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[From the Cornhill Magazine.] STILL STRANGERS.
BY B. M. MILNES.
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Thrilling Incident at Buena Vista—Death of
Young Henry Clay.
BY GEORGE LIPPARD.
" It km near (1m Mtttag of the inn, when
tb. Mao of Palo a. Ho, Bao d U PalmA,
nod Monterey, saw the cloadt oetm dowa on
, the last charge of Buena Vista, that a acene
. worthy of the days of Washington closed the
day in glory. . ", . ..... , -j.
Do you behold that dark ravine, deep
sunken between these precipitous bankiT Here
. no sunlight Cornea, for them walls of rock
wrap the past in eternal twilight. Withered
trees grow between the masses of granite, and
scattered stones make the bed of the ravine
' uncertain and dilhcolt for the tread.
'. . Hark! that err. that rush like a mountain
: torrent banting its barriers, and quick as the
-. lightning Sashes from .darkness, the dismal
ravine is bathed in red battle light. From its
i northern extremity, a confused band of Mex-
leans, an army in itself come yelling along
. the pass, treading one another dowa as they
. fly, tneir oanners, spears, norses ana men,
" tinged toirether in inextricable confusion. .
By thousands tbeymsh into the shadows of
the pass, tnerr oar races renaenea oy me
- sheeted blase of musketry. The caverns of
. the ravins send back the roar of the nanlo.
and the grey rocks are washed by their
But the little band who pursues this army)
Who are they? Yon may see in their firm,
heroic ranks, tbe volunteer costume 01 mi
. aois and Kentucky. At their head, urging
' his men with shouts, rides the gallant M K.ee,
' by bis side young Henry Clay, that broad
! forehead, which reminds yon of his father,
' bathed in the glare as his sword quivers on
. high are it falls to kilL - There, too. a wild
figure red with bis own blood and the blood
' of Mexican foes, his uniform real in tatem,
. his arms bared to the snoulderey striking ter-
, rible blows with his good sword Jlardin
, Illinois comes gallantly forward.
Tbe small bat iron hand, hurl the Mexicans
, from the highls into tbe ravine, . and follow
up the ekaso, far down into the eternal twi
' light of that mountain 'pass.' ! ....
..Look! As their musketry i streams its
steady blaze yon would think that doe cease
leas sheet of lightning bathed these rocks in
' flamesT ? .' - t
''. 1 Over tbe Mcxlcaiui, man and horde hurled
i back in mad disorder, the Amerioana dash on
their way never heeding the overwhelming
numbers of their foes, never needing the pai
.pitatiug. forms beneath theis tee t, with bay
puet. and rifle, and sword, they press steadily
;ou, their well known banner itreaming ever
' more overhead. ! . 1 " '"
The howl of the dying- war horse harkl
. Does it not. chill your blood to hear it? ' The
bubbling eiy of the wounded man, with the
horse's hoof upon bla mouth, trampling bis
. face into a hideous wreck does it not sicken
your soul to hear it? . . . ;
A hundred yards or more, into the pass the
Americans have penetrated, whn suddenly
a young mexicao, rushing back upon their
ranks seises the fallen nag of . Aaahaae, and
dashes to his death. " . ,
To see him. young and beardless, a very
boy, rush with his country's flag,' with his
bared breast, upon that line of sharp Steele
it was a sight to stir oowards into manhood,
and it shot into the Mexican hearts like an
electric Same. '
Even in their panic stricken disorder, they
turned; by hundreds, they grasped their arms,
- and rolled -in-one long wave of lance and
bayonet upon -the foe. Woe to the brave
men of Illinois and Kentucky now I Locked
in that deadly pass, a wall of infuriated Mex
icans between them and that wall of rocks
above their heads, tbrongh every aperture
Among the cliffs, the blase of muskets pour
ing a shower of bullets In their faces
.wherever they turned, the long and deadly
lance pointed at their throats H was a mo
ment to think once of home and die. ...
. Those who survived that fearful moment,
tell with shuddering triumph of tbe deeds
tbe three heroes NvKee, Hardin and Clay.
M Kee, you see him yonder, with his shat
tered sword dropping blood, he endeavors
ward off the aim of those deadly lances, and
fights on bis knees when he eaa stand
longer, and then the combatants close over
him and you see him no more. - . i...
Hardin arose from a heap of slaughtered
foes, his face strearoiaz from its hideous lance
wounds, and waved a Mexican tag in trramph,
a his life blood rushes in a torrent over his
muscular form. That uutant tbe full liirht
battle' was . noon his man tried face; . Then,
flinging the captured flag to a brother soldier,
he shouted "(Aive it to her as a memorial
Bnena Vista Mv wife!" It was bis last
words.. Vpou hia bare 1 breast, the fury
ten lances rushed, ana toe norser boots
tmmnled him into the heao of dead.
. But must sad and ret most elorious of alL
was to see the' death of the second Henry
CUiyl You should hare seen him, with
back acain V wader rock, his sword erasped
firmly, as tbe consciousness that he bore
name that must not die ingloriouslr, seemed
to fill his every vein, an dart a deadly
frnm his evesl . '. ...
At that moment he looked like the
For bis brow, high and Retreating, with
the blood clotted bail1 waving iwck from
outline, was swollen io every rein, as though
hi soul shone from It ere she fled forever.
Lips set, brows knit, hand, firm a circle
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bis men njtuuna; vuvuin huh . ium
the ; Mexicans ' until bis sword was wet,
arm weary wltn Diooa. . . , .
t At last, with his thigh splintered by a ball,
he gathered bis prood form to Its full hight,
and fell. His face ashy with intense agony,
he bade his comrades to leave him there
die... Thai, ravine should be. the bed of
sHorv"' .. n"i- r. . i;. ....
