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BC JI.i'Hy. Wft,,irta and bihoiipoih inm-n no rm
' 1 i rilM,;tiHol.,.ln(k frtl-prW
f .1 " . ol i rW riano until yo4 bare called an.
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Villi' MUI1U DIUIHLH
L'M.nn rrrwinTU bin; u.i.
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I1PEN TOWsil'DBS StfklNGllEALTH OR PLEHiURE,
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mi.. M ami RailriMaJ All a (JlDPlauutL.
Uhv H(mruiM:,-i ihiy . .ii
tf, per Llttl niftin
f ClUCHUifttt, lirmHton Da inymn nruirvU
Ballrort1 na 10 A. .51. and lir.n auu
i . - ntit a AM ID
.am waw n VttVlll. HTKf'l'
a i AvrT, iTaT.VTK. fuiuiell?
el London and BaUimura tflt!r,w nm n dm
..ui !tldl)iMwii. bnl mursmconrlyw Mexico, L.
..,.1. rfi. .n, In M '
roTBCooriyoi mexico, wjieie
S . aSlTVt'TMy ALLD8 . ot tb.
n ?i"s?T. .-rc?,'.Ki:7,in.j r nd
most eminent phrmclanaio aiMico auo oiiu, ...j.,
Ulionered n remedy In one of the Mexican planti,
7 . , .. . uHi .mint fpnm the aveteui.
ii the'oflmliry or Seoondary foi.m, Byphllli. io the
Rw do"arrnd -till not cured. Tr. Cal'io al heali
"' Klmls or cnltinic aieoaaee jyi.u "v. .jTL
'i lelne only to rr t"r, aa all dlaea-ee aw treated
. "-'it oharee, except by eeeclal contraot. Pereona at
i. , . j i ..... - .... ,.u r.H hi uiiiliiiB eorreot atate
Smtaae etauiw. , Vail on luldreesPr. CALVIN,
1103 Vino-street, between Fifth and Bixta-itreets
" " tin
. Be too late.
Mow la the Urn to-morrow may
The Doctor han located permanently In the city,
and oan at an timee ne luuua at aie wuiw . ,.
. BIKE K I.IXftt never feili . eui all klndaof
'. eaiei of tliei.Utolui, the Kidneya. OvarlM, Bladder
" end Dretbia. Fi'ilapnoa (Calllos) Vurle, Intamraa
' tlm and UlcewlU-a ot tu Worab. no matter or
"; jon( staudiug. perwwneutly oiued hy Uie uaeof
, Sd'auie refer with aieaoiue to the follow lug
OT one 01 tMe beat urua guie vi iaw r i
"TV, la PuhUc and (A hattt in'PatHtMlmrt
." .no?- ih. .j.i..bl nnt It. l.h hel.ft ef
i ln oar name to Patent Modiclnoe; but keowlni
" UiS Lady Phyelclan. and the uuidieliie, olldi.the
ady Phyelclan, and the uoedieliie, oallnd
le Fltxlr, wo cheerfully rocommeud it to all
aitnrlns front female Dlsa of any, kiod;
.y veietable, ana in no caee can oo uuurri
h try. and oar BKJ&T.
: flnrtror Fifth and TtaoB-etraeta.'!
ii. BFor aale at the Plnolpal office. 144
llxih-atMhetwoen Uaceand Kltn; fclWABD 8CA.N.
. u W... mm..... nf Main Xiirf rniirth.atrf 1 X
1ILL. enrner ol Hacs and Ilfth-eta.4 aud drug-
.. .. Mailaine liLUIB baa returned from the South,
: iiun hi fciuoat S.f ofllce. 141. Wt BUth-eV.
' timee. el
' M Off LIKE, or The True ineory .aiiif
tlonat Pleasure, or Preontlng It, ucanrdius to '
titablUhed Laws of Nature." Thaw ;wautln
dren, and tkuie uot wlabina them, will flud thialKKik
.. ... Ihulr U.1. mvx.IIv. Ka medicine BO
Perfeotly healthy In ell reepecte. Bent to any
of the United Statea on receipt of (I.
Dr. CALVIN U alao Agent for Madame De
V.n..i.Arn..ilu PI1U. ThM. PIIU am Invaluable
obatructed uietisea. tiadlee should not use
. (lnrlni preaaancy. as they will cause miscarriages.
i narbex. Bent to any part of the enantry, by
SuMillpt of M. Address Dr. 0ALV1N, Box
l iioclnuati, uiim. or can ai. tirn
street, beiweeu ruth an tuxiu.
,ca Ho. UIIII
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' MHUF ACTURER WHOLESUI OEAIER
: oriSE ANlX PLAIN CANDIES,
. HS'fJ, 40 WAW41TKKET, CINCINNATI,
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' A. C. 1'AHHY.
Tin-plate and Sheet-Iron Worker
tax '; -o3WIss3'Ja7,.
. A NT FOR ejTEWARTId AIK-TIGHT
J. Bummer and WilKnr Uooklng-etoTe. Alaoaeent
1 riMrter's jrtitenug uyureut. w" 1.
In operatDOU. . ,. . .
JoVbiug doaa with aromptaeef aa dispatch.
SOMETHING NSW UNDER THE
SB WtT-IN VENTED '
jLi othef oli"oJrdTai throe or tourklna
that bo other luachlu can do, i ' 11
At the Low Prlo) of Thirty Dollar.
ran be had at i ' Ida WALNUT-BT.,
. four door, below rourtn-et.
i II. CAM PBKL.I, & CO-
VareJooiBaTMo. East Beoond-etraot,
m'-AII liliid.'TA wieiU Vw
I t. II
thrutw.B Jlaln end Walaw,
rVifte aiidu.at bu.me.1. already Mtabil
Jill SiSZmet W "'d and nilv.i Platlue tat
TO OK fNT.
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CiyOINNATL FRI I A Y MORNING. JULY13. 18gQ.,
PRICE ONE OEITV
Irftrb MilMrr mlmitti tutertoin'Citr t1m,1
i8 . M , 10 A. M. ttid 1 1 P. M. Culuuitni A,
coBBMNhillOBi A Ps W-' Knw 'A6in)iiiodtloo, 6
Aular Ihu Clij tlm,l 6 A. 11.. i30 A. U 2i.10
and 6 P. W. Bauillton AcouuuuaiUUon, 8 A
Oaia add MiMMlum 111 tntamw Howr thsr
Clly tlm, A. M. and 033 P. M, . IiouliyllU
AccommodftMon, u f. " '; ,. !
ulnnua rtow ar tbMCltytiuM, Si40 A. M., lli50
A.M. aad. P. K. '"1'1 ' "'' I
aUair ra tut wnoiKKnti-fT tnfnutea taalar tliat
CltT ttaa.lOiia A. M. andSrtOt. M. ; '
UoTiKxtuil wa Larroil-Cnr time, 04.a.A.
