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THEPEESS.
OMICI, 14 VEST lOURTH-BTBEKT.
FRIDAY-.
.SKPTKMBBIl 10
SIX CFNTS WILL PAY FORTHE
PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
WItl, ot often that as pathetic a ballad u the
following finds ita war into print :
I'p in Podunk, where the thiatls I
Ulooms, dies and rots:
Where the winter whirlwinds whlitli
AU around tha lota u. '
Lives the s'lekeet gal ton trer -
Saw In all your lire ;
Ankle like a blue beech lever
Voice Ilka a file.
A I aat by her a-oourtin',
Calm and serene
'With her apron the waa aporlln',
Checkered and clean.
Mingled waa our hair together,
all day we eat,
A ohawio' gum In wintry weather, ' ' '
Happy as fat.
And I stuck to her Ilka teailes,
Numinor and fall ;
But sue went off with the measles, '
Ankle aud all.
An Editor's Dream.
A b&ohelor editor, out West, who had
reoeivod from the fair hand of a brido a
piece of elegant wedding enko to dream
on, thus gives the results of his remark
utile experience:
put it under the head ol our pillow,
shut otir eyes sweetly as an infant, blessed
with an efty conscience, and soon snored
prodigiously. i:
The id of dreams gontly 'touched us,
and in fancy wo were married I '..Never
was a little editor so happy. It was "my
lovo," ''dearest," "nwoetost," ringing in
our ours or-jry tnuuiont. Oh, that the
droam liad broken off here I But no I
uonie evil genius put it into the head of
our duekey to have pudding for dinner,
just to please her lord. ' '
in a hungry dream we sat down to
dinner. Well, the happy pudding mo
ment had arrived, and a huge Blice almost
febsoured from sight the plate before us.
".My dour." said we, fondly, "did you
mnke'thig ? '
" Y 08, love, don't you think it is very
nice?"
" 'Tia the best bread pudding I ever
tasted in my life."
"Plum pudding, duckey," suggested
my wife.
'Dh, no, my dearest wife, bread pud
ding I was always fond of it"
"Call that bread pudding," asked my
wife, while her lips slightly curled with
contempt
"Certainly, my dear reckon I have
had enough at the Sherwood House to
know bread pudding, my love, by all
means."
"Husband, this is really too bad; plum
padding is harder to make than bread
padding, and is more expensive, and a
;rcat deal better. This is plum pudding,
sir !" and my pretty wife's brow flushed
with excitement ; , .
"My love, my sweet, my (Tear lovb,"
exclaimed we, soothingly, "do not get
angry, I'm sure it's very good if it is bread
pudding."
"You mean wretch," replied my wife,
in a higher tone, "you know it's plum
pudding."
"Then, ma'am, it's so meanly put to
gether, and so badly burned, that the
aevil himself wouldn't know it I tell
you, madam, most distinctly and emphat
ically, and I will not be contradicted, that it
is bread pudding, and the meanest kind
at that"
"It is plam pudding," rose abovo the
din, as we had a distinct perception of
feeling two plates smashed across our
head.
"Bread pudding 1" we groaned, in a
ruge, as the chicken loft our hand, and
Hying with extremely swift motion across
the table, landed in madam's bosom.
"Plum pudding," resounded the war
ry from the enemy, as the gravy dish
took us where we had bcon depositing
the first part of our dinner.
"Bread pudding forever," shouted we
in defiance, unsuccessfully dodging the
soap turoen, and falling beneath its greasy
contents.
"Plum pudding," yelled the amiablo
spouse, as noticing our misfortune, she
determined to keep us down by piling on
our head the dishes with no gentle hand.
Then, in rapid succession, follow the war
ry. "Plum pudding," she shrieked with
every dish.
VBread pudding" in smothered tones,
enmo from the pilo in roply. Thon it was
"plum pudding in rapid succession, the
iust cries growing feeblor, until we just
distinctly recollect, it had grown to a
whisper. "Plum pudding" resounded
like thunder, folio ired by a tremendous
crash, as my wife leaped upon the pile
with both foot, and commenced jumping
up and down. Then, thank heavens, wo
uvi'okcl and behold, it was a dream. This
di'tiajn has determined us we shall never
marry.
Fashionable Women.
in energetio, truthful writer thus sums
up the ease of fashionable women:
Fashion kills more women than toil
and sorrow. Obedience to fashion is a
greater transgression of the laws of wo
man's nature, a greater injury to her
physical and mental constitution, than
fho hardships of poverty and neglect
The slave woman at her task will live
long aud grow old, and see two or three
generations of her mistresses fade and pass
away. The washer-woman, with scarce a
ray of hope to cheer her in her toils, will
live to see her fashionable sisters all die
around her. The kitchen maid is hearty
and strongwhen the lady has to be nursed
like a baby.
It is a sad truth that fashion-pampered
women are almost worthless for all the
good ends of life. They have but little
force of character ; they have still less
power of moral will, and quite as littlo
physioal energy. Tliey live for no great
ends. They are only doll-forms in the
hands of milliners and servants, to be
dressed and ted to order. They dress
nobody, they feed nobody, they bless
aobody, they save nobody. They write
no books ; they set no rich examples of
virtue and womanly life. If they roar
children, the servants do all save to con
ceive and give them birth. . And when
reared, what are they? What do they
ever amount to but weaker scions of the
oldrtock? Who ever heard of a fashion
able woman's child exhibiting any virtue
and power of mind for which it became
eminent Read the biographies of our
great and good men and women. Not
one of them had a faehionablo mother.
