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T H I.' H A l A V.iU.,M.i.u
THE DECEIVED DEVOTED.
i Ovwhm-toe, v.land f
And tho esar- rlitlPniUnl Kt.ee
Tn tb brilit "( the - i , .
ml lh iW-drop aweMly wnlp.ml
l.or.-song. to the hlmhing rose,
And ih bin wavwef th.elreanilel ;i ,
,J.itflod IhelllU' bJ repose, j ... ..,, ,, ,,
Nrath the gold, light they linaarfd,
-. (losing on 1 10 stars above, ., . .
And tlmy took hor hand nnd whispered
8 'ft and stlv'rr wards of lum I
J.da her thut the rnooa that waotWr t
O'v night's starry, slh-nt era, .
Itild uoT b more trn. and rsilnfel
lhan bis apirit'e love would he. ,
T&M hr oeanttthl IT'?'' '. -
1! . . of hranty-star of Ihtn I
lold hsrthat herthlnlns I". J ,
Vore more uplrnilid than ' nipnt-t
T..1-I lim that hor lips were niv-huus,
i Dripping with th. evnlng dw,
Vita tbe bin velps creeping through.
ni bat child In filln.
(rtoihln. with it April tosrs ;
Tree ami h.w'V ae th wlld-btnle,
Never hnowlne doubt, or fi-ars.
An she gave u him lb puree, . ,
.Tew.-l of the spirit's mlue 1
Poured beryonog heart's only luB
i.Jtodiyou a worthies aarlo.
lit grew eM'.'uni tuts, 'and latthlwel, ', '
' Ai d h Vft her nil alone.
tbixwh btr soft tin might hm rolbd , ,
HcnrU as cold unl bard as stoue.
And ah pleaded with rare-see,
M Tl.,.Dtel aim thai, ha wonld not 0 tl r
gut ber w ibh M kls was lavished.
Ou the hi that dealt I ho blow.
History of a Tiger Cat—Singular Additions
to Natural History.
At rt lata moetirttf of the Philadelphia Acad
emy bf Xutural Science, tho following in
tcre3ting Statement wm made:
Dr, Joseph Wilson, (Surgeon United States
duriuir some months, on board the United
States ship Vandalia, a female whelp of I
amul! Ocelot. ( Ftliz vardtilit minimut.) com'
niouly called -'tiger-eat. ' It was obtained at
Realcjo, Nicaragua, in the month of Decern
ber, 1853. At that time it was too young to
eat anything except milk, bnt gradually came
to eat crumbs of bread from net tun, and
small sor.ius of meat. The animal was light
. , . .. .! . t j ;.u J . .1. n : ... : . I
griiv, ocauiiiuuy mnrseu wnu uuiavinjiuLM
rina, and spota, ligbt underneath, hii ears
nii'ita'slinrt. rounded, with a lunated white
spot ett topi the tail abont the length of the
body and nearly black. She was of the size
of an. ordinary cat, aud weighed five pounds
eight onnccs when ten months old. Sue was
transferred to the Doctor's protection in
March, 1839, when her age was conjectured to
be four mouth3. She was named Miss Tiger
by acclamation, and became reconciled to ner
change of abode much more readily than I
was prepared to expect, ' ' '
The Vandalia was miserably Infe9tcd by
rats, and In the course of a few hours Bhe re
ceived uer first lesson in the valuable accom
plishment of catching them. A young rat
was caught in a trap and presented to her at
tention; she hesitated but a moment, when
alio commenced struggling to get at jt, and
when permitted she pounced upon it with
great fierceness; she walked about growling
with her prise, evidently proud of the con
quest. Sue aiterward pfayed with it for
about three hours, performing many fantastic
tricks In the way of tossing it up and catch
ing it. as it came down, turning somersaults
aud rolling over with it in her paws. After
this the seemed quite at home, and required
no more lessons in rat-catching, thongh she
eventually becams) very expert. It occa
sionally happened that a rat was seen or
beard in a store room or corner from which
tbore was no secret escape, and in all such
cases Miss Tiger was immediately called
upon and carried to the scene of action. She
generally pointed out by her actions the lo
cality ot the object of pursuit, and stood ready
to pounce upon it at the very first opportu
nity., On these occasions she sometimes
made tremendously long hounds, say ten feet.
Escapes in these cases were very rare.
She eventually came to understand this
busiqess so well, that when called she would
run qui and exhibit an eagerness to be picked
up and carried, comparable to that of a child
which expects to be lifted Into a carriage. In
attacking rats she was quite tearless, and so
far as known was never hurt by them. She
mostly seized them by the back of the neck
or bead, but was not all particular if these
parts did not happen to be the first in her reach.
She soon crushed the skull by forcing her
long cu3pid teeth through it, generally kill
ing her prey so quickly that it was not even
heard to squeal. After ' playing with it a
moderate time, she would eat it, commencing
with the bead ivnd progressing steadily till
she finished with the end of the tail, only
atoDDinir a moment to lick her chops, when
she came to the heart or other tit bit. Im
agining that the hair aud bide were not very
ffoml food for ber. I once nartiallr skinned
one that she might learn to tear on the skin
and leave itj but this was labor lost, as she
immediately began to eat the skin, hair and
all, in preference to the other art.
Rats were sometimes taken from her and
thrown overboard, as she occasionally caught
more than she could manage to eat; but she
soon began to show her disapprobation of
this measure by a very startling, fierce and
threatening growl. The first occasion it
waked me up at abont midnight, and when I
went out to inquire what was wrong with
Miss Tiger, I found her sitting near a big rat
and growling in a very unusual and start
ling manner at about six men whom she had
driven from their beds by her threatening.
They were standing around her with various
weapons in their hands, but there was very
little prospect of moving her without some
apvera bites and scratches. As I approached
a little nearer than the rest," she showed a dis
position to take her prize in her mouth, and
while her teeth were thus employed I caught
her by the top of her shoulders, and she per-
mtttea me, wnnoui me xeasi resistance to
carry her off, Tat and all, to a place on deck,
where her growling could not disturb the
She was frequently carried off in thi man
ner afterward, both by myself and by others.
She Tould sit by the hour, very quietly, near
her property, till she was disturbed by some
movement near ber, when she would conv
mence with her threatening growl, which
was loud enough and fierce enough to make
the nrmest stand nacK, nil iney naa Been ana
reflected on the state of affairs. She had
another gentle, plaintive growl, which she
used in calling- for her "breakfast and on
showing dissatisfaction on ordiiiaay slight
oc casions. ' She had no cry which could be
rnmnared to the mewiutc of a cat but she
could purr to perfection when in search of
warm lied. Her favorite food was rare beef
steak, wh'ih she even preferred to rats; but
hunger ud petting eventually indnced her
to eat bread and butter for her. breakfast,
whenever she;kad a night of unsuccessful
The gentleness of this pet was really as ten
ia Ding, one auowea neraeii iu w pitaou up
by anybody, without any worse mark of dis
aatiatactiou than sv little srrowlinir. Even
when feeding, and under apprehension that
ber rat was aoout to oe lunen irom ner, sne
would aot bite nor scratch. She would play
with ahandkereeicf much in the same man
ner as With a rat. She was fond of being
handled, aad when rubbed with the hand she
would roll about on her batk and pretend she
was goiug to bile, seising the lingers between
ber teeth, trrowiiim and bitlnsr with such
cantiout gentleness as not to be m any dan-
ger of wounding the skin. Bnt one excep
tion to this occurred: one of the officers at
tempted to play with her in this manner with
kid gloves on, and was immediately pnnlshed
fur his foppery by having bar long teeth in
stantly forced through both hie glove and
bis finger. ' ' ; ' .
