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THE PRESS.
OfPICI, 11 WEST FOUBTH-BTKKKT.
WEDNESDAY .SEPTEMBER 11
SIX CENTS WILL PAY FOUTHE
PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
THE RAILROAD ENGINEER'S SONG.
I love-Oli Iiow I love t ride
The Iron Horsu in his Aery pridi';
All other toye seem dull and valu,
Wheu I lay my baud un Ma misty mini".
Fear him tint ! with bis ribs of sloel,
His tlatiiing throat ami his brushing wheel :
And htssmuKy crest, so Idackuud tall.
Like u pillar com: rod with a funeral lull.
Though lua stamping i.lik" the solid giunti'l.
And be f hi ten the firu-Uskusall aruiiud i
He's r;eutle us leii'ict iu ladv's loin
W hin he. tcoli my hand on bis misty mane.
Lot niii astride ol'the Iron Horse ;
t ull of lioroo lii ry, spood aud t rco .
Ami hark how ho pants, uod blows iiud snorts,
While my akill bis eager bouudlug thwarts.
But lien I'm mounted nu ti la back,
nd y on sec bim roming- clear thu track!
Nothingcan check bim in hlsconrao,
At be thunders along my Irou Hone !
Than luirxn ! the Iron ltorac for me I
Tbooitk'U scarce lll-n fast ad be ;
lie ekinis the valley and scour tbo p'aiu,
Aud abates liko a cloud hie uiialy uiaue.
lie trucks tbo prairie, cliubs tliolilll
The wild woods ech i bis neighing shrill :
And alien the florco tempest lashes tbo shoies,
Louder than ever the storiu h wars.
Lord.
who is now
a short time
lord,
residing
since riding
Illinois, was
from Jacksonville to Pooria, iu thatStato, 1
ii nd us ho was passing a small hut by the
nadsido. ho noticed a shaKirv-headed boy
about eight years of age, with largo eyes,
no hat, and dressed in a worn-out pair of
hiB father's trowsers, trying to balance
himself on tho splintered top of a hickory
stump. ' 1
More for the purposo of breaking tho
monotony of riding all day without speak
ing than to gain information, Mr. Lord
reined his horse up to the fence ind said
"My little boy, cm you toll mo how far
it h to S namoQ li'ittotn r
The boy poised himself on one leg,
opmied his eyes to their fullest extent,
and replied :
"'Bout six miles, I reckoa"
"Do you live in that house ?" inqul.od
Mr. Lord.
"I reckcj," was tho roply.
"Do you onjoy yourself out hero in tho
woodB?"
"A heap."
"What ails your pants?"
"Tore 'em," was the laconic answer.
Finding that ho had hold of a genius
that could not bo pumped, Mr. Lord
turned his bead to depart, but in return
was now hailed by tho boy, who, in a
comical, half-reluclunt tono, exclaimed:
"What mout your name be ?"
"Lord." was the answer.
Hero tho boy grinned all over, even to
the wrinkles in his father's trowsers, and
seeuied hardly able to suppress a broad
snicker.
"You seem pleased," said Lord; "per
haps you never heard the namo before ?"
"Yes, I have," replied tho younger;
' I've hoard pap road about you in tho
Uihlo !"
Lord put spurs to his borss, and says
that even thoughts to which the incident
fjavo riso were) not sufficient to keep him
iVotri snickering tho rest of the journey.
Search for Wives.
Where do xuen usually discover the
women who at'terwavd becoiuo their
wivK? is a question wo havo occasionally
heard discussed; and tho result invaria
bly como to is worth mentioning to our
young lady reader ( lianoo has much
to do in tho affair; hut then thoro are
important governing circumstances. It
is certain that few men make a selection
from ball-rooms, or any othor place of
public gayety; and nearly as few uro
lDtluonced by what way be called showing
off iu streets, or by any allurements of
dross. Our conviction is, that nincty
nino hundrodths of all the finery with
which tho womon decorate, or load their
persons, go for nothing, as far as husbaud-'
catching w concerned. Where and how,
then, do men find thoir wives? la tho
ijuiothouiosot' their parents orguardians
at the tiresidc, whero the domostic graces
and feelings aro alono demonstrated.
'J heec uro tho charms which most surely
attract tho high as well as tho humble.
Against these, all tho finery and airs in
tho world sink into insignificance We
shall illustrate this by an anocdotc, which,
though not now, will not bo tho worse for
bcinc arain told. In the year 1773, Poter
Bursell, Esq., of Bcckcnham, in Kent,
wrioso Iiealtii was rapiuly declining, was
advised by his physicians to go to r'pa for
tho recovery of his health. His daugh
ters foarod that those who only had
motives entirely mercenary would not
pay hiui that attention which ho might
expect from thoso who, from duty and
aiteotion united, would tcei tno greatest
pleasure from ministering to his ease and
cumfort; they therefore resolved to ac
company him. They proved that it was
not a spirit of dissipation and gaiety that
led them to ripa, for they were not to he
Been in any of the pay and fashionablo
oiroles ; they wero nevor out of their
father's company, and never stirred from
home except to attend Mm, either to tab
tho air or drink the waters; in a word,
tney lived a most reclusive life in tho niidht
of a town then the resort of tho imt
illustrious and fashionable personages in
urope. IniS exomplary attention to
rhir Pithr-r npnmirp.fi thflsft thrftfl nm n i n
...... --- - - --
sisters tne aamiration 01 an tno lingiisn
at Spa, and was the eauso of their eleva
tion to that rank in life to which their
merits pave them a just title They were
all married to noblemen one to the Earl
ol iSeveriey.anotner to tnouuuoot Hamil
ton, and afterward to tho Marquis of
Exeter, and a third to the Duke of North-
uiiiueriuuu. auu iu jo, jubuuu tu buuiu iu
say that they reflected honor on thoir
rank, rather than derived any from it.
