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wwrTv..s.itf,v [From the New York Home Journal.] [From the New York Home Journal.] THE BEGGAR AND THE WORLDLING. [From the New York Home Journal.] THE BEGGAR AND THE WORLDLING. BY MRS. H. L. BOSTWICK. a kmr stands at my dnor, Mabel .it r , A hivrioj,ilot ehihtu :.'i' ' oV why n r ysnjl. rlng, wraiy and alone, , i . Jlnl him b"g.no, . . . .w ic "Tlioosa'tn Bight Is bitter nnHwihl.' If J 'There la fon! In my rmhJe, "arid Are, Mahet, li'nr Miinan nf HifTniTlit kt.. Put none for thin wanderer, lonely and late,, S.ll I 1 If i jhla ebltd ttmt mev-not noma In. . nau itJ wi vim; hurl-' ' t Of' rftAV Vhh tjeaur mu.t nut come In. . .,, .,, Bill) kneoklng. and knncklnit dlfttellhla (H Iw.n.rat whim ha n rfD: Where the hMHinethall. am ru-hr than mln,, Ana me ewicuaa oi purr tnu nm-. s'raa-rans and Hne Are the couches of purple audi rose.,,. ., W 111 ha ii"M of yonr emml, tnr Mabel ? ' : I 1 Vntunw. tiv ntrn'Ailm. fmll or fail-. ,. Th. Wrt mint am hi way:! .." ... ! i M I , . No sleep, no jraver,' ' . " n' , Tlho.i)PMIWr'U uia y I , n ,. - ; ti Oo empty the flat' from Ihe beard, 'Mabel; ' i , And KOattrr the nner-gays aboutl And the Jait red drop fj..in llio cuiiliel cu,, . Praia out, g.d rhlM, drain out ! 1 ' oe bow can he an p ; When viands and cordial arc out? I . ! Qoerirn Ml th beahtrWIstnrev Mabel, , ; t Break every harpBtrinK,sweat - i H.apice on the lire till It n.id the floor, ;; ! And drips at the becimr'e feet: . i Under the floor. ' ' , Drips at tho beggsf 'sjo'. ! .n.New',soflly,earsillrefee), Manet, ' 'ij -fiktv ,llU,,)pM1,aeh.J.diirwld.! . .'I ,n'OD,','rimi"e? fti'.redrearv luid'lnrk Mm. tuestroet, t i He never will oume iii.iile! t . , rvJrtaetl J'.nefoetf; ' . 1 ' Tliey ttcvor will come lnaiL'tt.; ,,, ; The Fair Fiend—The Manner in Which Women Treat Each Other. ' We bcliore this sketch, is translate J from ' t he prose-writing ol'Uinnru U lloine. An old 1 lady, telling her grand-daughter how cruel J woman often ara to each nther teljs this storj ' ns au illustration: , . ,.,t ., ; "I whs young once, and had a achoul-raate, n pirl swoot an hope, and iunocent as a saint h riven; shp was. pretty, tuoj-just mich a Crchturc as a VuulU of nincteea would CuU In, love yr.Kd. vf rite verses about and dote uponj 'till nfrasnci faco crossed his path. ... i '' . ''Yci Lotcbcn was fair, nd if ever thenand Vof n;jel belonged to woman, it was her birth-, '.right; Tiefore fcer eighteenth year sb Qoated 'npon.tlie' wing of her guardian spirit, to chum Vlit ntriiiirignt lu.neavea.,,;- ;. i "But L(U'ben had a human heart, t3l, and as far' as her inuocent ignorarjea allowed her to know pnion; cue tell in love at sixteen, 'if it wai felling in love to pour ont her whole 'bclnt? at a morlnl's feet, nud auk for notliiilf. unless it were for strength to keep her modest secret.- "'" " ' " ii' "The youth she IotstI, pescd her by tinno ticnd to many a man pants bit a fnie,' noble heart' vnrtod, though tht rtaiiinn thereof might trrtctae nt't wcuiuhci ntur ntiiiftr, no, xiouincu :hud nu lovo for Lotohen; no more love thiin -he had tbr the image of the Virgin 'In 'the tchurea wherein be worshipped, and where, too often, be stood like an earth veil between iotchen and heaven.'1 . ' ' ' . ''The dirl loved him as a'"t)ioos Catholic loves a saint as something holy and above her; it was enough for her to' hear his voice at rare intervals, to snatch a trembling glance ol his fivce; and all the while,' industriously to hido herself from his notice. Her Innocent love knew n tututa; It only ' lived in the present; she never thought that that present could alter, or that anything could take her idol from -lit ?" t . "; " , ('But Henridh derart-id, and' with him went a tvembling heart,'and every guiltless prayer that innocoiioecaa frame. Lotchco grieved sadly, qniotlvj but not in deepalr; he Would return; ue had only gone to Heidelberg; ha would oome back from the University, with a world of knowlodge and science; and it would shine out in his beautiful face, giving it a froiu glory, i , . ,. .. .-. "Tiine went, by news came that Heinrich wo betrothed ,,tq .the rectors daughter, Lotcbes weit,,but quiet tears -tears that she thought no eyea but the angels could two) yet soma one spied them ouLlliktttaiirrms one1' was a young girl, toe-tchool fellow .hiding Lotcheas blujhiiig fuce against her 'own' bosom, and winding hen arms around her like, n sister, she drew: out. of. the full heart till it bad felt and sullored for two long .years 11 the happiness it had known, too a happiness wbo3Q 4ight was now quenched in tears. The fiioud spoke suit, consoling words to Lotchen and le.t her to tell the rait In Heaven; "One week later there came a letttr -from Hcinriuh a most loving letter, disabusing the young girl's mind as to the false report, and pouring out all the soul of the writer is love to her.. ,. .Heinrich loved herl'i Then earth was hcavenl-. Ob. why did not' the'1 young enthusiast carry her groat happiness Btrahjht to, her mother and give her half! Somcthnifj, withheld her;. she could not tell her joy to mortal ear. . . .. i '; "Her friend gently questioned her of her1 happiness, for her bcatnlng I looks betrayed that she had a lich store in her posietision. Lotchen only answered, 'Tho rose-tree in my garden, which