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ir : bihI, iinlinH 111 or Ink,, ih.m . h.w
tt'OTnwiH AdvlnnMe tn cn'mfri. the Brn.nepm.nrH tn
H""1 to Parlor Urind.' Vrbf. 11 Weber's.
Ujr order o.;tu. Dowunittoo of Arrnng,
J.thS'nLrf.'. "n1 m"2; 1,8(1 on roaaonahlf toruii.
, fc7 tk xwl.t or week. Jor partlcnlara, ,ppr to
JOHN BaW(K i
arVaa-if!' '' r'""" TUeatdr BnlMlnir. '
nil 11 la ino Intention o plcnw all The fannt irlil
, , raited " Ncwpo-TanTftv ,W? J?i
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w. wx- lull W AAlUiUitlN JUOa,
-.'a fcciition ju.tiMuiHi. Prior. .ut. ' : .
.JOHN CHITRCH, Jit I
06 WBHT F0URTH-8T.
Piw York) rnwnrfui tom-il !ln,,l,l.
t.rwt.artiBl. the l.ct iu exU
JV will toll lowor for oMi ilia,
tha city. Piunoii and Sli liKtiio
than anv nthA iIaaIa h
nr. 'Mtwienl iu.tr.in.onia nrlling at l.i.lr-ilit l)o
. itKUTINO BBO.,ioto Aamito,
i- - t.aiio i.eaiBra ann Makers.'
MT . Wo.27 W.ITlfthwitraot.noarPlna.
23 I)IXEV'S LAXD Vl
Family and .plantation - Sewing.
I . THK VKTtY FtVtFTERINO
. mnn!'i''"t'!cho..rrahlnT1avo been t"
witd o(V K"0"0) rMultlna- in tho.aslo of np-
3Porty TUoutuuid, '
We are led to hellevn thn nt .nAaa..,4 m ....!..
. tnre a niliaole Machine have been appreciated. We
take thii fmportiinitj- to remark thai
wiualu uncharted, and thai ory Machine uoM h
his policy will
I tVtfflhl.il not IIMltitlA tn waPnnr la ,. '
(r Ahull not
Ttto4ruYt'r A linker FamlW Mrhin hm
every reripoc.. '
ViiiitrtUt (ft hich la) Worthr Of iin'.- vrtt) . in
t itie bfauty, itrpniLnh nl'initttlty of the
; tight, Modlum 6r Heavy Fabric, '
irxiczszi??1 'TV? ""
a,' L V0K Pe" cpwitaotlr on exhlld.
ties, fihe oonvetlonc of pbrcain. Youiul ba.
.line, emer enceri in llwi nnn nf thn nn..Tn...
In their mauuara, ar Cbaatahili unhand to recelv.
lady visitors or pnrchascrs,
' WftBJD FOB jticiB&Uki M ;. !
, T SEWfNG" MACjflNE C0 - . .
f8 WEST, FOURTH-STREET
.'-' '7io20.tfl WJLf4"XJ
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ADAMS, PECKOVER i CO.
.1 .. Have nmonl the Balea-room of tha '
ALLIGATOB COAL COOTO STOVE
,.. From No. 333 fourth, to their new store, .
9OKNEU OF Fiyyjt AN E1,M.
M. B.rdera now retired at Onr new ' -
' Corner of Front arid Cautrai-
at opt. (j
v ,- i Jeas-tf i i .' ,
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.,, OAfl-BtlBaUNw, BMOH-WNSDMINO
COAL COOKING STOVE
;; ; "Warranted to ' . eatlafactlon'
BANUFACTDKKD AND FOB SALE BY
CA!y!P5ELLf ELLISON, & CO.,
. '. Hot. 19 Sk 21 East Seoond-tL,
rt, jg jmdo y: i3 1 .
a; a parry. .
Tin-plate and Sheet-Iron Worker
, ilu ramovod to
A WENT FOR HTK WA RT'H A f R-TIOHT
ouw.nera.tu n iiiutr iioukiiiff-stoTe. A lao rxeut
1 r rartor'i Filtarinn Uydraut, wliara it may be ao
Iu overataon. .-
Jubblu! don with promptness and dlapatoh.
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MANtlFACTIJItilKS OK BU, Mil ERT
and ikilor Iruu. I'lu bti.l, KAilnwd Hu.kea,
etc. Alao, aireuta for the aaiaof Ira.ntaia Star Nails.
Wareruuwaa Nu. IS Kaat buo. ud-.ueet, ilincluiu.il
Ohio. -. - a . .. ....
sAll kln.la Iron aiada tomraw . , ... ;
DR. -MERIT VVEt,LB,
f BESIDENT DENTIST,
nEKITAI, (ILLIJUE IXFllllIAIlY, NO.
ill UOLLKUK-ST.(K, r. bi.two.-a autl! aud
Baveuthsud Vlataod Uu.w, Oluclnuatl, 0, , ,
! LT8T OF P1UCK9 FH PLATE WORK:
Full upper or lo er sets of toetb coutluuousguu
IW, gold, tWl Tuloaulta, 11 1 sllrar, lis, i- -
- - 'FOBOEKBATfONif -i . , i .'
Pmall gold plus, aauh..u.u...u,.ja saota to tl.
rT" , ,.. (Tin half prioa.)
- Pivot teeth........,..... .......-a.l tl.
Katraollu. li.ks m w....m...wU aras.
.plT-cra ;' -i ' TUBMS 6ABH.
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-V0L.iiryaT32: i Cincinnati, satuiiday morning, july 7, i860. nucE one cent.
litTTMMiAt-irm!titM tVtpriHsn Oltr tlme.l
Tl30 A. K., 19 A. M. U p. M, Oolnmbui Ac
commodation. 4 P. M. Xonia lw,...u..
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OlllOl)llAT IlAniLTOK Ann 1)attom-T mlnntw
.nn uuy tlm.,1 6 A. M., TlHO A. M., 'Ji30
nd a p, M, ntnlltm Ai.tiM a .
Ohio ad Miuiwim-rit mint. ...
Oltr time.) 4a3 4. M.ud 5,33 P. M, Lonlnill.
3 p. M. " r - ...
