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CINCINNATI 1T5ATT.V vnvr
KENH Y UMEI) Jc CO.,
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'iiwraum it uirwinaatl, Oorlajtoa ami
rirroonrtlng aitles and towns, at ' "'
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4 taTrrsiaif;i ss''
Monday, June II. and tuestfov. J.'ma
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M'LLE ADELINA PATTI,
" MAD. STHAKOSCH,
,, Tha tminent Uontnito
u cremicai lonor id America! ,
Th mmt famom Bullons in America)
Ba.altlialbaVlMritM. - .
J"0? ''uytahiid Vocallnti of the abore.
uPaS-'Vik' w " " priot-
- wminwww qnna 1U
f ,Il, Postume,
AND WITH APPROPRIATE SCENERT.
OH flfOPrBAtjbSE 11,' AND TUKBtUY,
riooitmaii or nimui'i i1muaJ r if
1. TUo principal (rem. of Hie Unit act of
. . . LOCIAla J,AatMf IIJI60K.
f aV-TA"":-;"""" v Adelln. Pattl
l.?IFfe""-Vr- 8lnor Brigooll
r ttr. ...t-,, 1
' ii JTA VUKITA.
"V 'JKSS': .".-.... AtonMeor,
v. ui.ira wun miiu aria iron
I rtl ","';", ; V Mon.lenrJunca
f..J..........t..V-i..ll A.lcllna P.itH
:'iv,'?:-iv;i-u-r ; ..wignor f orn
MI.. Adelln Patt
paouBAiiMi! or iiiMMr'i ruiuutKu,
I. oceuu and romanKt from , ,
v UBNANt.""' '' '
3. Tho famoVliber7y'3'uetto 'rom . . .
,"1"0- : Simor Perrl
. ,m.m i'.il iH,BOVA0Klf. ';ltt'l U )
K?.S?.""",T--'-w...MI" Adellna Pattl
Vi . nauaiue etrakotcb
11 Oontunda una!!!r
JJf dKuonSW "1!?"'" Pr-
r MAURICK MTRAKOWH, , .,
TOO director and manacer of the Italian Opera of
tho Academy otMuslo tu Maw Kork.
rinvra ur ADMISSION :
""w. circle, rarsuette and Firat Tier..l 00
Ufti 1417 HHW.H.MiH.HiHH '.., fffl
Heati for both or either of the two operatic per
formance, can be aecured without extV.
itoniuieucina thin morning at A. M at tho Box
Offlce, and fii the evening at the door.
Order, n-vm the country for eocured ieat will ro.
iuo price oi cicicute.
Una Uporafcoaw, incloeiug
"Muw. l'iiUI rand Uoacert Book uit Photo.
graiA 4c aal, at peter. I Am', Miilc Storeprio.
TtlEUTij.JuM,, a7 LLaLKaT
IjeH.ee. , T
Jr.. iol Aanaaer and
Paior. or ADMiMioK.-Dreai Circle and Paroiwtta.
00 oenaal Gallory, 'is cenU.
OBANw or IiMi.-IooriopoBatro'clockt enrtaln
-VT' i J V- I V- I.
OOMPtUtMNTABr BKNKKIT TO KB. B. .f.
- v -y P0WEB8, . ,
On which) eccatlcS-Th ruoeeaafnl tragedf of The
Mr. HABRV W. OOH8IN, the roun Traj
appearance la aeveral year.7!
vsjimw, -ti r, n ir.it na.
and will make hU nr(
- -w. v. tMu iie miiniiauie iano.
?"HK"B nl n Amateur will llltm-
mw au. vi true leocinff.
EVENnfrt.' Jono't.' wilt be i
mj a, in . ruveni, eutiiieu
Till FATALIST i
0b, Vmiosii or iiir Jforum. . ,
rlt. htoii, K. . t. M. PoweWj Don Miguel, Mr. Lnnir.
ler i'fherese, Mia Annie Waite 77 . - 7 .
Oaptafn dpHBltKB knd an Amateur in tho nolta
art of triMftaoiiig; , .. . i..;mi..
Cantal A,Mi)NTBtn Minloal Olto.l r A M !T
to couciuua wiin tncdunw, s Ikmioti sailed
W'M"" Morrtoer.Mri Hanr Com In : Adam
V lutarUjn, Mr. Kll.l.r Vilford, Mr. Bead i Lady
Uea.Mra,41l,l... ,r ,..,,.,
" "t wu.it . uhi ill uui cny w;
appearance un apy ifage.
JaT flli FART K TO BB GIVEN BY
on the t;uA3iriON Ko. a, to PABL0B GBOVK,
"1 t 4 V53'I'i
r.,!..' .ut ... 1 ..i
city will make her Drat
JL BitJili.lVhoWonVI.Walnttt.i rT
A GRAND FLORAL CONCERT
, Rl l -AWP-A li .1
yi'ifclA'r? Opr-Boi'; on irhrjjAV
.iBiiitu,u,ia,uf uie vunuren oi lue man and
jiiiioiuiAi(.vr nullum, ui .iuviuuati, uutlor Ibe ul
rectJonof-Me. MAoONnibarla onward or Sre
ThisauhiaiiiaB4 repMBontSikS pasSaA. t.Xj -
.i in if. 11 Frrr.rrT ,nrr'
Which is founded on a cuatom of crowning with a
wreath of roaaa the maiden who haa, during the
year, been uuijd the nwet, dutiful to hot pareqU
aaaia WIIIVI AAA una IfCUO 1 1UI
Ita luued her prorlamatlon amonc all nations, and
has madeMupls preparations for a largo 00 iu puny of
Shepherds and Bheaherleaaea.
Vlower. jarrbilaou;1 AeoWhL twna ; Bavarian'
jiroom uu i., uipniee, UDoora of tho United Htates
Army and Navy.
Grand Preparatio'nfoP me Coronation
QUEEN bP THE DAY.
t4iKiiVii ;,tp th. jwivu' ,; '
A MAGNIFICENT RKSTINp-PLACK IN
' ,t.MiitT WOOJsl1..,i,..n,,-.i ,
Baoh company, on ttelr vtMM will ling the
oharaotaAigiio songa of their aountryi" 1 t.'r ,
Erected in the1 mlilat M k ui Wautlful Garden.
For a jit nttp.1. of scanary, Widants, gjo., ate pro
gramme of the day.
