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Kuurlli appearance of the celebrated Tragedian,
. MR. JAMES ANDERSON.
THIS (Thursday) KVE8IN0, September , Mr.
Anderson will appear in ShRkspeare's tragedy of
........... Mr. Hann,
...Alias Finny Denham.
After which Blcnorlta fileria. only eleht Team old.
will appear in several of ber boantlinl dances. Also,
I lie Marshall Children in tlicir favorite dances.
lu rousciiiieiico of r ho louitli of this performance,
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Thursday Eveniiig, Sept, 29,
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Sir, It. G. PAIOB,
Miss EMIL1E PAIGE,
. .. , Hiss ELLEN PAIGK, . . ,
Mr. EMANUEL WAttWOOD.
' Mlsa PAlGtiwIll sing at this Concort the beauti
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THE SHADOW SONG,
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"V NEW OPERA,
"LE PARDON DE PLOERMEL."
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"Dlnorah," the heroin and high soprana in the
opera, wheso mind is wandering, alnga it while she
executes a grotesque dance with her shadow. It has
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IRISH, SCOTCH AND ENGLISH BALLADS;
. A FINE KNGLI8H GLXI (for four voices.)
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NEWS AND GOSSIP.
HS- After Jane, 1848, there wore 11.003
persons tronspoited from France, mostly to Al
giers, of whom all but 133 have died or been
suffered to return s portion of the remainder
nave become settled resident in that eolony
After December, 1851, there were 26,884 per
son! transported, the majority to Algiers, bat
partly to Cayenne and Corsica, of whom 1,708
remain in those countries. After Orslni's bomb
shell exploded, the government transported
428 persons, of whom 219 have not yet been let
bock.; Of this multitude of 28,213 persons,
there are said to remain untouohed by impe
rial grace up to the 16th of last August, and
spared rrom death, 1,927 persons,
ff3yThe Coos CN. 11. Remihllcdii savs. on
Thursday and Friday the White Mountains
were covered with snow, apparently as fully as
In January, and the oooupants of the Tip-Top
and Summit Houses, descending Mount Wash
ington on Friday, found snow to the depth of
six inobes, with drins or considerable magni
tnde. Throughout Thursday the air was pierO'
ing oold, like the latter part of Novomber. The
old residents say that never sinoe 1816 and
1817 has there been weather of equal severity
at so early a period in the season.'
fffA young lady, aged about sixteen, of
considerable intelligence and prepossessing ap
pearance, is now residing with the Sheriff of
Ottawa county, in., preparatory to Her re
moval to toe iunatlo asylum, one became In
sane from viewing the aurora boreallis a short
time ago, which she was induced to believe be
tokened the approaching end or the world.
t& The strike of the four thousand coal
diggers in the Pennsylvania mining diatriot
has resulted unfavorably for them; At a meet
ing of the coal-masters, held at JloKocaport
last week, resolutions : were adopted which
pledge tho owners to employ no man who bo
loneod to tno " aquai ousiioo booiouos esiai
lished by tho strikers. It. was also deter
mined to raise subscriptions for tho assistance
and protection ol suoh minors as aro willing to
return to work.
pST)is two hundrod and fifth anniversary
of the settlement of the town of Chelmsford,
Mass., was observed last Thursday by the
dedication of a granite monument, erected to
the memory ef those patriots of the town who
lost their lives in the eause oi indepsndenoe,
The exercises consisted of an address by Dr.
Wlllard Parker, of Hew York, and a proces
sion and dinner, at which sentiments were
given and appropriate speeches made.
flgfA company of Gormaas, stylinc thcui
selves tho "Lango Tipon Company," and
headed by a band ot music, marched in
platoon throughHew York OityonThuisday.
They did not shoulder "shooting irons"
any description, but smoked pipes with stems
two or three fect loug. A vory ludicrous
sight they wore. They went to State n Is
land for target shooting exorcise , ,
SSSoar Watortown, Jefferson County,
N. y.f upward of thrco thousand porsons are
now employed picking hops. Many of those
are from Utica, liomo, and othor remote por
tions of thnt State, attracted by tho good pay
and ploasant associations of the hop-yard.
