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THE PRESS.
THURSDAY
.8EFTEIIBEB, 1
OmCI, 14 WIBT VOVHH-STRIIT.
THE YOUNG WIDOW.
BY ROBERT JOSSELYN.
She la modest, but not basbrul ;
Free Had easy, but nut bold ;
Like an apple, ripe and mellow,
Nor. too young, und uot too old.
Half inviting, linlfropulslra;
Now Invlltiiff, and now atiy
There is in iMOlnef io berilluipls,
Thero ia danger in bur eye.
She has at ml If d human nature;
film in schooled iu ail Iter acta;
the lits taken her diploma
As tbe mistress of all hearta.
She can toll the very moment
Wheu to "lsh ami when to 111111' I
! amsiil isni:niHtiraes charming,
But a widow all thowliilc!
Aro you aail ? how very serloiu
Will her hanasome fare I'Moms:
Ai d vim angry ? sho is wretched,
liOiioly, friendless, leartul, dumb :
Aro you mirthful ? Imw her laughter,
3umi-Miiiuliii,will ring out!
Sho can lure, aud catch, and (liny you,
Ai Ibe auglor dot' tho trout.
V nlil bachelors of forty.
Who have grnwn bald and wise
Yooriz Americans of twenty,
With the love-locks in your ova
You may practice all thti lessons
Titui'ht tiy Cupid since tho full,
But 1 know a little widow
Who could win and l'"ol yon nil.
Torture in Sicily.
The correspondent of theLondon TimcB
writes the following from Naples, under
a recent date:
I have nothing ery new from Sicily.
Tho state of fiieso continues in Palermo,
und tit Messina, two gross eases of torture,
ly order of an Inspector of Police, had
occurred. Soon after the recent demon
strations, a man of energy was sought to
iill that oflice, and Giuseppe Toscano was
chosen. Without going into all the
details, a young lad, called Casella, was
examined by the Inspector in a criminal
case. As ho appeared to withhold his
evidence, tho Inspector beat him fero
ciously, and then had him tortured in the
following manner: First, manacles wero
put on him, and then a thin cord was
bound tightly round the wrists. His cries
were tremendous "Kill mo! Kill me! But
don't torture me!" The Inspector ordered
the instrument of silence to be put on, and
a piece of wood was put in his mouth, and
tied to the back of his head. During tho
torturo, a young advocate entered tho
ullieo, and claimed tho protection of the
law for Casella, but was thrust out with
insults. 1 have seen a copy of tho state
ment of the case, which had been pre
sented to tho Swiss Instructor, with a
demutid for justice. I hnvo seen also a
copy of the certificates of the medical men
who were appointed to examine the boy.
It speaks ot blows on tho temple and the
arms, and great injury to the wrists,
threatening the loss ot the uso of the
hands, as sensation and motion had been
stopped.
The other case was that of a cloth mer
chant, who refused to give himself up to
the police unless the cause of his arrest
was mado known to him. In fact, he
undressed, got into bod, and refused to
move. How or with what instruments
the police wounded him ia unknown, but
certain it is that ho leaped out of tho win
dow, naked as ho was and bleeding, and
ran through the streets calling for iustice.
1 am informed that tho Vice Consuls of
England, France and Austria hnvo ro
ported the circumstances to their chiefs.
J'osuano is nt large, and pursuing his
interesting avocations. I nave one obser
vation to make, if such barbarities are
practised toward peoplo aceusod of ordin
ary offenses, what may we imagine must
have been the sufferings of the political
offenders?"
The Difference Between Red and White
Winter Wheat.
The Detroit Tribune of yesterday Buys:
A notable fact relating to tho crops this
year, is the greatly increase! difference
in the relative value of white and red. It
seems that the very excellent quality of
this year's growth of Chicago spring, Mil
waukee club and Canada club wheats,
brings them strongly in competition with
red winter. They are virtually almost in
the same rank, which causes a very large
preponderance of red over white, which
is already beginning to toll on tho princi-
Sle markets of the country in the increased
ifferenco in value. Experienced dealers
are decidedly of the opinion that a differ
ence of twenty to twenty-five cents would
even now be justified. Indeed, the sales
of samples, respectively, that have gone
forward from Detroit already indicate that
difference in the New York market,
Spring wheats have not yt been marketed
to any extent; when they come to be deliv
ered freely, the difference will be still
more unmistakably apparent. A Boston
house writes to one of our millers not to
ship red wheat flour to that market with
the expectation of realizing within one
dollar por barrel of the prico brought by
white.
As red wheat flour has been in good
demand thus far in our market, owing to
the prevailing scarcity, tho difference in
wheat is not so apparent It amounts,
however, to twelve and a-half to fifteen
cents, instead of seven to ten cents as in
times past,
Elderberry Wink. As this is the
season for collecting elderberries, we have
had a number of inquiries regarding the
mode of making wine from them. We
give below a reeeipe, which will be found
quito reliablo if carefully followed:
Take five gallons of elderberries and
boil them for half an hour in the same
quantity of water, adding half an ounce
of cloves, two of ginger and two of cinna
mon. The whole are strained through a
clean cotton cloth, or a hair seive, and
considerable pressure is used to obtain all
the juice. This is now put into a cask,
fifteen pounds of brown sugar stirred in,
and the whole fermented. It takes from
two to three months before fermentation
is completed and the wine ready to be
bottled.