N. B.-riawii.fft Uii.aaJ Jwln be'ileo.
orated la aa.Aite.At iruiiAib .aiaanea viUe4Maii1fttlt
Kouol.hu, a( JbtKAL WAiJ-l-j. V.toon. Bvert
Vreeu., U.rlanil., Ac, awaking ;l una brau4 lweua of
.Fairy Kucbuntmeut. , . ,
Doom open at 7 o'clock,. Performance to com
nenceatSpreeliwly. , .... . ,
'i'aita. or Auniuiog-i.tlrA4 Circle, 30 cental
lalUry, tM oauta. . jam
eaaou, for r-fue-
irtnan or Burleetino
la atTW for rout iur the Btuuiner
triOaU Frfc)rmucw, 4 t on
prwi ate, ,(s,ijrAfty tkaNiailoa
K st lout TaoaUr Suiidln,
Sf camera-, ire. t,
ir,,rt,.T,,,,1fTU,,tnA y;',fM '.,..,.,, ,,.a,-m.;,.,...,i, ,g w:r ! .n" A.nnr-vtrrr -v?r tv,i rft.i I .mvtn b nerT , ,,n fX:r,I.,.n v. . 'f -
'a tak. hc I rilTkt'l, .AV tun v, , I j V '- ' '.., , . . .i . i-r-t . , . ,
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VOL. Ill, NO. 103. i ; ; CINCINNATI. TinrusT) a y mkNTva tit vi? t ioa ' t,t,t
SggB!?g 1 " "t't AUUU... ,.,,,, .., X VJlliiM.
SMITH & NIXON'S HALL.
I ' to ON WKKK OULT, " '
Commenolng Monday, June 4,
Sanford and his Opera Troupe.
j : - .. ... .-,. '. .. v w .
pieiodlout Songi, Danoat and Refrain.
MtiTTim auaaulT miantea featar fji.i. rHf tM. i
w . . ana i r. ai. tjoiumbna Accommodation,
4 P. M. Xania Acoommadatloti, a p. Mi '
OlXCriniATI, BaHILTOH Am DlTTO (I mlnnU.
falter than City time. a A. M., lOilo A. M., ,30
P. M. and P. M. Hamilton Acoonunodatlati, 8 A,
Ohio Ann Mmiuirrt-411 mlimtea .low ,..
City time, 4iil9 A. M. and Si3S P. M. Loulirrllla
Accoaamoamion, m r, m. ; Ii i'lr ii )
lKDIANArOLU Alfft CiNOINKATI SHOn-LlNK m
.""".r iu vny lime, I 0I4O A. At., UlOQ
a. m. ana D f. in.
MasimA A OmoiKiaATi 4-rf mlnkta f.a. .v...
vuy iime,j oi A. M. and 3i30 P. M. .
CoVlHOTOIf AMD LaXIMdTfllf I (Ml. tint. 1 JIE.K A
CINCINKATI, BroUMOND AMD Innl.lin, A
Lrrru Miai-3i50 A. M., 8 A. M.. 1 1 .OA A. st
and 4i40 P.M.
IOHI0 AMD MiaaiHim-OiSS A. M.. 1 !.! P nr
B . ...A Dm.
--.OIUU 11,1. j
ClNOIIIHATf, HAMIITOM AdDaTTON-,AA l.U!
10i40 A. M., 1 P. M., 0i30 P. M., Ti35 P. M, and
iMDiAMArotn' ko' OiMonniATt-lOilS A. M
4 P. M, eud 11,43 r. M. , , ... , ., ,
Makiktta AMD OlMOTXHATI-lOlOa A. M." and
Bll3 P. M.
GoVINOTOM AMD LaxiMflrnM1 A M Bnj
4i58P. M. L . . .
ClNCIKNATI, lllCHMOMD AMD IHKIAMATOLI. TlAJl
A. m.,i r. n., 0i;tO r. II.
TRAINS ARRIVE. VARIETIES.
The value of the crane crnn nf nalifnrnia
for the rear, .8VX i MtimtteA at $6,000,000.
A cartro of corn, for Irelnnrl wan ahlnna1
direct from Richmond, Vft, last week.
I loe Corner-stone of a "Home for thn FYlond-
Ibbs" wag laid in Baltimore a few dava ain
The sale of Dublic lands nf tha TTniin
States In twenty-eeven years have realized
over $136,000,000. v.y. i . ,.
'A house waa blown down in P.nn ('mini.
N. 0., last week, and two women, Catharine
Clyde and her young daughter, were killed.
Jamel R.Pell. while shootino-
near Ovcda. K. x.. last week. hnt. hi
firtaUy. , ' ' - ....... ...
The black lcnroBT. a terrible dldejufl
municated by a Chinaman,, ig said to have
broken out In New York city.: - . , '
Thfrdamare in th
this State, occasioned bv the recent tornado1
ie esinated ;at pO.ooo., J"r.?'- 1 s V
THe nloDtcri of ILert Rivar an.aarnii.tlJ
nreparing to connect themselves by rail with
Lawrence McCormick. dnrlnV
Ubbed Thos. Dougherty fatally, near Kich.
hviau, T,eujtriwownra, -
Dr. C. H. llilrbv. while tniunn' atrnrlr M
A. O. Scott on the head, near New Brighton
x-cuoa, last weoic, ana caugea nil death.
Daniel Slavin walkAd nnt nf a. lttnto
nig residence, in i-hiiimeinhiii in hie sin.n
few nights ago, and was fittally jbjurt,
Calvin D. Scott, a nrintnr. rnmmlttdil ant.
cide . in the office of tha Cnrtil Dtmuirmi .1
v 1 1 . m 1 .1 1 . 1 . 1, . "
Atuabwu, warrinuu, py cuvuog OlB.mroai.,
Benson J. Lossintr ig "abont itnrtlno- nn
tour to collect original sketches to Illustrate
urn TKia hook of im nor of luia, .
" It is said that the defaulting New York
mauuraier, r owier, is aoout to enter into the
wutiuioaiuu uusiiieag in jiavana.
Henry Hall, a sailor, 'while laboring under
a iu ui acunum trement, cut nis tliroat witn a
razoA ln-New York, a day or two ago, and
uicia u piiur. uine. ; . . ; 1. ,1
A neOTO glava allot hia wifa npar Aililiann
'Aia.. a few davs ainrta. nn rlinpnvAeinir t.
Vtngagod la in intrigin With her master. The
woman, can notnurvive. K, , , , (, :, .
