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' - leted November wiz; at a cost ot ;IL- LTEDICAla , , ' ' !TlobedT.11. 6 , TILE DAILY STA ..,,,, ..... lilt brave , the , influence of the buuse le also to be timely Jur- --- - I PROFESSIONAL. , , , ,, ItO Soupothir wast made to bnall thy pailful wings , i'l - ' , great monop-olles of the- State beaded by oold urns and shapes of dim decay, ,, ' AletweapatAte Phwistalanas ,: . -14,,, . ) , ' the bank of California. In the progress To typify to MIA inIM n tal things The Chinese Sunday-sohoo-1, which-is Al Sitir. Ophthalmia and Aural 'Emma, tor , ,,, , . , s , , R A VIPT RTI KV , Arlfairlal 9R . Bevond the areamina of a atuninerqpy. s .. held la Dr. kelt. church, Oakland, (Jai., 't".111 U 2P. TU imi, ''. E ,..... 0, km Eye and Ear. 223 West TILE DAILY STARtifight,, had a public) mat dared to brave the , influence of the 1 . 20 -171B STAB FUR 311E SVAIMBR THZ DAILY STAR will be mailed to ,'peroont woo may be absent twin the oily during the summer ati the rate of Arty eats per minim ' A Nsw LIKE owes thinks, Barnum - should Seep the baby hippopotamus in thal oity as hogs flourish best there. Tux Chicago Times is puzzling people bt talking about the insanity, of Lady Dud 1040 in Wilkie Collins' 6,31an and Vi ,Oua European, tourists on. their re.; , tarn this full will find a new and very ,, inconvenient set of rules is force for ihe prevention of smuggling. , dammalomw.momom...01111 , 'A. ?ARMORIAL of Jolla and Charles 'Wesley is to be vis.ced in Westmiaster Abbey la a few weeks. The eapense is sit borne by Dean Stanley. 'o THE Northwestern crops have un doubtedly been somewhM injured,. hut ,like other misfortunes of the kind, the , damage will crow beautifully less upon &more complete examination; , GEr.110RE, of Jubilee fame, has another project on hand. He proposes to organ ize &chorus of 100,000 voices to sing the one hundreth realm on the one hun droth anniversary of the Declaration ot Independence. 0 TUB City of St. Louis has issued 1,300,- o! city script, and is trying the Hata-, lion experiment to that extent. The notes are not Hiked by the banks, but are redeemable in currency by the City Treasurer on presentation. i ono-huadred-and-sixteen-yearaold Brooklyn woman was always eon - tented and, cheerful, and it was to this -- and not to bard work and early rising Mat her longevity was due. So at leitat thetrooklyn papers' inform us. THE new Constitution of Nebraska, to he voted on at the coming election, pre-bents some especially novel features. It provides that the Legislature preceding that which le to elect a new Senator may, by ballot, express ite preference lot a person for that office, which vote may be regarded as an expression of popular opinion by the next Legislature when it comes to the work of election, or may be entirely disregarded. Another feature is that it makes drunkenness a sufficient , cause for the impeachment of public 011- .cm Cotinty taxes, by it, are limited to one and one-half per cent., and munici pal indebtedness to fiva per cent. Rail s eoads are declared publia highways, oh which the State may fix a maximum tariff. The first mimed provision will probably bc ebOut as effective as the wishes of predecessors in office usually Rre, and Wilibe simply of DV Okla. The second named is, however. good. as are also the others, and would be a benefit , to the Constitution of any State. .E. to " SUICIDE le confess' in," said Daniel Webster; waen proseouttng the crim inals in a celebrated murder trial, one of the numtter haviiig, a few Gays before, died by his bwn band. R tieton, the rresident of the exploded Bank of Cali tornia, in the taking of his own life, con fesses a whole series of crimes commit ted by himself and associates against the people of the State of CaliforniA. Rals ton, the Pacific Railroad, Sargent and 'Lbw gang in thole intertet, by combine gen,' chicanery and fraud, contrived te get control of almost all of the valuable and profitable enterprises of ' the State, and. by the same oonabination and fraud to destroy the hopes and lives of the honeat toilers and Ivorkers in every department of industry. The de lusive reports and statements pet forth by the gangs of speculators, like Ralston, Sargent, Nye, aud hoc genus, together Nfilth the frauds and fraudulent repre sentations committed by the agents and managers of the Pacitio Bank. have in , duoed thousands of immigrants of OE ell means to leave. good bonzes In the, hope of bettering the conditions of themselves and families Thousands upon thousands et such are , waiting and anxiouo to got out of a eountzy cursed by each kaaves as Reis felt sad his backers. But mak should , have patience.' The revolution in the' 'State is Juet beginning. Organized knaveri, by men In high plams, in poll tics and business, will not always con.' thine. Vigilance Committees will be or ganized. not to punish men who now an,d - steal a horse, but tp-rid the country or the thieved of the Ralston kind, who rhave not Me courage to take their own .lives. , , ', Tux terrible financial struggle through , which tbe Pact Ile coast le now passing i may, alter all, result inirood to the pee.' pie of that