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, rwnaayi June , cna i Tuesday. Jun 12,
1'l"MNU n('p.l and I hi, prleclnnl m,
In nill ciMtnma and op-rntlc ecenerr, of the fvtluw
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tiJIUllA ill LAMIkRHIION, rFI
11. BAIiBIKKIt IHMflOXIA,
The public are reepectfurir informed tli, In ena
eminence of tha jteucral axpreeeed dc.ii-evf.v apeat'
fniulierof .it.igul.i,4 clilMiw of tluectty, ,
"MTIiLE" ADELINA PATH,
J Tb Mnrltel War1 ffclor rfc1 V-jaaemie. of Moata In
t'- ! ,'BrIJ, thliadelpbinand Boetuni.
The nlmt Contralto) -',".
,- H I ON Oil linlG-NOLI,
; 'inn 1 h greater.! Tenor In America). ',.
! ,j :-: The avort faaeoua Baritone la America; '
,..,.- ,. HIONOII JUWOA, i
. .. - Thee neat BaMo-ln America.
All the fBo- iWrtrairnlahed Vofallflg t the aWa.
nnmed Arad"mli-i, will appear In act and the prlci
falgeaaaqf tiu ; we.iie.ue4 upery U kthi(l; ,y ,
.... iiii tOoatmno,' I
. - ANO WITH AWROPRIATE SCENERf,
o.m'sioni)ai, 3mK it,' and tIiesday,
PKOONAMM OV HONDAT'S PKftrOIMAMCI.
I, The principal gem. of the Oct act off
-Mio Adeline Pattl
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Lord A1iti,..a. a,........,...,
I, r3 TUe lanoill fourth act of '
V LA VAVMHITA.
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JWh Alfonso... Monntoiir Junai
4. aim prtuciiwii gi'Dii irum ttiu nrmt m-t oc
Fifttfw. M....HlRDor t'erii
. - PHOORAMMR OF TUMDAY P KRrUUI AMOK.
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f: Hie entire aecoiid act of JTloUiw'a celebrated
and ravonte opora of
. The I
.Mlu Adeline Pattl
4. Xue-eotire fbtirth act or
ui- w ( i mi j ' lid TJtUVATOHB. 1 '
IWAnnrado. i : ,
Th tfpvratlt; Vrlotuu.uot irllL Ik nnder the per
fc !,,eMr:ljiiArMifc-' 6tiiakoch, ,,"r""
0 I;ifAiMMurtlMlclJtew York. r '
FKK 'EH Or ADMISSION ;
Vrtm Circle, Tpqutt inJ f Int Tler.....H SI 041
O v lery w..... 50
rdif-friiiiwtfomjMw tor iwirw tal will n
ctve DroniDt tteittiuD. br MldrvMinc J. V. 1IKH
HKUfl TriiABUiur of J ike Uporltfiie, inflMiog
ttwnru-oftkkts. I J ' s 1 f
KrTHM iitlti i vrna wnorc- book na moto-
grt h tor wile at Tetera A 8on'a Miuic Htvn
4 renin earn.
1 8 o'clock. '
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F. ATFTt-OnNFH nr
K-TtlEKrii.-JoH A. El.
An. aole Mananer and LaeKee.
Paioaa or A Dmailoir.-lreaa Gfreln and Paraaetta.
JBO cunte; Onlier. cente.. : r r
V Obai. ot Iuu.e-Aioon open t I'olook ; enrtaln
rlaa at J. , ,. .
"IttmtmL mwrt orjmr. iahodoK
Via. iltfi. ftsAHWBB, Jn., - -
Manager and Proprietor of SAttronp'f If tKarnxu.
liaa, labile moat p7iaeworthy manner, tendered hia
own lubWrtvttJU. number al' AUtaianted
TH8 0HAMPIOH BAn."lilCl( I
L' . w. ti V",ll,w...'. . :.rt pr Fr
eeieoraien arama enimea
,.! w LA TOOft Dl MtBt.t) "
.t' .n f l , ra niiinl o Biatm;
tVptaln Buridan. Mr, Larifdon; Walter D'Aalnajr,
; Mr" Read: ruillp r'AUnl , ff r. WUi Queen Alar.
' garet. Mr..0llbrt. r
- After whlcbi - - ; "
Vllllklna and lftilJi.I...2...C.. J. 0. Sanford.
BaUleanaka J l...3. "'...,....DicJi Miter.
.To conojnde.wtth the. Inmrhakkx farce of ' ' I , I
.-, ;ui iTJ1n LOTTKRV.TIOKKT. ' 1 " "
Wormwood, Mr. Homer; Mra. Oonett, In, Ollbert.
lV ouuaji arrnjnf.Benent of' 6 ipenr B, FI
fng Artillery of the Aoierlcaa Continental, for tna
purptMM of ralalug funa;la aid of the Harriaua
toBUtBOBt.,,,., , , , ..... ...c. -A
QUI PLEASURE THE ENJOYMENT OF OUR FRIENDS
FIIRBT AK'NtTA i' PKCHlfa OK, THE
" Wednesdiy, June 13, I860.
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Ticket $1. Menter'e-Braa and airing Baud I en
gaged far4ht aeiyalon ) . j f ' t j i j' m a
PirNfrVfAnt-TlMO BB (HTBTN VT,
E"XtELS(0R DANCINQ CLUB,,
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Tlckin One Dollar. ,
ik .. 1 J. fit FTBOIfBBl SecreUry."
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Commencing Monday, June 4,
SaHruJd' .nd bis Cpera TrOBpe.
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MAST Kit HANKOKD, j. W.1 HOlipEK,
J.-PATJL. 0. P. PBRR,
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i VON bOkllURoT.
KCOLN aud . B. bANfOBD,
Uie, week, in tbalr . , . T
MelodiVu 6ong, Danoee and Refrain.
tlokete....... ......-.....a9 oenta.
TnTOTIfJ.-THK .WATIONAI THBATKR
J.T I now for rt hir Oie Sauunr oe vonL "T ITne-
alrltai Perfoiuleueee, ltaliun, (taiau or Hurleeque
Opera, Ac, Au, and mar be had oW reaaonalile ternia,
br the nignior werK, Aor particular, appir w,
"" ' ' " " .National Tuaator Bnllillng,
ran-tf rt fM -..!' . 4anra-atret.
