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Seventh night of tht engagementof the distinguished
MONDAY EVENING, March 21st, will b aotad
JutMnarvaaio giout f"J I VUUIIOU
KING HENRY VIII.
Cardinal Woolsoy, Mr. Stvlnbonrna: t'arrtlnil Cam-
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auiiu uuivfu, tun . ernou ; raiiunuo, Jiliia joucs.
PAS DE DEUX, by Emily and Fanny Rayland.
To concludo with the highly Interesting drama,
, DELICATE GROUND;
Ob, Pabis in 1793.
Citizen Snngfrold, Mr. Swlnbourne; Faullne, Miss
In consequence of the great success attending the
production of Miss Vandonhoft 'a splendid drama,
Due notice will be given of Iti next representation.
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1 Dress Circle and Pamuette, 50 cents; Family Clrole,
' Seventh night of the engagement of the detln-
MR. & MRS. WALLER.
0The management takes ploasure In announcing that
an engagement 1ms been made with the favorite
-omentum, ii-s. f.K lt tLL.MLr.tt ana Mr. JUUS
-1 llsllk, who are engagod fur tne rest ol the sea-
M0NDAT EVENING, March 21', will be presented
Daaa.pearo a great iragooy oi
HAMLET, PRINCE OF DENMARK.
f'bost Mr. Douglas.
jiacrte.... .11 r. Collie
iving LiHuillus ,
I First Grave-digger
I Racond Urave-uiggur
i Queen Gertrude
Mr. John Llllnr.
Mr. N eslev.
, Mr. Smith.
To conclude with tho farce ca led
SKETCHES IN INDIA.
Sir Matthew Scraggs Mr. Ellsler.
Tom Tape Mr. Smith.
Count Glorleux M -. Wesley.
Bally Scragg Mrs. Kffle Ellslor.
Lady Scraggs Mrs. Cantor.
A great novelty In preparation.
This (Monday) Evening, March 31,
' Will be produced Bellini's highly popular Opera,
For This Night Only.
M'nie PAULINE COLS0N as Amlna;
Big. FRIG NOLI as Elvlno ;
Slg. AM0DI0 as Count Rudolph 0 ;
Lisa, M'lle Simon ; Teresa, Mad. Zannccl.
Conductor MAURICE STRAKOSCH.
TUESDAY, March 22, Bellini's famous Opera,
M'lle TERESA PARODI In the celebrated charac
ter nf Norma; M'mo STRAKOSCH a Adalglaa
iiLjini evuiuJia as i'ouo , j u jnla as uiovcao.
Adinieslon Pamuette Circle. Pernuette and Balco
ny. ( ltoHerved Rente. 181 Ml: Tickets to the above, wltb
the privilege of occupying such Seats as may not
securuu, i ou; uuuery, ou cents.
PIKE'S OPERA HOUSE.
Unprecedented Combination of Talent
ON THE SAME EVENING.
A T THE SOLICITATION OF A LARGE
J. K- number ot principal families desirouB of hear
lns M. Str&ckoscbs celebrated Company in a Con
cert, the niauagenieut has the honor to announce
that arrangements nave ueeu conciuuua tor a
Which will take place on
Wednesday Evening, March 23.
On which occasion ALL THE PRINCIPAL ABT-
iniaoi ffi. Dirwuwu v'ii v,uiu iki ii j . in
cluding the powerful Chorus and the grand Orches
tra, wilt appear.
The Programme far this occasion will be the most
Avriiiluitn ver offered ill a Concert. It will contain
selections of Sacred and Mscelianoous Miisio, Gems
from Gran'Vaud Popular Operas; also, Euglieh Sougs
Price of admission for that evening's Concert will
be $1 00, Including choice of Beau; Gallery
Seats for the Mammoth Concert will be secured,
commencing on Monday.
