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Bumll J" 0. wm be
rMg adth InUi thhlme: . ,
' "Here conies rarker, the Orson of panmis, a man
Wnoia the Chnrtu fLV? JLLM T
know MM- nil went '
a tMt union of lutel dimmt:
ft went a step further: wllBOUloonn or mm,
gs tvBnllT avijvwd he brtlevcd no n them;
Sua, baton, hecoald be iwfW iyr """"'yd, " '
from th.lr nrthodo kind d(.i h. dls-t,.d
The was hemr Wwe. vou Mroeinstor tl.o t'M
Or som-thing of the. ortl
mt. In bender times, brtinj Atnei.m grew, i
n flaw! ovntameo cia..-. m,""" "I ' " .
. .nil H 11 111 w I wa I. V.S "III I. HI,
ltB th. SaiB T .11.. ffw.i:w. AH a.- i.
or privately induing meeris simply that Hht
fir, bm granted o w, fr dMldlng on ytm.
And. In bender tl"n. lMl"t Ainei.m mw,
. - 1 1 .nlMlain . i Iff'.l.. artvate finttvm
Kit ear Tuo will have a great weight with the
OAA... I - '
1Vet mi with tror W-erat rhrtetiam: they bore
"VMth fliw-r-sl eourrtello. their chairs to the phor:
tht Braisiitt tnair worn mum - n -. i in 1 ......i
Bad natural proreea keep out of the Churrbf.
T I 1 I V.. 1 L.. thaw kail drawn tn nl i H 1 1
With tbe fast-rising tt(t U. keep out of their pale;
una lornisny uai
mil I. .. X I 1. .1 A IIim nl Ara hni.
'"".v" '""fri".' " .v ' .:u. ,...i,i h,. n ii-.tr
ABO same lulus, tun, tiwaiiiii --.
Sat ha tnr'iwd up hU bom a their niurninriag and
. . j ."?.'"'f,' i u., . d- da- their dammlni:
M by nr-v rd uim out ul Unir tliuroli, auu next
Tnrnad "nnd and dorlaml be had nay-r b--n In It
. .l - 1. Bm.u isr tha man wan too Me.
f or ho recka not thalr Iwlla, booka, aud cdU
lik a au who would atov treated
Ha don't look
SoiihrrailMB'iBOB'i head o'er tha leatureaof Eaba
.H bwlljiand bethwaeka .heni.-tnelr backa he a-
-Wlth the whole tree of knowledge torn up by the
Hla earn'ione with aatlre are plentlonaly ioouImhI.
Jknd h talka la one breath of Coufutiea, Vmti.
Jaek Bul'wuwn, Tetor the Hntnlt. 8tmp. Dalhau.
Cuab. Pitt (not the hnttomWaii, thai be'a no laitb 111 ,
jitm. llcook, Buak-epaare, taul, Tuota, Mouaienr
Aldeharan, Aliander, Ben Khorat, Ben Jvrnnn, ..
luoth, Hichter. Joa Hmithi father Fauk, Juiian Mo-
Muaul?Mttrtni, 'nin, at gooirionhj, ".. '
Maocabee, Marcabov, Mao Mac ah I UachiaYrlll,
Oondoroet, t cmut u'uraaTi Condor. Hay, UanganeUi,
Orion, G'Oonnoll. the ChoTallar U'O, ... .
(Whom the fnat nully apeaha of,) to ran, the (teat
iu k. uibim Af Innllar. MHrnjulaloiHii
Tor that of Jew Peter by ood llonil-h lira-i, '
WOt tnat 01 Jew reior oy luw nuoiinu i ib,-
f Vnn ma add fnr vouraelvea. for I nud It a bore.
All the nainee yon hare ever, or not, hoard bvforai
And when you ra done that why invent a few mure.)
ill hearers oan't tell you on Kunday lwurehand, ,
IX jn tlint iloj dlacourea they'll be Bibled or Ko-
Thatnll mon tuut ortuoduxlmay be lnpired:
' lorhe'i wHied the Idea (by hii martyrdom flred).
Thatnll mon luut onuonnaimoy ue in.inieu,
'Xatfthoub wtadomprolaiiewiih his creed he way
"tr. -b-u It nnlft.el..e what ha (Ziwm'l hallera In. 1
, W hile avine, who docry bun, think all Kiusdoni
Come , .
,1s a sort ule, kind of a, epoclee of Hum,
Of which, as it were, so to speak, not a crumb
unnH h. l.rt. Ifw. didn't ktsn carefullv mum,
And, to mace a clean brwaflt, tnat 'tie perfectly plain
That all kinds 01 wisdom are aowew uai proiano:
vnw pi. cimI than thl. muv be liffhtBr or dark'
Jiat in one thinj, 'tis clear, he has faith, namvly
And this la what make hint the crowd-drawing
pi-eacher, . - . . . .
There's a back -ground of god to each hard -working
flrerv word that he speaks ban been flcrlly furnnoed
n the blast of a life that ban struggled in aurnmi:
There he stands, looking more like a plowmau than
If not dreailfally awkward1, not graceful at leant,
Bit geMuree all downright aud same. If you will,
.n7hm,n.fl4tjMl llnhnall In hooina a drill.
periods Iftll ou you, etroae auer siroar,
0 blows of a lumberer fell ing an oak,
'With a preacher who. s mac
lankfnl to taie'et
of the held aud the
forget the mau wholly, 70
ABd to hear, rou'ro not oror.pnrxicniar wuence,
Almost Taylor's profusion, quite Latimer's sense.
[From Chambers' Journal.]
A Man of Moderate Independence-His
1 . My citsteoce, I am happy to say, has no
.' been whatany conscientious "gentleman con
nected with the press" would feel himself jum
tlfied in caUlnir ''checkered.'' ' I did not begin)
. lite as the heir to a dukedom, find myself at
twenty-one to hare been illegitimate, and
I eventually In a position to dictate to some
oonniar author, from the sick ward of a union
work-house, the interesting raw materials tot
. his nommUtU, "The Falling Btarj" ...Keithet
did I begin life a lad in the knife-house, am
, 'Crepiog up from high to higher,
, Y 1. .1 Become on lort one's crowning slope,
,, . The center of a ward' desire, ,1
. , And lit with aldermen to ovpe.
