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SATURDAY...- - SEPTEMBER 3
SIX CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE
PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
omen, U WK8T fourth-bibim.
SCHOOL MARM'S SECESSION.
Iu silence all the urchins sat
Like onions "drilled In rows,"
V hn oil hor oli.nr Ui4.icb.ool uiariu got,
While nil the rows arose.
Ir youthful piatos oach in turn,
I'.y school uiniiu's lore are foil,
And juvcuile Senators hero loarn
That l-o-U spell loud !
"Now silenco all !" Mlnorva cries:
"Stand liiiandipell, JuhnS ilflui ,.
In unmaking tunes John straight replies,
That "r-e-d spell" road
"I)o It, Imlnwl I you stupid 1A
Y ou know it is not so: .
I taught yon that to spell mysolf-
Doos l-o-e spoil tow!"
Ann Bird comes ncxt-"Put down your hook
And spell wbate'or yon .choose;"
Then Ann responded with a look,
That "u s-e spvlla ow 1
" h, mc ! In vain," the teacher siubs,
"These hmla I strive to mar;
I'ororethoyupfroni shoots arise,
Thoy always leave this orol"
"And though In forms I koep tholr fonns,
For life their iniiuls to form
llnw shall 1 all tli"ir faults infirm,
Whon they're not uniform I"
"Vet more she spoke "I'd tire never,
Hor doubt nor sorrow feel,
Honeo l hail a huh forever
A fellow for uiy weal!
"Pa -farewell, school ! I'll sot my cap,
And oue tiling more I'll try lor
I'll write a spell hy which to trap
A iiics youug man to sigh for I
"And should my suitor faithful provo,
Then why should I resist
Hit with that 1 should share his lovo,
And happy be dismissed I"
An Accomplished Servant.
A friend of ours recently boing loft a
widower and having a small family, ho
Mill cherished the notion of having them
about him iu his own home, so he Bought
help in an intelligence oflice.
Our friend is n sympathizing soul, uml
aeoing u poor girl move ordinary in her
ui)earauco than the othors, ho chose her
i'ur a trial. She assured him none could
compare with bor in domestic duties,
"only give me tha convanioncos," says
"Biddy," said her master, next morning,
"make bo me coffee, and when it is ready
'Faith an' I will, sir." And Biddy
busied herself in preparing breakfast.
After the lapse of some time, and no cull,
Biddy's master went in and found her
cnnazed in building a pyramid of tho
sediments taken from tho colTuo pot, after
having thrown the delicate liquid away.
"Why, what aro you doing, Biddy?"
said her master.
''I'm at'thcr wondering d'ye ato tho
black stuff with the butter ou it, or how."
iJiddy was enlightened, and promised
A fow mornings after Biddy was trou
bled to kindle a fire; she had well-nigh
bursted her lungs and cheeks, in her
eilorts to obtain a blaze. At this j tincture
an inveterate joker, a friend of tho family,
bteps in and soeing Biddy's fix, kindly
voluntoers to rolieve hor; so pointing to a
horse pistol that hung against tho wall,
ho bid her reach that down and point it
at the refractory spark, intimating his
astonishment that so intelligent a girl
should not havo known of its use before
riha did as sho was bid, and singularly
enough tho wood at tho samo time com
menced to blazo. Biddy was in raptures
to think how easy only to point and it
burns. Why, in Ireland they have to
yiull ana push until their arras ache:
wouldnt she know whore to hnu it
now. She was thankful to the gentle
man for showing her, and Biddy was seen
many mornings alter that patiently point'
ing tho big horse pistol at tho firo grate
to kindlo her nrc.
Successive failures, however, induced
lier subsequently to relinquish tho novel
Her last effort at cooking eclipsed all
her other exploits. To the inquiry of her
master couiu slio cook green corn, her
muignant reioinor, "Cook, d ye say. fcura
haven't 1 cooked it many's tho time,"
silenced all skepticism, and she was en
trusted to prepare a choice lot of the
best to be had in the market
Noon came, and with it a hungry ex
pectant man. On tho table stood a large
pyramid of smoking corn cobs; by tho
side of the table, like a faithful sentinel,
stood Biddy with beaming eyos, watching
alternately her master and the cobs. His
eye caught the cobs, and although very
angry, ho could not restrain his risiblcs,
and so roared out lustily, in which Biddy,
ignorant of tho cause, joined him hoartily.
'rfo, so, Biddy, you cooked mo some corn,
did you?" said ho, when ho had coolod off
"rio I did," said she; "how do you liko
"Tlicso aro tho cobs, Biddy, where is
"if you mane those bits o' things I took
from thoso holes, sure 1 throw themaway,"
said she; and sure enough sho had been
at trouble of picking green corn from the
cobs, boiled the cobB and thrown tho corn
Biddy had leavo of absence for art in
definite period, and should any humani
tarian seek to cultivate her acquaintance,
who can probably bo found in the same
intelligence office sho was taken from
before. Any person can toll her; sho has
green corn unmistakably marked on her
J-Afc a village called "Tho Centre,"
iu tho northern part of Vermont, the
hoys and girls last month had a glorious
danco and a gay time generally. A youth,
nut having tlio fear of tho hottlo before
his eyes, managed to get dceidedly in tho
fog upou this unwonted occasion, and
slyly withdrew under tho bod of tho
ladies' dressing room to recruit.
sooner had he closed his eyes, than a pair
of blooming damsels camo in front
hall, and began adjusting their disordered
rimjhti Tho girls had tonatics. whiuli
ran in this wise: "What a nice daneo
Wro having! Havo you heard anybody
say anything about nic;' Jane?" "La, yes,
Sally! Jim Brown says ho never Baw you
look so Jhanditomo as you do to-night.
Havo you hoard anything about me?"
"About voul why, eartin; I heard
Flint tell Sam Jonos that you was
prettiest drossed girl in the room."
Whereupon the dear things chuckled,
"flxod up" a littlo more, and were starting
off glibly for fresh gossip, when our lmlf
conscioua friend raised himself upon
elbow, and quite intelligibly, though
slowly, inquired "Ha you heard
borry say anything about sin, girls?"
('Phansy their pheelinks," at this junc
ture! They fled with an explosive scream.
