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Cincinnati Daily Columbian (Newspaper) - June 24, 1854, Cincinnati, OhioA NEWS AND BUSINESS PAPER, INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS. vol.. 1. .'^O. 226. Cl NCiiN NATL, SATURO AY MORNING, JUNE 24,1854, TEN CENTS A WEEK. §iail^ ©olumWan. PCULtStlKn la %hm CMaari KTKBT MOBNlJia. ALHKHT O WILLIAM llalHMi. nM M Wmtmmá mmé TIm, ar    V «ATVH0A%' RITHABSMOA. PSOPtUmNC KBI TOR. • « ATTL’CR, a «urcMUta tU fakU»t iatlUB—■    rwR mniiM «r oat*, uaiwaéa TKRJISOP HOBMRirTMM. 6£]?Si£=t5r'^ MM .. M . KIM WKHLT rarKB. CiliaHaa aaé IBaal Weal xaa ~n iillaa aa« upaat WM U • Miwafc WeeUv. »r tb* Ur>«M claa. «dMoA aaJ taaaaé    tbr    uw eaaaar ciraalaltaa. Kv«r/ ■■*bec wUT»aaJ««.jtMU, twUt—* Mrk«* Morts. arMelM RaaUi rk«* Morts. arMelM 7Ma«ne«, • «aaaM* uuaaarT •«iMrM*. aaJbMwactfr» Ml ■1] twH its U« .t, twalT* . mmm *• «VñáW ...............................JOM keaele Ib eliwee, eel lbeaeb*H»tiee mmá •( ilMMl Bt tlw tka* ptá* Mr. aalMs mmr W MklB «• «lakB, •* aar Hwaa. «a tba «to W«k mmá totob- ■ralT«*— • lUr trhU act aa actots. aal ara iaa»ae«faHy sa- SPECIAL NOTICES. raar Paart^tol la af Alaitl^r r iraaan aal tayraarl laa to fcraaakla aa rlaar waatbar. Par ihniria. a Rear lay. (totvaaa M aal X a>alaek.) ta HiBiaHib ia üaaa. aaaU Whiia. Blaa ar UbbkPlak. Oto OaBary laa lai«a aal > MMi 11 t «láatlto al Pa-gaanaaaypaa aal «Char traak al Ara, ia ava* a* aB baara aal BBBUm- Jbarbaraaara^ bantator» aatola» baiarato MatobftoalMarMltoabaaSCa af »aaabo»a 1. Bawa A.Oa-i la W rfil I to aaaaaR aaaaaat. Tba baataaaa wBt to altoM by 1. B ««M.. -to wtb aaartaaa M ^ Jto a^al «to to» laaaJB UM. ITAllHOPBa. BUBB. O. T. BOOVB jn^SKiras.jissríSí.ff í^jgüJüs-JüiMi^ U’XSL t; Ifca WiC wTI®. ^UBRia. MaaalaaaartM Oatopaay. vBl alaaaa wka aattaa. tbat aa alaaRaa Br Xtoaaaan m jaa iltot by «to abara», «M tato ilaaaal ihalraBRbaaBAniBDAT. aba XM al Jaly. UM. JARBBTOOl*. JOBBTB BcIMCaAL, ^gaaaTLgBTsJtagg ''i B Bal -    ’    '    toataiabi    aaUto alttoUi abaaatotoMMBilMlba tbM atoaaTiaa ito tatotlatk Jaly aaaa,aal aha Baartb laailiiiB» af Xra éaltatapar «tora, laa toataaariaHi laiaai aaaLara aallal to. aayabla at Iba aUaa afato »an lay. Sbm. UWaabTbbl aa. By arlar at toa Baato.    OALXB . aiUTR, faaMa        Pi    laMiit. '^j=ux^s:utss:^1js£7(y to la ^itoatoaMi I al ato lay. MORibLMI, JUNK 91. 1M54 Wi bive ac«B bt the People’* Hbt Store, 183 Main •L, B ipleodid Tsriety of the neateat atyiea of HeU. Tli^'**roloQihiBB'* ¿{Meaeots its complimeuts to the meBkbmor Freak Jokaioa’s Bead, lad «ok^wledge. % Mreobd* bt tiblf Dbst taro e'elock. A. M., Jnoe 33d We bie iadeUed to the btteatire officers of the ■teemer Glesáble. for New Orleans papers of the ISttt last. ▲ trotting race oomes off over the Queen Oily cooiae this bflemoon. The drivers are araateure, and rich sport is antieipated. We are infonned that abont 130 of the Ü. S. troops statiooed at the Newport Barracka, wtU parade the priadpal straMa of ear city on the itb of oeat montk. Oeo.P. W. Sttadar. of Uw L. M. R. It. <^ce. raoeivcd a di^pateh from LoaiavUleyesterday, stating that CapL Hiram Koenta of the steamer Crystal Paiaoe, was very 111. and bis friends oatertained no ^opes of his recovery._ ▲ woman named Bkelvia feigned yesterday aftcr- BooB, at the cxrmer of Sixth street and Broadway, to be attacked with ebolera, and squirmed aboat for aoew time Ur apparent agony, boidng to get cured with brandy, but finding it didn't come she got np bird walked off. A oBrioiis rape ease is to come before 'Sqnire Bowe-kamp on Mon^j ruxL The complainant alleges that the oOsbm waa oommlUed in September. ISóS. Shi WM shortly afterward manied. and did not dU valge th* BiaUar to bar hoshiad until the birth of a child about a saoBth ago. All partiea have heretofore bora* gold reputatioBs, atrd the affair u ezoiting eoMldtoabti talk. The Board of CHy Improvements met yesterday aadtmBMctid a oonaiderable amoust hot ooDe of it waa of general interest except a raaolatioo to recommend the immediate conatmc-tloa of a oity smiUrwbop, IS feet front by 33 feet dsap,al a ooat of Bot over tl50, and the rsmoval o^ tha pnasnft amilh-Bhop from the basement of the cRywhalt. Two bilUgsxeat bulUes. beloagiog to Troytowp’ and kaowB among the fexMy aa Ltmg Smith and Meidix, ftvaght a prise fight yesterday attemooii, oo Fiddlew’ Oieia. ▲ police Offioev,w1io waa preaent, kia felócBd nc wRh Briaate partksHan, but as w« do ■BtBBpposB the pabllc wonld he either Intcrseted by kail it wtie drew first riarst, wlro oami op to the scratch beat, aad how long It waa before Smith waa dBdaad victor, and SBtillad to them f 10, we ‘^rap the eet^ec,” Mbvtino orvBBFoaBTBOF Jult CorarimoBOM ^teTBSBAT IffiaBT.—poouolttee Btet, Miles Greenwood ia the ehair. The aeoretary being absent, Mr. W. O. Kalaoo sraa appoioted aacretBry pro tern. B»> of aa eoooBrai^t vchasaeter araia received Boat of the WatdA Mr. S^cnl moved that flu fUcfbJttt liidiffitaB ftoftM the Ward «ora- cr toittaaa to hoM mMtkig* M each WaM».tp aaceatain th* ttoHaga of the poopla. Couddarable dhwaxsion «mee or tha fdfi^B sf the xpaola^. Adartosai wire than drilvertd Meam. Cham-h«B. atBckhottse, EdWArda and oibecs. IJW bliii Plug t—baffered as a sdhathtote for Mr. SaiysBtfs Bsotioa: Bstotrad, That t%p aereial Ward CMBialtlara ba •Bd aaa hereby Imdnctcd to call public mrettoga of, tha tto X ir Bf Abato rtstocWvs Watrfe.-OB SaAtuday: Bight, fbr th* porpoeqaf^oig«a ,. itsidsitthBhikuiiritlL^ KsCBallKiW, I- >a( A««ai BhetfoRrf TaBAUs Wavaas «atoa MaMirea ••■all-tow Mr Ito «attoOBartffsl RMailMa mmmmtf, aaklas» laWto ■watoatoetoeptoitor to»«<a* <l55to. to—ll to to ■toitoiM toAaaatojtoatto a BBd to fopoft W thli been ▲Oar debata tha jafaetitat* waa adopted. Maous. Bohooiej.BtaokhoaaB, aad Chambón were appoiated á Cotooritteoef Wepe eed Maeae. The feOosrihff aro Ifeo plaoei designated for bolding WarátoSoUBfai laL Wnidi Jfotoo'MaglBe Mawoe. MachAaloF^ laatititt*. Mieraled’s Carpenter Shop, comer of ^ Fiiaataad Lndtow. Oanw of Froat aad Ptoa etiwota Jefltnon HalL. Oosasr of Mill aad Third. Book aad Laddn Horn. Marlon Englno Hooaa. “     amiAB    oomnjwo. ss a’iSL’" MATIVS watos. yáháwha, ' <¥to rltol sf tea TttoA fhait itQoi) Ooorg* Btioat Bugiae Hooaa. Bodleyh CarpaaterShop, Bavanth otooet, hataoaa OoMw sad UOa. 11Mb ^ ■Mil* ■wfaM Haaw. FhkaÍLHkMBcfl HaU. •e Al fEC^J!¡.W=fS.;L£p T; of the editen write articlf* igeinol the firing ■hUifi «hfeh wo howialv. sal pledged hie life by hfeosrohotoiwiteM to defend aiáeopport them —« Bua whooowotoo sAl bohoaored by the Boming «IpotBTlriBa. ^foiWwlBf issaexW^.fra•»aJat• r Mttea by Mr. AdazB^i^ ftth. 1776: ^ dqyfepoaaed. Th* Mbof .My. 1776, W«1 iiis BjppnarsU* epoch iathehietory of Atnerieo. UiBpa be oolebrath-* at the GIOATiJUnv It ooght tu by arioMB eeis of deyoUoa to th* iJ. itoto r tore to —Oi illtortotolo Gad. n ooght to bo eatebnted with pooxps, Wow^ aptote, «RR, holM,MaftNaoB4 UlafehMfioho! ihmj^ 4^ of tkt comMMMt tm tkt otkmr fmm tkú tearmivEL*' LM It hiCKlellpd tnr %U, sad h will bo by aQ frieodi of IHisrtyi LsC ho reatndai be pot upoo thoso who ^ ‘ to feuBiiiinm thni oaMvonsry. Bo Se •WkWreOiab# BABO a MICBOUX. má rWib mmá Bate ^<»to, •■•^*'5B'srt¥T6 jifjs:asusz^¿ •to^ sto«syto._ Oto«iilii.