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A Candidate Defining His Position.
In Mr. DongW letter ol acceptance, he
reiterate! tbe declaration which he made
when called out at 'Washington to respond
to the nomination that intervention with
slavery in the Territories means disunion in
the following words!
"The peace of the country and the per
petuity or the Union have been put in jeop
' ardy by attempts to interfere with, and to
control the domestic affaire of the people in
the Territories, through the agency of the
"If the power and the duty of the Federal
Interference is to be conceded, two hostile
sectional parties must be the inevitable re
sult; tbe one inflaming; the passions and am
bition of tbe North, and the other of tbe
South, and each struggling; to use the Federal
power and authority for the aggrandizement
of its own section, at the expense of the
equal rights of the other, and in derogation
of those fundamental principles, the prin
ciples of self-government, which were firmly
established in this country by the American
Revolution as the basis of our entire Repub
Mr. Douglas makes no distinction in inter
vention by any department of Government
He includes all intervention "through the
agency of the Federal Government" as pre
cipitating a sectional conflict and putting the
' Union in jeopardy, in fact he proclaims inter
vention to be the very irrepressible conflict
This is just. If intervention is disunion, it
, makes no difference which department of the
Government intervenes. Therefore Mr.
Douglas was consistent in denouncing equally
all intervention "through the agency of the
. Federal Government." To say that interven
tion by one department of the Government
the Legislative for instance is putting the
Union in jeopardy, but intervention by
another department the judicial for in
stance will preserve the Union and establish
harmony, is an absurdity that Mr. Douglas
could not be guilty of. His clear and states
manlike mind sees, of course, that a political
evil is far less dangerous while it is in tbe
control of a legislative body directly respon
sible to the people, than it would be in an ir
responsible body placed entirely beyond reach
of the people by a life tenure of office, and
controlled solely by their own decisions;
therefore he plants himself boldly on the
ground that all intervention "through the
agency of the Federal Government" is sec
tionalism and disunion.
Many will find It difficult to understand
how protection to rights of property which
Mr. Douglas recognizes as having a consti
tutional existence in the Territories, can have
such dire effects; how protection of property,
which is supposed to be the chief necessity
for forming government, shonld be its de
struction; but no one can question Mr.
Douglas's sincerity in the belief he has de
clared; and his lively apprehensions for the
safety of the Union are highly creditable to
Mr. Douglas in his letter also indorses the
platform with the codicil added at Baltimore,
hich is as follows:
"That during the existence of the Territo
rial governments tne measure ot restriction
whatever it mav be. imnosed bv the Federal
Constitution on the power of tne Territorial
Legislature over the subjectof slavery, as the
"mc nas oeen or mar .wearier re finally
determined by the Supreme Court of the
, United States, should be respected by all good
citizens and enforced with promptness and
fidelity Dy every brancn ot tne ueneral Uov
( rnment. .
1 It seems by this that if the Court has de-
- cided against the power of aTerritorial Legis
lature to restrict slavery, it binds every
department of Government, executive, legis
lative and judicial, to intervene to enforce
the decision; so that whether Mr. Douglas is
already on a platform of intervention,
which means disunion and sectional conflict,
depends solely on the question whether the
Court has already decided this point. When
Mr. Douglas was in full communion with the
Democratic party, the President, in bis offi
cial message, declared that the Court bad so
decided, and Mr. Douglas did not protest. If
not decided then, as soon as the Court shall
. decide, Mr. Douglas's platform will be in
favor of intervention, which is sectional con-
' ii't and disunion. ' ' " ''
. All must concede to Mr. Douglas the right
to define his own position, and it is highly
honorable to him that after bis nomination
a thing which usually closes the mouths of
candidates he baa defined his position with
' such clearness. If he has made the dividing
' line between his position, and disunion and
sectional conflict, inappreciable, even now,
' and temporary in any event, it is all the more
' creditable to his candor.
A Candidate Defining His Position. Moral Progress on the Pacific.
The improvement in morals and religion
in California is very encouraging. A Con
vention of Sunday-School Teachers recently
- adopted a resolution deprecating dancing at
The Grand Jury of San Francisco recently
sent a notice to a church fair that grab-bags
and raffles would not be allowed.
A gift-jewelry concern was recently pounced
upon, and several of tbe regular jewelers sub.
scribed a fund to carry on the persecution
One of them was prosecuted for perjury in
returning his stock to the assessor at $11,900,
when it was worth $69,000.
A Justice of the Peace found the San
Francisco Bulletin guilty of violating the law
against obscure publications, by publishing
Mrs. Sickles's letter that she got up to suit
her husband s taste, without putting stars in
. the place of some of the hard words. The
BulUtin compared the Justice to Squire Dog
berry, whereupon tbe Justice one Hudson
sued the Bulletut in two oourti for libel
laying his damage at $20,000 lii each a large
price for. writing bam down what the other
Dogberry desired so earnestly. '
' I BS L.aT uamornitt Legislature passeo a law
imposing a tax of four dollars a month on tbe
Chinese crab-fisher. .'. Our government, in it
treaties With China, specifies that our oitiien,
hall be allowed in that country all the
privileges of the most favored nations.
This 'is the ' way we reciprocate. These
people take up with means of livelihood
which Americans are altogether above, and
then the Stat trie to drive them off by
special taxation, to . -a greater amount,
probably, than tbey earn, Lover their, living.
But their cousins, b , Japan, f the
am complexion, came to San Fianoiaco, and
the revaaua of the city was squandered, to
ntcruin them, and th most extravagant
demonstrations of affection vara Juaped
upon them, , It is to b hoped that the Jap
anese kaow this, and epprecipfje, t,Ii miser,
ble hypocrisy of all the expensive hospitality
ffeatbas bfn lavished upon them In America,
This religious paper has already been con
victed of slandering most abominably the
American ladies, in connection with the
Japanese Embassy, charging that their curi
osity to see Tommy exhibited more loose
ness of manner than the professional women
of the pave would dare to show in Japan;
and then it refused to publish a communica
tion from a lady defending her sex from this
wholesale degradation, because, the World
said, "it was not couched in respectful lan
guage;" the want of respect being its justness
and severity, properly expressed.
We fear that we shall have to cut loose
from any association with our religious co
temporary.. Wolfish features already begin
to show through its sheep-skin.
A gentleman who visited Washington re
cently, not an acquaintance of Mr. Pendle
ton, writes to a friend in high terms of the
conduct of that gentleman in the House, and
remarks, "It would be well for the honor of
the country if be was imitated in these
respects by most of our Congressmen."
This reminds us that the Hamilton County
Districts seem to have been very creditably
represented in this Congress. Our Repre
sentatives have made a favorable impression,
and have been efficient and influential.
Present Condition of the Romagna-The
People's Opinion of Pio Nono.
