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WILHELM AND MARY.
Wllheloj M Hanr sat down bv ths traa . ;
Whom the to In the wild flower ravellwl-
And the vine, bung la festoons disherslled.
'And ths eld etorr told "f that "liooW lsst
Through a lifetime of gladness or Borrow
And memory beamed thro' th gloom of ths Pasti
And hup promised joy for wk morrow, , , .
h Mr as lh sno-W-BTid Pitr. M the flew.
And her nsir nnng in ncn gomen irvam.
ri was noble and Drere-unswerTlng and true-
Vith brlgUt eys that lovluglr bleaecs.
K sailed her the lHIHt and fatraat or flowers;
Bus khi to bitn aoaga of low. awe.tn.ea
And thus passed IlKHumn la happteel hours
box aUal Joy's ooaspaaBoa SmUimi.
Er. ths Mmir had paasere faded trio row,
r th. green wood waa stripped of I
le el'pt the Moot else, of quiet rep
nd dtik uncut her Ufa a eadJaet
I lis vmmuiy.
And dtik taught har
Thar bnrlad bfm where h. pale elT sleeps,
vv bm bn fav.Tita stream Bows serenely
Thar burled hltnwhor. tbo wild ealarecl , leapl,
And to rainbow enthroned .It. io iKoly.
Bnt tV!i b ar. now Sed sine, till, trial of youth
. Too front Mar, Ufa bo, rlchejt treaanr..
Her son. la .till earest and oullld hr truth,
.or bar spirt to hU .log. its msasure.
Hot footfall Is alow, and dimmed Is hat aye,
liar mllo ia .till brlght-her thoughts arson high,
', Fur aba know, that a oplrlt mud Messes.
Slit know, that lb. hreed who har. gone before,
Will analt us at tiea.en a orism pini
That the loved and the Inet will meat ono
,. ,11ml par. lore oocoaseo mere louonai.
. A luaeeenger yesterday, pal a and grim.
Annulment her III. a pilgrimage ended.
. Bbe unfolded t winga In tb twilight dim,
And .pad where their .ptilt lavaa blended.
And tha fra
A nit lit Hat
trm that had hold hot Wllhalm aloue,
mi It. An.iit over Uarv.
i the baiabow alu eavha.ar.aMl thtxHM
Wjiata tb Caucast waepa her loit fairy.
A Snake Charmer in Georgia—Remarkable
Experiments with the Most Venomous
G. FrWin-r"av vTde by blrtb, but for
ruut a. reaidoat of California,
went to Atlanta, Ga,,a few duvi ago and pro
posad to the Faculty of tha Medical College
to submit to them some facta in relation to
make ebarmine. Be Rave an iuuniuu.
hih thu InltlUnenctr thui descnbeK
A box cootuinms some twentT-five makes,
among which waaarattle-a nuke with aeren rat
tlea,alarge cotton-mouth moccaainhe copper
head or rattle-enakayg pilot, two different ape
ciea of the riper, and several species of the wa
ter moccasin. He took nim toe nmo-ouo.t m
his band, shook bis rattles, played with him,
and ooiled him about bis neck. He next took
the cotton-mouth moccasin, and went through
witn toe same maneuvers wiui uuu, uu au
on through with all the others. Hp had at
one time tha whole twenty-fire. -crawling
around bis neck, shoulders and head, playing
with him, touching his whiskers with their
tontfues and actually kissing him.
' He put them on the floor and tormented
thein in a manner that we should call cruel
, bat not one of them attempted to bito him. or
to show the slightest anger no matter what
be did. He picked them all up and put them
all in his bosom! where they coiled and
crawled for fire minutes. - They were then
restored to their box, arery one satisfied of
one thing, his complete control over them.
A small stout dog, at least four years old,
was then brought in, when Mr. Wirscn took
out the rattle-snake, and in an instant the
rattles were in motion and the aiiger of the
snake aroused. Mr. W. held him in his hand
while he bit the dog twice. He then coiled
the rattle snake around his neck, and took
out the cotton-mouth moccasin, which bit
the dog once, fiercely. From the moment
the dog was first bitten, and he appeared in
excellent health before, he looked dull, and
drooped and died in an hour. This was, to
all, the most satisfactory eridence that the
snakes were venomous, but perfectly charmed
aud innocent in the hands of Mr. Wiraen. .
A Stubborn Juryman—John Bull to the Last.
In an English Conrt,a man was lately
charged with a robbery. Eleven of the jurors
were for conviction, and one for acquittal.
The obstinate man declared that he would
never give in, if he were to be locked up for
six months. Alter some hours of deliberation,
the twelve came into Court again, no nearer
an agreement than before. The foreman
stated to the Court that the prevalent opinion
in the jury-room was that the twelfth man
was a little out of his bead. This the man
indignantly denied, and said that his .consti
tution bad suffered through calamity, but that
hia mind waa riohr. and his conscience par
ticularly sound. Hence, he respectfully but
firmly declined to give up his opinion as to
the innocence of the prisoner. Then another
juror stated that really he disliked to say
' any thing about it, but yet he must declare
that some circumstances of a painful charac
ter had occurred to the twelfth man, which it
w m believe 1 had affected bis bead.