. J$25f A Btory is to';d nf a doctor in tho
goodly town of 15 , iota hundred miles
irom Vermont. The doctor kept missing
his wood, and set watch. As was ox
weeted, it proved to ho tho work of a near
neighbor, who soon appeared, and caro
- fully culling out all dry wood, started off
". with an armful The doctor gathered up
aa armful of green wood and followed,
r tugging as fast as he could, and just as
the man threw down his armful, tho doc
tor did the same, exclaiming: "There, you
muBt burn green wood a partof tho time
I havo to, and departed, leaving the
" thief to his own reflections.
tiT Jerry Diggs says ho rememborod
Itis old miserly uncle in his will, for ho
bequeathed "to my mother's brother
tuu tlint, and a knifo to ekinitwith."
HUMOROUS.
Dismal. A lubluuclTbly sufferer in
aoarcli of rural felicity among the Whito
Mountains oonoentratea his feelings of
intense dreariness in the following lines :
Nine weary up-hill miles ws sped)
The sotting sua to see:
Sulky and grim he went to bed,
Sulky aud grini went we,
Seveu sleepless hours we tossed, aud then
Tbo risinji aim to see
Sulky and grim wo row agsln,
Sulky ami grim ruse be.
This is worse than Dickens's grim cx
ierieuco when in this country, at that
yriin meeting of riui (Junkers ho so
grimly describes in bis "Notes."
Tii.vNsiKXDENTAi.isji " You kuow, mud
am, that you can not mukc u purse out
of a sow's our."
"Oh, sir, pleusu inn we. I have inti
mations of a swoon. When you use that
odious specimen of vulgarity again, cloth o
itiurotined phraseology! You should
say, it is iiupossiblo to fabricato u pecu
niary receptacle from the auricular organ
of the noftor sex of tho genus hog."
fcA rospectablo wouinn, in n highly
rospectablo family in Baltimore, caught
hor husband tho other day in tho act of
breaking her hoops. Thu exertion, or
something else, had a singular effect upon
him. His hair cumo off at a 'stonishinr,
rate.
Sca'Pa, what kind of wood is the
school-board mudo of V askod a littlo
wmarty of his father. "IJiroh, my son,
used mostly by teachers lor uoruly boys,
5nikv. nut this bov to bed ho is Kettin
sleep'.
Jr2rA gentleman who, under the least
excitement, would exclaim, "there is a
crisis coming," was considerably amused
at being gravely informed by a little four-year-old
sun that "tho cry-sis hud come,
and was in bed with mother."
Jr"Boss. I waut twenty-live cents,"
said a jour printor to his employer.
"i wcnty-nvo ccnt3.' now souu uoyou
want it, Juke."
"Xext Tuesday."
"As soon as that ? You can't havo it ;
I told you often that when you wero in
want of so largo a sum of money you must
give at least four weeks notice."
Modesty. An Irish corporal, who now
and then indulged in a noggin of right
good poteen, was thus accosted by his
captain, while standing ut ease "Pat,
what makes your noso red ?" "Plase yer
honor," said Pat, "I always blush when 1
spakes to an officer."
BSyHero is a fifty-year-old jcu d'esprit
that is ijuito as good us new. A rich old
gentleman by tho namo of Would married
a girl not yet out of her teens. After tho
wedding ho wrote the following, to inform
a friend of tho happy event:
"Yon sue, uiy rttnr Dor tor,
Tliouuli I'ixluy years old,
A of nineteen
H alls iu lovo with old Gould!"
To which tho doctor replied :
"A girl of nineteen
Slav lovo (Joukl, it is trn";
lint be tevo me, ilenr sir.
It is uold without L'l"
jfeSfFormerly women were prohibited
from marrying until they had spun a set
of bod furniture, and henco were entitle d
spinsters until married. A morose old
bachelor, at our elbow, remarked: "N'ow-a-days
they spiu street-yam!" AVe
"looked daggers" at him, of course, us
every body knows wo don't like to hear
ill-natured remarks about tho ladies.
JrjJA country miuistcr sayc, there are
four things ho wants kept at homo when
he preaches, that i'j: children and dogs,
candidates and stud-horsci
ASSrThcro is a place in Georgia whero
tho land is so poor that wheu they bury
any ono, they put iu a little guano, so as to
bo able to raise them in the last day.
K3r"A littlo boy was saying his prayers
half asleep: "Now! lay mo down to sleep;
I pray tho Lord my soul to keep. If 1
should die before 1 wake pop '.roes tho
weasel !"
XteJf'lt may sound like a paradox, yet
tno DreaKiue; oi uom an army s wings is
a pretty sure way to make it lly,
tjapTo succeed, you must keep uioviut:
to grow rich, you must keep saving.
LEGAL NOTICES.
!
IRUSI'EE'S SM,E.-02I MOJTDAY,
tho l'ith day of Scntumlier. A. 1). law. at. rim
l'otnnda in tbo Umirt-hoiwo, in t liu city ol'Unf inniui,
at VI o'clock .11. of said day, 1 will null at public auc
tion a'l thefollowing-doiicriiK'U real fHtalu, viz:
1. Lots numbered noven iTJanil oifllit i) in stinnro
number tliruo Clot' pint 13, in inu Hiilidivisinn of the
ostito of Umid K. Wailo, us recorded in llonk No.
117. r:;o MC, "l the lb conls of Hiimiltou County,
i iii i and fronting each twenty live U'.'.) feetou VVust
eru Cah.il or Plum-street, mii riinuini; hack the
, suuio width ono liumlml and lilty-tix feet throe
I inrlieato Providoiict-elrtol.
, J. All tli so iota of laud tita ilniu tliocilvcif Cin
l cltina'l, Uiiiniiton County, Ohio, and beiur liiiin
I b-ri.d ninty inn. ninoty-uno CJI), ninety-two C'.C) and
; uiin.ty-ihreot'.Ci;. in eqiiurn n'milier fuurMj. ul the
1 Ml.divm.,n of lots mads by U tohkUs, Avery mid
! Cart r. roco ci-l in notdj So. ,W, UHrro (im, of the
I Itoconbof HiunlUou Cnuoiy, Ohio, anil .iicli of S'lid
I lots froniinR twcuiy-oevou C7) let, makiiis lirt feet
; tn all, on tbebouth side of Monrto-stri-6t, au.t cx
I tending back on parallel lines uinety (yo) foul to an
i alley.
