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lib." rbers In Cincinnati, Osviaireea ene) I
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,; , uxrwanuing; ctua ua hwmi m I
ii n , lta ertremerr low " ,' I
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On THITftRtlAT F.VKNINO, Jnlf II, IBM), will e
acted Yorrfi'. Urend Opra,-rn Uam aora, aoiled
. i t JERUSALEM! Ob, It LoMBAkni." I -
mi(, iiom 'rniiinrw; Hngr, nohe.ueaibreE He-
lena, Madame Philippe.
The perform.no will comm.no. with
; twa'." Comic- Opera, in one act, called
LA 4108B US T. FIBUR
i' IlAfr.or Anwt.tr. Pro. Circle Mid Fer,nette,
i ! rnti mcnd Tier tnd Family Circle, &l cent.
Tiird Olrele lt9 cent.. : , , 1 1 "
11 ,' Notice. No extreoberge fnrreeerred eeate. Beats
, , riiu be ."oured during tuo day By application at th
, Oftlcc. ..... , i
r Door, open t o'clock, and the Opera will com.
MADAME E. SIEMiriSKl, '
VOCAL & LSTRUIETAL COCERT
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MM IT It 8c NIXON'H HALL,
THt'HSOAY KTFNTtJ, JCtY l'J. i
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mrOTiriJ.-THE NATIONAL THEATJpR
eirloal I'Hrlormanoe., Itnllfta, tleriitan or !Burlftiie
bf ill. nlgut or week, forpartlcuiaia.
'eru, c, Ac., ann mar oe nnaon roR.miaoio inrnu,
'. ' i' National T.ieator BulIdW, I
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V..-,.iGOQD NIGHT t-aJ
ApriT FOJl SOPRANO AND TENOR.
Prlrp a5 cent.
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f10L.T MKDAL PIANOH THB BRST IN
A.urttUA.-niecK inipi mint
ISw York) iruwflrlul toned dutiMo
i;nind-actioa Concert Piitnoa. pro
MbOQCvU ht LUtA.V.ii.lbert(an(lottir
uhwt HrHntJi thm vnnt in sit.tnc.
W will tKiH lowar lor oiihIi tlmn nr othr dmlttrt In
Lcity. Pianos ptnl BlIudnons tuod and rt)hmir4
tiMjmuifhlT. Piano to tat At from $4 to Sift iwrauor
lr. Aliwicl inetrnmentu wlltug'iit balf-prioM. !
or rant r iaim? untu you dt oiuhhi na s-
. Bole A font.
Pinno L'fiilert and Mftkere.
Me. 827 W. FilthafltnMt, ovr Plnm.
OIUO WDITB SULPIICR SPBIX6S !
,;., Delaware County Ohio,'
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UPEN TO VISITORS SEEKING HEALTH OR PLEASURE,
r ROM JTJNB TO ' OCTOBER.
a.v n.r i.itiu Mil
THK. IIOITNB, TRIP,
nl Uuilruad ami 'Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton Jiailroul, at i30 A. M., ria
Lprlnunoli) to 'W'hiw Sulpliui MMtlon.
r Ticket, fur the Itound Trip, , per Mule Miami
M-.llru.dr at 7i:l and 10 A. M. and 11 P. M.. and
T Ulnciunatl, liumnwil aim Arey.ua neurueu,
10 A. JU., via lolujnou. to lewls innkr,
or. t'jouis or. oilier iulermatlon, addrea. . - .
. .- J A. vrmON, JR., " '
. , .. -,.... whtte anloho. PoetoBloa.
jM-tr ' ' Delaware County, Ohio.
Don't Read This I
rH K MOST WONDFRprr wsoov-
EUX OV 1UU AUfi.vUr. (MLYIN
of Lonrtua and oauiiuoi-e Jiostiitaii, wncre ce nil
practlctji tbe trofttment of v
f ticltdHw4W8 are to be found iu their r
ticlrdiieees are to be found iu Ihelr ruukont funn.
uiTo rpcentiv r mexico? wnre
ttva witn vt
' LK u ANTONIO F LAIIHVALLI'8,. one of the
I . uoetui(nent hrtciatM rii Mexico arm flpara. they
I dtrtcorercd reruedy in one of tbe Mexican plants,
I nod found oulv iu Soutliera Mexico, that rumovfw.au
M ! if by tuafito, all tlie venereal taint fnm the vyetem,
: ; in ttie primary or. secondary furra. i Byphilit, in the
fort Htage, neriuiuwutly cured In very hart time)
U11U (lie ynittlU tUUruUK'Hr vivatuewu auu puiri
IT It had nurer boen fioiitaminatetl by that wotet ol
' nil difMMwoi, SyphiUa. Scrofula Lcprotty and all
a I odd ot corruption of the blood and dleaM of the
kin removed permanently aud Quickly by thl pow-
rful agent and aider of uature, " Mexican fepeciflc.'
No one nund be roducod to a skeleton, and sutler the
tortures of the Iiifiuinitlou, and robbed of his last
dollar, and still not uuwd. Dpi Calvin atao hoals all
kinds of ciirouio diseaj with rettt huooo4W. Med
Ulue only to "tay furyjuj all diseaso a tseaud free
of charge, except by ttpecial contract. V raooe at a
llntanou can bu treated buvudlng correct state-
aouta of their C4vM-br letter, aud tea eents in
ptMtngu b tarn re. Cali on pr aildroMB Dr. CALVIN,
iOJ Vlue-atreet, between Fifth and 8ixthstreet8
t'tnclnuatl, OUiOkiNuwiB the time torijuarr0? mft
The Doctor ua. located permanently in tne city,
tor hu located nermanentlr li
and can at all times lie found at hie office.
ma cau at an iimo. ne jouuaai oi
., t ...Mo, ,03 yine.8trfieU;., (r
j tlij, l - Irayat-ay) '
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ysIClAN.-Madame Kl.I.ia B Vlf.
