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TUBA DA T ..... ,....JTtT 10
A TORRID JULY DAY.
Though of the doggerel tort, 41mm wwinnex
praaalra of tha teaBparatwre or the iinleol nhoii,
and will be mstereologlcally appreciated by our
readers U !
'Twul rerr hot dev In the month of July,
The sun fairly hissed In au unclouded sky;
But a few Tentured out 'noath the wrath of its
In the hops to oool off with Ice-water and creams.
That very hot day in July. ,
Evert man that I net, I declare on my wml,
Soemed nothing to me but a walking clot tir-iK.;
Their clothos tosttlns wet at the elbows and
They looked like wet rag that were bung to the
That vpry hot day In July.
A maiden I 'met, with the nwi on hi-r a
Twas damaged, however, Dy many a
Where the drop, running down, lull the gem of
Exposed and betrayed by her owl fwnpimtlin.
That vary hot day iu July.
t saw a poor fellow, with shoes in his hand', : '
Half roaetml be mut me, and oatnw to a stand; .
bays I, "fx tt hot?" and Urns ariitwered Puur rut,
"fie labors yea betthfr belave 'Kb all that," ,
- . A eery hot day tu July. ,
Have T, "Vnt on your shoes, for the saveincut Is
Arruti. hvthe noWer. that Maine will I nut:
They're nie Sunday brogans, and the uuv.tlon is,
whether , ,
To blister me feet, or to burn np me leather:
Thia very hot day kit July.
I ate many iee-creame, on my stomach to thaw;
a .rora of ml nt-iulnn. t sucked thronuh a fitraw.
Till at length with the creams, with the juleps und
1 grew ehocking dirty and knew not the cause,
i'hat very hot day in July.
I was Inst to mvself fnr very brief time,
A atranft-ar to aentiment. reason, and rhvrue:
And whendlnner-stine came I was found by th
Snugly coiled np asleep In the re-frlg-or-a-tor,
That Tery Lot day to Jaiy.
JAPANESE TOMMY DONE UP IN
When lovely Tommy stoops to folly,
' And find., too late, how girls netray,
The Timt .hall make him melancholy,
By raeuiug lecluroeevery day I
Until at laat, redeemed from folly,
lie aatleth blighted to Japan,
To leave off lovintf pretty Polly, '
And bo like Pecksniff U he can!
'.w Tor VanUy Fair.
Interesting Account of Eugene Coulon—
A Prince of French Mimics.
A few weeks aeo. there died in the Hue St.
Honore, Paris, one of the most remarkable
men, in his peculiar way, that flourished
between the fell of one empire and the uprise
of another. This was Eugene Coulon, com
monly called Pert Coulon, who was a physi
cian oy profession, and the very prince of
mimics by nature and practice. What an
actor this man would sars made!
Born shortly be lor the close of the last ,
century, Eugene Coulon was destined by his
father, a provisional phnrmacien for the
higher branch of the profession, and was sent
to Paris to beccmo a doctor of medicine. He
had introductions to Dr. Alibcrt, who took a
fancy to him, and petted him very much.
Baron Alibert, who died in 1637 at the ripe
ge of seventy-seven, was noticed for his ability
by the elder Napoleon, who had read some of
his medical writings, and afforded him liberal
pecuniary, assistance toward publishing his
great folio work on Ducat's oj the Skin, com
menced in 1806 and com Die ted in 1820. with
fifty-one immense plates. Several editions
and abridgments of this book were published,
aud AHbeci's reputation mainly rests upon it,
though he was a voluminous writer, ez-
clusivelv upon professional subjects.
In 1803, Alibert was placed at the head of
tee Hospital en. bouis, especially dedicated
for the treatment of cutaneous diseases and
scrofula, lie continued here until after the
Restoration, when Louis XVIII appointed
him one of bis nhystcisns in ordinary, and
he was Boon after made Professor nf Materia
Medtca in the Medical School of Paris, and
nnaliy created Baron.
EuifciH! Coulon very soou exhibited
wonderful aptitude for mimicrv, aud here in
one oi Tne anecdotes told oi mm. it was
his privilege to accompany Alihcrt in his
clinical visits to the hospital. Alibert, we
ure told, sometimes exercised his urt in u
singular manner. At his hospital he would
occasionally stand at the door of a ward,
glance at all the beds, aud, without enterini;,
toint to each occupaut, one after the other,
saying, '"Ipeca, ipeca, ipeca," as many times
us there were beds iu the rooms. And ipeco
cuana was given to every patient. At the
next ward he would do the same thing, only
changing the remedy. Coulon was so thor
oughly master of the peculiarities of Alibert
that he, too, wonld sometimes show himself
at the door of u ward, and imitating the
voice, the face and manner of his patron,
would say: ''Ipeca, ipeca, ipeca,'1 so that,
when AUbert himself arrived, the nurses
would say: "Doctor, you have already paid
your visit," aud Alibert would depart, as
tonished that he had forgotten the fact.
Louis XVIII., from luxurious living, and a
bad habit of body, needed the attendance of
his surgeon every day. The famous English
physician, Radchffe, (who founded one of the
great libraries in Oxford(, was culled in, oil
one occasion, to dress the ankles of King Wii
liam the Third, greatly swollen with dropsy,
and when asked what he thought of them,
bluntly answered, "Why, I would not have
your Majesty's two legs for your three king
doms," a remark which cost him a royal
patient, for the King never again would see
him. Alibert was much more polite. lie
personally attended on the obese Bourboti,
and dressed his limbs with his own bauds.
The only assistant he employed was young
Coulon, who held, the requisite banduges,
ointments, Ac, on a silver tray, by his side.
