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iVOL, III, NO. 175.
CINCINNATI, TIOTlDAY MORNING. AUGUST 16. 1860. - ...
II ' TO -
PRICE ONE CENT.
V a mn.l a arvaMMM.-..
' JOM PltlNTINO . , V,
Iaiaraoaaaoaa vttknaatnaa.aad 4lqMi,
nauu v Ail V A1,!! X aoXX Vf
Ad.atttaaAala aot azcaadia If llnaa (axa ' "
iTtlri M ,f tor- yj
Lartar aavartjaaBaaal tnaartad al Um foUowlusrat.
I aWarf laa Haw ar law
ft 111 ??
rjtHB CAirBBIil ARB COMING."
SMITH Ac NIXON H HALL
COMMSNCINO WBDNB8DAT, AUO. W,
And daring th wwk,
THE ORIGINAL " CACIPBELLS lfi
I.ATK BUMSir A MSWCOMB'R,
In tlwir popular Mualcal and BurUaqoe Entartaln
mnt. Admlaalon 90 canto ; ehlldraa kalf-prlc. utltf
CINCINNATI TROTTING PARK.
VTROTTIN.RA'K Wil l, t ()M8fpr
orar tl.ia ('..urea oa 1HUI180AY, August M;
nUIn haara, twt throe intlve, to karaoaa, far a purae
andatakaor 1140., . . , . . . '
Bl(TIKa' ' ' " ' "
h. W. Watt rafersb. a. Daahalt'. '
2. Vodsrn enter b. m. Tonga. '' :r t ...-.... v ,
W. BidwaUaataiabr.-. Nad Format. ,
fiaca to conanfr at o'rlurk P. M. - : ,
Care sill leavo the C, U. A D. B. . fepoi, al I;
and 3:50 for tba eourar.
Almleeion to all parta of tba T rack. .Bl )
Admlaalon to the htand 50
anu-b TH08. 1. STBPHSifBTTropriaior.
Watar?' (Oouif-. d'KauT by Jaw" A
Archar, M atnu j im aul of tba TCsi .
i interne.--ana "AMxay'a bana,"
aa performed by Mentore Baud. 35
.-uta; " Lincoln o.ulck.tp," with
l'ortralt of Lincoln. 30c. I " Dou.
laa Polka." Willi Portrait of TtoOfflaa. M Aanta.
kew Music from all parta of tba oouatrr eoaataatlr 4
an6 - -. ' M Weat roarthi.
C10V.D MKDAli PIANfWt-TnH BUST IN
A M K RlCA..-Htok A Orupa'a (of mai,
Mw fork) powerful tomd uonbla f ' " '
rrandHirtlon Oonoert l'iaaoa, pro- w'lr , ftoTJa
nooncod t LIta,Tluilbrilandolhr 17 8 V 17 H
grant arttata tb boat la axiatanaa.
vlllaell lower for caah tbaa anr other deal la
ft city. Planoa and Jdelodoona tunad and repaired
thMoushly. Plana to lat at from t to la paraaar
W. Blnnlral Inntmnialita aellinir at balf.arlcea. Vo
not bar or rant a Plana an til jm oar oallad awl aa
B'llluad Iba aboTa. ,
Piano Itaalera and Aakarai 1 x
MT Bo. ttl W. flfthtraat. Bear t lorn. .
MEDICAL AND DENTAL. 1
Don't Head This ! : ;
i t TjOQ'Iob-,ik1 Italttmor iiwmlUU. whan km bm
mjDy yenre practice In ilia treivtamnt of t
hnrai iiioamf, bnt mom iMwitly or Mfico. when
uch dleriHi are to b fonod In their raukoit form
Muihff hB pTrH(r thra,ln eounectian with Pr.
nU AK10NIO DK LADHVALLU8. on of tht
Si'ast uilnont phrnlciaiiB la Muxlco via HpaJn, they
lfCovtmNl rtaMlT im on of tha Hftxleaa frlaaU,
an'i tvuod only lay Houtbarn Mm ice, that remoTet, a
If br tnaijlc, All Ibn Tonrral taint from tha yttu,
In tha ariiaary or aaoonttary form. HxphUla, in tba
t. orst itage, Brtnanontlr enrad In a vary ibort tiiua,
flinl ttm yi.tom thoronghly c)taoBU and pure, um
it ltha1nvar bu eoDiaminatad tiy thaf wotat d
ttl ll"aot(. Byphllli. Hcntfula, Inprtwy and all
t.tntfiior comiption of th blood and diMaasu vt tha
tidin rem.iTiMl poraianontly andouickly by thia pow
ui i'iUnTDnt and aldnrof natura. " lluxfcau 8neclflo.
flo ono naf d ba rnducbd U a afcaleton. and luffar tha
t.nturtia 4 tho luiiulsUion. and mbbad of hit laut
Uolitir, and still not cnrod. T)r. Oalvhi ahw baal all
l.lndio chnjfilc dlaaaaeg with ffiaU iikum. Med
li ltioonly to pity fur, aa all dlauaaua ara treated froa
ft lU.h xq, accept bynpeclal contract. Persona at a
DtffUnca can Ita traatid hyiwiifilus carrac atvt-
MfjuM ativniiaa.! tlnil on or adAroM Dr. ilALVlN.
! riixth-Blrut. bntwawn Vina and 'Walant-atruat.
( iticiDiiatl, Ohio. iSuw la tha tine tU'tnorrow loay
te too Uto. ...
TUa Dootorhaa Kcad pennaiitnMy In tha oity(
ua a.t tu b,u Umm )b huy at hla oilica,
aVnd lor OtiTular.
No. 59 Blxth-street,
-T ICAOrfTHnpIAN.-Madame KLLlB'H FTltV
KINK EI.IX 111 unieT fclli to i ore all kindiofdbi
nAMA of tba Utru tha KMnaya. Orariaa. llladdar
M Cretiir. FrolnpHiui aul I inn- fJtvrle, InAttiniua
tl'ia and Ckrutit"ii of tho Womb, no matter of how
ion itandlut, Darinanantly cured by tha uee of tha
aiKlanie iVfard wrth Yleaanra to the ftlltrwia; caid
tl one of the beat druggiuu In the city i k .
"We, tha andnnlffnad. are ant In the habit of
liif our iiiiiiin to Patent Medicine; but knowing well
ilt lady Vhyetoien, ud the medicine oaUed tha
'tarlne fclb.fr,. we oliSHrtully rcn.m!ind It to all fa
mulefl Muft.rliig from tViuale I)laea(ea of any kind; it
In purely TegvUble, and In no cam can do injury; we
avy to all try. and our word for It, you will And relief.
F. P. HILL, Druggist,
M()ornrof riflh and Baee-atreeta."
9. B.Kr sale at tha principal office, J4A West
1 .ith ithotwfstn baceaud Elm ; EDWABQ SCAN
LAN ft Co.cnrnttr of Main and fourth -at. T. D.
HILL, wrnnr oi Race and Fifth-ste, and drug
gists gonarally throughout tha city and oouutiT. .
Wlca, OK JiT POLLAB PKB BOTTLK. V
nadaiao BLl.lii haa raturuod fnm the Bouth and
ihii r ronnd a W -moe, 144 Wi alxthVt.. at
ftiltfmea.-t :,. .. ,, , : .... . , tX7
AftTH0LOUT.ifADAIHB BKLI. RB.