They nearly all sprung from strong
minded women, who Jhad about as little
to do with fashion as with changing the
clouds.
Milky Way.
The Milky Way forms the grandest
feature of the firmament It completely
encircles the whole fabrio of the skies,
and sends its light downypon us, accord
ing to the bcBt observations, from no less
than oightoon millions of suns. These
are planted at various distances, too
remote jto be more than feebly understood;
but their light, the medium of measure
ment, requires for its transit to our earth
periods ranging from ten to a thousand
years. Such is the sum of tlio great
truths revealed to us Ivy the two llcrschels.
who, with a zeal which no obstacle could
daunt, have explored overy part of the
prodigious circle, feir V llliaui ilerscnoi,
after accomplishing his famous section,
believed that he hud gauged the Milky
Way to its lowest depth, affirming that he
could follow a cluster of stars with his
telesoope, constructed expressly for the
investigation, as far back as would require
three hundred and thirty thoueaud years
for the transmission ot its light. But,
presumptuous as it may scorn, we must
be permitted to douht this assertion, as
the samo telescope, io tho sauio master-
hand, was not sufficiently powerful to re
solve even the nebula) in Orion. Nor must
we forget that light, our only clue to those
unsearchable regions, expands and decom
poses in its progress, and coming from a
point so remote, its radiant waves would
bo dispersed in space. Thus the reflec
tion is forced'upon us, that the new clus
ters and systems, whose beaming light
will never reach our earth, still throng
beyond , and that, though it is permitted
to man to behold the immensity, he shall
never see the bounds of the creation.
Marvels of Scionce.
Familliar Quotations.
"When I can road my title clear."
Old John Bingham.
"Go it boots legs are cheap. Gen.
Santa Anna at the battle of Cerro Gordo.
"Throwphysic to the dog.s" Dr. Jay ne.
"Pile on dirt, and d d be lie who
cries before he is hurt. James Gordon
Bennett
"Know ye the land of the cypress and
myrtle." Gen. Wm, Walker.
"The world is all a fleeting show."
Barnum.
"1 will pledge you a buniber." Cottor.
"The Key to the whole mystery"
Mrs. Sickles.
"Look beforo you leap." Sam Patch
who didn't
"A gone sucker." Supposed to he
Stephen A. Douglas.
"Went up like a rocket and came down
like a stick." Cyrus W. Field.
"Do they miss me at homo." Schuyler.
"Breeches of trust" Lucy Stone.
. "Squally times." Brigham Young.
. A Useful Hint. If a man faints away,
instead of yelling out like a savage, or
running to him to lift him up, lay him at
full length on his back on the floor, loosen
tho clothing, push the crowd away so as
to allow the air to reach him, and let him
alono. Dashing water over a person in a
fainting fit is barbarity. Tho philosophy
of a fainting lit is, the heart fails to send
the proper supply of blood to the brain;
if the person is erect, that blood has to
be thrown up hill ; but if lying down, it
has to bo projected horizontally, which
requires less power, as is apparent.
Scientific American.
8 A reward of five fresh eggs is
offered by the President of tho Ilea Con
vention for such information as shall
lead to the detection, prosecution and
conviction of tho perpotrator of the fol
lowing: Why is a heD immortal? Because lior
son never sets.
Why do heus have no hereafter? Bo
oauso they havo their necks twirled (next
world) in this.
fiSTMrs. Partington says that nothing
despises her so much as to see people
who profess to expect salivation go to
church without their purses, when a re
collection is to be takon. .
BSyOut West, the law gives damages
for apparent broach of promise The
bachelors, howevor, obviate the difficulty
by having their cards labelled, "Good for
this call only."
JG-Lord Bacon beautifully said, "If a
man be gracious to strangers, it shows he
is a citizen of the world, and that his
heart is no island cut off from tho other
lands, but a continent that joins them.
BOy-Whatever the wind may do in
winter, it cannot be denied that in spring
it "turns over a new leaf."
0The man who "took a walk," the
other day, brought it back again; but
the next day he took a ride, and went off
with it.
B"Tho Turkish men hold that women
have no souls, and prove by their treat
ment of them that they have none themselves.
THOS. W. PARRIN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
LUMBER DEALERS.
YARD OH FREEMAN-ST., NEXT TO
Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad.
We would call the attention of purchasers of Lumber
to the following Bill of Prices:
. , , . . Cash, i Mon's.
Clear, S in. Flank, per M feet $112 00 $1211 mi
" ? " " 7ft no mm
s7 00 no 00
S7 W) M (10
37 AO 40 (10
2H Ml 30 no
83 00 !) (II
f7 (10 00 110
43 .10 45 (10
35 IH) 87 60
23 7 2.1 00
20 m 21 00
33 Oil at (10
24 to v
16 M 17 SO
14(10 A no
23 m 2r, no
UN' 12 Ml
12 10 13((
10 110 12 Ml
11 Ml 12 Ml
14 (10 1.1 (HI
14 no is no
10 M) 17 60
1A (M 17 in I
3.1 m 37 60
33 ir, 2f on
18 75 20 00
28 IK) 30 no
37 Ml 40 (K)
15 00 17 ,0
12 00 1.1 00
37 M) 40 DO
2600 27 (10
4 2A 4 90
4 00 4 23
65 Ml
30 33
20 29
" VA "
" 1 in. Board, "
1 it
1st Com., 3 in. Flank, "
3 "
" IX "
' 1M "
" 1 in. Board, "
i 1 . 11
3d Com., 3 " "
IX "
1 ii
ft ti
Grub Pl'k, 3
art Com., 1 "
White-pine Fencing B'ds, w
Hemlock " "
Poplar
Pine
Oak
lat Com.