The other 'hight a number of students at
u'tinu .uuivarBi.j woro arresieu ny tne
ponce ana locked up for riotous and disor.
ueny conauci, , . , , ; r
The hill of South Carolina and Oonrcrla.
ra Mnlill.luI..J....uJ lil i . t .
One wine grower, Dr. McDonald, hag already
inety acret planted with the grape. ; .
Th J'We daughter of. Mtx KCIemena ,of
tTroeimuurg, reiin., waa Kiuea tne otner day,
by falling upon a saucer she was parrying,
out t"wtu. w .in an unr hovia. ' .
A man want to CariieMier'u rTntl. In Naur
Jersef. reoentlt. (with two ehildran. lnaan1
jema ui our uutu ui wnom ne mere
aoanaonea,' going away alone.' -' ; ;, ' '
In a farallv named Onislev. in Wnlwnrth
.. trnr r 7i. :"VIiL7 - i . '
wwu.j, uieiuurui tun urumerB ana IWO
sisters hn,ve committed suicide during the
fast ten y.srs. t. i. a t .
Caroline: Ferris, whose mysterious disap
pearance from Saratos-a Bnriuca some wae.ka
aw vauseu apprenensions mat sne was mur
dered, has Mturned up" in Syracuse, N. Y., as
A fire recently broke out In thn wnnli nf
josenn i araiev. neat Miitotd. Dak. and hafnv
could be suppressed burnt oyer eight acres
uewiy ciearea iana. "tl -' -
Cooke, the circus maiuurer. has nrTnrnd Tnm
cavers an engagement tor twelve months at
BO a week and all expenses, to travel with
him, and appear fin the cirisle.,, . j
It is estimated that more than two-thirda
the money used by the emigrants now leav
ing Ireland waa furuished by relatives in this
country. , ; A
Tn int..WiKn 1 V.. - f..... nl',.. ' ..l.!i.
. vm.iuuie, M UJ.D1IIVV, OU11U
John Davis, about two years old, died from
eating .the .composition : off some Lucifer
matches. ' " . . , . ,
The (treat moiinttot ta dav. in Paris, is an
Englishmani ' and he ftt more run after by the
fitshionable ladies than the French milliners
were. . ..--.;;.,.-.,
Qlnl...K Bln.11 .l.A At..'
prlestrtor asBlstiug'' at me celebration of the
Veum, at Bologuo, la honor of the Sardin
ian Constitution, has been prosecuted by the
pAitqontea .povernment,, , , , :
It is stated tliat the Grand TrunV R:iw.
Company have leased of the Michinan Cen
tral Railroad Company their , road, ground
fixtures for the term of nine hundred
f.nety-nit,ev i,w,i )M;f
Tlte travel pn'ake Champlain ia very
lively this season, tbun.l'ar, 4ntfs the opening
the' hotels at Saratoga next month will
further Increase the rush through the
Jewels Worn by Nobility at the Queen's
Jewels Worn by Nobility at the Queen's Drawing-room.
English papers by the last arrivals are
filled with descriptions of royal and noble
toilets, so that it Is difficult to 01-en a nrintd
Bbeet without being struck with the glitter of
jeweis or me luster of sntin. Here are a few
ratner neat things in the wav of ornamenU:
A the drawing-room the Duchess of North-
"""f1" wore, a tiara or diamonds of the
most costly character, nearly three Inches in
depth; she also displayed a superb necklace
Of Sl1117llVKtrmA mamnnt-la. n .1.. l.
Uuchess of Buccleugh bad a complete suit of
amamlri. mnA .1 1. 1- . .L. t V .
"-- viiii. me mrges. emeralds
were about the size ot a half-crown niece, and
were, worn u the i bunt. The Duchess of
Wollluoton had a Ann tir. un,l ui
. ' ' - - .....wmiu iil.(,lllfB. D ui
.iuB'""no uiamonos. Mrs. McGarel dis-
limjou m mauuiui necRlac or large apphlres
set with diamonds. Viscountess Fielding's
diamonds were very fine, and arranirtd on
light blue velvet, which encircled the head,
the neck, and corsage. The Countess of Yar
borough had a deep bandeau of diamonds
around the head, which was sot In the pat
tern of the Grecian fret.
a ne countess of Dalkeith's suit was of
mj inrtrB lurniiniMM. ant. with
The Duchess of Roxburghe's diamonds and
rubies were verv fine, and Lady Caroline
Burgess s emeralds were remarkably large.
The Marchioness of Londonderry's diamonds
were maemficonL nonuiai.inir .,c
stomacher, and necklace. The Duchess of St!
Aloan s wore a parUcularly beautiful dhv
mond necklace. Barnnaaa Itrimnnw k.J
Iffg? Eastern head-drew- of velvet, studded
with jewels. The Baroness Meyer de Roths,
child wore a splendid diamond head orna
ment in the shape of a diamond, large dia
monds forming the center oircle, andadia
mond ornament at thn hank nf tha h...i ui.
three immense drops hanging on the brow
also a splendid pearl necklace, consisting of
three rows of immense aizn. . with .
n..Ul 1 j: j . 7 , )u
,juii v Miu u luiiii, nil anti lut.r iipntu , ' i i. n
Duchess of Beaufort worn a. rlmon nil in ..,,!
trim sprigs oi aiamonas.
The Cause of Theodore Parker's Death.
nenueit rniuips, in a recent euloirv. I..
' OJ I
noston, on Theodore Parker, said:
I Why is he dcad7 ' Because he took up the
burden of three man. A fithri ..i..i. i..
enough for one taan. He filled it until the
pregnancy of his ideas overflowed into other
channels. It was not enoiiirh. His diorem
extended to the prairies. On every night of
thn wmIt t)i nun d.. i;,.H . i i i .
conquered prejudice, and melted true hearts
intO his Own nil thn hnnL-a nf Ih. U-:-nln.: :
That was enough for two men. But he said-'
7 will bring to this altar of Reform a cost-
her offering- vet." and ha cmth.r.H ti. oi.c
ii. .t" i . i. . . o " --"
ui ui literature into nis Dosom, and came with
another man's work, almost ail the thoughts
nf .11 .MM. n A 11 1 . , 1 .
"6" "Kuca, us me oacKground
bf his Influence iu behalf of the slave. He
stud, "Let no superficial scholnnthm
to arraign Reform as arrogant and empty fa
naticism. I will overtop your candidates
iiu language ana taw, and snow you, by the
nnll. nf.ll In--... 1 1 ' 1 . i- . ' " .
