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THEPBESS.
OTFICI, 14 IIM rODETf
WEDNK8DAY..
..SEPTEMBER
"Help" in New York.
Tie Herald has roportorially investiga
ted the state of "Domostio Help" in the
metropolis, and finds that the supply is
not equal to the demand. The Intelli
gence Offices are do loncer crowded with
girls' seeking places, and of course this
state of things reverses the position of
kinrv-Ail nml noin-nnr A l.nlir eullnrl rn-
cently at an intelligence cilice to procure
'the servioes of a cook, and the following
conversation took placo :
Last Your name is Margaret, I be
lieve. Do you understand plain cooking ?
1 Cook-
l es'iu, should think 1 did; Unit s
my business, mem,
L. Well, 1 liko your uppetirauco.
and
should be glad to engage you.
C Whereabouts do you live, mem ?
L. Ia Thirteenth street
' 0. Dear me, that's a good piece up
town don't like to go up so far. Many
ia the family?
, L Only myself, husband and two
cnimron.
C Other servants, of enurse.
Ttow
many l
L. Only the ohambermaid
pleasant girl a country-woman
a vory
of vours
. '
ana a woman who comes to wash every
Monday.
. C llavo to do anything bosido cook ?
L. Perhaps go to the door occasionally,
and assist in cleaning house on Saturday.
C. (With dignity) Couldn't do it
tain't my business, mem, to clean hcuao
and tend the door. I'm a cook.
L. (doprecatliigly) Well, I supposo I
might arrange that Uow much do vou
-want a month to do nothing but plain
cooking.
. C. (following up her advantage) I
must have one evening out of every week,
mem, Thursday evening.
L. (hesitatingly) Yes.
0. Have hot and cold water ?
L. Yes, and a rango.
C. English basement house ?
L. (smiling) Yes, and a high stoop,
C. You don't mako a practice of com
ing into the ktahen, I hope; 1 never allows
a lady to interfere in the kitchen their
place is in the parlor.
L. (with some resolution) I must re
tain the privilege of going into my own
kitchen.
C. Ob, of course you can come in to
give directions about the dinner, or such
like 1 shouldn't mind that .Husband
late to dinner often ?
L. Sometimes", I'm a afraid.
0. Oh, that's too bad. Do you have
much company ?
L. Not a great deal.
C. Well, I'll come for nine dollars a
month.
L. That's a high price (hesitatingly).
You have recommendations, 1 presume?
C. (handing out a crumpled paper)
That's my carracktor; but 1 suppose I've
as good a right to ask for yourn. How
am I to know where I'm going?
L. (not noticing tho last remark) Why
did you leave your last place?
0. You see, mem, I was too good-looking
; when I opened tho front door folks
took me for the missus.
U (thoughtfully) Well, I suppose I
must; yos, I will try you at any rate.
, O.0h, you needn t if you don't want
),mcm. They's plenty of places, nd
(ionically) I supposo you can get some
body else to suit you.
L.- -Will you como, Margaret v
C (Hesitatingly) Yes, I'll try you at
any rate.
A Conscientious Voter.
The following story is told of a Revolu
tionary soiaier, who was running tor Con-1
(TYneu It. flnnaoM flint- ln -.-nr. . - ... 1 1 - -
uvhld vuuu uu 11 ao Ul I11UBI.U IJV
a muvu. younger man, wno mm novcr
"been to the wars," and it was the wont
mucn youneer man, wiio aim
or "Kovolutionary to tell the people of
tho hardships he ondurod. Says lie:
''Fellow-citizens, I have fought and bled
for my country I helped whip tho Kritisli
and Indiana. I have slept on tho lield of
battle 'with no other covering t'uan tho
canopy Jof heaven. I havo walked over
frozen ground till every footstep was
marked -with blood,"
Just about this time, ono of the ''sover
eigns," who had become very much inter
entcd by this tale of woe, walks up in front
of tho speaker, wiping the tears from his
eyes with the extremity of his coat-tnil,
and interrupting him, says :
"Did you say'that you hnd fought the
Jlritish and Injines'r
"Ves," responded Korolutioiiai-y.
"Did you say that you had slept on the
pround, whilo serving your country, with
out any kivcr!"
"Yes, sir, I did."
"Did you say thatyou Lttd followed the
enemy ofyour country over frozen ground,
till cveryr footstep was markod with blood?"
'Yob," exultingly replied tho speaker.
"Well, then," says the tearful "sover
eign, as he gave a sigh of painful emo
tion, I H be blamed if I don t thin!
vmi
uuuc t-iiuugii ior yaur country, anu
I'll vote for the other man!" Z
A Cheese Story.
One night in autumn, two travelers,
whose homes were among tho fircen hills
of Vermont, stopped at a email country
tavern in cw Hampshire. During the
evening one of them got to talking with a
farmer of tho place upon farming matters
generally and the relative agricultural
umuumges oi rcrraont ana jscwllamp
h ire particularly. The farmer, as might
bo supposed, maintained tho superiority
of his own State, New JIampahiro; and
to prove it, told how much butter and
cheese his wife had made that season.
Not so much to show tho excellent labor
ing capacity of his wife, ho added, by way
of explanation, did he mako this state
ment, as to prove how much groator in
qiiantiu and better in quality was the
Jims, oi cows iea on ewiiarapshiregn
ass
iimu uiui oi mose grazeu cisownerc.
"Weii ,;; said tho traveler, "that's noth-
num uioj uu iu v ermont. v uy ono
man up there made thirty tuns of cheese
last summer, and he was a small farmer
too." '
"I guess you have set that a little high "
Baid the farmor, unwilling to concede that
there was abettor farmor in Vermont
than himself. '
"Didn't Jim Maynard mako thirty tuns
of choeso last summer, Tom?" askod tho
traveler of his companion.
"I don't know now much ho miulc"
replied tho other, with gravity, but 1 re
member that he run two saw-mills witli
the whey I"
The farmer "caved," and acknowledged
that suoh farming as that couldn't be
xcelled.
ti nhnt .Haw : " , ....
HUMOROUS.
;
I
:
J5"Shrewd inquiries ttro mating here
abouts whether the cup cf sorrow has a
saucer? Can anybody tell us ?
fffA 'o Jig" carpenter having been
told that "the course of true love never
did run smooth," took his piano under
his arm when he went courting.
