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THE DAILY TRESS;
AN EDITOR'S COURTSHIP. We love thee, Ann Maria amllu, , , ' And In Ihv r,mn.i'eiiNloii. We aee A fnfnre fnll of love " ' ' ' . Too umwuiM lo mention. - - There's Onel'l'" arrow In h glance, That, hy the love'a onart'lon, , Ilea reai !! our very heart of hearts, . And aked for one Intortion. With joy we feel the ulleifut smart, Andereour paaeiou raiiKao, . -. Wp Iraelv pla-e lliy Invention . The hut ul our eauUaiia-ee. . . . Tharn'a mnatr in thy loweet tone, Anil ailvir In thy IniiKliter, . And truth but we will give the full l-articulare ai-reafter. Oh ! we wnnlil tell thee of our plane All ulle Ie to hal le r; But we are full jnal nw, and have A preae of other mailer. Thi-n Ir-t nii marry. Queen nf Smiths, , itltout mure heeiialioo; The mrv thought ilulh give our Mood A laiger riri ulntinn I The Double Bridal. A few vears siro I made one of the seventy' nintpasenp;ers on board tbc steamer F.milg Harinn, bound up the Tennessee. A pleasant, intelliirent, co-ahead canUin.'afforxi steward, anil aaocisL refinerl (omiwnr, maile. the trip one of pleasure; indeed, Ions: shall I remembet ' the sauc-f Unity Barton ami her superb lir. tng ireiKht. (me lovely summer Rtternoon, It was whispereit that wt were to nave, a wedding before the bout readied her destina tion; said whisper starting first finl low near the stern, some whero in the vicinity of I ho ladies' rabin, and speedily making it way to the hall, the boiler deck, and eveu to the main, like a anow-ball down me mnunUuD, Eutlier inn; size, form and momentum, as It rolled forward, nntil the principals in the interest ing scene were not only pointed out, hut the , naroon some scraps ot history of each; hetion tact, and surprise, all hashed up ingeniously, leaving you in the halt' painful stisueniiei mid doubt that opens the eyes wide and stratus the drum of the ear so tight to ail transpiring oelore vou. Well, we landed to wood at a maffnihrent beech bottom, the bill heavv. , leaved trees with their silver (rrav trunks ' making a deep cool shade, while they, with the grassy green bank that bore thorn, weru . imaged in the glassy river, so clear, so - true, that intTvisinn only painted the liilso and real. Cutting this charmed sfiot in twain came a murmuring crystal spring brook, - srarco four spans wide, to lose Itself in the ' muss of Tennessee waters, they iu turn to be aliKc-losi in the nounuicss sea. Novooner was the staging out than there emerged from the ladies- eabin a fine manly looking fellow dressed in faultless taste, in4 U'llectoeaming in every feature, while over his face iierfoct happiness shone like phos phorus on the sea. Leaning on his arm was the most loveable woman it has ever been our lot to heboid her tine hazel eyes (tell' tales that they were) shaking deep emotion, ' anil her expressive lip juivnng with sup- pressed excitement, while her dress, step and crace was that of a nueen. "There thevarel" "that's her!" "O, handsome!" burst from many - a lip as we instinctively made way to let them pass to the altar, and where that was we had about as clear an idea as a trnnscen deutalist generally has of what he was talk ing about. But one thing we all seemed to know, that there was fun ahead ; and to follow in their wake was the way to see it. As the ladies passed an arm was offered to each, and thus we marched out of the cabin, ilown the stairs, across the, staging, nnd up me sloping name. home htly yards up the brook the pair stopped, and joining uanas they stood with the clear water between them idged as it ' was by winding finders and crossed by n , stream of love itself All was silent still until broken by the minister, reading in an impressive manner: "And of the rib which the Lord God had taken from man made he woman and brought her to the man." And Adam said "This is now bone ofmv bone and flesh of my flesh; she shall be called woman - because she was taken ont ot man. i here fore shall a man leave his father and mother and cleave unto his wife, and they shall tie one flesh." He closed the book and offered a most touching beautiful prayer not heart but seemed to feel that earnest appeal to the Throne of Grace. Then asking the usual questions, he pronounced them husband and wife. The bride slowly sank on her knees, raised her beautiful face, all covered with tears, and clasped her hands, nnd in the most touchingly sweet voice, tremulous with deep emotions, said, "And now, O merciful Father, grant that our lives thus united, may ' peacefully flow in one, even as this rivulet, until we reach that of death, and undivided in faith and conduct lie permitted to enjoy thine eternal smiles iujhe land of the pure and me blest. r.very pulse seemed Trilled, hoping, wishing for more of this beautiful drama. - Not a word, not a movement from all the throng all, all was happiness. U, .lovely panorama, now inou. art trraven on ' this heart I The happy man was in the act of imprinting a kiss upon the smiling lips his magniticent bride, when the clear tones a manly voice startled all from their pleasant reverie ; the universal gaze rested on a baud some, tall Tenncsstean whose eagle eyes SKke the man a lit representative of a State wnere sleeps a