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THEPEESS.
WEDNESDAY
..AUGUST 31
SIX CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE
PENNY PRESS ONEWEEK.
Omen, 14 WK8T POURTH-BTBWtT.
[From the Louisville Sunday Democrat.]
"GATHER US INTO THY KINGDOM."
i Lord Jesus, come, fur hsre
(lllrpallt throilKll Willi i laid,
We wn'cli, iii for tnu ilay apt'lug near,
Amid l llu breaking shade.
Lord .leans, come, for heats
.nect on t lie name p.nm,
The patriot mourns, the tj rnut Doasts,
Aud loard uru shea liko raiu.
Lord Jesus, come, fir still ,
Vh i.Iiiiui her ro.uiac mirth,
Tli" l'.uiiislil crave in viu their 511,
Wuilo leotns liiii fruitful eurih.
Hark! herald mini near
Lead mi ihv happier day:
L'tuue, I. "ill. iiinl mm husunnas hear,
YVe wait to strew thywa) .
Conic, im in days of old,
Willi words of grace and rower,
l:itln rnsall within tliy fold
Ami never leave us mure.
"GATHER US INTO THY KINGDOM." JULY 30, 1859.
How I Courted Sal.
The way mo and .Sal got nlong wnsonly
middlin' woll fur sum time, till 1 mado up
my mind to fetch thiugs to a hod; fur 1
Juvcd Lor harder and harder every day,
and J. had mi idea that sho had a sorter
sneaking kindness forme; but how to do
the tiling up rito pestered me orlul r got
sum luv books, and red how the fellers
got down on their marrerbones and talked
like polks, and how tlio gals they wud go
inter sorter trance, and then how they
would gently full inter the feller's arras,
but surabow or uther, that way didn't Biito
my notion. I axed inaru how dad corted
her. but sho said it had been so long that
shed forgot all about it. (Uncle Joe
allcrs says mam dun all tho cortin.) At
last I mado up my mind to go it blind, fur
this thing was fairly a consilium my
innards; so 1 goes over to her daddy s
(that's sal's,) and when I got there, 1 set
liko a fool thinking how to begin. Snl
saw sumthing was a troublin me, and ses,
Ses she, "Ain't you sick, Peter?"
She said this mighty soft liko.
, "Yes no;" sezl, "that is I ain't ad
zactly well I thought I'd come over to
irire," ses I.
That' s a mity putty beginning, any how,
thinks I; so I tried again,
"Sal," says I, and by this time I felt
inity faint and oncasy liko about the
squizerinctum.
"What," says Sal.
"Sal," says I again.
"What," says sho.
I'll get to it arter awhilo at this lick,
thinks I.
"Pctor," says she, "there's sumthin a
trublin you powerful, I no, it's mity rang
for you to keep it from a body, fur an
iunard sorrer is a eonsumiu fire.
She said this, she did, tho dear sly
critter she noed what was the matter all
the time mity well, and was jist a tryin to
fish it out, but I was so far gone, 1 didn't
soe the pint. At lust I sorter gulphcd
down the lumps as was risin in my throat,
and ses
.'.' Ses I, "Sal, does you love enny body?"
"Well," snys she, thar's dad and mam;
an (a countin on her fingers all the time,
.., i . i lfi r ,i ,
witn nor lse sorter sod iikc u ieiicr snooun
ov a gun) and thur's old Pide, (that war
an old cow ov hern,) an I can't think uv
enny body else jis now, sos she.
Jv ow, this wus orful for a feller ded in
love, so arter awhile 1 tried another shute.
Ses I, "Sal, I'm powerful louesum at
home, an 1 eumtiines think ef I only had
a wife to lav and talk to an to move an
hare my being with, I would be a tre
mendous feller.
With that she begins and names over
all the gal's in five niilciof thar,and never
wunst comes a nigh namin uv herself and
sed 1 ortcr git wun of them. This sorter
got my dander up, so I hitched iny cheer
up close to hern, and shet my ise an sed
"Sal, you are the very gal l'se been
hankurin arter for a long time, 1 love
you all over from the sole of your head to
the foot of your crown: an I don't care
who noes it, and ef you say so, we'll bo
joined on together in tho holy boas of
matrimony, cpluribus uniim, world with
out end, amen," ses J; and 1 felt like I'd
thrown up an alligator I felt rclocvod.
With that she fetched a sorter scream,
and arter a while says:
Ses sho, "Peter."
"What, Sally," says 1.
"Yes," ses she.ahiden uv her putty
faco behind her hands. You may depend
on it I felt good.
"Glory, glory," says 1. "I must holler
Sal, or 1 11 bust wide open, lloorah for
hooray i kin jump over a ten rale f'rmro,
I tin Wn. Kn II nfV K.i,U 1.:. ,1.
-v --.-J, ...... i l';iP.:r
ever could, would, should, or orter do.
With that I sorter sloshed miself down
by her, and clintched the bargain with
kiss, and sich a kiss talk nboutyore suo'ar
talk about yore merlasses talk about
' ycr blackberry jam you couldn't a got
me to cum. nigh they wud all a tasted
sour arter that.
Gh, these wimmin how good nnd how
bad, how high and how low they make
feller feel; ct Sal's daddy hadn't hollered
out it was time for honest folks to bo in
bed, I do believe that I'd staid all ni.'ht.
You orter a seed me when 1 jrot hum?
pulled dad outer bed and hugged him.
I pulled mam outer bed and hugged her!
. I pulled aunt Jane outer bed and hugged
her. I roared, I snortod, I cavorted, 1
. Jaffcd.ani I hollered. I erode liko
rooster, I dansod about and cut up more
capers than you ever hearn tell on, till
dad thought Iwaa crazy, and got a rope
to ti me with. ; 1
, "Dad " ses I, "I'm a gwino to be
mamd.
r "Marrid!" bawled dad.
. t 'Marrid!" squalled mam.
