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TABtJINUINNtTI DAILY PBKS1S In delivered to
I Buheorlbera ttt Cincinnati, -Oevlngton and . ,
;. 'nrronndlof cltioa and town) at ' J
" j ' ;. the Ttrtilr low .v
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I 40fJntM month., ft I; 1 four, :J 150
TipofinAPmrAT- rxinv no. a.
:, j 1 Tir Miami Grove.
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HE CINCINNATI TYPOG BtAPIOAL
JL I'Nl'iNare rooking arrangement, to cvlelirata
hi Fourth ol' .Inly in an nppropriata manner, by no
mtuvb, twotily on nmca
; BRANDT'S CORNET BAND.
VUtlnff of 8IXTKKN llimHUANH, with Bdm
i tutHtrlng luHtruiueuUi, vlll furninb mtMtc An th
uccWnn. , ...
M ib tnrfrv, nplradM mid nnmmodlmw Vrm
iTnw pAH8(T)ger-nt-niuur JtADISUW has twn
Kpuaily tiiartfjimi !ur tui occiinion.
I CO UU ITT HI Of ARRANGEMENT.
P. J. Bam. - Geo. T. Orifllth,
)J. II. WahabUKh, T. (V.ujhLin,
b. V. kw,. t . lu ttvurttt .
H . Mtllfr, . N. f:Vahd, 3.3. MuntaRnlfr.
JuIiBaiuuh, Will. A. DnktT K
no. i nirp. .rnmeo ocuiir, auk. iiunnoiiy.
. inqii, AViw.Wlluli lor'.O.'H. BIdomXr,
' 11. mi ' Hi It Tn.h.r 1'M.b W M.i...
t.' icti... i . c i). 11
Wll'on Iti.wclt, J. 8. TomlliKon,
T.S.WcntwurtU, A. V. Cluuder,
0. 11. Whiln, ': P. F. LrUaiu, ..
Tboiv. l'ettlt, .1. E. Iniili'.,
U. W. Sloop, ' ' P. F. Pochiuar.
Colby, B. KairelL .1. P. Yonng,
). Uiich. H. R. ParlKh. A. E. (litrrv.
JohuHOD, A. K. Cutting,. T.l. XavanMigh.
J AMES 8AKDEKB. Chinf.
(If BAHK SbELDOK, ASBibtni.t thlt'T.
' boat wl'l leave the foot U Walnut-st. at t
k fr tJovlunton and Newport, and return to
ut-st. : tlience to thf ff t of wwttvra-row and
t.t. and tlii iioa to the Grove.
" Tickets 1-Tn be had of the Committee of
'"ntiCHoionta. and at the oountimr-rotuua of the
twr. Times aud Frees; if O. 11. Watbabaugh,
news room, auu at the boatou tbo murutng
FOUKTH Olf JlLr.l860.
. 1M river, and Mtny iiiritw u who Wlib to
1 tvirimt the day to yccompany them.
I 'Qr Dnrlnf th day. K. B. TtEED. ICJbt the
I Pair Times, will ruad the Declnratton -.if inrie
1 c r)lei,ot, K " 1 ornlnnt will bo urewnt, and nothing
T' ; wii bo li'U itndon that wlli dl to theoojoymontuf
"It ' , ' Uttendanoe. a ' ' -
, I'V WEDNESDAY EVENING; JULY 4, I860,
: l 'lJH "P THaViI Pvrnfnnlinlnt.
. - . , -
I inifTS PTlimTTTOV Off FinRWOltRH
ti, fill b tbo g ran Joe t rupreMttituiiun of the art of
r fee tan Ice e-er witnosftud lu th'i cftv. During
e Jen'ntf. ArtHlctal BimbbelU will b thrown to
mit altitude, which, uru bumtlngi will b equal
,i iiiiiat'ny toone nunurea 01 me wrgom rooaeu.
Tltfmemnrablto action between ih CoHttUutUmmd
t ueraere will b produced witti turiiiing enca.
. FodcrIpton of pieces, see programme,
t WWEK'SOOUNKT BaND willlte In attendance.
N Tictotatoet-nta, SOcta.; entrance on Kighth-atreet.
i Tiauu witnuutaoata. vaoenw; eotraucaon riim;
ViKDNKSDAy, July 4, at VULC
ft ! KOE.-rhe und
1 I.. A public st
y I' W Picnic as atab
, I' f ihecommodiinj a
I 1 f OD I)RUKxl for t
. J rt of WiiinntKt: mi
derBijrnpd would re- ?Ur
Hito to .their f r Umcle .lEJ-xV-ar
c generally, tbot tbujr will gltr
ibecommodiitu and kplendld arantfir MARS ha
od -iM)KKi for the ocaiion, and will lonv the
of alnat.fft: t 7 o'rbck Drr,id' and after
-taklHff the necoffrr buuiiftict, h will ynieeed to
ft 'to blautilul grove, Aoveuteeu milea tip iih; rivor ,
-b i A. HOOD. .m, A. HTICRNBT:.
r ' J- JU3IN80N, . V. HAMJIEB,
, U ' J..V, O. WBNTWOBTH. .
i KliOB MANAflEaa. A. Hfu-rltMtn. U.'BitVmII. H. 1
t V Hanet, J. Gardnur, J Xukor, J. Peterson, VS. Han,
i fi.. Smith, M. Broni'dl, H. A. Jlamlltoo.M. Bolser,
41, H. Morton, C. KoMnmri, P. Blum, jr., K. Rkilb
V ian,X. Fulli, J. TUoobald, n; Btoetfer, W. Whor-
, a. Aiiscnuitz, fli, iRlur, A. fatteraon.
i Tf 'K v.Tfi one nm.i.Aii
Wm. McDonald' Quadrille Band b engasrsd foi1
I "HJOTICE. THE NAT ION AI THEATER
:ical Pertormaiicem, Italiau, Genuao oi Burlesque
'henigb'tor weei, or partloulart.anpijj to
. 1 Watlonal Theater Building, ;w,
rraa, o., c, ana may ue uaa on reasonaoie wrnj,
I ! V
m DIXEVS LAXD fm
UT OP THE WILDERNESS,
f,f BNTKR'S ARRANGEMENT THIRD
.uiwo jusi issnoq. ATjce cents.
JOHN CHURCH, JR.,
" 66 WB8T FOUBTU-flT.
'OLD MKDAI, PIANOS-THK3EST IN
AMERICA. stMkAOruDf((if -jtt ,
' new iora; piwirii toneu uuuoie
grtnA-autlon Concert Pianos, pro
' 'lcnurTd by Llsta, Thalberg and other
. creat artiste the beat In exbitmice.
