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WBY nWH c CO.,
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TBI OMOIHRATI DAIII FKC8S la MMM Ii
subscribers In Cincinnati, Oorlagtow mM . ' 1
i i it it I ewrioondlBt; tltlea an toon, at i
. t ,'Al J 1 I .; tlx trMn.tr low ' r j
;i ' IgN CKKTK 4 K,
' ' rvit MirtHne. lngls eort., 9 eepb
' 40 cents; I months, 1)1 ; I roar, (3 AA,
j.-jinu corbi, j tj I bsobW,
IV", TllKATKR-OORNER ftXTH
armgt-r and Leeaee. ,
, K,, sole 11
PmrMur A mission. WrMCOIrch ud Parojnett,
, HO ronls; Gallery, ilH eenta. -,
. ('haku wIi.-lootoeBt7'lce- eortela
., tisosatj.",...-! .i . i
t'lRHT NIGHT Or THK 8UMMBB REASON? J
Flrt night of the engagement nf (ho talented
r.miMletlne and Tncallat, Mia. MARIAN MACAlt
I'llY, anil tho popular comedian, Mr. FELIX A.
,. MONDAY EVENING, Jnne, 19, will represented
!' " J W0 SIDES TO A PIOTUBE.
l0Tbr Doclie, Mr. V. A. Vincont i Josephine PocMe,
Miss Marian Macarthy. ,
, , locqneUula with th fcrorif e .
i i NII UIB.'j f ' .
km .r,5?l,''0' VHioonl t Jcnay laiarHiii(oi
jiii'i marmn macarmy ; Dt
Damn Mwlgltoff henry
J i Complimentary : tc'siiAonlW.-
, ,, - CiinMffl,Jnno l,lM).
t . Rf; f.. W. M A 8 O N PFATt felRi
, The und-rMso-d Mlove that WJ aiucti Inl.rod
s nis. been awakened hy too Flora) Contort, with tho
4 itaooaipatiyitiff My tliologli-al rtiltroKpntatlons with
vhtr-h yu fiivorcd tile public on Friday evening last,
that wi hHlnvt m-o are but 4xprMluaan eariimt and
irr irnieral ilieira In aulicihnc at jroiir hatida a
"petition nf the entertainment. Wo truat, lltar
firo, that, at a period a early aa poealble, yuaiil
lovor tiiapuu,io with ite repmdnction. ' ' I
J. W. Data, I
t Rntm Kin, fl 1!
M. H.- ril.lJu l
Jan. F, Irwiu,
John Slilliito. '
. W. Baiter ' -H.
Yf. Brown, , .
It. K. Browu,
T. J. Haldemaa, .
B. P. RelleyT
Goo. W. Dayioa,
G. J. Roberta,
A. J. Klokoffi
I). H. Baldwin,
J. It. Vattler,
T. 8 Cottier,
- Thoa. r. Philllpa,
. - I.J.Allen,
4 J. i;. nrofniu, v
(.j'Wttaa, U. Fnadiok,
Li J, II. 01i
. V. Jiichula, r -1 i
' T. V :ra
N. li. Beraardi .'
I M. W Htone.
, Rkbard oiullh. .
John Burifono, t
K. M. Forbet,
. . Go. SbiUlto- ., ...
, " Adolnh Wood,
-: David Harrtes,' t
, v. M. xiraoiey,
'.-. ' t, - Cimciwkati, Jai W. lflcVJ.
' How. b. W. BrHor, Hh. B. Htorib, hvrv Jtif
--AmOTHTBtrGENTLEMKlf; ToilJ fllTOl. (XmUinDlf 4
h i MniuNt tor -ih raprodvctiei .of tb Tlcmil- Coacrt
of lust Friday evvaing. is recaiTMl. , That denlre wo
tlaltefiAft aa ttaat of which rounpea'k should ex. at l
-very irtttifymu Jo mo. 1 an more taati ptaad if
fiiTT tSHi i naw maie m aeorsArj lb
. havu fnaili (h tMienartaaiM tKaa vnnntr
n( tho city to ntuiical emulation and impruveaoeut
in1 ncurfa ino a inn reffarua 01 my iriuaa or toe
friend of public rhooln In Cincinnati. . 1
nhall be mftntliaDiir to aoocdfi to vonr rNDMt. am
ai iq mo npronuc.ion oi mm nrTainmni. i
baU accompany it with new ftaturoa of inUroat
will; however, be eminently
uru&er thai It inould ocrur ml. nr tu nttrlv u nrn
Bible to tho cloning of the public ttchooU. to take
tplaceinafewdAya. H Y
I am, gentlemen, with hlgU reg arda,
V. -- , Very truly youra, . '
THE ARSHNfIR OP M RN.
8 BAND, (attend ma the Baltimore Uon-
Yentlon), ail ordora iOr ninaic for oicitica. oaradea.
parties, funorati, Ac., will bo promptly attended to.
' by loarlngorUerawlth t'KRD. KINKHOLD, at Men
, tor'l Baud Office, National -IMVYiue-atnie, M
' twoenlrifth and fiixlh, orwith G. P.IJARUOW, '
k- K17t Coltimbiatreot, oerwoen elm and lMuni. j
imiiUMa-aw.i.tT J !
Pionio at Beech GrOve.
flTHE MEMBERS OF THE FIRST FNI.
I 'BRSAl. fill' CUURCH UHUIK will give Pic
nic at tho abtlv. beautllnl Ureve, on WKDMBNDAT.
' Walnut-aim at 7h o'clock A.
The Cliaaiplon no. a will leavo the toot of
Mj, the ana of r ifth.
t VMrf XlVtrvk.
a true t at 8 o'clock, and Newport
The namiaerof lioketalaauedl
The naaikerof tiokata-taauoUbeinl Uotluiw, H will
' 1 neceaeary for partlea winning to attojydao aoctaro
m nrevioue to the day of the nettle Biey'c
had at the mora of Mr. Moa Palmer, No. ."
1Tiiurthttret! at therirntf.iitnrM of Mr. Albert
, corner of Klghth aud ntnjuavenno of Maiari
4 liroxrther A Hrrther,.coniar ofAtarontli and Mound,
b.iffhtli &nd 4lentnak.av.aiMt OI neflars.
" and Richmond and BaymiUorA an4 of mooibere of
the Oholr, ' Vrtco SO eanta.
Warwood a QuaUrUle Hand will furnlih mtulc on
the occaaion. iel6-a
' (CtMMER GADEN - VlNE . HTRltET.
