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Tester night a droara of beauty. ,
Htolo Into mv uulet brain. " ' "
And I fanclutl I w reaming - .
O'er my childhood's paths again.''
Hand-ln-haud with little broths iwV ' '
Loving as two mated doros, - r. , ,:, , .- . ,
We went building wee clay houfesT ' ' .
la the little elder grovut. WiO
On our floors tho groen most tnrpvt-
Spread as soft as rich Brussels;
flower bloomed In paddock rowe.:)j; 'j;
Oathered from tho woody dell.;
Ccuuava barks uiado Into eradliw. !
Lined with feathery milk-werd down.
Served to quiet our rag babies,
With uiy non-maternal frown.- ' el r j;:',; .
BY MARY H. WILBUR.
. 1 ... - : tit i-1,
Thon art the echo of esch human avert;
Mercy and dope have met thee with a kiss m
Thou art the perfect chain that cannot part -.q
The tlme-defysr unity of bliss. -I,
Thon am the anirlt of the flood ana true . El d
'the baptlrer of the Beautiful, dropped down rt1
in IIQiilit Dal mi, use ruts oi neavsniy uew, -The
spirit's incarnation and its crown. .
.... . .
Thine Is the key that doth unlock each tweet,
Thou liftest up the vail from Sorrow's brow, '
Leading with gentle will our waywantfeet,
Trembling, before tho Eternal One te bow.
-"Troth lies at the bottom of a well,"
bat the well is not in every back yard one
On mature reflection it can't be possi
ble that Truth lies anywhere.,,. ,: , J,
ttSTJohn says that it is bad , mqrldljjbg
with a train of gunpowder; bnt 'if yon.
want to be blown up to a dead certainty,
just tread on a lady s train. He tried it,
and knows. . : 'c '
iSTThe ''Professor" says, in his Uai
paper, that "! Lora totj is aH'.ihe secret
that many, nay most women, have to tell.
When that is said, they are AlkS China
crackers on the morning of the fifth of
July." ' ok .
t" shrewdobserver of humarinature
has come to the conclusion that "the same
ladies who would faint to see 9 man's
shirt on a clothes line, will, in'& waltz,
lovingly repose their heads on the' bosom
of the same garment, when the man is in
'i it.o ......
S8F A man on being asked '.Jiyvhis.
neighbor how his wife did, answered, '!
"Indeed, neighbor, this case is pitiful;
my wife fears that she will die, ana 1 fear
she will not; whioh makes a disconsolate
house." . . U'4;;:!V0
Sei?"Henry, yoa ought to be niaited
to throw away bread like thr- jou might
want it some day." 'mii'-'" ; , '
"Well, mother, would I stivritt any letter
chance of getting it then, ifil should, eat
it up nowr . , !;v
JKaTA physician walking in Mr. Hamil
ton's garden, at Cobhanyexpressed his
surprise at the prodigious growth of .the
" "My dear sir," replied Hamilton,1 re
member they have nothing else to da,";
l"Q," the seventeenth letter of the
English alphabet, was borrowed from the
Latin, and its name came from the French
queue, a tail. It is always followed by u,
and never ends a word. .V .
' J"Mr. Smith, what other commenta
tors are there besides Clarke?".
"Well, John, I don't know,',but we had
some very common taters at my hoarding
house the otter day. , : ;
A man being awakened by the
captain of a boat with the announcement
that he must not occupy nis pcrtn with
his boots on, very considerate replied:
"Oh, the bugs won't hurt 'e7 1 guess;
they are an old pair. Let envrip.
S&"ln one of the counties of Wiscon
sin, it is saii there are three, candidates
for the Legislature: J. M. Boot, democrat;
Robert Hogg, free-soil, and T. II. f)ye,
whig. So, on the eleotion, it will be
"Koot, Hogg or Uye, with the voters.
XTA sneaking, dirty fellow being in
fear ot bailitts, wished to disguise himself.
A wag gave him the following advice:
"Wash yourself, and hold up your head,
and I assure you nobody will suspeot who
you are. ; ,"
S&" An Ohio editor recently took a
cotemporary to task lor copying choice
scraps from his editorial columns and not
giving credit tor them. The cotemporary
replied by saying ho "did not do a credit
tSf "Friend Hallaby, I am pleased
that thee has got such a fine organ in thy
. church. .'
"But," said the clergyman, "I thought
you were opposed to having an organ in a
"So I am," replied Friend Tommy, "but
then, 11 thee worship the Lord by machin
ery, I would like thee to have a first rate
B&.A. little three-year-old girl was rid
ing in the cars with her father a few days
since, when a lady remarked:
"Thak'a a nrettv habv." !'
JrShe little fadv's eves dashed fire as she
dTrfw herself op to her fullest hight and
replied, ' " .':
"I -ain't a baby I wear boots and
hoops!".-., u .. ... " i: , '
Qcitb a Medlby. A witty ezebange
serves np the following queer hash to its
. numerous readers, viz: '
, , 'UnbusUed ladies, pure and nndefiled
Christians, disinterested friends, common
honesty, sound potatoes, first-rate butter,
nnwatered milk, and rich printers are
scarcel1' . . ... ,nx
.1 We indorse it all particularly the last
. . item! 1 - . .. 1 .
A Lovb Stort is Beief. In the
Louisiana lowlands lived lovely Lucy
Leslie. Levi Larkins loved Lucy lavishly.
