OCR Interpretation


The penny press. (Cincinnati [Ohio]) 1859-1860, September 08, 1859, Image 4

Image and text provided by Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, OH

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85025750/1859-09-08/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

THE PRESS.
' OmOl, 14 TEST rOUBTH-BTRKIT.
tuubsimy..
.SKFTBHHElt N
DEEDS OF KINDNESS.
iui'poee the little cowslip
Should ln'ig its golden Clip,
And y, '-I'm su. h a liny flower,
I'd better not gro up
Dow maur woarr traveler
W. uid mitts ltd fragi'siit smell;
Bow ni.ny a llttlo child would grieve
To lose It Irom the dell!
Suppose th glistening dew-drop
t-pon the grass should sav,
"What can a little dew-drop do?
I'd better roll away"
The blade on which It rested,
B?fr the day wa. done
Wfihoiit drop to inuistou It,
Would wither m the sun.
ScpDuN the Utile brecion,
Vpon a summer's day.
Mi Mild think Iliemsel.es too small to cool
Mm trif'Uiroii hi wsy
Who will I nut inisa tho smallest
Ani soft-s tivo tlit blow,
Aul tui k iue wako a great niietake,
If llioj- xoiv t,i king so?
How many deeds of klodnevS
V litt u child tuny do,
Alih nigh it ha so little strength,
Aud little wisdom, toul
It wall a loving spirit
n ucb mure than strength, to prove
many things a chili may do
F.T others by bit love.
Oh, How Vulgaw!
Some yews ago, we were present, in
Kentucky, at a wedding where twoloviog
hearts were welded into one by the me
dium of that moat beautiful and most
emphatic ritual, the marriage eerrice of
the Episoopal Church. .
la the course of the evening, we over
heard part of a conversation between two
of the douiestica; one, a grave, elderly,
rather pompous personage, named Nebu
chadnezzar razeed to Nez the other,
Hannibal ditto to Nib.
' Sny, Uncle Nez, what do you think ob
Jo lUHtermonial surrymony dis mo'nin' ?"
"Whoy, Nib, I tink it a berry infeyor
yefomauce. Berry low, an', 1 mus say,
vulg.'iw. Tree time de pawson call Mas'r
Dick an' Miss Ein 'dis man' an' 'dis wo
man 1' Mine what I say, Nib, dat pawson
hub neber afoa bin in genteel 'sciety
sartin, shua!"
The above incident was yesterday
brought to our remembrance, when, item
izing "all round," we heard a young soot
erkia, not a thousand miles from George
town, "holler" to his maternal mamma
"Moder! whar's pap?"
To whom the matron, full of wiath,
replied
".Moder ? pop? De-lor-de-mity ! what
will dis wori' come to, I wonders ! You
runs all 'bout town wid dem pooa white
trash, till youm got no moa mannaws lef
den a hog in a pen. Habn't I alius tole
ye to 'dress us as paw an' maw, hey?"
We are seriously exercised respecting
the domestic language in future to be used
by the junior members of our would-bo
uppor-mudom to their august progenitors.
What is left for tho poor fatherless and
motherless snoblings to say, now, that
niggerdom has ruthlessly seized on their
paws and their maws? Must they be
under the necessity of "falling back on
firstprinciplei"," and speakof their parents
as father and mother? "Oh, heavings!
my eau de cologne, Betty V
Good Night!
There is something sadly sweet in a
zontlo "good night!" from the lips of one
we love. We are pleased ami rilled with
h quiet joy a holy feeling of tenderness ;
a i l yet the soul is hushed in calm inelitn
0 ioIv; wo nun almost hear the breathings
. of lo v plaintive melodies, and it may be
that tear stunl into tho moveless eyes.
Good ni;!it !
"ih, s rely tiu'.hlnit 'ite hut something inotirs-."
And wlitto ti; little one, robed in white,
comas with hie iuuouerit upturned eyes to
kit-ei your cheek and lisp, in haby tone",
"Gtiod n;iiln!" how your viic softens
arid your tones rue instinctively ui"dulati'd
to a jumicNil whisper as "Good night!"
like a holy benediction follows your gentle
kiHS on the fofhi'ad ! And then you full
to miming on the uncertain future of the
trusting cliild, and wonder if its life will
have s many dark shadows and as few
bright spots as yours and it may be that
you torget the sweet sunshine that the
little faire has just showered upon your
toul, and thus caused it to moodily muse
as the light recedes and the darkness
jaibers over it again, to be dispelled for
a. mo-nent when another "Uoou night I
makes low sweet music in your ear. And
theuyuu think of the last "Good night! to
life and love" on earth, a slumberous
dreuu of peace steals into your mind, and
you seem to hear the poet whisper:
la "in shelt thou or any call
Tho spirits from tho golds day,
Eionpt like them thou too canst lay,
"Jly spirit is at poace wilh all I"
Influence of the Moon on Plants.
1. Vines, if pruned when the moon is
moreasiog in light, will shoot out, spread,
and grow fast, particulary if done in the
seoond quarter because, as the light of
th moon increases, so does the sap in the
tree.
2. Vines, if pruned when the moon is
decreasing in light, will not grow nor
spread fast particulary if done during
t he last quarter, because the sap decreases
with the light
3 Timber cut down when the moon is
increasing, will soon become rotten, par
ticularly if she be in her second quarter.
4. Timber cut down when the moon is
decreasing, will last for years, and the
more durable it will be if cutiown during
the last quarter.
5. Peas sown during the moon's in
crease, will bloom to the last, and will be
fall and rich in flavor; still more certain
if sown during the second quarter.
6. Peas sown when the moon is de
creasing in light will be just in the oppo
site condition.
7. The age to which a pomegranate
will live depends on the moon's age at
the time of planting; it will live just as
many years as the moon was days old.
8. Plants and shrubs shoot up and tako
little root, iT planted when the moon is
decreasing in light and in the zodiacal
signs, Gemini, Libra, or Aquarious.
