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THEPEESS.
orrici, 14 via? covrth-stbiit.
TUESDAY.
...fsEPTK.UBKlt 13
SIX CENTS VVILLPAYFORTHE
PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
A SONG FOR SEPTEMBER.
BY THOMAS W. PARSONS.
Vr-tnnber strews the woodland o'er
With manva I rillUiUf.il"!-.
Tli world is bnchter tliun before
Why should cur tiearts be duller)
Borrow an 1 1 ho rtvlst Kd",
bh I ! noughts and minnv weather,
Abm: tliiit ;l-iry am tliu)grhf
Agree not wall together.
This Ii the parllug eon t!il
Tbo time wbsu friends ro fl'-mai
And loter now, with manv a ki.i.
Their long farewells urn tijlilnj.
Wh v k tArch so gaily drosi
Thii pomp that autumn boareth
A ftiueral seems oh re .-very just
A lirioal garment wearfta.
Each ous of ns, psrehanee, may lure,
on blue mora hereafter,
fietarn tot-tew tb rnmdy year,
But not with boyl.b langbter;
W- aliMl 1 then bo wrinkled mu,
Our hrows with silver laden,
And thou thlt glD mayst seek again,
Hut never more a maiden '
Hn'irr porlnos forsees that "prlng
Wi I tuuen bor to-inuis bosom.
A'i t that a lew hrief months nil! bring
Th- bird, trie bee, the 1i.u-joiii;
All'. lVso f irnatn do not know
or would, lass brightly wunor
lb1 virgin that durus them so
Will uevor nwre come billior 1
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A First-rate Story for Lawyers.
H is prohable that every lawyer of any i
note has heard and read of tha celebrated j
Luther Martin, ot Jlaryland. tiis groat
effort in the case of Aaron Burr, as well
as his dixplays in the Senate of the United
States, will not be furjrotton. Trifles in
tho history of genius are important, as
we hope to show in tho story.
Mr. Martin was on his way to Annapo-
us, to aiwna.wo oupreme ioun oi me
Stato. A solitary pa&songer was in the
bt;ii,o with him, and, as the weather was
cxtruinoly cold, the passo timers souti re
sorted to conversation to divert themselves
from too much sensibility to the incleui
cutair. The young man knew Martin
hy sight, and ai he was also a lawyer, the
the thread of talk sooa began to spiu
itself out of loal mattors.
"Mr. Martin," said the young man, "I
am just entering on my career as a law
yer; can you toll mo tho secret of your
r:at success? If, sir, you will give me,
from your experience, tho key to dis
tinction at the Bar, 1 will "
"Will what?" exclaimed Martin.
"Why, sir, 1 will pay jour espouses
while you are at Annapolis."
"Done. Stand to your bargain now,
and I'll furnish you with tho groat secret
of my success as a lawyer."
Tho young man o'-ieuted.
"Very well," said Mr. Martin, "the
wholo becret of my success is contained
in one littlo maxiai, which 1 oarly laid
down to guide mo. If you follow it, you
uun nut fail to succeed; it in this: "Always
he sure of your evidence.'
Tlio lmtonor was very attentive
Mailed threw h"iolf back in a philo
sophical posture, a- gave his brain to
the analysis with true lawyer patience, of
"Always be sure of your evidence."
Jt WiiS too cold a night for anything to
he mado pecuniarily out of tho old man's
wisdom, aud ao tho promising adept in
nrixirn-'CTirnirvi pive himself to Btago
dreams, ia which ho was knocking and
pusniiu tin way tlirnujrli the world by
the nil-powerful words, "Always bo suro
of vour evidence."
1'ho morning came, and Mr. Martin,
with his practical student, took rooms at
tho best Hotel in tho city. Tho only
thing peculiar to the hotel ia the oyes of
the young man way that the wino bottles
and the ct ceteras of tine living seemed
to recall very vividly tho maxim about the
evidence.
The young man watched Mr. Murtin.
Whertiver eating and drinking wore con
cerned he was iudeed a, man to ho
watched, especially in the hitter, as ho
was immodemtoly foudof theai'tcr-dinner, '
riftcr Bupper, afwr-everytluog luxury of
wiue. A few days wero uutlicient to show
the incipient legalist that ho would have
to pay dearly for his knowledge, hs Mr.
Martin Beeined resolved to make tho niost
of his part of tho contract.
Lawyers, whether young or old, have
legal rights, and so the young man began
t.) thick of the study of self-protoctiou. It
was certainly a bolomn duty. It ran
through all creation. Common to animals
and men,' it was a noble instinct not to be
disobeyed, particularly where the hotel
bills of a lawyer were concerned. The
subject daily grew on the young miio. It
was all-absorbing to tho mind and pocket.
A week elapsed, and Mr. Martin was
ready to return to Hdltimoio. So wan the
young man, but not in the sama stage
with his illustrious teacher.
Mr. Martin approached the counter in
the bar-room. 1 he young man was an
aaious spectator near him.
"Mr. Clerk," said Mr. Martiu, "my
young, friend, Mr.1 , will sottlo my
bill agroeablo to the engagement."
Tho y oung man said nothing, but looked
everything,
"Ho will attend to it, Mr. Clerk, as we
have already had a definite understanding
on tba subject. Uo is pledged pro
fessionally pledged to pay my bill," ho
hurriedly repeated,
"Whore's your evideaeo?" a sled the
young man.
"hvidoneo?" sneered Mr. Martiu.
"Yes, sir," said tho young man, demure
ly. "Always be suro of your evidence,
M r. Martin. Can you prove the bargai n?
Mr. Martin saw the snare, and pulling
out his pocket-book, paid tho bill, and
with great good humor assurod the young
man,
"Yoa will do, sir, to got through tho
world with yoar profession without advice
from me."
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6The Milwaukin News tolls of an
Irishman who, while at work in a stona
tjuurry near that city, sa,w an animal,
which he recognized us one of his neigh
bors kittens, glide under
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f a larim tint
at work. He
Stone upon wnicri m was nt WorK. He
called to a comrala to hold the stone
whiiahegoo the poor thing out without
hurting it (jetting down upon his knees
he reached gently tinder tha stone and
drew the eat gently forth ; then dropping
lior instantly, ho clappped both hands to
his nose and exclaimed: "Howly mither 1
what bus she been aiting?" It was a
ikunk.
