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OfNtTHIKATt fcAILT FBKS8 Is i.llvtraa to
arexriber. tn Cincinnati, Oovlngtoa n
orromllnj ttleg ud town, el ' , '
Ib extiwm.ly low i .
MKVBN CENTS A WIIBJ'.1
riUBLl TO SAMIKS. ,
ivi.n ..WilMwtf.-mrnle rnplea, CI cental 1 !
AO rentes month., I ; I r, 8.1 ftO.
VKW NATIONAL TIFKATKR. - JOHN
tsATKS, .Proprietor and Maiwtffr.
Th- smMic tire rwipwotfnIlT infnrmwl that an en
Knt?rmjiit hurt bwit effwited, for two nttrhl wily,
FRKNt'Il OPKRA COMPAlTr, .
Vroni the nw Opera-house, Mew Orleans.
On TI'KHOAY FVKNINU.Jnty W, will be
lttcHpnt(l Alfyorhwr's grand Opera to two act,
I'lltttlOll , , .
ROBKUT LE DIABLH.
I!'tcrl the D I. Mmw. PhiHnpe; fWtmm. Mns,
ienihrel ; Kftlmtiunt, Mon. Moiirdeir.; Alice, Mud
lime Philippe! othes characters Dy the Company.
T-t commence with the beautiful comic Operetta,
LA (J II ATT E METAMOltPlIOSKE.
(The Cat Chawtee Into ft G1tI.
MtiKttf, IH'lla DartT. Marianne, Mud. Bourdsfa;
Uiiido. Mons. Me-imakr ; Dig Dif , Mom, JWitrla.s.
I.ATh or AimtMioir Irw Circle and Psr-inetr..
75 tort ; Second Tier nnd Family Circle, AO cents;
third Circle ,"enU. . - '
Notic. No extra charge for rpuwved seats. Brut
i n be tmcnrtHl dtirtua- tlio day by application at ii
Uox Ottlce. , -
Dwirt open at TM o'clock, and the Opera will com
rt:o at 6 o'clock , procif ly.
CINCINNATI TROTT1NH PARK.
A Tiottlnl Mutih fr1.00, .mil kn. b
three In nvc, to hrut.,will cutiiu oil on TUhSDA Y,
July Hi. i BHrm.
Jiio. I., ftwwiity, nnii' b. g. Tom Tlinrub, Korkpy.
i:ol. A. Inlii, st" lu. Kim 1.. j . t Own",
ronttuttMl .nil liit-nttina rac. A Kreut deal of
money ban txwu lt ou ti. vvvni, nil no doubt but
tti!t time will be made.
Race to enmo off at 4 o'clock. '
t are will loavo tlio C, H. D. K. B. Depot, at J!
and 3;W o'clock for tho touni-. L a . .
je? . . TH08. J. 8TEPHJ5N8, ronrlotor.
tVOTICK.-THK NATIONAIj THBATFR
ib now lor rent tor me Dummor iieiwwu, it ..iib
tilcal Pert'irmanciw, Italian, Oarman or Burlfxine
Ooraa, Ac, Ac, and may be bad on renaonauio term.,
y tho D)bt or week, ror parnciliare, iippiy vt
JOHN BATEH, "
Mational Tbeatrr Bi.iiaina. -oiTji
tf "" Byornnorttreet.
IGOOD NIGHT 1
A ni'ET FOR HOPHANO AND TENOR
A Miwir. by L. 1). lloaid. .
iva West Fourth-it.
Utr.ll tIKDAIi P1ANOH THE BF.ST W
ma A ii bitkC A.1 otca t Lrup (01
NtiW Yurk powertul toned dutible
frrmndjtion Con.rt Piano-v. pro
ionnced hj Llvta. Tlmlberg and other
..4.. urllnta lltn luull. til V ifltABrtt.
we will etll lower for crhIi than any other dealer In
t ha city, Pianne and Hlwlodeona tuned and repaired
IKrntiirhlv I'ianiaM to Ul At from 6 to Sib WrQUar-
t-r. Magical inHtnimooUf eel ling at halt-pncea. D
not huv or rent a Piauo until jou hare called and x
JJiniNO it BHO.. Hole Aenta,
, . l'lano lnalern and Al
Ml No. 227
l'iano Dnalern and
r W. Miiii-ntrtec, mur am.
Delaware .County; OHiof, W
UPrK TO VISITORS SEEKING HEALTH OR PLEASURE,
rROM xcne to October'.
rriCKKTH FOR THK ROUNII. TRIP,
M5, per l.itllo filiamt tuilroad anri umriDtiatt:
Tlaro'ltiA auj uayiou itauroea, ai 7iav a. i., v
;l..rinO.M In Whim Hnlalmr hlnlion.
Ticket, for the Kound Trip, . per Ltttl. Miami
KAilrnHd, at 7l.SIana 1 A. m. ana .1 r . n.,.wi
vof I'invUiuati, llnmiltou and riavtoh UalUoad,
7t7Tw A. 31., via uoluinnuB lu bswis uiiiimt. .
Pol rooinH or other laiornintlon, addres. ' " (
A. WILSON, JR..
White Billphur Poetofflio!
Ivjrtf Delaware County, Ohio,
Don't Head This I
riiHK MOST WONDER PV L DISCOV-
V EllV Oa-' THE AOE.-Ur. CALVIN, fcUMly
ii Lomton una iM.itoiore uttsvitaii wnerv u
lioul mun viiuii' nrnfttii'M in tiiii trpntmiint O
unreal diteaHce. but nuro recently of Mexico, where
mch diwiiaee are lu h f .an.l la their rankeat torm,
Alui-iixT i. in nivir-tii'rt a ha rat. ill riniltiCtilU Willi lr.
Ij.ui ANTON Il VH LAU8VALL1.18, one of
most eminent iWyeioino in Mexico and bpaln, they
iii,U'avoivrl & ivnii'dv in one of the Muxicuo pi ante,
ndiI found only in Southern Mexico, that removes,
it by tuaRic, all the venereal taint from the system,
m too primary or eevondary form. Hyphilts, in
woret itage, permanently cuted lu a wry short time,
and tho riyutem thoroughly cleansed and pure,
II it had nuvor beon coniaminated by that woist
.11 .ll..r Uuaillaa HATllfllla. IinrO,V ind
kinds of corrupt iuq uf thn bh-od and disuAites of
-kin rom-el prnmneTitly and quickly by this pow-
i PilUlUKeUI I1U lIUortiliiAVrti-if ; -.ex..- w,..-...
i Ko one ued be reduced to a skeleton, and sutler
f lortures of tlm inguisuion, ana runirou i aiw uy
I .l..uf fl ut ill Pint mimd. Dr. Calf In also heals
I lilr.la .if xln-ntili- iltUfikHAa with fiTfiUt lUCUtMS. Mod'
' IvIdh oulv to pay lor, as all diseases are treated
f char ko, except by Mpuclal contract. Persons at
i1 distance can be treat -id by eondlog'vorrect state
...u..ro r txir rum li lottr. Rnd ten cents
.w,..,,. .tiiiirM. i!avI1 mi or Kildrcss Dr. CALVIN,
fit i Vhui.Hiraet. betw-.-n Fifth and Sixth-streets
; ( incinnsti, Ohio. Now 11 tho timo to-morrow
; no loo isie. jt
' The Doctor liM located permanently lu the city,
and can at all times be luuiia w nis on ice.
i shcud ror circular.
