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THURSDAY...
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SIX CENTS WILL PAY FORTH E
PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
STANZAS.
Leaf tv leaf the roses bill,
Drop liv lrup the apriuirs run drf,
Ono or one, uejond recall.
Summer tieaullcs fadu and die;
lluttlio rose, bloom usaiu, - ,
And theepiln will gush anew.
Id the pleasant .Vprit rein
And tliosuuiuior nun slid dew.
So. in livtini of deepest gloom. . . .
iVb'n too springs of gladness fail,
And the rosea iu their kluom . .
Drnop like maidens wan am pale.
We ahull II ml some hop thst
Like silent gem apart,
Hidden flirfroin can-lew eye ..
In the garden of the heart.
t-onte swret hone to rladnesrwei,
.ibst will sprlnst afresh and. new,
Wlion trlof winter shall have AVd,
diving place to fain autl dew
goinesweet hope Dial brwhnof irrlll'.
Through thu weary, weary time,
'H-Hldlng for Its blossoming.
I ii the spirits of glorious cllnio,
Jefferson's Wedding.
The following soono is from tho Early
Days of Jefferson, in tho New York
( 'ontury :
".riclinda" (Jefferson's ih-4 love) lmd
1 icon married many years, and her old
mlmiror was appronohin;; thirty, when he
met with a young lndy of twenty-two, who
yroduocd a strong impression upon him.
She was a little nbovo medium night,
rilcmlcr, hut elegantly formed. A lair
complexion, with a delicate tint of the
rose; largo hazel eyes, full of life and
feeling ; and luxuriant hair of rich, soft
auburn, formed a combination of attrac
tion which were eminently calculated to
move the heart of a youthful bachelor.
In addition to all this tho lady was ad
mirably graceful; she rode, danced and
moved with elegant ease, and sang and
played on the harpsichord very sweetly.
Add still to these accomplishments the
possession of excellent good senso, very
considerable cultivation, a warm, loving
heart, and last, though iiot least, notable
talouts for housekeeping, and it will Dot
bo difficult to understand how tho youth
ful 3Ir. Joffcrson came to visit vory fre
quently at tho lady's Tcnidcnco, in tho
county of Charles City. It was called
"Tho Forest," and tho namo of tho lady
was Mrs. Martha Skelton. She was a
daughter of John AVayles, an eminent
lawyer, and had married in her seven
teenth year, Mr. Ikthurst Skelton, who,
dying in 1768,lefthis young wifo a widow
at nineteen. As the three years of mourn
ing began to expire, the beautiful young
lady found herself besieged at "The
Forest" by numerous visitors. Of these
three, wore favorites with the fair Mrs.
Skolton, of whom Mr. Thomas Jefferson
was one. Tho tradition runs that the
pretentions of tho rivals were decided
either by tho musical accomplishments
of the young counsellor, or by the fears
of his opponents. The tale is differently
related. One version is, that the two
tmfortuuate gentleman encountered each
other ou Mrs. Hkolton's door-step, but
hearing Mr. Jefferson's violin and voice
nocojnpunying the lady in a pathetic
song, gave up the contest thenceforth and
retired without entering, convinced that
tho affair was boyond their control.
Tho other story is, that all three met
at the door, agreed that they would take
their turns. Mr. Jefforson entered first,
andijho tones of the lady in singing with
ber wmpariioii deprived the listeners of
all hope. However this may be, it is
certain that the beautiful lady conscntod
to become Mrs. Jefferson; and on tho first
day of January, J "Til, there was a great
festival at tho "The Forest." Friends
and kind red assembled from far and near
there was frolicking and dancing after
the ubundaut old fashion and wc find
from the bridegroom's note-book that tho
.servants and fiddlers received fees from
his especial pocket It snowed without,
but within all was mirth and enjoyment,
in the light and warmth of the great log
fires, roaring in honor of the occasion,
rnion after the performance of the cere
mony, tho bridegroom and his bride Bot
out in their carnage for 'Montiecllo,"
wherc.Mr. Jefferson had commenced build
ing in l"r!', just before the destruction by
lire of hispiitrimonialhouse of "Shadwell.
Tho journey was not to end without ad
ventures. As they advanced toward the
mountains, the snow increased in depth,
and finally they were compelled to leave
the carriage and proceed upon their Avny
ou liorseback. Stopping to rest at "Blen
heim," tho seat of Col. Carter, where they
found, however, no one but an overseer,
they left it at sunset, resolutely bent upon
reaching Monticello before night It
was oight miles distant, and the rond
was encumbered with snow three
feet deep. We may fancy tho sensations
of the ncwly-wcdded bride nt the chill
appearance of the desolate landscape, as
ho passed nlong the snow; but she was
a woman of courage and gooi sense, und
il id not care for inconvenience. It was
Into when they arrived, and a cheerless
reception awaited them or rather, there
was no reception at all. The lives were
all out, the servants had gone to bed, and
the jdaeo was as dark and silent as the
grave. Conducting his wife to the little
pavillion, which was the only part of the
house habitable at the time, .Mr. Jefferson
proceeded to do the honors. On a shelf
behind somo books, part of a bottle of
wine was discovered, and this formed the
supper of tho bridegroom and the bride.
Far from being annoyed or discomfited
by their reception, however, it only served
for a topic of jest and laughter. The
young lady was as merry and light-hearted
as a bird, and sent her clear voice ringing
through the dreary little pavillion rw gaily
iis she had ever done in the cheerful
drawing-room of "Tho Forest." Thus
the long hours of the winter night fled
away like minutes, wiDged with laughter,
merriment and son--. The vigil was a
mirthful incident rather than a trial of
their equanimity. They wcro young,
und they had just been married. When
hands are clasped, and hearts boat close
together, there is very little gloom in
darkness, and winter nights are not cold.
