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THEPEESS.
, orrici, 14 west fobbtb-btmet.
TUESDAY..
..SKPTKMBKH 97
THE ANGELS OF THE HOUSE.
1 TIs inlil that ever round our ptth
I The luwan anpel stray.
That give us blissful dream by night,
. i . And guard our atop by day.
. ilut there' an augel in the house, -'
Sleek, watchful aud sincere,
, That wispers words of hope to us
When mine beside are near:
, It it tho one, the chosen one, -
That's linked to ul for lifts
'J'ho angel of thohnppy homo,
The faithful, trustiug wife. ,
'Tia raid that angel walk the oiirlU-
f 'iu sure it must be so-
When round our path , scarce kcd ly us,
. Such bright things come and go.
Are then.' not twinge by our lido
; A fair aa angel are?
As puro, aa stainless, as the forms
i That dwell beyond the star ?
Yes there are ungels of tho earth,
Pure, lnnooent and mild;
The angels of our he arts and homos,
JSacli loved and loving child.
J. E. CARPENTER.
In the Wrong Room.
Tho wag of the Montgomory (Ala.)
Mail, "Simon Sug8," perpetrates this
good 'an:
A friend of ours, Who is liberally en
dowed with imitative powers, related to
us not long since an amusing adventure,
in which he played a prominent part, that
made us really envy his faculty for manu
facturing fun. Our friend was a lodger
lor the night at the Ploy a House, Macon,
(vcorria. To use his own language :
was lighted to a room in the fourth story,
at bedtime. I had retired and was en
joying my "self confessional." The room,
although rather elevated, was commo
dious. In the hypothenuse corner was
another bod. The moon, just over the
street, oould scarcely, with all its pene
trating" powers, force its inflected rays
into my room, owing to the cloudiness of
tho ntmesphere and the "bleached domes
tic" hanging before my windows. 1 had
been in bed perhaps a half hour, when I
heard footsteps approaching my door.
Tho door was opened noiselessly, and two
men came in 1 could see they were two
only when moving, however. My first
thought was of apprehension ; but upon
thorn going silently to bed, 1 resolved to
play off a Tittle joke npon my neighbors.
I began to imitate an old man of the
country, with his offclide voice and lung
splitting cough. By his side apparently
lay his beloved companion, wedging in a
word or so of advice, when opportunity
"rod a chance. F.vcn the innocent
ch. ' was not forgotten aroused by tho
infant . -.s 0f its parents, it manifested
rcstiossne. plantive mailings. "Old
its vexation bj , furious at the distur
bcloved becanh. ..edt,e.8pieenupoa
Lance-mamma ventu.
baby, and confusion fa af
over in my corner. About k 1
saw a head pop up from the othex ,
Miob, Rob l'r whispered tho head. D
burst my timbers if we havn't m.e a
mistake and got into a family room.
,'01d man whispered the old woma. a
4.,i;.w wmi ham- some one at the door.
UIUU V IV -a .
"No, no! go to sleep you are always1
thinking about ghosts."
The "head" brought out from under
the cover a body, and the legs. "Bob,
said the "head," "you can stay, if yon
are a mind to, but I'm going, and out
came head, body and legs, followed by
l!ni, "nnw aroused to consciousnessot
She peculiar delicacy of his situation. Jso
lime' was token to clothe themselves, for
t.i '.- vmmp.diatclv onened. and
tho'' "-Bob" disappeared.
...vi.ti the nerve I nosessed
fnZk while my neighbors
' Z,nhrt eentne"oiaDeiovea
the conversationbc
hSdlTSow d oy the
and "Bob" entered the
preached my bed. I feigned . heJg;
i'Tou see you are mistaken,'; ok"1 J"
bar-keeper. "I tell you," rep. Je
"head," "that Bob and I were in th.4 "
vonder; see where we rumpled it--t.u
wo heard a man, his wife and I don .
know how many children over nere in
this corner." .
The muscles ot bar-keepers chock
began to twitch, and Bob seemed touohod
with awakening intelligence.
As profound as was my slumber, I
could scarcely help from roaring.
"Do you think that fellow has been
playing a prank on us?" asked the "head."
"Well, it kinder looks that way," says
tho bar-keeper.
Tho "head" approached my bed, laid
his hand roughly upon my breast and
shook me violently. ' " ;' ' ' ,
"Stranger, stranger, said he, "where b
that woman and baby?"
1 yawned and stretched, and rubbed
open my Bleep-loaded eyes, and appeared
astonished at the unexpected visitation.
"Where's that woman and baby you
had here?" repeated the "head."
"What woman and baby are you speak
ing of?" said I, in utter amazement.
'Ah, poor innocent young man! how
suddenly ignorant you are. Get op from
your bod and follow us instantly."
"Hut sir, I-'.'
"Get up, I say."
' '-1 naif arose, vet hesitated. The look of
the "head" was austere; yet bar-kcoper
and Bob were smiling.
"Get out of bed, and don't keep us here
nil nieht." '
I was a little irritated at this; and
imrinirint'td the floor, I demanded the
cause of my being disturbed at that hour
.if ihn Tiiirhfc.
"Xo harm will be offered you stranger,"
said the bar-keeper, with a half-choked
laugh. '
f' "For hiding that women and baby,
laid the "head," with a smile struggling at
the corner of his mouth.
"What do you wish with me?' said I,,
hastily, pulling on my clothes.
