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runii.aew fi.ii, o.hw, , M,M) bt 0lltQNn V in wfi . . 7 w W BJ 1 - , , v . ,, wrici-Tun-TOiw, ore. nrraiii TBI OIHOiUNATI DAIL PRBM l deliver; 10 i tr ""intn m ukumu, ostvragtoa sag arroudlog cities ana towas, at i I ' i,l tlM aitrera.lt low I price of HfMCBKTIATrHI.j ' l , I 1 I ' ) ,". TO tABalSB. J . I .7 1 ifrfcae o rll lnle copies. J rental 1 1 lBth, AMUSEMENTS. ' MMOTH JCHOOL FESTIVAL, . i' VLORAL Concert -AND- 1IVTII0L0GICAL EXniBITlOX! WTll be given tt I ' lu'H OPEHA.HOUSK, ' Thursday Evening, Jane 28 . .Prof. L. W. lilason, f. USICflt TYCHWof' THE OKTRICT AI(D INTER MEDIATE SCHOOLS OF CINCINNATI, j II will b wen by the aoaimnntrarMw Vlnw tttat 1M .mplinitrtary Testimonial i t.,n,ni t m. Jl ANON by mmt of Did rlorcy f thin plana, m Well is tra-ltors slid peraonal friend. Kvery effort la ?"" IT.1". Tl render Kiln Kahltiltlon Hie moat ,laulllul tint haaerer beon pnwntvd to the cltl. ...",-. tityitp 11. neat, .,.t , ' Complimentary Testimonial, ' 1 ClncimiATt, Jan 11, 18At. - PunrjfKOTl B. W. HAfltm Psas. TliiiV iTta antler. liwl l-llv ttml tin nlocll Interest has Inn amnkened by the rioral Concert, with the afcom- fituj-iiiK en iniu.gir.at representation with which ou fnvir.il the. public on ITriday evening but, that we tit'ltevo we tiro bur. ex pressing: an earnest and very general desire In soliciting at your hands a i-liciiMuii ui inn enEeriatnineni. we trnat, tllfire- 10, I rial, at a period aa early ae noMlble. you will Jnvor lUo public with He reproduction, very roaiieciiuily, tic. "i. nnuvp, K.-Hlorer, , KufttsKing, M. II. Tilrf.n, Ja.. F. Irwin, .Mm Sltilllto, R. Ilomane., jr., j J, C. Davlee, J. W. llnk-r, H. W. Hrown, 1 R. K. Brown, "htrleH Rom, T. J. ffTr, T. J. Ilaliloiuan, B. P.Hlley, lie. Klncnton Ooddard. Robert Clarke, Hv. B. K. Haltbf, I J. W. Dale, A. M. Donald, Oeo. W. DaTlea, . 0. J. Koborte, , a. j. Hi, tc,,n, : I). II. Baldwla, 1. It. Tattler, Frank Clark, , T 8 Oettler, " 1 ,Tlioi. F. Pliilllpe, 1. J Alter,. . Oeo. Pondleton, J. 0. Klorutn. II ir..li. Ir Y; H Oilieoo, i ' t ' 1 r. h. DirklMon,' J..I111 Klltu, V. Nlcbole, M. Carny. T. k. Poaire, Ooo. J. Clurk, II, T,. Wiuanti, N. L. Bernard, M. W.Stone, Wnr F. Irwin, Wi. Bliaffer, John II. Aydelott, Ric hard Smith, O.O. ShlMlto, i Adolph Wood, I itavtil llurriee, j. iu. xM imi, , Juno uiirftoyn , Vnaa. iionaajl. t R. D. Barney. ' CiNriNiVATi. .tune 19 laAA Hon. R. M. Bishop, Hon. B. Stoskb, Krjrua Kirni and OTHtaa Uentlkhrn : Your favor, containing a r,'itietit lor the rer-rodactlon of tho Floral Concert I liutt Friday evening, la received. That a deelre ao llattertnij tut that ol which you apeak should exit,ia rv RrntifvltiE to mij. 1 am more than pleaaed if my eiiotie real I nave maoa toencourafte the youag I thecityto mualral emulation and Improvement linre aecun-d the kind reKarda of niy frlenda or the :riendriof public school in Cincinnati. Ait to the roproduction of the entertainment. 1 I null be moat liappy t accede to your reqneat, and I l oull acoomnaay it with new features of intereat and attraction. It will.- however. I emlnamlv niper the.t It should occur at or as nearly aa pos sible to the clotting of the put. Ho schools, to take ( lace In a few days. Therefore, I shall be bapny to i iu.j3ur a a,i.-Mj, June as, i860, at I am, gentlemen, with high regards. Very truly yours, X. W. MASON. ' f For f.df description it) (hi Svoals Utter. J ilntatqt, see proraaiutiis of tltotlay. n j j jeat , SKUA X, Julr 4, J I So Ud44ylF !ielr rriends. . Mnrf the tttililt.1 viuNth tkk kJv nm-'mrr r. ii nmi7 wimooncv r ai.v c-vin, i ii:uiu u HiRifu Mitirre. I 1 be commodious and splendid steamer MARS haa feeu euRatittl fur lite occanion, and will leave the I of alnut-at. at- 74oocl areclaaly: and after ctsklag the laatesaarylamiiTigl, she win pmceod t on ui;autiui arovo, soventoen miles up tne river. A. Htllin, H. STBVENR. J. JUH'NSrjNT S. V. HAMMER, J. V. H. 'WINTWOUTH. H00 MAjnor.aa.-A. IIarcJtiw..O Bunnell. fV It - fanic., ,?. fJahfner. J. Vukef, 3. Pe'eraoa, K. II ana, ' Bmlth, M. Brom-tt.lI. A. nanolltos,"M. Bolwr I'. It. Morton, C. Kohlinan, t. BliiTO. jr., C. Skill Bian, h. Follio, J. Tlte..tml4Ln. gtoolfer, W-Wbop- Hie occasion; vrm. oicvunaura; tuadriu Band la engaged for TV9-TIC1?T,,P NATIONAL THKATKR rlOai Performances. Italian, (iarman np turlMMHia , tto.. ADil may tut htvd on ruooAbl Uru ,t or .ask., forpulgr. W,,. , y me utgui 6yo&uiaratrMt, MUSICAL. Ifm DjXEn LAND 'm. .! ' vi rr ?"7 n v oat- a rv OUT OF THE WILDERNESS i.T Idiliou just iaauvd.. Prtoe 3 cent. - JOHNCHBBCH.Jlt..- tjeag;rJn.;'J trt(t.t 'WkV ynifTlPflT. Alii tiRilJA.r-.StackAiaru,aorl as T , (raifd-a.'tlon Concert Pianos. new jiorae povarrnu toaea 'double- D,tonced by Liuttn, Thalberg am teat artiste the lieat In existence. tr e will sell lower for caeh titan, any other dealer Im lliecity. Pianoe and Blnlodeoua tuned and repaired' llwiruughl: v. I'ianoa to let at trom lb to 16 perquar- kr. a.. I h uttlral instrilmenta sttlllna at half. TM-I let my or ront a riauu until you nave oalled and ax. prices. aalued tbewi L-i'TINO gt BRO., Bole Agentef ' nts, Kkera. Ho. tn W. Vlfthtreet. ear Plu rtano Meniere and glakers. PORTABLE' COOK-STOVE) J COAL, nor Gas. . 'T No Smoke, No pirt.'NoHeatl T dtaoommotle th tiMrtttor. Th beat od moal i nnumicul 8 ii miner arrangement eitaut. In prac kal ouv ration every Uy, at 11 A,H,tNo,UWH( A .iirth-Bereel. -..... "CVunty Blghtt for wale. jet cm 31 o 13 r . Tin-plate and Bbeet-Iron Worker 1 ' Hm removed to 4 aX HAOH-STMIHT. AGENT FOR STEWART AIR-TIGHT buiniuer aui Wiutur Cuukluf-tove. AUo ant tor Carter's If il wring ilydrant, where it may Im IP "pvTttUMHl Job h tug don with fromrtnew wd dleptaeoh. .tusasll . - Furniture! furniture! Fttrnltnrc! w evnfi TIXIAM CARTER, Kiltb, auJ lil and IS ts gfain and Svcumore, lias NO. 34 EAST cmw i hiim-" i.rTOi urn rq-etreeta ue at ail tin.ee on nana tri varieti of II OlnblfH. FttUCY ('111 iieebold UoMile. euck ee Hula. Ho Onti., U:f.4u, CarpeU, all pattrue and prici; Ollclut any wnlth Uhve yiwde; Htovee, Ottitie TehUw. Iivi nufl an Ktniu oi 11 kd of pltice ffiiml Hh If. Mat It, riiU'biuJrXliuir4. Au. AUo. tituie Vutlurett of all kiiiilH. Wnnntar rtluOvluc, Hliow-caitffri, Bur Vi tain, ililllrO-J TabieR i-ent and .old.rC4ir it, m.