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......NOTEMBKR 93
To-morrow is Thanksgiving Day.
To morrow should be in untolfisb. day. It
should not be on to iuifeii the body, but
one In whlob. to feed the better nature. A
good way to do that long tried end nerer
found fruitleie-H to do good, If we are
heartily, not' oitenetbly, thankful,' there
will be but little diffloulty for each of
tie to nee our'oomfbrU o a to merit and Ob
tain tbeuki fti W benotolent work. : With
ome people the day set ebart ei Thanksgiv
ing Da ie one for the re-union of kindred.
That it one of the marked features -of thiisi-i
nual observance. There, however, is a elate
of community that, in a itriot sense, ii kind
red to us, though separated by almost an ob-J
literation of the faintest lineaments of resem
Mantie. We mean the forsaken, thedeetitute,
the abandoned. One day in the year, at
least, professed Christians should. Introduce
themselTet; 16;' the lame, the haft andjtjjie
blind, tbe poor, the siek and the afflicted. '' '
There sre those in the prisons, in the bospl
ti.U, in the asylums, the Widows' Home, the
cellars, the cabins and caverns, that wo have
slighted and forgotten) that we, in the surfeit
of our abundance, have failed to realize
that we are Indeed our brother's keeper. '. Oor
wealth, eur luxury, eur good fortune for an
other year will have aa additional relish, if
we take eare to night to remember the widow,
the orphan, the tiok and sorrowing, and en
deavor to mingle with their bitter onp a joy on
the morrow, which will inrore thera 1 to say :
"This is Indeed to as a Thanksgiving Day.
We have some renewed hope to enoonrage us
on in the battle of life."
A group of the bright-eyed children of the
poor can be seen at the Bethel, on front
street, near Sycamore, Thanksgiving af
ternoon, relishing the good things provided
for them by the " Missionary. Let every' one,
us be has the opportunity, seek out and serve
iu some sincere and serviceable way the needy
end neglected. Tho Sons of Malta will be
noiselessly efficient, we feel oonfldent.
The Days of Rumors.
Tbere is a flying artillery battery of ru
mors nightly flashing fire and smoke along
tbe telegraphic; wires. Brownsville sent its
e,uoia, bnt Cobtihis baa taken refuge in the
r happarele, Charlestown and Earner' Ferry
h opt up a running fire of rumors, and the
end is not yet. Mexico is a California gold
mine of raw material in the rumor line, and
when hard pushed, the wooden-legged hero,
Santa Ahi, is resurrected and limps his hour
on Mexican soil.
The rumor of the wires -yesterday after
c"oa from Mexico was that Generals Wnw
won and Mabqcsi hid seised a conduct of
two millions of specie, and fled for England
on a British steamer, and that the army had
prcaouneed for Sisti A((!U. . Also that dis
Vatchee had been received by Governor Wiea
i'r'm Governor CaiSi, and from United States
Marshal Jobriox, of Ohio, that Blown' son
Vh., and others, amounting to near one
thousand men, were arming in this State, and
wiuld leave for Charlestown to roseue the
imprisoned insurgents. -.
Tho minor as to the United States Marshal
has bten contradicted, and the one as to Gov.
Cn..t will prove to he ahoax. ' -
The Days of Rumors. The Union of States—The Union of
Hearts.
Wb Bhutl be very great hypocrite if, to-mor-ro,
as intelligent, generom people of twenty -pit
States, bowing In unison together before
t ; same bountiful common Father and making
a. fcratefnl aoknowledment of mercies enjoyed,
do not rid ourselves of all ungenerous and
Trvjifld suspicions and prejudices against each
cihtr ts eitiunt of different sections of this
groat country. The Northern and Southern,
iXeleru and vTeitcrn" people, who recognise
their relation to each ether la Christian breth
r?, numbers' of one common Confederacy,
should generously throw away, to-morrow, the
rlisinist new felt and those apprehensions that
4c each other a dlseredit, and olinoh hands
ersin in a new bond, of anion a anion of
hearts as well as of hands,. The West inter
poses her voice of imploretion. Let this united
Thanksgiving Bay be a bright one for the
IMttd SUte. , ; ;,
Thanksgiving Holiday or the School.
