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J1KNKY II Iffi K TJ Sd CO..
erricR Tis-etat, orr. cviTOR-Roeea,- rlj
TSS 0IN0IKBAT1 fcAlLTrBMa to deUrBred S
mbtorltwra in Cincinnati, OovlBitoa and
arrontKllBA: etttee sod towns, ae
BttMrtJ low , , ,
price of, 7 ' . j
it m uun
lit EN CF.I
PATAU TO CABana.
Fhw. eAfrhiA".-8rhi Hi9 ritif 1 PAonth,
AO c.nt.; S month., 1; 1 rr, .1 AO.
SiOrt A I, FIONIO-TO BS GIVEN ON
V 4. At 1
nw nnnnrmgnm wouia raspactlnlly Announce to
their frl-nds, and the r"Hc cer, .miry, that that
win lve a ttorlnl Picfc M ,,.,-a ,bnva" r '
TbecomnirHlloosend splendid etearaer MARS 1
. J"?ff P"' ,u oc-aoioas end will Ion i
not ,f alnutst. at TH o'clock precisely, an1 al
J?" n''A"r7 bindings, aha will proceed
i...o'iiini,Mii,,ii. anil splendid etearaer STARS kaa
groe, sm-enieen muee op tne river,
A 11.. I.I.
J. V. O. WBNTWOKTH. '
took Mabaokbs. A. Harrison, C. Droniell, 8. D.
ann. J. liei-diier, J Yukor, J. Pe'enwn. K. Haaea.
ii ' Bromell. II. A. Hamilton, M. Bolser,
... u.... ...... n..llimi. . . Jlllim. Jr.. Bi. OKII1'
, L. Kolll
liy. A. Anscbnlti, M. Ziglur, A ralt.racu.
Jll:Kf.Tr) ONE DOLLAR.
rf. i nrnmaui, it. atoner. w. w
Wm. McDuuald'a Quadrille Band la angered for
lue occasion , , . ie2A-A
w le now for root for the
rtrlcal Performances, Julian, Herman or hurleeqna
: w i .. am; nay ie nan on reaannaoie teri
1 r the night or weak, far Bartioiilam. amilj U
National Theater Building, .
r-tf . , 1 , grcaAiora-atrati.
'23 DIXElfS LAND
OUT OF THE WILDERNESS,
f ENTER'S ARRANOKMENT THIRD
'V Adttion just laaued. Price 25tnla.
v , JOHN CHCaCH, JR,
) ' 66 VHtHT rouRtH-et.'
A.nKniCA.-Ulock A Qruoe'efni
B BF.HT IN
Nw York) powerful toned double I
nrnaactlnn C-jiicort rianoa. oro-1
wunced bj LUti, Thelberg and other
l-T-wit artlKte the rmt In HlitmiM
M i will eell lower for caali than anr other dealer In
Ibeclty. PUnoa And Hqlodeona tuned and repaired
lajrouKiiiy. rtanoa to let at from 96 to tinner nar
ler. nluHical Inatrunienta MlHna; at hnlf-prlcea. Do
not out or rent a riaan until you un called aM ax.
autlned tbo nbove.
BBIITINO Ai BRO., Sole Afenta,"
Piano Pnelere and Makera.
felT No. 127 W. rifth-atreat. Bear Plant. "
OHIO WHITE SLIl'HLR SPR1XGS!
Delaware County, Ohio,"
OPED TO VISITORS SEEKING HEALTH OR PLEASURE,
FROM JUNE TO OCTOBER.,
FOR THK ROimU TRIP,
M. H. par I Ittle Miami Uallroad and Cincinnati.
Hamilton and Pavton hull road, at ?t0 A. M.,tIa
i;nrlnffftptil in Whim Hnlnhiir ht.tlnn. 1 T
Tickitaforthe Koand Trip, io, per tittle Miami
Ballroarl, at 7i:l0 and 16 A. M. and 11 P. M., and
rer Cincinnati, Hamilton and Lrayton Ballroad, at
. 7MV a. At., via coiumnus to iiewia uenter.
cur rooms or otnec uuoroiation, aaoreaa , f .r
. ' A. WII.M1V. JR.. '
White Sulphur Powtodloe,
je2-tf , ... , Delawnra Uumt, pbim
THE YELLOW SPRINGS HOUSE!:
J Ml- s ii -
IORMBRLY kept 'BY COIi. MI t I.fl,
j.- ih unw opa tor sue rctpcioa-M iunu,
iiitj airec.ioQ 01 ,,,, t,,r
LATTB Or PHILADKIfPHI tA: ";
The preMtit proprltor will upar no pfilni to giv
nttro Atiaf.vctlou to U who mar fmior him with
their pntroutvst. Hell 4etnaie(l to htM flroi
i Iiihi hoiiM lo'verr rtaoect. And. fir ntodrmiM
m rhttrffea and itrict attention to the comfort of gueU,
w to merit a liberal auare of pqblic pfttroiwira. jeM-tf
AUAIYId.rttMJ.Cn & LU..
Have romOTod the Balee-rooa mi- the
ALLIGATOR COAL! COOKING STOVE
Prom N- 333 Poarth, tkatr new Btoraj
h. w. corner, op Firra and blm.
N. B.'-Urdera new -rVled at tmr new ' ''
Corner of front and Ctntral.aT., or aA our
Su.3CsXl)a-3Ft. (S O 3Vt I
DR. MERIT WE L. 1.8.
RESIDENT DENTIST,' -' '
TRENTAL WILLKOB rNPIRIllART.NO,
If 89 COLLKUlC-bTBEIjT, .between rJlxtR and
Herenui and Vine and Baca, OincUinAlL, o.
f.TRT OP PRICKS FOB PLATB WOBK :
Full upper or loner aeta of teeth oontlnupua tura
HO fold,S3t Tuloaulte, ; aUTarr19.
Hmall sold Blag, each.,., M oenta to f
PtTot teeth ...Mv...M..M.vw.w. .i
.i to n.
aplTra .,, : TRRMROABg.
ROOfJNp ! .vRppfNftJ 10
bapMt Metal Roof newomd, tttinerl(-i hatftaSDeevT
losu-a by an experience or years in mi city ana r
.initv. Annlind trt flt or fitMB. old dfiMff build.
