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THEPEESS.
TUESDAY,
IHMIHIKHinHMOIf'HHIl
-.ADGUMT 30
SIX CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE
PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
OWICR, 14 WIST FOURTH 8TKERT.
COMRADES, FILL NO GLASS FOR ME.
BY STEPHEN C. FOSTER.
Oh, cuinrados, till no glass for me.
To drown my soul In liquid llanio;
For if 1 drank, the toust should be
To blighted fortune, health and fame,
Yet though I long to qiioll the Btrlt
That passion holds against my lilu,
Ht HI boon companions inuy wo or;
llut, comrades, fill do glass tor wo!
T know breast that one was light,
Whose patient snffarlugs neod my care
I know a hearth that once wai bright;
llut drooping hopes have needed there.
Then, while the tear-drops nightly steal
Prom wounded hearts that I should heal;
Though boon companions yeniny be,
Ob, comrades, till uo glasa fur me!
Whn I whs young I flt Mie tide
ill nuplrntioiw unrtenlcd;
Bur manhood's yoars have won ths pridl
My parents centered In thelrchild.
Tli'in. 'iy the mother's sacred tear.
By all that memory should ravoie,
Though boon companions ye may be,
Ob) comrades, nil do glass for m!
To Resuscitate the Drowned.
As this is the season for bathing and
for fatal accidents in tho water, -wo prepare-
the following directions for the guid
ance of those who may need to use them.
We believe they embody all that is mate
rial in restoring a drowned person, though
of course a person who has been long
submerged would require tho treatment
of a careful physician after being revivod:
Use no harsh means, such as rolling on
a barrel, rolling on the ground, hanging
by the heels, or any of the relics of a Dar
barous age.
Have the body immediately stripped
nnd wiped dry, and either carried to a bed
tir placed upon dry blankets, with plenty
of covering ready to retain the heat that
j on may succeed in rousing.
Then commence inflating tho lungs in
such a manner as to make artificial breath
ing; this may be done by holding the noe
of tho person and forcing through the
mouth into the lungs sufficient air for a
natural breath, immediately expelling it
by an upward pressure just below the
ribs. Or, the air may bo thrown into the
lungs by applying the pipe of a bellows
to one nostril, while holding the other
nostril and mouth firmly closed.
This inflation of the lungs is the sheet
anchor, and must riot be intermitted,
except to turn tho head and body upon
the side to let out any water that may be
forced into the throat and mouth.
While this inflation is going on, let as
many warm dry hands be rubbing the
limbs, as can be employed; or let tho body
be enveloped in hot flannels, and cloths
wrung from hot water bo applied; at all
events get and keep the body warm,
These two points getting the lungs to
breathing ana the body warm are the
main chanees, and, in fact, the only
chance; and tho treatment must not be
topped for anything else until the person
i s given over for doad.
xhismothod cf treatmemtis so simple
that it can be conducted by nny person of
common sonse, and should not be discon
tinued for at least five or sis hours.
It may be that the application of elec
tricity, after the other treatment is fairly
at work, may serve to rouse vitality, but
of this we are in doubt, and believe it
[North
and South.
Mrs. Partington on Crinoline.
"Well, what on earth are you doing
now?" said Mrs. Partington, with a tone
of anxiety in her voice; and a lurge spoon
in her hand, as Lion rushed into the
kitchen, followed by Jko, The dog was
almost covered up with a thick, coarse
coffeo bag, and, in perfect sympathy with
Ike, who was laughing tremendously, he
wagged his caudality as if he liked tho
fun, "What upon earth aro vou doinc
now?" was a question that culled for an
answer; and Lion looked up into the old
lady's face with his mouth open and his
eyes glistening, as much as to say, "Look
at mo, Mistress P., for I am all dressed
up, you see. but ho didn t say anything.
liim n good deal, but you had better take
it off, for it makes him look very ridicu
lous." "It's nil tho fashion." said Ike
"All the fiddlestick!" replied she; "and
how should 1 look in tho fashion, all
hooped up like a wash tub? Shouldn't I
look well? No, dear, no. I don't want
to pretend to bo more than I really am;
sinil if 1 haven't been made so unanimous
as some, I don't want to cast no reflections
on heaven for not lnukiiur me no larger.
by rigging on artificial supportions, It
useu 10 05 me reniarn oi .aider stick that
every tub should stand on its own bottom.
1 T A i f .11 . .. '
unu i wans w see ioiks just as they are,
And now, what are you at?" cried sho
breaking off in her subject shorter than
pic-crust; and well she might, for Lion
was parading too uoor in groat glee, with
ono of tho dame's nidit-caDS on his hroul.
tied snugly under the chin, with great
complacency. "Dear me," said she, drop
ping into a chair. I am afraid your pre
domination will not be a good one, if you
go on so; and little boys who tease their
aunts don't go to heavon, by a great si"ht,"
She was much subdued by this," and
taking advantage of her momentary ab
straction and three doughnuts, he whis
tled for Lion, and went out to play.
you think it's very overcoming?" "Yes,
J declare," said she; "I think it comes over
JCSJfThoy have smart boys in Albany,
One of fhem, a pupil in one of the public
schools, got off a pleasant little conceit in
rhyme, the other day, as follows:
"I",,!,00.11 wo" In rloui!,
" Halted In golden light,
A hatching; out the little atari,
The chickens of the night.
