J SIX CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE
PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
OPPIOI, 14 WEST rOUsTH-BTlKKT.
ADAPTED TO THE PREVALENT CAUSES OF DEATH—
BROKEN BRIDGES—MISPLACED SWITCHES—COLLISIONS
BROKEN BRIDGES—MISPLACED SWITCHES—COLLISIONS —CROSSINGS UNWATCHED—MAKING UP
LOST TIME—DRAWBRIDGES OPEN WITHOUT SIGNALS,
&c. PROVIDED FOR THE USE OF PRESIDENTS, DIRECTORS AND
SUPERINTENDENTS OF RAILROADS—FOBS ET ORIGO.
( "A Hidden pitch
from a mlaplaced i witch
!: Laid me dead la this ditch."
' "Off the track tbe engine rushed
' Some wan drowned and I i crushed."
,i : j Here I died by a collision;
Twenty more died by the tame:
Verdict-'Nobody to blame.' '' ;
"Sister, mother, aunt and me ' . '
Were run over. Here we be.
. i ' We should ham had time to mlr.v.le,
Bad they blown tueenglue's wbistls."
"Sweeping ronnd a curve
Whose outer flexture bordered an abyss,
The can were canted down the precipice,
And seven of us killed. But what of that?
'Twas the curve did it. And the engineer,
, Being upon a bander, was excused,".
"Train borne travoler, rushing by ,
, As thou piMth, uipe thine eye.
' 1 Rere a car, well fllled with freight,
Killed sixteen aud wounded eight.
':' For a moment, friends, be weepers
As you past the railroad sleepers.
" ,i , 'ou mJ ahire oar fate why not? ,
Ere you reach the next depot.
"Here are doposited the bones,
(The flesh being torn oh,)
Of an unknown man,
" Who, being deaf, blind and lauie,
Seglected to obey theanatomarr aigaels,
And was rnn oreras a punishment -for
The engineer promptly stopped tlie engine
After It bad cnt the boar In two,
And, with most exemplary humanity,
Conveyed the remains to an adjacent wood-shed
Where all means of resuscitation were triad; .
But ales I
The Tital spark had fled I
. , Fr the humanity they displayed;
i The engineer and signal men
; , . ., . Ware presented by the company
". With a service of plate.
Go tuou and do likewise."
A Pretty Good Story.
' . la one of our southern seaboard cities,
and on a long street almost a road
leading therefrom to the country, dwells
an apothecary; a very tall and remarkably
slender person so thin, in fact, that ono
would suppose he fed exclusively on his
v own professional mixtures. Wo tailor
daro venture to cut & coat or any other
garment in any way approaching a snug
fit to his person, for rear of having the
work Toturned on his hands, and in that
case they would fit nobody else.
' " And yet, with this extraordinary paucity
( of flesh, there was a great supply of humor
1 1 in our hero; he was extravagantly fond of
practical jokes, and practiced them freely,
, when occasion ana opportunity offered,
He had an electric machine secluded from
'. night, and when any lazy person sauntered
into his shop, and ventured to indulge in
a nap or lounge, he was sure to be shocked
into activity, and pushed off. He was a
, i great advocate for temperance, and yet
was ready to furnish gratis a brimming
, glass of any sort of liquor any customer
might fancy; his liquor was found invari
ably to produce more nausea than any
other sensation. .
But a contrivance which afforded him
.. most merriment was a skoleton of a full
(l grown person in a closet of easy access in
' ' his shop.' This skeleton was placed erect
una platform which ran on smooth wheels;
, and wben the door was opened, this plat
form was pulled forward by an unseen
. thin wire or string, which connected it
... with the bolting of the closet door. There
wore also similar wires, fastened to the
wall behind the skeleton, and passing over
" each shoulder-bone were attached to the
' bones of the wrist Consequently, when
the oloset door was opened, the platform
on which the skeleton stood not only
advanced, but both arms and hands were
'. lifted upward!
'1 If any intoxicated, noisy, boisterous,
or impudent fellow came into his shop,
the apothecary would manage in some
- way to lead him to open that door, and it
" rarely failed (as he used to say) "to take
the liquor and spunk out of him." He
had two or three apprenticed lads in his
employ, who naturally relished these
jokes, and practised them, with his full
consent, when he might be absent
5 One day during his temporary absence
a sailor came drifting along occasionally
; stopping and dancing a jig and singing,
to the great merriment of a gang of boys
who followed and surrounded him. He
; was just drunk enough to play the fool,
and not to drunk to navigate. He event
ually brought up at the door of our apoth
ecary, and braoing himself in the door-
i way, yelled out:
"Hallow, my hearties! here you are
with your stuffed alligators and gallipot,
and mixins for sick folks! Why the devil
' don't youjkeep grog for tuff folks like mo?"
and here he snuffled off a ricadoor, and
made himsolf very merry, "well, .Tack,"
said one of the lads, ' what kind of grog
: do jouwantr . .