monopoly.ridden sectinn. The 5 Bank ol Califotnia and its conneetions , , his been the power tbat made California, 1 sichost in ber mineral wealth and most produalviin agricultural resources, the :worst State in Abe Union, for the man ' , that bad to earn a living by bis own labor or by any legitimate business., This con. ' as not, in the true sense, a bank, , ,but a vast accumulation of capital, ex ' 'tending its Influence into, and oontroll ,, Jug, as far as it could, every branch ot industry known to the coast. It owned ships and ship.ownerai. rantiles and ranchorea, bottle- and betel proprl. etors factories ant manufaetttrers. In fact, there was no branch of business 'in which a man could, engage without -.1iadiag himself either, la .campetition with this vast power, or in some way ttompelied to pay -tribute to it. lite bane. Sul influent's extended Into the yolitics ibe.State, and almost controlled both 011Pt o'tel Doittical partioa. Never, Lill : SAelintOr 114oth -erminencell bio vett . . ; ,' ; .., Ise 11 11 LON- aow.- - . , , , - - 1 - . , , . . , . , .. 1 . , , . , 0 , . f :.). - ' ' , . ., , . . , , . . , , - , . . ' , - , . , . , .. , , - , . , . . , .o . . -, - , , . . .., .1 , ,....---..-a- ---0,..-- ' ,-....--v,----- 7.- -7-r-- 7----- - ---------'-,-t--:- --,- s, -;..--r--...::-,-.-r.z:...;;.,.r,,;k'.;.,';...:,..,..... ,,! . , e- , - ..... --,-........... the bank of California. In the progriss of events. this state of things bad to dome to au end, 'and it was, perhape, better that the giant .should overstep ',t een and end its career by a terrible crash, than that it. should live to be slowly beaten down by the power add intelligence of the people. , Gov. Booth. had commenced the fight that was flintily to end in its annibilationt'and it will be better for all that the vidtory should come in this way, as hard as it may be tor a few weeks, than tor it to have been won after a tight of pally years. The embarrassment to other and-more solid ly conducted concerns' will be but tem porary, and in a few weeks, at farthest. business on the coast will be in a better condition Oita It has been since the -State was.admitted Into the Union. The fate of Mr. Ralston Is a most deplorable ,0ne, but ft Is another lesson against 'the , custom of engazink in immense specula tions with other peoples, funds. As promising as the prospeets may be, mid as rich as the returns at first may prove there Is always a possibility of a turn in the tide, bringing reverstis and ruin. It is nonsease to try to ,construe this California panic' late a disaster to the general ' business of the country. It arose from causes which nowhere else exist, and Its iefluence is oonfitied to the other side of the Rocky mountains. We can view it from here with as much coolness as If It were agitating France instead of one of oar own States, and with as much certainity that it can in no. ' way affect the business interests of this section. A little damagea very little ' may be done here by the attempt ol Ixolitioal demagogues and by partisan papers to impreas people with- the idea that we are, in some ueexplained way, greatly Interested, in tbe Bank of Cali fornia, and tbat Its failure is to affect the trade of Cincinnati. But this fallacy is too apparent to do much harm, and, In Spite of, people who would parailfZe business in the Interest of psittleal trickery, we shall have a brisk fail t7ade. Basosiijsets county Foist. Yesterday, the fourth day of tho twentieth annttal exhibition of the Hamilton Cottuty Ag ricultural society, (laded the exhibities. The Stewart 000k move was awarded to Miss , Ada Luce as beteg the best cook. Tho balloon aSeellii0E1 in the afterneen w as the great event of the day. Mlle Vieterelli Clark made a sate aerial trip. In tpe bae-ball game betwesa the Hunt Moe of Springdale sod the Carthago Club, vic tory decided laver of the latter, the score being da 2 tolloyNgremittms were.awFded: Floral Mall Zlarm wagon, A, liouvea, of - Carthage, diploma; nest platform wagon, di Knuveir. display of woodeu-warn, siO, Tottionnots. etaciunati fiko conioetiton); portable feuce, John M. Ovurpeck, Preble county, diploma; best bait poppek s, St, A. L. lieeves; best half bushel potatoes, $1, A. Browu; otArou !toads cabbage, five squashes, best three vsrieties Onion sets. display of Ivei grapes, Longview Asylum; best petsk white onions, 1, E. auctitibard; best half bushel Peerless potatoes. A. k. Minn', six table beets, A. C. Leuven; white sugar btlets. W, S. Wil liams; best six varieties of grapes, A. el. Mot tier; bost three varieties of grapesol M. Mot tier; best plate of grapes, ,A, M Mother; best plate of peaches, D. O. floottrookg best squashes, A. K. Mina; best peck trophy tomatoes, sl, Fowler, Columbia toWnsitip, twenty-lire ears yellow corn. A. C. Reeves; peck Mods, L. FoWlen one dozen ears early sugar corn, L. Fowler; five nutmegs, James Joba ton, of Sycamore townshig; nouble ears corn. A. K. Blinn, fiiploina ; greatest variety ot,PomPtios, $8, A. K. Blinn. - bwine--Best pair of pigs ttuder six months, $5, B. el. billfolds, of Butler county; beet boar under one year ,I0, D. b.Shields; best boar one year and over, 'oh D. 