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PJ IT N It lit K it Be OO., JO., j PTTAHfl Am piormtTou. Matrimony Versus Extravagance. An article oil this ttiftjeet ill the Cincinnati 'fiatttte hai nmloiis foreboding "iWi: the u firogran of weal&iftthir people I fringing with it, 'i-TJi growth -of s,V.Wjr which, in the cad, enenrMoe, if not itistae the itmgth ttnd, dangers compelled. isUmoii Mil endui riineel" ' ithl (he 'thoet 'prcasmg evil whitli x' the writer discover" la in the impediments m which the v(trTgnc of oit afire we in 6 theSrv iarly nurrbi ali"jotfag fam ilies." We qeot the Gazette $ summing qp: "Thus, the M tmvuirnnce of lirlne.no w. ii niont serious imnexlimerit to the marriage of young men; ana, nw u ipaWiinpediment exists. It mort injuriotit t society. In the recent able lecture of ilr. Urofsbeck on mar riage, 'he did not iOtetno strongly the fact, that marriage Uie Only solid founda,. nun m a vinnoua eocieiy. no lar as we Ul minieh the number and the ntability of mar. riage. we diminish the stability of the whole Focial system. Ibis not merely because mar ring is ntc-ensary to the physical erowtli of society. But, hwau.se m It are embraced the whole circle of the natural virtue the just economy oi are, ana iue growiu oi wurislian crace." J ' Vi iigt'ci feofea eiUboVitt tak'e' isoep. - irons'td tne assumption that wealth ana lnx ury vitiate the virtues of society. If this wore the case, we should, of corae,find vir tlieea.keet and vice' the mosttftmpant in our best society, tut we hardly think that' whert 'it coWcs to thW palpable Sppl'cAon i. the Gtuettt will stand up to its theory." To the wealthy, a well as the poor, is the divine " 'promise given,.. "As thy day if , so shall thy ; strength be;" and if wealth bring greater 1 'temptation, so it provides greater safeguards for virtno; sbJehiing it, as the devout bums quaintly said, .'Jla silU and godly Jcob," and surruuniJiug H with all the modern improve ment' of fashionable ohnrches, anodyne i preachers, aud... fire . hundred-dollar pews, , where it can be carried to Uie skies on flow VJ", bed 9f case. T0 suppose that with , 'all these conservators of virtue, it is to become more "vitiated" in the,, wealthy .than n the MHrf,,ft Whiru uudi o'nr systtdi'.'bf aristo craric and pewed churches but little provi sion for salvation is made, Would bo to doubt the efficacy 'oi the means of grace which Christ brought upea, aaitb, and. which have been so vastly improved by' costly' churchM and a high protective , .tariff, which floa- '.latcd (o preserve in tlenren that. sclect'neM which we doubt not the Gaulle will admit, when it reflefcUl xtro it is the only solid foundation of a virtuous sotlcty.' " ' ' 1 It would impeach , the, wise. economy of umi, io euppoae uiat titose ooilora He be' Blows an extra portion of His earthly lionnty, nuet tbcrafy ' llav tn-ir strength" and virtue ,viuatef. There .crtainltii no wttrp'ACrjgi "Scripture for Thls."-irVV'h6ir Jacob secured "both the birthright 'arid ttie1 blessing vrhlcli Tlonged to his brother Esau, he was TJinch more iflovdut tban before-; Hrhile BsaQj who, ac cording to the GaztiUfz theory, should have received virtue ttuil seff-dealal wirli his dcstitntloiV'Wftav filled Aitb an evil spirik'TTr Hi Ti J3 J.r - Doubtleat the Gazette will perceive that its theory "that increase of wealth causes a decline of virtue," is an Imputation both upon Providence and upon our best society two things for 'Which that paper , has hitherto Vieen supposed to have profound respect. We hope that the impending slx-cyUnderias not mado the Gazette bo confident in its own strength and facilities -that it is disposed to forego its ancient venorationObr wealth and Providence. - But the' social evils which the' tjtaithe de Tirecirtes, from the' impedirodntf 'whicH the extravagance of society throws in the way of earlv m&rri&ire anfl. 'Wnunfr Aimi'IIfia1' am what we intended io examine. The GaitUe argues that extravagance should be put down, in order that men may marry young. A wife, to a young man who. expects to push his way to abetter position Or to eminence, is ubout the mdst extravagant lTixMry' practi cable, and to talk of suppressing extravagance to encourage -early marriages, seems 'para-' doxical.' " " " Hut the Gazette say, as Mr. Groesbeck said in his lecture on marriage: "Marriage is tb (July solid foundation of a yirtuous go-, ciety," 1 "because in it are embraced tho whole circle of. .the natural virtues the just economy of life,' and the growth of Christian grace." If it" had said that society cannot exist without marriagej It would be undeniable, under. the, modern: and artificyrf; frotem of moiata, which does' uutillew tk Y"PP tion of tho race without thatyipyiaration; but to say that marriage is the foundation of virtue, is the same as to aver that virtue ran not exist without marriage, and places the virtue of all ljnmarrtcd persons in;sof ietjL. especially in wealthy society under impu tation. AtJbesfcjtofif Tirl js, Vfording to the Gazette, an Arduous continence which requires tccf y eor niarriagp, ortheir hold will slip.-.:iWe hope that this is not what the Gnxetit intended, for' w doubt,-1f in this respectable communitysuch: an im putation ,pn the virtue' of the young people of our best society will be tolerated, and itis obviously unjust." " J.';. 4':" But woald.lhat deacrre the lame eS-vlrtue w hich cotrld ohly be pMiserved-plckled by an early marriage ? !8o ohe.might ask, would that be temperance which could only be sus tained by satiety!... Then, of course, those young women wbo have no opportunity for an early, or any other, marriage, oan not be blamed-if Wiey lose Joel iufaiiaeucAe1iUvm reality they are just ae virtuous as those, wbp lia'v rfrt'bBJ ' K J: Jf.L'lV '. . . '.. ..