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oryici, 14 wsbx rouTH-8TMrr.
Mistaken mortal, ev,r fretting,
Grasping, grinding. -rotnlng, gettlnr. .
It ooatentl .
If thou tiest enough, be thankful,
Just as if thou had'at abankful,
- i)e content! .
If for tine east thy lot lint humble,
Ira thy bread and do not graniblo,
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Ilava the rich, think 'at thou, no trouble?
Twice tbj wealth, tbr sorrows double,
, Becouteiit! ,
list the lure of learned asges
Those wlee men of the Grecian
. -Bo content!
Their reckoning np of ill sarin's riches, '
Wee compose'd in one siort potass, which is
The rloh man gets lth a II h I heaping,
But dreai and drink, aud food and ale.'plng.
Be content! ; . .
Though In sleep the rich men gain not,
Pour men eleep when rich men may not,
- B content!
Ttsmenibsr, tiort for wealth who rakeat,
"Hough thou brongbtett, not tbou takes!," -.
i Becon ent!
A Disloyal South Carolinian.
An application was recentty made to
Congress for the ronowal of tlio patent of
an easy chair, invented by a citizen' of
South Carolina. When the oaso oaine
up in the Senate, qui to a discussion
ensued, during which Mr. Halo, of New
Hampshire, made a deckled hit for tuo
applicant in trie following spoech, after
which tho bill passed 'without any diffi
culty : .1 .
Jlr. Hale- "I hope this bill will pass.
In tho first place I am very much in lavor
of the article that is patented.. Jt is an
easy ohair. In. the second place, South
Carolina troubles the Patont Office bo
little that it would bo very ungracious to
oppose this application from tho Palinbtto
State now. 1 I nope it will pass."
We wonder if this was the some patentee
of whom a good story was quite current
winter bofore last ',
Old Judge Evans, late a Senator from
South Carolina, was a very earnest, sin
cere and venerable old gentleman, who,
under an exceedingly gentle, mild and
clerical exterior, concealed some very
decided points of character, among which
was an intense State pride, and a strong
bias in favor of the institutions, and even
of the weaknesses and dofects, of his old
State. To him South Carolina was the
beau ideal of everything admirable, great
and ood. Her errors nod defects wero
to him virtues and endowments; and
though it was not in the nature of the
good old man to hate anybody or anything,
ho chei'.'ohei a decided and very South
CaroliosMsn repugnance to tho institutions,
ideas and custC'ms of Sa w England. For
any South Carolinian to possess any of
tho qualities, the, accomplishments or
tastes of tho pcoplo' of that section, was,
in tho view of tho old Soaator, a serious
broach of faith and duty to his honored
and beloved old Palmetto State.
Nowr it' happened th;it Judge Evans
was applied to by a youag South Caro
linian, who bad invontcd soiuo mochauical
contrivanco ; which ho dosired to have
patented. Tho young applicant intro
duced hiiusolf as tho son of an old friend
aud follow-pftTishonor of the Judge, and
begged, his favor and aid in. obtaining his
Iotters patent. .
The venorablo Senator, raising his
spectacles, and fixiDg his eyes in wontlor
and amazement upon tho ingenious young
Carolinian, in his mild but emphatic tunc,
interrogated him as follows:
"You. are tho son of Col. if , of
parish, South Carolina, who was
born in said parish ?"
"I am sir, promptly and proudly re
sponded tho young gentleman.
"Tho grandson ot General II -, who
served undor General Sumptcr in tho
"Yes sir," was tho prompt reply.
"Your mother was the daughter, of Mrs.
Saucy , who sot firo to her mansion
in the Revolution, to prevent the British
from ocoupying it ?"
"Yes, sir," enthusiastically exclaimed
the representative of one of our proudest
"And you" continued the patriotic old
Senator, "liavo been educated at the acad-
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and instructed in the
prinoiplos, duties, and knowlodgo proper
to your position, your birth and family ?"
"Yes sir," modestly remarked the now
"Then, sir," exclaimed the Judge, in a
tone of haughty firmness and indignation,
"how daro you turn your back upon all
traditional principles, and ideas, and cus
toms of your State, upon the sentiments
and principles of your family, your ances
tors and your countrymen, and degrado
yourself to the level of a common wooden
nutmeg Yankee, by invonting ".machine!"
The ingeniuB, but alas! high-born young
Carolinian, was so affected by the forci
ble manner in which the Senator pre
sented the enormity of his conduct, that
he abandoned his application, and re
turned to South Carolina with a view of
standing for Congress in his district at tho
JJItis customary in bomo parts of
the country, eithor upon railroads or
steamboats, to exact only half fare from
ministers of the different churches.
One pleasant day Capt S. stood upon
the upper deok of hie steamer, tolling tho
last bell previous to her departure, when
he was accosted by a serious looking indi
vidual in the following terms :
"Are you Captain S. ?".
"1 am, sir," said the captain, with a
turn of the head and a quizzical glance.
"What is the regular fare to Louis
ville?" "Twodollarsanda half." '
"Well, Captain, I am a Methodist
preacher, what will you oliargo me?"
Apparently in a deep study for a mo
ment, the Captain seemed to take tho
measure of our clerical friend, and replied
in his peculiar, decided tone :
"Well, I reckon we shan't charge you
a cent mora than any body else."
HGFk babe is a mother's anchor. Sho
cannot go far from her moorings. And
yet a true mother nover lives so littlo in
the present as when by tho sido uf tho
cradle. Hor thoughts follow the imag
ined future of hor chili That she i's tho
boldest of pilots, and gmdos her fearless
thoughts down through oconcs of ouiiiinr,
years. The old ark ' never nuido such a
voyage as tho cradle daily makes.
B&" Every wooden log tnat takes tho
place of a leg lost in battle, is n stump
speech against wan
Your Never Can Rub it Out.
One ploasant afternoon a lady was
sitting with her little son, a wdiito-haircd
boy, live years of agC.-w'I'he-. mother wns
sick, and the child had? left- his play to
stay with her, and was amusing himself
in printing his numo with a pencil on
paper. . ,
Suddonly his busy lingers stopped. 1 Ic
inado a mistake, nud wetting his linger,
ho tried again and again to ml) out tho
murk, as ho had been accustomed to do
on liis slnto.
. "My son," .said Lis mother, "do you
know that .God writes down all you do In
a book ? lie writes evory naughty word,
every disobodiont act, every time you iu
dulgo in toiuper and shake your shoulder,
or pout your lips ; and, my boy, you can
nevir rub it out!"
