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MUDAT..
-BBPTEMBBR A3
, THE LITTLH GRAVB. .
it Mir iitti inV th Mi4, ' ";
And to they arleily turned ty
From th monad tb .pade had awl that day.
A n, they did net know how deep 4 .hajle .' ,
That little gray in our bom bid nude.
I km the ooftta wwTjat-rnw airitiu.ll - - ,
One yard would ear served for an. uupU fall! s.
And one man Id hit arms eonld bar burn away
The rosebud and It frejghtor clay;
Hut I knew tbat darling hopat won biJ ,
Beneath that lljtle coffln-lidY ,.','
lknow that a mother etood that day '' .!
With folded hand Ly tbat form of clay;
1 know tbat barning team war bid ,
'Neath th drooping laih aod aching lid;'' ,
And I knew hr lip, and check and brow,. ' V I
Were almost m wbite a her baby', now.
I k new that tome thing were hid away.
The crimson frock, and wrapping! gay;
TU Tittle tock and tbe half-worn ahoe, , ,
The cap with Iti plume and tiutelt blur;
And an entity orib itb Ita covers spread. ,.
At wbttib Ctetal the ilnleu dead.
'Tit a little grave, but, oh ! beware I
For world-wide bopet are buried tbr, :i
And yet perhaps, in footing years,
May tt, like her, through blinding teM,
How much of light, bow much of joy,
It burled up with an only boy.
A: lUiower of Aces.
1 teon a mlg.hty fanny pokec gamo
once, on Oia Ifism'swppi, a gom' up from
Orleans.
Thar war four o.'d ' coast Frenchmen,
all sngarf lantars, jt sold their aiop and
jjot their pockets ft ll of rocka. They
went it strong, I tell y e. They'd got their
backs and tails both up. ( Captain Whisky
had a powerful grip on .'en, and if they
wasn't humph' it, "hark fromth tombsf'
At last they went to .the bar to atreeoh
their legs and wood-up ; and while they
were' gone I tee a mischievous Itokin'
chap a obaigink lhai pap tnj ' I :
"Keep shady. Bays he, winkin' to us
that war standin' round the table, "and
you'll see the old boy ri direotly."
Back comes the old chaps ; the keerda
war dealt round, and I see thnr eyea a
cappia' out, all a tryin to be powerful
tiolemn. ,
A "blind was bet, ana up spoke the
neit hand.
"I sea ze blind and four beets bettair."
"1 see sat and ge five toriar."
Twenty better .an you- -ah 1 ah I" ;
Sacray toe-nails t such a iihellin out as
thar war, to be sure; and whventha dimes
run dry they drawed drafts cn Orlean,
and give notes till they'd bet nil they war
worth. When the hand was called every
man Jaek slips down four white aces, and
drove for the? pile ; and sich a yellin and
eorsin'and siwryin' as thar war, when
they diskivered" how they'd been sold.
Taedecfton the table were all aces,
ii6d'8s-iwav onl.Y half-deck poker they
were trWy', man 8 fve 8C?8i
and, thinkjaT asvotber ace had crawled
into the pack somehow, they all catched
one, and kept tke others. ' i
One run for b nistols, another jpulls
out his knife, and n they'd only diskiv
ered who served 'em out, there d been a
mighty small chance .for him; but they
went on so that the cap torn had to inter
fere and shut em up.
'Pepping the luv,wtiou
UnhitaMe Merit, a vout'K lady over
twenty-nine, who nevor had a thance to
ohange the alliterative character of her
name, was seated over the fire in her little
sitting-room when a knook was heard,
and who should make his appearance but
Helomon Periwinkle. ,. , . . ' !
"Why," thought she, "I wonder whab !
he's come for ; can it be"
But we won't divulge the tLcught that
passed through the ladv's mind.
' "Hew do you doJlw Merit?" : -
"Pretty well, I thank you, Mr. Periwin -tie.
Not but I feel a, little lonely novr
and then."
'r-'rT on see, as I was oeining by, I thougl it
J would just step in and aslc you a que b
tion about that is, about"
"I suppose," thought Hist Meritj "h.
means about the state of my heart'
"The fact t," said Solomon, who wmi
rather bashful, "I feel a little delicate
about asking, but I hope you won't thin k
it stranire."
"Oh, no,"' simpered Miss M., "I de.n't
think it at all strange, and, in tact, i nave
been somewhat expeoting it." f
"Oh." said Solomon, rather surpi ised,
"I believe yeu' have in your posse ision
umtstuuig u uiiuw.
1 'His heart, he means," said Miss M.
eide. "Well, sir, it may affoid you i jleae
ure to learn that you have mine in re
torn. " It it fuljy and entirely your own."
"Whatl I got your umureUal ' ex-
olaimed, Bolomon, in . amusement. : "I
think von must be mistaken, and I don't
think I'd like to exchange mine for it, for
mine was given me. j ,
"I bsr your pardon," said the disoom-
Bted lady, "but I made a mistake. 1 quite
"!'-v&got-. your umbrelja, whioh I borrowed
i- tnne lime ago. nere u is. x was uuna
kia: of semethina else.11- . " ,'
"If," said Solomon, "there is anything
of yours that I have got, 1 shall be happy
to return it" i
"Well, no, it's no matter," stammered
Jtirn n., coloring. "Wood morning."
' 'Carpets VI. Blanket. j
There is a town up in New Hampshire
where o little is known of the appliances
of modern days, that throushout; the
village, until "the debnt of Rev. M
who had iust moved in from Massaehn
j'ettfc there was not a carpeted room. Of
this the minister was not aware, or per
haps he would have heeitatedjat the idea
of indulging in such an unwonted article
of luxury. i
One day a young farmer, having ocea
trion to visit the minister," was shown by
, , the, minister's daughter into the "best
When the minister eame down to sse
him. he found him sitting on a chair on
the dfwr slll, with his lees' extending out
into the entry.
junapea ana somtwnnt
. unexpected sight, Mr. M. 1
- I didn't bo ita the parlo
"OhU'saidhe.VIwasa
, junaaed ana somwhnt nuzsled at tnis
' ' ..a tr ar l.j si i
. waea mm wny
lor. ?
iafeardof snilin'
. voar Dlaniet Dy triaain' on it!"
