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. f t i ' .r 'Jfl1' Arizoniau.
; , The Castle I Built. .-
LUA DE LINK. , : . ' '
Like some structuro by maglo uprd.irod.in tho night,
Stood my 'ciiitlc fair in tho-moming light;
Nor hammer nor chisfci had givon It'mould,
Tho'-strfIy'itStoW like tho!Tcm'plo of did.
01 that castlo of nliho was wondrous fair '
Arid'tidne the less real tho' built in air. " .
Thcro wore gardens around it which rivaled that orio
Known as .Eden long Since in' tho land of tho sun;
A strcarn purling, onj now in .light, now in ishado, 1
Asit Tdund thro' tho forest; or danced in tho glado:
Tho' flowers pn its margin with 'ijisn, and with fjriiyc'r
Saw their images worn by tho beautiful rivor,
"While the'stroaui glidirigon, as an ofToring of thanks,
Sung tho loves of tho flowers that bloomed on its
Thoro wproj powers .whoro tho. brightest .sun no'or
Thcro were grottoes as fair as Calypso's own ;
IThordTKott) paths' that wound thro! 'a' chcquer'.d1shadd
Where tlid.dark green loavos in' tho sunshine play od,
There wcro fountains whoso gentle murmur foil' '"
On tho car, llko tho ckiino of a silver boll.
Thro' 'Hall and bower rang tho y.oico of song,, , ,
For mycastloiwad filled with a joyous throng. : i.
I know not if nil those gucsU were fair,- '"
X only knovthat the loved ytqro there. . ( ,";, j
Wto.hatk not bpwod lpw at an earthly shriuo,?, , ;
Each heart hath its' idols full many had mino. i i
"Full many had mine" ! Ah I bid mo not tell
How many.fi7 hide in my heurs,ilpop.c3t cell. . .
But tho voice of my worship, dies out in a sigh,' I
Tho voicosocxultantin.'dnys gono by. I I ": .U.
A spell hath fallqn on Hall and bower,
Which may not bo lifted by human power.
'Tvvas thus,- if tho story is rightly told, , j"
That Shdddad,'ond' of the kings of old.
1Vith gardens which .should rival, iill... , ,
Which that, Holy Book,-tho Koran, .rolatos . '
Of tho' beauty enclosed by the Paradiso'gat'ds
To punish his, pj-ido a.'pcrpetual spell '
Was laid on his palaco, (so Moslems tell,)
And tho royal palace, its gardens bright,, , , j ( , r
Have long been hidden from human sight, ,. : , 1'.
Save atioiigi intervals' only then' i
To kcohis sin in thuinds pf wen.
Tho wanderer o'er tho desert' sands, . . , v.v
Weary and faint, dclighted stands- ' 1
And sees' with' tears of glad surprise, , ,
That pa,lace in ,liis pathway ris3fl , , . . !
May ho tastd a. draught frdm those :watorfalls, .,
Of the fruit'bendirig low o'dr tho'garden walls, ' '
From the clustering" flowers may ho plucky orio' rose
Whoso fragrancq may cheer him as, pn hqjgocs? , .
Ho mot1 not tho beautiful vision grows dim,. .
And' tho,dds!cr,t'alojd remains to hiraJ '" '
And. so, there, are times when I catch a gleam
Of tho flowers that grow by that dancing stream;
Of hid winding paths where my feet have 'strayed;
pf fountains playing as then thoy played; . , ,
When I tread again tho enchanted. Hall, ,,
And lovdd ones throng at my lightest call. ' 1 '
Bui alasY alas 1 for tlid spell that falls , "J ''
3n thoso beautiful gardens, those stately, Halls.
It may not ibo lifted, tho vision is,o'or,i
Arid life is1 again what it was before.1' ' ; ' ' '
,,hm2 ',-.' U.' '''!
'Pat's Evasive Ansmtju. Patrick, O'Ncil,
before he became joined in holv bonds of wed
lock, was. in itho sorvico of 'latlier Conoly.
