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THE DAILY PRESS.
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Ifaii.ri.., tboafk not T o.UmI. Hluiavae. the
fcro of slnpi enn,, h ll arransed. It
vill b lwmi thl there Is no word ta the of
mors thu one J Ileal ...
Think "t that strensth Hat Is (mat round word,
Or that the brief and p'alo aatj.tneed. b WMkv
To whom oan thti ee tM who mm hap heard
The ory for halo, th toaau that all snen spealri
Whan Want or or. fear la In the throat, ,
80 that each word (saped ont Is Ilka a shriek
Preened from tba aort heart, or a etrange wi UI note,
Sung bv anma far or flendt There la a atreitstn
Which dies If stretched too far. otaroa too In. .
Which ha. m ra night than treedih, aura depth
than laoRth. , . ... . '
Lst but this furca M thnngnt aa apaach sslm,
And ha that will a.ay take Ilia ilark fat phrase,
Whlob slow, and born aot, thongs it lloam and
shine . . . . ,
Light, but ao keet-e Saea, bwSao a blase!
Kor la It ssar strength that the short word boaata;
It serve of more than Siat or alarm to tall;
ins roar ui waraa ioe u v. rw ouunu mwia. :
Tha craab of tall trees whan tha wild winds avail
Tba roar of ran. n proana of man that dlo ( M
un Mood arainaa name. 11 naa a voire aa weu
Tirt- that that far atf oa tbalr sti-k bed. 11a.
for tham tba araapt far tkesn that nonra tba
Tor tham that lens a and daiiua and Msrm nand
To joy a quick atap, aa wall aa grief's el.w trearit
Tha awaat plain wurda ar lewrnwl at fl rat kaap time,
And though tha tham b and, or gay, or grand,
With aach, with all, taaaa mar b mada to cblnvi,
In thoamktac aaaaeb ar aM, oe ar rhjrma.
A Fortunate Parisian Journalist—A Single
A Fortunate Parisian Journalist—A Single Act of Kindness Gains a Fortune.
The .Paris comspoadeat of tba New
Orleans Vtlta writes in lit tut letter: " . ,
One of our Parisian journalists, ' Who was
present at the flrrt representation of a aew
comedy, baa bow substantial cause (o con
gratulate himself opon the kindly impulse
which prompted him to offer ao exchange of
places with an old rentleman occupying ,'an
orchestra stall near by, just in the draught of
a door. . Obeftrring that tha venerable
stranger was suffering to such an extent as to
be on tbe point of tearing the theater, our
food-natured eonrtrt (only journalists, in
ranee, are capable of self-sacrificing polite
ness) insisted upon giving up his seat, which,
after a little hesitation, the invalid accepted,
with a grateful smile. In less than five min
utes, "Items," absorbed In the play, had for
gotten all about the matter, and left the the
ater at the close of the new piece. . i
Some days subsequently, out literary red
tleman bad oceasioa to call upon a friendT re
siding in a "sky-parlor" of a bouse in the rue
de Richelieu. After a brief visit, he started
down stairs, bat just as he reached the- first,
story landing, a man dresjed in black issued
hurridly from a door at the head of the stair
way and jostled against him. The involun
tary aggressor instantly begged pardon, and
had already descended half way to the street,
when he came to a sudden pause, and, turn
ing toward the journalist, demanded if he bad
"half an hour to lose?"
"In what way?" demanded the other, in
some surprise. ,
"You can dome a service," replied the
stranger, "which will be worth a hundred
francs to you, as a witness to a will. A person
whom I had requested to be present, In that
capacity, has not arrived, and 1 must -find
some one to replace him.",
"You call that losing half an hour!" ex
claimed the journalist. "I accept, with in
Without another word, the eentleman In
black, who was a notary, led the way into
the apartment whence he bad issued a mo
ment before, and the journalist presently
r. jv: ' i" I .. . " i j i
ber. Around the bed of the sick man, whose
features could be dimly seen through the
half-drawn curtains, were seated two or three
other persons, also summoned as witnesses
to the instrument about to be executed.
The business was soon dispatched, and noth
ing remained but the apposition of the sign
natures. As the journalist, approached the
bedside, to write his name, the testator caught
a full view of his countenance,
"Do you not recognise me?"' said the lat
ter, in a feeble whisper. , .
"1 have a f tint recollection of having met
you," replied the journalist, "but I really can
not say where." t
"Let me recall myself to vour memorf .
Ton were present, I believe," at the first rep-I
resentation ot l as rru uomtnt, at toe rrana
cais?" . ,J.IA'
"You had a comfortable teat in the or
chestra stalls. 1 sat near you, 'exposed to a
current of air from the door, and,. observing
my unpleasant position, you insisted upon
exchanging places with me."
"It was only a simple act of duty, toward
an old man and an invalid." . .
"The performance of such a duty, as that,"
returned the sick man, "is very rare. . Permit
me to offer you a token of my gratitude."
And, beckoning to tha notary, the testator
dictated a brief codicil to his will. The con
cluding formalities were then fulfilled, and
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ituo wiuinm tan w aooH.
The next morning the journalist called to I
learn how the old man had passed the right.
He was dead. Two days afterward, at the
notary's request, the journalist was present
at the opening of the will. The deceased
had left him a legacy of one hundred thousand
francs. , . . ' i : '. :n .
A School-Tragedy in England—A Boy
Beaten to Death by his Teacher.
The London correspondent of the New
York Herald, Write . ,..,'.'n
A school tragedy is Just bow making a
vast amount of talk. It is nothing more nor
less than a schoolnaater named Thomas
Hopler killinor one of bia nimil m. itam
healthy boy of fifteen, literally by whipping
him to death. A port morttti examination
showed wounds on the legs where the tin
ier oi a man con a go down to the bone
for three quarters of an inch, and the bodr
and limbs covered with bruises and blood.