A correspondent of the London Chronicle
writes as follows from Ancona, June 2:
Un Wednesday evening, tne 30tn ot May, 1
found myself at the Hotel dee Poetet, at Bo
logna, for the mrmose of takino; mv nlace in
the Covrrier for Rimini. On entering tbe
court-yard I was astonished at the sight of
an escort ot somiers wno were loading tueir
musKets. Atter tnts operation tney mounted
a Kind ot covered cart, drawn or three post-
horses, which was destined to follow us on
I turned to the passenger who occupied the
seat next to mine in the lumbering vehicle
lor an explanation or mis pnenomenon. lie
was a corpulent avocato of the city we were
"It is only the escort," said he, quietly.
"What," I exclaimed, "an escort) Are we
then threatened with danger on the road? I
thought the country was quiet."
"You are right," replied my new acquaint
ance; "tbe country is quiet, and the escort is
merely an indispensable precaution one of
those little inconveniences, in fact, we have
inherited from tbe former Government. You
see, before the revolution of last year we had
two powers here, and two sets of police.
Tbe Austrians found they had quite enough
to do with political offenses, without troub
ling themselves about crime of any other
Kind, so mat tne robbers bad it all their own
way, and to such an extent that in Bologna a
bank was robbed in broad day, and within
sight of an Austrian sentry, who, no doubt,
thought it was no affair of his robbing a
bank having nothing to do with political
conspiracy. Tbe Pontifical authorities were
supposed responsible for the suppression of
crime, but in reality, they only busied them
selves with trying to discover what were the
real opinions of persons suspected of Liberal
tendencies. Assassinations and robberies
still continued. Not even tbe police agents
had any interest in re-establishing order, or
in dispersing the numerous banditti that
infested the roads.
"The fact was that the Government gave a
good round siim to the Legate for police pur
poses who put two-thirds of it in his own
pocket, and handed over the remainder to
the two or three superior functionaries, who
divided it among themselves so that nothing
remained for the police-agents and gendarmes
but their bare ordinary pay. They were not
even paid their expenses on their professional
expeditions, and they of course gave them-
Qplv.s littl. A no t-ttuMa to Lui down of
fenders; while their chiefs, on the other band,
took especial care not to listen to any charges
of blame in the matter. However, as tbe
roads swarmed with brigand?, the Govern
ment mails and treasures were protected by
escorts. As for simple individuals, they did
as well as they could; and if they complained
of having been robbed or maltreated, they
were answered gravely, that if they had re
mained athomo, it would not have happened."
"But," said I, "tbe Romagna now belongs
to tbe King; has not an end been put to this
state of things"
i "Certainly there has, but the habits and
morals of a population can not be changed in
a month ; moreover, we are proceeding
toward the frontier, which is full of the cul
prits the Papal authorities on tbe other side
nave allowed to escape, with the object of
annoying us; it has, therefore, been consid
ered prudent to continue for the present the
old precautionary measures."
Serpentine Experiences of a Tropical
A tropical traveler writes as follows of
1 have never in all mv exDerience found
snakes to be the aggressors, unless you get
them into a cul dt tac, or during their period
of breeding. Then the cobra is indeed terri-
oie, ana l was cbased by one at Tellicherry
for nearly half an hour, escaointr the brute
only by doubling quickly round until I stum-
oieu over a siout oamooo, witn wnicn weapon
I soon disuatched it. At the best of times it
Is nervous work coming to close quarters
with the cobra; one false aim, and you are a
dead man. People have a notion that the
green snake of India which is certainly a
pretty specimen, if any thing in the shape of
a snake can be pretty is harmless; I can
prove to the contrary. One day I saw a beau
tiful mango. bird dangling from a bough of a
uniuuuu-uutui; me glare wao intense, and 1
wore blue spectacles, for which reason, per
haps, I could not well distinguish the cause
of the phenomenon, and supposing it to have
oeen irappeu oy some wile, i seized tbe bird
as a great prize, for I was making a collection
to bring home with me.
In a second afterward, the glass of my
right eye spectacle was shattered to pieces,
and I hardly recovered from my amazement,
when the snake, disappointed of his aim,
wriggled off into the thickest of the bush.
The glasses saved nfy eye and my life, for
the poor mango bird was riddled through and
through tbe head, from one eye to the other,
and every atom of brain had been abstracted.
They are dainty, gentlemen some of these
snakes, and I was well acquainted with one
that preferred turkey's eggs for bis breakfast
to any other. I used to watch my turkeys
as they strayed about tbe grounds, and mark
their nests, leaving them undisturbed until
they began to sit. One hen bad fixed upon a
myrtle-busb, round which she used to flutter
and scream every day, poking her stupid
looking head out in so strange a fashion that
I was once induced to watch her. No sooner
had she deposited her egg, than a cobra made
his appearance, and with tbe greatest dex
terity sucked the egg. With greater wisdom
than the fabled destroyer of the goose and
the golden eggs, the cobra spared the turkey
to snpply bis daily breakfast. . . ......
CauoLim Da.ouoo im Tbctmd.b Stoims.
A correspondent of the Boston Journal fur-
niene tne following: '" ' . ,"-,, '.,
-J?w of Pitneld, Vt., east of and
near the Green Mountains, a singing-school
was in progress last Saturday evening in a
scbool-botue. A tbuuder-ehower arose and
passed over the house. A discbarge of elec
tricity came dwa the chimney and passed
through the band of a young man who was
sitting near tbe chimney, with his arm
stretched oat toward it qo the back of a seat.
Tbe ladies1 hoops were struck by the fluid,
stripped of all their windings, clasps broken,
the hoops bent into all sorts of shapes,
dresses scorched, and, wonderful to relate,
no one was killed, and none injured but tbe
young man. 'This suciresu the new and im
portant idea of ladies dropping their hoops
on the near approach of violent thunder-,
storm. v - , '
A shark, measuring eleven feet six Inches
in leneth, was recently caught in Mobile
(Alabama) Bay, witb a common, jjook.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
From New York.
Niw York, July 2. The U. S. steamer
Paumt, at Philadelphia, will be ready for
sea in two weeks, and will leave for Cronstadt
witn our Minister to Kuesta, tnence proceed
ing np the Mediterranean.
Counterfeit rives on the Village Bank, of
Danvers. Mass.. twos on the Mystio Bank, of
Connecticut, one hundreds on the Newton
unnK, Mass., threes on uenterviue oanx,
and Manufacturers' Bank of Providence are
Commodore Vanderbilt positively refuses
to carry California mails for inland and ocean
postage. He also declines to carry express
matter for Wells,, Fargo & Co., and others.
Judge Ingraham, of the Supreme Court,
to-day decided that all the over-issued stock
of the New Haven Railroad Company is valid.
