Ms eseeee 1 1 ee
SIX CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE
PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
- ornoi, 11 west fourth-stbht.
A KISS AND ITS CONSEQUENCES;
OR, HOW MR. PICKLEBY CAME TO BE FLOGGED.
Our bonrding-houfle is not a common
boarding-house , nor are our hoarders
common boarders. 1 do not, by this,
wish to convey the idea that there is any
thing peculiarly uncommon about us orour
house only that we resida in an aristo
cratic portion of the town, and consider
ourselves on the whole, rather a seloct
But, however seleot a company may be,
the fact that they are select is not an in
fallible proof that nothing disreputable
can occur among them.
This has been especially proved in our
oase. We have just been deeply agitated,
excited shocked! Happily for the repu
tation of our place, the affairs of which I
speak had a gratifying termination
la our boarding-house resides an invet
erate old bachelor named Wigley. Mr.
Wigley is by no means such a person as
some people invariably represent old
bachelors to be, neither in appearance nor
disposition. lie is a portly, middle-aged,
good-natured, fun-loving, sociable follow,
and likes the society of ladies far better
than-three-fourths of the married men.
Mr. and Mrs. Pickleby are also of our
eempany: the former, a commission mer
chant, is a very quiet and a very respeot
able sort of a man; exceedingly fond of
his wife, and withal, a little inclined to
jealousy; the latter is a beautiful and
affectionate creature, who dotes npnn her
husband, and isn't jealous at alU
One day last week, Miss CelestiaNobbs
another of our boarders, and a maiden
lady of thirty-five or thereabouts heard
a noise in the hall below, and stepping
outofhor apartment, she loaned over the
banisters, to see what was the cause of it
She distended her stork-like neck to its
utmost limit, and listened with breathless
"I am so glad you are come!" she heard
a voice, which she at onco recognised as
Sirs. Fiokleby's, exclaim; and the next
moment she saw that lady pass beneath
her to meet a gentleman, of whom she
had but a partial view. Then a loud kiss
was given, and Mrs. Pickleby said, in a
aomewnat lower tone ot voice:
'Come with me come to my room; Mr.
Pickleby is at his office, and lam alone."
Then, both started to ascend the stairs,
and Mise Nobis hastened to withdraw
into her room, but not before she caught
-V-ii -1! -JiL 1 J!.l.
a Doner gnmpsa oi toe man who was wiui
Mrs. Pickleby, and discovered in him as
she thought, no other than Mr. Wigley.
That gentleman had been absent in the
oountry for a week, and she had Been him,
on his return, not more than an hour pre
vious, enter the house.
Miss Celestia Nobbs is one of those
pure and immaculate beings, the chief
desire of whose hearts it is that nothing
sinful shall occur on earth, and who, feel
ing themselves to be spotless philanthrop
ically, as they seem to imagine, spend
their time in prying into the affairs
other people, and dictating to them the
course they should pursue.
"Ah! ha!" said the spinster, as she
closed the door of her room, and walked
on tip-toe to a teat "it's come to this, has
it? I always thought there was something
more than everybody knew going on
between the two.
She sat for half an hour in deep medita
tion upon the matter, ana then sne arose
ana movea toward tne floor.
"If the wicked, shameless creature
thinks," said Miss Nobbs to herself "if
she has the faintest idea that such actions
will be suffered in this house, she will find
herself mistaken, I can assure von.
She heard footsteps without, and as she
assed into the hall, she saw Mr. Wigley
escending the stairs, and heard him leave
"Left her, have you?" she uttered under
her breath. "Well, well, I never expected
to witness such goings on never! But
you're found out you 11 know both
She hastened to the room of Miss Dobbs,
on the floor above. Miss Dobbs is a con
fident of Miss Nobbs, a few years older
than herself, and a few degrees thinner
in person. Miss Nobbs was gratified
'find Mrs.Briggs in company with her
triena on tnis occasion. Airs, iiriggs,
may as well state, is a widow lady of some
twelve years standing who had long en
deavoredit is generally believed
nearly all in the house to captivate and
ensnare, in the meshes ot matrimeny, Mr.
Miss Nobbs smiled mysteriously as she
entered, and, carefully closing the door,
she seated herself beside her friends.
"I am glad to find yon together." she
said, "for I have a thing of the greatest
importance to make known."
"Do tell!" exclaimed Miss Dobbs, with
an eager air "what is itr
"Something you'll be surprised t&know,
Oh! it is the most wonderful thing in the
world, how deceptive some people can
I never in all my Ufa"
"But what is it?" exclaimed both
' kdies in a breath.
- "The most shameful goings on you ever
witnessed, I'll be sworn!" replied the ex
cited virgin, in so impressive a manner
that the curiosity of the listeners became
nondurable. Then pausing a moment,
to let ber words take full effect, Miss
.' Nobbs looked solemnly from one to
other, and continued:
"Will yon believe it ladies, when I
Jon that I saw with my own eyes, Mrs.