This little moral sentiment will not, I
hope, be oritioised as too romantic for the
"dignity of history." It doubtless ex
plains how a young lady and gentleman,
lioth used to every comfort and luxury,
found the gloomy little pavillion, in the
midst of three feet of snow, neither uark
tior cold, on that January night long ago.
8?Tlio differonon between the poor
man and the rich i, that the former walkn
to get moat for his stomach, and the lnttar
to got stonjach for hie meat.
Mrs. Partington on Ike's Conduct in
Church.
"What do you thiok w&l become of
you 7" said Jlrs. Furtit lgtrjn to lko, as
they were going home fr am churoh. The
(uestion related, to tho ; oung gontloman's
conduct in church, win ire ho had tipped
ovor tho orickot, peopo-d over the gallery,
attracted tho attentio n of a boy in the
pew below, by drop ing a pencil tied
with a string upon h is head, and had
drawn a hideous picti ire of a dog upon
tho snow whito cover of tho best hymn
book. "Wber o do yoi i expect to go to ?"
It was a question which the youngster
hud never before had out to hiu quito so
olearly, and he said hb didn't know, but
thought he would liko to go up in a
balloon. "I'm afraid you will go down,
if you don't mend your wi iys, rather than
go up. You have been a- sting very badly
in meeting," continued sh e, "and 1 declare
I could hardly keep from boxing your
enra right in the midst of the lethargy.
You didu't par no into 'est, and I lost all
the thread of the sera on through your
tn'eks." "I didn't take your thread,"
saiu1 Ike, who thought she alluded to tho
string' by which tho p encil was lowered
to the boy; "it was a f' wiring line." "Oh,
Isaac," continued she, earnestly, "what
do you want to act so like tho probable
son for ? Why don't you try to bo like
David and Dotifceronc my, that we read
about, and act in a i reprehensible man
ner ?" The appeal w is touching and Ike
was silent, thinking of tho sling David
killed (ioliah with, and wondering if he
couldn't make one.
The McFlimseys.
Tho New YorA Exf ress having charged
the ladies with ov er dressing, Miss Flora
MeFlim3oy sends a letter iii reply. AVe
quote :
I call upon you, li rs t, sir, to look at mo
in hit ball-dress anil 1 select that bo-
cause it is supposed Unit a woman in a
ball-dress is the costliftst dressed of nil
women. Sir, I have not clothes enough
on, ns everybody can see, to keep a
woman warm, to say nt ithing of what
propriety and decency rcq uirc. There is
not a beggar in New "York who does not
go into tho street with more uIothcB than
1 havo on ; and yet you ha vo tli o iiupu
denco to ubuse mo when I reiterate, with
solemn truth, my "Nothing to Wear !"
There is nothing on my i rrn look at
them, sir, for you may ns we 11 look at them
us any other body in the t itroet Thcro
is nothing on my arms, fi fjm my wrist
onward and upward, as you can readily
see. Eve herself in Paradise was scarcely
with less clothing on than 1 1 layo here on
these two arms. Then, then is nothing
on my neck, or next to noth ing ; and if
any poor humble woman in this world
can ao with lesson her neck and shoul
ders than l,the belle Flora,wei vr, I should
like to see and aid tho poverty of that
poor woman. My robe is loop 3d up over
my shoulders and heneo tho lie ck, bust,
arms, etc., thntGod blessed me wi tli when
I came into tho world, are just as . heguvo
them to mo ! Now, sir, if yo u do not
blush when you see this, or who n 1 tell it
to you, all 1 can say is, blusb.il ig is de
parted from man.
A Tukke-Ykab-Olo. The 3 lomo Sen
tinel relates that a little three-year-old
girl accompanied her father u pon a visit
to her grandparents in tho cour.try, where
a blessing is invoked by the w hite-haired
patriarch before each meal. rJ?ho custom
was ono with which our little ifriend had
not boen mado familiar at home, and
of course on the first occasio n sho was
silent with interest and curious- watchful
ness, liut when tho family gathered
around the board the second time after
the coiumonecment of her visit, she was
prepared for the preliminary religious
ceremony, and observing that licr father
did not seem duly conscious of the ap
proaching solemnity, alio called him to
order by saying, with stern gravity: "He
still, papa grandfather is going to talk to
his plate pretty soon!"
A Nioiiuii Stoby. Two darkies hail
bought a mess of pork in partnership, but
Sam having no place to put his portion in,
consented to intrust tho whole to Julius's
keeping. The next morning they met,
when Sam says:
"(lood inornin', Julius, anything happen
strange or mysterious down in your vicin
ity, lately?"
"Yaas, Sam, most a strange thing hap
pen at my house yesterlast night. All
mystery all mystery to mo."
"Ah, Julius, what was dat?"
" Well, Sam, I tole you now. Dis inorn
in' 1 went into do cellar for to get a pieuo
of hog for dis darkey's breakfast, and I
put my hand down in do b.-ino an' felt all
round . but no pork dere all gone.
( 'ouldn't tell what hewent with it ; so I
turned up de bar', an' Sain, true us
preiiohin', de rat had eafc a hole elnr froo
ilrt Imttnin rtl' lift 1i!YlJ find jli-ntrirnil .In
pork all out ?" j
Sam was petrified with astonishment, I
but presently aid : j
"Why didn't de brine run out ub do J
same hole ?"
"Ah, Sam, dat's do mystery dat's do .
mystery," j
CoxoNDJtfJis. Why is a coop-full of j
chickens at an agricultural exhibition !
like a beautiful sepulchre '! IJeeause I
" "i'is fair without and fowl within."
