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T HE PEE S S.
FRIDAY., AUGUHT 'Jtt
; :':? . : :'-
.,8'lX CENTS Wl LL PAY FOR THE
PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
OrFICI, 14 Wilt r0VTR-8TRllT.
"HAVE PATIENCE."
A youth mid a ninitl one winter night.
Were Hitting in tbe corner,
Ilia name, we are told, was Joshua Whit,
And lien wu 1'atlence Warner.
Hot much the pretty maid lalil,
Beside tho young nin sittiNg;
liar cheeks worn flushed rosy r"il,
Her oyes beut oa her knitting.
Nor coolil he guess what thoughts of lilui
Were to bar bosom flocking,
A her fair lingers, swift aud "lira.
flew round oud round th stock lug.
. While m for Joshua, bashful youth,
Ilia word grew few nd fewer;
Though ell the time, to Ml the truth,
, . HU chair edged uearer to her.
Meantime her halt of yarn cave out,
' Him koir so fast andatead;
And he must (five hiii eld, no deiibt,
T get another ready.
Ho held the akeiu; of course the thread
Out tangled, snarled and twisted;
"Have patience !" cried the artless maid,
To lii in who ber assisted.
' . . . i
flood rlianre was this for tongue-tied churl
Toshorteu all palaver;
"Have Patience! ' cried he, "dearest girl!
Aud mill I really have her?"
The dd n an ilnne: n more that uight,
Clicked needles in the corner;
And Hhe Is Mrs. Joshua White
That unco was Patience Warner.
Adventure with a Maniac.
Among the inmates of an Insane asylum
ie it, physician who was formerly well
known and much rejected in the com
munity where he resided; but reverses of
. . - 1 l..J.L-l I
lontine so prcyeu upon nis rainu mat ne
, boonmo insane, and, during his delirious
moments, would do much mischief, so
that, finally, his friends were obliged to
imt him in the half-crazy department of
cue asyium, wnere, uunng ma muunui
periods, he received visits from his friends.
A gentleman friend of the writer, who
hod been well acquainted with the doctor
during his prosperity, thus describes a
visit
After the Doctor was placed in the
asylum I felt quite anxious to visit him;
so, upon one of the reception days, I found
myself very warmly greeted by my old
friend, and, as he clasped my hand in his,
and the pearly tears trickled down his
sunken cheeks, he said it made his heart
rejoice to find that friends who in pros
perity had nocked around him did not
forget him now that so peat an affliction
had fallen upon him. lie conversed with
me for halt an hour as intelligently as
any one in their right senses; and then,
us we were admiring the beauty of the
country, proposed that we should go upon
the housetop, where & better view opened
before us. Up, up we mounted, four
flight of stairs, ana having reached the
ladder that led to the scuttle we were soon
on the roof, and admiring the beautiful
scenery. J will not stop to describe the
view, but hasten on to the close of tho
story. After a few moments conversation
the doctor said,
"I could be content to live here always;
the cool air fans my cheeks so soothingly,
the sunlight peeps through the trees in
such a subdued manner, that I could lie
here and almost imagine myself upon en
chanted ground. But look in the yard!
what are the men doing there?"
Following the direction of liis eyes, I
looked far, Tar down in the yard beneath
us, and saw men walking round tho yard,
but at such a distance they seemed more
like children. My head grew dir.zy, and,
with a siekening feeling, l turned away.
"Oh! wouldn't it be fun to jump down
among them? You go first and I'll follow;
as wo go flying through tho air they'll
think we're birds. Won't we play them
a nice trick?"
Oh, horror! my blood ran cold as he
uttered these words, and, glancing at him,
I wag chained, as it were, to the spot
where I stood, for he was now stark mad.
His blood-shot eyes glared wildly at me;
u passionato look overspread his features,
while, shaking his bony urni in a threat
ening nmnncr, he spoke, nay, almost hissed
through his clenched toeth,
"Say, will you jump? Vou can't hurt
yourself; I'll catch you if you fiaJl; now's
the time, one, two, three; are yon not going
to jump? quick, quick, or I'll throw you
down, down, down!"
Oh! how shall 1 describe the sensation
I felt? Tho perspiration started from
every pore; my limbs almost sank from
beneath mo, while my whole nervous sys
tem experienced a shock froui which I
hall never recover.
, "Ho! ha!" continued he, ''you're afraid,
coward, coward, that you are; you know
the adage 'a bird that can sing and won't
ring must be made to sing;' so, sir, unless
you jump, I'll make you jump."
Suiting the action to the word, he made
a spring at me, grasped mo by tho collar,
and, with gigantic strength, raised me off
my feet, and was in the act of hurling ine
headlong down into the deep chasm, when
It must have beeu a visit from my
guardian angel, for, like a flash, an idea
entered my lead, and I immediately put
it into elocution.
Patting my arm around his neck, and
stroking his head fondly, I gained my
footing, and said, in as calm a voice as I
could command,
".Stop a minute and listen to inc. It
would be poor fun to jump down there;
anybody can do that; but I'll tell you
what we'll do. Let us go down stairs
just as softly as we can until we reach
the yard, then we'll get into a good place
and jump up; yes, will jump from tho
yard on the house; that will bo a great
deal nicer thaa that jumping down, for
anybody can do that, you know- but
there are very few persuns who can jump
upas high as this; ? we will show the
men in the yard how much more accom
plished we are than they;" and I clapped
my hand on his shoulder in a familiar
manner.
