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CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS
la (kihllAtioll datlp (Bnnrtan Dot anoeetea') By
HIiJNIlY It II in I J c CO.,
errics tinb-tbebt, ovr. etKroa-potma.
Till 0IN01KN ATI DAI LT PBKSS to delivered I
subscribers la Olnrtnnatt, rjovtngtoa Bad
. arnrandlng titles and towas, e
' the Tin(T low y"'
0 price or i
' R1TIN CENTS A
- ' PAYABLE Trt CABEIBB.
PYfewe BfflfbW--Nfne;le fTt., k rente; 1 1
AjOeenMl month., ; I reer, l 50.
T1F0GKAP1IICAL UNION 1 KO.
To Miami Grove.
rvMie crtNrirVNATi TTronRjiPHrrAi.
M. UNhiNaiv niekinft arrangement t wlrt
t Im Fourth of July hi An appropriate manner, by an
.vfliirainn lit kl I t H I iJUllVL t.nl..iBa aniUa
1-wn tit river, ana cordially invite aUwlwvfchto
t. lob rat the any to yccotnpany them.
BRANDT'S CORNET BAND,
'Iim.Mlne ofHIXTKEN St I'HUII AHK. with Brl
i. fm mnu .unii iiiucu ut, im iimb ihw.iv vu uie.
The large, epleiitlid and mmmodlong New
Vrl-ana wwni(M-ninipr MADI80H has been
eppclally clinrtvtnl lor till occatlon.
oomhttee or luusnun.
j'. .i. iiniin. , rum, i. wrimm.
O, If, noe,
II. V. Miller,
1 Iteo. 1 hrpe,
' :l. Hamee,
W. K. nillMals,
Jiih. 0. ifire,
'. I. II Long,
'. II. Fouler.
I'. D. M Katun,
N. T. Yanehn, J.J. Mnntngnler,
.inine pt-nnr, Aug. ifonnplly,
Win. A. Hakrr, K. T. Carroll,
W. Wilmington, A.Q. Htieeell. '
W.W. Wi adder, O. B. Klilennnr,
II II. Trrh.T, Kraak W. Mo..,
WiWin Howell, J. 8. Tnwillneon,
i.o.WPiuwonu, A. u.yianuer,
C. 11. Wliltn, P. r. tphm,
o. w. steep,
J. E. Inalea.
P. If. l-achliiar.
1. W. Cnlhr,
t.ru. J. Baoh,'
II. (i. Mih.-i
J. P. Tonnf,
; A. ft. Vurty,
A. K. Cutting-, , t.P. KATaiiaiurh.
JAMF.S RANDEItB. Chlaf.
C. Feank Siikldox, AiMlaUut thie f. . , ... ,
Tlin lmnt will laava tlia look Af Walnutit. at 7
nV.lock fur Covington -atid Aawport, aud rot urn tn
vninHinc. ; inonca to ineiooioi weMtrn-row ana
l'ittli-j.r unit tliMiu in tlu, f:rtvM. . -
AMT Tickets l-To be bad of the fammHto of
fir Arratigt'mema, and at tba comitlna-rooma or tha
Kmiulrer, Timed and PruMof O. H. WaAhabanah,
iixutte nfiwH-rooniiand at the boat on tha mornlng
. .'I me runriu. . . .
tJoriAT PICNIC-TO IKK G1TEN ON
? r.tJK r.nuA i, Juiy 4, at v v hUAH
. fltVK.-Th undertnl womM r
ttDAr.tritllr annrnuice U their frinU.l
mid tliH BubUc,cnvnUly, Uiat tbaj i
, The oummtxlioiu nnd ftplendid tamr M AR8 haa
tKM-n inirHr''il fur tlia ficraii.on. ami will leara the
liHiwuf UilHit-at. at 7o'o.ook iirvctraly, mod after
niHKiiiH riiB n4oaflpiiry lanninnfl, one win pnacwa 10
me imjhu.iiui grov Hnvettiwu inline up tn river,
A. B(MI. H. flTKVKNS.
J. JUilNBOIT. H. V. HAMMEB,
J V WF.NTWOltTH.
Floor Manaqf.u. A. HarrltHin, O. Bnnnrll.S, D.
llftnirN. .1. E.AErrfiMir. J. Ynlcpr. J. Prtcmon. K. HaxAn.
Hmith, M. Brunifll, II. A. Ilftmilton, M. BoImt,
I, ii. ntirtintu. jviuinnun, r, tfium, jr., n. nuiii
iima, L. Kollin. J. The.'l.nt.l, H. 8tM'ffr, W. Wbur
toy, A. AntM-him, m. X.ut, a. 1'atteraon.
TK !K KTH llNK IHII.I.AR.
. Wm. MuDuuAid'i Uundrilla Band U engTd for
JL Jh third grnud unit roil I'lUNIOfor the Beaont
fthfl tlrnhaii. will oome off on the FOUItTH OV
JULY, it (he Ludlow GroTe. Tfrkete, $1: admit tin
a ffmnirmian auti laay. urn vui leave in u. n
'nnd I). K. It. Dtipot at 7H and 8 '4 o'clock A. M .. am!
1 o'clock P. M., to onrry pt(mh to the Rronnd
M'nrtr'i Cornet and String Bud of Huaic are ea-
uAttvd for the occiuluii.
Noticb to LiQuoa Vr,M PERU. The Committee
'AfraiifCPrntnl of the above l'knfc do hereby notify
mi Hi) nor vfcnnerg ilia, tuft Ait oi tatoxioatinc an dm
will poeitivttly be prohibited on the irounda, or
ilie luiniwliate1 virinity. PereotM infrtnainf apon
the HtitMii ii the Committee will subject uiauiMlvee
tli rink if ItHviiiat their liauAira dulrnvad. and
tfieninrlvHa dMmrrod froin any participation in the
j!7.tt SAW . r J. KKE8IlAy,'Chalrmt.n,
, mrrtTirE.-THR national thjtca'pkr
W FB) II" 'Vt I'T rTIIV I"C (U3 OallUTOT PfTAAr"II , l , A wn-
rtrlctil PcrftirraniicpH, ItHliwn, (teratan or Hurlue
i , rerun, Atv, drc,,and may be bad on reaaonabln terxua.
. vi tiae nisu or woea ir pariiiani.ai'PV
National Tbeatnr Build. nic,
: . . ' a i ,. i.
' AND" . ,.
