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THE DAILY,, lffl ESS.
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[From the New York Journal of Commerce.]
[From the New York Journal of Commerce.] MUSIC OF THE CANTERBURY BELLS.
Am t Breaming, through the gleaming ' ,
Of thle cnldeo summer day, T- ' '
Of fie ringing and the singing
.I ( .
ntr. w n toh-a bt tvir f
from tba old Cathedral's cloisters
From the tower, th. music ewvl Is,
And tha air Is full nf mn.lc "'
, AI the Canterbury Bel.
"f'ni the dawning of the morning,
O'er the lovely Knglt.h Isle.;
,' And rMiaAf.lna In the sunshine.
All toe Oroan prigm rouniry .miife.
rlghl the hedgerow, gleam wttn itmud,
And flown the dewv ul I,
. Wander. Id the chiming ehorus
Of the Canterbury
r And the gray old town aivnktng.
With the Token off the p; line,
Beenie the Mured .pell pnrtAkmic
of the bleeeed matin time;
Trend the aisles the fhlr-browed .lug.re.
Soft their pllvery choru. .wt-ll,
Arid o'er nil, I hear th ringing
... Of the Canterbury Bel I...
Then anon, the evening contotli. .. . ; .
" Bloh with sunset's niy glow,
- And the evening's pnrpl .rtariowa I' '
Psrken nil the enrth below; n
And the Temper ch I rue, soft stealing,
Still the nnine old story telle
Thnt la oeattirlne past trw mmrmured
From the Canterbury Belle.
Pat, I wake tie bat the dreaming
Thnt A morn like Ihii will bring,
Faint, and eoft, and mellow, beaming
Like the min.htne ol the r-priliK,
I am In a fairy palace.
Reared by V lorn'e mystic eptdN,
With each white end pnral chalice
Of the Canterbury Belle.
Twas a poet's mythic fancies
''r' ' - Thne to name these rpgnl flower.,
Looked he back. In raptured trancee,
, , To hie boyhood's dreaming hour.?
" ' When the chimes of Kngliuid hntiutM
All hie dream, with sweetest .pell.,
, And he beevil. Hire one encliautod
Sounds of Canterbury Delia. .
. Heart nf nrlnd. which thus ran waken,
Otilrk to uiind.-ef grief or cheer,
When then. fRlry belli are shaken,
Waking tonen for sown? to hear.
Wander .till acros the ocean. '
, Fraught with memory e .licit spells,
' Hear, a in the dim old clolttoi, , ,
. s-'i Bounds cf Canterbnry BelH.
The Horse and His Proper Use.
' Thar il in the following article so much
good, strong, practical common sense, miiv
Kled with a ge&eoning of humanity, go un
tuual, yet go necessary, that w comment! It to
more than ordinary attention in reading. To
ronng horse handlers in particular, if prop
erly regarded, its lessons will prove of grant
e" advantage. : That genial writer and true
friend of the horse, the late Henry William
Herbert, Is its author
, It is not, after all, every one who owns a
horse that knows how to use him, whether
for his own pleasure or the horse's, which is,
in other words, the owner's best advantage.
Nor, is it very easy to lay down rules bow a
. horse should be used, consiaVrintr the many
; different purposes for which horses are kept,
-, the difl'erent natures and constitutions of the
animals, and the diS'erent circumstances of
Horses : may, in general, lie divided into
two claeses those kept for work, and those
kept for pleasure. In the former cla.ns miy
be included farm-homes, stage, coach uud
omnibus horses, team-horses, employed in
t the transportation of good, and moving
, , heavy and bulky masses, carmen's horses
and lastly, the road horses of all professional
; men, who, like lawyers, doctors of medicine,
and the like, are compelled to drive or ride
, many noma r diem, regularly, in the per
, formance of their business.
In the latter class maybe included race
horses, carriage-horses, ur roadsters, and
. many other animals belonging to business
; men, which being employed during half the
, time or more in actual service, are ued dur-
: ing spare hours on the road, for purposes of
. With regard to the first class of these
burses, the exigencies of the business to
which they are aoolied arc for the most narl.
. such as to s upersede or override nil 'rule.
in some cases tlie natural hours of the dr
and night have to be reversed, and the nni.
inals are called upon to do their work hy
nigni, ana w rest aua teed by tiny. Under
these circumstances, it may be laid" down ns
an immutable law, that at whatever hour the
horses are to be worked, they must have full
time, beforehand, to dijrest their Ibod and
aien luev must, oe carelullv cleanerl. im.l
made comfortable; they must have sufficient
intervals fbr halting and baiting, on the rond,
roust be cleaned aud well fed during the in
tervals of work, and must have ample time
for undisturbed repose. The distance which
horses in perfect condition can go upon the
road, varies greatly with the powers of the
animal, the degree of pains bestowed upon
him, the skill of his driver, and the umouut
of his load, as well as the state of the roads.
But it may be taken as a rule, Jhat strong,
able boit'rg, of moderate speed, can travel
forty miles a tlav, with a moderate load,
without distress, tor many days in succession.
It may be observed, that it is the better wav
to start at an easy pace when on a journey,
to increase it slightly in the middle of the
day, and again to relax it before coming in
at night, in order to allow the animals to
. enter their stables cool, in good order, and I
ready, after a short rest and cleaning, to feed
with an anuetite.