BDtl't0,Jt,h,t',rebr"11't brood.
Produced by Luna pule, '
There was but one poor little chick.
That could produce a Uil."
This might very appropriately come
tinder the head of "comet literature."
WTAn outside passenger ly a coach
had bis hat blown over a bridge and
carried away by the stream. "Is it not
very singular,'1 said he to a gentleman
who was seated besido him, "that my hat
took that direction?" "Not at all, replied
the latter; "it ia natural that a beaver
should take to tho water."
Jt9The editor of a denomination paper
at ths West say .... .
"A man needs grace to edit a religious
paper probably at any time.but especially
whan h hw tha rheumatigm."
All About Lovers.
Nothing like tho old fashioned long
"engagements," say we. Then you havo
a chance to find out something about a
young man before marriage. Now-a-days
matrimony follows so olosely upon the
heels of "an offer," that it is no wonder
that our young people havo a deal ot end
thinking to do afterward. There are a
thousand little things in daily intercourse
of any duration, which are constantly
resolving themselves into tests of charac
ter, slight they may bo, but very signifi
cant, tiomo forlorn old lady must have
tin escort home of a cold evening; she
walks slow, and tells tho same story ninny
times; see how your lover comports him
self under this. He is asked to read uloud
to the home circlo some book which lie
has already perused in private, or some one
in which ho is not at all interested: watch
him then. Notice, also, if he invariably
takes tho most comfortable chair in the
room, "nevor thinking" to offor it to a
person who may enter till he or she is
seated. Invite him to carve for jou at a
tabic. Give him a letter to drop in the
postoluce, and find out if it ever leaves
that grave his pocket. Open and read
his lavorito nowspnpor before ho gets a
chance to do so. Mislay his cigar case.
Lose his enne, Sit accidentally on his
new beaver. Praise another man's coat
or cravat. Differ from him in a favorite
opinion. Put a spoonful of gravy on his
meat instead of his potatoes. Ah, you
may laugh! But just try him in these
ways and see how he will wear: for it is
not the great things of this life over which
we mortals stumble. A rock we walk
around; u mountain we cross: it is the
unobserved, unexpected, unlooked-for little
sticks and pebbles which cause us to halt
FANNY FERN.
Getting to Heaven by the way of New
Orleans.
The Philadelphia correspondent of the
New York Dispatch gives tho following:
We have a Methodist preacher hero
who is a, jolly wag. A few days since, a
young man who had long been attached
to his church, and who was about to lcavo
for New Orleans, came to bid his pastor
farewell.
"And so you are going to that degener
ate place, New Orleans, aro you?"
"Tos, sir, but don't expect to be influ
enced by an oxtraneous pressure of any
kind," responded tho young man, with
considerable earnestness.
"Well, I am glad to see yu so confi
dent. I hopo tho Lord will guido you.
nut uo you Know tlie temptations which
exist there?"
"No, not particularly."
"Well, I do; you'll find wanton women
in the guise of Paris, tempting tho very
elect; and rare wines arid ardent drinks;
and you'll find gay company, and night
brawling, find gambling and dissipation,
and running after tho lusts of the old man
Adam."
"Still, sir, I hope to combat these suc
cessfully." "I hope you will, my dear christian
brother,' was the reply. "1 hopo you
will. And let me give you this much for
your consolation in case you should fall
from grace. Tho tempter is worse than
the sin, and tho greater the temptation,
the more merit there is in resisting it.
Tho man who goes to Heaven by the
way of New Orleans, is Bure to have twice
as nigh a place in otornal glory as he who
readies Paradise through the quiet por
tals of Connecticut or Pennsylvania.
Orleans. "What's in a Name!"
Coming up the river a few days since,
an original Irishman was on board the
steamer one of those witty,genial fellows
who are never at ease only when they are
keeping those around them in the best of
humor and among the many rich notes
he passed current was one which will "do
to publish. Our whilom Yonck had
inquired the name of every placo along
up, and bad passed his judgment in his
own peculiar way, to the infinite delight
of those around him, on the scenery and
prospects of the country, often comparing
tliom with nlnrtna in ,i nrl ,l.r,,,f 'wnn
Bantry, Cork, Drojjheda. fcc "at home."
informing them, by the way, that he was
a member of tho great O'liegan family,
und descendod from a long lino of illus
trious "aunt's-sister3;" when, on nearing
Aiouny, cue steamer uregon nove in sight.
Instantly he exclaimed: " O-r-e-e-a-n ,
ivn i . i , , s .'
r .ufiiiij un, oo jttucrsi not lour woeks in
the counthry yet. and a sthameboat christ
ened aflher mo!' It is needless to
[Troy Times.
HUMOROUS.
j
St3"Douglas Jerrold calls women's arms
"The serpents that wind about man's neck,
killing his resolutions."
11 worn nn trim Lnnma 1
dress herself, knows very little about
uressing a uinner.
BSfisomebody says "A wifo should be
liko a roasted lamb tender, and
dressed." (A scamp adds, "And without
uuy auuee.