17 betwoon Tourtii and I'lfthThe caoapeat . and
fooloat place of amuaowent In tha city, r. i
OPBUV KVKHY EVENING
' ADMISSION ONLY TEN, CENTS.-; I ,
avr Damdng, Singing, Paotumlavw. rare, Nlg
geriemB, Ac, and the Summer Bnuw Banoa - -'
,;-f.'bange of porfurmaaoo ayKtyjPtoBh'lfc il-tf
TBJOTICE.-THE NATIONAL THEATER
-w n now lor rent lor tne eumnier aeaaou, lur .iue.
atrical Performancoa, Italian, Gorman or Burleeqno
uperua, Ao., Ac, and may be had on roaaonabie ternu.
ly tho night or woek. tor particiilara, apply to ,
J011N BATKS. . t
- T ' -7" HatWtal et Baildlni, ;
uySO-tf P . k- " ycamoro-atroet.
of BOltOUGir sOlIOTXltiCH," dedicated to tie
poplla of the II 111 borough Female College.
AUguatu. v.u r co ov fuu. f . f
4flOID IWBDAIj PIANOS THE BEST IN
vi aaifiiuuA. MtecKturup'a(oi
prfand-action Concert Planaa,. pro- Jr! i '"W
, uuuaoed br litots. Ihavg and btliaf U , I v V . Q
w will null lower for rash than aur other dealer
; tjMcitr. ruui and- Slelodeona tuned and repaired
ILwrcmMUly. fianu to let at rroio ae ioaiperauar
Uualoai tiietranaenta selling ae naii-pricee.
not bur or rent Piano until yee. have oalled and
iilaa a i tor A
littLXXiiu DEU., soie Agenia, ;
... Piano Dealer aud Bakers.'"''
Ho. 237 W. Fifthoatraet. aw Pluto.
. T IHOOVKR K l AT L A8T-THE CH A 11T
' .MJ OF Llfc K,.or The True Theory of ReproJue-
Plwuure, or Preventing It, aorordlng to the
iLnd Li,wt ef Mtature Thoee wantinff chil-
ji, accwruiiitj tu iw
fhoee wanting chil-
r 411 ru uu tmaro wr iaiiiiubi umu,
tn mt their wiahoa exactly. N(
iifa, and those not wiahliiR thetn, will find thli hook
I 1'uriVotly healthy in all renpetteY
Jeu( to any part
neaicine 10 una,
)ALViNia alao Avent ftir Madame ! Omlxli
iitiiteu HLatm on rftMint 01
e Ie Ornlx'a
Female Monthly PilU. T heae PHI are invaluable in
i. Ladiua ahpuid pot nae iUeim
aa they wiU cause miKarrUgea.
' nunUK pni'MIUVfi M .uvj Tf ill vaunv ni
i $2 perlw. 8ut toany part of thecounti
, by mail
(mrJULPtof a. Addroaa Dr. CALVIN, Box 414,
Ciuolunutl. Ohio, or call at offloe Mo, 103 Vlner
atraet, between Fifth and Sixth. - -' mylT-U
Ntv iVoauniiatrt i.
ARE NOW RBCKITINq ADDITIONS TO
tlwl aWine aaeortmeiti Uug, 4ewelryt
EniVrrra-rUV KI1U lfltt(U"iiuaj.
ALSO-A tne atkiortviiest af VUtMl Tea SeU an
: L&B. BRUCE,
Ktyert itallraad Car aad Uatalkaa Maui
- , fMtarara,,,, .,..)
IVE Allt BVILUINO AND SHAI,I
. V V ; p on band a .upply of bTKKKT 1'A'C-
rant easel la atyle, nnlah and d urablUty, aaA at aa
low prlooa, aa any made in the country. .
omca-ooruar of Third and f ine-etreeta.
IARI.K KHIKT MAN
-B-' T l
1ruk.it AND DIALER Jl. Gkiiia
19 WEST FOrRTHTRKaJT, . a
' BAMTJEIi 0. WINOHEHTRH, Cottar. apW-ap
' LOAN OFFICE
FKMOTBO FUOM J4-WEBI BUTH IifitMT
ratea of lutereat, at No. 173 Vlua-auoat, aotw.
Mirth and Firth
Fruit-Can Oement !
av ac. Manuiaotory hh tp
iiauTauuaraaaouUt of the Ilurnol
e-.iroei, .wo auu
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a i nti,'i ) i A
CINCINNATI. MQNDAY 1VI0RNING. JUNE 18, I860,
PRICE ONE CENT.
, T , . , TRAINS DBF ART. ' 4' ' ' '
Irrri.i XuaH) mfnnton faater than (Jltr tlnm,
A. M. and 1 1 P. M. Uoliirabiia Aerommodation,
4 P. M. Xenla Accommodation, 0 P. M.
Uuoixkati, HaiaT Am Oattom 7 mlmiloa
faater than City tiaM.,1 A. M., IOiIO A. M., i30
P. V. awl a P. B. Haiailtoa AcoommodatloD, 8 A.
M. and 3i90 P. M.
Ohio hd Mimuuipfi III minnlea ulc.wi.f thaa
Oltr Mme, 4ftH A. It. and 9i35 P. M. Lonlirllla
AtdoKBOdatlon, ( r. M,
lBMAJMncm Am CmoiitiiAn finoaT-Lnit-rn
rolantaa alawor than City Mme, OtlO A, M., lliSO
. M. and P. M.
Mabhtta akd CiitoimtATi T mlnntoi fjuter than
City tlm,) 0143 A.M. and 380 P. Mt .
Ooaiifrroa ana Lairkaroir-ICIty time, Si4 A.
M. and 3t9S P. M.
Cincinnati, IticmtoNn ANn Indianapolib-6 A.
V.rtt8v P. Mf P.M. Si' I
- TBAIN8 ABBIV1.
LlTTLl MiAai-3i50 A. M., 8 A. M., Ilt04 A. M.
aad 4t4 P. M. . - .;.
0Bi0AHiMiMiuirpi-ri30 A. II., lii'iH P. II.
andfttSOP. M.i f s
Cinciknati, Haitit.ton Ann Datton Tl43 A. M.,
10t4 A. M., 1 P. M ., 8i3 P. M., Tt33 P. M. and
il3 P.M. - -r i ,
Imihnful ANo 1 CmmTKAOT-TOit J A.M.,
r, n. ana 11 r. m..., t i
MABibttA Attn Cincinnati lmotl A. si;
ttxiaoTOB 10t33 A. M. and
CincinhAti, Bicnwoan 'anB iNatANApoLta Ttaft
An Encliab traveler recently brokebisneck
in scending Mtint Blanc 1 -j
Patrick Murnhv. hiiviiiir hod a ounrrel with
bis lister in Brook'yn, N. Y., on Thursday,
threw her down itwra, injuring her fatally.
