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innMAMHOTH SCHOOL FESTlVAt,
11 1 K'f-i OPE XtA. . HOUP IC.
j..TJinrgday. Evening, June 28,
, , , . , C 0 K R I, I M E INTRA tl Y
MUSICAL TEACHER Or THE DISTRICT AND INTER
, BEDUTf SCHOOLS Of CINCINNATI. ,
It will hn iwn br the communication behrlr that
M s6n Sl .!l"7J "",""", J tendered io Mr.
... If 1 r"n"r KtBlbltluB til, DM
... .7 ,V . T . . pnnnwi to tub ulti.
.? Compiimentarr TestimonlaL..,
, ,- . t"...T -'
.!! (..m-wh " Cikoikrati. Jane 11. IhMj
Puonaion h. W. Uaio-Di!Ak 8i: The liider
filmed holleTe tbat, o much JtorMt haa been
' ( ranylnir Mrtbm .glcal rojreaenttloo with which
ou lTorA th. pablic on Krl.lay erenlngj la.,.
that ve bel.pvo we. are bat axtirawiaaanwnSJt .nJ
u r ffi'ietal inlw la .eliciting t J(mt hMde a
. . 'uimuiQi. wa imii, ibera-
Veri raiDoctrulW. c.
R. T. Bishop, Jiev. Xlnmton aodiard,
Geo. W. DaTlai,
B. linniarii., jj
. C Dftvtnii.'
v . uiioenp,
T . t-Uloa'iff, -t
. fltniKKlwIn, ' -
J. h. Vattler,
T' tlbal, I.foadlck,
B. K. Brown,
' v Charlee Rom,
. T. J. Weaver,
T. J. Baldemin.
. P. Rniloy,
. J. Or Bl'tamn,- i
W. II. Olbaon, - '
John Ellin, ..
'. J. T. St. Carmv
, , Oeo. J. Clark,
N. L. Bernard,
, War F. Irwin, .
i 1 oho H. AydaloM,
H. M. Pornet,
T. K. Poaiie,
II. L. Wiaantf, .
M. W. Stone,
Wm. Iianar. t. JJ
C. f. Bradley.
CrwrinaATl, Jnna U, J9M.
Hot). R. M
pienur, ova a. f3T0aa, littrva 1
limmi ! Yu faror, cantainl
. uueet for til, nprodnctlu nt the floral Concert
;l litft rrinarlevaQinil. le recelted. That a dee I re ao
unnf HtunMim ai4i reifarue 01 my menda or tba
rieiidn of publ'cachoole In ;iuclnnati. .. .. I
.raT.Ajl to th repaodbetloIoV tba entertainment,
ba be meat happy accede to your requeet, aid I
. ..'JW ao&.noa it wth ew- leauirei tteret
,:.Uaw tiractlTO.'l It will.'Sowaver, be einlnVaily
proper that It ahould sccua at or aa nearly aa loa.
Hbfa ;t roltHluaof tie public .ohooU, to take
X" iVtJf.'L'"A Thnrefore, I ahall be h.ppT to
'.,?tm THtiK8bASVBSINb, Juno 3S, 18661 at
I'lke'i Opera-houea. t, j.7l
I am, enHehiuu,.wlthIilfhraril, I
. ;. oTJ , .Vary truly ywirey i. W. MABOlt.
IT f?r fuU daicriptlon of tha arenint'i tuLr.
"lument.aee programme! of the day, .. jei
me sr. pet
a. Xhe third gran
thfl Ltrnllalia. giirmmanrr.An ika VnliDTtt t I
V iH.L V fcirBow OieT... ; iick.ta. l: axUaAtina
K gentleman and lady. Care will lea'e the 0. jr. I
Arrangemente of the above Picnic dp hereby notify
t nil UuiKir vonderatliat the eali
will poiltlveSy b prohibited
ttio .Immediate vloipity. Pe
on tha around, or I
a the ground
rwaune iiirrioaing up
mna Infrlnalna .. .w.
ine acuon oi tue uommttloe win eubject themaelfca
lo tha rink of having their liiiuora destroyed, and
t.iamaslvaa debarrad a-an any pnrtlcipatton lu tha
. luativltlue of tuatitay,
KKKBH AN, Chairman,
. .,Y,., -r.
iblrTi J J reapecmiliy announce o ,1
'vl.ll Bivae Social Plculcaaatated above.' , I
Ttieoominodti'us and splendid BUamr MABti hu
r rP r r 'Wf-wni mWl will lea tlie
rkK? h necMiJaqdiugB, Bite will procMd to
..w venuti I Ul BlU'ti, ley BU HMD tflllQJI UDine FIT Of,
j itat ,HAWAars f-tt HatrliMm;i;. UromU.B. p.
Ueuga.-J, Gardner, J. Yuk-or, J. Pefersou. E. Haaen.
.i. Bmith, M. BromeU, H. A. Hamilton, II. Boiler,
H'",inS"' fKiihlman. T. WnoVj ytZt. Skill'
liian, t. lTolligL J. Theobald, B. bUwnar, V. Whor
lev. A. Anachulta. U. Ziuler. A. v.ttAAn i
ICKKT3 ONB DOLtAlt. . I
,; Wm. SIuDonald'a, QuadrUla Band U anga
TM-OTICE.TBB NATIONAL THEATER
"UW.1W 'v h ummer mion, iir ihe
Parformancaa. ItaliiaB. Oarauan or rturi!.i..
i c. , Ac, aud paut uebadon raaaonable term,,
H..ua v. " v.-.. llUl.iB. .1.1)11 in
..i . a,,., . J..,. : ..JMUM.OATKIi,:
JOUK J(IATSIi,, )l
7 - Tfaiiorjai Trmatnr lluild n.
ILllfl II. K 11. 1 l.u.l . .U U.UIl. A W I I
1 o'clock P. M., to carry. nernona to. tba ironed,
Mentor'a Cornet and String B.ndA of Music are An- I
. uuacd (nr tbe occaalan. f T i . t.'. i l. 1 I
Notice to Liouhh VKXDtaa. Tha CommltteeJ of I
?"LL P?,wl,rn" K"'"?-:-, "3
ii-uftion -coiu-wtr ft
namiAeuerV ir f l v ;
h than anytbVW in
Y4 wttt Mil ktwar Ibr cmih thaf, kti
U city a Pianos and Maloduona tun3l and repulredi
Plane, to lot atfroi iAA Ilf iVi.K
. a. r.-;.i" ' a 1 . . ' .1 :: " n T- Z r -a-r-r
ar.p wnitt lawnruaonia Btmj aa luatiiAmaufci am
ill Miff rid
l)tot buy ni runt
it a I'lauo uiitU you Lava called and as-. I
aaiaMAuJ Urn I A
"K.M " v---r u .-. lir a - m
JTtll-ro NEITHER WOOD, COAL.CHAR.
Trpiqkn No Dirt, No Heat!
'J udlaoommode the operator. The beat and moat
yooouauoal davaaar rranaoaMut axtaut. l lu 'pnaj-
OUT OP THE wiLnERTcnrres
- ( at ipariitio ayoty iL, at It A.
ja ., !.. A., weav
INT County Ruthle for aale. a it II ' II n ' jel-ca
.y t HirrflT
I I .'Ail I
I'M m. VV.' Vj.'
