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f . , .Thursday jPvealpg.sJunc 28,
; Prof, L. EXason,
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MUSICAL TEACHER OF THE DISTRICT AND INTER-
, t r MEDIATE SCHOOLS Of CINCfflNATI;
n wm ih rvn uy nif com mil nicar ton
At'il rotupUiuentstry TtMUnKWiaJ iViwuti
o" -a CjiMASON Lyiierih -clergy Of tbhi pi
9 tii tfa?hois Mid pcr-Kiiml friend-,. Ev
It will bcurttm -by tin communication Mow that
n tMitferod to Mr.
i place, h wll
vcraHiiml friend. KY'irv t?lT.rft U
liuw biue ml tortiiltrthlit Kxhlbltlun the mo
f "aaiiiui iinti am evr wtu.jiruteiiU'a to iiieclti;
w no vi en J m iu turj w i p
.j..... ClNclMMATr, June 11, 1SS0.
l'BiirEdHna fi. W. Maiom Dkas Him: Thanndor-
MTnad lialfv that ao mafth internet ha Ikiad
awRkiMied Xiy tlia floral Concrt, with tlia aceora
liiuylng Mvth'il"glca1 repreaontationa with which
Vu fHVorciJ the public ou Friday eTenluS laat.
that wa boHara weaie tmUexpraniilnKau eameat and
cry anral nciitre in aullrltlng at your banda a
.Deutlon of the' entertainment. We truat. there.
lire, that, at a period an early aa poaatble, Vou will
xh vor ine ption; wiiu iu, reproauciion.
r R. II. BlihD, r
. kiit'ElnpitoD Ooddard,
o. nuirei ,
llur.H K Inn
,,. lluv B. K. Maltky,
M. H Tlldi n,
1 ,i. w. ueie.
" '' ' 'A. MrDnnald
' Oao. W. Davlea,
-, -J. C. Davlea, ,i
- J. W. Huker.- '
t;. j. ifooertM,
1 r-iA J. Blnkotr,
, J.L. Vattter,
., II. W. Browu. . ,
. nurl8 Rimm,
' T. J. Woaver,
1'. J. Hahlcuiau,
B. P. ll.illoy,
J. C. Blocum,
W. II. tllbnon,
t " T. M. Caruy, 1 (
J Opo. J. Oluik,
K. L. Bomard,
Wni F. Irwin.
John IT. AvdeloH
B. M, Forliet,
tiro. Shlllito, '
Cavld Uarrtee, '
Thoa. F. Fhllllpa,
I.J. Allen. . -tieo.
Cbaa. H. Foadlck,
P. I.. Dlckluaon,
M. W. Stone, I
U. F. Bradley, i
R. D. Barney.
OtwciNMATl, June It. IMO.
, IIom B. SruEr.a, Kurtu Kim
Row. R M Ttiawoa. II OK. B. Hroaea. Knma KlMtt
and oTKKas- Obntlrmrn : Tour favor, containing a
?--inetfor tlM raaroductlon of the Floral Concert
v( laat Friday evening, la rooeivad. Tbat a desire ao
natterinr as ou 01 wnicn von sneaa snouia exist is
atv aratlfvlna to ma. lam mora than Dleaaed if
gratltylng to me. 1 am mora tban pleased it
anr snorts that I have made to ancourase the youn
'IineOliyiO musical einuisiiuii anu luipruieaeni
i n v- iuwmiwi .lie I nn nuanu mm,RuoaiDrBi
rienan 01 puDi'o senoou in uincinnaii. 1
As to the renroductloa rf the entertainment. I
"shall be most happy to accede to your request, and I
tuall acoompany it wlib new faaturoa of interest
and attraction. It will, however, be eminently
tibf to tbe cl'tng of the pnhltc schools, to take
1-lncalnafHW Have. TkrTor.,JI shall bakapprtn
; iui TH '1118114' iVKNlNCf, June M, law, at
i.mmr that It ahonm fic ur ax or aa neariv aa Boa
1 ; J auii gaiulemen, with ul(h regards.'
J A t J V ' r' ? t
t- uJT For full detcrlptioo of the eTenii
t tlnmeiit, w programmmi of the day.
HMITH & NIXON'S
IT.'!:' irfUr,lM.SiJlli v "
M - w Aj I
inesoay tveninir, june zo.
THIRD INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
A aalatad by
11 EGZNNINq; AT EIGHT PRECISELX
" Cards uf admission $5 cenU-to be had of the pu
1 ils, and at the door. . . r I
The proowda to be applied to paring for tbe plane
" uae by the School. ,Jea-c
TT.MIHER GAttDEN VINE - STREET,
between Fourth and Fifth The cbeapeat and
'. coolest plaoa of amnaement la the city. i
, ,()PKJf EVBRY EVENING.
AD.nlasMJN una. a inn sjsn-rs.
W Dancing. Singing, pantomimes, Faroes, Nig'
-T , a.aiHas, o , ana ui aummer nrwes iiiuj. ,
1 ' 1 ,T. Ohaage ef perfonnanae every evening. els-tf
-rVTOTIOB.-THB NATIONAL, THEATER
' w 1. now for rent for the Hummer season. nr The-
rtrleai Perforinances, Italian, Wanuan or Bhrleso.ua
I - nras, Ac, Ac, and may he bad on reasonable terms,
vy luo aignt or weea. ao parucaiaraapiy mi
National Theater Bulld'lig.
inySO-tf Sroaiuo re -street.
hrtRfllirlir Hlilliil'l'lHCIl." dudiratedl to the
1'uplla uf tbo Hillsborough Female .Collage. By Carl
uguatatCiA,.. vfflfo rrHtjBCH.J..,
apw . i
tt Weat Fourth-atnet.
ww lurkl puwerlul toned uonble
srand-actlon' Concert riauos, pro
Mouncod by Lists, Xhalberg and other
s-t-at artists the besl ha existence,
l will umll Inwnf for oanh tlinJi an I
thaclty. Pianos and Melouoona tuned and repaired
I kJiouglily. Pianos to let at from t6 to flit pnriiuar-
until you have sailed and ax.
tir. Musical lustriimsnu selling at nail-prices
not buy or runt a mano
inl.i.ll tllA mIiOTS.
. . 4,1 I J. 4 lift ano., Dow aa-eosa,
t" Piano llealara and Makera.
fair Mo. n W. Firthtraat, awar Hum.
-myar ntilD TI.T.Ti. VR tl A T.H
ll INK EMXIUuever fails to cans all kinds of die-
urtes of the uterus, tne moneys, uvariea, piauaur
ami Urethra. Trulaaaa. (Uiiiuki uiarie, innainaia-
i -nil tTln-Wition of tlia Womb, no mattes of how
i ng naudiug, peruiausutly cured by the uae of the
, ' 'sludaine'raffrs with pleusnra to the following card
I una ot tuo best aruggisu in tue city !
