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THE BATTLE OF WAR AND LIFE.
BY WM. CULLEN BRYANT.
This podm, written aiany wi mo, baa nut been
Id print for Mm (In, ud U not generally known,
eltliotmh the ninth itaaaa If en of th. stereotyped
quotations of onr native tongue:
Once this eoft turf, thli rivulet'a anuria.
Were trampled by a niirryiiia" crowd.
An J nary hearts and armed hamla,
Klicounterpii iu Uie Dattle-cloutl.
Ah! never shall the land forireT
" Hm gushed th life hlood of her brave
! - ln-hed warm with hope anil courage yet,
. I'pon the .oil they .ought to aave,
!tow all la ralm, nj fresh, and still;
Alone the clilrp of twittering hlnl.
And talk uf children n the hill,
And bell of wondering kind are heard.
No solemn host goija trailing by
The Mnck-tnontlicd gnn and staggering wain;
Men start not at the battle cry
Oh! he it never heard againl
Ronn reated thnee who fought: but thou
V ho mingle, in the harrier strlle
For truth whlrh men receive not now,
Thy warfare only ends with life.
A frlendleaa warfare! lingering long ,
Thpoiah weary day and weary year;
A wild and tnany-weaponed throng
, llauii on thy front, and Hank thy roar.
Yet nerve thy spirit t Ilia pre',
And blench m,t at thy chosen lot;
Tlie timid good may itand aloof,
The aage may frown, yet faint thou not.
ior heed tha shaft ton surely east,
The foul and hissing lolt of worn;
For with thy aide shall dwell at last.
The victory of endurauoe boru.
Truth, crushed to earth, shall rise agaln-x
The eternal years of ijod are hers; w
ltiit Krror, wonnded, writhes in pain.
And die among liia worshipers.
Yoa.'thongh thon lie upon the duet.
When they who helped thee fi.e in fear,
Pie full of hope and manly trust,
Like those who lell iu battle here!
A nother hand t hy sword shall wield,
Another hand the standard wave,
'Till from the trilmpet'a mouth is pealed
The blast of triumph o'er thy grave.
English Opinion Concerning thee American
The London Star, the special organ of the
liberal party in England, defends the United
States Government from complicity in the
slave-trade, charged by the TiraM, and then
turns upon the British Government with
Home facts which the Timet ought to bare
meditated and to have made some allow
ance for: '
But then England is accused of insincerity
and hypocrisy in this question, and, in the
I'uited States Senate, language is uttered
which had better have been left unspoken.
Yet it is not for us too warmly to resent it.
Of the unselfishness, sincerity, and pure hu
manity of the British people on this subject,
no man, we believe, either in Europe or
America, entertains a shadow of doubt. But
the arrangements under which our African
squadron acts, together witu other circum
stances, are such as not unnaturally suggest
the possibility of other motives in the Gov
ernment thun the desire to suppress the trade
Bimply. When it is pointed out that those
negroes which are captured by British cruis
ers are not returned to Africa, hut are turned
on the contrary to valuable use for the in
terests of British Colonies, what have we to
It is notorions to all the world that labor
is so much wauted in Jamaica that the plant
ers there would be willing and anxious to
revive the slave trade if they could, and nre
actually carrying on a trade in coolies, which
is a slave trade under another name. Well,
why should the British Government expose
itself to misrepresentation by taking captured
negroes to Jamaica? An American, whose
nation can not possibly derive any advantage
from capturing slave ships aud their cargoes,
may be nlloned to ask whether the negroes
taken by the British cruisers are captured for
the purpose of suppressing the slave trade,
or of supplying the wants of the British West
India pluntersf As the Britisbofticers receive
. . i i i'. 11 i i
xj ucihi Mir uii cupiureu, iuu, it is eviuent
that it is their interest rather to allow cargoes
to be shipped than to prevent the slnvers
from taking them on boar J; but the chief blot
iu the arrangement is the carrying of them
to British possessions where labor is wanted,
uml where they are not landed as freemen,
but under obligations to work. Add to this
that the British Government, to which Spain
has bound herself over and over again to put
' down the trade to Culm, and which has ac
tually paid .Spain immense sums of money as
consideration for such suppression, does
nothing to exact the fulfillment of this duty
from the court of Madrid. This is unac
countable. The trade is carried on notoriously with
the sanction of Spain, the great functionaries
of whose government, and memhersof whose
royal family, make immense fortunes out of
it. Why does not the British Government
insist bn the execution of this treaty? By
doing ho it would lie doing more to end the
trade in African slaves than can he Accom
plished by the united exertions of the British
and United (States squadrons united; but if
insurmountable obstacles, of which we know
nothing, interpose in the way of this why
not cease appropriating the captured negroes
to our own use, and so remove from our ar
rangements that which leaves our motives
naturally open to the suspicion of those to
whom a thoughtless or mischievous section
of our press and politicians never omit an
opportunity of unjustifiably denouncing as
favorable to the slave trade?"
A Kentuckian's Opinion of John C. Breckinridge
Hon. Garrett Davis wrote as follows in a
recent letter of John C. Breckinridge:
Mr. Breckinridge is a gentleman of good
talents, of liue manners, and of easy and
graceful elocution. Jiis habits are indolent,
and his attainments And thoughts superticinl.
lie is cool, cautious and selfish, and yet a tine
lioon companion, lie has lieen a practioing
lawyer for lit teen years, frequently a candi
date for popular ottice, and a member of the
Btale and National Legislatures; and where
are his evidences of intellect or statesmanship?
Echo answers, where? What hag be ever
done, or said, or written, to carry his name
to the next generation? His life and history
can be embodied in five phrases: "Lawyer,
"Member of the Kentucky Legislature,"
"Representative in Congreia," "Vice-IJresi-
dent," aud "Senator elect," and there can be
neither addition or amplification. Discretion
and luck have achieved for him all tbi offi
I have not taken into the account that he
was s Major in the Mexican War, because he
brought not one laurel leaf from that service.