. ; i "Arise and follow us," said the "head,
in a deep, sepulchral voice ; "you are to
meet the fate of the royal beast, who was
drowned in a butt of malmsey.' "
Having finished. my toilet, I followed;
my curious visitor to' the "hole in tho
wall." I. was led up to the bar, and called
upon in the presence of his Honor, who
presided Denina, wj wmo iuji uumewiuu
of my capital offense. Bob exploded, bar
keeper swallowed his quid, trying to save1
his breath whOe "his Honor half closed
his eyes in exstacy.
. 'Give ms," said the "head" in an au
' thoritative tone, "some wine. ' Let it
Jarlr fnr the criminal, that with it he may
drown the-' recollection - of his deed
darkness. Give to us pale wino, that
pnoy bide the frightful vision that drove
' the blood from our cheeks in its health
jiving body." . . -,
How Drought Benefits the Soil.
"Dry and hot! Hot and dry 1 How
much everything suffers for the want of
rain ! exclaims the lnrmor, ns the empty
clouds melt day by day from his sight;
but chemical science shows us that
drought Is one of tho material causes to
restore tho constituents of crops, and reno
vate long cultivated soils. ; xlie "why and
wneroiore 01 this we may nero ropro-
anee. oonaenseu irom a paper Dy l'roi.
Riggings, chemist of tho State Agricul
tural Society of Maryland :
l he loss of mineral matter from tho
sou results from the facb that it is taken
up by growing crops, and also carried
away by the surface water flowing into
stroams and thence into the sea. These
two causes are always in operation, and
were there no sources of supply, would in
time render the earth a barren waste.
The dimunition which arises from con
tinued cropping is in part restored by
manures, and the s;une is true of the con
stituents washed from the soil by surfo.ee
draining: but this snirmlvis small, nnnnr-
tain, and of limited application, and
Providence has provided natural aneans
to restore lost mineral constituents to our
arable land. At intervals, droughts occur
to bring up from the ' deeper u'ader-soil
food for the use of plants when, the rains
shall again fall to dissolve and bring them
into action.
A drought acts upon the moisture in
the earth as follows : Burinp; dry weather
a continual evaporation takeis place from
the surface soil, above that supplied by
rain and dew, which creates a vacuum
(so as far as the water in the surface soil
is concerned,) that is at once filled by
water rising from the subsoil extending
deeper and deeper as the drought contin
ues and the moisture is inhaled a circu
lation of water in the earth the reverse of
that which fauces place in wet weather.
This progress io the surface of the water
in the earth manifests itself strikingly in
the drying up of springs and wells, and
streams which are s upported "by springs.
Not only is water thus brought to the
surface of the earth, but alf.o all that the
water holds in solu tion. "i'licre aro salts
of lime and magnesia of potash and soda,
or indeed whate ver the subsoil or top
strata of the ea.-rth may contain. The
water on reaohin t the surface is ovano-
rated, but leave a behind its lime and
potash, its pho gphates, silicates, carbo
nates una salts- -all indinensablo to the
'rowth of the vegetable nroduets of the
farm. Rain wi iter, as it falls, will dissolve
but a very sma 11 portion of some of those
substances ; b' it whon it "Jsinks into the
earth, it then becomes strongly imbued
with carbonic acid from tho decomposi
tion of vegetable matter in the soil, and
thus acquires tho property of readily dis
solving mineral s on which beforo it could
Scientific Artisan.
,
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be
of
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!
MEI ICHANTSf ATTENTION.
W E ARB NOW PREPARED TO DO,
. t 7 J-101"?" ud In the latest and
most faith louobloatyle, all kinds ol
J ob Printing,
SUCH AS
jjji'.LS Or
DRAVTlUKBTSi
ACOTIO'N BIJjLS;
CIIKCKS
COKPSi
DEEDS;
mooBAuaiisi
HILLS OF FAKK;
LETTER HEADS;
ilOKTGAOES;
L'lHCUliABS;
couroMb;
1'OLICIES;
fOSTEltS;
G A'm. ZD JB;
EAILEOAD
AND
STEAMBOAT WORK,
ix rir srn at momkaii fricu.
FRANCISCO & CALDWELL
A. C. STULB,
A TL ANTIC CABLE RESTAURANT AND
il WIMB AND LAUER BEER g A LOOM, Mo.
71 Westtrn.row.Clnelnnall, Ohio.
aTar My bar is st all times inppllad with ah.Iee
Liqnora and Cigars, itam
SEWING MACHINES.
YOUNG'S
Improved Two-Threaded Lock-Stitch
FAMILY SEWIN G MACHINE
$35, $30 and 35.
TIIE SATISFACTION WHICH THESE
machines hm Riven to those who 1it heti
using tbera, in all kinds of Family Savins;, Uvirta us
to recommend tnoin to the public, wltli the fullest
confidence that the? will give entire aailnl'act ion
wherever nsod. Aside from all kinds of sewing, ther
EMiiaoiDKB boantlfulir. Tory aro in all respects, as
rt'ff-ird s theoxecution of work, first -rlw machines.
They are now on exhibition at the JTnlr. We shall
take pleasure in explaining the working ot oar ma
chines, and (five apecimene of our work to all who
will favor na with a call at our sale-rooms, corner of
Vine and Fifth-streets, oror Cola A Hopkins's store.
