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THE WEAKNESSES OF WOMAN.
mil" .xtraet, front " Owea JteredlthV new eoent
',' ol '" LoeluV-eoetale r truth, nrhip than
y7lt1 woman, I knew win. Mwlmu, Ms, i
fknow they car. nor for a riband, a wait. , .,.
' A hox at the opera, new mire antique, .
1 know thsr admire, too, a ttaueeni. time mar
Oardont, or Mario, or even that borw
ColoD'l : . "horn th. 4om uly kaows what ther
f han 8 Jakspoar. or Qoeth, or Vowton, or Plato,
know tluvt they are silly, dec tful and worse :
nooncelvablr spiteful. elf-wlU'd. a.d perverse
I know the have weak b.arta and obstinate Willi ;
knowtliat tholr logic L not Mr. Mini i
know that their conscience, thauk Heaven, la not
That th "y cant ahoot ganin. but rave not divine
lisavlitence. till all th world point with the hand. ;
That they woar thalr creed tvu lha boat), second-
That their ov' but flaw whioh In them doth
Jta conUg fn from clothes or coin no matter whose.
And I know that tha thine ther moat care for-lmt
I'll uotaar ft out loud. Never mind what I know.
But despite o f all this, and despite of much more,
1 know 1 would rather, a hood red tlmea oar,
O Nesera, Ton .xnuislt Infant, whoa dnty.
Is but to hi fair, and whoa soul ta your beauty,
Kara one smile from jour area, roneklee from your
One prewar vouchsafed from yonr fair finger-tips,
Than to wear all tha Uurala that ever with praise
Impaled human browe-oven lant'a brown bays?
Something About Books—The Honor and
Duty of Possessing Them.
"We form judgments of men, says Henry
w.i n-hpr tWim little thinm about their
honse, of which the owner, perhaps never
xninKB. in paruct jxnua wucu i
v). Wml whrrt taverns were either scarce,
or in some places unknown, and erery set- I
XlOr B UUUBV T?BB V UUUTO Jl uwa
it wu matter of some ImDortance and some
experience to select wisely where you would
put np. And we Always looked for Bow
ers. If there were no trees for shade,
no patch of flowers in the yard, we were
HuBpicious of the place. But no matter how
rude the cabin, or rough the surround
ings, if we saw that the window con
tained a little trough for . flowers, and that
some vines twined about strings let down
from the eave, we were confident that there
was some taste and carefulness in the log
cabin. In a new country, where people nave
no one will uiao me
tn (y fnr a liviuff.
trouble to rear flowers, unless the love for
them is pretty strong ana tnis wsw oios-
Boming out of plain and uncultivated people
is itself, liko a clump of harebells growing
outof the seams of a rock. Wewereseldom
mi9lea. a paten 01 nowcra cum w eiguuj
irin ruinnln. i'Ihhii rMda. and ffood bread.
But other signs are more significant in
other states of society. Flowers about a
rich man's bouse may sijruify only that he
has got a good gardiner, or that he has
'refined neighbors, and does what he sees
But men ars not accustomed to buy books
unless they want them. If on visiting the
dwelling of a man of slender means, 1 fiud
the reason why he has cheap carpets, and
C- n furniture, to be that he may purchase
ks, he rises at once in my esteem. Books
are not made for furniture, but there is noth
ing else that so beautifully furnishes a house.
Tne plainest row 01 oouaa taai. uiuiu ur paot
rA..M.l la mnra nicrnifionnt of refinement
than tne most eiaooraujiy-carvea. ciagere ur
Give ma a house furnished with books
rather than furniture! Both if you can, but
hnnlra at anv rate. To BDend several dars in
a friend's house, and hunger for something
to read, while you are treading on costly car
pets, and Betting on luxurious chairs, and
sleeping upon down, Is as if one were brib-
ing your body, for the sake of cheating your
Is it not pitableto see A man growing rich
and beginning to augment the comforts of
home, and lavishing money on ostentatious
upholstery, upon the table, upon every thing
but what the soul needs? ,
We know of many and many a rich mans
timid h.rs it wnnld not ha anfe to ask for
the commonest English classics. A few
garish annnals on the table, a few pictorial
moutroaities, together with tne stocn 01 re-
ligious books of his "persuasin," and that is
au. No range of poets, no essayists, no so-
lections of historians, no travels or biogra-
phies no select fictions or curious legendary
Fore, but then, the walls have paper on which
cost three dollars a roll, aud the floors have
carpets that cost four dollars a yard 1 Books
are the windows thro' which the soul looks
out. A house without books is like a room
without windows. No man has a right to
bring up his children without surrounding
them with books, if he has the means to buy
them. It ii a wrong to bit familv. He
nhaata them I Children learn to read by be-
ino: in the Dreaence of books. The love
koowedge cornea with reading, and grows
upon it. And the love of knowledge, in
young mind, ia almost a warrant against
the inferior excitement of passion and vices.
Let ui nitv those Door rich men who live
barrenly m great bookless houses I Let us
congratulate the poor that, in onr day, books
are so cheap that a man may every year add
hundred volume to his library for the price
of what his tobacco and his beer would cost
him. Among the earliest ambitions to be
excite din clerks, workmen, journeymen, and,
indeed, amon? all that are struiriflinir up in
life from nothing to something, is that
owning, and constantly adding to, A library
of good books. A little library growing
larger every year is an honorable part of
vnunsr man1 a history. It is a man g dutv
nave books. A library is not a luxury, but
one of the necessaries of life.
Beauty of the Sea.
There is a charm in the Sea. The freedom
there is in its sweep, the grandeur there is
its billows, the music there is in its roar;
round horizons beaded with white foam;
with the wine of morning light, and tinged
with the ruby sun that descends into
waters and dissolves.
