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tt litWul dairy Urua.ay BOt XMt4) SV fcKNIlY HKKl) M CO., 1 1 t l i . . FB0PB1BTOB1I, II J VSUf THT-OT.i on. OrtO0CTB. CSI CnNJlBBATI DAILY PBB88 la delivered t labaorllesv. la Olaelnnatt, Uevlasto and pictHHi arttee aad te-was, at (- ' tbe Hi lately sew arinaat . . IIT1N fJBJrsTtl A W K raraBia ro vas eiaataa. rim o miunl-nii at oa4aa, 9 esritsi anth, 4flo. thro months, ft I I on year. 4. AMUSEMENTS. .tVOOD'H THBATBH.-l."BKl ApID TV Managers, lLa.ei.tn A ImuM, Fourth nlRht of the GUAM) COMBIHATIOS COMPANY. ,.' : Seond night of tbe great Play of THI 0BU8HED HIABT. Tint Bight of the Popular Drama, In two acts, en- titled PkKStMPTIVB BVIDBNUB. ' ' THrRRPAT KVFNISO, February 14, 1M1, will ' be presented tbe successful Pie) entitled , Till CRVbDED niART OB, TBI F0B01CD AtAKBIAOB. . BAiiL B0BIH80N IN HIS POPULAB fEOU- LIARITIE8. . ' - " To conducts with the gtoat Play of 1 PHKHTJWrTIVH RV1DRNCE OB, MITKDEB WILL OUT. 4 a Jg-B. I n -. a o - B R A n . IMMENSE SUCCESS! FOIl ONE WEEK MORE, At Union XX all, CATHOLIC INSTITUTE, ' WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY, FRIDAY (NO SATURDAY, MAO EYOT'S MCLORlMl ., -or a . .. TOUR in XTt.XCXAVIU'ZS, ' WITH W SCENES AND BONOS, v, ', Otherwise called . .... , ,.., ETBNWOS JN IRELAND, ?. :" ADMISSIOH, -95 CTS 4 CHILD BBS 13 CIS. ' feia-d BOOMD ffBEK OF TUB CAMPBELLS AT SMITH A NIION'S HALL? XTXBT KVINlNO DUBINO TBI WEBlli MULLIGAN, WBAY AND PURDT - In new and laughable BnrlosqaeB. LIBLIB, BAINEB AND WBIOATMAN - In new Songs, Duets, eto. Tloketa 30 cental children 18 oents, 1 fclo FRANK LBiLIC. Business Hanarer. LEGAL NOTICES. ILI,ARI . UlCKfcTSI, THdtUS J. -AlAuMtN and Darnel Cobb, plaiutifT, 8 A. Dor. dtfaudant.-Suiieilor Court of Cinciunatl, Nj. 14,137.-8 A.Dariuf th, connty of Fleming, in the prate of Kei tncgy. is hereby notified thitonthe 24th day of January. I8AI. plaintiffs aboTe named fllrd In aald 0urt their petition aga.nat him, allnx Ing that on the 22.) day of November 1660, tne awd attendant entered into an acTeainaitt with own Btitt. tbtw Graham, to pnrcta-s-e.e thAuaamloorii'tudr noga, ana io receiye tnem at aay time within the firtt ten das of December, ISM): tbat op tbe Mof Df-cember. lftfifl. laid Graham not (And - alii flpfonilant that be would ea the day following dellyeraald hogs furrnantto said sgieenient, at a' r place dealgnated by said defendant; that said defendant refuaed to a aignate ancn oiaee, or to recetre aad pay fee the Batne ; tbat aald h s average. S03 lbs and onward, aud amounted ia vaine to 91. 247 7n; 'that aaid Gra ham kept and retained aaid bogs until the day of Deoeiuber. lf'W). and naid out and exoendad f.ir the keeping of the same tbe sum of AfiO, and en the etn day oi iiecem o-r. sold tne said ntas lor the sum of ti0,29, the h-ghtst price that could be obtained theretur. aiidfhas therebr the. ,atd defcndMT.e. be came Indebted SlM 40 v that oa the tub day of aaid December, tbe said Graham, for a valuable conaid eratlon, aiaigned aaid contracrind all moneys due i.ri.uuuoi w u puiuiiiu,4wi, n ru ,iu.i. the bona flde owners of said demand and the real parties in Interest In the aubiect of this action. Aiid tbe said defendant la hereby tiotlned that William Clifturd NetT, Abram tlwift. Benjamin Et ana and James M cKeehan bava hfen served as gar nil-beet ia this action, aad tbat otibfaeheaaaerar or oamur to saitl patltion oa or neiore Lee imnwr oi March, A D-1wit, Judgment will be takes" attalnst bimandthe debta due him from said gaiuiabees APpUed;i tu:ftlon thereof fJ- ) ; feU fTh Jt'orneyg i r PUloMff. TYAN1LTON FJtOBATK CJOCRT.- M.M.ijtbQ r. oogtrtx Aamimmrtuor oi rtwtr am guru dtMMWMd. n- Ufavonata Bogarc. at al. Mo. 694 Arim,niBtrt4r Hmltt of KamI K-tat. In BlITsa- ancecf an- oriw of tha Probata Ooaitof HamHB1 Toiinty, Ohio, in tha ab7 oas I mm, on bait I'll DAT, tha 9i h day of March, 1661, at 11 o'ofewfc A. m.. on foe premie!, oner ior iaie me ionowins aMnrilcfi Kai Kuiutft. eltuated in AndAirtion Town Bhip.nrid on tl.e HAhiri of KtihUrMlw Creak, and bound fwi aDd descried aa follows, to-wit: Lot H 1, bfguinlijg at a atona, corner of Jamaa Taylor's land, and In the Hne of Mr. Dnckwall'i; thenoa with Raid line 30, K 23 polex, 21 llnlta, to a -tone ia aid iii,;,hence wet6L p'ktf..l8 links, tu a atona In Bicltard Arris's llne tbeuce with said Ayrea's line aouin t www t ?umsi. tv iauu, iu bwuo in AyroM'a line; Ibeiice eat 70 poles, 16 linka, to the place oi beftinDin, eotuaimug isine acrai ana three rods, mora or leas. To be aol4 subject to the tHnUl.BVF Lot No. I, beginning ai an ejjio tkoVaek, tb Itortn-weAt corner oi in e tract ; menoe wuiqi jo n.,l.a anrl ninn linka. ffTa btotte In Kichard Ayrea's Una and toorner, to tha widow ogtit'a land (dower); mence eaet -poias, jh iioks, io etouaia thCf Hnavt Mr. iuckaU'si thence north AMt M (Kilt. 1 lii-'k. to a corner n tbe creek tliAtiea iwvath 44. west 4ft voles. 17 links, to tha place of beffinntnr, containing twenty acres, mora or less. To ta sola tree of dower. Lot No I amtrwised nt $10 pewwore Irfrt No,2f appftuetUF , ute oi aowar. , Tfttma of S1e One-third cnh. tne'bftUnoe la oni bd two jears with interest, secured by.rnort- feTtiW ST At fe OP HK4lrl(IiT0 COU"ifY roPtT Uk? COM MOM fLAASt Allan U alburn Ta.Tboma F. Ooarjv,d Barrktt O.Oorry. his wire,1 et al. LNo . Taa aboTH'Swrned daftMadanU, Thomas F. Corry and Harriet D .his wife, nun -rest-dents of the mini of Obi a, will take no tide that tha ahr.v. named Di&lntirf. on the 29th day of December. lrolflled bis petitiw against thm amd othats in lttDonrt of O'kmmon Pleas, for Hamilton Ootictn Ohio tba object and prayer of which is foreclosa certain mortgage, given oy nam xnoiuas r. anu Harriet D Ourry-4o-sUd Latham, dated 2tith No vtamlmr. and .reotWilad Bauua day iu Uook 242. p"ge 5yf. whef4-(r ttify col vf.i to said Latham ttnd his heirs the f veKortbeti raal estate, to-wit: Bitiuite in Siction H.