MM W ..'"' -l -
Ciaoinaiti, BicHaoito n IrtuWMmHI A.
M.,i3UP. M., ttf.W.. ,.. , i, ii ,
Limi Muict-3B0 A. M., S A.'M,, iliOl A. M
4i.Pilf.-' " ' ! ' i V I :"
Caio mtdMimIhiw-TiSO A,' IT , l:ii29 P. M
. I n. B U ' '
Cimoimiiati, Hm.T0 K0 DAI0H-7l3 A
10t40 A. Ji 1, P. M.. Si30 F. M., Ti39 P. M.
0ilAP.ll. .. . -. '
P.M.audUiP. M. i -..! ' I
HtaiktTA AND OlHVUMATI lOiatl l
Ail.-I P. M. ., , .... .... i ' .' "
Covihiitom ah taxinaioHWta 3 A. M
a, u., i p,.M.tc.aoP. M.",.-.;?;,t
Kui Miil,.-ArrHf3i5tl A.M. and4i'10 F. Jt.i
oloaoaatlA.M.undSP. M. " :
. BitTimoit,- WABiKoroi War.surip.rAr
rim at 3i90 A. H.l cI'mm at 8 H. 31.
Br. Luuia amd Louibviiae. Arrrf a 1
aad 10 V. U.i clone at f A. II. and 4 F.
Cuicioo and KoaTH-wanT.-rArrlvaa at tl A. II.
ard 1 P.'M.i ckiMa at 1 A. M. ami 4 P. H.
'' Vanity Tait thinks the lflbcl Pub,
should be altered to Dry D,qc. ; -v ... ,
twmm nf (larlbaldl Drovtdo dowries! for.
the dauguters ol tnose wno w
maintenance for orphans..!. ., . .. . . ; ,,i
TIia nnttnn in the South never looked inore
promising, and the growing and blooming
season was never better. . . ,
;Whv la the JaDftuese Embassy destined to
.nm,liiih itn oiiiect ? Because it is feted to
I ' !.. i
oo o.,. ,
' Thomas Leopold, once a man ' of fovlmfc
to California five years ago and lost
f aou,ouu in unproniauio bjcuuiuuuu. ,
... .T.n Meredith beat bis child, a girl six
years old, to death, near uyster, aio.
days ago, in a nt oi rage.
i a few
;i-"Round, lir ?" said the sailor In reference
to the shape of the world: "I've :.beon all
Gershom Twlohell.a most niggardly miser,
died wretchedly, in Mllford, Muss, without
friend in the world.
A. little child about two years years old
was frightened to death in' Philadelphia,
few days since, Dy a enotney. j, j -L 5 f . , ,
" The Bank of Montreal haa establtshed
rule that each of Its officer are to take four
teen days', leave in the year. -,- : , ...-,;
There are now 861 inmates of Auburn (N,
Y.) State Prison, Three incarcerated for one,
year, to be executed at the end thereof. ' I
The total number of deaths In New Tork
City last week was 124; of which thirty-nine
were auuita, nuu eiguLj-uTe vu.iw.ou. ,
Tr. Henrietta B. KemDer banned herself
In St. Louis, a day or two Biuce, fiom wearl-.
ness of connubial we.
Patrick Dlmond, a physician In New York,
poisoned mmseu me otoei uuy on nwuuui
Ul-heaitb. , . S 1 !
Scarlet Oaultney; of Bowling Greeu.'Ky.,
was fatally stabbed, a few days since, iu
quarrel, by a man named Latham.
An nliWlv woman! named Lamb, upset
camphene lamp oh ber clothes in Baltimore,
.1 . .l : . A .n kn.nA rt .nlh
me OVUVt WeUlLlg, tlUU VTUO UU...1C.4
Tl,or la a town in Middlesex. Massacbu
setts, where it has been ascertained beyond
doubt, that every legal voter in tho town is
Lincoln man. ,
T1. Tfnn n. TI Sickles is now at his resi
dence on the Bloomingdale Road, in New
York City, kept at home py tne u.-neaim
big wife.': HV ;'!;. j.- , , i .; ' i J
'The aiinAniuknra of Natiuk. Mass.. are cmi-
grating to tne once-iameu jiruuaiuuu. ivt,ul,i
in Muiue, where they purchase for themselves
farms and small nomesieaus. tl
The Quebec Chronicle says that Chief Justy
Ice Sir John' Beverly Robinson desiros
retire at once from the Benoh, to write
history of the "Upper Province."
Tha rauiar mill of William and John
ertson, and the grist and flouring mill
Hollis Taylor, at Hinsdale,' N. H., were
stroyed by fire on Sunday morning.
A dav or two ngo, Calvin Miller, of
ctrub, . x., was siunir. iu iuv
severely by a loeust, una whh iur auwo
considered in a critical condition. - ' '-
Jneenh McQrave Dofsonod himself td death
In New York, the other day, with arsenic,
which he drauK in a giaes 01 ucor. njuuso
' In the house of a poor womau. In St. Louis,
a day or two ago, a large cat ate nan 01 a
child sence ana sncsea uui iv
A little child wa. sutlocated to-deatbin
Memphia, Tenu, a day or two 1 since bV
mattreas on which it was lying, through
criminal carelesaneee of its parents,
r. Thai eaiwioiro. barn, low and a tenoment-
hoBsey en-tho farm of Isaac P tooley,
West Milford, N. J-t re burued down
Sunday, while tho family wssre attending
funeral ol a relative. ( , , ( ,JX,,, .
"' 'The local editu'rof the Cleveland (0.) Plain
dealer, aays the parvenus of tha largo
belong to the demi-monde. Terrible blunder
that. Artemusl Confine yourself .hereafter
fVnLalu Harvev Sherman, an old and
IcnowB shipmaster of New, Bodford,
while riding in hi carriapo a few days
fell to the grounu, anu aioiwa u'j
fi A lctir'froia Beirout'aay that, in
of the disturbances in the Lebanon
district, the entira oropof Silk has been ,
troyed, the loss being ejtiuwted at
frauc.' '" .. '
i -Awoinantfettie B. Naset 1 naV booh
reeUd at Port Huron, Michigan, charged
having poisoned to death Charlee euner,
revenge for his having seduced bor
promise of. tnanig.nn oU5i..'.
1 Tl.a ' aitm' ' r.a i, hnt nf tha Maaeachuretts
State Treasury fur diseased cattle by order
the Commissioner--1 about awenty-mree
honiand dollars. itte comaiuaiou a
ept organifod. ;k. , , ,. -.nr t
' . . a la. i "L-S T ..
