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Of FIOI, 14 WHT roDRTH-BTBlKT,
WISH I WAS AN EDITOR.
1 with I ww an editor-" '
I really do Indeed: i
It seenis to in that editors
Muve etery tiling they need.
They get tho biggst and the best
Ul everytning mat grows.
And net in free to clrcu.e.
And a 'her k Inds of shown
.And when a niarnmoib cheese is out.
Tbey always geiaslira, T ; f
For sayi ng Mrs. Surra knows hi'
To make lc verv nil..
The largest pumpkin, longest liet,
And other garden atulT,
It blown into the aauotum by
A n editorial puff.
The blsrsiait bug will speak to thi-m,
No matter bow they dni
A -habhy coat tntAii,.-i rT?
Tliffcinou priming presa.
At Ladies' Fairs they're alia oat Uusjed
By pr.tty girl., you iiow.
Tlist they may crack Vp IvarytJiing
. . The 11 In have to sbuw, -
And thua they get n blow-out fro
At every pany feed
The raaenn ia because, thar write
Aud othor people real. '
tSTA wise law is the brtv, al'lUio teeth
of which are wisdom teeth, "i
BDootor "John, did Mr. Green get
the medicine I ordered ?"
Druggist's Clerk "I guesMio, for I saw
crape on the door this morning."
B " Husband,- I'lItM have some
change to-day." "Well," stay at home
and take care of tho : chiJf.ron ; that will
be change enough anyhov."
JJA popular writers gy, -xt ja not Q
drinking, but the getting sober, that is bo
terrible in a drunk&rdV lifo. ' Some per-
bums uevur got. BOOrr.
4""rionny, dear " said n. fond mother,
"you hare a dirty faoo." , "Can't help it,
know'' dad' a BlttC,kJeiwW!ci,D- yu
8"Doyou like beirdaIelia J" said
Arabella. "Weli.I don't know, Bell,"
replied Amelia; "it's a fumny question.
But I must eay a board foe makoa isplen
did sauce to a kiss."
fnark Is p.ow.baing built; byn
man at Shields, 'ia .anticipation of tho
next flood-cf 'iearfi; ghti by, b;9 wif0
when he roTu. to Duy ner n now gown.
He thinks h, oan weather the storm.
"'.m, did yon see Mr. Jenkins,
the new overseer? "Yes, massa, I ntet
him do wn th9 cotton-gin." "lie's a
8y.ooking fellow, isn't he?" "Well,.
j"M' sa, he talks like a good-looking man
h made a bow, data all he said."
S&A runaway thief having applied to
a blacksmith for work, the latter showed
Borne hand-culls, and desired to know if
he made such kind of work. "Why yes,
sir," said the fellow, scratching hit pate,
"guess I've had a haud inam,
fiNext to the wonder how the milk
?ot into the ooooa-nut' caftrft George tho
'bird's marvel how the apple got into the
dumpling. This has been succeeded by
the question why white ashes should
come from coul, when coal is to deu ced
JgTAn Irish housemaid, who was r.t
to call a gentleman to dinner, found hi tu
engaged in using a tooth-brush. "Wei' I,
Mary, is he coming ?" said the lady of trie
house, as the servant returned. 'Tea,,
m'ra, directly," was the lnconio reply,
"he's sharpening his teeth."
JgjTA fellow was arrested for stealing
ducks, and after a description of them,
the counsel for the prisoner said, "Why,
they oan't bo such a raro breed, for I have
some of them in my own yard." "Very
likely," said tho complainant; "I have
lost a good many ducks lntoly."
C"At a Into public meeting, the fol
lowing "dry" toast was given, the author
of which got "buttered" when he reached
"The Pres, the Pulpit and Petticoats
the three Ruling Powers of the day. Tho
first spreads knowledge, tho eeoond spreads
morals, and the last eprcadsconsiderably."
BOn a certain occasion, when Cbarlos
II was dining in stnto, he made Gram
mont the remark that ho whs served upon
the knee, a tukon of respect not common
at other courts. "I thank your Mujesty
for the explanation," answered Grammont;
"I thought they were legging pardon for
giving you so bad a dinner."
5Jr"Tbere is no humbug about these
sardines," snid Drown, as he holped him
self to a third plateful from a newly
opened box ; "they are the genuine arti
cle, and came all the w.ty from the
"Yes," replied his economical wife,
"and if you would only control jour appe
tite a little, they will go a great deal
Brown didn't ask for any more.
JKiyA man praising porter, said it was
so excellent a beverage, that though taken
in great quantities, is always mado him
"I have teen the time when it made
"When? I should be glad to know,"
said the eulogist
"Why, no longer since than last night
against the wall"
JA soldier one ventured, in tho
presence ot the whole army, to present
wun an air oi complaint, to uuarles All,
m rjweaen, a piece ot arena that was
blaokend mouldy, male of barley and
oats, whioh was the onlv fond thev then
t ... . ' . .
naa, ana oi winch tbey had not even a
sufficiency. ThekiDg received tho bread,
and without the leaBt emotion ate every
morsel of it; then ooolly said to the
soldier: "It is not good but it may bo
JfiyTwcnty cr twenty-five years ago
old Phleg, up in Madison County, was
telling his friend Jones consarnin of
fight Phleg had a very littlo edication,
bat Jones was a man of right smart read
ing. - fck) Phleg went on tallin, "and,"
lavs lie, "they fit and fit I"
"And," says Jones, with a knowing
look, "did they keep a fittin ?"