Inn. No anlder UMd lhatened aMuralr without ajt-
j.)Bar to the action of the element. -r r m
Prepared iheete; boxed fur ehlnijaent to a-Ty part
tUe United Statee, ean be applied by any dfte with or
dinary mechanic fyfh y Jp L U 4 vd I A
lax WeJt fieonndtreei.
tTuit-uan - uemoni 1
FORCLOSINGOANH, JARS, BOTTLES,
Ao. Manalaotory SO Vlnetreet, two mai
halfKiuareaaouUiofthe Bnrnet Hpiw..' '
Can (apply an. suantlty at lowprloea.
Tl IE , ERO VAPOR ' ,:,
'J-T9ING NEITHER WOOD. OOAJ..CHAR
rj vUAUBuruki. ' 'y fry
No Smoke. No Dirt, Np Heat
To discommode the operator. The beat and mnjt
fvouumical Hummer arrangement extanly in
t.ol optiratlonevary dy.t 11. A.M., Mo. 11
er-uounty itnw inraaia. ,i
JX EM O V ES I
Tin-plate and Sheet-Iron Worker
I J Haa reavrred to f I ' T t
GENT FOR BTEWART'S AIRIHT
Vl t Carter'. A ilurips Udrm, wherHm bje.n
Da w i
i o operauMJU.
Jobblus dons vltfc prornptneat sud dlipAtcJR.
DHIkUUII. . ... i .
furniture! Furniture! Furniture
I T 'v,Kn .nd 1.1 .nd 1 A Kant
aen Main aud nyramor., nee mm an hum i.
variety of llotuwhold Jood. Urh M.Hota,'
Ublea. F.ucy chain, DivelM, UarpuM, al
I nd price.;
Ilclotb any width to Qve yanU; Hti
..ith rnutiinar and boaUiiifl all Mtndr OMo V
I mre. ioike. htow, umce 11
Iron Mafot. Mar.
liing, rlm-bacit unntrn,
St or ptjUunif
Linda. C-mnter ShHvlnr, fthow-ca. pir F1H
t, Ac! BilUarfl Table Sought audaulda, iXU.K
a. I .. 1 ar . IkA H.iAiBhB avl A ark.ii. 1 .
BOX?) .RAIHITW. 'lf
dniiiiB 1- lit, flo hi If and IsklB
ri LvuriAhf Bind aiiasrtAr dnitus r If I
maamune.;. a v. aabo.h a,
lKI!4 A. I'lL l t'.ttv
319 aed ill tuln at
A A ftOH A COl.l'tR.
1 and H'JI Mln-ti
CINCINNATI;' FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 29. I860.,
TRICE ONE CENT.
. g - . , t I i! ' ' .'t I t' ' ' ' In
Littu kfaABit-HT BilBotee fan tor than City dme.1
ttS6 A. K., 1 A. M. nnd 11 P. . Oolnmbna Ac
ooiDModaUon, 4 P. M. Xante Aooomnwdatton, 6
r. m. i
CiBcnrtiTf, HiniLTon Airs Dirron rj mlnntea
raater than City tlnx.I A. V., Ti36 A. M., 30
M. and P. H. Hamilton Accommodation, 8 A.
and 9ina P. tt. .
Oaia Aim MlMlMt rrf-fli
City time, di'AS A M. and 5.3 J P. K. Loulirllle
IDiAiAroim akd Cixcihbati Rhobt-Limi Hi
Blnnta (lower than Cfty Uiae, fi40 A. M ., lliO
i. m. ana r. B.
liuru urn OimnnranMT minutea atat than
City Urn 6iI9 A. M. and 3436 P. M.
Oonno-toii LmTo-tUlty Mma,1 SidS A.
lf.niidai3SP.lf. r :: r . - i
OiBcmuTi, BicBMomi Ann Ibdiibapoiib 6 A.
mao f,;i,ji.i. ' 1 ; ,
torn Kiam-StS A. It., 8 A. M., UtOl A. At.
And 4i46 P.M. r ,
OniaaMDHlaaiMim-riSO A. If., Ii38 P. H.
nd 9i56 P. M. r- - rn '
CinoiiinaR, Kamiltob abb Ditto Ti43 a. If.,
16t4 A, M., 1 P. M., S30 P. Mo Ti3B P. M. and
IS P. At ...
I H MARABOUS ARB ummATi 16ll5 A. tU
4 t. kf. And lil P. M.
kUniiTTA Ails. OnctmiATi 10i3'A A, At. nnd
Dil3 P. ? - - ' -:
rOTTBOTOB ABB I.KT THQTnB 1 0l3. A. M. And
4i88 P. At.
OlXOINKATt, RirBMOHO ARB iNDIANAroLIS Tl45
. M..1P. M.,Si30P. M. .
Great cry and little wool an African in
fant just bom.
Tn Berlin there are more poor neonle. it is
said, than in any capital of Europe.
The loss br fires In the United States in
1859 is estimated to have been $45,465,978. '
' The gold diggers of Plymouth, Vt are said
to average from 3 to $15 pep day. l
The recei'rifs for wharfage at UeThntris dur
Ing the past fiscal year amount to $39,467 24J
In Alliance, in this State, two negro bar
bers fought a duet with razors and cut each
other very seriously in various places. -
vanuo vjiuiQ. uaiiu, ulv, u ui.w,u n uvk
two years ago. died on the 23d Inst, in Cook
It 1..- n . 1t.l..M huii h i.. K. .
county, au oi oyarupnuuut,
Twelve slaves were Bold in one lot. in
Charleston, S..C, fur $18,250; an average of
over 11,000 eaco
Conpress has changed the title of onrser to
that of paymaster in the Navy. The British
Navy adopted tnts title some years ago.
A child ef Mrs. Weitmeifer crawled out of
Its cradle to the fire in St. Louis, on Monday,
ana; was purnt to a earn
A Greek pirate-vessel is said to be cruising
in the Mediterranean, and to be commanded
by a Corsican bandit.
Waiter (bawlinsr to the cook) "One roast
lamb ana one potato." uiq gentleman: "Ho.
nnl Vft an tnnpli l.mK .nrl mnr. iiaIaIam ' '
Whv are eVet so ill-treated? Beoaosether
are Uuhed all day, and getagood Aidtn every
The other Rlent no loss than seven private
dwelling bouses, in Troy, N. V, were entered
By Burglars and robDed
The hypocrite may spin so fair a thread as
to deceive hisown eve. He may admire the
cobweb, .nd not know himself to he the spi
Last week there were one hundred and
eighty-three deaths in New Orleans, and not
one trom 'yellow tever. i r ,,,r. (Rrrl QV
BLVUVK .HUIW), HUWV. Ulfl MI1TW I U b.llO
country, baa proved that he and Doestick's
companion, AJauipuuuio, an tue bbiub poiauu
The crop prospects in that portion of Iowa
and : Nebraska, "bordering -on the Missouri
Klver, ar. reported vo oe most promising,
A lady's eves were nut out in New York
cuy on Auesaay, oj a piece oi guwo mruwn
T 9J n toe street.
