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WEDNEMDAV,. ..JirNH lT SHELLEY'S SONG TO THE FLOWERS. ' Th. sn.nr.ri'rvm. and then the violet. amm rrnm ine aronna witn warm rain wei And their breath waa mixed with freer, odor,aent rum tn.turi, UK. tne voice ana uieiuetrnnieut. tin n i And rlarolsal, the Dalrest among thera nil, v no inn on ineir eyes in me stream s rec Till they die of their own dear luveluaees. And th Nalad-like Illy of the Tale, ' Whom yomb make eo fair and passion so pale, ' That the lUht of its treuiuloua belle le seep.. Through their pavilion ot tender groeu. And In hyacinth purple, and white, aud blue, Which flung from Its bells a sweat peel auew Of music so delicate, soft, and intense, It was foil, like ail odor within the sea... And the rose like a nymph to the'bath addrest, Which unveiled the depth of her glowing breast, Till, tV trt uftT fold, to the fainting air The soul of her beauty and lore lay bare. - . And the wand-like lily which lifted np, '. ' i ' Ah a Moenad, its wonnlifi,lit-colored cup, 1 Till tho fiery star, which is Its eye, Oased through cloar dnw on tin tender sky. f 1 And the Jessamine faTnt, and Ihe ewoot tuliercsa, The sweetest flower fur scriit.that blow.i . , . Antl a?! rare Dlimsutns from evury elime ' Urew ta that garden, ta perfect print.. GRAPHIC DESCRIPTION OF DISTINGUISHED CHARACTERS. In the eighth volume of Bancroft llittory of the United State are the following por traits . ' THOMAS JEFFERSON. The reinlirtion of Congress chanced the old thirteen British Colonic into free and inde pendent States. It remained to net forth the reason for this act, and the principles which the hew people would own as their guide. ur ine committee appointed ror ttmt amy. Thornns Jefteraon of Virginia had received the largest number of votes, nnd waa in that manner singled out to draft the confession of man or ine rising empire, no owed tins dis tinction to respect for the colony which lie represented, to the consummate ability of the state papers wnicn ne nad already written, and to that general favor which follows meriti modesty, and a sweet disposition; but the quality wbtcn Bpeciully fitted htm tor the task was the sympathetic character of his nature, Dy wnicn ne was auie wtin instinct ive perception to read the soul of the nation. and having collected in himself its best thoughts nnd noblest feelings, to give them out in clear and bold words, mixed with so little of himself, that his country as it went along with bim, found nothing but what it recognized as its own. No man of his cen tury had more trust in the collective reason and conscience of his fellow-men, or better knew how to take their counsel; and in re turn he came to be a ruler over the willing in the world of opinion. Born to an indepen dent fortune, be hud from his youth been nnd indefatigable student. Of a calm tem perament mid a philosophic cast of mind, al ways temperate in his mode of. life and deco rous in his manners, he was a perfect master of his passions. He was of a delicate organ ization, and fond of elegance; bis tastes were refined; laborious in bis application to busi ness or the pursuit of knowledge, music, the most spiritual of all pleasures, of the senses, was his favorite recreation; and he took h nevor-failing delight in the bfjssiy Tjfttie"va riouiBejM.olVural lift building himself a home in the loveliest region of his native State. He was a skillful horseman; and he also delighted to roam the mountains on foot. The range of bis knowledge was" very wide; he was not unfamiliar with the literature of Greece aud Home; had rtti aptitude for math ematics and mechanics; ana loved especially the natural sciences; scorning nothing but metaphysics. British jjovernors and oniciuls had introduced into mlliamsburh the pre valent free-thinking of Englishmen of that century, and Jefferson had grown up in its atmosphere ; he was not only a hater of priest craft and superstition and bigotry and in intolerance; he was thought to be indiuerent to religion; yet his instincts all inclined him to trace every-fact to a general law, and to put faith in ideal truth ; the world of the senses did not bound his aspirations, and he belived more than he himself was aware of. ' He was an idealist in'aia habits of thought and life, as indeed is every one who has an abiding end thorough confidence in the peo ple; and he was kept so in spite of circum stances by the irresistible bent of his char acter. He had great power in mastering de tails as well as in searching for general principles. His profession was that of the law, in which he was methodical, pains-taking, and successful j at the same time be studied law as a science, and was well read in the law of nature and of nations. AY bat ever he had to do, "it was bis custom to pre pare himself for it carefully; and in public life, when others wore at fault, they often found that he had already hewed out the way; so that in council men willinglygavc him the lead, which he never appeared to rlaim, and was always able to undertake. But he rarely spoke in public; and