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V -cmcnKNATI DAILY PRKBS Is deHvereS" (
subecrlbers In Glnclnnntl, Covington end
enrronnalnf citlM ml towns, at
v the swtreaselj low prtee et - ;
fc.T. DtNTS'I ffWttl
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' J tltASU TO TBI AB.STa.
Pmn) 6 VitnM.-Win(iiia1i,' emtsf one
nth, dOo.j three months, 91 ; one row. : all.
BIBLE'S O P K A II O V 8 B ,
ITALIA OPIBA FOB ONK NIGHT ONLY.
'f GRAND GALA rEBFOBMAriCaj
On Manilnr Evening
November 5, 1S0O.
The nuKdurn- takes Yloiir (h ennonnolna tnat
he has concluded an pnBMemfnt, fur one night, to
perioral ITALIAN Ol'BUA, with
" ' MMB. PArLITHB COLSON,
And her ditlngnlihed company of Artistes, on
-wiucn occamnn win ne prosemeQ AroniEom s cele
brated Comic Opera of i .: i.'M.'' 'i
..- tl PASQTAITS,, ,
With the fojlowlnft unprecedented; eaatt, , -,
MMB. COL80N AS NORINA,
A yettnf "Widow of ft lively and Impetnonj eharad-'
1. - ' ter, but frank and affeotioiMtek
8IUNOB BBIQNOLI AS EHNESTO,
Nephew of Don Pasquale, an eMhnsiastlo young
gentleman, who loves ana 18 neiovca or norma.
BIONOR FEBBI AS SR. MALATESTA,
A man of tafent, facetious and enterprising. Ha la
the r-hyMcian and friomi or Don rasiiualo,
lt and much attaohed to Ernesto. ,
. Ia hit most eelebrated character of
An old antirinnted bachelor, economical, oreduloua
ana obstinate, put kind-hearted,
Mimical Director and Conductor of the Oroheetra,
The Opera will be produced with' correctness In
All details, scenery in the most perfect style, and
without tne augment cnriaiimem. a. inn ana em
ini Oroheetra will materially add to the rendl
tion or the Opera, conducted by nignor jnusio.
The almfiti,lnn. notwlthstandiuff the nnnre.
cedented combination of talout, has been fixed at the
following rat-s: . .
Parquette, ParqOette Circle, and Balcony, tl; Gal
Beats may be scenrea, without extra charge, at
the Box Jflieeof the tlpi're-houpa. .
The usuaL free-list of this establishment, with
the exception of the public press, will be, for this
night, ej tirely euBtxtniled.
Opera Hooks of Don Pasqnale " for sale at th
Opere-houee. , .
nnim nm.n at V Oner commences at R.
The Cotnnn Oompany will perform on Wednesday .
a. at I.nnla -
The grand Falrrlxtrayagania of ' "' ' ,
FOBTVHIO AND HIS BKVEM GIFTED SERV
ANTS ' 't .
VIII b performed on Tneeday ayenlng. '"0
TtATaONAt TnKATBrt.OnN BATES,
Jll Manager ; 3. Q. Hanlsi Stage Manager,
8ermth tilghi of Mr. emdMrs. J. W. WALLACK,
THIS EVBNINO, Norember S, will ba presented
Shakspeara's baautiful play. In fire aets, entitled
fi!;,A WINTBB'8 TAIiB.' -.i.- 'i
Xeon'tee, Kind of Sicilia. Mr, 3. W. Wallnck i Her
mione, Queen of Leontes. Mrs. J. W. Wallack.
Xo conclude withtha oamodletta entitled
mLM LADY AD, THJI DEVII . .
Wildlnre, Mr. J. W. Wallack ; ZopVjrlna, Mrs. J.
W. Wallack. .
Doors open at 7 O'clock. Tha performanoa corn
menses at 7 'A o'clock.
The National Hotel, adjoining the Theater, la
sow open for the reception of guests. Rooms can
tie obtained by day or week, and meals furnished at
all hoars.- i . "
IJOSITItELITHE t A ST WEEK OF
THI0D0NS WOBID-RBNOWNED EXUIBf
:.. .', i TION OF ARTS, OR
ANI I ATEI) W OTLIiV,
AtAlMOoMMAJUtu Onera-houae Building.
Be-engnfernent of Madame SI EMIN6KI, the an
rlv.Wi rU:rit and Vocaliet. who will annenr eaeh
evening, in addition to this elegant exhibition of
By particular reo.uist.tlie VIKW OP O IBB AL
TAR and DOMAPA11IK cJBOScUlia THE ALPS
THimSDAY.Nnv. 9, will be' for the BSnomw
Madame S1EMIN8KI. .. . ,
On SA'iUKDAY KYENING, Not. tl, being p"
Itlvely the lat nipht of the season, Mr. A. THIO
BON will take a Farewell Complimentary Benefit
Uminkn '1.1 cents: children under ten, 10
....... r.,Bninpt-.riiiii ouen at 7t to oommence at
8 o'ciock Day exhibition every afternoon at 3
open at 2X. If
-s N I XO N 8 HALIi
O ic, 3NT i e 1a. Only t
-opMMENCING- - r. t'
Ve'dnesday Evening Nov.' 7.
. . THE W0RLD;BEN0WNED ' -,
Magician . and ; Yentrlloqnist t
"WITlAti HIS LEABKED ". .' ' '
Cards of Admission
Door open at TXi Performance Jeommenoe at
.uentleBjaniy luaoniji Biimtwwi
HARBY tAWBKNPH, Agent.
aMIYER'S DANCING SCHOOL .NOW
Js ojwn f'.r the reception 01 ecnoiam , .
DCyTofacho..l,WKlJNKSDAY and SATURDAY,
Genu, iu the EVENING, from half-put aarau to
ocAti UEYER ABD DAUGHTER. Teachers.
mrif lUni H MITMIfl A 1. U AH KM. THJS
V" Musical Mirror, by a. B. Pbippi-dodigned for
choola and cltvtaeti. - .
ConceiM'i fc'Uty Lewotu for th Vol c -ban da o me
IoMtrtKtor for Violoncello,'
LabUcbv's Binging Bltilliod. .
Curtifw's GaiUur liwtrucUr.
TUT temis bj
joon cncRcn, jr.,
Importer of Music and jnstrumenta,
octt . " " - . 00 West Pomrth-at.
eTIOI.n MEDAL.PIANOS-TIIB BEST IN
em AolEKlUA btcx urupe .oi
t.'ew York) powerlul tonea aounie
grand-action Concert Pianos, pro
pounced b Lleta.Thalberg andother
f B(.,. ,,a lutat it. BTlltAlini.
