniel Oreathouse stabbed Wm. T.
Wade to the heart, in self-defense, recently.
at Centerville, Ind. ' : 'A - J
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lne Kntn;ng aid much damage, recently,
to cattle and propefty; in Northumberland
Anegrt, woman, hear Bowling Green, Ky.,
last week drowned
prevent it becoming a slave.
UCI AATT-Wlli CUUU. lO
I Nancy David, a woman fifty rears nU fell
iutv hiu ui uuiiinir water, in ucie i;niintv
111 HA...I. j . 3....
awcMuj, fuu t. am Kiiiuni tu uoain.
A man has no more ritrht to sa.v an nneivii
thitltr than in aiit nne tn m. a .fl
:.7,T. .1. TI l."T.i "LYTf T w
-v,vU., aueu. w auoca. u.u, own.
! Mrs: Jane Cleff left home.' her hnL
Mrs: tane Cleft" left home.' her h unhand and
wo cnuarenr last ween, in Monroe Uounty,
oiuju wiiju lawyer namea rerrr.
Henry Budd was robbed while (nr,,!!n
ehiienh In R.vKa.. flmin A 1a J .
since, of valuable watch and $40 in money.
Uamea K. Pittsfield. a vouna- man of nine.
teen, endeavored to swim across the Ohio.
near Pomeroy. last week, when ha hemme
irignienea ana was arownea.
iTwo men! Blairae and-Horse.' had trnnhla
about a negro iu Augusta County, Va last
A boy about nine voantoW. David Bid-man.
recctitly threw a stone through a window
near oomers, vonn., ana put out one of bis
aunt s eyes..
white woman and A negress had a prize I
Seneca Falls, N. Y on the 31st ult, I
for $50 a side, the former winning the stakes I
1nR.riuM Vail. V V. a k. 9l.r..U
tf vtv a ciuti Ww luii
on the twelfti. round.
CaHoar Clarke, a bov of fourtpn. ftttfmntii
to walk on a rail fence near Oaweiro. N- Y
on the 1st Inst., when he fell and broke his
Mr. Macready has written a letter to the
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London Timet, contradicting- the renort that
uis aangnier was auoui to appear on tne
Stage. .,,, . ! , : !, ,..., , , j. . , , ,
Avounir MississiDDiau was robbed miKaw
York baenio onThnrsdavof S1.12S in monev
t....i " .i. . t vl. .
inn wuiunu ui wuum an naa uecome tern-
The ex-police officer Hutrhes in New Or.
roans, cuuvicieu oi tne muruer 01 vnnnir
Hyams, is to be hanged there on the 15th
inst. , .
Frederick Hamlin, one of the early settler.
of Lorain County, in this State, died recently.
Ha was a pioneer, having lived in Ohio over
mqr year. x y,j i.iluOj)
The Branch of the Union Bank in Memnhia.
Tenn.. it extensively eno-aared in the tanninir
uueiunaa, uariug a tau-yarn ior. tne purpose
. i : 1 " i - . i a
in (jnattanooga, ., ,.,
A netrro in Favettevilla, Arkanuia. hae
been hung for killing bis waster. - His mis
tress said she would rather bay tost all she
was worth umn tbe negro.
f Joseph Much jumped out of the window
oi a uaton Kouge notel, lajt week, while suf
faring front wiid-fl-j.p(i( and broke , his
nOClL. i ' i ,:i.-.' .in .
A codfish, five feet three inches lone, wan
caught off Marblehead, Mass., Inst week; And
the shell of a clam, dug on Newburyport
dme, mettnurou aiue auu a nan oy rour and
Abraham ?car. New York pawnbroker!
Was robbed, recently. 'of a'-larire Int of law.
elrv, dry goods and various articles left as
pledges! and one Frit Stone found guilty of
tJoHOlTIOH OF CROP IK TBI BOOTH.r-The
" ' i " an - i - v
Ney Orleans Cretcentot the 1st observes: j
Althouorh thara are ajwnnnta fVnni mm.
ioolatod sections that the sugar-cane is doing
very well, it is useless to attempt to disguise
the fact that there ia a trreat want nf rain
and. that the plant is autferine seriously.
Moreover, the very low statre of the water in
the Mississippi prevents any Irrigation being
carried out; Ana Although there Are no com
plaints from some quarters, they are numer
ous I from' other sections, From the-advices
u.J:..J Umih T... .. r . i
w"'wi ' ACAM, wid bukat tnjp iuv tills I
season in that State is placed at ten thousand I
nogsneaas a very diminutive prospect, but
it reaches these- figure i trill bo larger
thatj last year. The general accounts from
Texas arc, thus far. enoourairinir as retrards
con) and cotton. - Wheat is cut short, which
causes the Texas markets to depeud oal New
Orleans bc sotne thing moretlhau the .qttan-
uiy auippea irom nere uiis year.' i neru not
being any banks in Texas, the citizens trener.
ally Lave to depend on New Orleans, through
places, for the usual iaollitiea to move the I
crop to market., ........... I
tuoir agents at uaiveston. Houston ana other
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A TSSHIL STROUK AMD SlAlnDBLV Dauaoid
LiOHTNiNu.-HDnring . thunder storm in
Hnalnn nn WAltlAQriav th. 11 1.4I. M .4 1.
arhnonef Jiaxkuni .vif PhiUnl..!.!. ...fc.
