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SIX CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE
PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
NO NIGHT THERE.
No night shall be In Heaven no fathering gloom .
Shall o'er tu.nl glorious landscape ver conic;
No tears shall ever fall la sadness o'er thoiie floorers
That breathe their lragrsnco through celestial
bowers. ,., r ....... -
No nigbt shall be in heaven-no dreadfnl hour
Of mental darknwsj or the tempter's power.
Across those skies no envious cloud shall roll ;
To dim the sunlight of tho enraptured soul.
Tfo night nhall be in HesreoJ Forbid to sleep ;.
Those eyes no more their moninfiu vigils keep;
Their fouuiains dried, their tears all wlpu away, '
They gate undasahid on eternal day.
Wo nigbt shall be in neavon-no sorrows reign
Mo M :ret anguish-no eorporeal pain;
M.j shiieriua limbs-no burning fever there-r
Hosoui'seclipse no winter of despair.
Mn night shall to in Hoaveu.but endless noon
Ifo fast declining sun, or waning moon j
Hut tliere the Imhu shall yield perpetual light,
' Jlid pastures green aatl wutcn oyer bright.
Mo nisht shall be In Heaven, no darkened room
Mo bed of death nor silence of tlio tomb;
Hut breezes, ever fresh with love and truth,
Shall brace the frame with an Immortal youth.
Mo nleht Bliall be in Heaven. But night ia HZM
The night of sorrow ami the night uf fear,
I mourn the ills that uowmy steps attend,
And shrink from others that may jot impend.
Mo sight shall be in Heaven. 0 had T frtith
To rest in what the faithful wltno.u salth
That faith should make tlioso hideous phantoms flee,
And leave no night, henceforth, on earth to mo.
One beautiful summer's afternoon I, in
company with my wife and child a little
prattling fellow of eiz summers started
out for a walk. A li'.tle dog that was
very much attached to the child, persisted
in following us. Twice i had driven him
hack; the last time, as I thought, effec
tually. The afternoon was very fine, and
as 1 slowly followed the serpent-like wind
ings of the railroad, conversation very
naturally turned to the scenes and little
incidents of our walk. The gayly plumed
songsters, the chattering squirrel, and the
hamming pee, all conspired to take our
attention. ' "" .
" Becoming' 'wearied, at length wo eat
oursolves down on a grassy knoll by the
tiida ot the railroad, about two hundred
,yads below where a sharp angle occurs,
lii'lin; it from view. Our little boy was
ii nrlier up on the. bank, busily' plucking
the blue-hells and dandelions, that grew
in profusion, around, and .wo soon lost
ttiisht of him altogether.. '
My wife was engaged in perusing a
..py of "Baxter's Saint's Rest," while I i
had cast myself on the grass beside her,
unwrapped in the beauty of the landscape
spread to view.. , There a field of tasscling
.orn gently waved to and fro,' while here
and ' there a field of sweet-scented
clover shed its grateful fragrance on the
air. "i'was like some enchanted bower
the silence broken only by the tinkling of
sheeps' bells, or the lowing of kine, as
they peacefully grazed the distant pasture,
f was thinking of the infinite wisdom and
goodness "of the Great Creator, in thus
- making earth so beautiful for poor sinful
iwiu, and how thousands are swept away
from its charms forever and forgotten,
1 when 1 was aroused from my reverie by
the shrill whistle of the approaching
train ; instinctively I tamed to look for
little Harry, when a quick exclamation
from my wife caused me to turn.
She was pale as death. . "William, look
at our child," she faintly whispered. I
did so ; and my God ! who can tell the
agony that wrung my heart at that instant!
Th o little recreant had wandered up the
track unheeded, and sat himself down on
; one of the oaken sleepers to cull his
flowers, jnst below the curve, unconscious
. of the death that hovered near him.
1 started up the track toward him,
beckoning him to come to mo as I ad
vanced. Instead of doing so, he appre
hended some playful sport, commenced
running directly on the track, and laugh
ing gleefully as he went The smoke
from the advancing engine was at this
instant distinctively visible; it was not
possible that I could overtake him in
time to save him from that cruel death.
As it was, I was but hurrying him on to
his doom. No, it was evident my efforts
could be of no avail. I breathed a prayer
, , to Him on high, and staggered back.
At this moment the sharp bark of a dog
broke upon my ear. With one gleeful
bound our boy oleared the tract and
grasped the little woolly intruder in his
The train rushed round the curve with
a whizzing sound. The iron monster
was cheated- of his prey. I am an old
man, but I liiust confess that as I once
more held our little truant in my arms,
safe, the tear of gratitude started to my
eye, The little, dog had pcrseveringly fol
lowed the child unseen, to be the means
of saving his life. Blind, blind, indeed,
is he who could not see the finger of God
A Sweet Voice.
A sweet voice is indispensable to a
. . r j i .i . i t 1 ....
wuuinu : i uo not miidk i can describe it
It ia vtnf. innnnaUi-Anf wlt-U ntan .....inUn
- - ......... ... via ivuv tifciiJ,
but is often the gift of the gentle and un
obstrusive. Loudness or rapidity is in-
compatablo with it. It is low, but not
cuttar&l deliberate, butnotslow. Everv
syllable is distinctly heard, but they follow
oach other like drops from a fountain. It
is like the cooing of a dove, not shrill, nor
even clear, out uttered with that subdued
and touching readiness which every voice
assumes ia moments ot deep leeling or
tenderness. It is a glorious gift in wo-
man I Bhould be won by it more than
Dy Deauty more oven than by talent,
were it possible to separate thein. But 1
never heard a deep, sweet voice from a
wean woman, iciscoe organ 01 strong
feelings and of thoughts which have lain
in the bosom till their sacredness almost
A Sweet Voice.--Willis.