The poor boy was beaten for nearly two
uuurs, wwaru miuDignt, ana men ne must
nars aieu soon niter, lor a great deal of noise
going up and down stairs was heard durin
the night, and of scrubbing and claanln hv
the schoolmaster and his wile, and listened to
and testified t by the servants. In the
morning the servants were informed that
Master Caacellor the boy's name had died
uurmg uie nignt, ana Mrs. juopley said she
had put a clean night shirt on the corpse
'and made the body-comfortable." It is
really the most horrifying, siokaning picture
of awful brutalitv and crnaltv that 1 ...a
heard of in a civilised eoantry . The boy was
the son of a clerervtnan. and the action! a."!,.
teel" academy at Eastbourne, a small town of
some toree tnouaana ro Habitants, on the coast
between Hastings and Dover., It is ahead of
anything related in Dickens' novels, and one
of those awful Mots ea English school life
tuai luaaea one rejoice mat mere exists a sa
tirical novelist Who will lav out his talanta in
showing np a system that no pert can do jus
tice to. And with as plain a prima facit case
as was ever got np, that wretched scbool-mas
tar murderer has been allowed to go oat on a
paltry bail himself in 1,000, and two ,secu
rities of 500 each. If the Dothehoy's Halls
are not an pulled down in England, so the
- wm uuauvwi an, uut tl BXUOCb,, j.
A Womav Poisons Hnasixr it Mibtaks.
At Avon N. Yn two or three days ago, a
woman who supposed she was testing maple
avrn n tnnlr intn V,-- - it .!
, i umiw a) ubji uuauiairr
of bed bug poison, the base of which Was
corrosive sublimate, A domestic had the
presence of mind to run to the poisoned
woman with a pan of milk, of which she
drank freely, afterward taking the whites of
several eggs the albumen of the . snilk and
eggs neutralizing the oiaon.; . ' ,
CokmiMOBATioa op wnu Amivsttasr or
TBI Dsatb of NdPotnoa. On Saturday, at
noon, writes a Paris , correspondent, a grand
mass was celebrated in the Chapel of the
Tuileries, and in the Chapel of the Invalid,
In commemoration of the thirty-ninth anni
versary of the death of Napoleon L The old
soldiers of the Emperor have eoverod the
railings of the Tendome Column with bum.
berlese crowns of laurels and Lnmorteiles.
A Political totiom UnWAiioio'-JAW:
Burr, editor of the Hartford (Coui.) JW
has been presented, by his political friends!
with a sernoe of solid silver plate, conaisting
of a coffee pot, two tea pot, pitcher, cream
ewer, sugar bowl, slop bowl, and snivel, of
elegant design and workmanship. . .
8mL Pla or Cokstbdotiho Bbidom.
A very ingenious plan of constructing brirlo-es
haa Uaaif batia dswisiisd sdssw vtrabtltf
and private uses, snd so formed of small parts
thatit may ba aaxrlad toanv awl(fB4
and put together at a short notice. The
bridge is supposed te nonets! of two -principal
ribs made thus: The width of the place
isspanued at once by an arch rising one-sixth
part of its silent its curve divided into five
parta, which are proposed to be of good
seasoned oak plank, of three Inches thick and
twelve broad, their joint or meeting tending
to the center of the arch) within this ridge is
another cnt out of plank, as before, of three
inches thick and nine broad, in such sort as
to break the joint of the other.
In each of these ribs are made four mor
tices four inches broad and three high, and
in the middle of the said nine inch plank;
these mortices are best set out with a tem
plet, on which they have been trul divided
and adjusted. Lastlv, put each principal rib
in its place, driving loose keys into some of
toe mortices, to hold the two thicknesses
together while other help is ready to drive
in the joists, whioh have a shoulder inward
and a mortice in them outward, through
which keys being driven, the whole is kept
together. . On these joists, the planks, gravel,
Ac, are laid, and the bridge will be found
suitable for rivers thirtv-six feet wide, la
case the river is fortv or fiftv feet wide, the
stuff should be larger and more particularly
framed. The planks ought to be four inches
thick and twelve broad, in each of which are
six mortices, four of them being four inches
wide and two high, and through these are
driven keys, which keep the ribs better to
gether, the other two mortices are six inches
wide and four high, into which are framed
the Joists of six inches by twelve thetenons
of these joists being morticed to receive the
posts, which serve as keys. The whole being
performed without iron, rusting, scaling and
loosening of the parts in the course of time,
are avoided, sound timber keeping tight and
fi m together. No part of this timber arch
can yield or give way till the keys are broken
snort on at once. ,
' Usi br Naphtha ron Illcminatiox. It Is
(bund, by careful experiment, that the only
lamp in which the new rock oil, or petroleum,
can be burned with success, is the enmphene
lamp, or one having a button to form the flame,
aad an external cone to direct the current of
air, as is now used in all lamps designed to
burn either camphene, resin oil, sylvic oil, or
any other similar product. As the distilled
product of petroleum are nearly all quite in
soluble in alcohol, burning fluid that Is, a
solution ot tne on in aiconoi can not tie man
ufactured from it. As a consequence, the oil
can not be burned in a hand lamp, since, with
an unprotected wick, it smokes badly. Neither
can it be burned in a Cartel's mechanical
lamp, because a portion of the oil being more
volatile than the rest, rises in vapor on the
elevated wick required in that lamp, and so
causes it to smoke. All the products of dis
tillation from the copper still are found capa
ble of burning well in the camphene lamp,
except the last third or fourth part that por
tion which comes off at seven hundred de
grees Fahrenheit and rising, and which is
thick with the crystals ot parolnne. freed
from acidity by boiling on water, the oils ot
this distillation burn tor twelve Hours with
out iujuriously coating the wick,, and with.
out smoke, i ue wick may be elevated con
siderably above the level required for cam
phene. without any danger of smoking, and
tne on s iows no siens oi crustinir ine wick
tubes with a coating of resin, such as happens
witn camphene ana occasions so much mcon
venienoe. The liirht from the rectified
naphtha is pure and white, without odor.
The rate of consump tion is less than half that
. r 1 ;, 1- 1 . ,
ui .campiieae, or rvaiu on wuicu loci is, ui
oonrSe, much in its favor. .