' Old Phleg drawed himself np,nnd look
ing as sour as buttermilk into Jono's face,
foot, thn, blast you 1"
IA good story la told of an Irish
ostler, who was sent to the stable
bring out a traveler's horse. Not know-
L -L .1. . ,
me wnio oi me iwo soranoe norsos
ths stable belonged to the traveler, and
wishing to avoid the appearance of igno
rance in nis ousiness, ne saaaiea Dotn
aumals and brought them to the door.
The traveler poiuted out his own horse
saying, "Thnt's my-Dag.1' "Certainly,
yer honor. I know that very well, .but
didn't know which was the other gantle
A Thundering Lie.
Davidson College, North Carolina, coa
tributea a good story of a man with a very
bud habit Aa it is all about lying, tho
render may believe it or not, as he likes.
In the old North State lives a certain
John Long, who draws a long bow whon
hu has any thing to tell, and his oharaotor
fiir truth and veracity hasj boen below
zero for many year. Captain Johnson
had been so taken iu by one of John's
outrageous stories, that ho said to him in
''If you make me believe one of your
lies again in a month, I will give you fifty
"John pretended to be hurt by tho
ofiVr, and went off A few days after he
wiu riding by the captain's, post haste, on
horseback, whon the captain called out
to him :
' I say I hello Johnny I stop and tell us
a lie or two this morning 1"
John rode on, but cried out most dole
''No time fur lying now; brother Jimmy
hits just loon killed in the machine, and
I'm going for tho old folks." On ho went
Captain Johnson ordered his horse, and
rodo over to see the dead man, and oJfor
his services, but found him alive and
voll, ginning cotton, and in no danger of
tho machine. Just then John rode up
nttd claimed tho fifty dollars. The
captain declared it was a rascally trick,
but ho would have had to pay the money
if John hud not let him off.
An thu Difff.renoh, Young gent,
(who has trodden upon lady's toes in
getting out of the omnibiw) "I beg your
pttrdun, madam, 1 could nut help it, 1
Young lady fin blankest manner possi
ble) "Oh, don t make any apology, sir, I
beg; it was my fault entirely."
ame young lady (ukosedrosglras beon
stepped upon by a pretty girl about to
alight) "I wish that some people would
keep their oyes open, and be moro careful
when they are passing other people."
LionTs and Livbks. Lord Coclburn,
when at (he bar, was pleading in a steam
boat collision caso. Ths case turned on
the fact of one of tho vessels carrying mi
light, which was the cause of the acci
dent Cockburn insisting on this, wound
up his argument with this remark, "In
fact, gentlemen, hud there been moro
lights, there would have been more livers."
ANDERSON 4 H ANNAFOUD.AjctUtect,
H, W. corner Tblrd and Sycamore ete.,
Jyl ClKL'ISHATi, taiO.
BETWEEN tmOffT ASD SBOOKD, CINCINNATI.
Fi P. CAHILL, I'roprielor.
f N ALL 113 BRANCHK3, NO. 8 BAfl'f
ml :"ourth-a'.mit, betwaD Mala and Sjcaiuore, Cili-
HCKe-blndlni? In ereryatrJe. liailo FooXd
ly and durably bound. 0, (JROtTJU,
D. DC FOREST,
Book Itiiirter and Paper llnler,
Third atory Tlniea Duildlng, will do all work In hi
line wltb neatiioM nod dliS'ftcli. yj2i-i
(At the old ataud oi Pv.llr.a, liiMtilJ 3c Brown,)
WHOLESALE Q ROGERS
So. a WEST 3BU0NIJST.,
jessra n'LLAM.rbrmerlyof Pulls a,HatiM4 Browu
wu . b. wnLiAmo.''. inrtS-AVW
"thos. h. weasnjsk.
DSAiHa IN ill. KlWDg OT
3UIIDIN0 LUMBER, LATH,
SniNGIjEa, BTO.. ETC.,
3T1 Plum Mtreet, tiuolnnatl, Olilo.
F. 31. MOORE,
ARC XZ HHTZSOT,
N. K. C011NER THIRD Ac BAC 8T8.,
0,-dira promptly etteudod to. mlT.
bTkittredge & CO.
131 MAIM HTRERT, CINCINNATI, 0.
KITREDQE &. FOLSOM,
SS St. Charlee atreet. New (Jrleana, La.,
Importer of GuaiV Storlinu Apjiaralut,
AND DltALEKS IN OUK rOWDKa.
LMN'DIBT BTL. TBKBr.
Ij. BYL & CO..
CLEANKKS OP SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. m SIxth-trot, between Vino and llace, In
the Mwllcul College, CIiicIiiuhII, Ohio, fersoua wlic
may taroruHWitti tbeir pntrouhK'tCunrelyoii puuo
tuallly and low prlceH. aepl-ay
ENQRAVI N Q ,
14 WEST FOtltTK HTUKF.T.
00011 PLATES, CAB1) CABK3, HTATIOKEBT,
to oto., uto.
II. P. UMAS
WATCH & JEWELM HOUSE
16 West Fourth Street.
Where oan be bad erery article appertaining to Hit
Bnslneas at a much lea pi-tee, for GAVH, tbaa
bas ever before been offend la tbii market.
GIVE US A CALL"
And see for yourselves. apli
Mo. MM N. K. Cor. fifth and Lodge streets, betwee
Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati.
A good axsortmeut of SILVKBand PLATKD WAKL
8PECTACL8, etc., kept constantly on hand.