We will sell lower for niHli tlutn any other dealer in
lt Piunoa uud Melodenna tuned and r paired
a . aniahlr. Planus lo let at from 8ft to Sift oeruuar-
13 MuHioal lnttrunjetils selling ai htilfprlcee. Dm
F.bay or reuta Piano until you have called aodax-
i;. i -theaoove. .
mW BBITTING A BBO.oIe Ar rts, ' S I '
. frT TiMana Dealers and Makers.
I ' Ho. 7i7 W. Kifth-etiwet. uour Plnm.
niture! furniture! FuriiUure
fflf'tlAM rAHTER NO. 81 BAHT
VKitth. and i:andj3 Kast rhlrd-slreot. be-eej-Main
and Sycamore, has at all times on hand
Ner variety of Uuiisolwtd UikkIk, suoh as SofaisAo
- labVi, Fancy (.'hairs, DiTaiis, Carputs, all iMitturns
: uud 'lens; U
f i'lii-fl. ik. HttuAm. Office Tables. linn SiiIli. Mat.
JI k.ls, Omnter bhelving. BJiow-citsei Uar fix
:to3 Jta Billiard Tables Sought audauld.. Call iu,
ivcr iHayi iue avurs are upeu .
m ' W- ARTEK
Bit, MEItIT WELliS,
VTALi ( OLLKfJB INF1H.HAKT, NO.
kit LULI.KUK-bTU&ikT. bstwann Nixtb. M
lit LULI.KUK-bTU&ikT. betwaon Nil
U aul, Viiff "4 iUcflt Cluciantl, O.-
1ST OF PUI0K8 FOB PLATE WORK:
upper or Juor tu ol taxtn-oonnauoui (sn
ildt3 tuh-tn it, W, lilnri 1 15.
run npuRA fliiNHi J " '
'old plus. ch.....-.....,.m,,,-J)0 OMlU to ft
4 " " fltolK.
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A lfi Xt'FACTUft
Ti TA1 ad BuiUr Iroa,
'I . 1.1.,, .a.ntlfrir
BERH OF BAR, rjHEET
. flow Blan, iuilio.a opijiMi
the nalft of Iroutun HlarNkill.
tfto Wtorft tiw. at Uil
ill. ,. . ,
JOBKfn iiurtrifci.ui vuioio.
CABHS.-A FINE AKTI
tjlCtol I'milliig liu.i, frtini No. (to SOL
Junt recelvi-d n for iUe b)
'V ' " 0 vd in W.Lut niwt
Ha HONBY.-ANWTBJdiJd f uir
I ot "TV.im it m nn
.1) It t.a S'JlMln-trt.
I JARS. lin r.ir mvuc, . r
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HIS ng nw oi mi ,
Vli'wiNK.-S BOXK8 JOB). KIN
W Aid 341 Maln-etreet.
ft) lavoie vi w r y
4 4 KxtwutU'll to nut dlveoud,,! will noil on
I 1 tJlllMi, ti tth day of July, iwki, t ton o'clock
1 M in the M iuuil Cmiul, at tli lilui-utrimi Bridge,
fl.l ihiwlntf Koi chttteU to-wlt: The Onuul
I 1 .,Vii..i,..i iiuim.. hMr ftLiLvuel lind .niuurti.
Wit of J.
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VOL. Ill, NO.' 128.'
CINCINNATI. MONDAY MORNING. JULY 2. Ifi60.
TRICE ONE CENT
tmu MiAHt-lT mlantM fkrtr thn Oltr tlme.l
Ti30 A. M., 10 A. K. ud 11 P. M. Oolnmhv Ac
oommodRtlon, 4 P. M. XenU Accommodation, 6
CicixitiTi, HAmtltow aid Dattom 17 mlnnta
ftr thn Clt, Urn,) A. M., 7t30 A. M., 9ia0
P. M . and fl P. X. Hamilton Accommodation, 8 A.
M. and StSO P. M.
Ohio akb Xiniaaim It urinated elower tban
City time, 4i'A5 A. M. and Si33 P. X. Louuntll
Aocommodatlon, il r. M. .
lKDIAIAPOlII AID OlMOimiATI RrlOIT-IiII, 13
mlnntM elower tban City time,) 5t40 A. M., Ili50
A. M. and 0 P. M.
MAauTTA Affb OwcTinun (7 mlnntea Betar thaa
Gltf time, 6il9 A. M. and 3i30 P. M.
OOTKOTOH AID ItlZIIIOTOIt tOltf tlBM, SldS A.
CiacIRMATI, RlOBBOKB AMD IllDIAIAr01.lt A.
M.,3i30P, M.,P. M. ., ,
limi Miami-3i30 A. M.i 8 A. K., Ili04 A. M.
and 4i40 P. M.
Ohio ak MieeimpFl-i30 A. M., lii'iS P. M.
and BiSO P. M.
CiauiNMATi, Hamiltow awo Dattoh Ti45 A. M.,
10i40 A. M., 1P.M., Si30 P. at., Ti33 P. M. and
il5 P.M. ' .
iKDiAKAroiia Ann Uikcirhati IOiIS A. M
4 P. X. aad lit P. M.
MAaiarra AND Cimcinhati 10i3'A A. M, and
Stl3P. at. -
Oovikotoh Ann LtziaoTOM IOi.IS A. M. and
4i8 P, M.
UlHCINIIATI, ItlRBMOaB AND iHDIANATOLie 7l4B
A.M.,lP.M.,6i3P. M v
TRAINS ARRIVE. VARIETIES.
Client "Is my case feasible?",.' Lawyer
(noiaing oat dis nauaj recuwie, ueciaeaiy,
In Athens, Greece, a European tntreler
was robbed and murdered at midnight by
two or inree rumans.
Matv Larkin. a little crirl twelve years old.
was brutally violated on Wednesday, near
rfouetf ui., ujr aiguv ur mac rumaus.
Standing joke passenger railway conduc
tor asKinp; a man to "tane a seat wnen mere
are ten full-grown hoops in the car.
Charles J. Mnrphywag harjffed'in Nacog.
Ao,mi Ortiinty.- t kr iK t.w.8
dered au old man, a few days ago.
Three men, wood-choppers, were killed in
a forest daring a; storm in Branch County,
mien., iaat weea, vj inning trees. s
There are certain portions Of Arkansas so
overrun with fleas that persons residing
mere nave no pnysicai peace wnatever.
' A store was set on fire in Philadelphia, on
Thursday, by some one throwing a cigar
iulu iuq cellar uiruugu vu gmLuig la irom.
William Y eager was choked to ' death in
Charleston, S. C, while eating a very tough
article oi iripe, iasi w eanesaay, evening.
' Ml Stadler, a burglar, was shot dead near
fensacola, r loriaa, wnne endeavoring to
euuci. au uiruuc iuw ewre,
Peter O'Horneywas mortally wounded near
St. Joseph, Mo, by Henry Ligg, a wagoner,
on tveanesuay. ine muraeTer escapeo.
