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Proprietors V. T. Bmitu, stags MauaeetiJ.
IT. Hbbbkbt, Treasurer.
Success of (he eniragpnient of the yonng Tragedi
enne, illes BATSMAN.
INTENSE BXC1TKMENT I
BfcNEFIT 0 MISS KATE BATSMAN.
THIS EVKNINO, October , and every even
iDg during the week, the greet Play of
tiERALDINK; . .
' Ob, Iovi'a Victobt.
QeraMIn de Lacy, TKrm Bnteman i tidlth de Lacy,
hrr sinter, Mix Hetty Warren ; Joan, her nnrso,
Mr. Tope: Maud, a waiting woman. Miae A.
Kadrllffo: Parid of Ruthin, a We!h Bard, Mr.
H. L. Bnteman: Anselmo, Prior of F. Werbnrgh,
Mr. Sheridan : Iliiliort, a Crusader, Mr Chaplin ;
Bnron de Lacy, Mr. C. T. Smith; (iiMitbo, the
Earl's J ester, Mr. Hale ; Tewaee, a Steward, Mr.
Dnrtng Mine Bateman' engagement sent can be
ccui-ed thro day a in advance.
Doom open at T. Curtain rises at H to S.
TW-ATIONALTH RATEtt.-JOITN RATES,
A Manager i U. IIamlby, trtego Manager,
BENEFIT OF MISS JANE COOMBS,
On which occasion ilie will apppear ae " Ada," In
the new tragic piny, in five acts, written expressly
lor ker, by Mr. Charles Base, entitled
On, Titi Doom or TiRTtii.
She will also appear in her great Impersonation of
41 Constance," In Know lea's Comedy of
THE LOvK CHASE.
Grand Pa de Denx.............3y the Henrado Sisters.
The National Hotel, adjoining the Theater, If
now open for the reception of guests, ftoome can
te obtained by day or week, and meals furnished at
WOOD'S THEATER C O R N E R Off
Sixth and Viue-sts. Lessee and Mannger,
John A. KLi.si.ra, jr. ; Stage Manager, Mr. Bknj.
ii. VouEasi Ireaauror, Mr. 8. 0. J. Xhaysb.
last night but one of the 8TEQBIST AND EAN
FKKTTI BALLKT TttOUPX.
THIS (Friday) EVENING, October 5, the per
formanoe will commence with
MILITARY EXERCISES ON THE TIGHT-BOPE
By M'lle Zanfrettl.
NEW TIGHT-ROPE CHEF D'CEUVRES,
By M'lle MARIETTA KANFRETTI aud Mons.
, ... . ALEX. ZANJRBTTI.
After which the extraordinary gymnastic feats of
THE TWO JESTERS,
By the Sicgrist Brothers.
Aftotwiiicb i 'i r ' .1
,. A GRAND DIVERTISSEMENT, . i
By the entire Company.
To conclude with the dramatic pantomime of
i' THE FOUR LOVERS, :
, Characters by the Company.
Pbiom or Abwibstow.' Dress Circle and Pnrnuette,
59 centa; gallery, So. cents. Doors open at 7
o'c'ocb ; performance to commence at 7 se30
KITH NIXON'S HALL.
t .: : IMMENSK SUCCESS OF " '
T XX IODON'B
MECHANICAL AND PICTORIAL IHUSE
j DM OF ART!,
Uneqnaled In America,
NOW PEN EVERT EVENING, i
With wonderful attraction. '
Doors open at T o'clock ; to commence at 8 o'olock.
AdmUsion S3 cents ; children under ten year,
Exhibitions Wednesday and Saturday at o'clock.
ijpen at o'ciock. oc
TACK MACOONALD AND JIM CtJ-
w Trainers. ana Becona ot ,. .. . ;
JOHN C. HEINAN, THE CHAMPION OF THB
Will take t. Joint Benefit
At Metropolitan liall,
ON 8ATUKDAY EritTriWW, OeTi 9,
On which oecnsion they wfU be assisted by flie
fancy of this city and Tlclnity.
Doors open at 1 o'clock.. Sparring tp oommeno
at A o'clock.
AHmiatitnn An eente.
An toicii police force will b on band to pra-
Berre tne Blrlciest oruer. , u-c-
tiii tfn a a n. n k n tinkt.. be
IwttN Tourlh And Fifth. New Attractions
every Evening. First week of the engngetnent of
. . . . C..T1 . 1! ....VI 1 T i L'CI 0 1 I,.
xne ceieuratea t nana fu.i niiu.J".i anv n -II.
V hn will fflVH&TArietv nf nOTel and interest
ing perforariKDcee eyery night. MiseLIZXlB DON
A 1. iV .1 win Kni-rra ner hwuwd.uk vu ,u
fii.k..la Italunrintf ate 1n ennnection with the
full troupe of performers, who will Tarlety of
nteriainments uur.ug iu. ,ouius-riji1
lag, SiBging, etc. Doors open at 7 ; performance to
commence at 8. Admission only 10 cents ; reaerved
eatsisoenta. uoetery iway.
"il . ,A. PALMER CO., Proprietors.
A8INO.- .. V " x-
lupposite rise s upew-aouse.j
t v : , : :i ti 7 t '1 1
Four SpleBdld Bllllard-taWes!
Will. PHFI.AN'R LAST PATENT CUSHIONS. At
this excellent fialoon, Dnffner' great OROHESe
TK1UM wiu periorm every eveniua. amission
free. - ' ' Bez6-am
bvtKW AND HBAUTIVUL MUSIC-Ji eT
4-w. publisbv; - '- "'. lur-iTrmcTn
The, Maietea'a Prayar," lor A-iant l"!:1.7'uv.l
By BiKlareewslcaj I t f, . :. 1
Each Sigh the Heart will Treasnre."
When Joy's Pnll Tide Is -Rushing." Song,
b..ng. bt bimi. . - . ....--.
IlUIV af i L8 1 1 A rXT T1
aTOLH MEDAL PIANOS THB BfCHT IN
Kw Trk) powerful tuned doubt
ffrftiid-ftctiou Oo u cert Puuvia, pro- nrw tW
canoed by Xliti,Tbalberg Mduthur U Q
aTImt aVrtiHtal th )-Mt -D extlltfiUCA.