InoiAifAroais' awd OmonrHATt 8nT.r.ir.
mlnnteaalowarthanCltrtlma.1 If, in a at
A. M. and P. M., . ...
BtABIITTA AKO jITfrTNWiTT f? n.lnntu ... t, '
Cltf time,) 6il9 A. M. and 3i30 P. M.
OoviitoroH Attn LiTiMoTon-tOltf time,! St40 A.
f Cikoikmati, Bionaroitn inn InrAAroii- a
:i30P. M., 6 P. M.
tlTTll SriAiil-SiSO A. K.. Si.ll 'll..ii u
and 4.40 P. ll. - -
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Cincinnati. Hamilton and Tnnny,sn a m
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a.T," ""i-M.U A. M.,
4 KM. andlil P. u.
Bunmi and CnccrNNATi-10i3! A.' M. and
5i13P. M. i '.. v- . .
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4.58 P. M.
Cincinnati, Richmond and Indianapolis Ti4J
A. M.,1 P.M. 0.30 P.M. ,i,r, j !:,, J j ..,
Small-pox and measles are prevailing to ai
aliirming extent in Chicago, 111. ;
' 1 'The brain, of a driver on the Erin Annul
noui. ITt.'na -V V n .
of. bis akull, the other day, by a vicious horse.
Syria is in a state of civil war, and the
Maronites and Druses aro killing each other
as rapidly as possible. 1 ' :(
The number of crrains in a h.ishnl of wlnint
Anrnliam Young attempted, whilo drunk,
to climb a .caffoldinc in New York nn T.iAQ.
day, on a wager, and fell, breaking his ncuk.
-Three 6f the most 'notorious rnwilina nn.i
ruffians in New York, are said to be of Af
rican extraction probably quadroons. ;
In Stockholm. Sweden, thn nrnnnrlinn
lewd women is said to be as one to six of the
.yiii. 1vj.mwuuii. . . , . . . I
A tr.m,natA a .dMno n 'c a ' ,
"kin'tf "K7 !. m t Ka
ar water-carrier iu the streets of Athens.
" , ' . " r " FV . , u
It is renorted that On!pn Victoria mill iji
the Court of Prussia about the end of Auo-iint
ttitflrst of September J 1'.
Albany, N. Y., ha'fecehflj :beW flooded
with counterfeit notes on thrTfinMTv viin
and Oriental Bank of ihat State. ' ,
Parks, a hotel keeper at
Slabbed a man In an nffra-
fatally, recently, and left the country,
; The value of exnorr. from Uhil.' th.
month was $1,366,875, and fpr the last three
.v. . oDr; : --j-r-
iuuntns, i,auu,t)ii). ,
In tho Austrian En-mire thnrn iaono nl,al
cian to each thousand of the iuhobitants, and
in France only one for each two thousand.
The Great Eastern seems to be an unlucky
crafb two of her crew having been lost by
accident since tier arrival in New York.
''. Andrew Robb's stable, at Covington, Indi,
wa set on fire recently, and twelve or fifteen
norses destroyed Dy the names., i
'i The noble old elm tree on Boston Common,
so well known throughout the country, wai
recently destroyed, during a iaoavy storm.
It is said' that Some if the most alerantWl.
. f. j
dressed women in Paris do not expend upon
their toilet more than $500 per annum.
O'Brien, while intoxicated ia Brook-
lvn, N. Y., recently threw hi. wife and child
down stairs, fatally Jiniuring them bbth
' J s
The other evenine. John O'Ronrke. a lit.tla
boy six yeara old, set fire to a stable in Brook-
,7n' N- and caused a
i The disease which has been so disastrous
to cattle in the Eastern States, has broken
out among the sheep in Washington County,
Penn., and carried off a large number.
A well-known citizen of Indiana, James
uranam, wnue in pursuit ot a notorious
'. I v..u..vu,u
"r'" uuum.j uajr o. tnuajju.. ,
Ttr t i, -j a a. a-, ., w I
. K. Boswell. a resident of Corinth. Miss.,
cently ran away with a neighbors wife
id six. negro slave., causing much excite-
A child was run over and 'cut In two by
the cars, near Terre Haute, Ind.. lust week,
while endeavoring to get on the last car of
the train. , , . , . it
fVl .TAlnil,.''!,. l.. . l..a:
vv....abwi, uu iuU3 tUl a. JUIIJ i.Uie
commanded the forces lti Utah, has been ap
pointed Quarter-Muster General, vice Jessup,
deceased. . - ! 1
Enoch Hall, of Yarmouth. N. S a seaman
on board the bark Mortiina Star, at Ntna-
London, Conn., was killed, recently, by aj
lulling spar. ... . -
Mrs. Susan . McCaffrey, wife of Birney
McCaffrey, was killed the other night, on the
Gennessee (N. Y.) Valley Railroad, by a truin
cam. . ,
The Madrid Gazette nublishes a decree
conferring the title of Iufante or Infanta, on
the child to whom the Duchess de Montpen-
sier it auout to give oirtD.
Peter Runnells, an employe of the New Jer- I
Bey Railroad Company, had his arms, legs, I
rios ana nocit brokon, recently, by the loco-
motive of a train. . ' I
It is said that more persons have visited
Europe, during the last five years, from this
city than any other of its population in the
A "physician nf New York City is of the
opinion that calcined charcoal is an excellent
remedy for the disease now prevalent among
One John Ryan was recently arrested in
Troy, N.,Y., for violating a married woman,
stealing into her bed-chamber at night,
and personating her husband in the absence
that Individual. '
Tho King of Prussia has been obliged to
give up carriage exercise, as be suffers too
much from th) jolting. His Majesty-is now
drawn about in a Bath chair, iu tlto alleys of
John Miller, an inmate of the jail at Dec.
in this State, committed suicide' recently
With a Dair of Hcissorfl. havino. nrevinualv
swallowed an roq Btove-hook to effect his
purpose. , .
A man who lived in a hnusa In ' tlnaton
Where once gat had been used, "tapped" the
pipe, and by means of a gutta-percha tube
used the gas for some weeks before the larceny
discovered. ) t t t .,.'' t , , .
A new cotton-mill Is about being erected
the Nammkrog Company, at Salem, Mass..
with thirty-two thousand seven hundred and
tixty-elgbt spindles, and six hundred and
rty looms. Amount of subscription called
to build the mill, $500,000. .