The ship, so like a bird, that spreads it
white wings, and skirt the sea-encircled
world; toe wild tales of Btrange lands
strange adventure; the gems and gold that
stow it cave; the coral groves touched with
eternal sunset; the bubbles that have broken
urton its surface and released the pasHine
aouhr, all thaw have shrouded the sea with
And then to think, that the sea is
Memory of the world; that an angel's voice
Hhall summon it, and it shall surrender
dead to air and light again: that the lower
half of heaven is hidden like a jewelled cup
its bosom: that the ever going sun has worn
no path thereon, and the loug caravan
ages bas left no foot-print as it went
And so we, who have never laid a band
upon it mane, do love the ocean, locked
the green setting of th world, and
sown with conn terfeitpresentmenta of stars.
nuisance. Nothing' is so pernicious to
youthful mind a ''gab" without ideas hi
arrnea Ol worn Wltntius uicauium vi
least without rhetorical connection or logical
order. Conversation is far better than dobat-
iag, for any useful purpose. No one Attempts
talk without having something to
about, but the moment it cornea to speech-
making, the vouuker rattles awayusually
in bombastic strain without grace or gram-
mar, sense or sentiment, at a furious rate
nnifaratlnn. and thlnka. all thai while,
he is discussing a question aud pouring
Bots DiiATtMO Cutis. "What do I
of boys' debating cluber" repeated QuUp
the Boston .rost. r-vvov, i tmna luoy are
flood of light on A subject of wbicu be knows
next to nothing At klU But doe not that
of exercise give the lad eontdenoe in himself
' Yes, and a deal too much of it.
BlBTOlI, TAB AoTklea, PoiMsTBDi RtStOrl,
now the first act rea In France, recently
near being poisoned by A mistake. Her
had ordered her a potion with
drop of laudanum In It, but the chemist
made np the prescription pnt in thirty
The symptom produced by this overdose
were for a short time alarming, but the
Boon recovered sufficiently to resume
Ber performances. . . -. ,.
Jcvxtt DifAAvivi- A girl, living
Lyons, N . Y- reoentlr shut a citl In the
of a cooklng-gtove, made op a great fire,
U1qw4 tit Hor t)tiinial to roast to death,
Southern Anecdote of Wm. H. Seward.
mtV-Ttantation, ncw pro- quar
teily; ravievf, published At Katonton, Ga., telli
this anecdote of Senator Seward: ,...(.
Afmpnt of William H.' Seward, I am now
writing within leas than A mile of where thil
diatinguiaDea ganuenian one umsni kduui.
Having had tome misunderstanding with hii
parent! when In his seventeen year, he
loft them and took charge of a school In
flsnro-ia. It wu fnr aome time that the old
people did not know where their wandering
ton was. Bj-and-by they got v. ind of his
whereabouts, and eent ont a gentleman to
take his place, and persuade him, if possible,
to return home. This gentleman's name was
Woodruff, and the name of the school which
Seward taught was union Acaaemy. yvoua-
ruff came to ueorgia, got to couawn ui iu
trustees to take him in place of the boy
teacher, and this one went home, went to
college and graduated, after the adventure
which I am narrating. I think Beward
taught at Union Academy only a portion of
A few years ago the Ex-Governor or New
York visited the neighborhood of Georgia in
which he bad onoe taught school. I saw him
r r falViA than In lifet rise hfl1
IJtJiOl J TIB1UUH UIJ lAtUCl, (tUBM au -
rone to ae another on of his old patrons,
Major A , whom he uaed to call " the
old Major." 1 should have premised, before
U UTvr1MivT aOar 4jMirh.nir st TTtllnn
Academy, had read' law and settled at the
Souin. in company aim uiui
inrwntlo to "the old Major's. They knocked
at the door, and the good old gentleman went
out to meet them. He spoke to WoodrnfT,
ana dowqu w cwwbiu, uu (uvueuiuB
vnr when Reward tauirht here he was a boy :
now w inter had begun to sprinkle its silver
UDUnE UIBUIUIS. A UD tun" 'y "a wv-
Come in, Mr. Seward; how do yon do ? 1 am
u see von.
Taj, was the bluff, kind-hearted, hospitable
greeting which the Ex-Governor received
from the quondam patrons 'of his school. Bet-
i ter treatment ue never receiveu anynuere, i
nllomiv anaued t
Woodruff Don't you know this man,
Major I do not.
Woodruff But you do know him well;
you have seen him often before.
Major I can't make him out.
Woodruff This is Ex-Governor Seward,
of New York, who once taught school here,
and boarded with you. -
Major It is impossible I
. .1-- i a nr. It !
Majorwlliiirm. "beTbutihTi Seward,
his head is not near so rea as it uaeu kj uc.
will venture to say.
Laudation by the Spiritualists of Theodore
V. R. Hayden, a spiritualist of some note,
made these remarks in New York recently,
on Theodore Parker:
The fearless, outspoken champion of down
trodden humanity the undaunted advocate
of the higher law 1 A patriot in every sense
of the word a profound scholar, and more
than all an honest man, the noblest work of
God Theodore Parker, a man whom to know
was In lnva and honor.
It has Keen aaid that everv man
I nr.;A and this niiiv be true of politicians and
traders; out an tne gom vunt tuu tuning
ot man ever wrung irom iue uipos ui
forniaand Australia could never have bought
Theodore Parker to swerve one lota from
what he conceived to be his conscientous
duty. He was without price priceless
It is not my Intention, Mr. Chairman, to
nrnnounce an elaborate eulotrv on the LUus-
trious dead, for that would require a tar abler
pen and tongue than mine. I simply wish
to relieve myself of A duty, and at the same
time show to reformers and the world that
Spiritualists are not unmindful of the great
merits of one who. though not of them, was
with them, nevertheless, in every good work
and every noble endeavor,
Whan T aaid dejul. ftir. I onlv suoke in the
common parlance of the world; for with
I there are no dead or dying. We believe that
Theodore Parker was never more alive ana
doing than at this moment, and may, if so
chooses, be with us while I am speaking.
