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. u wusii'ue mm in. uiughabl. (aloe called
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rurceUiji, Jtt r. Wm. Fletcher PlMorn, Mr. Lrf-
HukwoII; Lrillt Larlaaa, BrJ. ttl" fcrt? ? ' j i
( To-morrow, Bfntflt of Mr. ALEX, FIBffKB. '
FOURTH OF JULY?
f IfPOGRAPUICAL UNION,' NO. 3
'lik tzzz'i '. . j.j't
rpHB CIVCINNATI TYPOGRAPHI-
i CAL SNI01?' J1? making arrangemente to cel..
I'rato the Fourth ol uly in aa appropriate manner
- an excursion to MIAMI GKOVJs, twenty-on
miles down the rlyer.
" ! fJOMMITTBB Of a.BAWQJMBt)TS. ' ' " '
?? !" t'' J ' - '; - T- Griffith,
U. H. w ubatnngb, T. Conghiln,
8- oae. Isaac Moore.
' MAXA0SR8. i-i
Wm ThoTur' James bciiily, Aog. Donnelly, '
John Bamciv , Wm. A. Baker. B. T. carraH. -,
Jai.C.Ua?,: ir.K. freber,. , frank W. taoaa!
. nn V "'. " wil.on Bnwell, J. a.Tomllniwn.
H. Fontw, JA.li. Whl
H. 1. M. Eaton, Tneo. Vett
ntwortb, A. C. Clander,
j-. f . manual
O. W. Btuop, V. jf. Pecbinar.
. W. Colby, B. Farrell, J. P. Toong,
kK. C. Beach, H.Q. Parlnh, Alex. Carry,
JJenJ. Jehnwn, A. K. Catting, T. 1 KTuugb.
C. Fin;i.i)m, Aat't Chlef. - -""
, "The large, eplendld and commodlont NewOr
loana passenger etoainor MADISON has been tpaclally
rnartorl.(or UUi occiulou.,., i (
V.BRANOT'S CORNET , BAND, . ;
Consiuttng or BIXTEEN Ml'BICIANS, with Bran
and String Initrumenti, will furnlau maslo on tbe
IT JiJlW ONE DOtt AR, foNhadet the Com.
snlttee of Arrangements and at the Conntind'rooma
it tbe Gazette, liuiulrer, Tlmei, and Prata. It
SMITH; &! NIXON'S I HALL '
For Six rjights Mora.
F THB INIVKR
Kit iccaM, IU.,8. will
ltnaln 0NJ5 Mui
alliUieartllkln tU.U .rjkp.;tlT..rolo.
On each er.niuif a rliniisn ,.r Mp,.ff..n.mn
I'FERATIC, DIIAMATIP, FARCICAL, AND VK
L1NEATION8 OF NljaUQ pHABACTtR,
In wbtth Saufortf 4 tVoape aaoebv
Dora open at 7'b oxlock ; oommence a
TTOTIOE.-THE NATIONAL THBATF
it new Pttrforrauuces, Italian, Gorman or Burlesqnt
Op-.-ra! Ac, Ac.,andiiuiy bebalunreJiourUiUt4rnii,
l y (he nig m ur wuk. 1 orvr t1rulan. uppigr to
kr JOHN BAtKJ, v ,w
Aiaiiuuni inoaier DUiiaiua,
jjupili of tbe Hillsborough Fcmalt CoUm. By Cttxl
JOUif CHURCH, J..
, (ttt WaatFourtb-atraat,r
nyijp pjanoh-?! bust in
w Tcrrk) powerful toned double
Ijmrw-aMUon Donoert Ihrmu pi
Uy JLIRCZ, TllHlLHtiI auJ oti
ThnllH'til Atid oilier
r m u uti iivsi iu , I
p axlitanoa. .
w wm ten lower fur ci
AHIOHVO, I v t '
ihd any other dealer In
tfxatr. PUon itnd Hckxltoiw tuned nU mkMklred
avTvuKDir. rianos 10 ifli at iroiu is to llt Deruuar.
. Utuical lDHtrumenUtollintat half-or Ice. Di
buy or rent a Piano until rou hav cidltMl avmi .
ilKULilKj'ATlR0.1ftole AMt t
fwl7 No. 237 W. Flfth-etreet. ntiar Plum.
I . 'new anD .MPROVtO1 '
SHUTTLE OS LOCK-STITCH
L the markut aiiitsvbia
ail ktuda of luauulkvctur
jug purpoeei, at lno
L.OW.PItICE OF 850.
qiiovum ale ! XI A'K,K!B'J
MACHINE CO., r . -fi8
WEST i FOURTH-STREET
ADAf.lS, PECROVER & CO..
- AajWenumd tha,8IaivtDma tbe
ALLIli.VlOll 10AL UUkL(i
tra) Ho-aSS Foartb, lotliolrww jtofeo i
b. w. cuitNK,Qy jfyyt i4Ai ,klm.
K. B.-Ordara r.tli. foandery AieelTed aw aaaal at
our old atHud, No, 3Ui Wf.t a'ourtb-.treet, autll
fiirth.r notice. mylo-tf
Franconi'H Hiding School
(aiPORTANT BUSINESS CAT.LINOTHK
uud.niiguiMl luck yi. I'ari.. rruiM, La otlcra lur
tale th. l.tuwol' binltliHtig Hi-booi, aloe vtull. and
tiio ruof. k ljdiai algeuHciadn wldit'iATto pitrftia-e
jeio-f. i Lt pMprletor New fork Hippodrome. '
HHI.'K,I,AVKK ANI PL A I.
J Thiltli, lit f iltli-.L, botwoenU.ulral-.YMiu.
and John, Cincinnati, o.
KeDairiaaduiia on t)j "wopteat nvtiea. i )elM'
r A It WT 7T T .
r . . xva a anaa a
TfaWANUFAI'TlIKKKPi OF BAR. AH R
U'aV .n.UMI.r. li.u. lUwjHlaba, KAllrbad Splkea,
.to. AlaO, agitata tat the wile of IroaWa Ktar Mail..
IV Beat boooudtreet, Climauall
IJUIO. , , ... ... ,y .