Tln-i)la)e and ShecUrpn Worker
Av.ii.vfc .... ,
u 3rJiX-'3ijafcArr,'r titit.
lOHITHI III at" ! i-'.'X.f I
4 OKNT F(lt HTEWATft"! AfH-TlOHTi
-v. uiiimnr and vviutur lAiokiiig-auivo. aiiii aiivot
. I r (."arter'a FUuirlng Urdrant. arlveia It low Iwami
uioperataon, ' ii..'..iu'i j..
It'tgyy rrT? ij
J yo rlaty of lluliKhi'ld.Oouda, au:h s fcilea, 80-,
We, -iwy t:Kuiir, Dlvuna. Carpvta. 1 'iiltei'n4,
vrioea: Oilcloth, any tfldtll to hrr ynlaf Stiivel,
I. ilh cooklna au't haail'iii: all kiudaof OiO ie lurul-
1 ire. DaaUa. ycc.ih
lwlri. rcc.ita, unite JaOPee. iron onira,
. Inn, iim-l"vcte Ohalre,
; -AUo, Btoro siaiu
11 n iniii,i'UiiMir 01
M....unuir Slialylpg, ftliuafsaaasi r M rJ
tin, Ac, BillUr4 AHblua DHut intauw. .VMiUkai
rvorybcdVi tbe doona'now. i r,ia,il'J"
a.U II HI" 1 ' I ' ' '-aa " 11
'MI'ofri.I.IA!W. rHTBtl, HO." H -HBT.
ivua (i fiftli, and i;t unil i Biuu ipuu-airaoi, ue- I to
' -M 1 aa.a IHoln .nil Hvolli-Ara. rl MM Kt all tl itlUB OU miltl I I
. Il.l ' ' 11 ill. . - . &
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I . VIII III rUll lJyf I
'I I UUl ill, kilt I
JUNE 28. I860.
MUSICAL. RAILWAY MATTERS.
i.mu aium-tT auaataa laiter that 01 tr tlma 1
.uw aw . .ana u r. uoiamkaiAs.
amaaaiHn , r. A. ADU Aoflommodatiotl.
jiamimw ana Dattov (7 ainataa
fcetw Uu. city tlma,) A. M, T.30 A. M 3t30
w TV . awmiKOB Aeoommodatlos, 8 A.
- oiuv r. ax.
t -flaPI ABB VlniuMaill .1 . .. .
- t -i ' . u. . a w inan
,v.7 nma.i rlta-&. . u. .193 f . J IiOttlaTlll.
cinme4atloa, S F. M. i V 1 , ' i '
"".l-JUl AND VINOIMNATf 8S0RT-L11H H
ilntitM llowar tbaaOltrtim., 9i40 A. M., MM
A. K. and P. M . ,
vij nma,j ana A. a. and3i30 p. m. .
Uotimoto ajib Laxmeroa lOltf time, Bi4S A
M.andil.aBP. M. ; " , ,
CincmaATi, RicaaoKD aid ImuuroLia ft a:
' . . IlAUti AERIVB. . ,.
. liimi MtAtn'SiSO A. ., 8 A. M ., Hi04 A. M.
Oaio AxcMiMualrri-ridO A. It., 19.98 P,
and eiS9 P. M. 1
-vummm, haiiu.to tin Dattdk Ti43 4. M.
xvtv a. a., l r. m., 0i30 P. at., Ti3S P. M. aaa
vtaa at. ,
A NDIAjiAFOLIB AND UiaOIRIIATl IOiIS A. M
n a. anai!i r. M. 1
tfABimi, ab CinniUTiti3'A A.' tt
OoTiwayraw Attn T.aaiaavfMi.1ll.Q A
1 aj and
d.os p. m; .
ClHOlKKATI, KlOWalOltD ADD IttDIAHAroLM tl4
. ..ir.,, 0i30r, H. , , , , ,i
Tbe number of deathi in Brooklyn, N. Y.
W. Tf OCa. WHO OlJitJ LLirQV.
Two Chicago city detectives are in prison
iua acuug m ruuaera vj uouies ox ywamt,
About J. 000 honiea wan in conraa of Ann.
traction at Memphis, Tenn at last accounts.
Bid Nebuchadnezzar go to grass in the W
day of nil youth?
A clear oonsoience is some times sold for
money, dm never oougnt wits it.
Politeness is the just medium between cer-
emoay ana Tutreness.
Why is a kiss like some sermons? Be
cause there are two heads and one applica.
fhe'rt art two kinds of family iars; into
one you put your sweetmeats, and into tbe
moor jour loot. , .. . , t , , i
.mndman, of Arkansas, bet $100 to $1,000
at Baltimore that Douglas wonld not get one
At lonndBville VfiL. last Snnrlav. Aluv
Lowe was shot and d&nfferouilv wnnnrlad hv
Pk..u. n...-i.. ifL. . ,i J
vuuioiyuuguw, luo iiuier was arresiea
Two liberateiP slkvea ' 'arrived' lit ttoinn
from Uoblle, lauly, with a check from their
ownerof $100 to start with. -
A wealthy printer has been discovered in
inaia. ine uritisn zoological Society are
uuutiog preparations arco nito, f rT
-The Pope has sent a sum 6f 2,000 francs to
the subscription which has been opened for
M'll Trochu, descendant of Racine.
-The fourth volume of the correspondence
of Napoleon I, published by the order of the
present Emperor haa just appeared t Paris.
A yountf -lady of New Ybrki' not Miss
juooue, A ta., la me autnoress ot the
HfaXarolinfe fi.Cansn. of Stmtirhton. Mua.
Y recently rrom rupturing a Olooa vessel,
tuaucea oy irign. at a lerocious aog.
Alexander Dumas is continuing his famous
yacht voyage. After leaving Marseilles, he
proceeded to Nice to visit Alphonse Karr. ;
ti ti.i' v..t .1. .i '. .1 LJ
iuia auai. worm.) uie .wem uim
thirtyn., deaths- doreue
yt weniy-iune irom tot previous weeK.
The truarantee fund for the International
Bxbibition in England, 1862, now reaches
f 1,036,000. - '
An ox killed upon the poor farm at Tiver
ton, R. I last week, was found to be a gen-
u.uv Mtovj vt iuv.Juau,iuuua. .
"'A -lady' on long' Island challenges an1
young man under twenty-one to a foot-ract
and seems to entertain no fear of defeat.
All. the British troop) now7 doing duty in
India and China are being furnished with
cholera belts, to be worn next (th slyn. i
The New Yorkers are showing their appre
ciation or the Japanese br picking thei,
..The Burch divorce ease of Chicago is to be
tried at Napierville, Du Page County, in No
TeuavoT aext. i-.i.-. i-.u.a .i.' ....... j
- ..; . -r ' I . '
William Smith O'Brien and his eldest son
have lately returned to Dublin from a tour
through Bpaiu and Portugal.. v. ;. .; - i j
Rev. Mr. Harden, now under aentenae nf
death at Belvidere, N. J., for poisoning his
wife, has made a written confession. ,
XMbnd. ir.r eilito of ttiii Blua
i -a- cr Tai "T-
rvermowcan. rraniiBnea aL uninenna
Court-house, Va., died at that place a few
days since. .,r w j
StiulVchurchj Brooklyn, N. y!, corner
of Court and Congreas-streets, was struck
hr lirhinlnr Hnrin ill. 1
Yt eaaes(UT Aflernoon,
A-tMldft tfrftwldrerfl who left California
. .1 v. . a
9 WllieIl Ut,J4tOS, Ua SaAanHDfOlieO p
. , - r j - . . . . -
.'nilaJAAtl dj.iei.si on. atuLeukteAoaaaukk.