I thought dead, is in blossom, and 1 snail yet wear a crown of its flowers!' Th friend asked no more. ." ' ' 'The timid girl trembled to answer flein rich's letter, but he had so entreated for a roply, that sho overcame her fears and wrote to him all her love.' No not a thousandth part, but still something which let him read tlie first page of hef virgin heart. Then her loTOr wrote again and again warm, glowing, impassioned letters, yet kept within bounds by the remembrance of the pare heart into whkth he was pouring his soul. Ho must be absent yet a year, but at the end of that time . his studies would be completed; ho would leave Heidclburg, and fly to claim his loving Lotchen. ' ' 1 ,(', "'The year' of happy' waiting" was ' goiio, Heinrich came home to Manheim, hut he passed Lotchen by with a cold greeting. ' A fair young brido hungunon'b.iaarm Lotchen died, llifd, wbeuat length tae knew .that all lit.,tmutU4iolied Utter the had received were forged bj her friend lumd for her frietuti euorL aiui that her truttirut unieeri wherein her tuul via written, had been ihown about Manhtim among Lotchen t acqiuunUtncet, Peace to thee, Lotchen, sleep Weill Slain by a Human and a enter t hand I '.Au, young lieaiul you.wiu . weep, maay of you 'will ween. ,for. Lotchan's true story: 'never than, sport with .another woman feeliugs.'. Let her he sacred in your eyes, as your own. mother's daughter" ,; . "I waiit Iq tull yuu wore, but tears are , my old, eyHS,limiu(iig them more than, age, and tears are welling up in my heart for the lost companion of my .early days, now mould- eripg in the grave my sweet, gentle, loving Lotcnen." .,. i . When my grand mother ceased, my cousin Margaret's, fair head was bowed down upon her huu'lu. ' -, X knew that had she moved thorn 1 should, have seen the tear of sensibility trembling oo Jien Jong lashes. ."What are you thinking of !','id (lay grandmother. was thiakiug, graudmauiuin, that I do wish you would giv me that bit of point lace whifh Ivtwin vmit JtiLwot VMlarrltw lJI . ' A Very Correct Family. The authoress of: The : Mill o tkt Plott, thus refers te tbo'Dodson family Funerals Were Always conducted with pe- culltir propriety in the liod.wn .ianiily;. nai-Dttnas were never or a Diiiesnadj), to gloves never split at the thumb.. everybody was a mourner who ought to be, and there were always scorfs for. lue peai-ers. When ono of the family was In trouble or sickness, all tba rest went to visit the unfoTtuuate member, usually at the same time, and did not shrink from, pttering the pto.t disagree able truths that correct family feeling dictated; if the illness or trouble was the sufferer's own fault, it wu not in the practice of the Dod soa family to shrink from sayiiu so. i And if. was remarkaul ibat whila o indl . vidual Oodsou was satisfied with any other , individual Ifodaua, each was 1 aatistied only witlv bu ui brsli; Lot with the Dod ousaoUuctively., . ,n,wv. u-U'-'-1' 0l' RSLATIONS TO THa.W(iKLD. "Ynnixr man,'.' said a minuter to a yiothvOf hia -cou-gresatioo, '.do you know wlwt relations you sunraln in .' th. world?", "i's, sir; two cousins and a grandmother, but I do not Mud to sustain tnu much lougar,', : '....rt-. ,: I-U-. ' 'r ' ' - .- .'ju.. i: !" .. '..!!.; ."'" ' 1 .tiih.'JUl t t-JLoa One Little Feather Becomes Five Hens. One Little Feather Becomes Five Hens. TEASLATED FROM HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSSEN. 'YThtlsltlciTiMQrsWryr'iaidi a .hoft, aid Tndocd in a "quarter of the city where the story had, notjiappened.. "That's a tcrrihl story in a hen-house) I can t eleep alone ttr night! ' It's' well there are so many of us slt tlnr on 'the porch together!" Then she told tne Story, so uini ine liens ruiueit im:ir imiti ers, and the cock lot his comb fall. "It's iW true.""" '" k ' ' '" ' ' ! But w wll ricgln With flie heginnlng; and we must look for that in another quarter pf the city1. The sun was setting, and the hens were living to their perch. One hen with White flathers and short legv laid her regu lar egK, and was, as a hen, in every way re spectable, W hile she was flyirtg to perch, she pecked herself with her bill, and a llttlo feather fell out, ' ' ' ' " ' , -There they go," ald she; "the mow I pluck, the handsomer I am! ' bhe said this In a gay tone, forshe was the choice among the hens, besides, as I said, vorv resectable; and then she went to sleep. liarkncss was round about; hen sat by hen, but she who sat next to tho gay one, did not sleep; she heard and she didn't hearas t should oe in mis worm, io hut she must tell it to her next neighbor. "Did you hear what was sai l? I mention no name, but here is a hen who plucks her self to appear well. If I were a cook, Id despise ner." ' " . . . 