Lucy loved Levi largely likewise, Levi
lassoed Lucy, ' Lunkini legal lumphead,
lashed the lovers together, and lots of little
' Larkinses leapt limberly long the lump-
: kins, lending loud luster to the land and
likewise causing' lively pleasure to the
hearts of Levi and Lucy Larkins. , ..
Arab Gallantry. A Frenchman, while
' residing in one of the Oriental cities, was
once waterine some flowers in a window.
and accidentally filled the. pots too pro
fuselv. so that a quantity of water hap-
" pened to fall on an Arab, who was below
' The man started np, shook hisi clothes.
and thus gave vent to hii feeliog respect
ing the offender : ,
XI 1 IB mil oiu mull wuu use wins uidj
v s 1. ! st : :m . - mM jimmm.r
1 OHDUS IIUU. U'tStW) BU UUI..WVIIIWI,
lorgive iter, u it is a young man, 1 curse
him; but if it is a young woman, I thank
her", . .. ', .
Paris Fashions for August.
The zMsiiv heat of the weather daring the
last few weeks has earned muslin and barege
to be very generally adopted for out-door cos
tame. Dresses of these thin textures are all
made with flounoes; tome are made with one
broad flounce at tho bottom, and a double skirt,
the edge of which just touob.es the top of the
flounce. This has an effect very preferable to
that of fire or seven narrow flounoos; the latter
style, however, baa reoently been highly fash
ionable. As these narrow Bounces ooiy cover
about one-half of the skirt, the dress, when
made of a thin transparent texture, has the
effect of being composed of two different mate
rials. XI narrow uounoes aro aaoptea tney
should entirely cover the skirt.
Many muslin dresses are made with a low or
half-high corsages, and worn with flohus or
pelerines, some of whioh are extremely showy
and elegant. They are usually made of mus
lin, tulle, or guipure, and tasetully trimmed
with runnings and bows oi colored ribbon.
The sleeves should correspond with the fichu
with wbioh they are worn.
Borne elegant new designs nave been intro
duced in barege, tuouutline de toie, and other
light materials suitable for summer oostume.
Ho form of sleove is at present more iasn-
ionable than the pagoda unquestionably none
is more elegant. An attempt has been made
in Paris to introduce tight sleeves, bat without
Silks baring white grounds, figured with
bouquets of flowers, in variegated hues, are
very fashionable for dinner and evening cos
tume. Dresses made ot these silks are exceed
ingly effective when trimmed with ruches and
bows of colored ribbon in the Pompadour style.
inacKB 1. uress or jaw do sout, having a
white ground covered with small green
obecquers. The skirt has two broad flounoes,
eaoh of which is edged with three narrow frills,
set on in undulating lines and finished with
rouleaux of green silk. The oorange, which is
not pointed at the waist, is naif mgn, and out
square in front in the style called a la Raphael.
It is finished at top by a fronce of green silk,
oonfined at regular intervals by loops. The
front ot tne corsage is ornamented with bows
of green ribbon, the lowest forming a fastening
for the eeinture at the waist. Ihe sleeves have
three narrow frills at the shoulders, and are
finished at ihe lower ends with the same trim
ming. These frills, like those on the flounces,
re edged with narrow rouleaux of green silk.
The undersleeves are formed of large puffs of
white muslin, oongned at the wrists by bands
of needle-work. The coiffure consists of bone
of groen and black ribbon fixed at the baok
part of the head.
Flo. 2. Robe of nankin, with large casaque
of the same material. The corsage is orna
mented with white passementerie in an ara
besque pattern. The pockets and ends of the
sleeves are trimmed in corresponding style.
ine casaque is eagea all round with broad
white braid, and is fastened up the front, from
the lower edge to the throat, with white fancy
buttons. Bonnet of paille de riz, trimmed with
tufts of wheatears. liavolet and strings oi
Fio. 3. Robe Gabrielle, of apricot-oolored
piquo. Tbe front, from tbe edge of the skirt
to the top of tbe corsage, is ornamented with
two rows of open needlework insertion, and
between them is a row of white passementerie
buttons. A Henri IV. hat, turned up at each
side, and ornamented with a long white ostrich
feather, fastened by loops of black velvet.
under tne orim ot tne nat there is a trimming
of black lace. White cambric undersleeves,
and gloves of gray kid.
fid. 4. Kobe of movnehne de $oie figured,
with bouquets of flowers in mauve color. The
skirt has four flounces, edged with bands of
mauve-colored taffetas. The top flounce is
headed by a plisse of mauve ribbon. The
eeinture of gray ribbon, edged with mauve, is
fastened In a bow and long flowing ends in
front of the waist. The berthe and sleeves are
ornamented with trimming corresponding with
that on the flounces, flond- dress of black lace.
Collar and sleeves of worked muslin.
Feat of Strength.
I was yesterday an eye-witness to one of the
greatest feats of strength on record. Accord
ing to a statement recently made by some pro
fessor of gyiunostioi, before his audience, in
his leoture, he said that tho Belgian Giant, who
was said to be the strongest man in the world,
ooaid only lift, at a fair and square lift, nine
hundred pounds. If this be true, I yostcrday
saw Mr. Giant fairly beaten.
Mr. Charlos F. Furry, a looomotive engineer
on the engine "Hercules," N. 0., J. A G. N. E.