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The Irrepressible Conflict in the
The Irrepressible Conflict in the Methodist Episcopal Church, begun in Maryland
and fldin8 of of every kind, and ad
Aecmnmodotton; J momshing prenchors and neonle to. seek the
..... , w uuuiuiciiu. Kuuoniiif to a
resolution "not to hold connection with any
ecclesiastical body whfch makes non-slave-John
hoidlj!!B ta "d't'on of Church-membership."
iAaWi ln the ?nBham (Va.) Regieter
closes his communication thus: "Mustwestill
live Obiects of SUSmcion to rinrnAA,ait nAlh-
To t Sditm iftu Dnilt Pm, t
: ."The new chapter" Introduced Into the
discipline of the Methodist Episcopal Ohnrch
uvimi uonterenoe at rJuHiilo,
SnSnB.tei? bf.''C"Lry to 'he kw.
of God and nature, inconsistent with the
eolden rale, and with thnt nii nt th.
P1'"' which requires the doinir of nn hirm
ex wrpfition of the great evil by all lawful
.innuHii means - is promioitie a tem
pest ot eAcitement In the two Baltimore
, - . . "nu imiuiuuiB
v,uaireuces comprising portions of Vireinia,
i t mjw yiattiuif iii cuiumuia.
I have before me three number, of the Bal
I E Bond, whose columns are nearly filled
tuiiurc jnnitnnn jtttintni til aH r.- rr
,."n "wnai, communications and resolu
" niB Biiojeci, most or which condemn
r iv. u J1 ' iook to a aeparation
ciiureuea in me territory referred to.
dltef0 th0 n
....in .nu mEinouisi episcopal Uliurch.
Sd rw?tto ,Ul1-; C'"Tenti0 Wmen
and Uergy to consider the n.ieat nn nr . n.
Th1erni.8e,TS .ref,wit'' .enerftl fRVor-
ladint ZmY.r? !tA CF","'i''8tions trora
lead ngmembersaiidminislersapprove Land
IA... . . ' .uuorBo 11.
rTrl4-'!6 . at Pvailing, I
V,L-,".V,B 1 . "eT- w . h.
"?iu! .yulmna? i writes: "The
unanimous sentiment in m Vfatirtl AViuv-MA an1
in the adjoining .circuits and stations, is in
tayor of separation, and as soon as possible,
from the M. E. , Church In the United States'
There , is a settled determination not to
llVA lltidn. ! ftUX tl .
"Oneol the best inform".! nml mmi :..n,.'
tialtitizcnsof this community, not a member
but a supporter of our church, said to me in
substance, a few days ago: "If your Confer
ence does not purge itself from its now un
doubted abolition connection, you can not
. irc . ..v. uuu uih nm. wnrrnv rt ha .etn
n' .1 ' ., T0 .......... .w uo.cuUU
uuuunru 00 Bay nuraoersi" -
John 1'. Jethridire. of Calvert Hnnntv
"i u. n communication by sayinir the
MarrJaud Mothorliatii "wnnld mf- ..?.:
A, .. " T
1 Dy say
t u ' j' v. . .UUJ1.111-
lug 111 the old Baltimore Conference, if, in
t "..crisis she assumes a Dosition to whw.h
tuey can unblirshingly appeal. But if Bhe
decline! thus acting it will only be necessary
tor the Church South to send her men over
2. Less Uuia two y6 they will bve un
disputed possession of the territory."
Tlie fO. lowing' r!ert,lPi.ti..n ainA u . .'
hundred nnrl tHrl.vjn J ,
me. appears in tlw Baltimore Advocate of
j "" " . me unacrsigned, ministers
and members of the M. E. Church, do hereby
r '"nana aettrminea protettagnimt
' utt.uu uau Dy tue late Ueneral Confer-
nnveoutna sumoct ot slavery, that looks,
dLCoctlv or Indirantlir . tr, r .uJ
terms of Church-membership."
ti,q a a. 4. -4C:w: . .
tions adopted by nearly a score of congTegL
Hons or Quarterly Conferences, of which the
tollowinir are snmi.lna wn..,rc..i j
auu luwuie luiBireii Lfi inniA nil "DflA n.
!?"?"e.s resol7e.. That we do repudiate the
.ui?- K . ne aew raptor introduced
into the Discpline on that subject (slavery),
and will not. inhmit .! a .
and will not submit to it,
At a meetino nt'
11 .. . Q
Accomack Cironit it ... .r." .j
'1U1 the annnlnlmnn.D1' .
r.a , 3 tr"
find ovrselvea nnder the ntwaait-v nt iAi
lug our connection with the M. E. Church.
ua raw constituted, as soon as we con-
-ine omciai members of the Rockbridge
nirrM.it. "Pan,iaJ Tt... l. i i j..,,
come for a separation of the Baltimore Con.
KvuuvbBW, fcuo imio nud iuiiy
frence fr(jm the jurisdiction of the General
umerence or ine m. Uhurch.
The members of Leeahn
tolvtd That we disapprove and condemn the
action of tho late General Conference, and
declare it to be unconstitutional and oppres
sive, and that we will not submit to it." .
At a meeting of nineteen "pastors of
churches in and around Baltimore City," res-
Ollltinnfl wprn minniaA a.naa..;.. rai .1
in the Ra.1t.imnM r.cL y. ik: T
bors, because of our ennnpofcinn with n. ihmvK
which openly avowt itself the most effectual
abolition organization on earth, and blas
phemously proclaims itself commissioned'of
uoa to Danisn trom America an institution
tolerated by the founders of Methodism and
the purchasers of our liberty? I answer,
No! Already tlfe tocsin of war haa hon
sounded. The standard of revolt has been
The editor of the Baltimore CAri., Ad.
v . . .