'ickleby in the hall below with a man?"
"You don't say!" uttered Miss Dobbs.
"Shocking!" exclaimed Mrs. Brings.
"Gracious heavens!" ejaculated the
simultaneously, elevating their
hands in horror and surprise.
"Yes; she told him she was all alone
that Mr. Pickleby was not at home
- so, they went off together. Oh! it's almost
incredible, snoh shameful conduct!"
"The immodest, unblushing thing!"
the widow, indignantly.
"Suoh wickedness!" echoed Miss Dobbs.
"But who is it she was with?"
"Is it possible?"
. Mrs. Briggi was stricken dumb by
announcement of the name, and for a
moments, gave some token of an intention
to swoon; but thinking better of it,
.'This is a terrible thing!" said Mil
NobbB earnestly, after enjoying fully the
sensation she had created.
"Terrible indeed! uttered Miss Dobbs.
"And not to be borno!" exclaimed the
indignant widow, her face assuming a
very erubescont tint as she spoke.
"It must not be borne!" siud the spin
ster, "the reputation of this house will
not allow such things to pass unnoticed!"
"And our reputations ! chnnea me
"Think what we should bo made to
suffer," cried the widow, "if it should
become known that we live in the midst
of such iniquitous scenes!"
"Our characters are not to be trifled
with thus!" exclaimed Miss Nobbs, with a
determiued air, "and this thing must not
be suffered to stop here!"
"Poor Mr. Picklebv!" sighed Mias
Dobba, "I pity him from my heart!"
"And no do I..' said the widow: "for I
dare say he has not the least suspicion of
his wife's perfidy"
"He must know it," uttered Miss Nobbs,
speaking in a low and deliberate tone of
voice. . .
"You are neat ha must know it; but
how?" inquired Miss Dobbs.
"We must tell mmi
"Will it be proper?"
"It will be doing our duty."
"Yes." said Mrs. Brices, "it will be but
the performance of a Christian duty. We
must tell him!"
"And I. for one. am ready to go and
perform that duty," remarked Miss Nobbs,
with a meek and resigned look as if she
hnd taken it npon herself to suffer at the
"And I," said the widow.
"Oh. I will accompany you; I am sure I
only want to do what is right," said Miss
"Then let us go at once.
"Yes: the sooner he has his mind dis
abused in respect to his wife, the better."
Forth, accordingly, the immaculate trio
sallied as soon as they could make the
neoessarv preparations, and bent their
coarse toward the store of Mr. Pickleby,
in the lower part of the oity.
The merchant was busily engaged in
the transaction of some business, when he
saw the three ladies approach him. He
suspended operations, and inquired what
happy circumstance had brought them
"It is a sad errand on which we are
come," saidMiss Nobbs, shaking her head
with a melancholy air.
A dreadful errand! affirmed Mies
"A more dreadlul errand you could not
mazinel" added Mrs. Brices, making a
strong effort to shudder.
"For mercy's sake, ladies!" cried the
alarmed man, turning pale, "what is it?"
"in the first place, Mr. rickleby, said
the first spinster, "we wish to assure you
that you have our sympathies that we
feel for you."
"From the very bottom of our hearts,
added the elder maiden.
"And nothing but a deep sense of duty,'
remarked the widow, "has induced us to
take the step we have, in order to reveal
to you such distressful news.
"What is it? what is it?" exclaimed
,he merchant, frantically. "Don't keep
me in suspense; what has happened f
"lour wile! uttered Miss JNohbs, in a
"xes, ittr.riokieby, your wile! repeated
the other two in a breath.
Mr. Picklebv statrcered backwards.
while a look of dread tut terror overspread
"My wife!" he gasped, "what of my
wife? Is she sick? is she dead?"
Miss Nobbs closed her eyes, and shook
her head slowly.
"Xhen why do you alarm me sof what
would you have me understand?
"Is there not something that, to your
noble mind is worse than death?
"Eh! what what do you mean?
"But Mrs. Piokleby she she
"Mr. Pickleby, your wife is deceiving
"Cruelly, shamefully deceiving you!
ejaculated Miss Nobbs.
"Undoubtedly, and in a manner not to
be borne! said the widow.
Mr. Pickleby looked from one to the
other in speechless agony.
"Briefly, said Mm .Nobbs, "while you
are absent your wife is receiving the at
tention of other men.
"We have noticed with grief, continued
Miss Nobbs, "that one of our sex should
so far forget her modesty as to do as she
"And for that reason, added Mrs. Briggs,
"as I have already said, we determined
acquaint you with the fact
"How do you know this? cried the mer
chant, in a voice of rage. "Are you cer
tain of what you say ?
"Quite, answered Miss Nobbs; "I saw
your wife thiB morning with Mr. Wigley,
; a. u-.it. v.; .1 .L.r 1 -
m uie uau) ii-;uru uittut juhb; ana togeuier
they went to your room.
