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J7 JBE!Ej IPREISS.
AND? W. PBANOISOO. JOHN D. CALDWELL
EDITOM AMD rHIPUITon.
ornoi, 14 wkst rocMH-si-uw.
FRIDAY...
....NOVEMBER 85
Teaching and Feeding the Poor.
Cablyli baa said: "Of all public aries
boarded and lodged on tho industry of
modern Europe, none Is worthier of the board
ha bat than thoio who speak spiritual things
to men." ..:,
We add, thoo are worthier trio aro engaged
iu the benevolent heart-work of gathering to
golher the obildren of the poor; gladdening
their hearts with encouraging accents of love:
and instructing the Ignorant and neglected
little ones in the batter way, .
Yesterday was a holiday of Thanksgiving to
some three hundred Bethel children, who were
prorided with a ohoice repast. Those children
were not those of the opper-orust the poroo-lain-ware
opeoimens of Young Amerioa In
onr city, bnt the children of those classed as
the "earthen-ware and hunchback beings of
this nether world."
It may be to some 5 olass to fight shy of
to be styled "the living, breathing, busying,
plotting , planning , human vulgarity "a
"species of moral ipecacuanha;" but thanks to
the energotic, full-hoarted.noble-spiritei Bethel
management, a large school of ragged, desti
tute children is being tuught to res p cot the
elements of power iu each little voice aid
kindling eye; and the exercises of yesterday
showed that a work of reformation and scli
eduoation is going successfully foiward with a
class of hitherto uncared-for children. The
moving, effective Intelleots of the present day,
in most instances, are those who have come
up from the lower ranks. Ve rrjoioo to sio
the benevolent thus engaged in giving mental
and moral direction to the outcast. We can
realize from the good done at tho Bethel what
will be effected by the Industrial School.
These are the civilizing influences of virtue:
"Toclvlline the rude, unpolijh'd world,
Aq(1 lity it under the reetiuiiitof laws;
To make man mild and suclahlo lo man,
Tti' embellishments of II If "Virtues liko thus
Make human nature shine, reform the soul,
and break the tierce barbarians into men.1'
The, K. Party.
The leader of this party is William
McMillan Corry, of this city, who Is com
petent to explain ite principles in effective
oratory on the stump, or in eloquent sentences
flowing from his pen. This prophet when ho
speaks is liitencd to with deep Interest, and
what he writes has more than an ephemeral
interest. The party is quite a numerous ono,
but its members are not yet orysUlizei into
a separate organization; their true ore u en
crusted with the earth of recognized parlies.
The E. K. party leader is ahead of his ago;
his adopted initials indicato that ho K-icks
K-anouses. This eratio gentleman, in return,
is kicked by King Kaucu?. Many excellent
suggestion of publio interest he has recently
written, which will givo the K. K, party .1
recognition by honest men.
Without rfifcrriug to other points, wo com
mend hie viws as to the relation, at tho
present time particularly, of the Southend
the West :
"Tho South has not yet nutliciently under
stood her rclatinn to tbo Wuet. The West it
tho proper arbiter of any quarrel letw--c.i
(ho JTorth and tlm South ; she lies between ;
she has tics with both ; she has interests in
common. She posseBuos tho strength to keep
the peace, and to separate the belligoreiitn.
fiho is held by her jirospority to on attitude
of community and friendship with hor neigh
bors, customers and countrymen on all side ;.
She is, therefore, to tho Southern people
worth more than an army with banners. It
is the fault of tho South that she has taken
itaogereus counsel from her passions, and
consequently she has not perceived nor ap
preciated tho advantage of this relation to
the West parts of the same great valley and
copartners iu general welfare. The South
should repair tho fault at once, and be met
half-way by tho West."
Men of thought, of both parties and of all
sections of this country, will bo profiled by
careful sifting of the lengthy coinraucatio::8
Mr.CoBErhas made within a low days past
to the Cincinnati Commercial.
Discouraging.
Oar City Legislators, from their manifest
neglect of tho recommendations of regular
committees, discourage them from spirited
action. Thero seems to be an Irrepressible
conflict between Council and cominittefs.
Even Important questions, whose legal relation
is vital to tho city's interest, aro immaturtly
acted upon, without rofercace to tho Law
Committee. Tho Committee on Roods and
Canals have become indifferent from almost
discourteous trentment of their
dations.
rtcoramsn-'
A very large amount of the city legislation
is on propositions of improvement, that right
fully belong to a special department of tho
City Government wo mean tho Board of
City Improvements bat Counoii discusses and
debates about measures and plans, that econ
omy and good polioy would dlotatt should bo
introduced and considered by the above-named
Board. The City Counoii would do well to
turn over a new leaf in referonce to its
treatment of tho Board of City Improvements
and committees. Let the weekly session of
the Board be bhort and business-like. Money
would be saved by restricting most of the dis
cussions to committees.