Railroad, lifted, at a fair and' square lift, one
thousand pounds. Mr. Ferry is just six feet
high, and weighs two hundred and two pounds.
He stood upon a pair of Fairbank's platform
scales, and passed a threo-qunrter inch rope
under them, allowing tho ends to oomo far
enough through to run a stick through the
loops. He then placed twelve hundred pounds
in weights upon the beam and stopped upon
the scales, taking hold of the centor of the
stick, and, with apparent ease, raised the beam
and held it in that position for nearly thirty
seconds, until all of the bystanders were per
fectly satisfied that It was a fair lift. .
At the suggestion of some person present,
another two hundred pound weight was plaoed
upon the beam; and I confidently believe that,
had not the rope broken, he would hare raised
the twelve hundred pounds. Another rope was
procured, bnt be refused to lift again for noth
ing. Mr. Ferry says that he can, by the aid
of a strap across his shoulders, oarry and walk
twenty or thirty paces with twelve hundred
a little word; it has its own inter
ests, its own laws, its own difficulties and
sorrows, its own blessings and joys. It is tbe
sanctuary of the heart, where the affections are
cherished In the tenderest relations, whero
heart is joined to heart, and love triumphs over
all selfish calculations. It is the training sohool
of the tender plants, whioh in afte years are
to yiold flowers and fruits to parontal care
It is the fountain whence come tho streams
which beautify and enliven social life.
- If any man should have a home, it is the
man of business. He is the true working-man
of the community. The mechanio has his fixed
hours, and when these have run their course,
he may, ere ths day closes, dismiss all anxiety
as his labors ends, and seek the home circle.
Comparatively little has been tbe tax on bis
mind, and not much more on his physical sys
tem, as he learns to take all easy. But the
man of business is nnder a constant pressure.
Bis is not a ten-hour system, with an interval
of rest; bnt he is driven onward and onward
early and late, without the calculation of hours.
He mast be employed. In the earnestness of
competition in the complexity of modern
modes of business in the fluctuations which
frequently occur in the solicitous dependenoe
on tbe fidelity and integrity of others he bus
no leisure moments during tbe day. With
mind incessantly under exciting engagements,
and a body without its appropriate nutriment,
he may well pant for home, and bail tbe mo
ment when he may escape from his toils
seek its quiet, and its affection and confidence.
the door-stop of the oounting-houte, of which
I was then but the youngest clerk, when the
companion beside me hurriedly said, "There
he comesl There comes Washington!"
looked np Pearl street, and saw approaching,
with stately tread and open brow, the Father
of my country. His hat was off, for the day
was sultry, and he was accompanied by Colonel
Sags and James Madison. Never have I for
gotten, nor shall I to mv dyina day forget, the
serene, the benign, the godlike expression
tne countenance oi mat man oi men. uis lol
mien and commanding: figure, set off to advan
tage by an elogant dreis, consisting of blue
mat, bun small-oiotnes, silver knee and shoe
buckles, and whits vest; his powdered looks, and
powerful, vigorous look, (for he was then In the
prime and strength of his manhood,) have never
faded from my mina during the many years
whioh. with all their ebanees and enenges,
have rolled between. Pttttml JttcvlltcHon
oftU America RtwWtm.
Wi B. DODSS,
Formerly of Ball.Dodds Oo.i late Urbai,Dodd 0o.
Wi B. Dodds & Co.,
' nAHOfAotraiES or tna -.
Fire and Burglar Prool
JB -A TP ES JS ,
8. W. Corner of Vine & Second Street.
This is the most reliable FIBB AND BTJEOtA. ;
PUOOF 8AFB that is made in the baited 8tais,and
to warranted perfectly free from dara j. Can be sold
at lowBrprlceV, and is of better workmanship than
can be found elsewhere. .
We have a large assortment on band, and are de
termined to sell at prices that cannot fall to please.
Taken In exchanre. SECOND-HAND
ways on hand at extremely low prices.
QUEEN CITY VAENI8H CO ,
43 Vine Street, 1
Continues to manufacture all varieties of
T A X -A. 2ST 3
PROMPT ATTENTION given to ordors, and all
good sent out guaranteed to be of good quality.
COAL OIL! COAL OIL!!
Burning and Lubricating Oil,
MANUFACTURED t BOM
. BY TUB
GREAT WESTERN COAL & OIL CO.
For saloln Quantities to suit nnrcbMers, and war.
ranted eQiial to any In the market. Orders nt to
tho office of the Company, Newark, Ohio; or at their
Agency, No. 13 West Front St., Cincinnati. jel
Saltonstall's Fire and Water Proof,
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC .
COATING FOR ROOFS.
THE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
Coating for Motal Eoofa.or any Iron Work ex
posed In use. Warranted to withstand the severest
tosts of Heat, Cold, Bain, or Sulphuric Acid, and re
main perfectly impervious to Water. It will not
melt, crack, wash or scalo off. For new, old, leaky
metal roofa, or for canvas roofs, it is m per cent,
cheaper than any other coating. All orders accom
panied with the cash or satisfactory references, will
be promptly rilled, in any unsold territory South and
West of Now York aud Pennsylvania. For further
Information, apply o p. K0T8 te CO.,
Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers.
jeT-t 132 West Second street, Olnelwnatl, Ohio.