To persons residing ont of the city, who will in
close us a three-cent stamp, with their adilress, we
will sand our circular, with apecimens of work.
W1LT3EK BRslTIIKRS. A items,
War Afeats wanted throughout Ohio and Kea-
tucky.
eulSani
t$0. $30. $30. $30,
MOORE'S
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitch
SECTORED BY RECENT LETTEBS PATBNT.
TniS MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO
KOUNCKD by all competent Judara, who
have seen it, to be tho best and most desirable Fam
ily Sewing Slaehiue ever introduced, reaardlpss
of price. It will sow all kinds of family goods,
from tho very thickest to thevery ilnest fabrics made,
and uses all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 2116.
No oil la uhpiI on t.ipol tho Mnchlno.
Send for a circular, or call and boo it in operation.
Upon early application, State and County Sights may
bo secured.
Aneaorgotio person can make a fortune In a short
time. Agents wanted in all unsold territory.
II. C. BUItT.IIAN,
8c le and exclusive agent fnr tho United Slates,
aepl-ifmt t)S Wesc Fourth-street, Cincinnati.
BBMOVAIi.
G.C.KNIFFIN&Co.
BKALM8 IN
IADD, WEBSTER & CO.'ii
. (Latollant, WaUsUr tUs.'s,)
SEWING MACHINES,
No. 6 Fourtl)?treet, CJiiclnnati.
On tho 1st of October e will removo t
No. 80 West Fourth-street,
GAZETTE BUILDING.
L sepia)
SLOATaCO.
SEWING MACHINES,
Clncipnti, omce34 Went Fourth street.
jP THOgE INTENDING TO PURCHASE,
wo desire a personal investigation of tho com
parative merits of those Sowing Machines with all
others In the market,
anil FRANK HENRY, Agent.
KELSEY & CO.'S
SEWING-MACHINES
Office 30 West Fourth-street,
CINCINNATI.
VM-K ASK OP A DISCRIMINATING
ntllllic. ill IMimilit Off, t-nlinhl. Kr.ivinfl.Ma.
rlilne, the mnut rigid comparison of tho merits of
theiieMacliines with all others in the market. Vt'e
court il, being sum it will rosult iu our favor.
. W. IIARKINGTON k CO.,
Agents).
SEWING MACHINES.
rrhti Ihduccd lo $50, $T5, 0110 omit f 125.
8lnger' New Fnmlly Sewing machine,
The price of which Is only $V, ia a light s ml elegant
ly decorated Machine, capablo of performing, iu the
beat style, all the sewing of a private family,
8lner Trnnsvcrae Wh little Mnchlnot
To be sold at S7!, ia a Machinn entirely new in its ar
rangement; it is very beautiful, moves rapidly aud
very easily, ami, for family use and light manufac
turing purposes, ia the very best and cheapest Ma
chine evor offered to tho public.
Singer's No. 1 Standard Shuttle Mnchlnc,
Formerly sold at S133, but now reducod to SI 10, la
known all over tho world. Every sort of work can
bo done with it.
Winger's No. 3 Standard Shuttle Mnchlne,
This is th favorite manufacturing Machine every,
wliero Trico, with table complete, f 12$.
W Send for a Circular.
JAMES SKARDOK,
Agent for J. II. Singer ft Co.
No. S Bait Fourth street,
jeH-t - 01NCINNATI, OHIO.
EVENS'
MANUFACTURING
SEWING MACHINE.
I believe I make the beat Lock-atitch Hewing Ma
eUinei, in the world. If the purchaser does not think
so after ail months trial, I will refund yon the
S30 ACTD $110,
Price of Machines.
OFFICE AND SALE ROOM 8 Directly on the
Mnrthweat corner Main and Fourth Itroets, over
Owen'a Jewolry eatabliahment.
UTAH kind! of eewing-JIachines repaired, and
light mHctiinory manufactured, at the 1'aotory, 187
Walnnt-at rest, corner Walnut and Fifl h.
BWAgeats wanted in othor cities to aell my Bew-ine-fllacaiues.
Address, 1'. EVAKH, Jr., Cincin
ami, o. airK
Gas Fixtures,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
WE HAVE ON HAND TnE LARGEST
variety and beat selected assortment of Oas
Kixturea in Cincinnati. conaiatiuBtof all that is new
or desirable in the tiaa Fixture line.
We warrant every t utture we aell to le equal, both
In material and finish, to anr that ia anld in thi. o
any other market, and in addition will juirantej
I hem to retain their color and remain perfect fo'flva
yeara irom uie time tney are put up oy us.
Call, oe, and examine our stock,
MoHENRT ft CARSON.
J j2l -cm 162 Main street, near Fourth
HI" ER CHANT TAILOR, 260 WA1.
XT NliT-BTItBET, above Bixth, is receiving a
ireoi silica 01 jiotua, uassimeres, vestinita and
Gents' Furnishing liooas. lie has engaged theserv
ires of an experienced and artistic Cutter, whose
works will bear tcstsmony tohisskill. Allgarments
warraniea 10 give snimiucuon, sepyam
"E1INE WINES, BRANDIES, 4c JOHN
JL' BATK8 lias on hand an extensive stock of line
Cherry, Port, Madoria, Claret, Champagne and Ca
tawba, Wines. A lao, fine Ilrandies. Jamaica Bum,
Holland (Jin nnd other liquors, which ha warrants
tine and of the best iiuality. For sale, National Thea-
ler unliving, cycamore-Biroci. sepi?