AtMiddleburv. VCTlhev are suffering from
. ,t r. ti . i. . 1 - .
o drinking "puTjiweg, fruiUis cht en,-rld
grass is out of the question.
The.ifotlW Alol oeBtaies a naif column
of persons contributing to the Prince of
Wales Recention Fund. The total foots un
$17 235 - 1 '
'The Japanese aVe so thoroughly iick of
sight-seeing and being gazed at, that' they
have announced their determination not to
btre-NtViXork unlU 'they sail for borja.l i
Mrs. Eliza Lumpkins, respeeiableVonian
of Fort Dodge, Iowa, committed suicide by
hanging fjeprwU, ft w days: igo sriulat; iii
port in regard to the contemplated marriage
between the Prince of-Wales with a Princess
Prussia, is a boas.
Mitaissiplii, to. making speeches I in NuvUr.
leans in favor of Gen. Houstouoa; rtt
'.ideut. t . " .
regiott WKjoaats of toe young top r itwor-
ablet iuautoa sections the drantrht continued
Gordon Rountreet residlnar In Gates Cbfiitt.
'Vflr. -hfla liifh a XiantitTuan wifA that lia fnana
several attempts to destroy himself last week
escape iron atr persecutions. : :
corning some unsettled aocounti,
111., was fatally shot there, the other, day,
in'itt' affray -with Charles. B. Carroll icon.
HoHiif ! WU&M fcmlnlaat'BanVW'fct0!
kgara JPalla, Is alot to issue bills of the de
jjomlnatlons ofU and tS. - Ttiay wuibav
hpott tusm TMrtrtitSof Ganefal fwr jdf t
Ptrrtw MdlMktof wMaiiK...,)A, l.i . i
' . ""J .S "1 ,1) - "' I ll . I
.l.-Jlmvi aaa H StAk k.uili liu. bi ''a'1
VARIETIES. Destructive Tornado and Hailstorm in
On Tanadar kvanln. m ui.,.ni:.. ...1
of bail and wind burst over a oortion of Lan
cMver Jaunty, renn, carrying destructicih
l va .lie w A a . a ' t i-i
ia C"w Dpnnga, lonrmlln
south of Mu Joy, bailstoaes three inches in
circumference, covered the ground to .the
urpjn or several jncbes,' which cnt tbe corn
and tobacco crop to pieces, and beat down
IkI? J iii r'0l1J o"4' A ,arlrey HiU,
.... .a.! o- mrj aounatnt;- Al alt. Joy
many of the windows were broken, and much
dtnt done to garden At Mountville, the
trees were stripped of their foliage, and the
ere rose and overflowed its banks, and
about fifteen tuns of dried hay, in the mca
of L. 8. Garber, were swept away. At
owe ntiroor, the wind seemed try lift .the
whole body of water from the creek, and with
it, . large -euwitity- ef lumber, which Was
E?" lck "t "dverse current of wind.
The storm next struck the iflands in the
Susquehanna, leveling a twrstory frame
house and havn K.lnn rTr.w n C--.U... a nn .
the occupants of the house sated their lives
oj iaing retuge tn the cellar. William Wil
iiauiaua cauflrnc noia or a trae whan ha
hegust coming, but the- tree -ws Uprooted
" ot.u bdooi one nnnarea yards, with
the maa elinging to it. He fortunately es
caped with a (kw bruises. ' John Campbell
was blown into tbe river, but was saved bv
clinging to a piece of drift-wood, The crops
and the low . there, alone will reach rrom
$1,200 to $1,500. The crops between Millers
Hlle ad Salk Barber were badly hurt, be-
,ui vviuiiouiijr p-atra aown ana cue up.
The average width of the tnrnarln Hirl not
exceed three-fourths of a mile, and will lone
- igmomwraa m auaa region or country.
No estimate Of the ao-crrao-ata Inaa hu .a ....
.1.J -a " . " ,
vwvaa a.1 l.U . a. a- . f
Ladies' Fashions in New York.
The New York correspondent of the New
Orleans Delia observes.
About mantles, the last Parisian fashion
or caprice of trimminor black with vlnlat hu
iicarea among us upon persons of taste,
wuua, aa usual, uio .aea.nas oeen caught up
and abused by others who originate such
shocking, heabne sue treitionn. uhlanV harao
mantles trimmed with scarlet. The black
silk pardeasns, ornamented with a box plait-
a ui uoiiiinvo uac, nas a very pretty eitect,
particnlarly when other portions of their at
tire correspond. Mantles in white bereee are
Wavv aifairvl.. Mai " ' . . , "
j """k'u ""i ciTjgam. veivei is worn
.ii t ciiniihiviiiT in u-imminta .11 -u
light or heavy.
rngiwn are very elaborate this season;
those in silk are invariably open to show the
rumen ar emoroiaerea ana tnrknri skirt- th
are trimmed, generally, at tbe sides with
knots of ribbon--but fo vrj- warm weather,
those of fine white muslin or cambric are
preierreo, embroidered with worsted braid.
ana tiea wim a Broad ribbon .aaaii tn nAi-ra-
spona. 1 ne casaq ues ot black silk fitting tbe
lorm, and very long in the skirt, are very
fashionable, until the heat hrintra forth h
black lace mantilla, or barege and grenadine
shawls, to take their place. In ball dresses,
tarletane robes seem to be universal favorites,
of seven or nine tolantt graduated; in double
skirts, bouiUotutf pr three or four skirts
puffed and 'looped up with daisy garlands
or strings of pearls. For coiffures, we
uoTa, eve a iiiatiar 01 course, Japanese nets,
which are Oriental -lookinar affair, mail, h?
uiava cueniiie ana goiaen oeaas, with cords
auu uiaaeiaDi omen ana goio
Rakitt op Uim ot BtraiKiss. Rare almost
as great poets rarer perhans. than veritable
saints and martyrs -ere consummate men of
uuaiuBiw. a man u ne excellent in mis way,
most not only be variously gifted, but bis
gifts should be nicely proportioned to one
another, tie must have, id a- high degree,
that virtue which men have always found the
least .uleasant of virtues nrudmu-a. TTia
prudence, however, will-not be merely of la
vWllluilBHU IfUlSroUb DIUDr, UUI (UBT. WHICH,
beiu-r everv a'tivnlv aniTRo-Arl. la mnr fiilv
Called discretion than nrudsnoe. Such a
man must have an almost ienominous love of
details, oienuea tana this is a rare combina
tion) with a hi.ru oower of imacrination. en
abling him to look along : extended lines of
possime action, and put Uieeo details in their
ngni piaces. ne requires a great Knowledge
Of Character, with that exauiaita tact .-whicii
feels unerringly the right moment when to
act. -A discreet rapidity tuust pervade all
the movements of his thought and' action.
