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THE PRESS:
..SEPTEHBUU. O1
Tl'KSlMY..
OmCK, 14 VEST FOUBTH-8TEIET.
COURAGE.
BY ALICE CAREY.
Knowing the right and truo,
Let the worbl su to you
Worst that It call;
Answer, dospito the blame,
Aiwwer, des.lto the stuiiuo,
I'll nut bo Ha my nam.,
I'll le s man.
Arined only with tho right,
Standing ulonc to ft e lit.
Wrong, old as time,
Holding up huuds to tioil,
Over thu rack ami rod,
Over tlm crimson mid,
That la sublime!
MosBrchs of old, at will
Parceled tlio world, but sf III
Crown way bo won:
Yet there are pilps I In! lit,
l'iUin:jali fear to fltuit.
Mi 'lUiuy fir trtiili mill ritfht
Whowillmouutcu';
A Bad Practice and a Bad Habit.
CV'jbctt, who lived for more than aycttr
tit llampstcad, fionr;' Island, use J some
times to tfill lauhabla stories at the ex
pense of the Quakers, some of -whom lived
in his neighborhood there. The author
of 'Kecofleotiuns of 51 r. Jay" a liath
clergyman, gives the following as received
from Cobbett's own lips:
1 was acquainted with a woll-dispoded
youiij; gentleman, of largo fortune, whose
imly fault was the hahitui'swearingbiich
a haliit that ho often declared that ho
tvuiild give half his fortune to got rid of it.
This desire came to the ears of a Quaker,
who thereupon luid an intorviow with tho
voung gentleman, and said
"I can cure thee 8f that bad habit."
Whereupon, tho youth caught hold of
the Quaker's hand, and gave it a hearty
shake, Buying
"llow can you perform, this miraclo?"
The reply was,
"1 can tell tlieo. I have heard that
thou art oin; this day to travel for a
period of cix week; thou art just my size;
nobody will know tlioc; thou islialt conic
to my house, put on tho cocked hat, the
coat wkhout buttons, tho knee-breeches
a ltd thu bhou-lmukles, and thou wilt lind
that tho straugciicatsof tue dress will have
such an effect on thee when thou art
going to talk, that it will restrain thee
from swearing as thou perhaps Lnowcst,
my good friend, that the Quakers never
swear."1
Tho young wan cheerfully assented to
the proposal, mid accompanied the Quaker
t 1; is house; where, niter changing his
chillies, he took his departure in the gnrli
of a (junker, and wsnt on his way rejoic
ing. The period of the young gentleman's
tour elapsed; tlio Quaker, all anxiety .started
to meot him. Having met him ho said,
"How art thou?"
Tiiy reply whh,
'Very well "
"llast thou owoin so much with that
dress on thee?"
The young man, rubbing tho slcovcs of
his coat, replied,
"Certainly not; but J feel a d d in-
uliaationto lie!"
A Tail Collector.
A gentleman fromNcw York, who had
been in Boston for tho purpose of collect
ing some money due him in tlmt city, was
about returning, when ho found that one
I 'ill of a hundred dollars had been ovcr
l.mkiiiL Ilis landlord, who knew the
debtor, thought it a doubtful enso, but
wlded that if ut all, a tall raw-boucd Yan
kee, then dunning a lodger in another
pare of the hall, would "worry it out" of
the same. Culling him up, therefore, lie
introduced him to the creditor, who
showed him tho account.
"Will, '.Squire," said he, '"taint much
use o' tryin', I guess. 1 know that critter.
You uiijiiit us well try to squeeze it out of
hunker Hill monument ns to c'lect a debt
out of him. Botany bow, '.Squire, what'll
j on give, posing 1 try.".
'"Well, sir, the bill is ono hundred dol
lars. I'll give you yes, 1 11 give you half
if you'll collect."
" 'Greed," replied the collector, "there's
no harm tryin', any way."
".Some weeks after the creditor chanced
to be in Boston, nnd walking up Treuiont
street,eucountered his enterprising friend.
"Looko' here," said he, " 'Squire, 1
hud considerable lack with that bill o'
yourn. You see I stuck to him lika a
dog to a root, but for the first week or so
'twun't no use; not a bit. If ho was at
home, he was short; if he wasn't at homo
I could get no satisfaction. By the by,
nays J. So I sat down on tho door step,
and sat all day and part of the evening,
and I began early next day; but about ten
o'clock he "gin in." He paidnicJiY half
and 1 gin him up the note!"
fc3Two kinds of witnesses are often
encountered in courts of justice tho un
willing witness, and the too-willing wit
noss. Hera is ono who doesn't seem to
i iiiuo under either category. The prose
cuting uttornoy thud addresses him: ".Mr.
J 'arks, state, if you please, whether the
defendant, to your knowledge, has eve;1
followed any profession." "He bus been
a professor ever sinoo I have known him."
"Ah! a professor of what?" "A professor
of religion." "You don't understand me,
Mr. Parks. What does ho do?" "Well,
generally what he pleases." "Tell the
Jury, Mr. Parks, what the defendant
follows." "(lentleincn of tho Jury, the
defendant follows tho crowd when they
;( to drink." "Mr. Parks, this kind of
j 're variation will not do here. Now,
state, sir, bow the defendant supports
himself." "I eaw hint last night support
ing.. himself against a lamp-post." "May
it please your Honor, this witness shows
an evident disposition to trh'lo with this
hmiorullo Court." The Court "Mr.
I'arks, state, if you kuow anything about
, yhiit the defendant's occupation is.
'i'S o Court, lut mo say, has no idea that
yda mean to be disingenuous." "Oceupa
.ign,odid"you say, air?" "Occupation,"
i.iswered the Judge. "Yes," echoed the
i. .tunnel. 'IWhilt is his occupation?" "If
I .tun j;ot mistaken, ho occupies a garret
somewhere in town." "That's nil, Mr.
I 'arks. I understand you to say that tho
ilrtendant is a professor of religion?"
die is.". "Docs ft is practice correspond
with his profession? ' . "1 never heard of
:tnycorrepondcnee,or letters of any kind."
"Voo sa'd 4omcthing about his propensity
for Jrinkuig.. Docshcdrink hard?'1 "Xo,
wr? I thLik ho drinks as easy as any
man I ever saw." "One more question,
Mr. 1'arks; you havo known this defendant
a long time. What arc his habits; loose
i r otherwise?" "The one he has got on
io, f think, is rather tight tinder the
arms; it is certainly too short-waisted for
the fashion." "You can take your eeat,
Hi. Parks."
ami mam
Cable, ind hia report i, nnhllihad in I th.i.
HUMOROUS.
