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A Dream of Love.
Vri had th? heart-aoho many a timt
At tho mro mentlo of a name
,l I've never wovon in my rhyme,
Though inspiration from it came ;
It is in truth a sacred thing,
Life cherished from thU world apart ,
A dove that never tricJ its wing
But loves to no3tle near my heart.
' i ;" J
That namo of melody recalls
"Her gentle look and winning wayk
Whose portrait Imngs oi mera'ryi wall
In the fond light of other days :
In the dream land of poetry
Reclining on its leafy boweM,
Her bright eyes in the stars I see, i
A I lur swjot samManso in the flowers.
Her artless dalianco an 1 her grace, ' '
The joy that lighted up her brow
The sweet expression of her face, i
' Her form it stands before me now :
And I can fancy thit Ihear
;l Thj woodlan 1 iong she ujoJ to sing,
-J' Which stole to my attending oar,
( Liko the firit hirbingcr of spring.
! 1 Itaro'boauty for this earth was hers,
'..r.'-",' tAnd,har3 tho purity of heaven,
Alono of all her worshipers
To mo her maiden heart was given ;
" ' ! They little know th human haart,
Who think such love will e'er expire,
"OacVkirtJled it will ne'er depart, - ,
' ' Bat barn3 through life with all its fire.
' ti,'3 f ; , j
.1 Thero'may bo many who will deem ;
This strain a wayward youthful folly,
, To be derided as a dream
..j , Born of the, poet's melancholy; ,
Tho wealth of world if they were mine,
7 ' With all that follow in their train
" '.biM? w'tn gratu;i0 resign,
To droam that dream of love again.
-''Fort'Bucuanan,'May 5, '59. A Soldieb.
f - .
iilfitmn of 10. t(f). with nn assessed
$3.87. 1.375. It ims nine churches, ten schools,
four daily and four weekly papers, Hoven job
printing oflieca, eighty-mn6 lawyers and forty
Sorrow endureth for a night, but joy Cometh
in the morning.
With Thee, Love.
With thee, lovcj I have not a fear,
Whatovor ills betido.
I novcr think to shed a tear.
If thou art by my side ;
If pain be in my heart awhile,
And gloom my spirit o'er,
I only need to see thoe smile
.., And. all is bright onco more,
t ildove theo with as fond a thought.
So tender and so truo,
, , Inover in my heart havo sought
. If thou dust love ma too ; .
I only know what'or thou art,
i I sco no one beside,
And' not a care can roach my heart
When thou art by my side.
"i An Impatient Arkansas Juryman. It was
the firat day of the court time, after dinner.
Lawyers an rot new had timed, an 1 were sitting
out in front of the hotel, when a lou?, lank, un-
artp'.uitL'atca' cauntrym m came up, and under
pin )iiio isly made himself one of em, and re
'iientlemen, I wish you would go oti with
c?i:t, t.n I wanttDgi hum. I left UJtsey a
looking out; 1
"All, said one ot tuo lawyers, "ana pray, sir,
what detains you at court ?
V,')y, sir, said tue countryman, " l am
fotehed lr.'re as a jury, and they say if 1 go
homo they will have to find me, and they
.mustn t do that, as I live a jmo l piece,
4'Vhat jury are you on?" inquired another of
4,Ye.V what jury? Grand or traverse jurv ?"
''Jrand or travia jury ? Dad fetched me if I
"Well," said the lawyer, "did the judge
charge you? .
"Weil, smiire," sail he, "that little fellow
that sits up in the pulpit, and kinder bosses
over tho crowd, gin us a talk, but I don't know
waetliar ho charges anything or not.