The Coal Fields of Ohio.
In thirty counties of Ohio coal abounds.
Twelve thousand square miles of coal in ono
Gtate, easily accessible by mining I We excel
all England in the extent of coal area, and
our mines are worked more economically as
tho strata are nearer the surface. Besides,
most of tho eamo area say eight thousand
square miles abounds in iron ore. Efforts
are being mado to manufacturo merchantable
iron by means of bituminous coal. The trade
in both these products of Ohio has, latterly,
iacrcad with great rapidity. The con
sumption of eoal is now six-fold what it was
wveu years ago. is being used for many
new purpvaes, and the man-ifacture of it in
Ohio hi become a -very large businosi. Nenr
lifty million bnshels of coal, worth five mil
licu.'i of dollars, aro mined in Ohio annually.
IltATT Robbirt IK Baltimore On Bun-
Jay r.ight tho tailoring establishment of
Measru. Patterson Fields, lo Baltimore. wt
robbed of elotbing snd stock valued at $3,500.
From the quantity stolen it is presumed that
the thieves conveyed their plunder awny in a
cost. . vn flienuay nuoruoon about three
inoiisni dollars' wn-ta or tne good were
f'.nr.d in a house on unison's wharf.
.jlu ins rBiuetiB oi jv. n. iayh.r, in
Gn-oiisliurif, Ky., was destroyed by fire re
Julil,Lpe $8.000.
Our Western Territories.
Tho youth of the West now growing up
are to be men of influence, in an Influential
portion of the country. Across the State of
Ohio tnort of the travel is to pass from the At
lantic to tha Fueiiio States. Tbo Territories
Wt of us, in area, exoeed, iu square miles,
the present organized States. Wako up, boys!
wake up, laborers aud mechanics, to tb.9 pro
spective destiny of the now States West of tho
Mississippi I Look at the following figures :
Territories Their square miles : Jlesilla,
78,000;' Washington, 113,000 ; Kansas, 136,
000; Indian, 187,000; Utah, 187,000; New
Mexico, 210,000 ; Oregon, (now a State) 227,
000; and Nebraska, 52S,000. Total, 1,000,000.
Character is to be impressed upon, theso
new lands ; labor of the hand and of tho
head is to make a new history of a now peo
plo ; two or throe main lines of railroads will
soon bo crossing over boundaries of States
now in cmbyro, threading their way through
tho passes of the Rooky Mountains, bearing
tho exchanges of continents.
Tli9 area of the present Statu U thus re
ported: Rhode Island, 1,300; Delaware, 2,120;
Connecticut, 4,07i; Massachusetts, 7,600; New
Jersoy, 8,320; New Hamphiro, 9,200; Mary
land, 9,671; Vermont, 10,211; South Carolina,
24,500; Maine, 30,000; Indiana, 33,809; Ken
tucky, 37,CS0; Ohio, 39,961; North Carolina,
45,000; Tonnesseo, 45,000; Pennsylvania, 40,
085; Louisiana, 48,4!ll; Missouri, 47,150; Ala
bama, 50,722; Iowa, 50,914; Arkansas, 52,11)8;
Florida, 5o,780; Wisconsin, 53,024; Illinois
55,405; Michigan, 50,243, Georgia, 58,000; Vir
ginia, 61,352; Mississippi, 07,380; Minnesota,
111,000; California, 183,000; Texss, 237,321,
Total.1,602,010.
Compare the new with the old, and it will
appear that the Territory of Kansas was well
worth tho strugglo to retain itra ito area Is
19,000 ecjuara miles greater than the whole
New England States, Nesv York and Now
Jersey. Her twin sister, Nebraska, has a
domain greater by 95,000 milts than all tbo
coa-slavcholdicg States, except Ciliforui;'.
Oregon is nearly equal iu extent lo all New
England, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio und
Indiana. New Moxiou and Messilla, being
2S3,000 square mile?, have more Ijml surface
than all Now England, New York, Pennsyl
vania, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois. Washing
ton Territory exeeods in extont nil New Eng
land and New Yor. Every taaohor, every
scholar, every farmer, every mechanic, has fin
Interest in the newTeriltorief,and the now Ter
ritories will, no doubt, have, in time, incident
ally or dirootly, a great intoreat in them. Tho
next census will silenoo all clamors abnut the
dissolution of tbo Union.
