THE DAILY PRESS.
[From Fraser's Magazine.]
I'lov. her; bn with earnest voloo ;
Calm duty pleads with me
' To hide my secret like a rock
Beneath a eunuy sen.
She must not wrwk her bark of lor
Uponthtsunknownre.fi - i
. rjopner 101 me lorever near
l ollurjr grief,
'.. A solitary grief.
r' ' p ' 1 t ffiM In seoretnt ner line, f
- , Boeweet. end tet 'tis eed: . ,
To know that ehe le fondly lived
Might haply make bor glad.
But no, It should not, hail not be,
My passion must he kopt
Like Home red sin o'er which for yearn
In lecret we hare wept,
Ia secrdt w have wept.
It mav but be a lire of loevee,
This passion-blaze of mine;
.iy.J-; And not the onenchlesslnmp that burns
..- . Upon love's golden shrine.
( .. I have but seen berAiigel-facei t
And bttauty's anchor chain
Would break, and leave the ship to drift
O'er passion's waves again,
O'er passion's wave, again. ,
It It tint that aha eo fair. ' .
But that ehe looks ao good.
Which make my purple roee of love
Buret into leaf and bud.
That face eo though tful, pure, and sweet,
O. may I not believe
That euch a token never did.
And uever will, deceive,
And narer Will deoeive.
1 can not tell her of my love,
. . . But eecretly I pray
' That the time inon may come wheu 1
With crystal conscience may;
When the rare beauty of her soul
Now hidden from my view
May fully prove tble passion-thrill
... To be pure love and true,
' . , Dear girl,
Ta be pare lore and true.
Marine Wonders—The Bottom of the Ocean.
Mr. Green, the famous diver, tolls singular
stories of his adventures, when making search
in the deep tratora of the ocean. He gives
some sketches of what he saw on the Silver
Banks, near Haytl :
The banks of coral on which mv divintm.
narrated in the previous chapter, were made,
are about forty miles in length, and from ten
to twenty in breadth.
On this bank of coral is presented to the
diver one of the most beautiful and sublime
scenes the eye ever beheld. The water varies
. trout ten to one Hundred teet in depth, and
so clear that the diver can see from two to
tnree Hundred feet, when submerged, with
imie obstruction to the sight
The bottom of the ocean in many places on
uv ueua ai imooui as s marole Boor:
in others it is studded with coral columns,
from ten to ooe hundred feet In bight, and
from one to eighty feet in diametor. The
tops of those more lofty support a myriad of
pyramidal pendants, each forming a mvriad
more; giving the reality to the imaginary
abode of some water nymph. In other
places, the pendants form arch after arch, and
as the diver stands on the bottom of the
ocean, and gazes through these into the deep
winding avenue, he feel9 that they fill him
with as sacred an awe as if ho were in som?
old cathedral, which had long been buried
beneath "old ocean's wave.1' Here nnd there,
the coral extends even to the surfuce of the
water, as if some loftier columns were towtri
belonging to those stately temples now in
There were countless varieties of diminu
tive trees, shrubs and plants, In every crcvici
of the corals where the water hud deposited
the least earth. They were all of a faint hue.
owing to the pale light they received,
although of every shade, nnd entirely rlii
fcreut from plants I n familiar with that
vegetate upon dry land. One in parliculur
attracted my attention ; it resembled n sea
fan of immense size, of variegulci colors, and
of the most brilliant hue,
The fish which inhabit those Silver Binks.
I found as different in kind aj the suenorv
was varied. Thev were of all forms, colore
and sizes from the symmetrical gohr, to the
globelike sunfish j from those of the dullest
hue to the changeable dolphin; from tin
spots of the leopard, to the hues of the sun
beam; from the harmless minnow, to the
voracious shark. Some had heads like
squirrels, others like cats and dogs; one of
small size resembled a bull terrier, some
darted through the water like meteors, while
uiuaie cuiuu scarcely De seen to move.
io enumerate ana explain all the various
kinds of fish 1 beheld while diving on these
banks would, were I enough of a nsturalist I
so to do, require more space than my limits I
will allow, for I am convinced that most of I
me ainus oi nsn wnicn Inhabit the tropicul I oi
can be found there. The sun-fish, saw- I
uau, autr-nsu, wnite snarK, ground shark, I
uiuo ur snorei-nose snarK, were often seen. I
"m niBu uau wuicn reaemoiea plants, I
and remained as fixed in their position as a I
dhrnh 'Thn nl .1 , I
.usuui, uvnci lucv uusseHgeu was I
to open and shut when in danger. Some of
tnem resembled the rose in full bloom, and
" M SUA UUCB.
There were the ribbon fish, from four to
live inches to three feet in length. Their
eyes are very large, and protruded like those
oi me frog. Another fish was spotted like
the leopard from three to ten feet in length.