The littlo boy'a face grow very red, and
in a momeut tears ran down Ins checks.
His mother's eyo warf on liiiu earnebtly,
but she said nothing move. At length ho
camo softly to her sido, throw his arms
round her nock, and'whispored, "Can tho
blood of Jesus rub it oMt'r 1
Dear children, Christf Wood can rub
out the evil you liavo done, and it is tho
only thing in tho univorso that can do it.
"The blood of Jesus Christ, his Son,
clcanscth from all sin." 13aad of Uono
"It was My Brother's."
While pnssinji rapidly up King-street
we saw a Jittio boy seated on a ciiro-stono.
He was apparently some five or Bix years
old, and his woll-combed hair, clean hands
and face, bright, though well-patched
apron, and wholo appearance, indicated
that ho was tho child of a loving though
indigent mother. As we looked at him
closely wo were struck with the heart
broken expression of his countenance,
and the inurka of recent tears on his
check. So, yielding to an impulso which
always lends us to sympathize with the
Liovs or sorrows of tho littlo ones, we
! i ...... i i - i -.
stopped, ami, putting a iiuuu upou ins
head, asked what was the matter. Ho
roplied by holding up his opon hand, in
which we beheld tho fraginentsof a broken
tiny toy a figure of a cow.
"0! is that nil? "Well, never mind it.
Step into tho nearest toy-shop and buy
anothor," and we dropped a fourpence
into his hand.. "That will buy another,
will it not?" -0! yes," replied he, burst
ing into a paroxysm of grief, "but that
was littlo brother Tommy's, and ho is
. The wealth of tho world could not have
supplied tho vacancy that the breaking of
that toy had left in his little heart It
was Tommy's, and he was dead.
Preserving Sweet Potatoes.
A correspondent of the Gcneseo Farmer
tells how he' preserved 'sweet potatoes,
In tho fall colloct from tho road tho
dust that has boon formed of a mixturo of
sand and clay, and dry it thoroughly, by
either placing it on a platform in the sun
or in a' kiln. Now toko an old barrel, put
in a thin layer of potatoes one deep
only then another of sand, so as to com
pletely cover thom, Are., until your barrel
is filled, if you hnppon to have enough to
do it. ' Keep the barrels, after being
filled, in a dry placo until frosty weather,
then remove them to your kitchen ltil't,
where they can havo (lie benefit of the
fire below to keep them from freezing,
and also from becoming damp, cither of
which causes tlieiu to rot immediately,
Now, if you can koop "ISridgct" -from
digging them all out ttnd rousting them,
you will havo them sound and lively tho
first of Jlay. Indeed, wo havo kept them
a whole year in this mannor, and havo
practiced it with uniform success for a
number of years.
"What I have Skex ajid Knows. 1
have seen men, merely by noiso and
fluency, load the conversation in compa
nies, whero there cre taste, talcnt-hnd
learning, though they possessed noitlierof
tho thrco. . .
1 have seen a brainless fop marry a fine
girl and break her heart beloro the end of
tho first year, though her hand had been
solicited in vain by tho wealthy, tho.wiso,
and tho honorable.
1 have known lawyers to gain their
causes by sophistry, impudenco and vocif
eration, wjicn noithcr thomaelvcs nor the
jury knew "their drift. .
1 havo known a rumscller to deal out
his bcycrago of death to young men on
tho very brink of ruin, the same week
that his own son had filled a drunkard's
The Ci.osot. Close air is warmer than
open air; and how commonly do we hear
birds sing sweeter notes in their' ouges
than thoy would do in the wood. t shall
bo thine own fault, if thou ber noi bene
fited by retirement.- Bishop Hall. :
rllRUSTEE'S SAIiK ON MOJiDAY,
the 19th day nf Septcmlier, A. 1. at tho
Jtanda In the cVmrt-home, in tbeclt of Citu liiuuti,
t lliu'tlock M. of mill Jny, 1 will sell ut public uuc-
HI IJU CHICK m. Ol HHlll llliV. I Wll HH Ht ttl
tioa ilII the rolkiurtna.fL'u'rliii.,1 r,il inihiu ilv
I. IjoIb numbered een (7) tnii eisht (S) In Kimtro
number three (ilMif plut D, in tuo siiliilivinlon vl tho
enute of Onvld E.Wuilii, an recorded in Book Mo.
117. pane 110, of tho ltecord of Hamilton Comity,
Ohio, iuii! fronting each tveuty KvoCiufceton Went
era Cuuitl or l'luui-lr t, aud riinulng luck tho
hiiuiu widlh ono hundred ami llfty-bix fttot threo
indies to Pruriilencc'-alruet.
8. All lli'we lots of laud situate; In the city of Ciu
rlu urn i, Hamilton Comity, Ohio, ami being mini
horeil uinty (WUBinuty-onoCiU, nhiuly-two CC) mill
tiini'ty-tlirco (!), In biuuro iiiimlii r four uj, "I tlio
BiilKlivialiui il' lntK uiailo hy ILutchltlm, Avery ntnl
tart-r, ruconl-il in Hook No. .'ill, pare fall, (.f tlio
llerorilH of Hamilton County, Ohio, au.l en:h 1 xui'l
lute front liiRtwenty-iwvon (i'7i foot, tanking Ins feet
in nil, on the south niiie nf Monroe-dtn ct, ami ox.
tonilinu buck ou parallel linea nlioty il'OJ fool to an
3. Also the following, nittiitio In Cincinnati, for
merly in Millcreok Towniliin, in section number
niuotwn, (lii) in Townehip number three t3 in the
(econil fractional raiiRu in the Miami I'ltrcbiwo.lielti)!
lixty-tlireo (M) fret aul ix liirlu-M in front on the
northerly nlilnof the Clncluimti anil Harrinon Turn
pike Koh(I, and running tlieuoo nortliei ly.four hun
dred feet, moro orlesH, to tho limit of John Kiddle,
en., bounded on the oast by a lot ofajoiindroiiveyi'ii
ly llornard midwife to John Hucltney, Novomber 3,
jsi2,nndon tho west by a lot iioworfiiruicrly belong,
lug to Mark Atkins.
