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The Solar Eclipie of 185S.
On tli is subject M. Fayo lias just read
an Intcrcstlnij paper to the Actulemy of
Science, witU a v.cmt to cnll tho utton
iIah nt nntiunomers to tho Questions
IV V. - - - a
vrhtch may bo cither enttrelyiulvca or
nt least conilcrably clucidutel by the
olcrvat!un of tlioso important phcnom
ma : "What, bo aakoJ, is tlio KUU? It
is a Hory globe, composed of two con
centric parts of very unequal densities.
Tlio inner part constitute n Dhcricul
liaclcu, Mid tin outer onen Liml of very
extensive atmosphere. At ft certain
iliaUnco from the center tbUutiiiosplicro
i rorvred witU a continuou apherical
. - - -
layer of a peculiar kind ot ClOUdi, j
Iiich nro luminom, And constitute tho ;
11. ,. i I . I, ,la ,1... unlinlit.
fWv rMobtf Vis lull) to Us tno pnoio-
upheru" of thu ua. Under this princi ,
Dal layer nucleus, and tibovo tho photo-
. .. A i . i i .i i.. n ' i
npuoru tncro are mo ia.i iiiuiy rurmuu
thcro and usually IiitMuIo atrntoof tho
general atmonphcro. From tho uuclo
u, gancou eruption iasuo, partially
diipat!ntf and cxtini;uisllniC tho lu
liilitüiu cloud of tho photoHphcro nay,
rbiiiK beyon 1 It Into tho cxtroino atraia
(which only becoiio vilblo by n taint
liht nt the tlmo of au celipro)' where
they form thono torreuU of vaior
known as Mrono-colorcd protuberance."
Tho volume of thco vupoi h Home
time ono thouMand, And wen two thou
Hand time tho hIzo of our lobo. M.
Tavo now draw a parallel between the
ircVnt condition of the un m above
dcMcrlbod, and what must havo been
tho condition of our earth when tho
crust which now conceal It contra!
tiro wa not yet formed. It wn then u
ilimlnutlro nun; the wholo ihuhh If It
vratcr wam in tho atmotphero under
the form of iteam, with tho immeuMo
maw of carbonic Acid wlilcli ha iueo
Ihou abnorbod by caleuroou ir utter.
TIicho vapor, which wcro invUiblo and
iraimparent In tho rlclntty of tho then
liouiu nuclcu, wcro condensed at aeon
idcrablo altitude, so a to f rm u con
siderable altitude, no us to form a ton
tiuuou involucrum of whito cloud,
brilliantly illuminated by tho ray ct
tho un. Seen from a distance, our earth
must have presented thi atmoHjiheru to I
the eye. Immediately above it there '
must havo been the last trata ot air in
n ItifrU tato of rareiacauon, ana mere-
..... M .. I . 1
foro incapablo of supporting any of j
luminou cloud or (pteou vui.ors. ,
Tni.,w..li;itrlv l...!nv thtl-d IllUst II1V0 I
1-...,. n Invr ,f rl.,rlc rliniil nr fo'H con-
ktantlr disblpatcd by
distpatoJ by tlio nuliativn cf
the nucleus; and lower still u dense ut
moBphero weighing upon tho tili denser
uraotcc, inceasciitly i8uin up l'itm tlio
ucleu. M Faye conclude thi ,o;
IKjthctical picturo by buijosiii that
' J n -
volume of ira did at ono timo penetrate
. . .T I .-A, ...... a..v4...t.tl,. i
through tho photosphere. I'roduting
irapa in tho atratuin of whitj cloud.-; in
.. .....4 'ii
WHICH Cn.0 a UlSiaUl ewenvr wuhi. ,
through thofjap, navo seen mo uars
nucleus of üifij:art!i4.intt na wo at pre
cnt see that of tho un througU tho
Kap, in it photoepbere, which appear to
via us dark apots.