6PEOTJ1 Li LLT Mkiuuttca UkU aha commence!
builDMe agal'i. auu can, tu fuund at hor reidiie,
hv. 4T,iu the wvst side of Jones-etreeti hetworn
l.mn and- Out'a and Liberty and Wude. whre nha
firtolls put, areaHiitaud futora aveute by plant ta,
pulmistry, or by cards. To all thoaa who nay wish
n rnasnt. nor on toe iuck oi oaainesa, or any unaer
'iking. journyei lawsuit. Ioto. Kiatrinwiur. lot
Vry tlrbw. mHoet aatinfactlou will ha given.
rioim irom a. w. to v r. n. irioea tow Fit tee
veuH iur rannmg ina ttHusrt oa in aa
W-iti tonNfjAN. KNTIHTN.'15
.Woat HUth-atiWlXetwaen Baca f
and Elm, ll-aerta Artlbolal Toatb in all tha kunib
ll(airant atylaa now prauticed. Peraona In
veut of Teeth au Lava titalr wlaliaa fullr oaat al
f bla offlo.
Aliortfalloaa la Pantlatry performed. . Jra-om
(Bnocamor at Knowltoa A Tail,)
; CINCINNATI, O. '
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.,
OFFICB NO. 00 WEST BKVKKTJH-flT.
Lwtwottti vlua and Kaca. Beaideuca K. 10'A
Wet bTeutU'traet. batwabn Tine and ilaoa. Omoa
hour. 7,H to H A. M.I IX to tH P. M. to 1 1. M. ,
'WILLIAM HI. IIUNTEHV
Retail Grocery Card, ;
0. 8uar......, , too.
PrveerrluK do M..10ao.
Cnubed, Powdorad, ,
Lout uud Oran'd ;1lD.
Bio G"tl"o ....IS, ICo.
Java UoUoa.M.M 18, 2I0.
V. H. T.i to, 60, oo.
J. P. and lup. do ,oc.
Black d. S so, tiic.
Cieua and Cboo'u.,...Hc
9taiCU .A, dc.
Btr Soap ...a, ft, 7, ao.
Caatlla aoao ......lac.
f odlaa Tallow, a. .uo.
, Blar.,... aoo.
Byrnp..a ....110, 60o,
llolaaaea - .JOo.
Zae to Curraiiu A, To.
Leghorn Citron .n..nJSo.
Bohemian Prune...... 100.
Turkieb Prnnea .......190.
Hi) nub Kallua.,.MH..ltu.
SpanlJh Filial t... a.. .loo.
Oraaui N "'nli..i,Ma.
Taxaa M it,
Cauarr bead , flo,
Udiup KuhU . fv
booM..........u, is, ana
Salad Oil m. Wo.
riJar Vinegar ..., w.
Plckl4 Iurk .10o.
fatla Bait, pat lagloc.
Fiuklaa. l'ru,rroa. Peuper.natice, KatrhnM, Hub
taid. .. (um f j W. I). DB IWi 1 Wnlunt-at.
,K VAP" H M A ! iH,ltll
WW Tt li l iuuFi -Woel aiiia of Vma-l., uulvcua
BUtU and btnunl'b.Tiia Mtiiataenlb Anuiltd Hea
alcit of titlr InetltnlloB will ooniMu.uoa m UOM
1AY, BaptamtMir a, prozlaio, at H A, M., ai4 ill
conrluua twitha faruaa at CbrUtuaa) to JuuoiMj,
leal. J jindiiltloa to tba rreuniilit. Dd tharouib
coora of ataW karatulare -tau.ht, arraaiavauinta
Xav baan uimo for tlva more Mijot-lat lu.trui:tlin of
ill tb lvu!tr iillce 111 Vm)ai Mu.lo,ln allamahtatT
rawinp;, "tiaa f aatra ctntma, aud lu ayniuaatlo
asercieae. Ettaurir liaproTuu.aata baaa Umji aiada
In tha birdliif'bi'Ufa. (laa baa l,u lntrducd.
aaaiaa a4ud, ale. slto nnaniieoiii for bouid, In-BUUi.-tlon
and f'varuoiil la aubetinllallr aa laat
Yaar Fiw furtuar lutoruiMtloa. applr at th Col-1
Trie. or by latlaa, Jof clr.:ulii, ta 1 1 Proldut.
aT7NOrj"K CKACJK'Niri.al.-jrwr aiB
i( aic, IU.Oaaja
a i. a mm t'ttf a
. it'ltnUU f.r.., a. t,j ti-S
Linu Miawa 7 mlantaa raster tbaa City tin,)
riSOA.M., 10 A.M. and 11 P. . Ckdumbna Ao.
noaamodattoB, 4 I". M. Xrala Arooaaatodatloa,
Cmcianaii, Haii,to Aa DirToH-iT nlnataa
fnator tbaa Clir tiaM, A. H., Ti30 A. M., 30
r. M. and 0 P. K. UaaiUloa Aooosnaaodatlon, 8 A.
M. and 3S0 r M.-c . , , -
Oam an Miaaiamm Irf anlnntea alower tbaa
Clip ilma.J ttita A.BL aad f i35 f. at. amtarlUa
Aooaiadatlon, 9 P. at. .
iKmajtamaj ' aanr OawraTitaT BoM-Lora-u
Uaotaa atowar tbaa Clip ttata, fti40 A. at., 1 liSO
A. M, and P. M.
kTuiarr ajr Cltna.i (7 arlatrt natter thai
Wty flB, Oil.l A. M. aad 3i.l P. K.
Ootiaorow a a Lniaaiua (Ulry Hat, Si49 A.
M. aad lat'AS P. at. ' ,..;,. .;
Uranfawam. KrniaKma aa IalABAroi.ia O A.
kt.,ii30 P.M., 0P.lt. if .... , ,
. OMcnraATf A LooAjiaroar-froa 81xth-trt
bopot-e A. M. and 0 P. M.
LrfTLi Hiabi-3S0 A. at, 8 A, at, 1 Ii04 A. M.
aad 4i40 P. M. .,
Ohio ADMiiaain-Ti30 A. H., l'Jis t. tt.
and OiSO P. at. .- . . , ..... .
OiaomaATt, HiaitToa aa 0ttok-Ti4II A. St.,
10i40 A. t., 1 P. M., SiilO P. K, 739 P. It. aad
Oil V. At. ,. .. , r
1kdiaamlh ami - OraniaiiATi lOtlt A. M.i
4 P.M. and UP. M.
MtaiiTT aaa Cuoimati-J0i3 A. M. aad
IS P. Mv t r - '
jnrTo iajia Lauuiirroa IOiSS A. and
OiaonrBATi, Kioaaoas Ait taaiAiiAPOMa ft4S
A. ., P. M430P. M.. .
CntoamiATt aa LoauaroaT-rrom bUtbtreei
Ti48 A. M. aad ftSS P. M.
TRAINS ARRIVE. POST OFFICE BULLETIN.
afAiL-Amra 3iS0 A. M. and4t40 P. M.i
eloajaatl A-M.aadSP.M. ; . . :;y .