How it Felt. A lady friend of ours
suys the first timo she was kissed she felt
like a big tub of roses swimming in honey,
cologne, nutmegs and cranberries. She
also felt something running through her
nerves on feet of diamonds, escorted by
several little Cupids, in chariots drawn by
angels, shaded by honey-sucklos, and the
whole spread with melted rainbows.
J"An Hibernian porter, a now comer,
being employed to convey somo liiirtrasro
to tho Everett House, his employer ex
pressed apprehensions that Pat could not
find the hoteL "Never fear," replied ho,
with a knowing wink, "though I've never
neen there, i u find it out where-ever-it
The Horse Stake; or, Who Had the Deal
in a Game of Seven-Up.
Some years sinoe, when the State of i
Missouri was considered "Far West, 1
there lived on tho bank of the river of tb e
i m n. n i til A aHl
DtbUAU m"v " " 1 .. ,
farmer, who had a tolorable pretty pile ot
casting, owing, as lie sau, prmuipiuiy to
tho fact that he didn't raise much taf era
and injuns, but a right smart o' 0' jrn.
The farmer, hearing that good land was
much cheaper further south, conoludi id to
move there. Accordingly, he pro' .ided
his eldest son with a good horse, 1 md a
tumciontiy of the needful to defray bis
IraWing oxpenses, and instructed 'aim to
purchaso two hundred acres of goc d land
at the low est possible prico, and return
homo iuniiodiately. Tho nest day Jecms
started for Arkansas, and after an i ibsence
of some six weeks, Jcmns return sd homo.
"Well, Jcems," said the old ma n, "how'd
you find hind in Arkansas?"
"Tolerablo cheap, dad."
"You didn't buy inoro'n tu lundred
acres did yu?"
"N u, dad; not over tu, 1 reckon.
"How much money havoyou j;ot left?"
"Nary rod, dad; cleaned rite ot it."
"Why, I had no idea travclin' was so
'sponsive in them parts."
"Wal, just you try it wonst, and you'll
find out i reckon."
"Wal, never mind that, let's he it 'bout
tho land, and but whar's your htiss?"
"Why, you see, dad, 1 was goto along
one day "
"But whar'syouro boss?"
"You hold on dad, an' I'll tell you all
'bout it You see, I was goin' along ono
day, and I mot a feller as Baid ho was
goin' my way "
"But whar's youre boss?"
"Dod darn my hide, cf yu don't shut up
dad, I'll never get tu tho boss. Wal, as
we was both goin' the earao way, mo and
tho fellor jincd company, an' about noon
we hitched our critters, and Bot down.
asido o' a branch an' wont to eatin' a
snack. Arterwc'd got thru, this feller
sez to me: 'Try a drop of this aro redeye,
stranger!' Wal, don't mind, sez I"
"But whar's yot're hoss?"
"Kunimin' to hiti biine-by, dad. So me
an' this fellor sot thar, sorter talkin' and
drinkin', an' then Jio sez, 'Stranger, lot's
play a lcetle gamo uv seven-up" a takin
out of his pocket a greasy, roun'-cornered
dock of kerda. 'Don't kcer cf I do,' says
I. So we sat up side uv a stump, and
commenced to bet a quarter up, and I was
slayin' hirn orful "
"But whar's your boss?"
''Kunimin' to him, dad. Bimo-by luck
changed, an' he got to winnin', an putty
suno 1 had'nfenary nuthcr dollur. Then
sez he, "Stranger, I'll gin you ono jjioro
chance to get even, an' played rite tito
that came, an' wo was both six an' six,
i ii
an
"But whar's youro boss?"
"Kurainin.1 to him, (Lid. wo was six an'
six, dad, an' 'twas his deal "
"Will you toll mo whar's youro boss?"
said tho old man getting riled.
"Yes, wo was six, an' ho turned up the
Jack."
'Whar's youro boss?"
'Tho stranger won him a turnin' tip
that Jack!"
An Editor in Pursuit of his Pocket-
An Editor in Pursuit of his Pocket-Book.
The editor of tho Nashua Telegraph
gives a readable chapter of his experience
in Boston on a recent occasion:
Tho other night, when wo stayed in
Boston, wo j";ot up in tho morning (a very
singular coincidence, some people may
think) and camo down into the office of
one of the big hotels, when wo suddenly
discovered thtit our pockefrbook was
missing from its accustomed pocket. Thero
was rather lively "getting up stairs," on
the part of this deponent Everybody
knows, in a strife of excitement, how very
active tho irriml and imagination are. As
we mounted fiio stairs we queried with
otirself, "aro we a robbed individual?"
line some scamp of a "nipper thief been
practising his sirt at our cost? and various
other queries equally unanswered and
unanswerable, at that instant ran through
our mind. And thca wo imagined, if it
was so, what our city cotemporaries would
soy of it. One, to add ineunneES to the
robbery, would head his paragraph, "A
Country Editor Bobbed." Another, to
add heinous ness to the crime, would star
tle tho world with, "A Country Mayor
Robbed." Another, to excite indignation
and curiosity, too, would commence "An
Atrocious Outrage." And so we went on,
and before we had run through tho pro
babilities in that regard, we had reached
the room wo had occupied, and thero was
the pocket-book nil safe and sonnd, Hut
there wasn't much money in it.
teiWe once heard an Englishman
givo his ostler orders as follows: "Knry,
take tho arness Iioff tho orse, slip the altor
hover is oad, hand givo im some ay hand
boats."