167 Walnut Street.
FOLDING SPRING JIMESS
WEIGHS ONLY 63 LBSI MA.NTJFAOTTJBED,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, BY
BENNETT & CO.,
jv21-am Bvcamore street, below T ifth.
AT HE DUCES) PRICES.
HTE IIAVE 03f HAND THE LARGEST
i t variety aud beat selected assortment of Qua
Fixtures in Cincinnati, roosisting of all that is new
or desirable in tho Gas Fixture linn.
We warrant evory Fixture we eoll to be v)nal, both
In material and flnis'', to any that is sold In tills o
any otlior market, aJ In addition will irunrant j
them to retain their color and remain perfeot fo Uvi
years from the time thoy are put up by us.
Call, aoe, and examine our stock,
MoHKNUY t CABSON.
Jy21-cm 182 Main street, near Fourth.
L.X. VAN, H. V. SiBJUSOXa.
VAX & BARRINGER,
Van's Celebrated Patent Combined
COOKING STOVES, ;
For WOOD or COAL. The most convenient, eco
nomical and durable Cooking Btove ever invented,
fur Steamboats, Hotels, Bostanrants and Private
Bonesa. Cooking and boiling water for waaU and
bath rooms, in Targe quantities, in any adjoining
apartment by the same tire. - i. . ..
Warerooms, 179 Main St., Cincinnati.
aVBightstomanufaotnreand sell these 8TOYE8
may be secured on application to the proprietors, at
their warerooms. t 'S
, CLARETS t CLARETS it
WE HAVE RECEIVED
100 Cases St. Jullen Ciarot.
Which we offer at a small advance. . ;
. E. F. W. JU. OOLEMAN, ,
Jell S and 6 Burnet House Building
qfi GROSS TOILET SOAP,
OW On consignment, very low.
Hotels, Boarding-Hounes and families would do
well to examine tne stock. "
K. B. 4 W. B. COLEMAN.
Jn21 S and Mnrnat Home Building.
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR SHEET,
and Boiler Iron. Plow Slabs, Railroad Spikes,
Also, Agents lor tne sate or iron ion siarrtan.
1 KaetBeoond Street, Cincinnati,
as-All kinds Iron mads to order.
DRS. B. EHRMAN & W. C. LEECH.
Offliw hours from
46 BBVKNTH 8TBEET.
Money! Money! Money! ;
MONET LOANED ON WATCHES, JKwl
BI.RY and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of interest, at No. 9U West Sixth street, be
tween Walnut A Vine. 241
And nth.r favftrita hrands. aonstantlv an hand.
. w. d. uobatm&n,
B and 6 Burnet House Building.
ivJI PLA8TEU8. These Plasters are excellent
remeciss in cases of palu and weakness In ths side,
breast or back ; also, in rbenmatio affections, eontche,
asthma, sprains, bralMs, and kidney or spinal affeo.
tlnna. Th Arnica. Oalbannm. Pitch. Poor Man's
and Hemlock Plasters, are manufactured of various
sizes, on kid or cloth, and Poor Man's on paper, by 8.
A. Rir riTU.and supplied to dealers and druggists
on as good terms as any manufacturers In the TJ. 8.(v)
r ADIES-IF YOU WI8fl A SOOD DOU-
bla-Tbreaded Family 8ewtn kfaohtie: which
for practical nse ean not oe
i surpassed, call at No. t
Carlisle Bnilding, second story, oorner Fourth and
Walnut, and toe "Novelty," Brnsn's Patant, the only
Machine that can De usea wiid ennerssius leoraou
ble thread. It Is the best Machine made, and never
breaks needles. Callandse.it, or send for. Circular
gSjd SHClm.n ofwork. W. T. OOLBMAN.
Dolt Agent forth Vest and gouth-wM.
Cincinnati, Office M Went Ponrtu streot,
OP THOSE INTENDINfl 10 PURCHASE,
we desire personal Investigation of the com
parative merits of those Sewing Machines with all
others In the market. '
tBU , FRANK DBNET, Agont.
G. C. KNIFFIX&CO.
Ladd, Webster & Co.'s,
(Late Hunt, Webster ft Co.',)
No. 6 West Fourth street, Cincinnati.
these Machines have been steadily advancing In
popular faror for the past year, and are now esteemed
by all who have given them a trial as the "Ne Flos
Ultra" of Sewing Machines. The evenness and reg
ularity, and tightness of stitch made by them, has,
more then 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. Ther commend them
selves to ths dress-maker by the regularity of the
feeding arrangement, which never packers or tears
tbe work, by the uniformity of stltoh alike on both
sides of tbe fabric, by their noiseletsness and rapi Jl
ty; to the tailor by their great strengtl and durabili
ty, tightness of stitch and ispaclty for using linen
thread; to families, by ths combination of all these
Qualities. Send tor a circular and sample ofwork.
jyl-t l .
GROVER & BAKER
SEWING MACHINE CO.
68 WEST FOURTH STREET,
A S AN EVIDENCE OP THE SUPERIOR
2 ity of the Machines manufuctnred by the Gro
ver and Baker Sewing Machine Co., they have over
sn.oooindallyuieln manufactories, work-shone and
families. Pnullo patronage Is the beet evidencoof
merit. These Machines, alike victorious over preju
dice and competition, now justly enjoy trior nuirer
sal favor than has ever been bestowed upon any
Sewing Machine. . . . ,.,
Manufacturing Machines making the shnttle
stitch, and Family Machines making the celebrated
Graver 4 Baker stitch, of a different patterns, vary
ing In price from 50 to J125; descriptive circulars of
Machines and Illustrations of tho stltch.can be bad
on application, by letter or otherwise. je-A)
KELSEY & GO'S.