*»atoA. roCBTH »>a «tor*. ■BMOMtoNr** W»I«IW A«tow to «to Mto •• aiaitotol»— Oto rtoto toswi.to ill aaapgb IvRfao*. «towB A*., to • iwlir Ml OHt»* Hki toaatov. mi tmwom dmw. a%Bca a >«TTL. .«bjBpOhma oraawr. bbtwbbp ^     -    —j    laib ^sjX'sstfSáíur.ar*’' AükTSI S«fe#toMihtow«fto*MOl tiütoSSi *•"*•. naaiilkiió to •ItoMM» «Tito all *«rto. •BA *to»» atottoTto fllMll. r«r *•!■•*. >o«w w «APMAPoaa. iHtoato, >u w    ■■■ip»*»    «totostoma Mi WtoMto Bm B«W AB’l BÉJfÁdr    A.    •«•’toticCr «V A Wto tir. Mwo». uuAL rABiM. iosw«*«toei A, kAvto* flote aotf OaocLtol MT saVitoB. toi ato»ai>r mM OrooMM itoto*. ylwteeeB. ttowtaatl/ m tool • —qM» «1—r«ri*f y«•gpf«i>v»y aol WattoMOtoL *aSSSI!T¿!^ Ma»Ma»«4 ttfr. #•mb. aofefr. lath. iDlUh. ifth. a*Ifah. aoléth.' 'A«Ulh. ao.da da Xahawfc iBiias Heaa*. Brightaa do' da Itogtoo Hooie, oornar Sixth and Syoto Orast Bieairstioa* ara boiog nude for th* cefebrs->< ttoa of the Foarth of Jnly, th* day which gave birth day omthy of ceiahCBtMCb astbodnr ilaaigBoiSof th* jteelaratiao aoaldaai m k^ag feosotoraofthatfeMhetffbfe d^.    '    ' Visit la u Turkish C'ustle. We Htarud at U n o'c'ock, out* Hue morni' g, a small party of lour, for a .stroll tbrougli the Woods to the castle of Facha Shellie, a vencra-ble-lookiiig old geutloinaa, whose auqiiaiutuuoe we had previously nurde, and who had promised to shew us Uia farm when next we honored him with a visit. We provided ourselves with sundry bottles of Teuedo.^ wine, one of cogniac, some kid pies, reindeer^tongues, &c., and we took our guns and servants, inteuding to bivouac uuder the shade of the tall trees during the beat of the day. We shot a fine hare, several head of game, and a brown bird very much resembling a bird of paradise, here called a “poo poo,” which waa kloflM oil our return to our ship. But shoot-Ingls thirsty work, and we looked in valu lor a stream of water tu cool our wine in : so we thought it our best plan to proceed st once to the pacha’s castle, and ask for a jar ot water— the exigency of the case being a fair excuse for breaking the monday repose of the inbabitants. On arriviog there, we knocked and shouted very unceremoniously, oonsidering it was the cas< le-gate of one of the nobles of the laud ; but Englishmen do strange things in strange countries. At length the pacha himsklf answered our summons. Instead of the rich and picturesque vestments in which we had formerly seen him, he now descended in a moming-dress ot white liuen, and demanded in a surly tone the cause of our iutrusion. It was evident that he did not at first recognise me in my shootiug-jaoket and broad-bnmmud sombrero, but he recovered his composure on being reminded of our former visit, bis own hospitality, aqd the portrait we bad sketched of himself and hid pretty little daughter Fatima Ue then disappeared, and, to our great surprise, returned speedily in fulloc>stume—a gorgeous silkdress, with scarlet aa&h, a splendid diamond ling «!«. Going through the ceremonies of a court-teoua reception, he invited us to go in and see the *caatlilio.’ In we weut, accordingly, and all over it he took us. No sign of life was in it at all. He took ua in one room mil of magniticoQt Turkish saddlery, and then into auotbor in which he kept bis arms. There were some beautiful Turkish solmitars, in ulver scabbards, with such raBor-llke blades tbat 1 felt aa if my head waa off while looking at them. There were aleo some pistols of rich and curious workman^ip, and Mfore the doors, of each room, huujr a Terse-of the Koran. We ascended by adark'^ud narrow stairoaae to the top of the oastle, which eommauded a fine view of the Dardanelles, and the forts of Sestosand Abydos, so famous in cíaselo story. Upon exammation, we saw that we were In a stronghold, á sort ot Blue Beard’s caslle, which idea was rather increased by the report of one of the servants who had been seut down the trap-door to diaw water out of the well, which was in the centre of the building—that’itsmelt as it half a dozen dead bodies were down there !’ And there was,, a strange, distrustful lone about the whole place. There were iron doors to some of the rooms, into which our host did not introduce us, and these, we concluded, were the doors of the harem. The entrance-door was in the oen-ire of the building, some twenty Ibet from the ground, and the only way to reach it was by passing overa narrow bridge. When thiawM cttt off, the place was inaeceMible, far all the windows were smalt, and iron bars crossed them In every direction. j. Uátlng obtained a sopply of water and a Ves-m1 for oAoling our wine, we proposed adjour* niog to the fields to djacuss our pcoyisiona. We asked our friead the pacha to aecempany us, aad be promised to oin us, as soon as we had fhttahed ouT meal. Coder the shade of a broad spreading oak-trta, we arranged our feast, Ahe hroad-bags in which we had brought it serv» iog for the table cloth.' As we were reoUaiag iqiua > the grass, tli» pimhaQ two wfrts, ciofMdy ^veiled, and his two ahildren, passed before «a, attoaded by saveral black 8UvefkJa.k.AQr!Li;X. tifittir to procession. Thcj were cither .f<4d£ ^ 05 rA-«ámíng from the bath.- Shortly Ai&r, we saw tha old pacha biai|eir, with bis sou, a fine boy of about eight years of age, his little daughter FAtlma on a dunkoy, aad a rettnue of blackios, orossing the fields and coning towards as. He joined oar little party, mml hat cross-loggod by my side with th* litUo-Fátiina aad his son, Fatima was a lovely creature ; she was Bot in the least shy ; she only smiled and looked inquiringly at me with her large fawn-like eyos wheiti ttxJt hcrJUUe hand in mine Aa examine the eolonring of henna, with which, aooordiBg to the custom of ¿¿r fioQfitiy, her ttn gers were deeply stained. Hw oyohrowe were made to meet with Bomethiog that fiad rerr Biach tha appearance of burned cork,' She hsa. heoo decorated for the occasion with a turban, 1b addition to her nsual costume. Tfie lit^ boy was clad in richly embroidered silk i «ad. altogotber, 1 think we must have formed a very picturcsqoe group, with our background of peak-ltke trees and woodland elopea We offered wine to our gnesL which he smelt, and then, shaking his head, said, with evident disgust: “Sessatemi, signori, tbo Frep^t ha« ileq^ it; the Mna-ulmao 'may not tás^of the uioe ol the grape.” Bot when we iofliM'ed him brandy, his eyes sparkled, and