OUT OP THE WILDERNESS,
HfUNTEtt'S AH llANGEIttBNT THIRD
m. iLatuuu jtut lMtiea. trie & canta,
JOHN CHURCH, JR.,
00 WEST FOURTH-RT,
aT-l,l) MKDAI. IIANH-THB BKHT
AMWH1UA. rUck ftUrunn'fl(or
Hew York) powf-rlnl toned douli
Krann-nninii i;onnort 1'ianoa.
utMtncwd br hint. Thalberaanrl
eraac ariinta tna mi m exmienoe
tence - r-
.Wa will sell Lower tur cars I. than any other dealer
riauoe and Mtdoilouns tuned and repaired
tliorouslily. Piano to let at from $4 to liBnrUar
wr. nunicai iiuuriimeuu wuinc at nau-vric
not buy or rtnt a Piano until you have called and
nedUveabove. . . , ,
vtti ninTi m niwu., Boie Ainiiwmi
Plnno lJnalora and Hakert.
9o. tn W. Kifth-.tr., near Plui.
OHIO WU1TE SCLI'IILR SPBINGS
Delaware County, Ohio,
i)PEN TffVlSJTORS'SEtKING HEALTH dR PLUSURE,
FROM JUNS TO OCTOBER.
TICKKTS FOR THI ROUND TRIP,
M.t. wr l.lltlo Miami Kailroail anil (llnclnnali.
HaniTltol, nnd Durton llailroad, at TiiiO A. At.,
!9rinM-neltl tu Wluu, Sulphur titullou.
Tiok?t for llm Hound Trip, 86, pnr.llttle Miami
nilmLil. at r,:iaaiui tuA. Mniidll 1. M.. and
imt Cincinnati, liainlltou and Dayton Uailruad,
7i:iU A. at., via tioiiiuuMu u xjawia venter, r
. j'or roouia or other iuionuatioa, addreaa :
A. WILSON, JR.,
.White Sulphur Poatofflce,
u t yn ui i uaiiuiuMii
laware County, Ohio.
THE YELLOW SPB1XGS BOUSE I
-mniinfRnTaV kkpt by cm., mtt.t.h
m 1. uow optu lor tht reception of gueau, under
tue airoctiou oi ,
LATK OV PHILADELPHIA, PA.
proprfator wiliapara no palnl togtve
'entire atiracfioi! to all who nm
lion i aii who may lavor mm wan
favor blm with
their ptitronage. lie li datarmlDed to keep a Aral
a-liuM hiiijH In HVurv Tvins. and. hv noderata
vhargs and etrlct atientioQ to rh enfirt of gneata,
to uierit a lilperal share of public patronage. jJ4H
DR. MEItIT WEL.I4S,
1Bentali;oixk(rR infiiimahy, n
M.W uutji.Kua.-ni :ita.ai i . ieiween bixui
WveutU and Vina and liace. Olnttinnall, Ow
MAT OP PHICK8 roR PLAT! WORK t
Pull upper or lower eeU of teeth ooutinuoue gnat
440, goid, W f TOlcanlf, Wi Ut,91A. ..,
-ROOFING I ROOnNO!
nrvifR niTrr)AT.T Kf.AMTrfT MKTATaT.TI
ltl.Ori N(J in .ilfiiredLn tliu rubllr, ah the bout an
r huaptuit Mo tul Boof now tMod, He meriu haviug
Vwtea of UU oiporieitcb 01 years iu line cuj sua
rlnliy. Ai)pll"il to tint or tp, old or new build-
Intra. Biu s-ddnr need nwtuiiud Hecurelr wunoul
PrpAn4 Mhettta, oxtd (or ehlptient to any part
urn so sua utuvu ui vu oiciuou.
roMnxl atlifMtla. lioxttd tut ahiDtiet
i Huitttd HtattMi, can be applied by any one wither
....... ......I. ..1 alrUI flnlra nM.iimtlRr HIImJ.
J alVWMVW. a.tas . - K- W V
nylA-tf " - - l' '' i88 Weet Bwoinid-Htreet,
Fruit-Can Ocment !
It CLOrIN.:ANX( JtUD, BOTT
l..iral,Mrn. .lalh Of-thH lllirilM. HouMi
mau'inw tor, j ,u
os a)ath of -the llnniel
JAMUMJ. bliiLEB, Aieat,
Vaa lurpir anr quanmr a ioW ariuaa.
1 1 liuyUVHUubfwi
!'! "' - .M4 ' -!' ' 1 ' -.
VOT III, NO. 126.
CINCINNATI. SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 30, 1860.
PRICE ONE CENT.
... . . 1
1.10 A. M , 1 A. M. aa II P. At. UoIbibbos Ac-
eon, .aodatloB, 4 P. at. Xenla Aconmmodatlon,
UlROINMATI, HaMII.TOH AMD DaVTOB IT mlnnlee
feeler than l llr tlBW.I A. ., Ti3 A. ., wilt
M. and S P. M. HanlltoB AcflummndatkHi, H A.
and 3iS P. H.
Onto a Mtaaisaim (11 ailnata alower than
CHr tlmA 4J9 A. M. and Si33 P. M. Loalirlll.
iKDIAIArOLIt Ut OlKCIKKATI RhoET-LiNB 111
mlantaa alafrar tkan Utr m,J Si4 A. At,, lliJO
at. and P. M.
M AEIETTA ABB OtBOIIIBITt (T nlnnlKB nwtar thaa
Cttf Unw, ilS A. M. and 3i3 P. M.- -
ODTiBnna UauManrn-lVUf Una,! Si43 A.
It. and UitiS P. at
.OlBKIKBATI, BlCBItOKa ABB iBDIUArolIB- A.
M.,i3P. At., OP. At.
lama Mhmi-8i A. At ., 8 A. At.,' 1 li4 A. M.
and 4i4 P. At.
Omo abb Miniwim-7i30 A. At., lili'iS P. It.
and wt.1v P. At.
CtrmaNATt, Vabultsk abb Dattok Ti43 A. kl.,
10,40 A. H., 1 P. It., SiUO P. at., Ti.15 P. At. and
BilSP. M. ' '
iNBIAMABOtlB ABB ClBOlBKATI J Oil 3 A. At.,
P. At. and 'J P. it.
AtABlBTTA EBB tJiBOIIIHATI 134 A. At. Bad
OlTTNOT" abb Lbxibotom 10t33 A. At. and
4l.?MtV At.. r -
OlNOlBBATt, RirBMOMD IBB IBDIENANI.U 7t43
A. At.,lP. M., SiSwP. At. , , ,
A tbirtr-aeven nound mnscalontra wan
taken in the St. Lawrence River, a few days
tt rs said that the Prince of Wales.' while
in this country, will BO to Red River for a
Life is a journey, and they only who have
traveled a considerable way in it are fit to
direct mose wno are setting out.
The London Field says that about 480.000
people were on the course during the 'Derby
aay at me late upgom races. . , - .
'The registry of births and deaths in London
for the last week in May, shows 1,517 births
ana l.uu aeains.