They build their houses like the beaver, in
whioh they spawn, and the male or female
watches the egg until it hatches. I saw many
specimens of the green turtle some five feet
long, which I Bhould think. would weigh from
tw u uvo uuimrru pounas,
Physical Education of a Born Pugilist.
The infant pugil is not to be distinguished
from other int'ants; it is only as he grows in
j uuv tuuen peculiarities aeveiop them
selves which stamrj him a ann nf kii
Should fortune smile upon his birth, and his
friends have interest enough to obtain forhira
the coveted post of pot-boy, in the hostel of a
veteran pugil, his virtues are soon discovered;
the watchful eye of his experienced master
at once detects the native boxer, and the old
warrior determines to "bring out" the voune
aanimnt A nA P.
, uwn ui, timuiug UI pugil
commences in earnest not the train which
is practiced at normal schools under Govern
ment patronage but quite a different kind
of thing; he is taught not to spell, but to run
uiinutes; not to write, but to
brandish dumb-bells; not "to read, but to
nourish clubs; not to cipher, but to suffer
A pair of horse-haired BtutTed gloves is
bound upon bis bands; he is placed in an
easy, unconstrained position: the left lee ia
advanced rather more than half a yard, the
.... out iigmiy planted on the
fronnd Awhile J. re,U Vn tto onTf
his chest; hii left'low down with thVelbow
a line witn tne iiip but swinging loosely
Smuth8 "boulder having compRed with
which condition, he ia inliii,l .n
mysteries of "bitting" and "counter-hitting,"
"stopping, and "in-fighting," "the suit in
chancery," and the -'cross-buttock:" and on
gaiswiays, when a few choice spiriu are as
t!fueiatIh; fMtlT8 boar'1 iu his master's
"'i.c , ": t ""u ""ocuunais lani-uatre
haait), is set before him, and tho par nob,",
Jratrum have the privilege aud Stttiafootion
uaujnjBrinir eacnotaers luocs nnd bodies
with the gloves,'' to the minijlfd ndmlratiou
MrSIC UOBI PaOHTABLB TBAlf JcCUHAlISII.
What Amounts of money the singort do make!
. J . ... w SJJ.UUU un
. asvu loreeiosing a J5,000 Cali.
OTi3K?i S ' t KIT
nsi can agitate a stock market; Rccolomini
accumulate. 40,000; all of any amount Tn
T . ' u V am ow 10 Brie
noli, for instance, has steady employment it
JS, itS KmP W near'y
ot his income, and manage, to
i'8,11! "Purl1 iai indulged .m
1?? i?1 B,eal 00 sot month
PdwltTmue? trd9 Whe" coa-
DtTHAB ON HIS Tmnr.
A0'"6' foiled dSS
Peculiar Process of Procuring an English
Dickens, In his own peculiar way, thus re
Intos the "circumlocution" experience of an
Inventor lu attempting to procure an English
patent t " I '"
When the fthrislirws unlMavB were over,
I went np to London bv the parliamentary
train, and hired alodirinp for one week from
Thomas Joy. He i mrmod me that the first
steBtobetakfnlnpi.l-ntin(r the invention,
was to prepare a petition untoQueen Victoria,
A declaration before the Tr-is1.;r In Chancery
was to be added to It. . These we , likewise
drew up. After a deal of trouble I found
out a master In Southampton Buildings,
Chancery Lane, nigh Temple Bar, where I
made the declaration, and paid eighteen pence.
I was told to take the declaration and peti
tion to the Home Office, In Whitehall, where
I left it to be signed by the Home Secretary
(after I had found the office out) and where
1 paid two pounds two and aixDenno. In alv
days he signed it, and I was told to take it to
the Attorney General's Chambers, and leave
it there for a report I did so, and paid four
pounds four. Note: Nobody (all through)
over thankful for their money, but all uncivil.
My lodging at Thomos Joy's was now hired
for another week, whereof five days were
gone. The Attorney-General made what
they called a "renort-of-courae." Imv invnn.
tion being unopposed,) and I was sent back
with it to the Home Office. They made a
copy oi h, wnicn was caned a "warrant"
For this warrant 1 paid seven pounds, thirteen
and six. It was sent to the Queen to si en.
The Queen sent it back, signed. The Home
Secretary signed it again. The genMeman
in re w u at me wnen 1 called, and said, "Wow
take it to the Patent Office in Lincoln's Inn."
I was then in my third week at Thomas Joy's,
jiviuk very Bjrannt on account oi lees,
found myself losinirheart
At the Patent Office, in Lincoln's Inn, they
made "a draft of the Queen's bill" of my in
vention, and "a docket of the bill." I paid
five pound, ten and six for this. They ''en
grossed two copies of the bill, one for the
Signet Office and one for the Privy-Seal
Office." I paid one pound, seven and six for
("is. outmp amy, over and above, three
pounds. The engrossing clerk of the same
office engrossed the Queen's bill for signature.