The evenings are devoted to dancing; and
other amusements. , ' "
S-Shields, tho Niagara Fall jumper,
who is reported to have been drowned while
swimming out to test the currents, was at
tended by only two persons a fact which
has caused the suspicion that ho has not beon
drowned at all, but that tho report has been
got up to account for his not jumping. : .
' slTMadnme Poitovin, tho balloon woman,
made an ascension at Rouen, lately, accom
panied in the ' ,nr by her assistant, in tho
costume of Sancho Panza, while below was
suspended a donkey, mounted by a new Dul
cinea del Teboso, whose white toilet was vis
ible when the balloon itself could hardly
perceived. The descent was effected in safety.
SPGaribaldl has issued a proclamation
threatening to shoot any of his men who ven
ture to profess themselves Mazzinians, Re
publicans, or even GaribalduU. As the Gen
eral ia known to be a man of his word, there
is no doubt his threat will produce a sensa
tion. t -v -.i.'' , .
' man's comfort is like bit cigar if
ean not get it at homo,he will go in searoh of
elsewhere, , ,
Terrible Suffering on the Plains—Two
Men Subsisting on Grasshoppers and
Wo find tho following in tho Manhattan
(Kansas) Exprctt :
Nows recently reached Fort Rilcv. bv two
soldiers who came in on express duty from
rrairic-Dog Crock, that two men who had
started for Piko's Peak were lying in a starv-
lug cuumuuii ui, imcui uie uiBuvnv unoccupicu
stations of the lato express company of Jones
& Russell. The soldiers reportod that if ad
equate moans woro sent to their relief, it was
still possible that they might bo found alive,
although thoy wore left in a delirious and
I'ceblo condition. First Lieutonant Charles
Grillin and two others wore immediately dis-
patenca wun wnnt limited means tno iuar-U'r-inuslor
at tlio post could furnish. Tho
philuuthropic mission reached its destination
nn tne third day. lkln tatbor and son wore
found even in a worse condition than repre
sented. Thoy hod becu at the statiun eight
days boforo tnoy were relieved by the small
quantity oi tea, bacon and bread tnac tne
Horgoaut, who first discovered thorn, could
sparo, who gave strict injunctions to eat very
sparingly, elao death would ensue thoy be
ing so weak that thoy could scarcely sinnd
up without holding on to the door.
It annears that Lhev had lived on srasshon-
pers and mildewed oorn picked up from among
tne excrements lolt by the animals whien had
fed at tho station. Providentially, a fow young
shoots ef oorn were found to be springing up
about the station, and a dried skull ef a buffalo
bad boon thrown aside. They caught from
twonty to thirty grasshoppers every morning
while the dow was still on tho grass, until they
became too faint to procuro this scanty supply
of food, whioh they had to husband, in order
to make a fltow of grasshopper, buffalo hide
and young corn-stalks, in a small tin-cup, to
eat at night, to promote sloep and prevent
delirium. Thus they sustained life until they
obtained the cupful of tea, (about a quarter of
a pound,) two loaves of bread and a pound or
two of bacon, ion by the sergeant. When
found by Mr. Griffin, they were too debilitated
to be Immediately moved. lie aooordingly left
private Machler to fake oare of them, and went
on another day's, ride to repair his wagon,
which had been broken at the camp at Prairle
The father states that his name is Mr. W.
Frost, that he is fifty years old, and that his
son ThomRS Frost, who was with him, is seven
teen years old, the eldest of six children the
five others behind at Pottsvllle, Pennsylvania,
He is a shoemaker by trade. He started with
$100, having loft $60 with his wife. He paid
bis fare to Leavenworth City, from whence he
started on root.
Interesting to Commercial Men.
A suit of the Atlaatio Bank of New York,
against the Paterson Manufacturing Company,
en trial in the Passaic, (N. J.) Circuit Court, for
a week past, terminated on Tuesday in a ver
diot for the plaintiffs for the full amount
claimed. The Trenton American sayi : ,
This aotion. one of much interest to the
commercial community, has settled, aocording
to the charge of the Judge, that negotiable pa
per issued fey a oorporatien for accommodation
is, in the hands of a bona fide holder for value,
without notice of Its peculiar character, valid.