GLASGOW AND NEW YORK
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
SHAM TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL, ItHLFAoT,
iWUUin AN LONDONDKHBg
K0118U0.
FBOH NtVf YOBK.
(Jlnago w,' rhomson.Wednesday, Ang.H, at 12 noou
Edinburgh, Oumiuing., Wednesday,.! iiuel, "
(Ihmjcow, Flioinson " July 6, "
KdliibiirehCumming.. " July 27, "
toon OLASOOW.
Edinburgh Onmmlng...r:aturday, liny 7.
(ilnaicnw, Tliiimson...WediieBilay, July 27,
Edinburgh, -Curnmlug... " July 2.
Batea of Pass ago from Now York, Philadelphia or
Boston, to Olangow, Liverpool, Belfast, Dull I in or
Londonderry, ft rat clam, Ijjr 5. Steerase, found v ith
ao abundance ol properly-cooked provisions, li'JO.
An experienced Surftooa attached to each steamer.
No c bar e for modiciuea.
For Freight or i'ainsi, apply to
p27 BOBiCltT OKA 10, 17 Broadway.
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
Important Improvement!
WELLS' PATENT
JOLDING SPRING MATRESS
WEIGHS ONLY 63 LBSt MAHtFACTCBED,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, BY
BENNETT & CO.,
Jy'tam H?camoro atreot. hulow Fifth.
G-as Fixtures,
AT IlEIH CHI PRICES.
yB HAVE ON HAND THE I.AROEST
" Trity nud beat unlectwl amnrf nmnt of Oaa
t ixtur in Cincinnati, ciinalatinn of all that ii now
or ileniriible In tlio tint Fixture linn.
We warrant awry Fixture wo anil to lie Dimiil, both
In mntyrial and duliih, to any thntlaaold In this o
any other market, and In addition will guaranti j
them to retain their color and remain perfect fii'St
yenra from the time they are put up by ua,
Uall, lee, and examine our stock,
JyJl-cm 12 Main ttroet, near fourth.
SEWING MACHINES.
Sloat&Co.
s i:nii ,ui en im,
Cincinnati, Office S3 West Fourth street.
f THOSE INTENDING TO PURCHASE,
wo dealre a personal Inveatlgatlon of the oom
paratiyomtrita of these Sowing Machines with all
others in tbe market. .
null FRANK BEN BY, Agont.
G. C. KiVIFFIJr &C0.
DKALE1IS IN
Ladtl, Webster Co.'s,
(Late Hunt, Wubaler A Co.'.,)
SEWING MACHINES,
No. B Went Fourth street, C'incinnntl.
These Mucbluea havu been ateadlly advancing In
popular furor for the put year, and are now esteemed
by all who bare given them a trial ai the "No Plus
Ultra" orSowiiiB Machines. Tho eTennosa and reg
ularity, and tightness of stitch made by tbeui, baa,
more thanauy thing else, tended to tlilsresult. Added
to this U 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
crookod necdlos, as in others. They commend them
selves to the d read-maker by the regularity of tbe
feeding arrangement, which never packers or tears
the work, by the uniformity of stltcb alike on both
sides of the fabric, by tbeir noiseleasness and rapidi
ty; to the tailor by their great strength and durabili
ty, tifthtueas of stitch and capacity for using linen
thread; to families, by the combination of all theso
qualities. Send tor a circular and sample of work,
iyi-t
G-llOVER & BAKER
SEWING MACHINE CO.
(3 WEST FOURTH STREET,
Cincinnati.
AS AN EVIDENCE OF THE SUPERIOR
ITY of the Sliichinesmnnuracttired by theOro
rer and Baker Sowing Machine Co., they have over
Su.iKMi in daily nu in nuiuufactoriiw, work -simps and
families. Fubllo patrouauo ia the liet evidence of
nn.it. Thp.ft MiintiineR. alike victorious over nreiu-
dico anil competition, now jiwtly enjoy more univer
sal tavor man nas ever Deeo uestuweu upuu auy
Sewing Machine.
Mi.nnfnrtiirliti? Machines makina' the shnttte
stitch, and Family Machines making the celebrated
GrovurA Biiktrstltch.oftf different patterns, vary
ing i:i price Irom 5H to 3120; neBcripuve circulars 01
Miipliiiieii ami illiiHtrntions of the etitch.can bo had
on application, by kilter or otherwise. je-2u
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES.
Prica Reduced to 950, 75, $110 and $125.
Singer's New Family Sewing Ulnclilne,
The price of which is only isn, is a light and elegant
ly decorated Machine, capable of performing, in the
boat style, all the eowiug of a private family.
Mnccr'i Trnrwverae Shuttle Machine.
To be sold at S7S, is a Machine entirely new in Its ar
rangement; it ia very beautiful, movos rapidly and
very easily, and, for family uso and light mannfiic
turuiK purpotiea, is tho very best and cheapest Ma
chine over offered to tho public.
Singer's No. 1 Htnmlnrd Shuttle machine,
Formorly sold ut 813. but now reducod to tlio, Is
known all over the world. Every sort of work can
bo done with it.
Kinsor'H No. 'I Standard Shuttle Machine,
This Is the favor! to manufiicturluB Machine overy.
wherv. Frice, with table complete, (126.
KsFSond for a Circular.
JAMES S KAR DON,
Agont for J. M. Singer ft Oo.
No. S Ent Fourth street,
jeK-l CINCINNATI, OHIO.
