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THEPEESS.
OmCI, M WIST POUBIH-STHMT.
SATURDAY..
-SEPTEMBER 17
THE GIRLS.
Godblosi the girls,
Whose golden curls
Bund with our evening dreams;
They hannt our lives
Like spirit wlros,
Or-as naiads burnt the streams.
Ther soothe our pains,
They All our brains
With dreams of sunnier hoars.
. Ood bleu the girls, . .
Uod bleu tbelr curls,
Ood blew our human flowers, ,
CARRIE.
I bare little cousin,
. She's scarcely Ave years old,
Her eyei as blue as boavea, .
Aud bor locks are shining (old:
Her brows a lily petal.
And nor cheeks a damask rose;
She's a winsome little ronin
And mis sue aijiust knows.
. Her glad, blue eyes are beaming
Like tbe sunshine on the ear tin
.Ami she laughs aay the shadows
With beruflorvescing mirth:
She dances like a fairy, .
With footsteps light and free,
As bright u auy inoei.
Ibis Carrie is to rue.
Why Women Cannot be Great.
I have been considering the question
an interesting one, of course, to my mind
and 1 have fathomed the difficulty. It is
not from a want of talent or power so
much as from personal vanity. There
are very few women, and those are by no
means the most agreeable in the world,
who can enter into a pursuit with that
disregard for minor considerations which
characterize the efforts of men. We
cannnt fnrrftfc r,hn.r. vn nvn Al iaa rtr 1ra
Such-a-one, for a solitary moment, and
the' constant consideration of this im
portant fact throws cold water upon every
effort which we make. :. .
An actress, no matter how gifted she
may be, enters with earnestness only into
those characters which display her
charms to the best advantage. .She
can never enact a disagreeable, or ill
favored, or even an old character pro
perly. She will learn the words by rote,
bat will she get herself up to be a bona
fide old woman, a fright, or a dowdy? Not
she, for any living manager! Sheisapretty
young woman in a white wig, smiling even
whileshescolds,toshowherteeth. Or she is
a beauty, with hair becoming disarranged,
and a neglige which brings down rounds
of applause the moL: it she makes her
appearance; but never the old or slatternly
character ol the author's imagination.
Is she an authoress ? She may have
thoughtsand sentiments, butshould she ex
press them, some one might suppose her
a learned old maid or an ugly blue-stocking.
So, in that fear, she confines herself
to simpering common-place descriptions
of her own personal appearance and
recitation of the oompliments which she
has received. As for any occupation
which might roughen her hands, or
oblige her to wear what she believed to
be unbecoming, that is a closed book to
her eyes forever.
And there might be fifty new continents
to be discovered before she would turn
her face for the sake thereof. For myself,
I am sure that the interior of Africa pre
sents few charms, and the north-west
passage will remain undiscovered, by me,
forever. What would become of my
complexion, in the first place, or of my
nose, toes and fingers, in the latter?
Somehow, I don't believe a woman
could become what the world calls "great"
in reality.
Malapropos.
"I declare," said Mrs. Partington, as
Miss Waggles, the daughter of the green
grocer, looked in upon her in the full
feather of extreme fashion ; "you look as
if you had just come out of the upper
drawer, and smell as sweet as the balm
of Qilead. " Miss Waggles smiled,
smoothed downher stiff silk justbought
nnd tossed her had daintily, on the lack
of which hung the new bonnet that she
had come in on purpose to show. "Does
that calico wash, dear ?" asked the old
lady, without taking her spectacles from
her forehead. She did not see the blush
that suffused the Waggles as the green
grocer's daughter informed her that it
was silt "Dear me," she exclaimed,
taking hold of it, "so it is how well you
have kept it I It looks as good as new.
If some girls had worn it, it would have
all been in rags before now. How long
is it, dear, since it was dyed and turned?
"It is now," said Miss Waggles, suppress
ing a hoop, and extending a spiteful feel
ing at the same timo, "Is it, indeed?"
responded the dnmo. "Well, my vision
ary organs do deceive me so, that I believe
that I am growing near-sighted ; but are
you going to have a new bonnet to match?"
This was putting the agony on too thick ;
it was the grain that broke the back of
the cameL Miss Waggles remembered
tliat she had a sudden engagement, and
roso to go, and a strange smile played
around the couth of Mrs. Partington as
her visitor sailed out of the door like a
line-of-battle ship. Ike watched her, and
thought what fun it would be to see her
go up.
Be Generous.
Oh, it seems to me, my kind frionds, if
coia, calculating selhshness only knew
one half the delight that springs from
generosity we should have fewer ungen
erous and sordid people in the world. For
pur part, we wish everybody could do
just one gonerous and noble act in their
lives in order to know how good it seems.
Ah, greater, far greater, is the joy of giv
ing than receiving.
And do you suppose, oh, close-fisted
misanthrope, that ail your riches were
intended for yourself? If you do we aro
son-y for you, and should advise you to
step into a substantial insurance officu
and immediately secure a policy before
you start on your upward journey.
'Every one for himself, is your motto,
eh ? Oh 1 all right ; we wish you success
in your one-eyed idea, and hope you'll be
able to render it available when you got
into the clutches of the devil. As the
old woman said of Universalism, "It may
be a good enough doctrine to live by. but
a mighty poor one to die by."
Oh, my friends, don't let your avarice
choke up the avenues of your charity, and
never miss an opportunity to be generous.