' His amassment isay be imagined when
?nfnrmd; that th i "blanket" was aner-
,.anni fixture of the room; and was kept
lor tbe very purpose oi oeing iroauea on.
t ) lF"An Irieh servant .baying entered
the drawing-room with' the mistress's
J favorite oodle wringing' wot'How is
this, Britfget? how oame Fido to set so
i-.J. .1.41 iM.,'Ml th UAr, Ills' fl ;ti
mam, an it was" little Tommy that had
the bante lashed to the end of a powl,
nd was washing the winders wid him,"
- Beauty oftlio Boie.
en (Killed, ana Terj
nnd tlia pottMuWift Bnd countries
Imvo sung jt pnuaca yot it u "
same favorite tw vevorv theme upon
which languago may exhaust itsol and
its beauty increase and its attractions
seera greater than ever. Ai it i one of
tbe moat common of all tbe flowers that
I eautify the little spot before the door of
the humble and poor aa well m an orna
ment to the gardens of the rich and great
fiir" it is ono of the most fragrant and
lovely. V'e become attached to it in our
early dtiye, and we oherish it with almost
nacted veneration to the last moments of
our life. Its uses are almost as various as
iti rariettos. We pluok it to adorn the
tuitiplo of worship ; the festive board is
made to glow with its varied hues ; lova
jatltors it to wreathe around his votaries;
warriors and viotora erown themselves
with ita garlands; the luxurious strew
thoir dwellings and couohes with its
leaves r and grief finds a relief in drop
juDg the bud and the rose upon tle rest
ing plaoe of. the virtuous ana lovely.
Poob Soil. An inquisitive Yankee
was Btanding at a tavern door, in tho .
lower part of Jorsey, watohing a funow J
iussby. At tho head of it wasalrgo
muure cart, moving along very slowly,
and making no cflort to turn out for the
procession. The Yankee was astonished
at this want of attentiou on the part of
the driver of said cart, bvud turning to a
Philadolphian, who was standing by, ho
Remarked:
I "I guess the folks ainV very perlte.
aheouthere; to hum, whero I uva, they
always turn out for a funeral "
"Oh, that's a part of the procession,"
replied the Phiiadelphian, gravely.
j "Uiitelll l eou don't say soi iiowi"
exclaimed tho astonished Yankee.
' "Why, you bco, it's a very poor, sandy
soil about here, and nothing comes up
thev nlnnt unless thev manure it well;
so when thoy bury a follow thej throw a
wholo oort load in the cravo, to make him
rise at tho judgment day I"
i uo i ankeo nuzzica.
"First class in Oriental Ph ilosopLy,
stand up. Tibbies, what is life?
"Life consist of money, a 2: dO horsa
and fashionable wife." ' . -
"Good! Next, what is death?"
"A payment that sottles everybody's
dobt and gives them tombstonos as re
ceipts in full of all demands."
"What is poverty?' m '
"The reward of merit that gen? as gen
erally recoives from a discriminating pub
lic." "What is religion?"
"Do unto others as you pleuso, without
allowing a return of tlio compliment"
"What 5g famor
"A s,ix.-lino puff in a newspaper while
living, and a fortune for your enemies
when dead."
"Text, and the last Which is the
wriest and quickest way to reachheuven?"
"Ask trie railroad company.
jjar"Just step into the streot, and I'll
give you a cowhiding."
"Bo jabers, an I wouldn't if you'd give
me two of thorn."
BUSINESS CARDS.
ANDERSON k UANNAPOEDjArcbltect,
Uancbettar Bnildlng,
8. W. eorner Third nnd Syemaore tta.,
Jyl OIKCIHNATI, OHIO.
Madison House,
BITWIBH FRONT AND EROOND, OlHOiyHlTl,
Ft P. C1B1LL, Proprietor
jyuon
Book Binding
K ALL ITS BRANCH ns, 50. 8 BAST
fonrtk-itreat. btwo Main and Iroamer. Cin
einiatt.
ariu-Wndlng In very rtyl. Undo Books neat,
ly and durably bound. 0. OBOPPIE.
I lyw-niiai
0. DE FOREST,
Book Binder and Paper Ruler,
Third story Times Bnildlng, will do all work In b
Una with neatness and dispatch. jy-U
PVLLAN St WILLIAMSOir,
(At tti old stand or Pnllan, Bstfleld Browa.)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
Ho. S W1BI S100ND ST.,
lenn rmxa, fcrmr!j of Pnllan, Ilataeld k Browa
Wat. a, WiLUaatoa. nrlt-AOW
THOS. H. WEA8NER.
ii us ni au Iran or
BUILDING LUMBER, LATH,
BHINQLJS, KTO., ETC.,
371 Flam Btreet, Cincinnati, Ohio.
JjW-cni
F. M. MOORE,
AHOHIITBOT,
N. E. CORNER THIRD & RACE UT&.t
t . OIK0IHI1TI, OHIO.
0rd prom ptly attended to.
mlT.
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
IS t MAIN BTSIIT, CIR0I5NATI, 0.
KITREDQE sV FOLSOM.
It St. OkarUt street, Hew Orltant, la,,
Iaaportara oTOaagcv Bvertlasi Apparntnt,
AIB DlatllS I ODH fOWDIl.
LuiiDnT nin itaa nur,
Li. CO..
CLIAKHRS OJ SIHK3 AND VAULTS,
Ko. W 8tlth-trest. between Vina and Itara. In
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
may iTOr at tin tneir paironage, can rely on pai
tntJItf and low prloet. spl-a
CARD cfe
ENGRAVING,
14 WEST FOURTH STREET,
POOS fLATIS, CABD CASUS, BTATIOHHET,
et., etc., etc.