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
TITANUFACTURERS OP BAR. SHEET
"'Jt anu jMiiier iron, now oians, HiiiroaOHplkee
Kto. Also, Agents for the eale of Ironton Star Nails
nareroomi ao. i itast second street, Uincinnat
Ohio. , ,
awAllkjndi Iron made to erder. ' 1
J. J. BUTLER'S
Kxcclsior FInid Inks.
J Manufactory. 3f Vine St.' , M
fmril.MAM DISNEY, ATTORNEY
AT IAW, Chase Buildings, Ho. 6 Kast Third,
street. .n.Ci.r
, . . r
MISCELLANEOUS.
THE OLD DOMINION
..,.),. . i.j. 1. ,1. .. .
:.. '..! ' HNO ; '
E A POT;
AUIIlilR'S
SELF - SEALING
iPBUIT CANS
.,, . ' AND -
J" A DEIS,
The bant now In uao and all prepared for Sealing.
P R A T T'S
PATENT
Scir-Ycntllatlag
MILK- PAN
The greatest invention yet, Kvory houie-keeper
should have one.
,' ARTHUR, BURMHAM t aitttOt,
''' Manuftcturers of Patent Articles.
WTralo Depot fnr the West,
24 Kaat Pearl street, Cincinnati. ' '
JOSEPH II. GREEN, A sent,
frsr-flnd for a trade Circular. ul
SOUTHGATE house,
South-oaat corner of fllxth and Jilm, Cincinnati, 0.
' I" HE SUBSCRIBER HAVING RE5TEAVED
ms loaso of the Southgalti Hottae, and expended
a large .amount of mnttfy In painting, carneiiiiB, and
relurnlsblna It. Intfoi
It, introducing BathliiR-rootlm, Water-
closets, and overy poaalble convenience anil luxury
thrniiglu u t.lnvitcaa continuance
u t,tnviteaa continuauce pf the public pat
IJorBelaiJonflderit that the lloiito will bo
ronago,
found, with its
t m
icetlt improvements, in a better
condition than wheh first opened for the recoptionof
KUCStB. The InCat on nl'llia lint.il l.Mnh.l and m..
yonlent, either for tip-town visits or dowu-tewn
ninlnew. Meals aro rosularly served at the table
Uhoto,or In rrivato roonis, and furniBheil at all
hours. The terms aro $1 per day, and accommoda
tion equal to any $1 m p,,,. jay i,M0 in (s ciy,
Tho houno will bo kept open niglit and day, at all
hours. Omnibuses will bo In attendance to and from
tlto cars. Breakfast for early train. And for the
rest, the proprietor leavoa his guests to apeak for
him. sopl-uin i F. WATSON, Proprietor.
HENRY DAVID,
278 MAIN STREET, BETWEEN
SIXTH AND UEVENTH. Manufacturer and
Importer of Soans. Perfumorv nnd Ftinev Goodfl. lias
jmt received, per atenmor, a lot of Porte Moiiniars,
Cixar Ciisi'h, llrunhen, Combs, Perfumery, lleef liar-
row ami Fnncy Qooda of aildeacribtinna; also a com-
Dloinaatortiuc it 01 Hani Keren 01 extracts, wdic 1
lie in prepared to soli at a tlsiire lowerthan nny other
dealer in the cilv. Also, received this day from New
York, a Invito lot of David's lllue mid Black Writing
and Marking Inks which the subscriber will bo able
to aell at manufacturer's prices. Jobbers and ro
tailera will please call in and examine before pur
chasing elsewhere All kinds of Extracts at twenty
five cents per bottle, llomembor the place, 278 Main
street, between Sixth and Seventh. lepA
Wt B, DODOS,
rormerly of Hall.Dodda Co. I late Urban, Dodli A Oo.
W. IS. Dodds & Co.,
ANDricrnniM or TUl
OONOB.I3TX
Fire and Burglar Prooi
6. W Corner of Vine fc Second Streets.
' This ta the moat reliable FIBB AND DUltGlA
PliOOF 8AFK that Is made in the United States, and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be aold
at lower prices, and ia of better workmanship than
can be found elsowhere.
We hare a large assortment on hand, nnd are do
tormiDod to soil at prices that cannot fall to please.
Old Sales
Taken In exchange. 8BU0ND-BAND BAIIB 1
ways on hand a,t ttiiEtmy 3V price. 97H
V.IAnaiNtlH R. ; I B. V. tUlHUKWI.
BARKING E It &
Mannfacturera ot
CO.,
The Celebrated Tatent Combined
COOKING STOVES,
For WOOD or COAL. Tho moat convenient, eco
nomicnl and durable Cooking Stove ever invented,
for Bteamboats, Uotela, Restaurants and Private
Bouess. Cooking and boiling water for wash and
bath rooms, in Targe quantities, in any adjoining
apartment by the same re.
Warerooms, 21T Main St., Cincinnati.
M Bights to manufacture and sell these 8T0VTS
may be secured on application to the projrietora, at
tfteir ygamrooma- mm tl ,nj ?"fi7 .
ROOFING.
Saltonstall's Fire and Water Proof.
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC
COATING FOR ROOFS.