-Town. 3, Fractional k at. it t a b. iiMmi Fur. hku. KJJ at ai-ioundea m lui- Ii.wb: Beginning at the northwit corner of Madi- on and (arit ustrAta; tnenca wawiur uunurea feet to McMillan-street; thelica' north ftinr bnn- dr?d let to Boona-airect : thence eatt four lumdrud f. otto MudiHcn-itreet; thence aoutaiuur huadrel .,at tha Iwf InitititT And a so. tliaeast part of Block SO, beginning tha soutb'WDet corner of Wine apt MarbaU atres; tVeuiA south fnr hundred fret to Ham-xnond-stifet : lhoc-wet two hundred ttud thirtyv two f-et to a titty -two Kt street; theirca n rth four hundred fuet to Wayne ire.tt ; thence two hundred and thirty-two bet to UanhaU-stroet and the bo aiiiblliv 'I he ahore described lanis are apart of Corry's snbdivttfion tCorry ville). a piat of which appeal Book 91, ppe 425, liamiltftfi tKmuty iteoords to pw cure tb puy aient of three aotys of even date with auid nioi tgageintide by said Corrn to said Latham A.a .it liisi. bmivmIiIm o.l 0 h ttti iiinTithi after HiaIm: rue for f payable two years aftor date, and one r a lafaft navahle t tarrt ,j,r M.ltap dttte. The ptHttion asks tiiat tn default of paymant fhs amount due on said notes, said real estate mar be id free fraui all eqiiiiy of redemption, orothiw cUIho! aaid dufaudauta, lor tbo paueut of the ThadelWdantiare alao netlfled that nn1as they amwer aiAtd im;1 it ion bv tha utli dar oi Aiarcu. A. the same will be taken aa coofeaaed, and judg ment i-emit-reti nccoraiiigiy. jhS-gTh JOHN W. KBON, Plaintiff's: A ttV. WIAI.1I1.T ON COMMON PL K A M. MM Hrnb J. HtrlfJer TB. JittteeL barah J. Htrlder vs. Jpu L. tttridttr. Ho, 2i.f72.-The dtfentlaut, Joseph L Stridor, will tke II LliJ 1UKI UU mo wm utvj "i r 11 at r i y , irrn, l)Ove couplaiDnut tilbd her petition in tha Court of Common PImis or Uauilto iounty, Oh agaiitttt hint, wherein she churgt-a tbe aaid dsfend ami with oma ns-Arlfnt uf dnLv. extreme eruultsf and adultery, and prays to be divorced from aaiu nusuana. nare alimony, ner name cuanxwi kientgomery. and hare cost- ; tbat said suit ia now yndibx in said Uourt and untefW he the defad nt, shall oapear on or before tbe SM day of Mirch next, aud slmw good cauie fr delay, the same be heard lit bis atseaoa, aad fi dec me takein therein. HUD T SIUOHB, leT-fW 1 Attorney for Petitioner. lrgTlCK.-HOLO!ION HKHS HKRK Jw BY not tiled that Lhue Huan did, on the day of January. A. Lv, ltl, tile her petiti on liie t'lnwtn in tiioi m ' '"ir ui tuuinioii rieM. within aud for the county of tin mi I too., and state Ohio, charging the said Hoiuwon Ham with willful aUence aud nt-gleet of duty, and asking tbat mar be divorced from the said Solomuu Hets, be rcetored t.i-lter mameu name or j.itfe Kauiman, which pHtltiou will stand for bearing ia aaid Uurt, any iiiue anr o "m uy i m ., imi, ..rla A..- i,r l.n.iaMl A 1 U Isnhl " "Liiiiiixis. By B. 0. Hill, bar Attorney. ... for-tlb lOHKPH Ulll.a(tN'M MT4TK. a TIC ia hereby given I but the .iib.cri'.ir ueen appointu. ant guftun.n aa aaiuiiitairav..r tlieeelll ul Jl.SKPH M Unll-J. el Uaidtua 4Douutr. deeeaea. i'eed t.da day ol jMiiuaryt A a- iei. . A. ii. v li.A'fA. ..viytaixi "r. BuLay A PoBsrsvau, Att'-iui-ya. ' ja.j-tltft, "BaroTirit'TnK iihhriutsru Htt Wu ouly aipolLtd A.liului itiM T of skUte or JoriKPU BEAU AN, late oT HaiatHwn Ciuuty, OWi oauMawd. All person. Iml Ojkid tbe e.tate are rKUUralud to make immediate auvot, and Ib'tae hevug oUliee anainel tltoi.au-. tail! prteeul t)ui to ooe K.r anowat.ee. " w a. :nin.s:r- Aj.oini.trator. Jaacary ' 1MU jaJK cDceT -it VOLT IV.. NO.. 175., M CINCINNATI,, THURSDAY MORNING,' FEBRUARY 11, 1861. M ' ' PRICE ONE CENT RAILROAD TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. Dai e.xpreaBWMH.mH. v:30 A n. C-lnmhue Ao omnv datlon. 4:no P. M. let.le Aorommudatloa..... S:80 F.-at. t:W P M. 11:0 A. M. U A. M. (Necfcraafi, Haml'tr t n4 Dayaow odlM.eMi.tn.lnk.Tor k fln n t:hlcao T:4S A. M. :M P. M, Tnlclo KxpreM 7;M A. la. :0 P. M. inntHOnpoitl oo nan'iUMK Kxpien ..MM...M...-n... 8:0n F. vfa Trilccloaud Ptruit Eireia. 1:30 P. M, Baotmrn ltrpr'...v ,:49 P. al, Marixiu ml Morning Expmn... :(! A. N, Chilllrothe AccoBigiiMaU'B S:.W F. M. Mltiht ElprM.. ...10:U P. M. MortitDa Bxpren T: A. M. fc'MllvllleAcormDndUon. 4:30 P. M. ibt Kxpreeri. T:MJ; Mi -M F. P. M S.JO A. at. Trio F. . 1 30 A ;M A. HWB) F. M 12.8S P. M. fcUO A. M, First Train .!Z7.... T:4S i M. S.t)tia Traln................... 3:u0 F, 11. fwrtawwaoWi. and wweW Mail and Arcorooiodatl(in.H A:M A. H. Chirmro FxoreM............ 7:J P. M. IndianaBolie Acoeaiaiod'B 1:00 F. H. ' U:S5 F.' !W p. m P. M. C M A. M. 11:00 A. M. mnnenaX, INrlimaiMl md twlitmar"Ut- . Indianepolii Hail :s A. M. 11A!I A. M. Kiprem too A. M. :5 P. M. lnyfon ond eT(r(hni Toledo, Dotrolt and tJtileagd Kxpraa..n .7:45 A. M, 11:22 A.M. Tolido, Tiettuitaari Ulilcago Kzpraaa ........... S:30 P. M. ;05 P. M. Horning Etprm.... 9:30 A. M. 7:10 P. Aocommedatina........K ;00 P. H, 8:U0 A, Da Eiprena ..... :50 F. M. :J7 F. M. 4o.mindtloB. I l P. M 11:00 A. M. ,' Tbe traini on the Little Miami and Cinolnnatl, Hamilton and Dayton Boerit are ran t7 Oolunabal rimn, whlcb le teien minute uuter than Olnoinnatl time. ' Ike tralna on tbe Ohio and Mlutaalppl and In. dlanapolit and Cincinnati Roadn are ran br Vln cenoa time, which to tea Mantes) slower than Oln oinnatl time. VARIETIES. ; ' at in : of U. mo to, her w will lAth in of she aad A HiVi has ,n lb. to Ia the tongue of the right whale there are from 300 to 800 gallons of oil I ' The decline in the value of the shoe trade of New England in 18G0, as compared with 18D9, was $2,922,480. The deaths in Brooklyn, N. Y. last week, numbered 138, 107 of which were natives of the United States.'. i ' Kissing ia said to be a lost art in Japan. How do the sentimental women live in tbat country ? ti.a nA t l. r A. r ; u. n awo tt i ii vii. uuugan:.! xtivcir iionr Columbia, S, C, is, higher than tt has; been since ioji. The snow Is go deep near t)edham. Me.. that deer are easily approached, and ..huge numbers have been killed. - '.-- &err Driesbach, the famous lion-tamer, ,is now at Barnunr Museum, New York, with a large atd well-selected menagerie. It is not the intention of President Bu chanan, it is said, to leave Washington until about tne miaoie of tnenca.- ? , Fanny Eemble has retired from DubUo life with an -ample--fbrtueaj the proceeds of ner proiessionai exertions. James, another son of John Mitchell, the Irish.eziie, iaa member of the Montgomery Guard, at B.ichmondlLXa i j :i l , l ' I The Conner coins at nresent in circulation in England equal in- weight 6,000. tuns, and in number 500,000,000. '- - ,; 1 i Chas. Lindermon blewJus brains ont at San Francisco, recently, because he failed to obtain employment - a gunsmith, j Jt ;l As dreams are the fancies of those that sleep-rSQ -fancies ara b)it the dreams of those. awate. v : v - A, One J. M. Baird was recently cheated out' of $27900 in gambling-house in New urleans, wune loo&ing at tueiiouayt uio Crescent City. Heenan. the Benecia Boy. hag eone into the l-um.eelling business in New Orleans, and hopes to mane ms ioriane oy-.iuu poo no avocation. . . .Last Thursday' Adelina 'Paid sang with much success, though for the first time, the rote of "Gilda," in the Jiigolttto, tth9 New urieac, .tpera-ouse.i 1 1 1 1 J ri i . 