No. 203 vine-street,:
iSKJIAN.-Madamo Kl.UH'S Ol'B-
II IMC El. HI It uovel tail. t cur. all klnd.ofd.Hw
it: At. i'iinji
'.lie. of the I'tenie, the Klilneyn, Orarie., Bladder
end Urethra, I'rolapiu. (lallliiKi Uterlo, IuHamma-
. ion and t'loeratlon oi ine itouiu, uuw.uai w, u-.w
jong ataudiug, permanently cured by the Ufa or
E lamia-. ... . ..
flladaiUC roilTB Wlin pioaeur in ine luimniiia
I i.'t one of tho heat drngglat. iu tnecity : .
1 '"ro(Piil)Hoad()ieioili (al'articiilar;
We, the uudenlgued, ere not in the habit of
l "WO, HIP lniUNii.lKU.ai. .
; lug our name to Pulout MediclniMl but knowing
! I the l.nly r-liy.iciau, and the medicine, culled,
I't-rlue EUiLlr, wo choerlully recommend it toall
.uflt riog hoih mule Dnou of au KiuJ,
ply vegetable, and In uo caae oan da uuury;
nil try. and our word for it, you will nud
"If. I). HltL. Dnigglat,
Comer or r inu anu Aace-.treeia.
N. B -Kor aale a th. PrtntipaV';ce, 144
hitlh-.t., Moti.enu Baoeaud llm ; BUWAKD BtJtN
I.AN A Co., corner of Main and Vuurth-ata. ;
HILL, corner ol Hues and Klflh-ata. ; and drug
gin. gouBiiilly ILniaiijhout the city and country.
Fn?c, ON B DOLLAR I'KB BOlTLB. o t
Uadume KLLIS haa returned Irotn the South,
caube found at bur ofnea, 144 Weat rllAtU-al.,at
I tun at Hlrtasure. or Preeming Ii. cctrdi"iI',i(l1
Kstablishtd 1-av.s of f-aturc." nosmH.VEf
.Iron, aud tbo mt wishing lnuwUl u u -
... ........ .i.-.,. wUh.Ki siirt r. Nn medlclua to
IVrlectly healthv In all ivHpwjts. St-at W
ri..ll...I ltnl.il p.irii rtl lif Il '
Dr. t.'A LV IN In also Aacnt tor Madame De
ftYruale Mualhly Pills.; Thcas Fill aroluvaliiatl
olmtructcd muuttw. I(ulits nuould nob um
luiiiiK prbguaucy, aa Ihoy will tiauna luutcarrlaffeii.
Iziwahox. biitioany pftrtoi thii country, by
L'jJMUiOI AUU1W" Uf. wnu' "i Tt
I'lll" J J M LI L UI . 4IWIWP (. wi.ai. ai
riucluumti, Ohio, or call at office No
fetrtwi. uviwfsii suiu aim
ii. ia -r, 13 lX'.
Tin-plate and Sliect-lron Worker
f lias rwrnorea w 1
A I1ENT FOR OTEWARt'8 Atm.TIGlrTT
M. ..v.r JT..I u'ii.t..r Cmlilnir'Htove. AIho
I I Carter'. I'UterluM ly draut, wTi.I 1 may
jXiiiig dona with promptiiM. and dulpatohl.,
if. n,iTTPBKTjIj & CO.,
MANUFACTURE It Is OF BAR, HHUET
and llocr Iron, tiow Hlab., lUllroad
ito AUo, agent, for tne wie ol ironvoa oiax
Waroroorna. No. IS Baat Dooondwaet. CluciaiiaU
0lSrAII kind. Iron wiada to wr - ' 1 .
j b'l.tU.r. botwea kjjj-) WuVrtttci.aU.
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VOL. Ill, TO. 136.
CINCINNATI. TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 10.1860.
PRICE ONE CENT.
LittLb Miaai IT mlantea farter than Oltr ilnet
Ti3 A. M , 1 0 A. M. ud 11 P. H. Colombo. Ao
commodation. 4 P. M. Xenla Aoooronodatlon,
CmoiMMATi, Bamiltov and Datto 7 nlnat.
faater tban Oitr tlme.l A. ., Vt.ia A. M., HiltO
P. M. and P. M. Bamilton Accommodation, 8 A.
U. and 3iS0 P. M.
Ohio and Mmimippi (It anfnetn. .lower than
Oltr tlme.l 4i49 A. H. and 9i35 P. M. IauUtIIh)
Accommodation, i P. M.
iNDIAKAPOLia AND ClHOIItllATI flHoaT-LlRI 12
Inato. .lower than City time, 9i0 A. M., II18O
M. and P. M.
HAatiTTA amd CutoiNitATf (7 mlnntoa faster tban
City time, flilS A. M. and 3i30 P. M.
CormoTON amd Liiihotom tOlty time, Si43 A.
. and 3i3S P. M.
OlMCIMMATI, RlCMMOKD AND iNDIAMArOLII A.
VSUIOP. M.,a P. II.
tiTTi.a Mum-3i50 A. M., 8 A. H HiO 1 A. M.
and4i4P. M. "
Ohio AKBktimiaiirri-7130 A. M., 1Ai!18 P. M.
and 9i0 P. al.
ClMOimiATt, HiMILTOM AMD Datton Tt43 A. M.,
10i40 A. II., 1 P. M., Si30 P. M., TiSS P. M. and
iNDIAMAMtia AMD OlMOIHMATI lOll 3 A. II.,
P. II. and 111 P. M.
Marietta amd Cincinnati IOi.I'J A. M. and
5tl3 P. M. '
Cotimotom amd LuiNaToN 10i33 A. M. and
tSS P. At.
Oimoimmati, Richmond and Indian apolu Ti43
A. M.,1 P, M., Si30 P. At.
Bast Min..-ArriTe. 3i30 A. M. and 4i40 P. It.j
Clueo. at 1 A. M. and 8 P.M.
BAiTmoaa, Washinhtoii and WHCiLnm. Ar
rive, at SiSO A. M.; close, at 8 P. M.
ST. Lotus and Locuvilu. Arrives at 11 A. M.
and 10 P. M.i cloae. at 1 A. M. and 4 P. M.
Chicago and Nobth-wt. Arrive at 11 A. M.
and 10 P. M.i clo.es at 1 A. M. and 4 P. M.
The New Orleans Cretcent deserts Breckin.
ridge and goes for Bell and Everett.