She may have perceived mm difference
between she lextare of the gloves and that
the fingers on, which she wag accustomed
try her teeth She knew very well where
find warm sleeping places. She would for
this purpose visit die Daminock of tu uieaai
night, and awaken aty sleeper she happened
to fancy by patting hint gently on the face
with ber tW4t. "encouraged and welcomed
by a pat on the bank or top of the bead, she
would lie down either against bis breast or
bis feeb but if refused b oaf or (wo, very
gentle boxes on the tar, she would retire with
a discontented irrowl and seek a nun hoanit.
able sleeper. How aba learned to distinguish
between toe lap on toe head nS jjsiajki
ipprobation, tad thotaoa the sidas of tbs op-J
posit glgnfrtation, is snhjeet of y!rtry,T
noaite fflcmmttinn. i I
hnt thara ia nn rimiht nf the fact perhaps
snmo of the men liave taught her the differ
ence by boxing hei more energetically.
She was very fond of licking the men
about the face and gently pinching their ears
In her teeth, and although she frequently en
gaged in this disagreeable nm moment, she
nevur wonmied any one in the least while
thus occupied. In cold wenthrr she was Tery
fond of getting between blankets, and re
quired but the sliirhtct encouragement to
rrawl into the verr middle of a bed and coil
herself tip in this position for her morning
On One occasion it was noticed that she had
a large tumor on the side of her face and a
large abscess formed. It was at first supposed
mat sue naa nun ner luce in piaying wun a
cattish; some one, however noticed that it
proceeded from an Irremilnritv In sheddlntr
one of the milk teeth. ()ne of the officers, of
uncommon seal in such matters proposed to
hold her while the obnoxious tooth was ex
tracted. I determined to gratify him in this
matter, and to the astonisment of all he held
Miss Tiger on his lap while I extracted the
obnoTiniis tooth Witb a nair of forceps, and
neither or us were scratenea curing me ope
ration. ' '
She was fond of dark places, and delighted
in runaing about deck and up tho rigging,
eariv in me ruominen ana on ciuuut uts.
When the men were called aloft to furl "top
gallant sails, she would jump to the shrouds
ana nave a race wim mom up 1Ka,"rti
and with very little efiort she was "first man
in me too. i...
Bhe generally showed so much excitement
tn the presence of birds, that doubtless her
instinct would lead her to seise them. She
killed three or four chickens, at different
time', secretly, and off Cape Horn she seized
and killed an alabatross of at least double ber
weight. A common green parrot was at one
time on board and she was exceedingly eager
to get at it, but she was boxed a little on the
earn and her head turned the other away
few times, till she appeared to understand
that it was not tor ner. ouosequeniiy, wnen
she appeared to be watching it too intently,
she wes boxed a little and driven, till in about
a week she seemed to regard it as one of the
In the beginning of December we were
passing the West India Islands, the ship in
her course, starting flocks of riving fish, In
which Mis Tiger became interested, they
looked so mnch like birds, 8he was observed
in tile muumiglll wmcuiug tuciu wij iu-
tentlv. Her nbsenc was noticed at break
fast. A search through the ship made it cer
tain that she had been lost overboard during
the night;"! " - 1
"Makb Papa Sat Amm" A Sknbisli
Child. A minister's wife says: "The first
time I took my oldest boy to church, when he
was two and a half rears old. I managed,
with caresses, and frowns, and candy, to keep
him very still till tne sermon was nan done.
Br this time his patience was exhausted, and
he climed to his feck and stood on the seat
looking at the preacher (his father) quite in
tently. 1 nen, as u ne naa nit npon a certain
relief for his troubles, he pulled me by the
chin to attract my attention, and exclaimed
in a distinct roioe, 'Mamma, make papa say
Monetary and Commercial.
, , Monetary matters yesterday were reported
ftctlTe, m far u domand wu concerned; but general
bmtnuse wu unlet In Third-itreet, and the are
ffftto or transactions were not large. The offerings at
the Discount Houses were equal to tbelr means and
disposition to accommodate; but still holders of good
1'aper bad little, dithcalty In disposing or it at the
regular rutes 1012 per cent.
Currency ho not Improved this week, as was sup
r"d it wouM; but haa, on the contrary, rather fl
nilnlHbcd. withoat cauttlng etringuncy as ynt In any
fjiiartor, i'he markt, however, uuvy be, aiid U, cvn
sidrred olCN by all the Bankers.
Vtuitern xcnauKls steady, thmijrh not very brink,
at buyiug and H pretn. selling: slight roncesftiuns
Deing ntaou occasionally on mow rmv. a do iijt
is lets than It was at tho opening of the week.
Uold is quiet, with little local iniuiry or demand
fur shipment, aud few sates are madeol Mew Orleuus
Kxchiiiigti, which in iu light supply.
'l'ime-oins are offered very sparingly, sixty-days
tn thi Kant belug quoted at salO, and iu -fcew Urlcaus
at inal2 per ceat. per annum.
Umr was iu atiiiuated -lemand yesterday, but no
rhaaged Iu rntea: 5,oO0 barrels, all extra, selling at
7ok5 W fur tiJr, and W DUaO UA fur white Wheat,
nnd $6 lu fcr fancy brands. Whisky was unaltered,
with ft fair di mund, ami the market clmsod Arm iu
c msequenceof tho faTorubla adviceH from New York.
The sales were l,2uu barro!, at )7sul7Hc. Provi
sions hardly suettuned tbenutflveM; the demand be
ing T'jry light for articles at our lant quotations, aud
on this aocouot no salea of consequence occurreu.
WhudL Brley and Oats were firm, and prime white
Hht'llod Corn advanced, and or J mo Ityo also went up.
the imports and exports of various articles during
the twenty -four hours ending yesterday noon were:
,fmjxrt Appimi. 2 brl.; barley. .V7 bUrtUels; but
ter, i5 pkgit; Candles. ; Coru, 3,lo2 bmhels; Cheese,
st lt..aa iVift.-A if, hsin; Klfiur. 7M brls.: IIhv.
3U.1 hales; Uogf, 4t0 head, Lard, 60 brls. aud loi kegs;
Molasses, A brls.; Malt, 37 bus.; Cats, 1 , 1 1 biu.;
!ork and Bucun, hhds., tierces, barrel,
boxes, and posmds; Potatoea, vttt brls.: bugac,
hhds.; 8alt, barrels; Wheat, 500 buh;
Wliisky, 1,557 barrols.
ExBortA Doles. brls.: Barley. 1,(M6 bushels: Bnt-
tor, 61 pkgs.; Candles, boxes; Corn, bushels;
Cheese, Vj5 boxes; Coffee, 66 bags; flour, 1,7'.3 brls.;
llay bales; Hogs, hoaa; iara, ne Drts., iw Regit;
Molasses, liu brls.; Malt. bus.; Oats, bus.; 1'ork
and Bacon, 1V4 hhds.. 2i ttsreos, lv3 barrels, 16
boxes, aud pound h; potatoes, sa Darren; sugar,
ho hhds.; Salt, U brU.; Wheat, bushels; Whisky,
1,236 barrels, , . .
