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5?NRV nnno tc qo.
"""""""mt, on. emna-nni,
eot-a-Tlbera In Otra-ln-iall, OeMeareaa oa.4
t fumnxiiuf cities and town, at
Itb extremely low r 1
ft f 1 fir m
PIKE'S OPERJ-fiOUSE. ,
Mi ADELliVA PATTI tV OPERA !
. - t fil ,m t-TT f I H'"
Mond.y, June H, tnd Tudiy, June 12,
i Iff X ftWnAil.uik.j
. LA rAYOKITA
1Ji.,..?ibrc.l!r """rally InlhrmM th.t, m
Wl'ltic of tn. tnnrr.1 eiorMMd iluiMnf .
WLLB ADEL1NA PATTI,
Mew Vork, rhtlaapbte awl Boatna
U "MAT). STRAKOSCII,"
Th eralArnt Contralto
"'' ' ' h jrtet Tonor in Aawrlca';' )"i '
hi on on j-EttRj;': Y
TIM rnott fcaMoa Barttoaa la AmoMnn '
-J ! ' - The tnart ,m la Aawrlw.
..JL'!jh"T aJ"l"ull' V-llu of th aboT.
- "'v-uvuicu vpoiw ta III '
' Full Costume,
MO WITH IWROPRUTE ttEifMf .' 'r
ON MONpAT, JVAUD TDBSDA1".
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1. The VrinHnl m. i of tlie Unit act or .
t ..rj w..rf,iiior oriffnoii
AB.Ianuiua luurlb art of -
LA JTA VO&ITA.
3. linuid scene and aria frT.
..MuuHleur J u nca
4. Th. prln.iiwl gnma from th. Brat act of.
warn. .-........Slimor lTrri
j pucikAaM. or TvaaDAir'a'MrouaAaj. '
I. seen and romanr.a from w .
a, ".' Ir ec0n ac oTrLuWw'a oalebralnl
Martha ....MIaj Ad.lina Pattl
Sano.y, .....M.lme Ktrakoah
3. lal nuuuuf iitwrty duotto from
....... .Hlijiior r.rrl
Jhe enlira lourta act of
. ! J . Jfc tKOVATOB
V1. I iij
- , L
11 Contends Lgna
..Mlaa Adrltna Pattl
Tk tmmTtin MtVal-ananaaa aattll laa aaaaat.a. AtW. .
aooai diWUoaof " ""
Tha director and miAiuar of the Italian Ooeraof
n j ,taa Aoadeiaj t Tiaalc la New XA" !
' 4PKIC8 0"jAU)!lJgIOIIjrQ.r
preaaCJrola, Parquetti) and First Tler.ll.l
WtMMIllI a aa ' 1 1 fc in n'ii 11J. .. mi AO
Beats tor both or either of the two operatic aer
formennu' can be aeonird wlthoat extra Then,
rommeucii I hi. mora log at A. M at the Six
Vmce, and fil the .Tailing at the door,
Urdera from tbaeouutrr for eeeanHl aeeta-wil! re.
ealae nromiit Mtantlon, by addreaalna j. r. iivh-
BT, Traunrer of Pike's Unera-houaa. Iiulnain.
Him yrlraof llckata.
h of tl.-lr-t- . . ... ' "
f altl'i Oran Caaeert Book and Photo
lie at Petar. A aon'a M uaic Ht..
1 cente each.
! J.7X?fclteS aerajnaanea ti
iKwaace at S o'clock: " j.;
a,rywT,.t.e .a. '- .
r., aole Manager and LeeaM. a.,
.PaKnaoi ' AnaiMloii.Wireae IfliTleaj ParalMtta; 1
Chakoi or I uu.-Iloora oaea at T o'clack 1 aartaln
a a l- , f .111 'ii ( f i
BENEFIT OF Mlas ANM WAITS, , .
Oa which oncaalow Mre. ANNIK BIALB HAtK
By .eUl reqseati Mint ANNI1 WAITE will
afcMha rM tlaw, the beautiful character
THIS BVEN1NO, me s, m b. areaontad T e.'
FAiar lUSABT MVKB WON AIB lASr.--i
SuchMs do Torn-nheTa, Mm. Ataxy Beale Hale ; Bay
The earfoanaoee win eManoeiUi (',, i . 1 U I
Ingomar, Ml".' tengdon J rarthenla, Mies A. Waite-
pun rwwfc?nnmmkiw'm maoi
awperaone can rely
ly on this beina one of the beat
Tlckala tli . Heater'
gaged for the occaeion.
l. " I-
Pt-rTO' BE GIVEN BY I
EXCEVSIOR DANCING CtUBiS-l
oadtr, June' ti, . v,
?.,t?.0 A,r.,,0!- s FABLOB OK0VK.
Ticket. One Dollur '
J!-c ..'ntvrcm. OjiSTKOKBB.'gecroU'ry.'
M. flrnittr, between Vine and Wi
A G R A H ty f LO R Ai1 1 p N C ERT
Will b lv
IbeJ.glJa atTlke'i Opera-houae oa PRIOAT
t.y aftLftd. JlineS. bV Uieoliiiiln. the til.,!
uie cnuucea of the Uiuh and
intermediate Bchool. 6f CinclnuatKuruler Ui.
pi Cincinnati, uruler llie ui
reoUoa of Mr. MASON, aumberui
g upward of
I hie .utetialnment rearesenta In part a
-AMOKQ THK . .
uuuiAUiiiuu mi v uuiii UliUUliOOJLt
Which J. foaialed oa. ,nt, e crowblng with a
wreath f km the maidenwho haa, duSiig the
year, beaa Aeind the moat dutiful to her Barents
and eotreet aa lew halwvlor. I
Haa ieaued her rerlaniatloa among all nations,' and
haa made aai pie arejuratiout for a Urge ooaiaany oi
Bhapherda avaA SfeaJneatiswe, 1 1 rq
"lower Olrle Vreucb, Scotch, Bwlae; Bayarlaa
iroom Ulrle, UiaaaaeOaoora of the VnlU.t Htatea
Creed Preperationt for the Corcntion
w'vmr... " ..
QUpiO .XJrjJ 'DAYi i
A JatAttNIMCKN K TINO-PlACE IN
VwA Mm....1 tma' Ik.!, arrival.
will alng th.
- ihwinmii. ai. w una n .
CTflTJUfl ,rTa"r itrrFITIV 1'fiJ
iLUitta MraVi-W A iaillaJ. ln
Breetedlathemldatof a moat beautiful Garden."