LESTER'S SEWING MACHINES.
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
the Hewing public that I urn tbe sole authorised
Aguiit tor tho aule of tlio
TESTER'S IMPROVED SHUTTLE
S1W1N6 .MACHINES;
And bi'liifr wellnciiiinlcd with its merits, aud famil
iar w ith its operation, I (pel confident that those in
want nf Hiu h iiniirlk lc, will give it preference over
all (iilu'O) now before the public
I deem It miiii'i:i-Hary to eniimerate all It. advnn
tnRrs, us those who may wish topsrehaso will probu
hly prefer lo BHtisfy themnelvns by personal inspec
tion, which they may do by calling at
No. Hi Went Fourth street.
(PdTernous purchoxlng Luster's (lowing Machine
will rncoive practical instructions upon them froeof
charge. AI 1 machines warranted,
WILLIAM LAPHAJI, Anient.
No. J2 West Fonrth street, directly
jj'2-i-tf-t " Opposite Post Office.
EVENS'
MANUFACTURING
SEWING MACHINE.
Ibeliovol make the best Lock-stitch Sewing Ma
chines, in the world. If tbe purchaser doe not think
so after six mouths trial, I will refund yon the
$60 -A.zsr Sio,
Price of Machines.
OKKIOK AND BALK BOOIMH-Dlrnclly on the
Northwest cornor .Miin and Fourth streets, over
Owen's Jewelry establishment.
firAll kinds of ipwlnc;-Mneliine repaired, and
liejit machinery nianiil'rtc.tiired, at the Factur', irti
Wnlnut-itirwt, rornor Walnut und Fifth.
MfAgenta wanted ill other litlm to Bill my Sew.
Ing-Mmiiine. Address, 1'. EVAN'S, Jr., Cincin
nati, O. ani.'i
iUAKKI& CITY:
wo Threaded Double Lock Tight Stitch
$20
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
ALSO THE VERNON
StimoStiti h, two sizes, price 9:13,00 anil $40,00.
1'iie very latest invent Ion und tlie most noiseless una
perfect running machine extant. The nbovenatned
machines make the same stitch, equally its well as
biilher priced ones. On these machines wo apply tbe
only Hemmer that will turn any width of hew it is
the only one In tlio market that is adjustable to fold
anr width of hem, with any thickness of cloth.
l'or'ona residing In the country wishing samples,
or liifurmatioi), by inclosing 3c. itanip, will receive
prompt attennon-
Local areata wanted In all the cities and towns In
Ohio. Address S. A. JENKS, Agent,
r. 0. Box is in;
Orcall at Dean Swift's Watch and Jewelry Store,
157 Main stroet, 2d door above Fourth, Cincinnati,
Ohio. jylo-amt
HOWE'S SEWING MACHINES,
B. HOWE, Jr., Patentee of the original Sewing
Machine.)
FOtt FAMI LY USE AND MANUFACTURE
INU PURFOSES.
TbeFaml'y Machines are well adapted for tailors'
use, or fruiter fitting. Howe's Cylinder Machines,
lor all leather stitching, have always bold a reputa
tion far above any other. Tlio public are desired to
xamitie, and purchaso where best united,
A. T. JACKSON, Agent,
No. 19 Weat Fourth street, in M'Uracken's Fnr
Islilncr atore, OlncliiTiatl. 0 myit
BRANDY AND GIN COCKTAIL John
Dates would call tbe nt tent Ion of saloon and
hotel proprietors, to hia superior Brandy and Oin
Cocktail. They nre made from the best brandy and
gin, and are exquisitely flavored. They are superior
tounythlngof the kind that luia lieen mado. For
sale, wholesale and retail, National Theater Build.
Iiur, Hycamore-at rwit. aiilfj
DKS. B. EHRMAjN & W. C. LEECH.
IIOMCUOPATIIISTS.
OFFICE MO.
Ortire hours from
jyiw-cm
16 BKVBNTU STREET.
A.M.,lt3,iMid7to9,P.M.
J. J. BUTLER'S
Excelsior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory, 39 Vine St M
MISCELLANEOUS.
THE OLD DOMINION
OO JJ
AND
TEA POT.
ARTHUR'S
SELF - SEALING
FRUIT CANS
AND
sT.Aa.t.lS,
Tbe bast now In use and all prepared for Healing.
PRATT'S
PATENT
Self-Ventilating
MILK- PAN'
The greatest invention yet. Every bonse-kseper
should have one.
ARTHUR, BUKNHAM ft GILltOY,
Manufacturers of Patent Articles.
BFTraie Depot for the West,
21 East Pearl street, Cincinnati.
JOSEPH R. GREEN, Agent.
raT-'end for a trade Circular. aul
W B. DOODS,
rormorly ol HBll.Dodde ft Co.; late Crban.Dodds ft Oo.
W. II. Dodds & Co.,
MANUFACTUREns Of TBI
OONORETEJ
Fire and Burglar Prool
3 -A. X 71 & ,
8. W. Comer of Vine A Second Street
This Is tho most reliable FIRES AMD BUBQLA
PROOF 8AFE that Is made in the United Rtatos.and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be aold
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 Safes
Takes In exchange. 8EC0ND-HAND SAFES al
ways on band at extremely low prices.
HOOFING.
Saltonstall's Fire and Water Proof,
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC
COATING FOR ROOFS.
