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BY EDGAR A. POE.
"i rrkte , waters nahlihd, tad low la
She beads f gieotlemaa or New Tort, In MS.,
kaan Impress e Pea's pwenttar and wetidllse
genlas, thowgk M laaka Mm tnhk aad music of hit
reeognlasd aad printed sum positions In Tom. Rd.
la tee deepest drtli of mldnlg it, white the sad and
till floating, nvlntty ertoed from the forMt
chapel tll . .
faintly, faltering! floating p'h Is tla waves of
That were thro' the midnight railing, chafed and
bllluwr with th tolllu t . .
la air chamber I lay dreaming, by tba tre-light's
ntfnl gleaming , - .
Aad my Ureero. miw dnma Mrahadvwod 1
hurt foredoomed to carol
Aa ths lest leer, lingering Mho T tba midnight
UftTn? thr-tirt'lls aabl billow" of the thlthat
shore of Time- 1
Leavinf on the startlees silence nut a token But a
laeaalvsrlng sigh departed; from air conch la fcar
itsrtea to af Ibet hi terror, for my dream! phaa
tea mal error
Falsi-! la tbe Itfal are a frightful, lendl-h laming
Ob the red hearth's reddest center, from a blatiug
knot of nek, '
Seemed tegloe end grin this gbantom wbeu In ter
ror I amke.
i hit alusnt-srotis evelida straining, as I stan-aered
to tne noor.
Still In that dread vieton seeming , tamed nriui
toward the gleaming
Hearth, and i bur! eh, Red 1 1 eaw It; and fTum IU
flam f ng taw it
Spat a eea-'lc, seething, biasing, bubbling, gur
gling stream of gorei
Sgoechleef , atrnek with stony eMsnce, froaen to tba
sour 1 stood,
XUi mthousht my brain waa biasing with that his-
eiuc. bubbling bloudl
Till t Ml my Hfs stream oosiag, cosing from tboee
Till the demon seemed to name ma then a won-
drons calm eame e'er met
And my brow grew sold and dewy, with a death
ad 1 fell back ea air glllow,
la apparent tool
Then tilt death's asssting shadow, in tho icr fail
Z ley, stricken, cam a koataa and hideout murmur
to my ear;
Oaawamnrmar Ilka tba murmur of aaaaeeiu In
tbeir slsen .
ottering, " Higher! higher! higher) lam demon
I am Arch-l'iend of the Fire, and oach blading roof
my sweetest ineeuse U the blood aud tears my
"Sow I rerel on vae pralriel how I roar among the
Bow I laugh wbea from tha Tillage o'er tbo snow
t tnereduaase shines,
Aad 1 bear Uh ehrleke af terror, with a life In every
. breath 1
Eow I icreain with lambent laughter, as X burl each
Dawn the foil abyss of lire until highcrl higher!
Leap the high prteeta of my altar, ra their merry
donee of ileathl
"I am Monarch of the Fire!
I am Vassal King of
World enrlehlaa. with tha shadow of IU doom upon
with the symbol of Hereafter flaming from my fatal
I command tba Eternal Fire' Higher! higher!
Laaa my miaieiertag demons, like nhantaimagorlc
But xIor Dalrenal Nature In their hideous em
brace!" Than aeombrasilenoeshat me In a solemn, shroud
And raluaibered Una an iufknt in the '
ueradlo uf the
TUlthe belfry In the forest queered with tha matin
And tho martial, from tba edges of its lichen-lidded
Shimmered through tba meeat arenas, where the
iigot lu tru dish marcneo.
Like a routed army struggling through tbo serried
ranks of uak. ...
Thro' my lry-ftatted oasamanta, nlured in a tremu
from the t!l and stately Undeu where the robin
swelled bis throat
Qnernlon qoaker-hreeited rebin, calling quaintly
fur bis mate!
Then I started up unbidden from say slumber, night
With tha memory of that dire demon hs my central
On my sjs's Interior mirror like tha shadow of a
Ah! the lendisk Are had smouldered to a white and
And no knot of oak wan flaming as it flamed upon
But around its Tery center, where the demoniacs
.Forked shadows soemed to linger pointing, as with
Ton Bible, measir, golden, on a table carrrd and
And I bowed and said, "All power Is of God of Ood
[From the New York Evening Post.]
Interesting Tale of Cardinal Dubois.
Ia tba Tear 1723 Monsieur Le Blanc waa
French Secretary of State for the Wur De
pArtment. His Intimacy with the Kegunt,
Vukt of Orleans, waa great, and Cardinal
Dubois, At that time Prime Minister and the
real regent of the kingdom, determined to
implicate him iu the ual versa tioug in the
office of the Treasurer of France, named
Jonchere, who wag gent to the Battile, and
who waa probably guilty. Le Blanc wai
compelled to resifrn tits gecretaryahip and to
exile himself from Paris, but with permission
to reside with his son-in-law, some fifteen or
twenty leagues distant.
The only real iault or crime of Le Blanc
wag the influence he was known to possess
orer the Duke of Orleans, to whom be had
been of great serr.ee; and there existed
between tnem a friendship as strong as the
irresolute duke was capable of feeling for any
of his furoriteg.
The public, which at that time meant the
nobility, with a lew prominent financiers and
bankers, together with the priests, sincerely
regretted Le Blanc'g dismissal, as he never
in nit high position forgot himself for a mo
ment With the humblest individual he was
affable and kind, respectful to the nobility
(which with those in the service of the Htaw
wag not usual), obliging to all, and when In
his power useful, reiusing cntceAtlly when
requests were unreasonable, expeditious,
clear-sighted and Industrious thoroughly
conversant with the details of his office, and
watchful over all under hit supervision, from
the highest to the lowest.