The wild light went out from his eye;
for a moment a gleam of intelligence shot
athwart his features, and slipping his
arm through mine, he said,
"You are right; I did not think of that
before Won't the boys laugh? ha! ha! to
tee how much we'il hare the best of them?
they oan'tdo it, can they? lead tho way;
ha! ha! hal" ana, clapping his hunds, and
dancing in an ccntacy of joy liko a little
child, Co made the air ring with his silly,
sickening laugh; but already I felt the
danger past, and leading him carefully
down the ladder and through the halls,
we, continued convening in a harmless
manner of th exploit we were about to
commit :'
It was my intention to meet the keopor,
if possible, and place the nianiao in his
charge. Fortunately, on our way to tho
yard, he cume out ol one of the colls; and,
having told him our plans, -said he would
try his skill in jumping, too; and, taking
tho hand of the maniao, led him to the
door of his cell, and telling him to rest
before trying his exploit, closed the door
and turned the key on him.
Tho unnatural strength which had
borne me up thus far could hold out no
longer, and, as a sense of the danger I
had just escaped cttmo upon me, my shat
tered nerves gave way to the shock, and
1 sank senseless at tho keeper's feet.
Three weeks I hovered between life and
death, as delirious as a madman, and then
gradually my strength began to return.
But my norves were completely unstrung;
I never shall be tho person I once was,
and the mere mention of a maniac makes
me shudder and thiuk of my perilous
adventure.
HUMOROUS.
fisarWhy is a jug like a side-saddle?
ltoran.-e it holds a gal-on.
SSrThe man who was hemmed in by a
crow J has been troubled with a stitch in
his sido ever since.
BSirProfound silonco in a public assem
blage has been thus neatly described:
"One might have heard the stealing of a
pocket handkerchief."
86o5A Yankee who had seen Powers'
"Greek Slave," and was asked if he was
not in raptures with it, replied: "Woll, to
toll the truth, I don't euro much about
them stone gals.
JSj&A convict who was about to bo
sent to the House of Correction, was told
they would sot him to picking oakum.
"Let 'cm try it, by gosh," said he, "I'll
tear their darned oakum all to pieces!"
3T"Pa didn't I hear you say the other
day you wanted a cidor press?"
" es, daughter, where can I got one?"
"Why you try Zeko Stokes; ho hugged
me the other evening at the party, and I'll
tell you ho made me grunt!"
JSSTAn idle man once asked a coal
merchant what a peck of coal multiplied
by eight, divided by four, with a tun added
to them, and a bushel subtracted, would
come to. " Well," said the coal merchant,
"if you burn 'em, they'll como to ashes."
4agA New York correspondent says
that ten millions of hooped skirts arc
manufactured in that city per year.
Houses there mako more than ftnvee thou
sand per day, and still cannot till their
orders. In the name of lost pins, where
can such a world of emptiness go!
Colohkd 1'RifNcii. "Lady" and "goiu
man" of "culler," dressed to kill, moot on
corner Cherry and V dar
"Good evening, Moonsluir," smiling
dovincly.
"Why, how d'do, Mammy zell?" bowing
charmingly.
Thero was French for you.
Dean Swift was onco asked to
preach n short charily somioii, He com
plied with tho requcKt The tiermon is,
perhaps, the shortest on record. Text:
"Ho that hath pity on the poor, lendeth
unto tho Lord." Sermon: "If you like
the security, down rith tho dust" An
unusually large collection was taken up
immediately after.
8&A Bhoemaker received a note from
a lady to whom ho as particularly at
tached, requesting hion to make her a pair
of shoes, and not 1 aiowing exactly the
style she required, he. dispatched a written
missive to her, inquiring whether she
would have them" round or Esq. Toad."
Tho fair on8,indign8 at at this nice orthog
raphy, immediately replied, "Knethro."
JSyA Hchoolrattsfier, as a punish mont
to one of his pupils for using profano lan
guago, ordered him to take a pair of tongs
and watch a hole int tlin hearth until ho
had caught a inousa. The boy took tho
tongs and demurely waited for tho visitor.
Directly after ho raw a mouse peeping
out of the hole. Cautiously placing n
leg of the tongs on cither sido of tho holo,
he grasped tho momse, and triumphantly
swinging it aloft exclaimed, "By l d,
rvogothim!"
Mijahurb kor MlsAsirtK. A tall West
ern girl named Sho rt, 1.0x0 loved acortain
big Mr. Little; win lo J-ittlo i.ittlk think
ing of Short, loved a little lass named
Long. To mako :a lomi story short,
Little proposed to L. ng, and Short lonukd
to be oven with Li ttle's siioRT-coniings,
0 Short meeting Long, threatened to
marry Little before lonu, which caused
Littlo, in a shoet ti mo, to marry Long.
ukky. Did tali- short love big L?ttlo
less, because Little 1 oved Long?
Touch lso. A few days ngo a bright
little girl of probably three or four niiin
inors, who recently lowt lier father, etinio
vn to Professor Wise, 0 1 tho Jones Houe.
aim sum:
"Mr. Wise, won't you take me up with
you in your balloon'.'"
"Why do you want to go, my dear?"
replied tho Professor.
"J wHnt to sec my papa," was the touch-1
ing response.
A tear was visible in iTieairoiiimti's eye,
as he assured her that it wat. impossible
tor 111111 10 laKC ner mgii er ougli to sec
hor papa. Lafayctto Journal.
About a Pio. " Patrick, the widow
Molony tells me that you hnve stolen one
of her finest pigs.. Is that, so?"