SS .hi Tartal0rra.,B,eJ,ara-
- v iuii. ixt-
o,,!,,ioii,i,t (i. .,.....: T7..11 f.,r . I
. ocpaiaviuu Wlliuccur WllUOUt I
tho .h.,m i n,ir.f..
expresses himself, in his iBsuo of the 30th ult.
the following manner : '
'.'The great danger is passed. The Hon we
much feared is chained. The cloud hn
been dispersed, and. though we ara hnunrlArl
by a narrow horizon, all within it ia nlr
and smooth. We shall not be broken to
pieces. The unity ot the churches within the
Baltimore Conferences will be maintained. '
Wherever we go. we will go togethet. .The
difference of opiuion among us is not serious
erence or opiuion among us is not serious
kind or extent. There are a few whn
. a. .-...-, r. V I
but so far ,rw. know S mih? h m'
m"uU mefS i7anmn bul and ve"0,
spectators. Even these fbw approve the
aa.in . 1 . . 1 . ' -. , . ,,- I
:;a-"'.,"!!": 11 u,ner-
ently from others. For the present
congratulate our readers, and we thank
God that we are in no danger of division
among ourselves," . i
A Sknsibl. and Politic Fkknchmam.
Some time ago, a Frenchman named Druhin
was, for misconduct, seized by the Peruvian
police and put-in prison. The French Goy-
ernment esponsed the cause of its subject,
and Count Lesseps was sent thither with an
ultimatum requiring an indemnity and a
special salute of the French flag. The Peru-
vian Government consented to nav tha In.
demnity to Druhin for the loss of bis time,
refused the salute, on the plea that it
never intended to offend the French nation
inflicting a deserved punishment on a
Fivnchman misconducting himself. Count
Lesseps. instead of arromtntlv inBistinir nn
terras of the ultimatum aa it . ia ranaraiw I
done when the strong haf to deal with the
ieeoie-aamntea tne reasons ot the Peruvian
uovernmeut, and no special salute of the Hae
tnnv n aaa a tirn... ..Ia.u ..n.l..... I
name and that of his master popular and
respected, not only in Peru, but among all
other Spanish Republics, and be left this
hemisphere followed almost by the blessings
the Americo-Spanisb population.
ua. yv. . i..., ,., "' ""
GriAt Watbr-bpout. A few days ago, a
water-spout appeared in the humor of Apala-
G. bunker, lying at the West Pass an-
chorage. Every loose article about the decks
whirled into the air j even the oars were
taken out of the boat alongside. The second
anchor was let bo. and the shin swuntr round!
eouipaw turee times in less man ten
Th. Eahb of Ntosp Lin in th. Tbopics.
Trollope, in his new work on Jamaica, says
the emancipated negro: He lie. under the
mango tree and eats tlie luscious fruit in the
ne sends his black urchin up for a bread
and behold the family table i. spread.
pierces acoco.-nut, and,lol there is hi.
oeverage. an uet upon tne great, aurroundfd
orangey Dananas ana pint pplt.,
and Virginia. The Overcrowding of the California Steamers
and Virginia. The Overcrowding of the California Steamers —A Marine Carnival of Indecency and
and Virginia. The Overcrowding of the California Steamers —A Marine Carnival of Indecency and Dirt.
: A patwengef io dulirbrnltt by the Korthtrn
Light on her last trip haa described in detail
the danreri and horrors of thn a
wemniietlie lollowlnr extract from his ao.
eount of the consequence, of over crowding
vue snip: m
All feelings of delicacy all notion, of do-
pOrtmont all manifestation, of respect all
modesty wer thrast aside hr a aPmi nnn.
ber) and the few who, from birth and educa
tion, coma not, nor would not, so lower
t II CITl Hi VP. hill in ntnaa nil - .
. 1 M.i ...a nvoiiuefl
tneir outragea .ensihilities. With man of
nu iiiw nu uriiiuu una a larcre num-
ber were -females the common eonvention-
a I m ni linn wia whn riiaA..j.j . u
nd women were foiced to dress, as well
pertorm all tlie minntim of the toilet
mBnJ 01 nem too tacrw ror sight before
Huffu anininng) Denolders. You
. . v ' "-"":.
SJIt wIm Rt n,g.ht .0n,rr bjr
. -? Pn j;
Children were piled in on their pare.U;
men and women, who h..r. a f
Tl0 were Jitter stranger., now-In th very
despair of their helplessness, made commoi
mu, "d humanity, irrespective of sex,
.....v vcu uma aaa iaiuL" Ke
good Scotch Wrings. JSach of . th? eight
.""""K our sojourn, was imt a too
" 01 t ne picture thus drawn. Thefacili-
Ruu Y. j . .moguiru tue
Blth heggars description. It Is really a
miracle that gaunt disease did not lay his
npa mr c h iii.h ... : : i
the culinary efforts verified the old adage in
tt-speet to the paternity of cooks. The bed,
table linen, aud furniture, were filthy; the
servants had no time for cleanliness, ,in con-
ocqueuue 01 tuo iniuiipiicry 01 tneir duties.
- - .. w m
Disirustinirand rcnulsiva a.i tl.a ...Met :
I can not fail rendering a description of the
ineiiioa pursued oy tlie sU'ward . department,
in their f-ttorta tn mukA n .l..,-f al.nn.A..
. . . "
f'ass, erocKervand cutlery uo duty. Ivortlv
Bfllinva th.t from HiaHjv nr lor. u v.X
- , .j w ivi. .it. &uia
to tlla day of onr arrival, not one drop cl
water was consumed therein. . Allfm .,.,. 1
me piaiterB were carefully scraped (for the
slush is one of the steward's perquisites) aad
then piled up. Men armed with soiled table
ciotns and towels (from the wash-stands!
....... .. 1.1. 1 rc .... 1 r 1 1 '
w," ... uuucu uu iuu ueoris. uiasses were
returnea to tne racKS innocent of cleansing,
Before at sea two days the tilth could be
.iu .ui una lorss were merely wiped olt.
crapeo on or eacti utensil; but use is second
nature, and one may come to fancy filth as
aa appetizer, especially if one travels on Van
uerout s steamers.
Woman and Michelet.
Tht Boston Courier which Is edited, as
mo JoiwwMi uourter wmeu ir pnitPrt ru haa
Un .p;h ",-r:..:rJ ,
"aa kuiu, ui Ereiiii-iui.c;iini:iuiLi iuicilm. lti VM
fhB5"'owj?? rrJ of Wnn "
M'f elet in his new book :
A tiair of rosv l.n in cl. aAV n ; ;-.
