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la euhll.hed dally (Sunday ant uoe4ed) by HKNlty HKKD Mc CO., fr. r r ( opmrtom, (Tq TBI 'JCKOIlfHATl DAILt PBKSUJ b detlTmrml I mbcrlbr In Oltrr.ienaU, Oorlngtoa end exurwanding eitle. and town, M . tta etrwmerr low rice., 8BYBN CISTS 1 WIIK, . rxMAMi to cmni. ., Prirw if MMIIt. find, eerie a imhi 1 month. Swoento; t months, ft r, I y.r, : All. ' AMUSEMENTS. jr., solo fdanager ud bwi. ., . , 7, BO cents l.allery, cent.. Engagement of the celebrated Comedian, " " ... MR.HOTHERN, .,.,f.U? Who will' meg. Ms'flret Sppearance In fill world famed oart-of which he ie the author of "Lord lninarnry," m personated by htm oxer Km oone.rn ! v"..n,''ut Lt'"' ' Theater, Now York. Oil thin occasion the Mou. KAMUKL DJtfDKEAHY will be Intriiriuced, Wing nrrlyod In Wl.nd too lata tit the light. Mr Lord will pal on lh. gloves awl elesoribe Ui various rounds, In Iloonnn and beyors,., .11 i . 1 . j . t ' . . On MONDAY KVENINU.May 14, will ho nresented the world-renowned niMiican Comodrof . ' . OLR AMnlUDAN C0181N. lord Dundreary, Mr. K. A. Bnthern . An Trench. Wt '; Abel Murent.i Mf. baaiSon: V.",,'l;?ri.J','n rtino,.Mr. SllalerT Mary .Meredith, MiM Annlo Wain; In. llontchesing ton, Un. Uilbert. To conclude with tWleagierA. com-xiiett called TUB PRINTER'S APPRKNTICK; Oi, OajU.Ddonte's Pit. Joseph, Mr. F.IMer : General Beauxolr, Mr. Ella Irr Mm. Maul, Mrs. Gilbert; Klisa, Mies Annit fl ! 1 1 J- ii h I ; ..l4 1 :.' In prorkraflorf, tho n.ce.eful pier, porformed at Wallack Theater, Now York, called '' The Bo. nieuceiuf aPuoy juting Maxi." . 1 . TT ' IVV' NATIONAL THEATER.-Jon oTK, J'ruprli tut aud Manager j W. . Inwia, Treasurer j C I. smite, Stage Manager. " , f First night of tho engagement of tho American tragediauj, . . ,. -ij, : ' ' , . MB. JAB. K. MUBDOCH,. . . MOyjAYSlVRNiKO,' Ma 14,' tho performance will cimimencn. with Sheridaa'i admired ovmetlr in ttoncuul tho r school Ton scakbax.o; ; .. T V Charlej Snrfaco. Mr. J. E. Mnntoeh j Joeeph garfaro, Jlr. JCIuwro; Bir r.t.r l',Hir.lo, Mr. Urlenon ; Sir Benjamin IWkblte Mr. (J. Hamilton ; Mr. Crab, tiw, Mr.Pardoy: looa, Lytton; Bowley, Mr, XjFfcVLfe11'."' At' !""; Clarleai,.Mr.8lelni Trip, f. iillaco; Joieph a nervant, Mr. Whit' tyn 1 Ladrnoorwelt,Mr.OrleroTij Mra. Candor, Wnt. tlni.iTo: Maria, Mum Schenok ; Maid, Mlai Wood ; ,Lady Tukile, Mlm Hattle llornard. To conclud. with tow langhaliu) Oomedietta of MlSCIIItr MAKING. Mwttfoi wrlh annga,.MIm Hattle Bernard-; rfloho llta Bovt!!, Mr. Pnrdey j Olirer Uulot, Mr. Bar rett; Uonry Deagrali, Mr. glln. RETLWOF TBE CAMPBELLS! SMITH & NIXON'S HALL. Commanoing Monday, May 14. RUMSEY iSTEWCOMB'S ' o ' ' Ox-IsIxxaI '.!'-.". CAMPBELL JONSTRELS! ANDTHK ONLY "CAMPBELLS' NOW In exif.tea.rev all (Otliera aasomiOK the nam r.TAhfrfAI" noowortlii of eonndonc. The I AMrBr.1,1,8 are now on their return from the li-landof Cut, being thenratand only Min.lrelnr graiilaation that ever Tl.lted that Island. When It win rumored that the Troupe wm about to fake tho trip, the general iropmauon ,w tho tntarpriee would prore a failure, for the roaaon that moat ol the Uuupony could noither apeak or understand the Bpanl.h language, aud the Luaaaaeonld not under etond Knirliifh. 'fhoreenlt, llOwe'er, prored the con traryhe mualoai tuttl oonlo talent of the Trour lliifrnffltiiitto,lriiwtunthr and antertaln the largeet and taxlilimablo andlrnre in llarnna. although the Italian Open and (Jhlrlnl'a Grand Olr cue wore in their inliTnt. Their performances niet wit h.uch mark, of approbation that they won ao licltod to viait tho miulilxiring oltles. After per tiirmlng In Havana, Mntanrns, Cardenas, and other ritlesiuUif north of tho, Island, With niipantlolled ttccoes, thoy now retara to the soonaes of their for mer triumphs, oonacluul that tho patronngo ao freely extonted to them In former days will still be awarded tllein. , 1. .i . . . TDoor open at 7 o'clock commence at a. ' ' TllKJlULfcis, "!T.M"H'.3 CENTS, TO ALL I'AfiTgOT If. A.CLABKi Aliens. . .1 yfci . i - PALACE GARDE N. THIS BE AUTI i'LL PLACB Or BUMMKH-IbuOHT will shortly Be opoued fcr the nwueriuaiit nnd enjuyaient of the pulilic. , . j- ... . i . Ladles n dwntremerl, ancK"aa Cancers, T Comic SI"?? J'wtcians, Negro MlustreU, Rone and Wire Pofiimiern, Afgler Ac.,, trlnlilng itigagt niotiu, ol Agviua art4iun to niter, will aWaae nddreasto . lfT 01 LriKKTr " ' '' ' Vxl,37, Pletomoe. MISCELLANEOUS. cmcMATi'im.coMPAirr, COAL-TABD AND OFFICE, YWyjOHIOaHBNY, WINUTBEiDB, Hartford City. COALH. ! BtTojid at the krwnst market rwtetC I "0rdera solicited and pnimrdr execnted. ma7-ay , i W. M. HUBBKLL, Bscratary. DR; MERIT WELLS, RESIDENT DENTIST, TmENTA ENTAL fJOLLFCvB INFIBMARYv NO, iutn ituil vluo aud ltace, Ciuciuuati, 0. rjeveutl . LIST OF PRltKrfToit' pab wonfev roll upper or lower sets of teeth continuous gun, 40i gold, 35; yylcanlto, JS; illTar, f 20. ,. , , ,, , . "OB OPERATIONS: ' Small goldjilug, eacc.-........M.ll oents to 81. Elrot teeth j .. '..-...A-xtraoting ,taUi.WM..M,HM...,M..M. ...tltott ...2ooeata. apl7-cm TERMS CASH. HBMOVAIi. H. CUMMINGS, f f OUtB AND PKCOBATrVB PAINTER MM. has removed from bis old stand, on Walnut street, to 8TOUK NO. 7 BUKNIT HOUSE, where be will be pleased to meet all hi -old friends and ne'rous- apll-am I - " 1 NI8HIN0 (iOOIlB, ! WEST FOURTH -STREET. eUAMUBL O. WINC'HKBTEB, Cutter. . ap30-ay ts pocj'l. tS'ottoV. ' " my-iw ,r No. West fonrth-etroot., PAJER HANGINGS! ., pr ALL PESCBIPTIONS. ,' GKOHOK A.. PKTKU, mo.t ,Yvifth.tr.m ,na BKMOVJD JTBpal .Qg'WBirP blXXUjTwVB. rates of Intrrest, at Ha. 113 Vlnn-auoat, between fourth and firth. No. 6 Went Fonrth-atroot, AB E NOW KBCBI VINO A U1IITIONS Ttt their Urge aasortLaaut at WaUaai, Jewelry, Silverware autl lUauioada. ' ' ' A 1,80 A Hue assortment of Plated, Tea Btti and 4'utlery and Opera-glasses. ' Cigars (Tobacco, a i IVBHAVK ON HAND AND ABE CON. TTITaStLY rorvl.ig Cigarsi Sc.. MhU tn oualltr by none hi the cMr. VorUli by -i i AI.BBnT kOIW, Dnujltetl -South -west corner OeutirfTauu ad IihU. , 43Lal-Ulill rj ivii. RECEIVED ON CONSIGNMENT AND lor sale at 30 per case, laaaarted .numbers.) X,-,ards spoolj. , ejT, j. I ?T ,I4HM "T. xx. ST ouvet, VOL:1II,NO.79.' ' CINCINNATI. MONDAY MORNING. MAY 14. 