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Cincinnati Daily Columbian (Newspaper) - June 22, 1854, Cincinnati, OhioA NEWS AND BUSINESS PAPER, I N D E P E N D E N T ,.0 N SUBJECTS. VOL. i. -Nv>. 224.CINCINNATI, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 22, 1854. TEN CENTS A WEEK. ! . ' ; t ! f 5 f ;i K i ' ' » r' Ip f ; f ©fllumiimn. I paily ©ulumbm PCBLWtfBD «IiIwmMiB Mil ALBC«T G VlL.Ll.%M B BTKKT IfORXlJfO. iiS*- TkW M, BM. WalMM Vi«e, By RICt«AH0«0.1l. PRUPM1IÍTOR. KOI TOH. • HATTLCB, . I*    —tita tB« Utt    tbat    may    B« twee'eieek la iBamaratu, wclakiac tb« most eanfel •M MMraM reyerts «T tB*    markata    ft aw an • ■«Biiy aak Karaya. aa4 swraayood^^cw trgaa all aarta af tBa **rM la mcaraaaaaiarar M aak Maatrjr. it will Ba aacootf •• aa aMBilar yaMiraUoa. a«4 will éaaala ayeeiei attaaliaa la **a imémrmtm if akr V«a. iia AsaMraiyvaa. Uoaaaaca. JLatry ■ ia kacrvaai, MiaBaai. kaaovacaa. act. ll wUi ka aiailak _ ■aaaaa Bar iBa Bw lacktai««^ traiaa, aiwi will raaak a laiya ^waaa lar taa atai Uwktaiaa traiaa, aaa win »«Wlaa ar OBle. lakiaM aa^ KaaUtckj aa tka < I day ■rl^.laa TBBHS ortSUHaCRIPTtOX. Ymt, d* llamad b# t>arriar............ Weak, fayabla V» Carriar............ ~,laaarQdy ta«draaa^............ #BR&LT »krBR. The fhlaeBtaa a*4 «drau W«at aaaB Waaeiy. ft tba laraaat elaaa. adl ly hr Uui tmmmrr airea Urtaa .M.W .. Id aaUad aad ar> Bwary 5??*55??T.^raar.............. tea Itey. aU maotba........... Bw    aaa    yaar.    aad    aaa ta i__ gphl Uiedaa ewyaar. aad aawlaaeaa Ihtrtna Udiriha. mm yaar, aad aaa ta it.a** It. twalaa aa. •Caat, twalaa ailhaaadat tba ttamyaid iW. aataaa ^^^j^AddMaaa may ba mada ta elaha. at aay tlma. aa tba ^aatmaalara ara aatkarlaed ta art as mreata. aad Paaamaakamta tba Want aad Baarb-waat. ara raapectfally aa-ttmtfmd ta w<r» b<»aaa    a fair tHai_ _ SPECIAL NOriCES~ a^Wmatm' OaraerratoB Uailerv—Coraer Paartb aad BalMtaa—Par paruaks af A dalla, by I war praaah aad imprarad taatramaala. a elaady day ia qaHa as hrarabir as daar waalBar. Par aBOdrm. a timr day, (batwtia U aad i o’dack,) Is irahiaMb la haaa. araid Whita, Blaa ar Ucht PUk. Oar OaBmy witB ks lacia aad brliMaat aaUaatiaaal Da learteatypeaaad ater walk a« Art. la apan at aU baara aad raSB; wBater rWiaia wlah plctaraa takaa ar aat, «« tell at aU iimaa ba Bapay ta »#■ tbeaa__jail    Iw HOT MB.—Tba ibeekbaiii.ta U tba UbndnnH t.—«>— •y. wui plaaaa taka aotlea. tet aa — - aa »t»T>da« by iBr charter, wlB laka ea aa haTUBDaT, tba SM ad ialy. MM. dABCNTUOU. dOtHCrU McDOUOAU. TBOMAaBaOORd. OcE JoBLB. UOMT. J. T. OCTBBIK. J laSl-dha 9mma^ mt S»lr Crleheatem — AO iBa rariaa» Oirie MIBtwy: Tiada aad Maaiaalaat Assaaiatiaaa. af this aad aaBbbaabac aWlaa. ara barcby cordially a d ro^ect/kUy lari, tod aa Jala ar«k te paapla oi UachtaaU ia Baoarias Uwap wy al i mariraa laaapaadaaaa. by prapo- wilHai tajóla te prnetalia. ara rea neat-ta tBcOfbad Bar^Uor lha Dayaaaarty aa ata iBc tlbte. ByardmarBc. Oem. C. W. AKDRBSOX. BaCy. ■ ■■BMt— «r ihB «telt Uewp. Chadteaatt. • plaaaaa MuBDaI. tba iBb of daw, baiiac aada teday OTery JaiT Iw ■ in taka ilarcwr>ea Tanaa. aaa denar If ABSH, Peaprtctar. Mteb CteAMutf W eaiera RafitMd CBmpby.— laeiBbatl. Jaaa iS tSM-—tba rdPckbaiatra af tba Oli.ctaaali Totara i tliraait Uaaapaar ara Berekr aoUftad. ib«t tba third lara bct te a. «aa tba iwratletk Jaly iaa alimaat ad Ita dallata par abara, dao Aacaat aa>t.ara eaned lar. payabta at tbaaOee ly. .ta. ISWrM Tblidat •    “    CALKB    B.BBITH, l*rtaidaBt. ■fBO08HCCm.KBHATK»li.— Tha Mommmc Ordar af Bawpatt, by.. wUl artaatata Mdaaa's Oby. Mtb iwM.. «B Bairpart. AU aMsbats ia food ataadlai ara ctirdhily lantad ta ariaad aad partlci- rita te raram ialta af tba day. B.BATO.    Í    __ B B. ■cCBAOKI.X, S laMiS A Wmiwmm Wewamtm C« leie. tlahctaif rt —Tba Aaaaal atiaii al taa 1.1 laai i at ibia IdttuaUea will oaaaaaaaea WUI uba placa aa Taarday ___^    te    Mtb.    aad    Aaalrrraary rxaratsas af IBa T. k. Wbaaab m Watemday cre..ls«. iBo ZIm. at wbtcB tfata tba Aaaaal Addraaa em Be dadaared by ibe Hoe. Jed|e»lo*aB. OaaamaaeacaM^t Jmrdaaa will taa# placa aa Thaisday rra- tec. iBaSJiuai it abt ■ aetally at 7 a>clack aacB aaaalai. CM Frlaada ot Bdarariaa «aaa^aUy. i frlaada Ot Kdi laahadta attaad iBe aboaa I aad kltarary < P B. WILBKR. Pr Aleaual Ai B. B. Iba LfWrarrBMrdaaa of tba___________ wfHbabKdaa PKXi>a V. tbs 23d iwt., m tba CaOacc Cbapal. lalAlw _______T*pa«cji    Wcawa    offer* bhaaeUaa aeamdi* a tar ^aa oteaai nbaikPar Uamiitou coaaty, aabfert te tba klaotiaa by te papalar vote ai b«i eUiaaai. akaaid haba aamlaatadaad»aa namtty alOBiad. baaladiat kbnaaU ta dia abat«i tba dattaa al tas AAm taitatoily . tpapartiaiiy, aad ta tba bast af Bit abUUy.    jaS ________ _jc    4i»T    t*fO»ertv.—I wfflex- wBiuapeavad I aaa altbm M alia af I aba ata,ba t .a tuilraa.!, wua rslaabta aataaral spria«, far faad Aiaa. atbar a ibti kia Lead, aa te dBfrtldaa KnatR r>oNKt,nro. i>r fMnty. Alaa It ^ ai ta Daytaa. M1A4. MBiBWts»a»>aa u. a.d-«. U<mt *at.i»i> iwwTy,a. aa Rwa rata tapar, alter Mr OaM ar IRaol Paaa, Iroaa •RdB M SMd* par ttaata, raMd aad eat la baa arytr idr aaa atte    OAll.1 i'uM;MaiAM. Btaaaid^Utea, yl_bew    iVfwai»Isa BniidhM 84rfaat NATIVE WINES. OpoilflloC Catawtay O    (Tba    riealoftbaPraaah    campalcaa) BtUl CTatawba, tOarrcipaadaata ta te Qifiai Jiaek Vlaaa.) LaAica Wlae, iA irUcioaa aad dsU,AU boecra«oJ eU af tba •‘Cnwsrl. ■'“‘i,... 'artieto-BtrieUy Para-^ Madleal>«r- ^LaltaaK. Aad wadaalrata aaaara alt aaraaaaawcbatec •r w. tbatteaiMia cara wUl ba aBaareaSia lUbtoNttete hMar, ub wtabaa af aar caatamara; aad aay arUclaa aald by «A win ba saaraataad M ba practaaU wBat tey ara rapra-aaatad. I« bdiltrtaa ta aar Hat af Wtea aad Catawba Biw dy. m dbaaa wtB ba MiihBad ta ardar: éraaa TIaa Canlaaa.ar Baim af arary Tarlaty af Orapaa; añnRaata OteaTtaack WBw Mawlm;Corks; Wlaa cZsks af aaaiy #aa. trw dbta btdb aaliaai; Wlna PrataM, kwyaaad mbB; BaaabMdMatara. tteklap liiaBlaaa; Battllaa Taels Wd OaUar apparaiai af arary ktad dastrad. ITa will alsolbr> ■Mb arfaa ftMrartlaaa M daaall. Mr teaofciaotioa af tba Orapa, swd te praparartaa of te atlU aa dry Wtaa^alsd Tteyari Beads wBs s*a raarsapbly aaallBsd Mr te baai "^Tteaas Bartap wtass af fbair an ia eaakc ahbar Mrdc ar aattra, aaa hara teM baaUad ta te meat earafbl maa **AHardara, past paid. «1 rarafwaMaaaiwilata attaatlaa OURHBAC A BON. AaaeU. Ba 9 MBTdVaat TWrd atraata aaaaatta iba Hamat Haasa. RSáw Mill and Lumber Yard. OeiGMT CrtKNMtTUM.—Lamber Daalcr. at Co'.am. bfa, baamitaa Mam OMcibaatl. at iba CetamMa BtatMe aa tba LiUla illaati Railroad, staraw ordar Brtdya aud f nua* Mm TlMbor afall klada, JeUl, Beat tlloa. aad Uatlar Bticlm. 2ee Beape eateeaily ea Bead a THI7RSOAV MOtMLYU... .JVN8 S». 18B4 We bare see» At the Peoide’a Hat Store, 183 Main *L. a jiplendtd rartety of the aeareat wtylea of Hata. Fourth or July CsLKbtATiON.—The committee met, Hites Q reeuwood ia the chair. Manrs. Stack— hooBd, Pcier and Lanck were appointed a committee t> prepare a tent for the occaaioo. A mutton a adopted editing a meeting of the Geneiml and Ward Committeea to-morrow evening. Ad loomed. ViBotNiAN Horkkd Owl.