I'll take brandy," was the prompt
''Very well; go and help yourself;"
(handing him a tin mug,) "you will iind
it in that oloset"
Jack went as directed, and pulling open
the cloeet door, he found himself within
, grasping distance of an advanoing skele
ton; he incontinently fell back a step,
; dropped his tin oup; turned ash color,
made one spring to the door, and when he
reached the stroet, took the middle of it,
. and ran like a deer till ho reached a sup
. posed safe distance.
' Shortly after this our apothecary re-
turned, and being informed of the event,
. was greatly amused, but sadly lamented
i' "I would not have missed seeing it,"
vaid he, "for a great deal I do wonder
if he will come back this way?"
, Jhit this was hardly probable, and yet
; it was the only way back to town.
In the course of a few hours, however,
j. sort .enough, Jack was heard at a distance
un his way back, singing and dancing.
Our apothecary anticipating an encore,
J .went out on' his door-steps, and elevating
, his thin person and extending his long
emaciated arm, and hand, very kindly
' beckoned Jack to repeat his visit Jack
no sooner saw him than he "put his helm
hard a port," and steered over to the other
side of the street, buttoning his jacket
over his breast, and pressing his tarpole
hat closer on' his head, so as to be ready
i for a run if chaie was given.
" "Ay-yey, old bag of bones," says Jack;
I "there yon are again, are you. Von think
v i don't know you, now you've got your
r clothes on!" and away he went on his
count, leaving our apothecary rather
puzzled in deciding which of the two got
the sharpest end of that joko.
Inclined to be Quarrelsome.
We heard that prince of story tellers,
Tom Colloway. get off the following,
amid bursts of laughter, the other night.
Squaring himself and stretching out his
legs, he Began:
Thore was once a littlo, shm-huilt
fellow, rich as a Jew, and independent as
the devil, riding along a highway in the
8tate of Georgia, when he overtook a man
driving a drove of hogs by the help of a
big, raw-boned, six-foot-two specimen of
humanity. Stopping the last-named indi
vidual, he accosted him:
"I say, are those your hogs?"
"No, sir; I'm to work by the month. '
"Ten dollars a month, and whisky
thrown in," was the reply.
'Woll, look, here, I'm a weak, little,
inoffensive man, and people are apt to
impose on me, d'ye see. Now, I'll give
you twenty-five dollars a month to ride
along with me and protect mo," said Mr.
Gardner. "But," he addod, as a thought
struck him, "how might you be on a fight?"
"Never been licked in my life," rejoinod
"Just the man I want Is't a bargain?"
Six-footer ruminated. 'J Twenty-five
dollars double wages nothing to do but
to ride around and smash a follow' s mug
occasionally, when he's sassy.'
They rode along, till just at night they
reached a village ina Dismounting at tho
door,they went in. Gardner immediately
singled out tho biggest man in the room,
and picked a fuss with him. After con
siderable promiscuous jawing, Gardner
turned to his fighting friend, and inti
mated that tho licking of that man had
become a sad necessity. Six-footer peeled,
went in, and came out first best.
The next night, at another hotel, the
same scene was re-enaoted Gardner get
ting into a row with the biggest man in
the place, and six-footer doing the lighting.
At last, on tho third day, they came to
a ferry kept by a huge, double-listed man,
who had never been licked in his hie.
Whilo crossing the river, Gardner, as
usual, began to find fault and "blow."
The ferryman naturally got mad, threw
things around kind 0' loose, and told him
his opinion of their kind. Gardner then
turned to his friend "from tho shoulder,"
and gently broko the intelligence to him,
"that ho was sorry, but that it was abso
lutely necossary to thrash that ferryman."
Six-footer nodded his head, but said
nothing. It was plainly to be seen that
he did not relish tne job, by the way ho
shrugged his shoulders, but there was no
help tor it So whon they reachod the
shore, both stripped, and at it they went.
Up and down the bank, over the sand into
the water, they fought, scratched, gouged,
bit, and rolled, till, at the end of an hour,
tho ferryman caved. Six-footer was trium
phant, but it was tough work. Going up
to his employer, ho scratched his head for
a moment, and then broko forth:
"Look hero, Mr, Gardner, your salary
sets mighty well, but I'm of the
opinion that you are inclined to be
quarrelsome Hore I've only been with
you three days, and I'vo licked the three
biggest men in the country! I think the,
firm had better dissolve, for you see, Mr.
Gardner, I'm afraid you're inclined to bo
quarrelsome, and I reckon I'll draw!"
Amusement as a Part of Education.
That which is recreation and diversion
to the man is nothing else than an accu
mulation of fatigue for a child. In order
to aid his physical formation, greater
reliance should bo placed upon amuse
nuonts of his own choice than upon exer
cises, notions, and even plays, prescribed
to him after a preconcerted plan. At an
early ago, one duty cannot afford relaxa
tion after another duty. On the contrary,
when an amusement is imposed upon a
child, it becomes a new fatigue fur him.
Recreation and play are, no doubt, most
necessary for him, cut only on condition
that they must be of his own accord, free
from that contention of mind which is
caused by doing a thing by compulsion,
or for the sake of obedience. Amusemont
without perfect freedom of choice, is void
of pleasure, and it is not only pleasure
which gives the charm to amusement, but
which by a natural reaction of the moral
and physical elements, renders it salutary.