Three Mexicans were huntr for sUalinf
1 I . . ' mi .
uunieo rjy a pariy oi americans near looac,
Mrs. Billett ran away from her husband in
umcnasaw uounty last ween witn a youth,
George Makes, young enough to be her son,
The population of Allan ton, I.ehih Cnontj
Pa-ria about ,2O0 -in 1650, it was 3,779, showj
jog an lucrenae m it ut over iw per cent.
The late lamented Democratic party died
from A compound fracture, combined. ,with
inconsolable grief on finding that the injury
- woum ureveub k iruui ruuuiug.
' On the jtes of Busyrane was inscribed, on
.. i BUI V -1 .1 II . U .J I'll, lull
uiu m.i,- in l. J iu. uu .HO Wwjuu. .' uvm.
be bol l, evermore be hold," and dn the third
gate, ''So not too Dold.'. . .j
! George Cannot, a young man, tell from the
roof of a new house near Chicago, on Thursi.
day, a distance, of fifty feet, without breaking
afimb.' J - ' i
, Henry Lbwe and his sister Jane were
thrown from a buggy near Detroit, Mich., on
Thursday, and so severely injured that they
both died. ' i '.,
. i . . : . i L " ; .
A peddler, Samuel Marley, from' Massa
chusetts, was tarred and .feathered in Cone
cuh, Ala, last .week, on -suspicion of Abo
litionism. . -jj . -
Two men, Brown and Casey, were mur
dered near Montreal, Canada, a few days
since, as is supposed, tor too purpose or ob
talping tneir money.-
Two negro slaves were killed by an over
seer Jn Montgomery County. Ala., last week,
because they disobeyed bid orders and were
Two small boys, nine and ten years old, at
tacked a school teacher in Cumberland,
Maine, recently,-and stabbed him severely
. A girl, seven years old, was attacked and
severely wounded by a cut in Craig Oo, Va.
a day or two ago. One of the child's eyes
was entirely oestroyea. , . , . ,
r- ,Tfinr ia nn lonrer an v doubt that the con
templated London Exhibition of 1862 will be
undertaken. The guarantee fund of 250,000
has been raised.
M. E. Paley was accidentally shot through
the head, while removing a pistol from li is
pocket recently, in Culpepper County, Vir
ginia.; " ' v .
Several thieves entered the house of Daniel
Grady, in Newberry County, South Carolina,
recently, and actually carried off every article
of value on the premises.
On. Thursday night, the higer-beer brew
ery of Goodman A Co., near Richmond, Va.,
was destroyed by fire. Loss $70,000; partially
', " During a fight between a stallion and a
gelding in Talbot County, Ga., a few days
since, the latter Was kicked to death in four
minutes. x ' .
A truckman committed auicide in Worces
ter, Mass, a few days since, -which has de
prived Ipis family of the benefits of a life in.
suranoe for $100.. - .'
' The straits and its of Azof, in summer be
come covered with thick, yellow, offensive
matter, and the Siwash, or Putrid Sea near,
has its name from, the same oauae. - .
" Alexander Dumas the younger; is building
a handsome cottage , on the verge of the Boh
tie Boulognet not from the lodges' of Kos
sini, Lamartine and Krard, ,,; , -Vj v . tsi
Sir fioliert Peel said: "I never knew 4 man
to esoftue failure, in either body or wind, who
worked seven days in a week." The Cincin
natt Phkss, be should have added, alone ex
cepted, A fire occurred near Norway, Illinois, on
Wednesday, by which three houses and two
young women Were destroyed. The unfor
tunate victims were- asleep at the time, and
haul no opportunity to escape! j , ' ,
' Henry Curgot 'was recently - arrested in
Savannah,Ua., charged with having six wives,
but proved on examination that, though be
was a free-lover, he had never been married
at all. -''v ''."- "-. - ; .
-. Adele Varlelle, 4 young and beautiful lo
rette of Paris, having bean deserted by her
lover, a wealthy Spaniard, went to Heaven
recently, by meant f do rm and ft pan
fan4' .. "" V-
Arrival of the Great Eastern at New York
—Immense Excitement—Particulars of the
Friday's New York 7Vt'otin gives these
particulars of the arrival of the Great Eatt-
trn at that pork
It was not until very near to noon that the
fact of the Leviathan being; off the Hook be
came generally known, and whatever prepar
ations were made for her reception, were got
up net ween tne nonrs or ten Ana one. i et
the bay, by two o'clock, was swarminir with
all manner of picturesque craft, dressed with
gala nags irora tne nuge sen-going steamer
to the little yacht that toppled over the bright
waves as an egg-shell.
The day iteelt was one of the brightest days
of June, and "naught," as the poet sings, is
so fair as a day in June." Certainly no day
was ever lovelier than yesterday. Having
missed, by a few minutes, getting on board
the steamer that Messrs. Griunell, Minium &
Co. sent down to the Great ikulern as soon
as they heard she was off the bar. we had the
good fortune to get on board the Satellite,
where we lound a select company, and started
from the foot of Morris-street at a few min
utes past one P. M. -
By two o'clock we were outside of the
Narrows, and great excitement was caused
on board by some keen-sighted passenger ex
claiming, 'There she isl" And there she was
to be sure. There was the merest indication
of something like spectral masts beiua dimly
discernible on the line of the horizon. But
the atmosphere was so transparent, and the
sun shone so brilliantly, that very soon we
could plainly djscover the hull ot the huge
snip, witn hot six masts, lying prone upon
the calm surface of the oceau.
By the time we not near enoucrh to read
her name upon her stern she was in motion,
beintf nronelled at first bv her anraw alonn.
She was already surrounded by a great num
ber of small steamer A tues and v acuta, anion 2
wnicn sne moved in very truth like a levia
than anions- the minnows. At the first siaht
of the monster there was a general feeling of
disappointment that she was not bigger, but
loose fallacious impressions soon wore away,
and the ideal monster began to be assimilated
witn tne real snip that lay before us. .
