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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

Prospec ts op the Vine Crop in Europe. —A late number of the Moniteur Vinieole says "The effect which we anticipated from the improved temperature has taken place, and we receive from all parts of the vine-growing countries, and even from abroad, tho most satisfactory accounts of the appearance of the plants. From Marseilles to Bordeaux, from the Var to the Khino, and from the Nord to the Pyrenees Orien-Ules—every whore—the vines are in the most adinlrablo condition. Out of France they have the same appearance; in Spain, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, the state of the vineyards every where promise an abundant yield, if nothing unforeseen should occur to mar such encouraging prospects. In the South the blossoming has commenced, and is going on most favorably. These cheering prospects begin to act on the price of wine in the great centres of production; not that we have any positive decline to announce, but the proprietors and holders are less firm in their pretensions. As to alcohols...

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

[For the Press.] TBE DELEGATE ELECTIONS. There is no matter of a political oharacter that is so much nogleoted as the Democratic delogate elections, and yet there Is nothing of so much importance to the mass of the Democratic party. Tho city of Philadelphia is divided into about two hundred precincts in the twenty-tour wards. The citizons are called together on the last Monday of August in eaoh year, to meet in their respective precincts to eloct judges and. inspectors of tho elections, to bo held on tho first Monday of September. These calls are made generally in only ono or two papers, and frequently not more than one or two day's notice, without naming tho place where the meetings are to be held. This results in some cases from neglect or inattention, in other cases from a desire to keep the place of meeting ns private as possible, and to let the matter he known only to the* few designing persons who have their own ends to answer. Instead of every publioity being given to the...

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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

FROM NEW YORK [Correspondence or The Pross.] New York, August 12,1857. 'Tin hard to concoct a letter without materials i the Israelites of old mnrmnred when bidden to make bricks without straw, yet thoy went to work, and I too in tho sultry summer woather, in tho dusty and deserted town, set mo to gather news for The Press. Shall I tell of tho long ompty streets, of the weary passors-by, of the closed mansions, of tho gloomy-looking theatres and ohurohos ? You -probably have the same delectable sights in Phila'aclphia ; your gay world has flitted to the watering places; your wbrk-a-day people, your journalists and journeymen, your hankers and bakers, tied to tho treadmill, turn as wearily as they, do here. Fahrenheit on tho Delaware indicates the plainly as on tho llo.ison ; so I must not descant upon the topic uppermost in every ono'B thoughts and talk; .1 must not say how hot and deadly dull aro thc30 long August days. I must not mention Pandemonlae tot-rlfaction, nor dila...

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

POLITICAL MATTERS The Elkctiox ix KESTucKr.—The returns from this State are oomplate in all essential particulars. The Congressional delegation will stand eight Democrats to two Know JXothings, as follows: Din. cist 1. Henry O. Burnett, D. 6. J. M. Elliott, D 2. S. O. PeytonD. 7. H. Marshall, K.S. 3.TV.L.TJndcrwoo<i , K N. 8.J.B. Clay, D' *. A. O. Tslbot, D. 9. J. c. Mason, D 5. J. H. Jen-ctt. D. ]0. J. W. Stevenson, T>. Garrard, the Democratic candidate for State Treasurer, is elected by a majority ranging from In the State Senate there will be a tie. In the lower house the Democrats will have a majority cf about twenty-five. The St. Louis Republican ot the lOtk has election returns from seventy-five counties—manv of them official—all, it i3 supposed, reliable, fh ' ev show Rollins to be leading Stewart 4050. In the counties to hear from (tbirty-two in number.) tha vote for President, last November, stood: Buchanan 10,514; Filimore 5568—Buchanan' s majority 4346...

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

rflBE''NEW- TOBK -AND < MTEHPOOL . JLiTJNITSD BTATifl MAIL STEAMERS .-The Ships conroojlng this tine ar«: .'.. 1 ., ' . ¦ • ¦ lfeAB.ASTIC,0apt..O!lferBdria«e. ,' , •;.^h#BALTIOi Capt/JosepnComwocK."* "' ' " , TheADBIATIO, q»pt,iam.e»StJfe - : * s.'f v-RThese ships hare been built by contracttxpreat]y for Government wMee; every «re hlu been Uken in their eonttrttetlon^ aa also iDrti^lvftttgitftsY^ essufv'atrength and speedand their accommodations for pustngen «n. t0<Mtta)led for elegance and jwmfort. "" * -„ " KOTee of-pa»ag» from New York^"IWrpdol, to Brat oilu, JlSCj ,5n second do,, $T5; from Lfrerpool to New york . SO. audajgulntM. SoBnthtaecnreduiUwsMh tot. ' Ihe «Wj« «f ihU': llne' ha^lmproved'ittter-llght -TKOP0SEP,l)A?M;.0jr,S4ttW0,> ' y»O«l KSW tOR*-, . '' _, *»O» tlTMKWI.. J»tt4.y;jti(Hi2(»ii.= .185J Wtdnesaay.Jtin' oM, <185r SiSrdayLjuly 4. . ,186T Wedwsday fair J , 1857. ' S»y *ulyl8,. 1867 Wgfl«s4jiKWy« >» Sttoday'Aug,' 1,- -18S7. &a...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