Onj day the priest expected a qall from, a pro
testant' rniriier,, and he wished' sorno exeu's6vtb
get rid of him. bp calluig PatnpJy, lie prdte,cu:
ed to ,ff ive. some instructions'; , ' m .
".Eatriclvj" said lio,., Mif that .minister comes
here todny,. X don't wish to sod him. . :
"Yis, your riverence!" , ' '
"Slak'some5 excuse arid send him' away."'
'Icll jiim I am apt home, .,,.,.,, ,, ,
j'-Would you hayi, .roe i tell a.Jie,! your riypr
encoi?". i "' ''! ."j i
"No, Patrick but getrxid of him some way,
give him" an' evasivd answer. .' ; '
-l'Ah 'dvasivo1 answer; is 'it!' 'T.Svill do'i'it;fM,';
"Yoiij undprstapd mo, Patriclc V '
, "Ay '.coorse,' yer.riverence.1 V
Tho ninttnr tlnio nrrsmcrod l?nthnr finnnlr rft-
tired to his library, and 'fiatrick went about his
duties. A;bDUtcdusk in thejaftcrnoon the priest
name out-oi his room and lounu ratrick in un
"And did yftu get nd ot hiin r '
"I did, sir." . i! '
"And what did you say to him?"
"I gave'him'' an evasiv'o ailsver." 1 '
"An evasive answer! 'Patrick V"
.'Yisi'yoiir riverehce'iThe axed was yc in, and
f . i.i V? i .i ii l o
jl louin nun wn.f jus gnnmimwjur u hjuiuvu) i
AIIegimekt or CAMt:i.s,-rtTho, Liverpool
Mercury pubhslies the followiiig letlcr from a
correspondent of the Delhi Gazette, dated at
Allahabad, describing a iibVil military corps
which has1 been traiiied td the service in India.
, "Lnst. evnninir the irovernor treneral. com-
TnninlniMii-nhuil and suite were out on the par
ade reviewing the Camel Corns, about 400' Bf
these ungainly boasts going through all milita
ry evolutions. It wits a novel and curious spec
tacle to, see thcs,e ; animals, performing almost
all the .movements of cavaliT. Besides the nar
Vive driver, who H 6f course armed, there is 6ll
every darnel ti hardy Briton, who 1 occupies tho
buck sdat- in n )osttion to: use his rifle. Thb
camqls are well trained, othe M'prU , ot com,-iii-iikI.
On a recoLMii'.od tolich of the iruidimr
s'trhig. down woiild lhcy drdp'on their knees,
the riflemen Wduld be off ' in a second and go
into skirmishing Order till tho word' of. recall
wa issued, when they would shoot back to
their places, remount, anil almost simultuncpus
lv like a brown mass crowing out oftjie "round,
W6uld the camels i regain their foCt, if) their owil
awkward mode that is, first thdir hinder parts
and ,thqir long stretching, nqqks. You., can
fancy what a raye scene the whole was." j
Caxai;s' in' CAiimmNfA.- Within five years!
over ' '4,405 miles,: of cunals for washing gold
have been constructed in ,,C!alifor,nia., The cost
of these has.bcen iiearl(i2,000. . , ; u
BexefIt your bneniics" tlittl1 they at last may
become your, friends. ' ' : u
BrtWAiiE of i judging hnstilyj lt'ns far, better
tp,sufpend an opinion ,than to retract .an as,-
S9.rti9; , .; , ; ,. .' , ; . It t
A word, of kindness is seldom sppkenn vainf
It;is a sieed whiclii even when'1 clrppped by
chah(ie,; 'springs ti'p'a' flower:' 11 '"" ! ' ' "'
mo') , , Table of Distahces.'1 - i
For the benefit of travelers we give, the fol
lowing table of .distances between. :the stations
on the Overland Mail Route ifrom San Francisi
jeoito, St Louis, via Arizona: ' 1 ;
San Francisco ,to Olark'si 32, i Suri"i Water 9;
Redwood Citv Mountain View, 12, San Jose 11.