-ii..... v. a,, wiijjuvt, .u ngauuiness ana In
evitable necBsaitv nf inatir. nnA i:v.a-.- n
Enoutrh work for three man tn Hn .ml 1.
BH1I& unaer me ouraeul
BlBODLAB AND SERIOUS RbSCIT OP A Hu-
AK Biti. The Albany (N. Y.) JTritcA-er-6ocr,
of late date, has the followincr : i
The bite which Policeman Manning re
ceived on Friday evening from a prisoner
uMineu i-airiCK Aiuunn. nnaNmHtMl in 4U.
Penitentiary, is likely to prove very serious.
His band and arm are much swollen.' and thn
accompanying pain is Intense. Tbo swelling
imiu !.- vuinmeucca to taice enect in
ternally. His face is swollen to almost
twice its natural size, and he is constantly
begging for water. Night before last he
started out at twelve o'clock to patrol his
best, but he bad not been out over an hour
oewre ne returned, and was obliged to go
,VLd uuiuua yosteruay morning,
Officer ManUlDO- Wag found tvinir nn tha flitnr
moaning terribTy and tumbling about, so se
vere were his sufferings. Manning will bo
very fortunate if he escapes an attack of te
tanus. , Yesterday a surgical operation was
pciiuiiucu un ma unger, ana tears are enter-
uuuea mat ne may lose nis arm.
A Practical SriaiTtiAimT. A dry old
codger connected with the railroad interests,
a man who listens always and speaks little,
and was never known to arena a Imhhv oith
any body, haa lately been all mouth and ear
h a very communicative Spiritualist of the
ultra school. He listened tn
all forts of things from the other world with
so much placidity of assent, that the spir
itualist at lost believed him tn h n. nf th.
faithful.- A fow days since. the Spiritualist
said to his pupil, "The spirit of B au-
n.., ..nit i 1.,- -l-t.l J . . wtv
u uid inoii 111 ii t, ana uraeroa me to
DOrt-OW' five' dollars of VOU." for a i-neVai,,
purpose, which was named. "Yes, I know it
uia, replied ma one, "and is ut. it strongs t
the some spirit called on me half an hour
afterward, and told me not , to let you have
vou, the order I The pretended Spiritualist
hos4't been to see the old codger since.
I ' . . ..
. ROYAb J DVtNrLE BALL. Oueen Vlnti.ria
gave a juveuue Don on tne lltb ult. The
fact: that the Royal Family were In nrivuta
mourning, prevented this from being a fancy
ball.i as is usually the case; at least so the
Court Journal says; Some of thn
proanjbea tha fanciful, however, the song of
avora joaa wuBsen were in "Knickerbock
witnout, mm fmitAra. mil h tn
l as--- i . ui vwiioOf
la Zouave,- and scarlet -stockings. Two
handsome boys, the Bona of the Chancellor
toe Avxcneauer. anneared in drAawa whi..h
smacked a 'little of the Ionian Islands, and
uisj.mjcu uib wuite uresk kill, . ..
1 ' , r ' - tat i ,i a L f ,
A IUm Stbocc ahoNot Kulbd hv Liuh.
aiKOf nicnara uackey, ot Guernsey County,
mis state, was struck bv lio-ntnlnc a tw
days sinoe. The litrhtnina- struek him An ih.
right shoulder, and passed round bis body to
KniuQu., jiis - Doav -was naniv niiHtarant
fl lu ...J 1.- ilm
My i. duikidcu un win rnuuvor.
I " 1 1 '
A Good. rWanAT Countv.-. There went
38,230 , acres ' of wheat sown la Licking
County, in this State, in the fall of lam tha
TSBBIBLX DkSTITDTIOM llNlV YlIRK- urv
DuSy was found in the streets of New York,
Friday, in beastly state of intoxication
arrested, r Tbe oflioer iu - going to her
residence discovareil her four nhililrnii h..
infant six months old, and another about eight
wet uoariy ueau. rrom starvation.
I . ' .1 - - 1 .:
'A (llRh KlltXD B LIORTBINO.--A German1
tourteen years or ago, via killed by
'gumma; on saiuraay in cnicago; 1 ne llg.it
ling struck the back of her head, naaaad
ber back, set fire to her clothes, melted
metallic boons aud made a hole in the
grounu turee teet deep. .. i
I 7 sse -jni. . w, f ni
A Chuuch Btbdob av Liobtnims: Dnrino-
storm of Saturday last, Crider's Church,
Westminster, Maryland, was struck by
iikrhtninir. and aererai of the contrretratlon.
were there worshiping, stunned and
otherwise injured. -. -- '" a
. 1 " J I . 1 l I T - 1 -.-
A OlMDisa AvbioaB Oaftpbbd. A lira
Afirioan was captured, the other day, near
Barnwell, S. 0., and lodged Iu jail.t He can
ho word of English, and is supposed
have wandered off from a gang of others
belonging to Mr, Lamar, of Georgia.
Peculiarly Complicated Condition of
The following highly; important article
appears in the Journal i Debate of the loth
ulti- ' ' ' ' ; ' .
i Every one endeavors to deny that
huropean conflagration is possible, and yet
it cannot be concealed that every one fears
it. Europe has rarely found herself in such
a singular position. There are five or six
powers which know hot whether they ought
to act with a view to war or to peace, to vote
railways or armaments. Who holds the
thread of so many complications T Whence
can arise this general war, in which no one
believes, but every, one appears to expect?
Between what adversaries will It first hurst
forth, if it does do so? Who will be enemies?
who allies Lwhat is to be fought for? This
State of. I"" xntaintv is mora nartlrtulurlir
striking iu tm( country of eternal uncertain
ties Gormany. In spite of all the rumors
Which clash with each other, notwithstand
ing the territorial modifications already ac
complished, and those which may be brought
about by the success of Garibaldi, Europe is
neither disposed to seek adventures, nor con
vinced that she is about to be precipitated
into them. Rut. . i. nn..t.in. .1
State can be found which is secure of its
DOlicV anil nf ita .UinnMA. I, .I.- i
fcardfy on; thai " wu7rZy
produce for it. If such . atnt., nf thi.,, (.
of ml.Z-en S Vl
decision of alliances, and . fTl nt . i f
moral dissolution of the . European system
Which we now behold, it would ha n Afffifiai-
to go back to the first half of the eighteenth
nn 1 11 .... win. It 1 . 1
century, when the friend of one day became
the eueiuy of the next." All uncertainty
produces an udahst facHm? .nt w ...-.1
that the present uneasiness should not con
tinue. . .- nr. -. .-it 1
1 Tho Paris correspondent of the Morning
Star states that tho annexation of Belgium
and the left bank nf thn Hhinnl. .