1 ' V .The Hannibal (Mo.) Metsenaer complains tbat the North Missouri1. Eailroafl Company have doubled their freight rates and sus pended press, -.liui-isi Cnmmnrlnre Yanderbilt recently made $100,000 by speculation in Erie Railway Stock, and at once presented $18,400 to each ot hi aaugmers.,. r . . K , i A man in' DnnTeith, Iowa, named Angus- I1us Austin, committed suicide by shooting bimeeli throngb tne neaa, on ine via inst., "on account of pecuniary losses. .. , A Degress of Powhatan County, Va., it is nirl. cave birth to fivd Children Within thirty-seven minutes, onr night last week, Doubtful 1 ; The editor of the Gdztlti "Jaoonia, N. H . has been nresented with potato of the "forked kind,') which ineasnre tfit and icn mcnri in circuuiicnut.- Helen E. JXarriman, a nativ of Cprinth. Vt committed suicide, in Orange, in that tate, a day or two ago, by cutting her throat witn a razor, roor gin 1 I An old 'fellow" beW assured that he could not be a good christian unless he took up his daily cross, caught up his wife and Lvgan tugging ucr buuu. iuum. A severe winter rjrevails at Des Moines. Iowa." Last week there were forty inches of snow on the ground, ' and the mercury' was 34" below zero.'- The following verse is inscribed upon the monument erected in honor of Columbus, at Genoa: "Unas If andus est; duo slnt, ait Isle. Fu.rel" The Boston Exprtu states, - on the au thority of a letter from Mr. Forrest, that New Yoik is the only city in wnicu ne win play during the present flcason. William Gilraore Bimms. the South Caro lina novelist, is writins; a series of very poor songs tor tbe boutu. ll is verses are aimokt as bad as the cause he advocates. Charles Dickens and WilUe Collins have taken steps to prevent the dramatizatiou of tbeir works without tueir consent, as a vio lation, of the copyright laws. .Ta T. White, nf New York, en r-aced in the India-rubber trade at Guutamalo, was recently murdered by Jonathan uavett, rival in business. ' It Is said that a considerable amounV salted, fish and vegetables have been sent forward from Boston to Ubarleston, ana two vessels are now loading with Ice for the tame destination. ' ' ; . The "smartest" yonng butcher in Kw York i named Gorman. He can kill aud dress sheep In four minute and twenty- four seconds, and did, the other day, for wager, -t . - . . . , , .. . , I GuldonL the Italian comedy-writer, laid that nothmsr so wearies a man a con- (tanlly-aQ'actionate woman ;,' that he would I other live witn tne worm 01 aurew enaa gucn creature. , . . , . 1 A Pittsburg (Penn.) paper mention that a Weli-knowa Dhvsiuian of that oitv has left liia wife and ckllclrtu and eloped to Kurope ilh the fascinating widow of A deceased Miller,, . ; .,..,.. . , . , in oo,uiig person lusurea in tne i.onaou (tun ) Accidental Death Insurance Com- iHtuy, iwents-two -wera fatal! v loiurett fall on alteet slules in the cuuree a gingl lormiKUt. " ,v ... [COMMUNICATED.] Mr. Conway and the Sabbath-Observance Committee. To Iht of 0i Daily Prta! Al oo.f tbe person interested in the plana and operations of the Sabbath- Observ ance (jomrmltee in this out. 1 rcai in Hon- dnv's Prkss Mr. Conway's address on the subject, with great CftrefulocM. . I think he bos fallen into Borne errors and inconsisten cies, which ouebt to be corrected. ' lie charaes the Committee with rtmfessinir one tbirjg and intending another. This is a arave offense, if true, and ought not to be lightlv made. He sajs, " They aver that they are only feekiog to comet such evils as have grown up in defiance of the laws," and charges tint in fact "the movement is an effort to replenish deserted churches, to set up sacri fice rather than mercy.; to tithe the mint, snipe and cummin bv law. to the no-lot of tbe weightier matters of justice, mercy, and good faith." He says again : "This society wishes to enforce somethimr not in the lev That is tbe why the new Sanhedrim Police is formed. Our law is too free and latitudi sarian for them j it does not enforce Puri tanical pietism ; it is not dyspeptic enough." ' Now, what proof does Mr. Conway bring to tbe support of this charge? It is simply this: That the Committee, in their oircular, have untruly alleged "that there is any legal authority in this State to make the first day of the week a day for ' moral cul ture,' or to Buppress news-crying or amuse ments on that day." Tbe first part of this specification is not correct in point of fact; the Committee have made no allegation of any legal authority to enforce the observance of Sunday as a day of moral culture. What they do' say is, that the evils they seek to eorrect have grown np in defiance of law, and threaten to destroy the Sabbath as a day of moral cul ture. It will not be denied that all so choosing have a right to use the day for that purpope, equal to Mr. Conway's to use it for his purposes; and to be protected in that right, against all who violate the law. Whether news crying on Sunday be con trary to ;iaw, depends on whether it is com mon labor. Mr. Conway says not; because it is uncommon Whether this be not our argument, it is hard to decide; in either category, it must be regarded aa quite un common. And yet Mr. Conway is Incon sistent enough to claim tbat the Sunday trade in newspapers is a necessary means of livelihood to many supported by It; and de nounces the Committee as Pharisees of de praved disposition; superstitious,. cruel and urjjnet. In seeking, under the pretense of ftvfiet Sabbaths, to suppress this occupation. Did Mr. Conway observe that ' the Commit tee, in ineir circular, has urged the sup pression of vKtrs erywi, not nei teltihi-At the not., not the trade ) " " ' Bnt'on'his own! 'principles Mr. Conway should join in the movement' he denounces! He asserts the right to periodic rest as sacred ; tbe duty 'must correspond. He Says it has the sanction of an indestructible law of 'na ture., 7 .