Possessed of no small degree of literary taste,
the King took a fancy to Coulon, who had
been well educated, and had a lively turn for
satire. Besides which, the A thenaum say s :
Alibert had mentioned to His Majesty thepe
culiar talent of the yoanor assistant for imita
tion, a proof of which its possessor itnme-
Loui6 XVIII shouted with laughter, and
from that time Coulun was everv dav riil.e.l
upon to shorten the tedious and sometime
painful operations of the surgeon bv hi,
genius for mimicry. He found plentv of prac
tice among tne courtiers and court ladies, in
attendance or waiting for audience, whom be
encountered on his way to the King's Cham
ber. His Majesty would ask him whom he
hod met, and Coulon, without answering,
would copy tha face, gesture aud walk of eacli
person. "Ah, yes," the Kiug would exclaim,
lauKhinu. "that is verv srood: there is 11
Laine that it M. de Cages the Duchess de
Blacss M. de Serres." and he would laugh
until ha eried. ' Bis faculty of imitation
extended, like Garricks, even u fir u
to enable him to make up his features into a
striking resemblance of persons whom he had
knowa. Tber was jio good portrait of H.
de Vllle. Coulon one day remarked this to
Grot, saying that tha subtle) and malicious
expression of the Minister ot Finance had
never been reproduced upon paper; be at the
same time put the desired expression into his
own features, Gros waa struck with the re
semblance, and made Coulon sit to him for
tne best portrait of M.tie v llle extant. There
is also a portrait of M. Thiers and of the Count
Hole, lor wmcn uotiion oat, -.
Steamboat Robbksy and DsrtvrjON 0
Tuiif Jumps Ovireoahd Truibl Fiobt.
Two thieves taoK deck nasxaise. at 8k Lnuia
on the Louinana, for ilanmbal, Thursday
evening, end two more at Alton. About
midnight they robbed4ne of the naasenireri
of 920, but were detected. The boldest of
them, one Jim Mason, a notorious aooundrl.
mode his escape by jumping overboard, and
wae not eeeu ai'-erwaro, tne noat passing on
without ItoppioK. The others ware die.
armed of tbsir Bowie-knives, when a terrible
fiirbt ensued between them and tha anraiarf
passengers. The clerk, Mr. Oonelly, mixing
m toe mejee. got one oi uis- sand severely
cut. The robber got badly beaten and used
up, and were put ashore near the mouth of
-l. Tin nr. . . , . . , .
tue luiaois iviver, .tu poauer in tne aeaa 01
niirnt over toeir dark deeds of rascality, and
carry tome of the marks they received to
tnsir graves. .,., oir .'.
.A young man, Electtu Fancher, commit
ted suicide, recently, by banging himself in
a bora, near Oicero, N, Y., ou account of 111-
neaita. ...... .
Miserable Maxims for Married Women.
unmarried woman who can read this
Without Indignation ooght o be married:
Let every wife be persuaded that there are
ways of governing a family. The first
hy the expression of that will which
Belongs to rorce: tne twjconu mo j.ov. .
mildness, to which every strength will yield.
is the power of the husband ; a wife
should never employ any other arms than
of grntleness. When a woman ac
customs herself to say, "I will," she deserves
lose her empire. .
Arnid contradicting Tour husband. When
smell a rose it is to imbue the sweets of
we likewise look for every thing that
amiable in woman. noever is oueii con
tradicting feels Insensibly an aversion for the
person who contradict, which gains strength
lime, ana, wnniever oe ner goou qualities,
not eaflilv destroyed.
Occtitiv vourself onlv with household
affairs; wait till your husband confides to you
those of higher Importance, and do not read
lectures to biro. Let your preacmntrs be a
good example, ana practice Virtue yoursclt to
inaKe nun love witn it.
Command his attention by being always
kinH tn him never exiurt any thino; and vou
attain much; appear always fluttered by
little he does fbr vou, which will excite
him to do more.
All men are vain ; never Wound his vanity,
evcn'in the most trilling Instances. A
wile tuny have more sense than her husband
but she should never seem to know it.
When a man irives wrong counsel, never
feel that he has done so. but lead him by dc
grees to what is rational, with milduc9S and
irentleness : when he is convinced, leave him
the merit of having found out what is just
When a husband is out of temper, behave
oblieinclv to him : if he is abusive never re
tort, and nerver prevail over him to humble
Choose well your friends, have but few, and
careful of following their advice in all
Cherish neatness without luxury, and
nleosure without excess : dress with taste.
particularly with modesty, vary In the fashion
your dress, especially as regards colors. It
gives a change to the ideas, and recalls pleas
ing recollections. Such things may appear
trifling, but they have more importance man
Jiever be curious to pry into your husband'
concerns, but obtain his confidence. Always
pruservo economy, avoid beingoutof tenipef,
and be careful never to scold; hy tais means
will Und bis house plensanter man any
Seem always to obtain information from
him, especially before company, though you
mav pass yourself for a simpleton.
Never forget that a wife owes all her im
portance to that of her husband. Leave him
entirely master of bis own actions, to go or
come whenever he thinks fit. A wife ought
make her company amiable to her husband,
be will not able to exist without it ; then
will not seek for pleasure abroad, if sbs
does not partake oi it witn mm.
INOINIOCS MACH1NB TOR MlLKItiQ Cows.
The New York Evening Post thus describes
invention for this purpose, patented by L.
Colvin, ot that Btate: "r our socKets re
ceive the four teats of the cow, and the
operator, seated beside the cow, with the
puil between his knees, works two small air
pumps, one on euch side, which drain the
teats by a process like that of nature,
drawing out the milk, and releasing the
teats, alternately, by short intervals of suc
tion. This method has the advantage of the
common one in cleanliness, and a still greater
advantage in expediency, for it milks threu
cows, at least, in the time which would be
needed for one if milked bv the hand. A
friend who has tried the instrument on his
own cows assures us that the experiment wits
hitrhl V satisfactory. Tbo animals did not
seem to be incommoded by its operation, or
to dislike it any more tlinn tne usual way.
