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CINCINNATI DAILY PILES3
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.uhsoylbers a Cincinnati, OorbJgttnt egd
I t "rMndUii allies ud towns, i
th. extremal? low
8KTEN CINTd,4 Will,, ,
fATHM to nuuu. I , M I
efe(lh.. jlnsle copies, Q cent si 1 moath.
4oitt; Smooths, ; 4 year, gj 00.
r.,soleMan.geraml Leo. ....Let.a,
I Complimentary Testimonial to. . ;' f I
MISS HANNAH SIMMONS.
peeinnce noon Ihestaae, and will exhibit the wond-
vmbMTnmw nt i win max. hM nrat a
"-""oar win make hts Hint ap-
Iijdr (lay. Miss Hannah Blmmoniii Sir Hareonrt
onrtly, TJtr. Ilnnnj Mix Harkaway, Mr. Kllxlrr;
pawls, r Read; Ckarle. Cenrtlf, Mr.H.ll
WAV. HlM Wait ....
To coneludo wlih Offlcer Baany'g new novelty
Mini. unHtUil '
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Mr. Knur (with nnnilwr of tllwuiaosl, Officer
Keany; Wenlrnll, of Indianapolis, Mr. David Hay:
lr. Potcreoii. M r. Fisher.
j.S'Sh'rr ' "' flnt iof Mr., I,BXNDB
SMITH & NIXON'S HALL
SANFORD'3 OPEBA TEOUf EJ
' ( For Six Night More. i'.j ,
IN CONrtFOrKNOE OF THK UNIVER
SAL demawr and lh greet auocosa, Mr. 8. alii
fmelnONlj YYKl'.K Ml) Ilk. . . . , .
On each evening a oiiango of program ma.- t
"All tbo artists lu their respective roles.
OrKRATIO, DRAMATIC. VABUIOAL, AND DEV
LIN KATIONa OF NKOIIO CHAHACTICK,
: la wbtcb Sanford'i Troapeexcali.., , ; '
BUT Doors opon at V o'clock ; commence at i. "
rickets -....-.-.........aa eanu.
Grand Picnic, '
FfUIE , IRON-!WOI.nER8' UNION OF
J. ' inciuoati win g,ve tueir seconu annual
'IONIC, at l'arlor Grove, NEXT SATURDAY,
uue 16. The fine pleasure'Stenmars Champion Nos.
ft und 4 will have the loot of Wolnut-nt. at 7 o'clock
A. M. Itj.p at Whltaker'a Lan(l!n, Nownort, Oot.
iuKton : thenoe back to Walnut-st. and Wmt'i Milt).
IMentera American Vornei and Btrlnc Banda are
vngased for the occasion.
liclteta 1 to be bad of any of tbe managers, or
ftt the boaiK on the morning of tbe picnic.
Orxat pains hare been taken to makethk THE
ri'.NlOof Itieeeason. '. . t
Those whuwl.il to nut rtxinoted to bsatthe
iMUdliiff early. By ordi-r of Coin, of Arranvf meuts.
jali-lf . . THOB. UOPK1N8, Becretary.
Pionio at Beech Grove.
rl!fr.,!,BE1,'? RTH? firs uni-
X V KKSALIBI' UllllKUH OHUTll will give a Hfc
lilc at the ah.rre beautiful Orove, on WKDNBSDAl,
June 2U. The Champion No. will lnaro the foot of
alnut.treot at 7 o'clock A. M.. the foot of Fifth
slroat at 8 o'clock, and Nowport Wharf at US o'clock.
The nuuibor of tickets iMiicd boiiiK limited, It will
lie necessary lor parties wishing to attend, to secure
tliein previous to the day of the Picnic. They can be
bad nt the store of Mr. Solon Palmer, No. 36 West
Fuurth-.treol; at tliedrug.atoreaot Mr. Alliert Itoee,
corner of Klghth and Central-aseniiaj or Mossrs.
Crowther A Brother, corner of Beyentliand Mound,
and Richmond and Baymillor, and of mvmbera of
tho Choir. Price 50 cents.
Warwood'a uadrlUe Baud will furnish nitric on
th ocoulon, . jeJ.
TW-OTIOE.-THK NAIONAli TREATRR
A In uuw lor rent lor the bummer season, fur ;The
atrioal Performances, Italian, German or Burlesque
Operas, &c, Ac, and may be had on reasonable terms,
,ty the ttight 9r week, tot particulars, apply to.
' JOHN BATKS,
national Theater Building,
pupiltof tbe lilllsborouKh Ft-inaU CoUeg. By Crl
-n. , i , V, JOHN jHUBCff, Jsr. i A
titf West JTourth-ttreet.
tOLD MKDAI, PIANOS-THtf BKST IN
W AMKRICA.-HteckS Orupe'i (of mtm I
Yorkj powerful ttud uoulile
artnlctlua (Concert IManor pro
lit aoe4 by Llntn, Tfaalbcrganaofhnr
Jtltat artlntii tha bnxt In nxlntncA.
w wlU Ml) lower for cnh than any othor dtmlar in
tha city, l'lauo and MlodoonH tuned aod rnpnlred
tKrouahlr. Hanoa to let nt from 96 to $14 porrjiiar
tr. Mujfcal limtrnnionta aelliuff at half-pricM. Do
not boy or not a Piano until you have called and ax
axulnod the abovn,
. BliliilNQA BRO.,Sol Awnta,
i t i Piano lniUera and Uakem. -
feir '' No. 227 W. Fiflu-atroet, near Plan. .
MA DAM IS KLL.IK, M. D., HAS FOUND
at lat just what the Ladtoi have long nnedad
mud lookwl for lu Tain, tbe UTKKINK XL1XIR.
The Uratine Elixir la warranted to cure all dlf
rasva of a uterine nature; Inflammation of the
Womb, tho Khlueya, the Ovnri, and the Urethra,
I'rolaptmi or Falling of tho Womb, Painful Mnntm
hilon, Cttloroala. Araenorrhea; in imct, a perfect cure
If guaranteed by tha um of from two io five bottle of
the Elixir, of any dlaeiMe whatererof the Oeneratire
e ud Urinary Organa, of male or female, no matter of
ktow long ntAuding. Price $1 pr bottle.