THE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
Coating for Metal Roofs, or any Iron Work ex
posed in use. Warranted to withstand the toverosl
tests of Heat, Cold, Rain, or Bulnhurio Acid, and re
main perfectly impervious to Water. It will not
melt, crack, wash or scale off. For new, old, leaky
metal roofs, or for canvai roofs, it is Ml per cent,
cheaper than auy other coating. All orders accom
panied with the caah or satisfactory references, will
be promptly filled, in any nnsold territory ISouthand
West 5f New York and Pennsylvania. For further
Infor mation, apply to
' , V. BOYS CO.,
Dole Proprietors and Manufacturers,
, est Beooad,.'treot Cincinnati, Ohio.
ROOFir.fi ! ROOFING !
miiE otjtcaxt" elastic me.
X T ALWC B00F1N0" la offered to the public
aa the heat and cheapest Metal Roof now naed, Its
merits tested by an experience of years In this city
and vicinity. Applied to Hat or ateep, eld or new
buildings. No solder uaed-fastoned securely with
out expoHtire to the action of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part of
tho United States, can be applied by any one with
ordinury mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
jylfi-tf 13 WestHeconditreet.
BlenelPs Blackberry Anodyne.
THIS MEDICINE IS OFFERED TO THE
public as one of tho beat, lfnotthevery hostmed
Icine that haa over been invented for Diabuiika, Dva
ENYKRV, Choleia Infantum, and all other derange
men m of the Stomach and Digestive Orsana. which
aroaopmainntand fatal in our country corrects
til U rJ red condition of the Liroriallaja Nervous
If 11. ris, sucu as is cim.eu uy 1 coining, gives
fei of ru Jenlthyactlon to the bowels, aud withal, ia
pi av,ni ,0 taxe. lya-nmt
Money! Money! Money!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
Ilemoved from So Went (ixtliatrect.
UTONEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW.
i.' KLHY anil all kinds of Merchnndlae, at low
ratrs tif interest, at No. 173 Vtne-etreet, between
fourutanufiun. m
GLASGOW AND NEW YORK
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
8TBAM TO 0LA8Q0 .tlVKRPOOL, BELFAST,
DUULlfl ANP LONDOMDKllBx
, roa 3o.
"' ro nrwTOB.
nin.ainWTnonison,WeiIneadsy, Aug. M, at 12 noon
KdiBDHrHnt vummiDg..neuneauay,.iune 1, -
Glnnanw, Thomson " July A, "
Kdltibiirh,Oummlcg.. " JulyJ7, "
rtoit ousaow.
Bdlnlittrithi Oumminj...8atnrday, Hay 1.
(ilnaicow, Thomson. ..Woduoaday, July 27.
EdiiibarKh, Cummiug.. " . . July,
Bates Of Passage from New York, Philadelphia or
Boston, to Glasgow. Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
Londonderry, first olasa, 873. HteerHgs,rouni1 with
an aounaance ot properiy-cooaeu provisiona, ;n.
Anexperionced Burgeon attached to eachstoamer,
Moenargeior meoicinea. 1
ro jrreKnt or jt-asa au u, nvgir to ;
ap37
110 lit
uuaiu. ir
' Broadway.
FRONT - STREET FACTORY
' ASIB -
LUMBER DEPOT,
No. IS; East front Street, bet. rike and Butler-it'l,
- Hentn-slde.
HAVING FITTED UP THE PREMISES
with-the most Improved kind of machinery, 1
am prepared to furnish, at ahort notice, all kinds of
House nnd rlteamlioat, Carpenter anil Joiner's work.
8nch, IlliniU, Doers, Frame nnd Moldings, of all
description. Steamboat Lumber, Weather-hoard-ng,
Shingle", Siding, Flooring, Ac, kept constantly
on hand. Particular attention raid to planing, rip-
riintr Hint scroll sawing. Heavy framing lumber ran
u planed and trued 40 font long.aud SOlnehea wide.
Peraons about to build, will find It to their advan
tage to give mea call. . WM. JONKH,
au2?nn Proprietor
'''' ''' 1''
INSURANCE, -i ? :
BY STATE AUTHORITY,
Incorporated 1819. Ckrter Pcrpetttal
i f"AKe,,fT eatabliBhed In Cinclnnall in IMS, an
tedating all present local IneuranceCniiipiiniea and
Agencies in the luaurance business In thlat lly. ;t.
years constant duty here, combined with wvulth, ex
perience, eriterprlo ahil lllientlity, esrcclitlly com
mend the AlTlTA jiiauranTe Coinpnur IV tbh fathra
bm naf roiag of lliis cohiiiiunlty-stainllintwdiUry
atul alone, the solo survivor nnd living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of lSi5.
Loaso pnidlnCiiirlimml ilnrlnti pnat l'ive
Venra, l15(i,051 -il.
Cash CapitalSl.000,000.
lABSOirTR AND UNIMPAIRED. WITH A
SURPLUS OP 1 ,030,43 80.
And the prestige of 40 years ancceaa and experience.
IftmTARfttg t i
Over $100,000 lit Ohio Seturities.
UPWARDS Ot? SI'i,000,000,I.OXES
uavo boen paid by the &tna Insurance Company In
the piwt 40 years.
Fire nnd Tnlnnd Navigation. Bisks accepted
at terms conaiatent with solvency and fair profits,
Kapecliil Attention given to Insurnuca of Dwellings
and Con ten le, for terms of 1 to .ty s.
Application mado to any dnly .nthorhed Agont
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
imate Insurance business, this Company in enabled
to offer both indemnity for tho pnat and security fur
thofuture. Policies issued without dolny by
J AS. H. CARTKlt, Agent, No. 4U Haiti street. .