- en . i7AHiTKaiJ rruit-Can OementU 10RCL(HINOCJANrl, JARHt BOTTLES, Ac. fllaiiiniutory 'Ap Viny-itreet, two. tuAA. GmjkUfipl axw euwtity ae lawrluw luiyi'Ctfioiwi , Hllyand 3tt Main-atreet. Cl'BA noNCY.-'J 1 I BUCK Is CUBA . HoSsV-la tlaantlttett tS suItT " 1 VV, A A UON A fHVT.TKR. jo3 g I If and 3 il Maln-streef N POTM EXTRA' RRSFINKD aatst, biill.il Table Salt, f orTal. wLulu.itlu au4 tall.by A. stoIXtNALi) A CO., ' j.is . 8 sa Branob Wsrtftwutfc.it.,,, i t.Wt'i."Vi II' I III 1(1 rV-:J.. jm. Tv . A. PV -afN" ' ! IVs VOL.III.NO. 123. CiNCINKATL ,r s t WEDNESDAY MOIINING. ym.. t , j, 7" 1 ft ,l.'..t ' i r JUNE, 27 '1800. ..' JT ! '"In A) iiitor; ' 't'l'.l .'.w ' TRICE ONE CENT. , RAILWAY MATTERS. ft l- TBA1XI blPAIT. Littli Nun-(T mlantes faster than Otty tlme.t Ti8A.M , 1A. M. and 11 P. M. Oolumboa Ac oomkaUom, 4 1. M. Xenla Accommodation, r. si. . . : CMontuTi, HAHiLToa ana OamwHT "saUntas raater the. City llaM.) ) A. M Ti3 A. H., !ii3 P. at. sad S P. M. Bamlltoa Acoosnmodatloa, 8 A. m. ana atom r. k. a Miaaisatm- 11 mfnnte slower than City Haas,) 4rt3 A. M. and 0t39 P. M. Loulavllls AcooasneooaUon, is P. at . -k t lHDIAArOLIS ASD ClKOUtaATI HnoaT-LlKS II 'notes slower than City Urns,) St4 A. H Ili30 . m. ana r. H. a " alAltiTTA anb CiKomMTir mlntttea faster than ".Ity tlma.l ilS At M. and StSO P. M. CoTtHSToa ahd finnraTOM-lClty time, St4J A at.aDdtiaP.N. ! ttaoKi4vi, RtcemowB sua tuninKui-a A. m., setao P. n., p. M. - - r TRAIMI AKRITI. . - t v 1 , im-rti Hiami-SiSO A. M., 8 A. at., lt04 A. at. Oato ADMtsaissim-ri30 A. M.. 1'Ji'iS P. M. ana siav r". II. Cihcirkati, HAitiiroa and Dattoh 7143 A. M 10t40 A. at., 1 P. M., St30 P. at., Ti33 P. at. aad Vila p. m. . .... lRDiAAPOLra Attn OtramATi lOilS A. kt 4 P.M. and HP. At. M Aairrra akb CiaolATl 10i3'A A. M. and Bil.lP. at., , ' , , Oovtiva-ron in Lsiikotok 10t,13 A. H. and 4iS8P. H. ClKOIKMATI, BlCHITOKD A WO IKDIAHAPOIM Tt43 A. Jt.tl P. H., 0i3V P. at. " :..-. VARIETIES. there- will be a total eclipse of the sun uie tow oi juiy. Peaches from the South, the first of the season, sola la flew XorK at 1U per box An unknown German blew his brains out on Friday, on a bridge near Hoboken, N. J Lord Brouzham has consented to beenma fresident of the Leeds (England) Ami Slavery Society. ... -. . uueen v lctorla, attended br a numerous retinue, visited Ascot Races, as usual, on the vup uay. -...! The census takers find irreat difficultv In ascertaining the ages of girls, a large majority ui tuciu uoiuk wuijr Btawtiu The Weslevan Methodist Conference of fens-land announce accession of 10.4U0 new memoers, ana zb,uw proDationers, in 1SU0. It is stated that 6,000,000 sterlinir f30.- 000,000) is about to be borrowed by Napoleon for the further improvement of Paris. Mrs. Collins, who died in Wasliint?ton Uounty, va., last week, is said to have been about ode hundred and thirty years old. Rutleiat. the new Dooular novel, is aaid to be br Miss Evans, of Mobile, Ala., the iriftnd authoress of Buclah. ' , Two Frenchmen were assassinated In Rome during toe last week in Hay, it is supposed ur puuutxu rvaeuas. ; - . x - - A boy while divina from a skiff into the Obio.'near Maysville, on Monday, struck a stone and wa drowned. 1 -a . v I Durinirthe India-rubber litigation betwann Dar and Ooodvear. arolutr on for sir teem years, a miUrau aouarg btu beea expended . .. .... i t - . Mrs. Julia B. Lewis, of Motile.' Ala., rlinrl lost week from a docaynd tooth getting into her windpipe through , the carelessness of a UOU119S. ' 1 I One of the recent andiltat Landon ia that Si4 'Kdward' Lyiton ' Bulwer has . become reconciled to ma wile, and that tbey are about to Uve( together agajn. ii '. i Two mariner brothers met in Salem. MauL last week, for the first time in ten years one i . i . i . , . uewK m maair atiu wo outer an omcer on noara ainerent vessels. , , ,k ' The Hon. L. C. O. Lamar, of the House of Representatives, is to deliver an address ii noiiv rjnnnes, mass., netore tne vounir lauies pf the Franklin College. . ..i " . ... , , . ... ' A coudIs of the Nashville. Tenn "fanrv? engaged in a "mill" near that city the other day; and ' fought '.seven closeljr-oonlosted rounds. ' 1 - ' ' . 7 - -I . i ; t ' t : r it. .IJ. Charles Judd, a voun nffimnn 22 years old, the Houaatonio Rivet was found drowned in I at Derby, Vt, ' recently,'.; A deep- mystery uauua uTttr ms sutur, '.i';,... ! ii . ( ., . .i. i t'.J t ... When vou sea the Ron .of Malta nut hla been hand to his chin and ware it, be lure it is a sign of distress. - Take him round and gire htuj a peck oi corn, ipb ligyUJ state. I ers of Rockingham County, Va., have tent an address to Gor. Letcher, urging precautionary- measure! t against "the ap-. proaching cattle disease." Orowds of German vine-erowers and fcr-' mers are immigrating to Missouri, from Oer manyviand erer three hundre) of. tthent Rave' already reached St. Louis, i t. 'The Steamer Wultrn Metrovolit recently made a trip between Buffalo and Cleveland in eight hours and fifty minutes, averaging twenty-one miles per hour. - A aamnla of (verunan boots anil alinaa fiaa been received at Savannah,' Ua. It is said that they can be purchased fortr per cent. cheaper than in the Northern States. ,. r "i i f The LoweU (Mass.) A's aavs that the mills of that city are all running to their ut most capacity, and are turning ont an im mense amount of cloth, i Elian Blair, of Fletther. Vt.. was killed in Essex on Saturday by being thrown from his wagon, while driving his horse at a rapid rate. A youno man, Peter Jiir MjlliketfT was killed by lightning, in Tuscarawas County, in this State, a few davs ana. .A. brother. standing beside him, was not injured. ' Durino; It recent tliuntfer-shower?' near Llvingaton, N. J., the lightning struck a bouse, descended through a room, and passed down a younk' watt's person, tearing off his boots, without seriously injuring him., . . ..'(I,.