I once heard Mr. Parker say, that every
country and age produced its ripe fruit that
it culminated in some great masterly mind;
that Old England, with all her intellectual
greatness, could never produce another
ghakspeare; that classic Greece would never
Kive to the world another Socrates; that
china would never be able to raise a second
Confucius; that Jesus of Nazaretn was tne
crowning glory of Judea. However true
tins tdeory may De, i can nui a, uui
fear that it will be a very long time before
America will be blessed with such another
true son as Theodore Parker.
The Funeral of Barry, the Great Architect.
The London correspondent of the New
York EvmingPott writes on the 23d ult. as
The funeral ceremonies were highly ini
pressive, and were witnessed by a vast con
course of spectators. The procession, num
bering some Ave hundred gentleman, all
moniker, nf th o-rAfll anciatift of science and
art, preceded the funeral cortege, and, as-1
sembling in places adjoining the cloisters,
awaitea its arrival, rmuiocijr n, imv . ...
the hearse reached Dean's vard, aud from
thence the coffin was borne through the sol
emn cloisters to the nave where the dean and
the choir stood in waiting. The procession
was then formed in the following manner:
t- . . l.tt'.i. tj..:i:. r IV-., . ; .,Tu,-- th.n
tllllUQaiKUlMIUU V. ,1
the beadsmen and choir, followed by the
Dean and Chapter, and the coffin supported
by eight pall-bearers, among whom were Sir
Charles Eastlake, the Hon. W. Cowper, M.
Immediately following the body walked
the five sons of the deceased, the Dean of
Chichester, and other relatives. Then suc
ceeded the immense procession, consisting of
Fallows rf tha Roval Academy, members of
Parliament, eminent writers, distinguished
engineers, c, Ac. After the procession
was formed, it moved slowly up the nave to
the anthem of "I am the resurrection of the
1 '. If Tl.- enmt.-. a rilia.raili'A If fh mnlirn-
era,' the solemn roll ofthe organ, and the air
of sadness which characterised the whole
scene, combined to produce an impression on
uiv mind not easy to describe. Tha choir
havintr taken their seats, the service pro
ceeded by iu thaiitiue the sublime air of
Handel's, "I know that my Redeemer liveth,"
nnd the melancholy burthen of PurceU'i 90th
Paalm. The service was then read, after
which the choir aaaia sanar a beautiful hvran.
when the procession moved on to the side of
the grave. .
The fashionable Parks of Paris in the
The Paris correspondent of the New Or
leans DtUa observes:
The Champs Eiysees and the Bois de Bou
loarne. the nrirrcioal lDnirs of Paris, have
the I nasumed their gay garb, for the summer of
di- I 1A60. In the Champs Eiysees, Milliard bas
tgunucuusu uu suiuuswia vuw. w,
in the elegant inclosure in the rear of the
Palais de 1' Industrie. On the other side
the avenue, three or four cafes chantants rival
to talk ize with each other in a profuse display
gaslights and an inexhaustible now of sour
teer. A little further up, the Paris circus
has entered summer quarters, with the same
of old pad-riders and balloon-splitters, worn-out
that .r.nrlaa and thread-bare ioKes. 1
A I i The business of this establishment is likely
to be serioosl V damaged by the hippodrome
r tha Amh nf TriumDh. where the American
itcrobate, whose exploiU I mentioned during
their engagement hut winter at the Gayety
Theater, are performing new and wonderful
feats of strength and address. To wind
the list of our warm weather amusements,
the fairy-like dancing gardens of Mabille and
the Chateau des Flears hare thrown open
their parUrrers of flcwers and polished lawns
tq the throng of pleuure-eeeken, while
the Boil ds Boulogne, the oaaoade tumble
over the rocks, with a natural aa air as
can possibly accomplish, and the Pre Catelaa
Is collecting Spanish dancers (imported from
the suburb of Paris) and fireworks, fur a five
mpnths' sesAon,;;.;.;; .. .; " ,v ,n- :
Frnnk Christian war killed by llghtBuig
near Bhellyville, K v, a few days sinc, , ,
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HHRAP BOOTS AND
ldiea' Keeled lalt.r.
l.aaiea tiwiiea coots,
Ladle' Heeled Slipper. " , i i
tienta' An. eewed Calf Boofs,
Misses' and Children' Boots and Shoe,
to the Boston Cheap bhoawson, 170 fifth-street,
Kim ana ttac. mrsi-am-
M hrla. imUIOrn, oa wnabinmen. at g
i ' ' ' ' Sir) andaat faafn-etl
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77 and Ttf Walnut-strt
14. AnutherUoftlTuM unrlvaUd.'X.nlaCrachsr
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Spring Season. MISCELLANEOUS.
. B '; -3 r. 1 kii..Miwia
s l rrr '.me via
. I I t I , J I sshaulult or
i ll au-MtJl A
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
Noa. 15 and 17 Kant C)lambl-tret.
ruiIK lIOHT HELIABI.R FIRB AND
A IlllBOLAR PKUOf HAKK8. Thoy hay lyo
more eatlafactlon than any other now In n.e.
We otfpr a reward of ONK TIIOL'SANI) TIOIj.
LARS to any pemon that ran, np tn tne preeont time,
hnw a linRle Instance wherein they bar failed M
preierie their rontcntil. ...
With thli HAFK w challenge all competition, at
belna the beet Fir Proof. Bur.lar Pr..f, or rir
ami Bni lr Proof now made; anil are wlllln to tejt
with any e"tMl.liment In the I nion, and the parti
faillna nrtt to forfeit to tha other the ran or tJ.UOO.
We are prepared to furnleh a better Bate, and at lew
coat, than any other manufacturer in tua united
""Second-hand Rafee of other maker alao on hand.
