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THE SONG MY MOTHER SINGS.
It i lliosiing my 'niother sines.
And Kladly do X list I lie Hlntiii, '
I nover bear It lull ii brings "
Tli wish to hoar It miik as-iin. .
She brcntlied it FJi me'VricHijo, ' " '
To lull me to my Inky lent,
And she lnurmereri sort Mint Inw
l slept iu peace upon her breast.
Oh, Reiill. song, tlxxi hast n tliruui;
01 nilgai tciiies within t lie spoil:
I feel that 1 shall love fliee lung,
And rear I love litre iu too well;'
For though I turn to hear thee nov) 1
With doting irtiinco of warm ii'lir.ht,, '
lu after veins 1 know not how ". . '
Thy plaintive toiiH may dim oir
That mother's volci will I lien Iv' H(IH
1 bear it fuller day byilay ,
It auiimli-tli I Ku u I 'iiniaiu till ,
That trembles ore It Craaeth Pl'O'.. . : ,
And then this lirarli ifwo (""it'1' i!.
Will tlnil mi anxui.h In tin ell, . .
'Twill wish it could notlovii no loiiij, ...
Or Unit it had mil loved ,o aell. ,
)
The Last Scene of Washington's Life.
Irving's new 1 ji t'e" or Washington litis
just been .ppmpleted.; Mr. Irving brings
the work tp d close with tho following
description of the final scene i ..
Winter hnd now set in, with occasional
wind and rain, and froat, yet Wihinijton
still kept upliis active round of in dom-and
out-door avoofitioiyas kid' diary i reoorda.
llo was' in full health and yipr, dined out
occasionally, and hud frequeiit guwta ut
-Mount Vernon and, as' usiuil, Hus bart oi'
every day in tho saddle, goinj fhi) rounds
of the estate, and, in his inilitarjr. jihra'seT
olojiy, visiting tho oiitposts," .'';, . .,. ; ,'
llo had reci'titly walked : with hia fa
vorite nephew about tho grouniL",' show
ing the ,; unprovemcntS ; Ji.a intontled ' to
make, hpd especially - pointed out. the
spot where he proposed,, building a new
family vault; the old ono damaged by tho
roots of frees, which had overgrown, it
and caused it, to leak, "This' chauge,"
said he, '"1 shall muko iiret of all, for I
may require it before the retv.'' ,i ' ' ,'i
"When"! parted from hiia,';added'4he
nephew,' "lie : stood oa the itops'. "tot . the
front door, where ho took leave of tiiyaelf
and another, i It was a hrlght frosty doom
ing; , -lie, had taken his usual ri'und the
clonr1, 'healthy flush -on hia cheek, and his
sprightful manner i brought "th.U remark
from hoth of us that we had ridv'fiepn
the General look m well. - 1 have some
times thought him tlio handsomest nmu I
ever saw, and when in a lively inood; mi
full or pleasantry, so agreeable, fc till with
whomho associated, that 1 conld hardly
reali.e that he was the same Washington
whoso dignity awed nil who '-approached'
In in.
r'or some time p.uit VVaslifrigton hiul
been oecuiied in digesting" r doinplota
system on which his eatntc ttflp",' ti) 'he
managed,; for several sueeceding yenrj ;
specifying- the cultivation of -the 'several
farms, with tables . designating the rota
tion of crops. it oMypiol 'thirty folio
pages, and was executed with .tho clear
ness and method which characterized nil
bin business papers,. J'hiri , wan linisltfld
on the .1 Oth of jlecomhor,. aiiilr wai ac
companied. ly a lattes of that date tO'liis
manager' or steward, it iij,.aJvfllnable1
doounicnt,' ehou'itig the soundness .and.
vigor of his intellect at this; ndvaneed
Rtaw'of bls.:ejk.iitenco, and. the love, of.
order thnfc roigned tlirotighout ids allairs.i
"My greatest anxiety, fan! t"1, mi pre
vious occasion, "is to htiVe all these eon-.
oerh'sin such "ii1 dear and distinct form
that no reproach may attach itself to nie
when 1 have taken , "my tlepurturo fur the
Ituid of npiritd." , ' . , . ,
According .td , his .'Jisry, the' morning on
whielithotfUy, voluminous . ipstriictions to.
hiR Htoword wore dated,' was 'clc.i'i!, 'and,,
calm, litit' the afternoon was lowering.
Th(S next day lltht-he notoit there wits
windUMl,4:ain, .and 'tijJaiglif... large
circle'roun1 the niooa." ' "... "
Tho morning of the 12th was overcast.
That morning he wrote a letter tfl HainiU
ton,' heartily ' approvitig of platV forra
military cadcmy, which ,tho latter'bad
pubmitted to the Secretary of AVar. .
Ahout ten o'clock he niountcd bishorse
and rdde outfits u.ual: to iuitke the rounds
of the estate,. Th 6 oniinoati ring around
the' rt'aon,: which' he had observed' .the
preceding night, proved a fatal portent.
"About one, o'clock," ho notes, ''it began
to rain, soon after tohnil, and then turned
to a settled , cold raio." " Having on. an
ov.ercoat, lw continued his ride without
regarding the weather, and did not return
to his house, till after three. : .'
His secreDary approachetl - him' with
letters to bo fnanked, that, theymiglit he
taken to'the " postofflee ' in the" evening.