Special Attention given to Cleaning and Jtepairlng
Watches and Jewelry. myln
HERGH SMITH, No, Wert 1th ft.
4 RE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS
a. a their larare aenortmimt of Watchea. J.w.trv.
Hilverware and Diamond!.
A One assortment of Piatcd Tet Sets and Oatlerv
and (Ipnra Glasses. 34
Tvtro Thrcoded Double l.oeh Tlht Stitch
FAMILY SBWISfi MICIIIXB.
ALSO THE VERNON
Same 8ttcb, two alsea, price iWiVOO and 940,00.
Tho very latest invention and tbe most oolneleiia
perfect running machine extent. Tbe abuve named
machines make Ui same stitch, equally as well
higher priced imes. On these machines wn apply
only Hemmer that will tnrn any width of heat It
tbe only one in tne market that la adjustable to
any width of h.m, with any thlcknets of oloth.
Perna residing In the eonntry wishing eamples,
or Information, by Inclosing So, stamp, will receive
Local agents wanted In all ths cltl.s and towns
Ohio. Addrwi 8. A. JENK8, Agent,
P. 0. Box min
or call at Pean Bwtft'i Watch and Jewelry Store,
157 Malnsttiot, Id door above Fourth, Cincinnati,
Pure, Still & Sparkling Wines,
Has removed hut WINK CELLAB to Ho. 10 B MH
AlOND BIBEii? l)OT Ikirdstrsst, lm
B 4. RT LETT'S!
PATENT NOVELTY FAMILY
Only 6 00.
STRENGTH. 6IMPLICITT, CHEAPNESS
and durability combined. Orentoat wonder of
tho age! A portnble machine weleblng only four
pounclal C'nn bo carried by a child from room to
room; may b attochwl irjatantly to any workntand
or tublo; will lew on cither fine or ooarea fabrlca.
aud with eillc, thread or cotton. Can be workml
f Itlur by the bund or feet. The great demand for a
good portable low-priced machine can now te fully
met. (!n be eoan In operation at No. 46 slith
etrei't, Cincinnati, Ohio, and at the i'airof the ale
cliauioa' luntitute. . .
H. K. niTGOIi General Agent.
"X O XJ 2W" Gr ' S
Improved Two-Threaded look-Stitoh
IAMILY SEWING MACHINE
' 35, S30 and $35.
mnB SATISFACTION -Wllicn THE9S
X maohinn hK siren to those who bT bn
ulnu them. In ull kinda of Family Sewing, leada ui
tonoommend tuxui to tn public, with ihe fullefct
cuiitidenoe that they will give enllm nailsfactlon
whrrernr ud. A.idM from all kinds of aewing.they
iMiiMUDBa beautifully. Thoy are la all reepecta, a
rofc' rd a the execution f woi k, flut-olaet DjacbineH.
Tlinvarenowou ehibltliu at the (air. We eball
tkiipleiwiiro la exp'aiuiim the working of our ra.
chlnod.and give apidmotia of our work to all who
will favur on with a call at ur sale-ioonia, corner (if
Yiopaiid j'iftli-atreete, oyer Cole A Hopkins a atore.
To peniiina reildlim out of tho city, who will in
cloaeua a tttree-ciiit atamp, with their addreM, w
will avnd our circular, with apecimeoa of work.
WILTSKE BKOTHKKM. Aenta,
P. O. Box l,m, I'lnciunati, n.
r Agunti wanted tbrougliout Ohio and Ken
$30. $30. $30. 830.
Thirty-Dollar Double Look-Stitoh '
F.W11LY SEING MiCIIINES
sbctjuhd Br recbnt lbtthrs tatbiit.
fllflls MACHINfl HAS BEBN PRO
JL NOVNCKD by all competent Judijes. who
linve nt't.ti it. to be the beat and motil dpgir.ole Fam
iyHwliiii Machine evor lutroduceil, rvani-dli
ol'rrico. It will aew all kind of family guo.ta,
from the very thickest to the very flnt fabric made,
and uni-a hII kind of throad, from No. S l 200.
No oil is unid an loiof the .tlaohlne.
Bjndfirii circular, ur.-nlland -e It in operation,
Upon oarlv application, State and County Rightania;
An euoriiotle prHon can make a fortune In 3 abort
time. Agouti wanted In all unsold territory.
II. :. B ltTHAN,
8' le nn'texclilfivnagiuit fur tho United Stntef,
aepltl'mt US We.l Kuurth-ntreot, (Jlnolnnatl.
I, ADD, WEBSTER & CO.'H
(Late Hunt, W.betar A Co.'a,)
No. 6 Fourth-street, Cincinnati.
Oi tbe lit of Oettber te will ramort to -
No. 80 Wet Fourth-streeti
Ill 131 1 IV I
u II 1 11 U 111 11 V tl J 11 11 u a
riticincntl, OlBca S'A Went Ponrtli atroct.
jlF T1I0SBINTBNDINOT0 PURCHA8H,
we doalre a pera'jnal lnyeai.igtlon of the com
parative mertia of tbeao Sawing Maohlnoa with nil
otheralu the market,
aull FDANKHENRT, Agent.
KELSEY & CO.'S
nr w it rt -mm i n w t n et
Ofllce-SO WeBt Fourth-street,
W ASK OP A DISCRIMINATISO
Mldie, )n pursuit of a reliable Hewiiut-Ma-cblne,
the moat rlld comparlann if the mnrits of
lhn Machines wltb nil others In tie market. We
court it, being sure It will result In our favor.