What is that which shows others what !
it cannot sco itself ? A mirror. !
Why does a sailor know there is a man j
in the moon ? liecausc he has been to i
sea.
tgill wish I was a ghost blamed if
1 don't," said a poor covy, the other night,
as he was soliloquizing, on Main street;
"they goes wherever they pleases, toll
free; they don't own nobody nothin', and
that is comfort. Who over heard tell of a
man who had a bill against a ghost ?
Nobody, Tlicy never buy hats and wittals,
nor has to saw wood nor run nrrants, us
I do."
8ST"Oh,niy dear," saidayoun;; wifo
just returned from a hall, "I have learned
ono of the most difficult Hteps."
"Thero is a step," repliod tho husband,
"the most valuable of till, but it id ono 1
four you will never caro to loam."
"Indeed! what step can that he?"
"Jt is a step into tho kitchen."
Bf"Vut you muko dcrc ?" hastily in
quired a Dutchman of his daughter, who
was Icing kisnod very olainoroiisly.
"Oil, not luuiih juHt courting ti little,
diitfs alf father."
"()li! lint's till, liu? by tun, I sought
you vus vi,ir,htiii"
fi.'arJWfc forco a man to lake your
1 advice. Abu can adviso him to take a
! bath without pitching him into tho river,
SEWING MACHINES.
Sloat&Co.
SEWING llli CHINES,
Cincinnati Office M Went Fourth atreet.
OF THOSE INTENDING TO PURCHASE,,
vednalrea peraorml Investigation of tho com-,
parntire merits of tbose tfewlsK Machines with alii
others la tin market. '
b11 FRANK UENBY, Agent.
KEL.SEY & CO.'S
SEWING-MICHINES
Dffioe-30 West Fonxth-street,
CINCINNATI.
WE ASK OP A DISCRIMINATING
public. Ill pursuit of a reliahln SeuiiiK-lMfl-rMno,
tun miwt ricid o.imrrlHon of the iobnIb of
tliew JUiiinii with oil otliorn in the markl. We
court it, being sum it will result in onr furor.
I). W. HARRINGTON & CO.,
anri Aaenta.
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES.
Prieei ttcdueci to $5(V, 75, H0 irtd $135.
ginger' New Knmilr Sen-Inn Machine,
Ths pries of which it only J.W, in a Hunt. anrl elegant,
ly decorated Machine, capublo of porfo rming, iu the
bant style, all the sewing of a private I miily.
Pinner's TrnuKvcvse Shuttle Machine,
j To lie snld t 875, ill Mnctiine entirel y new In its r-
very easily, iiml, Tor family nan and light lutiiufno
turing purposes, ia the very leet and cheapest Ma
chine over oftoreil to the public.
Singer's No. 1 rnndard Shuttle Mncliiiie,
Formerly sold at SIM, but now i-educed to 5110, ii
known all over the world. Every sort of work can
be done with it.
Sineer'a No, 'J Standard Shuttle Mnchlne,
This in the favorite manufacturing Machlneevery.
where Price, with table complete, J12S.
W8ond for a Circular.
JAMES SKARDON,
Agent for J. 21. Singer A Co,
Nn, 8 Ennt Fnarth street,
jcli-t OINOINMATI, OHIO.
LESTER'S SEWING MACHINES.
J WOULD HESPECTFUbLY INFORM
the Hewing pnMic that I urn the sulo Authorized
Agtint lor tli'j u.iiu oi tuu
LESTER'S IMPROVED SHUTTLE
SEWING MKIIINES;
And hein R well ocjvm,i,ted with its merits, and famil
iar with its operation. I feel confident that those in
want of such an article, will give it preference over
all others now before the public.
I deem it uiineowary to enumerate all Itl advan
tages, us those whn may winh to parch me will proba
bly prefer to satisfy tbomnelvea by personal inspec
tion, which they may do by calling at
No. i)2 West Fourth atreet.
(MTPernnn purchasing Lester's Hewing Machine
will receive practical instructions upon them free of
charge. All machines warranted.
WILLIAM LAPHAItl, Ae.
No. 92 Vest Fourth street, dlroCflr
jyM-tf-t Opposite Post Office.
IE VENS
rtlANIPACTURING
SEWING MACHINE.
I believe I make the best Lock-stitch Hewing Ma
chines, in the world. If the purchaser dona not think
so after six months trial, I will refund you the
$60 j&JOTD SHO,
Pi'ico of Machines.
OmOK AND HALE KOOBIS-Dlroclly ou Ihu
Northwest corner Mnin and fourth slrec'ta, over
Owen's Jewelry mliiblinlimeut.
i7"All kinds of Seivlng-MachiiK'S repaired, and
lluht machinery mauulai tiired, at tlie i'actury, ,7
Valnut-etrei't, corner Walnut and Fifth.
nsAg"iits wanted ill oilier eitii'K tosell myScw-ing-Mai
hiues. Address, 1', DVAJiS, Jr., Cincin
nati, 0. au't
QUAKER CITY:
Two Threaded Dntiblo Lock Tight Stitch
$20
J
II
ALSO THE VERNON
Same Stitch, twnsiMH, price $:M,00 and $10,00.
Tho very latest Invention and the most noiselens and
perfect ruiiuliigmacliino extant. The above named
iimchiu'-s make the sumo stitch, equally as ivclln
hUher priced ones, fin theHeiniichines wo apply tho
only lleuimer that will turn any width of hem it Ih
the only one in the market tint is adjustable to fold
any width of hem, with any thickness of cloth.