Washington franked the letters, but ob
servctfTTiIMri at wfalh c? flrBRT"W6 ? Jmd i to
endyvJnfwitlriiii?m.i;eur
poreeived tlmt sno-,v was hanging from
his hair, andVexpresfed his fears ihu.( he
ha4. -got .wot; but he replied,, "N'b, his
great coat had kept liim dry." J is dinner
hud been waiting. for liiiUj Jie.sat down to
table without ctiangirg' his 'dress, "In
tli -.evening,!' writes Jtis pcerctary, "he
iippeared as well as usuiil.", ....... :'.",:'V-
On the Jollowing morning the snow was
three Snehedeep nwl still falling, which
jircvented him from taking his usual ride,
lie complained of a sore throat; and had
evidently taken coiil. ttie day bclore. In
thejafiera'pun tlio. weuther cleared np, and
he w6ntt)ut on the grounds between the
house, and the river, to mark some trees
which ,wero, to be cut down). A hoarse
ness -which had huag about him through
the day grew worse toward night, hut no
made fight of -it. , . p
Jffl'wtw 'vcry cheerful in' the 'evening,
its he sat in the parlor with Mrs. Wash
ington and Mr. Lear,'-amusing himself
with the, papers which had been brought
iVnm'tlie postollice. Whrtn ho mett with
anything interesting r entertaining, ho
would read it aloud as well (H his hoarse
iipss would permit or.. he, listened and
raadtf, occasional eontmentt, while Mr.
I oar-read tho' debates of tho 'irginia
Aascnihly. '
l)n rotirin to hci!t Sir. iA-ar Hitggestnd
Uiathe should takq somethinj' to relieve
hia cohl. -"No," replied he, "Let it go as
it came.".
; Inho night be waa extremely ill with
ague 'and difficulty of breathing. 5c
twecn tvrtj nnd threo o'clock in tlte morn
ing, ho, awoke Mrs AVnhington , who
would have risen to call; but ho would
not permit her; le.it the alionld tako cold.
At daybreak, when ; the, Hervntit-woman
ontereS to make a fire, bIic wqi Font to
call ir: Lear:"' Ho Ibtind the (lennral
breathing with great difficulty, and hardly
tible to utter a word intelligibly. Wash
ington desired that Ir. 'raik, who lived
in Alexandria, should be sent for, and
(
T
i that in the mean time Rawlins, one of tho
overaeoT3 should be summoned, to bleed
him before the d itor could arrive.
j ; A "iirglo was prepared for his throat,
j but Xvhciievpr he attempted to swallow
j anv of if , he vV.-i iMmvuiseuj, and almost
: suifoeaied.'. Ilmvlins luado his tippeiiranoo
i soon iii'ier Minrise. but when the General'
I arm wits remly fur the operation ,. he
I becamo atjitHii"!. "Don t ne ttirain, snui
! the Ooneral, r.s well us ho could speak,
j lluwlins mitdo an ititd.doa "Tho orifice
1 is not large enough," said Washington,
Tho blood, however, run pretty freely,
and Mrs. Washington, unoertuin whether
tho treatment wits proper, and fearful
that too nmch blood might bfl taken,
begged Mr.-hear to stop it. When he
was about to untie the string, the General
put up hia hand to- prevent Mm, and as
soon ns he could speak, murmured, "moro
moro. " but' Mm. Washington 'h doubts
prevailed, and the bleeding was stopped,
. after about half a pint of blood had been
taken. . external applications were now
math) to thq throat, and his fcat were
bathed in warm weather, but without
affording any relief.
His old friend; 1'r. ( 'raik, arrived lie
twoen eight nnd. nine, and two other
physicians, Drs. Dick and Jrown, were
called iiii . -Various remedies were tried,
and additional bleeding, . but till of uo
aVltlh iuft .:..,.'!. .
i :"About balf-past four o'clock," writes
Mr. Lear, "he desired me to call Sirs,
Washington to his bed-side, when he
requested her to go down iuto bis room,
and take from his' desk two wills which
She would find there, and bring them fc
him, which she did. 1'pon looking ut
theiu, he gave her one, which ho observed
was useless, as being superseded by the
other, and desired her to burn it, which
she did, and took the other and put it
into her closet. '
"After this was done, 1 returned to his
bedside and took his baud. ' He said to
ine: '1 find I am going ; my breath can
not lust long, 1 believed from tlio first
that tho disorder would prove- fatal. Do
you arrange all my military letters uud
papers. ' Arrange my accounts and setibs
my books, as you know more about them
than any ono chc ; and let Mr. Itawlins
finish recording uiy other letters, which
he has begun. I told him this would bu
done, lie then asked uie if I recollected
anything which -it was essential for him
to do, as ho bad a very pliort time to con
tinue with us. I told' him that I could
recollect nothing, bat that I hoped he was
not so near his end; -Ho observed, flail
ing, that ho certainly wns, and that as it
, was a dobt we all must pay, ho looked to
the event with perfeet resignation.
. In the coursa of the afternoon, ho ap
peared to be in great pain and distress
front tbe diflieulty of breathing, and fre
quently changed'liis posture in iha bed.
Mr. hear endeavored to' raifo' him and
turn him with as miich easo as "possible;
"I am afraid 1 fatigue you too much," the
(ienornl would say. Upon being assured
to tho contrary, " Well," observed hj
gratefully, 'It is. a debt we most pny t-
rnch other, nnd f hopo' when yotv "WBrit
aid of tliis kijul,' you will find it".;' ' '
His se'rvai itw CUrisiophcr, had been in
the room durirg the day, and nhutst. thc.
whole Mime on Im teot.,i Jhe t.icnere.l
noticed it in the- afternoon, -find kindly
told him to pit down, '
About live o'clock his old ' friend. IV.
t'raik, came again into the room, nnd ap
proanhed ltis bed-sidp. "Uoctor,'', vaid
the Uonorl, ''I dio hard, but 1 am not
afritid to ' I believed," from in y lirt
at-tniik, that 1 -should not survive it mvl
breath cannot last long". The ' doctor
pressed his hand in silcuce, tetired from
tlic'bed-fiilc, and 'hat by tho lire absorbed
in grief. ; ,
He twee n five and six the other physi
cians' came in, and he waa assisted to sit
up in his bed. ; "I feel I am going' paid
he, "1 thank you' for your iittcntions, but
I pray yon take , no uiore trouble about
me ; let mo go off quietly; 1 kjuh rot hist
long,'" lie laid down annin ; all .retired
except Dr. ('raik, 1'he General continued
unedsj' and restless, but without com;
plaining,' frequently asking what hour it
was. , , . ";
Further remedies wcro tried, without
avail, in tho evening. Ho took whatever
was offered him, did as he was desired by
tho physicians, and never uttered n sigh
or complaint.