&3gr A Patlaudcr nngling in tho raiu
was observed to keep his line under the
arch of the bridge. Upon being nsked
the reason, ho repliod, "Sure, an' won't
the fishes be orowdiu' theia to keap out
HUMOROUS.
JxaFinu I'klszv 1Iollii.AA bril
liaut youDg gentleman remarked, tha
other tfiiy, to a ludy with whom ho was
bowling:
"1 tliiuk, Alias, tliat you would liuvr
ma Jo a capital baker."
'ludecd, sir, why?"
'Because you liiake such excellent
rolls.
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"Holloa! who b there .' exclaimed a
yuung niiin, 11s lio ctitm'i'd thu howling
at Lake (iiKirL'c.
' Tis I, sir, rolling rajiidly," refilled
a youu; lady as ilio sent n ball whi.irg
down the alley.
ti'iS Woimm lias this grout adrauta.no
oor man Blio proves in-r win in nor me
timo, Avhilc liian isoh!id to wait till lie
in dead,
H would go tu tho eud of tho
world to pleaHe you," said a docotod lov-
jyertoliis mistress. "Well, sir," quoth
the lady, "go there, and stay.'1 Was
that a kinder mitten?
BSa?" A clergyman, who found it im -
posdibto to provide for liimselt' and family
one 01 nis very siencier income, wroca to a
ftieiid thus "I must give up my livibg
to anvo wy lii'e."
A disiiivery Iins been made Ly a
modern writer, that without a mouth a
man could tint eat, drink, ki-o tho gnU,
nor chew tobacco, lingular, very.
When ft, horse kicks you, and you
feel a etroui disposition to kick tho hor-
ia mturn-ion . you uo w. -i iie oetter
that.
gy A inaa once asked a company of
lieclo hoys what they wero good for.
One littlo follow promptly replied, "Wo
are gooU to niaUo uiea ol.
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r? A visitor was condoliti;: with
tho old woman who opens tho pews fur
tho congregation of an English Church
tin the Kreat amount of work sho hud tu
do. "Yes," replied who, "wo uiod txhavt1
only to open tlio doors, but now wo have
to push in the dresses,"
IS He whoso soul does not ainj need
not try to do it with hu throat.
C''Come, don't bo proud," said two
fellows to two gentlemen, "sit down and
mukeyoursolvos our coual." "We should
have to blow our hrnius out to do
roplied ono of them.
that,"
SleSPtS. cotemporary defines a Metho
j dist preacher us a luan who is working
for a naked subsistence and looking for
his wages ia eternity.
fts?"'! am certain, wife, that I am right
and you are wrong. I'il bet iuy oars on
it." "Indeed, husband, you shouldn't
carry letting to sucii extreme lougtlis."
TjiiKLT Wir, Whoti Sir Walter Seott
was ut school, a boy ia tho sumo class
was asked by the dominie what part of
speoch with was. "A noun, sir," snid
tho boy. "Yen, young hlockheud," cried
the jiedugogue, "what exuraplo can you
givo nf euoh a thing '" "I can tell you,
sir," interrupted Scott: "Youknow there's
a vorso iu tho Hi bio which says, 'they
bound Sampson with withs.' "
T$fA Sunday school teacher, deplor
ing the lack of attendants on hia mini-tra-tions,
appealed to tho fewprosont. "What
can I do, hind ho, "to get the boys and
girls here "1 know," said ono' of the
urchins. "Urhat is it?" "Give 'em till
six-peucc apiece.'
AM It ATI'. n.
Arabella
lerlpo ml metier,
A'.U KoodnciB,
CAQ'UhoIdVOK follol?
DI.SCntMl.VATIOK.
"DIITorfiitmeti havoliifornt opinion;
homo lite leoknaiid iuiui liio luiont:"
Hoop Pi: Do. Much wisdom , keen
satire arid good sense in contained in tho
following words ofa eolohratcd preacher,
while touching ou crinoline and the ex-!
trai agauee of dren among ladies uf the
present a ay :
".Let women remember, while putting
on their profuso and expensive iiLtiiv,
how narrow arc the gates of Paradise."
LEGAL NOTICES.
HlRLTliliS SALR.-ON MOXDAY,
at UoVlcfJt M. f naiilday, I will sell at pubik auo
tioa a 1 tbe billowint,'-di.crlii'.d redl etute,
I. I,utn nuiiilieied aecen (7) and oilit 'Si in wiuitre
Buuiber tliroo 3i cf plat 1), m th subdivlii,n u tlie
obt,.tonf Uuviu K. Wu'le, u. rtonkd In li".)k X.i.
"Zl I., of tb Kruidk of Uamlltdri 'iiiiiilv,
t hi. i. nud iruriliiitf cnnli tweaty livu, ':.'n leut on '.Vr.-'t
oru Caual or I'lum-sircin., i-uiiiiiii I'ick tlie
aino i,ltlmi,o biimli- J uud li fty-,ii; iVvt tlir'e
liiclioft to freviileiifM-itnvt.
All lb 4 bus ut' li,ii, aitiiH'K in tlioilty uf Cln
I clnmul, Hamilton I'.ntnty, ulilo, end heine; mini
b.irr'lniniy m; hiuaiy-uiio '91 1, niiK'ty-two '.C , nnd
nuicry-tlireofvJ). in Hiiiiuio niimOti' f.nir i I "I tbr
;iiiaiviBi,ni 1. 1 lot iiuo., l,v II tcliliisv, Av.rv and
trt r, roin d- d in nimk No. Jj, pa lim, i-f tbr
1 Kccorilaur Hamilton County, (iliir., un.l rarhnf nid
, lota fronting twi.ii:y.B.von mi (net, uialiliiR HH t'.-el
ui itii.iiu unmoiiin ml.i nt .Munnio-hiivi.t, ,.x.
l";idlugljit:k on parallel liam ninety (Mo font to un
ailoy.
.1. Alao th following, altunto In Onrlnniiti, for-
merly in Millcnek Timnaliip, in miction nomber
iintt-sti,f'.i In TuwihIiIii iminber throe f.'lj in tbe
encond fractlnual range in the Miami Piirrb'uc,Mnv
ixty-thme lU'ifeot and .ix Ini-hen in front on tbe
northerly lldenf the Cini'.lnnll unri llrri.nn T,i.n.
pike Kuad, and rnnnlug tbmce northerly fuur hun
dred feet, mnro or leu, tu tbo land uf John Kiddle
nn., biiuoded on tlio mint by a bit i fei'OU'idconvHyed
by Be,rnrd and wife to John Hockn'iy. Nnvemlinr 3,
IMand on the went by a lot now or formerly beloug
Inq to.M trk Atkins.