- , ' .!. it " " M. Vicier. formerlr the DroDrietor of the floating bat in at the Font Re ui; in Paris, and now the husband of the singer, Mme. Cru veili, has purchased Garibaldi s marine villa at Nice for the sum of $12,000. The Italian patriot Settembrini. one of the bravest companions of Poerio in his dungeon, has lust joined his wife and daughter at Flor ence.' The popular Joy at the scene was vs boanded. ' r ' ' ' " " A bill has Dassed the' Leeislatura 1 of" New? Hampshire, raising the period of residence from three to six months to entitle the iur hauitanta vote It. sppeiUa to.oitiast AiM towns. An airreement hna been1 entered into at jiruoaavu, v. a ttstaein vuarina unatvy, ui fit Louis, and Alexander Shaw, of the for mer city, for $300 a. side, to fight on the 20th of September. ... w .- VI 1.1 VT V I. - . m l ...1.1 The Southern Planters' Conventioa . will assemble at Holly Springs during the State1 Fair, whiohi is to bA held there next full. The subject of direct trad Is to be prpuil ne,nt fe4ur of tho occasiun. i t ii r , i . A Mri Beit, residing' in Soott, rUM'"aroe from her bed to give her Infant paiegoric, last week, and being drowsy, and .careless. adUninistored laudanum, which provec) - ftttal i i ' fas k u'j.e) t'Jl. e "' The Home of Hannibal Hamlin. i following account of a visit to i the house of Hannibal Hamlin affords a 1 Vivid idea of his simple mode of life: "Having had business to call tne to the this city, I thought I would ride down the river to Hamden (about five miles), and purchase a cargo of tannin for customer (a Quaker,) and at the same time cill upon my old friend. i intuitu. Aiier jmocmnfr, at his plain and comfortable residence, ahue-looking specimen of a farmer's daughter came to the door; and, said I, 'Is Senator Hamlim at borne?' The answer was, 'He Is; but not in the houna at this time.' Yankee fashion, says I, 'Where is he?' 'Down in the field, , was the replv. 'Show me the way;1 iuid I. " No sooner said wan aoaey and there I found our distin guisbed triend at wok... Himself and foil, ' i hue-looking Jvoung Bian,: wer i gatlierlnu pumpkins. You, no doubt, have often heuril of Yankee pumpkin pies, and doubtless eaten them, too. These were grown amid a field of corn wntcu, we sure sorry -to bhv, is rather light this year, in Maine especially. He has no other help, and with a fine little farm of only ten acres or tillage land, hit told me he yearly mined more than sufficient for all his use, and for ten years had always had corn over to sell, from ten to twenty bushels; but una year oe snotiia not, He bail Jus family horse (a good one) in a common farm wagou, lust drawing the Inst load of pumpkins. All his harvesting is done, except the corn. He had a lame back that, from the effects of cnr. rying his Wheal up stairs to his granary; it was all cleaned np and look finely. He has his ground plowed and subtoilcd, together with a large manure heap, in good shape made from tbo waste earth and muck, some uincr auuiiions, wim a lew casus or lime added. He has his. cranberry bed, and nil the small fixings, such as good poultry-yard, fine bogs, ko while for dinner every article uituii uie vaoie was grown upon tne snug lit tle farm. Submarine Si-arch roa Lost Qdicksilvir: A Valuabli Stoni Foukd. A company ui auotnanne worxmen are now making a second effort to recover seventy or eiguty thousand dollars'' worth of quicksilver, lost by the sinking of the clipper ship Flying vu uukauuhs uuuib, ii car Atlan tic City, New Jersey, in 1857. Ther are meeting with much success. Among the raltr. 1vMrti tknv k0 . 1 ..,! .. 2 : - .. -, " . " - J V muvMu, lOlUVOrt-U IB 11 large, dark marble slab, measuring four feet long by two reet wide, and eight inches thick. It was destined for tbe-Washingtou National monument, and bears upon its face the following inscription: "The Miners of uuiuuiuia, touiomne- county... California, from their 'Minos to- the Father of tl,i, Country.. . Jul v 4, 1859. "i Vpon each of the ,uul vviiioio ui uie euriaue is cut a star, add each star is beautifully inlaid with a spedi men of cold auartz rock.!' It la in an arcnl. lent state of preservation, the polish remain, ing perfect, notwithstanding it has been lying in uie ooitora or tne sea, in forty feet water Diutti fcuruary, toai. A GlBb RAVI8HID AMD HONS IT RoBBSBK Two men called at a house in Palmyra, . Y7 a few days since, and asked for some thing to eat. The girl who admitted thehi stated that she was alone and requested them to depart, which she supposed they dif. Shortly after she had occasion to go into aa other roam, and as the opened the 'door she was sorted by tfaemen, Who -choked herein prevent her making any noise, and brutally ravished her. They then took her apron off, tore itjinto strips, which they put about bjr nnetk 'rtasrMraoV itaa- An V4a ..llu 1. .... hor to a Hoot timber. Fortunately the cloi cord cava miv mat-in tims tn ),.. lit: and she was found in the cellar by the tamill- upuu fcueir return uome, completely hausted. v RSCIPI POtvPRtSBBVINS SlNKS VROH Fon NKas. In hot weather it is almost impoasibie to prevent ginks .becoming foul unless some chemical preparation is uaeeV Que ftoued, of vrplw uiBBttt v cu m itiur gaiiouo.o waten pourea over a sink tnree or four times wi completely destroy the offensive odor. As disinfecting agrent to acartar aronnd trrafniai affected with any. unpleasant odor, nothin is better than a mUtnre of four , parte, dr ground plaster of Paris to oue part fine chai coal, br weight. All sorts of glass vessels and other utensils' may be effectually cured from offensive smolls,by rinsing them, with charcoal powder, after the grosser impurities uuru.wreu aviHirsot qn who sana aim joap, A Fisa Siven Ysubs ih' Soutaby Com' riKiMXHT. Lately the water in the large tank, in, the-Edinburgh. Castlei having' been run off for the purpose of,xvu,iaggome re pairs, one- or tne workmen engaged in re moving the sUtfroro the bottom caught alive trout six "inches lonir.L This trout must havn come through tbpipa from the reservoir at the Pentlaud Hills; and as the tank has not been cleaned sinca, its erection, seven yatus ago, the fish Aaa probablv passed several years to solitAry confinement. , ,, i 1 "s 1 ! . 1 t.'i tt-v t-tt... ; AN EhBAOBD ELSJ-aAirr l MimtAenrtain-m The perrurmnig eeplant connected with: the circus exhibiting at Haverhill, Mass., a few days ago, took offense' at bis treatment and; broke aw.y from: hi' keeper, tearing dowu! seats and rtikm through the tent, making! uia way uitougn several streets,, wnea he was overtaken, by his keeper and brought' into subjection.