New York, July 2 P. M. Two men named
John W. Mathews and John Walton, the
former a produce-dealer in Jefferson Mar
ket, and the latter residing in West Twenty-third-street,
were murdered on Saturday
night, in Eighteenth-street, by some person
as yet unknown.
Warrants are out for the arrest of Charles
and Edward Jcflard, who are supposed to
have committed the double murder. They
are sons of a former husband of Mrs. Walton.
Mr. Walton was a man of from forty to
forty-five years o'f age, energetic in appear
ance, and stoutly built. He has many
relations in the city, and was highly
esteemed by all acquaintances.
Mr. Mathews was a railroad-contractor,
and about thirty-four years of age. He lived
with his mother, at No. 31 Union Place. He
hod been absent all day on a pleasure excur
sion, with his sister, to the fihsing-banks.
On returning he had gone to the upper part
of the city to transact some business, and
bad just stepped from the Third-avenue cars
on bis return, when he beard the cry of
"murder," and starting in pursuit of the
murderer, met his death.
A pistol, found near the scene of the last
murder, has been identified as one recently
in the possession of one of the Jeflards.
Edward Jefiard was taken into custody
to-day at the Jefferson Market Police Court,
which he entered to make some inquiries of
tbe nresidinff magistrate. .
Suspicion attaches more strongly to Charles
tban to Edward Jettard. xne.tormer nas not
been seen in the city, according to his moth
er's account, since the Sunday previous to the
murder. . .
The decision in tho New Haven case makes
valid all the spurious stock which appears on
the transfer books of the company, amount
ing to 17,497 shares, and declares void 1,636
shares which do not so appear.
The decision was technically in favor of
the company, by declaring tne ocnuyler over
issue as worthless. On the other band, hold
ers of the stock are now placed in the posi
tion of creditors of the rood, and can bring
an action to recover in full the money paid
1 time with the road as to the payment, and
the spurious stock has come to be more val
uable than the original issue.
The steam planing-mill on Eighteenth
street, owned by George Target, the stair
case factory of Barrows, and he barn, stables,
4c, of I. J. Vanpelt were burned on Saturday
night. Loss $25,000; insured for $lt,000.
The building' No. 44 Broadway, occupied
by Frank 4c Son, cap manufacturers, C. Wal
ton, dealer in hats and hatters' goods, and
Mr. George, dealer in furs, was also burned
on Saturday evening. Loss $20,000; covered
The premises No. 6 Liberty-street, occupied
by Charles R. Daxbury, commission mer
chant, I. M. Titus & Co., Bernard, McMasters tt
Co., and May & Jenkins, were damaged by
fire and water on Saturday evening, to the
amount of $10,000; fully insured.
Overland Mail News.
SraiNoriBLD, Mo., July 2. The Overland
Mail-coach, with San Francisco papers to the
12th ult., passed here last night.
The news of the nomination of Lincoln
was well received by tbe Republicans.
since the Indians fled beyond the reach of
Col. Hays' volunteers, all apprehensions of
further trouble from them in the Washoe
mines are over. The regular troops will be
stationed near Pyramid Lake.
Tbe weather had become warm and pleas
ant on the eastern side of the mountains,
and the miners were returning to their
work. . , i
A stage was robbed by highwaymen on the
9tb ult., nearChico, Butler County, of $15,000,
in transit by express.
San Francisco, June 12. Tbe dates from
Portland, Oregon, are to the 6th, one day
after tbe election. The result was doubtful,
but tbe probabilities were for Logan's (Rep.)
election to Congress. No opinion could be
formed on the politics of the Legislature.
Two Democrats were elected in Maltnomah
County by small majorities, where tbe Re
publicans had hopes. .
Judge Terry's trial has been removed to
Marion County, indicating his acquittal.
Additional by the Adriatic.
Palermo, June 10. A decree of Garibal
di's, dated June 18, for the lew of the men
furnished by the conscription of the 20th of
June, tor tne departure ot the conscripts tor
Palermo and Catania, was published.
It Is officially stated that Austria would be
able, in a fortnight, to bring into the field
Madrid, June 18. Tbe Senate has unani
mously refused to receive the manifesto of
Palermo. June 10. The convocation of the
Sicilian Parliament, according to the laws of
1848, was shortly expected, for the purpose of
ramming me pruciamauou,wnicu uccrees to
forfeiture the rights of the Bourbons.
Philadelphia, July 2. After the ratifica
tion meeting on Saturday night, the assem
blage proceeded to the Girard House and
serenaded Mr. Douglas.
Mr. Douglas said ne could not refrain from
making his appearance, to express bis pro
found gratitude for the compliment. , He had
no political speeches to make during the
pending canvass. It now remains for the
people to decide on the great issue. , Penn
sylvania believes that Congress can be better
employed in developing the great material
resources of the Country than wasting its
time in forcing slavery or anti-slavery upon
Mr. Douglas left last evening for New
Mail Robber Arrested.
Rutland, Vt., July 2. Col. North, special
mail agent, arrested John Whitcomb to-day,
charged with robbing the United States and
Canada mails, while under his charge at the
Rutland Railroad Depot. Ten bags are mis
sing. Tbe accused has spent six hundred
dollars in Canada mouey within a few weeks.
Skeleton keys were found in his possession,
with other evidence of bis guilt.
. Boston, July 2. J. M. Balcb, President of
the Hoyiston insurance (Jompany or Boston,
J. Y. Smith, of Providence, and B. H. Heild,
of New York, referoes on the claim for in
surance on the Pemberton Mills, have awarded
43,S75, which is 23 H pet cent, of the sum
for which tbey were insured. ; ' ' '
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The Canadian Steamers.
QrKBio, July 2. The steamer Anglo-Saxon
came through the Straits of Belle-isle, which
accounts for her rapid passage.
The Canadian steamers will hereafter bt
due on and after Friday, at Farther Point.
The PaletUne, which sailed from Liverpool
on the 27th, is the next vessel due here.
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Ne Si ef the Golden Fleece or Conaaacht.
St. Jom's,n; F., July 16 P. M. There are
no signs of tbe steamships Golden Fltec and
ConnuufM, , supposed to have left Galway,
respectively, on, the 23d and 28th of June.
Weather cloudy, but a good boriaop. Tber
mouieter 4. . - ..i r. : .
Douglas Ratification Meeting.
. Bakavia, V. Y, J uly 2. One of th largest
and most enthusiastic meetings ever, held in
this connty assembled her Saturday evening
to ratify the nomination of Douglas, A
Mlut of Oft CUM WM flfvd.
recently ratified by the Senate were those
with the Sacs and Foxes on tbe Mississippi,
and the Kansas, Orkaw and Delawaras. , The
treaties with the two first-named tribes pro
vide for the allotments of lands to the mem
bers of the respective tribes and the sale of
the surplus lands after the allotments have
been made, tbe proceeds of snch sale to be
applied for tbe benefit of the said Indians.