N. B. No curtain will be raised.
Y. M. M. L. ASSOCIATION.
REV. C. B. PARSONS,
SferrcT-"THH AMERICAN UNION: ITS JH
TINE ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT, A8 F0RE-
Thursday Eveulug, March 21.
Smith and Nixon's Hall.
Admission, BS cent. Doors open at 7 o'clock;
Lecture 10 commence ai e o cioca.
marltl-awt J. L. TALB0TT, Reo. Sso'y.
LECTURE ON PHRENOLOGY,
CHOWINa IT8 UTILITY IN THE IN-
Man. civen hv
Moral and Physical Development
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E9 Sea Ntu Advertiemmi$ on 2d and iih
Fobtv-two marriage lioenses were issued
last week by Clerk Toohey , of the Probate Court,
against sixty.oight the previous week..
We have been informed that snow fell on
Friday night last, about seventy miles from the
oity, on the Cincinnati and Indianapolis Rail
road, to the depth of six inohos.
A noiSE ocoupied by Mrs. Wolls, situated on
Front, near Milloreek, was burglariously en
tered on Saturday morning, and robbed of
about $15 in money, and $30 or $40 worth of
Ik an affray on Poplar street, on Saturday,
a man named Joseph Kotch throw a hatchet
at Daniel Read, whioh barely missed his head,
and out a gash in bis loft shoulder, whioh will
seriously inoonvonienoe him for tome time.
Pbocekdikos of thb County Commission
BBS. The Board of Commissioners passed' or
ders on Saturday amounting to $1,220 29,
whioh $881 34 was to Maoy fc Limpus, on ao
count of superstructure on Harrison Bridge,
being two-thirds of estimate. But one pris
oner, John Reinhart, was discharged from jail
for want of means to pay fines or costs.
Attempts at Suiciuk. On Saturday last
there were three attempts at self-destruction
the oity, but all were nnsuooessful. Jennie
Martin, who is an Inmate of a brothel on Sixth
street, took onough of the tinoture of opium
to kill two persons, and. escaped death for this
very reason. She had been deserted by
Cosslus Boll, also residing on Sixth street,
beeame craned from the effects of drink, and
attempted to cut his throat with a razor. The
instrument was in a bad condition, and
hand, in oonsequenoe of his intoxicated state,
unsteady, and thus, what induced him to make
the attempt, was the oause of its non-perform
A man named Welby, who resides In
Seventeenth Ward, tried to shoot himsolfi
palsy, with whioh he had been afHioted for
- number of years, and by which he had been
annoyed until life became a burJen, prevented
success in his undertaking.
Envelops of letters received should not
hastily destroyed, as will be seen from the fol
lowing oiroumstancei On Saturday we reoeived
among our other mail matter, a letter which
when divested of its envelop, afforded no
whatever as to its writer, date when written
or place whenoe it came. . It inoluded within
its narrow folds the sum of six dollars,
the amount of 'Dally Presses that I will wint
the ensuing week." The envelop had,
other envelops, been thrown away, before
laeonio and very imporfoot epistle was opened
but by the exeroise of a little patienoe in turn
ing over the refuse of our papor-basket,
found the envelop, whioh supplied us with
facts, viz: the date when and the place where
the letter was postod. Who the writer is,
think we can safoly guess; but we would
ommend him not to be so eery ort'e in future,
"Brevity Is the soul of wit" sometimes,
tomttimet "Brevity is the soul of wlf'-letsnesi,
The Beckley Trial for Murder.