MADAME KLLI8 calls particular attention to the
following Card of one of tha moet prominent Dmg
Kltitaaf Oinoinnatii -Te
PubUe mud tk LatUm 4m Particular;
"We, the nndertlgned. are not In the habit of git
Jug our name to Patent Medicines; but knowing well
the Lady Phynlclan, and the medicino called the
Ut trine ICllxIr, we cheerfully recommend H to all fe
malee utforuig from Jb'omale Dieaiee of any kind; it
In purely vegetable, and in no caho can do Injury; we
ay to all try, and our word for it, yon will And relief,
"IT. P. HILL, Druggist.
"Corner of Fifth and Bace iiroeta."
. -e M; ALSO-
MADAME TILTH S SPANISH SIMULATING
CO COlf AND LIVKK BALtlAM enres, without fail,
Pa his In the Breast, Back, tilde or Limbs; Coughs,
:ne, iiutuioacy, ueariDurn, inronio itueumatumt
illouM Colic. Crumn Colic. Orlninff Puiii of the
Bowuls, Bullnnss, Stupor, Iuactlrlty. Los of Appe
tite, and In Painful Menstruation It is a certain eure,
andgtTos Immetllate relief. In any of the above Ula
emtes it will tfivi relief In twenty minutes, and a ner-
maunt euro by the use of two bottles. Only MloenU
per bottleo etioup that eVer person ean gut it.
N. B.-ForimJo by f. 1. HILLBru((gn.t, coi
Of KAiw 'and Fifth-strMtH ; J. B. PARK, corns;
r Jane 'aud Kirth-streetH: J, D. PARK, c
KouHU and Walnut: HUniB, KCKSTKIN
KouMb and .Walnut: HU IKE. K(;KHTEI N A CO..
ciufterVin aud JTourth; JOIIM II('KH0N corner
uf tlhth and rreeman; KDWARD SCAN I. AN i
10, wrn.r of Main and Fourth; and MADAMB
tLLIH. U4 West tf lx tu-etreei.
BEMOVSD 1UOM 50 WEST BIXTH-8TBEIT.
-MTONKT LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW.
i'A K Lit Jam! allliuds of Murchanaisa. at lew
Sates of intori'st, al No. 1V3 V Uie-itreot, Mtweea
. Franconl's KldlDg School
A uodersigued back to Paris, rrauco, ha offers for
sale lbs lease of his Biding Hohooi, nine stalls and
the roof. Ladles and gentlemen wishing Ui purchase
baddies and Uuraea, pfeaee csll t ,v Wt
biitL-.troet. HENHY FBANuoNl,
JelO-f i.ate Proprietor New York Hippodrome.
NO Tilt ICKIiAYBlt AND I'LAM-
and John, ClucTunati, 0.
17 f lim-sl., Deuseen ueBinuHtreaue
iioun, ciuciuoaii, v.
Bepalrinc dune on the shortest notloe. jelo-f s
IOU OH BAP BOOTS jAND SHOES,
, f adlaa' fiilei eiippsrs." ? '
0uta' Aim sewed Calf Bouts, i.
faiiwa uvwvu WJiaf,
If lU.a .naV'l.ll.lpun'. n.u.i. ..M Sit!
Ooiothe BoilouCTieapBboesture, 1J0 f lflh-sirast.
KiNGLIft uHAHDWARB PAPEK.-W
J j are sole Ag suls for the bust Hnglish Ilardwar
I'aper, aud have on baud a full asaoituwntof regular
it aaud weiht,o which ws iuella thav sttMttivB
til Jiaiuwwe 1 lora. Vruuiilsts, 4o.
i T and TU WaluuWstiwst .
nCI.KO BltlHEAD ' PAPKR. rr t0
reauirt ruisa 2, 4, i and S to aluiet of suaariof
duality of Paper, just received ana rtir suie by
NlXUlf g DHA1HELI1
7T and 71 walnui-strees.
w. B. aAlPWIH. 'I l J. r.'IALRWIH
BALDWIN tie BALDWIN,
'nriHG GBLEBIIATBD FARINA
TT C'RAOKBItH-ftUde from msterlaT prepared
fisiitt that iwrtlou of ttie hgi.t whleh In nmal Qtitrl-
tluu. ans kwaithful. Taey are aleo dellghtna tm tks
taste, and lor
rhainu and r I
r pixrfeastonal geutlw
, baaera, mer
clerk, they may be need lor Umck witk
freat advantage in maintaining a healthful regular
ly of the system. A A HON A. COLT Kit.
i .u Jos.aitaudaMaa-Wei;5'
... Ttl lliU HrttMli.iVf
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.iTOLjlll, NO. 111.
CINCINNATI. FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 15, 1860.
PRICE ONE CENT.
Itmt Huiti-i' mlirVf fasterthan City time,
a. n. and i r. m. uoiomDos Acoommodatlon,
4 P. M. . Xanla Accommodation, 8 P. M. .
OlHOWItATt, BMItTO AN BsTTOK 7 mlniitsg
raster than city time, a A. ., IOiIO A. M., Si30
P. M. and e P. B . HaJtnlltoa AcoomniodsUoa, 8 A.
M. snd3i3P. M., ,
Ohio ax1 Mintstrim U mlniiteg slower than
CHty time, 4iJ3 A. M. and flij p. M. Lonbrrllle
Aocommodatloo, 9 P. M. t
, lH.Luurot.it AitD Onwntgari Huobt-Lmi (U
nniriei siowwr tnan uity time, 9i40 A. M II18O
A.M. and 6 P. M. :
1 MiltiTTA 1KB OinciNgATi-r ulnnteg falter than
City time, 8i45 A. M. and 3i30 P. M.
Ootikotoii sis laxixoTOH-lClty time, 5i4S A.
M. and 9iij,l P. M.
CiKcHtKan, Kicaaotra am IDiAAoLtsa A.
M., 3i30 P. at., p. tt.
imti gtuat-3100 A. M., 8 A. M., Ili04 A. H.
a4 4140 P.M.-- -
Oaio iaaMiMiHim-Vt30 A. M., l'Ji8 P. H.
and 0i3O P. M.
OlHCINKiTI, IIiaaTOM AMD Dattok Tt48 A. M.,
10i4 A. M., 1 P. M Bi30 P. M., Tt35 P. M. an4
OilSP.U.. 4 , - 1, , - , .
iNDIANAPOLta AgD ' ClMCIRllATI 10ll3 A. M.,
4 P. M. and 14 P. M.
Minima Asa OtxaiaaATi-lOiOS A.' M. and
'atap.a. ; , i s
CovmoToie amd LgxiROToM 10i33 A. H. and
4i58 P. At.