1UNK JiLIXllluaver ftllUtociu-aalt.krnd.v'db-
?a.e. or the t'teruM, tne aiuney.. uvarieaAniaoaer
and Urethra, Prolapau. (f.lllnKI Utetle, llidamnia-
ion ai,H lllruratlon nf lli Wmh. DO matter of hoW
iong .tauding, poimaneuUy curap Jj Wa iuaol Uin
Mad'snie refer, with pleaaura to tbe foUowlna aard
vf one of the beet drussUU la the city : ,
ffolke Public and la. LdUl in PtrHemlarl '
' "We, tlie ondenrtirned, are' not In Ue hahlt 61 1r.
no nop nn.M In PtttMifc M Alir.llieilt tmt knOWinff W.I1
iltL'rine Elixir, we cheerfully recommend It to all fe
mules un"i.rlnR fruui Fmuale DLeuee. of any, kind; It
ly eetubl, ana in no cane can ao injury; w.
all tiy, and our word for it, you will Hud relief.
r. V, IliUli. uiukki.
"Corner of I tltli and Bca treeU."
If. 1). HILL.DrngirUt,
N. B.-Jl'or eale at the principal oflloas 144 Wgt
Sixth-et .lMtween Uacoand ilmiXDWASD BUAM-
LAN A Co.. corner oi main aim rourin-.ve. , .a.
IIIIiL, conies ol Kace and Virth-.ta.i and drag'
kIkU genernlly throughout the city aud oountry.
U.,l.'m K1.I.IH liu rntumetl from tike Southland
dan b luuAtd at bey olliui 144 Wt ,iitb-.t., at
, tlmea. ' - I - ' ' -" - ' ' ielT
tion at Pluawurts or Prerentlnff It, ijoiirding tt the
lUtabllniAtta.jbHWH oi nature. lnotw wu"''e
lr.m, aud those not willing them, will fl'd this book
., ina.it thAir m iPttiAH xtuitlfj Ne uedloinft to ase.
iVr fectl" healthy lu all rttttiK-cU. tiout to any part
uf tbe Th.itMi HtatiD on ret etnt of l,
Dr. CALVIN U also Ann! fBr Madame De Croix's
eiu&lo Hon Uil y Pills. These Pills are tnTaluablelu
tiusuuoUMl menaee, - liauies sntMtiu mv w iniiu
tmius p4e4MUieyas they will ea
If,; p-j-ltox Bcut to any (apt of the
..urvispjirl 6f ii.- Addrfss Dr. CA
a country, py man,
l )niltiiiutJ: atthto. nr call at
utreet, botvtedn Fifth aud Sixth
power fHViV i
Tln-ulate and Sheet-Iron Worker
Bee noAoeed to r
a UMITIIAIt DTKWARTH4 AIH-TIOHT
J. rtuuiliier auit Wuiler 0kiHlwi, Alao agent
I Carter'. Klltoring uyorani,wuoi
iore it mar be ea
oliblfig doae with Fffifff f IWtoa. i ;.
if kA ATln1RT.tV'!:, rjfiA
TwNI KAOTHUKltrJ OV BAR,
and Bolter Iron, Plow Blab., Ballroad DpiK
77 ...H,.flir,h.UnnmiiUiii H tar Hal
vl aV.rloiaV- Al pKfHraa vOHounaU
avaTAII kind, lea aiada hI
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i 9 a fef
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Hath-iirJet, betwea Mala aad Walnut. OiuolnnatT.
CINCINNATI. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 11. 1860.
" PRICE ONE CENT.
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Littli MiABi-17 aUnatea tartar than Oily ttaM.I
ri3A.MHlA.M.aiidllP. at. OoramkoaAo.
odatloa, 4 t. M. X.nla Acoommodatloa. a
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OraoraiUTa, Hianrow in Barrow-fr sitaatM
faatar thai City Mm,) A. at., Ti3 A. af., .!
r. at. ana air-. . auuallloa Atootamuoarloa, 8 A.
M. and 3i3 P. H.
, tfaio Aji Miauwim (II aHaoV ahnrat tbaa
Cl thaaj 4iS A. M. and StSS t. At. UoatrrUla
AooomnioaaUod, 9 P. at. ,
IaciAWAroxta ua OwcutiTi laoT-tiii-pi
aihrataa Uower tbaa Utytlae, 0i4 A. at., HiS
A.M. and T. U . .. .
ataauit a an Otavmaan-fT atlante futar than
City tlaJil A.M. and i8 P.M.
OrfnrsTOK inn Lailaoroi-lCity Um,j S49 A.
M.aadai!5P. M. - , .'
. Uaomat, Biomroira am IiroiAKAPOLi. 4 A.
M.,9i30P. M..4P. M. ,
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Littu Miahi-SiS A. M., 8 A. M., Jti44 A. M.
na 4i40 P. M. ..
OnioiiTDHiMiHirn Ti30 A. it., lUiftS P. M.
and 9i10 P. M. . ' - . . ; ,
Curoimran, B.MrLroa an dattow Ti4S A. M.,
10i40 A. M., 1 P. M., St34 P. M., Ti33 P. M. and
t il5 P. M.i . ,1 J. .
Iaoiaaapoaia Ajra daomiTl lOilS A.
4 P. M. and 19 P. M.
m D CiaciaaaTy It39 M. and
IS P.M. ' ' ' -
ConaoTOK an Ltxnrofoll'-14i33 A. M. and
tact r. ai.
. CiKcjKdATi, Bicnaojra- an )aiaJ)aioajayi49
A. M..1P. M., 0l3P. M. "
Cast Mail. Arrtrea 3i90 A. M. aad 4t4 P. M-i
elosesatl A. M. and 8 P. M4 '. I
B alt i a orb, WAaanaroii akd Warn. a.Ar-
,'lea3iS0 A. M.;eloaasatS P.'M.
St. Iiodis ahd LoouTiixa. Aortas at 11 A. M,
and 10 P. M.j ctoaea at 1 A. M, and 4 P. M. . .
av nwn'.ar'unni w I A a. ja.
and 10 P. M.i clone. at 1 A.M. aad 4 P.Jt.r -
POSTOFFICE BULLETIN. VARIETIES.
One newspaper at Corinth. Miss., has
hoisted the Douglas flag.
Tour oxen in Verona, Wis., were killed by
liglitmng on Sunday.
The Quakers of New York have raised
1100,000 to build a fashionable church.
There were forty-two deaths in Charleston.
a. v., last ween. - , . r
, Why are the Japanese Embassadors avari-
uiuum Docauee luvv iwu-eurum,
' 'I n .1 i l
Once in a minute, twice in a moment, once
in a man s. life 1 The letter M,
If a young lady has a path in her side, can
suo reuere uy wearing a cueir
Ji ,r . , : . - . a
1 . "
Every folly of woman is born of the stupid-
ityofman. . j.