Yi will Mil tkrwer fhr eah fiuui aoy other dealer ia
tkaeity. Finond Melodeouc tuued tvad rttpalre4
tkorouaolr. Piaua to lot at frm $t to $16 perquar
is. M UMM'ttl iiintrunientB aellinn at half-DricM. Do
ot bnr or rent a Piaoo until iouhT ctoUed ud ax-
fciBlueC tb aoove.
b BITTING A BBO Sola Arenta,
Piano Dtmlt'ra and Utikur.
1T Mk 07 W. ViftBtrMfc. ntMi Plmo
HAND, IN PACK-
AUES to suit the trade, Vresb-roasted aud
Java and Rio Coffeei and Peanuts.
.iv,.u . . Mace, aud lce Flont.
"IX L" Mustard, ( ; , . . i t
fCiuoiui.ati" Mustard, 'H -i
' Premium" Mustard,
, " American" Mustard,
Baking-powder, .... ...
r Peppar-eanoe, ' f ' ' ' i
t loauato Catsnp, f ; ' ,
YeUuw Mustard-seed, '
Oswego Corn Starch,
Oswctfe Si iver -eloss Starch, , .1.
Oswego ruro Staich,
4 , Harluw's ludigo Bine,
Ac, Ve.( Sea.
131 aud 133 Roc-at., batweaa Third and Fourth,
IIARfilSOIf it WILSON,
H-1 Proprietors. "
of ii,ter.t, at Bo, ITS J luanrtreee, ttttwa
FAMIfONABI.K 8 H I RT MAfipFAP.
TthkH ANDDXAIJCtt IU HJJt,
SISHINO GOODS, , : . ., .
It WKT F0UKTQ-8TKXBT.
Patterns Out to Order. '-'v " ' ' sp ay
TANDARD AND REPINED SUGARS.
76 hrls. "C" lellow Sugat (llaittiuul. j. . I .
In mli.r . ,i UlIa t)V
. AI' A. COLTER,
PAR AFFINE CANDLES.- 1 ' '"
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VOL. IV. NO. 43. ;
CINCINNATI, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, I860.
PRICE ONE CENT
trm.1 Hunt-fT mlcntea tauter than Olty time.l
TiSO A. M., 10 A. M. and 1 1 P. H. Oolnmbna A
eoirniodaUon, 4 p. M. Xenia Accommodation, 8
OiKcnrsiiTt, Haiiii.toh inn Dayton t7 ml notes
raster than City time,) 6 A.M., Ti.'IO A. M., 'ii.'JB
P. M. and 6 P. m HamUtoa AocommodaUoni
Di.10 A M. and fti.tfl P. M
unto Ann iHixsiseipn III minntea slower tnan
City time, 4t'i& A. M. and 0.43 P. at. Lonisvlllo
Aceommndntion. 41 P M
Indianapolis and Cinctitnati PffOBT-Lfwii ni
mlnntea slower than City time, 5i40 A. lliSO
A. M. and P. M.
Mabiktta and (JiKciwiiATt IT mlnntea taater than
City time,) 6:1 3 A. M. and 3i.1l P. M.
Oovinotok and Lxxinvro lOlty time, 8i43 A,
M. and Ui'iH P. M.
ClNCIXNATl, BlCHHOirn ABD Ibbiajiapolu 6 A,
M..4i;t(IP. M., P. M.
CiHciNifATi and TjooAMnmms From Sixth-street
Depot U A. M. and tt P. M.
, Ltttin Miahi-3,30 A. M., 8 A. M.( Hi04 A. M.
nd 4i40 P. M.
Ohio and Mmsissim- 1i30 A. M., 14i'18 P. M.
nd 0.50 P. M
Cincinnati, Hawiltob and Pattoh 7i43 A. M.,
11.01 a. m., aio p. m., 51:10 p.m., rat t.
11. and ffil 9 P. M
Indianapolis abb Cincinnati 1 Oi 1 3 A. M..
4 P.M. and VI P. M. .
Mariitta abb Oiboihbati 10.3'i A. M. and
3.13 P. M.
Covinotow abb Lbxibotob 10.33 A. ' M. and
4i38 P. M.
Cincinnati, Rich own and Iitdianajpolis Ti 4 3
A. M.,2.10 P. M ff.30 P. M.
Cincinnati abd Loqanspobt From Slxth-atroet
Aiepot7i4fl) a. in. ana 7tiv p m.
Tbe slaye of pleasure, stnijrirle as he mar.
never can be free.
Tamherlick. the crreat tenor, will come to
America in September, 18C1 perhaps. .
Nearly sixty locomotives are on order at
the works of a single firm in Philadelphia.
The sale of nhotorrnrihs of Garibaldi h&i
been prohibited in Vienna.
The cost of the water-works of Detroit,
Mich.( is $1,192,000. ' -
Tbe Kusaian Greek Church in Paris is
nearly terminated; it is built up in the By.
Two clerks of a firm at Havre. France.
have been arrested for robbery; the Bourse
loses du,uuu oy wem.
Thirty Chinese were recently baptized and
taken into the bosom of the Catholio Church
at Havana. . ,
The arfesian well at Poesy,' in France, is
now 640 yards deep; water, it is; expected,
will De reacuea at a aeptn oi ouu yaraa. , , ,
. V. H. Fry, of the New fork Tribune, is
rapidly failins; in health, and it if doubtful if
be ever writes any more.
' The English papers report that the youth
ful wife of Macready, the tragedian, is about
to appear on the stage, , r '
Ice was formed in the'' northern part of
New Hampshire, the other morning, suf
ficiently thick to bear "up a man. .-
The ralue of the real estate in Petersburg,
Va., is $6,641,237, and the aggregate wealth
$11,333,571. r . r., , .y.
' Fannie E. Chrisman is appointed post
master at Melrose, Rockingham county, Va,,
vict Ellen Chrisman,. deceased. t
' To render the bito of a mosquito harmless,
bathe the part with water, in which a small
lump of lime has been dissolved.
At the horticultural show in Boston, one
contributor shows fifty-eight varieties of the
potato. . , ; ...
Joseph Lisse, a Philadelphia rogue, has
passed twenty-eight years of his life in
prison. , , . , . , ,',
Theodore Kuhn, a German, committed
suicide at Terre Haute, Indiana, recently,
on account of pecuniary embarrassments.
I Several persons were' knocked over by
carriages in front 6f the Theatre des Varie
ties, in Paris, recently; one was killed, and
four others were severely wounded. ,. j ,
The Paris Louvre has purchased a new
Paul Potter, which represents a white horse
spotted with black, loose In a meadow, with
three deer in the distance. .