Ar All klnda Iron made to order.
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. 4. r. SAWwiMa
UALBWIN dc BALDWIN, . . " '
PTOTlNIIYfl AT LAW, BANK Brll.D.
. a v. 4 w eni 1 u a iiimi, uuiuunau, uuui.
-til ,fl a y i a-u.-
FA B. IN A
from tuat Kiitii.D or uio wil.ut WMicu li anii nuin.
li.nnaiij h.althful. ' TI117 are alno dollglittul to the
tuit. aiid ifcj iK.4vtiuiil g.ntl.iMu, baukHfit ranr
ruanta and ilc.. thoy n.K bo uned fur Inucb wltb
rieat advantage fD'ualutaitiliiM a bcalthfiil rcauUiv
ly ol Ue rmu,i j . . .AABOV . OOl.'fBR,
JUNE 14. 1860.
TRICE ONE CENT.
LrtTU Miami (' ml.utai fattat than City tin,
v . m. ana 11 r. n. .-oinmnm AooommodatloD,
4 P. M. Zenla Aecommodatlon, (ML
CiKCtiTKATf, Hamiltow aks iTToa-r mlnntef
miar tkaa utr tlx, it.ll, 19,19 A. M i30
P. M. and 6 P. M Hamilton Acoomntodatloa, 8 A.
M. and 3i50 P. M.
Oaio ajid MiHiHrm-u mlnntc tlowar than
City time,) ArilS A. M. and i33 P. M, fconlolU.
Aecommodatlon, 3 P. II.
iKouHiroLta a wd CincrKKATl BaoaT-LiKi-n
mlnatai atiwr Jhanatf time, Sid A. X.,
A. M. and pj M. I- ... s- .
Mauxtta ANn CmciKATi-t7 mlnntM fatter than
City time, ffid A.M. and 3i3 P.M. .
Ootihotom ahd LnmsToii-lC'lty time, Si43 A.
M. end 9i33 P. M. ' t i i . , i
ClXCIKXATI, BlCaMOKD ADD iNDLAXArOLM A.
M.,9i30 P. M.,er. M. ,
Hiaw-SiS A. M.. 8 A. M.. IliOd A. M.
and 4i40 P. M.
ORioARDMnMiMirri-fiaO A. M.. 11,R p. M.
and 9i50 P. M.
CiHcnrNATi, RAnriTOlt ami Dattok Tid.t A. M..
10i40 A. M 1 P. M., Si30 P. M., Ti33 P. M. nod
9il3 P. M.
IftDIAHAFOMl AND CKNCIIfltATI-10ll9 A. M
4t. M. aadl4P.K.' i - " , i .
MAnirrra and Cikcikhati IOiOU A. M. and
POTfNOTnN AND LtxiaaTON-1fltft.t A. M. .nil
4S8 P. M. , : , ,
Cincinnati, Richmond and lNDiANAroLu7i45
A.M., IP. M., SiStlP.M.,
Camden, Arkansas, is to be lighted with
gag. . . . .
The New Orleans Crescent foots hd the
cotton crop of 1859 to be 4,603,200 bales.
flamMAtYlnVM -r1 fir Al-A tl. Pl
ladega County, Ala., a few days since.
A few days urcx a remarkable shower of
frpgs took place at or ncux Port JarTid, If. Y.
Joeenh M. Ubamnhn. rate of th itenmar
Mornina LiahL was arrested reccntlv on
charge of embwling $0,000 to $7,000.
A lad. Jospnh Mavnard. broke his neck
last Week In Adams County, 111., by attempt
lug to turn a buck somersault.
'The Richmond (Va.) Enmiiitr1 calls the
Republican candidate for the Vice-Presi
dency "this wretch, Hamlin."
there are twenty thousand men now in
California who have neither work nor
monevi -.X T I ;" : , u
urine the tornado in Cattaruuirus Countv:
N. y., pieces of solid ice eiirht inches in cir
cumference fell from the clouds.
John Murrell, who killed Wm. T. Person.
a short time since, in self-defense, in an affray
'at Stogy Creek, Va., was acquitted last week.
Unless his other horses do better than
1 uuiuirc, . romiy fair minus Aen rroecK
Mr : II ir "... r. . . 1 m ,
will become dead Broeck very speedily.
j Jane Harrison! n aervanUglrl, fell out of a
thirdtory window, in Portland, Maine, last
weeK, ana Drone ner rjacK.
, : . . i . i . . ..
LThS Lloyd of Pes th states that the Austrian
)vej-nmeut has prohibited any demonstra-
fiou tor tne memory 01 .oui(t ecben vi.j
Why is an overlotidad gun like an office1
holder? Because it kicks mightily when it
Ifithe triumphal 'entrance of the troops
mo uauria. tne nero ot toe aay was a aoe.
. li.l 1.- 1 . - . i - a . m "
wuicu uoiuugvu iu tun rmcucu ui nmza.
tiarney;uonnoiin wDiieitaiKing'to a wo
man in the street in New Orleans, a day or
twfl ago, wm tuortoUy stabbea by Donnut Sui.
livan. ' - ' ' rf -.a ...
I . . .
Tbe St. Paul Pioneer says: Minnesota has
already had this year un Immigration of
10,000 actual seiners, ana larmmg interests
were never more promising.
j At Troy, N. T.,'on Saturday, Suring a rain
storm, there was a siiower ot stones, averair.
jug from about half the site of a ben s egg to
I A few weeks since a hurricane swept oyer
uie Arkansas cogintry, aoout tne cans tsois,
in the Choctaw nation, leveling the heaviest
!imber for milts, y j -y, j-jr j jq
Wm. M.Dous, formerly an Associate Judge,
estroyed himself in Big creek Township,
Ark., tecently, on account of pecuniary trou
fi--, a. h vj( v
j There 1 some yellow fever iu Havana, but
sot much. Twenty-two cases only were
treated iu the hospital last month, and of
these but seven provea Intnl.
A brother of a nobleman well known on
e turf hoi been excelled from a - London
Club for stealing candles. The noble delin
quent Is In the receipt of 20,000 a year.