"About ten o'clock," writes Sir. Lear,'
"ha made several attempts to speak to rao
before he could effect it. At length he
said, 1 am just going. Ilavo me decently
buried, and do not let my body be put into
the vault in Jess than three days after 1
am dead.' 1 bowed assont, for 1 could
not speak. '' He then looked at we again,
and Baid, 'Do you understand me ?' -1
replied, 'yes, "l'is well," said he. .
-."About tea minutes before- ho expired
(which was between ten and eleven o'clock
on the night of December 14, .17W,) his
breathing became easier, lie lay quietly;
ho withdrew, his hand from mine and felt
his Awn-pulse. 1 saw his countenanco
change. I spoko to Dr. Crtiik, who sat
by the fire; ' He came to the bed-side.
The General's hand foil from hid wrist.
I took it in mine and pressed it to my
bosom. Dr. Craik put bis hand over Iiis
eyes, and he expired without a struggle
or a. sigh."
tea?Thev tell a aood' story of Hallam
and Kodirers. The poet said'. "How do
you do Hallam 7" - "DovhatV" . "Wliy,
how do you und yourself? "1 never
lose-mvself." "VVcll, how have you
been?'" "Deon where?", "l'shawl how
do you feel?" "Feel mc, and see."
"Good .morning, Hallam." "It's not a
good morning." h'odgcrs could nay no
mure."'
JS5A man came vcry near dying in
(.a'ffornia, lately, by putting on a pair of
chian white utockiogs and drinking a glass
of cold water, an experiment he had not
tried for a good many y oars. ,,
fS&"A Bbort time ago tho following
notice was stuck up ot a tailor's window,
near Alnnchcster: "Wanted two appren
tices; they will bo treated as ono ot the
family." j
CuAn ai'fiiaintauco pays that hiiiee
bo dinmisucd bia handsome dor tor, and
employed a plain one, his wife and daugh
ters hnvn't got fiiok linlf ofion they
did before.
JJia?A man who will strap his razor on
hia Biblo nnd wipe it on bin newspaper,
tho Syraniwe Journal think)1, deserves to
have neither. . .., "- ,,,'';:: ' ..,
WjrMrc. Tartington t'lihlkn that IVlly
tiekn, from the queer turns they npprnr
to take, should be nnmcd Ann-tics.
rcr-HTTcia
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AUCTION AND COMMISSION MKR
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Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitch ,
HEOUltED BV KICOIJNT LEVIKM PATKNT.
mHIb MACHINE UA8 BEEN PKO-Ji-
KOrjNOED ry all conipprrnt tntlvrs. who
haro Boon it; to be the hfst nud lml dosiraule fam
ily Haw lag Wuchjiii) ovtir lutroducod, remiidlc
ofprioc. It will arw all kind of himily KuuiIh,
from tlio rory thldtnn to ttievmy Uncut fabrlca mado.
and lines all kind of iliroail, from Ko, 8 to 20U. , ,
No oil ia iiHt'd on toiiof the iHnnhlHO. "
Solid for a cimihir, on all iiiid co it in operation.
Upon onrly application, Slate and Uoiuity UighUoiuy
bo ai'ciirou,- . , . '
An eii'-rctetic peron can mats a fortune In aahort
tinio. AkuuU n-anted 111 nil iinoltl territory. .
, H. t!. IM:KTAWN,
Silo Ritduxoliwivi) ogunlfor tho Unitt'd Stiitii, '
epHfait Wc-H Konrtlntreet. f iuclnnutl.
Sloat&co.1
SEWING MlGlIlffES,
TITCniNO Tni? SAME ON BOTH
eidea, lunviug no rldKti or chain, and impoBiihlo
to riivol. For spccil, accuracy or case of motion, the
Elliptic Machine la without a rival.
tMucIumui, Offlne 5'i Went Fourth afreet.
. . 'i IW-'S - .
IvELSEY & CO.'S
SEWING-MABIIINES
, Office 30 West Tourth-street,
CINCINNATI.
W E ASIC OP - A - DISCIUMINATINQ
niililic, In yiii-HUit of a I'ulialile KcniuK-Ma-chine,
tho tuotit riuid r'niiriiiinoii of tho liioritH of
llu no AlarhHioi with nil oUiorii In tho market. We
court it. h 'lim sure it will remit in otif liivor.
l,i V. HARIUKtiTOa .f CO., .
' an3e
A ueiil n.
8!NTEK'8 -.SidWlNS' 3IACJJlJiE3.
A-iVpi Reduce to f 5, pTS, SlUOrJnti! ?l'?5.
HtDfter'H P'oW'FhinHy ftewine Mneltlhe '
Tho prico of which laoulyg-lanliolitiindoloitaiit-ly
docorald. OlncliiDO,ciipiil lool pciforinlnit, lii iho
boot 8t) le, all llm Kovina vfu privnlo fiunily. .
KlnT' Trnnavers lliiittle Mnclilov
To he lull) at 970, Iga .ulachlim entirely now In Its ar
ranrvinutiti II ' vrr lieaiitlfulj moTo rapidly nnd
vory e,(g!H', ne'l, for fnmily nie nnd llirht siannfac.
tto;ng .purptnos, is tlio vsry boat' and, lij.08t .Ma
chine vr olforod to tho pnhlic.
trilnenr's N-1 Stninlnrd wimttle Illnrliliiei
Formerly Bold itCflM, bnl Hmv rcdiMvd to ifi 10,1a
known nil over tUnworM. Kvery aort of wmli can
bndone wfth It. ' ' '' "''nl'
Sii.ci' No. !i .Sinnilmd Hliutlte .lln'itlilne,
' Thii! la ttiePiwritti mnnnf.ictiiriun nlnchliieery.