! 0. Also tit following, nituato In Cincinnati, for
merly in Slillcwk Township, In wain i nnniber
linet-ou, (IK) In Townsbio iiuoihor thnm C .1 1 th.
xecond fractl uai ran no In the Hinml Pnrcbaae.balug
oliry-throe i W) feet and six Inc.hns in front ou th
northerly si'loof the Cincinnati and Harrison Turu.
pikf Koatl, and rnuning thence northerly Tour bun
dred feet, more or less, to the land of John Itiridla
sen., bounded on the east by a lot ,f ground cnnvtved
by Bernard an I wife to John Hnckney. Novembnr 3.
IH4'!, ami oti ilia west by a lot now or formerly belong
ing to Mark At I; inn.
4. A'so the following nitmte In C'iuoliiiiatl, Ham
ilton County, and State of nliii,nnil !ieiiw lots num
heretl twenty-three (ajand twenty -fotir,(:M) in Wade
It Dudley's addition or subdivision of lots in said
city, a recorded in Book w. cace U!i. . .f thu Hamil.
! ton County tteootd", said lets twenty. three. ('.!:;) and
I twonty-fonr ( :1) beinn on tho win li aiilo of I'oplar
I .itraet. wot of Western-row; bt-ieg each twentv-rtve
lir,)ieottii iront on tno sootn stdo
and running back in parallel lines Mouth one-hall the
I '"ta ice irotn i-opiar tot uver-ttiee:.
I 5. Also, tlio toMowinif in t;n
if in CiiKMMiiHtl.conuiionclnv
at a point on the s aitli tide of Clark-.treet. one
huudrud and twenty. three teet eaut of tho eolith
east corner of Clark aud Freeman-streets; thence
south at right augles to Cltrk -street, two hundred
and one feet; thence iu an easterly direction twenty
eight (2S) feet; thence in a northerly direction and
parallel with said west line at right angles to Clark
stroet, two hundred and one le.-t to i llark-street;
thence westerly on the south line of itlark-etreet,
tw-nty-eight (28) feet to the beginning: being lot
numberuir thirty nine (S'J) Iu Q. W. Tucker's sub
division of the Cutter property, as recorded iu book
number Eight li In the division among the heirs
cHh Cutter, deceased.
6. Also, the f dlewing lot, situate in Hamilton
County, and tieing lot numbered thirty-n Inc on the
plat of subdivision of Avoudnlo, iu s lid cunt7,
recorded iu I'lat Book No. 1, pugo - of the rucorde
id cotm'y.
Title toall thn above pronerty yood; salo pnrema
t ry : terms cash; bofng the fume property conveyed
to the undersigned liv ilo doftrnetfrom Tli Cincin
nati ami Cliicano ltiiihoad Company, July I, InOI,
rucordodln Hook No. 'Jul. t)iir:e:j.
JOHN W. UKltnnN, Trustee,
CohinsA UtniWN, Att'ya,lisWalnut.st nulfbct
a
SPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
MJJ THE SKIN, ItHEUJlATISJl, BISKASES OF
WOllfH, and such I'hronio coniplaluta as maybe
bnuefitted by the Ilygyeuic and Atmopathio system
of his office.
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Artunic, Mercury, Tur
kish, Busslan aud Eloctio-Cbouiical Buths, a Dis
pensaryof Medicine, and ovety manner of Klectrio
and llaunetio Apparatus.
NO. C7 WEST SIXTII-STHEICT.
rOfli'0 hsitra U A. M. to B P. Jt; atll9-tft
"H JURE CIDER VINEQARI KEEP CON
slimtlv upon band nu excellent nrticnl of Cider
nieni , nunaoiu jor oicitics.
J. KKItGIISON, (iroror,
nop3 Cornnr Ninth and Vino.
SEWING MACHINES.
of
as
of
SL0AT&C0.7
SEWIM MACHINE! i,
Cinolnnatl, Office S3 West Fourth t.
OY THOSE INTENDING TO PTOCHAI SB,
we deeire a personal investigation of the o om
paratlTo merits of these Sewlug Sltchluoi with all
others in the market. , .
,! FIlANKlIBNBV.Agen .
KELSEY & CO.'S
SEWING-MACHINES
Office 30 West Fourth-street,
UNCWNATI.
rE ASK 01? A DISCIlIMIN.aTI NQ
ASK 01?
WW public, in pnrsult of a rollaD'o BotMiiB -Ma
ne most rigid comparison ni tne 'amr'.ts of
th-se machines with all others in the market. We
court it, being sure it will result in our favo r.
D. W. HARRINGTON & CO..
u30 .vnt.
SIKGEB'8 SEWING MA0JJ1NE8.
Pricct JlcJiictd to 50, $15, 9110cMdtl2&.
Mliucr'a ev Kunilly Sewlntf S Inchlne,
The price of which Is only 8"0, Is a light and elegant
ly decorated Machine, capable of porf..r ming, in the
bejt style, all the sewing of a private fa mily.
Ingor'ti Transvcrac shuttle .Machine,
To tie sold at 875, Is a Machine entirely new iu Its ar
ranneinent. it is very beautiful, mov ja rapidly and
very easily, and, for fumily use and I lght mauufao.
tttrmg purposes, is rbu very best and cbeapeat Hit
chine ever offered to the public
irier No, I Standard Whnttle Machine,
r-jrmerly sold at 5133. bnt now rsdaoed to 9110, it
mown all over the world. Every tort of work oan
'ie done with it.
Mner's) No. '1 Ktandnrd Slintele.Tlaohlne,
This is the favorite manufacturing lachlne every,
whero Trice, with table complete, t2b.
ahSTSend for a Circular.
JAMES ii KA R DON,
Agent for J. M. Singer & Co.
No, S Knt Fourth atrect,
jell-
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
LESTER'S SEWING MACHINES.