IsWhen bent on matrimony, look
iiiuid uisui B&ia ueep ior oeauty; dive
further than tba nockat fni wnrtii ..j
i - vh , nuv
search for temper beyond the good humor
vi mi juuuiDui reuiBOiUHnDl; IE is not
Ik. II. - .
wnrajre wo uiusb ugruuuuie partner at a
ball who forms thn mnat nmSnhla nn4n
for life. Virtue, like some flowers, blooms
uiiea iwreec in uie snaae.
1
Remedies for Every-day Maladies.
For a Fit op Passion. Walk out into
the open air ; you may speak your mind
to the winds without hurting any one or
proclaiming yourself a simpleton.
For a Fir of Idleness. Count the
ticking of a clock; do this for one hour,
and you will be glad to pull off your coat
the next hour and work like a negro.
For a Fit ok Extravagance and
Folly. Go to the workhouse and speak
with the inmates of a jail, and you will be
convinced
Who makes his bed of briar and thorn.
Must be loulout lu lie forlorn.
For a Fit op Audition. Go into the
church-yard and read the gravestones;
they will tell you the eni of ambition.
The grave will soon be your bod-chamber,
the earth your pillow , corruption your
father, and the worm your mother and
sister, .
For a Fit of Despondency. Look on
the good things which God has given you
in the world, and to those whioh lie has
promised to II is followers in the next
He who goes into his garden to look for
cobwebs and spiders, no doubt will find
them; while he who looks for a flower
may return to his house with one bloom
ing in his bosom.
For all Fits op Doubt, Perplexity
and Fear. Whether they respect the
body or the mind whether they are
a load to the shoulders, the head or the
heart the following is a radical cure,
which may be relied on, for I had it from
the Great Physician "Cast thy burden
on the Lord, and lie will sustain you."
For a Fit op Repining. Look about
for the halt and the blind, and visit, thn
bed-riddon, and tbo afilicted and deranged;
and thov -will make vou ashamed nf mm.
plaining of your lighter afflictions.
ISy"IIallo, Sharp," suid Pop, meeting
him the other day in the street, 'you
hobble, my boy; what's the matter with
you?"
"Oh, I had my feet crushed, through
the carelessness of a conductor, the other
day, between railroad cars that's all."
"And don't you mean to huo for dam
ages?" "Damages? no; I have damages enough
already. Hadn't I better sue for repairs."
A Hint to Bores. These pests should
be reminded that it is with the firn nf con
versation as with any other fire little
bucks Kinaie it, great sucks put it out.
TEOS. W. PAREIN & CO.,
WHOLESALE and retail
LUMBER DEALERS.
YARD OIT 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, 4 lion's.
Clear, 3 in. Plank, per 31 feet $112 m $120 00
" " vs(i
' Vi " " 87 m 50(10
1M " , " via mm
" 1 in, Board, " 37 ro 40 (10
' H " 2rt ihi at mi
1st Com., 3 In. Plank, " M m hj mi
a " 67 01) 61) 00
' H " " 42 hi 'Aim
V,i '" " l'(K) 37 w
1 1 in. Board, " 23 74 2.' 00
1 ' " 211 no 21 mi
3d Com,, 2 ii M m M (lu
" " 24 W) 26 2ft
' 1 " " 16(H) 17 SO
1 W 11 U (Ml If. Ml
GrabPl'k,2 " 22 80 25 GO
3d Com., 1 " 11511 12 50
w nue-pino Fencing jj as, " 12( 0 13 00
Hemlock " " ' 10 00 12 SO
" JoljtiScantrg.lCft. wkIIubs 11 90 12 50
" " " 16ttnd20ft.. 14 m 15 00
Poplar 'J " ... 14 m 15 (Hi
Pine " ... 16 SO 17 fin
0k ' ' ... is 00 17 00
Ut Com. White-pine Flooring Boards, 3"( 37 SO
2d Com. ' " 23 7S 25 110
3d Com. " " " is 75 211 00
Tellow-plne Flooring Boards, IS 09 30 Ofl
" clear for steps 37 40 40 On
1st Com. Vhite-plne Weather Hoards, 111 Oil 17 SO
2d Com. " " " 12 01) 15 (10
1st Com. Partition Boards 37 Si) 40 00
2d Com. " 2S 00 27 00
Kor Dressed Lumber, 50 fur one
Bide, and .') for two sides extra will
be charged.
No. 1 Sliuved Shingles 4 25 4 SO
Ko. 1 8iwed " 4 00 4 25
Inferior (junllties in proportion.
Cedar Fencing Posts, 4 by 4 In. each... M M
T" "I " Bough 30 3.1
Locust ' ' " 2u 25
On bills of $500 or over a further reduction of 24 per
cent .is made.
At these prices we have two or three million feet of
good t-'oHsoned Lumber for saK
Parties wishing to purchase Lumber will do well to
give us a call. TUOMAS W. FAhBIN & CO.
Ian2.tfl
INT. HADDIX,
MERCHANT TAILOR, 260 WAE
, , NliT-STKEBT, above Sixth, is receiving a
fresh stock of Cloths, Cassimeres. Vesting and
Gents' Furnishing Goods. He has engaged tho serv
ices of an experienced and arti.tic Cuttr, whose
works will beartestsmony tohisskill, Ail garments
wairaiumi to sniisiaciiou. sepTam
MRS. J . A . 6 R T H .
LADIES' AND GENTS
FURNISHING- STORE,
No. '216 Fifih-strect,
Between Elm and Plum, . . CINCINNATI.