Have we not seen, thousands of times,
how warmly children contend among
themselves in their plays? "I won't play
any more," says the one who thinks him
self aggrieved. He thinks that he has a
right to say so. The same child would
not think of saying, "I won't study any
more." Compel him to play "hide and
seek," and at the end of a quarter of an
hour he is tired of it; but had he chosen
this play, he would not be tired of it at
the end of four hours.
Parents who pretend to make the phys
ical alternate continually with tho moral
and intellectual education, by arranging,
after their own idea, the exorcises of the
one and of the other, and who, holding
the child by the hand, compel him to go
round a prescribed circle, condemn him
also to slavery as tedious as it is useless.
Let us always remember, that in order to
obtain a good physical education, amuse
ments and plays are of the greatest im
portance; and secondly, that thess cannot
be of any profit, but on two conditions,
the one being as essential as the other,
viz: pure air and perfect freedom.
a .... . . , - -.
IA.NKCBOTB Or iMR ISAAC JBVTON. Ul-.
fjuckly, one day by appointment, paid a
visit to hir Isaac Jewton. The servant
said he was in his study. No one was
permitted to disturb him there, but as it
was near dinner time, the visitor sat down
to wait for him. Ina short time a boiled
chicken under a cover was brought in for
dinner. , t
An hour passed on, and Sir Isaac did
not appear. Tho doc tor then ate the fowl
and covering up tho empty dih desired
the servant to get another ready for his
master. Before that was ready, the great
man came down. Ho apologised for his
delay, and added, "give me bnt leave to
take my short dinner, and 1 ahull be at
your service. 1 am now fatigued and
faint: ' saying this, he lifted up the cover,
and,' without any emotion, turned to
Stuckley with a smile, "See," said he,
"what we, studious people, are!' I fornot
that I had dined." ' V V 6
t&Ovi the body of a young man, who
committed suicide the other day, by stab
bing himself with a bar of soap, were
found the following touching lines:
I thought her mine: 1 thought lb world
. Shone forth wlthioy for ma;
. I didn't dream In after years
Its folly 1 should see. .
Butaolt proTed. I sought her hand
1 1 renlly thought I'd get hor)
But, oh! alas! her answer came:
"Her mother wonldn't let her!"
Wi B. D0DD8. ' ,
W. B. DodtU & Co.,
MAROTAOTUtnt Of tH ; ' " : ' '
Fire and Bursal Frool
js a. if iff
S. W. Corner of Vine gei st1
This to the moat reliable f IBM Alt TBa,' .
PBOOF SAFE that is mad. In the ffnl. W.and
la warrantea penecuy inw 11 wv .vjl
' . V". .ri (. nf hattur nrkm rulifp than
t luwor pi ivw,
oan be found elsewhere.
We aT a large assortment on hand, a a
termlned to eell at price that cannot faO t 1 Vas.
Takes In exchange. SECOND-HAND BAl MS rt.
waya on nana at exirenwiy raw price.
Saltonslall's Fire and Water Pro of,
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC
COATING FOR HOOFS.
rflHE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
posed In use. Warranted towithEtnM the lerorest.,
tests of Heat, Cold, Bain, or Sulphurl' Mlii wd re-.
mam penecur iiuiPBrii ,r , ,:J
melt, crack, waah or scale off. For new,' old, leakr
metal roofs, or for canvas roofs, It ia Iff per ent..
panted with the cash or eatisfactory reference, will;
be prompti, filled, In any unsold territory South a ncp
West of New York and Pennsylvania. For furtha.T
information, apply to u nn
Sola Proprietors and Manufacturere. .
jeT-t 1M Weat Second atreet, Oincianati. Ohio.
VAX & BARRINGER,
Van's Celebrated Patent Combined
wamnn ni A T . ITti mnar onnTaninnr am.
nom.cal and durable Cook in? Stove ever invented.
I0r DWSUUW", lluiin, j.r....... , " i i
Honest. Cooking aud boiling water for wash and
Datu rooms, in mrKe iiiuhh, " "
apartment by the aame fire.
Warerooms, 1T9 Nam St., umcinntui.
aW Bights to manufacture and sell these 8TOVI8
may be secured on application to (he proprieton, at
their warerooma. W
WKIGU9 ONLY 63 LBS1 MANUFACTUBED,
WHOLESALE AND BETA1L, BY
BEXXETT & CO.,
jy21 -am Srcamore atreet, below F itth.
Burning and Lubricating Oil,
GREAT WESTERN COAL & 01ICO.
For sale in Quantities to suit pnrebmera, and war
ranted equal to any in the market. Orders sent to
the office of the Company, Newark, Ohio; or at their
Agency, No. 13 West Front at., Cincinnati. jel
AT REDUCED PRICES.
WE HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST
variety and beat selected assortment of Oai
Fixtures in Cincinnati, ronelstingof all tbatianew
of deairable in the Gas Fixture linn.
