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A Word To The Wise

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-D. B. De Land fe Co., of Fairport. Monroa Co, N. Y., ure! manufactuting a üaleratui known as Chemical S.ilur.i'.us, by a pretoetl iiot used by any other manufaciurer in this country. The procesa s a sucret, discoverea by une of the proprietors, while trnveling in Europe. This procesa removes every i npurity frum the atilde and mnkc-B it as while as the driveu now. It is put up in bright, red papers very tastefully, Get a paper and try íd L3f" A negro woman, nauied Johnson, rceiding in the 5th Ward, was burned to death, in her bed. on the evening of the 4thin6t. A chi ld in bed with herwas res cued butconsideiobly burned. H issupposed that the wonian went to bed intoxicated, and with a lighted pipe c her mouth. J3S" We have not received the July nuraber of the Atlantic Monthly. If forgotten by the l'ubligkers injustice has been dono us ; if 'lcabbaged"'en-roaíc we hope that it ■wili be duplicated to us. ld We have receired the July number of the Ecleclic Magazine. It has a steel pertrait of Charlcmagne, accompanied by a sketch of his eventful Jife; nnd an interesting letter presa comprhing fifteen articles ffom the leading foreigo quarterlies and inonthlies. The selections have been made with much care anddisciiminating tr.ste, and the Eclectic ib a gootl reflex of foreign literature. $5 a y-unr, with a beautifiil premium p'áte. Áddress W H. Bidwell, K. Y. l Whcn Marshal Kune, of Bulti mpre, was HTO.sted, bis coinmission as Brigadier General in the Confederatu ! army was iound in his uoat pocket, and it was belioved that he was about leavnor thocity to Ukq tho field,


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