I paid him one pound one. Stamp duty
again, one pound ten. I was next to take
tne yueen's bill to the Attorney-General, and
get it signed again. I took it to the Home
secretary again, tie sent it to the Queen
again. She signed it again. I paid seven
pounds, thirteen, six, and more, for this. I
nad Deen over a month at Thomas Joy's. I
was quite worn out patience and pocket.
"But I hadn't nic-h done it. Th o
bill was to be taken to the Kin-nut ntS,. in
oomenwi nouso. otrann. wnnrn thn arnmn.
shop is. The Clerk of the Siimf. mute
Signet bill for the Lord Keeper of the Privy
Seal. I paid him four pound, seven. The
Clerk of the Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal
made "a Privy Seal bill for the Lord Chan
cellor." I paid him four pound, two. The
Privv Seal bill was handed over ta the, Clark
the Patents, who engrossed the aforesaid.
paid him five pound, seventeen, and eight;
the eame time I paid stamp duty for the
imtriii, in one lump, imrty pound. 1 next
ptid for "boxes for the patent," nine and
ninepenee. Note: Thomai Joy would have
made the same nt a profit, tor eighteen pence.
next paid ''tecs to the Deputy, the Lord
Chancellor's Purse-bearer," two pound, two.
nt-Tt paid "fens to tho Clerk of the Hana
per," stiven ponnil, th'rteeu. I next paid
'fees to the Deputy Clerk of the Hanaper,"
ten shillings. 1 next paid to the Lord Chan
eel lor again, one pound, eleven, and six. Last
of all, 1 paid "fees to the Deputy Sealer, and
U;uty Chaff-wax," ten ahillingj and six
pence. I h:td lodged at Thomas Joy's, for
over six weeks, and the unopposed patent for
my luvvuuou iur cugianu naa cost me ninety-six
pound, seven, and eiirhtnonen. In
alditionto this expense, I say nothingabout
'jviug tueu ui my ins wutie x was patenting
tne animating scenes of the Itoman am
seas phitheater to see a compact, slight, but
Kaiiet akd thx Fisrcb Stallion Ex-
THAOHDIHAilY CoNTKET BKTWKIN HuMAtt WlLL
a.vu BiitjTH SraxNoTB. An Irish newspaper
inns Bjje.ma oi , content oetween Karey and
For fully an hour the battle, for it won mil,
ing else, continued; now tho man had gained
iuo vitioi jr, iiuw too norser and me animal,
touching the earth seemed to derive fresh
strength from every fall. At lost Mr. Rnrev
extemporized a strap from the fragments of
viontju unuie, mm nan ;aineii ms nrst
ously, rising in air, plunping in aU dire
tions, endeavoring to bite his assailant or
trample him down. It gavo one some idea I
oiop to conquest; sun, me tiorse fought turi-
smewy man, confronting so furious and
vicious an animal. A lonf struggle ensued,
uveneuauy ine norse was luirly beaten
anl lay down pantinc and thorouirhlv
. , T 1TT
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u.'fo.JS Cedar-street, New York.
HKNBV 0. SPALDINb CO.,
Put op fcr Dealers in ZSZttXirSZSZZ.
SSlI?1 dofn beautiful Lithograph 'show-
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r . . any oe-
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ready for shipment, with full in
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siruction. for applllni
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JO West Fourth-street,
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G1VI I'i A fill,!,.
for ytqirselvas. . mi
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COOKING. STOVES! I
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A? ECONOMYJ V
tgyao BJsf atoll.
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aw?i,nZP' ' "'m
WOOD OR COA L-THI MOtT I
XLSu:Z?iTa' a.d.,rabif Olng 13
K,. t "f "wamiKisioj, now is, reelao- I
boarding aotl privat. honai and Pvoscklna I -v:
!"'waior lor wa-n or bath rooms In largo I A
in any ,.,i.,st.p.,i,.,B. C, th.Sam.
it, vu, ac,urt,r, I Vllverware
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Inewrperrateel !S1-Ckarter Perpetnal,
Oath Capital Enlarged Half a Million
AGENCY KSTABMHHFD IN
MATI In IrMta, ante-dating all p
Insurance) oompanies and agencies In
acencifle in thn Insnrance
Thirty-five years constant
duty here, combined with wealth, experience, enter.
ousineea in tine city.
prise and liberality, especially commend the A.tna
insurance uompany to the fa
this oonirennlty standing solitary i
' and -alone, the
sole snrvlvor and livlns pioneer of Clnoinnati under-
eriiera oi lew.
The largest ions aver sustained by any Insnranos
company at one Ore In Ohio waa by the .cVttta, ml
y as oi
mi income, Apni, iboi, ano amountea iobhs.u
mostly paid prior to thirty days after the tire.
Loaeea paid in Cincinnati during the past ilx years,
Cash Capital, - - $1,500,000!