Every day 10,210 foot passengers and 931
horses cross the Pont-au-Change, next to
the Pont Nenf, the most frequented bridge in
Paris. ' '
'4John Scatt, a "wealthy farmer of Mt,
Pleasant, Ohio County, Virginia, was killed,
while, riding out with his wife, on' Monday
last .',.,,. v t. ,... r ,, ,-f'ir.i:
The tobacco inspections Jri Petersburg, Vs,
for the year ending October 1, were 17,630
bogsheadaoa increase of 1,151 over last
year.; v . .1 .. ... ...... . - j
It ''was rumored in St. Louisy that the
Prinoe of Wales had purchased General Sin
gleton's celebrated herse, "Silver Heels," for
$6,000. -; ;
. Professor Ehrenberp;, :of Berlin, had re-
, ceived from Captain Maury, for microscopic .
analysis, a pot ot sand, extracted trom tlie
Pacific Ocean, at a depth of four miles. . , ",
' In New York,' last week,' there were 413
deaths a decrease of sixty-seven, as com
pared with the mortality of the,. week pre
vious. . -. . : .. ,. ;
5 Forty thousand bales of cotton were dam
aged during the late storm In Mobile, Ala.,'
to tbe amount of the bale, Bt&king a total
, loss of $240,000. r
, Wnx, Calder, one of the oldest merchants
j of Charleston, Boutb Carolina, recently died
there. . He was a native of Scotland, but
came to this country as early as 1810;
Win". Humnhrov fell on a nitchfork .in
Sibley County, Minn., the other day, tearing
his neck in such a horrible manner that he
soon died. ; .; , . - ,". i , . ; ;
An affray occurred between a party of
wood-cboppers, the other day, near Mem
phis. Tehn.. when one of them ' was fatally
stabbed and another dangerously shot.
Andrew P. Wykoff, a rich tanner of Gen
essee County, New York, on Saturday
reached Auburn Prison, where he has to
spend three years, for forging a note for
$20, . . .. . . ." ... , .
Hollyhocks are all the rage just now, in
England, and there was a great exhibition of
them at Crystal Palace, London, during the
first week of beptember.
Tbe Captain-General of Cuba has ap
proved a plan of introducing 0,000 natives of
Polynesia into that island as laborers.
' ' The French Government has determined,
it is said, to increase the number of mem
bers ef the French Academy from forty to
fifty, which rouses a great deal, of opposi
tion. 1 . - V. .
The ,"Garibaldjans". who raa awar from
Genoa with the steamer 'Orvell, and de
stroyed the property of Mr. Taylor, upon tbe
island of Monte Cristo, were nearly all
American! and English. --;.' . . i
At Newtown Corner, Mass, a few days
since, an iufant rolled out of a window and
fell twenty teet, striking upon some gravel,
jured' " t9 'te WW bU' ,lisUtl-r ltt"
Truemaa Kabbett, of Troy, N. Y, while
wck of typhoid lever, got up and walked out
of a second-story window, foiling upon the
pavement below, from which ha was taken
up dead.. -'', ' ' ! ' -
Mons. Berger, the' Trench billiard cham
pion, now in New York, astonishea every
body by his extraordinary skill. He id repre
sented, to be a monstrously tat aian.
An American Circus Company in Trouble
in Scotland—A Riot about a Mule Ride.
Howe and Cushing's American Circus
visited Dumfries on Monday, and gave two
exhibitions in a large marquee on the Dock
Park. At the evening exhibition something
like ariot aroso out of the refusal by the mn
ager te pay a sovereign to any one wlioT should
ride a mule three times round the ring with
out being thrown off. A lad named William
Quin, who is in the employment of Mr. Wil
liam Teenan, borne dealer, Dumfries, under
took the feat, and insisted that he had ridden
the mule three times round the ring and kept
his seat, notwithstanding that the reins had
been cut by one of the circus people, and
everything had been done to prevent his
Succeeding in the trial; the manager, on the
other hand, averred that Quin had not rid
den in jockey fashion, had nearly choked the
animal by clutching it ronnd the neck, and
had only ridden round the ring twice, a por
tion of the spectators having interfered.
Quin's claims were loudly backed by a
lnrge number of the audience, and a mighty
uproar was the result, in which some of the
benches were smashed. Quin- stuck to the
mnle, and proceeded to take it away home
with him, followed by an immense crowd,
cheering and yeling in a state of great ex
citement, and evidently anxious to ascertain
tbe whereabouts of the manager, who had
left the circus for bis lodgings. Baffled, and
unsuccessful in their search, a portion of the
crowd went back to (he circus, seized one of
the carriages, and threw it into the Nith, at
the foot of the dock, from which, how
ever, it was soon after recovered, only
slightly damaged. It was rumored at one
time that the indignation of tbe mob. at
what they considered the sharp practice of
me lanKees, naa lea tnem to tear down a
part of the marquee, but this is not true.
The Superintendent of Police was obliged to
take steps for quelling the disturbance. The
money was ultimately paid to Quin. the mule
restored, and the streets soon resumed thoir
wonted quiet. At the last visit of this circus
to Dumfries, a similar occurrence took nlace.
the lad Quin on that occasion also claimed to
have won the money, which he did not get.
This, no doubt, on the present occasion, gave
additional energy to the remonstrances of
Extinsivi Gamins in Paris The Whole
tale Stcindlet by Lorettet. Clandestine eam-
bling-houses, writes the Paris correspondent
ot tne Jsew urlcans Jlcayune, are as tnick
as cafes in tbe neichborbood of the boule
vards and Notre Dame de Lorette; and if the
swindling be not excessive, and students.
sbop-boys and clerks be kept out. the police
wink at their existence. Every lorette has
a card-table spread every night, and the
largest part of their income grows on green
baize; '.when they become too old to charm
players there by their personal attractions.
they secure young but inexperienced beau
ties, and teach them how to catch and how
o pick pigeons, the feathers being shared
between them. The most fortunate lorettcs
receive $20,000 every -winter from their
gaming-tables. Efforts are made every win
ter to induce the Government to -allow pub
lic gambling-houses to be opened where no
Frenchman would be admitted, unless he
proved himself to be a man of independent
fortune and a gentleman; foreigners would
be admitted upon the presentation of their
tongue: if it could not say Shibboleth, they
would be admitted.