coolly talked of in Paris as though It were a
matter of course; and the optimist writer,
who generally laughs ut tho rumors of war
which disturb the world, now tells us that
we are on the eve of great changes in Europe,
of which tha transfer of Belgium to France
may be one. Moreover, he and the people of
Paris are now becoming fully alive to the fact
til at the Eastern miMtinn iu n ha vanr.nnn.i
, -1 ivviiciicu
by Kusflia, probably in conjunction with
1 lauui, iur uie uiiecuition ot interest in tho
unbearable position of the Christians in the
East is only regarded as a shallow pretext
lor a fresh assault on the possessions of "the
sick man." The onlv morsel of nnnanlatmn
J?conti? aurJed to the Parisians is derived
? tne. fact that the Emperor Napoleon
Paid a T.isit on Saturday to his model farm at
motto neauvron, tor mey asked "What dan
ger can there be of war while his Majesty's
mind is engrossed with such peaceful pur
suits? ' The Purisians forget that his Majesty
Is an adept at concealing his intentions, and
that his purpose is, perhaps, accomplished by
luducing them to believe that he is now pro
fouudiy absorbed in the flnitnnnli.iim.nl .i f
agriculture. , - ,
Cobhebpondbm - Til fila : N"w Vntup Tl..i
New York correspondent of tho Cleveland
Plain Dealer irives a list nf naranna r.v,n
letters from the former city for journals In
different parts of the country. He says that
Colonel Hiram Fuller (Bells KrlttanWritn.
regularly for the llhutraled London A'evj.
Colonel Du Solle of the Sunday Timet is the
correspondent of the Philadelphia Dupatch
a. a. Aucaerman reDresents tn Hmtitn
rratueruif. Cornelius Matthews, of the jVrw
Jrdrcr is tha "Puller Hnnkitia" nf ih. -?..
daw Gazette. Boston. ' Frank W". rtallarn .nn-
retttry ot ' n tasumnoa oompany here, signs
himself ''Nor'wester" In the Boston i&jfc
WS',A'--,fieaver lat0,T connected with the
Buffalo Courier, writes waekrtr fne th Phii
adelphia Itet. The folr sex also do their
share. Mrs. E. F. Ellet, who writes for the
Ezprett, also wields the nen fnr th U!..in,.
(Pa.) ritufs. The OAio Farmer, published In
Cleveland, receives some well-written letters
over the signature of"G." from the pen of
.-. v.iiMnionu.11, i ui. vuutriuutor anil
poetess of the Musical World.
Giqantio Mail Entirprihi in Dnaiii.
platio.v. It is alreadv well known that th.
Newspaper Express on the Hudson River has
proved a complete success. We now learn
that the New York Central haa nndn. nnn-
Bideration, aud wilj probably submit to the
Government, a proposition to carry the great
United States mail from New York to Cin
cinnati and Chicago at a rate of speed here
tofore unparalleled in the history of rail-
runuiug, at .east in mis country, it is Dro--
tuiuil I" T r ,. ... . i .. " .
pttt wiwioin. i tira at tare, or lour A.
41. with the mail and New York in ...ii
reach Cincinnati at three o'clock A. U. the
following morning, and Chicago at five or
six o'clock A. M. . . , , , ,.
The roads would of course require and ob
tain an extra condensation for ninth
And the public would cheerfully accede to it.
Business men would receive their corre
spondence from New York twenty-four hourt
dvance of the present mail arrangements,
aVski York Tribune, June A. f .
., wvnvuu mi 111 U l, 1 11111.11 . MIU UIHSCISS UI
A WktiL-DRSSSKD SkKLBTOM IV TUB S.-,v-
Oalianani says that tho body, or. mnra nntn.
erly, the skeleton of a drowned man, was
found recently iu the Beine, and exposed in
the Morgue at Paris. It had not been in the
water more than two or three davs and th.
deceased anneared to have fallen In hr
dent. The body was wonderful for its lean.
ness, being nothlnf but skin and bone, it
was ! well dressed, even having gold buttons
its waistcoat, and tha An.nA.rent aora v..
about seventy years. It was supposed to be
the body of the famous "living skeleton"
exhibited years ago in the Champs Elyeees.
A QuAxsa's CooiiNssa Undsr Ttins Cie-
OVMHTANCis. A Quakeress, jealous of her
husband, watched bis movements, and ons
uiumiuir actually aiscoverea tne truant him
ging and kissing the servant srirl. Broad
brim was not long In discovering the face of
wno, bb sne peepea tnrougn me nalf-
uiwucii uuor. ana risino witn an tne enninna.
a general, thus addressed hen "Betsy, thee
better quit peeping; or thee will cause a
in tne nouse. ' ' -
Robinson It Lake's Circus. J. O. Adam, tha
ticket seller, was wounded in the face, and
of the citizens killed. Adams effected
escape. - -
DkATB o a DiBTiaiouiHiiBn Onn Fai.i.nw
John Wanchop, acting Noble Grand of Wash
ington Lodge No, 1, held at Baltimore, Md.,
1819, at the time of the reception of tbe
charter from England for tbe regular organi
ration of the Independent Order of Odd
Fellows in America, died at his reaiditnoa In
jenorsonvuie, ind. a tow days since.
! I 1 1 -T-teasam- ' t.
A: Rowdy DitsitRVicnLv Kn.Liin. Ifnr.!..
Greeuleaf. a member of a rowdy gang, in
Philadelphia, termed "Prairie Hens." was
severely and it is thought fatally wounded ou
Thursday afternoon, by a man named Henry
Stewart, whom the crowd attacked at the
Tenth Precinct House of the Twentieth
Ward; .. . . ,., . ,. ;, h,,
t:-.. ' . ... .-i-,.,.-.
