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TirOCUAFIIICAL UNION NO. 3,
To Miami Crrove
.vkbrute theduy to yccomjjanr thein.
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-- UNION re mnklii rruituiliU UneltlirMB
I " Fourth f .lul) in hii aiipr. miuto uiutinor, by an
icural.iu to MIAMI iiniiVE, twinty.one milci
'" " tlio river, and cord tally inlto all who wieh to
ur,n "i? auiKi B, IcKKI), Esq.. of the
J Jiiilv Times, ill r. nri ftm Wurntlon of lode-
p udenoa. goud orators will be poteen t, and nothing
rJ" hn '"1L u,lfonfl -- will add to the enjoyment of
vuifiw m mirnumire. ,
BRANDT'S CORNET BAND,
Wlntlna- or BIXTF.KN Wlmitlt AWH. will. Rr.
jinil Hiring Instrument, will furnish mimic on th
J Tbe larire, iplciiilid and rotumodlon. Mpw
r,'jrl.an paHaaiiffer-Bteamer MAllIHOM bM been
j J "(wcily chartcrea for tliin occuaiun. . ,--
coviitu or iBiiugrumi, j,-.
i P. J. Bsaiti - i (Im. T. Griffith,' ;
u. 11. "nilieneugn, t. Uouirtillii
i ium aiuoru, ) .
' MAVAOBR. , "" ,' I
V. T. VaiiHin, J.J. MonU.nler,
.I ,i.iO" Scullv, Aug. Donnelly. .
Win. A. Haker, K. T. Carroll, . '
J' , jr. r. Miner,
'' 'I lieo. 'I'liorptf)
'an. C. Uiu-fl,
- 'obn Collina,
.:. L'H. Long,
lv U. M. Eaton,
lidU, StftViCk, ,
M. V'iltniniFtnB. A. O HiimII
W. W. Vii..lrlor,G. B. KI.Ionour,
U.M.Tivlwi. Frank W. Mow,
Wllxiti Klw. I1, J. 8. Tomlln.oil,
T.H.W. ntw.irlli, A. V. OlaMer,
C. U. WhIU., 1. r. I,sphm,
Tlioo. l'nttlt, J. K. lluilef,
O. W. 8top, . V.V. Fochlney.
FLOOR HAMA0E1UI. ' ' '
B. Kami), . v J. P. Young, I
II. O. l'arlsli, A. E. Curry,
:A. K, C'DHlng; ' 1.1. Kavanaugb
IH. W, Oolby, " r
m :i. u. itiioh,
C. FfcAHK SllELDO
I (f 'lh boat will In
V Walnut-at.! thmco
Utth-Bt. and tlinnu
JAM KM HINnEMH. flhlof
V. I bank Sheldon, Auiistuut thiol.
Iratn tb foot of WaliuitJU at 7
gtou B'i'v iNBwpin-c, aoa rptura to
CO to the font ot W0Htfrn.row and
to tlio Urove.
Tlcktt Ml To ha had nf thn AVtnmltlAM of
i Arran8onuMita,ona At thoconnniiff-rooiiii of the
btiqutrvr, Ximott auu Prctw : ot U. 11. WaMliabausb,
lii7Ptto ncan room, and ut tbo boat on the luoruliig
f tha fourth. 1 ' : jew
' 1776. F0UKT1I0P JDIT. i860.
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O I T Y O T
WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 4, I860.
By H. P. Dlehl, Pyroteohnlst.
THUS FXHIBfTTON OF Ff RKWOR H
-A. will be tU k tan doit rflpruHentat.un of the art of
vroiecnuioi evtir witnoaarn in tins city. Daring
t i 0TntiiR. Artit.rlal Bombshells will da thrown to
great altiide, which, upon bunting, will be iual
in hrilliancy to one hundred of the largotit rackeU.
The memorablu ac-tiuu betwwm tha Constitution ad
(Mterriurt bo produced with thrtlling effect, i
- For dfacrlption ofnipces, co proerammee. - I
WKBEK'b COltN'ET BAND will Ihj in attendance
. 'r.ckata lo tfatH, 5d ote. ; tjutraucf on KiRht hJitroeU
Tu'kuta without fluutB.uttt; enliauceonPliim
n'ret. ' 7 ' je27-li
SonrAr, ririxic-TO bk ditn on
. WLDN ESiiAY, July , at Vcr.UAN . ft'. Z
, tKOVE. The undonlgurd would r- LeW'ViT
Aocttully announco to their rriendi,l&-Sa
t". I'.'t Public tonerally, that tlioy IU if a
'lai riciiiu dm stated above.
I'Ue cum mod lora and aplrndhl itoamer VAR9 haa
f. fit una uid for tha wjcmU, n.l will luavo the
it of Walnut. st. at 7H o'clock prociely, and after
' '.,kinff tha neoraaary landing, ahe will proceed to
.. beantlful frrore, boveuteen inllee np the river, i
A, HOOD, , H. 8TKVRNS. I
oa 'i;.(i:..j. John hon; "- n. v. iiamileb,
J. V. O. WENTWOKTH. ,
'"Kia ilummm. A. Harrlnon, G. Bromoll.n. D.
m ungn, J. tiartliier, J, Yuker, J. Petemon, K, IlaKoii.
) uilth, M. Bromall, II. A. Hamilton, M. Bnhojr,
V II. alortoB, 0. Kohlman, T. Blum, Jr., K, Hklll.
m ii, h. folllo, J. Theobald, IL fitnenvr, W.'Whor.
hr. A. Aii.rlmltx. M ii.li.r. A P.tArin . - T:
1. i TIOKKTN ONC DOLfVAIt. ' . ,
Wm. BLcUoimld'i Quadrille Bated h etignged fhr
ha occasion. . i - Vw-tt-
WTOTIOK. THK NATIONAIi THBATJEt
1 in ow ktr rent for the Suuimpr wwouMur rflie
irtrii al lrlbrmaBoea, Italian, German or Burlmwiaa
Uperarf, ic., &',, nil may be had on reasonable tertut
vj iiiu iiiKu. ur ivLoa. . c or pari iruinrn. appiv h.
r UJtPf fftill Theater Butldln
' DIXEVS' LAD
ii OUT tSt" TIIE WILDERNESS,
liillaUa- tlkl.ialllwH Prlfa M ffirlrl
JOHN CHURCH, Jttw, ' I
,t 't ' 6A WKHT yOURTH-tiT.'
'- Airl IV ltiv4,'vDNt K ot jti ups a(ui
vaw York) powpriul trnd double
Rrndaption lionrar' Fiaaoe, pro
Ulllllll l.,.rrn.,,..h tl..n .... Airi. 1a
V - baUr. - Pianos and M lodeonn tnned and repaired
Afueiotl fnbinniiKDtsa. lllug a. halt-primal. Ja
nol buy or ivnt a Fiauo until you have called and ax
r(-ni a i
rtfellTINO ABIW)iole A stent,
Piano I)'iiWn an it ',
Ho. 3i7 W. yiith-attae.