Absolute and unimpaired, with a net surplus of
And tha prestige of forty-one years' success and ax
perlenoe. Investments of
Over 1100,000 In Ohio Securities
FIBB AND INLAND NAVIGATION
Btflki acct'DUU at termi coaslstent with iolvency
nd fair proflw. KipKial attention giveii to iDsur
aooe of Dwellioga umI oonUota for terma of on tc
Application mad to any duly anthorffeod agenl
aromntlv sittendsMl to. Bv triul nttAnllnn tn a Wit.
mat Inauranoa builnoan, tfala Oompany It anHtled
to oner iMn mnniiiiiy ior tn ptmi ana Hocuruy loi
hn imarrj. roiiciw Lavuea wiioou. aeiay uy
CARTER, dc IaINDSKY. Aarentii.
No. 40 Maln-ttraet, and No. 171 Vinv-atreut.
J. JF. HOOKER, Amnt, Fnlton, 17th Ward
r. Duiii.Anini, ijoTinKton, &y.
fell ay O. P. BUCHANAN, Nwport, Ky.
Devoted Solely to Fire Insurance.
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS.
Ij. 1,009118, President.
II. KELLOGG, Hecretarr.
Thla Well-known and reliahla lioranratlnn rnnlln.
nes, at Its Agency In this oity, to Issue Policies against
loss or damage bj Fire, on nearly every description
yaieiuH pruperiy, as current raise.
Losses Paid at this Agency.
J. J. BKRNI, City Agent. 33 West TUird st.
J. B. Minn, Solicitor.
JOB M. KENNEDY, Agent, Covington.
Branch Office Phoenix Insurance Co.
33 Vest Third-street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Agents appointed, Losses adjusted and
Correspondence oromntlv attended to. Tiish,
Blanks furnished Agents, and the business of the
'lupnur iu tue nesiern, norm-western uod south
western States and Territorlee nndnr thH sutrviBinn
UU UMHUSVUIOUI us
II. H. cV B. M. MAOILL.
Ja7-cm QENEHAL AQBMT8.
National Insuranoe Company,
Marine, Inland Transportation
and Fire Risks.
TAKEN AT CURRENT RATES.
E. It. Smith, Robert Moore,
Thoe. R. B ffn. Hnnrv Mill
J11HN RrTHAAVNK p.y.nl
H. 0. Dim. Becretnrv.
noa-bftn P. A. 8PBIQMAN. Surveyor.
Western Insuranoe Company
iirnvin tub becond story b
' w- - - uebweea nain ana oyc.
This Comnanv is tAtrln VIm t-i-j j u .
aojusieQ ana promptly paid.
r. KAstnrt. r Hull a nr t
Surff"ae" w-u.Vomto !. O. B. Stone,
IhaaAn. T nraohn,.. rt T.. '
OlaarwTtS. Thi.: BTillotl, ' ""'m'
jr. EUHA.BT, Fraildent.
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WILLIAM M. HUNTER,
! 896 VKMB-HTREET.
, (Bncoeasor to Knowlton Taft,)
CINCINNATI FUEL COMPANY,
COAL-TAED AND OFFICE,
la K. T1HHU-HTRKET
Delivered at the lowest market rates.
solicited and promptly exwuted.
W.M. HUBBELL. Secretary.
NlLE8W0RB (frly CMorg. L Hank.,) No.
140 Eaat Becoud-stroet, Cincinnati.
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JS.UIV rATSI AND - H.
vine ai i. mn i.sn
:er-beer Cocks and
otkr VaUUttie) aiwaya on baud,
THOMAS F1BTU, 8up.riuteuo.nt.
ROOFING I ROOFING!
Metal Bonf n n-ul if. v. i . - .
"isnsnosei ears In tble olty aud v
Appllea to Bat or sleep, old or new build.
No solder used fastened securely without eg.
i . . . m.-.. -iiia uuvi
rnEsno sneeia. iwih fir am
u I Leo ouiiea,oan no
ISa Wrt Heotmd-strMtt.
West AYoarth-atrooH. .,,.,
R SOBiriNO ADDITIONM TO
s aasorlmont of vVaeulieo. Jewelry.
and ltti.ui mill. '
A A ii. - - l.tJ ... .
y tat Opera-glsasns.
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,: BTBHT MOBNIIVO,
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Three Dollars and a Hair a Tear
TINB-HT., BSTWSSN TBIBD AND FOURTH
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The Proprietors of the Daily Paus offer to the
ubllo a complete newspaper, into which more mat
tor Is condensed than is contained In soma dailies ot
much greater pretensions In site, and which they
furnish at a price that brings It within the reach of
every man and woman In Clnoinnati, who are able to
Wo ask a fair comparison of the Paxes with tho
other papers of this city or of any other city, and the
judgment of our readers whother we do not farntah
a paper equally attractive at one-half, or lees than
half the cost of the other Cincinnati dallies.
