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SCATTER THE GERMS OF THE BEAUTIFUL.
Scatter the germs of the boantiful !
By the way-side let them full, ' " '
That the rose uiay spring iy the cottage gste,
And the vine ou tlis garden wall ;
Cover the rough and tne rude1 of earth , ,
Willi a veil ui leaves and Hewers,
And inark with tbaopeniugbudandcnp ') '
The march of summer hjurs.
Scatter the germs of the beautiful "
In ttie holy shrine of borne j '
Let the pure and thefnir, and the graceful there
In their loveliest luster emu ;
Leave not a trace of deformity
In the temple of the heart,
But Hither aoout II hearth the genu
Of Mature aod of Art.
Scatter the germs of the beautiful. .
Tho God who starred tlieupllfled iky.
And flowered the tmnipled sod ;
W hen Lie built a temple fur himself,
And a hom fur hi priestly re,
llo reared each arch in sy mniotrr,
And curved each line iu grace,
Scitler the (terms of the beautiful
In the depth of the human mill i
Tnyhll bud and blossom, and be.ir tho rrult,
While the ondlesi ages roll ;
Plant with the flowers of charity
Tho pi trials of tho tomb,
And the f ilrand the pure abont thy path
In Paradise shall bloom.
A Sermon on the Revolution.
Tha following sermon was on
the eve of the battle of JJrandywinc, Sep
tember Id, 1773, by Rev. Joab Trout, be
fore a large portion of the American army,
(rcneral Washington, General Wayne, and
other leadiug officers being present It is
difficult to read its stirring words, without
feeling tho blood tingling in one's veins:
Soldiers, I look around upon your faintl
inr faces with strange interest. To-morrow
we will go forth to buttle; for need I
tell you that your unworthy liiiuistcr will
march with you, invoking Clod's aid in the
fight? We 'will march forth to battle!
Need I exhort you to fight the good fight
to fight for your homesteads, for your
wives and children?
My friends, 1 might urge you to fight
by the galling memory of British wrong;
Walton, I might tell you of your father
butchered in the silence of night on the
Elairm of Trenton; I might picture his gray
airs dabbled in blood; I might ring his
death shriek in your earsl
fcfhelmire, 1 might tell you of a butchered
mother, the lonely farm house, the night
assault, the roof in flames, the shouts of
the troopers as they dispatched their vie
thus; the cries for mercy, the pleadings
of innocence for pity. 1 might paint all
this again in the vivid colors of the ter
rible reality, if I thought your courago
needed such wild excitement.
But I know you are strong in the might
if the Lord. You will march forth to
battle on the morrow with light henrts and
luterniined spirits, though the solemn
duty, the duty of avenging the dead, may
ivt heavy on your souls.
And in the hour of battle, when all the
rlnrkuess id lit by the lurid cannon glare
iitid the piercing musket flush, when the
'vmruJed strew the ground and the dead
I i tier your path, then remember, soldiers,
tlmr. nd in with vnii! The eternal (Sod
lights for youl He rides on tho battle
cloud; he sweeps onward with the march
of the hurricane charge! God, the awful
and the infinite, fights for as, and will
Once on a time, a Yankee who was travel
ing through Kentucky had a fine horse
and no money, lie taught the animal to
lie down or sit on his haunches when the
bridle was pulled pretty hard. Our trav
eler saw no way of replenishing his purse
hut by soiling his horse, and this he re
solved to do the first favorable opportunity.
As he was going Blowly along lie saw a
hunter at some distance from the road,
whom he rode up to and accosted' Tn the
course of conversation he told the latter
that he had an invaluable horse to sell a
horse that would act precisely like a setter,
when he was in the vicinity of game.
Casting his eyes around, at the same
time discovering some fresh rabbit-tracks,
he gave the bridle a jerk. The docile
quadruped immediately lay down.
"There are some rabbits here," said the
rider, "I know by his eora."
The Kentuckian, curious to test the re
puted sagacity of the horse, searched
around, and, sure enough, started three or
four rabbits. He was greatly surprised,
but the Yankee took the affair as a matter
of course. To make a long story short,
the wonderful horse changed hands on the
pot, $300 beirig the consideration.
His new owner mounted him, and with
characteristic hospitality, told the Yankee
to accompany him home. They soon
fame to a stream, which they had to cross,
and which was rather deep for horsemen.
Judge of the Kentuckians dismay, when
on pulling the bridle in the middle of the
river, his steed subsided in the running
water, as if he was a hippopotamus.
"How is this?" he roared out, nothing
hut bis bust visiple.
Hut the Yankee, who was mounted on
the hunter's other horse, w as not discon
certed in the least
"Oh, I forgot to tell you, he is as good
for fish an he is for rabbits!"
' Dr. Cox, of the Methodist denomi
nation, is a very apt manager. It some
times happens that his meetings draw
together a few rowdies, who no not go
there to pray or to be prayed for. A few
evenings since some young fellows, for
getting their good manners, were rather
, noisy, and not so attentive to the services
as thev oueht to be. Dr. Cox thus ad
"Younz eontlemen," said he. Then
stopping a few moments, he continued.