( ! -i ...li .. O --I 1 not this rest, then, of the news-boy's rights which are also the rights of tbe peo- Jilet not aid in securing it from nVasion and destruction, even if the oase must be carried tbroutth every court of the State?, How can Mr. Conway reconcile the inconsistency of resiatlng whai he declares to be! -the decrees of nature, which have given to all classes and' ages thejr day of rest f ' jur. yon way ocjeots mat, tner 1 no Au- Jlwrity W jaw to suppress amusements on Sunday. ' " ,'" ' 'I nn n , lui.. .'I a. , . . , . 1 ue vumaiiuee. unaouoieuiy, ma not tn- . M. -1 J l , . , . tend to' hrfee the" suppression- by law, of alt amusements on tbat day. The connection ef their 'language Bhowa this. They only jjieant such amusernent f re forbidden by Of these, seme are declared to be unlawful. expressly and by name such as SDOrtincr. hunting, fishing, shooting, playing at mar bles, auoits or other game or snort. " 'Others are unlawful, as involving on the prt or tnose wno exnioit in tnera, or assist at mem, tne perrormance ot common lanor such- as musical entertainments by hired singers or bands, theatrical performances by play-actors, ail amusements participated in at public vlacew provided for that Duroose. and to which an entrance fee is charged, bil liards piayea at tames nirea c-y tne game, rolline ten pins, Ac. Does Mr. Conway mean to assert that to seek tne suppression ot such dissipations on Sunday belongs to the superstition of Phari- seesr 'mat when unnst maintained nis right as Lord of the Sabbath to pluck ears of corn on that day. ne was nieadinar for im munity to the vicious and frivolous time- killing or a modern BaDDath -breakes t If be would tolerate such things, what would be forbid? '.Nothing remains to be forbid- den on autth a supposition, but praying, and preaching, and other accredited means of Committee. S. M. OCTRAGIOCS " IgJUBTICI AT PvOMl. The utmost freedom is certainly not to be found at Rome, nor are the' fcrceg tbat are pro- uucea in tne uiay-nouses iuo emy ones en acted in that imperial city. On a recent oc casion, during the performance of the Tro- -vatore, the usual military chorus was ap plauded to. such a degree that the police interfered, and went round to several boxes to take down th names of the most vocifer ous spectators, who were summoned the next day to tne ponce onice, severely reprimanaeu and prohibited from attending1 any Dublio place of amusement for three years. . Signors Alibrandi, Sejani, and ten -or twelve other frequenters of the opera, are among the best known ef these viotims of police severity. Sicnor PI pern o, a respectable and talented Jewish gentleman, while going out of the theater with bis wife on .hi arm, was seized by four gendarme for the same crime of hav- , . . 1 1 . 1 1 7 1 : 1 a- . - ins; ciujtpcu uia winuwra, auu uerriou uu WJ jail at mat time 01 nigni, to ms spouse g in finite consternation ana dismay. New Rxoulatiobt at th Mint Ebooin- acb or Ckni. The following official notice has Uea isaued by the Director of the Phil adelphia Mint: The regulation heretofore prescribed, au thorizing the payment of the expanses transportation 01 toe 01a copper cents or tne United States U the Mint, will cease on and after the 20lh instant. 1 The cents ot the new Issue will be paid out at the Mint in exchange for any of the gold and silver coins ot the United States, and also, in exchange for the old copper coins, acuverta M .ine aunt, .me reasonable ex- pense of transportation of the new cents gums not leas than $20 thus exchanged, will e paid by tne Aunt a heretotore. , . a APiDAOooiAb Nao. A schoolmaster Leeds, Purgeon by name, was charged some Weeks since, with an aggravated aauault a boy aged nine years, ine noy naa oeen examined cy nr. rrice, surgeon, wno staiea that ha found tbe boy had been severely haaten over the back and shoulders, and was Covered with contused wounds. . The beat fug had been very severe, and, though could not speak positively, he fancied there tad been twelve or fifteen blow struck. The lagistrate. afterward examined the themselves, and committed the schoolmas terwhose only excuse for hi conduct that the boy had laughed at him to two win r n t Visa riBMBtrt man t - , . or .DiATi.J)rAKUnoH ra Lochia" a. W learn fruw.a reywrtof the Auditor of Lou isiana that, it) the past thirty year there .have been niaeiy-ouadeialcatianaamoug public, ameers of that Suite, niUJtnipg up loss of $30C,000. , Most of lU.se dofalcations bare occurred wHhiu the last two or three I rear. . . . . .. , Continued Warlike Preparations at Continued Warlike Preparations at Charleston-Startling Shot from a Columbiad —A Reinforcement Expected at Fort Sumter—Canoe of the Delayed Attack. The Charleston (3. C.) correspondent Of the New York Tnbunt write on the 4th instant: , ' . - Tbe siege of Fort Snmter Is soon to com mence. Indications on all bands show it, though the movement and intentions of the Revolutionists are kept front the pnullc as much as possible. No one now doubts that the day is neat at band. Hundreds of faai families, members of wbich will be in tbe fight, are in a state of tbe deepest anxiety. A gentleman, to-day, who has two son in fort Moultrie one or tbe most exposed points expressed to me in the most feeling manner tbe concern and apprehension with Which so many families in this city are now distressed." It is conceded on all hands tbat tbe slaughter must be great on the side of the Carolinians, who will be satianed with nothicg short Of tbe life of tbe last man in Fort Sumter after the garrison has refused to surrender. Six hours are to be afforded Major Anderson to decide whether to sur render or fiiiht. Hardly any one thinks he will surrender. I do not think it within the range of probability with bis present in structions. He is understood to be quite prepared, so far as he can be with hi limited torce. .!.,,.. A few days since an incident ocourred.to enable Foil Sumter to give its assailants-to-be an inkling of what it had in store for them. It was a tine day, and the Revolu tionist, were Daredinc and drilling in force. in full view ot Fort Sumter. , The Major fired one of his hnce Colnmbiada ahnttnd with' an explosive ball, which struck the water not far from the Revolutionists, creating by its own explosion a foam on the surface of half an acre around. Tbey were struuk with ai toniEbment, and no one was so weak or blind as not to make some calculation of what the lull batteries of the fort would be able to do v,hen served, as they will be, by artillerists the superiors of whom the country does not afford. Several