Michelet, the French author, asserts that
A rattle-snake was killed in Pownalll Va.,
last Wednesday, which measured six leel In
length, ana nod seventeen rattles.
Did the horseman who "scoured the plain'
use soap? Yes, for his horse was covered
An Irish paoer. describing a late duel, says
mat one or tne comoatants was snot turougn
the fleshy port ot the UiiKh bone.
An enthusiastic eirl says that the first time
she ever locked arms with a young man she
felt like "Hope leaning on tier aucnor.
Where. John, that's twice you've come
home and forgotten that lard." "La, mother,
It was so greasy that it supped my mind.'
Abraham Lincoln's youngest child, a bright
boy of six years of agej is lying at the point
of death with tbe scarlet fever.
Dr. Stephen B. Doty has recovered six cents
damages from the New fork Sun for defama
tion of character.
A fire at New Albany. Ind.. a day or two
ago, dCBtroyea toe oapusi iuurcu ana scr-
. . , . , T, . - A rtt 1. I
eral giaoies ana aweuings.
About one thousand five hundred persons
visited the Ortat Eattern, Tuesday, at $1 per
Seventy men. 'shiD-carnenters. bolt-driven
and caulkers, were discharged from the Nor
folk, (,va.) iavy-yara one oay last ween.
Ely M. Bores, an American, convicted in
Hong-Kong, China, of piracy, and sentenced
to imprisonment for lite, has been pardoned
after two years' confinement.
Eon. H. V. Johnson, of Georgia, candidate
for the Vice-Presidency, was hung in efligy
recently at Macon, ua., wnero ne naa spoxeu
a day or two Deiore
A gentleman aged seventy-one, having in
company nis miu wue, oeing tun miner ui
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twenty-one cmioreu, umuwu uiruuju u uta,
N. Y. a few days since for up North.
ArchhiahoD Hutrheais again In trouble with
tlie New York press, who are attacking him
for preaching a political sermon in defense of
tne fopa.!! .M Ii ,S;1.
The Fox Lake (Wisconsin) Oaiette says
the amount of wheat shipped from that sta-1
tion since September last, is over zou,uou
bushels, i i.i . -"' '..', f:
Th. flftlifnmia corresnondent of the New
York Herald writes from Carson Valley, that
"the Indians fired upon two' men with a
freight train, wounding one mortaiiy.
Timmoa Lemen fell into a well fifty feet
deep in Orange County, N. Y., on Friday
Wlinout urataiuuj a eiugio nu v. -" j
injuring himself in any way. !.,! ;. r f
Juan de Affuilar was recently robbed in
K.w YnrV of 1 1.700 in Spanish doubloons,
by. a dishonest servant, Henry Geraso, au
t Th Grand Jury bf Johnsorr County. Iowa,
have presented tbe Jail ot. tne county as unni
for the abode of even those doomed to con
finement for crime.
At the Alumni dinner of the University
. . ait. t A 4 it 4 AAA aara
pledged to maw tne aiuing ui.uiu.mu . t
The rhvmer who wrote tho line, "Hear
me is the lurt-tossea ocacu, prouauiy uau
: . . . , , . , i , v i i a i
his mind the recollection or bis bill at some
i i ,.1
sea-sius tiuujA. . -D ',' '! '' ' "
Henry,, Wei tx, steward of the smau-pox
ia St. Louia, has been discharged for
robbing the dead body of a little child of the
shroud IU mother bad provided. . - ' "
The Rome (Qa.) OavrW itatee that Mons.
Wells propoaed, en the Fourth of July,
iiimn rVnm tha ton of the cliff at Nahcullola
Falls to the water beneath, a distance
nearly one hundred net, , v i . i.f
Snooks observed to Jones that an officer
the army hod left his house without paying
" exclaimed Jones, mean
nis rent. -va.
Xhflther ha nlaved at cards, replied: "No,
your Majesty, the mot la, i can not teU a king
IWim aktatTa-..'..'.' Si..'.
' - Tbo'maa Hood onceT admoniahed a' gossip-
. V.u: ... . wu 1 , t... .i.!i,.n!d
' prove, after, all, to. be notliing Wer than
ii... . - -- - -
.-vd.ilii ii t I
Timothy Fisher, while intoxicated, (tag-
gered against John Lory in St. Louis, on
M and dnrino- an altercation, stabbed
him in th. heart. r.....:
Defalcation and Flight of a Glasgow Stock
Broker—His Singular Financial Operations
—He Robs Bankers, Jewelers and
From the Glasgow (Scotland) Bullttm of
Ute date ire clip the following: . , ,, . ' I
For the last three dayi Tarioun ramors have
been afloat in town regarding the
an accountant and member of the S
change, who baa. it ii alleged, been guilty of I
me crimes oi emnezziemeni, forgery, ana ob
taining money and jewelry tinder falne and
fraudulent preienaea. as we Deiiere tne mat
ter is already sufficiently notorious in com
mercial circles, there need no longer be any
delicacy on the part of the press in alludiag
to tne circnmsmnces. ine party to wnom
we refer is Mr. Gvorire C. Honteath. account
ant and share broker, who absconded toward
the end of lasi week, and la believed to hare
Sailed on Saturday, per the Suropa, from
birerpooi to America, us was twenty-si
years of age, and held a commission as ensign
In the lata (atoekbroker and accountants)
Company of Lanarkshire Rifle Volunteers,
for which cor pa he was also treasurer, ana in
which capacity be is said to hare embroiled
tne sum ot aiiout jlzuu Belonging to tne corps.
' A curious transaction is reported to bare
taken place in connection with his treasurer
ship. The corps was supplied with belts and
accoutrements by Messrs. Mcintosh A Sons,
StockweiUetreet. The account, amounting
to 118, remained unpaid aftvr it was due;
and when the collector called upon Mr.
Monteath, the answer was returned that he
had ne funds on hand belonging to the corps.