"I don't know as 1 ought to call you young
' gentlemen, for yonr conduot here this
evening docs not merit that title. And
yet I may be doing you injustice, as an
. other clergyman did recently on another
occasion. Having reprimanded a young
man for disturbing hia meeting, lie met
tho father of the young man the next day,
who told the pastor that he did wrong in
reprimanding his son."
Why so'r" said tha pastor, "surely your
son was noisy and disturbed the meeting".
"Very likely" replied the father, "but
be was not accountable for such conduct"
"How is that?" demanded the pastor.
"My son has fits," replied the father.
"And now," said Dr. Cox,"I don't know,
young" gentlemen, but you may be troubled
with fits. If so, I will not reprimand you,
but ask you to leave." '
The young men took their hats and de
parted with ''fleas in their ears..
August Work in the Flower Garden.
Every grower of plants has more work
to do this month than in the preceding,
arid this is the month when every one
Las to look at his plants for wintor bloom
ing. Heliotropes, cinerarias, bouvardia, Chi
nese primroses, geraniums, begonias, shift
into larger pots .if they require it Cut
off and shorten in, all slender growing
limbs, to increase the number of flower
ing shoots. Sow mignonette, for early
wintor blooming, be careful in syringing.
Chrysnntheuras, in pots, give their Inst
shift, don't pinoh the tops any more, let
them form buds for early-blooming to
make them an ohject for the houso, give
them plenty of wnter so thoy will not get
Put in cuttings of a stock of such bud
ding out plants as you may want in the
spring, and for whioh we gave directions
in a former number of the Cultivator.
Finish all layoring of pinks, roses and
such ornamental shrubs ns are difficult to
raise from cuttings. Tie up dahlias, and
if the land is poor, use a good watering
with liquid preparations, such as hen
manure, bone dust, or guano twice a wetk.
I f tho number of flowers is not the object,
but tho perfection of a few blossoms, cut
off all the lower limbs to eight or ten
inches, which not only improves the
looks, but helps these plants remarkably.
Water roses, cut off tho faded flowers
and keep them by this method inconstant
bloom. And when you have this all done,
get your plants and'flowers ready for your
County and State fairs, bring your verbe
na, roses, all the good growing plants or
other variety, and lot every one sec who
has taste in arranging bouquets, or bas
kets. Show that after much disappoint
ment by late frosts and drought, you have
succeeded, by care and attention with
your flowers, to do your share in helping
to fill the floral halls, not only with good
or but with well cultivated plunts
Very Old nn ( Joob. Mr. Slang bad
just married a second wife. On the day
after the vreddicr, Mr. Slang sitid ,
' I mean to enlarge my dairy."
''You mean our dniry, my dear," re
plied Mrs. Slang.
"No," quoth Mr. Slant;: "I say I shall
euiurgc my dairy."
. "Say our dairy, Mr. Slang."
"No; my dairy."
"ay our dairy, say ouR,"screamed Mrs.
Slang seizing the poker.
"My dairy! my dairy! my dairy!" vocif
erated the husband.
"Our dairy! our dairy! our dairy!" re
echoed the wife emphasizing each word
with a blow of tho poker upon the hack of
her cringing spouse.
Mr Slang retreated under the bed. In
passing under the bed-clothes, Mr. Slang's
fiat was brushed oil'. He remained under
cover several minutes, waiting for a calm.
At length his wifo saw him thrusting his
head out at the foot of the bed very much
like a turtle from his shell.
"What are you looking for, Mr. Slang?"
"I aui looking, my dear, to sea if I can
see anything of our hut."
The struggle was over. And ever since
tho above memorable occurrence, Mr.
Slang has studiously avoided the use of
the odious singular possessive noun.
Dul'idbdi.y Cool. A Boston lady, who
had a somewhat Bachanaliun spouse, re
solved to frighten him into temperance.
She therefore engaged a watchman for a
stipulated reword to carry 'Thilaneer" to
the watch-honse, while yet in a state of
insensibility, and to frighten him a little
when he had recovered. In consequonce
ot this arrangement he woke up about
eleven o'clock, and found himself on his
elbow. He looked around until his eyes
rested on a man sitting by the stove and
smoking a cigar.
"Where am I?" asked Philander.
"In a medical college" said the cigar
"What a doing there?"
"Going to be cut up!"
"Cut up how comes that?"
"Why, you died yesterday, while drunk,
nnd we have bought your carcass anyhow
from your wifo who had a right to sell it,
for it's all the good she could over make
out of you. If you're not dead it's no
fault of the doctors, nnd they will cut you
up, dead or alive!"
"You will eh?" asked the old sot
"To be sure wo will now immediate
ly," was the resolute answer.
' "Wall, look o'here, can't you letus have
something to drink before you begin?"
Respect to tub Agkd. Bow low tho
head, bov. Io reverence to the old man.
Once like you, vicissitudes of life have
silvered tho hair, and changed the round,
merry faoe to the worn visage before you.
Once that heart beat with incidents co
equal to any you have ever felt; aspirations
crushed by disappointment, as perhaps
yours are destined td be.