-.v wfu ' uj wKi'unnt. opportunity; ana me only praeticatile way Jhat society could provide for these would oe to ubnt them up in seclusion, or to have them 'sealed" in (he MQrroo Way,, gives us muuh iiu mj pnaerre a pnj)er which has hitherto held so orineuox ana respectable a position, as thf Gazette, advocating' such latitndinarian theones,f;. kJS Mcvjltf yJnjJo'J But does marriage "Embrace , the whole circle of the nottrral virtues the ai econo my of tile and the growth of Christian graces?", tit, Pjwl.d.id not yrM ftat . Me hope.,Uif GaMttfe. not, .gixto pp Ht. Paul for the slx-cylinderT-MTrosOog JU the. torses fcna eaanots of Bgypt," as it were. " He held, as the GatetU does, that marriage was a relief; necessary to some, but rather a concession to human weakness) 'and'hot'aV the Gazette doelf (hat fte perfection; bt VMdfc' and Chriatinn gmcs. . . Mar does observnnlon show that "The growth of Christian grace" depend, t on DWtrtmornt;5' Tfcisis tli Morsuon' theory exaetly. v jbe fcoW. Wit ;po wonuw' U go to-heavea unless she is "sealed," as the call it, by toe, of-the Mdlat J itrwig, & read the same barbarous doctrine in a paper which is received into families in Cincinnati as the bMwark of ' Christianity. w The records of, jur tioat. eiibstantial churches will show (bat (he mind of the single woman who haieIfclltbc'eortMy tier of marriage rfnd its consequences, naturally turns to de votion; while, asSt. Paul said, the married woman rarcth only for her husband. The advantages of celibacy, for growth in Christ- fdyfwached -lth great power WiW not because pf any Deep liarity In iiis condition, for ho boldly asserted hlAklit'io . 'Ud' abont a sister or k wife.' They have been recognised by tho Catholic Chureh, kad celibacy 4s enjoined On all who would devote themselves to good works and growth In Christian grace. " ' " . j isi anecroaniAoie to s that, a paper which has acquired the confidence of the religious community by its professed venera tion for Scripture doctrines, should assert tliat marriage "Embraces the whole growth of Christian grace," in the face of the follow ing inspired and explicit declaration of St. Paul:,.-,- "Hothtt k unmarried, ramth for the tiling that iM.ii.ng io ma i.uru, n..w nn may .i''nw iiia i.oru; tiit he that In marriM canth for thr tl.intra that an uf Ilia world, auw ha mar nleaaa hla wifa.". . : And showing that the same rule of growth in grace operates on both sexes, he said "Tlio nnmarrl Vnman careth for the tlllnffaof ( " in.rn. mai anr nmy l n.tly, IKitn In nony and aplritl bnt h that ia married nwh ftn- the tliliiKa yf the world, how ahe may pleue bur hilMii(l." So, of widows, he said, they might marry it unavoidable: - "Birt aie1 hamler If ahe an abide, and 1 think l that I haro tha apirlt of Ood." We have profound -respect for the Gazette, but when it places itself in direct contradic tion to Bt. Paul, we can not follow it. We may notice In another article the un soundness of the conclusion, which the Ga zette draws from so many erroneous premises, viz: mat society snouia encourage young men tp marry early. It is a serious matter, and wo are unwilling that young men should have ansound teaching, in ndditlon te what the fjazette makes out to bo their Virtue, to impel them on their fate. ,. , , : "! 1 ' :. ,t iftjtjlrhe,)w'e ny faul. and it I i i, . Thb Rev. Hugh Stowcll Brown preached a scrnion :(o the workingmcn of Liverpool, ivuguuid, recently, on the great pri ficht. denouncing it in nnmeosured terms. " lie thought the clergymen who were said to lie present, might have beon wolves in sheep's clothing; but sain; "Still suppose Ihev were clerrrvmen. ' Hml not clerirymen iust as cood a rirrht nn nnv. body else to be there? Was the fighting ripht or wrong? If right, then tho clergy men did not sin in beini? there: nav. tliera would have been no sin if the clergymen had got up a mill on their own account, and two of them, say a High-Chnrchman and a Low Churchman, or a Methodin and a Baptist, naa a regular set-to for 25 a side." It seems to us that the logio of the Rever end gentlomnn is invincible. Why should not clergymen ebltlvate muscular gifts ? We -feel great boldness of speech in this, for we believe that the GazetU, which we regard as the pattern of orthodoxy, holds that muscu lar training is a means of grace. In ancient times men were called to special missions on account of their size, courage and muscle, Moses slow an Egyptian before he was called to lead' the Israelites; Nimrod was "a mighty hunter before, the Lord," of whom it was said in the. papers of,, that day "Even as Aimrod, the. ; mighty hunter before the Lord." Samson: was cnosen for his crreat strength,' and seems to, have relaxed his muscle by tender dalliance with some Adah Isaacs-Menken-Hecnttn, showing that the habits of men of muscle then were not very different from now; Said stood a head mid shoulders above bis tribe when he was chosen King; David had fully demonstrated his qualities, and was champion of his nation when he was anointed, and, in more modern times, St. Paul mentions having, i'nfter the manner of men fought witr beasts nt Ephesus," which "was the popular gladiatorial exmiHtion ot that day. He also shows famil iarity with the phrases of the turf at that time, and exhorts Christians to the same training for the Christian race. " The Rev. Mr. Brown was not unmindful of Uie virtues of muscle, and while he leveled the most bitter denunciations at the specta torsprobably referring to the foul play he evidently had a sneaking kindness for the champions themselves, for he said at the close: ' .i ' ;!".