He wasdrry to lee Mr. on the jury,
Vt ilM nnt frnm a delicate feelini? of sym
pathy, mention the matter, or he might have
nrsTanwd him being: nut in the box. It was
. very hard upon the eleven who had agreed to
be locked np as prisoners because one re
i uid to agree through obstinacy. The juror
aid it was nothing- of the Kin J. iiis mino
was quite correct, though he might have suf
fered misfortunes. The other j uror remarked
that the same tb i u 2 had occ urred before. T be
dissentient: "Yes, eleven of you were for
acquitting, and 1 was tor convicting; nut, as
vnu want, ou tha side of mercy. 1 cave wav
Eleven of von are now for convictine; I am
for acquitting, and ag I am on the other side
of mnrcv t aha.ll not irive war." The iudire
now interfered, aud stopped this agreeable
mllocov by sending: all back to tneir acn
Afmr eio-ht hours more, one of the twelve
was found to be suffering from a dieease of
the heart, and he thought he should surely
have a fit if be was not let out. Ho the jur
wxa riiamiasad. the prisoner was remandec
and this bulwark of British freedom was, for
the time, preserved - ,
Sensations of a Poetess at Sea.
"Florence Percy," on her way to Europe
writes to the Portland Trantcriptr
All dav the sea "wrought mightily." The
water had a strange metallic surface which I
think is never seen near the land, but which
I noticed always alter we were tar out at sea
it snrfiice and color which can not be, or nt
least, uever is reproduced in painting. I can
only compare it to the black luster of anthra
cite coal, touched with the peculiar purple
blue of highly-wrought steel. I stood on the
upper deck, close by the mitten-mast, my arms
twisted tightly among the big ropoe, aa the
mere holding on with half frozenhandt was
very slight security. All around, from my
little central "stand-point" to the line where
the impatient array of waters was beating
agaipst the impregnable walls of the sky, was
a waste of crashing, roaring wares; not clean,
sheer pyramids, fnujred with foam at the top
such as we see in pictures, but great black
hills of water, made up of smaller, ones, and
these of smaller still, and every one white
crested; each as it broke, throwing up a cloud
of foam, which, as it arose, seemed to become
pulverized, aud driflalong the wind like fine
Kitting snow. Behind us, the billows came
hurrying, as though impatient to swallow us
up forever; and forward, a bust of mad wares
boomed gathering all their strength to assist
the toiling ship, which looked so little and in
significant among them; and when she plunged
fearlessly down Into the dark gulfs between,
the whole garnered fore of their myriads
' seemed rushing down upon us; but thanks to
the "winged JJeels" 0f the Mtrcury, up she
came again, so sharply that I felt as thongb
her prow would pierce straight into the clouds,
while I should slide off at the stem. At in
tervals, great slices from the tops of the
highest waves came sweeping over the tide,
completely deluging the lower deck, and
sometime, even favoring my great eleva
tion with a smart shower, colder and more
cruelly keen than hail. , . ,
'' TwciKDURias BisTkucin to Paiaoa roa
Lira. In the Superior Court,- Nantucket,
Mass., held lwt week, rraukUn B. Chase and
Henry V. Stackpol pleaded guilty aa kaoeti
dinrism. in setting fW to three buildings ia
the night time, and ware each sentenced to
the Sute Prison for life. They received their
tsnttacM with Indiilereuoe.
' . ';.! J 1 " '!
A Hindee Widow Remarried—Singular
IcalrWnt Instance of this kind at Poonab.
widow wag married to a respectable
of the lowerorder of Brahmin, called
Senoy. It is extraordinary that the
barbaroua restriction against remarriage
thus have begun to give way. In Cal
cntta two of these remarriages have, within
certain period, taken place; ana one in
stance, occurring In the Bombay presidency,
regarded rjt symptomatic that the doctrine
"ones a widow always a widow" is not ai
omnipotent as it once was. The bridegroom
thia Instance was once a scholar in the
Harathl .School at Bombay. He there met
with the lady who is now his Wife. She was
then but seven years of age, and a wife; for
aha hail Vvnon married still earlier toa boy sho
tied navatr mn. and whom she really never
saw, because ne aica long oeiore sue caum ui
acre. 1 ne two emiurcu uovonuo vuuiwiiiuho,
and graauauy tneir uuiun wmiium i-
creaeea. rvnen ne wen. mi roiirK u. mm
rnrresDonded with her. and at last be settled
in Poonah aa a pupil of the engineering
After he had obtained a good situation as
oversner in that department of public works.
a. fripnrt inntMOM in DrinEflUbT nia iwwvuwiii
and her mother to Poonah. At the risk of
hop lifn end with many a tear, tue poor
mother gave her consent; bnt her love of her
child, her desire for her happiness, held hard
comoat wit n ner iear 01 aoemi an.1u.11un.
ti .11 j;ffinl.;e vm irnt nvpr. Ann
on the 8th March Inst, at the time appointed
in the Hhastras l A. M.J, au.ure prescnutu
oaramnnina were successively performed, and
the knot tied, by the hands of the Deshasht
brahmins; not omitting me nrsi ceremony,
which la anmewhat amusing: to our notions,
and which consists in first marrying the
bridegroom to an earthen pot, and when the
cooiab has been duly espoused, men prow
I,,,? with tha marruure of flesh and blood
aud as the former husband died before the
maturity ceremonies, there is said to be
"Shastras" authority for the remarriage,
Tk. la.t iwmnnT ia that called Doonft-
treyohund :" and averts the consequences of
mistake orerror in those preceding,
were about twenty spectators, of whi
haps, half were Brahmins.