Vi e IU eeil lower (or oanta than an? other dealer In
the city. Pianos and Meloiieons tuned and repaired
thoroughly. Plauoe to let at from 8t to $10 perquar
t. nlnslcal InslnimenU st lling at hall-erices. Do
Bot buy or reut a Piano until jrou hare callad ul ex
amlnea the aliove.
surnueu m ultvmvQ BB0-i goi. Aente,
Piano Dealers and ftakera.
1T Mo. til W. ritth-.treet. near Plum.
' A. mCKENLOOPER,. :
No. 174 "Vine-at., above FourttoJ
. LANK ab BODLKY,
founders and Engiue-buildea,
CIBCCLAB SAW-WILLS, '
Ooraa Johs and Water-atreaU. OioclnnaU.
i . iseU '
.1- MoOHAC3Ii:BN, --'
.11 WKBI sTOCHIII-SHHET.
Patterns Out to Order. apSB-aj
Al . .
-merEBrnWTS IN THE CITY ARB HK.
bPliua nii.ll nitnruieU that I aie prepare
..,L.iil and renovate laulded Bva-tohauo
care and dlttpetcfc, en the lauat reaaonabla terms,
my Pajtory, o-3t Water street. Inwa
uol-d t. - B. It. JOWliB
irr5rr - o o ops
tl. Ol DRAKE.
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PRICU ONE CENT
Iitrnx Miami IT mlaatea nurterthan OltTttine.1
i0 A. M., 10 A.M. and II P. M. Oolnmbna As-
conimodaaDnf 4 r JL. Aania Acoemnodauni sj
UIKCIH!ITI, HASU.TOI AKD JDATTOW IT minOWW
faster than Vtlr time, 6 A. M., Ti30 A. M., itl
M. and e P. M. HanllMi Aooommodatlon,
i30 A. M. and 3i50 P. M.
unto aan miwiasipr-i i ia mmweee aiower na
City time. I 4.i J A. M, and 5:33 P. M.; ioaurriUa
iNnitRArOLlB ARB tJllTOTWWATT HOaT-MII P
Biinntea slower than Ofty time, $40 A. M lliSO
A. m. ana o r. si. .
Maxiitta Ann tiiNrTxRATT T mlnntae fester tnaa
Oltf time, till ti A. Ml and 3:30 P. M.
Uotinowk on LaauaieTOM LUity ttma, Bi4B A.
M.and'J.SfyP. M. -
eiNniNMATii Bionsioire AXD IxalAMAMLTi C A.
M.. !i30P. M.. 6.P. M.
(HwcinjiAn' Ajro L'3AKf roar From Slxth-stroat
Depot-tt A. M. and tt P. M. . ,
. v.-. , ,, TltUBS ABRITw.-' ir.fVJf,.'
Littis Miahi-3i30 A. M., 8 A. VU Ui04A.M.
nil I4 V r. l. .
Oino Aire M isarMim Tt30 A. M., lr9 Pi Bf,
A.l O.Flll P M
Umnnnati, HAwrr.TOW ad Tattow 7tiH A. tl..
11.05 A. M., ailO r. M., 0l3O r. B., 71 r,
iNniAFAPoi.is axd 0i5oumar IVtlA-A. M.,
4 P.M. and 1 t. Ki ' .
Maxietta and Oinoikxati-10i3'J A. M. and
Bil.'t P. M. i '
OoTineToit aire Lxxmeroa 10i39 A. M. and
4i3N P. M. . - . ,
DmoninATiLHiriamoira aire InslaJiAraus 7t4
A.M.,210. M., 8i30P. M.
Cihcixnati axn Looaisport From Sixth-street
Depot-Jl43 A. M. and Til'l P. M.
The best place to look for chickens oa iUlpJ
boftrd is in the hatchwaj. r ,v-
'The arrests' in St. Louis last month
amounted to t95 for all manner of offenses.
Several small droves of hops hare already
reached Lynchburg, Va., which were sold
readily at $6 per cwt., gross.
The foreign journ als report that M. Floto
the composer of, Martha, is now busily en
gaged In writing another opera,
. The small-nox has become rery prevalent
in Brooks County, Georgia, and there is great
Bliuui iu vuiibeiiuciivu.
France is stated to have supplied Sardinia
with 58,000 muskets and 11,000,000 percus
sion caps. .''
Three women and two men were sent
ail at Indianapolis, recently, for too
ove-making in tne public, streets. . ,
The first feeline, "says Balzac" of a woman
for a man she tores is a desire, to receive
iBses. . , 1 : .... , , .
Excessive Indulgence to others, especially
to children, is in fact only self-indulgence
under an alia.
In Louisville. Ky an anatrram on
Little Giant's name has caused considerable
merriment in private circles Loud got!
A fire at 'Albany. Ga.. on' the 27lh
destroyed Byington s Hotel, Hill's stables
ana sererai oiuer uuiiuina.
Alderman McPeak, of the Second. Ward,
Philadelphia, was found drunk in tha Btreet,
the other night and locked in the calaboose.
A swindler, representing himself as S.
Fairfield, is traveling through the Southern
States, imposing upon the benevolence
the Fee yasons. -,; it j nj i'MT?'
A mate r3f the whaling-bark 1 Ellek
severely "punished", on arrival at New
Mass., by three seamen who had
victims of ill-treatment at sea. , to.-lj.
Thomas Ford and his wiffe are intemperate
people. On Friday Mrs. Ford went into
field at Pawtucket," ft. I., in' a' drunken
frenzy, and cut her throat with a case-knife.
A rabid politician refused, the other
to take a bill of the ''North" Bank in PhiU-
delphia. and was accommodated with
issued by the "National." ,,lo..
Nee-roes can now be curchased In
Richmond (Va.) market from $200 to-
less than their ruling price six and twelve
months ago.' - '
An Australian asserts that cobwebs ara
complete cure for dysentery. He takes
in pills, four a day They are also used
fever and ague. ,
A new hotel is beine erected near the
pot at Adams, Jefferson County, New
in which, it is said, the Rev. Henry
Beecher, D. D., owns $8,000 interest. ,
A libel suit against Bennett, of the
Tork Herald, has fallen through, because
cannot be proved except by common
that Mr. Bennett, was. the proprietor of
The New Tork Journal of 'Cbihfnerci
that there has been a fine anti-Lincoln,
at Sing-Sing. Does it mean
the prison t , ,... i'
! "Mrs. Governor Morgan did not receive
"snlpndid ' diamond necklace" from
Prince of Wales. The Btory(is pronounced,
a silly piece of gossip;.'1 ;., '
The fast woman, Mrs. Brown,' accidentally
shot two years ago Dy young aiiBworut,
who aimed at her husband, is keeping
bagnio in New York,' .