. An Opkratio Plat. A Into Loudon letter
snjs thfit tha opera of liiioletto has bo:i
dramatized by Mr. Tom Taylor, under the
title of The Fool't Kevemjr, and produced
at Sadler's Wells Theater. Wo remember (
have seen adrniua founded upon Victor Hugo's
story, from which thi libretto of tho opera is
taken, performed at least ten years ago npnn
the boards of one of our tbenti'ri under the
naiDO of tho ,esfer awl hit Cliili. So Turn
Taylor's version can not bovcry novel. Opor i
plots aro almost alwMjs taken from dratnm fir
familiar incidents in history or fiction, and !.! c
idfn of inverting the order is somewhat origi
nal, particularly when wo remember th n
J'iyiletto was n play long hofore it was set to
music lv Verdi.
A Nkw York Urukkr is Taoum.s. 11 r.
William Shipman alleges that boiuo linn? siiro
he placed a number of notes, valued ut $1 d.iMiil,
in tho handt of a broker named Charles Wood,
which tho latter agreed tu get riitcouutcil.
Soon afterward Mr. Sliipiunn charges tbat
Wood disappeared from his plane of buslnc!.--',
since which time ho hn.s hourd nothing of his
notes. The family of Mr. Wood resiac in
Brooklyn, oo a Brooklyn detecliTe nas demilcd
to look for tho missing broker. On Stood'
evening the ofliccr succeeded in tracing bira to
Clark's Hole!, in Fitth-avenuo, Now York,
where ho arrested him. Tribune, 23J.
CmniXAS, Tim Ikslkoent. Cortinrs has
beeu under indictment in Brownsville-, lr
murder, fur the last eight years, nud at too
last term of tho Court, several indictments
wore found against him for borse-ttealin.
Much had been said about arresting bim,
aud honce bis unxiety lo put the civil imtlior
ityoutof existence." Sinro his attack of t'.?
2llth of September, ho has had the audacity
to propone that, as a consideration for bis re
tiriug, the authorities should pledge them
selves to dismiss all indictments agaiiut him,
and that in futuro no prosecution should be
instituted against him or bis men.
AanKSTofAN Abolitionist in Gsohwa A
man named Wm. Scott, connected with tbo
hou.e of Chas. Soott k Co., of Now York, took
occasion, while in Columbus, 6., lait week,
very foolishly, to express great sympathy f ir
"Old Brown," his opinion of the fairness of the
trial, fco. lie bad one or more of Botohtr'sino a
diary sermons, whioh ho also thought proper to
indorse. TIo wai afterward arrested, siid
diieoted to leuvo by the first train for the
North, which he doubtless did, as thoro was a
very strong dispositiuu nndanxiety, generally,
w ubB v''en0J "I"1" Dlw
A Nkw Smciks or Dick. The New Haven
Journal has seen a new spocies of wild di" It
of extreme beauty. It eays: "Tho variety
and delicacy of the tints of the plumage and
their graceful shading 1b quite rare in so com
mon a bird. Several pair of the same kind
of ducks have been shot in tho vioinitv of
Whitney ville, Connecticut, though they have
ntiver been seen there before.
A Nbw Pater at Vsha Cucz A new tri
weekly, just issued at Vera Crus, bears the ex
pressive name of William Tell. It is devoted
to the eauss of liberty, in which the editor
proposes to use not only the weapon of arui-
inent, but tboso of fun and ridicule also, accom
panying tnem wilb smtablo illustrations, ni'.or
the style of the London 'unch and Paris
Charivari. '
CiiUEcn Dbstroted by Firs. The old
Methodist Churoh at Wood End, Lynn, w is
destroyed by fire on Sunday evening. At the
time tho fire broke out the church was crowded
with people, including a largo number of
children. A lady sitting on a seat ncir the
door felt the best from the basement bolnw,
and gave tho alarm, and all got out in safety.
Lota about $6,000.
. A Nboro IIakoinu Himself Through Fear,
A negro at Booneboro, Md., committed eui.
cide on Tnesdny last, by hanging himself
a column ma tree, itumor says no una
too crest nn intimacy with a white eirl. and
fearing that something serious would be done
with him, he ended his career in the manner
stated.
A MtlRllBR CoMMlTTRn with a Nail. A iiuin
wm found dead near ulalla, I,a., a short
time since, with a tenpenny nail driven to
the heail into Ins riglit eye. J hero wan no
mark or sign by which the deceased could
be identified ; and from the fact that he h
nothing valuable on bis porson,it is supposed
inst re ran ncen murdered ana rooocu.