UlNCINMATI, BirMHOND AND InDlaNArotH Tl48
A. MhJP- M., Oi30P. M. .
Tbe Court-house of Taylor County, Va
was struck, by lightning on Wednesday.
"Beauty, dear readers, t the woman you
lops whatever ehe may seem to othors."
Mrs. Elizabeth Kemper, aged 101 years,
died in Rappahannock County, Va, on the
8th lnrt. ' i 1
Mies L. L. K. Spaulding, a member of the
Cape Puluios Protestant Episcopal Minsion,
died recently in Africa.
At the recent reporters' festival at Boston,
a sermon was preached from Prov. 15, 50. "A
good report maketh the bonee tut."
The German printers of New York city are
to hold a festival in honor of Guttenberg, the
inventor of printing, on the Fourth of July.
' The contmct for the United States Court
house in Baltimore has been awarded to N
Osborne, of Rochester, N. Y., at $112,808.
1 Lady Franklin is expected to visit America
by the return trip of the steamer Adriatic,
by invitation of the owners of the lini
' Dean Swift remarked that "Every poor
man keeps s dog. and every d d poor man
keeps two dogs.
! At Toulon, in Franoe, 14,000 men, includ
ing 3,000-convictfl-, are at present employed
as workmen in the arsenal.
Alexander McMillan was robbed last week
while asleep at bis residence in Alleghany
Co., N. C, of $3,000 or $4,000 in bank notes.
! The idle man is the devil's hireling, whose
livery is rafts, whose diet and wages are
famine and disgrace.
1 One-half vennv a day will bur food in
China sufficient to enable a man to live com-
tiina occupied by Teasels in going from
Frauclsco, Cat., to Sbanghal, Chiua, ia
less than forty days.
' The smoke pipe of a flooring mill fell upon
Frederick Stager, at Chicago, on Tuesday
hist, and orushed him to death. ; . :
The Hartford (Conn.) Timtt says in that
region the promise of fruit was never more
abundant, . ; , , f 1. i
; The Mount Vernon (Io-va) Newt tells of a
Dip, at that place, which was born with eight
eg".,.. ... ,
. Judge Wolf, of Virginia, has just published
a work, entitled, Ilelper'i Impending Critii
ittnttua. ' , .
I Lam numbers of the seventecn-vear lo
custs have been already found in Burlington
County, New Jersey.
It .Ail wish vnnp tiAirrlttvw in nniln. viu
buy a dog and tie him up in the collar all
nignt. . llioy won t sleep tor tmniung of
' A subscription list has been opened in New
York for tbe relief of the Rurvivinir lunerera
of the recent terrible tornado in Iowa and
Illinois. . '' '
1 A large cat-fish, caught in the Mississippi,
near Memphis, TonnM recently, disgorged a
lady's hand, which it had swallowed in the
Nicholas Bradshaw was with the New York
Hook and Ladder Company No. 4, recently,
when he was thrown down and the truck
passing Tver his head crushed his skull.
Saxony, not larger than Rhode Island and
Connecticut, keeps 3,500,000 sheep; England
and Wales, 26,000,000, and the whole united
States only 21,000,000.
Durinir a recent fitrht among- a number of
Germans at RichlaudT in this Htate, Barnhardt
martz struck- wm. KicKey tv mistake wltu a
knife and killed him at once. ., '.,
The drags of Ann Bealg. while in a .Lata of
Intoxication, caught tire a few days since
near Boston, Mass., and she was so shock
ingly burnt that she died in a short time.
A steainboiit a mere skiff about thirty
feet lou if. five feet beam, and two feet deen.
has arrived at Chicago from Hkaueateles, N.
Y- to go South for a pleasure boat. .
An engineer on ' the New York ' Central
Railroad was recently mistaken near Niagara
for the "Benicia Boy," and received with
marked demonstrations. . '
Two eirls. emigrants lust arrived from
Eurorje. were recently inveiirled into a house
of ill-fame in New York, and at last accounts
naq not oeen iouna, . , .
Accordincr to aCongtitntinnnlo cnrrnannnrl-
eat, the weather was still so cool there on
tue lutu ult., pat nres were necessary to
comfort, 't . : .'i . 1 ' .;. t
The Sailor' Home, of Loudon, during: the
thirty-three years of its existence, has given
succor and shelter to 39,148 seamen. Last
year 8,225 boarders were received.
The'. steam fire department of Baltimore
operates not only efficiently, but very eoonom
ica.117.' 1 oo expenses 01 m. prwent year
wiU npr exceed. $50,000. M , ,.
San Francisco is Bi-owiusr dull. There were
but two libel suits and three divorce cases
there during the week on which our latest
fetters from there were written. . , . 1
A young; well-dressed and handsome
woman. Dams' unknown, jumped from oue
of the New York ferries, the other day, and
was urowueu. : it 1 uH ......
- John Vogel, a painter, fell from a scaffold
In New York, a day or two ago, aud fractured
his skull to badly that, he died in a few
hours. ... , , , , , ... ,.: .
John Vau Btevenburgh. an ', employ at
Wells's distillery ia New York, was iataUv
scalded the other evening, by tailing into one
of the .tubjy and. died the following uighV, -j
1 iri" A. R. Street has presented the Yale
College (at -New Haven) Cabinet of Coin a
collection of 4tW nieces, about 300 of which
m vwpo. miu tin nsiawuw jpfw auiu all res.
t ' Hill..:
Iil.' li'.til 11 1
Canine Law in New York—Execution of
Dogs by the Wholesale.