—We saw yesterday in D. D. Jackses*s, on Vine street, below Fifth, a Teiy fine apecimen of the Virginian Horned Owl, which was bkot a few ^ays ago by Dr. Brooks, of College HOL It measnres four feet nine iochea from tip to tip of wing, and is altogether. :rben stnflhd, a noble looking bird. The Virginian Horned Owl {Bubo yirgmeamus,) if a natire of North America, being fonnd in almoat erery qoarter of the United Biate», aad in the fur ceuntriea, where the timber ia of laige size. lU farorite reaidenoeuia the dark siditudes of deep swamps, covered with a growth of gigantic timber, and here, as soon as the evening draws on and mankind retire to rest, he aends forth snch sounds as seem scarcely to belong to tkia world. Aioog the moontain ahores of the Ohio, and amidat the deep foreats of Indiana, alone and reposing in the woods, this gbo^y watchman freqaently warns the inhabitants of the approach of morning, by his singolar exclamations, sometimes sweeping aronnd their honeea, altering a loud and sadden “Wsogh O ! Wangfa O sufficient to alarm a whole camp meeting. The flight of this bird is eJevated. rapid and grace fhl. ItMÜBwiUi apparcBt eaae inlargo circles, txul rises and deecenda witiraot tiie least difflcnlty, by iBerely ioclioiag its wtags or its tail aa it paaaes through the air; now aad then it gdidss silently elooe over tha earth, with Incomparafaie velocity, and drops aa Ifsbot dead on tha prey beneath. At other timea, it anddenly alights on the top of a fence or dead Btamp, and niters a shriek so horrid that the woods around echo to its dismal soond. Its food eooaiaU of varlouiAgaUlnaceoBs birds, b^'<growB turkeya, domestic n¡»u1try of all kinds, grooae, rirt)-bita, opoaaunn, anff squirrela; aad whenever chance throws a dead ftsh oa the shore, this bird feeds on it with peoolifr aridity. The Virgitda floraad Owi is very powerful, and equally spirited. Mailarda, Gnfoea fowls, and common fowls fill an easy prey, fnd are carried off in its talons to the depths of the woods. When wounded, it exhibits a reveageTuI teaacity of spirit, scarcely surpassed by the noUest of birds—the eagle. Disdaising to scramble away, it Gkces Ito enemy with undkunted conrage, protrnding its powerfhl tslons and snapping its bill. Its large goggle eyes open and shot in. qoick succession, and the Heathers of its body arc puefed out till its apparen^ bulk Is aeariy doable tha natural size. In some districts it i* a great nuisance to the settler, making «d havoc among his poultry. Among some of the Indian nalkms a sort of rever ential bmtor ia entertained towards this bird, and the priesta and conjurers have adopted it as the eymbol their office, carrying about wHh them a staffed ipecimea with glaaa eyes, which excites geasrBl . This bird osuaily constructs a bulky nest in the fmked branch of b tree, compoMd externally of crooked stioka and lined with coarse grass and feathers. The ^gs are three or four in number; and a dull white. The tS%a and style of ooloring is B'jQilar to its Eoropean representative, the eagle owl; the upper parta being waved and mottled with black and browaiah red, the throat ia pare white, the roat of the nnder aurfhce ia marked by irmnmermble narrow transverse dosky barsV on a redish groond, color thinly Interaperaed with tbUte; beak aad claws dark cedish brown; oris, brightvorange; facial disc brown with a raaigia of bUck. MEWS AND miscellany. Pwragrapha to be Glanced Over. An isq^WHve iandlady, recently, on discovering that one of her boarders bad left, exclaimed, addressing her aervant girl- "Bless me, the gsnteel foreign pentlemao has gone away withont paying hia month’d XMud. and left his trunk with nothmg in it botbrielEa. I wooder bow be got them there r* The btrvant girl bqggested that be bad brought them op stairs in btr bat. An apothecary’s boy was Utely tent to leave at one house a box of pills, and at anotar six live fowls. ■MBHOVaI--ladMiUtear Oeoda. BaRT A H1CROÚX, njb Bavemmmmá trass te m—r at FiflB ste BsM strasU, t«te wmm sad spate* sMra rss^ II sB) BmI TrntOt tete, tela sad Syeatesa. where tey eOer for sale the it late BsBBer Ooede ever WoosBs te lete ■irrie.ead tepaBUe araeeaUy srala*» I I We < TBeIr IWmdsete ■irrie.ei Md Mead Mdexaadae tetri________________ MAKT A BIOKCOX, MVtW «eadyear'a Bev late RaBte W No WBaet Feanh streei, Mte ead gyieMers. 7Sl. M or LiouT—«0. a west foobtii BBBT.—BAKBR a VOM FHUL, MeaaMetaiar* i s er O* rutare» Lbm* ead iTuadetUrs mt evarr eadetyte. Otrradeles. Veeee, Bseaaee, T* Trsya, aad Faaar srtictaa.    ^ —ALBO— Apaata Mr te sale el wraasBt-Bea , St Ansdel- tee*    F*9">    'hoO* B^ sad pms stescs, si Oas Flpss Miredaesd threapB daeUiac», states, eaptesc aad asrtaan-IUM asaaaar. atjoweal ratee. Ac., ta s BÁICRR A VOW*FHPL. V OLQBBIA BTb^B^a BBTWBKN 5st£Krí:iüs2.*;^'2sí5acs^ eRy. The BesMs taraed eat st tBU aaUblMhMent, Bsve la Mas bw« yean. sdMhted as tka sckMatadssd eucd*d. BaasrMa da* mm tba a>Arl«M etera wlU    arte jqte. saaatlliig. Baarda. ebalr plaak gata.    [Juy-iaadA¿l_^    a L. Ol •dadly eoasMalac pseaUsr to mjTKD s^a BBtCi^r rumr-A »a« arteu, haBratha pa lie, « 2l iBa ad I'satste site aid aiylaa, alsB aUsss | Fot mUw vx ____ SOHR W BaNBAFORD. Drwastsi. ¡mau_Btaih    was!    «ansas    BiatB    aad    WaatSa R. Ah FIXTUHEé, OIL AND ^LÜfft LaIIP8:= Ww Wa aaw have aa baad aad are ratesiac iBa Mrcaat aad BMataasteteaSaak «f O**    OUaodallars,    LaMpa, Osraadaiaa. Ac .arar ateaU M ica Wte, to whieh wo woalj MteeteateaUee ot all latarasMd baMro parchsalt« tea. Wa asa at* te Uaaaral Wsatara Acaoto for tBa mM of btasBS aad Gas vreasbt bae pte> hrasa tabalng. Aa ^    OOODIN    A    itAHOli. aty> _ MiMsla    ssraaL IM ANUFAorLiRiU waaiBR* fIy R i>Rr Ut ,-1 bo sab jyM. sorlSats are Aganu for m-.m ml te Urgte Kaalars npa BaaaMatarar*. aad Sara raaataatiy m baad s fall sappty of te Bte Wr*gbt Iraa Btaaas sad O* Fipa, trmm $ laebaa la 1'sar - d<.wa M M—ablch wo sail at tba lowcat Pb ladal pBMStta*.    _    HaRKR    A    V»B    rUOL, >»1S    No    SB    Vaarth    airte.    araos    of    Walaat Gas AMi* a'iRAA FITTiaii.—uwlug to awr awapMM aad aziaaaiva arraag*m«»<s, aaMbtaad wttBlaad ««d aaaaaaatal eaparMaaa, «a are psopate m Bmsss O* aad BtaaM rtpas Mm iHraUtapa. A ar*, jarabee, Fa«t«riao Aa., ■ísssisrsKrnsíívfarwjss-h. tsB..wte Mate ysaa y   OOopllfJ J|4aOB, Abi DOMESTIC CORRESPONDENCE. L^rTRR PHOM THE OOUNTKY. East Faibfibld, O., Jane 16. Corraspoadaacc of tba D*Ily CelambiHD. Imagine yourself, on a lovely spring morning, just as the glorioas orb of day appears above the eastern horizon, a clear bine sky overhead, and the sparklin g dewdrops beapaagUng your pathway, as you stroll Abroad over eharming, glotsy-green landscapes, or Airt along a bluomlog, wild, wasdy dingle, vocal with the melodious sunga of birds, which shake the shimmering gsma of the moroiag from tbs young IBarasas they hop from branch to hr inch, in their innoceot, blrdiah glee—nay, enter this grand and holy temple of natare, at whose shrina the universe itself seems chanting one snblime, eternai hymn of Ooofaaed ou the way, he left the pills where the fowls slKMild have gone, mad the fowls at th* piU place. The folks who received the fowls were astoniahed at reading the acaompsnying directions, "Swallow one every two hours.” Jehu Baadolph once said " be expected to live to the time wbeo alavés iu VUginia would advertiae for ruBAway maaters, aa it took ait the cam te feed the hogs—ail the ho« to feed the negroes—and there was nothing left the plaaters.” We have great cApaeities for belief, bat the follow* tog fish story from the PajeUeviUe (Ark.) Indepen-dant, ia Jnat one grain beyond oar powers. It says: A ^mrt Wbm alBoe, some of our townsmen were «n* gaged in maUog a fish trap on the West Fork.