J6TA story is told of a priest who, it
being Friday, had just helped himself to
a miuiootiiuuoH, vnin me rcmarK
"It is fast day with me. e-entTflmnn."
When a huge fellow, with red whiskers.
reached across the tablo, and cutting the
fish in two, forked over the half of it to
his own plate, with the remark
, "And.it's bad luck to the likes uv ye
do ye think that nobody lias a sow! to be
savea cutyerseu r
QrOne of the Western editors, speak
in? of a lnrce and fat cotemnorarv. re.
marled that if all flesh was grass, he
must d a looo. ot nay.
"I suspect I am, said the fat man
"from the way the asset are nibbling at
There is a class of persons in this world,
by no means small, whose prominent
peculiarity is whining. They whine be
cause they are poor, or if rioh, because
they have no health to enjoy their riohes;
they whine because they have "no luck,"
they whine beoauso it is too shiny ;
they whine because it is too rainy ;
and others' prosperity exceeds theirs; they
whine because some friends have died
and they are still living; they whine
because they havo aches and pains, and
have aches and pains because they whine,
and they whine no one can tell why.
Now, I would like to say a word to these
First, Stop whining. It is of to use
this everlasting complaining, fretting,
seolding,fault-findingand whining. Why,
you' are the most deluded set of creatures
thnt ever lived, Did you not know that
it is ft well-settled prinoiple of physiology
and common sonso, that these habits are
more exhaustive of nervous vitality than
almost any other violation of physiological
law? . And do you not know that lifo is
pretty much as you take it and make it ?
Yon can make it bright, sunshiny, or you
can make it dark, shadowy. This lifo is
meant only to be disciplinary to fit us
for a higher and purer state of being.
Then stop whining and fretting, and
"go on your way rejoicing."
Second, Sing the song of life cheerily.
Hark I Do you hear yoador bird Binging
joyously its merry carols, as it hops from
bough to bough in its native forest-home ?
Imitate it ! Take up your song of life,
using it joyously and bravely. Sing on,
though you fool it not. You are a miser
able, nervous, dyspectic, in wrong rela
tions to yourself and all God's universe,
and that s nil that ails you. Then stop
short, take up the song of life, and leave
off forever that whino of death.
"A merry heart doeth good like a medi
cine, but a broken spirit drieth up the
bones." Livo simply, cheerfully and
trustingly, and, by-and-by, your troubles
"will take to themselves wings nnd fly
away." You will gradually grow more
and more into harmony with the natural
order of things, and the bright light of
heaven will shine : pleasantly down into
your souls and baptize them into new life.
A Child's Faith.
In the Highlands of Scotland there is
mountain gorge twenty feet in width
and two hundred feet in depth. Its per
pendicular walls are baro of vegetation,
save in their crevices, in which grow
numerous wild flowers of rare beauty.
Desirous of obtaining specimens of these
mountain berries, some scientific tourist
once offered a H ighlnml boy a handsome
gift if he would consent to bo lowered
down the cliff by a rope, and would gather
little basketful of them. The boy looked
wistfully at tho money, for his parents
were poor; but when he gazed at the
yawning chasm, he shuddered, shrank
back and declined. Hut filial love was
strong within him, andafter anotherglanco
the gifts nnd at the terrible fissure, his
his heart grew strong, his eyes flashed,
and he said :
"I'll go if my father will hold the ropo!"
And then, with unshrinking nerves,
cheek unblanched,and heart lirmly strong,
he suffered his father to put tho rope
about hiin, lower him into the wild abyss,
and to suspend him there while ho filled
his little basket with the coveted flowers.
It was a daring deed, but his faith in the
strength of his father's arm, and the love
of his father's heart, cave him courage
and power to perform it
The Church AVbbrb Washington was
Baptized. The remains, Bays the Alex
andria Sentinel, of the old church in
which uoneral Washington was baptized
lie a few miles inland, and are almost
entirely hid to the passer-by with trees
and undergrowth. A few venerable look
ing oaks are probably the only living con
temporaries of its erection. About this
old church he the romains of the Hon.
Thomas Lee and other great men of nn
early period. Quantities ot broken bricks
and old morter are heaped indiscrimin
ately on all their monuments. I have
now one ot the nags that paved the aisle,
turned in.'& a grindstone, purchased at an
obscure sale some years since. Tradition
says that tho floor was torn up, as soon
as it was abandoned by the parson, by the
neighboring people, and used lor various
8It is a part of every man's duty to
give the weight of his influence to the
correction of every evil which infests
society, for the protection which it gives
us : it is a debt ; not to pay it, is dishon-
rpKUSTEE'S SA1E.-0N MONDAY,
- mo ikiii u:ij oi wpienioiT, a. l. livW, at the
rotunda in the Oiurt-house, io tbeclty oruincinimti,
at 12 o'clock M.of said day, I will sell at public auc
tion all the following-deHcrited nal totalis viz:
l. uuhi iiuuiuerea seven 171 ana elstit. m in mnira
number three rilipf plat B, in toe aiilidf vlalon ol the
estate of David R, Wiule. an recurilml in llm.lr
in, liwKt- mw, ui inn nt-cimis oi namuton county.
ii.wv6.'j memo vesi
ern Uanal or Plum-street, and running back the
same wuith otio hundred and fifty-six feet three
iucliefi to I'rovlilence-street.