BStfA pedairogiio had two pupils, Dick
and Tom. To ono he was very partial,
and to tho other very severe. One morn
ing it happened that both were lato, and
! were called to neoount for it. " i'ou must
I have heard tho bell, boys why did you
! not coiac'" "Please, sir," said his favor
ite, "1 was arcannn rum i vtus gumg
Margate, and I thought tho schooll-boll
was the eteauiboat-bell that I was going
iu." "Very well, Kir," (glud of any prq
toxt to excuse-his favorite.) "And now,
sir," turning to the other, "what havo you
to say?" "j'loaso, sir," said the puzzled
boy, "I was waiting to see Tom off."
B""IIallo, boy, did you boo a rabbit
Ttin across the road there just now?"
"A rabbit?''
"Yes! be quick! a rabbit!"
"Was it a k ind of a gray varmint?"
"Ves! yes! '
"A low: cretur, with a short tail?"
"Ves! be ouickiorhe'llgainhis burrow.
"Had it long!
Viw vi.it"
behind and big ears?
eirs
"And sort of iumos when it runs?"
V-7, .
" Yes, 1 tell vou, jumps when it runs?"
"Well, I ain't seen any such cretur
about these parts!"
frsTLouUa, to test the gallantry of her
admirer, presented him with an almond,
aud requested him to crack it for her. A.,
only too glad to do her bidding, took the
nut, and searching in vain for any other
means, cracked it with his teeth, and re
turned it to his inamorata, when tho fol
lowing bhort but pointed dialogue ensued:
"You havo very sharp teeth," remarked
his teaser, dryly. "Vo-y sharp, 1 assure
you," replied A". "Would you believe it
when a boy 1 used to amuse myself by
biting oil' the headsof birdsand chickens?"
"Oli, indeed, very probable," replied the
lady. "1 could havo guessed ns much; 1
think T can see some of their down upon
your upper li!" Our informant adds
that youn. A . t-t nmk a be J-liuo for a barber
shop, and Ikh never since attempted to
cultivate a inoustrtulie.
It is Acaixst the Law to Swim Hons
on Sl'xdiv iv tiii: I'iioo 1'ono. Thi.i i
not generally known, anil one Sabbath
morning a distinguished military gentle
man, who was walking on the Boston Com
mon, was rcpriinauded by a policeman,
because he suH'ered his dog to enter tho
water. "There," said Dogberry, 'don't
you see tho sign 'Dogs not allowed in the
water Sunday!' " "Yes," respondod the
Colonel, "but that's a d d illiterate
dog; he can't read." Tho policeman was
confounded; and it was not till one of the
detectives pointed it out that ho Baw the
military man's joke.
BSJ "Jim, J got awfully scared last
niiiht; did I tell you about it?"
'"No. How?"
"Why, you see, a cup of coffee was
handed" me so pale and thin that 1 thought
it was tho ghost of some I opset once,
when my mother caught me stealing meat
oil the gridiron.
E3y"If you call this skinning," says
Tom to the barber, "it is not so bad; but
if you call it shaving, 1 should prefer you
using tho other sido of tho razor."
Er3l'lensiires, while they Hatter a man,
stinr him to death.
The Creeds of the World.
Tho following classification tf the inhabit
ant? of the eitrth, according to crccJi, is made
by C. W. Dioturtcc, a ver.v thorough and
ourcful statistician nnd Director of tlio Statisti
cal Deportment of Berlin. Xakin the rtuwber
1,21111,000,111)0 as the total population of the
earih, ho classifies, theui us follow.:
Christians, 3:jj,U0U.OIl(l, ur 25.77 per cent.
Jews j.il0O,UU0, or 0 113 per cunt.
Asiatic rtligiujis, 600,1)00,000, or 40.15 per
cent.
.Muharanicibin. loO. 000,000, or 12 31 percent.
Pagans, 200,11011,0110, or 25.24) per cont.
TuTiil, 1,00,000,0110, 100 per cent.
The .W5,00(l,0l)(l of 0hriatian3 are again di
vided into
170.OUO.000 Roman Catholics, 50.7 per cent,
R'J,0Oil,Otlt) Protestants, 25.6 per cent.
70,000,1100 Greek Catholtos, 22.7 per cent.
Total, 335,000,000, 100 per cent.
LEGAL NOTICES.
fgKUSTKK'S OX MONDAY,
-- tholJtli !:iy uf Si-pu-mln-r. A. P. K11.1, at tlio
rotuiiilain Tlie O-mrt-liMtiip, in thdty nrCim'innaU,
at 12 o'clock M. uf eiai'l il iy, I will m-ll at iiMh: uuc-
uuii uu I'.iuuwmiT-iK'iiinr-eo n-ai wmio-VA;
. Luis tiiii'T"t M'VtMi ') mid L'ilit is; in Mjtinre
nuiulwr tlirt.-e ()yf plat 11, in I he tHitidivtaion of the
tt ttoof Diivia K. V'ili!, a riToniiil in Honk Ko.
117, pue llfi, uf the Hfionln of Hamilton County,
Vhvi. au'l fronting 1'iu'h twunty tlvoiUM feet on WeHt
era Cum I or Plmii-atrufr, mA running back tho
HHino wit! tli one liiimlreil and titty-tix feet three
iiichi" to I'rDvideiift-rjtnH't.
2. All ihi'Sa Mftof land vitiiRfn In tho city of Cin
cinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, ami licinar nuia
burcd nitity lMi, uincty-otie ('.!), ninety-two iV2) and
ninety-throe CO, in aqnam nimlr f.mr H), il tlio
8iitiiivisitn of lota ni;ulo by iioti-hkiHS Avery nnd
Cart r. ri'fwb-d in Hnk No. r9, iiat of the
KerurilH of Ilatnilton Ounnty, (MHo, mnl enfli of Hnid
ltita t runt in? twuniy-Sfvcn fet, making feet
in nil. on t!isoilli nidu of Monroe-trei:t. aiiri ix-
j t niiiii3 buck, im parullol lim-s ninety feel to an
all-.-i .
J ll. AUo tlf fnlWIp;, Hitiinte in Cincinnati, for
j ni'ilv in Mi More-It Tjwtnliip, In f-oclirxi .iiiiinl'Hr
i uinL't'-rn, il;iin T-jwu-hip numb'T tliro i:j,in thu
i B'cond t r;i'.tioii;il r inue in ill' Miami 1'nn lmie,bein
j di.ly-tl'iv'' o-U ('( t ati-I nix inclics in front on the
I northerly siitof t he 'inciuiiuti hijJ ilarrinon Turn
! nik'j Uuiol, anil rmmina lli?nco iirtii'.-rly;i'uur hnn-
irv IVift, tiun-e or Ikm, t tlie lainl of Jolm Uiddlo,
ricn.t lioiiU'b-d tm tlie cartt hy Hl'ttoiroiiinl conveyed
by Iteriiitritaii'tvifu to.kdin Hockney, November 3,
16 and on tho wst by a lut now or tut marly btjlong
iug to M.irk Atkins.
