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Til fcHAl frYPKESS.
SNOWDROPS AND THEIR SIGNIFICANCE.
lerlr snowdrops! Parla unfoldent
lanahea' a b!ue-er,'d child In glee.
Mingled with th.ororna g"ldn
Ys .hall snake a wreath for met
While the lo Is on th river.
And ita gnshlng lung If dumb, '.
Xre tht arrowy eunbefttr.s QUlrer, 1
At th. pnr.le tloleta onus.
Barly snowdrops, white and shining, .
Skid mother wilh ft sigh.
O'er a little grave you're twining.
Pare as anppl's nigs on hiich;
When my eoul ie tempest driroil,
Tb'we starred portals brighten there.
Poth mr little Boee In Heaven
Wreathed oclestlal snuwdrup rear?
Early anowdr w, flowers of blessing, .
Sell a lick girl, bending low,
Shall 1 aee the sun care-sing
. Juoe'a Telr iu.es ere 1 go.
Tn my noOtewhern jomafuines growing,
0 or tbe porch where iunrl.e bunt?
lilt my tears ye urife to tlowiug.
Xfti'ljr tnoadrupt, e w.ts llr.t.
torly snowdrops, mei'k and lowlj .
Ai the thoughts our childhood knew,
Trres of tilth so hlgii and holy.
Waiered hrealvstlon's dew;
Angel flowers to mortal! granted,
I caching men white thoughts to wear,
ChUilr---n'H souls to Hoaven transplanted
Once earth's early snowdrops ere.
A Parli corretpondent, writing under date
of Jnly 13, it responsible for tbe following
pttit morctauot gcandal in European courts:
A food deal of Imperial scandal ia just
now on the tapu. It ia Mid that tbe Emperor
made it a point tttt he should be present at
tbe opening of hie uncle Jerome's paper and
that Prince Napoleon'3 reply was they bad
tilready been remoTed for eaf'e custody to
England. It is boldly asserted that among
them are letters ftom Louis, Ex-King of
Holland, solemnly asserting that the mar
riage of Horteuse and himself was never
consummated, and tbat consequently every
cbild of hers was illegitimate. Kay,
more, tbat he wai from the first conversant
with tbe intrigne that had subsisted between
Napoleon I and his wife, and that as for Louis
XaDoleon. he was as much the son of the
Dutch Admiral as Count Morney was that
vaunt nannm. it au una oe irue, it is possible
that Prince Napoleon msv think to hold
these letters in Urrorm over tbe bead of the
Smptror j not tbat I should think the man
who with hit own right arm, and his own
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Duuujj uHu, una liovu iu ma ureagiib tuiijr
bight would bate one jot ot his pretensions
irom any nugDear ot mis Kin a.
But queer things happen in all families,
even when they are so well regulated as
t- iirj, mi .
ueurge ua Atiirug. mere was in iaci
believe he is still living a man called by his
intimates Tommy Garth. It was whispered
that he was the son of one of George tbe
Third s daughters bv General Garth. One
day, however, the General believed himself
to oe in txtrtmu, and calling to bis bedside
bis putative son, he desired him, after his
death, to inspect a certain cabinet, ot which
be gave him the key, as in it he would find
packet of letters of trreat iinrjurtunce to him.
The General got well, but Tommy Garth's
curiosity was so excited that he managed to
fei noia ot toe papers, notwithstanding,
her were in the handwriting of George li t
thanking General Garth for savingthe honor
or bis lamily, anaot the Uulie ot York, tbe
Prince of Wales, tbe Duke of Cumberland,
and the Princess Sonhia. rosceetinir his birth.
The Duke of York's letter to the Prince
Wales was to say in very familiar terms
. . . . 1 . 1 1 , .
inaicopnim was wuu cniiu Dy urnesi, ana
that there was the devil to pay: and there
were letters from tbe Princess SoDhia and
tbe Duke of Cnmmberland (Ernest) admit
ting tne gentle impeachment. Uartn, who
was troubled with little delicacy, took post
and hastened to Frogmore, where the
Princess Sophia, was telling the lady in wait
ing that he wanted to see bis "mother." Of
course tie wdonid tb,ia filial request. But
tbe following day Sir Herbert Taylor paid him
a visit, and having heard his statement, and,
in fact, seen the documents, demanded the
price of them. "Ten thousand a year and
peerage," was the reply. He returned
day ortwo after and ottered 5, OOOayear and
a place about the Court. All things were
ready for sienatures. wben. at the eleventh
hour, it was discovered that Garth had an
attested copy of the documents taken, which.
of course, entirely neutralized the value of
tbe originals, the negotiation, therefore,
fell to the ground: but Tommy Garth to this
uuj ia suppunea, am iota, oy lae uourt.
He is always in prison; but when things
come to the worst, and be is about to take
tbe benefit of tbe insolvent act, ai5 angel
comes to him unawares, pays his liabilities
and avoids all exoosure.
Soma years ago be ran away with the
beautiful wife of Sir Jacob Astley, and
daughter of Six Henrv Dashwood. She for
sook a handsome husband and 40,000 a year
to share penury and Imprisonment with little
iai uarto. cue uiea snout a year atler, hav
ing oorne Dim a daughter.
A Model Nurse-Girl—Feeding a Child on
The Wilmington (Del.) Gazette says: "Tbe
circumstance which this item records oc
curred in Brandywine Hundred, New Castle
County, some weeks ago. Mr. Lewis Welden
and lady have a fine little child, now some
six months old, for which tbev had orocured
a colored girl, of twelve or fourteen years of
age, aa nurse. Alter the girl had charge of
me cniia a snort time, it Decunie puny, sick,
and fretful, with very unusual symptoms,
which caused the mother to suspect that
something wag wrong. In order to satisfy
herself, Mrs. W. one morning gave out that
.v. : . r 1 . 1 I
sus was, Kuiug iu visit n aeiKoour, ana wouiu
be gone for several hours. She then secreted
herself where she could observe the girl's
movements. She had been watching but a
few minutes, when, to her unspeakable hor
Tor, tbe taw the girl get a large pin-cushion
and begin putting the pins in the child's
month, and trvintr to make it twallow them.
