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A Sad Farewell.
Fare tho well wo part forever 1
au rogrots aro now in vuin I
Fate decroos that wo must sever,
Ne'er on earth lo nieot agniti.
Other skl3 will Vend above theo,
Other hearts may seek thy shrine; 1
But no other e'er will lovo thco
' With iho constancy of mino.
Yet furowoll we part forever !
v s , All.irbgrots aro now in vain!
Fatu'decices that wo must sovor,
Ne'tr on earth to meet again.
i Faro the well I r
. ' '
Like the shadows on the dial 1
'Ijingors still 'our parting ki33 I
pf 'Life has no scvoror trial,
Death no pang, to equal this.
All the world is now boforo thee,
jEvery clime to roam at will
But within the land that bore thoo,
' V One fond heart will lovo thco still,
.i Yet farewell wo part forever 1
All regrets aro row in vain,
Fate decreed that we must sovor,
Ne'er o earth to meet again. . .
' , Fare the well 1
, Forget Mo Not. i
Forget mb not what tender feeling
Thcao simple, gentle words impart,
AbsencQ and love at once roveahng,
They aadden while thoy sool he the heart;
Forget me not whatever woes
" In life's precarious path beset mo,
They'll soften, when affection knows
Tkat thoso I lovo do not forget me.
The Free Lovers.
Artemus Ward, the droll showman, who is
exfensively known throughout Ohio and Indi
ana, vrrircs to the Cleveland Plaindealer an
account of his visit to the Free Love settlement
ttt Berlin Heights Ohio :
" hear i am at Berlin hites amung the Free
Lovers. I arrovc hear last Toosday and bitter
ly do i cuss the day i ever sot foot in this retched
plase. I hearn tell of those Free Luvirs for
sum time & i tlnvat ide cum and see what kind
of critturs they was. I pitcht mi tent in a field
near the Luv Kure, as they kali it & unfolded
mi bannir to the breese. Bimeby the peple
kommensed fur to pore into mi show & i begun
fur to knogratterlate misclf on doin a stavin
bisiness. But they ware an onery lookin set, i
must say. The mens faces was all kuvered
vrith hare, fc they looked harf starved to deth.
The wimmin was wus nor the men. They wore
trowsis, short gownds, and straw hats with
fadid green ribbins onto them, & they all kerrid
bloo kotton umbrellers in there hands. Bimebi
a perfectly orful lookin femaile presentid her
relf to the dore. Her gownd was skanderlu;ly
r.hort & her trovsers was shameful to behold.
Sez she, "Ar, kind it be? yes, tis troo, 0 tis
troo ! " Sez i, '15 sens, marm.' Sez she, '&
ao ivo found you at hirst at larst, 0 at larst."
Sez,i, 'yes, you has found me at larst, & yu
vood have found me at fust if yu had cum
sooner, ooz she, Air 'yu a man f be
Tin Pith of the President's Message.
wwv al' , v-ci: i "" ' -i----
Towards almost all foreign nations
Our .utlooks ain't no ways fust rate;
There's most of our foreign relations
In an unsatisfactory state.
With tho Britishors, through our high-raettlcd
Diplomacy, guess we have got
The right of search question well settled,
""-""Tho Central American, not;
With Spain we aro in n' condition
Of which wd hain't nothln' to brag ;
Her folks in official position
i '' Has insulted our national flag; - "'
Done our citizons one wrong and t'other,
In their persons and property too ;
And she won't pay our Cuban claims, nuther,
Which is now fourteen years overdue
Peculiar I reckon tho natur'
Of tho sort of relations we bear
To Mexico not, wurth a tater, t
Can't pay if they Would them coons there,
I can only lay one plan afore ye,
By our own from th.m crittors to comu;
To drop down on their territory,
And seize for a pledge on u aorar. .
Then there's that air Panama Isthmus;
' We must there clear tho transit i.i course,
And, if not exactly this Christmas,
Still, sooner or later, by force.
Now Grenada, Nicaragua,
Cobta Rita, have all to pay
For damages done more nor fewer,
And I 'spocts we must whip Paraguay.