Seventeen Milo IlOuso 17,'Gilroy 13,' Pacheco Pass
IS, St., Louis Xlanchc '17, Lpno ulow 18, Tcmplo
Ranch 115, Firpbaugh's Ferry 15, Fresno , City 1,9,
Flk norh spring 22, AVhitmoro's Ferry 17, Cross
Creek 112j Yisalia 12, PackwoOd ll2, Tnje River 14,
Fountain Spring ,14, Mountain, Houso 12, (P,osey
Creek lo, Gordon's Ferry 10, Kern Rivor Slough 12,
Siiik-of Tdjon 14, Fort Tcjon 15; Rded's 8, French
John's 14, Widow Smith's -24, King's l(Ullart's 12,
San Fornando Mission 8, Canuongo 12, Los Angoles
12, 'Total 4G2 miles ; timo 80 hours.
. Los Arjgelcs to Mpnte 13, San Joso 12, Rancho
del Chino. 12, Temascal 20, Lagtina Qrando 10, To
mecula 21, Tcjungo 14, Oak Grovo 12, Warner's
R'aiich 10, San Filipo 10, Vullecitoi 18, Palm Spring
9, Carisso Crock 9, Indian Wells (without water)
32, Alamo MucliO (without wa,tcr) Cook's Wells
(without water) 22 Pilot Knob 18, Fort Yuma, 10.
Total, ,282 miles; time, 72 hours and 20 minutes,
Fort Yuma to Swivcler s 20, Lillibustcr Camp 18,
Petorman's 19, Gris well's 12, Flap Jack Rancho 15,
Oatman Flat 20, Murderer's Grave 20, Gila Rancho
17, Maricopa Wells 40, Socatoon 22, Picaohio 37,
Pointor Mountain 22, Tucson 18. ' Total 280 miles;
timo 71 hours 45 minutes.
Tucson to tho Ciencga 35, ,S.an Pedro (without
wator) 24, Dragoon Springs .(without vater) ii,
Apacho Pass (without water)40, Steon's Peak (With
out, water) 3, Soldicr'q Farpwoll (without wator) 42,
6lo do Vaca 14, Mimbres River 10. Cook's Spiing
18, Picaohio (without Wafer) 52, Fort Fillmoro 11',
Cottonwoods 25, Franklin 22.; Total 300 miles;
timo 82 hours.
Franklin to Waco Tanks 30, Canodrus 3G, Pinery
(without water) 56 HelawaVd Springs 24, Pope's
Canii) 40, Emic;raut Crossin; 05, llgrsuhcad Cross?
ing 55, Head of Concho (without water1) 70, Grapo
Creole TZ, J'ort Chnunourno 3U. Total, 4zo mnos;
timo. 128 hours 40 minutes.
' Fort Chadbournd to St'afion'N'o. 1. 12.vMoun'ta!n
Parfs 10, Phantom Hill 30, Smith's 12,, Clear Fork
20, Francis'3 13, Fort Rplkuap. 22, Murphy's 10,
Jackboro'19, Farhart's 1(5, Cquolly's 10, Davidson's
24, Gainesville 17, Diamond's 15,. Sherman's 15:
.Colbert's Ferry (Red River), 13. Total, 282
miles; timo 05 hours 25 minutes.
1 Colbort's to Fisher's 13, AValis 14, Tioggy Dopot
17, Garyls 17,: Waddoll's 15, Jllaqkbern's JO, Pus
lev's 17, Riddoll's 17, Holloway's 17, Tray ton's 17,
Walker's" 17, Fort Smith 15. Total 192" nhlds: thud
Fort Smith to Wpolsoy's 10, Brodio's 12, Park's
20,' Fayottovillo 14, s Station 12, Callahan's
22, Hurhurn's li), Couch's 10, Smjth's 15, Ashmoro
20, Springfield 13, vans'a 9M, .'Smith's 11, Bolivar
lly Yost's 10, Baileys 10, AVarsaw 11, Rums's 10,
Mulh'olland's, 20, Shackolj'ord's l.'ipton 7,,, Tor
talj 31 8K miles j tinm, 48 hours 55 minutes.