AMUSEMENTS Alien Street Theatre.—Mr. Win. Wheatley has been occupied for Borne weeks in remodelling, reconstructing and refitting tbo Arch streot Theatre, of which he is lessee. Tho alterations whioh are deoided improvements, are extensivo.aml comploto. Tho thorough ventilation of.» theatre is a very important point, whioh-has been effected horo. The enlargement of the parquet, with new cushioned seats; the re-arrangement of the first tier ; the extension of the second tier; the romoval of the blank-wall at its back, and the institution of a light, latticed partition, through which fresh nir is admitted from without—these are the main improvements. In addition, tho house ib thoroughly re-painted »nd re-papered, nnd an airy light appearance is given to the whole. Tho decorations of tbo whe^e building are oxqouted in good taste, gold upon French white being tbe pervading iden. When the theatre is re-openod on Saturday, the public will seo how much has been done, nnd how wolt. Mr...

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

VC-'Mimm^m Tht-Clwhpest and #»£***%¦ ' Newspaper 'in -..•', -.V ; ¦ ..-.,! aePmegiy. ¦ • «¦;;- - t :-, «re»t ImlaceraAtii to Clnbs. • •i^^lotkolr'Augaiittheteniiraborot THt TrBBiiief in>» ihll»« Sstttsd froni <b,e13lry of Philadelphia. .ItwiUbopnilUhedflterySatuidnj:. .' . tBl WlJslT? .»t»:yiill*(|. <!Oniliwtoil ipon National prlnclnle8,.iui ' d,wm,tjphoy Jhe rights Pf v th« States. It .TjU^' !rtfliaticisiniaivia/-s^apO i ahdwill be devole^^TcolL^rVatiTe cU^iriiies^^ts ^ thc true foundatlon . of pttb ' lie presjie lltj sill social order.' Such: aweekly jourfill hli long b««i<tle»!red tn!ihe United States, and it is to gratify this ^wani that'-Tkx Wecslt Pbess will he pabmhedi -t - : • •- •. - '- • .?' .' ¦ • --.. Tax ,W>ilKtVP»X8& .wllP'be'printed on excellent white p»j>er, clear, nowtj-pe, wd jn quarto form , for W »*te.- ,..?»¦. ' ¦' - -fi - - ¦' • ' . . It, will lioiitaki the new«.of.ttie day; Correspondence fromjS^Old . lfo...

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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

51 WORD FROM CUMBERLAND [Cortf jpoudenco of The Press.] Coll John flf. BonsEV: It seems njoro than apipropriate at this time, when the Keystone is speakfng to you from every county words of congratulation ajjd encouragement, that Old Mothor Cumherland(should tell you how her Democratic henri was rejoiced by your return once more to " the chair " which jrou have so long filled, in the past, with honor to yourself. We are proud to bo able to oxtonj $ you tho hand of fellowship, and say to you, rori okirheart of hearts, "God sp ' oed." In welcoming yort to "the chair," we know we welcomo one tried %hl true—ono who often weighed in tho balance, was novor found wanting. That The Pb»8,8htU! speak tho sentiment of the Democracy all ov?f the Union, is but to say you aro its editor. That you will struggle for the right—that you will stnnd Upon tho broad platform of tho Constitution, and battle nobly for its principles—is hut to say yon wijl bo in tho future as you havo been in tho nast...