We warrantevery Fixture we sell to be equal. both
In material and flnluh, to any that ie sold in this o
any other market, and in addition will gunrant' a
thorn to retain their color and remain perfect for Ave
years from the time they are put up by ua.
Call, see. and examine nnr Block,
McHENBY A CABSON.
jy21-cm 162 Main atreet. near Fourth.
ROOFING! ROOFING !
riIHE " OUTCALT ELASTIC ME.
JL TALLIC BOOFINO'Msofrored to the public
aa the beat and cheapest Metal Roof now used, Its
merits toated by an experience of years in this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
buildings. No solder used faetened securely with
out expoaure to the action of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part of
the United States, can be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
;CALDWELb A CO,
lylR-tf 133 West Second street
Merrell's Blackberry Anodyne.
THIS MEDICINE IS OFFERED TO THE
public aa one of the beat, if not the yery best med
icine that has ever beeu Invented tor Diariihf.a, Dys
e.vtert, Oholkra Ih'AHtvm, and all other derange
ments of the 8tomach and Digextive Organs, which
are so prevalent and fatal in our country corrects
the deranged condition of the Livor; allays Nervous
Irritations, such as ia fanned by Teething1, glvoe
tone and healthy actiiin to the bowels, and withal, ia
pleasant to take. jy23-bmt
THE undersigned is prepared to put on
Composition Boof of the best quality at short
Office In J 4 B. Bruco'i Carriage Expository, cor
ner Third and Vine.
Boofing material constantly on hand, and for
ale. Oy27-3m) J. M. NOBLE.
J. J. BUTLER'S
Excelsior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory. 39 Vine St. M
' CHAMPAIGNS WINES.
ti-PREENSEAl" ' ' ' ,
And other favorltt brands, aonstantly en hand.
K. B. A W. B. COLEMAN,
Je21 & and Burnet House Building.
CLARETS: . CLARETS tl
WE HAVE RECEIVED ..
,., , 100 Cases St. Jiilien Claret.
Which we offer at a email advance.
... U.V.& W. B. COLEMAN,
121 . 5 and Burnet Bouse Building.
-lfj GROSS TOILET 60AP,
W On consignment, very low.
Hotels, Boardlng-Honses and families would do
well to examine the slock.
E.B. A W. B. COLEMAN,
jaa a and f Bnrnnt Hon. Building.
Money! Money! Money !
MONET LOANED ON- 'WATCHES, JEW
ELRY and all kinl of Merchandise, at low
rates of Interest, at Nu. S West Sixth street, be
tween VmlnutiVine. 2M
PLABTEB8. These Plasters are excellent
remedies In oases of pain and weakness in the aide.
breast or back; also, in rheumatic affections, concha,
aathma.spraina, bruises, and kidney or spinal Affec
tions. The Arnica. Oalbanuso, Pitch, Poor Man's
and Hemlock Plasters, are manufactured ofvarlooa
l1?! tAlWJS oloth" n1 Poor M,n' 0B P. by 8.
A. 0B1FF ITH.and supplied to dealers and druggists
ones good terms as any maanatctarers lathe U.S.(t)
LADIES If TOU WISH A GOOD D017-ble-Threaded
Family Sewing Machine; which
(br practical tine can not be anrpassed, call at No. 9
Larlisle Building, eeoond story, corner Fourth and
Walnut, and see "Novelty," Bruen's Patent, thsonly
Machine that can be need with eithera single or dou
ble thread. It la the beat Machine made, and never
breaks needles. Call and seelt. or send for Circular
Md specimen of work. F. T. COLEMAN,
, Sole Agent for the West and aoutb-weat.
No. 149 Maln-atreet, helow Fourth.
W'lLLIAM H. BALDWIN. ATTORNEY
Third street, 3 doers East of llaipr l?l
ze? mia MACHINES. ;
lloclnnajl, Office 32 West Fourth atreet.
QP THOSE INTENDING TO PUKCHASK,
we desire a pergonal Investigation of the com
paratlTa merite of thooe Sewing Machines with all
others In the market. -
aull ,. .,, , IBANK HENBy, Agent.
Gd C. KJTIFPIN&CO.
Ladd, Webster & Co.'s,
(Late Hunt, Webster & Co.'s,) .
' No. 6 West Fourth street, Cincinnati.
These Machines havo been steadily advancing in
popular favor for the put year, and are now esteemed
by al who have given them a trial as the "Ne Flos
CltraV of Sewing Machines. The evenness and reg
ularity, ad tightness of stitch made by them, has,
more than anything else, tended to this result. Added
to this Is the uwleniable fact of their simplicity and
ease of manaxenunt, there being no band or cog
wheels, aa in some Machines, or leather pads and
crooked needles, as la otaars. Theycommend them
selves to the dress-maker by the regularity or the
feeding armngement, which never puckers or tears
the work, br th uniformity of stitch alike on both
sides of tt e fabric, br their noiselessnesa and rapidi
ty; to the tailor by their great strength and durabili
ty, tightness of stitch and capacity for uatug linen
thread; to families by the combination of all these
qualities. Send lorWciroolar and sample of work,
GROVER & BAKER
SEWING MACHINE CO.