He must be singularly ftoe from vanity; and
is generally found to lie an enthusiast; who
has the art to conceal his enthusiasm.-f
JU&lp(k, .i ' -t ! '..', 1. i.u.;
TBS jAPitKBI Preparino to Go ' Hone
The Japanese are preparing to leave for home.
Part of their luetrasi has already been nlaced
on board of the Aioya-o. which will be ready
to sail-ttbotit the 1st of July, arjoTby the last
of September set the Embassy down safely
at Jeddo. Per cabins ,bave beeo fitted up
with 'Oriental splendor fcr the accommeda.
01 ine i-mrjassaaors ana their retiuue.
A IiABoa Reward OrrciiD oa UnRnan-
rs. the brothers of 11. A. Deloach and
Charles S. Hervey, lately murdered, as we
have mentioned, in Austin Countv. Taiaa.
have offered a reward of $3,000 for the ap
preaeiisioB me muraerers. - in aaaitioa to
this, the Governor of State offers 1.000; anrl
subscription by citizens wll teach, $2,500
n an co.ouv: Ann Dienvna vara uurrtmni
it .wUl be-remembered, had their throats cut
camping out. r ;.. ' '',.,' ,;, ,, , .,
fthgene Fepe, sentenced to be .hung jn-New
Orleans for the murder of a coffee-house
xeaperrvit&whrcih HadhadsAnSti difficulty,
committed suicide in tbe parish prison of
that city by taking- strychnine on Wednesrlav
nieba .,Pepe hfd long cbniemplated sutcldfe,
iindg ceboealed a paper-of -poison inside
the lining or his shoe-for more than four
WoeKl lie waaa atluafNaw(r nana and
oniy iwenty-nre years oi age.
A: Brovi DowdTj by' a- Una: ThA Tn.
led(r.X fqirfe says that tfsttaian. In trying
Btbp a dog figlif near tho canal in that city
was. thro wq iuLa tlie wat6,bjr a drunken
youngman named Ktllyl ftora which she was
wim aimcutry rescuea, ..tiejiy was then
tumbled in by the 'crowd, and kent in until
finally lank in the middle of the canal
fe4;wf d'PrT.'art. UT)' M t i n
Indiahs Axtaokimov AttiViiNaAisur Lt ptob.
wo A OklL-nia-VHyau.lndUkaA.naarla an
attacktipon Fort Defiance, in New Mexico, a
few days ago, and came very near taking it,
tbe ccrupantn not jjxpecliryj apy thing oj the
sort. (ForJunJUaly by sqmd mistnantLgement
the Indlaqs,, (heir presence wasdooyaMd.'
andafuf- fome nghtlng Jthery VereTepufteu7
no loss on neitner siae i reportea.
-Jl run AH1IWS TilLLIL WHILI KESIST-
ia Law. Ed. Curuet. who assansinated
Motor. Ntiuhbtirs. some UBi kiic. was hlnu
self killed by the Sherill's pout at, Belkaan,
Texas, a Aw days ana. . Heaitumatad to kill
Dennis Murphy, and when an eryort was made
ne resisud, and wa shot dead.
i-l. i it ami . wf
A .Maw eitoftm Hi, Wi' PJUoDBt-iWr.
Cain,, of lijouatoa, Texas, lately shot br,
IL Sataliay fet having beer.' improperly
intimate with, Mr. -Cain-while he was his
fanuljr uy?j!L?Mir''"' t
Sdkatob 6wd'i l'p3WflrnstH!
a conversation ' With Bottherfl polity
fian,' tteward is reported tp have saidh nie
body jn-Virgisua otibrad jO,okO reward rbf
my head, to given . to the Bouth, but lbs
Rapublicaa OonventiOB at Chiouro 'gave i(
w.ia. oi.U ltt,bu.lt.
The Person and Character of Dr.
the Great African Explorer.
An Eastern exchange gives this result of
an luiervMW; netween a, conttlbotor Jo the
auu mr. uraurieiie: I .. ,
'Dr. Livingstone," said his friend. Mr.
Gabrielle, "is most unprepossessing in ap-
iroai-auuei , AiiKie aooui mm maicatiDg the
man within. The unconquerable will alone
show itself in hia looks. There is his ambro
type hauging on tbe wall; that shows you
somewhat of the man; he sent it to me aftos
un lu-nvai in cngiana. juuge or him by it."
' The likeness to which my attention was
thus directed, was evidently that of a man
wboae wkU was stern; bnt the countenance
was very far from handsome.
Mr. Gabrielle proceoded: "His will was law
among nil Makalolo; any dispute, any con
tention, which arose woshushed by bis Voice,
Which was to them almost Omnipotent.. It
needed no second bidding to quiet their ont-
vuieui ui paaaiuQ. uroupea arouna mm, like
a family of dutiful children,' they bent itheir
necks to bis yoke as if he was a being of a
higher order. In fact it might almost be
said that he was an object of worship iwith
them. One- of tho beauties of Dr. Living
stone's character," said Mr. Gabrielle, j'wua
hisexoessive modesty I remember a strik
ing instance of this. He Was in my house
utsmijr m i l-o mourns Deiors i oecame aware
of the fact that One nf hie arm a v,i riia.hl.t
One day, at dinner, I observed an awkward
ness oi movement which led me to suspect
the truth. . I said, "Doctor,- what is the mat
ter with your arm it' seems lame?" His
reply was, it had sustained an injury while
he was in the interior. It needed a series of
questions on my part to draw from him the
ioc. mat ne naa haa an encounter with a lion,
and that the beast had crashed hii arm in iu
jaws. Had this adveuture happened to such
men as uordon Camming, it would have
been made tbe most of. I found it necessary,
afterward, to instruct my numerous visit
ors British naval officers and others in the
manner of drawing him put, and then Dr.
Livingstone would use the pronoun VFs in-
."Never." Mr. Gabrielle 'eon'ttnuarl. u
man better fitted for travel than I.ivinontnna
He possessed exactly the oualitlei nr minri
and heart necessary to carry out his great
"! His penecw Knowledge ot tlie
necnanna aiaiect was or inca cu ahla e alli
ance in exploring tlie interior of Southern
Africa. Besides this, he was an accomDlished
physician and surgeon. His knowledge, of
u uaiunu sciences was aiso oi great service
to him." ,
The encounter with ii (inn. fVnm whlr-h TV
Livingstone escaped with serious injury to
iiil arm, was one of many such incidents ol
uu evenum iiie, wnicn he stored up for the
amusement of his children," as he expressed
it. A circumstance which Mr. Gabrielle uar
ratedin tbe course Of our conversation, save
.Mli'tlAM.l e !.... r T ; . D
--......wuni yiwi iu.1 iv i . Aaivioirstone was
more a man of action (ban of words. He had
uever signified to othara that ha nm(..H
special skill in surgery; but one day, in Mr.
uraurieiie b nouse. ue, ouieuy oer ortnad a
most difficult surgical operation upon one of
me oiuaauuiuna. uv nuDDTiiff a arm tiimnp
This ffftve him a nrofflaaianal ranntatinn aih
tbe Faculty at Loando, as well as with the
men-of-war in tbe harbor.