Tor a trnopata of yiauarri la'Mf nil. Sr 1 V
remina of tne.afa'- . - - -
M. The alage for this occasion will be floe. I ii
i iraaaa, (.rlencki. A a., BiakiuA) 11 oaa Urauit i
lioore oa. at 1 VUk,-PeKoiwoa ta4ra-
. lueace at i aruc. .. 1y. - W - A
mice, or A..aiiM.-.iaaak iareia, .aav ramnt
Uall.ry, i3 ffeata, ,
"BjTOTICIil'H? KAnffNAti nKAT
AW la now Mr rent lor tu. anmniiw aeaaou, lor .I'll.
ir rent lor lb. aniliniiw aaaaou. tor rt.a-
atrleal Ferlorm.nMa, Italian, t.eriBen or tiurlciwii
i.eeraa. ae. aa. ana niaT Mr naa on ranaoitnDia T.rt
W IB. Blgklvf aaaytai ao MjM.wr Ft
'' " Betieoal Thaetar utMntat
BtrN.tf te a d.i jK 'i Ayeaaiwettrevb
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CINCINNATI; lttl)AY M6HNING"
JUNE A WW
11 "I ' -
rillCE ONE CENT.
SMITH & NIXON'S' HALL:
. uommencing Monday, June 4,
Banrord and his Opera Tronne.
vwa PUII r,f, fJUUlf WHITE. , r r,-
D1IKT. .1 T. r-. u v),;i.aa '
MA8TKR ANt'OUb. J. nhf hCV
j. i k rrr.. ik n Demi
OLN and i H. BASTOBD.
RAILWAY MATTERS. TRAINS DEPART.
Lima Kiami-17 miantai nitntbui oit tin.1
v . ana n r. m. uoiaaiDaa AocommodatloB,
P. M . and I
X. and SiM
mtv tltn. 1 irfM
Ao-mod.teB,F.M. ;,), ;
ImtAMMLis An CiaOIKXATI BH0RT-Lli Mi
A. M. and P. M.
AUaisni a no onromaiTi-Ur mlaiitaa ea ih
fjltr time, Si4a A. M. and 3i30 J, at, .
' (VlVrVOWl lam f.-'aaaaauw. lil.J ai a . a. .
lt.aadai3SP.lf, . , ,
CrxonrxArir trrcwwffxa io IDiiKni taj -a
g.,i38r,Ai., Cjr.ii., .
( l.i i.i TBAtKI ABJIIVI.
trtTLa Miavi-StM A. X., 8 A. M ., UiO A. M.
ana r. au
i oaio am M iMiatim-OiSS A. M ., J a,'J8 P. 1.
snow r. b. .
1inciinuTi, Hahiltov axs Daitos-TidS A. U ,
ie.4 A. H., 1 P. M.,A3 P. X., Ti83 P. M. and
ania r. ai.
; U(niAjfAoi.ii anav iacoruTi-a)tU A. M.
4 r.M. and lli43 P. 01.. t- t
M AaitTTA Ana CiaainiATi-ieiOa .A, M. and
Cottnotom Aaa XnuaaToa 10i33 A. II. and
4i59 P. at. , . r . ; . . 1. . . "t -Oiaonnuti,
Broaaom aaa1 laauaArOLia Ti43
A. H..1P. M., Ol3P. BT.
,to ahb Iattoi-7 mlnatw
lA.M,ae.la A. ixli,a
Mf. Hamiltoa Acoomaudatloa, 8 A.
F. . t I'Ki.n...
HwiBtm-in Kinnta. .iow h..
w .-a .. .
Win.' Nolan died of sun-stroke in New Or
leans last Monday. i . :
Liveried servants are more the race in K.w
York, at present, among the fashionables,
, uwa dioi leDiurn. 1
The number of deaths m'Kain't T.nnirTnrln.
the past week it reported at eat hundred and
Intellimnce haa haan reoelved nf ,1,. nn
oy nre 01 tne vessel Slcerrgmort, of Belfast, on
aujagc iioui oyauey 19 aieioourne.
There were 807 deatht in the city of New
York last week, a decrease of 65 as compared
Stephen Lessingfell into a vault in New j
York on Tuesday, and lost hit life before aid
rauia reacn mm, . . .
. - . . i -; f ; . r . i f . 1 i a"? 1 1
tk. k. :n ...cr
yo aniuar, ao oaoiy 1
r an karllu
Charles Dixon and Thomas Miller, English
pugilists, have both been lulled bv .nt..t.
in the prize-ring recently, near London. '
. " . . . . - ,
a iuB aimusx, a nnancuu Mraaox mat a
Unking fiind" i ) l rrr
Mvron Brewer and R 1C JnhnanH tarn
thieves and desperadoes, were shot dead, re-
ji 'n uum territory, oy some persons
A very destructive land slide occurrd
near Sewlckly, Penn recently,- through
which the beautiful residence of it. H. Davis
was rendered a total loss. u, .;,i,rj ' ;ui.i
Mn. A. Glover wat shot and killed in Da
vidson County, N. 0, last week, and her hus
band has been arrested on suspicion of being
auo iiuuvuHiuu unugc over ine Niagara
River, at Lew Is ton, is 1,042 feet span, which
it ibrtvathree feat trraatArthaa anv otha .in.
gle span in tire world, ;-i ' ,i v I
i A tihari,- ZJuJ. i ".'I
gator. 8 he was bathlng,and became a brute's
: a A , I
Maddea - Roherts'tf loot and shoe store! I
Q I . 1. 1 r. ..
h St. Louis, was robbed of four or five thou.
nd dollars1 worth of stock, a night or two
.ince, by burgUrt ; n q j j ft j j j tJ
at.w" .h.f..- n ' ' . - .:' i
tinuance, tha eetablisl
tnefasnviue .news announces Its discon- I
wwcth. MtabUiM hrint ben old
:, it' rumored Q
, propnetorsof theAash- I
rt--y -rrn p, I
(Vnpt 'etrxiaw tn.i tt.. I
Queen wiU visit Ireland in July, accompanied
by tbe Royal Consort and some members of
Her Majesty't family f ' f
Tt la"..: aka 1- D- ' at.1; i ' . '
will teen- retura to the'tlnited iitates.-wlth
. . .u m.i i. i . . .,v in . rnrcT. Liin nnnfl innnr
tnoney enough to . set up a hapk-, He hat
uceu remaraauiy a access nil m urape;
The lint of telecranh, hetwaan Rnnla an A
Limerick. Ireland, is bow eomnleta. and maa.
aau-cs nave passed to and irom turns to tn
gland, eir.t.i ,(.'.! 'PiVUHB WJtlriilt'.! Jt!i..l
The Tallahasse Floridian and Journal tavs
. . . t. . t.. i : i n i i , , , .. "
thit the Florida R.d i earl7rTnUh' pi'
caps by the middle of thit month tbe cart I
will eass from the Atlantic to the Oulf of I
17J aV: T "73J,I . rArjy. "TT
SlNOCLAB Insanity nr a FiiimTamai
"wapuix, n. i., was recently tauten, to the
H, '"DlA,aJ'lum h
'aBe"t'y arose irom a rush of blood Jo the
head, and ig thought to be onl teuinnrarV.