"Marridl" squeaked aunt Jane
' "Yes, .marrid," ses I, "marrid all over-
. marrid to be shore; marrid like a flash:
jined in wedlock; hooked on for better or
iur wuBser, for life and for deth, to SnL I
, am, that very thing; me, Peter Sporiim.
isq. , ' '
With that l aps and tells 'era all about
it, from Alpher to Omeger. They wus all
mitile pleased, and mity willin tm I went
to bed as proud as a young rooster with
, his first spurs: Oh, Johosophnt! but did n't
. I.feol.2od.,i keP' gitfcia that way b!1
nite. . Ididnt sleep a wink, but kept a
; rolhn about and thinkin and thinkin, till 1
felt my cup uv happiness full. Dressed ai id
packed down, and a runnin over. I'll tc ill
you sam uy these days, ay the weddin i in
all of thatjan how I dun, and how ffel
he dan, an how all don, and so foui.th
ndioon.
Timely Warning.
A Yankee editor thus confessed to have
had dealings with Satan, for tho good of
his readers of course:
I was sitting in my study, when I heard
a knock at the door.
"Come in," said 1; but when the door
opened who should walk in but Satan!
"How d'ye do?" said ho.
"I'retty well," said 1!
"What aro you about; writing your
leader?"
"Yes," eaid I.
"Ah. I daro snyyou aro doing a great
deal if good?"
"Well not so much as I could wiah; but.
a littlo good, 1 hope," said 1.
'.'You have a largo Jot of readers," said
he.
"Well, pretty well for that," snid I.
"And 1 dare say you aro pretty proud
of tlieiu," remarked Satan.
"No, I am not, for not half of theiu pay
for their papers," said I.
"You don't say eo!" ho exclaimed.
"Yes, that I do; riot half of them pay
for their papers!"
"Well, said lie, "then they are an
immoral lot; but let liio have tho list, I
think 1 can do a tritlo mysolf with such
people.
HUMOROUS.
a
a
i
tfriT"! never give alms to strangers,"
siiid ilunx, toapoorlrishwoniani. "Sure,
then, your honor will never relievo an
angel," was her quick reply.
A lady, with a sigh, exclaimc 3:
"Well.l have lost my lawsuit!" "Oh,
mamma, how glad J am," said her child,
"that you havo lost it for it tormented
you awfully!"
ft""Johniiy," said a doting mother to
her somewhat insatiable son, "can you
cat that pudding with impunity?" "1
don't know, inn," quoth young hopeful,
"but 1 'sposo I can with a spoon."
CSgrA few years ago the ladies woro a
kind of hood called "kins-mo if-you daro."
Tho present style of bonnet might bo
called, with equal propriety, "kiss-iuc-if-you-want
to."
BSfA delinition of "bearing falso wit
ness against your neighbor" was given by
a little girl in school. Sho said it was
when nobody did nothing, and somebody
went and told it.
JSsT"" You wonldbo very pretty, indeed,"
said a gentleman, patronizingly, to a
young lady, "if your eyes were only a little
larger." "My eyes may bo very small,
sir, but such people as you don't 1111 them."
Why did Jacoh Cuy. Jacob kissed
Rachel and lifted up his voico and wept
Scripture.
If llachcl was only a pretty girl, and
kept hor faco clean, wo can't see that
Jacob had much to cry about. N. Y,
Globe.
J8"I'm afraid," said a lady to her
husband, "that 1 am going to havo a stiff
neck," ".Not at all iinproballo,niy dear,"
replied the husband, "1 havo soon strong
symptoms of it ever since wo were mar
ried." Shocked. " Sho isn't all my fancy
painted her!" bitterly exclaimed arcjeoted
lover; "and worse than that, sho isn't all
she paints herself."
That's So. The busybody labors with
out thanks, talks without credit, lives
without love, dies without pity savo that
some say, "It was a pity ho died no
sooner."
Fix the Date At a concert in Wis
consin, at tne conclusion ot tho song
"There's a good time coming," a country
tarmer got up ana exclaimed : ".Mister,
couldn't you fix tho date? that is what we
want just give us too date, Mister.
J55F"Have you any shew-cs?" queried
a lass at a certain store. "Yes," replied
the shopkeeper; but wo have none but
what are too large for you.' "I don't keer
a single mite nor grain," said the damsel,
"if they're as big as cradles, if they be
only bIicw-cs."
EST A country editor announces, in tho
following terms, Hint he has suspended
specie paymont: "If any man wants to
see stars, and appreciate one of th vwa
to which brickbats may be perrctted, let
him approach out Vicinity with an
account.
"P) ?i "o keep a pile of bricks in our
nnctiuii, and carry one in our hat,''
JStSA dandy, who wore a great profu
sion of diamond rint!;s, wo!lS day flour
ishing his lingem bofcre a gentleman, with
the idea f impressing him. "Well," said
the gentleman, "I'd rather, Havo your
hands than your head. ! know Which
could be turned M W best account"
CfijH'ity dear, coinc in and ?o to hr-d "
ifnd tho wife of a jolly son of Krin, who
". a lOliy 8
hadjust returned from thefair in a docid
n( v mw ix.mni.nn -z" .. ... .
..v.,. .wmujuncy nuifai;. I UU 1UU8C
be tired, sure, with tho loin: walk of six
miles. "Arab! zct awav with vnnr' nnn.
sense," said Pat, "it was not tlm length
of tho way that troubled tu'C) at all 'twas
the breadth of if
e2T"Pa," observed a young urchin of
tender yews, to his "fond pavieut," "docs
tho Lord know everything?" "Yes, my
son," replied ho hopeful sire; "but why
Jo yo-t ask that question?" "JJcciiubc our
preacher when he prays is so hiv; telling
him everything, 1 thought ho wasn't
posted." A sad commentary upon the
doctrine of omniscience of Deity, say we.
BgyA teacher in a Sunday-school was
lecturing to a elass of little girls on the
influence of pious instructions in the
formation of youthful character. "Ah,
Miss Caroline, said he to one of tho elass,
"what do you think you would have
been without your good father and pious
mother?" "1 suppose, sir," answered .Miss
Caroline, "I should have been an orphan."
t S-"Mother," said a little j.'irl in the
vicinity of Clarion the other day, as she
saw the clergyman passing to Conference,
"don'tall these ministers come fromOhio?"
"Why do you ask?" said tho mother.
"Because, replied the chi' 1, "yon know
all tho great fat cattle con.e from that
State, and, as these preachers are so
healthy and . fine looking, I thought they
camo from the same locality." The
mother bade the child go to school.