1 Apparatus ron tri Extraction of Coal.
It is now some considerable length of time
since a contrivance was introduced into the
mining districts of Germany, England and
Belgium, the object of which was to prevent
the great fatigue and frequent accidents ex-
fierienced by miners on account of their huv
ng to descend end awend the shafts of deep
mines uf menus ui vertical uuiuera, ur uy tuo
tubs and tackle used in lifting the produce.
This apparatus consists 01 two wooden beams
placed in the same shaft opposite to and bal
ancing each other, and moving up and down
oy an alternate vertical motion communica
ted by machinery. On each of these beams
small sets of horizontal planks or steps are
placed, the distance between each being
twice the length of one lift. The miner then
standing at the bottom on the ascending
b;am. in order to come to the pit-mouth.
stepti to the opposite plank, as soon as by the
motion ot tne name ne is Drought to its level,
taking advantage of the short interval that
elapses while the levels of the two steps are
the same. He is then lifted again by the
rise of this part of the frame, that on which
be first stood descending, and again steps off
when the lift is concluded. He then "rises
step by step till he reaches the top. This ap
paratus was a great improvement in the
mode.or working mines, but it is neverthe
less characterised by a serious inconvenience.
as it is impossiDie to u tt ore or coat trom tne
Shaft in which it is fixed. .
A similar machine has therefore been de
vised, which overcomes these difficulties.
Thus, for each of the wooden rods is substi
tuted a pair of connected rods, provided with
spring catchers on which the wagons rest
while being raised or lowered. Uae of these
pairs of rods serves to raise the loaded wag
ons, and the other pair to lower the empty
ones; on both lines the wagons are raised or
lowered oy succesnve mis, separated oy snort
intervals of rest, during which they remain
resting on other catcneg. rued in tne sides ol
the shaft, and arranged in stages at certain
appropriate distances. . '
1 laoir DiRSCT from thh Ori. M. Chenot
has endeavored to solve a very important
problem, which has for its object the obtain
ing of iron directly from the ore without
passing through the intermediate condition of
uig, as in the Catalonian method, or without
being obliged to perform1 two operations, and
smelt the cinder. To do this the ore is deoxo
dized in a closed vessel at a dull red heat by
the contact of a reducing gas, and there is
thus obtained a porous iron to which is given
the name of metallic sponge. This metallic
sponge presents some remarkable properties
burning with flame at the single contact of a
lighted match, the iron being transformed
into oxide. iL. Chenot hopes to be able to
faring thi( sponge-like substance into a mas
sive form, bv simnle comDreasion at the naiiaJ
heatemployed in forging, but his expectations
ui mis respect nave not as yet Dean crowned
with success. . .. . .
' Tbs Sooth DeHANDiHoTiRnrrnRiAi. Ri.iti
Protsctio. The Bichmond nquirr de
clares that the claim of the South to Federal
protection for slave property in the Territo
ries will never be abandoned. "The Southern
States call upon their Northern brethren to
carry out the agreement of 1856. As the Su.
preme Court has decided that the-'duty oi
jvarding and nrottcling tlu owner in hit riff hit1
exists in all the Territories, the National De
mocracy, in order to quiet forever the agita
tion of the slavery question, should embody
the principle of protection in this platform,
and the party be united in principle as well
as organisation." "The only platform
that can make the Democracy again a na
tional parts' is one that fully, uneouivocallv.
and unambiguously recognizes the right of
protection- avnu toe uuty oi an tne depart
ments of toe Government to afford it."
"We have great hopes," concludes the V
quirtr, "that the .Baltimore Convention will,
m a spirit of fairness and Justice, give, the
Southern States a platform that will preserve
those States to the Democracy, and not one
that must hand them over to the Opposition."
IxoiirioTja BtrriBscaipTioM. Can any of
our reauers interpret tne following super
scription with which a witty school-boy
lately directed bis letter to a friend ? .
; ' wood
. ;,, . ' .. ' . . John
ii -- ' Mass.
rft,i1aiT not. ldv the solu
tion., or the apparently senseless direction.
It is, John Underwood, Andover. Mass. . . ,
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Virginia, recently, or attempting to starve
to death a white child, lit whicli she bad
ii n i Tivri
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8. In the quality and amount of work which it
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kinds of fabric, from the ooarwet to tha flneei
clothi and textnree ;
6. In the ease with which one can loan, to use It .
.While with cheapness, combined with exoel
tenco, and In the ease with which It runs, It If with
out a parallol ;
T. Cotton, silk and linen can be used from tht
Persons In want of Machines are respectfully In
rlted to oall and examine oars before purchaalni
Agents, trareling and local, are wanted to toll thi
machine throughout tho United Statoa.
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Seal Estate, Note and Bill Broker,
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I'SINESS PAPKR CASHED AT A FEW
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(soocxssoa to urns s co.,)
MANUFACTURER 1 WHOLESALE DEALER
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
NO. AO ?IAIN-STREET, CINCINNATI, O.
J. WEBB, JR.,
I AM RECEIVING DAILY, BT EX
the very newest at vloa of Bonnets, Kin.
SONS, FSENCH AkTiriOIAI, It lOWERS, ClIlLOBIN'l
Bats, Kusiieh, Chai'M, Blond Laces, Btbaw TajM
MINUS, BONNKT PXAMKS aud B111.LIMLKY UoOPS,
Wholesale and Retail,
matt . MO. 134 FIFTH-BTBIET.
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M BUilOUOir ifciloriTaOH," d.dicata to the
pup tin or th liUtifnrou(7h Femal) College. By Carl
Augiutiu CU$. frico Jocentn.
JOU.N UUUHUII, Jkl.,
ap29 . . iiii Went Fourth -street.
I.QV.,ifEDALPIANOS-THB BBST IN
tiW York) Dower.nl tnnnd don hi
sjrwnd -action Concert Pjmiy- pro- I
tv uoc4 by LlHts. Tbulberg andothar
uimii tiitj (waif 111 cxiKieuce.
f will sell Umer ftr canh than any other dealer In
tLatclty. Pian aud Al;lodtiite tuned and repaired
thjruuKhly. Pianos to lot at from 6 to 8 16 poryuar
ter. Musical lntttrumonti swMIuk at half-price.. D
act buy or rent a Pitiuo uutil yuu have cUlod aud ex
Uiiueu the ii1kt.
iJUli'XINU ft BKO., Hole Affonta,
Piano Di alers and M:ikera.
fc!7 Ho. 227 W. l lfth-itnwt. near 1'lnm.