It may also be observed, in this point of
view, iuai it is a miniAke u tancy umt uorses
are benefited by being driven or ridden very
slowly when they have a long distance to
perform. If a horse have to get over forty
miles in a day, the roads being good, the
temperature of the day pleasant, and the load
not excessive, he will do it with more ease
and less inconvenience to himself, going at
iua raw ui oeveu ur cigui miles an iiour, and
doinir tha whole diatjuipn in ficn n nlv k.,M
with a single stoppage in the middle of the
day, to feed and rest, than if he be kept pat-
tnrino' nlnniy ut. tlm rata nf ;.,, a:- 11
and be kept out of his stable, hungry and
uiinuy, auu leg-weary 10 riool, tor a longe
, ann-bornes, whose work is neeeuuirllv
slow and continuous, lasting ordinarily from
sunrise to sunset, with the exception of a
mid-day bait for baiting, are under different
circumstances, ineir work being nlwnri
slow, and rarely, if ever, severe, at flie mo
menu or lonsome, except from its lunr dur;
tion, they need not be subject to the same
cunauion as last, working horses, of beingle
long before they are put to work, and ill
lowed to evacuate their bowels thoroughly
before being harnessed.
They may, therefore, be fed and watered
at the last moment and put to slow work
immediately, and will rarely take harm from
traveling on full stoma he. In the same
manner, when they are loosed at noon-day
being rarely overheated, alter a slight rest
and a slighter rubbing down which, by the
way, they rarely receive they may take
mcii uim-uuy ieea witnout delay, and with
out tear ot evil consequences. In the like
manner may De treated carmen a horses, and
team horses, the labor of which is heavy and
continuous rather than rapid. All horses,
however, whatever the work tu which thev
are appueo, snould have ample time to ret at
nigui, ana suouia Be tnoroughly rubbed
down, dried, clothed, and made comfortable,
before feeding them and closing tl stabler
tor me nigni aua tne niore so, the more
tryinn the day's work.
With regard to pleasure horses, which are
usually in the stables, more or less, twenty
" ery twcutj-iour, wnicn are
only taken out for tbe gratification of the
owner at gucu time as It suits his humor or
necessity, they should never be taken out or
uriven last on full stomachs; which can
aiways ne avoided-Dy letting the groom know
id case that thev will he
unusual hour for an unusual work when he
can adapt bis feeding hours to the cireum-
nMuicev ot toe case. ..u-
When harnessed and ready for a start, the
driver should mouut his scat quietly, gather
nt reins, and get his horeee under way,
slowly but gradually, by speaking or chir
ruping to theui; never starting them with a
it ' 0"rlki" tlen with a whip allowing
tuein to Increase their pace by degrees to the
speed reqnirtd, instead of forcing it ou a sud-
UAf tax bctUr fo Tories to drrve them
steadily at a regular pace, even if it be ten or
twelve miles an hour, than Utsend tlasm along
DV BIS And atartu ..
' vw apmutug mem over I
the road at sixteen or eighteen miles, now
plodding aioag a eix or seven, and of two
pairs of horses, driven the same distance,
after the , two different methods, that
whioh is driven evenly will, at the end of
the day, be comparatively fresh and comfort
able, while the other will be jaded and worn
out. ' 1 '
In regard to punishment, the less that is
administered the better. A sluggish or lazy
horse mml, It is true, be kept np to his
dollar and made to do his share of the work,
or the free-goer will be worn out before the
day is half done; and for this the whip must
be occasionally used. Even good and free
going horses will occasionally be seized with
fits of indolence, at moments, induced per
haps by the weather, and it may be necessary
to stimulate them in such cases. Again, at
times when the road is bad, when time
pressps, and certain distances must be no
cnmnliahed within certain times, recourse'
must be had to punishment; as it must oc
casionally, also, in cases where the animals
are vicious or relractorv, and where the
muster must show himself the master.
Still, as a geneTal role, punishment should
be the last resort. It should never be at
tempted with a tired, a laded, or an ex
hausted horse: for to apply it in such cases is
an ntter barbarity; little or no Immediate
advantage is gained to the driver, while it
may probably result in the loss oi an ex
cellent animal. It is common to Bee horses
punished for stumbling, punished forstArting:
and whenever a new horse, which one may
chance be trying, starts off into a gallop after
committing enner oi tnese ottenses, one may
be sure that .he is nn habitual starter or
stumbler, nnd that lie has frequently under
gone chastisement for them, and undergone
it in vain. It is altogether an error to
punish for either starting or stumbling; the
one is the effect of fear, which can not be
cured by tbe whip, the other, in most cases,
of malformation or tenderness iu the foot.
which certainly can not be treated success
fully by chastisement, which, iu fact, aggra
vates and confirms, Instead of alleviating or
In speaking of driving at an equal pace, we
would not, oi course, oe understood to mean
that horses should be driven at the same unit
and speed over all roads, and over grounds of
nu natures, far lrom it, A good driver
will, while going, always, at the rato of ten
miles we will suj an hour, never, uerhaps,
have bis horses going at exactly the same rate
fur any two consecutive twenty minutes.
Over a dead level, the hardest of" all things
except a long continuous asceut of miles, he
win spare his horses, t iver a rolling road he
will hold them bind in hand as he crosses the
top and descends the first steep pitch of a
descent, will swing them down the remainder
niajiw:e wmcu win jump inem nan way up
tne succeeding nui; nno win eaten luera in
hand airaiu ana hold them'bard over the ton.
as we have shown before.
Horses fn work should be watered about
once, with not to exceed two auarts. after
every ten miles, or every hour, if one be
traveling fait: and if traveling far. thev
should be well fed once in the middle of their
journey. This point, however, has been
discussed already under the head of feeding.
iu iiusiug, rt c wuuiu anpr, always remem-
bcr. in usinor a horse, that it ran not h rinne
with too much coolness, too much gentleness,
too much discretion, or too much kindness.
There is no better beast in the world than
a horse, nor any one which, thongh often
most cruelly misused by man, so well deserves,
aud so amply, by his services, repays the best
Importance or Rhoouarity in Milking.
Mr. O. E. Hannum, a very successful dairv
raan of Por'age County, Ohio, a native of old
Berkshire, Massachusetts, names the points
of his management as follows: Good cows,
good feed, oooo? milking, good care and man
agement of the milk.' He puts "good milk
ing" in italics, and remarks: ''Each cow
should have a steady milker, be milked as
fast as possible, and 'all the milk drawn.
am satisfied that there is a loss of one-third
in many dairies, by the lazy, haphazard way
in which the cows are milked. I have
known persons sit down in tbe milk-yard and
go through with some long yarn, and be
from ten to twenty minutes milking one
cow, when it should be done in less than
Bwindin to EcLtPsi HiMHBLr in Dahino.