.A .aMnumtr naiiiea n eiper, oi nu-.ie-
ille, MwU., ban ptdowu a mau' age at
ears, instead of putting blm down as
owner of wu acre ot u, wv
have done. .
Present Condition of Affairs in Palermo—
The Influence of Garibaldi in the City.
,. M TON
,The oorrsspondent of tlia Londcrtii fknU
. , . ... JLl".
wrHes uom v Aiomio on tob iow uu., s roi.
lows:, ... ..! 'I '
Th rl.iv b(fora.-sterdJT din
otLllvd an .fieri.. Uar'itaHldi. aanouncloff' the
jpeedy evacuntioa of b11 th reranining Kca
tak ivioa meaimes that . thn rotreat .of th
last baleltilwjuld noMwmolwM. Daring
nearly U Uitlnatli N ipollUns hebon
hv th Wo abut Oiiririiilcll. 'lta) l
best ipMwil.Qo; Will le unable to restrain tne
townniOBlaid-the iarfr'. The hav
wild that, in nito of nil proofs they hnr,naQ
of. the. ascenrlancT Garibaldi nd h
found tliil)Culwioni6f diiilly bo unruly and
hnvo acquired .over them, they cim not per-iwie-rhe-)el-er-h&t
any orft else would be
able w do.whnt ttoy uevr;ouW. It waa in
otiler tii have 'some security jn this rotpect,
tlliU the HPipulKtul, In the eiyhtlj dJt'acla at
,tha, convention, that the seven priioaers
should only het (riven up when tho 4iol
1lr. hh4 omftitfkBll -ft-iam. tUa or- " I r '
What .make thn aveit more nerveua la
that thy-Vit" Httle nm in the Neapolitan
troops. All he advanced posts toward our
linttfhav, thrtrre. bee oocupied.hy the
IbMiHalWt iooa.-1 VHin preeeulion,-for the
anirit of insubordination has seized these
ui(.,,.,f wntl .hi. the uativda " Siucv-ch for
eign 'troopa ' hS' kept tt)0' ourlyilig fcosts
mortfliau a hunilred, v tUierted. Thy
get haudsumcr sum it; they come ovef-p30
i -ithpnt; (mil 84U tr. witn : ioir ruit mds
py is Illteivliio higher; and there l plenjly to
eat, which Js n,ote,.c-m Y11 wo jkeapour
Mns ' Cjaut iB flS m-y am wnw nja
biscuit and ait. lliith is leMer onlylnow.
the troops nralttlhe nuisUryjugpoaitiou any I
Atmbutt be- i.if.;,.TJie dtsosknn, twc p ace
i: 'Tbfeilitare .too busy m taking
2' to bring iiack- provisionsi hus
In huinW i'.ii.n.liv: Bad Hot WWY IU
broad dalisUt.jr,TWt'Aay a;o ono onnese
bitt Jjej iJtsuriud and was fired upon by Ihoir
own suitries, Tfto plcjcets oa.our siua, uear
I'lnfc thrt riinrf. UiOujTht.thiiro.wns. an attiarlf,'
I .iud ojeued firs ltkwio, eo that the deserte-'
got petireen twp fires,'1 which, however, did '
not nliidiif them from crossing over safely. :
Kn rtnnhtn. nnrl t'ufl. Nu:'.l)uliLau les
thn sriy ouo else, thnt 'tUo troops-irbich had
noon beta nitiat be lirtt leorganiicd before
tliav can be led flgaininto action.. .As fonth
Officers, there is u secret iuat most of thow
bnve tii heiwt ia the fifth. That horrible
' luvliBn Idea" hiis made ravattei ainonu them
worsathttn any epidemic could do. Against
the Sicilians 1 the feelinu of aversion is still
ti-nntr. hut UK for Garibaldi mid his men,
wherever there is contact with them, it hat
more the Appearance bf friendly Intercourse
between companions in arms than adver
wie3. On'v the other day I saw one of our
red shirts aittlng on tho parapet of the citadel,
and hnving a long conversation with some ol
the officers who came up. The name, the
prestige, and the brilliant leadership of Gari
baldi have a great deal to do with this change.
They had been taught to consider him as s
reprobate and fillibuster; and found him the
most noble-minded aud chivalrous of men;
treating them rather 03 misled friends than
unetcics, instead of taking advantage of theii
liBtrcs, ho did all in bis power to relieve it
His brilliant advjtnee has impressed Ihem with
his military 'qualities, and brought home to
.t.. . v.- f,...iy t,e their own worn-ou'
onerale.' Instead of ' tryina; to ljumlliate
them, and tbu) bring hla owu superiority ou'
m relief, they mw htm only anxious to avoid
every thing which could hurt their feelings
All this taken together has done more to
open out their piiu'ds and feelings than any
lectures of Italian unity. They beain to un
jii.reiaml that there is aomothiotf Uitther and
nobler thfn to be the &irr of ab'iROled king;
that for them, likewise, a now career may be
ut hand to fitrht for tne freedom and Inde
pendence, instead of the servitude of theii
i.-ouutry. They see young men occupying
high positions in tbo.nationul army by their
own merit, and - involuntarily compare ii
witk their own .flew' advancement, and the
system of favoritism which leaves no chance
ibr exertion. Tlia fillilmster baa become a
hero iu their eyes, and the handful of adven
turers who accomptinieiL.liitti.tha bold cham
pions of a noble idea. . '
I "Garibaldi, as the standard-be are cf liberal
and national ideas, is even more formidable
m tli X'ejirinliiiin Government than as amili-
tary commandnr. " He begins by defeatlnf:
nni then converting his enemies. I bavi
heurd from third panics,, wh aee both Side
that the'Nenpo ittm3 make aearccly a secret ol
their conversation, aud if it were not that the
GovertmenHias talMi good care to carrV ofi
the families of the oWccra to Naples as hos
tages, and . that others slick to thoir colore
from a feeling of military honor, not many
WOUlu nave gone Oiicu. w ,pios, aA;ib, ym-
haps, In company with the fillibusterB. , ,
A Sicilian Dsaoiss A Son Kilts Ntr
Minors Boldikru. A private letter Jron)
Messina, published in1 the Loudon Morning
Pott, contains the following: 1 .
fin Thurndflv. the Tth. we beheld, arriving
from Catania, the entire garrison of Catania,
ns well as the moveable column, united with
the same iu all five thousand or six thou
tand men, of every kind, commanded by To
moan Pinrv - Thnfi trixiin had been utli.ckail
r.'i.nia bv tlm nnoofo. and. after several
days of consttint iiriog, some four or five
hundred of tho ruyal soldiers were killed,
while the loan of the insurgents was compar
atively iusignidcant, Thesoldiers themselves
aay th'at one of the nuns, from the window
her cell, killed more soldiers that I could ven-tni-a
tn n'aiR. She shot with as sure au aim
as the most practiced Alpine huntsman, and
never missed once. The Colonel ordered that
they should fire in platoons repeatedly againBi
the windows, but in vain." The heroine re
mained unscathed, aud still kept firing away,
killing ner man witn every bhoi sne ureu.