OUIO WHITE SLLPnCR SPBIXGS.
Announcement of the Proprietor
THR OHIO WHITE SULPHUR
bHHlNUriareiltuated in Delaware Comity, IH
mile north of Columbus, the Capital or Ohio, on the
Mciuto Klvpr. ten miles from Delaware, five niiici
irom wniGenuipnurMMUnn,on the Bprinitncm, Alt.
Vernon ft Pittsburg It ail road, aud six ml I us In. id
LOWll Centr Htfitlnn. on Iha i!li.rinnHtl. .Innil,...
and Clevcliind Hsilroad,
inese springs win be open rolne reception or vis
itors from Mrty until October.
The gratifying experience of the pftt two leasnni
has fully continued the higbeit expuctatifins of the
proprietor, and encourag'-a him to persevere in his
eif-ru to make this second to no place in the country.
The Urge number of nerniaiiptit cures which buve
been enacted eituhllih Wyond a doubt the rare and
valuable tuedldo.il qualities of these waters. Thftlr
altera live, tonic nnd apuriunt properties reudir tlicio
uncful in a grt-at variety ol 'lipases. The fl vu rtprin-i.
The White Hnlphur, The Chuly beatel be MaKneittnu,
The feiline Chalybi ate. and tlie aprUiK of Pur. W.
ter, are all withiu the lawn and easy ol acceas.
Bnthlng fiere hy the plan adopted ! brought Into
fair eoiuputitlon with tfmt nt nt-turally warm and hot
spring-,. Tho water, heated in the halh-tub by eteam
pipes, the heat not bointt rulsvd IiIkIi enoiik'h to pre
cipitate its Halts, is applied to the surface of the bather
without the toes of any of its ealine ingredients.
The buildings aie substantia, and convenient. (The
6 rounds, embracing about l&oam), divided between
wn and woodland, are tastefully laid of into walks
ATKLKUIUPJI OFFICK lias been irniatiently
Mtahlih-d, couueetiug the Bpriugs with all parts of
A Livery, wll slocked with bonus, and carriage,
Is attached to the place.
For further Information, arrangements for rooms,
to,, apply to
(i AiiUIitW WILSON. Jn., Proprietor,
aplS-bm U jl ware Oouuty, 0.
3vro3sru-v i monhy i
LOAN OFFICE '
BEMOVBU flMM aW,bX WAm-BXRBIT.
MONBV LOANED ON WATCIf RS, JEW
tl.HVai.ii all kluda of MurchaudlM. at low
Inrrtraiad 4S19-!bjrtr Pvrprtiial.
Cih Capital Entnrgod Half a Million
of Oollaral .! i
AGKNCY KSTABLISHED IN CINCIN
NATI lu 1S'25f aritc-auting all present local
Inaurance oommnies and ajr-mclns In the Insurance
niins In thi oity. Thirty-flv yar' constant
duty hrre, oinibifMl with wealth, experience, enter-
frise and liberality, en, -erlally com mend tha Mtntx
juration Ompany to t)a farnmhle patronage of
this rooimunity standitig eohtarr and alnno, the
solo mrvtrnr and living pioneer of Cincinnati under
writers of IMft
1 he largest lose aver srptatned by any Insurance
company at one fire in Ohio wan by the jKtns.at
Chilllcothe. April, W2. anl amounted to 8lli,31 67,
moetly paid prior to thirty days after the tiro.
Loaves paid in Cincinnati during the past six years.
Cash Capital. - . $1,500,000!
Absolute and unimpaired, with a net surplus of ,
514,144 37 , t
A.nd tha prestige of forty -one years' success, and
perience. Investmeuta of
Over $100,000 In Ohio Securities
TIRH AND INLAND NAVIOATlOIf.
Rink pi accepted at terms cnniiMtent with solvency
and fair prohta. - Especial attention given to Insur
ance of Dwellings aud cotuenU fur terms of one to
ApplK-atlon made to frriy duly anthorlxed agent
ftromptly attended to. By strict attentlou toalesit
mate Inyj-nnce Itu-incHS, this Company la enabled
to ottor iMifli Indemnity for the pant and security for
the future. Poiioiee iuod without delay try
CARTER dc LINDSEV, Acenta,
Ho. 40 Main-street, and Mo. 171 Vine-street.
J.J. II no K Ell, Agent, Fulton, 17th Ward.
I. IIIMI, Agent, Covington, Ky.
felt-ay O. P. Bl.CliAy AN, Newport, Ky.
City; Insurance Company
, OF CINCINNATI. OHIO., , .
XI MAIN S.MI bVCAJlOUK.-tsUl.li.lied
Capital Slock .. 9130,000 00
Fire and AXarine Xtisha ,
Takeo at fair rates. L(.ea eunltablj adjiMtnd and
Piascrons D. Bannlnff.Jn.fphO. Bntlpr, B. M.
Bih..r, T. .1. Woaver, W. u. Mi nica, J. W. Donahue,
K. a. lluiiiiii, O. W. Tr.wl.rWf-. J. It. Lclimor.
JOH. O. Ill TLEB, fraiildent..,
, W. M. Ricitannsos, Hfcrotiiry. ,
Wm. P. Hthattow. Knnoyor. . 111 ' ;mnS3-nm 1
Western Insurance Company
, Olf CISCIXNATT, , - . ' !
OFFICE IN THE SECOND hTOrtY OF
No. 2 i runt-tlU-cut, ImjIwucq Alaio and Srua.