8. labtoitte. bweepstases on HogsBest sow unties one year, red ribbon, D. b. Shields; best boar of aux age, red riboon, S. shields; best sow ot our age, reit riebon, D. S. bluidus; best boar under sot months. red ripbon, D. b. bitioichs. - alba Vine Art Mad the following awards wets made: Lest wended quilt, premium. $8, Effie C. Woodruff, Springfield township; lamp mats, premium al, Raman lirowe. Sycamore town. snip. chenilie embroidery, diploma, Mollie Dell,'Clucinuitti; display of sewing, diploma, Mrs. IL breech, imithage; Plymouth &march, dipseiti, 11. Benhato, bye:dime tetVusiiip; embroidered pillow-wise. premium, Si, email Anderson, Aiillezeek township; snow men of Vetting, prenainin iji, Aim& Ander son. Milicrepk township; kniot mat, premium Mrs. L;01111411y, .14 liartwell: white etibt, premium sat Anoint S. Lanite, Springfield towaship; inuoroidurott ealld'alsaaw pre ,01. Mrs. A. K. Baum byeatueris town ship; table mote, diploma, Mrs. A. K. Mina, Syeamere township; pear gent's Male, diploma, airs. A. K, splashes towuskup: mitt deavo pairs stockiuss, mainline awkie, fliptoaa, , leery Vart, city; spoon moulde, .J.ptuang it. : Bonham. byeliktiOrd itair wuk it, tke otonitetatroa, Monona, Aos itositet,bprdegliabi tobviisuly; cio oi mitered pri.mituti ,16 motile Mull, city; potted tirswing, premium 01. thilikt French, MiliereA; tirstyciii patellas, p1411Ali4011 $2, Miss Augusta tortior. WiSorg homes psietiog, premium id, Miss Ag8taitit ' leaser inty, wood earring. diploma, Jaiss Au gums '1Wasee, oity: display ot eltionto minus lugs, Ha 11 &soy Magee lcultormh,Aliplionst. , - tainecimmot tiOJAUSAilki&W.04,W0464,110 and WOVC11 by a youtig Ituir of over maw sears agu, was show by Mrs. A. K. linen, eibprionneld saw, a latett wovea tout spun by tbdsame lady. and s wets patemet and nau ou two Sissy weis pi ised as tvidiew ki Lae exhibitors. wu area mire was requi rod to he taken of thew by Die bupela..teadena of rho 8'in. Art Dail. ,Diplothas were awarded fin, the &ambition of idie latiUtt WINO 11414;b work quilts, mode by a lady over tieventi,use yearem, aÅe without sae aid of glasses; Ws awarded the diploma for plisietir work. Smarmy Um. IL Laboysinius,Aen.yeabe Old, took-the firm Mreaniabill iii,lberacoof late pony brigade. lue running raoe was tree for Puree, WO, 'k'itt.t Proteltria. 4i; oficond ais,miirit, 8,4 Titere woke three entriesSidon tidri, by Julio R. bankee; Usury Idightleut, by Glom. iteeciter, Lebanon; Lama Lup, by mime W. war, . First kleat--Latire COP Ai Mom Illtudoot Milen (lira 8. Time--1:18. beoond ticat--Ditrry Lightfoot 1, Laura Cup 2, Alkleit liiri -tat. lierit--Barry Liglitloot 1, Laura cup 2,, uistanced. 'Lane-1:14h. Logattoot's raceand Arm money, Laura Cup, second premium. Itoad-borses te road-wagons. owners to drive nee rouml, best two in twee, premium $26. Dine Wium by ie. Mundy; bay gelding, by William ;Stephens; Kph, b. g, by Jake Wag ner. The first 'zest resulted as follows: Epb, Bast; Blue Wing. second: btepisens. distanced. Timo, 1 bewail heat resulted the same as the first. alma, kittixt. .1Lph'sbeitt mut raw and money. Vastest pacing double leam.First heat. Burch 1, Peuniugton a, Laisuler 8; lime, becoud heatrennington Bureh t, Crinner a: t11210 Third beatMurch's heat and race, who was awardwi. tee premium,. Tuts closed the day's moss. Tim Board to-day is paying all premiums awarded at this exhibition not yet paid. Although nearly LW years old, Prinee Got-techikon, the 'Russian Premier, stands permotly erect, and eibibitif a very majestic torte. At titis season of the year be is geserailz -to be lound at his thtlicat ZeruhkoyoUvolles (rein pt. Vetersburgh, on , the Neva. Ile is sots& ibis to all, dresses in, an old-lashioned suit of browu, and displays but one arti cle of jewelry, small diamond pin given lava III hi suiier hot deau4 itoc - , ' , TO A BUTTERFLY - - So thou west made to hnsit thy perfact wings Upon, oold urns and shapes of dim decay, To typify to man imm tat things Bevond the iireaminii of a sun-liner bk. kitir Pdyebe's form, which love did once press With deathlessness, , id snath from thee, Slight creature of an hour, - The graAi that tit thy tiAver, To symbolizo to time her bright eternity. Yes, thou mt linked with that diviner past ; Thou tak'st from guidon years thy curvitig Right; ' - From elder gods and singers sad thou haat A lot secured to morning out of sight. , And yet to-day, in this delicious atr, , This sunlight rare, From Iltoom to bloom A rival blihitfom skimming, Ine sweetness overbriin ming, W110 now would mate with thee the insignia of the tomb. Rather, am emblem fitter far thou art ' Of life swung doep amid the moment's bliss, Fine 10111913, title soul, a thrili on beauty's main, Nor breathing tare at to.ich of beauty's kiss. The wanton boo his grtisser need supplies, , lie foods aud files, Anti ttili the ear Follows his greedy basting, Whilst thou. thy Leiser wasting, Brea';'st not with pompous stir the languorous atmosphere. But is where Nature, tired of her crown, Comes to tile earth in generous einbraco, Mere, where, she lots bur radtant splendor do wn, - That thou art wont, so near her shining face, in mute delight, refieeted sun and nine , lo still