I. Also tno fiillnwiiig, liiimti In f'inciniiati. Ham
ilton County, and !ihii of Ohio, and Imir.wr lots mini,
bored twenly.tiiri'uCB) and t'eiitv-tbiir,,Z0in Wade
it Dudley' nilditinn or rniiilivlaiun of luta in r uiil
city, ai reoei'did in Unuk S", tawfe W), uf the Hir.iiil-
, v" I, iwni.l, ll'll'l-i B1U 1','M IMeil'-y'llllMI i . tij IllIU
; tweiiiy.f.mr 'Mi ImIivj un tliesmiiii i lo ..f I'-ipler-
street, wiiKtof We-afrn-na I bviiiK uac'-i tent-liv
I (V feet in fronton tlio wnlh niUi . (' l'..iil:ir-','ti'.et.
ilia nmnlntr back in parallel imeiiuulh ui;bnlf tbo
dictance from Huidiir to iilivi r.tri.
X AIho, tue follnvlniz iu l'ino,tiii:itl, eoiaiiienclna
at a point on the e.,utli sl.lo uf Clark-, treet, one
hundred and twnnlv-tiirco Hot caat ,f tho loutli
east corner of l.'lark and Freeman atreeui; tlionce
until at rtiflit nniel-j to Uirk-etreet, two Ininiired
undone fur; tliencolu an easterly diroetion twenty
eiKlit (a9Jfeet thencaiu a northerly diinolion anil
parallel with aald west line at ri'ht anglen toClurk
etreot, two hundred nnd oi,e fert to Olark-streot;
thunce westerly on the aoutU line ' f 1'birk-Htiwt,
twnty-olgbt (2iii feet to tlio hcttinnlnu: beinjtlot
nuniberod thirty nine (",j In J. W. I'luln r'a mih
dlvihion of tho Cutter proportv, aa recorded in book
number Kiuht 'v in tho division among tho beirauf
S .tli Cutter, ileceiieil
6. Also, tho rollcwlns lot, eltitntn In llainillon
(.'ountv, and belnii lut iiiiiiibrri.il tliirty-iiine on the
Ilat. 'if ill 'lirli.,n of Aviiinliile, in H.iill l i.ullt?, 1
roriii deil in Hut Book Ko. 1, uige of tho ivcurda of
m lid cnuu y.
'I'ltl'j timll theaboTo rrop Ty pood; tuilo pereinp
t ry. tnniu ca-di; ludng t'ue "nine pmportv cunvevd
to llioiinOerKU iii d bv dr il o: u ut fioin Tii" Clneln-
ntt'' Chicinro li ii'roiiil Cionpui
wy, July I, It.",!,
! .ioiiv w. tmui
! JOHN w. lliOItltON. Trustee,
i ,W,!,"")A'''V',,'I'VV,''"''N''' "'""'IJt
BiVWECIALIiY T UK ATS DISKASKS OF
-4 TUB SKIN, UIliSl'MATIHM, lSi:ASUS OF
W03lhS, and tuirb Clironlo compluiiiNiii maybe
beuvfltteil by tbe llynyonic ni'.l Atni"putlilc ijatem
of bl.ofllce.
Vnpor, Sulphur, Todiue, Ateonic, Mercury, Tur
kish, Uiuilau and Kloclio-Oieiiilcal 1'utlir, h Die
penearyef Medicine, and ivory uiauii'M' uf Ktoctrio
and Magnetic .Spp,iMl ue.
NO, 07 WEbt SIXTIl-brilEKT,
Orllfelei;;a'jA M. t) ,1 P. M. Hlll'.l-tl'l
PUBliCIDEa VIN EJ ARI. K EETcOsfl
Inntlr neon hnti l ml excellent arllcal of Cider
YIuegHr, "UltRiile f.i- eirklo.
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art
. Corter Nlatb ttii Yist.
SEWING MACHINES.
Bloat &Co.
SEWINIi MACHINES,
Cincinnati, Offlce 3 Wen! Fourth reet.
OF THOSE INTENDING '10 PURCHASE,
. jt t i .1 nrtA Aim.
! paratlve merlti of these Sewing Machines with uU
otnom in thu markot,
j ami ki;ax kiisxuy, Aeut.
KELSfiT & COS
!SEWIM-iili(!!hES
' Offlce-30 West Foutth-stret,
' CINCINNATI.
WE AUK OV A DISCRIMINATING
public, in pmmiit ofa rollao'o Serin-Ma.
chine, tlm mint rluld wrnrnrlsnn of the m.rlt ?f
tli hp iMantiiiinn with nil otlior In tha market. We
court it, ling Buro It will roult ia our favor.
D. W. Il-VRRINGIOW & CO..
ansn Aent.
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1 SINGER'S
8EWIN0 MACHINES.
Prktt lkiucti to SSi, 15, llt)nri $123.
"Inifor'B New Fnruil fv1inr Slnelilne,
Tli'1 iiritvof wbiisli a uuly t.'", In u liulit aiidolcaimt
!v ii,'viratol Ul icliinc, aipaMf of pt'ff rming, ill tbe
i!o,titvli". nil thufwina ofa private family.
"Initcr'a Tiiiumvithp shuttle iMncliloe,
Tu ho mill nt V-, l a Machine i-n'lrcly new in it r
ranwinent. It l wry rmmitirul, mnvi rapidly anrl
mry Malljr, ami, fur Cimlly uc and light rrianufar.
'iipnn (iiirti"i",. in 'he vi,ry l-t and cbpapr.r Ma.
chine averniTfro'l to the pnlillc
-Ingcr's Nn, I Ntniidnrrl rhultlf .Uarliine,
P.irraerl; sold at Bi.1V hut now rodnrvd to (Uti, li
unuwn all over tha world, Every tort of work can
in dune with It,
lner' No. 'J Slnntlnrrl hli tittle .tliichinr,
Thie in th favorite nimmfactnrinn Muchinne'dry.
where I'rlco, with table cumplot,8136.
uf Semi for a Circular.
JAMBS 8 KAK DOM,
Aont for J. SI. Slngor k Co.