9. Tf planted when in the sign of Tau
rus, Virgo, or Capricornus, they take deep
root and do not grow tall
Eclipshs in I860. T hare will be four
ecllpew this year, at follows : 1. As annular
slips of the sun, January 22, invisible In
America.. Visible at the South Pole. 3. A
partial flHfi j of tho moon, February 0, In tho
veiling. Visible. Slie, 9,744 digits on tho
northern limb. 3. A total oclipit of tho ton,
July 18th, In tho morning. In too United
States there will bo only a partial eclipse, ex
cept at Astoria and tbo northwestern part of
Washington Territory, where it will bo total.
4. A partial oolipso of the moon, August 1st,
at 17 mlnotes past 12 (noon), Washington time;
loBoo Invisible in America, bat risible to ear
MtJpol.
Mrs. Partington Visits the Fishes.
"Are these the 'Inquiring Gardens?" "
asked Mrs. Partington as she knocked at
the door of the Aquarial Gardens in Broui
field street She was informed '.hat she
had come to the right place to inquire.
"1 wish to see the seals and other aui
maculy that you have here," continued
Bhe. She was told to walk in, and she
did. "Gracious goodness!" she uriud, ns
she stepped on the tail of the alligator,
"is that awful luoking reptile alive?"
The reptile manifested a disposition to
answer her question by moving away.
Shelookedat the seals with astonishment
one of them tame and gentlo as a kitten,
the other fierceand vindictive and asked
Mr. Cutting if the savage one wasn't the
''seal of retrilmtion" that she had heard
tell of. "Don't touch anything, Isaac,"
said she, as she saw him in the act of
bridling the big turtle, "for if you should
break any of these glass tanks there would
be a pretty kettle "of fish." Sho passed
round admiringly, viewing the exhibition
and wondering at its rare beauty, while
Iko watched the tautug, wishing that he
had a pinhook and a worm.
The Begoar's Wisn. Although this
world is "a thorny waste," it seems some
good men are not in a hurry to leavo it.
The Kev. John Skinner, of Linshart,
Longside, while passing along a street in
the village, was met by an old woman
who was in the habit of begging. As
was her practice, she made a great solici
tation for a half-penny. On feeling his
pocket Mr. Skinner discovered that he
had not a half-penny, but was possessed
of a penny piece, which he handed to the
woman. The sum being doublo what sho
expected, so excited her gratitude that
she exclaimed: "Lord bless you, sir, and
may a' that's gudo attend your bonny
family; and for yoursel', God sen' that ye
may win to tho kingdom o' heaven this
very nidit!" "Many thanks to vou,
Junct, for your good wishes," said Mr.
skinner, "but yo need na have been so
very particular about the time!"
A Query to this Editor.
"When a ladv gits stalled in a gutter,
In tho midst uf o populous street,
(Liko a fly tUnt is strumlcd iu tbo butter,)
Aud lias to uncover hor foot.
As Kootly tbe crinoliuo lifto eho,
And Klvm it hor grarofullesi sweep,
Is a follow to Mam-, Mr. Editor,
If he at horHiiklos should peep,
Just to see if thoy'ro hirk or they're thill,
Mr. Editor, is Itasin?"
Children. It is said, man would be
little better than a savage but for woman.
With equal truth wo limy nysert, both
men and women would bo hard and selfish
beings but for children. These call out
and refine and soften the best feelings of
the parental heart Their little needs
are so many, and their simple innocence
so uSeeting, and their very 'caprices so
winning, that love and attention grow out
of them almost instinctively. That must
bo a hardened nature which can remain
unmoved by the soft touch, and playful
childishness, and thousand little pranks
of a baby.
LEGAL NOTICES.
fTlHUxVUIi'S SALE. ON MONDAY",
M. the 19th day of September. A. D. I.V, at ihr
rotunda in the C"iiri-liotHH, in the city of Cincinnati,
nt 11 o'chK'k M. of mil 'I rtuy, will s,. at public unc
tion u 1 the fullowiiiK-deitcri: ed r,ul entitle, viz:
I Lots numbered Meven (7)Hiid eiijht (8) in mjiMre
numlier tbre-(3i uf tilat U. in tt-e Hiilxlivuii'ii ni (he
entile of ImvM E. Wu'lo, hm recorded in Hok N
117, pafie liii, of thf K'-rordi of Hamilton (Jaunty.
I 'hi . mid frontine each twenty livulU-i) fuel on West
eru Cnuul or l!iiiii-8irn(, ano running buck the
ft tut iilth one hundred mid tilty-six ft-el inret
iiichP" to I'rovideuC'-'Htrei't.
i. All cli en 10m ..f land si tuatn In thocityof Tin
dime. I, Hamilton C .tiiity, Ohio, and beiuc nuin
hxr. d nlnty WO, iilueiy-nue (91), iiineij-iwu (S2) anil
ninoty-iliree (y.'U. iu miuare number fonri4),ot iht
niilivM 'ii of lots ma le by H tchkins, Avrry nnl
Cart r, reco if d iti ok Mo. All, puce atii, of the
llccordnof Hamilton Count. Ohio, anil each of snd
low IpiniinK twenry-seven (S7)fcet, tuukiiiR UK feei
n all. on tlieaoittn side of Monr.e-8iret, and ex
tending ba.'k on parallel lines ninety (W) feel to uti
nlli-y
3 Also th following, situate in Cincinnati, for
merly In Milk-reek foivimhip, In nootio'i uuinbet
ii'iet'-en, (in) iu Town-hip number three Cliio the
coud fracti'-nai ranee in the Miami Purchase, beins
nlxtv-tbree iti) feet atel six inches in front on tin
lioithertysiileof the Cincinnati ami Harrison Turn
pike Koad, and running ib.uce northerly lour hun
dred I'tiet.inore or less, to the bind of John Kiilille
sen., boiwded on the east by a lotofffrou-olconveieil
by Bernard mi I wile to John Huckney Novein lair 3
142, and on the weat by a lot uowor formerly balong
inx to Hark Atkins.
4 Also the following, situate In Cincinnati, Ham
ilton Oiinty, and Stale of Ohio, and being lots num
bered twenty-three U3) ami tweuly-fuiir, (24) in Wade
ft Dudley's addition or nubdivision of jots In sai l
city, an recorded in Uook JJ, page 119, of tho Hamil
ton County Kecords, said lots twenty-three (23) aud
twenty-four (H tx-inn on the south side of Poplar
street, westuf Western-row; being oai'h twenty-live
(2.-i) feet in front on the south sido f Poplar-street,
snd running back in parallel lines south ouo-halfthe
distance from Poplar to Oliver-street.