But this doubtless was for the want of op
portunity, the war being over before he
reached the field of operations, for Major
Breckinridge is unquestionably a gallant and
chivalrous gentleman and soldier. A few
years ago luck promised to confer the crown
ing honor upon this young Portunus. Old
Buck had like to have died at the National
Hotel in Washinirton. and Mr. Krwkinriiinw
left for Kentucky without imbibing any of
puiauu. as oiu duck uta not die,, I tnen
began to suspect that his luck had abandoned
him; and this suspicion has been confirmed
by the fact that old Buck, from being his
euetuy, has changed to be bis friend, aud is
making stump speeches for him. His dis
cretion, too, baa left him, or lie never would
have accepted this nomination. And with
luck aud discretion both gone, how can Mr.
Breckinridge t frieuds hope tbut he can ever
reach the Presidency?
A Valoabli Abmob fob Gabwiloi. A
French armorer has sent to Garibaldi a gift
of a coat of mail, dagger proof aud bullet
proof. Its workmanship is perfect, and it ii
valued at upward of 6,000 francs. It may be
worn under the uniform like a shirt, for it is
extremely flexible, light and portable.
Tooohins Exhibition or Royal Filial
Guibv. The young King of Dohomey not long
since sacrificed two hundred slave! on the
grave of his father. Being a little short of
the number required fur doing the thing in
good style, he made a temporary loan of part
of tne"ict'in from the baraocoons on the
coast. Having discharged thi, filial duty, he
set out on 1a slave hum to obtain means to
pay tbis dout of honor.
:v4 iA .vr jacaaUT' ;
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER,
SUNOATS NOT EXCEPTED.
IT. Xt,13T3T Ac Co.
SEVEN CENTS PER WEEK!
Three Dollars and a Half a Tear
VimC-HT., BKTWKKN TH1KD AND FOURTH
OFP. TUB WNTOM-IIOl8K,
The Proprietor! of tbe Daimt ravu offer to t
u bile a complete newapaper, Into which mom runt-
tor li 001 1 doused than ii contained In eomo dalllea of
much (creator pretcunloni In ileo, aud whJah they
furuUh at a prico that brings It within tha roach of
terr man aud woman In Cincinnati1, who are aide to
We uk ft fair com pari ion or tbo Pbkm with the
other pa peri of this cltf or of any other cltf , and the
Judgment of our readers whether we do not fiirnlib
a paper equally attractive at oue-half, or leea than
half the out of the other Cfuclunatl dalltee.
Thi Daily Fbubs, ilnce it came under the printout
management, baa increased rapidly In circulation,
and haa now probably a targe a circulation within
the olty of Cincinnati a any other journal, and ! In
creating at a rate equal to the most taugulue ezpec
tatfoua of Ita proprietor.
From ita large clroolatlon, and from Ita alze which
anakee advertisement much more eoimpfcuoui than
they cau bo In tho large paper, Tn Dailt PaErtg
offers the moit ralnaWle adrurttoluft medium In thin
city. Ita advertising bt.Mnewi haa largely Increased,
and Its columns are a respectable exhibit of the busi
ness and enterprise of the city. Its columus are m
pHclaTly looked to for a large class of advertisements of
' Wants and " Foi Pule," and for servants, etc.,
which almost Invariably bring prompt answers.
People who ate out of employment, or who want
help of any kind, can place their needs before thou
and of tha laboring or employing classes by a twen
ty-five-cent advertisement in Tna Daily Pbehs.
Thi: Daily Pkehs bos also a larger circulation Iu
Covington aud Newport than the aggregate of all the
other Cincinnati papera.
Business men iu Cincinnati can iu no way lnorease
their business so easily and certainly as by ad vert Is
lng In this paper.
Boutea can be easily established for the Daily
Prem in any of the towns within a day's dls
tancn of Cincinnati by railroad, and carriers will find
that a little energy and labor will build tip routes
which will be valuable to them; and the great num
ber of a oue-cent paper tluU can beUintributi'd iu al
most any town, will furnish a handiotue income to the
We are ready to make arraugementa for routes in
towns not yet occupied, with persona who can furnish
satisfactory assurances of character and respousl
INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS
Foreig and Domestic News, Litera
ture, Science, The Arts, Com
merce, Agriculture, IYIq
. OFFICE OF THE DAILY PRESS,
Vine-st., opp. Custom House.
H. REED & GO.,
One Dollar a Year,
IN AD VANCK,
To .nooaraK. th. ;forauUluu o Olubt TWELVB
PAFKBS will twMDt toon, addraw fur MINK DHL
I1AU8, and a xreatar nuoilwr In that ratio.
Ta Wsexlt rasas will lo a complete rauillr
Journal, .sound la tbo merit aud var(ptr or Ita con
teau, to no pa par In th. oountty. This, aud Uta low
trie at which la olterod, eapeclallr to club., la ax.
aactwl to gin It a larg. circulation, bath North and
A. I T II TJ 18. ' H
FRUIT CANS & JARS,
Tk. beat now in um, and all
prepared for aeallns.
Trad. Depot for th. Waat,
34 Bast Paarl-at., Cincinnati.
JOMEPfl It. GREEN, Aaeat.
Bend for a Trad. Circular, JrS-f
W. . SALBWia. . I. BALDWIN
BALDWIN AV BALDWIN,
ATTOKNBY4 AT I.AW.HANK fUTII.n-
n imt. n't, nan intra
UIHTDI. CI1TC1HIM.-1 FINK ART1.
mm CLE. fur Priutluff diuimsmm, from ho. 1 to Mo. S
inuluBiv.. just raceivfa ana ir sai. vj
NIXON, UUA7I Il,n A WOODS,
IT as. WtlMit si
SAKDINKM.-5 CAHKH HAH DINKS, OV
lata luisurtation AAttON A. COLTKII,
Mil tfiVaud If'aU lliu-a
aI V . V
rKKFITl IN BYICRY noiT8K FOR
monuinf rurnurt iur, i;rocKorf , uiMnwsr,
WhnlMMkJo IAfMt. Vo. 4 ftMnr-atrtvit. New York.
AddreM . 11KNBY 0. hl'ALKLNO A O.,
Rn No. .ft. N V.trh.
Pat np ftr Iflrt In rat ronUiniim four, eUtii,
card crnmpftDyUirV mch pnekiftf.. . del-ay
WEST & WILSON'S
Family Sewiiig Machine I
IKHH COMPLICATION THAN ANY
M other nnw in ni. It will utitrh, hpm, tiirk,
KHihor, make cord and mhroldr teutifiilly. It
will work ou all kind of fabric, from the finentto
uie cmrwii. nn KimiH 01 utreftu caa ve wmu intra
tun original Rpnoi.