Whether thi theory really explains
tl process actually in progrcH in the
aim. van only bo ascertained !y an ex-
tttt Observation Ot CCllJlSCa. IhO CCilpSO
. t ... ..
f Svptctnbcr, 1858, will only Le cent nil
n.1 ntnl tntlm In li n) ii t H n t nf t Ii n wont K.
rrn continent of America, where there
nro but few astronomers and observ
atories. M. Faye, however, propose to
establish two observatories for the occa
v
sion, one at Jgnape, on tho coast of
Urazil, and tho other in lVru, at one
nd a half decrees south of Capo Ulan
co. iiut the Ürct eel ipso, which is to
tato place net ilarch, though not cen
tral us regards France, will bo very
nearly so; for tho snot whenco it miht
bo seen i only thirty-two Liloiuctrci
irom thelidajid of Oucsüunt; and an ob
server stationed on that island will oo
tho cclipw with a deviation of only
fourteen second from tho center. At
Ureal the observation wonld not bo so
favorable, tho mni'mufft of breath in tho
nolar crcsent being twenty-two sec
ond, a very unfavorable condition for
observing tho physical condition of the
sun. )l. Fayo now jiointa out variou
precatlons to bo taken by astronomera
in making tholr obaervations. Firnt,
lie advise them to divert themsclro of
all prceonceiTod theoretical notions,
vrhtch might induco them to neglect es
nentlal circumstances for others, the Im
ortanco of which may bo mero matter
f opinion. They ouht, therefore, to
mark down tlio situation of tho solar
pots on tho day before and tho day af
trr tho ecllpso. in order to eo whether
they really colncido with the obscura
tion. Secondly, tho observer should
Jiu:nd h(cyf that I, avoid looking
at tho sun or recvlylng lu" direct rays,
untill tho vcrj moment of 'the observa
tlon clohe may bo utraßl to so all
tho expected phenomen.-i with suCldent
nicety. Thirdly, In ordr Xo Mi the
1 bv tQ
II I Vllllll 4) SI WW vlvil'r veejMw" j f
vrithin tho tubo of tho u!& - tnVrnW
rarlficd bv lou exnouro to tho sun, the o
Instrument ought to rcnain corerod
withawhito cloth, haviig previously
Iwen iointd to tho proper spot In the
lieaven untill tho moment when the ob
servation ia to begin. Thi precaution,
M. Fayo contend, I of Ihogreatcnt im
portancc, and it being heiected 1 tlio
tauo of IVequent cmr. So greut in
tlcoil, i tho effect of thi refraction that
tho iliavc of Saturn has sometime been
aeon in tho form of a square, with its
angle !i;;'..t!y reunded Qft.Ua!ij-
lNScrottiiv-vTio-f. The frcquenUtah.
bine or nooting of school-teacher at
.. .I . I .. .
rrn Tallin DV UOX in trio school, in nun
ra08 melanchollv features of
-trnU(ew. Tho FittBburg (lagetto,
in quoting-vjio last cane, adds :
'A Kentucky friend once told us of a
ncbool ho undertook to teach in Helena,
ArkaoKai. .' Tho first operation almost,
on commencing nis acssion, wastoscarcn
4t . ....,.. , n.f.Ji...i,
UVI.BOl Iii pujill.' jur UCaUIV WCftn-
OU. i llliniC IHO UUmier Ot iOaUOil I
vv a e v . w jt m a I
revolvers, which lie said ho found in tlio
eoureo of his scrutiny, was thirteen.
The number of knives, dirks and blung
shot we do not prteud to remember.
It was horriblo to think of, however.
'Xhce tender'ouths' pistolawcro moro
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II. C. LOUD, IWt.
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"IT HAS NOT A M.'I.L PAUK IX 1T.'
LTFK AND TLMKS
AARON BURR,
Lieut. Col. la the Army of the Revolution, V.
fcteuate, Yice-Preddent of Iba
United Htatc, Ac.
BY JAME8 PARTON.
., crown 8vo. M'lth Portrait on Ftool, and
Vood Cut. 1'rk'o In Cloth, f 1 75j kulf-
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THU tit'DJECT.
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coniplUhed. Ono nf Ilm bert ofllitr ef tho Koro-
lutioii) the iiioxt hrcwd, kern, IndefutlL'nblo, and
uc-eiiful, If not the greeted luwycr lliut ever prac
ticed In New York i tho very eronineniion of
enurtlinc mi I fa.rlnation of iiumner baiidiiuo,
elcunt, aniliiblc, nnl n vomplirln'l ; with n inuUr
power over nil who cniue withlu hi liifliiiuee;
with a will and boJy of Iron, dnrln;, renoliite, cal
ciilatin; and a!way erjual to any circuiuataucc of
hi iiiue)" Doton Po.L
THE AUTHOR.