Jr"How beautiful," said a lady, "the
face of nature looks niter a shower."
"ics, liiautitn, nna so would yours
f ltrter undergoing it similar process.'
1
Urg An honest old htdy, when told of
her cousin's death, exclaimed,
"Well, I do declare, our troubles never
come alone .' It ain't a week ttinco I lost
my best hen, and uow dear Tom has gone
too, poor man."
J5if"I3Iack-cyed ladies arc most apt to
bo passionate and jealous. ISlue-cyed,
soulful, truthful, afFectionato and conlid
ing. Grey-eyed, philosophical, literary,
resolute, cold-lieartod. Hazel-eyed, quick
tempered and Gcklo.
JtiSrA young man buiDg iu a church
inattoutivo to tho service, and restless,
asked of an old geuilcmnnwhowas in the
next pew,
uoyou Know, sir, a ruin wituout an
G-'weptiun ' '
' "ies," replied he, ''a irentlcman alwavs
! i.: 1C....11 '...:.. n i i.".
hebavoshiiuselfwclljOspeeially inchtirclt.
R-"A humorous divine, visiting a gen
I tlcman whose wife wns none of tiio most
amiable, overheard his friend say:
"If it was not for that stranger in tho
next room, 1 would kick you out of doors."
Upon which tho clergyman stopped in
and said,
"Pray, sir, make no stranger of me."
K " What's your business , my
friend?" said .Mr. ('('Grady to a rough
looking specimen of the Emerald Isle.
i 'Sure," returned the latter, "didn't Tim
! Mulroony's wifo tell me your honor was
j wantiu' a boy?" "And do you call your
I self a boy?" asked the burristor. "U'hy.
! do I look like a girl?" was Pat's quick
rejoinder.
Ka?"Woll," said a Yankee, proudly,
to a traveling Scot, as they stood by tho
Falls of Niagara, "is not that wonderful?
In your country you never saw anything
like that?" "Like that," quoth tho hitter,
"there's a far mair wonderful concern mi
trao miles frae whar I was born." "In
deed," said Jonathan, "and pray what
kind of a concern may it be?" '"Why,
man," replied the other, "Its a peacock
wi' a wooden leg!"
i& An English officer at Venice, walk
ing one day from Doge's pulaen, thought
he observed one of the figures ot'rlie clock
tower of HL Marks stoop down and take
up something, lie looked ngain, and ho
actually saw tho figure take a pinch of
snuff! The oflicer confessed ho was ap
prehensive that ho was loosing his senses,
or that his vision was deranged, when an
old woman, observing his consternation,
soon explained tho seeming miracle, by
telling him that one of the figures that
struck the hour being out of repair, her
ncphow had been engaged as a substitute
till the machinery was put in order.
JHiir.lohn Randolph was one of the
most sarcastic men that ever lived. Ono
time a young man attempted to mako his
acquaintance. He obtained an introduc
tion, and among tho first remark , said,
"I. passed by your house lately, Mr.
Kandolph."
"I hoiie vou ulwuvs will!" was the
j reply.
J A not h er one twitted 1 li m us to h is ' 'wan t
i of edueation." Randolph said in reply,
j "The gentleman reminds me of tho
I lands about tho hoad waters of the Mont-
gomory, which aro poor by nature, and
cultivation entirely ruined them
i -
I!athkr Jtoi.ii, A Kentlcinan on lii
wtiy IroiuLostonjto V'unuont stoppcil .it a
mvern tvnero iiu met an
nillliHlClve collll-
try iciiow. wno sum to ini,i :
'Where have vou oymo froiii, 1' I . way
b so bold?" J
"Xot bold at nil I cauio I'mm Jiuston.''
"Wlicrc arc vou tioin, if 1 may bo an
bold?"
' I am
a jtoin;; to Vermont"
''Who
aro you somir tu see tlmnv
I luiiv bo so bold?'
"I am going to soo tlio widow .M."
"Are you a married iuun, if I may be
so bold "
'l run a widower''
Are )'ou Koin to marry tho widow Jl,.
"I may bo ho bold?'' ' !
"AJicm I that too too bold !"
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LEGAL NOTICES.
:
j
i
. . 'I"' of September, A. D. 1W0, at (lie
roll nilii in the Omirt-linnse, In the city of Oiiioinnsti,
tin . '.'.r u'e'V5,',' of ,"I y-1 will ell at public nuc
tionall tlir,f(,lle-ln(!.i,.scrit:e.l rml csticu,, u:
I. i.etH numtweil seren i : andtiuht ( i in H.iunre
eetamof David K.Wn le, ua rei-ord.,1 iu lJ.mk Ne.
OHIO, ami troiillnir each twent" liv i X,) feet oil Went
JISia ?,l'r 1,lu"'-1r"e'. rimuinjf baric the
TnT..?1 n 1 l'u'"lrotI nud liity-aix feet three
molten to Providenee-street.
,i . ' dnae ati at mi Kltiwtoin the city of Cln
cinnnti. Hamilton County, Ohio, and boinc limn
Pjifed ninty c.i. ninety-one (til), ninely-two i'.'2i and
ninety-three t','3', in s-inaro immher nmr (4i,nt the
rabdivleiuii ol hits inaile by lloteLklsa, Averv nud
art r, reconleil in Hook No. Ml, inae mil, r tlie
eeordnof Unmilton t'onuty, Ohin.iiii.l eii. b t,r -nl.l
luta rrontiniriweiiiy.HMVenr.'T' feet, makiiislas b'et I
in ull.nn themiutli side el Mnuroe.-ttrct't, utid ex- '
alley 118 t"lC'C 'i,u' li,M,y ('" feet to in
3. Alio Ibe follnwiun. kIiiiia in rin,.t,.ni.ll ft... i
i inerly in .MilbTei'k Tewiwhin, in eiictlon iim'nber 1
raffltW,'!?, ,
neS !
pike Kuail, and runniiiir tiicm e tM.rtloTlvjii.ur bim- :
ilred reet, nioro or lefl. to the lioul of ,l,.bu Itid.lle, '
sen., lion mleil on thueiwt hy slot off jniiniili-ntivevi-il j
i'y iL'iiiiuii nunwue lojolm llnCKIl'', iivellilier:!,
1S42, ami ou I he west hy a lot uow or formerly urloiiu
ingtn MirkAlkins.