But gathering around him, a guard
breasts and steel while two of their number
bore him tenderly along these men of Ken
tucky fought roand their fallen hero, and
MiMdtinff ntan hv ltn. thi.v loni-hAil their
word and bayonet Into, the beet of
foe, they said with, every blow "Hilary
Clay ""' 1 ')" 'r
i It was wonderful to see ho that aara
served their arms, and called a smile to
flu nf fh dvlnir hero ' How it woold
made the heart of the old soaa iot Ashland
throb,' to' bavt 'beard his 1 name 'yelled
battle cry down the shadows, of that Jowly
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Along the ravine, and np this narrow path
The hero bleeds as they haul , him on, .
tracks the way with his. blood. Faster
tbickar the Mexicans swarm they see .
cirule around tba fallen, saan. aren his
face, uplifted as a smile eresses Ha fading
omenta, and like a pack of wolves acentinsr
ths lurlora travelatf at doaa vt night,
V.V.V.'.i-viiI.'K "V i-.''A:5i.."..U'll!,'lur:'"'''
come bowling up the rocks,. lla.JcnarKiLui ,
devoted band with one dense mass or bay
onetta, .!. W. i
Up ana on I I BS lirni snintw yunutsr, tin
the topmost khA ef ie ravin. H .the
light of the setting na Old Taylor't eye is
Upon that rock, and there We will fight our
way ana am ....
., it was a murderous way, that path up the
steep bank of the ravine! ,. Littered with dead,
slippery with blood, it grew blacker every
mnm.nt with llfixiana. and the defenders of
the wounded hero, fell one by one, into, the
chasm yawning all around, i , 1
At last they reached the light, the swords
and bayonetta s-litter la sight of the contend
ing ar raiee, aad the Woody contest roars to
ward the topmost rock . ,-..
i Tbea it was that gaUiertntj up uis u;iu8 ,
form armed with supernatural rigor
young Clay started from the arms of his sup
porters, and stood with outstretched hands, in
the light of the setting ran.. Jt was a glorious
sight which he saw thsre, , amid the rolling
battle clouds; Santo Aaae's formidable array
hurled back into ravine and gorge, by
Taylor's little band. But a more glorious
thing it was to tee that dying man, standing
for the last time, in tbe light of thai sun,
which shall sever rise for him again 1
"Leave me I" be shrieks, as be fell back on
the sod "i must die, and I will die here I
Peril yotrr lives no Ion per for me I Go I There
is work far yon yonder I
i The Mexicans rowdln on hungry for
blood. ' Even at h spoke their bayonets,
f listening by hundreds, were levelled at the
throats of the devoted band. By the mere
force of their overwhelming' numbers, they
crushed them back from the tide of the dying
Clay." i, v, i viii i t r h .'!, i '
Only one lingered; a brave man, who had
known the chivalric soldier, and loved him
long, he stood there, and covered as he wss
ith blood, beard those last wonts : .
" Ttil mil father howldiut, and ct Aim that
fitlettf, . i .
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his eyes upon his oomrsde's face placed the
Sistols in hit hand and fell back to his
That comrade, with the pistols In hit grasp,
fought bit way alone to the topmost rock of
the path, aad only, once looked hack. He saw
a quivering form, oononied by bayonette he
saw, those outstretched hands grappling with
points of steel be saw a pale face lifted once
in the light, and then darkness rushed upon
the life of young Henry Clay.
New and Ingenious Method of Dissection.
Tbe neat desideratum in anatomy is, to
obtain an exact idea of the real position of
tbe internal organs. . 1 his, however, is tar
from being tbe ease in dissections by the
common method; since erery section msde
on the body, rendered flabby and anelastic by
death, proauoet a corresponding deformation;
the soft parts contract and nothing but an
approximative idea can be formed of the rel
ative position of the exposed parts before the
operation. in order to obviate this incon
venience, Dr. Pirogofl; an eminent Russian
surgeon,, has had the ingenious idea of sub
jecting the body, before dissection, to a cold
of eight degrees ceatigrade (16 Fahr.) for
tbe space of three days. .By this means the
body acquires a hardness like that of wood,
its organs retaining, at the same time, their
regular sizes, since the moisture tbey contain
Increases by congelation, and thus counteracts
the contraction which the solids would other
wise undergo. .'.'
'-' The body in this state Is subjected to the
circular saw. which will cut off slices of the
thickness of a one-franc piece with the great
est nicety; either longitudinally, traversely,
or along the .axis of the member. By this
means vr. rjrogon nas oeen enamea to piiD
lish an anatomical atlas of erery part of tbe
human body, seen Under three aittorent as
Dects. In order to copv out a section obtained
in the manner described, Dr. Pirogoff passes
tightly, over the frosen slice with a warm
sponge: ' the surface is thus thawed for an
instant, but a transparent film of ice it im
mediately afterward formed over it, ' A pane
of gloss with lines drawn upon it crossiag
each other at Tight angles, so at to form to
many squares, is then laid on the icy film, and
trie surface copiea out upon paper auto oiriaea
into squares like the glass.. .
. DT 111 IB Uld&UB UIO gldlVCBV J.l CVI OIUU IB
attained. The principle of refrigeration has
been carried still further by the ingenious
Inventor who by exposing a body to a oold
of eighteen degrees centigrade (four degrees
Fahr!) reduces it to th.! consistency of stone,
and then operates upon (t like a sculptor with
a chisel and mallet; laying all tbe viscera
open without in the least degree Iniuring
them.'' It is thus that he has Men able to
ascertain that the cavities of the mouth, nose,
the tympanum of the ear, and those of the
retpiratory organs are the only ones which
Inrlnw ir ' uid that everywhere else the
surfaces of all parts of the body adhere im
mediately to ' the membranes enveloping
the organs ' they contain: so that how
ever apparently dissimilar their surfaces
of contact may be, there it still an empty
space between them. ' '
Proper Education of the Feminine Child.
Vmitg Fair gives some racy suggestions
on this subject; ' 1 " ; " ,, '.. . ' .