Toung America Is to have it day with the
Puritans, and enter the congress of the allied
powers to discuss turkey. The schools will
elote for the week with the recitations to
Be thankful, happy youngsters, for
year days of liberty I.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
From Charlestown.
CiausMoway Hovember 22. Yesterday
was spent in a grand military parade and
review by Governor Wise. During the after
noon the Govornor and his staff had a long
interview with the condemned. The Governor
urgsd on them the necessity of preparing for
'iatth, ai the sentence of the Court would be
carried out without any inteferenee on hi
vt.it- Brown declared himself prepared to
lie. lie justified hie course, only regretting
bis error in not allowing the train to pas
without interruption. Cook said he was willing
to be shot, but always had great repugnance
w hanging. Governor Wise aaid that Coppie
wia the only one that he had ever thought of
oimmuting, but he had now determined to
bang them all.- .
The Governor yesterday received a dispatch
from the Governor of fiouth Carolina, tendering
him any amount of military aid In the defense
of Virginia. : ...
Gavornor Wis replied by thanking him for
the offer, but assuring tho Governor that Vir
gin! x was able to defend herself. '
The Richmond military was all ordered to
fiurn home yesterday, but the people protest
H nffainst snob, a course, declaring that if
Hiero was any necessity for them to com, that
MC 'jlty still existed.
finally, Governor "Wise ordered two Bich
rji -nd companies to re-sin, and alio, thePe
"T'luitg Artillery.
Knvoral of the Richmond" eompanle started
( ir hrra this morning, and ether will (re to-
r:r..rrow.
O.ueroor Wise and M eUf left this morn
ir ... Be expresses the intention of' having
I.'jM military present on the day of the exe-
r.J'ioii.. , Ji .. K'i-- ' ' ,
ritsrsK'a Fetav, Novembe 12-Lp. M
'rornrLdf TVisn anil .ttmff ana tm. itun!..
wita Colonel Barbour, Superintendent of the
nitwtrj. 'i . .in..i . -. i-.r
The Governor state that be fcai made every
provision b protect the eonmunlcatlon and
tan prisoner. IT bae no doubt of a deter
wed and thoroughly organiaed movement
ih.vugbout th -Kerthen -and Western
8ta.Ua to resoie Brown, and exhibit a
number of letters from responsible parties in
Pennsylvania, Ohio and New Tork, urging him
to be prepared for parties forming In those
State. '."''' r.';
The Blue go to Martineburg to-nlght, and
Col. Smith, of the Virginia Military Inetitue,
with the Cadet and How Users, has, been or
dered to Charlestown; - "-
Gov. Wise will return to Richmond to-mor
Suicide.
PBi.aDBU.rBiA, November 22. John D.
Winslow, Agent for Messrs. Saokett, Davis k
Co., jeweler of New Tork, committed suioide
by shooting himself in the head yesterday.
He had entrusted box of jewelry, valued at
$3,000, to a colored porter to carry to the office
of. Messrs. Draper, Tlfft k Co. Tbe box not
being delivered, Mr. Winslow supposed it was
ttolen, and informed the police, who were
unable to recover it until after the Commission
of the deed. He wrote letters to hi mother,
at Providenoe, his employers, and to Mr.
Arnold, telling them of bis loss and hi in
tention to commit suioide. This morning the
box was recovered, having been left by mistake
at another jowolry establishment on Market
street. Windlow was a single man, aged
twenty-eight. i.
Wreck of an Unknown Steamer.
Sackviix, November 22. The aohooner
Victoria which baa arrived at Halifax reports
having passed within bix hundred yards, yes
tori ay, of a large steamer, broken across the
rocks off Gusboro, U. S. Tbe wreck is de
scribed a having a black hull, sharp bow and
only a mizien-mast (tending. It impossi
ble from the description to identify tbe vessel.
i Latik The description of the wreck is said
to answer that of the Cunard packet steamer
DtUa, running between Bermuda, Halifax and
St. Johns. The DtUa left Halifax on Satur
day fur Newfoundland. It Is sot likely that
she had many passengers, and hopes are en
tertained that all were saved.