companies who have been on duty for some time, and for whose relief tbe order had been given, have been informed of the countermanding of the order, and that leave 01 aDtecce will be given to no man. It is true, however, that within the last few days several con. panics have changed positions, and it is said that the changes bad been such as in some measure to relieve the comoanies com nosed exclusively of the flo werof Charles ton from posts of extreme danger. The re-", cruitea men ana country volunteers have been assiened posts where slorv and death may be won soonest. . , A battery has been planted at- Point Pihkney, bearing directly on Sumter's walls, and the guns are arranged with the design arrangea witn tne design, having their shot systematically chip out the avail . Tbe floating battery, though about 100 men. are engaged at tbat work, will not be done in less than ten davg. The labor of every hour make changes in its appearance aud its probable purpose. When it becomes possible, I will attempt to give a full deccription of the thing. . 1 It is evident, from these movements, that tbe revolutionists are expecting tbe Govern ment will attempt to re enforce f ort Sumter, and Are constantly on the look-out. Among the companies whose leave of absence hag been countermanded are several at th bat teries commanding the mouth of the harbor. pit moms aoa.ouuiyan isianas, ana who will not be so immediately employed 'in the siege., This shows that the revolutionists are holding? themselves in constant raadinaaa for re-inforeements gome other Star ef tht WctL as they say. t lnBteaa 01 two, tne revolutionists are ex pecting the arrival ot eight Armstrong, (rifled) guns, tbey having purchased tbat number in England, at an expense ot o0,000, i ney nave an Deen snipped, ana their early, arrival is.looked for. The sun of this desurio-, tion, purchased by Mr. Weston, of George town, S. C. has arrived at Savannah. . It will be planted on the coast near that place, You will see that the Revolutionists dare not shin direct to Charleston. It is under stood that the eiuht other guns have been snippea to navannan. 1 tmuK mat tne present activity among the Revolutionists is in conseqnence of the expected, attempt to re enforce Port Sumter, which would bring on a gencral engagement. I do no think that, if they have their own way. they will commence the Biege sooner man a wees: or ten oajs irotn mis time, tor meir noating oattery win not oe completed Boouer. and they are in hones nf having tbe Armstrong guns to assist in the Biege. f he are two important ana rxpcasivn- instru mentalities, without which they would not I willingly bto into the fight, I The fievotutionista do not expect that Mnior Anrlerarm will nndnrtaVM tn .hell I Charleston, of make any demonstration whatever on the city. ' Many think he could Sia John Fsanklin s Mist ahd th Es quimaux Sir' Edward Belcher, celebrated tor bis Arctic explorations, says tnat from the well-known disposition of the Esqui maux to associate with white men, it is probable that some of th crew of Sir John Franklin's expedition may be now living among tbem. In a paper read upon the sub ject, before the Ethnological Society, he traces a close connexion nnvnii tne norm American Esquimaux and the Indians of the Pacific shores. There is a common process of manufactur ing stone implements and weapons in places 2,300 miles apart, among tne natives or uau fornia, Mexico, the Sandwich Islands, and in the North and South Pacific. They have ingenious instruments for planing wood; drills and bows for drilling boles with them ; hamtrerB and axes made of bone and stone ; imitation fish for fishing; contiivances for catching birds, and an instrument for stiaightening arrows by means ot steam. Tbe btone nephrite, wnicn is tue most vaiuea ornrment of the Esquimaux, is also em- rtloved in China. New Zealand and Japan to ornament tbe statues of their gods. of f in of on Soil ahd Charactib or th GrkatWbst- krn Plains oi;. Amziiica. These occupy a longitudinal parallelogram, nearly 1,000 miled wide, extending from the Texan to the Atlantic coast, ana irom tne nocky moun- . . .. ' 1 . . 0 T !: turns to tne western uoruer ui Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri and Iowa, an area equal to the surface of twenty-four States between the Mississippi and the Atlantic, without a single abrupt mountain, uiuuereu space, deceit or lake. There is no timber on this area, and singletrees are scarce. Tne sou is not silicious or sandy, but a fine calcareous mnllfrl. . The country 1 thickly clad with grasse. edible aud nutritious, through th year, and swarm with animal life, trie climate is i-.nmnarativelv rainless: the river which ahnnnd. and which all run from the west to tne east, seive, uxe ine nue, w imgaia rather than drain the neighboring surface. From tbeir dimensions and position, they nay yet water tha pasture-tielda of tae world, unon which Pastoral agriculture may tet become a separate department of national Industry. ' boy. .. the a ', , I Bold Batuxb 1 EaLAn.-T?Notwith Standing th extraordinary coldness of the season, ana tne presence 01 a coating 01 iu. nearly a foot thick, some half dozen mem bers of tbe London Bathing Club perform tueir aoiulioua every uiui uiug .14 uiv oh nentine. These heroic bather borrow hatchet from th nearest station of the Hu faian Society, cut away' th ice till they pave a bath large enough fnr"their purpose, take a single dive, seal-like, beneath freezing water, emerging therefrom with icicle-laden beard, and protesting, of course, that th plunge we "delighlfnL" " The Begrimmed Atmosphere and Elegant Toilets of Women In Cincinnati. One of the' editor of th Bolton Allot and Bet gives this exaggerated account of the atmosphere of Cincinnati, in a late letter from thi city: Think of tbe ladies, after the most killing effort at their boudoirs, to make a perfectly stunning dash on Fourth-street, in all the glory of style which Solomon never heard, nor dreamed of, with faces rivaling alasbas ter in whiteness think of them in half an hour ax spotted as the tiger and as striped as the leopard I And yet such is what you see That is a source of mortification and embar rassment to the ladies, yon may readily be lieve. What can De more provoking, ior instance, than for a lady, arrayed in the full blossom ef fashion, nod out for A great show and dash, to be told that an area of half an Inch, on