QUAKER CITY:
Tw Threadetl Double lioek Tlshi etiteb
02O
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
ALSO THE VERNON
Samafltltsb.twnilaet.prlM 843,00 and 440,00,
The rry la last Intent Ion and the most nnlselet tnd
perfeot running machine tant. The ahor named
maolitnseniak th tame stltrb, einallT as wellss
higher artned ones. Onthsemachlnet ire spplyth
only Hemnnr tbat will tnm any width of hciai It It
tbe only on in tne market that Is adjustable to (old
any width of hem, with any thlokncssnf oloth.
Persona residing In the country wishing aamplsa,
or Information, by lneloalng Be. stamp, will resslre
prompt attention-
Local agents wankd In all th cltlea and towns In
Oblo. AddrM S. A. JESKR, Agent.
Or mil at Bean Hwirt'i Watch and Jw"ry Stor.
167 Msln street, M deor ahoy Fonrth, Olnrinnstl,
Oblo. jyU-aml
Pure.StCI & SparkHngWiBes.
JiMES"ESHELB.
redbliWIHJ CILbAato K. 10 HAM.
BUiT alior Third street. Ivr
J. J. SUTLER'S
Cxccbior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory, 30 Vlua sM, H
5f.
: 3EWIN0 , MACHINES.
YO UJXTG'S
Imiiroyad T o-Threaded lock-Stitch
TAM1XY SEWING MACHINE
j S3, 30 and ($35. .
rjiBB ainsjACTioN which thebb
M. trmchlnea haul glyen to tho who hart been
iwlog t bem , la all kinds of Family Sewing, leads na
au rrmi unnrt mem to h puhtio, who ine iiineei
conlidei ice tar, tber will giie entire aatUfactlon
wherori w um',. Aside from all kindaofaewing.tbey
awaaoif. mtt l,aatiruily. They are in allreeaecU, at
reg rta tbe execution of -nrk, nrel-ola niaoblnea.
Thyr nr 0u exhtbKlon at the fair. W shall
tske plee hu' lt f explaining the working of oar ma
chines, ft nv .aiVA IMrlminii nf mtr WArk tn all hn
will fiiro r in with a call at oaraale-rooms, oorneT of
iMinaii- , Fiun-iireeu, oer vole m tiopt ma t store.
To p rsons'Mtlding oat of tbe oily, who will in.
closaw i a three-ceut atamp, wllh their addrest, w
wlllae adourclroular, with speoliaent of work.,, ,
W1LTSBB BttflTIIKKH, Atrenra,
. . P. 0. Bo 1,300, ClnolunaU, O. ,
. ' AgiiUt wasted Ibrouaboat Ohio and Ken.
tuokf I. ' eepnam
$U0. 30. $30. $30.
MOORE'S
Thirty -Dollar DouWeLooi-Stitoli
FMLYSEWMNlillS
SECUBHD BT BBOBNT L1TTBHS PATBNT.
rriHIb MAC BIN B HAS BEEN PRO
M. NOUHOBD by all competent Jddgwa. who
nave teen it, to ba the best and most desirable Fam
ily Sewing Mooblnt vr lntroduOMl, resHrdleaa
of price. It will tew all kinds ul family goods,
from tbe very thickest to the very finest Tabrlcs made,
and uses all kinds of thraed, front No. 8 to MO.
No nil la lined an top of the lYlnahlae. "
Bead fort cironlar, or '-all and ire It la operation.
I' pon early application. Slate and Oonnty Sight may
be secured.
An evergstl person can make a fbrltn In a short
lime, Agonia wanted In all unsold t-rritory.
H. O. BIJ.T HA.N,
8c le and eaclnMre sgert forth United State,
tsiltfint 88 West Fourth-street, Cincinnati.
G.c.KNirrm&Co,
Pllhgag m '
ADD, WBB8TEH A CO.S
(LatcIIuDt, Wsbttsr ACa.'t,)
SEWING MACHINES,
No. 6 Feurtb- itreet, CliicinnatL. '
Oi the lit of Oafetor will runore (a
No, 80 Wont Fourth-street,
GAZETTjNBjUriLDIXG.
Sloat&Go.
SEWING Ml G DINES,
Clnalnontl, Ofllee 33 Weal Fonrth itreet.
tW THOSH INTENDINGI TOPUBCHASB,
we desire a peraonal Inytstlsjalloii of the oom
parttiTtmsritaof these 6ewlnj Maehlnsa rlth all
other In th mar Its t.
ami FBANTS HKKBT, Agert.
KELSEY it CO.'S
SEWINe-MlCHINBS
OfUoe SO West Fonrth-etreet,
t'lNClNNATI.
"B ASK OF A DISCRIMINATING
nnbllc.ln nnrsnlt of a rsllabla SawlnavMa-
chine, the most rinid oonsparlson of tbe merit of
these Wachlnea with all other in tbe market. W
court It, being mre it will result in our taior.
V. W. HARRINGTON & CO.,
anTO . Agenta. '
SWEK'S SEWING MACHINES.
Prica Stdueti la SO, T3, CHOnm 9125.
ginger Wtn Family Sewing Mnofaliie,
Tbe price of whic Is only SM, It light and elegant
ly oeoo rated Mao'llne, oapable of performlug, In th
belt atyle, all tho lewlDgofaprlrate family.
Singer's TnusTctr) Shuttle Machine,
To be told at 879. In a Machine entirely new In Ita ar
rangement; It I 'rery beaatlfnl, mores rapidly and
Tory easily, anil, for family nee and light mannftm
tnrlng pnrpoaet.il th yerybest and obaapeat Ala.
chine eyor offered tothepobllc.
Slncer'a No. 1 .Btnndard Shuttle Maohlne,
Formerly told at 'll, hnt now reduced to (110, It
known all orsr tins world. Story tort of work can
be done with It. .
Sinner's No. 9 Standard Shuttle Machine,
Thh It the f&Torlf e mannfactniing Machine evsry
when frloe, with table oomplat, SlJo.
SVBend for dlrcalar.
f AMES SKARDON, . '
Agent for J. II. Hlnrer A Co.