- His movement -through the streets created n-rant nT-itmonti d,,,i frightened boroee, though no one wag "trop on, nor any serious damage done. MABiirt DtBAlTiBtfTHis YxAB-Tlie Lon don ISmtt of the 6th of June says: The wreArertstarof thenar will ha a shpeking ontv We easy, hardly venture" on calculating the statistics) of desolation which will be published next October, but it will be surprising indeed if the figures are not high beyond all prooederrt.; It is. said that some three hundred vessels have been lost since Monday week, and that the aerifip of lifo is in proportion to that of property.' ' ' 1 -I I w '' 1 ! (. . .' ,. ' V- : f. .'" 'A Wild Catti.b roB Illinois. The steamer Chancellor, which' passed lip the" Mississippi River on the 19th. had on board fortv head of wild joattle,; inkon from "Ih Kei iRivut eountry. A man named Wilson is the owner of them, and it Is his intention to take them to Illinois, wliere an. effort will be made to fatten them (qr the Southern market. .. . Tax Lat. Railway DrALexTion-wi ttal aiMA. The amount of Edwin Robinson's liabilities, which the directors of the Kith mond. Fredericksburg and Fotomae' Com pany bave assumed, is about $172,000. The1 assets conveyed by Mr.. Robinson to the oottv. auv sure cBiiiifaiou ui. irout wtao.uou to i20u,0wt: .re ' t i THf NsWdBk 8Avmas Banks. The air. gregate deposits in the savings banks of New York City and, State ou. the let of Jamiaryt lfjiiO, were fifty-eight mlllituig of dollitig; owned br over two hundred and seventv- three thousand persons, an average of two hiuidred and twelve dollars each. " " 1 v A i. JCDOl DoDQLAS'a HgALTB. That throat of Judge Douglas continaes to be Jn so painful a couditiop, that he bat not been able to take his seat in the blenate. It is exceedingly diffi cult for him to hld conversation with the thousands of risitors constantly calling at hit ! Smootit fcomciDiHct-It was,on Whit. Sunday that Palermo Wat slormed and car ried; on thet same. Sunday, eleven yean ago, Home was; assaulted by the French, wholu (iaribaldi kept out from the 12th of Juus W ,W 9f.,lWJ. It M l . J t bo- w -t An Emetic Mistaken for Poison—The Danger An Emetic Mistaken for Poison—The Danger of Having a Sultan for a Patient. A late. Constantinople letter says: The Saltan having fallen ill about this time, sent ftir his favorite physician. Now, this physi cian, a well-known Oraek of Para, had had the good fortune, about twelve months pre vious, to relieve the royal frame of a Small amount of fever and ague, for whit-h he bad received unbounded honors and munificent gifts, a palace also, having ever since been in process of building tor him. "You cured hie once,". said the Sultan, "cureme now." . -,-t , The symptoms succeeding the swallowing the 'chagrin" of tho narghtU and it having been examined an emotic was autninistcrctl, and the physician withdrew. But whilo the dootorwas in the Seventh Heaven of expec tation, his royal patient found himself in the predicament of the man who said it was "no use to give him an emetic, he. never rould ketji it down". Hit majesty believed that he bad been poisoned. The physician was arrested and thrown into prison; the building of the palace was stopped, and no one can tell what other measures might have been resorted to, had not twelve other physicians, after mech discussion, decided that the peculiar nature of the disease required the very symptoms produced by the. medicine., j " A Valuable Invention—A New Horse-shoe. A gentleman pf Philadelphia has just com pleted a .valuable . improvement in horse sheet, which, it is eaid, 'enables horses to travel over paved streets without injury, and as easily as on farms or common roads. A thin plate of eteel or iron is constructed to fit the hoof, and then the ordinary shoe. Be tween this plate and the shoe a strip of gum elastic orother equivalent substance is placed, and tho three securely rivited togother. To allow of tho fiigtening of the plate to the hoof, and to give the gutta-percha elasticity, without loosening tho nails in the hoot, pieces are taken from the side of the lower shoe, which permits the heads of the nails to push up to tbo plate and thereby hold it se curely to the hoof, while the shoe and gum are held to the plato by the rivits put in be fore nailing it to the hoof. The plates, when made, willlast for years, as they never touch the ground, and those using them upon their norses can, by baring duplicate plates, always have shoes ready for their norses, which can be put on in a few minutes. The advantages of the shoes are, that the gum between the plates will absorb all the vibra tion caused by the shoes striking the stones; hence there will be no jar to theliorscs' legs, mereoy preventing an lniury. Till PLAY or Pizarro fx fne Mines or California. A returned Californian tells "a story to the effect that while at the mines an inferior theatrical company opened thero wiin tne piay oi J'uarro. the bouse was crowded with miners, who were ever ready to patronize 4iavihin that would afford amnsement. When the Peruvian here was ready to go on for the interview with the sentinel, whom he attempts to bribe, to pro cure an interview with "Alonzo," he asked the property man for the wedgo of gold which he is supposed to use, when that individual handed him a gilded brickbat of the ordinary size. It was too late the stage was waiting, and " Rolla". entered and went through the scene.' A. r. ' I He came off in a towering passion, and habbed tho property-mau. "What iu thun der did you mean by giving me a heavy brick to carry on there, instead of a piece of shin gle or, spike, gilded?" .."Tbat might all he very well In the States," replied the property man, "but n offer to bribe here with any thing short of a. five-pound chunk, would have turned the. audience against you; the play would have been literally d d I and the theater would have ended with the fits! night I" The tragedian saw the force of his reason, and succumbed at once: j ,.'