THE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
Coating for Metal Hoofn, or any Iron Work ex
posod in use. Warranted to withstand the severest
tests of Heat, Cold, Ruin, or Sulphuric Acid, and re
main perfectly Impervious to water. It will not
melt, crack, wash or settle off, For new, old, leaky
metal roofs, or for canvas roofs, it is M per cent,
cheaper than any othor coating. All orders accom
panied wll h the cash or satisfactory references, will
be promptly tilled, in any unsold territory tioiitnaud
West of New York and Pennsylvania. For further
information, apply to
K. ROYS k CO.,
Sole Proprietors and Manufacturer.
je7-t 132 West Second street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
L. H. VAN, H. T. BABBIKJta.
VAN & BARRIiVGER,
Manufacturer of
Van's Celebrated Patent Combined
COOKING STOVES,
For WOOD or COAL. The most convenient, eco
nomical end durable Cooking Store ever invented,
for Steamboats, Hotels, liestanrants and Private
lioness. Cooking aud boiling viator for wash and
bath rooms, in largo quantities, in any adjoining
apartment by tbe eame fire. .
Warcrooms, 179 Main St., Cincinnati.
W Rights to manufacture and sell these STOVES
may be secured on application to tbe proprietors, at
tbeir warerooms. 75
COAL OIL! COAL OIL!!
Burning and Lubricating Oil,
MANUFACTURED FROM
CJSLUZNJUTLm COAL
BY THE
GREAT WESTERN COAL & OIL CO.
For sale In quantities to snit purchasers, and war
ranted eqnal to any in tho market. Orders sent to
the oflice ol the Company, Kewark.Ohio; or at tbeir
Agency, No, 13 Weat Front Bt Cincinnati. jel
ROOFING! ROOFING !
rilHE OTJTCAIr ELASTIC me-
JL TALI.IC ROOFING" Is offered to the publio
as the best aud cheapest Metal Itoof now uaed, Im
merits tested by an oxperinco of years in this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
buildings. No solder used fu-tened securely with
out exposure tu the action of tbe elements,
Prepared sheets, boxed for nil Ipnient to any part of
the United States, can ho applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
CALDWELL ft CO,
lylfi-tf 13? West Second street.
Elerrell's Blackberry Anodyne.
THIS MEDICINEI3 OFFERED TO TIIE
public as one of the best, if not tbe very best med
icine that has ever been Invented fiir Diarhhra, Dvr
kntf.bt, Cholera Ini aktuh, and all other derange
ments of the Stnmach and Digestive Organs, which
are so prevalent and fatal In our country corrects
the deranged condition of the Liver: alia) s Nervous
Irritations, such as Is caused by Teething, gives
tone and healthy action to the bowels, aud withal, is
pleasant to take. iy23-bmt
At the Old Established Stand,
M EAST FIFTH, BET, MAIN AND SYCAMORE.
I1IAVE A LARGE AND DESIRABLE
stock of Bousebolu and Office Furniture, both
newand second hanil.conalatlng of tlno bedsteads,
sofas and parlor chairs, Brmucls anil ingrniu carpets,
oil-clot rt, cutlery, etc A line assortment of coun
ters, shelving, olnce desks and stools, etc. Also, a
stock of TJliTiard tables, pianos, extra marblo-top
conn ters and tables on hand and for aale low.
aiiB-am WM. CARTKR, Proprietor.
CUAMPAIGNB WINES.
sfN REENSEAL,"
W "IMPERIAI, ."
'CABINET."
"HEIDSIECK,',
And other favorite brands, aonstantly n hand.
K. B. ft w. B. COIiKltlAN,
je21 S and e Burnet House Building.
CLARETS I CLARETS ! J
WE HAVE RECEIVED
100 Cases St. Julien Claret.
Which we offer at a small advance.
E. F. ft W. B. COLEMAN,
Je21 and t Barn.t Bona Building.
TOILET SOAP.
Oflj) GROSS TOILET SOAP,
J-F" On consignment, very low.
Hotels, Boardlng-llouses and families wonld do
well to examine the stock.
E. B. ft W. B. COLEMAN,
J21 and It Unmet Hon.e linibling.
Money! Money! Money!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
ELRY nnd all klnd.i of Merchandise, at low
rates of interest, at No. J West Sixth street, be
tween Walnut ft Vine. 2H
MEDICATED STRENGTHENING
PLASTERS. These Plasters are excellent
remedies In cases of paiu and weakness in the side,
breast or back ; also, in rheumatic altectlom, coughs,
aatbma.sprains, bruises. and kidney or spinal affec
tions. The Arnica, Galbanum,' Pitch, Poor Man's
and Hemlock Plasters, are manufactured of various
sines, on kid or cloth, and Poor Man's on paper, byH.
A. 0K1FKIT1I, and supplied te dealers aud drngt: its
on as good terms as any manufacturers in the U. . i!)
LAiOl ES-IF YOU WISH A GOOD DOU-bln-Threaded
Family Sewing Machine; which
for nractiiuil use can not be snrpassed, call at Aio. 9
Carlisle Building, second story, corner Fourth and
Walnut, and see ''Novelty," Ilruen's Patent, tboonly
Machine that can he used with eltherasinale ordou
blethread. It is the beet Machine made, and never
breaks needles. Call and seelt. or send for Circular
red specimen of work. F. T. COI.KMAN,
Sola Agent for tbe Weat and soutb-west.
No. 140 Main-street, helow Fourth.
WILLIAM D. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
and Counsellor at Law, Chase's Building
Third street, I doers East of Main (171
MISCELLANEOUS.