Persons residing in tho country wishing samples,
or information, by iucloslng 3c. stamp, will receive
prompt attention
Local KPUta wanted in all the cities tnd towns In
Ohio. Add i ess S. A. JENKS, Agent,
P. 0. Box l0i
Or cull nt. Tenn Swirt'e Watch and Jewelry Store,
l'i7 Main sttet, 2d dour above Fourth, Cincinnati,
Ohio. jyls-amt
THOS. W. FARRIN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND 11KTAIL
LUMBER DEALERS.
rAHT ON FREEMAN-ST., NEXT TO
SL t.'iiii'iiiuati, Ifaiiiilton mid Dayton liailroinl.
Wc would cull the attention of purcliuicra of Lumber
tu the following Jiill uf Prices:
Cash. 4 Moil's.
Clear, in. Think, per M feet Sllum $12I IKI
" 'J " " ...... 7") HI Ml 00
" I 'i " " 67 IS) Ml mi
" I'-'l " " 47 Ml fill IH)
" I ill. Heard, " :7 Ml 40 (HI
' ii " . " !M hi .hi ih)
1st Com., :i iu. Plunk, " ." mi ;hi mi
" S " " ,'i7 i,n ini
'i ;tfi is)
Vi wi ;i7 Ml
i'.'l 7'l 'Si mi
Kl 21 f,U
w ii :ii no
'i to 2.1
llill'l 17fi0
1 1 nil 1,1 ml
I'J "
1 111, Ilo.ird,
h ;;
i
Zdt.'oru.,
flnili TU'Ic, 2 i n., ,t) .,.( ((
Sl (.Din., I " ll fm vim
Whllo pine trnriiiif o as, ' 2((i );, i,
Hemlock " " " Ill im la .v
" Jolnti Sciintl's. lSllt. ami less ll An :a
" " " Ijiiudail't,,.. II nil -, no
Poplar ! " ... mil i.-.ihi
Pine ,r " ... IS .in 17.10
Oak " " ... l j iki 17 ihi
1st Com. Wuitc piiieFlooriug Boards, V-'im 37 .n)
ti (,'oin. ' " ' tj 7.1 im
M Oom. " " " Is 7.i (ID
Yellaw-pinoFlnntlnit llonrds i'n mi ,iu m
' clear fur steps .17 fid in m)
1st Com. Wliitn-pilie Wenfber Hiihi.1i, litill 17 jo
M Coin, " " " I I (hi :, ihi
1st ('inn. Partition IJuurdi :i7 .m iimsi
M (Jem. " 2f. 00 27 (iu
1'ur Hr.-saed Lumber, SI "mi fur nw
sii'r, 11 nil CI tyr tivo sides extra wiii
In: chanted.
Tin. I Sliuvpcl Slilnclcs 4 2.1 4 .V)
No. I S, wed " i IX) t 2J
Inf trior iiMlitles in proportion.
Odar Fencing Poi'ts, -I by I in. each... M so
" ' " ltuuijh :iu ,v
Lniuit " " " 2D 2f
(in hilljiif&vwururur a further reduction of 2.'i per
cent .is iiiadc.
At I Deie prices we have two or three million feet of
giindt'easniieii Liunlier for sale.
tii-s wiKliliig to purchuse Lunilier will do well to
give us a call. , 'J H051 AS W. FAK11IM & CO.
lauw-tfll
FRONT - STREET TACTORT
AND
LUMBER DEPOT,
Vo. IK7 Kitsf Front Street, bet. Piko and Butler -at's.
Hnitth-Mifle.
eAVINO FITTED lPTHR PEEMISE9
with the most iinjtrovi-d klndcil'maelilnory, I
am prepared lol'iiriiisli.st slmrt irolice, all kinds of
limine iumI SloHiulioat, t'urpeiitorainl Jollier's work.
Sm.li, lllimle, Mums, Frninvs anil Mniilius, of all
dusci i pi ions. KinamlKuit LuiiiImt, Weatlivr-lioai il
im, KliiiigliM.Siilliiij, KlooHiiir,,ti'.,ki,pt cimstaiitly
1111 bainl. Piirtlcnlnr iittentlou paid to planinK, rip
pitiK anil scriill nnwinK. Heavy rrninins; lunilwr can
bu planed and triind 411 feet lnna,iiud Inches wide,
Persons iiliout to I111II1I, will liml It to their sdvan
tngn toivo nin a call. WH. JONES,
au22-lra Proprietor.
MISCELLANEOUS.
WESTERN
I'OraiilllL COLLEGE
, WILL
CIIANQE ITS LOCATION
: ' to
NIXON'S NEW, BUILDINO,
OPPOSITE THE POSTOtFICE,
0M-
Monday, the 13th, inst.
SPECIMENS OK
renmausliip of f lie Institutiou,
. MAY BR 6EE.Y AT THI
MECHANICS' FAIR
. eep2-ayl
THE OLD DOMINION
Aiin
TEA POT.
A R X II Ult'S
SELP-SE1LLG
FRUIT CANS
AND
T JSl DEL S,
The brat now In use and all prepared for Sealing.
PRAT T8
PATENT
Self-Ventilating
MILK - PAN?
Tho 'greatest Invention yot. Every hoaso-koepor
should have one.
AUTHOR, BDRKUAM & GIlltOY,
BlHiiufuctnrers of Fatent Articles.
WTrado Depot for the Went,
'U East Pearl street, Cincinnati.
JOSEPH a. CREKN, Acenl.
sWSend for a trado Circular. sut
ft B. DODDS,
formerly oi Hall, Doddi A 0o. late Urban.Dodds ICo.
W. It. Dodds & Co.,
TANUFACTtJasBH Of THI
OONOR3DTE
Fire and Burglar Prool
S AFI3S!