.nt : ; I TBI MULANCHOLY "ClTT OV TUB SeA." A foreign correspondent writes thus of areoenjt risit'to Venice!" ' v ' ' t It was trulr sad to be in Venice: for the six days that I was there I saw none of the higher classes eithor in the streets or on the canals or in the churches. Their melancholy is tuch that they hide themselves in their houses, so as not to be compelled to behold constantly their oppressors. The Govern ment has now 150,000soldiers in the province, and more Aro goiug down continually. . ... i ' Anyone who sees this people now must sympathize with them. ' I do not find them: as they were six years ago. ' . I then thought of them as fanatical and unfit for free, govt ernment, but they barescen the folly of red republicanism, aud now. Ucstro a strong but( constitutional monarchy, such as they might have.aader Victor Emmanuel. Their palaces are deserted, and the beautiful city of Venice seems to be lapsing into a pile of ruins, pic-i turesque eu sanr .. , , , ; 'lOlj at a it laasa i ( i I The iNnirrtBENci or Senators to Pbac- tical Legislation. The following is a good iii.uai4ttuuu ui mo. luuLuruuoer vt nuauraoie Senators to practical legislation iu the United States Senate. Senator C had been en trusted with the presentation and advocacy' Of a certain? bill whirh has been before, .Con gress for several sessions, and has made sev eral futile attempts-to have it taken up and passed. . But one morning the bill,' In con nection with some others, was passed. The next day Senator C , happening to meet the beneficiary of the bill, frankly told him that he despaired of getting anything done with it at that session; he bad tried time and again to hare it put upon its passage, but with no. gtscce&s, He was exceedingly sorry, but it could not be helped. "Why, Mr. C.,'1 said the gentleman in reply, "my bill utn taken np yesterday; you voted for it, and it was passed I The tjon. senator did not pursue the conversation further, but had other business calling bim in anot her direc- uT. ll! -t f ,' ; i. a . . t- . . 7 ' A Blackguard Insults 'a 'Lady, and LsjAparftuai a Tbiin. A drunken blackguard insulted a ladr iii the excursion train over the Cincinnati aud Indianapolis Road, on its re turn irom waiuron, on Saturday night, and, to escape the 'punishment he so nchlv de served, lie jumped out of a window while the train was under full headway. It was dark, and, although the train was stopped and search made for him, he was not seen After ward. . tie either escaped without serious injur v. and made off. or landed with such force as- to be buried completely in the ground. v '' Summer Tbeatment op Consumption. The celebrated Dr. J. V. Churchill, of the Imperial Academy of Medicine, at Paris, whose dis covery of the hyphophosphites of lime and soda, as a remedy in consumption-and tier rous diseases, is giving much general satis faction among the medical men, says in bis Treatise "in pulmonary- diseases, the most active treatment should be pursued during the summer months tire period when most patients unwisely suspend the use of the remedy." Mors ox. vita- Lew all .TaAosnY.- The ahopinatea of Bryant Mooret 'WQo killed hit wife at Lowelf,Mass.,and then shot himself on Tuesday last, gay 'that his domestic troubles, some of which relate to others beside bis wife, bave weisrhed' heavilv unon him. The latest account state that the appearance of the- body of Mrs. Moore indicates that a hatebot wttined arwell ai a -pistol In in fltiug.tbt ieuth'wound. - . c iltji ,ir ii i is J i ii. I 'llir. I A party of males and females hare been frrested in Portsmouth, in this State, tor waiting tue streets tne moles in temalt at tire, hoops and all. and the females wilh breeches oa. iav ' Bladensburg as a Dueling Ground—The Affairs of Honor There Enumerated. A correspondent of the Cleveland 1'lain Dialer writes in a lata letter from Bladens- burg, Md This place, to noted for its polite and re nnea murders, it about lire miles irom the city, fresh and handsome, in full livery of green, aanrnca wiin nowers, and should blush in its beauty for the scenes it has wit nessed. Here, in a beautiful littie grass-plat surrounded by trees, forms, made after the image of God, come to insult nature and defy Heaven. In 1814 Edward Hopins was killed here in a duel. This seems to have been the first of these fashionable murders on this duelling ground. In 1819, A. T. Mason, a United Statos Sen ator from Virginia, fought with his sister's husband, John McCarty. bore. McCarty was averse to fighting and thought there was no necessity for it, but Mason would fight. McCarty named muskels loaded with grape shot, and sb near together that they could hit heads If they full ou their faces. This wat changed by the seconds to loading with bullets and taking twelve feet as the distance. Mason was killed instantly, and McCarty, who had his collar bone broken, still lives with Mason's sister, in Georgetown. His hair turned white so soon after the fight as to cause much comment. He has since been solicited to act as a second in a duel, but re fused, in accordance with a pledge mado to his wife soon aftor killing her brother. In 1820, Commodore Decator was killed In a duel here by Commodore Barron. At the first fire both fell forward and lay with their heads within ten feet of each other, and as each snpposed himself mortally wounded, each fully and freely forgave the other, still lying on the ground. ; Decator expired im mediately, but Barron eventually recovered. In 1821, two stranges named Lega aud Sega, appeared hero, fought- and Sega was in stantly killed. The neighbors only lcarnod this much of their names from the marks on their gloves left on the ground.. Lega wag not hurt In 1822, Midshipman Locke was killed here in a duel .with a Clerk of the Treasury Department named Gibson. The latter was not hurt. In 1826. Henry Clay fought his second duel with John Randolph, just across the Potomac, as Randolph preferred to die, if at all, on Virginia soil, received Clay's shot and then fired his pistol in the air. This was in accordance with a declara tion made to Mr. Benton, who spoke to Ran dolph of a call the evening before on Mrs. Clay, and alluded to the quiot sleep of her child and the repose of the mother. Ran dolph quickly replied, "I shall do nothing to disturb the sleep of the child or the repose of the mother." Gen. Jessup, whose funeral I attended last weekrwas Clay's second. When Randolph tired he remarked, "I do not shoot, at yo Mr. Clay," and extending his hand advanced toward Clay, who rushed to meet him. Randolph showed Clay where his ball struck hlg ooat and said facetiously: "M r. Clay you owe me a coat." Clay replied, "Thank God the debt is no greater." They were friends ever after. - In 1832, Martin was killed here by Carr. - Their first names are not remembered. 