4. Also tho folluwlnpr, fitnnto in f'incluuati. Ham
ilton County, ami State of Ohio, mid beinir lolx iimu
bowl twenty-threeiaijnnil twi iity.fuiir.aMi in Wmle
A Dudley's addition or subdivision of lots in mid
city, ae rneoidi-d in Book yj, paito H'J, of tho Hmnil.
ton County lteeurds, said luls i.wenly.three z sud
twenty-tour ; being on thoHoiilh side of I'opliir.
street, west of Westorn-row; beinir each twotitv-tivo
and running buck in psmllellinessonth one-hulf the
distance trom I'nplnr toijliver-slre-!.
...; i.-vt in ii. ,1111,11 uio sourn sinn oi roD ar-turiM't
0. AUO. tllB fllllliwi 111? in l'lni,.nittl i.ntn,n,.U.
nt a point on tho south hide of Clark-.treel, one
hiinilred and twentv-tliree feet emt. of tlie j-outb-east
corner of Olark and Freeman-streetis thoiieo
HOUtll lit I'lllit ni,l..a ti, I1!,.!-.,!. i 1... .,
ol.'tV,,':,. v;s!,'',':;;l:.'!! ;
parallel with said west line at l ielit niiele- li.Obirli
afreet, two hundred and ono font to ulark.i r.-et;
thonce westerly on the aoulli Ilira of Clark-atrei.!:,
twenty-elglil () fret to the I'oKlnnini:; bi in lot
numbered thirty nine CI'.O In ti. . Tiii k-r's sub.
division of the Cut ter properly, a. rei-ordeil in book
liumlier kiBht (Si in the divlaion aiuuni the heirs of
Bet li b'uttor. decoiiied.
6. Alao, the lollowinft lot, sltitub in Unmilton
t ounty, and being lot numbered tlilrty-tiltn-on the
plat of subdivision if Avondnle, in eal.l l onntv, as
recorded iu flat Hook So. 1, poire - of the records of
aid coun'y.
Tltlo toalltlio above property Rood; mile peremp
tory; terms cash; huliur the siinin pnipei tv eouvtiyeil
to theiinderslRiiiil bv de-d oftrusl from fba Cincin
nati and OhiciiKii Itailrond Cnmpany, .Inly I, Iri'rf,
rveorded In Hook V. 2ui, p.io ?M.
I
I
JOHN W. lIKItllOJJ.Tnnl
t'm.i.iss .t- flKr.nos. Ait'vs. I is winiii.t - n i. i.t
J. J. ItliTLER'S
llicelsior Fluid loiks.
Manufactory, 39 Vine St. H
SEWING MACHINES.-
Sloat &Co.
sewing machines,
Cincinnati, Office 33 Weil Foarth street. :
tV THOSE INTENDING TOPTJBCHASE,
wedeslroa personal Investigation of the com
parntlvs mcrlta of these Sowing Machine! with all
others in the market,
null nUNKnKNRT, Agent.
G. C. KXIFFIN&C Ol
DKALBS IN :.
Ladd, Webster fc Co.'g,
(Lato Hunt,
SEWING
Webstor Jk Co.',)
MACHINES,
N. U Went fourth street, C'ineinnntl.
These Machines havo been atcadily advancing in
popular favor for the past year, and are nowes teemed
l7 all who hare given them a trial as the "Me Pins
Ultra" of Sewing Machines. The evenness and rtg.
ulurlty, aud tightness of atitcb made by them, has,
flora t ban anyl hing elae, tended to th is reault. Added
to thin la the iiudeuiablo fuel of their simplicity and
onH6 of niauageaieiit, there being uo band or cog.
wheels, as in some Ma.hluea, or leather pads and
"rooked uoeilhs, us in others. Theycomniond thorn
sclrea to the dress-maker by the regularity of the
feediug arraunement, which novcr puckers or tears
tho work, by tho uniformity of stitch alike on both
of tho fabric, by their noisele'.aneas and rapidi
ty; to the tailor ly their grail strength and durabili
ty, tijjlituess of stitch and capacity for ualng linen
thread; to families, by tho combination of all tbete
'liialities. Seud lor a circular and sample of work.
jyi-t
GROVER & BAKER
SEWING MACHINE CO.
fi8 WEST POUETH STBEET, ' .
Ciuclnuati
A s a: evidence oftiie supeiuob-
tm. ITV f tlm MaciiinL'in:imifactnr(d ly thoGro
wr aii-J !liiir S!vi!ig Miitiiinti they haw over
5"i,iiMr in ila i 1 v in tiKUiHiiictoris, work-Jinp anJ
litmiliiM. I'tililii' P.i'ioiiatft' U the evtilt'ticeof
merit. Tliwtso Ulitchiufs, alikt victiiriotw ui-r prcju
t!iu' and ('.niin titiitn, iuhv jn(ly eujuy wm uuiver
fttvor th;ui luta uvt'r ba-ii buatuutJ upuii any
('iviny Mm; hi m.
Viiiiii.iir'M'iiitf Mitcfiiiifis ui:ikloie the dhnttli
si in h. mi l Family Mtcliim . timkiiiK t li eeUtbratvti
tirmiT A It'ikt-rrtilrh, oi'fi ditl'iTPiit lutttPl'Dfl. vary
in q in iri.: t'min c.'-iito $IT; lipsrriptiv circuUrM of
Mjii-hiiis'HiinJ illiilraliiius of tta mitcb.cttO be had
iu ttpplication.liy iHtvror otlutrw imi. jo.20
S1NEI58 SEWING MACHINES.
Pn JJcdwcd to 5t, $75, 9U0 and 9ltS.
Mlnarer'a New KBmlly Hewlnc IMnchlnei
The price nfwhich is only SKI, Is alivhtandelonant
ly tl-cor;itcd Maoliine, capuhtenf pt'rlurniing, in the
bo .t si vie, all the aewintr of a pri'-ate fnmily.
("!npr'n Trnnsvpvap .huttle Mnchlnei
To lie sold at 5', is u Mar hi nn entirely new in its ar
rartffm.'nt', it is very he uiiilul, moves rapidly and
y,.n i.anily, bhiI, for family use nnd IlKlit niauufao
tur :iir rurpives, i. lite very heat and cheapest Ma
ehiiieovnroit'ored to the public
vim tor's No. I SliiiiilardSbiitlleniucliinc,
Formerly mild at SCtt, hut new reduced to SI 10, Is
knuwti nil over the world. Every sort of work can
he done with it.
ssinaoi'-H No. 2 Stnnilnrd Shuttle Mncliine,
Tli in in tho favorito manufacturing Machine every,
where 1'ricn, with table cumplote, (flai.
