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MORNING—ITS BEAUTY AND ITS
MORNING—ITS BEAUTY AND ITS BLESSING
BY H. S. WILDMAN.
Morn again with colds penoil,
Tint tne eurraio 01 me casi,
: And again hi robes of tinsel ' '''"
atandnth In her b'dy chanoal,- vf ! t
Making reedy for the ftat I .- .., f,..
4 Oently tlnshlng,
Gently blushing, ' '
, Llkae told before the priest! ,
.0h. what eoty thoughts wm .r ne,
A we drink lb morning balm! u ,
' Ak we view the Held be! .re us, , ,
As wa join tbs piea.aut chorus
Of the morning's holy psalm I
As at wander,
As we pouiler,
I the DMruiBg'a blessed saint. .
Thoughta of other, happier boars
Come tone with memories rife;
And again we seek tlie bowers I
Where we used together flowers.
In the morning march of lifts
Memories greet us. . i
Yet anataiaed br cere or strife.
1 Oh, how inncH of life Is wasted . ...
In this so-call'-d world ot'blier,
How much pleasure grain Is blasted
How much happiness antanteil
llow much pleasure do wa miss, i-,....
Just by keeping
' Dull eyes sleeping,
SKh a holy nMra aa this, " v
Happyt tiappy'l blessed raornraWl
May my soul retain the view;
Fre tlie aveulug lamps are burning
May the emly picture warning,
Teach me to begin anew !
Make me prayerful,
Till life's pilgrim day la through.
N. P. Wills's Description of Blondin the
N. P. Wills's Description of Blondin the Rope-Walker.
Willis, in the Homt Journal, thus describes
M. Blondin's passage over the Niagara River
in the character of an Indian Chief:
1 After 'being dressed in hi flesh-coloreil
i tights, wampum apron, bead necklace, and
mocassins, he came out (with his particularly
- uncombed sandy hair uncovered as yet by
it crown of feathers), to look a little into the
arrangements for his performance. For
fifteen or twenty minutes the little Tecirmseb
was hopping about, trying the cords which
held the ropes to the stanchions, cocking the
pistol which was to be tired to announce his
return, giving directions for the music, bind'
ing the ligatures of his balance-pole, and
answering very merrily all the jukes and
questions of uie lookers-on. in ins motions,
back and forward, he took no regular step;
ne simply Dounaea.. Like a child s soap-
Duooie, me uimcuuy seemcu to De to get to
me ground to Keep from nonting away.
During all this time, of course, I had the de
sired opportunity for the study of his face'.
(t was one which nineteen people) out of
twenty, on seeing it in a crowd, would pass
over as wholly uninteresting the twentieth
and more observnnt man giving him a good
look, as one of the most coolly determined
and honestly spunky little fellows he had
ever seen. The top of his skull, of course, is
very high with his bump of firmness.. His
cheekbones are prominent, his nose straight
and with thin expanded nostrils, his lips thin
and firm, his cheeks hollow and pale, and he,
wears a sandy mustache and imperial a la
Though any thing but a beauty, he is a
man it is impossible not to take a fancy to.
Retiring to hie shanty for a minute or two,
after all was arranged, his reappearance was
announced by a grand utmost-iana from the
band, and forward came Tecumseh, with a
high crown of many-colored feathers on his
head not with a slow pace, as would be ex
pected from an Indian Chief, but dancing a
jig all the way to the precipice. It was curi
ous, however, to see that the smile on bis lip.
and his other signs of merriment for the
many, were altogether meunamcm and artin
ciaL while the closelv-nressed erelid through
which his keen blue eye was hardly visible,
showed the inner mind's utter absorption
and concentration in the work he had to do.
The rope was drawn from shore to shore,
eight hundred feet across, and two hundred
and fifty feet high over the Niagara rapids
a perilous bridge for human feet to walk I t
took bold of his arm as he stood trying the
rope for a moment with the ball of' his foot.
It wag like a bunch of iron-wire, woolly nn
impressible. . And away he went. his moc-
. casined feet hugging the two sides of the
swaying cable, his balance-pole playing up
: and down, and his little figure gradually di
minishing as be walked steadily on and
reached the middle of the chasm, where ho
proceeded to. stand upon one leg and hold
the other out at right angles. The spectators,
of course, were all breathlessly silent; though
. J found it much more breathless to think of
afterward than to see done, He did it with
such apparent ease and certainty, that it was
like seeing a bird fly or a Bpiderwalk the
ceiling not to be pondered at for that kind
. of creature. , ' , :. j . .-
I am inclined to think it would be more
startling (better enabling one to imagine
himself in the performer's place) if be were
to do it in common clothes. Looking scarcely
larger man a outieriiy aa ne resetted tue op
posite shore, Blondin remained fifteen or
twenty minutes out of sight, and then the
pistol was fired to announce his return. Ho
cans quietly on to the - center,, where he
stopped to lie down at full length on tu rope,
and execute various postures and gymnastics:
and, between this and bis reaching our shore
again, he made several pretended trips, as if
losing nia utsiaace ine screams oi me ax
frighted ladies, at this, very comically varying
the tune which was being endeavored by the
band. A be came up the slant of the rope
again, I law that his lips were tightly drawn
together, and his features were rigidly set
with the mental exertion, and it was an ex
pression of face that would be worth painting
as a type of .determined will. Through all
tne anxiety ot a spectator's suspense, I could
not help admiring the little mau exceedingly,
and I was the first to give him a hund as he
xtepped on the cliff. It was a cold, clammy
grip that he gave me in return, and hia tin.