A, F. PATCH, Assistant Agent.
H. K. MNDSEV, Agei't 171 Vino street.
J.J. HOOK Kit, Agent, Fulton, 17th Ward. au6
THREE-FO 1TKTHS "
. or THE
PROFITS OF THE BUSINESS
DIVIDED ANNUALLT
JO . . .:!..
POLICY-HOLDER.S.
'H'-lfr'r 1 4rit i',
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18 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
CASH CAPITAL 8300,000 00
A.-WETS, July X, 1S311 1)05,(IS1 Hi
LIABILITIES 18,514 3
riIIE ATIENTIOIT OF THE COMMIT-
JL N1TY ia rospeetl'iilly called to tlm following
features in connection Willi thin CompHiiy:
Fihrt lly InBiiriiiK in Ibis Company, the ndrant
ages of a Blntiml Insurance Company are obtained,
with tho nilditionaludraiilnitc afforded intheaocurity
given by an ample and reliiihie Cash ('apital a fea
ture not prevented by ordinary JtutualKiro luauranre
Conipaniea. 'i'lio dividunds to cuBlomors, alreaily in
clared, uro aa follows:
First Diviuon to Policy-IIolilors, 1M7, 3Vi per cent,
Second do. do. do. If'iS, 5(1 " .
Tltird ilo. do. do. 1S50, SO "
SKCOHn The security given, which imilready large,
will constantly incrcaao with chcIi year of Hiircessiul
operations. This is exhibited clearly in t lie follow,
lng statement, showing tho poaitiun of the Company
in each year since the now system was adopted.
J illy, lMti, Not Aasota of tho Company S Tn,S3 43
" 1H.'.7, " " " IIW,7I(I W
ISSH, " " " Ml ,!!, M
H 18.W, flross Assets, " Wfi,iil Hi
" " Llahilitica lti,bU 37
Tiuno Tho insured incur no liability whatevor,
while obtaining tltcso advantaceB of superior security
and clieapnuas. GEO, T. DUI', President.
H. II. Jiampobt, Secretary.
Cvni a Pkck, Aaaistaut Secretary.
SAM'I E. MACK & Co., Agents,
33 Wcat Tlilrd-Hlieel, Cincliiiintl,
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
Iinporlant Iiiipi'ovcmviit!
AVELLS' PATENT
WKiana only an lbsi mandfactcbkd,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, BY
BEXNETT&COm
lll21-m Rvcamore atreot, hel owjyj.
11IIE MOST RELIABIiE FIRE AND
. BURC.LAR PKOOB' HAFES.-They liavegivon
more aatisfartion than any other now in nse.
We offer ft reward of ONE THOUHAND lKH
I.AKS to any person that can, up to the present
time, alirwn single instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their contents.
W ith this BAP K we cnuiiengo an compeniion, aa
t,ain.F,i.a i.f ITire Pmif. Itumlar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Troof now made; and aro willing to
tost witn any osraoiisnmeni, .111 tne uiiuiii, nuu me
party failing first, to forfuit to the other, the sum
"'weare prepared to furnish n bettor Safe, and at leas
cost, than any other manufacturer in the United
States. . , . . ' .;
Pecond-lmnd Safes of other makers, also on hand.
We respectfully Invite the pnblio to call and exam
ine our stock; before purchasing elsewhere.
HALL. CABltOLL k CO.,
ngl2-nyr Nns. IS anil 17 East Columblastreet.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholic, and r
ILL PADiS LV THE STOMACH & BOWELS,
masle r GEO. S. LIGHT, .
WHOLESALE DRTJ0GI8T, CINCIKyATli
FOB BALE BY JOHN D. PARK, SCIRE, KOK
STINK A CO., and Druggist generally. Order left
at Willi ahkon & Hatfield, IHo. 11 Walnut street
will bo ntteimeo to, ' auis-iuovi
I. X. L.
MUSTARD.
A FTER MANY YEARS OP PRACTICAL
Jm. exporloniw in the art of MnsUnl-making, the
propriotorHorler the nbovo brand of Alnxtard to the
Jill one, KlinrHiiieoiiiK Ifc a .11 11.11J uuivnikitiv, 111111111'
tottifiul frnii, the heat nnnlitv 01 Bowl, careflillv se.
looted with tho design of producing a MnatardHDPK.
BIOR IN FLAVOB AND PUNGENCY TO ANY
NOW IN TJB11. We have no heettsiion in sayint
that all loveni of good Mustard will nnd the I. X. L,
to be that which they so traqoentiy tail to outnin, .
MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTARD.
VOrdor promptly ailed.
, ... ., 11. HARRISON WILSON,
j.14 ' ", ,; . , and 10 A Wnlnut-street.
Composition Roofing-.
FlIIE nnderslincd Is prepared to put on i
JsV imposition Koof of the best quality at short
11 Office In k B. Bruce' Carriage ltepoaitory, cor
ner Third and Vine.
Mr BeoSng material constantly o lianrj, nad for
ale. wci-im) , J. at. KV1ILK.
mam ;
an73aJ v7T5rrtS . ' ' ' '
RAILROADS.
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
P
10UE BAIW TBAIIT9 ; IIAVS TUB
fltrth.airn.t I,.t
I'm I mi rim tlirou ah t'n tndlanaiUSj Llmi Ban-
(inakyand Clevotandwlthont change otcdr"; ,.