"Send for a Circular.
JAMES SKARDOX,
Agent for J. M. ginger ft Co.
No. S nt Fourth street,
j14 CINCINNATI, OHIO.
LESTER'S SEWING MACHINES.
F WOULD HESPECTl'ULLY INFORM
the m.-wiiiK public that I am the solo authorized
Agent lor thi niilecf the
M-.STtiK'Si IMPROVED SHUTTLE
(SEWING MIC1MES;
A ml lieins well ae.iuaii.ted with Its merits, and famil
iar with its operation, I feel .onthleiit that those in
want of such an article, will glvo it prelerento ovor
all others now before tlie puhlic.
I ileein ittinnoc ssary to enumorato allitadvan
bicoii, as tboso who may wish to purchase will proba.
nly pri'ler tu satbty Ihoniselvoa by personal inanoc
tlou, which they ninv do bv calling at
.No. .fi Vi'csi fourth street.
C V Pemelift purrhiiiilliL' b("tir'n Swinv Mn,ht,.n
. 1 feive pnieilcal iiMirii'-tioua upon thoin free oi
WILLIAM LAPlIAM,Acnt.
U2 Wo.t Fourth Ktrtet, directly
Oppoaito I'ott Offico.
jyK-tf-1
35 V jE IsT S '
lilANUFACTUlllNO
SEWING MACHINE.
I Leliove I mako tho boat Lock-stitch Bowing Ma
ehinos,in thoivnrld. If the purchauerdwa nut think
(o aftar six mouths trial, 1 will refund you the
Price cf Machines.
OKFIOE A N'T) t:.! K
IIOOMS-Diioctly on the
rtfirllnvi'Ht eoi n"r ei
and I'ourtii streets, ovor
t)vi:u. Je'e:ry tst:ibli-:buielit,
ff.j'AH kinds of SiwinfT-Miir-hliii") repaired, nil 'I
lk'ht luiii'liieery nuniMfni'tiired, ut tlie rie'tery, 1ST
Walnut-si rei't, e-ii'M-r WhIiiuI 'led Kiftli.
t-" "Airi'iitH Wiinti'il in otlu-r rites tiihell tiiv Sew-ine-JbiL-hlui's.
Addresj, 1'. EVAXS, Jr., t'ineiu.
nnti, 0. mtii
wo Tbreriiled Double Lock Tisrht Hlltch
FASILYSETOBJIiriMB.
ALSO THE VERNON
.-anio.iiti-li.twoiH, price :.0( and St (!,(().
rlie vvr laii 't in vi-uti. ii iiii.I i nu most nn"leM and
perfiet riu:nlii iiinrliiiie extant. Tlie nbuvo named
luni;hiii.Hlmile tlio siliuo stiteli, e.iinly iw u,-1 1 as
b idler i. -i.vil .iik'h. i Mi :nv.o machine ive apply tho
only lleninier that will turn any width of hem-it is
tiiiioniv .inel'i me i kettbat Is udjiitnlilo to fold
any uohh of lo-in. with nuy tliichn.-s.t ,.f cloth.
IVr.i,i,reiiiii?iti tlie coiiuto' wlsliinc samples,
orintor;n:iltoii, by inclosiun 3c. tamp, will receive
prompt alii-'itiuti-l.ec.il
ilircnti, wanted in all tbn cit in. tm.l i
Ohio. Adclrnsa S. A. JENKS, wnu
Orrull at I'caii Swift's Watch and Jewelry Ijtors
b".7 Main t:Bl, Zd door ubuvo fourth, Cipeiiinfcti!
otl1"- jyl.'.-amt
K-J'.VK'S SEU1X6 MACHINES.
K. Ib'Wf5. Jr., Pt.it.e or the original Sewing
Maebiiie.)
VOil .mt.X Ji: AMI M A.VUfc'ACTL'lN
IN l'l ltl'OSKK.
Tie. f.x-el'v !M:ichiii'jsarouell n.bipted for tailors'
nee, i.: :'i i i-T l.llin::. Ibe.'V I'vlhiibr Abe liinoa.
tor ii ' I k-.Hlier sdl- bin.:, bevt nlivarnlu id u repnta.
ti ni tar aimve any other, 'i'lie pulilic are deaiied to
examine, and purchase where brst fulfil.
A. T. Jackson', Agent
No. Id West Fourth siieot, In il'Ornoken's Knr
leliinit store, Cincinnati,!) niytt
IRONT-STREET FACTORY
AMD
LU31EIl DEPOT,
Ko. lfij Kast Front Street, bet. rike nnd Butler-it's.
South-side.
HAVIKO I'lTTED UP TI1E PREMISES
with tho nioM improved klud of rauchinery. I
mo pri'parril loiiirnih,at slmrt nutlee.nll kinds of
lbiiieiiiiil Miainl.oiit, rurpriiter mid Joliii r's work
Sn'.li. MllinU, Dnore, Fniinrs ami "'"iiliiieH, or all
ilew riptiuun. rireiiiiilmat l.iiml.i'r, Weather-board-tiu,
Slilliftle'.Sidliii;. KbliirbiK, A(i:..kept eiinstalilly
in band. I'arf icnlar i 1 1 :-ti 11:11.1 to plaoiou, rln-
pinB mid seroll sawliiR. !b.,vy frniiiiiiR lumber nin
tin planed and trued 411 fret Innu.nnd .'ill Inches wble.
Veraonsiitiiiiit to l.nilil, will liiol it to their advaa
t:ie ti.f-'iu. tiieiu ill. WSI, JOUKU,
nu;2-bin Proprietor. '
MISCELLANEOUS.
THE OLD DOMINION
COFFEE
.AND
TEAPOT.
A It T II U It'S
SELF-SEALING
FRUIT CANS
AND
T J. DEL J3 ,
The beat now iu tiso and all prepared for Sealing,
PRAT T'S
PATENT
Self-Ventilating
MILK - PAN ;
The arreatnst invention yet. Ivory houae-keepcr
should have one.