S TATE , AUTHORITY.
Incorporated 1519. Charter Perpetual
V0Afrencv ealahllfihedlnr InrinnitH tn 1 ait.
tedating all present locul Insurance Coni'iuiies and
Agencies in the Insurance liiisliseis in this city. .'1:1
years constant duty hero, com bincd with wealth, ex
perience, en terprite and lilierality, especially com
mend the JETN A Insurance Company to tho favora
ble pat'onave of this community standing solitary
and alone tbe sole survivor siii living piuueer of
Cincinnati underwriters oIlH'Zi.
Cash Capital Jrfil.000,000.
ABSOLUTE AND UNIMPAIRED. WITH A
SURPLUS OK M.Oll,423 80.
And the prestige of 40 years success aud experience.
INVKBTMKNTg Of
Over $100,000 ia Ohio Securities.
m'vVAKIW OK l-j,O0O,0OO, I.OKf
Have been paid by the &tnn limirauco Company in
the piwldO yeara.
Vire nnd Tntnnd Navigation. Elske accepted
nt. terms consistent with solvency and lair profits.
Especial attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms of 1 to 5 years.
Application made to any duly authorized Agent
rrouiptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
niate Insurance buslnesa, this Company la enabled
to offer both indemnity for the pnst and Hccuiityfor
tho future, l'nlicie.issued withnutdelay by
JAS. H. OARTKK, Agent, No. 40 Main stroet.
A. F. PATCH, Assistant AiTelit.
Ii. K. LINDSEY, Agent 171 Vine street.
1. J. HOOKER, Agent, Fulton. 17th Ward,. aiif.
THREE-FOURTHS
or Tits
PROFITS OF THE BUSINESS
DIVIDED ANNUALLY
POLICY-HOLDERS.
-1-1 N
18 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
CASH CAPITAL S500,000 00
ASSETM, July 1, 1859 905.6S1 8-1
LIABILITIES 1,514 37
TIIE ATTENTION 'OF THE COMMU
NITY is respectfully rilled to the following
features in connection with this Company:
Fibht By insuring in this Company, the advant
ages of a Mutual Insurance Company are obtained,
with tho additional ad van tagniiti'orilod In the security
given by an ampin mid reliable Cnsh Capital a fea
ture not prcseii ted hynrili nary .Mutual Fire Insurance
Companies. The dividends tu cuntoiuci'S, already de
clared, are as follows:
First llivisun to Pi Hcy-HnMcrs, 1M7, Xl'i per cent.
Second do. do. do. I-.V, M "
Third do. do. do. Isv.i, SO "
HrcoNli-The security given, which is already large,
will coiiHtmitl v in r si' with each year of siircPHsful
nperatioiiH. This is exhibited clearly in the follow
iiigstalemont, showing the position of the Company
In each year since tho new system was adopted.
July, livVi, Net AHsetsof tho Company J.i7n,3oM i3
" is.'.r, " " r.i!i,7in 54
" ikv, " ' " 7.M,it(i sa
" lsv.1, Cross Ansets, " fsfiiSl 81
" " Liabilities Ifi,!l4 37
Tinnn-Tlie insured Incur no liability whatever,
while obtaining these advantages of superior security
awl chHannenM. (K(. T. HCPIC, President.
H. II. l.iMroiiT, Secretary.
CvBts Pbck, Assistant (Secretary.
SAM'L E. MACK & Co., Agents,
35 IVest Tliird-Ntreet, Cincinnati.
aii2ii-atnl
MILL'S PATENT.
IWl-tTBIIIJIEE-jii
mm
irVV, Ms,
milE MOST RELIABLE FIR BAND
JL BURGLAR PROOF BAFES. They havo given
mere satisfaction than any other now in uso.
We offer a reward of ONE THOUSAND DOL
LARS to any perann that can, up to the present
time, show a single instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their contents.
With this SAFE wo challenge all competition, as
being the best Firo Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
test with anv establish merit in tho On ion, and the
pun y failing first, to forfeit to tho other, the sum
of $2,(100.
Woarn prepared to ftirnish a butler Safe, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer in the United
Slates.
Hecond-hand Hafts of other makers, also on hand.
Worespectfiilly invite the public to call nnd exam
ine our stock before pnrchasirig elsewhere.
HALL, (JA.RR0LL CO.,
angl2-yt Nes. If ami 17 East Columbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX.
Cholera, Bilious Cholic, and
iLL PAIXS IV THE STOMACH BOWELS,
nado bf GEO. S. LIGHT
WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, CINCINNATI.
FOR PALE BY JOHN D. PARK, 8U1HE, ECK
8TINE ft CO., nud Druggists generally. Order left
at Williamson ft Hatfield, Ao, 41 Walnut street
will be attended to. anl3-tnovl
I. X. L.
MUSTARD.
AFTER MANY YEARS OF PRACTICAL
experience in tbe art of Mustard-making, the
proprietors offer the above brand of Mustard to the
pu til Ic, guaranteeing it a strictly pure article, manu
factured from the best quality ol aeeil,caruliilly se
lected with tho design of producing u Ilustiinl WUl'K.
KIOR IN FLAVOR AND PCNUENCY TO AMY
NUW IN USE. We have no hesitation In saying
thnt all lovers of good Mustard will find the I. X. L.
to be that which they so freiirwutly full to obtain,
MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTARD.'
sWOrders promptly filled.