' A man: John Reily, leaped out of a window
ill Baltimore, on Tuesday, while suffering
from delirious tremens, ana oroKe nis nee.
The Jlbbe Sieves once exclaimed in the Na
tional Assembly of Franc. "Yob wiBh to be
free, and know, not how to be just;
The author of the famous apothegm: "Re
publics are ungrateful," was Themistocles,
the. f)rriB.n.' ' 1 V 1 . 1 .
It is Said that .as Queen Victoria grows
older she becomes more nnaimable, and that
recently she struck ber royal consort in the
ace with a Mav j volume. , i
A Tamiiv in Biminrhasa. ' XnRland. were
recently poisoned with, arsenic and two of
them died. A servant girl 'is fuspeoted of
That fiftydollar penny (4 Higley copper
has atrain ohaaced
iq changed hands, Mr. Robinson, of
Hartlurd, Conn having sold it to a Boston
com collector lur c 1;
An Eastern SRchange contains qnite a dull
account of a little follow, seven years old,
proposing; to a young lady by, writing her
sunary notes strongly Biutuig a. uaiciiuonT,
'Queen Isabella, of Spairf, so notorious for
her gallantries, hi said to have found new
love in the person, of a handsome journalist
connected, who tne jiaana press.
A Welsh newspaper recently contained the
following in its notices to correspondents:
"Truth is crowded out of pur. columns this
The artesian . well, in Columbus, in this
(State, twenty-lour nunarea ana seventy
three feet deep, the augur still working Ip
' An Indiana paper)' says that a young wo
man in its neiehborbood was severely in
jured dt receiving a kick in toe lore part oi
tne oaca-, rrom a vicious cow.
The dwelling-house of Benjamin KUlam,
in Bridgeport, Iilirroisjwas set-on 8re end
mown up wiiogunpvwaerfa oar isr two since,
during tn. apsenc oi tue family.
' Wale H.XesUr died, a tfew aayi. sines, at
the Georirla Lunatic Asvlunw-trou lunacy
fchused by unusual' exposure to the heat
The house of Bey. A- Conley; near Bristol,
Tan n was recently stoned for several days:
no one being enabled to determine whence
tne stooes came.
'i' The lttmbermen of Chicago have" resolved
to send one hundred .thousand feet of lumber
to the sufferers by the late terrible tornado
: 1 There lip a new gas company to be or.
ganixed 1n Cleveland, r The ; aew, company
will supply consumers at' the' rate of $2 per
thpusandreet.; ;;.'11i;,.,V.'.,:.ii :''''.' -.-. ' i. ri
' The president has appointed 'Benjamin
Davies. of Missouri. Superintendent of Indian
Affairs in Utah, vie Jacob Forney, of Perm
sylvaaiav removed.--' ' ", -'-:'v "
Henry Thsviey and Dyld Cross were killed,
In Henry County, Mo.L n ibf iMh tnst
the running- away, ot a horse attached, to
buggy in which they were.
. In Venice, on the, 18U ult. two brothers,
i ...1 1 1 L. 1.1- LI-.L. .
Bwei avBoui, vi nouie nirta, win, b0m.i"
nated ft midnight under. iheddW f tht
PalasRsii Mtn Atarea,
The Grand Japanese Ball in New York—
The Crowd and Its Conduct.
The grand Japanese ball at Klblo's Garden,
in New Yorn, occAmd orr MohrfAy ven!n j,
And ts of coarse desoribed by the lo&nl press
sa . magnificent Affair. The Erpreu thus
refers to the festive scene:
So finer anectarla was aver wilnaaurl In
New York than tliore met their eves. The
great building with M Tdrfefrated and bril
liant aeoorationa, lis irsgrani nowers, us
prolusion 01 iignis, lis nags ana tnusnns naa
painted oolutnug, and the prodigious throRg
of gallr-dressed people moving to the sound
a y .0.,.. v .uu..i.g ... ,u, wuuu
of tnnsic, on either side, the galleries and
a luu bs vun uuur. cuuatitutea a
pageant well worth witnessing, -But- this
Was only one portion of ihs ale.' Not Only
the theater was thus converted Into a mag.
Bincent tout, the corridors Were carpeted and
draped, and deeotated In the most elaborate
ana sumptuous profusion, and thrown open
to the multitude. - The great entranoe way
by which fie saloon is ordinarily approached
was lined with flowers, and as the doors on
Broadway were closed, a large copy of
Church s "Niagara" had been arranged there.
It was skillfully illuminated.' - ' i
The court-yards on either side of this wide
ball, occupying; the space between the hotel
and the theater, constituted one of the most
novel ana interesting features or the enter
tainment. Outside of every Window in the
buildings which surround these inclosures,
colored paper lanterns were hung in great
numbers; some of them were placed on the
cornices of the roofs, and ranged along the
balconies and among the trees; transparen-
wu MiuuuK ... mow, 1 1 a.. cjm on
cies were illuminated and disposed at inter-
a. . L 1 1 ; : .a i r
vals on the walls; mimic grottoes and foun
tains were arranged iir admirable taste, and
the coolness of this out-door atmosphere, the
reiresning sound ot tne waters, ana tne Plow
ing of the breese among the trees, the pecu
liar effect of these gaily-colored lamps, and
the blue, quiet starlit sky looking down on
all in the gay, moving, restless throng, was a
scene not soon to oe forgotten
. 1 1 o uu. buuu w uo iviuvwiu.
The hall In which the aquaria have lately
been kept was, of course, accessible, and like
every other portion of the building thrown
open- last nieht, richly decorated and in
most aomiraoie taste, me supper-room was
, . . i ...
tne large nan under tne concert-room. Here
lone: tables were placed, and an army ot
waiters was on hand to supply the guests of
tne euy. r rom ten to two tne supper was on
the table, and. when it is considered that ten
thousand people were present at the festival,
it must oe acKnowieaged mat tne arrange
ments for supplying their material want.
were remarkably well
The company present at this, by far the
most splendid entertainment ever given by
the municipal authorities of New York, was
gathered from every respectable class of the
community. It assembled very early, and by
nine o clock tne crowd was in many places
prodigious, in fact, almost impassable. It
added, of course, vastly to the effect of the
spectacle, hut yet impeded a view of the
decorations, which were fully worth a close
and prolonged inspection.
me croway aitnougn immense, was not in
natured nor lU-bebaved. It was by no means
exclusive, by no means an excessively fash
ionable one; there were people of social dis
tinction present, but they were lost in the
mass; toe oau was attenaea qy ine people.
and the people behaved well. There was no
mure contusion man in imuoaaioie to avoia in
such throng: there was no mob. - The
dresses were of every description: but most
of the women wore ball costume, although
oonnets ana snawis were not rare; tne peo
ple were constantly moving, but there was
very little dancing:: at times a few persistent
devotees of Terpsichore whirled around in
waits or promenaded through the tiancers,
but the crowd was too great to admit of much
rapid locomotion betore midnisrbt
The supper-room was the scene of the only
ill-behavior witnessed during the .evening.