- Tha ti raver rrf mv pwdfather for me was like
'. Amir's, that I shouid have neither riches nor
poverty; be left me that much-Abused inherit
', ance which, to a reasonable man, is never
1 the best in the world,- since it enables him to
- purine all good objects for their owu sake a
moderate indepeudance," and I hare kept it
- ever stno
Hence, 0 reader, it is in tain to expect frout
jg comfortable quul either soaringnightsints
11 tha Kmrrvman. ( with a larere .) or down
". swoons into the Aysnis. ,. fknow no more of
palaces than i do of prisons; and yet I have
- Sad ray three "starting situations, too. Most
mortals who nave grown to oe men ana wo
, men have had some experience always after
" ward observable to their mind's eye in the
, level road of their existences, even if they be
1 but the being pitched out of a merry -go round
at fair, or the having proposals , of marriage
tendered to tnem uy a oiaca man; ana wu
sot 1 lite tue rest: ,
First, then, I have had the privilege of
holding a spiritual manifestation three dii
: riuet, or, at all events, separate gbbsts at the
. same time , aiiia uyeuouuai ujy way irom
Calais to Paris in the winter 1 of 1832.' Thjs
) boat, as it always does when I am in , it , (
'.' proof of my honest assertion that there ie
' nothing bout me unlike what belongs totliB
' majority of my ieltow-creatures)had made an
,, exceedingly bad passage, and I landed upon
' tire shores of France with a vacuum with me
.'. that I had yet no desire to replenish. Had
1 been otherwise there was very little time
. do it, for tba diligence, unlike myself; quite
, fall inside, was upon the point of starting,
' and 1 climbed up in a miserable condition ba
.! side the conductor. How he screamed, ges
. ticuiatea, ana cracaea nut prodigious whip
J ' like demon driver, it is not necessary, and
, . would be painful for me to describe. ' 1 1 tell
. asleep as soon as I could, and forgot bin),
' ' and when I woke again he was asleeu. too.
avnd the borsea were going at their own sweat
' will and pace, which latter is iu France a very
' moderate one. I felt coldand hungry nougb,
but yet so faint as not to seem equal to tlie
., (fect of waking the driver and urging himtp
uusu wh is uto iMMn Hj me uvjci rtttiu&iue 1I1U
' so faint, sodrowsv. that no earthlv thinnr. 'J
', laiuk, short of ad upset, could have roused
; aue up or awaaenea my interest.
' No earthly thine, nerhaos: but what
"'. that riuiniiig along the hwlao, on the top qf
r sue siue 01 me uuigencw ana yei liuie in
'' Advance, to as to turn back and look at it and
, me? That woke me soon enough, and most
" thoroughly. What business had Mary Boss,
' my HU4e ward, who bad lately been left a
widow, with two children, and whom I had
bidden good-by to only a few days before-r-,',
what busiuess, I say, bad she to be ruuning
atoo of a roadside bedre between Calais and
Varis at midnight, always keeping her head
turned round, and her eres fixed upon me? 1
There was not the least doubt of its being
Mary, aiibooirU 1 Aad ner 'seen ' ber witn
1 look of pain and entreaty un ha fitce before.
1 X am thankful to think that she never had to
ask anything, either for ' herself or otnarg,
,' twioe from. me. She never looked before her,
.1 but glided swrilly on along the hedge; ana
' 'when a gap or gate intervened, seemed to
luap it without any spring or unusual exer-
ntioo, W hen bar yes were not on mine, they
' were fixed ou one or, other ot' the two fore
, tv beels of the diligence; and, , presently.
1 leaned over to A what waa attraotiDtr her in
1 the 1 left-haud .one. Georgy , was ,here--
t)1lOrgT Howl, her eldest sou, revolt ing with
tit wheel, and mion, its run, dwaBueariug: and
coming up aguin as though he were bound to
,, jt, with bis white face, .upward . toward me
" And bfer, but With abut , oyeg, , Bar, brother
... Charlea wasontha other, wheal. 1 knew,
lr although, of coium, I could not see him; and.
..presently, upon the great eicntr . .front ai
where there was room fur four besides the
driver, there lay stretched m either aide
. we those, aauie two,, boy, , long whit
., Urcsues, wbicbsiinuauiey were dnad. noor
,t things, ss.it subnequKotly, turned utrwiglt
,( have been shrouds. . t hud acarealy time to
" out my hands out, rlalit and loft. And thronirh
each of these forme to hal the liare cushion of
,1 the saati when tba driver, with Burst qf
Ivnaoiss, woke and Utuad the noraaa, aallkig
them pigs and demons. Then tlita ehildren
ana their dear mother Tanisbed from my
v . r tj:i rtia nhliurmat'tc CV. M
to o-Jl iM-' pliilopopniml dieposi-
.1 ilmplf VJ?X&
HTurioui illwioB. prcxlccad f Dcmber 14,
by l.ng .d W.,, t . -
the morhinz u tuw iiik-hi,
won. bjr port tha Mry Rom And her two
children were dd of typhns f-rer. ' Myy,
letter said, "kentMluiig lor you, " iuu.
.1 1. ..m hr little ones, and
kiiwiiK11 t"i ' " . 1. 1-
.n WAn nnt nf the reach' of
earthly aid. Hh hereell w """T
them more than b hm boun. They U died
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ; .1 , 1 1 a 1 1 1111 nan uim
ghostly on although the lociihty was far
letter 'tM to B.h . .r ? "
theh ghroad to runs
?.. o... lohi-o that had been ATrfettT
trongliold in the time 01 top nru -partltad
allied out of it ;.t .the heafl 1 of
U. lr-hellT Babeateri, and Cromwell bad
gtormed it with his Ironside-, smiting Affag
that is to say, Itn then posMSsor, Kir Jasper
Seton bip and thigh. He wen cut to piece
in the great hall, which hi now the music
JL. 1 JL l h. d..a 1 knew its ahd the
clash of steel Is rtill to be heard there m
wild winter lBtdnighhj, Although I can not
ih.t T aver datevted it mrselL tor certain.
There were, howerer, the most lUTsUnoui
nightly sounds in that old house, whose lur
nitnre, though good nd costly, was through
out, from garret to still-room, exceedingly
I u inrlMtd. in anT dwell-
Kill: ll II L, immi " ' 1 w .
ing-house where Antiquity had it so much
h.. wn It was full of necessary and
unexpected flights of stain, of tortous paa-
, 1 1. . .itnm.v m anML and
sages, or long, uara, I"., j B ,'
especially full of lingering echoes, always
dTinir out nd neTer dead. 1 Nine-tenths of
the mysterioue noises came, of course, trom
lu. .on., unnam Vint whn made the other
VIII hhii, ' 1 . v... 1 ... . ,
tenth and set the noises going, was prob
lem not so easily solved, v no emptiou
t . intafnM . HVtirT II 1 1 1 1 i.iitia
uncarpetcd oak stairs in the aforesaid music
hall, was quite an open question! tor every
body agreed, though there were no potatoes
1.'. j hi that, was the oDeration
IV inr iuumu ' ' , , , 1 1 .
which the disturbance most reserauieu. u
mt !, rlmmhar door? Who rang
the drawing-room bells, when nothing was
wanted, and everybody had gone to bed T My
answer, on account of the philosophic char
actor of my nature, was always Rats, the
house so swarmed with them, that it might
! 1 . ii j t- 4 i.vrl "1'ha arma in
such of the chambers as were not. in constant
war ratxuLton ana moiQ-euteu. lilt
wai'nscoU were riddled by rata; and they
were only kept away from the provisions of
the household byarnt!tfttft''"ab,e
one modern, contrivance in Burlby Hall.
