- -- I
SIX CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE
PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
OFFICE, 14 WKST KOURTB-STRBET.
BY R. H. BACON.
Yo stars that on Night's nivalis turli.ui glow.
Mild mid eternal, looking calmly down
fin tho quiet vain whore hoary niouutrties throw
Their shadows, and soft Ffimmli'tH gently iluw,
Qlakm: low music ny iiieNi-epiu.g umu.
ttr cilsaiuir villi 11 wuanr no'ii-iiy ia
ynshoaii tho'iuiii. v.h'i-n fiiir-hnhod children pl(iycj
H.,..nl l llw.-l.. ,.l-.tl.. l.ri. lIll'V knilW lIl'L'lV, I
Yosaw those children iiion; iiii.l your iiiilil luy
Beheld tholrgmos. When alter 11101 lnU
That city's will, mvlimni'-d was vmir sweet linht
And yo will hIiiii.i when in thron.v.l Imuii.I. are
made , . . ,
fi oliltid.-m calmly awl a brigl.1 .
A LITTLE GEM.
Tr-w's m 1 11 heart, hnvevir riiil.,
lint lialli soma littli tlovrer
To bris'liti'ii up ilB sl:tt::h),
And scout tin1 ovoiiin; ltou: .
There's nil a heart, however cast,
Hy Kiiof unci sorrow down.
But UhIIi some memory el tlio ril
'i'i love it nd (.'ill its own.
He threw up the sleeves of his dross, !
find showed a pieco of tissue-paper which
he hold in his hand. It was ubotit six j
inciies sqiuirc, uuu ov ti ui-iit-ioitM sniu
delicate manipulation ho toriucd it into a i
very good imitation of a butteruy, tlio
wings boing extended, aud at tho niost j
each was one iuch across. Uoldiag tho !
butterfly out in the palm of liis hand, to j
show what it w.w, be placed two caudlos, ;
which wore bojido hiiu, in such a position j
as to allow linn to wav a iaa rapidly witu-1
cut aJocting the llame, and then, by a i
gentle motion ot fcw tan over tins paper .
insect, ho preceded to set it 111 motion. A j
I'ounter-'lntU 'ht of air from nomo uuarier
interfered with his cllbi'ts, and made tho
butterliy truant tj his will, and the screen ',
had to bo moved a little to remedy this.
no tnen enrow tne paper ouueiuy up in ;
the air, and gradually it seemed to iicqiiiro i
in. r a1 i.:..-..ri.:.. r. ...i .1 i
IT !l .1 .1 ft
mo lioiu nit; iiuiiuii ui iiiH luii now i.Mii.'t;'.-
ing and dipping torrard it, now tippiuj
alon; its cdp;, hoverin; over it us we may
eeo a butterfly do over u Uowor, ou a line
summer's day, then ia wantonness whoel
in'j away, aud atriin returning to alight,
the winirs quivering with nervous rcsllss
ness. One could have tleelared it was a
live creature. Now it Hew c:i to t!.o
light, and then the conjurer recalled i
and preuently supplied a runt) in t'to
shape of anothor butterfly, and together
they rose, and played about the old man's
i... .... ti...:.. v.n.i.:.. t.n n:.i
ing with one another and iiutternig iuoii:
iuu cuu.03 in mo ian. it c ii'jieao-
rl i v saw
one on each side of it as he held it nearlv
vertically and gave tho fan a short, quick
motion; then one butterfly would piisc over
to the other, both would wheel away as if
in play, and again return. A plant with
some llowers stood in a pr.t. near at baud,
by gentle movements of the fan the pretiy
little creatures were led up to it, and t li f n
their delight! how they played about the
leaves, sipped the llowers, leased each
other, whisked oil' again with the airs and
graces of real lmttortlies' Tho amlii'iiee
were in ecstasies; and young and old
olapped their bands with delight. The
exhibition ended, when the old man ad-;
vanced to the front of the stage, within
arm's longth of us all, accompanied by
bis magio butterflies, that even in the
open air continued to play round the
magician and his fan. As a" feat of leger-
domain it was by far tho most beautiful
trick we had ever heard of, and one that
must require an iimueuso amount ol'pvac-1
tieo. Blackwood's Magaxine.
Experiences of Imprisonment.
The following is an extract from Count
Wonfailconier's account of his imprison
ment: Fifteen years I existed in a dungeon ton
f'opfc 6triliniftt lliil'lnrl uiv fi.t'ii.u I li.nl i
companion; 'durina nine I was alone! 1
never could distinguish tha face of him
who shared my niptivity, in the eternal
twilight of our eel I. The first year wo
talked incessantly together; wo related
our past lives, our joys forever gone, over
and over again. The next year wo com
rnunieatod to caeh other our thoughts and
ideas on all subjeets. Hie third year we
had no idoas to eommimicale; we wero
beginning to lose the power or reflection.
The fourth, at the interval of a month or
so, wo would open our lips to ask caeh
other if it wero possible that the "world
; m as gay and bustling .13 when wo
ed a portion of mankind. Tho l!fdi
we wero silent, l lie sixtn lie was taken
away I never knew where to execution
ui liberty. Hut 1 was glad when he was
gone; even solitude was better than the
. . il,, .... . .
palo, vacant faco, One day (it must havo
been a year or two after my companion
loitme) tiic yungeon uoor was opened;
whemje proceeding I know not, tho fol
lowing words were uttered: "By order of
His Imperial .Majesty, 1 intimate to vou
chat your wife died a year ago." Tlton
tlio door was shut, and 1 beard no more;
they had but dung thi3 groat agony upon
me, and left nio aloe with H.
Mr. Crow in Church.