" l8.!t? f of bones
"",uu " constant neeo 01 tne dentists
care! i""1 the husband's kiss must be be-
stowed with caution. It. n.mU.
r in?id?n"t1 SSSSTSt
small children mav render it. .,nnl..n(7,
painful. A beautiful woman ia n hundla nr
n.ir.c,i a w.....v..t .rrz-rrrr v. 1
'emini.n( diseases, combined in mysterious-
tu"'P""on ocneain a tair exterior. Her
progress from infancy to maturity is described
jocaey aescriues tne growth of a horse.
She ia an animal nf Hha
, , " mium,
silent, uncomnlaimnir. sufferino-. in tha
presence of that great, rough, coarse, tyranf-
uil cren.uie. wan.- wno uapa ner Tn n tunn
her, and then throws her away like a squeezed
the vountr can say what it chooses.
Michelet't statements have nnlv ton muh
Execution of a Murderer—Painful Scene at
The execution of Nathaniel Harten for the
murder of . Melissa Morris, took place at
1uuuu.u1v1.10, .uarsaau county, Virginia, on
Friday. Harten ascended the scnffold slowly,
um, ... ui. y, ocuuu.pauiea Dy ttev. sir. men-
mond and other clergymen. When the con
deraned man beheld the scaffold, the little
oiood in nistace disappeared, his eyes seemed
sink suddenly deeper into his head, and he
seemed almost instantly to lose one-third of
nesn. rnis lasted but a short time. and.
hnTea ..IV.n T n .m "UJ
ISO air" ?PJZT
"r"" hub OVDIIUIU, OOOUIliCU I
r;;. u; nr;crr "j
nrracr w an u-a u.ku. i ii a i
u.aa,..,a.. u. jviuiiuiuiiu mon onered I
a Draver in behalf of tha cnndemn.n
which be intimated that he IHartenl hoi
, . ' , .
experienced a change of heart, and hoped for
Divine foririveness. Tho rone was thnn ad.
io.a,i .it i,;. .u. j
r.v.Vj ,"?:,. rr. i ,M1" u"u au" I
J""" -w-v -a.o ixvn., n.o ue.li Ul.nu over
a .a. Khir a.j ..nj k. ... a-1
trp, a dull sound was heard, and tl
next moment Harten was swinging in tl
swintrinir in tha
... ..a ui-ew uiiudeii up - twice or three
timca iu vioieut struggles, out was soon
motionless and lifeless.
Among -the many persons who pressed
prominently upon the line of soldier, sur-
ruunumg tne scanoia, neiore tne drop tell,
the father of the murdered girl, Morris,
was very much intoxicated, and so
clamorously eager tor the awful scene, that it
with difficulty he was restraine.1 hv hia
:v.v. - i
Th. -B.Aorias" of th. Lat. Japanks.
im Niw York. A tickettothe Japanese
In Nw V nrlr anld Fnr i.a..n.. I
t.:. . s .. . .v: r,.-"'
aa.ii.vu vu H'l .m, DUUIO lUrB IUOU- I
spunous tickets were out, and the
holders were a hard looking "set," but en-
every thing amazingly the soap-fat
nuu lo-uicaers, among tnem, partic
ularly. The Express says the scrambling at
Blinnni. t.ll.la. avaa A.arful anA Ik. 1 .
. .. j-j.. . ..uwu, Hniu.. nuu tuv WSIWrB I
not only impertinent but extortionate:
: . ... -....j a- I
instance, a man aked for an ice-cream
his lady the reply was "I fjon't care a
.ui uu u. juur i.u.y, p.ve me a quarter,
The quarter was paid and the article
sometimes lurtncoitung and sometimes
"Bring me a bottle of wine," said an
other. The "Sambo" whom he addressed
several bottles in his hand. "Half a
dollar, sar!" was the response, and unless
half dollar waa nai.l tliara w..a nn win.
York city, it will bd seen, preserved its
. : ' - I I
... .. ..
thener" -Te" 'vlZ X 'SSl
in irso. on v ft uZZ:P,?:.
5. , ial-riiTj p 6
New Jersev: John Tvlar. nf VirnioJ b it i
D 1. - , ....... u . . u.t su, ,
Benjamin Ruggles, of Ohio. Of the Federal
of Representatives,.but two are living
Massachusetts. Edward Everett and
vrvoTgs uni.rioil. ' i nomas tjorwm WaSIJhia
1830, and there is no member of
House with' him now who was with him
bis htst ComrreBBional term. Ha ia alnn.
he represents the same district, and was
elected in 1858 by tbe sons and grandson, of
pioneers wh6 elected him in 1830.
ATAL CATASTBOP. Sxv.1T Drdnkch III! I
DROwmn. A tew doys since, thirteen miners,
of whom were intoxicated, attcmnted
cross Portage Lake, Lake Superior, from
uMiuKjt ... iiuuuuluu. in a aaiii. due wnan .
half-way across, the bout swamped,
acrou ui 1.10 party were arownea.
D.MOCBATIO STAT.) CONVINTIONt 1. G.OR-
The-Douglas wing of the Democratic
of Georgia will hold their State Con
vention at Milledgeville, on July 24th,' and
Breckinridge men were to issue their tall
.....ii.-' ,.,Vi'.i' i " i
Troubles of Americans In Syria—Attack of
the Bedouins Upon an American Camp.
The correspondent of the Boston Traveller
writing from Beirut, Syria,, on Mar 18, says
The traveling season is now over, and woe
betide any luckiest voyager who boa loitered
upon me roaa. Kelentless levers, which un
seat the mind, will be almost sure to catch
the hindmost, . For the laat few week, the
Americans nave been scampering to the
seacoast as rapidly a. their Arab steeds can
carry them, to make sura their escape to
t onstantinonle ordrrnvn. A vrsstnr nnnk.
oi our countrymen nave visited Byria this
year than at any previous time and now
there remains hut an. nartv in .)-
and these gentlemen will avail themselves of
me next r rencn steamer.
An American. Mr. Rimn nf V.w v.t.
has been ill for soma time hp(wan .laffv anJ
Jerusalem, but has now sufficiently recovered
icnvo uiu counvry; winie one or two
tnghsh traveler, now lie ill in Mount Leb
wjuuu ma renco oi medical aid. Ex-
Pr08ul:e to the sun 8?ri ftr ' 'ddle of
anon, beyond the reach of medical nirf. p..
desU'to wa7 myymeT7eth? '
teen atSed durinTtb tai' n great
.i . B. .0.0 .oun , no great
Amortcan community rtJtledw'th an
account of an attack by a party of Bedouins
upon an American camn MmrK.nrl nV .i.Jin
it was reported that the ladies were nlawri in
the cente? of the encamrZ"t, md Wi"
lant gentlemen rallied around them with Kir
revolvers, and. eiohanffino-t.o n. 7tu": L T.