The New York Timet, in alengthy descrip
tion of the dog-pound In that city, thus
describes the manner of ridding the city of
The hold of the barge is devoted to the
purpose of securing such doga as are brought
in, until a specified time, after which, such
dogs as hnvo not been reclaimed, are drowned
ana handed over to the offal contractor, who
chops them up for manure. On Monday
there were ninety-six dogs drowned, on
Tuesday eighty, on Wednesday eighty, and
Thursday about seventy. The tank in which
tha dogs aro drowned will hold about two
hundred and sixty. 1 It is sixteen fret long by
eleven feet wide. After the victims are
brought op from the hold and placed in the
tank, tbe refractory ones being quieted by a
few taps of the club, a cover is secured to the
tank, and enough Croton let on to drown the
lot. The offal carts are then backed to the
pier, the sluices opened, and the dead bodies
of the slain are carried off to fertalize the
surrounding country, and probably return to
us ere long as component parts of strawber
ries, lettuce, potatoes, and other excellent
vegetables. A fee of two dollars is charged
the owners of dogs that arc reclaimed; aud so
great was the numlier of valunblo dogs cap
tured last year, that the institution, which
then cost about $4,500 for rapturing 9,000
doga, almost paid for itself. The dog seniion
lasts from Juue to September, und owing to
the fifty cents paid heretofore for each dog
brought to the pouud, the trade was always
brisker than it has been this year, when only
twenty-five cents is paid per caput, Thore is
less temptation for the boys to steal dogs, or
to import them from adjacent places.
The Troubles in China—Movements of the
A Shanghai correspondent writes thence
on the 7th of April thus:
The rebels are said to lie in force near the
great city of Hong-Chow, aud to be gathering
strength and influence. Their movements
are watched with anxiety, as the rcgiou likely
to be under their control, if successful, will
command eutirely the most important tea
and silk-growing districts of the Empire. A
report was circulated a fow days since that
Hong-Chow had fallen into the hands of the
rebels. This report created great consterna
tion among the more wealthy residents of the
old city of Shanghai, several hundred of
whom removed at once from the city, either
taking rooms in the foreign settlement or
going into the country. More recent news
ns served to quiet the people. It seems that
the rebel forces did get possession of the
suburbs, and eveu forced their way into the
city, from which they were afterward driven
by the Imperial troops, after a bard-fought
battle. They are said to be now entrenched
within sight of the city wall, committing sad
depredations upon the poor and inoffensive
inhabitants of the rural districts, and devas
tating the country. It is pitiful to see the
terror of these helpless reople, on account of
the danger that threatens them from within,
as well as from their external foes.
Romantic Life of ah English Physician.
A Constantinople correspondent speaks of
meeting there an English physician, whose
life has been a complete romance from the
time when, in 1824, lie landed, burning with
enthusiasm, in Greece, and attended Lord
Byron's death, at Missilougbi, to the present
moment, when, after separating from his first
wife, a Catholic, who ran away from him,
4adtsB0Wm termite f 11 Tmlafca. biniiaia. ..
losing by death his secund, a Greek, who. at
the time- of bis marriage with her, wnt a
widow with two children be now fiadg
himself tbe husband of a Protestant lady,
descended directly from the old Huguenots,
and the father of four different sets of
children, who belong to as many different
religions, of whom four are Protestants, two
are Greeks, two are Catholics, and one, a
grown-up young man, is a Mussulman, and
an officer in the Turkish service I . The whole
family is an unusual "alliance" of some kind,
whether it be "Evangelical," or not; bat the
D&ctor and his wife, and several of the
children, are sincere Christians.
The Discovirv op Phosphorus. It is now
just two hundred years since phosphorus was
1 .1.1.: j 1 . n 1 . T. . , ,
urst uuiaiuvu uy xrana, 01 uamourg. ao
wonderful was the discovery then considered
that Kraft, an eminent philosopher of the
day, gave Brand $300 for the secret of its
preparation. Kraft then traveled, and visited
nearly all the courts of Europe exhibiting.
Phosphorus resembles bees-wax, but is more
transparent, approaching to the color of am
ber. Its name, which is derived from the
Greek, signifies "light bearer," and is indica
tive of its most distinguishing quality, being
self-luminous. Phosphorus, when exposed
to air, shines like a star, giving out a beauti
ful lambent, greenish light. Phosphorus dis
solves in warm sweet oil. If this phosphor
ized oil be rubbed over the fare in the dark,
the features assume a ghastly appearance,
and the experimentalists looks like a verita
ble living Will-o'-the-Wisp. . . ' . .
A Casc of Conndbial Scandal in St.
Lodis. A highly respectable merchant on
Second-street, in St. Louis, married a young
and interesting lady not long since, thinking
her as pure as the unsUtiued snow. She has
roved quite otherwise, however, aud another
econd-street merchant is accused of leading
the lady astray. The husband feels indig
nant, of course. The wife ought to recent,
but she won't. The husband at first threat,
ened to "shoot, kick, Btab and kill" the man
who has Injured him; but he bus fiuully con
cluded to do what is much worse bring the
mutter before the courts.
A Nsw Pripabation fob Growth or the
Hair. The Chicago Herald observes: "A
young lady friend of ours recently commenced
the-use of sage-water to promote the growth
of her hair, upon rocommeudatiou of a ooiffeur,
and has now bad to discontinue its duily use
because it made her hair too thick. To pre-
are this, pour boiling water on the sage
eaves, and let them remain some time in an
oven or near a stove; then strain it and apply
it daily to the roots of the hair. If any pom-
uo is ueeiieu, su equal mixture 01 cocoa
cut and olive oil. with little perfume, la
Pbolifio Oil Wbxls in New York. The
oil product of TItusville, N. Y., is still on the
Increase. There are now twenty-four paying
wells in the vicinity of that town, which pro
dace on an average about twenty barrels per
day. It is difficult to ascertain the exact
number of wells in process of boring ; at last
account there were nearly five hundred. It
has been proved by experiment that this oil
contains of illuminating properties 66 per
tsui, suowiuk; si supvgriuruy over COOl Oil OI
30 jer cent.' ' - : : -rr . . j"
Extbaobdinamt Fact A Chancery Scit
Tsbminatbo A citizen of Philadelphia hag
Just received the amount of s judgment, with
Interest and costs, in a case commenced in
one of the courts of Pennsylvania in 1833.
Tbe suit has been strenuously contested, and
tho defendant threw the case into the Court
of Chonuerv gome Veurs asm. ' hv wstv. nf
effectually burying it, .. Several, attorneys
wuu at uiuerciib limps were eugngeu in 11
have died. ' 'f ' ' ', ,',
' Tbi Pbinoi of Wales's Companions. The
Prince of Wales will be accompanied to New
York not only by a Secretary of State as
representing the Crown, but by her Majostv's
Irst great officer of the household, and one
who has been a Lord Lieutenant of Ireland
thus to b certain extent ' representing tbe
Queen hereelf. end adding an additional im
portance and dignity to tueviiitof the Prince.