Jackson: "I can't stand this no longer. Pardon, ladies, pardon, I have a proposition to make on the faith of man who never lies or trifles, I must make it or die so here goes. Mow will marry On this spot any lady that has the nerve to luce such music; look at ine, and you cau love me as she loveafpointing-to the bride) i ll promise to tie a. husband to you and such a husband asshedeserves, and such hushundas a true-hearted man will make the woman who vomea trembling under wing. I further say that no spot nor shame uttaches to my name nor never shall ; mid Ibis arm will-miiport and protect tho one who can trust it. Who'll take it ?" and eye ran slowly over the crowd of handsome women around him. tlis earnest manner and novel speech had aroused an intense feeling n II as surprise and deep sympathy with icarie-ss, excited orator, wnen, to me astonish. inent and delight of every one, -a fawn-like, bliie-eyud girl from the flowery tanks of Alulmma, stepped to his side, and looking coniHlcutialiy up to bis eves with her hand on his arm, said, "I accept the proposition lly this time his aim was around her waist, and parting ner curls looKed Btcadtusuy her face tor s moment, and signed the con tract with a Kiss that all married ladies pro nounced tne genuine sort, pertuclly eiitialuc lorv. Raising his Hashing eyes with a triumphant expression from the pleasant job just men tioned, he said, "Where is that Parson? Send him right here on this SHit we will be made line. 1 never let such luck as this pass me waiting a minute so go ahead," and on bikiJ where they first met, were they solemnly united forever. When the words, "What (od has joined, let no nmn pnt asnndrr," died away, a shout wont up thud awoke echoes for a mile; every hand was extended to the happy, lucky, venturous fellow, . every lady in the orowd pressed the bp mis young ana nandsonie wile (lor a moment 1 wished I were ber, but I instantly recov ered my self-possession and thrust the weak ness from me; women kissing each other always seems a waste of sweetness to but they know best,) luughing, shouting, Happy, we an returned on bonru ; our gen erous captain set a splendid supiicr; clerk made out two certificates they were sigucd by the parson and tvsnty-aiar wlt- nrasrB iiive uiue nine, you allow men women all told) and every oue signed. Then we danced, we laughed, we made cutiuren or ourselves yes, uutde tools cl our selves. Be that as it may, when the watch changed at the noon of the night, the bluffs on the dark shores of the river returned an unbroken echo of the hoarse coughing the JmUy twlott engine, far we slept, uur iiiKMiua vaiuijr trivu w Tie Wltu ute (oveiy reality or tne evening. Calib Cushijio axd AxoTuta, Anii-Do'jo-LtaiTS Huho is KfriiiY. Two ethgies liiund suspended across the street in Haver bill, Mass., on Wednesday, one of which labelled "Caleb (.lushing, a traitor to htseoun- try)" tne oww "Ueorge J Jboson. false to constituents. His country, . and hit (jod. They were cut down by an tltaclu of ( rosiomce uepartnient, very much to tlie auoyam'e oi Uio Lionet democrats. Life in Naples-Deplorable Condition of Affairs. The coneapondent of the London TVsms, under date of June 5, writes as follows from Naples! .! ... ' t ! King Bomblno asks for connsel and assist ance. The former has neen onerea enn. rc jeeted with contempt; the latter-is now re quested in neicna mm against mo conse quences of his obstinacy and something worse. II it lie granted even in tne mnuesi form, what will it support and perpetuate? Take a walk with me rmttid the city before you answer the question. There are four great fori, all the cannon of which nro pointed on the city; the Castle Ht. Elmo, tho Castle of the Carmine, that called' the Uvo, and Castello Nuovo. There are monasteries and government buildings surmounted", by cannon, and every nore and mere yon see loop-holed walls, from which the myrmidons of tlis Majesty are to fire upon the lieges. In the eveniuir vou will see pickets nf cavalry in the squares, and policemen ana spies are so numerous that you can Bcaiccly venture to speak to a Neapolitan, "ur prisons nro full of condemned or tinconileuiued persons, the latter, perhaps, as numerous as the former; and 1 ran speak of personal acquaintances who are now glittering in tne tourtn year without trial or even exnminalion. (Jo into any public place, and vou would fancy that a great calamity had fallen on the people. They whisper together in groups ot two or turee. iney iook over uhut shoulders, and sometimes pull up in a sen tence, it perchance somebody passes, n n doubtful nursoii lie present, they speak by inuendo or arc silent; every man has his lobriqutt, and a loiter from one friend to another would be a study for a sphynx. Call on a friend, and yon arc asked" Chi tf If the answer, -4wnci,' lie recognized, yon are nimedintely admitted, otnernisc me ques tion is rencatcd. and your business asked. You will not get your Neapolitan friend lo return yonr call. The porter, who is gen erally a spy, may know him, or sonic of the police may lie hanging about, and intimacy with a foreigner is condemnation. (Such nro some of the pretty lighter dimples on the siiriace Ul lieaiHjMinii ine. ne iui tun iiMfv , hi i;r A ..