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
the sewing public Hint I am the solo authorized
Agent for the sulotf tho
LESTER'S liHU'ROVED SHUTTLE
SEWING mid DINES;
Aud being well nciiticinloil with its merits, and famll
ir withits operatioD, I leel toiifldent that thoeo in
want of such an article, will give it proferenco over
ill otbora now beforo the ptthlic.
I doom it unnecessary to enumerato all itsadvan
taeM, as those who uniy wish to parcliaso will proba
bly prefer to milhd'v themselves by personal inspec
tion, which they tuny do bv culling at
No. il'-i Wet! I'oui ih Hti crt.
t'a-Pernoiifc purrhnsiui; Lester's Sewiuc Muclilnfl
will receivo pranticnl instructions upon thorn iVooof
charge. All luacliines wiiirnuteil.
WII.I.II U LAPIlAill, Agent.
Ko. 'J2 West Fourth stnot, directly
jyJS-tf-f Orposito Tost Offlco.
E "V E jLST S '
MANUFACTURING
SEWING MACHINE.
I btllevo 1 niuko tho best Lock-stitch Sewing Ma
stiiuos, in I ho world. If tho purchaser does not thiuk
lo after six uiouths trial, 1 will refund yon the
S3QO u30TX Silo,
Price of Muckincs.
orVlf'B AMD BALK KOOMS-Uiioclly on tho
Noriliwe: corner Slain and louith attuets, ovor
(J, r,'s .lewotry establisbmeut.
flAll kinds of SewltiK-Jlachinet reralrod, aud
Inrht uiachincry iniinul'actiircd, at the Factory, 17
VViiltint-street, corner Walnut and Klf.h.
BT" Agents wanted in other cities to sell my Sow.
iup-Slai hines. Address, P. EVAKS, Jr., Cincin
nati, (I. nti
Two Threndcd Double Lock Tieht Stitch
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
ALSO THE VERNON
Same SI itch, two sizes, prico $:JS,U0 and 94fl,UO.
The very latest invention anil the most noiseless and
perfect running machine extant The above namod
murhinos make the samo atitcb, equally as well as
higher priced ones. On those machines wo apply the
only Uetnmer that will turn any width of hem it is
the only one in tne market that in adj notable to fold
any wid'b 'f hem, with any thickness of cloth.
Person residina in the country wishing samples,
or information, by inclosing 3c. stamp, will receive
prompt attention-
Locul aitonts wanted in all the cl'ie and towns in
Ohio. Address 3. A. JEN KB, Agent,
P 0. Box HUO;
Or call at I'ean Swift's Watch and Jewelry Store,
l''7 nlaiuntiv.it, !(d door above Fourth, Cincinnati,
Ohio. jyUi-aml
TH03. W. PARPJN & CO.,
WHOLES ALE AND KKTAIL
LU3 J 15 E A L K RS.
TAK) ON FHEIiM .N-ST., NEXT TO
Jo Cinciiinafi, llaiiillton and Dayton Kailr nd
Wo would call the attention of purchasers oi Lumber
to the following Iiill of Prices:
Cash- 4 IMnn'..
Clear,
.1 iu. Plank, per M feet Slli oil $im no
J
urn
57 nu
47
f) oil
mi iio
l!4 "
IM "
1 In Board,
H "
.1 In. i'latik,
2 "
I .'4 "
m
I in Board
i ;;
hi '
i "
."7 tl
at m
S.1 IMI
67 110
42 Ml
Si ml
Si -r,
Si III
3:) nil
: i
K M
I I tut
2'J HI
II 5
K' i f
M HI
II .VI
II IM)
H III
bi .Ml
i im
' m
a
is
'2a on
n7 m
in m
UIKI
:) mi
ttjuti
40 04
30 bfl
Do no
Wl 01)
lf III
37 (K)
SI (W
11 5n
31 II,
M i'D
1 7. 'si
bi UO
r UO
rj fM
i:i no
1L 50
13 oil
I.-. DO
l.i UO
17 50
17 UO
87 50
'K no
i'llUO
Ml 00
40 no
17 50
15 III
4l l)
j; W
1st Coin.,
2d Com.,
Cruli IM'k.
'M Coin.
While-pitio tViicinrt P.'dr,
if
uumiuMi
" JoletiScnut!'g,ir,ft andless
" " " l.'atidail't....
Poplar 'I "
Pino "
Oak ' "
In ttotit. White-piuo Flooring BoartU,
id (.'oin. " " "
3d Com. " " "
Yollow-piuo Fluorine Boards,
clear ior stops
lstl'om.Whito-piue Weather Boards,
2d Com. " " "
1st Com. Partition Boards
2d Com "
For lirensed Liuiiber, 00 lor ono
ei 'e. and E '. lor two sides extra will
be , li;U','nl.
No. I Shaved Shingles
No. I tf.iu'td "
Iiil'-t i"!- uiuliliee in pi'oiiortion.
Cei'.ui' Fein ilo; Poils, I bi I in, nu ll...
" ' " llulll'l
Lci-tt.'t " ' '
4 HI
4 .'.i
On liillsofs.'iiHi or mei afurthvi leducliou t' :V IW
cent .i, made.
A t thi;o prices wo havo two or thrco million feet of
gonilt-cnsotieu Ijiuniier tor sale.
Parties wishing lo jmrchuso Liniilier w 111 do well to
give una call. THOMAS w. FAKHIN & CO.
tmr-"J-tri)
FRONT -STREET FACTORY
ASU
LUMBER DEPOT,
No. 14,7 East Front Street, hot. I'lko and Butlcr-it'i,
South-side.
HAVING FITTED UP THE PREMISES
with tbo most Imnroved kind of marhinnrv. T
am prepared to furnish, at short notice, all kinds of
i louse nun Mcuninoat, oarponter anil Joiner's work.
Sash, Blinds. Doors. Frames and Moldlnsrs. of nil
descriptions. Steamboat Lumber, Wcather-lionrd-ng,
S'linqles, Hiding, Flooring, Jte., kept constaittly
on band. Particular attention paid to planing, rip
ping and scroll sawing. Heavy flaming lumber can
he planed and trued 4U feet long, mid 50 inches wide,
persona about to hnllil, will 11 lid it lo Ihelr advan
tage to givii me a call. YYfll. .ioiskm,
au22-bm Proprietor.