The Niagara. (.V. V.) Herald gays the rumor
prevails.thut Blondiu seriously contemplates
diving from the center of his cable in a life
boat mnrle for the esnerial pnrpnon, into l.
roaring Hood-tides and foam-wreathed rapids
of ihe river belowl He is to undertake this
dangerous experiment, not only from a de
sire of demonstrating whether such a thing
as navigating the rapids is possible, but from
the mere love of unhcurd of udveuture.
ATIWKKI' I, IN RV KR Y IIOI'HK FOH
uitiiiuiun m iiruitiirn, luja, tjtockitry, Uluenwure
Whnlnale Urpnt, No. 4 Odaritrnol, NPW York,
auuti-M air.nni ni'A Ijlil ?lll A CI).,
... . . rlos No. a.iri-t. N.-vt Yorlt.
rut np lor Iinalere In ru cnritiiiniiig r.,nr, olslit
AND CORRUGATSD IRON ROOFS,
IAW;ilKl AND FLAT,)
A " K flRKV AS WOOD, AND OUH
t ii.,uail.u t-,r u tapuble ol iippl iug any de
crrniatt-d Iron riueote conetantly on hnnd. of all
etriirtioiiM r,,r applying tlo-in.
I.an or.lere at Utt WmI Tblrd ut.
jnlo-ayfaw iHO.SELY aV CO.
HOUSE FOR RENT?
ADVERTISE IN THE
The Great Western Patent Combined
EOR WOOD OR CO A L-thr itau
conienlent, economical aud durnbla Cooking
fi7! ."!L. """"IT1 l""aioata, botele, re.t.a?
J !' IVT""". lui ' "ounen : and for cooking
and boiling water for a-aah or bath ... XT: !
Wara-rovus i-jk-i Walnut-.t
jnir - ag
3 l ECONOMY! i
SJ Save the Pieces!
T 'tJHOICEJ " ''' '"I
Iarvrpori-.lt?. 18If. flmrtrr rerpptnal.
Oath Capital Enlarged Half a Million
KHTABI.IHHKD TS CINCIN
NATI in aute-dr.t.nK all prwnt local
hifsTirnnc comDRiii. auu aeenc
9 ID (Ml
Id ui nu'-
hninfa .n tlii ry. TMrtv-fWe TenrV conxtani
duly Imis ronililnM with wealth, axperlrw, entiT-
friie mid liberH.it', eHprHa.lr commend tha f.inft
iiHiiranr Oompany n t.t favorable pntronaffC ot
li i cominun'ty utanriintt aolitttry and alone, tha
il fuirvimr aod living piuneer of Giuolnnatt uuder
writorn of lf2.
Tha largo. Iom tmr tiitaltivH hj any In-nranoa
cnninanr at one firs tn Ohio waa by tha jtitnn.at
tniilltcothn, April, ltm, aud amounted to $114,931 A7,
stoutly- paid prior to thirty dnrn aftr the fire.
JoeB pnid in Cincinnati during the ptwt tlx yearfl,
Cash Capital, - $1,500,0001
Absolute and unimpaired, with a net lurploi of
And th prwtlff nf forty -one yrant' RnrcatM and ax
perienca. Invefltmenta of
Over 1100,000 In Ohio Securities
riRR AND INLAND NAT10ATTON.
IUhe acoppid at lArtna connintot with anlvoncy
and Inir Droitn. Kuneiial attention irivn to luNiir-
anrttnf Dwvllii.KR and con ten ta for tcrum of ono to
Application made to any duly aothorlned auent
firompny aiionacn to. ny iirirt aueniMin n a ii kk
mat Inmiranre hu1nrN, thla O'imwny Is cn tId
o uiTer both indemnity fur tha pat and iwnriiy lor
the fiiloru. Foliciea iasuod without tlt levy by
CARTER 6c LINfSEY, A cunt a, ' '
No. 40 Mntn-itroet, and No. 171 Vinstreet.
J. .1 imoKICH, Agent, Tulton, 17th Ward.
P. BVHII. Aa-ent, Covinjrtnn, Ky.
Ml-ay V. P. BUOliAN N. Newport, Ky.
Devoted Sololy to Fire Insurance.
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS.
$ 8 O , O O O .
8. I.. President.
H. KELLOGG, Herretory
Thli well-known and reliable Corporation ccnttn-
nee, at ite Agency In thte-clty, to lemie PolicteeaKHlet
luee or damaKe by Flro, on nearly every deecriptlon
ii rrnMiiai prnppriy, ni current raiee.
Losses Paid at this Agency
J. J. BERNE, City Agent, 33 West Thlrd-el.
J, B. Mitars, HoUrltor.
JOE M. KENNEDY, Agent, Corlngton.
Branch Offloe Phoenix Insurance Co
33 Wat Thlrd-ltroet, Cincinnati, Ohio.
eT As- ute aDDotated. Louee adinatnd and naid.
rorrevj"dnre promptly attended to. Iueurauca
Dianae mrnifnen Amenta, and tbe bnHlneae of tin
C iIUHBf in tAa Wt.tirn. Xnrth-WAiir.rn nnd
we?t rn Ptate and Territoriee uuder Ihe aupervlaiue
bj mnanseoieni oi
H. H. oV II. M. MA GIU,,
iff-em I3ENEKAL AGENTS
National Insurance Company
Kf MAIN A
nu r nun T-BTU&JCi 0.
Marine, Inland Transportation
and Fire Risks.
T A IT EM AT omnnHT BATIta.