N. Willis, a
relates the following:
I was amused, a few days since, with the
contrast between two men who were work
ins for the same waires. worth describing,
because it illustrates some truth the differ
ence between the common American mind
and the common European. We were pre
pared to throw our bridge across taiewua
brook. A quite little, narrow-shouldered
American, with my horse hitched to a dray,
waa Hrawinc stone for the railway beyond,
and a broad-shouldered fellow from the old
country wag digging earth to fill in. As I
stood looking on for a moment, I sawa thrifty
little cedar which was partly uprooted, and
requesting the digger to set it upright and
shovel some dirt around it, I walked on. Re
turning a few minutes alter, 1 saw my ceaar,
erect enough, dui its roots suit eipoaeu,
Mlirk mui aivac it with flirt.?" I aabori
"Sure sir," said sturdy Great Britain, with a
look of most honest regret that he bad not
been able to oblige me, "you told me to thovtl
it, and I had no shovel.'' He was working
with a spade!
It was not ten minutes after this that I
saw my little Yankee dollar-a-day unhitch
ing the horse trora the dray. "What ore
you going to do ?" I asked. "Why, there is
no more stone to be got on this side," he
said, "and as the carpenter don't seem to be
coming along to fix this bridge, I thought
I'd step over and get Wbat's-his-name'soxen
and snake them timbers up, and then haul
'em across with a block and tackle, and tim
ber over, and put on the planks. I could
draw stone from the other side then." Here
was a quiet proposal to do what I looked
forward to as quite a problem, even for a
professed mechanic. I had bespoken a car
penter for the job three weeks before.
- mere atooa tne aoutuieuia out ico. uiu
end twenty-five feet -apart, and a stream
ewoNen by the freshet and hardly fordable
on horseback, rushing between; and how
these two immovable timbers, thirty feet
long,were to be got across.without machinery
and scaffold, to span this chasm ot twenty-
feet, l was not enmneer enongn to see. it
was among the "chores that a man with com
mon gumption couia ao easy enouga, now
ever, as my little friend said, and it was done
the next moraine, with block and tackle,
rollers ana levers ne Kolue wou. n ut
urally and handily as if he bod been a bridge
mil iner dt Droiessiuu. a uci u uciuk uu iim hci
ince lor aay laoor witn mis amount oi
mimntion." and day labor such as the other
man's, who could not conceive how a spade
might be used for a shovel, shows bow com
mon ingenuity is in our country, and how
characteristic of a Yankee it is to know no
Singular Law Suit in Massachusetts—Two
Very Old Men the Litigants.
Justice Holbrook. of Milford. Mass.. last week.
the case being' aa action of contract to re
cover a balance of twenty dollars or. a mutual
. . v m, .
aecount current oi nneea years, i ne panics
jmsbv Messrs. K. Walker and O. Bachellor,
both residents of Unton. who had been neigh
bors and acquaintances for more than half a
century. Mr. Bachellor, the defendant in the
suit, has been totally blind for the last eight
years of his life, and Incapacitated for any
active business nursuits. To offset the claim
of Mr. Walker, the defendant claimed that
Walker gave him a note in 1864 in payment
for a cart, but to which it appears that
Walker neglected to affix his name. The
omission was explained by the plaintiff, who
said he cure the note simmv to pacify Mrs.
Bachellor, whose husband had threatened to
turn her out of doors for selling: the cart, and
that he never expected to sign it. The de
fendant, who was then blind, swore that
when the note was given it was read to him
twioe, once by his own wife, and once by the
nlaintiff. with the nlaintifTs name attached.
the wife has since died. Twenty-nine wit
nesses were summoned by the Court, inclu
ding some of the most influential citizens of
fptoir. Judgment was rendered for the de
fendant, the value being thirty-eight cents in
bis favor, and costs." The plaintiff appealed,
and gave bonds to prosecute the appeal in
tne niguer court.. .
iMforiTAST Discovery Pubificatiom
Foil Watbb. The London Builder says that
Mr. Thomas Spencer, the discoverer or elec
trotype, has made another Important discov
ery. He has ascertained that the magnetic
oxide of iron which abounds in rocky strata
and in sands, ftc, attracts oxygen, whether it
exists in water or air, and polarises it that
this polarised oxygen is the salubrifying
ozone that this ozone, so formed, destroys
all discoloring andpollutingorganic solutions
in water, and converts them into the spark
ling and refreshing carbonic acid of the
healthful spring. Even sewerage water can
be thus almost instantaneously purified.