In this oase, the President of tho Paterson
Manufacturing Company loaned, as the defend
ants allege, to a friend in New York, for the
accommodation of the latter, the checks of the
company to a very large amount, some $50,000.
'Ibis paper, maae psyanie to tne rresiueni -
individual order, and indorsed by him, was
passed for full value to the Atlantic Bank in
the oourse of business, and taken by them
without notioe of the fact that it was aooommo
dation paper, and that as these checks were
made payable at a future day, and the words
" acceptance waivea - were written across tneir
face, any holder would have had legal notioe
of their character. The court charged the
jury that even if the company had no power
to issue tne paper, yet, u mat laot aia not ap
pear upon its face, that checks in the hands of
a bona fide holder, without actual notioe, are
good against the company. ,
The Females of the French Army.
. Wo believe there is no army in Europe,
savs that ef France, whioh possesses an Ama
zonian rear-guard a rear-guard, however,
only in so far that it ia the duty of these who
composo it to follow the battalions to whioh
tlrj are more immediately attached.
To every battalion of the French army, both
cavalry and infantry, are attaohed a certain
number ef oantinieres and vivandleres, in ac
cordance with the permission of the command
ing officer. ' Some regiments have only three,
others four; while the regiments of Zouaves and
Chassours can boast ef as many as six.
Whother tho ladies are particularly attached to
tho eostnuio, or to tho gallant bearing ef the
men who compose theso regiments, we are
unablo to say. Theso, for tho most part well
eonduoted and brave women, are gonerally the
wives of men belonging to the regiment or
logimenta to which tboy are more immediately
The duty of tho cantinlerea is similar to that
ef the holder ef canteen when the regiment
is in barraoks or quarters, when before an
enemy in the field, they supply the men with
spirits', wine, tobacco, and occasionally luxuries
in tne way ot tooa, ana net nnirequentiy pro
vide a table for the officers; whereas the vivan
diare follows the regiment (as do the oantinieres
also) on the line of march, and even to the
battle-field, where, often under fire, they present
the refreshing cup of wine, or mu do vie, rrom
the little keg swung across tbeir shoulders, to
the parchod lips of the wounded or dying
soldier. In one instanoe during the Crimean
war, a vivandiere who was standing by the
side of a wounded soldier of the corps to whioh
she belonged is known to have reloaded the
firelock which had fallen from his hands, and
fired on the retreating foe.
Among the men of the regiments to which
the vivandleres are immediately attaohed it is
held as a point of honor to protect them from
Insult ana danger; while they, on their part,
are ever ready to sasrifioe their own comforts,
and at times even their lives, to succor a
wounded comrade, and they regard every man
of the regiment ai a comrade.
To Pbkvbnt Cats Kauso Chiokins, Ac
Miss Harriet Martineau, in the new London
papor, Once a Week, is publishing a very in
teresting series of sketches, entitled, "Our
Farm of , Two Acres, in one of which
sketches she gives the following as a sure
preventive against the killing of chickens or
birds bycals: , !( ,
' When a eat is seen to catch a chicken, tio
it round her neck and make her wear it for
two or three days. Fasten it securely, for she
will make incredible efforts to get rid of it.
Be firm for that time and the cat is cured
she will never again desire to touch a bird.
This is what wo do with' our cats, and what
we recommend to. our neighbors; and when
they try the experiment, they and their pets
are secure from reproach and danger hence
forth.' "Wild, homeless, hungry, ragged,
savage eats are more difficult to catch; out
thnv are outlaws, and mar be shot with the
certainty that all the neighbors will he
DSKADKUI, IIUBBICANR TWKXTY IiOUSES De.
molishkd. The Wilmington (N.C.) Herald ot
of the 23d inst. says:
A friond writes us from Rockingham the
particulars of a dreadful hurricane which
swept over Richmond County and the upper
part of Marlboro' District, S. C, on the 16th
Inst. The destruction of dwellings, crops, ic,
appears to have been terrible, ami it is feared
one or two lives have been lost. So far as
heard from, twonty houios are reported as com
pletely blown down; while the number un
roofed and otherwise damaged is almost unac
countable. A kitchen in Marlboro', in which
were four negroes, was blown clear away, with
out hurting the negroos. The oorn blown out
of the field into the swamps, Is represented as
being many thousand bushols. Pino trees two
and three foot in diamotor were takon up by
tho roots and carried two and three hundred
yards. Light wood stumps in tho open fields
were torn up and blown away. In fact, such a
wind has novor boon oxperionccd in that soc
A Bkautii'ui. Skntimknt. Tho late cminont
Judge, Sir Allen Park, ouco said at a public
meeting in London:
Wo live in tho midst of blossiugs till wo
aro utterly insensible of their greatness and
ef the source whenco they How. We apeak
of oar civilization, our arts, our freedom, our
laws, and forget entirely how large a share is
due to Christianity. Blot Christianity out of
the pages of man's hiatory, and what would
his laws have been what his civilization?