1 They were from the South. In 1833, Mr; Key, son of Frank Key, and brother of Barton Key, of Sickles notoriety, met Mr. Sherborn and exchanged a shot, when Sherborn said: "Mr. Key, I bave no desire to kill vou." "No matter." laid Kev. "I came .to kill you." "Very well, then,'1 said Sherborn, "I will now kill you, and he did. ;'! -', . '; -,., ; In 1838, W. J, Graves, of Kentucky, as suming the quarrel of James Watson Webb with Jonathan Cilley, of Maine, selected this ftlace. for Ciller's murder, but the parties earning that Webb with two friends, Jack son and Moirak well -armed and In pursuit, for the purpose of assassinating Cilley, moved toward the river and hearer the' city. Their pursuers- followed toward "the river, but missed the parties and, tren returned to the city,' to which they.were soon followed by Grares and the corpse of Cilley. In 1841 a lawyer named Jones, fought with and killed a Dr. Johnson. In 1851, R. A. Hoole and A. ,. Dallas bad a hostile meeting here. Dallas was shot in the shoulder, but recovered. In 1852, Daniel aud Johnson, two Richmond editors, held a harmlesa t-to here, which terminated in coffee. Iitul853, Davis and Ridgway fought here Ridgeway allowed bis antagonist, to fire without returning the shot, The American Chapel' ih Paris. Tho Paris correspondent of the New York World says: "The congregation of the American Chapel- are about to experience another Changs' hf 'phstont. " The Rev. Dr. Prentiss, formerly of the Meroer-etreet Church, who kindly took charge of the Chapel last Janu ary, and who has made himself so popular with bis hearers, leaves ns toon, to go to En- Sland, and from thence home in the I' all Dr. luCJintocd, whose coming it looked for with great interest, will' not, we hear, arrive before July; in the mean-while the Rev, Mr. Long, acre, of Philadelphia, is expected to take Dr. tl 1 4, . Anotheji FuiVlBoattBiHO Expedition m CisTRAr, America'. Thelt,ffew Orleans Pt aittHe,.of the 16th, saya: - ,' ' :', '.' '!'',. By-way of Vera; Crue wei hare advices from Chiupas, the extreme Southern State of Mexico, to the effect that another filibuster ing expedition! for its invasion was Organ izing, in the neighboring Republic of Gua teinela. It it charged that it has the personal encouragement and support of President Carre ras, whose ultimate object is the per manent occupation oi tne state ana its an nexation to Guatemala. 'ft i ' 'mm' ' " .Pneumatic Dispatch Compart. A ''Pneu matic Dispatch Companr". it about to ba or ganized ip London, the members of which propose to carry on toe construction of pneu matic tubes thronirh which parcels will be conveyed from one portion of the metropolis to the other. It is proposed to lay down a complete and extended series of public lines, on a scale' which will receive not . merely pa pers and packets, but parcels of considerable bulk, including the mail bogs of the Postomce between-tbe anilwayt ond the district offices. Invention or a Maohinb voa Sunnins EELi.The latest norelty in the way of in rention is a machine for skinning eels. Such a machine has actually been invented and patented, br Adam Emeigh, of Jerusalem, Long Island, , The- &imtifie Amtrican guys it hag been practically tested, and is found to perform the work in 4 manner much mora expeditious and preferable than when done in tne ordinary way, tne ilesb not being braised and discolored as is usuallr the case. "Decay or Ths'Hvm Park Elms. It la said tbat an examination of the elms in Hyde r-arx, L,onnon, aiscioset the tact that they are all in state ol decay, nothing bot a thin layer of sapwood overlaying 4 decayed core, and serving to preserve an appearance of vigor. The roots of a number of trees which have been, blown down in late gales have been found on examination to be full of White spawn or dry rot, and the impression it that noue of the trees wiU last much longer their total disappearance being merely the ques tion f a tew-years, more gr lest, , . ,. .!.,, I l ,, I Ml -I CLXBOTMaa ADO Chorchbs IH LtNDON. It s stated that London has 939 clercvman. 42S churches, and 4tts ohapels, of which latter iti inuopeuuenw nave 12 1, tne Baptists 100, the Wesleyaiu 77, the Roman Catholios 6b the Calvauiat and English Presbyterians 10, in yuasara t, me iews au, and Ike numer. ua other eeotg from one to Art each. I 'i I ' mmm - ' , ei I "MeiaGottt rat rill de Frenchman make lexk'vaa Uw fiilUlMnara aaid tha brat time he taw monkey. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. From Washington—The Postoffice Deficiency Bill a Law. Wasainotoh, June 25. Altogether eon. trarr to previous Indications, the PosloBice Deficiency Bill has become a law. . It was saved from defeat by the House unexpectedly receding from the amendment, until now so decidedly persevered in, providing for the restoration, with a few exceptions, of all the inland service suspended on the 4th of March, 1859, apart from the: appropriations for defi ciencies. It requires the Postmaster General to advertise fbr proposals, and contract with the lowest responsible bidder or bidders Ibr the transportation of the mails by steamships from Charleston, via Savannah, to Key West and back, twice a month or oftcner, from the 1st of Juiy next to the 1st of June, 18H4, in clusive, at such turn at he may think nec essary, not exceeding $50,000 per annum.1 This and the act establishing mails six times a week from Sacramento to Olympia, are the only two special provisions enacted in rela tion to the mails. The committee of the Senate unanimously reported in faror of Butterfield's line of Mexi can Gulf mail steamers, the House committee having previously acted on it favorably. The bill was lost for want of time. The Post Route Kill, as previously predicted, failed, having been returned, from the Senate over lotwletf with amendments. ' ' ' : The galleries of both Houses were densely crowded with persons