At half-past nine o'olook on Saturday, the
Jury in the case of William Beokley (on trial
before Judge Carter for the murder of the
Italian) took their places, and the evldonoe
Cassandra Ingorsoll examined I was ac
quainted with William ond Jesse Beokloy;
they called ot Anna Woener's. on Vine street:
Jesse told Anna Wagner that ho would send
nor money to nay her expenses to leave the
city until after the trial; noxt day he sent her
$10 sho would not travel on that amount, and
men no sent a loaso of a house, No. B9 Sixth
street, whioh (as witness learned) gave her the
premises three months free, and fur the balanoe
of the term at a stated rent) Jesse Beokley said
that if I would take care of the house while
Anna Wagnor was away he would give me a
handsome silk dress; I told him I would take
caro of the house, but did not want the dress; I
took the lease, at Anna's request, to lawyer
Logan, who pronounced It a valid lease; when
Martha Ditto and Jenny Bowers -went away
after tho murder, they loft the house in com
pany with Jesse Beokloy, Hughes and Gor
don Jesse Beokley carrying one of the bun
dles, and Hup-hoi or Gordon the other; after
ward saw William Beckley, sen., there, but
uiu not remember the conversation.
On cross-examination she was interrogated
as to her antecedents. She oame from Day
ton; had lived there throe years; had been at
Anna Wagner's about two weeks; deolined
stating who she had been with before that.
Q. Did you not send Charley Lyons to see
A. Lyons came to me. and asked me how I
should like to leave the oity until after the trial
was over that Jesse JJeckley wanted me to.
I laid Mr. B. must see me himself.
Prisoner's counsel objected to this answer.
The Court allowed it as proper in explanation,
T. A. Logan recalled His impression was
that the lease was for a year the first three
months free. The signature was Jesse Bock'
ley, but witness oould not swear to the hand'
David Wright examined Saw Josse Beokloy
have a conversation with W. C. Thompson (the
aoeoonaing witness; on Wednesday morning,
in iront ot tne uourt-nouse; Thompson was
leaning against a pillar; Jesse came behind him,
and laid his hand on his shoulder; they walked
then toward tho door of the Court-house, and
Cross-examined Jesse Beckley went in first.
Court Was that the day on whioh Thomp
son was called and did not appear?
The Court bore direoted Jesse Beokloy to
take the stand, and asked him if he procured
any body to take a note to the town of Hamil
ton, and have the contents telographed back
to me j uuge ot tnis uourt,
lieckley No, sir.
Tho Court read the note. On the back wer
the words, "18 words. To the Hon. Judge
Carter, Cinoinnatl, Ohio," and on the Insido
I left because I swore false at the Folios
Court. I was mad at Bill. May God forgive
me. W. C. THOMPSON."
Court Did you send Wm. Bowon with that
note to Hamilton ?
A. No, Judge; I know nothing of it,
Q. Did you direot anybody to tear off the
post-marie trom ltr
A. is 0.
Q. Do you know what beoame of Tbomp
A. I do not. I wish I did, and I would
tell you honestly. I took my horse and buggy
ana searched with the officers tor nun myself.
The Court here handed the dispatch left at
tho Tolegraph office to witness, and desired him
to copy it in his own handwriting,
iv iiuezs a wruu uo mure msa my own
The witness here wrote his name.
Q. Do you know Wm. Bowen?
A. I do not.
Wm. Beckloy was then (tailed to the stand
He said be did not know Wm. Bowen, nor knew
any thing of the telegraph dispatch sent to
Judge Snoonor said he was prepared to prove
that the evidenoe of Thompson related only, or
mainly, to the identity of the pistol, and that
he was detected in a mistake or falsehood.
Mr. Eerr said that the testimony of Thomp
son was important aside from the testimony,
and that if any thing erroneous had been stated
by him, it was an honest mistake.
Judge opooner doubted whether the bearing
of that witness would authorize suoh an infer
George Hughes examined by the State Q.
Were you not fined ten dollars before the Polioe
Court, and did not Jesse Beokloy pay your fine
A. He advanced the fine, and I paid it back
like a gentloman.
Q. Did be not also go your bail?
A. He did.
To prisoner's Counsel I sent for him
The State here announced that their evidence
The Court, at this stage of the trial, said the
further hearing (arguments, so.,) would be post
poned until Monday; the Jury, in the mean time,
might return to their homos, the majority of
iiiBiu uuiug imuvui. v. .uo uuuuu;, jkuay
were Ldmonished not to oonverse with any one
In relation to the facts of this oaso.