AKTHLB, BUKX11AM & G1LB0Y,
Munufactiirers of Talent Articles,
MrTrade Depot for the West,
31 East Penrl atroet, Cincinnati.
JOSEPH a. GREEN, Aenr.
tnr-end for a trade Circular. aul
W B. DODDS,
rormerly ot Halt .Doddi Oo. ; late TJrban.Dcdds Oo.
W. n. Vodds & Co.,
BANorACTontixa or thb .
OOKTOrtI3rP3S3
Fire and Burglar Proof
JS J. 3P 33 JS ,
8. XV, Corner of Vine dc Second Streets.
this is thxmost reliable FIEE ANT) BUUQLA
PROOF SAFE that is mad. In the United States, and
ia warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and is of bettor workmanship thaD
can be found elsewhere.
We have a large assortment on hand, and are do
termined to sell at prices that cannot foil to please.
Old Salts
Taken In exchange. SEOONTi-HAND SAFES ah
ways ou hand at extremely low prices 91 S
BOO P I N(iT
Saltonstall's Fire and Water Proof,
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC!
COATING FOR ROOFS.
THE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
Coaritift for Metal Itoofa, or ny Iron W'.irk ex
posed iu use. Warranted to wltliatnlid lb severe!
teata cf Heal, Cold. Main, or Sulphuric Arid, and re.
tnsin perfectly Impervlotia to "titer. It will not
melt, crack, wash or scale oil. For new, old, leal y
metal ronfs, or for canvan roofs, it ia N p- r ceni
cheaper than a,.y other coatlna. all orders acconi.
panied with thecanh or satisfactory reference, will
be promptly railed, in any nnauld terrlturv .South and
Weatof New York and Pennaylvuiiia. For further
information, apply to
, F. ROYS X CO.,
Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers,
je7-t 132 Weat Second street, Cincinnati. Ohio.
ROOFIIVG! ROOFIIVG !
THE " OUTCALT ELASTIC ME
TALLIC HOOFING" la offered to the puiillc
as tho best and chcupest Sletnl Roof now iiBed, its
merits tested by an experience of years in this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or ateop, old or new
buildings. Ho solder nsed-fa-teued s-cnrely with
out exposure to the sction of the element..
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part of
the United States, can be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly tilled.
CALDWELL A CO,
irl-tf 133 Went Second street.
Merrell's Blackberry Anodyne.
THIS MEDICINEIS OFFERED TO THE
nubile as one of tlie beat, ifuot the very boatmed
icinothat has over been invented for DiARuitKA,Ovs
ESTiiBV, Cholera Infantum, and all other dorunee
men is of the .Stomach nnd Digestive Organs, which
are so prevalant and fatal In our country corrects
the deranged condition of the Liver; nllaxs Nervous
Irritations, auch us is caused by TeotluuK, gives
tone and healthy action to tho bowels, and withal, ia
pleasant to take. iy23-bmt
INCREASED EXCITEMENT
HUME'S
WITHINGTON BEER.
riUIIS CELEBRATED BEER, INTRO
- UCCEB by the unilersigned, a few nioutha
since, for the first timo in this city, is rapidly super
eeilin in use all others. Its popularity is equal to
Jlusly Ale, which cau only bo procured gclininoHt
tlie Musty Ale Cottage, No. lot llain-streot, between
Third and Fourlh-stieets.
Hume's Ladies' Ale,
, Superior to any in use, either domestic or Imported,
lor ladles who aro nursinfr, and their babes The
properties of this Alo are highly tonic and invisorn
ting, nnd is particularly recommended by the Fac
ulty. THE MANY 1.11 1TAT0I1S
Of HUME'S MCSTY AT.E, have, ouo by one, clowd
their doors, or kail them cloned bv tlie .Sheriff, and
the undersigned will Rive Fifty liollara bonus, to any
individual who will produi-s a single glaas of Muaty
Ale, Vt itliiurton ilecr, or Iliiine'a I.adie.4' Ale, utsliy
otherostablinlirnent thun tlie Miitty AleOnltage.
My stock "t tho oriuinal and only genuine Jlusty,
t.'hampaiiiue. Bitter Old Amber, and other choice
brands of Ales, nud also Per r nnd Brown Stout,
conprisinK In all about SEV .1" UUNDltKD BAtt
UELtl,i8uueiiusled iu the Unijn.
auU-tf J. B. II 11.11 K.
GLASGOW AND NEW YOKK
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
STEAM TO OIiASGO . .uIVEBPOOL, BKLFA8T,
DUBLIN ANP LOKDONDEllBK
FOB 930.
IBOH HEW TOBI,
Olnijrnw,Thomaon,Wedneiday, Aug.M.nt 12 noon
srow,Thomion,Wednoday, Ame. 2.nt 12 p
nbuicli, Cummtng.. Wednesday, June 1, "
aaow, Thomson " July 6, 11
uburb) Humming.. ...' July2?, "
cnim
tiilnai
Kdinl
FROM OL18H0W.
Edinburgh, Oumming... Saturday, May 7.
Sdlnbamhi Oumming...Btiirday, May 7.
liuiKOWt Tbomaon... Wednesday, July J7,
idiuburtth, Oummiug... " Julys.
fMlIU
Edit
..1. bua v., ininKDiii,i new 1 ui n, ruiiaui'i puis v r
Boston, to Glasgow. Liverpool, BclfaHt, Dnldin ei
Londonderry, lirst clans, $7,1. Steerage, found with
anabundanco of properly-cooked provibiona, IsiO.
An experienced Surgeon attached to each steamer.
No charge for medicines.
For Freight or Pamago, apoly to
p27 UOUEKT (IUA10, 17 Broadway.
A1 3DICATED STRENGTHEPINli
PLA8TKR8. These Plaatera are execllen'
remet iea In cases of paiu and weuknesa in the side,
hreaavor back ; alno,in rheumatic atTectiona,couglia.
asthma, sprains, brnlses, and kidney or spinal "Unc
tions. Tho Arnica, Gulbamnu, Pitch, Poor MauV
ind Uomlock Plaators.are manufactured of various
sizes, on kid or cloth, and Poor Man 'a on paper, byS.