Once that form moved proudlv throuzh
the guy scenes of life; now the hand of
i ime tnat withers the nowers ot yesterday
has warped the figure and destroyed the
Once at your age he possessed the
thought) that pass through your brain,
now wishing to accomplish deeds worthy
of a nook in fame, nnon imagining life a
a ream, that the sooner he awoke iroin the
better. The time to awake is now very
near nt hand; yet his eye kindles at noble
deeds of daring, and the hand makes a
firmer grasp of the staff.
Bow low the head, boy, as you would
in your old age be reverenced.
Max akd Woman. Man is strong wo-
mnn is beautiful. Man is daring in con
duct woman is dilhdent and unassuming.
Man shines abroad woman at home.
Man talks to convince woman to per
suade and please. Man has a rugged
heart woman a soft and tender one.
Man prevents misery woman relieves it
Man has science woman tnste. Man
lias judgement woman sensibility. Man
n a being of justice woman of mercy.
8ST" "What a strain that is!" said Mrs.
Partington, as she hoard nn aria from
Lucia di Lammermoor,eung in tho highest
style by a young lady where she was
"Yes" was tbo reply, "it is operatic."
"Upper attic is it? said she, "I should
think it was high enough to be on top of
Airs. Partington does not believe that
screaming constitutes melody.
Jr "I do wish I oonld be cured of ly
ing in bed so long in the morning," said
lazy husband lounging upon his pillow.
"Well, I will try the water cure," said his
wife, pouring a pocketful on him.
Vi B. D 0 D D 3, .
formerly of Hall,Dodd A Oo.i late Urban.Dodds Oo.
W. II. Vodds & Co.,
ANttracTDiaai or thi
Fire and Burglar Proof
J3 -A. 3F1 ES S ,
8. W. Corner of Vine te Second Streets.
Thli the moat reliable FIBB A BBBOLA
PROOF SAFE that la made in the United States, and
la warranted perfectly froe from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and Is of bettor workmanship than
can be found elsewhere.
We hare a large assortment on hand, and are de
ter ml uod to sell at prices that cannot fall to please.
Take In exchange. BECOND-HAND BAMS al
ways on hand at extremely Ion prices. 97
QUEEN CITY VARNISH CO.,
43 Vine Street,
flontlunes to manufacture all varieties of
PROMPT ATTENTION (riven to ordors, and all
foods sent out guaranteed to be of good quality.
COAL OIL! COAL OIL! I
Burning and lubricating Oil,
QKEA.T WESTEKN COAL & OIL CO.
For sale In nnantities to suit onrchRwra, and war
ranted equal toauy in tho market. Orders aent to
theulHceol the Company, Newark. Ohio) or at their
Agency, No. 13 West Front St., Cincinnati. jel
Saltonstali's Fire and H ater Proof,
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC
COATING FOR ROOFS.
TITE CIIEAPEST AND MOST DTJKABLE
Coating for Metal Hoofs, or any Iron Work ex
poned in use. Warranted to withstand tlio severest
testa of Ik'Ht, Cold, Rain, or Sulphuric Acid, nnd re
main perfectly Impervious to Wator. -It will not
molt, crack, wash or scale on. For now, old, leaky
metal roofs, or for canvns roofs, it la Ml per cent,
cheaper than any other coating. All orders accom
panied with the cnib or satisfactory references, will
be promptly filled, in any unsold territory Smith nnd
Westof Now York and fouusyWauia. for further
infortuatioa.appiyto F. ROTS It CO.,
Bole Proprietors and Manufacturers,
ieT-t 13S Went Second street, Ulncinnittl, Ohio.
167 Walnut Street.
FOLDING SPRISG MATRESS
WEIGHS ONLY 05 LBS! MANUFACTURED,
WHOLESALE AND DETAIL, BY
BENNETT & CO.,
jy2.atn Sycamore street, tielow Fifth.
AT REDUCED PRICES.
WE HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST
variitty and best selectod assortment of Gas
Fixtures in Cincinnati, conalatfns of all that la new
or clmiraMc iu theGan Fixture lino.
We warrant every f ixture we sell to no equal, uota
In material and nnlMh. to any that is flold in thiao-
any other niarkot, and In addition will guarunt J
them to retain their color and remain perfect fo- live
years from the t Into they are put up by us.
van, sue. auu examine nurHiouK.
McBBNKY ft CAKSON.
jy2t-cm 162 Alain street, uear fourth.
I. If. TAN, H. T. BAaaiKOIB.
VAN & BAURINGER,
Tan's Celebrated Patent Combined
For WOOD or COAL. The most eouronlent, eco
nomical and durablo Cooking Stove ever invented,
for Htoamboata, Hotel!, Hestauranta and Private
lioness. Cooking nud bolllug water for wash and
bath rooms, in Targe quantities, in any adjoining
apartment by the same tiro.
Warerooius, 179 Main St., Clucluuatl.
aw Bights to manufacture and sell Cliese BT0VI8
may be secured ou application to the proprietor!, at
tueir warerooma. 76
E nAVE RECEIVED
ion Case St. Julien Claret.
Wnicn we oner at a small advance.