Adjourned until half-past nine o'olock on
PmsoN, Jail and Hospital. In the City
Prison, at the olose of last week, there were
117 prisoners, (53 of thtm females,) against
131 the previous weok. During the past' week
63 prisoners were discharged,
. In the County Jail there were 8 lnnatlos ;
femalet ; 0 on bread and water ; 16 on ohain-
gang ; 31 in main jail 89 in all, against
the previous week.
At the Oommeroial Hospital 24 persons were
admitted during the week; 16 discharged ;
died Henry Ellsman, N. Rosso, Herman
Bunselmeier, lsaao Smith, William Lord and
James 0. Bell. In the Hospital, last evening,
113 patients were nnder treatment, against 111
the previons week.
At the olose of the week there wore four per
sons suffering from small-pox in the Pest-bouse,
Sale or Real Estate. On Saturday morn
ing last, at eleveu o'olook, the Sheriff sold,
partition, a pieoo oi property belonging to three
hoirs of Stlbbs' estate, on Walnut street, be
tween Third and Fourth, 26 feet front by 200
foet deep, appraised at $22,600, to Winthrop
Smith for $866 per foot, or $21,626 one-third
oast, and the remainder in on and two years,
Our readers will observe from the above that
the value of property on this square has been
lately considerably enhanced ; and w do
doubt, to judge from the improvements wbioh
are being made in the neighborhood, that
the olos of th year th above lot could
resold at an advano ot $200 per front
upon th prio paid for it on Saturday.
MEITINO OP THB DlMOCBACr. At the hall
of the Youag Men's National Democratio As
sociation, the body known by that name as
sembled on Saturday evening. The President,
M. W. Myers, after Mr. Wm. Mason bad
been appointed Secretary, stated the objeot of
the meeting, and, upon motion of Dr. Fries,
appointed the following Committee on Resolu
tions t Dr. George Fries, H. Kelly, F. C.
Sehroodor, Dr. Muscroft and James nanna.
During thoir absonos the meeting was addressed
by Mr. Disney and others, and when they
returned they submitted the following as an
expression of the sonse of tho meeting npon
(itatc and National affairs, whioh was unani
mously adopted 1
Itetolved, That the great moral of the Report
of the late Investigating Committee into the
ireasury uciaicauons, is the complete vindica
tion of the Democratio policy of the total sep
aration of tho publlo funds from the control of
Kctotvtd, That the inauguration and estab
lishment, by the present Deraooratio Legisla
ture, of tho Indopendont Treasury, by which
til a tiannln'i ..1I....J J . , - i -
the people's money, oollected in the shape of
taxes, to maintain State and local governments,
ubu uo aopi on 01 oanks, and disbursed by
the specially toleoted agentt of the people,
meets our hearty approbation, as does also that
provision of it which looks to the final use of a
gold and silver currency bv the State and the
Ketolvti, That we also give the present Dom
boratio Legislature thanks for the establishment
of the plan of siml-annual payment of taxes,
o ueuig a measure oigniy aavantagoous to tne
laboring and business olasses of the oommuntty.
Hetolvtd, That the Democrats of the House
are entitled to all commendation for the prompt
manner in whioh thev passed the bill on Thurs-
day last, to take the repairs of the canals out
of the present Republioan Board of Publlo
works, and place it in the hands of the old
contractors, thereby saving the State thousands
of dollars annually. reDUdiatino- reoudiation.
and taking from a partisan Board a patronage
mey ao not nesiiate to use unscrupulously
against the Demoaratio party; and we express
the hope that the Demoeratlo Senate will, in
as prompt a manner, pass the bill through that
ooay, ana tnoreoy oonlor a favor on the State
ireasury, as wen as the Democratic party.
mo keen solicitude shown by the Republioan
papers, as to the fate of the bill, sinoe its nas-
zs' u rssis v.