MISCELLANEOUS.
WESTERN
HIERCIAL COLLEGE
wiu
CHANGE ITS LOCATION
TO
NIXON'S NEW BUILDING,
OPPOSITE THE TOSTOFFICE,
ov-
Monday, tho 13 th, inst.
SI'EtTME.NS OF
Penmanship of the Iiistitiitlou,
HAT BE Sl.llf AT THI
MECHAJTICS' PAIR.
lepJ-ay
TIIE OLD DOMINION
0O',JLJU
AND
TEA POT.
A l T II U K'S
SELF - SEALING
FRUIT CANS
AVD
T -A. H. S,
The best now la use tnd all prepared for Sealing.
P It A T T'S
PATENT
Self-Ventilating
MILK - PAN'
The sreatcst Invention vet- ICverv housA-keMner
should have ono.
AKTUtJB, BUI1N1IAM A OILR0T,
Manufacturers of Tatont Articles.
VTrade Depot for the Wost,
21 Hast Pearl streot, Cincinnati.
JOSEPH R. GREEN, Agent.
"Send for a trade Circular, aul
W S. DODOS,
rormerly of Hall,Doddi A Co.; lata Urban, Bod ds A Ob.
XV. II. Dodds & Co.,
MANUrAOTTTnEaS Or TBI
Fire and Burglar Proof
fit J!k. ZF SS!
S. W. Comer of Vine A Second Streets.
This Is the most rellablo FI11K AND BUItCLA
PUOOF 8AFK tbat is mado In tho United States, and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Oan be sold
at lower prices, and is of hotter workmanship than
can be found olsewhere.
We have a large assortment on hand, and are d
termlned to sell at prices that cannot fail to please.
Old Sale
Taken in exchange. SECOND-HAND BAFK8 al
ways on band at extremely low prices. VM
ROOFING.
Saltoiisfairs Fire aud Water .'roof,
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC
COATING FOR ROOFS.
rHIIIE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
M. Coating for M etal Roofs, or any Iron Work ex
posed in use. Warranted to withstand the severest
tests of Heat, Cold, liain, or Sulphurio Acid, nnd re
main porlectly Impervious to Water, it will not
melt, crack, wash or scale off. For now, old, leaky
metal roofs, or for canvas roofs, it is 50 per rent,
cheaper than any othercontlug. All orders accom-
Eauiod with tho cash or satisfactory references, will
o promptly filled, in any unsold territory Soutnand
West of New York and Pennsylvania, for further
information, apply to
V. BOYS it CO.,
Sole Proprietors aud Manufacturers,
e7-t 132 West Second street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
ROOFING! HOOFING !
MM II 12 "OIJTCALT ELASTIC ME-
JL TALLIO BOOKING" ii offered to the public
as tho best nnd cheupnst Mobil Roof now iiboiI, Its
merits tested by an experi-nce ofyoarsitt this city
and vicinity. Applied to flivt or steep, old or new
buildings. No anltlor used-fastened eecuridy with
out expoeuro to the action of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part of
thn United States, can be applied by any one with
ordinary inociiauicai skill, orners promptly nueu,
CALDWELL CO.
1716-tf
132 West Second street.
Menell's Blackberry Anodyne.
THIS MEDICINE IS OFFERED TO THE
public as one of the best, if not the very' host mod
Iclnethat has ever been invnntedfor Diariikf.a, Dvs
bntert. Cholera Ikvantvm, and all other derange,
monts of the Stomach and Dlgentivu Organs, which
are so prevalent and fatal in our country corrects
the deranged conditieu of the Llvr; alluis Nervom
IrrltatlotiH, such as s causod by Toethlnjr, give,
tone and healthy act). in to the bowels, and withal, is
Dleasnnt to take. iy23-limi
GLASCIIW AND NEW VORIi
STEAMSHIP iOMFANT.
8TEAJS TO OLASQO , uIVEP.PI)OL, HKH A"!,
DUBLIN AM LONDONDEltKV
IWB 8:10.
raoa xsw vima
(illasaoW) Thomsoti.Wednesda) , Aug. M. at I't m en
uninoiirgn, vumiiung. w ennsnay,.iuue t,
f.lnHflrow. Thomsoti
July. "
July 27, "
Kdluuurh,l'nrnming
rao oLasoow
Kdlnbarctai CunimlnH... Saturday, May 7
(alnasow, ThomsKu... Wednesday, July 27.
Rdiuburgh, Onmmlng... " .Inly a
Hateiof Passage from New York. Philadelphia r
oostoii, to filasgow. Liverpool, UolhiHt, Itntiiii, e
Londonderry, first class, )75. Steerage, found w,i
id abundance of properly-cooked provisions. IjbtO-
An experienced Surgeon attached to eachatearno'
Noebargefnr medicines.
for Freight or Passage, apoly to
pW IIOBKKT (IRAIO. 17 Broadway.
13IICATED STRBNOTBEfING
BLASTERS. -These Plasters are exctdleut
remei In caios of pain aud weakness in tho side,
tireasv or back : also, in rheumatir affections-coin?ha.
tions. The Arnica, Galhanuni, Pitch, Poor Man's
ma ucoiiuci rituiers, are maniuncturea oi various
ilzes, on kiu or cloth, and Poor Man's on paner. by
A. GRIFFITH, and supplied to dealors and druggists
onaa good terms asauy manufacturers Iu the 17.8.(9)
r ADIES IF YOU WISH A GOOD DOU.
Li bio-Threaded Famllr Bewins Machine! which
for practical use can not be surpassed, call at No. 9
Carlisle Building, second story, corner Fourth and
Walnut, and see "Novelty," Bruen'a Patent, the only
Machine that can be used with eltheraslngloordon
blethresd. It is the best JMachino made, and never
breaks needles. Call and sooit. or send for. Circular
.pa specimen oi wora. J1, r. ooitlciViAM,
Sole Agent for the West and south-west,
Mo. Ml) Main-street, Iielow Fourth.