Baltimore packet-pier, shivering her mast to
pieces, setting the vessel on fire, and piercing
tl.1,1 ....i,.. ..I.. . ,i.3"T.T". . .
fire was considerable. One
uuivb iuivugu nor urn. x no oapage
the mast la its descent broke A niaa'S arm. I yi
T" a. '.f,i. I
A I WotfLD-ha
' Sbdcos ' KttLBO- 'v a
BaotHSB, Robert H. . Bowers, having at
tempted, in karious ways, to seduce a girLpf
ixieiiw awn n.1 run , in vhloajo, A Oayi nt
ago, her -brother, Thomas Paine, with
LomradcJ,'iHt;t, hd in tho, street, and
stabbed him so seriously thai be died a few
More About the Great Eastern—Her Improvements
and Trip to America.
of May 19. days of
ua iyrea t-euttrm ... .... , .
The air pomp rwda arc strengthened with A
" a numoer or minor cnangca dats
bi made, all tending to jncreaMi the ef
ficiency of the paddle engine). In the screw
engines the only alteration of any importance
made ia the substitution of lignum vitas bear
ings for soft metal, which has been found not
to be adapted for work when exposed to the
action oi sail water. THe boiler which Buf
fered on the first trin frnnt tha .fi I oil . with
the funnel casing, bag been put into thorough
and complete repair. The portion which was
slightly fractured has been removed and re
placed oy new plates. The comfort of the
engineers aud stokers have not been over
looked, and increased ventilation has been
provided for the deep stoke holes, where the
men feed the hundred roaring furnaces that
convert the water into steam.
The time In making the voyage to New
York from Southampton will, even if no
greater speed Is obtained than upon the trial
trip to Holyhead, be shorter than the quick
est passage of any other ocean steamer. An
average of fourteen knots will give a result
beyond that obtained by the jferiia. The
merits, however, of such a ship as the Cro
Eatttrn are not to he turiowil W trin r.
few days across the Atlantic with 5,000 tuna
of coal on board, but by those longer vovagea
to India and Australia, for which she was
especially designed and constructed. It is
necessary, however, to create a fill li tr nf
confidence on the sea-going qualities of the
ship, and for this purpose the Wrsaf Eatttrn
may very advantageously stretch her pinions
rL"s'cV.1',e.. n"m?e.r 0I P"89?.1
w w n ueen umiiea. to aw, a 1 first
tu. . . ... '.
PK " uul w111 e JLai),
and for the return vovacrn an wall fin nr.
elusive of wines and Brunts. "
'The ship will also take a limited auantitv
of fine goods aa cargo or freight, at 3 per
tun measurement of 40 cubic feet.1 The time
which she will stay at New York depends
upon a variety of circumstances, the princi
pal, no doubt, being the amount of attraction
which she may prove to the American sight-
or8i. " wl11 probabry not be less than two
""."r A Ter-' ?air oniand for berths and
u-muji ana were is no reason
" upp8 "ai mere Will be any deficiency
Ln tne number of passenirers reouired. At
Southampton and the district in the neigh-
jLT within W Tt few wTekZ TthtT.
RYMt tl wiait. thA Bhin Huv At.a U A
1 1-1 PA Tr, aJ-!!..J t--1 . .
ture. The admission is half a
w uip uiuvawui HI lAcr UCIIHf ai
the receipts from this source are more than
sumcient to cover me whole nr the vixiimi
The Presentation to the Queen
A Mrs. Dnncan Ntewart
we nave stated, presented at the Court of the
nruisn yaeen Dy tne (Jountess of Fife.
mw uoyo aiierwara, a puuuc notice was
given, front the Lord) Chamberlain's office,
that the presentation -; was- "through inad
vertence." Thenlain Knerliuh nf hr. I. l..i
discovery had subsequently been made of
5me "y-gone scandal in which Mrs. Duncan
? . ttr WMlmPVca!.d, and which the aus-
torely virtuous Victoria regarded as sufficient
to banish the unfortunate lariv frnm I...
Court. So the brand is stamped upon Mrs.
Duncan Stewart in a most offensive and
public manner. . A similar affair happened a
ten jroorBBiucv, ami tue orauaea may grieved
herself into the grave. . The - case of Lady
Flora Hast intra is not furirotten by the rmhlir.
and probably while many exclaim with rev
erence, "gee what a strictly virtuous Court ia
the Court of our Sovereign Lady, Queen Vio-
just the bare suspicion that true virtue.
.nnwln... .fit. .... 1 !..!.; '
conscious of iu own purity, and iu it
cence, unsuspicious of guilt in others,
scarcely deem such rigorous discipline needed
to mm us own gooa qualities apparent.
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Am iNOENIova FimalkThikv Rnanmn v
URiNOLtM. Tbe Albany (N. Y.) Journal, of
ate aate says: "J ne last thintr atrainst erinn.
line has been told us bv a a-entleman helnnv.
ing to the firm that was recently rnhhed nf
jewels to such a vast amount. ' The woman,
who la a model aa regards figure, and pos-
unaaaA n... .. .... f. T.. .. f i
svuu w. uwi. m w ui inaiiiauuil Wllicn
catch the eve of the sterner sex, was fur
nished with a tremendous crinoline, which
swung to the right and the left in a very
uiwuiou b.j m. xuruig one oi inese penan
Iubi movements she gave It an extra lurch to
the left, and un It. want nv,r t.ha .n.ni&-
covering a case of jewels of immense value!