4. Alio tho I'ollowliiK, iltnnte in ('In innati, Ham
ilton County, and Slate of Oliio, and hoiiii; lots num
bered twenty-three (aii)ancl twontv-l'otir.i 21) in Wade
Ic Dudley's addition or enlidlviiiion of loin in aald
city, i ae recorded In Book m, paite Mrt, ot tlio Hamil.
ton t onnty Jternrda, e.iid lota twenty-three nnd
twenty-lour (ill lieinic on tlio miutli eido of 1'oplar
streot, wont of Wtietern-rnvr; bclnit eaeli twenty-llvo
(2S) Tent In front on the nauth side it l'uplnr-etreet.
onilrunnlnd back In piirallellliii-seoulli oiio-hull'llie
diatmice from I'oplar to Oliver-airwt.
5. Also, the following in Cincinnati, commencing
nt a point on thn south eldo of Olnrk-klrcet, one
hundred and twentjr-thrco teet cait of tlio Hotith
cast rornnr of Chufc mid Vreeinan-etreetn; tlirnco
eolith nt rlBht annlos to Clurlt-ntrecfl two linndred
and ono fret; tlienroln an oaslorly ilirurlion tttonty
eiglit (a)fr')t; tlicncoin n northerly directum and
pnrallel with saiil west lineal rlelilaiislcHlol'liirk
street, tvr linndred anil one feet to Cliirk-ntreetj
thence westerly fin tho Bunth lino i f C'lurk-sirect,
twenty-olKlit (Si) leot to lliu hciiiiiiiiin:; lu ln lot
niinihcred thirty nine (::tli in U, W. Tucker Mil,
divlHion of Hie Untler properly, m recorded in Imok
iiunitier KiRlit ) in thodivisluti union),' lliu liulreof
Selh Cutter, deiascil,
. Also, the f.dlewinrt lot. Minute In lliiiniltnn
oiiniy, nnd l.einir lot miinliered thirty -'line on the
pint l siilidivi-i f A vend ;l., in aulil otitil.;, im
recorilod in I'latUook No. I, naeu -of the iiwimln.f
said ennui y.
Tltlo tu nil the alioyo property goeil; rule potcmp
tory; tcriiinca.li; IkiIiik the mmin prnpcrtv ci.nve- , d
lo thenndiTHliriieil by ile -d of trust from The Ciu.:i.
nati and Clifcneo H iilro.nl (Joinr-any, July I,
recorded In Book No. ail, M.
JOIkYW. HEHR0M, Trustee,
CoLMNlft UriiROH, Att'ye, USWalnitt-st, auldhgt
SEWING MAC lillVBS,
CiuelnantU OfDcoS'i West VourtUtret.
ftV THOSE INTENDIKQ TO PURCHASE,
" Koilesireapersomit tnvoetljtation (if tbo com
parative ms-ita of tlieio Bowintf Mucliluoi with all
ethers in the markt t. '. . .
G, C. KJV f F F IN&C O.
BEAIiEllS Kl :
. jLac!l, Welscr &; o.'s, .'
1 (Late Hunt, Wobstor & Co.'a,)
No.tllVeat l'otirlli Ktrcet, f .'luclrjiiutl.
Iheao .MacLlui'S havo been uteitdily aJvoLciin tu
popular Hitc. i the past year, aud are now esteemed
by all who bare gitmi thein a trial as the "So 1'ln)
Ultra" of Sowing Bla ihines. The orennesi aud reg
ularity, nnd tiglitnosH of stitch mado'by thein, has,
more than anything ol.e, tondud to tills result. . Added
to this la the nndeulublo fact of their simp) Iritjr and
ease of m&uagorucnt, tharo being uo baud or cog
wheels, as In some Machines, or leather pada and
crooked needles, as In othera. Theycomuieiid thorn,
sulvea to the dress-makor by tlio regularity vt the
(ceding arraunteuieut, which ueor puckers or tor
the work, by the uuiforniHy of stitch ulike on both
sides of tho fabric, by their noUolGMncmi nnd rnyidl-.
lyj to tho tailor liylliiirKriiitstroiiEith and dunibill
ly, tinhtucss of stitch aud capacity for ueiiif lluon
thread; to families, by the combination of all these
qualities. Send lor a circular mid eui.iple of work,
jyl-t- . . : ,
KKLSEV & CO.'S '
0ffice30 West Fourth-atrtet,
E ASK OF A DISCRIMINATING
noblin. in liornnit of a rolian'o Sowlnn-Mii.
chino, the most ricid coinriii'lori .if tlio merits of
lie so jM'LChiuoa wj;h nil others in tlio mnrkut. Me
court it, biiiifi euro it will result in our favor,
D. W. HARHIGTOX CO..
aitSd ' Aumile.
8IN6EO SEWING MACHINES
Meet Ucduccd to $50, TS, $110ant(f
Slnccr's Now Fiimllr Sovvlnff JIanhlne,
The price of which Is only SVI, Is a light and elegant
ly decorated Machine, capable of performing, in the
best style, all tltesewiug of a private family.
Mnger'n Trnnnverse hlmttlo Itluclif
To bo sold at 571, is a Machine entirely new In its ar
rancement', it is Tory beautlfnl, moves rapidly and
very easily, end, for family use and light manufac
turing purposes, is the very best aud cheapoat Ma
chine ever offered to the public.
Ninxer'a No. 1 Stnndnrd Shuttle IHncliine,
Formerly sold at BUS, hut nnvt reduced to (110, Is
known all nvnr the world. Every sort of work con
be done with it.
SincH-i'' No. 3 Stnnilni-d Shuttle .llnclilitc,
This Is th fuvorito manufactnrlnR Machine ovory.
where Price, with tablo complete, ?125.
Scud for a Circular.
Agent for J. at. Singer i Co, . i :
No. 8 L'nwl Fourth sticet,
jcll-f ...... .. USClilNATI, OUIO.
LESTER'S SEWING MACHINES.
I WOULD HESPECTFUL1Y INFORM
the sowini; public that I am the solo authorized
Agent for the salo of the
TESTER'S I MPHtH'JBI) SHUTTLE ,
SEWING III A C HI IV E S ;
And belli? well ue. iiiun, tod villi ilKnicrilH, nud famil
iar with its operation, I teel vontidciil that thorn iu
want of such an article, will give it prefeiuuco over
all olhers now before tho public.
1 deem it umicccHHury to ennmeralo all itnndvan.
taucH, as tlinae who may wish to parclutsu will pruha
bly prefer to sntisiy themselves by personal inspec
tion, nliich tbey mav do by culling at
No. ' Wrst Fourth Htrecr.