4. A1k tiiu fullowina, nltiiato in Cincinnati, Ham
ilton Omnly, and Stui) of Ohio, and Winn loin num
bered iwenty-tlirce llili ami tweniy-fuur,t2ti in Vude
ic Dudley n ai lit it iuii or Hiilidivinion of let s In ttuid
city, ait recordcil iu liook puyo M'J, uf the (lumil
tonUoiinty Itt-corda, suiti lutij twciity.three (23) and
twenty-four (il) In1 ins on t be south Hide of Poplar-strm-t,
west of Wenfri n-row; beinc eaeh twenty-livo
tJ.'.)IVtt in front on the aoiitli i.f l'uplur-ntri'it,
ami rutuiins b-u-k in pamllo lines no ut U ono-Ualf the
iliMtHiii!? from Hopl.ir to tMiver.ttrcct.
b. AUo, tlio fuilowiut! in Cihri'iiiatl, commoncinff
at a point on tho eoutli si-to of Cbirk'olnvt, 11110
htni'Iriil and tvviitv-tlirff Ivut ent f the nith
pa4t corner of ;lark aiot Kro'inmn-Bire-t; thu net)
noiilh at rilit niiinrt to tJhrk-rre"t, two It n ml red
mnl oim f"; tlienrein aa eatorly dir;etioii twnuty
ciulil ') fi'"t; thence in a nortlwrly direction mid
t:irallel with said wnt line at ik'ht antlee toClurk
htif. tt tw hniidred mid m l"t to (1:irk-Mireet;
tlienc'i wutti'iiy on thu Hunt h lino of (llnrk-street,
tWHiity-Hicbt 2S f -et to tlio bt ftinliiu;', beiiiK lot
iniiiibfrt'd thirty nine (."'.i in U. V. Tucker 'h ub
ilivif'ioii if too t'ntt'-r propmty, as recjnbd in book
iiumlifi Kivbt ft; in the division union g the hulrsof
tiMi t'Hlter, dt'CH d
t). A I ho, thn foil' wiiii? lot, h'i ti lato in Unntlltnn
!'iMiitv. uiri lii'intf lot niunln-red tlilrty-nitin on the
plat of siilntivisit.il of Avonilulo, in n.vid county,
10 'ov.led in I'lat Book Nu. 1, page uf the records
mid rouiry.
Title toall tlionb'ivo property pood; Palo peremp-t'-ry;
tcrnisciMli; Iktinjj thu naiiio property conveyed
totlioiuidtTMiKiii'il bvdu d of trust from Tho Ciricin
liftii and LhiniTo Ittilroai Company, July I, W4,
rooonlyd 111 liook No. 201. pacenj.
JiHtN'w. HMtllON, Trmteo,
Coi.mss St FTkrrox , Ati'ys, US W 'alnutnt. uiiiubtft
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
iJANlIFAUTURERS OF BAR, SHEET,
J.-JB. and Itoiler Iron, Plow Slabs, Hnilroad Spikes,
mo. niwi,io.TiJ'i.iriiit.B;iivin 1 ntuioii ni,r nans,
Uiireroomi o.
18 Kant tlcoond Btreet, Ciuclnuatl,
Onio.
19" All kinds fron ..nulfo ardor.
1(A
LANE It BOD LEY,
If AKUFACTURIER8 OF
Wood-Working Machinery,
AUD' CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
C orner John and Water tNCloRlnnntt.O.
an-lv
l J. titilLEU'S
IsiteJsior Fluid Inks.
Jlauufactory, 39 Vine St.
li
"TSehS;
art
of
SEWING MACHINES.
Sloat &CO.
Il
Li M 1 11 U 111 il v uiiiii u)
Cincinnati, Olllcc M Wrut Fourth street. ,
OV THOSEINXE'IING TO PURCHASE,
we desire a rorsoiiul Investigation of the com.
parativo merits of !licei Bolng M,ichinei with all
otliere iu the market.
uuU FUAJiK UKSBY, Agfnt.
G. C. KNIFFIN&CO.
DEALERS IN
Lsuhl, Welwler & Co.'s,
(Luto Uiint, Wobbler Cu.',)
SEWING MACHINES,
No. O WfMt Fomlli street, C'inclDiinti.
These Machines have beon steadily advantius la
impulur favor fur tuo past yoar, undare nuwcelteiiud
by all who havo given tucm a trial as the "Ne Tine
Ultra" of Sewing Uacliliwa. Tho otenncse and rcg
uUritr, and tightness ofatitch made by thcui, hu,
niorethan anything else, tended to thiarosult. Added
to tlii la the undeniable Tact of their simplicity and
eaie of management, tlwre being no band or cog
wheoln, as In nonie Machines, or loather pads and
crooked needles, as In others. Ihnyconinieud thvia
elves to the droua-umkor by the regularity of the
feeding urinnconiont, which never puckers or tears
the work, by the uniformity of stitch alike on both
aides of the fabric, fcy their nolsclcssnoss aud rnpidl
tyj to the tailor by their great strength aud durabili
ty, tli?!itiicn of utitch and 5iipacily for uniug linen
thread; lo fuuiillis, by tho combination-of all these
n"nlitu8. Send lor a circular and sample of Work,
Jt-t .
GROVE K & 13 A K E K
SEWING MACHINE CO.
13 WEST FOURTH 8TBEET,
(JuicinildtL;
ft S AN EVIDENCE OF TUE SUPERIOK
Im. ITV of (lie MaclilneH niiiinifactiiri'd by the Gro
or and Hiker ScvviiiR Jl:icliiuo Co., tlit-y ti;ivo over
jumi in daily we in iiinmilactnrii'S, ork-hnps a'ld
Ciuiilies. 1'ublie putrou:io is th O'-it evi'ii oof
merit. Tlieae Slarliliuw, alike vleliirionn over pioju
lieemidcouipoiitioii, now jiwtly enjuy niorx miivur
vil Imor th.in has t-ver been bestn-cd upon any
Si-HiiiK Murliiiie. , , , .
MiiiiiiLiitHriiiu' Miu'lilnes iii.ikint the shuttle
jtiti-li, and K:nuily Jlnchlii'"" "niMni! tiHcl"lirted
OnutT it l!.il;i-r.'iiii'li. I'l'-'V Oilli uoit putl"rii, v.irj
Ingiu price fr..m l SI-1-"1; .l.wrij.tfve cirenlsrs of
aiuliiinniiiiil illii'tHiiioneofMio stitch, can bo had
on iipplicatiou, by letter or uluvrwise.
SISGEU'S MACHINES.
Pri'rs Reduced la 950, 915, 91 10 and"
Singer's New Finally Scwlna iilnrhlnp)
The price of which Is only (jvi, in a lleht andpli-cant-ly
decorated fllnchinc, capable of pert', rmlnjf, iu the
bet stvle, nil theseulngof a private lainily.