D. W. H.VHIU JiOTOM St CO.,
mmm sewing machines.
Pricu Itidwd lo 5(), 9T5, M10 and 9135.
Singer's Nevr Family Hewing Machine,
Tho price of which is only iW, la alight and elegant
ly decorated Muclilue, cdpabloof performing, in tbe
boot atyln, ull the sowing of a private family.
Mlutter't Tranaverse Nbuttle Mnchlaei
To bo sold at $79, Is a Machine entirely new in Its ar
rangemrnt; it la very beautiful, moves rapidly and
very eaaily, and, for family ttne and light niannfac.
titrlng purpoaes, is ths very beat anil cheapest Ma
chine ever offered to tbe public.
Hinnrs No. 1 Wtnnilard Shuttle Itlacblne,
Foinierly sold at 8I3A. but row reduced to 8110,1s
known all over tbe world. Xrery sort of work oan
ho done with it.
Hioger'si No. 3 Standard Shuttle Machine,
This Is tbe favorite manufacturing Machine very.
wltore Price, with table oomplete, Sia.
IWBend for a Circular.
Agent for J. M. Singer A Co.
No. 8 Eut Fourtli street,
JelUt CINCINNATI. OHIO,
LESTER'S SEWING MACHINES.
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
the siivlng pnbllo that I am tbe sole authoriied
Agent for the rule o f the
LESTER'S IMPROVED SHUTTLE
And being well Aciiumnted with Itemerlts, and famil
iar with Its operation. I ieel tonftilent that those in
want of Bucb an article, will give it preference over
all others now before the public
I deem it unueci aniry to enumerate all lt advan
tages, as thoke who my wlfli to parcbaae will prnba
blv erefer to Hati.fv llwimKelvnH h iwir.iinaHiiMnAn.
tion, wblch tliny may do by calling at
No. M'2 Wrat Fourth atreet.
AtVPersons ptircharifng Lester's 8ewing Machine
will receive practical instructions upon tkeiii freeol
conrgc. Allmaciiliieawarriiiiteii, ,
Ho. W Wvst Fourth alriet, directly
lyM-tf-t Oppoilta Poit Offloe.
I believe I make the beat Look-itttoh Sewing Ma
chines, in the world. If the pnrohaser does not think
o after tlx months trial, 1 will refund yon the .
QGO Jh-JSIT 0X3.O,
Pric of Machines.
OFFICE AND SALft BUOMH-Dlrectly on Ihe
Northwest corner Mnln and Fourth atreets, over
Owen'a Jewelry establishment.
xHTAll kinds of rJewIng-Ufschlnes repaired, and
light machinery unaiinfactured.At the Factory, 107
Walnut-street, corner Walnut and Fifth.
VA gents wanted In other oltien toiell tnr Bew-Ing-Hacltlnsi.
Address, P. F.VANI, Jr., Cluoln
BaU, 0. auat
THOS. W. FARRIN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL
YARD ON 7REEMAN-ST., NEXT TO
Cincinnati, Uamlllon and Dayton Railroad.
W would call tbe attention of pnrchatars of Lumber
to the following Bill of Pricesi ,
Clear, t in. Plank, per M feet 4lJ! W $M '1
1 in. Beard, '
U 1U 4.
" 1M "
1 in. Board,
" M '
3d Com., " a "
I . i u
Ornb Pl'k, 1
Jd Com., 1 "
Wb Its-nine r.nolua B'da.
Hemlock " " " ,....
" Joist xSeentl'g.U ft. and lew
" " " , M aud 20 A,...
Poplar ! "
Pino it u
Oak ' "
1st Com.rYhlte-plns Flooring Boardj,
3d Com. " "
3d Cam. " " " .
Tellow-plna Flooring Hoards............
" clear for stops ..-
1st Com. Whlto-pluo Weather Boards,
3d Com. " " "
1st Com. Partition Boards
2d Com. "
For Dressed Lnmler, Zl 90 for one
sli'e, aud 3 for two iluos extra wui
Ko. 1 bbitved Bblnp.lts........
tin. 1 S&wed '
luferior qualities In proportion.
Cedar Fencing Posts, 4 by 4 in, each,,
" " " Bough
T.nfln.t i. i .... . "'
un biiianrsiooororsrarurtborrsdaotloaoi t!tlr
cent .is made.
At these prices wo have two or throe million fret of
good Reasoned Lumber for sule.
Parties wishing to surobawi Lunther will do well to
give ui acall. THOMAS V. fABtilN Si CO.
THE OLD DOMINION
A ut writ's
Tho bast now la ties and all prepared for Dealing.
MILK - PAN
The greatest invention yet Every home-keeper
ihould naveone, ,
ABTIITJB, BUKNHAM A OILnOT,
ilanufaoturers of Patent Articles.
WTTrade Depot for the West,
24 Kast Pearl street, Cincinnati.
JOSEPH II. GltBHN, Agent.
HTSend for trade Circular. aul
Wi B. D 0 D D 8,
Forsaorlj of HalJ.DcdSa A Co.l Urt Cfl'an .DodJi A Oo.
W. B. Dodd St Co.,
atAHVTAOrSBUf Ot TBI
Vlrv And Burglar Proof
W. Corner of Vine k Second mreets
Tbls Is the most reliable F1KB AND BDBULA
PROOF 8A Fa) that Is made In the United Status, and
la warrantat perfectly free from damp. Oan be sold
at lower prices, and is of better workmanship than
oan be found olsawba.
