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THE DAILY PRESS.
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THE PARTING OF ULYSSES AND
THE PARTING OF ULYSSES AND CALYPSO.
BY JOHN E. READY.
The fjiwer.wr.sth sh. held In her taint hand i
Jnhev-ded dropped upon the n-MnVn.eaiid,
r Tha dewr rosea, tree of her rutt love,
Sank there to di, pale nansies, and above,
The anemniie tinfjiled her line leaf,
Symbol and seal of an immortal grief f '
H ltn.lt and kissed ber folrte n-ean-ialed feet
PnhMMied; aha waa passive, all waa past,
Hha etond a woman there, forsook at la.t;
8he aaw, heard, felt not, tier's the agonr
Whnee pulse absorbs an immortality.
Hlowly the hero famed to her. and nintp
Inrltnlnir, in that feature gave farewell !
Tnanewered. ahe hut aaw him In hie Rrftve.
' Hstpped froraearthand floated on the ware;
An atom on the watery world, impelled
To seek the human form ao lona wlth-held
From hie deep bosom, that ataln would de-ell.
And minglowlth hie kind and unrcpiuatcd,
OKe way Ut passions petrified by re.r,
And ("Id again ht. wile to hl loved breast,
And ahara ennobling sorrows !
Interesting Paris Gossip.
A Pur is lettor writer ajs In b late lommn
Yon remember gome biogrnpraTS assert that
M'll d'Auhiguo (nrWBrd M'me de Mainte
nor ) was bora in the Island of Martinique ;
be tliia as it may, certain it is aba lived there
in 1636 a the chambermaid or governess or
housekeeper or rtral of Marie ilu Parquet,
the wife or mistress of the then French Gov
ernor of Martinique; 1 fay the wife of Louis
' the XIV, for sucn I believe historiiitis now
agree she was. Here are two uucrdotes I
mat with the other day, which confirms the
opinion: One day she "paid a visit to Vnl de
Grace Convent and Church, where Jioue but
Queens are allowed to enter. The Superior
said to her, "You know our usage, madam."
"Open the door. Sister I'' replied M'me de
Mamtenon. It was a rule of the old French
Court that nobody but the King could be
' placed upou the Queeu'a bed, let the ertwr-
gency be never so great. One day the Duchess
of Burgundy fainted away while visiting
; M'me de Maintenon, and could not be carried
' to her own rooms. M'me de Maintenon had
ber placed upon the sofa and would not let
her be placed upon the bed. What a strange
destiny wag hers I A. servant or mistress of a
colonial governor a governess wne ot the
freatest buffoon and most deformed man of
rauce (Scarron) wife of the proudest mon
arch that ever sat on any throne! Ask ro
mance tor any notion nan so strange r
There was a large cavalry review a few
days ago here. A decision of the Court of
Cassation that action tor libel will lie even
though the persons libeled be dead, has cre
ated a great deal of feeling in France. One
of the "papers wittily says, "Even crime re
corded in history is'nt three centuries old.''
The paper alludes to Louis Napoleon's per
jury, isn ttnatsnarpshootmgf Ther rencn
press has been ordered not to speak of Prince
Dolgourouki's work on the abuses and cor
ruption of the Russian Government Eng
laud alone can be abused. The papers con
tain a notice that Alexander Entile has ap
plied to the Government for permission to
aeeuuic luo ouiuauic una, uiu, no id n euu
of Mods. Etnile de Girardtn's wife, born be
fore marriage. Great fears are entertained
lest any of the correspondence between Na
poleon III and the late Grand Duchess of
Baden reach publicity, and measures hare
oeen tanen to prevent it. .Mipoieon in nas
a life of Caesar, a warm panegyric, in press.
Mont. Berry er had at hia table the other day
Mons. Thiers, the Bishop (Dup.inloup) of Or
leans, Mons. Mignet, Mons. Cousiu, Mons.
Villemain and M. de Montalembert.
A Woman Compliments Herself upon not
Being a Man.
A certain young lady of "respectable con
nections." says she is elad sh is not a man
Says she: "Yes, despite the advantage of
long leather boots, the bigbly estimated
privilege of voting, and the convenience of
oeing aoie to ny aown me street at the rule
of a mile a minute without occasioning re
mark, I still reiterate, I'm glad I'm not it
man, very glad, indeed. Men huve a great
deal To answer for. W hen I think ot the
weight upon the conscience of every one of
them, i aosolutely tremble. .Men do ull the
electing. Women have nothiug to do, thank
goodness I with placing persons of small
mind and no morals in office requiring grave
thought and perfect uprightness of principle.
Men take such offices without a thought of
rut thing but the salary or perquisites.
"Men Bit on juries in cades of lite and death,
and half the time without any evidence to
speak of, decide, because they must d ?cido,
or remain iu durance, that the poor wretch
is guilty. Another man (oh! horrible, shame
fulabrogation of the powers of the Deity!)
pronounces upon his fellow niua seutence of
death. Other men build for him a scaffold,
and another something in the likeness of a
man, murders him in the presence of men
who countenance the act. 1 am a woman,
only a woman, unlearned in the laws or
. ethics, but I here declare that it is my earn
est, solemn opinion, that be who assists in
the condemnation of a fellow man to death,
whether Judge, Jury, or Sheriff, will find
, his name written in the book of judgment
beside that of the man whom he sent before
his time into eternity, i M ould not be a
man with that terrible weight upon my con
science for all the world could give."
Intersecting News from China.
The Hong-Kong CkronicU observes:
The principal portion of the English expe
ditionary force has arrived. Report speuks
favorably of their high stale of discipline and
general good health; those under euurus on
the CowToon Peninsula, opposite Hong Kong,
are in the enjoyment of excellent health; this
may be reasonably enough attributed to the
colder temperature which prevails there dur
ing the hot months, the greater exposure to
the sea breeze, and the absence of all those
contaminating influences which a too close
proximity to the town invariably offers.
The French contingent is arriving daily,
and, we believe, will soon be complete.