be tossed off aifout half a tumbler of it rkW. although we recommended water .wjthjt; gxd. (hen ha took leasthsr^ Bad then anotHer And another pull at "the sama geaeroae Uq^r, until he ended t>y -a li ‘    - finishiug thA'bottle—a mat be hadaooompiishtd a fem> to that fidag r asdXMtToffriohteaiagthemkyenwkor*. LBtthe a Ittds sztc% palas jirhiR l&ry walk oat, i there wlU te Uufe dkfager ffonl Iht ^strks. T. M. Micklag Might amd l,ait. k: Not onshiBg to briag th* eoa> the “Eoqoirer aad Mr. Motlltor Into but hellevs that all political hoekster* iSLi» . elUár and held to itebt, let It appcer e*oe 0* 'MsaoÉief^ hod, aadso^nae 17th, a ÜvHfidi brteooBCCS Mr. tttofeen r and proprietor of the “VolluKBlAtt,* a GerMtaaaper, wiaek I* the only GvruMn Bepubli* oaa paperfthBt rsoreseate th* ssaee of oor Germane la Ikiieeimty. I believ*; wbetoas there are German ea||g^l^^ÍMjii^eig|ráa*at «ay thiak in the sh»pe to It appear* of tbs . fee "BogoW” OMa hsv* DOtbiog to SSVJ- 11%», s£ iir% ptoM te^bMfe dowBtheloio Mioait mbe, which a»«a*d*#ss. Aaotber efaorge Is, thct be kept np a dsBt organimstioo. Thoe* that have the Oeroaaos have voted sines tbe late A QEBMAif AMJCaiCAN. 'toOMOCClllCATlio.] CrrtsBMs or CtircimrAn: ■srieg Bivlvod In jmer oity some few m< olaes Mb the OM Kgyeieas State from wbeoco heppyte^Ue that meayef yon also halL Uhas mygeod year ami Jtotseehid months I ■y dead nteasni* to heoo aoea wery msoy marks of ambHtoa. But the mcAl StHl^ mark, 1 have th* esaaaMmteomnt esercises t to yotw society Did act every article of compoettiou, which they rood wlthia oor bearing, cry out in tones luudar thau thoDder, that a stsoeg man is at Um hand of that In. rittutioa, iM yho loaU tbs dwpest iotarsst in Bow tnp^^feMrv^    retorne    of    gratL lads, which wotojm sImpioaUy szptoased in tbeval-sdictory address, whkk aU praseni oonfew to have been aubilme. sr¡ssüL¿iLi‘S‘.Sr„^ riv* AC^ t Gfdiin^tiyaaeiath.iafii. before be bad been croos-legged an hour and a half Of course he became very “royal” and ▼ery nmusiog. in a short time, the stntelinees of the old Turk bad quite departed. He sang Bad danced ; slapped me repeatedly on the Umb, which be made to sound aguin, and wnioh oeomed a favorito amuaement with him : then, all at onoa, makiog a dash at me, he would haoo bestowed oa me a moat affectionate kiss, had I not cried oat for help, exclaiming: “Take him off Í take him off I” upon which he turned his polite attention to another of our party, who, however, pulled tbe old pacha’s beard so bard, that he at length des'tated. The old Tmfi fiad been a soldier in his youth ; and militarT glory, “the ruling passion strong in grog,” returning on him, he seized a loaded gun which lay bsaide us, and began to figure away with it. But when be came to say ‘Fresent,’ I made a rub aad dispossessed it of its cap, and then 1 did not care, bat ‘fell in’ with him, with my stick shouldered; and we marched up and down together. Calling out our different wor4s of commaod, to the great amusement of our friends. SundBy Kending. The Pat<-li Rehf.ned Church ia the United States naiubers a'xmt :I40 cliurches aud 40,000 members. The Christian luquirer »ayn that the Unitarian sot cieties in Enghmd axo «ulfering at this time for wano of ministers, s*una thirty being needed at once to Bopply all tne parishes. The French Mit-aioasries at Nonhahlva. the moat important isle of the .Marqaeaaa, have laid tbe corner stoQS of their first chorch; many of the people, ircloding the King, bad embraced the Komau Catholic faltli. Rev. Dp. Perkins, of Oroomiah, Persia, states that he has ter’s Baints' other work-s. A'revival of religion tbe aemioari^ at Oroomiah. Notwitl\sUtuding all discouragements and reverses. the Roman Catholic Chhrch in Chin.i is Said to ooDtem no less than 315,000 native Christians, 84 European Mimionarien, 1.35 Chliieae Priests, 14 Colleges, and 330 Charcbe*. HIstor* of Charity have been sent to complete the missina. The receipts of the British and Foreign Bible S01 ciety, during the past year, amounted to the magnificent sum of £126,(M>5, which was HomefX8,325 more than any previous year. The issues at the Society were 1^67,528 copies; the total issues amount to nearly twenty eight million copies of Bibles and 'Testaments. Tbe visible results of the Baptist Barman mission for the forty years since its establishment, show 10,-000 profexsed Cbristiaos; and the Chrietian nopnla-tioD, that is, those who have cgat off heathenism, amounts to some 73,000. If this be not a satisfee-tory triumph of missionary effort, we know not what to call that name. Rev. Messrs. Fletcher and Poore, Independent Ministers, who are about quitting Manchester, England, in order to arrange and ssperinteod the missions in Sonth Anstralia, intend to carry with them an iron chapel fitted with every aoconmodatirm for worship, as well as several honaas. Tbe chapel will oost £1,000. From the reoevt “Commemorative Discourse’ preached by Dr. Bushnell, It would appear that the Chnrch to which he ministers has fully sustained him in his stroggle against the ecclesiastical action of different reiigtoas bodies: and, that bavlng witbdrawn irora tbe “Consociation,’ it now occnpies the position of an independent Charóh. Hia congreganon has never been so large as it Is at preaenL There are now snpported by tbo Protestant Missionary SocietUs of Great Britain and the United States: In North America, exclusive of tbe domeetic field, 147; in South Amcrioa and West Indies, 307; in Africa, 229;. Western Asia, 41; Bormahaad Siam, 40; India and Céylon, 409: ChÍDa, 69; Sooth Sea Islands, 120; among the Jews, 54; Total« 1AS2. Eastdes these, there are empU^ed, 191 aariataots, and 2,028 native assistants. Of tlw munáaoaríes, 375 are from the UaKed States, and «79 frqm Great Britain. The ichabitenfo of Thibet have an iiigenfous Instrument called tha prayer-oyliador, by which to carry on their devotions. Tbe body of tbe inetru-meut is a metal cylinder, tbe axis of whicb is prolonged so aa to form.a bsndle, Thiseyliader is ailed with rolls of .printed pra^Bn and citarou, which revolve as tbs in.’