"The author, Mr. Ja me Parton, I a hnlar and
a munof theblKhcrtattninmcut.", and be ha brouirlit
. to bla tank all the rc(iillte qualllica patieiien, toil,
.may, care, rencriion, anil reacarcb o iiiUi.r.cnna
blo to an undertaking of o inuih delicacy and Im
portance." Home Journal.
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est Idea of Mr. Piirtoii'n atiillly, eitlicr a a coiajillcr
r a lilrttoriun. The tropic tory or the
hero I told with tlio power and iuipücity of a gcu
vine poet." Uo.ton Tout.
"Ho ha performed hi tuk with tho tenl of an
antiquary und thu ta-tte of an nrti.t. Tho irkunme
detail of politlrul life have lipfn cnrefulty aifted,
and a certain fine, vitalizing grnl'ia ! piven ani
mation nml harmony to tlic mnv. Hi lmncty of
tmriioo la no to. coni.ictmin thtin bl. orlirhmlit v of
I esprerxion and illu-lmtion. lo irrtainly pon.ca.ra
' a rare talent fur Llogrutihiiul delineation. ' Xew
j Yoik Tribune.
IHK mOUKAi HY.
"A volumo worthy of the ubjeet and time on
which he ho written." Dorton Congregational!.
"It ha net a dull pajj in It. Once
opened, and the rcudir attention Urecured author
and aubject combining to make Lim captive."
notion iiar.
"Almoat a model Iliography." rhilad Tre.
"Certainly tho mort deeply Interesting! fcina
tin;; bonk that ban tjon laid upon our tallo in many
14 jr. 14. 4. VOIIlUIIII4lIIUire.
"A nti Intcrivting biiprnphy, no work lately pub
Hulled begins to equal it." lioston Jourual.
"It la iinpoanlMo not to rend it after one ha twa-itn
A woik of aluoit unenuuled interct."
( 4 e .
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"Of peculiar aud aUoibiug Inlorert." Dorton
iranarripi.
"Moro eicitlng than romance "N. Y. Evan
geliau
'More real knowledge of our early htrtory can be
obtained from It than from many work devoted ex-
cluiirely to that period." Life Illuatrated.
"One of the raoat faiclnatlng biographic of a bad
... aa a w .
man ever written, a, i. vierver.
Ill life I (ketcbed In a manner that will not fail
to be in lere ting, or to exert a warning voice to
Young America vf the preeut day." ChifÜan
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Antraocil in tho wrltinca of ALKXAN
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poraricH.
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Vol. 1 ÖV0. cloth, e-' 50.
" The an'hlves of the flovernment of the United
Plates having been recently opened to me by thoau
Ihorlty of the Library Committee of Congrv.s, I have
found a iitiM of maU rlal vf great value, iniK h of It
heretofore unused. Those document would, bad
their existence been known, have made a larire ad
dition to the works of Aleian jcr Ilumltton, recent
ly edited the autograph leitet written by hint In
behalf if Washington, while a member of hi staff,
and now lu the Department of tUato, exceeding a
thousand In number.
Other have been traced In pilvato collection,
Theie all relate to tho period of tho Anurliin Rev
olutlon, comprised la this and Ihe succeeding vol
ume.
A wider field of view being obtained, I resolved
to enlarge the plan of bis work, and to embrace in
it both a hlrtoey and a biography. My onjoct I to
present a faithful, honest narrative a aerie of au
Ih r Ho statomenU which will bear tho closet scru
tiny, and thus be of aervloe to my country."
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Iaaa wer flrat offered to the rubllo la 1RM elnoa
which lima there has been awarded tbem Focbtebr
Diploa, Two Pnosxg and Oxi rUivia Mioau Aa
enumeration or them I deemed nnneoesaary, as
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ued lo the Prominent Cllie and Town of the
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Cliie.
Mdc tho publication of my principal circular. I
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wuicli are reapeeUully uuiulUed to the eonrtdera-
tlon of other large KTartoiiKRa, F.eat or West.
CixnxiATi, July Zi, 1BJ.