The girl wai immediately secured, and
chvaician called in. who. bv the nnnlirAtmn
of proper remedies, succeeded in dislodging
six or eight pins of large size from tbe child's
ttomacn, wnne several more were extracted
from the mouth and throat. It is believed
that tht grave tbe baby, from time to time.
about two dozen of the pins, but, under
careful management, they have nearly or
guile all been extracted, and it now flourishe
Snely, tbougb its lite was tor a lone time dc
anaired of. The crirl was sent awar. hut
utterly refused to tell bow many pins she bad
given tbe cbild, or what was her object in
doing to. It ia believed, however, tbat the
became tired or nursing it, ana toon tbit plan
to pnt it out or tn way.
BiaouLAi 'Waom About Cioab Smokimo.
A man in England hat won a wager of
by smoking eleven pounds of strong cigars
within twelve hours. The feat was accom
plished on a steamboat between London and
Chelsea. The task was began at ten- A. M
and ended at seven P. M. In tbe course
nine hours and twenty minutes teventy-two
cigars were lainy imonea out, tne greatest
numoer consumed oemg in tbe second hour,
when the smoker disposed of no less than
sixteen. The smoker declared that he felt
not the slightest difficulty or unpleasantnese
throughout his nine hours and twenty min
utes' work, and calculates that if the match
had gone on to the end be should have won
by half an hour. The only refreshment
taken luring the progress of the match was
h chop at two o'clock, the eating of which
occupied twenty minutes, and a gill and
half of brandy in oold water at intervals
during tht smoking. Tbe betting when the
maieh was first made was ix and seven
foor against the smoker, but after a public
trial at the) Whit Bear, Piccadilly, when tbe
smoker consumed an enormous eightpenny
oigax in three minutes, offers were made
bet six t foor against time.
Aa Abtisiax Oil Smiko i PiXHtYLVAiriA.
TboeCrawford (Pean.) Dmotrat says that
Mean. Williams A Co. in borinrforoil, near
Tittiavilla), in that Bounty, struck an oil-vein
at tit depth of 14 feet, on tbe 30th alt.,
tine when it hat ran tDontaneoatlr without
pump or any other aid. than tbe ascending
gu, from twelve to fourteen barrels every
twenty-four bourt. The oil nonuia from th
well pure and unmixed with any other sub
ttanoa, and it run directly into the barrels,
Pins. Queer Experience of a Thief Who Had
The New Orleans correspondent of the St.
Louis Rtpubluan thus refers to an Instance
we have before mentioned:
Some time ago a thief, who had been prac
ticing hit art upon the passengers oi ims
steamer Baltic on her upward trip, attempted
to escape when tbe boat touched atBaton
Rouge, having either obtained a satisfactory
amount of plunder, or else being fearful that
bis operations were mre". v
Into town, but was pursued, overtaken and
forced back to the boat. The Inst that the
Baton Rouge people saw of him he was sus
nended bv a rope from the hurricane-deck,
urrounded by a crowd of the passengers
and crew, and as the boat steamed away the
spectators on shore were left in doubt whether
he bad not been executed outright. Last
Saturday mormnsr a biz, dirty fellow, named
nellcy, whs arrested in tins city as a dan
gerous and suspicious character, ana be turns
out to be the identical fellow who danced
the hangman's jig on that occasion.
lie says inai ne nau a pat, woo waa
seized on tbe boat after he himself had been
brought back, and tbat it was the Intention
to banc them both, but while they were busy
with Kelly, the other suddenly broke from
his captors, plunged into the river and swam
ashore. A majority of those who hung
Kellv were terribly in earnest, and were
fully determined to make a corpse and a
a ghost of him, but one of the paasengers. a
very resolute man, imprudently cut him
down, after he had been suspended until
quite tenscless. Kelly says that he had
never prayea oetore in nit ute, oai wnen ne
found that they were bent on stringing him
up, be did try bis hand at It, and thought he
succeeded indifferently well. On recovering
the use of bis limbs, the half-hanged man
wits told to make himself scarce. He needed
no second invitation, but leaped overboard
at once, and swam ashore, with the halter
about bis neck. An ugly purple circle around
his throat, curving upward where it meets
under tbe lobe of the left ear, bears witness
to tbe truth of bis etorv. I be cord, ne says,
was so small and bard that it took the skin
off wherever it touched, and his neck felt as
if encircled by a red-hot wire.
Ice-water-Its Injury to the Health.
If -town or away
home on a hot day. and feels as if it would
be perfectly delicious to have a glass of lem-
onaue, soaa-water, or oranoy louay, oy au
means let him resist the temptation until he
gets borne, and then take a glass of cool
water, a swallow at a time, with a second or
two interval between eacb swallow, several
noteworthy results will most assuredly fol
After it is all over, you will feel quite at
well from a drink of water, as if yon had
enjoyed a free swig of either of tbe others.
In ten minutes alter you will feel a great
You will not have been poisoned by the
lead or copper which is most generally found
You will be richer by six cents, which
will be the interest on $1 for a whole year!
You will not nave fallen down dead from
the sudden chills which sometimes result
from drinking soda, iced water, or toddy, in
No well man has any business to eat ice or
to drink iced liquids in any shape or form, if
ne wants to preserve uis teem, protect tne
tone of his stomach, and guard against sudden
inflammations and prolonged dyspepsias. It
is enough to make one shudder to see a
beautiful young girl sipping scalding coffee
or tea at the beginning of a meal, and then
close it with a glass of ice-water; for at thirty
she must either be snaggle-toothed, or wear
those of the dead or artificial.
Fresh spring or well-water ia abundantly
cool for any drinking purpose whatever. In
cities where water is artificially supplied, the
case is somewhat different; but even then
there is no good excuse for drinking ice
water, because, even if the excuse were good
in itself, tbe effect on the stomach and teetb
are the same.