^tnumeat is turned around. Ae every revolution of a prayer fe etiaivalent to its eecitatian tbi« may be oonsiderad a couvenient means ef anlSi-plying the number of a man’s prayers^ The English Society for Iri^Chnrch Missions ia~ ceived, last year, contribatiUwH ~ to thF amduht trf £37,182. Tbe rep-irt ofrite eperatioaé statee that large'ProteRant congregaRoos have been fonned ih localities, the popnlatkm af which, a few years ago, was entirely Catholic. New churches have also been consecrated... tiog theret4). He professes aliaitce with no religion aud yet observes a code of scrupulous morality. “His bcR costume m extremely antiquated, parts of it having Ijeen in use probably twenty years, and aH together, if put up at auction, would not command tea dimes The casual observer would suppose him a p«K>r mendicant, and feel inclined to extend the band of charity, yet be is surmised to be comfortable in the world’s lore, and proves himself enviably rich ia all that appertains to a refined and highly cultivated intelleoL His name I do not feel at liberty to mention at presenL I have given you fclm outlines of a reality, which, up to this period, has probably never been thought of beyond the routine of life. The ‘Learned Blacksmith,’ John McDonough, Peter tbe Hermit, and Btepben Girard were not more peculiar than the hero of this brief epistle. “Within tlie past year he has mastered the arts of stenography and phonography, and reads and writes them with ease.” CITY TRADE. The congngatioB of aativos in Beinit, Syria, tre of the missionaries, have sent oosrthon- der the «are < sand piastreote aid in famishing one miMidb copies of the New Tebtement for the Ulunese. Tbe ohnrcb at HaebeiJ» ha* oontoiboted eewso liondred piastres to tbe astqe object, besides supporting the poor, and defraying other expenses. One ef the Mission teachers at tbe Friends Shawnee MIsnon, in Kansas, write» that there is now in that territoiy an extensive Missionary estahliabmeot noder the du^tion of the MétbodUt Church Sooth» at which slaves have been kspt for a loog thae. The Misaioaaries sought to intcodoce slaveiy ai^ the Gespel ef Christ—h»h* aad antidote—at the time. Bkihnp Ki of -CAliforaia, is calliof earnestly for biiA in hi» new UitMtooe. * He asks tbat mrac clergy shall beoapported froaa the Bast only fbr a year, as after that time tho parlsbes rrfil not only bp selfeappastlBg, hotbe abfe to pay back what * they have received from tbeic geoerooa friends at a dlstanc*. Tbe l^ethodist olergyof Bdeton aad vicinity have pAgU^ OBsolutions expressiMe of their “ hearty and omteu ffaanka to tbe hkwyera who defended the fu^ gitive Bnmo» and also to‘Senator Samnsr, for liia manly and earnest protest against the iafrmous Nebraska bill, and for his «fate and eluqoent defeUCe of tbe clergy of New EngianA” Sqpvt thirty years sgo there was not a single na-tivr6hrlstian in tbe island of Javs: now there ore wwards of a th'Hisand. In India, ai»o. tbe cause of Cnristian missioos Is making rapid neadwi^. A v^ei^ missiooary there says: “ Temples are falling foto rQn», and Brahmins ore siuklng into poverty. ItyilgeQpus seheelüare ifprfsgfBg up In all directions. I nave found the Soriptnres disMbuted by me last year daily rehd fa the schools. Women have thrown aside Ihejr fear, and In^ored books for men. chHdren and graodchlidren. I have preached on tbo platfonu of‘temples, and J^ug>;ernaut’s car hsM been my place toe the distribntion of the Scriptarcs.” Boston is a g^ly city,.bot It has its dark and desolate spots'.lf we may judge from what iarefxgted of It by acme of its mfonooAry Fathers. At a recent meeting of the City Misafonary Society, one of the misHionarles mentioned a visit ^id to an attie occupied by** family who were hardly decently covered with rags even. When tbe mother of the family waa asked if she liuj u Bible, she replied iu tbe amrma- -Well,“ replied the haJf-olad man that 1 didn’t bbfieve it w bibte. y- .u woman,“I told my old was Just toe right kind of ThoOoavenHoa of tbo Frotesteat Bpisooml Chnrch in the Dlocefe ofCoaasctteot. Was held ra Hartford tbs 13th and 141b tnsL There was afuH attoBdenee on the part of baRl Otorgymen and Laymen.* The sermon at tbo cmeolng *f tiM eonveoUoB was preaeb-»dby (he Rev. Dr. Goodwin, Frasident of Trinity College. It «ros aa exesllcut disoourse, ooaceivod in a good spirit, and wrtttea In a elear And forcible style. Bishop Browuell was prevented by the con> seqnences of tbe severe s ecident whicfa be received ■onto time since from attending the- ceuventico B9-Ru«h or CosTOMKM—OREat Kxcitrmkht —W* bar* c«IM In at tbe «plMidiU DacDERRROTTrs Saloor of Mr. J. P. Baxl, tbe celebrated Arttut at No, 28 Konrtb atreat, be tween Mata and Walnut, aereral timen wUbln tbe ]>aat week •nd bave found it at all time« crowded with costomeri, watt, tug to secure apeclmeni of hla work. Tbe trutb U, Mr. Bau never faili to take ciOOD riOTORca. and tbe pnblie. not only In onrown city, but to aU .parU of tbe eouatrr, hare beemue awareof the fact. Por tliis r-a*on, be ba« bestowed oyoa htio a more liberal patronaj;e, perbapa, than any other artUt ta tbe country erer enjoyed. He b richly dererrinf of It, both as an excellent arlUt and an enterprbln» man. We «ball sire, in the Calmmhütn atul Ormat We«< of next week, n flne ensrariiis ef Mr. Bxu.’» masniaeent Knloon, with n detnUad description of it, which will duubtloM be seen whh much Interest by our retders at a dbtance, who have uerer had tbe pleasare of bein» la bta room*. B^Do Too WAMT A Suit or Cu>Taixu?—II ao, onU oa Charuct jBLLErrs, at No. 523 Wcatern Bow. aad be will ho •uro to aatbt; yon. He bfe notUiu» to do with elop olotUac, but always geb op (ood articles, anre to fit. and ehnrtee only a moderate price. PtCTTJRRt or lUK CaiU>RlJi.—Attbis seawa ot tbe ye»r Rre RnxloMC to wocnro 1fken«>«Be« of tbotr Uttlo oaoo.-— Mtm BaUs fet htB B»1<>«n No. 10 Ylftb htrMie hfe« tbo boot kind •rUetliUw for tbe purpose, and derotee a areal deal of sUm' tfoatotakinsJiAORRRRaOTrrRXof rery yonncahUdraa. U* aerer fails to jiet a»»oed likenaw. Oo aad see bim. S9*A1i Itbk for the UuRcar.—Wben you need n mcnl, et any hour eftbe <Uy, ornnytblng wbntarer In tbe way of ratable*,callnt tto MASBACucastra Katixo Hovss, M<Tkird •treet, between Vine nad Walnat. «ppodite tbe CteemhtM OfBce. and yM enn't bUI to be salted. It te the vimem Be (ood eatla», par ejceetleitm. XO-lKREiraR Sales •rCaoraixo.—A tremendous bneineee la tbe Cletldnit line, Im done by tbe Me»r«. Pantos, nt tto Gathie Areade, on Mnin street, between Ponrtb nud Pitlb.— They bare a very ler** assortment of ibeir artlclee, nil cnre- Iblly selected and wall made, and afe sol^rery lew. Bip-T/ui iLLUBTOtous TIeao.—Na|u>Ieou’a bones, wben toaneierrad from the Isle of 8t. Uelrna t« FarU, (raat was tbesnrprtsuofthe indiridoabi present, while tbe oofBn wa* openiaK, to behold undorneaUi tbe lid a box of BvsaiA Salt I, covered eritb rust; It wa« ascertained that tbe lllnstrioni war. rior bad ecntlanally Onnied In hU pocket dnrin» campnlicas and coualltated the great balm which Nspoleoa was said, to bare in bis posseasioa. , He was fa tbs bsbit of rscommsnd' Ing it to his ofllcers, to whicb be stated it was csBsblo Of car Ing burns, sores, wooads, cuts, corns. Sold by Joajr I). Park, cornsr ot Fourth and WalaoL AMUSEMENTS, X^UBBN CITE «^CftBB— ke4 BATUROAV. JUNB XlTU.— a&MAT EPORT TO^PAY-TVV, BACKS. PifSt ttece.—Trottiasi aUle bcav; throe in fire, ia . Proprtoor’e purso. KtarSe.