A Wohan's-Riohts Woman and her Nbw-
born Babk. Mrs. Dr.LydiaSayre Hosbrouck,
who edits the SibuL and has taken a short
vacation lately, seems to be a good deal better
than could have been expected. She makes
this "personal explanation iu her lost
Above all fruits, plants and flowers, we have
another little nursing-plant to tend and
nestle to our lrearts, in the shape of a little
boy ten days old, who lies quietly sleeping
near us as wc write this. A blue-eyed, lair-
skinned. eoldcn-haired and tender plant, be
seems to meet tbcrougliness of this world in
striking contrast to our dark-eved little
Daisy, 'whose place horo seeui3, if possible1
more vacant now. that the little brother she
so often asked us to get her has come among
us. . i
Two brothers, named Priest, were arrested
Royal Oak, in this Stute, on a charge of
murdering the futher-in-law ol one ot them,
some six montns since.
MTHE FUL IN KVEIIV HOUCiF. FOII
meudlug Furutture. Toys, Cruckory. talaasware
wnolesale llepot. Ho, IS t'eilar-street, new York.
Address UEMtV C. KPAI.DINU A CO.,
Put un for Dealers In ca.es contninlne four. rlulA
and twelve doxon s beautiful Lithograph Show
card accompauyiug each packrtjfe. de21-ay
AM) C0RB10ATED IRON ROOFS,
' (AIICI1ED AND FLAT,)
ARE A3 CHEAP AH WOOD, AND OI7K
manufactory is capable uf supplying any de
mand. Corrugated Iron Sheets constantly on hand, of all
sire., painieu ann reaoy ior enipnieni, Wltu lull in
ructions for annlvlna them
Leave orders at tttt West Third st
AIOiSEIaY oV CO.
II. P. ELIAS'S
K'V,;- ; NEW WHOLESALE
Watch & Jewelry House,
18 West Fourth-Btreet,
IITHEHK CAN BE HADETERY ARTI-
Use prl., for CASH, thau has over belore been odsred
iu tni mai aew
GIVE U A CALL,
Aud see fry yinreelves. sett
The Great Western Patent Combined
lsSS Ifi 1
S amTSStSJSielStlK T;
IVIR WOOD OR C O A Ia-THOfOT
S. oonveslent, eoonoasical and durable Cooking
,,w. iu.eii.eu lor siaMimiaoaKS, oomis. re.
MBU. twanlU. ..a - ' - I ' .
aud boiling water tbrwashor satfa rooms In Urge
J: Save the Pieces! "iv
S I llll'lll. It I .tL
r . v.
Ju.uutlHSIU B4U01U1US . OMf 1 Hl.B I, U7 III. Sail
re. Bj. V. BASBlNOitoTMauufacturer,
, , VYara-room il'A'i Waluut-st.,
M-T Oinoinnatl, Ohio.
, , - ,.
Iacarvsrsteel 181f.-rtsr PersetssJ.
Cash Capital Enlarged Half
KNOT KSTABMKHKI IN CINCIN-
IATI In anto-datins all present iocs
iiiee compauie. and aaenciea In the In.nranci
m in tlii. cit. Thlrty-Hre yearn' eon.unl
hii.ln.we in ail In cite.
lere, combined with wealth, experience, enter-
prlnn and' liberality, eepeolally commend the Mtn
f b,nnui, tl. tnvor.lilA natronaae ol
this commnnlty-etalidllis solitary and alone, the
sole nrciTor and living pioneer of Otnolnnetl nnder
wrltere of 1. . , . .
Tha largeat lone ever aurtalnod by any Insnranoa
company at one tire In Ohio was by tha tnj, at
Ulilllicothe, April, HUM, and amounted to 1114,1131 07,
nioatly paid prior to thirty daya after the lire,
i lioeaos paid in Cincinnati during the pnat six rears,
Cash Capital, - - $1,500,0001
Absolute and unimpaired, with a net surplus of
Aud the p -Milne uf forty-one yeari' neceea and
ptrriouce. IiiTeetmenta of
Over ,100,000 In Ohio Securities
rtDi Ann mi.iNn st a vitlATION.
Bl.ka accepted at term consistent with solvency
ini- ....Hi. tr.necl.l attention aiTeil te Inaur-
anee of Dwellinga and content, for terms of one to
ire years. . . , . .
Application made to any duly antliorlaed asent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit,
(mate In.uranre business, this Company la enabled
to offer both Indemnity for the past and securiif ol
tbe luture. ruuow usuw .iuju,wii.i w
CARTER dc L1TVDSKY, Asresta,
No. 40 Hain-ltreet. and No. 171 Vine-street.
J. J. HttOKKB, Agent, Fultou, 17lh Ward,
P. BUSH, AKent, CoTingUin, ay.
fell- U. P. BUCHANAN, Newport, Ky,
Devoted Solely to Tiro Insurance).
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS,
$ 45 8 O , O O O .
S. I.. LOOMIS, President.
H. KELLOGG, Secretary.
This well-known nnd reliable Corporation contin
ues, at Its Agoncy In this city, to issue Policies against
lossordamaitebyKIre, on nearly eiery description
of personal property, at current rates.
Losses Paid at this Agency.
- J. i. BKBNB.CHy Agent, 33 Went Thlrd-st.,
i. B. Misuse, Solicitor.
JOE M. KENNEDY, Agent, Covington.
Branch Office Phoenix Insurance Co.,
33 West Third-street, Cincinnati, Ohio,
atae- IdiiiiIi annolnted. Losses adiusted and paid
Correspondence promptly attended to. Insurance
Blank, turulahcd Agents, and the business of the
C -nipany in the WeKtern, North-western and South
western States and Territories under the superviHiun
and management ot
R. H. eV H. M. MA GILL,
joZT-om GENERAL AGENTS
National Insurance Company,
' CINCINNATI, OHIO.