1860. : ; ' PRICE ONE CENT. V I w ' ' ''I in ' ' :'' : HI '!, ' 1 li. 'j, ; i ' ; , ; 1 ' " ' .'!' ',. ;:,, , ,., , ' ;. , ... ,. i I.. RAILWAY MATTERS. TRAINS DEPART. ittli Miami 17 mlnntM uteT than City tlme.l A. M. nnd 11 P. M. Columbus Accommpdatlpfl V-A. Aaun Aoonmrnowmpjo, a jr.ens a. as a. OlKCIKMiTI, HAMILVOH AUD DTTO!l T mlnntM faster than City tlme.l 8-A. M., 10tl A. M lti30 P. M. nnd S P. M, Hamilton Acoonjiaodatlon, 9 4. M. and 3iS0 P. M. Onto Ann MimiHirn HI minutes slower than City time,) di'AS A. M. and SiSS P, M. Louisville Accommodation, II P. M. , lnniAnAPOLta aud Ctkoikimti U minutes slower than city tims.J 6 A. M., 9,30 A. M, nnd , V. M. Mabiktta Attn CincntnATi 17 minutes feeler Uan Cllr time,) 8i45 A. M. and 3i3 P. M. OoTinvron Ann LxiiKoTon-lUity time, 61SO A. M.andatMP.M.).- AII- I JxJl x TRAINS ARRIVE. -. LtTTtn aliAirr-SI.Sa A. at.; AilflJlttxU A.W. nl 4.49 P.M. 'irjB, Onto Ann Miiaiasirri-Bi3S A. M.', 1'jitlS P. M. n BiS P. M. Ojcikihti, Hahiloi im Batto)-Ti44 A. M., 10140 Ai M ., 1 f. At., 9St P.'BJ.I7B5 . Ml nr 9il3P. My UJi ill., i liij gJiUA.Ui-. AwniAnAPnini and CiriHUI-Ti43 A. M 1 A. M. nndBiSOP. M. ' ' BTaiixtta amd CinoixxATt IO1O8 A. M. nnd 8ll3P.Ml -. , 1 ., fV, II .ii.i. .... I.MeMwAM.f t A SxnroToir-Il A! It. nhd 0i38 r.M. VARIETIES. Boys ranch mnohogd by jl jnther "ronnd about" way." A run of luck has landed many fugltive slave safe in Canada. (ft y, f-.)! );:' Ez-Preiident Pierce is expected to return from Madeira about the middle of June. T the way to make, a , tall man short, is to ask him to lend you a hundred dollars. A bad mah fa 'a 'en.sk witfi h6les itbri whom while pouring all kinds of favors, you pour on what is still empty' i . i . , j . 1 instead of 30,000, there bag been 93,000 eopies of the norel called The Lamplighter rd- ..l.WV-J S fsHl l'-l " The clipper ship Drednaught arrived at New York recently from Liverpool, aflor a rua of nineteen days".' ' ' ' Easy tillage and scanty harvests charac terize that kind of fancy farming known as "raising expectations." - Robert Bowie, of Maryland, was drugjred ana robbed of $'i60, in Portsmouth, Va., Sunday;.,, 1 ; .. r .fj, A Bn fired i pistol at the head of the 'City Surveyor of Montreal, recently, wounding his scalp but not killing him. k man named Coon has Invested $5,000 in .what he calls a fropinintn, in Kew Jersej to raise frogs for New York restaurants. A few days since snow fell to a depth of c. : 1 : t t, 1 t . 1 1 . 1. . luui- luuurn laounxoo, juiiconeia county, Conn., and the thermometer registered 28. Father Felletti, the Inquisitor of the Holy Office, basbeen acquitted at Bologna on the charga of th Mnetipatof Ibqhild u9rtmn. f1 According to official returns, the Cunard tin of steamers receive 190,000 annually for the mail service from the British government. At the funeral of the late George Beach, in Hartford, Conn., six sons acted as pall bearers. "A rilliam Fyifeone "of 'theearliest' settlers of 1 Frbana, in this State, died a day or two sini e, In his seventy-sixth year. ; Polk Fisher; ft fad tVdviVearrof agi, Un' 01 euun r inner, 01 uumoeriana, Ma., was drowned in the Potomac River last weak. TNinei deaths" from lightning kate been re ported -frotnthe jWest, wjthjn fbuy or rt i Somebody says "the pleasure of doing good is the only one that never wears out." Prob ably this is because It is worn so seldom,' 1 ' John Marfield, one of the most extensive pork-packers in Southern Ohio, and a man of great wealth, died at y'hillicothje g day or two , Another patient to whom chloroform had beea administered in the Charity Hospital, New Orleans,! died' from its eftWaj i font days since. Commodore Vanderbilt complimented Mrs. Faulkner, wife of our Minister to France, Who sailed on Saturday, with a salute of thir teen guns. r Gov.eUh'er,f4 Virginia.' 'hagr contracted with Mr. Ames, of Springfield, to furnish ma chinery for the Virginia armory, to the exteut of $127,000. Z. , '"I'm. i'V'fi ''iyK The latest anpets from Texas speak favor ably of the prospect of a future harvest, from the fact that copious rains have fallen in al most every quarter of the State. The Jesuits have purchased a large property near the Central Railroad Depot, in Buffalo, N. Yn where they intend to erect buildings for an educational institute. Mrs. Join Howes? oVVethersfield! 6aan' 'is a remarkable' woman.' She weighs' only cigin uuuuua, ana rvcwniiy' presenter! ner husband with three sons at one birth. A daughter of Thomas EDis, about seven years of age, was burnt to death af Ply-, mouth, Mass recently, by her clothes taking fire while at play near some burning brush wood. ' ;'":."-,' ,,".,'- A cattle train of 122 cars, passed through Worcester, Mass a day or two ago, from the West, for the Brighton and Cambrjdga mar- Pilh, at leant, il nosdther-sort -of arinrals Itava cause to believe that U is a bad nractios to think of rising in life upon somebody else's hook;. The Morocco traders wUh Timbuotoo do a profitable 4nsiness.' In rrturn for good! valued at a million and a half of dollars, tbey get productions worth eighteen millions. In those good old days when school boys were switched off by the "master" at least: once a day, the policy seemed to be that a rod qf correction was equal to a mile of per suasion. ,i;li"jit:if lit 'Urt;i) Y The Kmpraas f .Russia; who is now sUytnaf -at Nice, having been asked by' Napoleon 111 to select guard of honor from the (t( of his army has made choice of the Zouaves. Latnoriciere is already diaifotlrif with the Papal Government about the want of supplies and money promised to hiui, and there is (ip. , tie cbauce of this source of dispute being re m nnul ... , . . I . . I l.