Perni'iai In wunt of a Machlna ar nwtrtfiillT In
Tifdl t call and exnmiue ouni befiro pun: having
fiitK'wuerv. until imnii uwuu A no.
Foiir diHira InjIow Fourth, cast sMe.
ARonts wanted. jyn M. K. RVBULT.
ANYTHING TO SELL?
ADVERTISE IN THE
OHIO WHITE SIW SI'RIKS!
Delaware County, Ohio,
OPEN TO VISITORS SEEKING HEALTH OR PLEASURE,
FROM JUNE TO OCTOBER.
TICKETS FOR THE ROUND THIP,
95. Pr Little Miami Kailroad and IMnr-iimMti.
Hamilton aud IMvtou Kailroad. at .'tfl A. K1 . vIm
Tickets tor th. Hound Trip, 4 per Ilttl. Miami
iallroad, at TtllO anil 10 A. M. and It P. M.. and
rr Clucmuati, Hamilton and Dayton Kailroad, at
1.10 A. M., via l.'olumhus. to Lowts Ceutur.
r or roonui or utbur iuformation, addreaa
A. WIL80N, JR.,
, White Sulphur PoatofJ ,
irti tt Delawar. County, Ohio.
CELEBRATED AND SUPEBIOK
Especlally for Summer Use.
TIIKY ARK EXTRA IN WIZK, AND OK
the most exiiuisite davor. Mo t.x munh or lull...
saved In setting them up. The object waa to get up
AN 'XTHA ARTICLKI
Which rweo ucceasfiill- accomplished.
GIVE THEM RIAL SATISFACTION WARRANTED 1
ROBERT ORR, Agent,
Jel-eodtf Depot No. 11 West Fifth-street.
. II. P. ELIAS'S
Watch & Jewelry House,
16 West Fourth-street,
Wiirrb CAN BE HAD EVERY ARTI-
v !l,b appertainimt to the business, at a much
leas prloe, for UAtiii, than has ever before bveuottored
iu Ihia market.
WIVE US A CALL
And see fcr rouraelvea.
BSaOS c SMITH,
no. o west F.arth-.ireet,
A RK NOW R ECK1VING ADDITIONS TO
il. their larire ajuiurtinauL of Watuliaa. J.wulra
Hilverware aud Diamonds.
AL.BU A Due aaaortmentorriatrt Tea B.IS an
fjutlarr and Opera-glaaaea.
LOIGIIRT'S PEACII DEPOT,
NO. l'J4 FOUETH-BT. OOHMSRCIAL OrtlCI BUII.DINO.
ON AND AKTKRJl7l,y !M), I WILL
I)HVO M ilAllv Mimnlv of IViu'Iiam ihiritiu ft...
kuij, for Hulit Ly the box or baxkut.
jyiy-ni JOHN 0. LOUGH I Y.
Kt'MMNU'ANH, JARH, ROTTI.RH,
Ac. Mtiuutactorv ;9 Viue.street, two aud
auuarea auuth uf the Unmet House.
JAMKSJ. HU1LKU, Agent,
(Ian lupplr any qnantltr at low price..
Wines and Liquors.
SPAR HI.INO CATAWBA WINEl HT1I.I,
Catawba Wine: Pure Old Port Wiue ; Pure Old
maueira vine: im noiiroon vv nisky J tnrt irrencu
Urauilr ; Old Holland Ola i Old Jamaica Knm.
oeieciea especiauy lor medicinal use. For aalo by
AL1IKI1T WJSS, DriiKxiat,
JyS H. W. cor. Central av. aud Ulslilli-at.
Old Castile Soap.
OLD CAHTILB HOAP LOW'H BROWN
V ludsor Moup; Low'a- Honey rtoep ; Jenny
LindHoup; Moas Hose Soap : Oeranium Hoap ; Musk
Soup; (.Icon's Hoiiev Hoaprdleun'a Urowu Wind,
or Boap ; Olenu't White vrinilsor Hoar.. For aale by
ALUKItT HOH8, llniBiii.t,
JyS HW. cor. Oeutral.av. and FigUth.at.
BBMOVKD yU0M ftWEHT B1XTU-HTBKKT,
M ON R Y LOAN K D ON WATCH KM, JKW.
ratw of .ntvri'Mt, t ho. 1J J Y (root, Votwewu
tjgtt- W. BOWLER,
Pit OFEHmOR IN THE VKTKHINARV
00LLKOK Of HIlllUalllNH. OOlce, No. lit
alxth.air.til, b.tw.u Mala and Walnut, luaclouatl.
llaukH'B Bell and Brass Foundry.
M1LK8 WORKS, (formcrlr 0org L. HanIu,)Mo.
140 ltt 8acoud-itrejtt Cincinnati.
nBLT.MKEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
or made tuordar, of any iii up to (S.txJO puuad.
audtacbun wanted. Kvrr raiiety or Braui
Work, and BraM and Oompoaitlon Ctuttluga made to
ordr. Alaoon hand. Bal'bitt Metl aud SpAltcr Bui
der, tad Try deauription of yinliibad raaw Work.
IKON P1PB AND . H.
Particular attention . van to bteamboat Work, inch
ait WroiiKht-lroB l'ipiiiff and JTlttimfi put iip; 8ff io
lUuwnni. Krixiua Bella, o. Lajfr-bar Oocka and
another farwuna aiway nanu.
TiiUMAB YlHTll. SuaerlaUndant.
W 1 1,1,1AM DIHNEV ATTOHNEV-AT
UW, Uliaa BulMrnn' , Kaat Tulrd-at.
r - f .T
GRO VER & BAKEH'S
Family and Plantation Sewing.
I7R01f TI1K VERY FLATTER INfl
mminrr In whirh imr Mnchiuoa have hwn re
o'irrd hy the public. iranUhig in the mIu uf up
W an h'd tn bl ivi that our tMinVaroni to mannfar
tnro a relUMe Alarhine liavtH bwn approiiatiil. Wo
tHttA thin opporliinily t rmiark that thin polh r i"
rrmaln itiii-han'l, and that omry Mnchhio wild hjr
u wo nlin.ll not ln'iitat to wurrant In nwory rnp,.'t.