CWPereons piirclmBitig Leater's bowing Hachlno
will rucoive practical intnictiotis upon tboni Iroo of
charge. All machines warranted.
WIf.I.IAIiI I.APliAW, Agent.
No, 92 West Konrtu street, directl
jylfi-tf-t Opposito Post Offlco.
I believe I make the best lock-stKch Sowing Ma
ehinea, In the world, If tho purchaser does not think
o after six months trial, I will refund you the
Price of Maohinos-t .
OFFinr, AND EAtiC ItOOWS-Dlroctly on the
Northwest corner Main and Fourth streets, evor
Uwou's Jewoiry estnljlislimeiit. , ..
1HTA11 kinds of iewinff-Macliinea repaired, aud
lislit niiieliinery mauiit'aeliirerl, nt the eactory, 167
Walnut-street, corner Wiilnut nnd Filth,
Kv AHouHwauted in oilier citu1! t'isell myftow-
InK-M'u-hiuoa. Addn'id, 1'
IJVA.NS, Jr., Cinrin-
wo Tlirviidcd Double Lock Tioht Siltcli
F.0IILV si;ra; iici!iE.
ALSO THE VERNON
gameHHtch, twosiws, price ?:i.1,OII aud $ tit. Oft,
The very latest invention and tliomoHt iinleb's.i and
perlect i iiminn' machliie extant The above n.uncd
niar.biiies aiaku the s:uue alitcli, eiiually as veil as
hiither (,-lcwl ones, tin thuse uiiicliiiii'i we apply the
only llciiiiiior lli-it will tnrii any wll'h cd' lumi--it is
Ibeoidv one In I tin market lli.it is ndjirsUMoto tuld
any idili !' hem, Willi any iliickio of el.dli.
I'l-rmus rej.idi'H In tl:n ooniitry wisliino; sitniplei,
or liifniiiia'.imi, by Inclosing 3o, slump, vill receive
pruiitpt u 1 1 flit i. -vi-
Lucal a:.fioit. wauled iu all tho elos nud tuivnain
Ohio. Addiess S. A. JKNIiiS, Agent,
I. i. Uox ir.ln; '
Orcalt at I'e.in Kwirt's Watch. and Joweliy ftore,
IM Main utnul, 'J1 door above I'uurlli, Ci.'ii;liu,ulL
Ohio. jyis-amt ..
E, HOWE. Jr., Patentee of the original Sowing
FOU FA.1III.V USB AND MANUFArTUR-
The Family Mar.lilnce are well adapted or Islb.rs'
te, or sailer I'll line. Howe's Cylinder Miu-lnneii,
for nil lenllicr ntitrbing, heve dlwnrsliebl a reputa.
tlon far al'.jve any other. Tin public a redes hod to
exiunluo, mid purebnee tvliere bott suited.
A. T. JACKSKN, A eiir.
Nn, I'J West Fourth street, In ti t'rai. ken's Knr
ibliltif: store, tlilicSuuali.O. tnyti
No, li7 Kat Front HI wt,brt, l'iko hiiJ Butlfr-flt'o,
HAVIXfl FITTKD UP THE PREMISES
with llio must improved kind of machinery, I
am prepared to furnish, nt amort notice, all kinds of
Kuuhc and Kteniiilniat, Carpi nteritnd Joiner's work.
Hash, HllndK, Honrs, Frames and Moldlnipi, of all
ieat-rlptiin. SuMiiuboat l,iiiiilier, Weathor-liourd-nir.
HhhiKlm.Hidiiw, Flooriug,iS:c.,k';pt constitiitly
on baud. Particular attenl ion paid to planlne, rip
pine nnd .croll sawhiK. Ili.avy frit in I n lumber can
I-- plniH d mid trued in f( e loiiK,iiiid.".ijliii:hos wide.
l'..-.ilianlioiit to build, will iiud it In I heir tclvall
laga In tlvo mini ,1. WW. JO lit,.
"''tr'J'I!1 , . Proprietor.
Puro, Still & Sparlding Wfcics,
Has reniovril his WISltl C'RUiAIt to Ho. 1 II Q A Ji
ll ON D UTIlBK'r abort Third street. jyu
.. . i r. .'. )'. ...
TEA PO .Tj.
SELF - 8EALIXG :
Tbo beat now in nao and all propared for Sealing, u.
Ths sreetnu Invention yet tTery bouse-keo
t AUTHTJR.'BUrtNlUM A OILI10T, '
' ManlifactuTPM of Patent Articles,
WTrade Depot.for.tliii West, ,
ii Kast Pearl street, Clnolnuatl.
JOSEl'H It, nilEEX, Arnt.
ftf'eml for a trade Oirerlar. - au
' ' '"Wl, B. i 0 P O P, '
foraeriyo!Httll,'lDortdi()o.ilu Uiivu'.lV Vis t
tsn'Aonjnri! or tn. '
Fire a wd ilmpiuv PieruM
8. W. Cttvucr-of Vine a Heeuuri .strttte.
This is the most rellahti KTttKf AND tiUKOLA'
PKOOK HATTB that Is made In the United SUtes.eiiu
is warranted perlwtlv free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and In nf better workmanship than
oan be found Hisewliiire. ..
We havo a large assortment on hand, and are ft
ceruiineu to api I at prices that cunnnt inn to ploaae.
Token in exchange. HE0OND-HAND SAFES al
ways on hand at extremely low prices, 97
SaltoustaUS Fire aud Hater Proof,
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC
COATING FOR ROOFS.
TIie Cheapest and most durable
'Coating for Metal floors, or ny Iron Work ex
posed In use, . Warranted to withstand tho aovorest
U-st of Ileal., Cold, Rain, or Sulphuric Acid, and ro
main perfectly impervious to Water. It will not
melt, crack, wash orsoale off. For now, old, leaky
metal roofs, ot for canvas roofs, it is 611 pur cent,
choaper than any otliercnatlng. All orders accom
panied with the canli or satisfactory references, will
lie promptly filled, in any unsold territory South and
West of New York nnd f onnsylvnnia. For further
Information, apply to . .
F. ROTS k CO.,
"' Pole Proprietors and Manufacturers,
je7-t J32 WestSocond street, Cincinnati, Ohio. .
HOOFING! UOOFlNft !
THE OUTCAST ELASTIC ME.
TAttIC HODFING" is offered to tlm pnbllo
as the hSHt and cheapest Metal Hoof now used, its
merits tested by an oiporince of years in this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
buildings. No solder used -fastened securely with
ont exposure to the action of the elements.