On tha rra lie t;ikd
under the delusion that hie wife had Joat died,
and that he only had the power to restore her
to life. His imuNSSion was (that- hm wat aa
route tot Haratoga, and he wat induced to
enter a carriage and go to tlie asylum by the
temptaUOv of a good dinner at a nrslUuti I
hotai. . . ." 1 1 i
M ANsLAtiuHTat fa tm Sotrrii a Lms Cain
tbam BraALma. At Dallas (Ala.) Court, a
few days since, Robert It inggold, charged
"1 stoalihg tlave, wat found guilty, ; and
Welenced to the penitenUary fbr ten veart,
Seeree. and w aenZtr.lnntm:
isonment in the county Jail, and a fine of
I"alnlJ ,n hicago, naa a narrow escape, a
ntibb family PoitovBD by btbamo.
JieawAn Engliah family named Kennedy,
"W"H wuuiy poiaouea,
the1 careleesnaaii of eating a quantity ol
the herb Mrawteniuivt, or Deadly Nigbt-ahade.
"bich they htvi boiled for grwua, thinkinVii
be wild beets. ..AU were deraaged, for
maay aoura, ana otiirwun uimcuity were
they relieved by mxliileid,i i l"i n-Oi. v.
'' t 1 M ' ' ' l.'trj,
Bust! or TflBonnna Paataa. We 'Wn
mat, during tne last winter, Hi
aat winter. Story, tbe acnlp
bust ,of Theodore- Parker,
leeh pleated with the work;
tor, modeled a bust
The latter waa much
and' faid it . rare aeBnUmant, eayini
: fa W J a rare aeanument, eyln-J "tt I
looks aiil It eeuld de etf thal tart rheel I
A Dangerous but Very Treacherous Joke.
"'"V". "r most pan, at least, are founded
Kve letters, written promlws, kc. And
"" again, now many persons would sign
bromiasory note, knowinir that thanks to
then- crHw,tte, their Mimatnrea wonM v,
I diaannMr la Au.t .,.1. i .i s. , ...
(no-art Inna t .1 .i v.
withbiiu curioaaChlutMlnveatioti. Thli
eztraordlnKr dUcovarr cOMigta f th etn
IXWlUoa Of A UMr hl-h nn.M iwt mi u.
" i0" M br of wtt
brorh&nd by ax5me meant known only by
t bant Md Mllat) and thd It MtnrUid
with tha wte, WUicU it oolorleat, tantelea
nd tcentteaa. . The lengtU of time thnV one
detlret the paper to lwt it regulaUd by the
mtrodnctioo of pure water to weaken the ef
fect. For instance, if the nanar i to h. A-
compoied within f days, the mm magiqii it
i " "i purn waier 18 to oe nea,
With th a paper, then, the wilr Chineai A
write their bi"iing owt
shall be of the name welo-hl Th. u
called DiTlne Ink and the paper Kxquiaita
Prndance, If Divine Ink and ' Exquisite
Pradenoe, take np their permanent abode
in ctTiliiwd ronntries, what a death blow it
"in ae to an Dreachea or nmmiM milt.
aangerout one, reversing th present order "oM
things, and openinr a wide field fi,r raliti
I ' '
I . v no. ui iiniiiiiFri, nulla.
II SlNOCLAa Ervemina T.ifinrial n..,.
Trre 8biterkd to Piiia a f.. ri..
flash of lightning struck a silver pine-tree
titrhlnk eavaia. a.! a-J A i - i . . - '
high and over two feet in diameter, unnn
the lawn of Mr. Da Pevaiar. ai Thr,,n
N. Y. This tree was only twenty paces from
Jry extensive stables, coach-houses, Ac, and
nuui mo uuuae. ine emvioyet at work
in various Places felt the efTW-t nf th. .l,..l.
which shattered the tree from the top to the
bottom, splitting the greater parts of it into
fragments fit for firewood. SnMa f It w.
puuierea as 11 11 naa Been twisted by an im-
uieon power, ana in places It was blackened
a If by the effect of nowde.r. , Thai tk k.,:i.i.
ings (which were supplied with a number of
MKuuiing-rousj escaped seems providential.
The lightning struck, it it said, in two other
i n....u buo ui.Mauo ui a muo.
Tail' Kind or WuisxiRg to it Ayoidhd.
"lit all tktnM M a.t 1. Il..VJi.. r -
Maoazine an d we know lnta nf nennU
might improve their personal appearance by
attending to the inntmot.lnna 1
Tuigar wnisicer. rnis is ot various kinds: A
short, scrubby, indomitable red whisker, is a
vulgar whisker; a weak, fuzzv. whit. mniL
oawu, uiuwy wnisner it a vulgar whisker ;
a twisting, twining, sentimental corkscrew
X l?'i?V a " '8ar wniskeri a big,
black, bluff, brutal-looking whisker is a vul
gar whisker: a matbamatkwl . methnHt.i
master-of-artistical diagram of a whisker is a
vnigar wutsker.- Whatever is hot one of
vuese win ao. '
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BiM,e Match Bctwiik EnolanD aid Taa.
UNO. Mr.GraV. of RntltehaaH la tha K'll,
of England, having challenged any man in
Ireland to shoot with the rifle, a match was
nade by Geo. Richardson, gunmaker, of Cork
City. The match came off in Mr. Richard
ton t gallery, at twenty-one yards, the place
and distance having been selected by the
.h.lUiiM-. Ti : aI. i .
nkatii.aaU t r
upon ttaa tarrnt that wae nnaeaJ k. .
niece"-' . '
i WM engaged. in a tort of excavation out-
"Islakl- U : ... .. . 1. - , 1 1 .. .
. raaaa. ).,,! :
rAM-ct bmbavai of
FAlxtrL Bctbaval of A FtMALi LcvATid I
i !!: nu "I',?0"?? woman, was arrested
!? wek d lodged in the jail of Fairfield
in this Bute, for "drownlno- he,
lelUmate child in the ranal Thu I
fortunaU trlrl it said to be of unannnd mind
and tome unfeeling wretch taking advantage I
of her weakness effected her ruin? 1 , I
Fiat t A Omo Tow. A flra nnotlrran at
uansneid. on mdav. bv which lira arh a
the property of L. C. Northron. M. L. Miller.
J. f. Rowley, L. B. Matson, and one Belde-
man were onrnc. ljOaa cnnairlHralila aaiu.
unknown. A man named Baer wat severely
Injured by being accidentally struck in the
a;a wiui aue pais oi a nre nooK.