2. All those bits of land situate In the city of Cin
cinnati, Hamilton Ouuuty, Ohio, anil beinc num
bered nintytwi), ninety-one (Ulj, ninety-two (!l2)nnd
ninety-three CJ.D, lu siiuare number fuur (4), ot the
subdivision of lots made by Uutchkim, Avery and
Cnrtir, recorded in Monk No. M, page CHI, of tho
Records of Hamilton County, Ohio, ami each of said
nit. iruumiK iwuniy-seven li'el, luaKlngiOH tcot
In all, on the south side of Monroe-street, aud ex
tending back on Darullel lines nirmtv rwil fam in ,.n
a. Also tneiouowmg, situate In Uincinnati, for-
luriv in Millcrrek Townilllill. in nr.tiin nnmln.-
nineteen. H(l in Towiisliin number thr.. nit., tin.
second fractional range in the Miami Purchase.being
sixty-three () feet and six Inches In front on the
norinoriy siuuoi tne uincinnati ana Harrison Turn
Dike Itoad. and rnnnintr thnnrji ruirtliMriv i'mii. hn.
dred feet, more or less, to tlio land of John Riddle,
tKB., bounded on the eant by alotufgroundconveyed
br Bernard and wife to John Hockney, November 3,
1M2, and on the west by a lut nuwor formerly belong
ing to Mark Atkins.
4. Also the fullowinr, situate in Cincinnati, Ham
ilton County, and State of Ohio, ami being lots num
bered twenty-three (23) and twen ty-funr,(24 ) in Wndo
& Dudley's addition or subdivision ortnts In said
city, as recorded in Book W, page 149, of the lliiinil.
wu .niiiir jtvinuun, sain iuib iweniy-mree izif anu
twenty-four ( '41 being on the south siile of Poplar
street, west of Western-row; ueinij each twenty-five
(2S) feet In front on the south side of Poplar-street,
and running back ia parallellinessoutu. one-half the
distance from Poplar to Oliver-street.
o. Also, tnoioiiowing In sjincumati, commencing
at a point on the south side of Clark-areot, one
hundred and twenty-three foot east of the Houth.
east corner of Clark and Kreemnn atrouts; thence
south at right angles to Clark-street, two hundred
and one feet; thence in an easterly direct ion twenty
eight (2s) feet; thence in a northerly direction and
parallel with said west lino at riulit angles to Clark
street, two hundred and ona feet to mark-street:
thence westerly on the south line of Olark -street,
twenty-eight (28) feot to the lieglnning; being lot
numbered thirty-nine (39) in G. W. Tucker's sub
division of the Cutter property, as recorded in book
number Klght () in the division among the heirs of
Beth Cutter, deceased.
. Also, the following lot, situate In Hamilton
County, and being lot numbered tlilrty-n ine on the
plat of subdivision of Avondale, in said county, as
recorded in Plat Book No. 1, page - of the records of
Title to all the above property good; tale peremp
tory; terms cash; being the same property conveyed
to the undersigned by deed of trust from The Cincin
nati aud Chicago Bailroad Company, July 1, IBM,
recorded in Book No. 204. 2W.
JOHN W. HEBRON, Trustee,
Collins 4 Hemoh , Att'js, US WsJnut-st. auiubgt
Cincinnati, Office 93 West Found street.
iV THOSE INTENDING TO PURCHASE,
" wo doslre a personal Investigation of the com
parative merits of theso Sowing Machines with all
others in tbt market,
aull ' PRANK II INBT, Agent.
G. C. KXIFFIN&CO.
DEALEBS IN . . t .
Ladd, Webster fc Co.'a,
(Late Hunt, Wetster A (Jo.'s.)
No. 6 West Fourth street, Cincinnati.
These Machines have been steadily advancing In
popular favor for the past year, and are now esteemed
by all rho have given them a trial as the "So Flna
Ultra" of Sewing machines. The evenness and reg
ularity, and tightness of stitch made by them, has,
morethan anything else, tended to this result. Added
to this is the undeniable fact of their simplicity and
ense of management, there bolng no band or cog
wheels, as In some Machines, or leather pads and
nrooked needles, as In others. They commend them
selves to the dress-maker by the regularity of the
feeding arrangement, which never puckers or tear
the work, by the uniformity of stitch alike on both
lidos of (lie fabric, by their nolselessnoss and rapidi
ty; to tho tailor by their great strength and durabili
ty, tightness of stitch and capacity for using linen
thread; to families, by the combination of all these
tualitiea. Bend lor a circular and sample of work.
KELSEY & CO.'S
Office-30 We&t Fourth-street,
WE ASK OP A DISCRIMINATING
public, in pursuit of a rotintilo Sewiug-Ma-chino,
the most riuid comr-iirlflnu of tho mtrite of
tli.-tut Jliii'hiiiMivitli nil others in the market. We
court It, being sure it will nmilt in our furor.
D. W. HARRINGTON & CO..
SINGEE'S SEWING MACHINES.
Prices Reduced to $50, 75, $110W $125.
Singer's New Family Sewlnn machine,
The price of which is only 8 A la a light andeleennt
ly decorated Machine, capable of performing, '.n the
boat style, all the sowing of a private family.
Singer's Trnnsverse Hhuttle Dliiclilne,
To be sold at tin, is a Machino entirely new in Its ar
rangement; it is very beautiful, moves rupMly aud
very aasilr, and, for family use anil light niannfiic
tuniiR puipnsM, Is the very best and cheapest Ala
chine ever offered to the public.
Sinner's No. 1 Stnndnrd Shuttle Machine,
Formerly sold at (136, but now reduced to Villi, is
known all over tho world. Kvery sort of work can
bo done with it.