1 A lady, on Separation from her husband,
ohanged her religion; being determined, she
said, to avoid his company in this world and
tne next, too.
i . ..... h'-r " . ' .ifi-ii
, a, nuuuiu. ii. icicubij., incuijuovcil
aspirants for legal honors made application:
to be admitted U) the bar, and on examination
It was found that not one of the members
was quaUteoViW J.U;.V !jc iVi 1 ; 1
' Lieut. John P. Talker, of the United States
Nivt A,1 at. hi. r.iilAnni iti Mnmaraill.
Mass., on Thursday morning, at the age of
50 years, lie was a native of Portsmouth.
The Rev. Tkos. Starr Kinc. on bin wav ta
California, was astonished by the size, bold
ness and voracity of the (harks In Panama
Boy.' : He says ,'ithey are the Vanderbilta. of
There are in the State of Maine over two
hundred blind persons, and a project Is on
foot to establish an institution lor their edu
cation, similar to the .Perkins Institute at
South Boston. ' ' 1 " ' '
A mold exDl ded in a fonnderv. in Craw
ford County, Pennsylvania,' recently, .and
caused the death of a mechanic named Jeptha
Bailey.'" - ' ,;,
Abel Linnitt fell into' a tub of hot oiL In
Wyoming County, Pennsylvania, on Satur
day, and was so' badly burned that he died
the. next dayj -.'In-I ; , - ; I I nn !..:!
A feW days since, iu Gasconade Countv.
Mo., a man named Sullivan atuaultod and
then fatally shot one Ween without any
t... n.,j u,i u..i... i,j . jiin..i,
over a a-sra table, iu Kansas Citv,-Mo last
week, when the hitter killed the former with
4'!rfcws "was killed, aiid cirl' named
Smolhors nivsrely bruised, day or two ago,
in MuntevUld. Mo..' bvt tbti. axLlostou jof.a
Thomas Ward and Samuel, MaryfoL while
intoxicated, agreed to fight with Bowie
knives, in a dark room, in C'herokoe County,
Georgia.,. They did so,, aud,.,,Vatd, a .lit
eracy cut to piocej. , i; . j,, '
DkATB OF A REVOLUTIONARY VlTEBAN
Benjamin Berry recently died in Embden,
Me, in the ninety-ninth year of his age. He
was a soldier In the Revolution, and. was one
of (San. Arnold's med at West Point. "
;JTc;I 1:1" ,J!"l''i' - -' 1 1 ;
Taa Captuabd Abioans Dvino. Ac-.
founts from Key- West say the raptured Afri
can! are dying so fast that not mora than
Mrao oroight hundred will be Mi to . send
backvjoT all the cargoes. .V.'V'i,
VARIETIES. Graphic Sketch of a Railway-car at Day
This life-tike sketch is by the clever word-
painter of the Chicago itonincr Jourfia?;
" Long before w hear the roar of wheels,
we sea the glimmer of a glowing light.
urigatsr and broader it onena. like the. Ccrlo.
pean unwinking eye It Is, the head light of
' uam. Anen toe sieaay jar, then the
mingled clank as or a thousand ihaken chains,
and the cars are bare. 'AH aboard f and 'all
nghtl follow each other In oniric anccauinn
and wa are breathing th close and heavy air
Of a Crowded dormitory. ' The car-lam n hava
ROM out, disgusted; the little wakefulness of
tne sieepers has subsided, and the dim snoring
uuiiiii. ui viunaa aniA soawia, ana lrigniened'
laoaing ueauH, necxea nere and there like 1
troubled aea, with white, compose the land
scape; while over all, like pendulums, swini
plethoric carpet-hags, slowly to and fro, and
little satchels, brisk as mantle-clocks, and
bonnets, made of nothing, dance up and
down, like blossoms In a rain; all timed to
tne motion ot tne train.
"But the dim irrav turnn in an nlil.av.it
white, and the breathintr bundlnaa heuin tn
stir, out of an egg-shaped package is batched
a woman, with hair disheveled, like Venus
from the sea. A throe or two, and a rougher
form emerges from a cloak and shawl and
shakes itself awake. A shapolesj heap turns
out a man, bearded liko a pard. A pair of
unuia urn u&o uowsprus, goes out of
eignt, aa tne owner comes lit view. Unc is
soomtng an irritated hat with gentle touches
of his elbow; another pulling at his wilted
collar. Disordered tresses are smoothed with
hasty touches of tbe hand, and crnmpled
sleeves persauded Into shnpe. One lady has
learned ner lesson from Grimalkin, and makes
her toilet precisely like a cat.
"The cold, clear light of early morning is
always trying to human beantv; there are no
tints to be borrowed, no softening shades to
be worn; a plain, cold stare, that looks one
out of countenance. But in a railroad train
the ordeal is appalling. If a face ever looks
iaaea it is men; it the hair has any grey in it,
is sure "to show;" wrinkles are read, like a
sign-board, afar off. If there be discontent
in the heart, it 'comes into the mouth, and
every body looks like people after a masquer
ade,, or Kichard after he became "himself
Japanese "Tommy" Becoming Young—
Philadelphia correspondent of a New
York paper observes:
"During the procession, votinc 'Tnninr
made himself very conspicuous, and indeed
umiiiieoieu a uegree 01 activity and anti
conservattsm that was positively startlintt,
r rom Baltimore he rode to Philadelphia on
mo locomotive, ins only one 01 the Japanese
w wumgo 10 ao it. jie rraiernized
with the engineer and fireman, and observed
the machinery with interest. During the
my ud incu m explain in uis Droaen JSuglisu
some of his exploits in Baltimore, of which
he appeared very proud.' While witnessing
u cAiiLuiuuu ui me ore nepariment mere,
one of tbe men offered him the hose: 'Tommv'
immediately took de butt', and began play lug
"F" mo v.unu, umuuesiiuir inn greatest de
light at their annoyance. On the locomotive
he got hold of the bell-rope and kept ringing
the bell almost all the way from Wilmington
to this city; nor did his lively spirits desert
mm oycu unuer me innuence ot tne long
procession: on the contrary, be appeared
highly delighted, answered with sialics and
bows to the salutes of the crowd, and even
Ventured to kiss a young girl who tried to
suaae uanas wim mm.
