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to. Annapolis, to
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PERSONAL„ Orville, popularly known
as "Awful” Gardiner, whose sudden con-
Sion from the error of his ways, during
the late revival, created such an interest
in the sporting and religious worlds, and
who attempted for a while a model tem
perance house, has turned up at Sarato
ga, where, with great gusto and profit,
he retails the particulars of his former
career, and warns his heareilof the wrath
to come. Mrs. Anna Cora Mowatt Rit
chie, who has been spending some time
at the Springs, has settled for the sum
mer at a quiet farm house, near Astoria,
Long Island. We are informed by the
Moniteur that his Majesty Napoleon 111
has donned mourning for his
uncle for the space of twenty-One days,
eleven of which were to be of deep
mourning, and the remainder of ordinary
black. Tom Sayers, the English pugilist,
was lately thrown from his gig and con
siderably injured. It is said that the
Rh Hon. Benjamin Disraeli will shortly
visit this country.
AN ITEM FOR tIOUSEKREPERS The
liquid glue made-ns a speciality, and ex
tensively advertised as a secret prdpara
tioia, is very simply made, and costs very
little. Eight ounces cf glue, dissolved
in half a pint of water, in a wide mouthed
bottle, cost but a few cents. Having
dissotved it by immersing the bottle in
a vessel of hot water . until the desired
result takes place, pour into the mixture
two-and-a-half ounces of nitric field, stir
ring until all is incorporated. Glue
should be used that costs forty cents a
pound. The cost of the acid is merely
nominal. For a few cents, therefore,
any housekeeper may prepare as much of
the article as would cost a dollar and a
half or two dollars when purchased in
TEE GREAT EASTERN.--The Great
Eastern steamship arrived at Cape May
a"few says ago. - There was much dis
satisfaction on account of the want of
accommodation. Food was scarce -and
dear, water was sold at ten cents a glass,
and the officials of the steamer behaved
in the most singular manner to the pas
gangers. No satisfaction could be ob
tained, notwithstanding a zeneral com
plaint. The passengers bad a meeting
and unanimously passed indignation res
olutions censuring the directors for their
JOUN BROWN'S FAlnir.---The sum of
$6,250, contributed in the United States
for the benefit of old Brown's family, was
distributrid among them a few days ago.
The willow and three small children re
childOn received $2,250. John Brown,
Jr 41,000, Watson. Brown's widow 5800.
Wm. Thompson's widow $5OO, ard the
others Oe balance.
SUICIDE OF AN ALLEGED MURDERER.-
Jacob Leider, who was charged with the
murder of his sister-in-law and mother
in-law, at Brownsville, Minn., on the
10th-inst., committed suicide by shoot.
ing himself i❑ his own house. He had
been secreted in the vicinity ever since
the commfssion of the murder.
The following is said to be the pop
ulation in 1860, of the following cities
and towns in Pennsylvania :
Philadelphia, 1 650,000 Pittsburg, 130,000
Reading, 24,000 lia 4 neaster, 18,000
Harrisburg, 14,862 Norristown, 13,500
Scranton, 12,000 Pottsville, 13,000
York, 10,000 Easton, 10,000
Allentown, 8,047 Wilkesbarre, 7,989
er Governor Wickliffe, of Kentucky,
ormerly Postmaetor General,is.in
Igton, with his.son, Ex-Governor %Vick-
liffe, of Louisiana. They are in attend•
ance upon Mrs. flett, daughter of the
former, and wife of the Postmaster Gen
eral, who is very serioutry ill.
KfikrThe wake of the Great Eastern is
marked with blood, yesterday as she was
passing pier - No. 13 - North River, the
steamer Mentgqmery saluted her, when
the cannon exploded, killing three of
A. proCamation has been issued
for the sale of• one million of acres of
heretofore unoffered lands in Minnesota,
during October next. They_ include
lands remaining -to the United States
from railroad grants.
otar The Washington States proposes
to erect a monument to the late Joseph
Gales, by small contributions, to be col
lected principally from the poor, to whom
he was alife-long friend,
lir Old Bachelor Sneer would like to
know what kind of a broom the young
woman in the last novel used, when she
swept back the raven ringlets'from her
ctigr The Washington correspondence
of the Richmond Whig mentions as
among the rumors or that city that es-
Governor Wise will, in a short time,
out boldly fur Bell and Everett.
