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THE DAILY PRESS.
THE TALE OF THE FLOWERS.
Obi thar h.d tooked upward I tmrr plao ' " '
Through thla beautiful world of nora.
And dear M a smile on an old friend's ho
It thesiulleuf th. brl.ht. bright nwrel '
Thv ult u. f waod'Huge by wood nd sua.
Th.y toll a of linw and trere: ,
tit tue children of ehuwate and sunny btamt
Sara luVllart.W. than theee
. The bright, briiht Imnl
Th?7 tall of ft taaann when mr-n war not.
han aarth wa. ? anerele trod.
AM leavee and Swere in every spot ;
Boral forth at th call of Ood;
ben epirite. elngia their hvmu at are,
Windmd bv wmi and alado.
And tha Lord looked duwo from tha highest heaven,
AO oieeeea wn.t n naa uiaa.
the brlf lit, bright Ho wan!
Tn cVeMn reenaloath wpm them still,
Th"U oftn tha torm-clud ltwr.,
ADd fraquant Uaipairl. mar aoll and chill
1 ba g.vat of aartb'a Pair fl mart
WlienBio aad D.th, wit th.lr tar, Qrlf,
Mde a home In tha beam of men,
Th. bleeing of 0-d on aacb tnd.r leaf
Praeetveu In thalr beauty naau
Ine bright, bright flownr.1
Tha lllr ( lowly aa whs ft slept ' '
On the wntar. at Eden', litk.t
Tba woodbine braafhee eweetly M whan ttarept.
In Aden, fr m brwka to brake.
Th-y wtra left aaa proof of tba Uraailbaaa
Of Adam and Eva flrtt home;
Thar ara here aa a type of tba joys that blow
Tba Jut la tba world to com.
lb bright, bright Howora.
Romantic Adventure of a Sailor in Japan—
A Nantucket Whaleman in Jeddo Prevents
At the present t!m, when the Japanese
Are the excitement of the day, the following
trance And romantic nerratire will be read
with interest, Tuesday's New York Even
ing Pott observes :
Amnner the Sandy Hook pilots there
none better or more familiarly known than
Captain Nelson. Mr. Henry Steers, the ship
builder, is now building a pilot bout forbim,
which in the course of a month will be ready
to launched from her ways at the toot of
i wemn-sttBtvjiasi uiver. a :ranu. sailor,
rouznness cnarasterizea uantain nelson
those who know him. like him for his honesty
and plainness of speech, and none ever
thought of accusing hftn of being given to
spinning sailor yarns.
A swede by birth, at the ace of seventeen
an inclination to follow the sa possessed
Captain Nelson. Unable to resist, lie shipped
as a sailor before the mast. He soon- found,
however, a sea life not so romantic Or pleasing
as De Anticipated, ine captain anaerwnom
he sailed was harsh, and knocked him about
witn cruel seventy, itolrelisiung tins treat
ment, he deserted at Matukta, a small island
in the Pacific Ocean, Soon an opportunity
presented itself of shipping on a whaling
vessel, the Eutaw, from Nantucket, on her
way from the Pacific Ocean. A terrible storm
arose; tbe ship was dismasted, and they were
obliged to put into Jeddofor repairs. This
was in 1631.
Casting off anchor, a fleet of row-boats ap
proached the Euiaw and signalled to her to
move away. Not heeding the injunction,
the fleet surrounded them, each boat attach
ing itself to tbe other by a chain. They
were thus made prisoners, with no chance of
escape. After a while a large row-boat
made its appearance The style of the boat
and train ot attendants, nearing the water's
edge, made it evident that some one endowed
with unusual athority was on board. Imme
diately one of tbe environing chains was
loosed, and the large barge was rowed to the
side of the ship. A man, dressed in state,
with two immense swords dangling from a
belt, mounted over the side of the 6hip, and
by sins intimated a desire to know what
they wished. By means of an interpreter,
they explained the occasion of their visit,
and expressed readiness to depart vchon their
vessel was put in proper repair. The official
told them they could do nothing toward re
pairing their ship until they bud delivered
two of the crew into bis hands as hostages to
fiaranty against violence on their part,
be Captain expressed his assent to the pro
position. "But you must bear another condition,"
said the official.
"What is it ?" asked the captain.
"On each mau," responded the official,
"must be placed a shirt coated with sulphur
and tar. The moment yon break faith with
us, the shirts of each will be set on fire And
the men burnt to death."
The condition was a bard one. There was
no other alternative, however, bat to com
ply with it. Captain Nelson, who was then
only seventeen years old, and a young man
named Turpin, of Philadelphia, consented to
V... ; J.i:n.HJ I. rri ac-:-i
Mo'ug usiimiM uj, m uuoiogea, i,ue uuiviai,
who proved to be the ruling magistrate of
Jeddo, bad young Nelson and his companion
uucen on snore ana delivered over to a
eaard. They were Disced in a BOrt of tent.
near the dwelling of tbe magistrate. Think
ing ii neat to oe guarded against emergen
cies. young Nelson concealed about him i
pistol " '
Weeks elapsed, and with them the wearing
of the sulphur-coated shirts. At first the
Kuard was strict, but generally they were
kept under less restraint, -until finally tbey
were Allowed to roam almost quite free
during the day-time. Gradually, also, the
magistrate lessened his reserve toward them.