Russia Desirous of Peace.
I If we art to credit a St. Petersburg corre
spondent of the Mornina Pott. Rnsaiala occu
pied almost exclusively with dreams of peace,
progress and reform. This writer says that,
after thirty years of war against nroo-raaa
Civilization and Common sense, Russia is be
ginning to open her eyes, and, regretting the
past, wishes a brighter future:
1 "The simple fact is that Russia, on the one
hand, wants both men and money; on the
maer, muni, aruenuy seeks peace and pro
gress. There is not a man throughout the
whole empire, commencing with the Empe-
rur, wnw uotm boi araeniiy pray lor it; and
he, or I greatly err, fears far more internal
commotion than seeks external acm-eiuinn.
He ardently desires reform; he sees and feels
mat, nowever territorially vast his empire, it
is all but the last I question if it be not the
very last in the list of civilized nations.
The man Tnrk de facta is in advance of the
man Rnsse in all that makes life worthy."
1 The writer adds that, although the Empe
ror Alexander earnestly desires to emaneluate
the serfs, tbe question drags on slowly, aur-
roumieu Dy uimcuuy, even danger, to the
Determining the Age of Egypt.
An Entrlish Engineer. Leonard Horner.
has been making some experiments- for de
termining the age of Egypt by counting the
layers of alluvial deposit along tbe banks of
the Nile, made by toe annual overflowing.
Mr. Horner's researches are made by sinking
shafts at various points. One of these was
sunk close to the great monolithic statue of
nameses 11, at Memphis, and it was lound
that there were nine feet four inches of Nile
sediment between eight inches below the
surface and the lowest part of the platform
on which the statue stands.
I Below the Platform the shaft was ilrivan
thirty feet through the deposit. At the
depth of thirty-nine feet pottery was found in a
good state of preservation. Tokinor the date
of tbe erection of the statue at 1351 B. C, the
finding of tbe pottery, together witn the ex
amination of the different layers of deposit,
Mr. Horner thinks be has discovered traces
of the existence of man 11,600 years before
the Christian era, or 7,500 years before the
date at present hied for the creation of the
Extsmsivb Sals or Bloooso Hob as.
One of the most extensive sales of horses, by
auction, ever hold in Massachusetts, took
place the other day at Clappville, a village
near the town or Leicester, on tbe farm of
Reuben 8.. Denny, a well-known breeder.
The stock included some of the beet breeds
known. Among the animals sold were the
following: "Miles Standish," four years old,
for t'2.400: "John Alden." three yearn old.
$1,050; "Garibaldi," twenty-three mouths
old, $1,000; and a filly, three weeks old, for
$3,450; "Ninon," a, yearling colttTr $2,300;
ana omen ranging irons 9141 to (sw. - me
net proceeds of the sale amounted ta $15,267.
I , i .- r .
I A Loifooir Journal's Opinion op anAmxr-
ioaj! Novbl. The- London Leader praises
Miss Prescott's novel of Kir Koharit (Jhutt
with much cordiality. "Whatever," it says,
"may have been the success of this work in
America, we do not tbink its reception by an
English public will be less gratifying to the
avihor. For ourselves, we feel iustified in
pronouncing it, notwithstanding certain
blemishes and incongruities, as a decided
work of genius, and as such we have uo
doubt that it will speedily - achieve for itself a
great popularity and extensive circulation."
I 1 . 11 a 1 I A -I AA-i '1.V--
Tne total German population in the United
States Is estimated at 7,461,724. Fifteen per
cent, of the white population of the twelve
slave States, twenty-five per cent, of the nine
nonnern states, ana roriy-tnroe per cont, or
the nine Western States, being German,
Ths Psbiod op Bvbom's : MABniAos. A
correspondent of tbe New. York Journal of
Qmmtrct says that the statement that Lady
and Lord Byron lived together only thirteen
days is an errort the separation did not tukq
fkice outil after the union of a year.
The Hopeless Condition of Mexico.
The New Orleans Be has no bop of Mex
ico, nnder any auspices, for these very good
reasons: " ' ' ' " ' ' "' 1
What Mexico needs can not be supplied by
parties or by leaders. Jnsrei may be aa in
telligent and educated man; so was Comon
fort, yet tbe latter was hunted out of th
miscalled Republic. It is all folly to sndaa.
vor to convert peons and leperos into law.
abiding citizens. It is imnossibla to haatnw
enlarged capacities for th ratioial compre
hension and faithful administration of Demo
cratic institutions upon a nation ridden by
priestcraft, and a prey to groveling super
stitions. The idea of a people claiming to
unuorsuina ana oocy a ttepnoiican constitu
tion when they strike from it the vnrv
foundation of politicaJ,frcedcm liberty of
The Mexicans make the same mistake that
the French and Italians have often com
mitted. They do not consider their adanta-
. , c . .1.
hum w a particular lorni 01 government, out
take for granted that they are quite compe
tent to make their own laws forgetting that
uuinan wiMiom, experience, eaueation and
sobriety preside over the manufacture, the
laws will be full of imperfections, and that
unless the nation are habituated to the per
petual restraints of self-government, tliey
will disobey their own statutes, and will be
coustautly endeavoring to change them. No
people ran be salely entrusted with unlim
ited power until they, know how to nan it
and .assuredly Mexico has thus far given no
evidence of ability in that respect.