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liTAwi'FAnrraKn by john b. htah.
J.'AV ULkU, of llillurecK Towuiuip, ana not ex
celted r ai aiUUe ia the market,-In,nn
aVit-tawmt eornar Onti l-t autia nui AU(4...
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itkilDMa aejaln.And an ih ruii at hr rB.drB,i
Lliin and Culler od iiNrty aud Wade,, wham aha.
u "w in n.iiji wni ATI Ml vi iiur'BiiTot, uca.rmaw
ir,.t.ii jjieoj w"i i'"" """"" r pi."--,-.
uiiftl.fr, or by card.' fo all thoeft who m.r e l.U
ii rouault W n l Unk o( liiiiluee, f.r any nailer-
taklug. ".ui., yuiu, Ivva-inatrlmoBP, lot.
t,.r. aoviect "aall.ractl., ill Be gtrea.
Uuur. irom v a. a.. u r. j. . . ".. - " "
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Littli Miiai-U atBrtea falter than Cltr tlroe.l
A. IT. nnd It P. L Ooltraibtal Adnommodatlon,
4 P. M . Xeaia Aooomaodatlon, fl p. . j
tMuantumi HitTo ax wwh- ntlantea
futar than (Mr Uw, A. M., lhl A. M., i,a
P. M. and P. K.- BaaiUtoa Aoeommodatlon, 8 A.
M. and 3il0 P. M . ' ' ' I
" Omo MiiaiPM-HII an Inn tee lower than
Oltp tlaee.) 4ri.l A. At. aad 8t39 P. M. lonlarllle
AeeoatnMatloa.3 P. M. . k. . ,. .
laoiAjiAroita ak OmcimAn RnoaT-Lma-rll
ulaatea alower than dtytlBM, St4 A. M., lliSO
AnnrrTA Ao CixcliiPATt ft nilontea hater thida
Cltr time, Bi4tt A. M. ndr3i30 P. M.
OorrKOTOH amd Lhiuqtok lOitr tlme.1 Sid 5 A.
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OixoiKNATi, Biohmokd AMD lUDlAMArOLie M A.
M., Si30 P. M 6 P. M. '
limi Ku-3Jta A. M ., 8 A. K .. lli4 A. M.
and 4i40 P. AT . ' ;
Onto Ajro M ihimipti-ViSS A. U., ltt'iS P. M.
nnd i90 P. M.
Oincinnavfi HAHtiron A lAnnip'Tf4ft. A. M,,
10i4 A. M., 1 P. M., Si30 P. M., Tt39 P. M. and
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lKDIAKAr0I.il akd Circimhati 10tl3 A. Hi,
4 P. H. and 11i4S r M. . r
- MAainTTAAB-n CmoiaATi-10iOO A. At. aud
CoTifroTev AKBiLaxraannlOiAJf A. M. nni
4iM P. M. I
C'ikcwkati, BicnvoKB . An IapiVAroauTitf
A. M..1P. M.,8i3P.M; '
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George rrentiga, a young man. committed
nticide a day or two iiuce in Neeahsm, Mass,
by taking strychnine. '. , , , I
Martin Welsh, a nicture-frame manufnc
turer, ahot himself, with TriatoL in New
v- i. m i , 1
A vra, un i uesuay CTuia(, nuuuitsuuiBM.uuj'j
Lady Byron sent $200 to the Sicilian ComJ
mittee a few days before her death, as lief
donation to the Garibaldi fund. , j
i The proprietor of temperahoe nine-pin
alley, down South, offers "llarpcr's IUustra-.
ted Bible as a prize lor ut pins, -vj
Prof. Joseph Roby, the head of the anotom
Ccal department of the Unirersity of Mary
land, died on Saturday. '
tl. c..:i K a nk... A. r r x:,.-r.,Tt,
Vsy recently announced by teigeroph, is said
to be of a most dishonest nature.
John B. Qouirh, who has been lecturing for'
three years in England, is to return to this
country in July. . ; v.- j . . t- 4 .
The Repnblicanl of Toledo have under con
sideration the matter of the erection of a wig
wam In that city. . .r
' A desperate fight took place recently in
Madison Parish, La., in which fire or six men
Were either killed or dangerously wounded,
The " Fancy'' of Norfolk Va, are amusing
tnemseires oy ngnung rats, imported irom
New York, with terrier dogs of Norfolk
A soda fountain at the store of Miilsnaucrh
k Johnston, Richmond, V., exploded the other
day and scattered the ntrol all over , the
f A KenracKian ;wtni nsning;. uei wean, at
Moauoketu. Iowa, with 700 in- his pocket,
He laid his coat behind a fence, and some one
robbed nis pocket. -
i Aw Insolrent debtor who bad been impris
oned for a debt ten years, was recently dis
charged from confinement by the English
uommissioner oi insolvency.
r The Young Gaard, of Richmond, Ta., hare
commenced the practice of the Zouare drill,
under the instruction or unpt. meizicr, ot tne
French Army. - j
Of all" "iiilts'that are d'ownfo? bearinir,"
we should gav that the lore suit with a rich
widow who is deaf in both ears, is about as
difficult to win as any., i - . i j-v i
A little botv not four rears sldT (on of John
S. Berry, was run orer and killed, on the 6th
inst., near iisiayette, ny ine cars on tne
Indiana ventral Kaiiroaa.,,.
hare arrived in Lowell Uaas. ' Ooly one out
of the number can speak English. They are
to be employed m tne juawrence mils,
The Ohio JburfAtfllv' Education dnotes an
account of a school .where, put of tqirtr-flre
scholars! nine boys chow tobacco and! fire
girls wera smokers, j itf v.l-Ui'i
Osman Pasha, the first Chamberlain of the
sultan, wno was dismissed a snort time ago,
has been arrested on a cnarge. ox Baring em-
bezzled 28,000 000 piasters.
Lord Palmerstioln came to irrief at! the late
Derby races, on account of the loss of a heavy
bet on tne American. norse"U mpirev ,
a young man cumiuitwu auiuiuo uv ir.a
Karl Hoa, Providence, R; 1., recently,1 by
taaungpuoaniini ,-yt-.IK s..tl.