The self-ruling stamp envelopes, which
were p'aced on sale during the last of the
year by way of experiment, have been per
manently adopted by the Postoffice Depart
ment. They will hereafter be supplied to
Postmasters and will be sold at the following
rates: For a single package, tbe same price as
the old; when more than one hundred is
taken, an advance of two cents per one hun
dred envelopes on the rates of the old.
The second edition will be a decided Im
provement upon the first, and will be the
most substantial as well as the most beautiful
envelopes in the market. --vi. - .
The Democratic politicians have abandoned
all hope of effecting any accommodation
whatever between their respective candidates
by Joint electoral tickets or otherwise.
The often reported rumors of the intended
removal of John Hart, Supenutendent of
ruuuc rrinting, ao not appear to De wen
founded. Tbe President will, probably, this
week, remove to his summer residence the
Soldiers Home. , ,
The Pennsylvania Democracy.
Philadelphia, July 2. The Democratic
State Executive Committee met to-day at the
Merchants' Hotel. Resolutions were adopted
first, calling upon tne Democracy ot tbe state
to unite in the support of General Foster for
Governor, and to bury all differences on the
Presidential question in the election; second,
recommending the Democratic party ot tne
State to unite on the electoral ticket, formed
at Reading on tbe following basis: If it
should appear on ascertaining the result
in other States of the Union, that by
casting the entire vote of Pennsylvania for
Douglas it would elect him, said electors shall
oe under obligation to cast tne vote in tnat
way, if said vote would elect Breckinridge
then it shall be given to bim. If the vote will
elect neither, then the vote may be divided
according to their own Judgment. The basis
of this united action being that it is tbe first
and highest duty of all good Democrats, how
ever different on men, to unite firmly against
the common enemy, tbe Chairman was
authorized to communicate with the electors.
and obtain their pledge within thirty days to
act under this oblieation.
The Committee then adjourned to meet at
Cresson on the call of the Chairman.
Prior to the adoption of the Compromise res
olutions in the Executive Committee, many
propositions were made, amone others one de
claring Douglas tho nominee of the Demo
cratic party, which was voted down, nine
teen to forty-three.
Philadelphia, July 2. A large and en
thusiastic meeting was held here this even
ing, to ratify the nomination of Breckin
ridge and Lane.
Hon. Chas. J. Ingcrsoll presided, with an
imposing list of Vice-Presidents and Secre
taries. The resolutions adopted reaffirm the Cin
cinnati Platform, and the explanatory reso
lutions reported by the majority of the
Committee at the Charleston Convention.
They also declare that tbe Front-street
Theater nominations are a mere nullity, and
that the nomination of Breckinridge and
Lane is entitled to the respect and earnest
support of the Democratic party.
A letter was read from Hon. VVm. B. Reed.
recommending conciliation and harmony. It
speaKs ot tno lolly ot sacrificing tbe election
of Mr. Foster as Governor of tbe State be
cause of an abstract difference of opinion on a
theory oi vast out not paramount importance,
and hopes that milder counsels will prevail.
so that tbe electoral vote of Pennsylvania
may oe cast against tne tiepuoucans and tor
the Democratic candidate who is most available.
Highly Important from Mexico.
New Orleans. July 2. The steamer j4ri-
zona, from Brazos on the 2e)th ult., arrived
here to-day. Private letters from Monterey
on the 22(1 ult., and Matamoras on the 26th,
say that General Zaragoza, commanding the
Liberals, bad defeated and taken Gen. Mira
mon prisoner near Salamanca. Gen. Ra
minez, commanding a division of Miramon's
troops, bad been deieated bv Gen. Orteora.
Civil war was raging in the States of
Nueva Leon and Coahuila, in Northern
Mexico, and efforts were being made in favor
oi uen. iomoniort s return.
Pittbscbo, July 2 M. River three feet
ana eignt incnes Dy tne metal mark:, and
falling. Weather cloudy and warm, with
luuiottuous oi rain.
LocrsviLLi, July 2. The river is falling
rapidly, w,m mree ieei one men in tne
Canal. Tbe mercury stands at 66s. This
has been the hottest day of the season, the
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uioruui v ex. uiiee r, iu. luuicutiug vt .
in force to-night, to ratify the nominations of
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iuugias mm iuuubluu. a mrge uirun-ugni
procession is on the street. The City Hall is
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uunucu, auu lucre is great eutuuBiiMsui.
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aW Clothes renovated aud repaired, 1M W. Sixth.
-r Clothing renovated and repaired, 09 E. Third.
9CAJu?uiTza'i cheap Pictures, JO Fifth-street.
A-" for a fluely.ftuUhed Picture, go. to J. P.
Ball's Gallery, No. 30 West Fourth-street.
.ataVFioTcaica for ten cents. Johnson's Gallery,
ninth and slain.
aV A. A. Eystsr, Clocks, Watches aod Jewelry,
Hoa.SU and 371 Western-row. t
V ArrLEOATi's mammoth Gallery, corntr Fifth
and Main. Murk tbe placs. je9-tf i
mW Examine the Photograph . at ArruaATs's,
corner Fifth and Main. Mark the place, i jeti-if
" If you want a good Picture, call at tha south
west corner of Sixthstreet and Central.aTenuaj
Pictures taken and put in nice gflt frames for twenty-
live cants; in eases for twenty cents. Bring on tha
babies yoa are sure to get good likeness. ' ' '
STEARNS JONES. On Sunday, July 1, at the Ml
E. Church in Hadleonville, Ohio, by the Rev. J. C.
Bontecou, George E- Htearnii, Ku. of this city, to
inn, rjinuia a., aaiujuter oi jonu loues, wj., OI tne
BEATTIE.-On Monday morning. July 8, at 7H
o'clock, Jtiunle. youngest child of John aud Meliua
k. Beat tie. ' - '
Her funeral will take place from hr father1! reel"
aeuce, im water-itreet, tuitaitornooa at tour o clock,
uuvssiiu.. nana UIIMiUIUDSi UlwUlfUlrBI Ul URIU'
lltou aud Sarak Secriitt, of diMaw of tho heart, ou
SutiHay, July i, at suveu o'clock M, afad tea yoen,
ulue Mouth! and nineteen day!.
. HOftKRS. On Saturday morning, 90th ult., of (Ittjt,
Ilia Mav. dfLUfrhter of Dp. L. M and Amu. KiMiri'
of tbUclty, aged twenty month. f , ; ,
' MOORE. On Saturday evening 'june 30, al the
re)deiic of hifl tittter, Mr. 11. A. Ma rib Ml, Third-
jvs. v. Driuum uuui, nflttu iiiiriy-eigoi yearn.