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
Price, from 925 to 15.
IT IS A FACT, CONCEDED BY ALL,
that these Machines etand pre-eminently iiasr
iu the phalans of Sewing Machines.
Their undoubted merit., easo of management, and
superiority of work combine to recomnioud them to
the public as tho most desirable Family Machine ox
tant Call and examine at No. 30 West Fourth streot.
Very liberal discounts made to Agente.
' Address, D. W. HAKBINGTON CO.,
Je20 Box 1661; Cincinnati, Ohio.
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES.
Pnctt Seduced to 9SO, $75, $110 and $125.
Singer's New Family Sewing Machine,
the price of which Is only is allghtand elegant
ly decorated Machine, capable of performing, in the
best style, all the sewlug of a private family.
Hlnger'n Transverse shuttle Machine,
To be sold at 7S, Is a Machine entirely now in its ar
rangemenf, it is very beautiful, moves rapidly aud
very easily, and, for family nee and light mauufno
turing purposes, is the very best and cheapest Ma
chine ever offered to the public
Singer's No. 1 Standard Shuttle machine,
Formerly sold at 8139. but now reduced to JI10,
known all over the world. Every sort ofwork can
be done with it.
Singer's No. 3 Stnndnrd Shuttle Machine,
This is the favorite manufactnring Machine every
where. Price, with table complete, f 123. .
ET Send for a Oircnlar.
" ' Agent for J. M. Singer 4 Co.
No. 8 East Fourth street,
leM.f CINCINNATI, OHIO,
LESTER'S SEWING MACHINES.
I WOULD BESPECTFULLY INFORM
the sewing public that I am tho sole authorized
Agout for the sale (f the
LESTER'S IMPROVED SHUTTLE
And being well acquainted with Itsmorits, and famil
iar with iu operation. I feel confident that those
want of such an article, will give it preference over
all others now before the public.
I doom it unnecessary to enumerate all It. advan
tages, as those who may wish to paroliase will proba
bly prefer to satisfy themselves by personal Inspec
tion, wmcn mer mar uu ur vauiny
i. ssPawiiii nnrchutlnff Liter's Hewing Machine
will receive practical instructions upon tnoni free
charge. All machines warranted.
WILLIAM IAPII AM, Agent.
- ; No. 92 West Fourth stnet, di rectly
Jy26-tf-f . -j . Opposite Post Office.
S E WIN G MA OH IN E
' , .
I believe I make the best Lock-stitch Sewing Ma.
shines, in ths world, If the purchaser dons not think
so after six months trial, I will refund yoa ths ,
:!' ... ; .
08O ACTD OllO,
Price of Machines.
OFFIflB AND SAtE BOOMS-Dlroctly on
Northwest corner Main and Fourth streets, over
Owen s Jewelry establishment.
Evens' Variety Machine Works,
SEWING MACHINES, MODELS TOR
PATENTS, and every varietyof light Machinery
manufactured and repaired at P X VENH, Jr., No.
wauiatstreet, vrooinuau, vnie,
Two Threaded Double 10cU Tight Stitch
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
ALSO THE VERNON
n.nianHtrh.twnalnii. nrlca A.l.l.Ofl and A40.OO,
Tb very latest invention and the most ooisel. m
.ri r,nniiiff ma..), J na ax tatit. The above named
machines make the same stttcb,' equally as wsll
hiidier priced ones. On these machines we apply
only Heniraer that will tnrn any width of hem-It
the only one In tne market that is adjustable to
any wid'h "f liem, witn any tmcanessoi cioin.
rttBiiiimln th Annntrv wishlns BamDies.
or information, by inclosing 3o. stamp, will receive
Local agents wanted in all the clles and towns
Ohio. Address . a. A. Jiao, agenj.
.... f . ' P. O. Boa 1A10:
Or call at Deati Swift's Wateh and Jewelry Store,
157 Bain street, 2a aoor auove sounu, umcianan,
nawm sewing maciiines
I. HOWI, Jr.; Patentee of ihe original Sewing
FOB. FAMILY C8E AND MANUFACTUIU
INO PC11P08K8." ' ' ' I
The rsmlly Machines are well adapted fcr tailors'
m, or niter fitting. Bowe'e prllnder Machines,
all leather stitching, neve always held a repute-
ttoD far above ant other. The public i
m-mU. .nH Mimhu. whore
i vium, mult . 1 1 1
beat salted. -
19 West Fourth street, iu ll1
tailing store, Cincinnati. 0.
Incorporated 18197 Charter Perpetual
nrjPA dnnr, Kfntill.1iAriln f'incinnati in 1 N'2.5. SU'
tedating all present local Insurance Companies and
Agencloa In the Insurance buslieie in this city. J,l
years constant duty bore, combined with wealth, ex
nerlence, enterrri?e and liberality, especially com
mend the JSTNA ln.nronce Oiimpany to the favora
ble patronaeeof tills commnnlly standing solltaiy
and alone, the solo survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of 18'i5. , ,
(ABSOLUTE AID UNIMPAIRED. with a
SUlt PLUS UK 1,030,423 80.
And the prestige of to ysrs success and experience.