Prepared Kheiits, boxud forshlpmcnt to any part of
the llntted Mates, can bo applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Ordiirs promptly Ailed,
' ,. . , OALPWEtl, A 01),
jyld-tf " ' '". . ins West Hecond street.
Kerrell's Blackberry Anodyne.
flllUS MEDICINE IS OFFERED TO TIIE
JL pulilic asoneoftlieliOKt, ifnnt the Ten' best med
lcinoili.it has evor been invented fur DiAmntnA, Uys.
KSTfav. CiioiF.nA iHt'ANiuM, and all other durimco.
montsof tho Htouuich and DlgCHtiro Organs, wlu'ch
Are eo prevalant and fatal 'in our country corrects
the deranged ctuidilicu of tho Liver; allais Nervous
Irritalions, such u is caused by loetUiiig, glvoi
tone aud healthy action to the bowels, and withal, is
pleasant to take. . .iy23-bmt .
HUME'S'"'."" : ' '
WITH INGTOlM- BEER.
flllllS CELEBRATED J5EER, INTRO
M. II DC Wll by tho uudorsigncil, a few montlia
since, for the first tlmo In this city. Is rapidly siipor
reditu! in use nil otliors. Its popularity Is ciiuiil to
Musty Alu, which can only be procured genuine at
the Muty Ala Oottase, No. 1U1 Jluin-etrcut, botwecu
Third and bourlli-Btioots.
. Hume's Ladies' Alo,
Superior to am- In use, either domestic or imported,
for ladios who are riursinR, and their babes The
proportion of 'this Ale are highly tonic and Invigora
ting, aud is particularly recommended by tho Fac
ulty. THE MANY IMITATORS
Of IIUMK'S- 1IU6TV AlE, Have, one by ono, closed
their doors, or had them closed by the Sheriff, and
thenPdnrsgnod Hlllglve Fifty Dollars boutts, t auy
Individual who will produce asincle glaseof Mnaty
Alo, Wltliington Beer( or Hume's I.adiea' Ala, nt any
otherestalilinhnupt tbun the Mint AleCotluge.
lly stock of the original ninl only gonnlns Slusrj,
Cbainpaisnc, Bitter Old A labor, and other choice
brands of Ales, and also Pur 'r and Brown Stunt,
comprising -lu all about HKV .4 HUNiHiKO UAB
ULa,is uiiciiualudiu the Uuiju,
aul7-tf J. B. mmiB;
CiUSOOW AS!))vMW YOkK
STEAM TO GUSuO ,IVEftP(MiL, HKLF A!l,
1 DUflLIN AN LDNUOSDBKltY
moat iw wait.
Glnsw, ThiniiTOii, Wednesday, Aug. a.ar 1 uneii
KiliulurThiOiiinrulng.,Wediit-iiay, June I, " ,
(;liisaiiv, I hoiimou " JulvB, "
Edinburgh. t'liiurulnii.! : ' "' -- J uly 27
' '" tuo siasuowi , - .,
EdiabnrBhj Oammlng ..Satnulay, Jlaj 7. '
(.IiihUOW, Tliouison...Wedne.d!iy, Jul) 27: ' '
Ediuliurwli, Onmmliig,.. ". ..Julys.
Bntesof Passage from New Vi.rk, PlnladelpbiaT
llostoii, to Olasgow. Liverpool, Belfast. Uiildiu or
Loudoiiderry, first cIksii, sjyj.l. Ktovruge, found v.nl.
an abundance of properly-cooked provisions, $.'!().
An exporinnced aiirgeuii attoohofl to each steamer,
oonbarge fur uicdiciiiea. .
For Freight or Passage, apply to ' - '
apM BOBSKT OKAIO. 17 ilnda.
g T tl U W fx T II TJ! W T W II
i-'JDi P1ASTEU8.- These Plnstora are eTCL-llenl
roiiioi :o In cases of pain and weaknena in the tiite,
brensi. or back ; alio, In rheumatic utluctions.cotmhs,
sathuia.'prttlns, bruisea, and kidney or spinal nffee
tlons, The Arnica, Galbunuut, Pitch, Poor elan's
Hid Hemlock riailers,ara man iifaclured of various
sizes, on kid or cloth, and Poor Sinn's on paper, by 8.
A. GRIFFITH, and supplied to ilualers and drnggieti
on as good terms as any manufacturers In the 0.8,(9)
LAIMEH-IF YOU WISH A GOOD DOU-Uo-Threndcd
Family Sewing Machlnoj which
for practical use can not be snrpaSsed, call at No. 9
Carlisle Building, second atory, corner Four I h and
Wnlnnt.and see,'Novnlty,"llruen,sI'atoiit, the only
Machine that can be used with either a single ordnu
blethrend. It is the best Machine made, and never
breaks needles. Call and see it. or send for a Circular
tpdtjieclnien of work, IT. H. COLEMAH,
Sole Agent for the Weal and aoutli-wost.
No. Hi) Main-street, lieluw Fourth.
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OP BAR, SHEET,
and Boiler Iron, Plow Slabs, Ilailroad Spikes,
Etc., Also, Agents for the sale of lronton Star Nails.
Warqroomi No. 19 East Second Street, Cincinnati.
W" All kinds Iron made to order. Im
LANE It BO DLEY,
- slANOFAOIUMItg 0 .
!; ."- AND CIRCTJLAIl SAW MILLS, i
Corner John nod Water ts.,Oineiunnti,0. ',
drr;b: eiirman & w. a leech.
OFFICB NO. 4 8KVKNTU - BTBRET.
Olllrw lionrs from A.M., 1 to 3, and 7 to", P. Jl.
Jygl rm ' .
WILLIAM H." BALDAVINATTOENET
and Oeunsellor at I, aw. (IhasA'a lluildlnff
Third street, J doors East of Main 17t
Incorporated 181,0. Charter IV rpptiial
Agency emnnitarren irt inrinnati in ISJfl, a.
tpdatiiig nil present local Iiisnuince l)oiii.iini.ja and
Agoncios in tho Insiiranee bueii s.s in this i it v.
yours constii.it duty hern, crnublin-d with wimlth, ox
pet lonce, enterprise nnd hberality, I'apnrfnMv com
mend the ETK A'liisiiranre l'nnip.niy 10 the favor
blu patrouaire of this coMinuiiiiv standing solitaiy
andalnno tho sole survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati uuib rwi Itersnl
Cash Capital 1 000,000.
iLnaiii ,tiu . ..I, i...iu..u.n .. ...... .
inno'iuiiiD rtlSJ. UllliriinS. V, 1 1 tl A - -
SUUPIU! Ol' ; l,o;Jt,4'3 Ht.