The rates of fix Change and Coin t the close of
bank hours yesterday were :
New York Sight pre in. H prein.
Philadelphia -tspreui. i preiu.
Boh ton M .... .p.H.. 35 to s prem. h preiu.
Baltimore W..HH.....4 to prem. H prem.
Mew Orleans. ..n..mH. par. M prem.
American UildHHaMH.f.wHw.) pram. 4uu. prem.
Cacurvent U without any particular chanfv, and
e auote thus: Indiana HLock !d: Virsiuia inaceot
Wheeling hanks and branches) Hi Iowa 1H; Illinois
114; WiticouKin !'; Missouri l't; Bt. Louis City
Mary tan a ,S; UicblKan l; urth Carolina H fioutn
Carolina l; Ueorjut 1; utuada l; Fvunsylvanla l
Tuesday's Tribune thus refers to lost week's Now
York Bank Statement, the leading change in which
have been telegraphed :
The Bank Statement of weekly average 1 un
exiMctedlv favorable. Tha louna show a small In
crease, due undoubtedly to the preparations for the
pay ments or in nu insc, wnue ine specie reserve
shows an Increnaeof over half a million. The ship
ments of Saturday last do not show In thia state
usiit, and wilt bring down the averages of the next
statement. The following one will again have the
advantage of California arrival. Th deposit lino
snows a moaeraie increase,
The following ia a statement of th condition
the Banks of the city of New York;
AdHI. Mav 5.
Loans.......J17,0K.,677 iUltfvjyi Ino...$3OT,l'.VI
flix-Ci. 23,249,10 jAtAr,,M Inc.. 5I6,'J.T7
(ircnlation... H.14AH 9.art.oil lno 642.i7
Tuesday's New York Etrald Inform us as to Mon
day's Monetary matters In that city:
There U no change to report in the money market.
wnougn many uroKers ainnn tna. it is nnuor
tone; still we do nut hear that any broker with good
curiUet finds it uilucult to borrow at Ave per cent,,
or that first-class double-name October or November
paptir can not be Hold at tSaA. The amount of money
(MWKjng .OTeaimrui is in excess Of me aemanai mnn,
tnougn moii-utary names may occur among
iDiwn, tun Kroerni iduuidct ui iae maraoi can
naraiy oe upwaru iortne present,
orsiacu eiLoliiaiiaTM orwuat dull aat fWtnrdnr! rlalata
for no day sterling bills, aud &.Vi
franca. The large business which wa done for
VoMdtrbiU seems to have satisfied the present wants
of remitters, To-morrow, psruaps, the market may
be more active. From present appearances
atvrteu, wnicn aaii on waneeaay, will nut take
The change ia last week' Philadelphia Bank
lfttment from th previous week wart as follows:
Capital Stock Inc. f lft,040
Loana....H..w M M......In. l!
pcie...-.wi...WM....,...t.,. , loo. ' CM
Dcatrvm othar Hn,1 .-,,,, r,, , , ,, n 12,w6
Duo to other Banks.., s....leo. 17ii,.'.37
DepOrdt....w..-. Ino. 24.1,718
lrcuLallon...j.r.,..,...... Dec. : 6il,3ri2
lu Bueton, Philadelphia and Baltimore Monetary
Aittot are very easy, and the supply of capital is
excess of tile demaud. (Jail loans rule In thosu c'ties
atakoutpef Oviit,, and approved Papar i dui
MeiHy fa still elose in New Orleans at 7S10
reut. for good aasoee; the Bank having more uflVr
IngH than they caa aooouamodate. ttight Kxcbange
o'i new ion ruien at wa)7 premium, ana Bixty-duy
Ht. Louis and Ohieasu finance ar tolerably eav.
" afiu vyrrnnuj w in targe rutum. mi in uauaing
nonK. rwiern r.xi:nauKe lu botb elties 1, sellin
a 1 1 presui urn, w lift
downward tendency in
CmamMATi Oattli V iiinwNo rhAno
r.uuw iiuw wn wwi oecvrrea, aurinc
whist, was not active, aud closed nnit vith ini.un.
wejisl tendency lu prices. The market has been
eupplied eencrally, tbouah btasva and Lambs have
T!.7tJr ,lVJtf'wi,1 J"
wi. . p, M7 aaA Hogs, J,d63, and quotaliuiis at
ItwfCatil. ,. fnini 3 7 to S0; eYtra, S to
r.u''""' 24 - Hhee, from U to 1 25: evtra
sdulh " S AO ta a; sura coru fc, 4
qoisiATi Hoaas MAaa The city borse
market, for the w,kdu IsMavening, ni rather
dull tb.a otherwise; tb. Total sale, amounting
relpts hav. lewn from Ohio anally, w'th a number
Btaias, ariuelpatly Kenlacky, Xeniasaae. vfi Miasiaj-
CINCINNATI, May 9.
FLOOR Tho demand was quite active to
ly, without any change la prices, f lie sales add lip
an barrols, all eitra, at fi 7Ha Mor fair extra)
o wiaA for extra wniia warns, ann " iv ra- imnuy
rands. A dealar rrumiiooi t-ia Donrntquiui largely.
this demand aas mot I'reoly by holders.
V H Ina V Mo enanga in ins nwaraa; imomini
Is fair, aad the market ehsied aria unilor I lie a. I vie
from New York. The anloa comprise l.KOU barrels, at
17Sal?Hc, the latter rata ror wagon.
limvlHlita'l ThM area not auneh domand for
ny article to-dar. oioopt at lower ratea, and hol lers
contending for full rrlcea: ho salea transpired. ls
Pork and Baron wnlil hava boon bought on rat hor
aaaltr terms than tbey could ywtaruar: !0 hbda.
clear Itaooo sirtes sold at lo-sc.
UIL--A saleoirj Pres. i.insaoa at ooo.
OKOUI0R1K8-N i change la tin markatl tha de
mand Is moderate. '
W II K AT There Is a coniinnen good nemann lor
tho prime qualities, and ih.am-.rket la Brm nt SI i
a 1 4.1 for Vbile, and SI as a I Sa for Bad. Spring
la In fair domand at l is a 1 il. .
CORN The demand la artlra, and prima Whlto
helled kaa advanced to am.. In bnlk. Lur, la bulk.
Is nrin at w a BOc., and mueu, anellou, al arc. oaies
nf euu bush, prlmo W lilta, shelled, at o.c, lucluding
UATB The aemana m nur, ana me maraei swaur.
at a we. in bulk.
K Y E T here Is a good demand, and prime has ad-
vanced to 1)4 a (Be. Balm HKl bush, at UOC
BAULKY Tho markat for arlma la firm, with a
Eoud demand at 53 a. vc.; Inferior Is uun.auu irregu.
ir In prices.