At length he invited them to his house, then
to eat with them And to ply the Japanese
A daughter, young, handsome and spright
ly, formed part of tbe household of tbe
Jeddo magistrate. The pale sailor youth
looked admiringly upon ber, and she recipro
cated the look; interviews followed glimpses.
They soon learned to understand each other.
An officer of the army wag a suitor of the
ruagist-ate s dauzbten her father did not an.
prove of tbe officer, and she bad Agreed to
elope with him. He was to come on a cer
tain night. A change bad come over her in
clinations, and she did not wish to go, she
was afraid that if she did not, ber lover wonld
take her life. Young Nelson advised her to
slope ana promised to rescue her.
The night came and the lover also. Youn
Nelson learning the route the officer woul
take, strolled out of town during tbe day
and lay in wait for him. Sure enough the
midnight tramp of steeds was heard, and
soon it wag a clear moonlight merit a ret
in ue of horses appeared Nelson hid behind
A tree, in officer was tbe last of tbe train.
He bad the young girl on hia own horse. As
the horse was pawing tbe tree where Nelsoi
was in ambush, be discharged hig pistol at
me aoree. immediately me tloree stumolea
and Nelson seized the affrighted maiden
The putol-hnug frieutened tha. truou
borsemeu, And thinkW Urge party r,
lying in ambush, tbey fled, the officer follow
Taking the girl home to her father, he won
tbe old gentleman's gratitude, he became
more of a favorite, end was a daily diner
thenceforth at tbe family table. He was al
lowed to dispense wita Abe sulphur shirt, and
was altogether privileged character. .His
companion, Turpin, had, however, to wear
the sulphur shirt to the lust. , 1
Tbe EuUm remained at Jeddo five months.
Every entreaty was made by the magistrate
to orge Nelson to stay, aud in view of the
supplicating syes of the daughter he came
very near doing; so. His protracted stay at
Jeddo made him quite conversant with tbe
Japanese language, so much so that he was
appointed by tbe government coast pilot of
Japan ou board the United States frigate
Musuuppi. ' "
RAVAOES OP SMAbU-fOf. 5Wdh8 tua. lA-aj
the Indian Appropriation Bill provides to- A
limited extent for the continuation of vacci
nation aoiong the Indiana, recently suspended
in consequence of the -appropriation having
run out. Tbis horrible dineerfa has' carried
off thousands of the "red men of the forest."
By reference to the report of the Office of
Indian Affair for th years. 1837-, we iaua
that the smell-pox swept away whols tribe
of these unfortunate people, and that of the
Sioux Indiani alone 17,200 died of tbe die.
ease. More-'reoent'y,; in the -veer 1857,
nearly 12.000 of tba confederated bands of
Sioox and OmAha died, of the sam terrible
disease. In. 157, AoO of the Pawnees died
from its effects. ;' , , '
" ' i ' . ( i
One of the Paris correspondent mentions,
without giving the 'name: that , "distin
guished American' recently (ought A duel
tir with, tad
weuaaea, A rvestn wount.
an Elopement. The People of Italy—Their Out-door Life.
Harriet BeecherStowe, writing from Naples,
depicts what she saw on the road to Hercrt
laneum: i , . . . ".. ,. , ''
All family life in Italy is out of doors it
Is All that keeps the breath of lire in people
for tbe family room is Absolutely without a
window Or Any mean of light or Air but the
door, Ana tnereiore in pleasant weainer me
good wives proceed with all their family
arran cement In the street with most amiable
simplicity. Here A woman sits with the
tangled nead or A ennd in ner lap, nunung
for unmentionable rame. There an old man
is submitting tranquilly to the same operation
at tne Bands ot his little daognter, woo ex
hibits no small sense of her own Importance
in this walk of filial duty. Here a woman
witb a comb is busy on tbe guoject neao oi
Anotner woman, wmie swarms oi raggea
children tumble and roll contentedly in the
dirt At their feet All chatter with faces brim
ful of contentment.
Now we see a woman bearinir on her head
A bundle of Neapolitan clover, with its long
heads of rich crimson blossoms and fragrant
leaves; end anon another carries A similar
burden of a sort of purple-blossomed vetch,
whose graceful tendrils and delicate leaves
dance and nod as she moves. Now goes by
a meek little donkey, with two greet ragged
fellows cosily flapping their rags up and
down on his back, looking more fit to carry
him than he them. These poor little donkiea
have such pretty, patient faces, and look so
iunocently resigned to contempt And blows
and contumely, tbat one's heart aches for
them. The boys that guide them keep up a
constant regular tattoo of blows, varied by
ingenious twists of the tail, and in just the
same proportions whether the creature goes
fast or slow. The donkey accepts the abuse
as a matter of course a Dart of its daily
bread, and never inquires why it was born a
donkey, out goes on meekly as oetore.
