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A FAREWELL TO THE CITY.
1 -tat,. 4 ,hA Mill Me-eenTB ' Brtta
i iii u rr.i'il end tWl-d like or1sp TH.
il l K :'- wv C ureen ri" snlrage eseaee.
Hal tantalise my lyw
Tn. Mrdon flowers, and netted ll ties,
' Cuarou'' emaud by bkve end well.
. -to Him
I woo .u
Tbn kin iwi" tbyriuei lui
1 Hv sought the bdy aid o
' U .im Mlnirht rllft t b.dv Bide of 1
- And dreary drone the lab reus bees, i
Where thlo the beardod live-oaks stand;
Thre cool the sephvrs lie ft mt,
By green palmettos Idly frnnedi' ;
Bat ne'er iimm hVn to ns
That taints not 'mul the pray rrol cane;
And not Uoaer esbjUa its fir.uuh ,
Along tbe nor ), gloaming lane.
B! green the woods of 7PTe etn-toh,
Bnl loathsome reptiles cmwl below;
Id memory, greener wol nntstretrn,
Where sweetest flowers only blow.
And avsry half forgotten spot, 1
Hung round with mom'ry a eve'groen.
Com" gro ding on my Joying ,h,
With added balm and brightest iomOi
Till t endure the nllfrlm's thirst, '
Who on Sahara boi- to die,
Whllo tnocltlng str-aius the mirage sprenue
To tautallsa the blearing eye.
Com fortfc, rav iteMI thr flowing mane.
Mv noble pet! we're up and off.
Khali court me uroeio my uraiuw
. Where bus-to theesUeu
Adieu the city's drooping rbnns , -Itv
cankering care and tolling pains;
To dev 1 list at natures shrine.,
To prophet words and antUom .train,!
The Wheat Crop and the Wheat Midge.
The few wheat, fields that, wo bare seen In
this section'" of JUiiie look- fjxtremely well
,h. r.,r Tlmv Kra all of the snriutr wheat
variety, and were sowed rather lute. Whether
. tbey are deatiued to be all devoured, bv the
; "ml(llre', or "weevil." ns it is called, will soon
be utrrained. Hitherto this apparently in
significant insect hat baffled all the art and
Hktll of the firmer, and come off triumphant.
The variations in the temperature and mois
ture, and other conditions of the seasons have
had more or less' effect upon It. As the
weather has been wartn aud pleasant for the
last three or four weeKs, ana tuereiore tavor
able for the development of the crysalis in its
progress of changing to the perfect or fly
state, it would uot be surprising if there
should lie an abundance of them in onr wheat
, holds this season; and if so, will, as in years
past, do immense mischief.
The ria in a comDarntive sense, fairlv
driven our farmers from the field, and mil
lions and millions of dollars wouia not re
pair tbe damage they bave hitherto done, or
make good the losses tbey hare occasioned in
Maine alone. Thirty years ago, wheat was
among the surest and easiest crops our farm
ers could raise. Smut and rust were the only
enemies this- crop had to encounter. The
first was prevented by thoroughly cleanaing
the seed before sowing it, and the latter by
Kntrlnr'eai'lF. i . . ' I '
In some former numbers of our paper we
o-ave moat of the material facts which have
been discovered in regard to the natural uis
tnrv of this scouree to the wheat ciower,
accompanied with engravings illustrative oi
it rlifTnnt stages of crowth. As far as the
mere history or facts of the several changes
the midge undergoes, irom iue.esrK to me uy
it. the researches of those who have un-
Wmlion It have been rjrettv thorouirh. The
sum of it is, that the parent fly lays the egg
into the -bottom of the wbtat blougom thit
it there hatches a small worm, or maggot,
about the time the, kernel af the wheats get
intotb tails! state that this worm pumpc
OUt lllo-muK-mna picc.ui me acruci iot n.?
food, and thereby prevents its filling and ma
tnrinf that the worm, bavins got its growth.
either descends to the earth nd forms a cry
salis, or oftentimes remains in the chaff ol
the wheat and rolls itself, up Into a crysalU
state that it remains in this crysalis state in
the PTound. or in and among the chaff and
straw of the wheat, until the succeeding sea
rnn. when it comes out in the flr state and
commences deDositinz its eires in the blos
soming wheat as heretofore. Some say, how
ever, that the worm, or maggot, does not
form the crysalis, or "pupa," as it is called,
until the June- following, but remains in a
dormant condition until then. Whether il
. . dn-a or dons not. is not very material to tbe
nnention of its ravaees and the prevention of
t ietn. It has been found, we believe, to be
tbe case that they ore much more abundant
in a field of wheat sown on ground occupied
whaat the vear nrevious. .
We have never beard of auy experiments
triad nnon the soil with a view of destroying
the dormant worm, or crysalis, while it is in
the earth, and hardly know what course
could be pursued which would destroy or
r dislodge "thenv from their winter quarters.
' If it were ceftain th3t they bury themselves
not more than an lncn in aeptn, it is prooa
ble that burning the surface over might de
stroy some, if not all of them; but this would
inour heavy expense in many cases, and in
some locations be almost impossible.
With the exception of studying the changes
which this insect undergoes, and giving a
1 ' technical description of lta external uppear
ance and its distinctive marks, little has
been done. More time and research are re
quired in regard to it, in order to enable us
to war against it with more success than has
been hitherto had.
We ouzbt to know how low a temperatu:
the worm, or crysalis, can undergo and live.