The public outcry waa general and Tery
plainly expressed, although the dismissal,
which had been for a lung time determined
on, was uuxpecteu But the outcry and
gurprigg were not lata general and plainly
exhibited when it became kuowu that a Mon
sieur Breteuil was appointed in his place,
and that he had been sent for from a distant
part of the kingdom, where he had for some
time filled one of the smallest offices in the
gervice of the State. Breteuil wad still young,
withont the slightest knowledge of anything
appertaining to the army, or to fortifications,
cr munitions of war, and, indeed, had not
seen a body of troops even at a review. - He
had never applied himself to any pursuit,
And wag utterly incapable of serous applica
tion; mere provincial foppish lawyer, who
thought of little else than how to pagg the
, time in, dissipation aud amaaameut. The
cause of this aatoaishing elevation, for a long
time a profound secret, was golely his hap
pening to nu tun noait omot aoove men
tioned, - .
Cardinal Dubois had married early ia life,
And of course very oboeurely. 1 Whet) he first
began to rise in the world he paid his distant
wue iiocrauy to noia ur tongue; bat when
be rose to great distinction, when he became
a cardinal, a prime minister, Aad the pog.
naaor oi minion a, b waa jrreatiy tree. bled.
Bis low origin nreveutud lug rising except ia
toe church, aud be wag tit hourly dread of
some untoward event that mlpht reveal
his Ill-starred marriage. The weJdiug took
place lu-.Limousin, aud the ceremony wag
performed byaaobscnrevilhtgepriest. When
Dubois was made Archbishop of t'ambral he
sent for Breteuil, madaiiuuhia confidant, and
begged him to leave no menus run tried to
destroy every veatige of proof as to the mar
riage, bui ttcropuloiulyto avoid everything
that wonld eaane the gllghtfgt rnmgr even in
retard to it, , , :
The already brilliant positfoa uf Dubois tg
Ar oh bishop, and the future proa pacta of the
cunning favorite of the Duke of Orleans,
caused Breteuil to see , tha heavens open to
receive him if he conld rsuooecd la raadorinit
Dubois a service Bo ' aiitU aud At Uie aaoae
J1.lrws1.iH ixeaeucd a certain
tort of cleveroess, and hedetermuied to make
aat of it. He immediately returned to Lim
ogeg, and soon alW, under pretense of soma
business la the province which required hit
immediate attention, beaeiouwltiitwoor
three servants only, timing Us arrival in the
il sa where the murnsa toog, bl at oat ,
tlocii night, gtopped at the house ut thg
priest, (there being no inn,)and frankly asked
permission to stav nntil morning, as darkness
had overtaken film on hia.Journey aad be
' waa half dead with fatigoe and hunger. Tha
ModHiatared priest was delighted to be able
to ghow hospitality to Monsieur the nfiiant.
!.ie Had everytaing nis aonse mssuunea in
hasta prepared for tho: sapper, "and he bad
besides the honor of guppinr with hit eeeet.
while Breteuil s sorvantg were take cit of
ia the aitebea by the priest t housekeeper,
Urns learuig the host and: tbo guest fe-fs-o-
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. Breteuil loved a glaag of good wine, and
was celebrated in hit province for drinking
his companions ander the table while bo kept
sober himself. Ha pretended to And the
supper excellent, aad the wine beyond ail
S raise. The priest, charmed with his guest,
tought only of giwatratn; him, as they say ia
tbo province -the capacious jug of wine was
on the table, and they helped each other
alternately, with a Joyous familiarity which
delighted tbo - good priest. Breteuil. who
had formed his plan, succeeded in drinking;
nie noes aeaa arunic ie oouia nettner sn in
his chain nor see. nor sneak a word. ' When
he had thus succeeded hi rendering the priest
entirely helpless, he availed himself of the In
lunnauon us nao. nrawn irorn mm anting ine
first quarter of an hour of tbo tnpper. He
bad asked Dim whether his parish register
was ia good order, how long It had been pro
perly kept, and pretending to fear burglary, be
wouiq anow wnere ne sept tne register, anu
whether the keys were always a secure place,
so that when he saw the priest could do noth
ing to prevent bisection, he got the keys of
we aestc, opened it, took out tne register, ana
turning to the year of the marriage, took Out
carefully the leaf he wanted, (not of course
troubling himself about the loss of the other
marriages on the same leaf.) put the precious
leaf in his pocket, replaced tlie register,
locked the desk, and put the keys back to
their place, lie waited for the day to dawn,
when he called his servants, gave the honse-
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Knr usuuiiu ui r 1 1 ci , nuu um'D t, nr.
leaving the good priest to leisurely sleep off
the fumes of his drlicoue wine.
Breteuil thea went to Breves to see the no
tary (having previously made inquiries res
pecting him.) who succeeded the notary who
had drawn the marriage contract. He wag
closeted with . him, and by intimidation
obliged him to give op the copy of the con
tract in his possession. He then Bent for Ma
dame Dubois, from whom her husband had
managed to get her copy of the marriage con
tract, threatened her with the deepest dun
geon aad bread and "Water for life if she dared
ever to speak of the marriage to any living
being, and on the contrary promised her
everything she could wish if she held ' her
tongue. He assured her, besides, that all she
might say would be useless, ae they had taken
cure to prevent the possibility of her proving
any thing, and that should she talk; he was
prepared to arraign her as a perjured im
posture, and to condemn her with a shaved
head to rot in a convent prison.