Tho (,rtirr A Baker Fiuully Mrwhine hiia ont ad
Tantniff which in worthy of h pre ml Mttoiitn-n, in ml
diiton t th iHtauty, Mtronirth and p)nrtlclty of the
tltch.and thai is, ita adaptation toeitlnr
Light, Modinm or Heavy Fabric,
Hendfrinir It, for Family Work, superior to any other
Aliirhtiin In tho nmrkot. ,
Machtura of rvery ptittrn mntitantly on eshlhl
lion, for tht flouvmitcucn of pnrchafmra. Ynnnit !a
then, oxpwricnri-d in tlinurn'of thuin, and r,ourteoun
In their inantirrH, nro connlHiitly on baud to rucoive
lady viBitontor purvhaitora.
-8KND FOU A CI ItCITI.A R. "
GrHOVTCH 4c BAKKB,
SKWING MACHINE COn
58 WEST FOURTH-STREET
W.E.Br am an &Co.'s
The attention of fnmiliM la now fur tho flrat time
publicly an hed by tbo nanufcturor to their now
Thoy hTo auhniittrd It to trial and the critical
judgment of tho hwt moruanlca and exportat by all
of whom It has boon cooccdwl to bo one of the
BEST MACHINES IX TOE MARKET I
Thla Mibchlno la now put before tbe public on It
own merits, and will be found equal to the moat e
pensive machines, in all the following particulars,
and Id some ruspouts altogether superior :
1. In simplicity of construction and action ;
J. In durability and non-liability to get put of
3. Iu the quality and amount of work which It
will do In a given time ;
4.-In the facility with which It will work on all
kinds of fabrics, from the coarsest to the finest
cloths And text urea; g
6. I u the ease with which one can learn to use It f
. While with cheapness, combined with excel
lence, aud In the ease with which It runs, It is with
out a parallel ; a
'.Cotton, silk and linen can be used from tha
Persons In want of Machines are respectfully In
litod to call and examine ours before purchasing
Agents, traveling and local, are wanted to sell this
machine throughout tho United States.
W. E. B ITA IV! AN & CO.,
COR. FOURTH AND WALNUT,
ia " C1N01NRATI, OHIO.
tiALL, CARROLL & CO.,
Nm. Ift mm4 17 Kumt Columhlm-atrfiot.
flllllC 11 OHT lfFI,IAni,K KIKK AND
1. id'lUil.AH PUiior 8AHaP.-Tli.-y Imve givoa
Diorw HAtlHliutloTi than any oilier now In Urw
We ottt.r a roward of ONK TIKtUHAND BOTj
IiAHS to tuy p riou thut au, up to the present time,
sltow a siuule liiHtuiue whorein they have fulled to
prt-rurve tlii-ir roiilento.
With thi. HAKK we cballnKo.all competition, as
lt-lnK the 1 lent, Kire Frool, J.urulur I'roof, or rlre
and Bnrtfliir I'roof now made; a rn I are willing to teat
with any eHiat'linlimi'iit in the Union, aud tlie party
failing rimt to for f.-it to the otiier the mluu of I.ihW.
We are prepared to furnish a better Hefe, and at lens
C4t, than any other mauuueturer Iu the United
Heuond-hand Kafes of other makers also ou baud.
vt e reMp.cttul.y Invite th public to call aud euuu
tue our stock before punhasfug elsewhere.
HALL, CAHROLL & CO.,
aul ar Hi. IS and 17 Kaat Uolnnibla-atrMt.
TJo You Wiin t
ADVERTISE IN THE
19 WKN1 OURTHSTR EST.
0AHUBL U. WlWCJUltBTBIi, Ontter. p-W
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
Don't Read This I
RUT OK Tllfc AOR.-Dr. CAl.VIN. Crnu rly
ot Lomlon and Hnltiniore lloepitaln, where be hus
had miuiy yearn pra' liee in Hie tn ulny nt of re
nreal dineneoa, hnt more rerently of Mnd-u, where
nrh ilim'nwa arn to tie found In tbrlr miikeM ftirm.
During hit praetkn there, In roiinertioii with Dr.
Don ANTONIO DK LAU8VAt.lii:H, or tho
ninut eminent rhvrtlniani in Mexteo and Mpwln, tlny
dlworered a remedy In one of Oie Mexlrnu plautN,
anil found ontr In Woutliern Mextro, t lt: t ruiieen, as
If by oiHSle, all the veuereal taint from the hyitnit
in the primary or eecondary form, HphiHs, In the
wont siage, pnrmanently ntred in a very Hlmrt time,
r.mt the nyntpin thnroiifthly cleaneed and puro, an
f It had nV(ir been rontamlnnted hy that wot t nf
all ii iwMjrvMi. Hrnhtlfs. Ht-rnfiilra. I.otmnr ami nl
kindn of corruption of the blotHl and litrtrupe of the
skin removed pernmneTiily and uoi kly hy thin now
erfnlagent and alderof nature, " Mexican t,rerltiV
No one need he red need to a Releton, nod Hotter the
tortures of the Iniiuintllou, ami rohhed of his fiwt
dotlnr, and tit ill not cured. Ir. ('a)vin alno hi a! till
kinds of citron le dieranes with greiit sitceis. Med
icine only to pay for, aa all Olneune are treitted free
of chnrgo, except hy special contract. Persons eta
dlNtince can 1m treated byHeudiiiff rerrert sinte
menta of their ca"e by letter, and ton rent In
KwtHife tttainps. t'all on or adclrees Ir. t'AIV(N,
Hixth-Htreet, belwmm Vine aud Wnlnilt-street,
t;incinnuti, Ohio, Now is the time to-morrow mny
bo loo late.
The Doctor baa located permanently lo the city t
and ran at all times Ih fuund at his ollue,
Brend for Circular.
No. 59 Sixth-street.
O. E. NEWTON, Ma D.,
OFFICE NO. 90 WKST HF.VKNTII-ST.
bctwfvn Vine and Itartt, Ki'sidi'iico No. Itl'J
Wat Mavnnth4trMt, betwotm Tltiaanil Ilat'e. illtiut
hour. 7,'i tiin'iA. M. tt Uli P. M.I I to a P. M,
WILLIAM Ma HUNTER,
(Httccessor to Knowlton A Taft.) .