Tibribli Explosion- op a Locomotivi
boileb Three Men Killed and Fourteen
Cart Wrecked. A telegram from Syracuse,
Mo, to the St. Louis Republican, says:
The freight-train going down mot with an
accident about half-past twelve o'clock to
day (Tuesday,' the 2d inst). The boiler Kf
tbe Pacific No. 3 exploded with terrible
force, blowing tbe fireman forty yards into
a corn-field and killing him instantly; - The
engineer was taken out of the wreck horri
bly mangled, and lived only a few hours.
Mr. Hess, who had a large lot of stock for
the Jefferson Fair, was badly injured, and a
young man In his employ can not possibly
survive. Fourteen cattle-cars were wrecked
and piled indiscriminately upon each other.
The track was torn up forty yards, and
several 'fine -bulla and other stock were
killed. - -- ' '-
' ElMABKABLl InCBEASID VaLCTB or AN Ab-
tibt Pictures.! Plainnett of hit Tastes
Tbe increased value of Decamps' pictures, says
si rariB corrcsponueni- IB souiauiiiiff wonuer
ful. I have mentioned tbe "Turkish Patrol;"
bis "Battle of the Cimbri" be sold to Etienne
Arago for $800; when last sold at auction, it
fetched $10,200; "his "Joseph sold by his
Brethren" he parted with for $400; when
last sold at auction, it fetched $7,000: a draw
ing of -"Crossing the Ford" which be sold
for $120. when last sold at auction, fetched
$3,200. , Decamps was a man of the simplest
tastes: he lived in retirement, working hard
and nvinor the pleasures of society.. He
spent hiB evenings among a limited Circle of
trlends wnose tastes were as modest as his
pwn,!and they used to meet, when be was in
Paris, at a pretty cafe in the Faubourg; St.
Denis. One was certain to find him there
,! Tiii -Extrnt or Banrruptct In England.
A lint has beea published of the- number of
bankrupts in the great towns of England,
and we find from this document that, while
S72 have occurred in London and its neign
borhood. forty-two have taken place in Liv
erpoo), thirty-eight in Manchester, seventy
in Leeds, Bixty-six in 'Bristol, thirty-one ia
Exeter, and twenty-three in 'Newcastle. It
appears from this return that the bankrupt
rate has been highest in Birmingham, rela
tively, where the number "has swelled to
122. This return also shows that bank.
ruptcy i'b increasing: for, while the average
is something more than 1,000 per annum, in
the first eiuht months of the present year tbe
number ha been 764, which Is at the rate of
1,440 per year. v
PBCpLIAB ChABACTBH OF ThKODOBB PAR-
kkb's Studiib. One of Theodore Parker's
bills, made out in April, 1863, has been ex
hibited to the editors of the Boston Atlat
by the Managers of the Massachusetts Bible
Society. It indicates the range of Mr. Par
ker's studies, comprising - one Bohemian
Bible, one each of the Catalonia, Tartar,
"Wendish, Wallochia, Lapponese Testaments,
and one Soreneie Matthew.
SiNGCtAB Political Waoeb. A wager of
a pair of boots has been made in Lynn, Mass,
on ithe result of the State election in Penn
sylvania a condition of tbe bet being that the
boots shall be delivered on one of the public
squares in Lynn, where, after the delivery,
the loser shall present the-most assailable
part of his person to be booted by the win
ner, by way of penalty for the folly of making
suci a bet. . . - , ,
LoiiDoii Victuallers' rati. The Licensed
Victuallers of London had ufele recently at
the Crystal Palace in aid of their fund. The
sight that attracted roost attention was the
performance of a M. Blondin, who, while the
fountains were- playing, crossed the central
basin on a tight-tope, with hit feet ia bas
kets to increase the difficulty.
I .--. . . .- i i , - .o
Thb Ripbllent Powbb or Sand. Recent
experiments show ' that a Minie-riiie ball,
which will pass through a thick board or a
bag of oakum, at a distance of 600 yards, is
flattened into a shapeless nuts in a bag of
Band at aOQ yards. i . :
Wbttb Raccoons. Three white raccoons,
the fur of which is as sort and beautiful u
the finest wool, were recently shot on the
borders of the Roanoke River, in Virsinia.
They were the first ever leta ia Hut State.
The True Version of the Byronic Blacksmith
story bag been for some going the
rounds of the press in regard to a relative of
Lord Byron, who, it is said, is working as a
journeyman blacksmith. Different versions
ol tne story have been given, nut the Phila
delphia Inquirer claims the following as the
true version, which proves the Huron
Wentworth to be as bod a mechanic as lie
is a Lord :
"When we saw Lord Ockham, now Baron
Wentworth, a few months since, he was at
work at the Thames Iron Shipbuilding Com
pany's establishment, at Blackwall, cntting
Dolts at twenty-four shillings, English, or
less than $0 a week. The Baron
Wentworth is twenty-two or twenty-three
years of age, and appears to inherit his
grandfather s taste for gin, but as for his
"tnste and talent for mechanics," those who
know him best pronounce him a "poor
"It is true that he wasemployedforawhlle
at Mr. John Scott Russell's works, where his
example to the rest of the hands was by no
means worthy of imitation. He lodged with
the head pattern-maker, to whom he had
often expressed the strongest desire to he
come the skipper of a coal-barge on the
Thames. Lord Ockhnm ran, or walked
away from Scott Russell's to Aberdeen,
550 miles north of London, where, for
one month, he indulged his "taste and
talent for mechanics" in a menial em
ployment in a machine-shop. He then went
to New York, and worked there for two
months in a machine-shop, with the usual
results drunkenness and discharge. He
contrived to get back to London, and may,
very likely, have left the Thames Iron Ship
building Company's works for better wages
in Woolwich Arsenal. At Blackwall he was
often dead drunk, although he would then
manage to hoist the American colors over
his lodging, to be hauled down on the return
of soberness for the Union Jack. How
much love there may be at the bottom of all
4 ti I o wA a n nnl dad ' ' ,
Unfobttjnatb Condition or China The
Emperor a Drunken Imbecile. .The Emperor
ia in a state of drunken, helpless imbecility.
Among the many curious institutions -of
China, that of the Censornto is entitled to a
high place. The censors are entrusted with
"the care of manners and customs, the inves
tigation of all public offices within aud
without the capital, the discrimination be
' tween tbe depravity and uprightness of the
officers employed in them. These officers
exercise the right of reproof with extraor
dinary candor and plainness, though it is to
be feared that their remonstrances are fre
Some months ago the censors protested
against the conduct of the Emperor, against
his drunkenness and dissination. his attach
ment to actors, and love of low society. This
reproof to Majesty was published in the
renin uazeue, ana circulated throughout
the length and breadth of tbe empire.