Felix Chavin, of Lyons, France, has
discovered the mysterious Chinese
color to be derived from the common
born plant. V, .1
Two teleerarmic operators can carry
silent conversation together by making
dots and lines of the Morse alphabet on
other's hand with their fingers.
Motley is stiH in London, superintending
the printing of his new volumes, now
troiiie throueh Murray's press. His
and lame attract wide attention in England.
N. P. Willis, the king of toad-eaters,
venting his malignity aguinst tue Hew
Herald, by comparing the Prince of
with the sun ol oia licnnen.
An honest, virtuous man lives not to
world, but to bis own conscience.
the planets above, steers a course
to tne worm.
We nnblisbed a naragTanh the other
of a. Virginia editor who found a .snake
bis bed. In that State they usually
snakes in their boots.
Two drunken sailors got into a fight
board the American Eagle, at Newburyport,
Mass., on Thursday, ana liionage
smashed in the skull of John Mclntosb
Plinv sneaks of certain animals that
fatten on smoke. How lucky would
for sundry eloquent statesmen, if they
get men to ao so i -
i TTnw much better would the world
If people could bat do-now and then
Lord Ciestlereigh .vised ,Uj deprecate,
turn tbetr backs upon inemjeivee.
! One of the features of a late fair at
Gv, was the appearance op the grounds
twenty pupils of school with, their,
all clothed in Georgia homespun.
It li a pleasant thing to see roses and
glowiag npon young .lady's heekj
bad sign to see a man's face Tireakkmt
blossoms. " fiH ef.f 1 1 'fl,
' John-TaTifaan, ene of the oldest
of Bostoo, litoka bis arm a few days
a itail, caueed fay entangling his feet
lady's hoops, pn,tb.e side walk. l ,,"
! Thr Jhcenfliiry firesoccurred at
Man., on Sunday morning; three
pf meat, seyen tanj,. -fyf, and,
(w: ArnVvi J' -v in... i so ,a
Dreadful Steamboat Disaster.
Dreadful Steamboat Disaster. The Explosion of the H. R. W. Hill---Thirty-five
to Forty Lives Lost, and Twenty Persons
Wounded—List of the Sufferers—Incidents
of the Catastrophe.
' The telegraphic dispatches to the Daily
Phrsb have given conflicting ewounte of the
dreadful explosion ef the II. R. W. Hill, and
Friday's New Orleans papers give the full
particulars of the melancholy catastrophe.
The peliaat .thai date has the following:
The'steamer "Wm. L. Levy, Capt. Puckett,
hence for Alexandria, vhen opposite College
Point, was hailed by the Steamer H. R. W.
Hill, on Wednesday night, at about twelve
0 clock. The Levy ran atotrgside, and ascer
tained that the Hill was in distress, having
ixploded the third bo'4er,from the, larboard
tide. j - ' ' ;
1 The Jhvy rejurned lnat vening. having in
tow the MIL when she landed her at the
foot of Girod-street.
At the time of the explosion there was a
bead of steam on varying from 120 to 125
pounds to the square inch (the usual power),
tut owing to the fact that below Australia
Landing the- boat had run over a stump,
knocking a bole in her hull, and no donbt
thereby affecting her boilers, this explosion
mav be coniectured." The engineer, how
ever, told us that the boiler-hcad is made of
. '. , 1 1L 1 i" 1 I ,
cast-iron, ana nears tne mHra oi an tun craca
on the rim where it was 'Severed from the
The explosion is of a curious -character.
The boiler-head is driven out only from the
upper part, and doubled over in its cehtet,
Having tne appearance oi a circular oook
cover naif closed. When the explosion took
place this boiler-head was only partly bent
over, consequently i the steam and watee
escaped upward in great force) aurj broko
the floor of the saloon and damaged some of
the slate-rooms.' ' As the steam and water
fained egress, the pressure against the boiler
ead caused it to fall' over as already de
scribed, and then the steam and water took
a horizontal course, dashing in the ereatest
fury aft over the cotton bales, where some
forty-five persons, deck-passengers .and all
hands, all Irishmen, were sleeping.
NAMES OF THE SUFFERERS—INCIDENTS OF THE
From Mr. Johnson, a passenger, we learn
that on Wednesday nigb,t,at half-past eleven
o'clock the after heaQ.jjjfjibe boiler, above de
scribed, blew out, passing, with tts contents,
(steam and water)entirely through the en glne
tnnmi killinir the Becond engineer and the
striker, both of whom were on watch, and
also killing some thirty or forty deck-hands
and passengers; also, badly wounding fifty or
sixty more. a
none oi me cuum puascuKcio new mjuiou,
xcent Mr. Lohman. he havinc bis right
hand slightly wounded.
The officers all escaped without injury.
; . . . ... i . c - i i i
i The earner, u. w. oenrry, oi nasnniie,
and Charles Hagger: of Nashville, jumped
overboard ana were arownea. .
Mr. Glidden Marks, of New Albany, was
instantly killed. Henry Foster, of Memphis,
was considerably scaiaea, dui . poi uangor-
OU&ly. ii l -
A yoong boy, name ttuknown, wno had
jumped overboard, succeeded Id gaining the
shore.' .... 1 ' f , i'1
i Mayor Monroe quiclfly, together with
Lieutenant Jacqnens and a body of police,
were in attendance on tha Hill last evening,
in removing the wounded to the IIo3pitul;
also rendering all aid to those whose pre
carious situations required immediate atten
tion. ,.';. ' ' -; '' , ..
Nine wounded men were sent to
ouaiity rioopital) three to Dr. Stones In
firmary, and two are still xta board the Hill,
badly Bcalded. , ! ! ' 1 1 . "'' '
It was a melancholy. spectacle, to behold
the whole cabin of the Hill strewn with
wounded, dead and dying, and every person
on uoara -enaeavorinu; to .uie uLiuuai, w
lieve the suffering of tne untortunate.
Not & female was nurt on Doara.
The dsad bodies make an exhibition
yonu uescripiiun. r.auu uuu; nw owiiitu.
nlaced on a Dallet.and .Jaid out on .
saloon-deck and -covered rrith sheets.
Kmfl nf tha twlipta are entirely sicmnea.
land tiresent a horrible sieht, like highly-
colorea lnaians. uiuera are sirippeu ui
in various parts, presenting alearlul appear.
snre. . ..