was less lit to engage In the war of debate, than calmly to sunt up ita conclusions. It was n beautiful trait in his character that he was free from euyy ; and had be kept silence, John Adams would have ' wanted the best , witness to bis greatness as the ablest advocate .and defender of independence, - A common object now riveted the two statesmen to gether in close bonds. I can not find that at that period, Jefferson had any enemy; by the general consent of Virginia, he already stood first among her civilians. Just thirty-three years old, married, and happy in his family, affluent, with a bright career before him, he was no rash innovator bv his character or his position ; if his convictions drove him to de mand independence, it was only because he could no longer live with hoiior under the British Constitution, which he still acknowl edged to be the best that the world had thus far seen. His enunciation of ucnerul rjrin- ciplcs was fearless! but he was no visionary devotee of abstract theories, which, like di's- emoouiea souis, escape irom every, eniurucc ; the nursine of bis eountrv. the ofl'snrin of his time, he set about the work of a practical statesman, and his measures grew so natu rally out of previous law and the facts of the Sast, that they struck deep root nnd have en. ured. JOHN ADAMS. February John Adams resumeu nut seat in u-ongress; witu JSluridge Gerrv for a colleacrua. in ntarn nf tin. f.hu Cushiug, and with instructions from his con stituents to establish liberty in America upon a permanent basis. His nature was robust ami msnlr. nnw he wav in the kanninjt nA of mind for assertion the indeoendence of his country. He bad confidence in the ability of new nu(jinuu to unye away tneir enemy; in Washington, as a brave aad prudent com- manuer; in 11 is wire, wno cneerea mm with the fortitude of womanly heroism; in the cause of his country, which seemed so bound up with the welfare of mankind that Provi dence could not suffer its defeat; in himself, for his convictions were clear, bis will fixed, and his mind prepared to let his little nron erty and his life go, sooner than the rights , of nis country. Looking into himself he saw weaknesses enougn; but neither meanness, nor dishonesty, uur tiiiuuHj. nis overweening seii-ettteem was bis chief blemish; and if he compared iiiuuuu wiin nis great leuow-iaoorers, were was some point in which be was superior to anr One of them: he bad more lenrnincr than Washington, or any other American states nian 01 nis age; better knowledge of liberty as founded in law than Samuel Adams; clearer insight into the constructive elements of gov. eminent than Franklin: mare Dower in de. bate than Jefferson; more courageous manli ness than Dickinson: more for,: in mntii.n than Jay; so that, by varying and . confining his comparisons, he could easily fancy him self the greatest of thein all. lie was capa ble of thinking htmself the center of any eir cle, of which he bad been no more than a tan. gent: his vanity wag in such excess that in manhood it sometimes confused bis judgment and in age bewildered, his memory: hut the stain did not reach beyond the surface; it im- S aired the luster, not the hardy integrity of i,. character. Be was human and frank, generous and clement; yet he wanted that spirit of love which reconcile to being out done, tie could not look with compUuMincy on tho whe : excelled him, and regarded another's bearing away the palm ai a. wrong to himself; he .lover sat placidly under the aaade of . greater reputation than big wn, and could try to jostle aside th presumptions posMgiwoT of recognised sopefloritr; hut his envy, thongh it laid open - how deeply his serf-love Was wonnded, her hardly a tinge of malignity, and never led him to derelictions for the sake of revenge. He did his frame Injustice when, later in life, he represented himself as suffering from persecutions on atv count of his early seal for independence; he wag no weakling to whine about injured teenngs; ne went to nis tasg, origm ana cheery, and brave; he was the hammer and not tbe anvil; and V was for others to fear his prowess and to shrink under bis blows. His courage was unflinching In debate and every where else he never knew what fear is; and had u gone into the army as be one longed to do he would have taken there' the virtues Of temperance, decision, and intrepidity. ' To nis latest old age nis spirit was roDiist, Diiy ant and Joyous; he saw ten times as much pleasure as pain in tbe world; and after his arm quivered ana nis eye grew aim, ne was ready to begin life anew aud fight itg battle over again. 