8. W. Corner of Vine b Secoiid Streets.
This is the most reliable FIRK AND BUROLA
PROOF SAFE that Ismndeln the United R tales, and
is warranted perfectly free front damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and Is of hotter workmanship than
can be found elsewhere.
Wn have a large assortment nn hand, and are de
termined to sell at prices that cannot fail to pleas.
Old Sales .
Taken In exchange. BEROND-HAND SAFES al
ways on hand at extremely low prices. 97X
ROOFING.
Saltoiistall's Fire aiid Water Proof,
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC
COATING FOR ROOFS.
mHK CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
-- Coating for Metal Roofs, or any Iron Work ex
posed in use. Warranted to withstand the severest
tests of Heat, Cold, llaiti, or Sulphuric Add, and re
main perfectly impervious to Water. It will not
melt, crack, wash or scale off. For nw, old, leaky
nietsl roofs, or for canvas roofs, it is ') per cent,
cheaper than auy other coating. All ordeTS accom
panied with the cash or satisfactory references, will
bo promptly filled, in nny unsold territory South ami
Wostof Sew York and Pennsylvania. For further
lniormatton, apply to
F. BOYS W CO.,
Sole Proprietors and Manufactnrers,
je7-t 132 West Second street, Cincinnati, Oliio.
ROOFING ! ItOOFlIt ft !
F11HE OUTCAST ELASTIC ME-
-- TALLIO ROOFING" Is oflored to the public
as the best nud cheapest Metal Koof now used, its
merits tested by an experience of years in this city
and vicinity. Applied to fist or steep, old or new
buildings. No snider used fastened securely with
out cxpoBuro to the action of the elements.
rrepnrert sheets, boxed lor shipment to any part of
the united States, can lie applied by uny one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly tilled.
CALDWKlili 4 CO,
jylfi-tf 132 West Second street.
Merrell's Blackberry Anodyne.
fllHIS MEDICINE IS OFFERED TO THE
JL public as one of the best, If not theveryhestmed
icinethat lias ever lieen Invented fur Di.aruuka, Dys
entery, Ciioi.eha Iwaxtvm, and all other dt-rnnge.
ments of the Stomach and Digestive Organ, which
are so prevulnut and fatal In onr comitij corrects
the derailed condition of the Liver: nll,is Nervous
Irritations, snch as is caused by Teething, gives
tone and healthy action to the bowols, and withal, is
pleasant to take, )y33-bmt
Money! iTIoncy! Money !
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
ltomoveil from Stt Weat SSIxfli-sncot.
MONEY LOANEDON WATCHES.JEW
KhRY and all kinds of merchandise, at low
rtes of Interest, ut So. Ti Vinn-strost, In-tween
i'ourtli anil Kiflh. 211
GLASGOW AND NEW YORK
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
STEAM TO 6LA80O ,. .UVEBPOOL, BELFAST.
DUBLIN ANP LONDONDEKBY
FOB $ao.
r&OM NW TOBK.
GInstnwThomBon,Wednesdny,Ang.'i.atl2 noon
Edliiburifli, Oumniing..Vtdiiesday,.liine I, "
GIuhkow, Thomson " July A, "
KdlubiuhCuuiming.. " July 27,
- I.; , i (BOH OXASOOW.
Erltnlmrch, Uamming...8aturdar, DIsy 7,
Ulnsgow, Tbnnison...Vvduenday, July 27,
Eiliiiburitli,Cumming. " JulyV.
Ilatesof Passage from New York, Philadelphia or
Boston, to Glasgow, Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
Londonderry, flrstclass, ijjftS. Bteeraee, found with
an abundance of properly-cooked provisions, 8.'JO.
An experienced Surgeon attached to each steamer.
No charge for medicines.
Ifor Freight or Pansairo, apply to
ap27 BOBEUT 01IA1O. 37 Broadway.
MEDICATED BTRKNGTIIKFIN3
PLA8TKK3. These riasters are oxcollent
remocloa In casea of pain nnd weakness in the side,
breast or back ; also, in rheumatic afflictions, counhs,
asthma, sprains, bruises, and kidney or spinal alfoe
Hons. The Arnica, Oalhanum, Pitch, Poor Sinn's
snd Hemlock Pliutora, are manufactured of various
sines, on kid or cloth, and Poor Man's on paper, by 8.
A. OUIVJCITH, and supplied to dealers and druggists
on as good torms as an y manufacturers In the U.S. (I)
H. CAMPBELL 81 CO.,
MANUFACTURES OF BAR, SIIEET,
and Boiler Iron, Plow Blabs, Railroad Bplkes,
Etc. Also, Agents for the sule of lronton Star Nails,
Warerooms No. 19 HUut Second Street, Cincinnati,
Ohio, ' '
aas"A11 kinds Iron marl to order. , ins
J, J. BUTLER'S
Eicvlsior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory. 3 Vine St. 14
f)RS B7EHRM AN & W. ft LEECE
UOM:OIATMI$T.
0KF10K NO. 4tJ HEVKNTH STRKKT.
OSice hours from A. M., 1 to 3, nnd 7 to 9, P. M.
jy2llcni
WILLIAM H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
and Counsellor at Law, Chaos's Building
Third street, S doors Kast of Maip nn
INSURANCE- j ;
BY STATE AUTEOBXT.Y.
Incorporated 1819. Charier Perpetual
ItntT-Affennv Aatjilil I.IiaiI In f.f..Al..K.l ln -a k.is
teilatlrig U present loeal Insnnjice C'ompauies'siid
Agencies iu tho Iiiaurance liuslnsss In thlu. iii. l l
yenrs constant duty here.coruliliied with wealth, ex
perience, en terprlse and liberality, especially com
mend tlieETNA Insurance Company to the favora
ble pat ronaee of this community standiug solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Uinclnuati underwriters of ISsiiS. .,
IiOat' paid In ftinrlnnni! ilurlne vrtat Five
Vi-ar, StiM.ori l tt7.