Make a bag of thick wooleu doubled, lined
with muslin ; fill it with ice; have in a
pitcher an inch or two of water above the
faucet, and let this bag of ice be suspended
from tbe cover within two inches of the
surface of the water. The ice will melt
slowly and keep the water delightfully cool,
but not ice cold. A still better effect will be
produced if tbe pitcher it also well enveloped
in woolen. Again, water almost as cool at
it can be, unless it nas ice actually in it, may
be had without any ice at all, by enveloping
a closed pitcher pi.rtly filled with water, with
several folds of cotton, linen or bagging, and
so arranging it that these folds are kept wet
all the time by -water dripping from another
vessel, on the principle of evaporation.
Jlall t Journal qf Health
Dbatb or a Most Sinqclab Nobleman.
A Milanese nobleman, named Calderara, has
lately departed tbit life, leaving bit whole
fortune, amounting to 6,000,0001. as a legacy
to the principal hospital of Milan. His fav
orite maxim was evidently a reversal of the
old adage, "A fat kitchen makes a lean will,"
for bis sole food had for years consisted of
half-starved rabbits. About a hundred of
these animals were discovered running wild
about the house in which he died. A few
weeks before his death this Italian Elwes,
who lived in tbe most perfect seclusion, and
in a state of misery and filth which defies
description, was visited by a deputation,
charged with the office of collecting subscrip
tions for Garibaldi and tbe Sicilian cause.
At this application he opened his eyes very
wide, and protested tbat he had never heard
of tbe cause or of the man. "It is only late
ly," he added, "and by a mere accident, that
he hat been informed that the Austrians were
no longer in Milan."
DiacRiPTiON or Cabavax Thavblimo im
Athica. One by one tbe caravan sinks into
torpid slumber. At this time, especially
w ben in the jungle bivouac, tbe scene often
becomes truly impressive. The dull, Ted
fires flickering and forming a circle of ruddy
light in the depths of the black forest, flam
ing against the tall trunks and defining the
foliage of the nearer trees, illuminate lurid
groups of lavage men, in every variety of
snape ana posture, a cove, tne aarK, purple
sky, ttudded with golden points, domes the
earth, with bounds narrowed by the gloom of
: A. . A 1 1 i iji .L. . I "
uigub. aiiu, ucuuiui ia too weaieru uorixon,
a resplendent crescent, with a dim, ash-colored
globe in its arms, and crowned by Hes
perus, sparkling like a diamond, sinks
through tbe vast of space, in all glory and
gorgeousnest of eternal nature't tublimett
works. From such a night, methinks, tbe
Byzantine man took hit device, the Crescent
and the Star. Capt. Bur ten' t antral Africa.
MaoKiriciNT Entbbtainhivt to Baboi
Rothschild. The Leader announces that tht
Dodo Club of this city intend giving a mag-
nincent entertainment to Baron Kotnscbild
of Paris, now visiting Lake George, on hit
return to Htw York. Delmonico hat re
ceived orders to furnish one of hit superb
dinner for a hundred guests. Jamet T.
Brady will preside, assisted by Edmund L.
Hearn. Esq., and Judge Daly; and the design
in contemplation it. to make the five-score
guests an embodiment of all tbat is most
trifled, brilliant, remarkable and wealthy.
within thirty miles of the City Hall. Tickets
are placed at $20 each, to be advanced
(jo, snoum tne rusn tor mem prove exces-
sive. jytw xork raper.
A DuvriKacutHED Londob Fbtb. A ftte was
recently given by Sir Joseph and Lady Pax
ton, at their residence at Sydenham, adjoin
ing the Oryttal Palace, at which the Chancel
lor ot tne r.xcnequer, ma iiune ot Argyie, tne
Duchess of Sutherland, the narquia and Mar
chioneea of Normauby, Lady B lan tyre, Sir
John Pakington, Lord John Manners, Earl
andCounttw" of Stanhope, Lady LouiaaCaven-
dish. Marauit of UarUuatou, alarauis and
Marchioness or tttanora, ana upward or 300
members of both Houses of Parliament, and
eminent tcientino ana literary gentlemen,
' A Ncmismatio Coi lkctiok. A clerkintht
Traders' Bank, at Rochetter, N. Y., hat
minus. ..alii: in lection embracing: American
penny coined before Che Christian Era, half-
T. i , i i i . . n . :
peonies uauiou uj maawsMjii uaoius, uuubkuvui,
Vermont and New Jersey in the last century.
and a medal or penny-token of 1781, stamped
iu f ranc lor circulation in tbit country.
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nest and enterprise of the city. Ita columns are es
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WTIX SEAU IT IN MIND.
THE DAILY PlfiBSS
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Largest City Circulation
I ECONOMY I
ZJ Save the Pieces 1
UHHFCsj IN K VERY IIOTJSF FOR
mending Furniture, Tors, Crockery, Ulaaswara,
Wholeaale Depot, Vn. 4. Odar-atreet, JJew York.
Addresa UKNBY C. HPAI.IU NO A CO.,
Box No. B.eilO, New York.
Put up for Dnalers In cases containing four, elfrht,
and twelve doren a leatlHfnl Lithograph 8I10W
card accompanying each paj-knge. deal -ay
PROPOSALS rOR SEALINO-WAX.
PosTorrtca Dxpasthknt, July tt, 18S0.
SKALKD PKOPOHAI.H WILL BK RE
CEIVED at this Department until tlio 3d day of
September next, at 13 o'clock, noon, for furnishing
Sealing-wax, lor the ue of the Postofllcee In the
L'nitml States, from the date that thecontrnct. there
f r shall be executed to the list day of December.
18M. The Wax to be delivered, froe of expense, at
the blank agenoies of the Poetoffloe Department, at
Washington, O. U.; Mew York City, and Cincinnati,
Ohio. . .
Too eMImatmt quantity of Wax required at each
agency yearly Is specilted below.
DlsTIICT No. 1. n'aMaflfo, D. C.
150 pounds of scarlet seallug-vax, of good quality,
for ordinary use.