( BilriMoaa, WaainaTo an Waaiuaa. Ar
rtTk at SiSO A. M.i oloa at 8 P. M.
. 8a. Loon aaa Lotrmriua. ArrtT' at U A. M.
aad 10 P. M. oloaea at 1 A. M. and 4 P. M. '
.. Caioaao a NoaTa-warr. ArriTra at 11 A. M.
and 10 P. M.i doaaa at A. M. aad 4 P, M.
There were forty deaths in Merdpbil, Tenn
during the week ond'ng the 11th mat.
Fonr deaths occurred from Bun-stroke in
Mew York hut Thunday. w .
The New York papert report a great reri
Talin the ehip-buildiDg trad. There are
tome ten large veaaels on the stock. .
population of Cleveland is estimated at
o,(K"J, altuongn toe census Has not yet been
completed.,,,. , ,TJ. R .,
Mian M. A. Harking, an Irish prima donna
of much distinction in the British Provinces,
is Shortly to appear in Boston. ' ' " '
- The Overseers of the Poor of Rockingham
Countyi.VaV, have purchased A farm fcr $20,
000, forhe use o the popr.. ,f )-f-
. th popnhttion of Terr Haute. Ind., is'eav
tlmateu By one of the Peputy Marshals at
lyoo.v-ci'U .ci5;-:.'Ai-i.oo v.' ,a-.ij;
; Ex-Chancellor Stephen Cocke, a welt
kuown citizen of MisaisaippL died of cholera
morbus, in New Orleans, a few days since.
At the recent Stevens book sale in Lon
don, several autographs of Washington wete
sold. One of them brought $56.
" Th Mormons have 'gone to work sguin on
their temple in Salt Lake City, which does
not look tike emigration. ' .
The Norwich (Mass.) Aurora says : Why is
It that Lincoln can't run ? Because his boott
' The loss by the recent fire in Salisbury,
ML, by which sixty houses were destroyed,
was about laOOpOOO. , . .' . A ., .,.
' James M. Whitney, one of the most exten
sive peach-growers in Western New York,
has sold the entire crop of his orchard ai
ttocnester, at w per Daskek. ,
'! Rer. Hr. Sheehan, of California, is the -reported
bridegroom to whose fortunes are
now allied the fame, name and reputation of
Mrs. Emma Cunningham Burdell, '.
A young woman, named Simmons, was bru
tally violated and dangerously injured by
two men, hear South Braintrea, Mass.,' a day
or two ago! a - a 1 i. a . 1 1 a j v J "
I Dysentery is prevailing to an alarming ex
tent iu .Buchanan County,. Va. At Orundy,
theoonnty seaVithas already proved fatal to
four or five individuals.
I W learn that $2,566,000 have been sub
scribed in Louisville, to tha increased stock
of th Commercial Bank, although $250,000
h al) tbt was allotted to that city.
j It Wal ascertained by a census of the State
Of Maryland, taken in 1782, that there were
then in the State 170,688 white inhabitants,
and 83,862 negroes.;-.. 1 : fi-V O '1 '!')
Th report which Jibs' lately been in circu
lation to the effect that Mr. Ten Broeck has
(old "Umpire" to a sporting1 English "noble
man, is without foundation, ,
1 Col. j. P. Thompson, of Oweusboro. Ky.,
has sold bis celebrated Jack, ''Emperor,' sev
enteen bands high, and one or the finest
peoimeaf hs fa for $9,000. f H ty,
' ! may not b geuerally known that the
highest speed ever attained by a horse was
four miles o eleven and a half minutes, or
at the rate of thirty-three miles an hour.
- Thaddeus Hyatt has gone to Kansas' to in
vestigate the truth of the statements regard
ing the destitution caused by the drouth in
the southern part of the Territory , , ,
' The 'highest speeU of tha locomotive, well
authenticated, was on one of the English
lines,- at th rata of seventy-eight miles an
h-owav. ., .
Th Houston (Texas) TeUgrapk says that
General Houston will doubtless withdraw
from the Presidential rac after the August
eleotion. .'-- v -ii uii.i.
i There resides at East Saugus, Mass., a lady,
who,, during the forty years of her wedded
life, has ntver been klsxed by her husband.
He is a man of sense and taste.,,. .
There aro now in actual running order in
Philadelphia, 19 passenger railway companies,
with Sua ears, 2,214 horses and 1,623 men em
ployed. There are 160 7-40 miles of singl
track; -iA, ,'" ' j I"- ' t ' .
An Augubnrg 'ptiper' reports tha Chines
EmbaisaUur, llien-iang, dead .ox- dying.
Should it b confirmed, it is possible that th
Allies may receive propositions of peace from
Peking !),',. 'ir y. ,t .-o srvJn flt
" Governor Banks,"1 of MaMaohuettv was
made au LL. D., on Thursday, at Amherst
College, having but a few days previously re
ceived a similar compliment from the Uni
. Tne Montreal' rTtrrtaas Bay R10 affairs of
the Grand Trunk Railway appear to b ap-;
proaciunz a crisis, ana It 1 goruy auuci.
vated that tha whole ooncera will b sold for
An unuaualiy larve number of barns have
been struck by lightning and consumed la
tb eaulei n . sectioa .of
Penntylvanla , th
present season. 1
Th ltitens or Mlddlatown, Mass., are1
about to erect oxtenaiv uail works at that
plain, a joint stuck company with a capital,
01 eo'o) aarifiB yan, jufiptt ror. Mat pora.
, .... ,. ... ..... .,t . . 1 i' 3t I t
. ... .... , a . . ic, t ,1 N
i rraaaa law Wt aaal l,.a w .tJ ....
Description of the Massacre at Damascus
Fearful Scenes of Murder. Rapine
The following are extracts of a letter dated
July lOJ'puhllfhed in the London rma,
from a European resident in Damascus to a
friend in Beironb , , !, , ., , . .'
1 A Tew minutes after I closed my letters of
yesterday an uproar commenced in the street
opposite my house. - The Moslems, men,
Women and boys, began to amemble, crying
out that all should go to the Christian quarter
to plunder, burn aud massacre, and threaten
ing not to leave house or a Christian. 1
went to the strent and spoke to some of them,
hoping it would come to nothing. It grew
rapidly worse. Every one Was calling to
others not to come without arms, and the
women were violently exciting the men.
There was some fear expressed of the soldiers,
but most declared that the soldiers would not
interfere with them. I now found it prudent
to take the advice of some of my neighbors,
and keep inside my house. The street pass
ing my house is about the shortest road from
the Shughoor and the Mcedan, tho two worst
districts in the city. Soon after I went Into
my house the ruffians began to return from
the Christian quarter with burdens of plun
der; while the number running toward it
were increasing, and threats, imprecations
and yells were numerons and loud. -.
Every sort and size of thing was carried
past my house mares and goals, gold and
old Iron nails, silks and cottons, cbusts large
and small, tables, chairs, books and every
imaginable article. There was a regular
stream of these plunderers post my door till
after sunset nearly five hours. Afterward
they came fewer, but they never ceased all
night, and with the dawn they again in
creased. As soon us they had plundered
some of the bouses they set them on fire.