Transports and steamers hare been taken up
to a considerable extent by both Governments, '
and probably next month will see the entire
remaining part of the expedition depart for
the North, where a portion has already as
sembled.' It is generally supposed that war
will not interrupt trade at the different ports,
and that amicable relations may be preserved;
bat considerable anxiety must prevail in the
. minds of Europeans; the lessons we have
received should convince us the Chinese cau
uut be depended on. The progress of the
rebels, who exhibited protnpitude in all their
movement, has been arrested; the Imperial
ist! have gained some success against them,
and as these outbreaks were isolated, and not
having any well-appointed organization, they
must, no doubt, be easily suppressed.
.t ' ' aaw i ' - - x
Diadlt EtrootmTBR BiTwsgg a Sat and a
Blaok-bnakb. An .Eastern traveler says:
"I bad an illustration of the enmity existing
between rats and snakes, many years after
ward, in Syriav I had eat on kite reading a
file of the Timet newspaper; the servant had
all been In bed for hours, and when I with
drew to my own, it wanted only a few hours
to daylight. As I closed my bedroom door,
I was startled by a tussling under tho chest
if drawer! ckwe by, and the next mutant a
rat darted out. followed by a huge black
snake, uiiti these two set to work fighting
right against the door, iu my alai ui I upset
the chair ou whiuh I had placed the candle,
aud found myself at once in utter darkness,
locked in with a make and a ferocious rat.
To jump upon my bed was the work of an in
stant, and loudly did I bellow for assistance
out of :the window. - i might as well have
called to the winds to aid cue. I had neither
match nor weapon of defense save a bolster,
and (he room was so dark that I could not
distinguish my.oirn hand, though held close
before niy.nosej When the souiHe ceased, I
expected every instant' tq .feel the horrid,
clammy make wasting UseJf round my legs,
uodiu that unenviable anticipation ! remained
three long hour!, till broad daylight relieved:
me of my fears, audi found both combatant!'
dead balota 4ia floor," ? ",',',;,'
. ..... t.M-i -'.naWil ii'i ' iJe. t.i".'
DattiKiMNKii A Kvctrsr roar" Caf uiu
Dutton, who rrUdied.LUe Muauatiae t'owa)
Bank, of which he waa cashjer, out 0 $30,.
000, ha been sv-qcitted by a jury, on the
ground that he was dnenwa Xf. tile habitual
e Of tutoxicetiu driuki, a. " r.. -u
H luM tt ."! HH IIS. 1 I 1 "5
Intersecting News from China. Sketch of the Wife of John Adams.
In a few weeks the proclamation reached
the Colonies at several porta. Abigail Smith,
the wife of John Adams, was at the time iu.
their home near the foot of Penn Hilt,
.charged with the sole rare of their little
brood of children; managing their farm;
keeping house with frugality, thongh open
ing her doors to the houseless, and giving
with a good Will a part of her . cant partiou
to the poor, seeking work for her own hands,
and ever busily occupied, now at the spinning-wheel,
now making amends for never
having been sent to school by learning
French, though with the aid of books alone.
Since the departure of her husband for Con
gress, the arrow of death sped near by
her by day, and the pestilence that walks in
darkness had entered her humble mansion;
she herself waa still weak after a violent ill
ness; her honse was an hospital in every part;
and such Was the distress of the neighbor
hood, she could hardly find a well person to
assist in looking after the sick. Her youngest
son had been rescued from the grave by her
nursing; her own mother had been taken
away, and, after the austere manner of her
foremthersi buried without prayer.
Woe followed woe, and one affliction trod
on the heels of another. Winter wae hurry
ing on; during the day family affairs took off
her attention, but her long evenings, broken
by the sound of the storm on the ocean, or
the enemy's artillery at Boston, were lone
some and melancholy. Ever in the silent
night ruminating on the love and tenderness
of her departed parent, she needed the con
solation of her husband's presence; but when,
in November, she read the King's proclama
tion, Bhe willingly gave up her nearest frien 1
exclusively to nis perilous duties, and uent
him her cheering message: "This intelligence
will make a plain path for you, though a
dangerous one ; I could not join to-day in the
petitious of our worthy pastor for a reconcili
ation between our no longer parent State, but
tyrant State, and these Colonies. Let us sepa
rate ; they are unworthy to be our brethren.
Let us renounce them; and, instead of suppli
cations, as formerly, for their prosperity and
happiness, let us beseech the Almighty to
blast their counsels, and bring to nought all
A Bl'himsm R.kjuirins Little Character.
A poor Irishman who applied for a license to
sell ardent spirits in one of the provincial
towns in England, being questioned by the
Board of Excise as to his moral fitness for the
trust, replied: "Och, an' it's there you are;
sure an' its not much of a character a man
needs for to sell whisky."
A German Wxddrd to a Nxoress. A
young German was married to a negro wo
man in Akron-j in this State, last week. The
happy groom is scarcely eighteen years old,
the lovely bride is considerably older, and is
a daughter of Rev. J. H. Brooks.
GROVER & BAKER'S
Family and Plantation Sewing.
1MIOM THIS VERY FLATTKIUNG
umunor in which our Machine, liavo boon ro
wived hy tho public, rvRultiiig iu the nalo of up
Wa art led to bellevo that our endeavor to manufao
turn a reliable Machine have bwn appreciated. We
take thin opportunity to remark that tiiii policy will
nnuUn unchanjrerl, and that every Machine sold by
iu we h ho 1 1 not b'taitate to warrant la ovary respect
The tj rover A Baker Family Hoc hi lie haa one ad
vantage which U worthy of ttpecial uttention, iu ad
Uitiou to tho beauty, strength and ehiMicity of the
ftilch, aud that in, its adaptation to either . . ,
Light, Medium or Heavy Fabric, ;
Rendering it. for Family Work, superior to auf other
Alaculne In the market.