No. 8 Eatt Fonrth afreet,
)I4. CINCINNATI, OHIO.
LESTER'S SEWING .MACHINES.
I WOULD BESPBOTPULLr 1NI0RM
the sewing pnhlle tbat I am tb sol anthorlesd
A gout for the bbIo cf th
LESTER'S IMPROVED SHUTTLE
SEWING MACDINBS;
' ' .li'!
And being woll aeaaatated with Its merit, and fkmri
Itr with it operation. I feel eonndent that those in
aant of sncb an article, will glre It prefers no orer
til others now before the pnbllo.
I deem it uDneoKSsary to enumerate all Ita advan
tages, ai tlioee who may wiab to parchae will proba
bly prefer to satisfy tbemselrt by personal Inspec
tion, which thay may do by calling at . .
No. 99 Wt Fourth street,''
HPPereona purchasing Lester' Sewing Hachln
rill receive practical Instruotlona upon them free of
Charge, AU machines warranted.
WILLIAM LAPnAM.AgenU
Uo.W West Fourth street, directly
frM-tW Oppotilo Foit OIBo.
OIANlTFACTCRfNM ' , j ', , .
SEWING MACHINE.
.. , j
Ibellertlnnak tho bait Lock-stitch Sewing Ma
ehlnes, In th world. If the purchaser dot not tbtnk
0 after tlx BOttht trial, I will refund ronth '
' ..; ' "
S3QO -L3STID S13.0,
' t
Pile of Machine.
OiridK AKB SAliB BOOMS-nrrecfly en the
Uwen t Jewelry establishment, . .i i
: ' I , .
w-AU jtlnda of tJewing-Mtrhlnes repatrad, and
light machinery manufactured, at th Faetory, 117
Waltint-streot, eorner Walnut and Fifth. i
UTAgentsi wanted In ether eltlas to tell my Sew-lng-Uiubliisi.
Address, P. 1VASS, Jr., Plnoju
0. i a
TO CONTEACTORa .
OKricaoaOtauiniATi Gas I,isht io CoaaV
;icl.ATl, ptetnbor 19, 1H60, (
SEALED , l'ROPOBALS WILL Bf RE
liBIVKDnt this office until tlisjd day of October
tint for th furnishing and laying of about on mil
lion tnd aqiiSTteruf brii-ks. - .
Frtpotali i will be recoived fnrtlie fumlellliig and
Iiiying, botrs join'lv and sepsrately.
Pbuisnnd stwcifloatloiis may Ui seen by applying
tothoKngimar, at this oftics. from 1 till a AT M.
"P1"" . Wfl. L. CL All KE, Secretary.
F AT LAW, Chns IMlldliise, So. Heat ThlrS
itreet. sepa-sy
MISCELLANEOUS.
r TJIK OLD DOMINION
i n lo mir
OO JL 'Jl' '311 33
jiiii
t -iiM
And
TEA; POT.
A It T II IJ II ' S
SELF -SEALING
PRUITCANS
1 ' : -J,
AND
T jSl. no,
Tho Ui I new taut and all prepared for Bealliif, ,
1 A
PATENT '
Self-Ventilating
MILK - PANi
Th greatest Intention yet. lyery hanat-keepsr
should bar on. . , . .
" ' ' ' AKTHCB, BUBNHAM A 01LBOT,
' ' ' ' ' ' " ManoJaoturero of Patont Articles.
sWTTrad Depot for the Watt,
H last Pearl ttreot, Olndonatl.
JOHBPTI R. 6RBBN. A una.
nd for a trada Circular. !
,OUTIIATj. HOUSE.
6rath-ait comer of sixth and Blm, fJluoinnatl.O.
11, .""KjCRIBER HAVING EBMEWBD
a large " mount of money In painting, oarpoting, and
rerurr.lthlng it, lntrodtrolng Bathlna-rooms, Water
ciots. oad erery poailble convenleuce and luxury
through u l,lnrltet a cootlnuance of the publis pat-for-Nf
llpleehioonOdaat that th hous wlll b
ijand, wltntti recent ImproyemeDtt, in a better
condition than when first opened for the reoeptlen of
ewnui. me locaiioa os ine aoiei is osnirai ana oon
renlent, tlthtr for up-town ililu pr down-town
business. Meals are regularly sorted at the table
d bote, or la prlrat rooms, and furnished at all
noun. Th. terms art Si per day, and accommoda
tion eqns.1 to any $1 to per day house In the oity,
Th. house will be kept a pen night and day, at all
noun. Omnibuses will be In attendance to and from
the oart, BrMikfast for early train. And for th
feet, the proprietor leaves hit aunts to speak for
him. Kpl-tm F. F. WATHON. PreprMitor..
HENRY DAVID,
NO. 378 MAIN STREET, BBTWBBN
SIXTH AND SEVENTH, Manufacturer and
Importer of Soaps, Perfuuery and Fancy tjoodt, bat
)ust recelyed.por steamer, a lot of Port Monulsca,
Cigar Casus, Brueb.es, Combs, Perfumery, Beef Mar
row and Fanoy Goixli of all descriptions; alto a coin-
Eletoastortmentof Handkerchlnf Kxtracte, which
o is prepxrM to sell at a llgu re lower than any other
dealerin the city. Alto, received this day from New
Turk, a large lot of Darld's Bine and Black Writing
aod Marking lukt which the subscriber will b able
io ecu at munuiaoturer s prlcea. Jobbers and re
tailer will please call in and vxamine before pur-
iu( einewnnr. ail ainas oi cxiraeu at twenty
Are cents per bottle. Remember th place, Kt Main
Itreet. between With and Beyenth. tap
TBA8I TEASII TBA8III I HAVB CON
, BTANTLY on band a large and well-teleoted
lock of Oreen and Itlack Teas, wbloh I offor at
J. FBROUeOFf, Orocfr,
tpl7 Corner Ninth and Vine.
KANB CRACKERS. A FULL SUPPLY
ef those excellent Cracker always on hand.