Miohtvs. Kioht. When William Pcnn
went to tako leavo of the king, he spoko of
buying tho lands from tho Indians.
t "Buy the landsl" said tho king in aston
ishment; "why man, I sold them to you."
"Hut tjioy wore not thine to sell, friond
Charles, said I'enn.
. "No! why, man, they were as' much
mine by conquest as those claimed by any
other potentate," said the king.
"Which is no claim at all, friend
Charles," roplied Penn,
SEWING J&ACHINES.
SEWING MACHINES,
Cincinnati, Office 54 Went Four lb street.
THOSE INTENDING TO PURCHASE,
we desire a rreoual investigation of tli com
parative merits of tluuo Sewing Machines villi all
othon in the market,
null . TttAJIK HENRY, Alien t. !
G. C. KNIFPIN&CO.
DEALERS IS
Latld, Webster & Co.'s,
(Lato Ilunt, AV'eliater & Co..)
SEWING MACHINES,
No. G Wort Fourth street, Cincinnati.
Thee Machiuos lmvo keen taulilr advancing in
popular favor for the post y'oar, andare now esteemed
by all who have given thorn a trial as tho "Ne FIiib
Ultra" of Sewing Maditiiea; tho eVeBhtesa and reg
ularity, and tiKlitnima of utitch mtite W them, has,
rnorothan anything olso, tended ti thin result. Added
to thin in the undeniable fiict of tlieir simplicity aud
o,iise of miinngemont, there being no baud or cog
wheols, as in eonie Machines, or leather pads and
crooked needles, as In others. Dior commend them
olves to the dress-maker by the reunlarity of the
feeding arrangement, which never packers gr tears
the work, by the uniformity of atitoh aliko on both
tides of the fabric, by their noiooloasnen and rapidi
ty; to tho tailor by tliclr grout strength and durabili
ty, tightness of stitch and capacity for using llnon
thread; to families, by tho combination of all theao
Qualities. Send tor a circular and sample of work.
jyl-t
GROVER & BAKER
SEWING MACHINE CO.
68 WEST FOURTH STREET,
Cincinnati.
AS AN EVIDENCE OP THE SUPERIOR
ITY of the iM.icliinosmiinnfuctiiredby tlieQro
ver ami Buker Sowing Machine Oo.,tliey have over
In daily two in iiiniuil'uotorion, wnrk-shnpi anil
fiiinilli's. Public rutrouuKn is tho best, eviilenreof
merit. Tlii-so MiiRliiues, nliko vlrmrioim ovur proju
dicmitid competition, now jiwtly enjoy mum iiniver
al fiivor than has ever been bestowed upon any
SewiiiH Machine. . . ...
Maniiliuitiiring Machine making the shntlle
titcli, and Family Machines making the celebrated
Urnverft BakerHlitch, of 47 different patterns, vary
ing in price from 8'"' to $131', ileacriptiie clrciilnra of
MacliiiiKiaml llliL-mitlims ol tho silich,cim be had
on application, by letter or othcrwine. je-2u
SINflBB'S SETTING MACHINES.
Prices Reduced to SO, 91 S, $H and f 125.
Slnftcr'fl New Fnmily Kewlnc BFnnlilnp ;
The price of which Is only S V, l a llfht and eleifent
ly ilec'imted Machlue. rup;ililo of perforiniiig, in the
boat style, all the sewing of a private family.
Mimer'n TrnnsvcraH I!irilo HincI:itio,
To be sold at S75, ii a Kiiohinn mitimlj' new in its ar
rangemeiit; it is very litHiitiful, moves rnplilly and
very easily, and, for family use ami light nianufac
tuniiu purpi'M-s, is the very bent and cheapest Ma
chine itver ulTcrcil lo the public.
Sinner's Nn. 1 Htandnrd Shiittlo Slnchiiic,
Kormovly sold at SlW, but now reduced to 8110, Is
known all over the world, livery sort ofwork can
be done with it.
Winsrr's No. Stuntlnril .Shutllrt .liacblnp,
This ia tho favorite niatitifaclnring M whine every
where. I'rice, with table complete, 8125.
WSond for a Uirculnr.
JAMSJH StUCDON,
Afryit for .1. M. Singor & Co.
No. S Ent I'liiirili mrcft,
if,n-i fnsomwATi, oiiio.
LESTER'S SEWING MACHINES.
E WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
tho sewing piibilc thnt I uni tUu sole authorized
Agent lor the ealeof tho
LESTER'S 'IMPROVED SHUTTLE
SEWING MACHINE S
Ami hc!liRwellnciUaiiiterlwithitsmoritii,.nid Tamil
lar with its oiwraliim. I feel confident that those in
want of siicli nn artleio, will give it preference over
all others now before the punlic.
1 dfem it unnocftiu!'y tu emimerHte all it ailvnn
taues, an thoae who may wish to parchnfo will proba
bly prefer In snlixfv tiiuinnelves by porsonal inspec
tion, which they may do br cnlliug at
No. Wi Went Fourth wreet.
B"Persons piirclniniiw Lester's Dewing Machine
will rnceivo praciieal Instructions upon themfreeoi
charge. Alluischines warranted.
WILLIAM l APilAr.Asfiit.
Ko. i)2 AVest fourth street, directly
Jy2fi-tf-t Opposite Post Office.
EVENS'
SEWING MACHINE.
I believe I tnako the best Lork-slltib Hewing Ma
ohlnes,ln thewol ld. If I he pitrciiiiii.ir 1w" nut think
to altar sit months trial, 1 ill refund you tin
$60 JL3&T S3.10,
Price of Machines.
OFFICE AND SALE RflOMS-DIrectly on the
Northwest corner Min and Fourth streets, over
Owen s Jcvio.ryos.aUiietjBuut.
K;TA11 kinds of f'ewlng-Machines repaired, and
llsbt niacldnery iiiiiiiiifaetiired, at the r ectory, 1-7
V nlnnt-iitri'i't, enniei' Walnut and Kitih.
iMFWcvits wanted in other citle tuiii'll my Bew-Ina-Macliinos.