Ono evening whon the clouds M ere dis
charging tho accumulated moisturt i of two
or thrco weeks of, dry weather, a nd the
waters wcro covering the earth, oeyond
tho immediate capacity of sowers to drain
it, a couple of strangers of that class some
times denominated "seeds," woro observed
making their doviotts way up tho avo flue.
No other pedestrians than thenisalves
wcro visible, but they wcro "enough" for
the whole width of the sido walk. Ono
of them was evidently very drunk, the
other only happily titihfc Tho latter,
whmn for distinction wo shall call Mink,
seemed somewhotanxious to reach shelter,,
while tho other didn't care a continental
if ho didn't get home till morning. After
staggering along soiuo distance the drunk
er of tho two bogan to suspect that some
thing was not as it should be. 1 lo leaned,
up against a lamp-post, embraced it affec
tionately, and looked up at tho black sky
above him. Presently no asked his ooiu
rado with drunken astonishment:.
"Dick (hie) docs cr rain? (hie)"
'lu course it rains," says Dick.
The answer was apparontly satisfactory,
and they proceed several rods further,
when tho question was again propounded
by the anxious searcher after truth under
"Dick, 1 say Di (hie), toll me, does her
"Johnny," said Dick, solemnly, "I m
afraid ycr drunk; in courso it's raining."
In :v few minutes Johnny was tijmin
troubled with doubts, and sought to solve,
"Dick, seems cr mo (hic)sergoin (hie)
cv rain? (hie.)
(Dick exasperated) "Johnny, ycr a.
fool. Don't yersoo it is a rainiu'. Can't,
ycr feci it raitiiu', Johnny?"
(.lolmny.) "'JScuse mo Di (hie.) I aitit.
much acquainted in this town (hie.) De
0 " '
BitlDOK. Tbo reason why tlio very word or
iKimo of bridge appears not in all theooriplure,
is because tho rivers if Palestine, woro either so
shallow thoy were passable by funi, or so deep
that they we'o ferrii'd over.
GLASGOW AND NEW YOHK
STEAM TO ULAROO .uIVEBPOOL, BRLFA8T,
DU11LIN ANH LOHDOSDKBUY
t oil H IO.
rnoH new Tons,
(Jlr.sjmw, Thomson, Wednesday, Aug. "4,atl2r.GOu
Kdiiitiiii-gli.Cuinniing.. Wednesday, Jnuel, "
ijhwttow, Thomson " Ju ys, "
July 27, "
Edinburgh. Comming...Hntnrday, Slay 7.
(Jinntiow, Thomson... V'cdnifMiIuy, July 2",
ifdiuliuigh, Uumruiug... " Julys.
lUlosof Faesaire from Sew York, Philadelphia or
lioston, to UlaHuw, l,ivcrp,'ol, lli'lliisi, Oubliu or
LonAoudnrry, lirat cliis., 7 5. Stuor.w. fouiul with
u iibuudauco of propurly-cookeil provisions,
An exoiirii'uced Surgnou altacUed to each steamer,
r'.ir Kiolglit or i'aiswo, apply to
ai27 UOntKT CI1A1Q. 17 Broadway.
lill. SAJI'I, SILS1SEI3
IJSn-CLUlY TREATS DISEASES OF
!i TU E 6K!N, EnttUMATISW, DISEASES OF
WOMi-N, and such Chronic complaints as may bo
bencHtted by tlio Iljgycuic and Atmopatliic system
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodlnp, Auonic, JMercurj', Tur
kish, Kiwlan unil KU'Ctro-l.'horaical Baths, a Pis
pensary of Moillcino, and every niounor of Uloctric
and ni us in-lie Apparatus.
UO. 07 WKST SIXTFI-STEEET.
B;rOfllcB lifiirs 'J A. SI. ( 5 P. M. RiilO-lft
FOMSIA'fi SPRING MATRESS
WEIGHS ONLY 05 LBS! MASDiTACTUUEB,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, I1Y
elm:tt & uo.,
j'Sl-am Bvraniorostrcrt, lidow I'ifth
ISONT - STEEET FACTOEY
So. lf7 Kait Front Street, hut. I'ike imd Butlcr-st's,
H AVISO I'lTIKi; UP THE PItEMISES
with tho most improved kind of lunrliiuery, I
am prt'parrd to furnisli, at short notice, all kinds of
House niiil Sleauiliunt, Oiirpenter und Jolnor's work.
S.tsli, iilintts, Dnors, Frilling mid Moldings, of ail
ilisi riptiiiiiH. Stcniiitioat Lunilicr, Woatlu'r-hoiinl-nir,
SiiingioH, Sidinir, Flooritii,', Ac, kept constantly
on ham), l'articulitr utti-ntjon paid to pinning, rip
ninci and scroll sawitix. Heavy training lumber 01:1
Imphtnud and trncrt W fwt lnuir, un'l :i( inclies wide.
IVi-boiis about to build, will find it to tli.-ir advan
tage to oivu me a call, W3I. JoS IIS,
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF BAH, SHEET,
and Itoilcrlron, I'low Slhs, UailroadSpikos,
Ktc. Aim), AontHfir tlio sale ot 1 ion ton Ntnr Nails.
Wuroroctns So, lu East Socond Stroat, Cinciunnti,
UTAH kinds Iron mado to ordor. 105
C1RANKLIN TrPE AND STEREOTYPE
V KOUHDBY, ki. ALLISON, Biiprrinteiidoiit.
1'rintins Jla'i-rials of all kinds, if Vine sir.nl tf
rpRU.STEE'.S SALB.-ON MOXDAY,
tho lath tiny of September, A. D. law, at tlio
retnndiiiu tho Ouirtdiouse, in the city of Cincinnati,
at 12 o clnrk 51. of said liny, I will m-ll M public unc
tion nil the followiim-doscrlbed renl estate, h:
1. Lots numbered scvun (7) and einht nil in sijunro
number tlireofai of plat 11, in the suMivlsiiui of I lie
cst.itoof lluvid B. Wudo, us recorded in llmik Ko.
117, pa?o 111'., of the Uncords of Hamilton Comity,
Ohio, and fronting each twenty nvci.r.') b'ot on Weft
eru (.'aunt or I'limi-street, uirl ruiiulnc; b.nk the
samo width one hundred and lilty-six fret three
inches to I'rovidnnc-'-Htrrot.