Moreover. Mr. Bnencer has discovered that
the apparently mechanical process of filtra
tion, is :tself magnetical, and it is now known
that all substances are constitutionally more
or less subject to magnetical Influence; thus
ail extraneous matters suspended in water
may be rapidly attracted in filtration, and
aenarated: and this may be done whether on
a great scale or a small, either by the mag
netic? oxide or black sand, or by various other
means; and Mr. Spencer bas discovered a solid
porous combination or carbon with magnetic
oxide, prepared from Cumberland hssmatite,
which is said to nave very great niterin:
. DacLixi or a CaHaoia City. The city
Hamilton, C. W- with 20,000 population,
oral two million dollars, on which the in
tercet is $131,000 annually, in itself a very
handsome tax. The population has on this
aueonnt fallen off 10.000 as compared with
ten years ago, and is still decreasing. Prop
erty is unsaleable, and houses are orrerea to
let lor tne taxes axone.
Tat Oorroa Plahtsbs'. AssooiAtioit. Hon.
Hctrell Cobb and sir. J. B. fiachao, of Oeor
z. are' soon "to sail for'Europe. They sre
en (Miniums eenaected withtbe proposed Fair
of tiie Cotton Planters' Associaton, to'be
held lu Maeon, Oeargla, atxt Decetnbsri
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..Mends MATtn-os-s AUJ..
..Manila PIUTDBKS ......
.M.nd. WAHB STANDS..
7... M.nd. 0UE8HMBN
" BALLOT BOXK8.
.Menaa UKKbSluns ... ... el
.. M.ndl BACKGAMMON BOAttCS S
Mands BAN UBOXBS. SI
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..Monde BIKD-OAQHB... M
-Mend. HIKIOMHTICJKB. . St
Bienas buuc-cjaibii o...
..Meudi UABIN K T8.
...Mends OOP BOA H 1 JJ .,
...Mend. ( UKTAINB......
...Maud. CA I) 1)1 KH . ... ...
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BPALD1N0 I PBVPAJUD QLD1.
. BOLD T BTATI0NBB8.
PALDIHO'B FBKPABBD OLDI,
' BOLD BT DBDOOIBTB.
fALDUfO'B FBBPABBD OLTJB,
BOLD BI OBOOBKB.
BPALDIBO'B FBBPABBD QL0B,
OLD BT HABDWABB gTOBBS.
BP ALDIHG'B FBBPABBD OLCB,
BOLD BI H00BB-FDBN1DHUIO BTOBBB.
BPALDINO'B FBBPABBD OLCB,
BOLD BT OOCNTBT MI BOH A STB OXHXBALLT
Maantsotired by '
HENRY 0. 8FAISIS0 & CO,
41 CcaaMtrwex, Nrtr Ysrrk.
Address FeetuBos, Box Bo. ,Sot. M1 , .
Pat bp la caeee ooatalning altaar row, BlgMef
Twelve Dozea a acn. A beautiful Idtbographls
Bhow Oard aooompanlas each paekaaw.
Pure Catawba Wine,
TwsTANITACTIJn ED MY JOHN B. 8TAE.
in ED by sow
le lu the markot.
lit III, Kit, or HlilcraeK A'ownauip,
celled by any article lu the nvarkot. For Bale la
guantlty by ALflKltT B08J, Dnissl.t,
Iff, .UU .
. r.aiu. ruled I, t, and S t
ibeet or anpsner
tltalltr of rarrr, liliiuwirca
.1 lii'if, a
. NEW STYLE :
. The attention of families is now fur the Brat Urns
publicly asked by the manufacturers to their new
style ui i
Thai have eubrnttled It t. trial and the critical
judgment of the heat mechanics and aiperta, by all
of whom it has ben oun ceded to bo one ot taa
BEST MACHINES I THE MARKET
This Machine Is now put before the puhllo on Its
own merits, and will bo found equal to the most ex
pensive machines, la all the following particulars,
and in soma respects altogetner superior i
L In simplicity of construction and action
I. In durability and non-llablllty to get ont of
. In the enality and amount of work which it
will do In a siren time :
4. In the facility witn which It will worx on all
kinds of fabrics, front tha coarsest to the a nee I
cloths and textures i .
5. In the ease with which one can learn to use it
ft. While with cheapneas, combined with excel
lonco, and in the ease with which it runs, it is with
out a parallel ;
7, Cotton, silk and linen, can be need from lha
original a pool.
Persons In want of Machines are reaped fully in
riled to call and examine ours before purchasing
Agenta, traveling and local, are wanted to sell this
machine throughout tha united mates.
W. E. BRAMAN & CO.,
COR. FOURTH AND WALNUT, !
',na3l OTNOIMWATl, OHIO.
H. IV. CLARK,
MANUFACTURER I WHOLESALE DEALER
FINE AND flllN CANDIES,
Ntt. 40 WAIN-8TBEET, CINCINNATI, O.
CINCINNATI FUEL COTIPANY,
" COAL-YARD AND OFFICE,
No. I03 1. THinD-STRKKT,
VOBOHIOOHKNT, WIS lr it K1IJIC,
O O A Ii H,
Delivered at the lowest markot rates.
aXarOrdars solicited and promptly executed.
ma7-ay W. M. UUBBBLL, secretary.
I AM RECEIVINTT AII.Y, BY EX.