Ther advertise camnaitm coats. IrreDressi
ble hats, and squatter sovereigntj couk-taiU)
The Baltimore Turrutitung, the central
organ of tha .German Turner. Band -of the
U nited etatea, nas declared in laror or liin
ooln furPnsiilent; ' m ..m'iij
There is now residing in the Richmond
(.) Poor-house a white woman, Sarah Kain,
who was one hundred and one years old last
George Maltzberger, an aged citizen of
Heading, t'enn was cnoaea to, uewm uiern
last week while .eating pickled olauia,; He
was intoxicated at the. time. 1 j St,
i ha Thursday a 'heavy'riail and rain storm
passed orer Hagerstown, Md, indicting much
damage upon the crops of farmers residing ia.
un viciuity. .
rj.. frv ij, "pi II
The' Vharires Rcainat Commander Totter,
how on-trial before a ooart martial at Charles
ton, 8. C- are ''drunkenness, opprassive treat.
neut an? IwhAVWr pbecotnuian officer.",
i 'a nnarrel .between two Germans at Mon-
foeville, on the Cleveland and Toledo Rail
road, on Bunaay, resuiieq in ineaentn ui out
Of Wi parties irotn a grap py me otner.
LThe printors at Tike' 'Peak hare struck
r higher wages. They want $100 per
winnth anil the v hare been rwceir Ins 173.
Day labor at the. Peak is .from, I to 3 per
day. :.u ', i UX- -i "'i. '
Lorenzo Dow bnca said, of a."rraPlneI
nVrmarj thai If ha had the whole woruf en-
oloeed in a siniile field, be would not be ton-
tent witbout a paten ol grouua on mo uuwiuv
The bark M'iltyrt, recently captured.with
at anaartrn nf African t Is said to hare beet
owned and fitted out by a Boston house, who
anticipated cUarinj - orer - 00,000 by the
i A berae 'entered a boarding-tiouse ia Co
Iambus, n this HtnU, a few dnys ago, walked
thrmioh aavcrnl tif the rooms, looked into
the minor, and. alias' avatisfyinir himself that
jMI.Waa T'gnt, aeparteu, w: " ,
t la mmnred tli&t tha count deChambord
f (a UkelT to ire to Home: but his presence
1,7 f.. i .
thai Olty wkile m .many r renira' ivroopa .an
there will UardJJ ,be afreeame to ne nniperor
nnputova.., , b 141 le. i. ii,
I 1 George .Sand kas; bogun a new novel, H",J,a
Vjue Koir,1' in the jxik1' " toe Paris Rnu
iU.JIMt' n couiriDiiwo,
ntly a biogiaphical study, " La Briuvil
l" to the AfViM 44 4rwa Jttnd.
A Wife-Tortured Benedick—Queer Suit for
Mrs. Rush. tl Wife afa tailor At Rrlo-litrai.
Kngland, lately petitioned for a divorce on
the ground of orunlly. . The respondent de
nied that He had ver kicked his wifr; but
one day when she had been a Irnig lime Up
stairs neglecting hetr domtMtio duties, he Went
up to her and said! "Jane, you had better
walk dowa stairs, ot you may, perhaps, be
kicked down." Hhe Went down stairs more
quickly than usual; and when she reached
the Bottom respondeat did slightly flap her
face. ' Did once tnke up a earring-knife and
say be would be recompensed, but ha only
said that in A Jocular manner. Intending
merely to frighten her. Objected to her con
stantly walking oat with her aoninlaW not
that there waa any harm In It, but when a
woman was married to a husband, was she
bound to honor and obey hiny or was she to
Eiwnm noraeur ii tne laicer, wnat would tne
abitationa of mankind br-come? 'Was rery
fond of the Scripture. Had read to ber the
seventeenth chapter of the Revelations, which
treated of the mystical Babylon, the mother
of harlots, and the abominations of the earth.
Did taat because he did not regard the peti
tioner as an upright and prudent woman.
Had every reason to believe that she was a
curse, and not a blessing to man. The tor
ment he had received from her would pass
belief. She had been nothin? but a treacher
ous , hypocrite, who had thought to orer-
tnrow mm and jret mm into ner snare, ey
her snare he meant a trap. Bra trnn he
meant a drag-net. By a drag-net he might
mean a cage; and neroDject was to put a yoke
of bondage round his neck a yoke of iron
which no man could bear. Had told her that
he never cared for her. It was she who had
sought him, not be her. Had been compelled
to hare the woman. Told her so the morn
ing of the wedding, before her daughters; aud
reminded her that she had still time to draw
back. Had once come up behind her as she
waa walking in the street, and given, her a
poke on the shoulder with his stick.. There
was a groom riding past, and respondent told
him that the woman was his wife. The man
said: "If you're got a worse wife than I
hare, God bless rou I" Was once a dar and
a night in Lewes Jail. That was because be
was a stronger tn Brighton, and could not
find sureties; but the next day three persons
offered to be bound for him. Had since been
bring alone. V anted no more wires; should
rsjuioo to get. no. 01 mis one. . .
A Distinguished Musician and Actress—
A Distinguished Musician and Actress— Appearance of Lubeck and Risteri.
Stella, a fine and clever Paris correspond
ent of the Home Journal, speaks of two dis
tinguished persons she met at a party:
Lubeck is about 30 in aDBearance. fire feet
nine inches in height, broad-chested and
broad-browed. His hair is brown and luxu
riant ; bis eyes dark and softly expressive as
a woman a ; bis teeth bne : his voice soft and
magical in its tones as the music that flows
from under his dirine touch. With a manner
a little nonchalant Lubeck is tout a fait, the
style to win the hearts of fair ladies. He
played one or two of his own compositions ;
and such playing, such expression, such ex
quisite sentiment, such harmony I It took
away the breath, aud left us powerless as a
cnuu. rvewere entranced, rapt in a dream
from which we did not wish to wake. We
saw a world such as we had heard the preach
ers describe cities with golden domes, and
diamond pavements, and miliums ot amrelic
forms flitting before us. We were listening
10 oiras singing and fountains playing in
As we were about leavintr. a ladr trlided in
ana seatea nerseii on tne soia nu-o-pu. A
few turned their eyes on her for a moment,
and then went on with their conversation.