Machiuuaof every pattern constantly on exhibi
tion, for the convenience of nni-cliKHMrai. Ynniiu I.d.
dies, experienced in the one of them, and courteoua
iu meir mannera, are oonnraniiy ou liana to receive
lady vi si tom or purcbaeere. .
W-HEND FOB A CIRCULAR.
GROVKR Ac BAKKlli
SEWING MACHINE CO.,
fi8 WEST FOURTH-STREET
ADAMS, PECKOVER & CO.
Have reutoved the Saloa-rooiu of the
ALLIGATOR COAL COOKIXG STOVE
; iPront Ho. 333 roartb, to tbair atm Htm,
H. V. fORMEK OF FIFTH AMD ELM.
N. B. Orclara now re.aivad at our naw
Corner of Front aud Oentral-ar., or at our
A. C. PAltltY, '
lin-plate and Sheet-Iron Worket
. Ilaa removed to
AGENT FORHTEWART'S AIK-TUSIIT
bummer and W inter Cookiniz-etove. Aluo agent
t Carter'! Filtering Hydrant, where H may be leev
In operation. .. .
Jobbing done with prompttiwM ami dispatch,
UA8 BCBNINU, BBOKK-(,'ONUM1NU
COAL COOKING STOVE
' FOUit SIZES.
' aWWarraolad ts ; att.taHlun-wa : '
mkHVWAVTVUtO AMD FOB KALK BY '
CAMPBELL, ELLISON & CO ,
j..tf ' ' OINCINNArl, OU10.
Uanks's Bell and Brass Foandry.
MIL, E8 WOKKS, ff.morlr Oaorm t. Hanka,) No.
1-0 al Bocud-alrool, (;iDolnuail. '
RE LIrt K K PT 1 0.N ST A NT L V ON H A N D
or made toordnr, of auy .Im op u s.oiio youniU9
anl la chlmna aa wanted. Kvry Tarietj of Braal
Workaiwt Braaa and Com poalt Inn Oaatlnaa mada to
ordar. Alao ob baud. Babbitt Mutel and SfMlUr aul
der, and (Tary aeat-rlption of JTlulabed Braaa Work.
t' ' ' . IRON PIPB AND , TXNUS. ,,
partlrolar altantlon ln to tstaamboat Work, awik
aa WriiiKht-lnn l luiujt and Fillini;. put up, BUaaa
and wlr Uauam, MbUllo Packlns, Whlitlea,
BLmxaa, kulua Ball, Ac. Laaar-tMar Oooka od
aUtitlar TarlotiM alwaVa uu haoil.
rfNOLOKFp 1NKM.-WK AHE NOW UK.
(;lIVINaalarHnaoiDlr of Colored Tuk.. anlt-
WfrJSnr'aaa tUm trintliir. 1. ' S ..-l!
Miiw it-i i-'C :.'M'T-4
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SEVEN CENTS PER WEEK!
Three Dollars and a Half a Tear
V1NK-M'., BSTWIRM Till ft D AND FOURTH
OPP. THE CimTOM-HOUNK.
The Propi-Wore vf tbe OattT Pkkm offer to the
ubllo complete newspaper, Into which more mat
ter la coudenaed than la contained In tome dailies of
much greater pretcnnloni In eiie, and which they
furnlnh at a price that brings It within the reach of
every man and woman In Cincinnati, who are able to
"We auk ft fair conipurtaon of tho Piwi with the
other papers of thli city or of any other city, ami the
Judgment of oar reader whether we do not furnish
a paper equally attractlre at one half, or Ion than
half the cost of the other Cincinnati dailies.
Thi Dailt PbesSi since It came under the preeent
management, has Increased rapidly In circulation,
and has now probably as largo a circulation within
the city of Cincinnati aa any other Journal, and la In
creasing t a rate equal to the moet snug nine eipec
tatioos of lta proprietors.
Vmm its large circulation, and from Its sic which
makes adTertlsements much more conspicuous than
they can be In the large papers, Til PaiLf Paxas .
offeiti the most raluable adTertislng medium In this I
city. Its adTertlatng business has largely Increased, I
and its columns are a respectable exhibit of the buul
neen and enterprise of the city. Its columns are es
pecially looked to for a large class of adTertlsements ol
"Wauts" and "For Bale," and for servaute, etc.,
which almost Invariably bring prompt answers.
People who am out of employment, or who want
help of any kind, can place their needs before thou
xauds of tho laboring or employing classes by a tweu-tyave-cent
advertisement In Tun Dailt Pbess.
Tuk Dailt Pkkm has also a larger circulation in
Covington and Newport than the aggregate of all the
other Cincinnati papers.
Business men in Cincinnati can lu noway Increase
their business so easily aud certainly as by advert ic
ing In this paper.
Itotite can be easily established for the Da. in
Paeas lu any of the towns within a day's dis
tance of Cincinnati by railroad and carriers will And
that little energy and labor will build up route
which will be raluable to them; and the great num
ber of a one-cent paper that can be distributed iu al
moat any town, will furnish a handsome income to the
We are ready to make arrangements for routes In
towns not yet occupied, with persons who can furnish
at In factory assurances of character and responsi-
INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS
DIVOTSl) TO !
Foreign and Domestic Naw, Liter
tore, Scienc, The Art, Com- :
merce, AgTionttnre, M-
., . ehanlci, Education,
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IB PUBLI8HBI) ' ,
CimiMENCING APRII, II,
OFFICE OF THK DAILY PRKSH,
Vine-st., opp. Custom House.
CINCINNATI, O. ,
H. REED & CO.,
One Dollar a Year,
To ancouraifa th. fbrroatloo of Club. TWKLVC
fAI'KBsl wtll bsaant tttona addraai kit MINI DOJ.
h ABa, .ad f rskUsr numboi Id that ratio.
Til. Wnul fttM will b. Mmplat. JTamllr
Journal, aeeoud hi tha aiarlt u4 tarhtjr ot H. run
tonta, to 110 paper la the country. Thli, aud tba low
prlca at which l offered, eapaclall; to cluba, la ax.
wted to stn It a Largs elroulatlaa), both Morib aud
OHIO WHITE SLLPIilR SPRIXGS!