Whi're I'riro, with liililo cutnplnto, 1(125.
aiairSmiil for Circular.
... M JAMB H. SKAK O.V,
I I ,fi ifunt for J, IV, fcUi;;-,'t & Cf. ..'
i r , , vr No. S Btt'ourili atrcef, "
iel-t-, t ...... I ,. . OltfCINNATI, OHIO
? ; - ,-yUV. D0Ii)P, ,i"
rorroorlTofHnl!,reOo'.:lAtflrrbati.lM.elo.
-.-W. ISWOai&'C'..''
' '''MNtrMoroiMM M-ntfi i. .' '.i n
Si'irii:"',, asul ; KuVgLij IrooJ.
S. W, 'Cornw of Vltie eV Second' StreetH.
Tli(ulf thtiftit Mliatilo VI UK ADD BUBfJIiAv
PltilOV HAK Kthat In niwio In the DitlUid KutoH.and
la warrauloil poi'telly fro from damp; (Jan bo Hold
at lower prices, and In of bfllor WorkinaimlifivlhBD
can be found olHowliare. ' :' .
We hare a largo adtortmotit on hand, and ara d.
term in wl to nt pricin tiiiitciiuuot lull to pltaw.
0 1 il , a i c s
Talren In exchBnfte.! liKiHINIt-UAND BAFKS bIV
waya on hand at extremely low prices, , . nil
Gr as fixtures,
AT IlliDlJtliiD 11IICI2S.
JEJTl! jTIAVK ON HAND THE LARGEST
r Tarii'tr and host aalected lUMorttnoiit nffttii
Fixtnrni in lur.lDiiati.uonviHtinitof all tuatin new
or doHirnhle in tlia Gns Fixture llli". '
We wnrrant avery Fixture we il! to be eiiaal, kol li
In matariid nnd Qnieh, to any ( tliat la mild in Mi ix
any othor markvt, and In aildllinii will guarant' i
thoni to rotalo tholr color mid remain perfect forfiyi
yeura from tiie tlmo tliey arepnt up by its, ,--
i.aii, i', ULU'iojiamiiivouriiiiiK.
Mi.HKNKT A (lAnRON. ;
iy21-t m IM Main afreet, near Fourth
FBIHE "OUTCAST JOLASTIC ME-
M. . TALLJO BODKISO" it offered' ) th "pnhlic
ad tho bonttinrt cliMpi'Bt Jltntul Hour ikw: tined, I to
inerlta touted by an experience' of ycaii in tlitaeity
an 1 1 vicinity. Applied to tlat .or xtunp, old or now
bnildiiiKi. jNoBoldurinnd-fustened aociirolr with
out expOBitrn to the action of tlieeleinenla. is i , j-
i'nnireu 9iKoiK, uoiia luraiitpoiunl Many part ot
the United bUttx, euu he applied by any one v-ItU
ordinary tuochaulcal skill. OrderB promptly Blind.
' .11, .... UAIiUWKtili'A-CO,,
lylfi.tf - 1S2 West Second trooL
ESPECIALLY TItEATS DISEAyK!3 OF
THE SKIN, hHEUMATISM, 1USKASKS OF
W011KN, and inch Uhronlo coniplulnta an may he
liouoattod by the Uygyouic arid Aluiopalhie ayatem
of his office..., .-.',., ..' V-
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenic, Mercury, Tar
klah, Buwiau anil Kloctro-Clicmkal Bfttlm, a Dii
noniiary vf Medicine, and every manner or Electric
andJUagnellc Apptlrattia.' i . . .
KO. 07 WEST SIXTIl-STIIKET. '
wrttiie .iih ii A. a. t vi'. in. f suiii.irt
At the Old Established Stand, "
SlBl8TmT0,n.T. MAIN ANlHYOAMOIlK.
g" HAVE A LARGE AND DESlRAlU'B
HI utonkr nr ftntl'inholn ami Odlea Fnruiinri'( hnth
new nnd pecond I'a'id.i'nnalalliiK o( tine lirdlililivl",
hr.f:,H nliil rt.'irt.,r Ahulrii. llriij,..U ,,i.,t l.,,,..,,l ..
oil-r.l. ih, eiitlory, etp. A line Hawittnni ol'. oun.'
tors, aneivmir, ninie ne.hs nn at'i.iH, etc.' Alan, a
atcc.lt of billiard tahlt, pi;iui, extra ninrblo-top
tf'w.wiB itui tnuw vii .ini ouu inr cino low.
.Jwm WM. PART Kit, Prop ft for.
- :' J. J. Bl'TMSR'S ; " '
Muntifaetiirv. a Vine Kt.
STAR MILLS. A SUPERIOR THANH
nfejlrn White Wli.nl Flmr,warrantl to pleiwe
III atoro and for aale by . .
' II'MN i:il(it'.KiN, nrocer.
ocll wrmir Ninth nail Vlii.ir.,ni.
NEW CIDER.--FIRST OF THE BEAS0K1
nnd a very lino ar'I'-le, ii,t rnei.lved h 7 '
n --JOHN KKIIIIl'MON.Orocer.
orll
viiik winiumiu ine-nirout..1
Xl TlfOB article of Frh Oretind MsivUaah btat,
jiiat rereiTcd and forsnle I17
IIIIIM If L-IICT'tii-.w n
ocll Corner Ninth and Vla-tr.ol.
Times "p).J
FAMILY SEWING MACHLBiS
it INSURANCE.
.... i .
BY STATr;AUlHORl'fY.