Christianity is mixed up with our very be
ing and our daily lifo; there is not a familiar
objeot around us which does not wear a dif
ferent aspect becauao the light of Christian
love is upon it not a law which does not
owe its trust and gentleness to Christianity
not a custom which can not bo traced, in all
its hely, healthful parts to tho gospel.
Walkihq on tbk Water, Mr. Ilickock per
formed his feat of walking on the surfaco of
the bay, yesterday afternoon, in presence of
nearly lour nunurea spectators, l ne perform
ance took place on the north side of the island,
a short distance froom Moodie's wharf. Shortly
after four o'clock Mr. Ilickock left the shore In
a beat and donned his " boots " in about seven
or eight foot of water. By means of a long
pole he steadied himself for a second, and then
walked off with a brisk step. After walking a
fow rods, followed by a large number of boats,
he turned briskly round, and walked back to
the place where the bulk of the spectators were
standing. Although bis boots nave ratner s
clumsy and unwieldly-like appearance, Mr,
ItiokooK appeared to move about witb great
facility, and in whatever direction he wished.
After marching upon the water for about half
an Hour, Mr. Hickook approached the land and
explained the theory of his invention, lie also
stated that In a short time he expected to ap
pear in another pair of "boots," in whioh he
wonld leap into the middle of the bay and
walk about where he pleased Ttronto Olohc.
The Pbsciotjs Metals. The latest reliable
investigations as to the disposition of the im
mense quantities of the precious metals now
produced, point to an annual consumption of
twelve millions sterling in the arte, seven
and a half millions sterling by loss and abra
sion of coins, and ten millions hoarded in
Europe and Asia. From England alono tho
foreign export of silver duriug seven years,
(1851-57,) was forty-six millions sterling,
and gold i4,7UU,uuo. in ieoo, equivalent to
sixty millions of dollars; in 1857, to eighty
millions of dollars, and from the Mediter
ranean ports, from ten to fifteen millions of
Abrest of a Robbkb. An ex-penitentiary
convict, named Charles Allden, was arrested
last night by Marshal ConTroth and officers
White and Whltzel, upon a charge ef robbing
gardner near Kanesvilie of tour hundred
dollars in silver, during the late State Fair.
Allden, who was discharged from the peniten
tiary about three weeks ago, oonfessed having
assisted in the robbery and spent his sharo of
the plunder, amounting to about two nunurea
dollars, in this eity since Saturday last. Forty
six dollars of the stolen money were fonnd in
his possession. He appears to have lived like
a prince during the brief period allowed bim,
and said that he only rogrotted being arrested
before he oould spend all his funds among the
gay associates or eitner aex ne touna in tnis
oity. He was looked up in the station-house
to await ordors from Zanesville. Columbut
The celebrated physiologist, Magendie,
says that medioine is a groat humbug. He
knows nothing about it and knows of nobody
who does. He says that when he was physician
at the Hotel Dies, 3,1)00 to 4,000 patients
Eassed through his hands every year. These
e divided into classes. , With the first he fol
lowed the regular dispensary practice ; to the
other he gave bread pills and colored water,
Sometimes he oroated a third division, to w jom
he gave nothing all, and though they fretted,
and often made themselves sick becauso they
could not get medioino, thoy always got well.
There was little mortality among those who
had the broad pills and colored water, and the
mortality was always greatest among those
carefully drugged according to the dispensary.
A nara aose mis to tnoss wno vane coimon in
being killed according to soientlfio principles.