One or two, who seemed to know her, hov
ered around her as if charmed. She leaned
gracefully on her right arm, which rested
easily on the end of the sofa. The attitude
was artistic, the pott classic. She wore a
rich dark silk, demiltcalUtee; the hair waa
DiacK, ano worn plainly on tne temples; tne
brow was broad, the eyes large and black;
the complexion brnnette. and the features
miner more in me noman wan in tne Ital
ian type. We could not take our eves from
this picture so exquisite in form and color1
an inexplicable charm wag around her. A
soft soul-light lay on the features as arm-
beams lie on the brown leares in an autumn
day. A soft roice said to us in a low key,
Suit Aqaiibt abt Omnishs Dbivsb, pot
Ovkhloadimo. A Liverpool ' omnibus, li
censed to carry sixteen passengers, recently
took in seventeen or eighteen, a rery mod
erate tiling for an omnibus to do, as a Mew
xorker would minx, un tuia Mverpool
morning a druggist was crowded and there
by made cross, as was natural though inju
dicious. He accordingly en tered a complaint
at the Police Court, charging the driver with
ariolation of the ordinance regulating the
numner ot passengers, i ne lawyer wno con
ducted the defense said this was one of the
most contemptible proceedings he had ever
Known: out as it aid not appear mat tne
learned counsel knew anything about the
neculiar feelinirs of men ridina Tn an omni
bus, bis remark went for nothing, and the
driver was tinea, twenty-five shillings and
. . i j ' . i i i -,)i:
Tna Initiatory Trot in Amirica. On
Friday, September 6, 1816, a horse called
"Old Bins", trotted three miles on tha Salem
Turnpike, at. Lynn, in eight minutes and
lorty-two seconds. . This was the Crst trot in
America. On the loth of the same month
the same horse trotted the distance In elgh
minutes and fifty-six. seconds; and again on
the 12th in eight minntes and eighteen and
three-fourth seconds. The bora was owned
br Maior Stacknole. The last trial was timed
by B. W. Crowningshield, Esq j Capt. George
Talcott, of the United States Ordinance, Mr.
jiiCKiey, of Boston, aura nr. doh, oi oaiem,
peing me judges.
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I'lRlbOUB KXPBRIIHOB OP - KARBY, TBI
Hohsb-TaiiWi Mr. Rarey was recently o
erating upon a two-year old filly at Oxfor
when sudaenly, from some uaexplainable
cauae, the animal dashed away "among the
spectators, dragging Mr. Rarey with niin.
xaree front rows or seats were Droxen, ana
tipward of thirty occupants were unseated.
Most of them were more frightened than
hurt.: One lady' was oblige to be taken
home In a fly, and three young men were also
rather injured. Mr. Rarey showed the mot
determined resistanne to the animal, and br
Bis .courage and strength succeeded in re
straining it from doing further mischief, and
with tha aid - of bis wo assistants, tha. colt,
Pair atb War Bbtwkiik Hotil Kkspus.-v
Tittlfi hrlrata war Is racrinir between two
hotel keepers on the Canada side of Niagara
Falls,, and ,rimtors are. sunieciea to aiucb
vexation la consequence. The livalry seems
to have taken somewhat of a national turn.
The Druramondville Htporttr, taking the
British, side, blame the Canadian Govern
ment for granting exclusive privilege to
Americans, aud laysi "If a favor is asked by
an American, it is granted t" If he reauiree
an office, he obtains one I and the sure pass
port Ut preferment and to wealth, lies in the
talismanla words, "I am an American citi
zen I'" ,,'lj.aV7 JL,..QJxXlj..
' T'URJTANIO, aCaPTI0N;Op TUB COMSDtJ All
'Wild 0AT8,"--Thi was the first play pro
duced In New gngiaod, long Dsiore tne nev,
olution. when the worthy citizens held play
ers la utter abhorrence. The manager waa
avraotiul durintr tha nerfiirroaHon. and drftirired
through the slreuUs'drceicd, fo hi parte
''air Ueorge TMumler, ana laneu to ma resi-
fined by -the scandalized expounder of the
Prudery in Art—A Sensible View of the
The London 'zaminr, of late date, ob-
serves: . i- ,i . -. . i - !
An Inno- an ham Tirrl Haddn. with hia
annual prudish notion against nnde models.
we snail nnrvr want a good ino"iration 0!
Swift's definition of a nice rrlari. The nnsti
neas is entirely in tha Kut-tirulnf View of the
subject, not In the subject itself, which aug
geata nothing of the kind to the pure eyea of
ncieriea or art. We hardly know a lesa ed
viaMe 'eonatitiitio of mind than one in
which the conternnlatkm of the most exqui
site work of creation la ifldiaeolubly con
nected witn "DUtmges against decency snd
morals." 8om men can not conceive a Lu
cre tia without a Tarqnin, or meet Dorine on
wie stair wiinont -i amine s explosion oi
virtue against her Bare artttS. -'
Milton had a rery different notion from
Lord Haddrg of the moral influence of
beauty, where he represents the sight of Eve
imparting a momentary virtue to the fiend
mmseir. ine poet certainly nescnoes the
goodness produced as - a "stnpid" one
"stupidly good" and In that respect we
must own that the study of the nude, after
their own fashion, has been perfectly suc
cessful with Lord Haddo and Mr. Bpooncrt
The kind of goodness is so dull as to see no
difference between the studio of a Titian or a
Raphael and a house of the worst fame. 1
Nothing can be more true than what Sir G.
Lewis affirmed, that "The ancient masters.
whose works all admired, and who were re
cognised as the elawrieal models in every de
partment of art, had acquired their knowl
edge by a study of the human figure, male
and female." How else, indeed, could the
have acquired It? As well might the land
scape painter study the face of nature only
wnen covered wito mists and togs, as tne
painter of the human form hope to express,
except by the mode of study which fanaticism
denounces. , We are sorry to hear Sir G. C.