Also, Soda 0 nickers, A tmnetty Hiscuit and Ungllsk
Cracknellt. . . J. FKUOlTbON, Grocer,
teplT ' Corner Mlnt tnd Vna.
FRE8U TABLB B U T T B R. I HAVB
mute arrangements to hare a constant tupply
of Freeh Table Butter, with which famillw may b
supplied by leaving their ord cru wl tb
J. FBRftllfiON, arnwr,
sepir Corner Ninth and Tin.
r Wi 3. DODOS, ,
Formexly oi HaU.DdSdj A Co.; ht Piban.Dodds A Oc.
W.B. Dodd Sc Co.,
auxtmcTuuaj or thi
OONOXLinTX
Fire nnd llurglar Prool
. J9L 3P 13 S !
t. W. Corner of Vine 4t Second Streets.
hli It the most reliable TTBE AMD BTJRflLA'
PROOF SAFB thst It made In th United Stats., and
It warranted perfectly' free from damp. Can be sold
at lower nrioH. and ia of better workmansbin than
can be found elsewhere.
We hart a luge assortment on hand, and are de
termined to tell at price that cannot fall to plea.
Old Sales
.
Tak.i In exchange. BBOOND-HAHD BATHS n.
ways on hand at extxepielj low prices. W)t
t. aasisti a...
. T. MUOtM,
BARRING ER & CO.,
j, : . , Mattttfaotnrei of
The Celebrated P-ient Combined
COOKING STOVES,' I
For WOOD or GOAL. The most oonyenient.ooo.
nomlcal and durable Cooking Store ever invented,
for Steamboat, Hotels, Restaurants and Private
Honest. Cooking aud boiling water for wash aad
bath rooms, In Targe Quantities, In any adjoining
apartment by th sine lure..
Warerooms, 21T Mala St., Cincinnati.
aWBlihts to riuannfactitreand sell these STflVKH
may be secured onjpplicatlon to th propria tors, at
tbolrwAwroomt. ganj
ROOFING.
Saltonstall's Fire and Water Proof,
-i ADHB3IVB AND BlASTIO '
COATING FOR R00F3.
TEB CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
Ooating for Metal Roof., or any Iron Work ex
posed In na. Warranted to withstand the severest
tottt of Heat, Cold, Bain, or Sulphuric Acid, and re
main perfectly Impervious to water. It will not
melt, crack, waiih or aoale off. For new, old, leaky
metal roofs, or forcanraa roofs, it It Of) per cent,
cheaper than any other coating. All orders accom-
Knlod with the ceuh or satisfactory references, will
pr imptly filled. In any unsold territory South and
Wjl it New York and Pennsylvania. For further
Info- 'atlon, apply to
' , F. BOYS CO,,
Proprietors and Mnnnfactnronj,
"rtSeoond street, ClBolantti, Ohio.
1X4)01 ! ROOFOCr !
THE OTJTCATjT ELASTIC HE.
TALLIO BOOFINO" It offered to th public
at th beat and cbeapoat Metal Bonf now need, Its
merit tested by n xperlnee of year In this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
buildinni. No solder aied-faeteaed spcur.lv with
out exposure to the action of the element.
rrepiireaaneeM, boxed for shipment to any part or
tbe United States, oan be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orderspromptly filled.
JyM-tf m West Second street. '
Merroll'a Blackberry Anodyne.
THIS MEDICINE IS OFFERED TO THE
public a oneof the beat, if not the very best m ed.
Iclnetbat has ever been Invented for Dmkbhes, Drs-
mm, unoisaa im antfm, ami an oiner (lcrange
menta of the etoraach and Digestive Organs, which
arrtoprvralantond fatal in our country corrects
th drr'rdoonlltion of the Liver; allavt Nerreui
I snrh a It eaused by Teethlng.-glret
ti tia Wealthy lotion to th bowels, and withal, It
pi wt jh lo tak. Iy38-bmt.
Money! Ifloncy! Money!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
'; j ReuiATCd from 08 Went SIxtTi-atrsof.
M ONBT LOIHeFoW yTATCHES, JEW.
tlRY and nil kluda of Merchandise, at tow
rates f Interest, at Ho. IIS Vlne-tlraet, bti;Mn
Fourth and Fifth. . , , m
GLASGOW AMU NEW YORK
STEAM SHIP COMPANY.
BTlAM TO QLABfJO v. , AITBBPOOIi, BI1FABT,
: ' FOB 830..
r ' ,.Oal BIWTOax.
Qlnagnw, TUotnaon, Wednesday, iup. 14 , at li
KdinonrshiOmlna.. Wednesday, June 1. "
j)laauw, Thomson...... " , July, .
00
ttainanrn,iniuiniing.. " juijw,"
' p . PBOIt ekaJaOV. , i ,
Krllnburb,Oiimmlntr...eatnnUy, May 7. '
(Jlnsgow, Tbomon...WednRsdsy, July 17.
Eillunargh, Cauamlug.-i ' JnlyS. :
Bates of Pataaga from tfw York, Phlladel nh la or
Boston, to Gumkow, Mverpool, Belfast, Dnlilln or
Londonderry, flrtt class, $70. flteeraaa, (bund wl tb
an abundance of properly-cooked provisions, $10.
An experienced Burgeon attached to eab steamer.
Ho charge for medlolnce. ' .... t
For Frulglit or Passaa-B, apply to
tpJ7 MOllBlT tntAlt, 17 Brtadway.
wstsaiMeas!!
INSURANCE.
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
Incorporated 1SI9. Cllarier IVrjietual
BYaT-A mhv-W .-l..i.tl. I... I l . '
i!r Pn"i"nt local InsiiraiicatAiaipaiilai and
Agencle in I lie Ineurance buslu In llil-rity. 33
year conttant duty here, combined with wcHlth.ex
perlence.eiilerprlee and liberality, especlallv com
mend the ATM A Insurance Ompany 10 tbo fnvora-
and alone. .the i sole survivor and liviag jlouaer
Jotse pnld In Cinclnnntl ilurlna post Five
Yenre, 15tl,U34 JT, ,
Cash Capital6l.000,000.
lABSOLTITK AHI UNIMPAIRED. WITH A
SURPLUS Ok? $1,030, 4'A3 60.