Farnlturel Furniture! Garniture!
AHTEli NO, 34 KAftl
3 and 1,1 tW 1 hfrd-.lrei t. be
Lumuro, haa at all tlmei on ham
t ilih. and l:i and 1.T Eaaf 1 hfrd -lr. t. be.
lwct'D Main ami Sycumuro, haa at all tlmei on hand
every variety of UuueuhoM Goods, such ua Bofae, Ho
"iabloi. Fancy Chain, Divan. Carpote. all patterns
d pmovl UUl"tU any width tiQve yards; Stoves
both rtrohinif and taentinffi all kludtt of Oltlce VuruU
,ra, LMsaa, bukiim, 74are aauiev,' iron aies, matt
tii)g,xiui-back ulialra, a, Al.o,' tttort vtxturea of
oil klndai lunter pltolvinf, HUow-caae., Jsar Ftxt
tuna, &. Billiard Ta'Ua.ihtaiuloUl.- U) iu,
yery oouy, uua aoora aro ummi.. w. 1 - t
DR. MERIT, -WE LT.S,
- r RESIDENT DSNTlSTr ' 1
U KS T A L ' Vl)l,l, KiJ K IH Kl It W A R Yl HO,
OllLLtiUlf-STUUKT. but,v:uu III:
evtutk and Vtue aud Baca, Cinoia WJ, OA T.j,
II. CAM PMSfj; & CO.,
ANI'PAt'TliUKMH'Or BAR, hhkbt
. and Boilr Irou, I'iow blaira, luilroad buiaea,
ilr.. Alay.agi uta for tbo aulo uf Lroatou .htar nail.
Wareroouu, ttt. 11a jcal aooud-itiat, uiupuuiau
-tibio. : v - r j
UTAH ainn. inpa aaana orfU
rioNJjTADt1'S 8AI,l!.-hY J klaftF OF
an bAJicullou l" C""VJi t ."A" 011
ATUBDA,lio"u nay 01 jnty, iait tono'clork
u in the MiamK'aiial.ut the hlm-auoot Bridff.,
I. r,.n.liiir aoodH and LhalUilM to.wlrTbe OanaU
boat. oJonl 1 Uanlia twi .uV lObl. ,Lra.
Taken under two waior-ciui. i
A II Kchauv. at kl ' L J'
LuWj at the lull of J.
,1 JOSKPH DUBBm.I., OaiietakU.
mn IMTIII.OI'T ;AKJ)M.-A FINJB A BT1.
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J'RS, C'ANB. ANU JLtJS OP
LIST OF PRI0S8 IfOlt PLATH WO Kit ''1 J
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VOL, III, NO. 129.
CINCINNATI. TUESDAY MORNING.
JULY 3, 1860.
, lv - " : . . , ;, ..,, , -, '- St WuS'iT
PRICE ONE CENT.
I.rrTii Him-(7nilaate. hater than City time,
" ' n .lOA. M.aadllP. M. Oolumbua Ao
commodatlon, 4 P. M. Xenla Accommodation,
CmcinMiTl, Hamiltok akd Dattok-t mlnnte.
aawr mail uity tlmw.J A. H., Ti30 A. M., J,30
P. If. and A P. M. Baaatltoa AoeootmodaUoa, 8 A.
M . and 3,30 P. H, '
Ohio ab Muwiaarrn-lll nlnatea .lower thaa
City tlmej 4i3 A. M. and 3i33 P. M. bowlrrllle
AtTommodatlon, U P. M.
iKDIAHArOLM AND ClHCIkHATI BaOBT-LiHa 11
mlnnte .lower thaa City time, 5t40 A. M lli3
A.M. and 6 P. H.
Hahutta add (JiaoiKKtTi (7 mlnntea dm tor thaa
Olty time,) 8il 3 A. M. and 3t30 P. M. .
.Ootwotoh Asa. LaiiiKiTOK-lWty time, Si45A.
a and 3i33 P. M.
t OtaonrXAti, BicbmoiM) Ann InaiAAot.iaa A.
M., iti30 P. M., j P. M. ,
' IiirrLl Hiahi-3i30 A. M 8 A. M., Ui04 A. If,
and 4i40 P. M.
Onto urn MiMiaaim-7i30 A. H., 1'Ji38 P. M.
and 9i50 P. M.
CWCHKATt, H AUU TO and Dattow Tt43 A. M.
10i40 A. M., 1 P. f ., 9i30 P. M., ri35 P. M. and
- lKIHAaAMAU AMD ClwulnATI-lOllS A. M.,
P. M. and l'J P. M.
Masiitta aid CincmaATi 10i3'J A. M. and
5il3 P. M.
OoTiaaTO amd Luimotom 10i3,1 A. M. and
4i58 P. M. .
OINOINMATI, BlCHKOMD AMD IkDIAHAFOaU T 1 4 3
A.M.,i. M., SiSOP. M. ,
.Tbaddeug Hyatt has commenced a suit
against tbe Hergeant-at-Artnj of the Senate.
' ' A legal wag calls his marriage certificate
"a writ of attaln'd her."
"That'i mr buainetui." as the butcher said
to the dog that was killing his sheep.
"Where a man's business is, there is the
place for bis religion to manifest itself.
Why does a sailor know there is a man in
tne moon Hecause he has been to sea. .
There Is a phrenologist in London who can
tell the contents of a barrel by examining its
head. . . , , .
John B. Norman, editor of the New Albany
(Ind.) Ledger, has been reappointed Surveyor
of that port.
" Communication Is now perfect from Nan
tucket, Mass., to tbe main land by submarine
telegraph. . ..,
Prof. Bache will reach Boston' about the
4th ins t.,( to-morrow), for the purpose of mak
ing an examination 01 tne naroor.
A traveler says that Mount Vesuvius never
sleeps. It must be sleepy, for it is always
yawning. r - t
'An old bachelor says that during leap year
tbe ladies jump at every offer of marriage
hence the term. - -
The ' rapidly-growing 'locality formerly
known as West Albany, N. V., is now called
. Enoch Baldwin, President of the Shoe and
Leather Dealers' Bank, of Boston, died re
cently, at his residence in Dorchester. .
A suit has been commenced against the
Steamer John L. SteoJunm for hrincrina nn
ber last trip from Panama, aa xces -of
paaoongora. . , ...
' Rev. N. K. George, and the horse upon
which he was riding, at Franconia, N. H.,
were instantly killed by lightning on Thurs
day afternoon, i ... . . '.
Rev. Patrick Barnbury, a young priest of
the Catholio Diocese of Louisville, died re
cently in Ireland, whither he had gone for
his health. . : v.