Address, Pi KVANS, Jr., t'lnnu
iti, "i . 'i'i
(IVAKEa.ClTV:
wo Threntled Double Lock Tl!it Stitch
$20
in
ALSO THE VERNON
.nm(.Htit lit twodfM. prlco VSAi find $4000.
Tlie very Intent i ri n t it n atcl I im inimt iiuImvIi'mi mid
pcrlrct rimniii iniu liitii.' i'riint. Tlie r.bovo nnmud
mai'liini-K iii.-ikv thii FHiiii Htilcli, Miinally m well h
hlglt'T priri-il oiu-H. im lliCKtimuoliiiit h wf Hppiy tlio
only lh nun r tlntt wiii turn miy vjt!h f )jtn it Ih
fliHonly ono hi I he intirkct tluit in ii'ljustHhlo to fuld
any uidMiot li'-ni, with any tliiiUnt of cloth.
I'urT.nf rrniiliiu in tho country winliini? f-Hinplcn,
nr :n formrttin hy inclfslng oc.t titatiip, wilt receive
prompt attfiition-
he cul uttcjitN wttiit(H) in nil tlie ci'ien aud fnwnH in
Oiiio. AJdvMfi . A. JKNKS, Agt-nt,
1'. 0. Hux H'.in;
'ir mil at Dunn Swift's Vnlcli mid .lewclry Stor,
l'7 Main Btri'ftl, 2d door above Fourtb, Ciriciniiriti,
Ohiu. jylA-amt
B. I10W3, Jr., Fatentee of the original Bowing
Machine.)
FOIl FAMILY TSB ANI BIANITKACTUR
IN1 PKiU'O.SKS.
Tho Farn'ly .'tnchlnes are well edaptod for tnlloro1
Lue, or gaif.r litiia.;. ilowe's (JyliudHr Jlnchincs,
(or all leatin r stitihltm, hove always held a reputa
tion far above any oilier. The pul-licarodesiredto
exsmino, and purchase where best enitrii,
A. T. JACb'SDN, Agent.
Ko. 19 West Fourth street, In ATCrncken's 'ur
bihlnn .torn. Olnrlnnptl.O revil
fSRANDT AUD OIW COCKTAIL John
JKJ Bates would Kill the attention of saloon and
hotel proprietors, to his superior llrandy nnd (ill!
Cocktail. They are made l'rom tho host brandy uud
gin, and are exquisitely Havered, 'f hey are superior
to anything of the kind that baa been made. Fur
enlo, wholesale and tetall, National Theater Build
ing, Mvcnninro-stri'ct. au'1
DKS. B. EHKAIAN ft W . C. LEJEUIL
UOSia.OPATIllSTS. '
OPriUH MO. -10 SBVKNTII STREET,
O flii e hours from A. !., 1 to 3, uud 7 to 8, P.M.
jy'.i-cm
J. J. BUTLEIt'S
F.i.celsior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory, 30 Vine St. H
MISCELLANEOUS.
THE OLD DOMINION
; AN!)
TEA POT.
AEiTMtJK'S
SELF-SEALING,
FRUIT CANS
AM
The best now In uso and all prepared for Sealing.
I 11 A T TS
PATENT
, Self- Ventilating
MILK - PANS
Tlie Bmstest invention ynt. Kvery houso-kcepf
should have one.
: AiiTnrjit, BurtsnAM at gilroy,
Mannfactnrert of Patent Articles.
WTrndo bopotfbr tlie West, .
24 East Pearl street, Cluolnnatl.
JOSEl'it It. OREKN, Aieenu
'r'-Vml for a trade Circular. ' anl
Vli B. Ii ODDS,
Fottnerlyot ilall.llod'ia 10o.;lnte Orbnn.Ucdds V
W. II. odds & Co.,
AitorAaiusi:u or rat
Fire ami S5m'g!ar Frooj
S A P B'S,
S. W. Comer of Vine Si Second StreetH.
This Is the most reliable FIIIE ANT rlUliObA
PUIIIlK SAFE that la made In the United States, and
Is warranted perfertly free frnra damp. Can beaold
at lower prices, and is of bettor workmanship thau
can be found elsewhore.
W have a largo assortment on hand, aud are de
termined to sell at prices that cannot fail to pleasn.
Old .Sales
Taken in exchange. SEOON D-HAND HklVS al
ways ou lianil at extremely low prices. . .1
ROOFING.
SaUoaslall's Fire and Water Proof,
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC :
COATING FOR ROOFS.
milK CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
i;onttni; tor rocta 1:001s. or any iron worK ox
posed In iiKe. Wivrr'inteii to wirhstund the severest
tents ui una'., um. iiian, nr ouipniinc aciu, ami re.
main perfectly iinterviniis to water. It will not
melt, crack, wash or scale off. For now, old, leaky
Bietfil roofs, or fur canvas roofs, It la .Ml per cent,
ct'ctiper than any other coating. All orders accom-
K unied with tho cosh i r satisfactory references, will
e promptly tilled, in any unsold territory South and
West of New York nnd l'enue) lvania. ov further
Information, apply to
. F. ROYS y CO.,
Solo Proprietors and Muimfiictnrtirs,
jo7-t 132 West Secmiil street, Ciucinnnti, Ohio.
h. 8. VAN, H. T. BAttaiNliRB.
VAN & BAKIMNGER,
M.anufacturer of
Vaa's Celebrated Patent Coabiacij
COOKING STOVES,
For WOOD or OOAIi. The moot convenient, eco
nomical and tlnrable Cooking Stove ever invented.
for Kteaiubosts, Hotels, lie3tanrants Rnd Prive.to
IlonoeB. Cooking and hoilinc wuter for viisli and
bath rooms, In bivso nuiratiiies, in any adjoining
spartmeut by t ho same nre.
Warerotims, IVJ Biatu St., Cincinnati.
WKIchte to manufacture and sell these STOVJCS
may be secnroil on application 10 the proprietors, at
their 'rei'ooi.H.
"COAL OIL! COAL OIL!!
Burning and Lubricating Oil,
MAKUITACTUBED FKOM
COAL
BY THE
GREAT WESTERN COAL & OIL CO.