- .jThe wo c'"nlpins, with all that may be said against their uglv trade, can. bv their courage, their skill, their patience, teach us ini nuw io ngm mo name with selt and sin; rntti as to the spectators, no more of thcin; tllfiV Bra nMlllle tn hA nahamait nr" Postoffice Inconveniences—Suggestions. There is an inconvenience under which the people of this community are made to suffert for which there is a remedy so accessible that it would seem as if it ought to be rtpplied, We refer to the arrangement of the Post office, , which, whoever may have been to blame, few "will deny, is almost as bod as pos- iimj. , Jny iorm oi construction which re quires the people of a large city to do what is equivalent to going into a second-story for their mail matter, needs no argument to show that it is wrong. Whoever goes to the Post- office is obliged to climb a hard stair-case of some sixteen 6 eighteen steps, which is none the Icsj ij. siaircase and none the Jess tiresome oecunse it m broad, and happens to stand open to the weather. Tt is' hard npon men, and still harder upon women ; and is so much a subject pf complaint that it is legitimate to Inquire if there is not somewhere the means to remedy the difficulty. In the opinion of many, the Vine-street front of the basement of the PostofJice build- ing oners all that fg necessary to effect the desirable change'. It is lame enough, nnrl easy of access; and ut a very moderate ex pense could be made as convenient to the Postmaster and his assistants as the present unmuun." inn would permit a removal of Uxe,u?rt Y miVn fr of the building where it should be leaving the remainder oi jfiat, and the whole of the story above, to occupier y the Collector and ether omeers of the Government. Such a change would be popular. T B w of The Gazette's Dime Edition. . Our neighbor of the Gazette made Its ap pearance yesterday in u dime edition"en smalled" in size and price to suit the condi tion of suck as care nothing for the heavy specialties of the .regular issue-to wit: the eommerchd, river and railway articles. It IS Simply a razee of larirnr ol.nol .,.. lively, brilliant, orthod'oi. talented and spectobleO-drfferingfrom it onlva. .mi, pantaloons ent down for sonny, differ from the same articles while adanuH t .1,. a ft the fuU-grpwn progenitor. ' '.. ; t t ' i tin . The reason whawii . petually running away. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. XXXVIth CONGRESS—FIRST SESSION. WASHINGTON, May 13. SEHATs. There is a slim attendance, owing to a general interest felt in the arrival of the Japanese. The galleries were almost acsorieu, wnicn len to some witty remnrks that the Japanese Embassy drew better tliun "in? uotigias." Mr. Crittenden moved that the Senate ad' journ. , . t ' l i Mr. Fcssenden wasopoied loailjournment for evnrv thow that rame alonir. Mr. Crittenden explained that this rose fur noove an oruinnry snow. After some debate, the Senate adjourned by jfvnm iv, nays ii. HOUSE. Proceedings unimportant. The Japanese Embassy at Washington. [Report continued from first page.] WAsnixoToK, May 14. This morning nt daybreak the Drilarlelnhia was steaming the Potamar, all on board delighted at the near approach to Washington. The Japanese artists took views at everv Point. The FMIaitelnhia stopped off Mount vernon, mo Dana playing a plaintive air, wniie tne neu was kept raournlully tolling, The Embassadors, through their interpreters: were informed of tht historv of Genera Washington. The Japanese artists took ac curate sketches of the mansion nnd the grounds around it, It Is understood that tho interpreter has iiiccccaca m ascertaining tne respective rank of all the Embassy at home, and placed the result in the hands of Mr. Ledyard for con sideration. The hitter will probablv have no difficulty in classing them as full Embassadors. Norfolk, May 14. A mass meeting of tho citizens of Norfolk County was held to ten der the hospitality of the city to tho Em bassy. Marshall Parks Was made Chairman and W. E. Foster Secretary. A delegation was appointed, and they proceeded to the steamer in a boat chartered' for the occasion, and per formed their mission. At nn early hour the Nnvy-ynrd was thronged with dense multitude, including many ladies. Intense excitement was every where exhibited. Flags were flying in nil direction. At half-past eleven a gun was fired, announcing the steamer was in slyht, whereupon there was a wild rush to the wharf. The rhilaMphia approached, while the Marine Band on her deck played the Star Spangled Banner. .Mayor Borra went on board and was intro duced to the Embassadors, extending to them a welcome in the name' of the citizens of Washington, for which they acknowledged their thanks. The treaty-box was first brought from the boat, and then followed tho Japanese tinder tho escort of several naval olhcers. They passed as they landed between the American and Japanese flags, llavintr annronched to where Cnnfnin rin- chanan was standing, he, in the presence of his brother naval officers, welcomed them in the name of the President of the United States and the country, reciprocating The kind feelings expressed bv the Japanese Gov ernment, when the treaty was 'made by the guuum rcrry. the dignitaries bowed their acknowledg ments. ... " While these ceremonies were nrocressintr a salute was fired from the Battery, lutense excitement continued throughout the cntiie aistance trom Uie Navv-vard to t he ouarteni of the Japanese, which they readied at about quuricr to two o clock. So dense was the