River News.
j Pjriaarao, November 22 P. M. River and
weather unchanged since noon. '
LouisyiLLic, November 22 P. M. River
rising slowly, with six feet six Inches in tbe
Canal. . . . ,. . . .. ,
St. Loom, November 22 P. M. River ha
become stationary again at this point. Noth
ing new from any of the upper streams.
Weather clear and mild.
Murder at Indianapolis.
ISDiAKaroLis, November 22. A compositor
in the Journal office, named Win. Smiley, wag
found this morning insensible on tbe atairwuy
leading to the saloon under the Oriental
House, where it was at first supposed he had
fallen. Subsequent investigation proves that
be had been struck with a slung-ebot .and
robbed. He died at two o'clock this afternoon.
There is no clue to the murder.
Fire.
Boston, November 22. Tbe shoe manufac
tory of Albert Humphrey, in East Way month,
was burnt this afternoon. Loss $23,000. '
BAKOonj Mi., November 22. The steam
aaw-mlll of Theophilua Cuihlng, and tbe
Frankfort Mills at this plaoe, were destroyed
by fire to-day. Loss $12,000, mostly insured.
Aid for Brown's Family.
BosTOir, November 22. At tbe meeting at
the Tremont Temple on Saturday evening, up
ward of $400 was collected for the benefit of
John Brown's family.
Tbere was a heavy tall of snow last night
at Bellow' Falls.
Arraigned for Forgery.
- Bostox, November 22. Isaao F. Shepard
was arraigned to-day before tbe Superior Court,
on four indictments charging him With the
forgery of promissory notes. He waived an
examination and was committed for trial.
Rebellion Among College Students.
Carlibli, Pixx., November 22. Over one
hundred student have rebolled at Dickinson
College, on account of the autpension of four
menber of the senior class.
The Yacht Wanderer Case.
Savarnah, November 22. The trial of thoio
connected with the slaver Wandtrtr ha con
eluded, and the eaie will go to the jury tomorrow.
Report Contradicted.
Clitilihd, November 22. V. B. Marshal
Johnston (ays that the report of bis having
sent a telegraphio dispatoh to Gov. Wise, rela
tive to Old Brown' rescue, is untrue.
New York City Politics.
Naw To m, November 22. The Republican
Convention last . night nominated Goorgo
Opdyke for Mayor. , .
HOME INTEREST.
A. A. Eyster, Clocks, Watches and
Jewelrr, Nos. 341 and 371 Western-row.
Daguerrean Gallory, south-west cor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Hannaford's
drug-store. Pictures taken and ut in good cases
for twenty oent. Warranted to please.
4rBssjKiss Coat. A coat gotten up with
special ear, to suit the wants of tb buinei man
wilt be found at the fashionable store of Frell t
McGniie, No. at Walnut-street, above Sixth.
J&rki half-past two o'clock this afternoon,
and seven o'clock In the evening, J. Graff A Co. sell
at No. IS Fust Fourth-street a large involee of
Alabaster and Marble Statuary, Bohemian Glass
and Cbiaa Ware, Writing -dsska, Ac.
. Stranger and eitlien requiring gifts
and presents, or , i
Traveling Cases,
' Dressing Cases,
Traveling Bags,
' ' ' ' Bich Dress Hair-pins, '
r Bich and Beautiful Fans,
' - IbellOombs,
llegant Poeket Knives,'
.'. Carved Pearl Oard-aases,
Carved Pearl Porte-monaales,
' Needle Books and Cases,
'-i 1 Furnished PorMbltoi,
ttesl Bracelets, Buckles and Blidea,
- Btereoscopes and Views,
: -i Ladies' Bags and Porte-monDales,
i . ; i .. Ladle' Work-boxes,
1 t ,1 ( Opera-fc losses, .