Tax Daily Pbebs, siuco it came under tho present
management, has lncroueed rapidly In oircnlation,
and has now probably as large a circulation within
the city of Cincinnati as any other journal, and is In
creasing at a rate equal to the most sanguine-oxpeo.
Utious of Its proprietors.
Kroro Its large circulation, and from Its sice which
makes advertisement much more conspicuous than
they cau bo in tho targe papers, Taa Daily Pasw
offers the most valuable advertising medium in this
city. Its advertising business has largely Increased.
and its columns are a respectable exhibit of the bust-
noes and enterprise of the city. Its columns an e
peclally looked to for a large does of advertisements ol
"Wants" and "Tot Bale," nnd for servants, etc.,
which almost Invariably bring prompt answers.
Peoplo who are ont of employment, or who want
help of auy kind, can place their needs before thou
sands of the laboring or employing classes by a twen-
ty-Svo-cent advertisement la Thi Daily Fbiss.
Tux Daily Fbiss has also a larger circulation In
Covington and Newport than the aggregate of all the
other Cincinnati papers.
Business men In Cincinnati can lu no way Increase
their bnslnesa so easily and certainly as by advertls
Ing In this paper.
Uoutos can be ensiiy usiubllshed for the Paid
Pbess In any of the towns within a day's dls
tauceof Clnelnnatl by railroad, and carriers will and
that a little energy and labor will build up routes
which will be vuluablo to them; and the great nuin
her of a one-cunt paper that can be distributed la al
most any town, will furnish a handsome Income to the
We are ready to make arraugeineul for routes In
towns not yet occupied, with persons who can furnish
satisfactory assurances of character aud meponsl.
INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS
Foreign and Domestic News, Litera
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COMMENCING APRIL 11,
OFFICR OF THE DAILY PRESS,
Vine-st., opp. Custom' Hours.
H. KEED & CO..
One Dollar a Year.
To nucoiireo tho formation o Ulubs TWELVE
PAPERS will be sent to one address for NINE DOL
LARS, aud a greater uumber In that ratio.
Tits Wtimr Paaas will be a complete Family
Jonrnal, second tn the merit and variety of Its con-
tools, to no psper In the country. This, and the low
prlro at which Is offered, especially to clubs, Is ex.
soctod to give It a large circulation, both North aud
ADVERTISE IN THE
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8EM0VE0 FROM M WEST, BIXTU-trTT.
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Family and Plantation Sewing,
FHOM THE T1IRY FLATTER ING
manner in which our Machines have been re
oelved by the public, resulting in the sale of up-
are led to bolleve that our endeavors to manufac
ture a reliable Machlno have been appreciated. We
take this opportunity tn remark that this policy will
remain unchanged, aud that every Machine sold by
we shall not hesitate to warrant in every respect.
The Orovcr A Baker Family Machine has one ad
vantage which Is worthy of special attention, in ad
dition to the beauty, strength and elasticity of the
miwu, mm Mi , ii aupia(ion to eitner
Light, Modium or Heavy Fabric,
Rendering It. for Family Work, snperlor to any other
Machine in the market.
macninns or every pattern constantly on exhlbl.
tlon, for the convenience of purchasers. Young La-
uich, eapnnoncea in me use oi them, and courteous
their manners, are constantly on hnnd to receive
vuitura or purcnasers.
aw BEND FOB A CIRCWLAB. "W
GItOVEH sfe XI AKK It
SEWING MACHINE CO.,1
58 WEST FOURTH-STREET
NEW STYLE '
The attention of famine, is now for the first time
publicly asked by tho manufacturers tn their i
They have submitted It te trial and the critical
judgment of tho beat mechanics and experts, by all
wnom it nas been ooncedod to be one of tho
BEST MACHINES IN TDE MARKET
This Machine Is now pot before tho public on Its
menu, ana will be found equal to the most oi
penslvs machines, in all the following particulars,
" some reepeoi. aiiogetner superior i
in simplicity of construction and action l
durability and nou-llabllltv to .t ont of
In the auallty and amount of work which
do In a given time i
In the facility with which It will work ... -it
of fabrics, from tho coarsest to tho finest
ano textures ;
In the ease with which one can lean, tn it
"While with cheapness, combined with
and in the ease with which it runs, It Is with'
a parallel :
and linen can b. mwd from ..
Persons In want of Machine, are nimHhii.
to call and examine our. before n..k..t..
Agents, traveling and local, are wanted tn Un
wrougnoui tne united States,
W. E. BRAMAN & CO.,
COB. FOURTH AND WA1NUT,
M! OiNOINATI, OHIO.
HALL,vCARROLL & CO..
19 and IT Eaat riAinmhl....