2. All iliriso bits of land itu;itnin tho city of Oiu.
rlnnnti, llainilton (-unity, Ohio, mid beiiiK niini
be red uinty i.'.bii, uineiy-one nu), niiiety-iwo c.iSuiud
llilictv-llire.j I'.l.'!). Ill fltillare lininlirr t'.mr Ml.nl ll.i.
subdivision of lots made by H iti likis., Avery nud
iiin.r, reconiH,i in h,iok no. :,J, r5o out, of the
lloconls of Hamilton (Uiuiiry, Ohio, and each of said
lots frontintweniy.eein'j7l feut, tuakinu. tin fi.it
iu itll,ou the soulii sido of 31oniMO'Htreet. nnd ex
tending bock on parallel lines ninety (uu) feet to
3. Also thefvllowlHC, Bituato in Cincinnati, for
moi ly in Tllllcreek TownsUip, in suction mini her
nineteen, (ill) iu Township number thrxo (31 in the
second fractional raniin hi tlio Miami I'lirchisishtdiui
sixty-throo (Ml iWt anti six inches iu front on the
northerly uidc of the Cincinnati nud Harrison Turn,
pike Houd, and running tlieiice iiurtlu rl v,lmir linn,
dreil feet, more or less, to the lnnd 01 Jolm lii.lilln,
sen., bmiuilcd cut the eust by ulnt ofrniiiidc'itiviMO'i
by lleriianl and wife hi John llnckni-y, N"veiul.or
In ', and on the west by a lot now or foriiii'riy belotr
inq to Hark Atkins.
1. Ainu the following, situate in nrndnnatl, Ham
ilton t'ounly, and Stalo of ijhjo, and bidng lots num.
bored twenty-threo(i;3)aiii twenty.four,(21) In Wade
Xt lll,.M..u,u rl.lill..n . . u.al.il ".-.. .... ...... ! .
iv vi.uiv, o u.'.iii'in riiu'.l.iniuil .J .,,, pil
city.ni recorded in Bnok W, ivipe mi, f tlio liumll-
ion 1 oiiiuy ut-ronis, rani ton twi ntv-Miree I7.) sml
twenty-four (.'II living on the smith s'do of 1'nplnr.
street, went of Western-row: lieiu i lie li tweniv-livo
IL'.'i) leet in lriiut on tho south sii'.o 1 f I'uplar-Hllvi't,'
ami riinninc hack in onnlb'llinesmiulh onc-halftho
Uinta 1 1. 3 1 ri ' 111 Poplar lo iiliver-atrem.
A. Also, the followluit in ('iuclnuatl, cnmtunncinii
at a point nn tlio south side of ('lirk--trcot
hundred and tw.miy-threo tetd ee.t of (lie south
east corner of (dark and KreeTnun streets; thence
south at right anijles to Ulark-stn-Kl, two liiiudri
and one f-t,t; thence in an easterlv dlreetinn twenty
eilit (2S) feet; thence in a northerly direction and
parallel with said went Hue at riclit nnnlc tol'lark
street, two hundred anil ono fet lo 1 lark-streot;
thence westerly on tlio snii-h line - f I 11 -k-stnet,
tweiitylght () feet to tho ln'ifiniiiiiK; being
numbered thirty-nine tMI in ti. W. Tueker's snli
divisionof tlie tltitter prnpcrtv, as nnriled iu tnili
number EUht ( in tlio division among tlio heir,
Beth Cutter, dooeaiecl.
6. Also, the fnl It-wing lot, situate In Hamilton
I ounty.Biid beiimlot iiunibereil thirty-uluvon th-
plut of siibdivieinn of Avundalo, in said 1 at.
recorrleil in lMatUook No. 1, pago of tho records
Title tu ail the above prnporty good; siilo peremp
tory; terms cash, being the niinn property eontvyi.il
to lheiindersi?ned hv iln d of trust lein 'J he Cincin
nati anil Chicago Itnllroad Company, July 1, 1M,
recorded in Hook ISo. mi, tmiro 21.
JOHtf W. HEnBON.Tnistee,
Cotum &;TIi!RBom , Att'ys, 118 Walnut-st. aul tbgt
Cincinnati, OfucoSi WestFonrth stroot,
THOSE INTENDING TO PURCHASE,
wo desire npornonal Investigation of the com
rarative merits of those Sewing iHchlnn with all
olliors in the imirkot.
mill FRANK HSNItY, Agent.
G. C. KNIFFiar &co.
Ladd, Webster & Co.'s,
(Late Hunt, Wcbstor 4 Oo.'s.)
No, 6 Went fourth street, Cincinnati.'
These Machines have boon steadily advancing In
popular favor fur tho past yoar.andare now esteemed
hy all who have given thoiu a trial as the "Mo Plus
Ultra" of Sowing Slachluos. Tho evenneas and reg
ularity, and tightness of stitch made by thorn, has,
more thananythiiiKo1-,teiidcd to this result. Added
to this is tho undcniallo fact of Ihidr aliupllcity and
e-ieo of management, then heinff 110 hand or cog
wheels, as In souio Machines, or leather pads and
crooked needles, as in others. They commend them
selves to tho drosM-maker by the rcKUlurity ol the
Ming arraMKomunt, which nevor puckers or toari
tho work, by llio uniformity of stitch alike on both
tiJoB of the fnbrlc, by their iiolsolossnoss and rupiJl.
ty; to the tailor by their great strongth and durabili
ty, tishtucss of stitch and oapacity for using linen
thread; to families, by tho .combination of all those
liialitien. Send lor a circular and sample of work.
J- l-T ;
GROVER & BAKER
SEWING MACHINE CO.
83 VEST FOURTH STREET,
A R AS EVTDENCE OF THE SUPERIOR-t-k.
I I V or tin) Macliliiosniauiifacttiri'dby theOro
vit mill I! iki'i' S'viiis; Msii-hinu !o.,tlii-y nave over
Ji.imi'i lu unity usu in uiiuiufitctorii'H, work-Hbona and
faiiiilios. 1'iiliiic iMtrueaM is tlio bfl eviili'iiCB of
merit. ThrM 91iii-lmit, nliK victorious over pn'ju
diio ami ciuiiiotiiion, now j mtly enjoy moru univer
sal favor Than lias ever been bc-atowod upon any
M'Wiiic Machiuo. , ...