For sale In quantities to suit purchasers, and war
ranted euual lo any in tho market. Orders sent, to
ttwoltico of the Company, Newark, Ohio; or at their
Agency, So. i'.l West Front St.. Cincinnati. jel
OTJTCALT ELASTIC ME-
M. TALLIC ItOOKIKfi" is offered to tho pnllic
as the bust and clieupest Mete.t ltouf new. iik.;i1, Its
n:erits tented hv nn experince ef years 111 this city
and vicinity. Applied to Hat or steep, old or li'-w
biul'liiiL's. No solder nseil-raotened securely with
out exposure to tlie action of the element.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part of
tho United Mates, can hi applied hy any olio with
ordiuury niechaujcul skill. Onlers promptly fllieU.
CAMIWELl, At CO,
IVtR-tf 13a vV'st Hecoil'l street.
Merrell's Elackbeny Anodyne,
rpnrs medicine is offeked to the
m- public its one of the best, if not the very Ix'stnied
iclne that has ever been invented I. ir lilAinmr.A, 1M B
kntebt. Chum:!! IA,.'t'l. and all other ileiaiute.
montei'f the stomach ami Ubjestive Oiicins, ivlnch
are so provalant and fatal In our country corrects
tho deranged conditlen of the Mvafjnlliiiu Nervous
Irritations, suoh as is canned hy Teethlu?, Rives
tone and healthy actum to the bowels, and velthal, is
pleasant to take. ly'ii-bmt
At the Old Established Stand,
. 31 EAST FIFTH, DET. MAIN A.KD SYCA510HK
H" HAVE A LABGE AKD DESIRABLE
a. sreck i f Hmwholn and Offk'e 1 iiinltnni, both
new aiirl soeond I'lind. consisting of line b'-diteads,
siil'ae and parlor chairs, lit luwds anil int'raln carpi-ti,
fll-delh, einlt ry.ntc. A linn nssorluieiir, of .auin
tcrd. shelnc, utHce desks iiikI stooln, e;c. Also, a
stick of Wili.iril tables, piano,, extra marble-top
counters nud lubleaon hand end for mile low.
BiiB-sm VM, CAHTKli. Proerletor.
CUAWPAIGWE WINES.
iilfi REENSEAL."
.JT "IMPKBIAI.,"
''CABINET,"
'HBIHSIKCK,',
And other favorite brands, aonstnntly en hand.
K. II. & W. II. CXlhKWAN.
jo21 5 ami 0 Unmet UoiiHH lliiililiiic.
Cl.AJ?ETi: CI.AHETi:!
KTi7"E HAVE RECEIVED
I till Casea St. Julion Claret.
Whirh u'u iiftVir ut a . mull advance.
E. F. W. U. COLEMAN)
je21 ' S and 6 llilrunt House lluilitlng
TOIIjET SOAl'.
'-trl'li 8R0S8 TOILET SOAP,
JH.PU' On consi)Miinent, very low.
lintels, Iloardiug-lliniHea and fuiuilies would do
.olltoexauiinotlk. w (.nr E5jANj
Sand a Huron IIi.iwh Huil.llng.
MosicyJ Ifloiaey! Money!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
7f OKEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW-
iyjlF.f,IlY and all klmls or Merchamllsn, at low
rates of Interest, at No.
5 West SWth itreet, ho.
tween Walnuts. Vine.
EDICATED' STRENGTH EVIHO
PI, AHTEItH. These Tlasters are uxcellent
renisiHee In oases of pnlu and weakness In the side,
breast or back ; also, in rheumatic stlectlnns.coiiehs,
authnia, spralus, bruises, and kidney nr spinal aftec.
lions. The Arnica, Galhanuru, I'itch, Poor Man's
nd Hemlock Plasters, are manufactured of various
siKcs.nn kid nrolotb, and Poor Slun'son papor, byS.
A. URI Fh'ITU.and supplied to dealers and druggists
on a. good trrnis as any nlannfactnrers in the ll.tUJ)
Al)l ES IP YOU WISU A GOOD DOU
I bln-Tbrendcd Family Bewlng Machine; which
for practical uao can nut be surpassed, call at No.
Carlisle Jinildlng, second story, noraer Fourlh and
walnut. anil see "rsoTeiiy, liruen s ratent. ineoniy
Machine that can be used with either a liiigleorilou
lilolhruad. It is the beat Machine made, and nover
breaks needles. Call aud see it, or send for h Circular
rrt specimen of work. F. T. CCLKJ1AN,
Bole Agent for the West sutl south-west.
No. 140 Main-street, hclow Fourth.
.XriLLIAM II. BALDWIIT. ATT0RHE7
and ucnnsellor at Law, Chase's
Building
1 Third ittt, 3 doors East of Usivr
W1
WW
MISCELLANEOUS.
9
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
IncorpomFt'il 1S19. ( hnrtcr Perpetual
KCA?eiieyeslolill.'lieillti Ini lnimll ill Ii!27i,an-
tifliiilnu nil iti'i.:,i'nt luriil nominee t.'uiiiniin tea and
AceucitH ill tlie Insurance IhmIlsis lu this eliy. ;I;S
jears conetaiit duty here, ooiiiliinrii wit li U'esitli,ei
perlenre, enterprbo a!:d lilwiahty, eeia-ciully coni
menil the jl!TM A liiuiaiji;e Oel:;imtv 1" the favora
ble pat ronave of this coiuni'jaiiy staiiillnsnlilaiy
andninue the sole survivor and livin? pioflecr of
Cincinnati midirvritors of J trift,
Cash Capital 1.0 00.000.
laBSOMl'XK A.S'l) I:MMI'A1ED. WITU A
SUKPM'W OK Sl.llitli.'t'M HO.
And tho prettlgeof In ymrs niceties and ex pel leuce.
fUBrMhUTS OV
Onr $500,000 in Ohio Securities.
III'WAKIH (IK $l:i,flO',00I. I4WK!,
Have been paid bv the iJtni Insuniuce uitiuy in
the rast ! years.
Firo nmllnlntiil Nnviutioii.-IUks aecep'id
at terms consistent with solvency nnd tnlr n mil is.
Ksperial attention (liven to insurance of Dwellings
and Contents for ternm ef 1 to 0 years.
