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"HUNGER NO MORE."

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The following comprehensive editorial recently appeared in a Western newspaper: We begin the publication ov the Rocky Mountain Cyclone with some phew diphiculties in the way. The type-phounder- phrom whom we bought the OUtphit phor this printing ophis phailed to supply any epha or cays, and it will be phour or phive weex bephore we get any. We have ordered the missing letters and will have to wait until they come. We don't lique the idea ov this variety ov spelling any better than our readers, but mistax will happen in the best ov regulated phamilies, and if the cs and exes hold out we shall ceep (sound the c hard) the Cyclone whirling aphter a phasion till the sorts arrive. It is no joque to us; st is a serious aphair." Last week, during temporary insanity, Dr. Wm. Thomas Crew (37), of Nottingham shot himself in a railway carriage. His brother, Mr Robert Brown, proprietor of the Macclesfield Courier, stated in his evidence that the deceased had been affected by a love affair in connection with an actress at the Gaity Theatre, which he attended en the evening before his suicide. The Board of Trade returns for July and the aeren months terminating on the 31st ult. were published on Wednesday. The imports for July amounted to Y.33,497,585, an increase of JB673 474 as compared with the same month last year; while the exports for the month amounted to 919,463,597, a decrease of E2,481,515 as compared with the corresponding period of lunt year. For the seven months ended July 31 the imports amounted to A246,088,458, an increase of 1.œs,907 as compared wuu Lhe same period last yW; while the exports amounted to 2131,324,599, a deciease of A14,6S6,755 as compared with the jame month last year. Ma Dz COBAIN IN AMERICA..—A despatch from New York states that Mr Edward de Cobain, the ex-Member of Parliament, who fled from England to avoid arrest, preached a sermon at the Brooklyn Methodist camp meeting on Sunday, his identity being then unknown. The audience were much moved by a very earnest exhortation, but they were very much more moved when they discovered the name of their mentor. Mr De Cobain, it is aaid, arrived in the United States last May, having been travelling in France and Spain until then. He said he was preparing papers showing that he Jhad been the nstim of a plot on the part of th". Jritb police. (

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