NnerthB osa. the 11 1 UlaCB W8B "IB V1J
home of Christmas hospitality, and had lor
mo, who Uia not care iur uu .
source of anuoyauce. 1 dare not mdulge m
two ui iur u"i . e'V.7 '. .. 1 hi
the morning, ana-,sieep-waiauii5 i i"i
for fear of being shot by Captain Seton, the
eldest son of Sir Arthur, who, engaged by
the state of torror in whicu vno leraaio por
tion of the domestics were plunged, peram
bulated the house at all hours with a revolver,
wherewith he had pledged himself tp put an
end to all disturbers of the household peace.
HiB Bisters being Betons, were, 01 wmw,
afraid of nothing; but I confess that for toy
part I did not like tbat six-rjarreiicu immo-
ment 01 ine young urajnua v ... -
nightly noises, however, were no wmi in
creased by this amateur watchman; and one
December night, when a grim nortb-eaater
was trying doors and windows from without,
and the rut were at work as usual with their
uialm uu-bi anil list-slinDers within, be
added considerably to the general tumult
by riuging a huge nana aiarin-Den wmuu
had had placed 111 his bed-room ill case ol
nd all the inmates o!
the mansion tlocnea to tue suuuuuua uocj
are gathered by the hivesman. We. found
the captain iu his dressing-gown in the een.
terof the western gallery, standing by ad
ugly mark in tbe paoneung, wmcu, ,uo ua
made with the muaale of his pistol. ' ' "
"Here ha is, cried he; ''the teuow went
through here, I'll take my oath I 1 heard him
i:,.i....P .t ttnnr and was out in a ml nnt
taking a snap-shot at him, but thr thirjg
missed fire." , , '.
"Heard whom? heard whonir' inquired
Sir Arthur ,1 '., ., , f '
"I don't know hoWhow should 17
plied the young man. "Perhaps a ghost,
if not, somebody who was never so near being
a ghost, I'll warrant him, as he was five
miuuteaback. I'll have this pane broken
iu. - No, lather, we'll not leave it till to-morrow,
if vou please; that's how these things
011 let's do it at once. ' There's a pickaxe
the stable-yard; go and fetch it, Thomas.
Ko the uickaxe was brought, nnaV-Sif
Arthur unwillingly assenting we broke u
iho liWk oak uauneline into ft nundre.
..iintoi-a and tJmn throucrli A thick stoni
wall, without a hineo Or entrance, as
seemed, of any kind W it, into a chamber,
the existence oi wnicn nt uunuu iuu
hud ever known. - A modern chamber
small aitting-roomi barely farnUhed witl
chairs and tables of a date of construction
later by At least two hUuurea years man any.
tha hnuaa.' czceut the patent saltt
iit ilian wan na windows to the room,
anymeansof inpTjssthatcooJd bA discovered,
aave that vorr iowrl. one of our own, I
not think that either ghost or bnrglar oould
have affected ns all more strangely than
ght of that untenanted ana uukuowu moar
ern room. ;lt is still to oe seen iu un w.m,
gallery of Burlby Hall, tlie sole approach
It lor so in oeuins win save ir ;c,ijuis
open between the aplinUred planks
Droaen gnonewora, uwoeau wwmu,.
The mystery concerning it and its occupants,
If anv ia still unsolved, and the rats make
just g much noise about the grand old place
as ever. - ' '
Galignanl's Rule for Predicting the
Ahonta vear ae-o we
nttachlug nrnch credit to It, an empirical robs
by which th weather might be predicted
with TOierame certainty aurinirioo isw. wu-ty-four
or twenty-live days of a month, from
that which prevailed during the former one,.
1 1118 rule IS now, nowevcr, again uruujjiu iup
ward with such additional arguments iu its I
favor as to induce ns to return to the subject
I, 41... U ,1. . 1 , . UuMHul H,-
IV alW31V19 Hl.l lb WHO uiw ......
mnud who discovered it in ail old tiuaniah
manuscript; he was struck with the great
number or observations rrom wnicn 11 nan
bscd deduced, extending over more than fifty
years, and resolved to verify it himself.-' The
result of his observation was so satisfactory.
that he soon got into the habit in Algeria ot
consulting the rule on all occasions when
some important military or agricultural oper
ation Was IQ COUVeuipusvluu. uioruiuuai
follows: "Eleven times out of twelve, the
weather will, during the ' whole lunation, be
the same as mat wnicn occurred on me niw
day of that moon, if on the sixth the weather
- .. ' .1.. HAL
was tue same as on toe nun. auu, nine
times out of twelve, the weather of the fourth
day will last throughout the moon, if the
sixth tains out lp We like the fourth." The
Marshal used to add six noura to tne bixuu
day betbro pronouuaing on the weather, in
order to make up for the daily retardation of
tha moon between two passages across the
maridian. , It is clear that thia rule mar not
be always applicable, there being nothing to
prevent tne sixtu uy uviu win uir
frairj the fourth and fifth. H. de
Oonlucfc. of Havre, hat Just published his
observation, continued for ten months, and
which nomnleteir connrm mo tuib. irtsnj
nemfi Uttunfft. -; " ' "' "
iiTm RffiAanM WHr JoPTAB WIS tjTBOB
kst MAU. "My son, hold op your head, stud
leu me wpp wh wv muw
"IJause thd whale couldn't hold him altar
he got hip down. ;- -;
A AlivB t6 ' Kctiro. Bri,'tlie prop
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fl. C, triad last wek for nurdaring eolorexl
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lars. Three hundred members of Paiaflsalilt
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rate pi interest.
Carti aad riftk
BWFcPaTp BOOTH AND SHOE,
A i dadles' Heeled Ualtera, ; i. . ,
. ,,(, liadiea' Heeled Buots, . ft , t , . . . i; ,
" ' Ladles' Heeled Slippers, ' ' ' '
'. ls' Sue sewed Calf Boot,' " ' 1 ' ' ' A
. u i . ...a , 1 1 1 1 .1 . . h.u.i. .na nnne..
flo to the D,iun Cheap HhoMtor., 170 I Htb-slre-'t,
between Elm and Bace. ' mym-aml
Ssfirls. RhelftJCorn, on ronaffiiimenf, at '''
l ' i ' i uVUl.. "I
1 nNUlB tHllllrWlU rAtl
Paper, and have on handa full aasortnisutof regular
sites and weight., WlikiB vra Invite IMS atasnsion
at xiaotwaM -.awm., '"S ,,., . ""'
I-.... i A ' B vas . . i
,.l.i . ' i
AUa. BIB and Sill Kaia-aUMt,
I ... I ,,. .,. , 1 1. .- 'I I'l
Tb attention of families Is now for th flrst tlm
publicly asked by the manufacturer to tneir new
style of .,; ... ' 1
; i Sewing Machine. 1
They bate submitted it t trial aud tb critical
judgment of the best mechanic and experts, by all
whom It has been conceded to b one of the y (
BEST MACHINES IN TUE MARKET !