John Macrath itabbed Qeoree Condon to
the heart, a day or two since, in New Orleans,
during a quarrel over a card-table. i
Tho auantitr of irarabier iniDorted into
England anunally, chiefly for dyeing pur
poses, is six hundred tuns. m iti .
r0ii or about the 3d of April, four families,
comprising thirty-one persona, were frozen
to death oue night, in Siberia. . ( '
Three little eirls. on a uicnie excursion,
wert . drowned a lew miles from Toronto,
Canada, on th 13th inst,' . j
"The victory is not always to the stronir."
as the boy said when he killed a polecatwitb
" 'r .r . . '1
f A-woraaa in Paris', according to a ffoiwin-
ing letter, has bad seven husbands, and is
now only in her thirtieth year. i
Voriigh lettor-writers say ttiat a deep and
wtae-speaa plot exists at present against tne
life of the Austrian Emperor.
A fire occurred in the town of Hawridire.
Alabama: recently, by which 10.000 or 0.-
000 worth of property was destroyed. . '
James Bolter, while walkinc in his sleeii
in New York on Thursday,'feU from a porch
and broke both bis legs. a
Tho Livernool foil savs that during the
month of May, about three thousand Irish
emigrants left the Mersey weekly.
Recently, a live lizard, seven inches lone
and. two aud a half in circumference, passed
iromADneru. verriu, oi vesLAUDurn, Mej.
All the checks nnd notes stolen from the
safe or Messrs. Mccomns S Smith, at Warren,
in this State, have been recovered. - :
The .store of Israel -Worthinfrton, at West
uannan, in this etate, witn a large quantity
of dry goods, was destroyed by ' fire on
Thursday night. i ,
Shanehai Connors eniraeed in a prize fiirht
near St. Louis, a day or two atro, with Peter
Gallagher for $100, and wag. conquered on
tue .uirtvvigmu, ruuuu. . .
1 lim DOBUimcn aii Dorui Aouuvm' -junto..
i . rr- . .t n j L.,.tr
was broken open Thursday evening, and
robbed of letters and (tamps valued at (70.
livery letter in tne omce was torn open.
Battle Brown, recently of the Parodi Opera
Troupe, nas Deen married at. nuiiaio, fi- l .
W Mr. Fred. Miller, the organist and com'
poser, and late agent for the troupe. ' ,
! Out of about 6,000 widows of the Kevolu-
tion. uensionea ov tne nrst ace oi uoncress.
only thirty-five survive. Fourteen of then)
are over one hundred years old. . ,
A "nrooTf anive" sntrirestA that in this aire
of improvements, old i ather Time should be
represented with a Yankee clock in his hand,
and seated on a steam mowing-mac nine.
The Prince de JoinviUo who had been on
a fishiiie excursion to Sharon Lake, returned
to Toronto on Wednesday-evening, having
eujuvu, oAt'mtouii auuxa.;i ;i t j
James Bradford ttalibed uncle,"' last
week, during a political discussion in High
land County, Va.,' so severely that he will
not recover. '' ;
' .Key. Thomas Barry had bis pocket picked
of 1 125 in a small town, near iloutreaL Cao-
ada, on the 13th inet while at a charitable
tair (. , ..i ; . . ,t I" j nu' I . ' i I'. ' I .r?
In Vienna recently, an attempt was made
to poison tne leading actress at one ot tue
ui eaters, oecause 1 sue aaa sngniea tne atteu'
Uons oi a noble lover. . ,
' Four hundred dollars have been subscribed
for the benefit of Tom Savers, in Toronto,
UanadA. It has Been resolved to make u
the amount to one hundred guineas.
;; Charlei Burdol and Henry Bell had a fight
near Bardstown, Ky.,'o the 13th lust., when
tha former actually eonc.i out both of the
outers eyes. - -
if A little child, daughiarof Stephen Kates,
waa poisoned ta death in Buftalo, N. Y., a
day or two since, by eating cantharides, core.
lessiy.ieit on a taoie, . , .
" Mrs. Marian Croljr, a wouian forty years
recently, because she had quarreled with her
A Russian nobleman , is said to have
lavished upon his mistress,' a beautiful ParisU
enne, during the last twelve months, no less
than ioo,oou. 1
P. B. Lovewell and Geo; Oberniyer were
lumping for wager, laut week, in Somerset
uoumy, nie., wnen ine lonnw minii a oiooa
yeseelp and died.' , i '
" Stephen Gannon, while -endeavoring to
strike a boy with a stone, in Browne uouniy,
n. i, nit nis cnuo, a ooy iour , years oiu.
earning iu aeaiu an nour tutor. , .
It UV well authenticated fact that a lady
in Connecticut, when last confined, was de
livered of a young coltl , Her husband is the
patente of a celebrated revolver. -'
Two liHW trirla.' about 'seven years old.
named Gallagher and Dillow, while walking
ob the railway track, were killed by a loco
motive, at feast Newark. N, J last Wednes
day, yr .-,... .. .
In the parish register at Ghunmis, Scot'
land, is tha .following aunoni entry,- dated
1876s "Nae preaching .nere this Lord's day
the minister being at itertacbey, burning a
"M,, t.,.. Wit ..IV .
The report that a cock-fight is ehrrtly to
come off in .Washington City, between pain
of fowls owned respectiyely by Vlce-yrtal.
6nt oncninriogf biaq oeerstary iOTnt is
Fashionable Religion—Private Preaching
The Paris correspondent of the Boston
Traveller presents a new phase of life in that
Ity the kind of religious services which
for the moment attract the attention of the
fashionable butterflies of that gay capital.
After describing a favorite preacher, who at
tract great numbers, especially Indies, by his
sermons, aud who is in great request, especi
ally iu private pnlplts, tMo writer procoeds:
I dare say rou do not clearly understand
what I mean by afcrivate pulpit. You are to
know that fashionable people who do not find
private theatricals or private concerts suitinir
with their tastes, give private sermons, A
pnipir, is erected in tue drawing-room, ana
tho hostess, or beadleti (call her by which
name you please) takes a great deal of pains
to secure interesting preachers. It has be
come a point of pride witb them (for Satan
is ever mingling his tares with Heaven's
wheat) to seenre eloquent preachers, that
they may not be outdone by their neighbors.