To tas Public aad las LeUl aa i-itI
"We. the undersigned, era not lu the habit of giv
ing our name to Patent Medicines; but knowing well
1.- T.Bd Phv-li-li-n. and tha snedlclne called thl
iderslgned, are not iu ine nanu oi giv
to Patent Medicines; but knowing well
ystclan, and the medicine, called, the
t'terlna Elixir, we cbaenuiiy racouimena it sisu ia-
Males sullerlng from F.niala Diseases of any kind;
ly vegetanie, an'i iu no law i:aai ou uuui y . we
111 iry. ana our wora ,or 11 joe 11. i..u ..-.
, ft. D. UILIi, Dmggist,
"Cornier of Fifth and RaosIrasta."
.For sale at tha principal omce, 144 West
th-st.. between Raceana sIiiii suasi) bvss,
I AM A A. of SI sl 11 Anil Fourtb.sts. : r.
HILL, corner ot Bace aud Flfth-sts. 1 aud drug.
, 1 .ta gsuenilly througboilt Uiocliyanq country.
1 'J,'" I'rlce.ONIS DOI.I.Alt PUB BllTTLIC. .
''' Madams ELI.18 has rnturiied from the South, and
' ' ran bo found at her efflca.Wl West tjlxlb-.t.,
.' all times. . . , "IT
T.& B. BRUCE.
, Iml AlaUrwad Car "rind Oaa alb aa Maa
(lif'tt. 1 ; ,m a ..... aactaarara, 1. , . .. -
' " T.nt aiiual In style, nnish and ilnrabllity, aad at
. ' I ;W prions, as any niane in tue oouuiry. .
'. ' ' nmoa-wnia. of fijlrd and Vlna-straeta. al4-tt
, , LOAN O PFTCB
11 OYIKfltlJt. 6 A'gBT B1aTH-p111T.
kilk Rda ifjXtSJlasVaf
oflutarvt, at Ks, 13 Tiae-slre-a, Mtwsea
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MUSICAL. RAILWAY MATTERS.
TRAIN DlfiET. , , ..
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Vlif 4Hta A. M. aa i33 P. M. LonUTilai
AceoaunoiUUoa, i) P. M.
iNDUaAPOlU AMD CUCIMIATI HOOKT-tlKl-MJ
mmriwiet thanCKtlDir, 0i40 A. II., lltao
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Maiiitta and CiKOimATi IT mlnutri futor Uiab
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Ohio amd UiuiMirrl-7i30 A. M 1'tiW P. Iff.
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A. M.,ir. M.vSLtOP. m.
If rou would have peace tell no human
wag you aye your unuv . ,i i
A skiff was unset in the Alabama River.
near the mouth, ou the ICth ihst., and four
boys were arownea. j , i -
A lanre moccasin snake was killed recently
in Charleston, S. 0., by a negro boy, after a
uesperate struggle,' : , . . , , ,(
The channel of the Misaissinnl River in
. . : . if . . "
cnanging very aeciaeuiy near iiciena, ax-
The-number of lorettes who destroyed
themselves, last year, in Paris, is estimated
at 215. .' ' . ' i
A familv of seven persona were all des
troyed by poison, iu Vienna, a few weeks
since, by an -unknown villain. i
Make friends with a steward on board a
steamer there's no knowing bow soon you
may oe placed in bis power.
In everv strancre house it in well to inaulre
where the brandy is kept only think if you
were taken iu in ine nignt i - i
Farmelia Butledge, a resnectable-lookine
woman, was recently arrested, in Brooklyn,
new tori, lor lorginga note on ner latner.,
James Obcrmver and Henrr Luff fouzht a
nnnl witn nlnLnla HAArKar.niinental a htornia
.. ... ... .....
on me da instant, ana ine latter was Killed,
ii V It Im mm 1 41. .
iu uiuoauiuu. iuii.u.1 icuuk 1. ,u.jiiduib.
(rational Uburcn was set on nre by an incen
diary, ana partially Darned down. i
Professor Belli, one of the most distin
guished natural philosophers and mathema
ticians 01 itaiy, nas just atea at ravia.
During a storm, a chimuer fell down near
Salisbury, Connecticut, a few days since, and
killed two little girls, ten and eleven years
. . 1 i
Two little boys, brothers. John and David
Crane, fell into a tub of boiling water, in
uasnovia, micnigan, last... week, and vane
Bcaiaeu ul ueaui. . 1 ; . . , -
A man ran a race with a train on the "Wil-
liamsport and Elmira (.V. Y.) Railroad, last
week, and was actually in advance at the tod
01 ton miles. I
An intellltrent'chlld of the Rev. Sir.' Plum-
ley, atMetuohln, N. Jn was bitten-alightly by
a aog, recently, anu uieu ui ayuropuouia, m
dreadtul agony, a lew days alter.
Never answer a crossine-sweepor -'Pay
him, or else pass quickly or silently along.
On word and you art destroyed by a rolling
venicie. - ;
T Ul D.lMLHM. Dl.t. In .1. - Aa.t
- IB tPS. (EWDIUIOU, . 11 .J 1I, m UID GMIJ
part of May, a beautiful woman, the mistress
of a Duke, was assassinated in her carriage,
wnue returning irom in opera. - - i
Harraret Hanlev. a beautiful girl of seven
teen, destroyed herself with laudanum, near
Monson, Me, on Thursday, on account of a
Two men were hucg In tbe City of Mexico
on the 21st ulU, for murder. They were noto
rious scoundrels, and had each killed half a
dozen men. ,. .
Thackeray is about to publish his famous
lectures of tbe Georges, in the Camhill Mag
anne.' They were highly popular in tbis
country, and realized to tne author tu.ooo.
The foreign medical papers are making a
noise about a discovery by a French doctor
-that gout can be radically cured oy means
Write not one letter more tban you can
help. The man who -keeps up a large cor
respondence is a martyr, tied not to tbe
stakes but to the post. . .
A letter to the New Orleans Picayune says
that instruction have been given to cruisers
at that place to take all future negro cap
lives tp Boston or rorumouta.
A Mississippi paper,- in an obituary notice.
srjeaks of the deceased a being "a most esti
mable young man and devout Christian un
til the day oi nis aeatn.
An old man. Stenhea Graidol. was robbed
in Dtte County. AK of $5,000 a few days
ir ti. vT-.'i '..., 'j:.' ,j ii.
I QliiUDa UD Ulha UVDII UCtUIJ UiatlOnwkCta Dili
1 a'uvvt a. af
Cologne Cathedral so long ill progress of
erection, is now rapidly completing, iue
ancient portion of the building ha been :
An tmvlout of the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company was robbed in Philadelphia hut
week by having a chew of tobacco thrown
directly in nis eyes. ,
Mr. Wintermute, a Daguerrean artist in
1 .1 .. ii:..k u-- V 1 A 1-.... k
i Auaius, niuh- um uwh isuunei lumio j
juhaliug sulphnrioether, which h has used
. hnainL. . ... . . .