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The Greeley-Seward Letter.
New Yorx, June 14. The subjoined is Mr.
Greeley's letter to Mr. Seward :
NEW YORK, Saturday, Nov. 11, 1854.
Gov. Seward Dear Sift The election is
now over, and its result sufficiently ascer
tained. It seems to me fitting time to an
nounce to you the dissolution of the political
firm of Seward, Weed A Greeley, by the
withdrawal of the junior partnor, said wiih
drawai to take effect on the morning after
the first Thursday in February next: and, as
it may seem a great presumption in me to
assume that any such firm exists, especially
since the public) was advised more than a
year ago by an editorial In the firming
Journal, formally reading me ont of the Whig
party, that I was no longer esteemed useful
or ornamental in the concern. You will, I
am sure, indulge me in soma reminiscences
which seem to befit the occasion. I was a
poor, young printer, an editor of a literary
journal, a very active and bitter Whig; in a
small way, but not seeking to be known out
of my own Ward Committee. When, after
the great political revolution of 1837, 1 was
one day called to the City Hotel, where two
strangers introduced themselves as Thurlow
Weed and Lewis Benedict, of Albany. They
told me that a cheap campaign paper nf a
peculiar stamp at Albany, bad been resolved
upon, and that I had been selected to edit it.
The announcement might well be deemed
flattering by one who bad never sought the
notice 01 the great, and who was not known
as a partizan writer, and I eagerly embraced
They asked me to fix my salary for a year.
I named $1,000, which they agroed to, and I
did tho work required, to the best of my
ability. It was work that made no figure,
and created no sensation, but I loved it, anil
I done it well when it was done. You were
Governor, dispensing offices worth from
$3,000 to $20,000 per year to your friends
and compatriots, and I returned to my garret
and my crust- and by desperate battle with
Iiecuuiary obligations heaped upon me by a
ad partner in business and the disastrous
events of 1837. I beliove it did not then oc
cur to me that gome one of these abundant
places might have been offered to me with
out injustice. I now think it should have
occurred to you. if it did occur to me, I
was not the muu to ask for it. I Ihink that
should not have been necessary. 1 only re
member that no friend at all inquired as to
my pecuniary circumstances.
That your friend, but not mine. Hubert. (T
Wetmore, was oue of the chief dispensers of
your patronage ncre, ana mat suctt devoted
compatriots as A. H. Wells and John Hunks.
were lifted by you out of pauperism into in
dependence, as I am glad I was not; and yet
an inquiry from you as to my needs and
means at that time, would have been timely,
and held ever in grateful remembrance.
In the Harrison campaign of 1840 I was
mii rl.w. I ..--. ....'
, uuiKunKu w cuib a laiupaigu paper.
I published it as well, and ought to have
made something by it, in spite of its extreme
low price. My extreme poverty was the
main reason why I did not.
' It compelled me to have press work, mail
ing, 4c, done by the job, and high charges
fur extra work nearly ate me up. At the
close I still, without property and in debt,
but this paper, bad rather improved my posi
tion. Now came the great scrabble of the
Swell mob of coon-minstrels and cider-suckers,
at Washington; 1 not being counted in.
Several regiments of them went on from this
city, but no one of the whole crowd, though
I say It, who should not had done so much
tawttff'fAa.ThtmsoVs rjoosrrranon an elec
tion tu yours resnecttully. ' '
t I asked nothing, expected nothing; but you.
Gov. Seward, ought to have asked that I
might be postmaster of New York. Your
uking would have been in vain, but it would
have been an ant of grace, neither wasted nor
undeserved. 1 soon after started the Tribune,
because I was urged to do so by certain ol
your friends, and because such a paper was
I was promised certain pecuniary aid in so
doing. It might have been given me with
out cost at risk to any one. All I have had
was a loan by piece-meal of $1,000 from Jas.
Cogshall. God bless his honored memory.
I did not ask for this ; I think it is the one
sole case in which I ever received a pecuni
ary favor from a political associate. I am
very thankful that be did not die till he was
fully repaid; and let me here honor one
grateful recollection, when tho Whig party
under,j your rule, had offices to give, my
name was never thought of, but when in '42,
'43 we were hopelessly out of power, I was
honored with the party nomination of State
When we came again to have a State Printer
to elect as well as nominate, the place went
to Weed, as it ought; yet it was worth some
thing to know that there was once a time
when it was not deemed too great a sacrifice
to recognize me as belonging to your house
If a new office had not since been created
on purpose to give its valuable patronage to
H. J. Raymond, and enable St. John to show
forth its Timet as the ortrau of the Whin-
Stato Administration, I should have been
sun more grateiut. in 1B4S your star again
rose, and my warmest hopes were realized
in your election to the Senate. I was no lon
ger needy, and hod no more desire to be re
cognized by General Taylor. I think I had
some claim to forbearance from you; what I
received thereupon was a most uUmiliating
lecture, iu the shape of a decision in the like
cose of Hedlield k Pringle, and an obligation
to publish it in my own and other journals of
your supposed firm I thought, and still think,
this lecture needlessly cruel aud mortifying.
The plaintiffs, after using my columns to the
extent of their needs and desires, stopped
writing, and called on me for the name of
their assailant. I proffered it to them a
thorough, responsible man. They refused to
accept Tt unless it should prove to be one of
the four or five first men in Bataviu, when
they had known from the first who it was,
aud that it was neither of them. They would
not accept that which they had demanded.
They sued me instead for money, and money
you were at liberty to give to them to your
Philadelphia, June 13. The Japanese
spent the afternoon in visiting Girard Col
lege, the Penitentiary, the Circus and other
institutions, In detachments. All were very
much pleased with the sights.
It is stated that an assay was not made out
at the Mint this morning.. The Japanese in
sisted on baying a whole cobang assayed,
and gold, and silver, and copper given in
separate portions too small to admit of.
The Superintendent proposed that several
be melted together, and a sample analyted.
This was objected to. A settlement may yet
be reached. This evening they are receiving
visitors. ' . : .
Later from Havana.
Charleston, June 14. The steamship
leabel arrived lost evening from Havana, on
the ICtli. .
Sugars advancing. Molasses quiet.
Clansan ft Ourbouett, merchants at Havana,
had failed lbr a large sum.