It was prodigiously thronged, and as the an-
nil til nature l sura to dc atrougiy maniiestea
near a table by all but bigb-bred people, and
sometimes by them if they happen to be sour-
manas, it is pernaps not surprising mats ome
exhibitions of ill-manners were here visible.
Still, there was so disgusting behavior, no
arnnaenneas, only an occasional roughness
and greediness, and boisterousness that would
have offended a fastidious refinement. We
can not repeat too often that the people last
night did themselves infinite credit by their
oenavior, coin among tnemserves ana towara
the Japanese. Here were ten thousand of all
sorts and conditions of men-and women, and
there was no noise, nor even furore, nor jost
HlINAM IK RlSARD TO TBI StALIYBRIDOI
iRf arts i vballiiioi. concerning bis ru
mored fight with the "Staleybridge Infant,"
Heenan says in letter to Wtiktti Spirit:
bav. not made up my mind yet, but I shall
accommodate him, though it would, be pretty
tough for me to remain five months longer
away from noma, with, perhaps, eo cnancf
get. ngnt at tne ena ot tnat time, ana
chanoA of briuging it to a conclusion even
we succeeded in getting the thing on.
should very much like to accommodate Mas
ter ouueyoriog. on to. west at a or tne At
lantic, pay his expenses over.' and eivs bim
handsome odds; but I suppose it would be
use in making- such an-offer, as be no dor
stands his little game too well to quit here
look after me. I do not1 wish -to "underate
him, but it Is my oaaflid opinion;" that Tom
Bayers could get himself into condition in
vv VVBP 11UUI UU TT a DUU V Ui fSj ItUAVCU ApUAJ AAJ
as this Staleybridge chap; at Intervals of
weeaapan." ? -
A fellow at Prince George County. Va.. ven
tilates hi feelings in a card in one of
papers of that station, as follows: Feeling
nimseu ice cnampion oi pro-euavery - men
South, will say that. he can whip the cham-
filoa .or- anti-slavery men Worth, either
and or- water. '.' I will eater a room with
him the President Of the United States shall
lock the door behind us, and inspect us
every half an hour, until the contest
ended, ur i wiu enter a ooat on tne mount
Vernon tide of the Potomac, and meet hint near
the middle. - Both shall simultaneously leap
frorj the end of his boat, and Swim until
meet, where w. will engages neither boat
approach until we both agree as to the vic
tory. ' , " , .: I-
AhOTBIB WbRRLBARROW POLlTIfJAL WA.tR.
A xealous Democrat and an- arduous Repub
lican; In CheeVor County, Peon., have mad.
the following tasu;," :;;',','iV-'V
Mr. Democrat agrees that in case Mr. Lin
coln should be the sueoessful man, be
wheel. im a wheelbarrow, a load- of lime.
from the Valley Store, in East Whiteland,
West Chester, and deliver it at one of
hotels, where a good, dinner is to await
him at the expense of - Mr. Republican,
Mr,, Republican agrees to perform
same i feat) in case Mr. Lincoln i is
elected, and in addition thereto, as he is
termined to "die ,game," insists on
privilege of topping out his load with a Lin
coln rail, '", ' ""' . '. - ' ' ;.;,;,,,.',
i Cabdiral Wisem ax Bint on Papal Att.
The' Eipana of Madrid states that Cardinal
Wiseman was about to visit Spain 'rto pro
mote a subscription on behalf of the Holy
See, and to stimulate tbe faithful to take
In . Ian nnl ni .1 u , . Hi. n. " .
In a loan opened by His Holiness.'
B BBW. M '
1 ''Whalrs or- sruM tikis TJoASKA-.Lsa'ffa'
numbers of whales have appeared the present
season off the Irish coast. On "one occasion
they were so numerous tbsX several -boats
ih. hoop barring; fishery kad to laav.
ground, the crew fesina . afraid of their Met
being wapslssd, u-t
A Sham German Baron—Exposure of an
The Paris correspondent of . the New Or
leans A'oayuns, observes i
('Fast' ' society has been good deal an
noyed by the discoyety of - a Greek among
them, who has been considered an oracle in
every thing relating to fashion and aristo
cracy. Early last winter, a German Baron
.of excellent pedigree, and an estate of (6,000
a year, (so, at loast, ne gave out) made nis
appearance here. His manners were ex
cellent, his appearanoe prepossessing. Bis
money was spent treeiy. Aiaeo or tnese ad
T.uuinr u pu.ueu ma way imu iio uc.i.
society hers, he became an honorary member
vantages, he pushed his way into the best
01 toe moire exclusive cium, ana ne was soon
on a foct of Intimacy with onr most fash
lonable younir men. He was in treat favor
you saw him Tn the stage-box of the Delasse
ments Comiques and Folles Dramatiques,
(those petty theaters, so mach in vogue just
now, wnere men go to nna a remaie partner
for supper aod sleep and sinning) or at the
Maison d'Or or Cafe Anglais, where, when
the curtains were drawn, gambling went
high. Every thing was in the Baron s favor,
except be won so deuced ly often. Still,
nobody suspected anything improper, least
of all, that the German Baron was an Athe
A few nights ago, the "fast" men gave a
supper at the Cafe Anglais, at which the Ba
ron was present, as of course. The playing
went high, the Karon won, won, won, every
time. Two or three players lost all of their
monev. and when they reached the bottom
of their nurse, they souvht consolation in
uuuui. a ucj viucicu c. uu wi jj u u . ii , vuv
or those flaming bowls of punch which looks
.. . v.. . ... , n u:
liquor. They ordered a bowl of punch, one
so pretty, as the blue-tongued flames hiss high
above the silver bowl, and are so weak. By
some accident or other, I don't know exactly
what, the waiter Stumbled as he came Into
the room, and the blazing contents of the
onnch bowl full noon the Baron's coat. ' In an
instant be was enveloped by flames. He
screamed with fright. His coat was torn off
ui. INM.&, miu, ne it uuuiv uu, ui , nmuvno Ki i
cards fell from his pockets I The poor devil,
nis dock, ano, as it come on, an avaiancne oi
who had been scared out of his wits by the
flames, was scared almost to death by this
discovery. His teeth chattered, his knees
knocked together, cold perspiration stood in
beads upon nis forehead. The cards were ex
amined by the gentlemen present; they were
false cards, such as none but "Ureek carry
with them. His companions made bim return
the gold he bad won from them, and
then they kicked him, coatless into the street.