ErracnvK Treatment op Pleuro-Pnbl-
monia IN a Horse. A homeopathic nhvai.
cian communicates to the New York Tribune
the following interesting and valuable ac
count ot his treatment ol a case of disease in
one of his horses the svmntoms of which
resemble tbe terrible malady which is devas
tating the herds in Eastern Massachusetts as
to naturally suggest tbe inquiry, if the
pleura-pneumonia may not extend to the
horses of the country as well as to the horned
cattle. The horse was first observed to lose
nis spirits, and then strength. The next
day, as he stood in his stall, be hung his
head and refused to eat, but manifested a
great inirst. his raoutti was hot, and bis
tongue pale and dry. His respiration super
ficial, hot, and panting. The eves were dull
and watery, nostrils extended "and red. He
had a dry but not frequent cough. The pulse
niu uul Hindi uieiuToiHi, xiis weakness in
creasca until ne couia scarcely move or
The treatment was: Aconite nf thn 13Hi
four doses, throe hours anart nermitti.rl in
act twelve hours; the next day, bryonia of
the 30th, dissolved in a bucket one-quarter
full of water, taken at a draught, repeated at
evening, and again tbe next evening. Under
tbe aconite the heat of the horse's mouth dis
appeared, and the thirst lessened. After the
oryonia tne cauacilv to convh inernnaeil
Showing thut the strong hepatization of the
lungs had diminished: then his general
eirougiu increnqeu, ana nis appetite grew,
uwm ui uuuBjiuuruo oviu, givna iweiiiy
lour hours after, completed the cure of 1
case, every one of whose Bymptoms was the
"picuro pneumonia," of Massachusetts.
A "Genteel" Shop-Liptin iii'thi Eio-.
the other day a lady dressed In black arrived
In Rochester, New York, by cars, and weut
f tl linial li 'inon al ...i-A 1 .
ww aw uoioi, "UlJu OUC C J 9 UtTI BU. lift liaritO flC
Wra. Davidson, of Buffalo. She walked out
to look at the stock of tha drr trnnds mar-
chants, and among other places called at tho
store of Wilder, Chase Co. Her conduct
there excited suspicion, and it was believed
mat sne 100K some goods from the store with.
out a bill and without payment.
: A search warrant was obtained and a po
liceman repaired to the room occupied by this
rlady in black," and informed her that he
was deputed to look after stolen property.
She put on tbe air of a lady and demanded
his authority. He produced his papers, and
proceeded with the search. Two pieces of
I... nil. .1 1 v .. -L. I 1. 1 .... 1
W.UI.IIU1II1, di. ui oiuut unuu&urcuieiH, ana
some ribbon were found, but nothing ans
wering the description of the nrnnnrtv
. l. j r.. i . . , 1 i
.umiuou. iui, aim iiu arrest was made.
: The lady nald aha halnniroH in Tiffin ni.t
and was there to purchase goods. She had
no oaggnge witn ner, out was mum or money,
having about one thousand dollars in bunk
I Tbe Statue or Arcbodkb Cbarles Cnm
secrated. ine Vienna sculptor, Fernkorn,
has recently been receiving honor in his own
oountry. His equestrian statue of the late
Arcuouko unaries was unvailed on the '12a
qf May, in the presence of the Court, tha
garrison forces, aud a brilliant concourse of
spectators, in all about 60,000. After the
unvaillng was accomplished a mans wm aairl
and the statue was consecrated. Then the
artist was conducted by Count Thun to the
Imperial tent, where he received the con-
Sratulations aud thanks of the Emperor, who
100k hands with him. The stone-mason
who made the pedestal was alwi liranAntiwl 1
wo boipcror, irom wnose uanas ne received
a gold medal as a reward of bis skill. The
statue represents tho Archduke Cbarles on
norsenacK witn a standard in his hand. Pro
fessional men say that one of the fore legs of
tne norse is too long ana its tan too heavy.
but tbe entemble is extremely trood. Tha
head of the horse is perfect, and the folds of
tne coat worn oy tne Archduke, are remarka-
oie lor tnoir ngutness ana "soltness."
Good ErpRer or tbe France An Ekui 1 n
Commercial Treaty. The treaty with France
which allows French watches to be intro
duced in competition with the English, has
naa an immediate good ellect. The Leeds
Mercury informs its readers that the Clerk en-
well watch-makers, alarmed at this, have set
their wit at work to produce serviceable
watches at a lower prioe. "One method."
says that journal, "is the adoption of what is
called the 'going barrel' movement, by which
tbe works of a watch ar much simplified,
and are less likely to get out of order, as well
as to cost less. This very improvement has
beeu pressed upon the London makers at
various times for nearly twenty years past by
tbe country trade, who are principally sup
plied from Loudon; but tbe obstinacy and
prejudice of the fbrruer have stood in the
way. r ree competition, 11 seems, is bringing
them to their senses." . , ,
A Newspaper Sued for Libel or Account
or a Prima Donna. When Gazzaniga. tbe
prima donna, was about to leave Boston and
America lor tngiana, sue was detained, as
we have said, at the suit of a Daguerreotypist
iq the city uauied. . The Boston Courier al
leged that these people solicited her to sit for
her picture, then sent her an unjust bill.
Now they have brought an action for libel
stain Ht the Courier, laying their damages at
A Venerable Vivandiere. The vivan-
dlere of the Fourth French Regiment of the
line, Therese Jourdon, was born in Besancon,
iq 1765. . She joined th regiment in 1779,
and baa eves since remained with it. She
has accompanied it on all its campaigns to
Egypt, Germany, Poland, Spain, Russia aud
Africa. She is now uiuety-flve years old,
aud enjoys, iu perfect health and vigor, a
pension allowed ber by Hi officers of the
reginient. , r . ( ; m i
Sensislr Advice raou a Vixen. To all
young men, whether clerks or otherwise, We
would say, observes nanny rem, it you
marry a uttmming bird, don't expect that
marriage will instantly convert it into an
owh and if you have caught it, and cagod it,
wnnout tijoujtni 01 consequences, aon t, like
coward, shrink from tout self-assumed re
sponsibility, nd turn it loose in a dark wood,
to be devoured t)y tho A(et vulture. 1 1
The Beauty and Comfort of Faith.
Henry Ward Beeches said in a recent ser
mon:' .;,' :- .- .-H:- 1 , f!
One text that hook a man to God. and
that makes him feel that in him he- has a
Father who wheels the bright army of the
stars, who carries th globe in it revolutions,
who is the creator and sustaitaer of all man
kindone such text, oh, how it takes away
car, and anxiety, and sorrow! -How much
food there is in your Fathr's hone that you
uever tasted! In that house there is bread
enough add to spare, and yet yon go fretting
and worrying through Life, borrowing trouble
about the future, with which yon have no
concern, and making yourself miserable in
the present, with which yon -have concern.