No. H Knit Koiirlli atreet,
jeH.f i;i NCI NNT1, OHIO
LESTER'S SEWIMG MACHINES.
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WOULD BESVECTFULLY INFORM
IheaewiiiKDubliclhatlamtha eole autborkad
vgeut tor trio t ile ci tne
LESTER'S IMPROVED SHUTTLE
SEWING MKHINES;
iid liidiiKwellarqiiuu.teil ith it mnrltn, andfamll,
arv.itliiiaomtion, 1 loid .mifliloiit Oiat thoao in
mint of sii' li an art kin, will irlvo it prdcrcuco over
ill otlifrs now before tho piii'lio,
I ilii m ii niiiiM sry to dinmerata all It" adTau--a'i,
tho.i. M'ho nmy ni.li to parcliflnu will proba.
blv prt-iVr to niifv tlnMi!R"lvt by perdonul indfMK
iHni, viliU'li thev riiiiyilo tv '.'nlllnK at
'o. Vi WhiI Konrth Mtrei't.
iU'lVinnris purtOiiiHinit Ltlur'a Sewiiiff Machine
trill rccuivv pniotii al instriicti-nid upon tliem l'ro oi
.rurfc. All much l lie warinutuil.
'.VILtJ .-! r, Al'UAM, Agent.
o. Vi West i'omtb itrtetjiHrectlr
Jy2fl-tf-t Opposite Poat Offloe.
EVENS'
MAND EACTl'BINQ
SEWING MACHINE.
I boliere I miika thu boat toctt-Blitch Sowing Ma.
ohlnea, in tba world. If tbe pnrchawrds not think
10 after ail mouths triul, I will rufttnil you tba
GO -5lKTX SIXO,
JPi'ico of Machines.
OVWIB AND BALK UCN)9IS Directly on Die
Nortliwcst corner M ilo aud Kourlu atrveta, over
I Oweu'i Jcnulry eatabliabmont.
irWAll liinle of S-'wina-Miicbiuea ronalrod, and
!Ubt UJiichinory maiintarturod, nt the Factory, 17
Wiilmit-sircit. corner Walnut and Fifth.
fix!' A("!iti wantid In other ritie. to sll my Bur-in-5!acliittvi.
Aduii'59, I'. EVANS, Jr., t'lndn
riati, (I. aui'i
. QUAKIiR CITY:
Two Tlirendod Double Lock Tiuht Hlitrli
FMIIA'SEWIIJIICIIINE.
ALSO
THE VERNON
SauioStltrb.tivosiaoe, price tS'.iMO aud $40,01).
The very Uteat invention and tho iiioHt noiaeicaa and
nerfertriinuine marhinn extant Tlio above tnituiKl
i hiiij.'.'j1
liini'tt uiaao mo eaine emeu, e.uany an wouaa
iced onoH. tin iheae machine wo hpdIv the
ly llemtner unit win turn any wiiiin oi noin ntt
theoulyooein ti o markot tb.it Ib ailjiimablelofold
any wi l'h "1 beta, with any thlckneiwot clotb.
leroTiireiiidineiii tho country wiehiiiK enmplea,
or information, by inclusiuil 3c. etamp, will receive
prompt attention-
Local Uh's'ile aut'jd Iu all the ci'H and townein
Ohio. A,ld'"6 a. A. JUNKS, Artent,
P O. Box Kl;
Orcnll at I'ean Swili'a Wutcli and ,lu"lry Hlore,
l',7 llain uti'el, i door above Fourth, Cincinnati,
Ohio. jyb'i-aml
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WIIOI.KSALi: AND ISLTAlLi
LU3J bk it mux Ij k US.
TARr ON l'ilEfiiUX-ST., NHXT TO
.H. i.'iMcinniiti, tT:itolll"ii iiml llaylou Itnilr nd
Wo wi'ii' c.tll the alioni inn uf purchase ufLiuntiur
to tue 1, liOM.'ug mil oi I'rliee;
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lit I'uiii. White pine i'locring Uoards,
W (iiiii. "
31 (.'.mi. " ' "
Yclb'-p!iio Kl.ioritijr Ilo,iri!a,
,:i,ui lor fteiii.
let '"oin.Wlii'.e-pinn Weiitiiei lloanle,
2d Com. " " "
Im ( em. Partition Hourde
ti Com. "
r'or iir"""-!! Lumber, '.n for oiin
el ... nnd fur t o aiaos eitiu will
b r.'ii il'vjed.
No. .-lii.i-..l ;.;bl!ii'!.
No. I Suv.mI "
Inl'ili. .riUAl:i!es ill ir.i i.-ii.iii.
i;ii:ir I ..eeiiiii I'eii.", I 'n, I in. e:ir)i.
" " ib-ogii ,
;if ,m
le in
lKII'l
x,' ;i
ijij
l t':.
i ii
4 !)t
Hi
Ijeei.it.
(Ill dllbi.if i.'M ur OVerafuribei' i-udindliu ul''.wnir
cent .is niudu.
At i nese prices ve have two or threo million foot of
gond !-'easi med Lumber fur sale.
Parlies vi .liln'ii' uurcliuni Lumber will do veil to
giva us a call. 'i Uo M AH W. FAIUIIN li CO.
inuai-tfli .
FEONT-STREET FACTORY
LUMBER DEPOT,
No. 107 Kust Front HI rest. Imt, Plko aud Butler-it 'a,
Huiitli-side.
MAVINO FITTED UP TUB I'REMI6E8
with the inuAt iuiprorril kind uf machinery, I
mil prepared to I' lrnlsli, at slwrt notice, nil kinds of
II unsound Sloainboat, i'arHiiitor nnd .leiner's work,
bitc.li. Itliuds, Iioci's, Kruuies and Moidiin,'s, uf ail
deseriiitlutji. Mi.iinb.i.tt l.uiulier, Woatlier-liouril.
UK, S'lluyle-.S'.ililii.;, I'loiriiig, il,...Vn( ,;,,i,si,,nty
on liaii'l. 1'urliculitr uUentbui pnid to pliiuinir, rlti
iii and scroll ..awiinr. ileavv fr.iinlng luinbor can
I n laned and trued .) luot long, and ao Inches wide.
kVrsnna hliout to build, ill iiml it to their advan
tage to give ros a call, WJI, JONES,
auii-tiB Frcirlttsr,
MISCELLANEOUS.