HARRISON WILSON,
J e24 flfj nntl 101 Walnut-Ntrect.
GREENFIELD STONE.
i - ass I1 i
nrillE ABOVE STONE IS SUITABLE POR
M. ftep-Stones, rJtrect-crossiiigs and Building pur
poses efiiomlly, and is cheaper than the Dayton
stone.
Call and examine for yenrselves, ot No. 342 West
ern Row, between Ninth and Ricbmend.
aul-ara ., . B. bttlTII, Agent.
COMPOSITION ROOFING. T( :
f I1HE undorelgrcd is prepared to pat on a
-at- Composition Roof ot tlio beat iiuality at short
notice.
Office In J ft B. llruce's Carriage Repository, cor
ner Third anil Vine.
. Wliooltug material constantly ou band, and for
sale. , (jyW-3in) J. M. N01ILB.
Pure, Still & Sparkling Wines,
JAMESEsilELBY.
Has removed bis WIN! CELLAR to No. 18 HAM
MOND BTRSJi'l! above Third street. jy!4
BY
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I I 1 l
U W.I . lWHEL l IT - -
RAILROADS.
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
FOUR DAILY TRAINS LB AVE THB
Sixth-street Depot.
Trains run through to Indianapolis, Lima, San
dusky and Cleve'and without change ol cars.
Throngb Tickets for all Eastern, Viesteru, north
ern and North-weitern elite..
A, M p:.PltKSH TRAIN (Oolnmbns time,
which Iseeveu ininuteB faster ilian Olnciunatl) For
Cleveland aud Pittsburg, via Delaware, makes close
connection at Crustllne for Pittsburg, Bultlmore,
Philadelphia and New York; nnd at Clevelaud for
Dunkirk, Biinalu, Boston and New York. Alao,cotf
nects at D.iyton with l)a ton and Michigan Road for
Troy, Piiiua, Sidney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Toledo at KH. Detroit
at iklli), and Chicago nt 7:9) P. 31., Quincy and Onlena
at 7 A.M. Also, at Dayton with Oreeuvllloand Miami
Road, for Greenville, Union, Winchester and Mud
cie. Abo, connects at Richmond with Indiana Ou
tral Road, for IndiuuapolR bnfeyetlc, Chicago. Terre
Haute, lit. Louis, and all Western cities. Also, at
Richmond with Cincinnati and Chicago Road, for
Ander-en, Kokomo and Pern. Also, connects with
Junction Hallreiiilat Hamilton for Oxford.
8 A. iH. 1HAIL TKAIK-Vur Dayton, 8pring
lUld and Samlui'lfy t'ounects at riaudusky with
STEAMER for DETROIT: at L'RDANAforCULUM
Bl'S; at Forest villi Pittsburg. Fort Wiiynoaod Chi
cago Ruad, Ksst and West; at Civile with C. and To
ledo lioad forClcvvlmd and Btitlalo, Toledo. Detroit
nr.d Chicago. This train also connects at DRLA
WARE with the (J., C. it C. Road for Cleveland anil
points Eat.
4i.'t( P. M. TRAIN For Dayton. Springfield
and Sandusky Connects at Forest with Plttslnirg,
Fort Wayne and IMilcnao Rood, East and West: at
Clyde with 0. and Toledo Read for Cleveland atiR Buf
falo, Toledo, Detroit and ChicRgo. Also, connects at
Richmond for Indlauapolin, Terra Bante, St. Lonis
nnd Chicago. Also, connects with Junction Railroad
at Hamilton fnrOxfoid.
(i P. IM. Tit A lH-for Dayton, Troy, Pinna, Sid
ney, LI urn, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wayne and Chi
caen. reaching Chicago nt IA, M.
t;7TlicuiiiltjA. M. trains connect at Cleveland
with steamers for Buffalo.
For further information nnd Tickets, apply at the
Ticket olllces north-east corner Front aud Broad
way; No. lAy Walnut-street, near Gibson Houso; at
tbe new Tlckot Oflice, oa the west side cf Vine-street,
between i'ostoflice and Burnet House; at tuo Walnil'
Street House, orat the Sixth-street Depot.
aula D. MoLAREM, Superintendeut.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Train No. 1 Express, at 6 A. Jl,,conneota via
Columbus and Cleveland, via Columbus, Crestline and
Pittsburgh, via Columbus, Bteuhenvillo nnd Pitta
burgh, Detroit via Cleveland and steamer. This Train
stops, between Cincinnati and Columbus, at Lore
laud, Deerneld, Morrow, Xenla, Cedarvitle, South
Charleston , London ami West Jefferson.
Second Train-No. 2 Express, at 8:341 A. M., connects
via Columbus, Bellnlr lind Benwood; Wheeling; via
Columbus, Steiibenvillo and Pittsburg: via Columbus,
Crestline and Pittsburg: via Columbus and Clove
land; Detroit, via Cleveland nud steamer: White Sul
phur Station, via SpringlieUl. This Train stops be
twoen Cincinnati and Columbus, at 1'lalnville, Mil
ford, Miaiuivllle, Lnveland. Deerfieid, Morrow, Cor
wln, Spring Yalley, Xeuiannd London.
Third Train-Accommedation, at 4:40 P. H.. for
Columbus nnd Springfield.