Miiiiulaitmiiii; Machines making the shuttle
ititidi, and Family Mncliiims mukiiiB the celebrated
ftrovrdi Itukerstitch, of .7 ililtfiviit pattorus, rary-
lii In price frnni s.si to fizn; ctescripi 1 ve circulars 01
Miu:lilii. and il!inlriiiliins oftlie stitch. can lie hud
.iuupplicatir.il, by letter or otherwise. je-JO
Prlcei KeJuad io ?5), STS, 510 and f 125.
linger' Nctv Fnmlly Sewlnu Ulnclilue,
The price of which Is only isallcht and elegnnf.
ly decorated aiiiclilne. c ipitble of performing, iu the
best style, all tlio miviui; of a private family.
MiiRcr'a Tviinsverae Slnittlo nincltine,
To be sold at is a Machine entirely new In itsar
raui'ement, it is tery beniitifnl, noivea rapidly and
very easily, anil, for family mo and light manufac
turing purposes, is the very best and cheapest Ma
cliinooveroli'eriid to thopublio.
Sinner's No. 1 Htundnrd Hhuttlo faclilne,
Formerly sold at SHI, but now reduced to V 1 10, is
known all ovor the world. Kvoiy sort of work can
be done with it.
Siuyor's No. St Stiinilnrd Shuttlo Mnclilne,
This is the favorite mnuiifnct 111 ln Macbineevsry.
where. Price, with table comploie, S12S.
s)9Scnd for n Circular.
3 AM I!, S SKAKDOJf,
Afiont for J. M. Singer & Co.
No. STn-it Fourth hi reel,
JoH-t (UNOINNATI, OHIO.
LESTER'S SEWING MACHINES.
f -WOULD BESPECTFULLY INFORM
n. the sowiuj,' public that iauitho solo authorized
Agent tor tho sttle i f tlio
rESTEH'8 IMPROVED SHUTTLE
IB VINO MACHINES;
And boliiK well ncitimiitetl with its merits, and famil
iar with ii operation. 1 leid rontUUmt that those in
want of such an article, will eive it vrttereiico over
all others now before the public.
J deem it unnec'-ssuvy t enunierato all It" advan
tage:!, as thoe w lm may wish to purchieio will proba
bly prefer tu sati-fy tiieioeelveH iy personal iutipuc
tuin, which thov mav do liv culling at
No. H'J U't'Ht I'liurth Nii-rnt.
IT'ri rri'ins piirciwiMii.tf Le-iter's l-H tviiu Machhie
will receive prnc'lcal instruct! mis upon theintreeol
.linrnc All machines warranted.
WILLI A il I,Al-IIASf,A(sent.
No, '.12 AVcst I'otirlh street, directly
jyM-tf-t Oppodlo l'ost OIBco.
I boliovo I ranko tho best Lock-stitch Bowlni Mu
ohlnes.ln thov.-orld. If the purchaser does not think
10 after six months trial, I w ill rotund you the
Price of Machines.
OFFltiK AND BALE llOOMS-Dlroctly on tho
Northwest corner Main and Fourth streets, over
Owen's Jonelry establishment.
fTiJ-All kinds of ijeivlnB-Murliines repaired, and
light machinery ninnuf.ictiiied, ut the factory, lo7
Walnut-street, corner Walnut and Killli.
Kti-AcentswiintHl in other cities to sell tnyBow-inK-Machlnes.
Address, 1'. EVANS, Jr., Cincin
nati, 0. H"-'"'
v.o Tiii crtded Double LncU Tleht Stitch
nmu mm ?
ALSO THE VERNON
fJiunt'SUtcl.,. twOBlzos, price i$:.5i00 and $'I(,00.
Th very In test Invention nnd tlio inuHf imlMtileHtt and
pi-rfort rniniint-r iniic)uu ux tnnt ff tie abuvo nntnod
iii;u hiii('riiinke thu t!fiiii HtiU'li. ciualy nn well oa
lii!inr ur'o.'il oncia. (m IIiohh nrnclifii-8 apply the
only lleiumt r tnut win turn iiny wmin 01 item 11
llmoiily omi in the nnrket tli.it it adiuntnbUi to fold
iiifsv wlil'li of li-Tii. with anv tliickm-HH nf clutli.
PemmH rcHsiUiiuiu tlio country winhiiiK miraplwi,
or mftiiuiiitlou, hy iiicnalng 'io. utanip, will rucuive
Lucal iiKubts wnuted iu all tlioc,Iwi nud towns
IV (I. Ih.x If. 0!
Or nil ft I'fim Hwift'H Watch and .lewlry Htoro,
1 7 "hi 11 rttr'HUj ! uoor hliovu tuurin, Viiicinnaii
Jr., Pst' tileo nf tho orlKlnal Sewing
POH FA .111 1. V ISH AND ll.VNIIFACTUIt.
Tlie Family IMncliinea are well adapted for tailors'
us.-, or f-'alter uttiiiir. Howe's (Jy I hitler Machines,
lor ail leather stitching, hove always held a reputa
tion far above any otlttr. Tlie public are desired
examine, and purchase vvnero best siuteti,
A. T. JACKSON, Agent.
No. 19 West Fmirtli street, In U'Uracken's Fnr
Lhlne .tore. (itieintiHti. tl nivfi
BRANDY AND GIN COCKTAIL John
Bitp would call the attention of saloon and
holol proprk'tors, to hi npeiiir Urandy and Olu
Cnckti.'' Tht'V urn nimlc fnun tlio lifHt hritndv and
Kin, ..ml urn ox'iuinHoly IUvdhmI. Thoy arn nn per
to anything nf thnkln'l thitt has befn mndo. Kor
piilo, wInili'rtriltMnnJ retail, ISational In outer Build
in;r, Svi'Jtnmru-iitroot. anZi
dWOhrm an & w. v,. iMtii
Oulco hours from
4U SEVENTH ST BEET,
A.M., I to 3, nnd 7 to, P.
Manufactory, 39 Vine St. U
THE OLD DOMINION
T E A POT.
SELF - SEALING
T XL S3,
Tho best now iu use and all prepared for Sealing, .