DtsTfttcT No. 2.-itf A'ew for City.
nun pounds of scarlet sealing-wax, same as for Dis
trict So. 1.
District No. 3. At Ciaciaaoi, Oaio.
pounds of scarlet sealiug-wax, same aa for DIs
trkt No. I.
The contract will be awarded to the lowest and
beit bidder, the Itest bid to be determined after
careful oxamiuatlon for the purpose of ascertaining
which bid will, In its practicitl results, be moet ad
vantageous to the Depart ment.
If t lie DIMricta should be reconstructed or In
creased In number, the sealing-wax shall be deliv
ered at such place or places as tho Postmaster-General
shall designuto. at pro ruta prices.
Samplea of the sealing-wax required to bo furnished
can be seen at, or procured from, either of the above
tach bidder rouat furnish, with his proposals, evi
dence of his ability to comply with his bid
Two sufficient securities will be required to ft con
tract. Failures to furnish the sealing-wax con
tracted fur promptly, or furnishing an article infe
rior to that contracted for, will be considered sum
riant riiin for the forfeiture of the contract.
Bids not made In accordance with these proposals
wilt not be coustdorod.
Proposals niuHt be marked, on the outside of the
envelop, rroposais tor oeaiing-wax, auu mo iei
ter containing them be addroHgcd to the First As-
slstaut rustnuvjter-uenerai, vvasniugiju, v. u.
ffWK CUNAKD LIlVK-tSTEAlH FROM
tih QueeDBtown.BrftiHb and North
American Koyal Mall ('utupiiuy'it
Mere w ttteamers, a ii r k a l. a p 1 a w ,
l.lim tntiR. Cunt, llmikltyr: ETNA.
3,40(1 tuna. Capt. And. mm ; JUKA, 2.400 timi. Capt.
Moody: KEDAK, a,3O0 Iudm, Capt, Cimk : mid other
luaffiiinctHit ana powernu fl.riamprn, win Han irom
tw York every alternate Thurwlar for Liverpool,
cai!nat yueenBtowu, to iaua paneuera ana un
RATES OF PAHMAOK.
CABIN-S?;. Cliil'lren under 12yoarul okb hall
price. Infants free. Tho Cabin paujnonKerB will have
a table amply supplied with fruhh provision of the
best quality. All Cabin reqi.faitrjn (with bods, bed
'JtiiK, toweli, Ac.) aro provided by the CVmpany,
Wine, ipirlt and malt liqnort can bo obtained on
board at moderate ratoa.
&rEEHAUE-9;iO. Children under 13 yeara of aire
half price. Infanta 85. Tho Bteerage paaaengera
ha to provide thumielvea with beds, bedding and
totrela ; also a knife and fork each, one table-ipoon,
one tra-Bp xjn, one tin plate and one drinking can.
They will be allowed provisions of the best quality
aa much as they can eat, cooked and served by the
CoDipany'a arrvauta, and each passenuer will be sup
plied with three quarta of water daily. Person!
wishing to tend for their friends can obtain certifi
cates of passage.
From eork to Now York $,10 for adults; children
under 12 yean half price; under 1 year A3.
From Liverpool to ew York $40 for adults;
children under 12 years half price; under 1 year $5.
These Steamer are built of iron, in water-tight
compartments, carry each an experienced surgeon,
and every attention is paid to the comfort and ac
commodation of passengers. As they proceed direct
to fork, tbe great risk and delay of calling at
John's is avotdrd. For passage, apply to GOOD EVE,
ABKELL A ELLIOT, fh'l BmadwaT. New York.
Or to our Agent, WM.B. BARKY CO..
jylO Cincinnati, 0.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SAI.E.-IN PUR
SUANCE to an ord.-rof the Probate Court
Hamilton County, to medirected, I will oiler for Bale
on the 6th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A. D. I860,
three o'clock In tho afternoon, on the premises,
following described real estate, towit:
The west half of thouorth-wost quartorof unction
eight in Townnhipseven, south of range two east,
the district of lands subject to sale at Lima, Ohio,
containing eighty acres, sitnato In the county
Mercor and State of Ohio, and being the samo prop
oi ty convoyed to Clemens Kramer by Patut of
United States, dated October lo, 1844, and recorded
Invol.iM. pago liirf.of the Records of the General
Appraised at S9IH).
Terms of sale: One-third cash on day of sale and
the residue thereof in one and two years thereafter,
with interest from the day of sal o, to be secured
mortgage on the premise. J. B. L. 8CHULTE,
Aaminisiraier oi jona xi. ocauuv, awviuwui
CELEBKATED AND SUPEBIOB
TIIBY ARE EXTRA IN SIZE, AND
tho most uxitnlsite Qavor. No expense or labor
earud in getting tbeiu up. Tbe object was to get up
AN B'XTUA ABTICLK I
Which .been successfullr accomplished. -
GIVE THEM RIAL SATISFACTION WARRANTED
ROBERT ORR, Agent,
Jel-eotltf Depot Mo. 11 West Fifth-street.
ADVERTISE IN THE
Oo You Want
ADVERTISE IN THE
THE OIJTCAI.T ELAeiTIO MKTAI.l,ig
BOOKINU Is unbred to the puhllc as the boet
oueapiist Metal Huol now used, its merits Uavnig
U'ltc d by au experience of years in this city and
ciuity. Applied to flat or stoep, old or new build.
nigs, no 'ioii.,r used tasteiiua securely witnoot
Bfdiir tn thn lu'tl,,,, itf thu elemeuts.
Frupareri unlets, boxed fur shipinont to any part
III LUIieu BUiUS, cuu ue upr-neu vy en? uw wuu
dmary luwhitmral skill.
ttrtlers proiiiptlv nlled. .
m West Second -street.
TOO 1-I.ITTLK MIAMI
- UAtLXrlAD X UKlOUl 1tfaSI S1B1, Ul, A3,
Mr. J. J BL'TLEU. Agent, (JluclnuaU : IMeaaaaeud
na ric i UAiibuaa oi jour
Excelsior Copying and Writing Fluids,
And oblige yours truly,
au7-aw TKEIGHT AGENT.
nKlKTOL, CUT CABDH.-AFINBABTI.