- ...... inccs, we know little of them, as all inter course with them is practically prohibited. Jn some tticro are no roads; railroads none. PasaiHirU are with difficulty obtained, and know those whose health requires a visit to the caiutal. and who can not come up. Our colleges lire comparatively abandoned, and our learned societies exist but in name; the spirit of ignorance and superstition broods over the country, and tho priest anil tho ooliccman are the sources from which this evil spirit emanates. Of wealth, such as God cives with his all-bountiful hand, there is abundance; of commerce, there is little. lie nil the branches of public administration there is systematic robliery carried on, which it is diflicult to check, because-carried on by the King's friends, and the extraordinary praises occasionally bestowed on an honest man show the rarity of the article. In short, the most cruel and irritating oppression ex ists in Naples, as a necessary consequence tne principles wuicu are ma rciigiuu ui mi Bourbons, and the life of the Neapolitans but bare animal existence. lan mere tie in tervention to suimort such a state of thinirs' You will talk of changes, and promises, and oaths; the former may be made, but they will never he carried out, and, as to the latter, they are air. . The Great River Amazon. The Amazon, the lnroestriver in the world, has adrainnee nearly three times as large thntot all the rivers ot buronn tnuteniiiiy themselves into the Atlantic. This nliiiu entirelv covered with dense primeval forest, through which the only paths are those made ny the river and its inniiineritnte tri outlines. This forest is literally impeiietmhle. Hum- lwililt remarks that two mission Btatinn miRht be only a few miles apart, and yet the residents would require a dny ana a nan to visit eacn otner, along tne winnings oi small streams. Evan the wild animals get involved iu such impenetrable masses of wood, that they (even the jaguar) live for along time tne trees, a terror to tne monxevs wuose do main they have invaded. The trees often measure from eight to twelve feet in diame ter; and the intervals are occupied by shruli- likc plants, which here, in these tropical re gions, become arborescent. The origin the Amazon is unknown; it is navigable two thousand miles from tho orciui; it nearly one hundred miles wide at the mouth, and in some places six bmidred feet deep; and its torrent projects, as it were, into ocean, more thau three hundred miles, per ceptibly altering its waters ut this distance from tne American snores. of of I if a to his his : the the A Kino Fond or Niuiit-Ram riiEH. A Lon don correspondent writes in a late letter To-dav the Kino; of the Belgians has arrived in London, on a visit to the Queen. And when he comes, speculation is rife as to what mav be In the wind. The Londoners know that he is one of the most talented old diplo matists going, ana always scheming tortile irood of Ins family. Mo is "very tona or ftn gland, and knows life in London better thnu an other roval or ar-stoeratic nersonnirc. 11c demands perfect nncrty wnen lie here, and starts early in the morning from Buckingham Palace no one knows whither bound or learns inucn aoout nis uoings. appears that he has quite a Dickens-like of seeing life in every phase, and that menus in the lowest, as he has. the highest thrust upon him. 1 nose who Know nun intimately have frequently met him in the wildest UIU3I unwiuo-nnj Li',." ill. ii .. i v, read of in the Mvtleriet of Londun places where it is even dangerous to trust one's in the lull tiue oi any me, nnn nt nignionc might make pretty certain oi tne result. A Boy MiiaiiBRrs. A little son of Alfred E. Pace, of Honham. 1'cxas, was found a few ditvs acriii in a shallow water little, that town. An investigation snowed that had been murdered by some person known. HI "Professor" Leavitt, uf Lowell, Mass- lntd the worst ot it in a recent prize with rinnegiui, bus been lighting a negro barber in that city. I" in by that the and of me, the anu of tad t i was his the au- ARTIFICIAL TEETH TNSE1CTKI) WITH OIL WITHOUT J UAt-IIAii Hie rmilrt. m til iiU'Wl oil BUVi m Ittw tut Oii Uoiiar mr tootu. A II operation aiiteetl a rifprewa . wniin, DENTIST, j.-2t-f OSIco 1 Woat foiirlh-.t. liiiis! Xjnis ! rWMIK J.ARGKST VARIRTV IN M. .-. and at vury low priuue. A LSI I A Great Variety of Pari Noveltiea. J. LB BOIITIM.IKK BROH.. jpl'J-liwf HO Went rourlli Ktreet. ANI KAfT!KEHH IK BAR, HIIF.KT J I and Boiler Iron, I'luw HIU, Uallnaul I'to. AI(o, agnta for the aala of Ironton Hiar Warerooma. No. IB Xaat becond-Mreat. Cinctuuall umo. wall felnile I roa made tn nfflar lm POZBN POTH EXTRA RBFINEI) W Bntiab Table Halt, for utle, wliol.aala ruuil, by A. MclMi n A Lli ;(., lalS AH and Brauch 4H Wml ourlh-a riORRECT RniTinN-MPK OP I, VUl.N-Uy J. W. BAHI'LKTt. Oue vol. t-Joth. frloell. Muarruailv. Aanti HKOAflKHH A Oil.. Wl 91 Want rotirth-et np etalra. VIIITM WINK VI.NKIJAH.-JI HT V V ( -IVKl), brie. uuc'i lor wniutjsiue Kr, fur aaafi anvi olusvala aud ret I. hv a. nriroriALu m ut. ; .a , .1 a. rtn Jelft M and Braach i4g Weat yonrth-at. lTONMTABr,Ba BAI-E.