.TltROtlK'a RjtSKMIILAJtOB' TO 1 Napo-
lxoh. Prince Jerome's death took place
bowo rovwry , w m - - .
g X y-y ? 'pol.ou aay.:
the 1 j r,hvQ,p, lrt vantnt-e haa been cultivated
nnH atiiiiiituiik'.rlUiiilaved .on'mnre than
public occafciou. .At the matTif:e the Em
perur the ex.KiiiK was carefully mudo
after the portraits of the EirBt Napoleon,
well-known hat and gray coat reproducing
the figure so familiar to the publio eye. '
A DtSBAELI BREAETA8T 'Is L0NDO!.i-tt
cratifvliiL' to learn Irotn the London ' juorn-
i'n Herald that "on, Saturday afternoon
TY. .11 nlrA-nt '.111 I. A. lrll-
liant circle." , The tlaiaUug occaoiou wa
review of the Volunteer Curw by the Queen,
aud when the ''brilliant 'circle bad circum
eribed the elegant breakfast tablo, It went
up to the rpof of . the Muse, "tho top of
mansion, ae tue, iieroM. uaiuu.j j-t
naileries had been erected for the hc ommoi
dation of those who wished to o the show.
. A'Siiiaat MibtaeV 3fAt.-A '(JmoketJ
chap in Louisville;,. H-eutucky, at'erapteo.
enter a lady' room,-but was pushed down
stair by the occupant. " After reaching
bottom he uicaao, liiiuwit up spu wm
loally .reiBarked that . he perceived he
.made a. mistake. His pV.cepttv Jostle
uiuat have been remarkably acute, it is
every one that cap diatiiijuiah, between
a nicui. in siime.
1 1 1 see i
flight of fancy an
I Mm Jnil C. BKBCKINRinOE.
.VIbe-Presideot.Bi-cicinriitge ia lue uaugoier
of Clifton Rodas Buich, ueoeased, who
tan ctva and tending member of the Baptist
thuroh.". Mr. Breekiir,!de;o, however, IS
,,nl,u, nt' tt.r, rreabvturiau Clul :ch. and,
the same time, one of the moat intellectual
and accomplished wom.n in Kentucky.
ABStT o a MofotuWAOAL IxeeswAnt. I
AueuMuS M.' Lainer was airesu-d in WilU
latnsbtta'i L; L, a day ot two since, having
been detected lu netting fire to a row of build
loirs; In which1 flr nftd previously been kin
diod ntid extinguuhea, Lalner denied the
oharira hut haliio- confronted with three wit
nesses and shown-the Implements he had
employed, ha confessed bis guilt. Ho stated
that he bad lived several months at Green
Point, wbere"Tle"bad set fire to several build
ings. He acknowledged that he set fire to
ome which were destroyed 00 the Fourth; and
aided, that while residing at Norfolk, Vst, he
had repeatedly committed similar crime, for
which he was arrested, and escaped by the
forfeiture of hi ball. His motive, he de
clared W be, that they were owned by Irish,
and he wanted to burn up every Irishman in
the 'coiwtrVl' It appeared from evidence ol
th.vnn wlitkinew him. that ho was a quiet,
respectable' man, except so far as relates to
hi. strantre mnnla for arson. He was com
mitted for trial. i
TBI! Placx roB Teviso iui! Nkw Rihed
Caknoh. The Governmeut ' has selected
Wnteh HUl for trViUB-' the success of new
rifled cannon. Five miles of contiuuons
beach, round nowhere else in New England,
decided tho locality. The experiments are
conducted at the expense of the Goverumtut,
General Jame, who 1b said to have J200,OiX
1 iilnnked" the moment success crowns his ef
forts.' Thuy bud one trial, sending a ball two
and a half miles, half of the iuleuded dim
tanc. On the 16th ol the ensumg tnontu
another test Is to be made. They will then
trv tl.n larceat cannon, whose ball costs t50.
Waici, UiU Ih eituuted almnt six miles from
VVeeterly. Guueral Winfield Scott is to lend
his presence at the next trial. ' : ....
Sun .AoAiiiai tub Grkat Eastsbn' r6tt
SitLAca or CohTBACT In is aid that the
directors of this unfortunate Vesel are to bt.
aued by the Grand Truuh KaUroad uomnany,
fur breach of coutract.. The agreemeit ti.
bring the ship to the eastern terminus of tho
Grand Trunk was specific. Cn the fai(h of
it thtT railivay cumpany made a large outlay
fot harbor accommodation at Portland; Me.
The Council of tlint city also expended $30,
000, aud an immense amount of capital iwa
invested by private citizens. Tho newspa
pers of Conaila and Portlapu urge, on' the
railway company, and U wa3 therefore advis
able for tho directors of the steamship to
reduce the fee of admission to tho steamer, tr.
enable them to raiso funds sufficient to meet
the expense of a law-suit. .. j - '
Tax Man or Whom Diooxxe wa is Skabch.
A gentleman he must have been truly such
who, having . failed in Mississippi over
twenty year ago, giving up every dollar1 hr
had in 108- world Bad removed to New Or
leans, recently wrote to Joseph Pond of
Philadelphia, understanding he held a not
of his for $162 22, and paid him the mm with
twenty-two years' luterest thereon- The
Southerner said he bad lost all knowledge o
ihe debt until informed of it recently, and
'he same time expressed an earnest wish to
pay another note of (200, given long before
if be could learn of the parties who held the
paper. , ,- '- - j
An Ihkooent Slavx Most Ckcelit WBlr
tiD. A Texas p iper say that a than onmed
iankford, in Coijell Couuty, recently whip
ped a negro slave girl "from sunrise til
twelve o clock." He suspected ber of steal
ing money, but afterward found the treasure
where be bad laid it, and then, with b
natural lucoutinence of memory, had forgot
ten the occurrence. The man who furnished
the Information said that "she wa the most
inhumanly whipped creature be ever saw,
.neither horse nor ox excepted." , j
Baeon Rotbscuild. Baron Rothschild, of
Naples, has just arrived in Paris. It is sold
ue win au. rc.uru iaj iuuj. agaiu. pmrew,
to be his intention to retire to a magnificent
mansion ho purchased four years ago on tbt
banks of the Lake of Geneva, foreseeing a
the time the present convulsed state of Italy
He has caused works to be executed there Or,
1 grand scale, and which are not yet com
pleted. M. de Rothschild is said to enter
tain very gloomy viewB 01 me actual situa
tion of the Neapolitan Kingdom. ;
! A SrtrNDlo Telescope. A new equatorial
teleacone has been mounted at the Ruyal Ob
servatory, Greenwich, under the direction
tne Astronomer ttoyai, rroi. Airy, ti ur
p 15 ees in magnitude anv other ins rjmont
tue Kind in aotrinnu or rrnueo, auu 10 ucun.
on a par with the celebrated instrument
ruiaowa, tue prioeipm uuki.uiui u nm
iia. The siie of the object-glass is nrfarly
thirteen Inches, aud tho length of the tele
scope fifteen feet. .. -.j
Hotel Peoeits Dcuino Convektion. Dun
Ing the conventions at Baltimore, the hotels--Barnuin's,
the Gilmor, the Eutaw, tho Maltby.
the Fountain, and in fact all others did quit
a profitable business. Barnum took ovet
$35,000 gross receipts; the Eutaw, probably
$20,000; the Gilmor and Guy', about $16,000;
other in proportion. It Is supposed the.