Every one who has read Dr. Livingstone's
works must feel satisfied that deen-seated
religious feelings is tbe moving principle of
nn uie. a private bote which Mr. Gabrielle
bad recently received, and which I had tbe
pleasure of hearing read, was a striking Illus
tration of t'uia fact. .h. . i : .
Loando is chiefly interestinsr to me on ar-
oountofthe connection which Dr. Living
stone had with it. Even among the mongrel
Portuguese inhabitants I find that his name
is held in high esteem, and that he is regardtd
aa a great ana gooa man. i nis was jinex.
pected testimony to bis worth, for tbd Portn.
guese population of the Western Const has
but few redeeming characteristics. Yet, Dr.
Livingstone gained their esteem, as he did
that of tbe savages with whom he came in
Ludicrous Mistake at a Political Meeting.
The Baltimore corresnondent of tha Phila.
ueipuaiA -rreu says mat, at tne I aucey street
meeting on Monday night, this ludicrous
mistake occurred: - '-- j
. Thara anina Innil . ...11 nf .PAiniLan
n i .. ,
'Toombs."- Mr. Noons, editor of the Cambria
irsnn. lowirawser, who vasnnw by, mitt
took the sound, and wonderiua at hissnHrlan
and extensive nunularitv. thnuiht liaaiiaiMiL
edror. "Toombs,'' uroombs,''amidtheclamor.
was "Noons." "Noons." to his eur. With feeL.
iueb wnicn can oe lmsurineri Dettar than inav
can be described) he. -made his way to the
&onU,f tho-baloony, and tbsmkhrghis fellow
u,i uuir wise iuipaii.iui4ty, nroceeaeq
to make strong Douglas speech. In vaiti
did the Yancey men strive to intercent hlml
In. Tain waa he -Bulled -bv trmTrmntiiii.
nndgedln.he rib . caught by Juei-tlbowJ
The neonle, eauallv in the dark- ma"riimBolf,
cheered him; and more than pvsr'oaUBoed
thi attempt of the Yancey, nie'a to cry. him
down. He continued inan emphatic Douglas
teih,'-and the whispered importunities of
irienos ana iocs arouna him to aesist, telling
him that he was in. the wrong, place, oould
uuv,i;uiitiuuo auu. no us maae nia speeon.
NVM "lRR'aT'iOTORdJ-A lartre
crowd assembled the other afternoon, on the.
ruisourg siae or the Monongahela Kiver, to
see Uie wheeled rwask-tubl, reoefrfatween
WmiM.Reeve and J. r. Branuau. 'Having
found thaf they, could not. propel the tube
"Benicia Boy" and "Tom Severs." while in
thorn, got into the water themselves, and
puBnea tbe tuns Delora themand, in this
manner, crossed the river. . Mr.' Reeve pro
pelling the "B. B." aud reaching, the share
vu we otnar siae aoeut een ieet in aa ranee.
Mr. a. put on his clothes , and very soon
walked home, but ,M. ,R-.-was'so much
fatitrued that he conld Only "dress with as.
slBtouce and with great difficulty, and had to
be supported by .two friends id bis walk
home. ' ' 'I'1 '-. ,".
A.YonTB'i 'Kikdhxbs Riwabosd iv a For-
tdmbj A youth by tbe name of John Butter
worth, of Bedford County, Ya, a year or two
ago found an old Englishman, then living in
Roanoke Ceuqty. lyin, y tbe roadside iq
ta tobfeticaied ana freezing condition. Young
Uutterworth Drocnred a huir o-v. carrier! tha
old-man home,,warmed-iiD aad nursed hint,
(ntirestored to health. J When the young
man was leaving the house, the old gen
tleman. . lemarked I that be wonld re
member; him. old gentleman .after
ward removed to Texas, invested his. fundi
and became wealthy. Be died a short time
ago, leaving his whole estate to his yonng
friend, who ihus becomes worth ttbbri. tlOO..
000. ! - f.il ) t' l
i 1 r 1 1
Child RitcrKb tO Lm on thi Evb ob
Burial. A German child 'in the town "nf
Aahfnrrl V V haa) fatAiawaaw 11I aarilk
let, fever, j jDo Buatluj (ha child seemed to
dia, and on Monday preparations were made'
for its burial; Monday afternoon tbe funeral
held, and the body of the ohild. accom-
Dauied br a larire' uumlei' of frienda. waa
carried to the grave. ' As the dirt began to
fall upon the coffin, a feeble cry waa heard.
auo a shrlefc of "Motbefl" burst from the
lips of the 'resuscitated child. ., Tbe child ia .
n a fair way to recover. . i- ...
-1 T-'- " .n, -:- ' '' ' ''''
Riqbtbocs Dscisiori or a Court. A uvlne
trirt in New York Citv rented a room 11 r a
Scoundrel rtaBitd ' A awna, and alter ' oecupy-
Whul tcftiesd to Viay, whkreupojB she.VM
assaulted Slid A PilPl fAunrod thrust through
her ohtek and turnout, laying her whole face
Open. She sued the 'villain and an
blioe darned Cabells,nd Friday last the jury
the Superior Court ftwwdid WitaMgas
UtheamoRnt of $1,000.' mft7T.
I Tbettllowingcoramunlcatloti was banded
ui for' publication .In our iuuA of yesterday.
but through the press of other natter, was
It Is somewhat grateful and refreshing in
this "heated term?' as Prof. Merrlam caUs it,
to fiud an ancient and threadbare topic like
the fine arts, treated in a novel and enter
taining manner. The Oatttm of yesterday,
with a degree of taste, cultivation and acu
men peculiarly its own, displaying its usual
natural, artistic, and Mslhetio' ludmnent, in
forms us that there is a charming work of
an on exniDition at w unveils, namely, a
"Sleeping Cupid," by Mr. Graef, a sculptor of
New York, whose merit in the life-like, lu
fan tile, easy and peachy nature of child's
flesb, has made in this adelicateand exquisite
ext-mplar of tbe frigid marble thawing into
life with which -we fully agree; but what
must be thought of the Oazttu critic seeing
a female statue with an easv feminine
tume, full delicate breasts, exquisite outline
ui, ugurw, a i star crowning tier torehead,
bauds natural and graceful, with an armful
of flowers hanging over her arm, and resting
upon an anchor, and he to pronounce it a
"Life-like representation of a Mr. Hope, of
Tennessee, who died here I" ,
"Eternal Hope I when yonder apher-e inbllme,
Pealed their drat noue lo sound tba march of Time,
Thy joyous youth began." .,
But little did the" poet dream that we
should live to hear, not of the death alone of
Hope, but also tbe painful process of a change
of gender, and the fixing of her-nativity in
Tennessee I Hope of Tenuesseel "Thomas
Plmperwell and old John Naps oOrteetl".
We have often heard that this was ' '
"Tha land where Genius sickani, and Fancy dies,"
but, sincerely, we never dreamed that Hope
had departed this life iu America. We trust
that John Bell bad nothing to do with the
death of the OaxttUt Lincoln hope, in our
section of the West bv making H ana rlia
herei' and! how would Pope have been
shocked at our neighborhood, to learn that
., Hopo springs starnal In tha human breaat,"
, . lud by Caeaite within tba draadlol Watt.