, ' Tipton to St. Louis.'ICd miles; timo,.ll hours
arid 40 minutes. 1
'''From' Sari Francisco to Los Angolos, 403 milos,
. i.' Los Angolos to Fort Yuma, 282 "
Fort Yuma to Tucson, 280 ' ,
,. Tucson to. Franklin (Fil Paso), 300. .ff
Franklin to Ft. Chadbourno, 428 "
Ft.. Chadbourno to Red Rvor, 2B2" .
, MISCELLANEOUS AbYjERTISEMENTS.
i't. uiijuipourno to itQU U
"' 1 'Red Rftor to Fprt Smith,
' ' 'Fort Smith td' Tipton, '
raiiii. rti It' . '
Tipton' to St. Louis,
yTtTlLDRESS Sc RICE, SAft ANTONIO,' IteS!
AS.: Mnnufaoturora of Saddles and Horse
Equipments of every description, of tho latost pat
terns and 'best quality, uruers to any part, oi tuo
country promptly altondcd to. 1 ' i '
BAUCltN t VAtKlill,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants.
TOUT LAVACA, TUXAS.
Cash ndvanddd on Consignments, and Mcrchan-
diijd carefully stored. n! i,
EL PASO IlO'i'EI,,
: Major B. W Gili.ock, Proprietor.
, EL PASO, TEXAS; ,
Every attcnli'oii iiaid to Iho cohifort of travolors,
and charges moderate.
EIj MOIIVO IPKJL. IVOItTE,
S. 11 ART, Proprietor, .
' ' Molino, El Paso County, Texas:
CQLT'S.llEVOLVINQ GUNS & PISTOLS.
i ; Manufactured, and for, Salo by i( . , , ,
," ' .COL. SAMUEL COLT,
' ' 11 ' " ' "Hartfo'rdj'Cohn';' '
,BURNSIDE'S B.REACH-LOAD1NG GUNS.
Manufactured and for. salo by ; ,
BRISTOL FIRE-ARMS COMPANY.
CHAS. JACKSON, Prcsi
1 Bristol, R. I.
SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
Overland to the Pacific!
qIlE SAN ANTONIO AND SAN' DIEGO HAIL
,p . Lino, which has been in successful ..operation
since July, 1857, are ticketing' Passengers through
to Sari Diego, and also to all intermediate stations
, 'Pas3cngors and Express matter forwarded in now
coaches drawn by six mules oyer tho ontiro length
of our Lino, oxcopting tho Colorado Desert of 100
niilfcs, which wo .cross, on mulo back, i Passongora
duAUASTKED in their tickots to ride in Coaches, ex
cepting the 100 miles, a3 above stnfcd.
i Passengers ticketed to iand from Sari Antonio,
Fort Clark, Fort Fillmore,
Fort Hudson, Mesilla, ' 1
Fort .Lancaster, Tucson, Arizona,
Fort Davis, Fort Yuma,
; El Paso, anil San Diego.
Tho Coaches of our lino leave semi-monthly frorri
each end, oh .tho 9th and 24th of each month) at
six o'clock, A. M. , ,
An ariridd oscort'travcls through tho Indian co'un-
try with, each inail train, for! the protection of, tho
mails and passengers, , :
Passengers aro provided "with provisions during
tho trip, except where tho coach stops at Public
Houses along tho Lino, 'at- whioh each passenger
will pay for his own meal.
Each passenger is allowed thirty pounds of per
sonal baggage, exclusive' of blankets and arms.
Passengers coming to San Antonio can takp tho
tino of. Mail Steamers from New Orleans twico a
week to IndidnOla; from tho latter placo thoro is a
daily lino of our-horso mail coaches, dircqt to this
On tho Pacific side, tho California Steam Navi
gation Company are running a fira't-claSs stoamor
gomi-monthly to and from San Francisco and San
Faro on this Lino us folio way including rations:
San Antonio tb Stin Diego,' . ... .$200
, " " Tucson,. . ... .150
" " El Paso, .... 100 '
Intermediate stations 15 cents per niilo.