Cask Capitaliii51.000,O0O.
AHSOl.TTTE AN71 ItNTMPAIllimi WITH .
SUKPIiUS OK l,U3(l',423 80.
Anil tnoprestigo of 40 years success and experience.
IITVIISTMKNTB OP
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS (IF ji'i,oiia,orio, I,O.SF.
nave btem paid by the ihtnn lnsuruncs Cumnanr ln
the psat 40 years. ; , ' ...
Fire OSIll Tlllnml Nnviunllftn. Tllsk. nrecntmt
at. terms consistent with solvency smd fulr prollis.
KsDecial attention siven to InfctiraTiri nf llurMllitiua
and Contents, for tonus "f 1 to S years.
Application made to any duly authorized Agent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a leslt-
iiiuue insurance misinesH, nils Company is onnulod
to offer both indemnity for tho past and secuiity for
tho future. Policies issued without delay by
.ao, si. t'lminiit, a Kent, no, w Maui street.
A. V. PATCH, Assistant Agent.
II. K. LINHSEY, Agent 171 Vine street.
J-JflOOKKK, Aaeiit, Knlton J7th Ward.' an
THE E E P 0 TJ H'TH S
or TUG
PROFITS OF THE BUSINESS
DIVIDED ANNUALLY
10
POLICY-HOLDERS.
18 WALL STREET, HEW YOKK.
CASH CAPITAL $300,000 00
ASSETS July 1, 1S59 l05,(iSi SI
LIABILITIES 10,51-1 37
fJVlK ATTENTION OF THE COMJIU--fi.
NITY is rospoetfiilly c-lled to the following
featnrea in connection with this Company:
I'msr liy injuring in this Couipuny. tho advant
nvi'S of a Mutual Insurance Company iirH iibtiiloi'd,
with ill o addiiiontiUdraiitacoiilliirileil In llio'oriuity
given by n ainplii and reliable (tnsb Capital a fila
ture not presented hy ordinal v Mutual Fire lnenruneo
Compsuies. Trc tlividcnd:i to customers, already de
clared, are us follows: -
First Dlvison to Puliev-llolders. Ih.W. 3SK nor cant.
Heroud do. do. do. IW, on "
'third do. do. do. ls.v.1, 6(1
8rcoNn-The security given, which Is already large.
illcenstHntlvinereiiHe with oaidi vearof miirpl'ii(
operuttoes. This is exhibited 'deiirlr in tho follow-
ng siaii'ineni, siiowinir ine nosition ot r.ne (Join puny
ii escli vear since the now system wasiidonteil.
July, 1 j.'.ii. Jiel Assets of the Coinpiiuy, f.'iTn.I'm
i.-;ii, " ' eii,7ni .
1S.M, " " " 7AI,!Mn2
law, (Jriws Assnte, " tsrvWl M
" Liubllitie ll'i.H l i7
Tmr.n Tho insured incur no liability whatever.
while obtaining these iidramagHi of superior security
anil rUoapneiw. (1KO. T. ilol'li, 1'resklcut.
H. H. I.ahpobt, secretr'.
ClBl'H Pj:ck, Assistuiit Secretary,
SAK'L E. MACK & Co., Agents,
'ii Went Thiiil-slreci, t'iiieiiuiatl.
tanKi'itml
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
Iiuioi'taii( iBMifrovejjM'ut!
WELLtFriTENT
FOLDING SPRING MiTRESS
WEIGHS ONLY 5 LBHI MAXUFAOTCllED.
WI10LESALK AND RETAIL, BY
BENNETT & CO.,
jySl-ivm fipoa mo re street, below Fifth.
rfUIE HOST KRliIA 1H.E FI R F. AMI
JL Bl'RGLAIt PKOOFrUm.-Tliey have given
more sutisliu'tiiui than any other now in nsn.
WeotTorareward of OM! TII:.1.TI) D(I.
TiAltS lo any person that run, up to the printout
time, shown singli. iusianco wlierein tiley liuvo failed
to ori'servo their contenis.
Vith this S.VKK we ehallence all competition, as
biiini the lest Fire Proof, lliirglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar l'roof now niiide; und art willing to
tent with any establishment in tho Union, end tho
pany failing first, to forfeit to the other, the sum
of 52,11110.
"Wc are prepared to furnish a bettor Safe, and nt leas
cost, than any other manufacturer in the United
blutes.
Second-hand Safes of other makers, also on hand.
Vereopectfullv invite tin, public to call and eiuln
iue our stock before purchasing eWcwhcre,
II ALL, CMiltol.I, ,v 00.,
au12-ayt Nos. is ami 17 Kast ( WiimHa street.
DIARRHEA AMD BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholic, and
ALkWAISfS L THE STOMACH & B01TEI.S.
Made by GEO. S. LIGHT,
WHOLESALE DKUQ0I8T, CIKCIKNATI,
FOTt SALIC BY JOHN D. PARK, HUIIIE, ECK
STINK i CO., and Druggists geuernlly. Order left
at Wihumsipn & HATmiLii, Ho. il W'nlniil street
will be attended to. aiiKMuovl
I. X. L.
HVE XT T -fSL 3L ID -
AFTER MANY YEARS OF PRACTICAL
experience in the art of Mustard -making, the
proprietors offer tho above brand of Mustard to the
public, guaranteeing it a strictly pure article, manu
factured from tho bust quality of soed.carnfullv se
lected with the design of producing a Mnetni il 8UPR
MOK IN FLAVOK AND I'UNOENOY TO ANY
HOW IN USE. We have no hesitation In saving
that all lovers of good Mustard will And the I. X. L.
to be that which thoy so freouantly (all to obtain, ''
MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTARD.
sHTOrdcrs promptly filled.