. j . .' ., " . . " '
ureu buow, arove toe Bedouins across the
Jordan. Upon the arrival of this heroic
band in Beirut, it was aacertained that the
uus vriciiim ciime. i ue tacts in
the case are these, and they indicate nothing
to alarm, those who mnv wiah tn
The Convent of Mar fial.a it
day's iourney from the Dead Sen, and over-
uunga tuo uars ana Buoumeiy dreadful ravine
which suggested to the mind of the Psalmist
"the valley -of the shadow of Ho.ih " 1. ,:.
a Greek Convent, no ladv is arimittpri- onH
there were five ladies in the nrnmn, t-,
parties pitched their tents about half a mile
from the Convent, in the valley below. As
this iB the country for Bedouins, who range
"..uugu ii unmoiestea ana unchecked by the
Turks, a stamped was attempted upon the
mulos. This was discovered nnrl rcoioi-,! 1.
the muleteers, who rushed to thescene, firini
emtio anil nla.nlo ami . i ' . . .
. r U1D.K..UK; tne weiKin
, . ' "" ot.ui.v ui revenge. Alter ex-
uuauging inirry or lorty snots, the mules were
ic;uyereu, ana one or two guns captured
from the attacking party by the valiant m u le-
wu.o. . ui.o una nriuo: wiu nMM th.
American camp was naturally thrown into
Ij.eai cuniusion; ana in consideration of the
(act that a general attack was anticibated bv
vrhiln talk. U J .. .. .' 1 " . .
whole tribe of Bedouins, ever hnv A-.-,)
with the most amazina amount nf
...j ,At . , , .mv
uvwruiiuMioa. ' riKOH were raodlv
A I a.i 1 . f..
declared her deteriatbjn to fire S the
tuJU w 11 ro at tne
Soon, however, the true state of tha ,..
was understood, and all fears were alia.!
The batuTendek with , ST J?,j. L y, i
iue Daiue ended witn a tew wounds, not of
"ir??nJ..e VV, tne woundS Of the
were soon dressed with a ol-iii
which quite astonished them, and filled their
minds with new impression, of American
greatness. One young American, a Mr.
Seeley, of Ohio, shot himself in the finger
durinsr the affair, but the hall wu i.ti
,T,a j U:j T" -.1-" "
were tanen irom the various boot-legs where
they bad been detiositedfor nRfe-Wooninn. sni
watches were duo- nn from thair h,i;nn.
places under ground. . But the most amusing
incident of the scene was the di
of the couriers -and a dragoman, crouch
ing under the dining-table for safety.
The muleteers of another nartv nf A
were attacked near Damascus, but the
"w ..iomjumju, ana tne an air ended
with the loss of two guns belonging to the
muleteers. TheBe guns, however, have since
been recovered by Mr. Consul Johnson. i
tt may oe tnat betore another travelling
ounouu Din... ivu uruuuii, itussian arm. may
keep the country more quiet; but it is feared
the Lebanon will Drove to its ninm th
Causasus of Syria, and every chief a Schamyl.
The present state of things in Mount Leb
anon is not at all inviting. A few days ago,
the vicinity of Sidon, two Druses were
07 me i;nristians; and the friends of
eralreremonies, 'killed tree CtZl
S IRllfl'nT.HrHfl TT A Fl Wh . narfnamln 1
???? w to aPPeaee
... ' ar - d i w
SDiritS of the irhost.lv dpnartod Thia
" ".J"0 ft0?8,"' -Q.earta-. -1018
..foT' ' " . ' r .7. 1?w?a b7 an
vv,Q vim LIAO LfUl b (Jl LilH IjII rlNLIHItB in ma
and suited in the death of
mourning Druses, who were k lied unon
Hobublk Accident A Wohaw Iupi.h.
,a uoqot OH.AFT. Tuesday boat, Mrs.
FrederickRosetibero'er.-of Lihertv Tn
this State, met with a horrible accident.
daughters were about to take a buggy
and when they started from the house
norse Became anmanacreable and ran
Their mother was in the road, and
unable to got out of the way in time, and
horrible to relate, the shaft of the buggy en-
the lnwfrar. f h., .uL. J ,
.l.u'PL0' hef "d?." ten or
iweiifl luuuea, anu. impaiea on tne BharL she
carried soma fifty feet and then hurled
fl?ai?Lthe fence- " op. of ber
nabbow Escap n. a B.n.
or A Railkoah Tba in
A i.BBIBL. AOCIDBNT. A fw rim
the Newton (N. J.) Express truing con
sisting of five or six cart loaded with pas-
Bciigvio, umruwiT wcapeu oeiug precipitated
the Passaic River, by running off the
Newark bridge. The draw was opened to
"."","" hoko oi a vessel, ana tne proper
Bnnvn hut .ha .:... t 1
" ' " ' "I w- vaaaa IS ) WUU UU
recently been placed on the road, failed to
aan...,. V. r .1.. ..." .
... iaao uuuuuuiur u. uiatTainBaw
aienal, and pulled the emrineer'i bell tn
The order was promptly obeyed, but,
uu - lusuuii too soon, lor ine locomotive
wuuinsix leet oi tne draw.
Significant Prohihpj rami a miair.nt
Ainiiquei given at raiermo, on the occa.
ot the armistice, Garibaldi proposed as
toast "The Independence of Huntrary."
. .. . K.TU ... . nitliuu, OU .UO OCCU-
turning to bis Adjutant-General. (Tol.
JZ& r guest at
r ",,u 'on a. ?ow.niy guest
' '"""ary next, i win return
visit at Pesth I
... r-aaB-n ,--
RwoioiNa OvtB A WiF.'t Ritdrn WIvm
such uncertain property that the pro-
of the Nixon House, at Alliance, in
Tnae frnrn thr.w... saIe,ret?,,n f "l8
,Z thta waTk h.I'l1 '." 0.'e1,relana'
Zea"B this week, by a grand illumina-
"JS? "a,JH . "th "V1!8
JLT .iln 7. tb" whole
ft. ,al, eTeral flKuta growing
llln.nBi..u(l..., !..... a ...i
scriution haa been onaned in H,-r. r... .,.
of raising money for a monument to
memory of General Putnam. It is ex
pected the amount necessary will be raised
but little difficulty. i.