'-i. Wedding and Visiting Cards,
Engraved and Printed, Seal and Preefw; De It
. 8IUPLKY AStftTH, ' w
- 'iHuecwrj to II. H. Hiilplev ft Bru.,) r
J) 8 ay a Wwiitourtb-itreet.
f-2WK UKG TO INFORM OUR
iUKaxL trluinta that we ahallieeume builnew at
the old etftiid ae auon ftf We can repair danutgea,
w uen iuwi uv usagJIV ut,"ul'l.l7r win en iitim
No. Hi) Malu-street.
f-PftHPlMERyrf-lfOR PINK CO
IK35rLi)l)NB WATElf, elthsr byOis quart, or
Jlogamiy put up in bottles, call at the jrunrth-streel
arfumery Depot, i. ,i - , .
PALMKR'S ROAP rUtNTHIirir'B 1 '
aaomposed of Hoap and other articles well known
for thwir bsuenoial aotiou unon tha teeth and mmi
It contains no article that can possibly injura tt
teeth, and can ooiisiweutly b. used with perlscl lu.
puuity by persons of all ages.
MauMfHdlm.r and Inipiirter of Partumery,
o.) Ws fourUi-Hiett,
a-a-T n R officbrs Aisn mem.
SRSSTBKllBof Hupe Loli. Hi. 4.V.M. A., or.
riiut to wtt s tlutr l'"tl Tit Id (Tuemlay)
KVKNINO, Jnlt , Mr the laotiuu f ofBcori. A
punctual attonaancfl aonin-a.
Bf-aT. ORORGK'S BOCIETY.-THH
kwSu rt'gnlar monthly mooting nf this Society
wliTbo hold THIS (Tuetvlay) KVKNINO. .Inly S, at
7M o'clock, in the Horticultural Sociofy' Room, Ba
eon'fc BitiMiitaf. corntr Sixth and W)nutrtretfl. A
full attondnctt requested, aa very Important bust
neoN will be traunactod. . - -
V-a"j K. UBBUrWP, HOC. BPC y.
M A SON ICt--fT ATE1 rOIHM0NI
a t uivl r V , ,1 aJ i
'a SI., will b held THIS , Vu.dv "A-
EVEN1NQ, at 7ii o'clock. Br order of tkeV
jjrs-a JOHN O. PAB.R, 8trtty."
wllibe a public (DiUllation of the ofll-
cere elect of Hope Lodge No. 2 I. O.'-jX. 5&
THlij (Tueeuar) KVICNINQ, at eight ' T"" ,
O'clock-., . A. ROKDBtnEHf,
jy3-a ' '.' , Rcc. Secretarr, pro tem.SJ
, nil. rjn i. v. . -iiihit, ..viir.,.
o. yt i. u. v. r .i nere
af-3a(!INCINNATI IN DKFFNDKNT
afK35r"m'HLANl)UCARDS, ATTKNIIONI U
Company Ordera by )ap. .1. H. Patrick The BL
Company will aemmbli. In review order, at head. PI
anartara, on WEDNB8DAV MOHM1MG, July i. VI
FlmtpipeatSo'cluck precieely. '
Jy3-a It. h. KILPATRTCK, 0. 8.
B--2aATTENTI0N, MARION CONTI-
SBKTV flUiWl Alio" i on rn liert'iiy ornerea to A
aMeuUjle at your armory TO-MOUKOW (Wednet- 3,
day) MOKN1NO, at flra o'clock, la full draae unl-IM
lorn), for parade. By order of i w
OKO. B. WHITCOMB, Captain, a
Johw B. Batchf.ldkr, 0. 8. Jv3-a
afTSS&THK REGULAR- HTJARTERIiY
lOSt MKKTINU or the Mechanlce' and Manu
facturers' Exchange will bo held THIS (Tueeday)
MORNING, atu o'clock. The Quarterly Henori
will be submitted, and other butnese brought up
lor action, a iuii attonoanoo i nesirea.
jy3-a JOUN 11. UKICU, Secretary
,OUR OfFirP. WIILBE CLOHPD
on WkON KHDA V. the Fourth of Julv.
I'ai tlue whose Paper matures In our hands on that
day, will please attend to it provtoUHiy.
jyl-c lilLMUUE, DUNLAP ACO.
B-rSaV. M. M. L. AdtHOCIATION.-THE
s75 regular quarterly meeting ot the xoum
MeirsMercantlle Library Association wilt be heli
at the Library Rooms on TUEHDA V EVBNIMU,
July 3, a a n etnea. A iuii atieouuDco is uesirca.
' The rooms will be closed on the Fourth of July.
By order of the Boardv
JC30-C J. J. MoDUWELL, Bee. Bec'y.
Headqcabtekh 3d Brio., 1st Div., O. V. M,, 1
sio., 1ST Div., O. V. M 1
I1NNAT1, Juilu 3u.lAO. J
O R D E R , So. !.-
Bf-raGENli R A l.
lie tr joim of this flriiiAiifl will ttirm
for parade on the morning of the Fourth of July
next, at 6 o'clock, on Broadway, right ratting
on Fourth-!., dinplayiug north in the following
order: I.ttfht Artillerv. VViuihiniTton Dnurnniifi.
Kirft Cincinnati Battalion of Infantry, American
Continental Itpgiment, Captain Burnley Company,
Independent Continental!, Independent Guthrie
Gray Battalion. Tbe column will take up its line
of march at 7 o'clock precisely, d proceed orer the
following route: Went on Fourth to tfmith, north
on Smith to JTifth, west on Filth to Mound, north
on Mound to Heventh, east on Seventh to Race,
north on Race to Twelfth, east on Twelfth to Main.
south on Main to Eighth, west on Kighth to Hace,
wuere iue iiuo win on lormea ana ine urtgaue aie-
miseeu. ny command oi
j , it. dai tin, tirtgaater uenerai.
H, G. Kkhnktt, Brigade Major. jy3-b
-5 KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DISCOV
ia ERY la ar.knowleilfft'd bv the most nmlnnnt
pbytiTcTani. and by the most careful drugeiKta
throughout the United Statee, to be the mt efref
taru uicMm-Dnrinar nvar Known. nn rn ntaVM i-aiiavmi
more eunering, and effected more permanent cure?.
nla. Salt Rheum. ErvHineliui. flrftlii.hAaii. Rc.oAv Rmr.,
Liiao iiy ore nurca lion Known minn nrmnMRinn. nrrni
nun,, ui wuttiaufjvur nam re, are cureo. Dy aiew Domei
and the Brute m reutored to full tmnrtli and viottr.
Full and explicit direction for th nuri nf ulRMrKtAti
lore lege and other corrupt aod running ulcere, ii
Sivaq in ine pampniei witn eacn nottie. f or naie D!
OHaN D. PAKK. HUlKfi. KCKSTjSIM CO., am
OKOROE M. DIXON. Price tl. plAay
Head QtjASTras, I. o. V. M..1
THE COMPANIES ATAfHltn
OUTHI'IE GRAYS' BATTALION are lisrsl.ror
ilorod to assemble at their Armory on WEDNES.