Convention left half a million of do I lan
Ultba Abolitionists ih th South.
organized band of Abolitionists is said
exist in the corner of Clark and Wayne,
Mississippi, and Choctaw and Washington,
of Alabama, who are defying the people and
the authorities. Considerable excitement
bad been created in yuitman, miss., ana
other contiguous localities, and tho citizenr
thereof were preparing to adopt the means
required to abate the uulsance.
A Mas Murder his Win and Commits
8oicidb. -Richard Madden, residing neat
Frt. Littleton. Penn.. the other eveuiut
killed his wife, by beating ber brain
with a board, and afterward hung himself.
No cause la assigned for the violent couducl
of the busband, the family having just
ibbeu tueir supper, wiin no niuieauuu ui
terrible calamity nbnut to befall them,
Iivukteatbd JoCbnal IN Parib. There
are in Paris no less than forty illustrated
weekly paper. Of these, twenty-one are
at two cents each, and nineteen for one
aoopy. Their aggregate weekly sale Is
nar una million coDies: and the Journal
Dtrmncht one of the most prosperous, It
to clear it proprietor about $26,000
annum. : - ' ' ' ,,,
SinoulabSobi or iNBTaocnoN. A
of, children were telling their father
they got at aocool. lua etaest aio, tteao
ing, spolliug, aud definition." "And
du you get, my little one?" laid the father,
to a rosy-cheeked little fellow, who wa,
that tine, uly driving a teu-penny nail
the door-panel. "Ue? Oh, I get readln',
spelliu , ami pankm."
Retirement or the Contitctio Eorroa
The Washington (D. C.) Cunu'fB'en
William. H. Browne as editor
proprietor, Mr. Bowman having, in pursuance
nf lha aiianireinaute which have been
progress Some time, transferred to him
Lis proprietary intereat in that Journal.
.Pbiloboprio Reason roa Feminine Roct
i. A plilloiopher, who has atudied
almost every thing, say be ia (atlsfied
i IU reaso'u why girla are In Ibe habltof
on iiip- dut their lioa i becaua tbey are
1 ' B . . .1 "...
willing that tlicu inoum meet your
way. ,, , . .,,.,!,,'. "I
i Edmond Aruiant, a gentleman of one
the oldest families in Louisiana, ooutmittcd
suicide iu New Oilcans, receutly, on account
i of hi suffering from opthaliuia.
PwrointnilVaa OAB blCb'SI'o'lti.All'STK-
PATBT WITB A!t AKrC-ATBll LlHBl A fcurioU
case of sympathy of the body erftbeempm-'
tafod n.emW is related, by tb PtHtetield
(M'.v'aj;. 'Ayoungmsum Lanesbbrong
named Jerry owan, on iubwiiiti
badly broken and mangled- m ome
cninery mat, ampuiaiiou iwm m...,.
Chloroform Was administered, and the opeia-,
tlon eucotSBTUiry pertormea. un reycriuK
from the stiieor produced by then if chlor
oform, Mr. Swan. Btjll oomplainM eoroly'of
an ching band. ., LaU ,ip.,he tvenlngbis
distrew became very gte.it. aud be assisted
that til anna wee crampea oy nemg uv""io"
nn Tl.a limhliml haw nl Tld In B Mbail OOX
and buried. His. .atteudanta dug, it tip rind,
straightened the band, and 110 was soon earner.
inis morning inn nuio wua ngi.m ...v.
But b oon complained of a sensation it'culd
and great pain in it. It was -ncoordiUKly
taken up again, wrapped up, anddeposited in
a tomb, alter wnicu no was again rcuevfu,
Ootxaobot ' Arf AOat tJpotf tnt Tloni or a
CitiixkwKJkb oMSt Mei Shot DsM. A
man named ..Builison, having at ivewyllnnre,
family and Very' little to feed them wth,
lived short disianco from Oxtbtd, I,t
wh reporte.1 that ho kept a ltouwof nwanic:
anil anmn rnunr, men, of lllC I ail'tthhtir llOl!
concluded to bul( down tlia house,,., jAofcovdr
inirlv tliVeft nr tliem nrbceeded lo do sot diir-,
tn IKm nlvUfe." Thev- blackdned their 'laces
aud otherwise disguised lthi!ajlves', entcpd
the bouse., in the, .pight, earned ajce uud
crowbars with tUciu.and proceedeu tct cut
nd prV off the 'roof. While thus engaged,
Burliaon fired into the ptirtY and killed one
of thein for which he baa been sent til iail
ana murderer. A, kw ; days atterwarc).; a
artjr of fourteen pulled down the housd. it
: r, j. i;U. .1 n' lAla j I
(1D... nnwvauiaatntt Tv' AT OXr!otri;
The 20th ulv,. was, the great day of the (?oii
memoratlon" at Oxford,,. Enilaud, - Ini the
theater the ilhder-graduates indulK& thein
nlvea. aa n-nal. in oroanintfand cheeiinz v.i-
noua person and- .things Three groans followed
the names. , of the Pop. 'the Kidgol
Niiples, the ' Emperor, . Lord, John,, Rutsejl.
'The Present Ministry ' raised a Iongnd
cIobc strnggle-between (iheers aud groans, its
ilso did tlio "Bishop of London,1' aud ''The
7V'ma iiBwaiunfr " At eleven o clock the
.rnceininn etiterecV tbe. theater. Tbe.Prlnue
of Wales, by -Hrtue of hie rank( .took tirtece-
HAtia r.ni..ir tn nwen nv mu wvuwitBi-
ior. Lord Brousrham , wa received with
'rant nnnlaUBO.. which be acknowledged by
Sir F. MoGlintook was bvi-
iently the hero of tho day, aud a tempest
ippluuae greeted nim,
( Tas Catacombs op Rom Their Hobrob
and. Dbsolatiom -A recent visitor to jtbe
jataoombs near Rome details bis descent Into
one ofthem that of 3u SebAtUnndsay:
To give ome idea of the vast number dc-
rw.aitarl in thia ftitw of the1 dead. H has been
reckoned there are upward of 175,000 bodies
in the erypU of SU Sebastian Only, i no atmosphere
i close and stifling, and smellng
,f earth. Not living thing,. uot an insect,
not even a spider, is found therein. 1 It, is,!