The female child is to be clothed upon sim
ilar principles to those regulating the habit
ing of, the male, i Only mora tor And with
much super-addition of jewelry, and general
regard to ornamental , effect. Her exercise
ill be at limited as possible: to be chiefly
taken in a close carriage d urine the bright
dry days of winter, and in an open barouche
una ex the aguian sunstuneoi toe oamp, spring
atmosphere. In walking, (of which there
must be as little as circumstances will allow,)
erery possible encumbrance, to regular loco-
. : j r . i , j i
tuuiiJuu, resptriuou, sou uoiitirt, euoum u
attended tu in this costume, and a nurse
should be selected who is irritably curious
and selfishly oblivions, much given to John,
and shop-windows, and regardless of cross
ings. As these are, the prominent traits of
nurseic character, generally, there will not
be much difficulty in finding one to suit.
The female child should early be instructed
to make comparisons! between tbe toilets,
dolls, etc, of other little girls and her own,
ana to assert her tnperior nchness ana el
egance ia all, in order to acquire the eminently
ladylike accomplishments of tittle-tattle, gos
sip, tt timj -1 She should be carefully trained
In the mistreasiy ise of the pout, the sulk,
the nervous headache, and the 'gush of tears.
Also in the adroit application of the insin
uation, the eaeaning toss of the bead, the ca
noe, ine aireet ana inairaci insuii, ana most
liffieult and important of all. the semblance
of tnartyr-like resiimation. : Finally, she
must be m fait of the shades of force, and va
rieties or sentiment to be expressed by tbe
words, "dear,' 'darling. hateful,' 'horrid,'
cbean. 'five minutes.' and at least, nine
hundred and one other feminine technical
ities. Kaintingbaving greatly declined of late
rirs; owing to strong-minded inflnence, this
comparatively unimportant, and may be
leifc w Harare. - -
Tea Nbw Ehslish Painty. One aids con
tains a portrait of the Queen, over the shoul
ders a scarf, embroidered with the rose,
Hi istie ana shamrock:, being thrown. 1 be in
scription la. ."Victoria. 0. Q. Brit. Rea. F. D."
Brittania appears on the reverse, tested on a
rock, not an tha shield, as in the nreasnt coin:
buMUe fitrure has been remodeled, and the
sea has been Introduced, with a ship on one
side of tbe figure., ana a lighthouse on the
Other. , The inscription it "One Penny, I860.'
The likeness of the queen is said to be truth
ful, her Maiestr havinir honored Mr. Wvon
with several sittings.. The composition of the
coin is, nioety-l'our part copper, four sine,
fcwu ua, uuisanUHjoHiuiwiniauusieuuaH
Well a a small coin, and tha Jiew penny it
oof much larger than, tha bronze two-sous
pieces pt trance,,, ... .,.., i , ,.
they J Qm any fcody tell how bard horse kkkt? . ,
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i.iiiiiio'. (.1 1 li in -a . .,
- Tbb Powbbop Hbbhss's Blow. Some of
tbe Knglisa papers profess to doubt whether
Heessan it 4 hard hitter.. There Is story
euraens, snai as ine ' jsosvon' uymnasinm,
where thev have a contrivaiioe to test the
weight or a blow, -the best pupil struck
seventy pounds. i After a few days t Bractice
the teachef wet aide to strike oae hundred
aad thirty ponoda. , Hsanan But himself in
traiainc there for a short period, and tha
I weight a hit Mow was aix , hundred and
I twautr DOondsv-nearlr third of a tunl
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TAKEN AT CURRENT RATES. .
John Burctoyne, K. M. bmith, ' Bobert Moore, :
Win. Ilopw.rtli, Clina. L. Hloore, H. Fefhoimer. !
F. X. Wfedemcr, Tli.w. OnK. 8. W. Smith, ,
h. Maa, Thi.H. It. Ilicin. llonry Kills.
JOHN BUltuUlfNK, Proaident. !
Tt. C. rsNKS, Becretary. 1
noS-bfm F. A. 8PBIC1MAN, Surveyor, i
THE OYSTER TRADE.
1 FRESH CAN .'
' ' COVE "
WV O Y H T K It H I
. N Spioed Oyaterat
TnK Si nsORIBEB IS NOW REf'EIV
I.SO DAILY, by the Ad.ima Expreu, si ALI
BI'S world. renownod Baltimore ''
Fresh Can, Ecg and Shell Oyster
ALSO I' "
r rrq.ii, nrrni-. lamrwirii wtb, Drivnu akl:
PICKLED OYSTEBS. ,
ROBERT ORR, Agent.
sep7-tf ,,: Depot, 11 West Filth-street.
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
O. E. NEWTON, M.'D.i
OFFICE NO. 00 WEST SEVENTn-ST.
Wtwecn Vine find Itucu. Iteatdonce ho. f(3
aereutli-ntroftt, between Wulnut and Vine. Offlo.
houra ; to Mi A. M.l '4 to S)i P. M.i 7 to P. M,
WILLIAM Me HUNTER,
noS ' 808 VINE-STREET.
. ' J. TAFT, '
' s- (RnevtiBorto Knowlton ATaft,)
UTO. (16 WEST FOURTH-STREET, BE
TWKEN WALNU'fend V1NB.
aepif i,i..Li.,.Ai i, if.
A STITCH IN TME SAVES NINE.
Economy ! Dispatch I
Save the J?i?ces !
frtmrvi, in etkut nounii for
TJ neuaiut arnlture, xogi, urocaery, uiaiewere,
Wholoeale Depot. No. 49 Cedar-street, Kew York,
ddreM UBNUV O. Bl' Lilian a u.,
, Buz No. S.eiHi. Mew York.
Put ne for flusters in oawta oontuiuiug tour, sisht,
and twuITu uor.RH a tieailttini i.iuiograpn nuow
oarrl aecimpaiirinK eaub auuSHse.
Hanks's Bell and Brass Foundry.
K1LK8 W'OKKB, fermerly George h. Hanks,) No.
j.H ,;M nw.iuu..iiuvh ........
(ir iiimU i.iirrYinr. irf nuv nie ui to 8, UK) Douudri.
kiiiI In rUiiitMii m wilt i 1,. Every varietr of Braae
Work and liraa. and Oi.iulHwttlou Ctii luade Io
ortlnr. AIH..011 liitorl uauoilt ntoioi una npt'lier ao.
dor, and every dancriptlon of S'lnislied Brau Work.