Several yours since, on a warm Sabbath
morning, while) tho Ucv. D. i , nf a
voll-known fishing tovn inXftissaohusetts,
was nommg lortn, a tamo crow, wtiiclt
hud been taught to utter one expression
only, and that a wicked one, flow iuio
diurch, and alighting on tho pulpit, sa
luted the minister with ' C-d d n ye;"
whereupon the frightened as will as
horror-stricken parson "drew oil','' a ml
gave "the gontlomau in black'' a winder
that sent him to the floor.
Nothing daunted by this, however, the
crow was soon mi his "pens," and looking
up at tin? reverond entb-innn, rencaied bis
Salutation With Slieh Oil CiUlillllMS that he
took to his heels, and together with hi,
congregation who were us much fright-!
fired as their minister scampered from
. the sacred edifice in double-quick time.
One little old woman, whoso Heat, was in
corner, did not see fit f follow tlm
r.iomple of tho shopird or bis flock, but
firmly kept her position; iiporw'oein'.'whii'h,
the crow advanced to her, and hoppini' on
the sent in front of her, again jravn vntt
to his favorite expression. 'I'he old woman,
not a little astonished at his impudence,
and evidently taking him foran ovil pnirit
. il. . f i... -i ..ii .1 i. ,i . r i
in inn lorm oi a Dim, yeiicu. lorut at mm:
"G-d d n you, too! Vhat yon ti d d n
ibo for? I don't belong fo this clmrch!"
And pivinghim a wipe with her umbrella,
he cleared the coast, leaving the church
to silence and to tho crow.
Specimens of Connecticut and Massachusetts
'Ono iluy," said the Hay Stato peddler,
it . r , i j-ii :.i. '
"as i was armng luuug, u icuow witu i j
loud of tin cume out of u bv-roiid, and fol-i
lo,VR(1 rj,,ht along in my tracks. 'Mister,'
....!.! 1 i.i-lilil. W.1W nvn wii .Y ,I-lf 1
eillU I, 111"!" v juh uii'p.
' Goin; uliead don't you see?" said he. I
i "1'ch,:' said 1, "1 reckon we had better !
i take different roads, else only ono of us
j will soil any tin what say you?"
"Yes, wr will. Von may go filioad and
sell all you can, and then I'll sell or much
again as you."
"Why, will you sell so much cheaper?"
"So I'll get moro for every article."
"Well, 1 don't see how you can do it"
'Try it, and I'll show you. I'll stop)
here while you drive to that house yomlcr,
nrwl cnll oil win, iion Sf.iiif. ah vniir to.im
a little, and then come back for your whip
or something you have dropped and you
ran sen how I sell.'1
"Woll, wad I, so I drovn up to the
house and went in, ami Fpoke to the old
gentleman, who wan rending tlio news-
"How do you do?" says I; but ho did
not mind atiytliin about mo. "Want to
buy anv tin pun, pails, or pups, or any-
"I'll sell cheap, and take almost any-
thins in pay."
Don t want none.
Hut just look at in v lot; it is the com-
pietr-st you ever saw.
But I dou't want to."
"Well, I really wish I could sell you
something. You really think vou can't
"No, don t want anything.''
So I went out and started my horse.
"Whoa," says i; "now I'll ste what the
Connecticut fellow can do." iSo I walks
,.l(.c t0 ti10 j,0aei i.j aidu't leave
"H;iin't seen it," said tho old man,
keeping on reading advertisement Then
the Connecticut loiiow came in.
"llow far is il. to a taveru?'1
"Haifa mile," said the old man,
"1 am as dry as'a codfish. I'll take
suuo 0 your water,
.,i ;, irv t 'klu" un
. ... . ; ..I
walking up r it
a pewter. "Oh,"
kx'uI he, "it is cider," iiukiu;: believe he
was going to set it down.
"Drink it," said the old man and ho
"That's royal good cider you make it
mr your own use can't buy such as that
if 1 had a barrel of this in Boston, I'd get
live dollars out of it. How did you make
'.Made it out ofnpples."
"J.iid you. Woll, they must havo been
extraordinary good ones, every one of
than lit to make pies of them, (lot a largo
1 T'irskrate, what thero is ou it, then
got a snug houso here, too haveu't seen
many houses 1 like ns woll as this, and
I've seen a good many in my day. Real
snug house," (looking around, as if lumt-
' nig a su'av llv: ) how many rooms up
"four, and all finished oft'' snid the
obi woman, who was ironing. On that
he turned right around and made all his
tall: to her.
"Four, and nil linished oil' and fur
nished! You are thriving like all natur!
fiofc smart girls enough to fill them?''
"No, only one."
''Well, one !.'nod one is enmufh hotter
than three or
old is she?"
Ions, 1 reckon.
four ordinary oneshow
Sho'U be married before
Not many irirls like yours
i li vo to be old maids."
' f don't think she'll bo an old maid."
, "She looks like yon, don't she, now?
l'c heard of her she's as handsome as
I a pb'turr; what a baiidsomo setting out
i you'll give!'1
' "Yes, I've got five pair of linen sheets
J and four coverlids, that I made for her
j this summer. T mean, if she over gets
j married, thntsho shall have a good setting
out as anybody."
I ,."'0, 1 U nnd vim are able to do it.
Now I think of it, I've uot a few first rate
things that I mean to carry home to some
body, you can guess who (winking to
me.) I've been ofiercd more than they
nro worth, but would not sell them but
I've a mind to let you havo them for that
girl of yours. 1 don't know, though, that
1 can let these go. lietsy will' expect
them. J!ut come, you may look at them."
ro the old woman put on her snecs.
and went out with him to his wagon, lln
dug to the bottom and hauled out somo
P1" j"st l'ko those on top.
'Hero they are keep thcru stowed
"way out of sight the genuine Lafayette
i - . IV 11 ,ti.
tin come irnin rranee. i lie more you
use them tho brighter they grow; tiiey
never need scouring."