gera felt icy and wet. Everybody who could
reach him gave him a shake of the hand on
his way to the shanty, and the enthusiasm
for him seemed universal. And so ended
"the show" of human life put fearfully in peril
Mr. Bloudin, I was afterward told, hits a wife
iind several children, and resides at Niagara,
having" adopted jt as his theater of perlorra-
iu;e. uie piuioaHiuuui profits amount to ten
thousand dollars a year.
A Uentlehak ok ths Akciknt Reoihk.
-I gentleman, named De la Berge, who has
jtisioiedin fans, at tlie advanced age, of
ninety-seven, was one of the last links which
uonnect these modern days with the ancient
regime, rv nen a cniia, seven years of age
he was, on the 30th of May, 1770, taken
by his ttitor to see the Are-works in
the Chain Ds-Elvseea. on the onraainn fifth,.
marriage of the Daupban (afterward Louis
ano mane Antoinette. It is known
that, a sudden panic having Seized the
crowd, a scene of fearful confusion ensued,
and that thirty persons were killed. One
of them wag young lie la Berge'g tutor, who
lierished in trying to save the child when
knocked down. The boy was picked up by a
workman, who placed him on his shoulders
and carried him from the crowd. The be la
Berge family recompensed the man, and he,
having commenced business on his own
account, in the end made u large fortune.
Ihey, moreover, made a rule of giving every
year a certain sum, in the name of the child
to the poor of the parish, and, when M. De la
Berge grew to man'stestate, he made the do
nation himself, and continued it religiously
every 3oth May until his death.
Tub SprriRku sy the Northmrn Tob
aoo. Rev Robert CoUyer, of Chicago, 111.,
who has had charge of the distribution of
money and clothing to those rendered desti
tute by the late tornado, reports that the Im
mediate wants of the aurtbeerg have been sup
plied. The greatest generosity was every
where displayed In extending aid to the
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ExsotrigD. Nathajiwl Harten was axe
cuted ia Moundsville, Marsliall County Vir
Knh I,th wura of Urn Melissa Morris,
on the 23d pf July last.., The details of the
murder are extremely brutal and repulsive,
rhe reason assigned for it m, that Miss Mor
ris kne w that Harten bad committed a name
less crime.. . ... , . , -j . . . ,
The Reign of Queen Victoria.
On the 20th of June the twenty-third year
of the reifrn of Queen Victoria win completed,
a shs ascended the British throne in 1837, a
month after "he had completed her eighteenth
year." Thtmgh had only reached to mid
dle lift, hue reiiam ha already been a Ions
one, longer, we believe, than the average of
reigns, ana sue may nave me longm reign
of any English sovereign: and still not die at
very advanced age. Of the monarch who
have worn the English crown since the Oon-
2 nest, twentr did not wear it so lone as it
aa been worn by this lady, who may have it
for thirty yean lontrer, and then not be ranch
older than was Elizabeth when "tie died.
William L William 11, Richard 1, John, Ed
ward II, Richard IL Henry IV, Henry V,
Edward IV, Edward V, Richard III, Edward
Mary I, James I, James II, Mary II
a. nn-M t n.n.n. iv ...
William IV. all reigned less than twenty-
three years, but some of them ascended the
throne at advanced ages, particularly the
immediate predecessors of the present sover
eign, George IV and William IV, who were
' The Hanoverian Boverelcrna of England
have mostly begun their reigns when they
were old. George I became King at fifty-
four, George II, at forty-four, George IV, at
fifty-eight, and William at sixty-four.
George III, was in his twenty-third year
when he began to reign and to misrule; and
had he lived nine months longor he would
have had a reign of sixty years. The next
longest reign was that of Henry III, which
lasted fifty-six years, or thereabout. Ed
ward III Lad about half a century of rule;
Elizabeth not quite forty-five years; Henry
V 111, nearly thirty-eightyears. and Henry
VI, thirty-nine years. The shortest reign
in England for that of Lady Jane Grey
counts for nothing in figures, though the
fioor girl found it a serious thing in fact, see
ug that it made her and hers so well ac
quainted with the dull blocks and sharp axes
was mat oi &dward v. wnicn lasted
eighty-eight davs. Edward VI reigned six
years and a half: and his sister and
successor. Mary I. five years and four
months. Three of the female sovereigns of
r.ngianu ;ine two juaryeanu Anne reigneu,
altogether, not much longer than Victoria
has already reigned, no such uung has ever
occurred in England, as once happen
ed in France, namely, that there were
but two rnonarchs in one hundred and thirty
one years. Louis Al s reign began in
1043, and that of his successor, Louis XV,
terminated in 1774. .