1 ' - !n his youth he fell among skeptics, read Bolingbroke's works five times through, and accustomed himself to reason freely and think boldly; he esteemed himself a pro found metaphysician, but only skinrmedthe specnlations of others; though at first des tined to be a minister, he became a rebel to Calvinism, and never nad any very fixed re ligious creed ; but for all that he was a staunch man of New England, and his fond partiality to its people, ' its institutions, its social condition, and its laws, followed him into Congress and its Committees, and social life, tinctured his judgment, and clinched his prepossessions, but the elements in New England that he loved most, were those which were eminently friendly to universal culture and Republican equality. A poor farmer's son, bent on making his way in the world, at twenty years old beginning to earn his own bread, pinched and starved as master of a stingy country school, he formed early habits of order and frugality, and steadily advanced to fortune; but though exact in his accounts, there was nothing niggardly in his thrift, and his modest hospitality was prompt and hearty. . He loved homage, and it made him blind ; to those, who flattered him he gave his ..i;.lnn..a 4,al.r unit nfton ,1 ., ur Ion I V . Mn while he watched the general movement of ailairs with comprehensive sagacity, ue was never a calm observer of individual men. He was of the choleric temperament; though his frame wag compact and large, yet from phy sical organization he was singularly sensitive; could break out into uncontraable rage, and with all bis acquisitions, nrmr learned to rule his own spirit; but his anftr did not so much drive him to do wrong, as to do right ungraciously. No man was less fitted to gain his end by arts of indirection; be knew not how to intrigue, was indiscreetly talkative, and almost thought aloud; whenever he sought to win an uncertain person to his sup port, his ways of courtship were uncouth, bo that he made few friends except by his weight of character, ability, public spirit, and in tegrity, was unapt as the leader of a party, and never appeared so well as when he acted himself. Hating intolerance in all its forms, an im passioned lover of civil liberty, as the glory of man and the best evidence and the best re sult of civilisation, ""jjjll B1fiqir flnnfrri"f7 cm ."v wuijaiitiue as a uogmaitsi: etaeuutuij f igbtruluded : loving to teach with authority; pressing onwaru unsporiuKiy miu uis iuku inent; impatient of contradiction ; unequalcd us a positive champion of the right. He was lue aiarun LiUiner 01 me iunerican xvevum tion, borne on to ntter his convictions fear lessly by an impulse which forbade his acting otherwise. Ho was now too much in earnest, and too much olevated by the greatness ot his work, to think of himself: too anxiously desiring to aid, to disparage those who gave it. In the fervor of bis activity, his faults dis appeared. His intellect and public spirit all the nooiest parts 01 nis nature, were caueu into the fullest exercise, and strained to the uttermost of their healthful power. Com binina more than any other, farness of sight and fixedness of belief with courage and power of utterance, he wag looked op to as the ablest debater in Congress. Preserving some of the habits of the lawyer, he was re- aunaani in woras ana cumulative in argu ment; but his warmth and sincerity kept him from the affectations of a pedant or a rhetorician. Forbearance wag no longer in season ; tbe irrepressible talent of persever ing, peremptory assertion was wanted; the more he was borne alone by his own vehement impulses the better; now his coun try, Humanity, tne age, ine nour, uemauueu that the rieht should be spoken out. bis high excitement had not the air of passion, but appeared, as it was, the clear perception of tue uumiuiiiy ui ma uu&. iivu, in tuu 111c of a statesman, were six months of more im portance to the race, than these six months in the career of John Adams? ' LEGAL. STATE OF OHIO, HAMILTON COUNTY, COMMON PLKA8 COURT. V. Winterb k Bon H"nry fcvarjn, t ai. LaaI Notice, (No. t, .'Mi.r Henry vans, Cornelius V.B.Onody ear, Jam Vrueland and James Dunitip. executor of the last will aud tetttHinent f Henry ttbaldeuydwceiut'd,. Maria Hheltlen, widow of the aald Henry tjbMden , deceased, and Edward A. ftheldeu, and Sarah Blielden, ht w lie, and Virginia bheldeu, heir aud devisees r said Henry tiheldoii, deceawd, of the city county and State of New York, will tHk notice that Valentine Winters and Jonathii 11. wtntertt, partner as v. Whiter! Boa. of the 'county ot Mnntiromery and State of Otiio, did, o the 2Mhday of M ty, lW-n, ftlo their petition. in the Court of (Common Pltanof Ham ilton County Ohio, against all of said parties abovo named, who are made defendants iq stud action, ftt th.gXbrth: That said Hury SUe)den. deceased, did, In his lifetime, execute to one J una t La. Httrslinian and said Valentlue Winter, partner, as Uiirrihman s w lnittrf. il note ior u.atrU .tt. uaiea January ao. that certain payment were made- upon the same until the amount, with accumulated utereat. due ori the 23th day of January, lwi. was $.vlu dV; unit to secure oald note atu Henry Buuluotiextcutt-d a uiurtg ori tmid January "lb, JtOA, to aaid Hurnh mau fc Winters, on the following described real Critat'i, situated in the county yf Hamilton and State of Ohio, to-wit: Lots numbered uiueten (ltf and twenty (W) on a olat of subdivision made by Com- iiiisHloners autHiuti.d to make partition among the iiiouly called the Lick itun Farm in