It Is a tendency of the day to reduce every
thing to drawing-room dimensions: we Lear
of drawing-room operas, drawing-room com
edies, and drawing-room sermons.
i ou must not imagine tne persons woo
indulge in this luxury convert their drawing
rooms Into .chapels of ease to the narira
church, and propose any such object as the
regeneration of the world. They do not go
out into the highways and ditches in search
of an audience. They'd be lost sooner than
go to Heaven with people who were not on
their'visiting-list; for tickets are issued in
viting ' guests of these matineei religieutt
with as exclusive attention to the quality of
the guests as if tho obiect of the assemhly
was to degustate wines and discuss cooking.
TI 1. , I. : 1. : a !-
IB II VJ BUCU Ullllg HO UV1IIU, BOVCU IU
this company unless one can prove possession
of. two-and-thirty quarters of nobility. I
am sura you know the world so well as to
tuaite it unnoooooary tor me to say tnat tne
sermons are aot served up dry.
aoc sout la uaaen care oi, out ine ooay is
not lost sight of; one is committed to the
fiarson, the other is in keeping of the but
er, and the strict regard I have for the truth
compels me to say, the latter sometimes dis
chargee nis duty a great deal more efficiently
than the former. The sermon may be
musty: the baoaroitet are always fresh. Cus
tom has established one invariable order of
proceedings at these places; they open with
tne news oi tne day, nnd tnen refreshments
are handed around. The sermon is next in
order. Refreshments, compliments to the
preacher, and small-talk end the matinee. "
Joyous Meeting of a Distinguished Artist
and a Successful Merchant.
One of those incidents that we always find
in story books, and that sometimes occur in
our own experience, says the Boston Trav
eller, took place a short time since in the pic
ture gallery of the Athenaeum. While Geo.
Brown, tne artist, was putting tne finish
ing touch to a recently-purchased picture, a
gentleman, approached hita with no Little as
tonishment iu his face.
"Mr. Brown, do you remember me?
"Captain Howes, by all that's memorable."
'Away went palette, brushes and niiiU-
stick, and the two gentlemen were in each
other's arms. . It seems that when but six
teen years old, Brown was possessed with
the idea that he was to be a great artist, and
that the quickest way of becoming so was to
visit Rubens. Rembrandt, aud the trreat Eu
ropean masters; so, witfi but $20 in bis pocket
ne got on Doard tne ong jueoe, pound lor
Antwerp. Forty-eight hours after the vessel
had touched the pier in that noble old city.
her Captain fotrad Brown amnrhed behind a
hogshead, sobbing most dolefully, and with
out a franc in nis pocket. The generout-
nearted sailor placed tne ooy on to nis leet,
shoved some gold pieces into bis hand, gave
blm some good advice, and a Uod speed
tune mmiuuu; aver tu nee mm again. -
Twenty-eight years hove nassed since then
They find the Captain of the Jlebt at the
head of a flourishing mercantile house in
this city, and Brown one of the most justly
celebrated of American landscape artists.
It ii easy to imagine the mutual 'congratula
tions that succeeded the recognition, after so
long and adventurous a separation. .
Am Indian Woman Addresses an Enulibh
Society. The annual meeting of the Abo
rigines protection society was next in Lou-
don, May 23, Mr. S. Gurley, M. P., in the
Chair. The proceedings had reference prin
cipally to the unjust treatment of the Kaffirs
at the Cape, and the condition of the Indians
of Canada and the Hudson's Bay Territories.
Mr. Robert Alston introduced an Indian lady
to the meeting.
Nah-nu-Vobiye-Uun, tho Indian lady in
question, then came forward and addressed
the meeting in very, good English, This she
did in a very touching and plaintive manner.
in tones low ana tremulous. Put remarkably
clear and audible, sha stated briefly the
wrongs under which the "poor Indian" suf-
lerea at tne nanus or tne "Indian depart
ment." When the white people first went
over, they spoke to the poor Indians of their
great mother, the Queen, and she had been
sent over to make their grievances known to
ner. nut sne iouna it very narn to get near
tier great nioiner, ana wncre tne aoor was to
see her she did not know Then again, she
bod been told that Queen Victoria had very
little power. Whom to apply to she did not
know. Her heart was drawn after her people,
and, though she might lose her home and ner
all, she could not quench the feeling in bef
breast. ' one bad rather sutler with ber peo
ple than emov the Pleasures of this lire. The
address produced a marked effect upon the
audience, and Mr. Gurley said he should be
happy to do bis best to aid their Indian friend
in accomplishing the object she had in view
U visiting wis country.
Oaiam or Clerical Black Coats. In the
year 1524, Luther laid aside the monk's cos
tune, and henceforth dressed according to
the fashion of the world. He chose black
clothes, and consequently the color has be
come the fashion of the clortrv. His reason
for choosing this color was: The Elector of
saxony tooK an interest in mm, and now
ana tnen sent mm a piece oi mack ciotn.
being at that time the court fashion, and be
cause Luther preferred it; so his scholars!
thought it became them to wear the same
color as their master. From that time black
has been the color most worn tjy the clergy.
Death or a Swedish Professor. The re
cent death of Prof. Retzius, of Stockholm,
seems to have been passed over quite un
noticed by the journals. He was known to all
who occupy themselves with race-studies, as
an enthusiastic and indefatigable ethnologist,
especially in that branch of ethnology re
lating to the consideration and classification
of human skulls. ' His division of the cranial
form!1 is the simplest and best of the many
(and, softtr, very unsatisfactory Jclassili cations
of the skulls -of races, and carries on the
science tar beyond tho pomj where Morton
Am Estiei Family Besotted by Liquoa.
The other evening an entire family named
Shanahan, consisting of a mother and four
little children, the eldest child less than
thirteen, were lodged in the Columbus Station-house
in a beastly state of intoxication.
The children were stupefied with whisky, but
the mother raved line a maniao. -
Mabriaoi or a Yknebabli Cocple.tA few
davi linos. L.- V. Aiken, of Nankin, Mich
... . Mla. ri.-:.l C-,,11 ...-J
nmrncu, . rwvLVMw .,
eighty, and Mrs. Sarah Gill, aged seveatyitwo
years. Both are almost doaf, and tb Justice
was obllMd to speak In thundir tens t bt
aHu-4 by thi btpp fait, .i . .; ..i. ' t
The Uncertainty and Danger of Medicine,
Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes, in a lecture
upon physicians, gives the following account
of tome mistakes which have been made in
medicine: , .