Itrcteul hastened to Paris with the import
ant documents, and handed them to Dubois,
who oestowed upon him, some little time
after, the secretaryship ag before mentioned
Madame Dubois dared not open her lips
during the lifetime of her husband. After his
death she came to Paris to live, and out of the
immense riches left by the Cardinal she was
well paid for keeping the secret.' She con
tinued to live in Paria very obscurely, but
with an ample income, and died In that city
more than twenty years after the Cardinal.
There were no children. Dubois appointed
his brother Secretary to the King's Cabinet,
and Inspector of Boads and Bridges, etc. He
was an excellent man and lived on good
terms with the Cardinal's widow. When
sent for by the Cardinal he was a half-starved
aysician, living iu tne native village ox toe
It was not until many years after the death
of the Cardinal that the above story became
kuown, and it has never been disavowed or
B. The Fashions of Paris at Longchamps on
Nothing could be more curious, indeed,
gays the Paris correspondent of the New -York
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Mr, .......v uuuunj Hoacuiwiajco ui im
wealth and tashion of Paris on the turf of
Longchampa. No notability of either sex
dare allow his or her abgcence to be noted at
these reviews of fashion, and one here meets
all the eccentricities and all the absurdities
of the Parisian world, as well as its elegances.
Every form of vehicle and there were eigh
teen thousand of them last Sunday I passed
in review before the crowds of people who
lined every avenue of the Bois de Bologne,
and hemmed in the field of Longchamps.
There were magnificent coacbcs-tuid-four,
caleehe; breaks, Victorias, Americaiiut,
Broughams, dogcarts Ass attmrtt of Ben
der and of thriller; there were tandems, and
cavaliers, and cavaticrei.
The elegant equipages occupy the' inside of
the ropes. They number several thousand,
and attract more attention from a certain
part o'f the assemblage than the races. For
example: There goes tho magnificent open
coach-and-four of the Count and Countess de
Horny, resembling the Imperial equipages,
which stand on the outside; then we see pass
the costliest coach-and-four in Paris, that of
the Errazu family, the well-known Mexican
millionaires; then that of the Baron Hausse
man; Prefect of the Seine, and another of the
same, containing the Count Aguado and
family; then two other coaches-and-four,
belonging to the Court, and containing the
reigning Duke of Oldenburg, and suite; and
still another, belonging to the Princess
But the coaches-and-four are not all mo
nopolized by people of this respectable class;
the demi-monde also shine in this category of
brilliancy, and we gee berg the famous Ma
dame DePaiva, the owner of the porphyry
and malachite palace on the Champs Eiysees,
which progresses very slowly toward a term
ination, because, perhaps, there are no more
titled "pigeons'' bevond the Rhine to nluck:
and there, also, is the no legs famous Adele
ivourioia, accompanied Dy two lovely chil
dren, which give her snperb coUeke an air of
respectability that makes one look twice to
be assured of the identity of the owner. But
there ia no mistaking those four brown bav
horses, and the outriders, dressed in white
buckskin breeches, maroon velvet lockets.
and gold-tasseled caps.
it evouia not oe sate to attempt to class the
thousands of beautiful eauiuotres in the order
of their respectability. It would be difficult
to inaicate now many were there at the ex
Itenso of starvation at home, the supreme
effort of an over-strained poverty; how many
represented baronial estates, and how many
a flourishing trade in dry and wet goods; nor
bow many descended from Mount Breda, the
classic quarter of Loretto-dom. it is A little
singular that in the elegant caleeheg and
coupon of this latter class, one never sees a
man the happy individual who pays for the
machine does not dare to show himself in it.
Progress and Present Population of San
Tho San Francisco Bulletin of the 6th ult.
ays, in regard to a directory canvass
of the inhabitants of that city, " now in
Srogresg and nearly finished, that the sections
ins far canvassed, as compared with the
same divisions last year, there is no longer
any doubt that the population of Ban Fran
cisco will be found to amount to fullv loaooo
souls. , It is also found that the population of
women - ana cnuareo ana Of families has
largely increased. There are four or five
timet as many buildings la proesaa of con
struction now as there were when the city
waa canvassed in January last year.' The
increase of population' in soma localities is
quite remarkable la tho Happy Valley dis
trict it requires more than a third more time
to get over the same ground that ft did last
year, and the statisticians say that the nuin
oer of names in the directory will this year
ua inciaaaau oy antm twenty per cent. 10
some localities there is a gain of orer thirty
per eent. There are few who can fully esti
mate at what a nroditKous rate our citv haa
been raining of late. It has far more than
doubled its population In the lost ten years.
It is found, too, that the buildings are all
more densely oecapied than ever before.
Innuinarabia building's, which last vaar had
only the lover floor occupied for stores, are
mm J sag waaeiiua s overy story. ' Jne J!s
prtrrod gtppearanoe of the buildings it also
ttod.. There Is an air of solidity and per
Ciansnct never gwfur ebevrrad, ..!...
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RCtED BII.Ij.HEAD TAPER. - ttoo
reams ruled 2, , 6 aud a to a sheet of supstius
uualltll of Paper, just received aud for sals by
v.ii i. . MlJtON A CHATriEtD, " I " '
'M I ' , . raui7 Waluut-atrsat. '
!' L .Ml I
rorll.'jt H o llillihorougb Feual, Collsge. By Carl
Augusli Wlasa, I'liceJuoeoU. T it r .
' . mt West rpuith-stree.