1 1 Right over ttfe hen sat the owl, with her husband and children. The family had sharp ears; they all heard every word which the neighbor hen said; and they rolled their eyes, and the owl mother flapped her wings and saldf . '. "Only hear there! but you heard well what was said. I heard with my own ears; and one must hear a great deal not to drop a single word. There is one of the hens yonder who has lorgotten wnat necomes a nen iu such a degree, that she plucks out all her feathers to let the cock see her." t "iVenrs garde auz enfant'? said the ov1 father; "That's for the children," "1 11 tell it, however, to the neighbor owl;" that Is a very worthy owl in the neighbor hoorl nnd then thev flew awav. "Iloo, hoo! whoo!" they both hooted Into the dove-cot of the doves within. "Have you beard? Have you heard? Wbool There is a hen yonder who ha plucked ont all her feathers for the sake of the cock; she'll freeze, if she isn t already frozen. V hoo! . , 1. T," 1. ) Wl,.u1' ...r..,i ft.. A n.ao "In tho neighbor's yard. I have as good as seen it myself. It is'almost improper to toll the story; (' all true I" ' "Believe it"-bclicve every word," said the doves; and cooed down into their own hen- yanl. ..." "There'B a hen yonder," they said "some au there are two. who have plucked out all their feathers so as not to look like the oth ers, and to attract tho attention of the cock. That is a dangerous game, they'll take cold J J : 1' .. A , 1 . n ' 4 Kvtt, rl n n .1 ' ' ani uie ui a icrci uuu msj v uwn. . "Wako un 1 wake un I" crowed the cock, "There are three hens have died for the love of acock; that's a hateful story; 1 won't keep I. ......... W It r, r.,Hk.r ' 'Let it'iro further." whhiticd the bat: nnd so the story went from hen-house to hen house! and at last it came back to the spot from whicn it Had nrst set out. "Five hens," the story said, "had plucked out all their feathers, to show which of them would becomo thinnest for the love of the cock; and then they hacked themselves bloody and fell down dead, for the joke and shame ol their families, and their owner's loss." Now the hen which bad lost the loose little feather naturally, did not know her own story again; and as she w.ts a respectable hen, she said: "1 despise these hens I but there are more of the sort ; so perhaps one should not keep silence, and I will do my best to get the story into the newspapers I" It got into the newspapers, it was printed, and it is b11 true; one little feather can really bocome five hens.. , i Soliloquy of a Genuine Loafer. ' i s 1 in "I Let'j see, where am I? . Yes, I mind now. Was coming up street met a wheel barrow was drunk, comin' tother way, the wheel 1 barrow fell over me or 1 fell over the wheel ' barrow, and one of us fell into a cellar don't (know which now guess it must havo been me. I'm a nice man, yes I am tightl tore! 1 drunk! Well, I cant help it tnin't my fault wonder whose fault 'tis? Is it J ones' s fault? No. ,i Is it my wife's fault? Woll.it inin't. Is it the wheel-barrow's fault? No. It's whisky's fault. Who is whisky? Has he a large family? All poor, I reckon. I think I won t own him any more. 1 11 cut His ac quaintance I've had that notion for about ten years, and I always bate to do it for fear ofhurtine his feelinrrs. I'll do it now I think liquor's injuria me, it's spoiliu' my itemperv . Sometimes I get mad, when I'm drunk, nnd abuse Bets and the brats it used to be Xizzie and the children that's Boiue. time tgo. I d comchom ol evenings, she used to put her arms around my neck and kiss mo, and call me her dear William. When I come one now.1 she takes her pipe out of her mouth, and hair ont of her eyes, and says sometiun like, "mil, you drunken oruie, shut the door after you; we're cold enough havin' no hre, thout lettin tne snow blow fn that way." ,. Yes, she s Bets, and I'm Bill, bow. I ain't a trood bill nuthen won't pass1 a tavern without goin' and gettin' drunk. Don t Knowwnat oanK i m on. iast Satur day night I was on the river bank drunk. I I stay out nretty late; no, sometimes I'm out til night; fuct is, I'm pretty much out all over out of friends, out of pocket, out of el bows, and knees, and always outrageously lirty so Bets says, mil men sne s no juuge, for she's never clean herself. I wonder why she doesn't wear good clothes may be she nasn i got era; wnoseiauit s inatr taint mine must be whisky's. I Sometimes I'm in, however, I'm intoxi cated now, in somebody's coal cellar. There's one principle I've got I won't got in debt: ever could do it. There, one of my coat tans is cone trot tore on. 1 expect, wnen fell in here. I'll have to get a new suit soon. A fellow told me that I'd make a eood sign for a piiiier mill, t'other day. if r,..n't A i,: i'a i.: r. i.n it,;. ou ii aw mi K ' mlk iitiu. i ,g U'lM una shirt on , for nine days, and I'm afraid won't come elf without tearinor. Peonle ought to respect me more than they do, i:m in noiy oraers. , . I I ain't a dandy, though my clothes pretty near Grecian style. I guess I tore this "window shutter in my pants t'other night, when I sat down on the wax in Ben llugirs shop, and I'll have to get it mended. or or, I'll catch cold. I ain't very stout it is. as tne poys say, rm lat as a matcn, and as healthy as the small pox. My best hut has been standing guard for window pane that went out the other morn ing at the invitation of a brick bat. It's get ting cold down hre; wonder if I ain't able to climb. If I bad a drink I could think better. Let's see; I ain't got three cents, if was in a tavern 1 would sponge one. When ever a person treats and says, "Come fellers," I always think my name is "fellers," and got too good manners to retuse. Well, must leave this, or they'll arrest me for attempt at burglary. I ain't come to yet. Anyhow it was the wheelbarrow did tne harm not me. 1 How Goesir Gatbkrr as it Goes. Newburyport (Mass.) Herald