Now rushes by a rude, one-borse omni.
bus one lean horse dragging a rough heavy
cart, with seventeen or eighteen jolly ragged
fellows, and a relay of children sprinkled In
between. Like the negro slaves of planta
tions, these lazzArom ot apies seem per
tinaciously gregarious, l ou can never get
one without a dozen Idle Appendages, i hey
swarm over every carriage, when the driver
will let thetn, with not the smallest thought
either of the Ability of tbe horses to draw
them, or the convenience of those who ride.
The coachmen generally have some half a
dozen cronies, to whom they willingly give
a chance of a lift. We have seen a ragged
urchin atletp on theback of a carriage, where
he hung like a worm. Like Blaves, they arc
cruel to animals, not from malice or ferocity.
bnt from sheer idle inconsiderateness. No
body considers tbem, wby should tbey con'
sider any body? They overload and beat
horses in the most shocking way.
uoing up mount v esuvius at one time, our
carriage was drawn by some fine, valuable
livery-stable horses. When the ascent be
came steep, the blows rained down on these
poor creatures their neaving sides and drop
ping sweat so troubled ns that all the party
got out to walk before tbe guide could be
persuaded to take his weight off the box; and
when it came to the lost part of tbe ascent
the wretches actually struck the horses across
their hamstrings with long poles, to make
them go up the steep.
Any remonstrance on ourpartaoout cruelty
to either the horses or donkeys was met
with a bland smile and a couraaio, tianora.
Tbey could not even form the conception
thut we hod any feeling for the animal, but
supposed it to be merely pretense to conceal
some personal apprehensions.
Tbs Force or Ton Saysks's Blow. The
London Colleee of Surceons, irrave and
learned men, bad Tom Savers down, not long
ago, to test the weight of tbe blow he gives,
not on any ot the doctors, out upon a ma
chine, which is made like a stomach, and re
cedes with tbe blow, registering tbe number
of pounds weight it gets, (the figures to Tom's
cred are 3Z9lDS)wmcn is something like a
lively sack of flour hitting you every time he
gets fair blow.
'Foreign Canal" Boats. Five canal
boats have entered as "foreign" in the New
York Custom-bouse within a day or two
past. These boats bring cargoes ot oatsnd
leas from various parts ot Canada to House s
'oint, on tbis side of the line, and thence by
Lake Chaniplain to Troy and New York.
They come under the reciprocity treaty, but
must enter the customs as if a sailing vessel
from any other of the British Provinces.
Sinoulab Friak or Nators. In an
orchard in Amherst, Mass., stands an apple
tree, wnose branches are loaded down witn
fruit, and upon the same tree is a profuse
supply ot buds And blossoms, upon one
Btem is a large apple and a bud Just bursting
GROVER & BAKER'S
Famlly and Plantation Sewing.
FROM THE VERY FLATT11IIN6
maimer In which our Macnluea have been re
ceived by the public, resulting in the sale of up-
' 3B"ort-y Tlionssanrl.
We are lt'd te boliere that onr endeavora to manufac.
tare a reliable Machine have been appreciated We
remain uucuangeil, ana tbat every Uach
ue wtj ehall not healtate t warrant In every reepecl
TbcUritVtir fc Bukjir rami It Murhin. hB nt.. .if
YanLeAsTu which im Wort It V of BtrwtrlsLl eijmtimi In awl
ditloa to th bMQtr, strength and lMttctty of tb
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Light, Medium or Hary Fabric.
RenderlDC It, for Family Work, iupr.or to aur othr
Machine In th market.
aHsvcBiBMor aver pattern coD.Untlr ou xhibl.
tint, for the cotivtrnlenc of purchtuera. Young La-
iHea, expariHtiCAMi lu I he ue of them, and courteoui
In their manner., are coimtantly ou hand to receive
war TMivun or purcuaaan. .
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Auierics-n Uentut in raria. or sale by
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IVtOTXrOEJ Y I TACOZaTX3'V
MOVED FBOM 06 WEST BIXTH-bTBgET,
ratH f intartMt, . Mo. 173 Vlne-atrMt, betwocc
L & B. BRUCE,
street Mallrwad Car and Omnlbn Man
WTB AAE BTJILOING AND 8 HA LI
?keep ou hand a .unply of BTBKET BAlC
.UAD CAJtH aud OMNIBCHES. which wa will war
.Dt aunal In etyla, flnleh and dur.blllly.and at W
w piinii mm aur luauo in me oouutrr.
rimne e,irnar nf Third aMd Vinetrawta. eW.tf
Pure Catawba Wine,
mtjANDFAcrrRKn nv John b. stah,
i.vl BLEB, of Millcreolc I'own.hiD. aud not u
celled hy any article in the market, for aale In uy
quantity uy ALiOfi.ni Ituao, urugifi.t.
ooutu.wan oorner uentrai.aveauo ana iigatn,
DISCOVERED AT lAST-'TBTE CHAR1
OIT L1KK. or The Trua Thearv of fLynrGdu
iloo at Pleanura, or Pravuuting It, aocordlug to tha
Ctmlilluhu Law. nt Kial.ira Thnu anllr rhil.
dren, and thoea Dot wlahlug tbem, wlU And tbl. book
to meet their wlehoe aaautlr. No medicine to nae.
ferboily hwlth; In all reapects. Seut to auy part
of tbe Dnltd Btatae on receipt of SI.