MliiK.'r'n Tritnitvci'MO Miuttlo Machine,
Toliesolil at ?7:', Im Mnidilnr entirely new In itu ir
raiiKemeiit; It vevv tii niitlfnl, moves rapidly end
very eHBily, and, fir family use and Unlit muiiufic
tnring piirn"... ii the verv l'st arid cheapost Ma
chine svor offered to tho uiiblio.
Xliisnf'H No. I Stnmliird Slitillle IKiicliinr,
Formerlv fluid at fi'A but rmw reduced to Sun, la
known all over tho world, livery sort of work ceo
tiodiinn with it.
Ninaer' No. 't Sliindurd Shuttle !ttncli!nr,
Tills in tlio f ivorlte maiinfiiotitrini,' Machine evury.
wlicro Prlee, wilb tablo complete, tflii.
drSoud for a Olrnilur.
JAM 13 $ SKARDON,
Aent for J. M. Singer 4 On,
No. 8 F.iml Kuurtli streer,
jeU-f UISCIHNAT1, OHIO.
LESTER'S SEWING MACHINES.
WOULD EESPECTFULLY INFORM
the Bowinu pulilie that 1 uiu the nolo uutlor!;.ed
Agent for the sale cf the
li ESTER'S nil'ItOVED SHUTTLE
And beinirwellaC'iUrtiiiied with iNnierils, and faiiill
lr u'ith its fipi-iMtmn. I leel cnntideiit that those m
want of hik'Ii Miiartleic, will Hive il prclereuco over
all othi-rii now bi-foro tlnj puMic.
I deem it iinnec-8-ii-y t i fiianierHto all it"advan-tastt-s,
as tlK.-c wlio uiay wieii lo p-ir'tni'i' will proba
bly pref-'r ti Hntlifv theninelves by personal inspec
tion, which tltey nnydn liv i-allii'ff tit
.No. IU Went foni'ili sti-ect.
RifJ'Porsiiiirt piirchasiii Lester's SevviuK Machine
wili receive prurtirtil insinioliniiB upon theiu frceol
charse. All inachiiies v.-iirr.uiteil. .
WILLI M I.APIIAM, Agent.
ho. 93 West Fourth street, directly
Jy-tH
Opposite Post Olllce.
EVENS'
MANUIi'ACjTIMNU
SEWING MACHINE.
I believe 1 make the best Lock-stitch Sowing Ma
chines, in the world. If the purcb user does nut think
o after six mouths trial, I will refund yon the
$60 JLNT $lXO,
Price qi' Machines.
OPrirE AND HM5 B(K1MH-Dimctly on tho
Ninthwfit corner Main and Fuurtb Mtrcuttt, uvcr
Uweu i) Jewelry ustablioliinciil.
IWAll kindH f f'"vinir-Ma'.i)iii"!t repaired, orul
liubt machinery manufactured, at the i-Vluo'i io7
Wtil tint-Hi reet, coi ner AV'alniU and I'itth.
KiTAcents wanted in uthi'r riti'-s to wil niy Scw-
Addrc.j, l: JiVAS, Jr.,
i irii-in-
nati, O.
aiui
(iUAhTJt CITY:
wo Tlirciided Double, lock Tiubt SUtoli
$20 ' .
ALSO THE VERNON
Same Stitch, two tUm, price S:).,.00 and HI 1 0,0(1.
rlia very latent iiivenlioii ami the iinut nuikidossnad
perroctriiniiliinninchinoextiint. 'i'ho aiiove nniied
nun tune in.ili.. thu same stitidi, dually aswellns
liii'Jur tivleid i.iioh. On tluMi.iintchiiioB weupply tlm
only lleiuim r tint w ill turn nny width of hem-it in
tlm only one iu tlio iiuuki-t that is ii'ljiiHtnblo tofobl
any width t hem, with any thickuera uf cloth.
IVrsons rishlini; in tl.e country wlsliiim suiuplos,
or iiifonuntiou, by iuclosiuii 3c, stamp, will roccivo
prompt atuiiliou-
I.ocul iiKonls wanted in all tho ebbs and towns iu
Ohio. Addiess a. A. JJiMv.S, AkciH,
1'. O. Ib.x Ifili);
Or call at Dean Swift's Watch nnd Jewelry Htore,
1-V7 Main street, 2d door above fourth, (Jiiiciimati,
Ohio. jylo-amt
MOWE'S SGWUti i-lACIIISES,
E. HOWE, Jr., Patentee of tho original Bewlng
Machine.)
FOlt FAMILY U8E AND ftlAMUFAC'Ttlt.
I.NO PUitl'OSIM.
The Family Harhlnos are well adapted for tailora'
urn,, or suiter littiiiij. lb,wo Cylinder Machines,
for all leather slitvhlui;, hove alwavs held h reputa
tion far above snv otbr. The public aie desired to
examine, uud purchase whom hunt snlird.
u , . .tA. T. JACKSON, Aacnt.
No. 19 West Fourth ;treot, in M'Crackeu's Knr
ishinx store, Oiuciiiiia.1,0. niyo
FRONT-STREET PACT0R.Y
LUMBER DEPOT,
Ko. 1C.7 East Front Btreetj bet, Tike and Bntler-Bt's,
HAVING riTXEDUPTUE PREMISES
with the iiiont iinnri.v,.il lifml i,rn..lni.i.M. t
inn prepaml to furnish, at short tuition, tall klnds'of
.iniiBOHii'i rieuiiiuoni, i iii-p"iiieratii. Joiner s work.
Hash, lillnds, lloors, Frameii and " oidinfrx, of nil
descriptions. Rieanilioiit l,ituiber, Weal her-bunrd-n,
ti'ilngliis, Billing, Floorlinj. kept constantly
on band. Particular attention puid to plaiiinu, rin
pingand scroll sawine. Heavy frainiinr luiiihor ckii
eplanoilnnd trued m feet lonK.and t inches wide.
Persons about to build, will fin
id It to tlilr atlviiu-
tage to el ve mo a call.
au22-Lm
WM, JONBH,
1'ropriotor.a
Church and W ni. Al. rWrs.' ' atiiTanrr
stfcfV
MISCELLANEOUS.
t
TnE0LDU02IINI0iN
DOJP2P337I2
r' ':"'AND : 'i
T E A POT.
UT SIUll'S
SELF-SALUG
FRUIT CANS
AND
J" -A. DEI JB ,
Tho host now In use and all prepared for Soaliug.
Vll A TT'8
PATENT
Self-Ventilating
MILK- PAN"'
Tim srenlest Invention yet. Every house-keeper
ehould nnveone. ..
AUTUrjB, BURNHAU 4 C1UIOY,
Manufacturers of Patent Artlclo.
OTTTrado Depot for the West,
21 East Pearl street, Cincinnati. .
JOHEFII R. CltEEN, Acent.
nr -eml for a trade Uircnlnr. anl
VTt B. DODDS,
Foi tuoily ol Hall, Dodds 4 Co.; late Orban, D'.-ddi &, Oc.