After a similar reply had been giren on
sereral occasions, the collector threatened to
fo to the captain and solicit payment from
im. "Well;1 answered the treasurer, "go
to the captain, and he'll send you back to
nie. However, if you wish the money. I'll
give you my acceptance for a month, and re
tire it at maturity." After some demur this
nno nawa aw. uii. an uvoif nuo K uiieviii
Kjsa.ti nrr tt n fnptnna tanl tr trin wrifHa "Rv aal-i' '
instead of "by biU." '
This receipt was handed, with other docu-.
meits to tne committee or tne corps, wno
may positively rerase to retire tne acceptance.
when it will require to be taken up by Mr.
m in loan, wno win consequently lose tne
entire price of his belts. This, howerer, is
not tne only rumor wmca is afloat regarding
the delinquent. . Not very long ago, he is
represented aa having called upon a respecta
ble procurator in town and pretended tnat a
Mrs. marsnau, wno was possessed oi consiu
erable property, had in her will appointed
him fantion on the estate, and asked the
him faction on the estate, and asked the
writer to make mm out a formal deed em
powering him to act as factor. The will was
shown to the lawyer at his request, and he
prepared the necessary document, which was
taken away by Mr. Monteath and returned
duly signed ana attested
Tne writer was Uien instructed to proceed
to London to see parties connected with the
property, and effect certain arrangements
wud tnem. to tne metropolis ne accoru.ngly
repaired, but returned, unaDieto find the par-
ties to wnom ne taad been sent, r urther in-
formation having been communicated to him
raArardinir their whereabouts, ha airain nro-
ceeded on a "wild goose cnase to Liondon,
but was equally unsuccessful in discovering
the individuals with whom he was to nego-
. . ....
tiate. He came back the second time to
Glasgow with- his purse considerably lighter
than before be left it. During his absence
Mr. Monteath called on the manager of one'
of the banks in town and told him the same
story about the property and the will, adding
mat ne required tne sum ot itauu, ready easu,
to enable him to make preliminary arrange-
nients before any thing was realized from the
estate,' - , - . ;
The. will and deed- were shown to the
banker, who agreed to advance the necessary
sum- upon receiving from the broker a
promissory note for the amount. This was
granted at once, and the money placed at
Mr. Monteath's credit. Only a few days
elapsed before the whole sum was drawn, and
an additional amount of 445. The banker
then sent for Mr. Monteath. and said, that in
consequence of the large amount drawn he
would requite to see an account of his intro
missions witn tne estate, a document was
promptly produced, purporting to be the ac
count required, and books and vouchers were
also exhibited. The banker exnressed him
self satisfied, but requested Mr. Monteath to
reduce the balance as Quick as possible, which
ne promised would oe done in the course oi
a tew days, it nas been discovered since nis
flieht, however, that the will aud tbe siem
turea at the deed were t'orgeriis, representing
persons who bad no existence, but were as
mythical as those whom the writer referred
to was sent to London in search of.
The defaulter Is reported to have called
upon a jeweler in isucnunan-street, ano re
quested to see a pair of diamond earrings,
wnicn ae intended to present to a laay. a
pair were shown, which he declared were
not fine enoneli. and accordingly a much
more expensive description were produced.
On pretense of giving the lady her choice, he
marlairad to irnt both ontd into his Dosaeaalon.
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i ana never returned or paiatoreitner. various
otner atones nave oeen circulated in town
regarding the proceedings of the fugitive.
We have heard of certain funds belonging to
A building society, and also to a religious
soeiety, which bare disappeared, and also to
an unlortunate woman, wnom ne naa in
keeping, and whom he has swindled.
I trifle, an embroidered D'Oyley, from the stall
of Lady Emily Peel, at a fancy fair. The
I defense was that, in tbe fashionable crush,
I the D'Oyley got entangled in the lady's dress.
DlBTINOCISHED " LADV " TuiBVKs IN LoK-
DONr A lady of position has just been com
mitted tor trial iu London tor. stealing some
Unquestionably, says a London letter, the
shoDliftintr mania in a wide-soreod malady.
West End shopkeers actually take it into
tneir calculation oi yearly- prone anu loss.
There are "ladies" who are chartered offend
ers in tliia raanact. Thev ara known and
i watched, and tbe bill for the missing articles
is respectfully sent in and regularly paid.
The shopkeepers patronized by them would
I not like to lose their custom. They treat it
as an aftiur 04 regular purchase ana credit.
Arbebtop an Extensive Defaulter.--
Frederick Hoffman, tbe absconding secretary
Qf the Pacific Mail Steamship Company, was
I - - - - ,,,
arrested on Friday, near Trenton Falls,
Oneida County. N. Y- by detective Hugh
Masurson, and waa conveyed to u uca, rrom
wnence no win pruuaoiy uo mk.ii hj i.ew
1 Ml 1 I. , L. . 1 . VT
norrman is arrestea on tne cuargeoi
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.i iorffinir two cmcki oi bi.dw tocu. xio
concerned in an over-issue of stock
the Pacific Mail Bteamshin Company to the
amount certainly or idu,uuu. ana pernaps
I , . a- v .. i ....:. .
much more. Otucere have been in pursuit
Hoffman since May il. Tne prisoner is now
in custody. He denies that he ie the man
sought, althoagh he hog been identified by
parties in mica.
gT.M. Fiobt in the South. R. 0. Brown
' I and Warren Andrews had 4 street encounter,
in Charleston, 8.. C Tuesday, in which the
former waa wounded in the knee and the
latter in the arm, A free colored boy, passing
av the time,' received 4 pistol ball through
the heart ana died instantly.
A Naaao Poiboneb to. be Htino. Frances,
the negress who poisoned the family of Hiram
Berry some timo since, near Frankfort, Ky,
onol whom died, however, hag bee found
l A , Jw iu0ALUAr OpiEioN-Tbe
I difference between the two sexes maybe
I stated thus; A man gives two shillings for
I aiohiaan-Danav thing be wants, and a woman
givee eighteen pence for 4 two-shilling tljiug
1 ana noes suf vaua n .ur.i. - i.,.., .- a
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Terrible Civil War in Syria—Sixty Villages
in Ashes—Wholesale Butchery of Men,
Women and Children.
Acwmnts of the troubles in Syria hare
already reached, us, but the Beirut corre-
spondent of the Boston Travtlltr gWe these
horrible particnlani of the ciril war there, in
bis letter of the Gthult.:
Syria is now the scene of one of the most
sanguinary conflicts erer enacted in thio land,
which has erer been the battle-field of the
old world, and Mount Lebanon is now one
vast funeral pile. , . ,
Druses and Christians, numbering hun
dreds of thousands, are now engaged in
wholesale murder, arson and pillage, in
which fiendish work, they are aided by
Turks, Moslem, Arabs and tne people known
as the Metawaliea.