And the (fellge of in y- nrsMim sand experience
INVKriTSlKNTH IIP -.
Over $109.01)9 in. Ohio Seciirilics.
I'l WAR IM Ofl.'.J,00'MI0!l. l.ttlT;H
flfivo boen paid by the illiiii. Iiu-uruuce (Joinciny la
'' ' lhepnt 10 vear. '
Flrn ondIiilaii-4 NiivIii;Iii. Hlslts iiernp'e,!
at tonus coiHirfivtit v. itli eoiveio-y nnd tair profits. '
Kapecial attelitinn givm lo l.iruralive of llwidli- gj
and Contetits, for tornis f 1 to .'l ycurs.
Application rnnde t,( ntiy d,,iv mtliorj7"d Asrtt
fironit lly alt- llded tl'. liy strict a- initiou 10 a Irijit
inale Insiirori. e ini.-ni-nii, this :..mpanv is enald.-d
tootlei b,thiiidoin:il:v tl.i-ihe imet and seuu. itv fur
the future. I'nl i.-i.-. l-su il nl tdoleyliy
J A. . t'AHTKIt, Agent. No. 40 ll.iinalreet.
A. F. PM'lIll, ssislaut Agent.
II. K. L'MisKV, Atent in Vita, strvot. -
J.J. hOOMfilt. Agont. I'ullon, I7lh Vurd. una
T II Pv E E SOV BTfl Ts
PROFITS OF THE BUSINESS
. . PIVIBIP ANNCAIilY ; . ,
to ' ' ; .;.
18 WALL STREET, BBW YORK, o" ;if.l
CASH CAPITAI........'.......!...:......830ff,000 00
AS1ETM, July 1, JS.TO.. 009,S1 84
liiABiLiTiiss ..., ...1... . i,3i ar
THE ATTENTION OF TIIE COMMU
NITY Is retpoctrully called to the following
features in connection Willi this Company:
Kibst lly injuring In this Company, tlio oilvnnt.
nges of a Mutual lnbiiraiie.e Com prmy are obtained,
with i lie additional udvniitn'go iiftonled in theseourity
given by an ample ami reliable Cash ('ipilal a fea
ture not presented l.y ordinary Mtitunl Fire Insnraneo'
t.'otnpanies. The. divhloud-i to custoniei'ii, already de
clared, aroos follovvn: . .- .
First Divlson to Pollcjr-lloldere, lSW, MS pit cent.
Soeond do, ' do. do. - K's, o .':,.
Third i do. ; . do. do.. leW. M :. "
Sepond The securltr given, which Is 'already large,
will constantly Increase with each year. of succetuiiut
operations. This is exhibited elcarh In the follow.
lug statement, showing the poailiod of tho Company
In ench rear since the new Hyatom was adopted.
July, 1AM, Net Assets uf the Company, $.".7,M1 IT
:' ls.'o, " " " f.l!l,71'. .11
" 1W, - -. Mi - . ... T.'-I.HW .r2
" IS.'), Onus Assols, " ...... turi.t'ifl
" Liabilities ..,..,. ls,hil 37
Tihrtn The insured Incur no liability whatever,
and rlie.ipness. UEII. T. Iltil'Il, Prcaidoiit.
II. II. Lamport, fiecn tury.
Cvnt's I'kcK, Aiisishmi S-.oretaiy. ' ' '. i .
, SAM'L E. MACK & Co., Agents,
,., ., '' 35 rVeitt ThlrtlfStrect, C'iiii'lumal.
" iin?.i-aiul -,
TO HOUSE KEEPERS.
Iitiporiunt Bibs pro. eieicnt!
WEIGHS ONliY 5 LB5I MASITAOTUJIED,
WHOLES AIi B AND IiKTAlL, BY
jy21-am " Sve.anioro street, below fifth.
IEAf,IVS AT1LT. -
mr sr.. --.-v.lfl,
ii. J. J p.; )
t -..;i: T. J
i a- TTm ' '"' u'-T
L -JH 'r 7--i1t"- ;
Tun MosTr:i.iAP.f,r; I'ire and
BllKf.LAII P!!0OFA?'i:3 -They liavo given
tnnre aatisfscrion tlmo any "tlier now in un.
We offer a rowiud of tl.N K rtlfllHAMI Urtl,
f.AHS to any person that can, up to rho present
time, shows .liij-'le iiistnnce wherein they liuve failed
to preserve their contents.
With Ibis SAKK we clmllenee all competition, ns
beiiitlih best Fire Pi-oof. Ilurghir Proof, or-Fire
nnd Burclur Proof now mndv; mid nro willing to
teat with any establisluneMt in the Union, itrid the
pae y falling first, to forfeit to the other, thp sum
. Vt'enre prepared tu rrimlsh a betlergnfe, and t less
cost, than a..y other pmnufactnrer In the Hulled
rltules. " " - - v.. .
Serunil.baiid Hifea of other -makers, ol ai on hand.
Werespeetfully invite ttie piildie to cnll and exam-'
ins our lines. Iwt'ore purchasi ig idsa-hsn
HALL, !Mtl:OI,I, Si CO., '
snslJ-ayf Nos. irmnd 17 Kast tloluniliin street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY, FLUX,
Cholera, Bilions Clxolic and. .' .
AIL PAIXS IN -THE 8T0MACU & JSOWELS,"
made by GEO. S. LIGHT, ,
WH0IJ8AX DBUOOIST, CINOIKNATI, '
FIJIl BALK BY JonN D, PAHK, RUIltlj. ECK
STINK As CO., and DriiBglsts generally. Onlor left
nt Williamson A liATk'lELB, plo. si Walnut street
will be attended to, aul3-lnovl
I. X. L.
M TJ IS T". 3R. X :
AFTEK MANY YEARS OF PRACTICAL
experience in tho art of Mustard-malting, tbo
prnprietcira oiler tho above brand of Mustard to the
fulillc, guaranteeing itastri..tly pure nrtick-, uianu
aclured from the best quality of seed, carefully ar.