1 IS A IT'S
The grcntoat invention yet. Every houso-Ucopor
f AUTHOR, IIURSHASl & GILH0Y,
' ; MnQiirncturcrs of I'atent Articles,
PtTTrado Depot for the West,
21 Kast Pearl stroot, Cincinnati.
JOrtKPH It. GREEN, Acont.
Wend for a triide Circular. aul
Wt B. DODDS,
Formerly of Ilall.Eodds & Co.; late Urban, Dodds 1 Oo,
W. IS. 0(!ls & Co.,
MANtJJA.CTCBERB Of THS
O O M" O XL 1S3 T 33
Fire ami Burglar Proof
S3 Jk. 2?" 3E3 3 ,
S. W. Comer of VUie & Second Streetp.
This Is tbttmest rellabla Vir.t AND HO HULA
PKUUKHAKK that is made iu the United States, und
Is warranteil perfectly free from damp. Oan be sold
at lower prices, and Is of belter workmanship than
can bo found el nowhere.
We have a large assortment on hand, aod are de
termined to sell at pricos that cannot fail to please.
Takeu In eicbiroge. HKOOND-HAND PAFKH ni-
ways on Hand at extremely low prices. '.V'
Saltonslall's Fire and Waterproof,
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC
COATING FOR ROOFS.
rjIDTE CHEAPEST AND MOST DUHATILE
as. couTinglor Metal Hoots, or any Irrui tv.uk ex
posed In uso. Warranted towitheland the severest
tests of Host, Cold, ltain, or Sulphuric Acid, and re
main perfectly impervious to Water. U will not
melt, crack, wash or scslo off. For new, old, loaky
sietal root's, or for eanvan roofs, It is M per cent,
cheaper than any other coatiwr. All orcera accom-
!!. .KnAn-.!. ... U..,lur..f.n... h,l'....... ...Ill
eimiv.. 11 niTinni in m,i i.i-vii.i j , ..tni t-uv.-n. win
linoiomntly tilled, iu any unsold territory South and
Westof New York nud Ponusylviinia. for further
information, apply to
It. I10T8 St CO.,
Solo Proprietors and Manufacturers,
je7-t 132 west Second street, Olucinuati, Ohio.
L. N. VAN, H. T. BABEINQla.
VAN & BARRINGER,
Van's Celebrated Patent Combine;,
For WOUD or COAL. Tho most convenient. eco
nomlcal and durable Cooking Stove ovor invcutcd,
for Steamboats, Hotels, Ui.taiirants and Private
Honees. Cooking and bollini: watjr for wntli nud
bath rooms, in TnrKO iiuantities, in any adjoining
apartment ty tno same uro.
Warcroonis. 170 Slain St., Cincinnati.
M-Kizhts to manufacture and soil those STOVES
may be secured on application to tbo proprietors, at
meir warerooms. m
AT REDUCED PIUCI.S.
V5TE HAVE ON IIAND THE LARGEST
WW variety and best selected assortment of Gas
Fixtures 111 Cincinnati, consisting 01 au mat is new
or desirable in IhoGaa Fixture lino.
W11 warrant every Vlxtliro we ftcll to be eonal. both
In material and tlnish, to any that is sold inthiso
Hiiv otherniarket. and In addition will guarant
them to retain their color and rental 11 perfect fi live
yearn from the time they are put up by us.
(Jail, sue, and examine our stock,
j y21 .cm 162 ilnln street, near Fourth.
IIHK " OUTCAIiT. ELASTIC ME.
L TALLI0 noOFINB'Ms offered to the public
tho bust and cheapest Metal Hoof now used, its
merits tested by an experience of years in this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steup, old or new
biiililfiigs. No stutter uaeo tantenea sfcitn
out exposure to the action nf the elements.
the United 8tatcH. can bo annlled by any ono with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
ivlit-tf ' IM West Bocond Btreet.
Merrell's Blackberry Anodyne.
frills MEDICINE IS OFFERED TO THE
a. pulibc asouooftlioliest, II iinttliovery niNtineit
Icinothat hasovur beeti Invented for 1iauiika,H
OimtEliA iNiA.v ri'Si, and all other derange
ments of tlio Stointich and Digestive Organs, which
uro ho prevalent and fatal In our country corrects
the uorangeucoiiuiilt'n 01 rue uivur; anas iiervuus
Irritations. Hitch as li caused by Teeth iug, gives
tone and healthy action to tho uowfds,and withal,
pleasant to tune. ly-a-iimy
At the Old Established Stand,
31 EAST FIFTH, BET. MAIN AND SYCAM0HB.
SHAVE A LARGE AND DESIRABLE
lurk i f Hmiaebnlu and llillcn Furniture, both
new ami seeoiiit tiand. coimistintf of tine tiedstoatls.
sofas anil parlor chaim, Urussols and ingruin carpets,
nil-sloth, cutlery, etc. A line assortment of coun
ters, shelving, ottlco tiosKS ana Btoois, etc. yiso,
stock of Hlilinrd tables, pianos, extra mar Die-top
counters and tables on nann ami tm sale low.
auo-ani vvm. tjAnvici., rroprietor.
"JT "I4IPEEIA L,"
And other favorite brands, aoristaiitly mi liantl
u n x, vi' n riin.r.MAN
jeJl S and 6 Burnet House Building.
E HAVE RECEIVED
I IIO Cases tit Julien Claret.
Which wa offeir nt a small advance.
B. F. A W. U. COLKMAN,
Jo'l S and Bui net House Bullitlng
GROSS TOILET SOAP,
Oif coniirnnient, very low.
Hotels. Bonrdiiig-lloiisen and families would
well to oxaiaiue tno Htock.
K. II. A W. II. WLE1I AN,
J21 S, autl S Hornet lliins Uniblintr,
iTIoney! jtiomt'y! iioncy!
f ONEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
KLTtY and all kinds of Merchandise, at
ratoa of interest, at No. 8" West Sixth reut,
Wul nut A Vino.
iwM i'LASTEKU. These Plasters are oxcollent
remet les incaaes of pain and wuakness in the side,
breast or back ; also, in rheumatic affections, coughs,
asthma, sprains, bruises, and kidney or spinal affec
tions. The Arnica, Galbanuni, Pitch, Poor Man's
and Hemlock Haulers, are manufactured of various
sizes, on kbl or cloth, and Pour Man's on paper, by
A. GRIFFITH, and supplied to dealers and druggists
oil as good terms as any manufacturers in the H.H.Cs)
AUI E8 IE "V0U WISTJ A GOOD DOU-
1 A lile.Thrended Family Bewlnil Machine: which
iracticnl ne can not be surpHSsetl, call at ro.