The Illustrated News announces
ipproacbing nuptials of Mayor
with Miss Georgiana Crean, sister
James Gordon Bennett.
A client once burst in tears after
I beard the statement of his coon=
;]aiming—•'l didn't think I had suf
lalf so much,"
)ebastopol, which„ before the siege,
population of 40,000 souls, now
-s but 10,000 inhabitants, of whom
. . )
$OlilS of All loops, very cheap
proa. 3 417 F-Algt.
E WE b.
A YOUNG LADY "COAPLETtLY STILIPP
ED !"—On the Indianit and Cincinnati
Railroad, a Pleashre Party rode a. short
distance, when they a)ighted and stood
around on the small platform, covering
it completely, Waiting 16' see the cars
move before leaving for the woods.—
Just as the train started, the skirt of one
of the young ladies, who happened to be
standing aloe to . the train, caught on a
nut on the side of one of the cars, throw
ing her from her feet. Very fortunately,
the train was moving quite•slowly at the
time, or the consequences might have
been more serious. As it was, the . young
lady was pretty roughly used. A stout
man in the party, seeing her condition,
at once raised her in his arms, and pulled
with all his strength, endeavoring to tear
her loose ; but the skirt was both strong
and firmly fastened, and not until all the
girl's under clothing were pulled from
her body, and her dress torn to shreds,
did he succeed. All .this transpired
while the train was moving a distance of
twenty or thirty feet, when the conductor
saw the danger, and instantly checked
its motion. Indeed, the girl was not en
tirely released until the train had stripp
ed. After the excitement of the mot , .
ment had passed, it was discovered that
the soles of both the girl's shoes, by the
resistance she had offered the train, had
been completely stripped away, leaving
the uppers upon her feet. Strange to
say, she escaped any serious injury. She
was immediately encircled by a number
of her female friends, who conveyed ; her
to a village, where her wants were prop
erly attended to
TB - A solidified milk establishment
has just been started at Middletown,
Orange county, New York. It will re
quire about 1,000 gallons of milk per
hour. The water (88 per cent !) is ex
tracted from the milk by an evaporating
and drying operation, which leaves an
article that, by the addition of sugar,
may be put up in cans or papers and
kept in a perfect state of preservation
any length of time. It can be - eater. in
a dry state, or is readily soluble on com
ing in contact with fluid. Many people
use it in pieference to milk, because it is
of necessity a purer article.
Cr Lincoln is at home attending to
the reading of letters which he has neith
er the time nor inclination to answer.—
Their number is a peek a :lay; and though
none of them contain downright applica
tions for office, he is astonished to read
of the great number of men to whom he
is indebted for the position he occupies.
The "original Lincoln, : man" is übiqui
tous ; be lives fa every - Northern State,
and has near relatives over the border.
0 - Porter's Spirit of the Times says :
"We have a letter from England, in which
it is stated that £5O apiece is due to a
Mr. Morris, of the New York Hotel,
London, on the famous Heenan and Say
ers fat: simile belts, and that the £lOO
will be soon .collected, and Heenan's
belt, thus released from durance vile, be
sent to him."
eir It is expected in a few days the
New York ileenan Committee. having
in charge the .Heenan fund will report;
and the Champion be presented with the
amount collected. Some six thousand
dollars were subscribed, but as yet little
over two thousand dollars has been paid
in, all of which has been deposited with
Duncan, Sherman & Co.
wlt is said that the Emperor Napo
leon has just authorized the institution
of a national shooting association -in
France, on the same principle as that re
cently inaugurated in England. Jules
Gerard, the famous lion-killer, is to have
the management of the enterprise, and a
commission has already been appointed
to make the necessary arrangements.