Every moment she grew lorsrer. and the
little sputtering steamers that, were tugging
and straining themselves to keep up with her
began to rlwinHIa intn insignificance. Before
we Fad been many milium,!, u, pinnce
every one felt conscious of her overpowering
immensity. As one steamer after another
came dashing up to her, the crowds on board
oursx iortn in nearly cueers, wnicn were
answered by the people on board the ' Great
Saetem, or at least by sections of them, for
while there were clusters, little communities
ot men and women standing serenely on one
part of the ship s deck, there were great
assemblages in a violent Btate ot excitement,
waving their hats ana banakercniefs in
another Dart. As the shin neared the har
rows, the number of .boats, yachts, and
steamers that had come out too meet her had
increased to such a flotilla that they seemed
in danger of getting mixed np into an inex
tricable snarl. But happily there was no
collision nor accident ot any Kind among
' As the Great Eat tern crossed the bar. she
dipped the ensigns which were flying at her
masts ananrea a royai sainte, wnne the nana
on board struck np Hail Columbia and the
Star Spangled Banner. After crossing the
bar the paddle-wheels of Vie 'steamer were
put in motion, when she began at once
walk away from the gay, flotilla of steamers
that were accompanying her. Among: the
steamers that were down the bay was the
revenue euttav Harriet Xom, wbictl tired
salute just outside the Narrows. Another
salute was fired from Fort Washington and
answered by the Great Eaetern. As the flo
tilla came through the Narrows up to the
Quarantine-ground, the scene was magniti
cently stirring and beautiful beyond descrip
tion. A treat number of smaller boats, tues.
ferry-boats, and steamers of all descriptions
came swarming aown w in loaas ot snouting
and excited passengers. The tops of the
houses all along the shores of Staten Island
were crowded witn people.
A few moments' delay at the Quarantine,
to enaoie ine neaun umcer io noara ner,
irave opportunity to the Immense number
boats and steamers to come up with the Le
viathan, and surround her. But she was soon
in motion again . and the splendid scene be
came more animated man ever as we ap
proached the Battery, which was covered,
were all the piers and docks, and the shipping
moored thereto, with dense masses of human
beings. An English ship that lay at anchor
ran up ner signal-nags, ana nrea a salute
the Great Eaetern passed her. But DerhaDS.
J the finest incident that occurred during the
passage up irom ine hook was wncn me
Great Eaetern passed close by the V, S. frigate
Niagara, affording an opportunity to com-
fiare her size by that of the next largest ship
n the world. The Niagara which had loomed
nn so proudly as we passed her in gomer down
the bay, was now dwarfed to the dimensions
of a cock-boat, as the huge steamer cast her
shadow across her black hull.
The Niagara stood unpn her dignity and
fired no salute, acknowledging the presene
the monster only oy dipping her ensign
which is an equivalent among ships to touch
ing the hat among men. As the stately ship
moved up the river, she was saluted by cheers
from the vast multitudes on shore, by ringing
of bells, and by firing guns from the steam
ships that lay along the aocKs. - The bay and
river were full of people, the house-tops, and
all the wharfs and piers were crowded, and
the whole city seemed to have come out
gaze upon the visitor who had so often dis
appointed us that no one believed that she
would ever really come. But she has come
at last, and made an auspicious entrance into
our port, giving a triumphant refutation to the
prognostics oi uer lauurc iu cruae uie Atlan
tic, aud setting at rest forever the absurd
stories that have been told of the incapacity
of our harbor to float the largest ship that
ever has or probably ever will be built.
The great ship came to off her landing
place, foot of Hammond-street, about five
o clock, and before seven r, M she bad been
safely moored, alongside the long pier be
tween Hammond ana roy-Bireets,
A Honsi Stuko to Diath by Bies. An
occurrence of a very remarkable character
took place at the residence of Wm. B. Dor-
sey, in Urhana district, Md., a few days ago.
The Rev. John P. Hall, of the Methodist
Episcopal Church, called at Mr. Dorsey's, and
learning that he was on another part of the
farm, dismounted, hitched his horse to the
fence, and started ob foot to find Mr. Dorsey.
On the inside of the fencer, where his horse
was niicnea, was a siana or oee-nives, aaa
during Mr. Hall's absence the bees attacked
the horse furiously. Unfbrtunatelvtne head-
halter was new and strong, and the effortavf
the tortured animal to disengage Dimseu
were fruitless. , . . At lengtn a servant-boy,
vailed add gloved, was sent with a knife
cut the hitching strap, but when he came
the rescue, be found the horse's mouth wide
open and filled with bees, which literally
stung him to death. Violent inflammation
ensued, and the poor beast died of suffocation
during the day. . -; ;,. , ., .. , .
. An Ikqdibiko Jovbniis "Ma, has aunty
got bees in her mouth?" "No, why do you
ask such a question?", "Cause, that little
man with a heap of balr on his face oatched
hold of ber and said he was going to take the
honey out of ber lips, and she said, 'well, make
hasto.V' m - ,
That portion of the Palais Royal In Paris
is now being torn down in which Alexander
Dumas labored a a copying elsrk in the
office of Louis Philippe, no til ferns found hlui
at tit desk ao4fv hi liberty ,.,.,;,.
Singular Story of Love and Swindling—A
Cunning Adventurer and Precious Scoundrel
One of the Havre journals has the follow
ing somewhat improbable story:
A widow, Madame R , possesses a
large farm in the department of the Rhone,
ana manages it herself, assisted, however, by
ner daughter, Meieno byname, who is twenty-
six years of age. One morning, some time
ago, a young man wearing a foreign costume,
and speaking French with a strong German
accent, presented mmsoir at the larm, and
solicited work. Madame R Jold him
that she had no more need of laborers, and
that besides he appeared too woak for the
heavy toil of a farm. On that he burst Into
tears, and cried: "I am very nnhsppyl 1
belong to a noble Hungarian family named
Jublonski, and had the misfortune to be con
cerned in a conspiracy against Austria. The
plot having oeen discovered, i naa to taice to
flight, in order to escape certain death. I am
at this moment without money and without
borne, but here s a letter from one or my
uncles, announcing that he will send to M.
Parding, a merchant oi Havre, ten thousand
francs to enable me to go to America ; but, in
the meantime, what can l do I
Madame R . moved by this sad tale,
offered hospitality to the exile. Before lunir
the lattor pretended to fall in love with Hel
ene, and succeeded in Inspiring her with a
passion for nim. ne proposed marriage, was
accepted, and he showed letters which he
said came from his family, and which gave
their consent to the union: but ne pretended
that in his quality -of exile he could not ob
tain from Hungary the papers necessary for
the celebration ot the marriage according to
tbo rreucb toriu. fie, accordingly, suggested
that the young woman should accompany
him to America, where marriages are more
easily celebrated, and, strange to say, her
mother consented. n nai was more, tne
mother gave bcr daughter a draft of four
thousand francs, on a fans banker, ana some
bills to collect. -
The couple -went to Havre, and the man''
affected to be greatly pained on learning that
the ten thousand francs which he expected
had not arrived; he, however, made the young
woman give Jura the draft of four thousand
francs, which be gbt discounted, and he like
wise obtained from ber an authorization to
receive the other sums due to her mother
FTn tnnlr nn his residence with her at a hotel
Uui he neglected her to Bpend his time iu bad
company. At last, having spent all the
money sho was to receive, and having pawned
her jewelry and effects, he abandoned her
altogether. " ' .