"Wigley! Do jou i
TIT' .1 . "ft
mean to say that
Wigioy is the nan?
iVielev! lepeoted Miss No)il)B eniDhati-
"i'h& odioue vil'.ainl criei PicUoby.
seizing his hat aa he spoke. ' He shall
repent it he shgll renent it hitterlv.
Be rushed from the store as he scoke.
leaving his informants in th e most uncere
monious manner. They quietly proceeded
homeward, congratulating each other
that they "bad evidently been the means
of puttin e down a giant of iniquily.
Mr. r.V ittlev has an offiae in Broadwav.
Mr. .I'ioklebv, soon after his interview
with the ladies, stood in the presence
wr. vvigiey, wno smuea, ana otierea
na na to tne other. Mr. Piokleby, with
e ery expression or scorn ana bate,
vlined to touch it.
"Permit me to inform too, said
merohant, almost choking with rage, "that
i Know am
Mr. Wigley looked at the speaker with
"Yes, air, continued the excited Pick
leby, "I know all; and I'm not such
paltry coward to surfer it to itass
Whereupon, before the other could
utter a word he gave Mr. Wigley inch
blow on the head as to stagger hi m not
little, and, before he eould recov it
surprise, it was followed up by another
blow on the other side of his head, which
maae nis ears ring in a most wonaiertui
This was rather too much for the
nature of Mr. Wigley, and so he nerved
himself to the task, and commenced
retaliation. Being nearl .rlmible
weight of his antagonist, ha oon had
all his own way; and, to be bi risf, in
than ten minutes. Mr. Pik lehv
loudly for quarter, admitting h imself to
as weii-wmppea a man as hi i had
tncountexed. . .
"And now, said Wigley, after helping
his adversary to his feet "now, that our
affair is settled, please tell me what I have
flogeed you for.
f I.!.... ...Mi ..... wIPa n vntl
well know, replied the defeated, but still
"It is a lie! said Wigley.
"It's the truth, responded Titkleby,
"and I can prove it.
"You cant do it Come, we will go
and see Mrs. Piokleby herself; and show
me a witness if you cait.
"Very well; it is just vnat i aesire.
Mrs. Picklebv washed tlio blood from
his face, arranged his disordered garments
as well as he could, and accompanied Mr.
Miss Nobbs. Miss Dobbs and Mrs.Brigg8
were called, and an explanation demand
ed by the aooused Wigley. Miss Nobbs
persisting in the truth oi what she uttered,
the whole party, at the request Ot tlie
injured husband, proceeded to his wife's
jurs. noKieDy, to me surprise m uu,
was not alone; a man was with her. As
soon as Mr. Pickleby saw hira he smiled,
and advanced and shook him Dy tne nana
"My brother! said he, turning to those
1MI 11 111 IUUV1TVU u.tu.
Mi nhha' f.i Warns crimson.
T , I V . j ((kut 1 u.
"I fear, she stammered, "that x have
unintontionally made a mistake. J. his
must be the gentleman i saw, anu uo nu
like Mr. Wiclev, that 1 was led to believe
h. w na nther. I bear nardon!
AS Hie trio Oi mutes wwa. wuii ucyot-
turo, Mr. Pickleby was heard to utter
divers maledictions upon the heads of all
meddling, busy-tonguod scandal-mongers;
but he soon recovered his temper, ex
plained the whole affair tohis wife, joined
heartily in the laugh that was raised at
his expense, and ended by inviting Wig
ley to join their party that evening in a
game of whist,
formerly of Hall.Dodds t Oo. ; late Orbanoddi i Oo.
XV. B. Dodds & Co.,
MANorionmus or thi
Fire and Burglar Proof
JS A 3F1 ES S,
8. W. Corner of Vine & Second Streets.
i. .i.. uii.kl. ITIT1K AND BITROLA
,,!Tn. o ill tk.t tm niililn tha United Statee.md
li warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prtcea,and ( of better workmauhlp than
mm be found elsewhere.
We have a large amortment on hand, and are de-
termlned to eeii as pncee mat uanuu iu w piowa
Tltea In exchengo. BSO0UD-HAHD SAtXH .al
ways on band at extremely low prices. V7M
UUEEN CITY VAENISH CO.,
43 Tine Street,
Continues to manufacture all varieties of
PBOMPT ATTENTION given to ordors, and all
goods sent oat guaranteed to be of good quality.
Saltonstall's Fire and Water Proof,
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC
COATING FOR ROOFS.
THE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
(in.tln. for Mntal Roofs, or anv Iron Work ex
posed in use. Warrented to withstand the severest
tests of Heat, Cold, Rain, or Snlphnrlo Acid, and re
main perfectly impervioue to ater. u wm uoi
melt, craca, wasn or scaie on. iuruewf uiu, ivanr
metal roofs, or Tor canvus roots, it is ov per ceni.
h&.M. Ih.n ai.vnthnrinfttltir All nrdAVI aCCOUQ.