PUKHS, the very newest styles of Boksets, Km-
nim, Fkcnch ABTiriciAi. rLOWsas, lbilvbin s
m .ti. ttit.iiKH. Cbapbb. BuiNn Lacks. Btsaw Tbim.
HiNQS, BoNNXt Fbahss aud Milunkey Uooos,
Wholesale and Retail,
ma24 KO. 14 FIFTHTBBBT.
B. KITTREDGE &. CO.,
134 MAIN-ST.. CIN., O.
KITTREDGE & FOLSOM,
S3 St. Charlea-at., New Orleans, Jjm
Otina stxtd reporting Apparatus,
ABB DBA LK ES IB ODBPOWBSB.
A FRESH SUPPLY
STSt BB0BITXO, At
A. A. KELLEY'S
GIFT BOOK STORK, . ,
Xa. H West IToarth-Btreet,
(Nest to Smith A Nixon's Bail.)
A SPLENDID piVT WORTH FROM 30
A - utais iusiuu
Given With XCacb Book Mold.
Bold at the lowest retail prices, and many for less.
e ONB TIIIA-L
WU1 satlsiy all that the place to buy Books Is at
A. A. KILLEI'S
. . Olft Book EstahilthroMt,
maM No. SJS West Fonrthtreet.
II. P. ELiIAS'S
Watch & Jewelry House
;. 18 WeBt Fourth-street,
BirnvPS II1N SB SI Art ETElT AKTI
T r Uljfli apneriainillK iu iub uiumaM. a, a iuuub
leas price, for CASH, than has ever b.fore bean oflnred
lu tnis oiaraei.
GIVE DM A CALL,
And see fcr yourselves.
nanks's Bell and Brass Foundry,
NILES WORKS, (formerly Oeorge L. Banks,) No.
l'AU a.ast oeoona-airee., uiuciuiiaii, .
nELLM KEPT CONHTANTI.Y ON HAND,
or maile tuordor, ofauy wise up to 8.UUU pouuda,
...rf In MiImim. wanliid. Kverv TBl-laiv or HruM.
Work and Brass and Oouiposition Castings made
order. Alao on hand, Bauulil Motel and Spelter Bol
der, and every aeecripilon oi rinisiieu urass wotb,
IBON PI KB AND TINUs.
ParHenlar attention s-iveu to hteamboat Work, such
aa Wrought-lrou Piping and Pittiuga put up: Steam
aud Water llamrra, MctaUo Packing, V, butlM
Blowers, Buglue Bells, Ac. Lsger-bwtr Cocks sui
allolner varutles aiwaye on uanu.
AllumAO a tni n, oiiperiui.ua.Bfc
. Family Work-Room.
Uf WH I'- WILLIAMS WOULD RES.
1"!. PEOl rULLT luT.rui tlia ladiea of CluclnuaU
and tha yntillc generitl.T
that alia baa aboiiMl
ItOUM at thaofllaanf the linn.
Machiue Cowpanr, Not M West
are ahe is .renared tii Di.iiuurtun
Ladles Bad Oblldraiis under Cranaents, 8lilrts, Shirt
RiiMimi and Tucked ftklrta. which fur diuahllltv
neatnnea are uuaurpiuwii
M. H. Particular attcnt
r attention paid to the manufacture
IBius of ever, deswlptica. ,
f ChlMSB'l,llhlUf JVSrjj
COLUMBUS AND XENIA
—AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
—AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON RAILROADS!
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, JUNB Hi
iseo. Train, will ilpart . a follnwa :
llton and Dayton Ih-p-.t-for Hamilton, Klchmoji.l,
tn.n ,ii. l...d.n.BnrL DavUin. BnrlliahcM. Ur-
m a. m. RirKMW-inira uiwinnitu, " " "
bana and fiindu.ky j at Spri nalli-ld fir ilelawaref
I'lmie, Kidney, Lima, Kurt Wavmi and l!h rago 1 alao
for T..1im1o, IVtrolt anil all point. In Uana'la.
l30A, M. K.XPKBSri-Krom Little Miami
Dlxt, and froin Ulnclnnatl, Hamilton and Dayton
Depot tjunnecta via Columhua and Ulerrland ; TIB
Colnmbua, Bteuhenrllle and Pittalmrg : rla , Colum
l.u, rrpxtllne and PitUburg; tie Oolumbua and
Bellalr (wueolltig). ,
8 A- M.-rrom Cincinnati, Hamilton and IVir
Ion Aceommoditlon fur Hamilton and Way Kta-
llr.na mnliAill ul ll.mlllnn fur (Isfiinl. All.
IB A. M . FXPR P.IS-From Lillle Miami De
pot C'onnecU via L'ulurabne and Bellalr (Wheellng)i
rla Colnmbiia, Creailhia, and I'ltuburg, and rla
Uolumbli. and UIptoUiiu. i
!ii;IO P. M. KXPllKSfl-Fforn Cincinnati,
Ttnmilton and Dayton Depot For Dayton, Hprlng-
e-l.l I - inn.inil H Inntnlft .lui me ii.vuininr
Coliimbnai connecta via Hamilton for Blchmond,
Indianapolis and nil poinra weal. .