Mr. Jab. J. lit n.ra, A ecu I. Cincinnati.
Dkab ria: For some time tast we Lav been
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Uke ilaur m slatli.ar, that they the Very gcucr
al satisfaction.
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Fluid, and art to be tirolcrred from the fact that
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or quality. Aa we do But u.e Arnold' tluld, we
do Hot feel al liberty to draw a eomparUon.
TKl'MAN A M'OFFDKD.
The following tn.tlniony front Iloukkrnpcr of
Leaning naut aua vreaulll lrlrm Is rcpoctiuliy
suomuiea.
Jas. J. Butler's Record Fluid,
KOK HAL 15
AT THE I'ftlNCirAL STATIONERS AT CIXC1X.VAT
Awt V.lncwlicre.
A CAW TO V231 SC2re.l3a.
CiariuxATi, April 6, 1847
Mr. Ja. J. Butler, Agent, Cincinnati.
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your lUcoso Fuio. and take plcasuro In stating
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uniform depth of color when first ued, and has
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blai k tint the color is fully equal to the beat of Ar
Hold's we bae v er u.td, while the flow 1 about
the same,
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lloil.'C.
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Doiid, Certificates of Block. Rills of Es-
Notes, Drafts, Labels, Circular. L'ill
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Cbet-ks, le.
Puldi.liers of a large
UNITED STATES RAILROAD MAP,
51 fevt quare, handramely colored aad moaated.
riicefB.
Also, a new Map about rra ly:
Central United States Eailrotd Map.
Embracing all of tho following States: New York,
Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri,
Iowa, Wiconln, Minnesota, Michigan, Kentucky,
Tenne, and Virginia, Vc.
We Invite tho public generally to rail and exam
ine e-imens of our work, at our office, second
floor of the Odd Fellow' Roildlnr. corner of Tbird
and Walnut streets, Cincinnati. Ohio.
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feb ö'i8-ly.
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it merit have Improved aa 1 1 dimension have In
creased. At the beginning of this year, we bop. ear friends
will make special effort to Increase It circulation,
and place it In the hand of every Ms son. Its
friends claim that It Is the cheapest end best Ma
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the craft. It contains slaty-four large octavo pagea
in each number, beautifully printed oa toe white
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four hundred pagea each, and each volume coa tains
a title page and Index. Tbe price Is 13,0 per aa
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C. Moonr.
No. 117 Walnul 5 tree t Clnrlnnall, O.
STADLER, BROTHER &. CO.
WHOLESALE
CLOTHIERS, C
Import- and leeler la
Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods
2 PEARL OT., worth side, bet. Walnut aad Via
and 73 West Third Hrrel
Particular attention paid to order.
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feb6'8-3ia
W. W. HAMER & CO.
MASi-rACTvasa or
PORTABLE GRINDING & ROLTJNT
FLOUR MILLS,
No. to Eaat Eighth t., bet. Bread way ll lycasaere.
r.incuinnii, unio.
Wo furnlh a coinpble Mill at tSM. Tbla cm.
rices French Hurt, .10 In. he, IN IRON FRAME,
Rolling Chest, two pair of eouveytr. to et ol
l.leat-T, with belling and Hearing, alt ready I
run. Reil three feet In diameter, and 11 fret long,
and bilk Rolling Cloth, (!el Dutch Anchor Dread.)
W guarantee thi Mill to turn out
ßO ILAUUELS OF I'LOUH Hilt DAY!
Wa build larg-lsed Flour Mill, also, Cora aad
Feed Mill. Fmut Machines. Flour Ja ken, Ac.,
Ac. And furnUh to order
And 21111 Cearbff of til Xindi.
Th test Dutch Anchor Rrand Rolling Clotb, aad
It Alt I n af i.t all site, at lowed Kiers.
N. R. Circulars, giving particulars, sent apoa
application, with tlemps enclosed.
"I J 1 ir it' uivrn 1 r'rt
I leLi 0 Jul v
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HENRY DAVID,
xmrACTmn avd waotciALg aiALia t
FANCY SOAPS, PERFUMERY, &C,
tt levaath etreet, bet. Mala aad Walnut.
All order rromrtly attended to and carefully
,acked. IfebiftHtf.
JOS. COX &. WM. H. KERR,

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