crowd ot nedestrinna and carriages that the Japanese. w-ii j" eo"'g uom me Capitol to i inniu o. The resident population is more excited and enthusiastic than ever before, and the whole march through the city was a perfect uvuuuu. ... . , VI. 1 . . ...... .. xiid reuopuon-roomg at rvuinru s were densely thronged with tho wives, sisters, and daughters of the dignitaries, who were as- eciuuicu ki receive mese welcome visitors. wer u uour ww reqmreu in tne cx- cnange ot courtesies, before the weary trnv. elcrs were allowed to retire to their quar. ters. . The crowd bos now dispersed, and the military returned totheir quarters. Chicago Convention. New York, May 14. The 7Vi&tmr'f Chi cago correspondence says: 1 lie crowd gathers thick and fast; two or three thousand strangers are now here. Gov. Morgan, Messrs. Reed, Ashman, of Massa chusetts, and Lane, of Indiana, are among mo acnvuiB to-niglll. Mr. Blair, sr., is here, and leads the Bates interest, which is hopeful and earnest. They count up over sixty votes on the first ballot, from nine or ten States. The highest calculation for Seward on the first ballot is eiirhtv-five votes. Mr. Cameron's friends from Pennsylvania are here in force, and very clamorous. Ohio will probably lead for nobody but Chase, but would accept Judge McLean or Wade, if prunerea outside uie estate, mere is not much talk of McLean, and he willannarentlv have but few votes, perhaps none, on the first uaiioi. ' " - - Mr. Seward will lead, Mr. Bates will come next, and Chose will come third, having some New England votes. Cameron will come next, tnen Lincoln. The latter is much pressea Dy tne Illinois ablegates as a com promise candidate, and would be accepted by the Northwest cheerfully. For Presi dent of the Convention, Messrs. Ashman Gil don, of Rochester,.. N. Y., and Corwinc, are most iilinieq. Chicaoo, May 11. The weather is bcauti ful and the excitement and crowd are increas ing. .:. Seward's friends are still honeful. Thev hope to get parts of the New York, Illinois and Pennsylvania delegations, but give up Mr. Rollins, of Missouri, writes that if Mr. Bates is nominated he will take Jhe nomina tion of Governor, and can carry the State in AuguBt on a Republican platform. Mr. Lane, the Republican candidate for Governor of Indiana, says that with Seward he and his party will be inevitably defeated, but with Bates, McLean, or Lincoln, and per haps others, he can sweep the State. The opponents of Seward insist that he can not be nominated since the doubtful States continue solid against him, nnd to nil ap pearances they must remain so. The California delegation holds a Wier from Fremont, positively withdrawing his name.' . ' i Arrival of the Pony Express. Express; with dates to May 5. arrived at one relnrlr this morning.". ... The Legislature adjourned on the 30th. Among the acts passed was one granting the right of way to the Ban Francisco and Los Augelos Telegraph, and another onnronrl- ating $10,000 to aid the TranB-contmontul Telegraph. The appropriation lor State pur poses exceed one million of dollars. A rumor prevails that the Uotlisch Ids have sent an agent to examine the JVaslioe Silver Mine. . The Ponv Exnress. with Rt. .Tnaenli' Wtera April 20, arrived in Carson Valley on tne Htn, Deing eight days and four hours between telegraph stations. lu Destructive Fire at Nebraska City. St. Louis. Mav 14. A deatmeti curred nt Nebraska City on Saturday last, consuming nearly all the business portion of the place, consisting of forty-two prominent business houses, including the Post-office, with considerable mail matter, ami ih Government Lund-office, with nearly all its papers, also the Nuckolls Hotel. Lous about tnO.OOO; insured from $70,000 to $75,000, mostly in Hartford. Conu.. and St. Joseuh companies. . .. . , .. , . Alabama Democracy. - ¬ ing and prominent gentlemen of Mobile, a a call for a State Convention, to meet at Solma on the fourth of June, to select del egates to Baltimore. 1 It is signed by Gov; Winston'," Mr. ForsytH; Dr. Nalt, Mr. Lebar row, Judge MchUuscy, and others. From Chicago. Chicaoo, May 14 Tho committee acting fur Edward Bates have issued an address to day, giving various reasons why that gentle man should be nominated for tho Presidency. They say Judge Bates, though both a theo retical and practical emancipationist, is a native and of life-long residence of a slave holding section of our country. His nomi nation would, therefore, be a signal and final refutation of tho charge of sectionalism so unfairly, and yet so effectually nrged against tho Republican jmrty, smd would render firo entlngtlirents of disunrbni in case of Repub lican triumphs, palpably futile. ? . He is the favorite of tho entire Opposition of Missouri, and will be supported by them with confidence of success. ' They firmly believo Judge Hates's nomina tion would nearly dissolve the organization which has presented to the nation the names of John Bell and Edward Everett, and induce nine-tenths of those hitherto known as Americans, Old-Line Whigs, Union men, tec, to co-operate heartily with tis in rescue ing tho country from the hands Into which she has been permitted to fall. They believe now thnt the united opposi tion of Pennsylvania and New Jersey can be kept nnitcd by the nomination of 'Edward Batet, and thrit Indiana, Illinois and Oregon can lie carried with him, nnd thnt tho tri umph in November be thus placed beyond a contingency. In conclusion they snv: "We entrcnt you to present the name of Edward Bates as the olive branch to the various parties which earnestly desire the overthrow of fillibitster ing, slavcrv-exteniling, sham Democracy, as