section twenty- ne.ru 01 Tvniirim narr, accnarjru, ui wuai waa uom nvuu'j,) low a mree (J,; aim range two (z.jin tne Miami Piircliase, in said Hamilton County, Ohio, euch of Kftid lote eontatniiiRflve 5)acrt, trict meas ure, also, the south half of lot numbered eifihtuen US an Uld down on said plat, containing two and a half ) acres, strict meannro; that said mortgage was aasigued and transferred by said Uarnbtnan & Winters to said plaliitiflH; that said Henry Slielden ia dvad, and said executant have beeu appointed and qua lined to uUiiiluiitui-uu liitttotute.aud that he let1! da id .widows and Uoirt. lhat aaid iMtition contains a nraver that iuduuient may be re injured aaainatsald executors loj.aaid iiuo of money, and that the same hu luvit'd out til' tiiu tiooda itoid chatteU to b admin- itured in the bauds uf nam executors also, fur sale of said inortRaKed promises to py said debt, and tor dhor proper relief, said deiundants are uotiai-d to appearand answor the said petition on tho third Saturday after the Mlu day of July, I860, or Judg- men i win uo iaKu acot)!!!! to saiu prayer. 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JOuBan' j Attorneys for Pluintifls. iy3l-fWj to the command of an order of sale.t oine directed, from said Court, I will otter at public sale, at the rotunda of the Court-house in Cincinnati, in the county of Hamilton aforenaid. on Saturday, the 16th a ay 01 June, a. v. imw, at eleven o clock a. at. ol said dav. the undivided one-einbth Dart of the fol lowing described real estate, to-wlt: The undivided one-eighth part of that cortaiu trart of laud, situ ated iu the county of Hamilton, and State of Ohio, lp the south side of ttie Houtli-eftHt quarter of the twelfth section, third towuuhin aud lirst fractional runire in the Miami Purchase, and particularly described as as ioiiowi, tie: jfeKinniiig at a point in tne soutn ten pdwieastof the south-west corner of the said uuarter. and running thence eaatwardlv with the natd section line eighty poles and twenty and a ht.lf utikm; iDHiict nonn nre aegrees, west luiriy-sevtin poles; thence-westward ly ninety pules and twenty and a hair links, to the line of lauds formerly owned by thence south live deal iaHt with Buin Daviit's Ifii IwnntvmA n.J jVb to Henry Warner's n Tin -went corner, thence easterly along aid Warner's north line teu pules, t a corner; thence s utherly along Warner s esstt line sixteen pules, to ttie place of beginning lontainiug In all twenty auree of land; appralsett at $47 M; to be sold free of dower, as tne property oi mary Vincent, lunatic, farms of sale une-tbird iu cash, one-thlid in one year, and one-third In two years; deferred payments to bear Interest, aud to be secured by mor'niteon ine premises. flaaLi viiwrisi, ' Guardian of Mary Vincent, luuatfc. PtTEft T. WnxiAMa. Attorney. myldW A D.VIINISTK ATOHi MALE OF It HAL LtiiAl K ln DuraiiHiiee of an order of tbe Pro- bau Court f Hauiiloa County, Ohio, I will otter at t'uunc sale, ou tne premises in eaui county, on i VKA )A V, the 1 2 th day of June, isoo, at loo'clmk A. towiSi - Aii theft piaue or parcel of land lying in iiamiuun ueuiuy, u., oeing pai-soi seciiou iowii liiu 4, 2d fractional llauae. in the Miami Dure bane and yart of the North -cant uuarter 4 aaid seeilou: bri nuing at tbe boath-weat ournerof aaid Hall's land on which he nuw ivee and running North with his line forty yulee; thence West with JoneVa line elwht pules; thence South, parallel with the first meummea inw. w poles; thence at eight pidea to the nlaue of beainnlna cdiitiiinliiit two mci-m nf lt.nd strict lueasnre: being the same laud Conveyed to saiq vt n nana nan, ai wife, hv deed, bearlnsr To be sold subject to the widow's dower of $4 pes; run, m wutijiuou iru nor. 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RVANHtfl TIM1THACRK DROPS JLF prepuivd from tbe recipe of the celebrated Amerlcau Dentiat in larls. ran, r or shis or AUUKKT K088, D ALUKKT KtHH. UrilffsrtSt. Buuth-west corner Ontrnl-avenue aud Eighth. Imy71 y , W. W. WINDER Third-atreat, near Race. HOUSE and SIGN PAINTER, je2n.bwl Xo You Want A HOUSE? ADVERTISE IN TI1E DAILY PRESS. ,,;, LAN E & BODIE Yen v i M(uricuBtaa or , ... ..n'vi ,) WOOD-WORKING MACHINERY. AND CIRCULAR 8AW-1HILLS. " Comer 0 John md Water-Urtttt, OweemiM, OUe. LOAN OPEICE ttISiaOVit.U JfttOM OH WBT'aHtra-8XBftET. f ONEYTOANEpON WATCHES, JW. .'m. nun i fliia hi 1 hi icxiri 01 nn'ruiiunuiw, mw rntoo) ol tntrrwt, ab slo 11& Vloe-'sireet, .Detweea nmrtn ana r tttn. . , , . i ; . I. & U. BHUCE, 4:rrtt Kaklromd Cttt nnd Omnibus Man 1 1 w t'atnrrrri IirK AUK II DIIaD 1 N U JAND HIIA1.1 V kwn J.ii hanfl a nupplr of rrRliKT flKTh 1.OAD JA KK and OMNI BIIHEH. which we wilt wan i..iit etitiaiiii .ttyltt, hiiiiih and durability, aud at a dtiovh, m any dihuh hi iu couuiry. , , (ttnoa-tonruer of Third hd Vliie-pitrMrfa. aU-tf Pure Catawba. Wine, TANl!FACTIIHED BY JOHN 1'i BLKH, of Millcicolt fowushij.. a culled by auy article iu the market. For B. 8TAE- aua Jiot 3K or Hule la auf BoutO'Weii coriiMr Kfv atrii-aveuue aau wtniu, lmy27f ' - DICVERKDAT1.AJST-"THJ5!HAR' Or