1 he lady and the assistants were all, of
course, in a Dashtul state of confUsiou at the
Accident and the consequences which were
evident, an the gentlemen hastened to the
rescue. The lady blushed and quickly re-arranged
her dress, and. in the hurrv. carrieil
on tue treasures underneath it."- - -
WHAT WAS Nkvab Tanut on na fluwiiMAi.
Jos. One nicrbt. as Jab Cook cam oft the
Downs, wet to the very skin, it happened that
uis win nan oeea uaaiog. , ao wnen fte went
to bed bis wife took his leather breeches and
put them in the oven to dry. . In the morning
he be pan to feel about for hia thinira. and l,a
called out and said. "Bettv. where be m
things?". ."In the oven," said his wife. So
he looked in the oven and found his leather
breeches all cockled uu top-ether like a nuw
of parchment, and he bawled out. ."Was ever
man piaguea as i Per What be 1 to do now?'
''Patience. Job; patience, patience, Job," said
hia wife, "remember thy old namesake, how
he was plagued." "Ab," said the old man,
"he was Dlaarued sorel v. but his wife never
Devicea his oreecnes.
Nov Ab Mopi OP Stbalinci y FavALca .
two well-aresseu females were observed ne.
cretiug certain Articles in a popular store in
Boston, and politely requested to restore such
trifle as a piece of ribboa. a Dieca of lure, a
pair of hose, and three pair of kid gloves.
So Indignant did they become at this that ene
the ladies , beat the clerk upon his head
with her parasol. When taken into custody,
they were found to be titer wives of two gen
tlemen who are) now servlntr sentences fnr
shop-breaking and larceny. I Upon the per
son of one, under her dress, was discovered
bag made of stout linen, which was tied
around the waist, hanging ia front. This bag
was capame oi noiatng a bushel or more of
., i . ' "
A CUABITABLI BuotlBBT. The Havana
nspondent of the Charleston Mercury says ;
U AAAAJOtJ UAtrSllOUD AJVA1U17 ZUIiUfJ l0 XllWaa
Moiitabro. haviua beaueathad six thnuaajid
dollars, to be placed at interest, which inter
est is to be distributed by the Kight Reverend
the Bishop of the Diocese, among the poor of
the city, the widow of the Coude haaadrer.
tised in the daily rmnc-i. of this citv fnr ten.
dera from parties desirous of obtaining the
aum bequeathed, and to give the highest rate
interest for the same. , , , r . , .
Labs Bullocks. The . nrorresuive in
crease In tbe weight of bullocks is worthy of
uah, way we expect irom uie stock
luch a calf aa the following, when he pro.
pagates bis species, but a progressive toot-ease
weight?. . P. i Uardiuer, of Schoharie
uouuiy, . i H owns a BAlt and half Durham
and Hereford, now about j. two and a hull'
ears old. which weighed 1,710 pounds whe
twenty - eight months old.
"JL DlAlovaffr Oaaaiu ill Paiaov Mnflnr
kle, th detaulting Cashier of the People's
Bank, at Richmond. Ind. Aas been inrjumiw
ated at Jclferionvilln, in pursuance of the
orari oi tuo uouri, inaae in senteuciug bin
two years' imprisonment Lu (he peniten
Extraordinary Suit in a French Court—Fine
Foundation for a Drama.
iu the freudi
Courts, the incidents developed in which will
set the brains of the dramatists In a whirl,
and give work to their pens. The story runs
Nearly thirty vears ao. a widow ladv
M i ;7i. . - j "1 P'"u
thlld with gardener a wife, who was to act
As foster-mo her and hurse. One day,
Fl""!!'1 he'I TH"1 ore tfie
of a carriage, and immediately susiectcd that
the mother of her voiino- charm waa rnmi...
to ace her son. Iu her lurry, she snatched
op the heir, but slipping, let him fall upon a
neap of stones, brouking his right arm and
couar-hone. In her terror, she rushed to her
husband, who advised her to stow away the
Screaming victim under the bed-clothes, and
taking his garments, he placed them on his
own child, and boldly stood at the door to
wau tuo way s coming. Contrary to tho
usual casual glance given by her on her pre
vious visits, the lady-mother was so struck at
the change in her darling, to the lean, brown,
hungry-looking babe which she beheld in the
piace oi ner own n umn hahv. that
and exasporated beyond measure, she seized
the child in her arms, and bade the postillion
drive away. The gardener and his wife
were terribly frightened, but decided to go
tho next day to the chateau and make an expla
nation.' To their further
found on the next morning that the lady was
gone, and had taken away the child. Years
cottager's child has passed his life as a mem-
uor oi one oi tue nooiest families in France,
Baa been attached to an embassy, and now
holds a desirable official rmniiinn i,n. ..
real heir has spent his youth in discipline and
privation as a soldier iu Algeria. The latter
uuw Minion biiiv to recover nia property and
Brryer, probably the most mmous lawyer
iu France, has bceu engaged for the defenses.
,,j'. . " I' j " 7 T"& .. I
Pnad. . f7i ."3"": r "clu-eai .recently
Crime in New England—Four Persons
H.) Jfi'rrorhas tbe par
ticulars of a poisoning case at Loudon, in
which oue Alexander More is charged with
poisoning bis wife, daughter, son-in-law aud
servant girl, all of whom are in a daugerous
situation. the original cause seems to have
been dissatisfaction in regard to some prop
erty left to his wife by a deceased sou. lie
atiempiea to nre, tue house in which they
lived, bat was prevented, and lodtred in iail.