"Yes, ycr honor."
"What have you dono vrith it?"
"Killod it and ato it, ye r honor."
"Oh, Patrick, whon you arc brought
face to face with the widow and hor pig,
on the judgment day, what account will
you be able to givo of yourself when tho
widow accuses you of tho theft?"
"JJiu you say tho pig would bo there,
yer riverance?"
"To he sure I did."
"Well, thin, yer riverance, I'Jl say, Mrs,
Molony, there's your pig."
JWhen Leigh Kitchie was traveling
in Ireland, ho passed a maiiwho was a
painful spectacle of pallor, wpmllor, and
raggednoss. His heart smoto him, anil
he turned buck. "If you're in want,"
said Kitchie, witli sonic degree of peevish
ness, "why don't you beg?1' '"simc, it's
bogging I am, yor honor." "Too didn't
sny a word." "Ov course uufc, ycr honor;
hut see how tho skin is sprakmg through
the holes of uiu trousers and the bones
crying out through my shin. Look at mo
sunken cheeks, and the i'amJno that's
staring in me eyes. Man alivel isn't it
begging I am, with a hundred tongues?"
MISCELLANEOUS.
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Wi B. DODDS,
Formerly ol riall.Dodda ACo.; late Urbaa.Doddi Oo,
XV. B. Doddg fc Co.,
UAixraorvBiu ot raa
OONORHTH
Fire and Burglar Prool
S A IP E3 ST,
8. IV. Corner of Vine fc Second Streets.
This ts the most reliable FIBE AND UUKQLA
PROOF SAKE that Is made in the United Statee.and
la warranted perfectly tree from damp. Van be sold
at lower prices, arid is of bettor workmanship than
can be found elsewhere.
We have a large aasorfmentnn hand, aud in de
termined to aell at prices hat cannot fail to please.
Old Safes
Taken In exchange. SECOND-HAND SAFES al
ways on hand at extremely low prices. 7X
QUEEN CITY VAENISH CO ,
411 Vine SI reel,
Continues to manufacture all varieties of
VARNISHES
AND
OF
RELIABLE QUALITIES.
mOMPT ATTENTION Riven to orders, and all
(owl a sent out guaranteed to be of good quality.
niy3-3m
ROOFING.
Saltonstairs Fire and Water Proof.
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC
COATING FOR ROOFS.
THE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
Coating for Metal Roots, or any Iron Work ex
posed In ine. Warranted to withstand the severest
tents of Heat, Cold, Itain, or Sulphuric Acid, and re
main perfectly Impervious to Water. It will not
melt, crack, wash or acale off. For new, old, leaky
metal roofa.or for ennvat roofs, it la Ad per cent,
cheaper Mian any otherooatlng. All ordera accom-
Rallied with t he cash or satisfactory references, will
e promptly rilled, in any unsold territory South and
West of New York and Pennsylvania, for further
information, apply to p, Boy8 ,k 00i
Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers,
je7-t 1S2 West Second atreet. Cincinnati, Ohio.
t. a. vs, V. MBanhWB.
VAX & BARRINGER,
manufacturer of
Van's Celebrated Patent Combined
COOKING STOVES,
For WOOD or COAL. The moat convenient, eco
nomical and durable Cooking Stove ever invented,
for Steambonts, Hotels, Restaurants and Private
Hones. Cooking and boiling wator for wash and
batU rooms, in TarRS Quantities, in any adjoining
apartment by the same fire.
Warcroonis, 179 Main St., Cincinnati.
war Bights to manufacture and sell then BTOVIB
may be secured on application to the proprietors, at
thai rwarerooms. , ,
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
Important Improvement!
WELLS' PATENT
1
WEIGHS ONLY CI LBS! MASCFAUTCBED,
WHOLESALE AND 11ETA1L, BY
BENNETT & CO.,
iy5lam Bvcamore street, below fifth.
COAL 6ilT COAL OIL!!
Burning anil Lubricating Oil,
MANUFACTURES FROM
O-ANCTSXi COAL
BY THE
GBEAT WESTERN COAL & OIL CO.
For sale In quantities to suit purchasers, and war
ranted eqnal to auy in the market, Ordera sent to
the office of the Company, Newark, Ohio; or at their
Agency, No. lii West Front St., Cincinnati. jel
Gas Fixtures,
AT REDUCED fiRICES.
WE HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST
variety and best selected aiwortment of Qaa
Fixtures in I'inclnimti, coneiating of all that is now
or desirable in tho Qua Fixture line.
Wo warrant every l'ixturo we sell to he equal, both
in material and flnish, In any that is Hold in this o
nuy other market, and in addition will Kunrant j
them tn retain their color and remain perfect foi-flva
years from tho timo they are put lip by us.
Call, see, andeiatulno ouretock,
Ili'HKNltV ft CARSON.
jySI-cm 1S2 MaiD street, near Fourth.
rflHE OUTCAST ELASTIC ME.
-. TALL1C ROOKING" Is offered lo the public
as tho bout and cheapest .Molal Hoof now used, its
meritB tested by an experWnra of years in Ibis city
and vicinity. Aprlied to flat or steep, old or new
buildlnss. No saltier used fastened en'urcly with
out expiisiire to the action of the elements.
l'rernreit sheets, boxed for ahipment to any part of
the United titates, can be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Ordera promptly filled.
.CALDWEI
;tiLi t co,
irin-tf
m WeatHeinnri treot.