' What is the prieo of these common
c,,1cs- inquired she, pointingto Rome just
those ho had in iiis hand.
: rivosniiuugs, una these are too the
j Lafayette tin cost nino and six-ponce; but
i for that pretty girl's sake, that looks so
j much like you, they say, I'll let you have
j a few for seven shillings."
So he went on talking till he sold her
more than live dollar's worth of ware, not
near as good ns mine, at a great deal
higher price. When he started oil, says
"How much did you sell?"
"Ah, you didn't como from Connecti
cut?'; "No, I didn't," says I, und then in a low
V'liee, "and 1 don't want to, if they all lie
as vou do."
GLASGOW AXO NEW YORK
STJCAM TO CliASCIO . , ,1VKUP00L, BELFAST,
lH'JILia ANH L0ND0NDKBBY
rilOM NEW TORK.
b"nhiiris!i,coinmiiig,. Juij37, "
i I rtlnlinruh, Onnunliit...Saturday, May 7.
; filiiiiv, Tliiinison...iilnesday, July 87,
l.iliilburjjh, C'ounnliiK... 14 July 2.
UaU'S of ihissaire from Now Yorlt, ThilailelphUor
llOMion, to (ilasqow, Liverpool, llellast, Dublin or
Londonderry, first class, Hji75. Stecriure.fouiid with
I an abiinilanco of propnrly-cooked pi-ovisioiis,!ai:tO.
I An oxrwrieiicod Surireou attached to each steamer.
no cliftrvo for medicines.
For FmiKlit or Fassaro, apply to
at'W IttJUKKI CRA10. 17 BrosdwaT.
H. CAMPBELL & CO..
MANUFACTURKRS OP BAR, SHEET,
and Ilollerlron, Plow Slabs, Railroad Spikes,
f.ti:. AImo, Agents for tho salo of lronton HiartsUM.
j man socona Dtreet, Cincinnati,
OsfAll kindslron msdeto order.
FRANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPR
FOflMOttV. rt il.l.lsnni u !
I Printing Materia.! of all kinds. Iiis Vine street,
Clnoiuuail, OlllccM Went Fourth Ntreet.
OF THOSE INTENDING 10 PUltCHASE,
wa dffllre a pcrnonal ItivonllKallon oftlio com
pnratlro merits of Uimo Swing Jlachinoa with nil
others in t lis market.
!! FItAKK IIENKV, Agent.
G. C. KNIFFIA &CO.
Ladd, Websler Co.'s,
(Lute Hunt, Wobslar & Co.'i,)
No. B West Fourth ntreet, Cincinnati.
These Machined Imvo been steadily advancing in
popular fiivor fnrtlio pint juar.audaro nowmteemed
bjr all who havo Riven them a tri.il as the "No Pins
Ultra" of Sowinn Machines. Tho cvenncM and reg
ularity, and tlKhtnoM of stitch mado liy thora, has,
more tliauanylhliiRiiUo, tended to this result. Added
to this is tho iindouiaMo fact of thoir simplicity aud
oaso of mnimgemont, thero being no baud or cog
wlieols, as In somo Machines, or leather pads and
crookc rt needles, us in olhers. They couimcud thuni.
solves to tho dross-miikor by tho regularity of the
feeding arrangement, which novor puckers or toars
the work, by tho uniformity of stitch alike on both
sides of the fabric, by thoir nobiolesncp nnd rapidi
ty; to tlio tailor by their great utreutjth aud durnblH
ty, tightness of stitch and capacity for uidug linen
thread; to families, by the combiuatlon of all theeo
uiialitles. Bend lor a circubir and sample of work.
SEWING MACHINE CO.
63 WEST FOURTH STREET,
A 8 AN EV'IDKNOE OF Tilt, SUriilUUtt-
i. ity of the Machines iiiiiniifacttired by the Gro-
vcr ami Uiki r Sewing Mai'liine Co., they havo over I
W.iHKi iu nailv me in nuinimcioriM, worK-snopn ami
fnmilii'M. I'lil'Hc pii:niiuii I the ln-st evidence of
merit. These Mai limes, ulike vii unioiis over pnjii
diceainli:omp"titiiiii, nn jiisily enjuy more univcr
mil favur than lm ever been beaiuwed upon uny
ntanitl icti;riii .naciiiiiB iii.iaiu.! iiie bhuiih.
stite.li, iiml Fiiiiiilv Miuhiin 'i making the celcl.ruud
(inner ll.ikei stitch,,. I' J7 diltei-i nt piitt-rns, vary
Ing in price t'r.'Mii.'ai tn tWV.ilescriptivo circulars of
:UaCtltloaal'il lllirriltliili' ui rue suigu,cau in; mwi
dii application, !y letter nr otlicrwiw. je-aj
swskk's mm machines.
PrieeH Jtt'heed to fJ, 15, fiW and 12S.
Huer' New Fnnilly JfcwIoB .llneliliie,
I'he price of which Is only Is alight and Mlegaul
ly (Iccori.te.l .M uliine, cupiihlo or pi'rfi.rmliig, lu tho
host stvle, all the sewing of u private fe.iuily.
singer's Trniivcre shuttle laclilne,
i'o Ui'suld at Si'', is " Macliiii" entirely new in its ur-
rmmeini nf, it ia very lautiful, moves rapidly aud
fury easily, and, fur family use and light iiiumlUc-
luring pnrii'ist'S, Is tlio very best and cheupest ala
chiiieeveruirertd to the public.
rtiuui-r'K No. I !-lii!i;tard Shuttle Machine,
Formerly sold at SIM. but now reduced to 11(1, Is
knowii all over the world, Kvoi y sort of work can
bedono with it.