During the night, though there was clear
moonlight, the flames presented an unbroken
arc of a circle, as viewed from my roof, of
more thou 70, extending from a little
north of Bab-Shurky to the extreme north
point of the Christian quarter. Toward
morning the aro became shorter, partly be
cause it bad been steadily approaching me,
an4 the Christian quarter as it comes this
way grows narrower, and, perhaps because
the line of the fire was not sweeping all the
houses on the north border of the quarter. ! :'
Toward morning the dames alm.becam
lower, or less -violent, on most .parts ol
the line, and fewer houses were in flames at
once. Still the fire is raging fearfully. There
has been an increasing tumult of cries of the
fire, of breaking open houses, Ac, all mingled
up together.-, leave tto- meabg of guessing
the amouutof murder committed. Last uiglit
comparatively few appeared to have "been
killed, but there is said to have been more
butchery this morning. I can not go out of
my door without being in the midst of these
hellish ruffians, thirsting and crying for blood
and plunder. If oue of the native Christians
in my house were to go out, I believe hoconld
not reach the corner of the street alive. So
my means of information beyond what I se
and hear of the flames, and tumult and plun
der, are very limited.
"" ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 1 1 1- .
The Order of Knighthood Conferred on an
American Sea Captain by the Portuguese.
- - Walker,
on her last voyage from Calcutta, All la with
th Portuguese- brig-of-war Mattduyo, in a
linking condition, she having bean caught in
a severe gale on her passage from China to
Lisbon. In the bight of the Worm, and at
a great risk, ' Captaiu Walker Succeeded in
rescuing all the officers of the brig, nine In
number, and fifty-five of the remaining por
Uon of the brig'a uimpauy, including two
women. Forty-eeveo of the persons on board
the Portuguese brig went down with her, in
spit of the exertions of the captain, who lost
one boat and had another stove in the attempt
to save the entire company, and also split
several sails, and sprung the miuen-mastoi
bis vessel. On Wednesday a letter wad re
ceived by th Collector of th port of Boston
from th State Department at Washington,
containingthe gratifying intelligence that the
Portuguese Government had noticed, In an
appropriate and complimentary manner, tb
efficient and humane services of Captain
Walker and his subordinate officers on the
occasion referred to. The Portuguese Minis
ter: in bis letter communicating the fact, al
ludes in terms of praise to the noble conduct
of Captain Walker, and expresses his gratifica
tion at being able to state that he has been
made by his home government a Knight of th
Flower of the Sword.
The first and second mates, Thomas H.
Griffin and Edward A. Hnll, also received
splendid silver medals from the Government
of Portugal. . .. . . ,
i Fbabpdt. Tornado Nsw Yon Stats
Ghiat Daaiaos to Propbrtt. On the 7th
inst. a most destructive hurricane swept
through the towns of Walworth, Walldon
and Sodus, in Wayne County, N. Y., doing
frightful damage to every thing in its way.
Houses were unroofed, barns demolished,
trees torn up by the roots, completely de
vastating a. large section of country. It
path was over two miles wide, and was in
nearly a . straight line from Walworth to
about the center of the town of Sodus, when
It suddenly turned toward Lake Ontario,
which it probably struck not for from Sodus
Point. ,.... .. , ; , 1. . 1 . .
t Th south part of Sodus village presents
the most frightful spectacle. Extensive
tracts of woodland were leveled with the
ground, and largo orchards completely uprooted.-
Scarcely a rod of fence is left stand
ing throughout the whole district over which
the whirlwind passed. In some oases fence
rails were carried more than thirty rods by
the terrific force of the wind. Trees more
than two feet in diameter were twisted into
splinters. - The trees are fallen in all di
rections, showing that it was a whirlwind,
aad not a gal. It was accompanied by
tremendous storm of rain and hail. - ' -i
.. 11 1 " 1 1. ' . . v .'V
. SkAkCHINO PQllHlDDlN TRIABUBau IN PlTTS-
BtTRQ. a discharged. Penitentiary convict,
who died few days ego at Alleghany City,
confessed to his attendant just previous to
dying, that there was bnried in a vault, be
neath thId United States Hotel, a keg of
specie, amounting to $30,000, which hod been
stolen from a packet boat on th canal before
the dark of railroad communication with the
East, ind that it hud been secreted in the
vault, which has since been filled up with
ashes and rubbish The party who obtained
this rsloabl seoret has been digging in .the
aforesaid vault for two or three days' past,
but as yet ho ha not met with any success.
T n'i 1 . 1 1 a 1 ,1 . , . .
Supposid MooDBD or a Warn Ma it a
Nkap.0. In Cleveland, -in this State, on
Thursday evening, William Salmon, a tailor,
was stabbed four times and killed in a drink
ing saloon, in Seneca-street, as is supposed,
by a negro known as Thomas Coft'e. . .
Has DaaTkOkao t LioaTiima. The bora
of Wm. Oliver, of Morrow County, in this
State, was struck by lightning on Tuesday,
and. with its oonteuta, 1.000 bushels of oats,
200 bushels of wheat and a largn 'quantity vt
hay, waaoonaumnd. . y.j y .
1 TeiB- BuiTiaa- GovsaHatsMt. Ph.yioi.u'
fcillY AlAkaikuATbe deoreuat) of tnioV!r 'l
milk" alarms the iaritiah Government, who
ropeiftly.kpriohited oommisaton; tp Inquire
Into the ruautls of excessive labor'id factories,
and th welfare of Women generally.
.,,'. r'ri'M ! ""H j .
DiAT6J a HosJio Hoitiis. Th boraeS
horn, belonging to Go pd win k Co.'s Royal.
Mnagrle, died k lew day sine. It was
the only iuoiuin of ifa kuid in tturopa, knd.
waa imrrfirtnd hut av Can. ManlKi ai n -A a
Altai rttf aotna inOOV'' - - !
-jv-f.-rii'1"H ja mux,-.
it . t .
JJ-J J .-5a.a
laittWa tuaf '
I.. ..jj-k . ,m. .at aJ.J ai
kt-VePl a-taa a.
Peculiarities of the Magnetic Telegraph
Reading Dispatches by Election Shocks
Through the Body.
r Few of orjr readers are probably aware of
th mod of reading dispatches described in
Ihe following extract from Prescott's Inti-p-esliug
work, the Wttory 0 the EUtUie TrL
tgraph) u i- t :
There Is, however, still another mode of re
ceiving Intelligence in connection with the
Morse lines, besides those already described;
namely, by means of th passage of shocks
through the system, This, we presume, has
often been accomplished by different persons,
although we have not been aware of the
fact.; Mr. Milliken, of the American Tele
graph office in Boston, asenre n that he one
read the greater part of a dispatch as it was
passing over the wires between Boston and
Portland, and that he beard the Portland
operator respond "O K" (all right) to it, while
he was seated ujion the draw at Mystic River
bridge, and held the end of a wire in each
hand; thns passing the current through his
body, and enabling him to read th letters by
the duration and number of shocks which he
received. , . ,
We have succeeded; Upon severnl occa
sions, In receiving message in this mauner,
whon we have been at a distance from an
o3ioe, and wished to obtain information in
regard to the state of the line.