00 - Johh A. Washington, Esq., the
former proprietor c,f Mount Vernon, has
formally transferred the home and ground
to the "Ladies' Mount Vernon Associa
tion," Mr. Washington' will reside on
his farm, Waverly, in Fauquier connty.
Be still is the proprietor of a large por
tion of the Mount Vernon estate.
Ifir According to the laws of Minneso
ta, all foreigners, otherwise qualified, who
have been in the country one year, all
persons of mixed white and Indian blood,
and all Indians who, have adopted the
language, customs, and habits of civiliza
tion, are entitled to vote for Presidential
electors in that State.
lige-A correspondent suggests the pro
priety of requesting the Republican elec
tor§ of New York to assemble at some
convenient place in their respective
couaties on Alonday, August 27, the
birthday of Hannibal Hamlin, to cele
bratd the same by holding county mass
Rarey, the horse-tamer, has left
London for Shetland, to purchase ponies
in that locality. The other day he ex
hibited his powers at.the Crystal Palace,
Sydenham, to 9,000 persons, for ;which
single entertainment he received £l5O
wiSradaine Jenny Lind Goldsmith
recently arrived at Stockholm, and was
received.with enthusiasm. She intends
to pass the summer with her Husband-
and children at a villa in the environs
the , Swedish capital.
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CLIPPINGS PROM OUR EXCHANGES
The - confession of Rev. J. S. Harden,
mealy hung in New Jersey for wife
murder, has been bought from his father
for $2,000 and published. The -state
ment that there were facts in the confes
sion involving criminal connection with
a large number of respectable families
in Huntington and Warren counties is
without the slightest truth.
Some of ex-President Pierce's old
New England friends at 'Washington
comment- very bitterly upon his,recent
course, saying that he has closely allied
himself to the few who have been his
violent enemies, while he has .wounded
the feelings of the rank and file that
stood by him through a storm of detrac
Among the persons now visiting Bed
ford Springs are ex-Governor William F.
Johnson, Judge Thompson, of the Su_
preme Court; Bishop Bowman, of Lan
caster; Judge Sharswood, of Pennsyl
vania; Hon. Carroll Spence, late Min
ister to Constantinople, and the Rev. G.
B. Purviance, of Baltimore, besides a
great many other prominent persons
from all.parts of the country.
The oldest liv:ng graduate of Yale
College, Mr. Joshua Dewey, of Water
town, N. Y., is in New Haven, attend
ing the commencement exercises. He
entered his ninety-fourth year in April
last, and enjoys his bodily and mental
faculties to a remarkable degree. Mr.
Dewey will doubtless find New Haven
somewhat changed since he left college
seventy-three years ago.
About thirty notorious houses of
fame, dance houses, groggeries, & - e., in
the southern part of St. Louis, were rid
dled by a mob on Wednesday night, and
all the furniture and effects burned in
the street. The loss by the destruction
of the furniture is estimated at $30,000.
Sixty-threi- rioters were arrested and
fined $5 each by the. Reco-der.
The Putnam Phalanx of Hartford
have issued an eloquent appeal for con
tributions in aid of a 'tnoriuMent to Gen.
Isreal Putnam—"Old . Put." The State
has appropriated $3,000; but an equal
sum must be raised by private subscrip
tions. Nothing now marks the grave
but a slab of rough•dressed stone, defaced
and disfigured by time ancl . vandal visit
So anxious are the Republicans of
California to possess a rail of the Abe
Lincoln stamp, that, at a late enthusias
tic meeting of the party, it was voted to
send on to Illinois , to obtain one, and iu
case the supply of the original article is
exhausted it was suggested that Mr.
Lincoln be requested to split one more
for their especial benefit.
The Republicans are making a vigor
ens canvass in the St. Louis Congresi
ional District. The Hon. Lyman Trum
bull and the Hon. F, F, Stanton have
made speeches there, and Frank Blair
is goin g in with his accustomed energy.