1'hti Compnnr I" takln. Fire, Inland and Marine
Blf ks at enrruut rntiw !' premium. : r
Lu.Hes liiirly aiiiKlvd ttnil pt-utuptlr. paid. . ,('
T. P. Etrt, F. Hull. B. W. T'omeroT. ,',
Wm. (Hum, W. Whltnhcr, W. O. Mimn,
linl.t. Mii'-lioll, W. It. LVmstock. I.. C. K. Slaue. '
It .ht. Hik Ii.iuuu, C. fl. Slmw, Uo. btnll,
Wm. firlltnv, . Hftth Kvatm, J. II. fimfre,
Iuvil (iilwnn, II. Ul'jl'.-hnmnn, J. G. lahuin.
O. Olrarwater, TUu. K. ilitW j
' ' T. F. KUKKUT, rreeldont.
HTEpnr.N BIorrb, Secretary. doS
National Insurance Company;
1 Cincinnati, onio. '
OFFICE MirTII-WEST COIINER OF
Marine, Inland Transportation
1 and lire Risks. , , "
TAKEN AT CURRENT KATES.
inhn Bnrgoynf , K. HI. Smith, Bobort Hnoiw, '
Wm. H.pw(.rtli, (Ihus. Muure, M. IVcheimer,
J. Lit J1UBB,
j ii, ... jii.K,, jieury niiii..
jiiiin ih:i;i.iiVni:. Prkirt..nt ..
H. O. rasr.n, Bot rot.iry. ,.
nos-hrm . I'. A. SPIIIOM AM. Snrreyor.
THE OYSTER TRADE.
O. B. MALTBY
I .: r
. DXALES IS-
THK SUBSCRIBER T NOW RECEIV
ING DAILY, by the Adams Express. MALT-
Bl'S world-reaowued Balllmors 1
Fresh Can, Keg ana Shell oysters
i . also ' no ' i '
its ,YK-BP1CEI, f
ROBERT ORR, Agent, i ' .
Sep7-tr j , . ... Depot, 11 West Filth-street. '
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
O. E: NEWTON, M Da, "
OFFICE KO. 00 WEST HEVENTH-ST.
betw.un Vine and Ituce. Ueflldence Ido. 53
Sevenlh-atreet, between Wuluut and Vine. Ofti
aour. 7X to 6 A. M.: IH te 2,4 P. 11.; 7 to 8 P. M.
WIL.L.IAM M. HUNTER,
v.,:! J TAFT, ": 1 '
, , (SncceiMor to Knowlion A TtiAs) -
1 STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE.
Eoonomy ! ; Dispatch I , ', : , .'
Save tiaeTPieces !
SBFl'L IN EVIitty HOUSE FOR
meuillu uruuure, luye, urocKery, Ulaaewara,
Wholcttale Depot, No. 4H Cedar-street, New York.
AUdreita . HI. Nit Y 0. riHALlH -NO A CO.,
H.ti No. S.tViio, New York. .
Put tip for PeMiri In cusee eontnlnlng funr, el icht,
tmI twelve dozf n a .beuutlful Lttbogrupb tiUow
curd ftvcouApunylng each n-kaffe. d21'itr
Hanks'a Bell andBrass Foundry.
NILES WOHKS, (Rirmcrly fieorif1 L.; tlankslllta!'
KaHS. colid-slreeti Cincinnati. "
or iiiuilt Loordor, nl'auy nize up tu b.uuu poiindi,
and in eiiiiuoa 11, wnutod. vry viirk'ty oC llraa.
Work and llruw hiidVonipoeitlnn CVtlinrs made to
ordi-r. M on Imnd. ll.,tiullt Moiel tuid Spelter Hoi
der, aud every derioriijtioii of r'miiiheij JUraiui VVoia,.
IRON PIl'E AND FITT1NUM. ..,
rartlcultu-attontinQglvcii tn Steamboat Work.anoh
aa Wruojfht'iKui I'tplnv dnd FittiuKs put un: Brmiu
and Water UuiiK'ia, ll4alic I'Ki'kMiK, AVliiatlas.
lllower., Knsinv lltdl., Ao. hnMrbMr ,VockM aua
all other Tariulli'l nh.iyrt on Ifaii'l.
i'HOMAS I'lKTH, Buperluteudvnt.
i , iyb-cuii4awl . ;
Pure Catawba Wine.
A PURE ARTIOI.E CONSTANTLY ON
m utttu hli lur sale in any niiuiiuiv uy
, . AlirlfcllTKUHIt, Drui
jDuuia-westevrner icutrui-avuuue awq
INK ENVELOPE PAPKII.-100 reams
extra ijuaiitjr, on hand aud lor aula by
r aud 70 Wataut-UJt.
CINCINNATI RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS
—AND— Cincinnati & Chicago
" '' ' &FLmZJZZ3 v
Iqjreat TnnojROTH to iTh
ISDIAWAPOliIS, (TRH8 HACTSJ,
I BT. LOUIS, . , ,.. LAf ATK1TR.
, CK1CAU0. ', LOdANHFOBT.. ' I
7 UAtEOliX ;r---r -
Three dully thmush Iniiua lean RHin-tir! Dm4
at 0 A. M. and ili30 f M. and P. K.
Through to Indianapolis without
Change of Cars.
. , . lyi Otj ... i iow
At Richmond, with Clacinaati and Chleaxo Rail,
road, fnr Anderaon and all points oa tha Peilefoa.
talne Keflroad Line; Knknmo, Lo.an.port, Pern and
all point, on the Wabash Valley lUllroad.
At Indianavolia for Terr llante, M attom, Paaa,
St. LonH and Illinois Central Bailroad.
At Lafaretto Tor Ilanrllle, tolono, Wetor, 8 aria,
flald. h.plc, yuincf , and Ilaoolbal awl HU JeMsk
At Wilcaio for Bactaa. KmnshA Hrlwkle. La
emeae, St. Paul, Prairie An L'hl.n, BocS laUad and
UmC,t , ( . 1 . '.! 4 i
The A P. M. Train make direct eonneetlon al
Lomn.port with Lnan.port, Peoria and llorllnstoo
Bnilroad, for Oilman, hi Paao. Peoria, Burlinaton,
Oiiincy, Oaiesburf , Galena and Oanlelth.inaalna the
TWENTY-FIVE MILES SHORTER
THAN BY ANY OTHER ROUTE.