Tbl Machine l now put before the poblioonlte
wn meiits, and will be found equal to th most e.
penslr machine, In all th following particular,
and In Hint respect altogether superior i
I. In simplicity of construction ana action i
l.-ln durability and nou
3. In the quality and amount
will do ia a atven time;
4. In th facility with which It will work on all
kind f fabrics, from th coarsest to tha finest
cloths and textures ;
6. In th ease with which one can learn to use It i
. Whil with cheapness, combined with excel
lence, and in th euao with which It run, It Is wlth-i
out a parallel ; (
7, -Oottou, silk and Hueu can 1 used from the
original spool.. . 1
Person In want of Marhluea are respectfully In-,
Tiled to call and examlno ours before purchasing'
Agents, traveling aud local, are wauted to sell this
mochlu thronghuut the United States.. , ,
MO. . . ' . .
-llablllty get out ot -
W. E. BRATyUN & CO., ;
COR. FOURTH AMD WAI.NTJT,
' mali' '". " CINCINNATI,' OHIO, j
CANDY I CANDY!
H; TV. CLARK,
; ., i . ,, (nCCBaPBTOMTBAgC.,:i. ...-, .
MJINUf JtCTURER ( WHOLESALE DEALER
. , IK- 1 i
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES, j
NO, 4.0 HAIN.8TKEET, CINCINNATI. Ok
I , . : . lmyl71
-iit vrrv B 9 . m n
. !,: yv jaisJcjK, 1 jLiv.i
, , . 1B4 J.rtl3.aejltir0., ' j
f AM RECEIVING OAItT, BY M.
FliKBo, th very newest tvlos of Bonxsrs, Itliv
bomb, Fracu AanricuL Fiowus, 'bii.db.mw
liars, Bi'BHBS, t. narea, biond liAcrB, btbaw jbiis
hinim, BoBur-tFBanMaud Millimbuy Uuoos,
.. '!u ( Wholesale and Retail, ' "
DiaJi ', . HO. 154 VIFTU-BTBEaVT.1
NISHIKIi UOtlDB, . ( - i; 11
. 10 WB8T FOURTH-STREET. . ,
gAMUBL G. WISOBiaSTEB, Cutter, apae-ay
' Family Work-Room. : : j
MISH. IU. E. Wlf-MAMS WOUtD REfi.
PECTfULhY Inmrm the ladles of Oiuolnuatl
and t ie puldlo generally, tnat sue uas epeneo a
FAMILY WOHK-ItOOM at the olhce of the Orovdi
A Baker Hewing Machine Company, Ko. ss west
rom th-Stl oet, Where Sll IS prepueii w manuuK. jure
jiidiea and Children' Undor Garmeuta, shirts, Bhirt
Bosoma and Tucked Skirts, which for durability ana
fomth-stioet, where she is prepared to manuracture
neatness are unsurpassed. . ' ' I
H. B. Particular attention paid to the manufactuts
Of Chlldreu' Clothing of every description. - i
( i maSO-tf ' 1 ' ' ' ' " ' I
A FRESH SUPPLY
.-r0- .1 .. . - ,
' ''. JUST BBCB1VUS at , .'.
:A.:'A.' KELLEY'S i
,, GIFT BOOK STORE, ".' '
. N. att Weat AotxrUx-Btroot,
' ' ' ' (Next to Dmlth A Klxoh' Hall.) "
A SPLENDID GIFT .WORTH FROM 00
J. .7 , , CENTS 10 MOO i .,
Given With ICtacb. JBooli Sold.
jLxxt Sooiascs ' ; '
Bold at th. lowest retail price, and mauy for lei
i 1 " OjXlC TB1AI. "i
will sailer all that the place to hoy Books I at
:.i ) . i: ....I "'A.A.-kMllliliKT'B
i i . (i...! ::i iGlftBookllstabllshraent,
tnaM ' i !. i' ' ' . Hoi t8 Wat JTourth-etreet.
CINCINNATI FUEL , COMPANY,
s: "u COAL-TAUD ANli OFFICE,
No. ioa TO. XMIRO-STB35BSTr.
Hartford City ,,
.:""' 'OOAIiS."1 '-
Dslltered at th. lowest msrkst rale;1,'' ' ''
swrorder solicited and proK
B.7y i ,i , W.M, ttU
reenis rulod 2, t, 6 and i to a ;h
iu. . ii . !.i maiI m .ml for
qua,.., " wi'SSu.V f u .THBMl.
,uet oi supelll
7 od7l Valuut-ati-eat.
liMMtBBaiaMB , . I
pupils 01 the 1) ilUlmruugh .iiual I,.) leg,, 1
Au.Mq.1'1). Jt'ceJv. ceu, 0(TTJ1MJ1I( Jb;
tili West Vourth-streatJ
tu'ii! " 1 r
Ei,l artlits tn. neat in .ii...ii,.
v. . n , i . , ... . r. ,h.f, an. nthffj dealer
W. Will fWII III f. ' - ,
el llxwltr. flafioa and ell-liu tuneo anw mpuiivu
lr. Musical lnstininenWtiililiigai hnll-nrti
aot but ir real a Flan. liaUl yoB aav. called
wniasd las lv
BftltTINO ft BTtO., hole Ago
No. iX W. i'li'tb-street, mi Plum
HALLSPATENf . "
i. , i . i .
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
1 n ... 1T Kaat CnlumbM-atrei
rilHB MOST REJUlABIiK FIRB
BntOLAR PHOOF BAt'Kit.-Tney nave g.
sBtlnfactlon hauaurother nowin uj-j.
-TZ"".,"'. , .nlTim..
sliow a single Instance whsrelu they har failed to
With thl UAs we challenge all oomwtltl", sj
being the l)el Fire front. Burglar Pjoot or l
itnrgiar rrooi now ni.ur. .n.i .i, -"vvr
any es1ahlllnnen m vn vnion, aim
A . ... r..r.i, tn h. ntti.r th. .uru of SS.UOII.
We are prepared to fnrnlsh a bettor bale, and at !
than any other manufacturer in tue. uulhi
Blates. . . . , ;-; . ,
necond-nann raiaaoi om.r 01...1. n.v
we reeuectnuiy inviio m pumii: w, wir nm
our stock before purohnalng alswner.