Pnific as is all our labors,
I'm consumed for to mention how ill
la the tarms wo are on with our neighbors,
Pretty nigh tho whole world but Brazil.
As a pattern of pcacs, cotton spinners
In tho old country quote us, but now
I expect we're a caution to sinners,
With a' most all tho world in a row.
TAAFFE. McCAHILL & CO.
Importers and Jobbers of Foreign and Domestic
nillDDRESS- U RICE, SAN ANTONIO, TEX- HfitY GOODS' ADM) CAEWE'ONGS,
AS. Manufacturers of Saddles and Jlorso , . , .
Equipments of ovcrv description, of tho latest pnt- j Sacramento street, corner of Iront, ban 1 ruucuco,
terns and best quality. Orders to any part of tho . tLa- nn.d 320 .,Va,dwny..0.w totV . .
n.,n. i..niiv nitnniimi tn Prints, Sheetings, Shirtings, Drills, Ducks, Ticks,
BAUGIIN & WAIiKER,
Forwarding" and Commission Merchants,
rOItT LAVACA, T15XAS.
Cash advanced on Consignments, and Merchan
dise, carefully stored.
Kli PASO HOTEL,
Majou B. W. Gim.ock, Proprietor.
EL PASO, TEXAS;
Every attention paid to the comfort of travelers,
and charge's moderate ' '
Denims, Linens, Towels, Tablo Cloths, Diapers,
J. able Covers, (juilts, Are, Dress Uoods, bilks, La
ces, Dress Goods, Shawls, Cashmeres, Merinos, Par
lisols, Embroideries, Ribbons, Dress Trimmings,
Fringes, Gimps, Hosiery, Blankets, Flannels, Under-shirts,
Drawers, Colored and White, in Merino,
Silk nnd Cotton, Ladios' llcady-Mado Undcr-gur-ments,
Very superior, Alexandre's Kid Gloves.
EI, BIOJLSiVO IJC! IVOETE,
S'. II ART, Proprietor,
Molino, El Paso County, Texa3.
COLT'S REVOLVING GUNS & PISTOLS.
Manufactured and for Salo by
. ' COL. SAMUEL COLT,
BURNSIDE'S BREACH-LOADING GUNS.
Manufactured and for salo by
BRISTOL. FIRE-ARMS COMPANY.
Cii"AS. JACKSON, Pres.
Bristol, It. I.
Eurming1 the Gauntlet.
When he was stripped of his coat and shirt,
and placednt the entrance of the terrible street . COptmf; the 100 miles, as abovo stated.
Overland to the Pacific !
rnilE SAN ANTONIO AND SAN DIEGO MAIL
Line, which has been in successful operation
sinco July, 1857, aro ticketing Passengers through
to San Diego, aud also to all intermediate stations.
Passengers and Express matter forwarded in new
coaches drawn by six mules over the entire length
of our Line, excepting tho Colorado Desert of 100
miles, which we cross on mule back. Passengers
guaiunteed in their tickets to ride in Coaches, ox-
throuzh which he had to pass, he grew pale,
Two soldiers went ahead of him ; they march
ed backward, with their bayonets presented to
his breast, so as to force him to keep measure
with a drum, which brought up the rear. The
drum was mu'Hed, its slow and dismnl beats
sounded liko the music of a funeral procession.
When he received tho first stroke, his features
assumed an expression of pain, and his lirm
set lips quivered slightly. This was, however,
the only sign of sensation. Crossing his arms
over his breast, und pressing his teeth together,
his proud features remained henceforth immov
able. His merciless enemies enjoyed but an
incomplete triumph after all: they might cut
his body to pieces, but his proud and umomita-
Passengers ticketed to and from San Antonio,
Fort Clark, Fort Fillmore,
Fort Hudson, La Mosilla,
Fort .Lancaster, Tucson, Arizona,
Fort Davis, Fort Yuma,
El Paso, and San Diego.
Tho Coaches of our lino leavo semi-monthly from
each end, on tho 9th and 24th of each month, at
six o'clock, A. M.