DAY, Jul-- 4, at Ave o'clock A. M., In full summer
dress white pant and pompons -aud there await
ana oeiongmg to ine ir.l'Cfcnxin.ni
mi Liior uruors . DJ uraer
JAS. HNSE, AOJC. W. ti.0UOl.KX. Jaajor.
V 3 $55. .;
LADD, WEBSTER & CO.'S
Sewing Machines "
ITSW SJ.YK JC8T.J8SUBD AT
rC IlIlITlTCi VULliAriEli..
. . $55. '
' Call sad see them at Bit West Fourth.
fjeao-anil - -
W. C. DUNCAN. DENTIST 136
llrsE& est Sixth-street, between Kace mV
and Elm, Inserts ArtiHcial Teeth in all the (Srft9
different styles now practiced. Pereons in -4-1-i-L-r
want of Tueth can have their wlshea fully met at
All operations In Dentistry performed. . ; my24-am
Celebration, July 4,
! ,, . .AND J- n
DEMOCRATIC MASS C0VENTI0N.
COLUMBUS AND XENIA : ;
Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton
HAIIi HO A B O
HALF FAHB!..:; I
Si . on II V.U. train, July 1 and i30 A.
tralu, going, rotiiruiug, July A, lucltuive, will be
placed on sale at the offlces of the companies on the
J'l-C Oensral Ticket Agsnt.
" Read, all who wish to get Rich!
A BOOK, CONTAINING INSTRUC
TIONS how to make a fortune in a few mouths,
will be sent to auy aud all persons, on receipt of
their correct address and twenty cents In postage
J. P. KB LYSLE, Agent.
Box 1,444, Ciuciuuati,
EW NATIONAL THEATER. JOHN
vnino, luyiiuiuf sua UlUltKBr,
On TUESDAY EVENING, July , will be acted
tbe aflectlug Irish Drama called the 7
- ' " IBWH BMIOBANT. . ,"'
O'Bryan. Master Alfred Stewart : ' Oranlta. Mr'.
Frayuei-tttorllng, Air. iilght; Boballnk. Mr; Van
jiuru, neurj , ravers, air. iiLolvuie i I'olly voba
link, Miss Stevens ; Mrs. flrlmgiskin, airs. ILurtii
- uwr i Anry A lav.nj, uiss nopp.
: After which the laughable ram called e' "
INCONVKNIBNOBj x :n 1jj1'"i I
On, A Convbhibnt Dutamci.
fatttooney, Master Alfred etewart i Mr: Ledgeri
, Mi. Hiiiht: Mr. Dobbs, Mr. Varrett;. lorn DoGbs,
DobU, Mm. Mortlmeri Miss Damper, Miss Stevt
ens; alias Jemima beiupur, MU- Mupa i.,.ii
The perforniiince will oouolud. with th. langhabls
; LIUERICE BOY.. ! '
t.M. Mllu M..I., Airrf aAU.... . ri-
Mr. Higlit; Hourr Coates, Mr. Van1 Horn: Mrs!
, aiaget, jo. Mortimer, i Jkua, nnu natredas, - -
(lTTpN THB-n, ,
iJ'ourtii "'x of : j"uily
" ' i't-l ' FOB WW- '"
. .. , . . , ,.,,,')-
UKNEFIT of th SCHOOLS
Blatera of Olin
.ill-- f .i i. i .' i T avu'ata
mim vT lain bpimois stum
I. EHS, Chauipion No. 3 and Champion No. s, will
leave the foot of i larrad -street, tjovlugton, at fa'clfwk
preckaly, aud Waluut-alreet W I11.1 f, Ciui inaatl, at
l)i o'clock. Thsy will loav. the gruuils iir boMw
The CATHOLIC BENEVOLIOtTT Of)It!Tjr:'''rlf
vovingiuu, aua tn AniiarunilJlinT nuvica
GUARDS Will assist on She occnliiu. Tha but iuui
will be seeured ; there will be several varieties of
Amusement proviuea ror as itanelng, yuolts,
owmsius, auy jergei puooiiug y yuf uimtaiy or
a,."" ' ..... . v ' .SJ-IMSt "...I '!"
; ' COMMITTEE OF ARBANdEMENTS.
I, John White. i f
!ol. 9. H. Camhron' ,
oha Carrell, Ksf. J-J'l
u' Col, W. S. Noclt, Captain
. ' Jidta Kwrnaii, ' Llput. Ji
.11 u. u
ftClnl M LSTltTillti:
' Prtlrick (5trflald,
Hut. Jaa. OrWtflitun,
tigeaut John Htaly,
Phillip Oarriguu, Jamwt Buker,
DELANO & GOSSAGE,
Witt orrsii THEIR SUMMER STOCK
Prom ' T.ly X
' -AT A-
T cIom out for Fall Importation!. .
t ..(. -, AT 37iX:ENT8... . : : '
AT 37H AND SO CENTS.
rTj A.ID BXZiKBI
, AT 37H CENTS. , ,
English Barege Robes I
" AT t. 8 AND $S.
IfKIJXJCICn THIS DAVi
FRENCH BAREGE ROBES!
AT 93, r AND 810.
Printed French Jaconets,
AT li iC.-WORTH UO.
AT 84 iiO AND 8.1.
EXTRA FINE ORGANDIE ROBES
AT VI AND 810.
AT 15 CENTS.
Extra Fine Printed Organdies !
AT il9, at AND SO CENTS.
PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS I
AT REDUCED PRICES.
Ladles' and Misses' lloop-sklrtst
Mantillas, Laoe Points, Suits, &o.
Ermlnette for Boys' Wear!
AT 25C.-WORTH 37.
ST Customers will And It much to tbelr advant.
age to examine our stock of tha auov goods, aa they
are marked at such prices as will Insure tits sale.
DELAND & GOSSAGE,
74 AND 6 WEST POURTH-BTREET,
BOSTON SHIRT FACTORY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Superior Shirts Made to Order,
mfi ENTLEMEN WHO ARF PATITTriT,
ST I.AUln Tt.ia At an.4 -J Ql.T-
and doBiroun ol having thoue that will set well and
loo k nttt, are luvitea to leave tueir orders at KB Ft
NEB'S, where thr can dnnend unon beina suited.
None but the beat soods are uaad. and thorough
L. A. KEPPNEH, Agent,
North east corner Fifth and Vine-streets,
jej8.om2d . Orer Cole Hopkins, Jln., O.
Master Commissioners' Sale
STATE OF OHIO, HAMILTON COUNTY,
88. Pursuant to an order for sale, issued irom
the Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas, and
to ine directed, I will oner nt Public Sale in the ro
tunda of the Court-house in Cincinnati. SATURDAY.