W. 5. E)Ms & Co.,
MAMrACU'UEUS 07 Till
OONORETI3
Fire and Burglar ' Proof
8. W. Corner f Vine V Second Streets,
Thla ts the mmi reliable FlTtK AND KTJ BO LA
PK()tF 8AKK that la made iu the United Stnte3,ond
Is wivrrnul-.-d perfectly fine from damp, (.'an be sold
at If.wer prices, iiud is of bjtter woikiuouslnp than
coil bo found oUswltcro.
We havo a lare .."nirtmei t on hand, mil are de
termined to sell at prices that cannot fail to plenJlo.
49 1 d r4 nivH
T-ikjn l.i xoltnR. !Kt!(N 0-llANll
wu h on linnd at ixtroM'dy low pntw.
BAl'IGS al-
. RO O F I N G .
Saltousiairs Fire and .l ater Troof,
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC
COATING FOR ROOFS.
rwinE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
. flouting for Metnl Roofs, or liny Iron Work ex
posed in nno. Wan intcd to willisiund tho aavermt
teiite ef Heat. Cold, Hain, or SulpHiirlo Arid, and ro
iimin perfectly inip ivions to uter. It will not
metl.cr irk, w.ish orsciilooff. lror new, old, leaky
niotul roofs, or for niuvas roofs, it it Ml per cent,
chenper than any ottior coating. All orders accom
nauied willi the rash or satihlio-tory references, wil
dr. promptly filled, in nny unsold territory Soutliniid
Went of New- York and Penusylviinia. For further
iu.ornm.ion, apply to ROV3 V CO..
Sole ProprietorHiimi Manufacturers,
13 West Second st met, Cincinnati, Ohio.
JC7-I 103 l
L. N. ViN,
H. V. BAUIllMlBn.
VAN & BAKKINGER,
llannfacturer of
Van's Celehrawd Tatfiit Combined
COOKING STOVES,
For WOOD or COAL. The jwwt convonlont, eco
noiuicnl iuid iIhthU Cookfn? Stove ever myontuil,
for HtuatiiboatA, Uotela, J'Hliiraiits nrnl Privnte
Iloutan. CackiiiR auJ wttt'-r for wanh and
l.atii room, in larft (iiiuntitlua, in any adjoining
apartment by tho nam) tiro.
Wardrooms, no Mala St., Cincinnati
G& Ultrhts to manufacture find soil thonn BTOT3E8
may ui!Curon on appucnuoii t uw pivyuvwim
thir w;rcruoinB. ;
Gas Fixtures,
at s?r:s5iTi:s) prices.
HTSTEIfAVEON I1AXD THE LAEGEST
V variety nnd lust sclecled ai-nortuient ol Oas
FiiHirc in Clim-iniia'l, ponslHiiiiRof ail thut Is new
or deniable ill thoCas Fixture li'i,'1. t , .
u... !.ri iii.r i.vitv l.'ixtnt'H w 11 rpII to he poiml. oern
iu nmterial unit liiib.li, to any that is Bold in thiso
..11,,, r ,1,1. rlt.. t nml In lelditioli will eunrnnt J
them to retnln their color and remain pi-rfict foi-tlv
years rrom tne nine inej an- pm op i' us.
CVill..e,ttndeian,.,.e,ii,.i,.,l.Y &
jy21-om lf.3 Main street, near fourth.
rnHli "OUTCAST 1-XASTIC ME
JL 1'ALLIC HOOKING" Is ottered to the puMio
as tlm best end ollenpest Molal Roof now lined, its
merits tested by un exeeri nee et years in tins city
m.d vicinity. Applied to tint or steep, old or new
buildings. So solder iis-d-fe.-teiied si curcly Viitlf
..it, ... mri. tit the nrttiin of the elenlroitH.
rV.p.ired sheets, l oxcd for shipment to any part of
the i nited Ktales, can no npplie.l ny any ono wun
ordinary luecuiiu.tal akin. Oii.-r,- p'onipi ly niieu.
CALDW KLL .V t)t),
jylii.tf .fl.t t hatSociinil atreet.
ISerrell'a Slackberry Anodyne.
f SUITS IIEDICIKE IS OFFEIIED TO THE
JL public an one of the bent, if not the very best med-
.cluettiat nas ever neeu iiivi.mi.ii ei vinnnr.,ui
rk.PlV Ito.ll.VIIA lint anti'M. ittid all other derninre-
m.mtsnf the Ktoiniirh and UiKestivo Orxuns, whioh
aroBoprevalantiuid fatal ia our roiintry iwrrecln
tboderanced conditlen of the blvor:alla)8 orvouB
In-itntions.siioU us is rained by li-otliinir, Bivea
tnno and healthy uctl.ni to the boW'ls.and withal, is
pleasant to take. lygl-bnit
BRANDY AND GIN COCKTAIL. John
Hull's would call the ntteution of saloon and
hot"! proprietors, to hit snoerhir llrandy uud liln
i!i.ekti.;i. Tbev are miide from tho test brandy and
Kin, mnl aruu.sliiii.-ilnly flavored. 'I hoy are superior
in urn ill nant .ImKInn tli-.t tins o.en nonie. r
sale, wholesale and ruluil, Ntiliou:1 Theater llutlif
Mil, tycaiuoie-uiu'ei.. ao
DRS. B. EHRM AN & W. C. LEECH.
JIOJIttKll'ATIMSTS.
OFPIOK SO, 4U SEVENTH HTREUT.
Oflice hours from A. 31., 1 to 3, aud 7 to 9, P.M.
j).i-ui
CHAMPAJKiMiJ U1X11S.
ii ri -aEENSEAV
JT ''XUPEUIAL."
"CABIN-ET,"
"lJfc;lDIK(JK,,
And otherfavorite hrnuda, aonstnntly on lmnil.
K. 11. W. 11. OOLKMAV,
o21 & uud li Hornet House Uuthlliiff.
CJ.AKETS! CLARETS 1 1
E
HAVE UECEIVED
1)111 Cases St. Jtilliii Clan t.
Which we otlor at a tnmll ailvuncu.
K. F. A W. It. COLI-'MAN,
jo21 ' fi and 6 llurnel lluima Unililing
TOIIiET SOAP.
f 6 ROSS TOILET SOAP,
tlVf O On conslcnnient, very low.
Hotels, ItoanlinH-lloufon aud families would dc
w.lltexa.i.ietbeKS...ck. w d ((M5MAfi
Jn2! a ndlturnet Ilou.o Hiilbliin.