We have a large aaaortment ou band, and are 4V
tufinlued. to sell at prices that cannot fail to gleasa,
Take. In exebanio. 81500HD-HAHD SAFES !
ways on hand at extfamoly low nrlces, VH
V. lAnRI.NQa B. H. V. S&RkUIUgK.
BARRINGElt Si CO.,
Tbe Celebrated Patent ComblnciJ
For WOOD or COAL. Tbe most convenient, oco.
nooilcal and durable Cooking Sieve eter iLvunted,
for Hteamboats, Hotela, Uestaurants and Private
Mnuess. Cooking aud boiline; water for wanh and
bath rooms, in Targe quantities, In any adjoining
apartment by tbe Barue fire.
Wareioorag, 31T Main St., Cincinnati.
aSar Blubts to mannfacttire and sell these STOVES
mav be secured on application tu tho Dionrietora. at
their waremoms. soi7
galtoDStall's Fire and Water Proof,
ADHESIVS AND ELASTIC
COATING FOR ROOFS.
THE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
Coating for Metal Boofa, or any Iron Work ex
posed lu inc. Warranted to withstand the severest
testa of Heat, Cold, lialn, or Hulplilirlo Acid, and re
main perfectly Impervious to Water. It will not
mel t, crack, wash or scale off. For new, old, leaky
metal roofs, or for canvas roofa, It la 60 per cent,
cheaper than any other ooutlng. All orilera accom
panied witb the cash or satisfactory references, wilt
be pr ,mtitly filled, in any nniolil territory South and
Went if New York and Pennsylvania, For further
lufi vjtlon, apply to
. u , F. BOY8 00
o'e Proprietors aud Manufacturers,
w est Second street, Clnclanatl, Ohio.
TMIE "OUTCALT ELASTIC ME
TA LLIC KOOFINO" Is offered to the public
as the best and cheapest Metal Boof now used, Its
merits tested by an experience of years In this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
buildings. No solder need fastened securely with
out expoanre to the action of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shlpuieot teany part of
tho United States, can lie applied by any one wltb
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly gni
jylfltf 132 WestHocond street.
Merrell'fl Blackberry Anodyne.
TniS MEDICINE IS OFFERED TO TITH
puhlie aaoneoftlisbest, If nottheverybeetmed
Iclne Ihnt has ever been Invented ftr l)luum, I)rs
s.xvaav, Ciioi.fba Ini aktiix, aud all other derange
men is of the Stomach and Digestive Organs, which
are bo pre ralant and fatal In our eonntry corrects
tli (If rJ (ed condition of the Liver; allies Nervous
I If. V, i s, such as ts eaused by Teething, gives
t. tana joelthyaetkm to the bowels, and wltbal, Is
at bj,u. to take. iy23-bmt
Money! Money! Money!
Removed from flfJWeat SUtlt-street.
"UffONEY LOANEjToN WATCHES, JBV7.
ivJ! ELRY end all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rut" of Interest, at o. 178 Vlus-elrM, bstween
Fuurtb and Flftb. 244
GLASGOW AND NEW YORK '
BTSaM TO OLA800 .LIVKBPOOL, BELFAST,
1-SjOst H1W f OBBI. ' ' "
(Jlnaaow, Thamson, Wednesday, An. tl, at 13 neoa
July if, "
BdlnburglijCummlni., .Saturday, May T.
(Dlnasow, Thnmsun.,.Wedsesday, July IT,
ltilliiliurh,Oummln... " July I.
Bates of Passage from New York; Ph llnlelphla or
uoatun, to uiasgow, xiverpool, lleiraat, Dublin or
Londonderry, Drat class, 973. Bteeraee, found wltb
an abandance of properly-no eked provisions, $.'10.
An experienced Surgeon attached to each steamer,
Norbargefor medicines. , ,
For Freighter Paasage, apply U)
14,17 BOBE&I OltAlO, 17 Broadway.
i in w
Incorporated 1819. Charter I'trpetual
JAaeiioy (Hblthed IntHnrlnriiiil in iu .n.
tedating nil present local Insurance (.'uiiiuiuaanri
Agencies In the Inmirance bimlne In ilih city, a .'J
yeiire constant duty here, coinblned with wmltb., ex
perience, enter ere and liberality, i.'iiilly cum.
mend the E fN A lrmurauce Cenipsny to the favora
ble patioDai'u of tbls coinintuill) hUiixIiiim solitary
andntone the mle survivor and llrlng pioneer of
Cincinnati uud rariters of lStlS.
Loasea pnd InMtielnnuil during pnat Five
Vttui'H, 13,0,4 i.
tAHHOLtTTK AND UNlMl'AlTtKD. WITI1 A
SUltl'LUS OV tl,U30,4-t3 81).
Aud tbe prestige of 40 years success and experience.
Over $100,000 ill Ohio Securities.
IJI'WAKIW OK J,000,00(),IJaiiH
llnvo boon paid by the Atna Iciiurauoe Oompany In
the paac'lit years.
Fire Bud lolaud Nnvlamlon. Bisks accepted
at terms cuuaiatent with eolvnucy and fair profits.
KnpecUl attention given to Iusiirance of Dwolllugs
arid Content, for terms of 1 to 6 .
Application made to any duly .nthorlxed Aavnt
promptly attended to. by strict attention tu a legit
imate lusurame business, thU Cupipany is enabled
toofTerlMth!i'di.aiityiiortbe P"t and secuiltyfor
tbntutdre. PiiieleHseiicdwltlioutdeUr by
J AM. H. CAKTKIt, Ageut, Mo. 40 Main street.