C Married last week, John Cobb
to
niissnace wenn. Their houso will
doubtedly be full of cobwebs.
un
Wk wag tells us of a boarding-bouse
keener whoBe tea was so weak that it
couldn't get up the teapot. There wasn't
any sufficient grounds for complaint.
BfaTA littlo girl, showing her little
cousin, about four venm nl1. n f-n noM
I "That star you seo there is bigwr than
lUi 1.1 II 11V' . . t, .
uiio worm. vo, u unit, saia no. "Ves
it is." "Then why don't it keep the rain
off?"
ISTA western poet has just gotten off
tho following, and retired to private lifo:
"I wood nut die In spiiojitiem,
wen frawge liejjlii to ciuwl
weti kallKii plaiitK aronhnltin' upi
not: 1 would nut die at all."
J82?A fellow at our olbow, snys the
Bath Times, says if he ever gets a wife, he
intends to select her whilo she is rnkinir
hay in the field.
lie does not reflect, perhaps, that a
young lady who understands the use of a
rake will refuse to marry one.
JtSTPaul Pry, espying a man who was
digging a large pit, and being disposed to
rally hira, asked him, what ho was digging
"A big hole," was the reply. "And what
are you going to do with such a big holo,"
said Paul, "doing to cut it into small
holes, and retail them to you fellows to
setfonce posts in."
t Ef ,ady sniJ " tetf "nband, in
Jerrold s presence, "My dear, you cer
tainly want some now trousoM." "No
think not," nnswerod tho affectionate hus
band. "Well," Jerrold interposed, "I
think the lady who woars them ought to
know."
SEWING MACHINES.
Sloat&Co.
sewing machines,
Cincinnati, OlUce S'-i Went Fourth itreot.
fkV THOSE INTENDING TO PURCHASE,
we desire a personal Investigation of the com
parative morita of those Sewing Machines with all
others in the market.
anil FRANK HENRY, Agent.
G. C. KJTIFFIN&CO.
DEALERS IN
Ladd, Webster & Co.'s,
(Late nunt, Webster ft Co.'a.)
SEWING MACHINES,
No. 6 Writ Fourth street, Clucionatl.
These Machines have beon steadily advancing In
popular favor for the past year, and are now esteemed
by all who have given them a trial as the "Ne Flu
Ultra" of Sewing Machines. The evenness and reg
ularity, and tightness of stitch made by them, has,
more than anything else, tended to this result. Added
to thla la the undeniable fact of their simplicity and
ease of management, there being no band or cog-
wheels, as In some Machines, or leather pads and
crooked needles, as in othera. They commend them
selves to the dress-maker by the regularity of the
feeding arrangement, which never puckers or tears
the work, by the uniformity of stitch alike on both
sides of the fabric, by their noieeleiisnosi and rapidi
ty; to the tailor by tholr great strength and durabili
ty, tightness of stitch aud capacity for using linen
thread; to famllioi, by the combination of all these
Qualities. Send lor a circular and sample of work,
jyl-t
GROVEE& BAKER
SEWING MACHINE CO.
68 WEST FOURTH STREET,
Cincinnati.
AS AN EVIDENCE OF THE SUPERIOR
ITY of the Machines manufactured by the Qro
ver anil Baker Sewing Machine Co., they have over
30,1X10 In diily use in manufactories, work -shops and
families. Fnblio patronage is the beet evidence of
mnrit. TIhiho Miicliinea. alike victorious over Dreju-
dicennd competition, now justly enjoy more univer
sal favor than has ever been bestowed upon any
Sewing Machine.
Manufacturing Machines making the shuttle
stitch, anil Family Machines making the celebrated
Orover & Bnkerstitch, of 37 different patterns, vary
ing in price Irom ('Ml to Jl.'o; aescripuve circulars oi
Machine ami illiiHtmtions of the stitch. can be had
on application, by lotter or otherwise. je-20
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES.
Prices Reduced lo $50, 975, $110 and $128.
Singer's New Fnmlly Sowing; Mnchlne,
The price of which is only ?"o, is a lielit and elegant
ly oecomien mnciune, capuuie in permi-iiiing, iu mv
best style, all thosewlng of a private family.
Sinser'H Transverse Shuttle Machine,
To be sold at 979, is a Mncblne entirely new in its ar
rangement; it is very beautiful, moves rapidly aud
very easily, and, for family use and light manufac
turing nurnnses. la the verv beat and cheanest Ma
chine ever oifored to the public.
Plnger'i Mo. 1 Standard Shuttle machine,
Formerly sold at SI3S, but now reduced to SI 10, is
known all over the world. Evory sort ofwork can
be done with It.
Hinaor's No. i Stnndnrd Shuttle Mnchlne,
This is the favorito manufacturing Machine every
where Price, with table complete, $11.
VScad for a Circular.
JAMES SKARDON,
Agent for J. 11. Singer 4 Co.
No. 8 Eut Fourth street,
joH-t CINCINNATI, OHIO.
LESTER'S SEWING MACHINES.
5 WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
the sowing public that I am the sole authorised
Agent lor thu sale cf the
LESTER'S IMPROVED SHUTTLE
SEWING MACHINES;
And being well acnuiutited with It i morita, and famil
iar with its operation. I feel confident that those in
want of such an article, will give it preference over
all others now Imfuro the pufilic.