I'lirliijle building, second story, corner Fourth
Walnut, and 1
Hrnen's Pnteut. the
Machine that ran bs used
wttb ottberaRhiHloor dou
ble tli mad. It is the best Machine made, and never
hrei.lia needles. Call and see it. orsend for Circular
nd specimen or work. F. T. COLEMAN,
Hole Agent for the West and south-west.
No. lift Main-street, ltclow Fuurllu
11I7ILLIAM H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
W W and Councilor at Law,
Third itreet, doers last of Main
b . r:
Incorporated 181 9. Charter Perpetual
kTJrA.rnncr eetahlishetMn Cincinnati In l.w.t. nn
tedatinK all present local Insurance Companies niid
Agencies in the Insuranco busiueta in this city. II j
years constant duty bere,'combini-d with wealth, ex
perience, en terprho and liberality, especially com
mend the JETH A Insurance Company to the favora
ble patronaeeof this community stsndiiiR solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriter of 1J5.
-.ABSOLUTE AND UNIMPAIRED. WITH A
SUHI1,US OF 91,03(1,423 80.
And the prestigonfio years success and oxperlonce.
1NVB8TMBNTB 09 '
Over $109,000 in Ohio Securities.
1 l'VAHIS OF !-J,000,()l)i, I.OSKM
Have betiu pud by tii" .liiin liisnraucu Uompany 111
lh ,'iist 1(1 years.
Flrn nnd Inland Niivliriiiion. Tihlia accepted
at tonus cousiHtetit with solvency and fnir profits.
Kspeeial attention giV'.in to Insurance of llwullings
and Contents, fur terms of 1 to ti years.
Application made to any duly authorized Agent
pruuieily atuudtd to. By strict attention to a Icjrit
linate Insurant 0 hu-tiiiess, this Company la enabled
to otfor both indemnity forthe past and secmityfor
the futurif, i'lilicit'i issued without delay by
JAS. II. CAKTEB, Afent, No. (u Main street. '
A. '. PATCH, Assistant Aaent.
II. K. LI NOSEY, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.J. HOOKKU, Agent. Fulton. 17th Ward. auH
PROFITS OP THE BUSINESS
H WALL STREET, KE'.V TTORK.
CASH CAl'ITAt S30i,000 00
ASSETS, July 1, 1S39 3,iSl Si
LIABILITIES 6,314 37
HTMIE ATTENTION OF THE COMMIT--H-
NITY is re.'iiertfiilly c lied to the following
features in connection with thlRCiompiiiiv:
FinsT I'.y insuriiiK in this niipiny. the admnt.
ases of 11 mutual liisuranca Comp'iny aro obtained,
with ho additional advantage alliirdpil in tho -01 urity
given by an ample and n liable Cash Capital n fea
ture not presented iiy ordinary Mutual Fire Insurance
Cnmpnnies Tec dividends to customers, already du
el ir. d, uro ns follows:
First Uivison to ! Hcy-Holdcrs, l.W, Xl'-j per cout.
Sound di. tin. do. I '.Vi, S" "
Third do. ln. do. li'.1.', 60 "
Seoonp The "teciirity .Tiven, wh'ch in ali-e.idy larffe.
will riinstautlv Increu-e with cech year of sucreKHliil
i.poi'iitiui'S. 'lids i e.xluhittd barli in the billow
ing stnlenmnr, oliowliii! the Teli"li of tho Coiupany
iu each yi araince the iow systnui was adopted.
Jul v. l.'-.'fi. Set Assets of the Compiuy, i.'iTo.rrJ 13
i-f,7 " ' ' f 19,71(1 M
l.svl, ' " " 7ol.Wll ''2
" 1. '.'., (Iron Assets, " Hii.'i.iiSI ti4
" " Lialdtiiles ir..-1-l 37
Tttinn Tlio insured Incur tin l'abllity whatever,
while old lini m; these tulvmitngeauf mip'TieruetJiirlty
nnd cho iinetts. fiKO. X. ilOi'i), I'rcsiduut.
If. 1). litJipoBT, Secreimy.
CYnva I'rctt, AsJisluut Hecretary.
SAH'L E. MACK & Co., Agents,
33 West Third-street, Ciiielmmti.
'.i'ljlTViVi'in-' il .
? i . .7. I :'- ; -E' F fl
njl H E MOST R A BLE FI REAM)
il IIUHfiLAIt PltOOF MA FES. They havo given
morn satisfaction than any other now iu use.
We oner a reward or (INK TIKM'SANl) DOT,.
I, A IIS to anv person that can, up to tho pre.ient
time, shown, single instance wherein they liave failed
to preserve their contents.
With this SAFK wo challenre nil com net il ion, as
being the best Kire Proof, Hiii'clur Proof, or Fire
and Buiglnr Proof now made; nnd aro williue to
test with iiiiv e.tal liibnient iu the Union, and tho
puny failing first, to forfeit to the oilier, the sum
Weare prepared to furnish a bettor Safe, nnd at less
cost, thau any other manutucturcr in tno tiiitou
foi-ond-liand Safes of other makers, nlo on hand.
WereHiiecrfolly iiivitetliepublic to cull andexuni
ine our stock betore purrnasiti emewn'Tn.
HALL, CARH0LL & CO.,
nUiTU-avt No. tf. nnd 17 Kast Columbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholic. and
ILL PAIAS LV T11E 8T01IACU & HOVELS.
IHlldf by CEO. S. LIGHT,
WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, CINCINNATI, .
irnii rai.ts RT .tntm T). PARK. 8UIHE. ECK
RTINK A L'O.. and Drmtsists generally. Order left
nt Williamson UATfli'.LD, no, 41 Walnut street
will be attended to. autj-tnuv
I. X. L.
3VC XT JB.T j9l TL 33
FTEK MANY YEARS OF PRACTI0AL
experience In the art of Miistard-mnking, the
DnipriotorK oiler the nbove brand ut Musiard to the
puotic, giniraiueiiin n, , ,.1.... ., .
faotured rnmi tho liest quality of sued, cnrelii by si
leete.nvlth thodeslL'tiofproilnclniMi MnstariiaUPB;
111,0 iv irl.AVult AND I'llNliiiNCY TO AM
NdW IX TISK. We have no tiesitntion in saying
that nil lovers of good olnstnm will nnu tno t. a.
to bo that vriucli tney so ireuneuiiy inn iuuuuiiu.