The Wapello (IowaV Republican says three
light shocks of an earthquake were felt In
tbat town recently, 1 'tween ten and eleven
o clock at night.
A tree was blown down upon a house In
Baatroo County. Texas, a few night since.
and killed two of the inmate, George Ray
aud but sou. . - i -
R. O. Morle wa oowhided near Mobile.
A lu ma .11. SYo. In.nltlniv i imin 1V fh
offended femae hersslf. She chastised bim
very severely. ' '
1 In New York city there are Hi churches,
of whtch the Episcopalian have 61, Presby
terians 3, Methodists 33, Baptist 33, Roman
CathoUcr 3 Dutch Reformed 22, JewUh
' A French company has ordered ten steam
ers to be built in Great Britain, each about
halfth size) of the Qrtat. Etutern, or ten
thousand tun each. '.' , la-"
' Svlvanu Bristol a convict In th Michigan
State Prison, at Jackson, wa killed on the
lwh by a band which was aUauhed to a sir.
cellar taw (inking nun on u naa,.
Condition of the Working Classes in England
—Prelude to a Popular Outbreak.
Jbf iXondoij jyrt$oofdant of the Kw
York Evtnmg Toit remarks: '""!
A tieoDle ! alwavit cnntanL xrlih m. trnvetnil
mrit that make! alt as pteiuwut fur tliam aa
posiible, auj if damaRoguea aud agitators
mora them, it Is by means of thetto material
circUmstatiaeat nrt tin workman of Bugland
at tbi time are jrrrt in that tonditioa whre
agitator may move ttiam with terrible effect.
in? ovgin to ihm ana to .tninKj llian wbich
n6tuinp can be moi e uerilous for selfish aud
hort-aightcd muioritjr. - They are ovcr
wwrfced. undeTDlessed. taski In olentv. but uo
u lay afterward; and thia strike, commenced
In mere Industrial troubles, threatens to be
diverted into' political channels, and swell to
uncontrolable ' largeness the tideiu favor of
reform ) uot (hat the men iu genernl cure a
straw for. political power, for tuey wculd be
content with aa Emperor who showed con
sideration and oare for their needs and wishes;
but thus finding themselves utterly neglected
by government, and more generally opposed
and nut down, they begin to ask whythy
should nut have a vgicu in this thine as well
L'- it.-,1. v- 1 I i ' . , i . .
hfl their bosKs and laiidlnrds.. ii Hi i
Ooverument were Oulv Wise enontrh
to throw them the bone they clamor forj they
will not have them to-morrow shoutiiiK fur
the whole Joint, and may be, by and by,
fighting for it. The true reason why the
House does not pass the Reform Bill, and
will no', uass it, is that the nrooosed exten
sion of the franchise would bring in the 'great
moss of workmen, and that the industrial
questions would be forced on the cousidera-
. . rn . 1.. . i.i.i. ij
uuu oj uoverniuenii iu a wuy wuica couia
not be evaded. Wnges would have to be
raised and taxes lowered, for then the work
men would, at least, hold the balance of
power in the House.-- They are willing to
lot la the little shop-keepers- but fear he
uieu who begiu to think, and whose) rights
involve the losses of some one else. :
That they are afraid of them, is shown bv
Other things than this reform question and
its treatmeut tncy dure not puss a general
militia law. beonuse it would tint arms and
'the, dadgeronsi discipline in the possesion of
tue luuoring classes; anu mis winter, yrnen a
coVps of volunteers- was formed froral work
meu' entirely, the Government refused to
accept them, eveu with tbe power of appoint
ing wis Officers, u would nave ariist-corp.,
lawyers corps, pernaps corps 01 any other
occupation; but this corps of working men
was refused, and requested to divide them
selves among otuer corps in process 01 lornv
at ion. 1
Padre Gavazzi in Italy—More of his Anti-Catholic
A correspondent of the Boston Trantcrivt,
writing from Florence, Slay 31, gives the fol
lowing accouut ef a religious meetiilf; con
ducted by Padre Gavazzi :
Urowding into a medinm-elBed room were
cngusn ana American loans ana gentlemen.
Italian men and women of 6ouryt grade,
hemmed in by a back-ground of hard-work
ing labor-dressed con tadini, ail earnest in
look and respectful in attention many ol
tnem witn rrotesiant tsiuies open in ttteir
hands, from wbich they read attentively until
the entrance of their enllghtener.
Gavazzl is a sinmilar-lookintr man. Tall.
with a well-proportioned and powerfully-
bulll nirure. a well-knit head, covarad with
jet black hair, deep-set hazel eyes, penetrat
ing though not large, a large nose and mouth
witn greatly portruding under-lip. he 'strikes
the cultivated eya without exactly pleasing
it. Still his appearance is eminently calcu
lated to interest the lower classes of Italians,
for whom his exhortations are intended.
The services oueued with the I Lord s
Prayer, to which every one responded
"Amani ana tnen reading acnanigr irom
kJk. Willi, vs.Hti ifiwiroucu HI U1S UW-UU1W,
which treated of salvation by works as well
aa by faith. "Bravol bravof" murmured the
delitrhted contadini. an exstacy of iov illumi
nating tbetr sun-beaten races, When ne de
clared at ickitKujza (nonsense) tbe Koman
institutions of eating meat on certain days
and nsn on others, counting Deads ana re-
loiviutr - isuvuiubiuis ii uui biu uy uiau. oti;.
But when be stated that tbe prayen of the
consecrated Sv work, enno-
bling in th Lord's sight, enthusiasm conld
harcflv hAronreased: and mv neiirhbor. who
was a jrray-nairea granu-intner, wuisperea to
me, 'that' tne way totals anu wont it
enrage the priests (
Rich Fields Watered by Blood—The Plains
of Lombardy the Battle Ground of Nations.
liana, r ', ' ' v.- ' I
It is a melancholy fact that tbe richest and
fairest spots on earth's surface are also those
where human blood has been most frequently
and lavishly shed.. What waves of invasion
have successivelv rolled over the I fertile
plains of Persia and Hindontan, the prolific
, i . i, vr , i .1 . i.i., 1 . .
vaiiej; ui uie line, me. iruiuui provinces ui
Asia Minor,, Turkey ana Hungary I : wnat
battles; what sieges, what maVsaores, almost
from the birth of history, have drenched their
aa uiu tuv waawu w aaaawaj. aaaa, v w a uaivuvu etaawaa
sou wiia gure 1 Anaitiuoia, wo-iu. gurueu
of Spain was for eight centuries the battle
ground of Christian aud. Moor, whose blood,
according to the Spanish historians, was
poured lortn in thirty-seven nuuared Dames.