1 deem it uimer-Bsary to enumerate all It" advan
tages, ba tlione who may wish to purchase will proba
bly profer to satisfy themnelves hy personal inspec
tion, which they mny do liv calling at
No. 9'i Went Fourth Htreet.
IWTFerHons purchasing Lester's ttewing Mnchlne
will receive practical instructions upon liiern freeof
charge. All machines warruuted.
WILLIAM I.APIIAIvI, Anent.
Mo. 92 WeBt Fourth street, directly
jy2C-tf-i Opposite Fost Ofllce.
El VEISTS'
MANTJFACTIKINU
SEWING MACHINE.
I believe I msko the best Lock-stitch Sowing 31a
chines, In the world. If the purchaser dons not think
so after six months trial, 1 will rofuml you the
SJGO Sa.KTX $110,
Price of Machines.
OFFICE AND SALE BOOMS-Plrfclly on the
Northwest comer Main nnd Fourth streets, over
Owen's Jewelry establishment.
fcTAH kinds of flewlng-MncliInes repaired, nnd
light machinery iimnufitctiireil, at the 'ai tory, H7
Walnnt'atrcoti comer Wulnnt nnd Fifth.
, Iter-Agcnts wanted In other eitie to anil my Sew-mg-Maclilnes,
Address, 1'. KVANS, Jr., Cincin
pati, 0. hum
ClUAKER CflTT:
wo Tlu-eoded Double Lock Tight Stitch
FAMILY SEWING MACIIIKE.
ALSO THE VERNON
HamnKtitrh.lwosiws, price $:i,l,flO and $40,00.
The very Intent invention and t lie most nolgeloas and
perfect running machine extant. The above named
machines make the same alitch, equally as wellas
hiolier priced onen. On these machines we apply the
ouly Hemnior that ill turn any width of hem it is
the only pnn In the niarket that fa adjustable to fold
any width of hem, with any thick neaa of cloth.
rornons residing in thn country wishing samples,
or information, by inclosing 3c. stamp, will receive
prompt attention
Local nKentK wanted In all the cities and towns in
Ohio. Address 8. A. JENKH, Agent,
P. 0. Box Ifiin;
Or call at Dean Swift's Watch and Jewelry Store,
Vn Main street, 2d door above Fourth, Cincinnati,
Ohio. jyis-amt
HOWE'S SEWING MACHINES.
I. HOWE, Jr., Patentee of the original Sewing
Machine.)
FOR FAMILY USE AND BIANUFACTUU
INO FUUFOSKS.
The Family Machines are well adapted for tailors
iiae, or milter fitting. Howe's Cylinder Machines,
for all leather stitching, hove always hold a reputa
tion far above any other. The public are desired to
examine, and purchase where beat .ulted,
a. t. jauksdn, Agent
No. 19 West Fourth street, in M'Oracken's Knr
Ishlng store. Cincinnati, t) myri
BRANDY AND GIN COCKTAIL. John
Kates would call the attention of saloon and
hotel proprietors, lo his superior llrandy and Gin
Cocktail, They are made from the best brandy and
gin, aiidnronxquisltely Havered. Theyare superior
toaiiythingof the kind that baa been made. For
sale, wholesale nnd rt'tull, National Theater Build
im.Hvoe more-street. auW
DKs. B. EHRMAN VwTiHlEML
HOMUWPATHISTS.
OFFICE NO. 40 8KVKNTII STREET.
OH! hours from A.M., 1 to 3, and 7 to 9, P. It.
. JW-em
MaNKLIN TVPK AND stereotype
L i'OUHDKY. II. ALLISON. MmMrintendont.
Printing Hs.rils of all kinds, les Vlne.tr.r tf
TgF.MOVAI.-I HAVE REMOVED MY
' Bonking office to Nn. West Third-street,
under the Bank of the Ohio Valley.
u-'vt J. F. LAKE IN.
MISCELLANEOUS.
THE OLD DOMINION
AND
TEAPOT.
ARTHUR'S
SELF -SEALING
FRUIT CANS
AND
t c3l in. m ,
The best now in uso aud all prepared for Sealing.
PRAT TS
PATENT
Self-Ventilating
MILK- PAN
The greatest Invention yet. Bvery house-keeper
should have one.
ABTHCB, BUBNHAM 4 QILItOY,
Manufacturers of Tatent Articles.
WTrade Depot for the West,
21 Sast Pearl street, Cincinnati.
JOSEPH IT. OKEBN, Agent.
'.iid for a trade Circular. an!
Vft B. DODDS,
Formerly of Hall.Dodds A Oo.jlate Urban, Doddi ft Oo.
W. II. Dodds & Co.,
H AMTJTAOTtTkE&s OF TBI
OONORETIi
Fire and Burglar Proof
S jfL 371 E3 3 ,
8. W. Corner of Vlue Second Streets.
This Is the most reliable FIRI AND BUROLA
PKOOF SAKE that Is made In tho United States, and
Is warranted nerfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and is of better workmanship than
can be fonnd elsewhere.
We have a large assortment on hand, and are de
termined to sell at prices that cannot fail to please.
Old Sales
Taken In exchange. HKOOND-HAND 8AM3 at
ways on hand at extremely low prices. 97)4
ROOFING.
Saltonstall's Fire and Water Proof.
. ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC
COATING FOR ROOFS.