Combs, HujrOIl, Perfumery, Fancy Soaps and No.
tlon.nl all kind.
N. B. Hhlrts, and all kinds of Furnishing Goods,
made to order. aii24-nin
i)K. SAIU'L SlLSKEir"
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OP
THK SKIN, R1IKUMATISU, DISEASES OF
WOMKN, and such Chronic complaints as may be
benofttteclbytheHjgyenlc and Atmopatuic system
ofhisolSce.
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenic, Mercury, Tur
klsh, Bussian aud Eloctro-Chemlcal Baths, a Dii
penaary of Medicine, and everv munnnr nf ritu
and magnetic Apparatus.
NO. 67 WEST SIXTH-STREET.
sHTOIBcermurs 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. anlo-tft
piIE WINES, BRANDIES, &C.-J0HN
ir-AiTE? bV H" J,an4,ftn ""iniive stock or line
Sherry, Port, Maderia, Claret, Ohamragnu and Ca
uwi ' 4 Y,',ues- .Al"J' nn,a, Bndio. Taniaica Rum,
Holland Olu and other Lienors, which he warrants
Ann and of tile best unality. For aide, National Tha.
ter llulld ing. Sycamore-street. 8t.pi2
Ghas Fixtures,
AT ItEDUCED PRICES.
WE nAVE 0N HAND THE LARGEST
r . T?rl!',, 4,n1 '",8t "c'tod assortment of Oat
Fixtures iu Cincinnati, cons sting of all that Is new
or desirable In the Gas Fixture Him.
We warrant every f ixture we sell to be canal, both
in material and finish, to any that is sold In this o
any other markat, and in addition will aruaranf i
them to retain their color and remain perfect fo five
yoars fro m the ti me they are put up by us.
Call, too, aud examine mir stock,
... ' 1 . ,J'H.BNBY CARSON.
1721 -cm 162 Main stroetjear Fourth.
JOHN H. DETERST"
FASHIONABLE .'
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER,
No. 93 West Fourth-street,
TISHE8 TO CALL THE ESPECIAL
r 1, , a,fnt1"1. o! gentlemen to his larire stock of
fall work, which is now open fnr Inspection JuHt
received some new styles English, Over-Baiters' Call
and see ihem. sen?
NOTICE.
GENTLEMEN WHO COULD NOT
obtain our now styleof Hat on Satnrday are informed
that we Hays increased our facilities for manufacture
ing, and aboil have a constant supply of this elegant
Dress Hat always on band-the " Ne Pint Ultra " of
the season.
J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
FASHIONABLE RATTERS.
No. 149 Mail
iipstreet.
ONI DOOB B1LOW FOUETH,
. ls.pl 3-aw
Pure, Still & Sparkling Wines,
JANESESilELBr.
TTasl rniriAisr) Mai WT rt nVI T lii. -
SEWING MACHINES.
YOUNa'S
Improved Two-Threaded Lock-Stitch
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
$35, $30 arid $35. .
riHE SATISFACTION WHICn THE
-S- machines has given to those who havs been
nsiiifr them, in all klpds of Family Sewlnff, leads us
to recommend them to the public, with tho fullest
confidence that they will give enlire satlsbotlon
wherever used. Aside from all kinds of sewing, they
IMHBoipKa beautifully. They aro in all respects, as
ri'gird atbeexecution of work, first-clues machines.
They are now on exhibition at the fair. We shall
take pleasure in explaining the working of our ma
chines, and give atiecimens of our work to all who
will favor us with a call at our sale-rooms, corner of
Viaeiind Fifth-streets, over ole A Hopkins's store.
To persons residing out of tho olty, who will in
close 11s a three-cent stamp, with their address, we
will send our circular, with specimens of work.
WILTiiEE BUdTHEKH, AaentN,
P. 0. Box 1,m, Olnclnnatf, ().
M" Agonts wanted throughout Ohio and Ken
tucky, sepl.laui
HEMOVAL.
G,C.KNIFFIN&Co.
-BI.IBS IN
JLADD, WEBSTER & CO.'S
(Late Hunt, Webster A Co.'s,)
SEWING MACHINES,
No. 0 Fourth, street, Cincinnati.
On the 1st of Ocb.ber ve will remove to
No. 80 "Wefft Tourth-street,
GAZETTE BUILDING.
l8Ppl-J
Sloat &CO.
SEWING MACHINES,
Olncinr.ntl, OlUce J'i West Fourth street.
QP THOSE INTENDING TO PURCHASE,
we desire a personal investigation of tho com
parative merits of these Sewing Machines with all
others In the market,
aull FRANK UENiiY, Agent.
KELSEY & CO.'S
SEWING-MACHIiVBS
0fflce30 West Fourth-street,
CINCINNATI.
W'E ASK OF A DISCRIMINATIN9
lulhlic. in nursuit of a nMlahlo Revlinr-ala-
chine, the most rigid comparison of tho merits of
tlinee Machines with nil ot Ihts In the market. Wo
court it, being sure it will result in our favor.
D. VY. HARRINGTON & CO.,
aii30 Agents.
8INGER'S SEWING MACHINES.
Prices I! educed to $SO, 75, VllOani 125.
Singer's New Family Sewing Machine,
The price of which is only J.V), is a light and eleRant
1; decorated Machine, capabloof performing, in tho
lest style, all the Bowing of a private family.