Bieh and Elegant Garters,
j Besntiful Cabas, .
fv ' .: :" Beautiful Fans,
I -! i : i Ladies' Dressing Cases,
' : ' Ladies' Writing Desks,
Purs, Selieors, Besors, Shawl Pins, Brooches,
Bracelets, Perfumery, longe, Parisian Pearl Drops,
Toilet Powder, Hair Dye, Hair Oils, Brushes, Combs,
Tine Soaps, As., should visit . . -
' ,. JOHN Dt PABK'B Bosaar of Fancy ,
It. K. corner ef Fourth and Walnut-streets. .
nole-dwMW '-. .i
MARRIED.
BISHOP1 BB1NDLEY In Bourbon Uenety, Ir.,
at thr residence of Mr. H. F. Hlbier.on the isth
Inst., tv Eider John A. Gano, Mr. Elliaa B. Bishop,
jr., of New Haven, Conn., to Miss Lory G. Brindley,
of Bonrbou Oonnty. .. .
DIED.
PALMIB At Leckland, en Sabbath morning,
Nov. an, at J o'clock, ef scarlet fever, after short
period of intense eufferiog, William Irwin, only son
ef Gideon G. and Mary Palmer, aged 3 years, 3 months
and 18 dav.
MObiTGuM ERT-On the 17tb in.t,, of scarlet fever,
Ada Belle, daughter of William and Isabella Mont
gomery, aged 1 year and 9 month.
Also, on the Jlst Inst., Robert William Montgom
ery, son ef the same, of scarlet fever, aged I rears and
months.
THORP-On Monday morning, Nov. 51.; I.5,
Silos Thorp, of Diabetes, In the forty -Hint b y ear of h is
jrhe fune'rol services will toke place inn 'f'lmfs.iay,
the !Uh lust., InMcRenrtrea nbapel, )7th Ward, j(
I o'clock,. TneSWendoof tbelarollyorerespnetlhlly
Invited to attend without (nrtlnr notiie, .
SPECIAL NOTICES.
TURKEYS. FIVE HUNDBBD
.l.rm die Turkw Dlnhee, just thearticlj
, I'hrl.imo. illnnan.can Deronnu
ohenpat HUNTINGTON'S, ll Main-itret.' Every
hu.okm!r should visit Huntington's and rpptonlth
the r brohon Ulnner sew, nvj
their odd piece of White lromtone Dinner
vsar low rau ts. J1,.
, r ri-r our vf'H fit. AHS
OOBLETSenlr 3 per dozen. Bu t"W
FliSa Castors, with five bottle., tor U Beat W
lih TatBia-fLATSu Spoons end (that
like .ilver anil cot eutauom .7-"rrJ
Gold Band Tea Set., Toilet iVM.Tn
and for sale cheap ut HUNTIhGTOH Hi
stree t. .
I. O. O. K.-THE OFFICERS
. J..ml..,,f AMKRICAN
li nlK. k. it. f (I 1" . .rher.DT n-TACK,
THIS (Wednesday) JiVKNlKO, Bem-jg
uerAl.nlo ciUCK. A yimuiuai - "
ance 1. reuuMtt'd. a busln.i. of ImpoTtanc win
oouie up for action. JJv ordor of the Loag. ' ; ' r
pf33fOI'FICE OF THE PASW!
VXSty GEHUA1LIJOAD
UOAlPAHY Of OLNOIN
NAl'1,8. W. corner olThird
Sod K&TA.fltrMttM. fl(?tnhnr
1ft, lW.-Thi road is now open. Unrs will ata.n,
at inton-Hlj of tuu minutes, from s:30 A. M. un
til midnight, rnuniiig euatWHrd ou Third-street
from Wood tn l.iwmnu..ir.i .n.i wMtward on
jf'onrth-itreet to Hmith, and on Iflfth-atrntto
Wood. (Utianti. will I.... In wnlnA that the
care will invariably cron iuteraectlng street bifofe
stopping for pueaengero.