Esniedwitb the cash or satisfactory references, will
e promptly tilled, in any unsold territory South and
West of New York and Pennsylvania. For further
Information, apply to
F. BOYS t CO..
Bole Proprietors and Manufacturers,
1S2 West Second Btreet. Cincinnati, Ohio.
a. v. lAaamaii.
VAN & BARRINGER,
Manufacturer ot .
Tan's Celebrated Patent Combined
For WOOD or COAL. The most convenient, eoo
nnn.ii .nrl iinrniilA (Innkinff Htove ever invonted.
for 8 team boats. Hotels, Bestaurants and Private
Honess. Cooking aud boiling water for wain ana
bath rooms, In large quantities, in any
apartment by the same fire.
Wareroomt, 1T9 Main St., Cincinnati.
r rtioht. tn mannfactnre aud sell these BTOVKo
mav be secured on application to the proprietors,
COAL OIL! COAL OIL!!
Burning and Lubricating Oil,
GREAT WESTERN COAL & OIL CO.
For sale In iraantitles to suit purchaser!, and war
ranted equal to any in the market. Orders sent
tbe Oince 01 ens lioiupany, newarK.uuiu, ur uioir
Agency, Mo. 13 West Front St., Cincinnati.
AT REDUCED PRICES.
TOTS HAVE OX HAND THE LARGEST
T varietv and best selected assortment of
Tlxtnres lu Cincinnati, conslatins of all that is new
or desirable in tbe Gns future line.
We warrant nverv JTlxture we sell to be eonsl. botn
In material aud finish, to any that is sold in this
anv other market, and ill addition will suiral.t
mem to retain tneir color ana remain penect iv
years from tne time tney are put np ny us.
vail, see, auu examine nnrnioci,
McHBNBr k CARSON.
Jy31-cm 162 Main street, near Fourth.
THE OTJTCALT ELASTIC ME
TALLIC ROOFING" li offered to the public
as the boat and cheapest Metal Roof now need,
merits tested by an experience of years In this
and vicinity. Applied to fist nr steep, old or
buildings. No solder naed -fastened securely wltb
nnt AviwiaiirA tn the ar.ttnn nf the element..
rreperea meets, Doxeu ior smpmeni to any pari
tim united MtAtna.can be adnnea dv anv one
ordinary mechanical skill. Ordcrapromptlr filled.
mi.niuri.i. at (vi
Ivld-tf 1M Went Second street.
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
Tf ANOTACTTJRER8 OF IAR, SHEET,
and Boiler iron, now Biao, uatiroao. Dpi
ilso, Agents for the sale of lrontoi Star Nails,
19 Cut Second Btreet, Otnoiunetl,
All Einas iron meae 10 oraer.
DUS. B.EHRMAN& W.C. LEECH.
Office hours from
ITloney! money! ITloney!
mtTONET LOAMED OR WATCHES. JEW-
ITi XLBT and all kinds of Menhaniissr at
rates of interest, at No, 04 West BUM stxsst,
twsan wainuiei vms. ,.,
C'lnclDuatl, Office 5'i Went Fourth street.
OB THOSE INTENDING 10 PURCHASE,
we desire a pergonal investigation of Hie com
parative morlta of thea Sowing Machines with all
othen la tha market.
H . FBANK IlSMlti . Agent.
G. C. KNIFFIJl SCU.
Ladd, Webster" & Co.'s,
(Lata Hunt, Webster A Co.'s.)
No. A Wait Fourth street, Cincinnati.
- 1. 1 ... . t Vi.nn tAnitllv .ftvnnrlllff ( H
Dy all who hare given them a trial ai the "Ne Pins
Ultra" 01 sewing oiacmuee. uo w.ouuw. ......
ulerlty, and tightness of Hitch node by them, baa,
more thanany thing olae, tended to thla result. Added
to thli la the undeniable fact of their simplicity and
ease of management, there being no band or cog
wheel!, aa in eome Machlnei, or leather pad and
orooked needles, as In othen. Theyoommend them-
uIm to the dress-maker by me regularity 01 me
.nnkrm n fn.T
Bx""8 arrange.uem, . --
the work, by the uniform'ty or lutctianae on doui
.T.,,v.,.h,i, h. thair noimiMinesa and rinidi-
jy. o the tailor by their great strength and durabili-
ty, tightness of atitca ana capacity r mug wu
thread; to famiUei, by the combination of all theoe
na r a circular and sample oi wora.
SEWING MACHINE CO.
69 WEST FOUBTE 8TRKET,
AS AN EVIDENCE OF XII E SUPEKIUK
itv nf th Machtnea manufactured by the QrO-
er and Baker Sewing Machine Co., they haTe over
niuin In .luili. tiut In .nafmfap.tarina. Witrk.BhOM inQ
fainiliee. Pabllo patronage It the beet evidence of
merit. There Machines, alike Ttcionoiie or pra u
dice and competition, now justly enjoy more univer
sal favor than haa ever been bestowed upon any
Sewing Machine. ...