Some land was lately sold in the city of
London at the ratio ot I'juv.uuo per acre.
Why is a dun tike A woodcock'? Because
he bores with his bill. '
The number of lost children in the United
States, during one year, is not less than
1,000,090.- ' 1 ' ' ' .
William H. Seward, jr.. son of Senator
Seward, has jost been married to Miss Wat
son, ol Syracuse.
The San Francisco (Cal.) .BuHefi'nhas been
sued for $40,000 damages for calling a lawyer
Halifax, N. 8., has voted $4,000 to defray
.1 C .K- U-Inn. nfVTT.l.a'. Vlol. n
tn at any. . in '
' r...- . j uAW vinv;ja
liinuK a uiiunuu um. " iviiub,
on Tuesday, four negroes were killed while
asleep in tneir quarters. .1 .. r .
r. ,, .,j j i,. c r- Q..1.. ;
A BU1UI1 UU1IU. U.UKUIOI wi i nici muia, iu
White CountyArkansas, was devoured by
111111V WniUIJ, AlBBUMOl 1
hogs one day of last week.
In Bristol. England, recently, three men
were killed by being blown from the top of a
inreeiory nonse aunug a niga wiuu.
' Ia !Ooo Oonnt,Tf.? four horses and
uiree town were auieu ua weu or m- ibkic'
stroke of lightning.
The vellow fever is increasing in and near
Havana, -but its virulence is much less tban
usual, only a rew ot tne cases proving rauu.
Whir is it that Louis Napoleon can not in
sure his life ? Because no one can be found
to make ont bis policy.
' A lanrvnr in never so mischievous as when
be has but little practice; nor a phyBiciarf, as
when be has a good deal.,
.Tnnan Bunker, while deeply intoxicated,
fell into a swollen gutter daring a heavy
utiirm. near Dubuoue, Iowa, and was
Emanuel Banim, a married man sixty years
old. eloned from a small town in East Ten
nessee last, week .with. his niece, a young
woman or twenty.
Joseph Ttettell, on a wager of $100, threw
a stone, at Oakford, Mich., a day or two ago,
to the extraordinary distance of three hun
dred, and fifty yards.
- Mitrgoret Williamson, a girl of eleven years
old, fell upon a saucer she was carrying,
New Haven, Conn., a day or two since, and
so cut her neck that sne Died to aeatn.
A natent boiler for boiling clothes blew up
in Boston, Mass., on Wednesday, and so se
verely scalded Jane Heurie, a domestic, that
her life is despaired or.
' A rthnr Holmes, abov of thirteen, fell while
running with another boy near East Had
Wednesday, and received
fatal waund from an open knife in his pocket.
' Two courtesans engaged In a prize fight
near Mobile, Ala., on Wednesday, for $100
ar mounts, n.ia., uu , , ou-w-; , ....
side, and after thirty rounds, the smaller
the two was declared victorious.- ,
A thief in Ehcrland. recently, took refuge
n a chimney, and rofused to go np or down.
in a m'uiuuj o - -r -
His captors lighted a fire under him, and
"smoked him out." v ' '
yki i.wnliinloor1' anthiiniiuim in Eno-land
haA reached even the women. At Hartlepool
a corpeof ladies are regularly drilled by
't'l, .Tndo-ea of the Courts of Erie and War-
D-nM -h.T. rAfnand t1 orant
1CU UV.U.ICBl . V .. I. ) a.M.v . n
any licenses for the Bale ot Bpirituous liquors
during tne current year.
AriAiit one hundred weavers of the Meta-
.vi.a. Mill at Fall River. Mass.. have struck
for higher wages, demanding an- lucreaue
three-quarters oi a cent per cut., , ., , , ,
rthnrla. Mnrrii andhis wife, having become
very poor, in Forsyth County, N.C., resolved
lout week to end their lives, and therefore
died by the aid of laudanum in each other's
arm... I ' ' ' ' 1 1 ' ' -1
' I n.m nluve who had been whipped
....i. k, hi. mistress, in Gilmer County,
Georgia, during the night cut two of
children inroats ana nuu.
.. A-iHanatjli has hen found in the Govern
ment-housei at Palermo, .which shows
the Austrian uovernmeni is secretly aoomi-
ing the Neapolitan King
The British Vice-Consulate at Syraouse
ii.. iuun ravaged by the Neapolitan
troops, and the wife of the Vice-Consul
at three times-
rir.ir, T). Davis, of Waterford, N.
cemmilted suicide by taking strychnine,
while' In a state of mental depression
losses in business.
' Tho.1 Iiimnntiva anorinaers and firemen
the leading English railways are combining
in order to hava their time of labor reduced
to tea hours per day.
Tha Prince of Wales, attended by
Ka.l nf St Germans, and a large retinue.
will eoibirk fur Canada on the 11th Inst,
board tha new Bieam-irigaie, or. usortg, ,
ii' It advertised in 4 New York paper
fw.... A. thonaand to ten tnonaand dollars
at -the New York Hotel to Stake
BracVlnrWa Lane will carry Louisiana
against iwugtaa. 'i -,n
tj i j-ii J-''-
The Universe as Seen by an Astronomer.
Tlie A'orf A Britiikjievitio has the following:
In wafting otiraelvea in Imairinatioa to our
own satellite, the moon the nearest of our
celestial bodies we have passed over a dis
tance eqnal to thirty times tlie ammeiei 01
remotest of the olanets.
space eqnal to twenty times the earth's dis
tance from the sun. Thus placed at the limits
of a system inclosed in a circle of eighteen
nundrta millions 01 nines in ramus, our ap-
Ereciation of distance would appear to be ex
austed, and we seem to be as on the margin
of an unfathomable abyss. The telescope,
nowever, ana tne mural circle, enanie us ui
span the void, and the genius of man, proud
of the achievement and justly, if humbly
g obe. in advancing to tne sun we travel
r a distance equal to thirty times that of
moon; and fore we reacli Uranus, the
, . j I
we unTV u.iciku m I
. , ... .. . . r' i
P"?"2 K." T1I !Srr.
111HVB lOc null us ui ma uwu bjowuuj, mav wu i
may stud V 'the nearest world in tte firma-
meJt of neaven. Beyond this frontier lies
the whole universe ot stars their binarjr
systems, their- clusters, and their nebulous
The observed parallax of one-fourth of a
second in a Lyra, carries us four times as far
into the bosom of space; though beyond this,
as we have no DOBitive measure of distance.
itwouldbeasunpbilosophical to assign limits
to creation, as to give it an infinite range.
In this rapid flight into space we have tra
versed it but in one dimension, and the line
which we have traced is but a unit in the
scale of celestial distance. Creation, in its
wide panorama, Is still above us, beneath us
and around us. The over-arching heavens
still inclose us; and innumerable worlds
sparkle in its canopy.