-l. C' '11. I ' "TSNDIR BaOABD" FOR A LAHOLOBO-Tha Misaes Baker, who have been giving concerts In Chicago, are out with a curd, In which tbey tender their beartfthtankA'to Mr. Drake of the Tremont House, "who, from the sweet gushing fbniain f a aeaeraua nature, rl was pieaseu u oestow i upon mem. many a-1 tantious of .tender legord and substantial sympathy, in their lute sojourn In that city." If the ladies mean that Mr. Drake gave them their board bill, U' all sight a to. aubstantial sympathy, but the attantiuDS at tmtatr regard remain tq be explalnerl. ' ',";:';;;,' CoMORma op Lrarnid Bocirtirs. The twelfth session of the Congress of Learned Societies has been opened in Paris. The Congress is composed of ope hundred and fitly delegates,' representing the academies and learned tr auriosntnixU sooietiea from vahoaa P,rtf.pf Xlm JC The New York Balloon an Aeronaut by Collapse of his Air Vessel. The telegraph has alrehxly mentioned the fatal balloon accident ' in New YoTk, on Thursday afternoon, bv which' Augtstus M. Connor, ai piipU .pf Profossor Wine, lost his life; and Fridays Tribunt brnishes- these particulars of the melancholy occurrence : Tha portehtoue stnte ot the ky seemed to forbid that the promised, meeitsloA should take place, and the fitful gusts of wind that every now and then swept over the Gordon and tlirough .the streets, created a doubt in the minds of those present as to whether Mr. Connor would risk his litis in So frail a fabric as a balloon. Mr. Connor did not make his appearance lh the Garden 'Otitil a quarter bo? fore four o'clock, having been detained in the lower part of the city by a sut which he had in one of the courts. Upoh Entering the in tlosure he was received with rapturous ap plause.' 'H Was accompanied by his wife, and several other relatives and friends. "' 1 Mr.' Connor's assistants had already com menced the process of inflation, which the aeronaut now in person superintended, and the balloon soon contained gas enough to carry It above the garden walls, at the sight of which thejpeopl outside loudly cheered, Though detained to the earth by heavy bags of sand; the bolTcy globf Bwtyerl backward and forward with every gust of wind, and during a momentary gale that sprung up it was dashed, ngiwast a -hrae imnp, wniuh it completely liolUhod; s I S I J ' ; it The fenpvbf tho liwewtorinow bstfnn to be fiilly arotyjafl. and tWe rer loud riics from ever sidef aft'tltoa's gi.ajp''.Doyt go np." Several of Mr. Connor's personal friends at this time came forward, and advised him not to make the ascension, as the weathor wne very stormy, but the yonng mati- replied that he would go as soon as the squall passed over. His wlfai who was to ttiatke an aseerrslon with, him next week. ex-Dressed a ereat desire to iro lun with him on the present occasion, but he saia to ner very caimiy,My aenr, you must wait until the next time." A gentleman near the 'Inclbsure' noticing a hole In the lilk, pointed it out to Mr. Connor, who, iu tho coolest; .manner. rof teded to tie It up with a piece of twine.' Tho same per son asked if the rent would make any differ ence, when Connor laughingly said "It might cause the balloon to buret and spill him out." Shortly after fhnr o'clock, Mr. Connor, deem ing that he had sufficient gas in the balloon, called a number of gentlemen around him, and giving each one a rope, directed that the balloon bo allowed to gradually rise until the basket-Oiily. rested apon .tho ground.'. This was done, but the balloon was very restive, being rocked about by the wind in afrightful manner. The top of it appeared very full, bnt the throat seemed flabby. The audience ngain urged Mr: C. not to make the ascension, but he laughed at their fears.' .Biddiag.an' Affectionate adieu' to lis wife and intimate friends,- Mr. Counor en tered his car and called npon those who held the rones to close up and take a strong hold upon the basket, which they did. Everything being in readinesS.'M ' preconcerted signal every man relaxed his hold, but the balloon, instead lef rising perpendicularly from the ground, hinged off In a westerly direction. Th monsternbodj5, clriveV ty tho squall that just then arose, demolished a large trans parency with which it came in contact, and, striking the metal cornish of the bull and concert building, bent' It like so much thin lead. The wind subsiding, the balloon rose above the high ornaments on the build'ng re ferred to, and then suddenly collapsed, and with its basket and , occupant' instantly dis appeared from light. ' A scene of the wildest confusion new ensued, Mrs. Conner, and a female relative who accompanied her, fainting and falling helpless upon the ground. Loud shrieks rent the ,a!r, both inside and outside of the Garden, and the frantic people rushed hither and thither without knowing why or wherefore, Many people, under the impression that thii balloon had fallen into the yards of the houses on Fourteenth-street, or had risen and landed upon the roofs of the neighboring-.builduiSrr attempted, to- gain admission to said premises; but were repulsed by some Policemen. , , . . . , Officer Rabineau of the Sixteenth Ward, and Officer WesteDBcld, of the Ninth, suc ceeded in gaining the roof of the Concert Hall, where they ibntid young Connor lying in an insensible condition, covered with the wreck of . his balloon. With, great difficulty he was removed tA ibe.bail, nnd examined by a physician, whq pronounced him. .injured internally, and In such a manner as to pre clude the possibility cf his rocovery.