; i 1
1st AMtKlCA.-BteckAUrune'siof J-,
new York) iKwei-i'iil tolled double
ouccrt Pinnos. bi
lata, Tnalberg aad other
fml -JlUti Uis LxMt in exlaluo.
riAaA4 ft a Mlodxiu toned and rcpttlrd
nmbl liitjumiut tejUiag m klbrowa, P
iiif r rent k imno until you lit to Ctt-lid ud m.
gala AjrenSe-i lulu I
rs aud slaksis. ,t
hetreet, near rioa.
jJi .mio "I Hti it ! '''
.llvUalidaiiuj f,J uw'ujI 1" Sd4"
' I !! W i r" j TTjj
?. r.:r;a ip MtM
, ... 9$ 6 i it .. .-.td 'm I)
' i i ! !'1 Ii i'H.:.f'.,I.
! ; ; ! BMj3 yt ,;5 J tt ; i
11 H.1 i'l
-. af a ! - ,7 ; i
HAIsL, CARROLL & C0.
Nee 13 And IT Bang Cftlnmbln-erveet,
more MtUfftCtton than any other now in u, .
W oflejr m raward of ONE TllotSAND IX' Is
LARS to any paraon that can, vptottaapraaentttnii,
how ft itDRio inntanM wharaia ktaay bav foil4U
rMrv thatr contantn.
VIU tUla SAFE wo abullenw aH wmiTwfltfon. a
being tha beat Fir Proof. Burglar Proof, or Fin
and Bnrg lar Proof now mado; and aro willing to tit
with anr MtftMIhnient Id the Union, and th
.1 na nrht to fbrftfttt to tha othar thn mm of I
Wa ara pifiwrod to htmiah a better tin (a, nd at m
(mt, than any other manufacturer Jn .,tW ijiUtttd
bacons-hand Bafoa of other Makora alM ft hund,
' WoreapctAiiT Invite tho public to caU ftbd iuoi
tne our atock before parch as Ing elaewhore.-
' , HALL, CARROLL & CO.', , .,
anll-ay Koa.lt and 17 laet Colnmhla-erroet. '
M. H. Cash. , , i ' A.M.fJsek,
M. H. COOK Sl CO.,
GREAT WESTERN PLANING MILL
WHITEWATER CAN At4
BETWEEN FlfTH'AKD SIXTH-8TBJEKTS, OlM.
' 9IMNATI, pHlO. , , ,t
rl&QJM B Q V E NCR OW HAVING EN
TIKELT ahantfonad tmildlnff in tlio altr. &nd
turned our nutrition to prepaHnx building matcrinli
of evory deacrlption we can eafelveay that on? ex
prrtence In the buiuneu and our mrllitiea ennble oe
lo offksr Inducement to builders In the city and at
distance unanrpaMed, If eonaleJt by any other elml
lar Prttabl lah men t In the west.
We also manufacture Ventwra of all doaffrintlnna
nd kepon band an aanortmnt of Mahogany, Rone.
woou. YTKinui auauaK veneer, auo, rine uacKing
fur Picture and Looklng'fflaiMe.
P. We haTe jufit received forty thousand foot ol
Bed Cedar, of fine quality, which we am tell at ft
Irna price than it haerer beea wold for la thla mnr
: . , .. iAsiutAt.aw i
j . - II. P. ElilAS'S
I ' NEW WHOLEBAtB ' ' " ' "
liVatcli & Jewelry House,.
! 18 West Foiurth-street, ' -1
WHBBB CAN BR IIAD BVERY ARTI
CL appertaining to tbe buirines, at a mticb
leee price, for CAnll, Uian baa ever befoxa been oflervd
ia this market. i( ., , (f. .
GITB US A CALL, . .
And see fer yourselree. . aall
1EL IMC OTE Di
, A. C. PARRYg
Tin-plate and Sheet-Iron Worker
Baa removed to .
AGENT FOR STEWART'S ATR-TIOHT
bummer aud Wluter Cooking-stove. Also atseul
for Carter', rilterlug Ujdxaut, where It mar be sees
lobbing dona with gromr-tneaa and dispatch. .
t L &B. BRUCE,
tercet Jtallmad Oar and Omnlbas 91 aa
t i . flsotnrara. ....
VP AllBBPILDINO AND BHALl
v keep uu baud a sunplr of STHBET nAIC
BOAD Cilia and OMNIBCbliS, whieb we wU wnt.
rant equal In slyle, dni.b and durubllilr, and at ai
low nrlata, as any tnads in tbe dountrr.
OIoe--iV.rner of Third and Vine-Streets. ' ale-tf '
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, NO. 8 EAST
Fourtb-street, bttweea glaui and nceuore, Clu-.
u-ibluding In averr style. Music Books neatlr and
! ! Don't Read This !
of London and Baltimore Hospitals, where be has
had manr rears' practise in tne treatment of ve
nereal disease, but more recently of Moxico, where
such diseases are to be found in their rankest form.
During hU practice .there, in connection with Dr.
Don INTOKIO DE LAUHVALLLS. one of tbe
iurm vuunaiu pnynicians iu maxioo aud Hpaln, they
diaoovered a remedy in one of the Nmlmn nl.nt..
and found ouly in Southern Mexico, tliat removee, as
II 1 maglo, all the veueeal tuiot from the system,
In the primary or eecondary form. HyphUls, In tbe
worst stage, permanently cured iu a very short time,
and the system thoroughly oleaneed and pure, as
if It had nover been contaminated by that woi st of
all diseases. Syphilis. Scrofula, Leprosy and all
kind of ourruption ef tbo blood and diseases of tbe
am leiuuteu permanently suuquicsly uy tula pow
erful ageut end aiJ-rof nature, ''Mexlcuu Spociln;."