Lewis foreboding that "A time mar come
when a refined' feeling of delicacy in tne pub
lic may render the present practice of artists
impossible," for it is the same as foreboding
the death of art Itself. It is obrious that if
ercr Lord Haddo converts the public to hia
views, the movement can not stop with put
ting down the nude in flesh and blood. It
must, in consistency, be nut down also in
stone and on canvas; the monuments of art
must perish with its original sources; snd the
same inexorable prudery will, of course, show
the surgeon's dissecting-room as little merry
as ine artist s studio, so mat tne nnmnnest of
an mo sciences ai d professions wiu snare tne
fate of the most beautiful of the arts. '' We
dwell on this nrtiRnect with n anrt of nAtinfMc.
tion, because there is some protection against
oao principles in tne rery lengths to which
tney ougm to ne pusneo, li iney were touna
Unhappy Rrsoxt or ah ElopbmsnT. The
Richmond correspondent of the Petersburg
Ezprtu mentions a case as having recently
transpired In that city, which furnishes a
melancholy comment upon the injudicious if
not aosoiuie tony ot early or romantic
matches. It states that a vounir and hand-
Some girt of seventeen summers, very re-
Bncciauiy oouoectea in caitimore, waere aer
mother resides, bad been compelled to seek
the protection of her neighbors from the
brutal and habitual ill-treatment of her hus
band, Edward N. Bryant, with whom she
eiopea a snort time ago irom a Doaroing-
scnoot near Baltimore.
Her refusal finally to surrender to him a
small sum or monoy wmcn ncr mother had
sent ner to purcnase some necessaries witn,
led to a violent assault noon her. and the ar
rest of the unloving and unmanly husband,
noon a charge of ill-treating the tender one.
to whose protection be should have conse
crated his life, na he had done his lip-vows,
The unhappy young wife left for her home in
Baltimore, on ounoay mgnt. a wiser li a
sadder woman, than when a few months ago
sne nopeiuuy ana nappuy icit tne protecting
innuence oi nome and iriends, to intrust ner
destiny to tne guidance of a nouday s ac
quaintance. ' ' ' ........
Tn Cattib DtsBABE ih Poland. Gur-
ewski, writing to the New York Tribune on
me cattle disease, says; "i ne disease or pul
monary murrain is known in Poland, and I
once experienced it terribly on my estates,
It Is highly contagious, and it is a practice
with the Polish rural population not to shed
the blood in killing the cattle, but to finish
them with a blow, and bury very deep, with
skin and all. When it is possible, the sound
cattle are kept in forests, to avoid any com
munication between -villages. . Often manure
and wood are burnt around the encamped
cattle. Abe general Deuel is, mat toe disease
can spring up (so to say) from the soil on
marshy pasturages, but as often it is intro
duced with droves from the steppes of the
Ukraine. Cooling drinks solution of acids
(sulphuric) with water are used for the aick
as well as for the healthy, and various other
means. 1 speak or tuirty-nve years ago."
Geography ot- thi Einodou ot Naplss,
The Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, now pro
perly called the Kingdom of Naples, has an
area nearly the size of the State of New York
and a population of about 9,000,000. The
Continental portion contains about 31,000
square miles, and the island of Sicily has an
irt k..o : i - n,u- : , :
area ui iu,ouo square uiiioa. xuo lomnu. 11
the finest and most important in the Med-
iterranean, and it is larger in extent than
Massachusetts and Rhode Island combined.
and the population is about equal in numbers
to that of the six New England States. The
city of Palermo ia about the same rank in
population witn Boston. hIk
A Child Blow ikto a TRsi. At Farm
ington, Iowa, recently, a little girl four years
old was carried by a sudden gust of wind and
lodged in a cherry tree a few rods distance.
ber clothes having caught in the branches of
the tree, where sue remained unnurc ine
anxious father ran to and fro seeking her,
when the little innocent, dripping with rain,
peeped down through the branches of the
cnerry tree, exclaiming, i m nere, par
! Hybna-Liks Humanity. The Cleveland
riain Dealer says the water of the Lake hag
washed away the earth from some ofalie
graves of the unfortunate passengers of the
J learner Griffith, and oa last Sunday some
moan hyenas were there breaking open the
boxes and scattering the remains around oa
the beach iu search of valuables that might
be around we bodies. , . -m-
! DBTB!RII11ID''6K PAPAf, Canhons. It
Dears, sava the Ptoarett of Luont. that
Duke de Larochefoucault persists in bis in
tention to present a number of cannon to the
Pope, as he has ordered five of different
caliber to be made at Liege witn all meir au
I LohOiviTT osTBB NATivieoP Namtdoxit,
There are in the .island of Nantucket 82 per
sons who are over 80 years of age. Included
in this statement are 24 persons members of
(Society ot mends, whoa united ageg are
',4,073 years iu niontns, averaging years,
months to each person.
Milbs Rum bt Raiawat Cass. The whole
number of miles ran on the Illinois Central
Railroad, during the month of April, was
17H,H4u, at a average oosi per miie or m-i i
cents.. This indludes nil Hie expenditures.
superintending, wages of engineers and fire
men, on, waste, o. . - i. , .
, j , III .aw ' 1 " '
Qubbr Rao in ViRaitfU.-A foot race, for
a bottle of irraiie lulce. came off last' Satur
day afternoon, between an ex-sheriff of Hen
rico, and an .. D. af the same county. The
doctor won without an effort, to the surprise
oi iu Bienoj oi we ex-oncer.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
One, Djj;, l&tqt from Europe.
ARRIVAL OF TIIE AFRICA. !
AN INSURRECTION 'AT PALERMO I
-' -" I ii: 1 .
PBOHPBfJTlVB KTAOIIATIOr OW TAt.
,EB.MO BY THB ROVAi. TBOOPI.
1 -1 ""I ir '
HE WIMINGS AT THE; DERBI!
ABSCONDING OFF ANOTHER ENGLISH MERCHANT.