n proffer of fraternization and kindly regard. Do this in a generous nnd magnanimous spirit, and you will have vindicated our cause from the unjust but damaging imputation of sectionalism. ' The nddress is signed by F. P. Blnir, Horace Greeley, Jno. D. Defrees, Jno. C. VogcL Jas. B. Eads, and Dr. A. V Hummer, as the Com mittee. The excursion trains from the Suspension Bridge tt'a Michigan Central, nnd from Buf filo via Michigan Southern, arrived here nt half-past nine, and the delegates were re ceived ot the depot amid the firing of cannon by nn immense coneonrse of persons, nnd escorted through the principal strectB to the wigwam, where speeches were made by Col. Cnrtin, of Pennsylvania. F. Hoseauerk. of Cincinnati, Caleb Smith, of iniiiana, ana otner distinguished gentlemen. Thero was much disappointment at not hear ing Hon. Tom Corwin, who wns announced to speak this evening. The Southern Seceders Sustained at Mobile. Mobilr, Ala., May 13. At a Democratic mass meeting on Saturday night, thesecedcrs from the Charleston Convention wern sus. taincd. Delegates were appointed to the uonvenuon to oe neia on the nth or June. A similar meetincr was held at Montcomerv ou uie same infill, witn inc same result. Attempted Suicide. wiio murdered Virginia Stewart, attempted to commit suicide to-dav. He is still dive but physicians pronounce his recovery nlmost uopeiess. The Steamer Bay State. Toronto, Can., May 14, The steamer JSay State was finally got off yesterday and came mio pari out nine injured, nna will resume iicr iniia iiiiiiieainiciy. Death of a Merchant. Bostox. Mav 14. Martin Kates. 11 wnll. known merchant, died here yesterday. River News. riTSnmd, May 14 M. River twelve feet six indies by the pier-murk and fulling. Weather clear and pleasant. Anxious Generosity of a Half-Murdered Man. An Irishman named Mike Murray, was fearfully cut by a countryman named Pat O'Connor in Chicago a few days ago. While the dying man was lying in tho street, the following scene, as reported by the 1'rete and Tribune, occurred: .. . , But the medical attention was interrupted midway by a singular scene. One or his countrymen bends over tho face, the entire forehead of which is furrowed from side to side by a gaping wound. The interro gator speaks in full brogue, with a firm tone: "Michaol Murray, who do you charge with your death 1" The half-closed eyes glare open as the question is rcpeuted. "I charge Pat O'Connor." ' ' kDo you chorgo Pat O'Conner ?" "I charge Pat O'Connor, who cut me with a knife." "Did Mike Dunlnp hit you?" "No." ' 'Another interrogator took up tho threud, in tho person of a little Irish woman, in al most a frenzied stnte of excitement. She pressed in next to Slurroy, and in her eager ness nearly touched his face with her own. "Mike Murray, do ye know me? I am the wife of Mike Dunlap. , Do ye know me? Excitedly.) t-oor Murray again opened his eyes and feebly answered ; " es, I knoi know ve." "Mike Murrnv. on vonr snnl. do vnn i.liflw Mike Dunlap with your death ?' "No." Mre Jirrnhj.- "Thin you don't charge Mike Dunlap with' yor death ?" "No, he was my friend; he never hit me." "Thin may the howly Virgin resovo your sowl, Mike Jlnrrav!" Poor Mike groaned and fell back, but there Was a touch of genuine nature in the inci dent. The wife, eager nnd agonized, as in her place you would have been, dcor madam, to know from firat authority thatber husband, Who is under arrest, is still innocent, and the half dead Irishman rallying to vindicate and acquit a friend. HOME INTEREST. MTCAnrrNiKa's beautiful Auihrorj pcs. street. ! Firth-myl3.tr aWfio to CAuezMza for a uieo 1'botogrspii. 20 Fifth-street. , niyU-tf aT-C'AiicESTm makea all his colored Photographs en canvas. 20 Fllth-atreot.' uyM.tr C'AnriKTtu'i twenty. tiro oont Pictures In !.: ii,:.... mylMf Caaea. BB ArT-i.ikG.TK's nioramotli Ambrotypo Depot, Nus. 2, t, S and 8 t lnh-tret, aor..t'iflh and Main. ! s-. , tfV AvrLfOATis's Ambrotypes and Hilalnotynoe, contif tn cteu, targe. , , IJ" Arri r.dATE's Uullcry, Fifth unit Main-ttrecls. Heniemlier. ztzv Ouly twciity-tivo cents for u good colored Pic- torn, in uore, at Cowai's, ri West Fifth-street. If "Plcrunrs for tin cents. Johusun'a Uallery, Ninth and llaio. T A. A. Ersvsa, Clnrka, Watrhes and Jewelry. Nos. SiS sod 171 Western-row. AW For cheap fauty cases, tilled Willi heairtifnl. Pictures, go to Cowan's, Mo. 21 West Finh-ntroet. Vou will get theru cheaper than io any other sallerr tlis city,, A list of prices can be seen at the door. 'x , lspie-u If yon want a good Picture, till at the eon lo west corner of Blxlu.ftreet Slid Oentral-avenne. Pictures taken and put In nice gilt frames for twenty five cents; in rases for twenty cents. -Bring ou the babies yon are Mire to get a good likeness. HOME INTEREST. MARRIED. WMT-T,M5 A V. On MoiiiIhv Pvnninir. Arvrll 7. 1x0, lit hUiHit 'Hi, (Vnu.octiriit, nt tlie runfek'uee of tho brldii, (Jdoigu Woxnl U jlisw Kliza Loau.' - MOOKK-AUr;ii.At tba reBldenee of the bnde'i liter, by J. Jl, U,uUf-nUniior, Jcnnituli Mooro uud iMha Jtiue Abel, ou the ovmihiff of tho Hth itirit, DIED. KAND.-llu Huturilar nveiiiiiK. Mav 12. at half-najit aerven o'elock, Hubert Bund, Ksi., In tuo 7M year of ge. ' ..'..'', i. M'Ali01lln.ln tlits ell. nn I lis m,h In.l.nl. at lisll'-pust two o'cIik-Ii A. At., of couHuoiptinii, Mary vvugouer, wife of liuiiry 11, Waguncr, uguU u years. WltfllHT. On flntidav niornliiir. at four n'rloiJc. Mrs. Uhartoiu Wright, in the nisi year other age. 11 WKNIMIIlT.