Now when you go to your home to-night,
will you try to make it brighter? It is not
necessary that you should hare more candles
burning; or that you should make tbe floor
cleaner though that would do no harm;- or
that yon should rub up your furniture-, but
when you go to your borne, will you carry
the thought of God with you, caring for you,
loving you, providing for you? Out of every
night God is making a path by his hand for
the morning; and for you; and. out of every
day God is making abed of darkness for the
night, and for you. From day to day the
speech of God is uttered, and from night to
night Divine knowledge is shown. And
since you are guided by such a Oue, since
all your paths are laid by him; since he bus
made provision for you; since he has cher
ished you and. nourished-you; since he has
comforted you with the assnrunces of his
Word; since, looking at the birds and tbe
flowers, he has said to you, "I will remember
you, and I will do more fur you than I do for
these, because yew .are worth more;" since
you are kept from year to year because God
mad you, and cares for you since these
things are so, need you have any fears that
you will not be divinely cared for in the fu.
tureV Ob what beautiful passages those are
that sit on two legs, fly with two wings, and
send out of one Utile throat a whole breast
ful of texts, eacb one of which is a song of
God to the believing soull I heartily thank
God for them.. , . - . .:
Peculiar EvrBor op an African Wisp
L. McLeod, the author of a work on Travelt
in Eatttrn Africa, recently published iu Lon
don, furnishes the following account of a
jilarmatlen wind: During the prevalence of
then winds, I have frequently seen the furni
ture split, and articles which were veneerod
considerably damaged, the veneering in some
bases being curled up like dried sheets of
paper.. Books left closed on the table at
night would be found on the following morn
jug completely opened, and each leaf stand
ing up as if it hod been highly stiffened with
gum. At such time glass tumblers would
break, apparently of their own accord; and 1
have known one slight tap given a tumbler
made of blown glass, not only break to it,
but, as if by , sympathy, others remotely
placed in different parts of tbe room. '
r. . ,' 1 .I , .
I Anecdote op Lord Bbocoiiav. An Edin
burgh paper says that Lord Brougham, after
all the fatigues of th installation.and after
(lining with tbe Senatus and University
pourt, went in the evening to Lady Belha
ven's drawing-rooms at Holyrbbd, Nothing
would satisfy his lordship, but he must see
Rizzio's blood, and away he went with two
feuidea and a couple of candles, and, kneeling
Sown with a light on each aide, pored over
the dark stains, " taking evidence " upon
ihis dubious point. ' One can fancy the scene
n that little, faded, decrepit old room. When
hero, some one, alluding to what bis lordship
iad so well said in the forenoon of Eliza
leth'a conduct in the matter of Mary, asked
Dim it ne was for Mary. " No," said be, with
nai wonaenui voice and. eye, " I'm against
Sllzabeth, but F.m not for Mary;7 ,. .
Recoil Of tub AsMaraoNO rtrv.Tt
stated that the. tremendous, mcnil from thA
Armstrong gun experienced during the re-
Gut umio 011 ooara tne neaxoxntf gunooat,
renders it imperatively necessary that some
viucr lurui ui carnage aaouia oc euostltutea
fur tho one at present in use. should th
smaller gunboats be armed with these weap-
An- T I 1 , . . . . . 1 .
un.. uo grcoacu wnu mat was lniroaucea
for the purpose of cleansing the gun when
S red, ,1s said to have remedied the matter to
a certain extent, but tbe fouling of the gun
is still very great. ' -' 1 -1
I Matrimonial Gauds for Titles. A New
iori journal states that the Flora McFlim-
Seys are now taken regularly over to the
matrimonial market In Enron in whi..h
uuaes, counts, ana marquises are as thick as
uiutkucmufl, wuo, oeingouen unauietomeet
the claims of their bootmakers aud washer
women, are nothing loth to be anuexed to
the bright eyes and solid charms of Fifth
Avenue belles.' The product of such a com-
uiuaiion 01 nronigacv and vamtv r.m net
possiDiy oe worse man the original stock.
Anotukr Solomon in Vermont. The fa.
mous case ot tne two mothers and one baby,
wherein Solomon displayed his sagacity, has
been matched in Rutland. Vt wh era a wn.
man charged another with stealing her child
from the cradle. . She brought suit for tbe
obov, anq tne magistrate, alter bearing a good
ueai 01 counicung testimony, decided in favor
of the woman who cried the moat. That waa
substantially, the judgment of Solomon in.
tne omer case, and is probably correct.
An Important Question Settled.-! t ia
satisfactory to the Second Advent people to
know thai J. V. Himes, the leader of the
American nock, has made an agreement with
Dr. Cummfng, whereby the end of all things,
including tha warld. is to take nlu-a In 1RR7
So long as these two lights were at variance
concerning the time of the catastrophe, of
tvunw, autuiug coma oe aone.
Illness op Hob. a. H. 8tipbix Rnn
A. H. Stephens, of Georgia, is exceadino-lv
unwell from attacks of vertigo, with which
he has recently been visited, and is enable at
present 10 aiteno to Business or any kind.
Wears informed that his professional labors
have been very heavy or late, and that his
nervosa system has suffered from beino-
overtaxed. - . ' :
More op Dlomdin's Rope-walkimo Vhm
On the UOlU of tii is month, Blondin is adver
tised to execute bis daring feat of walking
the entire length of bis rone, blindfolded and
completely enveloped 4a-a sack I In the
event of the Japanese visiting .the Falla
lions, Blondin will give one of his "irric'i
performances under their distinguished pa.
trouage, 1 . ,11 . - , , v ., ....