ItiAO P. M. Fnim Cincinnati, lTamlltna and
Dm1. ii Depot-Tor Hamilton and all Way Htatlons.
4 P. M. From Little Miami lpot Accommo
dation, for Columbus, stopping at all Way Stations 1
alio for Hprinirnold.
0 P r?I f ront ijiuie aiiami uepoi Acoommo.
datlon, for Xcnla, atopnlng nt Way SIAtlona.
8 P. DI. KXPRKrtS-Krom ClnolnnaU, ITam-
llton anu j.ayuiii ai-iju r im j fi-...;'"-.
Urbana ana OAnausay: lor iroy, riqua, oiu,r,
Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago; alio f"r Toledo,
Detroit and all points in Canada! connecta via
Hamilton for Oxford, Klohmoad, Loganaport, Ac.
II P. M. KXPR KrtH From Little Miami Do-
Pit Connecta via Oolumbua, Htelinonyllle and Fltts
urg; via t'olunibm. trmtllim and Pittanurft; via
Coliimlnia and Hellair (Whevllng) and via Coluin-
uuaaud l-lcTpianil. i
BLEEPLNU-OARll ON THIS TRAIN.
Fur all iulorinalion and through tlcketa Pleaae
arnily at theorTlCM, eonth-ra.t crtrniT of Front ana
Broadway; west aide of Vlne-atreel, hetweyn tha
roatorllco aud the Burnet Houae: No. t Burnet
Houee; No. S Faat Third-street : ilixth-street De
pot, and at the Ka.t Front-atreet Depot.
Train, run by Coiirmtma time, which is seven Bin'
utea laaier (nan i incmnnu .uu..
e. W. 8TBADBB, General Tlokat Agent.
' Omnibuses oall for passengers by leaving directions
at the Ticket UBioee. ap30
COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
TWO p Alt Y TRAINS FOR IN.
CENNKS. Cairo and Bt. Couia at 4i'i5 A. B.
"Vhroe aafly trains for Louiavill. at 4i39 A. M..
! P. M. and 5)3.1 P. M.
'. BI. and ;;
ne train for
Ona train for KvaniTiU'
iranevlUe at '
...rt at Ml. 1
14.91 A M
Tha trnina oonnct at
. Louit 1t all point la
B.n.u m...l '.w,li. llBnnilial. Uninnv and K to
ll ilk; at HI. Lou I. and Cairo for Memphis, Vickaburg'
NRtcheaad Hew Orleans.
tine through train on Sunday at 5t3a r. If.
Roturnlng, fast line leans Kast St. Louis, Sunday!
axcontedat 7 A. M., arriving at Cincinnati al
9i?xprea train leaVea 8t. Louis dally at TrUO P. SC.
arriving at Cincinnati at 7i30 A. (.
for through tickets to all points West and South,
fltmao apply at Ih.ollicoa: Walnut-atreet House, be
areou Sixth and Seventh-streets; No. 1 Burnet Houee,
corner oflico; North-went corner Front and Broad
way; npencer tiouee umce, anu a. me wvtn, mrne.
rrou"and alill-atreots. Omnlbuese call ibrpaaeea
gers. ' , K. FL1NX, .
apis ' vice rreau
RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS
Cincinnati & Chicago
ATI R EAT THROVOH BOUTS TO THB
Three dally throimh trains loava Slxth-etraat Depot
at 0 A. U. and !ti30 P- H. aud O P. M.
Tbratnith to IndifAnapolia without
tvnange ox aiaxst.
At Ttlchmnnd. with tnnr.lnnetl and nhleam Rail.
roail, for Auderaon and all points on tha Bellefon
taine Railroad Line; Kokomo, Loganaport, Pern and
all polnu on the Wabash Valley Railroad.
At indlanapoua lor 'terra iinuie, siastooB, rnna,
Bt. Louis and Illfnoia Central Kallroad.
At Latnyette tor Alattvllle, Tolono, uocatur, Bpring
Held, Naples, Quincy, and Ilannibal and Bt. Joseph
At unicsgB tot Hacine. K.nosba, Mtiwaiikie, La-
.t w. .... . b.i, a. uunu, uvea a.uiuu mum
Iowa City. . - ' i
Tha al P. M. Train makes direct connection ai
Logan. port with Loganaport, Peona and Burlington
nanruaUtiur uiiuiau, ai rum, i-euria, Buriinifion,
Ouincy, Galeaburg, Galena and Duulelth, making tha
TWENTY-FIVE MILES SnOBTEB
THAN BT ANT OTHER ROUTE, i
lOO MIL.ES shorter
THAN VIA CHIOAQO.
Fare as Low and Time as Quick
as ny any oiner gome. ,
This In axelniiTcly a WHtcrn mnd Vorth-WMterm
Boutn, haTiug aaavorabl arrangementa with coo
nectioff Roailt m aar other Route. Pualna throasfa
a highlr-cultiTated oouutry, with nnmeroua townj
ana vuiages, 11 onon topairoaa more pieMant mooom-
modatiou lor aufuty, comfort and IntvrtMt Uuua auj
.thnr Route Cr tha ftbova nAmird nointa.
jror ThrouKn Ticket or aur lurtner iniormation M
aura and apply at
I9 Watnut-alrfct, between Fourth and Flfth-ttreetat
MAr uiirBun nuuno, .