pursue; And puets say They wereltiubition losing, Tay aimless paltiine chooðiug, Only to ieei with titou. with thee for once to 'stray! Marcia Smith, iu Harper's Magazine for Sep lumber. RELIGIOUS ITEMS. Rev. P, T. Wi !eon, for ten years 4 missionary la India, is locturing iu torifia. Every Methodist congregation in Jer sgy City bite sent delegaiiotte p.) the comP meetings in that btato., Rev. J. L. McNair has accepted a call to the paotorate of the First Preebyte Mu Church, Mattoon, Id. Rev.W. A. Dotson has been trailgerm(' from the Kentneay to the Colorado Cow. ference, aud etationed at Pueblo. Rhode Is laud has about Mo. thoueand more scholars in ber Sabbatli-ochooni titan she has children of a school age. Rev. Janie McCullough, a licentiate of Luoieville Presbytery, hoe accepted. a , nail to supply the clitiroll lit Troy, Ky. The Episcopal Church at Claremont, 'Jersey City, boo beeu without a pastor sluce the VObigilatiOtt ot Rev. Lir. ilattin. ' The oolored Methodists of Neweiersey anti Pennsylvania have just closed au eauitiag camp Ineetias at Waehiligton, ,N. J. Rev. Dr. Luther M. Smith, of the M. E. Church ISOU11,114d been elected Chanoui tor of the boutheru lluiversity, Greens. bore, Ala. Rev. 1. G. Kuhl, lately from the Mis sion House, Wisconsin, hao accepted a cati trent the congregation at lielley's Island, Ohio. ' Ito,. Edward Bacon, a son of Dr. Leon ard Bacon, ol New Haven, has accepted a call to a Congregational chorea at Springfield, Rev. C. H. Cook, missionary to the Pima ii.dians, Arizona, is at present eu gaged la translating portiono of the Bi ble into the Pinta dialect. - Rev. W.11. Warreu, of Columbus, has received au ggeelleelle ettil tree the Congregational Chorea, of apriughold, tinio, to become their pastor. A church building iu the memory of the late Bishop Meade was coneecrated by Blohop Johns, at White poet Werke ootiffty, V a ou Tuesday, J uly 131. A lady of Beverly, N. J., Shah L. Scott, reoentiy deceased. has bequeathed en 0. her property ter the estabitehineut of a Reformed Episcopal Churca. Dr. Thos. C. Strong, of Aurora, for nicrly of the old Bleeckerostreet Church NeW York, hao accepted the Preoldeney Penasylvania, Venntle College. The mission school at Santa Fe, New Mexico, under the charge of Rev. A. G.. Widens, watch epeued with tweuty-two ectiolarot hao increaoed to forty. The Now York South says that Bishop Grose has built. ten attaches Rad a col lege in Georgia, and hoe a niaguilicent cathedral approaching completion. Front. forty to Mkt), Naltajoo attend the religiouo oervices Inotituted oy Bev. Mr. Truax, and now continued Prof. Friese at fort AriZona. Dr..G. Crook8 has put the first part of the Liie of Dr. John McClintock in Hie pciuter's heeds. It wit' appear la Coto. ItOle the kiew York Roos L,Otleeril Rev. Dr. C. F. Deems, pastor of the Chorea of the Strangers, Netv York, is to vetiver the dedicatbry addreos wueu Vanderbilt lluiveroity opened, Oct..1. Line wile boo beau investigating the subject says test sixty-eigut per cent. of too inembersot Evangelical Churches are the fruits of Suudapecuool lien. uotlee bas beeu Bled Of a memorial to be presentedto the Synod ot New Jerecy asking for a confirmation of the judgment in the Glendenning case et slexisey City. Rev. Eugeue P.- Dunlap and wife, of Neelutnnoek, Pa., sailed last week as missionaries to Spain under the aus pices of the Presbyterian Board of For.' elgu Misoious. Bishop Cummins, of the' Reformed .Eplocopal ()numb, preached to a large to itgrega Hon in Newburg, N. Y.,reee ntiy, and took steps to organize a church of that denoulinatbin there. - - - - Toe Seventli.day Baptists of this coma; try bave sent a missionary to Scotland to propagate their peculiar views. The General conterenee of the sect here will open tat Alfred, N. Y., September 22. The American Bible Society is prepar ing an edition oi the Scriptures au agate type, 16mo, with references, to be called the Centennial Bib ler and for which It is expected there will be &large demand. Bishop Cumming, at a meeting of the newly organized Reformed Episcopal Church. said therfowere now fifty minis ters and teal congregations ot that Chureir in the United States and Caul ada. , The General Synod of the Reformed Motel') church :sports 0. Syuods 625 ministers, 1,842 eongregations, and 'IA 118 communicanté. The increase in membersuip dhring twelve years Is fifty per cent. , Rev. 21. Clay Trumbull has' retired from his connection with the American bunday-school Unien, in order to devote himself entirely to the editorship ot the Sunday.school Times, which he as mimes September lsta , The Rev. Frofessor Francis T. Mas son has closed his labors as associate rector of lat. John's Church, Waterbury, Ct., to beeolne rector el Bt. Margaret s School, lately eetablished In that city as a dicomosan Inetitution. The new raeldenUe of Bishop Bowman, en Washington avenue, St. Louis, found. ed by a corporation known as the "Bishop's Residenoe Company of the M. ,E. tlloirchm" it is exppotott will by ataut,.. - pleted November next, at a cost ot Tile twee is ;Aliso to be nicely Jur - , The Chinese Sunday-school, whit is held in Dr. Eel's church, Oakland, Cal., on Thursdays and Sunday