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

CAMDEN AFFAIRS Charge of Burglary.—Justice Robertson and Officer Campbell, of the South Ward, arrested on Tuesday a man named Daniel Martin, on the charge of breaking into a store at Kaighn ' s Point, and committing a robbery on Saturday night last, or early on Sunday morning. He was held for a further hearing this afternoon. Damaged by ihe Rain.—The heavy rain on Monday afternoon washed away the culvert near Good Intent, on tho Packwoodtown and G«6d Intent turnpike. Tbe stages on their road to Camden wero compelled to take&notherroad. Appointment by ihe Governor.—Jfr. \Tm. W. Steed, tho conductor on the West Jersey Railroad, has been appointed by Governor Jewell Assistant Quartermaster-General of the Gloucester County Brigade, with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. X. O. O. F.—Yesterday afternoon a new Lodge, composed entirely of Qermans. was instituted in Camden. ' . The Grand Encampment, I. O. O. E., of X. J., assembled at Faterson vesterdav. Eicitemmt on Stevens' S...

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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

-iTIOK^N'GI.AH ' D AND FHANOE, 1867.— Si 1 ' New York and Ilavre Steamship " Company.—The tJnltod Statea Mall-Weamihips'ABAOO, 8,600 tons, P«rld Llnea, commaaier, uidFUMON, 2,600 tons, Junes.A.wotton,commanderwill.lesve N»w York, Haneaad Southampton; for the years 1867 anil '58, on the-followingdaj»i " ¦*: : ' ¦¦ ~ ~ -•' ¦ " • - . ' . .--.j.- tBinmrniil.'. ' > -.' '.. '<- . " 18S7. . , , ¦ 1858, ynltonTSaturday,' Aug. 22 Arago,'Saturday, Jan. S Aago ,. ao? ¦ . Bept. 19 Fulfisn,' ¦ do. Seh: 6 irmtou, As> ~ Oct. 17 Arago, do, UarcliC Arago , 'do.. "J?6r. 14 Fulton, ,do. April'S Jnlton, -•: do. ' Dec.-IS Arago, do. ' <jfay 1 ,.=.!.•. . . ¦ . Fulfon, . do. -May M " viin iiavkb. ' ' ' vticn imsiRkurrm. " -!-:'. M6r. ;. ;.,-. ¦ -. '.- . - .- 186T.. ¦:'¦• Arago, Tn«(day, Ang. 26.. . Arago, Wednesday, Aug. 26 Vultori, ' ' do. Sept.23'. Fnlton. ' .do. ¦ 6ept.2? Arago, '- do: ' ¦ OeV»¦' ¦" ¦ Aragtf , ¦ do. ' Oct. " 21 Fqlfon,. 4o.., Nor;aT.; Wltoft,.! dd.. Kot....

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

A Lawyer 's Duty. When Lord BrouohAh was counsel for the defence, on tlus'Ulal of Queen Caboose of England, |a l§2i), ' ."he eraJDMticalfyvdeclarod that It was the dtify.ibf a Counsel, to get his client off, even ^ thouglj . in effecting this ho should jeopardize the public peace, or even cause a Revolution in tho, country.. This,principle was' niuoh canvassed at the time.- > At tho Oxfordshire (England) assizes, the other day, a counsellor" publicly declared that ' if Ke did not feel the justice' of hia case, he Should feel it his duty. to retire from it. Mr. Justice Bit am weil, a very able lawyer lately placed In t"ie Bench, publicly resnonded— "Then you would do. wrong. I should .deem it your duty—and I hold it tone the duty of every mernhor of the bar—(o »rot>e, if requisitethai Had it whitt; not that I mean that any member of the bar should necessarily do that which will be immtdiatily found out from'ilt falldcy—4>Ut that he.U bound, where-, any commen...

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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

THE GOAL AND IRON TRADE OF PENN SYtVANlA. G. J. CniLDs, Esq., states that Pennsylvania contains an area of 46,000 square miles, of which upwards of 16,000 square miles, or one third, is coal land, principally lying, above or near high-water level. England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland combined, according to the best authorities, contain only 11,000 square miles of coal in anarea of 120,000 square miles of territory. This coal, in many coses, is from 900 to 1,800 feet below the surface of the ground, and is raised by machinery. In relation to the quantity of iron ore, nearly the samo relative proportion exists between Pennsylvania and Great Britain. It will thus be seen that in theBe articles of tho first necessity, and indispensable to a state of civilization, our State jiossessos three timos as much.as Great Britain. If to the nnthracito coal trade of Pennsylvania, the bituminous coal in the State be added, which is belioved to exceed 1,300,000 tons per annum, tho total quan...