MM XT.h lur i'riuting put piiues, fl uui No. Ito .Ko.
luclnslve. .iu-,! r,icelTcd ana tor sale ny
UIXON, CHAXKIICLI) A VOtDH,
ew r and B WslrattMU.
aarAY iivnivs .iimT itRCRiVRn.
T encaitooos Wax Candles, white and colored.
For sale, wholesale ana retail, ny .
A. Mi IiONAlD ft CO.,
ot 811 and Branch 449 Weet Fourth -at.
H BOSTON WATER
HACK KKH - Just receisad. 30 cans Bent
Co. 'a Boston Water-craokars,
lor sale, wholesale and retail, br
A. MCDONALD ft 00.,
au 86 and Branch 114 1 Weet funrth-at.
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEE
An Invoice of 8a pockets. In store aud
A. a, i.Vbi an,
.119 and 3-.it Maln-tt.
a us , axv ana aA aau-at.
i j . 01101cm
Inerprate4 18l9.-Chartf3r Ft9rpetaaU
Cash Cspltit Enlarged Half Million
AGENCY KMTAIU.IHHKD IN CUNCIN.
NAT! In 13, Riite-dathiff ftU preiwnt locnl
liiiiirnnce com pan f eti ud neenciw In the Iniuranc
tuntnww in thin city. Thlrty-flTe jreara conHtnnt
riiitv hfirA. cnniblnted with wMlth. flimrlonce. nter
frl(t mid llberslity, efipecfalir commend the iRtnft
nnarai)ca Companr to the (nrorabls patronage ot
thin community afandlnff lolltArr and alone, the
oln Hurrlvor and llrltig pioneer of Cincinnati under
Iters of 1823,
The largest loss erer tnstainea rr any insurance
company at one Are In Ohio was by the tna, at
Uhllllcuthe, April. 1S.''3, and amounted to (llt.Wl 67,
mostly paid prior to thirty days after the Are.
Losses paid in Cincinnati during the past six Teart,
Cash Capital, - - $1,500,000!
Abeolttte and animpalred with t net inrplai of
And the prettfjr of forty-one yarn' encceei and em
, perlenc. Ineatiuente of
Over $100,000 In Ohio Securities
FIR AND INLAND NAVIGATION.
Kink accepted at. ter mi ronnintent with eolvency
and fairprotiti. EflptM'ial attention given to Innur
ance of Dwellings and content for terms of one to
fire yea re.
Application made to any dnly anthortiwd arnt
firomptly attendod to. By strict attention to a fogit
mate ln-iurauc huilnetw, this Company Is enabled
to offer both indemnity for the pant and security for
the I inure, roiicie lesuea wuuout aeiay oy
CARTER dc LINDSEY. Aceat
Mo. 40 Mftiu-Btreet, and No. 171 Vine-street.
J. J. HOOKEB, Agent, Fulton, 17th Ward.
1 mtUtl la.nl IWItialnn Hv
Wl-ay o! 1 ItUCHANAN, Newport, Ky.
Devoted Solely to Fira Inxnrance
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS,
. Ij. I.OOMIH, President.
H. KELLOGG, Hecretory
Thla welt.known and reliable Ctrnoratton conttn
nes, at ita Agency in this city, to Issne Policies against
loss or damage by Fire, on nearly every deacription
ol personal property, at current rates.
Losses Paid at this Agency.
J. J. BERNE, itr Agent, 3:1 West Third st.
J. B, Uuiu, licitor.
JOS M. AENNKDT, Agent, Uovington.
Branch Offloe Phoenix Insurant) Co,
, 33 West Third-street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
sysT Affents annointed. Loasea adinated and vatd.
Correspondenoe promptly attendod to. Insurance
Blanks furnished Agents, and the businoss of
Company In the Western, North-western and oouth
western States and Territories under the supervision
ana management oi -
a. ii. dc n. im. MAGiLL,
jB27-cm , GENERAL AGENTS,
National Insuranoe Company,
jrkFFICB HOUTH-WEST COB.NEH, OF
ntAifi anij riion i-oTiiiiisTa.
Marine, Inland Transportation
and Fire Bisks.
! TAKEN AT CURRENT RATES.
John Burgoyne, B. M. Smith,
nm. iii'pwonn, t-nas. i.. moors,
a . A. w teaemer, i uoe. unf
kaiunn outtuuiojii. rreaiaeui,
. 0. TftMBm, Scr3Ury.
nofl-bfm p. A. BPBIOMAN, Barrror.
Western Insuranoe Company
FFICE IN THE SECOND STORY s
ao. ii x rout-street, Datween main ana sycamore.
This Company Is taking Fira, Inland and Marina
xtisxs at current raiee oi premium.
xioaaea lainy aajiutaa ana promptly paia.
T. F. Tckert, F. Ball, B. W. Pomeror,
Wm. Glenn, W. O. Whltcher, W. 0. Mann,
Bobt. Mitchell, W. U. Oomstock, L. 0. E. btons,
Robt Buchanan, J. ti. Shaw, Geo. Stall,
Wm. Sellew, Both Evans, J. H. Taaife,
David Gibson, II. Brachmann, J. 0. Isham.
.. Uiearwater, Ittos. 11. Klllott,
T. r. KUKBBT, President.
8TKPHXK MoasE, Secretary. nog
OniO WHITE SULPHUR SPRIXGS!
Delaware County, Ohio,
OPEN TO VISITORS SEEKING HEALTH OR PLEASURE,
rKOM JUNE TO OCTOBER.
KTS FOR THE KOUND TRIP,
per Little Miami Itallruad and Cincinnati,
a and Davtuu Kallroad. at Yt.10 A. M..