Singer's Transverse Shuttle Mncliine,
To be sold at 879, is a Machine entirely new in its ar
rangement', it is very beautiful, moves rapidly nnd
very easily, and, for family use and light manufac
turing nusnoses. Is tho verv lst and rhennant Us.
chine ever offered to the public.
Singer's No. 1 8tnnrlnrd Shuttle Machine,
Formerlv sold at 313ft. lint now reduced td ftnn. fa
known all over the world. Every sort of work can
be dono with it.
Singer's No. 3 Standard Shuttle Machine,
This Is the favorite manufacturing Machine every
where f rice, with table complete, $125.
KsTSend for a Circular.
JAMES SKARDOX,
Agent for J. M. Singer ft Co.
No. SEiiMt Fourth street,
lell-t OINCINKATI, OHIO.
LESTER'S SEWING MACHINES.
I WOULD RESPECT FULLY ltftORM
the sewing public that I am the sole authorised
Agent for the sale of the
TESTER'S IMPROVED SHUTTLE
SEWING MACHINE S;
And being woll acquainted wttutts merits, and famil
iar with its operation. I feel wjurldent, that those in
want of such an article, will rIvu it preferenco over
all others now heforo the public.
I deem it unnecessary to uuuiorBte. all its advan
tages, as thOBe who may wish to purchase will proba
bly prefer to SHtufjr themselves by personal Inspec
tion, which they amy do hv calling at
No. i Went Fourth ntreet.
Bfo-Porsons purchasing Lester's Sowing Machine
will receive practical inst ructions upon themfreeof
charg". All machines wa minted.
WILLIAM LAPHA3I, Agont.
Ko. 92 Went Fourth street, directly
Jyje-tf-f Opposite Tost Office.
EYENS
MANl'FAtJTURIN Ct
SEWING MACHINE.
I believe I make t) ie best iock-i titch Se "Ing Ma
ehines, in the world. If the nnrr.h np.l.u..n.tt think
o after six months trial, I will refund yn the
SOO 3lKTI llO,
Price of Mal lines.
Omen AND SALE nOOMR-W rctly on the
Northwest coruer Main and FourtU stroota, over
Owen's Jowolry ostablishmont.
BJff-All kinds of Sewing-Macliln'i" repaired, and
light mac.lnnery manufactured, at tin i t'actorj , lo?
V iilniit-streut, corner Wain lit and I flltl i.
i . w S";" vv'"?d in ulhor citir stu sell mv Sew-hiK-Srachines.
Address, P. EVA.S, Jr., Cinriii
nan, u. ttuaj
Two Threaded Donble Lock:. Tla.Ht StlCeh
S20
FAMILY SEWING fflClilil.
ALSO THE'V ERivjON
n aclii.,.s,uaketh. snme .titch, i ,ZyZ ?w'..,'l as
higher prlcnl ones, (in ihnsi n " w'. ,n
only Hoinnier that will t'irn T Z 1 ' ? ""PP'yt ,
prompt atientlon. "8 " 'tamp, will receive
0MrAdTeraa,n he-M nd townsin
o. a. . jKNKs, Aont,
Or call at Dean Swift's Walul .. ? B',"c 'J1.10'
1.17 Slain strut w -v. 1 ""d Jewo ry Store,
Ohio ,M ,"r ab0'w'' Fourth, Olticinnati;
' irlS-amt
FRONT - Sr&EEi ' FACTORY
LUMBER LEPOT,
No. 107 East IjTont Str t . vik. and Butlor-.fi,
HAJHa PrTfEK WTHE PEEMI8ES
m ri i!!?! I.m' rov, klnd of nmchlnery, I
Holl,?7slimT",;''' ,, rt nticB- kinds of
HmIi Blind. V 'rpent. .r and Joiner's work.
dwr'lMiom ' hL..?,' 'ramss nnd Moldings, of all
" ShinS Hirt?;'7'"t wr, Weather-board-
oS hand Virile ?,;, flooring, , to., kept constantly
nlBBBiwi .in I 1 ttnton l Mld top suing, rip-
"ubm Proprietor.
MISCELLANEOUS.
WESTERN
CCSSSRdlL COLLEGE
; 1 wuj. - 'i--
CHAJfGE ITS LOCATION . ;
NIXON'S NEW BUILDING,
OPPOSITE THE P03TOFFICE,
ON '
Monday, the 12th, inst.
SPECIMENS OK
Penmanship of the Institution,
1UY BS 8EKN AT TUI
MECHANICS' FAIR.
sup2-ay
THE OLD DOMINION
COFFEE
AND
TEA POT.
A. R Til IT It'S
SELF -SEALING
FRUIT CANS
AND
J AHS,
Tbo tost now In use and all prepared for Sealing.
PKA TT'S
PATENT
Self-Ventilating
MILK- PAN
The greatest invention yet. Kvery bouso-k'iepor
should uaveone.
ARTIirjK, EUIiNITAM A OILROT,
Mnnnfacturers of Patott Articles.
srTrade Depot for the West,
2-4 last Pearl street, Cincinnati.
JOSEPH It. (JREKN, Agent.
HW jend for a trade Circular. aul
Wi B. DODOS,
formerly of Ball.Dodds A Co.; late Urtitin,Dodds ft Co.
W. II. Dodds & Co.,
ANtrrActvBEiM or Tin
Fire and Burglar Prool
i AFES!