A. OUlFKITH.and supplied to dealers and druggists
on as good terms as any manufacturers In the I) . 8. ()
LADIES IF XOU W18H A OoFlDOl)-blo-Threaded
Family Sewing Machine; whlrb
for practical use can not be surpassed, call at No. 9
Carlisle Building, second story, corner fourth and
walnut.and see "Novelty," Bruen's Parent, theonly
Machine that can be lined with either a sluele or don
blethread. It is the ts-st Machine made, and never
breaks needles. Oall and see it. orend for " t'lrcnlar
"Pdspecimeo ofwork. F. T. COLEMAN,
Hole Agent for the Weat ami aout I' -weat.
No. 119 Main-street, below Fourth.
H. CAMPBELL & C0.,
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET,
and Boiler Iron, Plow Blabs, Jlailrosd Spikes,
Etc. Also, Agents for the sale of Irontou Star Nulla.
Warerooma No. It East Second Street. Cincinnati,
Ohio, i . "
'Mr'All kinds tron made to order. in
LANE tt BODLET,
J' MAXUFaGTUlllul or
Wood-Working Machinery,
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Corner John and Water ta.i ClaetnnatliO.
aou-ly
U .. t, r v. v u ni. ii , v i- . -
DUS. B. EHRMAN & W. C. LEECH.
IIOITI(EOPATIll$li.
OKPIOE HO, 4(t HJiVENTH 8THEET.
Office honrs from A. M., 1 to 3, and 7 to 9, P. II.
war-tint
WILLIAM H. BALDWIN. ATTORNEY
and Uounaellor at Law, Chaso's liulliiing
Third etreet, 3 doers East of Malp 17l
MISCELLANEOUS.
BY STATE AUTOWTT.
Incorporated 181 9. Charter Perpetual
trAgencyafahllsliedln' lnclhtallln IMU.nn.
teilatlng all present local Iniiiiuu:e('oiiipuu!osatid
Agencies in the Inmiranco biiaiiitia In this city. 3:1
years constant duty lieie, combined with wraith, ex
perience, enterprise and hburulitj', esporlallv com
mend thebTN A tii.ul-aiioo Oeinpany 10 thefavom
bin pat motive of this cnniiniitiliy stanillliats'illtarT
and alone the sole atirvivor uud living piouter of
Uiuclunati uudi writer of
Oash'Oa.pitalffil.000,000.
lABSOLtTH AXV L'NIMPAlHEbj WITH A
SURPLUS Olf' $l,03,a?3 tD.
And the prestige of to years success and experience.
INVESTMENTS OP
Over $100,OU0 in Oliio Securities.
I l'VVAIHJS U" SI'iiOOO,(IO(K I.Ojs"K!J
Havo boon paid by the .Htva liixoranco l.'omruiyln
the past 40 yeiiis. t
Kir nnd Inland Niivitimion. IllsKj sci'sied
at, terms cuiiaiNteii' with snlveiicy nud lair prcnits.
Kspcrial iitienticn given, to tiiurunco of l'wellings
ami Contents, for ternia ef 1 to fi years.
Application made to nny duly autboried Agent
riroiupily attended to. lly strict attention toalegit
iiiatBliniiniii.il biHliii'ss, tills Oniupmiy ia etiitbled
to oiler both indemnity for ibo patt Hiid aecuiltyfur
the future, Policlc iseueil without delay by
JAS. H. CAItTKK, Aeent. No, 0 Jlalu street.
A. K. I'ATilil, iitmit Agent.
II. K. MNOEY, Agent 171 Vine strent.
J. J. UUOIiKli, Agent, i'ulton, 17th Ward. anS
THKEE.T0UTHS"
PKOPITS OF THE BUSINESS
DIVIDED ANNUALLY
. . id
POUCY-HOLDERS,
, . foil s-Av
18 WALL STREET, N13W YOUK. 1
CASH CAPITAL 500,000 00
ASI!T., July l,l3 U5,S1 SI
LIABILITIES 10,51137
cijrHF: ATTEN'ION 0? THE COMMU
BL NITV in ro-poctl'iilly o iled to the following
fi'.nurrs In ciiniiei'ib.n with this Company:
Kirkt lly uiMiritic! in thin riiup.tny. tlie advsnt.
HM'si.fa flliiun J, iiriirce Conipiliy are obtained,
witu he Mit'li li. riill ml v nt iei-iiltir.'l-d In the-eriirity
given by an ample and ri-!illo iiiai C.iptial nfea
tare net prenent-d ' iili'inry Miittmi Fire Insurance
Companies Tee dividends to citstumers, already de
clired.ure us follows;
First Divhuni to lMlcy-IIoblera, K"7, 3.V j per tsnt,
Se-ond do. do. do. l-.V, .V
Third do. do. do. 1.-M, W "
Hrcoxn The security piven, which is already large,
will constantly Increase wiih each year of sitci'es.ful
iiperations. This is cxhibittd leurl) in the follow
ing stnlement, shewing the piisiti.in nf the t.'oiupauy
in each your since the new system was adopted. ' -
July, Is.w. Set AHsettiof the Company, $i70,?r1 43
" 1.157, " " ' 019,7111 N
" 1K.W, " " " 7.'1,(H M
" Is.v.1, dross Assets, " wkVvtl si
" " Liabilities lf.,M4 .17
Ttttno The insured Incur no liability whatever,
while ubtiiini ngtheao ad van tapes of stipe rinr security
and cheaiinens. ' OKO. T. HUl'i:, i'reslilent.
11. li. I.a:,iivbt, Secrmiry. ,
Cviu s 1'ixk, Assistant Secretary.
SAM'L E. HACK & Co., Ageati,
U"5 Went Tliirif-strorr, CJiiciniirttl.
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
Important Improvement!
AVELLSM 1TEXT
If
WEIOnS ONLT OS LBSI MAHCrACTUBED,
VUOLESALB AND RETAIL, BY
mXETT&l'O.,
jy21-ntn Kvoamors atreet, below Fifth.
HALL'S PATl2iT.
7
iik.Bi.v4ii!
rx$faWr sis
i .r-"l.,tiB
Til FJ MOST H ETJ A Bf ,E PI RE AND
Bl'ROI.AU I'ltUttF SA FKtf.-Tliey have given
more aatbi'selion than any other now In use.
We oiler ii reward of ONE TIIOrSAM) J01..