- " Mr. Connor-continued, to sink very ropidily, and expired at 11 o'clock lost night in the arms of his wife. His injuries were of on internal nature, and were received by striking against the ornaments on (he building. . "i" "". ' . Askimo an Envious Mormoh fob a "Fair Shaib." Elder Kimball, of the Mormon Church, while preaching recently in Salt Lake City, Utah-Territory, is said to have addressed some missionaries, who were about starting ott a proeelytiiiHg-' tonr, as : follows: "Brethren, I want you to understand that it is not to be as it has- been , heretofore. The brother missionaries have been in the habit of picking out the prettiest women for them selves before they got here, and bringing on the ugliest for usj hereafter you have tobriug them all hare.bofor taking any of them, and let us have a fair shake." BBACTiruti Atmosi'Etkrio Illusion. At Chicago almost every day, when the sun is at or near the meridian, and the sky clear, a beautiful optical illusion, may be seen by look ins; westward in any of the ,eoaU and. west streets, where the view is uninterrupted for a long distance. ' Tteinote objects, as horses and vehicles, appear snspended in the air, or loom upward to colossal proportions. The illusion is produced by unequal refraction in the lower strata of the atmosphere, and its phases are occasionally very curious and in terns ting. . - - ,'I.IIMI l f ' Thb SurriBiNO or a Nboro in 8k arch op LiBRgTV-Thn negro who was found con cealed on the steamer Spoulding, among the returning .delegates from . Massachusetts to Charleston,' said her had suffered ' terribly in his coumiemeat o aceonntof thlrst that his body was nearly all. tho time next to the boiler, which was so, hot that it would at sometimes almost roast him. There being no ventilation for., the place, the stench was intolerable, and bough'to suffocate almost anonin,laj,houf.. r, , ,,T.,t Trojan Scandal A 'Rkitotoua'" Abut tbbkb. A Sickles case, all but the shooting, has lately been enacted in Troy, New York. An individual who. , has occupied, several fiubllc positieaa.os avt roaorablo tluu-ufcteh a eading member of one of the most popular churches; a married man, 'and the father of one child, had a friend, with whose wife, it waa discovered! last Week,' ha had been too intimate. ' The husband forced a confession from his guilty wife, and the finale is a suit for dlTorc- ,r-ni1f id Paor- Wms thp (AsaonAvr-'T'Thp jndefati lahlo John Wise has addressed an oloquent letter to Capt ' Duporit, iiroposing to make a grand ascension from Wasliington, for the edification of the Japanese, on their axrlvjil at that 'point!.1 He asks no' coinpensalion be yond the payment of the expense in furnish- W he "y-..:r:.v''iv;-,", ., .... . ,,: Soicioa r Wom an or AooooKt or Btui ulantsv The wife of a clergyman in' South Stafordshira, England,' recently' committed suicide by swallowing prunsicatid. She had become addicted fo tua.usa of stimulant, principally laudanum and the fatal act was A Arm while In a state of tmtorajv' Inaanitv LFeiultng .fr,thi a Hl. nr. Exciting Elopement in Wisconsin—A Husband Shoots his Wife's Paramour. 'i The Adams Connty (WIS.) Independent oc cupies two columns in the details of an adul tery and elopement case at Cascade, in that Connty, the snhstnnce of Which Is as follows: Df. L. H. Garrison, fortrierl from Milton. Rock County, about six years ago settled at Cascade, where he sustained a reputation of no creditable character. For several years he has had an Improper intimacy with a Mrs. Cuppernell, the Wito of a young man in charge of Barker k Miles's mills at Cascade, and she Is described aa a woman of more than ordinary intelligence and personal beauty. f ' ' ' A few weeks since, Garrison and his family left Cascade nnder pretense of going East. A few days after he left, Mrs. Cuppernell took her child, a girl of two years, nnder pretense of visiting friends In Quincy. Garrison sent hii wife and family forward from Milwnukie,and was joined by Mrs. Cuppernell, and together they went to Blairsville, Posey County, Ind., and purchased a farm where they got nicely established as man and wife, when they were discovered by Chicago detectives under the inspiration of the outrnged young husband. They were arrested and brought bock to Ad ams County. Cuppernell attempted to kill him, and shot him, putting a ball into his neck, when the pistol was wrested from him, and he then drew a knife, but was prevented from UBing it. The Doctor bas been bound over in five hundred dollars to appear for trial, and is in danger of being dealt summar ily with by a mob. Mrs. Cuppernell, the po jr, deluded victim of his wiles, has returned to Cuppernell's house, where she remains in company with her father Her husband has received from her a confession of her crimi nal conduct, dating back for three years, and a full account of the acts and wiles used by the Doctor to obtain control, of her. Opening of the American Trade with Japan. The New York correspondent of the Na tional Intelligencer says: The trade with Japan is beginning to stim ulate the enterprise of commercial men. Among the first fruits of the Japanese treaty I find that a merchant of Nafiasaki has made a consignment of elegant vases to a gentle man of this city. They are to be sold at auction about the time of the visit of the Em bassy to this city, when every body will be anxious about every thing relating to those ingenious but unpretending people. A clip per barque is about to be dispatched with consignments to the prominent house of John Almand & Co., at Kanagowa, with articles suited to the trade. A part of the cargo consists of Ladd, Webster 4 Co.'s sewing machines, printing-presses, and caloric and other engines; and 'he musical taste of our new friends Is to be improved by the intro duction of some of the best American pianos. Music teachers will follow as a matter ol course. . A scries of interesting articlcson the habits and business of the Japanese have appeared in the tpree,aad a curiosity bos been awakened which will doubtless employ the ready pens of persons who have had opportu nities of gainiug information on the subject. The last cruise of our East India Squadron was full of incidents to be remombered. As an instance of Yankee enterprise, and of the readiness with which they seize upon money making projects, it may be mentioned that two! Americans one a Mr. Coombs have opened a hotel upon the American plan at HakodadI, and there will soon be an era of mint juleps and sherry cobblers. Cargoes of Boston ice will doubtless soon