FtMti.it Labor ik Britain. Tbe last British
consul, in its statistics of the employment of
women, reported mat there were 2U,00U fe
male servants aud 500,1100 buoinens women
Ono item in the latter lift was 26,000 butolier
wivoH, womon who do not merely preside over
the business, but buy stock, put down meat,
and drive a cart, if necessary.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
From Lafayette.
Lafayrttb, November 21. A descent was
mado to day upon tbe premises of Alf. Cox, a
well-known colored man of this city, by the
proper ollicers, to arrest a fugitive slavo sup
posed to bo coQOo.ilcd there, belonging to San
ford Rising.
Tho slave was not found, but a large num
ber of pikes discovered in a box in tho collar.
Cox has beon seen in frequent consultation
with a man passing under the name of Brown.
Neither of them have yet been arrested.
Faithful Slaves in Virqini a. Tuesday's
lUchmoud Diyalch observes:
A few days since, a gentleman living in the
neighborhood of Harper's Ferry had important
business to attend to in this city, but owing to
the excitement prevailing in tho neighborhood,
expressed soma doubt as to the propriety of
leaving his wife and children there, without
any protection. This fact coming to the ears
of his servants, they immediately took eovncil
ol ench other, and going to their master, said
to him : "If you have business to attend to,
leave mistress and the children to our care.
No harm oan befall them as long as wo have
breath and strength to defend theui, The
gontleuian immediately packed up and started,
and on his return borne found that his ser
vants bad been vigilant and faithful during
his absence poiforming their usual duties by
day, and cwofully guarding their saored trust
by night.
The same number of the Vispeteh renmrke:
When the news returned hero ' it t Saturday
night that, aimad Abolitionists m marching
on to Cluriestown to rescuo tho tl.iif and mur
derer, Brown, toores of servants lUd to their
masters for protection, argl many of them
bogged to be marched to fire scene of action,
and to be alkwed to repel tbo invaders. If
old Brown aud his asiosutea were turned over
to tnem, tbe ciiueu of exoitsment would soon be
removed.
Taxation and Population. It may bo in
teresting to noto tho proportion which tho na
tional expeuditure bc-ars to population in
Bonie of the Europem States. Iu 1855 the
citinihted population of the Auitrian empire
was returned nt 3tJ,41 L,'0'J, ami tho public
expenditure was 40,203,6 18, or tin aerage
of XI O.i 5d per- head. In 1S57 tho estimated
population of Bp-tin w;s 10,3111,851, mid tbo
puiilio expenditure was 18,033,(101, or an
average of 1 2s Id per head. In 1851 tho
population of Portugal was 3,4(19,121, and tho
public expenditure was 2,756,2112, or an av
erngo of Kin per head. The population of
Switzerland in 1857 was estimated at 2,500,
OilO, and Hie expoLdituro was 61)8,240,
or about 5s per head. Tho population
of Greece in 1854 was 1,043,150, and iu 1858
Ilia puiilio expenditure was estimated nt
.1040,041, or nbout 12i per bend.
Um'kovoxkii Assisyi.VATioN ix Kentucky.
John O. Talbott, tho proprietor of tho Man
(.ion House, in Bardstowu, Kentucky, was
killed in thut city on Sunday night, by T.
lliiuls (-laughter. Tbo latter was drinking,
ana Talbott rcfusod to givo him more whitky.
This exa-p(iMtdSlnu'rhter, whof'.raek Talboit
several timed with a elub, rind finally chased
him out of the hoH. A3 Talbott retreated,
Slaughter taw 'j'a.lhotl'n shot gnu convenient,
and Foatohing it, ii; charged It, killing Mr.
Talbott alinobt instantly.
Plot to Blow Up a 'f r.vnkshbi! Plaktbu's
Hoi'SK with Ocspowduu. On iNiturday grcut
ex"ilouiont prevailed in tha vlciniiy of Cer
raantown, Tern., in eonscquenco of tbo din
oovery of a plot, oonceived by negme? and
white men, to blow up tho residence of a plun
tcr mined Brec-n by means cf gunpowder.
The pM was discovered by the unguarded nd
mipioi'( of a n' .'o boy, and (-ub-r-qu'-nt ir;
vciig.it'cn led to iio orrcs:. anJ uMimiuafiuu
of sn.tr',l negreen jiippoKcd t bo implicated
in tho till'iir.
pNcouiiABiNn Stjientm. Aa advertisement
in a country exchange, eoroernin; n new kind
of cordial, says: We havo no doubt miny per
sons have b(ea mined iahoulth if not actually
killed, by drinkiii' bud whihy, the best of
reason why our cordial should be in jrencr il
use.