OFFICE SOITTH-WEST CORNER OB
MAIN AND FBUNT-STBGTS.
Marine, Inland Transportation
and Fire Bisks.
TAKEN AT CURRENT RATES.
John Burgoyne, K. 11. Smith, Bohert Moore,
Wm. liepworth, Chue. Ia. Moore, M. Fechelmer,
f. X. Wledemer, Thoa. Ong, S. W. Smitaa,
J. Ia. Boas, Thos. B. ltlnirs, Henry Kills.
JOHN BUBGOYNJi, President.
IT. 3. TJENKS, Secretary.
noS-bfui P. A. HPBIOMAN. Surveyor.
Western Insurance Company
I OF CINCINNATI,
OFFICE IN THE SECOND STORY B
No. 2 JTront-tlreet, between Alaia and Sycs-
This Company is taking rira, inland sna marina
Bisks at current rates of premium.'
Aaosaes lairiy aojusieu aua promptly paia.
. F. Eckert. F. Ball. 8. W. Pomeror.
Wm. Glenn, W. O. Whltcher, W. O. Manu,
Koht. Slitcneil, w. u. msuacK, la. u. n. oione,
Robt. Buchanan, C. U. Sliaw, Ueo. Stall,
Wm.Sellow, Seth Evan, J. H. TualTe, .
David Clhson, II. Brachmann, J. O. IshSu.
11, Clearwater, Thos. B. Klllolt,
HTSPnBH Moass, Secretary.
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.,
OFFICE NO. 00 WEST 8EVENTII.KT.
betaeeu Vine and Kuce. Kesidence No. ltlU
West Seventh-street, between Vlneaud Race. Otlioi
Sours T,i to MS A. M.; I '( to 3S P. M.; 7 to 8 V. H.
WILLIAM 31. HUNTER,
(Successor to Knowlton A Tstt. i
ATO. H WEST FOrRTH-BTHEET, BB
aVS TttSSS WiliHUl SOU 11911.
CINCINNATI FUEL COMPANY,
COAL-YARD AND OFFICE,
N. 103 THIHU-HTHKKT
VOI'OlIIOUKN Y WINIVREVK,
Delivered st tbe lowest market rate.
sasrOrd.ra solicited and nrometlv executed. '
Uanks's Bell andBrass Foundry
NILE8 WORKS, (formerly Creorctj L. Hanki.) No.
1,1 fteut oioona-wreil Jincinnau.
nBIXH KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
wr nmde to order, of auy iie up ta 8,uoo puuua
and In cbimes w waiitoa. Every variety f Unuti
Work aud urn and Compotiltldn tating mau
ordAr. Alo ou Lund. UtkLbitt Motel svnd SiMlur Sol.
dar, and tnrry tfeKriptioo of IujjW fitutt Work,
IRON PIP BAND mii . . S.
iPrtlcuiaratt.ti'jft rtvwD to brramboftt Work. uch
at Vroujfht-trtn Yiviug and V ltd up put up: Stean
and Water Otusu. fietalio Pack)
bluwerg, ICnfloa Bella, Ac. Laser-)
allothvr varletlNi alwuyi .jd hand.
pevr UVCK9 Ui
TliUMAH riBTll, SuperlDteudent,
1 ru n-oi""uiw i
ROOFING I ROOFINQ1
TnE orTCALT ELASTIC MKTALLI
UOOFINU li ufTeredto the nubile aa the Goat au
olieapeiit Mutal Koof now wmd, IU maiita harlnfr .hmb
teoted by ao experleuc of rears la thi city and
ic or yara in tnu city ana ti
flat or atup, old or new build
unity. Apputa to pat or ttwp.oui or new vuua
luM. Mo solder used fturt3ned ecnrely without az
ausura to the action of the elements..
rreuarmi inwii, uuiou lur witipsuria ut any par,
cha United states, can b aonl utl bv
United etatta, can b applied by any oae witoor-
Unary OavarJiAPioal ak IU. Orders pfniptlr fllled.
na WMt yTts,-irt r
Aii b now n rtmrrrsq -dditionh
thnlr Urae aaaortiMtU oi W4ihtMt Jawatry,
ailvAnssH a.tsl Is4&.nn.s..l . ,
A LttO A flua aaaortiuaa of aUU4 Ta BaU
viiwioiy u vywn-a4assMa. . , .
TP XX 2
is Publish id '
;:' SURDHTS NOT DCEPTtO', "
XX. XitI3EI Ac Co.
SEVEN CENTS PER WEEK!
Three Dollars and a Half a Tear
VINI ST., BETWEEN TUIBD AND FODBTH
OPP. TUB CUHTOM-HOUflB.
The Proprietors of the Daih Pasm offer to the
ubllo a complete newspaper, Into which niors mat.
Ir is oondeneed than is contained in some dailies of
much greater pretensions in else, end which they
furnish at a prlcarthat brings It within tha reach of
every man and woman In Cincinnati, who are able to
We ask a fair comparison of the Paaas with the
other papers of this city or of any other city, nod the
judgment of our readers whether are do sot farntsh
a paper aaually attractive at one-half, or less than
half the cost of the other Cincinnati dallies.
Tas Daily Pbess, since It came under the present
management, has increased rapidly Ta circulation,
and has dow probably as Urge a circulation within
the city of Cincinnati as any other Journal, and la In
creasing at a rate eqnal to the moat sanguine ex per.
Utious of its proprietors.
From Its large circulation, and from lis sine which
makes adrertlsementa mnch more conspicuous than
they can be in the largo papers, Tas Daily Pases
offers the most Taluable adrertlslng medium In this
city. Its advertising business has largely Increased,
and Its columns are a respectable exhibit off the bust-
aeea(and enterprise of the city. Its columns are ae.
pectally looked to for a large class of advertisements oi
"Wants" and "For Bale," and for servants, etc.,
which almost Invariably bring prompt answers.