-ln HI, l.oois, Himday eyoiilniT. of ossiiicution of Ibe heart, ltulplj 1. lavuuport, lu ths d yusr of his ags. SPECIAL NOTICES. ipuoi niemi i.imit pio. 4S i . A M.. wilt ha held TIIIH IT.....1... u . aail S.N-'Sm-V I Nil, at hair past asroa O'clock, for work. (I, -Third n..nrM Uronlerorth W. M. '4 JOHtl Oi PARIt. "yia-a Wecrel arf , af-aNATIONAf, ARTIU.KHT.-VOU sw-Ck are hereby ordered Io It at yimrar neiry, souin-wesi comer oi Haeeand Itng. wjrin-.iiwi., ,ii ,e im, Hfiw.Tii i lie nnnrs of ' A. M. ends o'rlock P. M,, tor theelee- t on ot omoers OI aal.l (.nmnanr. l.et everv 1 member bo up hand. Kll. P.JKMKIM8, Secretary. li,m,. FOHTIJNK TKf.MNO AN11 'lMtkS()a.(MJ V AM UrMiM 1.1.1 ft ... Know uifir inniro proriprcifi rmi nsrq U"'nl crrrliy itiitfHl Iry MADAMK AI-WIN, t 1A2 Fmirth-itnt. cnriwf m Kim. whore ahe may h tMitmHvii on all mnttorn ronrrrninff J'R murrtwiro, cnttrtiililp, law maltari, bishitNsi afTWlra, and will M tha titm if tho ImiIf tr Brntlomtn tit will narrjr lo th ntme uf htfylrilttmi. mylS-c M K'l'Kl LOTION niwiiN that tvtrna nt 1 h dKin, ftiiti BiioKiiimi io immori U tnfrveiM.u aor ininition which wotihl othfrwfe arnninlat( nrar tin inirfnre. It ! tha ffrniU akinpurltler of the atr. early twrlrp jrcarii ripflritrjc1 ha protrd thnt aim pltfl and thr ftruptlnim of tha fur, tettr, nalt rheum, ring-worm, erystlpolnj, and wy other Itch lim nndnthrr irritatinn dlwaBo of the fjkin, are re Itt'viMl hf a Mnila appllrntlnn of thin jrn-at rempdri and in a dhoti time ettootuallr ouifd. Price nn oenta. i'rupurpd only ,y KOLON PALMKK, Nn. 36 Went Fonrth-Mrrft. Cinrinnatl, And for Mtle by druggists generallr throunhoiit the Went. . . mja BC-p5sKRNNEIY IHRDICATj IHWOV. itwSk fcllY te ackDowleilm-d by tha moat eminrnt pliynii iiinn. and by the mmt careful dniRirHt thrnnehout tho ITnlted Statee, to h the moiH ulToc tunl hlood-pnrfDer ever known, and to bar relieved oiora HiiflrrliisT, and effected niirra permnnent rnrv-e, than any pro para t ion known to the pnfcwiion. Komf nU.ftalt tlhrnm, Kryiplae, Scald hi-ad, B alr Kma tiuiifi of whataoeTer nature, are cured by a fewbott h, and the nyateni reetored to full trennth and ior. Full and explicit directions for the cure of ulcerated ore leif end other corrupt and running iilrert, In Jiven in th1 pamphlet with each bottle. For nale by 01 IN D. I'AKK. 8UIKK. KCKtilkUJI k CO., and OKOK01S M. DION. Trlca l. VptihaV HEADQVAnTKiifl Third flRtoADr, This flnioADr, , Divisiom o. V. ' t CiNrnrKATi, May 4. ) HDKIt NO. MO.-TIIF. xuut my nKF.n at, onn UIIMlitleif Kllx-torM nf .n,nM It I'lV. l i.VSATI NATIONAL ARTII.I.Bhr. n 'V If are hereby directed to meet at their Armory, south-west corner of Rare and I.ongworth-streets, m T I'MIIIV 1.a iMh ...... Z uie iioni-s oi io o ciock a. n. and s v. ai., and there and then proceed to elect one Captain, one First Lieutenant, one Hecond Lieutenant, one Third Lien tenant and one Knsignoftho said Company. The election will lis coiidncted in accordance with the provisions of the act of March Us, IK.'7, and the poll hooks will be returned to those lleadonarters as aooB as muds up and seated, lly command of . , JOSHUA II. rtATIvH, llrigadler QeneraL ' Ilr.Nnv O. Kkjinbtt, Brigade Major, , my vj .... . . ...o ,all; stinj, intsi, ueiween l IMPORTANT TO THE PUBlICi THR PROrniKTOTIS UAI.KIXIHI AN KIIADKH iiie-iitree of line old and Hire liquors, Including Unsold llran dlea: Port, Hherry, Msdelra and Catawba Wines: b te lr"b "Ul1 U"lrran Whiskies, whloh w BOTTI.KD CAREFULLY,, '' ' Under onr own supervision, solely for Family and Medicinal Purposes. , , WAKUANTKD PURE! apl-am 190 VINE-STH.EET. treet. have aolacted ont of honri wn.nl m.uI. BUT TOUR BONNET RIBBONS -or- J. LE BOUTILLIER BROS, NO. 30 WEST FOURTH-STREET,, If you desire to buy cheap. ...... ap2S-ara ARTIFICIAL TEETH. W. C. DUNCAN, DENTIST, t. Kim. inserts Artihrial Teeth in all tlie HlfTy.i ent stvles now nracticed. Persona In v.ni ..p Tiiet hcan have their wishes fully met at this onloe. All uperatlona In Pentislry performed, apiy-ain PATENT ENAMELED 8HIRT COLLARS For sale at MASON'S HAT-STOKE, apl'H-am 4 rifth-straet, near Walnut. ' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. MELODEON HALL. Thursday Evening, May 17, 1SOO. . Complimentary .', Conoert -TO .-I'; ,.i. .. .u, aroT. H. r. 2VXITXr, BT THE - ' TOUNG UDIES' LYCEUM OF WESlETall f. COLLEGE. PROGRAMME PART l' l. CH01tUS-l Louibardi ........,.,.lee Class. , , HOLOPIAVO. J. S. lmsiicht am MeereWllluiers,). H. J. Smith, 3. "EverofThee I'm Fondly ljtesmlnu.'Vroley Uall) . urt, - Mrs. varian James. 4. SOIiO-VlOMN, 8(ii.'o''A'v'iV'cMn'n'iVi' "' DIBIT "Cun Hope no longer Smile," (Carifa.) Messrs. Field and Smith. PART II TiTTFTT. Alll.ll a HI n eileDra i Zo im"r'"i Misses F. A 0. and Olee bass. 2. SOLO VIOLIN......... 1 ToeM) VI1P.AI. nniVTl'vur ..... . au . 1. "O Cor A morl. , " .. 3. (Benedlcn Misses V. A (?.. Wilaara. IT A B 1' E!!m!. !'.5r",,' I"Vln'i."...Mrs. Varian .Tames. 5' f VmD7-MT,,,r0Vk' ii?,'"bl?ri"'-H-J- Smith. B. t HORrH "The Lord IsOroat.' (Risinll O t'luss. ln,Tlr,KKE'II3' 1,1 "V CKNT briud "Kaoo kiidly lmined byJalessnLginlth j Ninon. ' myli-c AtlVfTJlATOTl,H 3AI'E OF REAL i . f'. -1 '" pursiwnceofan orderof tho Pro bate onrt or Hamilton. County, Ohio, I will offer at P.". i-10.","10' ,u" Premises in said ootmty, on Tt'KS r!Al',!,",,2,h "' ,!Ka ""o'clock A. M the rollow init real estate of William Hall, deceased Hamilton Comity, O being partof Section X, Town sbiii 4, 21 fractioonl llange, in the Miami -purchase, and part of the hortb-east quarter of said section! K'KMimu nt the Honlh-west corner of said Hall's Sli'i-!."," ;n'eh livee-tand ninnliif North with his line tbrty poles; thence West with Jones's . .'i'ifi''r0!',11'' 'I""' , parallel with the first tlient oneif I lie. 4(1 tviln.. lin..