TWEM WALNUT and V INK, '
1TADAiIR T:riJS, FKMAl.K 1MITAN.
1(JAL rilYhlOlAN.-Mudniue Khl.lM'H n K
KINK ELIXIR never falls to euro nil kindt of dis
jh"h of the Uterus, tho Kidneys, Ovariee, Ulmlder
aud Urethra, PmlapetiM (falling) Uterle, Inflattimu
.ion and Ulceration of the Womh, no matter of how
tong standing, permanently cured by the use of the
Madame refers with pleasure to the following card
of oue of tlie best druggists In tbe city ;
" To fas Public and th Lalii im Particular:
We, the niiderslgned, are not In tbe habit of gtT
lng our name to I'.itcut Medicine; but kuowing well
the Lady rityslnan, and the medielnn railed I lis
tlterlne Klixir,' wo cheerfully recommend It to all fn
uialeti suiterinu from Kemale DieeaHifs uf any kind; it
Is purely vetfctnlile, and in no cane rati do injury; we
ay to all try. and our word fr it, rmi will Hnd relief.
'K. D.1I1IL, Druggist.
"Corner of Kilth aud Haco-streets,"
N. B.-Kor sale at the nrinelruil nftire. 144 Went
Hlxth-st., betweeu Here and Kim; KDWAliD SCAN
LAN A Co., corner of Main and Kouitb-sts. ; F. I.
HILL, corner ot Itace and i Ii -Mt . : and dnm-
giftt geiieriill)- lliti'imhout the city and country.
Madame KLL18 has returned from the Htiuth. and
can he tuuud at her office, 141 West aufclh-nt.. nt
alt times. iel7
.'" 11 1,1 r
AHTROr.OOY.-MADAMK BKI.I, It K
HI'ECTV'ULLY announces that she comnjiivs
businei's again, andean lie fnutul at Jier reeide-i. e,
No. 47, on the wont sid of Jones-street, between
Linn and Cutter and Liberty and Wade, where she
foretells pant, present and future events by planets,
iiuiutriiry, or py euros, iohij tuose wno may wi-tn
o consult her on the luck of buxiuess. or anv under'
taking, journeys, lawsuits, love, matrimony, lot
tery tickets, perfect satisfaction will be ulven.
Honrs from 9 A. M. to 9 I. M. I'rires lew JTilteen
oenta for rutin ine the letters on the name, jv-'al-ain
AND C0RRUATE IRON ROOFS,
(AllCIIRD AND FLAT,)
lie AM rilKAP AH WOO II. ANI1 OITIL
Jm. muuiifuctory ia capable of supply iuk auy Ue
luaiifl, l'orniBatr,(l Trim Hliita rmiHtaiittv on hnnd. nr all
sizes, paiiitoil and ntaly for aliipuieut, with full iu
atructious for applying tliHin.
L,rAvn nriiuraat no r.st 'iJiirn si.
llMEr.Y & CO.
J. W1Z213I3, Jit.,
IAItl RECEIVING DAILY, BY EX
1'IIK8H, tlie vary nnwoat stylos of Runnets. Uib-
bons, Fbrnch ARTirictar. Flowers, ,,nn,iiHBN'a
Uats, Hi.aiiKB, CajtrKS, Ilond Lat-Bs, Htraw Trim
MiMust Bonnrt Franks and Milliiikry Goods.
Wholoiala and Rotail,
na24 NO. 134 FIFTU-8TUKIT. '
THE DAILY PRESS
hah th ai-
Largest City Circulation !
AUG. A. BKNNKTT.
B. KITTREDQE & CO.
134 MAIN-ST., CIN., 0. SiSiJW
KITTREDCB & F0LS0M,
85 Ht. bar-a-a, New ivrlenna. Imtu
Guna and Hportinit Apparatus,
TIIK CITNAHD LINK-HTKAM FHUM
via Queetistown. British and North JJtfJr .Jft,
Anieriean Hoyal Mail Company's V2T W'TlX
BcrewBteamers.Al Sl'KALAHtAW. "itfi-l U JU-.
3,oo tuns, Capt. "Hockley; K'l'N A,- W1"
V.itn tuns. Cant. Andersou i JI'ltA, 2,4'm tuns, Cant.
Moody; KL1M R, lt,3(S) tuns, Oapt. Cook ; aud oilier
uiaKitincent aud powerful Hteamers, will aail I rum
Nvw York every alternate ThuifxlHy for LnerpooL
calliuiiat ueeustuwu, to land pasvena-ers aud ilia
RATKfl nif PAHHAHR
CABIN fiir 5. Children under IKyears of aite half
price, initio in iret. 'ine;al'lu passeiigera will have
a table amply supplied with fresh provisions of the
best quality. All Cabin rgutsltts fwltti beds, bed
dtn, towels, Ac.) are provided by tlie Cotnpauy.
Winus, Hjiirits and malt Ui.uorii can ba obtuiued ou
board at moderate rates.
HrUUUAUK-iMO. Chlldifoander 12 years of
balf price. Infant Tlie HleHrae laMMeugerat
have to provide theiuHidves with beds, beddiuR and
towels ; also a knife and fork each, one table-Hpouu..
oue tea-spoon, one tiu plate and one drinking can.
They will be allowed provisions ot the Lm-dI guality
as much as they can eat. cooked and served by the
Ciiniiiativ's servants, and aurh niUMMiiaTiir will Im nn.
pl It'd with three quarts of water daily. J'ersons
winning loseua iur ineir inenas cap uutam cert lo
cates of passage.
From cork to New Tork $!10 for adnlts; children
under 12 years half price: under I year MS.
From Liverpool to Mew York 1ftO for adults;
children undr 12 years half price, under 1 year M.I.
These bteaiusrs are built of Iron, in water-tin-ht
oompartmetits, carry each an experienced siiihuou.
and every attention is paid to the comfort unit ac
cJiuniodatiou of paHSfiiffera. As they proceed direct
to Cork, the ffreat riak and delay of culling at Ht.
John's U avoided. For passnMu. apply to tlOoUK Vlfi.
AHK ELL A ELLIOT, I.V Biay. New-folk.
ir to our Agent, , WM. U, AJAUltY A CO..