The total number of registered electors In
Great Britain is stated by a recent official re
turn vo uo l,uii,uia. 5 ; j 1 4 t
Street railroads are to be Introduced In
Birkenhead, opposite Liverpool, under the1
.1 : . : r W A. 1- v ar 1.
utrcvuuu vi at, xmiu, ui nuw tuta,
A woman Poll v Ann' Ririo-e. committed
suicide from jealousy, a few days since, in
. . J r : , e .
isasnvuie, renn., oy taking laudanum.
Don't touch the lute when drums are re-
sounding. A wise man remains silent while
loots are sneaking.
Truth is never' drowned: in vain you
plunge her beneath the water she always
rises to toe lurtace.
Hon. George Bancroft has at last consented
to deliver the oration at the anniversary
Perry's Victory, in Cleveland, September 10.
If yon are too timid to lav your hands on
the girl to avhom you are making love, she
win biiiua. juu arc aa uuiuviiuk; uiuusuar.
nnmmunicatinn is now nerfect from Nan.
tucket, Mass., to the main land by submarine
Timothy Riordan, convicted. In Pittsburg,
Peon., of mnrder in the second degree, for
killing Patrick Goring, was sentenced, last
H. M. ship SuliHoa has been selected for
tne purpose oi matting a complete Burvey
the route of the proposed North Atlantic
Henry Prill, convicted, in Somerset County.
Penm, of the murder of Eli Weimer, with
whose wile be had formed a criminal inti
macy, was hung on Friday.
A maenificeot silver service was presented
to Hon. Gerard Stith, the retiring Mayor
Mew Orleans, by a number ol nts inenas,
lew oays since. :
The Saratoga (N. Y.) JVew says that Mr.
Phillips, residing in that village, shot a black
snake on Sunday, which measured seven feet
A young American in Paris, who recently
followed a ear lorette home, believing
baa made a conquest, wag rouoea oi wu
ner aouse. -, , , . t -(
' One great difference) between Japan and
the United States is. that if you insult a man
there, he rips his own bowels out, while
you insult one Here, ne rips out yours.
In Boston, i the other morning, a - man
laboring under oMrium tremeni wasfouud
hanging by his hands to the eaves of a three-
One day this week. Jesse Adams, of BoggB
Township. Peon., died from the effects ot
boil, which came out on a point of bis chin
snort time previous. '
"' A nipe of gin and sixteen casks of ram
were seised br the authorities in Worcester,
Mass,, the other day, at the freight depot
tne Boston ana Worcester nauroau.
Tha Jananeus at New York have ordered
small copy of Thorpe's painting of the Falls
of Niagara, which they Intend to take home
, ' ' . ' ' '
xjiui.uci auuauiu u.w. -
' , . . ,
"It's sot a saw-mill on one aide and
gnst-mrtl on t'other, and a blacksmith shop
in the middle; and down in the cellar there
i , . . v.; I ; aii . 1. . .;mtt
IB WATIUtMUU hLICaW, put MWlllUa Ml "UV muiwi
, Harriet Uwtinean ays that cats may
Srevented from killing cbicbens by tying
ead chicken to the neck of the cat that
acquired this habit, and Obliging her to drag
tl around tor two or uree uays. - .
' 'Thd three celebrated race-horses,' "Planet
"Congaree," and "Daniel Boone," have been
entered in- a sweepstakes fur $5,000, to be
on the Fashion Course, Long Island, during
the coming autumn.
Frank, Eastman, eleven yeara old, of Gil-
rmun, ceiiiUMit,re,.ii wn, w.
mantown Corner. N. H.. while playing on
OX can, recently, war mi u w u w uio gruuuu.
and the wheel passing over his neck, killed
Dim instantly. -.. vjmi .'i ---j;; -i
The Reading (Pa.) QaitlU says there
fourteen oOices in the gift of the people
Lancaster-County, this fill, for which there
are no less than eighty-two candidates,
one party alone, i V( r( ,
The Japanese are said to be quite tolerant
in niliirtoiui matters. If ther are so. it is well
for them that their stay here is brief, for they
would boob, become infected with our intol
erance. , . , r , r, i .. - , . . ,.. . ' .
The New Yorkers are said to be anxious
hurry the Japanese off. because the "bar
barians," by their superiority in morals
manner, put the enlightened Gothamital
tie uiusn. . i . ; . ,.
' The Court of Common Fleas, Of Lancaster,
Penn.. recently decided that widows and sin
gle women, engaged In store-keeping, whose
annual sales do not exceed l&OO, are exempt
rout tuw meroBmiui leut..
A man in Syracuse, If. Y. has opened
billiard saloon, and devotes it during a
of trie-week to the use of the fair sex. Billiard-playing
it healthful exercise
The Harbor of Sevastopol-The Malakoff
The Harbor of Sevastopol-The Malakoff The Ruins of the War.
X tonlgn correirfvoriuont of , tha Phila
delphia Evening Bulletin" Writes thui In A
recent letter r ' ' ' '
The harbor of SeTAgtonol ! much like the
Oolrlen Hum An arm of the aen, a mile wide,
running tip a mile or two, between high ttn
woorten hanVa. It la nne nf those plArng dos
tinetl, ore would think, for a crrcnt city, and
wnicn win come some oay. kokiia mwic it
as it war m a threat nnd point of departure
DOlnt Of denarllire I
againm i iirney; ana Diueny lias sne paid lor l
u,ii. wi'v " i.ui e.viu,
between lonir stretches of once sntendid
houses, halls, and temples, all ruined and
fallen open to the sky; crosaed aver by other
streets in the same -condition ruin so
complete that Pompeii itself scorns no more a
city or tne aean man uocs sevaetoiioi we
arrived at tha raj as of the docks, which are
now grass-grown, every vestige or masonry
having disapieared. It Is bard to imagine
how such immense masses could have been
destroyed, even with the use of gunpowder.
UI Fort Alexander, opposite Constantine, not
a vestige remains, i ne wans ineioimg tneac
docks are still stannine. vet pierced every
where by cannon halls and defitced hy grape.
oevastoiol Is leartui in its desolation.
we then rode to the cemetery ot the Knt
lish and the hill of Malakolf. The whole
ground around is plowed -by shot and shell;
the tower, a pun or ruins, juany men are
yet employed four years atter in gather
ing the masses of iron the poor harvest of
the bloody sowers and the work is not yet
none, tins mil, tne nigncst near tne town,
and whose ' possession caused the instant re-
trmtui uio ivuaaiiHiif, IB iiui. iuuuu ti(iirr or
more coraruaudine than the others, and it is
no wonder the Allies not near Ittrer so
long in finding it to be the key of the posi
tion. I gathered grape and Hinie balls, anil
for ages will every upturned turf tell this
story of almost superhuman courage and de
votion, The cemeteries are in good order,
yet' the' frosts of spring have already done
mucn to remove tne memorials oi tnose gal
lant fellows who laid down their lives there.