- l..uu :..u, the place of beginnlng-contAlnlng. two acres of land H i'iC ivi'i'r """'i. '"f ,he ,,m conveyed li mid William Hall, deceased, by Isaac Ferris and ifc, by deed, bearing date March T, lth. . . .,. Tone sold subject to the widow's dower of tl per year, asnaslnned to her. Appraised at Saw. Iiirin. of sale One-third cash In hand; the re' ntaliider in iiual sums nt six and twelve muutlu, from the day of sale with Interest, to be aeeured by UlortKave on the premises. JKSSK NILKS, iiiyij-mv AuministratorofWm. Hall, dse'd. i j. c. towers & co;, PAH It ION ABLE ,. HATTERS NO. 49 MAIN-STREET. , o liS...R?fi,S HAT1 A W'W ARE t STRAW and LEOIIORN HATS, for Mod llil IlliVat. nf flin lut.uat utv la. ' and buyi, of (hu luto-t ttt lsj. Ad Jim pact Ion oliclti'd. BURDGE'S SEWING MACHINES TIIHEE SIZES."' - 224 XT'irtli-strce t. Prloes--$50, $65, $80. ; rr,2JftBMMACTn,,',!'. a lockJ pll I'll seaoi alike on both anb and are the tlnest-iliii.lied and bi'st-bullt Machines ia the mar, hot. warranted for tlireo years. I have aome splendid Needles for sale. ' '' " ' niyl.', . MKN11AL SWAFICK. Proprietor; AVAST, M. & D. UNBtl . , a- a j '""t rnivui. UlUlilUllall l iaVW UiJU mo tony dusen oyour J EXCELSIOR FLUID INK. : By first boat, and oblige, J. S. HlitKR, ': inyio-aw wnolesal BOOK And Dron-ntore. NOTIOH, THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE existing lietween Tobias Btrauas and Moses J. .liiuiMii ini. u, uissoivea oy uiuillAl oonsent, To. bias Hlrauss to col ect all ooulandlnir dMi.i. ... settle all claims or debts contmcled by the lirm. prior tolhiaduy. . TIIHIAS tlTIIAIIli8, " may II, msf. nidoan J. Lit MAN myl-cJ Fruit-Oan Cement 1 1 fjWRCLOMINaCANM, JARH, BOTTLEH, Ac Mauiilaclory ;i Viim-.tnet, two S4ill a half squares south of the Hornet House. ' , ' JAAIKD J. B1ITLKB, Agent, ' an auppljr auy quantity at low price.. , ,i, ' linyl.l-cnibfwl " ' ,.! ':il ii. ul- Pure) Soda Water,' nRAWN JRnjf QLAAH FOrNTAINS, v. lib every variety of tua ohotoe.1 ivruus. ' JAM. ULAHUOM A CO., niylj-c 8. K. corner Mala and fsurthts. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A.I A I ,. . I v.. GOSSAGE Hays) this vlay rest I red s Isro alsdrtuital of I NEW FABRICIJ i. '. -FOR- H ''' TRAVELING SUITS! -. i .. -or- . . .i i 1-4 BARKGV ANULAI3, in new shades and com blnntlon coloring.. . .... BATIN COBD BARK()a1 ANGLAIS. CIIKt.'KKD and CHINK do., very choke and nrtv, One easo do. at U)4c. per yard. SILK AND LINKJf POPLIN8. NORWICH POPLINS. , CHECKED and DAYADEUEMOI1AIES, ate, TRA.VSLINQ SUITS ' 1 1 1 I , !' . r - AD V IN Bares; Anglais, Poplins, ' et., from " x" $8tt) $25. ,. t ,.; ..,... '. r.i i : - . - ' ! . !. 1 ; LATEST NOVELTIES IN ' I , BLACK SILK MANTILLAS AT LOW PBICB& , ' French and Pusher Lace Points. Burnous and Mantillas, TBAVEUNO DUSTKUS, Parasols & Sun Umbrellas In great variety, and selling very cheap. . LADIES' AND MISSES' . HOOP SHIRTS AT GREAT BAHGAIKS. ,; '." i D ELAND & GOSSAGE: .. . -v. ..'. f i NO. 74 WEST FOURTU-STREET. rmylS-tr) Havana Cigars. fflHE QlTATiIT Y AND VARIETY OF our Liirars many oi wnicn nave been Imported expressly for our retail sales). Is unsurpassed : and we would luvite the especial attention of smokers to mem. numb. ir.(JAni'r.i n l.,o., myia-c OprsMite the Postofflco. Raspberry Vinegar . IS HIGHLY HECOMMENnED Art A ooollnit and refreshing- addition to lieveragcs in "mi wmiiw,. win an many leoril. aiseases. Prepared and for sale by u i SU1KH, KOKSTEIN A CO., i tny!3-c . Opposite the I'ostoloos. Eckstein's Compound Syrup i oi uxaoKDerry,:. A CERTAIN REMEDY FOR DIAR. KI1KA. Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, tiuuuuer ijomplaint. Too. Prepared and for sale by myn-c BuiAi buanifiiA a t o., i Opposite the Postofflce, 'li:,;'1.;,'.. Congress Water. ' .:".' SO C A 8 E et C O N G R E S S WATER, Vr fresh from the SprlnEs.just received and for uie hv ulTrntn Bi'lrureiu . tr . Jiyl3 ' Opposite the Postofnce. Hodgson's Diamond Cement, POR MENDING BROKEN CHINA, t.laeaware, etc., in a subslatitfiil manner. eorsaiooy DUJUIC, J&OKM'l'KlN ft CO., . inyia-o , ' ' Opposite ths Poitofflci Choice Cigars and Tobacco, VN UKEAT VARIETY FOR CONUW. my 13-d Ill A11WB, turner of Main and Fifth-streets, ' Soda Syrnps.-:,;;",;-..! EVERY VARIETY OF,8YRrP, MArtJ lltactured from t he best nrouhi..! MnVnr. slantly nn band, and for sate In quantities to Mnit the wMuisoi vrusifisis wuii Lionit'Ciioneni, lor sale by . . . , G.K0' M' "IXON, DronJst, mVIH-d ' H. E. oorner Fifth and Main-streets. - Coxe'seeIatine. fjqXE'S GELATINE.- ALHO, FRENCH For sale by' GEO. M. DIXON, Drumrlst, mrl3-d , M. . corner Fifth and Maln-slroets. Dixon's Blackberry Carmln a- .hi . i . 'i l'i ll . i. ., MVe, . . :i ... , j fTIHE 1'reptuwl ouly by , , . , ..r.v. hi. uiAiin, ArilKKlsI, myl-d N. K. corner of Fifth and Ma!n-etr.cti 1 Citrate of Magnesia, , ", mtVMn" SWin flBrriMW nvasi nmr mv A? constantly ou hand to supply the wholesale o? -eiai ,raue. uy, m . ,- UKUIUiK M. PIaUN, my'S Fifth and Muln-stroels. ; ,; ; Gelatine. Ielatine.frTbnch GELATINE t VST Cox's Spark) ns: (ii'latioe : ' CooporS, Klired Isiuulasa : i Sf'f" Sheet Isiniiluta. for sale by ' KOWAKD SCANLAN CO., Di lutisU, North-east corner Fourth and Maln-strocM, lmyl3-cl ' Fresh Rose Water. ' F, IRESH niriTILLED HOME WATER lor medicinal and cutinury purposes. Korean; by KDWAltD S(!ANLAM Jo., Drulsts,V . n . . .... ruui.untlU e.N(ll-AlW,UA :,, niy!3-c1 Extra Bourbon Whisky. 