Money! itloiicyt Itloiacy!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
lt,SONEY LOANED ON WATCnS, JEW
1"j3 EI.UY and all kinds of Morchiiridiim, at low
rate of Interest, nt No. 6" West Hixtli itreut, he
tween Walnut & Vine. 21 1
MEDICATED STRENGTHENING
fLASTKKH. Tlicse Plastors nro vxcvllenl
reiuut ios la cases of pain ami weakness in the side,
breast or back ; ulso, iu rhouinat ie attoetio!ii,citii.'ha,
ostliuiajSpraius, bruises, and kidney or st.iual iillec.
tions. The Arnica, Gulbanum, Pitch, Poor Maiii
and Hemlock Plasters, nro manufactured of variom
stftee, on kid or cloth, and Poor Ainu's on paper, hyS.
A. QUI K KITH, aud supplied to dealers aud drit'teutt
on ns coodjermi as nny mafrun..hirers liitbe U. e.'f
Iaim-if t of wish a oood dod
A ble-Threaded Family Sowing Miicliine; which
for praet ieal use can not b sitrpassed, cab nt No.
Carlinle lliiildinr, encond story, corm-r Konrtb and
Walnut, and see "Novelty," Union's Patent, the on
Machine that can be used wllb either a single ordou
hle thread. Ills the best Machine made, and nover
breaks needles. Call and Bouit.ersend for Circular
CEd specimen of work. F. T. CCLKMAN,
Hole Agont for the West and south-west.
No. 119 Main-street, below 1'otii th.
; A...
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I)
MISCELLANEOUS.'-
BY
8 T ATE
AVIHOEXTY.
. t
.St .
ncorponitnl 1819. Charter Perpfttual
Bti3rA(ncirPBtab1.hodln''inciiinRtiin 1 W2,V an
te latin k all nrfneut local IiifliinuicHi'omputiiuani
Ai?oi.rfm in the Trifi'.irHiice Im.sfi III thiHcitv. ii'.l
yearrt coustunt duty liovo, coiahiiK'tl with wealth, ox
porli'iirn, pntt'rpriio ami llljonillty, ospcrf'illy com
m vml the 4iTMA InMir.inre (jMinpany l tho favora
blc idtronii'.:o (tf this toni!nunil.v BluudtiiR Hulitary
nn'lnlono tho fi'ito niirvivitr an'i living pioucor of
t:juclnuitU ulU, rwiituinoi
Cash Capital JW1.0 00,000.
AHSOl.l'TK AND UNIMPAIftKD.I W1TIIA
siiiti'iiis of $i,d3i,l!i:i o.
And the pre-:tl,'eof'.ilyiui-sMicueesaudexioricuce.
1NVKSTMKNT8 OP
Over $1 0(1,000 la Ohio Sfcurilias;
lirtVAKIl OK!?lli,fllK,000, 1.O.iKS
Iliivo been p iwl by theAina Insiinuico Companyln
tne pnsi -I if yenrn.
Kiv ..lid fnlnnil NnvluiLiion. Bisks acccDiod
at terms coimlatuiil with solvency and liilr profits,
kspei-iai ntteution given to liisurauro of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms f 1 tn.tyenrs.
Application made to any duly authorized Aient
promptly atti nded to. by strietwitvtition to a legit
imate Imuran, o bin'tiesH, thisOoinpany Is euaMed
toolfnrbutliiiidemiiily for the past mid accuiltyfor
the future. J'rti le-. lasniii witnoutiiviay ny
J AS. 1J. CAIllHll, AKeut, SSU. 10 liulu sirc-ul.
A. V. PATCH. AHsislunt Aaeiit.
11. K. LI NOSEY, Anent 1 VI Vinn slroet.
J.J. UOOKElt, Agent, Kultou, 171 li Ward. nui
THREE-FOUR THS
or inn
PROFITS OF THE BUSINESS
PIVIUKI) AKKCAILY
TO
POLICY-HOLDERS.
Su. .-
"r. yV
rne
1 1
A l r l "OTn
t
IS WALL STKEET, NEW YOniv.
CASH CAPITA I !.00,000 CO
ASSETS, July 1, 1S5! I)05,f!Sl S i
LIABIMTIK"! 16,514 37
rVAUF, ATTENTION 0T" TIIK COHJIH.
JL NITY is re-peeliully cIIeil In tho following
features in coniiei-ii.ui willithis t oni .imy:
h-.,.'. ! .nuiifiinr tn hum i mti.iH, v. nil, 0.1,1.1...
nu.,.. ! n ii" 11:11 11.1 -aiiro 1.011 110 v aie iiiiiiiiin-.i,
with 1 be additional iiilviiiiiiiRontiordeil in Iho'C-urity
ni...,. i,v mi iininl.i mnl n li.'hle I'ash ( !i niml-a fea
ture not present idi.y.. rd liuiry Mutual l it" Insurance
lap.itll.'ri. 1 ne .1 n lill't'OS 10 cue 11, If. '.'.a, toieoi. uv
clireiliiitoa folniw;:
First IHvlsnn to P. licy-lloldors, IM7, S.V, per cent,
in. uml 1I0. ... 110. 1 .'. o"
Vbird do. do. do. ls.v.1. M "
Kr. ,iviThe sernritv irtren. vrh ich Is already larae
will I'oaatnntlv iiu reiHo ith etodi year of suci'en.'ii
,.n..,,iti,,ns Tlilu U evblbileil 1,-lirl ill tlio li, llow.
inHialeiiieiit,slio'iiiK the posit inn of tlm Company
in each year siurv I lie new system iw aunpi.
July. i!W. Net Aswlsof tie Company, S'T".SiVt 13
.1 ' .1 I'.il.7t..l
! " " 7ol,!SK .12
l:i. Cnwa Assets. " m".,r.sl M
11 " Liahililies l,'ll
Tincn-Tliii Insiireil Incur no lltiliilily whatever.
whi lo obtaining I licsoudvniitiucesrif superior soeurity
nod rho.pneps. Hl.'i. T. Jjni-r., i reaiuein.
II. 11. Lamport, fecretsry.
Oviu s I'lii'ti, Assistunt Secn-fciry.
SAIS'L E. MACK & Co., Agouti,
a5 IVest Tlilnl-Ntret'l, I'iiiciuimU.
(anSii-aiii
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
EsBiporfant fiaiprovcmei&f!
WELLS' P TENT
II el)lif1
il
WEIGHS OiLY C5 LttSI M ANCFAOTCRKD,
WHOLKSALE AND RETAIL, DY
jy21-m Hvcamore street, below Fifth
1 . IS .J'l'jJriL-r
W1 !- ;'.; -. iir.'.;
mm
mm
mm
milF! MOST 15 P.I.I A 1! X.V. FIRR A Ni)
JL UI'llciiAfl PIIUOF s A FKrt.-Tliey Imvoalveu
mors setli I'io lion than imy olio r no'.v in nse.
WeoMei aiii.r.l iflCTIi T HOfsA N DOT,.
IjAUH ti uov perMjn that. can. up lo lb:- t'l VV,'"
time, showa single instenrv v.lierein they bin u lulled
to nreservo Itn-ir eoiiuiits. .