—AND— 100 MILES SHORTER
THAN VIA CHICAGO.
Fare Low and Time as Quick
as by any other Route.
Thlt te oxcJnilTel7 Weetern and North -weeterv
Koute, hln(f ne hfomhl Rrrnnfetnenta with ootv
nectint? Koeils m any other Houte. Penelnff throngl,
hiRhly-ciiltiTBted oountry, with numeron town
D(i vilbigee, It n(Tn to pAtroni more plnenant etttotn
iniHlation for nnfety, oomfort end Intereut thui ny
other Route fir the above BMned point.
- For Thrunuh TlokeU or muf furtbei luf ormetto be
ure ftud apply at
- TICK BT 0FHC1CS:
leDWfllnnt-etreet, between feurth and Vlflh-tresiti
nearOlb-Kn Houm; , . - -Nortli-eeet
corner Front and Broadway;
Wert tl Vlue-etreet. between Burnei Boon anw
Poetarfhce; - .
Cincinnati, lUmllton Mid Davtoa Vtwrt, Fifth and
HUtb-atreeta. fi, M. M OH ROW. .
iv- Superintendent '
W. H. BHIPMAN, Pamniter Afent
MVUmnibueee will call for pMwenfera by leaTina
their names at either Of the Ticket Office.
anl - W. H. SMITH. A Rent. "
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
mr CHANGE OF CARS TO INDIANAP.
1 OLI8, at which place it nnltea with rnllro&ilt
for and from all polnta 1A the West and ISorth-wert
j ;THHKH PA83BNOBB TBAIN9 ..
tate Cincinnati daily from tha foot of Mill ant)
5ftO A. III.-'ORICAOO MAlT.Arrfrflg at In
dlimnnnliH at 10:47 A. M.; Chicaco at A P. M. -
1 1:50 A. IU. Terro Jff ante and Lafayette Aooom .
mulHtttin-krrltiMint Indlnnapolin at:-V) P. M.
6 I. ir.-OUICAOO FX PltKHS.4 ArriTni at Indi
aiiAKllj at ft:ii P. M.: Uhicagt at 7:V A. M .
Sloe ping Cera are attached to all night -trains OB
thU lino, and rum throXtgh to Chicago without
Chnnnfrt or car.
B eure yon are In the rifrht ticket -offloe befttre
fou purebfute your ticket, and aak for ticket via
Fare the aeme, and time ahorter than bf any Othei
Itiigeaire checked through.
TiTlLOlTOH T10KKTS, good nntll need, can be ob
talned at the ticket otncee, at Hpeuoer Home comer.
North-west corner of Droodwu.y i.nd Fnint; No. 1
Iturnrt lIutiRe corner; at the Walnut-itreet Houe:
No. 5 Rout Third -street, and at Depot Office, foot oi
Mill, on Fnmt-etroet, where all necessary infurmft.
tinn can le had. . , , . . . . ,
Omniburwe run to and from each train, and wit)
call tor pafwengers at all hotels, and ail parta of thf
City, by leaving audi-eas at either office, t
11 , . ; - Uf C, LOUD, President. .
COLUMBUS AND XENIA
CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON RAILROADS!
ON AND AFTER MONDAT, APBJL 18,
ISIM, Trnlna will di-pnrl as follows :
' tt A. M. EXPRKHM-Krom Little Miami De
pot Connect, via Columbus and Cleveland : via Co?
himbns, Steubenvllle and' PlttMburg; via Columbus,
Crestline and Plttaburg: via Columbus and Bollalr
A. M. KXPIt ESS-rrom Clooluiiall, Ham
ilton nnd Dayton Depot for Hamilton. Iiicnmond,
Indianapolis, Loganaport, Dayton, Sprrnxneld, tr
nana and Sanduakyj at SprlngHold fur Delaware,
with Dayton and Michigan Hoad for Tror, Pique,
Sidney, Lima, fort WaynS and Cblcagoi also, for
Toledo, Detroit and all point. In Canada.
., 8 A. HI, From Cincinnati, Hamilton aad Dar
ton Accommoilation for Hamilton and War Sta
tions; connect at Hamilton for Oxford, te.
j.ui.w a. e si..vt-imrsis srora utnomnati,
Hauillton and Dayton Depot Connecta via Colum
pue and BelUIr (Wheeling) J via Columbus, Crest
line and Plttabnrgs via Oolumbns, Bteuoenvllls aad
Pittsburg, ami via Columbus and Cleveland.
!ii30 1-, M. IXPIIKS (J-J-rom Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton DepotVor Dayton, Spring.
field, Urban and Bellefoatainej also at Dayton for
Columbus: connects via Hamilton for .Bioamond.
Indianapolis and all points West.
SiSO P. ni. from Cincinnati, Hamilton ana
Dayton Depot for Hamilton and way Htatlona.
. 4 P. III. 1'rom Little Miami Donot Aocommo.
datlon, for Columbus, stopping at all Way Stations 1
tleo lor dprlngfteltl.
tt P. Mm ' rum Little Miami Depot Aeoommo
datirm, for Xenia, stopping at Way Htations.. . . i
. 11 P. M. EXPKKHH-Krom Cincinnati, Ham
ilton and Dayton Depot For Dayton. Bpringneld,
Urbana and8andu.ky; for Troy, Flaua, Sidney,
Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago : also for Toledo,
Detroit .and Mil points via-Canada; connects via
Hamilton tor Oxford, ltlchuumd, Leganapori, Ac .
11 P. M. kXPKES.S-Jrom Little Jllaml De
pot Connect, via Columbus, Kteuljenvllle and Plttv
burg; via Columbus, Creetllue and Pitteburg; via
Columbiw anil Bellair(WuUag)i and via Colum.
bus and Clevoland. .
8LKKV1N0-CAR8 OW THIS TRA'I. '
Kor all Information and through tiokata pleas
apply at the omcus, south-east comer of Front aad
Broadwar; wtort aide of Vine-street, between tbe
Poatolflce and the Burnet' Hone: No. 1 Bornet
Houee; No. j Kaat Third-street : BIxth-etra.t Da
pot, and at the Kaat Front-atreet Depot. .