The Wreckers of Nova Scotia—Fishermen
Enriched by Wreck of the Hungarian.
The Hartford Time publishes a singular
statement in regard to the behavior of the
people living in the vicinity of Cape Ledges,
where the Hungarian was wrecked, on the
16th of February:
Not many hours after the ship went down
the weather cleared up. and the Cape Island
ers were busy collecting valuables and plun
dering. Men in skiffs were seen to break
open floating cases with hatchets and lift out
as many goods as their boat would hold, then
to snore, leaving mem, ana on again tor
more. The island contains about two thou
sand inhabitants, and usually does considera
ble business in fishine. But turn, it it taid.
(twry home i a depot of rich good, and not
man it poor enough to be hired to work. Lloyd's
agent, from Yarmouth, went down and col
lected and sold such portion ot the reclaimed
goods as he could find, awarding salvage-, but
a very large portion was hidden and retained
oy the thieving innaoitants.
Onr informant visited the place again
two or three weeks after the matter had
been settled and the underwriters had dis
posed of the remains, and purchased from one
of the wreckers one hundred and seventy-five
pairs ot Kid gloves (nne specimens oi wnicn
be showed usl for arinirof Attlebory jewelry.
worth perhaps fifty cents. Of another
got two splendid terra-cotta vases and thirty
seven pieces of valuable ribbons for a pinch-
Deck brooch wortn a quarter ot a dollar. He
visited a deacon of the Baptist Church, who
had a fine lot of silks, velvets and vestings,
and proposed to purchase some. The piout
Deacon said he had considered for two days
and two eights whether he would be justified
in selling, or wnetner ne ougut to return the
goods o the underwriters. He had con
cluded; at last, that it was his duty to retain
mem, as 'tne wrecs was evioentiy a - goa
send to the poor people of Cape Island."
this same time shoals of fat maakerel and
myriads of codfish surrounded the shores.
only waiting to be caught to enrich their
captors. I The wreck, as she lay below the
surface, was sold to two Yarmouth men
A, A AAA -.1 in .kAnl !. w..lra thaw UmA u
flVUM MUU 111 nwwuw .1. V O 1UOJ UN IO-
covered, oy diving, goods to the value
nearly SU,WX). They are still at work
her, and expect to moke a fortune by their
l Fd'RTONATR RSCOONITIOK OP. A CkPORTDIT-
ati GiRh. A few days ago, the ' Mayor
nttsburg was advised that a young girl,
comparative stranger in the city, had been
lured to house ot UNtame, and, with a view
of rescuing her from a life of shame and de
gradation, had her brought to the office.
Believing her a fit subject for the House
E.f. j . : -; .1.-. ui- -m
rvaiuuo, auu nut wieuiug mat ui. uuiunre
should act in the matter themselves, he sent
word to another party , to come and converse
with the girl, that he might, after hearing
tne story, make the information necessary
for her committal.-, The person applied
came, but judge of his surprise in recognis
ing in the erring fair one his wife's sister
The unfortunate girl was overwhelmed with
surprise at the discovery, but it was, perhaps,
a fortunate one ror her, as sue win now
returned to her mother. -1 .
Triai Trip op TM Pawnrr. The TJnlted
States sloop-of-war JPavmtt, which left Phil
adelphia on Monday, on a week s trial trip.
returned on Saturday, alter going as far
id. uun estream. no trial of speed loon
place, in consequence of the heating of
brasses on the ''journals," and as this could
hk. V .RA!inJ I ll.n.1,1 U.n. A-
UU, UB RIVIUCU, 11. WM iuuukui um. VU IVIUIU
with tne Vessel before the expiration ot
week, fori the purpose of having the ma
chinery fixed. With this exception the ma
chinery gave great satisfaction. The
also behaved well, steering and tacking well
in bad weather, some ot which sne encoun
tered in the Gulf Stream, Another trial
take place in a short time,
,. II' 11 BBl
A Aos)rBiAN"EnioT. The Venice Oazett
publishes an edict by, which three hundred
and sixty-five persons who have gone abroad,
are ordered to return to Austria within
months, under pain of incurring the penal
ties imposed by the law of March 94, 1832.
That measure, promulgated by Francis I, pro
vides tba, those who emigrate without
thorization, and are round gnury or emigra
tion, can neither buy nor sell any property
in the Austrian States, nor be allowed
enjoy any inheritance, even accruing from
rut., ( l
A CliliaTMAK Imbtantlt Killsd BY LlOBT-
!. Elder George, Freewill Baptist Minis
ter, residing: in tranconia. H. H was
stonily killed by -lightning,. Tuesday,
Franronlai vlllafi-e.! His body was bad
mangled. The nuid fractured nis snuu,
off part oft on. ear, and broke his spine
several places. He was rldipg on horseback
I at the time, and tbe casualty was so Instan-
.nu..,. Ih.l 1. , M nm. full fluri wim
taoeous. that his borne fell
without changing their relatiys f osiUons.
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' t- A II i 'WAwa. i I
SriALiNd a Wits'. Clotbm. A snorting
man, Charles Clark, was arrested in Syra
cuse. . x . reoenuyi'tinarirea wnn stealing
the olothes of tbe wilb ef Mr. Stnrges,
wesdipon. Mil. pu,rgef was v $tMto
A View from Naples Overlooking the Sea.