8. W. Corner of Vine Ac Second streets.
This Is tho most reliable FIRE ANT) HUROLA
PlWldF SAFE that Ie made in the United States. and
is warranted perfectly free from damp. Oau be sold
at lower prices, and Ib of better workmanship than
can be found elsewhere.
We have a larsie ansortnient on hand, and are de
termined to sell at prices that cannot full to please.
Old Sales
Taken In exchange. SECOND-HAND SAIES al
ways on hand at extremely low prices. 97X
ROOFING.
SaltonstaH's Fire and Water Proof,
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC
COATING FOR ROOFS.
raiHE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
Jft- Coating for Metal Hoofs, or any Iron Work ex
posed in upo. Warranted to withstand the ,ioverest
feists of Kent, Cold, ltain, or Sulphuric Acid, and re
main ponectiy impervious to water, it win not
melt, crack, wash or scale off. For now, old, leaky
metal roofs, or for canvas roofs, It Is M) por cent,
cheaper than any other coating. All ordors accom
panied with the cosh or satisfactory references, will
Be pr mptky rilled, in any unnuld territory Honthand
Wnsf f New York and Pennsylvania. For further
info'- "ition, apply to
, r. wis tju.,
"do Proprletnrsand Manufacturers,
" eat Becond street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
I&oofing! uooncTi
THE " OUTCALT ELASTIC ME
TAIitlC HOOFING" is offered to the public
as the host and cheapest Metal jtoof now used, its
merits tested by an experience of years in this city
and vicinity. Applied to Nut or strep, old or new
buildings. No solder nsad fosteued securely with
out expoBure to the action ol' the elements.
Prepared slu-ots, boKei! for shirxaent to any part of
the United States, can be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Dnlers promptly filled.
CALDWELL & CO,
jylA-tf 132 West Second streot.
Men'oll's Blackberry Anodyne.
rglHIS MEDICINE IS OFFERED TO TIIE
JL jiulitlc us one of the best, if not the voir best nicd
Icinethat hiw ever been invented fr Duniilir.A, Ilva
KNWRV, CiuiLr.RA Invantvii, nnd all other derange
mcnts of the Stoinnch anil Iligestivo (Irgans, which
a'O so r.io nil.'int nnd fatal In our countrv corrects
tn dr rati red cutiilitli'ii of the l.ivor: ullins Nervous
I . A h, such us is caused by Teething, gives
t-i Line .leal thy action to the towels.auj withal, is
pi aw.ni lo tlike. uia-bnit
Money! Money! irloney!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
ILrmorcd from 5(1 Went Blxlli-strcot.
MONEY L0ANED0T WATCHES, JEW
ELRY and all kinds nf Mnrchandlsn. at low
rates of interest, ut ifti. 173 Vlne-strcut, between
Fourth and Filth. 244
GLASGOW AND NEW YOHK
iSTEAMSHIPCOMPADIY.
BTSAlU TO OLASGO , .XIVKBPOOL, BKLlf AST,
DUBLIN ANH LONDONDBBH?
OBJWl.
raot hew iroRK.
lilnnirow, Tlioniion, Wednesday, Aug. 31. at 12 noon
Kliiiliir4ShCiimmiiig,.Wcdnnsday,.lnnel, "
(iliiMttnw, Thomson " Julys, "
iliulurli, dimming.. . " July 27, "
raoM oiiAsoow.
Fdlnburgli. Jnmmlng...Saturday, May 7. ' '
GIimuow, Thomson. ..Wednesday, July 27.
Ciliuburich, Cumming... " Julys..
Kates of Passage from New York , l'hl ladel phla or
Boston, to Glasgow. Llverpnol, Belfast, Dublin or
Londonderry, tlrst clans, ISTS. Steerage, found with
bd abundance of properly-oooked provisions, IjfUO.
An experienced Hurgeon attached to each steamer.
No charge for medicines.
For freight or Passage, apply to
ap27 ROBERT OKA10, 17 Broadway.
MEDICATED STKENQTUEyiNG
PLA8TKH8.-These Plasters are excellent
mm ilos In cases of pain and weakness in the side,
breast or back ; also, in rheumatic alfections, coughs,
asthma, prains, bruises, nnd kidney or apiunl affec
tlons. Tlie Amies. Galhannin, Pitch, Poor Man's
nd Hemlock Plasters, are manufacture of varlons
sizes, on kid or cloth, nnd Pnor Man's on ,iaper, by 8,
A. OBlFHTH.aud supplied to dealers and druggists
iDU good terms as any nianiifocturors in the U.H.(U)
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MvutAuiunttio ur jjah, HHBET.
' nd Boiler Iron. Plow Slabs. BallrnniltlniirA.
Kto Als. Sntf "" 'he sale of lronton Star Nails
Wareroim.' "0- 18 ." Str, Cincinnati;
Ohio.
sTAllklnd.
t Iron mads to order.
105
j, .C, BUTLER'S
Excelsior Fluid Inks.
Mamifartory. Vine St. B4
BUS. B. EHMAN & T. C. LEECH.
IIOMffiOPATIIISTS.
OTFlVaj NO. 46 SEVENTH BTRBIT.
Ofllco hoars from A. M., 1 to 3, and 7 to , P.M.
jy2!-cm
WILI.IAM II. BALD WIN, ATTORNEY
and Counsellor at Law, Chase's Building
Third.itreet.SdoorsKastofMalT 1171
.i .i
INSURANCE.
BY STATE' AUTHORITY.