' Delaware Ooxmty, Ohio, ; u
OPEN TO VISITORS SEEKING HEALTH OR PLEASURE
rSOM 1UNB TO OOtOBEB. '
TirKETS FOR TITR ItOUND TEIT,
S, par Llttla Miami H.ilrci and Cincinnati,
lUmllU'. and PtytuD Uailroul, at i30 A. M.i tl
Hprlugfluld to Whin. Birlptaur HI alun.
YU-k iU ()r tha Hound T. lp, $, per 1,1111a MUml
Bailioad, at i30 and 10 A H and 11 P. at., aud
pur C'lnciimati. llamiitou ana! Dayton Jtailiuad, .4
7i30 A. M., rla Columhna to LawU Cantar.
Jrgr room, or othar iufornutlo., aMraaa
, hl :. . ii A. WI1MN, JH :
. VTklta KulpUnr Poatonlu, '
, riuit-U miawara Cuuatr, Ohio,
tiiuSk. -. fnMlL; Mom raaJy. Aat iits WMKied. .
. ? " II II A 1 T i L Ulj A r, i
I itM-sj wiWssfyiKVU-C.,ipsliUrs.i-
i riii ,
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NEW STYLE :
The atlenltou of families Is now for the flret llms
publicly akd by tha manufacturers to thMr nen
They have submitted It te trial and the critical
jutlgmont of the boat mechanics and experts, by all
of whom it has been conceded to be one of the
BEST MACULES L THE MARKET !
This Machine is now put before tha public on IU
own merits, and will be found equal to tha most ex
penslTB machlnea, In all the following particulars,
and in soma respects altogether superior :
1. In simplicity of construction and action
3. In durability and non-liability to get ont of
a. In tba quality and amount of work which it
will do In a given time ;
4. In ths facility with which It will work on all
klnda of fabrics, from tho coarsest to tho finest
cloths and textures ; ,
6. In the ease with which one can learn to use It
6. While with cheapuees, combined with excel
.unco, and in the aaae with which It runs, It ts with
uut a parallel ;
'.Cotton, silk and linen can be mted from ths
i'ereons la want of Jttachiaes are respectfully In
Tlted to call and examine ours before purchasing
gents, traveling and local, are wanted to sell this
machine throughout the United States.
W. E. ERmN & CO.,
COB. FOURTH AND WALNUT,
UI.3I CINOINNATI, OHIO.
rp-mmi 1-i-t hot tin
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
No a. 15 and 17 Eaat Columbia-street.
THE MOST KKLlABTiE FIRB AND
bUK(iLAU PROOF BAFES. Thoy Imve givot
more eatlfifactfon than any other now In uso.
We otler a reword of ONM THOUSAND DOIj.
LA Kb to any ponton that can, up to the prevent time,
show a single Instance whereto they have LUlud U
preserve thir content!.
With thli HAFE we challenge all competition, at
being the beat Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to tnst
with any eHtablinhment In the Union, and the part)
tailing tlrrtt to forfeit to the other the Bum of $2,0o0.
We are prepared to furnish a better Bute, and at Irei
cost, than any other tuauulacturer in tha United
Hvcond-brtml Hafte of other makers alao ou band.
We respectfully invite the public to cull aud uuu
Ine our itock before purcbaafug elewheru.
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
.nll-af Noa. 16 and 17 Eaat Colnniblaitraat.
X. IV. CI-i.IXIi,
(VCCKsaOlTOMTBUAOO.,) ' . ,j !
MANUFACTURER I WHOLESALE DEALER
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES, !
NO. 40 WAIN.STREBT, CINCINNATI, O,
T. WEBB, JR.,
f AM HEt'EIVINQ DAIIi
Alii Y. BT EXJ
StVllM of BOW NETS, KlBF
PBKB8. the verr newuet
BOMS, r SKNGU AaTiriOlAL
Hath, Kuhheh. Cbapss, Blond Lacks, Htbaw 'iai
MINOS, llONNKT ITllAMlaSaud JttlLLIMKKV UoOUS,
, Wholasalo and Ketftilf , r
NO. 154 rirTrt-tlTBlCKT.
The Great Western Patent Combined
WnOUGHT-IRON I .
fTHIR WOOD OH C O A I,-TII E MOST
JSV cunvnlflnt. ecAiuniiiml mini Alnnthlt. !rt..Lrini
Btove ever invented lor eteaiubuatM, boiels, retttaa
ranttt, boarding and private hum ; and for cooking
aud loiling water for wauli or bath rooma In laiua
Ire. (I. f, BAfiUINGEfi; ManutWuror,
Ware-rooms ii'J'i Walntit-Ht.-jgU-ay
' ' Cincinnati, Ohio.
Worn e tiling New!
THE EHO VAPOR ,
PORTABLE COOK-STOVE !
IJ13INO NEITHER WOOD, COAICHAR.
No Smoke, No Dirt, No Heat!
v HWQufoiiiooo iu. .pni-awr. xna dmi .u. monf
economical H ii iu mar arrauA-einant ex tnt. In arao
lea) ouemll .n ovarj day, at 11 A. At., . H WMt
II.' P. EL.IAS'8 '
Watch & Jewelry House,
16 West Fourth-street,
lVI'KHB CAN BB HAD EVERY ARTU
T Cl.K apiHil-taluIng to tfi. bu.luHaa,.t aunicb
laaa Brlca, for OAOU, tunn baa ever before (wen offen-d
m tliia market, !,, ,. (' ii . .., j
.- UlVft V A CA LI.,' uiul
AnJ. I . . .
Devoted Solely' to Fire' Inraranoe.
CASH OAPIT Ala AND SCHPLOS,
B. 1 LOOiMIM, Prealrt.nt. '' ' '
II. KKI.LOGtt, eerrot.ry.
Tbla well-known and reliable Corporation eontln.
nea, at lta Agency in thla city, to inane PoMrleeeeralnHt
loaa or danuute by Fire, on nearly .r.ry deacription
of peraonal property, .t current rate . ,
Losses Paid . at thin' Agency.