Milliter's No, 'J Stnndnrd Shuttle Machine,
This in the favorite manufacturing Machine every
where Price, with table complete, V12S.
sOTSend for a Circular.
JAMES S KARDON,
Agent for J. M . Hlnger A Co.
No. S Kuxt Fourth street,
jcll-f UINUINNATI, OHIO.
LESTER'S SEWING MACHINES.
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
the sewing public that I am the sole uuthori.ed
Agent for the sale of the
LESTER'S IMPROVED SUTJTTXE
And being well acquainted with its merits, and mmil
lar with its operation. 1 feel aonlidont tlint those in
want of Buch an article, will give it preloreuce over
sll others now before the public.
I deem it unnecessary to enumerate all Its advan
tages, as those who may wiih to parchate will proba
bly prefer to Ratisfy themeolvoR by personal inspec
tion, which thoy may do liv calling at
No. Vt Went Fourth ntrert.
STPersons purchasing Lester's Bowing Machine
will receive practical instructions upon them free ot
charge. All machines warranted.
WILLIAM I.APIIA3I, A cent.
Ko. 92 West Fourth street, directly
jy26-tf-t Opposite Post Office.
I believe I make tho best Lock-stitch Sewing Ma
chines, In the world. If tbo purchaser does not think
so after six months trial, I will refund you the
SQO -AJSTZD SllO,
Price of Machines.
OFFinE AND 8ALR BOOMS-Directly on the
Northwest corner Mnin and Fourth streets, over
Uwen'a Jewelry establishment, .
WAll kinds of dewine-IIncliincs repaired, and
light machinery manufactured, at tlie i'actnry, 17
Walnut-street, corner Walnut ami Kilili.
ftS"Auenta wuuti-il in oilier cities to HI toy Sow-inK-Miiclilnes.
Addresj, 1". HV.VJW, Jr., Oincin
nali, 0. 1 un"!i
wo Threaded Double Lock Tieht Stiloh
ALSO THE VERNON
flsme fltitch, two nlwwi, price 8,!5,0tt nnd 10,00.
Tho vwr Intent invention nnd the most noisi; It hiuI
perfect running machine cxUnt. Tho ahov tunned
mai'liim-HinHke the tmm stitch, e.itiftlty as well fw
hUgier priced one. On tli.inu niacliini'S vro itpply the
only Hummer thnt will turn ttiiy whlth or lu-mit in
tliu only onnln tho nmrket tlut in ndjiintalilc to fold
any width of him, with any tliickui-NM f cloth.
FernoiiH rwidiiiif in 'hn euimtry wislifnir wimplca,
or lnforniiition, by iikoninK :tc, era nip, will jvict-ive
Local tnt8 wanted ia all the MM nnd towns io
Ohio. Address sh. A. JKNKS, Agrnf,
P. 0. Hnx-MlU;
Or call at Vma Swift's Wntcli nnd Juwtdry h'tor,
l.''7Mftiuatitut, 2d duor abovd fourth, (Jinclnntiti,
Ohio. - jyi.Vumt
HOWJi'S SEW IX (J MACIIIXIiS.
E. BOWKi Jr., Patentee of the original Sowing
FOB. FAMILY USE AND MANlFACTfJIt.
The Family Machlili'S are a't'll adaptrd lor tnlli.rs'
niw, or KHiter titllm;. llowee tyllinlcr Iilnoliiiics,
for nil li.ittlier etitcliinit, hevo nlwayahehl n n.puln
tlon far above any oth:i. Xhi-piililicnre dosircil to
xamlne,aiul purcliaao wlU'roM'r iiifin.
A. T. JAt.'KMON, Aeent.
No. 19 Wint Fourth Hlrnel, io M'Crni lmn s Fur
isliiiiit storr. Cincinnati, . )uyf
FRONT -STREET FACTORY
Ho. 167 Kast Front Street, bet. Pike and Butlor-st's,
AVINS PITIED UP THE PREMISES
with the most improved kind of machinery. I
am prepared tn furnish, at short nttice, all kinds of
nouse ana Bteamuoat, i;arponier anu joiners wnrs.
Sath, Blinds, Doors, Frames and Moldings, uf all
descriptions, Mteamboat Lumber, Weather-bonrd-ng,
Shingles, Siilinif, Floorinii, c, kept constantly
ouhand. Particular attention paid to planing, rip
ping and scroll sawing. Heavy framing lumber can
m planed ana trued 40 teet long, anu 30 inches wiile,
Persons about to build, will una It to their advan
tage to give ma a call. WM. JONES,
aiiia-bra . Proprietor.
Pure, Still & Sparkling Wines,
ffts removed his WINS CELL A B to No, 10 HAM-
mju Dltt si,, huotsi auuu street, jju
THE OLD DOMINION
ART II CR ' Sf
SELF - SEAL1M
.! ;.v ;. AND . .ii..,-
The best now In use and all prepared for Sealing. '
MILK - PAN
Tho crAuiAii irrontifin vpt. Kvery honse-keeper
should have one.
ARTHDB, BURNHAM A GILBOY,
Manufacturers of Patont Articles,
arir&de Depot for the West,
21 East Pearl streot, Cincinnati.
JOSEril B. CBKEN Anent.
arsend for a trade Circular. . aul
i B. D 0 D D 8,
rormerly of Eall.Dodds 4 Oo.; late TJrban,DoddsCo,
W. B. Dodds & Co.,
MANoricTUKsae or thi
O O IST O 3E3 T E3
Fire and Burglar ; Trooi
JB JaLi3Ff.:ES S ,:;
8. W. Comer of Vine fc Second Streets.
This Is the most reliable FIliK AND BUItOLA
PllOOV SAFE that la made in tho United States, aod
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and ia of bettor workmanship than
can be found elson here.