... ..-. th ahnia of deathr MuttV ttor-
iB have been relaUd aud I cart readily be
lieve them, of persons who - Dave ventured
'.nto tnese passages wuaout ptupcx
ind wno nave oeeu nopeiessiy iobii
VieoRona Receoitwo i fats cocrtaY.
Recruiting ia vigorously carried on at all
irmy stations at present, notwithstanding
the efficient condition of the several recl-
nfints. In 1859. for the first time in twelve
rears, the. "rcRttlation number'1 of oldir
was reeistered on the book of the Secrbtar;
of War. Just now the mounted service
mattinr. mnm men thon the Infantry. It
icarcelybe credrteflTTel it Is neverthelee
tact, that ot twenty iftoittano persons wno
ippiiea tor eniiitment umi year, um v njmn
kundrtd were pbyicUy qualified for admls-
A Nxano Killed White PiaroaidiNO
3nuni ArrDn fiaturdav BtffhtB Becrro
tlave of Smyth Couuty, Va., was killed 'while
iltempting to stop tne wesiwara-oounn
in tue v irmia ana i enoeaaee nuau. ouuin
ties had been placed across the road
ten milea above town., and the neero
Ikr-nvared them, nrocured a chunk of tire,
.nino- verv dark, to irive the alarm. He
hi stand upon the track, aud as the
iimrnap.hul waved the chunk of fire a a
n.il: tlia eno-iiiear saw' the' lirfht. but
not reverse the engine in time to prevent
death, , t.-- -.
MARIiOI RxaABDED AS CRIMINAL IN
1AMA. Professor Fi Lawrence Hale, a
inrnr nn Elactro-BioloffV. ha been forcibly
ejected from the city of Salem, Ala., and
in thenaneraof that city as an impos
tor aud a scoundrel. .Tho Professor repre
sented himself a a bachelor, but tue
hunted up aud published tue louowmg :
The Qreeubrier tVa..l Era savs that
Jane Hale, wife of Professor F L. Hale,
eeturerou Electro-Biology, and daughter
Ool. Stockton, of Fayette County, Va.,
julng for a divorce from her husband,
Important Discovert BV a Fbexch Sailobi
A foreman in the Toulou (France) Dock-yard
has j uat made a discovery which ia anticipated
to become of the trrealest value to nautical
science. It is thafof a meaus. whereby
transmission of signals at sea may be
wilnout limn 01 worus or senieueee, ana w
nn more comnlicated machinery than
poles aud two- bulls, which; by tue.il'
hange of position, are macie to convey
order, or warning, or inquiry lo usual
sitiou at sea.
. A Cobtlt -Work in CALiroasiA,
tunnel of the Nebrasku Tntinel Company,
Allegnanytown, Dierra vonnty, aiiiuinia,
nas lieen carried nearly two thousand
through olid rock, at a cost of over forty
thousand dollars. The work lias been
progress since 1853, and for' Ibe last
yeaia haa been carried on night and day.
last aecounts tney naa struca pruvei, ana
X promise of a rich retnrn lor their outlay.
. , . ..,- 1 i ii
' Commutation or Sbntencb w Carada.
The sentence of death upon two men
were lately convicted in Oxford. Canada,
violating a woman and covering her
tar and. feathers, babeu commuted to
in the Penitentiary, on for
and other for five vears. , Thi
shows great, sympathy on Hi part of
U&uaua . jtumoritiea, .jur vuw hiiusbi im
inais,,, . ,.,.- io ' .. h i -in
Rklisiocb Revival im a College.
vival is now in Drostreas in Hampden
College, Virginia, aud more than twenty
lue Btuueuu are: aireauy oniu to uave
converted. Some of the most eminent
ia the Presbyterian Church have
it thi institution, to whom Ibis
assurance of iU spiritual nrosnerity will,
doubt, be grateful iuteUiganc.
i Aa Editor lNDtr,TEtros Killtko an
George W. Overall, one of the .editor's
New Orleans JYus Delta, ba been
bv the Grand Jury of that city for
siaugnter, in ennoung, rs we nave oicuLiuueu,
an actor, named Han-y Copland; in the
from tha effect of which wound he died
.week after,., Tbyh66l"ng . wf dope in
' ''' " ''
' ' " 11 " .......
A Rare Phenomenon "At Sea The'
who left Boston In' tho
bteaimer Suropn 'yesterday Vill have
ef wftneeslnjr' on pf 'the
pnagnilioeut bf ill pbeuomeua- total
of tue uu, on 'he 18th. Costly expedition
have gone to Labrador to ace what the
voyager will witnea among the
of her trip.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. From Washington—The Visit of the Prince
''AitiaTOt?,'.'il'ttiy' U-.NJ proposition of
atrr Kind nns "een mnmnau wwiu
tfifeBUrfehsse of Mormon Interesta ini Utah.
The Cabinet bai tbe Overland Mall ervio
atrain, under , con sideratlcrn One party pre-
" . 1 1 a. UI -
poses WOCMJ tripe u mn.i""i - -j- .'-
five d-ivs, tor $250,000. per annum-,. The b
W 'Cabinet,, except Mr. Holt, accept thu
,. - 1 lie vimeu nsetr ny 1 u , . ...
-ill be held nt Cincinnati from Bepteuieer
lato the iOth. The preminra list amount
to $20i000.n No oattle will be admitted on
account of plMiro-pneumOtlla, bnt large pre
miums will be offered rot horses, machinery,
steam fire-enirrnei, ltd. ' . ' t .
Geuertil Cnllom, it former ' Clett' cf the
House of Representative, rbarged With em
bexslement In ofBW, wa tried by tb Orlm
:nni rn.,.j-jlne ami ntyinltted. 'I i"
. Tboophllu Fik,'wel!-known In the edito
rial worm, no wa nppuimou w
l.41i PnatnOHna Tlartef tanent. '
'U th 0rr6STKmdciide' be.
tween ibe Pi-eidenfand Queen Victoria, rela-
tivEitbt'ia-thitol ttiarTlnceoi naiee: 1
,v, HMol4Sfi feceiti fWorio: '
''1 Wttve learned from tho public journals
ih"fh Prlnen nf Walea Is about to visit
Your Mnlesty 8 North American aominions.