Mr. Thomas, midin.s; iu the eastern
part of Tazewell County. 'n., wns murdered
ono night lu:t week, with his wile ami chil
dren. Two of his negroes, who wore suapocted
of the crime, (led, but ono of tliem was cap
tured. ;yTrTho Marquis of Westminislnr recently
appeared at Court, wearing a sword, on the
pummel of which are neveral blocks of houses
tu tbe shape, of a diamond worth $1 50,00').
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tlonally altRckert only by a medicine which rono
vfttpu the nutritive powers. Such a medicine Is the
PKHtTVIAH HYttUP, whose cbiet ingredicut acn
directly and Immediately on tbe blood and arrests
tbe diuuaties stifidy aud Biirely,
" BiLTiMOBE, July IS, 1851.-I was suffering with a
severe catarrhal cough, ncconipand by nUht.
sweats, loan of appetite and xrwit dibilltf, which
waa daily increafliu'. Iutbis dtiitu I coinmeocod
tukinffthe Peruvian Syrup. In a lew days, and be
fore 1 had used the second bottle, my cough lesHoned,
iiiKht'SwetUB cuftKed, appotitn waa roBtored, and with
It utreneth and vigor boyond what I had enjoyed for
ten years, b(-int aldrt to walk Hoynral mllAM(,Bcb day
without ffttiKut), while hitherto 1 oould walk only a
short dintiiuee. A. S. K KLUitiO."
Principal office, 128 West Fourth-streot. (Neave'i
HnildiDH.) Cult fur pamphlet (grutiB', describing
this new remedy. nollif
m&S&- THE GREATEST VOKiER
tirtii?, OF THE AGE. The only really efficacious
article ever discovered for the cure of emptlvo dis
eases of all kinds, an article that shows to every per
sou that uiei It or has used it, that it is the
KINS OF ALL EKlllPIES.
No one doubts lis efficacious qualities. A strange,
uncommon fact, not known in the history of any
other article.
Palmer's Vegetable Cosmetic Xotlou
Is the article referred to. From the slight prickly
heat, to the most virulent, unsightly and distressing
eruptive discuses, its ouratlve properties aro made
equally manifest.
Kruptlons of the Face, Totter, Illngwortn, Par.
ber's Itch, Scaly, Itching, Irritntlns, or Pustulous
Eruptions of nil kinds aro cured by It.
The most;flatterlng tettimonalsare ponrlng In from
nil quarters, its fame having spread over not only
the wholi Wentera country, but the East also.
Price 90 cents, or six bottles for !2 JO.
Prepared only by SOLON PALMER, Asnnt,
nolS ' No. S West Fourth-etroet.
uTTinT a TTrrm mT r("ll"i'.TTi T.r nrTri
JTB E M O V A L , E. OSMOND, M. D.,
MM' OentiBt, lias removed to Hi ine-utreet, nenr
heventh, oppoailo tbo Oas Office. uoiO Liu
PIAYS!PLAYS!!
STANDARD DRAMA!
Freiitli's Minor Drama. ,
SPENCER'S BOSTON THEATER.
IN NUMBERS.
FOR SALE BY
C. A. PARTRIDGE,
ISuckKeller nnd latitxicr,
No. 107 Main-street, above Tlilrd
fnnv.jp2ilpj
GREAT REDUCTION
T THE PRICES
ov
FANCY SILKS,
Black Silks,
IRISH POPLINS,
PLAIN FRENCH MERIN0ES,
Figured French St'riiioes,
ENGLISH MERINOES,
Wool Delaines,
WOOL PLAIDS,
UNION PLAIDS,
FRENCH T ALKNCIAS
AND
The above Goods Ii.is e This Day,
OCTOBER. 22,
BEEN REDUCED TO 61 CH PRICES
-18 TO-f
DEFY COMP ETITION.
Chas, S. W'ea,therby,
No. 112 FIFTH-STREET,
BETWEEN VINE ANTD IUCE-STRBETS
lno23dJ
UNDERWEAR
--FOB
Ladies, G ents
AND
CHILDREN!
. Iu Cireat Variety,,', at
EXTKEJ1ELV LOW i'RltlES.
CHARLES S. WEAf HERBY,
No. Hit Filth-rsta-oet,
BETWEEN V'iNE AND RAOE-STREE'.W.
, InoZtdl
4npHAN'KSGIVINa OTs'lEBS."