VLetters from Goneva, Switzerland, an
nounce the arrival In that oity of one of the
favorite Sultanas of Abdul Medjid, and a mu
sician, with whom sbe eloped. The Sultana
has the odd name of Sarsafras. She is a young
and beautiful Circassian, who lately was
the harem of the Sultan. She was much
prized, and was oovered with presents. As she
had a charming voice, she took singing lessons
from a dlrootor of the music of the palace,
Italian named Quatelli. One day, when out
driving, she entored a house leading to the
Bosphorus and disappeared with the musician,
not forgetting tho diamonds and other riohea
which she possessed through the munificence
of Abdul Medjid. lie was sorely out by her
ingratitude.. Perhaps she, whom he oalled the
pearl of hi seraglio, will appear some time
upon the boards of the Frenoh or Italian opera.
i Skbious Accident. An inebriated Welsh
man, named Lewie, was preoipitated to the
bottom of a thirty-foot well, on the premises
Mr. Cadwallador, on Broad-street, yesterday,
by the breaking of the rope by whioh Lewis
was being lowered to olean out the well. As
sistance was immediately rendered, and the
man drawn to the top, when it was discovered
that a severe out had been inflicted on
head, and the upper part of his body apparently
paralyzed. Excellent medical treatment was
procured, and the unfortunate man will proba
bly reoover. Columbui Journal, 27th.
A Perfect Lawvkb. An English writer
the seventeenth century has given a sketch
"the character of a perfeot lawyer." The
eonoludlng sentence of the eulogy is as follows:
In a word, while he lives, he is the delight
of the eourt, the ornament or the bar, tne glory
of his profession, the patron of innocence,
upholder of right, the scourge of oppression,
the terror of deeeit and the Oracle of
country I when death calls him to the bar
heaven by a habeat corpus rum comnw, finds
judge his advocate, non-suits the devil, obtains
a liberate from all infirmities, and continues
itill one of the long robes la glory.
sWo. Cone defines the exact bight of
young lady's ambition to be two little feet.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
WASHINGTON, September 28.
Tho correspondent of the New York Jlcrahl
I am informed that some additional prepo
sitions to those already before our Government
have recently been submitted by Mexico, in
regard to the settlement of claims, and for pro
tection, or tbo manner or protecting tne xransit
Among tho proposed stipulations to be con
sidered by Secretary Cass and the Mexican
Minister , is an important one in relation to
the settlement of claims of citizens of the
United Statos upon Mexico, which requires
that tho claims be adjudicated by four commis
sioners, two to be appointed by the President
of each government, and an umpire, to be so
leotei by the commissioners, or in oase of their
disagreement by tbo Seoretary ef State and the
Mexican Minister, and the amount of such ad
judicated claims over the $2,000,000 which the
treaty has provided for the payment of them is
to be sottled by ton annual payments of equal
amount, with intorest at six per cent until
paid, bonds to be given for the amount, which
will be receivable by the Mexican Government
for any export or import duet to that govom
mont. it is proposed also to obviate tho objections
of tho Mexican Government to our proposi
tion for tho protection of tho transit routes,
by tho appointment of a commissioner by
eaoh govornment to reside at suitablo loca
tions, who in case of disturbance of the peace
upon auy route, aro to make tho necessary
domands of tbo Mexican authority for troops,
which, if disregarded for n, period of fen
days, may bo made upon tho nenrcat land or
naval forces of tho United States, who, after
giving proper notice to tho commissioner, or
if ho be absent, to the nearest local author
ity, shall proceed to the scene of disturbance
and quell it. As an evidenco of the good
feeling entertained by the Liberal Govern
ment of Mexico toward citizens of the United
States, President Jaurez has extended to a
citizen of New Jersey valuable mining facil
ities in the State Sinaloa, which were to ex
pire on the 1st of October next, for two years
longer. . .,. . . ... i
Additional Foreign News.
NEW YORK, September 28.
The steamer Circassian furnishes the follow
ing additional news:
Cambard K. Brunol, tho designor of the
Great Etutern, who was prevented by sioknecs
from going on the trial trip, has sinoe died of
ureters nave oeen aispaicnea to anaia, ior ins
troops there to proceed immediately to China
in order to prosecute the war.