LIFK. or The True Thoorv of fttmroduc- r.ion at Plwwure. or Preventing it, ecvordtng to the irn, and tliotrtt not wirjuiiitf them, will And thu book to niM't thtr wirthfH Akui-tlT. No modiclue to Urie. Perleotly heivlthy iu all roepoiei Hent to any part oijtio uuncu Qwui vn roceipioi ,. Dr. CA LV IK in iiIbu Airnnt fur MudaTue Da Croix VRmale MonthW Vill. Theee PI1U ai-e involtiable In obntrutUfd muiispii. Ladies should not aim tiieia lunuii piuguaucy. as thuy win catwe miacArriaoi, Saperbox. ft'iittoaiiy purt of tlieiountry, by mail. juriJitptul 2. Addretw vr. uaijv i, box 414, Jinctmmtt. Ohio, or call at olHce Mo. -20'd Vine tiPt, btttwuen Fifth aod Hixth. uiyl7-t A NTROT.IinY. IflADAMK BELT. HE isv HfUOll! ULLY knuuuucos that she comirences hiuiuuiw Hgaiiit and cau bo found at her r.do ioe. No. 47, on the west side of Jotu-ti-fltreot, hetworu Linn and t niter and Ulierty aim Wurt, wbero t(ir lulU loui.. itrtMniit a iid tut urti evunta by nlauotH. paltuiHtry, or by caid-j. To all the who may winh to conaait tier on tne iwk 01 uueiuetM, or any unaer takiiui. nitunevn. laweuita, love, matrimony, lot- tnry Iicketa. p rivet satioCactlon will be glven Ileum frotu 9 A. M, 109 f- M- rtum low. r iittei tent for runniug the letters 00 filename. jt-H-am1 meranarffK Fil m. PKMAI.R ROTAN Jl ICAL lTf ItticrAN.-Madame KLlJti B UTE ItlNR ttl.ll I U nuvwr Inllti tn rnrp nil k il.dfl of dil juttes of the Uturus, the Kidneys. Ovaries, Bladder sud L'lelhia, Prolapnuti (fuiliiiR) Uterle. liifl'imiua IOII mm UlCiTUUUU Ol Hie "TUiiiUtiiu munci va uun .ong sttthding, permaueutly cured hy the u of the 'Madame reft rs with pleaiure to the following card yi one 01 ni uuhi uruggntie iu uiu my ; 'TotAe FulMoawilk LudUt in Fariieuhr: ' HW tit.. ni.1..rsitfnjtif Am tint Iti thA hfthlt Of fflT ng our PuKio to I'wteat MtMllctue( but knowing wdl he t-ulv I'lifniutau, and the niMlclue called the llturine Klixir, we theoi lijlly recommend It tall w a,ale nuderinit froin female Ieainjs of any kind; eat ntlfoilff VMAiAAtllH. aVtld III iMCUt DAD do IlliUrV ..,fi uji MOornerof Vilhaud rtiMse-Btreets." M. .For sals at the principal nflle 144 West Hlxth.ilu between Kuoe and KlmililWA LANifii . rnnmr of MiUil KM V ourth-aU. ; J. LtflLjL. corner ot Uace aud Fifth-sts ana a rug Mailame KLLla has returned n-ooi tbe South, and oanlie found l bar offlop, 144 West Hlath-st.,at all tines. - ' " J , ' lelT TIK-JAM DIH1N8Y, ATTOBNKT AT ww AllA W, VuaeiliiliaHi , o.t W Thlid. MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. it ' D, ?sh.t irrr1 WsCBramanficOOs's ""NEW STYLE v',i!''' PRICE, 40. The attention of families Is now for the tint tlm publicly asked by tbs manufacturer to ibelr ne M(l Of - ,.. , ; .-, i Sewing Machine. They have submitted It te trial and the critical ndgment of the best mechanic! and experts, by all of whom it hu been eonoeded to be one of tho BEST MACHINES IS THE MARKET 1 TbU Machine li now put before the public on ft own meriti, end will be found eqiml to tbe most ex pe naive mecblnei, In nil tbe following pitrttoaUra, and tn lame respect eltogetber uper.or i ': 1. In ilmpliclty of oonetruotlon end eotlon 3. In durebllity end non-liabllity to get out ot order ; ; 3. In the quality and amount of work which 11 will do In a given time) i 4.-Inthe facility with which It will Work on all kinds of fabrics, from tbe coareeet to the fluwt clotbR and textures ; ,1 5. In the ease with which one can learn to use It ; 6. White with cheapness combined with excel lence, and In the ease with which It runs, it la with out a' parallel ; ,, , , Cotton, silk and linen oaa be need from the original spool. Persons In want of Machines are respeotiullr In- .Tiled, to call and examine ours before purchasing elsewhere. Agents, traveling and local, are Wanted to sell thti machine throughout the United Btatea, . . i W. E. BRMflAN & CO , COR. FOURTH AND WALNUT, ; ma.1l CINCINNATI, OHIO. MALTBY'S CELEBRATED AND SUFERIOR Hermetically Sealed ,'.': . an r ' SPIOBD , , . PUT UP Especially for Summer Use, nnilBY ARB EXTRA IN 8ISEK, AND OP JL the most exquisite navor. No expense or labor earea in getting tnem up.- 'ine oojeoi was w get up AN . EXTRA AKTICLK I i Which haa been aooeesfulljr aceoravlhihed.i-' ' GIVE THEM A TRIAL. SATISFACTION WARRANTED I ROBERT ORR, Agent, .. i jel-tf Depot Ko. 11 West,KHthtret. CANDY! CANDY! IX. IV. GL.ARK. ,,,, ..,.: U,'IOfiro,ioMo)! ;ri, Manufacturer s wholesale dealer FINE ' AND;,iAI .CANDIES, NO, 4 JUaUNrfyTKKBT, OINClSNAtl, i-iiiiiii -'!rivi " 11 Ji Jim ri-ji' I Mil PUEL' COMPANY, COAL-YARD AND OFFICE, ; No. 103 Bil Titlltp-WTItffKX. JjU'V f HI 0 O H E N X.;V kit 'eiD K, -- - , , ( ' BellVered at the lowest market fate., . ', .