A Story of Larking on the Derby Day.
following story some light on
the phrase, "Larking on the Derby Day:" A
gentleman was complained of at the bouth-
n sraf uuiiuuu i u ubucc vuun uy niiuincr gen
tleman, who charged the formerwith pelting
him with turf and assaultlnghim with a whip.
Uwm T-..4 ... k . -. A C.. .1. n 1 : .
. vi, nuvn)JJViucu iui ,uci;uuiliuiinill
said that the present charge arose out of one
of those practical jokes so prevalent on the
road in returning from the Derby. His client,
a gentleman ot respectability, went to tue
Epsom Races-on that day on horseback, and
... -!i. .-i.:ul. ... u. i..
til iiiumi, Willie uc aa icimuiujj uuiuc uc ne
at tacked by a number of persons in a four-in-
inina, wnicn tne oeienaant was driving.
They pelted him with turt from tbe Ken-
nington Gate to the Elephant and Castle, and
at the latter place the defendant struck his
client with Ms whin, and one of the men
jumped oil the carriage and blacked his eyes.
1 bat was too mucn or a lark, even lor a UerDy
day, therefore the present summons was taken
The complainant, on being sworn, said that
as he was returning from the Derby on horse
back there was a stoppage at Kennington
Gate ; and as he was endeavoring to pass the
four-in-hand which the defendant was driving,
some of the gentlemen threw clods at him,
which caused his horse to plunge very much.
He remonstrated with them, but they only
chaffed him and continued throwing tne turf
until they reached the Elephant and Castle,
when he called out for the police to protect
him. Finding no one came to his assistance,
he crossed to the off side and stopped the
leader, when the defendant struck him with
his whip. At the same moment one of the
men jumped off the coach and struck him on
tbo Lead, which caused him to have black
eyes. The defendant denied having struck
the gentleman at all. The fact was, there
was laughing and chaffing all the way along
the road, uud the gentleman perhaps bod a
little too much of it, but he had no right to
cross his leaders. It was a dangerous thing,
and something scrrbus might have happened.
Jlr. Combe, the Judge, said that there 3id
not appear to be any thing to blame in the
defendant's conduct. He had charge of a
coach aad four horses, which on such a road
at that time required great care, especially
when larking wag going on on all sides. The
summons must be dismissed. Mr. Howartb
was then charged on a cross summons with
furiously riding and endangering the lives of
the persons in and outsiSe the tour-in-hand.
Mr. Combe ask, what pace Mr. Howartb was
riding ? Stevens, the other party; Only very
moderate, sir. Mr. Combe, then there's an
end to this case, as well as to the charge of
furious riding. I should recommend gen
tlemen not to throw grass at each other, and
Mr. Ho worth not to cross the leader again, as
it might be dangerous to all parties. Both
summons wert accordingly dismissed. .
A Noble-hearted Boy—AN "Affecting Incident''
Upon the Cars.
The Rochester (N. Y.) Ezprtu of late date
-.While Deputy Sheriff Baacom was on his
way for Auburn, on Tuesday, having in
charge O. J. Bixby and others, for incarcera
tion at the State Prison, an incident occurred
which is 'well worth relating. Our informant
states that when the train stopped at one of
tbe intermediate stations, a bright-eyed, in
telligent boy-peddler came aboard with' a
basket of fine cherries. He passed through
the cars, disposing of his fruit in tbe cus
tomary way, till he reached the convicts,
when he stopped abruptly, and cast a look of
unutterable sorrow upon the men, who were
manaoled together, as though he compre
hended at a glance their history and their
gloomy destination. Without opening his
lips he sat down his basket, and dipping up
several double handsfull of cherries, tossed
them into the prisoners' laps. Then, without
waiting for any reply, tie picked up his
basket and ran to the end of the car. Here
he sat down for a moment, very thought
fully, und then suddenly springing up, as if
electrified with some happy idea, ran back to
the party, and, lifting up his basket, emptied
the entire contents into the seat. Then,
unable longer to control his emotions, be
buret into a fit of loud crying and rushed
out of the cars.
The act had been generally observed by
the passengers nearly all of whom started to
their tset in astonishment. Naturally, all
supposed that the child was in some way re
lated to one of the prisoners, but it was
readily ascertained that he was quite a
stranger to all of them. Heveralkind-heartcd
persons suggested, almost simultaneously,
that a collection be taken up, and every one
else echoed the proKsition. The boy was
captured and brought back, and the hat hav
ing been circulated, he was presented with a
very handsome sum of money. The little
fellow accepted it, though not without ex
hibiting some degree of reluctance. On being
rged to carry it to his mother, however, his
eyes sparkled with a very different emotion,
and he thankfully pocketed the cash. No
one, we are pleased to state, was so rude or
unfeeling as to make any personal investiga
tion concerning the actual cause of his emo
tion. All were satisfied that he was not a
trie kiter. and the natural conclusion is. thai
the little fellow had been reminded of a father,
or perhaps a brother, from whom he was
separated by the same walls to which the
present convicted party was destined.