THE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
Coaling for Metal Roofs, or any Iron Work ex
posed in use. Warranted to withstand the' severest
testa of Heat, Cold, Hain, or Hulnhurlo Acid, aud re
main perfectly Impervious to jVater. It will not
melt, crack, wash or scale off. For new, old, leaky
motnl roofs, or for canvas roofa, it ia SO per cent,
cheaper than nuy other coating. All orders accom
panied with the cash or satisfactory references, will
he promptly filled, in any unsold territory South and
West of New York and Pennsylvania. For further
Information, apply to
F. BOYS k 00.,
8ole Proprietors nnd Manufacturers,
j7-t 132 West Second street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
L. . VA, H. V. BaBBIMSEB.
VAN & BARRDTGER,
Manufacturer of
Van's Celebrated Patent Combined
COOKING STOVES,
Tor WOOD or COAL. The most convenient, eco
nomical and durable Cooking Stove ever invented,
for Steamboats, Hotels, Restaurants and Private
Honess. Cooking aud boiling water for wash and
batn rooms, in Targe quantities, in any adjoining
apartment by the same lire.
Warerooms, 179 Slain St., Cincinnati.
Bights to manufacture aud sell these STOVES
may be secured on application to the proprietor., at
their warerooma. 7ft
COAL OIL! COAL OIL!!
Burning and Lubricating Oil,
MANUFACTURED FROM
OJMKrilJX. CO-A.Hi
BY THK
GREAT WESTERN COAL & OIL CO.
For sale In quantities to suit purchasers, and war
ranted equal to auy In the market. Orders sent to
the office of the Company, Newark. Ohio; or at their
Agency, No. 13 West Front at., Cincinnati. Jel
ROOFING! ROOFING !
milE "OUTCAI.T ELASTIC ME.
JL TALLIO HOOFING" Is offered to the public
as tho best and cheapest 31etal Hoof now used, its
niorits touted by nn experience of years in this city
and vicinity. Applied to tint or steep, old or new
bnildlngs. No solder used fastened Becnroly with
out exposure to the action of the elements.
Prepared sheets, bcxeii for shipment to nny part of
the United States, can be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
.CALDWELL at CO,
jyis.tf 132 West Second street.
Menell's Blackberry Anodyne.
riPHIS MEDICINE IS OFFERED TO THE
& public as one of thn beat, if not the very best med
icine that has ever been invented for DlAlutllKA, Dva
r.NTEBV. Choi.kba Invantum, and all other derange
ments of the Htomacli and Digestive Organs, winch
are so prevalent and fatal in our country corrects
the derangod condition of tho Liver; alliu s Nervous
irritations, such a is caused by Toothing, gives
tone and healthy action to the bownls, aud withal, is
pleasant to take. I y23-bmr
At the Old Established Stand,
34 KABT FIFTTI, BIT. HAIN AND SYCAMORE.
SUAVE A LARGE AND DESIRABLE
stock of Household and Office Furniture, both
new and second band, consisting of lino bedsteads,
sofaa und parlor chairs, Brussels and ingrain carpets,
iiil-lotli, i-iulerv, etc. A fine assortment of coun
ters, shelving, ofnee desks and stools, etc. Also, a
stock of Billiard tables, pinuos, extra tuarble-top
counters and tublcs on hand find for sale low.
an-am WM, CABTKft, Proprietor.
CHAMPAIGNE WINES.
itfl REENSEAL,"
M "IMPERIAL,"
nit I nTuvw it
"HKIDSIECK,',
Ana otner lavorue pranns, annsianny on naiin.
E. B. k W. B. COLEMAN,
js21 and 6 Burnet House Building.
CLARETS! CLARETS !!
WB HAVE RECEIVED
100 Cases St. Jullen Claret,
Which we offer at a small advance.
K. F. W. B. COLEMAN,
jc21 . A and 6 Burnet House Building.
TOILET 80AP.
OfM'at GROSS TOILET SOAP,
9wwW On conaiffmnent. vorv low.
Hotels, Boarding-Uouses and families would do
well lo examine tue mock. .
E. 13. W. B. COLEMAN,
je21 ft and Burnet Hmi.n Building.
Money! Money! Money!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
HIIONEY LOANED dN WATCHES, JEW
jLvJslELRY anil all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of interest, at No. 5 West Sixth .treet, be
tween wiilnut 4 Vlue. m
MEDICATED 6 TBEN GT H E y I N Q
IvJL PLASTERS. These Planters are excellent
romtcfea In cases ot paiu ana weakness in me sine,
breast or back ; also, in rheumatic affections, conghs,
BaEnmatVpraiua, uriuiHn,, iuu aiuiir, v. niuu.,
ftinn. Thn Arnlca Aalhannoi. Pitch. Poor Man's
ind liemlock Plasters, are manufactured of various
sites, on kid or cloth, and PoorMun'sou paper, by 8.