-Bf VIHTUR -S an lOXUCLltioD Ut Utt) directed, I Will HATLBDA Y. tile 7th day irf July, Ixflu. at ten A. M ,, III the MianilCaual.at Ilia Elm-atreot Bnd tha fi.ll.wliia aood. and chattel. tu-lt: Tile tiuet Culouel flunna, her apparel and fiaturmi. Tuken under the Water-craft Law, at Ilia uil A 11. Scheara, jrJ7 ' (lunar n irunaanis, ounawuit. maens ninnRli.-JfISf RECEIVED. j lu caae. Canton tiiugnr. fnr aale, wliuuiaala and retail, ht A. M-IUN A Ll A VO., tr. ta nnd Branch -A 19 Wnet I ourth-it.' irR ihtol err cari.-a fine ahti- CLE (or Priutins purpoMM, from No. t to luclualva. Juat reoalvia ana lor .ale ny I nut n.m M1X0N, UUATIfllCI.fl A - ;t T and 7 ' i wi 'alunt .ireafc- BLUB AND BROWN BONNET BOARIM.' m ihu aroaa jumi receiveu ami lor Mile uj UITLHU. UllATrlJCLD A W04ID8. IrN and 1 Waluul-. treet, MISCELLANEOUS. I oi is is in ol is the is it love and 'J sell dead in lie un who light KX suar. TUB ripikna, Naila. and I. I l2mo. UK. Yiuu. OF Oil o'clock Canal- ul i. No. 6 GROVER& BAKER'S Family and Plantation Sewing. 1 I IIOM THR VKItV FliATTKRINU I1 iiniiiiipr lu whlt h eilr TSm lion't have Itei-n rt-- 'iri-il hy :llw lilllillu, remiHitiff 111 liie faie iu up unrtl ,f Forty TJarxxinrt, W. ar l,il In lipliivn Hint oitr Kiidavtrw to niaiKlflV tim a ri'liild Machine have tnjen apprerlaO'd. Wn tnhf Him Mpporliinitv l.i n-tnnrk llisl till" niihe.jr w ill romatti nin'liainri'it. and Ihiil erery Mai hliie Mid liy II wi nhiill ntit h-'Kllale lo warrant 111 pvery ri'Hwei Thi' ilnivcr A llaki'f Fumilv Murhina I'as imo ail- vniit.'iot, uliifli In wiirlliv of Hltert;il atteiiifun. In Rt- ilh inn In Hie heauty, alri'iiulli anil eluKtirily ui Ilia atileh.aml thai la, us aiiiiiTarinn ur-iun'r Liffht, Medium or Hoavy Fabric, Hi iMliTinc It, for Familr Work, iiperior Hanj olher Alie'hine in llio nmiknt. lUHi-luiii-a el every pjillern rwlinutiniy on exinei. Hull. I'nr Hie rnnveiiifiiee "f niirelitinera. Yiiniii! La- li-. M,mr,iitf,il in llin niu, ul thflli. ami riHirfeiill III thoir iiiaiotKnt, tire i-uuilaully un hanil In reeeivn lany vibiium nr pureiiHuem. t , A-HKN1) FOU A OlItCUbAlt.-WI t iiovmn o HAKK It SEWING MACIUNB .CO,-, , 68 WEST FOURTH-STREET - f jeMCI ...... REMOVED. ADAMS. PECKOVER & CO. Ifavfi remTrd thn SalM-room of the ALLIGATOR COAL C00K1XG STOVE from No. 3.1:1 fuurth, to tbelr new nture, H. W. COIINER OF FIFTH AND KL.ll. B. Ordi,ra nnw re ivi-il at our new FOUNDERY! Curner uf front ami Oeutral-av., or at nnr (yriJ-tfl The Great Western Patent Combined WHOIIGHT-IKON -v v- v XT " OTflWrC VuU JVl ilVJT OXVJ.VXJK3 jWB AV O O 1 Oil C O A L-THI MOST r culiveiiipnti wcntiiniciil and durahla Cnnkius rllnvn nvor hivtuitfil fur rtltralH)sllil. Iiiitffl. rnHtitil- rimtH, tioaniiDR mm pnvaie uuiumw ; aim ur oouknik kihI imt nig wuinr ir wtmn or nnui nm in iaru' iiiiHiitUiw. in Hiiy HilioiniiiB upartmnnt, ly the mmv tn. 11, V., 1 A it ii i Mi r. u, Httiinirw:iurir, tm-rHJiiisi nitiniifrii,. Ciiiciuuuti, Olilu. HALL'S PATENT. (diiMaiiMM- 3 re 4 HALL CARROLL & CO., No. 13 knil J7 Kast Columbla-ntrerl. riHIK ill IMT l Alil.K CI Kh m. lUlUii.AU I' iu HIV hAflsh. -IIh-t Iihvo iurft aiitwIiu-tUtit ttiHitiiitjr 4iiiir nnw in iw. wtt (inr a rwrti Ktrs. tii'miwa n it I. A. KM t unv ihtrMiiii Hint 4 h.ii. ii d ttt Ifisri nriWilt ti(M liHw a Hiiitili fiiHtmitu wlMi'uiu tliy hit fkilod pn-riK iiu'ir citiitvuiM. llll mis .ifir r. vti i ii.iiiuiiKn an vnii- nnuii, bpiuu tint lnut KiiH-l'rtMi, BiiruUr i'rMf, nr itt HurKlar 1'rtN.t now iiiiulc; uml ttrm w tllibf to with Hiiy ohluhtinhimmt iu th Uhltui, hiio 111 rMiiinic II rut U lor i.ii ut urn uiimr iiHtMuin 01 Wt uro Drt'lMirtMl Ui furnish Itt'ltor Hafis nml t tmt, tluiu uy utbur uiiuiuiiwturur Iu tii tStTiniIhniia Huun or other mukpra rimo on Wn rtwiMTt MillV invito lli piihh Uvai rhu In our lUick tiur pnniiHiiiM tiitvvni'r. HALL, CARROLL & CO., anlt-ar Vom. lit and IT Kiut Oolnmliia-itreot. i;010 t II 1 11 T OW THE EltOVAPOR PORTABLE COOK-STOVE rrniNfi NKiTiiEit voroAi.,ciiAit- No Smoke, No Dirt, No-Heat! To dlitrninmode the operator. The het and I'cninniiii'Hl HiinimMr arrnhK''iiient extant. In ..pi'iiiltun everyday, at II A. M., No. 1 1 r nrili-Mtrot. (knintjf ificnte inrnaie. jm-fin REMOVED. A. CP Alt UY. Tin-plate and Bnect-lron Worker Ru removed to 81 ZlOXI-STZlXXBT. oent Fon mtkwaht's aiii-tkjiit Niiiiiitier nnd Wiiilnr 4Mikiiisl-Ntve. AlMUtuteiit I r ('eriHr'i Kiltortiia iiydraut, bere it may be i in oprtretenn. Jubtitug aoee wiin emniemeee ua aiepeicn, ni27l , ffie' O" 1 fll 1 t O , I " ' ' - nnuanuiun UAO-DUBIUnU, DnUftK-wnnvBinil COAL COOKING STOVE "four sizes. ': rWarranted to saU.Cactlon"f a MASCPAOTDRID AND FOB I ALB BT CAMPBELL, ELLISON & Nob. 10 A 21 Eat Saoond-at, CINClSKAn, OHIO. Msl MISCELLANEOUS. and iiivui inn. ti n Kir tl purt) sz,ihhi t hnna uxhiu. ! 1 Jpnout frun irtil V:1 I evea J l CO.. TUBULABWROU GUT-IRON Arch Bridges AND CORRUGATED IRON ROOFS, (ARCiHKD AND FLAT,) - a nn Af fiiBAP ah wooi, anb or.R i. niauufaotury 1 capable vt upplyms any Ue. rnrrtiRatnl tmn Pheeta cnnetantly an hatnl, nf all lw. naiiilen aim reany inr ainpneni, wiia iuii iu ,li m-tlnna fnr applvm 'heta. Iiiavn nriiiTB ai dd ti-w, jum-i r . j. lii aifaw IMOMKI.T & CO. 