He got clear of a trial through the efforts of
um ouuuameu.. Alter remaining away from
bpme for a while, he returned several months
ago, ana uas uvea mere since, though not on
tclj pmiwaui terms, auoui mree weeks
since, the family fell sick, seemingly with the
same complaint. They at once called to their
assistance ineir lamuy physician, who was
afterward discharged, and the service of an
other secured from Concord. A careful in
vestigation of the several cases soon led to
the conclusion that the jj,iuUy was poisoned
with white lead. . . . ...,r . . .
;A painter iu tho neighborhood states that
ne lurnisnea we accused with nearly a cup
full about Thanksgiving Day, which he said
he wanted to fill up some crucks. A careful
analysis of a portion of Dour about one-
mira oi me ourrci still remaining revealed
unmistakable evidences of lead. Upon the
announcement of the physician that the
source of the poison had been ascertained,
Mr. Moore wait oronintlv Ki rfHff, Rnfl is nnur
in prisou. The Mirror states the appearance
puiouuou lamuy to we truly nearc-rend-
An Anti-Tosaco.i Siktv An Ani;T.
bacco Society had a meeting and the Secre
tary presentea a report, tue tenth annual, in
Boston, a day or two ago. We read that
"This document urtred the necessity nf an
organization devoted to (lie abolition of the
use of tobacco among men. The purpose of
.ui, euviv.jr nw w ugui tooacco Wherever it
can be found. Saints as well as sinners use
the article. Ladies encourage the other sex
in tne viie name, aituouiru no more destruc.
tive agent to feminine beauty is known.
Clergymen were very remiss iu their duty in
regard to the curse. It wag very easy for
them to rebuke sin in Hindostan, or on the
Plains of Alabama; but it waaWntirely dif-
Ferent thino- todive in. . . t.J It. .
. or on t.ne I
. ' - - . M lOn -lVBL
from the pulpit, owned bv a fifty thmi.and
dollar parishioner, who makes his money by
selling tobacco on the wharf. Other reforms
are preached uutil the congregations are
stuffed with the iteration, but the1 tobacco
movement is unnoucoa
A DePBOTIVH StATIIU fir AfaNnMT.Uanuu .
A statue of Mendelssohn recently exhibited
at the Crystal Palace i described as "the
Worst Snecllnen of Enflixh nrt aeen fnr manv
long day." It must have been bad indeed,
wuen one minus of the quantities of un
meaning, ciumsy ngures, from the monument
i.ueL.Waau". "U. th. way
m.vuu cu A-uui a mm nesimiusier, to the I
l?Mlg."L nt .n&ure rf.-!an,.r8 the Second at
Whitehall. Althoiicrh Mr. Bacon, a scnlntor
of some note, was the author of the Menifeia.
sonn statue, it was so inartistic that a small
model was refused at the Royal Academy
exhibitions, i The difficulty, however, did
not end with the modeling, for like nearly
all the bronze figures in Knglaud, exposure
has turned it black; it seems that the casting
given to the lowest bidders, and the nrnner
quantity of copper aud silver necessary to
give the peculiar color of brouie is replaced
' ! , i .-T aw . r i . , ,
Tn Abolitionih Opposko to t.iiiiv,, u
Tho Anti-SUteerv Standard onnoses Mr. Lin
coln Because ne is not an Abolitionist, in
proof of this it quotes his speeches and letters,
and declares his sentiments to be objectionable
concludes: ''And now we ask ahfililinniui.
any oereou auouuncr tneir ultra viewa. and
before they expose themselves to the heats of
tue rresiuontiai canvass, to consider, calmly
and conscientiously, whether they can, with
out utter self-stu'ltificatlon, vote for a man
whd 1 opposed to allowing the negro the
rights of citisenshlp, in favor of Congressional
legislation for tbe capture of fugitive slaves,
favor of admitting new Slave States to the
Duion. and onnosed to the unoualified ahnll.
tion of slavery in the District of Columbia
auu pi tne sluve-lrade between the States?" 1
i f , 1
IlC0NPITI0N0FTHitVlKOINlA Cuorg. The
most distressing new comes up from all por.
tionf of Virginia, of the ravaf-es of the joint
worm. The Woodstock (Shenandoah) Ttnth
Legion say s:' ' "' ';''' ' '',.,' '
..The fly and iolnt worm, wa are an,rv in
within the past two weeks, have proved
destructive to the irrain croDa itt tliia
county, that not much over one-half au aver
age crop will be realized. Many fields that
promised a fine yield a few days ago will
scaruejy be wqrth harvesting. -t .
How TO IaTSDAA AaaiHTS or (Ixiuimitji
The supposed assaasia- of A man found dead
the Plea de Vapor, (a public marketplace)
Havana, recently, having escaped from a
body of police, and th tact reaohina- tha aara
the Captain-General, bis Kxoelleney gave
them, notice, that uulnas the said assitssia wn
reosntiirea within forty-eight hours, he would
bokllthe ualtee Mrunallv yeaoohiihla
course, the man was rearrested iu th given
A Chinese Dinner Served in Style.