.... . . a
Mopish Marbiaosin Bostob. Mr ' Rrim.
met. ton Of Ex-Mavor Rrimmer and Ulaa
Trlmmine, both members of the upper range
of fashionable society in Boston, were mar-
neq recently. at. Paul's Church
rowded with the wealth and beauty of Bos-1
J00' The fftir brid" lost her "Trimming ,
jr .! ..
a vriiAtnui A.lJat.t AllUiai. VM K III atfl
named John Murray, of Ahhevaid. n..n...
a.uu uia uiviuuma, uoar UIQ OIU AUgUStiman
Church, ns discovered a niece nf cnM waiirh.
Ing three pounds and four ounces, estimated
w auuui ivitu.
A Tbubisbbb Firm Runs Awat fbom Its
UaBOiToafl. Arnold A Bro. dealers in mil.
Unery goods at Memphis, Tnu., recently dis-
P00 ot their entire stock In trade at a ruin-
cr.mce "? one day last week took
. --j . njua
French leave of their creditors. ' to whnm
tuuy were indented lor about 810,000.
DBHlRABLn flllhlPBTITIrtw iw .ui fit a II.,..
- . U" . " - "wa-
HKS8 ine Boston- authorltiea ant ahnnt to
give the privilege of opening the streets and
laying gas pipes to a second company, to at
to have competition. 1 The first company re
sist ine granting ot tnis privilege. f ..
: , . ,
A VXNtaASLB Irish MotB There is at
present a mule, seemingly in good health and
ttrength. drawW milk daU v to BalUn
work.bouae, Wicklow, which was employed
th Rebellion of 1798, carrying military
n - uTkn,,.. ui. Vi k:.L I
stores to the army while at Vinegar Hill.
I . . M "
Ha AltPSaggri ASAlt AnTaoaONcaMo'iia.
ner a long tuence, Hans Ubrisuan Aader
sea appears in tbe list of authors. A new '
work by him, relating to bit native country,
Tift Sand llilli Jutland, and afnar foirt,
in uroae uy ar, oentiv. ana win oa aaireriv
i . r , 3 a o
tuuaeia iur vy raauera,oi ail tgaf.
A LtlTTLB GlBb AOOIDBBTALLT HAllya Haa.
sbl-A little daughter of Wm, Baird. a
farmer, hong iherself eday or e since la
It suonased that she wa B-lnVinr i,w .
: ,if vi. r. c" -
ivpn, wucu ucr ucau vauguv uy auuie meant
tne loose ana.
,, i mi i ii J .1
DaatBSonva Fraa IM last abb. One of tha
taost alarming and destructive fires that hat
tret 'occurred in Belfast broke ont in tha
ana destructive nree that bat I
ret 'occurred in Balfast. broke out in tha
wholesale Warahonaa of Aldm-man Mnllln
u. r in um i
situated In Vietorla-strcet, and before it wat
subdued buildings and other property to the
vault v? aoout rio.uuu were consumed.
Tin AMBBiCAM.EKsrJaa Rowimu Itiyni 111
Joshua Ward, tbe American champion oars
man, hat gone Into training for the contain.
tea race witn the Anglisnman. Ua prom
ises, at tbe end of a mouth, te pull a drag-
wfatrty fruiteeA milae withaut stopping.
A.KKBBT far M Albi RoattltA Short tima
tinea, a clerk, in tbe PoalutUce at Caiedovia.
Canada West, the ton of a clergyman, robbed
mail ofaletUrconUiQiug $160, Bawat
arrested In Portland, Maine, whet Iter he had
led, ana xeuuntq to. Uaaaaa. '
A Nbobo . BBNDct roca DiaoovauD A
cave has been dltcerered In the Abbeville,
u., aistricv wuera runaway slaves secrete
tbtBiaelraaa Twei recently found ' there re
tliaanaelyaa. . T
tietad aU effor
inorte w capture tnaia ao ttouuy
twtuwa Bavatsaa-y takaasvt taaaa.
The Irish Exodus—Vast Outpouring of Emigrants.
!,:. ;:. Mauata.-"'- 1 .
h. rT(,V v.Vi ""f"r -
J. Nothing can impress tno fact
r." :" " "Tu""" Za K T 7 Tv,'1"
eln8 th crowd preparing for their da-
P""1- ?ong uie enure tntra it not an
I indication of squalor or miser T not a aino-la
,"gw' T , "wuugnvB-onwgm..t that
wonl4 terly tleuopnUvle eonaid.
.-tow a. Milfitraet., Remember
Tht following It a paatagt from a remirka-
ble ttatement in the Cotlt Stamintr, baaiinf
ttcWtt Ik! doBlinUtd flight of tat population
from that part alone to the newly adopted
mnd or tne irun ueitic nice:
Each week teat the departure' en an arer-
ace of 800 portont, the great majority of
wnotn are young men and woman between
eighteen and twenty yeara of age. Tolmag.
ine the effect of thia drain upon the commu
nity, we might instance .that if theae 600
were drawn from a town like that of Bentry,
mere wouia nam it . m a young man or
woman lettin it. xne.aouial numbert art
greater than the population of many largo
ing mat almost ertry one of theee peraont
it of condition to be of actual Talue to the
community tht men nt farm : laborers or
mechanics, the woman, either in agrioulturol
labor as servants, or. still mora imnortAnt
the healthy mothers of strong childrenv it is
.hS 1. rfrU ownw. wd!?tM tff,tf
S ?r 8ne ,s W ?B irom poTtrty, not a week
,"m? .r JS,e cnek ecarcely a wrinkled tace
indicates that the country is getting rid of a
burden. Sturdy, athletic young men, healthy
and strong girls oftau of extraordinary
beauty form the great bulk of this depart
ing crowd. And on Thursday week we
witnessed no less than four . hundred tucb
prepairing to take their departure in
the Edinbura CaDt. Kenned v one at tha
Te8sels of the Liverpool. New York and
rhiladelohia line. .. A rumor UA unr.i
shortly before the arrival of the ship that a
certain number would be excluded for want
of accommodation, and the despair evinced
by those who thought themselves shut out
was as great as if they 7 were told they had
lost every hope. When the tender! came to
bear away the passengers there was a frantic
rush even on the part of those whose placet
were secured, at-if they fancied that, tome
unlucky interposition would shut them n
The news that all could be taken was re
ceived as if some precious gifts had been
showered among them. ,
The Poetic Side of Married Life Exposed—
The Poetic Side of Married Life Exposed— A Wealthy Distiller Sues for Divorce for
Various and Sufficient Reasons.