HALL. CARROLL & CO..
auli-ay ' ' Kos. Is and IT Kast Colnmbla-strcc
n.naak. .. , . 01. ajanjat,
M. H. COOK & CO.,
FB0PB1ST0BS Of ..,., ,
GREAT WESTERN PLANING MILL
BBTWBBN FIFTH AND btXT H-bTBEETB, IU'
, , r.,., ; OWKATI, OHIO,,,,.. , l 1
rl CONSEtllTBffCt! OFnATsNOKN.
TIllEhV abandoned building in the city, and
turned our attention to preparing
every description, we can eefel'
T?"i"?l 'L'..'"'L-.."'.r,.7.' i; h.s..as .t
dlstsuco nnsui panned. If equaled, by auy other slml
lar estaDlittmueni in vne
,.- ",.' "... '.?.-.,, vVa ar'all HearrlBtlona,
Hod laar. 01 nne nuiun, eiimn T , -le.s
price than it has ever been sold for lu this mar.
.j k..nnn h.nd .n awnrtment of Mahogany, Rose.
r yftlM ,nd oak Veneers. Also, l'lue Backlog
for Pictures add liOnKlng-Kinsee. . ,... .
1iSt'& v- ' 'V I1-' J-ft-i- jAVT-fa.U.iaj:.
II. I. ElilAS'S
",'.i,;' KGW WEOLK3ALJ0 ' J.,,..'
Watcli & Jewelry House
16 West Fourth-stret,:
TjmrHB CAN BB HAD EVERY AUTU I
V CLK Tappertaiuing to the buslneas. at a much I
nrlce. for OABH. than has ever before boon oSercg
lu this market.
GIVE B8 a Oitt,
And e fcr yourselves. ' ' '' " '
A. 0.' PAR11Y
Tin-plate and Sneet-lron Worke?
. Has removed to
A GENT FOB. STEWART' AIR-TIGHT
buinnier fcud Winter Ovokluf -itoije. AIsp But
for Cartel's FUterlng Bxlr-u.t, whr lt way lie an
-lobbUig doM With ironipiuM aVQ tJUspatch.
01110 WHITE SlJLPlim SPRllVGS.
Announcement of the1 Proprlcto
T 'irtl Ira situated n i
UTTT.I" ITtt B
mile, north of Columbus, the Capital at Ohlo.on llle
8cioto jtlver, ten miles from Delaware, Uvo. miles
from White Sulphur Station, on the 8prlngfleld,Mt.
I..wl. (I,tai Htatlon.ou tha.
ud Clevi'lriud Batlrond. 1 '
I Thonft Hprfnr will be bp!. fDfthfr recpptloti of -Til-
! ttrtKi frnm M niltll (t.tts)lMT' ..',-' i '
Th srtatnyiug exporionco 01 me paw w pctvHMi
au fully confirmed the highest cxpoctatioDa of the
proprietor, ud enoouragci him to pvraverv in bli
fforu to make thia neooud to do fclaoe in th couiitrt.
The large u umber of permaneut curoH which hate
been Affected eHtabliah beyond a doubt the ram and
valuable mtxHclmvl quant.! oi mew water. . nir
alterative, tonic and aperient prupertiea reuder the in
i i a Ui.. nrJj...,u,.u flu, Mvi. ftnliiira
lUaarOial Vl UI lllo'dK-- A. un ' tjaa.sv
hiteVilnhnr.The Ohalybeate.Tlie MaeneHiai
ThottalinjeOhalybeate, and the aiiriiigof Pure Wl
I no aaiuuu ,ju.i itom., ... -,..i
tci , are all withiu th lawu auu caaif
"..:v''..;: : HATHBi
Bathi'ns- here iiv tlie plan adopteil Is ' brought Into
fair competition with that at naturally warm and bet
j a. water, nmwu in n. un,u-.,, m
lug of run Wi
,ii r. ,l.t,i. (Mt
t , i i .1 .'
pipes, the heat not bolna raiaed hlghenoiulh tp pre
einirata its salts, is anplled to the Burface of the bath:
without the loasof any nf Its sallua Ingredlente. i I
The buildings are suoaUllUiU and oonvenieut. Tqe
grounds, embracing about ISO acres, divided ootweon
fawn and woodland, are tastefully laid o(f Into walk
-1 ud drives. , "' 'JL '
IA lKliBiUBArn. V iva, nan awi; uuiiii.uriiiii
stabllslied, couuecting the Spring with all part
I , i AIjivarr,'Wl tockedwithboret aad oartlagek,
I Is attached to the place. . , . I
"or further lpforuiatlon, lrrabgcmcnu for rooms,
t0.''PAli)BW WUtlONj jn.. Proprietor,', ,,';,!
, wuiu puipuur i-ii.i,t'uii-, ;
Biupiiur rosuinior, i
L & B. BRUCE,
Hiyeat Kallraad Car and Omnibus Man
rant twiual tu ityle, flnlih and duratdlltr, and at
IOW ptlW-, H M7 M yuituw . (i i,;
m Fourth-stcoot. bet
Uebindinx in Torf wjiw
( t v-i' o; CKOPPVR.
BRANCIIKK, NO. 8 KAfit
letweon Main auu Mycamore, jU
Don't Head This I
of Lobdon and Baltimoiw Hospitals, Where be
had mauyyear-! practica m so. iiuli
nereal diseases, but more recently ot Mux co, whet
such diseases are to be found in their rankest fori.
Vur u h practice mere, in pouue-.u,ii i,n
Don iNTOiillp, 1)B l.A6VAIuLUB. en. irft
most eminent phyriicTausTii Mexico and Spain, they
discoverod a remedy in On. of tlie Mexloan piaat,
and found only IB noutnera fueaieu, hi., i nwu, ,
if by magic, all th veuei eal talut frotn the systeia,
in the nrlmary or secondary Bum. Byphllls, in
worst stage, psrsuinently oiired iu a very snort tim,
rnd the uysteia taorouKnir cmaiweo mu iiim
f it had never been oontuilnatcd by that woi at
aU diseases, Byphllls. tjcrofula, Leprusy nd
kinds ot corruption oi t-ne oioou MU OI"r",w,w
skin removed permanently aad QulukW by thw
eriuiageut auu ainerui u.iHif.
No oneneed be reduced to a ekeletou, aud suSsr
one need be reuuoeo to a eaeieioy, . 5"""'
.1 inf.i,i.itiii.. .nil rnnueti in ui.
dollar, and stiU not cured. ,Dr. Calvin aUo heel;
Kinds of chronic disease with great success. Med
Iclue only to pay for, aa all disease an treated
or charge, exeept by special uoutract,. Persons
distance csu to tioat'jd by sending correct sute
meuts of their cases by letter, and ten .oelits
poutag. stamp.."' Jall ou or addnisa r. CALVI
U03 Vine-street, between lllb and hixth-strceto
CliuTlnuati, Ohio, Now Is the tluio-to-iiiorruir
be too late. 1 I u
ine uooior nas lovni.vw wiBuMwufi, .i,.-r,.,
can at all time ue lounu Sjiis hiuvci , ,
' . II I b f, n . , . i j . .