A Certain (Jure. To kill bed-bugs, take cor
jroa yo sublmiate and rub over your . bedstead
ThVn'iSrn your bedstead and th'o bed-clothing,
jiri-1 in VvnV'lto another house. '
We might a78 s"gKeii u "e uygs "
jtVicy nestled in the walls, to Urn the hduse
likewise. Great, care, bowoVpr. sfcould.bo tak.cn
in itiiis .experiment, as vu.'1 mi8 ff rMo. the
dj.ilning house. " It slioukl .ntruito4
to civful bunds,
A Wonderful TbWN. The rapid growth of PMLDRESS A RICE, BAN ANTONIO, TEX
Leavenworth City, Kansas, is ustdhishing. J AS Manufacturers of Saddles and Horse
Although onlV four years old. it contains a pop- Mp!inL,..5 depr I,tto".' of tho ,tt!09tJa,t-
1 valuation of " " " Y 1 "u.ra lu u,,jr vaii 04 lU0
Proposals for Supplies.
SEALED PROPOSALS will bo received at tho
office of tbo A. A. Q. M. at Fort Buchanan, N. M..
until 12 o'clock. M.. tho 15th day of June, 1859, for
furnishing tbo post with 580,000 pounds of gdod
souna racrcuantnoio corn, mus win uo ruccivcu ior
the whole amount or for 140.000 pounds each. Said
corn to bo delivered (thirty day's notieo being given)
in such quantities andatsucn periods as me a. a.
Q. M. may require, between the 1st of Octobor, 1859,
and tho 1st ol April, ibou.
Of theabov. amount 140,000 pounds of ear corn
will be received; tbo remaining portion must bo
shelled and packed.
Tho A. A Q. M. reserves to himself tbo right to
rejectt all bids he may deem extravagant.
Two (2) rolin'. lo securities for the faithful perform
ance of tho contract, will be required.
JNO. K. COOKE,
2dLt. 8th Infantry,
Fort Buchanan, AprilU, 1859. ' 3t
SEALED PROPOSALS will hi received at the office
of the A. A. C. S. at Fort Buchanan, N. M., till
12 o'clock 11. the 2 J'.h day of May, 1859, for furnish
ing tho troops at the fort with good bcefor mutton,
as in'ay bo required. Said bef or mutton to be of
tho bostqunlity, butchurod within tho limits of the
post, to be issued for five days in tho week garri
son consisting ot loi) men.
Tho following Conditions will bo included m the
contract. T.Irit tho contractor shall tako tho rov
eminent cattle and sheep un hand at the postnt date
'of contract, at the government C9?.t prices, $19 per
head fur cattle, and $2,6u per head, tor sheep, baid
cattle and sheepjto be reecived in part pay man t for
frer.li meat turuishcd. Two reliable securities tor the
faithful performance of the contract will be required.
' The A. A. C. S. reserves to himself tho right to
reject all bids, he may deem extravagant.
"2il Lieut. 8th; Infantry.
Fort RuchanRn, April 15, 1859. 3t
f)VERLAND MAIL NOTICE Change of Hour.
" On and after 3d December, tho Overland Mail
Stage will leave San Francisco for St. Louis and
Memphis at 12 o clock M. on JNlunday and 'Friday
of each week; Overland, Express, for Visalia, Fort
Teion and Los Angeles, on Monday. Wednesdav
and Friday, at 12 o'clock M.
Overland Mail Company (via Los Angeles.)
lanu wi rncca. rrom 0an rrancisco, or irom any
point on the route between San Francisco and Fort
Yuma, o terminus of Pacific Railroad, or Ft. Smith,
Ark.,,?100; Irom ban Irancisco to Visalia, $20;
From San Francisco to Fort Tojon, $36; From San
Francisco to' Los Angeles, $40; Frdra San Francisco
to' tort Yuina,t$7U; From Los Angeles to F-et
Yuma, $40. Way faro 10 cents per mile; no chaise
less than one dojlur,
Ag'ont 0. M. Co., San Francisco.
country promptly attended to.
MORRIS & BR X
C Ij O T II I IV Cr MERCHANTS,
8AN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
1SAUGI1N A WAJLKIillt,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
POUT LAVACA, TtiXAS.
Cash advanced on Consignments, and Merchan
dise carefully stored.
EX PASO IIOTrci.,
Majok .B. W. Qillock, Proprietor.
EL PASO, TEXAS;
Every attention paid to tho comfort of travelers,
and charges moderate.