It is said that a certain boat passed the
at the time of the accident, and though
agonizing yells and piercing suneits or
lying ana wounueacouiu oe uenru a uwnucs
if five or six miles, and the boat alluded
was even bailed, still she refused all assist
ance, as wili.be keen 'by our!river-nws
port. - . - ,f i ; - ' "
T.uat nitrlii we visited the Charity Hosoital.
and found that one of the sufferers
breathed his lost died In excessive agony,
.The others in the hospital, some oi wnose
names araacertatned to be John-Uaily,
rirk Parle. John Uacket. are doing as
4it, ia aosBirile under their oainful condition.
. . . 1 - .s . J .... : .
Bull, one OI inem may nut urn urn-iug
The clerk of the Hill not having his list
killed and wounded yet correctly maae
requested us to wait their publication
thin -nnnn: '"
Thedamage to the Hill is trifling comparea
with the loss of life, and beyond the
and the small destruction to tne saioon-noor,
Bhe is scarcely injured...
Extraordinary Elopbmert is Illinois
The Guiltu Lover Carry off Money
Children. A late Peoria (111.) paper says
: R J. Ortnn. a wealthy and Influential
sen of Munson, in Henry County, on
day night eloped witn uie wne or a air.
who was living with hi'm, taking
some $G,Cu0 or $8,000, the proceeds of
stocks and farms be had but recently
nosed of. . Urton leaves a.wiie ana
. hiidran anal, from the circumstances
rnnnilinff the case, had been getting
iWntnn fnr some time, but his heretofore
r,,f .,,,r,,-ipr kent down Busnicion.
guilty pair took with them one of Orton's
children. Orton is said to be about twenty
nine years old, and Mrs. Morton
twenty. The husband of the decamping
Wife had purchased a farm near Rock
and had come for her to go with him to
borne, when he discovered she was
Mrs. Urton is said to be a lady of more
brdinary intelligence and attainments,
has the sympathies of the citizens. Thecass
has cffculfcd-uo little excitement, , .
'; A Frantic Euthasti India l"
Moneter Kill hi Keeper and
Frightful Ravage. A newly-trained
, . . . - Ml L. nAan rUahln .
riepnant, at iiscuuui, uww
faeeatly went mad, killed one of his
and Nimm iitarl or eat ravazes. Alter
stroying several houses, ruining the
and killinK two other men, it entered
r . . . i 1 r . ...
nan An A Tarn, wnirn naa uenv r Kiauuv
There were several expert tiainers in
yard and. tha gates were closed,
Ihem with the elephant. There, they
irvine- to nal in him. retreatins from his
erhii h .he unntinnallv
tacked witn au Bis lorce, ana otus
succeeded in. batterinn down. This
rsge seems to have' continued ttsabated
several days, and would pot probably
UOtu M was suarvea w auiieu.
i A TtAUDBii-JoMPosiTOBvLt is said
fWni. H. (Vrme, a lad working in tbe
officii of the Woodstock (Ytj ChtedMin,
Attw anf iinR 000 ems hnnroenla In
mu.il i i' - 1 n
houre 6,500 of eoUd,'. tuid the
!lea4T4.RWUB(irAi'ti I AUr.a ts 69
The Shoemaker Poet of Victor Emmanuel.
: .B.ichar4 Henry Stoddard has in last week's
New York Independent a very poor pieoe of
verso, entitled Th Shoemaker Poet of Victor 1
Emmanutl. The poem is too much below
pur standard for publication, but we give .
the) preface thereto! , " .:
The following account of this new Italian
eelebrKy is from the A'co d" Italia. The
Writer of' the paragraph is a correspondent
of the Mondo Illiutrato, of Turin, who, dur
ing the past summer, visited the mineral
springs or Vaudier,- whets he discovered, in
a cave between two rocks, a shoemaker's
shop with this sign! "Michele Fantini, Shoe
maker of His Sacred Royal Majesty." Fan
tini, it appears, is in the habit of going
every watering season to Vaudier to open
his shop, which is a great resort of those
who are fond of impromptn verses and pop-
ongs. This summer, however, his shop
was closed. "Having inquired tor him,"
says the correspondent of the 'Mondo Illw
trato. "I was told that he bad followed the
royal cortege hunting among the Alps.
One dny, while we were wailing for the
arrival of Victor Emmanuel, I saw and
spoke with Fantini. He is a fine-'lookine
man, with a long red beard, an intelligent
eye, lranK in ms manners, ana always
ready with an answer. The pooolia'rities of
this man please the most popular ot kings
so much, that, since 1856, whenever he goes
a hunting the chamois, he always takes Fan
tini with him, who, besides Vicing a good
shot, has also the honor of shoeing the royal
teet ol bis sovereign. Uiten .the distm
giiished hunter rests from his lonir day's
sport and after talking over the incidents of
the chase, calls to nim his triena. the hlioe.
maker Poet; and asks him, in the Picdmont
ee dialect, "lantini veretta eahlif (Fantini,
will yon mniri l Aliu liu mugs tun pniriui.lv
war-son es or 1848 the taking of Peschiera,
and the battle of Goito. It is the guardian
King of the Alps who listens from his throne
of rocks, repeating stanza by Stanza the
sons of liberty, wnich. are more acceptable
w ms uetub tunu iui viuvrsuagi.
One day, Victor Emnmnuel, whose accu.
racy as a marksman makes him the first
hunter of Europe, as he is the first soldier of
Italy, killed twp cnamois at a single snot.
The next day Fantini presented his Majesty
with a pair ot well-made shoes, and a very
: Uknattjral Dbvotioji of a Wifs to Hsr
Sister's Murdeb.br. The wife of William
D.-Totty 4be wretch who Is now-Jn Prison
at Richmond', Virginia; awaiting execution
for the murder of bis wife's sister, and for
whom Mrs.Totty is now in deep mourning
!r , .1. . i .j , w frH.T.
niHDiivBui uie . uiub cAuiauiuiuixijr mimjuu,
for her unnatural Husband. She is quite
young and beautiful, and her devotion under
all the circumstances is a mystery. It will
be remembered that it was the refusal of
Miss Catharine J. Thom (sister of Mrs. Totty)
to submit to base and dishonorable proposals
from Totty which caused him to take her
life. After repeated attempts to violate his
marriage-vows, and then the murder of her
own Bister, Mrs. t. still ciuigs to mm wvtn a
fondness and auecuon wnicn, appear scarcely
credible. ' 1 i
1 . ,
Successful .DisoiPLi9 or Thbbpis. Of the
well-to-do actors who have not yet retired,
we have Mr. Forrest, who is now playing
splendid engagement and adding materially
to an ample fortune, and Mr.; Hackett, who
has always been a very greaf public favorite.