'!ST'rf;?Sj!iJ
1
i
' v V.
Incoijinntt'fj 181 9; CliarlcrrerpKlnal
QiTAnoi v eMtiililiihodiii (!inelnnitll 111 IN-i.'l.nn
leilutluir a i proiieut local Inaurauco Oimpaniv. nnd
Aenciod Im tiie Inniiraiicri lniiioi'H In thUcity. li.l
yenraconi ant duty liore, rnnihlnrd with wealth, ex.
porienco, . nferpriHo And liber-dity, oipocially com
mend the vtU'NA Iiisiiinui o Ompany m tho favora
ble patrolmen of lhiffrfmimnnnr-rnlaiKiina4litry
and alone, tha'lolo tutrvhnr nn.l liviug pioneer of
Cincinnati uiitl-rurilrr. of IS'iS. ' '
I.OHAi'x imldlnf inolnmitl clineflar pn-it I'lve
Vcr, !I5,IIW
C3ask Capital Jifil.000,000.
lABKOLCTK AN1 I'NIMPAIUKD.J WITJI A'
sir hp Kirs or" i,o;io,'Ua hu,
And tlio prestige of 40 years niiccemnndoxpwienre.
INVESTMENTS OF; ' i ' I
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
ri'WAUD.s ov sia,oo,o(, i,tis-icm '
Hnveboou paid by thoiuia luHurauce Couipaiiyln
. ' tlio paat-tO yenl H.
' Vlr ami Iiihiutl iVnvittiulon. Vlskanctepiei)
at tonus dniiHlHtent with aolTouoy an it fair pro tits,
noeial attention given to int-ucnuco v( Dwollintta
Mid Onutciita, for terina nf I in V a.
Application made to Buy duly i. nthorl.ed Atrotit
promptly attended to. Uy sti let attention to a legit
imate Insurance business, (hia (Jojnpany Is emibloit
tooflorhotb indeninitv for the pimt and Nocnrify ftir
thefnlnre. I' Uciee isKiinl without delay by.' - '
JAS. 11. OA .i'l.ll, Afjonlt Me. o 41'iiuatreot.
A. K. I'ATO , AaaMaut Agent: ...
i 11. K. MM) KY, Aierit 171 Vine at rent. - '
J.J.liOOhll , Aient. Fnlti.n. 17th Ward. 0,116
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
3ti35oi (ant Irairovtmiiil!
WEl.LS' PATENT..
ii 1 ii
W1SI0US ONLY 01 LWr MANVFACTUBBO,
WnOtiSSAI.B ASD BOTAIt, -BT '!,i " '
CEXXETT&CO. '
jyai-um SvcauiorojUroot, balow Kiltll.
in.
ta I ..
B! : 1.:
,.IP.-
iB:io!'rt
mm
1
I
Li
. : r'...A 'I
- tt:;i.iiff,-i..''';i,:.
mi
m
iti,i,
FMIHR MOSTKKMAm-K Hl?3 AND
IL IIURf.'bAB rilOOF SAFKS.-Tliey have gltoh
ninre sutiffiictinn thnn miv oilier now in n.e.
We offer arewartl of OMR TMOt!MAM IOK.
f.Altyl fn anv Dornon that eaitaiin tci tlio-nvc.-ieut
time, allow a single instanco where! ii.lliey liavo failed
to iire'iervo tiiorr nntlnta.l,. L '
With tluii BAi'B wa cnauonpa -an mm petition. M
heiiiL' the best Flro Trouf. linrahtf' ProcL or Fire
and I'nrgliir ri'oof now made; and nro wlllinir to
test with any oHiiihllshnient in the Union, and tlio
party failing lirilt, Jo forU'it (o..ho other, lilisum
td' i?,fimi.
Woarn prepnred to flirhlh a h'nttorSnfe.Birrt at lesa
coat, than H,ay otlier jnaniirpctiiror. In tlio liniitd
Htntea,'! r-M I , . , ... ........ ,, j. ... ..
heeonil-hand Vnfrk nr ntpur trt'iitom. also on hanrtr
WereitiiTtfnltv iiitiinthetiiildu' t mil and xana'-
inootirinci tn-nn-e Bsirir...HK etwiwiirrii.,, , ...
, . , 11 A I.!.. 1 v lililll.l, ,v i;o.,
irl ' "': KrM yi$tt finln'mMii roli
and? "r
.-c-iT.-iTrrr yn fi'iirrr. :i ,
DIABRHEA1 AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholic, and
ill nm IT tHB STOalACH ,fc."BOTiaLi
Made by GI.O. S. LIGHT, " "'.'. .
WHOLESAIB DRUGGIST, OIKCJKNATI,
FOlt S'At,K; BY JlilIN rt. T.MtK.''Sirillrf.' fce.'.:
M t iiN ri a iti.. una nr nsQisia k'eiieriifiv. 1 urner ivit
at Wh.li.imjius It llvin,n, ,iio. il Wulunt ati wt
will ue ti(ieiloeii 10., huij-hhivi
O I, A ft G f W, , AS D NEW YORK
STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
STEAM TO 0 L ASOOA. , i.l V KISVOOL, IlKLKAtiT.
VUIUiiK ANrliONJiUSI)JSIlttY ; .,
in-.., - iruit w;w.oi,.,. .. . . ..-, .
', -..' '. raox new touk." ' ' : -
fiiliii!iw,Thntnsoii,WeiliieBdiiy, Ani?:2l.ni 12 noon
KdiuriiiViihiOiitnnihiKi.Wedneiutay, Jime I, "
film hiw. Thonisun...
,. .miyo, ..
July 27, " '
I.-.II ..I. fn, ....!.,
U..IIH ,11 .,1, V'i,llui,us
yuoa QiAsoow.
Killnlvnruli. OnmmiuB...Haturdv. Ma7. ' ' ' -; "
(,'lnKw, Thiiicioiii,. Wednesday, July 27.