6. Also, the following In Cincinnati, commencing
at a point on the south side of Cl&rk-rtreet, one
hundred and tweuty-tkree leet east of the oouth
eait corner of Clark aud Freeman-streets; thence
south at right angles to L'l irk-street, two hundred
snd one f-er; thence in aa easterly direction twenty
eiuht (2$) feet; tbence in a uortlierly direction and
parallel with said west line at right angles toC'larli
street, two hundred and one feet to (Dark-street;
thence westerly ou tho south line f Clark-street,
tw-nty-eight (23I feet to the beginning; being lot
numbered thirty nine (39) In (J. W. Tucker's sub
division of the Cutter property, as recorded Iu book
number Eight (aj in the division among the hoirsof
Sitll Cutter, deceased.
6. Also, the folli wlng lot, situate in Hamilton
County, and beiug lot numbered thirty-nine on the
plat of subdivision of Avondale. in said count';, hh
recordod in Plat Book So. 1, page of tho records of
said cotin y.
Title to all the above property good; sale peremp
tory; terms cash; being tlia same property conveyed
to theuudersimied by de d of trust from The Cincin
nati and C'liicaco luilroad Company, July 1,1854,
recorded iu hook No. 'din, page 2l.
JOHN W, HKBRON, Trustee,
Collins HiBBoN.Ati'ys, 148 Waltmt-st. atiiKbgt
THCSTEE'S SALE. 0 N 8ATUB
DAY, the 24th day of September, 1&5D, at eleven
o'clock, A. M., 1 will sell at public auction, at the
rotunda of the Court-house, In Cincinnati, (if not
sooner disposed ol,) the following-described real
Two'nutidred and flfty-avc 38-100 acres of hud, sit
uate in the county of Calhoun, and State of Illinois
and being the Korth-east fractional H of Section 1,
Township H, S. Range 3, W.. aud lot No. I, N. . M ol
Section 3, Town . S. K. 2, W.
A I. Mil OllA h nnrlrnH mtd aWtv afvam In tt.A
of Cass, Ktate of Illinois, and being the North b',H
of the North-weBt 'A of Bectlon 15, Town 18. i"
B. 10, W., and the East half of South-east fun' ,'h
Section 17, Town 17, N. of K. 11, W. la 01
a L,ou me u unurea an i iwenty acres in tbeconnrv
of Mason, and State oi Illinois, and being the nnrfh
half of South-west of Section 1, and The North
east H of tha tkmth-east X of Section Town
22, N B. f, W, ' u
ALSO Onehundred and twenty acres In thficonni.
of Hamilton, and Mate of Illinois, , d bTin th
South half of Sooth east '4 of SWtlon Tnw
3,S. B. 7. B. and the wuthast of ?heTko?th
east H of' Section 2.1, Town i, 8. of R 7, B
A LS0 One hundred and sixty acres in the county
of Jasper, and State of Indiana.aud being the South,
west '4 of Seotion 17, Town 30, k. It. 7, """"""n-
ALSO-Eighty acres in the State of Iowa, and
county of Cerro Gordo, and be ins the South hairirf
N'9ofNKarng;W22rw:aC,'0D'41 H
To be sold asthe' property of Benjamin ?. Tewlr,
and OrvisM. More, partners as Lewis A Jtrre, fr.i
the benefit of their creilltors, pnrsnaot to a Co ji.
Edo0.tblSu!!,'1.0r.!,0!1, of Cincinnati, in ac in
No. ,813, wherein J. R. jHlTray,et.al..a-comr inin.
ants and Lewis A More, et. al .ar-dehndanu
Terms of Sale Ouo-ti irdof thepunha ,,mone.
to be paid . ash on delivery of deeit-one.tki' h ,.i
year, and one-third in two yeam, from he lav of
iale;deferredpaymeute to besooired liy tr on rim m,
the premises. wji. B. SBBVinSSf
July 16-awii
KELSEY & CO.'S
SEWIiVG-MACHIJVES
Ofuce-30 West Pourth-utroet,
CINCINNATI.
w
B ASK OF A DISCRrMTW A TTwn
t,i.. .t; J" "' m "'I"' Sew ng-Ma.
fh 1 ,Xmmt ufld .P"" Whon of the merits ol
these Machines with all others In the m-rlV.i V.
court It, being .nre It will result fn oi Swr W
D. W. BARBINGTOX k CO..
BW Aaeut..
J
SEWING MACHINES.
Sloat &Co,
sewing m a (1
Cincinnati, Office M Went Fourth street.
if THOSE INTENDING TO PURCHASE,
" we desire a personal Investlgatiou of the com
parative merits of those Sewing Machines with all
others in the market,
nil FBANK HKtiKY, Agent.
G. C. KMPFIN & C O.
DKAIiRBS IN
L.idl, Webster & Co.'s,
(Late Hunt, Webster & Co.'a,)
SEWING MACHINES,
No, tt West Konrthwireet, tlucluunti.
These Machines have boon steadily advancing Iu
popular favor for the past year, and are now esteemed
by all who have given them a trial as the "No Plus
Ultra" of Sewing Machines. The evenness and reg
ularity, and tightness of stitch made by them, has,
roorethan anything else, tended to this result. Addod
to this Is the undeniable fact of their simplicity and
ease of management, there being no band or cog
wheels, as iu some Machines, or loather pads and
crooked needles, as In others. They commeud them
solvcs to the dress-maker by the regularity of tho
feeding arrangement, which nnver puckers or tears
the work, by the uniformity of stitch aliko on both
sides of the fabric, by their noiselessncss andrapldl
ty; to tho tailor by their great strength aud durabili
ty, tightness of stitch and capacity for using linea
thread; to families, by the combination of all these
oualitlos. Bond lor a circular and sample of work.
jyl-t
GROVER So BAKER
SEWING MACHINE CO.
58 WEST FOURTH STBEET,
CinclnuutLi
AS AN EVIDENCE OF THE SUPERIOR
ITY of the Alachlnos manufactured bv tho Gro
ver anil Bakor Sewing Machine Co., they have over
3n,fi(iii in daily use iu manufactories, work-shops and
families. Public pntronaxo is the nrst evidence of
merit. Those Machines, alike victorious over preju
dice and competition, now justly enjoy more univer
sal favor than has ovor been bestowed upon any
Sowing; Machiun.