Thence around to the Fourth Russian Bas
tion, where we saw mines made by Todleben,
and countermines by the French. The terri
ble artillery of the French were here advanced
to less than one hundred yards or trie Hus
sions! Of oourea nothing human could stand
such a fire; bat the fall of the Malnkoff made
it at once untenable, and the Russians made
their glorious Tetreat perhaps the most
glorious in history. I saw here rocks which
bad been thrown up by these ; enormous
mines. The maenitude of these operations
here is almost overpowering.- How was it
possible for the French ever to get so near,
with sucn murderous artillery, in tne race oi
unlimited number and skill on the part of the
Kussians. we saw the held ot inkerraann.
"a near thine," as every Englishman says, and
wul. .mnnrikv 1 1, n t" ri r. I i u 1, nn.rlAr, mnrlrnrl
bv the ruins of huts, by a road running in a
fiictniesque ravine with rocky sides, pierced
n ages far remote with graves. Then re
turning, with our minds filled with these pic
tures ot desolation, it needed not anotner
view of this dead city,' of its roofless' walls
and fallen structures, to realize the total de
struction of Sevastopol,
Qbaxd Amphithiatir or Snowy Hills.
A letter dated at Sukum Kale, in Circassia,
contains 'this description: , .
This harbor is amid an amphitheater of
snowy mountains, such as can not be seen in
all Switzerland. Elhrons, one hundred miles
off, is conspicuous. It is near eighteen thou
sand feet high, and has many compeers. All
alone, as far as the eye can distinguish, these
snowy giants extend on the left; we face the
tioitom ot tout roaasteau, ana an aiong uie
right, for many a league, si retches another
chain alike in grandeur. This is the most
wonderfnl point of view on the sea level that
can be: conceived or. me snores, are low
bat the hills rise very soon, and are followed
I by range upon range, till the high mountains,
rise up darkly in -the distance, till tha eye
meets the line of the snow, sparkling and
gleaming in tne morning sun.
A Dandy Roibsjd fob His Asscamoe.
During a recent severe shower a man was
walkintr down Broadway, in New lork,
sheltering himself under a large family nm-
hrella, when a young dandy, weu-Kuown in
fashionable circles, thought to improve the
opportunity. He hurriedly accosted the
stranger, inquiring for his health, family, Ac,
and proceeded to narrate an adventure
his. By toe tune no nau conciuuca tne story
be had arrived at his place of destination,
when bidding good day he loft the owner
the umbrella to coniecture who had pre
sumed upon his acquaintance, - The young
man was congratuiaung-nijnscii upon nav
ing escaped a wetting by his address, when
he found bis watch missing. lie speedily
looked un a police detective, and learned.
uiion describing the man upou whom he had
been practicing his assurance, that he was
well-known pickpocket, whose portrait has
i . i n .. nii. I... ,n va.,h
Locis Napolbon a Relative or -the Rbl-
tam or Turkey. A Fans correspondent
savs Lonis Napoleon is of kin to the present
Sultan of Turkey, he is a grandson of Jose
. i . n, , j i D : l. :.,
nnine laKinrua in r agai ia, ,1111 umiii
De Beauharnais and afterward the Bonaparte.
One of her companions nnd very near kins
women, was a girt ivo vwHrafounpur mn
herself. (Josephine was born in 1704, hercoiu-
I panion was born in 1700.) named M ile Aiince
I Uubuc de Riverv. This youug lady's fortune
I carried her to Constantinople, where she be-
I came tun wvuriLei ui iun rviKuiiiM; ouiwmi, euiu
I the present sultan or Turkey is ner grandson!
i t ne island ot Hartiaiiiue. nas consequently
. IU, ISWUU UI HMtHMUU lion bUI.OVMUO...,
I , p.n. rfnia ,ruin.
I Jhe Suita-oss Valida, (M ile Aimee Dubuc
Riverv.) the ' Empress Josephine. ( M'lle
Tascher de la Pagerie,) and the wife of Louis
Al V, M me de Hainteuon.
Tns Horrors or Enolibm Pauper Lite
Man Scalded to Death. The horrors of
English Dapper's life mar be imagined from
an item in an English paper which states that
Klciiara Manning, aged sixty-two years,
lunatic pauper in the Work-house of St. Mat
thew's, itetbnal Green, was token to
bath-room and placed In the bath, which
was scalding hot. He screamed, and when
JranMil All. w.l lllnil nV.I the will, la Hlir.
mm. . v . ---- - -
I face of the body aud in a shocking state
.uuiuk, wowwwv, " w
I etely rendered, but Manning gradually sank
I ana aieu,
Wipe Desertion and Widow Elopement.
A report is in circulation in Auburn, N.-Y.
that a gentleman of that city, hitherto re
spectable, has eloped with an attractive
widow, with Whom ne was on intimate
terms. The gentleman left about two weeks
ago for New tork, but all inquiries there
have failed u discover nis wtiereaoouis. t
handsome widow left tow a about the same
time. The gentleman deserted an interesting
ana amtatue wue
"Old Book'' Defending HiMsiLr. It
reported that the President is preparing
document, which will be sent to the country,
-showing up the objects and intentions
the whole pack of maligners who have en
deavored covertly to injure and defeat
, .: -a. .1.
An Unpardonabli Sin in a Servant.
"Why did you leave your last place?','
quired a housekeeper, about to engage
servant. VWbyy you see, ma'am," replied
the applicant1 "1 Was' too good looking,
when I opened the door the folks took me
I the missus ana missus lor uie.
A Camp of Wandering Tartars-Their Appearance
A correannndent thua writes from the east
const of the Mark Sen; t
We visited a camp of wandering Tartars
near true noniaiiet ot ma pining. manyol
uin wotDDn wum etiKtiireu in t;(H)Kintr u'niirn.
nutji, Which looked very Rood, hut, from some
bioh.II exinjrience in such mailers, I declined
Mating them. As the wind alwavii blown on
the plains the lire on, they dig a wedge
shaped hole in the ground to liuild a fire in;
nnttinlr the not In the little end. nlwara to
leoward, that Uie Haines and smoke limy blow
nifainei i. in. Hint wenra Hticviaivin Ulll-
lorm, cntiBtsting of hat, (wool out,) coat and
panta, (wool in,) generally a long poinard
or pistols in the Kelt. Water ia alwnys scarce
rith those people, and they grow vi'ry econ
omical in the use of it. I saw quite a good-
looking girl (making vory heavy allowances
for dirt and dress) wiuhintr her whole
abundant head of hair in a bowl that did not
hold a pint. Their miserable wagons run on
wheels without tires, ami olten in pieces.