We respectfully lurlte the public to call and exam
ine our atock before piirchaalos elaewher. .
HALL, CARROLL k CO.,
anl-er Hoe. 16 and 17 Eaat Ootnmbla-trt.
M. H.Cook. A.M.Caok.
M. H. COOK & CO.,
GREAT "WESTERN PLANING MILL
WHITR WATER CANAI
BETWEEN FI1TTH AND BTXTO-STBEETtt, CIS
niKi.trnlii'vrv ntr iflvlNH KN-
JaL'TIKKty aiianiioned building In the city, and
turned our attention to preparing bnildliig material
of every diiecrlptloii, wa con saieiy sht ma. ii.
Krlence in the business and our facilities enable ut
offer Inducements to builders In the city and at a
distance unsurpassed, If eoualed, by any other aiml
lar establishment In tne west,
ur. -1... ..r.ri.. Vnneera of all descriptions.
and keep on hand an assortment of Mahogany, Rose,
wood, Walnut and Oak Veneer. Alao, Tin Backing
for Pictures and Looking-glasses.
p H We hare just received forty thousand feet
Red Cedar, of lino quality, which we can sell at
less price than it ha ever boon sold for in this market.
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II. P. EL.IAS'8
. NEW WHOLESALE
AVatcli & Jewelry llouse,
16 West Fourth-street,
WHERE CAN BE HAD KVERY aktl.
TV CLE appertaining to the business, at a mu
less nrlce. for CASH, than has ever before been offered
la thli market.
OIVK US A CALL,
And tee fcr yourselves. W1
A. C. PAItRY,
Tin-plate and Sheet-Iron Worker
Ha removed to
AGENT FOR STEWART'S aik-tiuht
Hummor and Winter Cooking-stove. Also
for Carter's Filtering ilydraut, where it may be seen
in operatson. .
JoDblng don with promptness auu uibjwiuu.
L & B. BRUCE.
eitreet liallroad Car and Omnibua IHaa
WE ARE BBI1DIKO ANB HHAL1
keep ou hand a supply of BTRKET RAIL
ROAD CARU anil OMNIBUSES, which we will war.
rant equal In style, finish and durability, and at
w prices, as any maue in tue country. :
Office corner of Third and Vine-street, ali-tl
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rrVHK MOST WONDEBFrjL MSOOV.
M. BUY OF THE AUE. Dr. CALV1H, lormerly
or London ana Baltimore nospiiais, wnore ne
had many years' practice in tne treatment 01
diseases, but more recently of Moxico, where
such diseases are to be found in their rankest
During his practice there, in connection with
Don ANTONIO DK LAUSVALLU8. one of
most minent physiciana in Mexico aud Spain,
discovered a remedy In one of the Mexican plauts,
and found only in Southern Mexico, that removes,
If by magic, all tne venereal taint iroin tne system,
In the primary or secondary form, tiyphilis, in
worst stage, permanently cured In a very short
aud the system thoroughly cleansed aud pure,
11 It nau never neen ooutauiinauia ujr tuav sum
all diseases, Syphilis. Bcrofula, Leprosy and
kinds of corruption of the blood and diwases of
skin removed permanently and qui. Sly uy thli
-rful uiunl anil ulrier of nature. a Mexican SDeciftCt
r.0 One Ueeu ue rouueeu to a saeieiuu. .1114 "Miior
torture of the Inquisition, and robbed or his
dollar, and still not cured. Dr. Calvin also heals
kinds of chrouic diseases with grsat success.
Iclue only to pay for, as all diseases are treated
of charge, exoept by special contract. Persons
distance can be treated by sendlug correct
ments of their cases by letter, and ten cents
poBtage stamps. Call on or address Dr. CALVIN,
1103 Vine-street, betweon Fifthaud blxtil-atreeta
Cincinnati, Ohio, How I th tline-to-niorrow
he too late. . t,
The Doctor has located permanently In th
aud can at all times lie found at bis office,
nY-&md for Circular.
no. zud y nie-siicei.
LAN E & BODLEY,
Conxr of John ami WaUrtntU, CmemmaU,
No. It West Fonrth-etreet,
ARE NOW R ECEIVING ADDITIONM
their large assortment ol Watches,
Silverware and Dlamuaus. .,,.. .
ALSO A fine assortment of PlatM Tea Bet
Ontlsry and Opera-glaase.
THE Ol'TCAT.T ELASTIC METALLIC
ltOOi'INO is ollered to the pulille aa the best
cheapest Metal Boot now used, its merit, having
testeu uy ao experience oi jeai. m "J
elnlty. Applied to flat Or steep, old or new
lugs, no aimer nam imwumi wn-m-i, ........
posure to the action of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to ny
tha rJnlted States, can b applied by any one with
diuary mechauical skill. Urders pniuiptlv filled.
133 Vst Second -street.
sTAARTNERSnlP NOTICE ON THE
M. of May last, (latin,) Martin Mxon.ot rnilHaelplila,
etlred from the firm of Nixon A Cbatneld,
nterest was nurchased by the remaining
Thomas Nixon aud Wm. 11. Chatlleld, under
same title of firm t
jel.leoo , , , eion m uun
riQP A RRTNERS1IIP THE .SPPCH
J ltt..U I,... Una rlaV MMM kftltl ltd wltll tttfJUl
Woods, ( Into of th flra. of John HblUito (k).,)
ill purpowi OI 001 D Ki Htsreiuiurtj, wauuiv
gnu t lima wMai
' jet, irMttn-bw
NIXON k CUATI'lJiliO.
Ilanks Rell nuOrass Foundry.
tilhVA WOKKt. (formarly OeorM t. Hanki.)
i I'M Kiirit decoud-atraat, Cincinuatl.