It was officially declared that the Inter
national Bank had collapsed.
' A noted highwayman named Calliz had
beeu arrested on board the schooner Jterritt,
from New York.
1 Twelve of the crew of the slaver Don Juan
had been arrested at Havana.
Porto Rico advices are unimportant.
, PrroEoao, June 14 M. River five feet
one inch by the pier-mark, and falling.
Weather clear and warm. , '
Conclusion of Wednesday's Congressional
WASHINGTON, June 14.
SENATE Mr. Wilson said the Govern
ment has gone in debt $50,000,000. He did
not believe the coming importations would
afford sufficient revenue for the requirements
of the appropriations, and pay the interest
of the debt. He, there foto, advocated an
11:1 euro ui luo ukrui w ineei ine exigencies.
Mr. Toombs read the Civil Appropriation
Bill, with the amendments of the Senate Fi
nance Committee, showing that every one
made was to fulfill contracts, and carry out
existing laws. The Republicans of the House
appeared to be economical by honest con
tractors, and carrying on a gystons of profli
gacy in appropriating $7,000,000 to fraudu
Mr. Higler said he . did not tike to hear such
imputations cast on the department of Sena
tors who voted for the measure. He did not
like the way the Senator spoke about it.
Mr. Toombs said he would give way for an
explanation, but should not for a Senator to
protest against what he said. Ha bad dis
claimed any imputation to any Senator.
Mr. Bigler said he did protest.
Mr. Toombs roplied that if he was not satis
fied with the remarks, he conld get satisfac
tion here or outside of the Chamber. lie was
speaking of the Government, and made no
personal imputation. He continued to show
that the Republicans were friends of extrava
gance. They were deep in corruption in all
the legislatures of the North, and God only
knows what they would do if they got the
Mr. Doolittle asked the Senator if he did
not recollect the Zazos grant in Georgia,
when the people buried the records of the
State. .... , .
Mr. Toombs roplied that some dishonest
men got in the Legislature, as is the case of
new oiaies, Dut me people nung some of
tnem, ana run otners out ot tue state. They
were not honest enough in Wisconsin to do
After further debate the amendment for
funding for five years the $20,000,000, was
nsrreed to. Ayes 29: navs 19. .
Mr. Sebastian offored an amendment, ap-
nMn.!uitiifft.ttnniUi ft.- i -1-1
..i.ulii. v-,uvfv,uw, iu, jia,iuj mid visum.
of the Choctaw Indians under the treaty
stipulations, which, after much debate, was
carried over by an odjournmentat ten o'clock.
HOUSE hvENINU Sumion. The House
re-assembled at seven o'clock, when the last
of a series of resolutions was adopted by 10
The last resolution is as follows:
Rttolved, That tbe appointment by Secre
tary Toucey, of Daniel 13. Martin, Chief En
gineer, as a memrjer ot tlie Hoard of Engi
neers, to report upon proposals for construct.
Ing machinery for the United States, said
Martin at the time beinir pecuuiarilv inter
ested in some of said proposals, is hereby
censured by the House.
The Senate bill amendatory of the act to
aaccrmiu auu seme private jana claims in
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vaiiiuriiia, was poasea;
Mr. Gurley, from tbe Printing; Committee.
reported a resolution that 15,000 copies of the
agricultural parr, 01 tne ratent uince Keport
be printed for the nse of the Patent Office,
and 10,000 for distribution by members of the
' Mr. Clark, of Missouri, moved to increase
the whole number to 30,000.
Motion agreed to by SO majority, and the
resolution was passed by 102 against 60.
Mr. Gurley also reported a resolution.
which was passed, to print live thousand
extra copies of the report of the Regent of the
Smithsonian Institute of 185ft also, m resnlii-
uuis. .tvaclut'tua same jru tuber atl tiwitv4
the report of Lient. Iwta, on the expforaaoi
of tholoradotb7w ! . Thi? was tJl
t Mr. Burlingame secured, under the suspen-
siuu 01 tne rutes, me neiuue ism lor tne re
lief of Jr rancis Doinese.
The claim bos been long contested.
The greatest possible confusion prevailed
throughout the proceedings. Gentlemen fre
quently complained that they could not un
derstand what was going on.
Mr. Martin, of Va, said tbe noise was ow
ing to strangers being on the floor, and called
on the Speaker to entorce tbe rules.
The Speaker gave directions accordingly,
but this . produced no sensible improve
ment. Repeated motions were made to adjourn,
and one, at half-past nine P. M., prevailed.
Adjourned. ' ' , '
Additional by the Niagara.
Halifax, June 13. The Niagara arrived
here at half-past seven this evening. She has
78 passengers for Boston, at which port she
will be due early Friday morning.
The reports of Garibaldi's successes are
confirmed. He attacked Palermo from the
south side, nt four o'clock on the morning of
the 27th, and penetrated to the center of the
city, flog in hand, after a desperate combat of
six hours' duration, and during on active
uoiuuurmneni oy sea ana tana.
The Royal troops retired to the palace and
the othor publio buildings. Hostilities were
renewed, and the Royal Palace was token by
the people, aud in the evening burnt down.
Loss in killed and wounded verv consider
able. . 1 . ,.
Other towns in Sicily had risen. .
Tbe bombardment still continued on tbe
31st It was said the Government was de
liberating on tbe proposition to order its dis
continuance. . . 1 ..u '. ... . j
The troops were concentrated in the Castle,
on which Garibaldi commenced an attack at
noon on the 28th. . The Enorlisk Admiral had
offered protection to American oitirons at
raiermo. . ; . ... .
There was a crreat agitation in tha Cnnrt
and Ministry at Naples. The Ministers ten
dered their resignation on the 29th. A Lib
eral Cabinet was expected to be formed.
uarioaiui was aireaay carrying out impor
tant administration reforms at all nbu cs in
his power. '
Great Britain Parliament had nuuunm.
bled. Important papers relative to China
were submitted, giving full particulars of the
ultimatum, and tbe Chinese reply.
The Wnmarum demanded ample apology for
the Peiho affair. .
The restoration of the runs and shins lost
on that occasion; the ratification without de
lay of the Tein-Sein treaty at Pekin; and an
indemnity of 4,000,000 tools for military ex
penses through tbe Canton affair.