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
mt Agency esranusneum Cincinnati in 1 MJi an
tedating all present local Insurance Companies and
Ageucies in the Insurance business In this city. Ii,r
years constant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience, enterprise and liberality, especially com
mend the JBTNA Insurance Company to the favora
ble pat ronare of this community standina; solitary
andalono. the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Clnciuuatl underwriters of
Losses pold In Clnclnnntl during; past Five
Venrs, !$13l,34 i7.
CashCapitalSl.000,000.
lAIISDLUTK 8D UNIMPAIRED. WITH A
eUUI'LUS OF $1,03),123 80.
And the prestige of 411 yearssuccesB and experience.
INTRBTMKNT9 OP
Over $100,000 iii Ohio Securities.
IJIMVAIIDS OK 8l'i,000,000, I.OSSK8
Have been paid by tbe jtitna Insurance Company In
the past40 years, ,
First nnd Tnlund Niivimiiiou. Itisks accepted
at terms consistent with solvency and lair proflts.
Ksnecial attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms of 1 to 5 years.
Application made to any duly authorized Agent
Firomptly attended to. By strict attention to a Ifttlt
niate insurance business, this Company is enabled
to oiler both indemnity for the post and soourityfor
the future. Pol h ies issued without delay by
JA.S. 11. CAKTEK, Aitent, No. 40 Main street.
A. F. PATCH, Assistant Agent.
H. K. LIND8KY, Agent 171 Vine street.
J. J. HOOK Kit, Agent, Fulton, 17th Ward.' and
THREE -FOURTHS
or TUB
PROFITS OF THE BUSINESS
DIVIDED ANNUALLY
to
POLICY-HOLDERS.
18 WALL STKEST, NEW TOKK. ,
CASH CAPITAL 8500,000 00
AHMETH, July I, 1S5!) 905.0SI 84
LIABILITIES 16,514 a
TIIE ATTENTION 01? TIIE COMMIT
NITY is respectfully cslled to tho following
features In connection with this Company:
First Hy iiisuriiiK ill this Company, the ndvant
aeesofaMutual Insurance Company are obtained,
with tho additional advantage nllordtd in thesecurlty
given by nn ample and reliable Cash Capital a few
ture not presented by ordinary Mutual Fire I ueurance
Companies, 'flic dividends to customers, already de
clared, are an follows:
First Divlson to Policy-Holders, 18.'i7, 33!i per cent.
Second do. do. . do. 1"IW, 50 "
Third do. do. do. 18MI, 60 "
8EC0Nn-The security given , wh ich is already Inrgo.
will constantly increase with each year of successtul
operations. This is exblbiteil clearly in the follow
ing statement, showing the position of the ' ompaiiy
In each year since the newsyateni was adopted.
July, 1.W), Net Assets of the Company f w.Jffl 43
" l.W, " " " (H'),71 M
' 1858, ' " " 7.'l,'.l8 53
" lM'J, Oross Assets, " 9(l",iil 84
" " Llublllties 16..114 37
Tiimn The Insured Incur no liability whatever,
while obtaining these advantages of superior security
aud cheapness. CEO. T. HOl'li, President,
H. H. Lampoht, Secretary.
Cvai!S l'tct, Assistant Secretary,
SAM'I E. MACK & Co., Agents,
35 West Thlrd-ntreet) Oinelunntl.
rau29-nui
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
Important Improvement!
WELLSMPITENT
FOLDIXC SPRING M1TRESS
WEIGU8 OSLY 65 LBSI MANDFACTOEKD,
W110LK3ALK AND KUTA1L, BY
BEXKETT & (0
j)21-am Svnamoro street, below Fifth.
milP, MOSTHKI IAltl.E FIRE AND
X MIIRHLAU PRODI' b A I'KS.-Thoy have given
mere sntisfactiiiu llinii urn' oilier now in twe.
We oiler a reward of ONK TIIOIISAMI 1)01,.
I.AHS to auy person that can, up to the present
time, shows single iustuiico wliurciu they have failed
to preserve their contents.
With this SA KE wo challengo all competition, rm
belnuthe best Fire Proof, Kurglur Proof, nr Fire
and Jturglar Proof now made: and are wilting to
test with any establishment in the Union, aud the
party falling II rut, to forfeit to the other, the Bum
of Si.'Ksi.
Wo aro prepared to furnish a better Safe, mid at less
cost, tlmu auy other manufacturer in the United
States.
Second-hand Safes nf other makers, also on hand,
Woresiv'ctfully invite the public to call and exam
ine our stuck before purrliusim? elsewhere.
II ALL, CARROLL ft CO.,
anglt-ayl Nob. lr.aiiil l7EastCilumbiastreet.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholio, and
ALL PAI.V8 W THE STOMACH k BOWELS.
. Made by GEO. S. LIGHT,
WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, CINCINNATI.
mil HALE DY JOHN D. PARK, SUI11E, ECK
STINKA CO., and Druggists generally. Ordur left
at Wilmamson & IlAvriGLD, Ho. 41 Walnut street
will bo atteiuled to. aul3-tnovl
I. X. Lt.
MUSTARD.
AFTSR MANY YEARS OP PRACTICAL
experience in tho art of Mustard-making, the
proprietors ollep the above brand of Mustard to the
fiubllc, guaranteeing itastrlotly pure article, manu
actured from the best quality of seed, carefully se
lected with tho deslRii of producing a MnstHrd 8UPE
HKIK IN KLAVOll AND f UliUENCY TO ANY
Ninv IN UHB. We have no hesitation In saying
that all lovers of good Mustard will And the I. X. L.
to be that which they so frequently fall to obtain,
MUSTARD THAT 18 MUSTAHD.