Not long since, we had been annoyed upon
one of our wires by a vary bad earth-current,
and, none of the repairers being able to
find the difficulty, we Institnted a search for
it. Finally, upon arriving at Neponset, we
opened the circuit of the draw, aud inquired
Of the Boston operator, by touching the ends
of the wire together in the proper time, if
the earth-current was between us and the
Boston ofiiet). or beyond. This he could at
one tell, by my opening the current dis
connecting the wires, if he got none, then
the trouble was beyond. This was important
for ns to know. He replied that he did get
an earth-current, when we opened the circuit.
We asked if it was very strong. "Yes he
replied, "nearly as strong as when yon
close." . .
. An this, the reader will understand, we
received through our system, and Inter
preted by the duration and number of the
- Fiohtino Dukls lit Nbw Oriiaks. The
New Orleans correspondent of the Charleston
(S. 0.) Cbwrt'r writes in a late letter that
some or tne jonng men of the Crescent City
"have been righting, or trying to fight duels
this hot weather, j Yesterday there was
afloat a rumor that a most determined affair
was to come off between two of our Second
District merchants. Rapier t were to be the
weapons, and the light was to be 0 Voutranee,
and was to bo continued until one or the
other party was slain. But the seconds
found menus, il is pleasant to know, to com
promise the difficulty, aud to prevent the
bloody engagement contemplated. To-day,
I learn, another affaire if hermtur isoomingoff
over at Algiers, the parties being two gentle
man who were prevented from fighting yes
terday. On that day two down-town young
gentlemen fought with small swords, there
having been a previous coning affair, of the
merits of which I know nothing. One of the
combatant was wounded in the sword-arm,
and a reconciliation of matters ensued. Hot
work this, with the mercury at 00s above
tero."i i" ) - i
kl-r-i " . 1 1 1 ,, . . .
oswrH's' Lov or Amkrica His Us
KHow FatrND. Kossuth, with the' few re
maining members of bis family, were in Paris
at last aomtims. It is said that the Illustrious
Magyar frit keenly the death of his ulster, and
that when he read tbe account nf tha attan.
tidn and respect ntamfeatcd by the gentlemn
01 orooaiyn nt ner runerat, ne wept and ex
claimed "Oh, that their people were my
people, and their God my God." From some
mysterious source Kossuth receives quarterly
$1,000, the accompanying note Indicating
simply that it is from a friend in America, and
that it is intended for his personal expendi
tures.1 ' ' ' .
! '-' '
'Attsmptkd Assassination A Virginia
Sbiripp Shot. The Lynchburg (Va.) cor
respondent of the Richmond Dispatch states
that Wm. Parrish, Ex-Sheriff of Appomattox,
was shot at one evening during the present
week, while nromenaditiir in the vard Im
mediately In front of his dwelling. Four
shots took effect on his person three on his
face, about, the tcmplo, and the other in his
ehlo. The greater portion of the shot lodged
in tbe paling of tho yard; otherwise it is
inougai mui ue must nave been instantly
killed. .Hiswouuds, under the present .cir
cumstances, arc Buid to be of a serious char
acter. - "
J A FoRTllCOKINO Fasbionablb Mard'aWm
Paris. One of the chamberlains of the
French Emperor is soon to lead to the hy
meneal altar the onlv daughter of tba emi
nent (Professor Veipcau, of the faculty of
ui) nwi una avijuireu a large fortune, ana
gives the bride -a marriage portion of $200,
000, with a eroauaaou of 50.000& A majority
of the functionaries attached to th Court
ar gentleman of small fortune. , This acqui
sition is justly considered a decided windfall,
j -Jirt a 1 aa. 1 1 .
! Invlation or th Niw Yobk Stock
MAkKBT.."3aratoga" and "Newport" ean't
long stand such a stock fever, says a New
York paiier, aa we record to-day. Bulls and
bear will all.be back when they read th
Exprru. The telegraph companies am mak
ing a little fortune in telegrams to and from
the operators. We hear of one gentleman
whose difference in gain- was $9,000, caused
by tb storm of Saturday interfering with
the wires, and stopping the execution of his
Orders to buy. ; ... v v -i. .
I Diath or ACATHOLioPniibT. Rev. Edward
Damphonx, D. IX, a well kaown Catholic
priest of Baltimore, died in an infirmary there
recently, where he had been sick for tie past
two years. Dr. D. was born in Franca, but
went to Baltimore over thirty years ago.
Through his instrumentality the St. Joseph's
Church was built, and he continued th pastor
for many years, . . - i ! -., ..: ji
Qutraoi Upon a Cimitkht. A few nights
ago, three villains entered St. Joseph's Ro
man Catholic Cemetery, situated immedi
ately .outside the limits of Brentford, Minn.,
and pursued th work of destruction therein
by . aulauiiiK icrave-elouea, tearing ui and
breaking into pteceq crossea, injuring trees
-Dooola. Hcao and BtuiNaio-iN Erriav
toe Ucala trio.) Companion tatek that on
tnurnuay pignt, last week, uougias was buns
in effigy in that place, while Johnson lay at
me ioornr ana are- 100am ap- tn aespair,
On the following night the figures were com
mitted to th flume. '
,, Good, and Iht-Lucx rkott a Fail. A day
or two ago. Wm. Tecl fell from tha ladder. 1
a shnft leading to tb tunnel at Oxford, War.
ran Conuty, N. J., a distance of eighty rest,
and was inautntly killed. . James WcLoughln
full th same distance, but escaped with slight
"' RApinf LoAorNO or a Vakiiat. The Chicago
journal 01 lata oat says, wnne in uark
Great Weet was loitdinsr at Sturtrea. Buck
ingham at Co.'l warehouse, 22,000 bushels of
cum wr placed in tho bold of tho vessel in
the short space of fifty minutes, the quickest
' 1 1 iaa 1 1 II 1 1 1 n 1 1 -a
Ds8TktjCTiT$ " IncmuUbx '" Fikt.-The
Hucktoberrr Coal-breakar.- iiaar llannrd,
Chattk, Pen a , we set oa fir a tw days
sine, and 'totally detrflyav'?ho loss is
stated t 40,000, and $1,000 rsward tt of-
tvraa ror ui arrm 01 10 isoanaiarr. m ,v
ltp a. a., (...., '--t.iMfii,
President Buchanan's Visit to the Great
Eastern—Interesting Exchange of Courtesies.
The Washington (D. C.) Statu, of th 10th
inst. observes: ' "
The President and Miss Leu, accompanied
by Mrs. Cobb, Secretary Toucey, and a dis
tinguished party, left this city yesterday
uiu. . u g , miwii uaui-pw. avrou u ciuca, uy
special train for Annapolis, to visit the
monster steamship Orrof Aaafarn, now on
exhibition there. Arriving at Annapolis at
half-past nine o'clock, the President was re
ceived at the depot by the officers of the
Naval Academy, and conducted to the house
of Captain George 8. Blake, the worthy
superintendent 01 that establishment."
After a short rest, attended by Capt. Blake
and other naval officers, he went on board
the screw-tender Anaooetia, commanded by
Lieut. T. Scott Fillebrown, which was lying
at the wharf at th. foot of the Academy
f rounds, which, soon after the President and
lis party had embarked under a salute of
twenty-on gnns from, the revenue cutter.
p teamed down the Severn toward the levia
than steamer, which was lying at anchor in
the roads, at a distance of about five mile.
wnen tne Anacattta approached tbe Great
Saltern, the latter ran uu the American an.
sign, and fired a salute of twenty-one gun.