Maiiiiiacturing Machines making the shuttle
Htitch, anil Family machines making the celebrated
Orover iSt Bakor slitch, of SI different patterns, vary
ing In price from 50 to $125; descriptive circulars of
Machines and illustrations of tho stitch, can be had
on application, by letter or otherwise, jo-20
SINGEK'S SEWING MACHINES.
Prhei Reduced to ISO, $T5, $110 and 9125.
Singer's New Family Sewing Machine,
The price of which is only K.V), is alight andelegatit
ly decorated Machine, capable of performing, in tho
best style, all the sowing of a private family.
Nlimev's Ti-niwverse shuttle JInxlilne,
To he sold at 871, is a Machine entirely new iu its ar
rangement, it is very beautiful, moves rapidly and
vory easily, and, for family use and light maiinfac
taring purpnsi-. is the vory best and cheapest Ma
chine ever offered to tho public,
"ilium's No. I Mimdiinl Hhtittle itfncliinc,
Ronnorly sold at 813.1. but now reduced to ?llll, is
known all over the world.. Evory sort of work can
he done with it.
Singer's No. J ftnnilnrd Shuttle Machine,
This is tho favorite manufacturing Maehine every
where Price, with table complete, (1125.
SHTScnd for a Circular.
JAM ES S KA K DON,
Agent for J. M. Singer & Co.
No. 8 Emit Fminli stn-ct,
joli-t CIKCINNAl'l, UIJIO
LESTER'S SEWING MACHINES.
I WOULD BESPECTFUHY INFORM
Ih - sewing public that I um the sole authorized
vgent lor the' ea In, f the
LESTER'S IMPROVED SHUTTLE
S E W I K 6 )li CHINES;
nd being well acquainted with its merlH. and famll
ar with its operation, I leel tontident'luu those in
mint of such iin article, will give it roferenoe over
ill ethers now before the pu'dic.
I deem ir iiniiec ssary to enumerate all It-advau-isces,
as tho-e who mav wish to pnrehaio will proha
ly prefer to sati-f lliemselves ty personal inspec
lon, which they may ilo v ealllog at
No. H-i Went foil fin street.
WPersons purchi-ing Lester's Sewing Machine
will receive practical iustructiiois upon the in freeot
iharge. All nnu-hiues warrniited.
WILMtN liAPI! AM, Accent.
No. 9i West Fourth street, directly
jj-26-lf-t Oi-posite Post Office.
EVENS'
MANUFACTURING
SEWING MACHINE.
I believe I make the best Lock-stitch Hewing Ma
chines, in tho world. If the purchaser doss not tU Ink
o after six months trial, I will rofund you the
S60 JX.JSTJD
Price of Machines.
OFFICE AND BALE BOf ,MH-Dinctly on the
Northwe3t coruor Main an a i'ourth streets, over
Owen's Jewelry establishme ut.
RB-All kinds of riowl'.f -itachincs repaired, and
light machinery mam- fw ;,ired, at the i'actory, 1S7
Walniit-streot, cornor Wi.lniit and Filth.
tAgents wantor in otler citi,.sto.ill my 8ew
lng:Maohiuos. A-'ross, I'. EVANS, Jr., Oincin
nau, U. au2
0.r JAKE R CITY:
wo T'arended Double Lock Tight Stitin
PiJIILySEWLVGJLlCIIIl.
ALSO THE VERNON
Ssme Htitch, two sizes, rrico $:l,1,00 and $40,00.
The very latest ir,veutn and the most oolveloss and
perfectriiuning'iiachineextaiit The above named
machines mshoi;h m stitch, oijunlly as well ne
hullier priced ones. On those nmcliiiifs we apply the
only Hemmert'jit will turn any width of bei.i-itls
the only one in tie market that Is adjustable to fold
any width of hen, with any thickness of cloth..
Persons residhg in the conntry wishing samples,
or infon nation, by inclosing 3c, stamp, will mceive
Prompt ittentlon-
Lonal igniits wanted in all tho cIMps snd ti-wus in
Ohlc. Addrew S. A, JENKS, Agent,
P. O. Ilox imoj
Or ( all nt Dosn Swift's Walch and Jownlrv Store,
157 Malaetnot, 2d door above fourth, Cincimmti,
Ob to. Jyis-ain
" IIOWU'S TfiiWMfi NACIIIXKST-
I. HO'lfB. Jr., Pntentee of the criminal Sevi Ing
i'laclilue.)
FOIt FAMILY ffK AND MANKFACTJ It.
ING PUlU'OShli-j.
TheFi gully Blwihinm are well mhnnl for tnl lore'
use, or j jailer 0 ttiiiK- Uowe's Cylinder 3Iaoh ities,
for all Ii (other stitching, novo nlwavs Indd a re) cita
tion far above any other. Tha public are desit ed to
examine, and purchase where best suited.
A. T. JACKSON, Agent.
No. 19 Wost (Tourth street, in Jtt'Uracken's Fur
ishing s tore, Glue Innati, 0 myl
FROJiT.Sl'Tt.EET pactory
AKD
I-.TJMB1R DEPOT,
Ho. UT lie at Front 8tre et, bet. Pike and Butler .t,i,
Bon'th-slde.
HAVlNfl FITTB.O UP THE PREMISE
wl' h the most impi wd kind of machln try,
am preoi jrnl to furnish, at hort notice, all kinds
House, u,a..nh.,.t v.an center and Joiner's wnrb.
Sash, t Hinds, Doors, Frai and " nldings, of all
descrig ,on. Bteamboat L omlier, Weather-board-nr.
S',f st.llntf. glnnrf i Iff. Ac, Kent fmniif.fillv
on har ,a Particular attentli paid to planing, rlp
tiaH' .nd scroll sawing. Heav'y framliig luni tier can
M P ned and trued 40 reet lot 1g, end 3(1 Inches wids.
fet ms about to build, will flUd h to thMr advag.
t48 to give mat, call, w. JONBi,
r itui-Dnj ..vivwr.
I
of
MISCELLANEOUS.
THfiOLDDOJlLMON
COi.''XlJLiU
AND
TEA POT.