An armed escort travels through tho Indian couu
try with each mail train, for tbo protection of tho
mails and passengers.
Passengers arc provided with provisions during
tho trip, except where tho coach stops at Public
Houses along tho Lino, at which each passongcr
will pay for his own meal.
t I'.r.pn nniC!fTifnr is n. miron rnirrv riniirmi ni nr-
ble spirit thwy could not break. The blows de-YSOnal baggage, exclusivo of blankets and ?.rms.
scended with fearful violon'ce upon him; after1 Passengers coming to San Antonio can tako the
the first dozen, blood came; but never did he j Dino of Mail Steamers from New Orleans twice a
utter one singie escliun.itloii of pain; never I wcok to Indianolo; from tho latter placo thcro is a
not even witti a look did he implore for mercy. hno ot four-hors coachos direct to this
An expression of scorn and disdain was deeply ', p q' the Pncifl0 sid6j tho Cfllifornift Stciim Navi.
gation Company aro running a first-class stoamer
semi-monthly to and from San .Francisco and San
.Faro on this Lino as follows, including rations:
San Antonio to San Diego, . . . $200
" " Tucson, 150
" " El Paso, .... 100
set on hi3 face as pale as death. When he
ha reached at last the left win' of the compa
ny, his lacerated hack presented a frightful ap
pearaiice. Even his most exasperated enemies
might havebt'Cn satisfied now; if it had been
nossible. the eommandirii? oltiecr himself would
I r- K t aiU ml l U0 IT,1 11 ,JU mrl sluaress 4 i Vr I V -I Intermediate stations 15 cents per mile.
lur " T C? i r ' ' ' Tliev fHced him rMi iboi he 11 1 o nvik, Extra baKSaS0' ricd, -10 cents per pound
pade, & she will doubthss give you the required t y Ga llim 1 gh- 'lV0Ut ' , 10 liad l0 ma,ke to El Paso, and $1 per pound to San Diego,
informasliun. ' Ser. she, -yu air then what the the 8!une waJ' aSilin- J h was one for- 1 pawongors can obtain all necessary outfits in
world calls marrid ?' I said 'yes marm i air.' "iali4y connected with this punishment which ; San Antonio.
The eksentric femail then embed me by the W!IS n crue'i barbarous shamelul mockery ; the j For further information, and for the purchase of
arm. and sez she in a wild voise vu are mine pnsunur nan 10 uiuuk ins c.xucuiiouers ior nis "" umuo 01 iu uuiupuiiy m mis
O vu aro mine !' Scarcolv. 'soz i. as i reloasnd
nie icauer, ni me rigni wing 01 111s compnny,
r T. COLEMAN & CO., FORWARDING AND
' ' Commission Merchants, San Francisco, Cali
fornia, and New York City.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
A PPLEGATE & CO., 43 MAIN STREET, CIN
CINNATI, Ohio, offer for sale an extensive m
sorlmont of Books and Stationery, including
School Books, Miscellaneous Booki,
Theological Books, Medical Books,
Account Books, Blank Books.
Writing paper of ovory description, and all articlee
useful in tho library and counting-room. Mer
chants from abroad favoring us with orders for ac
count books or miscellaneous stock, will have their
ordors filled with promptness. Addross
APPLEGATE & CO.
43 Main street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
1.1 ENRY HOWE Sl Co., Booksellers and Station
era, Main stroot, Cincinnati.
MIDDLETON, STROBRIDGE k CO.
HTIiOCKAPHEUS AND ENGKAVERS
Corner of Third and Walnut sti.,
STANHOPE S. ROWE k CO.,
Third street, Cincianftti.
WRIGHTSON k CO., BOOK AND JOB PRINT-
' ERS. 107 Walnut street, Cincinnati.
DICKSON ck WALLINGFOR1).
lie and Retail Dealers in Hardware and
Pearl st., Cincinnati.
TUB JRASliHtOAS) RJQCOK29
A WKEICLY l'AI'KU,
DEVOTED TO RAILROADS Jk STATISTICS.