No oue need be reduced to a skeleton, aud tuner ths
torture of the Inriulsitiou, aud rob bod of bis last
dollar, and still not cured. Dr. Calvin also healr. all
kiuds of chrooic disease with great suouess. Med
icine only to pay for, as nil diseases aro troated free
of charge, except by special contract. Persons at a
distance can be treated by sending correct state,
ments of tholr rasee by letter, aud ten couts in
JK!lS,rtmp"-. cf" " or addrees Dr. CALVIN,
a03 Vlne-strset, between t ilth and Slxth-etreeU
Cincinnati, Ohio. Jiow Is tho tims-to-moxrov nag
be tou late. ;
Tha Doctor had located permanently In the cftr,
aud oan at all Uioee be Jbund at bis office, ' .
i No. 203 Vine-street. '
;" ' '''";- tmyss-ay) ,
LANE.& BOOLE Y,
, ..i.i ...j jumnrAmagig or ".
"! ( ANDCIKCULAR SAW.M1XLS. .'''. ' ,
Oot a John and IKWr-4sfc, CHaewaaH, OMa.
! tap'Mr I ... .
SXIO-Ok-S , J BOSXTSC,
I IS, o) West Fearthxtreet , .
AHU NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
uieir iarue assertiueut eg Waiobes, Jewelrr.
SilverWaresud Diamond.. '
A LdO A Sue asuortmont of Plated Tea lets and
Cutlery and Opem-glueses. .
.. ROOFING I ROOFINQI i
T"Sl?r.PvT,iA1tT PLASTIC METALLIC
-- KOOr INUTs ufl. rwTu. the puolloa. Uie LeeMud
cheapest Moul Hoof now used, lis menu Berlin but
teetrd by au experience of years in this city aud el
slnltyi Applied to flat or steep, old or new build
liuis. iho stildcr used fastened see are ly without eg
pxiura to tbe action of the eiemeats. .. .... ..
rreisirad .beets, boxed for aliipuient to any Part of
Hie United Htatea, can be applied by any oae witbor
diuarri uteiibaulcal skill, i Uiders prompUy II lied. '
' J..T . i. v u ,..i 0ALplCLl.4CO., i -1-vls-tf
. . m West baound-steeet; '
, ofaley last,(leo,) Martin Nixon.of Philadelphia,
retired from the &:m of fJIxou A Chataeld, whose
lu teresg was purchased by the remaining partners,
Thomas NUon and Wu. 11. ChaiBsld, ander the
aama title of Arm '
j.l,J u .. , ;. MfXOS CHATTI1.LD.
,V Uklin hare this day associated with them Win.
Woods, (late of the nrin of Jr.hu Shllllto d Co.,) for
the puiiKise of doing, as berstodira, a m tuufuoiurliig
Cllal! Id' '"d Du''uu auar '''uiof Nixon,
jel,iatm-nw , ' ItlAOIS A OH ATFIELD. '
heory of Keprodue-
ITIILKII . D-n
lloa at iPleasure, or Pierentlng if,
Rsubllthssl Laves of Nature. Thi
, according to tba
lose wanting chll-
i -u Hrw. uu. -uiua I u.m, wiu 11 Ins 11
50 uiees inoir wuues exactly, io jueOlclus to. m.
rarrwHiy neaitny la ail respects.' Kent to any part
ill tto Calud BUtsa oa rocilpt af L . ' f l.rfS
m"r- iW1?, l,..'l,u '" Hi Madams De Crola'e
lemafc Monthly Pills. Th.ss Pills uis invaluable in
ebetrucled luennee. Xadlus should , bit as theta
duriua are&iaev. as lh, Will .,H..T.i.T7r-i.T
perbex. .Ifaol to any part id the oountrr, be B.eil!
riit of t. Addrees Dr.OALVlN, MoxT 414!
Bclunatl, Ohio, ureal a? othoe No 1103 vrue!
eet, between gllth aud jlxtb. ' ylT-rf
Cat Uelatlae. Ji'er sale, wb
U.lulw A 1
iumI l.")it mil li oulisH!''''"' lu.'il
RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS
—AND— Cincinnati & Chicago
—AND— Cincinnati & Chicago RAILROADS.
qbbat rnmrn to iaa
JVDIArlAPOLla, TBRItH rTArTB,' "
ST. LOUId, l.AKATKTTB. '
.cniCAOt), - -fiOOAmtroitT,""
Three dally through trains leave Sixth -eteoei Degod
sj A. at. and 9i30 t. M. aud 0 P. M. . ,.(.
Thrstnch to Indlanaoolla wlthmi
. Chstngf of Clara. ' - v j
' ' ' ' tiifinjt ChMMierMofW
At Blftmonil, with Cincinnati aad Chleego flail.
road, for Anderson and all polnta on the rir.ll. Ton
Uine Railroad Llliej Kokomo, Loaan-Tort, Pern aad
polite on the Wabash Valley Railroad.
At Inilianapnlis for Terre Uante, Mattooa, rang.
Louis and I llinols Central Railmad.
Lsfayette for Danville, Tolono, Deeatnr, Hwrlng
Beld, Maplea, Qulacy, aad Hannibal aud t. Joeepk
eVailroad. j. '
At Chicago for lUrtae, Eenosba. Mllwaukl,X.
erosse, Ht. f aid, Pralrto iu Cbton, Sook Island and
.The fl P. M"Trath rkskei'dlreri eonnertlon al
Ljosnn.por wnn ijoaanrport, f
lUllroad, for Oilman, EI Ps.o,
rt, Peoria and burllnatoa
,,-r yuivBii, r.i j-ao, r-ooria, nui llnxtoB,
Uulner, ealssbtug, Galena and puuleitb, maklug tha
TWENTT-FITE JttllES SH0ME1.