ihe dirt ot these gentry, living as they no
an the open plain, Is a strong feature, am) you
puss to leeward ot ttieir camp at your pern,
Two bodies of men wore arranged in two
long lines, each with a priest before them,
going through their orisons. Each man sat
upon a shecp-skin, nnd followed the chant
aud prostrations of the. leader. I could not
Gnd out their religion, people say they are
Moiiamnicuans, Dill 1 doubt it. Tel they
worship In a bemuitiil tcinnlc a green
sward, pieniutiliy spruiKieil with Mowers,
tins lovely May-day, extending, sloimiedowii
to the bay; on the right tho rolling hills
stretched around till the furthest promontory
ran out into the sea in a line with the waters
of Azof, which met the horizon; beyond, on
the tar side, other roiling, treeless bills, on
hich were tbiuir sprinkled the houses;
before the bluo waters of the Strait and the
little city, with its squares and places, nnd
many striking building, rising gradually to
the commanding hignt on their leit, on
wnicn suDoa an oiu ana ruinea cuurcu and
pillared museum. ,
Interesting Discoveries in Athens.
The Providence (II. I.) Journal gives the
following translation ot interesting discov.
eries recently made in Athens:
t'.ifn,.-J ril,n ..I,.,,.,.!, ..I' l'U-nn.l,oro;
at a place where, according to Mr. rittukis,
Leiujjio ui verea Hiouu, a very curious inscrip
tion in Attic letters, on a marble slab, has
been discovered by workmeu while making
the sewer in Mercury-street. It is a minute
record of charges for coper, lead, tin, Ac,
used in making tho figures that adorned the
pedestal ot the statue ol teres. . it gives also
tne price ot labor expended on tne figures,
and the expenditures for lead and timber
1...11.1: .1.- ..i.n
uavu iu .miming tun piuiiuiiu 01 bicni lur
raising within tlie temnle the great pedestal.
which was constructed of stones fastened to
gether with clamp. It contains also
memorandum ot expenses for setting up two
statues upon this pedestal, and ot the method
ot elevating sucn massive bodies, and fasten
ing them to the base. The sum total ex
pended is five talents, and three thousand
lour nunurert uracumas. '
In the town of Megara also, a large and in
tefesting inscription, belonging to the Byzan
tino times, has been found. It states de
finitely the wages of teachers, musicians,
archaeologists, grammarians, lawyers, ana
In the Paecile Stoa likewise, a decree has
been discovered, relating to the irruption
the Goths, 279 B. C, their defeat at Delphi
by the Aetolians. Athenians and other Greeks,
and to the festival commemorating this vic
tory and deliverance, which was celebrated
every third year at Athens.
. , "-- --t
Thh New System or Ciibckh on Railroads.
A new system of tickets has been adopted
upon one or two railroads, which iH designed
to facilitate the settlement of accounts with
the several station agents. Every ticket
numbered, commencing with "0" and going
up to "1,1X10,000, and then commencing
0, A" and increasing again. Jiy this ar
rangement the number of tickets sold from
any given station may De ascertained at any
moment, without reckoning. 1 ne lust ticket
sold denotes the number. The tickets
each station are numbered separately.
Ii. . ana n 4
Balloon Ascension by a Female Aero-
naot. Miss Myra Rosella made her long-
promised ascension, in the balloon "Venus,
from Palace Gardens, in New York, on Tues
day. . There was a large attendance in
garden, and throughout the city the most
lively curiosity was manifested to witness
ascension, rrevious to ascending, sho thnuKeu
the audience for their attendance, and prom
ised to land sate, ine oauoon took a south
east direction, and probably landed some
where on Long Island about eight o'clock
Connubial Evpeot or Property. For
bennlit nf tha census takers, it is nronoscd
that each bead of a family make out a list
.the value ot the proerty ne may own,
give it to his wilo, that she may be able
answer the census man's quustious in his
This plan is open to one serious
jection. It every woman knew precisely
wnat ner nusnand was worm mere wouiu
great depreciation iu conjugal uttoction
throughout the laud.
Singular and Fatal Camfhenb Lam
Explosion. The little daughter uf Frederick
Hull, in New London, Conn., while return
ing home from a store with some burning
lluid, came across some children who
amusing themselves with a bouiire,
stopped to join them. By some unknown
means the Pro communicated to the nuia
the can, and an explosion followed hy which
the little girl was so injured that sho died
a lew hours.
TheDisinterkstkd Moderation or Englaud.
The last advices from England have brought
intelligence that Ureat Uritain has accepted
the sovereignty oniieFejcoialands,wuich
made to it a siiorr time sinrex i ue same
was made to the United States about
years ago and declined. The result is another
proot or tne disinterested moderation or
gland, nnd ol the grasping propensity oi
u nited btales.
How to Preserve Flowers. It is
that vases of dowers will retain their beauty
j i i. ,i ,:.,i
niui iragraucei mucu longer ii a iillio vmoou
ate of soda is dissolved in the water in which
they are placed. In this way flowers
I i, ,,, fr,.sh and aweet for a tiirtnia-hL
Tub First Arrival or Sugar trom Mex
ico. A cargo of sugar, the first imported,
recently received in New York, from Cam
peachy, Yucatan. It is pronounced a
strong article, fully equal to the Cuban,
the hardness ot its crystals, wnen reuueu.
Another Church Struck by Lioiitnino.
The German Lutheran Church of Johnstown,
fenn was struck by lightning during
cont thunder storm. The electric
struck the slender splro which topped
the belfrv. shivering the former to
ments, and descending by the latter to
root, where it tore a track tnrougn tne
gles to the eaves, thence descending by
. .i . . i. i .
Bp-wllling KJ 1,11V giuuuu.
Little Capacity Required to Dimtrot.
Burke says: The shallowest understanding,
the rudest hand, is more than equal to
. . r 1 1 : A 1 .1 l.-
MUln. UI Lmiiiiia uomi a.uu uoaoujiuu, 4-uiij
and rage can dilapidate more In half an
than wisdom, deliberation, ai.d forecast,
build m many years," , ,.yy- ,.1C
Horace H.' Day, the famous aud wealthy
India-rubber man, commenced his life
only tweaty-ttve cents.