Dr. (JAl.viN i( alao Agent for Madame Da Orola'e
Female Moqlhly PllU. Tbeae Pill, ara Invaluable
btructed diiemee. Ladlee should not una them
iurliic preg uancy. aa ther will causa miecarrtagee.
Ill perboa. ,8mt to any pturtof tbecuutrr, br nuuL
Qur.iijpt oj 12. AVddruee Dr. CALV11S, Bx 414,
Cincinnati, -Oulo. or cll at offloe No. 03 vine"
itreot, between Fifth aud Sixth. 1 mrlT-tf
A hTHOT.ftOV.-M nAfIR HPT, I. EKi
1. bpA-Olifc CClV anuuuuctw that ebe coiunu.cee
buMlurv.g again, and can ba found at her reeuto ice.
Wo. 4T. ou tbe wet aide of Jonea-etraet, betwonn
uinn ana twitter ana nuerty &ua waae. wnrt) bui
foretells pat, preeent and future vnu by plauete,
r and Ltbe:
by uarde. To all thoee who mar wtei.
to oonauit bar on tbe luok of bueiuoea, or any undoLN
lawuilu. love, matrluionr. lot'
rfect aa tin fact Ion will ba given.
M. too p. M. Prloae low. Fifteen
Honrs from V AT. M. to 9 P. M. Prloae low,
naata fur runtng the lettera on Uur aanea. jatir
HlNg BLIXIatnevar faila u cure all kind, or dl..
Mwe. of lh Utaru., the Kldn.y.. Ovarlee, Bladder
aud Urethra, Prolapsus (falling! Cterle, Infliunnia.
Ion and Clwratiou of the Womb, no matter of huw
.on .taadiiig, parniaoautly otuad by th. uaa of
Madame refers with plmaura to tha following card
of una of the beat druggl.ta lit tha lty u- -"To
IA. hul.Hc aodtkm LUUm M iavttmlarr .-
" Wa, the inlursluad, are not tu tha habit of giv
ing our uauir to I'.leut Mllciues; but knowing well
tne Lady riiyMetun, ana tbe meateine oauea
reouaameud It te all
Caleeeouerliig rrutn Seiual Xllsaaaa. uf any kluu,
purely veioiUble, and lu nouue can do Injury:
ay to all tiy, and our word for It. ya. will Bud Mile.
'flnrn.rnf Fifth and HjuEa-.tiulta".
H. b. rot tela at tna principal
at tha principal ofnea,
Alxth-tt , heiween haceaud Kim ; KDWA
LAD A Co., aoruer uf Slain and Vouftbta. I F.
HILL, corner pi Eaoa and trifth-au. ; aud druif.
glsU .u.rully throu.Uout th. olty aud oouutry.
VrbVuNH DOI.LAA Pig BOTTLE. --
atadama ELLlAl ha raturni front tbs Boat,
cau U ftmufeJ.W oi;.A4a aat e)ithwtt7
all tiawa. . I . ". L ; ' lair
VaT Ue Ail lUUiUl U UUi a
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Th stteotlo of famlllee I aow for th Irat tlnu
publicly asked hy th manufacturer, to thalr new
They have submitted It ta trial and th critical
judgment of tha beat mechanic and export., br all
of whom it ha been conceded to b ona of th
BEST MACHINES IN TOE MARKET !
Thl Machine is now put before th publlo on lb
own merit, and will be found equal to the moat ex
peD.tr. machines. In all th following particular
and In soma respect altogether superior :
1, In simplicity of construction and action I
I. In durability and non-liability to get out of
order: i ' 1
. In tha quality and amount of work which II
will do In a given time :
..-In th facility with which It will -work on all
kind of fabric from th coarse t to th lineal
cloths and tenturee i
s. In tha ease with which on ran lern to ns It
S.-Whtl with cheapness, combined with excel
lence, and In th eaa with which It run., It Is with
out parallel 1'
. Ootton, silk and linen oan be used from th.
Parsons In want of Machine are reepectfallr In.
sited to 011 and aumln our before purchasing
Agents, traveling and local, ara wanted to sell thh
machine throughout the United State.
W. E. BRAMAN & CO..
COR. FOURTH AND WALNUT,
ma3! CINCINNATI, OHIO.
CELEBRATED AND SUTERIOB
; . i -i n :
, J " . pot up- '
Especially ' for 1 Summer
rfTOKY ARB EXTRA IN SIZE, AND OF
M. tha most exquisite Savor. No expense or labor
uvea lu getting tbem up, in otueot was to gat up .
ANT EXTRA i ARTIOLK t
Which haa baan ancoaaafullr acoompllshad.
GIVE THEM A TRIAL ' SATISFACTION WARRANTED I
ROBERT ORR, Agent, '
jel-tf I' Dapot No, 11 Wast fifth-street.
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CANDY I ;
' j (SnOOSSaOS TO lCTaAS oo
MAHUFACTURER WHOLESALE DEALER
. F1SE ASD PLADI CANDIES,
NO. 40 MAD.-8TRBET, CINCINNATI. 9.
j li iim ir myin ' ": - ' ''
CINCINNATI FUEL COMPANY,
C0AL-TA1U) AND OFFICE,
" - i i . "
N-0.103 El. XIimilJtiXKKKT
Hartfbrd City , ,
O O A li 8,
Oalrrarad at (be lowest market rata.'