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

ThbOakaii Board or this State The duties of the Board of Canal Commissioners of the State are by no means abrogated by the sale of the Main Line of tho Public Works, us a number of people' suppose,, nor does the office become by any moans aainecuce ^ thoHgh the duties of the Board arc greatly diminished, Exclusive, of the Main Line ^ which is'Ufl\V the property of the Pennsylvontft Railroad Company, the State owns two, hundred and eight miles' of Canal, extending along'the Snsquehanna. river from the Juniata Junction to the Mew York State line, 1 and seventy-jlg miles of Canal connected with the foregoing at Northumberland, and extending along the West Branch of the Susquehanna to.Farrandsville , making two hundred, and eighty-four, miles of Canstta thoSnsquohenna valley; The State also owns sjsty mile^-pf (banMin We. Delawar e valley, cxlan'ding ; irom the Lehigh Ganal, at Easton; to tlde' -^Witer at . BrisWl. This" Cana) is, infictj ' atf ' olongaifon ' o ' f th ' e tohigh Can...

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

CiV ANN AH AN B. CHAHLESTON Osmps. - r " - ¦ • • ' ; FBEJQHT8 EKBUOED. ¦ -'-!• The well known, Ilrst -class tide wheel Steamships KSY3T05B STATi! «nd8TATH Of OtORSIA, £ow form • Weekly lino for tho.Bonth and'Southwest, oae of the ships sailing iVEEY SATUBDAY, at . 10 o'clock, . FOE SATAS»A«r,'OA: : : > '=,1 ' ; - '¦-' - .--. TH« BTgAMSHlP .SOSTfsioSB SIATK. : i ' ~ " Chjslss P. Miisaais, Commander, ',; Will recall freight on THtfESDAY.Aujint 20th, and aall on 8AIUKDAY1 Aogust VH, at id o'clock, A.M.,, '' - ¦;:' 'SoE'OHAEUisioN,8,0... .. , li-iv jnai sfBAMsHipsilirdF okoboia, ,,!.> I, .. '¦ -!, JosBi J.'0i»ri», Commander, • • ' ¦ ' -^ Will rseeiw freight on *HUM»AY.-Augu»t Mth, and sail for Charleston, H, C, on 8AIUBDAY, Angus MUfeWBWO'CIooKjyt ' M.J ' 1-^ ¦ • ¦ =•" •" ;. At both Charleston and SarjUwalr these ships oonneot wit*steamers for FJprld»itud Havana,, and with ralU roads, tc., for all places Jb the South art Southwest. : ^ln <lW , toeltl5,MWp.,. : ,, ...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

Yrsrroro Fibemen.—The ''Rochester Associtition," composed of a large body of the active members of itho'Independent Fire Com^ pany'of Baltimore , 'we learn' from the Americ/tn, are making arrangements for the purpose MsBSSJnfJl Atttam»lJ»l»tt-»o tUah CroihorflnK. men of,the city of Rochester, Now York. Mr. 'William.H. Quincy has been elected President of the Association, which already numbers fit ' ty men. ¦ They expect to leave Baltimore on the 3d of October for Philadelphia, and will participate in the great procession of firemen of that city which is to take place on the 6th. On the 7th they will leave for Rochester by the way of Elmira. Whilst in that city they will be the guests of tho Rochester Engine Co. No. 6, which, it will bo recollected, visited Baltimore about two years ago, and wcro very hospitably entertained by the Independent boys. Tho powerful gallery engine of the Independent will bo taken on; the members will all bo fully equipped . and accompanied by a full mil...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

lioBAir STEiptais trok saub,. —jx>k V- " SA.IB—The weHkiown Btoinihlpi WAffllNfi-(QKiiMtKflBtUKK, heretofore nnpiMoT iitthe UnitM Bi»5»»;KaJlii«rT)ce,betireeaNcwTotk,8oiith»««pton«aii ^SSndirpi Wirtfiiili wjth great tire , of tKa ' bcaV a»t«rf>le'lli»m» depotm5Bt,_;nd«r tbe inspection of S^WfSJ'i^fef'Sii^H * !^ WS=l>«ini:Bi> ««» lengtH.SSfett beam, and Street dejrthof ^oU^aBl of tSo HEaBll^NS MO, 40 , and 31 * E»bhi W»iel;te 8tt 'd * witbftwo''iii«rlni>«fd^Ie ' Terenr. (tna; cylindeia of.I2 Inchei, and 10 fmt «trUm; boilers , *c iu in complete order, »»4i« foiniiBtdiwIth coil fi' nnicers capahlB; o(~8towJag IHKd tons 0f coal^ieaving m^ii'itooia^lbrapiiaViw) &na theuarement, ' 'There aw fOB4 t .ya««n|«c aKomlawltiom for MO pifimt in ' ihewthiwwinbeioiiwiijliUthefurntture . iacke!, ftsadiniasS runiSiiig etar, notBori, chilnii and cables; cabta furniwrej. bedding, .teblo. . MrriM^'gUasirare, crocktuy, ffiirronf, »c. ^ t,j . p . :1P " .V','. ...

