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Goot Olt Eye. If a pody drcats a body, Mit some coot olt rve. Un if a pody dakes his toddy, Zomotimes on dor shly j Or, if zomo vollow rader mellow, Trinks dill ho gets high ; Gainst dor liquor should ho bellow ? No such vool am I. ZlNO Dsn Gonus Efery pody loves his toddy, Prandy, gin or vino ; Every pody has a hobby, Goot olt ryo if mine. Down dor sdrcotl ovdenmcet, Zomo Dcutschtnen on dor shbrco, If vone of dom should shdand dcr droat, It's goot olt ryo for mo ; Of all dor trinks dere's nono I dinks, So goot von one ish dry, Den's noting ven your shberits sinks, Can raiso dom like olt rye. ALL Zino. Efery pody loves his toddy, Prandy, gin or vino ; Efory pody has a hobby, Goot olt ryo is mino. Ven vunds is vlush den off I rush, To Mcntzor's liquor sdorc, But daro I nefcr trinks too much, A quart shust and no more ; Ven on der shbreo happy po, Un in der sdrcot do lie, Den all dor vorld is nix to mo, Ven trinking goot olt rye. Efery pody Zino. Efery body loves his toddy, Prandy, gin or vine, Efery pody has a hob'y. Goot olt rye ish mine. Nobody can have seen It. F st down tho staircase swinging, With flying feet I passed ; Quick up. the staircase springing, , '- Ho came, and caught me fast ; And the stairs are dark and dim, Many a kiss I had from him And nobody can havo seen it. Down into the hall demurely Tho guosts wcro assembled there, My cheeks flushed hot, and surely My lips did their tale declare ; I thought they looked at mo every one, , ; And saw what we together had done Yet nobody could havo seen it. Tho garden its sweets displaying, ', Beckoned mo outof doors; Tho wclcomo call obeying, I hastened to look at tho flowers ; There blushed tho roses all around, Thcro sang tho birds with merry sound As if they all had seen it. Sunfloweks Chills and B'evek. Lieuten ant Maury has published his opinion, founded on his own experiment at Washington, that tlie sunflower is a preventative of chills and fevers. He says : " We continue to see favoroble men tion made of the virtues of sunflowers as preven tives of billiotis fever, chills and fevers, etc A correspondent of the Soil of the South, writing from a place in Alabama, which he says was f)ecullarly subject, to fevers, gives the results of lis experience in the premises; and in not a single instance where he planted sunflowers around his negro cabins did their inmates suf fer from fevers ; whilst his wife, two children, and two house scrvauts, all had fevers, he not having planted any of the sunflowers around his own dwelling, which, in his own opinion, ac counted for the difference in the results. The conr ir )iidence of the Sod of the South says : "M) Kin'ui.i s that the sunflower in rank growth, absorbs the very elements hi the atmos phere that produce fever, or chills and fever; and what is the life of the sunflower is highly obnoxious lo the health of the human family; I believe that a man could never have a chill who would sleep in a bed of rank sunflowers." I. 1 1 Taking the Oath, The Knickerbocker is responsible for the following : A correspondent in Ottaway county, Michi gan, from whom we are always glad to hear, gives us the following scene of a Mayor's court at Grand Rapids, mayor Church presiding : Witness called upon to be sworn by the clerk : Clerk Do you solemly swear Mayor (with dignity) Stop, the witness will hold up his right hand. Clerk Tho witness has no right hand, your honor, j Mayor (with some asperity) Let him hold up his left hand, then. Clerk he has had the misfortune to lose his left hand also, as your honor will perceive. Mayor (savagely) Tell him to hold up his right leg, then ; a man can't be sworn in this court wiinoui noiumg up someuiuig. om-ncu, gdntlemen 1 Our dignity must be preserved. Witness sworn on tho leg. Col. King, of Gonzalez county, Texas, who is an equal enemy of hard money and grammar, having a proper contempt for both, and who lives, as he says, " down to the foot of naviga tion, near Gonzalez, a little creek which runs dry in summer, recently delivered himself of the following emphatic remarKs : " ai i owe a man an oujust debt, and I make him a lawless tender of a bank bill, and he infuses to incept it, but peraoos out a writ for to level on my fropertv, ef I don't make a sacrament of him, '11 bo