From my window. last week, I counted
from twenty to thirty burning Tillages upon
me mountain, a row miiea iroin oeirut, irom
whence the Hash of musketry may easily be
seen, and the volleys heard one alter another
in rapid succession, as they echo through the
valleys. The dying and the dead are brought
doily into the town iu large numbers, and
the widows ana tne orpnans may oe seen in
great crowds, weeping and wailing about the
The barbarity of this war is truly shock
ing. Men, women and children arc over
taken while fleeing for refuge and without
arms, and ruthlessly slaughtered while pray
ing for quarter. i
The (Jhriatians have thus far suffered mo.t
terriblv. Their villairea hare ben burnt.
their crops destroyed, and great numbers
hBTe been brutally murdered, while the
Druses, who are better warriors and far more
courageous, are assisted by the Turks, Min
lem and Metawalies, and up to this time
have proved successful.
The bloody war which is weired on both
sides as a war of extermination, has its oriuiu
in religious ano political causes, i ue unngi
tisns and . Druses hate each other with a
deadly hatred, on account of the difference
in tneir religious taitu and tne (Jnristians
hate the Druses with a special hatred, because
the Druses are in a great many of the mount
ain unristiun districts, leudai cniets and
rulers over the Christian or Maronitc and
Greek Catholic villages. The more immedi
ate causes of. the war may be traced to the
bloody tends existing between Uruse and
Christian tribes. Last summer, at Bait
Marri, a quarrel arose, which threatened to
precipitate war, in which the Maromte
Christians were yictonous, having repulsed
the Druses, killing forty or more, while their
own loss was less than one-third of that
Although peace was then declared, the
Druses have since assassinated every Christian
who came in tneir way, with an evident de
termination to make the number of the
Maromte loss equal to that of the Druses.
This aroused the Christians, and so exasper
ated them that they mode an attack upon
several Druse villages.
At first they were successful, but relying
upon their numbers, they neglected to ap
point leaders, or to form any plan for the
camuaiirn: conseauentlv. the Druses rallied
under tneir warnor chieis, ana burnt every
Maronite or Greek Christian village within
i. i' i . : t . . .. . I. r.t.-
their reach. The provincial authorities pro
nounced the invadmgparty the Christians
to be rebels, aud the Governor-General pro
ceeded with all available force to the mount
ains, and brought his cannon to bear upon
the Christians, checking them at every turn,
while the Druses, aided by the soldiery, car
ried on their work of pillage and murder in
a manner shameful even to a North American
Indian. - .
Denounced as traitors and rebels, their
homes having been burnt, their crops de
stroyed, and in some cases their families
butchered, the Christians are rallying for the
forlorn hope; for they feel that the Druses,
thug aided, will endeavor to exterminate
them. This, however, will not be an easy
matter, as tne Maronite Greeks and Greek
Catholics number about two hundred and
fifty thousand, and if, an they hope and daily
expect, the European powers will como to
their aid, tney may not ouiy ne saved, out
greatly improve tneir condition, by being
placed under the rule ot a buropean prince
who may be placed over the Government of
Rkcipi for Blackbueet Wink. As this is
the blackberry season we publish this recipe
for the man ufitc ture of the wine:
There is no wine equal to the blackberry
wine, when properly mode, either in flavor or
for medical purposes, and all persons who can
conveniently do so should manufacture
enough for their own use every year, as it is
luraiuauie iu aicauena naa tuuic, auu uuiuuig
is a better remedy for bowel diseases. We
therefore give the receipt for making it, and
having tried it ourselves, we speak advisedly
on the subject . Measure your berries and
bruise them; to every gallon adding on a
quart ot boning water. iet tne mixture
stand twenty-four hours, stirring occasionally;
then strain off tbe liquid into a cask; to every
gallon adding two pounds of sugar, cork
tight and let it stand till following October,
and von will have wine ready for use, with
out further straining or boiling, that will
make lips smactt. that never smacnea under
similar influences before. It may be im
proved, and perhaps will keep better, by add
ing aaiuau (iuttui.il.jr ui puic A I cuuu uiauuj
I On Saturday a man named Redfield went to
I the house of Rev. A. D. Field, at Ogle, ILL,
I and said : "Mr. F.I uu burdened tor yo'.r
I gouL" and finally wished Mr. F. to allow him
EXTEAOEDINARY SclSg IN A CnORCU A
Clkrsyman Knockkd Down in th Pulpit.
to preach on Sunday. This was declined
tne mau uaviifg uu autuuiiijr, uur tou pui
confidence among the people tor such a place.
On Sunday this man went to the church
early. Mr. Field preached at the usual time.
Having cioseu uia aurtuuu ua cuaiuiuuccu tu
read a hymn. Redfield took a stand before
the pulpit aud said: "If you wont to see sal
vation now, look to the center of the house."
He made some strange remarks. 1 ne eou-
trreiration commenced to sing. R. stepped
auietlv toward the preacher, and with one
blow, wnicn is said to nave souuueu uae a
pistol, laid the minister flat on the floor,
causing an lmraenae excitement. The man
U.J . o n.ik u u ilnninirart
Redlield is undoubtedly deranged.
A Yankee's Prayer Before Battle. A
Yankee, from Maine, being at Buena Vista
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i iu. uiguv wnum mo n u.
I .1 U 1 Un want aiiI ni hn.nni.
doubtful of the result, went out of hearing,
he supposed, ana maae tne lonowuig
"Oh, Lord, here we are, about four thou
sand of ua, and twenty thousand Mexicans-
enough to swallow us without greastug.
now, if you can ncip us, ao ii anu u you
can't for Heaven's sake don't help the Mexi
cans and just bold on until to-morrow, aud
you will see the gaul-domdest fight you ever
saw in your me. I ours, respectiu uyr amen.
Russian EtioI'ETTE Conoernino a Retired
paaA-tiiosa. It is stated in the English
baoers that a difficulty hag been raised at st.
Petersburg about the reception of Lady
Crampton, wife of the British Embassador at
that Court ' The objection ta that before her
marriage she was simply Miss Victoria Balfe,
an opera-siuger. The Russians are aghast at
the idea of a ginger havli
whole foreign tone dit
the Idea ot a singer naving precedence or tne
Culture op the Gbapi iw Australia.-
The Australians are entering largely into the
eultivationof the graue-viue.v More than
million uf these trees have been lately planted
iu Victoria, aud last year 8,000 gallons o
wine were made there, aud 32,000 owt. of
11 ,1 ir
J uii nod
Peculiarity of Life in a Great City—The
Evils of Existence There.