' ItiVs ZVtt tiUC-otlCCU ' .
J:'!'i .'''fmyatnyl" -j 'l '" ' "it
LANE 4. BOD LEY,
iuni ' '. 1 MAKUrAooaiaaiir ' kh j
. - ,
uuar- I ,' NO. B) WMI rnriB-Birticii,,
RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS
—AND— Cincinnati & Chicago
—AND— Cincinnati & Chicago RAILROADS.
NllH'CtiWaiAt KIR , . 1 (
INTIIANM'OIIH. TEKKK llAHTBa
1 8T. liOIIWc ,-), .J lAf AYKTTF, -..
SStKliBllBO. iai5!iIIOt. a,.,-..
Thma'dailT throoah li alns leave Sixth -street Depot
at A. tl. aan -Ji.in r. mi v r. i.
Through to Indianapolis without
Through to Indianapolis without Change of Cars.
' PirH raacffia. ' ' 1
AtKlehmond.wlth Cincinnati d Chlmm Ball.
road, f.T Andciwm and all po'"' on sn '"":
tslne Railroad lilne! Kokoma, Wanspiirt, Peru and
all points on ine vva"a.ii '"V7 "r" .i. ti..
At Indianapolis for Terra llante, Miittooh, Tana,
Bt. tKiolsand Illinois Central Railroad.
At liaiayeiie iit li.ii, iu., ivmu, ii,... i 1 -
ld. Faplea. Qnlucy, and Hannibal and 8t. Joseph
BaMroad. ' :','.'.. - Jia. ...
At umcago vor iwnw, , V, V. ,1 I
croane, Kt. paul, ITau-l ou uuiou, Bvoua i.ianu
IowaUlty. ... .. . .1
Tlw fl V: M.' Train lnke rltrect e'ct'otf at
fKiiansport with fioeansport, Peoria nd Jlnrllngton
Itallmad.for Oilman, 1.1 Paeo, PeoTla, Burllnirton,
ulucy, Qaleaburg, Unlena aud Dnnlelth, making th
TWENTY-FIVE ' MILES SHORTER
Til Alt Jl i vim." vv,, (
IOO MIkES SHORTER
For na I,nw ft nil Time AS Quick
as by any other Route. ... i
This l exclnsively a Western and Nrlb;7'""
a hlJiny-culllvated country, with nmneroua town
and village, It offers to patron more pleasant ailcom.
other Bout f?r the a Wa lr??i?ihathhi
w imi.w ---
uiodation for safety, comfort and interest than any
sure and apply at
for Through TkkeU or I
lMWalnut-streot, Ixitween Fourth and Fifth ,trets,
near Gibson Houea; . , i , .
North-emit corner Front and Broadway! :
Wet aide vlne-atrect, between Burnet Hons and
Cincinnati, HumlltoB and Dayton Depot, FIJI h and
. hiath allots. , JJ. at. MOB.KOW, - j
, , SuperlMtendant ,
rr. If. FHfP AM, Pweng Agent. :
, i ... ;1i , ., u f.i- nmuuinirera hv leaving
I "Lr .i,i,,nr th. Tlckut ofheea.
I " r -r : :, - ! W. H.BUtTH Agent,
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
lrO CHANGB OF CAI18 TO nUMANAP
Iw (liTis. at Ihloh nlaoo It unites with railroads
Ihr aad from all nolubl lu the Woet and, NoNU- est,
THBhS PASBKNQKE TBAlfia. , t ;
tear Olncinnatl dally from th foot of Mill and
rff.a,A.ivr.-CHI0AOO MAIt.-Arrlve at In4
diannpoll at 10-.47A. M.: Chicago at S P. M. I
1 1iS A. ff. Terre Haute and Lafayette Aecom.
mwlatlon-arrlves at Indianapolis at JW P- M.
O 1 . Vll I (.Al-U HArftftOfl.-n.m.e. a. uu-
anapoUs at 10:t6 P. it.l Chicago at 7 JO A. M. ; ' '
Sleeping Cars are attached to all night-trains on
this Hne? and. run through to Chicago .without
thl. line. and. run through to Chicago ,v
change of car' ..t.a.
asar-j,e sure yon are in in. ngn, - lJ
,n .urrliui rniir ticket, and ask for ticket vl
I I J ,n.l i n. M.I 1. ...
Fare the same, and time shorter than by any etht
route, ., . . iiin.i I
Hagmswen-fcnan xiiTougn.f t ' ,.J- ' 'in : K
TlfttlitloH TfCRKTM. good until used, can be oh.
tnlned at the ticket offlce, at Kpeucor II oose corner.
North-v,-est cornet of Broadway and Jfront;' Jo. l
Burnet Honwe corner; at tne wainuv-sinw nuiwoj
No. a BaHt l niru-sireei. nnu at vvm vun.., iim. u.
M in. on Frnnt-stroot, where all neoeasary informal.
lion can be had. .'''.' : ... . '.;,
(all for passenger at all hotels, and allputaofth I
city, by leaving address at either omco. I
apui . . .. h, . ." V- "vf." ,ct,'-m.. i
, i ,l l ai
—AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, APR1I. If).
ISfiO, trains will depart as follows : v i
..a l At . bvph VAa- liVnwi fiittle Miami De-
mit Connects via Columbus and Cleveland ; via CO-
11 ton avid
BXPREflS-Krwm littleMUrai o-
hunhns Ktaiit.i.rlllM and PittMbtirtT ! viht OOIUII) bU.
.s,mMihm unit Phtubinv: via Colunifiwi aud BeLlaix
O Aa 1TI.
f. KXPIfSHil tfrom Cfnciunatl. Ihiiri
Duytoh l)hpt)t-Fof lainiltun, Kichmond,
Logunaport, Dayton, Springfiold, Uf
idnoy, Lima. Fort Wayne, and Chicago: also Jbjr
Toledo, Detroit aid all point, in Canada. yV t
tana aud banduakv t t Hpringlield for
with Dayton ana fiitcmgan itoaa ior ir
m A. lU.-VTrnm tTlnrltinftH. IlftTi.ilton ftilf. Dft.
ton Accommodation for Hamilton and Way Bt
tlona ; connectt at Hamilton for Oxford, &c. 1
lOilO A. M. KXPE8S-From Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Day top Deput-rCmnecU Yia Coium.
bne and Bllali- (Wheallug) ; tia Oolumbua, OreHtv
line and Pitt-burg ; Via Commbni, StenbenTlUe and
Ult,.l.i..a. wl. nlnmltna nml il I nvp I siri A .