A DirFlOULTPaaafiaiPTios. A V awlr.
ward looking public singer once told Bannis
ter thaa his voice had been much improved
since ne swaiiowed, py accident, some train
oil. Ah," rejoined Bannister, "what a pity
you did not swallow a dancing master also I '
WlTTY TO ram Liar Tn tha la.it Itlnaaa nf
George Colman, the doctor being late in an
appointment, apologised to bis patient, saying
that he hud been called in to see a man that
kail nVll-m - i, ..rvi.i i
inu uuwii B wen. lyiti n aica mo
bucket, doctor?" groaned poor George.
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tt, at ltd Aftnc7ln thla city, tolMW Poltrlairinst
low or damage br Fire, on nearly every description
uf pergonal property, at current rate.
Losses Paid at this Agency.
J. J. BKRNB, Cllr A Rent, 33 Weal Third at.
J. B. Muiki, Solicitor.
1 1 JOB EKNNKDT, Agent, OoTington.
Branch Offloe Phoenix Insuranoe Co.,
33 West Third-street, CfbclBnatl, Ohio. t
aT Agenta appointed, Loaae adJwrLed and paid.
rorrrspo''dcnce promptly attended to, inaurance
nianks furnlKhed Afruta, and the biMlnfu of the
C tnpaoy in the W.-nUrn, Nt.rth-weetern And Koiith
vimUmii Htatfw and Teiritoriea under the upnrTiatoa
It. H. Ac II. M. MAGILI., I
j27-cm GENERAL AO K NTS.
BT Til M
Iaoorvoraitetl 1819.-CI. rter Per rem ml.
Oash Capital Enlarged Half a MMIon
of Dollartl ;
AC3ENCY FSTA11LISHED IN TI1VCIN
ISATI In ante-dating all preeent local
Inaurance com pun and attendee in the inanraace
busiiifwa in this city. Thirty-live years con it ant
duty here, com bin d with wealth, experience, enter-
rrlee and libernltty, esporlally commend the jBtna
Imuran ce Uompany to tha fiirnrable patronage ol
this community standing solitary and alone, the
sole fturvivur and living pioneer of Cincinnati under,
writers of IBM.
The largest lo errr iiiNtained by any Insurance
compnny at ono lire lu Ohio was by the Mtn, ni
Ohlllicothe, April. and nmonntd toflU,tf?H 7,
mostly paid prior to thirty dnys after thn lire.
Lotaee paid iu Cincinnati during tbe past six year
, $177,648 7B,
Cash Capital, - - $1,500,0001
Abfloluta and nnimpalred, with a net inrplrts of
And the prestige of forty -one yean' ncreeo and es
perieace. lnveetmenU of
Orer 9100,000 In Ohio Securities
FIRE AND INLAND NAVIGATION.
Risks accepted at terms consistent with solvency
and fair profits. Especial attention given to Insur
ance of Dwellings aud contents for terms of one ic
Application marie to any duly anthorlsed agent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
Imate Insurance buslneHS, this t'ompauy is enabled
to offer both Indemnity for the paMt and security foi
the future. Policies issued without delay by
CARTER de LINDfcEY, Agents,
Ko. so Main-street, and No. 171 Vine-street.
J. J. HOOKER, Acont, Fulton, 17th Ward
P. BUSH, Auont, Coviugton, Ky.
fell-ay O. P. BUCHANAN, Newport, Ky.
National Insuranoe Company,
OFFICE SOUTH-WEST CORNER. Of
Harlnc, Inland Transportation
ana Fire Bisks.
TAKEN AT CCRRENT RATES.
John liurgorne, K. M. Brnlth, ' BobArt Moore, i
" u.. .(..iin.,, .11, una. u. noure, ni. recneimer
J. L. Boss, Thos! R.liiggs, lionry Ellis.'
jour, n ukuu I H K, r resident.
II. O. TJbmbjs, Secretary.-
no8-bfm P. A. 8PRIOMAN, SurreyoT. .
Western Insuranoe Company
OFFICE IN THE SECOND 8T0RY V
No. 2 Front-street, botwoen Main and Syca
more. This Company is taking Fire, Inland and Marine
Risks at currout rates of premium.
Losses faifly adjusted aud promptlf paid.
T. F. Eckert, F. Ball. S. W. Pomeroy,
Wm. Glenn, W. U. Whltcller, W. 0. Mann,
Bobt. Mitchell, W. U. Conistock, L. O. E. Hte,
Robt. Buchanau, J. U. Hhaw, Goo. Htall,
JVai. S-lluw, Hflth Evans, J. U. Taaffe,
David Oiltson, II. Brachmann, J. Q. lsham.