Sooner or later, every body is trinued uu
in forming a diagnosis. I saw Velpeau tie
one of the carotid arteries for a supposed
aneurism, which was only a little harmless
tumor, and kill his.paticnt. Mr. Dease, of
Dublin, wns more fortunate in a case he
boldly declared an absoess, while others
thought it was an aneurism. He thrust a
lancet into it, and proved himself in the
right. Soon after he made a similar diagno
sis. He thrust in his lancet, as before, and
out gushed the patient's blood, and his life
witn it. ine next morning Air. uease was
found dead, and floating in his blood. Ho
hod divided the femoral artery. I have
doomed people, and seen others doom them,
over and over again, on the strength of phy
sical signs, and they have lived in the most
contumacious and scientifically unjustifiable
manner as long as tbey lived, ana some are
living still. I see two men in the street very
often, who were both as good as dead in the
opinion of all who saw them in their extrem
ity, l'eonle will Insist on liviocr sometimes
though manifestly moribuud. ,
iu ir. I'.ldors Ltfeot Jyant you will hud a
story of this sort told by Kane himself. The
captain of a ship was dying of scurvy, but
tne crew mutinied, and be gave up dying tor
the present to take care of them. An old
lady in this city, bear her end, got a littlo
vexed about a proposed change in her will ;
ordered a coach; was driven twenty miles to
the bouse of a relative, and livod for four
years longer. Cotton Mather tolls some good
stories which he picked up in his experience,
or out oi nis books,. snowing tne unstable
equilibrium of prognosis. Simon Stone was
shot in nine places, and, as he lay for dead the
Indians made two hacks with a hatchet to
cut his head off. He got well, however, and
was aiusiyicuow in uotton alatner s time.
Jabez Musgrave was shot with a bullet that
went in his ear and came out of his eye on
the other side. A couple of bullets went
through his body also. Jabez got well, how
ever, and lived many years. . 'Per contra,
Col. Rossiter, cracking ' a plum stone with
nis teem, Drone a loom, ana lost ms ine.
We have seen physicians dying, like Snig-
gelus. from a scratch; and a mau who had a
crow Bar snot tnrougn bis bead is alive and
well. These extreme coses are warnings.
But you can never be too cautious in your
prognosis, in the view of great uncertainty
of the course of any disease not long watched,
ana tne many unexpected turns it may lane,
The Trials, Tribulations and Perils of the
Derby—The Troubles of "Thormanby's"
Wilket't Spirit, of this week, has the 'fol
lowing: ' !
All our readers now know that "Thorman-
by" has won the Derby, and that "Umpire'
has been beaten, but wa rather think that
some of them hardly yet appreciate the mag
nitude of the achievement, to win the Derby,
or the sleepless vigilance necessary to that
end. Take the case of Mr. Merry, the owner
oi i uortuanoy. ' v un an immense fortune
and a stable of racers as good as money can
get, this gentleman has been above twenty
years upon the turf, aud never before won
tne "Clue itibbou. tie bag bad very
famous racers (such as "Chanticleer"), and
be won tbe ot. Leger. but the Derby bad
hitherto eluded his grasp. This year he had
a colt, in whom he reposed every confidence,
and that of his trainer Matt Dawson, equaled
it. Nevertneiess. tbey iouna taat tne borse
was gome backward In the betting, and that
some DooK-maters were laylug against blm,
in a way to indicate that they thought they
could "make him safe." As "Thormanby"
had won both his trials with trreat ease.
giving ten pounds, Mr. Merry, Dawson and a
confidential friend whom they took into their
counsels, concluded mat mere was a screw
loose. . , . . .
It had all along bi-- believed that Cns
tance was to ride him. aud here they conclu
ded tbe lay was. They did not at all suspect
bad fai th on the port of the jockey, but were
satisfied that there was a V plant to hocus
him, or get him out of the way in some other
manner, in tnis emergency, it was resolved
tbat Mr. Buchanan, the confidential friend,
should start for Russia to bring Jack Sharp
to ride the horse. He set out on the Thurs
day before the race, at half-past eight in the
evening, and reached bpsoui with Sharp at
nve o ciocK on tne morning oi tue race,
During this time he traveled 4.000 miles.
Sharp, however, was three pounds over-
weignt, and, as u us lance was tound to be all
right, he had the mount and won the raoe,
together with about $350,000 in bets for Mr;
Merry. $100,000 for Mr. Buchanan, and a
handsome stake for the trainer, Matt Daw
son. Tbe oooK-maKers nave been bit very
bard, and punished badly by tbe victory of
i normanby, lor ne was uacsiea by tbe people
at large as well as by those friends of bis
owner ana trainer wno were put on.
BKADTirCL AND WOKTBY TrIBDTE TO OLD
Maids. There is nothing more in conso
nance with our notions and sympathies,wben
an "old maid" is the topic of onr meditation,
than the apostrophe of Jean Paul, who thus
expresses bis sentiments:
Forsaken and patient onel misknown and
mistreated! Thiuk not of the times when
thou hadst hopes far better than the present
are, and repent tne noDie priae oi tny neart
never.' It is not always our duty to marry,
but it is always our duty to abide by right.
not to purchase happiness by the loss of
honor, not to avoid unweddedness by un
truthfulness. Lonely, unadmirea ueroinel
In thy lost hour, when all lite and the by
gone possessions and bulwarks of life shall
crumble in pieces, ready to fall down in
tbat hour wilt thou look back on thy unten.
anted existence no husband, no children, no
wet eyes will be there but one high, pure,
smilino-. ano-elie. beaming? figure. God-like.
and mounting to the God-like, will hover
over and beckon thee to mount with her
the figure is thy virtue.
Mkttkhnich's Opinion on Insanity. Id
conversation related by a writer in the last
number of Dra$erl Magattne, Prince Metter-
mcb gave bis experience ot lunatic asylums.
which he had visited with Gall, the founder
of phrenology. He mentioned the details of
some romantic cases, ana one oi a matnema
tician, whose derangement consisted in bis
mistaking the number five for a cypher in all
bis calculations. He believed gambling and
politics to be the principal causes ot insanity,
and. by way of a characteristic suggestion,
expressed a belief that minds frequently be
came unhinged by attending debates rather
ominous tor tbe X ann.ee nation.