V-'-V... I.... O Tt. 1 .i
. - r. . uitn. . ti t U. . uu xlj i u une .c
rived, with Liverpool dates, eta Queenstowd,
to the 27th of May. . .,. t
Turin. Fndau. The official gazette com-
tains the dispatch, dated Thursday, which cort
firms the encounter of Garibaldi at San Mar
tina with the Bavarians in the service of th4
ingof Naples. ' Garibaldi had approached
near Palermo, the highta around which were
occupied by tne insurgents. An attack wiu)
General Lan.a demanded ad armistice of
Garibaldi, without effect. J"' ""' " I
An Austrian not li la, composed or three
vessels, arrived at Lepras on the 21st ult, i
A dispatch from Messina dated the 21st
alt., states that an Insurrection had broken
out at Palermo and Branta Villa. - 1 ' I
Pant, i VioVH. The Patru publishes a
ispatch from Sicily, dated Wednesday, which
states that the NenpoliUin troops still occu4
pied Palermo; but that the insurrection waa
making great progress at all points. 'I
. Garibaldi had been joined oy some of hit
officers, and particularly by Colonel Medici;
with considerable reinforcements. He waa
menacing Monralo, the surrender of which
would lead to the fall of Palermo. ' !
MartciUet. Friday. Advices from Mc4
na to tne .list state mat on tne una. tony
Six Neapolitan deserters were fired at whil
passing to tne insurgents., two considera
ble disembarkations of volunteers had taken
place atSan Stei'ano De Oanestra, to the Tight
at Santo Veto, to the left at Palermo. ' The
rising at Messina had not yet taken place. It
was expected that Palermo would soon sitr-i
render. A proclamation br the Committee
of Palermo has been posted up in all parts of
mat town, announcing tne rictonous marcn
ot uariDoiai, and mat tsiciiy would soon Den
come independent. It also adds. "Even the
Neapolitan police are commencing to desert
that- m.at.n, ann lammaloa will, U I'..,..
A( re Ammanuef; stva uammutu ' :
NapUt. Tuetdau. The dispatch of troops
to Scicily continues. The city is tranquil.
and me police are ready to repress any popu
lor movement.' - ,t .' , .
ilarteUUt, Fndau. 8n vessels of the fleet
were recalled yesterday. The fleet has re
ceived orders to complete its provisions
There is nothintr to indicate an immediate
departure, and ine order to provision is be
lieved to oe only a precautionary measure.
A leiegram Hum . T wnoa assarta uw m,
Thouvenal has declared to the Austrian En
voy in Paris that the Emperor Louis Napo
leon regrets that Kussia should bare prema
turely brought forward the Eastern Question,
but thinks it desirable to associate himself
with Russia, lest she should assume the ex
clusive protectorate of the Christians in Tur-
key, and is, therefore, disposed to acknow
ledge me principle oi tne inquiry proposed
by the Russian Cabinet. .. v h -,
. The. Canadian steamers hereafter! call at
Londonderry instead of Uueenstown,
Tne insurrection uommittee. in oioiiy. ia
said to have sent a note -to tne- foreign Uon
aula announcing that the nation would be
consulted, and that the Sicilian Parliament
would be convoked.
The Paris Paine, after fflrinfr tha Naorioli-
tan dispatch, announcing the : defeat of Gari
baldi, says a second dispatch states that Gari
baldi ia said to have attacked the Royal
troops, who were strongly entrenched, and
to have completely beaten them.
This combat would lead to the immediate
evacuation py me Koyal troops ot falermo,
Messina, irapani. uaianana and oyracuse,
The latest accounts say the highta around
Palermo were occupied by the insurgents.
and an attack was imminbnt.'
It was confidently asserted that the fyreaf
Eastern would we ready to sail on the 9th of
Mr. Merry, whose horse "Thormanbv" won
the Derby, is said to have made ever 70,000
in bets alone,. ; The net value, of the stakes
was 8.050. ' ,. I , .,.. ,.. ..
The British channel fleet bad soiled on a
London. Saturday u Board of Trade
anuouncea that Fart Sayon, inCocbiaCbiua,
nas been opened tor foreign trade. . ,
The Directors of the Ureal. Eatter ShiD
Company have decided that the Great Eastern
shall return from. New .York direct to Milford
naven. ..:.. t ..,.;. B;, t lj,:i: -i. -i-i.' '.
John Edwards. In. tha -hardware) trade.
Birmingham, hod absconded, Waving liabili
tiestoe amount of 60,000,,,, i ,,iit .i.v
LATEST VIA QUEENSTOWN.
iondon, Mau I7.-i-Lettre from Palermo,
dated 21st, state that the anxiety there was
increasing, and' tne popular passions were
inflamed.- On the evening previous, several
shots wera fired from - balconies in Rue
Toledo. ' The police returned the fire, wound
ing several persons. Strangers had taken
refuge nnder theirnational flags. There was
a panic among public! functionaries, and the
directors of the official journal had fled. The
churches, Sunday, were deserted. .
Yesterday tne nres ot tne insurgents' bi
vouac were seen on the highta surrounding
Palermo.- It was reported that a battle had
taken place, and the population were anxi
ously awaiting the' result.' 'A Very concili
atory - proclamation by. Gen. Lansa bad
been evidently received. ; "' '." , ,
.rarw, May 'je. Tne faint nas lnrorma
(ob intimating that the assault On Palermo
Would take place before the 27th.1
! Advices from Messina state that gloomy
tranquility prevailed there. ,
; Aoaw, Jfay vh. r-rinee waiwsxi, the new
Russian. PlenifKjtentiarr, left to-day, for
Naples. , It is asserted that be b the bearer
of very Brecise instructions Id reference to
Sicily. It ia asserted that General Lemori.
eiere left to-day. for Ancona: there is no dim
oulty between him end the Roman Govern
ment as Bad been reported." ' ' ' ' ' '
The steamer Canada. Arrived at Qneenstown
Sunday, reports that while crossing the Banks
during a dense fog ran down the brig Rover' t
Bride, from Cadis to St. John's, Crew safe
onboard the Canada."'
. The CSm cy jtfaTK-Ac( arrived at -Queens-town
on Sunday. ' 1 ' ' ' ' "
I The Africa passed the Ptrtia yesterday
morning two hundred and forty miles east of
ook,u8be brings P. Cunningham
ly as passengers." '"'." .;' ,' "
Republican Meeting in New York.