E. JU. fmllh.
lira. i"PWortk, I'hne. L. Moore, M. Ki-chvlmer,
V. X. Wiwlemer, TIk. Ong, 8 W. Smith,
J. L. Hone, Tli.w. 11. Biggt, llonry Mi..
, . .mini nimuui nit, i-roeiJont.
It. II. I'bnks, 8ecrotary.
n.m-lifm F. A. BPRIOMAN. Htirnryor.
Western Insurance Company
OK('IC:K IN THB HUCIIM) HTOI1V . V
No. a 1 rout.etreot, betwton Mala and Syra
This Company ie taking Fire, luland 'and klarln.
niRn. ni currtmi inn-, oi prpmilllll.
Iioeene fairly adjiutod and promptly paid.
T. r. Krkert, r. Ball. 8. W. Poinnroy,
I? 7; 'I1.' nn ,, X S- Whltrlmr, W. C. Mann, '
Bo .t. Mitchell, W. U. ti,.nutock, h. U. E. Htona,
Kobt. llurhunau, 1. 11. Hliaw, Go. titall.
Wm.Rcllnw, Ki-th Erane, J.H. TiaDe,
Pavid Gibeon, II. Brax-limauD, J. ti. Iibain.
U. Cluai wator, Thon. U. Klliutt.
- m T- EUKKBT, Preaidant.
BTBrniN MoHdg, Hecretary. nog
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
O. E. JVE WTON, Me D.,
f "sVFF"Imr,R Kit. OH It'CUnn uovi'timii
S, lwtuwD Vine hiiJ lUca'. Rtiidfnce No. I II J
Wist Bj'iitli-trict, Iwtweeit Vii.anl Kac. (Hlio
WILLIAM M. HUNTER,
(Succianor to Knowlton St Taft,
' 1 UN'INNATJ,0.
CINCINNATI FUEL COMPANY,
COAL-YARD AND OFFICE,
Hartford City -1
o o a.'iS'h, . ' .
IMJfered at tbe lowoet Oiarkn. rates.
aTVrders anllcltrd and promptly eiecntnl.
. a'-ay W. M. IIUBBELL, Hecretary.
Uanks's Bell andjrass Foundry.
lI.KBW OKKS, (f.,rInerly Ueor I,. Il.r.k.,) No.
KM,H KKPTCONHTANTI, VON HAND,
or made to order, ol any lw up to s.uuo ponnda.
nd Iu round u wanted. Kvery variety of Hnui
rdr. AUoou hand. Bal.bltt Mftel and SwIUr goi
ter, aud eyery elnncrlptioa of Kli.inhed prau Work.
Partiealarattentlonglyen to ht.arnlx.at Wiwk, eorh
f?.j r"'''-'ron Pipiua and t ilting, put up: Atnin
T i V "t!"!, M,alin farkiug, Whiatlea,
Bloemra, Knglun belle. An. r.aanr-bonr ( Wk.
all other varb lli-n alway.on liuu"
TI10MAH H U I H, Huirlot.udut.
1 iu n - c 1 u n ut l
HOOFING! ROOFING I
cln-api Ht Mntnl Kc,f now iukhI, It. menu having bono
li-ated by an .inorlem e of ynara In thla city and vl
elulty. Applied U Hat or atoep, old or new build.
Inge. No aotilur UMud lkjo,ii.,.l u..,irAi. -i.
poeura to the ertion of tin, lnneula.
..trr,f"A "''"nta, boi.d for .hlr.ii,, nt to any part ol
the United Hint en. run Iu. u n..l iJl h. JV.i
disary inechanlcal ekill. Ordm. promptly HI led.
rl-f laa Viaet BHOmdHltrnnt.
lBOOS a lajVIITXI.
Ne. west Faarlk-airecl. ,
AH NO W H KtfFIVINO A POITfONM TO
their larffn naantliuMUl uf UVmU,! I ,
Silverware aud Illauiouda. '
n.f.iL?i,-Ai RD M',"u'aol of rules' Tee eel aad
, mmM VfnHng
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AN INDEPENDENT NfcWSPAPER, .
"18 prtBUSHIO . ' ! ";
ton nor ncEPno.
n,ii:i3r sc Co.
SEVEN CENTS PER WEEK!
MA (LID AT
Three Dollars and a Ilalf a Tear
VINK-KT., BMTWRstN THIRD AND FOURTH
OPP. THK !ir4TOtI-HOUHB.
The Proprloti.rt of th tUn.T I'aium offr to (ho
ubllc m couipltA uwnpper, into which more nmt.
tor Is condffiiMod tlmD li contained In umo rinitfef of
much groater prrtensloni In ulao, mnd which tbff
furulnh vt a price that bringM 11 within the reach of
every wan and woman In Cincinnati, who aro able to
labor. '' '
We auk a fair comrarieon of the Past with tbe
other pa pore of thla city or of any othr city, and the
Jutlxnicut of our rnador whether we do not fu 111 lull
a papor equally attraetiTo at one-half, or lmw than
half the ooet or the other Cincinnati daltlea.
The Daii-t 1'rem, alnco It came tinder the preeent
managtmnt, ha liicrnaned rapidly In circulation,
and Iiaj now probably aa lnrgo a circulation within
tho city of Cincinnati aa any other Journal, and la In.
creasing at a rato equal to the mt aaiffiilne ex pec -tatluim
of its proprit(ira. 1 '
lTrnm its lurgo circuldtiou, and from Ita sfxa whlcl
uakf advertisement mitoh'mor eonifpicnniM than
they can -bo in tho larKe papora. Tna Pailt Pants
offnre the most Talnable adrortlslnB; medium Iu thi
city, lis adTHTtisluit lusinees has largely Increased,
and Its rohmins are a, respectable exhibit of the bus,
ute and en l?r prise of the city.' Its columns are at.
per 1 ally looked to for a large class of advertisement!'!