Mr. John P. Adriancq,. ,
urer of the Buckeye mowing machine i n
New York says the statement that 108
convicts in the Auburn prison are engag
ed in the manufacture of the . Buckeye
machines, is an error. „
Marshal Castellano has become, by the
death of Prince Jerome, the senior Mar
shal of France, by age. Marshal Vall
iant, who was promoted to that rank in
1851, has, however, held the position lon
ger than any other Mars
Daring last year no less than 659 agri_
cultural, articles were patented in this
country. Of these, 117 were seed•plant
eas, 113' harvesters, 58 cultivators, 43
plows, 42 churns.
An English clergyman at Halloway,
England, has been detected in preaching
the sermons of Rev. Dr. Bushnell, of
Hartford, from the published volumesin
Mrs. Swisshelm—who is inspector of
logs, (not legs,) and has charge of an ab
olition paper in Minnesota—has come
out tlati-footed for the rail-sPlitt'er. '
John Brougham, the dramatist and
historian, sailed from New York for Eng
land on Wednesday, after a residence in
this country of eighteen years.
Justice How, of Auburn, has actually
sent one O'Brien to the penitentiary for
stealing au umbrella worth about one
Archbishop Hughes has gone to St.
Catharine's, Canada West, a popular
watering•place. The. Bishop's health is
The Hon. Edward Bates, of Missouri
is in Washington. He is on his return
from North Carolina, his native ;-3tate,
Gen. Comonfort, former President of
Mexico, is nowsliving with his. family,in
New York, having taken a house in Fifth
N. P. Willis, Esq., was recently con
firmed in the Episcopal Church, by the
Rey. Dr. Potter, provisional bishop.
Mary Foster, a blind girl; of Bennett's
Corners, New York - recently eloped
with Mr. Perkins, a cripple. -
Mr's. Isabella Boyce, 96 years,old, com
mitted suicide at.. Boston, on, Saturday,
'by hanging herself with a clothes line.
A CARD. Lotteries.—The statement DOCTORS IN LUCK. A
recently published to the effect that "all cidence.—Two Physicians,
the Georgia Lotteries would be abolish. sor, N. C., and the other
ed after the Ist of June, 1860," is not Penn., each buy a lottery tit.
only malicious but untrue. i the following certificates
We draw our lottery by authority of name and residence) show, were
a charter granted by the State of Georgia, tunate enough to draw large p l
having yet many years to run. We holdDolington , Penn., Jt
the receipt of the Comptroller-General This is to certify that I was the
of the State of Georgia for $lOOO tax, of a share of ticket No. 48, 50, 71,
300, in Delaware State Lottery, i t
levied by act of 1858 on, authorized Lot-
June 23, ander the manar , ern . •
series in this State. This is evidence of Wood, Eddy & Co., which combing
our desire to comply with the laws on drew thd prize of $15,000, and that
this subject, and may assure the pur- prize was cashed ou presentation.
chasers of tickets that our Lottery is THEODORE M. LARGE, IL 1
Dolington P. 0., P
legal and authorized. Windsor, Bettis City, N. C.
In proof of this we call the attention July 10, if
of our patrons to the following brief but Ido hereby certify that I hay,
comprehensive opinion 0f,C01. - Lochrane, day received through bank the
a gentleman skilled in the LOttery laws amount of one-eighth of the highest
of this State and one of the ablest them-ital Prize of $50,000, drawn at
em- ton, Delaware, June 9th, 1860, in
bers of the Georgia Bar. Eddy & Co.'s Delaware State Lott
Macon, Geo., June 1,1860. in Class 1, (drawn on the' single tif
Ilodges,Davis Co.:—! have carefully plan.) The number on my ticket
examined your Lottery charter and it is the number drawing the highest r
the best in this State. Yon may rest Prize of $50,000, my ticket being.
assured you are under uo penal enact. one•eighth ticket and drawing am
ments in drawing your Lottery, nor is ingly, and that full permission is
their any law to stop you in the exercise given by me to publish my name
of your chartered rights. This is my residence.
opinion after a close - review of all the
laws and decisions on the subject.
0. A. LOCHRANF..
We trust the public will see the in
justice intended by rival concerns in the
publications alluded to as well as their
groundlessness and falsity.
HODGES, Davis & Co.