J John Walton, a wealthy distiller in New
York, .recently brought suit against BUen M.
rtuibua lor aivorce. on tna s-rnundnr Aenai
ana innumaa treatment,: which rendered it
unaaie tor ins nusoaua to live witn his wife.
By thecomplant it appeared that the plaintiff
waajvuv uiamier in AWenty-nttn
ouwu, ma resiaeuce oeing in xwenty-tnlrd
aireei, .ai me use 01 tbe marriage the lady
was a boarding-house keeper, who, accord
ing to her statement, bad bean led twloa tnthn
hymeneal altar, and had been deprived of
uuvu oar par me re oy aeain. ana represented
that she had three sons, two of whom were
tne children, of bar first husband. Jcffert. and
the third was the child of her secoed hat
band.. Captain Kuaaall. Tha aim aiMtmA that
nt txsui ft iittlo .girl m th countrr. ad
Mloptod nioo. r i . .,-.,1-1 i.-...." , n
ITka a.1.:.li .1.' 1 . . . a a a
a uo uuuuuu ciaUmiu mat uia iiuiv rial
v. ( wwim irrice ana aaa oeen
mm mree umes; ana mat, according to
j"t ewu uavaou, woo 'was
"""f orrison, was yet living la the Btata
w. wuivi iw uiinm woa uu niece, ouk ner
own child, the otTspring of man named
el0.un. The plaint ff then alleged that
i aeienuaui was a iaay 01 ttrong passions.
na ? repeatedly threatened him: that sht
""""a fnendt; that her ton, with her
consent, brought improper .company to hit
uuhki cuiu auaa uio taujr uersau aept im
proper company, and went to houses of ques-
Hvnauiv icjui. . .
Ublibbatiov op trb Focbtb at Jobs
Bsown's Home. A letter in the Burlintrton
Frte Preti states that a grand demonstration
is to be made at North Elba, in this State.
over the grave of old John Brown, on the
r ourtn or July next- . The letter says:
The flrrcat rock overlooklne. hie r.--M
be used on that day as a temporary pulpit,
from which a funeral oration will be pro-
D., of Chlgrin Falls, Ohio, I
Wendell Phillips, Rev. H. H.
uuuuucu ur me eiuiiueni r.av. t.uiner i.ee, u.
I learn, too, that
1. Garnett, and
pected to be present on the occasion. Nu
merous friends of the enslaved from Maaaa.
ennsetts, Vermont and Ohio, have signified
their intention to participate in the celebra
A BOTH Kit PlOt'S FfiACD. A Baltimore av.
change states that a young girl aheut eign-
jib ui ago was atxuaeu 01 oaring oeen
guilty of some misconduct, which she noai.
lively denied, and on being again accused,
she called npon God to strike her blind if
sne was not telling tne train. In a moment
.Hop! ...n.JI.. A I ...... . 1- I
Mkw, ntwiuiUf W UCI U" U .UbaCiUCUb, a UU1I
teemed to pass before her eyes, and in the
course or, nve minutes sue was totally blind.
and has continued gightlosg ever since. . The
afflicted victim of her own impiety confessed
that She had called upon her Maker to justify
uci i. nuai was a lauriiggq,
GtBAT COMBIKATION OF RDBBBB iHTnEflTB
A Boston caper save in a late issue: "Wa
hear that a great combination dt the hereto
fore hostile and pugnacious rubber interests,
both DaV and Goodyear, is about In taka
company, or association, with the
wmmana oi a large sum 0( money, will Buy
out all the interest and combine in themselves
the manufactures of the various phases of
ruuuer gooas inrougnout ine united states.
wa., pivuMn )iuto au ua uaevi lug inrCBa
uegce.uiana upon mm continent, ,(
I ' . l . . ,
A Mil Hfcvxitur.v CyAarmari in "a Cnnar.
UoUHBl Thomas Warrenton wat fined $10 in
Memphis, Tenn., a few days ago, for using in
sulting limpTiitire to the wife of Uffii.erWitt
thai place. As the mulcted defendant waa
leaving the eonrt-room, he enconutered the
indignant husband, who,, without needless
ceranionr, proceeded to belabor him with a
stick, most vigorously. Warrenton retreated
into tbe court-room, followed bv Witt who
never ceased castigating him nntil seized and
forcibly held by the officers and bystanders
X Kaw IBish OIatob. A new oratorical
lUht k.. iu. a ci...i w. m
iftlT? 'L TrrLi " ZiTZmiK.S:
Roomt to bear an oratloa on Lord Maeanlay.
might be (rueeeed, c trmwi. Mr. Jooee la a
-r "I" " a
toting Irian man of remarkable fluency, who
said) to add the results of rending and re
flectSod to the eharaj of clear, itrong and
Mledlpue voice, and evident nncerity and
tnthusiaaun on bit subject Among a popn-
every abape ao the middle tiaatee of Eng
lish society, tbe success of this tneciea of an.
tertaiuaient is remarkable, and wonld teem to
augur genuine talent. a-
LtaBBAi. rtannaaan af.a A nnllina ? a.t
Lyaohburg, Va baa - recently given Ti.000
Uollins lastitute. Botetonxt Bbrinaa. V.
which, with bergifta in previous yeara, and
gin ot ecsuow by Her buabaad aunaa; bit
life, raaket the turn of $17,500. ,
Francis Lata, a midilla-eired German alia
tome time past had been unemployed In
few York,-the other evening procured a
dose of itrychalae and tetinliiated hit txitU
,000 iiA...'ir ..... .. .... rn
Smiler and the Inexorable Mesquite.
We have had. aava tha Kaw Orlaaaa fVaaeaal
during our chequered existence, considerable
acquaintance with tbe mosquito family. We
nave mat inem in raMtia array While banting
through swamps. We have encountered the
bold attack of the pine-woods galinlnpar
and tbe insidious, noiseless surprise of tht
little black miscreant of the Guu" Keys, but
we have never yean aqnalari the bleod-thinty
pertinacity and melicout activity of a apeci
men that came under our attention, very re
' It waa rest after dark.". And nnr fVt.nrl
Smiler was trying to snooze eff the effects of
a cnampagne lasung, in which he heal bean
part magM, . We were cosily ensconced in a
retired corner, entirely hidden from tht
rlaion of said Smiler, who, -with arms crossed
on the desk before hhri, and head resting oa
them, had succeeded in giving two or three
respectable snores, when we heard the rather
profane ejaculation, d tt that mosquito."
Another desperate effort at repose wat
quickly interrupted by a sharp Slap at tome
ooject invisible to us.