PHEllEXT PkOAl THE Japawub TAiraa V.w
York Mayor. A miniatur. human nf h..n.
tiful polished wood, with six drawers, and
set of fiv boxes, richly lacquered ana orna
mented with embossed flowers, leaves, but
terflies and various insects, have been tant aa
present to Mayor Wood, of, New, York, by
Inn lun...... IT ...I .... .!.. -
Tus Emiuration to Pike's P.a a T))iki.
estimates show thai .11,000 wagons pasted
Plum Creek on their way to Pike, a Peak thia
spring, up to. , tha first of May. Estimating
font persons to. each wagon, th total emi
gration to the. new gold reirion the nmaant
spring would be 44,000- .lie population ot
tup region is suppoea W b WIi.OOo.:
A Canadian Jodbnai. oh fine
Adams is now in the American Senate," and
that "Mr. Sumner, who
death by Mr. Butler ia-- the Senate of tha
United BUlleS."! baa lately, made a. anaanh
0. iThaaWnugbXprobUbly either study
or avoid American politics. ,,:
The Beauty and Comfort of Faith. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Important from Mexico—Army of the Liberals
Routed—General Uraga Mortally
Wasbinoton, June 13. Th Picayune of
Saturday P. M. has Templed date to tbe 4th
inst. i' '
Just as th victory at Quedalalara wm in
Uraga grasp, a stray cannon shot took off
bis leg. Alarm and confusion followed.
General Woll, unawares, charged with great
fury on the Liberals. The affair ended In the
dispersion and flight of the whole army of
me itnerais. .
- A Tampico letter says the news seems In
comprehensible, but it came from an authori
tative and reliable source. Gen. Craga made
his escape, but the loss of his leg will cost
him his life.
Gen. Zulonga had nmumed the Presidency
at the Capitol. A conducta of $1,163,000
from Secatcas bod arrived at Tampico f an
other large conducta was soon expected
from Gnarngnato. '
Wasbinoton, June 12. Mr. Karns, of Penn
sylvania, appeared before the C'ovode Com
mittee, and testified that he was a contractor
on the Union Canat Extension, and employed
about 150 Irishmen. He bad sent to Dim a
large number of naturalization papers; al
leged to be fraudulent, which were procured
from R. M. Boune, an employe of the Navy
yard. He received some of these nnder franks
of Democratic members. Some two or three
hundred of them were still in his possession.
Col. Forney and Mr. Wendell were also
examined by tho Committee. The former's
testimony, was shown to the President and
several members of the Cabinet. Among
other things, be stated that he had been
offered hy Mr. Buchanan the Consulate to
Liverpool, or the mission to Russia or Prussia,
if he wonld acquiesce in the policy of the
Administrat'on, but he declined.
Mr. Wendell testified that he carried
$10,000jin his pocket for weeks, to present to
Col. Forney, and, if necessary, was an thorized
to increase it to $20,000 or $25,000, it he
would accept the Liverpool Consulate or tbe
mission to one of the greatpowers of Europe,
but Forney declined. ' ;.
Boston, June 13. Tbe special session of th
Legislature convened at about ten o'clook
this morning. Two bills were adopted rela
tive to the cattle disease, Increasing the State
Commission to five members, providing for
scientific investigations, giving power to au
thorities to kill or isolate cattle, and make
other regulations for the treatment and ex
tirpation or tne disease, ana appropriating
$10,000 for th purpose,
Resolutious indorsing Mr. Sumner's recent
speech wore adopted, alter a warm debate
86 to 44.
The Arabia sailed at nine o'clock this morn
ing. She took out one hundred and fifty pas
sengers for Liverpool and seven for Halifax;
also, $400,000 in specie.
Burglary in Canada—Three Persons
Hamilton, C. June 13. Four burglars
entsred the store of Joseph Henry at Co.,
jewelers, on James-street, at one o'clock this
to ascertain the cause of the noise, and was
stabbed several times. , His wife and son 1
Coming to his assistance, wero also stabbed,
but managed to hold one of the burglars till
U - . 1 : . . ., m . . , ...
tug uuuee nrnreu. aub rest eacapta. . jur.
Henry la in a precarious state. The prison.
er's name Is Brown, and he is supposed to be
uom oeuaca rails, ix. I,
Muskingum Valley Fair.
Zaxisville, June 13. The Muskingnm
Valley Association, composed of twenty
counties in Eastern and Central Ohio, have
concluded to hold the Fair four days, com-
muacuig oepiemoer in. .
The premium list will amount to $7,000,
A premium of $500 will be given to tbe
to be here.
" Flora Temple is expected
Concord, N. H., Jane 13. The vote for
U. s. Senator in the House is, whole num
ber, 294 : necessary to a choice, 148 Daniel
Clark, (Rep.), 184; John Wells. (DeinA 108;
Amos Tucker, 12 ; Anthony Colby, L. '. ,
: Tbe Latest Parisian Swindle Tbb
Fainting Trior. A new plan to raise the
wind, sufficiently to obtain a capital dinner
free of expense, savs a Paris letter writer, has
just been invented, and bas thus far been
found to work admirably. This style of
swindling may be entitled tbe 'Tainting
dodge." A gentleman aud lady enter a first
class restaurant, demand a private apartment,
and call for the best the bouse can serve.
Spring lamb, green peas, new patatoes, as
paragus, aud other costly rarities are or
dered and swallowed, and washed down with
rich burgundy bordeaux and champagne.
When dinner is over the bell of tbe private
room is heard to ring violently. The waiter
hastens to answer tne impatient summons.
He bnds Madame stretched at full length on
tbe sofa, while Monsieur holds a bottle of
smelling salts nnder her proboscis. "
"Ouick a carriagel" cries the mntlaman..
l'My wife has fainted."
A cab ia procured, ths lady is carried be
low stairs, and the pair disappear, forgetting
to pay even the first cost of lamb, peas, cham
THE NaTIVIS OP THE IsTHMtra or Pimm
In one of th Rev. Starr King's recent let
ters from California, be speaks aa follows of
the native people whom he saw on the
Isthmus of Panama:
"A negro has been called tbe image of God
cut in ebony. On th Isthmus w aaw tha
divine image shining, in glowing golden
bronze. I tried to learn if these specimens
were not a cross between the African and
the native Indian, but could not get informa
tion. Certainly, by their tawny brilliance
they put the Caucasian hue to shame. That '
ia the color Providence intended far tha
tropics. It harmonises with the scenery.! - A
white skin may do under the Elm, but the
bronze hues are needed nnder the canopy of
the palm. A perfect civilization on the globe
will organize the laws of beauty a wall a of
Justice; and then the dark and down-trnddan
children of the sun will be acknowledged aad
n-nl I A ., ...... f !. ....1 . : T r
i.wivvu, m ui wi achuctio luraivurvoi
in world s burning sons.",- u
ill .1 ). . ! '
DaATB or AN KnOLIRB Ciwaill Tnl,i-ma-
tion has been received in Eo-vnt of tha riaath
of Mr. Plowden, English Consul in Abyssi
nia. He is stated ta have died of woueds
received in an attack made unon him brunt
of the chiefs nnder Necoassi, th rebel . Gov
ernor , of Tigre, while be was traveling
through th province on his way from Gon
dar to Massowa. ' He was ransomed by King
Theodore for $1,000, but wa already in a
dying state. Tbe assistance rendered to th
Governor of Tigie by th French, In return
for the grant of territory which he has mad
to them on the sea coast, is said to be largely
ontributing toward enabling, him to resist
the authority of Theodore.. " 'ii i ., 1 ....