JylO CinciuBatl, 0.
VRW flAAD M. JfTHT HVCVIWU. A
yroM CouUiiejital Bau. For aa'o. wlioliUw
aud rutali, by A. MoOONA LI) A CO., ,
OV ana oraucu 4tf waat Kourtn-ii,
MONTREAL" AND PORTLAND!
: FORMAL OriiNlNO OF THR
Toledo, Detfoit and Canada Line 1
CINCINNATI, HAMILTON AND DAYTON
DAYTON AND MICIIIOAN - .
, . ANI- , "
fWllI I H f 3 RAND OPKNINU IIAVINO
Jl (icon p-tpi.iM-d until now, an opportunity is af
forded vtilm" ttie refection if the I'rinre of
VYiil.-s, th llhitninfitiun d the Victoria Hri.U--, Dls-
..r h ..fwiirlr. . at 1..i.rrcx.l .. .
Itomid Trip Th kel- . ' '
Cincinnnti to rortlmid and return ; Good from
Auirti-t 1, to H.'plrmlH'i 10- will be placed on sale at
the Offices of the Ciinpiinie on tho ilMh ins t, and
mniaiu until Aiii7iiite. inclitfllve.
(line nil Ticket Agent.
Isicorparated 181 fl.-iliartnr rerpetsj&l.
Cash Capital Enlaraed Half Million
- of DoilarsI i -
AIJKNCV FSTABMSIIKD IN tlNilN
W ATI In iH'.j.l, aiile.ihitinK all present loral
insurance compniiii'n.nd aneneit fn the Insurance
burdixmH In this city. Thirty-five years' couHtant
duly here, combined wilh wealth, ex per ie nre. enter-
frih nod lilrailly, eNperially commend the Rtna
osuratire tkiuipany to the favorable patronage ol
tbis coinmiinfiy ttitmliiiK solitary and alone, the
sole survivor and living pi-.umir of Cincinnati under
The largest loss ever suitufiied by any Insurance
eommtiv at nne t" In Ohio was by the Atna, at
Chillicotlio, April, lrt2. and amouiibfl to ?lH,!Ol 67,
nxsuly paid prior lo thirty dnvs after thn lire.
ifoasus pitid in t'lnriumtti during the past, six yoara,
Absolute aud unimpaired, with a net surplus of
-H l.t I J .17.
And the prestlne ot forty-one years' saeoes and ex
perience, ltiverituietite of
Over $100,000 In Ohio Securities
YlKM AND INLAND NAVIGATION.
Kinks accented nt terms consistent with aolveno
and fair proiits. lfinpeeiitl a'tentlon givt-n to Insur
ance of Dwelling's and cont ents for tonus off ono to
Application in fide to any duly authorised a Rent
rromptly nltended to. Jy slrict attention to letfit
nmte Infliirance lnMincHi, this C'ouipatiy is enamed
to oiler ImiIIi tielemnity for the pat and security fur
tho lutupi, l'olictos IhbiiviI without delay by
CAKTKR fic lilNDSBV, Acrnte.
No. 4ti Mjt in -street, and No. 171 Vine-street,
J. HOOKEK, Aet, Fulton, 17th Ward,
1. IHINII. AtceM, t;uiiiKtou, hy.
fclt ay V. V. Kl.TCJH A N AN, Newport, Ky.
Devoted Solely to Tiro - Ininrhnce.
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS,
8. 1.. I.OOIIIS, Frraidnnt.
II. HHI.I.Ori9, Herniary.
Tills woll.kiiuwn anil relialjlo Vjrsrallon oonlln
um, at its Airnncy In this city, ti Issue rolicitsiaiilnst
ltma nr itatiiiiuu liv 'irf . mi naiirlv iiverv diitcriDtion
of pursuuul iropurty, at curreut rataa.
Losses Paid at this Agency.
J. J. TIKRMR. City Agoi, 33 Wmt Tlilrd-at.
J. D. Mkkkkr, llcltor.
JOK M. AKNNKPY, Arnt, (Jovlogton.
Branch Office Phoenix Insurance Co.,
33 Wmt Tlilnl-stiwt, Cincinnati, Ohio, - I
T" Aironla appointed, Lossna afljnsted and paid,
(irrv,SHniliiiico promptly nttndt-d tu. lusuraliua
Itlanks fiiriilshi'il AMonts, uml tlm Imslnoss of tlia
Company in lli Wt'stoni, Nnrlh-wiisloru anil Houth,
wi-mIitu Ulatas mill 'IVrrituriea undor thv lupervialou
and nmnaKi-'meut of
ii. if. & ii. nr. niAGii.T,,
Jo27-om KMKItAb AUKNTS.
W. Ij. & dTgevans,
HAVP. THIS DAY HE.1IOVKD TO TUB
iJiilliling uf lliu Bauk uf llio Ohio Valloy,
NO. 3 WKST TUIUU-ST.
a Bctwaeu Walnut anil Vino. , i
Tliuy rontinnr, tu ropresfut tlie fulluwing well,
known and rululilo cunipauiva, viuj
iioiiir ins. to, ui now lorK H.nHM....Sl.UIW,M
Niagara J-'iro Ins, I'o. of Now York ..,
North Anifr. Kiro In, t'o. of Nt York..
Ht'clirily Fire Ins, Co. of New York
West Muss. Kirn Ins. Co. of Now York.
Mertiiants' Flru Ins. Cu. uf New York
New York Life Ins. C. uf New York Sl,M7,M3 63
Charter (lak Lliu Ins. Cu. ol 'Hartford,
Coui M7.87H 5
National Insurance Company,
OK KICK KfM'TII-M'KMT CORNUK OF
MAIN AMIKUUNT-bTUriKTB. , .
Murine, Inland Transportation
- and Fire Risks.
TAKEN AT CURRENT RATKS.
Johu HurKoynn, ,K. M.Hmitli, Holsrt Moore,
Win. Ilepworth, I'lnis. I,. Moore, M. Keehuinior.
r. X. WIMonier, Thus. Oiik, 8. W. (Smith,
J. Ij. bos., . Thus. II. Biiira, Henry Kills. -
II. ('. UkKau, Beirelnry.
BoH-bfiii 1'. A. HPHIUMAN, Surveyor.