CROWELL & CRANE,
Comer of Front and Clay Street,
CULT'S REVOLVING GUNS & PISTOLS.
Manufactured and for Sale by
COL. SAM1UEL COLT,
BURNSIDE'S BREACH-LOADING GUNS.
Manufactured and fur sale by
KKISIOL FIRE-ARMS COMPANY.
CIIAS. JACKSON, Pres.
Riistol, R. I.
12L DlOJLlXO UKff, IVOBtTE,
S. HART, Proprietor,
Molino, El Paso County, Texas.
Office So.voka Explokiko & Mining Co
Tubac. Fob 10. 1859.
TORN STREIT, was killed in a rencontre with
" one Antonio Ellsner, on the 25th of December,
1858; Roth persons were in the employment of this
company, btreit was a German by birth, aged
about 3U; he was a cabinet maker by trade and at
the timeof his death "heasLearpentcr" of tho com
pany. His family yet reside in Germany but he is
said to have relatives living near San Antonio,
Texas., His friends canllearn tho particulars of his
death, and his legal representatives can obtain the
amount duu him, on application to
S. II. LATIIROP,
Director of tho Minos, Tubae.
Overland to the Pacific !
riUlE SAN ANTONIO AND SAN DrEtiO MAIL
-- Line, which has been in successful opera lion
sines July, 1857, aro ticketing Paobciifjers through
to San Diego, and also to all intermediate stations.
Passengers and Express matter forwarded in new
coaches drawn by six mules over tho entire length
of our Lino, excepting tho Colorado Desert of 100
miles, which wo cross on mulo back. Passougors
qcarantkkI) in their tickets to ride in Coaches, ex
cepting tho 100 miles, as above stated.
Passengers ticketed to and from San Antonio,
Fort Clark, Fort Fillmore,
Fort Huduoii, .La Meslllu,
Fort Lancaster, Tucson, Arizona,
Fort Davis, Fort Yuma,
FA Paso, and San Diego.
Tho Coacbeb of our lino leave semi-monthly from
each end, on the 0th and 24th of each mouth, at
six o'clock, A. M.
An armed escort travels through tho Indian coun
try with each mail train, for tho protection of the
mails and passengers'.
Passengers aro provided with provisions during
the trip, except where the coach stops at Public
Houses along the Lino, at which each passenger
will pay tor nis own nieai.
Each passenger is allowed thirty pounds of per
gonal baggage, exclusive of blankets aiid arms.
Passengers coming to San Antonio can take the
Line of Mail Steamers from New Orleans twice a
week to Indianola; from the latter place thero is a
daily lino of four-horse mail, coaches direct to this
On tho Pacifio side, the California Steam Navi
gation Company are running a first-class steamer
semi-monthly to and from San Francisco and San
Fare on this Line as follows, including rations:
San Antonio to San Diego, . . $200
" " Tuoson,. . .. . .150
El Paso, .... 100
Intermediate stations 15 cents per mile.
Extra baggage, when carried, 40 cents per pound
to El Paso, i and $1 per pound to San Diego.
Passengers can obtain all necessary outfits in
For further information, nTid for tho purchase of
tiokets, apply at tbo olhce ot tho Company in this
city, or .addiess I. C WOODS, Superintendent of
tho, line, care of American Coal Co., 50 Exchange
Place, New York. U. H. GlDDINGSj
R. E. DOYLE, Proprietors
San Antonio, July 1, 1858.
OmcK So.voiu E. 3c Mining Co. )
Tulnc, Ffihrunni 25A, 185$. j
tjNTIL THE. POST OFFICE' DEPARTMENT
commence rogular mail service on tho route, a
mail will bo sent from this offico Friday of . each
week to Tuuson, to connect With, tho mail of the
Qvarland Mail Co., both East and West. A mail
will bo received at .tho oflico on Sunday of each
week. S. H. LATIIROP,
HARRIS & MA ROHAN D,
No. 105 Saorainonto street, SAN FRANCISCO.