The Chinese reply refuses an apology for
the Peiho mutter, declines an Embassador to
go to Pekin, naming Peitang as the place of
ratification instead of Pekin: refuses to restore
the guns and ships, or consider tbe payment
of an indemnity, and refers Mr. Bruce to the
regulations carried out at the reception of the
American Mission. 1 ::. - .1 ! . v :
These Dapert disnel all hone of an amicable
settlement. Lord John Russell explained the
nature of the Russian proposition relative to
the Christians in Turkey, and said Austria,
Prussia and England dissented and proposed
that Turkey herself should Institute an in
quiry as to the state of the Christians, which
proposition the Sultan was acting npon.
Accident at Sandusky.
Sandoskv, O., June 14. The balcony of
the West House, crowded with people to
witness the firemen's tournament, has Just
fallen. Mn, Wales, of Clyde, leg broken, wife
badly bruised; Mr. Arres and sister, of Tiffin,
badly braised in the head and chest; Mr. Tay
lor, of. Tiffin, arm broken; Miss Mlnnoy, of
Tiffin, chant crushed; Mrs. Blaok, of Vermil
lion, arm crushed; Mr. Costin, of Bellefbun
talne, ribs broken; John Ross, of Sandusky,
terribly disfigured. Several others received
smaller: injuries). Mr. Rice, of Findlay, arm
broken. .: 1 v . ..t'
I .: '! I' 1 ' mi .1 in! ' 1 (.'; j
Arrival of the Vigo.
New Yoei, June l4iThe steamship Vigo
has arrived.: Advioee anticipated. 1: . : j-
I i;t in a t n ti;3 ! riritt
i I t'iJtiijt . .oli-'lu'f iii fil'jni, vi-i ''.(.t
From St. Louis.
St. Loots, June 13. Judge Reber, of the
Court of Common Pleas, this afternoon over
ruled the motion for a new trial in the cose of
Carstang t. Shaw. ' ! ' '
Tbe award of premiums for tbe best hogs
head of manufactured and shinning- tobacco.
raised in this State, was made at the State
Tobacco warehouse to-day.
The first premium of $40. best manufav
lured, was awarded to John A. Conner, of
The second of $30, to John Craighead, ' of
mis coumy. .
The first premium of $30, for shipping leaf,
was awarded to Jesse Criddle, of Cape Girar
deau. The second of $20, to the same.
The first premium hogshead was bought by
B. W. Lewis A Bros., of Glasgow, for $250
per hundred pounds, tho highest price ever
paid in the country. -
The second premium sold to Leggett &
Dousmnn. of St. Louis, for $75 per hun
dred pounds. All competing tobacco of
fered for sale brought extraordinary high
Chicago, June 13. A fire at Belvidere,
Illinois, destroyed the Union Block, owned
by Neelv & Co.; the drug store of W. R.
Woodruff, and the grocery of O. 8. Ingersoll.
Loss $50,(XH. Insured for $20 000. The fire
was caused by the explosion of a fluid lamp.
The Members of a Wealthy New York
Dry Goods Firm Formerly Detective Policemen.
The New York correspondent of the Boston
Pott relates the following novel story:
The handsomest structure on Broadway,
devoted to the retailing of dry goods and
controlled by one of our most progressive
firms, furnishes so nice a point tor a moral,
and such brilliant adornment for a tale, that
I am tempted to tell a short story about the
origin of the firm who own it. The origina
tors of the house, now of thirty years' stand
ing, were two members of the London police,
wiio were contentedly plodding in their re
spective beats until a bold und successful
robbery of jewels, owned by a lady of noble
lineage, and intrinsically of immense value,
was one day announced, along with a tempt
ing reward to whoever might be shrewd
enough or lucky enough to find and restore
them to the loser. The prospect of uttainiug
comparative wealth by earning thin reward
prompted these heroes of my story to become
partners in various plaus by which they hoped
to discover the burglar and his booty. After
fiatient and persistent labors, and many well
aid trajis, they succeeded in ferreting out
the mystery and gaining the promised recom
pense. The reward was liberal enough to
justify their retiring from the "force ' and
emigrating to America. Here they formed
a partnership and commenced retailing dry
goods. Their method of doing business was
peculiar and progressive. The result of
their harmonious and prudent action was
tho accumulation of great wealth. In fact,
so successful were they that one of tbe orig
inators of tbe house retired some years sinco,
taking with him in cash five hundred thou
A Woman's Opinion—Walt Whitman and
Relations of the Sexes.
I We quoted tbe other day an opinion of
Mrs. Julietta H. Branch, on the author of the
of Qratt,. and now add something
1 JlT1 . " niiman assumes to regard woman
itiS.'S "!?fum.en .gratification of
his desires, and the Dln<lt.iiii nf 1 Ha. ta.
cies. To him all women are the some, with
but this difference: the more sensual have
the preference, as they promise greater in
dulgence. His exposition of bis thoughts
shows conclusively that with him the con
gress of the sexes is a purely animal affair,
and with his ridiculous egotism he vaunts his
prowess as a stock-breeder might that of the
pick of his herd. . . . ,, ...
It is bad enough, I submit, for a person to
be so utterly brutalized. There needs not
the further degradation of publishing his
brutality. A true man regards the intimate
relations he may sustain toward the woman
who holds his affections, as something too
holy to be lightly talked of, too aocred to be
bruited abroad. To the true man, the con
gress of the sexes is a sacrament holy se
cret locked in the breasts of two persons,
which it were gross profanation to expose
to tho gaze of any beside. . To such an one,
ail women are not the same; nor is capacity
for beastly indulgence the distinguishing
trait of the chosen one. '
Social Fusion of Hirbrnia and Japan.
While the princes preserve a dismal dignity,
and seem to set their face determinedly
against any expression of enjoyment, says a
Philadelphia correspondent, the many of tho
Emlmssy are as much disposed to be delighted
with every thing and every body. The ser
vants have already formed acquaintances
with various servants of tbe hotel especially
the chambermaids and the Japanese and
Hibernians take great delight inplaying hide-and-go-to-seek,
blind-man s-buff and other
childish games. Some of the more intelligent
are busily at work studying our language.
They ask the meaning of each new word and
write down in their exercise books, with a
sort of marking brush. They also spend
much time in playing- a curious rams analo
gous to chess, on a board divided into eighty-
one squares, kneeling on cushions and smok
ing placidly while playing.