"Wanls" and "For Biile," and for servants, etc..
which altuoot Invariably bring prompt uuwen
Peoplo who are out: of . employment, or who waa
holp of any kind, can place their netda bofore thon
ands of the laborta or employing cluaaH by a twen
ty-fiTe-oentadvertiaeraentin Thb Dajlt Pbam.
TbeDailt Pnaaa hwi aiso a larger circolatlon b
Covington and Newport than the aggregate of all th'
other Cincinnati papers.
Business uivii to Ciuuinnatl can in no war Increwt
their business so eaatlf aud certainly m by advertls
Ing In this papr.r.
ll ttites can be easily astabilshed fur the Vm.il
Prrsb In any of the t.-wos within a day's din
tanco of Clnslunati by railroad, and carriers will And
thnt a little eueigf and labor will build np routes
which will be valuable Iu them; aud tbe great nam
btr of a one-cent paper that can be distributed In a!
most any twu, all) furnlabe haudsoiue Income to the
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tuwiw not yet occupied, with persons who rn fitmi.i
satl)(a't'jry assurancHS uf rharacter and rospoiui
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To aiiaoiirags tha fnrmatlou o t'liiba TWBLVlj
rArr.lts will tw atsut to cue a-Jiliua for NINE POL.
LAUH. and a groator stiotber is tbat ratio, i
Thi Wiekli Pssa, will ba s coiuplnto Fatullr
Journal, tend In tha mnrlt aod rariotj of its cod
tenta, to no pannr Iu tha countrr. Thla, aud tha low
nri'n at which la offered, eapnclallr to clnha, la as.
H" ld t (rive It a large clrculathtn, both North aud
ADVKRTISE IN THE
smmovku run a WBBT bixm-HTBSiT.
Family and riantatlon Sewing,
lROI! TIIR VKHV
M- mnniier In which our Mnrhines
1 nave neen re
ceived hy the public, resulting In the aale of up
ward of . . ,
We are led to lielleve that our endeavors to manufv
ture a ruliftblo Mnrhine have been appreciated. We
take this opportunity to remark that this policy will
remain anctmngrd, and that every Machine sold by
us we shall not hesitate to warrant in every respect.
The tlrover A Hakor Family Mitchine htm one ad
van t Hjro which It worthy of npecliil attention, In ad
dition to the beauty, si re n nth and elti Ity of the
stitch, and that Is, Ita adaptation to either '
Light, Medirtm or Heavy Fabric,
Benderlnii It, for Fnmtly Work, snpi.Tior to any other
Machine fn the market.
Mm hint of every pattern constantly on exhibi
tion, for tho convenience of purchasers. Young t-v
dies, experienced In the me of them, and courteous
In their manners, are constantly un hand to receive
lad) visitors or purtnnsers. .
KsTBENI) FOR A CIBCULAIt. -i
Q ROVER &c B AK K 31 ,
SKWINO MACHINE C0H '
58 WEST FOURTH-STREET
NEW STYLE I
Tba atteutlou or famlllM la now Cor the Drat tint,
tnbllrlr aaked If tha tnanufacturnri tu their see
Thar harn tubmlttnd It ta trial and the critical
jnilumentof tho brat mechanic, aud ezpurta, br all
ui wnura n naa unnn ooucedod to be one of the
BEST MACniXES IX THE MARKET
Thla Machine la now put before the nubile on IU
own merlta, anl will be round equal to the moat ex.
pensive machines, in all tba followlnc nurllcnlnrn
ana in aoma roapecU altogether aupeilor :
1. in altnplicity of construction and action 1
3.-Iu durability aud nou-lialitlitr to set ont ol
. In tho quality and amount of work which It
wilt do In a given time ;
..-Inthe racllltr with which it will work on all
klnda of fabrics, from tho coaxamt to tha Snaat
ciotns and texture ;
a. in ine raae with which one can loarn to use It
S. While with cbeapheas, combined with niml,
tence, and In tne eaao with which it runs, it is with
on. a parallel ;
. uotion.sns ana linen can be used from th
Person. In want of Machines ara re.nactfull. In
Ttted to call and examine ours before purchasing
Agenta, trarellng and local, ara wantnd to iull 11.1.
wuuiun .nrougnou. tne uuited Blatea.
W. E. BRAMAN & CO.,
COR. FOUUTII AND WALNUT,..
' t'INOINMATI, OHIO,
'',J yHBJ ' .j
HALL, CARROLL & CO..
Nos. IS and 17 En.t Columbluatrefit.
'r'uiloS'JfEM!? FIRM AND
-- UaUUUAI ' IVjr DA 1" 'I liA llAVat aflVsan
'ii, "UJr now 111 use.
LAKH to Anr ivranTi thitt u., nK .,, .1
tliow ti bIiihIo lmtunce wherela thev bavo failed tc
pri'wrio thtir coiitvntM.
Wltb UilB HAKR e rhallong all eomptHI(.n, m
bwinir the 1mm. Fir Proof, Bumlar Frtxif. or i.r
id Burglar IWf now madfiand am wIIIIik U,f H
111 ailV ONtst ll xlitl.fllt In that at..
filiiiK llrnt In fnrli-it lo the other the Hum of tSTtmu
Wb are Drepard to fiirnfrih a liottor M,.fa. unt . i.
jMt. thau anr other JQiauiilaoturxr la rUa Uultod
Feoonfl-hantl Hafegof othr mnkers also on hand.
Wft rMIMMltlllllv In Vita, rhs sant.l... - a..ll .
to uur itock before purcbaainfi elMWhara 1
HALL, CARROLL & CO.,
anil ar Nos. 10 and IT Beat Columbia street.
Do You Want
ADTEBTISE IN THE
4HiiroMAnr.i miiut aianuvao.
'rtiK.-.it .uit r.i
19 WKHT FOl'HTH-tlTDICaCT.
AMVIIi . Wi(JHJtBIBJl, Uutlar. apW ar
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UfAlOIBS'S P&BPAJIBD MI.U1I
PALDINe'4 PHHPiattP ai.gaTJ
ajrAI.DI!aH PRRPARIB OUCad
BATH TMH PIKCBK 5
"A slUaeai tm Tw Baswee Wlae."