Harriet Beecber Stow, writes in one of her
letters from Europe:
We find ourselves in beautiful upper rooms
of Hotel Crocella, in Naples, overlooking the
seat the sea smooth and calm, with the pecu-
iim uumniva nmiiiin uoiu. uuuer
these sides, an lrridescentgleam mingling blue,
green, and purple, with just such a thought of
tawny gold. Bight opposite, like a great
changeful opal, lies old voluptuous Caprae,
wnose quaint romantic outlines are all day
bathed In colored mists of every dream-like
soft change of hue. In the foreground, the
uastie del' uvo, a circular building, with
uantie net uto, a circular Dunning, wun
yellow and gray lichened walls, the sea dash-
Ing In white tongues of foam at its base.
l o right and lett sweeps ronnd the pano
ramic view of the Bay of Naples. Vesuvius
on the left, with all the vineyards and vil
lages wnicn ne palpitating tnrougn the mist,
warmed by the treacherous under-fires of his
great passionate nature, which warms and
nourishes for hundreds of years, and has a
drunken frolic only on the hundred and
first; for which he expresses due penitence
by another century of frultfnlness. A tur
bulent tempered, but well-meaning old giant,
he probably, with bis own private griefs and
interior aisturoances, ana, taxing one tning
with another, the vastness of his nature and
the intensity of his emotions, deserves com
mendation, on tne wnoie, ror tne way ne
reins himself in.
Every night we go out on the balcony to
look on his old cloudy face, and what we see
is like a bed of great live hickory coals, Just
unraked and sparkling and blinking high up
in the air. Three years ago, one saw nothing
i u Lii o air. i urvo yearn ago, one sawnotning
of this davor ninht. We went up there and
. . . . . ,. . r
saw two craters, in each of which was a fun
nel nice tne chimney or a glass factory, belch
ing and roaring with a hollow-chested moan
like that of an Imprisoned lion. Into the
smallest cister we descended and walked on
the Stygian crnst, and saw through gaping
cracks the red-hot lava under us as one might
ngnre toe noor oi lniernai regions, now we
are told all is changed as indeed it is to the
bib tola ail is cnangeatus inueea it is to tne
outward view. By daylight at this moment
one sees the mountain burning and smoking
not on toe top, out a nine more than nait
way up, as if there were great coal-pits there,
and I am told the crater Into which we de
scended three years ago, is utterly torn away
Horrible Death—A Farmer Dragged to
Death by a Runaway Horse.
William Dewall. a farmer of Lake Hill. N.
Y., a day or two ago, came to his end under
the most painful circumstances. He had been
plowing corn in one of his fields, in sight
oi nis dwelling, during tne forenoon, and
wnen caned to dinner by bis wife unhitched
his horse from the plow, threw the traces
over his back and mounted it to ride to the
house. Just as he woe passing a brook that
ran across the way, one of the traces slipped
down, the ohatn end of it wound closely
around his ankle and its hook caught in
una. uis none was a spirited animal, and
immeriately grew unmanageable: first it
threw him from its back and then started off
at full speed, drawing him along on the
ground. After it ran to the barn and around
it several times, Mrs. Dewall saw the dread
ful condition of her husband, and hastened
out to his relief, but this only frightened the
animal the more, and, turning in another di
rection, jumped over wood-pile, causing
dreadftil mutilation of Mr. De wall's body,
and then ran off for a distance of two miles
before any one could, slop it Tha appear
ance of Mr. Dewall s person was horrid in the
extreme. In the flight of the horse he had
been literally torn and crushed to pieces.- His
head was a mangled mass. Along the way
ne naa Dee a araggea, aesh ana blood were
seen. When taken up he was altogether
Appraianoi or Cattli Dibiasi in Con-
nsctioct. The Hartford Pret states that
the pleuro-pneumoma is believed to have
broken out in the fine herd of Durham cattle
belonging to Thomas Fowles, of Farmington.
ur. last spring, purcnasea a yoke ot oxen
from near North Brookfield. Mass. This
yoke he blared with about twenty others
the herd In a secluded pasture in Burlington.
For some weeks the herd had been sickly.
and as far as the Cattle Commissioners can
determine, tney have the genuine pleuro
pneumonia. Home of the cattle have died,
and others can not recover..
I - ' . - .
A Convirtip Robbir Rbviaib Sour or
His Boott. A correspondent of the Lincoln
(Me.) Advertiser states that about one thou
sand dollars worth of watches and jewelry,
which were stolen from the store of Gardner
Walker, in Wiscassett, some three years
since, have been found In a damaged condi
tion, ouriea in tn eann at rv ooiricn. i
robber, John Bicbywas sentenced to the State
rrison tor seven years: but lately experienced
a religious change, and disclosed where the
gooas were concealed --i-- '
Diatb or A Companion or thr Pops. M.
Philllppe le Bas, who died recently in Paris,
was one of the Guards of Honor of Napoleon
I, in 1814. At that time each room in the
barracks was occupied by two soldiers, and
the room-mate of M. Le Bias Was Mastal
Ferreti, then also one of the Guards
Honor to Napoleon I, but now better known
I rope rius ia.
A Clap or Tbdnpbr troh a Char Sky,
At Danvers. Mass. while there was a clear
bright sky overhead, a flag-staff was strnck
by lightning and completely shivered. The
cloud from which the lightning was supposed
to have come did not reach the Portion of the
sky above the town until nearly two hours
Kossctb in Paris. The Paris correspond
ent of the Brussels Iford mentions a report
tnat nossuin uaa arnvea in raris. at naa
taken no open part in ths publio affairs since
the peace of Villafranca, but no one supposes
that be has been inactive. His attention bas
been mainly directed to the state of things
Hungary, i nis family are m ttwitteriand.
Tbr Enolisb Abut Borrowin. trou tbr
Frbnob. The Duke of Cambridge. Comman-
der-in-chlef of the British forces, has just
issued a circular oraeringevery Kngush army
regiment to practice the mauauvers of
rrencn ugnt infantry, tu. recent campaign
in Italy having demonstrated the. advantages
oi tuufsuetnou .
mB-.'ii in n-i -i -ii.
Hatcbino Hins.A man who lives in the
vicinity of New York sayst - "Three of
nens sat upon sixty eggs, and- natcnea nt ty
four of them. Six other hens batched ninety
two chickens, and 'all are doing as well
could be expected.' So he has from nine
hens 116 chickens. 1 i.jv-,. .i,. .
I - ' - . : : .i:
Spurious Frrsb1 Bottrr. The Fall River
(Mass.) Nev is informed, by good authority.
that it is the practice or certain ambitious
ana enierorisinir agriculturists, in : tnat
cinity, to buy old butter in Vermont, take
nome, nave ll worked over, and then sell
in market for new batter.- ''
Finals Aip ob thi Abut, Tba Official
Gatttu of Turin says: "A lady of Paris, who
wishes ber name not to be divulged, has
to the King's Government, through its con.
I suiate, the sum or Bauuu francs, toward
I trnftliua n, llll WAV. I . rm "
l f,.- m vj , in, ...'.,, ,
' A Skaki tn a Hydbabtt PuR-.The other
day while one of the members of a family
reaiuing in aioany,, jn, i , was drawing
water, a black snake four and a half inches
long pasted from the pipe into the pitcher.