her cheek or nose, is as black as the ace of spsdes? Or tbat her face is divided or cut up into sections by numerous dark, amply lines I " 1 "Not much use to dress, out there," I hear some of our Boston ladies, who believe in complexion aa an element of beauty, say. And iney are ngnt in saying so; neveriue- Ia. 1 lliimlr fflndnnatl laliea mnlrn mure of riresthan do-our own. They seem to say io tbeir conduct, "Satan take the smoke, io can face iu" They do face it, as their face sbow. In Rnpsia the accredited common salutation of tbe street is. "Good day ; let me blow your nose;" the latter prefer being regarded as warming, if not a warm act of friendship. This has somewhat -of a coun terpart here, as tbey tell me, in, "Good day; let me blow you off; " the latter having reference to a friendly attempt to clear your face of tbe inevitable smut, In the morning j on are (or are expected to be) white; at noon mulatto; night, Diack a Africa, A Knto Down TH Hatchwat. One day, when tbe flag ship of an Americas commo dore was ) ing -in the bay of Naples, she was honored by a visit from the king and royal family, with suite, who came out in gilded barges and full parade' of royalty. The skip was dretsed from deck to truck in holiday autre r side-boys were mustered at the ropes, the marines presented arms, the puns thundered forth a royal salute, and the commodore welcomed bis1 'guest ' to the quarter-deck with tha'politeueas befitting an officer of rank. -..,,, , . -:-. One of the suite, a spindle shanked and tudily-attlred Neapolitan ' 'strayed away from the party, and cruuriDg about midships, etpied a windfall, an object he baa never seen befoie. It was fully expanded by the air, he took it lor a pillar, and folding his arms, leaned against it, when it yielded to nig weight, ana be disappeared below, heels over bead. With a velocity that was actually marvellous, as was escape from injury. The mishap chanced to have only one witness. this -as a veteran tar, wbo, approaching tbe quarter-deck,- and touching bis bat, said respectfully "I beg pardon commodore, but one of them ere kittgt hat fell down the hatch- aA,Pl " i ' ' ' -'J I. - - .I..-.;', . -r 111 if tii . u n i . A Sivibb Pnow Yaab ia th North.. Tbe year 1717 is memorable in the history of New England, on account of the unusual quantity of snew which 'fell February 10 and 24 of that,, year.- In those two storms the earth was covered from ten to fifteen, find" In Borne places to twenty feet deep. Many bouses of one story were bnried, and, )n oumaeuM ceas, .eABa-iprere g from bonse to housd under the snow-drifts. , Tbe visits were made by means of snow fboes'. the wearers having first stepped ont of their chamber-windows. One gentleman, wisbjDg to visit bis, "lajdy-love," walked three miles with snow shoes, and entered her residence as he had left his owh, namely, by the chamber-window.1 He was cordially teceive-d,, as be was the first,: person the family had seen, from abroad for a week I I'btton Mathe boa left a manuscript account tif hW'pYrent sndw,"'and the many marvels and proligie attending itui ' i 'I V. 1. "I.i'l I 1'.- I .'I ., : ' Purchabi or Yaluabli Sculpiur. The Rgeut of tbe S6uth Kensington (England) Museum, at Rome, ha purchased from the Paual Government the section of mediaeval Italian sculpture of th celebrated Campana collection, the specimens include a series of twelve nnique examples of majolica ware. The principal work is a beautiful life-sized maible, statue of("Cpid, represented in kneeling attitude, as a youth of fifteen. . There seems to be no doubt that this is an authentic work of Miahaei Angelo ; it is be lieved to be tne statue asantioned by vasari as having been executed at the same time as) the ' Bacchus now in tbe gallery of Umcii. The purchase also comprises two admirable batti rtlievi by Donatello,'- and important specimens of Jacopo della- Querela, Andrea Orcagna, Lorenzo Ghiberti, Desideria dj Set. tighano, Kosseuno; Liuca aeua Kobbia, etc. Akotbib Inbtahci or th Oouraoi ot th Kiho or Naples. On a certain occa sion King Francis was for hour in a castle 1 1. T 1. 1. j .1...: V. : uveriuvajug uid uatruur, euro uunug u vieib the room be occupied was three times en tered by can non-balls. Walking in the streets unattended, ho was imet by a man wno pre sented a pistol ana announced an intention of shooting him. "Be careful of your aim. friend, said tne rung, folding nis arms, "ior if you miss fire I will have you shot in the morning. Overcome by such bravery tbe man threw niniselt at the feet of r rancis and craved a pardon, which was granted. What a pity that talents so exalted should have been wasted in a cause so bad, and that for bis own tolly and tbe sins ot bis rather, monarch capable of exhibiting such qualities is driven trom ms intone, amiu tne execra tions of the world. Akhotadc or a Bkriavid Finny. The family of the htte Dr. Eagan, of Chicago, ill., have recently been made the victims a most impertinent ana annoying rumor, which has caused much excitement in the city, and tbe family much pain. Notices appeared in several of the papers, stating that the bouse occupied by the family was baunted, and ottering a large reward to any one who would reside in it. This attracted large rabble on Sunday last, wbo were verv unensive in tbeir expressions, and could be dispersed only with difficulty. Measure will be taken to secure the party guilty this contemptible trick. A Just Decision about a CuiLD-Wirs. G. T. Brigham married a girl, fourteen yeaif old, atAiariboro , Mass., auout a year ago; after a month's trial of matrimony, she se ceded, and a husband sued for a writ habtat torput against per lamer, wnicn wa decided against the husband on Monday, tbe little lady told the Court that the was determined to break up union she, was tick of. -.,,. Hound Dsstbojid bv a Railway. Train. Celebrated among bunting, pack war Heath .lox-boundB el .tvngiana, ana oj a re cent caeualty their notonoty la destined be greatly increased. It seems that th en tire back wera following a fox. which creased tha railway track a few mile froat Naven, when th mid-daj train cam thun dering along, and before tbe engineer could atop the engine the hound were chopped, auanglea ana destroyed. . " - 1 I the HoBsUbi PaiLwai A cxidst.t-A horrible accident occurred at FiuswUlisyn, N. H., Friday week. Mr. Alonso Damon, wife ton, tried to true the track a a freight was coming up : the horse swerved and over turned the - eloign. Mr. Dantoa and were thrown oa th track, instantly killed aad dreadfully mangled I the horua struck kr th engiue aad at oac out plecaa. Air. Lhuaou eacapea uuauxt. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. The Secession Folly. The Secession Folly. Approval by Louisiana of the Election of Davis and Stephens—Passage Alabama of Resolutions Taking Charge of all Difficulties Between the Seceded and United States—Commissioners to be Sent to the Government of the United States from Alabama—A Strong Police Force in Washington. Mohtbomiet, ala, February 13 Stand ing committees were announced in Congress. A dispatch was received from the Louisiana Convention, approving the election of Davis and Stephens. A resolution was adopted continuing Custom officers ia office; also, a resolution tbat as soon aa tbe 1'resident is inaugurated, Commissioners be sent to the Government of the United State.' ' During secret Beteion, resolutions wore parsed, taking charge of all question) on difficulties now existing between sovereign States of this Confederacy and the United Slates, relating to the occupation of forts, arsenals, navy-yards, and other public estab lishments, and the President was directed to communicate this resolution to the Gover nors of tbe State. .-..:. Washisotor, February 13. A strong po lice force was stationed in various pirts of tbe Capitol, this morning, on tbe Home side; and some part of the building UDuolly opened to visitors were closed. : , At an early hour the reporters' galleriosof the Hall of the Houe of Representatives, and the passages leading thereto, were densely crowded in anticipation of the count ing of tbe votes for President and Yice President of tbe United States. Lord Lyons, Chevalier Hu'sernao, and other foreign ministers were among tbe dis tinguished spectators. On no former occa sion was there a more animated and exciting scene. ' 1- - Breaking up of Ice In the Hudson River—Immense Destruction of Property. v . , ' Aibaut, N. Y., February ' 13 The ice commenced moving in the river about half past eight o'clock this morning. 1 The break up was sudden, attended by a noise like thunder. Within twenty minutea after the start the water lose four feet and has been rising ever since until the present time. . , ,j . . . The rise is about Beven or eight feet, at half-past ten ; the destruction 'of property is large, the ice being blocked below ' th city. , Th damage in basing is roughly esti mated at' $0(1,000. . Boats, propellers, and other crafts were driven up by the force of the ice. ' ' '" ' " it'' A heavy tow-boat and other boat were drawn .through the first story of the frame fieight depot of tbe New York Central Rail road, the whole front being knocked out, and the building, which is very -long, and two stories high, is very mucn damaged. -Tw machine shops, (owned by Mr. Pan ehon, were destroyed in a similar manner. At the foot of Hamilton streeya proDeller was driven through tbe wall of the Dudley -House, wbich stands at th corner of the quayj .,;. . . . . ... , ,. .,, , The damage to produce and provisions in store is comparatively small, as th dock men bad a strong force of hands out during tbe night, in anticipation of the danger-, ., : Th water, in some places, is up to Broad way. In Maiden-lane, the flood already teaches to Stanwix HalL Cellar and base-'' xnents as high as Green-street ar filling.. ! At present there is little prospect of the abatement of the flood. State-street and Columbia Brdge have been broken to pieces and partially swept away. Among the rums ot propellers, tow-boats, barges and other craft which lie smashed to gether in a heap, it is impossible at present to give any adequate idea of tbe damagedone, but the destruction has been more suddea and rapid than in 1839, though the water has not yet reached nearly so high. No intelligence yet from Greenbush, but the flood on tbe Hudson River Railroad side of the river must be heavy. Albaht. N. Y.. February 13 P. M. The water has continued to rise slowly to-day, until ine enure business portion of tne city east of Broadway i inundated and business wholly suspended. The water in several Streets, running parallel with the river, in the northern section of the city, is several feet deep, and many families were compelled to a hasty retreat; in gome instances by means of boats from the second -story win dows. - South Broadway, from near the Allot and Argot office down to. the steamboat landing, is navigable by boats. Two men were rescued from a cake of floating ice by means of ropes. Na description can convey a correct idea of the extent of the disaster. . . " ,. Steamboats, propellers, ferry-boats, vessel and canal-boats were jammed together in a promiscuans heap. 1 . Destructive Fire In New York. Baldwin villi, N. Y., Febrnlir 13. A fire at ten o'clock last night destroyed the flouring-mill owned by Johnson, Cook it Co., and contents. Loss $100,000 on the mill, and $40,000 on the grain. Insured for $18,000. Tbe fire is supposed to have originated by friction of the machinery , The distillery, adjoining, was saved. -, Still Another Steamboat Accident—Two Persons Killed and Others Scalded. a St. Louis, February 13. Yesterday morn ing the' steamer Sunshine struck a snag at Kaakatkia Bend, which, passing through the guard, burst the steam-pipe and several per sons in the vicinity were severely scalded, two of whom, oect-'iands, nave since aieo. New Mexican Mail. 