Western Insurance Company
OKKICK IN TIIK KWND HTOHT
No. II rout.alrm;t, uvtwevu Alain aud Syca
more. 'I bis Company lat.iking Kire, Inland and Marin,
IIikUs at cui rent rauia n preniinin.
Losses fairly ljusled aud promptly puid.
T. T. K. kert, V. Hall. H. W. I'ouieroy,
Win. til. n, W, C. Whltrher, W. 0. lliiuii, ,
B..I.I. Mlleliell, W.ll. Conwtuuk I,. O. K. Stoi..
llotil. Bitcliauau, V. (1. Kliaw, Ite.i Klall, '
Wiu. tllir, Heth Kiaus, J. H. Tsarle,
TiaiM (liusou, II. Bra hiiinim, J.U.Ishaui.
U. Clearwator, Thus. II. BNInll,
u T. IT. kiOkKUT, rre.lu.ut.
HTeeiiKN Morsii, Hcureiary. uu.
CINCINNATI FUEL " COMPANY,
1 COAL-YAUl) AN tlFFICK, ;
No. loa K. Til IRri-HTJlJCKWC,
C O A. Ij W.
Delivered at tho Inweit market ratm. -
'Ord.rs toUoiteil and proroiitlr ei.cnted.
vf.at. uuuiiaiiii, Baretair.
Uil,JP!1Vu,H2TH?W0 BAft HON
IK i UriU, w bamp llvn poundi vu n.
AAUHN A Clll I'M It
RAILROADS. OHIO WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
Round Trip Tickets to Lewis Center,
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia —AND—
CINCINNATI,HAMILTON AND DAYTON
TICKP.TH NOW ON HAI.K AT TIIK
unices oi th. 'jompnnies,
P. W. HTRADKIl.
jy17-anl fleneral Ticket Aiienf.
COLUMBUS AND XENIA
—AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
—AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON RAILROADS!
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, JUNK II,
IhOO, TrltM will l.pttrt hm f-illown :
0 A. Il. FXFH KHK-Krom IMitrhinntf. Ilrim
11 ton mid Iy(ou Depot Kor II mull ton, Kichnioiula
IinlifttHipiilJri, Loi(Hiitip.,rt, I'riyton, Ar.
7i.'I0 A, Itl. FXlMtr.MH-Kn.t.i l,ltll MlKtnl
pppot, ami from tJiiicliiriHtt, Hamilton mikI If) fMi
IiMit OiuniK t vitt Cohunnii nnl I Ufvr)nril ; riih
ColmnlHi, (JriwIlliHv im) I'lUthurfi : tI t'olnnilittg
Ktcnt.'uvill mill Fittahnre; tIa (Viiimhiir,, Itolnlr
anil 1I)mwhmI; ami vU Cliimlini, lli'luir mid fUln
Lurir; nlun fur Hprlni-H'M t.ntl Doluwur..
7 f.Ut A, KXl'H KHM Vrum (Mn- lmmtl,
IlHinilton and Pnytdii Depot AUn ronn.'i tt- at Dny
Ioq for ripriiiv llitlii, HrlrMim and HmidiiKky; aiil wilb
Dtiyttui and JnichiKan Koad for Tny, l'i'iua, HidtK'y,
Lima, Fnrt Wnyno and t'htrno, Al-w i,r Tuld.
aUutroit and nil pulutt in ( 'anuria.
H A- Jf. Kroin I'lnrtntmtl, Hantlltmi and Pny
ton l)cpotArooDimoilHllon for HiintilUm and War
Htatloiifj : oofiiiei trt at HiimMrnn for cixtord, &r..
10 A. M. KXPH KSS Krnm l.miit MIhiiiI In.
Hit-0onnctii via Columlimi and llchiir and Dt'ii
Wood; via t'olniubun, Itflatr and riltrilmrc; i
ConiinbiiH. fjrlliii0 and 1'ittMburg, and tia (joluiu
ii.,10 P Jl- KX PR RM-Krom riuclnnatl,
Haiuilton and Ji.rU'B Dpot Knr Day t fit, NpriiiK
fleld. Urhana, IMIftfuntatn and Ktnton; aloo at
Pny ion for Oolumluw; connecN via 11 hid II tun tor
Uirlmiond, Iiidlannpdlfi, and hi) potu!) Wr.t..
P. III. -Prom t'lnriunatl, Hamlltou and
Vytn Iicpot For Hamilton mid all Way HlatKum;
coiutveta at Hamilton tor Oxford, An.
4 P. M. From Littln Miami Pfpnt; Arronimrt
datton for Oolninbiu, atoppiiiK at all Way Htattou ;
H P. 11. frrom filttln Miami T.pot AccumiiM
dutluii tor Xfiila, Htc'PphiaT Ht Way Mtallona.
41 P. JH. KPKKSK-lroni Oiuntiinnti, Ham.
Iltou and layUn lt'pot For Troy. I'l'ina, Hiiinny,
Lima, Fort Wayne and diiraffo; also lor ToWlo,
Dvtrolt and all rolnln In tanada; ruumctt i
Uamilton for ItirfniKind, Ijosttnitptirt, o
11 P. Il. KXI'K KS-From I,lttl Miami I
pt Coiiuect via IJomiiihii, Htctli"livill and Pitt,
bnrf ; via CoIiiihImixv (!i-illlno and I'ittt'iirif . vii
Colnnitnia ami i'lfv.'fiiiiii; via t'lilmnlHiu, Htlair and
Ben wood; and via Oulnmbnn, Bflair and I'iltdbtiiK.
HI.KRPlNtJ-CAHS ON THIS TWAIN.
For all Information and Through Tlcht plaMi
npplr at tho OHlcfri, oiith-t at corner ol Front and
B roadway ; went (d of Vin-itreet, between tlo?
rcntollic3 and ".he Burnet Houne: N-, I Burn-t
House ; No. 5 Kaat Third-ntrwt ; Hixtli.treot Ve
pot, aud at th liwt Front-ttrtwt l)pot.
Tmtus run by CduuihuH time, which is leven nilu
utes raster than f 'i nci m ni 1 1 tuna.