Through Tickets for all Kan tern, Western, fiortfi'
ern nnd North-wealern cities.
41 A, IM. .Vl'RK!H TltAINfColumbnstlme,
whlcniSacten mitiutMs hater iban Olnciiinatli Kor
Cleveland and rittsiirftvia rieiavarn, niaaes eieav
Cllllliectlon Ut tiresilino Ittr I'llisnnrn, Jiniliraiirr,
filllllilelHila dud flew Tort; and tit Cleveland for
iiocta ut Dayton witli Davlou arid yliclifcam Rflad ft)?
jroy, rniua,
i. Hidiiov. Lima. Tolidn, Detroit, Fort ,
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Toledo at:!:.'ft, Ptfelt
at 4:1)0, and Chicago at7:'J0 P. il., Uuiucy and tialena
iit7 A.M. Also, at Dnyten with Oteeuvilluand Miami
K4an,.fnr Grt'ehtllle, Union, Winchester and Una
l ie, ,Alao connects lit Uhrlitnosd wllh Indiana Cea.
tral Boad,f(itIi(diahsieli3)Liireyette, Ch)cag!,Terr
II auto, St. Louis, and all Tfeafern cities. Also, at
lticbmoud with Cincinnati ami Wilrafto Roaxt, tot
Anderson, Kokomo and Peru, Alsil, cenneett wllk
Junction Kitllronil at Hamilton for Oxford.
H A. M, niAIl. TKAIN-lor Dayton, 8prl(ij
ftehl ami r)aniluaky Connects ut rlandiisky Willi
STKAMKR for DKTMOIT; at URBANAforCOLOM
BUB; at rarest with Pittsburg, FortM'ayneaoriChl-
vnsu i.unii, nan, aim ,,rn., , viiu. iiii v. Wiiu ii"
euo iinan tor Ulereianu into ounalo, Koleilo, netroic
1 nicaitp. Tnts train also ronnecta at HKLa
HR with the C. C.AC. Road for Cleveland and
piilnta EAsti iHs'iennrieat9atiainfltonTtilliJiictl.
4:30 P. W. TltAIN-t'or pxvCm. Sprlnaflelel
and tiantlusky ('cimects at forest wil! Pltjslrnrif
Kort Wayuo and Chicago Uoail, Jiimt aud lleati si
Clyde with C. and Toledo Houd llr Cleveland anc litlf'
falo, Toledo, Detroit itnilCliicnw. Alao,connertaat
ltirhmond lor ludlanapoliH, Terre Haute, Nt. I.ouis
and Chirngo. Alao, connocta with Juiiclioi iiuilroad
at llnmllton forOxfnrd.
1'. Bl, TltAIN For Dayton, Troy, riqua, Sid
ney, Llniu, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wayne und Chi
cao, reacliliig ('liii:ao at 8 A. II.
The 14 hiikI a A. M. trains connect nt Cleveland
with steamers for Buffalo.
.For further iuforniiitlou and Tickets, apply at tho
Tltkei ollicea nortliH-ast corner Front and Broad
way; No. Ib9 Vtilnut-alreet, near Olbaon lionae; nt
th new Ticket (lllice, on the want sloocf VinoJitreet,
between Pogtoltice and fin met llollSKt it the WalDSF
Btreotllou80,or at the Sixth-atrcot Depot.
aulS 1). Mcl.AREN. SupcrlntondW;
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Pour Trains Daily.
THREE lllROUaU EXPRESS TRAIN8.
First Train No, 1 B pivaa.ateA.nl., connects via
Columbus and Cleveland, via Columbus, Creatliiio aud
Pittsburgh, via Columbiu, tUeiibcnville and Pitts
burgh, DetroitvinCluvolaadaud steamer. This Train
stops, between' Cinciunati and Columbus, at Lore.
land, Drerfield, Morrow, Xeula, Codarviilo, South
Chavloaien, London and West JerTeraun.
SerondTrain No. a Expresa, at Hi'itA. M.,ronnofts
via Coliiintuia, Bullairnuii Kenwood; Wheeling; via
Columbus, Stciihe n vi Hound I'ittahiiru; via Columbus,
Crostlino and Plttdlmrir: via Colunioiis and Clem
laud; Detroit, via Cleveland and steamer: White Sill
pour Station, via tipringttoul. This Train stops hn
ivwu Cincinnati nnd Columbne, at Plainvllle, Mil
ford, Miamivllle, Leveland, DcerSeld, Morrow, Our
win, Spring Valley, Xeula nnd London.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:40 P, M., for
Giliimbus and SprlngReld.
Fourth Train Night Kvpress.at 11:50 P. M.; con
ntcts via Columbus, Dellalr and Benwood; Wheeling;
vh Columbus, Steiibenvillo and Pittahurg; via Co
hmbus, Crestline aud Pittsburg: vintJolumbus and
Olevoluud. This train stops at Loveland, Morrow,
Crwin, Xenla and London. BLEKFINO CARS Oil
THIS TRAIN.
No. 1 Express, through to Cleveland withontchanga
ofesrs.
No. 2Exproas, through to Wheeling wlthont change
of cars.
Tie NiailT EXPRESS Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:30 P. M runs dally, except SATURDAYS. The
othir Trains run daily, except SUNDAYS.