A MAN POISONED BY HIS DAUGHTER.-
Mr. Andrew Horton, of Chepachet, N.
Y., had been on a spree for about four
weeks, and came hoine'on Thursday night
with a new bottle of liquor, which his
wife destroyed after he had gone to bed.
In the morning as usual, he was very
sick, and called for his rum. 'His wife
told him she had thrown it out. He did
not believe her, and continued to call
for it. His daughie'r, who had &kap to
go to work in the factory, heard him cal
ling for it, thought a little liquor would
stop his sickness, as it usually did, and
hearing him begging- so hard, thought
she would get him some. She looked in
several rooms, and at last, in the closet
behind the door, she found a small bot
tle. She took out the cork, smelt in the
bottle, found it contained liquor, poured
out a gill, carried it to her father, and
hurried off, as the last bell was ringing,
to go to work. It proved, however: to
be bed bug poison—a stroug solution of
corrosive sublimato—ani her father died
within three hours.
PEAL'S COURT OF DEATH.—We call at
tention to the advertisement of the en
graving of Peal's Court of Death, in an
other column. If what the press say of
it, is only half true, it is the cheapest and
most desirable work of art ever introduc
ed to the public, The N. Y. Observer,
a religious paper, after an elaborate de
scription of it says : Such is a brief out
line description of this great work. To
appreciate it fully, it must be studied ie
detail, and the train of thouglMbigh is
suggested . foll6Wed. - 140 printed de
s&rip'iion can fully realize the concep
tion of the Artist, or come up to the re
quirmetits of the imagination iu its study.
POWER OF A MINORITY.—In case of the
election of President by the House of
Representatives, the seventeen smallest
States-can elect a President. Three of
these minor States have only a single
representative, six have only two, three
have three, three have four, one has five,
and another six, so that thirty-seven
members of Congress, being a majority
of the delegations from a majority of the
States, can elect a President, if no elee
tion'is made by the electors chosen by
the popular _vote.
DEA.TII FROM STANDING ON HIS HEAD.-
On Friday last several boys were_ play.
ing in a freight car, trying which could
'stand the longest on his head. A little
son of Thos. Lindsey stood thus nearly
fm, minutes, when he was prevented
from standing longer by one of the other
boys. After gaining his feet he imme
diately ran home, complaining that his
head 41 Af t him, and in a few hours ex
pired, the,blood rushing to his braila,
causing apoplexy. Let the little boys
be careful how they play.-
FALSE Rum/T.—The Tyrone Star, in
a late issue, stated that Hon. Wm. F.
Johnson,'while on his way to the Bed
ford Springs, announced himself in fav
or of Bell and Everett. This report is
contradicted by the Bedford Inquirer,
the editor of which had a conversation
with Gov. Johnson a few days ago, at
the Springs, in which he announced
himself warmly in favor of Lincoln and
BURSTING OF A HORSE'S BYE3.--The
Memphis Enquirer is informed by the,
agent of the Overland Mail Company,
that, a few days since, as the stage coach
was nearing Madison, the eyestof one of
the horses attached to ifaCtualfy biiret
out from their soekets. , The horse is
still alive, and the':Ciise has, we believe,
no parallel. Heat and over exertion
were the probable cause.
FALLEN GR EATNESS. — SOUIOkiIe, the ex,
Emperor of Hayti, lives in the city of
Kingston, Jamaica, in ineap and,wrotob
ed poverty, spending.most of his time in
gambling with a few low [Ultima. retie- s fiELuAltirt s;
Grand Military Encampment
Gtpd s E.lo4,figpf of IlqifolioA)
Oommeneing on Monday, September 3, 1860
and ending on Saturday the Bth, will be
SAID ENCAMPMENT WELL BE CALLED
AND WILL BE UNDER 'THE - COMNAND or
Mai.WM. It ICEIN.
THE ErfcAstrwrarr will be, beyond que4-
tion, one of the 'very largest 'ever held in
Pennsylvania, inasmuch AS et!ery arrangerne:it
has been made to eadure its s testis.