No. 73 J street, SACRAMENTO.
No. 27 E street, MARYSVILLE.
Tl & M. havo ostablisdiod, in addition to their
11 well-known offices in the interior, a Rranch
Office at "So. 105 Sacramento Street, Huii Fran
cisco, whore they will carry on tho business of
Assaying in a manner to give satisfaction to all who
may favor them witb their ordors.
GOLD SILVER AND ORES of every descrip
tion, promptly and faithfully assayed and returns
made within ix houri.
Having been; established for a period of upwards
of throe v.xrs, during which they havo transacted
all tho business entrusted to thorn in a manner to
Exi'lohino fe Mining Co. )
Tubac, F.-b. to,' 1859. f
n J. OLDS Died uf Consumption on tho 27th
11 ,ln ,f n,.tnlw,r 1BSR urtilln ?ti Mi Mm.L.v.
ment of this company, II. J. Olds. Mr. Olds Was
an American, about 110 years of ago,' a, carpenter by
trade, has a brother soinowhorQ in California, and
U ci.il! in tiML-rtn .tiatnr nnl nU, rolntinno in W!q.
consin. His relatives can learn the particulars of P10 tboir depositors, they feel at liberty to refer
1.: n, nn,l hi- io,r.,i ,iwo.ntot .ih. n u to tlio correctness and liberality' which havo charac-
tain tho amount duo him at' tho time of hi death "J, aU I1 .do'lnS" M fl0tno giaranteo for
on application to S. H. LATIIROP, what tlW will do in the tuturo.
nirtnr of thB Min.. T..,Jn They would especially dwoll upon tho fact that
Ttir.r iHi tmkik uwn wuuK, uiiu lu'inuuioiuro an saie raies
TAAFFE. McCAHILL & CO.
Importers and Jobbers of Foreign and Domtlti
lHlf OOIIf? Aii CAlllTIIVCiSy
Saoramcnto stroot, corner of Front, San Francite,
Cal., and 320 Broadway, New York.
Prints, Sheetings, Shirtings, DriirrDucksr1ikr
Denims, Linens, Towels Tablo Cloths, IH&jvrRr
Table Covers, Quilts, Ac., Diess oods, Silfcs. La
ces, Dress Goods, Shawls, Cashmeres,. Merinos,. Par
asols, Embroideries, Ribbons, Dress TTrimbungi,
Fringes, Gimps, Hosiery; Blankets, Flannels,. Vn.-dor-shirts,
Drawers, Colored and Whito, in Merino,
Silk and Cotton, Ladies' Eeady-Made Under-gar-ments,
very suporior, Alexandre's KxA Glove.
"Ur T. COLEMAN & CO FORWAkKDING AND
' ' Commission Merchants,. San Francisco, Cati
fornia, and New York City.
HOOKS AND STATION ERY.
A PPLEGATE k CO., 4$ MAIN STREET, CBN-
CINNATI, Ohio, offerfor salaan extensive' as'
sortment of Rooks and Stationery;, including
School Rooks, Miscellaneous Book,.
Theological Books, Medina Books;
Account Books, Blank Rooks.
Writing paper of every dtooription,. and all articled
useful in tho library andl counting-room. Mbr
cbunts fioni abroad favoiing us witfii orders for ac
count books or miscellaneous stuck,, will have their,
urders filled with promptness AViilresa
APPLEfiATE k CO.
43 M nun street. Cincinnati, Ohio..
I 'ENRY HOWE & Co., Booksellers aad Station-
crs, Main sticct, Ciuainnatil
MIDDLETON, STROBMDGB; fc CO.
LITKOt.KAl ltl US AND CNaRAVEKS
Corner of Third andi Walnut stK,
STANHOPE a. ROWE & COl,
Third! street, Cincinnati.
7RI01ITSON & CO., BOOK AND JO PRINT-
ERb. loi Walnut stircet, Cmcinnotu.
pASTEN, DICKSON Ss WARLBNGFORD.
' ' Wholesale and Retail calers ini Hardware-.andl
Pearl st.,. Cincinnati.