But, perhaps, no can n try has been more
blessed by the gift of God, ,ur more cursed
by the strife of man, than the wide and
beautiful plains of Lombardy, guarded by
Alp and Appenine, a very garden in leruuiy,
watered by Innumerable streams, and-with
a thousand towns and villages glitteriug like
sans amid a sea ot verdure. It nas Deen
the battlefield of nations from the time when
Bellovesus, nearly six centuries before Gbrist.
led his Celtic legions across the Alps, until
yesterday, wbeu the French aud Aastrian
eagles were striving tor supremacy, no
mans and Cimbrl, Goth and Romaus. Lam'
Sa. P"l aua Italians,
BP"ll. ". "lss, aus rinns ana trench,
have again aud ntraiu met in deadly strife on
a , , - l i j a i r
I IhaXBA BrijiunrAHi, Ttlni na nun hava itfan rii
eessively swept down, in bloody swaths, by
tne scythe Ol tne grim mower, aeatu. i
, ssai 1 - I
ELtOANCI AND FASCINATION OF TBI JAPAN
ESE Womin. Dr, Drummond, the English
traveler, long a resident ot Jeddo, thus speaks
of the ladies of Japan:.' ! ' .' x
"Tbe Japanese are the most fascinating,
elegant ladies that he ever saw in any country
in tue worm, ishs rwsv low peculiari
ties, to whicb one soon gets accustomed by
livina- among them, and thev would at their
first debut be admired at St. James's, or in
any other court in Europe.1' . What a pity
that none or tnem eaine miner to adora our
President' mansion, or give a climax to the
grace which encircles the progress of tbe
Embassy. And yet. perhaps, it is far better
as It is. we must not torget th ntte
Paradise, nor tbe doom of Solomon, nor the
story of Alrey, - nor many of those events
aocreu to solemn song en,",, girutane issury.
Oaoh or liia Griat Eastern's Deten
tion. he London correspondent qf tbe New
York Evening Poet Intimates that the cause
of th delay hi the sailing of tbe Great Ea
am wa that only sixty passenger ware en
gage cL ; Thia wsulet only have gieen $7,500
passage money, wnue tne screw steamers
nora Liverpool to New York average $0M
out, winter and summer.
Wanton Murder by a P.oWdt. The other
-t .v.. ij.m p - . an-i,aii n-m..i.
Migu. . i vi iu niw., m o jii.rai. iii.m vui
ten of Lancaster. Peon., was wantonly shot
and killed by a rowdy named Eben KendrictU
i ne muruerta man was commander oi Ins
DubuUverela of that iity, and occupied prom
intnt position in out or two German toss.
A Visit to Herculaneum and Pompeii—
Harriet Beecher Stowe's Impressions of
the Buried Cities.
In the last dumber of the New York Indt-
pmdnt, Harriet Beecher Stowe writes thus
at her visit to Hereulanetm aid Pompeii: '
Abnnt an hour's drlva broniht ns to the
village of PocUci, which is built over Etercn
huieum. We alighted and went into a common-looking
bonne, where an old man pro
vided us all with candles, and then opeued a
door which appeared to go down into a cellar,
and we all began, to descend. .
On our right and left we could see the
marks of the pickaxes wbich had cut the
nan wipe down whicb we were treading
through abank of solid luva. hard and glassy
Down tower, me aumps arippea ana oozua
WW u iwwvi. no uasuiaca ua ' I"- I
.InniT hm wtlli anrl thn nmniA nf cArrintfp I
overhead sounded strangely in contrast to
we were descendiuff It was theold theater I
of Herculaneum we were coming Into a I
buildingas large as the Uan Carlos, which is
said to be the largest in the world. We
heard the bate flapping overhead, squeaking
aud gibbering a the ,uu wonted light dis
turbed them. We passed through long gal
leries to the stage, to the green-room saw
hero and there traces of vermilion ceiling or
partly effaced fresco saw tbe places ot tbe
orchestra, and stepped on the mos-grown
stae. Tbe very tact tbat it naa once neen a
place of amusement added to the heavy,
ghostly chill the sense of death and desola
We saw the bases, with Inscriptions, from
which had bev-n taken the equestrian statues
of the "Two Balbi," father and son, which
we badjocn in uie museum tne aay oeiore.
Every snace thus lnado must be carefully
bricked up again because of the living town
above. The first discovery of the town, it is
well known, was from the sinking of a well
for the convenience of a family above which
well onme into this theater. . - '
Besides the two equestrian statues of "Bal-
bu," are several marble ones, called tbe
"Mother. Wife, and Daughters." Tbe statue
called the " Motht " is a most striking One. It
is of an elderlv womar of maiestic presence.
and Impressed with such deep lines of tragic
prescience, mat one migm loncy it ine
atatue of one who foresaw ' the desolation
that was alut to entomb her city, Most
sinirularin its force of character and strencrtb
of expression is this statue one of those por
traits tbat so evidently snggest a mstory tnai
one longrs to know the original. This family,
distinguished for personal dignity and pres
ence, and holdinp- so hieh a place in public
esteem, reveals itself to us afler a silence of
centuries, now impressive and uwiut ii
must have been to have found them in there
subterranean recesses, standing silent. : awful 1
l taneied now mat pale, strong, latemi lace
of the mother of Balbus must have looked
whan down in these ooiv damns the liebt ol
the discoverinir torch first flared npon it. Tbe
history of pride, passion, and sorrow whicb
have" written themselves on that strange face,
must have had a startling? power, looking out
in their staiv stillness from the silence of so
deep a night of so long and stony an entomb
Xur nartv was a lartre onemany of them
young and full of spirits, and trod tbe deso
lated way with many a gay word and light
laugh yet even the fair yonug faces and the
tnougntiess langns naa a gnostiy, unnatural
loos; ana sound in mat depressing silliness,
w ben we emerged to tne dayHgbt. one
voano- maiden appeared to view bearing s
beautiful full-blowa rose, which the said she
bad picked np on tne damp floor oelow,
n.t- i . ' r :
,, ' -f .... - si'
The blooming child of upper air seemed to
us an incredible marvel to emerge from so
death-like shades, and we ,woudered and
l-i-J t ' i i .1 ' C..-l .1 Ui
i an tnnnarli hla -ni a Wat I rn nmorrrfl f mm un
specuiateu uuw it KUfc were, ouvu, .uuuui-
less. once grew in the gardens of that subter
ranean citv. and lying back in the carriage,
nnd snuttfiig" one fcvoav-vne might hav
fancied it the ghost of a rose from some of
those buried gardens a rose that should
look Inst like another, but should gradually
dissolve and fade from view in upper re-
o'olock, and went into a little caravanserai
to get luncb, before entering on our explora
tions. -j i .
in an upper chamber, all hung round with
French lithographs, we took eur lunch. A
uian with a guitar soon found his way to the
balcony, on to which our room opened, and
organ playing auu aingirjg gay aire, tun very
of which seemed to. say: "Be easy,
bave a good time, dance and Sing While the
SUn shine. ' i
The oharacter of these Neapolitan aire i
strongly reminds me of the gayer class of
negro melodies the SAme stronglv laceeu-
4ated rhythmical character and sharp ex-
presaion oi time tne same careless aoanaon
or gayety. Me sang, and we laugneu ne
intimated earlini, and -we paid them and
then off he went, singing again, till we
laughed more and paid more earlini he im.
pruvisea aiy compumeuts, auu uau suggea-
tiousofi.i'a aud amore, which led to more
earlini but we were tbo good-naturod to
a iii;iuuk BUli aal tuk,v l.sAt.1 uo laiuuv aa KWuu luilijl,
acinur, ana altogether ne mode a gooa ming
1 01 Ui aouGite vtwii )ocuw io iai ne
was, full to bis throat with tbe sunshine of
mis Drigni aay.