LAItS to uny person that run, up to the present
time, shew n singie instiuiee wherein they have failed
to ereserve their oontents,
V'irh thlsSAKT: we clulleui'o all competition, as
being tlie best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar l'ronf now made; and aro willing to
test with any establishment in the Union, and the
par' y failing lirst, to forfeit to tho other, tho sum
of $2.i0
Weare prepared to furnish a liottor Bafe, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer in the United
Slates.
rVcond-hnni Safes ofotlier makers, alo on liana.
Veresproifiilly invite tie' public to call andexuia
inootir Block before jt'irebit.sii'g elsewhere.
If ALL, CUtltObl, A CO.,
augl!-ayt lios. t.1 ami 17 Erwt Oohiiuliiaatioet,
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholic, and
ALL Pil.s IN THE ST00IACU &, BOWELS.
Mntdp by GEO. S. LICnT,
WHOLESALE DRCOGIRT, CINCINNATI.
FUR SALE BY JOHN D. PARK. SUIRE, ECK
STINK& CO., and Druggists generally. Order left
it Wii.lishsos HATrtBLD, CiO, 41 Wslnul street
will bo attended to. nul3-tnovl
I. X. Li.
A KTER MANY YEARS OF PRACTICAL
fm. experience in tho art of Mustard-making, the
proprietors oiler the nbove brand of Muaiiirii to the
fiubllc, guaranteeing It a strictly pure article, manu
lictureii from the best quality of seed, carefully af
bwtedwlth theileslKUOl producing a Mustard DUPB
RICK IN FLAVOR AND PUNGENCY TO ANY
NOW IN USE. We havo oo nesitniton in saying
that all lovers of good llustardwill find thel.X.L.
to bo that which they so froijneutly fail to obtain,
MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTARD. '
VOrdera promptly Riled. ' ',
HARIUSON k WILSON,
Je2t ' 99 and 101 Wnlnnt-strert.
COMPOSITION KOOHNG.
THB anderslfrnea is prepared to pnt on a
Composition lioof of tlio beet Quality nt short
police.
Otilrolu JAB. Bruce'a Carriage Repository, cor
ner Third and Vine.
W" lb i'j ling matorlal constantly on hnnd, nnd for
tale. 0'27-3m) J. M. KOBLS.
.,J;, - fj. Vxi w
r'ii;..?- fi ;. j .Z V" 1
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I iljl
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RAILROADS.
JUNE 20, 1859.
JUNE 20, 1859. Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
JUNE 20, 1859. Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
1?
OUR DAILY TRAINS ISAVB XHB
iAtii-nirir:b iKpji. w
Trains run tlirough to Indianapolis, Lima, oau'
dusky and Cleveland wlthont rt)aue of cars.
Through Tickets for all Easterli) Weatern, Hortn
trn and North-western cltloa.
a A. IH KXl'KKtM TKAIJItColnmbnstlnja,
wlilch is seven minutes faster a rum Cincinnati) For
Oievel.thd anil 1'ittsbura;, via Delaware, makes close
connection at Crestline for Plttsbiirg, linltlmore,
Philadelphia nnd NhiV York; and at Olevelsnd for
Dunkirk . Bufliilo, Boston and Hsw Tork. A Iso, cow
nects at Dayton with Dayton and Michigan Boad for
Troy, Pious, Milney, Lima, Toledo, Pstroit, KorS
Wnyno and Chicago, reaching Toledo al S:. PetrcTB
atWWf andChiciieut7:2u P. M., Qulucy slid SalenrJ
at 7 A. 51. Aluo.nt IHyten with Oreenvllloand Mtoml
Boad, for Greenville, I'nkm, Wincheter and slow
cic. Alao, connects .it itkhmond with IndianaCeu
tral lload.for Indbuinpolls. Lafeyette.Hhicago.Terre
Hattte, at. Jjonis, mid nil Weatern cities. Alao, at
lllchmoud with tinctnnstl and Chirago Koad, for
Ander on, Kekomo anl Pem. Also, counsels with
.lontlni, ir,llp,,n,l ul Hi.-mUfn fnr tlvford.
S A. M. iUAII. TJtAIJI-fo Daytoh, 8prln.
ill id and Siindiisky - Conuects at l'ndnkkywttB
HTEABISR for DETROIT; at URBAN Afor COL TJM
Bib; at rowstviUli I'ittslmrsf, KortWayiiewi(ihf
cago Road, f.s(?t and West; at Clyde with t'. and Te
ledo Koad for Clevolind and Butlalo, Toledo, iJstrotl
and Chicago. This trmu also (-ounce's at DKLA
WAUBwith the 0. Iloit.-f for Cleveland and
Joints Ea-t; alsononnectsatllamlitoavflth 'uuctioD
I.'iilroad for Oxfod. .
is30 1'. M. TllAIX-For Pay ton, Sirgfleld
and Sfiudnsky Coimevu ut Forest with Pii!aurifj
Kort Way he and Ctilruso Road, East and Vest; sjj
Clydewit h 0. and Tnli Head for Cleveland ang Bu
falo, Teiedo, Detroit nnd I'hirigo. Also, connects at
Richmond for lndinnapolla, Terrs Ilnnte, St. Louis
and "hhitgo. Alao, connectswltli Jnnctionllailroad
at llninilton forlixforo, ' . ...
P. t. TU,MS-VM Dayton, Troy, ridrtn, 8M
ney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit Fort Wayne and !b
cago. ri nchlng Chicngo nt 8 A. M.
ftiS-ThciiuiidsA JI. trains pouuect at CleyolaSfl
With sleaiiiera lor liufitlo. ' . ."
For further Inforniatinn and Ticket!, apply at tho
Tickrt olTlcea-nerth-eiiat eornef Front and Broad
way; No. ln ttMlnnt-street, n-ar filbson Uonae; at
the now Ticket Office, o-i fho west side cf Vine-street,
between I'ostoflica and Unroot House; at the Walnu'
Street llousc, or ut tho Slxtli-ntreet c-ot.
au!5 I. McLAREN, Superintendent.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
THREE TIIROUJH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Tiain No. I Kxpreaa.at 6 A. M., connects vra
Oiiluraliusaud Cleveland, via ( ubliiiliDH. Crestline S3
Pitisliurgii, via Colnuibiifl, Steubeuville and tHu
burgh, UetroitvluClevoiaiidaudsteaiuer. ThisTrai
st"p, helweon Ciiiclunuti and Columbus, at Love
land, Itoerlield, lltoriow. Xenla, Cedarvillo, Booth
lliarlrslon, ijondon uud Writ Jefferson.
second Ti Hiu- Ho. 2 Expnss. at ;30 A.M., connecte
via Coliunl'ua. Uellnlr nnd Benwood; Wheeling; via
.'i)lunibus,!iteubelivileand Piltsbnrsr, via lioiiimbus,
(bestline mid I'itfsluirC! U Coliimbiis sud Cleve
land; Detroit, via Clovelanu ! steamerj bite Sul.
phur nation, via Sprlueneld This rrain flops be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, 8! Pljinvllle, Mil.
ti.rd, Miuniiville, Loveland, Deerneld, Jlorrow, Cor
win, is'prliiKTalie.y, Xeniaand London,
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:10 P. -i
Oolumbiw and Springfield.