tells the follow Ing: A clergyman, residing at the head ume-street, went com bis home in perfect health, and was told before he left Hiirh- afreet that thev had the varioloid in his house. This surprised him, as every member of family were well. In State-street he learned that his house was infected, and had commu nicated the infection. As he was returning nvme, ne was overtaken oy a orotner clergy man: who told him be was clad to see oat, as be had just heard that he (the mentioned clerical) was down in the stages of the small-pox. At five o'clock, sex ton canie to nis nouse, and doubtless next report will be that be has been measured for his cotHn. The facts of the case are these: r ur weeks ago, his children had the chicken pronounced ao bv bis eiuerieured ohy sieian, who, has never, sees tit to alter opinion. As to the sexton, ha was "after sodding down" a back yard. The clergyman hopes that tha butcher and baker will not aeterrea ;rou making their usual call. 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Ity ttrlct nttntiin to a IcrI mn Insiiruitc" ,u-iniHf1 thin Ompiiny Is enndlfd to uifer both iiIfnnilty lor the pant anrl cenrity fur lue fuliit o. roucics .biiea wiinoui uuiay dj CARTER 3 MNDSISY, Aento, ! Ku. 4u Slfiin-Ftrw t, and Ho, 171 Vin-tret. J. J. noftKKK, A gout, Fulton, 17th Ward. P. Iirsil, Aarent, CovlnRtoD, Ky. frU-ny C. P. lU'dlANAN, Newport, Ky. - ' City Insurance Company OF CINCINNATI, OHIO., ! No. r rrni.ir i.anhino,' bktwekn JU1N AND BUAMOKK.-JCiabliiihed IdtK. Capital Htock 150,000 00 Xlre and larine HMskM ' Tak.-m at fair rale". t.ee exiultahly adjusted and prontpiiy puiu. Trni.f.vATi Tt lLnnlna .t.i.enti G. Ttntlir. R. M. Mellon, T. .1. Weaver, W. D. Bf.Mirr. J. W. Ponohue, U. b. lULlues. u. W. I niM nridio, j. ii. innmer. JdS. O. llllTLKll, 1'realdest. W. MItlcnAnnioN, Kccretary. Wm. r. SlHATroN, Surveyor, ' marz-cm Western Insurance Company, OP CINCINNATI, fkl'FU.'R IN Tim ISFCOND STORT OF . r o. J I rnt-sUeet, between main ana nyca- ni.m This Company Is tnhlrn Fire, Inland and Marin K1.K" at curroui rm-i ti rreini'uu. . Louus fairly adjusted and promptly paid: DniECTOHS: ' V. Kokcrt. T. hall. S. XT. Pomeroy, Wm. CI. nr., W. l Whltcher, W. O. Mann, Huht. Jlltcheii, w. 11. tiomatwk, I-. u. k. stone, l'.,,l,t. Uni'liaiian. tl. O. Hlm.v. Uco. Htall, Vui. s, ll(,, Kuth K I ani, J. H. TiuilTa, . Puld tiil-on, II. llia(4imann, J.u. lsuam. It. Clcarwutor, Thou. U. Klliott, ' T. V. EOKKUT. President. StrrnrM Moeer, Peciei.try. no National Insuranoe Company, CINCINNATI, OHIO. o FFICB MOIITH-WEST COIINER OF SI AIM A. 1) IIIU.M- iiitEia, Marine, Inland Transportation aim Fire Risks. , TAKEN AT CURRENT RATES, TJfUKOTOUS: s John Ttnriyne, E. ?l. Sriifli, Pobert Moore, Wm. ll'-pwurtli, Ctins.'lj. Hoore, M. Fi'cheimer, L.'lloKS. 'Thus! H.ltlees, lienry Kills. JOHN UL'KUOYMS. Tresiaent. H. 0. CnNES, bocretury. 1 nos-htui 1". A.SPUIOMAN, imrveyor. . THE OYSTER TRADE. ., ps.vi.Eaia OYSTERS! ., FllEsn CAN OYHTEItSI COVE OYSTEUSI Bploed Oyatera! PICKLED OY8TER8I Thk smsrifTBRR is now heckit INI) IiAILV.by ihe Ail.ims Bipross, MALT- a o world-rouowncd llultlmore 'resh Can, Keg and Shell Oysters ' , Alio Prii.h. ITermatlra11v.eali COVE. SPICED AMD r ilia. i. r. u u i n 1 an. . ROBERT ORR, Agent. sopMf Depot, 11 Weal Fifth-street. i0 MEDICAL AND DENTAL. 0. 12. J. EAVTOX, M. DM u ATfcPFK'l? NO. tin WF.ST SFVENTn-ST, Lf hulwewu Vine antl Itiu?'. K. Itrsidunce hto. AM ri.illi..tro..t. Iii'tuci.ti Vuluut aui Vine. Ollics bonrH 7 i toms A. tl.: 1,'j toa'i r. Jl , 7 to 6 r. .n. WILLI A31" 31. IIUIVTER, DENTIST, $06 VINE-STREET. .L TA FT, (Succe.inor to Koowlton A Tuft,) DENTIST, NO. 50 AV'HT FOPnTn-STttEET, BE TWEEN WALNUT awl VINK, - r.riurirwar ATT. ss. ! SPALDIiVG'S PREPARED GLUE! iSTITCH IN TUIE SATES NLX Economy! Dlspatobl Save tlib Pieces trHRFI'L TN VVKH.Y ffOITtwIt FOR U uiBudiiiu'Turiiltura. f uva. Crotiiory. UlaHwaj:a. Tu'lL.I t- l-v ... u. .aaa.lh -TaT.a. VAa.T. y noioBam vvpn. x(. ja iwi i -nv -1 , r w ui h..t Nn. s.hoo. now xorit. Put tin for Praleri In eanrt'coutaitiiug lour, eislit, mun vt)0 UtUll H, uaeVI'MOt AsavaaJ iJ"s puu .1. .. J - L nr., T llK.,.rF.il,h S.I.1S cain areompanying each pafKige. , wi-ar Ilanks's Bell and Brass Foundry. NlMiSVToRKS. fft.rmerly Oeowe I,. Hanks,) Mo. - l'4ll l-.)t beuyud-stlue,, vincinun,!, nEMjSK.HI'TCO.NMTANTL.YONIIANI), ... n.n.ln ,....r.l..i .,1 tl(i i. it, tin 111 H.UUO Ik.linil.. ait.t In ehiiii. ri. iv.iiliT.' lOvurv Tuliotv of Uiuss Wuikaii'l Hr.ii and Uoiniiosllli'n (.'aetluaa made orilcr, Al-d on liinil. Habtiitt .noiei uu Bpnr o'H ller, ami orci y (I.. fcripliuu of Finished Brass Work, i I tO I-IPE AI FITTINGS. Vnrimi f ;i i ti.,.i I. .n olron to Htambnat Work, such ai Wri.n, .itt.i m rininK ana Pitting' put up: Btcam uliil W i.R-i, .. JU'.il.i I'lfkiuK, 'HIUKi . Tf 11 bl 'Wur, i:tn;i:i ll'-ll-i, Ai:. Latfor-Uier Cue. utl i.tli-r l-.li i. til., .lu nvl nn hml. . - . IHUilAt HUTU, Soporlnleadenl. ' ..'.. iiii"j.ciihiwi Pure Catawba Wine. VI. A PVRE AttTICLK OON8TANTI.V JM. luiudatuior si.10 In any uiiuuiiiy uy , AI.BH1IT I10SU, Drumlst,' . Boutb-wesl oonior OentniliveDue and A.ie'Utb . lanWl VOI rOITNti UVHUN T BA.