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Michael Phelan. the chamDion billiard
player, has retired from the field, disgusted,,
like Alexander, that he has no new world to
conquer. , ; , j
It is thoutrht that Heenan and Savers will
clear twenty-five thousand dollars each by
their starring tour in England; and an equal
sum In this country. ...... ,
At a recent fire in Philadelphia.1 which
badly dam acred the dwellinir-houae of Thoa.
Bennett, two hundred canary-birds were
Dunn (OLOeatii, j l T Tf q f C.
In an' English coal-pit, recently, I miner
who had perished there forty rears before was
so well preserved as to be recognized by an
old woman, who was to have listen his wife.
At an inn in Sweden there was the follow-
Incr Inscrlntlnn in Enelish on the wall: "You
will find at Troibathe excellent bread, meat
and wine, provided you bring them." , ; ' .
A man from Hiberhla,' of course com-
cTainod to his physician that he stuffed hits
so much with drags thai be was sick a long
time stfte he got weU. , . v-i
' ' Whatever we may think of woman's right
to vote, and legislate, there can be no disput
ing ber right to oars arms and taw prettier
the better and more irnOtible, . , , I
Every household has its cet names. ... Mrl
Jones enchants his helprlate by calling her
"his idol." Jones, however, privately Bpells
Hi-d-l-e. i., .. ... . . -' 1
An EnfliBh witneea. on anturinirthe witness
bor, had a- Testament presented to him, but
lie declined to if sworn, saying, "i 11 ku a ui
wi' onv mon, but I'll not swear to it."
A ronng man named Mosier, having bee
desorted by his wife, whom he treated ill, in
Erie County, Penn., struck her several times
with an ax, and fataHy wounded her..- - ' I
A destructive hailstorm 'passed tnrougq
lleckleuburg and Catawba) Counties, Nv C
recently, bone ot tne nau-stones were eignt
inches ip? circumference.. ,;j. j j
buried by the falling of the river bank, near
Owensboro' Ky.tlust week, and smothered
'When we read tha almost ' interminable
sentence! of some writers, w can not help
thinking that their readers are in danger of
being sentenced to death. i
A female : canine.1 which -had lest all her
puppies,, was lately seen trying, to place a
piece of crape on the handle of door of a
Philadelphia sausage shop. -.'.'
A new Dink has lalelv been imported from
China, with flower three inches iu diameter,!
color rich crimson, spotted and edged. with
white, with ' a velvety appearance .and very
prolilib of flowewi ,...-...-.
A 'society .of "Dashawax Swearers" has.
haan formed' at Honolulu. Sixty members
had Joined, wha pledged themselves to abntain
from profane swearing under a penalty of
twelve ana oatBrdiu wuH hw eTBAjr uatu.
t KTn tn.l. t.AiAlfiaf .van.atf a anarrfarl I
woman. Sarah Rice, had some diQiculty with
her husband, and Inconsequence took a large
and fatal dose of laudanum. " . .
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, An old Grecian phllflfopher advised all men
to know themselves. That's advising a good
many to form very low and disreputable ac
qtiatajV-ss. kjy-jtitj t ; I ,.,i tl
Albert Williams, a teamster, was ewverelv
chaatiiied with a cowhide, by Virgil It W il
4 ur, Weir yillatte, Tauuton, ,Muk, the
toof AtWrVi'oon,. tor iuealtui( soi4 ii,U
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Extraordinary Production-The Guinea
Among the great variety of trees, nuts and
frnlts that abound In tlie nroductiva rerinn
of British Ottiana, there is a nut, tbe seed of
a tree, wnicn is more remarkable and curi
ous than ail the others. This wonderful nut
slightly resembles a bitter walnut in external
appearance, yet it often attains to the site of
an nngusn walnut, it grows with a smooth
husk or rind covering a thin shell. , When
dried, the outside of the shell is of a dark
brown color, while the inside Is whitish, with
a beautiful pearly surface. The kernel of the
nut grows in the form of a snake, as it lies
coiled npon the ground. One end Is large,
resembling the head of the snake, and from
this it gradually tapers, In colls, to the other
extremity. The entire length of the kernel,
if uncoiled, would be from six to eight
inches, according to the size of the nut.
When fresh from the tree, the kernel may be
thus uncoiled, and if suspended in a bottle of
spirits, it appears like a miniature snake.
- While the nut is green, the kernel is white,
and fills the shell; but when it ripens, and has
been kept for a long time, the kernel becomes
sunken, hard, and of a dark, woody appear
ance, more nearly resembling a dried snake
than any thing else with which we can com
pare it. The serpentine form of the embroy
may be distinctly observed, on first opening
the shell, although it is entirely covered by a
thin, brownish, silky skin. This skin may
be easily removed, and then the perfect form
of the snake appears, with coils more dis
tinctly separate than in the real snake. The
spaces within the coils of a green nut are
filled with a downy, or silky substance, which
hardens when drying, yet it is easily re
moved. When vegetating, its root-germ
springs from the small end of the embroy.
Under a microscorie. the anDearancA nf th
kernel is very much like that of a piece of
The traveler who discovered and named the
Victoria Regia SirR. H.Schomburgh also
discovered and named this remarkable nut.
He first saw it in Demerara, and gave it the
name of op hiot arton paradozum. or paradox
ical snake-nut. The snake-nut tree, which
bears this singular seed, is said to belonir to
the soap-nut family. Specimens of this re
markable vegetable production were sent to
the exhibition at the Crystal Palace at Lon-
uon in irjoi; also at tne exniuition m Dublin.
A few of these nuts were recently brought to
New York by Mr. Bernhard Rics, who was a
resident of Demerara for twenty years, and
for several Tears the Venezuelan Consul in
British Ouianna. To him are we indebted
for the possession of a specimen of this great
curiosity, and for most of the facts pertaining
The snake-nut is truly among the most re
markable and seemingly paradoxical pro-
uuvuuiia ui tue vvgeuune Kingaom. v ny
the kernel of a nut growing on a certain kind
of a tree should invariably assume the form
of a snake in a eoiled position, is one of the
mystorieB of nature which she does not reveal
to casual observers. Having made extensive,
yet fruitless, researches in the most complote
works on natural history and botany for some
account of this mysterious nut, we have come
to the conclusion that its history has not been
The natives regard this nut as a warning
of danger, because where it grows there u
found a venomous Brink e, the bite of which is
certain death. While the voyagers into the
interior are selecting a place for their night's
encampment, should they chance to discover
sny of these snake-nuts upon the ground,
they qnickly abandon the site, return to their
boat, and proceed to select another place
where the nuts are not found. The coexist
ence of this nut and the snake In the same
locality la a subject which will be left lor the
imagination of our readers, as we have not
been able to gloaa any. facta which serve to
explain why they are thus companions. j .
Tbb Japaxbbb in a Nsw York Omnibus.