BELISKKPT CONHT ANTLY ON
or irnule tourdur, of any aie up to a.uug
and in cbtiaet " wnntmt. Every variety of
Work aud Brtuw ud twffOiltinn OMtlnce
order. Also on hand, uaVbitt llotl and Spelter
der, and efaiydeeorliitluD of Finished Bras
i , IliON PIPB AND IVtJNOH,
Particular attention f Iran to btaaraboat Work,
l Wrouifht-lron Plpinjr end rittliige put up;
ind Water Oiuif. Metaite Packinx,
Blowers, Snglu. llslls, Au. Lager-bwr Cock
tllOM Al I'l KTII. Hupef Intendcut.
all other varieties
wvauaain M IT s an a B I . JfTKsT
tS CK.IVkn, 30 doaea very superior French
n. u. wlu.lesi.la and rutall bv
a. McDonald a
. fturaiib, Wlfi
Spring Season. MISCELLANEOUS. RAILROADS.
COLUMBUS AND XENIA
—AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
fy AND AFTER MONDAY.
1 ISo'i, Traine will depart ae followe :
a a at rvp tUKH-rmm t'tneinnatl. num.
Iltnn and Dayton Depot For Hamilton, Klrhmond,
Inillanapolle, ln.cainpori, nayion, opi .
nana ana nanaopay ; at tipnuKimm lyi .p.im"".",
at Dayton with Davlon and Michigan Koaa tor iroy,
Hlnuv t in,. Fnrt Wsvns sknti ChlCaUIO t BvltO
lo. iJptroit and an poinw id iukm,
MO A M, EXPR KHH From LtttU Miami
CohHDhm, BtantMniTtllr. and Ptttbur : tU Colum
h.. irm.tiin Atnd lMttiburfi la Colnmbtu ana
H A iri. rrora iincinna.i, nwuinuu n a
too Accommodatlon for Hamilton and War Sta
tion! i comiecte at Hnmllton for Osford. Ac.
10 A. M. EXPH Krt-From Liltl Miami De.
pot-Connnrt rla Colnmhua and Bellair (Wheeling;
via JoliimkH, Oreetllna and Plttaburg, and via
Colnmbue and Cleveland. .
vijtv r. in. J r rt eetv-,nu viuurni.-!,
Hamilton and tWton Dipnt-Kor 'Dayton, 8rrln
Beld, Urban and fcellefontalne ; alao at Dayton for
Columbiw: connecta rie Hamilton for Richmond)
Inillanapoli" and all points W'oet. , .
atOit P. M. From t'lnclnnatl, llamilton and
DavUiu Dnpot-For Hamilton and all Way Stattonn.
4 P. Bl.-Prora Little Miami Depot-Aronmmo.
dation, fnr Colnmhua, Hopping at all Way Station 1
Mr-PPom little Miami Depot-Acoommc
datinn, fur Xenla. torpinat way mauona.
6 P. M. KXPRK-Krom Cincinnati, nam
llton and Dayton Depot For Dayton, bpnnaneld.
I'rltana and oannusay; tor iroy, S,", V
ii... lL'-... Ptilracrn: aleo for Tolrdo.
Drtrn'lt and all oointe in Canada; connecta. via
Hamilton for Oxford, Itlchmond, Logan.rj-rl, 4C,
11 F. in. K.xr rlr.?s?s from ijium auuii
r,t Connects via uolumnus, nteuoenvine auu rui
urg: via Columbus, Crwtllne and Pituburg: via
Columbus and Bellair (Wheeling) j and via Colum
bii and Cleveland
For all Information aud through tickets please
apply at the offices, south-east corner of Front and
Broadway I west side of Vine-street, between th
Postomce and the Burnet House : No. 1 Burnet
House; No. 9 East Third-street :Blxth-atrot le-
I u. U. ir.in..i.trniit Til., Hit.
Tralus run by Columbus time, whioh Is seven min
ute laster limn uiiicihiiimi tiuio. .
btma riKlt-Oenoral T cket Agent.
Omnlbusea call for passenger by leaving dirertloni
the Ticket Office. 'P3
COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
TWO DAILY TRAINS FOR TIN.
CKNNKS. Cairo and bt. Loul at 4i!3 A. M.
Tliroe daur trains inr uouibtiii. as iis a
3 P. M. and 5lS P. M:
One train for I
...-villa et A.M.
l. iHln. onnnvl ftt Rt.. TOIliB for all Point
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Quincy and Reo.
kuk; at Bt. Louis and Cairo for Uemphia, Vicluburg1
Natchez and New Orleans. . ,
One tbrongh train on Hundny at 9i3a F HI-
Returning, fast line leaves East St. Louis, Hundayi
eicfjtcdnt 7 A. U., arriving at Cincinuatl
"'Express train leave Bt. Lonls dally at TiSO P. M.
arriving at Cincinnati at 7:30 A. 41.
Kor tlirough tickets to all points West and Bonth,
fileasoapplt at tneomcee: wainui-sireev iiuuv., w
ween bixth aud 8eventh-treeta; Ko. 1 Burnet House,
corner office: North-west oorner Front and Uroad.
way; Hpencer House oince, ana at tne uepot, ooruai
i'ronaud alilltreets. Omnibuses call for pnwen.
RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS
Cincinnati & Chicago
aTREAT IHROUOJI ROUTE TO THE
ajr NOBTUWISoT ro
M l U.
Three dallr through trains leave Sixth-Street Depot
st Is A. M. and !ii30 P. M. and 8 P. M.
Thrugh to Indiariapolia without
Linange ox afax-a.
Virtd Ooaaacrten .