If from this bourne, from which the astro
nomical traveler alone returns, we look upon
our coarse, our own planetary system ceases
to De perceived, its sun is aim liseu out
an invisible point in the nebulous light that
IntArvAnMt. Whrc. then, ia mif terrestrial
ball; its ocean its continents its mount-
sins its emoires its dynasties its thrones?
Where 18 our latheriana its .actions its
Christians, disunions its slave crimes, and
its unholy wars?" Where is our home its
endearments its hopes and its fears?
Where is man, intellectual monad the only
atom of organic life that can pierce the
depths and interpret the enigma of the uni
verse? and yet the only spark of a spiritual
nature which disclaims the authority and
resists the will of the universal Kingi
They nave all dunppearea inutile lar-ou
perspective the long vista of space, whose
apex; were it a sun, the hugtist telescope
would tail to descry.' no living ining nere
meet the eye, and no sentiment associated
with life presses on the affections. The tiny
organisms ot earth and ocean every thin
that moves and breathes that lives an
dies all are engulphed in the great concep
tion ot the universe, me straining mina can
not unite the immeasurable extremes. The
not unit the immeasurable extremes, ine
infinite In snace. the eternal in duration, the
omniDotent in power; tne rterreci m-wisaom.
alone fill the expanded soul, and portray in
their awful combination the creator 01 the
Painful Tbaqkot in Nbw Oblians A
Youno Man Fatally Stabbsd in ths Pbis-
ncb or his Bbiob. George Schwarger. i
I peaceable ana inuusirious vuuuk man, uo-
I T . , . rt , i' : ii ..
sitting with his young wife, to whom he had
been recently weuoea, on tne steps oi a nouse
in New Orleans, the other evening, when
young man, John Rencke, passed by, and
looking up at Mrs. Schwarger remarked, in
loud ana insulting manner - inert s one oi
my wives.',' , Tha indignant husband leaped
to his' feet, and retorting with the exclama
tion, i "You're a a d nan" siappeu nencac
across the face with the Deck ot nis nana.
Rencke instantly drew a knife and thrust
into Schwarger s side, up to tue nut, ana
then made bis escape. Schwarger staggered
back, and fell into the arms of his terrified
wife. He was carried homo, and died in
short time. . Rencke wag soon after arrested
and placed in prison., . , i ,
! - . ) i i aa i --
Exteiit or Sicilian Cities. According
dispatch from Naples, the Neapolitans still
retain in Sicily not ouly Messina, Syracuse
and Agosta, but also Milazzo and Licata,
Milazzo is situated on tha road between Mes
sina and Palermo, at -the entrance of the
isthmus near the cape which bears its name,
and is twenty-seven miles from Messina and
one hundred and forty-eight from Palermo.
It is a kind or depot lor me garrison or Mes
sina; for the fortifications of Milazzo, which
were once considerable, were destroyed
1864. 'The population is about 12,000. Licata
c 1 . : d....... II -..!.;.
serves for yictualizing Syracuse. It contains
16,000 inhabitants, and stands on tne roau
from Girgenti. Licata has a fortress built
rock, which advances into the sea.
How to Havb Harp Botteb Without
To have delightfully hard butter in summer,
without ice, the plan recommended by that
excellent and useful publication, the Scientific
American, is a goon one. rut atrevet, or any
open flat thing with legs, in a saucer; put
this trtvet the plate ot butter; fill the saucer
with water; turn a common flower-pot upside
down over the butter, so that its edge shall
be within the saucer and nnder the water;
plug the bole of the tlower-pot with a cork,
then drench the flower-pot with water: set
- . . i
a cool place until mormng, or if done
- breakfast the butUr mi bl very hard
I aiX.nr. 't,;rl whn have been learnina- nhiloso-
phTi astronomy, syntax, and prosody,
i uur, aauuuuaiji, bju. w.wvMj,
I an explanation of this withip a month!
I 1 '-
Mybtbbiods Orioin or ths Revolt
India. -The great revolt in India was
ceded by a mysterious communication passed
from hand to hand by the natives throughout
tha India Empire. A similar warning in
to be now in circulation among tne natives
of the Behar district. - It consists of a written
slip bearing the words: "Juggernaut
closed, i Distribute 600 copies, or your
ilies aro cursed.
A Murpbbbb) Makes Confession from
mobsb. In the year 1816 the body of a young
woman was found in the River Kamp,
Germany. It was supposed sue boa commit
ted suiefde to hide her shame. A few
since a peasant gave himself up to the
thorities, conressing ne uaa urowueu
Although be had since married and brought
up a large family, the torments of remorse
impelled him to the disclosure.
Nativity of the Presipentbof tbb Union
Down to 1828, every Presidenthad been
rrom the old thirteen states, -n ow,
nine rival candidates for President or
President, but one (Mr. isverett, ot Massachu
setts), is a citizen of an original State.
five o!tlie candidates for President Lincoln,
Douglas, Bell, Breckinridge, and Houston
live in the. Mississippi Valley, or near
borders, i , --..
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AtTivicLAL Pboduction or Oysters.
artificial' production of oysters having
on several parts of the coast of
Atlantic, the frsncu tjovtu-uineni, una
to employ tho system ou those of
Mediterranean also. At Thau, near
the apparatus invented by M. Costa was
a few. days ago, and as many
200,000 oysters, which bad been brought
Bordeaux, were placed in It. . .
Tbb Invention of tbb udillotimb. it
been generally supposed that the guillotine
was invented aunug tne rrvuen niiuiuuoa,
Mr. Young, editor of the New York
writing ttVm Nuremburg;, Germany, says
m - . .-1- ., ...,uf . f..
on the wan or tne principal uunuiug iu
city ia a fresco painting, executed iu 1621,
a guillotine in operation." . , -?.( t' x
Remarks of Rev. Mr. Conway, of Cincinnati,
on Theodore Parker, at the Western
Unitarian Conference at Quincy, Ill.
l'ardon me, Mr. Chairman and friends, for
ng before you a second time during this
niim's sessiun. 1 arose before at the call
rr mv Ttrnthmn f nnw arine ta serve a bur-
i . , u 7"
den restmg on H own heart. My voice
warns me that I can ""t say much but 0
i nn if hh i ii.vn kiiv vui.c m viii.b vim ni i
not be found fuiling In homage to the gifted,
thit trtif Hie heroic.
Mr. Chairman, ere this Conference ad
journs, 1 "would utter In it a namt. When,
JUSfc now, upon uictiuunuuir . ua. ib ,iccu;u
Tor the greatct efficiency of our preawhing?
the able and eloquent pastor ot All Houls's
Church drew the graphic and true portrait of
a true minister and prophet of the soul, 1
lliooeht one man at least I have known
worthy to bo considered the living original
ftfihat trtrait. Sir. a remarkable spectacle
z e (M,,.iK
has passed lfore the Amen can hurch-a
P' farmer s son b J h dividing h.-tjme
between his Horace and the bay-Held, earn.