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

[For The Press.] Kmki of Streets, Avenues, Fluces, fee, fcc. Your artiole iu yesterday's Pukhs on tho names of Streets, Courts, &c, is well-timed, and I trust will command the attention of tho proper authorities. But more is wanting than mere simplicity or singleness of name. The name of every street, lane, avonue, plaoo, alley and court, should be placed conspicuously on one of tho corners of evory crossing, end lot it be fixed by ordinance on each one—thot is, tho Nortb-West, South-West, North-East and South-East corners. This will give uniformity, and prevent the owners of particular orner houses from complaining of partiality. Another absurdity ought to bo corrected. It should he determined what constitutes a " street," what an "avenue," what a"place," what an "alloy," what a "court," and what a "lone;" and lot each havo its appropriate designation, as well ns name. What with the numbers of each of them now called by the same name and designation, our oltv is all confu...

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

Philadelphia and Baltimore Central Railboad.—The editor of the Lancaster Expresi learns by a letter ironi Chester county that the work on this new road is progressing favorably. The road intersects the new West Chester Railroad at Grubb's bridge, in Delaware county, crosses the Brandywino at Chad's Ford, passes, tho vilkgos of JCennett Square and Oxford, in Choster county, and will cross tho Susquehannn, near the mouth of the Octoraro. The grading and bridging on the part of the line within this State is finished , and the ballasting and laying the track in progr.ess &t the e&steni end , where upwards of two miles are fully completed in a superior maiinor, ready for the passage of cars j and the work is advancing at tho rate of one hundred yards por day.

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

SS!raiAM^K5TW;BBir-#SWrt .XP? K '* 1 ? B ' OMwboSaSerVfiIi*^()«giW^ hii^r&(ii'J»w-' Oilf . Cobimjuidnr. The Glisgowoml Now.YorkBWaie && &**&S£SRm$i8&? e !-*: ¦ -f<T.SlMliiMfiaatorday, - Juiy ' ll; 12noon'. ¦ '' !' ±y i^.dlasgoiiylVednesdAy^ Atagv Sj-12ncpn:' ir..- ^ ~ v;,^V. ¦ ^'S3 r **rkv3fttttrdoyj Aug.2212noon.; ?'...;* 'JtSatWrig^SaWi/^SoJt. 1 filaaSif&.-T 1 -7T — j . . EdingMrg, Jnne lJi , -., " . . ...... . . ' • OlisgowJuly 8.'" , '¦• • •' »«rTotk,a«Iy'M'. -"•-"• ¦ " ¦ •" ¦¦ - ¦ ., ;iEdlnll)iirg,Aog."«, '.-:, •' ¦ -.-... ", ¦ ,„. . (HugoWjSept. 6. .,.• . -;.,:• , ' .w,, .-< ¦¦ -• -• ¦ • • siiiBs af rtauoi:' " ' - first class, $76 1 third claw, found with iooJied proyUions, |3>.. in experiencea tnrgeon Bltachod in euh «tf amtr. For freight or passage Apply to JOHK MpSYMOS iSo. 1! BEOiDWir. New Sort city WlUorgoId onlrretfelfedfcrnassaeer " . .- ¦ . >• >- - anio-lm

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

The brewery of Mr. Philip Hartzog, in Lorotto, Cambria county, Pa , was destroyed by fire on Tuesday night of last week. Tho loss is estimated at $500. • ¦ , ' A German, nanvod, Lewis Hamqrly, was found doad at a liino-kiln ' pn the land ' of Benjamin Rabcnold, near Guthsvilie; Lehigh county, Pa., a few days since. ,, ¦ .,.. Tho night line on tho Camden and Amboy Bailroad ran into a drovo of cows just before reaching Kingston, N. J., on Tuesday morning, and killed; two of them. ' . Tho Postmaster General has decided that the seller's prlco-mark on the fly leaf of a book, sont 'by mail, subjects the whole to letter postage. Persons buying books to send to their frionds by mail had hotter notice this now docision. . .,-Thero were 8844 births, 469 niarriages, ' and 777 deaths in Hamilton county, Ohio, during tho ptwtyesw.

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