Pompeii 1b a much more airy and sunny
expedition than Herculaneum. It seems to
have been buried by drifting" ashes, much as
our fences in New England are sometimes
bid under snow-drifts, aud over these drifts
grass aud flowers have become green and gay.
The unexcavated part looks like a green hill
or mound, and only about a third of it is ex
cavated. Unlike Herculaneum, tbe work ot
disentombment is easy enough. No super
Incumbent city to be disturbed by mining
beneath, and the material to be removed
being light, loose ashes, oners scarce any
Pen Portrait or th Authoress or "Adam
Bins." Miss Kvans, the author of Adam
Bed and The Mill on the floet, is at present
visiting Florence, Italy. A correspondent
of the Boston Trantcriptj writing from that
place. May 31, thus describes the lady:
"She would be called 'ugly' by thoughtless
persons, but the more discriminating pro
nounce her intelligent and interesting in ap
pearance. Miss tvans is a woman or forty
tall in stature, large in build, of
tair complexion, golden hair, fine teeth, light
I eyes, long nose, and the face is altogether
long, in tue heaviness or law ana highness
of cheek-bones she greatly resembles a Ger
man, rue expression oi ner tace is gentle
and amiable, while her manner la particularly
timid aud retiring. In conversation she is
said to stamp haraelf-a a womsn of uncoi
moo taiente, wituout assuming me least pre
tension in accent okgesture. bucb outwardly
is ine autnoress ot 'Auam eeae.
IM , I , , 'I -W SB
. .Deorcas or Down-town New York Prop
erty. The depreciation of down-town New
York property is alarming. Rents that a few
Sears since were hold at the rate of fifteen
undred or- two thousand dollars a. year.
oonimend now only five or six hundred dol
lar. A ouuaiug on nan-street was Knocked
down at $33,000, wbich a few years ago
would have brought tSO.oOO. The great
increase in vaiue is up town. v
POPDLATION or TBE ClTIEl or INDIANA.
The population of the principal cities
T.,iii,. win r,r,h.i,i. ,-.,,ii iv.11 . v
aiaill,p0ii. efow. New Albany. 22 000-
UltWKL-UIIaf ' ARIVVV, AVOW AlUnUT, S,,VVAJ.
Kvantvilla, 1 5.000i Lafayette, 15,000; Madison
12,000; Fort Wayne, 12,000; Richmond, ll.OQO-
Terr. Haute, l(J,00O.J 3
RniaiDB ov am- Aqcu. UaUj Ismss fwiA.
win, aged 79 years, and for tbe past thirteen
year an inmate oi tne v. o. a aval Asylum,
in rnuadsipnia, commuted suicide by Jump
ing; front the tolrd-etory window- of that
An Appeal to Husbandmen from France.
! Harriet Martiueaa hut Utter to the An
Standard sonUlnj the fallowing par-
"One odd sitn of the times has Inst au
peared one of those mysterious indications
wbich are always fonad at. length to proceed
from the same man. however various tber
mav De. v itntn a mnutn a consmcnooa "an
pcai to husbandmen" has appeared in the tui-.
verliaiug columns, toot of our newspapers,
but of our agricultural Journals, and has
caused some ogitatiop among our farmers of
capital; ine wora ' ntuniananien a
rreucn mistake; for tbe appeal is not to lo-
oorors, out capiuuiets. iney are invited to
purchase estates and farms in the central
provinces of France, instead of renting farms
r, w ' v .A..ua, imiuo
ftC hotlift: Alia A dnzzlimr ttir.turf in QmrbftnMt I
of the wealth and pleasures which any man
on French Soil. The picture is ratber'too
rne uioresenaioieorour agriculturist will
cliuose to kuow. before thev go further, wbv
Xulture is so' backward in France; and
, the population 'declines rather than
advances; and why land returnson an average
oniy iwo ana a nan per cent, yearly, when
mantiiacxures and commerce are very profit
able in food hands. Nothing can be easier
than to explain tbe adversity of land-owners
ana agriculture in r ranee, wnere almost
every acre is burdened with debt, and where
tne burdens1 on land amount to above forty
millions of pounds sterling a year; but it fs
lesseosv to understand whv this bait ia held
out to English farmers, and who it can be who
nas tne power to otter tbe surface or whole
provinces' fbr sale. Considering that tbe
land-owners ot France possese, onan average,
three-quarters of an acre apiece, nnder the
minute subdivision of land which iis the
practice there, it must be a very powerful
personage wuo can oner sucn a range ot
estates ana ntrms, witn chateaux, Home
steads, woods, fisheries, arc, tor purchase. 1
An Appeal to Husbandmen from France. Bancroft on the Declaration of Independence.
i tae. . 1 '
iln the eighth volume ot Bancroft's Hittory
of (As . Unittd Slated just published, the
author thus refers to the "Declaration of
Independence.;" ,. . ' ,.
"This immortal State paper, which for its
composer was the aurora of enduring fame.
was "the genuine effusion of tbe soul of the
country at that time," tbe revelation of its
mind, when, in its youth, its enthusiasm, its
snblime confronting of danger, it rose to the
highest creative powers of which mau is
capable. - The bill of rights which it pro
mulgates is or rignts that are older man
human institutions, and spring from tbe
eternal Justice that is anterior to the State.
Two political theories divided tbe world: one
founded the commonwealth on tbe reason of
state, tne policy of expediency; the other on
tuv iiuiuuusuus priuciplea oi morula, tue
new Republic, as it took its place among tbe
powers of the world, proclaimed its faith in
the trnth and Teality and uncbantreableness
I 1 ,.lu I -- T. 1-
oi freedom, virtue and right, roe heart or
Jefferson in writing the Declaration, and of
Congress in adopting it, beat fot all humanity;
me assertion ot ngnt was maoe tor tne enure
world of mankind and all coming genera
tions, without any exception whatever; for
tne proposition wnicn admit ot exceptions .
can never be self-evident. As it was put
forth in the name of the ascendant people ol
that time, it was sure to make tbe circuit of
tbe world, passing every-where through the
I uwuv, uiuumiw ui tiuivur, null via whiu
i8ned nationi read that all men are
I . . ...
creaiea equal, stun out ui toeir .einargr, like
those who have been exiles from childhood.
when they suddenly hear the dimly remein-
oerea accents oi tneir motuer tongue.