Application made to any duly authorized Anent
promptly attended to. by strict at fiction to a leait
linato Insiiriiiiio Imslness, this Ounipiiiiy is enabled
ton.'WlKith Iriili.ninity f.ir the pnst and eeciuiiyfuf
the fiitui'o, l'filiel,', iism il without delay by
JAM. H. fAKTf.ii, Airent. N.. 4l Siain street.
A. r. I'ATi 11. Asuistaiit As;eiit.
1 II. K. I'.lMiTiY, Aip'iit l!i Vine etnel.
.1. .1. Ii0( IW VM. A sen t. VWlwi . 17lU Wn i-.l. aMft
r THEEE-FGUETHS .
paorrrs or the business
!'' ' rlVirjKD ANNUALLY
W' . ; , .
POLICY-HOLDERS.
18 WAtL STRKET, SEW YORK.
CASH CAPITA ft - J(,000 C)0
ASSETS July I, IS3'J 9ftS,BSl 1
LIATJIMTlKs 18,5 U 31
rTHHE ATTEXTIOX OP THE COMMU
Ji NITY is respectfully fllwl lo the following
features in connection with th! l.'miipanv:
FiasT-lly liiMiiiiis In this fniiipiihy. the nlvant
amiKofaSliiiiial Inturaiino Company are oWntned,
With ilieadiliiiuniila!i'aiitiEe afforded in thesoerfrlty
Kiven hy an iimpl- iiml ndinl'le ' Cipltul aloii
tjirenot prceiuteil hy nlirmrv J Mutual Kirn Insurance)
Ciinipaniea. The iliviiieMlatociistoiut.rs, already ile
clared, are as fnllnws:
First Divifon tu i'i lici-Unl'levs, i-.-", Kl'i Per rent.
Sn.'onil tin. ih. do. l-w, .'.'i "
Third do. ile. do. IS.TJ, 0 "
SncDSU-The security Kiven, which ii already I.'if"",
will constantly iiierea-e Willi each year of snccesnfiil
operatiims. Thin is nsliililted .'l, ailv in llie lollnwiuK
statement, showbill ihep isilion of the (kiniiany
in each year since tlie new system wins uilnpled.
July, l.Wi, i'et Asiet. of tho Com puny, .'.7"..1il
iw, " " ' ' V-',7ll M
i ism, " " ' 7.'il,'.iJi i2
" Ikv.i, firosfl Assetn, " iMBjisl SI
" 1 " bi.iliiiitiis li.,Mi:i7
Tniui'-Tlie insured Incur no l'abilitr whatever,
while iilitiiinini; these mlvnntA-s of snp-rinr nciirity
and clie,iiie.s. liKil. T. 1101'!., i'reindout.
11. 11. l,.mi'0iiT, Kecrotury.
Cvtit s J'kcis, Awklaut Secrrisry.
SAM'I E. HACK it Co., Arjents,
'M IVVst Tliii'il-Mtrt'Ct, ChitiiiinnCi.
HALL'S PATENT. .
'ST
i Hi; 'a'l
7- AiflV'j'j5i.-'
' ' '
TH P, m ST R KM A B htZ VI a E A S I
UChliliAlt PKDOFHAFKS. They have given
more satisaetiou tlmn any nthi-r now in uso.
WeoirorarewBTd ef CKK TlltltiMli iM,
IiAIt" to any perMin that ran, up t.. the pi'i'sent
time, slinwa sin
to llieiaiici' wueiem tuey uvc i.uu-u
to ni i.i-f,. I hi'l . Oiillfolltl.
With this SAP R we challenge nil c.iupetilion, as
being the Iimc Flrn t'louf, Uiirglar I'mef, or hue
Ulnl Iltli'jriHr 1-liiiM now llia:ii'; ail'i 'ni' wiinnw '
Test witn unv esnuiiir.il im-x. in i tu1 (.iitiun, .i.mi ,
pup v failing ilrel, lo fi-ricit to the oilier, tin, mini
ot'?3,i!(i:i. , ,
V'onre prepared to furnish a better Safo, and at lesa
cost, thttu any othi r niuntifaitturer lu the United
Bt'Ues, ...
Second-band H:ifes r.f other makers, also on lianil.
Wurespeotfiillyinviletlie reiblic to call anil examine
our stock before nur-luiai iic elsewhere.
HAIL. (HKV.OLb .t CO.,
angl5-svl Vo. I.", anil 17 East t'nl'iinhlnntreor,
DIARRHEA km BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Eilious Cholic, and .
ALL PAiSS LY THE STOMACH & BOWELS.
Made by CiEO S. MGI3T,
WHOLESALE DRUGOI8T, CINCIKNATI,
POtt SAM! BY JOHN I). PA UK, HPIUP. ECK
STINK CO., and Uruirgist generally. Outer
at William A flAiriKLli, -o. 41 Wulnul street
will he intended to. auia-tnurl
I. X. I,.
MTCTJS,3?ja-3R.'I5..
A FTEK MANY YEARS OP PRACTlCAli
J.TA. evpnrii iieo In the art of Musliiiil-mHkiug,
prt.prielnn, oirer the above brand ef Mn-uiiril tothe
public, Kitamnteoinc It a strictly pitrenrtlele, munu-fai-Mir,.il
troni tlio best umillty mh-iI, curcliilly
lecled with the ileshrti i'1'nroilU' liiita Mnstard IJI'F
111(11'. IN KLAVuli AND I'I'NCICNCY TO ANY
NOW IK VJSU. Wo have no Hesitation In saying
thatall loveraof good sliuttaril wilLlind the I. X,
to be that which they so frenunutly fail toobtaln,
MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTAUD.
sHTOrdors promptly filled.
HARRISON & WILSON,
e24 f)!l nntl 101 Wnliiut-Htrrct.
GREENFIELD STOUE.,
THE ABOVE STONE IS SUIT ABLE POR
Btep-!!tnnes,btioet-croBBinga and Oiilldtng pur
poses generally, uud Is cheaper lliau the Dayton
elnne.
Call and examine for yourselves, r.t :o. .113 West
ern How. between Ninth and Kiebm..ud.
aim-ain 4 It. SMITH, Agent.