And tb prestige of 40 yearn tucoen and experience
inrDoj.BDii vr r ,
Over $100,000 In Ohio Securities.
Have been paid Ly the
RtHH IiiuuritiirA llnninunv In
uc pnniiu yearn. .
jrirwf nnfi jnmna ii Hvifiiioii.-niBHi acovpiea
wvruity vunmeLcui wuu suirpucy bum i&ir pronti.
KBpecit.1 nttentioD givyn to lneurrMic of DwelllDiM
an. Contents, for ternis or to ftf 1.
Application made to any duly rttborlnwl A writ
pruitiDtly attended to. By atilct aclvuUou to a ltflt-
luiBiriiifluiiinto uiiniutri, iuib uomptinf is enaoica
toofforboth Indemnity for ton pant and Bocuiity for
w aiaaniq, I uuviua HSUDM VTIIaJSUli Wttltiy liy
't.ASTEB', A8""' Uaiattreet.
A. F. PATAU, Assistant Agent.
11. K. MNDSEY, Agont 171 Vine street.
J. J. HOOKKK, Agnt. Fulton, 17th Ward, ant
T H fili 3 iO V BTttif.;' '
' or ' ' ' '
PROPITS OP THE BUSINESS
1)1 TIDED AKKTJALLT '
TO '
POLICY-HOLDERS.
, IS WALL BTJIEST, KKW YOBS,
CASH CAPITAL .$4 00,04. 0(1
ASBT8, July 1, 1S... ,.. 808,881 84
X-IAnULITIES...u.... ......-.,..,..,. 10,511 3
THB ATTSN'TION OP THK COMMU
1TY i respectfully cslltd to the following
rtnturos in oonnection with this Couijianv:
PiBdT-By Imurlng In this Company, the nont
aneaoraMutual Insnraone Company tre obtaiued,
with the additional udvauingeafl'oidod in thiMocurlty
given by an amplo and rlt:iMB Cash Capitnl a fm
Jure notpreeeutml by ordimiry Hutuul Klru limurance
(ompanies. Tho dividends lo eastouiert, alieatli de
clared, are as follows:
First Divltfln to Pollor-Holdri, 1887, StM par cant,
gorond do. do. do. 1HH, Wi , . .
Itiird do. do, : . do. ' ISflli, W " !
8oo)tD-Th security given, which it al ready lavas,'
will constantly Increwto with each year of aiicceiefiil
operations. This la exhibited clearly In the following
statement, showing the position of the Oompsny
In each ynar since the new system woe adopted.
July, 1866, Ket Assets of lh Company $57d,SM
" 1W, " " . " 049,71 M
.. ' ',' ; m,...7m;ij
" :. M, Orees A sects, " , veM
" " Liabllltie u,M4
Tnrati Th Inaured incur no liability whatever,
While Obtaining theMadviintAOAfl nf .iii,nrlnfanjnrl,u
an(lchapneK. GEO. T. UOl'E, 1'reiid.ut.
11. n, Lanpokt, ftecretary.
Ctrvs I'sck, Assifltant Secretary. ;'
SAM'L E. MACK & Co,, Agents, ;
33 tV'cat Third-Htt'ept, Cincinnati.
lanM-aui
)LBBB!
to Housekeepers.
Important Improvement!
wellsmFitent
If
WB1SHI ORLT 05 1,191 MAalCFACTCUED.
WEOIiKSAlB AND BET AIL, BY
BEXNETT & 10.,
igfl'111 Hveamere street, below FJKh..
IIA1C"' I'ATJEMT. i
TUG MOST RELIABLE FIRB AND
BDRCLAIt PROOF BAF E6.-Thy linvo given
mora satisfaction than any other now In u4e.
weotreraroAuru oi u,MJ TIIUUl!ANU 1)0 1.
LARS to any pernon that nun, up to tho preennl:.
time, ehowa single instance wherein tbey have failed
to preserve their coittonte, . ,
With this SAFE we challenge'all onmpetlllon, a,
belna the best Fire Proof, Bursltr Proof, or Fire,
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
test witn any ssianiisnmeui in 1119 union, ana in.
pNy falling flrtt, to forfeit to the other, the turn
Wear nreeared to furnish a better Rath, and at less:
cost, than any other manufacturer In th United
slates. ' . 1
Kocona-nanti Naiptorothnr ninsers, alio onbann.
Weresnectfullv Invite the nubile to eall and exam
in our ttock bel'orepiircbaslng elsrwhers, ;
UALLi, CAKBObli C tW.,
angH-ayt Mas. 16 and L7 Kast Columbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX.
' Cholera, Bilioni Cholic, and
ALL PARIS IN THE 6T0IACH & BOWELS.
Made ley GEO. R. LIGHT, f ,'
WBOUIAU DBUQOIBT, , QUTOIXTIAtl.
FOB BALK BY JOHN D. PABK. BUIKe'bRK.
STINK A and Trngl)ta wntrally. Onl.r left
at WiLM&MKnx A Hatiisld, fio. 41 Walnut street
vrUlbe attended to.
WilaataovJ
jl. a.. j. ' I :
or IP "V t
AFTER MANY TEARS OF PRACTICAL
exporience In the art of Aluilard-niakinir, the
proprietor ofi'iir the above brand of Stuatard to tho
fiubllc, guaranteeing it a strictly pure article, miinn
actured from the best cjualltyof seed, carefully t
lected with the dnelgn of produclnga Mustard HTJPB
RIOR IN FLAVOR AND PCNQKNOY T( ANY
NOW IN CSX. We have no hesitation inlsavine
thatall lovers of good Mustard will find the I, X. L.
to be that which they o freqoently Sill to obtain,
BITJBTARD THAT 19 BIU8TABD.