dd." Although many attempts have been lately made to estimate the exact number of natives and foreigners ,in the United States army, no reliable Information could be obtained on that point. Hundreds of foreigners book themselves as born in thisjjeountry, and even deceive tho cleverest judges of accentuation. A good au thority says, however, that there are fully 9.000 regular soldiers in the land service of the Uni ted States of foreign birth. The Irish element largely predominates, and next to it is the Ger man. It is estimated that we have over two thousand ex-English soldiers in the array and marine corps, besides a large number of Prus sians, French, Austrians, Poles, and natives of every other Kuropean State. A Giant Farmer. The Rockford Republican says that Mr. Jacob Slrawn of Illinois has earned for himself the reputation of the giant farmer of the west. Twenty-seven years ago he emigra ted to that. Stite a poor man. His operations were small at urst, but continued to increase each vear until he had acres of land to n state one farm of 10.000 acres, and another .of 7,800. He hns one corn-field in Morgan county nearly six miles long. He has annually employed from 200 to 300 men. aud a large number of horses. Every year, until quite recently, he has stalled from 5000 to 6000 head of cattle, and kept other live stock in proportionate numbers. In these twentv-sevcii vears he has made a fortune of a million of dollars, and he is still hale and vig orous to enjoy it. pIIILDRESS k RICE, SAN ANTONIO, TEX- AS. Manufacturers of Saddles and Horso Equipments of every description, of tho latest pat terns and best quality. Ordors to any part of the country promptly attonded to. MORRIS & BR 0. CLOTHING MERCHANTS, BAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. JBAUGIIN & WALKEU, Forwarding and Commission Merchants, POUT LAVACA, TEXAS. Cash advanced on Consignments, and Merchan dise carefully stored. Er, PASO HOTEL, Major B. W. Gillock, 1'ropriotor. EL 7AS0, TEXAS; Every attention paid to tho comfort of travelers, and charges moderate. CROWELL & CRANE, WHOLESALE DiltGGISTS, Corner of Front and Clay Strecti, HAN KKANClStfO. COLT'S REVOLVING GUNS & PISTOLS. Manufapturcfi and for Sato by COL. SAMUEL COLT, Hartford, Conn. BURNSIDE'S BREACH-LOADING GUNS. Manufactured and for aalp by DRISTOli FIRE-ARMS COMPANY. CHAS. JACKSON, Pres. Bristol, R. I. Keep true to the dreams of thy youth. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. AVERLAND MAIL NOTICE Change of Hour. On and after 3d December, tho Overland Mail Stnjro will leave San Francisco for St. Louis and MenrrMs At 12 o'clock M. on Monday and Friday af leach week. Overland Express, for Visalia, Fort T-eysn aid Los Angeles, on Monday, Wednesday and fniuy, at 12 o clock M. Ovcrll Mail Company (via Los Angeles. Tariff tf Prices. From San Francisco, or from any point ii tho route between San Francisco and Fort a unift, :o terminus or l'acifio Railroad, or Ft. Smith, Arfc.,.ii100; From San Francisco to Visalia, $20; From San Frxneisco to Fort Teion, $30: From San Francisco to Los Angeles, $40; From San Francisco to tort luina, 70; From Los Angeles to Fart Yuma,$t0. Way faro 10 cents per mile; no charrc less than one dollar. LOUIS McLANE, Agent 0. M. Co., San Francisco. Overland to the Pacific ! 1 reduced over 30,0001 1 Lin( which hft3 bccn in RUCCC9sful opnniti of cultivation, lie l,nsTsinco jujy i857 nre ticketing Passengers through to San Diego, and also to all intcrmouiato stations. Passengers and Express matter forwarded in new coaches drawn by six mules over tho entiro longth of our Line, excepting the Colorado Divert of 100 miles, which wo cross on mulo barfc. Passengers cuarImef.d in their tickets to ride in Coaches, ex cepting tho 100 miles, as abovju stated. Passengers ticketed to and from San Antonio, Texas, nnd Fort Clark, Fort Fillmore, Fort Hudson, J.a Meslila, Fort l.imcaster, Tucson, Arizona, Fort Davis, F -t Yuma, El Paso, and San l)lo$q Tho Ceachcf. of our line leavo senii-uionthly from each en I. on the 9th and 21th of p ?h month, ni six o'clock, A. M. An aruml escort travels through tho Indian coun try with earh mail traiu, for thp protection of the mails nnd passengers. Pasnonaera arc provided with provisions dtiri" i the trip, except where the coach stops at. Public Houses glong tho Lino, at