'Imdepindkmc. Mo.. February 13. Th New Mexican Mail from Pawnee Fork ar rived this morning. Nothing had been heard from the incoming mail, which should have connected with this at Pawnee Fork. The snow has disappeared from th Plains, and lelt the roads almost impassaoie. From North Carolina. Baliigh. N. C. February 12. The Senate rejected, then reconsidered the bill amending the Constitution concerning ad valorem taxa tion. The Georgia Commissioners have a formal reception to-morrow. Federal matter very calm. . . Sailing of the Steamer Arabia. as Nw .Yohk. February 13. Tbe steamer Araliia sailed thi A. M. fur Liverpool, with nineteen passenger and $1,435 in specie. River News. the I PiTTBBUks. - February 13 VI. Rivet eighteen feet four inches by 'the pier-mack, and at a stand. a Weather cloudy. . , arrival of a Havana Steamer. bad New -Yo. February , 13. Th steamer Dt &o.froin Havana, has just arrived 10.00 i . .. i. i'i.l on and train, child wo to Tna SAOkBD CoLLxoa at Ron. It may (uterteitiiig to our readers to know some fact Concerning the Sacred College at Roma.' communication from Knot state wax tner ara at present ja that bady oaa aardinai named by Leon Jtil.twenty-one. by uregory XVJ, thirty eight by Pius IXk Aue reserved in petto In the consistory of tha lota of Jane, 1869, aad nisa hat vacaattoUL seventy. Tbe oldest of tbe cardinal k his Bmiaaoce Tvatk whe if eihty-ive, and hag wora purple twenty-lour years ; , tne yoanges his Eminence Hilesi, forty -thrae, w ha ba a card4jl hree, year. !i , , - ADVERT I SEMENTS mscnTta! THt foaowmo umt ' j wximvz, oa tif ; ; ' ta,BotceedtaglveUnes(agaa) tHe liiseithisu MtaeerUoBe., - Ineerted al Has MlowhtfJ taaroof sea HM! , EfflflelB la an H breathe on. aith eeateeaean dlsastetij 1 1 Y SEWING MACHINES. WHEELER I WILSON'S Cowing - Machines TKICES REDUCED! " INO-BtACHIfjA COM PANT, bavin, gatiS all their entta at law with Infringing menntlc? h.,.,,,,k,h, i"b" h'1 o-o.r PKIOABof their Sewln.-nuKliinea. , nv.i. K man,., Kr OVer SAVn . r. th. entire aatiafaotion. gually well, and are WARRANTED THBAA TIAHS. Th dloereaos la prtee being atarelr a ilHTsisaaa Snf-h. V1,30fi If eohlnes enM In law, hefns doaUoeM galea of any oilier company In the Union. Awarded the first Premium la the - ' U. 8. FAIRS OF IMS, 1894 AWD lsso, An at the Hncfnnatf n-chanlcs' fnstttnt. Bet rtltiR RUWKNSIVC UsKH we have tak.a aa Vint Premium over L.U oompetitors aa tbe beet BUT VAH1LT BIWlNO-MACaiSAV. J.i',,!t;i0oI'h.;"' '!" 'oertf all, aw both sides 01 the .oons. leaving no ekain or rirfa.J on the nnder aide of the seam: and een eit ban, as much thread aa the chaln-atltcb marhloea Bend er call for a Oircaler, oontalnlna ulas. 1 testimonials, ato. WM. SUMNSB & CO., Agoatai, : 7 Wet FoarthlgL PIKI'S OriBA-HOCSI, ,; . . del - - ' ' 01501 BNATV $40. , ., , $40. Great Reduction in Prices I ' It roved ramily SUUTTLB-slAClllJiKd., A aaefal and heaatu flOLDDAY PREBKNT, For afady, woold be one of (Jd. a Bleat's new anel "t'1 elegant CLLIPTIU 8K WI NQ-MAUUlNta, UaS , beat In tb. world for family una. 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' rLl All nil- BuUT :V""TT How at tt gfnger's Sewing-machine, ar nnlveeaf ' ally need for tnannfactertag pnrposasf Tea aaa ''-' reeaeB why, art Beoaoee they en bettor, mora dsaatr 4 bio, more reliabU, capabU af doing a mock greats , ,t variety af work, and earning mere money than aaa? Other Machine. ' - " 1' 'v-' f Tbe anblt. are res pact fully Invited to eafl and a " ' amine glnaar's Bow rnuMvfrseHihnUe M"tiar Is , family nse 3tr3K.XeCyaai - lIa.'', 'i'm v m This Machine la highly omamea tea, aayfaaaMi 11: au, and Is the very beet an cheapest Ataeblaa , ..( tha market. JAKK8 BKA8DOH, Western Agent for Blnrer'adeeing-maohlaa, ' ' IneltJ ' - ' , - . 11 , ; ( rtBiifiiHiii etc TRTJE'H inpttern IS Noiaeli-as Lock-Stltch Shuttle HAWine.i Chinee, of How. A Bnper Patent, erarranted aha lie neei in maraei. also, maae a joounto-rs xw tuers, at wholesale. 8. T. OAHR1HON Asent7 ... No. 149 West Vifth-s . aar Agenm wantea in .very town. la 1 it MISCELLANEOUS. ... , at ' be A the ia kas - IF YOD WANT BEPAIRISI or AHT anra Bona . in thi prmtBiNa unb) " FBOtXPTIiT AND BEASONABLT, OALIi om H. MoOOLLTJM, de2t No. 101 West Blxth-et., bet. Tine and T(QKR FOR. BAI.K.-B OBNTSPH buabel at the Qas-works ; S cents per boabel, tf delivered by tbe Company. Tea per cent, dis count will be allowed on all parchesee of l.ouu busk ele or upward, provided the Coke Is removed at t ae rate of loo bushels each day. Orders must be purchased at tha Oaf Offlee. ' Vlne-st. .v. fce-1 , TAIL GROCKKlf CARD. K. o.HtMr.....l AT. 8a Table Bait, per ba....Me v- "- u . a, Slav . Innlaaana "Tt Zaou Oarraaits e, fa. . Leghorn Citroa a.J Bordeeu Plnme.M. ee. f , Hama, (J, 0. Mye)....lo. . Turkiah rrune. 'a-, ' Seedless BaUina. lie. . Preearviugdo... ,a0 Or lulled, Powdered, Loaf and Oau'iU, Mo Bio CoBoe. He Java Coflea....'... ..ISO T. B. Tea.. 6(1, M, Mc O. P. and Imp. do 60, sue Black do. ... J8, . SOe Cocoa and Cboo'ta..H.Sc Bunch naisina.. . -Isa. Bloe ec Bode ......eo Cbeeee. 4, lac fitai-ck . .i(oc Bar 8oa . , 7, So Ce.Hl. Sues IX Candles lllow.lle Palatum Auo dinyrna Flga. so. Auaoada MioLly...loo. . . -j. Laatgne,aM.ieaa' ' Tarrsg'a.lSa. SvaBleb Ftlberta:. u as. KugUah Walnut .!. (Irnau Nut. mx. ' Texaa p-"ti...... ,i,nmm fanery Beed tfm. ' Hemp ' 1 -ri, . B tar.. Flab-Ood Salmon WbiU.. nacoaroui Vermicelli . Batons N utmse Barditiee-Maad M Cluuamoa, b(,i...... ts. Me, - Peoner. Naiad " 1 ,,,1. eoa,, . Alapiue Ci'lor Vinatfar -.Sua, Ulutier ulu.ier.......7o 1 t-ickiea fork ...iue PlcklW Pork .... Pickles, Preserves, Pepper-seuoe, Aetchupe, Hnsv tard. Groand Powdera, and all lau7-rtf Yankee Veaeiablea. pertainine to the trade. DSV in, 1 Walnat-et. O. B. BBBHBSLAJI, Philadelphia. L, a. ktmail, Oinelenetl. a. v. samxaaLaj Camargo IManufaeturlris; Co., ST WAST rODBTH-ST., OIBGIHKATl, laaufaoturers aad Btalari la ' Wall Paper stad Wiudaw-Shada I gT-kTJH. 8TOCK OfTHI APltlTB OOODal B. P h a been aualiaSactBred axereeeiv for this Buc ket. Oar atylee axe all new, au. pripes much loweg tbaa ner before offeree la thi. oi tnav oiir. KESI IN TfIB M I E KlT-efllf THING N1W. The Croeodile Oual-Uookliisl ' and fimoke-oonauming Htove. juet come out, menu, factored fur the trade 1 for an,lc low, fr Oa.h or goo4 Paper, by JiSAilH H . UAHTKB, , o. SO Weat Fifth-at.; . v eiBotnaati, Ohio. F. i. On of tbem la anoceasful operation In taa adore. jajo-tf A8eiOJ!vlF.ST. NOT1IV 1 Biiiir aivea tbat 1 have been appuiuted by tbe lro- , hale Court of HamiltoB tounty, tlbln, aa aaaigneeoF tbe ri.'Perty of tbe tirm of W. V UkAM A A OO.. and of tae firm ofWM.B. BKAHANA UO., aud all prieous kulillng claims agaluat a... nrm are aaaey - noiinee 10 pr.aeui lee aaiu. m-uwimii m. - . BtlUkkk, West ronrth atreef. .1. fel-lt -. wnfTEHBAn. noasi docto A'Ja AbD blioaa, barm fcaa u.urty , tarsi in tha V-dtaM-inrT Art salad KlKvaiitfrl kimibiiiuii, bs lb. lotitfurm thr pufjiic A.. k. .a km fr.sis.al t mil wiamjaal af hi " urtt. AU kind of Hon Fom&mxWfnS 1 il.MrlaBt. sa.aa... aaklM rU h - ' ' " tUK'lsl Id. AV..f" ll. II,,,, lUmaata fhiiAn, li.l.a VM .Sic ...I..,.., ,10c .VC iioee, goods fcL "ile,aud. tot, all g'f,0' ' 1 ''- PbUkitrrl fA-o bifldir of mll.t ttm7lkt W iitm kbova ' JUI I'lU, l. few a-m ad, H dollar. ; . vl, tkaciaatti. rtaaarr taJStak.. UVStuu sf AV -' i.'l . i I ' '