University a. highly influential local eom
sound niittee and the Bishops of Chester aud Liv-
A CovPLkTi Split in fur English Arai-
oan Mission. The London correspondent of
the New. York Evening Poit observe:
' Your religious readers will be surprised to
learn that a complete split has occurred in
tki. i'ti',.i;.,i, ir.:..n " vir...-
-uu ..111... U.l 11. 11.1111 UIIUU, uuw I. .11
making to keen tbe particulars from the sacu
lar Journals, but the following facta have
leaked out: Ninety-three members of two En
glish Universities, including fifteen heads of
great nooses ana twelve learned protessors,
titty members of the London Committee, in
cluding the Bishop of London, the Archbishop
At I :nntorti,,cs- III. Anttim-tf im nf tlio Itnriltn
I nrnnnl r-nn.tiliitlnrr tlinmmntnranf tl,a mia-
I sion. have been stontlv rebelled ap-alnst. and
censured by a large body of the faithful and
I Dy gome conspicuousclergymen, who accuse
I ,!.- nrunn. Ani. n,r5.,.;.. i.- -..!... v....
of receiving much of the doctrine of the
unprotestant doctrines of the Church, of
Rome." Considerable excitement prevails
upon the subject in religious circles, hut tbe
exact nature of the revelations made by the
complaining parties has not yet got into the
A Navigable Balloon in Paris. A uavi
I KHUIv UttllUUUi aVUV A rMff, UlU
ntea txmmiea in runs, at tue xaibit.oa
Palace, and was lately taken to the court
yard of the Tuileries to be shown to the
Emperor. His Majesty, leading the Prince
Imperial by the hand, inspected (the apparatus.
while the Empress examined it from one of
the windows. The balloon, wbich is some
what in the form of a whale, is provided
with middle-wheels, worked by a small en
gine, and made to act in' any direction by
means of a rudder placed at one of tbe
extremities. The whole, was kept cap
tive at a bight of some yards, and executed
different maneuvers, among which were a
circle and a stoppage before the window of
tbe Empress. The Emueror witnessed the
experiments with much Interest, and ad
dressed numerous question to tne inventor.
TUE xEOlQREI Or THE WINNER OP THE
Derby. It is said that "Thormanby," the
winner of the Derby, is indirectly descended
from the celebrated Arabian sire brought over
IT....' , - i- friT j;
o iiuiiiugnam a lew year ago. in peui
gree of the famous Arabian is still preserved.
and may be thus translated :
"In tbe name of God. the Merclfull Tbe
cause ot the present writing is, tbat we wit
neas tbat the horse 1 Dervish,' of Mohammed
Bey, ia tut nrst oreea oi aeagee horses, whose
mother is me gray mare 'rJadtiathe famous.
and whose father is the bay horse ''Dab-
rouge,' of tbe borset of ijenlululed. We tes
tify ou our conscience and fortune, that he is
of the breed concerning wbich the Prophet
has said, 'The true runners, when they run.
avnao nrwi vuoy grami, uruepjruv unui uie
day of judgment.' ' We have testified what is
known, aud God know we are true wit.
nessee." - ,
. , , "aas i
Repulsive Fobob or the 8cn. M. Fave.
of the Obesi valory of Pari, in a dissertation
on ine repnisive force ot tne nn. attnoutes
to it me consiaeraoie acceleration in the mo
tion of Sucke' comet, and add that there
is an acceleration in the motion of the earth.
aeaucta irom ancient eclipse, which ia
aue w me came cause.
Oil Work Destroyed bt Flag. The oil
and pump-houae of Gen. Earn' oil works.
in Wirt County, Ta., at the Burning Springs,
oil. . . i. '. . . . n r. ,-i
I caughi nre on i hUTsday night last and were
n"1 destroyed, with about two hundred
I ' " VI
barr1 f 0,V ?
Nothing wa laved but the
engine. ' " 1
iai " :
Rivnnt 1 a TYtae. aw' ,v WiastuneAU -iL A
disease resemblingcholera morbus, wbioh prei
in Washington city. D. C. in a virulent
fbnri, is attributed to- the fact 'tbat most
the-vegetable and fruits of th seasou have
aeen lorota oy m empiov mnt or aitrtou
sTunorat, ' ..
Explanation of the Recent Troubles in
Japan—The Latest Intelligence from
Japan—The Latest Intelligence from Kanagawa.
Here is an ettract from a nrivate letter to
a s-entleman In 'Hartford, Conn., from Rev.
8. R. Brown one Of the mlwionaries Of the
Reformed Dutch tburcn of Mew I or a, now
residing at Kanogawa,. who has been at
Kanatrawa witn nis mmnyana otner mem
bers of his party fbr sii or eight montbs past.
Ha writes from that pli
April 14, 1800: ,
"On the 26th of M
from that place tbu, ander date of
March, a mnrderous as
sault was made on the Prince Regent, as he
was proceeding. with Bis retinae from ms
own to the Emperor's palace. . , Several of the
Prince's men were cut down on the spot by
an attacking party or twenty-one men, ana
at a- a . i i. : 1 1 . J I:!,-
Vilff! Ul llIKir UWtV flUinuor Wfll
k u. D-inAL enMm r HUrrtt mr
fired into th Kefrent's norimor, and he wu
.Wounded, in'two places! but trot mortally. .
' In consequence of this affair, and af other
signs or conspiracy on tne part ot one tn rue
princes of the roykl blood, called the Prince
of Mito, Against tbe present government, oo
casioued by the recent change: in the foreign
policy of the 'country, the government has
reddubled its vigilance to put a stop to the
assassination of foreigners, as well as to pro
tect itoell against internal enemies. JLast
week I speut ten days at Jeddo, at Mr. Har
ris', bv bis invitation going up a his chap
lain, and when I . was there he bad a guard
of twenty Yakunyings, or armed officers, at
his house,.. Since the attack on the Regent,
bis guard has been doubled, as well as that
of all the foreign legations. Beside this, we
are honored here with . a guard at every
foreign house except one. ..
"The government has put np a guard-house
at our front gate, and keeps live Yakunylugs
there night and day. ttuen w go out at
any time we can have an armed officer to ac
company us if we choose. A ucw official
from Jeddo. with his suite, has paid na a
visit to-day- to see if, our defenses are all
. : I ' '
Taste or DirriRixt Katioxi ik Jiwilbt.