WE8TEBN1
C011RCUL COLLEGE,
WlbL-
CHANGE ITS LOCATION
-10-
NIXON'S NEW BUILDING,
OPPOSITE THE POSTOrFICE,
us
Moiiday, tho 13 th, inst.
. SPECIMENS OF
Penmanship of tbe Institutioii,
Mir BE SEEM AT TU1
MECHAXfCS' FAIR.
Mp2-y
THE OLD DOMINION
AND
TEA POT.
A 11 T II V IK'
SELF - SEALING
FRUIT CANS
AMD
tT A. JEX. S,
The belt now In me and all prepared for Dealing.
P 11 A T T'.S
PATENT
MILK- PAN
The erenteat invention yot. livery bouae-Ueeper
.hould nave one.
AUTHOR, DURNHAM ft 01LR0Y,
Manufacturers of Patent Articles.
WTrado Depot for the West,
24 Kaat Pearl itreot, Cincinnati,
JOSEPn K. C1REKN, Agent.
Wenil for a trade Circular. aul
W j B. DODDS,
formerly of Hall.Doddn & Co.; late Crban.Dodda & Oo.
W. It. Vodds & Co.,
MANPFACfURIM Or TH1
oonoreth
Fire and ISurglar Prool
S l IP JS mi
S. W. Corner of Vlr.e Jt second Streets.
Tblr, Is the moat reliable PIRB AND nURGLA
PKOOr" SAKK that ia made in the United Statea, and
ia warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be aold
tt lower price, and it of better workmanship than
can be found olaewliera.
Wa bare a Urge oaaortment on hand, and are de
termined to loll at pricoa that caunot fail to pleaae.
Old Sale h
Taken In exchange. SECOND-HAND SAFXS al
wsyi on baud at extremely low pricoa. 97H
SaUonstall's Fire and Water Proof,
ADUESIVE AND EuASTIC
COATING FOR ROOFS.
THE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
Coating for Metal Hoofs, or any Iron Work ex
ported in iiao. Warranted to withetaud the eevereat
testa uf Meat, Cold, Kaln, or Sulphur io Acid, and re
main perfectly impervious to Water, It will not
melt, crack, vanh or scale off. For now, old, leaky
metal roofs, or for canvoa roofs, it is Ml por cent,
cheapor than any other coating. All orders accom
panied with the cash or satisfactory references, will
be promptly II Hod, in anv unsold territory Soiithand
Wostof New York and Pennsylvania. For further
Information, apply to
F. KOY8 V CO.,
Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers,
Jc7-t 132 West Second stroet, Cincinnati, Ohio.
itdorlci! "RWwaitr"!
rgiUE OUTCALT ELASTIC MI
J. TAl'.LIO BOOKING" iaolfi'iod to tho pu'.llc
4S the bcL and cheapeat Metal Koof now used, its
merits teal ed by an experience of years in thiscily
mid vicinity. Applied to lint or steep, old or new
buildings. No solder used -fn-tenod h. curely with
out exposure to the action of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxod for shipment to any part, of
the United States, can be applied by any one tth
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders n omptly filled.
CALbW KLL 4 CO,
lylfi-lf 133 weslSecoud street.
Mcrrell's Blackberry Anodyne.
'1HIS MEDICINE IS OFFERED TO THE
n. public asoneofthebest.if not the veiy best med
icine that hai ever been invented fur liAi;iiiit:A,I)v8
CNeuv, Dh ii.f.ua I.ni antvm, and all olbi r dernuKe.
montuvif tlio stomach and Digestive Ornaua, which
are an pro'iilant and fatal in our country corp cH
Iho d Taiiged coniliti' D of tbe Livir; ull ns Nervouf
Irr'tulinn?, such us 's caused by Tuetliing, glvnt
miio ttri'l healthy actl in to the bow 'Is, aud withal, i.
oleasaut to take. ly'li-btn
VLAMiOVi AND Nfc;V Y(H
STEAMSHIP tOMFANT.
1TRA11 TO OlASGO uIVKKPOOL, BSLfASI
DUBLIN AN'P LONIIONIlEBUy
FOB :I0.
rBOM NDW rOHK
lilniiinw, Thonnon,Wo'dneBday, Aug. II. at iSntn.n
Kdiuoiirpli, Curoniing;. Wednesday,. lune 1, "
KliiHuow, Thomson " July A, "
n.uiuburli,oumniiiig.. " Julyjrf, "
rann olaboow.
Kdlnbtirah. Onmmlna... Saturday, May 7.
biln.aow, Thomson,.. Wednenday, July 37
Rdiuutireli, Cnmmlng... " July 2
Bates of Passage from New 7ork, Phlla.1 dphia , I
Boston, to CIiwkow. Liverpool, Relfusl, flublfn oi
Londonderry, Aral class, 574. Stecrimc, fimii'l win
in abundance of properly-cnoked provisions, $:$0.
An experienced Surgeon attached to each sioamei.
No charge for medichiee.
Kir KreiKht or Passnge, apply to
i7 ItOHICftT CllAlG. 17 Broadwal.
a INDICATED S T R K N at E F I N d
I'L.AliTBltS.-Theae Plasters are excolloni
lemw lei in caes of pain aud weakness in the side,
Oram or back ; also, in rheumatic aflections,coiiiiiis
wthnia.sprains, bruises, and kidney or spinal u1iik
tlons. Tho Arnica, Gulbauuiu, Pitch, Puor 51au's
ind Hemlock Plasters, are manufactured of various
lies, on kid or cloth, and Poor Mno'sou paper, byS
. GRIFFITH, and supplied to dealers and dniggiste
on as good teruisaaanv manufacturers iu tbe U.S. tS)
LAUIKS IP YOU WISH A GOOD DOU-ble-Threaded
Family Sewing Machino; which
for nructiciil use can not be surpassed, call at No. u
Carlisle Iliilldlug. second story, corner Fourth and
Waluut.Hud see "Novelty," liruen's Pab-nt, thoonly
Machine that can bo used with eltlutra HinlAriiil,,,i-
ble thread. It is tbe best Machine mu.de,, and never
breaks needles. Call and soeil. or Henri n,r Circuiar
i-Bdenocinieiiofwork. F. T. COLEMAN,
.. Sole Agent for the West and aonth-wost.
No. .119 Main-street, licluw Fourth.
H. CAMPBELL & 70.,
iJANUFACTURERS OF EAR, HEET,
LTi and Boiler Iron, Plow Slabs, Railroad Spikes.