Should it be the lnteutionof Hs Royal Higu-
nes to extend bis viBlt to tue uniteu otatee,
r ai n a.iv havhsnnv I should bo tot irive
him at-nrrlinl welcotnatot WeAhinetotr. You
.. aouuroll that. KVCTV . WheTB. in! thi
coiiutry he W)ll be gieotcd by the AmcHcan
neotiie in bucu a manner as cu uui u
1 1 V-.. U-M 1-1 . I 1 I
it.nv. irrai viiv la luu. mn cabr.
r-r.. . ' 7"..., ,, ..:r: .1.;:. una
IU lUla VUpv,l.Vl,liaJW"ce. tuan ww' aun-w
nfirnnr ill. mnatlc. virtues. OS Well AS their COB.
vfc'Hoti of tout mWrKi aa a wise. patriotW and
i'Va.,. Aloiaatv a litvaiAifini; aerVBni. I
"WASHINGTON, May 4, 1860."
Wa f,!ln-lnn. le the OnGOn S rel)l7.' . I .11
11 v-, . sinnA, 1 viirfi-r haver been much
...1 . .. .... ,.u.l,l.li nrtnni.,a.l I
jratineuat tne iowhuk .. '"'riiJ
, mo invilillir the PlUlCB Cjf TV ttl8
.... . r- 1 ' . '. TTa Intnnfta tr. TAtlirlk
visit . ayuiiiu"ji. vi . . r
ham Cnnadn tbrongh the rmted States, I
it will glvo mm jfreai pleasure to nave
opportnnitv to testify to yoain person
tlieae rceuugs are luujr ; iwip.vwv.
Ho will thus be able, at tho same time,
miirk the respect that ho entertain for'
Chief Magistrate of o great and friendly
State aud kindred nation. : 1 u i I
The Prince ol wales win urop aii royai
state on leaving my dominions, ana
rmval nndAF the name ot Lord itenirew,
he ha done while traveling on the Continent
of Europe.. - . , , ' ' ;;. i .!.
"The rTlnce vjonsort win. to m aouui
remembered to you. v ,,;.;,.. !
.1 . -' ! remain ever
"Your good friend,
"BUCKINGHAM PALACE, June 22,
Later from California.
V. Vnnr. Jnlr 12.Tha iVoreA
taViri arpivamfi hnre thia moraine-.. brine
one day later news from California, and
i .rei aim nun 1 i..hiim
the bpin'ss no Panama paper. She left,
AsninwalL on the 4th, . the frigate iSaWtia,
and store-ship a.moufv . -
a . . J ' . ,1 : . 1.a alaMtnn
Democratic Congressman by seventy-five
,e The Legislature I conceded to tb Coalition
by eight to ten majority, ou joint ballot. ...
7 The heavy failure of Brewster k Co.,
. It is believed that tueir aiet will pay
ndebtedneB. amounting to $330,000.
.,;.iv r-viata in anticiDatiou of other
UreS. DUl WBll llliuiuicu uic.viiauva
-11 ih. rn-in elnal honaea sound. - ' '
Brewster Co. have already confessed
fudgment for $100,000. Raymond ; Co.,
in tho grniii business, havo also
i.uiiuia tonnnrvi ' ' ' '
, Buditres dull, , Money- aounuam at
Changed fates-, .,(, ..!) ';.- to ': '
Steamer off Cape May.
lished ftv. .Tnnve. N.i F.. Jul- 12 A shln-rlirtred
screw et-'umship, doubtless the City of
mart, from biverpool, on tno em, via yueeisu
town on the 6th IubL, for New York,
n&na Raita at eleven o'ClocK tuis morniue.
iho was first seen some fifteeu miles
of the Cape at nine o'clock, but a thick
Setting Hi, sne paesou uu iw " Bwuvun.iu.
so mat ina newB-ooat whs uuaum u
her. !.,-.' -
it is barely possible that tue can contain
ing the news won ihrown overboard,
that it may oe pic sea up niter me iu
Wind west. Mercury ou-.
Constitutional Union Convention.
'' TJtica, N. Y., July 12. The Constitutloua!l
Union Convention of the friends of
end Evarntt met nt twelve o'clock to-daV.
Tho attendance wo moderate in point
numbers, but of a highly., respectable
ttcter. ' ' ' " ' ' .
After the temporary 'Orgaultatlon
the appointment of tue usual committee,
the Convention took, a . receae till
i Rio8mond,i July 12.. It ia currently
boned that the friend of DoucLas will
State Convention at Stauutou to nominate
New You." July -13. -The ' Democratic
State Central Committee have thi day
a State Convention, to be held at Syracuse
tho 16th of August next, to nominate
electoral ticket aua canaiuate ior oiavs.
fices,..:, J' -'-''' 1 '
NorfolIi Va.;, July 12.A
explosion took place at Graves' 'saw
ptaniug-uuu Vuuy. tne euguie is
wreck. ....... f i t
The boiler wa thrown seventy feet.
Graves and three men were' Injured,
ou was killed. . Low $4,000.1 .",! '
i ' i'ii:
From New York.
New York. July 11 .The damage
Washington, ilacket, fira, iast night, was
DrincinallY to .Lheidsstnicttoa; of
west of thu . building. And larg quantities
prouues, ajuao viuiuia,GU fuujuv",,.
;. ,i ui , i an'li 1 ' -
' RnaToN. Julv 12 -The Roval Mail
ira6ia arrived at half-past tour o
;Mt Her mails'were' forwarded by the
'o'clock A. at.1 train, and are due in New
at five o'cloak. P.,M. '''
Marshal Rynders's Removal Contradicted.
toaichca cou.radick tb reported removal
ialarahal Ryndei's. , ... .., ,.,, ...in
The Weather in New Orleans.
New Oblean. Julu n.-t-Tb
tnarKoa m in ttie puuue at ym o wa
epple. liana, otu asutarrui-i-twa
dent !.! ...'.' . U,..l!!..,,
C. tetiimeV 1,000 from'
tiuce.by fiireiug d.noto,JDoi Vh) aotbs
Ir papeffeirdue aud the fraud was
rea.u sjmcer 'waiaer, oi vr aterviue,
with a Mr.Torcival. a ont
mrsuit oTtbo rpgue, and after) lonp
nuqd him on Wv4 abqatcuing to
.'he prisoticr at once cunfesseil his
When ho lied be left bis i lie aud tbreo
dieu nt llnrinouy, Mu., taking with
young girl of seventeen. She was
to her home.
RATEJi OF ADVERTISING.
, A4eaiUeaBeBtB an axcsediag Ive bnvllur,
oaelaeertlotuaKe ?' S) ta-Mrek.es. (I fn
l jln-ertlona 1 SSlai , do. .. . 1(1
Larger eetvettisemenis uiwrted at the foliowlairake
i ii.i ' ih isorwieeXB ot sea naeeoer
QaeteirMoBal..V 0 1 14 lawrtuaC. 1
la all tui tw-lKlwe done with neatnesnand dispatch.