A. GEtlFFlTH, and supplied to dealers and druggists
ones good terms as any mannfactqrers in the U. 8. (9)
AWES IP YOU WISH A GOOD DOU-ble-Tbreaded
Family Sewing Machine; whlcb
for practical nse can not be surpassed, call at No. 9
Carlisle Building, second story, corner Four til and
Walnut, and see "Novelty," Union's Patent, the only
Machine that can be used with eithera single or dou
ble thread. It is the best Machine made, and never
breaks needles. Callandseeit.or.end for . ( Mrcular
end specimen ofwork. F. T. COLEMAN,
. Sole Agent for the West and south-west,
So. 140 Main-street, below Fourth.
nTTirriviT T, i TnnrTV a irrpA-DKrw
WIUUIB.1U. U. ilAUl II All,
and Counsellor at Law, Chase's Building
XUlrd street, I doors uast oi maure ts
MISCELLANEOUS.
BT STATE AUTHORITY,
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
DEsT Agency established In Cincinnati In 1 h!i5, an
tedating all present local Insurance (xmipanioa arid
Agencies in the Insuranco busineis In this city, ,'ill
years constant duty here, combined vith wealth, ex
perience, enterprite and liberality, especially com
mend the 7KTN A Insurance Company in the favora
ble patronaireof this community standing solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of 18ii
Cash Capitalffil.000,000.
ABSOLUTE AND UNIMPAIRED.) WITH A
SURPLUS Ob' $1,030,423 80.
And the prestige of 40 years success and experience,
1NVR8TMKNT8 OP
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
I'l'VVAIt IIS OK sri,ooo,oo. LOSNES ,
Have been paid hy the yKtna Insurance Company In
the past 40 years.
Fire and Inlnnd Maviamion. Bisks accepted
at terms consistent with solvency and fair profits.
Especial attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms of 1 to a years.
Application made to any duly authorized Agent
firomptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
mate Insurance bu.lneea, this Company la enabled
to offer both indemnity for the pust und security for
tho future, 1'oilcies issued without delay by
J AS. H. CARTE It, Agent, No. o llaiu street.
A. F. PATCH. Assistant Agent,
II. K. IilNDSEY, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.J. HOOKER, Agent. Fulton, 17th WnrcL and
THEEE-POUETHS
or THK
PROFITS OF THE BUSINESS
DIVIDED ANNUALLY
10
POLICY-HOLDERS.
18 WALL STREET) NEW YOrtK.
CASH CAPITAL JtffJOjOOO 00
AS1ETH, July I, 1S59 flOS.OSl Si
LIABILITIES 18,514 37
T1IIE ATTENTION OP THE COMMU-
NITY is respectfully died to thn following
features In connection with tills Company:
First By insuring in this Coftipiiny. the advent
ages of a Mutual Insurance Cnnirutny aro obtnined,
with the additional advantHgo afforded In thdsocurlty
given by an ample and reliable Cash Cnpital a fea
ture not presented hy ordinary Mill mil Fire Insurance
Companies. Tlio dividends to customers, nlrendy de
clared, urn us follows:
First DlHsnii to I'ollcy-Ilolik'rs, 1x17, .W-j per cent.
Heeond do. ill): do. KH, 3 "
Third do. do. do. rWi, j '
Sr.coN'ii-Tbc security given, which in already largo,
will constuntlv incrciisi! with each year of stlcremful
operations. This is exhibited rleurlv in thn follow
ing statement, showing the position of the Coinpuny
in each year since the new system was adopted.
July, 1m, Net Assots of tho Company JWVW 3
" 18.17, . " " " lU'Vl'J M
" " " " 7AI.9I
" 1HS9, dross Assets, " IsAfiSl 8t
" " Liabilities 1V14 37
Tmnn-The insured incur no liability whatever,
while obtaining these iiilrnntnges or Run rlnr security
and chosiiuesH. GEO. T. liOl'K, 1'residont.
II. H. Lami'OBT, f-'ecret ny.
Cvnis I'ecr, Assistant .Secretary.
SAM. Ii E. MACK & Cu., Agents,
35 TVcat Thlril-stiect, Cine Innnll.
fanJJ.nml
1IALIAS PATENT.
THE MOST R ELI ABLE FIRE AND
BUBOLAB PUOOF SAFES. Thoy have given
more satisfaction than any other now In use.
We offer a reward oi onk Tiiuinanu snsn
IiARM to any person that can, up to the present
time, ehow a si uglo iimtnnce wherein thoy havo failed
to preserve their contents.
With this SAFE wo challenge all competition, as
being tlie best Firo Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; nnd are willing to
teat with any ontuhlislinipnt in the Union, and the
par'y failing first, to forfeit to tho other, tlie sum
of $2,0(111. . ,
We are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at less
cost, than auy otuor manufacturer In the Uultod
Biaiee. ........ . . .
Second-hand Safes or other maKers, aiso on nana.
We resnectfullv invito the nubile to cull and exam
ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
aug!2-ayt Nos. Ift and 17 East Columbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholic, and
ALL PAINS IN TUE ST03IACU & BOWaS.
Made by GEO. S. LIGHT .
WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, CINCINNATI.
FOB SALE BY JOHN D. PAHK, SUIRB, ECK
RTINE A CO., and Druggists generally. Order left
at Williamson A Hatiibld, o. 41 Walnut street
will be attended to. , a,nl3-tnnvl
an?41
I. X. Li.
MUSTARD.