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Ultt b f a ii ' 3 nnu nriuiia iinfrn. nmnnnrl from thft recira uf tlie celebratod American Dentist lo Farln. Kr nala l a i ii k i( i nuns, imiMifli, 8outh-wnt etiruer Oviitrnl-avouue and Kighth. TCT. W. WINDEIt, 212(0) Third-street, near Baca. HOUSI3 and SIGN PAINTER, I joaMiwt To You Want A HOUSE? ADVERTISE IK THE DAILY PRESS. LAN E & BOD LEY, MANttFACVRBHS Or WOOD-WOIiKliYtl MACHINERY. ANIICIIlCUIiAll HAW-MII.I.H. Corner of John aad Walr-trtt OinaimuUi, lapy-iri MONEY1 MONST LOAN OFFICE BKMUVKU HiUll SB WKST BliTU-BTUKT. HfONKVI.OANFIXIN WATCHKS, JKW. ITS Kl.lt V anil all Simla nf M. rclmuiliaa, at rau. of lutiTHnt, at No. lliS Vluu-.truet, DetweeD fuurth ami Ullli. T. & B. JUIUCE. Si reel .(ailroftd Car anil Onmlbae iIaa larturra 14TR AUK II I IL 1MM1 AND HUM. WW k.i.n 1,11 tut ml niimdIv n( HT It K KT RAM.. nliAD UA Its mid ijM N I hl'HKH. which we will i.uIihiiihI iiinIvIu, liiitelt end durehilitv. eud tt iow pru-'K, m Hiiy nmne in nit count ry. :rniiw-ei truer oi l uiraeuu v ine-etretiie. ei-n ft Pure. Catawba Wine, 1 ANTFACTFUKn 11 Y JOHN B. HTAK- A'am. IH.KIl, or AI llltirt i'K l owiinUlii, Hint nol 4-lieil liy any arlklu in I In nntrket. For talri iu ii;ini ny ny Ai.UMir injan, uruuKtiti, boullt-went corner (ntral-aveuue end Kighth. nnyy 1 DISCOVlKltKl) AT IjAHT "THKC'IIAIIT UK LIKK, ur The True '1 "henry f U.-it.hIhi- tion ut lfiiMiir, ur Preventing It, according tt KMiil.li-iinl iiwm oi naiurr. i now Nature. " Tnoeio waiiliiig vinliiiig tlieui. will nnd tiila tirt'ii, ami tu y heitlthv in all roenertn. ISeut to any uf ine t'liiu-ii lau-s ou nuuiptoi i. ur. i Ai,v n ,h it u. i AH.Mit fir Mudame im i Ki umlt Monthlv Hillsi. Tlirtte PilU are invaluable Ljb"ti'Ui;tHl iMtyisM-e. Lali4M ahuuld not one ilui ing pregnancy, aa they will cauee niiacarriagea. 2 per box. (iiit to any purt of theonniry, by in mirtiJiptuf Addn-twt Or, t'ALVINi Hox (itii'lniiali, Ohio or mil at oftloe Hv. !0,'l tre't. iMttweeii riflti ami fiixtli. injl7-lt Ahti(oi,m;y1-i.iaiaiik bkm. Hl'KC'l l U LLl ainiouiii-a tliat the couirruiict Inwuieiui again, and can be fount! t tier rwie no. 4T.nu t ie WMMt siiiin oi Joneai-acreoi. ueiwiM'n I. inn end t'ulterand Lilwrty aud Wade, wufw tortiw patl, prenfiit anil future evnnu by paiininiry, or vy cm run. man iiiiw w no niajr To conn ii it ner on ine hick oi imnnai , or any takiuir. iournevs. biwaulta. hive. Biatrlimniy, lory ticketa, ported eatisifaction will begivn. lloura from 9 A. M. Ui 9 P.M. Prioea low. ceuU-lor ruoniog the letter on the name. jel!-atB mfADAIIlB Fljfalf. UIAI,K BOTAN- . HMj ru niui a n .' LiLtlajiiM i a n u lt 1 N K K Ll K I It never faiht to cure all kilidrt of aiH uf the L) tenia, the K id neya. Ovaries, aud Drollira, Prtdaiaiui (Calliugi fieri, liifljuiiie ion hi ul l1l.iriAtiiin of the Womb, no matter of ong etaiidiug, pennaiieutly cured by ttte uae uf Huda me rofera with pleaaure to tiie tollowiog oi uue oi ine uem uruggisua iu me ciiy ; " To Ik Public aed la LmUm in PmHimlart i "Wn. tho iindimlsTntwI. are not In the habit of Ing our UHineto I'ttteut Mvdlfttuee, hut knowing the Ladr Phfukian, and the and (clue called 'tltUriii, Klixir. wn trheitrfiillr rounimoiid it to all 'nalea nuilcriim irom female Diwaaoe uf anr kiud: la purely vpifi'tjitile, aud lu no cane cau do ketury; t lo all trv. aud our word fur It. you will nui ud "Oorner of Vlfth aud Raoe-.treeta.'' "a. v. 4111.1,, wruMKiMH N. B. For lute at the principal oftlre. 144 Blulli-et., between line anil Kliu ; KUWAKU LAN A Uo., comer or Main ana oiirm-u. ; HI 1. 1., norner ol Kace aud a lflh..ui. : and al.u seiu-rnlly thniuati-'Ht tlie city aud country Mri ONK lllll.lt It lKH HOTTLK. MaiUme ULL18 baa returned from the nonth. can be found at her olUca, Hi Weat JiUtli-.l., all lime.. ' TTT" wivwCaiirm.vfcThi,j. I lireat. rrrrnrr rirrnrr MISCELLANEOUS. Ohio. lew wer. m X- euy the .1 cliil iMMik Dart lu them ml, 414, Vine- kk-i ti'e, tlie ptaueia. uw uuoer lot- Fifteen I Ha dil Bladder I the card artT well the fe U we 1 reliefc Wert BI'AN. r. u. druu. , , SPd a ieir W.22.Braman &Co.'s 'NEW' The attention nf families 1s now fnr the II rat time snbllrlr asked br the aisnnfacttirera to their ne .trie of Sewing Machine. Thar hara snhmttted ft ta trial anil the critical I iwlsntent nf the tmat mechaolra and iperta, by all of trhnnt It has bena eonoelled to lie nna of tlie BEST MACULES LV THE MARKET ! Thli Wachlnn 'li now put (tftl-n. the nnlilin un'fu own mMitii. atxl will be futinrt iwjtml to the most es- BfniilTf, marhlnee. In all thr follow I nit 'painicnUn, and In feotne rmpertii altoitether inpennr; 1. In BtmpHflty of const mctfi in end action ; S. In ddrahilHr od utm-IiaMtlty to ffet ont ol 3. In the qnalltr and amount of work Which It will do In a riven time; 4. -In the facility with which It will work on all kiude of fabric, from the coarteit to the finest clotlm and textnree ; 'i.I. fl, In the eaue with which one can learn to nee It: While with cheapneee, combined wltlv excel- Ifimfce, and In- the ease with which It fane, It li with out a parallel I " ' Ootton, silk and linen oaa be need from the original ieuol. " ' ' Pereone in want of M acble.ee are repoctfnlly in. Titd to call and examine ours before piii-chatlng elnowhere. ' Agettat travel ing and local, are wanted to eel! thtt machine throughout the United States. ' 1 W. E. BRAMAN & CO., ..... . . ,..'