Mnnnlacturing Machines making the shuttle
itltch, and Family Machines making the celebrated
urover naserauicutoi4f uiuureu. imKoniDt J
Ins: In price from $50 to S125; descriptive circulars of
, i r tit a At ..fik. tlil Ann Ilia hod
niacninesana iuusiriiuuB ui iutj sium, w "
on application, py letter or oiuerwue. ju-u
KELSEY & GO'S.
FAMILY SEWING MACMNE.
Price, from 9)25 to 915.
IT 19 A FACT, CONCEDED BY ALL,
tht th una Machines stand pre-eminently muiT
In the phalanx of Sewing Machines.
Their undoubted merits, easo of management, aud
superiority of work combino to recommend them
toe PUDIIO as me most ue.linuiv B aimijr Jii,iiuw va-
ant. , ...,...- ,v.. .
(Jail ana examine as no. au it est . uurm i,i
Very liberal discounts made to Agonts.
Address. D. W. HABK1NQT0N A CO.,
j620 Box 16A1; Cincinnati, unio.
SINGER'S SEWING MAC1MES.
Pricu Xtductd to 50, tT5, U0 and f W5.
filacer'! New Family Sewing Machine!
The price of which is only SM, is a light and elegant.
. ... u i-i T u.m no 1 1, til.
ty uecoraieu jiiaciiiue, winm. i "...., ..
best style, all the sewing of a private family.
Singer's Trnnsverae Shuttle Machine
To be sold at $79, is a Machine entirely new in its ar
rangement; it is very beautiful, moves eapidly and
very easily, and, for family me and light manufac
turing purposes, is the very best and cheapest Ma.
chine ever offered to the public.
ginger' No. 1 Standard Shuttle machine,
formerly sold at I3!, but now reduced to JllO.is
known all ovor the world. Every sort of work can
be done with it.
ginger's No. 9 Standard Shuttle machine,
This Is the favorite manufacturing Machine every
where. Price, with table complete, V2!.
"Send for a Circular.
Agent for J. M. ginger A Oo.
No. 8 Enat Fourth street,
ItH.f CINCINNATI, OHIO.
LESTER'S SEWING MACHINES.
I WOULD BESPECTFULLY 1HF0KM
thesewinsnnbllcthatlamthe sole authorized
Agent for the sale cf the
LESTER'S IMPROVED SHUTTLE
And being well acq nam tod with its merits, and famil
iar v.ith its operation, I feel confident that those
want of such an articls, will Rive it preference over
all others now before the public.
I deem It unnecessary to enumerate all Its advan
tages, ss those who may wish to purchase will proba
bly prefer to satisfy themselves by personal inspec
tion, which they may do bv calling at
KayPersnne nurchasluff Lester's Bewinff Hschlne
nan. u ' whi nn.ar.n r......
will receive practical instructions upon them free
charge. All macuinos warrauieu.
WILLIAM LAFHAM, Agent.
; No. 92 West Fourth street, directly
Jy2C-tf-t Opposite Post OfUce,
I believe I make the beat Lock-Hitch Hewing
ehlnes, in the world. If the purchaser dose not think
so after tlx months trial, I will refund you the
soo JBLNX 110,
Price of Machines.
O PH(1IC AND fiAT.H BOOMS-Dtrectly on
Horthwest corner Main and Fourth streets,
Owen's Jewelry establishment.
oarAll kinds of riewlns-Machines ronalred.
light machinery manufactured, at the Factory,
Walnut-street, corner walnut ana nun.
UJ-Agenta wantod In other cities to sell mT
lag-Machines. Address, P. EVANS, Jr., Uincin
Two Threaded Doable Lock Tlsjht Stltcli
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
ALSO THE VERNON
Dame euicn, rwo sises, pnee o.,3,uu aau 9iv,vvi
The very latest Invention and the most noiseless
. n . , . , . , 1 Anm aa J A . A
terieot running macmueexuni. in. .it,
machines make the same stitcb, equally as well
higher priced ones. On these machines ws apply
only Hammer that will turn any width of hem-It
the only one in tne market that is adjustable to
width nr nem, witn any inicaness 01 cioin.
PMranna roaMln-ln the ennntrv wishing samnlea.
Information, bv tacloslna 8a. stamp, will
Local afienu wanted In all the cities and towns
P. 0. Box
Or call at Sean Swift's Watch and Jewelry
1ST Main street, 2d door above Fourth, Otncinnstl,
HOWE'S SEWING MACHINES
, Jr., Patentee of the original
FOE FAMILY USB AND MANUFACTUR
The Family Machines are well adapted for
mm, or galtsr fitting.
s vyimoer jssooidwi,
far all liothar atltchlns. hsve alwara held a
tion rar above any oiner. roe pnono are ueairea
re anv otfa
axamlna.and ureoaM where
A. T. JACKSON, Agent
' Ho.' It West Fourth street, In H'Orackeo's
lening store, tnncinnau, v.. m
FBANKilH TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
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Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
SWAgency eslabliihed In Cincinnati In 1 W2S, an
tedating all prenent local Insurance Uompanios and
Agencies in the Insurance biiBlten in this city. 33
years constant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience, enterprise aud llborallty, especially com
mend the 2TNA Insurance Oompany to the favora
ble patronaneof this community standing solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of 1843,
(absolute AND UNIMPAIBBD.) with a
SURPLUS OF 1,U3U,123 80.