Wobam KiLUD at a LoooMOTtva. A wo
Susan Fresh, aged fifty-two rears, waa
instantly Kuiea on inursaay evening, py be.
struck by the cow-catcher of a train of
which hsd a few minutes before left tbe
Kensington Depot at Philadelphia for New
A Valuable Antiquarian Made
! A very interesting antiquarian discovery
has lately been made public. Gibbon had,
ong ago, in his great work, pointed out as
'the most authentic of relics," the bronie
Mroent on which was placed the golden tri
pod, made by the Greeks from the spoils of
........ ' muiunmi m uie ienipie 01
Apo-'o. t Delphi, as related by Herodius,
alter the battle nf Vui Thi. i-
to his new capital by the Emperor Constan
ine, and, though-mutilated by the iconoclas
tic zeal of the couqueror Mohammed II it
Still remains erect in the Hippodrome at Con
stantinople. . As it was difficult to reconcile
the present appearance of the monument with
the descriptions of ancient authors, some
doubts had been thrown on its authenticity!
but during the recent occupation of Con
Mantihople. by the Allied Powers in. the
trimcarn(Var, excavations were made, and
the Serpent Pedestal laid bare to its base,
where, bv annlii-atinn nf xh.mi.l .ni.....
the original Helenic inscription, recording the
"o vrroea DUes WHO Had fOUgllt
Jgainst the Persians, was recovered.,. It is in
the most Archaic fnrm nf
Well and deeply cut, and written in the bous
trophedon manner, in which the Hnes are
read alternately from ritrhs to left. Thn mi
ACT "T "
!?? ,b-f . l.n8 f x of History. and many
1" of discovsVhiih ha
"? ngiy to renabilltatethecredit
Of Herodotus as oar main reliance iu the
history of the anoient world. " .1 .
The Extravagance and Luxury of Paris.
I t ne f arts correspondent of the New York
Timet writes on the 10th nit,:-'-, t.1' -..',
j The luxury displayed in' Paris this spring
ia more frirhtfut thin if ...
doubted heretofore that Paris was the center
of the fashionablo world, a few walks on our
public promenades would soon convince him
of his error. Such a parade of elegant car
riages, high-bred horses and smart liveries,
of superb toilets and costly jewels, Ih with
out parallel in any modern city. But the
maguinoence of these equipages is no more a
wonder than their number ft seems as If all
Paris rolled on wheels. In one feature ot
this extravagance, however, there is a pro
gress: the fraud v and the extronrd inarv hnv
given place to the useful, the handsomeand
the coquettish; there ore fewer ten-thousand-dollar
equipages and more three and five-thousand-dollar
ones. The great cumbersome
carriage -of olden times, covered with gold
inside and out, and whoseappearance in public
was an event, is no longer to be seen. -: It be
longed to that period when Enropean com
munities still built cathedrals, (which are now
the wonder of the world) in little filthy
towns, surrounded by hovels, poverty and
dirtf when titheless and ragged kings sat
These remuants of barbarous ages have dis
appeared; the proprieties, like everything
else, have entered a period of civilization;
there is now a greater harmony between
things, and the general public are the gainers
by this tendency toward an agrarianism of
juo pruiineuea. . it is no longer necessary
for a nobleman to make a greater show than
his neighbor, the dry-goods man; and thus
equipages, and comfort, beauty and elegance
in equitiages, have become ireneral. while tha
gaudy, .the exceptional and the barbarous
have disappeared, i . i . ,nt .. ..
Two Valuable Libraries for Sale in England
Two libraries, among the choicest in their
contents of any thing relating to old English
literature, are bolng sold this spring in Lou
do. They are . those of the Rov.-3ob Miu
forcL editor of The Aldint Poett. Ac, and Mr.
8;5?e ler Stogf' wh08e beautiful impression
of Sbokspeare, known as the Chitvick Edition,
has long been the cherished companion of
mitn nf t..t. w.ll c ri : t . v
::, . ' 1 ui oiuiuuianiacs. Air.
M,nm.n 1. .1 1 r . . . . .,
".fi- v " "u uiiu poriou oi nis me was a
bookseller) had latterly been in the possession
of great wealth as the residuary legatee of the
antiquary, Francis Douce, to whom was be
queathed the greater portion of the immense
lekens5 scrape(1 to8ether bv the soulptor, Nol-
Mr. Mitford hod, no doubt, the 'usual re
sources of a well-benefltted clergyman of the
Church of England to fall back upon, and bis
library was decidedly superior to judge
from the portions already disposed of--to
uintui uib uroiucreuiior, tnougn both abound
with literary gems that excite the cupidity
of collectors with less richly-furnished pock
eta.! The copy of Thomptorit Seatont, with
corrections and alterations of the ' text
throughout in the autograph Of Alexander
Pope, sold for M; the first edition of Mil
ton t Mmor Potnu, for & lOs., and his ior.
dot Loti, the second issue -(with a new title)
of the first edition, for 16s. f Shaksptare't
Foetnt, bearing date of 1640,-with a brilliant
ImtiPaMiuinii A U . a 'a ' 1 a
."..iMootuM vt hue i -. pvnraut. uy mars nail.
14 I4a.;and of more modern articles, Beck
fords Epitapht, privately printed (a volume
unkpown to o Bibliography.) . presentation
copy front the author to Samuel Rogers,
broijght 16 15s. . . i.i t.i . .. .? P
n ElPBKSIVB ' AMD UttRKBONIRATIVl MAIL
Roprsa, Among the mail routes, sayB the
-Mtiuaitwu JvnmniiAiiun. iwLrtrflfi nn thu
proviso adopted by the House of Representa
tives a few days since, was that from Kansas
to Stockton, in California. Win tl,;.
the Postoflice Denartment liairl at tha ml. nf
il i r
iwu.unu uuiiart per annum, , Jfor the
nine months that it was in operation the
returns showed that there were transported
In 11,1. Mall I...1 If . , . 1 .