The President responded by proposiug
"tbe health of th illustrious Sovereign and
and estimable lady. Queen Victoria," which
was drunk with all the honors. Judge Ma
son, Collector of the port of Baltimore, pro
Kised "th health of the officers of the ureal
Katttrn," to whioh Captain Ball responded in
feeling and appropriate language, remarking
in conclusion that "he bad always.regorded
a voyage to th United States as necessary to
complete his nautical experience, and that if
una, nut nrsi visit, suouia also b bis last, he
should ever retain the most grateful recollec
tion of it." ; .
The President exnressed the horja that this
would not be the last vioit of the Great Eatt
cm to our shores. He hoped that, if the pro-
oiem wnicn was suggesiea to mm by a lady
during the day "would it pay?" wore once
satisfactorily solved, the Great Eattern would
become a regnlar trader between tb United
States and England, and maintain constant
intercourse Between botb countries for the
benefit and advantage of each.
After taking leave of the dime tora and
officers of the Great Eattern, to whom he ex
pressed the ploosure ho had derived from his
visit to their ship, and his thanks for their
kind attention, be returned on board the
.-inuouetia, wuica unmeaiauuy noisteu tne
British Sag, and as she steamed away re
turned the salute of the British steamer. . .
After steaming slowly twice round her, the
Anacottia ran alongside, and the President
and his party went on board the Great
Eattern, being received at the gangway by
Cant. J. Vine HalL Han. Cant.
V., Mr. Gooch, and others of tha Board of
Directors or tbe Uomnanv. As tha Pre dent
appeared on the deck the band played "Hail
Columbia," and continued to perform na
tional airs while the President was conducted
tnrougb tb ship, and shown the wonders of
this greatest effort of naval architectural
skill and science. ... ' ... .
When the President and those who accom
panied him had visited all tho points of in
terest in the ship, under the courteous and
intelligent guidance of Capt. Hall, they wero
conducted to the saloon, where a sumptuous
collation was prepared for them. Capt. Car
aegis occupied the head of the table, and at
the conclusion of the repast, proposed the
health of "our illustrious visitor, toe Presi
dent of the United States," observing that
he would make no prefatory remarks, in
obedionce fo the etiquette which prevails in
Europe and which prescribe that toasts to
the health of rulers of nations be proposed
without preface or comment. - - -
lMMBNak Distances op th Fixd Stabbv
The only mode we have of conceiving such
intervals at all, is the time which it would
require for ' light to. traverse them. Now
light, as ws know, travels at the rate of 192,
000 mile par second. . It would therefore
occupy 100,000,000 seconds, or upward . of
.me jcara, in eucu uuixacy, - a tne- very
lowest estimate. - What, then,, are w to
allow for the distance of those innumerable
stars of the smaller magnitudes, which - the
wiaapope atscieses to as e It we admit th
light of a star of each magnitude to be half
iuat h me magniiuue next above it, it will
follow that a (tar of tho first magnitude will
require to be removed to 362 times it distance
to apnear n larger then on of tbe sixteenth.
It follows, therefore, that among the - count
teas -multitudes of such' stars, visible by
telescopes, there must be many whose light
has taken a thousand years to reach us. and
that, when w observe their places and note
their changes,' we are, in fact, reading only
their hitlory if a f Aotudtio yeari date,, thus
wonderfully recorded. ,r '
' Sam or DittTmoi'WHXD Autoouaphs in
Pasis. There was a publio sale some days
ago in Paris, of autograph letters and sigmt
tures of noted characters, some of whom have
passed away, and some still living. Although
the mania for collecting autographs is as
strong here, pethapa, as any where in the
world, th prices, on this occasion, were ex
ceedingly low. Original, letter of the poet
Chateaubriand, and th celebrated monk,
Father Laoordoire, brought only five francs
each, on of Gerard da Nerval, the talented
young author, who committed suicide a few
years ago, was sold for four francs,, while the
signature of Arago, La Bedoyere, Prince
Cuu'torsyski, Orfili th Couutesa GulcciolL
(Byron's there amie Marshals Vaillant, Niel
and Rernault do St. Jean d'Angely, were
knocked downat half a dollar each. Guiaot'a
name brought forty conta, and ' Cousin's
twenty-five cents. - Not very complimentary
to the great folks. . . -. ,
Fouk Innoobnt Yoono Man Shot at a South
Bkst 0HABiVAki-Great excitement was cre
ated tha other night la th neighborhood of
Freetown, La. opposite New Orleans, by th
shooting of four young men, who were
attracted , to tho place by .th doings of a
charivaii party, and who were non-participa
tor in the frolic and wero merely looking
oa when they were fired at and wounded by
Joseph Hoech. One of tha wounded, Au
gust Xoerner, will Dot survive, bat th
others were not dangerously hurt Hosch
was arrested, and bars escaped lynching.
: Parbioids in Indiana Focr Brothrrs in
tbb Sams Jail. Some days ago, a man
named Horton was killed by hi own son, in
Olity County, Indiana, in a quarrel about a
pistol, which the father desired to take from
the aoo, to prevent his killiug somebody with
it. The parricide was lodged in jail; aud in
the tarn jail were three of his brothers, on
of them eonbned for theft, and th other two
for obstructing legal process.' Foar brothers
in jail at the same time; for different offenses,
is a spectacle not often Witnessed.
.-. i. 1 'l aiii. , ..aui.yuH
Saklotm Aooidant a a PotMAiaiiiavMi
Three parsons, two men, nam onkaowa,
and H. A. Keymoac, : a, lad of olevoa years,
war seritHudy injured at a pole-misiag at
Marion, iu this Butte, tm Saina-day,, by th
npper section of th uol fkUius? wba about
...w.v-u.w . - uiou. prill preo-
ably recover, but the Ws skull was terribly
tweoty-fiva feet higl
h,. . l'h men will prob-
- Ill WI VCtl.IN flSW URXSANS.a-Ak
affair of bouor cams off near New Orleans on
Saturday, - between ,Nloa Galabert. kqd
Pietr MaMfioni. , Tho weapons were oolicht
Bards(smallswordfcl. ami k.ih ntlmn
caived wounds of k slight but suihcienl etfuct.
to settl tit hastil saaatiatat. Air 'a wri.nnrf I.
I to tho sw4-anaod Jdft U. 4, tbo ht
I l4 ' "IUA..U -JI .0 iaah S) Mti i aiaW
av raoi i-,i, tju-m n arr .a-ri-wii
i . uf' 11. m , aw.a-.-ab aj i.-.j
00,1-v.nvt Vl ii . IkaJ u aa. j,u.bi.
Jtel k AwaV :
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Two Days Later from Europe.
ARRIVAL OF THE PERSIA.
Nkw Vobx, August 15. Th steamship
Ferna, from Liverpool on th 4th, tia Queens
town on tbe 5th, arrived at sevtn o'clock this
The Arabia arrived oat at Liverpool tea
tbe 4th. , .
Reports of the Syrian Conference beg
broken off were unfounded. It Is officially
announced that a protest has been agreed
upon. - Twelve thousand European troops
are to be sent to Syria, remaining there, not
over six months, half to be furnished by
France. . '
Another protocol calls on tbe Porte to
carry out his engagement respecting Chris
tians. Tbe Syrian force is to be under the order
of Commissioners of the great Powers.