Inctedwlth the design of producing n .Vustard SlIl'K
HIOU IN FLAVtiil AND rt'iVaKNCY TO ANY
NOW IN USE. We hnvo no hesitation In saying
tbnt all lovera of good Miisuird will bud the I. X. L,
to be that which tbeysofreijusntly fail to obtain, -
MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTARD.
sWOrdore promptly tiled.
;,. i HAUniSON WILSOIT, '"
J eJa ' ' 09 and ltll Wiilnnt-HtTf ft. i
Composition Eoofing. '
- i ,
rBIIE undersigned la nteriared to pat on a
JL Composition Hoof of tut best quality at Bhort
""unrein J 4 71. Bruco's Oarrtairja Repository, cor
ner Third and Vino. . "
Hr llooliug material constantly on hand, nnd for
sale. (j)-27-3mJ J, II. NOULK.
JUNE 20. 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
TTOUIl PAltY- TRAINS LEAVE THB
Jl- Biilb-Btreet Depot.- i' ' '
Tntiw run through to Iniliannpolls, Lima, San
dusky and J'leveiand without change of ears.
ThroiiNh Tickets for all Kastcru, WOfcteru, North.
cm 'and north-western cities.
(i A. :h E.Vl'U liH?4 T1IAIV (Wnmbns llm,
which Ik seven minutes faster iban Cincinnati) For
Cleveland and Pittsburg, via lielawai-e, makes close
conni rlioii lit Lfi-sllini' fur Pilisliurg. llaltlmore.
Miilndeiphln nnd New York: ami at Cleveland fop
Uiinkirk, ItiiBalo, Bostou nnd Hew York. Also, con
tex ts at Dayton with Ibiytoti nnd Michigan Koud for
Troy, I'iqim, riidnev, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Kors
W.ivuoiind t'bicago, resulting Titb'do at ;i:.lu. Detroit
at 6:011, nnd Clih iiKo at 7tVU P. M., tiuincy nnd Galena
at 7 A. M. Also, nt D.iyton with (Irei'iivillcttiid SlUiui -lluiid,
fyr Cirennvllln, Vniou, Winchester end Jlun
de. Ahso, couuects at hK-lnnoitd with Indiuun Cen
tral liond.for iiidiiinapolis l.itleyetla.Chirago.Terto
lliuito, i-t. Louts, nud nil Wcslern cities. Also, nt
lliclimond wilh iuclmuiti nud t-liicngo Koad, for '
A utk-r fit. Kokomo iiiol IVin. Alsi. connects with
Jmi. tion llillhoadiil. UuuilUi.n for Osl'-.rd,
iH,A, ll, .11 A 1.1, TltAIN.-F.ir D-iyb'n.Sprlnir-flMd
aii-l yuudiiaky. Conuec's nt Saiidht-ky with
BTIiAilKtt forDIiTIUIlT:nt UltUAXAforCnLUm- '
111)3: et rorjrttv.ilb.l ittaburg, fort V aynenudClii- ,
ciigoftind, Kist und West) at Civile with Oi and To- -
leilo Cond lor.Clt.vell.nd nnd nuFliiln I'ldedn. Iletrolt- -
!imd Clili agn. This train ah- connecis at DkLA- i
niih the ' J (V.. tiO. itohd for Clovelaud ami : j
indnlK iia- i', uirocoiiiivcts at Hamilton with Junction-
Katlioail fr Oxford. ... .-,.
1 4iMit V. H, 'I UA!N-F,r Pnvton. Ppringflcld
and Mindiiakr (iiiiii.rts at yrest-witli Piitibnrg, . .
'orr Xt a m and Cbios- o Itoadi Heat and Wast) at :
V1)'"' '.vii'i i-.iindToiidn it ml lor Cleveland angBuf.
falo, T..l..i'', lJefrdl and Chicaxo, Also, connects at
llicliiu.'iiil for liuliaiMpoliH, lrre Haute, Bi. Looia
and Clibtign. A'so, m iiiieiits Wilis Junction Ballroad -
tl liiil!i..n feri'xfi.rd.
ti P. .11. THAI.y-Knr Dnyton. Troy, Pbiua, Bid- .
ney, Lima, 'loloilo, Dettuit, Port Wayne nud Chi.
oug.i. reaching Chicagn at 8 A. 51. - 1 '
W-The li ami h AM. tmius connect at Cloveland ' "
with steamers for lluiralo. '
For fiirt lier Informaiion and Tickets, apply at the-
Ticket oltiiies-north-east corner Front and Broail.
way; No. loll Walnut-street, n-ar Olbanii House; at ''
the new Th ket Ollico, in tbo west side cf Vine-street,
between l'ostolllce and Rnrnet House; at the Walnu'
Streei liouao, or ut the Sixth-street Depot.
aula .- ,. P. ile L A It H N , S iipurln ten den t. .
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
-Four Ti-aiiiS' Daily. '. ' ;
THUEB TllROUtlH EXPRESS THAINS.
First Ttuln No. 1 ICxprosi, air, A. Jl.,connectivla
Coin mints 'ind (ievoland, via l oluiiilius, Crestline and
1'ittiiburKh, via Coluti bus, Stoubc-nville nud Pltts
buiKli, DetroitvinClcvt'iaiidaiidstenmer. This Train
slops, between Cincinnati and Columbus, at Love- .'
land, Iieurtield, liorBow, Xeula, Cedsrville, South
Charleston, fjoudon and West Jefferson.
Second Tiaiii No. 2 Kxpress.at o:30A. M. , connect
via Coliinibiis, Ilollair and lienwood; Wheeling; via
Columbus, titiinbcuvlllcand I'iitslmig: viaOoluinbus,
Creatlino aud l'lttsburg: via t'oltimbua nud Clove- . '
land; Detroit, via, Cleveland and steamer: W bit Sul- -
phur Ktution, via HprituiDehl. This Train stops be
twuen citicinuuti and Columbus, at PJainville,. Mil- ,
ford, niiiiiiiiville, LoVelaud, Decrflold, llorrcw, Cor-
win, Soring Valley, Xeuiaand London. - ... ..
Third Train Accommodation,, at 4:10 P. M., for
Uolunibns and Springtiehl. (i.'l ' J
Fourth Train Kight Express, at ll;3fl P; M.; con
neeta VinQoluutbus, llelliiir aud Benwnod; Wheeling,
via, Columbus, Hteubenvlllo and Pittsburg; via Co- ;..c
liimMt.1, Crestline and I'lllsburg: via Columbus anr)
Cloveland.1 Tula train steps at Lovoland, Morrow. '
Corwlii, Xenla and London. HLKill'lNQ CAES ON -
TI1ISTI1AIN. - i .... . "
o. 1 Kxpte.8, through to Clovdlandwlthontchang,
of cars. a . .., It
-Ko.2Express,lhrdngh to Whoollngwltfiont cBg"
of can. ...