"A' Colonel Killed Ddbino a Military
Review. The first regiment of Warwick
shire Militia was reviewed at Warwick,
England, recently, and the review termini
ated in a fataT accident to Colonel Boultbee,
The Colonel was riding: at the head of tbe
regiment on an Arabian charger, when it
started and struck against the borse of Lord
Leigh, tbe Lord-Lieutenant. The Colonel
lost bis 'stirrup, and tbe horse dashed away
with him toward Stratford and threw him.
By the fall he sustained concussion of tbe
brain, and died the same afternoon on which
tbe accident occurred.
o - '
Railways ut ' Cuba. There ara now fin
ished and in the course of construction
throughout the Island of Cuba, twenty-seven
railroads, comprising an aggregate or about
thr., hundred and IlghMsu ntllts, t a ass,
up vv lastysarei f iivvu,wv(
The Japanese Game of Manner
in Which it is Played.
sons, with forty pieces, (twenty on either
side,) upon a chequered board of eighty-one
squares nine upou each side. The board,
as formerly with us, is of one uniform color,
but what will surprise Amerioau or European
chess-players, tbe pieces are also of one uni
form color; for after being captured, they are
used by the adversary like nis own. The
men are of various sixes, are long and Wedge
shaped, being, at the same time, sharpened
from side to side, in front, and the name of
each piece is inscribed upon it, (both the
original and the one assumed opou its being
reversed, as will be shown.) Each player
distinguishes bis men by always having the
pointed and thin end forward. They are
litid flat upon the board, (front forward,) and
thus their names are plainly visible. They
capture, as we do, by occupying the places
of tbe raptnred pieces, and the ganio is won
when the adversary's king is checkmated.
The following are tbe names of the pieces,
and the manner in which they are placed
on the lioard, together with their movements:
l. Uho-mu), (King), occupies the renter
nuare of tbe first row. and moves exactly
like our King.
2. Km-ehio, (Chief Councillor'), one on
either side of the Oho-rhio. They move like
the King, excepting tbat they can not be
played. diagonally backward. . M,
These are the only pieces which are re
versed, or acquire different powers. All tho
other pieces may be reversed, (at the option
Of the player),, when they move fo and from
any square, in any of tbe adversary's ihree
first rows, and they do thereby acquire differ
ent powers, as well as different names.
a. om-smo.iauD-uouncuiar), one on euner
side of KiH-thio, Tbey move like tbe King,
excepting that they can not be played di
rectly; to either side, or directly backward.
When they are reversed they become a G'in-narik-in
possessing the - powers (and theso
only ui me Ain-eiio.
4. Kiema, (Flying Horse), one on either
side of Ginthio. They bave the move of our
Knight, but are strictly confined to two
squares forward and one laterally, and can in
no case make more than four moves. When
reversed they become a Kiema-nari-kin, pos
sessing tne powers (ana those only) ot tne
AlM-SAtO. . i .
5. Kiothia. (Fragrant Chariot!, one nnon
each corner Bquare of the first row. They
move like our nook, but only forward. When
reversed they become a Kiothia-nari-kin pos
sessing the powers, (and those only) of the
6. Uishia. (Flying Chariot), occupies the
second square of the second row, right side
of the board, and is the most valuable piece,
having the powers of our Rook, and when
reversed assumes tbe name ot mono, (tne
Dragon,) and acquires, in addition to his
lormer moves, ait tnoseot tue mng. i-
1. Kakakb. (HornV occupies tue second
square of the second row. left side of the
board, and moves line our uisnop naving,
like the former piece, when reversed, in ad
dition to his former moves, all those of the
King, it is then ..named aiomt, (the
Dratroness. . .
8. Ho-hei. fthe soldiery V on the nine
squares of tbe third row. - Tbey move aud
capture one square forward, and when arriv
ing upon either ot tbe tnree nrst rows ot tne
adversary, they become a Jfo-narikin and ac
quire all the powers of the Kin-thio, - i
Any piece which has been captured may be
replaced upon the board, at the discretion of
the player, as, follows, viz: When it is his
move, instead of moving one of bis men, be
can replace any one of the captured pieces
upon any of the Unoccupied squares, observ
ing to keep that side up to which it was en
itlee ortgraallyr but it may bo Mversed: at
any moment thereafter; if 'to or from any
square in the before mentioned three first
rows of tne adversary; and observing lurtner,
that be can not replace a Ho on any column
upon which there is already one of his own,
Double Pavnu never occurring in their game.
I have mode myself somewhat familiar with
this rather intricate variation of this intricate
game, and have been promised an opportu
nity ot oreaKing a lance wuu one ot loose
Eastern warriors, of which I shall avail myself
either in Philadelphia or in your city.
Singular And PAiMruL ArrAiB A Sup
posed White Man Rettjrnd to Sbavery.
The Lcwisburg (Va.) Chronicle relates this
singular story : .... ,'..-
Some six years atro,- a man came to this
place, or rather its vicinity, calling himself
uerin, and nas since tnen- worked tor nume
rous gentlemen in ; the county, as a day
laborer. Although of rather dark com
plexion, no one ever supposed him to be akin
to the descendants of Ham. After living here
some time) he won the affections of quitei a
pretty girl, whom he married. Things went
on quite, prosperously for some time, two
children gladdening the happy father's heart,
when, alas I his felicitous existence was un
expectedly terminated. ''.
A negro man, in town, seems to have con
ceived the , idoa tlutt all was not right with
Herift', and that be bore the indications of
being; more closely connected to the sous of
on Southern soil, and communicated this
idea to a gentlemant who, upon seeing him,
immediately recognized him as tbe same in
dividual once belonging to a gentleman at or
near the Hot Springs, in. Bath County, and
from whom ha nad run off. The gen tleman
was informed of the tact, and. on the 3d inst.
be arrived here, in company- with some one
who could substantiate nis claims. He met
HeritT In one of our stores, and informed
him that he bad come for him aa hit servant,
He seemed rather indignant upon receiving
this unpleasant piece of information, but
after a few words be acknowledged his true
character, and accompanied bis master home.