Third Effort This .terminated In some
thing that appeared to ug liks . a. suppressed
start, cheeked down Inbi a ahiv.e . HmIU.
lifted his head, and gently, pasted one hand
una-Diacneea, as tnougn removing some
Htailant which he did not wish to irritate by
further violence., We could almost see in
bis face the glow of conscious philosophy re
warded fbr (Is patience, as he once more set
tled down for the " '. '
I .Fourth Effort This had hardly begun
when Smiler leaped to bis feet, and putting
hit hand into his pocket drew forth hand
kerchief:'' Whin. whin. Whin it want In
every direction around the head of its pro
prietor. That party, after . i trying . to - stand
and fight it out, found such a posture iacon-
Ienient, for some reason or older, and tank
own into hit chair: He remained on (ruard,
however, for a moment ar twn with nm.
atonal cuts at the atmosphere, when drowsi
aess bowed him down to hit former recum
bent position. , It was but for a moment, how
ever. A groan. Smiler sits straight up and
seema to resign himself to his fate. Suddenly
bright idea scisas . him,, and : having ar
ranged the handkerchief around his head in
a masterly manner, and Inserted each hand
into the cuff of tha other sleere, he settled
down tothe.'. i . - 4.1-nn n
Fifth Effort Pretty o-ood effort thia tima
but there were evident!, tome vulnerable
points in tbe dofense, if I could judge- from
occasional shirtings of the bead from side to
side. Moreover, . ihe . confined breathing
seemed to become oppressive, and presently
the American champion withdrew from the
struggle and took a long breath. V ' -
"IVill on,. lf. 1 Pj:... 1.1 A 1
. .. wu .v.. itKuuai auuieuik! uiuua-BUCBor.
tin, said Smiler, "Aint you satisfied yetf
ion cussed, striped-letred little tirerl V,
can hold more blood than a leech." Whi
wiuo, wim tne nanditerchiet; "if it watn
oat ot respeot tor your drinking powers,
wonld break your darned little heck, yt
spotted hyena.'' ' Whin. whip, whin "If
could drink atmnch as von in nmnnrtlnn V
fjO back and finish that champaga, but four or
byc ooiiies Dturin to enect my bead
, Here the reflection naturally soothed Sml
ler'e handkerohief into momentary repose,
while hit lace inclined toward his breast.1' It
was an unguarded moment : of which
enemy must have taken advantage,- for.
friend Struck out wildly, and then exclain
with bitterness. "Vet. youtly, sneaking little
devil; yon can't sing like a common, honest
mosquito, eh, and give a man a chance? But
I'll be np to yon." ' ,
Here Mr. Smiler deposited' bU nandW-
Cllief Oa the desk and cautinnalv raiaad nna
hand to. tha vicinity of hia face,. Ha sat for
a moment, and men slap, went the hand
with tremendous force on his. cheek-. Rmiior
gagea round tor a moment, with.,, the wild,
frohried gaze of a man who can aland no
more, when, teltini a ruler1, he anranor un. tn
aeaonlt tka anMMw TrHn.. . l T ... f .
wwu.- .uw uu.j, v uru. tuuatoiv, tua no.
Debus Was tOO treat fbr his halannitirrnnwem
and down he came, chair and all, with a great
crush. We hurried to hit assistance, and
after in vain arguing that instead of one mos
quito mere were ciouas ot them persecuting
hint we sufficiently mollified his resentment
to get him off to the 1 refuge of a moaquitp
. n..i.v i i iv.u. ' i. t
Next morning, as Smiler was coming down
town, the mines Wfth babiaa fled in alarm
tTom ine man with the measles.
Description of a Panama Beauty.
A eOrremondent. Writlnor fVnm Panama
lays? Some of the women are remarkably
handsome and graceful. About nine o'clock
in me morning, when the rayi of the tun
were Kettinar to oe nowertui. i nrnnnwi , nro
house, which wat visible through the ver
dure, to get a cup of cold water. The heads
of the family had no doubt gone into the
lurnata to pica rruiis, tor no one wat at home
out a young inaian maiden, who atartejt n
like 'a startled fawn, at m V annaaranra an.
might have fled, f I had not been stationed
in the doorway. Forming- mv hand Inin tha
shape of a drinking-cup, and elevating it to
j awaui. a iumi. . aaevfl any wants. ene
was immediatelv re-assared. and led tha wa
l T uJr in me rear oi tne dwelling,
whero a crystal mountain-spring burst forth
from1 the rifted rock, while I followed in
9jnrcuuic aKiuiintuoa ot uia vision of ioveit
utjen wuicu noaiea oeiore me. mn- :
Sne WAS attired in a loose dreaa nf tha nnraat
white, adown which her luxuriant hair,
plaited in broad, fiat plaits, bung k anal moat
increuioio lenirln. . tier couin luinn i was a
soft-tinted olive a good, rich ooloi. hut yet
delicate withal that the slightest eatoUon
was Sufficient to tend the crimson Mo he
cheeks. Each rounded arm waa inclosed by
tuMuiui-euapeu ana oosuy Dtaoeiet, and
her ears were atranomlv'aiiliinned a.nri..i.
somewhat m the form of a cresent. Herforer
neaa was txquf utely chiseled, and her feat nree
aluioat Grecian in their contour. But, hoar
euau t ever ueacxioa moaa artorinna rlraamv
vjmoj harp JaMaiuautmw WDUta Ol tiquia DttrS.
tnese long, aroopiag laahee, which evei
and anon came aoftljt dowm like t silken crrr-
aint. , .... ! ,vi i -ri n j-. i ) -i. i
,. . ! i ..ii j . -iv. 1 wT.'M II. l'"t'-in ir.
A Dnabiti of rat KLtxABiTBAa Ana Tne
time of Elisabeth wiU always ba memnrahle
Uldstrieua charactere, for the age of chiv.
airy waa no ti quit gone, . The Queen did by
means annrova of daellinir- hot alia area an
much struck with the followhrr instance of
ravorj ana nigu swesmment, that the called
sou of the. noblentan 'who. displayed it
yeuna- GenaraLa audofl'Bred aa fat and
godmother to him. Peregrin. Lord Will
oughby, having the gout both In ; hit hands
fett, receiaved a challenge from a person
who was scarcely hit equal ba point of rank,
which, being tent at rath a tiiae, could
be deemed the jets imperthierrV ' The
high ipirited nobleman wat taath axasper-
" aa,a av urvTent a yqtatwuty or a is conn,
i beibg called In eueetioa, or hit niee sense
honor aud propriety being' doubted, he
offered to meet the Parana with kti piaoe ' ef
eanlee Su.iw.an kU U irk. . .
oouree-ldropped, and tbe challenger traa' ra-
rjdedwitt wntampt by the whoit oourt.1
iwKu,.. T ir. irrr .
aa, " n aaray ewveatr aitA. A BH , j Ap. AJ - gB W JDJ AT-T JfcAjfW
M0BT.-eWithin the last weak, savt the U
don Court Jew Ml. Lord-. W i,n
recently marriod, bat gone raving mad, ana
extremt measures have been resorted to, t it
showed itself by hit first holdipg out
threat to hi Wife, who, at length bacoming
alarmed, went to her husband sister, who
staying at Brighton, i to tee her pro too.