JIAx-frlmaTlmothv Is In fslr demand at 111a IV
V ton. In bales, on arrival, and J-'.' a M luoaa; In car
foes Interior la dull at JI2 a 14.
i;u rr.sh i ne aiaraos lor now wun mm
Tho stock of old la light, and Iho demand good at
limlO'io. far Weatara Beserva, and llallAic. for Lug-
llsli Dairy: sale ul luu boxes now ai ic.
u,. ,.',.,. ., I fraah In It, aooil domand. and IllO
market firm at KalJMi. for Wostarn Keserva, and Kft
.M.forCrntralOhlv. Inferior Is dull at Balm.
AI'PLEa-Thora are but few In tho market, and
prices are awral uomlual at f P' harrol hr
i7iTATrllrjtTharw la an Imnraved demand, but
without any change in prices. Wo uuoto prima
Kortliern at fl 4ial 75 per barrel, and common at
750. a. l aaiaaaiaw oris, i-iuaeyos ai so.
Pnti.APii.PHiA. Mav 9. Flour firm and
onlo!: snnarflna So SS. wheat declined Jc.: sales of
J.issi bushels red at at 4V and white 91 wi M. t orn
heavy: salea of 14,01X1 bushels at 74a73c. Whisky dull
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stzs and weijehts, to which we Invite the at ten
01 Uardware lealers, uruprKW, etc.
. iJIXoN A CI1ATFIELD, '
nirs If and 79 Walnuts treat,
m ivt wa pnaiiiirj juoi mx . m.
J 'i50 freth Coco Shells. For "!, wholesalw-
and retail, br A,McIKN AL1 CO.
pir7 06 and Branch 49 West Fourlh-
Brt.17 van R VRH JfTt
AT Uiicen jarsassorteitireBervoi.- JTor sulr.whol
Baii must iv hail, uj n. mti"M r i. is i. v,,
ni rT , ftfl and Branch 10 Want K.nrth-t
..i ....a ..n i.w a u,riiaTii th a. nn
VI.KB BILLr.Hli.AD PAPKR. -U00
reHins ruiuu j. i. u ana a to a snout ni KUDtiriur
QUailiy Ol 1 apstx . iu. rectiiTon ami ior win
, . MXON ft CH ATKlalLl), '
uaA ?7 and 7tf Walnut-street.
ii... ,. I . r m , . ri. -
mfMioner of the nuperlor and Common Pleas Oourls,
Hank ButMlaa. aora-veeas eoniar OS oiMa -aoo
SUNDRIEe- 1 '1 1 ' - ' -K
bM ritark mils Two,huhsl Bag. -j,
100 bows M. K. Kalslna. , , . , ,
4 7 boiea Cayer Balslns. . ' ,
1171 ona-hair and ooe-fuurth draau Figs.
I He- oiw. fourth ken Vrauae. .
15 doMU rresh Pln.-ap
I Scases Klnser's Native Catawba Wine.
, I Slwi
nan Baf Bum I Wee Udla.)
iHtrreie auiia usweauous.
wavkuella. : i
auKorsala. AABON A. ROLTfB,.
r saw. Asnun a. wumn,,
Jto. sU and 341 Mala-atra.4,
"W. S. Braman & Co.s
Tha attauttuB or familial Is now for ttaa first tiros
pnbllclr ukad lr tha uanufactursrs to tlielr saw
atyla of ,
Thar bar submitted It t trial and tha arltlcal
jodimant of tha bast machanlcs and ax ports, bj all
of whom It hai Iwan conceded to ha ona ol to
BEST MACHINES .HUE MARKET J
Thla Machlna la now nut before tha nubile on Its
own marlta. and will ba found rqnai to tha most ax
penslva machines, iu all tha fvllowlo particulars,
and In soma respects altogether superior i
I. In simplicity of construction and action I
In durabllitr and non-llabllltr to got out sf
order i '
3.-lu tha cualltr nd amount of work which It
will do In a given time 1 ,
4. In tha facility with which it will work on all
kinds of fabrics, from tha coarsest to the lineal
cloths aud texture. 1
fl. In the ease with which one can learn to as it
. While with chenpoees, combined with excel
lonco, and In the esse with which it runs, It ia with'
oat a parallel;
7.-!otton, silk and linen can be nud from tha
Persona in want of Machines are reapaotfitllr In
rlted to call and examine ours before purchasing
agents, traveling and local, are wanted to sell this
machine throughout the United Blates.
W. E. BRAWU CO.,
COR. FOURTH ANn.WAI.NnT,
m.M CINCINNATI, OHIO,
COAL COOKING STOVE
HAI KEEN PRONOUNCE!) BY COMPE
TENT judges 10 be tha BEST COAL COOK
INUSTOVK EVEIl IJT'a7-ETtaTg'33I3 1
SIX SIZES: PATENTED DECEMBER 7, I8S8.
For sal, by the Tuventor nnd Manufacturers,
KtimS, PECKOVER & CO.,
SOVEXTT lltOS FOCSDERY, ' '
No. 333 Fourth-Street, Cln.
W. II. PlIIILIl,
Real Estate, Note and Bill Broker,
No. 83 Wost Third-street,
cisgiNSATi, omo. , ,
BUSINESS PAPER CASHED AT A FEW
Money Loaned on jCollateral He-
enrity. . ,
REr.nr.wrv. Messrs. Oil more, Duulan A Co., Bank
ers ; C. c. Adao .v Co., Bankers j Bonn swasey at uo..
recers; U. M . Uisbopft Co., Urocers ; Huaw, Huell
Biirbotir. IJrv Uoods Moruhauta: John si. Green.
L-umb.tr MercliHtit. apl-tf
EC.' ''IV. CL ARK,
CSDcousoa to KIIU S CO.,) ', '
MANUFACTURER t WHOLESALE DEALER
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
NO. 40 MAIN-8TREET, CINCINNATI,
' ImylTI '
r anr nrnPTVinii iiaiy. V
S PUK8S. the very uewust HtvleH of llONNKT. UlB-
iioN, rar.NCH IVitTiririAL Fluweks, cuildbsn'
Hats. Hushes. Crapes. Blond Laoes. Stsaw 'iaiH-
H1MUS, UOMMET C EAJIE8 aud allUlMWY UOOIM,
Wholesale and Retail,
ma24 ' NO. 1S4 FIFTH-8TBMT.
WTsiiKsn i nvie n HPiren oymters
M? Just recolvcl, 115 dozen cans fresh Cove
rora.tle, wholesale and retail, by
A. Di'inonsuu m w.,
00 and Hranr.b v Wost FiMtrtb-st.
fill' I mm
fWM 1VEW MLSIC. fyw$
-btitht PiiniTsiirtn-'THK nil.LM
J llOnOimif fiCIIO'l flSCH," dedlrutcd to
pupils ol the lllllshornugh k uniale College, sty
Augustus liiuae. rrice ou reins,
tJU West Fonrth-stieot.