J. J. BERN!, City Agent, 33 Weet Third-It.
J. B. Xmtl, Rolicltor. '
JOK M. KENNEDY, Agent, Covington.
Branch Offloe Phcenlx Insurance Co.,
33 Wont Tblrd-atreet, Cincinnati, Ohio,
lf Affonta appointed, Loaae, adinated ar.d paid,
('orreapondenre promptly attended to. Inaarance
Ulank. fnrni.hrn Afi-nnu. nd the btMlneiia of the
Company in the Weetern, North-we.tern and South
wetitorn Btate. and Territoriea under tlje auperviilon
and management of
. II. U. & H M. MAOn.Ia
j.37-cm (JENHHAL AOKNTB.
Iaeorvorsued 1819. Charier Ferwtval.
Cash Capital Enlarged Half Million
. of Doll art!
AOKNCY KXTATILtSHED IN
m. NATl in IH'fH, anU-dntinir all preHent local
iiiHurauoe cotnpauit'N and aRooolea In the insurance
lHie.iiit-e In thin city. Thirty. Bve yeare oouittant
duly hem, romhlnrd with wciilth, experinnce, entr
frino and llbernlitr, en pec i ally commend the 4tua
uniiruiico Company to the lavorable patronage ol
this community BtandJriff solitary and alone, the
solo Miirvivor aud living pioneer of Oiuuinnati under
writer of Wtt.
The largest Ions erer tnintnfnrd by any twrarano
rompany mi onv Hre In Ohio waa by the jVtna, at
Chillicuthe, April. and amounted tofU4,Wl 07,
moiitly palu prior to thirty dnys after the lira.
Losses paid in Cincinnati during the past six years,
Cash Capital, - - $1,500,000!
Absolute and unimpaired, with a net surplus of
And ths prestige of forty-one years success and as
perlence. Investments ol'
Over 1100,000 In Ohio Securities
"IKH AND INLAND NAVIGATION.
Kfaka accented at terma consistent with aolTency
and fair pronta. Especial attention giren to Inaur.
ance of Dwellinga and content for terms of on. to
Application made to any duly authorised agent
firomptly attended to. By strict attention to a lefrft.
mate Inswranco business, thia Company fa enabled
to oner both Indemnity for the past and security fui
the future. Policies issued without delay by .
CARTER At LINUSEY, Agent.,
No. II) Main-street, and No. 171 Vine-street.
.1. J. HOOKEK, Agent, Fulton, 17th Ward
P. RU.SII, Agent, Covlngtou, Kt.
fell-ay O. P. BUCHANAN, Newport, Ky,
National Insurance Company,
OKI'H'K SOI'TH-WEMT COBNEH OB
MAIN AND rKONT-STKEETH. ,
Marine, Inland Transportation
and Fire Bisks.
. ' TAKEN AT CURRENT RATES. '
DIRECTORS: ' '
John Burgoyne, E. M. tsmitb, Robert Moore,
Win. llepworth, Chaa. L. tdoora, M. Fecheiraer. '
F. X. Wiedcuier, Thoa. Ong. 8. W. Smith,
i. Ij. Rosa, Tims. R. lllggs, Henry Cilia. '
JOHN BUKfJUtNK, rreeiuent.
R. 0. Uairu, Becrotary.
po8-hfhi P. A.HPBIQMAN, Bnrreyor.
OF CINCINNATI. OHIO., 1 i
XO. PUBLIC I,ANDINO, BF.TWEKN
MAIN AND bKC'AslUKJi.-aUtalll.Ued IM.
Gatvltal 8tock.- ..4ia0,00 00
Fire and' Marine Ritiki, . - '
Taken at fair rates. Losees .quftably adjusted aiifi
t promptly paid. ' , (
Directou T. Banning, Joseph O. Butler, K. M
Bishop, T. J. Weaver, W.B. Muoree, J. W. Donobne,
I. H. llafnea, a. W. Trowbrldiie, J. D. Lehmer.
- , JOS. I). BUTLER, President,
w. H. Richabdson, Secretary., , . . . i
Wat, P. Htbatton, tfurreyor. ' ma32-cm :
Western Insurance Company
t. .-. (.' OF CINCINNATI, " ,
OFFICE IN THE SECOND STORY
No. i Ji rout-street, between Main aud Byoa-
Thls Company Is taking Fire, Inland and Huln
Btska at current ratea of premium. '
, liusaoa fairly adjusted and promptly paid. l '
. DlhEOTOKBl " . i
T. Y, E.-kert, F. BuU. 8. W. Pomercr,
Wm. Oleun, W. O. Whftchor, W. O. Hauu, !
Rout. Mitchell, W. U. Conietock, I,. O. E. Htona, i
Kolit. Buohan.u, V. U. Muaw, . , , . Oeo.elall. . .
Wm. S-Uaw, Seth Evans, J. II. Taalfe, . :
David fiitwon, 11. Uracbtnann, J. U. l.bani. ' '
II. Clearwater, TUos. B. Elliott. :
T. F. EUKtKT, President. 1
Btiphem Mobhx, fiecretury. noS '
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
v . .O. K. JVEWTOiV, Me D.,' "
OFFICE NO! 90 WEST 8ETENTH-8T.
between Vine aud Race. Residence No. ttP4
West Beveuth-atreet, betwaeu Vlnaand Kaca. - Urtic
hours 7.S to B), A. M.; l'j to j P. M. 7 to P. M.
WILL.IAM M. HUNTER,
i. J. TAFT,
Hneeesarto Knowlton k Tad,) 1
JL 33 IV X I H rJ7 ,
WP" CINCINNATI. O.