We have n tare e assortment on hand, and am de
termined to sell at prices that cannot fail to please.
Taken In exchange. SECOND-HAND SAFES al
ways on hand at extremely low prices. 97X
Saltoiistall's Fire and Water Proof,
' ' ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC :
COATING FOR ROOFS.
THE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
Coaling Tor Metal Koorn, or any Iron Work ex
posed in OHO. Warranted to withstand the suverost
tests of Iloat, Cold, Itnin, or Sulphuric Acid, and re
main perfectly ltn pervitins to Water. It will not
melt, crack, VBHh or scale off. for now, old, leaky
mntiil roofs, or lor canvas roofs, it is N) per cent,
cheaper than any other coating. All orders accom
piinled with the caeh or satisfactory references, will
be promptly tilled, In any unsold territory South end
Wstof New York and Pennsylvania. For further
information, apply U . F R0Y8 00i
Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers,
joT-t 132 West Hecond street, Ulncianati, Ohio.
milE "OUTCAST ELASTIC MB.
X TALEIO ROOFINO'Ms offered to the pnlillc
as the best and cheapest Metal Hoof now used, Its
merits tostod by an experi'.nce of years in this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
huildinvs. Ko solder lisod fastened securely with
out exposure to the action ef the elements.
Prewired sheets, boxed for shipment to any part of
the United States, can he applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
CALDWELTj H Ct),
lylG-tf ' " 132 West Second street.
Merrell's Blackberry Anodyne
THIS MEDICIMBIS OFi'EEED TO THE
public us one of the best, if not the very best med
icine tliat has over been invented tor DiABiiifE,hvs.
r.NTKRY, Uholf.ma INFANTUM, and all other deranne
monts of tlieStunmch and Digestive Organs, which
aro so prevalent ami fatal in our country corrects
the deranged condition of the Liver: nllniB Nervous
Irritations, such as Is caued by Teethln, gives
tone aud healthy action to the bowols, and withal, is
pleasant to take. i y23-bmt
fflHTS CELEBRATED BEER, INTRO--sl
DUt'EB by tlio lindersiftned, a few mouths
since, for the hmt time In this city, is rapidly supor
Cfding in use nil others. Its popularity lsciiualto
Musty Ale, w hich can only be procured genuine at
the Musty Ale Unttnge, No. 101 Siain-streot, Dotween
Third and Fourth-streets.
Hume's Ladies' Ale, .
Sueerlor to auv in use.eitherdomesticorlmnortoil.
for ladies who are nursing, and their balies. The
properties of this Ale are highly tonic and invigora
ting, and is particularly recommended by the Fac
ulty. n T n tvv isl t r ir a sr rmt rwl r -n as
u nr. man x iiuitaiuils
Of HUME'S MUSTY ALE, have, one by one, closed
their doors, or lmd Ihem closed by tho Sheriff, nnd
tlionnilorip:ned will Rive Fifty Dollars bonus, to any
individual who will produco asingle glims of lilusty
Ale, Withingion Ilcer, or Hume's IladicH, Ale, at any
other establishment thnn tho Musty AleCotlnee.
mystocii oi tne original ana ouiy genuine .(lusty,
Champaign?, Bitter Old Amber, and other choice
nranus oi flics, anu also ror r ami tirown wont
coniprlxiug in all about SKV .1 UUNDltKD 1IA&'
UEiiB, is uneiiuaieu in ino t Ui on.
aul7-tf . ! J. Ii. HUME.
CLASGDW AND SEW YORK
STEAM TO OLABGO . LIVERPOOL, BELiFAST,
. . DUBLIN AND LONDONDEKBY
IBOH BtZW TOBX. .
OlnaaoH', Thomson, Wednesday, Ang. 34. at 12 noon
ttmiiuurun, uumraing.. w eunesuay, June i, "
(JliKigovv, Thomson " . July 6, "
Edluburah.Cuiumi.ig.. July 27, "
FBOM OLASOOW. '
EdlnhnrBh,0ummlng...8aturdBy, May 7;
tilnnijow, Thomson... Wednesday, July 27.
li(liuljul h,Cuinmlng.., " J illy 2.
Hates of Passage from New Tork, Phlladelnliiftor
Boston, to Glasgow, Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
Londonderry, tirst clans, $73, 8toerage, found with
an almodance of properly-cooked provisions, &I0.
An experienced Surgeon attached to each steamer.
No charge for medicines.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
p27 HOPE lit CKA1Q. 17 Broadway.
A1EDICATED. 8T R KN 9 T H P I N 0
1"- fLABTKKS. These Plasters are excellent
remai.lee In cases of pain and weakness iu the side,
breast or back ; also, in rheumatic affections, coughs,
aslhuia.eprains, bruises. and kidney or spinal Bffoc
tlons. The Arnica, Galbanum, Pitch, Poor Man's
and Hemlock Plasters, are manufactured of various
sizos.on kid or cloth, and Poor Man's on paper, br 8.
A. GRIFFITH, and supplied to dealers and druggists
on as good terms as any manufacturers In the U. 8.(8)
LADI ES IS YOU WISH A GOOD DOU-ble-Threadod
Family Sewing Machine; which
for practical use can not be surpassed, rail at No. 9
Carlisle Building', secoud story, comer Fourth nnd
Walnut, and see "Novelty," Union's Patent, thoouly
Machine thatcan ho used with eitheraalngioordou
hletliread. Itls the heat Machine maile, and never
breaks needles. Call and seelt, or send for I'ircular
and specimen of work. K. T. COLEMAN,
Sole Agentfor the Westandsoutb-weet.