Fourth Train-NiKbt Kinross, at 11:30 P.M.; con
nocts vlaCuliiuibiis, Belliiir and Benwuod; Wheeling,
via Columbus, Steubenvlllu and Pittsburg; via Co
lumbus, Crestline and Pittsburg: via Columbus and
Cleveland. This train stops at Loveland, Morrow,
Curwin, Xpnlaand London. SLEEPING CABS ON
THIS TRAIN.
No. 1 Express, through to Clevelaud withontchange
ofcars.
No. 2 Express, through to Wheeling without change
ofcars.
The NIGHT EXPRESS Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:30 P. Mriinsilnily,except8ATUKDAYS. The
uthor Trains run daily, 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 tho Eastern places,
apply at ihe Ufflces, Walnut Street House, No. 1 Bur
net House, south-east corner of Broadway and Frost
streets, and at the Eastern Ik' pot.
TruiiiH run byColiirnbnstim&,whichls seven milt-
ntes faster than Cincinnati time.
J. DUBAND, Snp't.
Omnibuses call forpassengurgbr leaving direction
at tbu Ticket Oufces. . wyl7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE NORTHWEST,
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Only One Change of tkin between Cncitioori
anal Chicago.
Three PassengerTralnsloavt'OiDOlnnatldally, from
the foot of Mil I and Front street.
6:50 A. M. Chicago Mail arrives at Indiaruapolls at
10:30 A.M.; Chicago at 7:25 P.M. This trSTn con
nects with all night trains oat of Chicago, for tb
West and North-west.
12:00 M. Terre Haute and Lsyfnyetto Accommoda
tion arrives at Indianapolis, nt (l:iO P. M., making
direct connections at Iudianapolis with Torre Baute
Trains and Indlnuapolls and Lafayette trains for
Decatur, Springfield, Naples, Onim y. Hannibal and
St. Joseph; ahowitu Peru trains for Peru, Ft. Wayne
and Toledo.
A:fKi P.M. Chicago Expiess arrives at Tudlanapolli
at 10:30 P. HI.; Chicago at 7:40 A. SI. Making close
connections at Chicago with ail Morning trains out
of Chicago. This train counicls at Indianapolis
with Terre Haute trains for all roints West and)
Northwest. ' ,
Sleeping cars are attached tc all tbe night trains
on this line, and run thiough to Chicago withoat
change of car).
This is exclusively a Western and North-western
rente, and with faverubls and reliable arrangement
with all connoctirg roals thtongbont the entire
West, guarantees nnutual care nnd I he amplest ac
commodations to the patrons ol this line.
y Bo snre yon Aro in t he right ticket office before
you purchase your tickets, and ask for ticket via
Iswronceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same as by any other route. Baggage
checked throivrb. .
TH HOUGH TICKETS, good until used, oan be ob
tained at the ticket offices, at Spencer House Corner,
north-east corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net Ilonse Corner; at tbe WalDlt-atroet Houso, and
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on Front street, where
all noct-ssary Information may bo had.
Omnibussei run to and from mob train, and V
callfoi passengers at all hotels and all parti of tbe
city, b) leaving address at either oflice.
W. 11. L. NOBLE,
raylO General Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
MM
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
Great Through Rout for
INDIANAPOLIS.
TERRE HAUT15,
ST. LOUIS,
. LAFAYETTE,
CHICAGO,
L0GAN8P0RT,
PEBO,
FORT WAYNE.
TWO DAILY THROUGH TB AIN8 leaveSixth stroet
Depot, at 6 A.M. and 4:30 P. M.
6 A. M. INOTAIf APt'LIS, ST. I.OUI8 CHICA
GO FAST EXPRESS. Through direct, making close
connection forallothcr Weitorunnd North-western
points. This Train also connects at Richmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Koko
mo, Logansport. and all points on Wabash Valley
Railroad.
4:30 P. M.-1NDTANAP0LIS, CHICAGO A BT.
LOUIS NIGHT EXl'RKSS. Tho above Trains make
close connections at Indianapolis, Lnfayetteand Chi
cago, with Trains for Torre Hanta, Bprlngfleldi Bock
Island, Galesbiirg, Eenosba, La Crosse, Jacksonville,
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Matt.wn, Naples,
Galena. Qnlncy, Prairie du Chien, Pana, Peoria,
Dunloith, Racine, Decatur, Bloorr.lngton, Jollet, La
Salle, St. Paul, and all towns and cities in the North
KarTbrough Ticket given and Baggage checked
through.
For further information end Through Tickets, ap.
ply to Ticket Offices, north-east corner ot Front and
Broadway; No. I(W Walnut street, nar Fourth; at
south-east corner of Fourth and Vine street, or at
the Sixth-street Depot. ' .
D. SI. MOBBOW, Superintendent.
Omnlbusee will call for passengers by leaving their
names at either of the Ticket Offices. - .
1SS W. H. SMITH. Agent.
OANDY1 OANDY
2)3. CTiAHBL,
, , (Huccemor to Mvers i Co,)
Mauufikcturei'8 and WUolcBnle Dealer
: ... ' . '
' FINE AND, PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI
. ai j J ; v.' .-' 'Vjj . ' 1 ' W
.. JOHN lb Pi E It,
(SCC0E6S0S TO riTKB SMITH,)
At 80 West PiXlh St.,
Hna ennHtnntlr oat hnnd at Imrge Vnrlrly of
FANCY GOODS TOYS, CHINA,
.'.FANCY BASKETS, v'
Fishing Tackle,' Military Goods, etc,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, '
AT VEBY SLOW PRICES.
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