Hpringneld to White Sulphur station.
l icKts ior ins nouna t rip, nper imue inianii
Bailroad, at 7t,'IO and 10 A. M. and 11 P. M., and
it uincinuati, uamuton ana uarton uauroau,
t30 A. M., via Columbus to Lewis Center.
tor rooms or other Information, address
A. WILSON, JR.,
White Sulphur PoetoBlce,
Jc24-tf Delaware Counts, Ohio.
CINCINNATI FUEL COMPANY,
COAL-IARD AND OFFICE.
No. 108 K. TH IRD-HTRKKT,
C O A L H,
Delivered at the lowest market reu.
"Orders aollclted and proniptW executed.
7-ajr W. M. UUBDELL, Heoretarr.
No Smoke, No Dirt, No Heat!
To disroinmode the operator. The beat and
economical Hummer airaufuuieul extant. In prac
icai operation avers aay.at i A. u no. aa
jounty l unta ior saw. jei-cm
FAKHIONABI.K SHIRT IINIIPA'.
TUHKR AND DIALER IM UKNTH'VlJU-
I IS WE8T FOORTII-MTREET.
miHt.8. WIMIHaWH. Onlter aW-ar
; LocenEvs peach depot,
No. 194 Fodt-t. Oommuoiai Offioi BniLoiiia.
1. , SSSBSM
ON AND AFTER JULY 30, I WILL
have a dall supply of Fdachea during the se
son, ror sale oy tne ooa or Dasaec.
JylT-am JOHN 0. LOUGH BT.
muGrOia ho sivcx'X'xx,
: i . Urn. a W.et 1'onrlk-atrMt, . ,.
A R B NO W R EftEITINfl A UDITTONH
JM. xn.tr larK. aseoriuieus lu w attine., vswsay
AtlverwAre .uii lii.mi)iiil..
A I.HO-A flu. aasortmxntof FUU4 Tea gets
lntlery em tp-ra-alassss.
mllK AND BROWN B
&0 cross i ust received au(
i aixoM, ouatvi
a ior sale ar
IXI.l) A WflODH.
Nxv-y;'' r-zxT. riii T n i rs.
T and f Walnunueet,
OHIO WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
Round Trip Tickets to Lewis Center,
via Columbus, $4.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
CINCINNATI, HAMILTON AND DAYTON
fflCKETS NOW ON SALE AT THE
Js. unices 01 tna uompanies.
P. W. DTBADIB,
General Ticket Agent.
CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
-N AND AFTER MONDAY, JUNE 11,
IftAll. Trail nn will i1ryi.rt n fnllnwa
O A ITla fsAriLasri? IIUUI VI 111,1.(1 Uait la Uallll
llton and Daytou Dpit For II am 11 ton t lcbmond I
InilfnnaDOlli. Lob nnn port. Darton. Ac.
7i;0 A. M. XfRKSH-Krora Little Miami
Pepot. and from Cincinnati. Hamilton and Dayton
Prpot ConnectN via Col um hue and Cleveland; via
CVilnmbim. Creetllno and Pittsburg; Tin Uolurabui
BtennenTtiie and Pituhnrc; na uoiiimbua, uoiair
and Kenwood; and via Coin m bus, Belalrand Pitta.
hnre: alno for Snrlnfftipld and T)lawmrA.
7t;i a jti. tsAfKitw- rom Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton Donot Alio connect at Day
on and Dayton Depot Alio connect at Day
Hprlnaflfld. Urbanaand SandoakT: and with
ton for HprinftVld, Urban a and ganduaky; and with
Dayton and Michigan Road for Troy, Plqua, Sidney,
iMuu auu juiiuiNaui iwu iur iivi riiiUBs omueji i
Iiimtv. Fort Wivna and Ohirjuro. AIsa tar Toledo.
Mjrwun anu mii piiinui iu vKUsuav.
H A. nf. From Cincinnati. Hamilton and Day.
ton Depot Accommodation for Hamilton and Waj
btationa : Conner te at Hamilton for Oxford, Ao.
10 A.M. KXFK KSM Irrom Little Miami De
pot ConuecU via Columbna ud Dlair and Ben-
wood; Tin Colnmbm, fielalr and Pittsburg; via
Co mm bus, Crest line andPitUburf, and Ti Colom-
lli.'ltt P If filPR Kh H From Cincinnati,
EiH union ana nay ion uepoi ror uayion, oprinn
fleld, Urhaua, Bellefontalne and Kenton: alao at
uayion lor -.JoiKmoui; connect via n amnion iot
Itlchmonn, Indianapolis, ana all polnta weet.
;ii50 P. M. From Cincinnati, Hamilton and
uayion lenoi or Hamilton ana au way Biauona;
vuiiunuLB BI Ainuiuiuu iur viicrtij or,.
4 P. 1" rom Little Miami Depot Aooommo
datlon fur Col um hue, topping at all War Station
aino iur rpriDKUOiu.
H P. W. From Little Miami Depot Acoommt
nation ior a ima. mopping at way niationa.
l - ita Jd-xr ii cm rruiu wiuuiuiiin, umiu
llton and Dayton Depot For Troy, Piqua, Bldnoy,
AJium, f ui s nnrua auu tuiuau . nimv itr luinivt
Detroit and all polnta in Canada; connects via
u a nil. ion ior iticnmona, (Uoganspon, ao
11 P. M. KX Pit KSft From Little Miami Da-
pot Connects via Columbus, Bteubenvllle and Pitts
burs: via Columbus. Crestltna and Plttsburff : via ,
noltimbus and Cleveland; via Columbus, Belalr and
Henwood; and via Columbus, Belalrand Pittsburg.
8LEEPINO-CABS ON THIS TRAIN.
For all Information and Through Ticket pleana
aooW at the Ottlces. south-east corner of Front and
Broadway west aide of Vine-street, between the
Post office and the Burnet House: No. X Burnet
House; ao. O Kast Tbird-itreet : Hmh-etreet De
pot, aud at the Kant Front-street Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which ii eeren mln
um uuier man isincinnau time.