find their way there. - i A' Man Grown Fond, by Custom, or Iji prihonhknt. The Newark, N. J, AdvtrUur, of late date, gays: "As a proof of what in fluences an acquired habit exerts on a per son, we instance the case of one individual who bas made our jail so long his headqaar ters, and the associations connected with it have become so endearing, that it is with the utmost difficulty that he can be persuaded to leave it at any time, and when discharged is absent only long enough to commit some misdemeanor which will consign him to his much beloved abode. It will be remembered that some weeks ago he requested to be al lowed to go to Jail, although he had been guilty of no crime, but as the authorities could not accommodate him, he broke a win dow and thus put himself in the hands of the lnwj he was discharged, yesterday, much against his will and immediately proceeded to the station-bouse, and, selectiug the larg est pane of glass he could find, broke it, and then claimed as his reward a good long term in the county jail. His request was complied with, and once more he is imprisoned." A Murder Discovered Arras Many Years. The Taswell County (Va.) Advocate says, that some days ago, James 11. Witten, while exploring a cave on his place, near the head of Clinch, discovered the remains of a human skeleton, and by them the skeleton of a horse and portions of a bridle. Many years ago, a peddler who was vending his wares on horseback in the neighborhood, suddenly disappeared, and was never more beard of. There were strong suspicions that he was disposed of by foul means, but no discovery or investigation threw any light on the sub ject. ' No doubt these strangely associated relics, in so strange a place, point to the real result that peddler and horse cams to their death by simultaneous and Improper means, l , em- Garridaldi and his Baooaqb. An amus ing story is told of Garribaldi. On the eve of his departure from Nice for Turin to take his seat in the Parliament, a grand dinner was given to him at the hotel, aud at Its con clusion two carriages came to the door, one for Garribaldi and the other for his trunks. The servants were sent to his room for his baggage, and aoon returned, ostentatiously bearing a pair of doctor s saddlebags, misera bly dilapidated, containing two shirts, two handkerchiefs and two pairs of socks. With this extensive wardrobe Garribaldi departed for Turin as the representative of Nice. I ... 't iA Sbntimbntal Romance Spoiled. A man walking along an alley one morning, in Chi cago, saw a human bnnd on the ground a delicate hand, with tapering fingers, and around the wrist a silk ribbon. He was horror-struck, but took it up carefrilly, wrapped it in a silk handkerchief, and sent for a physician. It was found that the wrist waa covered over with sealing-wax, and that a young physician hud dropped it from his luggage, while moving the day before. - Priz Fisht in Mihphui. Recently in Memphis, Tenn., two ruffianly, short-haired delineators of the "manly art, indulged in a pugilistic Bet-to for a purse of $160, in an open yard on Clinton-street. Nino rounds were fought, and the tight wag terminated by the second of one of the parties throwing up the.:"lpongej"' the Signal of defeat of his principal. The "mill" occupied nearly an hour,: aud was witnessed by a very large crowd. ii . .am I ' .' ' Assassination op a Night Watchman. A night watchman, W. Oscar Somers, a na tive of Philadelphia, whilo endeavoring to arrest a number of rowdies in New Orleans, a few nights since, was fatally stubbed by one of the party; aud in the same row. Win. Con don, quartermaster of the propeller Ilabana, was also severely cut. . Several arrests were mailej but the murderer bad not at last ac counts been identified. . f ' ' A gentleman from Delaware, well Informed on the subject, says the prospect for peachel lit Allot-. .faUte. this. year, is vary gloomy. Peach-grower, will not realise inoi than' half gj crop. . .- i- The London Postoffice—The Hour of Closing the Mail. '. A postoffice in a great city is miniature world, but a scene is rarely witnessed elae where like that occurring dally at the Lon don office during the half hour before six P. M., when the northern mall elosel. - A letter In the Haverhill Publiiher thus describes It: All London is estif fry get1 ready for this mail, and, if standing in the passage way, you win oDserve mat tne nurry ana bustle com mences' a full half hour before six o'clock. At tills time a Squad of policemen quietly take their places lit the Ions; (hall to preserve order. Mail matter is . received at a large window, in the side of the passage, and upon ita sill one of the employee of the office is mounted. The lone; Drccession of merchants. posters, boys, women, with bilge bundles of newspapers, letters, packages of alt sort and sizes, pass along the ball and thrust their burdens in at the window, . . . , , There must be no stopping, no delay, no turainor bock: onward, onward the human current is urged with an irresistible Impulse. a. fenect storm or missives are Hurled past the fellow in the window, upon which he gates silently and complacently. As the minute hand of the clock Hears the figure six1 the hurry aud excitement increase, and when but three or four minutes remain they bedome almost insupportable to the spectator. Tht rapid walk of the depositors is changed to a run, and in they come, pell-mell, Cast ing an anxious look at the clock, they throw in their letters with a nervous thrust, and stumblo Into the street to wipe the perspira tion from thoir foreheads. But a single mi lute remains but half aminute and still tha throng doea not diminish. A cloud of missives fly in at the window a great many not well aimed, strike the casement and fall on the wrong side, to be taken care of by the policemen. The clock strikes six, down comes the window, pat, pat, pat, go the let ter against the glass, a second tod late, they all I fall Into the passage, and must wait another