Nortb-ajt roruor Front anA Broad wati '
Went Ride VinettreeU between Burnet Houaa an4
Cinciiimttt, Uamiltoa and Carton Ho pot. Fifth am
Biith-etrocta. D.H. UOBROW. , ;
i VOmiiihuiusii will call fur tiHuaut7iira far lfatarlna
ineir iwulffl mi vituvr wi iut iii koi uiiicbi. . ,
apia w . ti. nniiti, a gen..
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
XO CnANGR OF NAP.
O LI 8, at which place It tinitea with rallroadf
for and from all pqIuU 1b tha West and North-weal,
TUBES f ASSENGKB TBAIN3
LeaTe Cincinnati daily from tha foot of Mill n4
ftt40 A. M.-CUICAOO MAIL. Arrlrea t In
dlHtiapolli at 10t7 A. M.t Chlcafro at 8 F. M.
lliftO A. M. Tarre Haute and Lafayette Aooom
modution-Hu-r.TMi at Indiununolls at4:3i P. M.
6 P. aI.-HI0AOO EX I'HKSH.-AniTei at Indl
anaDolig at 10-.4A P. M.; Chtcaao at 7;) A. M.
Sleeping Care are attached to all night-trati
"no aid run through to ChlcSSififhou.
loea?? trATOOAjB to cniutgo without
le euro Ton are In th. right tlckct-offloe be lor.
asrBe euro ron are In th. right tlcket-ornos befors
vou purchase jrour tic
Tour ticket, and a.B lor ticBaLa via
tawrenceourg aua udtauupolis.
aro.tue aaina, ana tune snorter taan 0 anr otns,
llnttfRtra rhtwfVuft thrniivh.
TUltUlifJH TICKETS, good nut II uaed.'can beob-
uunea at tuo iicaet luncfn, a apncr jioum cumw
North-weHt corner of Broadway aud Frout; No.
Burnet Houae coruert at the Waluut-etreat llouie:
No 5Sat Thlrd-atreet. aud at Itopot Ofllce. loot
Mill, on Front-atreet, where all ueceaaarr iuforma
uon can aa uaa.
Oninlbuaes run to and front each train, and will
oall lor passengers at all notels, and bli
qltr, by kaTing address at either .rnc.
hotels, aud all parts of ;h.
H. 0. LOKD, Preetdeat;
Saddle, Trunk and Harness
I0a Maia'Straet, Ihroa do.ra abava Third,
KEEP ON HAND ANn MAKE TO OR.
II til all kind, of Ilurea Tranplus. la th. beat
aud moat .ubitantlal manner. Alio, a large assort-
leutof Horse Ulauketa, Whlpa, Carpet and Leatliel
Bags, Bridle HIU, UuBat. Kobe., Valisi (th. real
soie-icatuerl, siau 'iruults, hpouge
sortment belonging to this lins. I
will sell as low
D. 8. CARRICK,
LJt -. . . , iJdfc--- f ' nssisBissis
Iaeerperated 1S1B--Cliarter Pergetoal.
Ch Capltat Enlnraed Half t Million
A GKNCY KSTABLWnKO IN CUNCIN
T. NAT! In (h'J.l, ante dating ali preeent local
In ,1 nana nnniMnlM T . rl .s-nrli
IW ill 111. uiBuram
Dnaineee in una cny. inirrT-nre ypai. wn.i.n
uiy nere, coramneii with weaun, experience, eiunr
nr m atul HliMwlltv. eniw.ilillr cntnmenil tne JKina
inanrance Company to the farorable patronage of
thle commnnlty standing solitary and alone, tha
sole anrrlror and living pioneer of Cincinnati under-
rll.ra nt IH9'I
The largeat ioas ever an.tnliied by any Insurance
Arnnpany at one fir in utilo was ny tne iutna
Ohllllentha, April, lssl, and amounted to tll,'J31
mnatl. raid nrior io thirty daya aflor the fire.
the Aitna, at
pato. in linciunau aiinng inn pi... .is. year.,
Cash Capital, - - $1,600,000!
Ahanlate sad unimpaired, witn a Bet rural oa or
And tha areetlira r rorty-one years success and ex-
. w . perinnoe. Inveatinenta of
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities
,; . FIRS AVD INLAND KATlHATtON.
Ittifca tKCriBfrDfl at tormt coualtitout with olTnrT
and fair profit!. Kpwiftl uttnntloa gfTiii to Iniur
nee of Dwiiiinfp And 4WuinU fuc traw uf od to
AppllrAtioa maia to any nnlr anthoiit4 rtit
firouintir af.ttuasMi to. . ny Binct nnit'u w i -mat
losuruc bwiinMii, thli Oompnf i nl)ld
to offer both indfltT.Li.ty for th pant and (wrm-lt tvt
tha futura. xoliciea ImimhI without dVlay bf
1 - CARTER tSc LTNDrHBY, Annh
No. 40Ma!n-trt.aod No. 171 Vine-ttraat.