2d Com.
3d Com.
id. w.fiii. UIMrUIUI
9,1 tl It
lilt Com'. Partition Boards.
-11 ViOttl.
for Pressed Lnmber, ( Ml for one
He. and 13 for two sides extra will
bu charged.
Ro.lSlied8lilnglee
No. 1 Sawed
Jnfrlw qualities In proportion.
Oilar Fencing Posts, 4 6, In. each...
" . ; " .'dough....
Locust " II
I.. Klll.n.ailAn
v ..ii.n.M r.iuvuroi erainrtner redaction 01 ,t per
cent .Is made.
At these prices we I isre two or tbree million feet of
good Reasoned Lnmb er for sale.
Parties wishing t purchase Lumber will do well to
give us call. . THOMAS W. FABBIN A 00.
,au2V-tf
8EWING MACHINES.
YOUNGr'S
Improved, Two-Threaded Lock-Stitch.
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
$25, $30 and 35.
THE SATISFACTION WHICH THESE
machines has given tn thnae who bars been
Using tbeiu, in all kinds of Family Sewing, leadjns
to recommend them to the public, wttb ihe fullsst
cuulitlence that they will give entire HaiUfaction
wherever used. Aiido from all kiuileof sewing, tliey
vmhroidkii ueaiitllimy. Tliey are In all respects, hi
ri'ir rd s the execution of work, flrnt-cinsa niHchint-s,
They are now on exhibition at tb. fair. We shall
take pleasure In explaining tb. working of our tia
chiuoe. aud aire soecimeus of our work to all who
will favor u with a call at our sale-rooms, corner of
Vine ami s utn-streeis, overi'oiea ilopmus s store.
To persons residing ont of the city, who will lu
closeus a three-cent stamp, with tbtlr address, wa
win nuu uur circular, wnu .peciiuons 01 wora.
YVILTSKE BHOTHURl. Ageata,
P. 0 Box2,J0, Cincinnati, 0.
HT Agonts wanted throughout Ohio and Ken.
tncky. sopl3aui
IlEMOVAIi.
G.CKNIFFIN&Co.
MaLIUS IN
I, ADD, WEBSTER k CO.'S
(Late Hunt, Webster; A Co.'i.)
SEWING MACHINES,
Noi 0 Fourtl-street, Cincinnati.
On tho 1st of Octi.bei te will romoreto
No. 80 Weft Fourth-street,
GAZETTE BUILDIXG.
IsopUj
Sloat &Co.
sewing machine!!,
Cinclncnti, Oflleo S'i West Fonrtb atreet.
SV THOSE INTENDING TO PURCHASE,
we doslre a personal Investigation of tho com
parative merits of these Sewing Dlacblues with all
others tn the market.
anil FRANK IIS NET, Agent.
KELSEY & CO.'S
SEWIM-MKIIINES
Office SO West Fourth-street,
CINCINNATI.
W"E ASK OP A DISCRIMINATING
public, In pursuit of a reliable Sewiue-Ha-chine,
the most riitid comparison of the inoriti of
these Machines with all others In the market. We
court It, being sure it will result in ourfnvor.
D. W. HARRINGTON & CO.,
au30 Agents.
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES.
Prices Btduccd to 950, 97S, tfllO and $125.
Singer's New Fnnilly Sewing- Itlncliiuet
The price of which is only $rn, is alight andologant
)y decorated Machine, capable of performing, in the
best style, all the sowing of private family.
Slnser's Trnioivevae Hlinttle Machine,
To he sold at S7S, Is a Mnchhie entirely now in its ar
rangement', it Is very beautiful, moves rapidly aud
very easily, and, for family uae and light manufac
turing purposes, Is tho very beet and cheapest Mit
ch ine ever offered to the public.
Hinger's No. 1 Htnndnrd Shuttle IHnohine,
Formerly sold at 813.1, but now reduced to 5110, Is
known all over the world. Every sort of work can
be done with it.
Hinser's No. II Smnilnrd Shuttle Unchluo,
This Is the fnvorito manufacturing Machine every
whore Price, with table complete, 8126.
HTScnd for a Circular.
JAMES SKARDON,
Agent for J. 51. Slngor i Co.
Jin. 8 Eii't Fourth street,
jell-t OlMOINNA'l'I, OHIO,
LESTER'S SEWING MACHINES.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
the sewin.g public Ihut I am the sole nntuorlzuiJ
Agont for tho sale of the
LESTER'S IMPROVED 8IIUTTIE
SEWING MACHINES;
And being well amnamted with its merits, and fimfl
lar with its operation. I fenl eontldeut that those in
wimt of such an article, will give it preference over
all others now before the public.
I doom It unnecHssnry to enuniornte all its advan
tages, as those who nmy wish to purchase will proba
bly prefer to snttff themselves by poraoual Inflec
tion, which thev innr do hv calling at
No. i West Fourth strrpt,
IVe7"PerHons purchusiiig Lesler'a Mowing Mnchlns
will recolvo practical Instructions upon tlieni free ol
oharge. All machines warranted.