Uou. The wtiojt fawy are ' . the greatee.
I .. jrtO(- i T" W..m t-Atvt o'l j.a'.(1 1
i r: i ii i r I...-.
Til If At ANBIB , , DjauaorM n Aaaaa .T-ha
Japanese Piincas dauia to. ohtaiia Aatari,
weapona and tools for mai-in thaam.in.Wh
thowu amuskot or aeaaaa, Ukyaaya ffarff
teed, Xtta Xngllshmaa Very nUfi
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
One Day Later from Europe.
ARRIVAL OF THE PRINCE ALBERT.
REPORTED ASSUMPTION BY GARIBALDI OF
THE DICTATORSHIP OF SICILY.
7 St.'JoBiH'J'unB": The steamer Prinu
AUrt arrrrwd at) the Bayef Briton at five
o'clock on the morning of the 6th inst. She)
brings Galway dates of tbe C0x Alav, and
Liverpool dates, bv telegraph, to the ieth of
Mar.11"-- ' ' -;
baldi bad entered Palermo and assumed the
Dictatorship. Sicilian official . dispatches
claim a victory over Garibaldi.
: The proceeding In the House of Common!
indicate that the Government will be unable
to carry the reform bill through this session,
and they wDl virtually determine to aban
don it. 1: "
The result of the great Derby race wnt sent
in tbe telegraph news by the last steamer.
"Umpire" ran forward throughout the race,
but came In at the end of the sixth horse, being
long distanced by the winner, "Thormandy."
I It it rumored that the Emperor of Russia
contemplated visiting Paris. l i d : v
i It was also reported that the iloniteur waa
S .bout to publish a speech by the French Em
lassador to theSultan of Turkey, of an alarm
ng nature. . ' .. .- ii . , ..:
I The friends of the Grand Duke of Tuscany
Continued the agitation at Florence for his
The Government had seized Important doo
etnents containing instructions for an insur
rection in the States of tbe Church, Calabria,
Gortschakoff had issued it circular explain
ing the reason way tbe Turkish Embassador
was not admitted to the diplomatic meeting
of Christians in Turkey. ,i .. . ( -.j ,
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
I London, May 25. The Sicilian newt are
very meagre and conflicting, it is reported,
and some authorities assert correctly, that
Garibaldi had entered Palermo with 9,000
infantry and cavalry, and that the Neapol
itan were laying down their arms. It wat
also stated that Garibaldi had issued a stir
ring proclamation, stating he assumed provisionally-
the Dictatorship of Sicily. He
was received with the greatest enthusiasm at
Palortno: t.. .. :.i .
The news lacks reliable confirmation, and
seme regard it as premature.. There was a
great panic at Messina, among the author
ities there. Official Neapolitan dispatches of
tue ea aou itda ot May, assert tnat tne insur
gents were beaten twice, driven from their
positions and pursued, aud that one of their
leaders, noaeeima rnto, was killed.
, j " COMMERCIAL IHTBtLIOI.-JCB. " ' C'
iZivtrpoot May 25. Breadstuff! Messrs.
Rl, 8. A 0o.,report Flonr dnll at 26s. 6d.30e.
wheat quiet sales of red at 10s. 8d.10s. 8d.;
white at lls.12s. 6d., Corn very dull: sale
of mixed at 34s. 6d.; yellow, 34j. 6d.35sj
white, 86e. Bd.37s. . ' '
' Provision Market. Messrs, ! Wakefield,
Kash A Co, B., A. A Co, and others, report
Beef heavy, and all qualities slightly declined.
Bacon inactive, but firm. Lard dull and
? notations barely maintained: sales at 75
a. . Tallow All qualities slightly declined:
talesofbutcher'iat 62. .... , ...
Produce Market Ashes Pots and Pearls
at 28s.29t. 6d. for the former, and 32s.d.
33a. for tbe latter. Sugar heavy. Coffee
dull, and all qnalitiet declined. Rye is dnll
at ale. 6dj tome tale of Carolina at 24. 6d.(ty
26. FUh Oils slow of sale, but price nasi
Msad. . Li oared OIL Sag, d.g29a. Retin
Steady at is. 6d.(4a. 6L for reaima. .
' London Market. Baring Brothers report
aainauetuuB quiet, iron auil, .3 OS. lor raUS
ana oara, i
dull, and J
Rite steady. Turpentine dull, 36s, 6d.36a.
1 allow DJB.tisoS. on. 'lea. all one tiaa
slightly advanced. ''.
Monty Jfar tat. Consols closed on Friday
v fj. iueaara. sou at vh, report tne marxet
for American Securities quiet and unchanged.
I ., LATB8T BT TBLBOBAPB. ; , , . ,.
iiivtrvooU Mau 25. Cotton Salasan Fri
day amounted to 4,000 bales, of which 1,000
were to speculators and exporters; market
closed very dulL .' . ,i
Breadstuffs closed, on Saturday. P. M
auiet, and Provision! dull.
London, Saturday, P. if". Consols dull at
95H96X for money and acconnt. '
From New York— Blunders of the Telegraphic
Nbw York. June 7. Tha followintr La tha
correct version of some portion of the. newt
by the iVt'act Albert, which waa wrongly
printed, owing to the blunders of the tele-
grapn operators: . -.
St John' I. June 6. The Prince Albert
rived at this port at five o'clock vaatardav
morning, butowing to the wires being down,
na waaw, uaaju uuuuie hi transmit ner news
till this evening. , , ; - ...i ..
' The Prince Albert left Gal wav rwi tha ava
oi toe e-our or stay, and brings advices of that
date .by tolearaoh from both London and Liv
erpool,,,;., ,.,;,-- n-U v.i d-k-i 'li ImW J .. -'1
' Tlie steamer AortA Mriton. from Quebec.
May 112; arrived at Liverpool May 24, and the
Atari York,, hence for Bremen, touched at
Soathampton cm the 24th.-"!
The bullion in the Bank af Kno-land ha.
faeereased aince the last weekly return to the
aawiji ui avin,wv. , , .. (T . ,
, Linerpool Chiton Market f be'iaies for the
weelc added ap 43,000 bale, of which 180,000
bales, were on speaulation fbr export. A de
cline I of a had taken place, mostly on
the lower and middling qualities. .
.Prices were rerv irreo'iilai- and hnM.-.
were jireselng their stocks oa the market.