A lltn-UIRI ' ""I- V, 'ATI . a.
or vay un, opruig-
aiao at uayion iur
P.ii.t!roi Llttl. Miami IbdlMoioiii.
m, 'lutSeiila, stopping at Way stations.' - j
P. M. KXPltKM-Krom Cincinnati, Hani.
H a mil to 11 and Dayton Depot F
fluid, Urbana and Benfbntalno ;
! 4 P. "rom Little Miami Depot Aocommd
datlon, for Columbui, stopping at all Way Station! ;
A P. TH.
11 ion and Daytvp lep'tW Daytoaf
umana auu nttiimirjn.y ; km iiu;( 1 ini
Lima, Fort Wayne aud Chlrat(o: ahvo for Toledo,
Detroit and all point via Canada; connects via
Hamilton for Oxford, Richmond, LoganBport, Act
XI r IU. KArltKMO-r rum muw wibdii
Pit Connect via Columbus, Hteulxmville and Pitta
org i via tiiunbn,L'iuUfne and riHriburg: via
Columhufl and Bellaif (Wheeling) ; and Tia Colunl.
bus and ('levoland. 1
i j 1 SLKKrJBO-CArUI OK THIS TOA1KO I
' rof'all hiforuiatK'n iand through Jicket V!
.-hIv ... lh,iSM.. M,nth.eaat Corner of VTont and
Broadway l west side of Vliie-slreet. between ths
Poahidic and th Bnrte llou; Ko.'l Brnt
House; no. n uast Tuira-eireer ; niuviuiw, v.
pot, aud at the East front-street Depot. . 1 ''
in' l . 1 I . . . ..Luk Im iun ml.
1 llllll 1 1111 whuiivm Hw,,nif- -, -.
ntes lastar thau fHncluiiaH time'. fl.V . .
ti ,11 QUI, . T Li II l!lnn.l tS-l ba, A n.n, i
, .. r, ,v. aiiuuiiiui ui I... I-. .mm. .i
"Omnlbnse. call for passengers bwleavlng direction
at the Ticket Office.
RAILROADS! COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD.
BROAD GUAGE. CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT ORANGE OF CARS.
CouU t 41:1a A. 1
i:t.T ju.' ' x-t - . - - . -i
.Throe dally trftlni for ltonliTma at 4i33 A- .
sa r. m. aua otit -r. -i'l.
fliwd'DAjl'.1' i7AjtN. Wm'Vtt
,JL CKNNKd. Calrtj and.tJU lid
' T.- '' sL-.
y crams iur sjuiiiaviu
. One trala for Evausviile at 4l3S A.M.
" Tlie traipiTBWimeot at U liuiiuv ti. l efhS I
ttausa ana rfeorneaa, nannioni, vunry iiw
kuk; ati, tieutoana uairu uaaiampui, i icbspuj
M-tiilu,. uMfl Nfbw llrlaana. . 'B
One thrnugh train oa Sunday at S3S P. M: , I
I Beturnlng, fast lino leaves Kant Bt. Louis, HundaVi
excepted, at 7 A. . at., , arriving at vinclAnail I
Bipresa train leaves St. Louis dally at 6i40 P. 1
r f;or through
please apply al
eorner amus; rorin-wen oorner .rruu.
way; Hpeucor lloaa Uthca. and at Iba Uevot, cornn
W,ata;inuinnsllat9lSA A. M.r I
tickets to all point wves ana nvu u
lease apply at theolhos. Walnut-street Houiw,
i: Morth-woet corner jrruni
groanand kllU-atnet. Omnlhusee call Tur
U. W. WOODWABO.
8up.tlntend.ut Kuat.ru BlvialouJ
; Saddle, Trunk :; wad : Harness
10A nialB-atret, tfcre 4s Akav third
VtWr ON WANtt AND MAKE TO OB
IV PKR all kinds of Uorse, Trapulnxs. In Ibe IH
ami most suhsf Aiiltal uiauiier. Also, s
In ill i.l muutier. Ainu, a lai-an amioSt.
lent of Hoisc BlauHets, V IMPS, i;arpet and l.eltl le-l
Baas. Brlilln lllis, nuuuio Jiuoes, vuiiaes iinr-.i-jai
snle. feather). Mall Trunks, ripou, and a large
aortiueut beionalug to this Hue. Th 111 sell a wm k
tu ivweai, ,
'.''' D. 8. CARRICK.i',1
inule-ayl i ,
KlTTREDCrE 0 0
1 "' "134 WAIN-ST,, CIN.', O.'.
' S3 B, Charlra-st., Nwr Ovleanf, I,a.i
i',i ,.,..'.. i . .,' usronTaaS u. , ; , 1 ., ... .'
aunt sod pyrUiif Arp.Mtoii
,. ' ' 'AMI Prll.KBS M VKtWtB.-'
,T ' f '
iBCTperated 18l.-Phartejr etTsertwat,
Ch Capital Enlirgd Half Million
1 er uonarti
AOHNOY FHTABI.IHHICn'lN f'rJOS.
rlATf In iwiS, ant dating all preot looal
insurance roniminTes and afrem les In tha Insaranoa.
bu.lnes In tms city, 'inirry-nv. y-m. wm-.
her, combined with wealth eirperlewr. arjWr
nrlM .nit Ul,nmlltv. anneclallv command the ar.tne
Insurance Oompmiy to tba fevorabla
survivor and living pioneer of CI
writers of la.
- . h i tiKin . hv the Av.lna.at
Uhilllcotbe, April, W2, and amounted toilT,il M,
mostly paid prior In thirty days after the ftrn. -.
iiOtses paid in Cincinnati during tha past sl yean.
Cash Capital, : - i - $1,600,000!
Absolut and nnlmpnlred, with a swt urpia of
. siu.uii nr.
4 th r!&:'VIZ?uJr
QTeP $ioo,000 In Ohio Securities
FIB15 AND INLAND Ay,'AT.L0N',.S
Bisks accepted at terms conalstont with olve.
fair profits. Kspaclal attention given to Insur-
of DwcUiugs aud contenU for terni of on to
Application made to any duly authortrsurrat
proniplly attended to. By strict attention to a lell
prvuiii i7 v; worn. V. 1. Slnmnaiut la- enaoh-t
; offer both Indemnity tor tha past d neowrtr.
h. fntnns. Policies uamed without d.lay by ' .
C'ARTKtt cfc l-IWDBCX, Anns, ,
Ho. 40 Main-street, and Ko. m vin-i-
J. 3. TtOOKBR, Agent, fulton, ink Ward.
B.iUMII, Agent, OovlBgton, By.- t -mm t
C. P. Bu6llANAN. Newport, Ky. If 1
: ,1,. ,1 1 ' .' - " "4
National Insurance Company,
.i CINCINNATI, OHIO. -'
laianne, ioiuiiu iruuspuitauvu
.i and Fire Risks.
, taken at .cttbpot.juto-,
K. M; Smith, i
I'ha. L. Ittoore,
V. w. emirn
VI, ... 1 1 .nwiirlll.