"will. l, supplied with an e ectra. line onatllv
or Oysters ,QrThnlwKitln. Jim tho tiling to
your turltr, w'tj,.
.10HN FEROTJ fON, Grocer,
?J? ". Oirner N In Ih lit) d Vine-sti,-et.
TE'(V" PENNSYLVANIA BTJC.WUEAT.
w 1 have en band a bt of IVintisyls ar la Ilm-k-wnw
t which t am selling in 10, 12, ti and colli. a-k,
nd.hy the barrel. .
.I01IN FKIWCKON. .Grocer,
. noli Corner lllnih and Vim -stn-fls.
f.OODS FOR. Tn ANKSellVINui. NEW
" Raisins, now fies, li'-w t.ltirranls, ', Prunes,
Almonilrt, Pernio, Flldert", flniim Wins, Ac.,
store and lor ale by
JOHN KKIIGOSON. Oroa r,
L . nol6 Cornerof Ninth m Yin-ireoU.
I
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NEW AD VEBTISEMENTS
BBB11TTAJVCE
TO Ii.NOI.Ar!,
IRELAND,
SCOTLAND riAuaa
Wis Ixauo ilifht llilla on
SPOOLER, ATXWOOD A CO., London j
KOYAL BANK OF IUJ3LANI;
..... , NATIONAL BANIl OH SCOTLAND,
In sums of JC1 uuil upwurila.
VST Eichsnge on If'ruiico and Onrmanj.
JAMES F.' MELINE & CO., .
ocfttdecl No. 17 Went Thlrd-Htrct.
Eighth. Edition Revised and Enlarged
Homeopathic
Practice of Medicine,
BY M. FRELIGH, M . D. ,
EMBRACINa THE UISTORf, DIAGNO
MS mill Twitiiient of Jjihchh's iu khuimiiI, In
chidlnK iliobfi fi- ciiltur tu UnuiU , uuil tho miumfiu
ini'iitul chil lr. u.
Tliu extoniiivH unit constantly tiicroaulnpr ileiiiand
for this popular anil rulinble work him induced tlto
sutlior tu roriaeauil utitiiiKo it, tlifribf lucrtjimiuK
the .ize v illi lu nily 'IM puuiHol adilliiounl itnd viiln
alilo matter, tuua largely eontrltiiling lo tlio TSluu
of the work. 1 vol. octuvo. rrlcoSI V.'.
Also
JUST rUULiailED,
Homeopathic Materia Medica,
Being summary of tlio curative action of the
Principal Reinetlial Agents
Employed in tho Ifomeoptttliio practice.
Oompild from lliibneinmin, Jahr, Uconlnghaiuieti,
fliill, Tcstft und lleinptjl: uod Jrum the Cllinoul 1'rov
inirii of Kuckurt, Uoiriiiff, Vnuderhurflli, Barlovvmul
otliordiaiintulclifil mi'iulxirB oi tho inufomion, to
gdthr with aildlllonH, lTfuicncoHtiiid notes,
, BY M. IRELIS1I, M. D.
Thij llltlo manual thd nios, roinplot'i Materia
Mi'doa lor itn ou e,er publltfiied, liiriii:,hin? tho
l'livHicirin an,t Ptuduttt a snort, clear and ear-iiy im
derntood ittuii'iiicnt of tlio curativi) p.nvora an,l vir
tue a of 167 of tho luti'rit mi it uiuit lmporcnnt ri nio
dlos etniduvcd in tho llom"'inhi'' pnu'tico, without
heiug coiupoiifii to ti.'iircti itii-on'ii inu nntH ui Hyiup
toma coutaiiH1 1 In tin' i.vutiit'iiiieii Uodux and otlior
lnrio worli, and will t'i3:iliie llicni to pn'oiii ut;
cuot'nllv in a Inrmi maloritv ol cvam with n conirar-
atlvoly small uiuoiiiil of labor ami retii.'itrcu. lr i
print, d in lrs octavo, on io-i tlne p.ij" r, and is
iiuiind wllh a hlnnk K'ul'of vellum pnat lietwoen i-aon
fur 1 hit nut lion ut rui:orlitl I tlti'l'OUCOM. llUteH.
Ua , Uialiini! a neat and wi'll-bonml volunio of iOI
pages. rrii'u.i-'. Jiorsmcuy
APPLECATE&CO.,
uo21b 41 flliiln-Hlrcet
rflF ALL THE USUAL SUES AND OF
NWA'l' Si; I'ATTKUNm, witU iniprovemontB,
putenti doming tlm prescn t yiar.