There are. In all large cities, difficulties to
grappled with in this regard, arising from
the fact that their growth and population are
tne result oi cauwa not bhuiciuhmhi, or, at
least, not to their full extent. Gradually the
village swells into a large town, and the town
Into a city; there is neither a prophetio vision
nor the despotic power which can both an
ticipate the wants of the coming population
and provide for them. Every thing is left to
the operation of the selfish instincts of capi
talists and landlords on the one hand, and
laborers and rent-payers on the other. One
wants to let as aear, ana tne otner to Hire as
cheap as possible. The end is. that in averv
freat city in Christendom the poor are hurl
led together in habitations more or less un
favorable to health; in which the requisitions
alike of decency and good health are violated;
muero too nir is tuu.eiieu iumj Liuieun VJ
reason of bad drainage, defective ventilation,
and over-crowded rooms; and which are
renlly perennial sources of disease and death.
w nea the evil has assumed a formidable
character, aud the health of the whole com
munity becomes endangered hy the sickli
ness or a part, Government interferes, or the
benevolence of individuals interposes; rem
edies begin to be applied, and tardy and un
perfect curative processes arc put iu requisi
tion, to correct mischiefs which might have
been anticipated and prevented if men were
prophets. It is easy to see that, bad we
known the end from the beginning, all our
great cities might have been better laid out;
that Is, the same amount of population might
be accommodated under conditions more fa
vorable to health and longevity.
One great cause of the mortality in the city
of New York is to be found in the defective
dwellings in which the poor for the most art
reside. The report before us speaks iu strong
terms upon this point. Such tenements . re
general ly contracted, dork, ill-ventilated dons,
fn narrow alleys, filthy courts, and damp cel
lars, amid the deleterious exhalations of cess
pools, and putrid fermentations of refuse
matter, in which it is impossible to preserve
life, health or common decency. The defects
of these habitations are also greatly aggra
vated by over-crowding.
Tbe density of tbe population in the city
of New York compares unfavorably with
most otuer large cities. According to the
census of 18S5, the population of the city
numbered 629,630, and the dwellings 42,648,
or an average of 14.7 poisons to a dwelling.
in AiDany, tne same year, it was u.tr, in Bos
ton, including Chelsea, iu 1850, it wag 0.3;
in Philadelphia, 6.5; In Baltimore. 7; and in
tbe whole ot tbe United states, fourteen out
of the fifteen of all the dwellings were each
occupied, on the average by a single family,
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Djttcuiuug uur inquiries uuruaUg wo aino liuu
that New York suffers in this respect bv
comparison witu loreiiru cities, iu Aiunuon
in 1851, it was 7.. in Liverpool, 6.9: in Man
chester, 5.7; in Edinburg, 6; and in oil En
gland, 0.4. it in us appears that tne average
number ot persons to each dwelling iu new
pool. Edinburg, Philadelphia aud Baltimore.
and nearly treble that of Manchester and
some other important cities.
Important Discovery Gas Mads from
Stones. The Chicago (III.) Dtmacral chron
icles an important discovery which has re
cently been made in that vicinity. It says a
large quantity of "prairie stone," near the
western suburbs of that city, has been found
to yield immense quantities of gas and salt
peter. The particulars of the discovery,
which was brought about whils searching for
indications of oil, btc as follows:
A small bit of this stone, a Diece nerhaus
four inches square, was taken by Mr. Wm.
Cumberland, a well-known chemist of this
city, a day or two since, for the purpose of
enaeavaring to extract on iruin it. xue ex
periment so far as the end in view wag con
cerned, wag a failure but in the progress of
it other discovecies were made oi startling
importance and great interest. The stone
has been broken up and placed in a retort.
wnicu was tnen subjected to the action oi tne
heat. A vapor wag seen to issue from the
neck of the retort, and on a match being ap
plied it limited ana ournt ornuanuy lor
half an hour. It gave a light fully equal to
the same volume of coal-gas, and emitted no
odor of any kind. The burnt stone wag then
analyzed; and found to contain fifty per cent.
of aaltnater. which beine- removed, the res.
idue was excellent lime I
Thb Proper Place and Manner to Study
Theolost. Let a man learn his theology in
the study, says Henry Ward Beecher, let him
shape his views of truth according to tbe
schools, and he will be apt to substitute mere
philosophical ideas or conceptions for the
truth. But let a man learn bis theology from
men, and let his business be not so much to
authenticate certain systematic views ag to
look at men individually and in classes; let
him like a physician examine their nature.
and see what they are, how they cau be made
better; let him see where they are too strong,
and where they are too weak, and how their
strengtu cau tie rigntiy uustriuutcu; let uiiu
make sermons from men, and preach them to
men again,' with his eye upon the living,
palpitating numan neart, leeiing nrst woat
they want end then attempting to supply
their deficiency let a man do Lis. and in
the proportion in which he does it, he will
have to recognize tne difference between one
man and another. True preaching can not
be a thing of absolute unities: like medicine,
it is a thing to be divided and subdivided,
according to the symptoms, the wauta, the
constitutional peculiarities, the temperament,
tne education oi loose to wnom it is auuiiu
Uttered. Cause and Treatment or Cboup. The
Dublin Hotpital Gazette states that Dr. Jodin,
in a ' communication to tbe Academy of
Sciences, on the nature of croup and on the
treatment of tbe same, says that his re
searches have led him to the following con
clusions: First, that croup and pseudo-mem
branous angina are merely parasitical dis
eases, due to the formation of fungi; second,
that the treatment of these affections requires
neither general medication nor incendiary
cauterisations, and that they may be cured
lv Bimnle rjarasiticiaal annllcatlons. After
enumerating the various therapeutical means
resorted to in this and analogous diseases,
Mr. Jodin declares that be much preierg to
these uncertain, alarming, or dangerous rem-
edies, the sesquichloride of Iron, which com'
pletely impregnates the yingus, exercises its
action ou the surface only, and may be ab
sorbed without danger. This medicine de
stroys the parasitic growth, and also modifies
favorably the hemorrhagic condition con
dition constantly observable in the affected
parts and their neighborhood; It runner In
duces expectoration, and thus promotes the'
rojootion Ul IU. iniec uiouiuraiice. .