BVOrden promptly tilled.
HARBISON A WILSON,
jtU WO nnd 101 Wnlnu t-mrect.
1 Composition Hoofing.
THE undersigned la propared to put on a
Composition Uoof of the beat Quality at short
notice.
Offlce In J A B. Bruce't Carriage Repository, cor
ner Third and Vine.
War Uooflug material constantly on hand, nnd for
ale. Qy37-3ni) J, M. KOJLE.
1 'yS
,1): PpWwI
life raiii I
'M-mi
RAILROADS.
JUNE 20. 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
L tt-iiliii-i'ilJ IJiiiHrfcBIJ '
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD.
FOUR DAILY TRAINS LEAVE TEE
Sixth-street Depot. " .' ,
Trains run thronsh to Tndlananolls. Lima. San.
dusky and Clevefanu without change of cars. ' -r
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, Horth. J
ern and Ilorth-western cltha.
A. 1U EXflLEHS TRAIN (Columbus time, 11
which is seven minutes taster than ulncinnatl) For ' '
Cleveland and Pittsburg, via Delaware, makes close ' ,
connection at Crestline for Pittsburg, Baltimore,
Philadelphia and New York; and at Cleveland for
Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston and New York. Also, con- J
neots at Dayton with Dayton and Sllchlsan Boad for
Troy, Plu.ua, Sidney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort 1 '
Wayne aud Chicago, reocblng Toledo at3:3, Detroit 1
at rcoo, and Chicago at 7:20 P. M ., (tuincy and Galena .
at 7 A. 11. Also, at Dayton with Greenvllloand Miami J
Boad, for Greenville, Union, Winchester and Men.
cie. Also, connects at Richmond with Indiana Cen
tral Road, for Indiannpolis, Lafeyette, Chicago. Terrs
Haute, 8t. Louis, and all Western cities. Also, at
Richmond with Cincinnati and Chicago Boad, for - -Anderson,
Kokotno and Peru. Also, connects with
Junction Railroad at Hamilton for Oxford. ' .'
A. IU. WAIL TRAIN For Dayton, Spring, t
field and Sandusky Connects at Snudusky with
STEAMER for DETROIT: at URUANAforCOLUM
BU8; at Forest with Pittsburg, t'ortWayneaiiddil- ,
cajtoRoad, Ea.t and West; at Clyde with O.and To. i
ledo Rood for Cleveland and Buffalo, Holcdo, Detroit
and Chicago. This train also connects at DELA
WARE with the C, 0. & C. Road for Cleveland and - i
Eiluta East; alsoconnects at Hamilton with Junction
nilroad for Oxford.
4i30 P. M. TRAIN ?or Dayton, Bprlngflelrl
and BnndiiHky Connects at Eorest with Pittsburg... ...
JTort Wayne and Chicago Road, East and West; at .'
Clyde with C. and Toledo Road for Cleveland ang Buf- l'
falo, Toledo, Detroit and Chicago. Also, connects at
Richmond for Indianapolis, Terre Hsute, St. Louis
and Chicago. Also, connects with Junction Railroad ,'
at Hamilton for Oxford,
V. M. TRAIN For Dayton, Troy, l'lqna, Sid.
ney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Way m aud Cul
cuiro, reaching Chicago at 8 A. II.
pgr The 5 and 8 A.M. trains connect at Cleveland
with steamers for Buffalo. . V' '
For further information "and Tickets, apply at tha .
Ticket ofllces-north-east coruer Front and Broad-,
way; No. 169 Walnut-street, near Gibson Honse; at ,
the new Ticket Oflloe, ot the west side cf Vlne-streel,
between PoatoAlce nnd Burnet House; at the Walnu'
Streot llouso, or at tho Sixth-street Depot.
sulS LWcLABEN, Superintendent. '
.i
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
mmmmmnmm
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Tiain No. 1 Express.ate A.M., connects via
Columella and Cleveland, via Columbus, Crestline and
Pittsburgh, via Columbus, Bteubenville and Pitta.
burgb, DetroitvlaUlerolaudaiid steamer. This Train
stops, between Cincinnati and Columbus, at Love
land, Deertinld, Morrow, Xeuia, Cedarvllle, South
Charleston, London and West Jefferson.
Second Train No. 2 Exnress. at 8:30 A. M.-onnnRrta
via Columbus, liellnlr nnd Benwood; Wheeling; via
Columbus, Stculienvillcav.d Pittsburg; via Columbus,
uresmne anu l iiieourg: via imnuuuu sua C1vk
land; Detroit, v ja Cleveland nud steamer: White Sul.
phur Station, via 8prin;flehi. This Train stops be
tween Clrioinnatl aud Celuuilint, at Plalnvllle, Mil
ford, Miaiuivillo, Lovulaiid. Deerfield, Morrow, Cor.
win, i7xihm 1N11U7, Avumnuu uouuuu.
Third Train Accommodation, at 1:40 P. M., fot
Columbus nnd Springfield.
Fourth Tralu Night Express.nt 11:30 P. M.j con
nectsviaColnmbus.Ilol lair and Benwood; Wheeling;
via Columbus, Steubenvlllo and Pittsbnrg; via Ct.
lumbus, Crestline and Pittsburg: vln Columbus and
Cleveland. This train stops at Lovolnnd, Morrow,
Oorwln, Xenlaand London. SLKKl'INf CARS CM
THIS TRAIN.