whicli each pa?. uigcr wfifpay tor his own meal. Each passenger is allowed thirty pounds of per sonal baggage, exclusive of blankets and arms. Passef.ri'Jrs coming to San Antonio can tahoUo Lino of Muil Steamers from New Orleans twico a week to Imlinnola; from tho latter placo thcro is a daily line of four-horse mail coaches direct to this place. On th'3 Paeifie side, the California Steam Navi gation Company arc running a first-class steamer semi-moathly to and from San Francisco and San Diego. Fare on this Lino as follows, including rations: Sau Antonio to San Diego, . . $200 " " Tucson, 150 " " El Paso, 100 Intermediate stations 16 cents por mile. "Extra, baggage, when earned, 40 cents per pound to El Paao, and $1 per pound to San Diego. Passengers cau obtain all necessary outfits in San Antonio. For further information, and for tho purchase of tickets, apply at tho office of tho Company in this city, or Address I. C. WOODS, Superintendent of EI 3I5S.liT DE)L NORTE, S. HART, Proprietor, Molino, El Paso County, Texas. Office Sonora Exploring & Mining Co., ) Tubac, Feb 10, 1859. J TQHN STItEIT, was killed in a rencontre with u one Antonio Ellsner, on tho 25th of December, 1858. Both persons wero in tho employment of this company. Stroit was a German by birth, aged about 30; he was a cabinet maker by trade and at tho tuno ot Ins death "head carpenter " of the com pany. His family yet reside in Germany but ho is saiu to i:avo relatives living near Ban Antonio, Texas. Ilia friends can loarn tho particulars of his death, and hi? legal representatives can obtain tho amount ciuo uim, on application to S. 11. LATIIROP, Dirootnr of tho Mines, Tubac. tho, lino, care of American Coal Co., 50 Exchange Place, New xorK. u. n. uijjwikub, ' B. E. DOYLE, Proprietors. San Antonio, July 1, 1858. Ofxick ooxoua E. S: Minino Co. ) Tuhne, February 2bth, 1859. j TTNTIL THE POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT commence regular mail ?rvico on tho route, a mail will bo eent from this office Friday of each week to Tucson, to connect with the mail of the Overland Mail Co., both East and West. A mail will bo received at tho office on Sunday of each , 0fflM at Wo. i05 Sacramento Street, San Fran- HAIIRIS & MARCHAND, ASSAYERS. No. 105 Sacramento street, SAN FRANCISCO. No. 73 J street, SACRAMENTO. No. 37 E street, MARYSVILLE. ft Jc M. haye established, in addition to their AJ trMl. known offices in tho interior, n. ItrnnMi S. II. LAT11ROP, Treasurer. Officf. Sonora Exi'Lomxo & Minino Co, Tubac, Feb. 10, 1859. HJ. OLDS. Died of Consumption on tho 27th , Hon, iwouipt'y "d faithfully assayed and returns Cisco, whero they will carry on the business of Assaying in a manner to give satisfaction to all who may favor them with their orders. GQLJJ, siLiV.isji A,?ii) tnuss of cyery descrip TAAPFE, McOAHILL k CO. Importers and Jobbers of Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS AND CARPETINGS, Sacramento street, corner of Front, San Francisco, Cal., and 320 Broadway, Naw York. Prints, Shootings, Shirtings, Drills, Ducks, Ticks, Denims, Linens, Towels, Table Cloths, Diapers, Table Covers, Quilts, Jkc, Dress Goods, Silks, La ces, Dress Goods, Shawls, Cashmeres, Merinos, Par asols, Embroideries, Ribbons, Dress Trimmings, Fringes, Gimps, Hosiery, Blankets, Flannels, Ua-der-suirts, Drawers, Colored and White, in Merino, Silk and Cotton, Ladies' Ready-Mado Undcr-gar-mcnts, very superior, Alexandre's Kid GUvcs. WT. COLEMAN & CO., FORWARDING AND- Commission Merchants, San Francisco, Cali fornia, and Now York City. CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. BOOKS AND STATIONERY. A PPLEGATE ; CO., 43 MAIN STREET, GIN CINNATI, Ohio, offer for solo an extensive as sortuiQUt of Pookti and Stationery, including .School Boo'kp, MlectUancous Books? Theological Books, ModieaT Books, Account Dooks, Blank Books. Writing paper f every description, and all rticle useful in tho library nnd counting-room. Mer chant!' from brond favoring us with orders for aa ooun,' books or miscellaneous stock, will have their orders filled with promptness. Address APPLEGATE & CO. 43 Main street, Cinci&nati, Ohio.. H ENRY HOWE Sc Co., Booksellers aatf Station erf, Mr.Jn street, Cincinnati. MIDDLETON, STROBRIDGE k CO. . r.iTiioratAPiiF.its akd gngiiavebs C'orirr of Third and Walnut st., CINCINNATI, onto. STANHOPE S. ROWE k CO., 11 VNKF.HS, Third street, Cincinnati., TV rillGIITSON & CO., BOOK AND JOB PRINT ERS. IH7 Walnut streut, Cincinnati. pASTEN, DICKSON k WALLINGFORD. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Hardware andi Cutlery, Pearl St., CTncinnati. THE i&Aimo.VD IlECORD, x ytna&i.? paper, DEVOTED TO RAILROADS k STATISTICS. Wrightsoli & Co., Publishers, 187 Walnut st., Cincinnati. Tyiw, priming-Presses, aad Priaters' Materials gel "rally. Ordurj gromptly filled for any part o thn Hiilfml Rh '"3 of Tcrritorrs. L. T. WELL&,Stipt. piUNKLZN' TYPE FOUNDRY- Mannfacturers of Tyfcj.v nU dealers in Pifntiair M6-rial, Cin- cinnuti, Ohio. ' Our Stcrootyne Establishment, ono of tho larcest in tho Union, affords ninple facilities foe executing; any oruevs we may be lar&red wnfi. , ' ' , R. ALLISON, Siipt. pOLLOCK is M'CALL Wholesale Dealers in Pa per, Walnut strcut, Cincinnati. PAPER AND STATIONEUY. TUIXON k CHATFIELD, Wholcsal Dealers ini ' Paper of every variety, including Book, News, and Job Printing Paper; Note, Cap, and Letter aper; Envelopes, Wrapping-Paper,. c. Ac. 77 and 79 Walnut st., Cmt'innati. WESLEYAN FEMALE COLLEGE a Seminary ' ' for Young Ladies. Sessions commence in the months of February and Septtsbtr. Rev. P. B. Wilbur, Principal, Cincinnati. "MASONIC REVIEW A Monthly Magazine, do voted to Masonry. Edited and Published by C. Moore, Cin. Terms, $2 per annum. ANDERSON, GATES WRIGHT; Booksell&ro and Stationers, Main street, Cincktaati. 6 EO. M. DIXON, Wholesale and Retail Drug gist, corner of Fifth and Main st. Cm. S, nlid. "We,,," said "luM ,hc diifer?co ZiEESL S S between a man and a jackass: tho jackass can t, atin,ip.,5nn r.h.lati; i il. i,. "'. . . .. ... . change his mind, and the man can it's a hu man privilege. day of Ootober, 1858, while in the employ. , mndo within $ix hour mont of this company, II. J. Olds. Mr. Olds was Having been established for a period of upwards an American, about 30 years of age, a carpenter by of thrco years, during which they havo transacted trade, has a brothor somewhoro in California, and all tho business entrusted to them in a manner to is said to havo a sister and other relations in Wis- please their depositors, they fee) nt liberty to refer consin. His relatives can loarn the particulars of to ho correctness and liberality which havo charao hls death, and his lawful reprrsentatives can ob- terized all their dealings aS some guarantco for tain tho amount duo him at tho time o( his death what they will do ih the future, on application to S. II. LATHROP, They would especially dwell upon the fact that Director of the Mines, Tubac. tiiet do them own wouk, nnd manufacture all (7ARPENTER WANTEB. A good oarponterean , utensils used by them, for which thoy received a havo constant employment, on application to premium at the lath Stato Fair. In every depart S. II LATIIROP, went none but the best of talent is employed. Director of tho Mines, Tubao. Sonora Exploring" As vouchers for tho correctness of their Assays, and Mining Co. mar 31 incy ro,cr wun permission to tho following Uankers, , 7 " . sZZ. who, iur "vim mroo .vunrn, nnvo smpneu oars as- Z food wAnees oh 8ed tbera' to tho Eastcrn Statos d Europe; references: Director of tho Mines, Tubac. aud Mining Company, wages, LATIIROP, I Sonora Exploring B. Davidson, Esq. Messrs. J. Parrott k Co. mar 31 i Incurs. Tallaat k Wildo. " Sather k Church LANE k BODLEY, MACHINISTS, Ctnemnatu O. RICHARDSON'S SHERRY WINE BIT TERS. For salo wholesale k retail by J. N. HARRIS & Co., Genera! Agents f6r the West, No. .5 College Building, Cincinnati. AT ATIVE AVINES SPARKLING CATAWBA, and Isabella Wines, equal to the' beat imported Champaignc and still winps, for salo by JOHN D. PARK, Cor. 4th k Walnut streets, Cincinnati. 1?AGLE INSURANCE COMPANY 73 Thjrd t., Cincinnati. T7AMILY MEDICINES. JOHN D. .PARK, Corner of Fourth and Walnut streets, Cincinna ti, Ohio, offers for sale a general asforfment of Pa tent Family Medicines. Dealers suppliod at whole salo rates. PEKIIY DAVIS VEGETABLE PAIN KILLER A This well established and successful remedy foi tho cure of cholera morbus, burns, scalds, cuts, to. etc., Is offered for sale wholesale and retail, by J. N. HARRIS k Co., No, S College Building Cincinnati, Ohio. KENNETT 4s DUDLEY, DEALERS IjN TOBACCO, CINCINNATI, O.