A, VKKKI.T P.VPEn,
DEVOTED TO RAILROADS & S.TAVBB3-TICS..
Wrjghtspti & Gh, PublifchorB).
167 Walnut sti,,Cincinnatii.
pINCINN TI TYPE FOUNDRY Manufactures
Typo, Printing-Presses, and Printers' Materials'
generally. Orders groinptly filled for any part oT
the United States or Territories., ,
L. T. WELLS, Supt.
L-RANKLIN TYPE FOUNDRY-Mantrfacturcr
1 of Type, and dealers in Printing Maternal, Cin
Our Stereotype Establishment, one of the-largest
in the Union, affords ample facilities for executing?
any orders we may be favored with-.
R. ALLISON, Supt.
nOLI.OCK & M'CALL Wholesale-Deal'ens-in, Pa
L per, Walnut streot; Cincinnati.
FAPliU AND STATIONARY-
VIXON fe CHATFIELD, WholesaEe DcaJcrs in.
Paper of every variety, including: BookSwiv
and Job Printing Paper; Noto, Capv. andi Hotter
Paper; Envelopes, Wrapping-Paper, Jot., xc.
77 and 79 Walnut st., Cincinnati.
TTTESLEYAN FEMALE COLLEGE a Scminaryr
' for Young Ladies. Sessions commence in ths
months of February and September. Rev. T. P..
Wilbur, Princijial, Cincinnati.
jVTASONIC REVIEW A Monthly Magazine, dc
voted to Masonry. Edited and published by
C. Moore, Cin. Turin, $2 per annumV
ANDERSON, GATES & WRIGHT, Bookseller,
and Stationers, Main street, Cincinnati.
nEO. M. DIXON, Wholesale and Retail Drug
w gist, corner of Fifth and Main st. CJn.
LANE A- BODLEY, .
0. RICHARDSON'S SHERRY WINE BIT
TERS. For sale wholesale & retail by
J. N. HARRIS & Co.,
. ..Gonoral Agents for tho West,
No. 5 College Building, Cincinnati
J ATIVE WINES SPARKLING CATAWBA,
and Isabolla Wines, eaual to the bost iinnortedi
Champaigno and still wines, for sale by
JOHN D. PARK,
Cor. 4th Sc Walnut streets, Cincinnati.
IjUGLE INSURANCE COMPANY,
73 Third st., Cincinnati.
FAMILY MEDICINES. JOHN D. PARK.
ti, Ohio, offers for salo a general assortment of Pa
tent Family Medicines. Dealers supplied at whole.
jQARPENTEtt WASTES. A gdod carpont6rcan utonsils used by them, for which thoy roooivod a
premium at iny. (aici ojatp rair. in every uopart
mont nono but tho bca'( of talent is employpil.
As vouchers for tho correctness of their Assays,
thoy rofor with' permission to tlio following Bankers,
who, for nearly thioe years, havo shipped ,bars as
sayed by them to tho Eastern Statos and Europe;
, , ,.,tr , nKPlijRBNCEi L
B. Davidson, Esq., , Mossre. J. Parrntt Jc Co.
Mw. Tollant Si Wilde. ' Bather 'Si Churuh.
havo constatit employment, du aiiplieatjdn to
Director of tho Minos, Tubac. Souora Exploring
und Mining Co , ( , , , ,, . niarftl
T AiBORERS' WANTED; A foiv good Amorican
' Liiborors ban find situations and goodiwages, on
application to , . ; S.-H. LATHR0.P,
Diiec(or.6f tho, 'Mines, Tubac. Sonoru Exploring
and Mining Company. mar
pERRY DAVIS VEOETABLE pAlN KILLER
This well established and successful roraody fo
the ouro 'of cholera morbus, burns, soalds; outs, tte.
etc., is offered for salo wholesale and retail, by
, , J, .N. HARP7S .& ;Co
, No. 5 Collego Building Cincinnati Ohio.
KENNRTT & DUDLEY,
' D'EALERS' in tobacco,