AFTER MANY YEARS OF PRACTICAL
experience in the art of Mustard-making, the
proprietors offer the above brand of Mustard to the
Jiublio, guaranteeing it a strictly pure article, menu
tctnred from the best qnallty of seed, carefully s -lectedwith
tho design of producing a Mustard 8UPR
BIOll IN FLAVOR AND PUNGENCY TO ANY
NOW IN USE. We have nn hesitation In snying
that all lovers of good Mustard will find the I, X. L,
to be that which they so frequently fail to obtain, ,
MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTARD.
aWOrdert promptly filled.
HARRISON & WILSON,
Jell SO and 101 Wnlnut-strent.
COMPOSITION ROOFING. j
T1HE nnderalgned it prepored to put on a
. Composition Boof of the lost auallty at short
notice.
office In J A B. Bruce'i Carriage ltepository, cor
ner Third and Vine.
sTO Roofing material conitantly on hand, and for
sale. U,27-3ni) J, M. NODLI.
8
mm,
! 'Mil ' i wriOV'.t; Kt.rwl
RAILROADS.
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
OUR DAIXY TRAINS LEAVE THB
u Bixin-sireei vejmi
Tmin run throuah to Indianapolis, 1,1m Ban-
dusky and Cleveland without change of cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, Mortn.
ern and North-wostern cities.
A. Bl- EXPRBSH TRAIN (OolumbtrHlw-,
which ia seven minutes faster than Oiucinnatir-For
Cleveland and Pittsburg, via Byjaware, nwkej clows
connection at Crestline for Pitlebiirg, Baltimore,
Philadelphia and New York; and at Cleveland for
Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston and Now York. Abw.con
nects ut Dayton with Dayton and Michigan Bo" for
Troy, Piiiua, Sidney, Lima, Kort Wayne and Chicago,
reselling Chicngo at 7.80 P. M., (Juuicy and Galena at
7 A. HI. Also, at Dayton with Oreenvillo aud Miami
Koad.for (3renvlllo, Union, Winchester and JIuli
cio. Also, connects at Ulchmond with JmlianaCen
tral Boad.for Iuiltaiiarlls,iafeyette, Chicago. Terra
Haute, St. Louis, and all Western cities. Also, at
Bichmond with Cluciiiuatl and Chicago Bead, fnr
Auclewon, Kokomo and Peru. Also, connects with
Junction Knllrnad at Hamilton for Oxford.
H A. M. MAIL TKAIN-For Uuytm, Spring,
fiild and Sandiieky - Connects at HiinilrMky wim
STRA
DCS;
i...
..! IM.lfl..a, Tlila tritln nlwi lUltllieClH St DRLA-
WAHE with' tho C, C. 4 C. Boad for Cleveland and
r" ----- r . v
anil BanuusKy t.onnecis at nre;i wuu x imi'msi
ort Wavne and Chlcaso Head. East and West; t
Civile wit h C. and Toledo Koad for Cleveland ang Buf
falo, Toledo. Detroit and Chicago,- A Isn, connect at
lticbmond for Indianapolis, Terre Haute, Ht. Loula
and Chicago. Also, eonnectswith Junction Bailroad
at Hamilton for Oxford,
1. AI. TRAIN For Dayton. Troy, Pinna, Hid
ney, Lima, Fort Wayne ud Chicago, reaching Chl
csso at A. M. , . , , . .
II r The and 8 A. M. trains connect at Cleveland
with steamers for Buffalo. , ...
For further inlormatiou and Tickets, apply at tfcai
Ticket, oftices-north-east coiner Front and xlroao
way: No. If walnut-street, near Gibson House; a
the new Ticket Office, on the west aide cf Vine-street,
between Postofiico and Burnet House; at the Walnu'
Street House, or at the Sixth-street Depot. .
aulS . McLAllEN, Superintendent.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Train-No. 1 Express, at 8 A. M., connects via
Coluinbns and Cleveland, via Columbus, Crestline and
Pittsburgh, via Columbus, Stenbenville and Pntao
bnrgh, DetroitvlaClevolandaud steamer. ThisTrsla
stops, between Cincinnati and Columbus, at Love
land, Deernelil, Morrow, Xenia, Cedarville, BoutB
Charloston, London aud West Jefferson.
Second Ti aiU-o. Express, at 8:l A, , M.,conneeJi
via Columbus, Bcllairnnd Bonwoed; Wheeling; via
Uoliimbus.SteubonvillonndPlltsborgjTiaUoluniDiis,
Orestline and Pittsburg: via Columbus and Clove
laud; Detroit, via Cleveland and Bteamer: White Sul
phur citation, via Sprlngneld. ThisTralu stops i be
twten Cincinnntl nnd Ctdnmbiis, at Plainvtlle, Mil.
ford, Ulinmivllle, Loveiand, Deerfleld, Morrow, Cor
win, Spring valley, Xenia and London.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:40 P. 11., for
Columbus and Springfield.
Fourth Traiu-Nlght Evpress, at 11:30 P. M.; oo
nects viaColumbns, Bellnir and Benwood; Wheellag;
via Columbus, Steubcnvlllo and Pituburg; via C&;
Iambus, Crestliue and Pittsburg: via tkilumbns and
Cleveland. This train steps at Lovelornl, Morrow,
Corwin, Xenia and London. SLEEPING CABS 09
T11I8 TBAIN. , , . . .