- .iii I Melodeon Bulldlut;, WIU FOURTH AND WALNUT, i i (iiricmwATi, onto. CELEBRATED AND SUPEKIOK Hermetically Sealed COVE SPIOED yOYSTERS, -rut cr- Especially fur . Summer " Use. rwIIKY ARB EXTRA IN SIE, AND OF SL Ilia mi! exMiillte navnr. tin expf nne or labnr wT-d in getttug toeni np. -jLaeonject waa to set up jX.IV 1CXTHA ARTICLE ! . Which haa been auooeaafullr axoompll.had,-' GIVE THEM A TRIAL. SUTISFUCTIOH WARRANTED ROBERT ORR, Agent, jel-tf Depot No. 11 West Flfth-f treet. CANDY I CANDY! (svoosssoa TO IIVISS 00.,) MANUFACTURER WHOLESALE DEALER -'ta FINE AND TLAIN CANDIES, NO. 4 MAIN-MTREKT, CINCINNATI, lrl71 CINCINNATI FUEL COMPANT, COAL-TABD AND OFFICE, No.103 Hi. XHlIlIJ-JrtXltKICT. YOVOHIUOHENY, WINIFRRIDB, AMD Hartfbrd City GOALH, , Delivered at the loweat market rate. rordere eolielted and pmmntlr exeented. 7-ey W.M. IKjAllKLL. HecreUry. X&illinoryl J. WEBB, JR., W Atf H KflRIVINO II A I Ii Y BY PUKHH, the very ncweel atyltt it V leu ol lfo ONNETH, KaKNiiH AavirHMAL FLowRtta, ("hildbkn's Hath. Kuanr. ('aacae. Bwihd Laraa. Htbaw Tarn. mi awe Boa hit vaaMaaaud millimkbt uooog. WboUaaU and Betail, ' . NO. 154 FIKTH-WTBPC1T. B. KITTREDQB 4 CO., 14 MAIN-HT., CIN., O. , K1TTIIEDGK & FOISOM, SS ft. Oharlmt., New Orleaas, La, lamaTBSso, Gaul and HporUnc A rriarmt-aat sup Pamtana m ooarownan. ; ' II. I. KL.IAS'8 ;., ' , ww fwuuu' i Watch & Jewelry House, 16 West Fourth-street, ' laTIIRKB (IAN BH II A it R V V All v v yAav rnvf" uiiiiiiih inu nw uuoiuini. my m leea price, for CAdli, than baeever before beeu oiler la thla market. UITB TJS A C A I, Ii. '' And sea for yonreelTea. - - apll Danks's Bell and Brass Foundry. N1LBS WORKS, (formerly OeorK, t, Hank,,) ! MaVOrMAJUU'HIBIII, VIUVIUUMt, nBIiljH KEPT COTANTLYONn or marte toimttir, of auf iize up to A.wni pfiunda. antl litohnofle m wauled. Kvory varletr of Wurkaiid Uraw aud CVnnmwltion Cuatiuw wade edart ana every deevrfptaon of tisbed Briiae Work oruer. aimo on nana. imuuiLi Aiutei .11111 Him, itr -'.-'i KON PIPK AND , TINUH. v .- rt r-vl 1 ll b ttm r I rn rriwmn tn klaavyk,., aa WriiUtlrfti 1'ieiug aad JTIuIuks put re; and Bloi r.A laVuu l.uAi,.. Ual. n 1..L M'l.l J'lKlLlii,, TV lib vera, fcdffiue bu, ax. Lajrer-oeer Vock$ all other Tarletlea alw,yt uu heiTd. 1 UUMA8 F1RT11, Superintendent. uiye-iHueHkwj I . . ! .'.j 'ii ' to J.i;j It''1"! -Mi- RAILROADS. LITTLE MIAMI -AND- COLUMBUS AND XENIA -AND- -AND-CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON 3 RAILROADS! MH AND A FT Fit ilfOnA T (J XX, H A. M. KXPKKW.'e-i'roni uincm-wi, num. Ilt'inand Dayton l)l'-ror llnmilton. Klcbmoad In'llanapolifl. Lnummr-Tt, leyt.n,Ao. Ti:tU A. in. K.nirw-'rimi uhiiw "iimi rpot. and fnmi Clucinnefl, Hemllton and PAt n iLa.t 1-L.a.e.aw-tat wis. f!.l iimhllN sinii C'WlTPlHtKl I ! w,ninhn, ivtvutllne end PitMhnrg: t! ( olrnnne Htnnhiiille and Pittel.nrai via tVlnmhnu, BWr end Hen v.. m ui; mi l &nmhn, fWUirand PltU- linrir: ulso for fpilnphPlfl Unrt l)ilwaro. Ttllll At ITI. KXKHKW-fn'in f;mnnni, Uusi.ilti.ta ami n.H.in fsciwtt Alan (H.nnrte nt IiAf- inn Mr rpnnHn"ll, iirnniiii enn rvnwTi ami wim Iinvtoii and Mif-hlMn Hm ft Troy. Pi'iua, HMnoy, I.tma, hort Wajii mid riikngt'. Aleo for ToltMlu, IWnMt ami all ptut in i 'nnR'ta. M . HI. a'Min I'liirltst.all. ItsimiHnn end I'flT tiN Isvei4 Avvwmwimlmivvn r Hnmilton and Wey I Mlnttonn ; roniif- in Ht Huniiifnn for Itvtord, Ao. 10 A. H. t.Aril -Ki-oin l.ittl" H lenti ne- fot O'liifi'ftrt tia t-oliiioliiw and Br1tr end ttii wkm1; via t'-olnmbMn, lt)ir and PiltlMrtf; via Cclunibun. 'ri')liue ami Pitt'ljiirg. and vialk'luni niw ntnl ',fTplAiid. J.:i P. ill. K P H RMS-Fnnfi r nrinnati. flHinihua e el Diavtian Iirllrer llavton. Hnrlnc- flohl. ilrliitiia nnd Hnllefuutatlitt : almi at Irftrtoti for I iViliimlMtH : ruiiiiei tu via llHintUon fi, Jtc-umund, :it.i p. m. -rrom 'inc nnati. tiAmntoii ana IHi ton Jf.p.t-K.r Hamilton and all VVaf Btattoo, contifctN ei llnniilton lor Oxford, An. , aft P. ill. from Ij ttle miRinl iivtT'-'Arftommo I dAtloft for (Vhimnna, iUiaaiDf at ell Way Htaitoue aio tr spnncn-i(i. , H ; I . r rum iiuite m ami Lwnni Accmniw datlon fr XnU, otopivtnir nt Wny Hfittloni. I". Ma KXKK KHMirmm aJiiicinnau, nam ilton and Urn. Step iL Vow Day4n, HprinptiHld, lirimna anl nn(nir,Ky; Mr iroy, i njnn, oi'iiiTt Minn, Kort Whiii nniT t'hirairo ; aleo for Toledo, iviroit and ell point In (lannda; ciinnecU via Hamilton for Iti' liiuond, Loci.iinp.irt, Ac. I P. Im KXI'KKSH -Krom i.itrm fliami im- Inra fintivWtM vit ('oinnmni, rwniviii ann rni- iirer : vm t-ohtntltiM, tlmtihiie ann rittet'iirg ; via roliMiibti And 'If.flnnii; via t'oiiimln, Itt'lnlr nnd BpiiwtrnU; and via i;olnnilinH, H'lir aixt I'liisnurjfc ttliKKPlNO-fiAltH ON THIS TRAIN. For all Informntion nnd Tlirnnsh Tfrkoti nlenne Apply nlhp4)lnne, Noiittl-faH OorntTuf ont end IliofMluny WHet. nide of Vine-etreet tetwn the 1'iMi.tltiro na the It timet Hoiimi: No. Burnet Hmi-o; No. 5 Knut Third-BtwO.; Hixtb-itreet lM pot, and at thu Kimt r'nt-effwt 1ktm. TrnitiH run Uy OohnnUiM timer which te eeven min ntea (aider thnn ('im-lMimti time. . w. nr ir A UK IE. (wtnerai Tfcxet A cent. Omnlbnem call for DUMMinttni by leavinc dt recti nee attlift T(- kt OtticMti. npM T" COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860. OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD. RAILROAD. BROAD