WOrd.rt promptly filled. t(i' t
- ... IIARRI80JI A VlllJoN, '
je!4 , Oft nnd 101 vVnlnot.srreci.
Composition. Roofingr
THB nndorstjrned li nrepartd to put oa
Compotition Boofof tb beat duality at short
notice. I
Office In J A B. Tim.' Carriage Beposltarr, ar-
nev Third aad Vine. , , , ., ,1
sVsT Itoiling material cnastanttynn haJtd and for
sift. ey-en J. H, 6itfl.
I h kmM ' a at r " " u u " 1
RAILROADS.
RAILROADS. JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
TjlOTJR DAILY TRAINS LBAVfl THB
of
Tralns'wn rougii'to lArflanifpvjili. lnt4 9tm
dusky and CleveranJ wlthont change of car, .
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, Srt
rnandNorth-wosterncltlns.
A. Da- KXFKKMH TRAIN (Oolumbuallm,
wlilch isseveu niinutcs faster than Cincinnati (for
Cleveland and rlttebilrg, via Helsware, makes close
cbhnectioh at Orottllne. for Pittsburg, BaltlAor,
riillailolphia and Ke York; ahd at Cleveland fot
Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston andNoW York. Alflovecif"-tiw-ts
at Dayton with Dayton and Michigan Kflad for
Troy, Piqna, Sidney, Limn, Toledo, Ketrolt, Fort
Wayne and llhicugo, roachiug Toledo at :). Detroit
at 6:00, aud Chicago at 7:30 P.M.. Hulucy tiid (lalen
at 7 A. M. Also, at Dayton with Uroenvilleand Miami
Hoad, for Oreenville, Union, Winchester aud Mun
ch), . Also, conucctsat Blchmoncl with Indiana Caa
Iral Howl, for Indiauapoli.. Lafeyelte, Chicago, Terra
llante, St. Louie, and nil Western cities. Also, at
Kichuiohd with Oinclnnstl and Chicago Road, for
An Jt.r ion, Knkonto and Peru. Also, conneota wta
Junction Kailioad at Hamilton fur Oxford.
Hi. M. HIA1L TRAIN For Dayton, 8prlliS
ndd and ftandiukv Conuects at fsndimky vlth
HTBAMKH for DBTR0IT;t tlBIIANA forCOLDM
BUH; at Foryetwitb j'ltttbnrg, Fort Warneand Chi
cauu lloail. KAHt and Weal: at Civile with fl. and Te.
ledu Koad for Cleveland and Buffalo, lolodo, Detroit
and Chicago, ' Tblt train also connects at DKlA
W AUG with the (J., C. A C. Kotd for Cleveland and
E lints oati alaoconneett at Hamilton with J uaotiu
aliroadfor Oifonf, ' ' ' '
d30 P. M, THAIN-For Dayton. BprlnarWa
and Sandusky Connects at Forest with I'ittiiliuraJ
Fort Wayne and Chicago Itoad, Last aud WMtj at
Clyde with 0. andToledo Koad for ClnveltudangSof
falo, Toledo, Detroit aud Chicago. Also, connectsat
HIchmoTid for Indianapolis, Term IlaiiU, tit. I.oola
and Ohlcafto. Alao.ocnnucttwith JiiuothtaBaOrotd
at Hamilton fortlxford.'
. 6 P. SI. TRAIN For Dayton, Troy, Plqua, SM
tloy, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wayae aad Wl
cauii. reaching Vhicago at A. M. ,
(M-The 6 aud a A it. traUt coaaeot at Usraltal
with ateamers tor Bulfalo. ,
For further Information and Tlokets, apply at th
Tioket. oftltea nortli-oast corner Front and Bread,
way; No. Itt Walnut.atrwt, nir Oibton House;
tbe new Ticket Olllee.on the Went aide cf Tln.-treet,
bctwoen 1'oatolllce and Burnt t House; at th WaantP
Streot House, or at the Six lb-street Depot.
aula D. MiIkKKN, Huperintenrieal.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
' Four Trains Daily- '
THBEB THR0U3H EXPRESS TRAIH8.
'First Train Mo. 1 Rxpmis.Ht A A. At., connect via
Colambus andUleVIand,vla('olnmbus,UrestllbeMid
Pittsburgh, via Columbus, Otoubenviile Bnd Pitts
burgh, DetroitvlaClevolandAudstnamer. This Train
ttops, between Cincinnati and Oolutnbtts, at Love
land, DeeiHeld, otorrow. Xenia, Cednrvlils, ttuuth
Charleston, London and West Jefferson.
Mecond Tialn- No. 2 Kxpross, at 8:34) A. M., ocnnsclil
via Columbus, Dellalr nud Bounood; Wbewliug: via
floliiuibus, Stenhonvlllnand Pittsburg; viaOolurabnn,
Orcatlilio and Pittsburg: tla Ooluinuue nnd Clevn.
land; Detroit, via Cleveland aud steamer; Whit Sul
phur station, via Bpringlleld. This Train flops bo
lircori Cincinnati and CcHtmlms, at Plainvtll, Jill
font, Jilam'ville, tnveland. Deerflold, Morrow, flor
win, Rpritig Valley, Xeulaand London.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:40 P. v.. far
Oolumbriinnd Bprlngfleld.
Fourth Train Night Kxprras, at 11) P. H. ran
nents vlaOolnmbut.Bellairantl Benwood; WheellsaJ
vlt. Oolambna, Bteubenville and rittshurg; via Co
lumbus, Crestline and Pittsburg: via Columbus and
Cleveland. This train stops at Lovnland, Morrow,
Corwlu, Xeniaand London. SLhslI'INO CABH ON
THIS TRAIN.
No. t Binrcat. tbronffbtoClavnland wtthoatcbanfla
I. of oars. ,. .. ,
No. 2 Express, throngh to Wheeling without cktnga
of cars. '
Tho KIOUT KXPIfflSS Train lenvino OlncinnaU
atll:3nP. M runa dally, except HATllllDAYIi. Tho
sthor Trains run daily, except SUNDAYS. .