Siiiger'a No. 't Stniiiiarrl Slmtfle JInnhlne,
This ie tho favorite manufacturing 51nchinjov .)'
hero. Price, with tatilo coiuploto, ?l?'i.
WSend fur a Circular,
Ageut for J. M.. Singer k Co.
No. S V.ait Fourth street,
LESTER'S SEWLMi MACHINES.
SWOVIV RESPECT f'tlLLV INFORM
the sewing public that I mil tlin atiln authorized
Acent lor tho salo c f the
LESTKR'S IMPRtlVEI) SiiUTTLK
And beta? well nciumiitctt with ltsmeriti-',iind fumll
inr with lu oikirat ion, 1 leel conllileiit that those in
want of such aniirtii'le, will givo it preference over
all others now bnt'oro Hie puldie.
I deem it unnen-ssary to enunieralo all lis advan
tages, as tiiono who limy wish to pai-chaso will proba
bly prefer t" witisf, I'lemsclvea ly personal inboc
tion, which they niav do hv call ing at
No. II J iVe-st I'ourili Hivert.
Bfr".Persoiis lairehasMig hester'a Si.-a-inif Muchlne
will receive practical iiHtriictloni upon tliem freeo!
charge. All iiiachines warranted.
Ko. W West Fourth street, directly
Opposlto Post Office.
I believe I make the best Lock-stitch Sewing Ma
chines, in tho world. If thopiirchaserdon not think
o after six months trial, I will refund you tho
$60 j&CTX) OllO,
Price of Machines.
OFKICK AND SALE JROOIIS-Diiectty on llie
Northwest coruor Main and Fourth streets, over
Owou's Jewelry establishment.
S"All kinds of Sewlnt-Maehines repaired, and
liitht machinery manufactured, at thu factory, IS"
Walnut-street, corner V alnut und Fifth.
K6 Aseuts wanted in oilier cities to sell niv Sew-Inu-JIachiuea.
Address, P. F.VANS, Jr., Cincin
nati, O. aufi
titbit US TV:
wo ThriMidud Donhlo Luck Tittht ttlitnh
ALSO THE VERNON
Same Stitch, two sizes, price .'15,00 uud $ 111,011.
Tim very latest itivcniion and thu most noiseless and
perfect running mucliinu extant. Tlm ahovu naiaed
machiueB make the same stitch, eiiially as well as
hlaher priced ones. On those machines wo apply the
only lleuinier that will turn any width of hi,Hiit is
the only oneiiittie market that is ailjuitalilrtofold
any width of hem, with any thickiieiss of cloth.
Persons residinitin the country wishing samples,
or information, by inclosinu 3c, stamp, will receive
Local air.-nts wanted in all the oil, es anil tnwusin
Ohio. A'ldiuss ,S. A. JKNKS, Auent,
I'. II. Box Itilli;
Or call at Dean Swilt's Watch and Jewelry Store,
157 Main street, lid door above Fourth, Cincinnati,
It. HOWE, Jr., Patentee or the original Sewing
FOR FAMILY I'SIi AND MANUFACTUU.
Tho Family Machines are well adapted lor taflon'
um, or gaiter littiiu. Howe's Cylinder Machiuos.
lor all leather stitching, hove always hold u reputa
tion lur above any other. The public are desire' to
Diamine, and purchase where liest suited,
A. T. JAVKHOM, A(tiit
No. 19 West Fourth staeet, iu M'Crack'n's Kur
Isliine store. Oineinnnti.o mya
BRANDY AND GIN COCKTAIL. John
Bates would call the attention of saloon and
hotel proprietors, to his superior Brandy and tiin
Cocktail. They are made from Hie best brandy and
giu, aiidareexiiiisitnly rlavur'il. They are superior
to anything of the kind time Iisb been made. For
sale, whnlesalennd retail, .National Theater Build
intf, Kycamore-sti-eet. ' auW
MS. B. EHRMAN & W. C. L EECIL
OFFICE SO. 40 HKVF.NTU STREET.
Office honrs from A.M., I to 3, and 7 to , P.M.
J. J. BUTLER'S
Excels ior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory, 30 Vine St. II
THE OLD DOMINION
A It T II i; It'S
The bust now in use anil nil prepared for Sealing.
P It A T TS
Tho greatest invoution yet. Kvery honse-keopor
AKTIiCll, BUIlNnaM t CILilOY,
Manufacturers of l'atent Articles.
sWTrado Depot for tho West,
21 Enst Pearl street, Cincinnati.
JOSEPH II. GKEKN, Aocnl.
KTSenrt lur a tradeC'ircular. anl
wi b. nouns,
Formerly of Hall, Dodds 4 Co.; lato Urban.Dodds A Oo.
W. II. )odd & Co.,
siANUincTi'nr.ss or tuk
I'irf and 15iirlnr Proof
3 j9l JEF H5 -3 ,
8. VV. Corner of Vine it Second Streets.
This Is the most mlii'.hlo II ilii! AN!) DOU-iLA
VltllOli'SAFIC that lauuuio iu tlm Ouitwl States, arid
j warraut-d perlectly iVoo from iiiuiiii. Cm w:M
at luwor prices, ar.d fo o: li'ittor wrkouni i'iiip tunu.
can bo fouuilolsowhviu.
We have a biriic ui irttse-.it on baud, nn.l .-ia-. 4o
termlneii to sell at. prices t'r.a". cannot fail to jil'-u-n.