Decease of an Old English Journal-Interesting
The publication of one ot' the oldest news
papers printed in the Knglish language is
about to be discontinued. It is announced,
says the New York A'aentntf 7'of, that the
interest in the bondon JVormng vnromeu
was purchased some time since by the pro
prietor of the Morning runt. The Chronicle
will be issned, as usual, Until the first of Au-
fnsl; after that date it will cease to appear,
his intelligence will not surprise any one
u : - 1 : . i .1 ' . 1 :
wiiu ia iw iiinniu:il vtliu 1110 valiimjiuiiihi J
progress made ny the cheap press In ureat
Britain within the last few years. One could
wish, howover, that the Morning Chronicle
hail not been the first victim to this aggress
ive spirit of progress. There aro associa
tions connected with that journal of no little
interest. It was in the Morning Chronicle
that Sir Philip Francis or somebody else
under a well-preserved Incognito, gave to the
world the ' Junius Letters, the farao of
which has not been confined to those couu tries
where the English language is spoken.
These letters appeared in the Cnrotiicicdur
ingthotermof olliceof itsfirsteditor, Wooil
lall. who introduced into his naner the custom
of regularly reporting the debates in Parlia
ment, a new mmire in nngnsn journalism
at the time. Woodl'all was considered "a
recklessly brave person" for having given
publicity to the ideas of Junius, Kurke, Fox
and Sheridan. Tom Moore, Campliell, Gold
smith, Byron and Dickens may also he
numtiered in the brilliant array of writers
for "Ihe good old Whig of the Strand." From
Morgan McCarthy, the "joking genius," who
imposed the famous w potato speech on a
drowsy brother chip as the genuine Parlia
mentary peroration ot an indignant irish
man smarting under his country's wrong,
to poor James Irwin, whose death occurred
about a month since, thestaff of the Chronicle
was remarkable for its hmlity.
the Morning Vhrnmelt was established in
1770, eighteen years before the Timet. In
noticing its progress, an eminent English
author makes a statement to which wo would
respectfully ask the attention of those gentle
men who are continually instituting in
vidious comparisons between "the rough and
ready journalism" of the United States aud
tne nigh-toned spirit ot tne Briusii press.
"The Chronicle," says the author of hugland
Under tnt Mouse of Hanover, "like the
Timet, began its career in accordance with
the tasto of that ago (1770), with courting
popularity by detailing most Indelicate pri
vate scandals, and with .coarse nocia on
public as well as private characters." I
would seem from this that the antecedents of
our London cotemporaries are not so spotless
as they would have us believe. Hut the
t?hrmuc.l. when the onlv moans bv which it
could then succeed had carried it to pop
ularity and alliuence, took a noble course.
"There is more brilliancy in the Morning
Chronicle than in the Timet, without the
formality and without the effort. The Timet
takes up no falling cause; fights no up-hill
battle; advocates no great principle. It
'ever strong upon the stronger side.' " These
words were written by Huzlett sixty 'years
1 1 . .
A Woman Canvasser in Ireland She
Sings her Husband into Orrioi. A corre
spondent of the Waterford Mail gives the
following anecdote of the late election for
The contest turned wholly upon personal
popularity, and Calcutt, who is a farmer-like,
jolly Irish gentleman, was better calculated
to win npon tno people than tno nismonaDie
young captain of a crack corps. . His wife,
too, would make the fortune ot nny candidate.
A fine, dashing woman, she rode about the
country In the carriage with her husband
bis canvassing expeditions; and, wnen
was one day in a public house, seeing a par
ish committee, and she was outside iu a bar
ouche, awaiting his return, the frieze coats
gathered round the vehicle, and giving three
cheers "lor ner honor, called upon nor
make a speech. .
Prompt as lightning, she replied, "I won't
trouble you, my frieuds, with my oratory,
but I'll sing you a song,, which an Irishman,
wiiu music iu uib soul, wuuiu aujr uuy pre
fer to a speech;" and with that, in a clear
and pleasant voice, sne struck up "Liet
Remember," aud followed the ditty with
several other melodies of Tommy Moore.
I person who witnessed the scene assured me
lady sunn- her best, and entered Into the
spirit of her song, and the frieze coata list
ened entranced. From that moment forth,
during the canvass, sho never appeared
public witnout naving to sing a song,
A Brace or Covundrums by Lord Palmer,
ston. The Loudon correspondent of
New Orleans Delia says: 1 told you in
last about Delaine, the editor of the Timet,
being received in so friendly a way
Paliuerston, aud that it has raised the ire
the r rentier s loes. nut His Aiorasuip must
nave his oon mot at the expense ot ue anair;
so the lost thing in town attributed to Lord
Paluierston is this conundrum: "Why are
dinners like Lady Palmerston's dresses'!
Because ther are muzzling Delaine (moutte-
line de lainef, and so also his chop-fallun col-
leugue, Uladstuiie. who bas got them all into
a muss, is made the subject of conundrum
number two: "Why is Gladstone like
salad ? Because he is very good, but di
agrees who every . Doay.
Japankse Observation or the Sabbath
One of the Japanese doctors, Kas Assake,
attended Dr. Chopin's Church on Sunday
morning, and listened with much apparent
interest to an eloquent sermon, in which fre
quent allusions to the Embassy were made.
During the day several of the Japanese
visited Trinity Church, ascended into
spire, examined the' bells, and took sketches
of the scenery. Others went to Jones's Wood
and to the Battery, or took rides up town.
Sunday was to them a day of recreation
rauier titan repose. . , , , ,
Tub Belt Excitement in England.
correspondent writes from London: "The
were made hy the greatest and most fashion
able silversmiths iu London, and were
hibited lor two days, during which time
incessaut stream of aristocratic ladies
to have a look at the trophies. Police bad
be employed to keep the passage clear
at last the belts were sent away in terror
the silversmith, who was afraid of losing
some of his gems in the excitement which
took place. - - '
A Bead's Cmsr Sorrow. Beau Brummel
once had his pocket picked. The pecuniary
loss ne do re witn toe greatest equanimity,
but declared that be would hang, if he
with them, the ungentlemanly villains
Dy neglecting to reDutton the pocket ot
pantaloons, hod caused him to walk
length of the street with his pocket turned
Another Accident to a Somnambulist.
A somnambulic. German. Joseph Geigei
walked out of a window of the North River
Hotel, in Troy, N. Yn the other night.
Window overlooked the river, and the unfor
tunate man striking on a projection nf
dock, fell into the water. His outcries
brought assistance, and he was rescued
only a leg Droken.
Responsibility or Notaries Public
Losses have occasionally been sustained
the oversight or neglect of Notaries in trans
mitting notices of protest. The Massachu
setts Courts have decided that as a Notary
an officer of the State, the bank employing
him is not liable to their customers for
by negligence on his part. Another view
held by the New lork liourta.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
Political News-Douglasites will not Unite
an Electoral Ticket.