Inor bv the sweat of his brow that scanty
purse whoso contents were never lost, be
cause, according to Franklin's maxim, he
emptied his purse into his head this plain
boy grows up to be a plain, man. He has no
nriitnrical irraces is not flashy, nor suave,
nor glib is not handsome nor brilliant in ap
pearance or manner, but lol for fifteen years
he holds an average audience of four thou
sand pereous spell-bound nay, his audience
is innumerable, his parish stretching from the
ocean at his own door beyond'the banks of
your glorious river, tne latner or waters, m
each of our parishes be has been before ns,
and nrcnared channels for Our truest testi
mony, our largest thought. Sir, how can we
better consider the Question of ministerial
efficiency than by piercing to the secret of
such an influence, such a power as this?
f PL.;.-.,, I haI MmamliaV Tli.ivlftN
Parker in this Conference for the purvose of
it is no time or place-
1 iuatifvinghlS theology
for that; I have my own pulpit in which to
say what 1 think about that. We all know
that hi ineoiogy, nowever ne may vaiue
was put forth truly from the vigorous life
his own heart and brain. I recall an an
ecdote of Burns, the poet, who one day' walk
ing the streets of Edinburg with a fine
gentleman in broadcloth, turned from him
awhile to converse with a countryman
smock frock, corduroy, and hide boots.
When be returned to the fine gentleman, the
latter expressed surprise that ne should stop
in the stree to pay attention to a man
such a guise. "W by, you fantastic gomerll,"
cried Burns, "it was not to the smock frock
and hide boots I was speaking, but to the
man in them: and the man in them would
outweigh you and, and ten of as, any day!"
7 mL.i... I,?....' ...
Sl ao tne ineoiogy Ol lneooore x-raer, ruuim
or smooth as it may be to you or me, was
nevertheless the honest garb of his great
I 1 A 1. 1 " tU. .V. I,..
Bniii- i am nuL lUcHfi Uil UI iuhi uiuu, uui.
. i it a .. 1 1 : a
tne man m iH anu u
I ana true man mere, sucu au ouu aa wu
' . i tf.,. wnriri t hnnnr
. - I" 1 . ... ... n n .
Oil. HQOia UI UB U.IO "W " " ma. wnuj
they who found the way to his heart found
. . , , f i
there an ineffable tenderness, found him
once the manliest and womanliest of men.
Many of ns can appreciate that sacred lost
between him and that man whom
we all love to honor in this Conference James
Freeman Clarke. As they were parting,
Parker went up to him, placed bis hands
his shoulders, and kissed him on the cheek,
and said, "James, if you and I never meet
again in this world, we have the happiness
of knowing that there never has been between
us one word, or one feeling, or one action
unkindness." In telling this, Mr. Clarke
aid, 1 1n the Old World- you - will nee
who carry in their button-boles red ribbon,
tlie sign that they belong to the Legion
Honor. As long as I live. I shall carry
apparent to others, but known to myself
the mark of that tender fraternal kiss on
cheek. It is to me the sign of belonging
the Legion of Honor." We need no sign
our friend belongs to the Legion of Honor,
for he must ever belong to tue nouie order
who can rise above the low prejudi -es about
v, i :.L. L. .liif....... . ,,.
nun, auu witu ,u.wm uumiomcii, iicbi
honorable man honorably.
The first secret of Parker's power over
people was his character. Sir, it is a
and significant thing, when a man lives
ur in nn neiolihnrhnnrl. dnrinir all
latter part of that life hated by shrewd
reckless politicians, hunted by keen-scented
i orthodoxy in Church and State, howled at
Erayer-meetings, enviea ana persecuted
is own fellow-Christians, who considered
themselves compromised in mm, ana yet
have encountered none so low mm ne
pick up from any soil a stone to hurl at
I ' I" 1. ..V... .....fa. th. mirilv nf
rectitude of his character, the purity of
life, the fidelity ol his heart.
I might name many other elements of
wonderful success: his strong genius,
mao-nificent toil, might all be beard as full
meaning for us who nave closed in with
Western work. But only one thing
can I mention. Theodore Parker entered
into the heart of man, and the kingdom
God, existing but unevoked therein, by
good and safe old human door.
We are all ready to cast on the altar ot
the fairest flowers which we can cull
preach our most imposing discourses, to
our nncst sentiments, our must atiracuvu
rhetoric; but not always to give drop by
our heart's blood, to bring all the fruits
comfort aud repose to that altar, to be
sumed by Pre Irom Heaven, i rememoerme
lemnd of St. Amnion. He had resolved
withdraw himself from human society
fta cares, that he might devote himself
"... pis cares, mat lie migut ucyuw umueu
I the service of God, according to the monastic
I ideas of the age. But at night an angel
before him, bearing in nis nanas nowers.
flowers in the right hand were in appearance
exactly like those In the left: but irom
latter exhaled a fragrance as of Paradise,
those in the right nand were entirely
"What flowers are these, O
cried Arnulph, "and wherefore are these
1 ...4 lino. nrWhnnt frao-funrtn?"
spirit replied: "The flowers in my right
' 1 . t .1
at tne WOrKS OI lUO0 WUU Hwraie
.ia. fl om life for the service of God:
" .- 1 . ... ,'
fragrant ones In my lert are tue woras
thnaa who. having lived among men
helped them, ttaall find that they also
been surrendering tiiemseives euureiy
Such flowers were those which Theodore
Parker offered up to God, and their fragrance
is on every wind that sweeps over the
and wherever from any life such
rises, that spot becomes the true, the
true altar of the Most High.
But he has passed away. That greut
the 1 Btill; that voice, which was as tne voice
H'6- 1 JU.UUTJ IMCII, IB uiiflireu, .'f'-l
were me portais oi trutu auu iuvanj,
cold; and we who loved him, ohl with
a love, must now turn toward the past
receding into memory, - choose her
Beared chamber, there to build a shrine,
at a hero's form, where we may go
day when fidelity ia hard, and self is
i . . i . . .....
to renew our vowa, auu rvga.uoi .uo
which never falters on the path of
truth and virtue.
My friends, we can not, ohl we can
throw away such an experience, such
Are these iewels of God so common,
upon the earth, that we can squander
Ohl no; let as set them in the circles
hearts: let us bind them about our brows;
them be signs and tokens or me rugnesi,
that when our children doubt we may
the story of this life, and say: Is It not
uaa tun ri ui iu mo. v- - -"V"":"
that God lives, and is with us? - God
i "v, - B -
Albion, in the greatest field of work upon this
that we should be so atupid and deaf aa
hear God's great admonition, so clearly
j i -i . ..i . ...... .ur- -a. . . ,
lerou la I un luiaiavwii ii.n wuu umiii-w
calm, so yictorious of Theodore Parker.
An Interesting Curiosity—The Knife that
Shaped Washington's Destiny.