H. CAMPBELL & CO..
TS ANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET.
and Boiler Iron. Plow Slabs. Uailrnad Kntk.
Etc. Also, Agents for the sale of 1 ronton Star Nails
Warorooms No. 19 East Second Street, Cincinnati.
Ohio.
'All kinds Iron mads to order.
im
J. J. BUTLER'S
F.xcelsior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory. 30 Vina St. 14
DBS. B. EHRMAN & W. C. LEECH.
IIOHIWOPATIIISTS.
OFFICE NO. 48 SEVENTH STREET.
Office hours from A. It., 1 to 3, nnd 7 to 9, F. M.
jyra.ciii
WILLIAM H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
and Uonusollor at Law, Chase's Building
MISCELLANEOUS.
AUTHORITY.
inenrporaTed 1519. Charter Perpetual
R9-AfTncr e.lnhltalifiit intSnelnnall In IVill a
tpilnting all present local Insuranco Conipanios and
Agencies in the Insurance btndneis In this city. Jill
years constant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience, enterprise and liberality, especially com
mend the AiTN A Insurance Company lo the favora
ble patronaffouf this community standing solitary
and alono the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati undrwriters of
Lossei pnid In Cincinnati duringr puat Fire
Venrs, $156,031 -it.
CashCapitalJtfl.000,000.
(ABSOLUTE AND UNIMPAIRED. WITH A
SURPLUS OF l,03l,43 8U.
And the prestige of 40 y ars success and experience.
1NVF.BT1ISNTS or
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
EPWAKfta OK SI -i, 000. 000. LOS-FS
Have been paid by the aiiih Insurauce Company In
the past 40 years.
Fire nnd Inland N'nvianilun. Risks accented
at terms conaiHtont with solvency and tair proiits.
Kspeclal attention given to Inatirnnre of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms "f 1 to ft yaars.
Applicatiou mado to any duly authorized Agent
promptly attended to. liy strict intention to a legit
imate Insurant e business, litis Compauy is enabled
to offer both indemnity for ihe past ami seouiityfur
tho future. Pollebei issued without delay by
J AS. n,(!Aiur;ti, Agent, o. ill Main streot.
A. F. PATCH. HHlsiiiut Agent.
II. K. LINnsEY, Agent 171 Vina street.
J.J. hOOKEtt, Agent. Fulton. 17th Ward. BUS
THKEE-fOURTHS
or ME
PROFITS OF THE BUSINESS
DIVIDED ANNUALLY
POLICY-HOLDERS.
18 WALL STItEET, NEW YORK.
CASH CAI'ITAT 850,Oil fl(
ASSETS, July 1, 1S5!) !M15,6!ril HI
LIABILITIES tH,r,H-i7
rRIIU ATTENTION' 0V THE 00MMU-
D m inv ;. .. . r..n.. .. .it...t i .1... imi
foittun'H in conut'ctitnii'Mh thiM '.'I'liipuuy:
r HlM'iiy Jii'in iui: in mm " innp:uiy, rnv inn ni-
HtcR (t a IM utittil 1 tiHiinttuMi itti!(iij uro Dl.'taini'il,
with tlm ;ultIiuoi!;,hi5vaii;.tt'i'a:l'oi'ti(.'l in llie mrcurity
fiivi'ti liy uti iimplo anil i' ti;;lic Cn:ii t'nnitid a (Va
turr imt pruBi'n hyortliiiary irutiiul Vh' iiiiiranro
Compiini'S. Tno ideutin lo ciititonict'H, already iJu-
First Dlvisoii to JVlIcy-UoIiVrs, 1.'i7, por rtut.
Mrmirl ilo. ilo. ilo. Ik'iS. .'til 14
Tliird do. do. .lo. .Wl, M '
Hkcomi Tho iccuritv.t;lvo!i, vbtrh in alroady larf.
will constantly incruami with nnrli year of riiincesst'iil
operations. Tliis in vxblbitcd rloarly in tlio lollnw
fnff Htuti'iiumt, nhowiriLr thopoHition of the Couipiuiy
( si in ill I'.iii v wl n,.,i tliri iinw iiV'l niii i'iifl iiilrtnti-iil
July, 1S.W, Net Assets of the Company, ?.'i7n,.lii.1 43
" l7, " " " '.I'.i,71'.l ftl
' is... ' '" " 7:il,'.IS5J
ls.v.1, nross Assets,
istr,.(,si si
Ultioilliie
lli,t14 37
Til mi' Tlio insured incur no liability whatever,
wliitoobliiiniiigtlies Ivaiilitgeanl'siiptirior sivtnlty
, , -ii ti. .in.- i i.i. ..,
linn 1'iie.iiiui't."1- oi.,', j.ovi "i i uinii.iib,
II. II. l.AMi'ottT, cs'i-retary.
ClBi s 1'i.i'K, Asitisiaiit Siitrolury.
SAM'I E. HACK A: Co., Agente,
,'t.j IVvst 'i'hii'il-Ktrri-l, ('iiii'imitill,
:in:h.i..nii
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
lnior(at IiiiiiroreBiivnt!
WELLS' P 1TENT
tii finnivn if in
I l se Br i I i I
WEIGUS ONLY 5 LBSI 51 A N U If A0T UltKP,
W1I0LESALK AND RETAIL, BY
DEXNETT&rO..
jl 21-ain Sw aiiioroetroet, bolow Fifth.
rSili. iiii-i, " '. - i -l i rQH ." I., l I !
1 1 t;;g' frH liiilp's
Ju .y-TwT' WJT til",.- - i V. : fi
TTrrrrt -j BdJ
rjiii b most r Bi,i ani.f vi r k a y
I BUHOLAll I'UOOF A KKH.-Tbey havo given
more Hatii'ai-lhm tbim any other now in its".
Wa oner n reward nf H T'lIIII -AM IH.
IjAH to utiy person that can, up to Hi'- present
tinie,showa iiiiiijlo instiuico win iviii they havo lulled
to preserve their contemn.