: Having then made the acquaintance of n
respectable young man, he affected to fall in
love with his sister, proposing marriage to
hen but ne borrowed money irom ine man
ind then broke the match. Finding himself
without resources, he had recourse a few days
ago to an extraordinary experiment; he wrote
to Madame R a letter, purporting to
come from her daughter, giving an account
oi lue acanuuiuus wanner m wiuuu sua ohu
been treated, and the distress to which she
had been reduced, and imploring money to
enable ber to return home. The mother im
mediately dispetched a note of two hundred
francs; but when the man presented himstli
as the address to which, by his direction the
letter naa oeen sent, ne was arrested oy me
police, the young woman having denoupced
nim. He is, It appears, a liberated convict.
I '. - .
A Southern Editress' Idea of Kissing
- The editress of the Thompson (Ga.) Herald
writes bad English; and is very far, we.&ar,
from being a refined or elegant woman; but
she expresses, in her ruds way, a sensible
opinion on the delicious custom, of kissing
between the opposite sexes, as follows:
Well, we reckon some folks would really
tike to know what we thought of kissing,
in the first place, we thought what an absurd
idea it is in a man to ask a young ladfto kiss
bim, just as if he, the senseless being, thought
the poor trembling little creature was goiug
to do it. The idea of a man asking tor a
tnmg so easily obtained l Why. It is ridicu
lous! and. a man with the least particle of
Drains would hoot at the idea, one a say no,
till doomsday. And yon, poor believer,
would forego the happiness of drawing nec
tar from the rose-bud mouth, simply because
you were ignoramus enough to ask for what
you might have taken. There are ten thou
sand ways to kiss a girl without asking the
pleasure. Direct her attention to some thing
on the table; ask for a book yon know to be
there, and while she is there, go with the
aneetea purpose ot helping ner to look tai
it: be particular to get at her left side do vou
need any more telling? If you do, you do
not deserve the" kiss that might be so grace
fully taken. A man who would ask a kiss
of a fair maiden ought to be tarred and
feathered as a craven-hearted monster. Don
do for goodness sake ask the girls to kiss
yont. Kiss them, if you want to, but do it
' CoNrxsaioH or a Clerical Mdbpibib Ex-
TRAORPiN ar x - Lack op Conscience. It
stated that Harden is even now writing his
coniession, ana has communicated certain
portions of it to thejailer and one or two others.
The administering of the poison to his wife
commenced on her return to Ramsey's, and
was given u uer wane Biuuig ou uu anee,
even during the endearments or an appar
ently loving wife. He kindly invited her to
partake of an apple on which he had spread
arsenic, one unsuspectingly ate it, remark
ing that it appeared to have something gritty
on it.. He replied that it was "nothiug.
There are statements, said to have been mode
by the prisoner, involving his criminality
with others who shared his affections. His
purchasing the arsenic at Easton, bis using
that which was about the house, are con
firmed; by Harden's own - words. What is
most astonishing, is the statement that in the
perpetration of these enormities, Harden does'
not seein to have hod the slightest compunc
tions. He did them without for once think
ing that he was doing any thing very dread.
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EXTBAOBDINABY LiTH.AB.Qy'. All AngOU-
leme (France) journal relates a case of
lethargy in that place. . Recently a widow
named Joly, living with her family on the
Rampart du Nord, after taking her ordinary
repast, retired to rest at nine o'clock, her
usual hour. The next day she did not get
up, and when her children went to her room,
they found that she was tost asleep and could
not be awakened, Tbey sent for a physician
and he did what he could, without, however,
succeed ing in restoring her to consciousness.
A priest was next brought and he adminis
tered thp last rites of religion. Since then
she has remained in state of complete
lethargy, and has all the appearance of being
in a peaceful slumber; her pulse is regular
and no change boa tukon place In ber feat
five yeans has been paralyzed in the left side,
but sne has always been in good health, and of
a very cheerful disposition. , . . .
'A Woman Fbiortenio to Death by a Doo.
Mrs. Caroline E. Open, of Stougbton, Can
ada, died from a very singular cause, on
Wednesday night. She bad spent the even
ing at her sister's bouse, about three-quarturs
of a mil from her own residence, and started
for borne alone, decliuing to trouble any one
to go with ber. ' After nearly reaching home,
a dog (prang up close to her, barking fu
riously, at wiilju she was very much fright,
ened, causing a rupture and sudden hemor
rhage, aocoiupaniea by a violent cougbiug,
and after proceeding a few steps, she sank
rd hsr, and e!
cms one bousing disoov-
. aarrleoT home, wsre,
bsut two beate
Beauty of the Vatican Gardens in Rome.
The last number of the New York Indn-
Smdent has this description by Harriet
This afternoon we went to the Gardens of
the Vatican. The artificial parks are not
much different from any formally arranged
French or Italian garden, but there is a deli
cious little wilderness, hedged in by tall,
clipped box-hedges, and overshadowed by
thick old ilex-trees, which is a perfect fairy
land ot delight.
The air was nilea witn the murmur oi
mossy fountains which cooled almost every
nook and corner, aud the ground beneath the
trees was all ablow with the most delicious
wild flowers. The cyclamen, with its green
engraven leaves, and its deep rosy ruff of
blossoms, was growing in pencci nanus, nuing
the air with a faint, musky fragrance. Ne
flower can be Imagined more quaint and per
fect than this cyclamen. Its color is that
pure damask rose that almost deepens to
crimson, and each flower-stalk bears on its
bent bead a sort or a crown like a tiara.
We were wild with seeing so many rising
in armies between ns and the slant afternoon
sunlight, and we gathered until our bands
could scarcely bold another. It grew in such
beautiful wildness, enwreatbea with running
green ivy and myrtle, with great pale blue
stars, and delicate feathers of fern and maid
en s hair. '
We agreed that if we Should meet the Pone
then and there we should bi in a hnmor to
think well of him for keeping such lovely
gardens. W hat a pity, we thought, that there
were not really a benignant lather innaoiiing
that palace and walking in these enchanted
bowers. How lovely a fiction is that of a
mother church a sort of palace beautiful
me resort or an unrisiian graces, wnose en
chanting gardens should be open to pilgrims
of all nations to wander, solacing themselves
with picking Sowers, as we were doing.
And the fountains! Certainly the Italian
mind succeeds better than any other In the
oeatrv of water, and here in Rome most of
-aik zr ever-ero you wander out oi tne Booming
. . v . r . ..... ...
sound ot falling water, ana tne devices ot loun
tains are each one an idyllic poem. Here the
little cascade breaks over rocks formed of
broken sculptures of antiouitv: half grown
with moss. There, again, it is in basins
rudely chipped from' natural rock. Some
times the wuesr is made to dash down slopes
perfectly green with moss, or trickle throuuh
fringes of ferns and maiden's hair. Grottos
friugy with water-plants surround the foun
tains. We were much amused at the aspect
ot two nuge old grimns wno were industri
ously spouting water out of jaws bewhiskered
with ferns and bearded with mosseB. The
silent afternoon stillness of this lovely wil
derness, in close proximity to the great brood-
lug dome of St. Peter and the proud balls of
the Vatican, seemed to us like a lovely dream
ot peace and stillness in the hot glare of a
triumphal procession. The bells, beginning
to toll for vespers, mingled dreamily with the
fountains' plashing, ana shut in as we were
by high green hedges, ana overarched by
trees all resonant with bird-singings, one
longed to lie down there and be at peace, as
souis oo mat nave entered raraoise. .