, IMtiN flPH AMU HTTlllrJ, .
PartieuUi-uttr.tUiUKivan tv Hteambout Work.snrh
a. WmtiMlit-)i',Mi l'liili JL mid. Jl'mliioa put up: Hiram
and Wat.T ll.mr.-i, Melulin raixuis, wni.tiue.
Uluwemi Knsiiu) ttelN. aa. LeiMi-lioer Uoeks ani
" , 1,41 ""'fW )M AS Vl r'tJI ,'gupo'f Intcndent.
-1'.:.' 'I.,' .' ' (iny6-tnntal ' '
Pure Catawba Wine, v
A PtTIIB ARTror.B :07fSTANTI.y ON
av liaoa SM lor sal. tn any yuBiimy oy j .
Al.UKRT HOe A, Uriufslet,
8oatb-WQSt oorner Ontml-aveniie aud k.Mlitli.
"VOUNQ II VbKN TBA.-Kalrs Has V. IL Tea
Choice do. do. abe. at . ' poWKVt,
. uyu . , i . SlBanaS'-UsUlu-strest.
1 -It.iciitinv.U vie- vrniu, aim:
'V i.i' A JCs OA XAjUs' i"7' i
."aBSpwBBBr-.,,. .e- j ,,-lilJ
The attention of families Is bow for ths tret time
publicly sake by ths manufacturers to their Ben
They have submitted II ts trial and the critical
.udement of ths best mechanics and exports, by all
of whom it has beea eooeeeed to be one of the
BEST MACniNES IN TOE
This Machine Is now put before the subtle on Its
own merits, and will be found equal tb tha most e
pensive machlnee, in all the following particulars,
and in some respects altogether superior t 1 '
1. In simplicity of construction and action
J In durability and aon-ltabilltr to set eat of
order t -
8. Io ths qnallsr and amount of work whtoh ft
will do In a given time ;
.-ln the facility with which It will work on all
kinds of fabrics, from ths ooarsest to ihe finest
oloths and textures ; '
. In the ease with which one can learn to nas It;
6. While with cheapness, combined with excel
lenoe, and In the ease with which tt runs, It Is with,
out a parallel ; !
t. Ootton, silk and linen eaa lie used from the
original spool. !
Persons la want of Machines are respectfully m,
Tiled to call and examine ours before purchasing
Agents, traveling and local, are wanted to sell this
machine throughout the United States. f .
UI. E. BRM.UN & CO ,
COR. FOURTH AND WALNUT,
maSI ' rjntcniTKATt, OHIO.
W. II. PHILLIPS,
Real Estate, Note and Bill Broker,
No. 83 West TMrd-streot, '
BUSINESS PAPER CASHED AT A FEW
Money AVioamed ot Oollatral Be-
,'.i.,.. i ..iieurlty,1'"' "'I "" "; !
Bsrsaswoss Msssts. rrllmore, Dunlap ft 0o., Bank
ers ; O. PAdae A Oo-, Bankers l' Sohn Bwaeey A Oo..
'wrt , n. ,1.. jiiHi.v yjv., v.. "v , mi.., nucii
Barbour. Dry Oooua MerctlanU: John K. Green.
Lumber Merchant. . 1 epie-tf
H. IS". CLARK,
. . (StlOOSSSOB tO BTXU S SO.,) I
I WHOLESALE DEALER
-- 'I I
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES, , !
NO. 40 MAIN -STREET, CINCINNATI, O.
; roylTl ' . - ' i
J. WEBB, JIfc.
RECEIVINO DtllT BY .
PliFaH. the very newest styles
i or no
eons, KaXNcn AaTiriciAL rixiwras, Uuildrxn'i
HATS, KUSHIS, UEAPSS, BLORD LiACBS, BTSAW 'XBlM'
BlMOe, BoMNBT VSABISS Slid SlllXlMSMV UOOOS, , ,
Wholesala and Ratmil, ' '
NO. 154 rirTH-BTSUT.
new mlsic. mm.
JII T PUBLISHED - "THB HIIXR.
UOHOUair SUHOTTlriCH," deflated to tbe
pupils of lue UUlBborousb kernels vollege,. Jig ilsrl
j-nce eu O.UI..
JOHN CHTJBOH, itu, i
06 West rourtb-street.
GOLD MFDAIi PIANOS THE BKMT IN
AM KlllUA.-Btecli Gruse'efuf wbb. i
Sew York) powerful toned double 9 V ' mwerBB
'li 'incea oy 1.1
ir eU artists tbe beet Is exlsteuos.
W will sell 1.
HI aell lower for cash than any other dealer tn
cltr. Pianoa and Melodeuna tuned and reealrtMl
th vrougniy. Flanoa to let at irom se to si parauar
tss-. MualrMl InaTtrnnisantfl atsllinv aft Kauf-nric
loni luairunMUU aeiiinc ac naii-prioe
jot buy or rent a
a f uluo untti you nava oauea ana ex-
uulned tha above.
B KITTING A BR0.,flole Ajtenia - r
. , , Piano lele re and Maker.
Mo. 227 W. Flfth-atraet, near Plant.
0M0 , WfllTE JDUffflJR MWl
innoancement of tbe Proprietor
. for 1800. ."'J..'-.
jb. dt ivi uu mi tiiuawu its jlavisi uimu,, 10
.laware Couuty. IS
milea north of Colunibun, the Capital or Ohio, on the
sciuio- niver, wn nines irom uuiavar, are mnea
mm tt una suipuur oinnun, uu mo opriitsnssuij, ntt
Vernon Fit ts burg Bail road, ana eix tuiiea rnn
Lewis Center Station, on thf Cincinnati. Ovlumbui
Kii u Tjiovomuu ivaiiritRU.