H. Clearwater, Thos. R. Klllott, .
T. F. EUKEUT, President.
Btipbik Hoass, Beoreury. nu
MEDICAL AMD DENTAL.
O. E. NEAVTOJT, M. D.,
OFFICE NO. 90 WEST 8EVENTH-HT.
between Vine and Race. Residence No. lO'i
Meet Serenth-street, between Vlneand Race. Offlc.
hours7S toslj A. M.; IH uIt P. M.; 7 to 8 P. M.
WILLIAM M. HUNTER,
(Huccrasor to Knowlton A Taft,)
fPM CINCINNATI, O.
CINCINNATI FUEL COMPANY,
COAL-TABU AND OFFICE,
No. 103 K. TJUHU-HTIIKKT.
O O A. U Bf
Dullrered at the lowest markat ratei. .
afOrdori solicited and irfmptlr nxemtAd,
mMty W. M. UUBBELL.croUir.
IN AM. ITS IIH ANIIE!4, NO. N KAMT
Fouitli-itrett, betwuen AUiuauUlSycaiuorti. Cin
Ubiu(lfus' Id arerr tr le. MtuicBuokji neatlTand
dnrablr bo uud.
DJVd-liIB 1. OROPPIR
Hanks's Bell and Brass Foundry,
MLE8 WOKK8, (formerly Geor L. Hanki,) No.
140 Kast Bcnd-trMt, liDcionli.
BELLS Klfl'TqONHTANTIs YON HANI,
ur lutuie tuurdur, ufauy nita up to t,UU0 poundtu
and hi chi moi as wanted. Kvory va-iety of Bnws
V ork and Brus and (Joiiipoflitiott. Castings made to
order. AIhoou hand. Babbitt Mutulaiid SptHter Sol
der, and every description of Fluished Brass Work.
lit ON PIPE AND . TiMtt. ,
PartlcnUr sttnntlon iveu to bt cam boat Work, such
as WrouRht-iron Pi pin a and Kitting! put up: Btna
and Water Uaua. Motalie Packing, WtiUtles.
Blowers, ntflue BelU, Ao. Laa-er-Uror (Jouks aua
allother varletli always u hand.
TilOMAH VI BTU, Buperinteudent
ROOFING ! ROOFING !
THE OITTCAI.T KLASTIO METAt.MQ
UOOr 1NU is otluid to the public us the hetitand
chtapiwft MuUtl Ho( dow uied, lis merits iutTing beso
teeunl by au expurience of yours iu this cltv and vl
si uity. Applied to flat or stuep, old or new build
Iuks. Mo solder ul fustened eacurely without ax-
Dufture w iue action or iiip eieuienu.
Prepared hosts, boxed for shipment to any part Of
ths liulUd H Lutes, run lie applied br any oae wlthor
diuary gvw;hattkal aaiU.
Oiilwr, Drumptlr DIIsk
IM Wast aW4-fr
- MOHBLY r"'
Tl'BLLAR AV n0U(JHT-IR0N
1 Arch Bridges
AND CORRUGATED IRON ROOFS,
(ARCHED AND FLAT,)
AUK A CHEAP A WOOD, AND OUR
manufactory la capable of supplying any de
mand. ('orri(rstvd Iron Phrs consfantly on hand, of all
sIkv-s, put n tod and rady far shipment, with full in
struction for applying thm. ,
Ivoare nrdon at 60 Wost Th trd st.
jele-ayfaw JilOHKLT sV CO.
Have You ti
HOUSE FOR RENT?
ADVERTISE IN THE
iiiiLi i' r i: s s!
rilEPAIlED GLUE I
A STITCH IN TIME SAYE8 NINE.
Nave tlio Pieces !
gKCFL IN EVERY HOIFHK FOR
iDeoatng s uruiture, loys, urocaerr, uiassware,
Ulioleaale Denot. Nn. 4H GaHar-street. Ttew York.
Address JUINKY 0. HI'ALDINO CO.,
Box No. 8,6IW, Mew York.
Put np for Dealers In cases containing four, eight,
and twelve dozen a beautiful Lithograph Show,
card accompanying each package. eleSl-ar
ADVERTISE IN THE '
BBoas o HMITII,
v No. 6 West Fsarth-atreeitsi
ARE NOW RECEITINQ ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment uf watches, Jewelry,
Silverware and Diamonds.
ALSO A Dae assortment o! Plated Tea Beta an
Cutlery and Opera-glaasee.
F lT?KRNANDBAiIIiiF GKNTsP
19 WEST FOURTH-STREET.
BAMUKL O. W1NCHKHTKB, Ontter. apSO-ar
Dr. Evans's Tootbacbe Drops.