Tattersall's in England—The Settling Day.
The London correspondent of the New Or
leans Delta observes in. regard to Tatter
jail's: ' -
This world-wide renownedplace Is situated
in an obscure locality, near Hyde Park cor
ner. You drive down a dirty lone, where
you would only taucy to una tne- stable or i
blind donkey, to enter a spacious and well
arranged building, with court-yards for the
display of horses, and tables and deka for
the deeds ot cash wnicn are tnera transacted
to so large an amount. On the settling day
for the Derby the place is like the orush room
of an opera, scarcely any passing along
through the crowd; every one. holding a
bundle of bank notes, and treating them as
if tbey were so . much waste paper a beck
and a nod reference to a book just a word.
For instance, I owe you 3,000, or I want
5,000 of you notes pass bauds for the
amount, and on they travel, to receive or
give tnese precious pieces or paper, neither
a thank-you nor a word Of disappointment,
nor a flush of pleasure. Suddenly one man
seems particularly wanted, nowever, ana
name is frequently heard. Not seen him.
The fact is communicated at last to the
Secretary that be is turn eet, and the next day
he will be hanged; that is to say, his name
will appeal1 suspended in the great room, in
black and white, and, henceforth, he will not
be able to make his appearance in any bet
ting ring in England. It is the sporting fiat
of bankruptcy which has gone forth against
LI mi !, .L! 1 I'-, n.in
aim. x-iie uuiure una ume wu lur xi,uuu,
1Mb characteristic of the distrust that reigns
throughout all turf doings, that the jockey
who is to ride is never named till the last
moment. For Instance, for the winning
horse, Mr. Merry imported an Englishman
from St. Petersburg that day, though it was
nnauy agreed a strange lad, a novice, should
ride, and, the next day after' the Derby men
were off to all parts, not knowing what
norse tney were to oe concerned lor, one
going express to Turin in Italy, and winning
tne iiauan ueroy ine next nour alter nut ar
rival. The cost of training and entering the
two hundred and twenty-four horses that
were put aown to run tor the tieriv bos been
the cause of some calculations and reckoned
at 50,000, and the number ot visitors on the
Derby day, taking two men to a yard, which
is ine ponce war oi calculating, nas oeen
timated at five hundred thousand.
Physical Proportions op the Human
Family. The largest circle of the terrestrial
globe ot uniform temperature is tne equator.
Those running parallel to this, as for exam
ple, the tropics, polar circle. 4c, diminish as
they approach either pole. The stature of
the human race, especially that of men, like
wise lessens, though not to the same extent
at an, irom tne equatorial ana tropical re
gions toward the poles. In the warm lati
tudes are found races of men of large dimen
sions dwindling in the cold regions of the
high latitudes, so that it may be-amrrued that
men grow low in proportion as the latitude
is high. But women are more uniform in
size than men, being of neatly equal bight in
places where men vary very much in size.
In regions where males are mnch taller than
the average, the women continue of about
thun same medium dimensions. The fact, too,
appears from historic monuments, that the
size of the race in general has not varied
Irom the earliest ages, and that men and
women are now of the same dimensions as
they were before the period of Moses. This,
we suppose, is amply corroborated by the
evidence afforded by the thousands of mum
mies which have been recently unrolled after
lying hidden for thirty and forty centuries,
perhaps, in the catacomb of Egypt. '
The Danokb or Peculiar Associations
with Women. At Lansing, Mich., a young
man was assisting a female domestic late at
night into a back window of her master's
house, when the master, supposing that rob
bers were attempting to gain admittance, fired
a revolver, dangerously wounding the young
A South mm Woman MuRninso ey Hsr
Mulatto Pabamous. Mrs.- Rhodes, of Fay
ettvllle, N. C, was horribly murdered a few
days ago by a free mulatto as is supposed
now under arrest, with whom she had
eloped, taking 42,500 in money- with her.
When found, b.er throat was cut and her
head crushed. . w : ',.
Sale or a Laaoe Arkansas Plantation.
Joshua M, Craig, of Chicot County, Ark.,
recently sold to Jndge Francis Griffin, ol
Washington County, Miss., his plantation
and ntgroes, known an the "Lslaud Plan.
Plantation," tor tha kandsom tun of fjeoo,.
Appearance of Nauvoo City—The Late Joe
A Chicago delegate returning to his home,
visited the ruins of Nanvoo City, and gives
the following description thereof:
A vast extent ef ground i covered by the
rains of this city, Strerts beautifully laid
but, Wide and spacious, Macadamized and in
good order, afford evidence of good taste and
systematic design. Numbers of large brick
bouses,, with doors gone, windows broken,
and partially unroofed and useless, in every
sense of the term. A very large unfinished
brick hotel, with marble cuppings, is in the
center of the city, a -very picture of desola
tion and destruction. The site of the town
is unsurpassed by any on the. river. It is
most admirably adapted for the wanta of a
Urge city; access to it is easy, by land and
water, the climate is genial, ana the general
condition of the place healthy. - Since the
departure of the French, the Germans have
flocked there in crowds, and now occupy ths
greater portion of the city.
Young Joe Smith, the son of the prophet,
is twenty-six years of age, and occupies the
house in which his father first lived. He be
lieves, as did his faVher, in, all the Mormon
doctrines, except the one which countenance
the plurality of wives.
lie is a justice of the peace, aud lived on
his property. His house resembles an old
fashioned, gable-ended New England farm
house, surrounded by a neat plot of groubd,
thickly studded by tree. In the drawing
room hangs a portrait of the old prophet him
self, which loolcs-just as he did, cow lick and
all, twenty years ago. nr. smith Is highly
respected oy nis reiiow-iownsmen, on wnom
he does not attempt to obtrude bis opinions.
He does not bold a great deal of landed prop
erty here, though bo has available means
The relict of Proohet Smith some time since
married a Mr. Bialneimer, who, with her. oc
cupies the house from which the first hus
band was driven. He is considerable of a
man, and "knows how to keep a hotel, that
being the nresent oecunation of himself and
all that remains to tell the mournful tale of
old Smith, the defunct The hotel in which
they entertain the traveling weary was for
merlv the hcadouarters of the 'aithful. Tha
alarm bell still hangs, though ropeless, in the
belfry, and the evidence of the Prophet's love
of it-yle are many and varied. A fine grapery
is iu full growth at the side of the house, and
the only decent orchard I have seen since
leaving v;hicago is in the rear. The lady is
about sixty years of age. She has a fine
figure, portly and fair, and. is evidently a
kind-hearted and benevolent lady, who is
tinctured a little with the spirit of the tra
ditional lanKee, ana wno agrees witn the
Scriptures that it is not good for man to lira
The Height of Foolish Politeness.