O 1 i 31 i C iS
Taken In exchftBlB. SKOWD-HANIl (SAf ill) at
ways on land .. exT-.-i.aiwl" lorf i'-.n.". i;7.''6
SaUoiiiiisIi's Fire and Water iPrcof,
ADI1ESIVE AND ELASTIC
COATING FOR ROOFsJ.
rJIHE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
-- CotitiuB fur M.'tal Hoots, or uny lnm Work ex
posed in use. Wari-iiuted to withsMlid tin severest
tests of Heat. Cold, llalu. or Sulphuric Acid, mid re
main perfectly impervious to Water. It will nor
melt, crack, wash or scale off. For now, old, leaky
metal ronfs, or for canvas roofs, it is Mi por cent,,
ciieap.-r than any other coatinix. All orders nceoni-
fiaiiied wiih the cash or satisfactory references, will
ie promptlv 111 led, in any unsold territory Simtliaud
West of New York and Pennsylvania. For further
i,.rormation,pplyto P. mn8 s C(,,
Sole Proprletorflr.nd Mnnntuetorers,
je7-t 132 West Second street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
t. N. TIN, B. V. BABBlNOKil.
VAN & : BARRINGER,
Van's Celebrated Patent Combined
For WOOD or COAL. The mnit convenient, eco.
nomical and dnral.de Cooking Siove ever invented,
for Steainhciits, llotols, Itestaurants and Private
lloucss. Cooking and holliiig water for wash aud
bath rooms, in largo .inutilities, in any aiholning
apartment Ly tho same tire.
W'nrcrooms, 118 Main St., Cincinnati.
ear Uights to manufacture ami sell these STOVICh
may boHecurcdon application to the proprietors, at
tnoir wuTeroouts. m
E HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST
varietv and icst selected assortment ot Gas
Fixtures in Cincinnati, consisting of all that is new
or desirable in I lie this Fixture linn.
We warrant every Fixture we pell to bo equal, both
in material and finish, to any t lint is sold iu this o
nny other market, and in addition will Kiiarant- j
them to rotain their color and remain perfect for live
years from the time they are put up hy us.
Call, see, and examine onrstnek,
jy21-em 1118 Main Btreet, near Fourth.
KOOFlXti! KOOFINtt !
fin HIS " OUTCAST ELASTIC ME-
.8. T ALLIC ROOKING" Is offered to tho puldic
as the liest and cheapest Metal Roof now used, its
merits tested by an experience of years in this city
andvicinity. Applied to Hat or steep, old or new
buildinas. No solder lined -I'asteiied securely with
out exposure to the action of the elements.
Pre pored sheets, boxed lor shipment to auy part of
tho United States, can ho applied hy any one with
ordinary mechanical skill, driers promptly filled.
.CALllWELl, is CO,
jytfi.tf 133 West Second street.
Mcrrell's Blackberry Anodyne.
THIS MEDICINE IS OFFERED TO THE
public asone of the last, If not the very best med
icine that has ever been invented for DiAHitiiB,Dv.
tNTKtiif Cholera Iih-antum, and all other derango
tncnts of the Stomach and Oiitostivo Organs, which
are so prevalant and fatal in our country-corrects
the deranged condition of the Liver: allais Nervous
Irritations, Hitch as Is caused by Toothing. gives
touo and healthy action to the uowols, and withal, is
At the Old Established Stand,
M KAST FIFTH, BET. MAIN AND SYCAMORE.
I I! AVE A LARGE AND DESIRABLE
stock Domiiholn and fiflico Furnituro, both
new and second, hand, consisting of fine bedsteads,
sofas and parlor chairs, Brussels uuil ingrain esriH-ti,
oil-;loth, ciitliu-v, etc. A line assortment : ot coun
ters, shelving, nfllce desks and stools, etc. Also, a
stock of Billiard tables, pinnos, extra marblo-t"P
counters and tahlesoii hand and for """'''W.
anO-ani Vl. OA ltTKlt, Proprietor.
Andotlioi favorlle I ramls, aoimlanlly on hand.
11. U. A W. B. COLEMAN,
j..,. I i and 6 Burnet House Buildiui.
WE HAVJS RECEIVED
101) Casts St. Jullon Claret.
Which we ottur at a small advance
B. F. ft V?. B. OOLKJUN,
je2I b and ti Burnet House Handing.
Jjffcl at 0R0H3 TOILET SOAP,
Ov f On ronsignmont, rery low,
Hotels, Boardiug-Houscs aud fuiuilici would do
well to oxamliie Ins stock.
li. B. A W. B. COLEMAN,
jelil ' f and S Burnet Hout. Iluilditig.
Moiiey! Itloncyt ,Bouey!
110NEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
iTJlETiRY and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rnhH of interest, at No. i" West Sixth blrixl, be
tween Walnut .t Vine. 211
I'LASTERB.-These Pliwters are excellent
renint tea lu cases of pain and weakueas lu the side,
breast or back ; aieo, in rheumatic affections, coughs,
asthma, sprains, bruises, and kidney or spinal affec
tions. The Arnica, Gulbunnui, Pitch, Poor Han's
and Hemlock Plasters, am manufactured of various
sizes, on kid or cloth, and Poor Man's un paper, by S.
A. GRIFFITH, and supplied to dealers anil druggist
on as good terms asany manufacturer iutlie U.H.IV)
r A DIESIP YOU WISH A GOcTtjTwiJ
JLi lile.Tbreaded Family Hewing Machine; which
for practical nsocan not be surpassed, call at No. 9
Carlisle Building, second story, corner Fourth und
Walnut. and sen "Novelty," Bruen's Patent, theonly
Machine that can beneeii with either a single ordou
blethread. It il the best Machine made, and never
breaks needles. Call and see It. orsend for Circular
ordapeciuienofwork. F. T. COLEMAN,
Soil Agon t for tho Went and nitth-west.