Mr. Forrest: we nreanuie. will retire from the
stage in two or three years more. He has
splendid resmence in tne center oi rnuaaei-
Jl u l u. hi i , u.DGit n.uwcu uia iuiou.iuu.
some time since, to retire from the stage, and
purchased a principality in the West, but af
terward relinquished his intention of turning
farmer on a large scale,-and made a trip
California, from' whence ho has lately re
turned. Mr. Hackett has built for himself
beautiful villa-on the hights of Yonkers.
He is a philosopher, who takes life easy, aud
looks younger than bis son. His idea is that
each generation should take.ctre f itself.
Tub Eastern Robbiry of tub Adams
ExrtfBsB Cofpany. The brothers Andrew
and Samuel Roberts, apprehended last Tues
day, and taken before Justice Quackenbush,
New York, on a cnarcre ot torcerv. were,
Thursday, released from the ciutody of the
criminal authorities of the city and sent
Connecticut a requisition from the, Govj
ernor of that State having been forwarded
for their return thither. Tha prisoners
implicated in the recent robbery of $16,000
from the Adams Express Company the box
containing the money having been thrown
by the thieves out or the baggage-car of
.New York and New Haven Railroad train,
near Westport, Connecticut. t
v.. 1 1 a
AHBtlOBATION OF F0RE30NSRS IN RtJSSIA.
The Emperor of Russia, after nobly prepar
ing the way foi the freedom of his serfs,
m ado important changes in the laws regu
Jating'the rtsiHence ot foreigners. Formerly1
they were not permitted to buy real estate
pr build houses, except upon disadvant
ageous leases, or to trade as merchants, ex
cept in a limited way. All these restrictions
are now removed, and foreigners are placed
as te residence, ownership of property
traffic, upon a level with Russian subjects.
The facilities for travel in tbe empire
also much increased, by a simplification
the passport Bystem. T
Charcoal a Cobs fob Bcr.nb. The Ga
zette Medicate, of France, says that, by
accidenVoharcoal 1,118 ben discovered to
a cure for burns. ' By layinsj a piece of
charcoal upon a burn, the pain subsides
By leaving the charcoal on
hour, the wound is healed, as has been
on several, occasions.
remedy is cheap and simple, aud certainly
deserves a trial. t , ,
. Death of a Dwarf from ths Runs Si'ort
of Boys. Paul B. Drake, forty inches high,
who had been connected with several itiner
ant shows, net with an untimely death
Columbus, in this State.-tb other day.
number of boys got uira into a grog
and ant him uuon the counter to make
for them. Shortly auerwara ue ieu
backward on uis ceau, ami uicu ui uia
Hsavt Suit for Damages Against
UaTirAM Fillibdbtkr. The KlO Uraude
Sentinel Bays that a civil suit has
Virmioht auninst the notorious Juan N.
tina by Robert 8. Shears, in which the
claims $3ti,ouo aamages, ior mj ui i
In vIno ahnt and wounded in Brownsville,
by the Mexican "fiuibuster," duringthe
troubles on the Rio Grande a year ago,
TJavnimnw m Tin Biard Mania.
Is to be a revulsion, apparently, in tbe
rflre for rtearda. Bv an order snnpojed
to emanate from the Imperial Government
ot Austria, alL tne persons emptoyeu
tha Venetian n&rt or, the Lombard-Venetian
Railroad, have been ebtiged to sacrifice
their long-flowing beards.
; luimriii Sin pi fob THB SfAJilM
Vici. Captain Martinez. ' a distinguished
hia (Itiv. rnnient to contract for Uie construe
tion of three nrst-olass war-frialee iavjtutir
lean shin-yards. , ,r.i ..i ,
in w j .r.. rfTv 'Tft.rtws
1 HI AHUUUBUi UP i i -"
Dry Ar,irM tGJlewyfiervy
wHiob Aa ktialeifbr 4jeuy-lr r yeatm,
stonMB.TeDt.' to bait - It Could
Supposed Suicide of an Eccentric Character
—An Indian Doctor Determines to
Saturdays St. Louis Republican says : .
Louis Drucker, seventy-four years of age.
Snd who has for soma time past followed the
profession of an Indian doctor, in this city,
Ii as disappeared under oircumsuuices wntcu
lead to the, belief lisat he baa nommitted
suicide. He was last seen on the evening of
the ICth. of October on the ferry-boat at
Carondelet, and the following morning his
bat and coat were found npon tbe bank of
the river. Three days previous to bis final
disappearance, he stopped at the Jefferson
Hotel, and on tne dlst ult. tne loiiowing
letter was found in the room which he oc
"These lines I pen to yon one hour before
my death. Idle with great resignation, in
the waters of tbe Mississippi River, in order
not to impose upon' the hospitality of the
Douse oi some menu; otherwise i could nave
died much more convenient.' My Corpse I
bequeath to tbe Humboldt Institute, so that
Science may be a gainer by it.i My stomach
must be a wonderlul picture, and 1 would
like myBclf to have a look at it. As soon as
my corpse is found, please forward it to Dr.
nammer, oy a sealed letter, through one ot
my lrienus. Ang, rauisen, who lives near
liocrnstein s Opera-house. You will per
ceive that I decline the inock honors of a
ridiculous funeral. The expenses of tbe
transportation of my body the Institute will
of course bear. .
"You are araone my oldest Berlin friends.
Sbow yourself worthy to fulfill the will of a
dying man. My Dody nas a special martf,
viz : a scar op the left leg from a bullet shot,
with which ia French hero honored me. Now,
good bye, and keep a kind remembrance of
! Those acquainted with the doctor's eccen
tricities, are inclined to think that he has
not committed suicide, but that he wrote the
foregoing letter and left his hat and coat
upon the river bank-merely for the purpose
of creating a sensAtion The supposition is
reasonable, from the .fact that his past life
has been marked by all Borts of eccentrici
ties. . He was born in Berlin, Prussia, and
was widely known as a witty man. .He first
kept A large wine garden in Berlin, where
all orders for drinks were dalivered by wait
ers on ponies. He afterward kept a similar
establishment in Leipsic, where the cup
bearers . were girls, who moved about on
skates, mounted on castors. He was over
taken by finnnuial difficulties, and emigrated
to New York, where he Was engaged durinor
. his stay in that city, in the business of a
wine merchant, cigar dealer, and hotel
keeper, and lastly as an Indian doctor. He
leaves a ramuy. ..;
The Gothamite Press—Financial Condition
of the New York Dallies.