A. ir. PATCH, astlstant Agent.
II. K. L'NL.SKf, Agent 171 Vine street.
S.J. UOOKKIi, Agent, Kultun. 17th Ward. n
T H B. EE FO V R T H S
OI THl . ' . '
PROFITS OF THE BUSINESS
18 WALL STKKHT, NBW YORK,
CASH CAPITA!. 8300,000 00
AS-tETM, J nly 1, lMf0 0OS,(!SI 81
I.I.t BI1.IT1K3...H 16,514 3'
rfl'ITE ATTENTION OP THH COMMU-1-
NITY la respectfiillr culled to the following
feettires in connection with this Company:
First fty insuring in this Company, the advant
aces of a Mutnal Insurance Conipuny are obtained,
with ths addlt lonal advantage all'orded In thooourlly
given by an ample and reliable Cash Capltel a fea
ture not proeenteil liy oriliuMiy Mutual Fire Insurance
d,rcranies. The dividends to customers, already de
clared, araai follows! .
First mvleon to iVllcy-Eol'ien, ItVST, UH per esnt.
Kivond "do, do. do. I-!, 60 "
Third do. ' do. do. 18.W, 60 "
meow Tho seonrlty given, which is already large,
will constanily IncreaHO with each year of successful
operations. Thin ia exhibited death in the follow
ing HttObint,shimlug the position of the Company
in nasb yarsiucio ti. uaw system was adopted.
July, IM, K jt Assets of tliCvUpany,,,l..,VO,A. M
" IMT, " " " tM,7194
" lMti, " " " 7M.WI8 62
" Gross Aieets, " m.. IVi,!W1 W
" ' littbilllles 1,I4I7
Tatmn The Inaured inenr ro liability whatever,
while obtsitiiug theau sdvnntages of superior security
and cheque;;,. GI'O. T. JlOl'E, Prwldeut.
II, II. I.A5IPOBT, Sicrelnr. '
Crui'S Prcx, Aislttam Secretary.
SAM'L E. MACK A Co., Agents,
31 Weil TlilrtUstrcat, finclunatl.
WBIOOB OHLY OS LDSI MAUUFAOTCBBD,
VUOLKaALE AND BSTAlL, BY
BENNETT & f 0.,
JyJt-ftm Hvctimor utrest, nelow r IJr
mHE MOSTMEI IAnLErinE AND
M. BCIIOLAIl PliUOF KAFKS. They have given
more satisfaction than anv other now in ttss.
Wn offer a reward oroNK TIIOL'SAMI HOI..
LARS to any person that can, up to the pnisent
time, show a single iustntice wborelu tbey have failed
to preserve their contents.
With this SAFE w challenge all competition, as
being the best Fire Proor, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proor now made; and me willing to
teat with nn; extublislinmnt In the Union, and tbe
party falllus 6mt, to forfeit to the other, the sum
We are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer In the United
Second-band Pafea of other ankers, also on hand.
We respect fully invlle the public to call and exam
ine our stock tielore niircbs-lng.'l.e where.
I1ALL, CAHKOLL A CO.,
gl3-ayr Nos. llumi 17 Kttt C'jliimbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholic, and .
ALL TAINS VI THE ST03I4CU & BOWELS.
lade by GEO. H. LIGHT. .
WHOLES ALB DEUGOI8T, CINCINjrAVI.
Foil EALE IlY JOHN 1) PARK, KUUiE, BCK
STINEft CO., mid Drtiiigista geiietur.y. Order left
at Wii.i.mm-oj A Uait'iELU, tie. (1 Walnut stivat
will be attended to. au'.l-tnovl
I X lu
tjs: xj & c 'jflL :fl !o .
AFTER MANY YEARS OP PRACTICAL
xperlenca in tbe art of Muiitard-making, the
prupeietoraotier the above brand Of Muetard to tbe
polllc, giiarantelns: It aatrlctly pure article, maun
favtnred from the heat quality of aeed.ciirolully s.
lented with tbodoeluu of producing a Hnntanl 80PB
lcIUR IN FLAVt'R AND PUNOENCY TO ANY
NOW IN CSS, We hate no ttrsltHiton ill saying
Hint all loveraof good Musturdwill find the I. X. L.
to he that which the" so freuuently fall to obtain,
MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTARD.
ItsrOrders promplly ftlled.
awvr r. JJA.H, RISON A WILSON,
JM HIT end I II I Wnlnut-atrect.
TIHE vtidaritgned li pretiarsd to put on
Composition lloofof ths best quality at short
nJr7lce In JAB. Brucew Carrlaga Repository, cor
ner Third and Vine. .
star liooflBg material constantly on hand, and for
WH. J. M. KOBLJI.
liMrHP lift WwWWIg !&m
JUNE 20. 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
in m r-StSSntatsasp
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
IilOUR DAILY TRAINS LHAVH TUB
- 8lxth-street Depot. '
Trains ran- through to Indlanapolli, Lima. Ban.
dtwky and CloTeianl without cbango ofcars
Throuili Tlokets for all ftutern, Wesern, North.