People who are out of employment, or who want
help of any kind, can plaoe their needs before thou
sands of tbe laboring or employing classes by a tweli-ty-nvo-cont
advertisement In Tbs Daily Pans.
Tni Daily Puss Las also a larger circulation In
Uovlngtou and Newport than tbe aggregate of all tbe
other Cincinnati papers.
Busineas men In Cincinnati can in no way inorease
their business so easily and certainly as by advertls
lag In this paper.
Boutes can be easily established for the Dailt
Psess In any of the towns within a day's die
tance of Cinelnnatl by railroad, and carriers will llud
that a little energy and labor will build np route.
which will be Talnable to them; and he great n am
ber of a one-cent paper that can be distributed la al
most any town, will furnish a handsome Income to tbe
We are ready to make arrangement for route tu
town not yet occupied, with persons who can furnish
satlslectorr asaqranees of character and reaponsl.
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Foreign an Domestic News, Litera
ture, Science, The Arts, Com
merce, AgTicaltare, Me
EVKHY T II UH8UAY
COIHMENCING AFRIIa 11,
OFFICE OF TUB DAILY PRESS,
Vine-st., opp. Custom House
REED & CO.
One Dollar a Tear.
I N AUVANCK, ,
To eucourase ths Jbrmatlon e Clubs TWELVE
VAPKBU will be sent to one address fur MINE DOL
LABS, and s greater number In that ratio.
Tu Wsiut Pass will bs s complete family
Journal, seoond In ths merit snd variety of It con
teute, to uo paper In the country. Thia, snd the low
pries st which I offered, especially to clubs, 1 ex.
pec ted to (ire It s Urge circulation, both North sni
loutb. 1 . . , i. m '
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IJHOM THE VERY FLA TT ERINfl
' uiHiiuer iu wliirh our Machine have been re
ceived by the public, reeulting in the eale of up
Porty arjrxossjrxci, ,
We are led to believe that our endeavors to manufac
ture a reliable Machine have been appreciated. We
take this opportunity to remark that this fftillcy will
remain unchanged, and that every Machine sold by
us we shall not nesltAte to warrant In overy resperu
The Grow A Baker Family Machine has one ad
vantage which is worthy of special attention, In ad
dition to the beauty, strength and elasticity of the
stitch, and that Is, Its adaptation to either .
laiffht, Me&tam or Heavy Fabric,
Hindering it, for Family Work, superior to any other
Slaeiitne in tno niaraot.
Muehlne. of evitrv naltern cnn.tantlv nn exfllhl
tton. for the convenience of nitrcliaeere. Toons La
dies, experienced in the use of them, and courteous
In their manners, are constantly on hand to receive
lady visitors or pnrcnaeers. . m
StsT SEND FOB A CIRCTJLAB, "Wl ,
t HOVE li J& U A. IC K 11
BEWINO MACHINE CO.,
58 WEST FOURTH-STREET
OT. E. Braman & Co.'s
; NEW STYLE
The attantlon of famlllos ts now for the first time
publicly asked by tbo manufacturer to thalr new
style of "
They bare submitted it ta trial and the critical
judgment of the beat mocbanics and experts, by all
of whom It has been conceded to be one of tha
BEST MACHINES IX THE MARKET!
This Machine la now ynt before tbe nblieonlts
own meiita. and will be found-etnal to the moat ax
penslro machines, in all tha following particulars,
and in some ressMcts altogether superior t
L In simplicity of oonstructlon and action ;
y. In durability aud non-liability to get out ot
In the quality aud amount of work which It
will do In a given time ;
sV In the facility with which It will work on all
kinds of fabrics, from the coarsest to the finest
cloths and textures ;
6. In the ease with which oue can loarn to use it
a. While with cheapness;, combined with excel'
lence. and in the ease with which it runs. It Is with
out a parallel ' ,
'.Cotton, silk and linen can be used from the
original spool. . .
Persons In want of Machines are respectfully in.
vitod to call and axamina ours before purchasing
Agents, traveling and local, are wanted to sell this
machine throughout the United States,
VV. E. BRAMAN & CO.,
3Vtolociozn X3vs.il acllxAtc,
' ' COR. FOURTH AND WALNUT,
mall s IJINCINNATI, OHIO.
HALL, CARROLL A CO.,
Nan 15 sind IT Kaat Coin mblat-at reel
fWllfB MONT FEI.lARTaE FIRE AND
M. aHUItUtsAK BA JS. TLef Ui
more ant I faction Lliau anr othar now In Urt
W oftar a reward of ON K Til Oil SAN D DOL.
show a single Instance w heroin thay havo failed is
preserve their con tun ta.
With this 8AFE we chalUnfte all competltloti. at
beinir the best Fire Proof, Bur.Tlar li(ut, or Flrt
and Burglar Proof now made; ao l are willing to tost
with any establishment In the union, and the party
la i ma- nrm n lorieit to tne otiier tne sum or 2.000.
Wa are taronared to fnrnish a better Bale, and at feat
cost, thau any other manuiatuMr in the lnited
OiHITJB. ; ( ; 1 ,
hvoona-nan saiee or otner makers also on nana,
We rtsspecttiilir Invite the public to call and exai
lna our sock before purchasing Ue where. M
HALL, CARROLL a CO.,
soli ay ' No, le and II Bast 0olsmbU4trst,
Io' You. Want
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PAlaPiatt'a PaiPaUUtO 8LUJII
r SPALDING'! PrcPiiE9 GLTJatt 1
SPALDING'S Prl ttPARED GIAJW
! ,, SATE TUB PIEDEW -,) ,t
BCONOMTI ' PISPATCBU
; snr "A CttUoh la Tims stswss Mass." "SaSl
As soelAessi will hapsra eves la well -vasal I
fwiiLM tan Sastrable te ti.es lesM sheev Ssai
tontmlest warier repairing Iu.sltmro.ToTS. OrsskJ
irAfaDIraO'S PKEfAllID OLU1
Meets sll osoh smeisssotes, sad so sweashsM ssa
altord t bs wttbost It. It k slwsy rsssy ssc as t
the stlckns point. There M ns lonser s saoaamty tas
tlmstnl cbalra, spllntsM veneer, hessiess saii savs
broken eradles. It ts rtrt ths article tor sens, be
snd other otbssmbIsI work, as sopslawwital ladles
af raSaawnant and Saste
This admirable preparers sols, sets
ebeBloallr held Is solntlen, ss4 loisissbafsl
valuable qoalltla of the best esblnet-assksri 1bs.