— rbay needed a kw, ABd cat down a tree on the bank of A streAm, tor uie porpooe of getting it. Tha top hrannhaa af the tree fall into the watw with aacn vfoience, aa to kill a goodly lot of red-borse and aoekets that WBt* pnadng iB large nnmbera The water was but about eighteea incBes oeap, and our aportanaa had aa eaay time of srading in and biiog* ing the fbrtRltoaB prizes ashore. The Selma (Ala ) State Sentinel, ot the 30th nit., has the foUowlag abont " pecans” in Texas, and Uackberries and parsiounons in North Carolina:— The pecan crop is to Texas what the parslmmona I to North CaroliBa. This Spring lAe blackberry crop in the old North State has been most abundant, and sinco the prospects have been ao good for the ’aiaimona ia the foil, it is said there is more indepen-d«.Bce among the prople than ever was known before. The crop of pecans in Texas bids fair to be an abandaat one this tail, and the consequence Is, that Texas teela herself some now.” duaty-of age, and I scaflulding of the building now being erected on the corner of Main and Caurarioe streets, the other day, a brick came dowiL struck upon bis head, and broke in two. He was stiumed for a moment, but soon recovered sufficiently to gekoff the following, and leave those who had gatbere^round him in a roar of langfater— *I SM, you whita man, up dar, if you don't want yer brica broke, jes’ keep ’em off my head.” ” Mioi Laalle, in' her behavior book, gives the follow-ing advice to ladies when walking in the street. When three ladles are walking together, it is better for eae to keep in adranoe of the other two than for all three to persist in maiBtaining one nnbroken line. They canxiot all join in conversation without talking across each other—a thing that in doom or out of doom is awkward, ioooavenieut, angenteel, and abould always be avoided. Also three ladies walking abreast uoenpy two mooh of the pavement, and therefore ineoaunode other passengers. Three young men sometimes ioonge Moog the pavement arm in arm. i'hrse young gadlemem never do ao. The editor of a Newark paper says be witnessed the other day ooe of the most pitiable sights be ever gazed upon. Two women—* mother and daughter— were borne through the streets, iu the custody of a oaupM of officers, IB a beastly state of intoxication, haotiDg, yelling, and coming at everything around them; mdecd. they appeared perfectly frantic, and excited the pity of all who saw them. As it was af^ terwards ascertafoed, they were from the country, sBd had beooaae intoxicated at one of the lagar-beer saloons with which Newark abounds: when issning into the streets, they behaved so bototeroosly aa to reader their arreat a matter of necessity. A London paper gives the following account of the adventures of an ox. Be was being driven from Smithfleld to the alangbter house of a butcher in Long-acre, when be got on to the ceilar-flap of the Ship Tavern. Hanover court, Long-acie, the weight of the beest eanasd the fastening to give way.and down he went into tha oeliar, Soundering amongst the beer barrels and bottles of liquor, and, to inoreaae the terror of the inmates, the beast, no doubt alarmed at ita rraaition, oommeiiced a most terriflc Allowing. All efforts to get him out p roved ansvail-ing, and be bad to be slaughtered in the beer oeliar. SoBBWHAT Vbroant—A geotlemsn of our ao • qpainteooe, desiring some infonnation from a coan-try friend, by letter, wrote, paid the postage, and in-dosed a poet-office stamp for the reply. In due course of time be received an answer to his letter, poetags nnpaid, and the foUowing P. 8:—"1 am very mooh obliged for the little red pape» you ssnt ma^’ We bad Qsard of snch thipgs betore, but were in-ctedoloaa In this eass wwhad the best kind nf «y. the tetter lUaU.—ffcrfotk Hmatd. praise. Pictnre at your feet a glimmering, gargling little rill, as it leaps forth from the moss-fringed crevice of a shattered rook, and glides noiselessly awuy Over the biight pebbles to water the roots of the ornate and variegated wUdwood flowers which overhang and adorn its tiny margins. Stop for a moment; sit down opon this mossy old tronk, (and suoh mossl green as emerald, and soft as any velvet); sit here, and gaze in silent rapture at the scene; toe tender forest flowem that love se-clnsioa, and flourish in the shade, while the bright gleaming of the snmmer sun wonld dazzle their modest haauty aud wilt tbem to the earth; the pure white lilies—emblems of a spotless life; the meek, nodding violets; the creeping periwinkles, and the bright ulnsters of forget-me-not, and the g^y, blooming clumps of lady-shppers, lovingly intertwined and bowing gracefully over the pellacid waters of the little brook. And what music above! The mellitlaous voice of the thrash, the cheerful medley of the mocking-bird, and toe ohoral notes of other woodland vocalists in-nomenble, conspire to send a sabdaing thrill of holy rapture to the soul. And hark! toe joyous chatt er of the squirrel, as he ventures fgr out upon the swaying point of the topmost branch of that great beech tree, whose long and le^y arms almost sweep the blooming nondescripts tost spring untended from the virgin m>uli beneath. A little way below, the pare boaum of the placid brook is thickly strewn with toe snowy blossoms of the comas and the toom; great showers of. which are swept from the parent Stems at the pa^ug of every breeze. And every blossom, and every flower, seems full of fragrance; and all contribute odoriferous sceut to load the air with rich and rare perfume. “Tbura’* psrfsms In mrmrj wind— B Dtic is «TSI7 tras— Dews tor tbs Moistnre-4o*ioK flowsr*— SwssU Isr ths toiling bse.” Or, if yon will, let the time be the sultry, littless hour of noon. Yoa wander throngh the flelds, culling choice fl >vers and rare plants as you proceed until, liading the steady, vertical rays of the nooal day sun growing oppressive, you htstcn toward the Bearcat woodland glade, starting up from ths grass sayoupruceed aloug, the merry lark, who breaks the uuiversal silence by his shrill sung of gladuesa, Bs he gracefully perches himself, now upon the high eat picket of the fence', and now upon a tender shrub ora tall plaut, causiagitto bow and sway like the tall -nd slender sapling before a storm of wind. All is sileot in the grove, save toe low murmur of our own little rill. There ! a sportemao iu the distance has discharged his gun at au unlucky squirrel, or at some member of ths feathered tribe; and the pro» longed aad reverberating echoes roll sharply along toe teafy sides of the adjaoent billa. Again a Sabbath stillness reigns, and all natare seems to ba mute. Through a partial opening in the trees may be seen a puch of clear blue iky, and toe moisy, russet roo of a dilapidated schooLhoose, the sight of which (fo reasons readily campreheoded) brings an oppressive gush of sorrow and sadness to the heart. Ah, how many are ti be found here now of those who, with light and joyous hearts, and eparkiing eyes* aud glowing cheeks, and msrry footsteps, came here then? Few indeed; nay, not one! All. all are gone —flcattered and separated, never more to meet, and strangers flU their old familiar places. And there, in toe edge of the wood, where whilom stood toe simple pI«y-hoase,|wito roof of verdant boughs, and floor of toe cool, fellow earth, carpeted by tiny hands, with silky moss, so baautifal aud green—all, aU^iat- erstwhile met the giaddeoed eye of early ytSMx, is long since gone;—no vestlga mw remun s 'w mark the spot where once the play-house stood. "B« It a waaknte, U deaarvaa ■ema prataa. Wa Mva te pMr-BoiMa of oar wrijr dapa; TBa aoana is toaehlas, aad tBa Baarl ia atoaa That faaU aot at that aight: it taala at none ’’ On the brow of the bill, a few rods farther, completely enshrouded in the foliage of overhanging oaks, (whose great boughs have grown very