Etc. Also, Agents for tho sale of lrontou Star Nails.
Wnroroowa No. Ill East Second Street, Cincinnati.
Ohio.
WAII kinds i ron mode to order. 1r
J. J. BUTLER'S
lixcclsior Fluid Inks.
Mniiufactnry. 3ft Vine St. M
DRS. B. EHRMAN&W.aiEECHi
IIOMCEttPATBitlSm
OFFICB NO. -le SKVKNTH STREET.
Office hours from A.M., 1 to 3, and 7 to 9, P.M.
jy.'S cm
WILLIAM H. BALDWIN. ATTORNEY
and Oonasellpr at Law, Cbaw'i Building
Thirl itrtsti I dcori list of Mala lli
rKstrMi Self-YeRtllatlns
MISCELLANEOUS.
BY 8TATE AUTHORITY.
! Incorporated 1819. riiartcrPtsrpetQal
I "Atenpy established In ' lncinnntl in IMS, an
! toiiatlng all preMuit lu. al Insurance Companies and
AKoucies in the Insiirauoe buii e- In this city. 3;j
i years constant duty here, comLim-d with wealth, ex
perience, riiterrrito and liberality, especially cuiu
mend the .KTN A ln-urauce .! mpany to the lavorn
Die patronaooof this coinmuiiliy stendina solitary
and alone tbe sole survivor hii,1 living pioneer of
Oinclnuatl und rwriters ol 13.
Losaua rnl'l In ( lucliiunil iloi lug nam Five
Yt ttr-, gi I it!, 1131 i7.
CashCapital;l.()O0,000.
ABSOLUTE ANP VNIM PAIBKl). WITH A
SUM PLUS Or' SI.03i.4a3 8u.
And the preitlgo of id y. ars success and experience.
IXTKSTUKSTa OK
Ovfr $100,COO ii! Ohio Securities.
i:i;tviKi- it sti'j.ooir.ooii 1,01 -i'i
Uave bwii pud by iliu .',; ,i , Insuiunce Uunipanyin
the ,iit 10 years.
Fire end Inlimd Nuviin lun Klsks accep'ed
at terms ei,nsin.nt u tih suiveii.y slid lair prorlts.
Kspecial atti'iiriou i:in to Insurance ot Liwelli'.Ks
and C uiloiin, tor turns f 1 to.'. years
Application made tu any duly authorized Aaent
riruim.tlv ntt- iidod to. Ity strict a' telttion to a legit
mate Insursn e business, tin's Company is enabled
tootterboth i ilfiin ii i t,.i ihe past and seen Ity fur
the future, Pulicii" l.stied wiibout delay hy
JAS H. CA UTP.lt, Agent. No in Slain .treat.
A. F. PM'I'II, tsslstallt Aiellt
II. A. LINIibEY. Aio'iit ITI Vine street.
I.J. HOOhKH. Amni e'li'ion 17th H'.rJ sna
'fail EJS - k 0 U K T ii
or mi
PROFITS OF THE BUSINESS
IHVIUED ANNUALLY
TO
POLICY-HOLDEaS.
B VIA IT'S. r-v- ..ji-tv w
Ssf
18 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
CAS II CAPITAL 300,0110 (IU
ASSETS July 1, 15! 103,S1 S4
LIABILITIS 1,5I4 37
rHlIIE ATTENTION OF THE COMMU
JL NITY is re'porlfully celled to tho following
fentures in connection with this ('oiiipnnv:
Fiusr Hy insuiiug In this l-ouipniiy. tbo sdvant
aces of aMnlual luanrnnee Couiptny aro obtained,
with itieaddiilon:ilailTiiiil:igeaibiriii.il iu I he security
given by an uinpla nud reiinide (':isb ri,iiul a fua
tore not presented nyorillriary.llutiuil Fire Insurance
Companies. Toe dividends to custuiuers, alioudy de
clared, are an follows:
First Iliviniti to I'l licy-Hol.levs, Is.'", ffii per cent.
Ke.'ond do. , do. do. 1-SS, 6n '
Third do. do. do. l.sVi, M) "
Sr.ooKii Th secnrily given, which Is already largo,
will constantly increase wil h each year of successful
operations. This is exhibited leai b in the follow
ing statement, showing the position of the Company
in each year since tho new system una adopted.
July, WO, Net Assets of the Coin puny S'i7o,.'r..'l 43
" j-.',7, " " ' lH';l,7la M
" ls.'i.s, " " " 7M,mt2
" lsV.i, Cross Assets, " 'Jik'',ll M
" " Liablliiies I'liMI .17
Tmitn The instireii Incur no I'tihility whatever,
while obliiiuliigtbcbo advHiiiB,7"r ot sinwriur security
and ehoiiiio-ss. 'JKt I. T. lilji'l,, I'lestdent.
if. II. liAwi'oRT, Secretary.
Oim s 1'k.ci;, Assintant Seciotury.
SAM'I E. MACK it Go.. Agents,
35 West Third-Mlrei'l, Cinrionatl.
suLli-anil
T "6H O USE K E E P E S S
important uj jro vitient!
WELLS' 1 IT EXT
Vd CD
u
WEIGHS ONLY fi.1 LBS1 MANOFACTUBKD,
WIJOLESALF. AND RETAIL, BY
CKXNETT & 0i,
.'yfl-ain Kvcamore street, below Fifth.
m
i.vv.rs3 v
'-itt'-'.l'-i ''-:!
tm
Tii p. wmrnv.i.ixm.r. mhp. anj
BCliGLAR PROOF eAFHi-VTliev hiivegivsi.
more sMlistactioii liiRo env other now in use.
WenlT.Ta rewiird .fli.VS TiIO!'AM I)0!.
IjAH to at y parson tbit I'an, up to the present
lime.showa -drgie inste.nee wherein they have failed
to preserve their col. tent 1.
W'lih thisSAn; we eha!lcnm sll cnmpetltlon, as
helm the best Hrv Proof. Hnralar Pni"f, or Fire
and lluiglnr Proof now mad": and an- willing to
test with iiuy SHtiihilshnie t In the Colon, iud the
par y failing first, lo forfeit to the oilier, tho sum
"f$2,'ion
Weare prepared tofnrnlsh a beilerSafo.nni! at less
cost, than any other manufacturer Iu tho United
states.