ocij-ii JAMKS J. ROBTIIWI. Froeiaeni. ,
KKNNEOV'S NEDICAIi PIS'
COVKItY l.rknnrln,lirt li Ih.moet OHl
neut phyaiciuiM, and by the most careful drugglatf
throughout the Uiiitt.il States, to be tbe most elfeclual
blood-DiiritlernTAr knnwn. hiwI to h.T. relieved more
tuObriug, and etlectiid more pormanent cure., than
any preparation known tot lie profewion. Sorofuu,
Haltilhotim, Erysipol,8cald-hoad, ecalv eruption;
of whateoever nature, are cured by a few bottles, and
the system resturod to lull strength and vigor, full
and ejtpllr.it directions for theoureof nlcoratod sore
legs, aud other corrupt and running nlcr. Is ?.'ven ill
iuu patupniot wnn eaon oottie. jiorsaiH lv juuo
PAhK, SflBK.KlJltbl'Klil k CO,, and GKO'BQIi
M. DIXON. PrlceSI. wpl
A CONSUMPTIVE LIFE
SAVED. Uoniumntiou. nrimarilv and es.
.iiitiallyduo to a disordered nutrition, can be -tionuliy
attacked only by a medicine which reno
vates tbe nutritive powers. Such a medicine la til
FKllUVIAN SYHUF, whose chief iugredient oots
directly and Immediately on tbe blood and arrests
the diseases sat'oly and surely. 1
. lUtiiMOBK, July lj, lf)M,-l was suffering with a
severe caturrbal cough, sccorapunied by night
sweat., Ions of appetite and great debility, which
wee daily increasing. In this state I commenced
taking the Peruvian Syrup, lnafuw days, and be
fore t had used tbeaoooud bottle, my eongh lessened,
night-sweats censed, appetite waa restoied, and with
it strength and vigor beyond what I had enjoyed for
ten years, being ablo to walk several mile, each day
without fatigue, while hitherto 1 could walk only a
short dl.tance. A. 8. KELLOOC."
Principal office, 128 West Fourth-street. (Neave's
Bnllding.) (Jail for pamphlet (gratis), describing
this new remedy. - nol9f
0. M. IXSTHITE!
J3u Xjeoiruir
Will be delivered in the Ball of the O. M. Institute
THIS (WKPPiESDAY) EVENING,
' ' -BY- ' '" , . '
Philip Boilnau Jones, Ph.' d., &c.
SUBJECT:
FALLING STONES
Illustrative of Gravity and Motion. Pemonstrs
tions and Examples will be introduce.
Lecture to commence at S o'clock. ' noMe
THE GREATEST WONDEIt
ei THE AOS. The only really effloaeions
article ever discovered for tbe cure of ernptive dis
eases of all kinds, an articlotbat shows to every par
son that sscs It or has used it, that It is tbe
KING 07 ALL BEXIDIES. ' i "
No on doubt its effleaclous qnalltios. A strange,
nncommon foot, not known in the history of any
other article. . . -r .0 .
Palmer's Vegetable Cosmetic jLotloa
Is tbe artiole referred to. Trom the slight prickly
heat, to the most virulent, unsightly and distressing
eruptive diseases, it ouratlve properties are made
equally manifest. .
Eruptions of the Faee, Tetter, Ringworm, Bar
ber's Itch, Scaly, Itching, Irritating, or Poatulons
Eruptions of all kinds are cured by it.
The mostatteringtestlm'onalsareponrlnglnfroBt
all quarters, Us fame having spread over not only
the whole Western country, but the East also. 11
Price M cents, or six bottles for 82 SO.
Prepared only by SOLON PALM IB, Agent,
110I6 No. M West fourth-street.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
COMPLIMENTARY.
MHHOMAS CRAWFOED, ESQ., VfALNUT-
M. STREET HOUSE:
Dias tjia The nnderslgned, cltiiens rtJA
Ciliciunati, appreciating your gentlemanly;''
qualities, and knowing your ability as aaSSr
Scotch Vocalist, beg leave to tender vou a E
cinmplimentory Ouucert, and hope that yon will name
iu eoiiis ui'ui Miiitu iu yniir convenience.
Jaine. B. Bell. David Cibann. Anilr.w MrAlnln.
Kobert Buohanso, U. S. Williams, A. D. Bullock,
and others.
CgNTLSMRS: Yourflatteringcomraanication is re
ceived, and after tliniikinvnu for your kindness,
would name WEDNESDAY EVENING, the 23d init.
at Smith A Nixon's Hall.
noKa THOS. CRAWFOBD
No. 226, io.M,
Walnut-st. Walnnt-gt.
superior brands
fresh;
baltimore and
NEW YORK
I OYSTERS
-FOE
THANKSGIVING!