-«. W.DImiek enters s. g. Bill Moore: NeBym* ootooo^ • *K««iSss%»M wesaoraw Be K* xwiaa BBWWeva «tev antera b> B- aafcaosra; W. Psabody shtars b. ». Leri. 9ecopd’Racgwr»Bwseps»kes, far graan boraastgK sat' lAsysepny; owners to drive; mite beats, in hataeea. Batriea.—Jaaiss Porter enters s g.jjl Burns eaters r. m.; J. Scales enters bl *; Cannde, J. R. Warwick entsrs s. m.: J. Meitt*catsr* (paoer) ec. g.;doba TayteeMtors b. g. Ptrst Racs tc corns off at A o’clock.    , Tbe Swpspstake Race willsapst probably be a most amnsiag and intereatlosnffadr. Tbo drivers are nU nmnteerst aad it will be bard to pick tbo winner. la c Jtwaqnmies of so many horses starting In tbe Sweep-staks, the flr<t Raoe wHI tostarted punctually al So*dock. Adtalstdon OUy aeate. InXS    JOHM    L.    CASAADY. Cincinnati BidingSehool SIXTH BTi BBTWBHN MOUMO AMO PABK. BADOOH & FREY WOULO reapectAMIy iaform ibe ladim aad rsntlsaesa ef Ciaetanatl Uutt m«irnew and extensive aeaool cOatfa-aas apea Mr tba» dsBrons of reoatvln* lashmetlan la ridiap, nbbMdi ■ with ssrevd, laaoa aad pistol exsretae. Hoarafor    frjHa    6    to 8 o'eleak, A. M., aad'Bens Honrs tor Ladtos* Mm 8 ta IX o’clock- A. M.. and firaka 1 to Ao’etoali.P. M. Bfr- UsaitleLJM aat adatiuad dniing the boars apprsotfatod to L^es. A fárú of add ret,* Is r'eqkéeUd previons to ootnmeaelng, dig- Baddt* barsae to let. Horse* kept on livery aad raaed.    mvS-lv MlLltlNEKYi B O N NT E T S —AND— ^ RIBBONS BELOV COST, MRS. RICH, KW||PII«« UBR JEXTILUMVK tfTOHK aad H0OW M7 Boom. too small (ur tha oouvealenee of bor ^n Thousand Cnstomers; And that ,tbe rnpid Inoi LArOKB premVes.' other RCaiNRSB DRMAMDd much; Slie WiU S«ll From thte Date Her large sad viwied Mock, Below the First Cost, Preparatory to making sacb AETXKATiOKa Md Aaorrisas to bar itooaa. as tba AocoMMoeATios mt tba pnbUo re«a)rsB. Lsdlm will fiad tbe assortment of Cre But the 8UQ begah to get low<|n tbe fiky, mud little Fatim» grew tired «ud eñed -to go no*ef •o I took bold of oue of tiw pBcbi’aiBTfofi» mJ friend o^iBod the otber.j Bud4)«t«vo¿B «o wo «Imoet carried tbo’^old rufllan    walk be could DoL Uo would bavo inilleted ou me «nother drtmkeu ki», but being a little mao, 1 WM eaoiljr able to wuxd oft bU polite iaten-itons in that way. Arrived Bt the castle-gate, he ehoated loudly, and out cmdo slaves, black and wbifo, and children too, and much they marvelled to see tbe old Turic drag lis xdl after bim into tbe old den agaia—Turcoaiaas being very teuacloux ot admlUlog Gíboutb under the IBQ» root with their wivex Tbe Giaoare were wloked enough to wish to cee tbe said wives, and presently, while tbe pacba wax grinding away oa tbe staira upon a brokeu-winded old haod-hrgau of singular couBtraetion, with an attempt at a 80Rg,,twu very pretty beads siere thrust out st tbeJrou door we bad before oo-tioed. Very young and very beautifu! werií*%Ét*y, but they quickly disappeared ; aud wheq tbq Toongeat and most inieñotingtH Our partyoffiih boY'hko CHrloaity,tciscPte peep through tho kev holo. In order to get another ¿tmpse of the fsar Iniaatos'of tbe iron-doored cniamber, tko Utile Maooalnuui, who, as 1 s»id before, was a fine boy of about eight years old, ptaood biABeiii befoMi it, and shook his fist most vehemently ; uor would he move away from tbo place bo had takew upon himself to protect. As Mrs. Blue Beard and Sister Anue appemred no more, and their drunken lord did nul aeem inclined to lu-ttoduoe us to tbe ladies, we at Ungth beat o«r retrsat ámlds his repeated shouts of **Bravo ! braTot Inglesi; bravo 1 Ivavo 1” The end of man’s life is glory. The end of woman's life is about two-and-tbirty. Commend us for a aoftoble slg^t, to a cheerful old gentlemaa. A spar in tiie head worth two in the heel. lace, OS presMinir offioer, ww taken by AasletenI ilSfiop-VilIiaou. Tbe Rev. Mr. WiU^, voBtemjOa-tlBg* a KBuotval IroBi tbe diocese, deeuaed a re-eleo-ttoti to tb^ ofHoe of Secretary, and the Rev. T. M. Chnrft. P.jD.of Hartford, waa chosen to snpply his pisca. Sad Dr-P. a. Jewett of New Haven, wtoa ap-poiaied^MsleSleS jtooretery. Tbe Rev. Drs. Mead, Hallara,Xl. Clark,- T. M. Cittrke, and Rev. T. C. Pitkin wer* sstocted tbe dtBBffing Oummitt^ for the ensuing ^sr.    •' A Singalar Personage. “Rhcderick,” tbe Baltimore uorrespondent of the WushiugtuD Star, gives the foUowiug aouount of a very singular persouage : “There reoidea in Boltiotnre county, not far from uar city, a very singular aud extraordinary personage, who thus far bos passed tbrougb life unobtrusively. Bis history yet remains to be written, and few, if any, iberc is that could do it justice. He bos tivsd the life almost of a hermit, seldom appearing oQteide tbe walls of bis hermitage, except when ape-olsl occsaiua require There is a markea sfogolanty in bis dress, 'general oppMrance aad manner. Though upon the turning point of fifty, he bod remained a bachelor. Humble in hia profession—being simply a repairer of cloclu—be ia proud, and looks down u|K>n those of high rook and wenJtb with a do* MS of oontempL He is lord ot his own oastle, and mbabits it solus—has no friends, oo oorapank>as«URd wonts none. He eschews women, conslMrfog them a useieas expenae, and a aoofpe of moltitarioaa vexa* tion. Wealth, to bis pbiioso|>ey, is an absorblog evil, aad money In any lihape, egcept so for a» it coa> tribntss to bigser enjoyraeata, aaere droso. “Tbis singtiiaz person has sxisted fo tbs some hot same locality, for many years, god stiU his oeorest neighbors know him not. He spends only so much of bis time at physical labor (mending clocks) as will J living, and obtain other re- prOOure a plain, scanty quisites to mental enjoymeiit. He TiHlts Baltimore about twelve (Itbes a year, on Tout, and then so arranging jn point of time, tbat Ifis entrance aad exit are numb in the ui^t« Ifis passion is books and miotai uulUire. I^ugh fo seeming poverty, be bos a well aeleut^ library of several handred vcdumes, eontoining aTT the classics, berides otber works. His visits to Baltimore are generally of a literary character, always taking home books of a rare quality. “To see Idm, the beholder would suppose be belonged to tbe ignorant, unlettered division of human nature.- In this, however, the few who were fortunate enough to form bis acqoaintance, found tbem-< selves mistaken. Contrary to all expectations, he proved ascholar of superior tiuiab, versed in the classics thorongbly, and master of Latin, Gredt, French,German, Italiao,Spanish, Hebrew, and many other longaagea, all acquired witboat a iutcr. He isAlsa ioaailiar with tne various sciences, occom-plLhed in manner, address, &o. He converses free- BoadsaJ otbsr XfOtocy Swosrr ffisoorto. Superior to «ay oUtxr ia ClneintoU, aad at LCSt THAN HALF PfllCC. 