' The Paris SiecU revives an old story: -
At the corner of one of the streets leading
into the Rue la Temple, a large crowd as
sembled two days ago, and on inquiry it
turned out to have been caused in this way:
Tvo well dressed females, each with an amnle
crinoline, met on the pavement, which is
narrow; and one, stepping toward tbe wall,
4ald,' 'Pardon, Madame!' thinking that the
otner would stand asiao; out the other an
swercd, 'Pardon Madame.' and remained firm,
Pass, then, if you' can!' returned tbe first,
tbe second replying, 'Oh, I am in no hurry,
and can wait until yon let me pass!' 'As yon
please,' retorted the first speaker, 'I also have
time to wait.' And the two stood still. For
a quarter of an honr they remained close to
each other, in apite of the crowd. At length
some one cried out, 'What are they doing
there?' 'Tbey are trying to see which is the
most pigheaded'answered a bystander; 'but
tney appear to oe equal in mat quality.
This caused a shout of laughter, and the two
females, at last becoming disconcerted, ev
erally turned back the way they bad come.
This affair, odds tbe SiecU, calls to mind one
which occurred at the Court of Charles V.
Two ladies of equal rank disputed who should
have precedence in ft reception, and the mat
ter was considered of such gravity by the
master of ceremonies that be consulted the
Emperor about it. 'Let the more silly come
In ISnf ' nrua hie U.1..I.'. rani. "
A Shower or Pebbles in Gbobbia. No
ticing a shower of pebble-stones, told of by
Western exchange, the Savannah (Ga.) Re
publican says: ''A similar circumstance oc
curred in our city, during the storm on
Thursday afternoon, and the fact is authenti
cated beyond a donbt. About a quart fell
upon the roof of a house in the south-western
part of the city, and they were scattered
about generally in the neighborhood. Thev
are of all sizes, from a small marble to a gar-
uen pea, ana in an respects similar to those
used in the new style of roofing, though none
had been used for that purpose on the houses
in the neighborhood. About a gill were
gathered up and brought to our office. A
few of them are touched with coal tar, from
which we infer that tbey were taken up by
wiurjwiuu irom iue tops oi nouses at some
point unknown, perhaps hundred of miles
uistaui. , , .
' A Female Slave Whipped to Drath.
W. Ji Holloway, of Lexington, Mississippi,
was arrested the other day for whipping one
of his negro women to death. A jury of in
quest,appointed in the case caused the body
of the victim to be exhumed, and returned a
verdiot in accordance with the facts before
stated. .The murderer has been held for
trial. ; -. ; 1 -
A Sensible Husband. Last week John
Bergharm eloped with a married woman
named Riley, who resided near Detroit, Mich.
The husband followed the fugitives a short
distance when he came to the conclusion
that they were not worth following, and in
language of classic eloquence exclaimed:
"Let her slide!" Berghams has a wife who
will be left in a state of destitution.
The Cent Nuisance in New Yoek. Gon.
Dix, the New York City Postmaster, has
given orders to all bis subordinates at the
central office, and its various branches, that
no more old copper cents Should be paid out.
tuuugu tuts cumoersome coin will do receivea
as usual. The object is to secure its return to
the U.S. Mint.
The New York Militia Tax Regarded aj,
A Nuisance, The Grand Jury in New York
state that for the collection of $700 or mili
tary fines, 479 exempts and 383 commuters,
besides parties liable,- have been fined by
Court Martial, and $2,600 expenses have been
entailedon thepublio. They therefore present
the institution as a nuisance. .
Martial Forces op Russia. In addition
to her standing army of 800, OQp men, Russia
has at. least the nucleus of a fury respectable
navy. She bas fifty-four 11ne-of-battle-ships,
ranging from JO to 120 guns each; 28 frigates,
carrying from 40 to 60 guns; 34 war steamers,
and 40 corvettes, schooners and brigs. The
number of seamen maintained by Russia is
42,000. . . i . ... -
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PiiOGBitsH,tvr Southern i Railways. The
Peosacola. (Fla.) Observer, of the llith, says
that forty miles of the Florida Road is com
plete and iu running order, and that by the
4th inst, li will all be done to the Florida line.
It is expected, further, that by the 1st of No
vember twenty-five miles of track will he laid
down from the State line toward Montgomery.
'ANorsxa Duel on -the Tapis. It'fs an
nounced that a challenge ha been tent by
Mi'. A. Smith, of California, to Mr. Merrick,
of Illinois, who was the delegate that de
clared in ice ConventioL. during Mr. Smith's
offimsive remarks, that if Mr, Cusblcn ths
President, culd not pretest ths miubsri
lbs would prwlAWt thsniselrsl
RWeWW- .-si,.. -,-. m - -.-fcBMlffB
RATES OF ADVCariStNO
AdrartleesuBta aot xcaMliaa are Hue. (aamMV.
One rnenrtlnn..,.. 0 1 , a h.e.rtlowu..4) ft,
li inmrtiowu.... fvl 4 do . it ot
Larevr e4arttaraMa aniae at the ttiewiaii rate
a-rounarenf tea Itaeee tear . ..
0e mart !"S , ho-t
leek addltl. .. 5 J l - i..
JOB PHIPTItNO i
ta all Its bfaaelm done witn aeatnaa, aad hi.
WHEELER I WILSON'S
WO. T? W. FOfRTH-eTK KET, '
PIKE O PIC 1 1 A. HOUKE,
CINCINNATI. , . .
wmris off. it h. to ths prnt.iii Tnrj
Y WhnW A Wllaon Howlne Uerliine. with Is.
portaut imrovemelita. aad to uioet the otnan-t for a -
:noa, iriiv-pricwa tunny mecnine, nre imrooncnu n
I Ew BTY Lit. workltia usoa the eame arinclBle. and
making the futme tjt..h, tnouifh not eo aigulr aa-lehiKl.atrirTT-riVB)
. Th eleauaoe, epred, nolnelemaeee and eimpilcftr of
the Machine, tbe beauty and etreoatb of etltch. Be
ing ALiaa oa aora aioaa, irapueeioie to ra.ni, ana
lumvln do chain or rldce on the ander aide. thA
conoinr of thread and adaptability to the thiokeeft
or tlilnneol BBiinca, aaa renaereo. cure me mon enr
cronful and papular Vaaillji aewlnf Machine aotr
At our varlona offloef wa eell at ITtw York prteee,
and aie iuatrnctlone, free of charge, to enable pnr
chaiwire to aew ordinary Beama, hem, fell, qniir,
author, nine ana tuck, an oa tne eame maculae, ana
warrant lor inree rear.