evenings, has had a very encouraging growth. Two years ago ithegan with twenty scholars, now it numbers-two hundred and seven Cuinese young mea and boys. In the new Presbyterian Church ot the Puritans, Harlem, N. Y., teere le a room at the side &the pulpit where itivalids may hear the seruicia and' join in the service and yet be entirely secluded front view aud be able to 118811M8 any po. sition necessary to their collie:wt.. The following are the stet:Lades of the Colorado Conference, reported at the receut eession; members in full member ship, 1,82a: probationers, 213; Mid11011 ary colleotions; $1,84,1 35; Cburch Kitten mon, We; 'taus of Church property, $181,800; vitlue ol parsonages, 19,500. Cardinal Cullen has issued a summons to the Cathode bishops iu Ireland, con voking a synod in Alaynoota on the I7th lust, The epeeist' object of the synod is supposed to be the cousideration el the htlueational system the troubles el the Church in Italy auti'llie discipline of the Cburch ia Ireland. The fortieth annivereary of the settle ment of Kee. James Brownlee, D. D., over the Reformed Dutob Church as POCS Richmond, Sawa Island, was cele brated lastSuutlay in that church, and a discourse appropriate to titer occasion delivered, by elm. Service commenced at hail-past ten A. M. The cisurch was r e, 4 on Staten Island over two hun, dred yenrs ago. A general history of the church during - thlW dine and a detailed hietory of the work of the preseut peeler during luny years was giveu. ,.,. ii.... An Artist's Impression of the Slisktpeare Dosth,deski I shall give, later, a fuller account of the mask. In this visit my former lin. preesious were all streagthened in be. bolding 'tit greAdottir et expression. I had nO have theories to uutearn, nth. er no new theories to leara. Feats were sufficient. Nosurprises threfit my adnii ration oil the traok. I had been veiy beaire leaving bonze anti for a mouth Eugland; and, on the last step' of de clining lite; I could easily fancy my pit. grimage wail listed to lad, awl Witt $11 Attempt to identify hie real face was part of the curse be left on hini who 'Mould dig the duet or move the bones where they were already hallowed. But before the mask itself was healed, as I felt virtue come out of it, and li e begin anew, iu joy and thankfulness Unit I bad reaulieu the promised land; Now I wee in tee presence ot the Grand Khan him self. I could have shaseu bands with Columbus lu or out of chains. I heti foetid the golden fruit of th a Hesperide the sweetuese ol Tar Camay. The watt uess of Kepler over the trees and live regultir solids watt in the simple nature oi the situation.; and I was as blithe as thotigh I had met Shalispeare ju-t the other side of the ivory gate, and he had reeited to me for the eret time: eAne winking Mary-lehls begin To opo their victim eyes, With everything 11184 pretty bito Awl then sanneweere in tee tiream I saw ben asleep. There, wee nO mistake or misunder standing about, it. It was mutat clearer to my own mind than anything but, con. victirm can waits it to yours. Death has left the sidiple truth on his lace. No trick or falsity of Art has proittned it. William Tage; tictibner for Septem. ber. , All Sorts of Hairs. I suppose yoe youngsters think that tire tillite.except as tQ color; but teat i8 only because your 'eyes are pot VOry sharp. If your eyes weie as sharp ab microscope, yeu could tell from tbe Limiest slice el hair whetuer it grew en a , borer a quadruped, and what quadru ped. A human hair, 1 am told, looks tuat searching little instrument, lik'e a diollow tube, quite transparent, marked with irregular fines round it. Oa looking very closely, these Wiles ale seen to be the ends of separate euriede coats, or bare of tbe hair. Think of your hairs Waving band Inside the this, scaly covering is a Mimes bubstaisce, front the built where begius, to the point. Tao color ol the hair is decided by the color of the Said that Iii:s th,s traneparent tulle. A cat's hair Liege, under the prying instrument, like tue trunk of au old, rough palm tree; while the bat's hair resembies dote ers of a trumpet shape, istuck inuf each other to eoriu a chain. A bat (emu India has the trumpet shaped otitis expanded very wide, gad witched on We edge. lair from tile heed of a bee is pointed stud set wita short hairs , etanding stralgut out, irom the tele; anti the blur of a caterptilar are Lite b Loui,borny rods, drawn to a poiut aud set wait spines on each side. Ties is very queer; but there's an emia thing about it. It the hairs of about), find Oillet aniinais witoue hair is wiled in mahulacturea, bad not rough scales whice anti mat togetuer, tally could not be made int() felting. That is wnat makes broadcloth tied tiler woolen Meth soliruhand stroug. ',J ac u-tue ..P b t. iohol as tor September. Recent eiperlineute with us me prove it to have some commercial value as a bleaching agent. Applied directly to animal and vegetable subetanises, it is claimed that it OLd 1A8 oxydixing agent, and abstracts the hydrogen of the substance, and thereby causes a loss et color.Scribuer for September. , , - '7,- --- . ))) aLl f4:-2-.. , r v,,,,6 , r 1 ' - .4, -- a .' 