DR. EVANS'S TOOTHACHE DROPS,
prepared from the rocipe of the celebrated
American Dootlst In Paris. F.ir sale by
ALBERT BOSS, Drnafrltt,
Mouth-west corner Central-avenue and lgbth. '
Do You Want
ADVERTISE IN THE
LANE & BOOLE Y,
MANuriooaisj or ' '
WOOD-WORKING MACH1NERT. :
AND CIRCIjr.Aa SAAWItllLLS.
Obmsr John and fatertreals, Cincinnati, Oklo.
BEHOVED FROM 06 WK3T BIXTU-SIRllIT.
lf QNEYI,OANEDON WATCHES, JEW
I.'. KLKY aud all kiuda or tli-rchandise, at low
rotes of Interest, at Ho. 1T3 Vine-street, bet ween
fourth aud fifth.
Pure Catawba Wine,
Tlf Al'EACTCRED BV JOHN B. STAE-
BtKK, of Millcrot'k Towusbip, aud not ex
celled by any article io th market. Jor sale in auy
uuitltyby ALI1KRT BOSS, DniBKlrt,
' South-west corner Centrul-avouue and Klghth.
DISCOVER ED AT I, AHT-THK CHART
Ul LIFE, or The True Theory o Keproujio
tion at Pleasure, or Preventing it, according to tha
Established Laws of Nature." Those wautlug chil
dren, and those not wishing them, will nud this book
to meet their wishes exactly. No medicine to nse.
Perfectly healthy iu all rnnwts. Sent to any part
of the United States on receipt of Si.
Dr. CALVIN is also Agcut tor Madame De Croix's
Female Monthly Pills. Those Pills are invaluable In
obstructed menses. Ladies should not. use them
uiiiMDunit) uuiu, or can ai oin
street, between Fifth and Sixth.
ASTROLOGY, MADAME BEIX RE.
SPEOl FuL LY announces that she commences
busiut'He again, and cau be found at her reside ice.
No. 47, on the west side of JoUHs-street, betwot'D
Linn aud Cutter and Liberty and Wade, whore she
foretells past, present aad ruture events by plaucts,
palmistry, or by cards. To all those who may wish
to consult her on the luck of business, or any under
taking, journeys, lawsuits, luve, matrimony, lot
tery tickets, perfect satisfaction will, be given.
Hours from t A. at. to P. M. Prices low. Fifteen
osnta for running tha letters on the nana. je2t-am
BINE ELIXIR never falls to curs all kinds of dls
tases oflhe Uterus, the Klduoys. Ovaries, Blsdder
and Urethra, Prolapsus (falling) Pterle, InBainma
- Ion aud Ulceration of the Womb, no matter of how
Elm'"' ' Peru"i'tl7 cured by the use of the
Madame refers with pleasure to tho following card
of oue ot the best druggists In tbe city i
"To tht Wo und (As ladies in Partleular:
"We, the undersigned, are not lu the habit of glv.
Ing our name to Patent Medicines but knowing well
the Lady Physician, and the medicine called tha
Uterine Kllxir, we cheerfully recommend It to all fe.
males suffering from Female Diseases of any kind: It
la purely vegetable, and In no case can do taoury: wa
lay to all try, and our word for It. you will And relief.
, "K. D. HILL. Druggist,
"Corner of Fifth and haca.sTieeta."
E' R. B For aale at tha principal offloe, 144 Wast
Ixlll-stj between Race and Elm; KDWAKD SCAN.
ANA Co., coruer of Main and FuurtU-.ta : V. D.
1ILL, corner ot Race aud Fifth-sts. ; and drug
gist, generally throughout the city and couutry.
T I'ilce, ONE DOLLAR PER BUTTLE.
1 Madame ELLIS has returned from the South, and
an be fouudat her offloe, 144 West Sixth-at . at
all times. )si;
CONSTABLE'S SALE. BY VIRTUE OV
an Execution to me directed, I will sell on
SATURDAY, the 7th day of July, IttftO, at un o'clock
A. M., In the Miami Caual, at the Elm -street Bridge.'
the follewiug giHMls aud chattels to-wlt: The Canal
boat Colonel llanua, her apparel and rlxtures.
Taken under the Water-craft Law, at the suit ol J.
A ti. Schewe, at ai.
17 JOSEPII DURRELL, Constable.
OLONO TEA.-JUST RECEIVED, 1
aud rlchuess. For sale, wholu.ale and retail, br
A. MCDONALD s OO .
Jya ' W and Branch U49 West Fourtu-at.
LIIB AND BROWN BONNET BOARDS.
16" gross just received ami for sale by
ffllJjE CLARETS. -JUST RECEIVED,
kv ft coses La Rosol tslltte. St. Esteuhe. fTl,.
m.- Ti coses La Ksol Lslltte, Bt. Esteuhe, Ch
twtu Margauxand St. Julleni all of excsfi.nl ua
Itx. lor aale, wholesale an(f retell, by
06. u4 Vrekch
RAILROADS. LITTLE MIAMI
COLUMBUS AND XENIA
COLUMBUS AND XENIA —AND—
CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON RAILROADS!