TtTST RECEITEP, A CHOICE LOT
tat Guitar auu violin Btrlnks. 'ine
tuality of these btrillfis has been
HiorouEhly tosti'd by experienced
iuitarlsts and Violinists, and pro
uounued superior lu every respuot, "
! ,. ...... JOHH Clil'KOH, .
mal. No. 0(1 West Fourth-street,
T01,I WEDAT. PTAN0-THS BEST
sua AMtuiUA. eteck a crupe soi
Vew York) powertttl toliod double
sruod-nction (oiir.-rt Vliinos. pro-
ny Ltista, lu.iioergautiovi
Ct-at artists tbe best In eaiiteoce,
A . III .nil I..-. r...- ,i.un env
any other deftle'r
tlieallv.' l'laiios aud Molodea t-med and repaired
thoront'iily. I'iiinos to lot at from ,u. SIS imrquar-
ler. Mllsioal Instrument wiling at hall-prior,
i. it buy or rein h 1'lauo until, yoti bu caliad and
, .... liUII'TlVfl DUO. .Bole A ronta,
, 1'iatio Heelers and SliiHrr.,
ti7 Sn.m W. Fifth-street, near Plum
J.I. & 15. BRUCE.
street ii all road Cnr mnd Qmnibuf MaB,
III) D CABS .rid OMN'IBUilES, which w. will
rant eiiual In style, nnlsh and (turaoiiity, aua
low ri 'tas. a. any mitd. in tie, .ouutry. ; . . , -tiftmi-poHior
of Tlilrd iViyiii..stia.la. , Sll.tf
a irainniiiT.i'r.i.iw Nn NOTAR
m : . i. I I . . .V .1 ... Ill . L .11...... .v .
bjiis promptly atvend 0 , A WJUm
. I V II
Ui :'.'U 1 -il l 11 1
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
13 and IT East Colnaibla-straet,
t IBB AND
Tha; bar gltes
rni:l.A H PRO!
BOtli- BA rK3
tve oiler a rewara hi vna, ihulphoi. .-v
t.AllS bi anr Hereon that ran. up to the present lime,
show a single Instance wherein they bar lallea to
T their oontenta.
With this HAS K wa cnaiisnga ail annaauuoii, i
k.t... .1.. Iu... Vl Pr,. l llnrfflar Pnxif. or Fl!
and Burglar l'roof now maiel and ara willing w test
ing tlrt to forfeit to the other the sum of 12,io.
. " i ... r..nl), m l,aMr Hafa and at leas
than any other manufacturer in .tha United
Stntes. . . .
Becond-nann naieaoi oxnar rnnaera wi.u.
W'e euetwwt Hills itirlu the nubile to call and exjua-
luo our stock before purchnalug elsewhere.
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
eul-ar ' Nee. IS and It East Oolnmhlatraaa
isainiiHa Fl.l.ll. ir.
I"! at last just what the Ladles have tmg neo.
and looked fur in vain, the UTERI N K FLIXIB.
The Uterine Klliir is warranted lo enre all dis
eases of a uterine nnturel Inflammation, or tno
Womt), the Moneys, ine uvnriee, sou i;
Prolapse or Falling of the Womb, Puinful Mcnstru
i'hi.wu.i. A mennrrhea. In fact, a nerfect core
Is gimrnntcad by the use of from two to nv bottlea of
the Klixlr, or any diamine whatever of the Generative
aud Urinary Organs, of mnle or frinnla, no matter or
how longstanding. Price $1 per bottle.
MADAME S1.CI8 calls particular attention tnthe
following Card of one ol tue moat prominent irug-
lots of Cincinnati:
To th Publie and th4 Ltutft in Particular:
"We, tho undersiijned. are not In tho habit of git-
a - ... I...n.. Kln.llxlaa.ista ImiI k flllwa-l nD UMII
tho Ladv Fhysickan, and the medicine called, the
IT....iA Vllw If wa. rriau.rfil 1 1 mnim Hinnii It toall IB
malrs mitTi-Ting from Female Disease of any kind; tt
is pnrely vegetable, and in no case can do injury: we
aar to all try. aud ourwurd lur It, ym will nnri rellel.
"K. D. HILL, Prumlst,
" . "Corner ol rilth asd Ilaoa ,traeU."
' MADAME KLT.I9-8A8PANISH filMTJLATINO
COCllll AND LIVER BALHAM cures, without roll,
Pains In the Urenst, Buck, bide or Llmba; OoukIis,
Colds, lionrseneea. Dittlcultr "f Breathing, Hrad
arhe, Fl.'itnlency, Heartburn, Chronic Itheumntlitni,
Bilious Colic, Cramp Colic, Griping Pains of the
B 'Wels, Dullness, Stupor, Inactivity, Los. or Arpa
....I in Duii. it,l M..n.itri.ilitii It Is a certain cure.
and gives iinmodiate rellel. lu any or theaboYedls
eaeea it will give relief In twentr mlnutea, and a Der
ailment euro by the nee of two bottles. Only AO cants
per bottle so cheup that every person can get It,
v. n r.Ml hv K n. llll.I.. Druuelst. corner
of liuca and Kifth-stroetsi J. I). PAKK, corner tf
s'ourth aud Walnut ; HUIIin, EiiKMTBis a uti.,
corner Vine and Kimrth; .IKIIN PIOKSON, corner
of John and Sixth-sMi.j PAUL IIK1NLK1K, corner
of Eighth aud Freeman; tOWAUU 8UANLAM
CO., corner of Muin aud Fourth; aud ilADAMB
KLLlH. U West Hilh jtrei.t. aewn-ar
A. M. Cook.
IM. H. COOK &
GREAT WESTERN PLANING MILL
BEtVTEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH -BTBKET8, CIN-
I , C1NSATI, OHIO. . "
N CONSEQUENCE OF HAVING EN;
TlltK.l.v nhiimliiiteil in Diiif III tne Cliv. ana
turned onr attention to prepnrlnff building materials
ol every ueBcnpuon, w enn aaioiy say ma. ,u-
In the business and our facilities enable
hi n r Inilnremeiit. to builders In the city and at
distance unsurpassed, iremiitled, By any outer sinn-
W ol.o uianufactui Veneers of all deKriptlons,
and keep on hand nn assortment of Mahogany, Rose,
wood. Walnut aud Uak Veneers. Also, Pine Backing
I'. nave just reccivea loriy luousanu iee.
Keil cellar, ni nne qualiry, wnicn we cnu sen u.
loss nrieo than it ha over been sold for in this mar
A. B. OOLVILLE,
lTO. 41 EA8T HKCOND-STttEET, BE-
I TWKlN 8ycara'ro and Broadway, (Jincinuatl.
eps TerY description of Counter, liatform, Cattle,
ulroad lienot. and Track tkalesi Trucks, iron
ttepitiriujc aone on tne snorcesi nonce. , . .
II. P. ELIAS'S ;
NEW WHOLESALFJ 1 "' '
W atcli & Jewelry House,
i 16 West Fourth-street;'"1;
nminit siAni n tiin every AkTI.
FT CIK appertaining t the buwinowi. at a much
lesi price, for C AdU, tlinn bu over bofuru twea offered
in this market
GIVE C9 A CALL.
And see fer rnnraelvea. '
ROOFING ! ROOFINGJ .1
npiIB OtJTOAIiT ELASTIC WETALWO
cheapest JUotal Hour nw iuea, iu menu iuvdk
tested by an experience of year lu thle city and
clnity. Applied to Aat or stoop, old or now build
ings. Ho.rn.uer UMoa Luicinea Nouruy wuaaai
BsiHitrA tii tha fir tt ii ii nf tha ulemfllitil. -
Pr pared beeU, b-Jicd for hipment to any part
tne uniteu staiuH, can oeappuea oy anyonwwiiuor
dlnary iuecnauiclikili. Uitiura promptly niieo
CA IjDWEIjL tt CO.,
myle-tr - i3 weat Beeopq-wreei.