This should, he a caution not t. arluk tn
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
Arrival of the Great Eastern.
New York, June 288 A. M. The Great
Eatttrn has arrived, and is now lying at ths
lanrfy 'Sfoot, June 58 ! 0:30 A. M. The
steamship Ortat Eatttrn came Into the Light
ship at half-past seven o'clock this morning.
She left the Needles at tea A. M.. on the 17th,
and with the exception of two days, she has
experienced fine weather.
She has forty-two passengers, among whom
are George Wilkes, Esq., of Wiiku't Spirit
of the Timet, and several of the Company.
She steamed the entire passage, ranging
from two hundred and fifty-four to three
hundred and thirty-three miles per twenty
four hours. Her engines were not stopped
until she was off George's Shoal for sound
ings. She came in a route south-east direct
to the Light-ship, where she was boarded by
onr ship-news collector and Mr. John Van
Duzen, of the pilot-boat fVuAtrtatoii Ao. 4. a
business partner of Admiral Murphy, who
went to Southampton for ths ship.
She was received when reaching the Light
ship, by Capt. Cosgrove, with a salute and
the dipping of colors, and as the mist blew
away, all the vessels In sight set their bunt
ing and cheered her.
She now lies near the bar,' and will not
Sass over until three o'clock P. M, ' She is
rawing twenty-seven feet of water aft, and
will be trimmed to an even keel before cross
The following Is the number of miles made
per day! On the 17th, 285; 18th, 298: 19th
and 2 th, 276: 21st, 304; 22d, 280: 23d. 302;
24th, 299; 25th, 325; 26tb, 333; 27tb, 234. .
From one of the passengers we obtain the
following Information: - i
xnere are thirty-eight passengers ana eignt
guests, all in the best of health, and have
been so during the entire voyage, wnicn nas
been a particularly fine one and full of in
terest. It bas demonstrated th. Great Eatt
trn' superiority at' a sea-going vessel, and
the excellence and reliability of her ma
chinery. The highest speed attained was
tourteen ana a bait Knots, rue snip not
torn is very foul, and an allowance or at least
two Knots an nour suouia oe anowea on mat
occount. The distance from Southampton,
aa usually steamed is three thousand one
hundred and ninety miles, but, to avoid the
ice, she went farther south.
List of Pastengert. General Watkins, Col,
Harrison, Major F. Btlfone, Captain Drum
mond, Captain Carregie, Captain McKinnon;
Cap tul n Morrion, R. N.; Mr. and Mrs. Goock,
J. S. Oakford, J. S. Roebuck, G. Wilkes, N.
A. Woods, F. R. McRenzie, Mr. and Mrs.
Stainthorpe, Miss Herbert, Mr. Barber, C. H.
Field, R. Morson, G. Hawkins, L. Simpson,
F. Hubbard, Rev. M. Lenschny, H. S. Taylor,
a. D. Brooks. T. Harnbv. H. Merrifield. H.
Mann. N. H. Wells. H. Save. M. Juravetoff.
J. Juraveloff, Professor Deresford, D. Ken
nedy. N. E. M. Taylor. Z.Golnurn, N. 8.
Russell, J. E. Skinner, A. Holley and H. N.
. ine jiananc would sail on tne zorn, and
among the passengers engaged was John C.
utKuau, uia Aiucimu ruuisu
Foreign News by the Great Eastern.
Paris. June 16. The Emoernr was re
ceived at Baden by the Grand Duke, and met
a sympathetic reception in passing through
me town. 1
Mtttina, June 10. The Secret Commit
tee of this town is in correspondence with
The insurrection In Calabria Is denied.- n.
Cataina was evacuated. Several officers
and a party of Neapolitan soldiers deserted,
and returned to Palmero, whence they were
sent to Calabria.
Florence. June 16. It is reported that
Baron Riescoli is about to resign the Gover
nor-Generalship of Tuscany.
jural, vune io. inouvenai is concerting
ith Count Cavour a line of policy to be fol
lowed by tbe governments of Franc and
Sardinia in common, in reference to Sicilian
It is stated that dispatches have been re
ceived in Paris from Baron Brenner, stating
mat a revolution is imminent in .Maples. -
London, June 16. Tbe Weekly Prett states
that the great powers have discovered
scheme on the part of Russia and France to
give the Danubian province to the Grand
Duke of Leuschtenberg and also says Russia
and Austria refuse to recognize the annexa
tion of Tuscany to Sardinia. - '" -
frnssia escaped the obligation or s refusal
by asking Cavour , not to announce it offi
cially; also says . that Napoleon is about to
claim, as compensation due France, in con
sideration of the new territory which Gari
baldi's success will add to the House
Savoy, that Genoa, the province of Nice, and
the Island of Sardinia; should be annexed to
France, i '
Pbilaprlphia. June 27. The difficulties
under which tbe Democratic party of Penn
sylvania is to labor in consequencu of the
Baltimore spin is aireaay oecommg ciesriy
manifest in this city, where tbe feelings be
tween tbe office-holders and non-office-hold
ers is very bitter,
Last evening tne uity nxecuuve Uommit-
tee held ai meeting to take action for a ratifi
cation meeting, wnen a division took piece
respecting which ticket should be ratined.
and immediately adjourned, without coming
to a settlement, ,, ,. , .,. ... ,,. j..:: -
This evening the Douglas portion of the
Committee held a meeting under a call
eight ot the memoers, including Alderman
Mc Mullen, Ten ot the twenty-tour members
of the Committee were present, and agreed
to noia a mass meeting on oaturaay night
ratify the Douglas ticket.
The Chairman of tbe Committee publishes
a card declaring tha call of this meeting
A can ior a mass meeting on uonaay night
to ratify the nomination of Breckinridge and
Lano, will be published in the morning pa
pers, promising Senators Fitipatrick and
Bonjamin, and Messrs. Cunning and Burnet
as speakers. The call is unsigned.
The Democratic atate Committee will meet
on Monday,, when the preference of
Electors will be obtained. A proposition,
strongly urged tiy the Breckinridge men,
to run Douglas aod Breckinridge on a united
Electoral ticket, the Eleotors pledged to fairly
represent the ratio vote in the College. Tbe
Electors, previous to the nomination, wer.
understood to preftr Mr. Breckinridge as
regular nominee, but their present prefer
ences are believed to be in favor of tha. nom
inee of the majority of 'the regular' 'Conven
tion,.., I , ' "
- Madison, Ind. Juris 2eWAt the Democratic
Convention of the Third District, held at Co
lumbus yesterday, Kev,.Wm.. M. Duly
oumiuaiea to vongress. .