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
wTn.w. . w wxt a c.ife nnn nan 1 nd,ru
Have been paid by tho im Insurance Company in
Firs and Inland Nnvlgmlon.-Rlsks accepted
ine past IV renin
at terms consintent with solvency and lair prouts.
Kspwial attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms of 1 to 5 years.
Application made to any duly authorized Agent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
Iinate Imursnre bunineei, this Company is enabled
to offer both indemnity for tho past and secuiityfor
tbe future. Policies issued without delay by
JA8. H. CAUTKB, Agont, No. 40 Main street.
A. F. PAT01I, Asalitaut Alont.
H. K. LIND8EY, Agent 171 Vine street.
J. J. HOOKER, Agent. Fulton, 17th Ward. atlS
mill? MOST KEL.IABIEHREAND
JS. , BUKUliAK l-KUUB OA MS. uiey naiegiveu
more entiefactlon tnan any otner now in nee.
Wajoffor a reward of ON E THOUSAND IJtM.
r a ff J tn niiv nnnnn t.httt nin. nn to the nroaen
timshownninglo instance wheroln they have failed
.a .......... tliotr ..nntntitfl
Witt. .l.laHAITR urn rlinll.nirn nil RnmDOtition. M
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Troor now made; nnd pre willing to
test with any establishment in the Union, and the
par y failing liret, to forfeit to tho other, the sum
'we are prepared to furnish a betler Safe, and at less
coat, than any otber manufacturer iu the United
Second-nana Bales nxoruor mnKem, iw uuuuuu.
Weresoectlnlly luvitetne nuniic 10 can buucxiuu
ine our stock before nurrhiwing HlsRwhore.
IIILiU, 1 lUtlflJII Ob Vl.
anol2-avt Kos.lAaml 17 EukI CnliiniMastreet.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX
Cholera, Bilious Cbolic, and
AIL PAINS LY THE STOMACH & VOWELS,
Mad by GEO. 8. LIGHT,
WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, CINCINNATI.
FOR SALE BY JOHN D. PARK, SHIRE, EOK.
STINK & CO., and Druggists generally. Order loft
at Wilmamsos ft IUTrmn, AO. 41 Walnut street
bo atloimcti to. - -
TUK OLD DOMINION
. ' and .
A ItT MlIU'S
SELF - SEALING
' and .
The best now In nie and all prepared for Sealing,
P Il A IT'S
MILK - PAN
The greatest invention yet Every house-keeper
ABTHTJB, BUBNnAM A OILKOT,
. Bannfacturers of Patent Artloleg.
KeTTrade Depot for the West, ' ',
2i East Pearl street, Cincinnati. . ..
JOSEPH It. GBEEN, Agent.
mer"mt for a trade Circular. ' aul
BUILDING LUMBER FOR SALE
AtRodured Piloes for Cash orshortTlme,by
THOS. W. FARRIN & CO.,
- ON FHEEMAN 8TBBBT, . .
Next to the Oincinnati, HamUlon and Dayton Ba
road. We offT for sale:
ROTO jocnst jrencerosw, ; . ,
7(iO Cedar " do; - . v -.j, .
MM Cbesnut Onk do;
1400 Cedar Grape Sticks; ;
90,000 feet Hemlock Fence Boards;
?00,000 " White Pins " do;
eno.wo " Yellow " '" '' do; ' -
am mm HMn oIa.,
8xo!ooO feot Pine, Onk.Toplar and Hemlock Joist,
Hcantilng anu Timber, an sizes ana leiigiug.
1.10.000 rest clear X, 1, 1H, in, i, ;s anu . intu,
700,000 " first Common, all thickness;
7 H),000 " second " . do;
100,000 " Grab Plank; . ' ' J
Together with a large variety of Flooring, Weather
, uaiu, lliuuer, oiu
cash bills. .
free of charge iu tbe city upon
AflER MANY YBAE8 OF PRACTICAL
experience In ths art of Mnstard-maklng,
proprietors offer the above brand of Mustard to
pnblio, guaranteeing It a strictly pure arnoie, mmii.
factnredfrom the best Quality of seed.careftilly
l....! .1(1. Ihi ..fevn nf nrnil nnln ff a Mustard HUrK'
dV in l u-I AVliU ifin PUNflENCY TO ANY
NOW IN USB. , We have no hesitation In saying
that all lovers of good aitistarii will it no iuo i. a.
to be that which tney so frequently fail to obtain,
MUSTARD THAT 18 MUSTARD.
-rr HARRI80N & WILSOW,
JeS4 09 and 101 Wnlnnuatreet.
i, JOHN BONER, i
. (srjoosssoa to rsria smith,) . ,
. At 86 West Fifth st.,!
Hns eonstantly on hnad a Luce Variety
600DS, TOTS, CHINA,
Fishing Tackle, Milittuy Goods, etc,
WHOLESALE AND BKTAIL,1"'
r.AT VERY LOW PRICES.,
apM ' '
THE ; OUTCAST. ELASTIC ME
TALIiIO BOOFINO'Ms ofTered to ths pnt.jlo
as ths best and cheapest Metal Roof now used,
merits tested by a,n experience of years in this
.ni..ini. k nnlld to flat at eteeo. old or
buildings. No solder used -fatened s-curely with
out exenre to the action oi ne sienienu..