Shortly before bis degradation, Ho-kwei-
tsing, the Governor-General of this province,
in conjunction with Wang-yu-ling, addressed
a lone memorial to the Emperor. They de
scribed in piteouB terms the state of the dis
trict, with the regular troops disbanded, the
rebels victorious tin every side, and Shang
hai only preserved from assault by the pres
ence of the allied forces. .
. Thb Condition or Slavrry in Massaohc
sbtts. Though slavers- existed in Massa
chusetts for a century and a half after the
first settlement, yet, no person was ever born
into legal slavery in Massachusetts. The
conditions of bondage were thus expressed
in the first statutes of the colony: "There
shall never be any bond-slavery, villange or
captivity among us, unless it be lawful cap
tives taken in just wars, and Buch strangers
as willingly sell themselves or are sold to us.
And these shall have all the liberties and
Christian usages which tbe law of God, estab
lished in Israel concerning such persons,
doth morally require." Being of a slave
mother, is not mentioned among the causes
of subjection to slavery. Negro slaves were
not dispensed from military service. They
could bold property and testify in courts of
' :A Prbciotjb Scoundrbl in ''Virginia.
There is a promising scoundrel on trial at
Richmond for forgery. . He gives bis name
as Miles Jones. Among others whom he has
victimized is an undertaker, who swears that
he ordered of him a metallic coffin and a
shroud and cap for a little girl, nine years
old. He wanted every thine made as cheaply
as possible, since the deceased was a poor
man s uaugnter. xn payment oi tue mil,
which amounted to about $29 he offered a
check for $80, purporting to be signed by
Mr.' Dass, and received in return $51. The
undertaker, after having finished the work,
presented the check to one of the city banks,
and found that it was forged. ;, -
1 'New Method or Printino Mosio. A let
ter to the Augsburg AUgemdn Zeilung con
tains a description of a new method of en
graving and printing music. It is analo
gous to the method of carving wood by burn
ing tbe pattern in. Tbe music is stamped
into blocks of wood with heated stamps,
which have a shoulder to insure their peue
tratinar to an eciual depth. From this block
a stereotype cast is taken. - An edition of
1,600 copies, if stereotyped and printed by
this method, costs only about one-third as
much s if engraved and printed from the
Valuable Invention Sewing-Machine!
Moved by Mot Air. Captain Ericsson's ad
mirable invention for setting in motion sew-iDg-machines,
without the aid of a treadle,
Ib meeting with much favor. Compressed
air furnishes the power used. A large re
ceiver is placed in the operator's room, into
which is forced the air, afterward conveyed
to each machine through tubes. The sewing
girls are thus relieved of the fatiguing task
of working the treadle, and have nothing to
do put to regulate the movement,
Tni Future Wiri P Edwabd Evaatrf
The lady Edward Everett id engaged to
marry is the widowed daughter of Judge
Pettigrew, of South Carolina. The lady Is
described as a blonde, attractive, intel
lectual, wealthy, And about thirty-three years
of age. Does not this indicate a belief on the
part of the candidate for the Vice-Presidency
that accident may permit him to occupy the
New Modi or Extbactin Tira Witb
orjr Pain. Mr. Richardson communicates
to the London Lancet i new mode which be
has discovered for extracting teeth without
pain. It consists in immersing the affected
part in chloroform, which is done by filling
a little enp half full of cotton-wool, sat
urated with chloroform, and placing it over
the tooth. It takea from seven to filteen min
uses to produce the effect : ,
Ingenious Modi orHwiNDLiNO a Landlord,
-James Rickets, who hasstarted up the New
Verk detectives by representing that he had
been robbed of a check for $10,000, has been
proved to be an impostor. Suspecting a
hoax, and charging him with having de
ceived them, be acknowledged to the officers
that he bad fabricated the lie in order to
make the landlord "come down," aud save
the reputation, of bis house. . ( .; !
, 1 i
PAiNrcL Tbaoedv Alabama. The
Talladega (Ala.) Reporter records a fearful
affray in that town, between- Jesse Milican
and Wju, M. Kenaedy. Tbe first drew a
revolver, and the other threw a chop-ax at
bim, striking him on the neck, severing the
bone and spinal marrow, producing Instant
Distinguished Foreign Travelers in America.
Notwithstanding the increased fnciliticl
for crossing the Atlantic incident to the in
vention of steamboats, says the Boston
Trantcript, there are not so many eminent
persons from Europe in the United States
this year, when the Prince of Wales is visit
ing America, as there were more than sixty
years ago, when his grandfather, the Duke
of Kent, was here. At that time, the following-named
prominent persons were in this
country : Mr. Alexander Baring, afterward
Lord Ahburton; Louis Phillippa, afterward
King of France; the Duke de Montpensier,
and the Duke de Beaujolois, younger broth
ers of Louis Philippe; Viscount Noels,
brother-in-law to Lafayette, and Dr. Boll
man, a German friend of the Marquis; Vol
ney, the celebrated French writer; John
Copley, the present celebrated Lord Lynd
hurst; Thomas Paine, and many others of
lesser- note. Talleyrand was in Boston in
July and August, 1794. Volnoy was a great .j
lnend ot Mr. Jetlerson, nut Washington was
always rather shy of French philosophers.
The Btranger solicited letters of recommenda
tion from Washington, to be used in his tour
through the States. He received one which
contained only these words ;
"C. needs no recnmmen4ation
A Visit to thi Studio or Frbrb, thb
Fbincr Paintir. A late number of the
Crayon contains a Paris letter, from which
v I went down to Ecouen, the other day, to
visit Ed. Frere file, E. F. yirrs being out of
town. And such a treat I We found young
Frere at home, who "showed up" his fathers
studio. It is a large, square room, hung
with old tapestry, and completely filled with
little out-door and in-door studies from
nature. (How I did covet some of them I
but he never parts with them). There was
a very large square rug on the middle of the
noor, on which stood hve or six easels, sup
porting pictures in progress, by himself and
E. P. filt. These were in almost every stage
ol progress, and it was interesting to me to
see his manner of working. So careful I It
takes him nearly two days to make the
drawing for one of those small works on the
panel from the original sketch;- every fold
in the drapery is modeled up as carefully as
the features, when he then carries his easel
to the cottage, or wherever else it may be,
and finishes up every thing directly from
the object. And a hard-worker he isat it
early in the morning and late in the after
noon. He has well earned his "decoration."