"wfcrd of OKK TIIODBAND DO!,.
to inT luraiin that nn ns. ai.a ... .
a single Instance wherein they have failed 2
we Challenge all competition, as
the best Fire Proof. Burglar Pr.tof. or i'lrs
uuraiar rrooi now miL-et unrf - wnti-. A .,
u.a..i.itiii.-; .,.7 -v vr r "".".p w
f." "e union, ano tne party
flrst to forfeit to the other tne sum of SiTooo.
are prepared to furnish . tu.t.-r aata a .. . i
uuui iu-utunir lu tho VaiUi
Safes of other makers also on hand.
.lock beore purchasing elawharo.
HALL, CARROLL & CO..
N os. H and 17 East Oolnmbla-streel.
Xo You AVjint
ADVERTISE IN THE
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jPA .PIHtf'B raBFABUli ' ttLDll
aPAliDlNG'S PHKPAKKO OxjUKI
SPALDING'S PasiPAatKP QL-CH
aver "A Htttch la Time Bare NlaoWl
As aocidents will happen, even ia well-traVsM
, it is very dMlr.bl. to ..v. . nhs aS
coo van lent
BPALDIHO'8 FB.1PABKB LtTl
Meats all snoh omergenoleo, and ae aoanehoM saa
aOord to bo withont It. II la always raady aad as to
the ariokag point. Thm It longar a mas est ty tat
llraplngchaira, splintered venoars, h sadl ess aolis asat
broken eradlea. It la lost tbartlc.Ssrn, ahaB
and other oraaaiontal work, so popmlav with laalss
refinement and taste.
This admirable preparation ki sjaeA eold, Mag
ofaevloally held la solntlea, and aoaassalag all tho
valnablosoallUosef the best omMaet-aaaAers' sinew
may bo need la the piece of erdlaary ataoilagm,
being vastly more adhesive. i
-ositroii is stmt souim."
If. B. A Brash accompanies saoh bottla. Pries
Whale, ale) Dopwt, No. 4 8 Ceelae otroot. N. 1
Addrass BBNKY C SPALDIRtf CO
'. Boa No. , Wow Ters.
Put up for Dealers la Oases containing rear, olgkl
and twelve doaeaa beautiful Lithograph Show-card
tooempanylng each package.
AWT A tingle package of BPALDIBO'S PBsV
PABED OLCI wlU save ten times Its coot etutaallf
Bold by all prominent Stationers, LVragglsta, Hard-
war, and Taralture Dealers, Grocers and Fancy
Ooontry Merchants should makoa Dots of BPALBw
INO'B PBEPABBD OLDS, whoa making a thou
Hat. It wti stand any oHmeta.
SPALDING'S PBEPABKO flLtDSI
DBSrVIi IB IBVIBT HOCBS. -'
BPALDIHO'8 PBIP1BBD OLDB,
BOLD BT BTATIONBBB.
BPALDIRO'S PBBPABBD OLDS,
BOLD Bt DB0OOI8T8, i
BPALDINO'B PBIPAB1D OLtjm,
BOLD BT HABDWABB DBALEB8.
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OLD BY B0Dt)B-rnBMIBHIMO8T0BH.
BPALDIKO'8 PBEPABBD OLCB,
BOLD BT tOBNITDBl DBALIB8. ,
BPALDINO'B PBEPABBD OLUB,
. BOLD BT PAMOY-OOODB DIALERS.
BPALDINO'B PBEPABED OLCB,
BOLD BT OBO0EB8. . .,
' BPALDINO'B PBEPABBD OLDS.
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UMBY C. SPALDING cV CO.,
S CsasMt.1 New fork.
a.aaresa roatomos, Box No. sOD.
Anaexod la an Alphabotloal List of Article, whlct
damaged, may bo restored to their original
itrength and nsofolneas by
SPALDING'S PRKTAKBD OLCB.
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u..menas i; HA I) l.JUJ.,..
H.,.Mende HA UPS.
.uds INLAID WORK..
.Mends M1BB0K FHAMES.
Mends NIFWICI. PnttTM
Mends SnfAH .
Mends 0MBRELLA BTI0K8..,.. t
Mends TASKS ,,.L. ..V
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Mends XTLIlflffipiiiouriioB i
TABD STICKS . Y
Mends XKPRVa wit'irt .SWBiCI TT
Dnoiiunoii. ...t.1,1 M naH.
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in osnrssB MTEirrrMifwiDSM m i
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Mende EUO -fiKATC RJ1 " , , j
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Mend. Fl LLKT-WOBK..JTn.
. Mend. KALKIODSUOPEcC
-M.nd. PICTURE FBAMEb!ZI
..Msnds VENKEttlNO. J.. .'.7..'.
menus BUUUUb rUBNITOBE.
M.nd. I'API EB M AOHE.JZl
.M.nd. PABIAB MABbTsC
M.nda BAR f-JTIMPrna
.mends WASH STANDS.
Mends fH khnmicw"
....Mends BALLOT BOXES
tuvusa nsnaaiunH . - m
SI ends RAlllf ni l Mttij nm An
M.ftds B A W T 1 Hit v Sin
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...Mends BI DEHOA RDS.