Willi this SAKH we clmlkmiw nil (oinpetilloii, us
beinathe best Kiro Proof, llarulm- Proof, or n
and llurnlar Proof now io:n .; and are willlmt to
test with any I'.itabliahinoiit in tho Union, end Iho
party railing fust, to l .rlcit to thu oilier, theeutu
We'arn prepared tofuniinh n butler Sure, and al less
cost, lhau uny other liiantifacliner in llie United
Slate. . , ,'
Second-hand Safes nfothor makers, alto en hand.
Verospcclfully invito I lie public, to call aud exam
ine our stock before piifi'liaaliu; elwewbero.
IIALL, (!RK01,L CO.,
ntutl2-ayt Nos. U and 17 Fast Columbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, lilicns Cholic, and
ALL PAINS Lf TUE 8T0MACU & BOWELS.
' made by GEO. 8. MGIIT,
WHOLESALE DltUGQIKT, CINCINNATI,
FOlt WALK BY JOITN D. rAnK, HUIKR, KCK
STINKA CO., nud Drucsists Kcnornlly. Order left
at Williamson Uatviklii, ko. 41 Walnut street
will be attended to. aul3-tnovl
I. X. 1.
M. XT S "X" -A. DF2. X
AKTEK MANY YEARS OF PRACTICAL
oxporlenco in the art of Mintaiil-maklmt, the
proprietors oiler Iho above brand ol Musiurd to the
public, suaranti'i'iiiK It n utrlctly puro article, miinn.
factiired from tho best iiuallty of seed, carnfiilly w
li cted with the de-lcn of nroducinua Mustard bU I'M
liloit IN KI.AViilt AND PUNtiBNCY TO ANY
NOW IN VtiK. We hove no hesitation hi saying
Ibntnll lovers of good .Mustard will find the I. X.
tube that which they so frequently fail lo obtain,
MUSTARD THAT MUSTARD.
WOftian proniptly tilled. 1
HARRISON 4 WILSON,
je!4 ' 00 anil IUI Wulnut-street.
COMPOSITION HOOI-'l.VG. ,
TIIE nmlorslgnod Ib prcnarerl to put on
Composition Hoof of tlio host quallly at short
notice.
(Hike In JAB. Ttrace'a Carriage EopoBltory, cor
it.p Third still Vino.
Hoofing uiak-rial cnnstanlly on hand, nnd for
sale. (jy27-3in; J, N. hOitLK,
A Vit-
i -if- m
ml
RAILROADS.
JUNE 20. 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
RAILROAD
s
AOUB
DAILY TRAINS LEAVE MB
I Llvll...fh.rt II.. ...
Trains run throtiKli to Indlsnasolls. Iiima. Ban-
dusky and Cleveland without changu of oars.
- Thrnuan Tickets for all Kastern, Western, North-
ern and North-western cities. . i
t A. ,11 U.Yl'ii ! rasij cuoi unions time,
n'hif.1, iKki'Vi.n miliulesfiult. r luull OillobinutU Kor
(jh'Veland uud I'lllsbiirn, via Helawnrc, nmkes close,
connection at thectlino for l'itisburtf, Itaitimoru,
I'liilailelplila and New yoric; aim at i leveianu lor :
Tii.oltirk. Initiilo. boston and ew York. Also.coii
uoctsut Dayton with Dayton and Jlichican Hoadfor
Troy, Plana, Sidney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, tort
vinyueunu I'mcago, rftncinns ion-no a. -i;.o, xeiru..
at ii:ii, and UnicaKo at 1:21) P. M., ynincy aud (ialenn
at 7 A.M. Also, at Daylon witliOreenvilloaud Wiaml
lluad, for Urcouvlllo, Union, Winchester nnd Slim
ele. Also, connects at liichinond with Indiana Cen.
trnl Itoad.for Indianapolis. lialoyetto,Hiicugo.Terro
ii auto, m. Louis, anu all wouiern cinee. aiiw, iu
Itichinond with Cincinnati and ChiiaKo Itoad, for
j tiui. -nu, nu.uuiu H(1 'in'u. man, iaiiiiievi. n
Junction linilronilat IIiLinilt.-n for Oxford,
1 .. .1. - .... I 11. ,1.. ......Mu with
S A. M. ilIAIL TRAIN lor Dayton. Borinc-
field and iSimduiky Oiiiiuecfs at ftindiiRky with
H I KAJlHKlorliKTItOITiat UltllANAforCOLUBI-
IUIH: at Forest wub Pitubiirs. t ort M avnoandUui-
wo Koad, lOat and West; nt (Hyde with 0. and To
ledo Itoad f.u CIimiI ,bJ and Miitli.lo, Toledo, Detroit
auri l.'liic .KO. Tills train nlso eoiiiiee's at IIKLA-
WAltr; Willi tlio i;., u. i l. noun tor Cleveland anil
points Ku-t;. oIi.ocodihj'Iii at llamutou uLh Juuctiou .
Hiiilroad for Oxford.
4t.'0 1. ill. TRAIN-For Dayton. Bnrlngfloia
and ISiindnsky Connects st Forest with Pittsburg,
port vvuyne ana niiicuuo ttosn, r.ast anil went: at
Clyde with 0. ami Toledo lloail for Cleveland aim buf
falo, Toledo. Detroit andtJIilcnco, Also, connects at
Hichmoud lor (ndlaiiHDolln. Terro Haute, til. bonis
and Chieugo. Abo, connects with Junction Railroad
at Hamilton inri'xiorii.
1. ,11. Tit Al X-Vor Duyton, Troy, l'iiiua, Hid
lie y, l.iioii, Toledo, Detroit, t'oit W'uyne uud Chl
cuuo. reaoliinit Chicago at 8 A. 111.
(UT The Hand 8 A. M. trains connect at Clovoland
with steamers for Buftalo.
ror furtlier lu.oriiiuliou and Tickets, apply at the
Ticket offices nortli-cust corner Front aud Dread
way; Ko. n w nluut-street, near tiltison Douse; at
tlio new Ticket Olllco. on the west sido cf Viue-stroet.
between Postollicu and (lumet House; nt the Walnti'
Mtreet House, or at the SUtli-streot Depot.
auia u. siuija.iii.7i, Biipurinienneni.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Traiiis IDaily.
THREE TUHOUuHl EXPRESS TRAINS.
Klrsr Tialn No. I Lxnress. at ft A. HI., connecta via
Ooliimlius and Cloveliind, via Columbus, Creel line and
Pittsburgh, via Colimi.ius, btoiitiouviue aim ruts
biirrrh, lletroitviat b velaiKjaiuUtoanier. This Train
stops, but(en Ciacinnatl and CohliiHins. at Love,
laud, Peerliold, ilonow, Xonia, (Jedaivlllo, Bout..
Charleston, Loudon anil West Jelfei son.