BxaCnRR'. In. A OS Poi.l-.tna Awn H...laiini
Ward Beecher tays, in his lecture on
am) Religion, that people have the
now-o-dav. that Ilia Ch lirchaa are
the ministers spectacled nurses, while
burdsn of thtlr song it, ;'Hu.h, my dear,
tltiU andsluoibar." , ; .
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
LATER FROM EUROPE.
ARRIVAL OF THE FULTON.
ClPR RaOIT. .TulV O 8 P. f' The aUan..
ship Fulton from H avre on the 26th ult.,
ooutnampion on tne 21m, passed tms point
at four P. M., bound to New York. She has
ninety-three passengers anl six hundred tunt
or rreignt. .
The Panama, from St. Johns for New York.
pannvu nere in company wiin tne ruuon.
tne rung 01 jNapies it said to have accepted
tne Drooosiuon maae dv nia tinncu. tor a
constitution on a liberal basis, an alliance
with jpiedmont, ftc, on certain conditions.
' COHMKROIAt MATT1RS.
Lwervool Cotton Market. flales of the
three days ending with Tuesday, the 26th,
were 26,000 bales, of which 7.000 were to
wita' buf quotaS
.... - . A.. .. . .
Fork and Beef dull and nominallv tin-
Bacon steady., for good.
stead v at.
ooipjbus. 1 allow Steady.
and Coffee steady.
Advices from Manchester Were more fuvnr.
able. Prices were unchanged, though some-
Liverpool Breadstuff market In dull with a
declining tendency. Wheat Id. lower, and
I -I" L.I.. J,. J '
un. B..juuv uecunea.
ine rrovision market wu. nu.at.
Messrs. Wakefield. Nash A Co. renort Rraad.
tuffs dull and difficult to sell at former
wneat dull, with declining tendency, and
prices nuout ia. tower, rea iu. Dd.fajus. 4dJ
white lis. 4d.(S)12s. 6d. Corn dull and all
qualities sngntiy lower.
London Monev Market. Conaola rlnaavl th
26th at 9393X for account, extra divi-
The National Guards
different positions in Palermo during Uari-
The orffanization of troops and marine
riwi pmitsaaing tit. ruiurmo.
The interview at Baden had braiurht ahnnt
an understanding between Austria and Pm-
Bia regarding the reorganization of the mili-
uiry contingent, ana construction of the
napoleon will not recoirnir.e the innn.
tion of Sicily, Tuscany and the Romagnas to
KIUUUI1V, ,. t
Two hundred thousand pounds in Austral
uin gold arrived in England on the 25th.
July 6. The derangement of
the California mails ia lilralv tn li,w.a k.
Governmentin some serious difficulties, which
have not been considered. Our postal treaty
with England obligates us to bring the South
American mails, which comes to Panama by
the English steamers. It is known that Mr.
Vanderbilt has issued neremntorv nrdera net
lu.um uiaiis must remain oa the isthmus till
some temporary or other arrangement can be
U1C.UC v . - . - .
In View Of this exitrencv. it ia .nrnnnaa.'
that several of the swiftest Gnvnmmant
steamers shall be specially detailed for the
service until the meeting of Congress. The
Panama Railroad and Pacific Steamship Com-
wnuy aiu icuuj. . extend tneir co-operation
in such a movement, and the suggestion will
be made in the Cabinet to-morrow. Messrs.
Davidge and Hoodly, who represented the
"AJiut uwjoiiiHui HuuAaitroaa corporaitona,
Proposition, have been informally made
w vaiij iauu iuhuh oj ine can Antonio and
Oth fir mil ta hut iUa frar.onnt... 1 .
lr flwl!, haa ...,J l. at. v .
..... ... uu iuiucu uorc. ill tue nope OI I
XrlaVr-uT-TT1 ,t "ad
taken passage with bis family on the tteamer
of Monday, but left it when the mail was
refused. His influence with the Adminis
tration is necessarily impaired since tbe rup
ture with the President last week.
The Commissioner of Indian Affair
ceived important intelligence this morning
from Nebraska Territory. A
der date of June 22, writes that two hundred
more vneyenne, Arapahoes and Sioux
.uuiaiiH, naa just attacked a Pawnee villain),
sight of the Agency, and killed several
Mr. Giles rode in anion o- the at.taclrinr
party, and, with the assistance of a half-breed
interpreter, succeeded in inducing them to
draw off. They declared their purpose to
return and wipe out the Pawnee tribe. An
express was immediate! v sent, tn Hnl Phnai..
May, commanding at Fort Kearney, for as
sistance, as under the treaty of September,
1867, the Government is bound to protect
the Pawnees on their new reservation. Thn
hostile expedition was fitted out west of Fort
Kearney, for the express purpose of making
nn. vu ...o i awiiees.
Pittsburo, July 6 M. River seven feet
.acnes oy tne pier-mark and falling,
Weather clear and pleasant
Th. Lat. Viboinia Shoh-tino iiiv '
surviving editor of the Lvnehhuro. vi.
ginian, has a feelincr address tn hia fi.ir,rin
the tneuds ot that paper inconsequence
. " '7 umiiwaiiug ana unnappy aoalr,
which has resulted in the death of one
brother and tlie desnerate wnnndine- nf An
other. He says: "Let all learn from this ter
rible event, the importance of restraining
even the 'remaindar nf vr..h . .
- , ; .- . .vu, aaaau. nui.
more forbearing toward their fellow -men.
lesson has been deeply engraved, as
an iron pen on the heart of the editor."
f HILANTHROPY nr run Rg. l.iaaa.
viiAw... A writer in tne national Magaxxnt
argues that the landed class id Great Britain
grown puiiantnropte.' Their aim is to
build churches, to form schools, to caution
laborers aeainBt beer ahnna. in aanri .,t
distressed needle-women to Australia, to turn
raeired bovs into decent and i ndiiatwinua ahna
blocks, and to learn St. Giles's the value of
cneap oaui ana a clean suirt.