And the preitigo of 40 years success and experience.
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OF $14,000,000, L0SE8,
Have been paid by tho Xtnn Insurance Company In
the past 40 years. -
Fire and Inlnnd Nuviatlon.-BIsks accepted
at terms consistent with solvency and fair profits.
Kepcclul attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms of 1 to H years.
Application made to any duly authorized Agent
fironiptly attended to. By strict attention toalogit.
mate Insurance business, this Company is enablod
to offer both Indemnity for the past and seem ity for
the future. Policies issued without delay by
JAS. U. CABTER, Agent, No. 40 Main street.
A. F. PATCH, Assistant Agent.
H. K. LINDSKV, Agent 171 Vino street',
J. J. HOOKER, Agent. Fulton. 17th Ward. an6
HALL S PATENT.
milF. MOST RELIABLE FIRE AND
M. BDRflTiAK P110OF SAFKS.-Thev have give
mure satisfaction than any other now in tw.
WonlVerAretviuvl of (IN K 'PHOI7SAN 1) DOT.
LARS to any person that can, up to tho present
time, show single instance wuorein tney navoinnea
to m-Merve their contents.
Villi this 8AFK wo challenge all competition, as
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Bnrglnr Proof now made; aud ere willing to
teat with any entablinhment in the Union, and the
par y failing first, to forfeit to the other, the sum
Wen re' prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at less
cost, than any other nmuutacttiror in tho United
Heco'nd-hand Safes of other mnkers, also on hand.
Woroepecltiilly invite tne pnuiic to can nuucxaiu.
ine our slock beforo purchasing elsewhere.
UAkii, uamiuiiij at w.,
atigll-ayl Kos. lind 17 East Ooliimbla street
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
uuoiera, umous unoiic, ana
ALL FAINS LV THE STOMACH & BOWELS.
Slade tty GEO. S. LIGHT,
WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, CINCINNATI,
Trm RAT.TS BY JOHN D. PARK. BUIRH. ECK-
8T1NK4 CO., and Druggists generally. Order left
at W11.MAM8OM & HiTnr.LD, IHo. 41 Walnut stroet
will be attended to. aula
THE OLD DOMINION
The best now In uio and all prepared for Bealing.
MILK - PAN
The groatest Invention yet.
AUTHUR, BUBNHAM ft OILUOY,
Manufacturers of Patent Articles.
AT Trade Depot for the welt,
21 East Pearl street, Cincinnati.
JOSEPH R. GttEEN, Agent,
awend for a trade Clreular. ant
BUILDING LUMBER FOR SALE
THOS. W. FARRIN & CO.,
OS FEEBMAN BTIIEKT,
Kelt to the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Ba
road. We offer for tale:
8,0011 Liocust jence rosis,
700 Cedar " do;
toil Chesnnt Oak do;
tvtn Cedar Grape Sticks;
90,000 feet Hemlock Fence Bosrds;
300,000 " Whits Pine" do;
wo.ooo " Yellow " " do;
3W),0U0 feet Pino, Osk.Poplar and Hemlock Joint,
J, 3. and i inch;
nrst uomniun, an tincaness
tlitra uommon iiosra rianx;
Together with a large variety of Flooring, Weather
Boarding, Shelving, Lath, Timber, eto.
1 Lumber delivered free of charge la the city npon
I. X. L.
A FTKR MANY YEARS OF PRACTICAL
. experience In tbe art of Mnttard-maklng,
proprietors offer the above brand of Mustard to
public, guaranteeing It a stviotly pure article, menu
factured from the best quality of seed, carefully
lantari with the dmlffn of aroduclnc a Mnstard HUPR
hmn IN Tf.AVim iKin PUNQENCTTO ANT
NOW IN-U8B. We have do hesiution tn laying
that all lovers of goon mnttarawui nuainei.a..
to be that which tney so frequently iau to oowin.
MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTARD.
VOrdsn promptly filled.
"TT VaRRIBON 4 WILSOK,
JeM - ' 99 ud 101 WalanustrMt.
' CENTRAL, HOTEL.
330 Main afreet,'- Bast aide, near Eighth,
aTiAMPBEIiL St BIRD, TOPRIBTORS,
The proprietors rospectfully beg to inform
friends and the publio, that the above house Is aewly
renovated, ana uttea np in a superior style ior tne
nommodation of aneata. ' Boarders will find sverv
tentlon paid to their comfort and charges moderate,
m ft'j"" ya' rjiiaawsa'p a . t
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton. RAILROAD.