1 uo bnirlisli Parliament has airreed to vote
2,000,000 for fortifications. Preparations
are making for a great party battle on the
i ner are rumors or a contemplated inter
view between Ncnoleon and the Oneen of
The Bourse closed firm, at 68t 90c. Tbe
text of the Convention between Garibaldi
and the Neapolitans is published.
A ne evacuation ot Bicily by tb Neapoli
tan! is stipulated. It is asserted that Gari
baldi has transported troops to tho main
The mails from Calcutta to June 19, Hong
Koug June T, aud Melbourne Juue 19, arrived
at Marseilles on the 3d. A great panic ex
isted at Shanghai. The rebels were ap
proaching. Business was suspended. " Ex
change per cent, higher. . . . , i t ) .
Canton tea markets dull.
Exchange unaltered. , Freights at all port
Commercial depression continued at Mel
bourn. Calcutta Exchange, 2s. &. Indigo
prospects more favorable. Trade at Man
chaster continues quiet at about previous
HreadehifftTbo weather continues oold
and showery, and unfavorable for th crop.
The lateness of the harvest was causing some
Richardson, Spence h Co. report Flour not
so much inquiry, but nnchanged in value;
quotation range from 27s. to 30s. Wheat is
in steady demand at previous rates: red 10s.
10d.Us. 2d., and white 12s.12a.vd. per
cental. A fine parcel of Baltimore red, of
th now cror, realized 12. 3d. Corn in
better demand, for feeding purposes, and 6d.
9d per quarter dearer: mixed and yellow
3ti37s white 33s. 6d.34a.
Beef without improvement, buyers still get
ting an occasional advantage. Pork quiet
and unchanged. Lard quiet, but very firm:
sales at6063s. Bacon unaltered. Tallow
in moderate demand at nnchanged rate. , , ..
Good Cheese steady, but inferior dull.
Ashes quiet at 24&.29s. 6d. for both Pots
aad Pearls. 1 ,
Sugar quiet, but foil prices are obtained.
Linseed Oil in better demand at 28s. 3d.
London Market. Baring Brothers k Col
report Wheat steady at 5568s. for American
white, and 5366b. for red. Flour, 2830s.
Sugars inactive, bnt prices sustained. ' Tea
unchanged Congo, Is. M. Coffee firm and
well supported. ....
London Money Market. The firmness iu
the English funds at the date of the last ad
vices wore pretty steadily maintained until
the 3d Inst., when the nuuket broke flat, and
Consols declined per cent, closing at 93 K
for both money and account. Tbe weather
is caiuing soma anxiety, and the brrahreaa en
the Paris Bourse is regarded as an unfavor
able comment on the Kurperor's letters.-. Tb
usual payments on the fourth, of the month
had led to an increase In the demand for
money, but the supply was good and tb rates
unchanged. : ..- . ... , !n, .
Few transactions, however, took place bo
low th bank minimum. .
Messrs. Mowatt, Nickerson Co, an old
firm in th lace trade, hay suspended,- but
the assets would nearly meet their liabili
ties, v. , , ......
I The weekly bank returns show a diminu
tion in the bullion of 155,954.
mcsars. neii, son at to. report as follows I
The market for Amertoaa State aauliritiAa.
during the week past, ha remained vary
steady, and prices stationary. For railroad
sccunuea 01 tue n rswziaaa, mere nas seen
more inquiry, and business has been done at
an advance of about three per cent." .....
! The Convention at Messina stipulate that
4,000 Neapolitans are to guard the citadel,
and sot bombard the city, nnlesa Garibaldi
attacks tha citadel.- Tho outer, fort are 00
dupied by Col. Medici. Garibaldi, upon en
ter in g Messina was received with great en
thusiasm. -- " 1 ' - c
I London, Auffiut 6. A popular movement
had taken place at Arplno, in th Papal
States, but was suppressed. ' Tho Nea
politan troop are being directed to Cala
bria. v -1 " : v- ., .,!, 1
1 Lord Brougham, in the Hons of Lords, oa
the 3d, presented petition from the Anti
Slavery Society, praying that Immediate
step be taken to compel Spain to carry out
ner eu inurements for the auDureaskin nf tha
Slave-trad. .- . - ,,. .
1 News from Damascus of the 17th of July,
announces that the massacres have ended;
the Druses and Bedouins had retired into the
interior, but tbe Ubnstiaus were still con.
ruad Pacba arnved at Beirout July 17. -Sir
Henry Bulwar advises tha Porte to re
call the Grand Viiier.
The Coumtr de Pant, an opposition jour-
uni, una uvea BuppreBaeo.
Ports, iSafurduu-Tke Pa trie aaja the regi
ment intended for Syria left Chalons to-day.
Four steamer, left Toulon yesterday to em
hark trooDS. , 1 .. .
Great agitaUoo prevails In Candia, Jeddoh
and Amlim . .
jvuniaa. Autrutt S. Tlie city la tranmiil .(!
iteiM, July 21. At th disturbance at Ar
plno, the people shouted for Garibaldi. La-
inoriciere had sent troop to Terraclno, . i t;
. IDBUKW, AMgUDV tr HI. 1VITVT UTB RJB1
two inches by the- pier-mark, aud rising
slowly. Weather clear and pleasant1"
St. Lootty August 15 M. River' about
stationary, with seven and a half feet to
P.m.iT.n Am.A IK l Ol M .
bairo. lbe Missouri Is stationary, With
about four and a half feet Weather olear:
T. Mv,wua "i unmjarj JhW -lie'
A Vilcasls Pair o HohA geutlo
man from Ulster Caonty, if. Y-ataa raised a
pair of horses, now thru years old. na of
waiou u ntoaiaen ana a quarten saaus nigu,
kid the other niaateea and a half hand biga
They are both aerfwiUy fomiad,ifull of spirit,
and are Mid to b tb uuaAaur,M( bprniaj
inswortOaK ; y,T .-. i B nj Hnofl .kitaiii
-..'f -.riil 1' 'V Ir. .rS:al-a.-ne.
I ai Old. Was VasoknTh. brig JiVotot
which wa nfgd in eximbat with tho. H'saw,
during th laat war Willi Ergloud, is still in
sxiateno. . Ub fat aw about ktiyrtaro year
old,, aud is wn4 by. th prokiusjo of New
Br una wick,, bite basndcroosnaidaTaole
oaangn in. axternai. arraoKomaat atcaoi bar
fi-Ul With th Mrap.., ho,.;, ..a
1."; !'m..i.i III BBBI II ll.ililil,I..I 1...I
IIlkutxlAN TavaNsaastoB or A Siaa-Boaaa.
Aa lriahasaa kravoling aa his way to 11 aa
eheatr, amrad at tu fork of a road, whore
there stood a alira-board whioh. read Miw-
cttaator four mile "Manubav anr four
mUaal i By th Boint Patriskv I. KBBldbav
eaoght hat sunialf w half i UniKi M S.. T j
ill li:aw.af tw c:, ,i:..g-' w xi j.r, w iu
Si Mvi?;rNl. v 1n-,t .4 ,,!,; ij '.ya
ium p'(.v -j n a.aaa rij i.'.ti s,.i
ill , . ij wii'aoi- tnM.Jtirt i.; n
WHEELER i WILSON S
' PttiNrtpAtjyrrr( o
ten. TT W. WTIlTHJTKBItT,
Vlitm'H OPEHA HOUHli:,
OIKOINNATI. ... . . . .: , .