I Naw' Vorx, June ftThere was a large1
gathering of Republicans at the Cooper In
stitute, last evening, for the purpose of in-
Qorsing ma action 01 tne Rational vooven
tion, wnich met at Chlcajro.'" ' " "
- 'Mr. R. M. Blanchaiu preeided over the
meeting, and speeches were, made by , Wm.
M. Evark Rusch, Of Iowa, (1 W. Curtis and
Greeley, Wm. , Fry, Judge Tracy, of Cal
ifbrnialOen. 0. F. Bruce, and Gen. James W
Nye. , The speeches were all spirited.. , '
Nearly 'all acknowldged. to have been
grievously dlsanpointiid because Senator Sew
ard had not rec eived tha; nomination) but all
of them expressed, a dctoruuriAtiou, to give
thu iiominHtlons a hearty support. Resuliu
tions indorsing Lincoln and Hamlin were
Fair of the St. Louis Agricultural and Mechanical
St. Louis. June 8. The programmes for
the Fifth Annual Fair of the St. Louis Agri
cultural and Mechanical Association : are
ready for distribution. The leading premium
a aweepatake prim of $1,500, for the best
madsfer stallion, to harness: three premiums
teooeacti for the beet thorongh-bred bull,
thoroiigb-bred stallion, and roadster stallion,
to harness; $300 for tire second best, and $100
for the third best of each description of ani
All tha other nrlaen are In keenlnir with
the former fame of the Association, and cover
almost everything connected with the agri
cultural and mechanical world, embracing
the fine arts, the floral kingdom, fcc. The
premum list amounts to upward of $24,000.
The next Fair commences on the last Mon
day iu September. , , , .
V-aaa, T... U TV,- D.ll. r.f ,1,-
. - n iu.., au. . . uv . - a, . ...v
Wa.a V-i. V-k rtl. ... .).. -.mm . fin.
' ' " . W I a - ... 111,', mtt. ,j , n na. a...v
affair; there was a good breeze. The yachts
came in in tne following order: liase, f avor
ite, Rebecca Mannenring and Glenany.
PiTTSBOtwi. June 8 M.- River eight fret
six Inches by the pier-mark, and about at a
stand. . . Weather cloudy, with slight showers
Distressing Condition of the Matrimonial
Market in England.
A London correspondent of the Phil
adelphia Inquirer represents a distressing
state or tnings as existing in tne ienime
matrimonial market" of London. -The
blessed angels who float in the artificial at-
mospnere or a London season nave pecome a
perfect drag In the market. It is not that
there are so many mora women than men
there, but the dear creatures are so terrifically
extravagant, inconceivably lazy, that the
masculine gender avoid them as they would
pestilence. These are not tne charac
teristics of the higher classes; for such
women as the Duchess of Portland and
Lady Palmerston exercise energy, system,
and economy in their household affairs, the
"high lire below stairs' proceeds upon a
different principle to conceal Its native vul
garity, and is perfectly reckless of expense.
The consequence is that young men, on
limited incomes, in such a city as London,
who do not contemplate early bankruptcy,
decline forming matrimonial connections of
such a character. They keep simile, and
this singleness, voluntary on one side and
comoulsorr on the other, is the chief cause
ot the most gigantic ana growing ot social
Postoffice Robbery in Michigan—A Negro
Ex-Official Captured in the Act of Purloining
A negro named Lewis Clarke, who has
been for several years connected with the
Windsor Postoffice. in different capacities,
was yesterday caught in the act of purloin
ing letters from the office. Some months
since he resigned his position in the office,
and set up on his own account as money
lender and speculator in general. He bought
land, speculated in town iota, ouiii nouses,
traded in bonds and mortgages, and put on
airs enough for a prince, which was the more
noticeable from the fact that he had no other
visible means of suonort. . -.' .
There is scarcely a doubt that Clarke has
been carrying on nis plundering operation at
that office ever since nis first connection with
it, which readily accounts for his rapid ac
quisition of property, as well as for the many
losses that have been sustained in the trans
mission of money between this and other
Western States and Canada by the mails, all
of which are overhauled and distributed at
the WindBoi office. His depredations mast
amount to thousands of dollars. A full ex
amination may disclose facts that will serve
to estimate the , extent -ZVfroif Free Preet.
8ihoolab Scrub in am Ekolisb Court A
Bioamibt'b Wire Orraiui Consolation to bis
othir Spousb. A base deceiver, Macmillan
by name, was recently tried at the Inverness
Circuit Court for bigamy... His two wires
were waiting in the witness-room the one
from Coldstream, a respectable and somewhat
elderly looking woman, the other from Ross
shire, a younger person.' 'On Ita being re
ported in the witness-room that Macmillan
had pleaded guilty, bis Ross-shire spouse
bunt into tears; when the feeling Borderess,
stepping forward and drawing the weeping
one's attention by gentle tap on the shoul
der, said, "I'm saying, 'oman, are ye Donald's
wife?" She was answered dolefully, "I be
lieve I am." "Hoo many bairns hae ye tae
him, my good .'oman?'',! "1 have had two,
and one of them Is dead." , "Hoot awa, puir
body! I'm very sorry for ye; see, there s a
sixpence tae ye, and 1 wish ye luck o' him:
for gin he kick ye aa aft as he has done me. I
fear ye' 11 be tired enough 0' him" The dis
consolate wife adroitly closed her hand on
the proffered coin, seeming to accept it as no
Bmall solace in the circumstances. .