A It T II U Il'S
SELF -SEALING
FRUIT CANS
AND
The best now In uso and all prepared for Healing.
1 It A T T'S
- PATENT
Self-Ycntllatlng
MILK- PAN
The greatest invention yet. JCvery house-keeper
should have one.
AltTHUB, BUBNIIAM & GI LltOT,
Manuftieturers of Patent Articles,
Mr-Trade Depot for the West,
21 East Pearl street, Cincinnati.
JOSEPH R. GREEN, Aecnt.
wtr-'ond for a trade Olrcnl nr. aul
Wi B. DODDS,
Formerly of Hall.Doddj & Co.; late Urban.Bodda A Co.
W. IS. Dodl & Co.,
HANnrACTi'uBSj or Tn
OONOHE3TEI
Fire and Burglar Trool
3 JL IF 13 i3 ,
. W. Curncr of Vlita & Second Streets.
Thh 1n tho most rollublo FIKK AND BU1IOLA
PBOCiF SAFE tliat is made iu tho United States, and
is ws rranti d perfectly froe from damp. Oau bo sold
at lovor prices, and is of hotter workniitnsblp than
can bo fouad elsewhero.
We have a large usaortment on hand, and nro tie
terniined to sell at pricos that caunot fail to pleuse.
Old te
Tskon In eichnngo. 8KC0ND-HAND SAFES al
ways on hand at extremely low prices. 91 H
HOOFING. "
Saltonstall's Fire aail Water Proof,
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC .
COATING FOR ROOFS.
rfHE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
I. Coating for Metal Hoofs, or any Iron Work ex
poaed in use. Warranted to withstand the soverost
tests of Heat, Cold, Haiti, or Sulphuric Add, and re
mnln pnrfei'tly im pervious to water. It will not.
melt, crack, wash or scale off. For new, old, leaky
netnl ronfs.or for canvas roofo, it is n pir cent,
chenpor than any other coating. All orders accom
panied Willi Mm casta or satistactory references, will
lie promptly lllleil, in any unsold territory South and
West of New York and Peuus) lvaniu. For further
iIbruia.lon,al.plv.o F. HOYS V CO.,
Sole i'roprletorsanil Maniitactniors,
jo7-t 132 rt'esl Second street, Uluciunati, Ohio.
fVMiK "OtnCAI.T ELASTIC ME-
JL TALIjIO BOOKING" Is otTereil to the pui-lic
as the bi-st and cheapest Metal Koof now used, Its
merits tested by an expori nee of years iu thin city
snd vclnIB'. Apnilea to nut orsnep.oio or inn
ImlldlniiB. Nosoldor iie-d fa-tened s-cmely v.ith
.., . to ilu' fl.-ttnn of the elempntn.
Prepared b ets, lioxwl for shipment toanv par' ot
ne I'm en ."irties, t an oo iipuin-u nj any out,
irdinars ni.iehaii'cal skill, (inter- p ouiptly filled
,ylA.t 13; W ewl Second street
Kerrell's Blackberry Anodyne,
'8111 IS MEDICO R IS OFFERED TO THE
fl. piiMii'asonHoI'tl pls'et.lf not ilo-vrvhest med
lcinethiit has ever l-en 'lrcnteilt r Iiiaruiica. I'vs
p,.,uv 11, mi rftii I m-asti'i. mnl all nfll1 r ikralitte
ments of thi Moniac'i olid liige-eiee Oranoe, which
areso prevalent and Ihinl In our eoiiuin -r-cts
thi-dernRml ciimliii' n of the Liv r;nlbis Nervous
Irritntinns. such as n caused by Tetithing, gives
tons and healibyacti m to tho bow ds, and withal, I1
pleasant to take. lylCl-lmit
INCREASED EXCITEMENT
HUM E'S
WITHINGTON BEER.
THIS CELEBRATED BEER, INTRO
DUCEB by the iiiuleisigniil, a few months
since, for the first 'imo in this city, is rapidly super
ceding in uso all olliors, Its popularity is ennui to
Miwty Aie, which can only be procured genuine at
the it-'y Al- Cotl.-rfo, No. 101 Maiu-atreet, between
Third and Fourth-streets.
Hume's Ladies'
Ale,
Superior to any In nso, either domestic or imported,
for lailiea who are nursing, and their babes The
properties of this Al are highly tonic and invigora
ting, und is particularly recomniunded Ly tho Fuc-
UU"' THE MANY IMITATORS
Of HTJME'8 MUSTY ALE, have, one by one, closed
their doors, or had them closed by t he Sheritl', and
the undersigned will give Fifty Dollars bonus, to any
individual who will produce nsincle glass of Musty
Ale, Withington Beer, or Hume's Ladies' Ale, at any
otherestablishmeut than the Musty AleCottago.
My stock ot the original and only genuine Alusly,
Champaisne, -Hitter Old Amber, und other choice
brands of Ales, and also Por and Brown Stout,
comprising in all about SKV . UUNDltUD DAU
UELS, is unoiiualcd in tho Uu, ju.
aun-tf " J. B. I1U.11K.
GLASGOW AND NEW YORK
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
STEAM TO 0LAS0O , .JiIVEEPOOL, BELFAST,
DUBLIN ANI LONDONDERRY
FOB $:io.
: raosi MEWT0BS.
Glasgow, Thomson, Wednesday, Aug. 34 , at 12 noon
KdinburhiOuniniing..V,ednosday,Junel, '
lilnssow, inomson - " ::
UdlnhurghjOummlng.. ' July 37, "
IBOH OlASQOW.
Fdlnburgb. Cummlng...Hatnrdsy, May 7.
Olnsaow. Thomson. ..Wednesday, July 27.
Edinburgh, Cummlng... " Jnly3.
Bates of Passage from Now York, Philadelphia or
Boston, to Glasgow. Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
Londonderry, first class, $75. Steerage, round with
an abundance of properly-cooked provisions, jjfc'IO,
Anexperienced Surgeon attached to each steamer.
jlo obarire for medicines.
ror Freight or Passage, aprly to
a Vil7 BOBttiiT CBAld. 17 Broadway,
' EDICATED BTRENOTHEyiNG
iTi PLASTKBS. These Piaster! are excellent
ram es In cases of piin and weakness in tbe side,
breasi'i W back ; also, in rheumatic affections, coughs,
asthma, sprains, bruises, and kidney or spinal affec
tions 'The Arnica. Galbanum, Pitch, Poor Man's
tnd flem'lock Plasters, are manufactured of various
sizes on M'l or cloth, and Poor Man's on papor, by 8.