(1 aVOrder. solicited and prm d and prnnvetly executed.11'' W.M. MUBBBLL, Heoretary. ma7-ay Millinory! jPO) JlW . .... . .vr ,. . i.. . J(W JT. -'WXlBB,i'lllTB., i Xt34 .Xirtb,-sstA'eB.9. r 1AM R ECEI VINU DAILY, BY EX. PBKS8, the very newest stylus of BoNNKTA, liia- BOMB, f Krsun Bmriui.b .fw.m. i.Hiii.i,n Hats, Kobhbs, Cbapbb, Blobp Lajue., Htbaw Tbim- UiNOt, BoNVU lBASUaaud MlLUllUX tittOH, .H.,., Wbolaials and Retail,, UiaZt NO. 134 riFTH-MTRBCT, B. KITTREDGE ' & ,00,, : 134 MAIN-6T., CIN., O. . l- " KITTREDGE & FOLSOM, , , St. ChftrleMt., New Orleaa, Lm. ; . , - J IMPOMBM Of " Qun and Hportia Apprtiuii ' AND VEAL EM IN t)NFOWD. j ,:.r .. h. r. ELiiAS'H Watch k JeweHy Hqiisc. I 18 Went Fourth-street, 1VPPK CAN BB HAD EVBB V ARTI- C'LK apm'rtiilning to the business, at a mui-h leas price, forCAHil, than has erer before been ouered in this market. JIVE V A CALL, ndseel fcr yonraelras. : Pis' Ilunks's Bell and Brass Foundry. T kiLGB WORKS, (formerly. Georg. I. Hanka,) M. I , 1'AO Kast Second -street, Clnoinuatl. . .. BBLL8 KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND, or mad. to order, of any slae up to e.uou pound, and In diiuies aa wanted. Kvery yariety uf Brass Work aud Brass and Co tu posit ion Castlnus made drdor. Also on hand, Babbitt Metel anil Hpeltor 8'1- dD. i,n4 verr tWcrWtlou uf jriutolitd ttrtui Work jPttrtlcnlartr Hntlon 1tu Ui fetenivoftt W wlij 'nch 4 VVftJUnltl-iroD Plpiuf and flttiniri put an; StPiu Slid WtUur GttUJ;.-, JltU Vt-vktiiif, ViihU, sAiiatiAMr vrliiesi alway on hA.ii.1. I T 1'UAMia li-f DTLI a.. . . -. j RAILROADS. LITTLE MIAMI COLUMBUS AND XENIA —AND— —AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON —AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON RAILROADS! T4 AND AFTER WINPAVV Ji;NE,ll W-0, Tralnn will lfli.rt e folh-we t A. m. KXFIl ItHM r if row tJiirolBll'Wii iiam It. m nnd lfc.vt.iin bniNti For Hnmiltoa; IttehntOad. Jadianapolln, Lopntin'trt, lUyton, . d.t i 7t;tU A. I'll n.vini..".vrn"u u""r . Dnnot. Atnii iri.m c.iiiiimiRtl. Hihrntlton and Payton root--Coi.nMitM vik Catlutahiw tn OIlnrt ; ria Cifnmbus, Crwtllne and Pittdmrg: Tia (Vdomhus HUnhsMiwillsa Pltl-lms. vi IkilnmhiM. Re itir and U4'(imKMl; and vi (joiumtius, if i air ana ruw uiiritj t ibo ior priniriiin nttu imimwu. Ti.lO A. HI. KXPHFSH-Krom Cincinnati. Hamilton and Dnytuti Uopot AHaniinect t Day ton for HprinKft.ld, Urban and HaaduHky: Mird with UHVinn ana iwiun in ki.mii iu t nT. riaua. aiunnr. Lima. Fort Wu.i . .d (:l.lri- Alno tar Toledo. I jufiiroii ana an points tiiCwnnum. ' N A. ITI. From 4) nf-Wmftti. HnmfUnTt ann IfT- lon iJppot Acoommodation fr HaniiHori and War Htatlonn : connet te at llmnilton lor Oxtkird, fto. lUA.ni. KXI'KKKH-ITom I,lttl M ami PA- pt--;onneuta via uotanihim nn Biatr anrt uen- wood: Tia Co unimu. Bnlnir and iMlttnbnrar via 1 Colombia, CiWHne and Plttetiurg, and la Colnm btlM and t'lovclatid. , ' . i. H .it ' ' liriO P. Ill . K X P II. R N Swfrnm flirtOfttnaM. ntnu 1 1 ton aua imyion jwpox s.ir iarton. nrins;- flld, Urbnuaand lelkfonteine i alM at Pay ton for ixMiimou ; 'oonnecie Tin naniiiioa ior tttcnmonu, Ind nnanoliii and n l noiutH Wont. . :: 'AiSti P. Kr-.m nnclnnntt. Hrimlltnn ami Dav ton DttDotiVir Hamilton and nil War dtationai vonnecut at fininiiton ror uxioni av. A. I iii.-efi iiiiii i.i ill ai ami iiHBOt-Acnommos flat ion for Oolnnibiifl, stopping at all Way Stations ; ano r Bprinanoiii. ft P. . Krum liittia m ami Diwt Aeeomsae dattnn i"r Ai-ntw, Ht"pptns; at WHy Htattnne. it Pa, KXeKKKH-Kmin Uinetnnatr,- nam llton and Iyton U-ipot "or Dayton, uroHiia an nanourtay iir imy i ujio oiuiti-ri Lima, fort Waviia and ( hicairo: alao for Toledo. TVtrolt and nil point in Canada; oonneota Tia Uamllton Tor IlSrhuinnd, Logftiiaport, c. 11 1. Iti, KAFIIKM rrotii Llttln nitatnl le ot Idii npet ii vin Columhim. ntAUlwti villa anil 11 US nrc: via tlolntiilmM. CrnattliiiA anft IMtbihnrfft Via ('nlumbus and f!lnviland; via Columbus, Heialr and Benwooil; and via Col uiu bus. Bo Lair aud i'Utsbiirf. Sl.EBPINO-CAim ON Til 1 8 TRAIN.. Tot all infnrmafinn and Thrmiirh Tlcknte taIihum aeulr at the Ofhcee. south .east corner of Kront and nroaowayf wfisr eiae or vine-errpai, Miween tne IVm to then aud the Burnet HouHe: Wo. 1 Burnet Hour; no. a Kant Thfrd-itreut : Six tin treat De pot, and at the Eiutt Fmnt-troet Ppot. Trains run by Ooltimbim tim, which Is soTen mln' utes faider than Cini'lHttiiti time. . - P. W. n I It A i)K t. (Jonnral TtrKat Affpnl. ()mnfhiiritii call for DaaseuaTera by loaTintf UlrettioTis ai rne iiraft mthcph. ar-.io COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860. OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD. BROAD GAUGE. CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS. THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS. TWO IAII,Y TRAINS FOR VIN. CENNLH. Cairo end ht. Louis at 4i5 A.M. aud i'. AI. mri-a rtuuy trains for Jjouisvuis at 419 a. 1 A P. M. and 5;!J P. M. unetram iur uvaniviiie at 4rx,i a. m. ' The truins connect at Ht. ijuuis tor all point In Kkumiw nnd NYbriigka. Uannibal. Outnuv arid Kat kuk; at Ht, Lonin and Cairo for Memphis. Vicksburg naionni too xevr oriwni, . One throuirh trnlu 011 Suudar at tli'AH P. M. Hptiirnlns. Itutt linn joavfa KnKt St. linuls. HuhdnTi exepted, at 7 A. M., arriving at Cincinnati at fixprusfl tnitn b-aven $t. Iioiifs datt at 720 P. M. arnvinR at tanrinunii hi 7i;d A.m. For tLroiiffh ticketn to all nointa West and Sooth. pb-aHe tipply ut tho oltiws: Walnut-strnet Houee. tweeu oixin ann Mivontn-STrcciH; no. 1 unmet iiouhh, corner ottice; .Nurth-wttit corner Front, and Broad war; Spencer Horn Office, and st the Depot, cornel sronana au.i'S.reei. .nmirjuees ran ior pnesen geis. K. FLIWT, ap!6 r . Vice Trueldent CINCINNATI, RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS —AND— Cincinnati & Chicago RAILROADS. C-4reat Tnnoroii RorTE to the T OKTrXWKHT HIR . INIUAN Al'UiilH, ...ll'EKRK HMIT1, pi . LOtUS. tojiANnrnitt, BIIIMNOTON, (,5)JUNt), . .. ..nil. mttt PKORIA, 1 UAUAODUIiUl ' Tirwr.irr Three dally through trniunlcnTe'HIxth-Ntrdet Depot .1 u 1 A ..A n u - su n u 1 " . ll 1 II, n W A. in., auu iiv a. m auu qa m , isw.. Xhrufctl to Indiananolis wlttioui At 'BlcTimond; with Cincinnati and Chicago Ball, road, for Anderson and all nolhti on the Belle fun ttttue Railroad Line; Kokomo, IjOffanepert, Peru and all points on the Wabash Vullus Itallroad. 'At Indianapolis for Terre. llnute, Mattpon, St. Louis and Illinois Central lUilroad. ' Pana, At Jjttluytte ior lJnvlll.ToUo.iocatur.8prinK flpld, Naples, Qulaoy, ftud MfuuLi,bftl nd 8t. Jowpb ,.At CliicAjfo for Raoln. Kmonhft, MllwAnkl. LtU croiMo, Ht. Paul. Fralrl du Chivy Book inland Tho 6 P. M. ' Train makei dlroct ootinootlon at Ajosrantipurt witD bogaivjport, oria and tiurllufTton Qutncy), Qaltaburg. Galanaaiid Dualeitb, makins1 tha IWEItfXT-FlYB MILlSa 6H0RTEB ,x'i -.' THAN BrANTflTBB'BOBTi':"',i 1 1) 6 M I ti KS SHOUTER . iuaji via uuiuauu. Fare as Lbtr and Tlnie as dlulct ,.,,,., aa dv anv niner uouik. Thli tn exclmlTeljr a Wtrn nd North WMUrn Route, having aa furorabl arranEtiiueiita with on nMthitf 'Boa1ii tM hiiv otliet Kuiiip. Ptutnlna thrniiiih a-biguly-culttviitad ooukitry, HHtlr hntnwii'trtwni tnoilatiirn for ?wfrty, omifurt and fntreit (bau.auj ether ItoutftTnr the above fiHind txilntii. . jj ar i uronnn 'iivteta or aay lurinar iuiornwtiop M suta.uo,.,, . h U, , 1M Walnut-atreiit, between fourth and rifth-atreafa, near (Jibwn House: , . 'i 1 '-: hou . i NortlLeaet enrner Front and BroadwaTl 'I .1 West elile Vine-street, between Burnet llouae ani PoetoAIM, . ;., Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Pepot, rtftni and Bixtu-atreeu. v. m. iiimikuw. HuperlnUud'ept nui . W. HjHMIFHAN. Paeeanter Ai.nl syOttiuibuses will oall.Cr nuiuwuiiera by Uarlna mi. their aanibM at Uher 6i INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI SHORT LINE RAILROAD. Shortest Route by 30 Miles. TW-O niAfiR OF C'ARS TO INDIANAJP X OUS, at which place it united with ruilroudi ior aua irum an pom is iu me ww a,uu ooria Lve Oliirtnnati ttfttly from tha foot of Milt and r roui-antiCiB. n " . fti40 A. rl.JinnAGO MAIU.-Arriv, a la aiutiitpoiiH at a. M.: irucutto ut k f. ai, 11:50 A HI. Tery Hunt and I.afavettn ccou mo(fntiuu--j'X .itltidtHnartoli at i:M l. M. 6 . AEk-ClUCAOO fcXJ UJ.SS.-ArrivB at Indi annnolisa 1)(I:1P. M.I ('likuuuat 7:3U A. M. ISleonin (Ca nare aftarht'd Ut all night-tralnacu tuts I'JiW. l'::o, and run tbroiiKU tvo Uhlvaiio without clHinff' of cars, 0JTBe Hitre v I c.ara. , . ure you are fn the tight tfcltnt-offlce heftr you purchuHe your ticket, aud uk lor tluketa via iiBwreuceuurg aun j.nuiauauons' Fare the atnueaud tltntj aburter than by any othai wreucehurg aud Indiauat ruuie. - RttirirHiie chocked throuah. Til RollUM TICKBTH. no. id nntil ufM. can be ob- -ts.inHd at the ticket oltlcea. at hpnenoer Houwe corner Xortli-wflett oorwur f JtroAtdwtiy and Froiili No. li....... li,,., ... ... ir..i..,.t . .. ii IJo. A Uat 'rhlrd-atreot, and at Iepot Offloe,' foot f x ui, oa rroiH-awavt, wmtf au neuueaary luiunua lou can be had. .... ..... . Omnibniwi run to and from each train, aud will tall for paxiwuKvni at all hottdi, and all part of the ciiy, riy leaving auureee at tmut'r .uiiich. ii ; u. , Vi am.. Saddle, Tyunkjf and' arnes; MA H UFA CTO UYr t Oi Main-street, thro doara ab.T fThlrA, rEEP OH HAND AND MAKE. TO OR. as- ur.u an kiixiM ,it iiitrM, rraui said tnoltt substantial mahmnr.' AI. meat of Him. Rl.nk.trf. Whlaa..fJi Bugs, Brkila Jli if, lluuu, Kuiwe, Vali.oa (iu. eal sole-leather), Hail Trunks, npou.0, and a laiaie as sprtineiit beloniuf K this Hu.. I will sell as low Hl.swwesi.:,,,: Uiu i. r.-.v;,ii o.!i.-0. 8. 0ARR1CK, i.ii.i.in'l ui ii.lr-W.i: .t-jnu. ,IA)C lo ivuv It it-it t'W- - UrJ INSURANCE. CHOIOB ... FIRST-CLASS INSURANCL .fit THs) IawrTMeel 181f.-C:keirter rorpotnal. Cath Oapitat Enlarned Half MIIHoti ;,;;; . , of, pojiarai. AOENCY ESTABLISHED IN CINCIN xa. n A ll in lri'jil, ame-aniing an pi Inniratioe oomnaiifes and agf nclis In tin iresent local imnclrs In the ininranc.w In this cltr. Thlrtv-flre Team constftnt. dutr beret mmblncd with wrnlth, expnrinnre, enter- nria snr1 llhaimlltT. MnAflallv rnnnnnnd the iTittia InHTiranre Companr to tbe favorable patnmage nf this oommnnltv xintidlnf eotftarr and alone, the sole mtrvlTor and llTlnf pioneer of Cincinnati under writers of WM. The De li arMt loss erer snptnlned ht anr Insnraiira rtom llWl nr at one flm In Ohio was by the Altnn.at Uliilllcothe, A HI. 1M2. and amoiintrd to ttH.Udl AT. moetly pntd pi rlor to thirty dny aftrr tho nre. Ajossea pain a uneinnati auriug tne past six 7artf $177,040 TO. Cash Capital, - - $1,500,000! Absolut, and unimpaired, with a net surplus or !14.14'A 87. And tbe Bnsrtlra of fort; -one rears' racceM and perlenee. inrestnienis 01 Over $100,000 In Ohio Securities FIRR AND INLAND NAVIGATION. Kisks accntad at terms eonslHtent with eolYannV and Cafr jpronts; Espocial attention given Ut Insur ance uf Dwelliuaa and oontent. for terms of one to Ave Tara. Application mane to anr nnir aninoriroa airena riromptlr attended to. Br strict attention to a Inait.