No. 149 Maln-Btrcpt, helotv Fourtli. -
i 1 1
WILLIAM H. BALDWIN. ATTORNEY
and Conn sell or at Law, Obase'i Building
Third Strait, 3 doon Kant of Naio lUi
13 Y S T A TE AUTEO TLX TY.
1 4?M ''-Tf OBD. CONN.i
Incorporated 181 9. Charter Perpetual
WfrAKPncy eHTaiinsnfoiP'iinoinnaii in ixj,nn-t-filittim,'
all pronmit local InNiiritiicctCoinpiiiiiDft mnl
Aitvnciitt in tut Inur;iiii:e liisii 8 in this city. 'A'.
yi-.irH coiHtant ilnty hen. comhiimU with weHltb, nx
iifiicnns fiitorprifo and lilwrnlity, oftpeciully com.
mend tho ATNA liiMimnro Ompany to thnfnvura
Itlc iiuliouiihu nl' this coiimmiiiiy HtuiHlihKfloUUry
nmlalono tho hoIo fnirvlvor 'uii living pioneer of
Ciniiiumti tmtli rritor ol ISU5.
Cash Capital iftl.O O 0,0 0 0 .
I AnSOLUTK AND UNIMPA1REU.J WITH A
MUKPLirs oi' $i,o3u,'t2a ho.
And the prestige of 40 years success and experience.
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
ri'WAHDH ()KI'2.00II,000, LOSSES
Have been paid by the AHiia Imuranco Company in
the rust 40 years.
Fire mill Inland Nnviwiition. liislts accepted
at terms consistent with solvouoy and lair prollts.
Kspecial attention Riven to Intmrance of Dwellings
and Contniits, for forms of I to S years.
Application made to nny duly authorized Agent
promptly attended to. Jly strict attention toaleKit
fiiiato Insuram e business, this Company in onaliled
to oiler both Indemnity for the past and security for
the future, Pnliele Issued without delay by
JAS. il. OAltTKU, Axent, Ko. ) ilaln street.
A. If, PATtlll, Assistant Aient,.
II K. LINPSEY, Aireiit 171 Vine street.
J .'j. HOOhEB, Asent. Fulton. 17th Ward. an
PROFITS OF THE BUSINESS
18 WALL STitEKT, SEW YOBK. .
C'AHtl CAPITAL 8500,000 00
asi;ts, July 1. u5.sist
THB ATTEN ION OP THE COMMU
NITV is rei-licllulls' c Ihd to l lie following
features in c.iniiec-t i. Willi this Coniirany:
Finn' Hv insuring in tliia 'i uiiuiny. the ndvsnt.
aces of aMiin-al loHiirai.ce Coiupanv are olitaieed,
with iioiidiliiioiiala.ivaiii.i'enltordiil in tlic-ecurity
(jiven hy on iiaiple anil veliatile Cnsi' Capiial-n loa
ture r-tiireseiii.il i.yei-ilinavy iMutital File Insnranco
Coiuinnies. The ili'vidi'tiils to i-nMomers, already dc
el ireil, urn na follows:
First Oiii.ion to Pi licy.Holders, 1HS7, 33.W por cent.
K" ond il(i. do. il". l-.W.
Third iln. do. do. ' ISS'J, Ml "
Sri'ONii Tneseruritv given, which is alniaily large,
willconsliiollv in.-reati with each year of successful
oivr.-itiomi. This is ehlhileil .-leui-ly in tin lollow
lii'.!st8iMin'lit.HliowliiK the positionof the Com puny
in each year shire the new s stem wiih adopted.
July, HVi.NcI Assets of the ("oiuiniiv, fTrfl,tl 13
..- ' I.;,- ' " ' lH'.i,;jt fil
i ii " " 7-'.l,M1.-4 Wi
isV.i, Uross Ai'sei.i, !iii:.,i'.s S4
" ' Liubllitii '"i"1
rumn-Tle inaureil Incur no Ualillilv whatever,
while oiil nhiitii: ! lieae iidvautnees ot" superior security
find elicpiass. UKil. T. IlliPK, P resilient.
II. H. .biiieoiiT, Seeiet'iD .
IJvni-s I'm., .Usislaiit M-ert'lary.
SAM'L E. MACK & Co., Agents,
:!," IV est Thiril-stiei't, ( iiii iuiiiili.
' iuii".'-a m '
"maws patent. .
li .V'T.ifH Li
THE MOST REI.IAM.E FIRE AND
BUilOLAIl PHOOF SAFES. They havo given
more sat sliii tion than any other now in use.
WoolTr a reward ofONK THOIWANU 10L
liAUH to nnv porson that can, up to the present
time,sli.wa single instance wheroiu they have failed
to preserve their contents.
Willi this SAFE we clinllnngo all competition, ns
being Ihe heot Firo Proof, nurglnr Proof, or t ire
and llnrglar Proof m.rf iuaic; and are villing lo
test with any eHtiihlishnient in the Union, and the
par y tilling Hist, M lode it to tho other, the sum
0Ve'nre prepared to furnish a hotter Safe, and nl less
cost, tiun auy other manufacturer in the United
States. , , , , . ,
Secnid-lmnd Safes of other makers, nlso on hand.
WurtHpoctliiUy invito tlio public lu call midoxum
Ino out stock lielbre niirrhiislnL' elsevvhern
i HALIj, C Jvl,u LIj it LU.
auall-fiyt Won. M nw 17 :.is! (Joiunibm HtrPt,
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholic, and
ALL PAINS IV THE ST03IACU & BOWELS.
.Tlarlo by UEO. K. I.IC1IT,
WHOLESALE DRUOOIRT, CINCINNATI.
...... . ..... i. ti i.iiiu n vim.- urllm l..iu-.
STINE& CO., and llruuts Buntrallv. Order left
tit Wili.iahsuV ik liAtl-iiiLO, fio. 41 Walnut street
... . ... ill;lH.fnni.-l
will ho attended to.