Wrightson & Co., Publishers,
107 Walnut st., Cincinnati.
pINCINNATI TYPE FOUNDRY Manufactures
Type, Printing-Presses, and Printers' Material
generally. Orders gromptly tilled for any part of
tho United States or Territories.
L. T. WELLS, Supt.
H F. O'DRISCOLL & CO., Manufacturers of
Typo, and dealers in Printing Material, Cin
Our Stereotype Establishment, one of the largest
in the Union, affords ample facilities for executing
any orders wo may be favored with.
miself from her injun grasp. She agane clutel
ed me bi tho arm & sed, 'yu air mi ailinnerty.'
Sez i, 'what on airth is that?' 'Dost thow not
know me sez she.' 'No marm,' 'sez i, i dosnut.'
Sez she, 'lisen, man, & ile tell ye. Fur years
ivo yearned fur thee. I knowed thow wust in
the world somewhares, altho. i knowd not thi
name or plase of residunce. My hart sed he
wood cum & i tuck currige. He has cum He
is hear yu air him yu air mi avfinnc-iy ! O
tis two mutch !' & she bust out a cryin. Yes
sez i, 'i think it is a darn site two mutch.'
Hast thpw not yearned fur mo ? She yelled,
ringin her hands like a femaile play actor.
Sez i, 'not a yearn,' Bi this time a grate kroud
of free lovirs had colleekted around us, it they
all kommensed fur to holler 'shame,' 'brute,'
'beast,' etsetterry, etsetterry. 1 was jest as
mad as a Marteh hair. Sez i, 'yu pack of on
,nery critters 'go way frum me and taik this
retched wooihun along with yu.' My naim is
Artemas Ward, it ime in the show bisness.
I nay mi hills and mind mi own 'fairs. Ime a
mnrnd man it mi
am a showman
prisoner had to thank his executioners for his ! tickets, apply at tho oflico of tli
torture. When tl. victim had arrived at the 1 citv or aclllross ! O. WOODS, Superintendent of . Wilbur, Principal, Cincinnati
"pOLLOCK k M'CALL Wholesale Dealers in Pa
per, Walnut street, Cincinnati.
PAPER AND STATIONERY.
ATIXON k CHATFIELD, Wholcsr.lo Dealer in
Paper of every variety, including Book, New 1,
and Job Printing Paper; Noto, Cap, and Letter
Paper; Envelopes, Wrapping-Paper, Ac, A-o.
77 and 70 Walnut st., Cincinnati.
WESLEYAN FEMALE COLLEGE a Seminary
for Young Ladies Sessions commonoo in tho
months, of lebruary and September. Rev. P. B.
and the dreadful execution was over at last, ha
threw one last long look full of contempt at his
tormentors; then he was seen staggering like a
drunken man toward;; the commanding officer..
His eyes, swollen with blood, beamed with an
unnatural brightness ; his respiration was short
and painful; touching his head with his right
hand, in token of the military salute, he Said
with a voice that came out of his throat with a
rattling sound, but that was, nevcrless, distinct
ly audible all over the place, ''I thank your
honor for this exquisite punishment," and fell
dead. Hpuschold Worths.
Ax Awful Ski.l that was, when the ageut of
a Cleveland tomb-stone manufactory, with much
trouble, hunted up a man who had "lost his
wife." In a subdued voice, he asked the man
if he had lost his wife. The man said ho had.
The agent was very sorry for it, and sympa-
iiuc-u wiui me man very ueeniy in ms great ai-
tho lino, caro of Amorican Coal Co., 50 Exchange
1'laco, JNow Xork. U. XI. UlJJDIJS'liS,
It. E. DOYLE, Proprietor:
San Antonio, July 1, 1S58.
HARMS & MARCHAND,
No. 105 Sacramento street, SAN FRANCISCO.
No. 73 J street, SACRAMENTO.
N6. 27 E street, MARYSVILLE.
T.T fc M. have established, in addition to their
well-known ofliccs in tho interior, a Branch
Oflico at No. 105 Sacramento Street, San Fran
cisco, whero they will carry on tho business of
Assaying in a manner to givo satisfaction to all who
may favor them with their orders.
i GOLD, SILVER AND ORES of every descrip
tion, promptly and faithfully assayed and returns
made within t hours.