Trnlns run through to Indianapolis, Lima, Han
ditBliy and Ulevefand without ohangepi cars. -
TUrougn iicaeia ior an Aaeieru, wwwiu, , -a
rnand Nortli-wentern oltles. - ;
a a m. KYPHRDH TKATNCfViInmbualime. r
which lsseven niinutea faster than Oieoinnatl For ii) :
Cleveland and Pittsburg, via Delaware, makea oo , :
connection at Oreetllne for Pittsburg, Baltimore,- f .
Pliiladelphla and New Tork; and at Cleveland ft
Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston and Sew York. AJao.eon.
ueoU at Dayton with Dayton and Michigan Botiifor
Troy, Plqua, Bidney, Lima, f ort Wayne aud Chioago,
reaching Ohicago at 7. P. M., Qulncy andOaVens at ; .
7 A.M. Also, at Dayton with Greenvlllo anu Miami 1
Boad.for Greenville, Union, Winchester and Muii. i :
cle. Also, connects at Richmond with . Indiana Oen. . ,T
Uaute.Ht. Loi, and all Western tUo. Alio, at ..
Blchmond with Cincinnati and Chisago Boad, for ;
Anderson. Kokomo and Peru. A1sa cuoiiocU with
Junotlon Railroad at Hamilton for Oxford.
8 A. IB. MAIL TRAIN Ifor Dayton, Spring
flfld and Sandusky (Jounecis at Sandusky with
H I'KAMRB for DKTB0IT: at UBBAK A forOOLUM- .
BUS; at Fornst with Pittsburg, Fort Wayneand Chi
cago Koad, East and West; at Clyde with C. and To.
ledo Koad for Cleveland and Buffalo, Tolodo, Detroit ,
and Chicago. This train also connects at DELA-
WAnK witn tne u.t u. v. Jsoaa ior uieveianu ana
points Kat. ......
4t30 P. RI. TRAIN For Dayton. Springfield ,
and Sanduuky-ConnecU at Forest with Pittiburg,
Fort Wayue and Chicago Boad, Bust and West: nt
Clyde with 0. and Toledo Boad for Cleveland ang Buf
falo, Toledo, Detroit and Chicago. Also, connects sc
Blchmond for Indiananolis. lerre Hsuie, St. Louis
and CliicBgo. Also, connects with Junction Ballroad
at unmiiton ioruxioru.
6 P. . TRAIN For Davton, Troy, Vlqna, Sid.
nay, Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago, reaching Chi- .
cagn st 8 A. M. .
tiiT The and S A. W. trains connect at Clereland
with steamers for Buffalo.
For further information and Tickets, apply at the
Ticket, offices-north-east corner Front aud Broad
way; No. 1A9 fValnut-street, near Gibson House; at ,.
the new Ticket 0ttlce,on the went side cf Vine-street,
between PuBtofflce and Burnet Uouso; nt the Walnu'
Street uuuae, oral tne bixin-strrai iepoi.
an 19 ' v, inuiiAttjr., puperinwnuem.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Traiiis Daily.
THREE THR.0U9H EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Tialn-No. I Express, at 6 A. 11., connects via
Oolnmbus and Cleveland, via ('olumbus.Urestilne and
Pittsburgh, via Columbus, Steubenville and Pitta,
burgh, botroitviaOlevolandaudsteatnvr. This Train
stops, between Ciuciunatl and Columbus, at Lore
land, Deerneld, Morrow, Xenia, Cedarville, South
Charleston, London aud Wist Jefferson.
Second Train- No. 2 Expross, at 6:30 A. M., connects
via Columbus, Bsllalr and Bonwoixl; Wheeling; via
Oolumbus,t)teubenvllieand Pittsburg: viaOoliunbus,
Crestline and 1'ittslmra: via Columbus and Cleve
land; Detroit, via Cleveland and steamer: V hlte Sul.
phur citation, via BpringneUl. This Train stop be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, at Plainvtlle, Mil
ford, Mlamlvllle, Lovelatid. Seerfleld, Morrow, Cor
win, Spring Valley, Xeula and Loudon.
Third Train-Accommodation, at 4:40 F. H., for
Fourth Train Nicht Express, at 11:80 P. M.; con
nects vlnColmnbns, Bollnlr and Benwood; Wlieeiingi
via Oolumbus, Steubenvillo and Pittsburg; via Co
lumbus, Oreatllue and Pittsburg: via Columbus and
Cleveland. This train stops at Loveland, Blorrow,
Oorwln.Xenlaand London. SLEEPING 0AR8 On
TI11S TRAIN. r
No. 1 Kxpress, through to Cleveland without change
No.2Kxpresi,thT0nghto VYheelingwIthont change
Tho NIGHT EXPRESS Praln leaving CinclniaU
t 11:30 P.M., runs daily, except SATURDAYS, lbs .
ether Trains run dully, except SDN DAYS.
for all Information, and f hrongh Tickets to Dos. ,
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Kaltlmore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Olsvelaud,
Pittsburg, wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
avply at the Offices, Walnut Street Douse, No. 1 Bur
net House, south-east corner of Broadway and Frost
streets, and at the Kastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which is seven ann
ates faster than Cincinnati tine. .
i. DTJBAND. Bup'l.