't ' ...., MI 1.,li .1,0,0 t - ,, ,.'N''' 111 kt: ----1---- ) 4 4. 11 , f- ,. 910.4P lisila IR , . ,e lik liiiiii :,..7.,.., 4., 1,,,-; '11;.--,, ---- , il. , -- :.--- - ,--w '1",it';-, PUT ON , COSIVIC)I4IN-30 Because wounded nature restores it self when thoroughly protected from atmos pnerie action. Science acknowledges a perfect application in COSUOLINE. No rancidity or decomposition. Healing without the slightest irritation or smarting. Leaves no scars. KB SULTS ARS MITOUNDINGi Any inflammation. old and corrupt sores, eruptiorts and sloughing wounds yield to if.. It is nauire's faithful ally in the struggle. For Burns, Conids, Cuts, Bruises, Bolls, -Blisters, Chafing, Poisons, Bites, Piles Itching Totter, Salt Rheum, Rheumatism. Neuralgia, Mumps, Sore Throat, Coughing, krosted Limbs, Chap ped Skin. Whoever Pies It Reenunnsals It. THE PoM ADE OF COCAIOLIcar never be comes rancid nor loses its rich perfume. It cures all scalp diseases, keeps the hair soft, giand free trolls gum. Ask for PLAIN COSMOTANE or tor 0140LINE POMADE; 60 cents a bottle, with the above vane mark and anima et t. tr. HOUGHTON CO.. on label. Sold by DrOgglots Cenerallif , , it MEDICAL. , - elY u E , wilb,9,.,W0,ftemmno Death, to on the Heels of Every Kap. tared Eerson ,.as7W1InN,,igill'''S:ðo.Og The above ent repreeents the Hon. Danibl S. Dickinson, former Attorney General of the Velem" States. as, Been when attacked with STRANGITLaTED RUPTURIL Mr. Dickinson suffered Intensely, notwith standing he had the best surgiest aid. Every thing was done titSt 10i011130 could suggest, and as the last remedy the knife need, and yet he died in greab anguish on tne third Gay. Tido le a fearful warning to those who are ruptured. - 'RUPTURE.HOW CURED. AIL OBORGI B. BAKINOS, OP PITILADELPIIIA, WRITIC3 WIN FOLLOWING INTakIESTING FAN TIOULAIle: To the Editor of the New York Stint SiaFor several years I was at:dieted with rupture and paltered from the nee ot trueees. Casually notielug in your paper a recommend ation of Dr. Sherman of your city, and about the mune thne meeting Mr. J. W Ayrea, of Carat, N.J., who informed that 11.43 bad been a victillt to rupture and wee cured by Dr. Sher nutu's treatment. telt ululated' aud went straightway to New k, consulted DniSher mau, and had him adapt his remedies to. my case, It wad to me a happy oceurreues, and shall ever feel grateful to you aud Mr. Ayres; for having. directed mymttention to Dr, Sher mite, as well as to Dim for the-eats and cotu fortabie manner In which he treated mv case. My maid was greatly oppressed, and myluture was shadowed, as was trying various trusses for help with Do other result than vexation aud , injury. Mut now being sound again, am" real Wag its 'Mikity,' fed it iny imperative duty 1 te add my testimony in favor of Dr. Sherman'a 1 remedies. and to recommit(' the ruptured to go to bile with the fullest Cali fideuce of being ben ell bid. GEO. E. EAKINGS,1,081 Palmer ats' rhiladelpiria, March 24, 1411. We cheerfully publish the foregoing commu nication, believing it may voila in benedt to some Onth kakingd is a dahscrfuer te Tga Sum and a reliable gentlentan. Nis statement will doubtlest reften many sufferers who will, with our vouching for its truthininess. have cauee to feel as grateful toward him ad he neW feels toward Dr. Sherman. The foregoing remarks from the New York Sun must 00 cheering to those who are rup Lured. The cure le effected by Dr. SHERMAN'S methol without env operation, shnply by ex ternal local apelicstious, both mechanical and , medicinal. made daily by the 'patient, who, while under treatmeat, ean perform any kind of labor. or take the most am ive eX.101b0 With perfect security from dangers or Wise-led and strangulated rupture, w ithout the minoring and injur) cateied by the use of truseel, and with out illtA311. ring with the peogrees of cure. Dr. Shin mau's odic Park itow, coruer Ann strew-, New York Gity. Consuitution free. Terms moderate. Persons from the country egg receive treatmeat and return for home same (ley. Dvstortpove book mallet' for 10 mints. tau2-d4w-t1.1 RAILROADS. SII Ati FRESH gig ilo Folt THE COUNTRYt! DITE.I;i13 SUMMEU THE MI MISSIE1111 REM WILL ILIN SUNDAY EXCURSION TRAIN A It Co It stoppiv at ail way points, 'caviar Cincinnati 6:30 A. M., arrivine at Aurora at 9:41 A. M. Returning leave Aurora P. 44., arriving at Cincinuati II:10 P. M. Tickets and inforutation at Depot foot of street. IL T. BUN DON, tiou'l Paster Ag't. C. W. PARIS. Ticket Airent. it;i2-tratStt PIANOS. lie a PIANO CO. sr400., ooste less than 11400 to make any 11900 Piano sold through agents. all of whom ma,t 100 per COWI toroth.' We have no anmill but ship direct to families at fsetory We make only oue style. and have but one priee--18200 net tash, with no died-viola io deniers or comet-Mons to teachers. Our lont her is therollably seasoned --our cases are 11Spuble Veneered with RosewoodWive flout r mud 00171Orkt. serpentine hint su.1 carved lets. We use the lull Iron plato with overstrung bass--Vreneh Grand Aet.on With tl) clam tiers, and Mir keys areof the best ivory,1 with ivory fronts. Our pianos has 1g octavos --is 8 feet 9 makes tong. 8 leet Main wide, and weighs, boxed., 80 pounds..4.yery Piano