:r . "u,es as large, un oeing broken
tiun piaitic covering made ofllour,
wealthy merchant of San Fran
cisco, recently gave a dinner to some of (he
prominent citir,cn, consisting of fourteen
courses, or which the 8an Francisco Herald
TU I . 1.
wi ;2n..cn.tne m?
swanow louna in the Ind a seas, particularly
in the Island of Sumatra. The nest is the
Bhape of a common swallow's nest1 and Is
"boutthesixeof a gcWsegg, anThi the
... u.D,UVt; ,viiii:u ii is com
posed is not known, but it ia supposed to be
the spawn of fishes, gathered by the bird, or
a secretion elaborated from, the body of the
j.,,,, hubhv are inose gathered
before the young swallows are hatched, at
Which time they are pure and white. These
nests are found in caverns and almost inac
cessible places, rendering it impossible for
any uue hi coucci mem wno has uot been
reguiariy Drought up to the bnsiness.
lA..ik. u: i. . . ...
! u. mm a nmt uisu s snarK a hns. n
great ueucacy witn tne titunese, was d need
v.. .uo u.uii;, ii uu a nut, muBiy Lavor,
by no means nalatahln tn nnlaide KrKn-;..n.
i.i . UI. T. I 1 - , ...
Another course of some Chinese prepara-
- 'i ... mw. inn, vunaiBting oi stewea
duck, wound up the meats, making fourteen
Courses in all. Then came the ileuert
sisting of Chinese cakes, tellies and pates of
iiuo, mi w wuicn were served up
at one time, ; The bread consisted of two
kinds, one iu small loaves, about as large and
looking just like a moderate
peeled mushroom. They were exquisitely
baked lu layers which detached twm i!
Other like separate pancakes. Both of these
euruioi Dreaa were Biigntly sweetoned,
wuu ivtuiicu Liin iikfuu n.if ti
A Chinese Dinner Served in Style. Wonderful Escape of a Brakeman from a
i Air. Pillnhlirv. a hriLlreman nn ,1. - t' 1
- J w...m ,wm u UIICMIU
P. 1. TI 1 . . . . .
! Iu attemntiuif to shackle the rare he irnt
raiugui uy ma oeau oeiween tne "Dultors," by
the rebound of the care as they suddenly
stopped. The blow forced in his skull over
his left eye, so as to fracture it and press in
several pieceB. Notwithstanding this severe
.iuTT, .men uue would nave supposed, suf
ficient to Droduce instant death he ,-,.
n-amcu euuiB uiBiauce, ana got into a wagon
for the purpose of proceeding to a phvsiciun
to have his wound dressed: but the nmn wlm
WHH UI nriVft. Itl. tlli-ninrr iiniuif AJ A J
mm out into the road. Ha thn rnnlnH.
upiuo on io raris in toe train, which he did
apd ther Drs. Danforth and R list were nnti.
salted, and he concluded to come Into Port
land. Dr. ilugt aocomDanied him tn. Fal
mouth; tbere the Doctor met and toik- the
Dr. Robinson was in attendance' at the
uepot on nis arrival nere, by request of Mr,
Corscr, and he was taken to the house of Mr,
Albert F. PUlsbury, a connection., Here Dr,
Robinson, assisted by Dr. Gllman and others,
wnose namea we enuM nnt )-.... J
. , ,.v ivwu, 1QUIUTCU
the fractured portioiu of his skull, ohloro-
iw m uaviug ueeu nrst auministered. , ,
We learu that vesterdav he wuiiHn;.,Jv.ii
add strong hopes were entertained that he
might recover. If such ehould be the cane.
WO ShOUld lOOk UUOIl it Mn nf lh.
that a man's head should be caught as Mr!
wpmienui raiirooa escapes that ever occurred.
a wno, winy Between me ouners of
care, and a car standing still on the
trucK, receiving the full force of an,.), u hinu.
without being instantly killed, seems almost
lucrouiuie ; yet me lacis are as we have given
them.' ' .i : ... ,
Id . '
Well. The late English pupers tell a storv
OIKUULAR AHEbKRV'ATION Off. A .1 Rll.n iu .
a remarkable character, to the following
v.u .1, vuo ui tue: interior towns Of Uin
glhud two gentlemen, on an exploring expe
dition, were peerinsr down a well, when one
them distinguished the voice ol a child in
distress. After satisfying themselves that
there was Indeed eome one in the well, they
procured aid, and a boy, stimulated by the
debcend, and was lowered to the bottom. He
foAnd there a living child a few mohths old,
vi a, uuuuBuuie re warn. nnnHemtMi t..
v . .7 r - ' "
T,mu nee uiuuub ui tue suriaoeg ana found
?ali,h.j ,? nj5real Mlou8n n9ar1
'ihed for want of food. A youug woman
the neighborhood is susnected nf flavin rt
lowered the child by a oord to the bottom of
111 awraall nr1 IAlAAl A. . . .
ttoaa, uuu wiij ix uicnj vo perisn it ui
.nugut mat it bad been there for nearly two
uenci viaaci, b n no uiBUUVBrcu.