COMPOSITION 'BOOHING.
fRPE undnrsipned U preparod to juit on
it- Composition Hoof of the boBt liunlity nt short
notice. , v
(illicnlnJ A II. Brucc's Carriage Ib-positorj', cor
ner Tbtrd and Vino. . 1 i
UtT Koollng nisterlsl constantly on hand, and
sale. UyW-Hm) J. W. NOHbB.
Pure, Still & Sparkling Wines,
"'jameesiielby.'
Has removed his WINE CELLAR to So'. 10 HAM
MONDSTBEkl'C abova Tbiid street. jylt
8e WAC
L.'i. M"3 r
mm
mm i
pi 4
i y Y'"''1 ?'?Fr.fa I
I .--i v. i ( . -.. .. e i 1
RAILROADS.
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
RAILROAD
j
FOUR 'DAILY TIIAISS LEAVE THE
Hxlh-street Depot. ' ' ,,....
'J'rnlus run thn.iiaii to Iiidlanpoli" Iiims, can
dusky anil ClerciiiDd vrltlinntehaiiBi'-pl cars.
Tliroiiah 'I ickots for all Kastern, Westoni, ortn
em and Norlli-western cilles.
A. Sl- ErKKSH TltAINfOolnmbustime,
winch IsM-veu minutes fast, r ilmn Oincinriati-or
Clovrlnnd and 1'itteburfi, via I'l'lsware, makes clow
ruimi'iMiuti at Utesi no for l'ittsburtt. Haltliiiore.
P i , la and York; and at Clerelsn.! for
li ikii l; llultalo. Eotton and New mk. Also, con
I e ! i y oi with bavteu iiml .UlcMm llMlfcr
iv iii...,.;. Nin,t. l.inin. irt Wayne uiidtblcagi..
r, :'bliiii "Ohlcnaoa'i T.seti 1'. J.. tjulncvauil(bileii.
i i)-ler. Kukoino iintl J'eru. Also, rauiiesW WHO
i JtlL'ttfei lleliimid e.t Hemilt'iti for Oxl .ril.
sT;li fMl, TIC AI N tor Dayiuu, SpiTni.
ti. Id and Mnifl.ik) - O'mnee's at Niudusky wltai
IxKKWKtot lirrfU'MTiHt tUIIANAIorCuLUl
i U( 3; Ht Foie.it with I'itJsiniiJ!. Kort Vuvneaiidfdii
iKo Road. Bast and ttenti ai Clyde wiin T;
h il,. Ili'iid lor Cleveland uud D'.iilulo. Toledu, lotroii
inei Cliirimo. This truln iilno i-oniiccis at DBLA-
Vi Altlvwiih the C.C.iiC.Uoad f..r tlovelnud and'
. l'.'M. TK-AIN-Vor Dayton. Hprmftiiel
ikntl MHdiisky-Connects nt Forest with fiitbb-ir.
rert Wayne nnd Chicago lt"d. Jiaat anil flnt,
(,'1'de vvith C. and Toledo Koad torClfyelaudanBC -fahi,
T.dedo, Detroit utid Chicairo. Also, connctV
Klelmictid for Indliinapolis, Terre Hau o, Ht. Loam
nnd Chieaffo. Alee, connects with Junction llailroad'
atlinniillun firi.iiferrl. UI.
F. 11. TitA JJX-ior Par on, Troy, IMotm, hid
pn.liliiia.l'oriWrtjDO and Chkaso, reaching tni
CHIi'Ortt il A. Jl. t . - . ..
Itiz-The li mills A. M. trains connect at Clevelaml
witlisteiimelsfor linir.ili'. , ..,i.
Fur further nihumatlon and Tickets, apply at tliw
Ticket olliies-nmrb-eaat ror.'fr Front anil Broad
way; Jio. 1"H tviilimt.streot, near Oibsoii house; at
ln now Ticket (mice, ou the west side cf ine-strsal.
iiofvu-n I'l.stortireand llurnet House; at the Walnu
7 A. M. Also, ut Unytf.n Willi bieenvi le ano ami
iload.f.ir Greeiiville, fiilon, Winchoster and Mtui
cio Alio, cenniTts at Jtichrnoiid 'th ndiaiia ia
trul lli.nd for Indianapolis, balerette, t'hicsgOjTerre.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
TWtEE TllROUail EXPBESS TKAINS.
Flral 'Jln No. 1 Kxpnsis, at 6 A. H., connects vi
Coluiiihus hHJlcvclud, vis ohiuibiis.crostlineand
Si.. .1 ....i, iiniMml.MB. Stun henvi h, anil V tts-
I burah, Bel roitvlaWevemnd aud steamer. This Train
iT")Bn IMiLWlruii l;iu.ii-m " , A
Inn, . fhMrlield. MonoW, Ana. ueuarvnie, oeoin
Churlestiifl, Viudou anil West Jefferson. .
Hicon iTiaiii- so. i Mprfm. ".,,'vr"i
ln ililnmliim. Uattrfa mid lletiwood; Vt heelinn; via
Colunihus.rltoulK.nvilloead Flltsbnrg: via Ool unibsst.
Crestline auu x-iHsoiir: . v."''""""
lenii; Detroit, viaUlevebmd un.lstoniiier VhiteBul.
phur station via ttprinatiehl. 'HvU-'frain ' b
tv.ei n Cincinnati anil Columbus, at Pijjuvllle, MH
ford, iliainiville, Lovelnnd. locrfteld, Morrow, Cos
win, B,rliir Valley, Xenlaand bonilon. .
Third Train Accommodation, a.t 4:il) r. K4 Kisr
Ciilumbiisand SprliiKlield.
Knurth Tralu-NiKhtKxpress.at 11:30 P.M., son.
nocts v la Cnlumbna, Del In It aud Bemvood; V heolrap,
via Colnmlma. Btenbenvill and I'ittsburg; vis
liimbBa.CfosWfne and l'ltisburg: via Columbus aotl
Clevrlanrf. Tits train stops at IfgJS.'K1' r.?!?r?I'
Convin. Xeulnand l,mdon. BLEKWNO CAttb OM
THIS TltAIN
No. 1 Express, through to Cleveland withontcbangs
"NoB.ijTess, through til VVhoelingwIthont chaugs
TlTNlOHT KXPHRrtH rV,tViiHAv5,B'rl2
nt 1 1 :3II 1'. M., runa ihifly, except h A I UKDA YB. Xhe
ether Trains run dully, except SUNDAYS.