Merrell's Blackberry Anodyne.
mHIS MEDICINE IS OFFERED TO THE
M. Public SB OIIA of tho best. If lintthAtrnrvhAHt mAit-
Icino that has ever l' n Inveutedi.irDiAnniir.A, Dv.
I kntebt, OoLRRa lNfAKTi'M, and all other derange
: mollis of the Stomach and Disestire Organ, which
urn so prcvnla nt mid fatal in our country corrects
1110 ueraugcu couwiuMi 01 ine i,ivur: aliii) Nervous
lrritntioim, such as is runted by Teething, elves
toneimd hwilihy action to the bow.'ln,imJ withal, is
pleasant in take. lyZt-bmr
CHAMPAIGNE WINES.
P REENSEAL,"
v "IMFKHIAL,"
"0AU1NKT."
. , .. e . , "HKIDSIECK,,
And other favorite brands, annatantly en band
. K. H. A W. B. COLEMAN,
Je2l II and A Burnet flnuee tltitldiiis:,
c 1 Ya Ik etsT "oLl jr ets i V
WB HAVE RECEIVED
, 100 Caaea St.Julieu Claret.
Which we ofler nt a stun!! advance.
. K. F. A W. it. ;OLBMAN,
I"' a ami S lluruet Buuse lliiildintl
TOILET SOAP,
t QR0SS TOILET SOAP,
On consignment, very low.
Hotels, Ilnardinit-Ilouses and families would do
woll lo examine the stock.
K. B. W. B. COLKMAN,
121 ) a mnl a Hornet. Ifm,." ftllilding.
Money! Money! J!loiieyT
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
"MONEY LOANED OM WATflTIKR. .TRW.
1 ,-K''1Blf nn1 " k'nd uf Merchandise, at low
; v..''!""'!'.!"1'". west pi x ill nret'i, ihj
tween V jj I nut A V i w . 214
MEDICATED STRENOTHEFINQ
PLA8TKK8.-These Hastens ara excellent
remedies in cases of pain and weakness in the aide,
brensiorback; also, in rheuniallcafrentlons.conjths
Mtlima.spralns, bruieea. and kldnny or spinal aflec.
tlons. Tho Arnica. Galbanum, Pitch, Poor Man's
and Hemlock Plasters, are mannfactured of variona
A. GRIFFITH, and HiippKed te dealers anTdrnmlsts
on as fond terms as any manufacturers in Die U . fi, ()
I A 1)1 US IF YOU WISH A flOOD DOIT-
Ide-Threaded Family Sewlnn Machine; which
1 !?r P,rjfct!i:1 .'P r surpassed, rail at No.
! I arllsln Building, second alry, crner Fourth and
, Walnut, and see "Novelty," Ijnwn'a Pnlont. the only
1 viiic.hliie that nan he ns.'d with either a single or don'
, hi. thread. It Is Hi. Imt Machine made, and never
1 brinks needles. Call and seen. oreid for. t'lrunlar
, md specimen of work. f T. fKldKMAN,
rien Atraritrnr tin, Wmii mnit .,h.u,u
Tin. I H Mwiu-alrcef. belnw Knurtli.
WILLIAM H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
, and Counsellor at Iaw, Chase's Building
Third street, I doera Kaat of Weir- "in
SEWING MACHINES.
Sloat&Go.'
SEffINC MACHIOS,
Oinclnnat I, Office M West Fourth atreet,
QF THOSE INTENDING 10 PURCHASE,
we desire a personal Investigation of thd com.
paratlve merits of theaa Sewing Machines with all
ethers in the market,
aull FBANK HKNKV, Agent.
G. C. KNIFPIN&CO.
DEALERS IN
Lndd, Webster & Co.'s,
' (Lata Bunt, Webster A Co.'s,)
SEWING MACHINES,
No. 6 West Fourth street, Cincinnati.
. Theaa Machines have been tteadlly advancing in
popular favor for tho past year.tndarenowestcemed
by all who have given them a trial as the "Ne Pins
Ultra" of Bevrlug Machines. The evenness and reg
ularity, and tightness of allien mads by them, has,
more than anything else, tended to this result. Added
to tblsit tba undeniable fact of their simplicity and
ease of management, there being no band or cog
wheels, as In aome Machines, or leather pads and
crooked needles, as In others. They commend them
selves to the dresa-maker by the regularity of the
feeding arrangement, which never puckert or tears
the work, by the uniformity of stitch alike on both
aides ofthefabrio, by their nolseleasness and rapidi
ty; to the tailor by their great strength and dnrablli
ty, tightness of stitch and capacity for using linen
thread; to families, by the combination of all these
unalltiea. Send lor circular and sample of work,
jyi-t
GROVER& BAKER
SEWING MACHINE CO.
13 WEST FOURTH BTEEET,
Cincinnati.
AS AN EVIDENCE OF THE SUPERIOR
ITY of the Machines manufact ured by the Gra
ver andBakerSowing Machine Co., they have over
30,0m in dally use in manufactories, work-shops and
families. Public patronage is the best evidence of
merit. These Machines, alike victorious over preju.
dice and competition, now justly enjoy more univer
sal favor than has ever been bestowed upon any
Sewing Machine.
Manufacturing Machines making the shuttle
stitch, and Family Machines making the celebrated
Orover A Baker stitch, of 37 different patterns, vary
ing in price from SW to fins; descriptive circulars of
Machines and Illustrations of the stitch, can be had
on application, by letter or othorwise. js-ao
KELSEY & CO'S.
IMPROVED
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
Price, from 925 to $45.