The Cur and middling rood oualitiea were
Withaut change. Salea oa Frldav of a non
- .kl-E a non S I
uauee,.ui nuitu a,uw wen axponed, J(
Alabama Democratic Convention.
Mostsombbt. ALA.. June a The Natlnnal
Democratic Couven tion sent a full delegation
to Baltimore, and. nominated, an, Eiacteaal
lca.a . , f - -
The, delegate at' large are' D. C. Hum
phreyi S. C. Paslay, W. O. Wintton, J. J,
FivieUj R. A. Baktr, J no. Forsyth, A. W
ajo-aiu, mau a, uarneil. - , , . ,i. 0
I here was also twenty district dcletratta.
The Regular -or Hecadera f!n
aends I delegates .to Kichuead 'and 1 Baitl
r.i . .... . .,, ,. .lcj
twentv diatrtot delacataa si i m vi
Mr. ,Yancev had tha lonr. thia raomina..
um Bpuaw in ntyor oi uie minority. Plat
form. 1 .M.i'..... -a i- h -. '.
Mr, Gardner, of uRkthmoad.- rblloweo'1h
favor of the minority plaifbrm. u - nut
Mr. ifackson, of Savannah, spoke in ravot
of the majority platform. ' . ,
Mr. Cobb, of WaehmEtoh'city;l'crooea the
debate.1 All the apaeuhae -were able, and
many of them elcouenty, . iui , t,x .tiaii.
0. 8. Stiles called the previous .ouaatifVB.
and the main question, wat ordered. , ,
Th Vote waa tbea-takari on the "Hnlh'nVlt'i
pUtloroi, and resulted yea, tT nays, 305."-
tea yoie waa man wnan on ua malority
" Iar6? ir Q- Lyons, A. B. Meak,
B. W. Peine, W; I. Taneey. Wm. Brooks, P,
D. 8mltb,i L. P. Walker. L. TavlaKand
Arrival of a Cleveland Schooner at Liverpool.
t --1 r .liawaA.,, .iioiaai bun
Wsw Yoai. June -TliaVhn,naaA ta
Xutktr, from Clevelahd. arrived at Livarooal
th 23d ef Mayi"11'"! ausn'J' V-1
' I " V ' "il II BBBil I III i ll.aiKilO, m)n:.
tataataaaat af a t.rca pry Uevaa Haaaat.
MBanrBtB. Jama T.lO. T. Welle, an
I . UOM.
Atvestewaitala net needing tva Vnat fagaU
A 1 . a laaaata
Mrger adyertlaeaiawta luearW at the IMIowraa.a
. ' leraeaaraaf i
iew nwea er Mm
Oaa htaartlee-A '
..i. i i r . -nn rfij J
-i ..ii'l r'l I
.. JOB I'llINTlNO -,it w
la all lie tnaacbee done with aaatnem aaA kerartoiv
Arrival of a Cleveland Schooner at Liverpool. SEWING MACHINES
V H E E L E ft & W 1 LOOK'S
SEWING MACHINE I.
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PIKKty OPEBA i HOTJaXBL
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Vvt'lwiKr Oao?Sa! iESnirlXui ,
uivui'iiv., un w uini tue uetueaa lor a
lioed Tainlly llachiaa.haeelntndaeaal a i
fir.W STYLE, worklngupon the earn, arlnotple, ao
.The eleaanae, epeed, aoleeleaaneae and trntiiwarel 1
the Machine, the beauty and strength of ethoa, be- r
ing aiiaa ok aora ainre, impoaaibie to rarei, and
earing no cntln or rldee oa the nadar aide, the :
aoonomyof thread and edaptebllity to the tbiekert
r thiaaeet labrlce, hae readarad thh) the moat enc 1
eaeami ana goyuiar aamiur aewln m-kiq. now .
At our yerlona pUlcee wa aril at Saw Tort arleee. ,
and sir inatrectlona, free of charge, to enebCi ynn
ehaaera to eaw ordinary . team, hem, fall, aalla, i
gather, bind and tack, all on the aania auvaUfne. en I
warrant it lor tnree years, ' 1
nana or can ir a circular eoataialn fall sartlow
tart, arlcea, teatlmoalale, eto.
VM. 8C1UNEK. ae CO. ;
Na. 9 SBWIMO - fllMT
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ehlaee, that they will do -a-. a aia-
a BRUTEa tmsxt of worh,' ' ,! 1 -! ' - '"'
. I - WU DO MORE WORK, AND " '
' ' ' WILL 00 IT IN BETTER $TtU "
Than aaa ha don ea any other Machine. S1K0.
KK'S TAAIILT MACHINES, tUS And S7S.' '
. VCInoianall Offloe, No. 8 teat foartAtnrat, .
maSB-ay , JA8. 8 H. A UPON, Agant. '
; bK 33 au' S ,33 Y. &
J Improved Double-threaded - " " '
FAMILY SEWING HACHHTS &
No. 72 West lnrtb-stml. V
AirnT to etemlna vaat
befuct porckaalug alaewheaa. . . ... ' . . i
... JOUVKX CO., jAfnttu '
; aire-eat K. TH Wart Foarth, oy ttarre.' ' L '
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$30. ' $30.: $30. $80 $30. -
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TaJrw-OctJarDeaUa Look wtl tab 'r'"-s
Family Sawing Machines ' '
BXGTJBXO BT BBCltKT HTTTB8 PATHTl, , , ,' ,
T'flPIAPH.IN E HAS. BEEN PEOa
nwot.u wj an oomneieni innaea, wno be1
I) b all Nimmr.nr inA,u .,.1...
eeeh IL to be tbe heat and ma.. a-lfnl- V.n-
hewlng Hachine arer Introdaoed, aaoAauaaa oa
raw: a. jt will
i all klnda of Btmlly
tne Tery tnickeat to the very tnett labrlce made, aal
late, all klnde of thread, from Mo. t to SOU
Tfo Oil U aaea- m lop ottk, MeckJL. .
nend fir a circular, or call end m. It In operation,
toaeonred7 sv'ic'k'u. tau and Goantf rlgbta atar t
AneneraeUoaeraca aaa make a fcrtne la aabert ,
tima. Agenu wanted in all unold Territory.
Sole end eicluilTe agent for th. Vulud utea, ,
eeplt-tf at West ironrth-etreet, ClnolnaaU. ' -
J. 0. TOWERS & CO..
I '" FASHIONABLE '
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STRAW and LKGHOKN HATS, for hUa
and Soya, of tha laUat iliee. ; ,,
Aa InapBctlon solicited.
DR. MERIT WELIe-S,
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Bpser or kmer aeu of teeth-soatlniioua aom,
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coal cooexG stove::
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MAKPFACTTBED AUD TOE BAiaS BT'inoi
CAMPBELL, ELLISON & CO.,
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