These Boriiiaa will be onen foaMha recentlon of vU
ine gram nig experience oi tn aaat wo asaaona
hue fully conflrnied the hihest expectationa of the
arourietor. and encourut'i him to Deraevere in hla
etTurtH to make this eecuud to uo place In the country.
me large nunioer oi Derma nu ourea wniea nave
iieflu oilecled estahllih uevond a doubt tha .rare aad
valuablo medicinal qualitiee of Uieas water. Their
alterative, tonic ana aperient properties renderthein
The White Huli.hur,
useful in a great variety ofdjpeaaee. The five Springe,
10 nuipnur, i ne unaiy oeaw, 1 u
Tha Htttlne Uhalyheate, and
vbeate. and the eon ok
01 run Ttjc
ter, are all within Urn lawa a oa easy ofi
Bathfnr hereby tha vn adonted la brought Into
fair competition with inM at naturally warm and hot
dbringt. I be water, neatea lu ine baia-tuu uy steatn
pipea, the heat uut being raieed hlch enough to pre
Itate it ealte, ia applied to the aurfnee of the bat he
IIUUI iiih I (MM iH Id Ol I UI aVMiinfi iHvnmii n is.
Die buildings areaUMtantial and onnvtmtent. Thai
grouuda, eaibracing about 1A0 acree, dmded between
(awn and woodland, are tastefully laid off into wallu
and drives. .
ATfcLKGRAPfl OrriOK baa been nermanentlv
eNUblinlK'd( oouuootiug the Springs with f U part
A Livery, well vtnrkad with horwa and aairlaaM.
li attached to the place, . .
For further iuiWiiiation, arrahfe m6tt lor room.
AiDBfW WJtSON, J.. ProacUtof , . ,;, ,
, WUiteBulpfiurPostufflce, :
bmi'i" w Palawan Countr. O:
8.: KITTREDOE Xo 6Z
'' ' 134 MATN.8T.. CIN .'''
KITTREDOE St FOLSOlrl
I . AS fuK r..i4...B? . MeMBr HrLemmc le.
111 uninuw ...i.li.i' I-.
Ghsma suid fiwrtlag Jk.tnmTtaa,
'i i:. . ami BBAiaat ia sviimus.1" :'' '
-.li '1 . ..1' 11 ," 1.. 1, 11 t .11 liu !: .I"
HALL'S PATENTj ; ,
, IIALL, CARROLL & CO.,
Km. 15 m IT Bant OolnmbtMtreet.
ABT.tt F I B K AN D
a irtuH. Tim iiava IIVN
atinijKiis.u thavn ahy nthf now in .
W ofTar a rwrd of ONK THOUSAND DOL-
LAKS ti any pnin UiatcAa, npto ilia priu.iit tlm.
now iniHifl niKianca voaiaUD mej un Ml
Wtth thia HA KB wa ttallTii ll AntntMHtlnn. a
row na dqji ira rnwi, iitirKiairf rvti ov ffin
and Bnrglar Proor now mad; mnd ar wilUn to tot
with any "Ul)llhment In thn Union and tlio part?
nt na nrm to lonou t mi uthM iits anm of i..nr.
We are pruparvd to furnUb a buttor tinia, and at lna
OMt, tli A, ua othw waatUaotarar in tUa Unltod
Btnti. . , . i ,, f , ,
rVcond-bana PufrtsSf tfhnr mtkm 1ao on a and.
vr rMpacinui in vita tna snmic to call an juu
lse our atoch befora purcluwlnii alaawbar. . ...i.t .
HALL, CARROLL, & CO-rr ;
aoll-ar ' Noa. Un4 17 9t OolnWatrat.
MADAMS FLTsTW, M. !., HAS FOUND
at Uat jnat what tha Lnddin tiavo lona nodid
airl looked Turin vain, tha UTKHIfi
Tha ITfarlnai Vli.lr U wsirran tsl to nnrti till dll
eafttn of & utorine nritur, lutlnmnmtlnn of thp
Womb, tb Ridnoya, tlm Ovnrlw, and tha Urethra,
Prolapnna or Falling of tha Womb, Painful MrnHtru
atlon, Chbimala, Anianorrhpa; In tnct, pxrfrrt cure
U gnnrantcad by tha uaa of from two to At bottle o.
tha Elixir, of any tllaatvaa wbatfver of tba 0nmtlvf
and Urinary Organs, pf nale or f emu la, bo matfter ol
how Umff ntandtiig. Price l Pr iHittl?.
MADAMS ELLIS calU particular attanUos o th
roiiowinsr tJard oi onsoi tna mmt prominent urag-
giataol Vlnotnnatl; t 1 j i
-To tha tubUe aad A LtJiM im Priilari f I
Wa. tha nndertrlsTntyl. ara not In tha habit of aiv
aar name to Patent Medicluatr; bntknowltif wrll
the Lady Physician, and tha medicine called th
Uterine Rllxtr, we cheerfully rucuiumuiid It to all f
male nulfrtnfr rVoiu Kama la DlweaMii of any kind; Il
Is purely vegctanie, ana in no cues cau no injury; w
a w ui try a ana our wora ior u, jou win una reuei.
' ' ' , , "Corner of fifth and RarCe Lrejtf.n .
1 ' ' Af.sn-
M AD AH 19 8PAMT9R BtMTftiATTKO
COUGH AND LIVER BALHAM enrea, without full,
rama in tue DrntWwt uacK. muo or liimiM., voiofio.
uoicm iiomnieneM, uimcuiiy oi nreaunng, ' .wi
viiiii, nisi "'i iiicniuiii, aa hs-
fleartburn. 7hronlfl Kheum.ltm,
liii c. i;n
ramp Cullo, urlping 1'uiita of th-
Diillnees, Stupor, Inactivity. Lorn of Appa-
tite, and in Painful Mt inttruiition It fa a certain cure.
and give immediate relief, in any of thebovv uld
etuiea It will aive relief in twenty minute, and a im
manent enre by the uae of two bottles. Only 00 cents
per bottle ao cheap that a very person Mn Ret It.
N, B. fur sale by F. D. UlLL, Di-ntfgist, corner
of Race and f lfthstreate : J. D. PAItlCT corner !