of both sexes, to wit ness the closing scenes, which were marked by nothing of a dlsrcpntablo character, as on previous occasions. The President and mem bers of the Cabinet were at the Capitol during the morning, transacting business iu con nection with public measures. Among the last bills approved by the Presideut, Is one reducing the rates for public printing 40 per cent, on the present prices, to take effect from the date of its passa ge. The Special Committee, to report next ses sion, on the President's further protest, com municated to-day, against the Covode Com mittee, consists of Messrs. Stanton, Curry, -Adams of Mass., Sedgewick and Pryor. Gov. Fitzpatrick having declined the nom ination of Vice-President, the National Com mittee have substituted Herschel B. Johnson, of Georcio. A large body, accompanied by a band of of music, proceeded to-night to the residence of Mr. Breckenridge, ana having serenaded him, he, in response to repeated calls, ap peared, saying he felt deeply this manifesta tion of friendly regard, and accepted it as an approval of the proceedings at Baltimore, by which the National Democratic Convention presented his name and that of his gallant and honored frieud, Gen. Laue, for President and Vice-President of the Untted'States. 1 Senator Davis followed in an eloquent strain, ot tne personal ana public character of Breckinridjre and Lane. The Democracy was not the party which seeks for spoils, or rests itself npon the claims of men. When Mr. Van Bnren proved untrue, they cast bim off as a diseased member, and when at a more recent period another Democrat proved re creant, it remained for the party, faithful to its institutions, to separate him also from the body. - He vindicated the Convention that nominated Breckinridge. Let spoilsmen go where inclination leads them. The Democ racy honor Mr. Buchanan for all he has done, and cast the complaints of office-seekers to the winds. Laughter. j He spoke of the Constitution, State Rights, justice and fraternity as the principles under which Breckinridge and Lane will be elected. Applause. .:-:i'if -1 il'tr,, i Messrs. Toombs and Hallett followed, the latter insisting, as- the IVamer of the Cincin nati Platform, tbat there is nothing therein the least countenancing Squatter Sover eignty.. The Wilmot Proviso having been removed from Congress, it was adopted with a view of keeping slavery ont of the Terric toriet, and to gain Abolition' rotes trader a spurious Democracy. ')- ' i Mr. Hogan, of Kentucky, made some hut morous remarks. . ' - 1 j The procession proceeded fo Brown's Hotel, where an immense crowd bad previously gathered. General Lane, after the perform ance of an air, appeared, and tendered hit thanks to the assembly for this manifestation of their kindness; 1 iu t - , He was proud of the nominee of thecal, timore Convention; be was a man whom he had long known on the battle field, and in the councils of the nation,- and he felt deeply honored in being placed on the same ticket with him. He (Lane) accepted the nomination of ' the National Democracy assembled at Baltimore, and, with them, believed in the equality and rights of the States under the Constitution.'! Yancey fbl. lowed, saying that the Convention was in a crisis from which it is the duty of the De-t mocracy toTetrieva it. He spoke at consid erable length, and wag frequently applauded. The demonstration continued beyond mid night. ''.' ' : li. Hi 1 - l 1 The Douglas Speech of Governor Johnson— Feeling in Washington. n abuiniiton, dune at .ino' committee to inform the candidates of their nomination' waited on Gov. H- V. Johnson, to-night, at tha National Hotel.' He received them in the large dining-room of the hotel, which was crowded with ladies .and gentlemen' He ac cepted th' nomination, fodorsirtr the 1 plat form in every uurtioular, and1 declaring that the South would sustain' the' principles laid down iu it. In bis opinion, tne" doctrine of non-intervention was a necessity to the pres ervation, of -the -Union, applause 'and he should Quietly, firmly, and he hoped brarely, accept tne responsibility imposed upon him. He cherished the hope that Providence will lead us . out of our oiril duastots, and in His good time conduct us to tranquility and peace. Long continued cheering. The Douglas Feeling in New Hampshire. ' CoNcoarv -N' jit, June 2u. Ex-Preeldent Pierce pronounces the. nomination of Doug las a sectional one. . .... i v in.; . m i ' The secession of the Boston PoX creates quite a stir, among the old political stagers nure. , .. ,.,,,' ,j vm : , t. . Some Democrats are in a qaandary about the Baltimore nominations, but the rank and file are enthusiastic for Douglas. ThetolrVo' and all the . party papers in the State will support Douglaev except the Berks Democrat. Breckinridge Demonstration. St. Louis, June 26, The demonstration of the Breckinridge faction last -night was In terrupted at the Planters' House, hy a large body of Douglas uieu. iattraoted thither by the music. .-iriv! :.init' t,' '.m i'... Judge Bowlin. late Minister to Paracnsr. endeavored for soma tima to apeak, but was not pexmiueq, ana anaiiy.uisapBeareov o A collision was at one time verv much feared. .. .. a , : .-':: i-ko i J Another Douglas jubileegcomes off to-morrow night, ,,.i .., ,. t ,,. Ul:' .u. The Pony Express. ! Washinoton. June 'JfWThe report brought by the overland inaH (rum California, in re gard to the pony exprew being disoontinned, Is untrue. We are now running semi-weekly (rom each end of he route, and will arrive regularly hereafter, as tha.IadiaB diflivukie ave been suppressed hy the regular trcopa. W. H. RUSSELL, Pres't. Mr. Fitzpatrick Declines his Nomination. : Balt:more, June 25. It it pogitivsly as. terted here to-night, ha politicians from Washington thawa AaJ.t'Fsiaajsitssrav positively decline acccpUug-thti '.jMaSAiuaKoO' that hat uvvu tvuuttreuiw, .-rtrftiu ' UJItev,. ..... j TJU' 1,0 Douglas Demonstration. June 26. Douglas), ratification Meeting last night, thirty-tour guut tired, bonfires, music, speecbet, AC HATES OP ADVERTISING. f . v. ... - ' e- . ' 73nX,3ftXt9' OABIX. AavsrtlSBaaaata aal sassaaiag tvwHttaji tag'ata): Ons Insartlr. $ 9JI I naartloDS.,...J(1 fta) All Isassrttana.! U I i ' aa. i.... i 6 Lartsr advisllnsaiata Sksaraad at tha following rates ,,. teagam an Uaga at taaat. j , .rMi!to -mi ,Tro--.