Omnlbnsei callforpassengers by leaving direction
at tho Ticket Offices, myl7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST,
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
Wly Vnt Uhange oj Ittn eertoeen Cincinnart
Three PassenserTralnsloaveOlnclnnatldallr. tram
thefoot of Mill and Front streets.
6:W A. M.-Uhlcago Mail arrives at Indlatufnolti at
10:30 A. M..: Chlcaeo at 7:3ft V. hi. Thla tin eon.
nectawithsll night trains on t of Chicago, for the
West and Korth-west.
12:01) M. Torre HantoaitdLnvfAvottAflooniTMrMl
tion arrives at Indianapolis, tit (MO P. HI., making
direct connections at Indianapolis wltkTerre Haute
Trains and Indianapolis aud Lafayette trains for
Decatur, Bprlngtiold, Naples, Uuincy, Hannibal aud
8t. Joseph; also with Pern trains for Pern, Ft.Wayne
6:M) P.M. Ohicago Express arrives at Indianapolis
at 10:30 P. M. Chicago at 7:40 A.M. Making clese
connections at Chicago with all morning trains ont
of Chicago. This train connects at Indianapolis
witn rerre uaute trains ior an roints west anu
Sloping oars are attached to all the Bight trains
on this line,, and run thiough to Chicago without
obango of cars.
This is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with favorable and reliable arrangements,
with all connection roads thionghout the entire
West, guarantees unusual care and I he amplest ac
commodations to the nati ons oi thla line.
tsr lie sure you are in rue rigut ticket omce cwiore
;ou purchase your tickets, anil ask for tickets via
swrenceonrg anu inaiaiiapous.
Fare the same as by any other ronte. Baggage
THBOCQH T1CKKTB, good until used, can be ob
tained at the ticket otllcea, at Baencer Bouse Corner,
north-east corner Broadway and trout; Ho. 1 Bur
net IJonae Corner; at the Walput-street House, and
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on Front street, where
all necessary Information may bo had.
umnlousaes run to ana irom aeon train, ana w
call foi nauenffers at all hotels and all sorts of tbt
city, Dl leaving aauress at eituer omce.
W. II. L. NOBLD.
General Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
ST. LOUIS. ' :
TWO DAILY THBOCQHTB AIMS leave Biz til street
repoc, ai 0 &. at, anu i:ou r. ia.
a A W -TWI)TANAPOLI8. 81. LOU1H k OHICA.
00 FAST BXPBE88. Through direct, making olose
oonneetipns for all other Westernand North-western
points. This Train also connects at Blchmond with
Cincinnati snd Chicago Boads, for Anderson, loko.
mo. ijogansport, ana ail points on nausea vausy
Ballroad.. ... . a t D
4:30 f. m.in oian aruuiu, imivairv m atm
T.miTS NIOHT EXPRESS. The above Trains make
close connections at Indianapolis, Lafayotte and Ubi
cago, with Trains for Terre Hants, Springfield, Uock
ISianQ, USieSUUrB, &euunu, AJ.iuna, WMUBiiiw,
Ti.nclIU Riullnstnn. Milwaukee. Matbion. Naoles.
Galena. Qulncy, Prairie dn Olilen, Pane. Peoria,
TJnnleitb.Baoine, Decatur, Bloomlngtoit. Jollet, La
Salle, St. Paul, and all towns and cities to the north
west; . . . . . . .
sasr-TDrougn iicaeu givsn ana naggme mums
through.. , . . .
For mrtnsr lniormanon ana xiirongn iicaew, ap.
ily to Ticket Offlces.noith-east orner ot Front 'a
iroadwar: No. 169 Walnut street, near Fourf ,.
south-east corner of Fourth and Vine Itrer al
the SUth-street Depot. , ,
v. m. nuaaon, D'iPriotendent.
Omnibuses will call for passengers !, iMin thetf
Barnes at either of the Ticket oflor,,. ' W"'B ,u
138 W.B. SMITH, Agent.
OANDY I OANDY
(Saooewor to Mtiib A Co,) -Hknnfactureri
and Wholesale Dealers
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
: i . ti ' - . . s
40 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI
(suociasoa to rirai smith,)
At 80 West Fifth st,a
Ha eeastantlv ea haad a Lara Tartotr at
FAJWX U0DSf TOTS, CHINA,
saasse sj ' ansa a
tuning -iaoue, military Goofli, etc.,
VH0LI8ALI AMD BIT AIL, "
AT VERY XDVT; PRICE.
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