WILLIAM IiAPIIAM, Agent.
No. n West Fourth street, dlreotly
Jy2S-tf-t Oppoilte Poit Offloo.
EVENS'
MANI'FACTIIRINO
SEWING MACHINE.
I bellove I make the best Look -stitch Bowing Ma
chines, Id theworld. If the purchaser docs not think
to after six, months trial, I will refund you tin
$QO -a.Krx $110,
Price of Machines.
OFKlfiE AND HALF, KOOMS-Dlroctly on the
Northwent corner llnln and Fourth atreuta, over
Owen's Jewelry establishment.
rfl3"All kinds of tawlng-Machlnea repaired, and
litrht machinory manufactured, nt the factory, 1S7
Wiilnnt-straut, corner Walnut anil Fifth.
WSr"Asi!iits wanted In other cities to sell my Sow.
Ing-Jlachlnos. Address, P. EVANS, Jr., Cincin
nati, 0. au25
1UAKE:R CITY:
Two Tlirended Double Lock Tight fttltnh
$20
nun itinriv
ALSO THE VERNON
Same fltltch, two slaos, price $.'13,00 and 91)1,01).
Tho very latest Invention end the moHt nidnoless and
perfect running machine extant. The nbovenarned
machines niHke the smue milch, equally as well as
lilier priced niios. On these machine we apply the
only Hoiumer that will turn any ii idlh of hum it Is
tho only one In the market that in iidjimtaMnto fold
any wiil'li of hem, will: any lliii kuaHof clutli.
l'erMiiH ri-Kiiliiic in the country wiehing Humpies,
or Information, by inclosing 3c, stamp, will receive
prompt attention
Local agents wanted in all the cities and towns In
Ohio. Address 8. A. JEN Krj, Agont,
. P. O. Box loin;
Or call at Penn Swift's Watch and Jewelry Htore,
(.'7 Maiu striet, 2d door above Fourth, Cincinnati,
Ohio. jylJ-amt
FRONT-STREET FACTORY
AMD
LUMBER DEPOT,
No. 1(7 East Front Street, hot. Pike and Dutlor-st's,
Houtn-slde.
HAVING FITTED UP TIIE PREMISBS
with the most Improved kind of machinery, I
am prepared to fnrnlsh. at short notice, all kintlaof
lloiiflo aiul Steamboat, rnrpenter anil Joinor's work.
Rash, -blinds, Doors, Frames and Holding, of all
descriptions. Hieamhoat bomber, Weather-board-ng,
HMngle, Hiding, Flooring, Ac., kept constantly
on hand. Particular attention paid to planing, rip-
fling and scroll sawing. Heavy fruniing liimbor can
10 planed and trued tn feet long, and 3U inches wide.
Persons about to build, will Dud it to their advan
tage to give me a call, WM. JON IB, .
UK-bin Proprietor.
nniiTU emu
11 li lt AHiW !
MISCELLANEOUS.
WESTERN-"
CCSpL COLLEGE
WILL .,!. s. , ,
CHANGE ITS LOCATION ' ;
NIXON'S NEW BUILDING,
OPPOSITB TUB 'POSTOFFICE,";
, OK
Monday, the 19th, inst.
S1KCIIBS OF
Ffiimausliip of the Institution,
11 at at ggr.s at TBa
MECHANICS' FAIll
sepl-ay
THE OLD DOMINION
00''JL''ini3
AND
TEAPOT.
A tl Til JJWS
SELF-SE.1LIS0
FRUIT CANS
AND
JARS,
The best now in nie and all prepared for Healing.
PB A T TS
PATENT
Sclf-YcntlLitiug
MILK- PAN
The groatest inrontion vet. Everv bon4r..VnAn.r
should havooue.
AltTUTJR, BlIRSnAM A OILHOY,
Manufacturers of Fatont Articles.
afTrado Dspot for the WBt,
24 East Pearl street, Cincinnati.
JOSIil'II R. (JllEEN, A Bent.
WSend for a trade Circular. aol
W B. DODDS,
Formerlyot Ball.Oodds A Co.; late TJrban.Dodds A Uo.
W. I!. Dodds & Co.,
MANTjfAOTUBCaB OT TUI
OO2J0TOI:5.3i3,Cri3
Fire and HurIar Prool
3 JUl. 37" HI 5 !
8. W. Corner of Vine A Second Streets.
This In the most reliable F1TIE AM) RfJHOLA
PltOOF HAFB that is made In tho United Stuies.anrl
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can bo mild
at lower prices, ind Is of belter workmanship than
can be found elsewhere.
We have a largo assortment on hand, and are de
termined to sell at prices that cannot fail to plouee. 1
Old Sates
Takes in exchange. 8H00ND-HAND SAFJCH Al
ways on hand at oxtrenisly low prices. 91 '4
HOOFING.
Saltoustall's Fire nM Water Proof,
ADHKSIVK AND ELASTIC
COATING FOR ROOFS.