IT IS A FACT, CONCEDED BY ALL,
that these Machines stand pre-eminently vibst
In the phalanx of Sewing Machines.
Their undoubted merits, eaeo of management, and
superiority of work combine to recommond them to
the public as the most desirable Family Machine ex
tant. Call and examine at No. 30 West Fourth street,
Very liberal discounts made to Agents.
Address, S. W. HARRINGTON A CO.,
Je20 Box 1651; Cincinnati, Ohio.
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES.
Prictt Rtductd lo 150, ITS, 9110 and $125.
Slncer't) New Family Bewlrm Machine,
The price of which Is only JV), Is a light and elegant
ly decorated Machine, capable of performing, in the
beat style, all the sewing of a private family.
Singer's Transverse Shuttle Machine,
Tabs sold at (79, IsaHachlneentirely new in its ar
rangement; it ia very beautiful, moves rapidly aud
very easily, and, for family use and light manufac
turing purposes, Is the very boat and cheapest Ma
chine ever offered to the public.
Singer's No. 1 Standard Shuttle Machine,
Formerly sold at but now reduced to 1110,1s
known all over the world. Every sort of work can
be done with It.
ginger's No, !t Standard Shuttle Mnchlue,
This Is tbe favorite manufacturing Machine every
where. . Price, with table complete, $124.
HTBend for a Circular,
JANES 8KARDON,
Agent for J. M. Singer A Oo.
No. 8 East Fourth atreet,
JeU-t CINCINNATI, OHIO.
LESTER'S SEWING MACHINES.
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
the sewing public that I um the sole authorized
Agent for the sale of the
LESTER'S IMPROVED SHUTTLE
SEWING WHINES;
And beiug well acquainted with Its merits, and famil
iar with its operation. I feel confident that thine in
want of such an article, will givo it preference over
all others now before tlio public.
I deem It unnecessary to enumerate all It. advan
tages, aa those who may wish to parchase will proba
bly prefer to satisfy theinaelvea by personal inspec
tion, which tliey may do by calling at
No. U2 Went Fourth street.
snyPersons purchaai iik Lester's Sowing Machine
will receive practical Instructions upon them free ol
charge. AH machines warranted.
'.WILLIAM LAPHAIM, Agent.
; No. 52 West Fourth street, directly
Jy26-tf-t Opposite Post Office.
E V EASTS'
MANUFACTURING
SEWING MACHINE.
I believe I make the bsst Lock -stitch Sewing Ma
chines, In theworld. If Ibo purchaser dos not think
so after six months trial, I will refund you the
BOO ACTD SllO,
Price of Machines.
OFFICE AND BALK BOOMS-Dlrectly im the
Northwest corner Main and Fourth atreets, over
Owen'a Jewelry establishment.
feTAIl kinds of.eVwIns-Macliinoj repaired, end
1 tcrli t maihinery miiniiliicliircil, at the s'uetory, 17
Welmit-atreet, corner Walnut and Fifth.
WeTAgi'iits wanted in other cities to sell niy 8ew.
iRg.Machints. Address, '. i;V.V'S, Jr., t'imin
naii. O. Rii'j.,
QUAKER CITY:
Two Threaded Double Lock Tight Stitch
$20
FAMILY SE WING MACHINE.
ALSO THE VERNON
Fame Stitch, two slms. price $.'1.1,00 and 940,00.
The very latest invention and the most nolseleeaand
perfect running machine extant. The aliove named
machines tnske the same stitch, equally as well as
higjier prloiid ones. On thesernacblnns wo apply the
only liemmer that will turn any widlh of heal It ia
the only one in the market that Is adjustable to fold
any width of hem, with any thickness of cloth.
Persons residing In tbe country wishing samples,
or information, by inclosing 3c. stamp, will receive
prompt attention-
Local agents wanted In all thscil! and towns in
Ohio. Addiess S. A. JENKH, Agent,
' P. 0. Box IflO;
Or call at Sean Swift's Watch and Jewelry Store,
I.'i7 Main street, ad door above Fourth, Cincinnati,
Ohio. . jrlVemt
HOWE'S SEWl(i MACHINES.
K. HOWE, Jr., Patentee or the original Dewing
, Machine.)
FOR FAOItLV IIME AND MANUFACTUR
ING FUR.FOSES.
The Family Machines are well adapted for lallors'
m, or gaiter fitting. Howe's Jyl iiidop Machines,
for all leather atltching, hove always held n reputa.
tins far abovM any other. TlmtiMhlie aredeairud to
siainiue, and purchiice wberv bet t suited, ,,,,
A. T. JAOKHON, Agent.
No. 19 West Fourth streot, I o U'Ciacken's Fur
lea Inn .tore. Oinoln nati, ; i ' mya
FRANKLIN TIPS A Nf STEREOTYPE
FOUNDRY, B. ALLISON, Bnmrintendent.
rnstlng Mnf erlala of all kinda. IM Vino street, tf
MISCELLANEOUS.
BY 8TA1E AUTHORITY.
Incofporaled 1819. 'Charter Perpetual
MarAannrc al&lillBliiutln TlaMnnaMIn 1S'2V an
tedating all present loealinatrniiceConipanioaarid
Agencies in the Inanrancebiisliieis in this city. 31
years constant duty here, combined with wealth, ex.
perlence, entnrprlre and liberality, especially com.
mend the JITNA Imuran Slnmnanv lo the favors-
lilA M.lmnin,nr .111. mmmhMlii' .1 Mndinsr solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer, of
Ulnciunati underwriters of lyio.