CINCINNATI FUEL COMPANY,
z:t voAi-nm moment
'-Asnj-e' .'"I riVfiI?ftV
i - i Pirflrered at the lowest market ratef.", V j
eVOrdera aollclted and pnimptfy executed.
ma7-ay W. M. HUBUKI.L, MecreUry.
B. KITTREDCVB , 0 O.,
134 MAINST., Clff., O. . !"
KITTREDGE gt FOr.SOM,
, 03 Ht. Churl.-.!., N.w Orleauus, J,su ,. .
Oun nd Hportias AppsarAtroat,
AMD PMALKEB IW atlNPOWDKm I i
InjALIi' tTS IlrlANCHlW, NO ''ft EAST
FourUl-Mreet, bmwoei, alal. aud Hywuiore, llto
Rbiud Ing In every stfle. Vusie Hooka uat)v am)
,. .. ' hU..:ji ,..' (IU ..itflw! I'll
: jCLrch Bridges i -
AND C0RRF6 ATED IRON ROOFS,
(ARCHED AND FLAT,)
4ke An rnEAP a woon, and ocr
raanntactory la capable of snpplyiug any de
slze painted and ready for ahlpment, with filU ln
strumous f"i applying them. .
ieave oraereai fjr west inirn nr.
Jeie-ayfaw AI08EI.T V CO.
HOUSE FOR RENT?
,r ; ADVERTISE IN THE
lllll l PRESS!
PHEPARED GLUE I
A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE.
Hiive tlio Pieces !
UHKFIfl IN EVERY If 0 17 H E FOR
mondlug Furniture, Toys, Crockery, tilasewere,
Wholeaale Denot. No. 4R Cpitar.stmet. ftaw Tork.
Addreaa HENKT C. 8PALDINU A 00.,
Box No. S.WIO, ntw York.
Put nn for Dealer. In cases containing four, niirlit.
and twelve dozen a beautiful Lithoaraah Hhow.
card accompanying each package. deal-ay
ADVERTISE IN THE
BZJG-GrS cfty 8MITH,
N. t West Fourth-etr.et, '
AK K NOW RECEIVINU ADDITIONS TO
their laree assortment ot Wiitohe.. Jew.lrv.
Hilverware and Dlamonda.
ALSO A fine assortment of Plated Tea Beta and
buttery anu vpera-gi;
19 WEST FOURTH-STREET.
HAMIIBL O. WINUHE8TRR, Cutter. .pZO-ay
Dr. Evans's Toothache Drops.
fkR. EVANS'S TOOTHACHE DROPS,
-st-a- preparea trom me rocipe or the celebrated
American Dcutist 111 Paris. For sale br
alhkkt uot8, Druggist,
Honth-west corner Central -avenue and Eighth.
W. W. WINDER,
Third-itreet, near Race.
HOUSE and SIGN PAINTER,
I jravuw j
Io You Want
A H O U SE?
ADVERTISE IN THE
LANE . BODLEY, .
, I . , HAWOfACUEEM Or '-
. AND CIRCULAR BAW-tMILLS.
Oonur p Jehu and Wtittr-Hrttt; OincmnoU, Ohio.
BCUOVCD fUOM. 06 WEST tUXTH-BlBKIT.
1f 1N.1 LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW.
UM. KLBI aud. allluda of Murcbaudiae, at le.
rate, of iuterest. at flu, 173 Vlne-atreet, betwew
Fourth .od Vfrtfi. , ,
, X. & B.; BRUCE,
, . Ikclurer. M . , ,
1VK AUBDVILttING AND HIT A LI
T kep ou Uaud a-iupply of BAIL
kOADiR8aui1 OMNJUUiSES, which w will wax
lntquAl in ityle, flnlih rid ilDrabflitf. ftad t M
low pucb, at ny mtkdt i u the couotir.
OfB co corner of Thin! aud ViiHv-tHroeU. tU-tf
Pure Catawba Wine, ;
1f ANIFAC7nif EDBV JOHN B. 8TAE
BLhlt. of Millcr.;tk TowiiHhip. ad not ex
oelled hy wiy article lu the mtirkot. Fur sule in aii?
QiULiHityby ALOfUHT HOHH, liriuufist,
Bouth-woat oofnjr Vuti Al-runue luidiitfhtta,
"' ! rmy27 -
DIrtJPyjRK T I AST "TH CUAHT
tton at Pleasnre, or PreTftittag it, accord iug tu tha
Mviuticv uawi ui xihiuio. 4DO60 w"H uti.
dvou, aud thoae mot with Lug thaui, will Aud thia book
to iniidt thftlr wIhIim xiiu-tlv fn n.niina to nu
Purfoctly healthy in all retjtreotti. Kont to auy part
uf tha Omud tiUten on jactstjtt of fi. T
Dr. CALVIN iu alao Afuot &r Uadaiua Do Crulxa
mttniniy ruu. i neae riiu ai iiiYuiitablc in
ObattAiCted oiansea. Lad lea ahould not urn them
VIU'.IUUBVI, VUIU. UI VMII mt- WIU
itreot, batwaen Fifth and BiKth.
AlMTHOT.OUY.-JWAnAWB BELT, HV.
aFEOL'i ULLY uuounoea that alio Co in trance
butUtiuna aaiu, at id ru b fuuud mi liar ruailiol
No. 47.0U tha WtHt Hi do ot Juuea-Htruat. betwiM'U
11111 und Cattrand tlmrty and Wade, where the
rutollii paat.ar went aud liitum aveuta by plamtta,
pahuiittry, ar py urd. to nil theme who may wiib
to ooiiBuu hur on tho luck ul buNineaa, or auy under
taJciUtt. jouruaya, lawautta, luvj, matrimony, lot
Uttjr ticiUfU. utrfeot aatiflfootioti will ba 1en.