, ., IUAM BT ANT (JTUKB BOUIt,
100 MILES SIIOUTEn
THAN VIA OHICAQO. r
Fare as tow and Time M QnlcK
- as i anj other Eoute
Thla la vwelurrtrnly Wottflrn and Korthwetr
Route, having m fHTorlle arrancenienta with on
ttoctlnff RoAdn an any other Bontn. Paeaing throngli
hlgmy-cultlTntcd conn try, with numerona town
nd vlllagea, it offara topatrom moreploaaantftcoom
moUation lor adfrty, conjfort and tntereet thfta n
otlter Route for the above named points.
For Through Ticket or anr further information bft
ore and apply at . , , . .
Walnnt-atrent, between Fourth aad Tlfth -atreeta,
urr s,iiuivp nuusnj
Nortb-eut corner frost and BreedwnTT r "' fi ,l
rlile Vlne-itreet, between Burnet Eouee A&4
Cincinnati, ITatnUtoa ftnd Dayton Pepot, Fifth ftDd
ttUth-itreete. A M. MOK ROW.
W. H. flHIPMAN. PftMeiirer Agent.
"Omnibiiiee will call for paMengn tf leftTing
their nainea at either of the Tlrknt 0 Sices. ;
aplft W. H. SMITH, Agent.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
SHORT LINE RAILROAD. Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
XO CHANGE OF CARS TO INBIAIAP.
OLld, at which place it unites with railroads
and from all points lu tbe West and North-west.
. TUBES PASSENGER TRAINS
Leave Cincinnati daily from (ha foot of Mill and
3i40 A. M.-"CniCA00 MAIL.-Arrlree at In
dianapolis nt 10:47 A. M.jChicago at S P. M.
11i50 A. IM. Terre Haute and Lafayette Accom
modation arrives et Indianapolis at 4:50 P. M.
anapolls at 10:4.1P. M.; Obicai-oat T:) A. M.
Sleeping Curs are attached to all night-tralneon
Uils Hue, and run through to Chicago without
ahtinae of rare.-
e)Bo aiiro on are In Ike right tlcket-ofllre before
on purcliaeo your ticket, aud ask lor ikketa via
iQwrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the eaino, and time snorter than by any othat
Baggage checked througb. i-.
THIiotGU TICKETS, good until used, ran be ob
talued at the ticket omren, at gnenoer Honse corner
North-aest corner of Broadway and Front; No. 1
Burnet liouso corner; at the Walnut-street Bouse:
s East Third -street, aud at Depot Office, foot ol
Hill, on Front-street, where all necessary Informa
tion cau be had.
Omnibuses run to and from each train, and will
for passengers at all hotels, and ail parts of ths
city, by leaving addreaa at either office.
ap31 11. Ii. LU K D, President. ,
COLUMBUS AND XENIA
CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON RAILROADS!
fl A. 91. KXPHKHrt-Kroui Little Miami De.
sotConuecte via Columbus and Cleveland; vlaCo
lurubue, Steubenville and Pittsburg i via Uoltimbue,
Crestline and Pittsburg; via Columbus aud ttellair
(Wheeling) ; lo forHtirlngliold and Delaware.
iHou and Day ton Depot-For Hunllton, Rknmond,
Indianapolis, Logansport, Dayton, Springfield, Lr
". Baudiuky ; at Springfield for Delaware,
o,'Jh I"Sf,,tin ud Michigan Road for Troy, Piuna,
Sidney, Lima, tort )Vayno aud Chicago; also tor
Toledo, Detroit and all points in Oauada.
.81. AI. From Cincinnati, Hamilton and Day.
ton Accommodation for Hamilton and War Sta
tions ; connects at Hamilton for Oxford, Ae. . .
lOilO A. M. KXPHKMH-From Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton Depot-Oonnocts via Colum'
"4 Bellalr (Wheeling) via Columbus, Crest
Una and Pittsburg : via Columbus, Steubenviile and
Pittsburg, and via Columbus and Cleveland.
at3 P.M. KXPltKS -Prnm Cl-rlnnatl,
Hanill on and Dayton Depot-For Dayton, Spring
Held, Vrbann and Bellefontalne : also at Dayton for
Columbus: connects via Hamilton for Richmond.
Indianapolis and all points West.
J'.80 -J ?l'jrrl?m Cincinnati, Hamlltoa sad
Davton Depot-For Hamilton and Way Stations.
4 P. M. From Little Miami Depot Accommo
dation, for Colnmbus, stopping at all Way Stations i
also for Hnrlngtleld. i . . .
8 P. M. From Little Miami Bepot-Accommo.
datiou, ir Xeula, stopping at Way Stations.
P. M. EXPREfta-From Cincinnati, Ram.'
nton and Dayton Depot-For Dayton. Springfield,
rbana and Sandnskyl for Troy, Pfqua, Sidney
Lima, lort Wayne and Chirago: also for Toledo
Detroit aud all points via Canada; connects via
Hamilton i for Oxford, Richmond, Logansport, Ac.
II P AI. KXPREHH-Frora Little filsmrPe
not CoiiuecU via Columbus, Steubonville and Pltle
bnrg; via Columbus Creetlina and Pittsburg; via
(.olumbiis and Belteir( Wheeling); and via Colum
bus and Cleveland.
SLKKI-INU-CAR8 ON TBU TBAIJf, , ! v.
For all Information and through tickets please
apply at tbe ottices. south-east corner of Front and
Broadway ; west aide of Vlne-street bstWeen the
Po.tomop and the Utiruet llouiu: fco. 1 Buruot
House No. S Kaet Thlrd-streetl Slnth-irront Da
got, and at the East Front-street Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, whkb is seven min
utes faster than Cincinnati time.
i i,K W.STBADKB, General Ticket Agent.