Fourth and Walnut; 8UIRR, ECKNTRIH A CO.,
curuer Tine aud Fourth: JOHN DIOKtlON. corner
or John and Bixtn-BM.i yai.u kp-ijni.u-iw, cornet
of Eighth and Freeman; EC
SCAN LAN A
CO., corner of Main ud Fourth and MAD AMR
V1-1. V'lUtJr "i siisaiu saju ruui
ELLIH. 144 West Hixth-atreet. .
lU.H.OMk.i i,, A. M. CMk.
M. H. COOK & CO.,
. , PB0PRIET0B8 Of . ; :
GREAT WESTERN PLANING 1H1L
, WUITE WATER CANAXt
BBTWKBIf FirtU AND B1XTU-8TBEET3, CIS-
: ' -;( '' oinnati, pmo.
IN CONSEQUENCE OF HAVING EN
TIKI. L.Y ahauaoncd buildtrtff In the city, and
turned our attentlu to pre paring bnildinlr materlitlp
or every uoecripiion, we cun saiciy sy nw wtr tx
perfence iti the bunlnoM and uur farllittoH enalle oc
w oiler tDduoementa ta buildere In the city and at a
aitanco urwnrpasei u ejuaUMtt, uj any umor aiaii-
lar Mtntilliihrntnt In th WMt.
Wa aim matiufaattir Venrteri of tjfi dftHrrlvtlona.
and keep on hand an aanortment of Malinunny, Ittwe
wood. Walnut aud Oak Vneera. Alao, I'ine Baukiag
fur I'fnturna Mnrl l.tsnlf inir.ilftju.
. P 8. We have jiut recelrBdJlirtr Mionaand feet of
ita iaar. oi one Qiu.nty( hcd we cou ven at a
leiw price than it baa evor beeu aold lor in thia niar
,si .. ...p... mir.il" "'I
IIS P. ElilAS'S
-i . IW WBOLK8AI1I '. 1 ' ' f
Watch. & Jewelry House
16 West Fourth-Btreet,
ITTirF.nK CAN BE HAD EVERY AltTI-
v v CLE apperlHinliis to the burtlneHa. at sniueh
price, mr uasii, titan nas ever Detore Deea raerua
Ln tbig market.
And eee fcr yoaraelTea. . ,
ROOFING 1 ROOFING I
npHB OUTCAIaT ELASTIC METAUiIC
X BOOFINU ii ottered to the public aa the beet and
cheapest Metal Roof now used, lie merits having beer
tostea oy au experience or yearn in, ttiu oity ana i
eiuity. Applied to flat or ateep, eld or now build
ings. No solder used ftatened securely without ux
rvihnre tn tha action of the elements. .
1 Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part ol
ina a ilea ataiee can oe applied oy any one or
oinary mepaanicai xiu,4 uruHra prumpiw nuea.
vrt IVW IT sslJl, a wVi M
i tnylft-tf '. v . .,. l33 TAett Beoond-itreet.
Tin-plate and Sheet-Iron Worker
i. j ; 'i.'.im.i x, HMremoredto "
A OHNT?OE OTBWART8 A IH -TIGHT
il. Hummer and Winter Cooklnv-stuva. Also aaenl
for Carter' Filtering Hydrant, where It may, be seen
W opeurateoa.. t i-.
joujjiug aoa wun mpnaeee ana aiipaicu
1 A ' 1.,
." COX. B ROAD WAIT &; FH0NT-8T8,
mHIH BHTABLIMHNBNT " HAVING
M. passed again into tho hands of the aubsnriber,
bud undertfone a thorough Improvement, lie r
speciiuiiy aoiicua a can rrcin nis oia ine nas ana
publlo geuerally. Ita favorable location being
fa viciniiy ise aiacrant nuirosa Mincec, iroutugituamboat
lauding putkee t aoonveuientatof
ping piaoa iur paaaengri. ' '
BOARD $1 FEB DAT.
'' EaT'Five o'eluek brsaJcfiMt for farlv tmin..
spW-lxl B. F, LKVKR1NU, Prop',.'
; Family Work-Room.
1ITS!! J!r.,Pt IVrXIMM" WOULD RES.
i'l PKOTKULLT Inform tlie Udiea uf C nciunatl
nd the publlo generally, 'that site fias epened.
tAniiii nuna-nweH tne emoe or uie umvei
A Baker Bewllis MiichilM. Ckdidauv. No. Ah Wrtjtf
Fourth-street, where ahe Is prepared to luanitlaottirr
ti4ieae.nd tJlilMrens Under Onrments. HhlrtR, Rhirl
BBtnuii aad Tucked Hkirts, wbick fur dursbUltj and
aeatneae are uusurriBMuMl.
N. B. Particular attention paid to the fnaaqfitotars
em ubilww . vivtuiuM i ever, aeeoriptiua
, ,1 I , TmsJUrtfl : . ' - I.
O. W. BOWLER,
ill -u ' ,i- it -f' ii -.'tt
PMvwmtt ts finis ybtfrtnaiiy
Hixth'Ueet, tatwen Main and Walnut. Oiuciunati.
i .1, ini'W'cm; , , : , ,
fcMNB I.IIOOA. AND BORDEAUX OII
uinu DuniuBiix vil . iw,iw..w.h-., uuv.M Ulli
A ,,..-. vim..h nrMniB. Alen an InvirtrM nt nmj
rlorM.lt VinoKar. Thi Vluevar Is of a moat dWl.
oioue ttator, aud Is perfectly free .friinj any tulueral
subsumes, wot sale uy ; jiiiis oir.,
I u.ji National Tbeatfr Buil lln.
n'f,. I' Ji .i l' " .. KoiuurB-.ireet.
mr,SAWBR ' O SrNKS AND ATJ1VT8,
1 Nu. IN Siith-etreet, between ine and Kaoe,
Mm Medical Uollte, UlndniMtl, bl.. Peraoee nt
oia fevor hlni.vrtth tlAelf tmUae.fi4f SWyospUiW
i1; '' V& B. BRUCE,
flireot ,4Ursajl Oar am4 OsbjbIbm BImm
Var m4 usbjsibm B
'acturnrs. ,iw . i., ,.