Ths following, from the New York corre-
spondence of the Charleston (S. 0.) Courier,
mnet be reoeived with large grains of allow
ance, and with ja "due , consideration of its
Sonthem biast ' ' -i- -
Next to the Herald tprobably the corre
spondent is an attache of the Herald estab
lishment Ed., I think the Journal of Com
merce the be3t paper in the city. Usually
the partners divide $1,000 per week, not
allowing the money to accumulate in bank.
The Tribune, I think, is worth perhaps $40,
000 a year, but then it is divided among so
many persons editors, foremen, paper man
ufacturers, speculators in coal mines and
bank directors that. no. one: person gets
much. Greeley, who does the most work,
gets the least pay. ..Bis salary, outside of
his interest, is $40 a week, while Dana re
ceives $50 a week. The'Twuf is beginning
to pay very well. The chief editor, Mr. Ray
mond, affords to live in fine style, better,
lierhups, than any of his brethren of the
press, except James Brooks, when thei lot-
tt r s wife is in town. The Timet is yieldii
liow from $15,000 to $18,000 a year, and w
continue to increase in value.
The' World, atone cent, has already Sunk
over $37,000, but it continues to buffet the
waves of adversity with acourage worthy of
a better cause. Its devotional and rich sup
porters will get tired of shelling out after a
i , r,. i f : l . : . t . i , , .
wuue. 'iaue oun m uuu wiiat ii. was. iu uirui
has been considerably dimmed since a jour-
nal lour times it sue ime norwi nas peen
eold for one cent. Its profits now do not ex
ceed ss,uiiu or iu.uut.
The Courier ana hnauirer lias also .tujlen
into the sere and yellow leaf of declining
life. - Its attempt to start an evening edition,
called the Star, was a lamentable and disas
trous failure, and involved considerable loss.
The Courier and Enquirer is no longer the
peer of the Journal of Commerce. While one
isgoing up, tbe other is going down, although
the latter has the State patronage.
Ul the evening papers mile need Do said.
The old "Commercial Advertiser is very
lively, bnt does not make the money It once
ai u. iue -cweninp -rotr, me most oninanc,
aa it is tbe most bitter of New Yerk journals.
talc es the lead of its venerable cotemnorarv.
botn in circulation ana casn. ine Eoenvnq
Ezvres and the Evemtw Day Book carl beiai
both tbe Republican journals in circulation
in tact, tnev issue aooui twice as many comes
as the others. The Expres probably has
larger circulation rur us ereuiuK cuitiuna
. . . . i : 1 1 1. 1 r . i. .. i
inan any uiuer uiuiiiur iuper puuusueu iu
ls.in6ricK: ':' ' ' ; i "
Tha Aveuwa Pott is the best naner in New
York by long odds, and to persous of taste
and culture, perhaps the most acceptable
uurnal in tne country.
Probable Capturb of Another Slavbb
b? a Y abKtkamkr. llio rsassau uuaraian
un vveanesaay, tne oa ibsi.,. as tue aioop
Union. Cantain Saunders, turned round Rid-
inC Rocks to iro toward Orange Cays, she
came in 'eight of a brig at some diBtance,
wbicn, as tue two: vessels approaenca eacn
other, bad all the amiearauce of a slaver.
Gradually they got within a mile and a half
. c 1. 1. L' .. .1 ,1 1 .. I. K-. i. t '.
away from Orange Cays, evidently to avoid
a larKe war sieniuer inviuir tiiero at auburn.
The people on the sloop were then witnesses
to the sudden and rapid movements of the
steamer in "getting nnder way," and to the
beginning ot tne cnase, tne result ot wnicn
l. -1 1 1. ... T I. a .I,...
V O Bllllll, ' I IIUUUV. DUIIU 11 . Ul A u uiuw
was about S. E. by E. from the Orange Cays.
As tne Union continued ner course, ene met
the Excel, of Green Turtle Cayr Captain
James Curry, who bad been on board
steamer, and bad learned that the slaver had
been an object of very attention ate regard
by the steamer for some hours, and had,
tact, Deen tinner mat sort ot surveuiuuca
which the Bnider usually eives to the
There can be ns doubt the slaver is takeu,
aa she was losinor eround last, ana una
chance, the ws&tbei being tin said the
before tueui. i ' .
' ElTIHT OF FBI JlARlbB LoSSBS DOBIMtt
0cTOBKB,-r-The list of the marina losses
the oast month, comprises tbirty-eevea
sels (whereof seven were foreign), .in
following orden i One steamer (Uts i
naught), nine ships, five barks, six brigs
and sixteen schooners. Of these, twenty-
seven were wrecked, one burned,one missiug,
four foundered, two abandoned, ens sunk
solliaiooand one eaeetetxi.- Tlie-ai;;rjte
value of these, exclusive of cargoes, is
timated ateS7D,000. ' ' ' ' "
A Clown Widded to an F.picski Eqdss-
tbiinks .Accordicg to the St. Louis papers
M'lle Ells. Zoyara, the great ejouestneune,
i euecBea to Aran nun s anoan winae mua-
. ftnlinarv feata harve evcited eo much admirft-
m. V t j - -"
(SooWiU tion, and whose sex has beesi ths sulyest
sni, some comment, was married on Saturday
witlwui , pigbt at the Monroe House In that city,
UftY.U Mr. Frank Drew, the welKknowa comedian,
110 Bttaeoed) sin nice I oompany, ,
France and the Cotton States—Louis Napoleon
Asked to Protect Charleston.
Last Thursday we Hld?d to the alleged
protection ' sought by somi of the Cotton
States, In the event of dissolution, of the
Emperor of the French, anl now annex1 ' a
translation bf an article on the same subject
from the New York Courier de Eat Unit
If onr Information Is correct, overtures
have really been made to thd government of
France, to learn if, under certain circum
stances, she would consent to take under her
protection the commercial neutrality of some
point on the Southern cftt of the United
Slates. i -
The answer has been that questions of this
kind can not be solved except in view of
accomplished facts, owing to the entirely dif
ferent aspect that they may wear according
to circumstances. .. , .
There was not, therefore, and there could
not have been any encouragement of any
kind, nor any hope authorized to any degree
that this would be done. Nevertheless, those
charged with the negotiation appear to have
roceived the impression that, if a government,
regularly organized in the name of the South,
alter having given proof of its independent
existence, should proclaim one of its ports
free, it would have a chance of obtaining the
guaranty of the French flag for the point
thus opened freely to the commerce of the
world. Hence the idea of inaugurating the
disunion movement by the erection of
Charleston into a free port.