Bend or call for a circular OfHuaiBing run paraco
ava, arteee, teatlmoalaie, etc.
iv.H. HCJ1NRR e Vn.
No. a SEWING MACHINE..
FT IS WELL UNDERSTOOD BYMANTJ..
YACTUBKKS end all thoae who uaa HluorT. Ill
chinas, that the? wiU do ,
I GREATER VARIETY OF WORK, . r
, WILL DO MORE WORK, AND
WILL DO IT IN BETTER STYLE
Than can be dona on any other Maohine.-' SINtt-
BB'B PAMILT MACHINES, S3S aad ST8.
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waan-ar JAW. SK Alt DON, Aent.
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES!
i No. 72 West JFourlh-strcct.- -.
THOSE IN WANT OF A OOOO EW. J
ISO MACHINE are invited lu examine oara
before porchaelng elsewhere.
jrOTjrVBSX ' ate OO, Agent,'
mrS-QBA - r Wo. 7i Weet Pnnrth, oBtalre. '
$30. $80. $30. $30. $30.
Thlrtr-DvUer liable Iioek-autek .-. : .
Family Sewing Machines
BBCUBID BT HK0BNT LITTEBS PATXKT. '
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en It, to be the beet and muet dean-able ramil -Sewing
Machine aver introduced, bkoabolbga or
PBICB. It will aew all kind, of famll, gi.idft, from
the very thickeet to the very Hneet labrlce made, and
aeee all kind, of thread, from No. S lo SVI. .
-No CHI I weed ea lop e fee AfooMae.
Bend for a clrculer, or call and eee it in operation.
Upon early application, Btate aud County rlgbtamar
An energetic pereon oa-i make a fortune In a abort
time. Agents wanted iu all uuaold Territory.
H. 0. BURT MAN,
Bole and axolanlra agent for the United Htatea;
eepl4-t( M Weet r-iarth-elreel. Cioeinaati.
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TIIB MOST WO N DB R FUL DMCOV-
JL BUY OF THE AGE. Dr. CALVIN; r.rair1f
of Loudon t.nd B.t(mra Htiapltalt, where ha baa
bad many ream' practice lo tna treatment of -oenMkl
diMaacs, but mr recenU of Blttxico whin -luoh
dtaaaoea are to b foaod In their rani-Mt form.
During hit practice tbera. Id coqiii-oKoo with Dr.
Don AN10N1O DK LAC8VALLU8, one of tha
mist eminent phjratctana iu Mnxlco and Spain, tbey
diMorared a remedy In one of tha Unxican planu,
and found only In Son t hern Mexico, that remove, aa
li by magic, all the veuo'eal taint from the ayatem.
In the primary or aeonndary fuim. Syphilis, in the
worat atae, permanently cirred in a vary chort tlnu,
aud the eyetem thoroughly cleanaed and pure, as
If it bad nerar been contaminated by that wuat of
all dlaeaaea, HyphUla. Sorofula. Leproey aud all
kinds of corruption of the blood and diaewaea at tha
kin removed permanently and quickly by thja pow
erful agent and alder of nature, "Mexican Specific. "
No one need be reduood to a akeleton. and euAer the
tort urea of the Inquisition, and robbed of hta lant
dollar, and still not cured. Dr. Calvin aleo he In mil
klnda of chronic diaeaaaa with great eucceee. Med
icine only to pay fur, aa all diaeuxea are treated fiea '
of charge, except by apecfal contract Persona at a '
difltance can be treauni by aendiug correct elate
oienta of their earn by letter, and ten cenu iu
piMitKge atauipe. Call on ur add rat Pr CALVIN.
UU.l Vine-etreet, btwem Fifth aud Hixth-atreeta ,
Cincinnati Ohio, horn ia the time to-morrow may
be too late.
The loctnr baa located permanently tn the city,
and can at all timea be found at hie oOioe, .
jftStiiid for Circular.
No. 203 Vlne-street. '
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J rfT RECEIVED PKtt STEAMER
. rS.OUO feet Teaneaaee Bed Cedar, and for .ale
at very low prlcee.
6.000 Oeuar Fenna Poete;
.- $-010 Loou.t Fence Poete:' . . ':. - . - .
40,000 reet fencing Boarde; '
Ordorefor Cedar Boarde, Joule, Poete, Ilaorlng,'
Ac, filled at ehort notice - ,
loii.ooo ft. eeaa'd 1 aud 2 la. let com. Pine Lumber 1
100,000 ft eeaa'd 1,1, 2 and t In. cleur do. do. ;
Mn,iK) ft. aeoond and third common do. do. :
euu,ouu ft Pine, Poplar, Oak aud Hemlock Joteta and .
AU well aeaeuned, and will be Bold low for oub, or
on short time, to make room for new etook, bjr v
', Thos. W. Faxrin A Co., ,
Wholesale gnd Retail Lumber Dealers. J
: " Yard 'on rraemao-elreet oppoeita (ieort-,.
end next lo0 H. and I). H. It. iVpot. jee "
) jin iii
H. H.Cook. ... ia, MJwii'.'''1'' '
M. H. COOK A CO., w
.....j.-i . pitoptticTOKM or 1
CHEAT WESTEKN PLANING KUL
BiTWiiM rif in ad BixiH-aT Burra, OIN.
I, tllNNATl, OHIO, , ,. i
IN OONSEQlTENpE OP flAVINO EN.' '
T1HH.LY abiui-loned buildlug lu the city, and )
turned our attenfiou to preparluir building materiall
uf every deecrlptlou, we cn eatolv eny that our el.-.
r-leace in tbe bualooaeand eur taclmie. enable ue
oiler ioduoeiuuntu to buildor. in the city and at a -
dl.tauoe uiiaiirpNaaad, if eiualed, by any oilier eioii
Ur eu.blUknieut in the V eat 1
- We eleo Biaaiifactuie Veneera of all descriptlone, ;
and kennon band an aesortineut of Hah- gauv, K-ee-food,
Walnut and Oak Veueer. Aleo, fine Baokiiia ' , 1
ftr Picture, and Looking-alaMee.
f; ",.-Wa havejuel lecuvod fortvthoneand futof
ated tledar. of Sue ijuality, which we can .ell at
leea arkia than it uaa ever been told fur ia Uil. aiar.
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bowler; j 1
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MKIFE'4spIN THE TETRR1NA11V . ,'
H t.oCt,a,tiai of sliKUai 'Ne) oibo, No. lj '
eixtn-euuet, betwen Blaiu end Walnut, t'luomnatt. v.
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