E. F. A W. B. COLEMAN,
Je21 5 and 6 Burnet Bourn Building
Qftl'et GROSS TOILET SOAP,
OW On consignment, rery low.
Hotels, Boarding-Housoa and families would do
well to examine the stock. -
E. B. A W. B. COLEMAN,
je21 ft and ft rlnrnnt House Bnllding.
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET,
and Boiler Iron, Plowtllabs, ItallroadBplkes,
aw, also, Ageuia iur me saie oi irouion swirnans,
It East Second Street, C'inoinnati,
Mr All kinds Iron made to order.
DRS. B. EHRMAN & W. C. LEECH.
Office bnnrs from
46 SEVENTH BTREET.
A.M., 1 to 3, and 7 to 9, P.M.
Money! Money! Money!
MONET LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
ELRY and all kinds or Merchandise, at low
rates of Interest, at No. St) West Bixtu street, be
tween Walnut Vine. 244
And other favorite brands, sonstantly on liani' " '
K. B. ft W. U. (iOLKMe N,
Jezl i and t Burnet Rouse Bo'dding.
MEDICATED STRENGTH JFING
PLASTERS. -These masters ar excellent
reiuk,les Incuses or palu and weakness in the side,
breast or back J also, In rheumatic affect ions.conghs,
asthma.spralns, braises, and kidney o'f spinal affoo.
tions. The Arnica, Qalbaoum, Piter , jfonr Man's
and Hemlock Plasters, are mannfacr ured of various
sites, on kid or oloth, and Poor Man' on saner, by
A.GUiriTlTH.andsuDDlied to deal ... ITLili.
onas good terms as any manufactv era in tha U.S.(V)
W .ADIE8-IF YOU WIS'j A GOOD DOU-
sl bio-Threaded Family Sew, n. Machine; which
forpraciloa row can not lie av rpassed.call at No.
Car Isle Ho lding, second stor y corner Fourth
Wslnut.and seeT'Noveltv," B ruen's Patent, thsonly
Machine that can be used wit k boi,.tinnrilen.
ble thread. It is the best If .achlne made, and never
uraHuoNiH. jSIEtOrseno lor i lrnuiar
Siuspscimen ui won. jr. x. COLKMAH,
Dow Agent 1 (he West snd south-west
sewing 1.1 chines,
Cincinnati, Office 33 West Fourth street.
rF THOSE INTENDING TO PURCHASE,
we dealre a personal investigation of the com
parative merits of these Sewing Machine villi all
others iu tha market.
aull FUANK HEN11Y, Agent. 1
G. C. KNIPFIN&CO.
Ladd, Webster & Co.'s,
(Late Hunt, Webster ft Co.'s.)
No. 8 Wt Fourth atrect, Cincinnati,
Those Machine! have been steadily advancing In
popular favor for the pait year.andnre now esteemed
by all who have given them a trial as the "Ne Plus
Ultra" of Sewing Machines. The evenness and reg
ularity, and tightness of stitch mado by them, has,
more than anything else, tended to this result. Added
to this Is the undeniable fact of their simplicity and
ease of management, there being no band or cog
wheels, as In some Machines, or leather pads and
crooked needles, as In others. They commend them
selves to the dress-maker by tha regularity of the
feeding arrangement, which never puckers or tears
tha work, by the uniformity of stitch alike on both
sides of the tabric, by their nolsolessnoss and rapidi
ty; to the tailor by their great strength and durabili
ty, tightness of stitch and tapacity for using linen
thread; to families, by the combination of all these
Qualities. Send tor a circular and sample of work.
GROVER & BAKER
SEWING MACHINE CO,
88 WEST FOURTH STREET,
A3 AN EVIDENCE OFTnE SUPERIOR
ITY ofthaMachineamanufactnred bytiieGro
ver and Baker Hewing Machine Co., thoy nave over
Sfi.oooiu daily "twin man ufnetories, work -shops and
families. Public patronage Is t be beat evidence of
merit. Theso Machines, alike victorious over preju
dice and competition, now justly enjoy more univer
sal favor than has ever beon bestowed upon any
Manufacturing Machines making the shuttle
stitch, and Family Machines making thocelobmted
Orover A Baker stitch, of .7 dllTorent pat ternN, vary
ing in price from 8"0 to 8125; descriptive circulars of
Machines and illustrations of the atltcl), can lie had
on application, by letter or otherwise. jo-20
KELSEY & CO'S.
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
Price, from $25 to $15.
IT IS A FACT, CONCEDED BY ALI,
that these Machines stand pre-eminently first
In the phnlanx of Sowing Machines.
Their undoubted merits, eaio of management, and
superiority of work combine to recommend them to
the publicas the most desirable family Machine ex
tant. Gall and examine at No. 30 West Fourth street.
Very liberal discounts made to Agnts.
Address, B.W. UARKINUTON ft CO.,
Je20 Box I6M; Cincinnati, Ohio.
SINGER'S SEWINS MACHINES.
Prteet Reduced to 9SO, ?5, 9110 and $125.
8lnceri New Fnmlly Sewing Mnclilne,
The price of which Isonly g.rA is a light and elegant
ly decorated Machine, capable of performing, in the
beat style, all the sewing of a private family.