Foralllofornintlon,ftiid Through Tickets to Bos
ton, Now York. Philadelphia, liiiltlmore, Waehln(i
ton, Buffalo. Nianara Falls, linnkirk, CleveHno,
Pittsburg, Wboellna, and all the Eastern jlsces,
applv at the OtHcoe, W alnut Street Houee, No. 1 But
wx. House, south-diet oorui'i' ol Uro.tdwuy aad Front
atreota, and at the Eiwtorn I'epot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which ft atvtn stll
ntst faster than Ctucinnati Uiua.
i J. DUBANt), 8p't.
OmnibnaesrallforpaMengers by leariuu dlrocilon
at the Ticket Ofllcai. aiyl
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
S
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE NORTHWEST.
VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT LINE RAILROADS.
Only One Change of Vnrt beinmn Ciuoimati
and CJUoago, '
Three PnasngorTrninsliavi01nclnnatIdally,frsn
tho foot of MillandFrontstreeSr.
. 6:M A. M. Chicago Mall arrives at Icdlanascll at
10:30 A.M.; Chicugo at 7:2ft P.M. Thit trWn oon
neots with all nigut traiutontof Chicago, for tho
West and North-west.
12:ti0 M . TenWIaute and Laytayett Accommoda
tion arrive at finllannpolin, t S-.iiO P. M making
dii-ect connections at Indianapolla with Terre Hanle
'iialns and Indianapolis and Latayetts trains for
Dixsntiir, SprluRfield, Naples, tlulnry, Hannlbsl and
bit. Joseph; also with Porn traiut for Peru, ay
olid Toledo. . ,
6:0fi P.M. Chlrano Express arrives at Indianapolis
at ill: P. M.; Chicago at 7:411 A.M. Making clue
oonnectlontat ChicuRowith all morning trains ont
of Chicago, This train oonnect at Indianapolis
with Terra Baute trains for all point West and
Northwest.
Klvepingcani nro attached to all the night trains
on this lino, and run tliiougu to Chicago without
change of oara. - '
This is exclusively a 'Western and Korth-westen
Touto, and with mverable aud rollublo arrangement
with f.ll connoctl""! roada thiougbout tho entire
West, gnaraatees unusual care and Iho amplest a
oommodatlons to the nations ol this line.
Ktud Ito ure yon areln the right ticket office before
ron pnrchnen yonr ticket, and ask for ticket via
Lawrencebnrgandlndiiuiapoll.-.- u
Faro the tamo a by any other lout. Bagflagt
eb.ochd throuxh.
THHOOGH TICKKTB, gixd until need, can baoh
tnin id at the ticket olUceii, at Spencer House Corner,
nnrlh-eoat eorner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
not Houue Corner; at tho Walnut-atroet Uunae, and
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on Front street, where
al) necpaaary information may bu had.
Oinnlbnste ran to and from iaoh train, and w
or 11 foi passenger at all hotels and all parts of aba
Oity, b) leaving addrea at either office.
W. H. Jj. KOHLS',
tnylD General Ticket Ae.nl.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
SRSffltiMrt. Routi for
'XJ5BHH HAITTB, ' i
. X. LOUIS.
XAFAYKrTT;, : : "
CUICACIO,
r . ... LCOANflPOHi .
' . peku. ;
TWO DAILYTFROU(J(lT3AINSleavrBUthrstoM
4
I
- Depot, at 6 A. JO. and 4:30 P. II.
A. M.-lNTirANAPOLIB, Rl. LOOTfl A 0UV1A.
GO FA8T BXPIIE68. l'hrough direct. making cloit
eonnectioue for all other Wosteruand Sort h- ester
points. This Truin also connects at Uichmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, JEoko
no, Lngausport, aud all pointa on Wabash Yall.y
Ballruad. . i ' ' ' 1
t:ju t. ni. ii'iAnarui'is, imitjaiiu A BT.
LOUIS NIGUT EXPRESS. The above Vralns make
cl'ut ounnoctlon at Indtannpollt, LafayotieandChl
'icogo, with Trains for Torre Haute, Sprlnqfleld, Uock
Island, Ouleubiirg, Kenrshn, LuIVohro, .Jacksonville,
Panvllle.IltiriUigtnn, Jlilivaulieo, MatMon, Naples,
Galena. CJuincy, -Prulrla du Chien, Pana, Peoria,
Dunleitb, llacine, CocnUtr, Bloon;iiigtnii,.lollit, la
Snlla.BU Paul, and all townt and citiot Id tho North
woaf.
sTThrough Ticket given and Bnggnfn checked
flirouKh.-' ' , j ' ' n
For further lntbrmatlun and Through Tickets, ap.
ply to Ticket OUtrea, north-east corner ol Front and
Broadway; No, lw Walnut street, nnr Fourth; at
tonth-enst eorner of Fourth end Yin ttleet, or at '
th Sixth-street. Depot. , , '
, AT. MORROW, 'inporlatendent.
Omnlbaacs will call for pasaeng n ,ir ivuvlug their
a ame at either of tb Ticket Oft .
,1S W. H. i ' in J4, Agent.
'
QAN D Y I O A N DY
(8iHMtr to MraMAO,; ."'
.... l - . I .)"!.
MaHnfBcturen aiii WhoUMle Dwleii
FINE AND PLAIN CAJ. DIBS,
40 MAIN ITRBET, CINCINNATI
178PECrALLT TREATS DI8EABB3 Of
JCd THB SKIN, RHEUUATI8U. DIM BASH nr
WOMEN, and inch Chronic eomplaihte ss mayb
beuenttoa op to uygyeuio and Atmqpnthic tytl.m
oi nitoms. j' ,. i . i . .
" Tapor,. Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenic, Mreiiry, Th
kish,. Buttlan aud Electro-Chemical Si
cntnry of Medicine, and v.ry manner of Sla.trlt
and MairtMtl Apparatu. ' ' ' . . -,
KO. r WEST .IXTxMTBBjf.T.
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