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BOLD C STATION EBB. . .
TALDmO U PBEPABBD OLOB,
OLD BT DBPOOiBTS. ,
TALDIBO-8 PBEPABBD OLUB.
BOLD BTf OBOOEBA. !
brALCIBO'S PBEPABBD OLUB.
OLD BT HABDWABB ITOEEa.
BFALDIRO'B PHEPABED GLUE,
OLD BT HOOBE-FOBNIBaUQ STtfEBS, i
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Doan each, a tw.ntlr.1 Lithograph!,
Card acoompulo. sack paokaaa. i
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rr V?' n" oaD b. found at her rasnl. ut.
. PMtiPrownt And future trtnU b silsi.iAts7
fl "yneys, lawsuits, love, uatriuoiv, lot.
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—AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON& DAYTON
' .! XZtJftZS.
—AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON& DAYTON RAILROADS.
sfkN AND AFTKB 11 ON OA Y, JUNK li
lewt. trains wll
1., Il.ttll Will UIHI , M iuu"-a .
f. K X PU KHi From Cincinnati. II.
Ilton and Dayton Depot For Hamilton, Blcarflond,
Intllanapolls, Lonnsrort, Peyton. Ao.
Tl.'lO A. Bl. JiXPK KHM-Frnm Utile Miami
Depot, and from Cfiicinnatl-.Hamlltrtn and Payt'tn
DeoottJonnect. via Oilumntis antl Clevelnnii ; via
Oolumtiua. Oreetltn. and PlttsMirg! via Columbus
Steubmvlll. and Pittebnrg ; via Columbns, Bt'latr
and Benwood; and via UoloiAbus. Belairand Pltls
bnrg; also fur Hprtnpfielri and Delaware.
7i:iO A. M, BXPHKMS-Krom Uinclnnatl,
Bnmilton and Dayton Depot Also connects at Day
ton for Springfield, Urbanaand Sandusky; and with
Dayton and Michigan Road for Troy, Piqna, Sidney,
Lima. Tort Warnn and Chlr.a.n- Also fur Toledo.
Detroit and all point. In Oanada.
8 A. M. From Cincinnati, Hamilton and Day
ton Depot Accommodation for Hamilton and Way
Stations 1 connects at Hamilton for Oxford, Ac.
10 A.M. KXPRKMt-Krom Little Miaul De
pot ConnecU via Columbus and Belair and Ben
wood; via Colnrabus, Belair and Pittsburg; via
Columbus. Crestline and Pittsburg, and via Colnra-
UUSMIU t l.TVIUUl
'tst.iu r m.
tl.10 P. M. 8XPRKK S-From Cincinnati,
rlatnilton and Davton lienot for Davton. Hnrlna-
fleld, ITrbana, Bellefontalue and Kenton; also nt
H-.au, v. . i.nun, uviiotvuMiiun atiiu AViiHtit, mv n.
Dayton for Columbus I connect, via Hamilton for
menmona, Indianapolis, and au points west.
Cincinnati, Hamilton and
snot For Hamilton and all Wir Htatlonsl
connects at Hamilton for Oxford, Ao.
4 P. JU. From Little Miami Depot Accommo
dation for Columbus, stopping at all Way Stations;
also for Springfield
no ior nDnntrnntii.
0 P. Ju.-From Little Miami Depot Accommo-
atlon ror Aenla, stopping at Way Stations.
6 P. M. KXPRKHS-From Cincinnati, nam-
ttavne and Chicago i also for Toledo,
all point. In Cnada ; connect, via
Hamilton mr Ktchmond, Logansport, Ao
IIP. Iff. KXPRKHS From Little Miami De.
Pt ConnocM via Columbus, Hteubenville and Pitt.,
urg; via Colnmbns, Creetllne and Pittsburg; vln
Columbus and Cleveland; via Colnmbus, Belair and
Benwood; aud via Uoluinbua, Belair and Pittsburg.
' BLEKPINQ-0AB8 ON THIS TBAIN.
For all Information ami Thtmt.h Tlrknta bInim
apply at the Offices, south-east corner of Front and
oroaaway ; west aide or Vine-street, between the
Postomce and the Burnet House l No. 1 Burn' t
Uouse ; No. 5 Kast Third-stieet; Sixth-atroet De
pot, aud at the Eiwt Front-stroet Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which Is seven min
utes faster than Cincinnati time.
r. w. SI'ttADKK, General Ticket Agent.
Omnibuses call for niuisenirem bv leitvin. rilrnctlotia
at the Ticket Office.. ap30
—AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON& DAYTON RAILROADS. COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
rV7&Q1!?AJ,I.'Y TRAINS FOR VIN.
M. CENNEH. Oalra and Mt TTnnla . t ...is r M
l uroe ui
nllyralns for Loulaville at 4iSS A. M.,
P. M. aud Si.1.1 p. M.
One traia for Evaneville at 4l25 A. M.