Puhpein Seeds as Rat Poison, The best
food with which to mix poison for killing
rats, is pumpkin seeds. Wet them, and sprin
kle on a little arsenic, which will adhere to tbe
seeds, They will be eaten by rats and mice,
while cats, fowls, Ac, not being fond of such
food, will not meddle with them. Wherever
poison it put for these troublesome pests of
toe Htrm, waiersnouia De near py, so tnat
they may eat, drink, and die, outside of their
holes and hiding-places.- Musk-rats, which
art often troublesome pesU upon some farms
bordering upon creeks -or' ponds, -may be
poisoned with amnio upon pieces of parsnip
or sweet appie.' (-
Morbid Sensibility Rescltinoin Death.
A single woman. Electa Thayer, who had
resided in North Haven, Conn., for many
years, committed suicide, by drowning her
eon tn tne river, on Wednesday morning.
Miss Thayer was about fifty-five years old.
and an industrious and competent tailoreas.
She labored under tle difficulty and disgrace
of a natural malformation, and the fact always
preying upon ber mind at last rendered life
insupportable." J "
A Cay with Btbono Dombstio Instincts.
Last week, Capt Elijah Crocker of Barnstable.
Mass, sent a oat and two of ber kittens to
Boston, by the sloop 8. Pi Cole. The cat and
kittens were taken on board tbe ship Atkbur
Urn, -toon to tall for Calcutta. But on Tues
day morning it was found she bad escaped.
and on Saturday night at 10 o'clock, the ar
rived borne, at tbe residence of Lbenezer
btniln ot tbat village. - .
Fora Card-pl i YBRS Kild at Once by
Liubthibo. The Davenport (Iowa) Democrat
mn ivguwaayt tbat wnen the tornado struck
lamancna, tour men were engaged In playing
card in one of the building totally de
Itroysd. and that all. four were killed with
tat t(l in Will lau as.
in Which it is Played. The First Wedding of Madame Bodisco--
The Marked Difference Between the Now
A correspondent who witnessed the wed
ding of Madame Bodisvo in Washington, last
week, gives the following reminiscences of
her first marriage : '"'' '
I remember the Countess when she was a
school girl in Georgetown the tweet aad
lovely Harriet Williams, the favorite queen
every May-day. Her father, a worthy
merchant of that ancient and respectable
burg, gave ber every advantage or educa
tion ; but she was as simple, artless, and unaf
fected as the daughter or an humble citizen
could be. Her personal loveliness was some
thing rich and rare when the sixteenth sum
mer shone on her bright eyes. Her form was
model for a sculptor, so delicate and
roundly shaped a dream of beauty' seldom
realized on earth. ' ' ' '
The Count Bodiseo first saw her among her
school companions, and was at once con
quered, tie was old, out in excellent preser
vation and when made up as he always was
when ever be appeared before, not only com
pany, but biB most intimate friends he made
good figure in the most agreeable society,
and was highly acceptable, not only in the
saloons of the fashionable, but in all well
bred circles. His good nature and intelli
gence commended him also to eminent men
of all political parties. One of his earliest
and kindest friends was Henry Clay, for
whose talents and geniality be bad an un
bounded admiration. Indeed, be loved the
great statesman and orator to a degree rather
uncommonamongmen. But mere was really
strong tincture or romantic sensibility
about tbe excellent old Count. He was fond
of simple pleasure, and pare and innocent
enjoyments. The attachment of children to
bim was extraordinary, and couiu only nave
been conciliated by tbat genuine benevolence
and tenderness of neart which beamed from
his countenance and gushed out in his cordial
voice. . , I
He wooed and Won the affections of the
most beautiful girl that had ever been seen
in metropolitan circles. His old diplomatic
colleagues laughed some good-natured
ladies sneered the beau monae wondered;
but be bad bis own taste, and be mads tbe
sweet, young, blooming Harriet WilliassS his
It was a splendid wedding, becoming tbe
representative of the Emperor of all tbe
Russias, but tastefhl, chaste and elegant in all
its appointments. Henry Clay gave away
tbe bride. This was in compliance with tbe
fiarticular request of the Count, although, her
ather, Mr. Brooke Williams, was present.
Mr. Buchanan was the principal groomsman.
and Jessie Benton(Mrs.Fremont)first brides
maid. Tbe festivities were in the highest
style of tbat hospitality for which Count
Bodiseo was so long famous among us. -
He was a devoted,- some would say a
doting husband, and she was a loving, atten
tive, aud in every .respect exemplary nnd
happy wife, the light of his munificent borne,
tne ornament ot nis social circle, tne com-
panion and friend of hit life, and tbe chief
solace of hig last hours. I
What a world we live in I , What a change
from the scene in which I saw that- bright
and beautiful girl give away her first love,
radiant theu as the morning star just above
tbe horizon I What strange alteration had
time wrought in a few Bhort years 1 Here
was tbe magnificent matron, ou whose face
I could yet discern the lineaments thai in
earlier days filled all hearts with tenderness,
and even some of that peach-like bloom
which was the crowning grace of her girlish
complexion. And beside her was a gallant
cavalier, in tbe full vigor of manhood, bear
ing name consecrated by ' associations) of
history ana romance" ine uougias, tbe (Gor
don and the ScotU. Who will say that real
ity has not its romance? . i- i '
Sawdust for Blanching Celery.
A correspondent of the London Gatdentri
Chronicle recommends the use of sawdust
for blanching celery, as be finds it to answer
tho purpose better than any other mnLnrlAl.
and is especially valuable for the lata croDS to
ne sept auringtue winter, ne says: "Having
nau some trouoio in ine winter or 1867 in
keeping late celery from rotting in a new
kitchen garden, where the soil, was very re
tentive and damp, and tbe plants earthed up
in the usual manner, I bave since need taw
dust for the purpose, aud find that it answers
perfectly. Last winter all the lata. celery
was earthed up with sawdust, and it kept
quite sound till April, and no slugs or insects
attacked it underground, the heads being
very solid, clear and crisp, and well flavored.
"I had some doubts that the sawdust from
resinous trees might give the celery a disa
greeable flavor, but on trial I found this .not
to be tbe case, ana tbe sawdust is now taken
indiscriminately from tne saw-pits, where
different kinds of trees are sawed up. Before
the late severe frosts occurred in October. I
bad just mushed, the earthening np ot all tbe
lata celery with sawdust, and I find it is
now wonderfully fresh, the frost not having
penetrated far through the surface to the
hearts." , ' , !
. Another correspondent recommends char
red earth in preference to sawdust, "as it
will not only answer the purpose as well, bat
will allow the raiu water to percolate more
freely to the roots of the plants, and be of
innnite service to a sou ot.a damp, retentive
nature." The sawdust b thinks will induce
an injurious growth of fungi in tbe sou.