TIIE COAPEST AND MOST DURAIiLK
Coating for Metal Hoofs, or imy Tron Work ei
poaed In use. Warranted to withstand the severest
teats of Host, Cold, Huln, or Hulphurio Acid, ami re
main perfectly Impervious to Water. It will not
melt, crack, wuuli orscalo off. For now, old, leaky
metal roofs, or for canvas roofs, it is M) per cent,
chenper than any other contlnjc. All orders accom-
E an led with the caah or satisfactory references, will
e pr .inptly tilled, in any unsold territory South and
Wes) )f New York and fonusjlvania. for further
info 'tlon, apply to
F. HOYH te CO
""Jo Proprietors anil Manufacturers,
K sat Heoond atreet, Clnciunstl, Ohio,
riHE "OUTCAlir ELASTIC ME.
A TAMjIO HIIOKINa'Ms oflerad to the public
aa the best and cheapest ille-tnl iioof now used, Its
merits tested by an oxperb nee of years 111 tills oily
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steop, old or new
buildings. No solder nad -fastened securely with
out exposure to the action of the elements.
Prepared sle ets, boxed for shipment toauy part of
the United Htates, can be appllod by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
CALDWELL 4 CO,
lylA-tf 132 W.stSeoond stroet.
MerrelTs Blackberry Anodyne.
THIS MEDICINEIS OI'FERED TO THE
public as oneoftbe best, If not the vory best med
hlnelhat has ever been tiiveriled firDi.mmBA,Pra
stist, tJHol.tai IsrAKTUM, aud all other detance
nisuts of the .stouigcli and Pigeatlvo Organs, which
are so nr. ralant and fatal In our oounti v arrecta
til d(. fed coudilli n of the Liver: alla's Nervous
1 ii f-. s, such as is ciiu.-ed by 1 ontliins, gives
tn (iqi .lealthv action to the kowola, am) withal, is
pi ast.n. to take. lyXi-bml
Itloney! JTIoncy! Jfloncy!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
HeiuoTCil from 50 Went Sixdi-atreot.
MONBY LOANEDON WATCnK8,JEW.
KI,Kt and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of int. rest, at Mo. ITU Vlue-strout, between
Fonrtliaiid Fifth. 214 ,
GLASGOW AND WEW YOBK
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
STUAJtt TO OliASQO ,, .MVKBPOOfc, BKLFA8T,
DUBLIN AN1 LONDONDKEUr
FOB SUO.
THOM NW TOftK.
etaasow, Thomson, M'cdneedny, Aug. 24, nt 12 noon
diiiuurghjCnmiulug.. Wednesday, June 1, "
(ilnsRow, Thomson...... . " Julys,
KdluburghjC'urainlug.. " July 27, "
IBOM OLAESOW.
Rdlnburgh, Oumrnlng...Katurday, May 7.
(ilnsoow, Thomson...Wcdnesday, July 27.
Edinburgh, Cummlug... " .. July 3.
Botes of Passage from Now York, Philadelphia or
Jloston, to Glasgow, Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
Londonderry, 6 rst claea, ijirS. Htoerago.fonnd with
an abundance or properly-cooked provialons, 9,'iO.
Anexperieneed Surgeon attached to each steamer.
No oharge for medicines.
For Freight or Passneo, apply to
apJ7 BUBKBT OllAia. 17 Broadway.
M8DICATED 8TKE NO T H KP INQ
i-'Jal. PLABTEItS. Those Plasters are excellent
remade In cases of pain and weakness in the aide,
breast or back J also, in rhenmatlo affections, coughs,
asthma, sprains, bruises, and kidney or spinal nffoc'
tiona. The Arnica. Qalbanum, Pitch, Poor Mini's
snd Hemlock Planers, are manufactured of various
sliee.on kid or cloth, and Poor Man's on paper, by S
A. GRIFFITH, aud supplied tn dealers and drngrilsti
onas good terms nsany manufacturers in the II. 8. (9)
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET,
JLTJI and Bollerlron, Plow Slabs, Railroad Spikee.
Bto. Also, Agents for the sale of 1 ronton Star Nails
Ul.nmfim. Mn la ie..u. U J u. . .... , '"
Hhln
. I
sMTAII kinds Iron made to order,
h
J. J. BUTLER'S
I'iXcelsior Fluid Inks.
1 Maimfactiry. 3 Vine Ut . (4
PES. B. EHRMAN & W. f). LKECH.
IIOTHIMflMTHIlX.
OFFICB SO. 46 SIYENTB BTRKBT.
Oalee hours from A.M., 1 tn 3, and 7 to 9, P.M.
jyar-cm '
WILLIAM H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
, . . and Counsellor at Law, Cpase'l Building
Xnlrditreet.Jdoorg Jlaitof aalri. - U7
tJk, . ajL.
"insurance.
TA5iH0RITY
CONN.fe'.!
Incorporated 181 9. Charter Perpelual
T Agency eatabllshed In Cincinnati In IMtiS, an
Mating all present local lnaurauco Oompanles ana
Ageucies ill the Insurance biiHJnHln thlscity. III!
years constant duty here, combined-wUb wealth, ex
perlence, enterprieo anil noeiaiiiy. especially com
mend Ihe dOTN A lnsnmnce ComaAny lo the falw
hie patronage of this community Hfnhdlirg solitary
andulono tho solo survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati undi rwrlters of 1 'J5.
l.ongcs pnld InC'liiPinnnil during mat Five
, Vour., Jl,)liit)ril a.
Cash C apital j$1.0 0 0,0 00.
lAHSOIiUTK ANB UKIMPAIllRD. W ITH A
kUHl'bUS Ol'' l,Oo)l,123 80.