day. " ... ,, . , ' Thb Cisbpools or Paris ThsibUnwholi S0!4ness. Oalignani'e Altttengtr says of the cesspools of Paris; "The cesspools axe ma sonry constructions, water-tight and air tight. They vary in foulness, evolving sul pbdrretted hydrogen gas; soap-suds are said to add materially to their offenseness; ammo niabal vapors are given off sometimes pro dude temporary blindness in the men em ployed to empty them. All these cesspools reconnected with closets, and the closets witlh the houses; the gases force away into eoufrt, closet, corridors, aud rooms, as most strangers find out when they visit Paris. The graiid sanitary secret and sanitary blunder rests here, in these vast pseudo-bermetically waled cesspools. An open cesspool may be dangerous to health; or, it may be merely a nuisance, because there can not be concentra tion of the injurious gases; but the breath of a ciosea cesspool is most certainly deatn. There is, probably, something more in it than mete foulness of smell something electric. The suffocating odor, which open windows and! doors do not drive out, nor even percept ibly diminish; and, at, some' points, there is an Invisible stream or ray of smell, which cuts the nostril, as ty werelikeaknife. Woe to the unfortunate individuals doomed to breathe in such an atmosphere the year 1760 hadi nothing so pernicious. : i A Woman a Century and a Quartcr Old. Susan Wadsworth died in Ogdensburg, N. x ., munubiy, m nor one nunarca ana Twenty fiftt year. The Journal says: She was born In t le family of a Mrs. Burritt, in Middle towD, Conn. lean Interview we bad with herJ we questioned her particularly about euusu w iiio loauiug nvouw or uie rrencn Wo) of 1756-67-'i8. She said she recol lected the massacre of Fort William Henry by the French and Indians, nnder Montcalm, aud.the fall of Wolfe at Quebec. In reply to a qeestioa as to her age at that time she said she did not know, but she 'was ae large as now "a good lump of a girl, that hurried through with her day's work to go to de party. : i An Cnprophktio Trleoram. Among the diBphtcheB from Charleston to the President, durijig the session of the Convention, was the following from George Sanders, for which Mr, Buchanan had to pay $28: "To His Ex ceUqiicy James Buchanan, President of the United States: The minority resolutions will pass, (Here followed the resolutions at length.) Douglas will be nominated on the next ballot. Send for Douglas immediately. Lose no time in making friends with your successor. All the past will be forgiven, and your particular friends shall be retained in office. From one who often differs from you in opinion, but never deceives you." ' i i . . 1 : Marked Men in America. The .London Spectator is exercised. Some anonymous author has published a work entitled Fammu Boyt, and note they Became, Great Men, ded icating it "to youths and young men as a stimulus to earnest living.".. First on bis list he has placed Horace Greeley and James Gordon Bennett. To this, the Spectator takes exception. , It thinks that both can. tlemrn, Bennett especially, are "drefful great men," but at the same time does not think that either of them should beheld, upas a . i ! l . r tuuuei 10 nuow uagusn youms now to ac complish the end of earnest living. , Havana Pirates Attacking an American Yacht Fatal Result. A Havana rom- spondent of the 30th ult, says: A boat gang of tiaruur pirates maae an assault on tne Amer ican yacht Wanderer, a few nights since, for the purpose of plunder, but they found rather a worm reception from the shin-keener, and one of the party was killed by a shot from a pistol in his hand. He fell in bis boat. Tbe party were captured by the harbor police, t he aiate of the rVaiuirr was put in prison to await examination of tbe cause, and will probably be detained months, if not years. , an i , i .- 'Thues Girls Severbly Wounded by Falling prom a Window. In New York, a day or two ago, as three girls employed in the hoop-ekirt manufactory of 0. W . Thomp son & Co., were leaning out of one of the third-story windows, watching the progress of a procession, tbe railing across the window gave way and precipitated them to tbe pave ment, injuring them very severely. , Their names are Mary Hebbert, . Elizabeth Miller and Bridget Haulon, . ,,' . ; , ., .. . : : ( ' i The Armstrong Battery Chelesb. One of the leading Loudon papers saya that tha Armstrong battery, sent to China, bas been so unukilQ'ully shipped as to be useless, or nearly so. This mishap is made the vehicle of n strong attack on tho Qovernmeut, whose administrative skill, it is contended, bas in no wise been improved sincejhe disasters in the Orlmea. .. . I anas. I 'I r M'T -i, i I. Thiib Paoipio Railroads. Hnnt'a rr. chantf Magatine advocate1 the -building- of tnree lines oi railway to me- raoino. in a magnificent job there is riothlntr like miner into it grandly. One, however, will be about as many as tne nation will rjerwunng to pay for by the time it is finished, and quite as many aa will be found profitable to Work. " ,. axe. .ii i ii' 1 n. . -"Extra vASANca or an 'American 'Bblib An American belle at Paris has ordered far a fancy ball, at the Hotel 4'Albe, a drees repre senting urn, ana vaiuea at lourosen nunarea dollars, exclusive of the jewels that will be worn with it. . . . -Si c . . i . n " ' i.j Mr. Motley, whose splendid work oft the Dutch Republic has given him a World-Wide fame, is now in llt-lgiuru. engaged pa a con tinuation of his book. " - The Extensive Dismount Robbery in New Orleans—Arrest of the Thief. The New Orleans pelt, wt late date. gives the following particulars of tbe great robbery briefly alluded to by telegraph i t . . We recently announced' the robbery of a ep'endid set of diamonds worth $10,000, from the residence of General Miles, of this city; by his servant girl Lonisa, who mysteriously disappeared, and though the police were ac tively on the look oat for her, do trace eonld be discovered of her whereabout, , Tbe gen eral Impression eeetrted to