perceptibly within toe past flfteen years,) steads the same cozj Uttte "meeting-honse;” thongb like ita neighbor and friend, the school-boose, it is much the worse for age, and exhibits many and grievons proofs of the rsvages of time. Still farther on, in the open qiace back of toe little church, ia the same grave- BOOK-KEEPING, OR THE RICH MAN IN SPITE OF ÍHM3ELF. Iu old times is was toe custom of the mer-cbantfl of New York to keep their accounts Iu pounds, shilliaga and p^nce currency. About flfty years ago a frugal. Industrious Sootoh merchaut, well known to the then small mercantile comm inity of fiat city, had, by dint ot fortunate commercial adventure and economy, been enabled to save something like four thonsand pounds ; a considerable sum of money at that period, and one which secun d to its possessor a degree of enviable independence. His places of business and residence were, as svas customary at that time, under the same roof. He had a clerk in his employment whose reputation &a an acoountant iuspired the uts most coufldence in his master, whose trngal habits be emulated with the true spirit aud feeling of a genuine Caledonian. It was usual for the accountant to make Runual balance sheet, for the inspection of the master, in order that be might see what hod been tbB proflts of his business of the last year. On thlÉtoccasion, the balance sheet showed to the ciMit of the bnsiness »ix thoumnd punuds, which-somewhat astonished the quiet, incredulous meirchaat. . "It canoa be,” said be. "you had better count up ageu. I danna think 1 ha’ had saeJprofitable a beesness as this represents.” ^ The clerk, with his usual patienee, re«.exam-ined the statement, and declared tout it was "a right,” and that he was willing to wager his salary upon iis correctness. The somewhat puzzled merchant scratched his head in surprise, and commenced adding up both sides of the account for himself. It proved right "I did na’ think,” said he, "that 1 was worth over four thousand ponnds; but ye ha made me a mu<:h richer man. Weel, weel, I may ha’ been mair successful than I had iho’t, and I’ll na’ quarrel with my sel’ for beiug worth - six thousand instead of four. At early candle-light the store was regularly closed by toe faithful accountant ; and as soon os be was gone, the 8orely-perplexe<l and incredulous merchant commenced the painful task of going over and examining toe aoconnts for himiteTf. Night after night did he labor in his solitary ooua-ting-room alone to look for the error ; but every examinatiou conflrmed the correctness of the clerk, until the old Scotchman began to believe it possiblf that he was really worth "six thou"and pounds.” Stimulated by this addition of his wealth, he' soop felt a desire to improve the condition of his household ; aud with that view, made purchase of new furniture, carpets, and other eleo ffauces, couslsteut with a mm po’sessing the arge fortune of six thousand pounds. Painters and carpenters were to work to w^ar duam and bnild up , and in a short time the gloomy-look-ing residence in Stone street was renovated to such a degree aa to attract the cariosity a^d envy of all his neighbors. The doubts of the old man would still, houever, obtrude themselves upon his mind ; and he determined once more to make a thorough investigation cfhU accounts. On a dark and stormy night he commenced his labors, with the patient, investigating spirit of a man determined to probe the matter to the bottom. It was past the hoar of midnigl«t; yet he had not been able to detect a fingle error ; bat still he went on. His heart beat high with hope, for he had nearly reached the end of his labors. A quick suspicion seized his mind as to one item in the account. Eureka I He had fbuud it. With the frenzy of a madman be drew his broad-brimmed white hat over his eyes, and rushed into the street. The rain and storm were nothing to him. He harried to the residence of his clerk in Wall street , reached the door, and seized the handle of the huge knocker, with which be rapped until the neigtnmrhood was roused with the load rap. T^e unfortunate clerk poked his head out of an upper wimlow, and demanded : "Who’s tbsre ?” "It’s me, you scoundrel!” eaid the frenzied merchant; "ye’ve added up the year of oar Lord among the pounds !” Such was tha fact. The addition of the year o‘ our Lord among toe items, had swelled the fortune of the merchant some two thousand pounds beyond the amonnt. THE MUSICAL EAR. Philosoph^-rs have not yet been able to ac count for a remarkable difterence among individuals as regards their perception of the rau-sical relations of sounds. Many persona without understanding anything of aoousiics, can still tell instantly whether various notes beard together in snccession, have the relation to each other which we eall musical, and which we kuow to 4^pend on the comparative numbers of beats iu a given time ; and there are others with an equally pertect sense of bearing, who can form no judgment on the subject. The former are said to have a musical ear, and tha latter to want it. Cultivation will raise mediocrity to considerable expertness, but cannot bestow the facnlty where it is absent. There yard, but, ah. not the same number of graves! A^ -^s a miscouception oa this subject, which is a toe glimmering be^t qaivera opou the palUhed mir -ble, it is easy to dteeorer that the grave<<stoaes are more numerous thin they were in long years past, and a meUnchoiy suspense is experienced by the foag abaent visitor, aa be raises the latch and eaters toe sacred lestiag place, to read who, among the oompanions of bis jontk, have already been singled oat by remorseless Death, and become the victims of toe Great Coniqaeror. Ifany familiar names are carved npon the atones, and among them one,the dearest fMend of yoath—a kindred spirit—and so late the blooming type of perfect manhood—now laid low in toe m>toer mold of the I >iiely grave. A silent tear drops “P"» ***“ mpV" mouud, and these ^l^atifal lines of an Amerusfip poet ere invulunUrily Ideated:    '    | "CIcMs b« th« tarf sbOT* thee. Friend ot my better dsye; None knew th* bat to -love thee. None nnmed thee bnt to prntM.” And at night! oh h>w baoutifa!, in the country, is a calm, serene sommer’s eve. To sit upon the wooden doorsstep,or upon the green bonk beneath the great willow that o’ershadows the spring, and listen to the joyous, mellow voice of the soag-tbrusb, con-tending with the modest nightingale in barmoni-008 and scarce unequal rivalry: to watch the mantle of grave night desoead,—the dusky, deepening twilight, as it gives to all surrounding tbingi a hue of grandeur and of beauty inexpressible. To see the stars, like liute lamps, shine out; (among them, perhaps, toe lamp of "Uncle Troe;”) and watch toe rising moon ; and mark the fleecy clouds ; and lose one’s self in silent, wUd, rhapsodic thought ; and, ]ike toe aged Ossian, in the funeral song of Conlath«-"hear the soond of days that are no more.” Bat I trespass npon Ume aud space,—toe latte yours, the former mine. You may bear from me auon.    F.    