Omnibuses ci for gassaugera br leaving directions
the Ticket Oincee. pjy ,
.w a. is. s-vritr.-w9 rrtiro uiuoluuatt. Hsrtt.
COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD.
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
One traia for Evnusville at 4i3,l A. H.
Tho tiaiaa a,IUneot at St. Louis for all points la
Kansas and hebraska, Hannibal, (Julnoy and Keo
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vkksbura"
tietcheaaad Sew Orleans. '
ynf through train on Sumlsv at fli3S P. M. ' c
Eeturniug. fast line leaves Kaat St. Louis, Sandavs
SbJM ' rri,'UI CiuclnuaUat
isprn'ss train leaves Bt. Louis daily at SidO P. M.
arrivlufi at Olnclunatl at 9:53 A. M. ,
For through tloketa to all points Weetand donlh,
lease apfly at the olDoeai Walnut-street House, be
tween guth aud Seventh-streets; No. 1 bur net Uouaa,
office; North-west corner Frout and BroacT
way, Spsuosr Rouee OOtps, aud at tbe Depot, rorne.
rronaud Mill -e tree U. Omuibusoe call for ruse.
1 ' 1 E. W. WOODWARD
apli I Sunerintaudeut Hesters Division.
.1 . ! US I.J tl. .
Saddle, Tronic and Harness
109 Itlain-atreot, threw aara akav Thlr4,
ItS.I C PA,HA''A-NB MA KB, TO OH.
muwt ubeutitial lueuuer. Alto. Urire uwrl.
fllMtll nt lli.su l( I aa. krai- WlilaJ d a a w
w aa ii giiMB ui uuiac a '
Bijgs. Bridle flits, Buffalo llobes, VaUieth. si"l
iaalhsrj, Self trunks, f ponge, sndl W'
sortnieut baloagiag to this line, I will sell aa tug as
bimtt I .irni-li
D. 8. CARRICKs- li
,J.j;KITTREl)Oll(T& -;C O.'.
iai.ui' ltU IAIN-8T.;'WI. 0,'';., iiy
A3 Chat Wat., Naw Orleans, La,
"til j i.j .. ntsoavaasag' ' ',,.'"',.''
mnd i9iortlssa IrVpparadJgal
I s ei.i.sas is stnerownaa. 1 !
'Ml ! 1
.1 gul lu )
I 1EC4 vol ouim xli u) Lift
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS. INSURANCE.
-.- choioh ;,
: HRST-CUS3 kKsuiUEa;
Iaesrgaratad lS.Chartev krvgwtaal.
Oath Capital Enlaroad Haif MUUaa
:. . . f DoliarsI
A I3ENCY FHTABL.Itn TH fTPqt.
J. NATl In 1HJ5, ante il.tlng all meant Toeal
Insurance companies and agencies in tne loetmnoa
buslnrae in this city. Thlrty-Ave years' constant
duty here, combined with wealth, evperlenoe, enter-
frise and liberality, eepeoiallv cosnrnend tla .tns.
nsnrance Company to tba favorable aatrtmage of
this community standing solitary and alone, tba
sole survivor ana living pioneer of Clnoianatl aader
The largest loss ever sustained bv ant tnSinaaew
eempany at one Are in Onto was by the .Ctna-at
Ohllllcothe, April, ISM, and amounted to gl,sl 07,
mostly paid prior to thirty days after the Are.
Losses paid In Cincinnati during the past slg rears.
i. ; ( 1776-B TO.
Cash Capital, ' $1,500,000!
, Absoluts and nnlm paired, with a net sn-ptaa ef '
S14,14!l ST. :
And tha prestige of forty-one rears' sncossa aad aa.
perloace. Investments of
Over 1100,000 JnO'dlo Securities
' ' FIBI! AND INLAND MA TIOATIOlT.
Bisks accepted at terms consistent with sotveaev
and fair profits. Knaeeial attention given to lneur
aave of Dwellings aad oontenta tor terms of one to
Appllcattoa made to anv dnry airtharlaed ageng
rirnmptly attended to. By etiict attention to a leall
mate Innnrance bu.lness, this Company la analiled
to offer both Indemnity for the past and security few
tha future. Poildea issued without delay by , '
''.' CARTER Se LntDrtBT, Insu,
"i Ho. to Main-street, and Mo. 171 Viae etreet.
J. J. HOOKF.B, Agent, Fulton, 17U Wank
r. siupii, Agent, ijovington, ivy. ., 4 v
(ell-ay O. P. Bll
IIUUANAN, Kewport, ity.
National Insurance Company,
Marine Ialand Transportation
. . and Fire Risks. 'Vf t
1 TAKEN AT CURRENT BATES. ' 7;' ;
' DIBBCTOBBl ' 1 ' '
John Bnrgoyne, B. M. Smith, Bobert gtoora. -Wm.
Uepworth, Chaa. L. Moors. M. Fechelmer. v
F. X. Wiedemer.Thoa. Ong. B. W. Smith,
s.L-Boee, , Thos. B. Blgge. Henry Kills.
' JOHN BOKQOrllli, President. '
H. 0. TJaxza, Secretary.
aos-bfm P. A. BPBIOMAlf, Burreyor.
City Insurance Company
-Ww -asrawvts-sss-Bgia VBllWaf ,
Cagltal Black ..J$lt9,K)t f B
' r. Ifire stud Marina Riaka "'
Taken at fair rates. Losses equitably adjusted aad
Banning, Joseph 0. Butler, at..
Bl.h.is, T. J. Weaver, W. II. Moores, J. W. Zkmohne,
B. 8. Hainea, O. W. Trowbrldes, jTb. Lehmer. ,
JOS. 0. BUTLKU, Prealdeat.