An Alexandria (Va.) correspondent writes
thus to the New York Ezprtu:
In the Masonic Lodire at Alexandria, over
which Washington presided as Grand Mas
ter, may be seen a beantiftll knife that was
presented to Washington by his mother, as
an Inducement to prevent him from entering
the flriusn ravv as a jniasnipman, anu-p in
his career which, by the persuasion of his
brother, Lawrence Washington, then serving
as Lieutenant under Admiral Vernon, he had
decided to take. Young Washington was
enraptured with the idea of becoming au
?mJ!f. " ' HA71.
at an early day be High Admiral of the
British fleet. Such was his passion for naval
glory thnfall the tender influences of a most
aftectionate mother were lost upon him, until
that fond parent held out in her nana tne
aforesaid little knife, and said, "Jfy ton
Ueorae. if vou tctl not enter the Aim nat'bi
twites younhall havethii beautiful knife f
1 Be loving son neeaea oniy tins earnest
entreaty ot his mother to cause him to
comply with her request, and be did as all
good sons ana aaugnters snouia ao ne
obeyed the wishes of her who had brought
him into this world, nursed and nurtured
Dim, taugnt mm o go aione, taugm mm 10
think, to speak and to pray. All this and
volumes upon volumes more every good
mother teaches her sons and daughters, and
still they often disregard the advice of their
mothers. Washington followed the teach
ings and wishes of his mother, and, as an
nn irnnni mnn in nn n rrMit.1
1 - . -- . i
n is treasurea us in tae u hsuiokiuu i
Lodge at Alexandria, lor tne purpuse ui
gratifying the visitors to that favorite city of
Washington, and for the purpose of enforcing
the example ot obedience on the part of
children to their parents, set by "The Father
of His Country."
Employment of Women in Public Schools.
We commend and indorse the suggestion of
the Journal in regard to the general employ
ment of women as teachers in the public
schools. Mr. Bigham is an experienced school
director, and he says with gallantry and
In New England, where the common-school
system has been longest established, four
futhit nf all teachers emuloved are feroulcs.
In the large cities ana boroughs ot ourown
State, and also in those counties where tne
system is best sustained, the same proportion
noias. dui woen you get out iuhi iuv
u ' ".i . j
couuirr -uisi,ricui, wucre we ojbkui uiuue
most heavily, you begin to find teaching al-
I most entirely in the hands ot males, flow,
.4' I .L. -4- Habva Inhla Cnm.la nnnilnnl,Arl jgi
ui i luq rnutftj ui uivuwuiv igmnuo vvuimwwu to
i 1: : t j ... it k. m
mo i oeeu cuuipiuiuiv uemuuaiitiKu w icuim
.nMmni fnr mnnt nf the instruction
Lriven in our commuu Dtuuuui. wo mm. n
I " , , , -. , , . .
bould be yielded to them
. I Tnrfoprl WA nr fnllv rr
Indeed, we are fully convinced that the
same salaries that the townships now pay for
third-rate male teachers would secure first
rate female teachers, and that the schools
would be largely tue-gainerg. We know that
a foolish prejudice exists among School Di
rectors and parents that their own school
would be treated badly to have a female
teacher appointed to it. Bui we believe the
time has come when fully competent female
teachers can be supplied to nine-tenths of all
the country schools in Western Pennsylvania,
and that the School Directors would oajy be
doing their duty in refusing to employ third
class male teachers, when their places could
be filled by first-ctiujs female teachers.
AOUIKABLY FOBOKP NoTES ON TUB BANK OF
Enciland. A recent London paper gives
the following notice of a dangerous counterfeit
: "A large number of forged notes of the
Bank of England bearing date the 15th of
Februarv. 1860. are in circulation. They are
I admirably executed, and bear so close a re-
I " i. '
nu semoiance in every respect tu genuine uuca,
that the most experienced persons are likely
the to be deceived by them. The vignette at the
head if the note defies detection, so closely
fifty is it copied from the Bank of England note.
the The paper is of a deeper color than a good
and I bank-note, and the water mark is not only
" ..". .' ,. . , , J
periectiiuiutiiou iu every resucviui tuo uaper
manufactured for the Bank, but it can not be
removed or obliterated by damping a test
hitherto supposed to be infallible for discov
ering the genuineness of bank-notes."
the I Hbadachb th Highest Pbivilxub
hiu In. ... . . . - i
Woman. The most important privilege
womanhood is that of pleading a headache,
often as occasion makes it convenient. One
doesn't wish to be brutal, and if the lady
has a headache, particularly "tucA a head
ache," why, of course, there is no more to
snid. The jig is up -the game is over the
ride abandoued-r-the play is discarded
simply on account of untimely, perverse, but
of course, inevitable headache. "Get out,'
says Dick (her younger brother), "her head
doesn't ache any more than mine. And
suppose it does? What of it? Do I ever
stop for a headache? " No, Dick not you
but you are not a young lady; and, after
my boy, (and that is the bother), who knows
but her head dot ache? Give her the benefit
of that doubt aa the Judge says in criminal
I . . .
An "Abstbhioub" Allioory. When Noah
planted the first vine and retired, Satan ap-
' i .. .j nr :u .....
Ml I lJl""-- ...hv . ( ; i . "
I proached and said: "I will nourish you,
stood I charming plant." He quickly brought three
hand I me ?" and talks of stupendous things. When
I k- ... ...a Vila unue fiirunlrn him
wucm- I no uiiu.. 7' ,77
the at length he wallows in the mud. Need it
. I ' I l. UI .L. U
oi i sam uo reouiuuico uu(.
animals a sheep, a lion, and a hog, aud killed
them one after another near the vine. The
virtues of the blood of these three animals
penetrated it and are still manifested in
growth. When a man drinks one goblet,
is then agreeable, gentle and friendly. That
is the nature of the lamb. When he drinks
two, he ib like a lion, ana says, - v no is
Mabtial Women at Palermo X Pled
monteee volunteer who assisted at the cap
ture of Palermo, says that the Sicilian patriots
were wretchedly armed, but fought
devils, urged on by the women, seme
whom fought at their side, . , . '
Good Reason fob Visiting Califobnia
Mr. Breckinridge, sayB the Louisville Journal,
is going to California, to remain till after
Presidential election. Perhaps he thinkt
that be can better bear the news of his defeat
if it comes to him softened by some thousands
of miles' distance. - ' ' 1
Tut Difference in Success. The Neapol
itan ofhoial Oatettt speaking of the Italian
Liberator before the attack on Palermo,
him " The monster in human shape, Garibaldi
by name," After the capitulation of Lanza,
I the game paperspeaks of " His Excellency,
General Garibaldi. ' , .
Douglas and the Presidency. Mr.
says in his letter of acceptance, remarks
the Louisville Journal, that he ia fully
S rested with the responsibilities of the
We guest he hoi as ample opportuni
ties of being Impressed with them as he
will have. . ;
Anti-CUtbolio Excitement in London.
A disguiled Italian Catholic priest incited
lad ofaixieen,'aon to a Member of Parliament,
from London, England, to run away
I school; aad become a Catholic. The
alter tomo' days, round mm wyrewu
I priest's obese.