HARltr80N 4 "WIIiSON,
j4 00 ami 101 Wnlnwl -Ntre t.
Composition Roofing.
rglHK nndflrolgnod in nroparoil to pot on a
JL (Jompositlon lioof nt the best iiuality nt short
Ik &f
ujr. tc-'
mm
III
mm
nonce. i'
OfHee ln J A B. Bruco's Carrlnge Hopositon, cor-
norTliird nnd Vine.
.r Uoollng material constantly on hand, nnd for
talo. 0 ? 27-31U) J. M. KOBLE.
-tween
RAILROADS.
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
FOUR DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THE
Bixthz-Btroet Depot. . ' ' ' '
Trains tun throuuh to Indianapolis, Lima, San
dusky atid Cleveland withoiitchange of cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North
ern and North-western cities. .. -.,
A. HI. EXPRESS TUAIN (Columbus timo,
which Is seven minutes faster ilian Oinclnnatl) Ifer
Cleveland and Pittsburg, via Delaware, makes close,
connection st Orestllne fur' Plttsburn, Baltlmnru,
Philadelphia and New York; and at Cleveland for
Dunkirk, liuflalo, Boston nnd New York. Also, con
nects ut Dayton with liny ton and Michigan Koadfor
Troy, Piqua, Sidney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Toledo nt :):.'S0. Detroit
at IWW, and Chiciuu at 7:2U P. M Quinny and HalenM
st 7 A. M. Also, si Dayton with Oreenvilleand Miami
Kond, for Greenville, Union, Winchester and Mnr.
cie. Also, connects at Kiclnnonrt with Indiana Jeti
tral Iload.for Indianapolis, Lafeyetto, Chicago, Terra
Haute, St. Louis, and all Western cities. Also, nt
Richmond with Cincinnati and Chicnsn Doad, for
Anderson! ICokonio and Pem. Also, connects with
Junction ihiilrosdnt Hamilton for Oxford.
H A. ,11, MAIL 'i'ltAIN-Fur Dayton, Spring
fidd and Hauduskv C'oiuiects at riandiisky with
8TKAMErtforDErE(IIT:at UKltANAfor COLUM
BUS; stKorestwith Pittsbure. Fort Wiivneanil Chl-
cngo Road, East and West; at Clyde with C. and To
ledo lload ior Cleveland and fiullalo, 'Huludn. Detroit
and Chicago. This train ulso connects at IikLA
WA11K with the 0., U. & ii. Head lor Cleveland awl
Snjnts East; slsoroanectsat JUmil ton with Junction
:uilrnaU for Oxford.
'MO P. M. l'HAIN For Dayton. Hprinefleld
and tfandiisky-Connocts at Forest with Pittsburg.
Fort Wayno and tlhjrngo Koad, Kast and West; at
Clyde with 0. ami Toledo lload lor Cleveland ang But
lalu, Toledo, Detroit and Chicago. Also, connects at
Iiichmond for Indianapolis, Torro limits, tit. Lonis
nnd Chicago. Also, conuectswith Junction Railroad
at Hamilton fnrlixfnrd.
P. iI. TRAIN For Duyton, Troy, Plqna, Kid
noy, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort W'ayuo and Chi
cago, reaebing Cliicagn at X A, M.
"Tlio8auilS A. 41. trains connect at Cleveland
Willi steamers for ltiillalo.
For fnrt her Information und Tickets, apply at the
Ticket olllies-north-enst corner Front uud Broad
y No. ISd Wnlniit-strecr, utar Oilisnn Home; at
n.n u,H J ll.ari WIHUO, II1U WPBl BlOO CI V lllC'Sll'dei,
between PestofBce and Burnet House; at the Walnn'
Htreet House, or at the Sixth-street Depot.
. anli D. MuLABKN, Buporinte. Jent.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily. '
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Train No. 1 Express, at 6 A. M., connects via
Cidnrabusand Cleveland, viiiCdlnm bus, Crestline and
Pittsburgh, via Columbus, rjteulicuvllle and Pitts
buigh, Detroit vlsvClnvolnudaud steamer. This Train
stops, between Cincinnati and Columbus, nt Love
land, Poerfield, Morrow, Xeula, Cednrville, South
Cliarloston, London Slid West Jefferson.
Second Tiain-No. 2 Kxpmss. at 8:30A. M connect
via Oolunil'iis, Bellairmid Bunwood; Wheeling; ia
Columbus, Hteuheuvilleiind Pittstjiirg: viu Columbus,
Creatline and Pittsburg: via Columbns and Cleve
land: Detroit, via Cloreland and ateamer: V hitc Rnl.
phur htalinu, via t-i'i-iunlleld. This Train stops be
Cincinnati and Columbus, at Plninville, Mil-
iora, iiiiannviiie, Liovoiauu. ieernnia, jaorrow, cor
win, Spring Valley, Xeniu ami London.
Third Train Accommodation, at iUO P. M,, for
Columbus ami Hprinetiidil.
' Fourth Truin-Nigbt Kxpress, at 11:30 P. M.j con
Hoots viuOiduuibus, Uellnirand Benwood; Wbooling,
via ColuiuboH, Hieulienvillo nnd Pittsburg; via Co
lumbus, Crestline and Pittsburgh via Columbus and
Cleveland. This train stops at Lovolnnd, Morrow.
Corwin, Xenia and London. BLEKPIKO CABS ON
TMISTRAIS. w
No. 1 txpresa, through toClevolandwithontchanga
ofcars.