Xf Ttlnhmnnd. with rMnriniintt and Chicago
road, for Auderson and all points on the Tiellefon-
tAinn Rnilroad Line: Kokomo. LoDamDort. Peru
all points on the Wabash Vallpy Railroad.
i At ina.anapo.il lor irre iiauw, iTit.t,vwu, riiuh
Bt. lioumana iinnoii uentrai nauroou,
At Lafuyotte for Danville, Tolono, Decatur, Bering
Held. Nanles. Ouincr. and Hannibal and Ut. Joseph
At Chicago for Racine, Kenosha, Milwaukle.
crouo, Rt. Paul, Prairie du Chien, Bock Island
The 6 P. M. Train make direct connection
Logansport with Logansport, Peoria and Burlington
ltaiiroau.lor ituiunu, n rsnu, reuri., wiunuiuii
Uulncy, Gales burg, Galena and Dunlalth, making
TWENTY-FIVE MILES SIIORTEB
THAN BT ANT OTHER ROUTE,
lOO MILES SHORTER
THAN VIA CHICAOO.
Fare aa Low and Time as QnlcK
as by any other Route.
Thi la exclusively a Western and North -wee
Route, having aa favorable arrangements with
necting Roads as any other Route. Passing through
a higiily-cultlvatiHl country, with numerous
and villages, it offers to patrons more pleasant
mooatlou lor aaiety, cuoiiork auu luierces uas
other nout lor tne anova namea points.
For Through TlckeU or any further information
sure and apply at
169 Walnut-street, between Fourth and Fifth-strata,
but Gibson House;
North-east corner Front and Broadway;
West side Viue-atreot, belwoeu Burnet House
Cincinnati, namilton and Dayton nepot. Fifth
DLKta-sireeia. . v, a. muaswn,
W. IT. 8HIPHAN, Passenger Agent.
aVar-Umnihuaee will call fur passengers by
their name at either of the Ticket OOicee.
ap!6 . W. li.bMlTU, Agent.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
part ol I (out,
or. 1 , Uaggage
I I THOOl'i
fATO CHANGE OF CARS TO INDIANAP-
11 U1.IO, a wnicn place It iilllie. wiui miiroaus
for and from all points lu tu. west ana norm-wees.
TUBES PAHUBNUEB TBAINB
Leave Cincinnati daily from th foot of Mill
'fti'o'Afni.-CHICAGO MAIL. Arrive at
at 10:47 A. M.iChloago at 8 P. M.
lliAO A. 111. Torre Haute and Lafayette
mouiitlon arrives at lniliuiinpulis at 4:.M1 P. M.
0 P. M. UHICAOO KX PKkH. -Arrives at
at 10; (5 P. At.; Chicago at 7:30 A. M.
Weening Cars are attached to all night-trains
this flue and run through to Chicago
C lair Be sure you are In th right tlcket-ofllc.
Iou purchase your ticket, and ask for ticket
iswrenceburg aud Indianapolis.
rare th aama, ana time suorw taan uy any
nViaw-bskl thrrstisTi. i
fill TICKKTH. maeA tint II UMd. MB
A-t 1 al.ll,-.. niHeea u fiunr.c Ur.itaaKnriur
Norlh-wrvsi ooruer of Broadw:iy and Frout,
EuriM'l uoiiritJ corur, 1110 nmnuituw,
o, i Eat Thirrt-itrvwt. and at Depot Ottice,
Biili.ou ironiHirtoV waure an uxvi)r
lion can bad. , ,
; UmuibtuM run to and from earn train, and
all for paAttMugura at all hotcla, and all parU
fttv, uy leavn
aaiiim Sul.lrauU at ft til nr nfllrA.
' Saddle, Trunk and Harness
10i nialn-atreet, three doer above
IfEEP ON HAND AND MAKE TO
V I)LB all kluds of lluiu Trappings, in the
aud most substantial manner. Also, a large
ment of Horse Blankets, Whips, Carpet ana
Bags, Brldl Bits, Ilulfalo Kobea, Valise (the
sole-leather). Mail Trunk., huouge, aud a large
sortment belonging to this line. 1 win sell as
i D. 8. CARRICK.
. j '- ' nol6-ay
IAUKHKRVING HMO A II.- t '
. 4(1 hrls. UennoJ Sugar, suilable for sreservlng.
. AABMM A. COLT KB,
Nna. iltvil 8-J1 Uala-straat
BIIilyHEAD PAPER. -9P0
a ruled H, 4, 6 and s to ahet of
raw reauja ruled J, 4, o ana a to a anet ot ai
,ullty oft ar, ltgoalv gM,'
mail and Walnut-.
OIWB HONEY. -10 BOXEe)
I1....TI. ll..nav fl. 11,. ..-.-llV ut
. , .V . .... , WDIU
AAltUSI A. UVlll w
Not, a 10 aad aiiJUlu-strt.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles. INSURANCE.
InerMelea 18U.-Caarte PeTetwal.
Csh Capital Enlarged Half Million
ATI in IN'45. ante-datlns all Pi
lnnranoa oompaniee and aaenniea In the uieorano
biMlnra In tlila city. Thlrty-STe year' oonetant
duty here, combined with wealth, axperlenr, enter-
frie and liberality, especially commend the Attn
neurance Company to tha faTorabl patronas of
tbla community standing aolitary ana alone, In
ole snrriyor and liTlag pioner of Olncinnsti under
writers of isi.
The largest loss ever sustained by nV fnstirane
company at one Are In Ohio waa by the AStna, at
mostly paid prloi
icothe, April, 1KA2, and amounted to S1I4,K)1 47,
mor to inirir nays alter tne nr
Cincinnati during thapaat lis yaara,
Cash Capital, - - $1,600,000!
Absolut and unimpaired, with a net surplus of
314.149 3T. '
And th prwflKa of forty-one years' mire and
perienoa. Inveatmenta of
ft f IAA Anf fthlli HKCnrltlM
i viva y.vujuii . -
vts iNntst.lNn NAVIOATfON.