No. Malii-ntreet, lielow fourth.
H. CAMPBELL & COT"
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET,
and Boiler Iron, Plow Blabs, Bailroad Bplkes,
Etc. Also, Agents for the sale of lronton Mtar Nails,
Warerooma No. 19 East Second Street, Cincinnati,
SWAM kinds Iron made to order. ins
J. J. BUTLER'S
Fiicclsior Fluid Inks.
Manufaclorv. 3ft Vine ft.-' M
DRS. B. EHRMAN & W. C. LEECH.
orriox o. 46 seventh strkit,
Office boors from A.M., 1 to 3, and 7 to 9, P.M.
WILLIAM H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
and Counsellor at Law, Chase's Building
Third t treat, 3 doors. ut of Ualn . 1171
,. ft ..
- 1 " ' i'-tT-A-
BY STATE ATTTHOEITY.
Incorporated 1519. Charter Perpetual
BUT Agency estahl Ished In Cincinnati in 1 !25, an-
'Hating ail nreaeni locaunsnrnnce companies enn
AgKOclos iu the Insurance business in this city. US
years constant duty here, combined with wealth, ex.
pcrience, euwrprise uuu imeinuiy, ciumuy vuut
round Ilie l'NA Insurance Company to the favora
ble patronaeeef this commui'Ity standing solitary
tnd alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Olnclnnatl uuderwriterofl8-.M. ' '
Cash Capital 1.000,000.
IABHOIjUTK AND UNIMPAIRED.) WITH A
SUKPLUS Of 1, 00,43 SO.
And the prestige of 40 y ars success and experience.
INVESTMKNT8 OP '
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UFWAItDS OK $111,000,000. l.O.SlK
Have beeu p.'ild by the lina lunurauce Company in
the past 40 years.
Firr nnd Inland Navisalion. Risks accepted
at tonus consistent with solvency and lair profit,
Kspecinl attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
ana Content, for terms of 1 to S years.
Application made to any duly authorized Agent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
mate Insurance business, this Compuny is enabled
to offer both Indemnity for the past and seem ity fur
the future. Policies issued without rtelay by
JAM. H. OAUTEft, Agent, No. 40 Main street.
A. F. PATCH, Resistant Agent.
H. K. LIN hSEY, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.J. HOOKEU, Agent, Fulton, 17th Ward. au6
' Of THE !' " ' '
PROFITS OF THE BUSINESS
' ' TO . '
18 WAtt STREET, NEW YOUK. :
CASH CAPITAIi..... 8500,000 00
ASSETS, Jul 1 1X59 ...... 905,681 84
III AB1 1 .ITIES...1..'... 1fi514 3T
milB ATTENTION OV THE COMMIT-
A NITY is respoctlully culled to the following
features in connection with tills Company:
Fibkt lly Insuring iu this Company, the advant
ages ol'a Nutiml Jiisnrunce Company aro obtained,
with the nddllioual advantage ntlurdcd in tliewcurity
?iven by an ample mid reliable Cush Capital a tea
lire uot presented by ordinary Mutual Fire Insurance
Companies. Tlio dividouils to customers, ulreuily de
clared, aro as follows: ,
First Dlvlson to Pollcy-nolilors, IS.'.", 33.' per cent.
Second do. do. do. l-M, M "
Third do,' do. : do. lAW, 60 .
SKroNti The security given, which is already largo,
will constantly Increase with eai h your of succi'ssl'ul
operations. This Is exhibited i leurl) in the follow
ing stnlnnioTit, sluming Hie piiHition uf the Company
iu each year sluce tliu new system was adopted.
July, 1.436, Kot Assets of tho Com puny $.r7,303 1.1
" l."i7, " " " 0111,7111 M
" ls!W, " " " 7.11, m .12
" 1S.19, Gross Assets, " Wfi& H
" " Liabilities 1G,D14 31
Tmno The insured incur no liability whatever,
while obtaining these advantages of superior security
and cheapness. GliO. T. HOPE, President.
H. H l.MintT. Scprjlry
Cvbvj Poa, Assistunt Secretary.
SAM'L E. MACK & Co., Agents,
33 (Vest Thli-d-sti'eet, Cincinnati.
FOLDING SFftll MATRESS
WEIGnS ONLY 65 LBS! MANUFACTURED,
WI10LLSALK AND RETAIL, BY
BEXNETT & CO.,
jy21-am Sycamore Btreot, below Fifth.
" Th ALL'S . lATi;LW7
rtMl E MOST KT.I ART.E FT BE ANI
JL BUHCIIjAK PROOF UAFIC8.-Theyhn.ve given
more satUfaelion than any otlu r now in use.
We offer a reword of 4 INK TifOirNANI, IKH,
I.AltS to any person that cab, up to the present
time,show a single instance wherciu they have failed
to preserve their contents. ii
with this SAFK we challenge) nil competition, aa
being the lawt Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof nmv made; and nre willing to
test with any establishment in the Union, and the
pacv failing Brat, to forfeit to the other, the sum
Woare prepared to furnish a better Safe, ami at less
cost, tliau any other manufacturer In the United
Second-tin rid Safes of other makers, also on hand.
Werespeotfullv invite the public to rnll and exam
ine our ST.OCK ueiore nurciiaeinii "isuwinrru.
ALL. CUtROLL ft CO..
Nos, 1.1 and 17 Kast Columbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholio, and
ALL PAIN'S. IN TIJE STOMACH & BO WHS.
ITIndc by GEO. 8. LiIGIIT,
WHOLESALE DKUGGI8T, CINCINNATI, f.