Seci.rd-hnnd Snfe' nf other mukore, Io on bund.
We respect fully inviro the public to call and exam
ine our fctooli before nnre!iael"it ljrw here.
HALL. CiKitOI.L A CO.,
aiurf-nvl N. 11 and 17 Ilial Columbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BLCCDY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholio, and
ALL PAI.VS IS THE RTOMACU Jt BOWELS.
JTIadP by GEO. S. LIGHT.
WHOLBSALK DRTJQOtfir, CINCINNATI.
FOR 8ALK BV JOHN D. PARK, BUIKB, EOK
8TINIS A CO., and Drimgisti generally. Ordor left
at W ilmamson Si IlArntLD, iio. 41 Walnut street
will be attended to. aiil3-l0Tl
' 1. X. JL.
AFTER MANT YEARS OF PRACTICAL
experience in the art or Mnstanl-making, the
proprietors offer the above brand of Muautrd to the
public, cuariiiiteeluK it a strictly pure article, manu
factored from tho best quality of seed, carefully se
lected with tli" ib'.Ign of uroduclngn Mustard StJPfC
RIOll IN FLAVOR AND I'l'NOENCY TO ANY
NOW IN USB. We have no liesltaiton in anying
that all lovers of good Mustard will find tho I. X. L.
to be that which they ho frouoautly fail to obtain,
MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTAPD.
WOrden ptomptly tilled.
IIARRI80N A WILSON',
je24 UH nnd 101 Wnlnut-ntrcot.
Composition Roofing.
rjjHE nodersignod ia protinrod to put on a
Composition Koof of tlio best guality at ibort
notice
Office In J ft B. Bruco'i Carriage Repository, cor
Bor Third and Vine.
BV Roc&ig material constantly en hand, and for
ia!t. (jyfl.Jo)) j. U. NOBLE.
s-.ejts;, - &-v7; ft'i.'.aa
I
I
'
!
RAILROADS.
JUNE 20. 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
fOUR DAILY TRAINS LEAVB IES
X1 Sixth-street Depot.
Trains run tiirongh to Indianapolis, Lima, Ban.
dusky and Cleveland without change of cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North
em and North-western cities.
A. H EX Pit KM TKAINfColntnbnstlms,
which issoveu minutes fastor iban Oincinnsti) For
Cleveland and Pittsburg, via Ilelawars, makes close
connection at lirestline for Pitlsburg, Baltimore,
Philadelphia and Now York: arid at Cleveland for
Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston and New York. Aleo, con
nects at Dayton with Dayton and Blicuiitan Koad for .
Troy, Piq.ua. Mdney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Kort
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Toledo at .1:30. Detroit
at :00, aud Chicago ol 7:2 P. M..O,uinry aud Galena
at 7 A SI. Also, at Dayton with Gti-enviileand Miami
Itoad, for Greenville, Union, Winchester and Mun
cie. Also, connects at liiclimond w ith Indiana "an
tral Bead, fur Indianapolis. I.afeyotle.rhitsgo, Terra
Haute, St. Louis, and all Western cities. Also, at
Richmond with Cincinnati and. Chicago Road, for
Aud.r on, Kokomo and Peru, i Also, counecta with
Junction ltuilroadat Hamilton tor Oxf. rd,
S A. M. .MAIL Tit AIN -For Dayton, Soring.
Hi Id and Sandusky Conuec's at Sandusky with
STKAMEKfor DTBOIT: at UR11AN AforUnLUM
Bl"S; at Forest with I'ittsbiiig, Kort Waynea'.dCht
cugo Itoad, st and Wesi ; at Clyde with C. and To
ledo Head forOlevel-nd aud buffalo, Toledo, Detroit
and Chicago, This train also conned at DKLA
WAHBwiih the O.C.&C. Itoad for Cleveland and
points Ka t; alsoconnocts at Uaoilltou with Junction
Railroad lor Oxford.
4::0 l". 31. T It AIM For Dayton. Springfield
aud Sandusky Connects at Forest w.th firtnlmrg,
Kort Hayne ami -'Mvaeo Itoad nat and Wilt: at
Clyde wiihC.i.r 1 Toledo Itoad lor Cleveland MiigBuf.
felo, Toledo, rteiroit and Chicago. Aiao, connects at
ttlrhmond for ludiunapolis, T-ire Haute, Hi. Louig
aud Chieattu. Alio, oi.uects with Junction Uitilroad
at Hsniiltiir. furi'xt'ord.
I". VI. Tit A I, -for Dayton. Troy, l'hma, 8ld.
ney, Limn, Toledo, Detioii, Fort Wayne and Chi
otgn. n aoliing Chlcegu at 8 A. 31.
mT The n and iA M. train, connect at Cleveland
wltb steamers for Buffalo
Pur further information and Tickets, apply at the
Ticket olhees-noi'tb-east comer Front and Broad
wav; No. ii'ci tialuut street, n ar Gibson House; at
to., new Ticket OiHce, o . the west side cf Viue-streat,
between PoKtoflloe and Burnet House, at tha WaluV
Stree House, or at the Sixth-street Depot.
auli D MoLABliN, Superintendent.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Tlaln No. I Kiprosi, at 6 A.M. (Connects via
CotuinhusHud Cleveland, via t 'oluiubus.CruRtltne and
Pittsburgh, via Columbus, Steubenvllle and Pitts
burgh, DetroitvlaCleveiaudaud steamer. This Train
stops, botueen Cinciuuuti und Columbus, at Love
laud, Dnerdeld, Slonow. Xeuin, Cedarville, South
Charleston. London and West Jefferson.
Second Ti ai n- No. 2 L'xprcss at 6-.SU A. M ., connect,
vi,i Colnmtuis, Betlitli' and Uennood; WheelitiK; via
Columbus, StoubenviilOHud Piiuburg: riaOolumbus,
C'ostllne alio Pittsburg: via Ikilnli.bus nud Cleve
land; Detroit, via Cleveland and steamer; W bite bnl
phur ftalion.via bpriujlieid This Train stops be
tween Cim iniiatl and Cclninbus. ut Plainville, Mil.
ford, lliaiuiiillo. Loveland. Iieerfleld, Morrow, Cor
win, Spring Valley, Xeuia and London.
Third Train Accorniiiodatiou, at 4:4(1 P. 11., for
Columbus nnd Springfield.