We ought to know for a certainty whether
the worm, or maggot, can live on any other
..u-t !... u. ..: . nr...:nA ,:.
in other words, whether the instincts of the
parent fly direct it to deposit its eggs in airy
other plant than grain. Some eontend that
it is fouud in clover and some otber plants,
while others say that the clover worm
entirely different. We ought to know
whether the parent fly is capable of long
extended flights, or whether it is confined to
the immediate neighborhood ofiU birth. In
short, we ought to know many more of its
manners and customs, its likes and dislikes,
than wo now do, before we can be prepared
to wara or prevent its attacks successmiiy,
It is a battle with him for bread, and hith
erto "midge" has beaten us. Maine farmer.
OSAOE OftANOt ToPIABV WoRK-Althotlgh
every one is aware that no plant bears the
lltaar Wit, than tVia Ttcuiru fti-mirr ir.)
am surprised that it is so seldom used for the
decoration of formal or Italian gardens or
If due attention is given to summer prun
ing, which has tbe effect of checking tbe
otherwise rampant growth of this plant, the
finest effeou may be obtained. Last season,
while passing through the neatly kept grounds
of the editor of the llarlicuttuntt, the estima
ble proprietor asked me, in a jocular manner,
what I thought of that specimen of trte box,
I pointing to a beautiful verdant hemisphere
at the opposite side of the garden. After
, had expressed great admiration of it, he in
formed me that it was an osnge orange that
, , had bean but a very short time under treat
ment. He also informed me that he intended,
if possible, to surmount it with tbe figure
an eagle or bird, and the Ugt were then visi
ble tn the form ot two booois, wutcn naa been
allowed to grot from the apex of the globe.
i I merely mention this fact to show how
easily it can be brought into any desired
ehaptt, and to urge npoo your readers to ex
periment with iU it. in Oardtiuir't Monthly.
,-!. Stand ro TtattiNO Plaits A beautiful
stand for the erowth of trailing plants
, rooms, can be made la the following manner.
- Take a piece of wood which may be turned
, or carved to make it ornamental (or it may
have tbe bark on and Tarnished, or covered
over ny pasting on -mosses and lichens).
. ?Ucit upriicbk. and. from it extend three
. tieia wire, bent MdMwbat like the arms
of a ohaniieliep, from ach of which are sus
pended a, tolerably large oonch shell filled
with earth, in which flowers are planted.
The uppermost tier. of arm must be quite
short, and may be five in number. The next
' tier eeluw may be longer, ao as to extend
1 . beyond the upper one, while the lowest
must be still lunger. The shells may be
or bung on py small copper wire,
,( which may be pmW around each shell.
i will thus uot be'iaeoeesary to drill holes
toot shell -Weeded ewtng w1H answer
-i eteadef the wire." . -j ,
Gather up the Bones.
It was a or
ship load of bones human bones the bones
of the poor fellows who took part to the
memorable siege, of Heoastopol, pones : 01
VMnnhmAn. Gmrliahmen. and Italians, Dad
arrived at on Of our Eastern ports from the
Crimea. The mind naturally revolts as "
idea of employing these sad relioe of brave
soldisrs, or indeed of any, human beings, tor
the purpose. of, apiculture, and yet the fact
that we are enabled to record the importation
Of a carpi of bones, whether human of nU
mat, shouia ds natiea as an pmw e""
IlitKetn tha imntvarv hiu been the caMt
ship load after ship load bss left, out Shores
to fcrtalise the soils of England, while onr
own soils and crops have Been sunenng-. ns
this unpardonable drain of go large a pbrtior.
of one of onr most valuable fertilising mate
rials been checked at last, and have we deter
mined that henceforth (however chariubly
we may be disposed) England shall not bave
even a bone from us I Bncn were joyiut
tidings. " But why make such an adoabont
. tan iwinMr uifl inu-nmiK urinu iuuuiim.
lAit fVioift we hava not fmace in the briof
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article we purpose mailing to give you u.i
and satisfactory reply to your simple hawy;
We will give you afew hinU, however-j few
very brief ones which you can think over
at your leisure; and if your objections to
reading rename dooks on Bgricuivuii.usiui-
. f i i - ; r .. Viae
try are not mvincioie i,ii jwur iwhu,,j v
been prompted by a sincere desire to arrive
. t-il, l,v Tonv nnaaiblv nromnt TOO to
purchase, or borrow, or beg some good treat
! i . i MM it nvA Dnrf Avnr. and
ise on uuiitw, w 1.,
over again, until you are ae muiiim mvu
ti -with thA Alnhahet.
Bones, good sir, are every-wbere (at leag'.ln
all agricultural countries) rocognized as an
economical ana powenui mmun.
r,,r h annllnrl to ulmost everv kind of crop,
but more particularly as a dressing for grass
lands, and with deciaea oencni to raueuu
tvhnnt cmr. Bone manure is not, perhaps,
as actively stimulating as some others, bufcit
the trreat advantage of being both
certain and lasting. From four to eight years
is usually given to the period during wnicu
thnv art wii.il maraea ueuciib; uu, ua . u
known instances in which their advantages
were apparent for more than twenty years
after their application. .
Knnaa. when annlied in small quantities,
exercise a mechanical effect upon stiff soils.
n-h nh u vnrv henencial. ' inev renoer it
lighter and more open, givimr the atmoB-
p(;ere B chanca to peuctrate it more readily
an( impart its valuable fertilizing qualities to
it Besides a11 thisi thev P0MeM K1"1 ctt"
paclty for absorbing moisture from the at
mosphere aud holding it for the use of grow
There, friend, that will do for the present.