A. B. 8. All In a Life Time. A correspondent of the New York "Courier and Esquirer,” writing on a steamboat white on the Upper Mississippi, sketches the events of a life time as foliows: Among the many, many agreeable passengers on the "Sparhawk,” was Mr. Wkldo, of New York-a name known to all who have beeu interested in the success of the Fine Arts. In the evening of life, with gentle manner—with cuitivaled tsste—with facnlties bright, and nflnd actiFé—this dtetlngaished artist mate, with us, this piigrimsfe to the Upper Misma-sippi. To him a joontey of rtvtd interest, for he had been the companton aad fellow acholar of Fnltoo, whan togette* pureiied the stndtes of art uader the tnltiOB of Benjamin West. While engaged in the task of ths pslBtor,toe adad of Faltón was oceupied with the steam-engine. U was building in mental fabric, shaft, valve, oyliader, in bis brain, and he looked forward to a noble sncoess. He told Mr. Wftido that toe great tilu^h for him wonld be its use OB the MlMtsippi- There, he said, was tobe the scene of Ite^ictory. And it was reserved for Mr. Waldo to see in all Its glor^his trinmph of hia friend's genius, and to witness the zenith ot ita soo-ceas, which T'ldtoa’s life did not oompaas. Hon. Henry Raymond, of Hardwick, Masa, democTBtlo sraator from Worcester county. In the iegiatotore of 18M, died at bte rssldeooe on the flth instant, from injories laqtfTBd tn oonaeqneaoe of a fell from a ladder. CIT7 TRADE. S9*Qzosos WASkiiroTOM a»sailsi>'.—Kreu Washington had kla ensmlM sai oslamnlstors, bnt ho llrod thorn down. Hostettot’s Bittor* my b« l«ltetad, bat to t««t a good «rtleU, try tho genuino srtide, glorlono for te appoilto, stomntib, Ac^ Kortimer, Agent, 4 Weter Street. Sold by Hotel Ke-pers and Druggists. S£»*WoaTaToP wotE.—Is U a iect worthy of note that majybf the customere of Messrs, Moore A Checter hare pa troolxed them eonetantly for ths last nine or ten years. These gentlemen ha re a sulendld assortment of Tius of erety-^ varl--ty, at the corner of Seventh and Walnut. Sixth and Western Row, and S8 Lower Market street. S^Nkws rOR THE Laoibs.—Our lady friends should not &>rget the wonderfally low pricee et which Mr. Bachnan, SOS Fif.h street, northyide, Is selling lanoy and staple Dry Oonda* of mrefy rerlety. Nothing like It waa aver known in our city before; call and examine hia atock. before It la exhausted. «O'Air IxTERKSTiRo Fact—Oiir readers who deairo to procure good Daguerreotypes sh*uld eall at onoe on Mr-Hnghea, S2 Fifth street, north aide, three doors east of Wal-He is a very skillful artist, and a oourteoas, prompt and agreeable gentteman fo deal with. Try him. Fruits in Chili. Georgo B. Merwin, writing from the United States consnlate, in Chili, to CUeveland “Hemld,” gives the following Information abont fruit in that coon-try.    ^ Ths provine* of Valparaiso is aiioot one of the poorest in soil and productiona of «ny in the country; and the fruite, vegetablss, Ac., are mostly brooght from the guillotee valley, a distance of forty miles. We have now apples, sweet, which look exa< tly like the Newtown pippnis, lemons, oranges, flga, six kinds of pears,thfoe of blue plnms, (three of yellow and green,j^eaches, (six varieties,) melons, apri cots, nectarines, and all tbs vegetables we have at home. The fruits are pretty good—plnms very fine; cannot leam if they have the cnrculio in this country. The grape flourishes extraordinarily; immense viné yards in the interior. I notice in the market the white sweet water, the Portugal grape of commerce, and two varieties of pnrple, called Francisco grapes, because they came from California. I have seen bunches fifteen or e&hteen inches long, and six or eight across the shonlder, good, but not of high fls-vor; they make wine, one a light, and one kind quite like the Port. The grspe season, they say, will last two and a half months. We had strawberries from middle October to 1st Janoaiy. They are very large, equalling the largest Hovey; vines and leaves very large, flesh very firm, bnt notlthe high flavor. All the fruits want our hot son to bring ont toe flavor They have two kinds of cherries, early May and black, both good for nothing. No currants, gooseberries or raspberries. The rocks all about the city are covered with cactus, two varieties, purple and white, snap dragon, and a variety of smaller flowers and small shrubbery. I have noticed the lyjtato vine among the rest. THE BOOK TRADE. PAFRR, STATIONERY, BLaNK PBRBSES, ««. BOOffS, '.•OFTINO 'C. F. BRADtKY'* 00., No. t«7 Kain MrMt. In» '» at t(>iith>n of all who aiwlh want of aoTef tke ab»»war.lt‘f«. t« tWr larxe stock of    aad. nMiiaKife Biatloa0C.r and c»d» other article add bp tbc trade, which. In qnallt;. '.rfec ■ I  ......... I iiiia I be CurpMMd. ..... BcTnX books—All aicea, pattcracandatpM* of    . for mercbai.ts, b«tiha ofBori, ocmrta, cferki, aad te wcater and Sonthorn trndc.      .    .    ^ PAFRBS—Writinc, Drawlrw, Wrapptca, Ac.,«( dll klnd^: OOPTTNO PRRSSBS—B«»t rarietyevcr offerod. Manifold WRITERS—WrlU* letter andecpyat cam! time. ENVELOPES—lettaiA oard», Ao., plain and foncy. NO PAPltR-r    ■    ■ MM JnS2 For artlMa, CBffleeaia, Ae. Ivor» aar Gaee BAOLRT A CO., Jans' 147 Mala at TBACINO PAPI-- ______________ . CARDS—PUylDg. bunk, vudtiú Ivor» aarCaee. o. fTb Manofketnrtac Mtatloiiare. west aide, below Fanrtb. TOKMOINKBRS. RAILnOAD OONTRACTUBS. Wa inrite attention to our etyle of Monihl» and weekly raled. and wUk Time-books, made prfneed beadloRs. wholeaale and retail In22 le of good paper, neatly raled . flexible leather bindiar, Áe. all, by    C.    F. BRaDlBt For eale. «•CO., Stationara’ WareUoaae. 147 MhI' TO BANKERS.—A VBRYBUPERIOB ARTlvU.K OF SentiDg Wax, just reeelTOd ane for aaM by O. F. BBAIfLkY A CO.. Jn22    Banx    utid    Insurance    Stationers.    147    Hainet. P'^FrciTmI^tT^'ll the sizes úsiíally rmHp for sale tn this raackot can bo procnrod at tha Ststlonars' Warebonee of    C.    F.    BB    ADLRT    A    OO., Jb32    147    Mai-    ifreo*. STATlONRks' HARUWAkR—suchas nil -tioMi i>a-»r. Post Office and Dall»erx Boxea. Data Oalandara. Ac., oa hand and for sale br    C    F.    BKADLBT    A    CO., jn23    Wholesale and Retail BtaUo*ra, l«7 Mala at. ffelKW UOOIll!i—Second Sérica of Fa'S Leavea from iw Fanay’s Port KoUo; This, That and Tba Oikar, by Ml _________  ,    Uielory    ot    ibe Protastant Chnrcb In gungary_from tb- b^inninx of the rcfirtnafton ta 1890 by tha len Lonlsa Chondldr; Hungary from tb- bei Rot. J. Orafg, D. D. Heroes artd Martyrs Ol the Modorc Miaalonady Knte a reeor(Loftoeir llvee aad labore, A few oa inafy Knterprles' )Oj»*M oaly IcR af this valoablc and Intereeting work, whieh should be had by eyery frtend efthe “Mlssleaaar Kntorpriea " For Sale at 169 Main street, bet. Fonrtb and Pi^, 1^ i QOLUMBIAN STtaAM aiOB PRllVTI9i« -estabLiohmisnt, dOL»aiAit aviLDt»«. TRiRtaf.MaM.an. wAumy g v»a «hW B^UkllUai ÍI. BMMUMB- •Itrtt { t »nt, ar >'é toias ««*>•    ... Hi MATERIAL* ARE KMTIRftLY sviretad with graaieara, and of tba tateet dndgadat aaaVato* style. Fbe beet oTtfoTHRMM ara employed, astetkesdiaala prrparaf to oxaaata avary deeeripUon of    ^ Book, ^ob and Ornaxoental PrlntiMCe Ewum. jknL» uuB    Ol ttk BitiMeeaebta, ud cite «mmí tía A"" ta avuiartor autnnor and with the ptmoet dlapatrfo. Ot^ atoakdt FAJ'KB ANDi UABUB. ' —iySS eate; ie eeaopiete, and oompriaing a variad aaaortnMRt foiaatqdalWM. THM rOSVMiG OBFA»TMJB|IT. ofthls ofDea ta Inforlor tn R..na In the elty. andooBtpriaaa a fUl aosortntent ofte an<dWa*d laMot epcMMM* mi te iarg* ptal» and ornamental WOO0 TYPX aMnqfoetnrod. Thaeffiia la thaaafoM prepared to prfbti EVERY DESCRIPTION OF P08TIN6 BIllS BalRdfeg ~ 0IB0Ü8, CUKGEBT» ’ MENAGEBIE, STEAMBOAT, AUCTION BILLS, BILL9FOROOUlfTBT MERCHANTS, Ac., Ad. at the ahoHeMaotioa, and oa tetnoat roManaWal Bi^^artioalar attention glTon tm the axeention of : ^ke*’^aiee H., roTod BTBAfa MACHUTB PRE8«»9, we ara enabUd ta ffii te taiseeanrders at thaakar. jine 21 A. WATgON. AMUSEMENTS. MELODEOB HAT.t, Corner Fourth and Walnut. MAX ZORER’S Ethiopian Minstrels, ^ ZO R ER,... ........ BCnsJeal and Stmm kleii.izer THEPKüPRIETÓR respectfully annouDcea to the public that, owing to prerfous eniragements. there wifi be no perfoimauce In the Metodeoa on Monday nl;te.dUBC 19th, batonTUK:WAk NIUIIT. June 20, and eeety ereeing <lur-iDg tha week, as usual, with new Opera. DalladsTDanOfe, Burlesques, Ac.    ' d^tlbanraor performaace night]». *9-Admission, twenty-fl»e aenls.' m^t'or programme, see band-bUl.    inl9-lw SPIRITS OR NOT SPXRTRa? IS THE QUESTION! , xgr A DEEPLY' INTERESTING AND ASTONISHING BOOK—JUST PUBLISHBD. IN ONE VOLUME, ELEGANTLY ILLUSTEAl-ED. THE RAPPERS, OB TUB UYBTCQIKS* FALl.ikCrti5 ATTD ABBURniTlES or SPIRIT RAPPING, TABLE Wi*l»ING, AND EN-^    TRAHOBSEST. Ur A SxARCBXfe Arraa Txutii. Price-^Olotb, 76 cemtK. Pape». 60 eoata, This wwk is a strlktoB expoaition of the ao-oalled ‘Modern Splritnallsm.' In «II tu fornxs, troaa ‘rappUg’ up ta ‘elevated entrancements. ’ It ie the moet op portnna work thak has yet oppeared on the snbfeet. Tit > author «It* a graphM account o r hia visits to many private and public ‘spirit cueles and, altliiugli often times bamotoaa Iu his dcaeriptieds, ke reporU with great minateoess and fldellty all that he saw and heard, giving literally every srord alleged to bava boon rapped, tipped or ottered by spiriu, and leaving abenrdities and oontradlctloB. to apocar on the taeá ef te allagtid numl-feetaUaue tbemMlves.' The connection between Demmology, Witchcraft, and Modem Rptritnatiam, Ie eteoriy akown and a history of aucieot 'rappers’ given. The antbor also brings. gion of Chriet, and the low and pamioious religión ol rapper* t Is a Hook, in fact, which cannot fkll to command te appro-bation of all who are oppoeod to e;ril d^ui^* ^ Trade snppUed.    «    U.    B.    PBARdON A'OO. jnlX) _17 Kaet Fonrtb street WUUU U %IAr-Oorner orslxib Frank JOUNdON’U celebrated Urasi and Vinesta., Fhiladtlpbia, wUÍ give a grandVócal'añd^nttrumeniál Con^ oert on Friost Bvcmimg, June 23d. I83L Do re open at 73Í o’csoek to commence at o’clockr— Tickeu 60 cU.    21    tt Cincinnati RidingSchool SIXTH ST. B^WBSN MOUND AND PARK. BAIiOQ-S & FRET •OULD respectfully inform fhe ladies and gentlemoa ef Cincinnati that teir now and extensivo school contln-u ^ open for those d^ont of recnlring instrucaen in tiding, eonibined with swor^ laaco and pistol exercise. Honra for Oentlemen. from 6 to 8 o’clock, A. JI., and from' 5 to 8 (reiock, P. 3Í. "“^*6 ofeite: pTlf. ®    “ o'ctmck^. A. M.. aad from to lidl«”*’‘*^’'* »‘l«l»Ul«d dm ing tha hoars appropriated *“    prevlona to commencing, •ar Saddle horses to let. Horses kept on livery and '■•"«I-    mv6-lT source of mortiOcatioa to many on one side, "aad a cause of arrogance to many on the other. We hear it said, that the possession of a musical ear, or ibe power of distingaishing notes, is the indication of all the finer sensibil-itlea of the mind, while the want of proves an opposite deficiency and Shakspeare’s opinion of him "who has not music in bis soul,” is ofren triumphantly cited as applicable to all who wAnt the distinguishing ear. Now, in truth, many of those who signally excel aa musicians are deficient ia almost all else that humaniti^ reveres; while many who have no musical discrimioation arf otherwise examples of excellence, and may be exquisitely sensible to other beauties and harmonies of nature, even as regards sound. They áre not dead lor instance, to the music of spring, when all nature bursts iortb in voice of rejoicing; or to the awful music of storm. They feel the music of silence in a lone wood after being ac-oastom«d to the unceasing stir of multitndes ; OD of the stillness of night in a great city, where the astronomer, contemplating the wondrous spheres above, hears only the tongue of passing time in toe church-towers, or the call of watchmen faintly sounding in the distance. Many excellent poets have had no musical ear. Often the charm of music is as much from early associations as from peculiar aptitude in the individuals. The effects are well known of the Swiss airs, when beard by native Swiss iu foreign lands, and, indeed, of the national melodies of all countries; for it is not in nature, that at aby period of life, or in any clime, a man should csase to deem those modulations lovely v/hich in his infancy and childhood be learned from a mother’s voice : the mother whose affection waa so long around him as a shield,whose tears full to ohide bis errors, and to reward w here there was promise of virtue ; whose steady judgement was his guide, whose faultless life was bis example, Rpd who la all things to him was the personification of God’s go^ness, on earth. It is the prejaSice with respect to musical taste of which we are now speaki^iig, which in the present day, condemns many young women poisessed of every species of loveliness and talent except thatof "uote-dlstinguisbiag,’ to waste years of precious time iu au attempt to acquire this talent, in spite of natare ; a~ ' when they have succeeded as far as they c the^ have only the merit of being machín tbeir performance is still as little pleasiQg-true judges, as would be the attempt of a for eiguer, knowing ooly the alphabet of a iiaa-guage, to recite pieces of expressive poetry in that language. Suoh persons, when liberty comes to them with age or marriage, generally abandon the offensive occupation ; .but tyrant fashion will have their daugnters to run the same course. The waste of time now spoken of is only one of many evil consequences which arise from the previiling false notions with respect to mu-lo.__ Cork for a dry Couuu.— i'*ke of gum arable, half an ounce. Dissolve the gum first in warm water, squeeze in the juioe ot a lemou, tb^u add of paregoric two drachma ; syrup of squills, one drachm. Cork all in a bottle, and shake well. Take one teaspoonful when the cough is RRlblesome. ONDUN NKWK AND PUNCH, of Juna Sd,—BpUndid J ^ donhio nnmbers. cuntainlnir «fogant illnatiatiam of tba ] ombardmeiU of Od<!SMi, Hobastopol aud it* FortlQnitioB», eto., etc. • Bacoived Uila tUy at 17, Kast Fourth iljraol.^^___ jniiO     H.    B.    PBABBON    A    OO. LANK BOOKS, PAPKB, BNVBIXIPieB, Ac.. BYTnK qaanUtror retaiL—G. F. BRADLEY A CO.. 147 Main street, three doors below Fonrtk, iavlto ottetioa to tbeir lanrs stnek of Account Books, snitablo ibr Merchants, banks, public officoB, and others. Books made to pattern: Cards. Circnlars, Checks,«te., printed to order; Copying pre»8«<i, oamplete, at reduced pricco. Letter Paper, ruled and plain, at mlU prlea. Foq|iMi4U> Paper, all qnalltlos, ruled and plain; Note Papera, plain and foncy; Envelo*es,bnff, whita, blna, tece, and amboaoad; Hon> niag lei terS and note papers; a’so snrelopes; Partet'ollos with lock—soma extra fluiih. Ererv variety of Fanev BUi tonery. gold pons, backganuBoa boards,' cluissman, penknives, card easse, menioraadiim books. C I hCMtlUOliq pCIllkBl vt*g v*l %B    ••4KWZZA    WlraFmWa for 18M, notes, draft», xeceipt», bills of sxcbSBRa, bills oflsdiDg.drawUiR, colored Had tiasns    f>rders    reoelTS prompt atteaUoo.    C.    Fa    SRAPLlCY    Jk    tXs jnl7 MILLINKKY. BONNETS —iND— RIBBONS BELOW COST» MRS. RICH, FINOI^ her BXTKASIVB store and SHOW RuOM, too small for the eonvealenee of her Ten Thousand Customers; MüOHLÍRGE^R%reTu'r    BUSINESS    DEMAMDS She Will Sell From this Date Her large and varied stock. Below the First Cost, Preparatory to making snch ALnnxTioifs and Adoitionb to her tSTOKX, as the Accojsmodxtio» of the public requires. Ladies will find the assortment of CrkFe, Lace, Blond and other F Kaney Sommer Bonnet*. Superior to any other In Cincinnati, and at LESS THAN HALF PRICE. 