Singer's Tmnsveme Shuttle Machine,
To be sold at $" is a Machine entirely new in its ar
rangement; it is very beautiful, moves rapidly and
very easily, and, for family use aud light manufac
turing purposes, is the very best and cheapest Ma
chine over offered to the public
Singer's No. 1 Slnndnrd Shuttle Machine,
Formerly sold at JIM. bnt now reduced to Kilo, is
known all over the world. Every sort of work can
be done with it.
Singer's No. 'i Standard Shuttle Machine,
This la tho favorite manufacturing Machine every,
where. Price, with table complete, KliU.
aWSond for a Circular.
Agent for J. M. Singer & Co.
No, 8 EiiMt Fourth street.
JeU.f CINCINNATI, OHIO.
LESTER'S SEWING MACHINES.
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
the sewing public that lam the sole authorized
Agont lor mo sate ci me
LESTER'S IMPROVED SHUTTLE
And boing well acq, mm, tod with its merits, and famil
iar Willi its operation, I feel confident that those in
want of such an artlclo, will give it preference over
all otners now ueiore 1110 puonc.
I doern it uiinecmmry to enumerate all Its nimin.
taxes, as those who may wish to purchase w proba'
lly prefer to satiefy themselves by personal iuspoc
tion, which they msy do hv culling nt
Nn. tl'-i Upr I'nurlh atrert.
WlTPersuiis purchasing Lester's Hewing Hncklne
will receive practical instructions upon themfreeot
charge. All niacuines warninieu.
WILLIAM IiAPHAM, Agent.
1 No. 92 West fourth street, directly
Jy26-tH Opposite Post Office,
I believe I make the best Lock-stitch Sewing Ma
chines, In the world. If the purchaser daws not think
to after six months trial, I will refund yon the
seo .rx &xio,
Price of Machines.
0FFI0K AI) 8AIB ROOMS-Dlrectly on the
Northwest corner Main and Fourth streets, over
Owen I Jewelry estaullshmout.
ETens Taricty Machine Works.
SEWING MACHINES, MODELS FOR
PATENTS, and even variety or light Machinery
manufactured and repaired at P. JCVXKt),Jr., io. Ml
W ainut street, vincinnau, unio. u
Two Threaded Double Lock Tight Stitch
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
ALSO THE VERNON
c .-a.i.-t. . i . evt as .nrf Siiasn
name fu wum, ,-" ti..,..,
The very latest Invention and the moat noiseless ami
H.r.., mntilnir munhlnanvtant. The above tiamod
' . , ' 1. r .1. n .11 n. U...1I 11
biidior priced ones. On these machines wo apply the
onTy Hemmer that will turn any width of Item-it
the only one In the market that Is adjustable to fold
any width of hem, wltn any iiiicxnessoi cioin.
or Information, by Inclining 3o. stamp, will receive
local ngoiitswi.nted in all tho cities snd towns
Ohio. Addre- 8. A. JKNK8,ARnnt,
Or call at Dealt Swift's Watch and Jewelry Store,
157 Main street, 2d door above Fourth, Cincinnati,
HOWE'S SEWING MACHINES.
I. HOWI, Jr, Patentee of the original fcViwlug
FOK FAMILY USE AND MANUFACTCIU
The Family Machines are well adapted for tailors'
u. or gaiter llttlng. Howe's Cylinder Machines,
br all leather stltcliiag. heve alwsya held a reputa
tion far above any other. The public are desired
.xamlns, and p.rcbe,h. "d.
No. 19 West Fourth street, in H'Cracken's Fur
Ishlog store, Cincinnati, 0. niys
ncorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
nVAo-ancy established In Cincinnati In 1 h'2H. an
tedating all present local Insurance Companies and
Affenciea in the Insurance hiiiiirsis in thiscitv. !!.'!
years oonstant duty bore, combined with wealth, ex
perience, enterprise and liberality, especially com
mend the I Pi A insurance uonipany in tne lavora
bio uatmnuee of tills oommunilr--BtnndinaBolitarv
and alone, the solo survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati uuacrwriiers 01 j.
lABHOLTJTB AND UNIMPAIKEn.l WITH A
SUKl'LUS OF 91,03),42.t 81).
And the preitlge of 40 yfars success and experience.
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARD O F l'i,000,0OO, LOKS
Uttve been paid by the Xlua lumirauce Company In
tne past 4U years.
Vlrm nml f nlnnil Nnviant inn. Ri-ilta accented
nt tnrnis consiHietit with aulvenev and tulr profits.
Kapeclal attention given to Insurance otDwelllDgs
anil uonients, lor torms oi i to o years.
Application mane to any only nuinorizea Agent
promptly ntteuded to. By strict attention to a legit
Imatfl IiiRtiranro biistnexn. this Company is enablod
to offer both indonmliy for tho past nud securityfor
the future. roiiriR tmica witnoui nciny y
JA. II. ijakijvu, Agent, no, iu jumu street.
A. F. PATCH, Assistant Agent.
H. K. LINDHEY, Agent 171 Vine street.
J. J. HOOKER, Agent, Fulton. 17th Ward. an
rpiIR MOST RKLIA11LE FIRE AND
- uu itt;i;Ait rmiur A bb. riioy nave given
more siitistactton tiuin anv otner now in nao.