If nn .lmiht the correctness of what has
been stated, try a little experiment and sat-
isly yourseii. : watuer up mo uuuob wunu
l, i twuin lvinn- Hmtind vour rjremises from
time immemorial unsightly objects gather
them up, and be sure you do uot forget the
hnnan fit the two horses and one oow, which
He bleaching in the little wood at the lower
end of your farm; you know precisely where
r.ney are, tor you araggeu i-uo uww amujouo
Perhaps yon will remember it better if you
are reminded of the extraordinary number of
crows which fed upon the carcasses first, and
upon your corn atterwara. out no matter,
gather up all the bones you can find, and
manage to crusn mew, or nave lacucnimni,
Apply some of them to your pasture-land, at
the rate of thirty bushels to the acre. Dig
around that sickly-looking grape-vine in
front of your nouse, ana oury nan a ousuei
ot me nones a loot or so oeneaiu uie euriavv.
or so that the roots of the vine will find
them. When you put in your turnip crop,
mark off a small portion of it, and apply
bones there. If. after you have done this,
you have any left, put them on to a small
corner of your wheat ground, and when your
crops mature, compare the parts to which the
gatnerea dodos nave oeen appueu witu flow
to which none have been given; note care
fully whether your grape-vine has improved
In vigor ana proaucuveness, ana let ui nave
the results. . If thev aro favorable, we will
then endeavor to point out a method of pre
paring bones tor use, wnicu win renoer mem
more readily available bv the crops to which
you apply tbem, ana will save you toe lanor
crusninir inem. a. a.,
Farmer and yammer.
Knw to Watb Plants. As a rule water
should never be given until the further with
holding or it wouia oe aetnmontat to toe
plants.. Habitual watering does, In the ma
r . i ,t.- a piQna
loriljr Ul ettoce, uiuiq uoiui mim itwow. . icmm
left tn battle with drouth send their roots
deep down in search of moisture, and when
rain aoes come tney Denent more oy it man
tbose that bave una regular waterings an
along. If the ground is dug deeply and kept
in cood heart, plants that have once tot es
tablished will bear drouth for any length of
time, but things lately planted andtnat have
not bad time to "get hold," must be kept
supplied, or their beauty may vanish for
bait the season, auccuieni vegctaoies, too,
which ought to be kept growing quick,
must have abundance, and, of course, plants
in note must, of necessity, bave sutncient.
There are two important points to be at
tended to in giving water one is to expose
the water to the sun before using it, to ren
der it soft and warm, and the otber is to
give a thorough soaking at once, sufficient
to keep tbe ground moist a week. Suppos
ing the supply to be limited, but regular,
the best way of economizing both water and
time is to take the garden piece by piece,
watering each Diece thoroughly every even-
inar. and then besrinninz atrain as at first.
Floral norm ana Harden umae.
Prescription fob a Sknbational Poet.
Take a metre of your own invention, says
the Boston Fott, the more irregular and un
musical the better. Take a subject no body
ever thouirh of before. Let it be as dark.
dismal aud chaotic as possible. Put but one
person into the piece, or rather fragments
of a great many pieces. Let that person be
yourself variously represented as f. tgo. mot
mi. Now rave away like a bedlamite. Be
profane, obscure, blasphemous it may pass
for sublimity. Eulocize yourself. Patronize
the ocean. Prattle to the stars. Ridicule re
lic-inn. Hneer at virtue. Macrnifv W
Run a-muck at all that is sacred; and make
f-ourself generally ridiculous. If you are not
fnmous, tor your pains, you will at least
infamous, which, to you, will be precisely the
Wash Your Kudit Tkkss. The present
tbe time to cleanse all fruit trees that are
troubled with tbe moss or with insects.
Hake a good strong wash of soap-suds, and
with a swob of woolen rags give the body and
larve limbs of the trees a (rood washine.
After talis has been done, the bark of the
trees will put on a bright yellow-green look,
changed entirelv in ftDDearance to the eve.
the eeneral health of the tree being p-reatlv
improved. Potash, three pounds to a barrel
ot water, wm also make a good wash.
Wohti RsmMBSKiso. Professor Maury
says that an abuudant growth of sunflowers
was a perfect preventive of the fever
ague at the National Observatory. While
otber localities, unprotected by the sun.
flowers, were visited by the malaria,
Observatory enjoyed immunity from
disease. He thinks that the sunflower, in
rank growth, absorbs the malaria and purifies
Alois fob Aphis. A writer in the Cottagt
Gardner aays that four ounces of aloes
four ounces of soft-soap, dissolved In a gallon
of soft water, will kill all tbe species
unhides. Dip tbe shoots of infested trees
plauts into the wasn . you can, u
syringe them witn it.
Am At raoTionATi and DssisaB'-s Win.
3. D. Tamil's planing-mill and furniture-
rooms, at Clyde, in this State, were set
Are by his wife and burned, a few daye
The auectionate creature tuouirht her sriouse
was inside and would be roasted. He
however, and she is now in Jail-at
r remont, awaiting tnai.