GAUGE. CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS. THROUGH WITHOUT CHA If OK QF CABS. ' TWO DATIiV TRAINS FOR TI N ( ENNKH, Cairo and bU LkhiU at 4v2 X. aii'i I. M. Three uhIIt trnfni for IjoalivUle tit 4143 A. M.., IX P. 51. end P. M. ' . uue tiain Jtr Avausviiinat 4tva a. n; - . Thn train noiuiftrt at Ht. l.miis f -r all lvnti KtsMKaa unrl Nohmtikn. Hannlluil. Oillncv end Keo kuk; ttt Ht. LoitIh and vUiro a,r Ueoibble, Vtckeban - On ttiriiitrh train rn hnnnnr at r. Tn. K!tunin, fart line Iomthi hntt Wt. LffMile, Hand ay exrpti:d, at 7 A. 01., arrivmij ai. uinoiiuiaii Hr.ltF r. M. ' , i , nixprflHH intin leaven pi. iniiii nany at 7ncu r. ta -riviiiKiitClnciniiiitl al?i:0 A. M. i'nr throfiBh lii-ketM ti h II nointN Wmt arid Month. pinnae epply nt tli uftlme: Walnntetrrt limine, Im twreii tiixlh ainlJveBai-tntj; fi. 1 Buraot MoUHe, corner iut-.n; nortn-wi'Mi corner rroni nnd un-rui- way; npencor iicn nncv, ann nt ine itimh, cornei y; flpencr Mcaae tlllice, and at the rvpnt, cornel n"aua SliU-etreet. Oninihueen rail lirpaaaeu- pl ' " " ' ' Vice Prealdent r roii- BAIH. apie CINCINNATI, RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS-AND- Cincinnati & Chicago Cincinnati & Chicago RAILROADS. I O. aflREAT THROI'KI! HOI TB TO THB n 1 1 II I It H Jbn I FUR TNIf A NA P0LI8, TERRB nAHTK, nr. Hinm. Clll' AiJO, ' n u-i.n i a i,a rniti i 9 , L' .Mi A NHIMIKT, , IHritl.lNUTON, . OAIsKrtUbBO, " " ' OIllNCT, 1H1NLKITM. . Three dnllv thminh tniiiiM leave Hlxth-atreet Deaut at tf A. M. and Ut'.Hi P. M. and 0 I'. M, ITUrvuiKh to Indianaitolis witUont At Richmond, with (Jinoianeti end Ohlnean Rail iroad, for Andermin and all point ou tlie Bwllefon all point on the WaWh Vellev lUllmiid. At IndianHpolle tor Tene fliinta, Mat toon, Pan4 Ht. Lou ttt and Illinoln Centriil llallrnnd. At fMfayette for Danville, Tot o tin, Decetnr, Serine ald, Mevtee, Uniiwx and Uaanibal and. ttt, Joeepb WliriHUl. At Chicago for Bitclne. Kenoeha, MllwatiVle. croeHe, St. Paul, Prairie du Chleu, Bock la laud lewaCirr. The A P. M !' Trail r makie dlriwt rnrieotim. LofrHnnpirt with Loganheort, Peorleand Burl Ind liMllruadi for Oilman, Kl Paen, Peoria, Burlington, Uuiucy.Qal(Mhurg,Ualeuaaud Puolbith, making ifiHtHiire FIVE MILES SliOBTEB THAN BY ANT IITIIKB BOUTK,. AND lOO MILES SHORTER TI1AH VIA UlllUiUO. . Fare as Low and Time as Quick as ny any oiner nouie. Thle la eirlnirively a WeeteTii anT Niirth-weartera Route, having aa fttrorahl arrange mnnU with uecting IUmuU hh any other Uuiite. I'atMhig Ui a higmy-cultiVHtt'd eoutitry, witli Qinneruiia and TilUgtw, It ntlere to pntroim more pieamtnt actnn inndatiou t'nr Maffty, eonifore aud fntereet thaa other Route for tlie above named point. Vor ThnmL'h Tlcketa or anv furtlier luformatlon rllie ure and apply at I lh SV IIP V III Fa Ml 169 Walnut-street, hftween Fourth and Fifth -etraeta, nearGibHon Hum; North-eant corner If runt- and Broadway) Went aide Vine-atteeti between Burnet Hove tMneinueti, HawllUm and Dayton Vmfht. Fifth Hixthatreeu. v. n. nitfitniiw, -Kuperlntendent W. H. BI11PMAN. Pawenger Agent. . araT"tninibin4in will call for namaoicem by laavlna tjieir aajuet at either of the Ticket othrea. apie W, 11. HMI1U. Agent. INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI SHORT LINE Shortest Route by 30 Miles. Hit- TI. uiutu wi Mo, AND, Bruae to Hii. MW Steam .11... and NO CHANG'S OF CARS TO INOIANAF I.IH, at which place it unite with railroadi Air and arirat ail poiuta iu the Went and North-wtat. THR KB PAtiHBNOKB T&AlNtt 1 Leave Olnclunatl dally from the foot of Hill Vront-HtrHestai. tt4B A. M.-GHICApO M AIL -Arrlree at 10:47 A. M Chicago at ft P. M. I liil A ffi. rerre Haute ami LeeMyeiie aiNltiUi.il ax-r iM iat Indiiiipnl) at t.Ht P. IS. A P. ni.OlllOAt.O PR KSH -Arrive at aUMpoliM a.)H:46P. M.l tJn logout T:3u A. H. Hltntnlu jC'a nara aitarhru tu all nighttralne thhr nne, and through to Chicago ohanire itf emra. arHu iuru von &re in ine nirnt ticKetaOTnee Iou piirrhaae your ticket, aud auk lor ticket lawretirelinrg aud (mlianapoila. are tut aawe. aud time aburtar toaa by any rouie. nnensm cneraea tnmurn. TlfliUtJOH TICkKTH. mtnA nntil .. een tained at the ticket oltliwa, at Itipeucor Houae NortL-went cornur of Broadway and Front; ui(iv fiifurm inmi , tun n mi iiiit,Hii nci No. O Cut Third -tftreet. aud t ilepot Ornoe, a. iu. on aronL-iureet. wuare mn Hou can be had. . Oniiiihiiaee run to aud from eeoh train, and call or aaMeengon at all Aiotola, and all pert uf ciiy, uf leaviag auarea at eiiner oinco. apji a. u. i, rreeiaent. -ptV -rriiV'!.' Saddle, Trunk and1 Harness 7 1 MANVPACTORYt 1 JOA MalaHitrett threa doors abova FrEKP ON HAND AND M 4KB TO IV I)KB all kiiiU. of Uorai) Trauvlua-, in ilia kiin miwl auli.tantiat Diannxr. Aim, a tar. iln.a.in..r.- Al,a large keta, Wnlpa,aMrpetaad Biillalo Kob Vallaea Itlia rtuiiliM, Npoil(e, ami laree W-tbn. Ru, l WUI aaH m ea m a. an,... am Lao It -ay) ' lent of liorae Blanketa, Wnlpa, aJarpet HSU. IlLidlll It I (at. featherV, ai Ml T itrtmeut beluagUtf iwtuie we iowee INSURANCE. I I ; ; . I In at . t La- and mi too the , con- rough towm auj be and and Ili.IAItl.K fNItlilltl KtTij ' j ; 8- IIARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. Daratwl Solaly t Fir Insttra - OAStt It CAPITAL AMD SUBPltJl j . $580,000; (O; -. . r-t t B. I- tOOMIS, IrWBt. 