Pmpared sheets, boxed for shipment te aay part
the United States, can bs appllea uy auy one
)jlo tf ' m West second strut.
Hamilton & Dayton.
FOUK DAILY TEAINS LEAVK THE
Sixth-street Depot. ' ....
Trains run through to Indianapolis, Lima, ban
duekyand Cleveland without change of cars.
Through Tickets for all Kastern, Western, North-,
ern and Kortu-wesrern cuies.
ti A. Ifl ISAJrnimn TftAin Msimrauni iiuib,
which lusoven minutes faster ihan OiDoinnatl) For
niVAi,,i t, Pittalinm. via Delaware, makes clues
connection at Orestllno for Pittsburg, Baltimore,
Philadelphia and new I or a; ana a. iinveianu ior
DiinKirx, uunaio, ixrauo i. "-'ri"
nd..,a fiHtn. wiih iinvtn and MIchlBan Boad for
T.n.. Uln.... UMnav T.lmn ITnrt. W.v n. und ChlcaflO.
reaching Chicago at T.30 P. U Qulncy and Sslaiia at" i
7 A. H. A leo, at Dayton with Greenville and Miami
lioaa, ror ureenviue, union, v iqchwhm inu u-
cie. Also, connects at Ulchmond with Indiana ,0en- ,tr
tral Boad, for Indianapolis, Lafeyette. tlhicago.Terre
Haute, Bt. tionia, anu an wesiern ciun. ..
Richmond with Cincinnati and Chicago Boad, for
Anderson, Kokomo and Peril. Also, connects with
Junction Railroad at Hamilton fur Oxfurd.
A. 1U. Ill AIL, TilAl-SOr layion,opriDK. j
(Id and Sandusky - Connects at oandusky with. - ,(
BTRAMBR for DETBOIT: at UEBAN AforCOLUM- ., .
BUS; at Forest with Plttsborg, FortWaynaaudCbi
cngo lioad, Gast and West; at Clyde with 0. and To-
ledo Koad for Clevelmd and Bulfulo, Tolodo, Detroit .
and Chicago. This train also connect! at DELA
W AKli witli the 0., 0. & C. Boad for Cleveland and
""iSaO TRAIN For Dayton, Bnrlngfleld 1
and Sandusky-Oonnects at .Forest with Pitt.burg. ' -
Fort w ayno ana umcaso uoho, s.asi snu iirsij at
Clyde with 0. and Toledo Koad for Cleveland ang Buf
falo, Toledo. Detroit and Chicago. Also, connects at ;
Ulchmond for Indianapolis. Terrs Ilaute, St. Louis 1
and Chicago. Alio, connectswlth Juucllon Ballroad
at Hamilton tor uxiora. -
P. AI. TttAIM For Dayton, Troy, Plans, Bid.
ney, Lima, Fori Wayne and Chicago, reacbiug Chi- .
cagoat 8 A. 11. . V -j
for The 6 and 8 A M. trains connect at Cleveland ,
with steamers for Uuffalo. 1
Forfurtn.r liuormation sua Ticxeu, sppry si ins
icket ofnees-north-east corner Front and Broad- '
way; No. lr,s w ainut-street, n-sr uinton uouse; si ,
the uow Ticket Ofnce, oi the west side cfVine-itreet, '
between Fostofflce and Burnet IIouso; st tbe Waluu' -Street
llouse, or at the Slxtu-ntret Depot.
anlO V atuuAlvj.i, Duperiuienaeni.
COMMENCING APRIL 11.1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
THREE THROUGH EXPRKSS TRAINS.
r 1 1 3 1 L 1 mil uu. .n.pini3iun .,wuii,i.
Columbus and Cleveland, vis ( 'olunjbus, Crestline and
Pitteburgh, via Columbus, Bteubcnvllle and Pitts'
burgh, DetroitviaClevolandaudateamer. This Train
stops, between Cincinnati mid Columbus, at Love,
land, Dcertleld, Morrow, Xenia, Odarville, South ;.
Charleston, jjouuon anu vvoai jeuemuu. .
Second Train- No. 2 Exprvss. at 8:3(1 A. M., connects
via Columbus, Bellnlr aud Bonwood; Wheeling; via
Columbus, Mteubonvillu and Pit taburg; via ilolumbua,
Crestline and Pittsburg: via Columbus and Cleve
land; Detroit, via Cleveland aud steamer: M hite 8ul
phur Station, via Sprinsneld ThisTraln stops be
ween Cincinnati and Ci'luinbui, at Platnville, mil.
ford, Mianilvllle, Lovelaud, Deerfield, Morrow, Cor-
win, opring aiiey, Anuiauti iiuHuuu.
Third Train-AocomuK'dalloo, at 1:40 P. 11,, for
Columbus and Sprlngneld. .'..
Fourth Train NUht Express, at 11:30 V. M.; coa
neots viaColuuibus, Bellalr and Bonwood; Wheeling,
via Columbus. Steubenvillo and PltUbnrg; via Co-
lumbus. Crostnue ana rmenuig: visuoiuiudu. aao
Cleveland. This train stops at L
Corwln, Xemaaud London. BLE.
This train stops at Loveland, Morrow,
THIS TltAlN. - r
No. 1 Bxnress. throush toOIevelandwIthoutchange
No. 2 Exprees, through to Wheelingwithont change
of cars. ..... . .