' Trains run by Columbus time, which is seven min
utes faster tbiifi Cincinnati time, if! 'ml. : . -j
P. W. 8T It AD Kit, General Ticket Ageat.
Omnlbusee call fot aaaaeagers by leaving direction.
at the Ticket OBieea. ap30
COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD.
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
TWO DAILY TRAINS FOR TIN.
CANNES. Cairo and St. Louis at SS X M.
aud 5ia5 P. K. , i
Three daily trains for Louisville at 4t33 A, M.
8 P. M. and St5 P. M. - "
Onetraia fur K'anavillsat 4i39 A. M. .
Tli trains etmnect at St. Louis fur all points In
Kauaaa and Nebraska. Hannibal, Quincr and Keo
kuk; at Ht. Luuat and Cairo for.ateuinhls, Vicksbura
Katohei and New Orleana. ,
: . Due through train on Bandar at Si3S P. at. ' '" ' : ' 1
Roturn)ug. fust lino leaves s.ast St. Lonls, Sundays
KSa.'p'al l ' arr'vln Cincinnati al
kapraiu t'eain leaves St. Louis dally at t. at.
arriving at Cinolnnati nt 0:55 A. SI.
For through tickets to all points West and Booth,
aleaae apply at the orHeea: Walnut-etreet House, be
tween Sixth aw) beveuth-etreetat So. 1 Barnat lions
corner olticoj riorth-woat corner Front and Broad
way; Apenorr HeuaeOlrlee.and at the Depot, cornet
Fronand Mlllitreets. Omnlbusee call for jwiaeea
gera. j B. W, WH)DWAIU, ,
apH , 18np.rlnUud.nt lastora Division.,,,
Saddle, Trunk end Harness
10!I IUaia-Mr4t, three St Mr. akave Third,
IfEFP ON ITAND AND MA KB TO OR.
V i)i.H all kisd. of Hon. Trappings. In the beat
and moat aubatuiitlal maiinor, Alwi, a large aMorlr
nn-tit of HorM Blankets, Whips, Carpet and Leuthel
Bags, Bridle Bits. BiuTal. Bobes, Valiaes (the real
sole-leather), Mi, (I Trunks, Spoun, aud a large as.
sortinent belonging' to this mi. J will sell saw as
Ul0Wt. .. ..li rt '
D. 8. CARRICK.
'aolt-ayl .: j. j: i i
Bv KITTREDGH & 0 O.,
i,1 7 134 WAINrST., CIN., O. ' '
KITTIlEpGB & OXeSOSI,
. 55 St. jpftarles-st., Nw Orl X.a.
'. i ., . iiswoataasaa, Hi .im. iti
Ouas nd BporUii 'A.pprsvttM,
4 Pastsas in avwrowpaa. aht
, -. I,
;.-(; ii J1JC Jl;l
HALL,' CARROLL & CO.,
No. IS aad IT Ksst ClasakaaHStrW.' f
TBB'll?ARl t ft rea J
morm int1nfectlfT. then nny ether now In nee.
We offer reward of ONK TIlUHHAND 90Tff i
LARS to ewy perwon thut cen. np to .hepreeewt Mine, ' '
how a eingle lnnUnre wbereia they uv isklied te
pretre their contenie.
With this HAFK we chellenite ell ompet-tfon, m
beln the bewt Fire Proof. Burglar Proof, or Tim?
mni nrgtxr ntyw m4a unn n winm '
with enr eetehllnhment In the Union, end the partf ' ' '
hUlnif flint to forfeit to the other the ma of 92,i)M.
We ere prepared to fomlnh a better Befe, and at leea
coet, than an other manufaoturer im tha United
Statee. -. "Vj J
Pecond-sSend Sefre of other makere also oa hand. T
" We reepectfnll InTlte the puMlc to eall aa4 exam ( 1
iae ear took before purchaefni elsewhere, i t '
; HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
I , anl-ar Ho, u and IT Cast Coltunbls-etreat. t
I ,, ., i.,, , . - , s
MA DAM K KfsTsTf. Uf. H., WA FOT7ND
at laet just what the Lediee hftre lout needed .
and-looked for tn rain, the DTK It INC ELIXIR.
The Uterine Elixir Is warrant 4 t core all oiev f T !'
eaeee of a uterine tmrure; Iiiflammatlon of tha- '
Worn h, the Kldnoyi. the Ornrles, and the Urethra, . '.
Prolapeui or Fall ins; of the Womb, Painful Monstra-a
ft Ion, Ohlorofile, Aniemirrhea; In fact, a perfrct can "
ffuerantead br the nee of front two to five bnttleeotf
the Kltxlr, of anr ilieeaee wbaterer of the (eneratrra ,tf r
and Urinary Onranai of male or female, no natter at i ? '
now mnc etHnainf
nf. Price VI per bttttle. . . i i
, 1,18 calls particular attentloa tolha
followinf Card of one of tha moat prominent Druf
gisia oi Cincinnati.
"To tkt Public and 0 Ladies im FmHmkwt 1 . . 1 A " ,
We, the nndenlfned, are not tn the hahK of git
tne onr name to sVatent Medlclnee; hut knowltir well ,
the Ladr Phretelan, and tha medio tne culled tha ,
Uterine Elixir, we cheerful If reoommend It to all fe
males mlTerlnfi: from Female Dleeaaee of any kind; tt ,
Hi purelr rejietable, and In no oaee can no injury; wn '
vay to all tr, ana our wivrd for It, jrou will And relief. , ,.
IIP Ii WIT 1 T -iA '- "
. fOornerof Fifth and llaoa itrceta.