I , :. -.. -.Hi ).,-, -..A
DARGAA Olf! Patiho llWn.ni P..,
CoJiPLiMBNT. A Conductor, on oue of the
railroads terminating iu .Wheeling. Va was
disbiissed from the road last week for having
Innocently complimented a lady on his train
the Cinderella-like exqulsiteness of a lit
tle'foot which she exnosed hevnnil the f,.l.l.
her crinoline. The company held that if
iwVre ofltTif nouVnoTart of?h. Con1
inuj ow pretty ioot sue was probably
auetor s auty to inform her of the fact. The
coihpany were right. No one but an im-
wiiow wouia, peine a stranger,
havo taken such an unwarrantable liberty. .
RMtraaan it T.nitia
The London Ourf Journal says
' the Empress of the French, who is
known to take trreat intercut, in Nm..i.h
politics, at an evening- reception at the Tuil
leries lately, held a warm discussion with the
Spanish Embassador.,. Persons near say her
Majesty was reproving the Spanish Govern
ment for, what she thought, too much severity
toward Ortega and hia companions. At last
empress caueo, the r.iuperor to give hi
opinion. His Majesty said he could not sup
port her views, and bowed politely to his
Excellency of Spain, whereunon the Em
supposed to have been snubbed. ' A
t . -I- ' ' -wrr
Tim Doo-hkadhd A PI A SlNODLAB Ami.
A .fine specimen of the ape family
calld cynocenhU,.or-dog-headed, baa been
prenented to the Zoological Gardens of Mar
seilles by. a skinner.. The. animal ia aaid tn
prodigiously strong,, And qualiy savage.
nemaae aesperatav eUorts to seise some of
sailors to whom he had a dislikw, and a
strong iron chain waa neneaaarv to m-
him. They were even oblitred tn saw
some of his canine teeth... Hia .nnu....
vary odd. the head beintrexeeediiml I....-
OiuaaIb occupying two-thirdsof the whole,
eyelids flesh colored, the limbs elongated
Mender, and the tail the same dimension
the body, . . u tt..t i'ii 'ni t ...,!,.. ,
1 " 'I 1 WMM 1 I1 ll l i, ,,li .I'll'
A Volumi wi ValuaAla No At a
recebt sale at Ghent of the library of a pro
fessor named Rasinan,. one of the persons
present, in examining a volume, found In It
fewer than twelve bunk notes of lOOf
The auctioneer took possession of the
and the volume was then sold.
' ! 'I'lii'iift . . Lu.a. ii I nil", iii in ii im i
HtTTTKk AKB'Hllltil.f!.ia.vTh. dul,.J
statistio of Ashtabula County, in thisStnti
returned- by th Assessor for1 1859, show a
Of 2.90b'2Ul boundil ofaluaa valued .t
WX464; and 705,Wpouuds of butter, valued
98,810. Totol valu of butter and cheese
302,275.".' i-t o.i. -n. i i. ui.,.
"' " illitli.iHi . OillMlla
GATa-HlMGH. IVin the linna 1' aaiu.
of tTto( It ia recmtrn ended to eut a
nrr.w nn the shnnkj anil aeraw n .
Jost. Enough of it .houiuVoe tefV oil., to
when the gut sags the screw can be
turned ll) further,
Further Indian Troubles on the Texan
i From the San Antonio Texan of the 14th
ult., we extract the following: i.. !
Information has been received at tbe De
partment headquarters to the effect, that on
the 18th the rancho of Mr. Johnson, on the
San Felipe, was attacked by a party of two
hundred Indians. . ; .
ir" ''nn80,, having dispatched an express
to l ort Clark, calling upon the commander
w. um, punk ,oi nesiBituice, toe tatter at onoe
suinea ior tne scene of action; he fouud
however, on hia arrival, that the Indian. h.A
Jell on the evening previous, after killing
two Mexicans iu Mr. Johnson's employ, who
moio nuiauig utoiii tnree nines from the
rancho. The troopa followed the trail of tho
Indiana for about ten miles when all fracas
uinappearea, J no guide pronounces the party
... wen iruiupuai.il ui vomancnes and
Major French, who waa in command of the
scout, report that about one hundred In
dians havo gone down the country in the
direction of the Pendcnria. . A mounted
party of troops has been sent In pursuit from
Fort Dnncan, and it is to be hoped that the
Indians may be overtaken ' hw them n k
Uie scouts from the mounted garrison of
Fort Inge and Camp Lawson, which the com-
manaers oi taose stations will, no doubt, im
mediately dispatch on receiving the above
intelligence. . ,., , , , .
! From the Herald of the same date we ex
tract the following: - ., ; ,;
! We are permitted to copy from a letter of
m, menu to a gentleman in this city, entirely
reliable, the following items of Indian news.
The letter la dated May 18. It says that
lost Bunday Lieut. Green was ordered ont
With twenty-six men, about half counted,
to Howard's Spring, where be waa to leave
the wagons and scout from that point. He
returned the following day, having seen no
Indians, but having discovered several trails,
oue very large, which, as half his men were
On foot, he was not able to follow.
I Lieut. Green left McGoffin's train camped
At Johnson's Run. The train was attacked
About an hour after Lieut. Green and party
left, by a party of about fifty Indians, who,
yelling aud whooping, attempted to stampede
the mules, but failed, as the animals wero too
well hoppled to run. '
! The tight was a spirited one, lasting about
fifteen minutes. The Indian were well
armed with guns and six-shooters, aud
charged bravely. It resulted in the disper
sion of the savages, with the loss of five
horses killed aud one taken, and three In
dians severely wounded and taken off in
their retreat. : The train .sustained no loss
whatever. , ,
J On the 19th an escort returned from Camp
Stockton, that was sent up with Colonel
Scwell. They report that between the Pecos
River and the Escondido they saw two men
CrOSSine- the road. Who. aa aonn iu Uu.
the wagons, turned and ran back off the
road. Col. S. ordered
posed Indians running with all their might.