FOTt SALE BY JOHN D. PARK, SKIllE, KCM-
8T1NK CU., and Druggist generally. Order left
hi WlI.LlAMHON .
1 A Uat'iei.u, jno, 41 wuinni street
will be attended to.
AFTER MANY YEARS OF PRACTICAL
experience in the art of Mustard-making, the
proprietors oiler the above brand of Mustard to the
fmlilio, guaranteeing it a strictly pure article, oianu
actureil from the best unality of seed, carefully se
lected with the design of producing a Mnstard SUPE
RlOlt IN VLAVOB AND PUNGENCY TO ANY
NOW IN USE. We have no hesitation in saying
thnt all lovera of good Mnstard will find the I.X.I,
to he that which they so frequently full to obtain,
MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTARD.
WOrdore promptly filled. 1 ! -1 '
HARRISON & WILSON,
J&U 99 and 101 Wnlnnt-strect.
' Composition Roofing. , .
THE aadersigned Is prepared to pot on
Composition Koof of the best wality at short
Office In J A B. Brace's Carriage Bcpotitory, cor
ner Third and Vine.
srtT itooling material constantly on hand, and for
ale. 0'K7-3m i. M. MOBLR.
JUNE 20. 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
FOTTR DAILY XBAIN3 LEAVE THE ,;,
Ti'alus run thronuh to Indisnanrjlis. Lima. Ban.
dushyand Cleveland without change of cars, '
jnruiiKu iicaets tor an siasurn, svestera, norm
9m uuu iiuriii-nt-nivi 11 uiue..
A. IN EXPKKSH TBAIN (Oolnmhns time,
Cleveland and Plttabiirg, via Iielawore, makes close
connection at Urestliue for Pittsburg, Baltimore, ,.
Philadelphia and New York; and at Cleveland for n
Dunkirk, BuRalo, Boston and New York. Also, con
pacts at Dayton with Dayton and Michigan Road for ,
Troy, Pioua, Sidney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort f
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Toledo at 3:30, Detroit '
at (i:IK, and Chicago at 7:20 P. IA., Quincy and Galena ' '
at 7 A. M. Also, at Day ton with Oreenvllloand Miami 1
Itoad. for Greenville. II u Ion. Winchester and Mun- .
cle. Also, connects nt ltichmond with 1 ndlana Oeu-
tral Bond, for Indianapolis, Lafeyette, (ihlcago. Torre
Haute, St. Louis, and all Western cities. Also, at
Richmond with Cincinnati and Chicago Road, for-
A v.. 1 1 n n.n .
Junction Railroad at Hamilton for Oxford. :'
A. BIAILi TRAIN- or Dayton, Spring-
nld and Sandusky Connects at Sandusky with
BTEAMKRfor DETK(llT:at URBANAforCtlHIM
BU8; at Kon-st wlib I'lttsburg. KertWayneaudChi- J
cago Road, East and West) at Clyde with C, and To
ledo Koad for Cleveland anil BufTulo. Tularin, llntrnit
ami Chiuago. This train also connects at PEL A. . ,
WAttnwitn tne u.,c. U. ttoail for Cleveland aud
points Ka-t; nlsorvinuects at llaiulltonwith Junction .
Bailroad for Oxford. , ,v
430 I'. N. TRAIN For Dayton, Sprlngtlell .
and Sandusky Connect at Forest with Pittsburg, 1
Fort Wayne and Chicago Uoad, Kast and West: at
Clyde with C. and Toledo Koad forClevelaudang Buf.
falo, Toledo, Detroit and Chicago. Also, connects at
Richmond for Indianapolis, Terra llsnte, 81. Louis
and Chicago. Also, connects with Junction Bailroad '
tHnmiltou for oxford.
tr. Itl.TllAIN-For Dayton, Troy, Pie.ua, Bld
ncy. Limn. Toledo. Detroit. Fort Wavna and Chi.
cago. reaching Chicago at 8 A. M.
1 mi it ana a m. trains connect at Cleveland
With steamers for Buffalo.
For further inforaiation and Tickets, apply at th
Ticket OiliceH luirth-pujit. r.i,rli(r Vmnl. and TlrrtaH.
way; No. m Walnut-atreet, u-ar Gibson House; at
io new ni;iii. vuiuo, on toe wreiaiueci vioe-streei,
between l'ostomce and Burnet House; at the Walnu'
Street House, or at the Sixth-street Depot.
aubV P. McLAliEN, Superintendent.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily. '
THREE THROUGIH EXPRESS TRAINS. ,
First Tialn N o.l Kiprosa, at 6 A.M., connects via
Columbus and Cleveland, via Columbns, Crestline and
Pittsburgh, via Columbus, Stetibenville and Pitta
burgh, Detroitvla Cleveland and steamer. This Trim
stops, between Cincinnati and Columbus, at leva
land, Deertield, Morrow, Xenla, CedarviJla. South
Charleston, London aud West JotTer,
Second Train- No. 3 Express,!! sisi A.M. .connects
via Columbus, Bellnlt-nnd Benwoud; Wheeling: via
Columbus, Steuhcnvllloand Piltaburg; Tiaiiolumbua,
Crestline and l'ittaburg: via Coluinhus and Cleve.
lund; Detroit, via Cleveland ami steamer; W bite Bui.
rhur Station, via BpringUeld. This Train steps be.
woon Cincinnati and Columbus, at Plainville, Mil.
ford, Miiiniiville, Lovelsnd, DeerQeld, Jlorrow, ( .
win, Spring Valley, Xeuia and London.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:40 , r.