No. 1 Express, through to Cloveland withont change
NoU'Express.through to WUeellngwithout change
,lTheBNIGHT EXPBEHH Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:30 P. M runs daily, except 8ATUBDAY8. lh
ether Trains run daily, except SUNDAYS. J
For all information, and 1 hrongh Tickets to Bos
ton, New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo. Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg. Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
apply at the Offices, Walnut Street House, Ho. 1 Bur
not Honse, eouth-eaBt corner of Broadway ana Front
stroets, and nt the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus lime, which Is ssvon lain
ntes foster than Cincinnati time.
i. DDRAND. Sup't.
Omnibuses call forpaesoDfters by leaving direction
at the Ticket Oflioes. mylT
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 On Change of Van beUetm
and Chicago.
Three FnssengerTrainsleaveOlnolnntti dally, froal
tho foot of Mill and Front streets.
t:.V) A. M.-Chicago Mail arrives at Indian-polls at
10:30 A. M.; Chicago at 7:24 P.M. This trwTn con
nects with all night trains on tot Chicago, for thai
West and North-west. ......
lK Ofl M. Torre Hnnte and tayfayett" Accommoda
tion arrives at Indianapolis, nt b;iJ P. M., making!
direct connections at Indiannpolis with Terre Hani
Trains and Indianapolis aud Lafayette trains for
Decntur, Springfield, Naples, Qulncy, Hannibal and
8t. J oseph ; also with Pern trains for Peru, FU Wayne
and Toledo. . , . , ,.
a.fy, p M rrhtf.ncrnPJvnresH arrives at Indianauolll
at 10:30 P. M.; Chicago at 7:40 A.M. Making cleae
connections at Chicago with all morning trains out
of Chicago. This train connects at Indianapolis
with Terrs Haute trains for all rotnts West and
Northwest. ... .... , . ,
Sleeping cars are attached tc all ths night train
on this line, and run thiough to Chicago withoat
change of cars. , ,
Thla is exclusively a Western and North-wester
route, and with fave.able and reliable arrangement
with all connect!"? roads thioughout the entire
West, guarantees unusual care and I he amplest so
oommoilatlons to the patrons ol this line.
wr Be sure you areln the right ticket office before)
yon purchase yonr tickets, anil ask for ticket! vis)
Lswrenceburg and ludiaiiapolli.
Fare the same as by any other route. Baggage,
checked through. , -
THROUGH TICKETS, good until used, can be ob
tained at the ticket ft dices, at Spencer House Corner,
north-east corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bnr
net House Corner; at the Walnut-street House, audi
at Depot ofllce, foot of Mill, on Front street, where)
all necessary Information may be had,
Omnibuesos run to and from ach train, and I w
call foi passengers at all hotels and all parti of the
olty.b) leaving address at oletjoffice.
mjlO General Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
Great Through Route for
INDIANAPOLIS,
TKKKE QACTll,
BT. LOUIS,
LAFAYEtTK,
OUICAGO,
LOGANBPOBT,
PERU.
FOBT WAYNK
TWO DAILY THB0UG1I TRAINS leavoHlxth street
Depot, at A. M. and 4:30 P. II.
6 A. M.-lNIrANAPOLIS, ST. LOUIS ft CHIOA
GO FAST EXPRESS. Through direct, making close
connections for all other Westemand Nerth-weslern
points, This Train also connects at Richmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Koko.
mo, Logansport, and all points on Wabash Valley
:30 l'.'M.-INOIANAPOLIS, tiniOAGO A ST.
T.iilTTH NIGHT EXPRESS. The above Trains make
close connections at Indianapolis, Lafayette and Chi
cago, wltn '4 rains tor Terre uauie, pprwgneio, noca
Island, Oalesbnrg, Kenosha, Latk-osse, Jacksonville,
Danville, Bnrlington, Milwaukee, Hattxon, Naples. 1
Galena. Qnlncy, Prairie du Ohfen, Pane, Peoria,
Dunleith, Bacine, Decalnr, Bloorr.lngtou, Jollet, I
Salle,St. Paul, and all towns andcitiea in the North
aTThrongh Ticket given and Baggage oheckedj
through.
For further Information and Through Tickets, a) j
ply to Tiokot Offices, north-east c.irner ol Front and
Broadway; No. 169 Walnut street, near Fourth; at
south-east corner of Fourth and Vine street, or at
the Bixth-stroot Depot. . .
I). M. 510BROW. Snperlntendent.
Omnibuses will call for paasengers by leaving their
names at either of the Ticket Offices.
138 ' W. U. SMITH, Agent.
CANDY I CANDY
DEC. 3T. OLAIIK,
(Buccesior to MtrsiftCo,)
Haunfacturen and rVbolcaalO Dealera
!:,,.,. ,.:. :- .--ist-;---':..'
FINE AND PIAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIM STREET CINCINNATI r
y n ; ' , royn ,
JOHN BONEil, I I
(SCCOMSOB TO MT1B SMITH,) ' '
At 86 West Fifth st., ;
Has constantly nn hand it Large Variety (
FANCY GOODS,' TOTS, CII1NA,
" FANCY ' BASKETS, '
Fishingr'tackle, Military Goods, eto, ;,
wH6iik8A.i,ii And betail, '
AT VERY JLOW PRICE8.
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