The mum JSArKs.sn tram leaving uincinnaii ,
at 1 1:30 P. M., runs daily, except SATU KDAT8. The
other Trains run daily, except SUNDAYS.
Ynr nil liifnrmtttlnn. and rhrouffh Tlckel
For all Information, and Through Tickets to Bos-
ton, New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, wheeling, and all the Gaatern plaoes,
apply at the Offices, walnut Street House, No. lBur
net Uouse, south-east corner of Srosdway and Front
streets, and at tbe Eastern Depot.
Trams run uy uoiumons lime, wmou is seven nun,
a tea faster than Cincinnati tiete. . "
j. uuiiAnu, cup s. .
Omnibuses call fornasssngers by leaving direction
at the Ticket OfJfteSj my!7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST.
lmy lne vaangeoj i ars oeitgeevs iaciniKus,,
and Chicago. ' " "
Three PsssenaerTrainslAavotlinoIniiatldallv. from
thefootof Mill and Front streets, ,
6:M A. M,-Ohicago Mail arrive! st IndUrusMlls at
10:30 A. M.J Chicago at 7M 1', hi. This trtftn con
nects with all night trains on t of Chicago, for ths
West and nortn-wosi. .-..
is.m M. Torre Haute and Lavfavette Acconimod
tion arrives at Indianapolis, lit fciO P. II., making
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terre Hants
Trains and Indianapolis and Lafayette trains for
Decatur, Hpringlleld, Naples, Quinry, Ilannlbaland
Bt. Josepli; also with Peru trains for Peru, FLWayns
6:0(1 P.M. Chicago Express arrives at Indianapolis
at 10:30 P. M.; Chicago at 7:40 A. 11. Making class
connections at Chicago with all morning trains out
of Chicago. This train connects at Indianapolis
with Terro mute trains ior an roinis nest aau
BleeDlngoars are attaolied to all ths night trains
on this line, aud run tuiough to Cnicago without
change of oars. .; ' ' ;
This IS exclusively a vi esiern sua norta-weaiern
route, and with faverable and tollable arrangements
with all oonnecting roads throughout ths entire
West, guarantees unusual care sua i ae ampiess ac
nmmoaations 10 ine pawons oi ini. uuo. .
swr Be sure you two In t he right ticket office before
ra purchase your tickets, and ask , for tickets via
Uawrenceourg ana luuittiinpuu.
Fan tbe same as by any other routs. Baggage
checked through. '.
THKUCOH TICKETS, good until used, can be ob
tained atthe ticket ouloes, at Spencer House Corner,
north-east corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net House Oorner; at the Walnnl-stroet Bouts, and
. TiAnnt office, foot of AI ill. os front street, where
all necessary Information may b had. .. . .
umuiDUSses run to anu Hon mom ivain, wuu w
call foi passengers at all hotels and all parts of the
city.bj leaving address at either office. v
mylO ' ' - " General Ticket Agent.
SHORT—LINE RAILROADS. Cincinnati, Richmond &
LAFArri. ., ..,
: , IiOOanspoMi
1 ' FfJBT WATNB.
TWO DAILTTHEOUOIITRAIN8 leave Sixth street
Depot, at 6 A. M. and t:30P. M.
g A. M.-INDfANAPOLI8, HI. tiOUIS ft OHIOA.
GO FAST EXPBKBH.-l'hronghdirect.ruaklngoloss
connections for all other Western and North- estern
Bjlnts. This Train also conneclsat Blohmond with
inoinnatl and Ohicago Boods, for Anderson, Koko.
no. Logansporf, and all points on We&asb Vallsy
MV.' M. INDIANAPOLIS, CHICAGO-' AT.
10DISNIGHT KXPBKSU.-Thealiovs Trains wake
close connections at Indianapolis, Lafwotte and Chi
cago, with Trains for Terre llanle, Sprlnffleld, Bock
Island, Galesbnrg, Kenosha, Laftosse, Jacksonville,
Danville. Burlington, Milwankee, ttaU.00, Naples,
Galena, Qulncy, Prairie dn Ohien, Pans. "'
Dnnleith.Bacino, Decatur, Bloorclugton, Jollei La
Halle, at. Paul, and all twns and cities in the North
WsHTThrongh Tickets gives and Baggage cheeked
thFor?urtber information and Through' tickets, a.
ply to Ticket Ofuces,novtb-eait corner ol Front -ana
Broadway; No. 169 Walnut street, near Fourth; at
south-oast corner of Fourth and Vine Street, or SI
Omnibuses will call for passecgors by leaving their
CANDY I OANDY
3E3I-: 3JkT. OXi.n.It,
(SnccessortoMmsACo,) ' "'
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES.
40 MAIN STREET,
S. HiaVSV. . JAS. COLVILLS. ' B. . STAkll.
HA2VEY, COIVIILE & CO,,
Wholesale Oreeera.' Clenernl Frodnos and
" No. 16 East Columbia streeti Cincinnati, Ohio.
Wholesale Dealers If Flour, Wheat, Oais, Bye,
Cheese, Butter, Beans; Clover snd Timothy Seed,
ind Dried Fruit. . . .....
sw-Hark Goods ear of H., 0. ft Oo.' jyir-amt
EAKKLIN TTPH AND 0TBKKOTTPJ
rOIIllDRV. B. AI.L1HON. InKorintanH.nt
Printing llatsrlsls of aDlklods. 184 Vine street, If