- mate Insurance buslneHN, this Uompnnf Is naiiWil to oner both indemnllr flir the pant anil ser.nrltr tJt tb. future. Policies issued without delar or CARTER (V IJNDHEV, Aurnta, Ho. to Main-street, and No. 171 Vlne-stroet. J. J. HOOK EH, Agent, Fnlton, 17th Ward. P. tllTHH. Atfant. lTi,Tlntft4,n. Kr. fcll-ar O. P. BUCHANAN, Newport, Kr. National Insurance Company, CINCINNATI, OHIO. OFFICE HOlTTH-WKST CORNER OIT MAIN AND rKUNT-STUKRlR. Marine, Inland Transportation and Fire Risks. TAKEN AT CURRENT RATES. TllKRllTllBH. John Burfforne. K. M. Bmlth. Robert Moere. M. Ferhehnar. w hi . rippworia, I nns. u. noon, s . A. m leaemer. i una. irna. 8. W. Smith, J. Ij. Boss, Tlioe. R. BIftirs, I . Henrr FAU. HOOT Mi, Preeldent. H. (1. TTaNaa. rleoretarv. n8-bfm P. A. HPK101HAN, 8urreror. City Insurance Company OF CINCINNATI, OHIO., KO. 8 PCBJLIC 1.ANDINO, BETWEEN MAIN, ANB Hf OAMOKB.-Kslabllshed !. Cltnl Stack .-.....-....1 50,000 00 Viris and IMarlno Rinkej Taken at fair rate.. Lowes rtiitablr adjnsted and promptly paid. TJiawrroaa D. Bannlna;. Josenh O. Butler. R. M. Bishop. T. J. Woar, W. B. Mooree, 3. W. llonohae, D. Uatnea, O. W. Trowbrldie. .1. I. Lehmer. JOS. (1. BIITI.RR. President. W. M. RfonAKMoN, flecretarr. Wal. P. Stbatton, Hunreyor. ma22-cm Westerly Insurance Company ' OF CINCINNATI, OFFICE IN THE SECOND 8T0RY OF No. 2 Front-street, between Mala and Syca more, This nompanr u tallnr nre, Inland and Marin Bisks at eurreut rates of premium. juoeset lalrly aajustea aoa promptly paid. DIRECTOBBi T. t. Bckert, 1 F. Ball, B. VI. Pomeror, Wm. Glenn, , W. 0. Wbitcher, W. O. Mann, hooc. mucneii, w. ti. uomstoca, u. u. r.. ntone, Rnbt. Buchauaa, C. fcl. Shaw, ,.. Geo. Btall, Wm. IMlnw, , , Beth Kvans, J. H. 'laaffe, Bavld Gibson, . H. Brai bmann, J. 0. Ieuani. H. Clearwater, Thoa. K. Klliott, T. P. EdKKKT. President. I'HTBPHait Mobsk, Hecretarr. noS V MEDICAL AND DENTAL. ' I ' 1 1 I i I I i .: 1 . oi af .: o. e; NEWTON, m. D., ATkFFICE NO. HO WRHT KKVKNTH-HT. .W txitwetin 'Vine and llace. ResTdeuce No.lO'A West fierenthtreet. between Tine and Race. Oilio. liween vine ana nvace. uiuo IX to 2H P. M.i 7 tog P. M. hours 7H to t A. M.i in to 2X y. Jtt.i 7 to a v. m. WILLIAM M. HUNTER, DENTIST, mot ' 290 TWE-STREET. J. TAFT, . iiwxtmor to KaewHon A Taft,) TsaTO, WENT FOURTU-MTREET, BE. US IWlSn VfAAldtiA' au u, . aena. CINCINNATI. O. UALL'S PATENT. 1 ""-turn. .el HALL, CARROLli & CO., N. 13 nd 17 Vt Uolomblii-atreet, THE OTOHT RFJLlAnifR FlItB AND BURfiliAR PROOF SAFESiw-Thflv have at van Bir-rre antlnfactlon than any other now In uae. . we oner a rewara or umc thtjubano iml II A HH to but nenon that can. nn to the nreeent time. show a ftinsle iuMtance wherein thex have tailed to piewria their content. With this HAKE we challenge alt competition, u being the bet Fire hrwt Burglar Proof, or Flrn and Burglar Proofuow made; and are willing to teat with any establishment in the Union, aud the party falling nrat to forfeit to the other tlie amu of lvoo. We are prepared to furnish a better Hale, and at leaa rmt, tuau any other uanufacturur la tha United HUtfta. . HfHKind-nand Sam or other maken alao on hand. We rMnnctfulI ItiYitM tltn nutilir. tn AViirl mmmju. . i tne our a took before purcbaaiug eleewbera. . . HALL, CARROLL & CO., anli-ay No.. 16 and 17 Kaat Columbla-straet. ) .. . '. .t ., ...v .., ;.. . : - nit. MERIT WELLS, BESIDENT DENTIST. - ' DENT A I, OOlLKliE IN KI K MA It V, NO, 2 CULlCUE-HTBliET, between SuiUi and . Seventh and Tine and Eace, 01nonnatl, O. - IIST 0 PRICES '0B FLATS WOBE I Full upper or lower sets of teeth continuous fum. (40 1 gold. Hi ulcaniu, tn nUrer, ls, ; , TOB flPvRAIIONg: ' ' ;. ' Hiasll (old llu(, eai h.. ......M oenta to fl. Wc.v.t ........ ......,..-,.m-..-...i to Jo. ' ITIb kali k,iu Pivot teeth. ... ,. , . II to (1. Ratraotlul teeth. ,...a cents. 'apl7-eoa TKUM8 (IAHH. ; y iifrr?! : f i.p O n t .( if ' '.T -an. a !rrv.!ir;:::: .1., SW3I8. rkiin otiTCAirKi,AejTij mktai.i.iq i JL UllUFlNli woleredto tlie publicas the bent and "v ;Cheaprst Metal Hoof now used, lie suoriM havtuff beea siuity. Applied to flat or ateea, old or Isew tmild 111... t-u .iiuoi mmmv UU1.II.U w.nraij WllUUW pueure o ine aciion oi in. eiemenu. Prepared sheet., boaed ar shipnient to nf part i the (iuited Hu.lm, rn be can u. appiiea er any one witn oa- . eailL tir.less ur. o.p.lv tilled, i . U,- tALIIvAl,LlOO diuary aaecl ylMt Ui West Bsioond-strset. I Wm ait. iti itw a aittvKrA . V una ayoauaore, IjIu- ' I ..uXUU ul ft WW M.'. f rJoaiiii I "d-tf-'n .ou.a i. uii, 1 V