We shall receive daily, by the Adam Express Co.,
every large supply of our superior Baltimore and
New York Oysters, in cans, half-eans and in the
shell, put np by our own house for Thanksgiving.
We call the especial attention of all our old coo.
tomers, and citixens generally, to our, - ,
EXTRA BRAND, SS3.
BEWARE OF IMPOSITION!
; i ask: for ''r:Vi;:'".
SSS; OYSTERS!
. And if they show yon any other brand,
DON'T BUY THEM.
Our next beat enality la branded ,
' S;;':';V--;';'
We Guarantee all our Oysters
TO AM O THE CITY.
:":,Try Us.
By f o doing you will .iToid
;r all Impoiition, ';
And t.s sure of getting the best In the city. T ' '
, Hi L. STILE3 & CO., !'
:' ' ' ; ' Noi'il'W Waintit-atreet, .
iioKa ' Between Fifth and Blub.;'
NISW-ATiVERTISElIENTS.
FLINT GLASSWARE
: ( r
' f.::
Lanterns, Lampi, Coal OIL;
' ; V ' :' -' ' s-1 , ; f
IHMV.OEllllRIUIiRO'S
r Manufactory ovlujrtori, Ky,- .: (-
.IFAREIIOISE, - - CINEWHiTI, 0.
i N. 'JO East Celnmbia-street.
MANUF ACTURB AND BOPPLT THB
. trade at the soost reasonable price and on tb
saoaf. aoeommodatlng terms with
OLASS'WARE!
OP EVERY DE8CRIPTIOM. .
,,, . ; ! ,' .j-.- "
Tumbleri, Wine, Beoanters, ;
Beer Mugs and Jars, .'
Perftuners' Ware, Colognes,
Extracts and Oil Bottles,
Apothecaries' Shop Pnrnitnre, V,
' " how Globes, Syringes;
;. Saltmonths, Tinctures, Ac,
PHILOSOPHICAL APjD fHEMIf AL
';: ;Appara8.
LAN TEENS
OF BVERV nESCRIPTIOK, 1
' And especinlly
For Oil, Fluid or Coal Oil,
AND THB COAI, Oil DEODORIZBD.
And of the purMteualttf.
TQrayi Hemingray & Bio.
, JO BAST COT.UMBIA.8T.,
no23a ' . ! CINCINNATI, OHIO.
GREAT REDUCTION
IN THE PRICES
;,, i , -Of- ,..
FANCY;: SILKS,
Black Silks; !
IRISH POPIINS,
PLAIN FRENCH MERINOES,
Fignred French IVIcrinocs,
ENGLISH MERINOES,
"Wool Delaines,
WOOL PLAIDS,
UNION PLAIDS,
FRENCH VALENCIAS
AND
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS.
Tbe above Goods jmc This Daj,
OCTOBER 22,
BEEN REIiVCED TO SUCH PRICES
-AS TO- ' j ' ' 1
DEFY COMPETITION.
Chas. S. Weatherby,
No. 112 FIFTH-STREET,
BETWEEN VINE AND RACE-STREETS.
.- ' laeat ' 11 '
UNDERWEAR
FOB .
; Ladies, Gents
CHILDREN!
' l. 10 Great Variety, at c..:t .
EXTREMELY LOW PRicES.
CHARLES S. WEATHERBY,
No. " lia Fiith-Btreet,'-' '
BETWEEN Vine and BACE-STREEtS.
' . ,-:(no2Mj , '- ;," ;' ; ;;,
THANKSGIVING i OYSTERS.
TEE' UNDERSIGNED WIlL BE IN
receipt, nertbe Adams Kxpress, e tnlnexbaust
Ibla supply of M ALIBI'S celebrated and unrivaled
Baltimore Can Urslers, put npespeclallf for Thanks
Si'lni, of (he eholeeel of (rvstnra, eveeltent flavor,
superior quality, and of extra site. . Will ba war.
ranted as fresh and sweet a when taktn from their
brlnrbeds.. , ,
The N Pin ultra of Oretsrs, Taim Bslbct,
branded O. 8. Jl., will be aneomsaonlr bars, and ol
the most delirious finer.