5000 Soft Straw and Braid BONNETS; 9000 Pieces Bonnet, Cap, and Fancy TRIMMING RIBBONS, Prom H to 90 eents par jsrd. ristj of To»etber with a sreat va- FRBRCB[ FDOWBRS, At eqnsHy low prfcM, to wUeh tea sMoatloa of tto pabilo to respaetlaUy larltoA jnlS MBS. B. M. RICH. X04 PlAb. botwssn Bim and Plm su. WAR CONTINUED. DICKSON HAS CLOSED THE SPRING CAMPAIGN, Having had the pleasure of suiting over 30,000 . Lady Patroas la their Boaneis aai Bibboos. MB UA8 JVSr RSTCRiTMIf FROM THR FAST WFTB A FBJtSM KELN'FOR CKMEJSTT, Koibracfjto over . ONE THOUSAND Cases of Bonnets, OP EVERY STYLE AMD QUALITY, AND A MA&NIFICBWT STOCK OP RIBBONS. AM totter than alL owiiic ta tbs backwaed state of Irsdo aod Fioaoce* in tho Sastern oltiM, la ba* boosht bl* present stock at at»oat    ^ ly, flaently, and sensibly, upon tbe most absfrose and eoapTlcoted sobfocta; is well posted in politics, story of the past and curreol sveota H« deiigbts p*itlcc!ariy1& snentol and knows tbe hist occantelj. literature,andposseans > ftmd of fofomuition xelh- HAhr p: ‘ His effort has always bean to takeaivaotarsof themarketa; tklstlme fiehaabeen PRB-RMIKENVLYsaecessfVU.ansbliBC brtan to serv* bU ou«tomsrs with th* best of goods, and at COMPETITION. HR RKQUESTS 4*ABT1UULAK MOTICB TO OVFB Three TkAimand ENGLISH SOFT STRAWS, And a toleodid Stock of Rtob RIBBONS. Depmid upon it, La«tos, tbat to oaa anti rrtll offs* yon tto INDUCBMSNTS. AI(D DOR'T you PURCBASJB BBFOKM LOOKIMm _    TMSOV&b    MIS STOCK. Wbolosals siutomw* p'.sass make thsir calls early la tbs mornins, me wm Or* so crowded duriD* tee day, tbat wo can not wait on tbom as wa wieh to do. HUaH DICKSON. mrXIc. 149 raih Mtrrct, BRTWRKN RaOBAND B1.M. LAiattUA XURaOca>.—a* UMMHt extra SlM CtooiMtt Ida Tobacoo, Oargs and em^t Ip    No.    13    Pnblto    Laadla Rf BBLM jmfiUH HKMM Mo. IX rabUe Laadfec. THE BOOK TRADE, Benton’s .Great Work! thirty YEARS’ VIEW: OK A HISTORY OF THE WOKKiNii» american‘^g’SVernment FOK THIRTF ITEAllS! FROM 1820 TO I860! CQIRPLY TAKBK FROM THR OOYGBR^ PRBATK8 thff Priwe Pape- s of O^n. Jackfton, aad ike S?j>eechfui of Kx-Senator Bsoton, with his actual new of Men and Affairs; rrlth HUtorical Notes and Illuttratloas. and some notices of aminent dscsasod cotemporarie*; Ky a Senator of Thirty Year*. Volumo I. Price 02,50. The dasirs to own this cmtousand totsntoly hitsrestlng vo^ hme mar now be gratified by csllioe at «hé Fourth Book Store of MOORK. ANDRBSOK, WII^SYAOH A KBY8, t jn23    23    West    Fourth Street WIIOLKSALR 8TATIONKRV WARKIIOUSK K«- ORR8 * CO , Ho. 12f : Walnut, between Sd and 4th, deal exclastvsly in Paper and Statiourry.at a hoJesale, import their foreign goods dfrset irem Kurcqie, and sell at Eastern Jobbing Pricee.      JnW PORT HOMNAIK3. GULU PitNS, Ac. A verv fine a*-Bortment far sate by    KOOKBB jn2t    '_No.    127    Walnut. TO BAMKKRS AND MKRCH.4.NT8 wo wonld recom-meud oar larga stock of GoonUng House Stationery— which wo sell by the packag,*, at wholesale price*. fiOQERS A COe Jn22    No.    127    Walniit. Extra ADHBSlVKgMVClLAUH.—A new Hitlrle. neat iy put up in bottiea. of convenient abspe and kite, and expreesly prepsrcd for olBee uae. In «oaHng letter* andmatls-ble pscksgM. Jn«t received from tbe manufacturer*, and for hUb bT MOORE, ANDERSON ‘.WILSTACII A KEYS. jol7     28    west    Fourth    atreet. Paper. sTATfONERY, blank books, copyiko PB ESSES, Ao. . ~ C. p. BRADLEY A CO.. No. 147 Main etrset, fnv. • ihe art-tcotloa of all Wbaate iu want of any of tbe abovear.icles.to their large stoek of Foieign and Doineatie Stationery and every ether articlo sold, by the trade, which, in qoaliiy, prtoe aad ssaortmeat. cannot be enrpassed.    ___ BLANK BOOKS—AM Stoo*. patterns and style* of Wnd»n:^ for msrebaats, banks, offices, courts, clerk*, and the Westerr and Southern trade. PAPERS—Writing, Drawing, Wrapping. Ac., of all kinds. COPVINO PRII8*E»—Beto variety ever offered. ______________ -    variety MANIFOLD WBITERS—Writes Iptter and copy at same tifliSe ENVEI.OPES—For lettets. oards. Ac., plain and fancy. TRACING PAPEB—Forarti*t».onjritieeni. Ac. CARDS—Ptoying, btoak, vuitlsjrjvorv snritoA c. fTbkADLKY a CO.. MaBufacturlDg RtatioBeTE, l4TMats St.. west side, mIow Fonrth. JnX2 to KNOINBKRS. RAILROAD CONTRACTORS, «-0 We Invita attention to our style ef .Monthly and Weekly Time-books, made of good paper, neatly mtfei; find with n1 bsadings, fiexible leather bindinp, prtatted bsadings, fiexible leather' bindinp, Ac Kor «ale. wbolasal* end retail, by    C.    F. BB4.DLBY d- CO. InXX    ifinltoaer*’    Warebonse. 147 Mat* tt. TO BANKtaS,—A VBBYSCPBRlOK ARTIttwli.OF SeaBng Wax, Just received and for sale by O. F.BBADLfcYAL’fAv: JV in22..    Bank    and    Insnrancs Stattoners. 147 Main kt. ----------- —- irgpf TBAKCUiiKNT.—ALL THE slltte (foCTA'LtiY r Tor'sal* in tbU oiarket oan be procured M the Budtonerk’ waretUMUM of    OrF. BRAITLET A CO., Jf«2 447 Ma^treto s TATIOMERS’ H ARUWaBK—Such as Hit -Head G*»e. Pent OOee and Deliverx Boxsa, Dafia Calendars, Ae., «• hand Mid for sale by    C.    F. BR ADLKY A CO., Jotr ■ Whol^lg yad Befen ^tioncrs. 147 Main sL 1^|£iV BÓOfiM—Bscond tories of' Perñ~ Lmves from W rmixy’* Port FoHo; This, That ato Xbwpihor, by KI-toa LotMea Chandler; History ot the Trotaefsbt Church in BangaryfrMptlie togipnbMtaf tee KfJtmsUoata.lSNlby the Bar. J. Craig. D. 0. Heroes bad Marty» ef tto Measte MisMooary Enterprise; a reeard bftheir live* and labors. A few copies only left gf ibis valismo and InteresueK Work, wtoclf kbootd to bad by every istoiid of the “Missionary Enterprise’’ ^Foi*^ at leiWain atraet.AeL rtorth and Pmh. by JuneTf    ,     A.    WATSO SPXtUÍC» 6a NOT SF IS THEQTfESTlOi! HED.‘ Mi ONE VOLUMB, ELEGANTLY 1LLU8TBATED. . a THD RAPPERS, ,    .    os    TH*    .    r    t- MYBTEBIES; FAELA-tJIBS AND AlSUBDlTIES . .-rtp . i    '    •    —li SPIRIT EAPPINGr TÁVLB TIPPING, AND BN- Bt a SxxacHKR ArfsR Taora. i>rto4Hmi»te.r4««(>ta _Jk«ei^«i cents. This work l* a atriklng axtiosttion of the so-catled ’Modern «pi ntoUtoto.'lb *n ItbXsnto, teosa •rapplog'tm th ’elevated eoUpncements.’ D is the most opportune work that ha*<ym offpmftrtol oa tto saS^t. Yto author gitos a gtopfale aasaantai bis visita to many private and piiblio ‘spirit cir-. cSa^^d.^togb thhto hutnorons iu hU deseripfieuk, he toports wite gsfto miautonass and fidelity ^ t^ be saw and beard, giringHUniny every word alleged to have-beetr MM Vto. Uppto t>T uttered by sptoto. tod Itoviag staurdltira aodtkxntraoictions to appear on the tace of tlie alleged mani-feeutleesttomaelven. Tto ^Bi*et*oabtetoe*“ WUebflvaft. tod Modern Spiritualism, is clearly shown and a history af anctoto ’rapOtes' giy». The author also brings, with wreat fiara* of argument, both seience angphllosophy to devel^ ih* fallacy of the whato of thoto hUb¿^ pirit nttoj ftotetioMt ato placas in striking eomrakt ihe kubltiue reli-gttoof Christ, ato tto law and pernicious raligion of rappers It is a took, in fast, ivbteh cannot fail to command tba appro-badou of an who aceopposed to evil delwoM. Trade aapplied,    H-    B. Jal» 17 East Pourth street T ONDON NBWS AfiD VVttCp, ri Jnto^.