It may be used Is the lo of ordinary aiucuaare,
belns Tsstbr more ad heel vw. i
"DBErnia 11 STSII stuusav-
B.-A Brvib aeoompaale sss boAUs. ' Tftm '
soent. . '
WhslssssJa DsawS, llsaswsMewaVT
Address HBNRT CMAUBIKO CO.,
. i Bss Ns. 3,000 Flew srfc.
Put a nr Dealer te Oases ecntalnhu! rssA slf It
and twelve doaen-s besaUtal Llthofrssk Bbow-oard
ST A stroll psskaa of BPALDIBa'l PSV
PABED OLU will savs tea times Its east sna salty
so avarr household, "east
Bold by sll prominent audoaere, vnatmt, Mars.
are sns rami rare Dealers. Oraosrs and Fancy
Ooantrr sterohssts should tasks s sots of opal, if.
IRS B PkEPABED OLD1. when tisklntsstheU
llat. It will stand any ellmats. :
SPAIaDINCCS rRBPARBD OlaPKI '
DBirOla lW BVBBT HOTJBC
BPALDINO'S PBEPABID OLBB,
- BOLD HI BTATIOBEBB.
BPAIaDIHO'B PBBPABED OLDB,
BOLD BI DB0QO1BTB.
BPALDINO'S PBBPABED OLVJB,
BOLD BT HABDWABI DEALBB8.
BPALDIHO'B PBEPABBD OL0B, .
OLDaBT HODBB-rCBMIBHUlO 8T0BBS.
BPALDINO'S PBBPABED OLDB,
BOLD BI fOBNlTUBB DEALEBU.
BPALDINO'S PBBPABED OBUE,
BOLD BT FAMOT-OOOD8 DEALEM.
' BPALDINO'S PBBPABED OLTJB,
" BOLD BTOBOOBBBa .
!' BPALDIHO'B PBEPABBD OLTJB.
BOLD BI OOUNTBY AfEUUUAsITB QENKBALLI
HBNRT O. SPALDING V CO.,
tsCtsmi, Nsw Vara.
Addrese Psetsfltss, Bos Bo. S,aoa. v
Annexed I an AlpbsbeUoal List of Articles wblob
If dameied, may be restored to their orurlnsi
ttratuttb snd ua.folnee by
SPALDING. PRKPARKO QlaVR.
&...1ds AOOOTJtlT BOOKS..
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Slend. BUBKSUS.,,.. ,
..Mende a ITAH
H Menil. HARPM
...fflend. INLAID vUBSwM
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L Mends L KATH IK-WOBK..
H il ends H I R 110 H T K A M aS...
M.. menus n hv kl rtmia
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Q Mend. OV I l.T.P RA M K.H..
rMends T A llLr.il .
..Mends UMKRELLA STIUKS.,
.Mends VttKK KOXCB..
- mi i o i i - i una. ....
B ..Mends ftPH V It Wlio WOBl..-,
ODBciasnoa. pii.nimi'1 PiiPllBD
wiaiUaS. is awn to Llbrarlae and aohooia.
Msads aTRkKrMfyiPWL fL 1
X...Plneods Pin'HITBrt ...i.uuii Puiii 1
a,.w.A ..Msuds AO'uhl.KONS A.. I
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11.. SI a DOS BULtHS .swIi.Ms.Jl
1Xm.j11w.M an ds ELBc-raiAi. Machinss. ...K,11
le-wwrsMsuaauos rariLH u.MiiriUD.Min.j
U A....Msmla ABM CHAT Z..A U
lft..R. Mends RU KH V KI' HNITITh s. H IB
15 K. Manda E It A H K st HA Mill. EM tZZ!
t ..r.aJWss.. m an qa lihkb ....,.., i it
IS. .....U.. Hands OLOBKH.,.-.. -...O- -18
IS. L. Manila I.nOHICK W n 1 If A TFR T. IS
K. Mends BOO-BEATKK.'..M..tl Si
manas Ainmw-wmih ji
..aienaa BlllN LV-H1X KM . "
..Meads PICTURE HUMES.
Henda BU1100L rCBNITUBS..
Msnds PARIAN MAHbLE.
.aienaa i;hi .....
Mend BA BYJTJMPEU8.
.uena M ATUU-BArBB.
M . ,1 . Bn irnniru
Bend WAHtt HTAN11H.
..Mend Oil K.fHM EN..
Mends BALLU1' BOXES..
u ... -A uwuainvYiMU
Mends BACKd A 51 M()R"b5TrD
Mends hamiihux . , ,,t
,...Menda BLAUK-BOA BDB.. .
I..HM.OIBDUS IIAOO'VIIIUO .....
..Dianas DUUBtl KH.,1
... Mends CABIN ILTa...
,..M e.ds C D BT A I NB...
i..M.ads 0 ABI r. "M ,
Mend. CAM KBAn.
b. .,. mi a wr
.M.nds CLOTH rBAMJti)'.
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, Mende till KoTH..M
SI Mid. BALLU ST K A DEH...
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n.nue ra a nii.a
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1W... At.nds WILLOW- ABE.,
BALDINO'I PBBPABED OLUB.