- Intrrbstino Facts About the Eternal
City. The population of tbe "Eternal City"
is about 175,000, divided into fiftv-fbur
ponchos, with 1,280 priests, 2,OP2 monks and
members of religious orders. 1,698 nuns, and
537 ecclesiastical nunils. Exclusive of Jews.
tbennmberof inhabitants not acknowledg
ing the Roman Church, is 412. There ore
seventy Cardinals composing the Sacred Col
legp, six of whom are bishops, fifty priests,
and fourteen deacons. The oldest Cardinal
is eighty-four, the youngest forty-two. Fifty
four are Italians, sixteen foreigners. Six of
the foreign Cardinals are of France, three of
Austria, two of Spain, two of Portugal, one
of Belgium, one of England, and one of
Prussia. Twenty-Beven- Cardinals (Italians),
reside in Rome, and assist the Pope in tbe
spiritual government of bi3 Church, and in
the temporal government of the Pontifical
States. The cnil list of Rome costs abont
$000,000. ' The salaries of the highest officers
do not exceed $3,000. There are more free
public schools in Home, in proportion to
population, than in New York, and the
taxes are less than in that State or in En
gland or France. '
Paul Mobpht'b Singular- Poweb or.
Calculation. There is said to be no calcu
lation in Morphy's mind, hut that he makes
them by an intuition. If be calculates, he
does it after his move is made, and if he
Eauses between his moves, it is to deceive
is adversary. In answer to a question put
to him, he replied that the first impression
upon his mind after bis adversary s move
was made, almost alwayB proved correct,
and that he played more by a sort of inspira
tion thnu from intellect. So true is this,
that he is totally incapable of imparting the
secret of bis power to another person. This
power applies to other matters than chess
playing. Mr. Morphy was asked how many
letters were in the name of George Washing
ton, and without a moment's hesitation or
calculation, the correct answer, "sixteen"
was given. In reply to a question, Mr.
Morphy said that he taw the combination by
a kind of focal reflection. . ' , ,r ,
Capture or Oil-yielding: Sharks. Large
quantities of sharks are taken for the sake
of tbe oil. They are not tbe man-eating
species, and their capture is too much a
matter-of-fact operation to tempt a stranger
more than once or twice as a variety. When
hooked, no matter how large, and they are
taken from ten to fifteen feet in length, they
permit themselves to be drawn up to the sur
face almost without resistance. The mo
ment, however, the tips of their nose pro
trude they commence a struggle which
wou'd almost preclude capture, were it not
provided against. The fisherman, however,
well aware of this fact, is prepared to pre
vent it. Tbe very instant the shark's nose
breakt vater, be strikes it a violent blow with
a short thick heavy club, and strange to say,
so tender is the part, that death instantly
A Most Thorough Appbeciatob or A
Vest Bap .Joke. A .man once received
twenty lashes, well laid on, at the whipping
post iu an English town. The culprit, in
stead of bellowing when the constable ap
plied the lash, lauirhed immoderately, which
made the angry officer layon with harder
force. On giving him the twentieth blow,
tbe enraged officer could stand it no louger.
"Well, here, mister," said the offended offi
cer, "I've done my duty, and I can lick ye
no more, but I'd iust like to know what it is
that's so funny?" "Funny I" roared the
othef, "why it s excellent; you've got the
wrong Smith. I ain't the man that was to be
whipped, it's the other one! Now you
have to do it all over again l i
Two Bbothebs Suffocated
IE A WeiX.
', while engaged ia B'ak-iag
bridge County, Penn., a few
well, IB Cam
f.!.i....ii dnwn to his assistance; bnt,
j, waa nr.a.erven ta ih.ii. snoi uio
beintr overcome br the noxious Tapor,
a led jell " u"ulco si' ;"v -
M wtyiible, but life was eitinot in both,
. 1 y, , J P.w.TENTl ABT-SCBOOL lit FaANCI.
A tw. enitentiary-school, a private estab
baa been opened at Tours,
In. liy boy; coe "rusticated"
1 an like'88 Knl there' Tney ar
1... . . -v life.
Wltn no comimuitm
KEW, and no play except
cent exercise in . -7?5 l.!"' f'M0,t
bastopol, which, beft. "'STbltT
ulaUon of 40,000 .null, wep,u
cleared away, and ..idir.forrortT.nve
city nas comuieoceo, pro 4 twelve
(ugoways, sevenieen it -.
squarea. ...... ; .
' ' moB W Pabis.
LiACB OF ytKAMOIAI. (JOKflOk n0 gucD
A correSDondent save there is .V . . ,,,i.i.l
i .... .1 ! 1 : .. ) . I . 1 .
' m iiwi. ih rnm bihunw um .- n ;a('0 it
' gone.. People who have money " the
the Uovernment securities and in . wm
1 ways, wuere luej reel awaree, lue)
1 wyi draw their dividend.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Additional Foreign News—The King of
Naples at Capus—Garibaldi Out on Cavour—
Capitulation of the Papal States.
St. John's, N. F., October 4. The follow
ing is additional news by Ibe steamship Con
naught, which arrived here at three o'clock
The King of Naples wag supposed to be
still at Capua, which town was barricaded
It was reported that the King's troops and
the forces of Garibaldi had exchanged shots
at the outposts, near Cnpua.
The French Minister was to quit Naples
on the 27th of September.
Garibaldi had declared, in a letter, that
there exists an irreconcilable difference be
tween his policy and that ot Count Cavour.
It was reported that the quarrel between
the Sardinian Government and Garibaldi had
arrived at sfich a pitch that Victor Emanuel
had determined to proceed to Naples for per
sonal interconrse with Garibaldi.
The Neapolitan Ministry had resigned, and
it was reported that Signor Contorts had
been called upon to form a new one.
Sardinia and Rome. The official bulletin of
the battle of Costello Fidardo, and the pub
lished details, agree with the previous state
ments concerning it.
Among the 400 prisoners taken by the
Sardinians, were upward of thirty officers,
Borne oi nign rnnK. in consequence or the
victory, 40,000 Papal troops, mostly foreign
ers, including fifty officers and all of the
guards of Lamorhiere, with six guns and
ammunition, capitulated on the 19th of Sep
tember, anal laid down their arms. ,
Movements the Prince of Wales—His
Reception at Washington.