P. W RTIIADKR. Oeneral TlrkAt Aff.nt.
Omnibuses call for passengers by leaving direction
aitno ncaei uidcw. apju
RAILROADS! COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
TWO DAILY TRAINS FOR TIN
CENNES, Cairo ftnd tit. Louis at 4t'J3 A. M.
ana mita r. 01.
Three dally trains for Lonlsrllle at 4i95 V. Mm
'4 r. ol. auu o'ifi r. ni,
Tincennes Accommodation leaves at 9 P. M.
One train for Svansvllle at d.t'J.1 A. M.
The trains connect at Ht. Louis for all polnta Id
Kansas and Nebraska. Hannibal, Qulnoy and Keo
kuk; at tit. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vicksburg
One throush ttain on Hundar at fitftfl P. M.
Roturning. fast line leaves East St. Louis, Hundayi
excnntd, ai 7 M. arriving at Olnolnnatl at
At no p.m.
Express train leaves St. Lonls dally at 7t90 P. M, 1
arriviDK at uinciunau ai 7isjv A. m.
For throuah tickets to all nointa West and Bonth.
tease aonlv at the offices: Walnut-street Hons, h.
tween Sixth and Seventh-streets; No. 1 Burnet House,
corner emce; North-west corner Front and Broad
way; Spencer House Office, and at the Depot, cornet
s ronana jniii-ttreeM. umniDuses cau forpaasea
gers. JC. FLINT,
pio vice rresiaen
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS. CINCINNATI.
RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS
Cincinnati & Chicago
"REAT TJIHOTGHROtrTK TO TBI
IAS A A a A A IV.
Thrive dalhr throuah train laaf HI vthtri IVimI
.111 1 U A n u i a n u "v,
v Jfts Me ouu wfBu a in, auu aj at. aa.
ThNUtfh to Indianapolis without
uaaage ox xjurmm
At Richmond, with Cincinnati And Thlnturn Kail.
road, fur Anderson and all polnta on th BelUfon
wnne nauroua xjine: noitoma, ijoffamiport. fra and
all polnta on the Wabaah Vallnv Kallroad.
At Indlauapolii for Torre Haute, Mattoon. Puu.
Ht. Louii aud Illinois Central RallroAd.
At Lafarette for DaurlUe, Tolono, Decstnr, Bvrlng
field, Nuple. putney, and Hannibal and St. Xoeepk
At Chicago for Baolne. Kenoeha, Mllwaukle. La
oroaae, fit. Fault Prairie da Chlen, bock Uland and
The II P. II. Train HukM dlmutt nrninaaHMi -
LoHttiiBpurt with Logu8purt, Peoria and Burllnfftoa
Railroad, for Oilman, El Paso, Peoria, Burlington,
w unit. , H, VIKtCUM aUU AVIAIUOllUi tUAKlLlg Ul
TWENTT-FIYE HUES SUOBTEB
THAN BT AJtT OTHEB BOUTS,
lOO MITjES shorter
TUAM VIA OMIOAQO.
Fare as low and Time as Quick
as dj any jomer Kooie.
This la ezclnslrelT a Western and North-western
Route. hsYlnff as &Torabla &rransaments with nnn.
nectlnf Hoads as any other Route. Pausing throogh
a hitThlr-eultlTated conntrr. with numsrona Uwni
auu Tillages, it uiicn pairtms more pieasani acoozn
modatinn fur safety, comfort and Interest than ant
other Route for the above named aoiuta.
tor Through Tickets or any further Information bt
sura auu appiy bv
ltif Walnut -utreet, between Vourth and rifth-streeta.
North-eaiit enrner Front and Hit-tail war
Tftin. Biut TiuDiiiTV) pe.weea AiuruSf HuDM a&Sl
Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Pepot, Fifth j
BUth-streets. J). M. MOUBOW.
W ii uoiuuiv ai. a
iii nuiriuar!. rH-uor A3fUI.
AsTUmnlbUBUS will call for naaitanffAi-i bv la&vtna
thmr names at either of the Ticket Office.
W. H. SMITH. Agent.
SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
TnJO CHANGE OF OARS TO INDIAN A Pa
JLV OLlrf. at which slace It unites with railroads
fur and from all point in tbe Weet aad Mortb-weut
THRKK PAHHENQXft TRAIN!
Leave Cincinnati dally from the foot of Mill and
Front e tree t.
fiidO A. M.-CHIOAGO MAlXi.-ArrlTeg at In-
aiaiutpous ai iu: a. m . i jnirgo ai ir,s,
Jli50 A. M. Terrs Haute and Lafayette Acecva
mmiatiun arr in istlndiaaHiwlis at 4:60 P. M.
tf P. II. -CHICAGO 1CXPI11H8.-Arriet at Indl-
anapuiis a iiu.toi-. n, uuicago m r.au a, at.
tilaeplng Ca nare attached to all night-traltuo
ie, auu rua niwujin w vuioaao aritnotis
aUlrBe sunt ro
sure ron are In the rictat tlokst-offles bafcra
rou purcuas. your ticket, and ask tor Ucjssts Tie
ou purckas. your tlcl
lAwr.uc.ouri ana inan
iTar. th. suus, and tiui si
inorlw thai by
ltuirffaM flhaekail thrnn.k.
If ftoUuU T(IKT8, good onU need, a b. oh.
talued at tn. ticket offlces, at Bpenoer House oorner,
North-west eoru.r ot tlroadwar and "rootl klo, 1
fiur1"5. "" corner; at the Walnnt-atreet Housl
No. 0 last Third-street, and at Depot OOloe, foot oi
mm, on rroui-.ira, where Ml mosmut I u lor ma-
,ou n mm um.
Omulbuse. run lo and Iron sack train, and will
call tor pasaeucere at all notala, and ail fart, of Um
wtr, VI Hsnuaj am,, eas as w,nr yuioe.
, axt ax- u. ifOavA. ,
GRAND EXCURSION —TO—
MONTREAL AND PORTLAND!
FORMAL OPENING OF THE
Toledo. Detroit and Canada Line!
Toledo. Detroit and Canada Line! CINCINNATI, HAMILTON, AND DAYTON.