Having been established for a period of upwards
of three years, during which they havo transacted
all tho business entrusted to, them in a manner to
pleaso their depositors, they feel at liberty to rqfor
to tho correctness and liberality which havo eharac
A Monthly Magazine, dc-
ted to, Masonry. Edited and Published br
C. Moore, Cin. Terms, $!i per annum.
ANDERSON, GATES J: WRIGHT, Bookseller
and Stationers, Main street, Cincinnati.
Q.EO. M. DIXON, Wholesale and Retail Drug-
gist, corner of Fifth and Main st. Cin.
LANE k BODLEY,
RICHARDSON'S SHERRY WINE BIT
TERS. For salo wholesale k retail by
J. N. HARRIS k Co.,
General Agonts for tho West,
No. 5 Collego Building, Cincinnati.
n:: . ,i ii. i. 1. : .. ,'1- "
nituuu , ijui uuiiin, iju ham was an lnsaiiaie 1 oil Mm; ii.im,.. no tn,n
i ehildern all look like me, if i ; archer, and shot down all of both high and low. what they will do in tho future.
I dont go in fur scttin tlw i "cgree 5 informed the man that "what was his 1 They would especially dwell upon tho fact that
laws of mi country at defiance.' I aint in favur I 'oss wa3er eternal gain, and would be glad tiikv no tiikir own work, and manufacture
ui ji 1 r (iiviiii jiui uuiiuij uia 'liiciii. j. ilium o
jure affinnerty bisness in cussed nonsense, bo-1 beloved one slept
?ides bein outragcrsly wicked.' I pored -1th mi
indignation in this way ontil 1 got out 01 breth,
when i sfopt. I took down mi tent and shall
lce've town this evenin, A. Ward."
It is said by the' Arabs that "curses,-like
hiekena, come home to roost."
lato Stato Fair. In every dopart-
nC nriv.ttPovin nor nntbin flRft illprml T tlifnlr 1 to soil lam aL'ravestone to mark the snot where census seu uy mom, ior w men tucy received a
' . . . . . . lit.. 1.1.1 i i.i . . nromium at tho
onosiuni maroic or common stone ; . ; .,
J lie DCreaVCU man SUUl tliere Was "a llttlO dim- thev refer with normission to tho fnllnwinc Ttnnkors.
Q i, .ir i-i- lnont nono but tho bost of talent is employed. tcnt i,Rm
-as he chose, at prices defying competition As youcbora for tho corrcctno33 of hih A salo rates
lift horfn.vnfl mini snifl r hnrn wna "n litMo Hifh. 11 !n. . . . .1 j- r. 1 1
cultv in the way." Haven't you lost your wife?" j who, for nearly thrco years, havo shipped bars as
inquired the agent. "Why, yes. I have," said sayod by them, to tho Eastern States and Europe;
TVTATIVE WINES SPARKLING CATAWBA,
' and Isabella Wines, equal to tho best imported
Champaigno and Still wines, for salo by
JOHN D. PARK,
Cor. 4th k Walnut strcots, Cincinnati.
"fiUGLE INSURANCE COMPANY.
j 73 Third st., Cincinnati.
I "PAMILY MEDICINES JOHN D. PARK,
1 Corner of Fourth and Walnut .streets, Cincinqa
, ti, Ohio, offers for salo a genoral assortment of Pa
I tcnt Family Medicines. Dealers supplied at whol-
the man, "but no crave stun ain't necessary:
for you see the cussed critter ain't dead ; she
scooted with another raanl" The agent retired.
B. Davidson, Esq. Messrs. J. Parrott k Co.
Mows. TalUnt k Wilde. " Sftther k Church.
T)ERRY DAVIS VEGETABLE PAIN KILLER
This well established and successful remedy fo
tho euro of cholera morbus, burns, scalds, cuts, ete.
etc., is offered for salo wholesale and retail, by
J. N. HARRIS k Co.,
Ne. h College Building Cincinnati, Okxa