,' Tbe wealth o( tbe United States is esti
mated at twelve thousand millions, which,
counting five persons to each family, would
give twenty-five hundred dollar to every
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nblio a owmplete newepaeer, Into whloh more mat
ter Is oondoueed than U oonUlaed In some dallies of
much greater preUnalona la else, and which they
rurnlah at a price that brings It within the feach of
every man and woman In Cincinnati, we are ahle to
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We' auk a fair compartoon of the Pams lth the
other papers ef this elty or of any other city, aud the
judgment of oar readers whether we do aot rarnlah
a paper equally attractive at one-hair, or le than
half the ceet of the other Cincinnati dallies, j
Taa Dailt Faaw, slnoa It came under the present
management, has increaaed rapidly In circulation,
and has now probably as large a circulation within
the city af Cincinnati ai any other Journal, and Is In.
creenlug at a rate equal to the most sanguine eipeo-
tatlona of its proprietors. ' ' ! '','
Proa lta large clrcuUtfon, and from its snw which
makes advert leemenU much more eonapienons than
they eaa be In the large papers, Tl Daut Psms
offers the most valuable advertising mediant In this
city. Its advertising hailnea bu largely increaaed,
and its oolumni are a reapectable exhibit of the hot).
neaa and enterprise of tb oity. Its columns an ea.
paclally looked to Ibr alarg euw of advert UetnenU of
"Wants" end "For Bale," and for Mrveate, etc.,
which Almost invariably bring prompt answers.
People who are out of employment, or who want
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, TbxOaxlt Pbxm has also a larger circulation In
rtovtngton and Newport than the aggregate of all the
other daoinnatl papers. "
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thmlllee. It Is very desirable to nave .
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BPALDIHO'B PBIPABCS OL01 '
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afford to be wlthoot It. It. la always ready aad w te
the stlcang polat. There Is bmger eeoosstty ft
llmetng chairs, splintered veneen, headless dells a
bwken cradles. It Is Jest the article for one, shell
and other ornamental work, so opelarwith leaJe
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valnableenalltlasef the best oabtnet-aiakeve' gin
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QldUB n owlU to LlbnrM u DOAOout,
..Btends PITCH IKS.
A.A.-..)nds AOCOBUICONa.., j--.., ; A . I
4 1. m.BUS LTTISHIiUnU..M.bI
S..-..D....xlendB DtocsaaitfTlrsOAass. p. I
tw.l-.M.nda IMAQICn...... ..I4
7....N..MDd. V.IW BHKAKAuao.M
A (I Mends ODN.H I'fM'KS
.... Mend 8 HO(IL-BO01!.S......,.8.
1U...I .......llOUtl- ' ' K A H I 1 1 ,M
II B Hand. KIII.IKH
ILHM.B..M..Bt.Dds KLBOvaioaL UacniNaa, ..11
14. A.....Jl.Dd. ABM C11AIHS .......:. .A.U
15. B. Heads BICKETY J-UBNITfjni-B M
16..-t,..lndi EKAHKtt BASULU,,, ..,.11 . ,!
l7.D..Meads DKMK8 ,D .Al
IS 0.Msnds OLO II ICS Q18
19..L..JHniU LUUSKNKD LIA VKH I, .!
.IT Mnrfa n.HAijiv.aKn rrainnu
aw.mends awi-PKA t Kite ,, x.
nende Atx kn-wokk,.
Meada sua E V - BOA In ..
,.MaDda PICTOBl FHAst
xteaas ssuni i ahiiub.
menu, f.nba.inu, ....
Mends SCHOOL rUBNTTDBE.,
Mende I'A rl KB-ei AUUB..
.steoae rAitiaa aaam.,..
.At. ad. OKI Ba ..
Mends TOW EL-BACK 8
.Mends WASH STANDS.,
.Meuds UALlitir huaao
..menas dauauaudioo puaavi
M.nds HAN HBUAEjO.,
...Mends BILI.IAKD TARLtS
..Mends BO -CASKS...,
..Mends BH DSH -HANDLES..
!... .Mends CA III N KTS,
s , Mnn. ijkii 11 1! r..
IS Mends CD I'BU A
.,m .M ends CD KTA I N ..
asH,w.,n HMeods tJAHtt.tB.
14 Msnri. CAniHES..
In unci 01.
r2.. Mends UUAKTS
7S Mands D1AKIES..
n.....II!.ud, WOKK -B'l'A N lS.........
;.......... Meod. DHAU(JUr-BUAltDS....
S0.....Mend. PI V A US..........
J M.nrt. DOCKS..
At Mrf. ITI.IITKH
V.mm.M.M..iU.UU. UliABDn Mt.-
tu...-.MDds K 1 I tS.,
l... Mend, TUft
W......Mnil ORGAN S..
M M.nrii PA NKI.S
nMnwwHdl VA I I tunB.M
um .uu Bl 11 il n'ja Dl'O
lOO...Jl.eBds WILLOW. WAUE.
BP kLSllO'l PBSPAB1D GLOB.
SOLD BT BTATI0MEB8.
BTALDIHO'S PBCPABED OLDB.
B014) BT PB0OO1BTB. ;
aTALDIRO'S PBKPABBD QLTJB.
' BPALDIHO'B PBEPABBD OLDB,
BOLD BT HABDWABB STOBEB.
' BFALD1 HOt-PBEPABBD OLDB,
BOLD BT BOCSB-F C BHIBHIMQ BTOBBB.
SPALDING'S PBKPABBD OLDB,
BOLD BT OO0MTBT MEBOUAMTBOEBEBALLT
HENRY C. 8PAIDISO & CO,
'48 (MsMlrasti Nee? York.
Address restomos, Bos Mo. ,OB. ;
, Fat ap laeaaaaeoatalalasallhat' Foejr, Blshle.