We offor a reward ufllNU TIIOt SAM) DOf,
IjAUS to any person that can, up to tho present
time,siinva mnpjio instance wneroiutiioy uuveiuiicu
In nresorvn their cnlitolitji.
Wltn tnlsBAFW we cnaiienRo an compel it ion, as
being the lieBt tiro t'rool. Hurglnr J'root, or tire
test wltn anv estan lnnment .ill tne tinioii, nnu me
nacvfailing first, to forfeit to tho other, the sum
nf ft non
Woaro prepared to furnish a botlerSnfo.aiul at less
coat, than any other umnufticluror iu the United
rvcona-nann fates oi oilier msKers, aiso on nana.
wroHnectiui v niv te t no nuoi c to can nnu exam
ine our stock ueiore pttrennsiiiii eiiow nore.
MALI', CailKUljlj X cu.,
aucl2-ayt Nos. 1.1 and I'Kast Columbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX
Cholera, Bilious Cholic, and
ALL PALVS LV THE STOMACU & BOWELS.
MaCc fcy GEO. S. I.IGIIT,
WHOLESALE DRU00I8T, CINCINNATI,
FOR SALK BY JOHN I). PARK. KUIItK. KCK-
STINE & ( ()., nnd DrugslHta ttenemliy. Order left
at Wu.UAMM'N it llATt'lKLD, -No. i Vuln tit street
will lie iitti'Miieit to, auu
JT . S,
The best now in use snd all prepared for Sealing,
Self - Ventilating
Tho greatest invention yet,
should have one,.
AKTIIUR, BUIINHA- & GILHOY,
Manufacturers or Patent Articles.
WTTrado Depot for the West, ' " "
21 Cast Pearl street, Cincinnati.
JOSEPH II. Gil KEN, Agent.
W-'pnd for a trade Circular. aul
BUILDING LUMBER FUK SALE
Atllcilurcil Prices for !nh orshortTlnic,by
THOS. W. FARRIN & CO.,
ON FREEMAN bTHBBT,
Kext tn tho Cincinnati, llumilton and Dayton Ba
road. We offer for sale:
3,ioo Locust Fence Posts;
7M Cedar " . do) ... '
MM olieHiiut Oak An;
lino Ce'liir Orape Sticks;
WI.UKl feet lli'tu.ork Fence Boards;
riKl.oon " White Pine" do;
Wio.iM " Yellow ' " do;
fiiio nvi Nhtnulpti:
JiO.OOO feet Pino, Onk, Poplar and ITomlock Joist,
SenntliUK a 1 Tiinher, nil sizes and lengths;
Iri0,0n0 feet clear a, 1. 'A, 1';, i, a. sua men,
7(10,1100 " first Common, all thirkness:
7.m,(i0 " second " do;
Km.Oisl " Ortili Plank;
cihi i.iA thlril Itnmmiin Itnnrrl Plnnli;
Together with a largo variety nfFlooring, Weather
Boarding, Plielvine, Lath, Timber, etc
Lniiilierdoliverod free ot charge in the city upon
cash hills, auu-aiu
I. X. L. i
AFTER MANY YEARS OF PRACTICAL
avnj.fl.ineA It, Hi- art of lrlnsrnrd.malting. the
proprietors offer the nbove brand of Mustard to the
Fuuiic, giinriinwHinif, iiBmntii, luipbui,
f-...n tlm liaal n n.l I v nf flniil . ftiimflll I V
lenteilwith thednslgn ofpruducing a Mnstonl 80PK
RIOK IN Ff.AVoa AND PCNOENCYTO ANT
HOW IN USE. We have no hesitation In saying
that all lovers of good Mustard will find the I. A.
to he that which they so fmuueutly fail to olitain,
MUST AKD THAT IS MUSTARD.
-nl k n.ib flll.il.
HARRISON A WILSON,
UU 99 nnd 101 Wnlnut-street.
JOHN 13 ONE It,
(soccrasoa tontu sana,)
At 30 West Fifth st..
Has constantly on hand n tnrce Variety
FANCY dOODS, TOYS, CHINA,
Fishing Tackle, Military Good, etc.,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL, '
AT VEUV LOW PRICES,
apt 4 '
THE OUTCAST ELASTIC ME.
TAf.110 BOOFINtt" Is offered to the pnbllc
as the liost and cheapest Metal floor now need,
nicrits tosteu oy an eapen-nctj v, m i,,,.,.,
j.i.init. inniiml to flat nr steea. old or
buildings. Noeiililermud-ranlenod securely with-
. .nM ... .1... Mtt,n nf Ml ilmnniili.
Pn,rl ahrats. boxed for shlement to any part
the United States, can be applied by any one
ardinare mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
JylS-tf 133 West Second street,
i ifp If i
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
FOUR DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THE
Trains run throuali to Tndlanamlla. Lima. Ban-
duHky and Cievufand without change of cars.
Hirougli Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North
ern and North-western citios.