No. 1 Expreu, through to Cleveland without Changs
of cars.
No. 2 Express, through to Wheeling without chauge
of cars.
The NIOHT EXPRESS Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:30 P. M runs dally, except 8ATURDAYB, Ths
other Trains run daily, except SUNDAYS,
For all information, and Through Tickets to Boa.
ton, Now York, Philadelphia, Raltlniore, Washing,
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Calls, Dnukirk, Cleveland. '
PltUbura, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
apply at the Offices, Walnut Street House, No. Bur
net House, south-east cornorol Broadway aud Front
streets, and at the Eastern lepot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which il seven ruin
ates faster than Cincinnati time.
J. DTJRAND, Sus't,
Omnibuses call for passengers by leaving direction
at the Ticket Offices, . my 17 '
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE NORTHWEST,
AND THE NORTHWEST, VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Only One Change of Van between Cincinnati
and Chicago.
Three PassongerTralnsloaveCinclnnatldally, from
thofootof Mill nnd Front streets. '
8:50 k. M. Chicago Mail arrives atlndiarLOBollsat
10:30 A. M.j Chicago at 7:25 P.M. This tfflln con.
nectswlth all night trains oat of Chicago, for the
West and North-west.
12:00 M. Terre Haute aud Layfayette Accommoda
tion arrives at Indianapolis, nt 5:tio P.M., making
direct connections at Indlunapolis with Terre Haute
1'raine and Indianapolis aud Latayette trains for
Docatur, oprlngtlcld, Nuplea, (Jiiincy, Hannibal and
St. Joseph ; alsowith Pern trains for Peru, Ft. Wayne
and Toledo,
8:00 P.M. Chicago Express arrives at Indianapolis
at 10:30 P. M.; Chicago at 7:40 A.M. Making clese
connections at Chiougowith all morning trains out
of Chicago. This train connects at Indianapolis
with Terre Haute trains for all rointi West and
Northwest.
Sleeping cars are attached tc all the nk'nt trains
on ti ls lino, and run thiough to Chicago without
chauge of cars.
This Is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with favorable aud reliable arrangement
with all connecting roads thioughont tli entire
West, guarantees unusual care and t he amplest M
com modntions to the patrons ol this line,
' aM Be sure you are in the right ticket office liefer
you purchase your tickets, and ask for tickets via
Lnwrenccburg aud Indianapolis.
Fare the same as by any other route. Baggsga
checked throuuh.
THROUGH TICKETS, good until used, can be oh
taiued at the ticket offices, at Spt ncer House Corner,
north-east corner Broadway and Fmut; No. 1 Bur
net House Corner; at the Walnal-atroet House, and
at Depot oOlce, foot of Mill, on Front street, where
all necessary information may be had.
Omnlbussos run to and from jach train, and
call fot passengers at all hotels and all parti of tht
city, b leaving address at either ofllce.
W. H. L. NOBLE,
mylO General Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
Great Through. Route for
INDIANAPOLIS, V UX
TEBRK HAUTE,
ST. LOUIH,
LAFAYETTE.
CfllCAQO,
LOOANSPOBT,
PERU,
FORT W A Y V
TWO DAI LY THROUGUTB A1NS leave Sixth street
Depot, at A.Kn and 4:30 P.M.
A. M.-INlirANAPOLIS, 81. LOUIS AOHIOA.
00 FAST EX'RE8S.-Throiighdirect,niakingclosa
connootionsforallothor Westerunnd North-western
points. This Train also connects at Richmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Koko.
mo. Logausport, and al 1 points on Wabash Valley
Railroad.
4:311 P. M.-INIUANAP0LI8, CHICAGO Jt BT. :
LOUIS NIGHT EXPRK.S8.-Tho above Trains make
close connections ai Indianapolis, Lafaynttoand Chi
cago, with Trains for Terro Haute, SpriugHeld, Uock
Island, Oalcshnrg, Kenosha, Let Vosae, Jacksonville.
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, MatUion, Naples. .
Galena. Qulucy. Prairie da Chien, Pans, Peor2 i
Diuilclth, Racine, Deoalqr, Bloorelngtoii, Jo)le, 2'
BaUe.St. rul, and all towns and cities In tht fiorth
Through Ticketa given and Baggage eheckoi
through. ...
For further Information and Thronjk Tickets, a,
ply to Ticket Offlccs, noi th-east corner ol rront and
Broadway; No. 16v Walnut street, near Fourth! at
south-east corner of Fourth ad Vine street, or at
the Sixth-street Depot,
n .u "!; MOMOW, ..r.pj.,. ntendn,.
Omnibnses will call forpassena ,. U. vlui tliolr
names at either of the Ticket Od ' '
'M W. H.- . li; Agent.
OAND Y ! OANDY
EC. J. OJjAHII,
.' i. ( . ' . ; , : i v
(Successor to Mtih A Co,)
Manufacturer! an4 Wholeiale Dealon
-IS-
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIW STREET,1 ClNCINATI
- myiT
JOHN BONER,
(DCCISSOaTO PITH SUITS,) .
At 36 West Fifth st.;' 1
Una constantly on hnnd tnrgeVarlety of
FANCY GOODS, TOTS. CHINA,
(FANCY1 BASKETS,
Piahing Tackle, Military Goods, eto.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
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