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1 fl 0 1 n"
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fa liir.; -it
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nn, rr w. four tii-btreet,
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... ,.(, uiDVUipai.', , . .11, 11
OFVBK TO THI PtrBtVICI TOU
Wheeler A w llaoo Dewins aiu'-unm. .1,11 u.-
e-jrtant Iniruvemente, and to meet the demand f r
!T.....i in...riMul Tamllv Machine, have lot roouoed a
Nltw TyLh. wurtiut opoo the iw pr'ncfr'e and
malilnl tne ssmmsukji, inyo oo eu -
tshed.at riPT-ri U"I.laiiu.
Tho elencespeeil, nolamoneae ana ermwiciwos
the Machine, the beauty and .ireiiain oi imicn, )
lu AUS.B m aoT-.--. ".T--.T- TT"
leovln no ounin or r,ua uu . .. v
eoouuiayot thread and aaaptaWUty to tne rt.loke
or thluueet fabrics, has rendered this the es t snc-
oesrful and popular samuy wwi
'"at'onr'Terlou offloea we aell at New 'or'i'prK-e,
end ie Instructloo-, free of obaraj. to enable Bur
cha.era to sow ordluani seams, hem, re!l, qUllt,
(alb.r, bind and sunk, all on the same eiacfcihs, and
Wnd0 can Brc-.btaln.'fn partion.
tl&fS" Um,""v". PTMNETC CO, .
4B 3 BBWXNO MAtJ0IIB..-
ohlneei that tawr will do "
BREATER MMETf OF WtfllK, ': . '
WILL DO MORE WORK. AND .
, WILL DO IT IN BETTER STYLI
Thaa tea be done en any other Machine. Bltffl"
BB'B PAJflliT M ACBTIBB, BOS 87J.
Ky-Oioolnaatl OIBoe, No. 8 Eaet r, urtn-street.
niaSn-av J AW. BHAR DOW, Awnt;
i Imnrovod Doubla-thrasdad
FAMILY' SEWING MACHINES I
No.',. 2, west ronnn-sircei.
befote porchaalu slsewhsru.
my-em " " Wo. T9 West fourth, op stairs.
$30. (?80. $30. $30. $80.
' '' Tli'-DpllarIi loc-MHot
Family Sewiiig Machines
, BIOTjniD BT BBCtNT LtTTEB PATaUTX.
rT"IJ3 MACHINB HAS BKBN PBO.
X NOnNCBB by all competent mlie., who ha.e
li .. h. tha baas and m.et dtwirable Family
u U,n.l.... f ln..ul,,r ll. tU,
rates. It vvtll sew sll kinds of timtlr g.ids, ftonj
tha arv thickest to Uie eery fitiest fabrioe mads.aui
a-.. All im u.l An fAn at thu VuLm.
Kaodfora olrcnlar.or call and ee t tn operation.
CteMurerir DP"ct'0n' bU"1' kod
Au eneraetio aeraon can make a fortune in a shot
tunc Agents wanted In aUog.old'rn tog,.
Hols and exolnttve ateutior the Duitod States,
soplS-tf W wut Fonrth-etreet. Cliwlnaatl
fVmV RECEIVED tKB. HTBAJttXBV
wenona." . . , . .
T3.0U0 feet Tsnasse.e Bel Cedar, aad for sal
a, i.rv I..W nrlr.na. .... ... --.
n.uuu ewuar rmie rawi
i.OOU L.ust ITeuoe Boats I
40,000 Feet rei.cln B rilBi
Onion, lor Cwlar U .anle. JoUta, Posts, floortog.
Ao , ailed at short notice
ItKMioli it. seas a i? ana s in. is, oni iw uiibw
liio.noii rt. saaa'd 1. 114. 2 and 8 in. olsar d. do. i
ano.uou ft. second-andthird common do. do. j
60U.UUU ft. I'ine, PopUr, Oak aud fieuuook Joists ma
AU well sewined,' and will he sold low for Msh, or
en short time, to make room tor ue stock, by
' Thos. W. Faixiu & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Lumber Dealer..
' Tard on Fraemao-strMt, opposite Oeorse,
eat to C, B. and V. It. tt. ia-pot. jea
91. II. Oeeku ' ii i.M.OmIi.
, M. H. COOK Hi CO.,
PROPHICTOUS OT 1
GREAT WESTERN PLAMJifl MILL
. WHITEWATER CANAIi.
EKTWEIN UICU AMD HHTU-MUXETiJ, ttl .
, . timttAri, oiuo,
ISalLlf8 XauJoue? b'ufidtli' R'tuT'o?s !au:l
tinned our atlentloa to preoatlna hnildlng materials
of evary doHcriptiou, we can ssfuly say that our ax.
rieuee in tne nusinera and our taoimie. ename us
oner Induceuieuts to builders lu the oiti aad at u
I,, nil la i.r.iii.til, tit h.i.lriarM In tl
dlstanoe ananrpaised, If malod. by any othor ..llai
r ,ul,l .kmai.t In tlia Waat.
We aleo manufacture Venenrs of all daserlptlone
end kepon hand an samirttnant of Mahogany, Rose
wood, Walnut aud Oak Venous. Alao, I'Ijis Beokie
fcr Pictures end Looking-Klasees.
V. g.-Wo have just retetvea forty thousand fbet
Bed Cedaiv of Uu. quality, whloh s oan sell at
(wis price than It has ever beeu sold for In thlanisr
aot. 1 . . nian-ti
ADAMS. PECXOVER t CO.
Uave removed the Selea-reoa of the - s
klUUm COAL C00KLG STOTR
, rrou He. 333 fourth, to their new store,
j.i W. CORNER OP rm II AND ,BLM.
K, B. -Orders now re elved St our new -
Ooinar of rrout and Ctntral-av., or at oar
"'" . jei3-tf
Ie, l JJJUIAS'8
any started In
j 10 west Fouxtn-street,
tinjUI CAI BE HAO BVBRV ART!-
iff CLB apperulolii to the be-in.s, at e fsucli
as price, for CAMS, tha has eves- keioie
I .1T1. Ml - ..L- ,
U. M.M, "... . . .J ". Il l
1 'all! ... OITI II I CALL,
od iw fot rimcaal.ee.
.1 c .
vbm. snrriicooii. ' co. A, swa'tTT.
B.'ttJTTIlBDu Jl , K,,fJO., .
134 MAIH-ST., CIK., 0. WSl ' 1
KITTREDWE A FOL8031, wS
9 8. Charles-et.t New Orlriue, L,a fesl
Gan mad Sporting A-ppeurettusaj
ajto Beuaiia m ssntviu,