CashCapit.al.1.000,000.
(ABSOLUTE AND UNIMPAIRED. WITH A
SURPLUS OK $1,U3U,'13 80.
And tho prostlge of 40 years success and experience.
INVKSTUKNia or
Over $100,000 ia Ohio Securities.
Ul'WAItlM OP l'i,OI0,000. l,OMKS ,
Have boen paid by the yKtim insurance Uompany In
11,. A,,t .IS VH.M
Fire nntl Inlmid Nnvigaliou.-IlfckB accepjed
St terms consistent with solvency and tuir protits.
Especial attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
.Till f',nlfintfi. for tttrm ftf I fn.r,vearH.
Application made to any duly authorized Agent
rrompiiy nrienuea to, nysirirsniiemH-'u w n iuf.n
matA In.nrHnrA ImnlneKfl. this Comninv is enablod
to offer both indemnity for the past mid security for
the future, 1'oiictee issueu witlinutoeiay ny
JAS. H. CARTER, Agent, No. Main street.
A. K. PATCH. Assistant Agent.
H. K. LINDSEV, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.J. HOOKER, Agent. Fulton, I71h Ward. auH
MALL'S PATJ3NT.
ssmmt
31. 1
milE MOSTRELIABLEK1REAM)
M. BUROLAR PROOF BAKES. They havo given
moro sstisiautlon thun nay nther new in use.
We offer reward of (INK, THOUSAND l)OL.
LAHM to any person that can. up to the piv'iit
tinie.showa mnqlc inatanco wherein they have fniled
to preaerve their contents.
With thisHAFK we clmllengn all conipetitlon, na
heiugtlio best Fire Proof, lur(liir Proof, or Hre
snd Burglar Proof now made: und arc willlni! to
test with any ostalilislimciit In tlm Union, anrttlis
par' v falling flret, to forl'oit to the other, Hie sum
of 8S.IKMI. . .
Woart- prepurcil to furnish bettor Safe, and s.1 lea;
cost, tliuu auy other luaiiulBoluier iu the United
Slates.
Second-hand Safes of other raaltnrs, also ouliand.
Wurospectfiilly invite llui public to call ana examine
oar stock before pitrfbasing elsenhern.
HALL, CaUROLL A CO..
ttiglMyt Nob. 1.1 and 17Ent ColnniMa street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Eiliorxs Cholic, and
ALL PAINS I Tmi SVOMiCU & BOWELS.
.Tlsirlc liy GKO. S. IIOIIT,
WHOLESALE BRU3ai8T, CINCINNATI.
FOR SALE BY JOHN 1. PARK. SUI11K, EOK
8TiNK CO., and Druggfi ta generalh;. Order loft
at W iLHAMsoy A HAiriKuu, o. 41 Walnut street
will he attended to. au!3-tnovl
THE ' OLD D OPINION
AND
A POT.
A RT Ul U7A8
SELF - S BALING ,
FRUIT CANS
AND
T 3EL iS,
The best now In use snd all prepared for tioaliug.
PR A T T'S
PATEM1T
rf& Self-Ventilating
10' MILK- PAN1
Th. n.iii.1 tiiv.ntl.in vet. Kverv houoe-keetier
should uaveoue.
ABTHTJB, BURNHAM A GILItOY,
Manufactnrera of Patent Article!.
aWTrade Depot for the Weat,
U East Pearl street, Cincinnati.
JOSEPH B. HEEN, ylgent.
tMar-'eTid fur a trade Circular. aul
BUILDING LUMBER MLE
At Reduced Prlrca for CahorshoitTime.by
THOS. W. PARKIN & CO.,
OSFBEEMAN STltEET, :
Next to the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Ita
road. We offer for sale: , ... ' ,
3,iiii Loi-iwt Fence Poets;
7IKI Cedar " . . lo '.:. , .. . '.
un Choatiut Oak do;
linn Cedar Orapo Sticks; '-'
CSMinO feet Hemlock Fence Bosnia;
Jnti.iKKi ' White Pine ' do;
ia,nm " Yellow " do; , ,
wm,iHi .mingles;
7.S1.IKS) seconci . uo.
iisi,insi wnniiisii, " '
MiMsal " third Common Doard Pbmk;
Together with a largevarlety of Flooring, Weather
Boarding, Shelving, Lath. Tlmber.eto
Lumber delivered freool cliargo in, the city upon
cash bills. suS am
I. X. Li.
m: XT S T It. x
AFTER MANY YEARS OP PRACTICAI
experience in tho art of Hi utard-making,
propriotora ofler the above bran ;l of Miiaturd to
pnbllc, guaranteeing it a strictly pure article, menu
featured from tbe beet quality r.f seed, carefnlly se
lected with the design ol producing a Mtietiir'l bUPK
BIOIl IN TLAVOB AN1 I'ONQKNOY TO ANY
NOW IN USB. We hsv no Ueettnuon In saying
that all lovers Af goil MnaUrdwill bud the I. X.
to be that which I hey so freuoeatly rail to obtain,
, MI)TAH1 THAT IS MUST All U.
', gOrdera proniplly filled.
. IIARRrSOS WIISOX.
jeM , flit nod 1iil. Waalnnt-srrrrt.
CENTRAL HOTEIj,
main atreet, Kaat aide, nenr Eighth,
ptAMl'BELIi: & BIB.B, I'llOPRIUTORS.
t-V The proprietors rospcl fully bog,;- inferm their
friends and t he pnbllc, that the above houm Is newly
rsnovnteil, ana nueu up ui a superior aiyie lor tne
nmnrhnilalbinol' Clients. 'Boardera will tlnd avervat.
tent ion paid to their comfort and charges moderat.
m.