" wuitn-ocu rkansas ana atockton
Th' C!5 UtUr and twtn!V-,i neutpaptrtl
" o uacioqa, an it was extravagant,
and twos discontinued by the Postmaster
General. 1 The House haa nnw nrrl...J ii .
be rbstored, although there are four other
luutea, maiutuinea Ot Vast, rnut nnnn.ntlnn. I
SaIu-II8 Mississippi with the Pacific,
S" - J, Vil. . B'gutnunareu ana twenty. I
five miles of this route a mail i.
wuunx a pre-exisung contract. Thus the
Oppressed revenues of tha flunartmnnt ... ,
mode to pay $80,000 for fb carriage of
dunhg the ensuing year I For the mail
service between Charfestoa and Key West
the Bouse has resolved to pay Mr. MordecaL
though the postages hardly exceed $400 per
Tbs Labor on tux Great Kovptiau PvsaI
mid. A London paper says: After making
allowance for tbe foundations, galleries, Ac,
reducing the whole to one uniform de
nomination, it will; be found mat the labor
expended ou the s-reat nvramid waa ahnnt
eqniwalent to lifting 15 ?33,00O cubic feet of
stone; one loot uign. , Tbis .labor waa per
formed, according to Diodorus Siculus, by
300,000 men: according to Herodotus, 100,0'Xl
"t"i ' it ir,uuticu ror , me axeoution
tweuty years. If we reduce in the ame
manner to one common denomination the
labor expended in ennutruciinn. th. 1 j
Birmingham Railway,, 'The result , is
28,000,000 cubio feet of material (reduced to
nuii nciuiit no tuat usea in construutina
Pyramid,) lifted one foot high In IIwooam
stnicOon of the Pyramid; yl.this immense
undertaking has been performed by about
20,000 men in less than five years. ' ' '
I . . i J.i; ! 1 '.n i -t
Nr PMVB1.P. Wb Oows!-A 'fermer of
Prairie Ridge, Iowa, feeds hia . nn tnmf
Prairit Ridge, Iowa, feeds his cows on toma-'
toeBKreon, ripe, ana maw ed out after freesing,
Bads the milk greatly improved Jn quan-
and quality. r...T. T't",- 1
i ,;i pf a,, 1 yj -ti-i iiiundns-.
AaMVAt 1 b flBTa .A' Va.anf a'nnttfnA
JeoentJy at Salem, Mass. fronjParhV bringing
"va-t-uiisiricior twenty-nve met long
two feet iu circumference, and another
snaka sixteen feet long.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
Washinoton, June 8-The Japanese Princes
accompanied by. their principal , oificera
and the General Commission, proceeded
the Executive mansion to-day at noon,
take leave of the PresldenW The latter re
ceived them in the blue-room, in company
with General Cass and several other gentle
men. ' i "
The Interview was cordial and of compar
atively long continuance.. - i
The President, among other things, in-
luruieu mem mat ne selected tor tne cuiumis
sion several of the most gallant officers of our
navy, wno m peace were most kind, but In
war, we depend unon them for our defense.
He trusted, however, that they would never
be required to operate against Japan.
inn aiHnno-innhM wt.itnm atwiih lh:.
Interpreter, expressed their high appreciation
of the President's address, as on a former oc
casion, alluded to the handsome reception
""ii milium mey nave met, ana ot. me many
kind attentions bestowed on them.
The President presented to each of the
Princes a large gold medal, bearing his like
ness, and a suitable inscription struck at the
rmiadelphia Mint; and also, a number of
oeauiiiuny Dound . illustrated American
books. . These were received with evident
delight. At parting, tho hand-shaking was
mutually cordiul, and the interview through
Out was of a gratifying and pleasant char-
A-.tnr. . ;. , :!.., ; . ...
. There seems to be but little, if any doubt
that the House bill for the admission of
iv.ansas into mo Senate, whether with or
without amendments, is uncertain. Senator
eigier, to-day, ' declared he would . vote for
the measure without qualification.
: The two Houses, disagreeing on the ques
tion of restoring the mail service, a Commit
tee of Conference has been appointed, con.
sistingof Senators Pearce, Yulee and Cam-
eron, and Representatives Colfax, Washburn
v. ...... ii i., t.un viamuiu.
The President has sisrned the bill wlil,-l, In.
creases the pay of the Navy officers about
twenty-five per cent. , -.. -i ,.
The Postmaster-General has answered the
can concerning Mr. Fowler's defalcation, and
makes some extraordinary revelations. . it
appears that his accounts were never legally
Bettied during the whole term of the present
Administrntion, but were adjusted by a ficti
tious system, in apparent violation of the let-
ji auu apmi ot me low; i ne accounts are
settled auarterly, but three months elapsed
fl.nallv K.fAH . . . , i 1
11' i V ' " "J Mutkl 1 IB CHI SOU Up,
W eekly returns are made to the Flnanr Rn.
reau of the Department, showing the actual
deposits acrainse which draft, m.t. K. . -.1 -
but it has been the practice in the Auditor's
umce, in adjusting Mr. Fowler s accounts, in
the last three years, where a "balance was
iouna against mm, at tbe end of a quarter,
Instead of requiring, it to be paid, or report-
In- . 1 it. . Tl i i n , ' 1 .
nig i. vU tuo ruouuuBter-uenerai, as tne law
contemplates, to credit him for tbe current
returns oi me ensuing quarter made to the
A-iunoe umce, tnus enabling bim to use the
receipts of one to meet the deficiency of the
other, and -concealing a defalcation throngh-
Since the House amended the Pacific Tol,
egrapn jjiii by throwing the construction
open to the lowest bidder, it has been dis
covered that a certain, gigantic monopoly
intends, if the Senate concur in this amend
ment, to bid so low as to prevent any other
party from procuring the contract at a living
rate, thus securing the entire control of tel-
egrapniug rrom toe Atlantic to the Pacific,
and Increasing the power of the monopoly
alluded to to a SUIT more dangerous extent
than now. . . . , i ,
- The. ttavWet. .Pacific. Railroad Committee
held a meeting at the Capital last evening.
Sixteen members were present. Mr. Ham
ilton ot Texas. Davia nr mh mnir.ru...
Farnsworth of 111, and Blair of Penn.. war?
absent. After some discussion relatire to
amendments, a resolution to amend the bill
originally agreed upon by the Committee for
central route, py inserting the Southern
Texas, Eastern, and Son Diego routes, was
carried by a vote ofsix to five. , , , ,
The question then recurred upon reporting
the bill to the House as amended. Cpou
that a question arose as to whether the
friends of an extreme Northern route could
be allowed to move an amendment in the
to this question, Mr. Curtis, the Chairman,
responded that he should not allow anv m nm
amendments,' but should' call the previous
question, thus shutting off all amendments
anu ueoate. -. ....... .1 j- , , r.
'' This settled the question of the Southern
rpad. ' The vote on reporting the bill to tbe
House as amended was then taken, and de
feated by a vote of five1 ayes and six nays.
Colonel Aldrich, of Minnesota, changing his
vote, or the reasons given above. , , , ,
The Committee then adjourned to meet
Democratic Mass Meeting.