Oue was shot and died the next day,' aud the
other surrendered. They proved to be run
away negroes, and said they came from Red
R,iver, and belonged to Mr. Jones. , . . . .
The Japanese Embassy at the Presidential
j - - '""J
to the Japanese Embassy "ta said to have
greatly pleased the "distinguished strangers."
ine Washington State says: : '
The Embassadors have been driven about
the city that they might leave cards at the
residences of the Senators.' The eard.'
pieces oi muioerry-barlc paper, about Bix
inches long by three, on each of which were
inscribed the namea nf the three l.'iml. i.
Japanese aud in Enirlish cliarnciem. Th
are now formally installed iu the diplomatic
corps at our republican court.
On their recent visit to market they were
u9i.k.wu ti i iu uje i.i . i mm exiinaen i..r ...
anA,A.A : i "in: . '
... v. ii. maul cAi.muiuLiuus oi stir
tiriae Tl... KoL-h.-Dra,.,. . .
r..uv. uuwu.d cliid i li,-r tiiiueuuwnv
rom in disgust, but thev made a carnfnl
amination of the fish market, being eaters of
..w. uuj iavr. . a. giirnnuo uiuiout, Drought
from Boston market in ice, was to them a
marvei, dui tney recogniied rock fish, floun
ders, crab and lobsters. ' Terrapins seemed
familiar, as did chickens, pigeon and ducks.
Butter and cheefla thev reiruwled riK :u-
ference, as they use no dairy Droducta. or
even milk. The vegetables they examined
carefully, recognizing turnip, radishes, peas.
beet, carrots, lettuce and potatoes. All of
inese tney are very fond or. and the Trnired
States Agricultural Society la having pre
pared for them a collection of garden seeds to
carry to Japan.., They say that our rice Is
not equal to theirs, but that our vetretablea
better. Strawberries, now abundant
here, they do not fancy.
After breakfast' on Friday tha narlw re
ceived their "week1 washing," from the steam
laundries of the hotel. There were upward
five hundred pieces, and the "washing
Hb(," written, in Japanese characters, was a
curiosity in itself; The diraitariea wear
under garmouts of raw silk, while those of
tun i-nutiuera axe oi cotton. ., .,'. :
The Peculiarity and Necessity of Sleep.
is no fact more clear! v eatahli.lmH in
physiology of man than this, that the
brain expands its energies and itself during
hours of Wakefulness, and that those are
recuperated duriutr aleem if the FAniineratinn
does not equal the expenditure, the brain
withers this is insanity. Thus it is that, in
early English history, persons who were con
demned to death by being prevented from
gleaning always died raving maniac.., thus it
also, that those who are starved to death
become insane: the brain is not
they can not eleep. Th practical In
ferences are the: 1. Those who think
most, who do most brain, work, require
most sleep. 2. That time saved from neces
sary sleep is infallibly destructive to mind,
body, and estate. 3. Give yourself, your
children, your servants give all that are
under you the fullest amount of sleep they
take, by compelling them to go to bed
some regular early hour, an J to rise in the
moment they wake, and, within a fortnight,
nature, with almost the regularity of the
rising sun, will unloose the bands of sleep the
wants of the system. 1 "f his ia the only
and sufficient rule; and a to th question
now mucn sleep any one requires, each must
q rule for himself) great Nature will nover
to write It out to the observer under the
regulation just given; l iv,:.'. .v..
'1 1. ,U " 1 .Mil ii.ila.a.1 in, ii fmrAH-o on '
ChANSINU OH nminuaw Heir fir W CI
Chapning says of children: "I look an
blooming, smiling child, aa I do on the earth
spring, whea covered with verdure- And
flowers I am delighted, and 'aloiott fboget
uncertainties cf the futur in the beauty
Joy of the present moment. Put I soon
reeo)lect that tha blossom is not the fruit;
there is nothing permanent In this gay
scenery; that th harvest is at a distance;
i the valuable qualities of the heart and
mind ripen but slpwly, almost insensibly;
jtbey are exposed to a thousand adverse
influences, that must be iaaarded and cher
ished with tender caret aud that after ail, we
reap but sparingly where we have sown
With a liberal hand. Tha hardnat h
tub nightef infauoy.. i In every home, howu
everlrude,. however sl(wdd,HUueeVuiig a'
embraced with sincere lyve ,ad that in the,
'VShildf Th" yonng woman . pf
fashiba,, whose afftwititjus have been diatripatiid
fsla iJajMtAiraa, berxMBea anoUiar perstn.'
Blja clasps h,er infant in lier aims. .Newi,
tenderness tills hi r bosom; now solicitudes
hope spring up. Sh learn to live in
happiness of this little dependent crea-
I .... :
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RATES 'dP, 'ADV&TX3XI-.1,
rxanivryai o.ubxx.. '
Adi.rtlMW.tto tmt .xMdl( fw'riha.'du,...!;
tossiz&!i uiiixs&n si
Mrger wlTertlMnea !neextUtiu fcltowtat
far atBtxAlM ? IJ. l
. wwu atuesAj uw lmm jj(
an lie nranrnea aone. with aeatneaa sad
VHEELER & VILS0N'S
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IIIClCr OPKRA HOU8H:
CIKOIlTNATi'. '"'"'' ..;
AVIS,,.0? THE fimttO TVtt '
V Wh-oier A Wilaon Sewing Machine, with ha- .