AT (?Z5 a
310,1100 teet I'llie, WK. l-opiar aim juniiioca 'wuiai,
Scantling and Tlnoner, all siKmand ln((llis;
l-si.miOfeetrlear H,l. IM, IM, t.-landi inch; ,
Tiki.imhi " ttratComniou.alltliickttcss; .
jyAl-ani't
RAILROADS.
JUNE 20.1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton. RAILROAD.
OUR DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THH ;
F
n,l... ,,n thmimli In I ndianatlollS, IjlTJlli'DaB
duakvand Cleveland without change ol cars. -
,f5Z..,,i -I'l-ken. for all Eastern. Woaterni North-'
Jr2 aA'rr'xTKESH TRAIN (Oolnmb,, lime,'
.r"V.ri-Vi.Tr.. r..i. ii.-,, oininiitlv-Kor .
Olculand and I t. bur?, via Klawsre. makes' cloas
"it tJreeflin? fr riltsbiirj. Baltimore,
SiliK U "?4 New York'.. nd
Troy, l'lonii, Sidney, Limn, f orr way iie. . j y.
reselling Chicago at 7,U P. M.. Q JV JOf 'J""',1
Haute, 8t. Louis, and all Western "",":.'
Richmond with Cinclnuetl aud Chicago Bowl,
AUIIIinHli fti'.'linv ......, ; T.' ,v r "
Junction Railroad at Ilnniiltim f.ir Oxford. t
H A. M. MAIL TllAIN-For Dayion, 8prlr,g.
fl.ld and Suoilceky Connects at "lu.ky wltli
STBAMKR for DKTUt IT: at IKDANAfnrGUM. M.
lli;Si at Forest with P ttsburg, KortWayneand l hi- ,
cngo Wd, East and V oat; a t Clyde wltfi t. and To
Info ltoad for Cleveland and Buffalo, Tolmlo. Delrr.lt
and Chicago. This truin also cunnecja at IIKLA-
...j.i lifii a im,. nionocu wiiu .f
V AHK WIH1 HIS 01V, 4uou i ,v..'.-"'
ii:aEl.l'3I. TRAIN For Bsyton. Bprlngfleltf'
ami ndusky-ftonnects at Forest with Pl't'b",
fort Wayne and Ciilcaso Road, tuat anil v eat, at,,
Clyde with C. and ToleiloKoail IbrClevelaiid angiiilfj'
falo, Toledo, Detroit and Chicago. A lso, connects at
Kichni.mil fur Indianapolis, Terrs lis te, Hi. Lojiis .
and Chicsgo. Also, conncctswltli Junction Railroad
atlliimiltonfmOsiovd.
41 1'. iI.TKrtiSI-orij.u. "I
nov. Lima. Fort Wayno aud Chicago, reaching Chi.
cagnnt SA, M. . , .
Uttylheaano s a., ai. trains coime; i- vi.w.i
with simmer for Uullulo. 1 ,
Kor further information and Tickets, apply sttns
Ticket olMces-north-enet corner Front and Broad
way; No. Itnu Walnut-street, iwir Oibson House! at
between I'ostofflce mid Hiirnet House; at the W aluu' ,
Street Houso, or at the Sixth .street Deptit.
an, a u. jicuaivr.i.. uiiiw"""
Road I for Gresitv lie, C.iio.V, W nches.er and Mun- ,
clef Ali onectftt Michmond with Indians
tral Boad fur Indianapolis. Lafeyetle.tl licuKO.Terre
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS,
First Train No. I FiXpress, nt 6 A. 11., connects via
Colnmbns and Oleveland, via Oolurubua. Cieatline atiav
Pittsburgh, via Coluuibus, Sloubenville and Pitta
burgh, UetroitvlaClevoland and steamer. This Tislo
stops, botween Cincinnati and ColainbiM, at Love
land, Deertield, Morrow, Xenla, Codarville, South
Charleston, London aud Weet Jefferson. ' -i t
Second Train-No.2 Kxpmse, at 8:30 A . H ., connects
via Columbus, Bellslr and Benwood; Wheeling: via
Columbus, Steulienvilleand Pit taburg: via Columbus,
CroBtline and Pittaiurg: via Columbus and Cleve
land; Detroit, via Cleveland and atoamer: w hits But.
phur Blatii.n.via Sprlngfleld. Thla Train stops be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, nt Pljinvills, Mil.
ford, MlnmiviUe, loveland. Doerfield, Morrow, Cor-,
win, Spring Valley, Xeuia and London.
Thinl Train Accommodation, at 4:10 P. M., for
Columbus and Bprlngttold . .... u
Fourth Train-Night Evpress.nt 11:30 P. N.; cob
pects viaColuuibus.Uellair and Benwoodj Wheeling,
via Culuiiibus, Steubenvttlo and Pittsburg; via Co
lumbus, Crestline and nttsburg: vIb Columbus and
Cleveland. This train steps at Loveland, Morrow,
CorelTu Xenla and London. 13 LBKPINQ CAB8 Olf
THIS TRAIN. , , ,...;
No. l Sxpress, through to Cleveland without change
No. Express, through to Wheeling without change
The'klOHT BXPHKS8 Trnln leaving Ondnnatt
at 11:M P. M., rnns daily, otcept SATCHDATIi. Tbe
other Trains run daily, except SUNDAYS.