. Qbirv'ITH.and supplied to dealers and druggists
nasg,d 'arms as any manufacturers in the U. 8. (9)
LAVl K8 IF YOU WISH A GOOD DOTJ-ble-Threaded
Family Sewing Machine; which
for cractic.d use can not be surpassed, call at No.
Carlisle Bu 'Idiug, second story, corner Fourth and
Walnut and see "'Novelty," Bruen's Patent, tbeonly
Machine that ean he need with elthera single ordon
ble thread It is the beat Machine mails, and never
hrnaksnoodloa Call and seeit, oreend for s Circular
.WSen ofw.ork F T OOLEMAN,
Bole Aont for the Weat and soutb-west.
No. 110 Malii.etreft, belotv Fourth.
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
I ANUFaVCTURERi? of bar, sheet,
i"l and Boll srlrou, Plo' Slabs, Bailroad bpikes,
Kte Also Aeen.'s for the sale of Iron ton Star Nails.
Wareroom's ! 8"d Street, Cincinnati,
Ohio. .
"All kinds Iron md " '"de
LANE .V BODLEY,
BABCFAt-'TDBtRB 0
Wood-Working Machinery,
AND CIRCULAR t?AW MILLS,
florner John and Water ta.Cliictnnael.O
DRS.B.EHRMAN&W.r.LFECH.
HOIHEOPATIIIT.
OFFIOB NO, 4fl 8RVNTH HT B It T.
Olflce hours from A IS.. to 3, and 7 to 9, P. M.
JyS9 cm
WILLIAM H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
and Counsellor at Law, Chssc's Bulldiug
TUrd Ural, t doers Salt of Halo U"
9
MISCELLANEOUS.
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
8s
ArL
Incnrporati'ri 1819. Cliancr Perpetual
HfAitency estnblinliedln' InrinnatUn llviij, an-
ttilutiug all rreseiit local Insurance Oonipsnies and
Agencies in me insurance imi-ii b-s in inisciiy. ,m
years constant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
erience,entrnrit and liberality, espeeinllv com
mend the iETNA Iniiiraiice iloninany 10 tho favora
ble natronae of this iMnumuuiiy stanilius solitaiy
and alone the solo survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati nud- rwriter ot 1 Si!i.
CashCapiTall OOO.OOO.
AUSOLUTB AND UNIMPAIUEI). WITBA
SI B PIUS OK M.oaiM' St).
And the f re'tlge of y ara success and experience.
INVKKTMRNTH OK
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
IIl'tVAItOS Of l5i,000,000, 1.O-S-KS
Bavo been paid by the Ate Insurance Company In
tho past d 0 years.
Fire and Inland Nnvlgnlion.-aisks accepted
at terms consistent with solvency and lair profits.
Kapccial attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms of 1 toft years.
Application nuidc to nny duly authorized Asent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
imate Insurance business, this Company is enabled
to offer both indemnity for the past and security for
the future. Poliriesissueilwllhoutdulay liy
JAS. U. CAIi'l'KB, Agent, No. 40 Main street.
A. K. PATCH, Assistant Agent.
II. K. LINPN15Y, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.J. HOOKER, Agent, Fulton. 17th Ward. an6
THREE-FOURTHS
or tuk
PROriTS OE THE BUSINESS
DIVIDED ANNUALLY
TO
POLICY-HOLDERS.
Mil.
Iff A "SOWsit
I ti f h I V VV
18 WALL STKEET, NEW YOKK.
CASH CAPITAL S300,000 AO
ASHBTK, July 1 15 OOSidSl 84
IjIAIIILITIKS 10,514 sr
rtlllE ATTEJ? ION OF THE COJIMU
M. NITY is respectfully C'lled to tho following
rem tires in connection with this Company:
FiRST-By insuring In this Company, the advant
utesof a Mutual Ii.siimi-ro Company me oblaineil,
with' he mid ii ionnl odvim tage aU'onled In the -.e.-iirity
given by mi niniile and reli.iMe asb Capital-a tea
tino iiotnrrsv'itril 'vi'idinnrv Mntuiil Fire Insiimiieo
Companies TKrilividendtfiocustoniurs, alreudy ilo
cl 'r-'U, are as follows:
First Divison to 1' licy-HnMora, 18.-.7, 3..!i per cent,
So cud do. do. do. I-W..V
Third do. do. do. 1S.W, SO "
Si-conu-TIio "erurity given, which is nlread) large,
will eonstiintlv increase with each yeur of sucn-sstul
ipeiuliio'S. This Is exbihiied learh in tho lollow
lug statement, showing the p -within of the Company
in each year since the new system was adopted.
July, lais Net Assets of tho Company, SW'.WW 43
" l-,7 " ' " " M9,7I'J 54
. fM, " :a
" Oross Assets, " iSli.hHI 81
" " Liillilli'ies 16, H 37
Tmnn-Tlio insured incur no bahi'ltv wlntcvor,
whileolitaiiiinglhi -se advantages of super lor seeurity
aini'lie pni-Hs, JKO. T UOI'E, l'residcut.
II II. Lajipoiit, Secretry.
Cvi.us fecK, Assistaui S-creUry.
SAM'L E. MACK t'o Agents,
3.3 IVest Tiiinl-stiert, C'iui'innrttl.
auSi-uni ! '
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
Iilor.ant Impi'ovemeiit!
WE1,LS liTENT
i imn t
WEIGHS ONLY tt.1 LHSI MANL'FACTUBED,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL, BY
BEXXETT&iO.,
jy21-am Sycamore street, below Fifth.
UAL
L'S PATENT.
xTHnraTuz!
pmmi
MX
THF. MOST RELIABLE FIRE AND
BURGLAR PROOF BAFES.-Thoy havo given
more satisfaction than any other now in use.
Wentleraroward of ONK TIIOUMANU I)T..
I.AltM to any porson that can, up to the present
time, showa single instance whorelu they have failed
to preserve their contents.