' u a t oa ' 1 '
MADAMS 8PAN-ISH BtMUXATIKO
COUGH AND LIVER B ALB AH curee, without fell, l
Peine In the BraaeVRuck, Hide or Llmlie; Coiutlta, ,. -Col,i,
Hoereeneea, Dldlcnlty of . Breathing, Head-
ache, Flatnleocr, Heart Imrn, Chronio Rheusaatism -Bllloue
Collo, Cramp Uolje, Orlplnf Palue of tha
Bowels, Du linens. Stupor, InactWUr, Loee -of Appe ,' K
tlte, and In Painful Mnatruatlon It la a certain cura
andsivce loimedlnte relief, In any of the above die- '
eaeei it will give relief In twenty mlnntea, and a per
manent cure by the nee of two bottles. Only 60 oeata '
per bottle eo cheap that ererr person can get It.
N. B. For aale by F. P. HILL. Druggist, oorner
df Race and Fifth-street j aT..D. TARK, oorner of
Fourth and Walnut SUrRtt, KOKAtEIN CO.,
corner Vine and Fourth; JOHN pICKSOV, corner ,
of John and elxtfi-sis.; PAUL RKINLKIN. oorner r
of Eighth and Freeman; EDWARD HCANIjAN 4
CO., corner of Main and Fourth ; and MA DAM B
BLLIH. 144 West BUth-street. , . eep27-ar ) ;
91. H. Co.k. ',. A.Ba.04)lui -
M. II. 00 OK A CO.,
' PBOPBIITOM Of . ,.,! u'i r'ft
GREAT WESTERN TlkNXQ MILL
jWHIT E WAT E R CANAL, i ' '' '
BKTWXEM rUTTB AMD SlXf fl-8TAEKTl fJiTM-" '' 1 V
' iu . w CIKKATI, OHIO. -Vr. .iv.l ' ''
IN CONSKQtTBNCB OP HAVING en- '
TIliKLy abandoned building In tha elty, and
turned our attention to preparing buiWhig materials
of every description, we can safely say tha our ax
perienoe In the bueineas aud our taclllttee anabbv usi l
to offer inducements to builders tn the city aud at a
a nuance nastirpaiuieu, ir euuaiaq. py any other suni
Ur establishment In the West.
- We alao mannfactura Teneara of all fiaeerletlone.
and keep on hand an aeHortmout of Mahogany, Bosn T . 7
wooa. wHiuuianauau veneers. Aiaes'ioa naoaiag '
for Pictures and Looking-glaHses. I n
P. fl. We have lust rtolvavl fnrtr -thonauul Ihattof l
Bed Cedar, of flue Quality, which wa oan sell at a ' '
lose prlca.tban tt haa ever been aold for ta this mar-
ket. .ii, .., i . ) -aaas.tr 1V 1
ill i ' 11. 1'. lis LIAS'S
"Vfatcli & J;ee House, , ,
, '"16 West Pouilh-8treet,';"'--;:'l:
VH?EE CAN BB IAD EVERY ARTI.
VT CLE acoortiiiulna to tha buaineaa. at ftDiHn
lew price, for CASH, than havr befor baolforsd ,
la this aiarket.
. .. 6IT1 VI A OiLi;
Aad.se fcr yonraelvas.1
tcjh m;; "v: es i i.
Tin-plate and Sheet-Iron Worker
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A GKNT FOR RTBWARTS AIR-TIOIT
xa- bummer and Winlor Oookloa-etov. AIsos4wds
for Oarter'a Vlltorlus lirdraut, whan It mar k. smb
Inoeerataon. . , i
Jobbing don with promptness snd dispatch. 1 -'
,. COR, BROAD WAT Ac FRONT-6T3.
trims . FSTAB
and undergone s thorough im prove men t, he re
spectfully solicits a call, ton n ud irlands aud tbs
public gouerally. Its favorable lucation being In
the vicinity of the different railroad offloae, front
lngstemnftoat landing makes it a puovenient atop
pjng place fur passengers. . . ; , ,
ja. paawa again Into
the haiias or ta .ul
. BOARD $1 PBB DAT,;
.rfor Sarlv traioa-.i
J-. LBVHIN0, rrop't.
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w eivaa caocs Dreaxnvr
apzg-oq i it,
i !i Family Work
I'l I'KUTrl tLr liuorm the Udles prClnclnaatl
and the publlr . oenerallr. that .he has .Deued a
FAMILY WOKK-HUOM at thaofflosof tb. Qrmr
a tiaker Dewl.i
Haker Rewi.g Machine Coin pan r. No. AS We.S
ourth-etrent, where .he Is prepared loluamilkctiRsv.
isdles and 1JilMreus' Under Garment., BUIru, Bhlrt
loeoms and Tucked gklrte, which lor durabllitr and
neatueee are unaurnuMid
N. II. Particular attention paid to tha manufmcturfj
of Children's Olotblng of every isisriptton.
.hi imaau-M j
O. W. BOWLER,
PRorr-H!OR IN THH TE'
CHlfiLKUK OF 8UUUBON8.
a. . .... Vv uu HVST'H O. UlUWa f U. f. J
tiutk-slret, hetwen Main ud Walnat, Cincinnati.
for flalads.-rJuet reoeived, 6e cases doiible clar
Iflrd Uorili ails. Oil : loo elearant decanter. Luooa Oil 1
t domn Fiorouc Onanist Also an invoice of aupe
rior Malt Vinejmr. S'hl. Vlitatrar 1. nt ninat dAll.
raDiaeeanters Luooa Ull i , , . t.
Also an tnvuloe of sups- , .,
riuegarlsofa most deli
1 Theater Buil jrif,
Srcamorev.tit. ' , i ., , ,
eioti. navor, anu is pencii;
substanc. .Toraala br
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fLEANER OP SINKS' ANfl TA
V Mo. W glxtll-atreet. between Vine and 1
nt and IUce, Id
the Medical Oolleaa. Vlnolnuatl. tthia P.r,n. .ha
mar favor him .1th their satnwafeeaarelr on poaa
tualltr and lo. prlM. ... ' r .
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V L& B. BRUCE,
!( Jtatlraad ! mad Onanlha Olaa
BOAD UAR aud OMV)IbO1CS, which wa will war
rant euual in atria, flnlih and dnnblllu-aadas as
low prioes, as aay made In the oountrr.
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uUty , just recelvciancf for mIV , ,
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