OIV ANf A FT ICR WO?llAT, JCNF 11,
IW, Tnilnii .U tl-in-rt r-.il.-wi:
A. lit, KXPW KHf rr.jm do nut I. Hm
IHnn nd Davytoit Dt-iNrt-Fnr lUmtltou, tiicbniona(
InrllnnApoll, LgiinfitM-rt, Purutrt. tkc.
!. A.M. fiXPRRHH- It m Ltl Mlnml
Prpot, and from Cinciiinati, Hamilton nn P1
Ifpot VblvcU Tli. Otiluiuliii) and Cli'vfUutl ; vt
hivnhTM. VNrtHn and Pttt-lmrR ; tla iiimli
Htiirx-DTllli. and I'ltt-hnr; vlu (Vnml'-i". RUlr
nd Brnwood; und ti Uolnmbtm. Df1rt,ri:d VitU
bars; klavo for KpiinTt'M nd lhUfti.rti.
7..10 A. M. KXPHKHH-Km rirKinnntl,
rUmiiton knd Dayton Dopot Ao cnnuU t Um
ton for Sin-lnarflnld, HrrM.niind rMndiinky; mid with
Eityton And MiohlRan Road for Troy, Plqiia, fiidnfy,
ImA, ITort Wayne and Ohlcago. Alto f- r Toledo,
Uotrolt and all point In Canada. .
H A. M. Krorii Cinrlnnatt, HamHtoll m1 Pay
ton Drpot-Accommodntfon for llamtlt n and War
Btatfona: connect at HmHton for Oxford, Ac.
10 A.M. KXPB KHH From Liltle Ulamt Do
pot OonnerU via Colninhni and Belalr and Bon
wood; Tia Oohimnna, HMnlr and I'iltiburit; rm
Ooliimbnu. Orftntllne and PitUburg, and ia 0lnm
bnn and ClaTAland.
iH0 P. M. KXFRBHB-Frora OinclntjaU,
Hamiltoa arul Dayton Pppot For paytnn, 8prli.fi
field, Urhana, Belkfonlalna and K mi ton; alo at
Dayton fnv Oolnmbns; connocta Tla HnraiIto fur
Blchmond. Indianapolis, and all point ft Went.
3.JVO P. M. From Cincinnati, Hamilton and
Dayton I pot For Hamfltoo and all Way titatioua;
oonnoctM ai Hamilton for OxfVrrtl, Sic.
4 P. M. From Mttln Miami Dvoot Aftcomnio
datlon fhrColnmbtu. itoppinf at all Wy tttaUonit
alto for Boring f.ld.
tt 1'. M From Iifttla Miami lpot--Aocomin-datlon
for Xmla. ntppin; at Way Hutlona.
6 P. M. KXPR EHS From Cioclnnatl, Ham
II ton and Iavum Depot For Troy, Piqua, Bldnoy.
Lima, Fori Warns and Chlr-ago ; alao for Toledo,
Detroit and all vofnta In Canada; connects fla
Hamilton for Hlfnmond, LogwoHport, Ac
11 P. M. KXPRKKH From Llttt Miami Dtt.
pot ConuocU Tla Coluiubnt. Hteubenrllle and Pitta
bur; via Colun.bim, Creetlina and Pittuburff; via
Coltimbui and Clervlaud; via Columbui. Delalr and
Beuwood; and Tla Oolumbun, Bftlalrand PitUburg.
SLEVPIKO-CARS ON THIS TRAIN.
For all Information and Thronjrh Ticket p1na
apply at the Oftioee. touth-eafit corner of Front and
Broadway; west itde of Vln-itntot, between tha
Poetoflirn and tha Burnet House : No. 1 Bnrnt
UuiUfliANo. ft Kaat Thlrd-atreet: Rixth-atrwet De
pot, nd7 at the East Front-fltreet Dopot.
Trains ran by Oolnmbm time, which it seren min
utes faster than Cincinnati time.
P. W. BTKADKIl, funeral Tlrket Agent.
Omnlbusea call for pasaencers by learlnc directions
at the Ticket Oifices. apao
CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON RAILROADS! COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
TBB0VOH WITHOUT OB A T9QM OF OA BS.
X OKNNRti, Cairo and Ht, Uul at 4M A. At.
ami 5i35 p. M.
Three daily trains for LoulfTillS at 4t(23 A. M...
! P. hi. and fti35 P. M.
One train for Gransville at 4iJH A.M.
The trains connect at ht. Louis for nil points In
Kansas and Nbwka, llannltal, Qnlnoy mid Keo
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo fur Memphis, VtcksLuH.1
Natchoc and New Orleans.
One through train un Sunday at 5i3S P. Mt
K turn ton, faft line leaves Kast bt. Lu.iit. Snndsys
9.J5TpdMk A M m,Tiv411 CiuoinnaU at
Expnws train learea Ht. Lonls daily at 7r0 P. V.
art i Tina at Cincinnati at 7i30 A U.