The Falls or St. AnthoNT Disappeabinq
Bteadily It is stated that the Falls of St
Autbony, on the Upper Mississippi, are
rapidly undergoing a change; that at the
middle of the river they receded nearly or
quite two hundred and fifty feet during the
spring of 1859, and, this spring, it is stated
they nave gone back nearly one hundred
and fifty feet further. The at. Anthony z
snau thinks that in a few years they will be
destroyed entirely, leaving nothing out
long reach of rolling, tumbling rapids behind,
' Fbeb Art Gallbbt ExolanD. Mr. Fair
bairn's gigantlo plan of a Free Art Gallery
and Museum for Manchester is in a fair way
to be realised. Fifteen gentlemeu have sub
scribed 1,000 each, twenty others 500 each,
and fifty more 26 to 260 each." Truly there
are "nwrcbant ennoee la Manchester,
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,a.'ilhA. I'i'jjJ l l'
Birth and Death of a Hippopotamus in
Paris—His Brief Existence of Fifteen
' Another hibnopotamas waa born' In tha
Jardin dti 1'lantei, In Paris, on the 18th of
May. He was received at noon on tbe brink
of the basin of the rotunda, in the arms of
his keeper, and immediately taken away.
The maternal hippopotamus had no time to
see her offspring, aodjet she indulged in a
long fit of anger. V ithout the aid of an
enormoul whip with which the keeper was
furnished, be could hardly, have secured his
retreat; but by Its aid he succeeded in get
ting out 01 me basin- ana snatung tne grate
behind bita. , ,.. . . ; . .
MM. Isidore GeoUrov-Samt-Hilaire and
Florcst Prevost were immediately called in,
and they found that tbe new comer waa a
very wcll-rormed male, tie waa placed la a
basin exposed to the sun, and he immediately
took to swimming and splashing about as
though he had taken lessons from hit father
and mother. . , . . ,
He wag fed on warm cow s milk, which be
drank with avidity) in four days he con
sumed nearly three gallons of it He slept a
good part of each day on a bed of straw cov
ered with a flannel blanket; the rest, of the
time ue amused himself in a basin of warm
water. , .
His keeper, who did not leave him for a
moment could not make the least movement
but bis nursling would open nis eyes enough
to assure himself that his adopted father was
not going to leave luin. , At Bight ne slept
with nis head on his keeper's breast and slept
wen until aay-oreax., 1 ..
When be wanted to drink he roared like a
calf, which indeed he somewhat resembled in
torm. tie measured about lour lectin lengtn
and weighed one hundred and thirty pounds
at birth. HU skin, soft, moist, and mellow
to the touch, had nothing of that rose-tint
which characterized the two other hippopo
tamuses born in the menagerie in ISM and
law. It was blockish in. soma places, and in
others 01 a grayish white. 1 here wag also a
very queer oranre-tint about his, Una.
Un the id instant it was noticed tnat his
mouth was bloody, and on examination it
was found that several teeth were coming
through. While they were wondering at
this precocity, the poor animal was taken
with convulsions and died a few minutes.
The Mortality of Various Trades and Professions.
. feaafoaa. . . -i
The Edinburg Jtariew, of a recent date,
contains an article on the mortality in trades
and professions. The Sheffield grinders oc
cupy a conspicuous place among the artisans
whose health is destroyed by the employ
ments that yield them tne means of subsist
ence; the most deadly occupations pursued in
ShelHeld are fork-grinding and stone-racing.
The mortality is very large among those who
labor in the coal mines, and larger still in the
metaliferoRd mines. Consumption makes
fearful ravages among the tin, copper and
lead mines of Cornwall and Derbyshire. The
smooth substance' at the end of the lncifer
match is the cause of intense suffering and
slow death. This composition is composed
of phosphorus combined with oxymuriate of
potash ana glue, made into a paste, and kept
liquid by being placed over a heated metal
plate. The subtle vapor given oft is charged
with a poison that destroys the bones of the
jaw by a succession of cancerous sores, re
duces tne operator to a skeleton, unhinges
his nervous system, and produces ghastly
paleneBS. ' Bross-melterg suffer from attacks
of intermittent fever; paralysis smites the
.1. l. , . 1' V. .. -.. . ' 1 til
piuiuueiaj uieia ui. ui naa auu, uuppet-euamiB
are subject to a most peculiar attection, their
hair turning a livid, green. The mortality
by consumption is greatly increased by
tauors, Dokers ana milliners, also oy com
positors. ,t ...SE, , .4, , :
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Death, or an Immense African Glutton.
On Wednesday morning, a colored man
named Tbos. ? uouias, well-known in Balti
more as Eating Tom, died in that city. He
had partaken the previous evening of a large
auautitv of cucumbers, and. on rising on
Weduesday morning, drank immoderately of
ice-wuicr. in consequence ae was seizeu
with violent pains from colic, and expired in
two hours. He wag in the eiirhtv-eighth year
of his age,Jiaving been born in 1772, .four
years before the Declaration ot independence.
In bis early life he was engaged as a steve
dore, continuing .that occupation until his
odvancea age compelled mm to quit it tie
hag been known to eat a moderate sized ham,
with vegetables, Ac, jn proportion, at one
9eaL Slx larB8 loa'es of bra1' w,th Bore
than a nuart ot conee or tea, would scarcely
suffice for his breakfast or supper. A good
Sized goose or turkey would disappear from
sight in a short space of time. His daughter
would prepare a plum pudding at stated
periods and cook it in a bushel bag. This
would serve him and two others as a dessert,
A number of instances wherein his voracious
appetite has been tested have occurred.
A Gun Disoharqed abd a Sailor Killid
bt A Woman's, Cbinoliee.' One of the most
terrible acuidente that has ever happened.
through the agency of crinoline, occurred
lately ia one of the English ports on board
tne Koyai jiiotrt. a vessel oi tne ontisn
Navy. One afternoon, 'while the decks were
thronged with visitors, the dress of a lady, in
passing one of the signal guns, caught the
percussion hammer and brought it over upon
the fuse. . The gun,' Which was loaded with
blank cartridge, went off. and one of the
crew, who .unfortunately was either standing
in front of . the gun or had been working
about it hud his arm blown off close to the
shoulder.'': Tbe sod event caused much con
sternation as well as regret among the vis-
itura, auu tun lauy wuu uau uuwituiigiy uecu
its cause uuniea. "I- -'
This is not the first instance, by any meansi
in which a woman's erinoline has caused
death, though in the present cam tbe effect
more violent than usual.