Fourth Train K iHht Express, at 11:30 P. M.i oofl '
nects via Coluin bin, Bellair and Benwood; Wheeling,
vis Columbus, Htenbenvillu and Pittsburg; via Co
Illinium, Crestline and ntlabtivg: viaColnuibns and
Uleveluud. This train stone nt loveland. Morrow,
Corwln. Xenla and London. SLIBPISG CASS 09
TUIB TRAIN.
No. 1 Kxpress, through to Cleveland wltbentchasit
oi'cars.
No.2 Express, through to Whoellog wlthont tiBS
yfcars.
The NIGHT EXPBESH Train leaving Cincinnati
st 11:30 P. M., runs dally, oxcept SAT URDAY8. The
nther Trains niudiiil),exispt8UNDAK8.
Forall Information, and ihroiigb Tickots to Boa
uiu, Kow York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
Ion, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, J.Mmkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and ull the Eastern places,
apply at the Offices, Walnut citroet House, Ho. J Bur
net House, south east corm r oi 3roadway and Front
atroeta, and at the Eaateru loput.
'Iriilns run by Columbus time, which U ssven mist
ntea faster than Cincinnati tiBie,
J. DCRAND, Sap't.
Omnibuses cnll forpassengers by leaving direction
at tho Ticket Ullices. . my 17 ,
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
MM
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE NORTHWEST,
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Only One Change of Van between Ciiicwmah'
and Chicago.
Three Passenger TralnaloaTefcincinna'.i daily, frosi
thefoot of Mill and Front etroota.
HM A. M. Chicago Mail arrives at Indianapolis at
10:30 A. M.; Chicago at 7:25 1'. M. This train con
nects with all night trains on t of Chicago, for tlia
West nnd North-west. .. . .
VIM M. Torre Hunte and tayfayatte Accommodar.
tlon arrives at Indianapolis, nt A:iSi P.M., makinct
direct connootiona at Indianapolis with Terre Hante
Trains and IndbinapoliH and Latayette trains for
Decatur, Hprihuflold, Naples, t.'nlnoy, Hannibal audi
Ht. Joseph; also with Porn trains for Peru, Ft.Wayn
and Toledo.
6(Si P.M. Chicago ExpTeas arrives at Indlanapolir
al 10:30 P. M.; Chicago at 7:40 A. 11. Malting cleat
connections at Chicagowith all morning trainaout ,
of Chicago. This train conuscts at Indianapolis
with Torre Haute trains for all rointa West and
Nortliwoat. ... ....
Sleeping cars are attached tc all the night train!
on this line, and ran thiough to Chicago without
change of cars.
This ia exclusively a W estcrn and North-western
route, and with fnverablo and reliable arrangements
with all connecting roads thioughout the entire
West, guarantees nnuaual earo anil I he amplest ao
commodationsto tho pations ot tt!s line.
CUT lie sure you are in t he right ticket office befora
you purchase your tickets, and ask for ticket via
Luwresceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same as by any other ronte. Baggag
chocked through. ...
THROUGH TICKETB, good until used, can be ob
tained at the ticket offices, at Djencer House Corner,
north-east corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur ,
net House Oornor; at the Walnut-street House, and ;
at Depot oHlce, foot of 11 ill, on Front atreet, where
all uocossary information may bo hod.
Omnlbusaes run to and from lach train, and w
call foi passengura at all hotels and all lrt of to
city, by leaving ajlctreasateitiior ouice.
W. II. L. NOBXE.
niylll
General Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
Great Through Route for
INDIANAPOLIS, .
TKBItK HAITTIS, . . '
BT. LOUIS, , ' .
uar aia ns, .
. . . .CHICAGO, ' ' ,'.: . .
' PKRO,
PORT WATNB.
TWO DAI LY THROUGH TRAINS leavo8ixtb street
Pepot, at n A. M. and 4:30 P. St.
A. M.-IND1ANAPOLIS, SI . L0U18 A OtflOA.
GO VAST EXP11KSS. Through direct, making close
connections for all other Western and North-western .
points. This Train also conuecle at Richmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Roads. f,ir Anderson, Koko
mo, Lognnapor. and all points on Watiast Valley
R?:!0' M. INDIAN APOIjIS, CHIt AGO ,t BT. '
LOUIS NIGHT K X P It ENS. The above 't'raina make
close connections at IndiatinpoliH.liafayWtcsndGkl- i
cago, with Truins for Terre Haute, bpringfiold, Rock .
Island, Galesburg.KeiKSha, La Crosne, Jacksonville.
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Matt. ion, Naples,,
alena. Quincy, Prairie do Chien, Puna, Peoria,.
Diinloith, Racine, Decatur, Bloeir.iugtoli, Jollet, La
.lalle.St. Paul, and all towns and citios in the North
SHPTh rough Tickets given and Baggage ohecked
through.
For further information and Tlirough Pickets, ap
ply to Ticket Offices, noith-oast o.irner ot Front ana
Broadway; No. 1(W Walnut street, naar Foarth; at
south-east corner of Fourth and vine atreet, or at
-U. Utw.k .IvmI law.t
D. M. MOBROW, Superintendent.
r, IVn. . HI -al f..- u.u..nH h. la.vln. th.l
names at either of the Ticket Offices.
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Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealer!
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FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
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40 MAIN 8TBEET, CINCINNATI
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At 36 West Fifth St., ,
Daa constantly on hand I.ara;e Vnrlety of
FANCY GOODS, TOTS, CHINA,
FANCY BASKETS, -
Fishing Tackle, Military Goods, etc.,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL,
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
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