Orders solicited and promptly exeouted.1
LL, beoretary. 1
j. yrEBB, JR.;
T AM UECEITTNO DAI tt, BY 1EX-
m rtjucjo, ina very newest sty tee oi avoiiHrrs. ma
boms VaiNoa AaTiriciAL rutwxaa, Ouildesw's
U.VTS, KUeUIS, tRAPU, ULOND (dACBS, OTftAW a
MUtoSi Bowaar saajiasaua nuatiMsaT uooa
Wholesale and Botsil, . ,
1 ' KO. 194 riFTB-MTKIIT.'
B. KITTREDQE & qO.,
' n 1 134 MAnMT.. CIN.. O. ' :'
KITTUEDGE & FOLSOM.
. , 03 Ht. ChuletWnt.. Nenr Orleaaa,Xa. i
i .... i .'iri'f iauroaTsaa ot"' - n ..i.'v b
Gtjxnm guad HpoartlBat Jlvppaargttaa.
AMD nuiAn nr mirfowMn. ' i 1
rV if'HU1 1,
P. ELIAS'S '
atbli; & Jewelry : JBoiisfc!
wmvnv sfiaM an vim nrvRT invr.
H CLK ai'pertalntiig to the builueea.at a muoh
leas price, ior u40Ui UUta naawvur veivre iyitu oourna
In thla market.
.1 . TB VI A CALL,
Ana saa ror youreeivea. '
llanks'8 Bell and Brass Foandrj'.
MlWW WOtKS.Cfwra lr eoga . Bank,) So.
l.U Mn MWU..UWI, UI.UUUM.
BEMLH K KPT COWTANTJLV ON HAND
or mad lu ordr, orauy a tna Up to S.ooo prunda.
aiidMobJu.is as wantea.- mery Twrler of Braes
wuntua ana iJoiuwHiiiion Jaeiii.ga nuute
oraer. also on nana, oaouitt netoi aaqni
err an4ery d-ieertptlup of Fluishetl Br
J C lB.QN PIPBA4t TING
itMi -yvmiMt 'Htwisv. jxeuhiiej reuain-wniititij
RAILROADS. LITTLE MIAMI
—AND— COLUMBUS AND XENIA
—AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
—AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON RAILROADS!
ATltNAND AFTER MONDAY, JPNK 11.
WF issu. Train, win n.partiw louun
hob And uiiytun uepoi ror narai'ion, jia,iuuiui
,i.IO A. lt. EXHHE-
UIPtDaVlHlllrl. IjOK timin -i I, rati
riw-Vrr'.m Yitttn Miami
Dopt, nd fhtm Ciiiclniiall. HmUtofl -.nd Dayton
l.asvi rnnnvl wlu n..lumhtl UnA ClflVnlAIid 1 Tl
IO.IiimbM, CrMtllnf. nd PIUnhnr: Tin Columbm
BfonboiivilU ftntt Ftttabiirc; t Coionibiw. BnUlr
tnd Bstiwirod; auiJ ti OoUimbut, Blir wd VitU-
inirpT; iao lyr (Sprlnglie'i, find Uslawivre.
Ti.'IO A. At. i:XPRKfH-Krom Clnelopntl,
Hum 11 ton vnd r)ri..n iimhiI Alan rnnriscta st Dftr-
ton for anrlnaAoM. II
ton lor BpriDanell, Urban and batMUAicyi ana
bfcytoo and Mlchigun Road for Troy, Ptqua, Siduy,
. !i Vi' aua aicagQ.-.Aiau awkw.
gyvtiuiii niiu mi pi Ma mi in unnana.
H A. M. From Uinolniismti. Hum 11 ton and Day
ton pnt-AeoomtTitKiaUon for UanilUon and wi
llton and Way
BU'loui; connerti nt iinmllton for Oxford. c,
10 A. M. EXFR KHH From
r.ltiU Mt.mt Da
vooneort Tia uwtunbi
int. AkA.fl TUalair avrirt Bn
BvjiutT and Plttiburr;
Columbiu. Orettliaa aoal i'iiuburgs
DQi and (ioTAland.
aod via goina
Ui.lfl P. 1I. R Ht P W. R ft Frnm Plnrlnn.tl.
URUiiuon ana uxwon imp-w-Mor uayton, Bpring
Held, Urbana and B(llftntalne : alo at Daytna fof
ijOMimDuiit connects via u amnion iutr iilciimo&d,
Indlftnanniii and all nnititi Wnt.
.1.AO . IM. From Cincinnati. Hamilton an
Dayton Dopot f nr Hamilton and all War btaCtonii;
DvoDtcu at ttamiiiou 'or vxioru, xc. . . ,
ft p. m. Fmn. Mtua Miami UHaotAeoftmmo
datioa for Ooltimbm. atoppiag at ail War Btationai
a ibo ior epntisnnia. . i
0 P. JI. From Ltttl Miami Dupot Accomuo
datton itr Xenla, t'-ininf at way ntatlone.