Orders lft at the Old Established Depot, No. il
Veat riftli-etreet,. at aar tlm bafora or on
Tlianksgi slug Bar, will aeiiur. et.rr one a full supplr
of the VINE8TB1TALVBH ever brought f Ihe
Qnocn OUy. Orders solicited and promptly AIM.
Don't till toleaveyaiirorakralntlroa. , ,,.
BO!4A.vO ri-.l .iiiss ftOBBR'r ppjl, AgenU,.
j) Maltby's
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
. -to ih- i .'-i,
LADIES
'A. GOOD
SEWING MACHINE
Is nndenlablr a " bandf thing to have tn th hoow,"
tspeolalli' when anr sewing I required. It Is good
tall times, I .., , ,. ,
IF IT 18 IN ORDER, ' ,1;
And when "out of arder," ran have an opportunitr
to reflect npon how really useful It la when In run
nlni order. . Still, It la, probably raaob better to
bava f , :.-! I ? i., . .ii,
SEWING MACHINE
' ' ' !;- . v.",.,, , , .,
tbt Is net too liable to bsoonie disarranged, and
that can be railed npon to perform good sewing " at
the ahorUat nolle, with neatness and dispatoh."
After several years' experience In the use of 8w-
tng Maoblne, I have been induced to. give, is an
ntlrely impartial and disinterested manner, (of
eonrie.) my opinion of what a ;i, 0 I : ; , -
ii.
ri
Should be, ; J
i i. ' And would add that oi1.- - i. :- ,
LADD, WEBSTER & CO.
'rfl : ( v,.. .,r, . ,. ., ..,
Have, we think, snceMded In producing an article
that conforms to it : ., .
1. It should b well made, simple In It oonstrae-
llon, and aaslly kept In order. ' "'' "
t 3. It should mak a tight lock-stitch, alike on both
Ide of the material.
j(S. It should sew any kind and all materials that
ean he wd. !..
4, It should b able to us eotton thread, or silk
directly from the spool. i - i j
5. It should be able to sew from coarse to One, and
from thick to tbln, with rapl'litv, and without
changing the tension.
6. It eueuld be able to make the tenilon greater or
lesson both the ander and upper torsade, and nith
uniformity. ;
7. It should have mutual needle) ooavinones
-are liable to break. . . i. -v , .i-i . .' j) ".
g. Tho needle should hare a perpendicular motion,-
This is absolutely neoeasary for heavy work.
9. It should bo capable of taking In the largest
pieces of work;
10. It should be able to bind with a binder, hem
with ahemmer; should stitch, fell runand gather.
: IU It should be always ready to work.
12. It should be capable of using tbe same site or
thread ou biitb sides of the work, and of using dif
ferent colored thread or silk, above or below, to cor
respond with any two colors of cloth to be united!
11. It should be able to mak a long or short stitch,
14. It should be able to fasten oil th seam, and
commence sewing tightly at the Drat alitch.: t.
,1s. It should run easily and make hot Ut! Is nolle.
10. It should haves wheel-feed ; none others are
la constant contact with the work, '
IT, It should not be liable to xrtmit of order.
18. It should nut ha liable to brxuk the throod oi
ktratitchw. , - i 'mt, ,
19. It should not Ixi necessary to ns the screw
driver wrench to set the needle, li . . ; ,.
la It should not be liable to oil the operate 's
dretk ''".'' ' ,r' ' .,'
31. It should not forma ridge on Die underside,
nor ravel out, nor be wasteful of thread, a I' tbe
oast with all chain-stitch machines, - .
21. It ahould uot be "more trouble than it Is
worth." ;'1 . - ' '
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Eighth Edition Revised and Enlarged
Homeopathic
Practice of ifledicine, ,
v BY M, FR.CLIQH, M. D.,' '
EMBRACING THB HISTOBT, DIAGNO
SIS and Treatment of Diseases iu general, in
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