. r ...
Romantic Account of a Courtesan—A Story
of a Ruined Young Girl.
Emma Cady was recently arrested in St.
Louis and tried before the Recorder for
drunkenness and vagrancy, and tho St. Louis
Democrat gives this brief history of the un
fortunate girl: .,
Emma Is scventeeu years of age, and very
handsome. She was ton on Spring Creek,
near Springfield, 111., ander parents are said
K nn wealthv and resDactable. About
Tear ago she formed the acquaintance of a
young man nameu ucoiki 1 f
wortliiess ienow, anu uau u. uiwua w.
ins- a livelihood. Emma's family saw the
two Lgether. good deal, warned the girl to
.... .r i . i iur..i
visiting the nou.se. uui me yuuuiiui uuupic.
in spite ot tnese paternal cautions, iimuncu
in hava ancret meetinirs. and finally deter
mined on an elopement. They came to St.
Louis, where they lived as man and wife for
about three months, when Cady, surfeited
with his illicit love, deserted its object and
left her destitute.
Tha oirl did not know what to do. She
endeavored to net work, but failed, and was
ashamed to return to the friends whose ad
vice she had scorned and whose go5d name
she bad compromised. At last sha accepted
a place as waiting-maid in one of the abom
inable underground resorts which have be
come so great a pest to the community. Here,
aa mioht hare been exnected. she contracted
a fondness for drink, and gave herself up to
mmiv excesses. Sinking lower, sho went
into the notorious Rip Van Winkle Saloon,
nn . iiirii-HLrKek. whdid mi c uuuur. . u.v,uv,
i , i. ;nn at nitnr ana flfnl inui a
ran pel which she was sent to the Work-house,
Her father, seeing the fact mentioned in a
newananer. Mini to St. Louis. Paid the fine.
and took her home, but she ran off and re
turned to this city. This was about two
months ago, ever since which time she has
been an inmate ot a nonte 01 prosumuuu
Curious Document—The Mistake that Settled
Fate of the Untied States.
In the New York Ezpreu is a letter from
Alexandria, Va., wherein occurs the follow
In the most extensive biographical work
in the English language, will be found under
the letters "Wash." a note to the following
purposa: "George Washington, a native of
the British Colony af Virginia, who arrived
to considerable distinction as a commander
of the Rebels against the English Govern
ment, and owing to a trivial mistake in the
treaty ot Aix-la-Uhapetie, in aenningtne
possessions 01 r.u
1 r,nii ii 1 ur iea hctweenthe noasessionl ol fcn-
r ; :- vv . . . j1m
gland and France, in North Ammo, , dis-
P"" TL . . TiT VhA.
I LnCKU LMH L 1 LI UtBilUlia. HIIU IVU HUVIU UVV aw
i w hi it i i ii culu utuo . rt iicu iuc aiimbu vi-
nnies took sides with France against her
-r , . . .i j
mother country, and acquired . their inde-
Mnri,i The Brit sh biofrranher thus dis-
r- r : . 1 . .
poses of the immortal Washington: "Fit"
war i Mia. m ucmsi miu .iio.iu .uv mw - v.
his fellow-citizensi" ("Fellow-citizens is
the true expression, and not "fellow-country
men.") At the Washington Lodge, in Alex
andria, will always be found a worthy War
den .ready to exhibit this historical knife to
whoever may wish to see the valuable relic,
and listen to his interesting accon it of the
aforesaid knife, together with a taU. about a
remarkable pair of gloves that were worn on
enmA ipxlraordinarv occasion, and many
other deeply interesting mementos of "The
hincrnmhical work wherein ia given the En
irlish version of the causes that led to the
j 1.1: l.!AU J l.J .U.
grandeur ana suoiiuiiij wuicu ubcuiiou mo
crown universally bestowea upon that dutiful
Extensive Depredations in the North-East
upon United States of the
extensive and systematic robbery of the mail
bags between Montreal ana Boston, ana be
tween Montreul and New York, something
like a dozen mails between Montreal ana
New York having been plurraered, and eight
between Montreal and Boston. The robber
was evidently well provided with keys to the
Vv . , . 4. , . l,nl. nnnm tlm B.riv.1 nf th
1 Mtsa I w"R. "F .WW... -.
i piunaered mulls at tne postomce in nqston,
the bags were locked and had no appearance
i ' : t . . :.u in
U L iraviuK; UCOU UtIUUClOU " H 11, JD. iu
every cose found that the Boston packages
were missing. These packages undoubtedly
contained a large amount of drafts and other
property or value, but It is not known tnat
of anyvory large amount ot money was secured
as by the robbers.
As it was suspected here that the robbery
was effected at or near Rutland, where the
bags remained for the night, the postomce
authorities gave orders a week or two since
to change the mails to the Grand Trunk
route, and they have since been received
an undisturbed condition.
For a number of weeks the United States
(ostofllce detectives have been on the alert,
and recently they arrested John Whitcomb
for robbing the American and Canada mails,
while under his charge, at the Rutland Post
office. iHe had spent $600 lately, in Canada
money, and had a number of skeleton keys
upon his person. There is no doubt that
YYhitcamb is the person who has been com
mitting the late wholesale plunder of
Montreal mails, aa the mail bags were in
charge bt night in the Rutland office. This
is the greatest case of mail robbery since that
of Mr. lucnerman.
Htorometrio Tbeory in Reoabd to Asiatic
Cholera. M. de Ruolz, well known for
imoortunt discoveries in me art or eiectro-
gilding, is the author of an interesting series
niria, cuuuuuuiwwu w .us lercw IWMJ I
Scuntiflque of fans, regarding the propor
tion of moisture contained in the atmosphere
during the prevalence of cholera. By analy-
use . h Various statistical data collected
during the French epidemics of 1832,
and 1854, M. de Ruolz has deducted the
facts : Iu 183'2J the epidemic in Paris
rescued. iu hight in April, when the hygro-
meter was lowest; it declined to the utmost
September, when the hygrometer was nignest.
In 1849, the bygrometrical observations
the Observatory at Paris had been unaccount
ably neglected: bat in. 1894 afforded results
auite in accordance with those of 183?. Hence
de RuoJz inferf that there undoubtedly
exists a positive coincidence between, the
of the epidemic and bygrometrical
state of the atmosphere: the former being
the inverse ratio of the humidity of the
Other circumstances he considers to point
the same conclusion; thus, Lyons, a city
for its damp atmosphere, owing
the two rivers that embrace it, has never
visited by cholera.