: No.zKipress.thronghto Wheeling without change
ofrars.
Tho NIGHT EXPBEH8 rriiin leaving Cincinnati
at 11:30 P. M., runs daily, oxcept SATUKDAY8. The
HherTrains run daily, oxivpt SUNDAYS.
For all information, and l uri'ugh Tickets to Bos
ton, New York, Phlladelnhia, Hultlmore, Washing
ton, Bnffdo, Niagara Falls, Iiunklrk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Kastorn places,
apply at the Offices, Walnul Street House, No. 1 Bur
net Hou3e, south-oast cormT of Broadway and frost
streets, and at the Eastern Oepnt.
Trains run by Columbus lima, which to seven mln
ates fustor than Cincinnati tiHio.
J DURAND, flup't.
Omnllinsesonllforpnsaengers by leaving direction
at the Ticket Offices. myl7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE NORTHWEST,
AND THE NORTHWEST, VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
ai4 Chicago.
Three PsssengerTrsinsloavoCincinnatidaily, from
the foot of SI II I nnd Front strep'.
,'.:,'S) A. M.-Chlcago Hail arrives at Indlauspolla at
10:3k A. M.; Chicago at 7:U5 l'.M. This tfWii oon
necte with all night tralnaoutof Chicago, for the
West sod North-west.
12:KI M. Ton e Haute and L jyfayette Ancommoda
tion arrives at Indianopolis, ut A:is) P. ill., making
directconuectlons at Indianapolis with Torre Ilauto
Truini and India nspolls and Latnyette trains for
Docatur, tipringneld, Naples, Oninry, Hannibal and
St. Joseph; also with Porn trains for Peru, Ft. Wayne
and Toledo. i .
6:00 P.M. Ohit-ago Express arrives at. Indianapolis
at 111:311 P. M.; Chicago nl 7:40 A. M. Making cleso
connectionsat Ohiongowith all morning trams out
of Chicago. This train connects at Indianapolis
with Terre Haute trains for all points West and
Nortliwest.
fileepingciirs r vfsclied te all the night tralm
on this line, and rnit thi ough to Chicago without
change of cars.,
Tina Is exclusively a Western mid North-western
route, and with lhrerable nnd reliable arrangement
with all connecting roa.ls throughout the entire
West, guarantees unusual care and the amplest ac
cornmodatlons'to the pationaot this lino.
T Ur sure yon are i n t lie right ticket ofiloo before
you purchase your tickets, and ask for tickets via
Lawroncoburgimd Indianapolis.
' Fr.ro the same ns by any other route. Baggage
chRed thronsli. , . ,
' TIIHOUGU TIUKETS, good until nsed, can be ob
tained at the ticket oiticca, at tfpencer Uonso tlorner,
north-eani corner Broudway and Front; No. I llur
net Hnnse Corner; at tho AValnnt-street House, and
ut Depot offli'o, foot of Mill, on Front street, where
all necessary information may be had.
Omnibustes run to and from mch train, and w
call fm piuiengers at all hotels nnd all ports of the
oity, bi leaving addross at either office.
W. H. L. NOBLB,
,niylO - Qoneral Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
SSSSSA0 Route for
iiT. LDUIS,
LAFAYKTTK,
, CHMiAOO, v. .
. , . . . LOUAN8P0BT,
I'iSBD.
KORT M'AYNR
TWO DAILYTH 110 UOH TBA1MS leave Bixth street
Depot, at ll A.M. and 4;Stl P. M.
B A, M.-lNI)IANAPtLIS, 1: LOUIS A CHIOA
00 FAST HXPHKHS.-Thrniigh direct, making close
connections for all other Western nnd North-western
S Dints, This Train also connects at Richmond with
inclnnati and Chicago Boads, for Anderson, Koko.
ran, Loguasport, and all points on Wabash Volley
ltntlroKd.
4:30 P. M. INDIANAPOLIS, (1HKHBO ST.
LOCK NIGHT KXPBIWi?. The above Trains make
close connections at Indianapolis, Lafuvi tteand Chi
cago, with Trains for Torre liautu, jspringneld , Hock
Island, Ualesburg, Kenosha, Lat'rosae, Jacksonville,
Psnville, Burliugion, Milwankei., Mattnonv Naples,
Galena. Q.iinty, Prairin du Chiuu, Paoa, Peoria,
Dimloith, Raeine, Docnlhr, IHoow.lngtou, Jollet, La
Ballo.St. Paul, and all towns and cities Id t lie North
wesi. .. ' .
TOirongh Tickets given and Baggage ohecked
through. !
Foriurthcrlnlbmiatliin and Through Tickets, ap
ply to Ticket ()fflcen, novtli-enst corner ot Front and
Broadway; No. 1 Walunt street. nar Fourth; at
south-east corner f lonrth and Vine atreet, or at
tho tilxtk-strool Dopot.
, D. M. MOBROW, Superintendent.
Omnlbiuu.ti will call for passengers by leaving their
Rtmos at eithor Cf the Ticket Offices.
Itw w. h KHflTU, Ant.
CAN D--Y 1 O A KD Y
JET. ir- OLAHE,
(Sncconor to Mtees A Oo.) ,
Manufacturers and IVIiolesale Dealers
. ' . - -is- ....: ,:
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
0 MAIW STREET, CIWCINITATI
' mylT
JOHN BONER,
(UOCKSIOB TO TETIB Mirg,)
At 36 West Fifth st..
Tina cnnstniitly tin linnd it I.nrge Vnrletr of
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, CHINA,
' FANCY BASKETS, V
Fishing: Tackle, Military Good, etc.,
WHOLESALE AND HKTAIL, .
AT VEUY LOW PRICES.
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