It is a curious and interesting fact, though
few. perhnps. are aware of it, that the tastes
of diu'erentoonuiries in regard to jewelry are
so entirely different that particnlar design
are required tor diuerent countries, for in
stance, in the case of the ornamentation on
the backs of watches, each country lias its
favorite style. For France the general style
is a small bouquet, or a shield with a tew
flowers, with a very narrow border; the
ground either straight barley or a fancy pat
tern of engine-turning. This is also the style
of Italy. For Oermemy, heavy ornnmenf
with utue engine-turning. The sussian
taste is corresponding, Intermixed with jew
elry aud enameling. The Spaniard likes
scriptural auQieeta. aiversinea witn nun-
ngnts. t urkey ana tne cut most admire
flowers, and the watch-caaea are in general
decorated both inside and outside with those
ornaments. Naval subject are the current
taste of the forth Americans, -sometimes
varied by gold-digging scenes. Mexico and
South America have also saints and Scriptural
jubjecta.iiotermixed, however, with buffalo
hunts and cock-fight at their standing deco
I' " Ofposed to the CiNs;uS.'-PweAilhy phv
vaiit I tlrinu. residing id PbiUdcltihl i. refhaed.
of) pther (Jar. to Mt rtb the oenstii, takr-ht
I Talus' of illl real esUita, aftj a suit, Undr Ui
Escapi op as Amirioah Slave to England.
A ship whicb arrived at Liverpool a few days
ago, had been about ten days out from the
port of departure, when it was discovered
mat mere was one more on ooara than bad
been bargained for. Stowed away in the
hold, a black man, tn escaped slave, had
managed to bide himself till he knew that
there was no fear of the captain taking back
the ship to put him on shore. When the ship
arrived in Liverpool, the man was still re
tained on board, and some of the passengers,
including a clergymau, fearing that the cap
tain, to avoid tne penalty to wnrca man ten oi
TttMcla are subject for hnnuinr home aeoapad
slaves, would take the mau back witb bim,
applied to the police. Superintendent Kehoe
at once accompanied the passengers to the
omce ox me owners, wno, witnoui ine least
hesitation, gave an order for the man' re
lease, which wag comolled with. The cantain
would be liable to heavy penalties: if the
transaction were known iu the States, and we
therttore purposely withhold the nam of the
ship and tbe port from whence she came.
A Couraoioos GritL Saves Two Lives.
On the night of tbe 18th inst., Miss Moore,
tue aaugnter oi tne keeper of tue light
house on Fairweather Island, just I below
Bridgeport, uonn., heard cries tor help at a
distance from the shore, and determined that
an effort should be made to rescue whomever
it might be. It was too dark to tell the di
rection or tbe distance, but summoning two
young men to her aid She lanched the boat
belonging to the light-house and ordered
them to pull out in the direction of the crice,
she herself holding the tiller. About two
miles out in the Sound they found a sail
boat capsized and clinging to it two men,
wno were nearly exnausteo. una ot mem
was entirely helpless, but both were finally
rescuea irom aeatn oy ine courage oi wis
orave gin and Drought saieiy to snore. .
RlMAAKAtLE SfhlNO IN VIRGINIA. In
Greene County, Va., there is a remarkable
natural curiosity, known aa the Tidal Spring.
The water issues out of theajrouud in a bold
,treajn eufficielltly strong lb turn
Brl8rmill an(1 it contirfuos to flow f
-n a small
r for fifteen
or twenty minutes, when tbe water ceases to
run, and in two minutes' time not a solitary
dron of water is visible. In the course of an
hour or two the water commences flowing
again, and flow twenty or thirty minutes,
wnen ii again ceases, in wet weatner u
flows everv honr. and in drv weather it flows
about seven or eight times every twenty-four
Loss by the Abrasion or Com. The
amount of annual loss by abrasion of coin
stated to be three-fourths of a million
dollars calculating the bullion of tbe coun
try to he $250,000,000. Tbe chief remedy on
this point is to make the coin thicker, and to
change the figures. All coins lose most abra
sion the first year, and those of larger denom
ination lose more man tbose or smaller, oy
reason of greater exposure of surface. The
loss in this way annually upon English coin
ia a 1 to 20j upon American coin as 1 to 200.
Pecuniary SyiiPAtBY with tb" Benicia.
Boy. The following noblemen and gentle
men, says Den t Xiie, nave put aown tneir
names for subscriptions for a testimonial for
John 0. Heenan: Marquis of Anglesey, 10;
T ..l DA--m..k. fin. T .-1 rnv
i.nrA A 'Pr.r itv t'nJni... ti'l.nrA
Coortenay, 10: Blr li. Newman. lf Mr,
Merry, 26j Mr. Ten Brooch 10; Col Hig
wins,5. ' , " ' J ""', , "'
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I A' BsHyiMENTAL',ADTHO AT HOKE.
New Have correspondent' of the Boston
Trantcrivt says: " 'Ik "MarVer fives in tbe
suburbs, and farm with lngtorionl eaaa hi
small plat of land. It would appear thai hi
early ambition fbr literary distinction has.
a a-rear measure, aira out. ai lenaL. us ikjw
rests noon his laurels, and1 hit much-talked-
or Mutorg of Wentee Sleerfs in bn qwn ar
chivea."- " ' ' - ' " ' - " I "
. . j .. .I.-J a i ii asaw , ' (
' A Laroe Fisb or Stort. We find tit itnV
lorwiBfr in th Nw B aven (Conn.) Jonrnai
i ' . - . .-
I baturdHV last, oneer the men-employed
I th flwtort of the Pia.it's Manuftioturlug Co!,'
in Plainville: while fishing in the pond oon
nected with theT"wgxkA, cught a piekare-
wnicn measurea, meniy-ecven jee. leugia
imw nas ueen commencea e.gaiui niui u
avows hi determinatioh to defand It, 1
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Wit OF FEU TO TKI TITR
Whtwab-r WlUun Hevalna llavhinn. with im-
BOTtant iniTiiiintfj, and to mt lh demand f T
tovv-priofva rain 117 an tvciiiu, nnv iniriuuu ,
iiEw BTvLE. wivrtTiia-tiDon ih ine ortnciplo, nd
making the atame stit h. tbimuh Dv4 ao l)bljr ta
Uhed, It KlFTT-riVI b'LtAH8.
Theeletfunoe. Npeed. n.taMittnM an almvtlcltr ol
the Mac bints, the beauty and -trenth uf titch, ba
luaf lik on both a 1 iraa, impo-ttib rt... and
lvlnc uo chain or ridge u the under aide, tbe
eoonirmyor thrend and aiiaptabfllty to the tbiokt-t
or thianefit fabric, haa rendurHd thta the Dit enc-
OMiiful and popular launuy ttowiuf wacnme now
A t onr 1
r varione offloen we eetl at Kew Torh prlcM,
1 Inatructlontl, of charges to ennulo pur-
and eiTe I
mart eenTue, netu, leu, gutu
gntlaer, bind and tuck, all on the earn machine, aud
war-ram pt (lire 'wre, .