J. J. HOOKRR, Agent, fnlton, 17th Ward.
Ft suH, Agent, uovingron, at, .
fcll-ay a P. BUOHAll AN, Newport, Ky. '
pr. 1 .
National Insurance Company,
OFFICII rJOllTH-WTKHT CORNER OF
ai aimakd iitoii r-f uIktB.
Marine, Inland Transportation
and FIro Bisks.
TAKEN AT CURRENT RATES.
I. M. Smith.
M . FMhefnar.
V. X Wiedaaur. Thoa. UM.
III. ATI ruwUf Sill .' nBBBBU U. DBUIIW.
8. W. Smith,
J. L. Roaa. Thoa. R. Blasa. H
jtiiin subuuiss, rroeiaent,
B. O. TJbhxb, Secretary.
noe-bfm P. A. 8PRIOMAN, Surveyor.
City Insurance Company
; . OF CINCINNATI. OHIO.;
OBpltwl Bteck. tiaO.oOO 00
Fire and Marino Itlaka
Takes at (sir rateet Losses eoaitahly adjusted and
. promptly paid.
l'imBiroaa-D: Bannlnr. Joaenh O- Butler. R. M.
Bishop, T. J. Wea.cr, W. B. Moona, J. W. Donohue,
E. S. Halnea, O. W. Trowbridge, J. I). Lehmer.
jus. u. nu AiiAtt, A-realuent.
W. xf . RTCWimDeoK, Secretary.
Wat. P. Btmattoji, Buryeyor. - ma23-cm
Western Insuranoe Company
OFFICE IN THE SECOND STORY OF
No. J jTmnt-slrMt, belweau Main and Byca-
This Company Is taking Fire, Inland sad Karlne
Blaks at current rates of premium.
Leases Xalrly adinsted and promptly paid.
m an v a L ii
Jk Jf a sUVJatDS .1 AP . AUSBtl.
Wm. Glenn, W. O. Whltcher,
Robt. Mitchell. W. II. Oomatock.
B. W. Pomeror,
r. W. O. Mann.
W. U. Oomatock, L. G. E. stone,
Wm.Bll.w, Keth Evans, j. H.Iaalfa,
uul. uuuusvismu. vj. ir. dubw. rtnj. ntaii.
David uioeon. n. oracnmanB, j.t. isnaav.
I. Ulaarwalar, Thos. R. Elliott,
T. T. E0KEBT, Preaideut.
BTsrasa Mobsb, Secretary. not
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
- O. Ea NEWTOIf, M. D.,
rkFFICE NO. 104 WEST SEVENTH-ST.
LF between Vino and Race. Realdenoo No. 53
Seveulhtreet, between Walnut and Vine, ulnca
hours 7t to S.S A.M.; l,l.to3 P. M.: 7 toS P. M.
AVILLIAM M. HUNTER,
BoB - . a VINE-STREET.
J. TAFT, '
ih," tBncesssor to Knowltoa A Taft,)
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
NeMb 15 and IT East Calaanbla-strecf.
rVUIBnft)f4T HFI.IABI.B FIRE AND
JL BUBOLAaPIlOOli' SAPlib.-Ther bars si Tea
aore sutliractlon than an, other now in nae.
We ofTr a reward of 1NE T lllll'HA N TVOr..
LAR8 to anr Derson that can. unto thu breannt time.
show a iluiile Inatanca wharelq tiiejr hare UOti to
pirnnrTU luuir ooiiiuiii..
With this SAKE we challeuaa all epmpetltloB. as
beinf the beBt Fir Proof. Burglar Proof, or Vlre
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to teat
srlth any eatablHhrueat In tne Lnlon, an. the partv
UUIng drat to fori. It to tha other the aum of t$,0U0.
We are prepared to rurnlan a twtUr Hale, and at leas
coat, than anr other manufacturer in tha United
""od-hard Bafc. of other re.k.m al oa h.nd.
I We reepectfulljlnvite the pulilio to call and bbaiu
k purchaafus elsawhere.
HALL, CARROLL 4 CO.,
Nos. 15 and IT Beat Uolumbla-stmet.
DR. MERIT AVELIiS,
oeventh aud Vina and Baoa, Cincinnati, O.
'' ' LIST OF PBICIS FUR PLATB WOBBl
Full upper or Lunar aeta of tasth-ontlnuous cuss,
eS gold, tl vulcanite, M eU.er,
'r' FOB OPBBATIONBi
Iraall (old plag, aach. JO Santa to It.
lV ,.!.,.. ' " ..41 to fc.
(Tin half price.)
..II to II.
ifWinV OrTCAxLT KLAHTIfT MVTAI.LIC
JL ftOOFJNtJ ib uHvUj lli public ailhwUsxt and
eueapOTt MeUi Kool now imk1, Ita menu hav.u? Uwn
laauia a ait uxparience or yoara in tliia city aud vl
iulty. Applied to flat or atoep, old or nw build-
ing. nojfoiuar uaea naieiuui scuriy wttltovi
noaure to th aitluu of the elemeitta.
- ; If? BjipiOS
prnpartrd nhsata, boxed for ahltmiont to anif port of
th. Vulted Htaloe. cau be appll
a applied, by auy oaa w.tno
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