-Bxtr. flu T. H. thi.lc. io. a., atwoi t aiylJ lfa4 . . ... CpLIKH'i, B 4X JUU ufslrwrti , t'l.i ju; it. MISCELLANEOUS. NEW STYLE 4 '''', PRIOE, $40. Th attention of ftunlliea I an far the Bret time publicly asked ST the BBAnufactarers to their ae styleof . ,., ' . : . Sewing Maohlne. They ban submitted It t trial and th critical jndgment of tha best mechanic and experts, by all of whom It haa been eoaoeded to be one of th PEST MACHINES L THE MARKET . This Machine la no pat before the pnblle on Its own merles, and will be found equal to th meat ex- pensiv machine, la all th following particulars, and in some respects lto(ethernperlor t - 1. In simplicity of construction and action I . In durability and non-liability to get oat of orderi i . . In th qnaliay and amount of work which it will do In a given time; . ; " ..-In the facility with which it will work on all kinds of fabrics, from th coarsest to th finest cloths and textures ; In the ease with which on can learn to ate It : s. While with cheapness, combined with .axosl lenoe, and In th ease wltk which It runs, It Ii with. out a parallel : . Ootton, silk and linen can b used from th origthal spool.1 ' Persona In want of Machines at respectfully In. vlted to call and examine ours before purchasing elsewhere. Agent, traveling and local, are wanted to sell this machine throughout the United SUte. W. L BRAIV.AN & CO., CO a. FOURTH AND WALNUT, mMl ' " ' UINOlMlfATl, OHIO. Well. PHILLIPS, ' Real Estate, Note and Bill Broker, No. 83 West Thlrd-atrec, ' .' . CINCINNATI, OHIO. "' BVf INKSS PAPFIl CASHED AT A FEW MUMKNl'S' NOV10K. Money XjOfined on Collateral Se curity, ' ".,,' ' 1 ' RBrnritcxs Messrs. Ollmore, Dnnlap A Co., Bank ers , Jl . Aliae A JO., M.n.r. j Dun onnj m vu.. Srocers; B. M. BIshopA Uo., Oreoers; Uhaw, Buell Barbour, Pry Goods Merchants! J.oha At. Green. Lnmiier siercnani.' api-w CANDY! OANDY!. IX. TV. 3TaAJZJ3L, CSUOCXSSOB TO HTVXS MANUFACTURER A WHOLESALE FINE AND PLAIN RANDIES, NO. 40 MAIN-STREET, CINCINNATI, O. ' - - r mylTl '! . ". , ' ' 7'i ' - - 1 Millinery! -w -aim r m .n m m-m-m . ' ' : i J W MJ J. - J JtSV.a 1Q4 Flirtlxsasaitxraxst. I AM B.ECEIVINO DAItT, PI1KB57 the very newest atvlea of Be BV IT. liKBST the very newest styles of Bonmxts, Kib boms, Premok AavirictAL Flowtsj, Chiloxbn's mini r.iiw. nnTirin.li iuiw.uii.aiui.wii Hats. Kti.hu. Cbapbs. Bloxd Lacks. Btbaw Talis. misqs, Bonn et Faamu and Aiilllnibv Uoop. . Mfholaaala an Katmil, ma :' NO. 154 FIFTH-bTBssTT. iH i . t ; f II I I I a MUSICAL. w to ON Tea NEW MUSIC, I T TT S T ' PUBLISHBD T1T15 HIXIiH- OKOUOU tiOUU'lTlHUrl, dtxllctd to the Ij-upiliot the Uillsborouch fc'umals College. By Cmrl Augustus vlasa. j.riceiucenvai. . JOHH CHTniOH, Ji.; 1 WeatVourtb'Streut.' NOLI) HTEDAI. PIANOS THB BEST IN Tal mm A nl K.KIIIA MtAfU X lirilM'l 1 1 if new lorju power roi vmea aouuie artiiid.Bction Conct-rt Pianoa. oro- r a a w . . s. 7 I Ii 1 pouncca uy ijiiicti, a uuioerg ana oiaer rMi sartlita th hnat in AXisttanM. We will aell lower tor caeh than any other dealer the city. PUnoe and Me.odeona tuned And repaired ihomnarhlr. Pltanne to let at from 6 to Sl6 nerauar tr. Mniioal instruments eaiitna; as uaii-pnoea. u aut bay or root a Piauo UaUII you have oaUod and ax- B1UXTINQ A BBO., Bole Afents, Piano DeAlera and Maker. fell ' Mo. 227 W. yUto-sUea, new Flank. OfllO AYH1TE SULPHUR SPRINGS. Announcement of tne Proprietor 1 for 1860. rsniTR Off TO WH1TK S I7L P M If M- Hi'RINGH are situated iu Delaware County. miles uortfa or Loluiubua, the capital 01 unio,on si-ioto Ilivur, ten miles from Delaware, five mlltis ?om White tiulphur Station, on the BpriiifrLMd, oruon at FitUburg Railroad, and six miles from ewls Center Station, on the ClnclnuU, Culumbua du uievi'inna luiiiroau. 1 ' . Thanwi Hnrinm will be oven tomht raoentlon of vis itors irom may uuiu vctouer. . rTbe gratifying experience of the past two aeaac haH fnllw M.iiflrti.sail tliM ViiivliAat extMrtetions of t proprk-tor, and encouragea mm to pereeTere in ufl(ru to make this second to no place In the country. I J lie llirKO UUiuuai vi uuruivt'irUi) miw vv itii u ttnen AilefttaHil eatAhllnh Iwrvond a doubt the raro 11 1 liable wed lot nl qualities ol tusso waiera. xneir Iterative, tonic and aperient properties render thorn terai oful Jlte WhlU Bulphnr, The Chalybvate.The Magneniitn, roiui 111 a ureal varieiv 01 riiseues. 1 ue nvu optiiiks )he Hail no Cbalybeate and. the spring of Para Wa 1r, aroau within tUe lawn aud easy ol a Bathing here by the plan adopted 1" brunght ftr competition stition Willi mat at naTuraifywarin eua The water, heated in tbe bath-tubby sfam naturally warm and Brings. nlruiH. thnlsMHt lint iMlnff r.iYMl b I AT It eUaJUHO IO Or cii'itate iu salts, Is applied to thesui fnce of the bather I WUUUIll Ilia sJAS Of muy V iw aii HiRimnui. The buildiiiKNaresubsUntiai end convenient. grounds, embracing about 100 acres, divided between Uwn und woodland, are tastefully laid off I uto walks aod drives. iA TKI.kir.RAPH nrriCB hm been TMrmanentW e-Ubll-lu d, oonuieCiiug the 8prluga f 1th all parte tQ'i eoniiiry. A Livery, Well stocked with horeef and oarriagtf, Is attached to the plaoe. ' PorfurthorUttripaUonaiTaaigaDaaaU for rovau, 1 ' AUDBIW TfllSOsT, J., JVoiirletor, " ' Whll. feulol.ur Vu.toino BPJJ-bm J, , Uolawar Oijuiity, 0. KITTREDQiq & 0 6 B. ; 13 mainit., tM b. ?",' KITTREDGE St FOLSOHf I 09 Bu Charl-t., New Orl.aa, Jj 1 . laroaTxasor Otina snd Bportizxai -A.ppsrtt, iAuaa n mnviu, , , MISCELLANEOUS. 