With thisSAFK we chnllens;e all competition,
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and are -willing
test with any establishment iu the Union, and the
por'y failing first, to forfeit to the other, the sum
of?2,oisi.
We nre prepared to furnish a better Safe, and nt less
cost, than any other manufacturer in the United
"'second-hand Safes of othor makers, also on hand.
We respectfully invite the public to call and exam
ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
HALL, CARROLL k CO.,
angl2-ayt Nos. i-" and 17 East Columbia street,
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Chblic, and
ILL PAINS IN TBE STOMACH k COWHA
RladVe by GEO. 8. LIGHTs
WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, CINCINNATI.
FOR HALS BY JOHN D. PARK., tSUIUE, ECK
STINK A CO., and Druggists generally. Order left
at WitbiAUSiiN A hUTviian, no, 41 Walnut struct
will he attended to. aul3-tnovl
1. X. L.
MUSTARD.
AFTEK MANV YEARS OF PRACTICAL
experience in the art of Mustard-making,
proprietors offer the above brand of Mitsuird totbe
fni one, giiaranceeiiiK n asincny pure article, niann
actiireil from the bust uualiiy of seed, carefully s
lected with the design of nroilucitig a Mtwtant nUPK
Itllllt I M Kl.AVOH AND I'L'NUKNCV TO ANY
NOW IN USK. We have no Hesitation In aaylng
rnntau lovers oi gooa musuirq win nuti tue i. a.,
to be that wnicii tnoy so irequenti) tali to obtain,
ttUSTAKI) THAT lis IMUSTAUD.
WOrders promptly filled
H AHHIPON 4 V7IL60N,
jew AO and HM Walnut-street.
COttPOsill'IOM lOFI.(i.
'IfHE undnwigned It prepared to not on
m Composition Hoof of tbe best quality at short
nonce.
utiles In J A B. Bruce's Ouilage Boposltory, oor
nnr Third aud Vine.
sfltootiug material comtsntly on html, and
I
mm
RAILROADS.
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton. RAILROAD
F0X7R DAILY TRAIN 3 LEAVE THE
Slxlh-stroct Depot." ,
Trains ran through to Indianapnlls, Lima, Ban.
dusk aud Cleveland withontcliangaot cars.
Throuiih rickets for all Kastern, Weatern, North-
em and North-vrotorn cities.
A. fll E.Vi'K EH- TRAIN (Colnmbus time,
which is seven minutes faster than Cincinnati) For
Cleveland and Pittsburg, via Delaware, makes close ;
connection at Crestliue for Pittsburg, Baltimore,
Philadelphia and New York: and at Cleveland for
Dunkirk, Itulliilu, Itoston and New York. Also.con
nects nt Day ton with Dayton and Michigan ltoad for
Troy, Piona, cddiiey, Idtna, Toledo, Detroit. Vott
Wayne und Chicago, reaching Toledo at3:3fl. Detroit
at fciKJ, nud Chicago at 7:21) P. M.. Quincy and Galena
al 7 A.M. Also, at Dayton with Greenville and Miami
Kuad, for Ureeuville, Union, Winchi-eter and Uun
cle. Also, connects at Kiclunond with IndianaOen
tral Hoad.for Indianapolis. Lafeytte,(inkngo. Torre
Nautu, tit. Louis, and all Western cities. Also, at
Richmond with Cincinnati and Chicago Road, for
Andi r on. Kokomu and Peru. Also, connects with
Junction Itailroiiilut Hamilton for Oxf rd,
N A. M. .UAH. Tit AIN-For Dayton, Spring
fli hi and Sandusky - Ootiucds at Sandusky with
ST K AM Kit for DliTKOIT: at UKUANAIorCoLl'M
BliS; at Forest with fittsburs, Fort Wayneand Chi
cago Hoad, East and Weal; ai Clyde with 0. and To
ledo Koad for Cleveland nuil Builnlo, Toledo, Detroit
and Chicago. This train also connects at DKLA
WA11K wilh the 0 C. 4 C. Koad for Cleveland and
points a-t; alsoconuectsnt Uaiuilton with Juuctiou
Hailroad lor Oxford.
4:311 F. ftl. 1'KAIN-For Dayton, Sprlngfleld
ftuu auilllSKy ' Jllliecis ax roresi Willi rnisourM,
Fort Wayne and Chicago ltoad, Kast snd West: at
Clyde with 0. and Toledo Koad lor Uleveluud aug Buf
falo, Toledo, Detroit and Chicago. Also, ronuects at
Uichmond for Indianapolis, Terre Haute, ft. Lonis
and Chic:igo. Also, connects with Junction Kallroad
at lianiilton forOxi'ord.
Ii 1'. T It A I N For Dayton, Troy, Viqna, Sid
ney, Limn, Toledo, Detroit, iTort Wayne aud Chi
cago, reaching Chicago at 8 A. Al.
The 6 aud 8 A. M. traius connect at Cleveland
with steamers for Buffalo.
For further information and Tickets, apply at the
Ticket ollicea north-east corner Front and Broad
way; No. 109 Walnut-street, near Gibson House; at
tbe new Ticket Ollice,on the west side cf Vine-street,
between Post office and Burnet House; at the Walnut
Street ilouse, or at tho Sixth-street Depot.
an 15 D. SlcLAHKN, Superintendent.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Tialn Nq. 1 Exprcss.at d A. M., connects Tia
Columbus and Cleveland, via Columbus, Crestliue and
Pittsburgh, via Columbus, Stenbenville and Pitts
burgh, Detroit via Cleveland and steamer. This Train
stops, between Cincinnati and Columbus, at Love
land, Deerflold, Morrow, Xenla, Cedarville, South
Charleston, London and West JcfTereon,
Second Tialn- No. 2 Express, at 8:30 A.M., connects
via Columbus, Bellair aud Bonwood; Wheeling; Tig
Uolumbus, Steuben villeand Pittsburg: vinOaluuihiu,
Oresilino und Plttsbiirs: t Columbus and Olevo.
land; Detroit, via Oiewfitno and steamer; w hitn Sul
phur Stution, via SprlngHeld. This Tram stops b
tween Cincinnati and Coliiuibits, at Plainville, Mil
foril, Mlanilville, Lovelanri, Deerflold, Morrow, Cor
win, Spring Valley, Xetiiannd London.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:40 P. SI., for
OoluuibiisaudHpringlield.