A birth is better than a funeral, and we
would rather have heard of the nativity of
twenty young Hopes in our city than the
solitary death of the old one. ni whom
have not heard personally since
..'.'Hope for a Kaaon bad tha eirfta' farewell,
, And i random shrieked aa Koectiuko fall."
A Romantic and Tragical Story—Singular
Search for Buried Treasure in Mexico—
Violent Death of the Seeker.
"About' nine weeks axro. savs tha Dcrna'na-
bnrgh, K. Y.. Journal, two men named
Crothers and Horn, left here to go to Vera
Cruz, Mexico, for the purpose of recovering
largo auiouui, oi money aiiegea to nave
uraai uuricu uy vrotoers ana a comraao at
tne time or tne cantors at tne cut a of Nan
Juan de UUoamnd the City of Vera Cruz, by
.k. Am 1---- Li la.l .. ' J
nib aiiKiHaqi, unroll, loa I.
- At that time Crotbers was a soldier In
Gen. Scott's army, and he has alwava aaid
that when tbe oity fell into the bands of tbe
Americans,' he and a comrade ioined in a
genera acravmois- OI piuoaer Which took
place, and secured as their booty a box of
Mexican void coin, and estimatarl hv lham tn
contain about $40,000. ' This they bnriad. In.
tending if they- survived the war, and after
tney receivea tneir aiscnarges, to return and
secure-it. "- - - i-
In a subsequent engagement, on the march
of the armv toward tbe City of Mexico, the
comrade of Crothers waa killed. Crothers
passed through all the battle In the valley
of the City of Mexico, cam back to the
.vnitea otateewitn the army, and received
his discharge r:.i
From that time till the period mentioned
Lu the first paragraph, he never succeeded In
getting enough to embark tor the recovery of
iua uuxietA treasurer' nut a mat time ne
agreed with Horn, who had some money, to
go with nim to Mexico, and secure and di
vide tbe treasure, Horn to have one-tbird of
me pooty, in consideration or nl rurmshing
tbe passage money to take them out to Mex
ico. .. . , i
Since the denarture Mrs. Crothers. who re
sided with her brother-in-law, J. B. Ozier,
in this village, received two or three letters,
puroortine to have been written bv her hus
band, and dated New Orleans. One of them
was written on the 29th of April, and an
nounced their arrivaA there on tboir-way to
Vera Crus. A nother annonnced Crothera' rn.
turn to NeW Orleans from Mexico, and stated
that when they arrived on the spot where
tbe treasure had been buried they found f
village had crown un. and, of course theif
expedition had proved unsuccessful. This is
the last heard from Crothers. ' ,y . I
ii A few evenings since Horn returned to this
place, and disclaims any knowledge of Crotha
er' whereabouta. He says that when they
arrived in Mexico, Crothers tailed to identify
tbe place where he had buried tbe moneyl
that one day while In searek for it more than
a mile from any dwelling, he- was shot by
Crothers with a pistut, the ball, entering tbd
back of the neck and coming out under on
ear; that he was then carried by C, who pre
tended that tbe shot was accidental, to the
residence of a -physician, and .taken car of
till he fecoveied, , when, lie lent' O. some
money to procure a mule to carry him (Horn);
to Vera Cruz, since which time he bad seen'
nothing of Crothers. 1 '' u--
1 A New Oblians Jourral ok thb' Bbbck.
inridob Nomination. Sunday's New Orleans
Wto observe: "Oni full telegraphic dis
patches bring the glorious tiding that Brack-
mr.uge oas oeen nominatea oy tiu national
Democratic Convention at Baltimore, for
President.' and Lone Hir . Vice-Praaidant.
Tli era is no tail iu thistiokei ,i It is on that
win oe indorsed by every true-haartad South
erner, as weu as oy every patriot ot the land.
inese nomination - are a- death-blow to
Douglas and to his squatter, sovereignty doc
trines. I hey were mad by a Convention
comnessd of- a- larire maioritv- -of all the
States, and so far as ve.ar now informed, of
Biaioriiy oi aii tne aejegate. iinose leinn
le Rumn Conveution renreaant Btataa, that
will, in nearly every instance, riv their votes
tor me ocK rlSDUWicans. and. an well ha
spared. . W have oaly uroe to congratulate
the people on tbe nomiuation, and - to: heart-
uy mqyrj tuacunridg and lane.
DisooVBai .or a Mnmbr Jaw-Boni. An
antedaluvkn taw-bone wa found, soma tlma
oiuua, uib ,uaouua oi .cnawae vine, ten
miles below Attica, Iowa. Tbe length of tho
mne a tuirtv-six uic&ea. eitrht and a halfln-
ches wid by about the (am depth at tha
point- where tba teeth are set' Increasltigln.
volume .both . way. , Thersi ire- two tetb
loose in the sockets, the first nine' lucbes
long by four and half, wide. ' the othar fi.
and one-eighth by four and a half wide. Th
'"STm?, "" frpqv .!',' '.'.iv;
LL ' .ilVL '. i ' ' I ' ' .'.'Ulna -J i" i-a i
Fatal ArrRAT in th Sooth. An affrav
.rrnea,r,-0ll!bo''o. JLjClh othair
nlghtrln which Richard .Andoi-son. was
tabbed .and killed by Brhrbfr Best: -Ander
son wa a married man, and wa prompted
by.jalo-- to attack Best; which hi did with
gon, wh,eJ the, affair terminaud fatally to
AlwaMOaa'.'-'-i-nul. 'J. ' i. -Jiii. ..'
lo il.n It ' " liitll ' ' i . ' I llii I i.
'A DBOtl' BtoRT OP A ,TnlAnoilLtlnin!
tb tornado iu this Slat last wiaak a gentle
man who wa but fof a ride had a sorrel
lens) blow Avnt bttwavm hl leirb.- Tba
animal was ftinud aftor th Utrttado subsided,
.'" a aiugw uorae-nairi in a WBil
7Ij Piwu oa Smsspv f ha Medina (O.)
saaas thaf. Mr.. SpiWer, of York,
jold. on huudred aud fifly shp, U April,
fcr fl,CkK--au verf of it M par hs
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
DESIGNS OF SP1M 01V MEXICO.
United State to be Called to Aovount,
Important Political Movements.
" NKw Yorx. June 27. The uirala" tVush.