Thursday, Sepleinber 6,
HAS BEEN APPOINTED' tOSt
THE GRj.i7l REVIEW.
Invitations have been extended to Lieuten
ant General Wi &FIELD Scozz,,to Secretery of
War. JOHN B. FLOYD, Adj. General Wicsos,
Major General PArrzasorr, to their Excellen
cies, Governors PACKER and fficas, of Penn
sylvania and Maryland; and they are alt ex
pected to be present.
The strictest discipline and duties will be en
forced throughout the Encampment.
113 — Arrangements have been made with Rail
Road companies to issue round trip tickets to
soldiers and citizens, at reduced prices.
WM. H. .KEIM,;for Gener al, sth Division.
B. A. Shaeffez alaj. Genl. 3d Died:bian.
Edward M. Biddle Maj.' Gin , tlstii Division.
George Hoe, Maj2Getel 41)1.-Divisum,
Charles C. Egerton, Brigadier peal Baitiroort,
William F. Walter ) Bryit. - tienWitrut Brigade,
A. Hiesiand Glatr, Brig. Gen'l is t Brigade, 4th
D. A. Stillinger, Brigade rasp. Ist Brigade, 4th
Thos. A. Ziegk, Captain Worlh Infantry.
John W. &hall, First Lieutenant York Rifle.
W 0 in S' • -
AND HOLLOW-WARE 'FOUNDRY,
ABBOTT .& - NOBLE, , Mattufacturers of the
most approved style of MVES of every
description. /13"'SA SIPE AND SALES . ROOMS:
No. 238" Water Street, New-York.
No. 410 Brown Street, - Philatragin.
113 N. B.—Send for a Catalogue.
AVID ROTH, DEALER IN ALL KINDS
HA RD WA RH,
Paints, Glass, Oils, Varnishes, Hoop and Bar
Iron, Sled, Cedar - ware, Nail.% Spikes,
Parlor, Office and Cook Stoves, 4c.
Takes this method of informing the citi t zens.of
Marietta and vicinitY, that he is now pie
pared to furnish anything . in his -line of tg
business, consisting in part, of Table Cut- 7.
lery, all kinds of Building and Housekeeping
Hardware, Cutlery, Tools, Paints, 011 s, Glass,
Varnishes, Cedarware, Nails, Spikes and in
fact everything usually kept in a well regulated
• DAVID ROTA, •
Markel Street, Mailetta,.ra.
July 21, 1860. .
JAMES N. KING,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 207 SOUTif SIXTH STREET,
- [ BELOW IiVALNUT
! — Co/kctioni:proinptii att-to
ABT NERSHIP. —GenrgeAr. Steinman
r Chas. P. RengieicTinig the firm of GEO.
M. STEINMAN &. GO., have this ',lay taken
into partnership ISAAC DILLER,--who has
beet: engaged with them more, than J 2 years.
Thankful for the very liberal patronage 'they
have heretofore received from their friends and
the public, they trust by this change to merit a
continuance of the same.
July 23, 3t.GEO. M. STEINMAN & CO.
ARG NI NS! '
J signed is now setting ott geods.at gmntly
red uced mines int order to make - 1 - 6MA' fo'r
STOCX:--CODLE Arm Szict
' • J. R. DIFFENBACIL,
Piltinetti, August 4, 1860. ' -"
Chryttopher,Raner, . -
NEAR THE LOWER STATION, by R(E.reij
Who is determined that his work shall be well
done and atrnoderate prices. -Give hiin
ANIEL G. BAACEII.,,
. .ATTORNEY AT LANK
OFFICK:—No. 24 Near's.' vat antra?,
opposite the Court House, where ke will
tend to the . ts
practice of. his pzofmskosiirkaltits
various branches. [Nov. 4, '59:-ly
Aeon Sitavgler4 Potterws sor th mark e ik, a,
whore rhutograpba, Arnbrotypes and it'le
it aniX Be are taken at very reasonable pricetki
N 1 n 371 i :ft
lickaeocal Herripg. anTeciernits;, ;if
11. 11. SMITH, M.