The Frenoh laws in relation to the press are
not to be modified. . :
The French Rentes elosed firm on Friday at
68f. 95c, on the Paris Bourse. -
BALTIMORE, September 28.
Major Chapman, attached to the Quarter
masters Department, has committed suicide.
Ilis body was found this morning on the beaoh
outside of Fort MoIIenry with his throat out.
The Missing Aeronaut Safe.
NEW YORK, September 28.
A dispatch has been received in this city
from La Mountain, who ssoended In his balloon
on Thursday last, at Watertown, N. Y., an
nouncing his safe arrival at Kingston, C. W.
TORONTO, September 27.
Intelligence has been received in this eity
that Mr. Head, a young gentloman seventen
Sears of ago, only son and heir of Sir Edmund
lead, Uovernor-General of the Canadas, was
drowned while bathing . in , the river San
Outward Bound—From Havana.
NEW YORK, September 28.
The Pertia sailed at noon to-day for Liver-
nool. with $170,000 in spoole. The stoamer
Gra(a arrived this morning, with Havana
dates to 23d inst. The nows is unimportant,
Freight dull. City in a healthy condition.
PITTSBURG, September 28—M.
River four feet two inches by the pier mark
and falling; Weather oloudy and damp.
Disease of the Isabella.
A failure of the grape crop annoys our citi
zens almost as much as a general potato rot
would, for the roason that almost ail house
holders train a vine in tboir roar yard noon
which, in the various eav)iloyments of pruning
the sticks, trimming the side-shoots, crushing
the caterpillars and fumigating the insects that
infest it. thoy spend a great many happy hours
efthe growing season, and hang about thoir
vine rich elusters of homely pleasure. The
vine pays for itself, though there should be
never an edible atom of fruit forthcoming.
When the purple elusters do ripen fair and
plump, silver would scarcely outweigh their
value in the eyes of those who have watohed
the growth of every leaf, the twining ef each
tendril and shading of eaoh grape. The vines
of New York and Brooklyn gonerally escaped
the frosts of June, which, In many parts of the
State, and of Miohigan, Ohio and the North
west, cnt oft all proapoots or a crop, uut mere
is no denying that the Isabella, which for its
hardiness bas long been a tavorite in tnese
parts, is diseased.
Soino young vines in well-sheltered cor
ners havo even this year produced hand
somely, but as a general thing, tho lower
leaves havo turned brown ana are falling
prematurely, leaving the clusters to ripen
unevenly, or not at all. Close pruning, upon
which this effect was charged by many last
year, is not the cause: for those which have
been allowed to run riot in luxuriance
foliago present no more promising appear
ance than those which were most unsparingly
trimmed back. ' At the last meeting of the
Farmers' Club the subject was talked over,
and in Btrains that made the owners of
house, lot and grapevine feel decidedly mel
ancholy. But they who sit under their own
V -11 li)u!.-..Hli. .V.J.. ,1 1.
vine, ueiwr sun rejuiuo 111 iu Biiauvo, nuu
no means be tempted to root out their Isa
bellas for the present. No one pretends
say whether the disease may not be a tem
porary ailment, for which it will recover
another year. At the worst a tolerable crop
can be raised with care, and no other speoieB
of vine promises to do enough better t justify
its hasty adoption in place of our tried
vorite. JVew xotk Intel. 1
It is asserted that the nurse of
young ladles of a noble English family,
Rochedales. who rendered her account annu
ally for little nursery et cetera, among other
things put down the moeest sum oi tnree Hun
dred and fifty dollars for brandy to sponge
children with. t
$3f The Worcester (Mass.) Spy says
four ladles and a ehild were poisoned on Thurs
day last, it is supposed, by the cheese which
they had eaten at the bouse of a friend
Winehendon, Mass. They all vomited severely;
some were very sick, and one scarcely survived.
The ohesse was made in Vermont. .. .
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ly and durably bound.
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Third story Times BuiMlns, will do all work in hi
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BUILDING LUMBER, LATH,
SHIHQLES, ETC., ETC., ,
3T1 Pinna Street. Cincinnati, Ohio.
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Orders promptly attsnded to. , :,, ml7.
B, K I TT RE D G E &Tc O .
134 MAIN (STREET, CINCINNATI, O.
' ' KITREDQE& FOLSOM.