is fully warranted for Ave years. tienA for il iustrated eireuiar. whioln we refer ho ova. 10)00 Bankers, filerehautit, ao.; (nom of whom you may know), using our Pianos la el States and Tel worms. Please nate- where you saw thiii notice- ' , U. S. PLANO CO. 810 BROADWAY N t ran4-8m,WFM.Allitiv.181 ',ADVERTISIWG. Price, Twenty-live Ceitef, , NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING ripitETY.NINI'll EbsITION ' Containing a complete list of all the towns in the United States, the Territories and the Do. ninion of Canada. having a popniatton gloater than t.000 according to bile last census, together with the names of the newspapers having the largest local circulation in each of the places named. Also a catalogue of newspapers whioh are recommend si to advertisers ae greatest value in proporion to prices charged. Also, all newspaoers in the United States and Canada printing over b.000 each issue. Also, all the Religious, Agricultural, Scientific and Alechanleal, ladies!, blasouic. Juvenile. Ede. cational. Commercial. Insurance, Real Estate, Law, Sporting, Music-al, Fashion, mut other special lass Journala very complete lista. 'iokether with a complf;te liat of over SOO Gor man papers printed in the United Plaice. Also. an essav upon advertising; many tanies of rated, allowing the cost of advertlsieg la va rious eewspapers, and everything which a be. ginner in auvertising would iike know'. Address , U.60. F. 101VELL ' ' 41 Park Row, lt!iew York. ' Ar24.22tditauve-etw ASTROLOGY. - MADAMS !JABAL 101, Proslan Astro 'dews and Herb Duette" sat entith Veer, bet. biltte awl Worsts am be 0011setteli daityle matte!, of business, loveor noetrunosig, lost pr stolen property. She he,. also the gift-to brine absent lovers or friends together, end will also tell the see. She oheerlutly invites all,to glee her ecall and test her powers to reveal the fu WAN e ' - , f;7' OE VILLA' ellianoino.a.ti, Office Houre-8 to 10 41. ; to 4 P. r Evening. , . apHtmo , r, w 31. o N S, -311. D., 8. W. Con Seventh and John Sta. - ' OD"' tk,", Office iloutifroln 11 to t CI 1 to and ."4A 6 to 8 P. IL aka., 'V I t fr V '1-1 1E.,12,bean -7- Wli-euvarfo 101- U711 -sk t. , , II ID' NI80. 188 Joh:: Wt,Tainlgol'itn.-hatip O -VI. IL IA K-a R.Lan .- Ka. .E. a.m.,. mon. L ' AIMS. Çoio&oe, PROFESSIONAL. , , lietmopetitto Phve6otalo" 2120' Ophthalmia and Aural Ilmma, tor diseases et Sae bye and Ear. 223 West Fourta Welt. burgeon in tbarge. , 9e P. WELSON. M. D. B. MOMIOW, NE. D., 47 WEnT nE V EN TU eiT,Uneintiat4 Oates Hours 8 to 10 41. U.; to 4 P. Kr Evening. , . ap0-6mo WM. OWE:NS, -31. D., 8.W. Cot. Seventh and John Ste. - Mee iteutifroin to it A. 1.1 Ito and Sto8P.M. Eon, le IDISICASEn. Of WOMIC14.1 ' No.188 John street, Cincinnati, Cl Otteo hours. to IL - DIL 7Vir, LOUNSBUIVIC, Residence and Ofdoe, S. W. Cor. Seventh Sill MOUnti sta. Ornoe .to 10 A.. 81.4 8 08 4P111.1 ex toer.m. Drs. SLOSSON nnozisums E Con Eighth and Elm Sta. , Oi hoe BoumFrom 1)il to 10 61,1 to 3 and , anommomas ...00.90.01,1 Drs. Bradford 6b McChesney, - flee 68 VT. Seventh Street. OFFICE JAQUES; FROM 10 IL TO 4 P. 14 Dr. T. C. Bradford at home' from 10 a. m. to I p. m. Ds Á. MeCheameg, al home trout 1 to 4 p nt. Detat6ata II At UMW, Dent 296 Vine street, three door above Eighth street. Dn. J. TAIrr, Deutiost. Erwrou DENTAL azolwricn; , Iry West Fputrat Street, de14-ly CINCINNATI. O tiorterve A.. - Attorney aid Counsellor st TAW, No. 21 Park Row, New York, warcolaiotions protuptll made in ot toe East. duit-ta TISS4A81,111. , , ATLANTIC AND ellIkA2 IVSAVIIIIN., , Depot, fifth and 1loadiv. Time, 7 minutes tut. apart,. Arrive, 4 rrir t i Filet!. ,Desiroal New Toth dolly,. 9: A.M. 1.NA.N. I nlOpato , New ork ihroileas, Lie. 1 , IA:MCP11,LS AND CINCINNATI eitoneataws. Depot, Prout And Kligour. Time, minotea 11014 Louisville daily ll:99A.W. 6:40r.K. :30a.sa, Louisville (ex Sun)," 12115Pag,, 1:45P.N. Louisville (daily). 7 :Was, 44.6 11:39e4A MARIS MA AND CINCINNATI. Depot, Pearl and Plum. VAIN 7 WAGON feet Park' b'g (ex dna)... (tkIAII. rPII. :oorat, Park'b'g Kx likalPag. ;:30A..4 .Park"b'g Mx dall...II:10m.m. :10P.111. 1:60A.g. Obilltenthe AG Morm. - 4 :00p. ta, Hi ilsboro Ao :Alp.m. 9 :40A.H. :44P.st, Lovtland AG 11:16.t.m. Loveland Ao 7:6Lt.m. Loveland La I :30r.m. :461-41. 7 loor.m. DALTUMONN AND OHIO. VIA EattEnnsEILEG. Deno), Pearl ata4 Plum. Time. 7 minutes fast, , Rai timore (ex Suu) 8 :35A.m. 6 :3A.M., - 11.404111: Ea li m,.re. d al II 6 :50r.M. 2: ler.m. 6 :00r.tE Baltimore Ex daily-ILI slOr.m. 6 :Carat. 10 rEr.m. . BALTIMORE 4ito olito, TIA COL11517119 Depot, litisour and Front. Time. 'I minutes fast. Baltimore Ex daily 7 :Lem. 5:15 a.. it. 8 :48 4.?4, NIDOINOr 8 ii.x 7 :04r.14 II Or.ti; 10 :45,Y.S. . OHIO AND MIN15111PPI. Pe.005, 4111 and Front. Tline.12 minuteS sloW, ' St. Louis r 6 30A.M. 10 :30r.M., 12 : Brag, - St. Louis 'x rioa.m. 7 :46r.m. 7 elfir.i& t Lonis x deity- f:I5r.M. 8:104.11. 8:154.1 Louisville Mali Meat. 1:10r.m. . 1:1n 1,ouieville Ex 8:104.st. 1:10A.m. 1:20r; Loultiville Ex daily) a - ' Except Sunday .. 5 oit6rill eigitAll 5 dillettS Lott twills 144 dMiy.: 7:16r m.. a :10A.m. 11:45Aat, Osgood A c 6:15r.m. 7 ab A .ii . 