The trains connect at St. Louis Ior all polo is
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal. Oulncv and Ken.
uk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vlcksburirl
Matches aud New Orleans.
One through train on Sunday at 5i33 P. M.
Returning, fast line leavee East Bt. Louis, Sundays
izcented. ul 1. If.. --!!.. - , 1 . i
at r A. M
Il.lt A 6 V. ' v.w.u,., Ml
"SKtn reas train leaves St. I.onls daily at 7r30 P. M,
wrivlng at Cincinnati at Ti30 A. M.
For throueh tickets tn all nnlnt. Bnrf Hm.o.
please apply at the offices: Wsluut-street House, be'
tweeu Sixth and Seventh-streets; No. 1 Burnet Uouso,
wrner emce; North-weet corner Front and Broad,
jay; Spencer House Office, and at the Depot, corner
fron-aud Mill-. treats. Omnibuses cell fur naesen.
" B. FLINT.
Pis Vice President
RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS
—AND— Cincinnati & Chicago
Three dally throuijU trains leave 81 xth -street Done t
at s) A. M. and
no ai;iO P. M. and P. M.
XhJPOTAslh to Indianitnolisi wittioos
ru-u. i ' u
At Richmond, with fli.,.-innut ..i r,,.i-.. i,n
f0!.' o'And,??,, and all point, on the Bellefon.
wu, miiiwu nine; n-oiromo, Liogansport, Peru and
11 points on the Wabash Valley Railroad.
At Indianapolis for Terra Haote, Mattoon, Pane.
3t. Louis and Illinois Central Ballroad.
s.m f!r uvllle, Tolono, Oeeatnr, Spring
Ballroad uino' na Hannibal and St. os.ph
At Chlcasro for Racine. Kenoshss Milwankle, La-
towaOlty rI aa wnien, Keck Island and
Th. St P nr ejt.i. . .
- - -. -...... umkob uunii ovnneouon as
RXr'M LogaIi;rt' P0" "d Burlingtoi
Ba Iroad, for Oilman, EI Paso. Peoria. Burlmn,,.
fisUnce Urg' aJeu""l Dunlelth, nuking tho
IWENTT-FITE MILES BHORTEB
' THAN BT ANT OTHER BOCTE,
IOO MILES SHORTER
1U1J VJA OU10AQO.
fare as Low and Time as Quick
,; nr) uj aaj uiuer XbOUie.
and village., it offers to patrons more pleasant acoom
ojodatlon lor safety, comfort and interest than any
btnalis Rfitifa tTrtov tit. sluiu -1 -J . . or
in iir . uaUAOSA PUlUltsl,
wot i irouK n xtcksju or any Airtiier infomatlmi b
iur aad uppl t
IMWftlnnttrwt. between Fourth a.nd riflb-ttrMta.
BlAjir ttflnsafsn hi rtrt ass
Wptofoe-Vlll"','a'' b'w""1 furae't Uouso an
Oinclnnatl, Hamilton and Dayton repot, Fifth ana
. A. M. MOBBOW,
8HIPM AN Passenger AgeiP """"""
WOmnlliiiMfui will sms 1 1 A. i i
their name, at either of thi Ticket Omcea. """""
W. H. SMITH. Agent.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
Hfffl SIS .P?, .PA?s T WDIANAP.
THREE PASSENGER TRAIN
Leave (llnclnuatl dally from tho toot of MU1 ant
,Si40A.M.-0aJl0AOO MAIL.-Arrlvos at Ia.
Ui".ai!','il,a,,t1.l,:47.A T: Chicago at s P. M " "
Ilfail A. MI. Tairrat Mati.t. ...J T -T. ... A
anapollsa I10:4SP. M.! Chicago at 7:3(1 A. M.
lhUM?n., fn'ri"; AUohwi ? 11, o'sbt-tralnson
ohannofcaY. "" vmcago without
sMFBo sure you are In the right tlcket-offlco belora
purchase your ticket, and ask lor Uck.uTvU
Lawrenoeburg and Indianapolis. M "
Fare the same, and tin.. -I..,-,.. ..
i ny otner
a?!,11" checked through.
n.;.... . "roauway aud S rout: No. f
fl i East Third uiLi "!? Walnuttreet Hou..i
Miro5nnbt SrW'l.,ld 1! J"" omceoot o
can b. had. ' " u "ooeaaary tulorm.-
Omuibiuw. rua to and from .s ... -i
for piusengera i at all k-.H-uj. a.tA aUutresof th.
n,mL A j us. 7 t a m ..
,DR. MERIT WELLS.
evth and Via. and U,oluSHi0.
LIBT OF PRICES FOB PLATE wnir.
?. l TuioaarrslW "rm'
vottth ' V aries ) '.
ilracting teelh.,, T" -.11 to II,
-.1 -a - , -yrtr
a17-cm .. ..o ceuta.
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