With this SAFE wo chullenro all competition, m
belngthe bpst Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fito
aud Burglar Proof now made; and tire willing to
test with any establishment in tbo Union, avid the
par y failing first, to forfeit to tho othor, tlio sum
nf S.'.ooe
We are propared to furnish a bettor Safo, and nt loss
cost, than any other manufacturer iu the United
Sta'es.
Second-hand Safes of other makers, alo on hand.
V respectfully invite tho public to call aud exam-in-
our stock before purnhin-iug eleewbore.
HALL, (URIIOLL A CO.,
amrlS-ay4 No. is and IT Kiwi Columbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholic, and
ILL niS LV THE 8T0M1C1I & BOWELS.
.TIad-0 by- GEO. S. LIGTITt
WHOLESALE DRTJQ0I8T, CINCINNATI,
FOR SALE BY JOHN D. PARK, HUIRE, EOK
Sl'lNKA CO., and Druggists generally. Order left
nt Williamson & LUrnixn, No. 41 Walnut street
will bo attended to. aulS-tnovl
I. X. L.
M XT m Jb. 18. X -
AFTER MANY YEARS OF PRACTICAL
exporlcnco In the art of Mustard-making, tho
proprietors oiler tho nlrnvo brand of Mustard to the
public, guarautpelng it astrlctly ptiro article, manu
factured from tho best quality of sued, ciroliilly se
lected with the ib sign orprodtirlng a Mustard SUPE
RIOR IN FliAVOlu AND PUNOENOY TO ANY
NOW IN USE. Wo have no hesitation in snylug
that all lovors of good Mustard will (lnd the I. X. h.
to be tbat which they so froqueutly fall to obtain,
MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTARD.
sWOrders promptly tilled.
HARRISON k WILSON,
Je24 90 anil 101 Wnlnnt-wtreef.
Composition Roofing.
THE uniloratgned la prepared to pat on a
Composition Roof of tlio best quality at abort
notice.
Office In J A 11. Bruco'a Carriage Repository, cor
ner Third and Vine.
Nf Roofing material constantly on hand, and for
sale. (jy27-3m) J. M, NOBLE.
BY STATE
RAILROADS.
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Mm
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD.
F
OUR DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THU
Ntvllttennt TlAnAt.
Trains run through to Indianapolis, Lima, Ban-
dusky and Cleveland without change of cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, Nurth.
tru and North-western cities.
A. M- EXPRESS TRAIN (Columbus time,
which in seven minutes fastor than Oinciaoatl) For
Cloveland and rittsbttrg.vla Delaware, makes close
conni'Ctloii at Creatline for Pittsburg, Baltimore,
Philadelphia and New York: and at Cleveland for
1. ikirk, Bullalo, Boston and Now York. Also.con
nccta at Dayton with Dayton and Michigan Boad for
Troy, Pbiua, Sidney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Toledo at 3:30. Detroit
at fiilaj, and Ohicagb at 7:20 P. M., Quincy aud Galena
at 7 A. M. Also, at Dayton with Oreenvilloand Miami
Read, for Greenville, Union, Winchester and Mnn
cie. Also, connects ut Richmond with Indiana Cen
tral Boad, for lndiauapoli. Lafcyotte, Chicago, Terre
Haute, St. Louis, and all Westeru citis. Also, at
Richmond with Cincinnati aud Chicago Bead, for
Ander on, Kokomo and Pom. Also, connects with
Junction Railroad at. Hamilton fur Oxford.
8 A. 31. JIAIL TRAIN -For Dayton, Spring,
thld and Saudusky Connects at Saudnsky with
STEAMER for DETROIT; at URBAN AforCoLUM
BUS; at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayneaod Chi
cago Road, East and West; at Clyde with ti. and To
ledo Road for Glevel md and Buffalo, Holedo, Detroit
and Chicago. This train also connects at DELA
WARE with the O , 0. A 0. Itoad for Cleveland and
E dnts Fa t; alsoconnectsat Hamilton with Junction
nil mad for Oxford.
4t:it) P. M. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield
and Saudusk;' Connects at Forest with Pittuburg,
Fort Wayne and Chicago Rend. East and West: at
Clyde Willi U, and Toledo Road for Cleveland aug Buf
falo, Toledo, Detroit audCbiciio. Also, connects at
Richmond for Indianapolis, Terre Haute, St. Louis
aud Chi' iigo. Also, couuectswilh Junction Railroad
at Uiiuilllun fur Oxford.
P. .!. TRAIN For Dayton. Troy, Flqua.Sld.
uey, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wayuo and Chi
cbco, reaching Chicago at R A. M.
H d'Tlie ti and A M. trains connect at Cleveland
with steamers for Buffalo.
for further information and Tickets, apply at the
Tlckot olllces uorth-t'iist corner Front aud Broad
way; No. lnl Walnut-stroot, near Gibson House; at
tlio new Ticket Orlico.on tho weRt side cf Vino-street,
between PoBtoflico aud Burnet House; at the Walnu'
Streot Houfo, or at tho Slxth-streot Depot.
anlo D. MuLAREN, Superintendent.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Tialn-No. 1 Express, at 6 A . M oonnecti via
Columbus and Cleveland, via ('otumbus, Creatline and
Pittsburgh, via Columbus, Steiibenville and Pitts
burgh, Dotroitvia Cleveland aud steamer. This Train
stops, between Cincinnati mid Columbus, at Love
land, Deortiuld, Morrow. Xenia, Cedarville, South
Charleston, London and West Jefferson,
Second Tittiu- No. 2 Expn-m. at s:3 A. M., connects
via Columbus, ltellnii nnd Kenwood; Wheollng; via
Columbus, Stenhenvillennd Pittsburg; via Oolumbns,
C'estliuo nnd Pittsburg: via Columbus awl Cleve
land; Detroit, via Cleveland and ntoamor; WhiteSuU
pltttr station, via Springfield. This Train (tops he
twoen I'iiK'iiiiuul and Celnuibus, at Flalnvllle, Mil
lord, MianiiviUo, Loveland, Decrneld, Morrow, Cor
win, Spriug Valley, Xeuinand London.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:40 P. II., for
Columbus and Springfield.