Extraordinary Pkbuiktimbst A Ho-
BAItn DtSTHOVg HlMSILP ON AOOOUHT OP A
Dbban. A Mrs. Fenwick snd four children
'left Melbourne' for England in the Royal
Charter, and all were lost, Mr. Fenwick.
the husband and father, remained in Mel
bourne, and about five days before the wreck
wrote to a friend in Hobart Town, saying he
, 1 1 .1.11.1 - A
xiau wea .na who aaa uuuurvu, in a ui-m.ui,
battling with, the waves and calling to him
for help. The dream so preyed on nis mind
tbat he committed suicide Dy cutting nis
throat, and that oa the rery night of the
Wsaltht Aas And YonTHrot Povrrtt.
t Livingston's Manor recently, an old gen
tleman of seventy-five years, named Lcrow,
named a young and . beautiful damsel of
lighteen summers, named McLeland, reaid
ng near Hudson. "The old gentleman's con-
uderation is vure love and derotion: the
oung udy s was toe setuemoat upon ner or
100,000 inner own rignt py the happy groom
Uriqub Racb in Canada.- One ot ibi
eshiest M. P. P.'a now at Quebec, Canada,
ran one hundred yards with another fat
fellow on his back, while his antagonist.
without weight, ran two hundred. ' The race
same on la one 01 me principal streets or the
ancient capital;" a Cabinet Minister gare the
word to start, and numerous spectators eu-
jloyed the race from the windows in the ri
oinity. ..).. int.,. 1 ' 1 i"'. '
I Dbsirabls SuboTitutr roe tbr Ailan
Tutm. A writer in the New York Evening
Pott recommends the substitution of the
Paulownia JmperialU 1 a tne brought from
japan, and which nasi tnts spring nowered ia
New York for the first time, for the rankly
smelling Ailanthut,,,. Tka -PmUmmia bears
blossoms of a blue color, slightly tinted witn
red, and pot unlike tnose of tue cataipa,
,;, - -i . r
JAj Naw '"Yorx Tribb or Indians. The
nondaira tribe of Indians, whose reservation
is situated near , Syracuse, is oomposedof
apout nve nunarea persons. About aa an.
nuity for each person is ' paid them yearly,
They una not speak English, and still con-
verse in their native diaJeot.
nn I t;. r-i:S1
WfLBBRPORCB 'OVBRCOMg' Bf A SsHHON.
Ill the JUif of WiUrform M the following
entry in ms diary: "went to ,uear 1MB.
Foster. Felt much deveiion, and wondered
D a man wtio uU Bsleenann .the psalm..
DnvinLrthaa umuil want tn al.an nivaalf.11.
I , !..,, , "iruiwili pnal 1
k lA. Comboiaw ransoa a Folitician.--One of
tlie Aew . I orlu piotiirtnl papers contains
likooesn-of tlte kite W'i B. Barton, aomedlsn,
which it palms 0ST muon its tmsuspecting
readers as the " counterfeit presentment "
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
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Advertltementa not needing Sr. lines OgataX
Larger ad.iiMiimiala lasartad at t. SSOowUvgratea
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mn it, f b Um bait d1 moat dwlrmble 9mmir
Bfwfns Machine evr Introduced, eiqakulbmi or
pbiob. It will irw kit kind of fcraily good, from
tb Tpry thlckeat to th rery flneat fabric maMUa4
wm all kind of thrrmd. from No. S to tu.
Ao Oil i sWBei on lop my ItW Makms
Pond for ft circular, 'jr call and f It In opAratloa.
Tpon earlj ftppUofttie, SUtaavMl Ooutr rltfUlanaaft
teMcortMl. . .
Aa nrcUe fern can Kak a IWrttm In a abort
time, a genu wautea man nnaoia mrriiory ., , -
II. O. BURTMAp
AnlA and urlmlTA ammt far thi Ti nltMl St tat.
epH-tf 01 Wetit fourth -atreet. Cincinnati.
J. C. TOWERS & C0.;
,. . , NO. 149 WAIN-BTBBHT.. 1
gVM. DltESUHATSAT 94AND$S ARB
, 1 11,
STRAW and I.ROHORN HAT 9, fat M.a
and Boya, of th latuat atyUa. t iw r ; -. t
An Inspection aollcited, . . mla-am .
DR. MERIT' WELliS, '
D UNTAX. COLLEGE INFIRMARY, NO,
KB IX)LLEUE-HTUEET, between 81 1 til Bad J
Seventh aud Vina and Baca, Cincinnati, 0. , ,
LIST OF PRICKS FOB FLAT! WORK I - r
Fall upper or tower seta of teeth oontinuuu gum,
40; gold, t3A( vntcanlu, tn allver, lis. '
Bmall gold slug. aachM
I . ,
..M oaula to II. '
: ITIn half arloa l
Flvot teeth...' ................,. ,1 to . .
KatraoUng toalh..., ,e,- J oenta.
apUim TBBMSOABH.. 1
. ... ,
The G lfiilintor-
OAS BOBM IHO, SMOBXOBBViUHa
I '.'i-v '''-'FoiirBizES.': 'J
........ I u - "'"
! ; . aVarraaMtoglwaatlrtietlau'enB ''
j ; MAHTJFAOTDEED AMD FOB BALI
CAMPEELLrElUSOg & JCO
j Z ' No. 19 A 21 CMtiaiecond '
Uants's Bell andBraaa Foundry.
HILEo WORKS, (formerly Oeorg t. Hanks.) Wo.
I 1'iO Eaat Seound-atreet, ClnolaaaU.,,
or mad. u order, af any .iae ap te S.uoe pound., '
atid in chiiue. a. wanted. Kverv verlelr ol Ina .
Work aad Braaa and Cowaonltioa Outinii. mad. to'
on.ur. auk, on uaud, Babbitt Mlel ei4 Hpelt
,i IRON riPE AND ' ArriNCWe
rartinlarBte wifvii mtimm tt hfe-fcnkoat WVrrk awrk
at Vr routfUt-truQ ViwuM aud Utiiia put up: (Xen -
and W&ior flrullo PatEhiff, whlatJiM.
Uluwera, Kuxlua lilu, o. laMfbar Coosa aa i
all other T-wI
1 ! ,':u11V7
UltHliB lilWBja UU Dkilia.
luuMAoiiui u.mipanMwtiaMit.i ' j
Dr. "piOympaon'fl UUrin Sup-r
i hiui-b vny.i porter, v i;ow iM 1 M,li
. adantcl tur the aee luteal
Mi, tna t
id cure of Prip.n rtcrl
JAA. if. UbABOOB A OC OiegirfitB, 7 '"
8. E. coruer Main and Auunhia.
Sua Fearf dago, i
. I.Bi.. lift Y
ur wtmloMile and rvlail.
A i a. . l.lt A llal
98 and Bwai h 4it Wl Fuartit.
BJftFWICK VINO ptUWAKa
M. Ml brll. Bvlltteil bugar, .uluhla ftir preeervtnga
A Anon A. UOLIAU,
Xes, ali aad aiU tUla-sVreat.