,BOLD BT STATIONERY, ; j
SALDlBO i PBBPAdlD OLUB.
" BOH) BI PBUOQIBTB. , ,
BrALDIBO'8 PBBPABED QLCB,
stOlaV BY l HOC EBB. ;
BP ALDIBO'B PBBPABED OLUB, '
HOLD. Sf HABDWABI BTOBBB.
"" ' BPALDIHO'B PBEPABBD OLUB,
' BOLD Bt UOUBI-rBkmibHIEO STUB
BPALMNO'B BBEPABED OLUB,
BOLD BI OOIBTBI MEB0BANTB0BNBBAXX1
' MsssJaotarsd by ...
HEHEY 0. SPALDIBO & CO..
. I M Csatsr-strsst, Nssy Varts.
snnras roeiomu., sax Ba S.OOB, , 4
rst a, ts esse, eontatnlng either Boor, Right
Twelve Dossa each, A beautiful Lithograph 1
1 jseifciiDani sn Hals. 1
i . 41
ATMP.Tl-ADAMB . BBLIi RE-
j. oriaviruuiai anu- u cos timt slie oouimoucat
Diisniaj's again, aua eau round at hr reatd ioa.
No. 47( eu the wast s1lc . f Junos-street, betwot-o
Linsj and Cuuaraud Lihurty and Wade, wharoshs
ii. F"twiu aiifi i u uire evenu oy planets,
tTfor Dyrd?' tTli thoaewhomay wuh
iaa ssdbt us, .ua itn-Bi vTn-nass. or anv unaer.
lAsVUilsl. la.lt. insklr i.i.Hat la.k.
DWUIB II UUa ay A, JQ . tg V r n , t'rKMM WW.
ing tit iattaus suae nsawa. Jeai-maaa
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COLUMBUS AND XENIA
—AND— CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
sTBN AN1 AFTBR MONvtAY,
w incu. Train, will d.narl aae eollo
IAfi.1. Train, will d.iMrt ae f ilowe i
at A. M. KXPItKWX-
II ton and Pa ton fD-.t JTor llamlltoi., BtchmoDds
Indianapolis, Loffinnprtrt, Payton.
Ifpot, and fntn Ofn-tnnatL Hani II too and Pur ton
l)ftxt '-onntxttii via Culnmuiw and CITrland ; tI
tJimjiimbna. CrMtllne and Plttolnirc: la (Jolumtnw
pwiibflovllln and PI Un burs;, tIa OilnmhiM, l'lalr
and Ben wood J and .ta Oolnmlrwa. Illitraaa Pitta
tmrffj aiavi lor npsanrii'in an- itewwara.
7i.lO A flU KArn r,m r mm t tnrinnnti
na liavuill iPfput rti"" niiinmn hi. ib.t
nirflnlff. llrhmia and HaiidtuikT: and With
a and Mlchiaranoad tr Troy, I'iona, Hidnny,
liimiL ri t Wisvm and hlcas:o- Alao for Toledo
Jtroit and all point in Canaila.
. S A. M.-rrom lilnrlnnatl, namlltoo and Pay.
tna Dopolv Aonomnodatlon for Hamilton ant War 1
Btationa ; roni.rv.tjt at IUmlltnnor Oxford, Ao.
19 A, 111. Ka tfn KrW-r rem gjimm nmmiim-
jonnecta via (joiumnvfl ann aoeinir biii
li vis (kihinibna. Holnir and Plttahnrg; via
Coliimbua. Orestlin and Plltalnirc. and TlaUolnm
bus and UlaTland.
Vlt.'IO P. 01. XFK B-f tincinnaTi,
lamiltoQ and Pay ton Pi-pot Tot Pay ton, Spring
field, Urbana, BollffonUlna and Ronton: also at
Pay ton for Uolnmbnii connects via Pamlltou loi
Jilctimond, lawitaoapoitt, ana an points vves.
3i50 P. Mt Vntm Cincinnati. Hamilton and
Dayton Pevot For Hamilton and all Way Button-;
connocts at Hamilton for Oxford, tn,
4 P. M. Krora Littla Miami Pnot-Acoomino-datlun
for iliinibua, stopping at ail Way Bullous ;
also tor rpnnffneia.
r. in. r r
yrom Little Miami Depot Aoeommo.
datlon for Xonia, stnentng at Way HtatioiSi
0 P. BI. KXFKKMS
From Uini'lnnatl, Ham.
llton and Dayton Depot-
For Troy. Fiaua. Btdnev,
Lima, Fort Wayne and C'hlcajro ! aleo for Toledo,
Detroit and ell mints in Canada: connect vis
Hamilton for Richmond, Loarao.port, fto
11 F, m ft ,P K K rom virile aniami i'""
sot Connecte via Columbus, Htenbenvllle and Pltts-
Diirg , via vrtmiuiuti., naoiu. , -
Columbue snd Cleveland; vis Columbus, Belnlr and
Benwood; and via Columbus, Belair and Pittsburg.
BLEE PING-CABS ON THIS TRAIN.
Wnr .11 tnfm-ni.tlon mnH Thrnnarh Tickets BleSSS
apply at the Ofllres, south-east corner of Front and
jtroauway: wesi sine oi v ine-roe.. aaii "
Poetotbce and the Burnet House: No. 1 Burnnt
House; No. 9 Kat Third-street: t)ixtn-treet urn
pot, and at tbe East Front-street Depot. '
Trains run liy Columbus time, which I seven min
ute faster than Cincinnati time. m
r. w. HlUAlinit, uenerai ursei spm.
Omnibnseacall for oasaenser by leaviul direction
St the Ticket Office. ap30
RAILROADS! COMMENCING APRIL 15, 1860.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
TWO PAII.Y TRAINS FOR TTIN
( ENNKS, Cairo snd Bt. Lout st st'JS A. M.