Fourth Train Niiiht KY.presB.at lli.WP.M.; con
nects viiiC'oIuuibuii, Uellniraud Renwood; Wbeeiing,'
via Columbus, Steubenville nnd I'lttsioirg; via Co
lumbus, Crestline nd ritlsbuig: via Columbus and
Cleveland. This train stOj nt Loveland, ilorrow.
Corwin, Xeniaaud London. tSLKKI'INO CARS ON
THIS TRAIN,
No. 1 Express, through toClevclandwithoutchanga
ot cars.
No. 2 Expross, through to tVhocliugwIihout chsnga
or cars.
The NIGHT KXPItESS Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:3(1 P. M.,rnni,daily,oceptSATUitDAi'S. The
ether Trains run daily, except SUNDAYS.
For all information, und nirough Tickets: to Boa.
ton, Now York, Philadolohia, Baltimore, Washing
ton. Buffalo, Niagara Falls, i'unkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, nnd nil tlie Kastorn places,
apply at the Clbcus, Walniil Street House, No. 1 Bur
not. Mouse, south-est corner of Broadway aud Froal
streets, and at tho Eastern lepot.
Trains run by Colunibus limes which II seven mL
utcs faster than Cincinnati tiaio.
J. DDRAND, Sup't.
Omnibuses cull for passengera by leavlug direction
at the Ticket Offices. my 17
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE NORTHWEST,
AND THE NORTHWEST, VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Only One Change of (Vtrs between Wncmnat
giio! Cltiaino.
Throe FsssengerTraiualeavoljincinnatidally, from
the foot of Mil I and Front stree'a.
5:.'l A. M. Chicago Mail arrives at TudianapolU al
10:30 A.M.; Chicago at 7:25 I', f . Thla trffln con.
necu with all night trail's on I uf Chicago, for tus
West and North-west.
'2:0U St. Torre Haute aud Luyfayette Accommoda
tion arrives at Indianapolis, nt 1:tKI P. M., maklDg
direct connoctloi s at ludiunapolis with Term U ante
T rains and Indianapolis aud Latayette trains for
ller.atnr. Hnrinutielil. NaDles. Cllincv. Ilamiibal and
St. Joseph; also with Pern triina for Peru, Ft.Waynt
and Toledo.
6:lK P.M. ChlciigoExpioss arrives at Indianapolis
nt 10:;Xi P. M.; Chicngo at 7:10 A.M. Making close
...,n...,ln...l m.;. ,rilh u. I Minmlna Iruln.Anl
tronnectlonsat Chicairowith ail tuoenins trains out
of Chicago, This train conifers at I ndlanapolli
with Terro Uauto trains for all o;nU West and
Northwest.
Sleeping cars are atMChed tt all tbe night train)
on this Hue, and run tinougli to Chicago without
change of cars.
This is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with fav .ruble ami tollable arrangements
iv'th all connectl"". male ikioitgb.mt tliei entire
West, guarantees unusual care and the amplest ao
rwnmodiiilone to Hie nations ot this line.
H4A- Dnsiire yon ore in the rig it ticket office before
yoa purchase your tick-is, and ask for tickets via
Lnwrencehurg and Indtaiiapoll.
Fare the sui.ie as by any oibor route. Baggagr ,
ch":ked tlinuich.
Tfl ROUGH TICKKT8. good ttitil used, can be ob
tained at tbe ticket offices, ut eiicer House Corner,
north-easr. corner Hroivlw-ay artd Front; No. I Bur
net House forr.er; at the Walr it-street House), and
at Dejit office, foot of 11 ill, on Front street, when
all r.iHef.hury tpfornW-ion r.iay b. had.
Omnibi's-as run to and from oh hain, and
call f it easoiigera at all hotels and all parts of the
city, b) leaving Bdrtress at elthoi office.
W. II. L. NOBLE,
'
civld Geneial Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
Vi-oar Through Route for
INDIANA I'OI.lh.
TEUH1C HAl'TB.
ST. LOUIS.
LA fAYE I'TK.
OH It AGO.
L0GA58P0BT.
PRBP,
FORT WAY1T1.
TWO DAI LYTFIKOUGiITBAlNSleaTe Sixth street
Depot, at A. W. and 4:30 P. M.
ft A. M.-ISIHANAP('I,18, til. LOUIS 4 OtIIOA
HO FAST K.Xl'nKS.S.-Tbrough.lirect.tiiaklngclose
connections for all other Western and Nonh-aeetern
points This Train alse connecisat Richmond with
Cincinnati aud Chicaco Roada, for Anderson, Koko
010, Logunsporr ind all points ou Wanasb Valley
Railroad.
li.Hi P. M. INDIAN APOIjIS, tlHICAGO Jt ST.
LOUIS NIGHT KXr KKSN.-Thf above Trains make
close connections at I ndiannpolie, Lsfnyotteand Chi.
cago, with Truinsl'or Terre Haute, Spriniffleld, Uock
(slanil. Gub sbnrg, Kenr sbft, I.al Yos.e, Jacksonville,
Danville, llurllugton, Slilwstikee, lintt.,n, Naples,
'..ile'ia. tjuiucy, Pralrli du Cl lon, Pana, Peoria,
llniilnlth, Itaoine, Pncalnr, Ulooii.ingtoli, Joliet, L
mii.i.m. i aui.anu an towns anu cities ir toe norm
woet.
WTTh rough Tickets given an! Baggage checked
through.
For I'm tberiiiformatl.il, nnd Through rieketa,aa.
ply to Ticket Offices, noi th-eaet corner ol Front and
Broadway: No. ltiu Walnut street, n.ar Fourth; at
south-east corner of Fourth and Vine street, or at
the Slxtb-street Depot.
U. M MORROW, Superintendent.
Omnllmses will call for piisaRngers by leaving their
ai either cf tbo Ticket Offlcei.
-f
in W H SWITlf. Aet.
OANDY ! OA NDY
(Sncceisor to II Tigs ft Oo,)
Manufacturers aud Wholeialo Dealers
-IS-... .
FINE MD PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI
mylT ,
JOHN BONER.
, fsuocaasos to pgria tairn,)
At 36 Wgt Fifth St.,
Has conatnntly on hand Largs) Vnrlety ol
FMCI COODS, TOYS, CHINA,
FANCY BASKETS,
Fishing Tackle, Military Goods, eto
WHOLKSALS AND RETAIL,
AT VERY IOW PRICE.

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