W. M. BlcaAaoaoif, Secretary
ww. r. irraaTTON, onrveyor,
Western Insuranee Company;
' OF CINCINNATI!
PkFFICE J THI SKCOND 8TORT 09 ?
J Ho. 1 Front-street, between Main and area- '
This Company Is taking Fire, Inland aad Marina
Bleks at current rates of premium. : ' '.jtf
Losses fairly adjusted and promptly paid. . x
' DIBKOTOBSt ' '
T. r. Eckert, i ; F. Ball. : 9. W. Pomeroy. ,
Wm. Glenn, W. O. Whltcher, W. 0. Maun.
Bobt. Mitchell, W. H. Oomstock, L. O. B. stoaa, . .
Boot. Buchanan, C. (1. Shaw, Oeo. Stall. ?
Wm. bVllew, Heth Ivans, J. M. Taaflli, " . " .
David Gibson, 1 H. Bracbmaaa, 1. 5. laham. .' ,
B. Oarwater. . Thos. B. Elllotl, ' '"'
T. F. ECKXBT, Prealdeat.
Trsn Moass, Secretary. ... aeg-r -
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
O. E. NEWTO JT, M'. 17 ,
flVVICB NO. 99 WEST j"KTBNTnfi,
VF between Vine and Bsc. Beeldsnce So. fi$
pevenio-eireei, oerween walnut ana Vina. 01
aours7t tos'a A. St.; 1 toJHP. M. T to sr.
WJIsIsIAM MellUNTER, , ;
no " ' "'. 296VTNE-8TaFKT. "1 I
" J. TAFT,
(Buocessor to Enowlton A Taft,) n '
-J insuissuiUIIUlUt. r
sepM CINCINNATI, O.
MADAIUJR KtlilB, M. D HAS FOUNTf
at last just what the Ladles have long needed,
and looked for In vain, the CTEKINB ILIXIR. .
sue u -eriue auxir m warranieo to cure all dls
eas of a uterina . aatasat-dagaasasattoM of tha"'
Womb, tbe Kidneys, the Ovaries, and tha Urethra,
Prolapsus or Falling pf tha Womb, Cain fel Meuatra
atloo. Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; in met, a perfect our
Is guaranteed by the use of from two to Ave bottles of ,r
the Elixir, of any disease whatever of tha Generative 1 1
and I rinarv Organa, of male or female, no atatteg st , .
bow long standing. Price tl ner bottle. .
MAbAMB BLL18 calls particular attention to the ,'. .
following Card of one of the most nromineat l)rug. '.'
gists of Clnotnnatl: , , , , '
"We, the undersigned, an not iu the habit of glv '
Ing our name to Patent Wedlciase: bat knowing .0 " '
Uie Lady Physician, and tha medlelna called tha ' "
Uterine KlUIr, we cheerfully recommend H to all iW- "
males suflerlng from Female Dlsessi s of any kind; It " ''
is purely vegetable, and in no case can do Injury; wa ';'
eay toaU try.andour word for lt,ym wtll nd relist " ,
F. 6. uilL. iiruggist, , '
''Ooiwof Fiahatufliaoe streeta."'
t ' i t . AIiRO ' ' - '
MADAMB BBLTR'S SPANISH BIMrLATWO' '' '
COUGH AND L1VKB BALSM ouirV. wUhiut nTll, tvS
Pains in tha Breast. Back, Side or Limb Coughe! .
Colds, llnarseuess, Dlllloulty of Breathing, rfeai. i -
t be, r latulency. Heartburn, Chroule Bheumatlsm.
lllous Colic, Cramp Colic, Griping Pains of tha ...
oweis, Dullness, Stupor, Inactivity, Loss of Appe., S
tits, and ia Painful Menstrualloa .t Is a certain cure, ' , '
and gives Immediate relief. In aay of tha above dial ; ' '
eases it will aive relief in twenty minutes, and a per
manent cure by the use of two bottles. Only Moeata. j'V.s
ger bottle-eo cheap that every person cau get it. '
N.B. For sale by F. 6. UILL, fir iiLjtUt. eocner
of Baca and FlfthstreetsjJ. D, r A K qaVnei-of .
Fourth and Walnut; SUfB. JCKSTKtS f O ,..
of Bighth and Frcoman; ETIWARD 8CANLAN -S-f
S.r??wf MJ,n. if"? "hfaadlfAl)AMi
Vy.j corner 01 main aua soi
KLLIS. It West SUtb-streeL
V A V ' "' TT ' - . .
VKMMOR IN Till riKHflflBt-T'ttfl
LLKUlfi HV Snit..H(INH lifitiu. Ma i !
SUtti-ftruut, belnrea Main mid Walnut, viuelaxui
A STITCH E TWZ SATES 'miV
U meiiTiua Fiuii.tarfoi?iraiUL.?.LL..? '. le?.
, W boiseals rjanr-t No. JS Ceder-stir-e. Raw Vosh, J
iddreag u,:,.VXHfp, PAI.D1I A CO., ,.. I "
. Boa Ko. SUoo, Xew Vork. . ' 1
a-ai si for tieaiera la cases cmtaliilaa fcur, eight,
and twelve down a beauiiinl Fi,k..-- 1.
card accjuinpuylngsach ki.sTf. deJl-af J
MikNI'FAOTIJItEttW st A, -H KT i'i ' '.'
andfioiler lr..O'l.w Hl.bs, sUllsiJ"; Fsa. ) . I 1
ate. Also, agents for .lbs sale u? Irualoa Miar kaiu! -I ! :
Qhmm"' W - CtajaaS. - I
rl MMls Ima mtti to t 4 V !'
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