I. X. L.
UK XJ B T 3Ft X -
& FT EH MANY YEARS OF PRACTICAL
i5L experience fn the art ol Mustanbiuakiug, tlie
propijiitora oiler ihe ulwve brand of Muaiard lo the
public, guaranteeing Ha strictly pure article, ninuu
factured from the laiat duality of suid.canifiil ly se.
locti d with the design ol oro lncliii! a Mnstard r-UPK-Rlijit
IS I VlAVOR AND PUSOJiNOY TO ANY
NOW IN USE. We have no ik.sitation In Baying
that all lovers of good Mustard will Iiml thel.X.L.
to be Hiat which Uiey so fi eiiuenlly fail to obtain,
MUSTAKP THAT l MUSTARD.
OtxTOrders promptly tilli',1.
HAKKIBON & WILSON,
jB4 Ull nud 101 Walnut-strect.
rWllllS A110VP STONK IS SUITABLE FOR
JL Btep-8toue,Htrit crossings and Bulhlloe pur
poius generally, and 'u chuanvr tjiau the la ton
Call and fixmniiie for yeui selves, at 1st). SM est
em Bow, between Klnlbisnd UlchiiioniL
ani-aiu K, blllTli, Agent.
rilfJE undersigned Is prot.arcil to pot on a
JL Compositlon'iioofef tho best quality at short
oillcelnJ AB. Bruco's Carriage Itopoeltory, cor
ner Third and Vine.
UJi Routing mnterlnl constantly on hand, anil for
saln. (jyi!7-:ini) .1. JK N0LK.
Pure, Still & Sparkling Wines,
hasremnvid his WINK CELLAR to No. 1 BAM
Jlo.ND MIBKti liov Third street. jyi4
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
t jr y.,iry--MMv'' A-a"
"jCIOTJB DAILY TRAINS L'.'
U.II. ... . Tl .
Trains run through to Indlunapo. 'V
dukv and CloVolami wlthfint nhiiniri, . ef.ru.
'i'hroinih Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North
ern and North-western cities.
ti A. 91 KXJ'HKSi-i TRAIN (Oolumbns time,
which is seven minutes lust, r i ban Oincinuati) For
Cleveland and Pittsburg, via Iielaware, makes close
connection at Crehtliue for Pittsburg, Baltimore, ,
Philadelphia and New York; nud at Cleveland for
Dm. kirk, Buffalo, Boston unJ New York. Also, con
nects ut Davtou with Dayton aud Michigan lload for
Troy, Piiina, Sidney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort
Way no iiml Chicago, reaching Toledo at J:3o. Uetrolt
ati-.:lsi, and Chicago at 7:ill P. Mm Uuincy und dalena
nt 7 A. M. Also, at Dayton with Greenville and Miami
Road, for Creenville, Union, Winchester and Mun
ch). Also, connects ut Richmond with I ndiaua Cen
tral Road, for Indiaiutpolis, Laleyette, Chicago. Terro ,
Haute, St. Louis, nud all Western cities. Also, at
Richmond with Cincinnati and Chicago Bond, for
Ander'ou, Kokomo anil Peru. Also, connects with
Junction Railroad at Hamilton for Oxford.
S A. III. itlAllj Tit A IN -For Dayton, Sprinff
fuld and SanilusUv Connects at Sandusky with
MTK.VM Kit for DETROIT; at URBANAlbrOOLUM
UI:S; at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wnvnearid Chi
cago Road, Kust and Wesi; al Civile with C. and To
ledo Itoad for Cleveland and llnll.ilo, Toledo, Detroit
and Chicago. This train also connects at DELA
WARE uitlt the V., C. x C, itoad for Cleveland ami
4-30 P. M. TRAIN For Dayton. Springfield
and Sandusky Connects at Forest with Pittsburg,
Fort Wayne and Chicaito Road, Enst and West: at
Clyde with 0. und Toledo Road lor Cleveland ang Buf
falo, Toledo, Detroit aiidChicago, Also, connects at
Richmond for Indianapolis, Terrs Haute, St. Louis
and Chicago. Also, connuctswith Junction Railroad
at Hamilton forOxfoid.
P. .M. TRAIN For Dayton, Troy, Plqua, Sid
ney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wayne and Chi
Cairo, reaching Chicago at 8 A. 31,
iW'rim rliind H A. M. trains connect at Cleveland
with steauiera for Buffalo.
For further Information and Tickets, apply at tha .
Ticket uincea uorth-eust corner Front and Broad
wa; No. Hi! tValnut Btreet, n-ar Gibson House; at
the new Ticket Otlice.u-i the west side cf V ine-Btruet, ,
between PostolBci and Hurnet Huum; at the Walua'
Street House, or at the Sixth-street Depot.
aulS II. McLA KKN, Superintendent.
RAILROAD COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily. ,
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Tiaiu No. 1 Lxiress,at6 A.M., connects via
ColuiiibusaadClevelaud, via Coiuutbiis, Crestline and
Pittsburgh, via Columbus, Stoiihenvlllu anil Pitts- .'
burgh, DetroitviaClevolandaud steamer. This Train
stops, between Cincinnati and Columbus, nt Love- '
laud, Iioertlold, Monow, Xeula, Cedai'villo, South
Charleston, Loudon and West JcfTerson. '
Second Tiaiu- No. 2 Express, at 8:311 A. M.,conneet
via Col iiml us, Bcllair aud Benwoud; Wheeling; via
Columbus, Stenhciirillenud Pittshnrg; viaOolunibua,
C estllne and Pittsburg: via Columbus aud Cleve
hniil; Detroit, via Clen.-land and steamer: W bite Hill-
phur Station, via Spriui;tlehl. This Train stops be '
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, at I'lainville, Mil
ford, Mliiinivllle, Loveland, Deerneld, Morrow, Cori
win, Spring Valley, Xctiiaaud London.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:40 P. 11., for
Columbus and Springfield.