Mils C A It D THAT IS MUSTARD.
BitrOrdoi'S promptly tilled
IIAHKISON k WILSON,
jsM 9 It nnd 101 W'nlnnt-Htrcct.
rnIIE ABOVE STONE IS SUITABLE FOR
JL Htup-Ktoncs.ritroet -crossings and Building pnr
poses generally, aud Is cheaper than the Dayton
" 1 all and examlno for yrnrselves, at No. 352 West
ern How, notweon ninin ana niennwnu. .
iuS-am II. SMITH, Agent
nrHK nntlorsicnod 1b nrenared to nut on
ML Composition Hoof of the Lest quality at short
""mice In J A B. Draco's Carriage Tieposltory, cor.
n.r Tl.iert and Vlnn.
kS lloohug muterlal constantly on hand, nnd I
sale. uyai-ami 0 et. nvonn.
Pure, Still & Sparkling Wines,
v 1 sTfici nciirr ut
tljiillLiS Ki?llijLiaI .
Has removed his WINK CELLAR to Ho. 10 HAM
MOND BXBjCfci: above Third street. jylt
i t.u- ri'
V t -f .7:1 4rr '.
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
5J13TJR DAILY TRAIKS LEAVE THE ,
. Ristli-street Depot.
Trains run through to Indianapolis, Lima, San
dusky nod Cleveland without change nf rant.
Through, Tickets for all Kastern, ft ostern, Kortll.
orn and Nortti-western cities.
It A. HI- EXfUKSs TUAIN(Colutnbnsthn,
wliicii isievou uiinutes fatl r ihsu Oincintiatlr-For
(ilevelnud and I'ittehnrg, via Delaware, makes close
rtiiinectio.i at Crcslliuo for Pittsburg, lialtimoro,
Philadelphia and Iww Turk: and at Cleveland for
Dunkirk, llntbilo, Huston and New York. AlBo,con
in cts at Dayton with Davttui and Michiean lloatl lor
Troy, Piuiui. Sidney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Kort
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Toledo at :. Dotroit
atfi:(), and Chicago at 7:20 P- Mu Qulncy and Catena
at 7 A.M. Also, at Dayton with Creeuvllleaiid Miami
Itoad, for Crceiivillo, L'nion, Winchester nnd Iun
cle. Also, connectHat Uichmoinl with Indians t'eu.
tral Koad.f.irlndianarolis, l.afeyette, Chicago. Terre
Haute, St. louls, and all AVestern cities. Also, at
Ulchinund -with Cinciuimti and Chicago Road, for
Ander-oii, Ktikonio and Feru. Also, connects with
Junction llnllrostl nf Ilainlllen for 0f -nl.
H A. Jl. ilIAll, TUAlN-rur Dayion, Spring
flibt and Sandu.-kv t'onuecis at Kiindiieky with
HTBAJ1EU for DKTltOlTtKt UBUANA forCllLliM
Ul'S; at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Waynosud Chi
cago Ituad, Kast and West; at Clyde with C. and To
ledo Head fur Cleveland nnd Biiltalo, Toledo, Detroit
and Chicago. This train also uonnsc's At DKLA
W A KK with the (1., U. 4 C. Hoad for Cleveland and
c. dills Ka-I; alsnronucctsatUauilltonwllhJutictiou
ltillroad for Oxfotd.
4::il 1. M. '1'lfcAIN-For Dayton, BnrlnoOcld
and tandusky Connects at Forest with Pltt.tiurr,
Kort Wayne and Chicago Houd, Kast and West: nt
Clyde whii C. and Toledo ltoad for Cleveland sng Buf
falo, Toledo, llelioit and Chicago. Also, commas at
Kichnioutl for Indianapolis, Terra Haute, 8t. Louis
ami Clii ugti. Also, connects with Junction Railroad
at Hamilton furi'xford.
ii l". .. THAI -For Dayton. Tror, Viqiia, Sid
ncy, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wayne anil CUi
csgu. reaching CUicngo at s A. M.
tig Tbo 6 and a A M. trains connect at Cleveland
with steamers for Buffalo.
For further informal ion and Tickets, apply at tha
Tickot ellices-noith-east corner Front ami Broad
way; No. llio. t nlmit-street, n.ar Gibson House; at
the now Ticket Oillce, oo the went side cf line-street,
between 1'oatomce and Unmet House; at the Widuu
btreei House, or at the Mixth slreet Depot.
anlft I. McLAItKN, Supurir.cendent.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Tour Trains Daily.
THREE THR0U(3I1 EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Tialn Ko. 1 Eiprcsi.tit (1 A.M., connects -ia
f 'oltiiiibusaud Cle vein nd, via Columbus. Crest line and
liit.hurali, via iVilninbus, Kteiilionvilie nnd Pitts
burgh, hot roil viaClevolaud and steamer. This Train
stopi, lietuuen Cincinnati and Coliiinbus, at Love
laud, Dnerllcld, Slorrow, Xenla, Cedatvillo, Boulh
Charleston, Lomlon and v.'i'St Jvffersou.
Kecotii Tiain- No. 2 Krpn ss.at 8:30 A. M.,oonnects
via I'nlitml'UB, Bi ll'iii- and Kenwood; Wbeelluft; via
I'oluinbus, Steulmivillound liltshurg: viu Columbus,
CreKllino Bin! i'ittsburi:: vta Ooliimbiis nnd (Jlovo-
lantl; Detroit, via ileveiantl auu stasuier: VI nite but
r'.iur rtiatl 'ii, via Ijpriiiglleld. This Train slops bo
tween Cincinnali end Columbus, at Uniuvillo, Mil-
ml, lllamiville. l.ovoliinil. iieerltein, morrow, t(ir
in, rfpriug alley, Xenia stni Loudon.
Third TrainAccointiiodatieu, at (-.10 F, M., for
eluiulina and Sprltu'lield.