Si rood nam no. 3 hxprisri, at icsua. M.,ronnoeia ,
via ijoliinibus, Beilulr uud llenwoeil; VVhecliitfi; via
Columbus, I'toiil envllb-nntl I'il tsbiii R; viaColtimbiH,
Crcllino and i'lttufnii-ir: n Coliinihns and Clevo
la ml; Detroit, via Cleveland and sfenmer; N Idle 8ttl.
pliur Mation, via Kpriunlleld. Thin Truiu stops bo
tween t.'iiiciniinti and Columbus, nt Phdnvlllo, Mil.
ford, III iainiville, Lovclnnd, Doerlleld, Morrow, Cor.
win, Spring Valley, Xeitlu and London.
'J'bini Train Acceiuuieuativn, at smu r. at., lor
Columbus nnd Springfield.
Fourth Truiu KiKht Etpress, nt 11:30 P.M.; con
nects vinOolumltus, llelluirand Benwood; Wheeling
via (Jolunibns. riteiibenvlllo and PittsburHi via Co.
Iiimhua, Crestline and Pitlsburg: viaColuuiluis nud
Clovol.ind. 'i bis train stei'S at Loveliind, Morrow,
Oorwiit, Xcnlanud London. bLKKPiliO OAKS Oct
THIS TltAIN.
No. 1 tipreas, through toClevolandwilhoutchajigs
of ears.
N0.2 Express, throustt to Whecllna wttuont change
of cars.
The KIOIIT KXl JtKSS Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:30 P. M.,rims duily, except SATURDAYS. The
other Trains run daily, except SUNDAYS.
For nil information, anil lliloiiKh Tickets to Bos
ton, New York. Philadelphia, llaltiniore, WnshinK
ton, linll'alo, Mimilrl Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
PittsbuiK, Vhe..inH. and ail the Kastern places,
apply at the OIKces, Vt alnul Street House, Ko. 1 llur-111-t
llousu, south-east corner uf Broadway and Front
streets, nnd at the Kasteru Depot.
Trains run by Columbus timo, which la levonnilu
ntcs faster than Cincinnati tiaie.
J. DUltAMD, sup't.
flmnllin.ag nail fni" (....un onr. litf l.tAvi na ifirAi-.t inn
at tho Ticket Ollicos. uyl7
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 of ( 'art between Cincinnati
and Chicago.
Three Paa'cnserTraiinlonveClpqinnatldully, from
thofnnt of Mill and Front streets.
b:M A. M. ClilcaKO Mail arrives at Inriltinnsolle at
10:30 A. M.j (Ihii'iiKO nt 7:2S V.M. This tiffin con.
nocts with nil night trait s on tof Chicago, for the
West and North-west.
12:00 M. Terre Haute and Layfayotte Acconunoda
tlou arrives at Indianapolis, ut roll I P.M., maliiim
direct connections at ludi innpidis with Ton e Uatite
Trniiis uud Indliiniipiilis and bntiiyette trains for
Decutur, SpriiiKtleld, Naples, tininey Ilnunibalaiid
St. Josopli; also w ith Peru trains for Pern, Ft. Wayne
and Toledo.
o:(m P.M. Chlcaco ICxpiess arrives at Indianapolii
at lfl:3ll P. 21.; Chiengo at 7:411 A.M. Making close
connections at Chicago with all iiiornlnx trains out
of CblciVKO. This train coni.ects at iDdiannpolis
with Trre Haute trains for all points West and
Northwest.
Bleopinx cars are attached tc all (he nlsbt trains
on this lino, aud run thiouxli to I'hicugu without
chauee of cars.
This is exclusively a Western nnd North-western
route, and with fuvorablo and roliuldo arrangement,
with all connect!"? roads tliioiiRlioitt the entire
West, guarantees unusual care nud the amplest ao
conimodations to lite pations ol this line.
HT lie sure you are in the right ticket office before
yon pnrcliaso your tickets, and ask for ticket, via
Lawrencoburg aud ludiuiiapolts.
Fare the same as by any othor route. Baggage
chocked throiurh. ... . .
TH KOUUU TICKFT8, good until used, can bo ob
tained at the ticket oflices, at Spencer Uotise Corner,
north-east corner Broadway and Front; No. I Ilur
net Ilotiso f'orner; at the VValnnt -street House, and
at Depot oMlci.,foot of Mill, on Front street, whore
all necessary information may bo had.
Oinnlbiisse, run to and from loch Ivaln, and w
call tot pussnuAorH at all hotel, and all parts of the
city, b) leavlns address ateithsi-office.
W. II. 1. NOBLE,
BiylO General Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
Great Through Koute for
ISDIANAPOLIW.
TEIiltK HAUTB,
sr. Louis,
LAFAYK TT1!,
OUICAOO,
L0UAN8P0KT,
PKllQ.
FOttT WAYNB.
TWO DAILY THRO 110 II TRAINS leaveSixtb stroo
lie pot, at a a. nt . anu t:ju r. m.
R A. W. INDIANAPOLIS. 81 . LOUIS A OUICA.
GO FAST EXPUKSH.-Throtigli.hrect.inakioffclose
connections for all other Weitemand North-western
point,. This Train also connects at tlletinioml with.
Ctuoinnati and Chicago Heads, for Anderson, Xoko.
mo, Logausport, aud all points ou Wabash ValUy
ltailroad.
4:30 P. M.-IN0IANAPOL1S, 11HICAGO A 8T.
LOUIS NIGHT EX P HKSS. The above 't'ralns make
close connections at Indianapolis, Lafayntteaud Chi
cago, with Trains for Terre Haute, Sptinneld, Uock
Island, OaleHl.itrg, Knnesba, La Itosse, Jacksonville,
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Jlatbion, Naples,
Oalona, (jiiiney, Prairio da Chien, Pane, Peorin,
Dunleith.liticine, Decatur, Bloon.iugton, Jollct, La
Salle, St. Paul, and all towns andcitlos Id the North
west.
MThrongu Tlckots given and Baggage checked
through.
For further Information and Through Tickets, ap.
ply to Ticket Oalrne, uorth-east corner ol Front ana
Broadway; No. 1CU Wulnut street, nsar Fourth; at
south-east corner of Fourth and Vine street, or at
the Slxth-ilreet Depot. ,'
D. lit. MORROW, Superintendent.
Omnibuses will call for passengers by leaving their
name, ateitherof th. Ticket Offlw.
138 v i ' i il assnr.
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OANDY! O
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(Successor to Mvkbs A Co,)
Nanufar.tnrers and VVlioleealo Dcalcrt
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FINE AND TIAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIS STREET,
CINCINNATI
myl7
. ..JOHN : BONE It, ..j
(SUCOKSSOa TO PITSB SMITH,) ,
,At 36. .West-Fifth rt..,'
fin eonatantly on hnnd loirire Variety of
f FANCY GOODS, TOYS, CHINA,
S , FANCY BASKETS,1. ' .
Fisting Tackle, Military Gaols, etc.,
WHOLESALE AND KKTA1L,
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
Mill

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