SS St. Charles street, Haw Orleans, La.,
Importers of Gun. cV Sporting Appaintns,
AND DEALERS IN OP POWDIaU
lEXNDEBT TL. . JAMM iW
L. BYL & CO.,
CLEANERS OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
No.M 8ixth-atrt, between Vine and Kace.in
the Medical Coll.g., Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
may favor nswun meir pvruu" "
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14 .WEST FOURTH STREET.
DOOR PLATES. CARD CASKS, STATIONERY,
DR. J. WILSON'S Office, 58 west Jfounu
street, where he may be consulted daily for al I
Female Complaints, Inflammation of tie f-ervix,
Prolapsus Uterea, all diiplamntsof the Wuiiih,
Spinaland Cerebral affections, and othsr ornanlcdia
eaaos common to female!. The Doctor's loug expe
rience and recent dlaoovery in the treatuisnt . of tno
above diseases, can not fail to give nttrssatUluetlen.
The Doctor is stent for a European mal ru.iiithiy
Pill; trice 1 and two stomps. '"
R, 8. NEWTON, M. D.
Office; 90 West Seventh Street,
linriix VIM AID 1A0S.
O. E. NEWTON, M. L.
Omcc N. 0 West Seventh street, between Tn
and Baoe. Rssidemoe No. 65 Seventh sueet, u.
ween TWa nut and Vine. Orvieii Hoeas-7,1 t
P.Mj WtoJ!'.-.! JtoSP.M.
. A. SHI I
No. 118 West Sixth.street,
CINCINNATI. ' ' 'SPl-cm
(Bncoossor to Knowltea Tart.)
No. ftUWcst Foarth HU, bet. Walnut V Yius
I. L. HAMUn. H. a. fit ITU.
Drs. HAM1EN k SMITH,
No. 3 West Fourth M.
DR. 8. WARDLI,
ID N T I - T
, Office Ne. 138 West Fourth street,
CINCINNATI. OHIO '
H. S. WINSLOW,
NO. 131 SIOAKOBX 6T11KKT, BELOW FIFTH
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II. P. ELI AS'
WATCH & JEWELRY IIOliSE
16 West Fourth Street.
Where can be had every article appertaining to t!e
Business at a mnch lea") price, for CASH, tl:au
has evor before been offered in this market.
GIVE US A CALL
And see for yonraelves. . np,t
Hoi MX N. X. Cor. Fifth and Lodge atreets, beln o
Walnnt and Vine, Cincinnati.
Agood assortmentof SILVER and PLATED WMtB,
SPKOTAOLS, etc., kept constantly on band.
Special attention given to Gleaning and Repairing
Watohes and Jewelry. . myio
BECGS 4i SMITH, No. 0 West ttli St.
ARB NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment ef Watches, Jewelry,
Bllverware ana Aiiamonas,
A fine assortnent of Plated Tea Bats aad Ootlcry
and Opera Glasses. . . Ki
OrrisE or CnteiNNATi Gas Liobt anb Coie (.,
hi - , t ... OiaciaaATi, September 19,119. C
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE IlE
CBIVED at this office until the id day of October
next for the furnishing and laying of about one mil
lion and a quarter of bricks.
Proposals will be received for the furnliliine and
layinSi buth jointly and separately.
Plana and apeclflcatlona may be seen fey applying
to the Engineer, at this office, from 7 till 9 A.M.
wpzott : , . .yM.li. OIiABKB, Secr-tary.
I J.T. DROWNE & CO..
Tf ANUFAClraERS 0 JEWELRY,
A.V-SL new wholesale establishment, o7 west Third
atreet, between walnut ana ri
ins, (room Jo.., up
stairs.) Waetnnstl. Factory at Providence, Kliod.t
Island.. Blew Wylsa receive, weeiay.
A. C. STULB, ;
ATLANTIC CABLE RESTAURANT AND
WINE AND LAOEB BEER SALOON, No.
TIS Western-raw, OiselnnaU, Obie, .- .'
mm- Ky bar is at all times lUfpUei with ehoico
McflwrsandOlgaTii -- aepSsm
17RANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
M. roUIWRY, B. ALLlfflUt, superintendent.-
relating naeeriais of ail suaus.
let Vine streot.
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