Fourth Traill Nillit KtDrpss. at 11:30 V. M.i con
nects viaColumhiis, Belluir and Benwood; Wheeling;
via Columbus, titeiilieiivlllo and Pittsburg; via Co.
himlius, Crestline and Pittsburg: via Columbus ana
Olevoland. This train etcpa .11 Lovolnnd, Morrow,
Corwin, Xenia and London. aLEF-PIHd CAES ON
No. 1 Express, through to Clevolaud without Chang
No.ZKxproBS.tnrougD to w iieetingwitnont cnangs
Tho NIGHT Ka l ltj.Mfs. rrulu leaving uinctnnatt
1 11:30 P. M runs dally, except SATUltDAYH. 'Ihe
ther Trains run daily, except HUN DA Yh.
Korall In format ion, nnd liirough Tickets to Eos-
ton, New York, Philadelphia,, itultimore, Wasliiog
ton, BulTulo, Nineara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
P tlsbnrg, Wheeline, and all I tie eastern places,
apply nt tlioontoes, walnut Klrent House, No. I Bur
not flonso, south oust corner of Broadway and Frost
streets, and at 1 he Knstern I'ers.t.
Triiinsrun by (Joiuinoustinio, wntcnis ssvon miii-
ntes liistor than Cincinnati tiaio.
,1. DtlEAND, Sttp't.
Oninlbnses colLfnrpnaseDgera by leaving direction
at tbu Ticket OtliVs. iul'17
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
f r "xrTvww prrVci wn
Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST,
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
Onty Inu (JlMnge oj . art ocuceen unctniiati
Threo rason?erTminaloavel!iDOlnnntIillly. fiom
the foot of Mill and Front streets.
5:00 A. H. Cliicago Mail arrives at Tnillanjiolli at
KW'iA. M.J Ohlciisn nt T.2fi V. M. This trrlln con.
nects with all nilit traiiisou.l of Cliicago, for tho
Went nnd florin-weit.
M. Terro Haute nnd Liivfnyntte Acconmofia-
tlon arrives at Indiauanolls, nt n:00 P.M., making
liroctconnectlons.'it lurtt inapoiis witn iorre ttauts
Trains nnd Indianapolis and Latayette trains for
Decatnr. Hpringileld, NasleS, (.Miiney, Hannibal and
St. Jonanh: also with Porn trains for rem, Ft.Waym)
and Ti '.edo.
6:OH P.!1. Cnicagn Mpicss niTivcsat intiintmpoiis
nt 10:30 I. A!.; CI tcego u! 7:411 A.M. Jinking close
connections at (hicagowilh ail morning trains out
of Chicago. This train coiibacts at Indianapolis
wuu terra name trains tor un roiuts tvea auu
Northwest. . , .
Kleeoinicars aro attached to all the night trains
on this line, nnd run thiough to Chicago without
cbaugo of cars.
This Is oxclmivoiy a western ana norm-western
route, and with fnv-rablo and rellablo arrangements
Willi at! C0nnocil"t reins iii.oio;ii.iih ,ne eunm
Woat.cnavaiitfHB imusnal care and the amplest ac
commodations to the patioun ol this tine.
Wr Uosure you are 111 ine rigut tn-Kei orace ueiors
you purchase your tickets, aad abk, for tickets vis
Lswreuceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare tho same as by auy oihor rute. Daggngs
cli " Ui'd tliroiirh.
Til liOUHU TIUKETH, good itntll iiseil, call be ot).
tallied nt the ticket oiUcoi, ill t)pncer House Comor,
iioith-cust corner Broadway aid Flout; No. 1 Bur
uit Ilouso Corner; at the WalnH-atroet House, una
al Deent oiaee. foot of tUill.ua Front Itrsot, hei
all necessary lnfoTiiialion niay be hnd.
IHDMliiusws rnn to nna troni won train, son w
cull I'm rius.iengers at all hotels and all parts of tho
city, bj leuviun address ati-ithot office.
vv. il. u. itoeuu,
niylll Oenein) 'Ciikot Aguut
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS. Cincinnati, Richmond &
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS. Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
G-vent 'Tlirorijch Route for
TWO DAILT THROUSIITEAlNSleaveSixth street
Depot, at n A . 01. anil ,:ao f. 01.
A M Wlp AKAPdlilS. SI . LOIIIH ftCdlOA.
00 FAST KXPItKSH. 1 hrough direct, inaUhigclosa
connections for allother Western and Norlb-western
points. This t rain also connects at iiicninon i wnn
( iuciunatl and Chicago Boads, for Anderson, .oko.
.1111, Losansport, and all points ou YVa'jash Uey
i"' l'.'M.-INI)IANAPOLIS, ttniCAGO A BT.
i.tuttH Kit:tlT KX I'liKMS. The above Trains make
close connections at Indiana Wilis, LafayethsaniU'hii,
eago, with irainB tor 1 erre name, ppruivuein, iv.t
Island, Oalesburg.Keuoslia, LuCrosso, Jacksonville,
Danrille, Burlington, Ililwaukee, Jlatfcion, Naples,
Uniena. Qnlncj, I'rairle da C'bien, I'ana, I'enria,
Dunleith, Kacine, Decainr, Uloon.iugton, Joliet, La
falls, St. Paul, and all towns uud cities Id the North
MTThrcrugb, Tickets given and Basgaie chocked
HFoir?nrtli.orlnformBtlo!i and Throngh Tickets,
ply to Tickot OfDces, north-east cirner ot Front aud
Uroadway; No. Ifl Walnut street, noar Fourth; at
sonth-enst cornt r of Fourth aud Vine street, or at
the SUtth-stroer Depot. MI,,W
Omnibuses will call for passengers by leaving thoit
namos at either of the Ticket D'acea.
W. H. SMITH. Agnvit,
. XX. ZsT. OXi A.HISL, ?.
(Soccesnor to Mnai A Co,) . ,
Mauufacturers and Wholesale Dealer;
.' -IS- ;. .'.
FOE AND PLAIN CAKBIE?,
10 MAIN STREET,
8trroi!s0B to prrrs smitb.) :
At' 36 Wept Fifth Pt..
tins constantly on bnnd Vnree Variety of
FANCI GOODS, TOTS, CE1NA,
Fishing Tackle, Military Goods, etc.,
. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
AT VERY LOW PRICES. ,