68 WEST FOURTH STREET, , ;
A 8 AN EVIDENCE OP THE SUPERIOR
a .x. ITT of the llacbines mannfactnred by the Oro
vi r and Baker Sewing Machine Co., they have over
30, OOD in daily use in nunufactorlea, work -shops aud
fat nilies. Publlo patronsgo is the beat evidence of
me rit. Theso Machines, alike victorious over preju
dici land competition, now justly enjoy more univer
sal favor than baa ever beeu bestowed upon any
Hsinutacturing Machines making the shuttle
stitc.3,and Family Machines making the celebrated
Grove. r ft Bakerstltcb, of tl different patterns, vary
ing in price from ISO to (129; descriptive circulars of
Machines and illustrations of the stitch, can be had
on app Ucation, by letter or otherwise. . je-20
KELSEY & GO'S.
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
Price, from 92S to $15.
IT 13 A PACT, CONCEDED BY ALL,
that .these Machines stand pro-ominently rissi
in the plial anx of Sewing Machines.
Their unc'oubted merits, eaao of management, and
superiority of work combine to recommend them to
the public a.1 the most desirable Family Machine ex
tant. Call and ex amine at No. 30 West Fourth street.
Very liberal' discounts mads to Aaenta.
Address, D, W. HARRINGTON ft CO:,
Je20 . Box 1661; Cincinnati, Ohio.
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES.
Prk Btduc4l to 150, 975, 9110 and 9125.
Singer's New JFamlly Sewlntr lUachlne,
The price of which Is iraly JM, is a light and elegant
ly decorated Machine, capable of performing, in the
best style, all the sewinii of a pri-vate family.
Singer's Transvek'se Shuttle Machine
To be sold at (75, is a Mscli ine entirely new in its ar
rangement) it is very beautiful, moves rapidly and
very easily, and, for family nse and light manufac
turing purposes, is the very best and cheapest Ma
chluo ever offered to the publlo. ,
Singer' No. 1 Standard Shuttle machine,
Formerly sold at 5135. hut nov reduced to (HO, is
known all over the world. Evury sort of work can
be done with it.
Sinner's No. !f Standard 8 huttle Machine,
This Is the favorite manufactu ring Machine every
where. Price, with table complete, (126.
. AW Bend for a Circular. -
Agent for J. M. Singer A Co.
No. 8 East Fourth atreet,
JeH-t ' CINCINNATI, OHIO.
LESTER'S SEWING MACHINES.
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
the sewing public that I am the sole authorized
Agent for the sale of the ..
LESTER'S IMPROVED SHUTTLE
SEWING I J CHINES;
And being well acquainted with its merits, and famll
tar with its operation, I feel confident that those in
want of such an article, will give it preference over
all others now before the public.
I deem it unnecessary to enumerate all Its advan
tages, aa those who may wish to parcbase will proba
bly prefer to satisfy themselves by personal inspec
tion, which they may do by-ealling at '
No. 02 west Fourth street.
VPereoiia purchasing Leater's Hewing Machine
will receive practical instructions upon them free of
; No. 92 West Fourth street, directly
Jy26-tf-t Opposite Post Office.
' EVENS' ;
I believe I make the best Lock-stitch Sewing Ma
ehlnea, In the world. If the purchaser does not think
to after six months trial, I will refund yon the
030 3NTI 02.1O,
Price of Machines.
OFFICE AND BALE BOOMS-Directly on the
Northwest corner Main and Fourth streets, over
Owen's Jewelry establishment. . ,
sWPAll kinds of Saving-Machines ivnalred, ami
liht machinery manufactured, nt the Factory, Is7
Walnut-slretit, corner Walnut aud Fifth.
IW'AHents wanted in other cities to sll my Sew-ian-Machiues.
Address, P. EVAKSi Jr., Cincin
nati, f. una-,
Two Threaded Doable Lock Tlaht Stitch
ALSO THE VERNON
Same Stitch, two sizes, price 993,00 and 940,00.
The very latest invention and the most noiseless and
perfect running; machine extant. The above named
machines make the same stitch, equally as well as
hiAer priced ones. On these machines we apply the
only tiemmer thet will turn any width of hem it ia
the only one in tne market that is adjustable to fold
any width of hem, with any tblckneas of cloth.
Persons residingln the country wishing samples,
orlnformation, by inclosing 3o. stamp, will receive
prompt attention .,- .
Local agent wanted In all the cities and towns in
Ohio. Address) 8. A. JUNKS, Agent,'
-, - P. O. Box into;
Or call at Sean Swift's Watch and Jewelry store,
l.V Main street, 2d door above Fourth, Cincinnati,
Ohio. ,..!.- .. ' Jyl-amt
UOWE'S SEWING MACHINES,
I. HOWl, Jr., Patentee of the Original Sewing
FOR FAMILY USB AND MANUFACTURE
The Family Machines are well adapted for tailors'
we, or gaiter fitting. Howe's Cylinder Machines,
for all leather stitching, here always held a reputa
tion far above any other. The publlo are desired to
examine, and purchase where best raited.