Washington, October 3. The dinner
party at the President's, to-night, was pro
longed till ten o'clock.
There were present, besides the President's
family and royal guests, the members of the
Cabinet and their wives. The Marine Bond
was in full attendance and played, among
others, the national airs of Great Britain
The President will, to-morrow, give a re
ception from twelve to one o'clock, in honor
of Lord Renfrew.
Baron Renfrew and his suite, including
Lord Lyons, accompanied the Secretary of
War to the Capitol, this morning, and un
der the escort of Captain Franklin, Superin
tendent, and Mr. Walter, the architect of
the Capitol extension, Mayor Berret and
Capt. Dunnington, took a hasty survey of
all the objects ef interest. Between twelve
and one o clock, at reception, tbe east-
room of the Vt hite House was crowded with
spectators, more so than on any New-year's
occasion. Tbe members of the Cabinet, and
army and navy-officers in uniform, were
among those present. The Marine Band en
livened the gay, excited and brilliant scene.
The Baron stood in a row prominent to all
the spectators; on his left stood Lord Lyons,
and on his right the President, who con
ducted the ceremony of introduction.
It was noted that while the Prince freely
shook hands with gentlemen, he took those of
the ladies only when they were first offered.
In their case, a bow from royalty was gen
erally sufficient. Not more than half an
hour was thus occupied, and this limitation
caused sore disappointment. Even after the
party had retired, crowds kept excitedly
rushing into the mansion, the deafening
sounds of the music increasing' the confu
sion.. The disappointed ones were however .
gratified by the appearance of the Boron at
a window, in full view of the crowd.
[By the Pony Express.]
Later from California.
St.' Joseph,.' Mo., October 4. The Pony
Express, with San Francisco dates to the
22d alt., arrived here last night.
San Francitco, September 22. The People's
Reform party, of S.m Francisco, have de
cided to nominate a full municipal ticket,
irrespective of politics.
The State Agricultural Fair opened at
Sacramento on the 20lh, under very favora
ble auspices. The largest receipts of asingte
day exceeded $4,000. The best feature of
the Fair is said to be the display of blooded
stock, requiring 450 stalls for their accom
modation.. ' i .
There is nothing later, concerning the Ore
gon Senatorial election. It is said to be the
intention to elect Baker and Ne?imith,
whether a quorum can be got in the Senate
or not. , . ... . ,
As the Senate organized and elected its
Sergeant-at-ATms without a quorum, it ia
doubtful' if that officer has power to arrest
absent (senators-,. ... , . , . ,.,
Advices from British Columbia are to the
8th ult. ; The whole Siberian-Russian fleet
of war vessels had been ordered to the
Peiho. ,y v ' .-. i .
Advices -from Victoria are to the 8th ult.
Tbe Wilton, O, Hunt brought down about
$15,000 in dust. The miners on Rock Creek
are making good wages. . , - .-:.
From van Buren, Ark.
Van Bubbn. Arka October 4. The mur
derer Who he is, we are supposed to know,
of course, by intuition. Ed. baa confessed
his guilt and been lodged in jail. :
. Two horse-thieves named Owen and Rob
inson were arrested this morning, and will
tirobahly meet summary punishment.
Tbe Vigilance Committee is actively en
caged in ridding tbe country ot a host or
lawless characters wbo infest the counties
bordering on the Indinn country. All sus
pected persons are closely watcneu.
The Douglas. Bell and - Breckinridge
Electors speak here to-day. The prospect
indicates a limited attendance.
Weather showery. Old steamboatmen
tbink there is a prospect of a rise in the
river soon. 1
American Board of Foreign Missions.
Boston. October 4. The American Board
of Missions to-day has been chiefly engaged
in oiscassing tne cnuse3 or tne late acui ana
the means of avoiding a similar evil. Many
distinguished clergymen and laymen spoke,
some favoring a prudent going-forward, as
new . demands for labor arise, and others
urging a strict limiting of the expenditure
to the receipts. The Prudential Committeo
ex Dressed their determination not to exceed
. ' . n. , 1, .1 - 1 1 .1 LI
tne receipts, ine rieaiaeut, o. vr. nu
kins, preached a sermon at night at Tre-
moni retnpie, Buetcmnn m mo ui vuo uuoia
to its present position, and the principles)
which have shaped its act ion.
Washikgtoh, October 4. The President
has appointed J. J. Sprengle, of Pennsyl
vania, consul 10 Venice, Tireoaruiisiw
... u,.ni,,H, win Rnll. declined; Charlea
. K1 ulmUuuu. uuo,, - ..
I Richmond, of Michigan, Consul to La .Uamas,
yice Chandler, recalled, and W illiam
I Bnrchard, of New York, Consul to Comay-
1 ftuga ana tegncigaipn, m nouu-..,
. ft . n.tr,liAp aFArnanc1il
gives Walton, for Oovernor, A50 majority
over Hopkins) and Hilton, for Uongreas,
majority over Allen. Baldwin precinct, Du
val County, gives a Breckinridge majority.
Baitimobb, October Flour quiet
steady; Howaid and Ohio i 7. wneai nrra;
1 i:ui whit l 4K ta. IUn iJri'"?4WSJ
whu"lHst7!W:. Pr. vision declining and lower. 1
P..ih l o for Western. Lard 130. UuOsot-ltlvool
U'b,U)o, Wbudt ad WnMtBO.
Pin AnnLPFiA. October 4. Flour firm
IS 7a. Wheal steady; whit fl 6&1 so;
11 90.0,1 s. wrnuuii, .-now in, wwnuw.
RATES OF ADVERTISING'
Advertisements, not nxohfA Int fir linn (an) r
On ln.rtlnn....f as I f lsrtlon..l Of
Vi Insertions 1 5ft I J lnsertlonB..Tri ii
Larger adrnrttnomants Inserts at tha IbUowlaAt
rate pr sirnare of ten lines t
One Insertion.....!! ' 86 1 1 Insert tor, s....i.., ate)
.ch arlnltlonal. 3$ IS Insertions. 7 1 ft
6 Insertion.. . 1 jsl'il insertion....". ( Z
Jon PHINTINO1 1 ''
tnalllt branches don with nearM and dlti.