An amusing anecdote of tbe Japanese in New
York is thus related: " ,
Desiring to proceed up town some little
distance, the gentlemen la charge wished
them to enter one of tbe stages and had stop
ped it for that purpose. The illustrious strang
ers did not seem to understand what was
required of them, as unfortunately the at
tending genius did not appear to be conver
sant with the language or Niphon., .
t The Japanese examined the) vehicle all
around, at the door and steps, then looked
at the driver, and emphatically shook their
heads, as if. fearful tbat if they entered the
"box looking object" they, might Jhv iomo
trick played upon them. - - i
After soma pantomime-on the part of their
guide, and some not over courteous remarks,
from Jeha on the box,who got rather impa
tient at waiting so long, the strangers were
at last prevailed upon to be seated inside the
vehicle, and. the stage was driven off, the
Japanese looking with wonder at thoir friend
a he paid the requisite fee. (
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' Extraordinary Escaps from am English
Prison. The Inverness Advtrtiier records
the escape from Nain jail of a notorious
character, sentenced to ten years' penal ser
vitude for sheep-etealinir. lie commenced
operations by turning up a flagstone in his
cell then dug eight feet to tbe foundation of
his prison, under which he made a tunnel ;
then holing upward for the same distance on
the outside or the foundation, he at length
effected a . breach, ' The hole resembles a
rabbit's burrow, nearly two cart-loads of sand
and debris being deposited on the floor of his
cell.'' His tools eonsisted of a small pewter
saucer, the leg . of his cell-table, and his
trousers, which were converted into a bag to
convey the loosened material out of the way.
it would puzzle the head ot many a wiser
man to pass through a hole resembling the
letter U, in some parts not a foot square. By
the aid of the outside bars of the prison
windows he got npon the roof, and, at lust)
lanaea in Bajeiy la an adjoining garaen. i
A !- 1 . I
- PiRiLOtJS Position op an Emigrant Ship.
The'shlp Jane Uendcrion, Captain H. Gait,
while on her voyage from. Liverpool to Balti
more, went ashore a day or two since, about
twenty-five miles south of Cape Henry. Cant.
Gait found it necessary to cut away all the
masts, notwithstanding which the ship broke
in two. i The crew, together with the pas
sengers, took refuge iu tha highest parts of
the vessel, but were in danger of being lost.
Wreaking Teasels have rone to render them
assistance. - A iJ
Mori Silvsb Disoovirid in California.
A recent letter, dated Butts County, Caiiliw
nhs, iimouikces the discover ylof a silsr Isad
on Sailor's Ravine. Business of all kinds
was neglected, and every, body had started
for the mines; every thing being given up to
silver hunting. t The en lav found .in great
profusion) its real, character never before
having been ascertained, though its existence
was welt known-Apcimen, eotbeiug as
bayed, phowed a yield of 7oo to the tun,
Extinsivi Tdnnrl in California. The
tunnel of the Nebraska Tunnel Company at
Alleghanytown, Sierra' County, California,
has seen carried nearly two- thousand feet
through solid rock, at a cost of over fJ48, 000.
The owners have been working at it slnoe
1853, and for the past two years the work has
been carried oa night and day. They have
finally struck gravel, and the prospects of
rich return of their work U promising. , ; , ,
" Mori Matobrs wctwiin "Patch en" akd
"Flora Tsmpls." The owners of "Patcheu"
and "Flora Tempi" have made ; two other
matches for trotting to come off at Philadel
phia to-day and uu the 10th lust. .'The first
race for f 1.000, wile heats, best three five, in
harness. Tne second one fur the same aotoant,
two-tails heats, best two in th.ree in wagons.
The Veritable Head of Oliver Cromwell
-Description of Its Appearance.
Some days since we mentioned the fact
that the head of the great Protector was kept
by a certain family in England, and we now
give some very interesting particulars of the
distinguished caput, from a London corre
spondent of the New York Evening Pott, who
says : .:
Being desirous of seeing the century
guarded relic, I obtained a not stating my
object, and rode out to the residence of the
Hon. Mr. Wilkinson, at Bromley, Kent, near
the metropolis. Mr. Wilkinson, a few years
since, was Member of Parliament from Lam
beth, but having, under asense of duty, voted
for the opening of the Crystal Palace on
Sabbaths, he became so unpopular with his
constituency that he was not sustained, and
since then he has been in private life. Being
possessed of ample means and refined taste,
be has takenrgreat pains in ornamenting his
residence, and it will favorably compare with
the charming homes that one meets every
where among the seats of the gentry through
out England. The situation is delightful,
and tbe surrounding landscape is one of
almost faultless loveliness. The velvet-like
lawn is gay with beds of the rarest and
sweetest flowers; huge old oaks throw their
shadows across tbe wide park, and deer and
beautiful English cattle browse deep In the
shade of the grand old trees.
Being shown into the drawing-room, a
lady in the prime of life, and of elegant per
son, soon mode her appearance. It was the
accomplished daughter of Mr. W in
whose care tbe relio has long been confided.
With the manners of the true gentlewoman
she readily granted my request as soon as it
was made known, the more especially as the
Stranger was an American.
Soon a large wooden box was brought into
the apartment and opened. Enclosed in it
was a much smaller one of mahogany, with
heavy brass hinges. Lifting it carefully out,
two or three coverings of cloth and silk were
successively removed from the object within
it, and then was displayed tbe veritable head
Deep and varied were my emotions whon
that renowned head was first disclosed to my
view. I could scarcely realize that I was in
deed gazing on the brain that had once been
so mighty in intellect, so stupendous in
power. As vision alter vision of tbe stern
Puritan's eventful life roae before me, I stood
transnxea in a whirl of thongnt. For a mo
menta moment only I dared to grasp the
precious relic in my hand, then laying It rev
erently down, I turned away from the head
of Cromwell. ,
From being embalmed the flesh is in a dry,
shrivelled state, but the features are remark
ably distinct, and tbe dark hair is as natural
as life. The huge wart on the right eyebrow
is plainly visible, and the end of the iron
pike is all rusted with exposure to tbe ele
ments, only a couple of inches remaining
above the skull. Altogether this interesting
memorial of a by-gone century is in an ex
cellent state of preservation, and so life-like
are the features that there is little in them
tbat is hideous or repulsive.
Extraordinary Bovini Phenomenon A
Cow Brarb Four Calvrs at On Birth.
Across tbe river, in the little village of Glen
dale, New Jersey, says the Philadelphia
North American, resides a Mrs. Nancy J.
Coffin. Mrs. Coffin has a heifer not yet turned
three years of age, that has already given
maternity to no less than five calves. The
first calf was born before the dam was two
years old. On Friday, this remarkable heifer
gave birth to four calves, all at one time.
The heifer, was In a field at the time, and the
night being stormy one of the calves perished.