- -0--0 r v f
uecume a taw
tietofacd. That we approve of the aot com
monly known as tho Police Reform Bill, the
objeot of which is to elevate the oharacter of
the police; to rendor it more independent of
iriy viomsuunos; 10 give it a cotter tenure
and system, by associating with the Mayor. In
its appointment and oontrol, citizens of high
character and merit as Commissioners, whoso
soio uuiy it snail be to look alter this most im
portant branch of the public servioe, and to aid
ine mnyor, oy tneir counsols, in giving it an
efficlenoy it now notoriously lacks.
Botolttd, That the historv of the last two
yonrs nas conclusively proved, by tho groat in
orease oi orimo and decrcato of doteotion.
that the present polioe is wretohedly weak and
inefficient, and that we believe some radical
change in its organization was generally desired
by good oituens.
Ketotved, That the resolution passed by the
vppusiuon uuy council, tnat the new law in
creases the expenditures of the police, is a' so
UltClV false. It abolishes tha nftina nf (!itv
Marshal, and thereby savet the tax-payers tome
sixteen thousand dollars a year, with advantage
to the publio service; and that on the ground
oi economy aione, it deserves our support.
Hetolvtd. That the Republioan Citv Connoil.
by its prodigal inorease of expenditures, adding
to tne people s Duraen thirty thousand dollars
per year extra for the polioe alone, by its lm
beollity upon all Important publio Questions.
and its narrow partisanship, is deserving of
signal reouue, ana tnat tne people will be talse
to their intorests if they do not make a rad
ical change In this branch of the munioipal ad-
uiuiiniruuuu at tne approacning eieotion.
Hetolvtd, That it is a significant faot that
while the State taxes, under a Democratic
Legislature, have decreased, and that the
oounty taxes have decreased under Domooratla
Commissioners, the oity taxes alone have in
creased to a ruinous degree under a Republi
Hetolvtd, That we disapprove in strong? terms
of the late act of the Republican Legislature
of Massachusetts, wbioh requires a naturalized
oituen to wait two years before he oan vote,
while a negro is permitted to vote on one year's
residence. Among all oitizens there should be
perfect political equality.
Hetolvtd, That we indorse the action of our
State Senate in passing a bill to prevent cer-
conn uaviiig Airioun uiooa in tneir veins irom
voting, and express the hone that It mav ra.
. 1 " . e i i , , . ., . 4
oeive tho speedy and favorable action of the
Meeting or the Youno Men's National
Republioan Association In aooordance with
their resolution to hold a meeting every week,
the Young Men's National Republican Asso
ciation oonvened, Dr. N. C. Daniels in the
Chair, at their rooms In the Metropolitan
Building, on Saturday evening last. The
auenaanoe was rair, and the debate opon
the following resolutions, whioh were passed,
i quite spirited 3
Weebiab. The Les-lslatura of Massachusetts
hat proposed an amendment to the constitution
oi that State, requiring all naturalized citi
zens to be residents of said State for the term
of two years after having been admitted to alt
lzensoip, colore they shall enjoy the right
Wukrias, Said proposed amendment hasbeen
reoommended to the approval of the people
Aiassaonusetts oy a legislature protesting
be Republioan in politios, thereby bringing
much odium upon the entire party; and
Whkbeas; An effort is now being made
the Democrats to use this act of the Massa
chusetts Legislature to the prejudice of
x, i ... 1 ; .
Republioan party in this city; therefore.be
Hetolvtd, That th Young Men's National
Ttonnrille.n A .,,;.!!,, , j:....
Republican Association of Cincinnati repudiates
and disavows any sympathy with the Republi-
f w . ' . . . 1
cans of Massachusetts in their recent action.
whereby they propose to disfranchise eititens
of the United States from the righ', of suffrage
ior any period or time, let it be long or short,
merely because they ar or foreign birth.