Incrton corresnondent savs: Intelliirsnr. fVnm
Madrid stales that the Spainards have become
so eiaiea witn tneir successes in Morocco,
tbat they design having a dash at Mexico,
making the necessity of preserving Cuba to
the 8panien monarchy a pretext for thoir be
llgerent operations. ' - ' -i j
. And not. only does Spain ooutemplatel a de
scent upon Mexico, but th United Stajtes is
to be called to account for the capture ef the
piratical war steamers off Vera Crus, pot
long rince. ' ' ' " ' I
The same correspondent says Mayor Wood
there has been conferring with Breckinridge,
Douglas, and the Administration. He sug
gests that there should be bnt one electoral
ticket in the State of New, York, with
Electoral College unpledged to either candi
date, bnt to throw tbe vote for either, as may
be most politic -u ,i ' i
His proposition seems to meet with tavor
from both sides. If, however, these pacific
councils shall not prevail, and the Adminis
tration doe not throw itself Into the fight,
the probability is tbat Mayor Wood will go
with tbe popular sentiment of the State,
which he thinks is in favor of Douglas. .The
impression is thaf the- Administration will
throw their whole power in favor of Breck
inridge and Lane. . ... ...... . i
Democratic Douglas Committee met at Wash,
ington, yesterday, for onraniiation. and to
prepare for the Campaign. August Belmont,
of New York, is Chairman, and Thomas
Tottman, of Louisiana; F. 0. Prince, of Mae.
sachusetts; Jno. A. Harmon, of .Virginia;
and Hugh J. Jewett, of Ohio, are Secreta
ries. The Executive Committee la a .fol
lows: Belmont, of N.' Y.J Jewett, of Ohio;
Dick, of N. 0.; Converse, of Conn.; Haider,
man, of Penn Tottman, of La, and Follet,
Resolutions were adopted, recommending
to the several State Committee that they
take measures for the adoption of an electo
ral ticket, in their respective States, to the
unequivocal support of the nominees of the
National Democratic Convention Stephen
A. Douglas and H. V. Johnson. ..Also, that
if any State Committee shall omit to take
the proper steps for securing such ticket,
then the member Of this Committee in that
State is hereby authorized to .take such ac
tion as no may aeeuj necessary and proper
for th purpose. ,: ; -, ',', , r , y
Republican Meeting in Philadelphia.
torch-light procession, with music, greeted
the return of. Messrs. Covods, Burlingem,
Grow, Blair, and Morris, last night, and a
grand entertainment waa given them by
Henry C. Cary, Esq. ,',.,, i...,,.. .
Tb meeting at the squar was to largs
that there was speaking from four stancla.
Thsre was great -enthusiasm when tb
speaker iatrodarccd tb .namatof th Chicago
nominees. , Resolution .were passed oon.
demnlng in tb strongest terms th Admin
Utratiou and its veto policy, and pledging
support to the Pacific Railroad and internal
improvements, the Republican policy and th
Chicago and Harrisburg nominations. After
tbe adjournment, the procession stopped In
front of the Continental. Hotel, and Burlin
game md Covods were .called out., ui i
Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Lancabter, Pinn Jan 27.Th Supreme
Court of Pennsylvania met to-day. In an
swer to a writ of attachment for eontempt
on , tb part of the authorities of Allegheny
County, the Sheriff produced thirteen mem
bers of the Pittsburg Council who refused to
vote on tbe levy.itax to pay the Interest on
tbe Charter Valley Railroad Bond, iiim ,
The Court, appointed Jndpe Smyser, Of
Montgomery, ana ixmg, t i.aneaster, Uom
missioner to hear th answer of the Coun
cilmen, if desirouAiJa purge themselves of
contempt..,.) ,7. ' m .-1 1 u-j !
iae decision ,wu probably be rendered
this afternoon. ... .. ... Mi Mi i ,
[Special Dispatch to the New York Times.]
Important Political Movement.
" WAsniltOTOir. June 26. ffortoaramakir.p..
without probable cubceaaytb effut.ao arrange.
met oy woicn oom wings otqe wemc-aracy
In New York shall run, th satni, eleoloral
ticket for President and Vice-President-, .A
similar arrangement, to, b madaln.Pnnsylt
vanla, if possible. , ,.',' .M vr.'. ,, !
' This important and startling movement is
evidently based upon , an. agreement that
Doucrlas Is to be allowad' a nhanna tn aimm
the election before the people by the union of
viiv IBI.HUHB, UIU9 BOalU lllj .up VOIBOI 10010
two States, on the condition that if th lec
tion gops to .the House, ha shall glv tb voto
of the Illinois dulegatioq ?p3reiTkinridge,..i
r,.iA T,.- 'rVili.-L. n ir -a.
. VIH1..W, "aa.i.T-iuBaiuwuMAieiwaw.
bouud from CoUinwood to Chicago, exploded
her boiler at Sheboygen, yesterday morning.
cnru Danion, ciern, .pi uieveiana, and
Michael Care v. fintenuirmer 'of BufTWln. a
instantly killed, and three deck-hands and
tbe chambermaid dangerously injured.,, Tbe
Ktnetha was towed into ililwysakis, , this
mo-ningi by the steamer Zfuron, t.,q ,
Speaker Pennington at Home—Houston in
NW Y6ax. June 27. Governor Penninav.
ton, Speaker of the House of Reoreaentativea
returned home hist nigbt, and wag greeted
by thousands of his fraantu, who turned out
to welcoma,hiia-irkoMiln iS'swark.
. A meeting ofi tlie f'riuads of fcaov Houston
U Called for ticheinxjtady, July 1V 'to' no.
inat au electonal Uckm in ahla 8 taUt. nod
designate cAndf.dato tor. Vice Preidtativmh
Houston. ,,;) my "mi" f i '1" roi .imiiltii.i
New York. Gov. Wise on Breckinridge—Naval.
NoOTOiK', Ta-i June ftr-Th 4wbita
that Goverhor wise has pronouud. ihe aom.
ination Of Breckinridlra and Lima aa Uia.mxa
admirable one tbat cqukl bemaie,osv.tha
Union.- He will address th Democraai a a
armuu -""vim miftiaag. ta its unlit on Hon.
1 T'n.-n- i..' aril la anIUa-l
New York. Gov. Wise on Breckinridge—Naval. No Signs of the Great Eastern—Arrival of
New York. Gov. Wise on Breckinridge—Naval. No Signs of the Great Eastern—Arrival of the Northern Light.
Eastern. The Northern light has arrived,
wv, auu -igu L;tueiicrB,
jUn.' Y.-thoduafLv wuth.
bdt transacting any busiuess, f, th .Mi
puhlic Importaiic,, at 1,0, flocih,, wit rnto
Executive session.. K
Congressional. From New York.
Baltimore-BreckiOridge QfiuituitL waa,ye-
y.Xt"":'' ' .ynia -vo.) yd ob
Congressional. From New York. The Kangaroo Signaled.
Yorb, June 27The steamer aToiu
iaroo, from LiverrjrtetMifn' the 13th, tin
Quoeoiitoit wiibimpiil90 P. ')flA 51 .
muBY OIIIIIM gill ijm
I m .........
fii-MRM'd,.' J un"' gt-a-M .-iRlt? ' thirtiri
Adrartteaaaeaa, ot amadln Iv tinea (aata):
fr aa.ai lieaaaaata meertail at tha tbllowta r
. a aetare ar a nnaa Or taac.
IB all Its braaanaa dona with naattaaaa and dlipateh.
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NO. TT W. PfttTHTH-BTREET.