Twelve Don. each. A beautiful LJthorahl
Shew Oard eeoompaalee aaeh paofcase.
"FAWANfTFAOTlIRBD BT JOHN B. HTAB
1TB. BLER, of Mlllcrcbk fowu.hip, and not
ullArf h unw bpIIi-Ia In thn mHrk.t
ror aaie m
Quantity br ALBERT BOSS, Druggist,
, , South-west oornft- Omtralveuue and Eig
I Xi . ...
ii "'' ' M
KA .... .
L ! !n
H HI MM tl
EW STYLE '
: iHl' I
The attention of families la now for the first time
publicly eased by the manufacturers to their new
style ef ... ' '
''.!. Sewing Machine .
Thev have submitted It t trial end the rrltlcai
lodgment of the beat mechanics and expert, by all
of whom It has been oonoeded to be one 01 tuo i
BEST MACHINES IN TBE MARKET
This Machine Is now put before the anblio on Its
own merits, and will be found equal to the moat ex
pensive machines, In all tha following nartlenlars,
and in some respects altogeUMtr superior
1. In aimpltclty at construction and action J
.-lu durability and non-llabUlty to gel out of
orderi ' '
S. In the quality aud amount of wore: which It
will do tn a given time I
4,-Inthe fauillly with which It will work on all
kinds of fabrics, from the coarsest to the Bneal
oloths and textures 1 i,
A In the ease with which one can learn to use It
. While with cheapness, oombined with excel
louce, and in the eas with which It runs. It la with
out a parallel I
-Cotton, silk aud linen can be used front me
Persons tn want of Machines are respectfully ui.
vlted to call and examine ours before purchasing
. Agents, traveling aud local, are wanted to sell tbl
machine throughout th United BUtes.
W. E. BRAMAN & CO.,
MolorAeon X3vx.ll3. lues,
, COB. rOtKTH AND WAXNUT, ,
m3t ' '" , ' '' OIHOIHHATI. OHIO,
CELEBRATED, AM SUPERIOR
O O "V E
A N IJ
fTtHEY ARB EXTRA IN SIZB, AND OF
JL the most exquisite navor. no expeuiie or laoox
saved In getting them.up. ine oojeot waa to get up
At EXTRA AltTICLEI
. Which haa been successfully accomplished.
GIVE THEM ATRIAL SATISFACTION WARRANTED I
ROBERT ORR, Agent,
Jel-tf . Depot No. 11 West Fifth-street.
II. IV. OLAUK,
MANUFACTURER WHOLESALE DEALER
FINE AiU VLAAX IJAJXUIUS. . I
NO. 40 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI, O.
1 J mylTT
CINCINNATI FUEL COMPANY,
C0A1-IAED AND OFFICE,
No. IOS Ifi. THIRIJ-BTRKET.
I , .. aW sW.-aai-
Delivered at tbe lowest market rates.
sasrurders solicited and promptly executed. -ma'f-ay
W. M. HUBBELL. Secretary.
J. WEBB, Jit.,
I AM ItKOEIVrNG DAILT, BT EX.
PBKSS, the very ueweat styles of Bokmkts, Bia-
bonb, taaNca AanrioiAL , lowexs. uhilorxn's
Hats, Bubhxs, Cxafis, Blokd Lacis, Btxaw lam-
MLhOS, BOMNXT S XJLMKS and M1UUIXBS uoons.
Wholesale and Retail,
maM ' NO. 184 FIFTH-8TBERT.
134 MAIN-NT,, OIN., O.
KJTTREDGE Sc FOLSOM.
S3 St. Okarleswat., New Orlesues, Lsu
Csatia and hi pox-timr, -A-pparsttuat,
Aire niAtaas rw nuwrownsB.
II. P. EIsIAS'S
.' I .: MEW WHOLESALE .
Watch & Jewelry House,
16 West Fourth-street,
WwrllHIlE CAN B HAD ITBBT AUTf.
VI C'LK apperutnlng to the btuineas. at a muah
lass price, f
, for C ASH. thaa haa ever belora been ofterod
to this niaraei.
GITE UeJ A CAIiL,
And see for youraslvea.
. 1 s&a-i -v
I ':-fTlaftJ ' :Nl
uaniiH'B lieu anu nmm luunurvs
rtr wa.ea Jit ... -MM- J
I NILES WOVRB, (formerly Oeorge L. Banks,)
1-AO Eaet Beoolid-atlwet, Oiuolnuati.
DELLS K.KPTQONTANTLy ON HAND,
or made to order, of any else uu te 8,U00 nounda.
I anil In r.hkm.. a. wanted. Bvorv varletv of Braaa
I Work and Brass and Composition Castiugs made
I Oni.r. ailUUI IINU,1. VBUL.iI. II1DI.I mU'I ruc,v,
der, and every oeacrtptioa 01 rtukvueu wras. wara.
: IBON riPB AND i TUsGIb. , -
F.-vinnlar attention etven to bteamboat wora.
Iaa Wrought-lroa Piping aud Fluiugs put up; Staaat
and Water Oaugos. IVtallo Packing, WhUtles.
Blowers, Engine Bells, Be. Lager-beer Cocks
I SU otber varl.lli aifays on naua. " '
.,..1 iuvaa, f iai a, eawnaawH.!