Hmohtd, That, onoe having been admitted
to oitizenship,we regard tbe foreign-born eitizen
entitled to tbe tame looial, religious and politi
cal rights at are the native-born; and any move
ment having for its object, either direotly
ln:-l .u . a t..: -r ;
.iiuiiwvijr, tuv ueuuviug OA vur turuiga-uuru
eititens of any of their rights, acquired
virtue of thoir naturalization, will meet with
the tame item opposition by us. at a party,
that we make against th further extension
Httohtd, That th true principles of Repub
licanism ar to extend tbe area of freedom,
not to oontraot it.
Sebiocb Aooident. Last Saturday after
noon, while a woman named German,
crossing the Fonrteenth-street Bridge, the
with quit a severe accident On of th
was loos, and in stepping upon it ah fell
th ground, a distant, of tw.lv or fifteen
breaking b.rieg,.ndlnjurlng.bab, whioh
carried In her arms, to suoh an xttnt that it
thought i. !..
NATIONAL THEATER. At the National
to-night King LTenty VIII will be played, with
Bwinbourne as "Cardinal Wolsey," and
Miss Vandenhoffas "Quoea Katharine." They
also appear as "Ssag Froid" and "Pauline,"
in the amusing pieoo of Dilieatt Ground.
With suoh attraction "Old Drury" will be
orowdsd, wo doubt not, from pit to dome.
WOOD S THEATER. Mr. and Mrs. Waller
drsw good audiences to this establishment dur
ing last week, and they deserved them 1 tor
their representations are worthy to be seen by
all lovers of the legitimate drama. Mrs.
Waller, in some of her personations, ts really
8' - In "Marina" she has no equal, ws are
sure, and In " Lady Macbeth," but a few. To
night she appears as "Ophelia," and if a sweet
voice, dlstlnot enunciation, a just conception of
the character, and an apparent sympathy of
the actress with the author, art) things to be
desired in a rendition of this part, those who
14 to-ght will be pleased. Mr. Waller ap
pears as "iiamlet," and the oast otherwise -is
PIKE'S OPERA HOUSE. We confess we
do not like TVovafor. It Is effective, and has
in each act tome fine music, whioh, rendered by
such orralee as Parodi, Madame Strakosoh,
Brlgnoli and Amodio, will linger long la the
mind as a pleasant memory, but as an opera it
oan not live at least It oan not coexist with a
oorreot mnsioal taste. The orchestration in
every part, with but one cr two exceptions, is
blatant, meaningless and absurd, and we are
not sorry that, as a relief to a double dote ol
this opera, we are to-nigbt to have the twee'
and sympathetie style of Bellini. The man
agement have been wise in their selection 01
a performance for this evening, and the con
trast will delight, we doubt not, the habituu ol
the Opera House.
Paulina Colson at "Amina." The simple
announoement Is sufficient to fill every seat in
the house. Tboso who saw this sweet-faced
and sweet-voleed eaterrc as the hlat "Hen-
the lovely, erring, repentant, self-saorificing
dying "Violetta," need not be told that, as thr
beautiful peasant girl or at the wronged tonnazn
bulist, the will bewilder them with her vol
to as gToat an extent at "Amlna" attraotet
"Elvino" with her beauty, or that the wll
leave as little to be wished for in her aoting a
sho did in her rendition of the musio npon tbi
occasions to which we have referred. But It
any further Induoement to attend the Opera hi
required when we add that Amodio appears a
the "Count Rudolpho," and Brignoli as "El
vino," we are sure all will agree with us thai
the performance to-night will be complete.
Tuesday, Parodi whom, as a singer, we haT
admired for many years, and whose voice is as
powerful as then, and. whose execution is bet
terappears as "Norma;" and on Wednesday
the strength of the entire oompany will be
combined for the purpose of giving a concert
The quality of the entertainments whioh Mr.
Strakosch has determined to furnish us, seems
to be only equaled by their variety. Let not
his attempts to please go unrewarded.