. , :i . I nui.rviw
T keao uu hand
kOAflll A Hri stmt OM
(VIBllMltS, which we will war.
rant aaual lo etyla. fliiUh aud durability,
LitsT nrlrtsesi. aa stnar msiiln 111 UAA MMllktrv.
Ofce-corner of TUird sud VUe-stmts. , U-I
I 1 ' ..' .,.....,"ui.Jl.il..l'll IH" I
LITTLE MIAMI —AND—
COLUMBUS AND XENIA
COLUMBUS AND XENIA —AND—
COLUMBUS AND XENIA —AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
, . , .,1 i. . i fi
gvi And rf er monpay,
MONDAY, APRII. 16,
Jf IlV.i, tralni will d-rrt ae follow
,pATt aa lonow :
ti A. I VTtMllrrisl.Vraia l.lttls. MlaUl,. Tf
lira I nut, BteubeitTiiie and Pittliiirfj vta Oitmnbiw,
t n(o for Snrfntrrl14 and DrlawarfS.
VAlrltBS" irom Jincmnaii, nam'
fcylini Dipot Wot Hamilton. Blrhi
Indlanaps)ll, Lor inBKtrt, Dnrton, Pprlngflfld, Ur-
ltan aHt (tantionkv ; at Kpr.nirf!e!4 rf LHiawar
ritu lMuion ana Hicntnii Hid hit Troy, i tqua.
Rldnry, Lliim, Kort Warn and Ob1cjrK alao fcr
T'.l.-d'i, Bftrott and all int In Canada. -
M A. nia imm uincinnnn, rianmton ana vmj
niAccuuiinodHtton fr Hamilton and Watf Hta
tlutm ; countHjtK at itumuton ir uxrori etc.
lOl'lO Ae la
Hitmiltun and Da
tlO Ae pi I6.VFM liMM-rmw uiiwiimana
tun and iravioti iiepncminrcu a vX)ium-
IHU aau Ilt'llUir V BOCIIlll,! Tin tHfWV.le,. vrvejw-
liim and Pittwburirt Tia l,'lnmhiiii, fftiibnvlllti and
u Hoiliitr ( 1
MttMrtirfl, and Tin (.in
iisiiitiri. ainfl vim ( iniimmf. rtfi f ;inviaittti.
i:it P. P H . K H W-Jr. Ctilrhinatl,
Hamilton and IiAytun Xtrit-fiff Dnyton, flpflnt-
tiftld. ilrbana kiid Itellffiibtaina c alan at I'ftTttrTi foi
I, oiiim mm : connacia Tia namiiwa iot iucnBona
InuUiiapolla and all point Writ.
.Hi.-JO P. Jl,-Kr..m Cincinnati, TTarnMoC sad
Davtcn loV)t for JIai
oivt for JIamilton and Way rttatloni.
, PU-t mm Little Miami swpo.Accnmo
. fur (lnnibua. auiDBtD at all War Statlona :
also fur RprlnKflf Id,
dMioii, for Xon.. t.tpplnirat Wtty Htatlnrja.
i v y, ni, iiArlB.r.i!l4--rroni JiiMJianMi, nam
lltoa and Dayton D' po-Fw layt"ti, hprlnfftield.
t roana and nanoonKy ; rr rnry, riqua, oiunay.
troana and nanoonKy ; rr rnij,
Limw Fort Wayne ami Chkairni
a I oonnncis via
mil ton for Oxford. Kicnmoud, kofraneport. o.
11 i. M. EFK KHM Krrio Little Iliamt De-
f 't Connect via Cotuinuu, BteubenvHI and Pitt.
urg; via Cohimbim, Ontltne and Pittsburg: via
1)1 umbos and Bel lair ( Wheeling;: and via Colum
bus aud Cleveland - '
SLA..'. ISO-CARS Olf THI8 TRAJ If .
For all infornm.r..iin and thrtmirfa tlfkpta nleaM
apply at the urnuee, aouth-east corner o Front and
Btvadwayi west aide of Vine-afreet, between tha
rmiiuince ana tno ournet uotuit no. i uurnos
nouse; rto. o ran i nirn-airoeii ciixiu-aireet ie
pot, and at the Kriat front-street Depot. i -.
Trains ran by C'iftnnibiis time, which I Mvntt mitt"
oteaaater than Cincinnati time. '
P. w. Ml iiAiKit, uenerai Ticnet Agent.
OmnlbuMtfs call for p.aangera by leaving direction
at the Ticket Office. ap30
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
yen cnANOH of oars to indianat-
11 OL1H. at which bIbcb it nnltne with milrnarlei
fur and from all s-tlota in the West aad North-week.
THREE PA.8SES0KR TB&IN8 . -
T.eavs Cincinnati dailr from the feot of Hill and
r"r,.nt-stnmti", " , . .
B4 A. Hi. uuiuauu MAiii. Arrives at la
.llnimp .11- at 10:47 A. M.j Ohloaxo at S P. M.
Ili30 P. M. Terre Itanto and LbTmoU. Aocom.
h'..lntl.,n arri.ee at Imliaiiuwli. at 4:M P. M.
1 M.-:llli;A10 EXPUKSH. Arrl.ee Bl Indl.
ai.utx.lia at 10:43 P. H.t Uhiragoat 7: JO A. M.
HioeninK unr are attacnea to en marit-trainson
iu. niiu i uu mruuKU w uiiichiiu wiiuuui
ngn of cam. - .
rH eure Ton are In tha Hcht ticket -otTIr helbra
you piirchaiie your ticket, and ask fur ticket t1
Tsaurruncebunr aud Indiitnanolli.
Fare the Muie. aud liiue u
ortor than by any other
Uiucgage cnncKrn tnronitn.- ' '
TlTnoUGll TICK K I'H. aood nntll naeri. can lie oh.
talm d at tlie ticket ofllce. nt Spencer House orner.