PiTTSBoao, June 6. An immense Deino-
uuhb meeting was neid last night.
i.twiutiuiia lumvur 01 uoagias,ana aenounc.
iuK mgier nu omers, were passed unani
mously. David Todd, of Ohio, gave an ac
count of the oroceediim at rharln.tnn Ann
Stokes, 1 of Westmoreland. ! mail, a thrii,,,.
attack on the President, disdaining- to accent
Bigler as an antagonists Col., McCook, of
wmu, miu uluois, lonuwea in me same strain.
Messrs. Uibson and Linn also spoke. The
appiause at eacn uontion ' of the name of
vuuguw was overpowering. .
home from St. Catharines four of ttie
me Wboling bark Tuvtt. of
..i.E Jtt "F"' m
Naw Yobb, June . The United States
urig s-erry, xiieut. r uenmau,-arrived to-dav,
from Monteviedo Aoril 7. Sh l.f tul
frigate Conyrett, brig Dainbridae and steamer
au wen. ine ong Uolvhtn was dailv
.1-1 - "IT,!.- fo .
nh.nn.. 1. .- Bvi,U
' " Ml '
New Hampshire Legislature.
Covoord, N, IL June 6.-Th Houste br-
pCTSl bTt IX&SZ tKput
fican nominees made caucus IhlstnSht
Reanbitinn. -.nJ .T'SS fSS -if?'"1?.1-
Resolutions were adonted in th H,,..
tborising the appointment of a eommittee to
consider what legislation is necessary to ore
Tent thn annn.fi f I. . 1 .3 : ' r
"I'li-n vf tiio uaittia uiBCOBe,, v-t.j, b
Confession of Hicks, the Oyster-Sloop Pirate.
' 1 ... 1 rale. 1 . 1 nm , h.
Nw YOBB,. June 6,-r-Hicks., the ovatam
Sloop pirate, has made a full confession of
tuuruer at sea. ne admits killing Capt.
Burr and the two Watte -boya, givinf detoilS
the OlreumStAUleaia.-atAiniiina tha mnait.n
confesses he was one of the Btutlueers of
hark SnlnAin tr. :. i-
, . " 7 - 1- uii.m.inu at sturr Ul
lite, and arlviiniitM. A ..T.ll..i... 1
..U.UII. ill no
Sailing of the Steamer Persia.
Nw Yok, Jiine6.rTThe steamer i'ntia
wua ut two ouoarea.ana tea pasaanoers
Ol nen mn :' c?,. . ,' . .
Vou.wv in epncio. oub took new UBv
leans mails of the 2d, and telogiwphio.idUw
notches of the Rth. ' . . ' .. .
PohtSiuiia. C. W, June 6.-rThe steamer'
i eeyeiana, Uetroitand ikrj
a i i wrma 00 tHuroa Island,
-aiio, was wrmwu on jiurou island,
V&ST' ""i" . M
v" "Tr -:. :M ! - "J ' -hi J, t n.i t
Pm-atiao 'Jnna niU.
-rr jf? v.r1 i iw'wui. -j-jti-.
r.lr-i,-- 1,u,'l Will lilVl'lrpiin W Ml
A WooLik Faotobt DaaTaorao.-Tbe
Woolen factory of Joseph Greaves, near Marl-
boroutrh. N. Y waa .niir-i. a,-a i
with the machinery and contents the other
Bight. Loss $10,000; Insured for $3,000,
1 Yill.d ill IT
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WILL DO MORE WORK, AND
. .i: .. WILL DO IT IN BETTER f THE
Than aaa bo done en any other Maohlna. anfO.
BB'8 FAMILY MACUIMB8, t)39 and 7fl. ...
Inclnnati pOoe, No. 8 Ba.t F.-orth street.
aSS-ay JA8. SKARDON. Atrent.
Ait e rA
Improved Double-threaded , i n
FAMILY SEWING rdACELNES!
j No. 72 West Foartb-street.
INU MACHINB are Intltod to Bxamtaa ours
before purchasing laewheio. ,
JOUVBT ,fc CO,, Asant. ....
y-om , No. M Wast Fonrth. bb stairs.
$80. $30. ,, $30. ,. $80. , $20.
, ,, Tatrtt--ltolUr IfeaUa Looktltoh ,
Fjamilj Serving Mackinea
6E0TJBED BY BBOBNT LETTKBa PATIXT.
I1BXR.MAPHINE HAS BEEN I
S.l h OUNCE!! hy all oomaetent IndiM.. !,,.
it, u. oe tne neat ana most de.lr.hle IimDi
o Bevo .
it-iiis inacniae ever llltrodUCOtl, BBOABniKSS OS -
f."1!1- 'IrL" ,ew 'ni of simily gTwdlTlroai
the Very thickest to the ran Un. .hVt,J i.!i. .J
uenl all kiuda of thread, from No. a m aui , . ,'
Ah Oil U ukH on lop ort. AfncAw. ' " 1 " ' ;
Cpejrlr appllcaUou, DUto and County rlgMemaiJ '
AB ennriietlc nanmn m. m.v. r..-.--- i .. i .
tint. 1 ...7l 7 . M , . ."'1- 1 11 Ml 11 .
AgonU wanted iuall nniold Territory.
. , H. C. BUKTMAtf,
and szcIu.Ito agent for the United Suit
W West fonrthtraet. (Jlnotnaa'tt.
J. C. TOWERS & CO..
k l VABHIONAslLE -.miu ),j . -
NO. 149 MAZM.STRBBT. '
nyuA?HAT8AT SAK ':,,'
(RAW ud LKOlTORrf DATS, for Vsa
BoVlt. Of th. I.tiu.1 ..vl 1 . .
( Inipectlon solicited. , ' mvtsiam ',
, ill -Kit
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tntu au4 vine and Baos, Ajluoiaoatt, O. , , . I i
ilT OF PBIOBtl FOB PLAtB W6BK !! "' "'' 1
Full upper or lower eels of la.th n,miin.
0 old, $3S; Tulcanite, $20; ,Unr, lis. ' '
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sun uraiKATIOMB: ,
! Plug , oach jn w ;, :,
nrir-gr,rr.-ir "...6ftX.i i
aplluom 7 " i i i .1 TBBMB CASH. "' ' "
COAL COOKINfi ST07JE ! ;
, FQUB SIZES. , , ,, ,
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CAMPBELL, ELLISONS COi,
Nt. It A 21 E$tlptcondlr,
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Kanks'g BcU anflBrass Fonaary,:
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kaat keoond-streat. LlBolan.tA '!. Ti nen.ttj
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t $41 and Branch isAB We.t fourth-.t.
TOM EM K
ounar, uitabls tir rruue.