V. W. KTHAPKH, Gent-ral Ticket Aecnt.
Omnibus- call fur panHiigtra by leaviug diructiot.fl
at Hie Ticket (MUcwi. span
COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
11 WO D A I f . Y T It A 1NH FOR VI Nm
. CKNNK8. Cairo aud bt. Luuil at 4M A. M,
aud 5i35 P. M.
Tline dally tmlua for Lotilavilla at 4t& A. M...
M. aud .135 P. W.
Vlnccnnea Accommotlatiou leavtm at P.-M.
One train for EvauKvllloaC 4i!,' A. Ai.
Tha trains conuoot at Ht. Lnuii for all pntntu q
KaniHta and NobraHkii. IfumiiLnl, Qnitmy and Koo
kuk; at Ht. Louiaud (Vtrofor Minniiia. Vlr.kl-ff
Aitttobon Aiitl New Olit-HIIH.
Out through tnilu on Humlay at HiiiH P. M.
Ib'tumiuB. fitnt line l;uv- Kitat $1. Louia, hundnyg
Kxrvpttd, ut 9 A. M.a arrhiug at CiuclnHati at
9ift0 P. M.
KxprHHa train Uavea HI. Lot tin dally at 7t20 P. H.
arrlviiift at Cinrinnatl at ?t;iO A. M.
For tbniuflh tli keta to all indnti Went and Bout h,
rlaa apply at tho oUIi-oh: Waluut-MtrcHt lloitan. tw
woen Hixlh and trt)vi'iith-stnTft; No. 1 Burnnt Houha.
ooruer fllce; Nortli-wt coruor Front aud Broad
way; opt'ncwr llouwi OIul-p, and at the Itapot. corner
Krtnaud MUltreeta. OniuibuiHM call furp.wnun-
K. r I j I H T,
RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS
Cincinnati & Chicago
Cincinnati & Chicago RAILROADS.
GttEAT THOIITROi;TB T TM8
INDIAN APOLIH, TKKKK HAflTB,
BT. I.OUIH, LAKAYETTK.
Three daily tlironeh traina leave Blxtll-ai reet Deft I
at A. at. and 2au P. M. aud 1'. M. .
Xbrvasb to Indianrtpolia wltliont
OUanue of Can,
At Blolimond, with Clneinnntl and (hli ao Kail.
road, for Anderaoo and all point, on the llellelou.
talne Kailroad Line; Knkoiun, Iioansport. Peru and
all point, on the Wahasli Vallev Kailroad.
At Iiidlaiuipolis lor Term iliinto, lilattovn, Pana.
Ht. Louia anil Illinois Uentnil Mlroail.
At Lafayotte for iianville, Tolono, llerntnr, SprtnaT -Held,
Kuplea, Quincy, aud Iiauiiibal and tit. Jueepb
At (Jiiica.o for Karlne, Kenosha, Mllwaukfe, l,a.
eroaMi, Ht. Paul, Prairi. du Chlen, Itock Island au4
The 6 P. M. TraiD ninbea direet cnnnertlon at
Iioicansport wilh I.oKanspoi t, Pool ia and ilurlluiitoa
Kailroad, Itir tliltunn, Kl I'aso, Peoria, lliirlinKtou,
Uuincy, Ouloaliui'idUaleuaaud Duuleitu, uiakiiui the
TWMTY-FIVE MILES SIIORTEI.
THAN IIT ANY OTIIEli HOUTH,
THAN VIA 1111 IU AU0.
Fare as Low and Time as Quick
as hy any other Koutc.
Thla la exclusively a Wealern and North-western
Route, liavhiK aa favuralil. arrangement Willi rou
naetiiiM RimmIs aa any otiier KouU'. Paasing through
a liiKlilyiilliraled country, wilh nuiiieroua towna
and villitKesi It ollera to i:ilroua mure pleasant axni
modaliou loraatety.eouilort and interest than any
other ilout. fur the alNire named poinu.
kor ThroiiHh Tickula or auy furl her tuformutlou b
jure aud apply at
16 Walnnttreet, between fourth aud rirtu-atieat.
near UibMn House;
Norlh.eiMl oiriier Front and HroadwaYt
West side Viue-atreet, betweeu Buruet Houia and
Olncliiuati, llaaiUton and Dayton Denot.'riflh and
UiathHitneW. D. M. MOltftoW,
. .. ., . Hiiporluleud.ut
tt . nnirs.n. rasaenirar Agent.
fOiuuiiiusea will rail lor paamniiera by leavlna
lelr nauioaat eith.rof theTirket (illl. es.
W. U. HMI l ll, A.ent.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
NOi"ANrI OK C'A R H Til INUIANAP.
ill, IS, at which plate it uullea with railroada
fcr aud houi all poiuta iu the West aud Nurtu.wt.i,
THKICS PAHHKNUIIB TBAlNrl
Irtvave Cincinnati dally front th. foot of Hill and
,8i40 A. M.-0UI0AOO MAIL. -Arrive, at Iu.
dluiianolia at 10:47 A. il.; ClilcuKo at 8 P. M.
I liAO A. HI. Terre Hb. lie and I.alayeite Acooin.
ntislationarr 111 latlnilinanpolls at :Ait P M
(I F. IM.-t'llUJAilO eXPIlliSU.-Arrlves at Iu.li.
auapollsa llll;,(,P. M.I Chioaoat 7:3(1 A. M
Bloupluf Ca liar, altauhed to all iilnht. trains on
thi. Tiue. aud run through to Ohloaxo without
ohaiige of care.
ay-Ue sure yon an In tha right tlcket-oSloe be fcr.
youpiirelias. yonr tl.ket, and ask liw tkkaU vhT
Lawr.uceburg and ludlanapolla.
roufe llfm Uor,,r b "7 "
liuKiaire atierked thronch.
I ll fitWiU TICK K.3d nnti used, be ob.
tamed at the ticket ofHrxa, at apencer ll us. Corner
North-wiMl corner f Broudwa7 acd VrorTll No 1
Jliiruot House corner; at tho Wa'ijt-alreat ; HVn'J,
tion 5 i. had 1 Wh" notw fwiaa.
' Uinuibusea run to and from each train, and will
call for paa.en.-or. at all hotels, and all park ?ufTba
city, ;by kavlHiaddfaaiatoilherom.e.
U. 0. tUItD, Priajldout.