ColumhuBandSprlngHeld. , -i?1"0
Fourth Train H iKUt Express. . ,, ,
via Columbus, Steuler."'- - PW.X0?"1' WhjX'
lnmliiH Criistlina - " e ll"d Pittsburg via Co.
Clave aid W - nd nttibnrg: viaColuuihtu and
rrfirwln ,.u 'rain stops at Leveland, Morrow,
SfifS" , .veuianud London. BLEKPINU CABS ON
no. 1 Hxpress, through to UloroIanawitboutclianM
oi cars. ... .
Mo. 2 Express, through to Wheeling without chango
The NIGnT EXPRESS Train leaving Olnclnnatl
at 11:30 p. M., runs daily, except SATUUDAXS, The
ether Trains run dailv.excent SUNDAYS.
For all Information, and Through Tickets to Bos
ton, Now York, Philadelphia, lialtlmore, Washing.
wu, mm 1 ora, rnuaueipiua, iiaitimore, wasniug
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
apply at the Offices, Walnut Street House, No. 1 Bur.
net Ii ouae, south-east coruor of Broadway and Front
streets, and at the Eastern Heuct.
Trains run by Columbus tlmo, which Is (even min
utes faster tbim Cincinnati time.
J. DURANT), Bnp't.
Omnibuses call forfassenrera by leaTiug direction
at the Ticket onion. ... myl7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST,
AND THE NORTHWEST, VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
Only One Change of Cart between Cincinnati
Three PassengerTralnsloavo Oluoinnatldally, from
the foot of Mill and Front stree'a.
iM A. M. Chicago Mail arrives at Indlannpclls at
10:30 A. M.j Chicago at 7:25 II. M. This trffln con
nectswith all night trains eat of Chicago, for the
West and North-wost.
12:00 M. Terre Haute andliiiyfayette Acconimoda
Won arrives at Indianapolis, sit !:,) P. M,, making
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terre lliinte
Trains and Inrllannptilis and Latayette trains for
Decatur, Springhold, Naples, Cuim y, llannihal and
St. Joseph; also with Poru trains for Peru, Ft.Wayne
6:00 P.M. Chicago Expresl arrive, at Tndlanapolis
at 10:30 P. M.; Chicago at 7:40 A. M. Making clese
connections at Chicago with all morning triune out
of Chloago. This train connects at Indianapolis
with Terre Hume trains for all points West anil
Sleeping cars are attached to all the night trains
on this line, and run tincugh to Chicago without
change of cars.
This is exclusively a W estern and North-western
route, and with favorable and reliable arrangements
with all connecting roa.li thionghout the entire
West, guarantees unusual care anil I he amplest ac
commodations to the patrons ol this line. "
Star Be suro you are in the right ticket office before
yon purchase your tickets, and ask for tickets via
Lswrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same as by any ether rente. , Baggage
Til UOUOii TICKETS, good until need, can be oh
tained at the ticket nftices, at Spencer Bouse Corner,
north-east corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net House Corner; at the walntlt-street House, nnd
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on Front street, where
all necessary information may bo had. ,
Omnlbnsses run to and from uch train, and w
callfoi passengers at all hotels nnd all parts of the
city, b leaving address at either office.
. , .. W. M. L. NOBLE,
mylO : . General Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
,.; XJSliJtB 11AU IS,
$1. Lonisi 1 . f,
JLAFAYTC CT1C, -m-
.' -. v U111CA0O,
' 7 , ,. L09ANHPOBT,
;' PEBD, :
' ' FOM WATNB.
TWO DAILT THROUOHTB AINU IcaveSUth street
. Depot, at ft A. SI. acd (;30 P. II.
8 A. M. JNDIANAPOLIB, 81. LOUIS A CHICA
GO FAST EXPKESH.-Throngh direct, making close
connections for all other Weateniand North-western
points. This Tmln also connects at Richmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Beads, for Anderson, Xoko.
nio Logansport, and all points on Wabash Vails
, 4.S0P. M.-IN0IANAP01IS, CHICAGO 3t ST.
L0CI8NIG11T KXPBESS. The above 'trains make
close connections t liidlsnapolis, Lafayette and Chi
cago, with Trains for Terre Haute, Springfield, Rock
Island, Galesburg.Kcncslis, La Crosse, Jacksonville,
Danville, Hurliuglon, Milwaukee, Matt. ion, Naples,
Galena, Quincy, Prairie du Clilen, Paaa, Peoria,
Dunleith, Baclse, Docalur, Bloomlngton, Jollet, La
Salle,St. Paul, and all towns and cities Id the North
HTThrough Ticket, given and Baggnga oheoked
For further Information and Through Tickets, ep.
ply to Ticket Offices, north-east corner of Front aud
Broadway; No. 16, walnut street, near Fourth; at
south-east corner of Fourth and Vine street, or at
the Bixth-street Depot.
' , . D. M. MOKTtOW, Superintendent,
; Omnibuses will call forpaasengois M 'navlng their
names at either of the Ticket Otll.v,.
tM WjH ' itii. agnt,
O AND Y I iQANDY
II. 3NT. OIiAHK,
... ., !,.:( ' , ; S
., ,. (Btccessor to HytBSiCo,)
... . . -. ' i-:'
Manufacturerg and Uholeeale Dealeri
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
:, ; 1 -.
40 MAIN STREET, ; CINCINNATI
JOHN BO IYER,
, ,. , (SDOTMSOl 10 PT SMITH,)
' At 36 West i Fifth.' Pf...
Bns constnrjtly on hand n Large Variety of
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, CHINA,
V, FANCY BASKETS,
Fiihing' lackla, Military Goods, eto
WHOLESALE AUD RETAIL,
AT VERY IOW PRICES.