BIsVs accepted at terms consistent with solvency
and fair proms, jhspnciai attention airi.
ance of Dwelling and ooulenU for terms of on to
"pplica'tlon mad to any dnly authorised ant
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a leglt-!..-
l.n n l.n.lnM. this CnHMIlT Is enabled
to offer both indemnity for the past and security lot
th luturo. rouciea iseuea wiinvui uci.y wr
CARTER ofc 1-IND8EY, Aaeata, '
Ko. 40 Main-street, and No. 171 Vine-street.
J. J. HOOKER, Agent, Volton, 17th Ward.
U lITdIf A a.n. Iln.ln.lnn K .
frll-ay oP. BPfcHANAN, Wewport, Kr. '
National Insurance Company,
OFFICE (JOl'TH-WEHT CORNER OF
Marine. Inland Transportation
A Hll Ttlnlrrt
uuu r 11 c aaioivo .
TAKEN AT CURRENT RATES.
John Burgoyne, E. BI. Bmlth, Robert Mooro,
Wm. Hepworth, Cba. L. Moon, M. Fechelmer,
F. X. Wiedemw, Tlios. Ong,, 8. W. Bm th,
J. L. Boh, Tlios. R. BIms, Henry Rills.
go&m'1"' tmr7. BPBIGM AK. Hurveyor.
City Insurance Company
OF CINCINNATI. OHIO.,
Capital Stock .. I50,000
Fire and Marine Risk '
Taken at fair rate. Losses equitably adjusted
DiaioToas D. Banning, Joseph 0. Butler,
JOH. V. BUTLEE, President.
msbop, T. J. weaver, rt. a. mwiw,..!'. w
E. H. Haines, O. W. Trowbridge. J. V . Lehmer.
Moore. J. w. Donofan,
W. M. RlcHAaneon, Secretary.
WM. I. otbatton, dnrveyor.
Western Insurance Company
OFFICE IN THE SECOND STORY
No. a Front-street, between Main and Byoa-
""tw Company I taking Flra, Inland and Marin
Bisks at current rates of premium.
liosse lalrly aajustea anu promptly para.
T. F. Eckert, F. Ball, H. W. Pomeroy,
uf W 11 Whlteher. W. O. Maun.
Robt. Mitchell, W. U. Oomstock, L. O. K. Ston,
Robt. Buehanan, C. O. Hhaw, (loo. Stall,
Wm. Sellew, Heth Evans, J. II. Jaafle,
David Gibson, II. Braclunann. J. O. Isbam.
H. Clearwater, Thos. It. Klliott,
T. F. EOKEBT, Frealdent.
BraFHiH Moa. Seoretary. not
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
O. E. NE WTO X, M. D.,
gTAFFICB Nil. WV WKST BKHBrtrn-ar,
IF between Vine and Race. Residence Wo.
Seventh-street, betwoen Walnnt an.l Vine.
hours 1H to BXj A. l-i 1H to ilH P. M.i 7 to P.
WILLIAM M. HUNTER
no aoe VINB-BTRBBT.
(Succeasor to Knowlton A Taft,)
mrO. 8 WEST FQURTH-1JTB.EET,
r and VINfc.
A STITCH IN TIME SATES NINE.
Save tlie Pieces
Useful in every house
mending Furniture, Toys, Crockery, Ulaaswaro,
Wholoaal Depot, No. 48 Cedar-street
IMr-i. 11 EN RV C HP A I. Ill N
xox no. j,ow, new sura.
HrALiUlfiU At vv.t
Pnt nn for Dealer In eases containing four,
and twelve doxeu beautiful Lithograph
card accompanyinjE each package. de2l-ay
G. W. BOWLER,
PROFESSOR IN THE VETERINARY
COLLKUB OK HUBUKONS. Office, Ko.
Sixth-atreet, betwen Main and Walnut, Cincinnati.
Pure Catawba Wine,
MANUFACTURED BY JOIIN B.
hl.lck. nf Millcreek Townshln. and not
oelled by any article in the market. For sale in
quantity by AL.nr.nt auns, uruggisi,
South-waat corner Central-avenue ana aighth.
mvADAIvIB ELLIS. M. D., HAS
XJL at last iuat what the LaditM have long
..... IrwA t-i ff.rin vavui. tliti ITTKKINK KM XI
The U Urine KHxir is warrautd to cure all
eaaee of a uterine nature ; Inflammation of
Womb, the Kidnura, the OTarlos. and the
PmU.riiii.fi or F silli dat of tha Womb. Painful
ailODi uniuriMii. Aiu"nurnii in nvii pm
1h iruHranteed by the one of from two to flTi
the Kllxir, ofaur uiaeaee whatever of tiM
aud Urinary Ortfaua, of male or feuinle. no niattar
Oow tuna Bmnuiiic. rnco ei pw
MADAM K KLLlBealleiMirlwuUrattsntlon
following Card of oueof the noat fromlneut
i Prii-ri II my bottle
LlSealU tmrlicuUr attsntlon
liaU of Cincinnati:
" To fas P-jbHc aad las Ladies es) Funicular:
lpg our nam. to Patent atedlotne.; but knowing
the Lady Physician, and th medicine called
Cterine Kllxir, we cheerfully rocommend It to
males suflerlng from Keiuale Diseases of any
ia purely vegetable, and in no case can do Injury:
X try and our w ord for it, you will And
If. u. liltili. Druggist,
' "Oorner of Fifth audllace street."