Hours from 0 A. M, to 9 P. M. Prlcaalow.. Vlttaen
omta for runninc tha leitera on tha name. ' jSt- am
. 1(JA L WlYbl(JlAN.ltadiue KLLI H IT! Ki
R1N1A ELIXJK uuvar titiU La t urn ull biiM.Af hi..
or tha lTtrui, tha Kduoya, ivariua, Bladdur
4ud Uratlira, Prolapnui (fhlllng) Ulorle, Jnilainiua.
lion aud IMcuratiou uf Ilia Womb. ht. nnttatp r,r i.a
.ong nUudiug, jwai4auUr cuiad bx tha vmm of tha
Madame refora with plemnra to tha followiux card
of una of tua hank driurgiaU to tha City t . ; iT
" W tha uaderalxaed. are not lu tha habit of v
Ing our uaiua to Patent M&diclmw; but kuowinK well
tlia Lady Phyeioiau, and the medicine culled tha
tUtarlue KlUir, we cbaarfully raoomweud it to all i.
male lullering front ruiuala Diwaaoa of auy kiud; it
H. o. Tor aale at tha principal offlc. l 44 Weal
SlKth-at.. batweun Bficeand Klin; KDWARO SUAN
LAN 4 tJy., oeruar . of tttain wid fourth-eta: ; F. l,
HILL, coriiur ol Iiafja aud Kifth-au. ; aud drug
ghtu geuorully throng hrn.t tlio city and country.
Price, ONifi DOLLAH PEH B0TTi-;
MlailkVlMU ELLlri hajl re Lit I-IUU. fr,n tiia Mmiih
can be fuauU al. , har -thc, 144 VYa tU&thVt.. aa
RAILROADS. LITTLE MIAMI
COLUMBUS AND XENIA
-AND-CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON.
ON AND AFTKfl. MONDAT, ItNB m
I860, Traliir. will depart aaf.dlowat . tL
t A. M v.
AI'nHMK-jrun vinciunaTi. um 1
tmi Dopot For Hamilton. Hiahmon
iiinn ana IN
Inttianapolli, Lofranspcrt. Dayton. Ao.
YtllO A. M. fcXPREHH-Krfm LIHle M
Ppot, aud from Uiuclnnnti. Hamilton and Da
buia: alao for Hniinffflolrj and ltlawB.rn.
.ia a iu I'VnifL-uu i.'
LTpottonnerta va Coluuibutt and LiTflmnd II
CWumbua. Crofitllna and Pittilmrgi Tta Uolui 1
HteuhenTllle and Plttabnrr: via Colnmbui. B M -
and Kenwood: ettd via Corumbua. Bttair and I 9 m
Hamilton and j6aytn Dipot Alto connects at L A ' 1
ton for BprlnetVltl, Urbanaand sHandutiky; and wiinba
Eayton and ilichigan Uoad for Troy, Fiona, tiidnc..., ''
ima.Fort Wayua and Cbicago. Alao. fcciul , Vf
Petroit and all point in Oanada. i
8 A. M. From Cincinnati, Haroftton and I' )
ton iepot Accommodation rr tinrntiton ana w
Btatioua: connart at Hamilton tor Oxtotd, Ac.
10 A.M. JBXPH KHS-From Little Miami P
pot Connacta Via Columhna and Belalr and JJn
wood; via (Joluuibm, Bolalr and Ptttibtirg; ti
Columbus. Oreatlina and PilUburg. and rla Oolum
bun and Clercland.
MO P. IM. BXPH ESH-rrom Cincliinntl.
Hatnitton and lta? ton DnDot Knr Davtnn. Stirlnu-
Id, Urbaua, Ballefbntalna and Kenton; also at
uayioa iot uoiurouua; connacia via jiiimuiou lur
aUichmond, IndtanApolli, and all point! Wpst.
3i5 P. M. tVrc.m riticlonati. Hum. Hon and
Daytun Depot For Hamilton and ail Way BLatioim,
coiiufcta at Hamilton for Oxford, Ac,
A. V. nw. k mm r.ltt.lH Miami I.innt-Arfommfi.
dation for Coliimhua. atopping at all Way Station! ;
alia fur Hprlnjrdpld.
M P. M. From Llttla Miami flnrrnt Accommo
dation for Xfnla, tftniping at Way Htationa.
u r. m. fj A fit r rom uincinuaii, nam-
lltou and Dayton Do pot For Troy, Plqua, Sidney.
Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago: alio for Toledo,
Sotroit and all polnta in Canada; connects vie
nmflton for Htrhmond, LosranHport, Ao
ij. r. m EAt Kii""""' rra ijiriie niami e
tt Connects Tia ColumbunHtenbeiivflle and Pitts-
ore: rla OoltimbuN. Crcatlino and Plttahnrtr : via '
Columbua and Cleveland, via Columbun, Pelalrand
Ben wood; and via Coluiubna, Bolalr aud Pittsburg.
SLEKPINO-CABS ON THIS TRAIN.
For all information and Thronah Tickets ntrMun
apply at the Offices. aoutheaat coruer of Front and
Broadway; west aide of Vine-street, between tha
Poetotnce and tha Bnrnet Honse: no. 1 Burnet
Houaa; No. $ Kaat Third-street : Sixth -street De
pot, and at the Eaat Front-etroet Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which li seTen mln
ntes faater than Cinclunati time.
V. w, dTKADKH, Ueneral Ticket Agent.
Ornnlhuaoa oall for tumAaMnarnni hr iMvinit dirtrrtiona
COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
TBBOUOB WITHOUT CHANQS Of C ARB.
mVO DAILY TRAINS FOR TIN
M. CKNNE8, Cairo and tit. Louis at 4i5 A. If
ana aiiia r. ax.
rnroe aany iraini mr juonisrilia at 4(23 A. 11.
9 P. H. and P. M.
una craia lor htkmti a at Aajfi a m
Tha trains connttrt ttt Ht. f.nuim ft.r mil twilnla . a6la
Kauaaa and Nebraska, Hannibal, Quincy aud Keo n
kuk; at Ht. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vicksbur
hatches and New Orleans. -id
une tnrongn train on bun day at Qt3a P. M. im
Betnrninff. fast Una leaTfs Eaat Ht. I.nnia. Hnnrlk. V
exrytgdat A. M., arriving at Cincinnati a.