-,aj s: pJAWrUoBS., 1 5 1 14 .ale.!.. .4 3 (lit vt ' JOn PRINfINO la aU Its bcaaoasa 4oas with asatasas and Mtraatrh. SEWING MACHINES. WHEELER WILSON'S SEWING MCIIINE! fKiwriPAL orrrcKs1 ' NO. W. FOfTRTH-BTRKKTa PIKKH OPKRA HOU8E, ; ; kciknati. ' . -,. ,i WE OF If BR TO THB PIT HMO yorunl ftnrovffninl, and to mrt th dtmnnl fnr m HKi. H'w -pneca rtmur n ariiiiv, imr itttrulHCvi n KW RTYLR. wnrknifflinon tlm umt nrinrini tt-ud BiMaklnf lit ftm fititrU. tliuncb nut ao t.ibii 6d- lnii'ii, mriiu-riii m 'ij i,n n. The lefrstnce, iixwd, nnttwlewnewi anil nlmfilfltrnl the Machino. tho bctutr and trengih of tiu h, W inn ALtBt on both smKft, irapritttirila to nrtl, mn InaXTiflaT 11 tl vll&in Of rilltfA nn tllat UIlaisM1 attrlst. the) cononiy of tlinar nml aiinptiibllity to lb t)ilckn( or thlunoMt fabi-it, has reniri tliit th immi tifi cowful and pupuUr Fauiilj Sewtuc iSachlDi now tiiHda. . At our varinuN fflco we well at New York pi-irmi, and (rive Intlructlon), (rr of charge, to ennble pur ciiuwri mi uruiutu-y womnis, unm 'lis quiii. liter, bind and tuck, wW on the eatue machine, anil warrant It for threa eaxii. Send or call for a ctrcllar oontaining full particu lar, pr.oea, teatimoniaii, tn. jalf-ay WM, BtJMNER 6c CO. SINGER'S ' SEWING MACHINE Na. a SEWINO MACHINE.. N.l " ' .8100 .. SO r is wfi.1, rNnERrvroonBYitiANi'. r AUTHK KII8 snd aU those who uas Hingoi's Ua chinas, that they will do GREATER VARIETY OF WORK, WILL DO MORE WORK, AND . 1 WILL DO IT IN BETTER STYLE Than ean b done on any other Machine. BlNft tt'B T AHII.T HAOHINES, .!3 and Sr3. syarctBclnaatl Odea, Mo. 8 Vast fonrth-atrsst. mat-ay J AM. 8KAH lQ, Aajrat. K K L H '!. Y ' H' Improved Double-threaded FAMILY SEWING MACHINES I No. 72 West ronim-sfTeet. THO!!! IN WANT OP A GOOD HEW ING MAOHINE ara Invited to aiamlua ours before purchasing slsawuare.. . , JOUVKT & CO, rVsentsH ' auS-cni , No. 7'J Wast foarth, np ataira. $30. $30. 1 $30. i $30. ' $30. " ' ' Thtrty-tlo'liar' ronbts Lock-itftch '' ' '' ' Family Sewing Machines HECUBBD BT BECK NT LKTTKBB PATI9V. rln3IJt,MAPHiNle HA BBBN PTtO- -BL NOtJNCED by all oompeti-ut jU'ig,, who have am It, to bo the bast and most deairabla T amily hewing Machine aver introduved, axoAaDLB&B or vaaca. It will saw- all kinds of family good, from .ua ,ri, iuitm..i vu ma very nness Bboric, saaaa.aoa sea all Itnda of thread, from No. 8 to 3U0. . go OU iaaaaal aa top laa JJarlwaa. Send for a circular, or call and aee it In operation. besMmrwd7 tM"oaU' stu i County righ Is aaay Aaenergatle parson eanaiaka a frirtnne In it short time. Agents wanted la all unaold Territory. , . , . ; B. J. BI7BTM AN, , Bole and exclusive agsnt lor the United mates, ; sepH-lf t. Weal foorth-strest. Ciocinaatl. Don't Read This I vt uiniuuH sua iMftiiiiuoiv noapiiaut wnere narnu hail many ynarV pravtico In the treaUuent of ve nereal diMgVBAM. but luorA m-Minfrlv nf M rt-n -Viars yich Uljan aro to be fumid iu tJaeir nukaat Ibrui. yunng inn pruciico tnere, m counwtlou with Dv. Von ANTONIO DR LAVBVALtLfel, one of tlm mmt eminent phriiclaue iu Maxlco aud Hpaln, they dlecovered a remedy In one of tha Inextoati planta, and found only iu Suothern Mexico, that rvmuvee, an if kr Tnalc, ail tba Tenereal taint from thw ayttem, lathe prtmari or eeouudary iutnt., fiyphill,ia lb wo rt ilaffe, Krrmanentlr ctrrwl in a Tory hort tim, and the ijriUm Ukoroughly clean ted and pure, an If It had never bi contaminated by that wutet of all dieeatwa. 8 pbilia. tknfuia, lApnT' ao4 -all ktndt) of corruptluu of tho bltiod and diHouaAti of tliH kin removed pernauently aad quickly by thfe pow erfulagant and aldr of nature, 11 MexIcaabpecitK." No one aoed be reduced to a tteletoti, and uffor tb torturee of the iiyuliUou.ai4 robbed of, hie lat dollari and1 still not cured. Dr. Calvin alio neale all kJuda of ckronio dlaaaaea with fiaat eucoeM. Mtl kine only to pay for, aa all diauatM axe trnatt-d freo of uhai-fje, exoope by Hpooial oontraot. Pereotw at a distance can be treated by aendiutt oorreofe etaio me dm of their oaaea by lot tar , and ten cents -ih pcpHtagfl p tain n. Call ou or addrene I. CALVIN. 30,1 Ttne-itrtvat, betwwn Fifth and Slxth-.troeU Ciucinaatl, Uhio. ow im the taiua-to-moriw maw be too late. " The DtMitor haa located permautTrHlrtB tha city, and can at all timea be found at hie oHioe , a&ttaud for t'ireutar. " ' .- Ko.203 Vlne-street. 1 - (mytft-ay)' ,-tl i ..,,- t. -. i RED CEDAR JPJST ntt K p KITED PER MTBAMEB, 73,000 rest Tannuaastt Bad Cedar, and tor sals at very l..w prices. . . . 8,000 Cedar fenea Postal 'J.OOO matlonos roau?' ,.:'.l:lii, .1 't .40,000 roitt Fencing Orders for Cedar Boards, Joists, osts. Hooting.' Ac, filled at short notice . , , , lotl.nou ft. seas'dlH aud In.lat'com. PlnetuaiW i U.atnls : IltO.otwj ft. saaa'd 1. IS .( ft. second and 14. 2 and 9 in. olear du. do. J udthird couint.iD do. do. euu.uuu ft, pine. Poplar, Oak and Hemlock. Joists and canning. All wellacaeouad, and wilt be sold low for cash, or' on. short tluis, (o make room for new stock, by -, Thoa. v:. Fwria A Oo Wholesale and Retail Liunbep. Oealert saV yard on Frseniaa-streat.1 opposita Aasuvaa.. and neat to 0.. H. and I). R. B. topT iJ-T M.H.c..k. " J3,lM""'k:itt:cK:' M. H. COOK fc CO;, ' ' FBOPBIITOB8 OF ' '' GREAT WESTERN PLANING MILL WHITEWATER CANAL. BXTWBCM Urtli AMD aiXTH-aTBCITH.OIM- , (.Ijj, V1NMATI, 0aUX1 t' '"a'-' ' ' ' IN CONSBill'BNCB OBflAVINO BN. TIKELV altati. lulled building In tha city, and (tataed oar altenttoa to preparing building materials Of every description, wa can salttly aay Ittat our aa- i porlenoe In the bueinoas and our facilities enable us wijr luuuttiuioouiio yutiaers in cassiiyaua at poid. Walnut aiidd.ik Voueors. ., Also, flu flaukiugi! ftr Hctitreaaad ttHiklng-glaaHtts. ' Lei "" reoolaetl fcrty thauaaad foot Of Bedv(Hir. of fine Quality, whirh we can aell at a swonon naau an aaatwvnteiif or Muhoaanv. Itt,h.,." leasffloa Aaan a Aaawsr been aulg tor la t'..la airc ' ht. ' . niaa-tf . . 'I IIJII'III ;-t: vt. BowtER, "TsBtor-ixxaajry Bvtrgoou, HHJ't' )ltl" a. , aAUwia. " J. f. 4Uiwi. . i I . it BAI.BWIN aV BALDWIN, " "Mn , - 1 : :ii,.l A- 3 r sggsa."'-..-.!.:. iMinrsw 1 m swu.