A P. nr. KXPII KS4 From Cincinnati. Ham
lltnD and Dayton l)pui For Dayton. Hprintneld,
Urbana and Sand unity ; tor Trujr, IMqua, Btdner.
l dir. wort WAvnt na uhtrAso: aiao tor l oiejno.
Detroit and all point- In Canada; fkruoaoU Tia
UamtltoD Tor tticnmond, uonotpurt, AO.
11 P. Itl. EXPRESS Frnm Little Miami v-
oot ConneoU via ColuQibui. HtaabanTtlla and Pitta
hnrsT! viM. filiimhui. r.rMtlinA and PltUburffi via
CoiMiTbui and Claveland; via Columbua, Belairand
Benwood; aud via Culumbua, Belair aud Pittsburg.
SLIKriNG-CARS ON TUlB TBAIN
Tor all Information and Thrnnirn Tickets itlaaae
apply at the Oft) cat, outh-eMfc corner of Front an)
uroaawayj wit lido of Viue-itroet. betwMa
Pottoffica and the Burnet Houne; No. 1 Burnet
uuuaw, nv, v MS, A II im-Sf SISPOS i OlllUltlMt MSW
pot, ana at tne But Frtnttreet Depot.
Traiui run hj C Jura bun time, whic. la aaren mla
VMaiaaier iqhd jinciunnii .lme.
P. W. nTHAnhK. GAnflrtl Tlcktt Aeimt.
Oranlbueefl call for DUMnsn br lea Tina direction!
—AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON RAILROADS! COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI.
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
TBB0VQB WITBOUT CHANGS Ot CAS5,
TWO DAILY TRAINS FOR TIN.
. CENNE3. Cairo and at. Coula at 4i!S A.
OlblQ r. PI.
iree dallv tn
all trains frr IiOUiSTlU at 4i5 A. M.
9 P. M. and fll.'t.t P. M
na r. in.
una train tor avao.viue at i'3 a. a,
The train, connect at St. Liiuls for all polula
ne train for SvaDiviUe at 4
ha traim connect at St. I
Kaneaa and Nebraska. Rannlbal. Onincv and Kao
liuk; at Ht. Louis and Cairo ior iUemphU, tckjburr
fiHtcufz bdu ntw jrieane.
trne through train on ttundaf at 0i33 r. HI.
k tteturning. raat line leave btui at. uo
: ojai -uivju. s
ftrHvinfl at Cincinnati
Expres. train leave. Hi. LoufS dally at TlllO P.
rrlvlna at Cincinnati at 9i:tl) A. 11.
For through tickets to all point. West and Bouth.
pleaee applv at the oBicee: Walnutfltreet Uous,
tween olxtn aud seven th-streeta; lNo. 1 tiurnet House
corner ottice: North-weet corner Front and 'Broad-
ray; npencer nouee uince, ana at toe vepot, corue-
ron ana mwi-iireeie. umuiDueea cau mr paeaen-
Cre. i ,m- . . i . .1' a f Liirt 1,
apio 1? r . . .. vice rreeiaen.
RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS
Cincinnati & Chicago
Cincinnati & Chicago RAILROADS.
("2.REAT THROUOH RpTJTB TO TH
v - nuniunBl run
Cl. LUU1D. .
liar aiaiiG, .
, OAtiSSUBO. O0INCY,
i m NLKII . , '.
TJira daBy through train, loava Bixth-atraet
wa,..!iiaxiiiur.a. iaa ire, n, ,.
Thrernch to Indianajaolin wlUlcrat
yuange oi (Vara,,,., .oia-jrl!
UJne Railroad Line; Kokorao, LoKanepnrt. Pern
all point on the Wabasb Vallo Bailnd.
ai tnainnapoiie ior jerre iiauie, oiaiioon. trtxum
t. Lonliand llUnnln pAntrnl RidlrnaH.
. At Lalayatte for DanvlUa, Tolono, Deeatnr.flnrinr
"eld, Napleii, QulnOT. and HannUnl aa4 Joaapb
auroaa. i . . ...
; Vbtoato ror Baxiioa. Kncha. HUwaTjkie,
St. Pani, prairie da Cbleu, Bock Iaiand
Tha A PJ Mi Traf mattea Alrvt MtiiSssHnn
uognnipor, wnn iogan-pori, reoriaana uurunirtoii
umncr, wuneoarg uatena ani
TWEXTY-FIVE MILES SHORTEB
... rr it , i mv AW nimvb aitt. i '-
, i'. .' i i. i Ji m H-.n
tOO MILES SHORTER
I I THAN VIA OHI6AOO.-
Fare as tow and Time as QulcS
' as oj anf oiner Kpnie. ' 1
Thl. la axclnalral. a Wara and Motfahiwliaaatw
Route, having aa h&vorabla arranaameuta with.
aecung nuaii a. any oiuer Dioiu
itte. Pk-ing through
Ignlyultlvated oouutry, w
vlllaoea It Dflara til natron.
m ore plMMMtnt aooom
mndatiun tor eatety, oomfurt at
&nd interest thani
otbT Route) tor the above named point. iSir l
b Tioketa or aur furihar litaidittoai
uxa and apply a
!. , :a ' I;. 11 M-.JI
WWainot-ftreet, between roortbaud nnh-atraata,
mmmt. uivtvn nuu't;
NorUj-ejt t-rper Front and Broadwar;
WfHt elde Vtna-atraet, bet wean Burtvet
Cincinnati, Haiuntf0 ,!&ftou P"?