Eiiiiniiui'fcii, uuiuniiuji.- .- , juiyx, ,
Bates of f asHHKO from New York, Philadelphia 01
Boston, td GtnSKOW, IilVei"ii)A, llelfnst, Dublin ot
Londonderry, diet clasa, MX. Sleorhue.fdund with
bd abondauce of properly-oookodprovisinns, :t). ,
au nxiwripncoa fturneou aitucueu to eacti atemnor.
No ijlinrro for inodlcliioa.
nor rrotgntor raHsaee, apply to ' 1 ".,,,
an27 UUBKKT DBA I.O. If Hmadway.
... ., , I. X. Tj. ". .. .,
JUL TT iS 37 JSL 33 :
AFTER MAW Y YEARS OF PRACTICAL
experience in tho act. of Mostanl-mnlcliiR, tin
nrouriotors ollex tliu alaivu lii'imd of AI.tiHiitnl to Hi,
public, .Kuaruiiii'teiiiij'it aslrjetly nnro articTo, mnan '
faotiiran 1'miii tho best imallty of seid,cnnifiill(' a.'.
leered with the dexlxaol piwiicinga Mnnaril flll'. .
KlUl. IN flAVlHl AM) I'LM.hi.CY 10 AM
NOW IN VSJt.. We have- no limitation In snvliii
that all IOTraofeoil Mustard will. II ml the I. X, I.,
to bo Hint which tliey f.' fxc'tU'jiiliy fiiil Jy p)itaili,
MUSTAK1) THAT IS JMUTAUD. ,
asrordetj promptly tillt'd. , '
HARRISON A VILSON,
je74 '" ' ' fill nnd 10 WnlnnNntrrrt.' '
Her rell's Blackberry Anodyne.
minsMiutcriiEifi offWvEd to Tni
jL puhlic asonoofthebest, if not tho verj' best ined-
ciiiotnitr una ever noen it!venieiiririiiA!iim.t,iVH
KNVKav, Cnoi r Inkanium, aiiduil ollinr dr.raiiRe
nionts of, the Htutuaeli itnd liiire.tive Oft'ium, whiel.
nro so pretjiliintaiid fatal In our connity eurrect1.
th rlr r-(ed coiiiliiluii of the ldvtirjallu) riervoiu
I lifc IV s. Hllth lis ia caused bv TeuLllluif'. aiVl '
b. i I tv It ilthyaotl 'ii to llio bowtds, and withil, !
pl.sAiitn in til. ... . .. i ; . . iT.l.r.n ,
Money-! 'Alouc:! Mou'eyj'
PAWKBRoSlt'S OPBliLTEV
llmoTd from ats.Wtai.lSiMli.ult-ft.i j ,
!a ONKV LOASKuToV WATCHES, JEW-,
lv.3 Kl.KY. and all kinds of MerrJ ardlH?, nt In
rale, of Interest, al No. 173 Vlnn-sfcreot. beraeei''
Fourth and Flflhi - : .
Composition Eooling.
FfHE iiDdPTPignBol la monftrad to- put on n
M. ejonposiMon ll'mtdf toe bust vitality at stiori
notice. .
OOlceln J TI. Bruce's (Jarrlnge R'poiftory, coi
ner 'Chlnl anil Vine.. " -. '.ti ...
Hi O' llooling nialurisl toiMtantly on Iiiiu l, niidfoi
sale. .nrr-Jnii .1. V. yfiliLB 1
H. CAMPBELL & CO.
mO AJTTJFACTURER8. . OF BAR'," i
ii and Holler Iron, Plow jlnli, Bntlroad l!ki
Fife. Also, A k-enta for the Mle of irenton Srnr Naili
Warorooma iio. 19 e'att, iWnd ptrot, (.'iudnuat
ObK . ,
ifrAtritlnitsteon maitethoTdf-y " '' ' " HI
t-rr i :rr irnv-: nffr- -,-n .
Pure Coal Oil
JUST RECEIVKDl AND -FOR'SALR,' A'f
One Dollar per irallon. by
J. . PF WElS.Orncor,
ssplaam M7 Bast Freiil-aliuot
.l:,!V i, V .. CUoo.
71
Kijirija ,:r
II .
CI.
i n lR,!iWl'-lSl'V,1ji:l. I CI
,
RAILROADS.
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
571
OUR DAILY TRAINS LEAVE TUB
iL? Klvlli.atrfiet Oeeot.
I'inli.H run tlironvh te Indianapolis, Lima, lan
dii.kvand llleveland witlinntohautjaof cars.
't IiroiiKh Tickets for all Kastpru, Western, North,
ern noil North-Western cIMpb: ' '
A A. HI - liXl'llEHU 'I'ltAmfColiinibnatlme,
which is teieii uiinutut tutor than Oibcinnatl) For
L'lovehiiiU and Pittsburg, via l'elaware, niakva clow
roiinei tlon at tlreatllno fur Plttstmnr, Baltimore,
t'hlladelphin and Kew York; anil at Oleveland for1
Dunkirk, Buffalo, Host Ml and Sew York. Also, eon
nects at lWtdn with Tayton and Wlohiiraii Koad lor
Troy, riinn, hidney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort
Wayne and Chicago, renuli inn Toledo at 3:30, Detroit
at :iKI, andChici!oat7:2ur. U.,Quincy and Unloust
at 7 A. M. Also, nt Pavton with Oreenvilie anil Miami
lload.for Oreenvilie,' Union, Wincheater and Mnn.
e.io. Also.winneclsat Bicliinond witli Indiana Oen.
trnl lloud,f,ir Inuianapolls. Lafoyclle, I'lilrwo, Terra
tiniite, St. liHiits, anil sn western civ, -a. ajao, ai
Kirlimoiid with Cliirinniitl and t'hlcago Road, tor ..