PIKKW OPKRA 1I017SXD.
portaat Imrovamenla. and to meet tba demand t a
ryljL lowjrlped Pamllr Uaahlnoi ha-a Introdnoad a
f. tW 8TY LE, working upua the aaaie aripcipla, and
makini tha aame atltcli. Ihuuah n..l au bi.1.1. In.
tlbad.at riFTV-riVB bOLLARH.
eleaanoa. aeaad. ajal a w. aaiaHrilval
achiua. the beauty and .trauatb of atilch. ha.
lug Alias Of both siois, Inipo.albla to ravel, and
leaving no chain or rttUa on tbe nndar aide, tba
cou'imyof thread and adaptability to tba tblckeat
iiiiaue.fc taorica, naa ranoaraa mil l&e mwt .Bo-
rul ana popular Family ttawlag Machioa bow
At our variona ofltoaa wa a.11 at Ra. y.a .Hn
and give luatrnctlons, free f charge, to anakla pur
chaaara to raw ordinary aeama, hrm, fell, quill,
gather, bind and tank, all on tba ealna aaacbina, an if
warrant 11 lor inraa years.
Read or cell 'ra circular containing fall nartloa-
Ne. 9 SKWINB BJ ACHIN.5...,J;.-81 00
Ne, 1 ; - . ' . . t-iij : - 00
oblnaa. that thay will do
a fiRUTER mrr. or work, -a 1 1 x "
WILL 00 MORE WORK. UNO '
Than can be doss oa any other Machine SJKQ
B'8 FAMILT MACHINXS. 9110 and 3.
; aWlnaaoaltOao. Na. 8 ton r. urcb-atraat.
maSH-ay , , JAB. BKAItUON, Atnu
'" " ' Improved Doubla-threadad "
FAMttT SEWING MACHINES !
-? JHo.1 West Fourth-street.
npHOSB W LWANT OF A GOOD BW.
M. 1NO UACHINC ara invttad to aaaulna uurs
WJora pttrcUaaiog aUawkara. '
' JOTJVKT A CO, A&snta,
"'Mr--s ' ' ' Wo.TWaet rottHh. dp etalra.
$30. $80, ,,$30.,,, $ao. ,.$ao.
j i .Tbirtr-Dolbvr panbU Lock-Stltob i. 'i
Family Sewing aehines
BBOUBBD BT BBOBnT" LTTTXCB8 ATIITT.
nrJLJfl pHIN li' HAS BBEN PRO-
JL NOUNCED by all competent juiiao.. who bavo
awn n, re m ina nan ana miat aaairabia ramiiy
Bewlug Kachlna aver iutruduoad, BMaaoLiaa or
raicx. It will aew all klnUa of Jamlly giaala, fitum
tba very thtckeat to the very Hneat fabrlca made, and
So OUiM Malta Am -l' Lb- U-.L
Send for a circular, or ralland aae It in operation.
tawian? aapUoaUon, tUat and QoaaW rthte way
aarawttenarloll'aaaniAltS a ftirtaadKn ail,ra
Agenta wantadln all anaold tiu-riiorya... ,
and exclnaive agent for tha Uaitod Statas, j
tt Waal rourth-atraet. Clncluaatl
fc Don't Bead This I ;
of London and Ualllioora rloapltal", wbot be tea
had many years' practice ,ln tiM trantnf at of aa
oereal dliaaiai.bot Uh,rTceiiflr of Mi-klco.' abra
ucb dlaeaaea ara to be found In tbelr raukaal fori
UMiara lo oa aiiuiio ih to.ir r.niiiaat i. ..n
viw.ua '. pnKun imra in coniiaerion
Bon ANIONltl Illi UCHIAHIH, 0;
hla practlc tbtrff itr tonnaction with Or
moat eminent phyalclana In Mexico and Hpaln, tbey
aiacoaarad a rameur la one
nf the Molioan plaola,
and found onh in Southeru n
II by aiaglo, all tha aau.e4l lnt IV-mu th.,
jioxi.-o, inai ten
pnouu-y or aacondary leim. gyphilla. In tka
taga, parmanently crrrad ib s vary .hort time.
ana ine ayeiora uiurouibly olaaoaea and nura. a.
if II had never boen coiuitmiiieua bv that wo. et of
all dieeaaea, Srobilla. Oiirotala, Lanme. and all
klnaaut corruption of tbe blood and dlenuaee of tb-
aklu raittoved aaroianahilr aaal aulekly by IM pow.
ertulageul and aidarof natnra, " Uaxioau opecllitv."
No aaa oaad bMduoed loa akelaton. and .oner the
tortures of tba launiaitio. a oil rwbladnf bia aaat
dollar, and atlU not cured. Dr. Calvin aleo beala all
kl odS of obruuic d iaaaaaa, with . graal auocaaa. ilm4
k ine only to pay f. r, aa alltliaaa-ea ara treated frao
of charge, except by apecial cniract Paraoni at a
distance can be treated by aendms correct alaie
aania of tbair'naaoa by latter, and ten centa in
pi'itage atamps. Call oa or addraaa Dr. CALVIN.
B03 Vina-etreat, between Pillh and Sixth atreeti
Uunuatl, ulAlo., ow ,fathe iina-rppiBorroBf tbr
Tka Uucturhaa lucatad paraaneiiHr In thaotty.
Bad can at all timoe be fuimd at hia oitioa.
ta.eud (or Circnlar. ' .... . '-' at
,3)i, No. 203 Tine-street"'' "!
. : ... j ,., tBiya-ayJ Q. -. 'i
TS.Olin fft Tahn,
. i r.
at very low pricea. . . .. - .
,0110 Vadar ranee Poata:
O LueuM Fanoa Poata :
Alt -ivHa-auoned.'anit will be Iota lotr" for 'c'oi'
't01' u""a.ly roB,6, aaoaa. BriiTl.:
Wioel,,(nd Retail! LfiibpJOo!p '
PBOPBliTOR or"" " l'T
5KEAT WESTERN niMSU
BlrrvmM riria and ixtutrxt, t
t -Itileo i ,;l i!ila1AT. WHO' 1 - -'4;"-
lvv.lirllM .11. a.-'.'
."va rw nA.l.ia 1.
ImiUHoa Ut tb ciny.aaAtlv
prapariiia building Batai laia
acy deacriptWii, wa-a
a u. n a.1 a-a . wk. ... : j
k'ar iaJMCaaianla to baildar. In tki oily and At f '
ra.nua in iu UltailtieMa ami our Hc'linn
tt t VO. DIUUI'IMtUlw Vi-MlMaAM tf al
rouaar uf all daMo-naCtoaai' I
rtujentof Habogaiiy. ItiJi
aaara., Alaa, tlaa Baoaing"
la-. Mt- r Ufl MUU U nUOTl
fooil Wjltm Uuk V
mjp vmiiffflk mo i.iirikisin.o .
P. H. VV hart,! uat rtarTia.t m.ntU AUsitiiiLfiMlnL AM
t 4 'j -'fet
OtxlAr, Of DU QimlltT. .urh can ll-.
i., , .11-.. afi nmif ,.n(. Ji-r,j.7r"T?ail
"ri WM :"'f rli!a-alal.toolnnair.. 'I'-
t inn" mi i .'.mi i f?T rW w li I !) ; i '-"'
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U,oou ft. eeia'B IX and I In. let oom. Pine Lumbar i
iou.ono ft. H.aa'4 1. US, 1 andiSln. alaar do do.?''
SoH.niNi ft. aecbnd and third comuioQ do. lo. i. , ,i ,
(WM.Ouo tl. I tua, PoIM, Oak and HamlocTyolsts aiJit'