Fbiohtened, bpt not Hcbt. A party who
had chartered an omnibus to take them to Wat
nut Hills, from the Opera, on Saturday night,
were frightened almost out of their remem
branco of Parocll's glorious rendition of the air,
"Con I e'er forgot thee," although they must
have promisod at the time they never would,
by an accident whioh occurred to their driver,
He must have taken as many drinks into his
stomach as persons into his vehlole ; for when
he pulled the strap for the purpose of shutting
the door, he lost his balance and fell from tbt
box ; but he held tha reins tightly, and the
horses were stopped finally by having been, by
chanoo, turned against the lamp-post at th
corner of Fourth and Walnut. While the
driver was employed in regaining his hat,
whioh had fallen with him, the occupants per
formed the somewhat difficult talk of getting
out of the omnibus some of the males, we are
sorry to say, leaving their fair companions to
take care of themselves which they did bv
orowaing through the narrow door two at
time, thus wrecking their crinoline, losing their
shawls, opera-oloakt, hooda and hatr-pint,
breaking their fant, bunting their gloves,
dropping their libretti and sundry ejaculations
more common than elegant; and then, in the
most complete state of perturbation and alarm,
they huddled together on the pavement and in
quired oi each other what the matter was,
None of them learned, we believe, to tboir tat
lifaction, what had been the oaute of the com
motion until the men returned, after having
conoluded there wat no further danger, and
gallantly assisted the ladies back to their teats,
after which they again started for tbeir homes,
Chemical Analytit of th Blood of Consume ft.
oiiow si ueutieucy oi in. nsa uioouies.
. 1 1 i . , .
.Ti i". wniium, in uii iicmn, jnonoay evening,
it I Smith Nixon's Hall, demonstrated that if this
flciency oxUtad, conaumptlon would be tbe result.
The rational method of treatment, therefore, Is
furnish the organism with an artificial supply oi these
M m CriT.rn1. IT.. Q ... 1. .
compounded with the sole purpose of supplying these
In order to give soma Idea of tba affioacv nf thla
remedy In attaining tbe desired result, we append
ioiiowiuk iviier i coin jnrs. juann, wiie oi tne lion.
Horace aiann, rresiaeni oi Aniiocn college :
Y.I TOW gfllVU. O . TWum UpH t.U
Ma. Wm. Gi ilmbd.
- Dear Sir: I am very fflad to hear of tha iihmh
rour medicine, which certainly did tba thing for
Ittla boy of twelve, which I had almost despaired
ever seeing none, ueoigi naa oeen suhject for sev-
eral years to attacks of the throat and breast, which
uave mven me muctt uneasiness; for once beaun.
have found them verv dlmcu.lt fo anra. Ha haA hM.
suffering for mor than two months from locestant
couguing, aaeesioK, naming in tne tnroat and weak
eves, till afloat he lost neb, appetite and strength
physiological, had failed of effect when I began
your medlciue. In one week th cough ceased;
the end of a fortnight (is began to recover color, appe
tit and vigor, and I think be has resisted ex poaur
as ha oould not do hafora. Ilnlv imp. k.a k.
obliged to resume It, aud that was on tha occasion
taking cold, when he Immediately cam for "Mr.
Oulllord's medicine," and In th eouree of twenty-
four hours wasaulte well again.
lours, with respect,
For salt at No. 130 West Sixth street, one door
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Union Steam Oakery, No. 104 West
Sixth Stbekt. The pnbllo should be mad
aware of th existence in this city of a new
Baking establishment, where bread Is mad."
without handling made, In faot, by th agency
of machinery, set la motion by steam. Thin
establishment ts nnder the snperintndno of
Mr. A. Cunningham, agent of th Union Steam
Baking Company j and, though but a new
olalmant, comparatively, for publio favor, bids
fair to become a general favorite.