And the jroatlgo of to years success andcxporlence,
lNVKSTUKNTS OP
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
IT W Alt DM OK ia,O0,00O, LOSSES
Have been pid by iho:tna lusuruueo (Jompanyln
the en at 4 1) years.
Fire nnil Inlnnil Nnviaatiou. Blska accepted
at tonus consistent with solvency and fair prollts,
Kapeciul altention given to Insurance of Dwolliugs
and Content,!, for tonus of 1 to 6 years.
Application inailu to uur duly authorhed Agent
pronipiiy tii.ieiiuu(i u. j strict aumiuon to a legu
liualollisuiauro business, this Company la cnnhled
to olt'erlolli Indemnity fortho past and securityfor
the lutiire, reiirie.u,aneuwiirioiisueiay i,y
JAM. ii.CAKTKK, Agent, No. 4(1 Malu streot.
A. F. PATOn. Assistunt Agent.
H. C. MSDSEY, Agent 171 Vine stroot.
J.J, llouisliU, Agent. Fulton. 17th Ward, aitf
"THREE-FOURTHS "
it tii,
PROFITS OF THE BUSINESS
DIVIDED ANNUALLY
POLICY-HOLDERS'.
13 WALL STREET. NEW YORK.
CASH CAPITAL $.100,000 00
ASETrt, July 1, 159 905,081 81
1,1 ADIMTIIJS 10,514 3
rglltE ATTENTION OT? TIIE COMMU-
-BL NITY la respc'ctfully called to the following
fentures in connection with this Company:
Fibst By insuring in this Company, the ndvnnt.
ages of a JHltii il iTiauninai Company are obtiiined,
Willi urn aiiimiiiniuanvani'igoauoroou in iie'uoiiniy
givon l-y n ample and reliable Ouh C.tpifal a f.-a-turo
nit nresoiitt-d bv ordinarv Pfntnel Fire liiHuranco
Compauh. Tricdiviili'iuls to cuatomcra, already de
cltir'Ml, are as follows:
First Divlson to I'olloy-IIoMors, Ur7, per cent.
Hocond do, do, do. wm, so "
Third do. ilo. do. K Ul
will constantly iiu'roaKo wbh encli year of succesilul
operaliona. Thli is cihibited leiirh' In the follow
ing slnleniP'it, shotting the position of the Donipiiny
In each v'ar ailice the new system was ndontib
July, ls.Wi, Jiot Asis of the Company, J."i7n,3Kl 43
lf.1l, " " " M'.l,7l'J !U
" IS.V, " " " 7l ,S A3
' ISM, Oroas Assets, " Hui.CiU M
" " Liabilities loVM 37
Tiiibo Tho insured incur no liability wliuevnr.
while obtaining thono udvaiitnua 01 superior security
id ehe .pniss. trtill. 1. IJUl'li, President,
II. H. LaJiroBT, Secretary.
Cvnt's I'kuk, Assistant Secretary.
SAM'L E. MACK & Co., Agents,
35 Vest Thiril-stropi, ((ueinnutl.
fiiuai'iuaj
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
liMjoi'taiit luipi'oveiiicut!
WELLS' P tTEXT
WIIQHS ONLY 65 LP8I MAN11FACT0BKD,
WnOLESALE AND KETAlL, UY
BEXNETT & CO.,
J r 21 -am Hvcainore street, below Fifth.
HALL'S ATi:T.
rt MIE MOST flKT.lAIJLE riKE AND
M. BllROIiAH PROOF HA FICS.-Thev have aiven
mere satisfaction than any other now In uae.
We offer a reward of O.N K THOL'.XAM) DDL.
TiARS to any person Hint r.m, up to the present
time, ahewa sltiglo tuHtunco wherein tbey have failed
to preserve tlndr contents.
With lliisSAFK we challenge all competition, as
being the boat Fire Proof, ltnrglar Proof, or Fire
and lltiiglar Proof now made; mid are witling lo
test wttn any eHiai'iiriiirnenc in tnu union, and the
nartv falling Aral, to forfeit to tliu other, the mm
of i'i.m).
Wo are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and al lens
cost, than buy other luituufacturor in the United
Hlatos,
Neconn-liatKi nates nrotner nuigcrs, also on hand.
weroapcciiiiiiyiirviiiiinepiiiiiic 10 can and exam
ineour atock lislbre niii-rhasiog nl.,.where.
IIALL. CMlIiOLT, A (in..
augl2-ayt Sua. 1.1 and 17 Kaat CnlnniMa street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX.
Cholera, Bilious Cholio, and
AIL PAIXS IN TIIE STOMACH & BOTOS.
IDaAe by GEO. S. LICIIT, , .
WHOLESALE DRtQOIDT, CINCINNiTI,
F(IU SAMS BY JOHN D. PAIIK, SUIliB, ECK
STIHE CO., and Urugglsts generally. Order left
at Wi L1.IAMS0N ft lUTrirur, Mo. 41 Walnut atrest
will be attended to. aul3-tuovl
AFTER MANY YEARS OP PHACTICAL
experience in the art of Mnatard-mnklng, tlie
proprietors oiler the nbovo brand of Muatard to the
fiiibllc, guaranteeing It a strictly pure nrtlolc. inniiu
actiired from the best quality or semi, carefully
lected with the design of produciiign Mnaturd NUI'E
llIOIl IN KLAVOlt AND PO.NOENCY TO ANY
NOW IN TJ8K. Wo have no Hesitation In saying
that all loversof good Mu nurd will hud the I. X. L,
to be that which they so frequently fail to obtain,
MUSTARD THAT 19 MUSTARD.