U A. IU- UXl'ltKM TltAiNtUolutntmstlme,
which Is seven minutes faster than Cincinnati) For
Cleveland and Pittsburg, via Delaware, makes close
connection at Crestline for Pittsburg, Baltimore,
I'lnlnilelpiilu ana wow lorn; auu at Cleveland lor
Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston and New York. Also,con
noetH nt l)nvltn wllh llnvton and Michifi-an Boad for
Troy, l'iiioa, Sidney, Lima, fort Wayne and Chicago,
ronching Chicago at 7.20 P. Id., Quincy and Galena at
7 A. M. Also, at Dayton with Greenvillo and Miami
Boad, for Greenville, Union, Winchester and Hun
vie. Also, connects at Bicbinond with 1 ndlana Cen
tral UoaU.for Indianapolis, Laleyette,iuilcago, terra
name, est. .boms, ana all western cities, a no, at
Richmond with Cincinnati and Chicago Road, for
......... V..l. 1 Tl 11... a.. 1,U
auuuiwui nunuiiiu u,i . cii u. nin, wuup nnu
Junction ltallroiid at Hamilton for Oxford.
H A. M. MAIL TitAIN-For Dayton, Spring
field and Bandnaky Connects at Sandusky with
STBAMKK lor DKTROIT: at CKBANAforCOLTJji
Bl'S; at Forest with PittBbnrg, Fort WayneaodChi
oiKO Itoail, Kant and West; at Clyde with 0. and To
ledo Bond lor Cleveland and Btillalo, Toledo, Detroit
and 1'hiCHgo. This train also connects nt DKLA
WAUK witli the 0., C. & C. Boad for Cleveland and
4i0 1. M. TRAIN For Dayton, Bprlngiletd
and rlandasky Connects at Forext with Pittsburg,
rort wnyne and cnicaso jcoao, ast anil west: av
Clyde with C, and Toledo lload for Cleveland ang Buf
falo, Toledo, Detroit aud Chicago. Also, connects at
Richmond fur Iniiiananolis. Terra Haute. Ht. Loula '
aud ChicHgo. Also, connects with Junction Ballroad
l. rtl. TRAIN-For Dayton. Troy, l'iqna, Sid
ney, Limu. Fort Wayne and Chicago, reaching Chi
cg?o at 8 A. M.
ft The 6 and 8 A. M. trains connect at Cleveland -with
steamers for Biiffnlo.
Korfui ther iuforuiatiou and Tickets, apply at the
Ticket ollices north-enst corner Front aud Broad
way; No. I" w nlnut-streetwar Gilisim House; at
the new Ticket Oillce,oa tlie WSM aide cf Vine-street,
between l'oatoflico and Burnet liouse; at the Walnut
Streot Uoiibo, or at tho Slxth-Btrect Depot.
am o if. moijAHJ.E'i, ouperintennent.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Tioln No. 1 Kxprcsi, at 8 A.M.. connects via
Columbus and Cleveland, via Columbus, Crestline and
rittstiurgn, via uotumiius, ?teuuen"iiio aim t-itts-burgh,
DotroltvlaCleviiliindaiid steamer. This Train
stops, hntvieeu Clnciuuuti and Columbus, at l,ove
l.uid, Doerlield, Morrow, Xenlu, Cedarvillo, Boutb
Charleston, honilou anil West Jefferson.
Becond t'inin- no. I txpreas.nl s:;i a. m. , connects
via Columhiis, Bellnir nud lien wood; Wlieeling; via -Coliiinhus.Steubenvilleand
Creatliiie and I'lttHhiirg: !a Columbus and Clove,
laud; Detroit, via Clevuland and stoamor: W hits Sul
phur Station, via Springfield. This Train stops be
twiwn Cincinnati and Columbus, at Plainville, Mil
ferd.Miamiville, hoveland, Deerfleld, Morrow, Cor-
win, spring tanoy, Aoiiuian'.i bonaon.
Third Train Accomiui'dation. at 4:40 P. II.. for
Columbus aud Springfield.
jinurin irain nignt r-jxpress, ac ikjii r. m., con
rJ.iiiDa, a. 11.1 . ai.., uu
lair and Benwood; Wheeling,
villo and Pittsburg: via Co.
, el II
,'i..,i,.. c,...',i,..viii.. uit.i,;a. i. rv:
lumhua. CrcHtliuo and 1'ittBbui'g: via Columbus and
Cleveland. This train steps at Lovelorn!, Morrow,
Corwln, Xenlaaud London. 8LKEPINO CABS ON
No, lExpress, throngh to Cleveland wlthoutchauge
No. 2IixproBS, through to Wheeling without changs
The NIGHT XAl'KKSS Tram leaving umcinnatt
at 11:3(1 P. M., runs daily, except SATUIIUAIS. The
ether Trains rnn daily, ejovpt BCNDATB.
For all information, and fhroiu!h Ticko
it tier trams mu uany, ejfivpiriuriuA is.