'Throe dally train for Loulrvllls st 4i95 A. M,
a P. si. and matt P. M.
une trala lor uvansviue ai ,rj9 &. an.
Thai train, rnnwt at tit. Louia lor all SOlnt In
kuk; at 81. Louis and Cairo fbr Memphis, Vlckaburs
Hatches and new urieans.
One tbrougb train on Huntley st ataa r. m.
Retnrnlna. fast line leaves Kast bt. Louis. Hundar
excepted, at 7- A. M.t srrlvlug .st Cinclnnstt at
Kxpress train leaves Bt. Louis dally st TtilO P. M.
arriving at Cincinnati at Ti30 A. M.
For turrugb uckeu to an poinca wen ana nouin,
lease apply at the ofnrea: Walnut-street House, be
Dixin ana neveuin-Bareevs, xau. I ourim (ioun,
corner .19 ce; N
e: North-wost corner Ifront ana nroao-
wayi Hnenoer House Office, and at tbe Depot, comer
way npeuoer nouae uuioe, auu na uiavi
rrou"and Mill-streets. Omnibuses call
RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS
Cincinnati & Chicago
QREAT TIJROjrnH ROtTH TO TBS
INDIANAPOLIS, TKKBE HAUTB,
BT. LOUIS, LAFAVKTTK,
Three dally through tralus leave Sixth-street ler t
st A. M. snd !ii30 P. at. snd P. tt.
IThrasufiri to Indianetpolla wiUiont
jntnsie oi uars.
" At stlntimr.ni. Brith 1lniinnu.ti and (JhlratfO HalU
road, for Anderson and all points on the hollofon
taine Railroad Line; Kokoino, Logansport, Peru and -all
point on the Wabash Valley Ksvilronl.
At inaianapoiie ror lerra uanta, itniwoi. rN)
;. Louis aud Illinois Central iUilroad.
At Lafayette for Danville, Tolono, Decatur. Hprinfr
id, iNupies. tuinoy.ana uanniuai anu nt. sioawpa
I At Chicago for Racine. Kenosha, Mllwankle. La
eroHMa, Ht. Paul. Prairie au Cblen, liock Island and
Tha A P. H. Train nakna rilrart mnnactlon ak
Losansport with Iogaonport, Peoria and Burlington
Railroad, lor Oilman, fit Paso, Peoria, Burlington,
Qiitncy, Qkdeebarg, Galena and Duuleltb, waking tha
TWENTTsFIVE MILES 81I0BTEB
THAN 8J ANT OTHEB BOUTS,
lOO MILES SHOUTKIt
THAN VIA CHIOAOO. 4
Fare as Low and Time as Qakk
as Dy anyiner nouie.
Thia la etclnslvelT a Western and North-western
Boute, haviug as favorable arrangement with con.
anotlna' Roads as anv other Route. Pasalns throuah
I highly-cultivated country, with numerous tawu ,
I anil vllliurMa. tt nfTRra to natrfinamore nleaauult accom.
Snd villages, It offers to patrons more pleasant accom. '
modataon for safety, comfort and Interest Lban any
etliur lioute tor tne above named points.
r or TUromtn xioseuor any lurthar lniormatios os
ore snd spply st
TICK BT OFPIOEfli
169 Walnut-street, between Fourth and l"lftb-treeU,
near uiDson nunaa; .
North-east corner Front and Broadway;
Weet aide Vine-street, bnlween Burnet Hons snt
Cincinnati, Hamilton sod Dayton Depot, fifth sna
olxtti -streets. 11. At. liuitltuw.
W. n. BHIPMAN, Passenger Agent.
aksT"Oniiilbu.ee will call for muMancrera bv laavtna'
their names st either of tbe Ticket ofu. es.
Spl6r t Vtr. II. BMUfl, Agent.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
NO CHANUB OP CAHH TO INDIANAP
OLIS, at which place it nnltos with ratlroada
for and from all points in the West and North-west.
THREE PA88KNOKB TRAINS
Leava Cincinnati dailr friiic, tha toot Af Mill and
aiatn a. nr. namAnr. iiatt. ArriM m.t
dlauapolisat 10:47 A. M.; Chicago at a P. M.
llitV A in. Terra Haute aud Lafayette Acootu
KKUtlun arr inatlmlmuapoUsaHiao P. H.
i P. I.I.-CUICAGO KXPUabriH.-Arrivea at ludl-
auapolisa .10:4fiP. M.; Chicago at 7:30 A. M.
oieupin f ua nara aiiacnea to an nigni-trainson
this line, and run through to Chiwigo wiltooufc
clisinffo of cais. 1
mr a sura yon are in tue rignt ticfcet-olTJc Delbr
, you purchase your ticket, and ask tot UckeU via
awraneebural and ludlaiuanolia.
Vare th. same, snd time snorter thas by sivy other
l.uffiraffe rhaw,VMl tlimnarh.
Tlilllll'OH T1CKETH. iiwiiI antl n.awi aun k.
tained at the ticket olficos, at bpenoer House corner.
Hflrn.1 Haiiu rnruir .1 ,1,. U ........ II .
No. S Kast Third-street, and at Depot Office, loot oi
Mill, on Ifryut-etreet, lwre sll necossary lulorma. ,
tion can b. had.
OmuibUSBS run to snd from auh irata. an. wltl
nil tor peaaeugun I at all hot.ls, and all pailaof Mas
lty, bylesvlng address at either offlce. "
v" ii u. o. liUUU, rrealdonl. i
DR.' MERIT WELLS,
eeveuUa snd Vina and Bsc, olncliuiatl, 0.
LIST 0 PBIOBB fOB PLATI W0BK t
' roll upper or lower eel of tath-ay,ntin.,.
10, (old, tU i Tnlosolts, t-M sUv.a, li,
' ,V ,' 0OPilTI0N8i
Small gold plug, each ja . a a.
..II to 13.