A. T. JACKSON, Agent
Ho. IP West Fonrth atreet, in M'Creokeo'e Fnr
Ishing store. Olncinnlitl.O. - tnys
FRANKLIN TYPB AND STEREOTTPX
FOUHDBT, B. ALLISON, Buperintendent
PrintingMaieriahjofall.kipds. 168 Vine street, tf
BY, STATE AUTHOBITY.
Incorporated 181 9. Charier Perpetual
OVAaencv estAhlfHlieil Inrinfilnnatl In t K'l.V an.
tedating all present local Insurance Companies and
Agencies in the Insurance buaiDOM in this city, ,'f 11
years constant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience, enterpripe ami liberality, especially com
mend the &TNA Insurance Company to the favorable-
patronave of this community standing solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of 1SU3. ,
ABSOLTJTB AND VNIMPAIRED. WITH A
SURPLUS OF $1,030,423 80.
And the prestige of 40 years success and experience.
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UrWAltD OF SI2,000,00(), i.osKS
Uave been paid by the JEun Insurance Company In
tlie pant 40 years.
Fire and Inland Nnviimilon.-BislrB accepted
at terms consieteat with solvency and flr proflts.
Kspecial attention given to lmnrnnce of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms of 1 to 5 years.
Application made to any duly authorized Agent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
imate Insurance bnslnces, this Company is enabled
to offer both indemnity for the punt and security for
thnfntore. Pollciealssuedwithoutdelay by
AS. H. CARTER, Agent, No. 40 Main stroet.
A. K. PATCH, Assistant Aaent.
H. K. LIND8EY, Agent 171 Vine atreot.
J.J. HOOKKB, ABent.Fiiltn.J7tjiyard.iii
THE MOST RELIABLE VI RE AND
Bl'BOLAR PltOOF SAFES. Thoy Imvo given
more sntiafnctlon than nnv other nw in nse.
We offer a reward cf ONE THOUSAND DO I,.
LARH to any person that can, up to tlio pri'sont
tinie, shows single Instance whorcin tbey have fulled
to preserve their contents.
With this HAKE we challenge all competition, aa
beinff the beet Fire Prnnf. llliralnl Prnnf. nr Vim
and Burglar Proof now made; and aro willing to
teat with any establishment in the llnlou, and tho
party failing first, to forfeit to the other, the sum
Wesm prepared to furnish a ImttcrSnfo, and at lesa
cost, than any other uiauufacturor iu the United
Sncond-hand Safes of other makers, also on hand.
We respectfully invite the public to cull underm
ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
HALL, CAKROLL & CO.,
anglH-ayt Nos. is and 17Eaet Columbia stroet.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholic, and
All PAIN'S TH THE STOMACH & BOWELS.
Hade by CEO. S. LIGHT, ,
WHOLESALE DRTjOGIST, CINCINNATI.
FOR SALE BY JOHN D. PARK, SUIRE, ECK
KT1KK A CO., and Drut'gcsla Konerally. Order left
at Whliaiison & HAri'lKLD, t0. 41 Walnut street
will be attended to. au!3-tnovl
THE OLD DOMINION
T E A P O T.
A 11X11 Ill'S
' ' AND
The best now in use and all prepared for Sealing.
MILK - PAN
The greatest invontlon yot. Ivory house-keeper
should have one. - -
ABTHUB, BURNHAM & GILKOY,
Manufacturers of Patent Articles.
aWTrade Depot for the West,
24 East Pearl atreet, Cincinnati.
JOSEPH R. GREEN, Agent.
WHend for a trade Circular. , aul
BUILDING LUMBER POK SALE
At Reduced Pi-loei Tor Crash or shortTlnie j by
TH08. W. PARRIN & CO.,
ON KBEEMAN STREET,
Next to the Cincinnati, Hint 11 ton aud Daylou Ra
road. W odor ffr sale:
8,llii0 Locust Felice Foils;
7W Ceilar " dm
! Cheannt Oak lo;
I4IK) Cedar Grape Sticks; ; , '
rrfi,(0 feet Hemlock JTenco Beards;
fiKl.uno " White Pine " dot
wsi.imii " Yellow " " do;
m,mu Hhltules; : v
3btl,UJU feet 1'inv, Onk, roplar and Uemlnrk Joist,
Scanning aud Timber, nil sizesnud Innglhs;
l.w.OOO feet clear ii.l . VA, 1 'i, 3, aud 4 inch;
Tito.tKK) " first Common, all thickness: .
. M, ' aecontl " - do;
Iiiu.ihki " Orub Plank; ,
WKi.ntm " third Common Board Plank! I: ; '
Together with a large varletyof Flooring, Weather
Boarding, Shelving, Lath, Timber, etc.