Extra biiggago, when carried, 40 cents' per pound
to El Paso, and $1 per pound, to SanjDiogo.
' Passengers can obtain all necessary outfits in
San Antonio. , (
For further information, and for tho purchasd of
tickets, apply at tho olfiod of tho Company hi' this
city, or address I. O. WOODS, Superintendent of
tho lii?c, caro pf American Coal Co. '50, Exphungo
Placo, New York. G. H. GTDDINGS,
R. E. DOYLE, Proprietor t.
, San Antdnio, July 1, 1858.
I-IABMS & jMAUOHAND,
-iU. , Total, : . : ... i 2766' I i
Total timo; 25 days. Time 'from' Tub'ac Yo San
Francisco, 11 days; to St. Louis, )6 days,
CROWELL & CRANE, ,
Wiior.ESAiiE iiiuc; gists,
, , Corner of Front and Clay Street,' ,,,, ,
, , SAN FHAyClSCO.
No. 105 Sacramento Btreot; SAN FRANCISCO;
No, 73 J street, SACRAMENTQ.
No. 27 E strcot, MARYSVILLE. '
k M. havo established, in hddltion to their
well-known offices in .thb interior,, a Branch
Office at No. lOG Swumento Street, San Fran
cisco, whero thoy will carry on tho business, of
Assaying in a manner to givo satisfactldn to all who
may favor thorn with their ordu,rs.
GOLD, SILVER AND ORES of cycry descrip
tioni promptly and faithfully assayed and returns
mdo within.ia; hours, r i
Having boon established for a period of upwards
of thrc'o years, during which thoy havo transacted
all tho businoss entrusted to them in a manner to
please their depositors, thoy feel at liberty to rofor
to tho correctness and liberality which havo charac
terized all thoir dealings as some guarantee for
what they will do iij tho future. ,
Thoy would especially dwoll upon tlio fact that
they no THrtm own AvOuK, and manufaoturo all
utensils used by them, for which they rocoivod a
premium at tho late, jitatp .Fair. In every depart
ment nono but tho best of talent is cmnloved.
As vouchors for tho correctness of their Assays,
they rcfor with permission to tho following Bankers
who, for nearly three years, have shippod bars as
sayed by them, to tho Eastorn States and Europe;
B. Davidson, Esq. ' Messrs. J. Parrott k Co.
Messrs. Tallant Sc Wilde. " Sathor & Church,
TAAFFE, McOAlllLL & CO. i :
Importers and Jobbors of Foreign and flonicstio :
WRY CJOOJttS AJVI) CAltPETinTOSy
Sacramento street, corner of Front, Sari, FranciSco,
Cal., and 320 Broadway, New York.
Prints, Sheetings, Shirtings, Drills, Ducks, Ticks',
Doninis, Linens, Towels, Table Cloths, Diapers,.
Tablo Covers Quilts, iVc Dross Ootids, Silks, ,La
ccs, Dross Gloods, Shawls, CashmcrcsMdrihos, Par
asols, Etnbroidcrics, Ribbons, Drdss' Trimmings',
Fringos, Gimps, Jlosicry,, Blankots, Flannels,, ,Un
dcr-siirts, Drawors, Cplorod and Whito, in Merino,
Silk 1 and Cottoiii Ladies' Rendy-Mado Under'-ighr-mcnts,
yory .suporior, Alexandre's Kid (Qlqvos.
W T. COLEMAN & CO., FORWARDING, AND'
i ' Con?niission Mcrchnnts, San Francisco, (jiH
"ornia, and New York City,
HOOKS ArVD STATIONERY. , ,
APPLEGATE & CO., 43 MAJN STREET,
CINN'ATI, Ohio, blTcr for salo an extensivo n
sortmont of Books and Stationery, including
' School Books, Miscellaneous Books,
Theological Books, Medical Books,
Account Books, Blank Books.