;.M . " .v. -..-il V-WWWBXWIS;-! ..(WmA I
COLUMBUS AND XENIA
—AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
—AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON RAILROADS!
vN AND AFTJF.lt MONItAVr fjr,,
3 lSW, 'frafnii will ilnpart ns fi.l oyrs I , , J ,
a At Dveu vri4 from ninclnTiati HamJ
iltnn and Dayton Depoe-Ker ITialitoe, lUchmond,'
Indianapolis. Log"ii'rt. Dayton, Ac i . , .
TiUO A.JH.r tXPRJSfHH-Kroin Little Miami
D?P.S, tniivA Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton,
DiKl-Connct ,, Oolnmtm" and Clevolatifl i Via
i i i 1IHI plttMhrt VIA Columbus
Steub.nvflle and iPUtebijrir vlS,um,wu5l;!I
and Bemvori; and via tJclnrnMiii, Bi lall ana PlttS".
hnrai also forHprinrflold and Delawar ' I "
Bamlllon an) Daytxti Dpot-Ajfo C;nnects at 1T
ton for Sorlnerllil, Urban and Bandneltyi and with
tl.-t..B ..i U.A Sir Tntv. PimiA. 8 dnnV.
Lima, Port Wayne and Chicago. Alan for Toledo,
8 A. M.-Pn.m Cincinnati, Ilamlllovl Snd Pay-
ton Depot aeuuniimatatran mr Hamilton ana way
ttt-tlnn- , .nr. .1. . Il...llt- fnr flvfnrH. A,1.
ID A.M. JXPHF.8Hronl Mttle Sliami im
not tnnnflct vl- t:nlft.ht,a &nil Blatr and rlen-
wool: via Oolnmbns. Belalr and Pittsburg! via
Oulumbua. Cn-itliBo andPittalmrg, and via ll"n'
uu, aim uiu.riBim. . , ,'J. ,
!io r. m. K A fit E S M From ymcinnnii,
iiitun and uavfon i-rtror Dayrnu, nprins-
Held, Urbwtnii find BeUttfuntA.M t al at Havton fut
VoiuniDiui: connvcut ti iiKmut,
infilaoapcilli and all poUita Went.
P. M-'-Frotn Oirictntiftttl itstinllton nd
Day tun Dfrx't Kf.r Hum iltnn mnd aU Way Btatioiii;
conuocu at Hamilton for Oxford, Stc - ,
4 P. M. Kroio l.Htlft Miami IMpot AcertmmfJ-
dtttlun Tor uoitiniDUi, stopping i ru way Htaviont
nn tor Rnrlriirflrtlfi.
n i", im, r rom IiITTIV nismi itm)t. ad
datton for Xenfn, utorplng at Way H tat font. ,
m, jcxriiKfl'T-rTom vtoaanuaTi nam
It tin ntiil
ad Duytun Dopot For 'Dm ton, eprinpneiu
!rhTttk inrl Raiti(aiiakt7 ! for TrOV.
Jin a, Fvirt Wayu hu4 (Jbhmjio; alio for Toledo,
ntralt atut Mil
anmiou for n..iiifnniui uuKtt"inir., nu, ,
IIP. M. KXPIlE?rt-Froni Little Miami T-
wafit-eTnnnnAtat visa I 'itlnin hrawi NUilIIMnmiA ntlll flltl
iVTsva! vlav nnliinihilti. I ?rnett HtlA ailfl Pitblllllrsf 1 TlB
C?olmibut and UteTelRnd: via Columbus, Bolalr and
Banwood; and Tla Uo.uinoua, iatraua rituuurg.
iLEKPINQ-CAHti OH TBtB TBA1M
For fclt Information and Thronffb Tlckcti pIpam
apply at the Ollluett. aoutb-eaHt corner of Front And
farnasiuriLVt wont mrln nfif VitiA-atroot. betvrMn th
Potitofflco and tha Burnet llonffe; No. 1 Bnrnot
Uoqm; No. 5 Kat Thtrd-streeti Sixth-ftrwl Da-
pot, aud at thn East Front-strtwt Do pot, i
Traiim nin by OolnrnhnM tlmi, vbicta is Mren ml
ate faawrtbati Cincinnati ttni.1 " i -
P. W. HTUADKU. Ituinral Tlcltt AsWtlt.
OmblbufieH call for patwugera by, leaving dlrectlooi I
at thn Tirknt. nmv. " 1 ! an30 I
COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860.
OHO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD.
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
TWO PAI1T TRAINS FOR TIN.
CEKNEj. Cairo and tit. Lout at 4i!5 A. M.
m.A ft.' tt M
i nree aaliy trains lor uouuviue ai eisu m. jn,.i
S P. M. and a33 P. M
... . ... . u
yne train tor ajvuuuviiie a. .a. ...
The trains ounuect at St. Loan fur air point" In
VTunaa .nA N(.V,ru.kfl. Hnnnll)al. Olllnrv and Kao.
kuk; atnt. Louie and Cairo for Memphis, Vlckjburg
umcuw uu new vricaus. . . ,- ,
Una through train on aunitay at r. m.
Ketnriiinir. fast line leaves East St. Lonls. bunduyt
exaeptod. u f A. M., arriving at Cincinnati at
lOO r. ox. ..-(
Kxnreas train leases Bt. Lonls
ireas train leaves Bt. LodIk dally at 1
i rao p. m.
arrlvlDI at Cincinnati at 73V A.m.