WHEELER S WILSON'S
mo. rr w. ForitTn-nTitfeBT, : ,
PUCK'S OFEItA IIOTJSCC
CIKCINHAT1. i '
tlTF OFFRll TO THH FTHTjIO TBI
portant Imrovemente, and to meet the demand ihv
Bond, low-nrtced Fsmllr Marlilne, hare lntro.1i.oei a
NEW 611 LE, worklnrnpon the same principle, on4
tt n m- e invi mwibi si arlilne. Wltn im
BasvniiiB). v mi inn bui' ii, iiii-Mi(ii uu
bbd, mt FIFTY-FIVE DOLLA BS.
Thf elffnnc. treeed. noilMniai Bind fftrnnllMtv beb!
tfa Machine, thm beauty and ntrciMrt h of atttrh, b
In a lik ft on otm siprh. Imp. bl to rarel, m4
lpaTtn do chain or ridtra on thenn1r ids, Ui '
oonovyof thread and adaptAbllitv to th thick
Or thinnest fabric, has rendered thi tli mont auo
OMwftii and iiovaitw rmilr fewiik." Maoaiava mmm
At onr YarioQfl office wa aell at Hew Torlt giliipsS '
and Rive Inat ruction a, free of charge to en able pm-v
chftwra to aew ordinary emma, nemt fell, quirt.
Itftther. bind and tuck, all on tha aama auhwe aa
warrant It for three years.
Bend or call for a circular ttmtaJn.nf faUy-uttoa -l.ra,
pricea, teatimot.lala. eto.
j.7-r Wftt . WPMNTO Me CHK 1
ti: 9 SEWING tlAt'HlNE..-..Iaet
Na. 1 ' ' an
rr ISWHTX rNORRSTOOnBYMANTJ.
FACTUKF H0 and all thos who use B luger' .
chines, that they wll do
ft GREATER VARIETY OF WORK, ' ' " . ' ''
WILL DO KORE WORK. AND . ' " 1
WILL DO IT IR BETTER TYU
Than can be don on an? other Machine. BIK9
KB'8 FAMILY MACHINES, 8S.1 and tTS.
BVe-cinolnnatl Office, Wo. 8 Bast Fonrta-iliee. '
anaan-ar JAS. NKARIMIN, Atroac 1
3, Of)t Cedar and Loenst Port 1
- IO.OOII Fence Palings j .
SOO,04iOft. lMnesnd Hpmlcc,ToitandScantrf
000,000 ft. Third com. Lumlieri . , ,
700,000 ft. Second com. Lumber;
700,000 ft First com Lumber: .1 '' ' !
400,000 ft Clear Lumber;
200,000 Pine Lath; ' " ii.-'i , ,h
w 1. ite and lr ellow Pin Flooring;, Weather-board
Fronting Tiralier and all other Kinds of Bnlldliaot
Lumber well seasoned, for sal wbleosal and ratal
tr ' ..
Thos. W. Farrln & Co. .
Mr Yard on Freeman-street, oppodt gsorco-
ttreet, Cincinnati, O. aum-if
COAL COOKIIYG STOYB ; 1
i ON EXHIBITION AT ,
THE OHIO MECHAfflCS' FAES. . !:
ADAMS. PECKOYER & CO. : al
PATENTEES AND MANUFACTURERS
Corner Fifth and Elm-atreeta.
'"111 --.w v ,
H.B.Mk. ' ' A.BLCSf ' ''
M, H.COOE4CO., '
PBOPBIETOB8 oe " " .fci! :
GREAT WESTERN 10L&
1 WHITEWATER CANAI '"" '-' ''"
BXTWIKN FIFTH AND8IXTH-BTUEKTS,CI
OIB-CIMKATI, OHIO. . '' f.to'T
fK rOTt SEQUENCE OT HATTWO KW-
turned our attention to preparing building material
m iiAAj.1 ananaoneo. uuiia.D; im . uur lit V
or ever description, ore can sawir
aerienra In the business and our fa
3 enable tin
to offer Indneement to builders In tho
distance unsurpassed, if equaled bjr 007 oibor uai-
lar atitnblisnment In the West - -' - "
We also manufactor Yeneer of nil dneriBtloM ,
nd kepon hand an assortment of Mabogauj, fao- ' '
wood Walnnt and Oah Vneera. Also, floe fiaeiBf u '
lur Pictures and Looking-ilasse.
P, 8.-W harai oat received (ortr thoaaand Mat - r! r
Bed Ofdar, of One qu-litr, which we eaneell at
less Btio than llkasw boenauld few in this mar. -,M
net. . ; -. .,1-
FRUIT TREES! FRUIT TREES! i"
THB ftUBSC'RIBKlt WOUIB CAI.I.
the attention of those desirona of planting
Frnit and Ornamental Tree, to hi large stock,
lie (or sale this (all and spring line sormnt of
Apple, Hecttrtas,' ' Btrawberrle. , -
Piar, Apricot, . , Blackberries,
Peach, Quince, Ootieooerrie. '
rherrr., c Sliad Tro, . Orauherrie. ,
Plula, furrauts, lUapborrie, m
Grape Boots and Costings, -
A1M, I'll. t. . .. --- 7, . ,
green, Declduou and Vnianwatal Tree aud Shrubax 1..
All the above Trees, bhrub and blocks ar now ,
Brewing ai d ready fur li.spetion, in my Walnut
Bills and Whiteoa Hmseriiw..
tVacrirti Catalogues, with price annexed, wfll
he sent, on application to J. a). UOOh.. Walnut lilt
liumi'ilcs. Oincli null
I'. 8. (minimise pas ttis Kmoerle every aoenv
starting fp m Luer'a Steam Bakery, Xl'i Sycamore
Bt , four d.ior above Fifth. ell-w 1 '
Also, a large stock, oi Greenheuse Plants, EVBT-
C1KCINKATI FUEL C02IPMT,
coil-iard ANDomcs, ;
No. I 3 Jffi. THIHP-STHKETi ''
Hartford City Coals'- ,
, Datrrtnd at t . -veas aurkot raws. v,
Mwj-. -nllnltjul ed aroTnivtlT aKaenked. ' ' '
SIX FINE sniRTa ;
''I r: La il
IT 1 11 O MJ till ll f ,;
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82 WEST FOURTII ST.;
Founders and Engino-viilderEi. '
Horaer Joli 4 Water-Ua. CUiotuvU.
' ll . '
VlMtise in the FBI It doe not oust ssiun.
;. Bill ttiUl (t inch was M l tssouti