Character and pBcmiABrrY or 1 Salt
Laxe. Every reader has heard of Salt Laks,
but very few persona know any thing of its
extent and peculiar nature. A writer speaks
thus : ' . .
That this lake should be all salt is no anom
aly. All large bodies of water .into which
streams discharge themselves, while they
have severally no outlet, are or should be
salt. If one such is fresh, that is an anomaly
indeed. Lake Utah, probably, receives as
much saline mateer as Salt Lake, but she dig
charges it through the Jordan and remain!
nerseir rresb while Halt Lake, having no
issue, save by evaporation, is. probably, tut
sal test body of water on earth. Tbe ocean is
comparatively fresh; even the Mediterranean;
at Aiegoorn, is not nan to aait.
1 am told tbat three barrels of this water:
yield a barrel of salt; tbat teems rather
strong, yet its intense soilness, no one who
has not bad it in bis eyes, bis mouth, his nos
trils, can realise, Yon can no more sink in
it than in a clay bank; but a very little of it
in your lung would BUtfic to strangle you.
Yon make your way in from a hot, rocky
beach, over a chaos of volcanic basalt that St
trying to the feet, but at the depth of a yard
or more yon bave a fine sand bottom, and
here the bathing is delightful. The water is
of a Light green color for about ten Or twenty
rods, then'deoply, darkly, beautifully blue.
No fish can li)ve in it; no frogs abide in it;
few bi rds are ever seen dipping in It. ; ,
Oriuikal Suit Asaimbt a Husband. A
woman in Detroit hat brought an action
against her husband to recover wages at a
dow-wtic. It seems he procured a divorce
from her eight months ago. She knew noth
ing about it, and lived with bim performing
domestio duties, ax. One bright morning bit
told her of the divorce, and much axaupe rated,
tbe seeks to punish him. . i i . i.j .
' The Latest Fashionable "A0Nias."--Ta
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in New York, are the Arab mantle and the
Son'prino cape. ; They are, "elegant'.' Tbe first
Is rather boggy and so unpopular with short
ladles, Tht second is rose color and rathtr tries
the cpmplsEioti, but wltb wblu flswsn BiU
blonds, makii ptsity rslttf,
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It In OaMratton.
Upon u,lr aphlicaUoD, titat aud Conntr rifUW mf
veseooraa. . . -
An ennrrotfc pernm ran mako a fortune in a thort
tiiue. Afoul wauled im all untold Tamtorv -
B. 0. BUBTM.A1V,
Rob add axclarir'e acent Iter tha Utiftad Btataa,
wpli-lt' 92 Wt Fourthofltreet. Cinoiaaatl.
Don't Read This I
JL KllY OF TI.R AOE.-br. CALVIN. Aruilr
of London and BaltlmorA noapitals, whara he hu
had in any ysar' prtctlc In tha treatment of e
uerval dlMaaeai, bat tuuro recently of sUexlco wbure
uch auesvati are to ba lonod In tbalr rankest form,
TiirlnT hlii nrau-tir thtrA. in conn mil tun with Dr.
Don ANTONIO 1K LAU8VALLCB, of tn
rnout eminent pbrilclana In Mexico and 'wlUs tbey
dlecovered m remedy In one of the Moxlcfi plant a,
and found oulv iu Southern Mexico, that Tsfciorea, an
If bjr magic, all the venereal tutnt from tin eyttem.
In the primary or Beoonaai7 form. Syhitf, In tho
wont stage, permanently curod In a very Lrt time,
and tha eyntem thoroughly cleaoMd and pare, an
If It had never been contaminated by that wot at of
all diieaewit ftyphilli. Scrofula, Loproey and all
kind of corruption of tha blood and diwiiaet of tho
ktn removed permanently and Quickly by thU pow
erful agautaud aidor of nature, " Maxtcaa Specific.
No one need be reduced to a akeleton, and utter tho
tortures of the InqUUitioa, and robbed of hie laat
dollar, and still not curod. Dr. Calvin aioo ueala all
klndi of chronic dlawame with trreat buocom. Med
icine only to pay for, aa all dlaeajiee are treated free
of charge, except by epeclal contract. Poreou at a
dUtauce etui be treated by tending correct etat.
moots of their case by letter, aud ten oentu iu
pOHUoe fiUnipa. Call on oredarewfl Dr. CALVIN,
U03 -Vintj-itreet, between Fifth and 8Utk-atreete
Cincinnati, Ohio. ISow is tbe time to-uwrrow may
be too late.
The Doctor has located permanently in the aity,
and can at all times be found i bis oflloa. . . -
iKVxSend for Circular.
No. 203 Vlne-street.
BI. n.Ck. A.M. Co.
M. H. COOK & CO.,
GREAT WESTERN PLAXTCG MUL
BITWIIM FIFTH AND BIXTH-STAVBETS, OIM.
OlMNATI, WIU, , .
I1.c.SNMrINP 0 PAVING EN
T1KELY abanJoned bulldlug Tn tho city, ami
turned our attention to preparing Tiulloliig material
of very aoecrlption, we can aaloly aa;
can aaioiy ear met our ej
and on Sacllftlee annul i
inenc m tn nustni
to offer Inducements to builiior In the city aud at a
distance nuaurpaated, UT oiualed,
by any other siml.
iar eetaDUsnnient In tne weat.
We aku manufacture Veneers of SIT descrlntlnna.
and keepou hand an aeanrtmeut of MaAotfanr.
.rood, walnnt and Oak Venoera. Also, Hu Backing
IbrPIcturea and Looklug-glai.as,
P. S. we hare just received forty thou.and of
Bed Cedar, of An Quality, which w. oan sell at a
few pries than it haa ml been aula In this ajar
ket. . . mS-tT
SPALDING'S c . ,
A BTITC1I IN TIME lTES NINE.
,j Eoonomyl Dlapatohf "T
Save the -JPieoes !
TTTfc B FtT I I N BVBBY HOU8B FOR
v-l Bsenillna Faraitur, Toy, Crockery, Glassware,
Wholeaol Depot, No. iS Ci!ar-trt, New totk.
Addroas . UXKV 0. SI'ALDlNb A CU.,
"'' Box No. J,XI, New Vork.
Put np for Dealers tn cases coutaiuiug four, eight,
and tw.lr doaon beautiful Lithograph ilhow
paid aocyipnyiug each package. derl sy
O. W. BOWLER, j
SlALU-sirasI, kotwta Wala and Walnut, Clnclaunif.'
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