A CCNNlNUHAMCANAnO. 'Plnk."tba Maw
York correspondent of the Charleston
Conner, in his Utter of June l.sava: "Thera ?
rumor to th ettout that Mrs. Cunningham)
who has boo to California, ha. mia-'a
strange confession. The news was received
by tbe last steamer.-i Mrs. Onnnlngham Was
ranraaantaH aa hiilna nn V. J ... . U J
9 w". Hnrnn.u-mu,.u.i
of tourse ad mitted- that slie' knew somethiDg
of tha tnurdar of ly. Bardell.1 The story
sound, yawp' mawh.lt ka a i-anarllJbnt fhm
are really om womn In town who believe
it.'1 ' '.- .1 ' f
tarter adT.rMa.aMa la Ineerted at tha fcUewtaa r
. Sir sqnare of lea Unasyr Jaasi ,il!r
JOB PR1 ZVTI IVO itii Iri,
Ia all It. braeahaedoa. wlva naatnaK and damitil.
VHEELER & WILSON S
pbihoipal orrici, '
VO. TT W. FOTJUTRTKKBT,
PIKS'S . OPERA,.. HOUBSr
... C1WCUINAIL., ,!,(.. ;,; ..
IKirUnt lmroTiiinu, aad to ul tao deciaad 9nr m
io-pru4i jainur nacniue, nart tnuduasMl a
mekltvg tb a;
a., woricin np-JO tbe aaaia arnolp, and
aarna ftltJK tluliclt ivul ati lai4AidT u'
uui, lit 1 ir
The tgaat. iMi. not igmnft aai srisiilaHty af
Uacbloa, tba beanty and trenxth of mi ton, -
Itm alii a on aoTB jdbb. imaosvawbla to rmi-el, ai4
tKoaouy of thrad aad rJaptWlity to th tbtekMt
or tbiuueat labrlca, baa rndr thia tha ovt o
oeaaful and popular Family Hewing Maohiaa oo '
At oar rarfonl offlMi wa aell at Tsvw Tnrk hsmb.
and ftlr liiatructtona, trea of obart, to epabla ht
cuoneri to aaw ordinary aMuoa, hem, fell, quilt.
gatlMr, bind and tuck, aQ oa U tama ahlB, m
arrant it tor uirea jm
Send o call for a elr-tular MntsifriinaT fnll , iiibi ,
Ui pricwa, tUaiMia, ate. ;.
No. 9 8KWIG MACUINB..
Ka.1 . . "'
oblnea, that Utay wtu do 7
R BREaTER variety of WORK. . , .
, WILL 00 MORE WORK. IHD . .- , -,
WIUDO ITIs BETTER $TYU
Than eaa be done a any ethaa lAaoblna. S1BO-,
BB S rAMILT UACBIVBS, SJfto aad 91 i.
aoa-Olnolnnatl Ollloe, No. 8 San Frnrtbtirat.
main-ay - JA. BKAKDOW, Aaent, ' '
. Improved Double-thresded ,
FAMILY SEWING ' MACHINES !
No-72 West Foartli-street. , ; '
to aaamlae oars
before parcaaAlo elaewbera. . . . i .
JOUVET dte CO, JLfntm. .
mys-em ' ' Ho.T Wnt Fwuth, npatattm."
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$30. $30. $80. $80.'; $30.
t Thirty-Dollar Doable Look-Strteh
Family Sewing Machines '
PE0DBED BY BKOKKT L.ITTXB8 PATESTT.
T" JJR, PH.? N H AS, EBKN. PRO.
rvvfyai vj an cotniteiit jungm. wnu Dsu
it, to be the bttt a ltd moat dsWrabl Faufly .
ng Machine rr lutroduced, ikoaedlim or
the y.ry thtokeat to the r.ry Uneet aibrlca made, aud '
it; wm aaw 4i Miuua or minil? gt
im an ainat qi inreaa. n-om no. s to sua. , . . . .
Ao Oil it tuti on top qd JfacAM..
baud for a circular, or call and ae Tk In oMmtlou.
bieenreff" ,'Uci'llan uu and Oouuty tlib " stay
time. Agent, wanted In aQ nnaoT
A A .narMftl. Miua nn L .
Bole and axoltulTe axent for tbe
H. U. B
n I j-i 4t. I
aapi.u ws weet J ,
J. C. TOWERS & CO..
t , NO. 149 MAW-aTIUaBT.
An Impaction solicited.
DR. MERIT WELLS,
BESIDBfYT DESTTTST - '
'list or rBibn roit TtAT worb'j ;
'all nasar or lower aataaf taHk-DuUvU.
Mj sold, SIS vulcaaltt, Sa; stvr, Sut, , u , ,
ton OPtBArinva, .
amau tow pins, Men ;.tl 80 canto to Si.
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, No. 19 21 East tooond-st, . -
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tfa Smok, No Dirt, WoHeiit!
.!f!!??iT ,h wr'or- Tbe best end mv
r Quiuity Klcbts (oraale.
lathes - I I
Jet-aw1 c Mi t. eorner i
rner oT Iinb aad MtluTl,ai, ( , '
Dixon's Blacfcberrr farminfttin,
IS NAW innrlviian ,n . .. . i a
a ana rulleble leuiiniy J
Indlar atfcutioni. i'iuri.d only Irr
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