- A C. PARRY,
Tin-plate and Sheet-iron Worker
Baa removed to
AGENT FOR BTEWART'H AIR-TIGHT
Sninmiir milWinlAr liooklna. stove. Also
fir Carter's Ftlteriug Hydrant, where tt may be
Jobbing don with promptnei
i and dispatch.
COR. BROADWAY 4e tRONT-STS.
THIS ESTABIilSHHIENT HAVINU
pitsxed aaaiu luto the hands of the subscriber,
ano unuergouo a morouBn iiiiprovnniorti, ,
sprctfully solicits a cull from his old friends and
pnbiio Rnneraliy. lie lavorauie location oeui
the victnily or the dlifureut railroad unices, front
Ins stnamboat landln makea it a convenient
pins nlac. for aasaensurs, , .
BOARD $1 PER DAT.
sWTFIv o'clock break fat for early train. -"
SpW-bd ., B, r-CLEVIiBlSU.yrop't.
I Family Work-Room. '"
MISS III. E. WILIiIAMS WOULD RES.
I'lCOTKt LLY lulnrui th. laduta of Uineinliati
and tlia aubllo aeuarullv. .that she ha. .nsned
VAMII.V WO Ilk. Rllll M at Ika omca of tha
A Baker Sewluil Machlna Cumpany, No. W
S ,ilirlhtrMl. ttlura ulm i. nr. ru-t Mil t1 m.nulaotlir.
Ladles and t'lilldreus' Undar Garments, UliirU,
Bosoms and Tucked Skirts, which tor dorabllltf
lunttiiees are unsurpassed
B. Particular attention paid to the aMaafaotar
ox uunareu e vioiniuE ui every aescriptiou.
G W. BOWLER, s
PROFESSOR IN TH1 yETERINARY
tXif.l.LUli OV HlJUUkWKe. OtUce, No.
BUthireet, hotwaa llaiu aud Walaat, sjiaoluaati.
FINE 11 CCA AN BODDEAfX
li.r Hal,Lfii. .limt -nt.'lTpd. 50 rohei dutible
itltod Qonluaua OU i ltt 4ogant decantura Lwtea
4 doycu FloreittM) Oreame. Also an Involoit
riur Mult Vinfirnr. Tlili TliiHBHr tl Ol" a moft
cloua uaviir.and la ttenactly fre freim anyntineral
fUsMtanca. jroriaieiiy j' tin u at r-o,
i i r.o, (
national xneaur duu
T TP ciTVTT-IYPTjrp TJ VT
JCJI11 auav - m ai, -
CI.EANKIt OF 4IJNK8 AND VACI.TS,
No. v Misth-alre.t, Ixdwna Vlu asioTUM.,
tb. aisillcal Uolleae, Uinulnuau, Vblo.- rerexius
luav imv him with th.u-batrouajceuannilyonuno.
4 iuailBy aauwarinaa km.hih
l t'i m.'-r i ail-a.-j;
MUSICAL. MISCELLANEOUS. INSURANCE
Incairyorateid J8l.-Charter Feraetaal.
Cash Capital Enlarged Half Million
j i, .i ..,vor oonarti n , i "r
A OFNCY FSTABI.I8HKD IN CINCIN-
ixV. NATf III 1f'iH, anto-datlnl all nrosent local
in.nranc cuinpnnie. sua uaencies IU loo iii-.in hiivd
buslneas la this city. ThlrtT-fla -rears' constant
duly hera, combined with wealth, e porlrnre, enter.
fnsa and liberality, especially commend the Atna
nsaranca Company to the mvnrabla pntmnsgo of
thia eommnnlty-randlng lotltarr and alnna, tha
erne survivor ana iiviu papaoer ol wiucinvati unuer
writers of ISM -1 ' -
The largest loss .Ter onstalned by anr Insurance
company at one lira In Ohio waa try tha Atna, at
Chillirothe, April, IMS, and amounted to SlU.iUl si,
mostlyaafd prior to thirty days after tho Are. .
. Losses paid in Cluolunati durlug tho past six years,
j 0177,043 TOw-muM
Cash Capital,' - - $1,500,000!
' Absolute and nnimpalredt with a net surplus of
And the prestlcrn of rVrtHins ftars encoeet nd ex-
i psrisucvt imw.uuiim w ,
OTcr $100,000 in Ohio Securities
1 1 FIRB AND INLAND NAVrOATlOM.
Htsks acoepted at trms oonsitnt with solvency
and fair prollts. Eepcial attention glvn to Insur
ance of Dwelling and contenU for terms of one to
flTApVoatlon made to enf dnry authorised aireni
Cmptly attended to. By strict attnnll.iu to a lenit;
ue Insuranco bn sinew, this Coinpnny is enabled
to otter both .ndeiuni-jr lor the pet and seotuit h
the future. Iullcles Usfted without delay, by ,
CARTER': XfNDHBV, Aentii,
.A No. 40 Main-street, and No. 171, Yln-trt,
J. J. HOOK tilt, Agont, Fulton, Kth Ward
vr A.ii.vii'iim i , uiiiu.t
arn. s Pi
UnLIC I.ANDINO, BKTWEKN
H MAItT AMI) all(0A
CafUal Stock,.,. - ..$180,000 00
j Fire aud Marine Hlaka
Takes st fair rstaa. Losses equitably adjusted and
i promptly paid.
Dlascrou S. Bannlni
Joseph 0. Bntler, R. M
Bishop, T.J. Weaver, w.
on. 1. J . weaver. r . i. mooirw, a. " . wurii
Moores, j. w . vononuo,
B. . Ualuea. tt. W. trowbrlilge, J. U. Lehmer.
Vf. M. KloiiainsoN. Becretary.
wa. p. ctTBaTToH, Burreyor. .
Western Insuranoe Company
I, ' Ot CINCINHATI, ' '
OFFICE IN THE SECOND STORY OF
No. a Frunt-street, between Muin aud tiyua-
Thla Oompany la taklna Fire, Inland and Marine
KlHks at current rates ol proniiuni.
Losses ralrly adjusted and promptly paid.
T F. Kckert, F. Bull, 8. W. Pomeroy,
Wm. Olenn, W. C. Whllcher, W. C. Mann,
llobt. Mitchell, W. H. Conistock, L. 0. E. Stone,
ItoDt. Hucliauan, u. u.onaw, ,- uiw-ewii.
Win. Scllew, , Beth Kvans,
liaviu UIDBon, 11. Diaiaiuiauu, .
U. Clearwater. Thos. U. Elliott,
. Q. Ishaui.
T. F. ECKEttT, President.
Bteph MoasE, Becretary. nog
National Insuranoe Company,
' i CINCINNATI, OHIO.
OFFICE SiOUTH-WEST CORNER OF
MAIM AMI IfltOMX-b'l'liliETa. .
Marine, Inland Transportation
. i - - and Fire Bisks.