A Country Boy Enoaoid in
remarkable case of forgery and fraud lias just
u.BcuverBU in tne nnnntT nt f ivtr.-.
Canada, perpetrated by a youth from the
woods, under the assumed names of
taearney ana Bernard, who, by a deed, and
having it duly registered in Woodstock, suc
ceeded in obtaining $350 on mortgage from
Hon. J. G. Goodhue, of London. The
particulars of hit transaction, develope a de
gree of cleverness iu rascality not often., ex-
t.it.l.J K .. l.:a!a J . - . . . .
laiuitcu, ujr uusopuuiucateu cuuutry ooys. iV
Th. ' Pbksknt Coukt. Prof. R.U,rl nr'thl
Cambridge. Observatory, announces fliat the
presetit comet is approaching the earth,
though, owing to the strong moonlight, its
position, and its increasing distance from
tun, it is doubtful whether it will become
conspicuous to the naked eye,. Through
lartre telescnoe. itnraannta nn annaaH,a
curiously like that of the great comet of
on a reduced scale. Tba toil branches
in two streams from tbe nucleus,,. . ..-.,
S.natorS.ward'b Arabian HoRska'.-il&en.
Seward is in receipt of a letter from j.
Jnhnonn ITni.Aat 9.a.aa .....
n uu) ..... umwB a.
announcing that the horses which had
presented him by the 'Eflendi Ayoub
Trouboulskl will be sbipped from that
by the American vessel due there on'
10th. There Are five horses In all. Three
them were presented to Gov. Seward, and
were purchasedone for Hon. Simon
Cameron, and the other for Mr, Walsh, of
asaarrasaiArK, -sna. - ... ..
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Will MW All trin.1. n. J-...-.I.. iTr
no ever lIltrnalllKMl u.n.nn. ...
the very thlcke.t to th. a Xn-Lh,:f..?rr,V "1
aees all kinds of thread, from No. S to auo"
No Oil it need on top qf fa AfacauM.
anun iot a circular, or call and see It In operation.
Upon early application, state and County rl.luj, may
An enermtle nrami caa n..a a r...- 1- , .
time. AgenU wanted ln all unsold Territory.. .
- , . , , H.C. BU BTMAN, " '
Bole and axclnalre aaent fnr the IlultnH Ma... -
SopU-tf a West Fourth-street. Cinolnaatl.
Don't Read This I
London and Baltimore Hospitals, where be has
had mftnTTMn1 n-. .... ,n .h . . .
nereal diseases, but more reoently of Mexico, a her
S1 '.'eaea are u ne tound in their rankest form.
t a, -vi-... i--'"i"T."orA, in cioiieciion wiin or.
Don ANTONIO DE LAUSVALlaUS. one of tl.;
moat eminent physicians Id Mexico and Spain, they
discovered a remedy in one of the Mexican plants.
and the system thoroughly
cleansed and pure, aa
1. nan ne.
Olseajaes. Hvnh .... Mr.,r a I.. nr.u... .....
kinds Of COmitltinn nt.ha 1.1.1 ...A ai......u ..a
skin removed permanently aud quickly by thle pow
errul agent and alder of nature, " Mexican Specitlc. "
one need be reduood toe skeleton, and slitter the
tortures of the Inquisitiou, aud robbed of his lant
dollar,' and still not eured. Dr. Calvin also healn all
kinds of chronic diseases with great success. Med
icine only to pay for, as all diseases are treated fia
charge, except by special contract. Persons at a
distance can be treated by sending correct state
menta of their cases by letter, aud ten cents in
Rl?!'. .,t"'m',s- 0a" on or address Dr. CALVIN,
ao.l Vine-street, betwwn Filth and Sixth-streets
Cincinnati, Ohio. Now is tha time-to-morrow may
The Doctor has located iwrniautjntly hi tha city,
and can at all times be found at his office. '
Kfvhend for Circular.
No. 203 Tine-street.
; ImySa-ayJ .-
JCven ?.P E 1 V E U PKR. BTKAJHJE
TS.OOtt fuel Tenneaaee Bed Cedar, and for sale
vary low prices.
6.000 Cedar Fence Posts :
. 9,000 Locust Fence Posts :
40,000 Feet Fencing Boards;
c.- BUi at ihort woST "00r,,"
NNi.oin) ft. second anu third comnion do. do. : '
tu,m ft. Pine, Poplar, Oak and Hemlock Joists and
Well aU.Aalilfl.Bl ' Anal Brill Iu. I.. . .. 1
short time, to make room or uew stock, by '
Tliofl. W. Farrin & Co..
Wholcstle and Retail Lumber Dealers-
MV Yard on Freeman-street, o r-posits Oeorra
next lo 0., H. and D. B. B. DenotT ill 1
H. Ceeli. ' a. ar tlmmh.
M. H. COOK & CO.,
GREAT WE8TEM PIiAmfl MI1L
WHITEWATER CANAL, ,
BETWEEN FIFTH AND 8IXTH-8TBEET", OIB-
tUHNATr, OHIO, .
l1tISrNA,FEI'P,P, flAYINO K1--
abandoned Eulldiug lu the city, and .
turned our attention to preparing building niefetiale -or
every description, we ran safely say that our aa - J
perienoa in tbe busineas and our facilities snabls
offer Ind niwnian . ... ...IU. a. -.7.1 .
... uu..uaaB , ii . i, n a:!., aui. a. a
diataaca unsurpassed, If equaled, by any other siuii- '.
establishment lu tha West. - . ' i
Wi also n.annfaetura Veueers of all descriptions
?" aaaortnient of Mahosanv, lfosa
wood. Walnut aud Oak Veneers. A lao. Plus Backia .
,BPi'",V.? fui I.o..klng.glaaea. '
P. 8 - Wa have just recolva.1 fort" thousand feet r
, , , .... ur U1BAB1IU INI
i .L" ."f euaiity, wblcn wa cau sell at
privp than It haa ever haau sold tor in this mar
O. W. BOWLER, .
PROFESMOR IW THE YBTFRINAHY
COLLKlils OP BDEUEON8. t)$c5, N IS
hetwsa BMaajuj ) sinul, Clnauaati.
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BALDWIN db BA EDWIN.
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