Writing-paper of every description, and' all'articlo
useful in tho library and qpunting-rpoin. , i;Mor-7
chants from abroad favoring us with orders for ac
count1 bobks or miscellaneous stock, will haVo' their
orders filled with promptness. . Address , ( ,
APPLEGATE .fe'C.O. "
43 Main street, Cincinnati; Ohio.
TIERY HOWE & Co., Booksellers' and Station
' ers, Main strdot, Cincinnati. 1 "
TRlGIITS,dN & CO., BOOK AND JOB PRlNt
ERS,167 Walnut street, Cincinnati.' ,; ' "
(Hasten, DlqiisO, & SVallingford.
W Wholesalo and Rctail:D6dlers"in HardlTarb and
Cutlery, PdarJ l., .Cincinnati.
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A KEKLV PAPEH,
DEv6tED' TO' RAILltOADS & STiVTIBTiCS.
Wrightson b Co., Publishers,
1 ' 167 Walnut st. Cincinnati'.
pINCINNATI TYPE FOUNDRY-Manufactures
Typc, Printing-Presso'and Printers-Materials
gonorally. Ordura gromptly filled far any, part of
tuo uniteu totaies or Territories.
L. T. AVELLS, Supt.
ft F, O'DRISCOLL &: CO., Manufacturers oC
Type, and dealers in Printintr Matdrial. Cin
cinnati. Ohio. ' i
Our Stereotype Establishment) ono.of, tho.largpst
in Iho' Union, affords amnio facilifidk' for executing
any orders Wo may bo favored with. 'i
T)OLL0bK & M'CALL Wholesaio"Dealers ihnPa-
J. iir.i....i l . i!
PAPEIt AND STATIONERY.
"jVtiXON & CHATFiEl!iD, Wh'olcsaib Pealers in
Papor of ovory variety, including'Bodk, Nows
and Job Printing Papor; Noto,j Cup, iand Letter
Papor; Envelopes, Wrapping-Paper',, fee, &c.
77 and 7J Walnut it., Cincinnati.
WEStEYAN FEMALE COLLEGE a. Seminary
' ' for Young Ladies. Sessions commence yi' tho
months of Fobruafy arid iSeptcmber. Rev'. Pt 'B.
Wilbur, Principal, Cincinnati. , ,, ,
jVfASONIC REVIEW A Mprithly Magaind,' do
votod to Masonry.. Edited and, l'ublishod by
C. Mooro, Cln. Tonus, $2 per' annum.
"A NDERSON, GATES .& WRIGHT, "llooksollpra
and Sta'tionors, Main stroof, Cincinnati.
EO. M. DIXON, Wholesale-and Retail Drug
gist, cornor,of Fifth nnd Ma,in ,st. Cin.
O ,0. RICHARDSON'S SHERRY VJVINE BIT
J TERS,. For salo wholesale ,fe rotallby
' ' ' J. N. HARRIS & -Co. .
General Agents for tho Wast',
No. 5 Collego Building, Cincinnati.
"MATIVE WINES-SPARKLING CATAWBA,
and Isabolla Winosy efualto-tho host imported
Champaigno and still wines, for fjulo by . .
JOHN d; PAttK,
COr. 4th fe Walnut streets, Cincinnati.
77AQLI1 INSURANCE COMPANY. , !
73 Third' st., Cincinnati.
Ti AMILY MEDICINES. JOHN d'PARK;,
Corner of Fourth and Wnlnut strdots'j'Cihcirtna
ti, Ohio, oflors for salo a general assortment of Pa
tent Family Modicinos. Dealors supplied at whole
pERRY DAVIS VEGETABLE PAIN KILLER.
This wdll established and successful remedy for
tho curo of cholera morbus, burns, soaldsj euts, etoi
etc., is ofTerod for salo wholesalo and rotailjjby,
J. N. HARRIS & Co.,
No. 5 Collego Building Cincinnati, Ohio.