A. ill. EVPUKUd rail iIWffl.l.1...
which Ibkuvoo nilnulus faster ibuu Olncin.stn-Sor
Cbmland and f ittsluirg, via Delaware, makea cl.uu,
cuunectinn nt Crestline for Pittsburg, BiitimoreT
Philadelphia and New York; and at OevX, ir
Dunkirk. Buffalo, Bonton and New York. Als. a"n.
nects at Dayton with Dayton and Michigan Boat for
Troy, Pliiuu, Kidney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, l,irt
Wayne aud Chicago, reacliing Toledo at 1:3(1. DetMr
at 6:ti0, apJChlCHgo at 7:20 P. Bl,,Qjuiucy and Oale,n
017 A.M. Also,at Dayton with (Jreenville and Miata
Bead, for Oroenvllle, Vuluc, Winchester aud Mm.
cle. Also, connects at Kicbmond with Indiana Con
tral Road, for Indianapolis, beifejetto, Chicago, Terre
Haute, St. Louis, and all Western cities. Alao, at
ftiohmond with Cincinnati and Cbicngu Bnad, for
Aiider.on. Kokonto and Peru. Alao, connects with
Junction lluilroadat Ilamilti.n for Oxford.
SI, ill. Ill A 1 1. TltAIX-Ior Dayton, Sprinz
flfld and Sandusky Connects at Sandusky with
STK AA1 K R for DUTBUIT j at UKBAN A forOOLUM
I)US at lorestwltb Plttabnre, Fort Wnyneand Cbt
cago Huail, Cast and Weal; at Clyde with 0. und To
ledo Koad lor Cleveland and Buffalo, Idcdo, Detroit
and Chicago. This train nlno counsels at DKLA
ftAHEwith tho C, (J. 4 C. Road for Cleveland and
&lnu Ka-t; ulaiicoiineolsBtilBjaiiltenwith Junction
ailroud for Oxford.
4t30 I. III. I'HAIJi-For Dayton. Bjirlngfleid
and Saudusky-Conneots at forest with Plitsburff,
Fort Wayne and Chicago Bond. Kaat and West: at
Clyde i with 0. aail Toledo Road for Uevelaiidaiig Bur.
Mo, Toledo, Detroit and Chlcugo, A lao, connect at
Riciiniond for Indianapolis, Torre) Hanfa, St. Louui
and Chicago. Also, connects, with JiiLotlouItailroad
at Hamilton forOxfvrd,
V. H. TltAINFer Dayton, Troy, Huna, Sid
ney, Lima, Toledo, Botroit, i'ort Wayue and Col
cago. reaching ilbicngo at 9 A. M,
-Titos and A.M. truiiisi connsct at Cl.velanH
wltU atoauters for Buffalo,
For further Information and Tickets, apply at the
Ticket offlceB-aorlta-oaet eurnor Front aud Broad,
way; No. liiK YU!out-lruet, near Oibnon House; at
the newliclcbt Ollloe.on tliewestsidocf Vine-street,
between Postoficand Burnet llonsoi at ths Waln
btreet Uoii,, or at the Sixtb-atreet Depot.
JS'iJ u- MeliABUN, SuperinUnden.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
THREE THROUUH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Ttain No. 1 Kxpreea, axt 6 A. M connects via
Columbus and Clevolund, via ('oluinbus.CnMtltue and
Pittsburgh, via Columbus, Stetilonvillo uud Pltte
btirgh, DetroitviaClevoiandaisilnteumer, Tbls'V'rMto,
stops, between Cincinnati ami (Joiumbus. a Lovo.
laud, Deeraeld, Morrow. Xorala, (Jed;trvUle. Uoutk
Cbarleatou, Lunilou ami West Jeffelson,
Second Train-No. 2 KxpreaJ, Ma M.,COBnecta)
via Columl'tts, Delink id Ueswiiod; Wheellug: via
Columbus, Stoubtuvilleaud Pit tsburg: vlaOoluinhus.
Crastline cud Tittsbitrg: vis Columbus anil ulevs.
land; Detroit, vlaOlovelund andwonmor: White ,,,.
phur Station, via Bpringfleld. Tltia Train ,(6ii tio
twoen Clncinnutl nd Celuuibsis, at PUinvflla; Mil.
ford, Mlamiville, Loveland, DBernelJ.llSrrcw CO?.
win.Spring ulley, Xeuiaand Lm,Ji)a.
Third Traln-Accomuiodatl(B, at cio P. M., fbr
Columbus and Springfield.
Fourth Trilurillgut Kxpreajs. at U:Sot.M.; ooa
nects vluColuuibus, Betlalr and Benwnod; Wbeeilua,
via Columbus, Steubenvllio and Pittabura via Co.
Inmbiis, Crestline and Pltlsbuig: via Colunibus and
Cleveland. Thla train bU'ps at tovolaud, Morrow,
Xettta and London. S l$lOlG. CARS OJS(
No. 1 Kxpreji', through toClcveUndwlthontohange
No. 3 Express, throngh to Wheellnwltiiont change
l,nNiI0-i,T EXPBEEM Trafn leaving Cincinnati
tilher Trains run daily, exeenl HU NDAVg
For.aUlnrornialiun,and fbrsjiuiU Tlokitt to (tce.
tou, ew York, I'liilatUlahln, Italtliuore, Vhlnu.V
uft-K.'vlh Tm "u lurtstjrk,.'oievolau"l,
apply at the Offices. Walnut Sjrsjut IIoune.No. I Bur.
net Iloqgp, wum-olat curuer ol BroBdwuy and Frobt
streuti, aUd at tho Eustern Depot.