For all information, and through Tickets to Bos
ton, New York, l'liiladelehin, llaltimore, Washing,
ton Uuffslo. tiiaaara Falls. Hunkirk, Clevelana,
i'ittsburg. Wheeling, and ell the Kastern placos,
sppHat the OIHces, Walnut Street House, No. 1 Bur
not Iientes, south-eaat corner of JJroadway and Frosl
streeta, and an the Kastern lox'.:. .... ,
Trains fnu by Colrmibnslinio, which is seven mm
utes faster titnt, CinciBtiall ''Mj'j)TjTtA.ND BiP'l.
Omnibuses call fofpasseBHors by leaving diroction
at tlio Ticket Olhces. "iiL
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 One Change cf Cart between tmcinaoh
and Chicag".
(
Three Pa8sengerTrninsloaTef;inoinnatldally, fros
thermit of H-illandFrontBtreelii.
te.V) A. M. Chicago Mail arrives) at Indlanmolls at
lu:30A. M.; Chicn?o at 7:25 l'.fi.'. This trSln con
nects with all uiunt trains out of Chicago, for tb
West, and North-west. .
I2;0(i -M. Terre Haute and LayrnyoJte AccoDitnodsr
tlon arrives at Indianapolis, ut .as) P.M.. uiakiim
ilirectcoiinectionsat Indiannpulis witii Terre Haulu
Trains and Indianapolis und lintayet , trains for
Ucatur,Springlield, Naples, tjiiluey, ttsnnibal und
Sit. Joseph; nlsowith Tern trains for Peru, Ft.Wayue
"Xcit 'p.M? ChleaAO Express arrives at In-dlanapolia
at 10:30 P. HI.; Chicago at 7:W A.M. Malc'n? oleee
connections at Chicago with ail morning ttainsout
of Chicago. This train connects at Indianapolis)
with Terre Haute trains for all rointi Wet t and
Bleeping cars are attached tc all the night tr.vlng
ou this line, and run thioiujh to Chicago wltlwni
chin; e of cars. , .
This iB exclusively a M ostem and North-westerx,"
vnutB, aud with faveruble ntd lollnhlearrnugeuienla
with all c.rnnectii"l roads Ihiougk.nit the ontlr
Wont, gnaruiitees unusual care nud the arnpleat so
couiiooiiatiiinatotbn pitiounol this line.
HUT lie aura you are in t lie rigUt tlckot oflloe lfor
yon purchase your tickets, and ask for tickets Tb
LovroDeburKand Indinnapeli'.
Fare the same as by any other route. Basgag
clfked throuKh. .. . . .
THKOUlrll TIUAJtTS, goon until useti. can ueiiD-
I tul iic-d at the ticket i.rf.ccH, at Upeneer Home Corner,
north-east corner 11 road way ami Front; Mo. 1 Bur
net House Corner; at the Walor.t-street House, and
lit Depot odli font nf ill ill, o a Front strut, where)
si I in essary information may bci had.
OrnnlbueKes run to and from inch train, and w
call Im eaiiseugurs at all hotels aud all parti of lbs
city, bj leaving """""'"'"'j""!
mylfl General Ticket Ageul.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
left
the
a,
n-ronit Throwph Routo for
INDIANA POMS,
TEIiliK HAUTE, .
ST. LOUIS.
JjAFAYEfTB,
UUK'AUO,
liOCANSPOUT,
, PKUU.
FORT WAYKB.
TWOrArbYTHKOUfJHTRatN-i leave HlxtU street
lleent, at fi A. M. anil 4:S0 P. H.
A. M. 1 SM AN AI'OMS, SI . I.OUIS ft OHIOA.
00 FAST f.XPKKSS.-Througlidirect.niaklngclosa
Ronnoittinroi for all other IV'ettern aud Nerth-w estern
points. This Train also connecisat Klehniond with
I illnciunatiand Chicago Beads, for Anderson, Koko.
nio, l.egauaporj, and all poiuts on Warjasls Vsller
! "('.'""l'.' M.-INUIANAPOIilSi CHICAGO ST,
rOLISIdllT i;X 1KK!?S.-Theabovo Trains inaka
close connection- nt Indianapolis, ljnfnrntteund Chi.
! rasrn, itli Trains for Terre Uuiite, Kpringheld, Hock
Island, (ialeewirg, Kenosha, LatYosso, JacKsimviue,
ranville, Ilurllngton, Milwaukee, Jlnttnon, Naples,
Galena, Quincy, Prairie du Chieo, Pana, Peiria,
Vhiuleltn, liiicin,-, Decalnr, Bloon.liigton,.lollet, I. a
Halle, St. Paul, uud all towns and cities iD the North
wost. , '
Throngb Tickets given anl Daggage checked
through. i ' .
For furt her information and Through Tickets, sip.
ply to Ticket Olhces, niH'th-easte.irnerot Front and
Uroadway; Ko. li.u We.) uut strict, near Fourth; at
south-east corner of Fourth and Viue street, or at
thofiixth-atreet Denot.
. H. Jl. A10BBOW, Snperio tendon t.
Omnibuses will cnll for passengers by leaving their
names at either of the Ticket Offices.
m . W. H. BM1TH. Agent.
I
I
i,.
a
for
:;'
CANDY! CANDY
XI. 330". OXjZFLXS,
(Successor to Mykbs k Co,)
Maimfacturers anil Wholecale Dealer)
:''' rJ?7 1 v . j
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
fO MAIN '8TRF,ETrJ CsKUN NATI
.11 ! v ;in;i ,v , WflT
JOHN BOITEH.oU
; ; (SUCCSSSOB TO rSTCK IHrTH,) !
..'At 36 West Fifth st.,
Uni conatniilly on hnnd si I.nrge Variety of
) FANCY CIOODS, TOYS, CHINA,
V FANCY. BASKETS, '
Fishing lackle, Military 6obd, etc.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
AT VERY IOW PRICES,
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