The overtures we have spoken or are not,
moreover, the only steps taken in France by
those politicians of the South who are seri
ously occupied with the eventuality of dis
union. Under their Inspiration, the commerce of
Virginia, South Carolina and - Louisiana is
directed assiduously toward suppressing all
intervention between them and French com
merce. Adrances, both Individual and col
lective, have been made. with this object, to
ward our principal placosi-rHarre, Nantes,
Bordeaux and Marsei'les. They have, of
course, been well received, since they were
accompanied by offers of all the advantages
that could render them attractive and ac
As the Courier is earnestly engaged in the
effort of the fusionists to defeat Lincoln, it
has doHbtless colored its statements rather
highly, so as to frighten the North.
The New Orleans Cemeteries on All-Saints,
Day—Observation of the Occasion.
Friday's New Orleans Picayune says:
The Catholic cemeteries presented yester
day tbe strange and animated sight peculiar
to "All-Saints' Day." The ornaments were
not in such profusion as in former but
presented a more chaste and tasteful appear
ance. Tbe families who pay annually this
tribute of regret to their lost members had
attended the sad duty in the morning, and
retired early in order to avoid the confusion
caused by the large number of people that
fenerally throng the cemeteries at a later
onr of the day, i but nevertheless, those
places were crowded during the afternoon.
The day was fine and hot too cold, not
withstanding tne wind, and tne little or
phans, and the old men and widows could
keep their places at the small tables placed
at the gates. We are afraid that the collec
tions will not reach a hgureany way propor
tionate to the wants of the different s;lums,
but still, wa noticed with pleasure during
L our short visit there, that tee majority of the
visitors did not pass indiuerentiy tnose small
tables, where Innocent childhood orindijrent
old age implored their charity, and if the
coin dropped into tbe collection-plate was
small value, it was given with a good will
and a feeling of true sympathy and pity.
Besides the collections at the gates, the va
rious benevolent societies who have tombs
in the cemeteries, had tables set pear: these
monuments, and there again made an appeal
to the generosity of the visitors.
AKOTnER DoMKSTIC AFFLICTION FROM TUB
Lady Elgin Disaster Pathetic Story of
Bereaved and Ditconeolate Widow. The
Racine (Wis.) Journal relates one of the
hundreds of cases which might make the
I stony eyes of a statue weep: ""
A Mr3. Williams, the widow of Richard
Williams, ana wna lives near Liockport, 111
lost her husband, two sons one eighteen
and the other sixteen years old and
brother; by tne terrible calamity alluded
I' ite years ago she lost three children by
cholera, in umcaeo, , niteen montos ano
she lost a daughter. Out of seven children.
she has one, ana only one nine cmia lett.
Some four months previous to the loss of
Klinn. her husband sonsht and obtained work
in Mil h aukie, whitberne wasreturuia with
bis boys, after a visit home, when tbe wreck
of the ill-fated steamer overwhelmed them
In the -waters, and his bereaved wife with
riet and sorrow unutteraoie. cine naa wan-
ered back and forth upon the margin
the lake, like a spirit upon tue Stygian
shore, in vain, bewailing and seeking
lost bodies or nusnana ana aepartea irienas.
Thus far she has found none of them.
penury, and poverty, and pinching
she lives, destitute of clothing, almost,
a cheerless snciter and a neart tun oi griet.
JZahuOAD Accident is Viroinia Sorrow
Etcape- of Gov. it ue. Uu Tuesday last
up freight train on the Norfolk and Peters
burg Railroad, with a passenger car attached,
ran off the track about six miles this side
Kutlolk. and two or three .cars were nrecipi.
tnted down an embankment. Ex-Governor
Wise and 'several other srentleme.n
at eard, on their way to a barbecue in Isle
W iglit County, out no person susuunea
damage. Tbe momentum was so great
the time of the occurrence, that the train
800 yards after the breakage took
striking 300 of the splice joints and bending
some of tbe heavy., iron rails. Fortunately,
the coupling broke and the passenger
Was not injured. The accident caused
to tbe extent of about $5,000.
A Duel Pbeventkdbt a Sister of onb
tbe Pbincipals. A late New Orleans
This morning two young gentlemen,
got into a slight dispute on the election
ueation yesterday, lukde arrangements
a nosuie meeting tins morninv,. ana were
their way to the Metairie Itidge, when
widowed sister ot one, bearing ot tne
got a carriage and drove to the premedi
tated scene of conflict, and quickly
;eeueu in uiuaiug au amicaoio aAlJualultiu
Tbbbiblb ArrBAT in tbs South.
Mobile (Ala,) Mercury records ths following:
I On Sunday morning a rencontre
ttt Shubuta, oa the Mobile sad Ohio
rosd, between Ueo. Uherry, a grocer,
Wm. Cooper, a blacksmith. They drew
simultaneously, Cooper firing
woundins Cherry in tha band, ana luerry
ball laltinaT enecv in tne iiuiu. uaaa.iuK
t coutuauin. They were separated,
anmehow Tjermitted to tret tocrether
w. . ' .. . .
Cherry subbing uooner witn a uowie-kaiie,
pf which he died m fitteen minutes.
t-paat" i.i i '
Military Services or Sib Habrt
General Sir Harry Smith, who died la,
recently, served In the Peninsular
. ' 1.1 t . .. .
uaaer vt einngton, ana was preooun
tattle of Waterloo. .Be was in ths
war in 1834-'35, and sn 18a0 proceeded
India, was in the action of Maharajpore.
campaign of ths Etuuei, ana ootainea a
liant vu-.tiirv over the Sikhs at Aliwal.
afterward became Oovernor of ths
Good Hope, where, be ddtcewo ths
1 13oers at Doom Plats.
RATES OP ADVERTISING
A(trei Hsesaaula. Sot aiteeedlns Hve Mnet (a-M t '
One Insertion. J tl) l taeertlnns.. I 00
1st Insertlona.. 1 06 1 94 Insert lous.... S
Larger eSrwrtlaantentt IneerUn at the IbllairtaaT
raue pr agaaraef taa llnaai
i. SO I t'J lnw.rttnns..ft't a)
nal. 9-J 1H leaertloea... i
tlSi lnBertloM. ft tta .
J OH PH1NTINO
la all I la tranches done with amtneaeanddlapetea,.,
WHEELER X WILSON'S
WO. t7 W. FOURTH-8TREKT, i &
Fimra orKiiA. houhej 1
CINUINHATL ,. r
r OFFKl? TO TITPrTBMO THV '
T W Whether Wilson ttowin Mftch.iiA. with lm
portent lmroTPTnpnts. and to mfrt the dmnrt trw ,
coo!, low-sricMi Ftitntiy mitrniiits, nan introlnoM i
Hf.wBli LK, workirisf apnn the mm prinrfplf, mmm
mnklnff the Mnie stU. h. thoarh not M hlcntr Cats
felini1,at FIFTT-FIVK DOLLARS.