Rilbabb of am Adopted American
zen from Military serfics in rRANca.-r
Through the intervention of the Minister
the United States in- France, a man by
name of Zeiter, an American naturalized
held for military service in France,
been released, aud permitted to return.
innmn niter emigrated to this country
when very young, but not before his
had been put upon the registry of the
Not answering to his name
called, he was condemned, and became
to seizure on his return to France. He
back to Ilia native province in the
ment of the Lower Rhine, and Was
,1 n.iw MiniatA . ,1 1 1 a i n- M r
wm.m... vp. . j ww.B .
venal,' claimed bis diijchargaou the
that he had become a citizen at the
ktnteA. and owing no further allegiance
France, touia nut ue ion.-u to puiuriu
loe lu net army, l ne aauiaua was grauwu,
and the man released.
RATES OF ADVisRTISINQ.
, r .mi
Advtteamai not exoeadlna lv Uaea (afat)'
On. rne-rrHon.......f, ami at wwrtlorii.
Inaaruoae . . a. .
Larger advaitlawnata imMrted at taw following rae
for eaoan of tan Unas or li
Ia all Ua breneaai don. with neetnww and fcate.
VHEELJER & WILSON'S
NO. TT W. FOrRTH-eTR KKTi
FIKE'M OPERA HOU8M,
-wmrK OFFKR TO THH vtini.ii; 7 -mb
ortant iinroement, and to nieet the demand for a
iood, low-priced Family Machine, have Imp; Ipoed
IiEW BTTLE, working upon the aame prior Iple, and
aiaklna the rome ntllch. thonih nut ao lliKUly 6U-
10 elegance, ppww. n',iii.-T -"'r""( -Machine,
the beauty and Irenirthol .tttch, De-
lug Alma on Horn .inn, impowioie 10 rav;i,
learlng no chain or ridire on the nnder .id., the
aconoray of thread and adaptability lo th. thickest
or thinneat fabric, ha. rendered thla the neat aoc
cerul and popular raaillr Hewius atacbiua aw
AtonrvarloM office, wa aeU at Hew York pricea,
and giro Instruction., free of chargj. to enabio pur.
chuir. to aew ordinary mm., hem, lell. quilt,
rathorl bind and tuck, all 011 the tamo aiai.h(n, and
warrant It for threairear,
Bna or can iw tiruuiau ' vuium
"afiiT' -""-""iva,. att'MNER V CO;
Na. 3 SEWING MACHINE..
Ne. 1 " "
arT IM WCLIi VNDEReJTUOU B Y m J--lTrACTlJKKTiS
and all thoaewho 8in-l Ma
chine., that tn.y wiu ao
A GREATER VARIETY OF WORK,
WILL DO MORE WORK, AND
WILL DO IT IN BETTER STYLE
Than ran be don. oo any other Machlo. SIHU
CB'8 FAMILY MACHINES, 055 aad 073.
aWCinclnnati Office, No. 8 latt rourtn-etiew
masn-ay JAa. sKAHPtm, aaent.
tyiurnir CrUTTrVTfl Mir.TJTMVQ I
rniUlll 1 Oil u all U WOUiUiiun t
I - . .
JfO. 72 West FOUrth-Street.
nrtHOSK IN WANT OF A Iftwn w -JL
"SO MACHINE? are iuvited to eaainino our.
before purcaaaing aia.wii.ra.
JOUVKT Sc CO., Agent,
niytH-n No. 711 WMI ronrtn, op ran..
$30. $30. $30. $30. $30.
Thirty-Dollar Double LockDlilch ,
HKCUBk-D BT KICKNT LITTF.B8 PATENT
mahiwh HAH TtKEN PRO.
X0UNCEP by lf 5petni judge., who b.v,
I awn it, to be the beat and moat dMlrable 'amllii
Bowing Machine y.r Introduced, aWAaplta. or
raicl. It will aew all Kind, ot ramiiy giiou., imij
tha very tntcxeat to me Tory Hm """1' "1-Jui "
w. ail Kino, oi iuru. iiuw nu. o w -v..
HoOUit ted cm Up a the JfooAl.
Rend r a circular, or call aud ace It ill operation
Upon early application, Bute aud County right, ro.y
Anierget1c pereon ran mako a fortune In a abn.t
time. AgenUwaaUdluaUunaohl Terntory.
Bole and exoluatre agvnt for tne uniteo ounce
aepl-tf Vi Weafyourth-llreet, Clncluuatl
JrST RECKIVBI) mic STJtAiUis
Wonona," . . ,
73.VUU ASnnSBSf DW VWllM. ay a "A w
An fin iWiur Frinie Posts
9,000 Locust fence Posts
OUO Feet Fenctns Boards
Order, for Cedar Board., Jol.t., Fo.lt, FloullDK,
ec. filled at .lion aotioe.
100,01111 ft. Haa'd l.' and 2 In. let com. Flue Lumber ;
100,000 ft. aeaa'd 1, l, ana a in. clear aa. au. ,
Mi,0il0 ft. aecond and third common dp. do. i
600,000 ft. Pine, Poplar, Oak and Hemlock Jol.U an 1
All well aeasoned, and will be aold low for eah,
on abort tuna, to maaa room (or aew stock, by
Thos. W. Farrin & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Lumber Dealer.
Yant on Freeman-afreet, oppo.lt (toorir
and neat to C. H. and V. K. a. Depot,
M. It.Ceek. - A. JU.ue-.
M. H. COOK & CO.,
1 PROPRIETORS OF
GEE1T WESTERN PLANINtl MILL
BETWEEN FIFTH ANP SI1TH-HTKKKT", I'lN
IN CONSEQUENCE OK HAVING EWj
TIKEI.Y abandoned bulldiug In th. city, at
turned onr atteutiun to preparing building materials
of every deacriptiou, w. can aafely aay that our ax
Krience in the bualnea. aud our facilitiee enable
..ir-r inilucAinenui tn bnildera In the city and at a
dietanc uueurpaaaed, if eoualad, by any other .US I- '
lar eaubliahment in the Weat. .... ...
We eUo mauufactur Veneer, or all deacrlplloc.
and keepou band an eeaortmeut of alahogaoy, Boc
wood, Walnut and Uak Veneer.. A leu, Pine Backin
lor Plctureaand Looking-glaaee. ,
P. B. We havejutt recelrwl forty thouiand feat
Bad Cedar, of Sua duality, which we oan Mil at "
lea. arkal than It haa aver been told lor In thla mar
ADAMS, PECKOVER & CO. ,t
. Hara remored tba Bales-room of the
ALLIGATOR COAL COOKIAG STOVE
From Mo. 333 Fourth, to their new .tor, .
H. W. CORNER, of flirt la uv m uni.
N. B rda aow re Mni .t aur nw r ' ir
Ooruar of Front aad Oentral.av or at our
0ia.Tjziis-xi o r ivt e.
I , IJaFA-tri
UAS BCBN1NQ, BatOKE OONHDMINU
V10C8 BI2ES. i -
BWWarranted to aatUdaUoi-a
l''w.ri..nr, awn wiib aal.ai w ,i 1.
CAMPBELI,, ELLISON 4 CO ,
, is 4 21 Eaet 8eoond-eL, ,v1.
w. a. aALawiN. r. aautwui
. BALXWIN ah BALDWIN,