Th Bread made in this establishment does not
past through th proceti of fermentation eom-
monly called "raiting ;" hono th loaves ar
not at large at those made after th common
method. But th Bread her produoed has th
advantage of retaining Its sweetness, and
what, prhapt, will not at first b generally be
lievedits tponginest for dayi. The rapidity
with which th dough is prepared Is truly
amazing. Two barrels of flour being deposited
In th "Patent Kneader," the maohloery Is set
in motion, and in tteth ninuUt from that Mm
th flour is thoroughly kneaded and mad
ready for th oven. W shall, probably, de
scribe th "Patent Kneader" at another time.
Th potatoes nsed in the Bread ar of th
very best quality; and their preparation it
qually qulok, oleanly and unexceptionable, at
is th preparation of th dough. Tbey ar
placed In a machine, after washing and scrap
ing, and in fuo minuttt are steamed and other
wise got ready for mixing with tbe flour.
Thongh but recently started, this establish
ment hat already exoited very considerable In
terest, at tbe faot of erowdt of visitors to see
he "kneader," as well as to invest in th
staff of Ufa" ber produced, abundantly tes
The success of this comparatively small Me
chanical Bakery settles th question at to th
possibility of constructing Portable Baking Ma
chinal, to to tpeak, at moderate expense, and
on a- much mor limited teal than tbe now
olottd conoern at th eornar of Elm street,
and we hop to see them bcom general among
Mr. Cunningham informs us that his ma
chinery turns out nearly 4,000 loaves of Bread
lally, and Crackers almost countless.
teucorrhea, or Whites. This weak-
'nlng disease Is one of the most obstinate in
eslsting ordinary medical treatment, simply
Heoaus it Is regarded too mnoh as a local affeo-
ion. By attacking th constitutional cause,
by improving th general ton and vigor of th
lystem, the PERUVIAN SYRUP is of itself
tble to remove speedily this exhausting form
of female disease.
Office 128 Fourth street, up stairs, wher a
pamphlet, descriptive of this medioine, may be
Dr. Ayer will deliver a Lecture upon
Medicated Inhalation, at Smith & Nixon's
Hall, next Friday evening. The subject being
on in which so many are interested, and th
popularity of th lecturer, will no doubt draw
together a large audience.
Wm. McCord, on Sixth street, below
Western Row, is now fully prepared to fit any
number of people with Spring suits. His se
lections of goods can not b surpassed, and hit
suits always fit. Give Mr. MoCord a trial.
Particular attention la called to th
stock of Upholstery and Curtain Goods just
received by Snowden A Ott, whioh they
offer at reasonable prices. Their store is at
No. 21 Weet Fourth street. . .
Steamer General Pike, with a large
company for "Plke't Peak," leaves to-morrow,
(Tuesday.) Capt. John Scott and Clerks
Bower and Carter hav charg of this splendid
palace of the waters, and will make everything
right and agreeabl from th beginning to th
Harlan's netr style of Pictures, re
cently imported from Europe, called tha Ala
bastrine pioture, is worthy of pecial atten
The Central Dining Saloon Is the most
popular sating plac in th city, and its pro
prietor, John Maodonald, will always be found
Ball ti Thouas' Plctares are pro
verbial for their beauty and originality s
peoially thoa Photographs, which thsy gat np
in th most superior style, ,
It la generally admitted that Temple-
ton takes perfeot pictures holographs lu
particular. On need only his samples to
be convinced of this faot.
Who would think that one could get
his likeness taken for a twenty-five cent pleos?
Suoh, however, is th faot, and the plao is at
th Broadway Gallery of Art.
Stlllman's 1 the place to get your
phis taken. His style of taking iotures is
generally admired. . "
Winder' Picture Gallery Is so crowded
now-a-days that he says he will hav to en
large. W like to ehronlol such fact.
Mr. Booker, on Sixth atreet, near
Vine, pays particular attention to th reno
vating and repairing of soiled garments.
See Horn Inttrult on 2dpagt.
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