Fourth Traln-NiKht Exprcss.at 11:30 P. M.; cfln
nectsvlaColumbus, Bellair and Bcmvood; Whueilnii,
via tXilumbus, Stenbenvlllu and Pittsburg; via Co,
luuibiis, Crestline and Plttebiu g: via Columbus aud
Cleveland. This train steps at Lnrelaud, Morrovf,
Oorain, Xeuiaand London. SLEEPING 0AB8 ON
TUIS fli A IN.
No. I Kxpress. throngh to Cleveland without change
of cars.
No.2 Bxnress.tnronsu to w heeling wttnout onange
ofcars.
The 5TI0HT KXP11E3S Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:30 P. M., runs daily, uxcent SATC RDA Y8. The
tiller Trains rnu daily, excopt SUNDAYS.
Ifor all liitoruiutioii, ana inreugn lienors to no.
ion, New rork
k, Phlladelrhia, Baltlmors, Washing.
ton, uiiit.uo,
Plttaburit, wheeling, mid all the Castovn places.
I,. IIIHK.I. I'H-W t'Utl.l.A, VIOICI.MM.
applv nt the Offices, Will mil Street Bouse, No. I liur-
not House, aoutti east r.orn'r ot orcauwuy ana r roni
streets, and at the Eastern I'epot. -
Trains run by Columbus tim, which is seven min
utes faster than Cincinnati tiaie.
J. DL'ltAND, snp't,
Unmlliuaes call for passengers by leaving direction
at the Ticket Olhccs. tnr)7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE NORTHWEST,
VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Unly Vne Utiomge of utrs oetmen Vtncmnah
ani Cliicnm.
Three rossenserTrainsleavcOinclnnatldailT. from
tbe foot of Mill mill Front stree'-s.
5:. 'si A. H.-cnicago man arrives at inaianMoitsat
10:30 A. M.i Chicago at 7:25 1. M. This trWn con
nects with all night trains oat of Chicago, for the
westanu nortn-west.
12:0ii M. Torre Haute and Layfayette Accommoda
tion arrives at Indianapolis, nt It:i0 P.M.. makiui
direct connectloiiB at Iudl tnapolis with Terre Haute
Trains and imuanapoiis ana Liaiayeite tmins tor
Decatur, Sprlnglleld, Sapl.-s, tjnlney, Hannibal and
St. Joseph; also with Pern trains for Peru, Ft. Wayne
and Toledo.
6:0" P.M. Chicago Gxptess arrive at Indianapolis
at 10:30 P. JI.; Chicago at 7:40 A. 11. Making clos
connections at Chicago with all morning trains out
of Chicago. This train contacts at Indianapolis
wltn Terre uuiuo trains lor an points nest snu
Northwest.
Sloenlnecars are attached tc all the night trains
on this line, and run thiough to Chicago without
change of cars.
This is exclusively a eetern ana norm-western
route, and with faverablo aud lettable arrangements
with nil connecting roads thtoughout the entire
Wost. iniarantesB unusual care nml the amblbst an-
cotnmodations to tbe patrons ol this line.
T Be sure yon are in the right tk'ket office before
yon purchase your tickets, and auk for tickets via
Lavroncnburg and Indianapolis. ...
Fare the same aa by any other route. Baggage
checked through.
TUBOUGU TICKETS, good until used, can be oh'
tained at the ticket offices, at Spencer Uouse Corner,
north-east corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net Ilouse Corner; at the Walnut-street House, and
at Depot office, foot of M ill, on front street, where
all necessary information may bo had.
Oinultmssea run to ana trom tacn train, ana w
call foi passengers at all hotels and all part of the
city, bj leaving address at cither office.
. W. H. I. NOBLK,
mylO General Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
iteoTil1,011 Route for
'IKBBH HAUTE, , . ,
. OT. LOUIS,
LAFAYI ITE, '
CHICAGO, '''
LOQANSPOBT.
PKBtJ,
FORT WAYNB.
TWO DAILY THR0U8H TRAINS leave Sixth street
Depot, at 6 A. M. and 4:30 P. M.
6 A. M. INDIANAPOLIS, ST. LOUIS A OHIOA
00 FAST EXPRESS. Through direct, making close
connections for all other Western and North-western
points. This Train also conneclsat Richmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago (toads, for Anderson, Koko.
mo, Logansport, and all points on Wabash Valley
Railroad.
4:30 P. M. INDIAN APOLIB, CHIC&GO 4 ST.
LOUIS NIGHT BXPRESS.-The above Trains make
close connections at Indlannpolia,Lafartte andUbi
cago, with Trains for Terre Haute, Springfield, Bock
Island, Galesbnrg, Kenosha, La( tose, Jacksonville,
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Mattoon, Naples,
Galena. Quincy, Prairie du Chlen, Pans, Peoria,
Dunleith, Racine, Decat nr, Bloomington, Jfoliet, La
Sulla, Ut. Paul, and all towns and cities in the North
sMTThrongh Tickets given anil Baggage ohecked
throngh.
For further Information and Throngh rickets, ap
ply to Ticket Offices, north-east c-irncrof Front and
Broadway; No. 169 Walnut street, near Fourth; at
south-east corner of Fourth and Vine street, or at)
t he Six tb -street Depot.
D. ST. MORROW. Siroerintendont.
Omnlbtises will call for passengers by leaving their
names at either of tbe Tiokt Olfiors
ino
1W V. n m.iitii
.snt.
u.
OANDV ! OaN 1) Y
T3Ln 1ST. CLARK,
(SnocetsoT to Uteis A Go,)
Hanufanturern aud Wholesale Dealer
' -IN". :v
FINE AND PIAIN CANDIES,
O MAIW STREET.
CINCINNATI
. rnylT
JOHN.BOXER,
' . fiopcissnt TO tPIS SMITH,)
At Rfi Wppt FifYh ?tt..
tins ronsnnmlv on hnnd n J.nrge Variety at
PANC GOODS, im CHINA,
FANCY BASKETS,
Fishini Tackle, Military Goods, etc,
WHOLESALE AND BKTAII,,
AT VERY lOW PH1CES.
SH

xml | txt