As sooldenta Will sappan, area la wall rsgwlaasl
laaaUlaa, It at terp dedrabls to kaaa aoaea akaaa sa4
eoBTetrleaa war far repairing Farattare, Tore, Jraak
t. Ao. 1 ,
BPALDIRO'I FUBPaBID LDB ' '
Maata all anek amergewelee, sn4 BO kooaahoM 1
aBord to ba wlthnnt It. It Is alwars raadj aag ap as
tha atlokng point. There Is na longer s n.oiattt, aar
lira. log chairs, sptlatemd enaera,kiadlssaeolkiaa4
brokaa cradles. It (a I art tbe article tor con a, (hall
and other ornamental work, so popular wltk ladles
nf refinement and teste.
Thla admirable praparaUoa hi ease sold, being
Cham loan, held te aolnHas. and possea
telnat-l. analltlea of tha hast eaMnet-saakan' glee.
It star be bees la tbe plaoaof nrdlaar, mnollaga,
being raetur store adbeatra.
-I - "08IFCL IB TBT HOOTet
It. B.-A Brash aoooeipaalas aaoh bottia,
KVoaala. - , 1 1 j. -
Whelcwale Deaex, NavMsVuecTaH. N. V
Addrass H BMRT O. ajpALDINS SC CO..
Baa If e. ,C Hew Terk.
Pot np for Daalera la Oaaeo containing bar, algkt
and twelra doaen a beantlral Llthograpk Skow-cexe
acoempanylng each paokaa. , - j
V A alnglo packago of BPAbDIRQ'B PE
r ABKD OIjDB will eeae'tea Unas Its ooat saaaalli
lo ever, hooeebold.Bi
old br all prominent stationers, Drogglati, Hard,
wars anil Furniture Dealers. Oroosra sad Paaoi
Ooontry Merchants shoald stakes note of BPALD
INQ'B PBEPAB1D OLDB, when sukbag ap tkett
llat. It will stand anrellmaU. - 1
BPAi.DlWH'B PRHPARBD OliPEt
DBITUL III BVBBT BOD8B.
BPALDINO'B PBBPABBO OLOB.
' BOLD BT STATION IBB. -
" " BPATiDING'8 PBIPABCD OLUB," 1
HOLD Bt DBOOqiBTB.
KPAIiDINO'S PBBPABBD OLOB, '
BOLD BT HABDWABB DBALBBS.
BPALDIHS'B PBBPABBD OLOB,
B8LD BT HOUBB-f UBNI8HIHO BTOBBB.
BPALDINO'8 PBBPABBD GLOB,
BOLD BT FUBN1TUBB DBALBBS.
BPALDIHQ'S PBBPABBD OLOB, '
BOLD BT PANOT-OOODB DBALBBS.
BPALDINO'B PBBPABBD OLDB,
' ' ; BOLD BT 0B00BB8.
BPALDINO'B PBBPABBD OLCB.
BOLD BT OODNTBT MKB0DAHT8 OBNBBALLT
slsnnfactarad by 1
UKNBTO.HPAI.DING Ac CO.,
AN Odairxt., New Verb
Address Postoflea, Boa Ho. MOO.
Annexed la an Alphsaetleel Mat of Articles wbleh
If damaged, mar be restored to lb air orlsUial
strength and usefulness br
ftPALDlNU'S PREPARED GL.TJK.
A Mends ACCOUNT BO0K........
D.....ir.nn. I) t K h M. ..
I..Menci. INLAID WoBK.
J .....Miml. JAB8. ....,.. ..
K Mends KNOBS.... ..7.....
M..M.DtU HIRBOB FHAMKS...
N.M.nd. NF.WKL P0BTI)...
P.Mend. PI AN0-F0BTK9............
D Km.Ii rum . rniu.a .....
W....MDd WORK-BOX B8.,..,
ITl.linn . Duin'wt'u'n1 '
T..Meuds TABD-HT10KH 11'"
..tlnnds KEPHTs WnorvwflBST . .
"ofrfi'S'"' . "LDlrrej-a niBPABU
wv.us m uiowmnm ana Dooooia,
..Mend. UTRR Conrvinr.
Jd.nda PITOHIUS ..
..Mnuds AOCOKIlltONS ..
..Mends p.oniaaaoTrrs Uisaa. ..P.
S.....0I Mends OD N -STOUK H
.-4- H"n?' JH 00 L - BOOKS." ITr)
II. ....B U.nd. BULK KH.!Z1. V IZllL
U....E..Menda BLBoTaic.L M.ciliaMr...B.
I . P ISanda P. I' r I. II . ..'.1 n
lo.....R.m..M.nda RKjkett rnnMiTrTaii
lfi It. M.nrti EKAMEu niwiwd
12.....p.M.nds t3 KHK 8 :D
" .nenaa ULOHEg ... a i.
L Menda LOOBBNBD XBATI8 LZil
u..Mends CrBowTiaaD rcaaiToaa.D.. JO
M.n.l. . iu. u u ii',.. iT. ""--.-'
- Mends 0HKM8-B0ABDa
. M.nds BALRIOI8COPlS
.iimii 1111 1 1 at
.Mnds PIC'TDRB FBAMK8
'a. i.' 11 r. i A n 1 ta.,
Mends BUUOOL F D BN?TDBB'ILn!I
M.ndn PA RT A M MA n'nTi-""
tl Minri. Dli 1-r U .0
a..M.nd. 6 0 1 L L-W HE RL a!
(!........... U.ndr. WA8U STANDS.""
..Mends BBD8TB ADS...
Msnds tJUBbaMIN .
...llends BALLOl' BOXlS..
SV..... MAIlHd FIKHItHlnAIri
.....M.nd. H1NIIIUHHU 'T.