'-1 i TAKEN AT CURRENT BATES.:
I "" : BiBKOTOBeii i -
John Hnnroyne, K. M. smith, Robert Moore,
Wm. llepworth, Chaa. L. Hoore, M. Fecbeimer,
J. X. Wiedemer, Thos. Ong, B. W. Bmith,
. L. Bom, Thos. K. Illsga, Henry Bills.
' - JOHN BUUOUYNB, President.
II. 0. Oaaaa, ooretary.
. noo-bfm P. A. BPBIOMAN. Surveyor.
THE OYSTER TRADE.
11 C S. MALTBY
O V STKB8I
Spiced Oyatera I
THB SUBSCRIBER. IS NOW UECKITA
1NQ DAILY, by the Adam Express, HALT
II Y'B world-renuwnod Baltimore , ,.
Fresh Can, Keg and Shell Oysters
t ' , AUM
rreih. HennpttraUy.Baaled COVB. BPIOED
iHl'laLl.i'UIIMAlU). - ...J.'
i ROBERT ORR, Agent.
' e,7-tf Depot, 11 West ruth-street.
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
t (- j
O: E. VEWTOJr,M. D.,
OFFICE NO. 99 WEST JBEVRNTH-8T.
between vine and Bace. Besldence No. 63
Ssienth-street, between Walnut and Vine. Office
ours TS to A. M.l IH to SX P. M.i T to S P. BI.
' WILLIAM M. HUNTER,
aoS , gfa VINE-STREET.
:.. -J. TAFT,,.' .', , .. ,
: a (8qcwot to Kuowlton 4Taft,V '
':' !i hj isr,rjr ist,
aepM ., CINCINNATI, O.
-m ; . 1
JM. 8CUDDER, M. I., PROFESSOR
a ufThaorvand i'ructloa af Uodlcilie In 111. E,-.
lull. U&I1 al I,..,l.,,tu al,.H.TU-I.I.O.i,ti..n Inlh.
I treatawnt ol -ClillONItr UIbSA81.11. tllho,-1T4
I viim-stroeuaaar 'ouxth. Olhc hour 10 A. 11.
it, r. ai.
CINCINNATI FUEL- COMPANY,
r 0 p u a i o f h n. y, . W N I? R fi n
An ..- 'ul i'-
f Deli Tired at the ttoweai arkot rtea T
. BV70rder solicited and promptly esecuted.
,ma7-ay W, M. HyBBKUli, Biwr.Urr.
LOAN . OFFICE
TlfONEYLOANElipN WATCHES, JEW.
i-'ax aLltr and all kluas er Blorcluudia, st
of itor.t,,a.3jp1 113 ,VinHitre4riariH.
rrtbanduth. , .,
( BBOrCrB sSTCX'X'XX,
No. tl WfSat Jfour,a.n-ost, 1 II 1
A RE NOW RECEI VINU AOOITIONS TO
1 VS. ISMr
their lar. jmuhwIumiUI u WMUUas. Jw,lry.
rware aud Diamond. . . i.
IBltvorware auu tiiaiuonus. , . , k. , :
A LSO A hue aiMurtment of P laied -TeaS Seta
Ctlrynil Opa-llaiMi. . , , i . ,, i - .;
H F HAND ANBi ARB CON.
vv oia.-tii-a rotvibiua vi.'v., c, .ws.aiioo
lawailiy by aoiia lu th city, t or saki h ,
i .. . 7. , ALKhBT Boaa, druggist,
Vonth.wtat oornar iniml-avuu ana Elahib.
l UMi sVj- HA
MEDICAL AND DENTAL. RAILROADS.
COLUMBUS AND XENIA
CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON RAILROADS!
ON AN1I AFTFR IHONOAY. AVMh 1 ,rJ
iai. Train will ilopart as Allows : , " wt
tt A. M. FX Pit
po(--Cmiisci Tin l
A. iF. rtXPIt KK-rmm L.ttle Miami P.
ihiiiiitnti tand tflArrinnd : via Uo-
qs and j
luniriiis, 8tinboi.villo and PtiU-tntrBi via Colnmhus.
Of'Stline and Pi(ferbitmi via Culumhm and BeUalr
A. IU. K-rjtBHH-Frnm Oinciuust.. Ham
IHa and Da) tun D (.,t For Hanilltoii. Klchmoiid,
indiauapoii'i, jDRHiinporT. uaytin, rprminnin, ur
ban a and taiidimky ; at Spring fltd fur lslawara.
viid uayron ana nticnifrsn hri inr imr iqua
Sidnpy, Lima, Fort Wavne and Clifrao; alav iur
ToltMlo, Ttnlt and ai! pints In Canada. . -
H A. iM. Fnm Clnctntiatl, IJntntlton nnA PT- ,
toi--Acsommndatlon fiir II am tit on and Waj Bta-
Lli.nn : fnnrttwtJi il Iliimlitnn ftir OtiitiL Ac.
IOiIO A. M. EXPH KMS -Fmm Cincinnati,
HiiulUim ana Davtoti lcpit Ounnrts T.a Clnni-
pus ana uoiiatr wiihoiiiiu); via jiumnns. vrar
Hno nnd Fattshitra i
r i via ('nliiinbii.
oiuinDiis, ntuiflnviiw ana
Pittxliiivs. and vin (lulnmlm-- and Ul''vilnnd.
ti,l( 1. ill KPlt K H H Fnm Cincinnati,
HiLitiiltuii and lJavton Dowit For Davton. Hnrlns
field, IJrbauaund Kullffunlalno ; also at laytn for
tVilnmlMii : connects via liumllton fur llichmood, i 1
ludianaivdls and all points West.
P. III. Front Cincinnati, Hamilton and
Dsvton pip-it Knr ITumlKnn and Way dial ions.
4 P. nl.-Frmu Little Mlaint llnp t Acci-mmo-dmion.
fur Colnmbus, stuppiuf at ail Way Buttons (
alM rur apnuBncm.
H Pa AI. From Lit tie Miami PpotAoconuno
du'l.'n, fur JOnis, stuping at Way StatUins.
U P. M. KXPltESH-From Cincinnati, Ham
ilton and Day too Dopol For Dayton, SprinrtUeld,
I'rbana and fc'audumky; for Troy, Piqua, Hiduy,
Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago, also tor T.dcdo,
IMroIt and all point via Canada; connects vis.
Hamilton fur nr.rd. IHchniond, 1oganpport, 4c.
11 l nf. rYPTHf-ll-Kr,im I.iiH slUml De-
wiumnna aim itouair uwiing) , aim i vuiuw
nun mu't oii'vuihiiu,
Hl.kK.i'IN(4-CARfl ON THTH TRATV.
For all Informatiuii and throuah tickets tolr?art ,
npplv at the oflli'es, sonth-?at corner of Front and
Broadway; west iao or Y nm-streut, itw(Hn- inn
Postotnce and the Burnet House; no. JaHurnot ,
Hointe; No. 5 Em- Third-stpeot : Sixth-etreot De
' pot, and at tho Kant Front-struet Dip it.
ira.us run uy yoiunioun inn( wuku is wm-wmm Bin-
ntec fiuter than Cinclnnutl time.
P. W. 8LHADI-.lt, Ooneral Ticket Agnt.
OmnfliiKyos call for p.issengcrs by leaving direction ,
at tut HicKOi i.fmree. apou
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
. ' jm Jwa mat upT7-wi
SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
irO CHANOH OF CARS TO INTHANAF-
la OLM, at wiiich place it unites with railroad
for and from all point In the West and North-west.