Fourth rruiti Night Express, at lliaOP. M.J 00 a
tincts viaColuuibus, Bel lair aud Kenwood; Whee.luf, '
via Uoluiniiiis, Steuljunvillo aud Pittsburg; via Co
lumbus, Crestline and Pittsburg: via Columbus and
Cleveland. This train steps at Loveland, Morrow,
Corwlu, Xeniaand Loudon. BLEEPING CARS ON
No. 1 Express, through to Cleveland without changa
No. 2 Express, through to Wheeling without change
Tho NIGHT EXPBESS Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:30 P. 21., runs dally, except SATURDAYS. Tha ,
other Trains run daily , ox. vpl SUNDAYS.
For all information, and ihrotieh Tickets to llos
toti, New York, rhiladeleliln, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland.
rittBburg, Wheeling, aud all tho Eastern places,
apply at tho Offices, l ulniil Streot House, No. I Bur
net House, south-east corner of Broadway and Front '
streets, und at tho Eastern liepot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which Is seven ral
utes faster than Oinclonatl time.
I nrnivn o i.
m. vviinnvi (?iip r
Omnibuses cull forpassengors by leaving direction
aUhe Tlckot Ofirjbi. my!7 '
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST,
AND THE NORTHWEST, VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
Only One Chanye of Ikxrt bettceen Omeinrmti
Three PassongerTralnslonTt'UlnoIanati dally, froai
S:M) A. M Chteitao Mall arrives at Indianapolis at
10:3(1 A. M,.; Chicago at 7:26 V. M. This tiffin con.
nects with all night trains ou t of Chicago, for tha
West and North-west.
12:(Ki M. Torre Haute aiidLayfayette Accommoda
tion arrives at Indianapolis, nt fcno P. M making
direct connections at Indianapolis with Torre Haute
Trains and Indianapolis and Lniayetto trains for
Decatur, Springfield, Naples, tjulnoy, Hannibal aud
St. Joseph; also with Fern trains for Peru, Ft.Wayn
8:00 P.M. Chicago Express arrives t Indianapolis
at 10:30 P. 51.; Chicago at 7:40 A. i. Slaking close
connections at Chicago with all morning trains out
of Chicago. This train counsels at Iudinnapolis
with Terra Haute trains for all roiuts West anr
Bleeping cars are attached tc all the night trains
on this line, and run thtough to Chicago without
change of cars.
This is exclusively a Westorit and North-western
route, und with favorable and reliable arrangements
with all oonnectlng roads thiotighout tho entire
West, guarantees unusual care and Ihe amplest ac
commodations to the patrons ot this line.
Bo sure you are in I lie right ticket office before
yon purchase your tickets, and ask for tickets via
Lnwrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Faro the same as by any other route. Baggage
THROUGH T1CKKT8, good until used, oun lis ob
tained at the ticket offices, at Bpcnccr liouae Coiney,
north-east corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net House Corner; at the Vralnti'.-atrcot lluus,n,ud
at Depot qfli,oo, tuot of Mill, on Front street, where
all ncreutary information may bo had.
Omiiibusies mn to and from tacit train, and w
rail lot passengers nt all hotels and all parts of tha
city, b) leaving address at either office.
W. II. h. NOBLE,
mylO General Tlckot Agent
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
totoT.1'01 route lov
l'WO DAILY TUItOUQ II TRAINS leave Sixth street
Depot, at A. M. and 4:30 P. M.
SA. f -lNllIANAPnLlS.ST. LOUIS & CHICA
GO FAST EXPllF.SS.-'i'hrouKhdireet.iuakiiigclose
conuoctioiis fur al I other VV'esteruaud North-Meiitorn
tioiuts. This Train also connects at Richmond with
Oincinuati aud Chicago Roads, for Anderson, tfoko
niij Loifuusport. and all points ou Wabash Valley
'iViM'l'M.-lNllIANAPOLIS, OHICAGO & ST.
LOUISKIUIIT EI'nESS.-TTu above Trains make
clusu conuoctiiius at Indianapolis, Lafayntto and Chi.
cugw, with Triiiua for Torre Liiuilo, Spriugtleld, Rock
Island, liulosluirg, Keiu.sha, LKlrusse, Jacksonville,
Danville, Burliiiuton, Milwaukee, Mat toon, Naples,
Galena, Quiiicy, Prairie du Chlen, Pana, Peoria,
Dunlolth, ltncluti, Decatur, Uluorr.liigton, Jollet, La
Sallo.Bt. I'uul.aud all towns andcltios in the North
- Through Tickets given anl Baggage oheckea
For further I n formation and Through Tickets, ap.
Ely to Ticket Offices, north-east o.iruer ot Front nud
iroadway; No. 1A9 Walnut struct, near Fourth; at
south-east corner of Fourth and Vine street, or at
the Sixth-street Depot.
D. M. MORROW. Superintendent.
OniulbnaeswUlca.il far passengers by leaving their
nemos at either of the Ticket Ofncea.
1SK W H SMITH, feint.
' 13Cm ' 2NT.
(Successor to Mvr.BS t Co,) ' '"
Munufacturers and Wholesale Dealer!
IN - .'.'' i' '."
HIM AKD PLAIN CANDIES,
ttl MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI
j oTibTb ; o s b ii,
(successor to PiTra smith,)
At 36 West Fifth St.,
Hns ciinHtnntly on hanil a I.nrge Vnrlety al
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, CHINA,
FANCY BASKETS, ,i,
Fishing1 Tackle, Military Ooods,'itoH
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
AT VERV LOW PRICKS.
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