prevail that she was still in the city; and, aocordingfr, awry nook and corner where a clave ought be se rrated was ransacked, but the officers began to I despair of ever finding her. About a week ago, the Chief of Police received in formation that she bad beeh seen a few davs before in the city, and lie B4rata placed hie specials on tbe look out. . Yesterday she waa arrested in a house on Cypress-street, where she had been harbored by a free negro named Chsrles Bell, alimt Charles Miles. The womaa was taken to the lock-up, and the free Mgro was also placed in the same institution. The girl states, we learn, that she gave the dia monds to two free negroes, both bright mo lattoes, one of whom passes for a white man. and tbat they have left the city. The bril liants ty tnis time, nave prooaoiy oeen con verted into cash. Intbrbstino Disoovaaiaa - i ' Cuba. A traveler writing from Nueva Gerqius ia a reoent letter says : - Three miles from this town is an extensive marble mine, in- which are found various kinds of marbln it, waa formerly worked by a company in Havana, but labor here being too expensive, it has been abandoned. In both ridges of mountains and elsewhere on the Island, are immense beds of- marble, aaid to be equal in quality to the Italian. In tbe Sierra de Caballos is a marble cavern half a mile In extent; It is described aa being very beautiful; with marble pillars, crystal Water, and stalactites.' We have not explored it, as it has not been deemed prudent for invalids to go from a temperature of 110. In the tun into its subterranean regions. , All around Nueva Gerona, and Indeed over all the Island, are Interesting atudiee for the scientific investigator. The Island is un doubtedly of - volcanic origin, as there is pumice stone in great quantities on ths south side, and streams of hardened lava may be seen between the great rocks on the hill sides. These hills are very picturesque; pre cipices, broad ravines, deep fissures in tbe rocks, and little caverns, are in close proxim ityj At the base of one of these, we one day discovered a natural grotto, the en trance overhung with broad-leaved vines. lUw Kind or Steamboat. On the tiny, basin of the arsenal, opposite the Bastille, Paris, a little steamboat, propelled by neither screw nor paddle-wheel, nor an? of the in ventions hitherto favored by the eons of science, was recently oeneia cutting tne wa terlike an arrow, turning, twisting, backing, stopping, with all the agility of a Dird skim ming over the surface without ao much as heeding resistance of any kind. . The success of the experiment was complete, although being made npon so small a scale, the en gineers assembled there to witness it refused to accept it as wholly satisfactory. The pro peller, of novel invention, is placed in front of the vessel, and cuts through the water, plowing a broad furrow, through which tha boat rushes with tbe qnickneae of lightning. The! speed is certainly extraordinary, and the rush and agitation and splash might be ob noxious in larger vessels, and scarcely be tolerable at sea. 1 Thb Anniversary op Shaxspbarb in En- qlajvd. The Royal Shakspereian Club cele- orateu tne natal day ot Bbakspeare, at Stratford-upon-Avon, for the thirtieth time. There wens ohakspereian readings in tbe morning. Tho (festival dinner was held in the afternoon, the Chair being occupied by the Rev. J. C. YoUntr. The Chairman, in Dronosinor "the Bard of Avon," said ha was at a loss to con ceive what could havs baeosne of the Glad stones and DiBraelis, tbe Bui wen, the' Dick- enses, ana 1 nackerays or tne day, that they had not graced the proceedings with their presence. Removal op John McDonooh's Remains. The coffin containing the bones of the de ceased millionaire, John McDonogh, was ta ken from its tomb in the swamp cemetery, bock of Algiers, on Tuesday last, and brought over to New Orleans to be forwarded for re interment at Baltimore. ' We do not know under what arrangement this waa done, but presume it was ordered npon an agreement between the Baltimore and New .Orleans Commissioners of the MoDonogh estate. Soutbebn Railways Rgrnsrxa tbb If ails. It is said that three of the State roads of North Carolina have refused to carry the mails at the present rates; they are the North Carolina, the Raleigh and Eastern, and the Columbia and Charlotte. The nreeent rate is one hundred dollars a mile, and tber demand 1 J IK ' . " one uunarea ana nn.y. ii' Extent or Austria's Commercial Marine. An official document, published by the Aus trian Government, showa that the merchant shipping of that Empire, consisted, at the end ot last year, of 59 steamers of 21,000 tuns bur- tnen, bob large sailing vessels' of 228,000 tuns, and 862 coasting vessels of 34.000 tuns. Tha number of men on board of these vessels was 35,000. V I ,17 .- : ' "I ' . ; Cricket in Australia. A liberal offer has been sent to the All-England Eleven-by Mecsrs. Spiers and Pond, of" Melbourne, in- it-ni K iuein to ptay a series ox mavenes in me Australian colonies. : Cricket is again ex ceedingly popular in these colonies, and tha Eleven will find that their task will be more difficult than it was in America. The New Enolibb Penny. The new Eng lish penny is to be composed of ninety-four parts of copper, four of tine, and two of tin. The half-penny and (artbinir are inarocrraaa. The size of the penny is ons inch and two- tenins, tne nair-penny ons-tneb, and the tuuiliuc ai)(Ut-HUU1 UH lOCSii, 1 . i-i.' Death op the Oldest Editob in tbb CNior-The ' Hon. Phineas Allen, senior editor of the Pittafield. Mass- Sun. which ha founded ln the year 1800, died a few days since, at the age of 84 years. He was the oiui-bv ruiiocin me unioa.i . ...... i.i I . . e- ii "1 ! ' ' An Ancient Pemaib-Mts. Margaret Pre ble, aged ninety-tointv years, ten months and six days, died onitheOth alt., at the residence of her aoni-in-law, in Pendleton County, Ky. She was born in Pennsylvania, and lived to see tun granacnua ot tier gresnygrandculld. "' J ,';'.. i, ., . , mm n i v. .. J- Durability or CbjxaxS Fekoss. There kite fences, it is aaid, 'of osdea, in East Tennessee, sound and in good order) that have-been built over fifty yearai 1'hey are generally" built after the " Virginia worm-fence fnnhion. -, . i i i, ,1( jjj .i 1 1 ansi . " ..miiui Hu Ths Mortaea' &AB'iAQAN.The'mbHe prosesutor at Bologna has demanded that all the officers who figured ia the capture of tbe Jewish boy, Mortar, should undergo three years imprisonment at hard labor.