The other three are not only living but are
as thrifty as other calves. They are now two
weeks old, and weigh about fifty pounds
each. They are all red calves, and all heifers.
Their sire was a gentleman cow belonging to
Mr. Shinn, of Haddonfield, New Jersey. The
three calves follow their mother in a highly
interesting manner. The mother appears to
have made special dietary arrangements with
her trio of juveniles, and allows but one at a
time to tug at- her lacteal fountain. While
one calf is exercising her powers of suction,
the other calves are obliged by their mother
to await their turn. If any one of them runs
away with the idea that she holds the- right
to "ask for more," after receiving her allow
ance, she is quickly undeceived by the parent
cow. In this way even-teated justice is ren
dered to all the progeny of this very remark
able specimen or a Jersey heifer, t
' Valuabls Inventions fob Railways.
One of the men employed in the shops of
tbe Pennsylvania Railroad Company at Har
risburg, has completed a model of what may
be regarded as a valuable invention. In the
building of trucks, it becomes necessary to
turn a track three times before it is com
pleted. This has been done heretofore by
block and tackle, and the use of a derrick,
which would sometimes slip in spite of every
precaution. By such a mishap, a man was
killed in the Altoona shop, some four months
ago. The invention is a machine to obviate
the use of the derrick. Tbe truck is built
upon trestles, and can be elevated by screws.
This will enable a few men to turn tbe truck
whenever necessary, and without any danger
whatever. Another Invention, important for
the saving of life, is a self-adjusting car
coupling, designed to avoid the necessity of
going between the cars to couple them, when
they are run together, the dangerous nature
of which is well known.
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' Attractivinrss or Widows. Here is an
opinion from which we entirely dissent, but
which we publish for the benefit of those who
believe its truth: -
a Young widows' are always blithe. They
ver meet with a smile and flattering words.
Can any one tell why? . Young widows pay
very scrupulous attention to dress. None
know so well what colors, black or other
wise, are best suited to their complexion, nor
what freaks of millinery serve to highten the
beauty of their form. - Their knowledge of
this subject they will put in practice. Does
any one know why? Young widows, if at
first pleasant, gay and agreeable, through
affected ness, become really so through habit.
It is said she who marries a second time is a
better wife to ber second than to her first
husband. Who can give a reason if we have
not given it? Young widows sre the most
charming part of creation; the envy of one
sax and the beloved of the other, and why?
'"-Rail wat Accipint John Bill Injobbd.
The Nashville (Tenn.) JBanntr, of late date,
says: ... ,. .- . , . , - ' . i
' A 'locomotive belonging to tbe Memphis, :
Clarksville and Louisville Road, run into the1
roar of the passenger train, recently, about
twelve miles from Nashville.' The engineer'
In charger was grossly Incompetent, and his ;
machine becoming unmanageable on the
down grade, he deserted it, and the accident
resulted. One of the brakesmen on the train
was badly hurt, but none of the passengers
were injured. Among the latter was Hon.
John Bell, who, though thrown from his
seat, was but slightly hurt. The engine was
a complete wreck, aad the train Considerably
rt . mm I
A Hen Black 8ar Captured. In
draining a large pond near. fit. Louis, a few
days ago, the workmen thought they had
come across the sea-serpent, so loftily did
something rear ito head aud furiously I .tab Its
tail. He was something In that line, sure
enough a black snake ten feet two inches
long. He was, also, owing to the abundance
of fish he1 uad fattened tu, not less than
tweuty-lhre inches iu aldermanlo t'ir""'
"..-...u, ; ... '.'.-.-. -. J;
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The Prince of Wales's Visit to Canada-
Singular and Amusing Pica for the Americans.
The London Chronicle ot June 15 is some
what distressed lest the young Prince of
W ales should not visit tbe United States, and
makes the following editorial remarks on the
object: ' . r -
Wha will the Americans ssy if the illus
trious young Englishman should come next
door, and not do so much as make a call?
What return would this be for the open
heartiness with which Americans, while in
no degree compromising their independence,
manifest their satisfaction at any show of
royal attention? What sort of mistrust
would it imply In a noble race like the Amer
icansour own blood? As a practical ques
tion, what Is there to. apprehend? Possibly
some difficulty in hedging round the Royal
Prince with the requisite amount of etiquette?
It may be fancied that the "rough Republi
cans" of course "rough," because Republi
canswill do some thing which would be
derogatory to thu Prince m the eyes of the
English subjects. We do not believe that
such apprehension can be entertained, since
nothing could so clearly display vulgar
It is notorious that the narratives of
American oblrusiveness put forward in the
books of travelers, flustered with their own
importance, courting intrusion by the osten
tation of their demeanor, are as false as they
are ridiculous. It is a trait in the character
of the Western people, that the old chivalry
which distinzuished the behavior tn a wnman
Hs to be found there among classes dis-
biiiguioueu iur ineir nne cioin wno nave lor
gotten it on this side of the Atlantic. The
story whiaii is told in the verse of Thomas
Moore, about the lady whose .
. . " . ' "Maiden smile
In safety light, bar round the green-clad inle.V
would be literally true of the United States.
But, apart from all these abstractions, we
will venture to undertake, that if the Ameri
cans should receive an official intimation of
so gratifying an attention as a visit from the
Prince of Wales, they will make such pre
parations as will protect him from every in
trusion while they are maintaining their own
honor and dignity. There is no substantial
difficulty iu the cose. There would be
plenty of volunteers among the most eminent
men of the whole republic, commanding the
confidence of every class in every State, who
would so surround him as to form a corps
more than sufficient to embody the "dignity
that doth hedge a king" an escort more
happy in its conception, and in its service,
than the Gvrdr. foble of the fair Marie
Th Grsat Eastern at Her Wharf in
Krw York. The excitement consequent
npon the arrival of the Great Eattern, says
Fridas New York Evening Pott, was kept
up until a late hour last night, and as late as
twelve o'clock people continued to visit tbe
wharf at the foot of Hammond-street, to get
a sight of the monster ship. By daybreak
this morning thousands of people bad con
gregated on the Bhores and every adjacent
place where a view could be had. Workmen
are employed clearing the wharf of rubbish
and lumber, and this afternoon will commence
covering it with gravel, to get rid of the
clouds of dust which now nearly suffocated
the visitors. .
A posse of fifteen policemen have been de
tailed to the spot to preserve order. Captain
Hall has given orders to allow no person on
board except the naval officers and those
connected with the ship. Her crew is now
engaged cleaning, painting and preparing
her for the reception ot' visitors, which, it is
thought, will occupy them until Tuesday,
when she will be opened to the public. En
terprising boatmen have established a ferry
around her hull, makingthe entire trip (nearly
half aunlle) for twenty-five cents per bead.:
A Pioneer Character in Virginia. A
person who has been traveling la the South
west for some time, writes of his discovery
of "a character" as follows: I
I must tell Von of a wonder of a man ' I
called to see in the mountains of Virginia.