WTOrders promptly filled.
HARRISON & WILSON,
Je4 99 nnd 101 Walnut-street.
. Composition Roofing.
BY STATE
J v" ?
TOE undersigned li prepared to put on A
Composition Hoof of the best quality at short
notfeo,
0,S,?",'SJ Bnwrt Carriage Bepository, cor
ner Third and Vine. . '
HooDnj material constantly on hand, and for
tale. Oy27-Jtu). J. H. KfjBLB.
RAILROAD
RAILROAD JUNE 20. [...].
Cincinnati Hamilton [...]
noiO;v:ii ii
RAILROAD
.jJill'
i!T0UB; DAILY TRAINS . LEA .
Klith-street DotiOt. ' v - u- .,.. "1, ".','.
Tra
atnakj
Trains rim threuiih to. Itodlanarpolls, Lima, BalM .
kjand'Oleveland'withoutchangoplcars.
Through j loRCts luru s,usieru, vrinKini, uib,- -
ern and North-western cKlear ' )' ; ''--I
d Nortn-wiwierii cniear -. ' r
which IsTcven anlnutea faster lliau gliicluniiti)-Fe-tiluveland
and jPittsburg,ivk (Delaware, tuak -i-
cm ctlon at 'Oreetlinefor Pittshiurg. close
PhilniU uplila and New York; and . tfaltlmure,
Dunkirk, UulTalo, Morton and ' -SM1'1' na, f"
noctsut Daytonwlth Davto aS Wj 'fcA??2i 1
Troy, PWtia, Sidney, a,J Xt.A'lfOJ
Wayne and Chicago, reachi , K ToleX t 3 M ritu
at 6:00, and Chicago nt 7:2.; p o?iiA a.unl
die Also TfnM. ,.ti!,,lo.R' wichester and Mun.
tra'l Road'for 1 ffi.!"1 H, ol,."0'lu " Indiana Oen.
h7u,. k!' " r'?ul"",Poliei Laroyette, Chicago, Terra
flehl an lHi1 TItiMN For Dayton, Bprln,.
Bohiti it .!h9 y" ' - loui to' Cleveland ami
Eaihfiao'for ted'n0C,S l -".wu JuncUon
P,' ?1' jftAIN-For Dayton, Bprlng8eld
and SanduskyCunnects at Itw.f i.U rii.V.V.
sort Wayne and Chicago Koad, East and WeBt: at
f.1 A"1! u.1 T,oMo, lPad f" Cleieland aug uf:
falo, Toledo, Detro t and Chlcnxo. Also, connects at
Richmond for Indianapolis, Terre Haute, St. Lonii
tii!urVoflK,'ectawithJ,,uc,ioaMiroad
cayo.r.!3.
wiTstTrTfor8i,,;i.,.rai,," conncot
Ti't"r,,i'er '"'ornu'tion Rnd Tickets, apply at tha
3L.,'1fe"Tvn'lr,1';e,i8,; torner Kron' "ud'BrosdT
JhifiSPfp?'? S!""-"1! near Olbaon Housei at
the how Ticket tllhce, on the West side cf Vine-striot,
hetweon Postolllco nnil Hornet House; at the WalnuJ
Street ilouao, or at the Sixth-street Depot.
11. il':ljABKN, SliDerintenAe.l
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
three airaouGn express tins.
First Ttnln-No.1 Express, at 6 A. ennneMi.
Columhus and Clevelaud, via ttolnrai.,,;; 'brMtilne and
Pittsburgh, via Columbus, StoitlieuvlHo and Pitt,
buigh .IiotroltvlaClevolandau.l'S
stopa, between Cincinnati Khd Onlunihns it t,
land, Deorliold, Morrow. Xohla, Saryllle Konth
Charleston, Lo,h, ami Wwt JefcsSS. ', BUtl
BecondTinln No. J Bjrjroii, nt :.TO A. M., connects
via Oohimh.i., Bollalr nnd Bcnwood; Wlieellng" Vi!
ColumbuB.Htoubeiivilloand Pittsburg! vlaColuinhua.
K1rf,?,e.1.Vit,t!!1,'nr': !ttt VotoulU alld Cleve-
t j f, .1 ' i o1 Tlnud and atoamor; White 8nl. '
r.. (Vi. i"L IV; "I'i'l'.gi'eiu. inis Train stops be
tween Cluclunati and Uolnmhus, at PlainTdlle,Hll.
ford.Mliiniivlllo.Lovolund. Deerllold, Morrow, Cor-
ipV T Tn." '"'"" uonuon.
0o'huIa138pnX.'dO.'HtlO,, " U0P- M- for
nI?f,hr3:r:!i1inh'F,'tt":WP
Oleve and. -This train stops at Lovolnnd. Morrow,
Tm rV!? aud ion,l0l- . LUKPllItt 0AK8 OiJ
of wra Kx,,rel"' lhrou8u to Clovoland withostchanjre
of No'Expras,thYuufih to WUeollnffwltliont change
The tolOHT FX PRESS Tntln loaTlnc Cincinnati
other Trains run daily, oxcont SUNDAYS.
"L Nioriuniion, ann inrouen TicKats to Bos.