J..,i iJ'C:1 L":' . 8upertntndant'i
v. u. oiunaun,'
exVOmnlbuiefl trill call Cor viAiiHnnimm hv
their naiaet at eUber of tbe TloLet omcea. .
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
.. . 'IJL.U "UJ l
SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
TVQ.CIIANGK OF CARS TO INDIANAP.
X OLlif. t which place It unite with railroad'
lurand (Ton) all point, in the Wast and North.
1HKEB PASBKNOKR TEAINU ...
teave CHnclnnt d)Jy frin th foot tf .Utr!
Otio A, l, imiuauu HAiu. Arrive as
i.p-iii e iui.7 a. u.t.uuioago at a r.
liSO A. M, Torre Haute aud I.arai
al UA1 A.
. HI. i
.'Ma Torre Haute aud Lafayette
arrMirstfndlantitvillaat :M P.M.
O f. 1H fJlJgAU4J AAl'ttlUMi.-f-ArrlTOSi
UiaDolisa tl(l:P. ChicaAtoat 7:111 A. M.
Riaeptn ja iiare ittacnea to an tngm-traini
this liae. and rua through ta Chicago'
chaiif" of cra.- vi f J : h
vBe sue yon are in ths right tlcket-pflloa
Iou purchase' your tinkt, aud asl ior tlcketa
(iwrjirburgand Indianaaolla. i i .m i
sure (ne spina, ana utm lOivr t4f tua wy njr
tun La. i,i
. Bii(rire checked thronATh. .Mi .i
1 TirSuTJOa T1CKKTS, good nntll wed, oanbaob
la in mi at the ticket omcea, at aobnoer ituuse
corner of Broadway and Front;
Suruet Uouae ornsr;ttt tha Waluuttreet
5 Eaat tbirdv.ueeU wid at Jeput Ortica,
aui,m a niui-eiree., wnera au
tiun rsn ba t.iul. . ' ' ' ' T T
o va niui.
Ibnstti run to aud froi
r MMHenuers at all hot
OiniilbnaVMa run to aud from atanh train, and
f all 'or pamengera at all hotels, and all parts of
rUy, bg Wivlug, aUreas at either ufttoa,
, Sa4dle; Triiiik arid ' Htvrnesa;,1
Kid aiiVpt sjutktfvntietl tnanuar.,T'Aio, a laras
rTuu1 Hotie Biauketa Whipat tux pert aud
i z fiii:.M a:, .rsr' -rvirai.-j'-i
I . HHfj
'T"S7 - ' ... -...it
' vtll . ...
laeeraeratea 181.-dirtei Ferpetaal.
OatlltiplUI Enltraed Half ft
; ... or Donarti .
IS ATI in IH'J.V anta-datinir all p
Innuranca oomranl'M aod ajc3nclt In ths lnaurano-t
bwlnma In thit city. Thirty-nr r-an coniUnt
duty br, wmblnivd with wlth, expnrlenca
ir.M emit llhawnHtr.sMincnnla.llv rornrntind tba Atl
nnuranc Onmpany to tba fevorabla aatmnaca of
ontarr ana awna. .n
ar f OiuoLonaU apdar-
Tttftrtof 18W. ...
Tbe laraMt toa mr nttalmd by any Intnrraac
company at ona nrm in Ubio waa by the Atnn, a
Obllliootha, April. IBM. and amonntf-d to$114,Ml VT,
' noatlr paUJ prior to thirty daya aftor tha Are.
iiOataa paia in iooinnJ..i aun.i a pan jvmwnt
Cash Capital, - $1,500,000!
' Absolute aad unimpaired, with a net .orpins or
mm -.:- I S14,143S7.
And th rasthra of forty-one ners' saecaas and a
perleooe. Invaatmenta of
Over $100,000 In Ohio Securities
rRB AKD IHtAMD NAYIGATTOIf.
k. acoftptad at tariu. con.i.u.nt with aolvaner
and fair protita. Especial attention given to Insur
ance or Dwelling and oontenta tor term. 01 one to
Application made te any duty Knthoriied Ment
firomptly Attended to. By strict attention to a legit.
mate Insurance bnslneea, this Oompnuy la enabled
to oftler both indemnity for the past and security for
th future! Policies latued without delay by
CARTER V IJND8EV, A sen t a.
, . No, 40 Maln-atreet, and Mo. 1TI Vlne-etre.
J. J HOOK Hit. Aaent. Tnlton. Uth Ward.
P. DUHIJ, Agent, Covington, Ky.
fclly 0. P. BUCHANAN, Newport, Ky.
National Insurance Company.
I CINCINNATI, OHIO.
OFFICB ftOJJTH-WEHT CORNER OF
MAID AND f aoNT-STKKTS.
Marine, Inland Transportation
' ! and Fire Bisks.
TAKEN AT CURRENT RATES.