He went in childhood to these wilds, when
there were but five men to be found in a wide
region to belp raise a log cabin. He told n)
some wondrous stories of bear hunts and
bear fights, of deeds of daring and feats pf
strength almost incredible. He is now eighty
four years of age, has been six feet three
inches tall, of fine proportions, magnificent
chest, and great good sense, although he
never read a word in his life. . He began with
bis rifle, lived on fish, wild turkeys, deer and
bear, sold their skins, made a little mosey,
bought land, and has accumulated quite a
little fortune.' This he has conveyed, before
his death, to his children, they supporting
him while he lives. But, strangest of all,
though often urged to do both, he never bor
rowed f 1, nor ever had his name on the
books of a merchant or mechanic, persist
ently refusing to buy on credit. j
' Outrageous Indifference A Lin Lost
by Neglect. A day or two ago, says a New
York paper, as the steamboat Satellite was
proceeding down the bay, with a Sunday
school excursion on board. Homer Leggett,
a boy of eight years, fell overboard. Mr.
George White, a passenger, Instantly jumped
after him, caught and succeeded in sustain
ing the child above water for over a half
Aour, when, being thoroughly exhausted, he
had to let go bis hold on the boy, who was
drowned: The steamer, meanwhile, made
no attempt to launch a boat, nor even to
check her headway, until, when over two
miles from the drowning child, they lowered
a yawl, which was barely in time to save
Mr. White.. 1
Useful Practical Hints. It is clearly
understood that skilled workmen are not
requisite to paint common wood work. Thin
coat the knots with patent knotting, at Is 6d.
per pint. Stop up the noil-holes and all the
shakes before putting on second coat with
putty, at 8s. per cwt., and rub down with
pumice stone, at 3d. per pound. Priming
color or lead color, at es. per gallon, will
cover fifty-five yards; stone color, at 7s. d.,'
or yellow paint, at 5s., forty-four yards;1
black paint, at 6s, 80 yards; blue color, at
os. 5d, or green paint, at 6s., fifty-five yards;
bright emerald green, at 12s, twenty-five
yards) bronze green, at 6s, sixty yards.
English Paper. l. ...... .
A PaojBOTSD Swindle! on Americans. A
correspondent of the Levant (Greek) Herald,
writing from Beyrout, . warns ' Americans
against a deputation, consisting of two young
men, natives of Syria, about to visit America,
whose intention it is to solicit aim, through
out, the .States for a proposed. lUntaArinary)
hospital, which aMarouite Bishop, they are
to declare, wants to build on Mount Lebanon.
The writer characterizes the whole scheme
as a d6Varigbt..Awiu4-rrM en attempt to
raise money .fur private us by false pre
tenses. , i '..-,).. , tiii ..ii'iioui; ,u ...
("Lively" Boys. A thing take iu character
from, the way in1 which w view it. ..Thus,
when Dr. iSuooner. dined with a frUinrl mho
had three turbulent sons, and they got into a
raw at ine uauio rrsn.ung in throwing the
soup in each Other's lace, tha father turned
to the doctor withthe simple rouiarka,,li'Boys
; . -t iiv- u.
' RovAt Present to an' ImprriAl 'Prince.
V ictor Emmanuel hasDresented the Prirea Im.
perlal of France with eight beautiful small
Sardinian horses. They were sent to Fon-
taineoieau, in care oi an equerry or tne king
dom. -All had housings of scarlet with s gold
Band round the edgo and the Cipher1 of the
attheepruers. '; u.:n'i ui
. ).!.... 'if, !j.tu 1 .i3lf, - ll Y'vlf
':' ii II .l.li.tai.ll Mijf fillfcl i;
.t, .3 a .;i,4 lu io.(U
Reported Discovery of a New El Dorado.
From the San Antonio Herald of tbe 23d
nit., we extract the following rumor of fresh'
gold discoveries : ' . ,
Several letters arrived here yesterday, by
the San Antonio and San Diego mail line,
giviug confused accounts of tbe discovery of
enormous deposits of gold in the mountain
region, about one hundred and fifty miles
beyond El Paso, and near the old copper and
silver mines of Santa Rita. We bar seen
but one letter on the subject, and as that was
written from El Paso, the writer could, only
state things upon hearsay. It was written
from a Mr. Pliel, to the editors of the Zeitung
of this city.
Mr. P. Bays that all the loose population of
El Paso were off for the diggings, and tbat
the little villages, and even the stage stations
along the mail route, were being abandoned
by the inhabitants, who were rushing en
matte to the mines. He does not state the
character of the new diggings, and we can
not learn any thing about them that we
could advise our readers to receive as reliable
information on the subject. Santa'Rita is an
old Pueblo town, of small dimensions,
situated in a poor country, about forty or
fifty miles from the Overland mail route, and
just within the territorial limits of New
The great mountain chain in which the
Pike's Peak and old New Mexico mines are
situated extends down to tbe vicinity of the
locality of tbe alleged discoveries, and a new
Eldorado may have been found.
The Reason Novels Always End with
Marriaor. There is a good reason why
novels always end with the marriage of the
hero and heroine; our interest is always
more excited by the struggles than by the
results of victory. 8o long as the lovers are
unhappy, or apart, and are eager to vanquish
obstacles, our sympathy it active; but no
sooner are they happy, than we begin to look
elsewhere for other stragglers on whom to
bestow our interest. It is the same with bi
ography. We follow the hero through tho
early years of struggle with intense interest,
and as long as he remains unsuccessful, baf
fled by rivals or neglected by the world, we
stand by him and want him to succeed; but
the day after he is recognized by the world
our sympathy begins to slacken.
Immrnhr BcsiNKds or the London Tract
Socisty. Some idea of the amount of work
done by this great benevolent organization
will be gained by the following statement of
its sales of the work of one author John
Angell James: Anxious Inquirer, 18mo
456,421; do. royal edition, 20,317; do. 32mo,
101,226; do. Welch, 7,710; do. Italian, 160; do.
German, 429; do. French, 370; total, 636,443.
Pastoral Addresses, 1.049,319. Young Man
from home, 88,001. Christian Progress, 37,
817. Believe and Be Saved, 32mo 30,260.
Path to the Bush, 32mo, 13,813. Elizabeth
Bales. 32mo, 8,263. Tracts Believe and Be
Saved, 450,000. Yonr Greet Concern, 129,
250. The Pious Collier, 121,575. The Man
that Killed bis Neighbor. 417,310; making a
grand total of three millions of volumes and
tracts written by one man.
Villainous Attempt to Tasow a Rail
way Train prom a Southern Road. Time
and time again have diabolical attempts been
made to throw the trains of the Mobile and
Ohio Railroad off tbe track, but there seems
to have been a Providential interference to
prevent any very disastrous catastrophe.