8 :a P.N. . , Aurora A Bandar i 8:30,kat, 'Ia5r at. 9:45A lita only CINCINNATI ilAMILTON AND DAYTON. DePot-ritth sad tioatity,, T1449-7 8718848 ra$6 1,7stima Ex. daily.... 9:7 A.M. f 00g.tt. 11:554.M. . Hatton pit. 4ally. -. 9 akr.tt 6:11fla.m. U:05441. Toledo ,x 7 A.M. 18 :Er NI. 4 :aurae. l'aiixto Ex. daily- P800.tt. 7:30x.m. .364.5., Toledo Au. ...., 11.:3 P.M. 11:55,r.m. 4:wag. fool lanapal Is A o .. 7 :604.S. 1 :014'.14.. 14141. 4. Indianapolis Ae 1:40r.61. 12 101o.m :45P.M. Ind lanapolis (ex Bat) 7 :00 r. it. 12:5 P.m. 5:361P.116 Itichumnad Le 2:30P.M. I2:55Y.II. :405,.11. Coonerfavia0 40 1:40W.5r. 5:i0A.M. ' 7:45P.m. Chicawo Ex :30Ame, 9 :strata rt.at. chiesgo Ex daily 7 SiOrag. 8 ;55A.M IA.. liay ion Ac 5 :30r.N. V :40 A.4. : r.m., Ham lion Ac 0:154.m. la:55LN. 111:2 A.m. , Hamilton Ac 6 :45 P.M. 7 :56.t.x. ;:48.p.w. tbiminatt 40 11:gur.m. 5 ii .N. 15:464.14., NAutiNoll .A5 4:45It N. 7 :10r.aL 6:50P.II - , , . CINCINNATI. IIAMILTON AND I ta oxAskrolas Deo ,t, Firth NA tioptily. Tjme. 7 minutes fitst. ' Indianapolis Lc 71:104.1L 10:30P.M WIEP.S.: Indianapolis Ao 1: lfir.m. 12 :RILLS. eM1A. Indianapolis (ex lat ) 7 Mar.m liS4r.m. 12;45P. COullOrgy1114) A 4 air.M. 5:15A.N. 7 :Ara& , CINcINNATI. RICIIMOND AND CilaCAGO. . 1)epoI, Wirth and timidly. Thee, l'Ininutes feat. . cliire 0 Ex 7 :WAAL 9 air.m. 11:40r.m. Richmond A 2:00P.M. 12:55r.m. 1:4, r.m CCitawo Ex daily 7 001,.4. b:55A.EL 7 (404.61 I)tiPtH, Eåri011 41114 INDIANA. ' Dati08, Firtil 8414 Hoadly. Time, 7 mines. fast. - ry , Grand Rapids A 7:39 at. S :Bras. 9 :85r.m. ()rand Kapda ex Bab 5 AMP.M. 5 AI.A.IL 15:154..IL , . DAYTON IWO atit-LINM Awo OLE YELLER. , Depot, Pearl and plum Time,7 minutes fest. ' . Roston Ix, 7 CO A.m. 5 Ser.s. 4 :50r.w. . Cleveland Er 10:50e.m 9 tier. 0 ...88y.lit. - New York Ex daily. 9 :101..11. 5 :Ham.. 7 :seeds. Springfield AO lA.31. r4"..IL Itrik.N. fiprin sew As. s:Ispols. :Assaf. :rot. I Paytos AO S:38P M. I Sik.31. :5' r.m. Sharon AO 8:10r .at Sts6A tit. tUAT.If. DAYTON 111101111 AISIN AND COLUMBUS. ' Itepot. P,eari apd Plum. Tiple. 1 minutesfast , , Columbus 104 ?Mi.'s. II ellOr.st. 11: 5A.M. Columhua Rt 10 :50a.m. 8 :Mr at. a :56r. lm. Colunibas Ac 8 Atitt lg. 0 glov.m. ID siOr.N , CINCINNATI AND SANDUSKY. Pfs 4, rvul Fla plum. TOne. 7 minittax tot. RAM wow 8,x ,' 8 :888 .10. 8 vr.st. 4:40r et. . lielicionlaine Ac 11:161, m. 11: 6A.11.:WI0P.M. 1111:StiokY KZ daily- ea Cit.11.. 6:151.M. 7 4104.m. 5NDIANAPOLIS. OINCIwrNAT AND LAVAYMTTL .. . kaewot, Pearl And pIum. nitT timy Indianapolis Bail-. V :454. at lid5r.m. 1.7:it,31. 11111;a5 etleAIL Ali 1165t.31. 1,3..,y4.41. VII. I.. itTofatalik ii .." :NAT. 14414.. Iilialt: pit:Ira:17144N ; 45A Mt LitP mM 1111: i WISAttansvilloi ki." Lt:C: 1I'afbitiii. 5.:16i.51.- - Iwilaulawoits Ex 9 sar.Ig 8 401,..111. SEPAL lAnayet, is tux ...... - 8:10P.N. 9 ASP.Nr. 1:45r.eL Peoria ft 2:10r.m. 1.0454.M. WAAL, ., Lulncy ,EX , , 9 :10r.M. 2 d5r.m. 8:15A.m PIP. 017 log 9:10r.m. 'IS:15r.M. 9:45r.m. i. 11A91 Limy deny. 7 1.10r.tg 9 :15A.11. 11:10P.N. 1.4fayette v. 1,.,O4H7 7 dier.lot I : f6A.m. 9 :I0A.st Chissuro le. L.. daily 7:00r.m rt.x, 7 ittie.M. SI. LonS CU. daily Maras. :454..M. 7:35A.B. - Peoria last 1 tins 7:00r.M Or.m. pAss.g. gulisey East bine 7 : Mr.m., .9:40r.m. 1 elOP,N. Kalivvis (AU t . L., 7 Op.. S:111P.N. 1:11:A.14. Ortsstliburg AO 11:30r.M. 12:15r.m.1 0 :10r.B. Lawrenceburg 6:10r.M... 8 :004.1d 11.0e.11. ' Valiey Jonetion 10: P.N. 11:60A.M. II:OP.. Lawrenceburg An 8 de.A.M. i 46146 7.1:16.144. WilTIIVATID VALLNY , '., . Depot. Pearl and plum. City time. Cambridge ilty ,Ae:7 gaht.m &tar. 11 :584.1r. Hag rMAwe Ac 4 :45r.m. MEA.1111. 9:30T.ai. Conner-4111s As 7 ONA.m. 0 ODA. m. lb 414-at. Connortavital AA A145,..M. 1;56..W.WW .11144W.N.. . MINT CONY CENTRAL. . Depot. etb mid Waebintrton, Covington. City time. II icholaaville Et $.10A.M. 6:301..K. .12:35r.N. N atu.iasvitia At) 2lospas. 11:00A.m. 0 110r.s. Nicliolasville Mix'd 7 :30r.m. 4 hi0A.M .0:00A. Saiximogat AO 4 MOPat 800A:6L C.301.. - , 1 Mee hours. to ti. lebili-lf O. 7Vir, LOUNSBUIVIC, ( ATTU 111A.MI. PA.1(41.A1101,111 1148V , ' - 1 Dep)t, Frotsand Ugrian, Time, 7 minims test. i ew Nork Mx dally.-7;t6A.pr. 2 rAOP It. 10:4.44. f ett, York St 1!,'fie.at. liVie.M. 6:45P.1t .., 1 ew Yerk EL ""rjsett.4.1. tigtit:i Vitr,.:. ll inneisjitleit 411er .... in ala ss. I Vet: i orro AS IA:APa& 0 :11).sIL 7 Ine..14 . rveland AO 42:04e-le 7.74P.111. 1:25P.14.. , i oveland lit a:2Zr at. . fi'lla..fir. 7:tbe,all , , I veland at 11:30r.x. 1:15A.k. 72:46A.At ' The Mt A. it. and 4:10 P. K. trains connect for - i Yellow Springs aod Springfield.' Taeautreb team , leaves Loveland bondage al t 4. 31., and totaralat loaves tiittainnatiat A V.A., - , CIN01111NATI AND11171111N0404 stn4...tv. Depot, ?fait and Savour., Time,. 7 malantes teks. ., Zanesville &L....J.0100e. IL ji 0Or-IL 6Or A. f 44zolavillo -4,11 4Atile.m. AO ,&,L O Wrap,. - - t ooLtimmus Pt?. V an11011 IND OLIIIVIBILA.c0. . DePO4,Vrout.luid lilleolie 1114nel in Ingtes fast. -- ed,ox4Ootot Ira 1445A-M- 4 zSOP44 ,1414,14 0011114.PWAZ11 Axe 0110.. Pat, tacit of Ormo4woi to Wy 'tinfoil. 911'111081 , wwlwatt Kg 4 034P.K. 4410.4.1E. 40404. ' ., i - I. . , mcvLA. r ollmote.3 Cast. - n'46 A44:04 fon. Lat. 40444 ' , 1 1 i - 1