! 1 TJlBKOTOMt
John VureviTna. U. M. 8mlth. Kofeart Moora.
wm. uiipworta, tnaa.
P. X. wredemar.Thos.
L. Huurai M. Focheimar.
Oar. B. W. Btnlttt,
B.Blm. Henry EHU.
i . Ms Aoaa.
Thoa. R. Blare.
JOHN KIIRrillTNK. Praaldnnt.
H. O. Uanan, Secretary.
noS-bfm P. A. SPBTOM AS, Surrayor.
City; Insurance Company
OF CINCINNATI. OHIO.,
Capital Btaeh. - tiaO.OOO OO
irire atnd SXasrine Xilaka
Taken at fklr raten.
Lome eqtiltably adj noted and
TjrnacroKS u. Banning,
Jnaeph 0. Butler, B. M.
nooroa, j. w. liononna,
daa. J. I). LstaiiMr.
E. 8. Halnea, Hi W. f mwbrldi
JOH 1). BtlTI.KR. PrulH.nL
If . RiowinDaoM. Secretary.
Wa. P. BTaarrow, flurvayor. - ! man-cat
Western Insuranoe Company
I OF CINCINNATI, ..
THE HKCOND BTORT
it-atroet, batwaea Ma., aad Broa.
paora. i .
This uonipany is taxing rira. Inland and alar In.
Bloka at current ratee of premium.
arfiatee lairiy aajuatea ana prompuy paia,
T. F. Kckert. ' F. Ball, , 8. W. Pomeroy,
Wm. Olonu, " w.ij. Whltcher, W. 0. Mann,
lunen, w. u. i onislocx, i, u. m. atone.
:lianan. C. li. Bhaw. . Geo. Stall.
Retb Evans, ' ' J. H. TaiiflV,
H. BrachmauB, J. Q. l.ban. '
Tho. B. Elliott,
T. r. EOK EST. Pnwld.nt.
SrxrHXM If ones, SeoreUry. no
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
be 1 1
" -paH m.T-w--m-frmr.k.T '.'mar T-
vj buLvmn Vln and tUce. Residence No. lot
West Bfv.nth..trM,t. liatwMiil Titi.and Race.
ncmr. toX A
lli to r.H.j 7toS f. M
1 "i J i
WILLIAM M. HUNTER,
, niji AUAt AIM A, .
J. TAFT, .
.il 1 1.
1 KSuooeeaor to Knowlton ATaft,)
'U I - SJIMCIWNATI.O. :
nJllL'S PATEKT. i
wl ... t t
Hiii .1 JX ewaasiS:
"-.aii,.! A " '
A, ... . ..
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- ! i
.TFA t t,f . 'I .-.:
lT7iMl. Ml Mil I ! .li. 1 - .
.1 .kOsi '
K HAIil. CARROLL at CO..
Now.' IS Una Wlsi1 ClnmbU-atrMC.
naora sauttfiKiion an any oinernow in uite.
wS offer reward of ONK THODBAND 10L
LA RS to aity parson that can. op to the present time,
show a single liwtanca wberein tbey have foiled ta
prMere iiicir gcnitAUia, .
With thin HAFE we ehaUenM all oomnetltlon.
belna the heat Eire Proof. Buralar Proof, or Fir
the heat Fire Proof.
and Burglar Proof now made; aud ara willing to test
with anr aetabllibmant in the Union, and the jpartf
it setabllahmant In the Union, and tbe pari
piling nrstto mrieit to tue otner tne sum oi i,ouu.
wa ara prepared to (UrnUh a bettor nala, and at leeg
ug Qrstto forfeit to ths other the sum of .,(KiO,
eeati than jauj oUiar ipaquictuafer la tUa United
.Bjnij-balna1 Ba&a of other makers also on hand.'
we resTpectraUT invite uie public tocaii and aajM
tna onr atock befora ptirchaeiug elsewhere. -
HALL. CARROLL & 00..
vaulj-ar ' I Mot. 16 and IT Kaat Oolnm b la - treat.
Tti Orial Wcitern Pafent Comblnod
Ji A..M prtTJO Un . MfaV
, 1 I ..rli..i i
WkllWOO' OR OOAL-THB MOHT
oonreiilaJiih conouilcal and durable Cooking -
mwe aver .invomea ior aieamooait, noteis, reaiau-
gnua unmii Ui )t7Tnvi UVUmcwt , mum iui wn
and bollltigrwater for wub ur bath roouia In
auanatUea, In auy ad'lulng auartuieat, by the
Wmm:iif V, AHHiNJl.lt7Mannfictnrer,
rnubk ixtarqiugana pnvau a-mae: ana tor cooking
. . Warayrooma U' A Walut-st.r
to tiif 1... it- 1.. OiuolMuaLl. Uhaa.
J Its' bkanohes.no. m bj
lurth-atra... Miwatin Stall: aud brcauora,
, luiiludla halaweav styles Ataala Book aaattp a
Ulirau'r ouiauta, nt . ,i- ... i ,1 . . . , ,
.va.riw r. i .l ,i.l iv , 1 nKOP"a
t- 1 tt j tt
I SM f M W9 WftU
ill nit oil tn I At ' "