Philadelphia. June 29. For the Douglas
ratification meeting in Iudopendence-sqnare,
Saturday night, Rcvcrdy Johnson, John
Cochrane and Major Herran, of Louisiana,
are promised certain, with other eminent
I u . . . i : . i. - r. r
lieaaer?!. ..oiwiin.inuuuia, i.iniinw ui
he notice, an enthusiastic manitesiaiioil is
It is stated on good authority that the
Douglasitcs will refuse all overtures on the
part ol tne nreckinnagers to unite on tne
Electoral ticket, and will demand an ex
pression of preference from the Electors ap
pointed by the Beading Convention, and
amend the list if necessary.
Detroit, Mich. Jane m. Most ol tne
nominations at the Convention yesterday
were made by acclamation. The proceedings
were generally harmonious. It was an
nounced that General Cass was In 'the city.
A motion to invite him to attend tne uon-
vention was laid on the table. A subsequent
motion to recall it was voted down by a de
cisive majority, as was a resolution indorsing
he foreign and domestic policy oi tne pres
ent National Administration. Ucsoluuons
approving the nomination of Douglas and
Johnson were ouiuusiasiicaiiy passed.
' Notwithstanding the rain, this evening, a
rati lii-at ion meeting, large and enthusiastic,
is lieing addressed by several speakers, from
different Bland.". -
Portsmouth. Va June 29. There was a
great ratification meeting of the nomination
of Breckinridge and Lane last night, at Which
the enthusiasm was tremendous. A. It.
Smith's address elicited great applause. He
was to lowed bv several others.
Concord. Mass.. June 28. The Republican
demonstration to-night, ratifying thenomina-
tion tit Lincoln and Hamlin, is a grand ana
imosing i.lfair, embracing a torch-light pro
cession, illuminations, etc. . .
The mass mooting is iiem in tne eiaic-
House-square, where addresses are being
made bv Hon. h. 11. Itobbins. lieu. Good
win. Ex-Governor Colby and others. Altn-
? ether, it is ono of the most ' enthusiastic
demonstrations ever ueiu iu me oww.
Portland. Me.. June 28. The Democratic
Convention passed strong resolutions indors
ing uougios and non-inierveution.
After their adjournment, a largo Douglas
ratification meeting was held, and addresses
Overland Mail News.
Springfield, Mo., Juno 20. The Overland
Mail, with Sau Francisco papers of the 8lb
inst.and telegraphic advices of the 9th, passed
here at four o'clock this morning.
Since the skirmish with the Indians on tho
2d. near Pyramid Lake, the volunteers unde
Col. Havs have lieen unable to bring on any
more nVhtiiiir. It was thuught the Indians
had fled. San Francisco had contributed
44.000 for supplies for the volunteers.
A full list of persons killed by the Indians
in tlieuarson valley region, since me inaians
bare become hostile, una been published,
amounting to over eight hundred men.
Judge Terry has applied for a change of
venue, on the ground tnat he con not obtain
inir iiim ill kji.il rimionui
Judge H. P. Hann. late United States Sen
ator, died on the btu insu
Koturns from two southern counties in
Oregon are received. Jackson County gives
Shiel, (Democrat), for Congress, HKi; Logan,
(Republican), 403; Josephine County, re
ported, Miiel zs'j, and Logan i.ii. Logan
vote in Jackson is a gain of 100 on his vote
of last year. These-re turns are favorable for
the Hepublicaus. .
Auviees iruiu oau dihs, Mexico, iu uie uin
I C O Tl ,1 : 1 !. l.ll.
ult., atajte that two English men-of-war had
landed their crew and taken possession
u o I.. 1 . I. ..i .1 : .. : . ,u.
.Mi uino, wiu ..via iiviuiiig iv ngaiiio. um
San Francisco, June 9. A company
twenty picked men, well armed, left Uarson
City to-day, escorting tho Pony Express.
They will proceed to meet the express coining
this way. '
The Indians have fled from Pyramid Lake,
without giving fight, The volunteers are
be disbanded. - .' i . :
Washington. June 29. the acts
passed by the lato session of Congress, was
one to curry into effect certain stipulations
.i.- . .-i.i .1... tt:-j t?.
tne ircauca uuLwueu vue uniieu ounce aiiu
China, Japan, Siam, Turkey, Persia, Tripoli,
Tunis, Morocco and Muscat, by which our
laws in cri mi mil and civil matters are ex
tended over American citizens in those coun
tries; also the common law of equity and admi
ralty. - ...
Ministers and uonsuis nave mil judicial
powers, and can punish according to
magnitude of offense. The - President
authorized to appoint seven Marshals to ex
ecute processes: One in Japan, four in China,
one in siain and one in 1 urKey.
Murder and insurrection, or rebellion against
the Government of either of said- countries,
with the intent to subvert the same, are made
capital offenses, punishable with death. Our
Consuls and commercial agents on the Islands
llOu - lllliailiveu ojr any vivuiteu jwupiv,
whom we have not recognized by treaty,
also empowered to exercise judicial functions
over American citizens. , , , ,
Balloon Ascension-Judge Douglas-The
Philadelphia. June 29. Professor Lowe
ascended last evening in his mammoth bal
loon, and landed, at nine o clocK, tn Meotord,
Judge Douglas will arrive here on bat-
urday night, en route to New York, and
probably receive a serenade after the ratifica
The North American recommends that
Great Eattern visit Philadelphia tor a short
time, if only to clear herself of barnacles
tne iresn water oi tne Delaware.
Mutiny on a Coolie Ship.
from Macao for Havana, wiUL three hundred
and titty coolies, put into Table liay, May
Five coolies attempted to take the ship,
were driven below, one-shot aud several
wounded. The ringleaders subsequently
from fifty to one hundred lashes,
were secured in irons. 1
Pittbbobo, June $9 M. River thirty-five
inches by the metal mark, and talliug.
weather cloudy and warm.
Mormons on their Travels. The
morning some six hundred Mormons passed
through Rochester, NVY, on their way
Utah. They came up on the emigrant train,
and occupied eleven coaches. Eight hundred
came over on the vessel from Ku gland.
railroad official says that one coach contained
the elders and their concubines. . He thiuks
(hey were quite a good-looking, Intelligent
party, and knew just about enough to
over their' deluded followers. They
quite adverse to talking, particularly
ouusiue oi toe ring." -t , r ...
Similaritt or the Neapolitans to Ameri
can Slaves. The Neapolitans, says Harriet
Beecber Stawe. remind ons of the plantation
negroes of America, a merry, rollicking,
f;ed, careless set, to whom it is sufficient,
ie in the sun and sing. -They buvo. such
passion for gay colors and musical sounds.
and such a flexibility of mption and sense
ne dancing ana tue singing element iu,
:' Thomas Hoffmann; convicted in the Balti
more Criminal Court of the murder of
D. O'Sullivon, has been sentenced to
years iinprisonmeui in the Maryland rent-
AdrarthNiBMatf Bet eEoaedlng are Itaas (Batei
One lnaertioa.n..S all 0 lneertloaaB
A lnrlloie... S94 do. . UU
Laryer adrerttaeawnU laomd at the Mlowtairataa
for aqua re of tea Uaeeer leaat 1
One lnaertloa...t 00 I 14 laawtM)
Eat h acl-llllonal.. U IM i.