1 In It 1ft tne Tits and I Into uui hot Tho of , 1? .'p-W. i HAJjls, VAttrlUAjll vv.i Xta IS IT Ea Clnmhla-trt. rTTHElWOIT nWf.TSTIT.n FIH E ANI milini.AB pjioufSAl'Kit. fhor liav given 1 set .rnctlr.n tbn anv other now In 11. ... W offer a reward of ONI THOUSAND TWHi- T,A Ha an anr nereon thet i.n. unto the nreeent time, Show a single iusUnra wherein they have failed to prerp ineir conienie, With this HAI'S rharlehee all eomDetlHon, ae p-lti the best Fire Prtxir, Uuralar I'n.nf, or fire aid Bnrslar Proof now made: are wHliiiB to tMt (th au MtabUHlimcnt in thft Union, ami th mrt fhillnit firfrt to firrfi tt to tba other th buui of $J,ikio. Wo HfA TsJlMrrwl tn furttUh hottnr Mavf. ftfiil at ti9 erwt, tbaa auj otliei;, iuvuufvctarr la ika liaitd Boond-bind Rafwlof Mhtr mnWait a1o o hand. Wa mprctfulW tnvltf the publ to call an4 in our stock brort puKbsuliig iilwwlwra. HALL, CARROLL & CO., auU-r Noa. 15 and 1 Eaat OolnrnMa-atiwit. J.1-L mil Ift.t luat whikt tlift l.atUim li five inns n-'naaul kml Ifntksvd for In VAln. tba TJTKUINE ELIXIR. Tha Utariue KMxtr In warnmbM. to cure all dfa mm of a ntpriuo nntur; Inflammation of tba Womb, tha Kt lnfrK, tha OtrtIms and tba Iirrthrm, Prolaiwnfi or rBllingoi in" nomu. ruiniui nn'nmni- Sxtinn rhlntWMlsi. A maruirTlim'. tn frtft. H tMrfrct Clllt In Rtiarantd bj tb of fmm two to fitf bottle ol the ICIIvir, of any d.lfw wbatworof tbe OcnrratlTi and lirlaary Orinnn, of male or frmnlr. no matter of Uow ion n t una n iff. rrire pr i'in, . maiiamk k .i.in iMiiiM mriiriii&T Rtipniion IO IIW following Card of oa of tho moat prominent Druf- (inuoi uincinnau: . . . . " To (W PubUc and At) LadiM in raHicmiar: f TV VS, alio Saliucu BJiaiiawu, (BSD IIUI Its alio .inuser va aj. Ini owr name to PHtent M wllolnoa; but knowinir well tha Ladv I'hyitclan, and tbe nwdlclna eallod th IV,. h..I.IMaJ a.A I. tka Waklt srlw. rtorlii Klixir, we clinortniir rro.mmend it to an u) maln HQflurlnff from ff male DIwaMti of any kind; tt In purely Tftvtabie. and in nocnap can no liynry: ureiT Tajipttnuiiit anu in n1- ciiw 111 uu injury vvr to all try. and our word for It, yon will ftnd rallof. aa? Oorner or Fifth, and ftaoa atreeti.1 .AT.RO-a. MAT) A MK1 TT.T.fS'R HP AN f RH BTMtTTsAITWQ COUUH AND MVKlt BA.L9AM curfa, without full, Patna In tho llrf-aat, Bnrk, Hidn or Mmlm; Coushu, fjuina, Hnarfleneee, inmcmiy oi nronirnnK, iiao arh. PlatniMitrT. Ilpurtbtirn. Chronto KhoumAtinm it i stills fiftitfl. iiramn tnir. unniinz liiua di iiir IX I we in, aSMiinvias. ntupefr, iuoi;iitiiT, tijeo us o'H" tit, nud In Pain Ail Mnnttruatioft It l a certain cure, and given immediate rolicf. In any of the alrovediru anaei it win RiTO miiri in i wen it niiniiH, nun m pr tnanent cure by the un of two buttle. Only 90 ceutl per bottle ao cheap that every person can cot It. of Kara and Fifth-streets: J. 1. PAHK, corner ol rourth and Walnntl SU1RB, BCKSTKlN A CO., H, u. i or naie or, u. uiuui aVtukkifji,, enrum comer Vine and Fourth; JU un hichhun, corner or John ana Hlxtn.ats.: fAUi, Kn.ini.r,in, comer of Klshth and Freeman; EDWARD HCANTiAN A CO., corner of Main and Fourth; and MADAM KLIjIB. 144 west pixtntrees. eepjf-T .... I BI.H.Caak. 1 ' A. M.Cook. 1YI. H. COOK & CO., FB0PRIXT0B3 OF ! GREAT WESTERN PLANING MILL WHITEWATEtt CANAL, BKTWXXM FIFTH AND BIXT1I-8TBKET8, UIN- :' OINMATI, OHIO.'- ' f .'.'." "'J. -BTN rrtNaw or BNTH AF ratin en. M TIkKI.V AhAnanned bulldine In the-Cltr. und turned our attention to preparinK bnlldlnR ataterials everv nearriniinn. w. can ui.'iv sav ma. our ex lerlnnce In the business nnd our facilities cnabl iw i nffnr fndiicpmuits to builders in too city ana M distance unsurpassed, if eiiualudi by any other amil- i.r Mtani tniu.nt in .ne nru. We bImo niaitufRCtura Veneers of all descrinttons. and keep on hand an as.nrtment of Mahogany, koee wood, Walnut and Oak Veneera. Also, flu Haemal lor Pictures and IiOtiklns-ttlasses. P. 8. We have just received forty thousand leet of Bed Cedar, 6f hue quality, which we caa sell at a less price than It has ever been sold for In this mar- xet. uiao-ii I.",- 1 1 1 -.1.1 ' II. P. ELIA8S NXW WHOLESALJ i Watcll, & Jewelry House, 16 West Fourth-street, mMrmf.VTt aiAN K B HAD EVERY Alt TI. TT CLE appertainiiis to the business, at . much T V Ul.A appuriKiuma w 1110 uuniiDsa. nt s iiMtuir lnu price, for CASiX. than haa ever before been ofiered in uia marKe?, i GIVE US A CALL. And tee for yonraelrea. ' apH ROOFING! ROOFING! THE OTJTCAIjT klastio mbtallic KOOF1NU is oflerud to the tml'llCHu tho Ixwtand I chAftnettt MaIaI Roof now mifHl. ita merit havlns been twiteU by an experience of yenr In this city and vl tinlty. Applied to flat or atiop, old or new build- inae. nonaer need rMienti eecureiy wi.noui ex- saitiura ta tha aetitiu at the elemental.-- - - - rnpttreu hiiboi uuahu iur uiuiuuu mi muy par tne unitea taiai, can ue appiieu uy any onwwuu or dinary mtvchanioai skilL yle-tf U3 West imd-trect. A, .C. PARRY. . ' Tin-plate and Sheet-Iron Worker :',,,', ..'. Has nnvovedw , .r . QX XlLOZ:-ISI7XLXAX2ar. A GENT FOIt WTBWART'9 AIR-TIGHT bummer aua winter jooxingeiove. aisokkmui for Carter's Filtering llydraut, when It may be In ooeratson. Jobblnf don with promvtnei ma27l and dispatch. , . 1 1 , , , I I J . 1 ' I t ,1 4.1 . 