Fr through tickew to alt p- tut Wot and 4onh,
pleae apply at theoltlces: Walnnt-etreet Houe, be
twpen Huthand bTenth-stDo; Nu. 1 Burunt lioo.,
corner ftice; North-wmt corner Front and Brood,
way; BpetiCHr Ouuwe Ortice. and at tbe Depot, corner
rronaua mm-nireeia. uiunibiMes cau rorpatMeu-
RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS.
Cincinnati & Chicago
Cincinnati & Chicago RAILROADS.
QBEAT TTGH BOTTTB TO THE
. BT. L0U1U,
MJtkr a I n i i m,
Three dslrr through trains leave Rlitb-strsct Daaot
at a. M. and si3 P. M. and P. M.
Tlir atth to Indiasnanollsi withoni
ClUtvnsiw of Ours.
At Blahmona, itb Ulnoiiinati and Chicago Rail
road, for Anderson and all iuta on ths B.llefon.
tain. Hallroed Line; K k"lli, L rainp.rt. Pern aad
all points on the Waha.h Valley fUili.ul.
At Indianapolis ttr Terre IIhui.. Mattuoa, Fall a.
8t. Louis and Illinois Central Railroad.
At Lafayette for Danville. T'll. no, Uecatnr, Hnring
neld, Naplaa, Quiner, and Hannibal aud dt. Juaaili
At Chicago for Baolna, Kenosha. Mllvraukle, La.
erossa, Ht. Paul, Prairie da Cbi.n, aVock lalaud and
IowaCftf. , - '
Tha 6 P. M: Train makes direct ormntlori at
Logansport with Loganapurt, Peoria and Bu'liugton
Ba Iroad, for Oilman, EI Paso, Peoria, Burlington.
Quincr, Oalasbu. g, Oalena and Dnuleitb, making tha
TWKNTY-F1TE MIXES SIIOSTEB
THAN B7 ANT OTBKB B0CTE.
too MII.ES shorter
THAU VIA CBI0A0O.
Fare as Low and Time as Quick
as by any other Eonte.
This to raclnalvelr a Western and Korth-westera
Boute, haring aa DtTorable arrangements with con
nectlng RoaJit us an. other Bouts. Passing throngh
a bighlr-cultivatad country, with numerous towns
and Tillages, it offers to patrons mors pleasaut accom
modation for safety, comfort aud interest taaa any
other Bout, for the above named poluts.
for Through Tickets or auy further intbrmatloa be
sure and apply ar
IM Walnat-etraet, between fourth aad I in -streets.
near Ulbson House;
Nortb-east corner Front and Broadway;
West slits Viue-streut, between Burnet House ant
Cincinnati, Hamiltoa and Dayton Depot, Fifth ai
. ii. nn.rsiAi.. raaeenger Agent.
.,"Omnlbuse will call for paaxeugera by leaving
their names at either sf the Ticket Office.
Pl W. H. SMITH. Agent.
or tt on. nu . i, v. ..-
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
TV$.C.!yA!''0J? Pv. CAHS T0 INPIANAP.
i' OLIH, at which place It unites with railroad
tor and from aU point. In the West and North-west.
THBIB PA8SENQEB TBAINS
Leave Cincinnati dally from th foot of at ID and
. Si40 A. M. CHICAGO MAIL.-ArTlvs at la
dlanapulis at 10-.S7 A. M.: Chicago at P. H.
llittft A. M. Jarre Bents and Lafaystte Acoota-
modutiun sa-r m latlndiaaapiills at 4:60 P. M.
0 P, AI.-OH I CAQ0 EXPfUcirJ.-Arrlves at Indl
anapolls a MC:.S P. M.i Chicago at 7:3b A. M.
.J?'0111 Ca liare attached to all night-trains oa
this Hue.- and rua through to Chicago wlfttout
Ouange of cars.
SurBe sure you srs Id th right ticket-office before
Iou purchase your ticket, and ask tor ticket via
lawreuoeburg and Indianapolis.
b' he same, and time shorter thaa by any other
Baggage checked through.
TlffiuMll TICKETS, gooduntl tuwd, can be Ob.
taiued at the ticket ofBces, at gpsucer H corner.
Nurtb-west corner of Broadway and Frout: No. i
Burnet Hou corner, at the Waluutli-eet House:
M?ilBn5fJ.!,,l."", V. lP"t'ice,f.!io
Mon o!S bVbid n Mc Inforaut.
. Oianfbusea run to aud from each train, aad wtU
" n ". of th
vlug addreae at eilliar
it. O. LORD, President.
it .nil i"
Saddle, Trunk and Harness
M ANUP A riTnn v.
10J AIalBatr tkre. da.r abava Third,
and most substantial manner. lZL i uigeIaorU
jjrtjijul bjonslas w tWliaTwm Jilt t?. -