Fourth Traiu Night Express, at 11:30 if. M.; con
nects vlaColttmbns, Bellair aud Benwooil; Wheeling
via Columbus, Stcubeuvillo and Pittsburg; via Co.
ltimhus, Crestline and Pitlsbui g: via Columbus and
Cleveland. This train steps at Iiovolanil, Morrow.
Corwin. Xenia and Loudon. KLEEPINQ CARS ON
THIS TRAIN.
No. 1 Express, through to Cleveland wltliontchauge
of'-nrn.
No.SExpresi, through to Wliooliugwllliout changa
of care.
Jiio NIGHT EXPRESS Train leaving Cincinnati
nt 1 1:30 P. ill., runs daily, except SAT UitDAYS. Tho
ether Trains run dnily, excopt SUNDAYS.
lt'or nil informiition, mid iluotigh Ticltots to Bos
ton, New York. Philadelphia, BiiltiiiiorH, Washing
ton, llulV.iio, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
rittnlitirg, Whocling, and all the Kantern places,
apply nt tho Ofiiccs, Walnut Street House, No. J Bur
net House, soul li-rnst corner of 11 roadway aud Front
sireetn, and at Hie Kaeteru I'epnt.
Tniiuarun byColuuitiustlnicswhlchls seven min
utes faster than Cincinnati time.
J. DURAND, Snp't.
Omulbnses callforpassougurs by leaving direction
at the Ticket Offices. myl7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE NORTHWEST,
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Only Outs Change of Van between Cincinnati
and Chicago.
Three PaasongorTrnlnsloavoCinclnnritidally, from
the foot of Mill and Front streets.
hJAi A. M. Chicago Mail arrivoa at IudiatLWolltal
lOi.loA. SI.; Chicago at 7:26 1'. M TIiIb trWn con
nects with all night trains out of Chicago, for the
West and North-west.
12;00 M. Terre Haute and Lnyfayette Acconimodsr
tlou arrives at Indianapolis, nt &:00 1. M., making
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terre Haute
Trains and Indianapolis and Latnyette trains for
Docalur, Springfield, Naples, Cmbicy, Hannibal and
St. Joseph; alsuuith Peru trains Tor Peru, Ft. Wayne
and Toledo. , .
6:m P.M. Chicago Exrress arrives at Tndianapolli
at 10:3(1 P. M.; Chicago nt 7:40 A.M. Making cleat
connections at Chicago with all morning trains out
of Chicago, This train connects at Indianapolis
with Terro Lluute trains fur ail roiuts West aud
Northwoat.
Sleeping cars are attached tc all the night trains
on this line, andruu thiougb to Chicago without
change of curs.
This is exclusively a Western and North-western
mute, and with fiivernble arid rulloblo arrangements
with ail connecti'g rouds thioiighotit the entire
Wost, KvnrantoeB unusual care and Hie amplest so
cotniuodations lo the pattous ol this line.
V-Sr Be sure you are in t he right ticket office before
yon purchase your tickets, and ask for tickets via
Lawrencnbttrg and Indianapolis.
Faro thu same its by any other route. Baggage
r.h'kod throiiHb.
T Ii HOUGH TI CKF.TS, good until nsed. oan be ob
tained at the ticket ollicen, at Spencer Uotme Corner,
north-east corner Broalway and Front; No. I Bur
net Houso Corner; at the Waloil-atreet Uonse, and
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on Front atreet, when
all necessary information may bo had.
Omnihiisses ruu to and from ch liain, and w
call fot pasHongnrs at all hotels and all parts of the
city, b leuving address at elthei office.
W. II. L. NOBLE,
my It) flora' al Tlehet Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
Clreat Thi oixpli Route for
INDIANAPOLIS.
TERKK HAUTE,
m. louis.
LAFAYETTB,
(JUUiAOO,
LOOANSPOBr,
PERU,
FOKT WAYNB.
TWO DAILY THROUOll TRAINS lean-Sixth street
Dotxit, nt a A. M. and 4:30 P. M.
ft A . M .-I N 1) I A N A PI L IS, 81 . LOU 18 A OHIO A
GO FAST EXPRESS.-Througbdirect, making close
connections for all other Western and Nortb-acstern
points. This Train also connects at Richmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Koko
mo, Logansport, and all points on Wabash Valley
Railroad.
4:311 P. M. INDIANA POLI8, 41111000 A ST.
LOUIS NIGHT EX I'KKSg.-The abova Trains make
close connections at Indianapolis, LafayotteandCbi
cago, with Trains for Terre Haute, Springfield, Uock
Island, Gtilnslinrg. Kenosha, Lal'rosss, Jacksonville,
Danville, Ilurlinglou, Milwaukee, Mattoon, Naples,
Galena. Quincy, Prairie du Chion, Pane, Peoria,
Dunleith, Racine, Ducal ur, Hlooir.ington, Jollet, La
Salle, St. Paul, and all towns and citiot in the North
west. , .
TThroush Tickets given and Baggage obecked
through.
For further Information and Through Tickets, a.
ply to Ticket Olllces, north-east ooroer ol Front and
Brondwftv; No. im Walnut street, near Fourth; at
south-east cornor of Fourth and Vine ttreet, or at
the Slxth-streot Depot. ,
D. M. MORROW, Superintendent.
OmnlbusM will call for passentiera by leaving their
names at either of the Ticket OIBces.
iw w. ii. SMITH. Aesnt.
OANDY! OANOY
II- 1ST. CXaJXTXTSL,
(Hncccssor to MtkhsAOo,) ,'. i
Mttiiufncturers and Wholesale DeIcr
-IN-
FINK AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIN 'STREET, CINCINNATI
' ' myl7
JOHN BONER,
(cccEMoa to rant imitb,)
At 36 West Fifth st.,
Utis oodstantly on hand Large Variety of
FAffCf flOODS, TOYS, CHINA,
FANCY BASKETS,
Fishing Tackle, Military Goodi, ete.,
WHOLESALB AND RETAIL,
, AT V ERY )LOW PRICF.S.
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