^plotoid jLfi dankla numbers.wontofoing stogapi fihia^fank ^ the fieeabetment Odessa, Sebastopol and ite roriiflcations, *9tae5hrto tlil* day a^Eisst ifonifo street. jS»    -    *    *^    fr.    B.    PEARSOiy    .A    OO, Et’aSh «AC» gjU«.,b.W— “Áttotoiwhwtok, ,B*x*toa>hop« W ^ sort it. and «BaWha taaehinr?’    [Herald    oTFreedofu. ■Jlbatevaria# to *^ a»^ mpd^f ^gsj^g dtevtora rnr cootnendhdin tbfa book, it must be,tokndwl^ged teat tto adrito Is velattad ta pssrvanUoa af dissasea is Wglhy Jud»-7 -»--»    .    ,    .    [Boston jaurmsl. While tto eéiaacá adfrbnsa^thy Tiah aseadiy-iaereaaed to lnflutoCe.it has won t^v «iP^hU favor ,p( mothers—not all. —whoffwmnxioai to_ tefor» KSr/iwhn* tea (diractions samuaa indUpmitobie that we wmi-dertotetitoy bato btou fortwuief to long, a work of this kind has k>uglMto«N»atad.r    ,    [Du«|^s    Kxprtob. AM offuneai f^o* tto sopxp w. We tea nndaraig^^ aatl.'tü^ngéxaáilnad recommend U iftFfiT» ■IffilBBUXl míVto^^araa» axswi \j    «yawaua». hittaaptosent wera, une    ... ...= treat*nantofdiimto,tto valaeottotesaf wpicb we have aL caadyaa(i*faciorily tested.' ^KntoU. Jani 1,185*. r - . _    • Tb 1io!wiiHK*iLL. k. D.. T^B. Eaicfttok. W. D Wa.Srsnw.M.D..    Jatoa Gaswww, M. J),. A. W«»Ftx. M. D.. _    • A. BAinis,». if. RKCSXTX.r nrOLISHKir. Da.FULTE’S DOMESTIC PJIYSICIAN, Sixteenth thou sand. 1 vol_, IXmo., SI AO,a Dr. eCLT¿’d WOMAN^ MBDICAL GUIDE. Second tb IvoI-.lXma. SI. f COLUMBIAN' IN!lnBA]fI sIOB PKUVmiVC} Our stock of PAPEK A>D OARI^ selaeted wltb^ytot care, is complete, and com»rt*tng a variad assortasaat flnent qnalitMB. THS POMTIIV4A DJtJPABTMICNT. of thik oSice Is interiorto uene la tto city, aa|oo»p«i*** a fall assortment of tbe Oneat and latest «paeimena <if tee large plain and ornaaisiital WOOD TYPE aaaanfBCtarad. TtocOtee ia therefore prepared to print" EVERY DESCRIPTION OF POSTINfi BILLS nclnding CIBCÜ8, OONCEBT, MENAGBBIE, STEAMBOAT, AUCTION BILLS, BILLS POE (X)UNTEY MERCHANTS, fee.. at tee shortest notice, and on the most reaaooabi*terms. Jfi^PsrUettlarattenflongivea te tbe exeeutiott of BA11<' RUAO printing of every kind.    _ Havii^ in use tto latest improved STEAM MACHINE PRBSSR8, we are enabled to fill tee largestorden at tbasbas-test notice, with an asauranee tbat tbe execntion will to, both In style and price, satbfaetory te hll who may ba dfapoeefi to patróuise tee COLUMBIAN JOB PBINTINO OFFICE. B CAIU»8,,arranj«dvrlte taste, a¿4 ^ New Ourd Machine. Tto beat Jat Black and coler- printed ed Inkssre usad and warraated nat to fuh off—frsu «AWte «g.ue per Tboukand. Call and sea Spacimar-s at tba DAILY COLUMBIAN, SteMst Card ato Job Oflfee, mylX    New    CalnmMaa    BuUdiag.    3d    siraet. PIANOS AND MUSIC. i RVRRAL 8KUUND 'kaND PÍaNOs^ S af good quality, tor sale at eoat. COlBDKN a FIELD. i«X3    IMMatast. wm Tvrow IS THE TIME to puichase a rate PIANO at tto lowastpaaaibteEFica We a» confident the small advance we aré at[ presant asking atova first eoat, WOl waUa as* to close out ov present stock Jtobra tto 1st ot August, at wbish time we shall teave-our eiff and wetl-kuowU lacaMoa, for new and enlarged pMutiae*. Tbeae who wish first eliote*, V ust call soon, as we shall rafnse no resnonable ofler. COLBURN A raiLD. Jb23    154    Main St. ■DIANOS ON CUM MISSION FOR SALE A liOW.—Two highly teish-d Rosewood ITTTTu Planes bavs ttot been consigned te a* lor sal* from Boston. As the caasignors are desirous ^ to realise tbe cash for ttom jmmedtstely, wa ara autenrited to offer teem at tto same rates at which our awi) *te% is so rapidly sellteg. SMITH B NrXONv etTemporarr Warerooms, Independence Hall, No. 66 8. side-Fourtb eetween Vine and Walnut, vp stairs. SVDDART PIANOS.—We have on hand a very largaéteek < Oeisbrated manufactory, ly of full 7^ and 7 ocii of «tosainoumusaut*is l_ ________________ is needless to speak in thair praise. They combine all te* qualltiet requfafte for a liret rate Pfwno A large sto^of second kaod Pianos for «ala vary law.saaoe ef them very fine onbs. SMITH A NIXfOL Temporary Warerooms, Indepeudencc Hall. No. fifi Ifooctb street, na^rly oppoeite our regular hnsiness^ace. Jd20 A variety Carhart A Needbam’s celebrated Melodeona, lor Parlor aud Church. Secend tond Pinaos, vury low. Sheet Music and Musical Merchandisa. Jdt9 DAVID A.TKUAX, No. 60 wmt Fonrte street. M. BALLHAUKE A CO.. aXOVACXDRKXS. IKPORXXRS AJtelUtAURS IR/ Miisicu Instrinaents» . ISO Wslnut-st, Bate sida, ba¿ 3d and 4 h CINCiNNATX, O. 8^ Aeoordeona and all kittds of Musical Instruments neatly repairad.    }anSl-ly. ffml fTT^ Vlfife BHST «ÍTUC01 or SccoKD-llARn Piaros In the Went. For sale at No, 60 Wesl Fourth street, by D. A. TRUAX. J^ces Very low. atl TUULlB.Y’ti Yltrgrc BOOK.—A eollection'of popuM •B mukie iu ocigioal piaeas. osetiag Sfi, sold fbr ana doUar b ^ A. WATTSON. aMtototoaniafeHHteaeiSiMaHMH BOOTS AND SHOEa The best is the caX^a^íci^!-—Tbt* is • tratsmi ihsRcanaat tetoh>*<4cd, aud wa beliavattotnol one who putroniaes J. H. DETERS', tha Fashionable Boas ttelter, «aa deojr it.- .IfTbetk amaaa«^.«jQ^j|q^^e Israfa - tost material, and employ* none but {he best workmea m ths UHtoWond n^w avary    teaetxkei Ifitest    attoj^B tba new improvements, it stands to reasto that Ca leads 1 Hfi hot aatetos hte «wn^iateMfbte maka toh atea tbd orkTphiladelphla and Boston sty les Af 11 VO of tbe best teaduMc'eries. His sa New York , Of Paasp-solad Bóata.NnAphite delpbia Sonnner Boots, Patent Leathe iCT Boots and SboM, Slippers; AC..ÁC., should basxaminsO by aveighotfr wfiw wsana good tsark, at a fair trice. U<s term* being CASH.enabI» hlmtOfcelTa -    --    ----- > fcellHt rsasdnahMptite*. Aidli aad sea, at }nl7 J rW(» Ftttt AfiJU.-d J. H. deters, Na-'ISt - * ' atteaiito Qt t he citiaein and stfaiigm |!n eity^ dan fnspectiai of .my steak, onutteMadC tesért 4JSJIMQMCAX.F SKIMBOOTB^mmá. pag| toSSfid, and pnmp-koled, of five different makes—all the most populadla tbeUniott. PATRMT ZÉATBKR BOOTS, afatoritosSylA PATIt/ifr USATBKM AJfO CAJiF-SS^. WALK IMS SUOBS. LOW 8M0BS, in all variatiea. OBMTS AMD LADIBS WALKtMG SLIPFÉRÉ, Jnfi-o.    ~J.    U.    DRTBBS,    No.    131    Mate    s« B V. SIiIKRR'S dot and shoe store, 41» and BS Law. er Market between Sycamore aad Broda- wky«(noetuBaM.Obte. KEBPSTHBBBSTafl______ Missess Boy’s and Cuildren’s Boots aud ' Shoea of hia own nutk-, and also filroaa PhilaBsiphda aad BaaOas, ef aUaataa and kUes, nowhere to to beaten, east or west, af wbotp • sale and retaD. Work wairinted. Aiae, PsaiKh Ds. OROfERlfr’S MANUAL OP OBSTBRICS. Secemd teoarand. 1 vol.J2mq.7B.etot».    .    , Dr. BAPOU ON IVPHOlDFBVBR. 1 vol. lamo,. 