Aortant iuiroTemtnte. and tn mnet th- h.h.h .
VSt, l?J?rtfd r"T Machine hare lotrodooW a
I l,W HTVli A. working upon the earn, prlnelple. and
making the aame atltch, though not ao LlahSlln.
lihed, at Flny-riVB boLLABd. TT W ,
Tho elegance, apeed, noiaeleaanrea and aftnnltcttf of
the Machine, th. beaaljr and Mrength of etltca. be- t
Jng Alias on both sinxa, impoaalbl. to raTelaoA .
earlug no chain or rldoe oa the under aide, tha .
onoiuy of thread and adaj
thread and adaptability to tha
fabric, haa rendered toll tha a
popular family, Hewing Auch
. moat Me- 1
chltt. now '
At our varloua ofllcea wa m!1 .( K.. w.. r
and give instruction., free of charge, to enable par.
chawra to at ordinary aeant., hem, feU, .niTt, -r
gather, bind and tuck, all on th. earn. maUiUM. aoa
Warrant It for three yearn. '
lara, price., tmllmonlala. etc.
i nana or can ior a circular -contalolaf full pertiee.
WJU. SCMNXR ek OO.
No. 3 SEWING MACHINE
chlnee, that they will do
vhwm vwiETf or wwi: " 1,1 '
1 WIU DO MORE WORK, AND ' ! '
I ' " ' Wilt DO IT IB BETTEr) TrU '
Than can b. done on any other Hacblne. IIKO. "'
H'S PAMILT AfACaiNBS, S09 sat) BfS. ' ' ' rl
aWCiacuuiatl pace. No. 8 Gait oai-th..nreet. ; r
roaao ay,, JA8. 8KARD0N, Airnt, 'j
: Improved Double-threaded "
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES I'
! No. "12 West Fonrth-otrect. ',".!',
lfiifoHiW?5 iZXA S .
bilnre purchaalug elMwhere. ' '
JOTJVET Ac CO, Jtvxtta,
mys-cm 1 No. 731 Weet Poarth, np ttatra. ' :
$30. ' $30. v)$30. $80. '
Thlrty-Dollar Doubl. Iock4tltoh ' ' ' '
Family Sewing Machines
yuCDBBD Br JKBCKNT LKIHB8 PAIMTTi I'
goen It, to be th. bait and meet Ue.rre.oU 1 tSLor
nowlng Machine ever introduced, HKO.lLDl.x-e oa)
mica. It will aaw all t.n.l. r X'-".""'!""!
the rery thlckeat to tbe very dneat ttbrlo. inai. aaj
awe all kind, of thread, from No. S tojuoT
o OH it u$d im top o th Mactuot. n l ' ; , ;
Sfnd for a circular, or call and aee It la operation.!
iMureV av'"cu,1i sut nd County rLihti mm?
An energetic peraon can m.ke a fbrtan. in e ahar !"
time. AgeuU wanted In .11 uueold Territory. "
Bole .ndexcliialreaflent for the Tilted atata.. ! .i
aeplt-tf l2 Wct Fynrth-alreet. Clnolnaatf. ;
JK.a TQFJSHS & co.f
t . VABHlONAill
NO. 149 WAlXfTRSlIT. ' '
OSS.98 T.8, AT J,D
An inepectlon eollclted. .
pit. MItIT WELIsS,
I BSSISENT DBNTtST, "'"-'
Sev.uth and Vine and baoa, Cmclntiati, 0.
l tIST OP PBI0K8 rolt PLATE WOBE i "
rtul upper or lever Ml ol teath-aiaun..n- j .,
gold, 35 : TUlcanlle, : allW.flA. . .i .. '.
Small gold plug, each T.;.....
apirim , TEEMS OAAH.
COAL COOKDfG STOVE
It II .'ll S-P l iV "''.''. i!l ;. .
-,u , FOUR SIZES, t. ,.:.',' :
, ' l''. 'I Mfit ',1 i' t'.i.Ui.f: v ll HI J.;r
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ifAXCrAOTVBKD A0 T01 'BALI BY 1
CAMPBELL, ELLISON & CO.,
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Rfti ' : f r's
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no, ia ft 21 Eai8tofdHt.,
llato'8 Bell and Crass FouiidiT.
Work end finitt n Ct.iapoition -Cwrtini
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ran. aiku vu naua. Bttijliltt
kftd every (.eecrlptlon of
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ParioulAratWntltiIiTeaMbteambatWck,oti''' ' 11
"rfeuMroaFlpiiiaud If illliuii put wsAtaaas I, .,
Water Jaua., ao racking, WliinlML . 1
etker vaiieti". a
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ugiu. i. -iu, ac uA.ageciieea-, Uooke aaat 'un
llnaaiway. on land.
. in'i.i m xrt.it i
U .'clook M., Jme.ll, lmu. Air uak f,lf
i to the ftxlb Dl.trlcf SOiid HL-Z2. .... :
By .nler of I
aa uiaciiicallout aew j. die. ' "
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