0 iBaertloaa 1 & -A4 i eVa,
la all Itfl kranchea dowa with aeatneaa and dlervtrlt.
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leaving no chain or rwUe on Ihe tmor eidt. the
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etHn It, to tm Ihe het ami nioMt denlrable Vamllr
Hewing Machine ever Jntroduoefl, BBOABULEat or
pan-B. It will aew all kluil. ut lannlr smmIh, lroin
the very thlraeet In the very nnaet fahnca raade, and
uane an kiuiih oi inreao, ironi no. n ui viu.
An Chl m mwi on fop of the Hdram.
Hend for a olronliir. or call and me It in oneratlon.
Upon early application, Bute aud Uouuty rishta map
An ennrEetlc peraon can make a fortnne in a ahort
time. Agenta wanted In all noMolil Torritorv. .
II. t UU 111 l AN,
Bole and eEcln.We asnt for the IJiiitftl btatea,
aepll-tf Vi Weet Fniirth'Aireet, t.'iui-AUHatl.
Don't Read This I
TnR MOST WONDBKFI'li IMHIWV
KKT OK TMK AUK.-Iir. Al.VIN, lunnfrly
of London and Bum mom iitiefHiaiii, where be haa
had many yean prat'tic in iho trentnifiit of ve
nrrfHl diiteaat'ii, bill more recently of Mextm, wherw
noh dianartea are to Im fountl iu thair rtuikt form.
Purins tiin pmcttrn thre, in rnntuciion with Dr.
Don ANTONIO UK l.AliaV A LMIrt, one ol ihe
niimt eminent phyriiciaiiH in Mexico and Spain, tliy
dlncorered a reindy In one of tlw Mnxicau plan la,
and found only In Southern Mexico.thal roinoTtM,aa
II by maAin, ail the Tenereai tntnt from tne nytui.
In tne priiaarr or atMiondary furni, My phi lis, in tha
worst fttaffe, permanently cured lira Very abort tim1,
and the yntem ttwronizhly oltmuaed and pure, aa
If it had never bfen cootaininatvd by that woiet of
all dieaets, Syphilla. BtTufula, Leproey and all
klndH of corruption of the blood and diaeaeet. of tho
kin removed permanently and quit-kly by t hie pow
erfulaffeut and aidurof uatura, ' Mexirin Hpeoihc.
pin one uetMi ne reourtMi to a eaeieion, ami Hiiner me
tsrl urea of ttve lnauiiltiun, aud robbvtl of bia iswtt
dollar, aud null not cuma. jr. tiaivin aieo beam an
kiude Ol ch route diitraaea with Kraat flucceai, MM-It-iue
only to pay fr, aa all dituiaHa are treated Ire
of charge, except by pe, iai ttnlraot. "Peraon at a
dlHtauce can be treattul hy euiidiuK correct nUtf.
menu uf their caoa by Httr, ana ton renrn in
SMtage Mtampe. Oall on or addrarta Ilr. lMlA'IN,
O.I Vliie-itirnft. bntwin Kill h and Hlxtb-M(iMU
Bar-Br"''; i Arainaaair w '
Cincinnati, Ohio, . row may
be too laie.
The ltVrrtor hud loratM permanently In thaoitr.
nnd can at all timee be tuuud at tiu otua
ninend for circular.
No. 203 Vine-street
JUHT RBCBIVBU PEIt HTKAMKIt
7.YOOIJ feet Teanaaaea eU tJedar, and furaala
at very bw pric.
e.UIHI Uedar renoa pnaca ;
'2,000 Locurt Vonce Pat;
' 40.000 Feet Kfiirii.u BoanU;
Ordci-H lur Cedar Hoard... Joiata. Puata. yioorliiff.
A.. Ailed at eliort notice.
on.uai ft. eeau'd and i ln.lai wm. Plna I.umbarf
khi.imu n. Miiu a i, i 't. a auu a iu. cifar uo. no. ,
&oo.itN) ft. aecond and third oimnmu do. do. :
e-io.ouu ft. Vine, Poplar, Oak and HhuiIim k JoUU aud
well afMjBunt-?. and will ba aoid low for caah. or
on short time, to aiaka room for new stock, by
" Thoa. W. Farrln &. Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Lumber Dealers
WfW t ard aa Freemen-afreet. opDnalte Oeoraa.
aadDUtAoU., H.aad II. B. It. Depot. .- eA
M. H. ) - .in.. A. M.Vwek.
M. H. COOK A CO.,
PB0PH1ETOBS tl , "
GREAT WESTEUN PLANING MILL
" WHITKWATRK CAN A Is,
BKTWXKH riTH AMD HlTUTkllCEl, (UM- ,
VIM M ATI, OHIO. , i
IN f'O N (F Q TT E nTTr OpVVING KN
TIKKLY alraiuloiied baililiiiff in the rity, and
turiiiMt our at liii ion to ptpaHiiK bnildinic inatertwlfl
uf evury doacription, we cttu SHfVlr nay that our ex-
ner enoe in the btntf n
lartiitim enaoie na
to oflor liiducomeut U bujldera iu tb city and at a
i tb city and at i
by auy other aitui
Ujf eetabluhaient in tlie WeaU
We aleo manniaotura VfiiKri er all deaciipuonaa
ittd kMon hand an anaortinent of Mahoefaiiy, Hum
roMl. Walnut and Oak Veueera. Alao, tim Bao,lufc
na afM'pon annu an aiwortinens oi nsniiKsu
Sotfd.Walnut and Oak Veueera.
r Pfctnres and Lwikinff -laee.
r. ii. nuittvt) ikM rci,i
ived fortj; ttkowand lht ot
Bvu uruari ui line quaiisj, w uii-it wtj mau anil as
tnat artaa llian M baa eve beau euld tor In this Biur
et, a ... a. tf
r. oi nne quality,
O. W. BOWLER.
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VjBOFKSSOR IN THE VETKU1NABY
1. .UObLliiilB OF HIIKUBilNH. OlBce, M?. 13
Biath-alroet, ketwea Main aud Waluat, pinouiaali,
'r' - ' ' (apio-ciiil
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W. It. BALDWIN. 1. V. BALIIW1B
BALDWIN V BAI.DWIIV,
A TTpKNltVtt AT I.AW, HANK BI II.IK
im. 1BU, Ate. 4 Wait Third -.ueet, UluuuneU. OUij.