-ALKU- ,
FRENCH COPYING BOOKS,
ALL HIZKS, AND
MniinJs l-trclinientpnicr
mimm booms,
Allntyk', nt tli Nmit fiijiiio', w ilh ft full flock of
BLAK-OOOKS
Uf our o n mmitlaolnr
W a v r a ii I A X e r i ' ,
Coiittantly for salo Ioa,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, BY
Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Co.
Stationers itool.si-llcis nnd
Hlmili-h'iok Miunil'iifliti'orR
No. -2i) West Foiirth-slri'i'l.
Iiiolin-fod
nn a yir i h' a w -pr
BARWISE.&KING,
THREE DOORS ABOVE FOURTH,
Ciiiclniiinli Ohio. '
T.lIlrtC: i ASKflltTM HXT OV TIK
U.Mdy-ninde Clotliinv, cnl in the Intosl atyn,
n,l tl lt iniiti.riitl nnd nrtcinuhfllito. ('icnl'iM-
for the Ri'tnll Tniilo.
fiotlm, IJHHSIiiieroN, veiiiinM nn ve--nnniinir.
ui imtv variety, fr CiMtuiu Trade, mini,'
10 lim,!L 1 II 11" wm - i n, , ,
iWjrOentlfiiiio'd FurnisunnGouda. nolOlwt
LADIBSPUBS!
OUR ASSORTMENT 13 LARGE AND
embraces all the leading styles in every variet
of FUR, which we warrant
NEW AND PERFECT.
J. C. TOWERS &C
la;
HATT EHH A l Fill UI It US
NO. 149 MAIN-STREET,
;) Pee dour below Four!)'.
BONNETS,
BlIIB SB WAS, ' ,
FLOWEES
Feathers and Winter Millinery..
Of every description, which I am selling at u sin '
adsttneoou New York prlcon, nholeaale and ruU)
J. WEUIJ, Jr..
no4 ' 134 Viith-stroet, bit. Race und KI11
Fresh Bermuda Arrow-roc ;
171EKSH BERMUDA ARROW-ROOT
. Ileckrr's Karina;
Corn Starch;
Dmyeu's Maienla; '
Eiiiiilh I'Hti.nt Uirlpy;
KukIiu'i Patent Or 0,1 if.
Ju.'i reeelvid by
KDWAItn MOAN LAN ACO., Drnjitisl.
no24o N- 1;, Corner uf lourtll und Muin-st-
DevOdorized Coal Oil.
P
UBE DEOOOiaZBD COAL OIL FB
the hitt MamilHCtnrors. (or sale uj
11034c
N. K. coiner of 'ourth aud Mulu-si'
Puro. Sperm Oil.
IIUBE BPERM OIL, PUBPAlii
expres1y for tewinr Muchlipos and other !
machlnerv. Conlntlv on hand.
Sward ooanlan uo., Urmjeists,
uo2IR N. E. comer of Ponrtli and M iln-il-
PRESERVES, JELLIES, FRESH FAIJI .
AUD VKGETAIILES, Ae.-JOHN RATES I
now 011 hand u lull snortuifiit.'ol rreeerevi s.-.lelli,
Kresh Triilt and VK'ial,les, English Pickliw '
Sanies aud "ther foreiuii ilelleur.les. Al.o.flne Wn,.
Uran.lles, Irish Mid Scirh WlimLy, .liMnaica llun
Ac. Also, Havana Oigun of I1imcIii.Ii t desemulo,
KorsaHhy .lull N BAT lib,
no 21 Natlouat jriuator Building, bycaiiiuru-nt.
mtmmtf- ciMja
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
gPALDINU'S PREPARED .GLUE I
BPATjDIiyC'fl PKKPAREM Cl.PKf
tiPikOU-U8 ritUt'Alt BU '!. Kl
SAVB THE FIEt'KM!
ECONOrtJ?!' ' ' ' 1 ' DISPATCH!
MT'-AStltoli Iu Tim 8aTfH Miie.""W
Aa iwoldnti will fcppn, In wU-wultid
fituilliol, it Is very desirable to have some cheap aud
converilentwuyfor ropaliingFiirnlture.Toj's, Crock
ery, 4c, ..
SFALIuKG'S riMSFAUED ULUJg
Mi'etaallucli emorigoni'lin, and uo lionsohold can
fford to be without it. I i always ready and up to
the itlcktiR point. There it) no longer nnecenity for
llmoiiiKcbalrs, pliutrd veueors.hoadl ess dolls ana
broken criulloj. It i just the arliolo for cone, almll
and other oruamenial work, to roptilar with Indie
of refinement and tatu.