Resolutions Indorsing the nomination
Douglas were adontsdJ ml ' ii;''-w
loxoo AD, N. tu, run. 2. lb JJouglas
demonstration, last night, was the most
ive- and enthusiastic ever witnessed here,
Rumferd Hall was overflowed early Ih
evening, and the masse. sdiourAed to State"
house Square. The speaking was kept. -up1
till a late hour, and the firing of cannons
uontinued till daylight. ' ".'
St. Louis, June 28. At the Douglas ratifi
cation meeting, lagt , nlghl,twpewcheeiwer.
made by deiegutes to the ualbmore Convenr.
tion, including General Clark, who voted
n , , , a.,,.vi-.I ...1
isougias onir on tne last onuot. xtpsoiutions
were, passed.o indorsing. iAhe nominee- "Ana
noo-lnterventiory uThars WM A large atteaai.
. Nsw York, June ?Th.orkliat ,mai
between ih. 8L, George s Rud Kings County,
Clubs, yesterday, WaS 'Wob by the former
with i ecus, inaing "n- fortylrht runs
spare, against two innings of ths lattsr,
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Don ANTONIO vm LdlUSVALLUS. oo of th.
tnustt lDnt DhTwiomru In MasIoo Ana 8Min. tber
dlncoTrd ft remedy la on of th Mttxicau piantt.
and fouod only in Son thorn Mexico, that remuvM, aa
U by naglo, all tba n eal Ulnt rr--m tba rqrsjUm,
In tha primary or acondary foim Syphilis), In tb
wont Uf, parmaneotiy oin-4 lu a vary naiirt time. ,
and tb .fts torn thoroufbiy olftanaed and pur, u
If It had nevtur bn oontaniinatffd by that wu at of
all aiMaaoa, Syphllti Scrofula, Lprty and all
ainda of corruption uf tn bliod and 41rm- of tb '
kin removad Mrmanantly andomokly by thia oow-
rfnladiesntand aid of natnr. ,rlfiican Bjwclflo.' '
no one qmi u naauea u m hsmvoq, tuia tuntir ,
tjrtara of tha Inquiiltioa.and robWl tf hit laot
dollar, and rttlU not cured. Dr. Calvin alo bval all
Kind of Gbrouto niiaifw witn irut anccvja-. mi-
lejuaonly tu aay aa ail dtaaauM ar treatad frsj -
of chare. cpt by ipaclai contract srQ4 at a
dUtaaa can b tnaud by asndiuc oorract atat-
mant of tbair cax by latter, aud ten oauu la
MMtaum AtaniM. Ua.11 on ornddiasta
Uli. Vina-atrAAstt. baitWeMiD niLhsuid filxth sitrtj.
ua tiaoip. uau on or aaa,- ir ualvin,
UinctnoaU, Ohio. Now ia tba tl ma to-morrow may
Thi feWbaa located permanently in the oltr.
and oan at all tl mea be found at hie otfloe,
tf3ud for Circular. . ,
: No. 2U3 Tine-street. ,
" 1 : tmyAfrarl
JVSTe RIOIITIQ FEB HTBAMBR
rs.pob feet Tenneaeee Bed Cedar, aad Ibraala
at very W prlcea. . . ,
6.000 Cedar Fenne Foete I '
j.OOO l.ooust Fence Foeui
AO. 000 Feet Keuciuj B.rdai
. Ordui. fur Cedar Buanu, Juiata, Peats, Flooring, -IB.,
filled at ebort notioe
liio,nou ft. eeaa'd IX aod I in. lal em. Ptae titimberf
lto.ooo ft. auaa'd 1, IH. 2 aud S lu. clear do. do. ;
tuo.ouo ft. aecond and third emmut do. do. I ' '
euu.oug ft. Flue, Poplar, Oak aud Uemlovk Joists ami
Scantling! r -
AU wall seaeoned, aod will be Bold low for caah, or
en abort time, to aiakaroom fur new sloes, hp
" i Thoa, W. rarrln & Co.,
Wholesale .nd fletsil Lumber Oa.l.r
: sPAT Yard en Freeman-etreet, opposite George '
aad next to O., H . and D. B. B. AVpot. joi
M. r.-oook & co r
' j" 'kj f ." ' l! "'.'-
portent tmroyemonto, and to meet tne aenjana t'r a
food, lowprloed Family Machine, have Intrwrlnoed a
NEW bTYlK, wiirktiieupon tbe name p-rincipl, and
nuiklns the same atltcb. thoiiah nut ao hisnly An
bfoltnii'i-.l ; panniimai n ' " ' " 11 '"'
6B1UT WESTERN PLAMNfi Mitt ' V
. m WHTTKWATEIt OANALi ,,J
BtTWIIN F ureal AMD BfXTH-STillrrtt, OIX. ' '
M.ui . -1 j t cmtiATI. OHIO. jJll,i,i..,iu,-..jr,u
rTla?t?y abanS.nl? lundlu? iJAhe'ciu.Sd. ,,, ,,,
turned our attention to prepHnAuildlni malerula l! m
tbat .uir bk
J dituar u.oiipsitoolf b aai otwi
! hMubii.fiBi.nt in the t,t.
Wa auw manufacture Veueera or all SmrlpHona,
nd keep on hand au aeain-tmHut of M.Airfanv, hue.-. .
rood. Walnut Aud Oak Vedeeral'Aleo7!lue Baoklug -
I -,. A
L - 1 ?"u, "ini-iiwiiai, , in -i ,i u. l
Bed Cedar, ot Aoa ouaIIu,. which w o-n sell its
i-. s.-'ws nave just r.HV' si rorty tnousand feet or
tnaa it nas erer ooen polo tur la, tula mr
, - i , ..i-.i.p I" . - I'"'. '-r-irutS-tf 11
fC;4, W. BOWLER, 2Z' A"'
.JXjp..k... I Bi; jn iaiA.1 nd in ..rii.,flrSiii,ub
"7"atBxrlRXAaX-w S-Siw-Arwvataa..'' :
vnvinni',! - - w
nBOFEAriOR .11 THE VBTEHlVAlll Y1 ''""'
R ToCciqA or bunu.iijis... ou,i, r.iatti
tuxtBVAUBett UeW.tr Mala aud tt'ilout, Cuciuiiati; .
Int. i , I v 'ii-i. ifunSAmrwliri
BALDWIN, Ii-.mh. i,
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