Trains run by Colutuhna tin, which Is saren min-
ot-- tiwter than Cluclnuatl uaie,
, . ... J . TJURAND, Sup'l,
Onin'buses cnUforpiaseuMre byleavlug directirn
at the Ticket Ofrfbea. myl7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST,
AND THE NORTHWEST, VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
(My One Chanys oj (Brs tWiwtn Ctnot'nntMs'
Three PanergerTmlnal wve&lninntIdAlIy, frna
the foot of Mill ami Front streets, . '
J:50 A. M. Chicago uvflv at luctUnjswits at
Vr.K A. M.i Onleaio at T.iS V. St. Thla tiTn oon.
necte with all night trails out of Chicago, lor tun
Went and North-'vsst,
ia:WI M.-Tcrre Iln-.ito atid Lay tnjette Accommoda
tiVQ WtiYOS it ludlsnapolla, i.t !m P. M making
direct connuctions at ludliinapolia with Terre Haute
Iraltis and Indlnnapolfs anil Laiayotte trnlns
Decatnr, Springneld, Naples, (Jnl'icr, lUnolUlohd
St. Joseph; also with P.r'.tUaiuaforTeru, jt.Wuu
:(ie P.M.J-Celoaiiti Izprau snrlTMi at Tndlar.aills S
at 10:30 P. 11.S Ciiitago at 7:40 A. Jl. Making oleaa
connections at Chicago wltb ail inornltig trains out
of Cltlcugo. This trnln coniiscta tit fuJIanepolis
with Torre Haute trains for tall points Wei t and
Sleeping cars are attached tc the night trains
on Ibis hue, am run thtouzb to Chicago vdlh v,5
chaugeof cava, "
Tblaia f-cjiive)y eatmi and Norih-western
rotiw, attu with favaralile aud tolinblearrangementii
with, all connectlex roa.li thioushout tbe entire
West, guarantees unusual care siul Iks amplest ao
ooniiuodatlona lo the nations ol tlili lino.
W Be sure yon orn in t bs riglLt ti.-ltet office before
yon purchase your tickets, and ask for tttltot vtv
Lawreuc.iUuig and luuiaiuip-
Fare the eurue m tj utf june routs, ltaggaa
Til UOI OH TICKETS, goad until rued, can be oh
tained at the ticket ulnccii, at IJitiieer House Comer,
north-east corner Broadway and Front; No, 1 Bur
net Houho Corner; at the Walnal-etrvet Hons, and
at Depot oftlcv, foot of M ill, on Front strvet, when
all uecessary Information may lo Uaj.
Omnlbiisaes run to and fioio aca train, and w
call I'm piieea;;nri.' at kit bntela nd all parta of tho
city, li) leaviug address at eit her ofilce.
W. 1 1. L. NOBLE,
Bnyll) 1 General Tlokejt Agent.
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS. Cincinnati, Richmond &
,feoT,lrou-h Route for
TWO DAILYTHEOUSUTBAINS leave Blxth street
DopntjatnA.iraud 4:IP. II.
(I A. M. -INDIANAPOLIS, 81. 1.0BIH ft OHICA
00 FAST KXPHESS.-Throughdlireci.niaklngclose
oonuectinns for allother VVc.terll ami North-western
poniis. mis train also coonecisui nionniotul with
Cincinnati and Chicago ltoide,for Andeison, Koko.
mo, Logausport, and all points on Wabash Valley
4:S(i P. M. -INDIANAPOLIS. OH1CAG0 A ST.
LOUIS NIHT KXPRES8.-The above '1'ralns make
olose outinections at Indianupolis ,Lafyntte and Cbt
cago, with Trains for Terre llaulm, HprlnyBeld, Rock
Inland, GaleHbiirg.KeneHha, LHtlro.-e. Jacksonville,
Danville, Thirl lugtou, Milwaukee, filn'bion, Naples,
(laleua. Quinry, frairiit dn Cliiun, I'ana, Peoria,
Dunloith, liscine, Deealtir, Blool slug ton, .Toilet, La
Hal ie, lit. Paul, und all towns and ei ties In the North
hThrotigh Tickets given an! Bacgnge checked
For ftiriher Information and Thronrli TlcketB,api
ply to Ticket Offlcea.noith-casto.'imerot Front and
Broadway; No. 169 Walnut street, near Fourth; et
sonth-enst cunirr of Fourth end Vine street, or at
the Sixth-street Depot. .
D. 111. ?10nitOW. '.'r.Iltendeiit.
Omnibuses wllli!Bll forpassens -T, urfcuvipg their
pm. at either of ths TioUet Off I.. ,
138 W. H. ' -V. A?nt)t.
a A H D Y I O A NI) Y
(enoesswt te Olvnt oxCo,)
IMauufatturero qui! Wb2atl.Daert
AND MAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI
m rtTl tHi-tT A T T V ITT1 Tl A B1M fiTft IS A ft nrt st
'iULB CIMM llTIWTtM iTKH TifODlilina on
ieu uinr JiuuvwsilikliA i'ni'nautO VFt
WOMEN, and such Chronic com pleurals as maybe
benefitted by the Hygyenlo and Atmopalhla sysUui
of bla office. "
Tapor, Snlpbnr, Iodine, Arsenic, Mercury, Tor
ki'h, Russian and Electro-Chemical Paths, a Dll
pensary of Medlclno, and every munner of Eleotrte
and SI ugnetlo Apparatus, .
- NO. 17 WEST tiIXTH.BTR.EET.
B'OawhersA. M.tIP. M. aiU l1