J"i"r" fura, riuiaaoipiiia, iiuitmiore, washing,
ton, UulTalo. Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland.
- '"f.t ouu x,siern places.
apply at the OIHcos, Walnut Street House, No. 1 Bur-
uviing, Duuui.uioii coruor 01 uroauway and front:
atreots, nnd at tho Eastern Hopot.
Trains run by Columbus tlmo, which la ssven mlsk
nteslantor than Cincinnati time.
. , J. DUBAND, 8nH.
OmillhnRna null fi,rniia,.inB.a l. lu..l
at tho Ticket Olllcea. ivl7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
53
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE NORTHWEST,
VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
ltu! CiiwinOi
Three PassonBerTraiuaejavi'':irinn,iMaii. .
thefootof Millnnd Ifiontstrnet. "a.
5;M.A-.?I,7.f 'lt00 'i1' "Mves atlndiannpolls al
10:311 A. M.! hi';o at 7:JS r.m. This trWu co"
nectawlinall night traihsontof Chicago, lor tlx
Weat and North-wost.
12:0(1 M.'-Terro Haute nnd Luyfayetto Acconimoda
tlou arrives at Indlauapolla, ut h:i P.M., making
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terre Haute
Trains and Indlaiiannlis and batayelte traltiB for
Decatur, Springhold, pIos, tjnlnry, Hannlbaland
at. .loa(iphj aUowith Peru trains for Peru, Ft. Wayne
andTl'lndo, , . . ,
' ',) .M.-Chicago Enpreas arrives at Indlanapoll( ,
at lll:l P. M.i Chioago at 7:40 A. M. Making clau
connection at Chicago with all morning trains on I
of Chicago. This train connects at fmlianapolij
with Terre Haute trains for all roints West and
Northwest.
Sleeping cars are attached tc all the night trains
on this line, and run thiough to Chicago without
obango of cars.
This is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with fuvnrable and reliable arrangements
with all oonnoctlg roads thioughont the entire
Weit, giiarauleas unusual care and Ihe amplest o
cominoiliitii.ua to the patrons ol this line.
W Be sure you are In the right ticket office befcsV
yon purchaHe your tickets, and ask for tickets vi.
Lawrencehurg and Indianapolis. . . ii
Fare the same as by any other roote. BaggaM i
chocked Ihroneh. v . . .
TilllOUan TICKETS, good until used, can be ob
tained at the ticket ofllcos, at Bpencer House Corner,
north-east corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur-,
net House Corner; at the Walnut-street House, and
at Depot office, foot of Will, on Front itreet, wuera i
all necessary Information may bo had,
OmnlbuBso run to and from oh train, and w'
call for passengers at all hotels and all part of tha
city, h) leaving address at either office. 1 ,
W. II. L. NOBlal,
. MlO General Ticket Age!.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
Roe for
TDBKK HAIJTB, ,
ST. 10UI8, . , . ' -
OHH'Afld,
L0UAN8P0BT, c,;,
i yjtttD,
FORT WAYNat
TWO DAILYTHItOUaif TKAIN8 leaveSixtu.treil
Depfit, ut 0 A. M. and 1:30 P. M. ,
A. M.-INDIANAP0IJ8,8'1. LOUIS A CHICA.
GO FAST KXPnKSH.-Tliroughdireot.iuaklngcleBe
connootions for all other Wostornand Rorth-western
points. This Train also oounooUatBlohmond with 1
Cincinnati and Chicago BoaiU, for Anderson, Hoko.
gOj( Logansport, aucf all polnU on Wabaah Valley
;4: P. M.-INDIANVPoilSf, (IHIOAOO A BT; '"
LOUIS NIOHT KXPKE8S;-The above Trains make
cloBeoonneotlons at lnillannjwliB,liafeyotteandCal..
oago., with Trains for Tenre llanla, Springfield, Keek
Island, Oalesbiirg Kenosha, LalVonse, Jacksonville.
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Matt.Kin, Naples,
Galena, (luincy, Prairie dn- Chien, Fana. Peoria,
punlolth, Jtaoine, Deoalur, Bloorr.lngton, Joliot, La
8alle,Bt. Panl.and all towns and cities io the Nortb
weat.
. J"Through Tioket given and Baggags checked
through, i .
Forlnrther Information and Throngh rickets, a. 'I
Sly to Ticket Offlces, novth-east corner of Front and -roadway;
No. 1B9 Walnnt atreet, near Fourth; at
south-east comer or Fourth and Vina street, or at
the Sixth-street Depot.
D. M. MORROW, Siirerlntendert ;i
Omnibus. will call for pasaenm-i c leavigv .i, ' ;
nsme at either of thellcketoni,. e-'uetr
" W H ""'I'll.
OAND Y I O A N D YT
H. W. 01jZLDEl.I5; ''
. (8uooesor to Mtms Go,)
Manufacturers and Wtioleiale Deaien
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
." ..,!;.(,,,,.
40 MAIN 8THEET, CINCINNATI ,
.ay".
JQHHkBOXEIt;
(BPOOIUOa TO PBTII IHITB,)
At 86 West Fifth st.,- ''
Haa eottatnntly on hantl it t.i'rse Vnrlety f
FANCf GOODS, TOYS, CHINA,
FANCY BASKET 3,
Fishing Tackle, Military Good, etc,
WH0LE8ALI AMD BKTAIL. ,,
... AT VERY IPW PRICES.

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