Kr nreas train learea Ht. Lonla da It at t'lrt P M
arriTing at Cincinnati at 7:30 A. M.
cor iiirougn iicKeia m an poinia west ana oonm,
rleaae apply at the offices: Walnut-street Houae, b
weeu ttixtb and Beventh -streets; No. 1 Burnet Hou
corner office; North-west corner Front and Broac
way; Spencer House Office, and at the Depot, corner
Fronand Mill-atreeU. Omnibuses call lorpAasen
era. E. FLINT,
apio - v ice rrosiaent
RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS
RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS-AND-
Cincinnati & Chicago.
Cincinnati & Chicago. RAILROADS.
fiRKAT THROroH ROU1
X NOBTUWSST FOE
TE TO THI
IlfTWT.RITlf ' 1
ThrM dallv throu.h train. Ihti HlYth-atra.1 Ilaa,. I
at a A. H. and ili3D P. M. and 0 P. M.
Thraush to Indianapolis witlion ' .
Dtnct OcuKicHout "
At mchtnonil. with IJinclnnati anlt flhtMi.o Hjtll.
road, for Anderaoa and ail poitita on til. Bellrfnn
tains Railroad Line; Kotcomo, LoKansport, P.ru and i
all points on tha Wabash Vallov KaUroad.
At Indialiatwtlia for Trn limits. Mntimn. Pan.. i
Ht. Iionia and Illinois Central Railroad. ,,1
At j.aiavette ror uanvtiie, Tolono, Decatnr, BBiin,
Sold, Nuples, Qulucy, and H.nnlhal maA bt. Joaei .
A, l ' 1 . i u i . v v. un ... .
- v.i.umv mi nw.iu,. nouuaua.iuiiwauaiB, 1.
erosso, St. Paul, Prairia da Chlen, Bock Island and
lowaCltj. . , .
Tha P. M. Train nikM iSIma. m.HIm
TjOKnsport with Logansport, Paorla and Burllncton
Railroad, for Oilman, EI Paso, Peoria, Burlington,
Uutncr, OalMburg, Ualena and Sunleltb, making Uia
distance . ..
TWENTI-FIVK MILES 8H0BTER
. r THAN OJ ANT OTHEB, BOUTB,
lOO MILES SHORTER
THAN VIA 0HI0AOO. ,
Fare as Low and Time an Onlflc
a. a hv anv g4 as pAnfn
mma tvj aaju viuvi uvuroe
Thia la azclnslrery a Western and North-wee tir
Route, having as htTorabla arraugeinonta with ooo
Docting Boads aa any other Route. Passing throng,
a highly cultivated country, with nuuerona towns
and fillaarea. it otfora to Dfitrona anora nleAaunt icomn.
mod at ion for safety, ootnfurt and tnteraai thaa auy
othar Aouta for the tbu?a n&miMt nnlntAi.
For Throuah Tickets or auv further lnfornutloa ba
nut auu appiy a.
- ritaai uri Hi&w-
169 Walnut-streets betwaao Fourth aud rifth-tra(
near OibAton Uoune: i.
North-eaat corner Front and Broadway;
West sid Vina-atrtMt, between Burnet Boom at el
Cincinnati, HamUtoa and Dayton Dej-ol, Fifth and
. bUth-atraeta ..... . J). M. MoiiROW,
n n,n,. . Buperintendenl
W. H. BHTPMAN, Paaaongvr agonr
aMTOnini buaea will call tor patimjnu-ra by learlog
their nauiea at aitfaar of the Ticket Omree.
pl W. U. BU11H, Agent.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
SHORT LINE RAILROAD. Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
a f'HANOB p CAM TO INDIANAP.
i-1 0LI8, at which place it unites with railroaJ.
tor and from all point, in tb. Wast and North-weal.
THBttitB PA8BCNUEB TRAINS
Leav. Cincinnati dalljr from tha foot of MU anil
OtdO A. M. -CHICAGO M Art.-Arrlrea at
dianar)lls at 10:47 A. M.i Chicago at 8 P. M.
xniioiHiiiB a, 1U..1 A. (.U1GI1.U .I 0
1 liAO A. M. Terre Hatita indli
. iu. xerre nattte anu l,atavette Acoom.
nodatiun as-r nt iatIndlHl)aiM)Ilsai4:a6 P. M.
1". M.-CHICAUO EXI'flKS8.-Arrlv,.sat Ind.
uiaDolia a tlU:.AP. al .1 Clilcnin,t T'SII A M
rllwpln iCa Hare attached to all ulght-tntna on
this line, and ruu through to Chicago without
oh. lire of cara. '
aMTBe sura jon are In the right tlcket-ofte. before
rou purchase your ticket, and ask lur ticket, via
Lawrenoeburg and ludianapolis.
Vara lha eauie, aud time ahortw than br anr othaf
' Haotraim rriackMl ttimiiifh r .
. I'll ROIJUH TICKICl'U., good nntl need, nui't ob.
vJTi JL uuiin., ai .peunu- iiouse col ner,
north-west corner of Broadw.-iv aud Yront: No I
Bimwt Hotwe cornw; at tha Walnut-street House:
2?;,a 5? TljM-.treot.Biul at Depot Omc, foot ol
Bill, on Front-street, whore all neoeaaarr luiuruia
Moii can b. had. 1
Omuibuae. run to and from each train, and will
call (or paMwugen at all hotels, and all puts of Uia
ltf, blvlu(( addreaa at either oil!, a.
. if. U. LCUD, President.
,. v.' i i : r h it
Saddle1, Trunit and Harness
axv v A V A 111. 1 A .
la Mahs.Btr.ct, tkro d..ra k.re Tttir.
niuut ui Ho
UHytuai, AIM,, a !,r..
bla-BMt.er), Mall lrunka, BiS'. K ttrl. m.
A tuient hjuuaiiut to thia iiu.rS'.ii rJi
. Ftt ft rADniMf