5000 Soft Straw and Braid BONNETSj 3000 Piece* Bonnet, Cap, and Fancy TRIMMING RIBBONS, om 8 to ftO eents per yard. Together with a great va- >ty of FRENCH FLOWERS, .%4IH HUMEUFATUIO PAMIL.V AAW HuaUsU 1’A.THIC physician shoaldown a copy af the new work bv Dr. Teste of Parts, entlUed A HOME TREi Teste, “TL. ______ mothers and others who iiay siñné aUanUon to doaiestle saadl-elne.’’    (M. Y. Kvsatag Post. “Athorough work. Parents skonld bay and seiTU, and apply its teaching.”    [Herald ef Frssdem. ‘ -W hatever may be said of the mode of    treatl»g dtseaeee re commended in this book, it mnst bo arkoowtedgad that te advice in relation to prevention of dleeasrata kMby Jndi-clone ”    [Boatos    Jenmol. ‘■Whilo the science of Homnopatby baa steadly increased ta Influence, it hes won the e<q>ecial favor of mothere—not all, but many—who are anxious to inform themselvea to the at-. , moet concerning the nurture of tbeir oflbnrlng. The plan t t the book is admirable; what it saye ie said plainly and grace-fnlly; wbiU te dlreetiona eeem eo IndispenaeMe mat wa wonder hoe they have been fosa«o*-ae-i«iwp q-waek of tble kind hat lopg bam wanted.’J _[Buflalo    Kxprees.^ xjt QFixiOH rnox tkk oocxons. We tke undersigned, Homeopatble Physielans of dnein-nali, having examined Toste on the Di»eaaaaaf Cbfldran, ta ope volume duodecisao. «oold most eordlalta rooommaad it > our professional brethren thronghou’ the United States. The author posseeses an original a-d fndependotit mind: aad inthep esent work, has developed n^ reaonrcee in tba treatment of dise-ise. the value of some or which we have al-ready satl.factoriiy tested, tiiucinnati, Jnnel, 1864.    «    ™    _ K. C. WitHEiiiLi., M. Ü.,    T. A B. Bhxbmxit, M. D., Wm. Sturm, M. O.,    Jm*a GxBRBnon, M. D„ A, Whipplb. M. 1»..    **. D.. A. Bxdxx,K. D. BECBHTI,Y Ptr*LiaBKP. Dr. Pi; I.IB’S DOMESTIC PHYSICIAN, Sixteenth thou-md. I vol , 12mo , 91 60. Dr. rCLTE’d WOMAN’S MEDICAL GUIDE. SeMBd tbousar.d. 1 vol., 12mn. $1 Dr. CROSERIO’S MANUAL OF OBSTSRICS. Seeond tbonsaod. 1 vol. 12mo. 76 eente. Dr. RAPOC 0.\ TYPHOID FEVER. 1 vel. 12me., 6Acents. MOORE, ANDERSON, WILRTACU A KEYS, 28 West Fonrtb streoL Wholesale end Retail dealers in Medical and Mlscellsnsoua Books.    Jnau jxxna APPLKOXTB. 7 BAMPU. rUCKBXaBB, I At eqnallv low prices, to whieh the attention of tfao pablic is reapectfnlly invited. MR& K. M. RICH. 204 Fifth, between Khn and Plnm sts. w A li CONTINUED. DICKSON HAS CLOSED THE SPRING ^ CAMPAIGN. Hav^g had the pleasure of suit-y ing over 30,000 i l^V Patrons In tlielr Bonnets and Ribbons. HB BAS JUST RETURNED FROM THE EAST WITH A FRESB REVSTFORCEMEJSTT, Bmbrneing over y ONE THOUSAND Cases of Bonnets, OF EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY, AND A MAQNIFICENT STOCK RIBBONS. And better than all, owing to tha backward state of Trade Hiid Finances tn the Eastern citiee, be has honght hie present stock at about HALF PRICE! His effort has always been to takeadvantageof themarketa. thistime be has been PRE-EMINENTLY sneeeesful,enabling him to serve his cu-tomers with tha beet of goods, and a prices defying all ‘ COMPETITION. HE REQUESTS PARTICULAR NOTICE TO OVER Three Thonsana ENGLISH SOFT STRAWS, And a Spleodid Stock of Rich R .l B O N S . l>e{>end upon It, LiMlieSq that be can and will otter you the greateat    ^ INDUCEMENTS. AND DON’T TOU PURCHASE BEFORE LOOKING THROUGH HIS STOCK. wnolesalecaetomers Please make tbeir calis early ia the morning, us we are so crowded durine the day, that we can not wait ou them as we wish to do. HUaH DICKSON. my26c- td« Plfth tstreet, BBTWEEM Race AND ELM ^DlDcks AT WHOLESALE, —POk TBB— Spring Trade. All Styles and pricee to be fonnd at T. SMITH’S clock ESTABLISHMENT. I Zbab» nrra BTnxnT, oppositb thb nnn tnarl* «* wisn« «nnsa. FLOKIUA TUBAtXiU.—20 cases extra tine SpuiteU Fio Ida Tobacoo, (large and small cans) lost reoeiring b; ‘TKTTA KENNKYT A UUOL^Y^ No 12 Pablie lAndtn HOSTBTTER’S BITTERS —A ne popular .modioli ’joHN'W. HAMKAPORD; DriifwlsL ----------------- -----snpply of this mos popular mediolne In tbo world, for indigsstlon and Its attendant Ills, lust rsoelvad and fo^salajby Sonthwcat oomar Sixth and WqatarnRaw. teat BoUoa. wl>h an asanranca that the exaentioa wUI ba, bath ta etyl I and price, saiisfaetorv to all wao may be iHeamed ta patran aa tha COLUMBIAN JOB PRlWTIN&.QFFfdB^ UP ilNiBHfoOAROS arranrad witt tasM. and prtaiiS DoaaNewOkrdKaetalna. The Ite Jet BtaVkíiiad ^ qd Inkaare nsqd and aarranted not to rub off—froaa ttj*ia 96,00 itar Thowted. UUtt and sw Speirimr a at te S^AILY COLUMBIAN, Steam Oaxd and Job Offiea. ntyl*    NowOalnmblan    Baltffing.    3d    atpirt. PIANOS AND IdUSIC. fWf WK OPENED ON FRIDAY LAST f ■»• eaty flna Seven octave PiaHoa,| from tbe celebrated Pastnry ofU. Worceeter,* in rich loeewood ceses.    „ We have laag be* af thq opiaioa that'' thcee instromeats were superior to others of Hair Tark a^iActare, aad tfeOy oparienea coaviaeea * nqorataáy ttart, fc^sJl^yusBtlee oi a first ctasa Pla.«> Forte, tey rsiinti Stf etock^of Caiickerlng’s, Woodward A Brown’s and Wm^er B Fluioa Is »« y laige, aagd aeariy all ta moat •■•'i cellent caaee, bnt ge tbtnk oarlndacemeots to cash pnrehaa-ars. ase sticlt that a snperiar eryla of itwtrnascnt tai^ ba tfo-tsined for te eaoca smottn* of inpn* that would fornMgiy nnr-ehasea plain one.    COLBURN    A riBGD. Jn2()    164    Mala    rtraal. ^ WE EXPKOT TO CHANOte OPR location ia abont six weeks, and it beliw^^^^S|||MM radnce our stock as mnchas A 8 WE EXPECT TO CHANGE UUR iX locatlo deslrabtato    .    ^ sible for that pnraaae, Bargatas can ba madsU v w w ■ saAmbncy aavcd in tpc purcbaoe of new aad    ■ aecond-nand Pbmoe, Mcledeowa, Mraae taatraaaaata, Ifoflla. Ac.    COLBURN    A    FIELD, Jn29    164“    - !T(!>0ART pianos.—Wa have ontead a large etaok 4>f Piano* from tba abo íTTTTI qtoo. oelabrated asaanfsctory, consistitigexetñ»l««3 ly of fttU 7?f and 7 octave*. Th« charaetm of tb*sa in.trnments ia so well known Ihrt tt Is nsedlesa to sprafc in teir praise. Tbey-conthtaaaU tk* qnalttiee requisite for a first rale Piatie A large stock of second hand Pianos for sale vcsy l*w, t***e ot them vary fine onte. SMITH A NIXOM. Temporary Wareroems, ItuleMudence Hall, No. 66 Fearth riy opposite our regulsr street, nearfy opposite our regulsr bnslneas pki*. inE) 147 Main street, three Ststtoaars Warehouse, tree doors below Fonrtb. in every respect a baantifol instrument. The top has received some injury, and we are ant at about forty dollars less than it otnerwise t Elegant. Piano Fortea. W'taF UALLBTT. DAVIS A OO., Boston, Vr and BACON A BATBN. New kotk.— From tbe above named makers I have i*slv-)n^^^^^W ad oeveral now and very beesuiral stylrM ol u B S (I ■ Piano Fortes, which for brilBaney and pow»r“ “ I* • have aavar beee eqnailed by t^^var biougbt to this olty. A variety Carbsrt A Needham’s oalebrated Melodoano, for Parlor and Church. Second-hand Plnacs, vary low. Bliaet Masic and Mnslcal Merchandise. DAVID A. TRUAX, fnl9    No    6U west Fonrtb straet. M, BALLUAUBE A Cb.. »e«ean*a, mpoxxmna Ann nnAi.xxs lit Mnsicai Instruments, . 130 Wislnat-st, Bast side, bet. Sd and 4 h CINCINNATI, O. i* Aceordeons 4utd all kinds of Mnoical netOly repaired. ifm TUULIitnl’a Mtlfoli; U4IUR.-a collection of popata al made ia arigrtaal piet rvvkKBEBT IS TUB CASaPEST.—vhis is a tnrism I A, H. pounrokx { JOBX n. XTAJI. X that eannot be Assayed, and wa believe_____ one who patoonises J. H. DErRRS, the Fashlanable _ Boot Maikar. can daay R. Wbcn a man ntaa none taulha bast material, and employs none bnt tbe bast workman in tbe APPLEGATE * CO.. ooksellers. Publishers & Stationers, -4S Main afreet, CImaIbii^.    * We have, in addiuon to onr own valuable pabUeaneM. a large stock of tbe most desirablo Boidts published. 0*8ebool stock embraces all books of merit ased in tha Waot PAGED BLANK BOOKS, Mannfiu;tared of the best Linen Paper, in aay styla deslito. All orders promptly execnted. Tbe Trade snppUad oa te most Ubaraf terms.    ocU4 FANCY GOODS. Maiionic sad Odd Feliovg FURNISHING STOKE. WM. ADDN, BUth ntueet, Baeon’a BoíMÍM- ^ONSTANTLYob hand Masonic and Odd Pel- lows’ Regalia of every description. Also, a_^k_ Goods, such as WM W “^/V\ very extensive assortment of Fancy Goods, sucl Port Monias, Toys of all kinds, Cara Cases, Gold Silver Trimmings, Start, Bosttis, Penknives, Ac., for sale at tbe lowest prices. mar 22-Iy OMEKUHANl^ AND COÜNTKY Í)KÁLBfa6 Purchasers of PurunKr, PAXCT Aanonas aad Main-ciNKS, will please notice the bouse ot WM. M. KOHLfe CO, N. E.cor. FonrtJ» Kid Vina, street, it they wish to find a g eneral aasorment of every thing in the above line, at Philadelphia prices, which wa dra an bled to do by hnportlug goods ourselToa. In American Par fumery we have all the popular artic.ea of ths day, vis: Her rison’s Basiu’s, Hauel’a, Glenn’s, Wright’s, Colgate’s, Weth erell’s and others. Batchelor’s Basia’s, Uanel’s Christadoras, BrowM’a, Bogle’s. Ballald’s. Harrison’s. Phalon’s and other Hair Dvee. Meen Pan, Lilly White, and all popular powders. Jones’aad Howard’s Chemical Soaps.    ^ Lyon’s Kathairon, Phalon’s Invlgerator, Clierchngh’s Tri copheroQS, Rosemary. Ac, Polishing Powders for Jewelers and others; Sticking Gun for clerks, book-keepers, Ac.; Faber’s Pencils and Willstt’s Fens. Castile and Broun Windsor Soaps; Lyons’ Rat Pills and Roach Powd»*». Ac. Hair, Hat, NaU and Tooth Rr<»fios In grou variety. Porte Meoaiee, Parses, Wsllets. Money Bte, Ac. Fans of new patterns; A great variety of Fancy Arttctea. Lnben'sExtraoU and Cleavaris celebrated Seeps: Paydon’s and Kidder’s Indelible Inks, Medicines and Drugs of all kinds. WolPs Sebeidam Schnaps. Pen and Pocket Knivee at noannfaetnrer's prioas, wholesale and retail.    my* EXPRESSES United States Express Co., 8» Broadway N. Y. dk 11 B-XliLdSt. Unt^nanil. WILL forward packages daily to CLEVELAND, .SANDUSKY, • TOLEDO,    -f SAINT LOUIS. CHICAGO, BUFFALO, NEW YORK. BOSTON and PHILADELPHIA, and all the principal towns of the Unltod States, o/so CALI FOBNIA and BUROPB. SK ra»"”” “ JiSo. a“.'ViK«B .AtM. CARPENTER’S PATENT REVERTING ^FLHES FOR SAVtSG FUEL BfettinK of Stemm Boilers] g^BIOtC. from 960 to 91 29 far one BeUar, THOMaS “ At Harris<ii.**Bsto^^A Oa's Sptea WUt. lOt Walunt Mraa Olnelnaati, And at 126 Ttod ^aat, St. Latte St. Souls OffiM, at Oeodta A Tookar, 199 VMvd slNofc. H. S.LANOSBLfo ARont. axlldAtra nniAiiOri.—Largs safes and unall profits. JIU Cur sales of Pianos, in consequence of toe iaduocments we are offering, have been for larger than ever before, ana daring the last two weeks we have sold anont one third ot onr entire stack, but we ate again in receipt af a nnaabsr af invoices, and can offer a splendi d assoitment of all stylM, *wt priCca to koit every one. SMITH A NIXON, Indfpaadeaco Hall. No. 99 Foorth street, xsarlf oppBshta ear UBwq place ot bnsiness    Jel9 ' JlkáiNu' wit it i'ajÚkeÚ have Just received a very Bni _____ spme Piano from Boston, with large round dorners back and front, ilch moaMings, Ac.. '(pm* 9 919 B antborissd to sail It would be oflarad about forty___ oa that accomii. SMITH A NIXON, No. 65 sooth side ot Fanrtk straat, Jna 91    between    Walnut    aad    Vina    straat,    up    stairs. Ins trámente JanSl-ly. TUB UttsT MTUCH. or SBCoxn-llAJio PiAXoa lo the West. For sal* at No, <0 West Fourth street, by urn 6q VJ i). A. TBUAX, Prices Very ^ow. myVe 'pieeos. coBtiag 96, sold for on# A WA*^S01f H* Main street, bat. Fonrtb aad FUtk. BOOTS AND SHOES, I atndBmm^ v« that neBS^ «hlanablelg^ >aa Bonatauiba Unioti, sad makes every effort to get the latest statas aad all tha new improvemenis, it stands to reason that be leads tba van. He net only has his own ln<mltabla make bat alsa tba St) las of five of the best New York, Philadelphia and Boats* Btannfac oriea. His stock of Pnmp soled Boots, Pna PkHa-cetphia Sommer Boou, Patent Leather BooU and Shoes, Slippers, Ac.. Ac., should be examined by everybody wbo wonts !Ood work, at a tarr • rice. U's terms being CASH, enablae ilm to sell at reasonable prices. GaU and sea. at    J.    H.    DXTKB8, JnlT    No.ISI    malnstraoL ’ kTKWfo Fim ALA..—I won«i dssir» lo caU , . attention ot the citiaens and strangers In tba etty,] te an inspecttoi of my stock, consisting in part of— I _ FRENCH CALF SKIN BOOTS, sawed, pegged, and* ^ pnmp-soled, of five diflerent makee—all the moat ptMitar ta the Unkm. GLOVE EJD GAITER, the most comlortabta Shoo arar went.    ‘ PATENT LEATHER BOOTS, a fevorlta style. PATENT LEATHER AND CALF-SKIM WJJLKIMO SHOES. L01V SHOES, tamil rmrfmtimm. GENTS’ AND LADIES’ WALKING SLIPPERS. Jd6-c.    j.    U. DETEKS. Na. ISi Mata straaL £«l V. SLIELFRB Boot and shoe store, 4» aad 83 Lower Market between Sycamore and Broad-^ way, CineinnaU, Ohio. KEEPS THE BBSTofLadk Miaaess Boy’s and CnUdren’s Boou and Shoes of his •«* maki. and also from PhUadeiphla and Boston, of all oa*«a and siaee, nowhere to be besteq, east or west, at wbals . sale aad retail. Work warraaMd. Also, French calfskin* and *Ka Isatber. boot wte. laces, Ae.‘    sep28-tt PREMIUM BOUTS AND SUOBS. THOMAS SULlslTAJr. No. 10 Walnut strmt, ngpr Tkrrd. T'HE premium at the MECHAtuGS* FAIR wa* awaraed to h*m for t^ Btvle and «aaUty of bis Boo<s aad Shoe*. Ha Is still prsnar*d - m^vo «deri. which ba waTengag» to execnta, ta tbRS uior, as to qaality af feather, good fit awl wnrkmyiM*.  ■ TpisnUaliheaiik*-_marlfi-dta iñW BCX>T & SHOE STOBS. r ifDT, two doors below Broadway Hotel,| has resmiaed basiness at thts stand, I Mpaedway, o*d >«»P* constantly ________ Cefkaole Boots aud Quilted Botiocs, Fieneh paaali ____________Slaa. on hand, or makee to ordm.JH^^ J______  ,-Jlted    Batiocs.    Fieneh    panolag    Pi^ Morning Slippers ana Patent Leathm Shoes or every deaerlp* don. An experience of many years and tbe Iwrge teroaaaa he always received, are a sufficient guarantee for tbaH- perior qnallty of hi* work.    _    .    ,    _ French Over Gaiter*-a complete assortment always am DADZBS SBOBS. WH. RANDALL, 267 Western Row, • near George streot; Gaiters, Buskins, Sltapars, Ties, TuhUdren’s rhoes, Ac.. Ac.    _ SPRINfi STYLH—NOW OP G. KXjEHLER, ITS Main street b«t. Fonrtb and Fifth, Has last received a large lot of the bast French calf-skin and patent leather, aad is prepared to|M . make Boots, Shoes and Gaiters, in tbe most Approved ante and to siUt tbe most fltstidions.    marlRAMf HARDWARE. ^ DOOR PLATDS, MORRISON 4 CB0WTHEB8, > ^ No. Wftt FourthJSirtet, near Sattík «• Nbcom’t Smtt. /"«ONI^YaNTLT on hand andmaking tdordaeaivmy q*a- and number plates. Plated wRb tke bast ri>*et silver, and warrentai of snpartsr workmansb p, both aa ta beamy aud finish. —ALSO— X full asstHrtinent of Plain Shield, and Gfethle PiRire 3 ( Palls, Nnmbor Plato* for SteamboM Wtate ptetafo Carriage PUUoa, Chnrcb Pew Plata*/ Ac.. Ao. ' Bells hang and rgpaired.    ''    ^ •^Orders tram the cofmtry attvndad ta prostpttFi^R ^ l-y Elegant SKUsiSELife CAttraT.—i nave tor aalaa baaatlflai Brnseelis carpe*., made n« Isr donbta narlec 4k erdinary sisa. It i* a «apital altiela and oan_ba sqU_te.
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