For turoncb tickets to an points wees ana douio
at the officoa: WaluiUtreet Uonae, be
tween Bixth and 8eventh.straete; No. 1 Burnet Hone
rnrnar nfflRa-. North. weet corner Front and Broad
way; a-pencer nutu. vuiue, main n in wd.'., wuauw
LlU'Streets. vtuuiuunee vau lor phmii
CINCINNATI, RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS
Cincinnati & Chicago
Cincinnati & Chicago RAILROADS.
riKEAT THROUGH IfOTJTK TO THB
BT, LOU1B, . LAF A YBTTE, , 1
, ChlCAOy, : , , LOOANSPOBT.,
tJBa, ' QOISCT,,
Three dally throuah trains leave 81xthstet Depot
at v A. si. anu tfiau r. m. and o r. jn.
TlxratLtth to ImcUiinapolia without
juaunte ox ssvrah
fu n '.''
At Rlohmnnd. with Otncinnati and Ohlcaffo Ball-
road, for Anderson and all points on the Bellefon-
uins nniiroaa nine: jv iu n o. uoHHUHOon
oeanfiport, pra ana
all points on tbe Wahash Valley Kallroad.
At Indiauftoolti for Tttrr Hnute. MattOOB. FsUU.
nt, LouiiBtia i widow u3turai jthvuroaa.
At Lafavette for Danville, Tolono, Decatur, Spring
field, Nnplea, Uuinor, and Hannibal and At, Joseph
BallroadT ' .
At Chlcafi-o for Racine. Kenosha. Milwaukie. 1
Crosse. St. Paul, Prairie da Chleu, Bock Island and
Tha BP. M.
Train makes direct connection, at
Logantiport, Peoria and Burltngtop
TiOcnnsinort with 1
jvttjirutvu. xur uumsii, jki rru,rBvn, kui inajiuu,
Ouinoy, Galetburg, (iiiu(iod PuoleUli, Diftkltig the
iflstance , .
T WENT Y-F1TE MILES SHOETEB
THAN BT AXT OTHEB BUUTE,
UPOV MILES SHORTEB
Fare as Low and Time an Qalcb
as oy an; omer nouie.
This Is exclusively a Western and North-weaten,
jsntm h.Yino ui Ai.nr.hl. brrflntfAnnint. with oon.
Eoutej, baring tu favorablt ftrwingemontei vlth oon
nectins Roads as auy other Kouta, Passim ttuousb
hlartiliviiltlvatdil countrr. with numeruua ivwui
and vtllagw, It offer to patroBB raor pietuuint aooom
modHtioa lor taff-ty, comfort and nteret tliao u
n or 1 nrimcn iicxeu or auy luriuttr imui uitekiuu
tor and appTi
109 Walnnt-atreet, betwoen Vgurth and Jfitth -streets.
near uiowu iiouho,
Northnuiat coruer front and Broad way i
side vine-street, Between nurue.
natl. Hamilton and Dayton Ttepot, Fifth and
SU.n-.te,.. . - .-V-aSSZlxM-
W. H. BH1PM AN. PaenKr Agent. ...
avartlmnihuMO. will call for oassenuera by loavlns
their names at either ui tne 'i icKetnmcea.
apis . w. u. pan. in. Agent,
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
TSaVO CfTANOB OF OAU8 TO INPIANAP.
XW 0LIS, at which placo It nnltee with railroad!
for and Xrom all potnu in tne west anu norut-weas
THUEB I'AbSKNOKB IKAINS
Leave Cincinnati daily from the foot of Mill and
S'iio.A.Tli.-0HfCAOO MAtL.-Arrivee at In-
UUHINBi'Il. m IIKII A. VJII ll-." . ' . .
Ili30 A. U. ierre naute aim Laiayette anw
lodation as-r :i isllndlaiiKpollHat ij.wk. M.
A P.M. CHICAGO EXl'rtEHa.-ArrlVmat Indl
illi .fP. M .! Ultiriitrn tkt 7:30 A. M.
this line, and run through to Chicago without
MiiMtmn ili liara uuuuea uj all niKii.-.rsiu.
aWBe sure you are in the right tlckat-offlca before
you purcnaso your ticaut, anu ajia tor ,ioaw
xiawrenceburg and Indlanapolla.
i'ara the same, and tiuw .Uorter than by any olhai
loute. . . ..i ... . ., i
TUBOIJUU TICKETS, good nntll need, can be
ined at tha tl;ket oltlc, at Waauour llouaa coruer
Nortli.wAHt aoini-r or Hroadwttv
.. . . . ... ,
met uoune corner; as ine wbjuuwowi nwro
.East Third-street, aud at Depot Ofllee, foot
Ul, on Front-stroet, wgtero U necessary informs.
Omnibuses run to and from each train, and
ill lor naeaeuaora at all hotels, aud all parts of
city, uy leaving auureas at "(iob t i.an n a
Eiaaaie, aiuiu. sat nss
ltVi nialn-atreet, three dor abeve TsH,'1
wrPPP nsl itAMVI ANn MARK TA
I fa. 1)1.11 all kind, of Home Trappings, In the
and moat substantial maumir. AIo, a largeaseort
D. 8, CARRICXp
f rrtt ;
.1 i ..in ,i.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles. INSURANCE.
i-i-s ,.v.i ' CHOICB r n
I..t .Mnt-iiOalS " 1 - '
CmH Capital Enlarged Half a Million
A NAT! m 1 H'ia. ante-dating all present locn
'ia, ante-dating all present I oca',,
ill's and agencies in the insuranrt
eitv. ThtrtT-tlTa Ttars oonitani
bunlneM tn tlili cltr
duty hero, combined with wealth, experlonco, entur-
prlMi and liberality, enporlallr commettd tne astn
Ininranco Oompany to the faornbl
tia oiktntytiinlfv -sivmitrllticr anlltarr i
fftl0 nrrTiTnr and living pioneer ot Clnclunatl under-
writen of IRta.