1 ' AI.HO-
MAPAMB EI.LIH'8 8PAN1KBT BISHTLATINfJ
fXlUUH AK1) LIVKB BALHAH caraa, wltlio.lt
Pulns In th. Breast, Back, Mid. or Limbai
Colds, Hoai-eeneM, Difficulty of Breathing,
vt-j.iili.iw... Heartburn. Chrniile ltheumatlsm
BrTloiia Colic, Cramp Collo, Griping Pains
Bowels, Dullness, Httipor, Inactivity, Los or
tita, and In palnlul Atenstruatlon It is a certain
.-.1 -I u Immeiiiat. relittf. in aj,v nf th. above
unni It will alve relief in twenty uilnutea. aud
niaa.nt oure by the use of two buttles. Ouly 60
per holtie ao cneap that every person can get
N. B.-For sale by If. D. MILl.. Druggrst,
of Bac aud Flfth-stroetsj J. I). TPAf Ki .oru
tV'nurth ai,d U'.1,.i,i- HfirRfS. EOKHTEIH
corner Viu and Fourth: JuMN pICKbyH,
cf John aud Hlxtb-sts., rAVlj, JtKlNi.KIM.
ot jLignin auu xreomau', x.in nnv nuAnj.in
CO., corner of Main and Fourth) end
ILLUia. 144 west isixtn-street. y)ia-aa
loseu lagans very superior Olive oil. Fur
AAI.ITB Oil.. JCBT
VLV doseu lagans very super
lul- -...I r.l. I. DV
' A. MnDOWAIiD ft
M end Branch 1)49 Wast Ii
MEDICAL AND DENTAL. MISCELLANEOUS.
i . ,
Th attention of families I now for th lint tlm
publicly asked by the manufacturers to their new
kind of fabric from th.
They hav submitted It U trial and th critical
jndgmmt of th beat mechanic and esprrta, by all
of whom It has been ooncaded to be on of th
BEST MACHINES IN THE MARKET !
Thi Machine I now pot befor th public on It
own merits, and will be found equal to th most x
penelT. machine. In all th following particular,
and In aims rea pacta altogether superior t
L In aimpiicltr of construction and action ;
I. Ia durability and non-llabilltyjo get oat of
I, In th quality and amount of work which It
will do in a given time ; .
4. In th facility with which It will work on all
to tha nnest
(. In th saae with which on can learn to us it ;
..While with cheapness, oomblnsd with excel-
lenoe, and in th ease with which it run, It 1 with
out a parallel
'.-Ootten, silk and linen oaa b used from th
Pstvons In want of Macblae are reapeotfully In
vited to call and axamln our before purchasing
Agent, traveling and weal, an wanted to ell thi
machine throughout th United State.
V. E. BRAMAN & CO.,
COR. FOURTH AND WALNCT,
maal omoiHHATI, OHIO.
II. IV. OLAJBK,
(ocoiMoa to KTaai a so.,)
MANUFACTURER I WHOLESALE DEALER
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
NO. 40 MAIN-STREET, CINCINNATI, 0.
CINCINNATI FUEL COMPANY,
COAL-YARD AND OFFICE,
No. 103 B. 'THIBD-BTBEET.
YOTJGHIOGHEN V, WINIFRK1DE,
Delivered at th lowest market rate.
r" Orders solicited and promptly executed.
,7-ay W. M. HDBBBLL, SeoreUry.
134 MAIN -ST., CIN., O.
KITTREDGE & FOL.SOM,
S3 St. Charle-at., New Orlean, Lm.
Ghws and Bportixxs ppsarsstna.
Ann Dianas l eorowpa.
A FRESH SUPPLY
JTSV BI0I1VSB, AT
GIFT BOOK STOKE,
88 "Went Xfonrth-sntreet,
(Next to Smith A Nixon's Ball.)
Gtiven With Baoh Book Bold.
Bold at th lowest retail price, and many tor lea.
Will satlsflr all that th place to buy Book la at
A. A. KELLEY'S
Gift Book Establlshmsat,
maM Mo. as West Tonrth-etreet.
19 WEST FOrRTH-STHEBT.
BAHDEL G. WIN0HE8TKB, Cutter. ap30-y
l'l. YtOTi ULLY ii.f-.riu tha led 1m ofClnctnuatl
and the public enral I y that alie baa apened
FAJIllJjI nUDk'iwunii .11 uuiusj ui tut. unner
1 jumpaoy ru. pn vtw
1 prepared to mannbeture
A Baker Sewiiia AUchine Oompany.
trMtt . whan Mna la Breoaraa IX
d (J)illdrei.i' Undar UarmenU, BhlrU, Bhlrt
fourtti-ttreet, whara aha i
Ixsui.M And Ohlldrei.i' liod
Boaome and Tuokad gkirte, wbicb tor darahiiity and
oeatneai are uniurpaaea.
N.B. Particular attention paid to the maanfaetnf
of Obildren'l Cloth I ua of every deecrlptiuo.
j. wkhu, Jit.,
104 OtPirtla.svaitjreew. 1
W AM RECEIVING DAILT, BY
m I'ltKHS. the very newest style ol BOX
uuu. IfusMoH Aavrvicixt. VLOWaaa. C
u ATS, nusuas, t aaras, sump uua, nuv Aaiat
auio, Bokmit Faanu and Wiu-miar Glootx,
i Wbeleeale nnd Betatil, '
maM . . MO. 184 FIFTH-BTBltT.
Fruit-Oan Cement 1 1
a ac, atanufac
httu squares south
Can supply any auenlltv at low price.
Dr. Evany t, Toothache Dropt. ,
TiR. TANS'". TOOTHACHE DROPS,'
MM prepared from th. recipe of the oalebratt4
American Dentist ia Paris. For sale by
l ALBBKT BOBS, Druggist,
Bouth-west corner Central axuiue and Sighth,
business again, and cun b fouud at Ler xesidouoe.
Mo. 47, ou the west side of Jonus-strest, between.
Linn and (meter and Liberty aud wade, whers eh
Airet.ills jaist, lireseutand future events by planet,
tmliulitrr, or bycaids. To all those who may wish
to consult bar on th. luck of business, or any under
taking, Journeys, lawsuits, love, matrimony, lot
tery ticketa, pel feet satisfaction will be given.
tt.rurs troia 1 a., m. to r. n. price low, riitsea
Voiii ror runntu, tb Vttun on th oaia. uylt-aut