' Wtalr A ttllaon Snwlna if.rhini. will l-u.
portaat Imrovament. and tn aaaat tha ahmui tat a
food, low.nrlooil Family Maobine, bara Intrrdnoad
ti KW MTYLK. work Iur npon tha aaau prlnelpla, and
tnakln tha aama .tiicb. tluuh no ao kiaaii Ao
labed.at Pirtl IrlVt bdl.rAHH "
1 a ownraoc. nan, nou.luaiaiaM and Imnllrltrol ,
tb Marbina, tba beauty and .treiijrtb of alltrk,
tne um i.a t emaa, ioipoalul to rar.), aa
InaTttitf ao rhaln r riHm. nn lha .,n.l- -4- Ik- -
rflwimr of thread and adaBtabflltv W tn thick eat
r thlunaat Avlirira, baarandetd tbla tha piott an.
oeaeful and popular Panilly dewing tilarblna ao -tada.
Al ourvarlonp orflo-a we wn at Kw Tor arlraa.
and irlT1natraotione, frr of oliarg. ta Mbt par
ehaaera to aaw ordinary aaaiua, beiu, lall, null, '
tatber. Ulna ana tack, all oa ta aama aaaciilaa, and 1 1
Warrant It for tore yaura.
Hand or calf for a rtrcnlaraoatalntn tell kartkyaw
aara, anoaa, aaai iBinniaia. aio, .
tv.ii. unrnit v t-o.
NM 9 8E WINS MAf.'lliNB j,.a.u.
ttrnt - i-ff-v i
IT H Wrjt.t. tVMIl?ltlTnofHIYTHATl .
M FACTUKUKH and all tlMwa who uaa Hiitoar A Ala
sblnaa, that tbey win do -
k SUITER miETT OF WORK, ' .
, ' tVILL 00 MORE WORK. IND
I ' will 00 IT IB BETTER ITtlt
Tbaa can be don on any other Marblna. Rl oil
B'B PAktlliT kt AUUIMBd, 933 and SjrS.
OP-OlDOinnatt OSloa, Mo. g Can rourtbtnaA.
atalO-ar JAW. lSKARION, Awt.'
1 . ,5
dROVER & hakBh
' " ki J c nfraajawTi'a riotilal) r-i
ramllr and Plantation rawing.
TJ'HO'W THB.TERT fltTflRINO
Av manner In wbleh oar n aoklnes liav La ra
oalved by tba public, molting in tb sale of ap
Wrd f . . .
I IWoirt-y Thouwiiaci. ..
W are lad tn baliav that anr i.daainiii te nanofao.
tnre a robiibla Maralne have buen appriM.-latd. Wa
take tkla opportunity a raaiark that tbla toller will -
remain unobauae.1. and that avary Uachina ...14 br
u we ahall not beaitaut lo warrant In er.ry raapona. I
'Tba Urorer A kaka. Faiall. Uahliia hna i.n. ari.
Vantam which la worth, of .twh-I! Hon ,n 1
ditlou to the beaaty.atrearth and alaatloltir it lla
atiUih, and Ibat la, I la adaptall.ia to altber
aMarl.. MawtiKM el VTum, m1L.
Benderlns It. Ibr Family Work, anparlor to any other '
Machine ln th market. - : :
i naciunaa ol avary pattura Conatnntly on axbibt.
nou. for the convenience of imrrheaera.-. Twin. 1
dlaa, aipartene4 In tb aa of them, and court aoua ,
In their uiannora, are conetantly on band to recall "
lady rlalum or purchaser. 10 i .. --
I .: atriENi)FoaACIKcci,AB.-w .,
GROVUR fe iiA.ll JE H .
L ....... SEWING MACHINE CO, . .
58 WEST FOURTH-STREE 'a .,
j . . . jMf
,. . ImnMVAfl navUllllaw4hMarfaa4 . ' "
Family swins HicHxrsil
Ko. Mit rourto-Btreet. '
rirtHWP;. ni want of a ooon nw
la mu BAiaiM ar inyltaa to
ICIlSai ar Invited to namfBe ours
mn paraaaain aiarakar.
JOUVKT ifc CO, ,Aatntw .
It, wis Waal roartb.BSBlalta. ..
TV$ R,pitTIB ntt .TIAMfctr
i . 95,000 feat Tense Ved Cedar, and ta-aala
I"! ti'ZJfrT- " '; '"' --
u" V.OOO Loouat rne. Poaal rfitf kail ll'a tit
.40.0011 f eat reociiuj lljor.Ul ,
OrduM tor (Vftar Harria. Jnl.ta.- Twta. Vliairfa.
Slled at ahvrt aottca. , ,. ,, .. ....
,imi,kh ft. aeua'd l ' and I In. lat eon. Pfna tnniHari -,
lUMKO tti aeaa'd I, IM, S sad S In. clear do. da, ju , c
lm,ooo ft. a:ond antf third ooioui. n J... do.i
twiaj at. viae, tvilat, Oak aad atuaiooa Jotata ak
All walteiin'iil.'ana trill be M hVr 'rV eaai,t'
oaalwttlaia, jwaiekaax.iB ftta- Monk, li ,,,
.-.-i'. Tho W. Firrix. A Qo, ..,,
WBwi4Mivna AuiAMrriip iiaalorkai
u m;- n. oook a oo.r '
w fi-.. pbupbiktobh or ' "
CHEAT WESTKEN PIAKI5H Mill
'"- - WHITKWATriC CKft AI.,
BBXWBU riJ-TN AM SlXTUirilitBTII, t'lk)
id! ci. yuh HVX,Jpii,uj,) .to tj
STM nprrsaaajajflafaS B OH RAVINf Bff.
M. WbibT koau.li.nl buil.lli.a iu III. clty.anl
turlad our attention to preiaa io:ulldltia aaataalaia
of every deai-rlpiiuu. an can eel. iy a.y lu.tt our i.
perlenee In tha bual.iaaa and onr larititlea aval.la as
to oflor luuaoaiaouu to builder la tun oilx o4 at a
dlatanoo uti.urnaaaiMl, If ...nalod, l.y anr othtr iilml.
Wai.-xulialMaaulni tit. Wat.. ....
We also uianntMctui V.-n.-cra of alt dcilpt'.ni
pMd-a.. a Uaad an aaaoatmalitt llab.wau r, ltiar
Wood. Walnut and Oak V.iiioem. Ale... l li, lu tm
M relure.aod Loolttna-alaarf.
I?. k. Wa have jui.t ci.c. lva.1 fc.rty thouan.-l k-t A
Bed fladar. of Duo quality, whirh r oun r.1!!
javrt tbl b,va Ma aOtl) U.aip4
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. lycsirpWCaiisu JiAciini!;!.
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OB ,lll-." 3-wu.ol tl Its s,. HS'O X4
Mir ao .nlow,)r vw fcwoj I 4 la I
Wei .1, tV '.' IJ I1,l1ljj tt: ,k7dl.vlat.
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