An attempt was made last evening beyond
Chiuchula, which miraculously proved un
saucesaiul. The . perpetrators, we have no
doubt, counted on the success of their effort
sure. A set of car-wheels, with axle at
tached, were placed on the track between
the rails in a curve of the road, aud not seen
bv the engineer in time to stop his train.
The cow-catcher threw It off clear of the
traok.;J ' ' ..... .j .
A Would-be Assassin Discomfitted. The
Frederick (Md.) Examiner savs that on Satur
day last, a man named Peasley called at the
store of F. W. Bremmermon, near tbe Monoc
acy Bridge on the Baltimore Turnpike, with
a loaded rifle, which he set on the outside of
tbe door, and inquired for Mr. B.. declaring;
at the same time that he intended to kill him.
Overhearing the threat, Mr. B. slipped out
unobserved, and sent a boy round to the front
door to bring him the rifle, which he did.
nr. r. men went into the store and asked
Peasley if it was his intention to shoot him1
Upon receiving an affirmative reply, he struck
Peasley with the butt of the gun and drove
him oft j. ... ' : . - . -
Balloon Ascension in Canada Narrow
Escape op an Aeronaut. The much talked
of balloon ascension came off at Toronto last
week. The ascent was good, but the journey
had well nieh ended in a trairedv. ' Pmfeaanr
Steiner and his companion were somewhat
t. itia.fi. At. . . ', I . L. . .
ui uuou, isjm, wu MTlUg W amgut, a gust or
wind swept the balloon along the ground at
the rate of forty miles an hour, until tbe
grappling-iron stuck in a lanre stump which
arrested its further progress. They landed
ten muesrrom loronto on the Kingston Koad
which occupied them half an hour in travers
ing. The Professor savs their escaDS from
destruction was providential.
Unique Amusements in San Fraictrti.L
An advertisement in a San Francisco paper:
for a Sunday performance at the Volks Gar
den, announces that the festivities will com.
menoe at two P. M, and at four the ball will
begin, to lost "until next mornlncr." A mono-
tbe liBt of "festivities," are a concert, cock
fighting, target-shooting, : Indian-shooting
(announced as a new game a bag race, ana
(j vmuiuiucj, ana various games lor children.
The comnanv also is to be s-laddanarl In h
evening with an extensive display of fire.
wuraa, ana an illumination or tne gardens.
All this Is to be enioved for the moderat
sum of fifty cents. ,. ; . , '
R.IIMnln Tan rt. Twm h Um. f,
-' " " " ' Anwia.pi iuuu ur VATCH-
INo ThejI. In Shasta County, California)
trout are found nearly two feet in length,
The Washoe Indians catch them by spearing!
them. ' They are caught in great abundance.
B,.H wha, -... ...... t .. : i '
"ui. uu. milu.IOU ALULDCUlUie US
are smoked and packed for winter, in baskets.
Th.M. lull.r .r. maila kit 1. .... . r
wj .-w wjuaw. Ui m
long, round grass found lu the meadows, and
nuiuuvi .uclu mc bu uguuy piaiiea thai they
iNRATIABtt.faiv nt Unu . Tl.iim. ' l-i:-! .
7, . ' wmih. urivv a
man tha niaailla. nf 1 r. ..J v.. . .
- .w.v. v. . . , . v . uc wauia ,ue
iwaiimgucn, " wive nun tne conveniences
uu ne craves tne lnxurles. ' Urant him the
luxuries and he sighs for the elegancies.; Let
him have the elegancies and he yearns for
tha ftiitbu. - 1.1. - .11 J .1.:- . a i -
... ' v. uiw 0 1 1 H'lrUlCl IU1U 11V
complains that he has been choked, in the
price and dualities of the articles.- I
(' A PropebsIonaz' 'MzNDfc'AirT lVriroNAT.-J
"Why Jimmy-,'' said one rrofesslorifj beggar
to another, "are you going Hot knock ff
already ? It's only two 'lock, , . , i
HJo, you mutton-head ,'.' twpQndad ,,the
other, who was engaged Jn Unbuckling bis
cratch. "I'm only going to put it ou .the
other knee, ' You don't Buppos a fellow eon
beg all day 6n the same leg, do, yon ft v,.jni
" East India Mission ARiRS.-,Tia ship JL B.
Tories sailed from Boston lam Saturday,
with the following rnigsiouarie for tha East
Indies: Rev. Messrs.- M, Brooson and wife,
L- Van Meter anwif,, n4, VUUam
Ward and wife. , ,',,i,r, ,,.,,. - ,!
6 Extraordinary ' VuoTIw'Im t
thnndcr-shower at providnnoe J Saturday
afternoon, and fltpultaueuualy with a sharp
flash of lightning and a loud clap of thunder
all the gas-lights in tlisjii inity of Point and
Kji'hiuynd-slreets, were extinguished.. a
aivL.'i il Uji:' 'Hi. "vol "' -l
' .audi iiohi-H'..' U'i4 ,1 ijo ' I
HATES OP ADVlSKTlSIfJ'K
. Ad-rUaataa) set .xoaMlag twlmaa fatal.!
Lsrswr ajTertui.av.at. Inserted at tb tbuawlng rate.
square of tea Una or lean
Is all It branch, dona with seatntaa and dl.patch.
, fkiwoipal orriog.
NO. 77 W. FOCBTU-MTRKETt
FIIltt OPKUA . JMOX7SIC.
WK OKPK ft TO THK PlIBUC THR
Whwlet A Wilson rVw.ii Maw Ltnft. with im-
ptirtADt imroveiiMnU, od to meet tha dttuiand for
;on. inw-pnru rni.ir flirvcnine, nitre inmKiucea
KW 8TYLK. workinsf DavOB thn ttdhin- ktrinciBl tnA
making the same itltrh, thoush nut bo biguii fin
hed. at KJFTY-FIVX boLLAHH.
The eleaanc. ipeed, nolieltfWDM and ilmvllcHr ot
tha Machine, the beauty and tronftth of etltrb, b
lng ALIKE OM aOTB IDE, iDipu.'! bie to lTl, n'S
earing; no chain ur ridge oa the under aide, the
conomf of thread and adaptability to thv-ta.ckwt
or thlnneet fabric, hu reiidored tblt the tuoat eur
oemful and OTUlar Ajfamiij Utwlag Machine now
At cmr Tariotm office, we veil at New York frt,
and give luetntctloni, free uf chaise, to enable put
chanere to lew ordinary Maine, hem, fell, gull,
gather, bind and tuck, all on the mate uMlune, and
warrant It for three re art.
Send or call for a circuiar containing full mutlc
tar, pricea, teetimonlajt. etc.
Jaif-a- WM, (HUMNER cV CO
Ns. a SEWirtQ MACtUNK..