THRICE PA98ENOEB THAIN8
f.eavo Clni lnnatl daily from the foot of Mill and
i4( A. M.-CHICAOO MAIL.-Arriroe at In.
dlaniip-ili at 10:47 A. M.i Chicago at P. M.
: Ili50 P. III. Terre Haute and Lafayette Acoom.
moniitlon arrives at Iniliaiiepoll at 4:W P. M.
II I'. ih en i cauu e..ri(bB,-Arrives at xnoi.
amtpolis ut 10:19 P. M.I Chicngoat 7:30 A. H.
Bleeping Cars are attarhed to all night-trains on
this Hue, and run through to Chicago without
cliuURe of cara.
Mr lie sur. you are in tne nunc iicaet-ornce oenrr
rou purchase your ticket, and aak fur ticket via
Law renreburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same, and time shorter than by any other
- Bntfcrnae cheeked thronirh.
THRuCOU TiCKKTa. amid nntll ossd. can be ob
tained at the ticket unices, at Spencer House corner,
N'orth-west corner or Broadtvny aud Front; No. x
Burnet House corner; at the Walnut-streot House!
No. 5 East Third-street, and at Depot Office, foot of
.Mill, on Front-street, whore all necessary Inform,
tion can he had.
Omnibuses run to and from each train, and will -cull
for passenger nt all hotels, and all part, of th.
city, by leaving address at either olliee.
ap2l H. 0. LOUD, President.
RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS
Cincinnati & Chicago
Cincinnati & Chicago RAILROADS.
.ClItEAT TimoiKJH ROUTE TO THB
an nuiiinwji.T tan
,., d a. . Ajviuxa,
Ai A r Al&llfi.
TlirM dnilr thrnrirb truiim Imvi RfxthitrMt TtMr4
at 6 A. At. ud ili3d P. M. and P. M. . .
Tbrtufth to InAianapolia without
UA.ani.e ox uarta
At Richmond, with Cincinnati and Chleaco Rail
road, for Anderwo and all puiuta on tbe DrUefon
tvtlne Hal I road Line; Knkomo, Logannport, Peru and
all poiuiion iae ivauaan vaiin naiiroaa.
At ItidiauHpolli for Terra llaute, Mattoon, Pa&a,
Bt. LouUaiid llli uoie Central lUillroad.
At Luuivette tor ianvilltj. Tolouo. Decatnr. BDrtD
nM v -olea, 4uincy, aad Hauiiibal and tit. Joetpli
a. UMicaira i or naoine, Anoatia, jnuwanKi.
Ht. Paul. Pralrio du Cblen. Book I Land aid
The 6 P- M. Train niune direct connection at
LoafiiiisiiOrt with LoeaiiKDurt. Peoria and burlinarta.n
IRuilroad, lor Ullman, Kl Pubo, Peoria, BurlitifftOD,
Quincy, Galeeburg, Galena and DunleltU, making Ui
TWENTY-FIVE MILES SnORTEB
: IUAN UK ANY liTUBB BO U TIC,
TUAX VIA CIUCAOO.
Fare as Low and Time as Quick
as oy any oiner liouic.
Thlf la rxclnslTaly a Waatarn and North -weatara .
Route, having as favornble arrnngemeate with oon
; nuctlng RoadA ait any otber Route. Pafrtlng through
a Ulgtily-cultfTutod country, with nnmennt towns
and vlllitgoB, it otl'ora to nntrooe mora pleanant acoom
mitdati'Ui for bnfty, comfort and Intereat thau an
otbor llimte fr the abova uurued polnte. - ,
For Throuah TickeU or any further iufurmatlon ba
rure and apply at
l69WHlnnt-Rtreit, betweoa Fourth and Flfth-etrttaU,
UOS.I umwu uiru-a,
Nrirth-aiu.t uorurr Front and Rrmulwnvi
Went elde Yiue-a trout, between Buratit Hoan and
Cincinnati, Hamilton anil Dayton Depot. Fifth and
Blxth-atrecU, - , D. M. alORUOW.
8 uoer iii tendent
' W. n. 8HIPMAJT. Paasenger Agent,
avsrouinibusi's will call for passenger h7 leavlns;
lhlr name at either of tbe Ticket Ofllces.
ipl W. H. BMITH. Agent.
COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
ITT7 an YffTJ LI" ""J1
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGS OF CAES.
npWO nAI,Y TRAINS FOR TIN.
X CKNKlkB, Cairo and bt. Louis at 4ist3 A. M.
and 5i35 I'. M.
Tlir.-e daily trains for LouUville at 4:33 A. M.-
3 P. M. and &13.I P. M.
One traia for Kvansvilt at 4il5 A. M.
I'll triiliis eonuect at Ht. Loui tor all point la
Kansas and Kebrunka. Hannibal, Qulncy and Kto
kuk; at RI. Iiuuls and Cairo fur Memphis, Viokaburii
patches and New Orleans.
- One through train on Hundar at 5i3S P. M.
1 lhiturulllff. Taut liun laaviw Kiut fil. l.oul.. HhiwIbh
nn-pteil, at 1 A. M., arrliinx a Ciuoinnati at
Vi.iu r. n.
Kxprens train loaves St. I.nnls daily at 0l40 P. M.
an Ivlng at Cincinnati at 0i33 A. M.
lor through tickets to all points West end South, "
please appiy as tua oinooat v aiuul-atrt-ot House, be.
tavcen Hlxthand Hoventh-straat.: Nn. I Unrnnf Hi,- .
Coruer olHoe; North-wiwt oorner Krout and Bnad
wnv: Hnencer llousa OiHoa. ami at tl li.,. .-
-s"rout aud Illll-streota. Olnnibukos call Iv naswa.
gars. is. w. WUOI1WAKO,
SPIS Hnp.Hnl.wil.wi Kiistnrn Division.
.na) sortnieut belonging to this line I will sell a. Tow mm -rate,
Lbeiowost. " win seu a. low a
f. , D. 8. CARRICK,
Saddle, Tjrunk and Harneea '
109 Marn-atrert, thraa doors abor Third,
KK,R h r,i.i,,.AN,1?. AN1K wKB TO OR.
UKB all kinds of Hois. Trappings, in th bt.t
ami uioft aubatantlal manner. Alio, a larg. aasort
meatoT H.arat - Blankets, Whips, Canet an3 Leather
Bags. rldl. Illta. Bun.lo Hobea, Vali.e (the naj
aole-loatber , Mall Trunk. Brnnu.. nd a Ur. mm.
""" . fowuriAi.u a uo.,
11 "' HO an Branch 'J l Wt K.,nrth-it.
TT i VT. OhaM BeiuM
os, ho. S Kaal Third. ' '
! I1NK ENVEI,OI'l P4PKH..-100 ream
' traquality. on hand and lor sals by
. iiaus uiiAiriBi.D,
' ' 1 aud WaluuMlree,."-!
TIOJUNYIU barrols ITIIiis llomliiy.
Mm .... ... .aAttoM a. loL'ras'R. . i
a uy, '-vi ,ia Ho, ails and 341 Main-Mr,. , .