75 Chi.'LtyBEt8 BTRA BOURBOIf , to hrls, lly. vVhlsky. Pormto liy I rlmVAHO 8(TANI,AN A CO., DmgRlsts, . i north-east corner Fourth and tlaiu-streels. ... .".I : ,myl3.ol , ; P" Bay Rum. , , PrRBoC;ONCINt,TE, BAY RIJM. exlrn II nn llnvor. Foi sale by . " ""'WAn-p 8l'ANI,AN A COl, Tirusaisls, , ! I aortta-sast ooyuer Fourth and Hain-atreets. I i ':.i..i , - i myl3-i. ... ! . ",;;'" Soda Water,, fJtTRE SODA WATER'AVITn THE m. t noicest tiyrups of our own manufacture. For OlO hy . , ALBKIt'P HtMH. Iln.-al.l Boutli-est corner Ceutral-aveuun and Eijihth. lanlAll "T n-r- :-TTT7- LOANOFRfriR BEHOVED VttOM S8 WliBT alXTIl-HTUEET. ILUTluill k nils nf St.,r..k....liu.' ui VotSVnd'iftb ' I0' 1,3 Viui-uit,'lHtieen AITMMP.Xj-1"01" bum- bb. HflkCll. 0LiL. aunouucea tliat shs oomnieni es business axaln, and cau lie found at her residence. No. T. on tlie west side of Jones-street, between Jutland Cutter and Liberty and Wade, where .as foretells past, present and liltnrs event, by planets. Mlmlstry, or Cy cards. To all those who may wish lo ooiisolt haron the tank fbw.iness, or any iinder. takiny. lourueya, lawsulM, l..ve, piatrimoay, lot. tory tlckeu. perfect aatlsljwtiou will bo given. Honrs from BAM to I M irlr.. l.. i. !! csiiu forruuuu3H the IstUrs on the name.'aps7-bw CM YRN A rUM.-iVHT RECEIVED, 300 fj drums and tiAlf-drauui fresh rin.nr.7. tfi.. sale, wholesale aud retail, by mylt M aa Branch Hi Waal Fuarla-rt, - ! NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. DODGE'S PATENT N0w,?,0,.Hpe,rfec;A . COMPLETE And no open flro crni bo ftrfrcl without DODGE'S PATENT. ; It Is therefora every person's Interest to have, tha Talent either In Stoves or Urates. It Improves the draft, economises the fuel, anil heats a room In every part, ( all and set a elrralar and iminlre of some of tlie many thousands who are now using it In this city. We euarnliti-e sal lfi ti..n to alt and mi sn jiHl what vfi ssy. Leave onlers at KAOI.K tTO K HTOItK, It West Firth-strcet, or address, tliruunh mall, the proprietors, . . , . . . JOH.V B. RTAIff & CO., i mylS-c ' : PUOI'ltl F.TOI1M. 3Xiwllcized WOOD MANTELS! IN .BlIR ABILITY AND BEAUTY OF tinish e-iusl to Hlste, Irpu or Utone, and io miioy rcsperls ailis rlor to tliein. In appenrame our alaiitels cannot be told from the finest marble. No one who Is bitlldluit or repairing should fall to examine our Maulels before purchasing elsewhere. We have made tho prices ao low that It will no lonircr be an object to nse the common painted wood man tel, even In oticnn houses. Tho following uro our cash prices i 811. I3, tilt, M and tu. Our Mantels have been fully tested for several years, and Imve lu all cases given satisfaction. Auv enrponter can pnt them up. .Freight to auy point (a but a trine,. and no danger of breakage. We aro nrenAnd to ilo anv bhU r ll..l.l,.i.,.. i. eonnters. toble-tiips. innutels, Ac. 8araef. s may Im seen at the Eagle Stove Store, it Went Fifth-street, or at our factory. All orders, through the mall will receive prompt attention. For further Information call nt our manufactory, corner nf John and Everett ktroota. JohU'Strcot cars piiss tlie dour. . . WILLIAMS BROTHERS, .mrH-f '. ."ciNcisiATi. onio. GROy EK & BAKER'S (! . NEW AND IMPROVED , SIIITTLE OK LOCK-STlTCn SEWING MACHINES! fflHE BEST AND ONLY IHAOIIINEH IN t"e market snitahlo tbr all kind, of munulactur. lug purposes, at the LOW PRICE OF $50. HOV K It &c I1AKKI1, :' SEWING MACHINE CO., 58 WEST FOURTH-STREET ' ' ' ja-trj INDIANAPOLIS & CINCINNATI ' ltAIIiUOAD EXCURSION TICKETS TO THE- ' Jtcpabllcan National Convention AT rtTTOns- MAY lfl, 1880. $10 TO CHICAOO A WD RETURN. HALF-FARE TICKKTS FOR THK round i d will m ..l.l t nil i ..., i .," ndlanapolis and Cincinnati lluilroad Company. 1 itkcu will ho good on the return trip until the 1st f.lune. . . TrAlns leave from tl,e Ol.l VL.1..1 . 8 .'jt0 n'd8'A"M U" ,"'r','" l h'0"0 Hleenliie (lur .,n ll.a i.lnl.l l ChlriiKO without change. H. O. I.OltO. niyc-td ;.. President I. C. Ii. it. Co. EXCURSION TICKETS! ATHALP-FARK, TO THE OBIOAOO REPUBLICAN CONVENTION! . .HAY in. tuna. Price 910, to Chicago and return. Tickets good . . until June I. TRAINS LEAVE CINCINNATI, HAM . - a,La1UN A.N 0 "AVION ItAl LllOAD "jJl'OT at A. M., and p. m. and 6 P. M.. making close connection lor Chicago. . ' . T For Tickets pleane apply at the offices, south-east corner oik rent aud Broiulway; Vlna-street, between Burnet Hollso aud Postofflce, No. 1U Walnut street, and at tho Cluciiiiiati. Himiiltoii aud llaytou Depot. ... J. P. W. 8'1'ItA D 1 1 K , inyc-tq. , , I ; . . .) Ck neral Ticket Agent. REMOVED. ADAMS, PECKOVER & CO. . Have restored the Hnles-rooin of tho Alligator Cooking-stove I From No. H?tft Vntirtii. A tlmtr i.aw -v S. W. CORN Kit OF FIFTH AND JfiJLslI. N. n.Ordrir fi tho foundory rpee1vd an mmsl nt our nli I Rtuiul. Na fl-i'l w . v.. .....i. ... . " . , - .ws s-uiiiiifatlt't'l, tl f II II further notice. nivlO-tf - . NO. 215 PLUM-STREET, , . IirfllFI.B RESPECTFIJI.I.Y INFORM thointca ., . , r.r?" ruce""0' Paris and Eastern Fashions, And ia prepared to 811 orders In her Una AT THE 8 HO It TEST NOTICE. tnr Thankful for former patronage, she solicits a , further share Irom a generous public. ' N. ll.-All kinds ol alacliiue Mtitchlng done to ' order. . u,ni-bw. Improved Double-threaded FAMILY SEWING MACIIINES ! No. VI West Fourth-street. Detorv purchasing elsewhere. ' ' , . JOUYBT-At CO., AacntM, my-ni No. ya West Fonrth, upstairs.' ' Book Uinaiiitr, ri . 'i i - . . . , . i . . r IN ATiTj ITN IIK ANCIIEs), NO. H BAMT liunall. . i .. . r ltl.i..,ll.. l - .. lt..-l..l . dt.,ri. "'ti,n ivs-iim yit ckompicii. t DR. J. BOTHB'l ; Medical and Snrglcal Ofllcc, roiTnimjss or Ilcrnia or Hupturo' I . . An A t.l. .. r J PRIVATE Tilsirn a wi.-u ig.il.hj'"L F- " apa-tf BAt'It TKA.-l Choice Oolong Tea at iss-. OooU do. do. at tiki, at COII KICU, HAD UIU dl AU&lIt.aIruA.i