Aiianat A. al 1(1 nVlonk. A. M.. tha follnwinn de
scribed real estate, to-wit: Alt those certain Lots of
i,anu in a rial 01 a pare ui iiimon, situate in secciuu
ten and sixteen lu Mlllcreck Township, Hamilton
IJOUUIr aiorHAAin. aa luu uuc nj .uuu 0iusu;uv,
Vo. Iff hot.
tse of lot. i
I j.,.,..lfO frot inches hy KI0...i.....,.....l 2110 on
2...... 1X3 feet 4 inches by llio......-,.., , 0 uu
3 183 foot 4 Inches by 1"".. ....... ., no oo
4 183 feet 4 Inches by liio... 200 00
b 183 feet 4 Inches by lml...,....... ,, a 00
6......... 183 rt 4 inches by li 2U0 no
7. 183 feet 4 inches by kJ...............; 2W 00
I ...containiiig a V1-1KI acres.. ........ l,v6o 00
9...... containiiiK 1 W-lmj acres..... ,. 942 no
10. containing 2 acres 1,200 00
11 containing 2 40-100 acres . 1,440 00
i....coniainiug s 97-iuo ires . wh uu
13 containing 3 25-100 acres.,........... l.USO 00
14. ; eontainlng 9 12-100 acres . 2,04e 00
16. H.....xoutaining4tlA-louacros..,..H........n. 2,V70 00
16 contaiuing 3 10-100 acres. M. i,tu oo
17 containing 3 16-100 acres.. ... 1,89 00
18......coiitamliig2 3.Hlacres.......- 020 00
19. ..containing 4 73-100 acres... 1,182 60
To be sold aa the property of .Tolir Burgoyne, In caaa
Hn 19 9rn llBmilt.n f!ni,nv Pn.,t irffVmi.n. HI...
wherein The City liank of Columbus la plamtiff ani
jonn Dureoyneana oiuers are acien'iants.
II. U. XiiniN, Attoruey fur Plaiutiff.
, T. B. PAXTOV,
'jQ2TawTa f Bpecial Master Commissioner.
PATENT FRUIT JAR,
TaVTK TV MAN'S PATRNT VRTTT T JAR AH.
X KIVGI) this day aHM) dotenrtxtuiriug neither
wax, somer, nor ovnieni, 10 mane lueui air-iigm.
For sale wholesale and retail at
JOHN F. IIaCKMAN'S, i
lvA.h' Nn aiaTirth.it lut VltnanH Plum '
OOME ONKI COME ALL!
T' tho smitt?,to Jewelry
Store. Ho, 044 West Fifth-it., where vou can buf
JawelrT as cheun aa at auv other otttahlliihniimt In
the city. To all purchasers to tho amount of $3, the
Proprietors will give a preheat worth no less thaa
60 cents, and as high aa $75. Purchasers to a greater
extent will receive present i proportionately Increased
IPo Too Been Alixro t
ATm-iH WEST F1FTH-HTREKT
TR. THAIHAWH iMRRiniM W TTWr.
JLr &1ENT curett bhoumatism, J'am in the 8tom
The price per bottle Is Moents. Tbe Proprietor gives
with each bottle a preeeut. worth Dot less than 25
en, dhc ana noweis; iwinarne ana uiarruea.
veiiui, ana as mga an aju.
mw watcnes ana Jewelry repaired. Jya-r
CELEBRATED -.''.AND BPERI0B
,,v. Hermetically Sealed A
', ;v AND,
' ' ' --PUT'UP ' .
Especially ior summer use
THEY ARB KXTRA IN BIZK, AND OF
the mciut oxuuwtte flavor. Wo eitpeuiH) or labor
sveu iu e.uuK vuvui up. , no oujsci was to get uj
' AJX' KXTRA ARTIOLEI
Which has been successfully accomplished.
GIVE THEM TRIAL. SATISFACTION WARRANTED
ROBERT ORR, Airent.
Depot Mo, 11 West ViHta-str.
,i n , Food for Invalids. ;
M? i "j llecker'a carina ' .
CornBtarcli ti, ,ri. , ;
n.ni. u....... u.i .
Hull I.'. I Bnglish Patent OroatsJ iM-.
lit tiliMil Kxtranne Pearl oaaoiJi!! ,., , ,,,!
yji XDWAilD BOANtAI? 0 t Prn1its . 'J
14orti.eat curutr Fourth au AKijUrstrata.
, SOrlownRuflhtou'eM-liverOil;, ' .1 '
wnuwun Bm.e'ted-liverOll; 0l-l
ui dosen Jui net's tixl-liver Oil j
" hortu-east corner Fourth and nlalutitresti
M. f. BtTLKIl, 'Agent, Cluclnhatl, O. Hear Bin
ramsMHs snvisuirrs.fl tsiiosiei your , i
EICELSIUR WRITUVG FLUID.
nanbluae.' Tour truly, . i ' '
jmy af r w,B. BAVgH, wnoifgale stationer.
rruitOan Cement I
RCI.HINOOANH, JAR, BOTTLE.
' Ac. alauulactory ;j Vluo-itreet, two and C
JAMKS j. BUTLKB, AieaL
uin lusair ear ausnntv it e n. 1 1
n ti m. ei a til
M sU aUk X W aftaV si
DE UNPRECEDENTED DE
Barrett' Authentic Live
LlCOffl Al 1IAML5
ffAg PREVENTED THE FVBI
EK8 tmn Tn vnnonocinc th dtvr of pub;
UctiilOB. ' ' I
sat ! ajr nv pMtd tine tb nrt t
wen nadr for dlttri button and yet then bWe bn
miuSe, mi4 are no In roce of Buiklof, within
fraction of '
Mr. BrreH hu rrmnged hlf nuratlTS ohrono-
logkallr and Mr. Lincoln ipeechea, wherever pot
Ible. are carefallr interworea, so aa to pn9nt to
the reader a Try elear rtew of hta character and
political life. DeTeral Important peechM are g
The book contalne eerentjr-flTe per cent, more m
than aar other told at a elmllar price, an
neatly enprared portraits of both candldatoe, In
itead of Inferior wood -cut.
A gentleman, for many year a resident of h,
field, Intimately aaaoclated In business wit1
Lincoln, and casually In tha city, on his way n
sent us tha following note, which wo take the
erty of printing without hie signature :
" Cincinnati, June 20, 186
jiEsans. noons, tt iitach, jvktb vo.
mon : It glvos me great plewture to Dear tee
the tiigtilar accuracy and com plot enetw
llarrett's Ht oi lion. ADram Ltiucoin. a.
copy of which you kindly placed in my nan
' niirfns mv Vnrnnt trln to the Last I h
quently been aaked to point out whit h of th
nmes profeenlng to give a hftitory of Mr. Lin
career a couiu rauummoim. nuu uatneitf una 1
iMtiPii mm tii uv ttit nnithnr one was in ma tea
iitiafurfgirv. nr nriMAtita anv aileaiiatn Idea of h'
character or hlntory. I thluV Mr. Barrett has sue
ceeded admlralily in producing juit what Is w '
for the coming campaign.
r But BRkVrf SAlJTUBNTIO EDIli $
and you will got the beet.