1 ..1 CTOR. BROADWAY fc TROT-HTr$ rWMlI BSTABLIHHMRNT HAVTNO -bl patitMea afcalu into tno iiaiiua or tne subscriber. and underaune a thorouffh linoroTement. ho teetfully solicits a rail from his old friend and I tmbUc arenerallyi the vlclultvof the differeut nrflread Otllcee. iu lavorauio Ttycaiioirveuix iruni Ing stMiniboat lannltig mattes It y convenient stop ping piaoe jor pwsengure, BOARD $1 FEB SAT, AVsrKiVB o'clock hrealtfast for earlv trnlns. apW-hd It. F. LEVBttlNO, Ihrop't, ' Family WorW-Rooiri: ' . .hOlI-ULLY Inlorw the lad s of Cincinnati ana tne puunc generally, na sue haa epened k'AMILi WORK-KOOM at theolticaef the ti rover A Baker Sewing Machine Company, No. M West Fourth-street, where ithe Is prepared ta menu far L.suiiwia saiia cniiarttiisi iiiirir laarniantAi. Miiiria. kkih Bosoms and Tucked Sk irte, which lor diu-ability noatnoaa are uanurDtU'fved. N. B. HartlculHriiiteutionpftldtotheniaiinfactura oa ajauurea a viotning or every oeacripuon. uiiA20.tf "VTotearlxxwi-y Bursoou, PHPFBeWOR IM THB VBTI!KI?IAIT COfTLiulC (ir SIIIluli"NB. Olfice, o. Blxthtreot, betwen Main ami Walnut, Cincinnati. , . lujiimni 1 .. .1 niNK I.lrff'A AND RORDKAITX Dir.. ST for 8aluus.JUBt rereleed. M cam, dimble olnr. I (led Bordeaux Oil 1 ll elegant Uaoautcrs Locca 4 dosen rtorenoe ureams. Also an invoice ol aupe rlor Malt vinegar, -j'ms vinegar mot a woat deli cious neTor. .uu i Nl .nbsUuc. For sale by. laotlr free'rr.iui any aauerul ji i (ill N 1UTM IsEENDERT BYL, CI.RANEH 99 SINKS AND TAFtTH, No. 09 sixth-street, Iwtween Vine and llace, the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio, famous may fasor him with their patronAgo U rlr OU tuaiur AD. MW irKMM 1 :i I. & B. BRUCE, ritreet liallr.asl Oar and Osnnlba. Mas) I I l It ikotsireww liri ABB T T Been (Ml I h2in?a eiJir S BTUKcf IaIa? auilOMaluOIta, which w. will tyle, SuUh and dnrablilty, and .1 ROAD CAB am reuieaual laat.le. SuUh and dl tow ,rge, as any pu-A 1 I4,.S"H"llrv paa-rasi at jatraaaa ru I 'iiawpswttiiwota, ?,Vl V" " 'j I si' i k 'ff-l I ,1... HIAlA 111 lLt Bit RAILROADS. LITTLE MIAMI —AND— COLUMBUS AND XENIA —AND— —AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON V. ' "' —AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON RAILROADS! ON AND AFT1TR MrtNlr, APRIL 10, 9 A 1H KXPU KSH-Krom 1AM Miami - otOotitsfrtu Tin Cf'lntjihn ftml ClcveUnd ; t1(!o lumbiif, HtbnvUln nnd Pltt-linric: y (lolntnhuaj, ('rtlin stud I'ittNltnr: vtrt ('ohimfmn nnd BfllUir WhtMiUniji ta f.r prWfW iii.fl Prlwrt. OA M, KPKKMH-rm i;ii.r.i.nMi, imm II ton nnd J)iyttin iK-pnl for lUmillon, UI hmond, Indimunpolh, Iinntport, Ihiyton, HprfnKnMt Ur ban nd Hand why t at Htrinnlifld for Jel warts, with aUarton and Mlrhlirati H-ad frr Tnr IMoua, 8iflnfy, l.tma, Vort Wnrno and Ch(cafoi alaw ftr Toh-an, I'rintii anu an pfiinrs in i;hur.i. , . ton AocommudAt ion fnr Uamtlton and Way fttv Uonai ; mnnoti at lUmlMon for Oxfnrrl, tfrc. 1tlO A. in. sK.VPIf khu r rom uincmnaii, nnultrn mid Jnvtim Isrit Oounoota via Colnm btta and Bftlatr (Wltfllne) ; vln Olumbiw, Or)tw Uitn nud I'lttiiburK 1 vl Oolnmbiiri, 8tmitiivIUa and :ill l. f. HYP It RHA-Fmin OinHnnntl. Hamilton and Daioii ivpt for Dvton, HpriiiH- bf Id, Urtmaaand tfoilcinntaino ; aiK at jfarton hr Hftllcfntttainn : alMt at liavto Columbnti: connerta via HnmllUm for Bicumond Inilinnapolia and all point Went. ;ii50 F. M. Kmm OlnclnnaM. Hamflton and Dayton Ipot for Hamilton and Way btationa, 4 P. HI. From Little Miami Tcit Aroonmo dation, for Oolnmbns, atoppiag- at ail Way Statlona ( lU ii r oiirinit ihmu.' 6 P WI. tiDm Little Miami SfpotAceommo dation, for Xrtiiru ntonptnff at Wtiy Stutlona. . , O r JM. BArili'-rrmii jinciuiiaiia rinni tlton and Inyton Depot Vor Pay ton, Hprinsflelda Urban a and nanannKy; lor jroy, i-iqna, ouintiy. Lima. 1'ort Wayne and ChlratTo; also for Toledo. Detroit and all point via Canada; connects vl Hamilton for Oxford, Richmond, Loffiniinort, Ae. ii p. m. Krit mm i.iuie aiiami ie pot Connect t! Columbiivi, HtisubfnTllle and Fittt burirt via Oolnmbiin, Cmtllne and I'lttnburg : Tia Columbiia and Be Hair (Wheeling); and ytaCulam- iUsi ui ' irTi'in'i. BhtifllMJAHH UN Til la THAI."!, for all Inftirmatlon nnd throus-h tlcktsta nleaao apply at the oHlcce, nouth-tt otirnr of front and, Broadway i v. oft t eidn of V liip-fttreet. hotweea tha roHiouioe an ine nnrne. iinutie: no. x iMirn Houriet No. 1 Knot Thlrd-ntrwt ; Hlxth-atreet De pot, and at the Kttftt l"ront--treot Di'Pit. ' Train run by Columtmii time, which la feTcn mtn tttos lateter tlntn ('Inrlunatl time. 1. W. Br itAl'KK, Uvnnrnl TlrKM Affnt. Omnlbnara call for tkuaencera br leavlns directtoiifl at the 1i-X Ulire. apao INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI SHORT LINE RAILROAD. Shortest Route by 30 Miles. 1TO CHANGK OP CARS TO TMHANAP X OLlrt, at which laoo it unita with r.-ulruada fur and from all potnta iu tha Wort and North -weat. THRKK PASSENOEB TBAIN8 fioaTo Cincinnati daily from tho foot of Mill and h'nnt-fitroeta. , 5i 10 A. IH.-CTTIfAGO MAU.. Arrtrea at In- dliuiap-illr. at 10:47 A. M.; Chicago at ft P. M. 1 f :.0 P. 11. Torro Haute and Lafayette Accom mKintlon arrlvaM nt Indiiuinpxlis at 4:W P. M. 6 P. !I.-CH ICAOO FX PRKSS.