Anderson, Kokoino and I'ern. Also, connecus ultlt
Junction kaihoad at Hmuillon for Oxford. --
8 A. rtl. illAII, TUAIN-For Dayton, Hprlnj- :
fit Id and Saiulniikir Oouinvts lit Sandusky witU
8TKAM E II lor UK i'ISOrt : al V KI!A N A for CULUM
ItUS; at Forest wilh IMH,tni, FortWiiyneandOhi
caifo Itond, K iHt nnd West; nt (Jlydo witli 0. and To
li do itond t'orOiovoUiid and liullulo, '1'olodo, Detroit
mid l liicaito. Tliin trnin also connecta at DKLA-.
WAHUwith IIihII .C.AU. Hou.l lor (Jlovelaud and .
piiiuts Kii'l; nUocoriiiectsntllaialltunwithJiinutien
Knllrendfor Oxt'oid.
AiSii i. ill. 'I'RAlN-'F'jr Dayton. Sprliigfleld .
and .Saudnaky Connecta at Forest with l'ittsliura,
Fort Wayne and Chicago Itonil; East and West; at
Clyde villi C. anil Toledo ltnudfor Cleveland angliuf. '
tn Iu, Toledo, Detroit nud L'hicnyo, Also, connects at
Uii hmoiid for Indianarolis, Terro Haute, Ht. Louis
and Chicago. Also, onuccts with Junction liadroad
at Ilninllton rot oxlordi . I .-.
ii V. ill, TWAIN For Dayton, Troy, Plqua, Sid
ney, tiniii, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wayne and Chi.
cai.'o.rc.'iclijiis; Chicago al 8 A, M. . . . .
Oajr'Theftund 8 A. M. trains couueot at Cleveland
W illi steamers fur Unfl'iilo.
For further information and TIckMa, apply at thi '
Ticket utllces'-uortli-past cc-rusr Front and Broad
way; No. 1W Wnliiut-alnt, nirnr Oibson House; nt
the uow Tiek.it 1 mice, 00 t bu west aide rf Vine-streeti
lietwiien I'ojt.illice and Ha met llouso; nt the Walna?
Street Jioinat, or al the Six th street Depot; ,
aula D. Mel AliKN, Biueriulendent.
I
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trams Daily. !"''":
,'TlIltEK TDROUHH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Tiniu-Mn. I Eip! osi, at 5 A.M., connects via
OoluiubusundOliivolaudlat'oliinibus.Ureatilnekud
l'lttHbureli, via Culiiiolnij, Steiihenville and Pitta
burgh, DctroitvinClev6la ud nud sttflmer. This Traio
stops, between Ciiii iuiiutl aud Uolmnbua. at Love-
lund, Deerllold, oloirow. Xenla, Cedarville, South
Oliarleoion, Luuiiou and Vest Jellcrson.
Sec(mdTiaiu-Mo.fllixpresa,at8:30A.M.,eoanectl
la Ooliiuihus, Bellitlr and Ucnwood; Wheeling; via
Uoltimhas, SteuhonvllleandPlttahurg; vlaColiiinbus,
Ureatline and 1'ittsbura: via Columbus and Clove
laud; Oerroit, Tiatllovelitud arid steamer: whiteSuU
phur Station, via fptiticfehl. This Train stopg ha
Ween Cincinnati aud Oolhinbns, at Plalnyllle, Mil. T
lord, Miainlvilie, Loveland, Deorfield, Morrow, Oor
win, Sprinp Vniloy, Xcntnand Loudon. '
Third Train Accomuiodatloii, at t:tQ V, M for
Onlninbtu and Hpriogtiek), ..
. F.mrtb Tniiii-NiHhl Espresa, at ll:Sor.M. eon
uaotaTlnCelniiibtia, Bellalrand Benwoort; Wheellnw
Via OolntuhiiN, Stonbenville-and Pittahtim; via Co-
linnliia, Oreat-Iluo and I'itubuiK: via Coliimhna and'
Cleveland. This train stopa nt Loveland, Morrow.
Corivln, Xenla nud Doaduu, fcLliKHNU CABS OH
THIS THAIS. .. . . , !
il". lKujjrtss.throughtoUk'VelundwIlboutcharuia
ofoara. - - , , . , .
No.2 Eipreas.lhrongh to WheoKngwlthout eb&nM
of cars.
Tho NIOIIT KXPBESS Train leavine Cluolnnatt
atlUMIP. M rims daily, except HATUKnAYS. Tha '
Other Trains run daily, 'except KUNDA YS. 1 i i ' '
1'or all liiftirinatloii.anil fliroiieli Tickets to Do.
tun.iNi W York, Pliilnilelpliia, Baltimore, Washing.-
ton, i iliiftaio. Nlarara Kalis. Dunkirk, Olovolnnd,
Pltulmrrf, WhiKiliiiK, and .fti) the Kastorn pUoes.
anply nt tho UiUcua, Wulnm strait Uouaa, Mo, I Bur. i
uot tlouso.soutlieafltnirni.iol Broadway and Froa
Htroiits.nuilat tho Kiutern Dopot, . .