(rxuwoMf coruor oi untfluwuy aim rroni; no.j,M
Burnet HuiiRe otiroer; at the Waluut-etreet House:
No. 5 Eu.it Third -etreet. and at Depot Office, foot of
Mill, on Front -street, wnera all maoDaBAr InfarmA..
tluu oin he had.
OmulbUHO run to and from each train, and will
toll lor ptvtfiongMre at all hotols, and all parta of tha
city, by UkitviDg oddruaaatoitherorlice.
apJi a, u. nmu, tTwnaeni.
RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS
Cincinnati & Chicago
Cincinnati & Chicago RAILROADS.
riREA THltOFGH ROUTS T THB
INDIANA rulilS. . . TBItflB hATJTB. . .
.... 8T. LUDU, .. . ,-h:i lavaybtte,
' PKOBIA. BURLINUTOW, . .
....oAbEo-MoY. v :;
Tbirve dailr throutrh traina laae BrrthtisMft iWmt
U A. M. and tftUU P. 11. aud 6 P. U.
Thrnsh to Indiannnoliln vrithxit
- uoaoge ox tjart. , (1. t . ,
Vlrtct Connntioni , ( , .
At menmona. with Cincinnati and Chiemn Ik II.
road, for Andernon and nil points on the Bolleft n
taine JUilroad Line; Kukumo, Loganeport. Paruand
til points on the Wabash Valley KjiIIi (Mid.
At Indianapolisi for Terre liaute, Mattoon Panaa
W. LoMlsaiidliilnoiiCotitrfll lUllroad.
At Lafayette fr Panvllle, Toluuo, Dvjcatnr, BpriDg
leld. Nn plea, Quincy, and UanuiUal and 8t, JeaepW
-A Ohicaro frjifUctmrKehoehaaTllwaukla, L-
jroese, ht. Paul, Prairla dn Uiiien, Bock Island ax
lowa City. .uau o
The p. At. - Train wnkea direct eonnecHen at
Louuttport with LotfaiiB&tri, Peoria and Burlington
Rnilruad. for Uilman. iCl l'aao. Panritv. Rnrilntrtmi.
jiiinvy, Qalaaburg, Gale ua and Dunleitb, making tha
Ui AMI OTiiEU BO U 111,
lOO MILES SHORTER
iuam van vaiVAUVs .
Fare as Low and Time1 as Qalck
Thia la exclusTVelT a TVeatern and North-waataira
Route, having aa fitvorable arrangements with oou
lecnng noane lis any otnor iuum. raaeing inrouga
a highly-cultivated country, with numeroua towng
tlid vllliisos. It ofTt'r-to natron mtirn DlftSBunt uonms
modatton for tnfety, comfort and intereat than any
rnor n.niioitr ine aoovs nameu poiuw.
For Tlironsh Tickata or aav t urtiior infonnatlfxa ha
ure and apply at
tWWftlTiHMrroet, botween Voortb nd fifth -Jtraata,
urni miuiwu iiiuio, t : 11
Sorth-eaht nnrner Front and Broad war: . .
; Went airt 'Tlna-atreot, between Burnt Home an A
Olncinaati, Hamflton anA Daynrf Depot, Fifth and
Btxtb-atreeu. P. Jd. MOKKOW,
W. H. BHIPMAK. Paaaenger AgenC T
1 call for paasengera by 1 earing
ruf the Ticket olrlcea. r
' w. H. SMITH, Agent.
wslsbt iinmiDuifli win caii
their tuunat at either t
COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
JSassssss ' .
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
fVvLn PAJ'V TRAINS FOR VIN.
X OK NNfcs, Cairo aud lit. Louis st i3 A.M.
md AiiiA P, M. ,
Xhrre dully trains fT IrSnlsviUs at 4i3S A. M...
It P.M. Slid 8135 P.M.
One train f.ir Evanevilleat 4l39 A. M.
1'be trnine teonneet st Bt. Louie fur all points ta
KauMM and N-brajika, HannilMil, Qulncy and Keo
kuk; nt Ht. Lout, und Cairo for sLvDipbls, Tiokaiiursl
Kstches aad Mst Urlesns.
One tbrimi-ii tn,n on Sunday at 8i3S P. M. i
'."Ri-ttinilnii. last linn leavee East St. Xoule, Dundsvs
5.9'p M M., . ardlus St Clunlnnsll as
Kpre'as t'mln leaves Bt. tontt daily st 6t40 P. K.
arriving t Clnelnnatl at 0.3.1 A.M.
r or through tickets to all points West and South,
please epply st the offices: Waluut-etreet House, be.
ooriicr elnco; Korth-wet corner Front and road
wnj; Ppencer llouae OrUce, aud at tha Uopot, oorueg
irun-sau niu-nrwH. uraninuiw can mr paae
gera. K. W. WOODWARD,
pir ' nnBviTiwBinBrii Misn'rn 1itii
(I i .' ! 'I II '
Saddle, Trunk and Harness
-;' '' MANUPAcTbaY,';' .
10'i Mulsr-strect, thrsa 4aars akova Tklrel.
KiZ& ? ,1T AN1, ArV R1AKB TO OR.
' . 1" kl"a" Hurwi I'rawilus., ia tbe belt
suit miMt , auUtnutml aieiinnr. Abo, a lariie siesort.
mini oi ii.irse . ntauKeie, H Lip., Lu'Peted Leatkiw
dhs., uri.iie ii i u, Uutiele Ubee, VallM like reel
enle-Icailuirl, Mull Trunks, 8pomie, lu.d a Urse a,
.orrriieiit Ulougliig to (bisUue. . i will aell as Tow as
tie lownst, , ... T. , i . . i ...
; ,,i. i". .', D.S.CARRICK, '
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WILLIAM OIHNF.Y, ATTOHNKT AT
At lAW.CUUuiW.u,o. V-S third.
BANK M.NVIil.Ol'K VAI'Ra.-100 yesms
utrssullty, on hand and for snle by .
uu x.ijn kiiu ior ante uy
. klXUM A OH ATKIEI.D.'
X ' TraiidT1tW.qiiuMtreet.
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