For all information, and fhroueh Tickots to Bos.
tnn.Naw York, l'hlladulelila. Bnltlmore. Washini
uiu, xilliiaiu. I'.inifara eans, A'liiiaira, vieveiaiiu,
PlttaburK, Wlieoliug. and all tho Eastern places,
apply at the Ollices, Walntil Street House, No. 1 Bur
net House, south-ciiHtcortior of Broadway and Frost
streets, and at the Eastern flcpni.
Trains run by Columbus limo, which is ssvsn min
utes faster than Cincinnati time.
J. D U If A ft D, Sup't.
Omnibuses call foriassengers by leaving direction
at tho Ticket Cilices. my!7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO.
Only Une Vhange of t or between uncinnart
Throe PassenserTraiusloavt'Clnciniiati dally, from
thefoot of Mill and Front streets.
5:50 A. at. Chicago man arrives at tnuianmpoiis si
10:30 A. M.) Chicago at 7:2a 1'. M. This tflSn con.
necta with all night truli-soutof Chicago, for the
12:00 M. Terre Haute and Lunavotte Acconimoda-
tlnn arrlvea at Indiananolia. nt A:tlO P. M.. making
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terre Hauta
Trains snd lnnianspons and baiayeite trains ior
Docatur, Springfield, Naples, tjulncy, 11 huh i bill and
8t. Joseph; also with Peru trains for Peru, Ft.Wayne
and Toledo. ...
6:00 P.M. Chicago Kxpioss arrives at Indianapolis -at
10:30 P. M.; Chicago at 7:40 A.M. Making clese
connections at Chicago with at I morning trains ont
of Chicago. This train contacts at Indianapolis
wltn Terre uauio trams ior an romis nu( mBll
Slooping'cars are attached tc all the night trains
on this Hue, and run thiough to Chicago without
change of cars. ,'"'"
inis is exclusively a nesiern auu nurm-woowru
roitto, and with favorable and reliable arrangements
with all couuectinv, roads throughout the entire
West, guarantees uniMual care and Ihe amplest ac
commodations to the patrons oi this I Ino.
Kr Be sure you are In I he right tl.'ket office before
Iou pnrchaso your tickets, and ask for tickets vi
swrenceburg snd Indianapolis.
Fare the same as by any other route. Baggage
'"f "ckets. goon . c.B b. ob-'
talned at the tleket oiiicch, at opencer uouse isomer,
north-east corner uroauway anu rrnui; no. i niir
uet tlouso Corner; at the walnnt-Btri'et House, and
t rionnt rHr.e. font of M 111. on Front street, where
all necessary Information may b,hal. "
Otnnlhiisses run to and from ch train, and w
call foi passengers at all hotels aud ail parts of tot)
city, bj leaving address at eithot-olllce.
w. ii. jj. neobB,
mylO Genetal Ticket Agent, '
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Great Throupli Route for
TWO DAILTTHR0UQIITB&1N3 leave Sixth street
Depot, at a A. m. ann i:jo r. ei. ,.
GO FAST RXPKKSS.-Through direct, making close
connections for all other Western and North-a estera
points. This Train also connectsat Klchmon.l with
Cincinnati and Chicago Boads, for Anderson, Koko-
mo, ijogausport, auu ail points ou nswaa vauey
"SIMP.' M.-lNDTANiPOLIS, CBICiOO A 8T.
nulls NTilHT Kit PltESg The above Trains uiako
cloae connections at Indianapolis, lafayotte and Chi
cago, with Trains for Terre Uaulo, Hpringtleld, Hock
lalana. uaiesiiurg, ixouosna, liniTusne, .wkwuoh.,
Danville, Kurlington, Milwaukee, Matbion, Naples,
Galena, Qulncy, Prairie du Clilen, Fans. Peoria,
Dunlelth. Kaclnf, Decalur, Bloomlngton, Joliet, La
Salle, St. Paul, and all towns and cities in the North
west. . '
avsr-Tnrougn 'iicieis given ana caggeaje ra
through. . . .. ......
For further intormstion ana Tiirouga4i icaew,r"
ply to Ticket uiuces.noi tn-east oirner oi i ron. u
Broadway; No. 169 Walnut stroet, near Fourthi at
south-east corner of Fourth and Vine street, or at
the Sixth-street Depot. . . . .
1. m. KUKHUff, onpenaieouoo.
nmnlhnses will call for naasengers by leaving thelf
names at exner oi ins J icaei umc.
W. B. BM1TH, Agsnt.
3C. INT- OIiARI-.
(Bneeessor to If tub A Co,) . , . . ..4
Haunfactureri and Wholesale Dealer!
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIS STBEET, CINCINNATI
S. IMKVtr. JAS. OOtVlLlI. ' . 0. SPAIKS.
HAB.VEY, COLVIILE & CO,,
Wholesnle flronera. Oenernl Produce nnd
Commission merchants, ,
Ho. 16 East Columbia street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Wholesale Dealers In Floor, Wheat, Oats, Bye,
ChorMi, Butter, Beans; Clover and Timothy Seed,
and Dried Fruit. - .
avsy-Mark Poods care of "H 0. k Co.", Jy37-amt
flRANKLIN TYPE AND 8TERK0TYP
1 FOUHDUT, B. ALLISON, Superintendent
Printing MatwIaUofalliklnds. ICS Vine stmt.