Bend or 011 u.r a circular ooniainms run pamcu-
lanh pncee, lliitoBiaia, to. . A
Na. SEWING MACHINE ,
IT It WEI.fi UNDERSTOOD BY ll A.NC.
FACTl HKUa and all ihuaaaao uae Siuger's Ms
Chines, that Iher nil do
GREATER VARIETY OF WORK,
' ' -; WILL DO MORE WORK. IND
WILL DO IT IN BETTER STTLI
Than can ba dona on any other Ua,Hiina BiriO-
IB' FAMILY MACHINES, 53 and tn.
atarcinelanatl OfBaa, Mo. 8 East F urtb-rtrrat,
aianay J A3. SKAIt HON, ssret.
KE L. EY'S
. Impi'oved Double-threaded
No. 7? West Fourth-street.
rrtnosK in want of a
J.TNO MACHINE ar l'Ited
to examine uuis
before parchaaing eleewhatw.
JOUVKT ate CO, A sent,
myS-em Nn. Wast Foarth. oprta'ra.
$30. $30. $30. $30, $30.
' Thinr-Dollar Double Look-amah
Family Sewing Machines
BECUIlKD BY BXCIVT LETTERS PATTST.
19 1MPHINB HAS BEEN PRO.
JL NOUiNCtD by alT competent Juclie.. oho lava
ee It, to ba the best and must desirable ranilly
Dewing inacnina aer in
troduced. acoaanLXaa or
rates, it win saw an aiuas or mmuy g..ia..
the very thickest to tbe very finest tabilcs aaaaa,an4
aaes an Kiuus 01 tnraeu. rrom no. a to aw, .
'o Oil ia assd aw (on a las Afoot ne.
Bend for a circular, or call and sea It In operation.
Upon early application, State and Oouaty rights aw
An energetic parson oaa make a fortune In a abort
time. Ageuta wanted In all unsold Territory.
II. C. BURTMAS.
Bole and axclaslTe agent Cur the Culled States,
aepl.-t M WeA fourth -straet, Cinolnaatl.
Don't Head This I
i . i
fpHK MOST WONDERFUL DISOOV
XItT OT THE AGE. Dr. CALVIN, fi-rmerlr
of London and Ba4ttmn lluepttali, when he haa
bad many rear' practice to tte treHtment uf ve
nereal dlateaaea, bat m re recently of MdxIoo, where
vuch dliMimiree are to be found In their rank eat form.
During hla practice there. In otinntmttun with Dr.
Dun AN 1 ON to DE LACBVALLUB, on of tha
muct eminent phriiclan. In Mm leu and Spain, they
diflco-ered a remedy tn one nf the Kextcaa plant,
and found only iu Southern Mexico, that rannvw, aa
il bt magic, all the vene eal taint IV" m th try 'tern,
iti the primary or eecondarr foim. ByphiUi. In the
wtirertatage, permanently ciittHl in a very ohurt tlm,
And the ayitem thoruughly c learned and pure, a
' it had never been eoDtamlnatd by that wu et uf
IU dieeaeea, Bypfailia. ftcrufula, Lepruey and aQ
indeof curruptiun uf the bl"od and dietuteee uf the
akin removed permanently and quickly by title pow
erful agent and aidr of nature, " Mexican fcpoollio."
No one need be reduced to a thole ton, and aufler the
torture, uf the i.ijuinttiun, and robbd of hie laat
dollar, aud till not cured. Dr. Calvin alao heali all
kltide nf chrunle dlMaaea with great auectju. Me
icine only to pay fr, aa all dieea-ee are treated free
oi cnarge, exocpt uy epeotai eoniract rerau. at a
distance can be treated by sending correct state
ment, of their caeee by letter, and ten cent in
wtavge Htanipe. call on or naa re ir iauhn,
A.! Vine-street, between Fifth aud frxrh-atreets
Cincinnati, Ohio. Now is the ti iae to-mucru w may
be tun late.
The Doutorhas located permanently im the oity,
and can at all times t fuund at his olhce, ,
tBeua tor circular.
No. 203 Vlne-street
JCHT RECEIVED PER (STEAMER
73,OOU feet Tennasaa Baa VMar, aa for sale
at very low prices.
Q.UHQ uadar rsnna roata) , , . '
i, 000 Liust Fence Po.ta :
40,000 Feet Feuolng Brdl
Orilrnfur Cedar Boarda. JolsU. Posts. Floorlna.
Aa , filled at short notice
Ion .nun ft. teas'd IH and 1 in. 1st cm Pins Lumbar:
loo.ixirt. aeaa'd I, H, lauds In. clear do. do.;
Iiu.uio ft, secoud anu third summon do. do. 1
oou.CMi ft. Pine, Poplar, Oak aud Bemliaik julsu and
Alt well seasoned, and will be sold low for cash, or
ou abort lima, to make room fur new .lock, by
. Thoa. W. -Farrin & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Lumber Dealers
' sar Tar4 on Freeman-street "opaostt
nd aaxt lu 0.. II. aud 1). B. U. D- put.
Bt. II. Ceoku
A. ifl. Cewk.
,, M. H. COOK &
GREAT WESTEILV PUKIKO MILL
BITWIXN flFTU AMD elXTa-ATKKSTS, UIJU
J1N1S ATI, OHIO
-l.?0XJS?.PNCE OF HAVTVO EN.
m. iisVAiii aoaoauned bunding in
turned uur atteuttn to Drxnarina Hbull
the eitv. and
of every deaorietiou. w m aafulv aa that
perieuoe in the biMiiierm ami pur tac-llttie- enable ui
lu etltr Inducetneutit to huf'tdere in tbe city aud at a
diatanos uiisurpaaweiJ. if tvViiletl, bf aAy timber ilmie
We alao Biaaufaotur Veiteers eaH aeearlptlums.
and ktwpon hzad au svMMrtttiri4t
CDU41. TTsUONIVMUtl VI
r Pictureeand Limiting
alnat aod Oak Veuere. AUo, Pine BsakJuf-
Pi 8. -Wa Ktl.ti liAAtl rKfvsii fortT thtra-taBd BMt of
Bad ('-edax. oi flue yuaiitj, mhiob wa oaa e.tl at a
lees price tban It oae evar neq euta mr in tbia
..,, rH-, ' riirt'mr
O. W. iBO WIaER, PiF
ti v ir ' in '! i -'f f il U
"VTaataayl -iavaT-y SurcKXAt
rj)KftFBa.oR Irt THE TETBRINAHY
JL LutLAiilC 0T (Ikl- iSt ilibia, No. ii
, batwaa Main aud walaat, Clnomaatl.
W. a. 4aiJwta. '"-i iM-i'i in,, i m i. aiumu
. . , BALDWIH BALPWIN, '
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