Nswl " . .
nI8 WBLIj UNDKK 8TOOD BY M ANC
ACTU It F.R.I anil all tboae wbo uiwfiius-r Ota.
cblnee, tbat tber will do
GREATER VARIETY OF WORK,
WILL DO MORE WORK. AND '
WILL 00 IT IN BETTER STYLE
Than can be done on any other Machine. ATNfl
CB'8 FAMILY MACHINES, S3S aad rS.
aW-Clnrinnatl Ofllce, No. 8 Eaet Fourth -a treat.
maan-ar JAB. 8KARDON, Asant,
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES I
No. 72 West Fourth-street.
THOSE IN WANT OF A GOOD EW.
INO MACHINE are Inwlted to axaialn onra
before purchasing elaewhere.
. JOtrVTET Ac CO., -A.tenta,
lnr9-cm No. Tw Went Foorth, qp .talrf .
$30. $30. $30. $80. $30.
Tnlrt j-ttollar Doobl. Lsok-tltitob . -. . -
Family Sewing Machines
8K0DBS0 T KBCBMT LBTT1M PATENT.
HP HI 9 MACHINE HAS BEEN FT0-
JL NO UN C ED bv all cnmMtmit indt who htii
tn ft, to be the beet and most dowIraMe Family
8twfuf Machine ever introduced, UttAUiue ur
rail's., it wi;i ihw eu ninas oi utmiir gixxiit, rxom
the very thlcket to the very llueet febrtca iuaaU, and
ottee J1 kinde of thread, from No. 8 to 3U0.
aVo Oiltontodontopqfltu Machin. 1- r' '
Hend for a circular, or call and eee It In operation.
Vpnn earlr application. State and County rlgbte mar
bieeourea. ....77 ; :
Aa energetic penott can make a fortune In a pooti
liina, alg-ioU vaatad In all nnaold Territory. . .1
II. V. HUjtTMAN,
. Hole and axel tM I re agent for the United Ktatef
, aepU-U Vi Weat li our th-et. reel. CinoioaaU
Don't Read This !
nPHIf MOST WONOBRFV3E WS!OT
JLTlUf OF THB AIC.-Jr. CALVIN, lurawlv
of Iiondon and Baltimore BoapitaU, where be baa
had many years' Bract toe in the treatment of ve
nereal dlieaeee, but more recently of Uaxico. wbei
iucb dieaaeaa are to be fooad lo their rankeet form,
taring hU practice there. In cuunootiou with I)r.
lon ANTOK10 DC LAC8VALLC8, one of the
moat eminent physiciaua in Muxlco and fipaia. tbey
dinecnerea a remedy In one of the Mexican plant),
and found only in Soot hern Mexico, tliat remove, aa
if by magic, all the venereal taint fnni the .yeteu.
In the prinutry or aeomdary fozu. ftyybll.e, in tbe
worat eUge, permanently cured in a very hort time,
and tbe ayatem thoroughly cleamed and pare, aa
If it bad never been coaiwaii Dated by that wmat of
all dieaaaaa, Byvbilfa. ttcrofula, Leproay and all
klnda of corruption of the blood and dieeaaea of the
akin removed permanently and quickly by this pow
riui agent aitd alder of nature, ' Mexican Apecittc.'
No one need be reduced to a akeleton, ana miter the
tort ores of tbe Inqatalttoa, and robbed of hie laat
dollar, and atill not cured. Lr. Oalvlti alao baau. all
kiode of chrooic disaeee wHh great aucoeaa. Med
icine only to pay for, aa all diaeaMa aeiieaied free
of charge, except by special contract. Pereunsat
distance can be treated by aendiagr oorract att
ments of their cawe by letter, ivud ten cante In
poetage stampa. Call en oraddraea Ir. CALVIN.
UOJ Vine-atreet. between Filth and Sixth-atreeU
Clue In nut i, Ohio. Now la tfat time to-morrow mar
be too late. .
The Doctor haa located permanently Iu tha city,
and can at ail times be mnnd at hie oH.ce,
M&ebd for Circuiar.
No. 203 Vine-street.
KEOEITID FEB UTtlUfKM
. rs.000 feet TaanaaaeS Bed Oedar, and for aala
at very low price.. ..... -
o,i uedar renr Porta f '
. '2,000 Uxiuat "oaoa Postal -, j ,. i
' 40, CO reet FWIng BoarJa;
Order, for Oodar Boards, Jolata, Foals, flooring.
Ac, filled at ebort notice.
100,000 ft. aeaa d H and I la. lat com. Pin Lnmbet .
llio.uuo ft. aeaa'd 1, , i and 3 In. clear do. do.1 .
Ml,0(i ft. .econd and third common do. do. :
00,uis ft. pine. Poplar, Oak aad UaiaWak Jokrt aa1
All well waaorMd, and will be sold low for cash, or
oa abort time, lo aiake room for saw atoca, bi ., ,
",' TaaOS. W. Parrin & Co., , ,
Wholesslo and Retail Lumber Dolerit.
" Tard oa i Freeman -Jtrf.t. oppojlts . Oeorga,
and seat to 0., al sod I. B. B. Dopot. 1 itl
1 ."I 1 !. ' -i" ' 1 ' .- 1 i '
M. II. UwaU. -,-.' ' "' -' A.M. Oah.
o , .M. H. COOK & CO ",
' lo r. .'. VHOPRIaTTORR 07- '
CHEAT WESTERN PLANING
BBTWICM F1FTQ AwB IAIat-8TBBBT, Ots).
St TIRKLY alianrloued building Iu the city, and
turnail our attentioa to prepartus btriblti.g naterinls
of ererr deacriptlon, we oau a.l',.ly .a. tlo4 oux am.
ii-i.uow ni me oueloeawatid aur flw.llftle. enable ua
otter luduceuiMjte to builder, lu heitr Aud .a ,
ii r'tiiaiBK, ii
n. Yenearw ol
au o'.lior jiil I-
We tan uianutactur. Yiir of all dearriptl
tw-uAof Mab.muijr, fl.B.J
aluut and Oak Venenr..
axjLiir I .u .-1. .
mtr w-ioturna ana a,ooSlJia-irl
Alto, fine. BavAMx'
E. y.-l"8 afT retdivwl H.rtr thonaand teat .
4 (Jedar, of Sua qnalitr, wblch we can eoll at
4 price than It ba tt baea uM for la.tl.l. ai.r
" ' ' ' ' . . lu.)-ir ,
rP, O. W. HOWLER,
Ll Jli 1 "" 1 '''- ' , awawaatatt
HOFKSwOrJ TV THR
Ml i i n v
ja. Lyuiii.ii.ua ur
fiixtB-.tre.t, betw.a Main au
nioUBoSII. 6.,, No. 1
ti a aturna, J - - J. . Sitnais
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