DAYTON ADN MICHIGAN,
—AND— GRAND TRUNK
GRAND OPKNTNf flAVINO
jl Men DoiponcKi nntii now. n div
en poetponed nntll now. an npportunlty it af
I to wltnmn th nxwntinn of th Prtnr of
fnrdtxl to wltnoM th rocoptlnn of the
WiiIm. the llhimlnnHon of thn Victoria Bridse. Die
play of Kirwork, Ac, at Montreal.
Kound Trip Tlckotn '21.
Cincinnati to Portland and rmurn ; Good from
AnfriMt 1, to September 10. will be placed on tale at
tho Officea of the OonipaniM on tbe SAth loatf anil
remain until Auguit 6, Inclmlve.
r. TV, B I HAl'Ml,
Jrl7-tt General Ticket ARont.
, -es (I .4
HALIs, CARROLL & CO ,
Noi. 13 and 17 Banc Colnmbla-atrsftt-
M. BURGLAR PROOF HA FEH. They hare gtveo
more aatisfaotion than any other now In nee.
we oner a rewara oi una jtiuutiAnu uvii
LARS to anr neraon that ran. nn to the nrmetit time.
show a single Instance wherein they haye fallrd U
preserve their contents.
With this 8AFK we challenrre all competition, a
being the beat Fire Proof. Burular Proof, or Fire
and Bnrglar Proof now made; and are willing to tea,
with any establishment in tho Union, and the party
Ailing first to forfeit to the otlwr the sum of 92,001).
We are prepared to furnish a better Haf", and at lee
cost, than any other manufacturer in the ITnlU-d
Booond.hand Safes of other makers nlito on baud.
We respectfully invito the public to call and eicem
tne oar stock before purchasing
ifore purchasing elsewhern.
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
Moa. 10 and 17 Cast t'olnmlila-stml
AND CORRUGATED IRON ROOFS,
(ARGUED AND FLAT,)
A RR AS CHEAP AS WOOD, AND OtR
jrm. maawacivry ts capame 01 supplying any ua
mand. Oormgated Iron Hheete constantly on hand, of all
ize, painiea ana re any ior mipueni, wun iuu in
tructions ior applying tnem.
ijeave oraert at 00 nut imra-sr.
iel-yCaw illOHELY cV OO.
ADAMS, PECKOVER & CO,
Han remoTed the Bales-room of the
ALLIGATOR COAL C00K1X6 SME
From No. 333 Fourth, to their new store,
B. W. CORNER OF FIFTH AND ELM.
N. B. Ordsrs now revived at our new
Corner of Front and Oentral-aT.i or at our
3 AXjX3 0-XY. O O 3VC IS.
WF.ST & WTT,SON'S
Family SewinS MacllineI
T ESS COltlPLICATII
M A other now tn use. It
ION THAN ANT
aas m ytUDI UUW 111 UM. At Will llUi-U) UVIU, IUVKi
father, make cord and embroider beautifully. It
will work on all kinds of fabric, from the finest to
the coarsest. All kinds of thread can be used from
tbe original spool.
Persons in waut of a Machine are respectfully In
vited to call and examine ours before purchasing
elsewhere. ONLY TU1KTY DOLLARS.
Four doors below Fourth, eut slds.
Agents wanted. fjyUl M. R. BYBOLT. .
jp Millinery I
J. WEBB, Jli.,
I AM RECEIVTNO DAIIY, BY EX.
FBK88, the r.rr newest styles of BoNNITS, IllS-
Bars, Bosnia, Obapu, Blonu l.icrs, btkaw lajn
auaiM, Bosimit Iiuu and Uilmkibi Uoona,
WholtxxJ and Retail,
ma34 NO. 184 gIFTH-BTBT.
xa, Kirratoaa. auo. a. umKitt.
B. KITTREDQB & CO.,
134 MJUN-ST., CIN., 0.
KITTREDCE & FOLSOU,
09 St. Chnrlt.-at., New Orlnana, JLfu
He Pe ELJAS'S
"Watcli & Jewelry llouse,
16 West Fourth-street,
IVE CAN BB HAD EVERY ART1
v OLE appertaining to the buniueas. at a much
lees mice. forOAHil. than haaavar twlnr liaan nttr-A
In this market.
GITE VH A CAhA
And see for yonrselTes.
...... . . ii --d r?. '- .., Air i
Wines and Liquors.
S Uatawba lue : fore Old I'ort Wlue f HureS
Madeira Wine; Old Bourbon Whisky l Old Vranota
Brandr I Old Holland Qln; Old Jamaica llum
mwqms Mpsviaiijr ior uifoicinal us.. JTor ails or
ALBKHT JIOSS, Drniiglsl,
jj B, W. our. Central ar. and Eiahth-at.
II.CAMPItEI & CO..
Tf ANt'FACTlKEltH OF Blt, Hlffit
OF Blt, HlfttbT
' B Litis, Kallroad Bplkes,
la of Irontou Ular nails,
' sua Donei
Iron. Plew l
to. Also, amenta fur the sale o
Ware rooms. Mo. It Kaat Seoood-atiMU Oluelnnall
All kinds Imu Bsada t. order,
Old Castile Soap.
OLD OA8TII.B 80Af , MW'll BUOWM
Windsor eoap; Lows Houer Hoap; Jeriir
Lind Soap l Moss Hum ft-tap derail I um tkmp ; Musk
Boa.; Uien'e Holior Buap; Olenu'a Brown Wind,
aur Soap i Qlann's White V. lndor Hoap. fur sale 1
8. W. nor. Osalral-ar. and Klxhtn-st.
Fruit-Oan Ocment 1 1
i. Mauufactorr 31 Viuo-itreet, two aud i
an. south of thalliiruet House.
JAMBS J. UuiLKB, Acent. '
lsslr snf Bunt at ... " '
uta tnppiy taj (nantitr at low prices,
W. a. (AUrwisi. f. . laiBwui
BALBWIN As BALDWIN.