Vneall Information, and fhrnlieh Tickets tO Bos
ton, New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, liunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
apply at the Offices, walnut Street House, No. 1 Bur
uet House, south-east corner of Broadway snd f roal
streets, and at the Eastern lkput.
Trains run by Colunibna lima, which Is seven min
utes faater than Cincinnati tiaie. t,
J. DURAND, flnp'l.
Omnibuses call for passengers by leaving direction 1
at the Ticket Offices. tny!7 . '
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO.
AND THE NORTHWEST.
AND THE NORTHWEST. VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI.
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO.
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
'.
Only Om Changt of Iktri betictn Unctnnalt
and Chicago.
three PajmnnerTrainsloavi-Ottiolnna'.ldally, Iron
the foot o f 11 il 1 and Fron t s treets.
VM A. M. Chicago Mall arrivos at TndianflBOlif at
10:30 A. M.; Chicago at 7:25 l'.Al. This tfflfn con
nects with all nliiht trains oo t of Chicago, for the
Weat and North-west.
12:00 M. Torre Haute and Layfayette Accommoda
tion arrives at Indianapolis, at ft:iW P. M., making
direct connections at Iiidinnarolis with Terre Bante
iTains and Indianapolis and Lafayette trains for
Di'catur, SprlngBeld, Vaplos, ijnlnry, Hannibal snd
St. Joseph; also with Pern trains for Peru, Ft.Wayns
and Toledo.
6:00 P.m. Chicago Express arrives at Indianapolis
at 10:30 P. M.; Chicago at 7:40 A. M. Making clsse
connections at Chicago with all morning trains out
of Chicago. This train connects at Indianapolis
vlth Terre Haute traiui for all rointa West and
Northwest. . . . , . , .
Sleeping cars are attached tc all the night trains
on this line, and run thiough to Chicago without
change of cars. ' .
Thia Is exclusively a V ester n and North-westeni
route, and with favorable and reliable arrangements
with all connecti roads thioughont the entire
West, guarantees nnnsual care and the amplest as
commodatlona to the patrons ol thia line.
AW Be sure you are in the right ticket offlce before
you purchase your tickets, and ask for tickets via
Lavrenceburgaiid Indianapolis.
Faro the same as by any othor route. Baggags
checked through.
THROUGH! TICKETS, good until used, can be ob
tained at the ticket nillcw, at Spencer House Comer,
north-east cornor Broadway runl Front; No. 1 Bur
net House Corner; at the Walnut-street House, and
st Depot office, foot of II 111, oa Front street, where
all neceaaary Information may bo had.
Omnlbusses run to and from jach train, and w
callfoi passengers at all hotels and all parts of the
city, b) leaving address at either offlce.
W. II. L. NOBLK,
mylO General Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
'
.
Grrea,t Through Route for
INDIANAPOLIS,
! , .BX. L0UI8, ' ' '
LAF AYE tTB,
OHK'AOC),
LOQANSPOBT,
rxttc.
POBT WAYNK.
IWO DA ILYTHROUflll TRAINS leaveSlxth street
Depot, nt a A. M. and i:3U P. H.
A. M. -INDIANAPOLIS, HI, LOUIS ACBIOA.
GO FAST JCXPRKSS.-I'hroiighdirect.ninkliigcloas
connuctlins for all other Wosternand North-estern
points. This Train also connoots at ltlchmoml with
Clnclnn at! and Chicago Boaits, for Anderson, Koko.
mo, Lmrinsport, and all points on Wabash Valley
Railroad:.
4 311 P. M.-INDIANAP0M8, tlHICAGO A BT.
LOUIS NIGHT KPRK88.-The alwe Trains make
close eon nectlopa at Indianapolis, LafnrntteandUhl
cage, wi I h Trains for Terre Banln, Fprlngfleld, llock
Island, 'Jlaleshurg. Kennsha, LaCrosse, Jacksonville,
PhuvIIIb. Hurllugton, Milwaukee, Mattxon, Naples,
Onlena. QuilicF, Prairie dn Chien, Pans, Peoria,
Dunleit b, Uacine, Decatur, BlonmiugtiiM, Joliet, I
Hallo,;. Paul, and all towns and cities in the North
(MTI hrongh TIckota given anJ Baggage checked
tbrougi.
Forfiirtberlnformathm and Through 'tickets, sf.
ply to Ticket Offices, north-east O'lruerot Front and
Broadwuy; No. 1W Walunt street, near Fourth; at
south-east corner cf Fourth and Vino street, or si
the SixLh-street Depot.
P. M. 1IOKROW, Superintendent.
Omnibuses will cull for puenengera by-leaving ttielr
names at either of the Ticket Offices. ... t
m W. B. SMITH. Agent.
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L.
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OAND Y I O AND Y
33C- 3ST. OXaAIIIS
(Successor to Mtubs A Co,) ' "' .' ''' 1
Manufacturerg and Wholtialc Deaicra
...... :.--iu- . .-. ,.,
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAI N STBF.ET, CINCINNATI ,
' , . mylf .
.1 6 II N BO N Kit. -
(Btjocrasos to rarra saiTB,) ' 1 ' "'
At 30 West Fifth et.;
Has constantly on linnd m I.nrge Variety el
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, CHINA; ,
FANCY BASKETS, . i
Fishing Tackle, Military Good., ate,
WBOLKSALB AND ItKTAIL,
.pUAT VERY lOW PBCE'

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