For all infbrmatlnii, and 't hrough Tickets to Bos
ton, New York, Philadelphia, llultiinore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Mngitra Falls, luinkirk, Cleveland,
Pit sluirg, IVhcelliic, and all tlm Kuaterii places,
apply nt the Others, Walnut Street House, No. 1 Bnr
net Ilouao, aonth-eiist corner oi Broadway and Front
Htrrotn, and at tho Kuaterii Depot.
Trains run by Columbua time, which is aevea minutes
J. DDRAND, Bup'l.
Omnihnaea call for pasaongers by leaving direction
t the Ticket Oflicos. Biyl7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE NORTHWEST,
VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Only Ont Change of Van ietueeit CtHctimaft
nni Chiannn.
Three PassongorTralnsleaveCincInnatidally, from
tliefootofMillaridFrontstreets.
6:.'K) A. Id. Chicago Mail arrives at Indlnnolli at
10:30 A.M.; Chicago at 7:20 P.M. This train con
nects with all night trains out of Chicago, for the
West and North-west.
12:t M. Torre Hauto and Laytayetto AecommotIa
tlon arrives at Indianapolis, at 5:(KI P. M., mi.king
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terro Haute
Trains and Indianapolis and Latayette trains for
Decatur. Sprlnglield, Naples, Qniiu'y, Hannibal and
at. Joseph; also with Peru trains for Peru, Ft.Wayne
and Toledo. '
6:(l P.M. Chicago Express arrives at Indianapolis
nt 111:30 P. M.; Chicago at 7:40 A. M. Making close
connections at Chicago with all morning trains out
of Chicago. This train conuecta at Indiannpolla
with Terre Haute train for all rointa West and
B'.eeplng 'can are attached tc all the night train!
on this line, and run thiougb. to Chicago without
Xhisi8 exclusively a Western and North-western
route, nnd with favorable and reliable arrangement)
with all connect!)' ( romls throughout tho entire
West, guarantees nnuaual care and the amplest ac
commodations to the patrons ol this line.
B-srUe sure you are in the right ticket office before
yon purchase your tickets, and oak for tickets via
Xawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same aa by any other route. Baggage
checked through. ... . .
THROUGH TICKETS, good until naed, can be ob
tained at the ticket Dittoes, at Spencer House Corner,
uorth-eaat corner Droadwny and Front; No. I Bur
net House Corner; ut the Walnut-street House, and
nt Depot office, foot of Mill, on Front street, whore
nil necessary information may be had. ;
Omnibueaea run to and from each train, and w
call for passengers at all hotels and all parti of thf
city, b) leaving address at either office.
. W. H. L. NOBLE,
my 10 , r,, .-. General Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
So
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
Great Through Route for
1MD1ANAPULIS, , ,
8T. LOl'18,
LAFAYKTTR,
. , . . , , CHICAGO, . , .
... . LOUANHPOBT,
r-OltX WATHB.
TWO DAILYTnitOUaiilBAINS leaveHixtb slreei
linnet, at e A. ill . ami a:df iu.
(I A. M.-IND1 ANAPOL1S, ST. LOUIS A CI110A-
00 FAST KXPltKHS.-Thronfihdlroct, making close
connections for all other Western and North-western
points. Thia Train also connects at Richmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago ttoada, for Anderson, Xoko-
mo. ueganapori, ana nil poiuu on tvaoasu ony
W?!' M. INDIAN APOLI8, CHICAGO HT.
L0III8 NIGHT KXPHK88. The above Trains make
closo connections nt Indianapolis, IinfnyiitteaudOhl
caito, with Trains for Torre Haute, Springfield, llork
jsiann, Maieaoiirir, nennxnn, ijai tosho, oncaaonviue,
Dauvillo. Burlington, Milwaukee,. Matloun, Naples,
Galena, tjulucy, Trairie dn Chlen, Pana, reoria,
Dunleith, Uaciue, Decatur, Bloon.ington, Jul let, La
Sulle.Bt. J'aul.and all town aud cilio in the North
went. .
awrrhriragb Tickets given and Basgngo ebocked
through. ",
For futtlier Information end Through Tlcketa, ap
ply to Tickot Otticea, north-oast corner ol Front and
Broadway; No. IM Walnut street, nenr Fourth; at
south-east corner of Fourth and Vina street, or at
the Sixth-troet Depot.
D. nit. MOItKOW, tiipo-.Intondent.
Omnlbnse will call for pasaeng ir, ; iuuving their
nsrnos at either of the Ticket Oil
...
y .UkV .t ?., v. W. H. ..'iir, Agn. ;
OANDY I OANDY
(Haccessor to living ACo,)
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Munufacturera aud WUoIeaale Donlen
-in-FINE
AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIN STREET. CINCINNATI
'' iL-liL". ' " " 5nr
int. swh mlsju:i;
EarKfelALiiV TREATS' DIREA8ES OP
TllK BBIN, BUKUMAT1SM, DISEASES OF
WOMEN, and eurli Chronic complaints as maybe
benefitted by the Hygyenlo and Atmopathlo aystain
of hla office
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenic, Mercury, Tur
kish, Russian" and Biectro-Clionilcal Baths, a Die
pensaryof Modiclne, and every manner of Electric
and alajuetlo Apparatus, . .
" NO. 67 WBST B1XTH-BTRKIT,
sOTOfflce knr S A. M. te I P. M. ault tff

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