Tlieelfvnnov, npMMl, Tni4fmn nd fmpllcltf C
the MchiDt the baty and etrenrth of ttitrh.
In alikb on aoTH ainaa, in.aowtble o ravel, atC
leafing no chufn or ridge on theooder afde, th -
conoray oi thread ana antpiatHtitr to tbethfckaa
or thiDnent fabrfca, baa rendorod thin the mnet aaro
eeefful and popular JTamil Sawing alacbiM mw
A t onr arinnf offloM wa eel at Mew Tork prlea ' -
and frtve Initmctlon, fre of charffA, to en able pmr .
efeatftera to eew- ordfnarr aeama, hem, frA. ajatIV 1
gather, bind and tuck, all on tbe nine machine, tmi
warrant it for three reare. ' '
Hond or call for a circular oontalnlnf ttillpartiaewa
lara, prioea, teatlmoniali, etn.
jai7-ay WM. HPHTSBR b QQw ;
Ne. 9 SEWING MACHINE..
IT WWT!I,t tTNDFItflTftOn BY M fflT;J
M FACT1 KKUS and all thoee who use olngar'a He
elilnes, that tbey wll do
A GREITER VARIETY OF WORK, " '"", ' '
' WILL DO MORE WORK, RH0 " l
WILL DO IT IN BETTER STU
Than eaa be done on any other Machine.' 8IsT
SB'S FAMILT MAOHIMBB, 5S and T. ...
VClnclnnatl Otnee, No. 8 East FonrthtreeS,
aoasn-ar JAN. UK AK HON, JlsresiS. V
3,000 Cedar and Lecnst Foats ; . i - ,
10,0O Fence Pslinmi ..-..
(10,01)0 ft. rineand Hemlock Joist and SoaatTM j
Klin nun ft Thlnt earn. Lumber:
? 110,000 ft- Second com. Lnmheri
00,000 ft. First com. Lumber;
4 00,frOtP n Liear uiunuerj.
A.00,000 Shindies. ' -
to' h ite nnrl Y ellow Pine Floorlns'. Weathar.hoaraW
Frnming Tlmlier and all other kinds of ItiiH1fn
Lumber well seaaoned, for sale whleoaale and retail, .
Thos. W. Parrln & Co. "
yard on Freeman-street, opposite Oeoree-
l-tf ; 1
on Freeman-street, opposite Geo!
street, uncinnau, ti.
. B. Cook. A. lit. Casa .
M. H. COOK & CO., ,
PROPBIKTOaS OF '
GREAT WESTERN PLANEifi HHJb -
WHITBWATER. CANAl ,
BKTWIKU FIFTH AND81XTU-8TUKSTB, 01
H1 PONSEQ I7E NCR OF IIAFINO lib
TJit'Ai aoanaunea ouiiaine; in tne city easi .
turned our attention to preparhia baildias material
nf ever rinnorfntinn. we can salefr ear that our ea
perience In tlie buslneas and our facilities enable eat
L. nir,r Itirtiiretnenta to bnilders In the Cltr and at
dietance nnsurpaaiied, If eiiualed by any outer alma- .
tar establishment in ine yyeni.
W e also nuuiUlHatore reneera oi an aeeonptHtnar
nd keen on hand an assortment of Mahogany, Kose-
eroodwalnnt and Oak Veneers. Also, fto Hackle 1
r Picture and Looaina-Kiaaeea. . . .
s a Wa haaeiast received forty thousand teat er '
Bed Cedar, of fine quality, which we can sell at e
lose erica than It has ever been sold tor In this i
ket. , .
TUBULAR WROUGHT-IROH :
r Arch Bridges ,
AM CORRUGATED IRON BOOFS,
- ., (ABOHXD ABD FLAT,) ' '
ABBA4 CHEAP AS WOOD. AND OU j
maaulactory ia capable of sujpljiuf ani de
mand. ' i
Corrnrated Iron Sheets constantly on hand, of
Isea, aalnt m! and ready sr eBiptaent, with full tav
tractions for enplyiiigthem. ,.P
, Ijea-re orders at 68 Weal Third t.l'"'i . '. ' ' -1
lel6-erlaw ... , . . WOsKLY efe CO.
. . . .
FRUIT TREES I FRUIT TREES I
THE (arBSCRIBKR WOCIB Ctl-l
the atteution of those desirous of planting .
Fmit and Ornamental Tires, to his large stock,
lie for sale this fall and spring a fine asaorment of
Apple, Bectarine, Btrawberrlaa, ;
piar. Apricot, Blackberriaa, .
Peach, Ouince, Oooneberriea!
t'h. rrr, Bhade Trees, Craaberriea,
Plum, Ourrants, Baspberrlea, etav
Grape Boats and Cnttings. f
Alse, a larire stock of Oroenbeue Plants, arev
BTeen, IJeclunous anu umameaiai irentiiiaoiinBa ,
Ail the aboye Trees, bbrulu and Blocks are now
trowlns and readr for Inspection, la my WalaaaVl
ills anil Whiti'..ak NiitseriM.
llf norlptire CaUlecnes, with prices anneiad, wfls '
be sent, on applicatiun to 3. 8. CUUM., Waluut IllUs
P. 8. inil.ua pass the Nurseries everr Boor, ,
startlna fr.m luer's St. am Bakery, tl'i Bycamora
st., four doors above Filth. aell-sf
XI . P. BXjIAB'B
i NIW WUOLKSALB ' '
mmm jewelry nocsEi ;
No. 16 West Foiirth-8t,
WHERE CAN EE HAD EVBIIY ART- .
"(ILK apiHTtainln? to the bnsineas. at
much leas prlri. for CASH, the baa ever Wot ,
been offered in this market.
GIVE TS A CAI.Ii
AND 8K15 FOB TOVB8KLVK8. '
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B. B. BBSMKMA1I,
' Cincinnati. -
B. t. BBKNBlf Akl
Camargo Manufkcturing Oo.,v
bt wst iotjbth t., oisoinnati, . , ;
Manutactorera and Dealers Is
Wull rpra sti Window-Shales I ,
than evar before
C1NCINSATI FUIL C0HPANT,!
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JMo. lOS JC THntD-BTHEETs,
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nartfbrd City Coala
J V 'eUTete4 el lat" i'.7,Ll
romptw exernted.' ' 1 ' '