The NI07IT EXPBK8H Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:30 P. M runs daily, except HA'i'L'llDAYH. Xho
ether Trains rim daily exiopt SUNDAYS.
For all iuroiniatlon, nud fhrouch Ticket to Bos- :
ton, New York, Philadelphia, ltnltimnre, Washing-
tfin,, lluirnlo, Niagara FnllB. Ilitnkirk, Olevoland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and nil the Eastern places,
apply ut tho Olliccs, Walnut btreet House, Mo. i ",ir.
not Uonso, soiilh-east corm rof 1! roadway and Frost
streets, and at the Ifraloru Depnt. I ,-. , i,.
Tniiii run by Columbus time, which Is seven mln-
utes faster than Cincinnati tinio,
J. DtJBAND. Sup't. '
Omnilrnsescnll forpassongen by-leaving dlroction . '.
at tho Ticket Olliccs. i : - my 17 ,
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST,
AND THE NORTHWEST, VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
Chicago. . i . i.
Three PassongnrTrainsleaveClnolnnatldally, firorn
the foot of Mill and Frout streets.
r:V) A.M. Chicago Mail arrivosat Indiarrcnolls at '
10:30 A . M.j Oliicago at 7:ti. V. M. This trfln eon
nor ts with nil night trail's aa t of .Chicago, for the
Wtat and North-wmt.-, r .
liuo M. Terre Haute and Luyfuyatto Accoo'mnda-'
tlon arrives nt ltidianiipolis, ut fc.X) P. H making
direct counectinns at Indianapolis with Terre Haute
Tialna 'and Indlannpolis uud Lalayetto tr'ifns for j
Deuatur, Hpringllelil, Naples, Onlm y. Hannibal and :
St. .loHoph; abo with, Peru trains for Pent, Ft.Waynp' '
fern P. M .Chicago Expi ess n ri Ives at Indlnnapoll
10:30 P. M. Chicago ttl 7:10 A". Jl. Making eleso
connections nt Chicago wllh all morn lug trains out
Chicago. This truin coul 30.I9 nt Indlannpolis
with Torre Haute trains for all rolnts West and -Northwest.
Sleeping cars are attached tc all the night trains '"
Ibis line, and run thiough to Chicago without
change of curs. ' ,
This Is exclusively n W ester n and rforth-western
route, and with favorable and I jlinble arrangements
'with all connect!" roads thiongh.int the entire' '
West, guarantees unusual care and tho amplest ac
commodations to the nations cl this lino.
aval" Ho sure yon are in t lie rig'-it ticket office before1
yen purchoMo your tickets, an J ask for tickets via '
Laarcncehurg and Indianapolis.
Ka- c the same as by any other route. Kaggag
Tkod through. "
Til III H i; H TK'KIITII, gord ittitfl used, ran be ob
tain d at the ticket odicos, ut Hpneer House Corner,
norlli-ciint comer lliosdwnv ac l Front; N'o, 1 Bur
not Howe Corner; at Ihr Waln'it-stveet House, nnd ..
l Dopo'i Wllro, foot of Alill, on Frou strpot, whore ,
nocf-Bsarv Information may-bo. had. . ,-
(lniiilbnsses rnn to nnd from la'h l.'uln, and w
call fo, rropiier.rB at nil betels apd alt ports Of tha '
fdty, bj lodvhig ad;lrcas at eil hoi oiflce. , ,."
'.:::.. W. II. L. NOBLH, ' ' "
mplli " Oeneral Ticket Agent. '
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
Great. Through Routo for
IK DIANA P0LT8,
TKBRR IIAI7TK, ' ... ....'
5T. L0HI8. - - v .. .,', .
LA FA YE nil,
,, i i , , , OBI(!A0,
. 'ti , . PKBO.
' ' ' ITORT WATSIH.-
TWO DAI t YTnitOUGII TRAINS leaveSiith street '
uepox. ai e r. ni. ana ,:jw r. ei.
n A.'H.INfIArlAP(U,I8, 81 .. LOUIS; O'rIlOA- '
GO FAST RXPHKSH.-Thrungh.iirect.iiiahiugclcam '
counectieiia for nllother We.teruand Norvb-vestern"'"
points. This Train also connects nt ltieliinoii l with '
fJinci niiati and Chicago Heads, for Anderson, Koko.
mo. Uijiumnort and all points on Wnbasl: Vallet
ltaflro:i( '-P i ., .- ..'.
4:30 P. M.-'ISIiIArlaPOM". tintUAOU BT.'I
LOI'ISSICHT KX PItKsj.s. The above Trains make
eonuections at Indianapolis, LnfayotteandChi
rago, with TraiiiB for Terre lliiulo, Fpriiigneid, liock
Idnnd, (inleshtirg, Koiii-slis, La Crosse, Jacksonville,,.
Danville, llurliugton, Milwaukee, Matt.mii, Naples, "
Galena. Quincy, Prairie du Chleii, Pann, Pe,ria,
Dimli-ilh, Ita.ine, Hecalur, Hlonxingtoii, Jollet, La
Sal lo, St. Paul, and all towns aud cities in the North
WVTli rough Tioksts given sn-V Baggngo chocked
through. " '1 n
For further Information and Tlirongh Tickets, au'.
ply to Ticket Offlc,ca;novtli-oast comer ol front aud ,
llroadwsy; No. 109 Wnlnnt street, near Fourth; at .
south-east comer or Fourth and Vine street, or a4
the Bixth-street Depot. . . - I '
D. 91. II0R110W, Snperlntendent.
Oninlbuaog will call for passengers by leaving their
utmcs at either of tbo Ticket Offices., i
lid W H. RM1T1I. Agint.
O AN D Y
(Huoceasor to Mvxm 4 Co,) . 1 :" ' " lr wl
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Manufacturers aad Wholesale Dealer.
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIN STBEET, . CISrCIMNATI
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At 86 ;West Fifth Bt.tn
linn constantly an hand l,nrgo Variety of
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, CHINA,
Fishing Jackie, Military Goods, etc.,
WnOLESALB AND RETAIL, ,
AT VERY. LOW PRICES),