?f ..Mend. BLAU&-II0ABOB..
;......... Mends BASS-VIOLS
so.....Mend. B1LL1 AHn.DIIEH
wiiivuu. nyii n..incM...,...,...1
.Mends BOOT-GRIM 18 ,
...Mud. 0l.()(!K.t,Tsi8l'.nni "'"
w...i'iuu. unu 1 Lit EH..,
....Maud. OA M E K A8...
...neou. uil.l ltM.
It .......Mnds Dl A RIEH
77,....MMid. WOIIK-STANDB..... .
'....w. uicuui vinuM
....M.nda DOORM -
M......M.nda KI UK HOARDS..
...Menfta HAN III. Vm
...Maud. O VTTA P UUOU A.' WA BaV
...Mend. BBWINQ MAOIllNEB"
...MnnH pa n iti.u "
al....mww.Mend. 81 D Kilo A BUS
...-...Mend. WOODEN. W A lilt
100......ilBd. W ILLOW.WABaV.
BP ALDINO'B PBBPABBD OLOB.
BOLD BT BTATIONKBB. 1
vrALDlNGV PBBPABBD OLOB,
BTALDINOA PBBPABBD OLOB.
BOLD BT QBtKJKHJ.
. BP ALDINO'a) PBBPABBD OLDB,
BOLD BT .HABDWABB BTOBBB, '
BP ALDIBO'B PBBPABBD OLDB. ' 1
BOLD BT BOOBB-rOKNIMUINtt BTOBBB.
BPALDINO'B PBBPABBD at.ns
HENRY C. BPAIDIBO & CO,
d N CedartoatreMt. ajnn V. .
Address PostofDca, Box Mo. Ioa.
Pat as la eases oaatslnlna aitkan bh.w...
Twelra Doaaa each. A baauUral Utliograpfais
how Oard socompantaa each packago.
Pure Catawba Wine.
M1lT&A&T.!r,f? E1B.Y JHN B. STAB.
.1. i fcK of Mlllcreek 1 owiiahlu, aud not m.
cell.-.! I,j an, article in the niarknt. For le In aif.
Quantity b, ALllKlfP 110SH. ur
Bount.wa.tnarsar ntral-aveuiiaMf Big nth. :
Marg.ua and Bt ill; .'l ,!f eacoALu ii3.
r. aoi aaie, wuoleMilr ami retail, br . I
l.. n. a. . . A. MCDONALD A CO . I
.I'LX gBsnd Brauoh a.g frt.lJotu-th.sl. I
COLUMBUS AND XENIA
COLUMBUS AND XENIA —AND—
COLUMBUS AND XENIA —AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
COLUMBUS AND XENIA —AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON RAILROADS!
ON AND AFTER MONDAT, JUNE 11,
uaq, Train. wilTd.nart aa follows :
lltnn n'nd ft,
A. in. KXPH EhH Ftom Cincinnati. H.m-
sunn rium .'iiiviiiuaii. ii a m -Dot
For Hamilton. Richmond.
1 ana iiayuin irtpot r
Logan. port, Partnn, Ac.
Depot, and from uiuclnnati, Hamilton and Dayton
Poaot 'Jonnecta Tie Ooliunlm. and Cleveland ; rla
Columbua.. Crestline and PltUbure: Tl Colnmbua
aarl PlltAlmr. . i. .il..i.M llal.l.
and Bcnwopd; and Tin IJorimtiis, Belairand Pills-
w l'u . ..K..I-. n.i, ni, imnwnrn.
i30 A. M. KAPRICKH From Clnrlnnatl,
Hauilltoa and Darton Di-pot AIo nonnects at Day
ton forBprinaflMld, Urbane and 8andu.ky: and with
Dayton and Michigan Road ft.tr Tro,, Piqna, flldner,
Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago. Also tor Toledo.
Detroit and all points In Canada.
H A. 1I. From Cincinnati, Hamilton and Day.
ton De pot Accommodation for Hamilton and War
Btatlous : connect, at H.tnlltc-B for Oaford, 0.
I0A.M. K X PR BHH From Lilt I. Miami Da.
pot Connects Tla Columbus and Belalr and fien
wood; Tia Columbus, Belalr nnd Pittsburg; via
Columbus, Croslilna andfittaburg. sndTiaColum-
bnro;: alM fur Kprlnrfl.ld and Delawarn,
Af.tn 1. as
ItllVtrm llennt FalP Tl.Tt.in. ttnrinc.
field, Urbana, Beflefontalne and Kenton; alao at
Dayton for Columbus; oonnecta Tla Hamilton for
Blrhmond, Indianapolis, and all points Went.
HiBB P. M. From Cincinnati, HamllUm and
Dayton Dupnt For Hamilton and all War Station.;
connecU ai Hamilton for Oxford, Ac.
4 P. M. From Little Miami lfennt Annommo.
datinn ftir (Jolnmbna, stopping at all War Stations j
also tor Bprimzflflld.
P. M. From Little Miami Depot-Accommodation
for Xenia, atipping at Way Htatione.
6 P. M. EXPH KS.SFrom Cincinnati. Ham
flton and Dayton Depot For Troy, Pigua, Sidney,
Lima, Fort Warn, and Chicago ; also lor Toledo,
Detroit and all polnta In Canada; connects via
Hamilton for Richmond, Lofan.nort, Ao
11 P. M. EXPHKSt-5rom Little Miami Dn-
P it-Connect, via Columbus. Bteubenvllle aud Pitt.
nrg; via Colnmbua. Crestline and Pittsburg; via
Colnmbua and Cleveland; via Colnmbua, Delalr and
Beuwood; and via Columbus, Belair and Pittsburg.
SLEBP1NU-CABS ON THI8 TRAIN.