Trains run- by Columbus lima, which is levon mla
ntoatasUirtliiUi Cincinnati time. '
1 nmi&KT 0...11 '-'
"OmnlhiiswicnllfiirrwseDgeraW leaving dWtlo'n
"T'cketfiiacea, , ; ;,. , . , , . liiy'J'
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE NORTHWEST,
VIA
VIA INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
'i'Qnlg Otui Clumyeof IWt frelweeti CVtcinwift
,';',' ' 7;!-l lO'l OW,;Cip(yo.- . .. r''l,:- vof
..Throe r4HenK(ir:riufllMiviiCiiiclunatldaily, from
fhe.feotuf IliHiiiid.Fniit.Htrv'. . , - ,
5;r0 A.Al.-niiejiioiliiilariironnllanapollal
iri:.i A. M. Chicaito at .7:115 V. at. This train con
iiocts with all nlit tiuit.s im t of Chicaiju.-tor the-
Westand Korlh-west.- - -
?:iih M .-Torre H nat 'ami Tinrtayetre Acoejiimoda-
Hob aiHms at Indianapolis, lit ftiKi P. M., niakina;
dircot eenneotiona at I nili'inapolis with Terra Haul -a
I'ruina and Indlanopolia and l,atayctlu trains for
pecnhir, bpriuiftield, aplaa, tino Hannibal and
St. Joseph; also wjth Porn trains lor Pern, Ft.Wayua
aud Toledo. - - -
iHisj r.n.-uhieaTo iM arriTMat IndiAaavilM'
at 'KM 9. M.iChlciHu at 7:1(1 A. SI. Uaki'-,- ileee'ji
coiineotioni.a.l Chicuci? with all morning tiaius on-,
of Chieuao.. 1 hi. tratu Ae.iiueela i fl..nu..A 11J
with Terre Hanbo trains for all riiuta West and"
. Slooping earn are alt&ohod to all Hia night tralnf.
on tliis irno, audiua ihiougn to t hieaw wilUoat
chanKoptoar), , .
- This i exclusively a .Western and North-western
roue, aud with fuvorablo nnd reliable arrangement
With all conuectlnn rumla thioiishont tho entire
-Wcat.iiiiiaranteM unusual earo and 1 he- amplest ao
commodatjons to thenutrnnBoi title line, i .
. 'Bosurejouuri) i!i tlirii(lit ticket office before
rou pnrchaao your tlcTfeta, and ask for tickets via
Lnwrencoturigiind linliiiiiupollii, ,
. Fare tho saiub oa by any othdr ronte. , Basgag
ohaeked Ihronctli. ' "
TIIUOTiaH T1CK13TS, good until med.eau be oh?
tallied attho ticket ollloes, attlpeficnr Honaa Corner,-
hoi tli-eant corner Broadway and Front; No..l Bur-.J
net IloiiBd Cornir; at the VValnnt-street Honno, and
at D.!p(t ollien, foot ol Mill, on Front stroot, where
all naceiwary lufui instlou may be had.
Omnibuses rm. to and from'nach train, and w
cull foi piuseiigora at all hotels nnd all part of the
bj leaving address at oil hei oBoe.
W. If. Ti. NOBXK,
' mylO . Oniicral Tlckot Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
IAi&rou Route lor?-
TKRIIB 1IACTK, ' "
: - 6T. LOUIS'. - -
:. i i LAFAYBl'TB, :. i 'C
I ,-- .-' - i.. :..0iUlAO,', .. ,
-' LOflANSPOBT, . . ... ...
. . ' .i : -I : ; .PKliy,.. .
FORT WAYNB.
TWO DAI I.YTfi llOUflll TRA1HS leaveSUth street
-Depot, at fi A.M. and 1:30 P.M. -
A. M.-INIUANAPOU8, ST. M1U18 CHIOA.
00 FAtiT EX I'liK.-iS. I hronnh direct, making eleae
comiMitioiiKfoi all other Western and Nortli-veaterit
piiiiit. This Train ulsoconnccfaat Itlchmond witu
Cincinnati and (Tilrnsfc Ruada, for Anderson, Xoko.
mo hojiusport, atid all points on Wabash Valley -
l-.sn" P.'M.-iNiHANAPOLlS, DHICAGO ' 8
EXPItKSS.-TheabovoTraimniake
elose conncctiona at Indianapolis, larnyotteandChl.
ciuioi with Tralna tor 'l orro tlaiilo, Springfield, Boosi
Islanck UnlnliiUK, K.iiosbn, IjaCrueae, Jaolmonville,.
Danville, UiiilioMlou, JUilwAukiw, liattoou, Naples,
llaleno. (Jnincy, Prairie iln Uhieti, Pana,. Peoria, .
Dunleith, Ilariil, Vwatur, BlnonliiRtou, .foi let, La
Hallo.St. Paul, and all towua aud cities in the Worth
WCY. i , i .
ava-Throngb Tickets sdveti and Haggage chefce&'
r through.
For fnrllier Informatien and Tlironrh Tickets, ap
Jly to Ticket (JBIrcf, nptlh-caat e irjin X ol Front and
Iroailayi No. 169 Walaui'Btrnr!. ar Fourth; at
i Boulli-enst "cofnor of Tiiiirlli"a''r.iViii sii.:-t, or at
the Sixth-atreot Depot. .
,V , sLfMlAUtOW, i.j:i-itn'lenti--f
I Omnllinsts will cull for paaneii r iViiviug thir'
namwi at either of t)ia Ticket Oft ....
r ii v j ' .5. , i .: . h. r-. i ji, Agotit:
j
:
CANDY 1 CANDY
' (Successor (o Mtkbs A Co,)
MBUuincturfW iil . WUsifeitU Dealew
, . c " -t!T- ''-
' nm Am vliin candies j
in n 1 1 street cik c i x s ah
....n:L!2j
I'jIINE GERMAN CISAUSI FINE. JKR
JIANCJfJARSI-JoJin Hates has just reoeirad
Imi.ntHivQrysnbi'rlor risnr-. whMi he will sell low
rorcaahnt MATiOSAL. TUEATEli Ul ILDINO, "
orlti- i..,-,: i i, , :; Sycainoie-iitrBer,,-
'iNiYiStf CARTsiPL"AYINVr rAIbyi
John Bates tins jiist rrrelved rwrfiry ' ureas
superior Playing Ciinle. F.uiey. VIII, pt.nniKiat.
Iiecntor'a Eaale and Cold llaels, KAT10MAL
THSATBB ntlDINCt, liycauiore street. ell

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