Lumber delivered floe of charge hi the city npon
cash bills, , nuA-ani
AFTER MANY TEARS OP PRACTICAL
experience In the art of Mustard-making, tbe
proprietors offer the above brand of Mustard to the
public, guaranteeing it astrictly pure article, mann
factnred from the best quality of seed, carefully se
lected with the design of producing a Mnstard SUPK
BIOR IN FLAVOR AND PUNGENCY TO ANY
NOW IN USB. We have no hesitation tn laying
that all lovers of good Mustard will find the I. X. L.
to be that which tbey so freaoently fell to obtain,
MUSTARD THAT 18 MUSTARD.
aWOrders promptly tilled.
' ' HARRISON k WILSOIT,
. JeM m ma HI Walaacatrres.
340 Rlnin atreet, Haat side, nonr. Kishth,
CAMPBELL A BIRD, T3QPRIKT0HS.
The proprietors respectfully beg tn inlbrm their
friends and the publlo, that the above house is newly
renovated, and fitted np in a superior style for the ae
coinmodaiionof guvits. Boarders will CnA every at
tention paid to their comfort and charges moderate.
J-'lK - -..STCTTPj
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
OUR DAILY TRAINS LEAVE XHl
Rlsthtmu., tUiuift . .
Trains rnn throunh to Tndlananolis. Lima. Satl-'
dusky and Clevefand without change of cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North,
em and North-western cities. .....
0 A. Itl- EXPRESS TKAIX (Columbus time,
which is seven minutes faster than Cincinnati) For
Cleveland and Pittsburg, via Delaware, makes close
connection at Crestline for Pittsburg. Baltimore)
Philadelphia and New York; and at Cleveland for
Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston and New York. Also, con
nect, at Dayton with Dayton and Michigan Boad for
Troy, Pious, Sidney, Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago,
reaching Chicago at 7.20 P. M.,tiulnoy and Galena at
7 A.M. Also.atDaytou with Greenville andMiaml
Boad, for Grcenvillo, Union, Winchester and Mun
cie. Also, connects at Richmond with Indiana Cen
tral Road.for Indianapolis, Lafayette, Chicago. Terra
Haute, St. Louis, and all Western cities. Also, at
Richmond with Cincinnati and Chicago Road, for
Anderson, Kokomo and Peru. Also, cunneets jrlta
Junction Railroad at Hamilton for Oxford.
A. M. MAIL TRAIN For Dayton, Spring
field and Sandusky Connects at Nandiuky with
STEAMER Tor DETROIT: at URBAN A forCOLUM
BIS; at Forest with Pittsburg. Fort Wavneand Chi
cago Boad, East and West; at Clyde with C. and To
ledo Boad for Cleveland and Buffalo, Tolodo, Detroit
and Chicago. This train also connects at DELA
WARE with the C, C. & C. Boad for Cleveland and
points East. .
40 P. M. TRAIN For Dayton. Springneld
and Sandusky Connects at Forest with Pittsburg,
Fort Wayne and Chicago Road, Eaat and W est: at
Clyde with C. and Toledo Road for Cleveland aug Buf
falo, Toledo, Dotroit and Chicago.' Also, connects at
Richmond for Indianapolis, Terre Haute, Ht. Louis
and Chicago.- Alto, connects with Junction Railroad
at Hamilton forUxford.
V. M. TRA I N For Dayton, Troy, Pinna, Sid
ney, Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago, reaching Chi
cago at 8 A. M.
t9The and A. M. trains connect at Cleveland
With steamers for Buffalo. -
For further information and Tickets, apply at the
Ticket offices north-east corner Front aud Broad
way; No. l Walnut-street, near Gibson iiouse; at
the new Ticket Office, ot the west side cf Vine-street,
between l'oatoffico and Burnet ilonae: at the Walnu
Street Houbo, or at the Sixth-street Depot.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
; THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN'S.
.1.1 tp.t. W-.' 1 . . , . . .
Colura bus and Cleveland, via t Vlunbus, Crestline and
rittaourgn, via uoiumous, eteunenvine ana rttts
burgh. DetrottvlaOlevolandaudstoamer. This Train
stops, between Cincinnati and Columbus, at Love-
land, ueernem, morrow, Aenia, ieaarviiie, Bouta
Charleston, London and West Jefferson.
Second Train No. 2 Exnress. at 8:3(1 A. M.. connects
via Columbus, Bellair and Bonwood; Wheeling; via
Oolumbus.Steubenvilleand Pittsburg: via Columbus,
Crestline and Pittabnrg: via Columbus and Cleve
land; Detroit, via Cleveland and steamer: White Sul-
?aur outiion, via Dpringnem. xnis xrain aiopa os
woen Cincinnati and Columbus, at Plalnvilla. Mil.
ford, Miainiviile, Loveland. Deerfleld, Morrow, Cor
wln, Spring Valley, Xeuiannd London.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:40 P. M for
Columbus and Sprlngfleld.
sourtn Tram n ignt Kxpress, at ii:3or.m.; con
nects via Columbus. Bel lair and Benwood: Wheellni:
via Columbus, Steubenvillo and Pittsburg; via Co
lumbus, Orestliue and Pittsburg: via Columbus and
Cleveland. This train stops at Loveland, Morrow.