35 II. KELLOGG, Rexretar) Thl. all-knrn anil reliable Onrpnrallnn craitlntv . nee, at II. Aa-nr, In Ihla clt, tn Iwne I'nhrle. aanlia- W Tf Immi or ilnrnuf tr Fire, on naarlv every deacrlpllm ol perannal property, at cuirep, . 3 V Losses Paid at this Agonoy A f , J. J. BKRNC, Cltjr Afnnt, 33 West Thlrd-rt. J. B. Muaaa, Hniininr. . - JOB M. KENNKPT, Agent, Cnvlnslon. Branch Orflc Phcenlx, insurance uo.,Jf 33 West Third-street, Cincinnati, Oblo. V Asenla arpnlnteil, Lnaeae adinatod and paid, Onriaapondanca promptlf aiienni1)! I neurn' nr.e till I ii.i Hlank. furnlahed Asenta, mi ft the hwtlneM nf i' anuni in ih WMRiArn. Korth - wentrB and Ron Hi woett rn Btaten and Terrltoriee uuder the iiipervieiou and mauaseuentnf & 0 f R. II. dc H. W. IHAGILI., r'f JTJ" . 141 Firemen' lnsurince Co of CinolnnatiJ ' ' IMOOBPOR ATED Cami Capital limuifti (Jabu BvarLun, jfune iwrjCTJ!7. DI-ltRCTOlIfl IWK I80U-I. 1 tr Kdmnnd Intr, Jar.dt Traber, J. P. Twnedl JaniM Cnllionn, r. WlUrni, Ttolrt An'lr CI.Hrl.i. N. Went, N. W. Tlmman, BrifiK" Hwiii 1 .1 l Minor. Jiiii. Wlirtwtniia. Hem. J. IImIm. P. A. W hite, J. T. Wrtrn n, GHre WiUbire. ' Thli Company new oftVre the mnet perfect necitrlty , t IU policy. Inilders, In IU capital and snirplue, and character fnr prumpttie (n piying Ihm. 1 ITMA8 bu Awr.rn:irBABmr.u. Ilrvwnmiinila Itanlf to ihft citiKvnn of CiliMlnnatI In heliiga IlitMK CuMPAnr; what pronto it makee lieli-nc 7 to end cironlete in Cinclnnntl, and do not gn abnwd o nil the C4nri orcapltallnU In Ktorn cilii'i, -MnrchnntM. HnnafMOtiirtirai and Mnobatilcn ha vine BuUdtass aud tituca to iantre. will pleaee give u a tll. (' - w Office In Cmtipany't bnlldlnfr, noTth-east enreer or 1 Pnmt and Maia-etreeta, second itory, entreltcooa I frantunreet. H. Ji. HPJANOSU, Pree t. J 8. H. VA RTER. flec'y. -N. B I'erenne denying- to Insure tn a chka Com- rmnv. wftltnnt nxrutYl tn inLVCinr. and who think a one office bent ae good a another, need hardly can 1 v CHOICK - " ' : rmsT-cuss insurance. IutrMratsI ISIB.-Okarter ParpetaaU Oath Capital Enlarged Half a Million of Dollarai , & OENCY FMTABLIMBKD IN CINCIN-' itv NAT! in IN'J.. aMte-dutina all ereennt local luHurance cornpaulM aod atcencioe in the iDauranca buclneea lo thli city. Thirty -tire yearn' conatant I duty here, cnmhlned with wealth, experience, enter- riae ana ittwrauty, eepeciaiiy com men cue jr,nm iieurance Company ti the favorable patronage of thie community e tending aolitary and alone, the tole mi rr Ivor and liTing atoneer of Clnciunati under writer oi The IarMt lost ever netainea ny any inurance , company at one nre In Ohio a by the jvrna, at Ohlllicothe, April. and amounted to $lU,i31 67, moatly paid prior to thirty dn-a ter the Are. jjoate paia in uinciunauannuit- im iwitiii rwf $177,848 78, r . t i,a enn frf v. uasa capital, - - fi,uuu,uvui - AbaoluU and animpaired, with a as, soralns of M4,14'J 37. And the , realise of for tr -one rears' sneoaas and ,1 perlence. loveetmeoU uf I . kt Over $100,000 jnOhlo Secarltlcg FIR! AND INl,ArlD NAVIGATION. J!! Rl.ka accented at tenna conalatent with antrenc, Vi and fair nronta. Bnpeclal attention sfen t Ineur- S nee r DweUinia aud content for terms of on lo nre years. . , a. ADallcatlea mae an any amy .ninanwn nsens wA rroniptly attended to. By atrlct attention to a legit mate In.iirance hnalneaa, this Company la enabled t oner lu.lh lnilmiiitv for the aaataad aecurltv fur th future. . Policies Inued without dels, br j CARTER V UMWEf, Aaeote " - . Mo. 40 slaintreet, and No. 171 VUetreet. J. 1. HOOKRR, Agent, Tnltnn, 17th Ward. " fcll-ay . O. P. BUCHANAN, Newport, Ky. National Insuranoe Company,' CINCINNATI, nmo. OFFICE HOI1T H-WEST CIORNKB. OF MAIN AN1UUNT-HTUUETH. Karlne, Inland Transportation and Fire Bisks. "- TAKEN AT CURRENT RATES. . .WRKOTOK: John Bnrsoyae, S. M. Hmlth, Robert Moora, wm. It-pwnnn, i;naa. u. awra, at. imneiowi, P. X. Wiedemer, Th.. (Ins, 8. W. Hnillh, J. h. Row, Th.al. R. Blssa, Henry Rllla. . airiici auauuiAa,rnaiqwni H. fl. Manas, BeoreUry. pos-bfm P. A. HPRIQM AN, 8orveyor. City Insurance Company . OF CINCINNATI. OHIO., , NO. ft PITBl,lb I.ANDINQ, BETWEEN MAIN AND DirOAMUUB.-UIUMhed IK49. Capital rUark 130,fMlw 00 , B"lrj and Mmrine Xtla-ks) Taken at fair rates. Lome, equitably adjiuted and promptly paid. Diaaornna D. Bannlna. Joeenh 0. Butler. R. M. f i . t I 1 Rlahoa, T. i. Weaver, W. B. Mooree, J. W. rxmohue, a. llalnaa, u. w. TniwbrlilKe, J. l benmer. and In diaimpoliBat Jtoconv Indl- on without nnr jos. u. HU11.IU, rreaioeni. W. M. BionamnaoM, Hecretary. WM. P. HraaTTua, gnrreyur. m21-cm Western Insurance Company OF CINCINNATI, , OFFICE IN THE SECOND STORY F No. Vroattreet, betweaa Main aud Syca more. tiiib uompany M using ri re, intana ana starias Riake at current ratea of premium. ljoa..e fairly adjuated and promptly paid. DIREUTOR8: T. t. Krltert, P. Ball, 8. W. Pomeror, Wm. Glenn, W. U. Whltcher, W. 0. Maim, K.iht. Mitchell, W. H. Oonutock, I,. 0. C. HUiua, H..l,t. Buchanan, C. II Hhaw, Geo. Blall, Wm. tu-llew, Beth (Tana, - J. H. Tease, David Gibeon. If. Brachmann, j. G. lahaiu. U. Ulearwater, Thus. K. Klliott, T. t. BUKSUT, Prealdent. 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