-AirlTea at Indl anapoliHut 10:4A P. M.; Chicafioat 7:31 A. M. Wioepmg uara ara attactu-4 to all mgm-traiM on this fine, and run Uirouith to Ohlcuffo withoul chnnfrn of cars. airiio iure yon are in tno npnt ticKat-omca oamro roil piirr.haria yuiir U kt, and ak for tickata via LawrnrburaX and Indiannpolii. Knre tba aanie, and time ahurter than by any other route. ' llapireaT chcrkod thronsh. , ' tlfltnlMill TICKETS. 2oi nntll nnM. can be oh. (alod at tho ticket ollirei, et Spenotir House corner worth-weftt cor nor of Bnmdwuy end Front; No. 1 Ruriit't Houhb corner; at the Welnutmtrent House ; No. 3 Kimt Thliil-Htreot.and at Wi pot mce, toot or Mill, on Fiont-tttiuut. where all neueaaarr informa- tlin cm be hnd. , Omoibiiriue- run to and from each train, and will call fur naningora at all hotels, and all part of tho city, py leavliis auureau at either nit toe. ai. j, uf ivs-t, rivniuoui. CINCINNATI, RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS —AND— Cincinnati & Chicago Cincinnati & Chicago RAILROADS. ; QEEAT TnBHTROT,TB TO THE INDIAN A rOLlo, ,, TEBRE HAUTE, '1ST. LOUIS, , IiAFA VFTTE, CHICAGO, EoiiANIP'JKT. PEOKIA, BUHMNaroMT, GALKSBbBO OUINOV, ' ' f . . J Throe daily throutrh treiui leTe Rixth-etreet Deivot at U A. W. aud 4i30 P. M. aud 49 P. M. Throush to tndiancipoli wltfaiont ynangq ox autr.fM i . -. , Dirtet CemntcHonM " ' ; '. At Richmond, with Ctncinnetf and Chfcaoo Rail. road, fir Andemon and all points on the Be lie fun taine Railroad Line; Koknroo, Lotrnnspurt. Peru and all points on the Wabanh Vallev KiiilnmU. ai inuiunnpoiis lor Terra name, Mat toon, rana St. Louis and Illinois Central KailroAd. , At Lafiiyetta for Danville, ToUmo, Decatnr, Bprinjr 0eld, Nnplea Uulncy, and HanuibaJ and St. oaepa Ballroad. At Chicago Tor itacine. lvenoena, BiiiwanKIe. La- ereeee hi. Paul, Pnurle du Uhlen, Rock Ialand axel Iowa City. . , Tho A P. M." Train ninkos direct connection at LoaiiUMOort with LoeftnriDort. Peoria and Ilurlfntrton LoganMport with Lognnnport, Peoria and Burlington KuilroiLd, for Oilman, Kl i'MatOa Peoria, Btrrliugtont Quincy, Guloaburg, JUouaaud DunUttli, maklug tho ai'tiinre Kuilrmul, for Oilman, Kl Pao, Peoria, Btrrliugton. TWEJiTY-FITE SlILES 8IT0ETEU ' TUAM UX ANT (Tlil,tt RUUlaV. 1 . . avuh IOO MILES SHORTER THAN VIA CHICAGO. , . ,,, Fare as Low and Time as Quick as dj any juner uouie. ui This la exclnslrelv a Western and North-weatern Route, having aa tavomble arrangements with con oecting Uoeds as any other Route, Pawling through a htffii Iv-cultWated conn tnr. withnumerous towua and vilbuies, it o tiers to patrons more pleaunt acoom muuaihiu ior smi-iy, eomiun ana lniereei man any other Route for the above named points, Vur Thniuftb Tickets or anr further information bo sure auJ ppur at f TICKET OFFICES 1 ' 169 Wnlnnt-etreflt, between a'ourth and Fifth -itrootsi nwuiDiiwninjii", , , HurtU-eatit corner Front and Broadway -Wmt Hide Yine-streot, between Burnet Boom and rostoinne; Clucinmiti, Ilamiltoa And Dayton Depot; Fifth and DLXUi-iiroeut. . . 11. a. miniiiuw. ' Bnperiutenaent W. if. flHIPMAN. Paeeenger Agent. aitfOniiiiburH4 will call fur tofuteiiirra bT leaTinei their names at either of the Ticket Offlres. aple W. 11. BM1TH, Agent. COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860. OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI ' 1 OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD. BROAD GUAGE. CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS. THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS. a 1 tare and imnmo, vauv aauta ut aiuuia at miF s. n na oi;i r. m. Tiiree P M Tlireo dally trains for IouifTiUa at 4i!i5 A. M anu ) 1. m. una irnii lor Kvnniviiie at atu.i a. m . au for Kvi The trains ennnect at St. fiouia fur all nolnte In KaiiMis and Nebraska, Hannibal, Quincy and Keo- I Ketehen end New Orlrmna. . One throuch train on fctundnr at ffi.1.1 P. M. RottirnlnR, fust line leaves Eait 6t. Louis, Hundaya , xcented, at 7 A. a. .fit v lixnress train leaves St. Lonls daily at 0i40 t. at, srrlvlnffat Clnrlnnatl at Oir9 A. Al. 1 For thrnugh tickets to all points West and Sooth, louse apply at tlieoittcas: Waliiuttreet lloirne, bn. iwcen Hlxth and bitventli-atreeU; No. 1 Bnrnet lloiaie,- oomcr efllce; Nurth-went corner Front aud Bread. way; Mpenrer lloune Omoe.and at the Depot, oura. i ron-ana ouu-sueiiu. l.ir nr.. . w. wooiiWAnu. ) eels' anneHntenilent KuBtern Divinion.' is Oil) III sin w ae Saddle, Trunk and Harness ; '. - - MANUFACTORY, " ' 10'J !tlala-treet, three sloara ahove Third, IaTEBP on hand and make to or. A TaV , and m ment BugK, solo -It . I)h!t all kluiU of Korea Trapiiluga. In the beat ana mom onbstAnrial mauner. AUo, a large ansoi mentof Horee Blankets. Whins. Carpet aud Leutli Leather uitigK. crime jhih, im soLu-leutheri, aluil Tr Bitgrt, BrUUe IUU. BuilAlo Rubes, Valises (tbe real ri, aiuii irunks, opone, and a large aa Dulougiut to tiiis line. I will aeLLaalow aa sortment bulougiut to this line, i will aeUaalow aa 3 ' tba lowest. D. 8. CARRICK, ' lnolH.y 1V!i'M.B,eNBYt ATTORNEY AT TT AT LAW, CLa Buildings, ho. liast Third. TANK ENVELOPE PAFEII.-100 avv .Airaiiuaii.. oil uano aau mrsnie i; extra Quality, on band and Ibr snle ly flisuN a tJH A'!' lai.D, 9 T and 70 Walnut-street. Biy RVLKO IIII.WIBAIV FAPEB. 4-W.i ruuuis ruled A. 4. . and a to . Nli.t ,.f .a..i.. M duality ol I'afiit, just ri'civ.il ami fur sale ly : i InaS IT and Ys Waluut uc-.treet. E?oT.B.tLAd?inF1f i-MllltownJIil; . saylJ , - ritsnali i'ij.11, UsMttr eat f tt. t. I"