J. L. Bvs. . Thos. K. Blags, Ilenryjcuis. i
, . - i JOUN BUBU011J.,a-rasiaens. .
H. C TJaNsa, Becretary.
OoS-bfrn ' r. A. EPmustAH, nurvwyor.
City Insurance Company
-:.': OF OINOINNATl, OHio.i , ;; , ,
ATri. ''to TUBtlO XA1SPJNO. BETWEEN
I", MAIN AND BxCAMOBJS. aistDuiiuu iw.
Capital 8k...- -
ii'n i ITire nod Mstrlne H.taxav-
TaJun at fair rate, loss eunltably adhojted; and
,,,l II V,.,.!!"""'""'.-! : -
, . t j..a,4,V. flnmnllnir
w BBlBtu Aiin ui aiiuo vvi-f-j
Diatctons-D. Binning, Joseph 0. Butler, B.m.
M . BiPWABnahK, Heeretary,
T. J. WeaTer, W.
Wn. P. Htbattom, rlurveyor.
Bishop, T. J. Wearer. W. B. mooree. j
j. uainea, u. w. '"TOJ S:
. fjenmer, a
'tm CJINCINTf ATI, :
i-.VFIf'E IS TftK HECOSD STORY OF
O No. 3 Front-streot, between Main and 8yc.
m::'T:. i. 1.1.1.. Vl. Inland and Katlna
Blnks at current rates of premium. , , ' S.
. iliosse fairly adjusted and promptly put,1w( j
W. C. Whitcher,
rr itiihrt I V. Ball, i " "j. w. r?nseri
" I - --. v wMLiAa- U II
Bobt. Mitchelii f.f JjU. K. 8
Bobt. Buchasan, . U. Jhaw,. i a., Ooo, 8jaU.
Wm.aWllew, Heth Evans,-! f. O. Jaal
David tlllMon, .1 II . Bsachgianni . . v.fi
.una. o ,in,...iii i
. Q. Isham. i-.
1, IIL-nAlM. litT
. it. T. r. SUUBl, s-rvwm-
Braraan Uobsb, Becrstary.'Mi i-
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
Vine and Baca, lleeidenoa o, M
twoen Walnut id , Vinfc Offica
mo v t. g-eiqpDii
''" '' "''eJ TPA.FT,i'"''V;,''',',,i';ti ;
;i I (Snccs6r to Enowlton A Taft,!
WTO. So WEST rOURTHT8TH,KFT, BE-
r 'TwuKBi WALNUT and YIKK,
at last just wruu tlie
. .1 1. ,lr4 ftxr In vxitl ths
have iona nooded
aoaea .f a, tlterlna nature j lnnammauoa oi .u.
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovaries, and the Urethra,
rrolapsus or suing oi sue n uwiii, . -iii.
ation, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; lu fret, wr'ect oure
js gunrantosd by the use of from two to nvebottle or
the Elixir, of any disease whatever of th Generally.
and Urinary Organsof msl or female, no matter of
how long standing. Price 1 per bottle.
, MADAMH KliLlS calls parttimlrsUtntloBft.tb
following Card of oaeof .tha.iaoat .romlojl iug-
glswofl WBciunaiii ci., i , h in u .,i;t i
HTV PmtHaanitlM Tmm jPatMeuMVf-: I
' "Wa, the undersigned, re not lu tho habrt er giv
ing our Badie to Patent Medicines; but knowln. elt
ine lieuy rnrnvissi sbh.si. mouu.ii" .v-",,'?-Uterine
Kllxlr, w. rtierlully reoommend It to all fa
males sulferinc from k'emam Siseaaes of any kind; It
Is purely vegetable, aud in no case can do lAlunri vm
say to all ,ti, , ahfyur Word fcr It, you U1 Ann !.
. v, niuiii viuaai-,
"Corner of Jflflh aud Baca street."
fain in' the Bret.Biik, Bide, or Limbs; poiighj,
Bilious Colic, Cn
raina in iu rioam, r,. umc vi jh-, v -i" ,
1-l.va.rtuinghkat. iSimriiltv nf Hreathlutf HoaJ
?0, UtHUWUVY, nWWH'Umi VHIwutV buvvhb-ib.-.,
ioua Colic. Oruuin Colic, Oripiu PtUaoX tha
Bowel. Pu.li.ee., Httipof, Xnftctlvlty. Lort of Appe
tite, and in Painful Meiwtruation It f a certain cvra,
aud given I mined Into relief. Iu apy of tbe abore din
Auua i will uTvtt rllAf in twntT mlnutea. and a aer
Oitaeut cure by tha use of two bottle. Oaly M ceota
per otlliy--o cnoup tnat every parson cau ae. i.
N. B.-t'or aal, b F. , UlLI.,.Druiigtit, corner
of Baca and Fifth-streets :! J.,5. 4,"h.i
fourth and Walnut; "CntB. JCM'rKlN CO.,
corner Vina and TourtuiJOHOlOi.gpff, corner
CO.. corner of Main aud Fourth. ud.gtADAMI
KLtIB,'144 Wt yxth-streat. 'l swp7-aF
(-"2 o. vr: BOWLER, U
vnsamaiui 1M vavpv
M. T&hCWV Or AlllltlliliNH.TOdlce, Ji IS
ice, nor- ia
Bixtb-slreet, betwen Main and VY slant,
"' ' ' ' lBuW-ml
- ..ij ,..i-i r, .. . I ii "
I,. ! i',...' .tnvuiie: ii-'-. en - fill ;un
, T"- spAiiDiwcrsr:::!
' unul -thij. .bi.a;l ,.5il . i'! If
liff !... i. . T.ii , I ...7 Hi I. I
TJ mending urullure, Toys, Orockery, Ulaas
(Vhriuik buti'l. h'o. 4s (Mar-eteeet, 1
s u, nrstuiiuf avu..
I ii.,-,..,! .t in i. Boa Mo.Aevn, New lork,
" i'.Mi.'iajl .
iPnt im fitr TAiileri In rHHtt roiitulntn fimr. eiNnl
f ftnd tWRlra dcmeirnr)airrtfnl- iitfikugraph Hbow
oard aotw u pawrl ua p4. da3l-ay
llsOAAlPIUCfsIi & CO.,
ANTJACTIHKIt! mif RAH.'MHBET
ami lli.liir Iron, flow vilalis, Haijioail ttiilk.
eto. . A Ins annuls v.r 11m saleut Iroawn ausr Malls.
Wnreriiouui, So. 1 Aast Heooud-auwt, Claniaaall
Ohio. . .
fytr-A" kml ItnSade tynrda!' M It iiiie.a;
W. BtJi.PWm,..',',"" ''" ' in" AH satuwiii "
uaiiiiwin w- Jiaiul'VVinyiir.