Corwin. Xenla and London. SLEEPING CABS ON
No. 1 Express, through to Cleveland without change
N o. 2 Express, through to Wheeling without change
The NIGHT EXPRESS Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:30 P. M., runs daily, oxcept SATURDAYS. The
other Trains run dally, except SUNDAYS. -
For all information, and Through Tickets to Bos
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
anply at the Offices, Walnut Street House, No. 1 Bur
net House, south-east cornorof Broadway and Frost
streets, and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains rnn by Columbus time, which li seven min
utes fuiter than Cincinnati tiaie.
J. DORAND. Bup't.
Omnibuses calLfor passengers by leaving direction
at the Ticket Offices. 1 mylT
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST,
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
Unit Ont Change of Cart bttiotm Ctuctnnali
. i ' ; and Chicago.
Throe PaasenGferTrAlnslnave(lnQinnAtlilanv. fmm
the foot of Mill and Front streets.
I:ft0 A. M.-Cbicago Mail arrives at Indlanenolii at
10:30 A.M.; Chicago at 7:29 l'.M. This trMn con
nects with all ulght trail's out of Chicago, for the
12:00 M. Terre Haute aud Layfayette Accommoda
tion arrives at Indianaeolis. at fi:tlA P. hi.. mnklna
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terre Haute
Trains' ana lnutanapoiii - ana Lafayette trains lor
Decatur, Springfield, Naples, Qnincy, Hannibal and
St. Joseph; also with. Pern trains for Peru, Ft. Wayne
and Toledo. - - '
6:00 P.M. Chicago Express arrives at Indianapolis
at 10:30 P.M.; Chicago at 7:40 A.M. Making close
connections at Chicago with all morning trains out
of Chicago. This train connects at Indianamlla
with Terro Haute trains for all points West and
Sleeping cars are attached to all the night trains)
n this line, and run through to Chicago without
chance of oars.
This is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with favorable and reliable arrangements
with all connecting roads thioughout the entire
West, guarantees nn nal care ana I he amnlest ac
commodations to the patrons oi this line.
Be sore you ore in lbs right ticket office before
yon purchase your tickets, snd ask for tickets via
Lswrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same as by any other route. Baggagst
THROUGH TICKETS, good until used, can be ob
tained at the ticket offices, at Spencer House Comer,
north-east corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net Houm Corner: at the Welntit-atreAt Bonn, and
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on Front street, where,
all necessary information may bo had.
Omnibuasee rnn to and from oach train, and w
call for passengers at all hotels and all parts of the
city, b leaving address at either office.
... i ... i: W. H. L. NOBLE,
mylO ' ' ' General Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
TBBRE HAIITB, ' ' ' ' - 3
- 1 . PJCBO.
TWO DAILY THROUGHTR AINS leaveSlxth street
Depot, at ft A. M. and 4:30 P. M.
A. M. INDIANAPOLIS, 81'. LOUIS A CHICA
GO FAST EXPE8S.-Throughdtrect.iuakingo!oee
connections for all other Western and North-western
points. This Train also connect sat Richmond with)
Cincinnati and Chicago Roads, for Andorson, Xoko
mo Logausport, and all points on Wabasb Valley
4:30 P." M. INDIANAPOLIS, CHIC4GO ST.
LOUIS NIGHT EXPRESS.-Theabove Trains make
close connections at Indianapolis, Lafayette and Chi
cago, with Trains for Terre Haute, Springfield, Bock
Island, Galesburg, Kenosha, LatVosee, Jacksonville,
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Mathon, Naples,
(lalena. Quinoy, Prairio dn Cliien, Pana, Peoria,
Dunlolth, liaciut", Decatur, Blootiiington, Jollet, La
Salle, Bt. Paul, and all towns andcities In the Nortb
Through Tloketi given and Baggatje checked
throngh. ... i . i ,
For nirther information and Through Tickets, an.
ply to Ticket Ofllcea, novth-east corner ol Front and
Broadway; No. 169 Walnut street, near Fourth; at
south-east corner of Fourth and Vine street, or at
the Sixth-street Depot. .
D. M. MOBBOW. Superintendent.
Omnibuses will call for pasaengeni by ieariui IbeU
names at either of tbe Ticket Offices, ,
13H W. H. SUItll, Agent.
O ANDY I O ANDY
JELL INT. 0JLiJ5L3R13Lf
(Snccessor to Mtibi 4 (Jo,) M
Manufacturers aud Wholesale' Dealer!
-1 ' " i IN ' ' .(
PINE AND PLAIN CANDIED
40 MAIM gTREET, CINCINNATI
(BUOOIMO TO rTSl IMITH,)
IT At 36 WfeetiFiftH st.,'
Has eonstantly an hnnd a Large Variety of
fANCT flflona. TnYsYiriwi
m,,, FANCY BASKETS,
Fishing Tackle, JliUtary Goods, eta,
WHOLISALI AND BITAIL,
,HAT VERY LOW PRIC.
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