- - 1 ' - " Dbatb op a MrNisTaN.-i-The Rev. Halpb Sanger,. D. died at Cambridge, Massjre cently, aged seventy-four years. He was a graduate of Harvard, and a sealotts taborer.ln the ministry for nearly fifty years.1- S V, ' .. (, .. . , "rl "., f J, ...li iut English Tacobt iw Kovwewian Bwools , A correspondent of tbe- rAnsojuiaj at Christie ania, states thatj the K nglish language has of fate Become Compulsory branch of educa tioB ia the public schools la Norway, rates; or ADyTjrsprQ. j- TYl-lt. Inai Him aft f '-aft Ii mill in ) mX-w f fr IHV ejf M HnaxM OV nxtaxfatf1 U .Io. ZT"isal i : ,.aoi vxivsrxisior ', la an ri. bnaeaan 4oa with naatttasa and dlagnlic b. SEWING MACHINES. ' hi ,i ! (, t. -; m H.I .' ti-1 f t ; ;h WHEELER WILSON'S I . aWajCafcawXasU SEWINaHlACHlNE! 1 PRIKPlPAtOFFICat. no. rr w. rorRTH-dTRKK-r, PIKB13 OPERA ' UOUfSlS, , ,'. n CI1ICIN DATs, i nn : T Wheeler A WOeon Sewlo. Machine, wlti lav Bortnnt lmrovements, and to meet tbe demand Sr a giiod, low-jsrioed Paaslly HaeAlna, hae. Introduend a KEW 8TTLK, working upon tli. earn, arlnrinle, and Biasing tae lam stltrn, thoe.h not an ktgntr aa- : bhed.atrirTY-FIVafboLLARg. . The Aleganoe. aneed, nutseleaenea. and annntlelrf of 1 ' the Machine, tbe beauty and etrength of stitch, be lli c AL.IK. on ens aioan, impiMsiDie so ravel asm leaving no chain or ridge on the nnder aide, tun economy of thread nnd eftaotabtllrv to tha thtekeet ' or thinnoat fttbrtoa, has rendered thn the moat asw- ' eeasfnl nnd novulex Pasaily aen-ins slackinn now A.t anr em San. ilflne. em sell AI Mew Ynra nrleen. nnd gWa Inatraetiona, free) of eAarge, to anabia fnr chaeera to eaw ordinary ajaama. nesn, fell, guilt. gather, bine anff tuck, an na Inn nanan ninonlTni, ana warrans is sot tnraa yean. Mna or can iot a circular ooniainiiul tau naytma- lara, ptiosa, tastlmonlala, etc jnii-w vVM. BtlMrlBBt db CO. Sewing Silk Agency, . ra w. rocaTHT. , - i , OHIO, (VT ITAIB4.) SYifiiBraniT ?rnanlnn.itng 'abaf Snoot Bilk. .;l . . . i - j' "i ',. Twist, eedles and Spool Cotton AtSO-JownK's ntM-dtas Sooot tsaat TKBXY : OOaD BILK, urraasly fcr Sewing Machine.. JOHN TO. JOTJTKT.Aawat. THOMAS JOfJYBf?. fslSnt OXXTQUU'S SEWING LIACniNE No. xt BJBWTNO MACHINB- 1M Na.1 " T TM Wtft.f, rWDRRRTOOB T Iff ANTT. Usuar'aifa- M. FACTURKHS and all Utow moo nan chlnee, that they will do k GREstTER VARtETT OF WORK, ' WILL DO MORE WORK, UD wai do it w errrai rnu Than can be don on any other Machine. IS'I AMILT MACHINH, tS9 nnd trt. AtSTOtocianatl OIBoss Ko. H lat Ponrtk-etraet. '. maSO-ay J AH. BRARDON, Aarowt- . $30. $30. . $30. $30. $80. ivi:ooiitBrs , . Thlrty-DoUar Coabt. Lok-UUh . , Family Sewing Machines 8K0UBKD BT MCKMT LltTTKRa ?ATNT. 0 THIS UrACHlNB WAS BBBIf W. NOUNCED bj nil competnl Jdi, who hmr tmn It, to b the btrarl ftnri mfMt droirahlt rraiUr So wins Mevchirj r Introduced, kwiDUM or Fair. It will erw ell kind, of femur from tne -rerr inicatean to irur wnrj nmm mbwic w wm mil httitU at thrived, frum No. s to Ml. r V Oil im tammmi m mam ttftk Mmiktmt. ' Bfted for circuUr, r call sad awe It tn overattoa. Upna tmri faAikaBtloa, Btu Mi dyatj rightm mT ba Cmr&. An enorfetlo ftaretm mi nuik n ftrtatte fa m ihott ' ... Aw.w,-to.H.. , , Sole andnxcloelee agent for the United State, ' aeplt-tf a West Fourth-street, Cincinnati. , BURDSE'S OTKGMCmm -,,i-' THBESi lBIZkH, "' 2 2 4: ITJ i f t, h"iat re et. rrfYHRSB MAOHINBS 'H1KI THI M. bick-stltch seam alike on both sides, an equal to any maonlnn m tun world, ana in euM tae third lees money. Aganta wanted- , aewiauj ass see tnem. i np7 MSNAAb MAFBB, Profriator. Tho Oliadifitoi- I -nl ! .-..' iiil: im'. . :i" .- i,i GAB-BTJBK1AO, O10n:-4X)BtJglIK COALCOOIOHGSfoyE y;; four tos.,;'.;:; ,:.;.: ;'" I AaiTaaMtogtT(nittanueSa ' ! JtANrFACTUXBO AMD FOB BALB BT CAMPBELL. ELLISON ICO.s . ! ' Not, II & 21 Eait8eoond-stf ,. ' f,li.: ,:. ' .'I- ' ' i ' '"' - -I lall.tf CIMUmKATI, OBUp , A, "FRESH SUPPLY 'i nnonmns AT ', ,'"' -. CejsAiV, Mil HO I I j v- r.t- t.; '. '3'l Mh'ih'- i ! t mm'' ' f 1V- "' -I'.' ncUIl: III 2 i --ii -r" tlisr im.:- ! v.; ; 1 11 it : i ..- ': Ml V--" j ! ': i I I tiltfcrri ' s.M i , A. A." KELLET'8 ' , GiFT BOOK STOBK, " ' . i. t, )! -). Set Warn MVamrthmemtamt, .in; ,, lNet tn nnUth A WlgeSi'S BatH) ; f..,; ; . CUvsn VVlth Each OpBoia,, A -s-.-r. BQOSB i: Sold at taw keweM Tntall prteaa, and nataay tsen, v. :, : ,,,,, ONK XKXtAjU;it:;i'ul-.ii--i Will satisfy all that tb. )laa. U hoy Boonn I. eX : m i 1 A. A. BI. Win. ,.,,) OIA Book Bstablliliiannt. Ko. 8 Went Poorth-etret. ibb r ovAroa vtta mawntf exhlblilon and sale at the Sowiug- jnaculoe Kstab. Mehmentof It. 1. Hngglenv - leT Bart ranrtn. str--t.WlM.r- .It. r iu viierf to call and examine It. which uaea uitliar w.hhI aiw aoai, la new on) The mast alrlkias naenUaxlty mt this new erran re al, n I aoniil.l I . L. I , , U In lis not beating the AjrarUuuit i if rnwrlng- loi.oe ; at the earn, urn tenae heat fa nradnoad. Ma sas-ita, a tha most Uiteuae heat fa nrednoed. .Ma ea-iln. a dust oil dirt arising from It, It can be meed In any ih- h.Mi- -Iik.- Ue.aeaulenon. itmllahi . A -i,iL.. Tl,. e.l.ln.n arraiis.luaat la verv ner. runowa inesneemenon.. A.miAyna, jbet, anl uecda heuvan beeeea ky nor aeoehjrt ksnasnns nenxantltf , 'rujinv . i,", County Rights fb- Sale. This nrmngemenf Is admirably aAaated fe nee of dnnliau, wkeen 'tie snoat InUiiao kea aeieed. , Also for cabinet-makers, t, r fcaatif kettlea.l Alan iar tu kenttng of trnaa m nnd katUrsJ nee, and like pnrguae,,, i' Kir-:.: n ii' (ii ii i!ju upl; i i Jii.'