60 cents. MOORK. ANDSRSON, WILSTAGH A KEYS. as West Fourth street. Wholesale and ReteUdealen In Medical and Miacellenraus Books.    toa» jAoaa AmadATK. aaavai. ruoKxxaxR. TA. B. rowRsroxn i,M>tol R. RTAB. APPLEGATE A CO. Bo^nwllen. PubU^ers Stationers, 49 Mala atreet, CIneiBiiatl. ^    . W* hava, in aOdtttoa ta aar a^ waliidbls puMleat^s, a larii« stock' ai tto most desirabla beoksvabli*be¿ OurSctooj stock smbraceRBll books af merit Usad fat the Wes». PAGEJI BLANV'MfOOMTR. Mannfikdturad of tto bast Dingp . Rapto, te any style 4***zed AUordtoS-promptly sxecuted. The Traffe suppmd on the most litoral terms.    octl* S’»» FANCY GOODS. MstwRfc' and Odd Fellows FURNISHOrfe STORE. WAI. A.DDW, «ath atreet. Bacoa’u BoUding- Constantly ou bknd Mssónlo and odd Fri lows’ Regalia of every description. Also, i very extensive assortment of Fancy Goods, such as Port Monias, Tt^» of allkinds, CBrd Casss, Geld and Silver Trimmings, Stars, RoseUs, Penknives, Ac.,    . fbr uala at tb* lowest peleas.    mar    fX-fr iA MEltCUANTS AND COUNTKV DEALEKS JL —Parcha#*» of PERririixT, fahct artici-xs and M*i>i-outaa, will please notiea the house of WM. M. KOHLfe CO, N. E.cor. FoiWfth and \^ne. street, if they wish to find a g enoral asuormeot of every thing te t to above line, at Philadelphia pricus, which wears en abled to do by iasportiug goods ourselvua. la AoMrican Per fumery we have all tb* popular articme.of tbudey, via: Har-flsou’s Barin’a, Hauel’s. Glenn’s, Wright’s, Colgate’s. Wete-. erell’s and oteerai    _    " Batchelor’s BaMB’a.' Mawelte Cludetedoeaa, Brfltwnets. Bogle’s. Ballaid’a, Uatyiso^(u;Phaloa’s and other pair.Dves. Meen Fun, Ully WMté; teui all popular powders. Jones’ and Howard’s Obeailoel Soaps. Lyoa’s Kathairua, Bhaksbte. Invigsrator, Ciierohaghfa Til copberous, Rossastoy. Ac, PoUsUug Powdera Ibr Jeweler* and others; Stftklng Gum, forcltok*. book-ksepsn, Ac.; Patos’S'Psuclls and WUlstt’s Pena. ^ CUsti%and Brown Windsor Soaps; Lyons’ Rat PlUs and Roach Pnrwdera, Ac. Hair, Hat, NaUaad Tooth Brush** te gre .t variety Porte Msnaies, Purses, WaUets. Money Belts, Ac. Paa* of new patterns; ’ A g r eat variety of Fancy Articles. Laban’sExtoaets ato Claavur’s oalatouted Saaps, Paydea’s and Kidder’s IndaUble If k». Madietees and Drugs of all kinds WalPs Scheidaai Sehmaps. Pen and Pocket Knives at manufacturer’s prices, wholesate and retail.______ GARPKNT£R>S PATBMT RBVBRTIMO ^FLU^ FOR SAVIA G FUKL Sotting of StTam BoileraS PBIOB. from $60 to «1 X5 for one BoUer. TUgMaS B. WING, ProprMolr. At Harrison. Eaton A Ca^s Spies Mills, 101 Walnut stree Cteainaatl, And at iXS Third street, St. Lanls. St. Bonis Qfltee, at-Qeodte A Tooker. 125 Thl.d street. U. B.LANDSELL. Agsai. ••UdAwtf 67 'P^SS4*'”BStSMSSSSi?. JnT-e    ^o*    tt    Public    Lant Wiacoa IfiSnding* and sole leather, boot webb, laces, Ae. sepXS-tt PREMIUM BOOTS AIU> SHOES. THOMAS SUIstiVAVe No. 10 Walnut strut, near Tliird.' PREMIUM AT THE MECHANICS’ FAIR was awarOto ta Um far -tto «ufitestau usuto. nPHE FJ style and to recelvi ,    ,    _    _    , manaor, as to ouality of loAther, good fit aad workmaasblg. Orr TuiAi-fa iukMbeks.    marU-dly style and quality of his Boots and Sboaa. He ia sUU prapejred to receive qrderss wUsb ha urill eagaga.to saesote, is-the tefft NBW BOOT & SBK>B 8TOSÜ J ’ n. BRANDT, tufa fiesb* briow Brsudwuy Hotri, a Broadway, bus resumed baateess at this stand, and kesps eonetfintly on hutfd, er make* bo order, Corksole Boeieood Q^Ud Botiom, Ftench Daue^ 'Meruiug StippUT» anor Patent Leafter'Bhoes of everY descr _ verter qualitjr jof kia work.    ■    J    . ^ FrenehOvsr Gaitera—a complete assortment filwRys a± hand.    •     ■ hlways a to^lv AiLvzBS mmomm 7 Wastoru R«rw, ; Gtdtets, Btu.-: eaPe shosa. Ac- WU.RANDAUh, 2ft7 • near George street: kiaa. Uippers, Ties, C Ac SPRING    NOW    open' C. KOEHLER, ITS Main atreet Net. Foiuth and KUth, rAB Just received a large lot of tee bee .-skin and patent leather, and 1a pr a AS Just received a large lot of tee best French] call-skiu and patent leather, and 1a preparad to 1__ Boots, Shoes and Gaiters, in the most approved style and to suit tb* usa»t faatidtoiw. •earlO-dtf HARDWARE. door PIiATEé, Cd'b^Uffií BruéseUs'éssustr. made pn fovdtmM* Wj»s or. ordinary atea. It is a capital ertiels and can to sold low. M LtíBfíeOW'^ P L AT FORM s6 At^Kd. N : establishment. eoLUMMAir Btm-inRO, thiuiw wvurcv, out. watRirr A tiWr Un4er tito eltor«e orCMBMLIW M. MOBOM. t fas proprietor of tto, t^qt-iMiRiAR weald teiarm tbe pub 1 nat he hsis established, in connexion with his paper depart • vent,a BOOK AMD JOB PRINTING OFFIClCeenqitete I ill its arrangements, and ol an extent that will euable the • oitomeet all reqnisit on that may to made upoa It wWfa ntmost dispatch. . HE MATERIALS ARE ENTIRELY NEW, wiected with great care, and of tbe latest and most enpréved style. The tost of workmea are employed, and ttoToBo* te orepared to exeoate every description of Book, Job and^teiamental Printing, in a soperlor manner RfilraMte the ntmost dispatch. Elegant Piano Foztoff. OP MAI.lAfrC, DAVIS A CO.. Boeten, and bacon A RAVEN, New k ork.— From tbe above nanead maker: I hap* r*ériv-|n^^^^^to ed several new and very beautiful style* of If u B U U Pteso Fortes, which fbr brilBajicy and powar“ m n w have never been stiaalled by sugever brought to this city. ;NLKGANT UKUSSKLLS CARrkr.—l have lor ml* a i iifi GLOVB KJM GAJTBMt, tto astot '■oatafiartabl* SNoatoer o’ MORRISON * CBOWTHEtty, Bo. West Fowrtk¡Síree¿,'’tear SmiÜi TS* Mvám’t Stmfl. F^ON^’-aNTLT oa baod and making fax order aaeeyvdk. and number platee. Plated with tha beat sheet sUves, astl worraotad ef papeste* werfcmaastJ p, both as to beaUj^kto finish. A full assertmeut of Plain Rhteld, and Opthio Pattern B Pulls, Number Plates for titeamtoattoate Beemw. Cariiage Plates, Church Pew Plates, Ac.. Ae. Bells bung and repaired.    ^    ■    ... Orders from the country attended to prbOtotly.idM " 1-y B.^^RKNf- .’I tí Flfrfa «tree LOMG KMOWM — SEVERELr TESTED—'ALWATS mOBT—TBE ACKMOWLEDGRD STAMDARD. y of C------------ .     _---,---- of Baidera and Western maka I feel s«fe In saying, that a totter finished, a more dnraUte as reliable, astiri* meeret^daw teas they manutkcture, has not come unde* my notiea, J.’SNYDÑR, OM^Sealef. Paie-Rcmms No’*.6, 6 and 10 Oolumbtastreet, hatweMsMÍtia and Walnut.    Jafa-M ^AS FIXTURES, OIL AND FLUID LAMM.— We BOW have on band and are raceivTfig the kargaet aad meat cunplete stuck of Gas Ftetar-s CbandsMs^ Lamps, Gersudoles, Ac,ever ofThred In the West, to which wo w<MM invite the sdteutum ot all teterssted befoea parebasiog ahfa. where. Wear* aleo the Oeneral Western Aguate foe tto oato af Steam and Oas wrought iron pipe, brass tnbeing, Ac GOODUr A^AHOM. . utyS    XXfi    Sain    atreet.
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