The largest losa erer (niHtfttned by any In-tiranr
mpany at one lire in. Ohio was by tbe ifctna, at
Ulillllcothe. April. 1lV2, aud amounted to ill4,Wl 67,
moetly paid prior to thirty days aft-sr tbe Are.
Aioeaee paia in "Jin;iniii uui in mi if
Cash Capital, $1,600,0001
' Absolut and unimpaired, with a net snrplua of
And the wrestlg of forty-one years' suoceas and ex-
- .i r.( porlenoe, lnveetinente of ,
Over $100,000 In Ohio Security
" !FIBK AN 6 INLAND HA Vl3TTOH.
Slsks acoepted at terms consistent with sotreiirr
and fair profits. Kp:lal attention glT-u to lusnr
auce of D wellingf aud poutente for terms of one to
Application made to any duly a.ithoriwd agent"
Eomptly attended to. By strict attention to a Incil -late
Insuvauoe businosw, this Compauy Is enaVM
to offer both indemnity fcr tbe past and security br
the futun.-, Policies Usued without delay by
DARTER cV LINDHKY, A gent a,
Ko, Q Main-street, and No. 171 ViDa-street.
',' J.J. HOOKKB, Agent, Fulton, 17th Ward.
fell-ay O. P. BUCHANAN, Newport, Ry,
i v. muh ii. Affaut. uovininon. at,
National Insurance Company,
AriFFirK HOJITH-WESIT CORNKU OF
tj MAIM AKl i'UUNT-BTUEETb.
Marine, Inland Transportation
,.. and Fire Risks: ,
TAKEN AT OXTRRKNT BATES.
'' " '' ' T)tEnTOH8t "" '"
John tiurffoyne, L M - timjth, . Bobert Moore,
Wrii, Uopworth, ctias. L. inoore, m. Fecnettuer,
edemer, The, una, B. w. Bmlth,
a. Thos. R. BIms, Henry Ellis.
' ' " JOHN BUKODtllB. Prealdent.
H, O, TJaKXB, Secretary. ,
noS-bfrn P. A. flPBIOMAH, Surveyor.
City Insurance Company
I (to .-
OF CINCINNATI. OHIO.,
mro. 8 PUBIilC 1ANI.INO, BETWEEN
rV MA18 AMI) BYCAMOliC.-IiiltauUahed Ui9.
Capital Stock. .... ...........$150,000 00
JTlx-e sux4 AXiarinn Rieilus
Taken at fair rates. fjon-es equitably adjusted end
tytertrroea D. -Bannln
h O. Butler. B. Bl.
Bishop, t. J. Weaver, W.
.ainea, w. vv. xrowDnoxe, j. u, ateimer.
. r. . . . V. . .
i W. M. HraHAansoH, Secretary.
vrn. r. sx:
WeBtern Insurance Company
OFFICE IN THB SECOND 8T0RT OF
No. g front-street, between Main aud Syca
This Company la taking Tire, Inlaud and Marine
,lsks at current rate, of premium.
jAMeee fairly adiusted and promptly paid.
Blsks at current rate, of premium.
T. t. Ickert, , ', F. Ball, B. W. Pomeroy,
Wm. Olenu, W. C. Whltcher, W. 0. Mnnn,
Bobt. Mitchell, W. II. Cotustock, h. O. E. Btone,
Bobt-Buchanaa, 5. U.Bhaw, . Uao.8ull,
Wmllt, Heth Evans, J. It. Taalfa,
David Oibaon, H. Bruchmann, J. Ci. Inhanl.
u. uiearwater, . -auoa. m. auion,
T. r. EOajfiHT, President.
BTiran Hoias, Secretary. noS
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
O. E. NEWTON, Me D.,
iFFIOE NO. 99 WEST 8KVKNTH-HT.
f tM.lwfw.n VIm and au.. RoMldence Ho. ltl-A
West Heventh-etreet, between Vine and Race. Oraos
hours l)t to a A. jn.l Ifk to s r. jn.j ? to e r. m .
WILLIAM Ma HUNTER.
.rT.yUi .? rata vine-street.
I..,.. j, TAFT, :"
(Sncoeeaor to Knowlton A Taft,)
sepM ' . - vinuinisAXisU.
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
Nee. IS mm IT Kaet Oalumblo-strerl-
rVHE Mt8T RBliAB.B JflBH AN
X BUBOLAIi PBOGF SAFES. They have given
more satniactlon tuau any otnor now in ne.
We offer a reward Of ONE THOUSAND DOL
f. & Dtt n anw nuMnn , 1. .1 ran. II H ill Dill m-A.nnt tlOiO.
show a single Instance wherein they have tailed to
pnmerve tneir contents. .
With this SAFE we challenge all competition, as
being the beet Fire Proof. Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to test
with any estatiimumeui in fiis union, aim r-yw
tailing Brat to forfoit to the other the sum of la.poo.
We are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at lees
cost, than any other manufacturer in the united
"tales.- . .. , . ...
Booond-hand naese OI oinvr mnaera mimv va
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aa onr stook baior purchaafug alsawhere.
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
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DR. MERIT WELLS,
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