Cincinnati Gasette, was a delegate to the Chl"
UHTQilllUUt BIHI IIIU UU1J Uirall will 'Oi nnu in
Itlcswho has prepared biographleN of the B
Ilea i candidates from autheutlc materials,
l'aioa. Cheap edition, iu paper, 45 cents;
adltlou. cloth. HA ennta.
Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Cell
jyi-bSn.Tu !I3 West JTonrth-i
m PUSIAL OPPORTU
A COUNTRY SEAT,
Camplete la all respect; and la perffcet or
der, for sale at Aartlan, wltaoat reaerr.
delightful Residence, situated In the most agreeabla
rart of Avoudalo, only two miles from corporation
Ine, built and hitherto occupied by W. K. Nixon. 1
aTsM). i ne grounus comprise nearty inree acres, ana
are pleasantly rolling. They are shaded by Una
foroat-trocs of noarly twenty uitTnrent varieties, and
are well laid out and improvod with walks and drives,
and well planted with ornamental shuhbery and
iruii-iraes oi tne most approvea ainas. i ne nous
Is nearly new, of the Italian villa style of architeo-
johifs, and all the walls furred, so as to secure per-
lect dryness ana au equal lemperacure. it is aino
lighted with coal-gas, made on the premises a; I
mere nominal cost, and is finished throughout In tha
very best manner. A reservoir In tha tower or bel
videre connects with the bath-room and lowet
portions of the dwelling. Tha out-buildings consist
of a carriage-ho une and stable, stone gas-boose, Ac
A fine wellof soft water, cisterns, both at the housr
and stable, aud a stream through the back part of
the grounds, giving aa ample and, never-tall'Mg
supply of water.
Terms One-third down; balance In one and twu
years. 6 per cent, interest. Possession Immediately,
IfdeslredT Jyl-awJ COOPKtt A STOKES.
Firemen' Insurance Co. of Cinoinnr
VAIN UArlT&L n.ss. , ..... . iw.wi
Cash Sue plus, June 1, 1660 V3,(XK
mnirnTnitft for iaao-i.
Edmund Dexter. Jacob Traber. J. P. Tweed:
James Calhoun, P. Wilson, Robert Audrews-
m.arlnai K Want 14 W Thnmu. Hriiri7a flwift. t.
ii. minor, jno. r newrous. Dam. j. iiaiv,
. a. n into,
J. 1'. Warren,
This (Tomnanv now offers tha most aerfect security
character for promptness in paying losses.
11 11 AO OU AUiVntltiO ADtVUAU.
Tt RomniAndsi itawlf to tha citizens of Clnafnnati '
being a Home Company; what profits tt makes be!
to and circulate in Cincinnati, and do not go abr -
mere nan w, luanqiaciurera ana mec names navinn
DUiiainaa ana duck to insure, wui Dieasa siva us c
umoe in company's uuuaing, norto-aast corner oi
front auu JLUUU-Mrtwija. fxjuuu iLur;, nuiniuvvuu
i rontstreei. u. j, Drainucitt ires i. .
8. a. CAKTKH, Hec'T.
N. R. PesrexmB ilMlrfnaT to tnsnre In a crcav Com.
pany, without regard to solvenct, and who tl.'"
one ottlue about as good aa another, need hard
Removal IVoticc -
- W. Ii. & D. Ch VAS9
HATE THIS DAY RKMOVKD TO TH
Building of the Bank of tbe Ohio VaUey,
NO. 65 WK8T THIRD-ST.
Between Walnut and Tins. . ,
They continue to represent the following wf 1
known and reliable com nan lea. via l J
Home Ins. Co. of New York H..M........9l,utn,(:
I'nnlinanlu In, lli nf Naw Vnrar RiUi j,
Niagara Fire Ins. Co of Mew York. K),u f
North Amer. Firs Ins. Oo. of New York.... 2A0.
Security Fire Ins. Co. of New York . 600
West Mass. Flra Ins. Co. of New York 1AC
MerohwU1 Fir Ins. Co. of New York.,.-.. 200,m
New York Life Ins. Oo. of New York $ I, $7,613
Charter Oak Lite lus. Co. of Hartford.
COnn HSSHSSHatMaNSSSSS 9m9 H..M... 47,I79
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FRUIT CANS & JARS,
The beat now (a us, and all
prepared for sealing. , ;'
Trade Depot for tha Wast, 1 i."
'' !4 Best r.erl-st., Oiucinoatl,
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Send tat a Trade Circular. Jf Ml
SOMETHING NEW UNDER JHE SON
. ' - MIWLT-INVKNTID
T KHS OOMPIilOATION THAN ANY
tt-A other oftered, dues three ur four kinds of worit
that bo other niacbiua oaa do.
At th Low Price of Thirty Dollars. ,
Can be had at 146 WAXNUT-8T.,
' 1 four doors below Tourth-st.
r Those who wish to buy .please call before purchaa
ing euwwuere. M. tt. HlDUll JflbUKU.
, OE'D SHOTOM S0TH$.
WOW IS THE TIMI
is your f urs aua wo
Tour Furs and Wnnlr.n
loods from these '''var.
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a I l-ubllc L.nJlPi,
mints." For sale by A. :
TH i.4K6SSTVAA.IlITT.I;; .TH
qltr, auu at vary low price.
A Great Variety of Parle Novelties.
J. LB BOUTILLIkB BEOg ,
i19-bwf . T a Wet rourth-stret.
1 ROOFINQ lROOPlNO ! i
raw miTOAi.T klatic mbtalmc
as. ntius irtuisenerea lotus puniicas tns bestaut
oheapeet Metal Ruof now used, its merits having beer.
stt.d tif an einerieuee of rears la this cltr and
tliiltr. Alipllod to flat or steep, old or new build
lugs. Ho eulder naed Aatened securely without ax.
posur to the action of the elemeuts.
,, ';''".' ,uni ihun ior snipmeDt lo any part of
th If nlted States, can be applied by any oawlth or.
dinary aiechauioai skill. Orders vroiuptly ailed. -
. myB-tf ; ' ' im West leond-strai.
U ee. Lafflie, St. Tlstephs, Cha
if? W""! k4!11' ?''1 j" '' " of ol"s uaJ-
saie, waoiuaue aua reuil, by
ad Branch )Mw West Fourth
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Vptt riuJiussf . fur sale. wl.uUKlo ai'iJ wutl, by
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