Honors Ottered to a Supposed Prub-
Fiohter. A resident of .Philadelphia, who
bears a close resemblance to Jehu C. Heenan,
arrived in that city after a brief absence, Ag
be wended bis way up vucsaut-street, carpet
bag in band, he soou found that he wag'
object of interest, but could not divine the
HMti Until tha lrV nf aThnM1. TTnnanl"
fell upon his ear, Ey .the time he got
Third-street the crowd about liim, composed
chiefly of newsboys, bad increased to such
degree that he could scarcely get along; ana
he wag finally compelled to take rWugwiu
passenger railroad car to escape .h annoy
ance of beiug pointed out as a prixe-fighter.
AS tne cor inoveu ou, eue oi tne . ooyg pro
posed three cheers tor John C.IleeitaA.wnisb
were rjuoiy giveu. , , , B!i . .rr-v i a--.
Civil. War in Arkansas. A Memphis
(Tenu.) paper says in a laie issuei "The Cher
okees, we learn, are in inau It ie said Evan
jonea, tue Abolitionist, ana nis ton, .
enlisted 2,600 full-bloods tor. a raid. The
Government bag let matters go on from bad
to worse until, as we predicted, vivil war
now inevitable. -We hear that a requisition
will be made upon the btate of Arkansas
aid in quelling the insurrection.", uu. i
Texas as a Sheep-Raisin State.' Seven
hundred sheep -passed through Jonesville,
Michigan, recently. on theii way to Texas,
and another flock of one thousand five hun
dred is bei imp 'raised in -the same locality:
Texaa is bound to be the great sheep State
.1. iti , r. . . .
tuv viuior..- -.
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A Calf with Claws A farmer ld New-
port, Herkimer County,-feently killed a
from which he took a ealf rhioh Was jjeVfect
in every reepeot eaeept that instead, pf hoots,
ita legs teruiinated in 0l gimilar to tboee
of at it .!..'. '.;.',-". V'..
,11 ' ''
4d.aitla.ai.als aot azeeedluf Iva Uaea (agatav
syinTfc-! U 1 at
targar adrwlla.ai.ata laaaraad at tha foUowtngraU.
r lor ainare of tea Una. or leawi
JOB PKINTINO 1
Ia all ria braaehai done wita aaatnea. aad dinaatth.
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myS-cm Ho. fig Went Fourth, upatalra.
$30. $30. ,$30. $30. $30.
Thlrty.lollar Doable Lock-Btltrb
Family Sewing Machines
BM1DUD 8T BBOKNT LXTTKliH PATENT
THIfl MACHINE HAH BEEN PRO
NOUNCED by all com pet fiit judges, who have
seen it, to be tbe best and most desirable Family
Bewhtg Machine ever introduced, ar,AKDLK&t or
raicE. It will sew all kinds of fuuilly gKxi, froiq
the very thickest to the very finest fubrire made, and
ten an a mas oi inreao, .mm no. e to '.
A o Oil is uted on top otAe MaeMms.
Bund for a circular, or call and seo It In oivrfttjoti.
Upon early application, btate and (Josuty rig kits out
be secured. "
An energetic person can make a fortune In a short
time. Ajfoats wanted 1b all unsold Territory.
ii. U. BLUTMAN,
Bols and esclnslTe agent for the united 8tatee.
aepli-tf M West Fourth -eireet. Cincinnati.
JTBT RECEIVED PER MTEAMER
73,1)00 foet Tennessee tted utdsr, and for sale
00 Q Cedar Fence Posts,
....P Vn,.A Onaitai -
OOli jrMt Fan cine- Boards I
Orders for Cedar Boards. Joists. Pasta. PIooHiiat.
fee, filled at short notice.
loxMKiu n. soas q ii ana ii in. 1st oom. rtne mmbsr .
ino.oiio ft. svaa'd l, l, l and S lu. ckar do. do. ;
ft io ,0.10 tX second and third common do. do. ;
600, OW ft. Pine, Poplar, OaK and lieinlock Joists anl
All well seasoned, and will be sold low for cash, or
on short time, to make room for new stock, br
Thos. W. Farrin & Co.,
Wholesale end Retail Lumber Dealers
HsT Yard 'on Fnmanatreet. oDDOsite
and next to C, U. and 1). A. U. Pcpot.
M. H.Caolu ,. A M. CHit.
M. H. COOK Sl CO.,
GREAT WESTERN PLANING MIU,
ttrrWIEH FIFTH AND DlXTH-oTKEHA, Cth
In roKHnqrBNrs ov havino en.
TIKELY abandoned building In tha eitr,arl
turned our attention to preparing building material.
of every doecriptlon, we can Mfuly .ay that onr a .
Cri.nce in tbe bu.inea. and our lacilirlea enayla u.
offer Inducemente to bnilder. in Uie city and at a
distance unsurpAeeed, If equaled, by any other elnu
lar eaubliahmeut in the Went.
Wa alao manufacture Tunaera ofatl deecriptlona
and keep on hand an aMortmeut of Habogauy, Eoae
wood. Walnut aud Oak Ven..r.. Alao, Pine Backltt
for Picture, and Looklng-gla.ee..
P. 8. We have ju.t received forty thonaand feat
Bed Cedar, of fine Quality, wniob w. can eell at
lea. priee than It has ever been sold for in till, mar
ket. , ma8-t '
j ADAMS, PECKOVER A CO.
I Hare removed tbe Sale, room of the
ALLIGATOR COAL COOKIXG STOVE
i From Wo. 333 Fourth, to tjislr uew .tare,
$. W. CORNBB Of FIFTH AgPi ELIM. .
i K. B. Order, bow re aired at our nw ,
Corner of Front and Gentral-ar., or at our ; .
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t1 1. a af3- 1 nflln-na.'
'jat. mtL aiwaaacawir.
i - "' ..''- -
alAI-BCKMINU, HMOKK-VUmOMIMa ' 1
COAL COOKING STOVE
'? IQVIL SIZES." " vy
I BWlTarranteA o mtUfaotlonffla
; MAMOFAOTUBED. ASO'FOff BALI BT
CAMPBELL, ELLISON A CO.;
! .mi.M04. 19 4 21 EeetSewiriel-et., :
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