Annoyance of the Japan
There are so many persons trying to get into
the rooms of the Japanese, gays a letter
writer from Philadelphia, under the conve
nient pretext of being connected with the
press, that the committee are obliged to be
very strict in admitting annlicuntji Tl.o
Japanese themselves suspect almost every
one they see to be newspaper writers, and
though they appear gratified with the atten
tion they receive, they are not a little bored
at the persistent questioning to which they
are subjected. This annoyance is felt pecu
liarly by those of the higher rank, the in
feriors rather liking it thou otherwise,
A HUMAN Monbtkb. A maa named T,an,l.
erdale, residing in St. Francis County, Ark.,
was arrested there, a few days since, charged
with perpetrating an outrage on the person
of his own daughter, and interesting little
girl twelve years of age; and the circum
stances are such as to leave no doubt of his
awful crime. ) ..
DecliNino Newspaper Btock. Tha Peter.
burg (Va.) Intelligencer was disposed of at
auction, on Saturday, for the third time
within four years past. Tbe successful bid
der was F. W. Page, its first purchaser, to
gether with Mr. McDonald. The price bid
was $3,500, or about $5,000 less than that of
the lust purchase. ., .
SlNUULAB DltATH FROM LocUAw! Jsnsl
Cottrell, a resident of Newport, R. L, died in
that city hut Saturday, from lockjaw. On
the 29lb ult., be cut oue of his fingers with a
"reaping hook." but as the wound vu
slight, Utile notice was taken of it. Last
wees:, However, the finger began to SweU aud
look inflamed;' and lockjaw was the fatal
result,-!-, ti '-OI..K.N- .i.aT3: i....r'.
. hi' 1 ia 10 '
Albert Smith's Fcesrai Aih.rt Smith'.
funeral took place at Urompton .Cemetery.
soar uuuuuu, ua DBiuruay, i.ie Jsfltn no. Al
bis particular request, the fu jerol Was of the
pUineteWt)riptioB. .Mr,' Emith having ex?
pressed a wish that the expenses connecter
with it should not exceed twenty pounds. "
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AlTsrt laments aot wosedlnc I've Haas (asatsh
Larger advertisements Inserted at the tMlowlag ratal
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THDHB jy WANT OF A OOOD BW.
INO MACHINES Sr. IntUei to .sawln. oats
before purchasing elaewhara, . , ; , . .
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An energetic person can make a fortune In a abort
time. Agents wanted In all unsold TerTltorf.
s . . n-u- b'RtmaJ,
BoW and azolnaire agent for the United Suites, '
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Don't Head This!
of London and BaJtlntors IloapluU, wbora ha has
imu wan? jemn pruo m tno traatmant of to- '
nereal dlaaaara. bnt mur rtvrantl nf Mair V.
""Cti dUftMea are to bo fuood In thMr rankoat fcrm.
must eminent phrsloiaos in Mexico and Mpaln, th
diacoTered a remedy In one of the Mexican plants,
and fouud only lu Southern Mexico, that ramovoe, as
.. wnei. , im I.U...U utiiii irnm me srstent.
In the pnmarr or secondary form. Syphilis, la the
worst stage, permanently cured in a very short tlms,
and the system thoroughly cleansed and pure, as
If It had neyor been contaminated by that wo at of
all diseases, Syphilis. Scrofula, Leprosy and all
kinds of corruption of the blood and diseases of th. .
skin removed permanently and quickly by this pow
erful agent ana alderof nature, "Mexioe bpeoltto."
No one need be reduced to a skeleton, and suffer tha
tortures of the Inquisition, and robbed of his last "
dollar, and still not cured. Dr. Calvin also heats ail
kinds of chronic disease, with great luoos." ln
Icln. only to pay fur, a. all dlseaaee are treated fra. i
of charge, exceot by soeclal contract. P.!.... mt m
distance can be treated by sending- oorrect state. :
ucuM v. .ueir wm uj leer. aou son cents ia .
Smtage stamps. Call on or address Dr. CALVIN.
0:1 Vlnotreet. betwaaa A'Uthaua atathtM.u
Ciuclnnsti, Ohio. Now Is the time to-morrow auur
Tbe Doctor has looatod permanently la theettrv
and oaa at all times be fuuadatEu omosT '
stswsna ior vtrcuiar.
No. 203 Tine-street.,
M.H.Oek, ' l '' A.M.Oea
M. H. COOK & OO.,
FBOPBTCTORB OT : '
GREAT WESTERN PLANING MILL
BETWEEN KltlH AND SIXTHTHMTS, CTM.
I .... .WHSIAVTI, OUMAu.; , .,4 It .
turned onr attention to preparing bntMIng aiatsriils '
of BTery description, we can aaiely say that our aa
perleuo. in tbe business and our fltcllitles enable ua
to oiler inducements to bnildare in tbe oity an4 at g .
dlst.nce nnsurpaased, If eoualed, by any other aloti
lar eaubllshue.t ia the Week : i
We also manufacture Veneer, of all deoript!oaa. .
anu gaopoa nana aaaaaortneuter olabogaqv, Row ' '
lauo aa aaaortnenl or ttah'aar, Row ' '
t and Oak Voueere. Also, flue Backlog ,
tad Looklng-glaaae.. t-t - I
lavojuat received . ibrtf thoasaad fkatof
f fin. quality, which w. cau ssllat a '
lor nctures ai
P. 8..-W. hi
wuuu. nuuu, auuuaa
r. i h i .
less biu than It, has aeec beam auld A lj
seu wnri or nne quaury, wnicn w. c
j. , SPALflLIlllM,,:
PREPARED , GLUE I
Asfncn IN TIME SiT3 snoris
Save the Pleoeat
UBBFTJt I! si R Y HOrjgJ M yom
awudlus rnruiture, Toja, Crook en. Giaaawaia.
Wholeaala Dee.t. 'No. 4S Ceil
ar-atreet. New Turk.
Adtroia ....... MIMI O. Ufa till Mb M en
. . . , Box Wo, 3 Suo, tif-m Yrk, .
Put np Aw Deaarra In eaeee containing Ainr, eight.
Sail twelve duaeu a baautlfiU Lltuugrah Shorn
card aeoempanyaig each package. JeJl-ay
Qg W BOWIsER,
1 )!-lltl f TJWOt,' UlUeMO
Blxbtret, bet a en Blaln and VTataul, CtaclaualT.
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