For all information and Through Tickets pleeas
apply at the Offices, eoutb-cast corner of Front and
Broadway ; west side of Vine-street, between the
PostoUce and the Burnet House; No. 1 Burnet
Home; No. S East Third-street ; Sixth-street De
pot, and at the East Front-street Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which if seven mln
otea laster than Cincinnati time.
P. W. BTRADFR, Ueneral Ticket Agent.
Omnlbnena call for passengors by leaving directioLS
St the Ticket OIBoea. p.i
COLUMBUS AND XENIA —AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON RAILROADS! COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
TPwPAf,'Y TRAIrS FOR tlN.
and 5i33 P. M.
Tliren dally trains for Louisville at 4i23 A. M..,
ti P. M. and 5'33 P. M. ,
One train for Evansvllle al 4r9 A.M.' ' .
The trains connect at 8t. Louis for all points In
Kansas and Nebraska. Hannibal, Qulnoy and Keo
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Viduburgl
Hatcher, and New Orleans.
One through tratn on Sunday at 3:3.1 P. M.
Returning, fast line leaves ut St. Louis, Snndra
StsS'p if A- M" rrWU' Cindsnatl at
Kxpreas train leaves Bt. Louis daily at TiltO P. M.
arriving at Cincinnati at 7i30 A . M
For through tickets to all points Weat and South,
apply at the office.: Walnut-street House, bo.
Sixth and Seventh -street.; No. 1 Burnet House,
corner eflloe; North-west corner Front and Broad
way; Spencer House Office, and at tbe Depot, corse.
and M-lll-streets. Omnibusosc
RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS
Cincinnati & Chicago
QREAT OJTTHonTE TO THE
.... DONLEIfH. '
Three daily thmuffh trnin. iw at.h n-. a
St tt A. M. and !.30 P. M. and e P. k. .
Tbrsnghto India, nutiolia vlttiou t
.., . Dinct Conntcllotu
At Blchmnnd. with f!lnelnn.i ...a rv.i i. -11
road, for Anderson and all points on the Bellefon.
tnlno Railroad I.I111,: Xnbniiin r. n
all point, on the Wabjah Valliy MallnJid.
At Indlanapo is for Terra Haute, Mattoon, Fans,
at. i.niii. ... Tiiinni. C...-.I in r J '
At Lafayette for Danville, Tolouo, Docatnr, Hnrlug
field, Naples, Qmocy, and Hannibal and Bt. Joseph
-. r .... -.nu... v-c i.iiai ta.u uui.
At Chlcairo fur Baclno, Kenosha, Milwaukle, La.
Iowa City 'rairto du CBIen, Rock Island and
The St P Sfl r.i. . 1 ji i J .
Loan.t . iVh ...oLT.n.",,?"
D.i .1 ;;r, . " .Tr v. ' uu vuriiuaraQ
!iT. AJ:t "'"nan, hi reap, reorla, Burlington,
dl"unci ' Gle,,ai DunleltU, making the
TWENTY-FTFE MllES SHORTER
THAN BT ANT OTHER BOUTX,
IOO MILES SHORTER
in A It VIA VHICAOO.
Fare as Low and Time as Quick
os uj aaj uiucr i.uuie.
Tllk, I. ATI-Ill. I. .lv . VA'.-.-m .- kl 1 1. .
Route, having aa favorable arrangement, with con.
nectina HiailiAiinTiiili.. U ,u n . i.
highly-cultivated country, with numerous towns
and villages, it otters tc patrons more pleasant acoom
nioilatlpu for safety, comfort and Intereat than any
other Route lor the above named point..
For Throueh TinkntA Mm, run 1. u- I 1 ...
sure and apply at
. T1UHHT OFFICES:'
1M Walnnt-atreet, between Fourth and Flfth-slrssU.
near Oibaoo House;
Nortb-eaat corner Front and Broadway;
West side Vlna-atreet, between Burnet House ana
Ciuciunati, Hamilton and Dayton Depot, Fifth and
Biitb-atreeta. D. M. MORROW,
w tt smiiu a n . onperiutendnnf
- ' ' "nnt rAanna- Agens.
ataromnlbuses will call for psecengers by leaving
their names at either of tha Ticket Ofllrea.
- vr. n. oaj 1 i n. Agent.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
tut and from all points in tha Weat and North-west"
lOaVA (Mill-ill II. l Amllm ' . V. - . . ... .. ... .
rrout-streeu " "
Aiitn a. af rsirinn mai, , . .
diatianolls at ll):7 A. M.J Chicago at 8 P. M.
ion A. M, Torre Haute aud Lafayette Aonout
ftion arrll,iatIndiuaupoll.att:Ml P. M
lMP',, ' Cs.nsrs attaxhed tu all' ulght-tralnson
oj.,JlUo,f,??. ,U" Uu""dh uh"I wlthort
air-Be sure yon are In tha right tlrket-offlce before
you purcham your ticket, su'l ssk tor tlckaui yia
Lijfcrencebnrg and Indianapolis.
ute " tuaa by any other
ilaifgage rherked through.
THRlllltlH TII1K IfTlT. a ....
tainwl at th. ticket offlceat Veneer Houa, corner"
North-we corner of BrciaJway au" Froit- No
N"rft"BalThlrdr?.rlr, "'a ti
aiVii H. 'n'rd-street. and at Depot Orbie. loot ot
Omnlbuiwa run to and from each train, and will
?'"1Br".J,, Bul' 'rSiis sit irteof Tho
'" in Vi I I V' v.ufJ, a vasiant.
73-TT"T'nvTt-4jJriltlaLI aiS. JJI1U1JML J
r j 1 v 1 1
Saddle, Trunk and Harness
M ANUPACTO n v.
I0'J Mala-strest, thrr. aoars abav. ThlrJ,
I.f t S,"l,HM1'SMKTn OR.
mt.nl :.T,. Ii"'"" In th. beat
......... '""'iyrr. aim. a tai
xags, m i
n u m. iriMt ..j I .1
.... .UM nia. i will aell a. low as