1 lils admirable preparation is ued cold, being
chemically hold in solution, and jionsemdiig all tUo
aluableqtialitlosoftlio best cibliiot-raakors' glue.
It-may be moil in tlm rlace of ordinary nitiollaito,
being yaatly more adlmtlre.
"USEFUL IN EVERY HOUBB."
N. B. A Uriah accompanies each bottle. I'rlc.o
25 cents.
Wliolesnlo Uovoi, Nn. 30 I'liitt-Btrcet, N. Y,
Address IIENItY t'7siAL,I)ING & CO.,
Box No. 3,000 New York.
rut up for Dealers In Cases containing four, eight
and twelvo dozen a beautiful Lithograph Show-card
accompanying each pacKaee.
K-t- A Hindu packneo of 8Pt, DINO'D I'RK-
PAIIKD CLUK will hiito ton times its cost annually
to ovory honholiold.5H
Sold by all prominent Stationers, Druggists, Iiuid-
wnro and Fuiulluru Denlors, Grocers and Fancy
Stores,
Country More-hunts should make a noteof SPALD
ING'S riiEPABLD GLUE, when making up their
list. It wIlUtnudaiiycliuiHte.
SPALDING'S I'RKPAItED GLDB!
: USEFUL IN EVKBY IIOUSK '
BPALrHNG'S PKKPMtUD OLUB,
SOLD BY KTAVIOKEKS.
SPALLINU'S I'ltt;PKUD GLUE,
SOLD HI JJlUlGOI-jTlJ.
SPALDING'S PKBPAREO GLUE,
BOLD PY HARDWARE DEALERS.
SPALDING'S PEKPAHED GLUE,
SOLD BX HOUSE-l'URNISUING STORES.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD DY FURNITUItE DEALERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
HOLD RY JfAMJY-GOODH DEALERS.
SPALDING'S Pit EPA RED GLUE,
SOLD BY GIIOUKHS.
SPALDING'S P HE PARED GLUE,
SOLD DY COUNTRY MERCHANTS GENERALLY
Manufactured by
1IEMI V. KPALDINO & CO..
ill) rimi-Hl,, New York.
Address Postofllro, Box Nn. 3,C0tl. .
Annexed is an Alpliabelii nl Lilt of Articles which
if domiiRt'd, may bo restored to their original
DtreiiKtli and nsoful uef s br
Hl'Al,l)I,M'S fKBPAHKD (JI.l'E.
A Ilenils ACCOUNT BOOKS V
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1) SleiHls ROLLS i
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V Jl-llis liAN.t V
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27 Mends HOIillV-IIOIISKS
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71) Mends CA.MUUAH...; 70
71 Mentis CO M Its 71
T Mends GHAUTS 72
73 Mends CLiiTULS-l'RAMES 73
71 Mends CARO-OASES 74
7f, Mends CHESTS 7.1
76 Munds DIA HIES 76
17 Mends WORK-STAN 1)8 TI
7S Mends DKACl'lIT-UOAKDS 78
79 Mends DISHES , J9
m. llouds DIVANS 80
Mends Oil E-llOX.ES 81
Hi Meuds DOOItS Hi
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MS Mends BALIillSTRAllES 8
87 Jlellds GLASSWARE 87
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tu ;. Mends GU ri'APEliCHA-WARE 9
91. Mends KITES
l.,.-....,.Melids ISII'H 91
93 1.Mends ORGANS 92
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95 Mends I'AS'l E SO A Rl-W Olliv '16
97 Mends PATTERNS 7
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99 .Mends WtlODKN-WARK 9
luu Mends W 1LLO IV -WARE,.. 100
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD liy STATIOHEHS.
SPALDING'S I REPARBD GLDK,
SOLD BY nRtJQGIS'1'8. ...
SPALDING'S l'ltEPARBD GLDK,
HOLD BY GROCERS.
UPAUllKO'S PREPARED GLLE,
fOLD DY HARDWARE STORBS.
j , HPALDLNG'8 J'llKPARED GLDK,
SOLD RY lfODSB-rCltNISniNQ STORKS.
, " flPAt,TTNa'S ritRPARED GLUE,
'! HOLD BY COOMTRY .MERBIl ANTS GENtRALLT
I Manufactured by ' , , !
HENRY C. SPAILING & CO.,
30 Plmt-slreei, New York.
J Address PjsIdIIIoo, Hex No. 3,C(0. i.j
' Put up in (Bseicoiitainini! sither Konr, Elhlor
i Twelve DoztiU h- beaiitiiul Lithographic Show.
Card acoonipanieH each piuka&e,
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