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THE PRESS.
orrici, 14 vm rouRTH-miM.
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 90
THE PERPLEXED HOUSEKEEPER.
I with had t down pain j
Of hands, this wr minute; I.
I'd won put all these things to rights
The rery deuce is la II.
Here's a blf washing to ba done, J
Onepalr of bauds Co d it,
Bhests, shirts and stockings, coats and pants;
How will I e'er got through It?
lllnoer to gt for tlx or mors,
No loaf left o'er from Sunday,
And baby crow as ha can II v-
fla always la ou Mondsy.
And thsre's the eras Til, 'til getting sour,
And must forthwith bechurnli,g,
A ad here's Bob, wants a button ou
Which war 'ball I be turning?
Tla tlma tho mat waa In th rot,
Tha bread wan wot kod fur baklug,
The clothes were taken from t he bull
Oh dear! tbe baby's waking! -
Hush, babjr, deart there; kuth-sh-thl
I wish he'd fleet) a little.
Till t oonld run and got some wood
To harry up that kutt a,
Oh dearl oh dear! if P cornea home,
And Suds thing in tlila pother, 1
He'll Juet boglnand tell me all I
About tb U tidy mother. ;
Dow nice her kitchen used to be,
Her dinner always read; I
Ixaotly when the noon-boll rang- I
Jloah, hush, dear little Freddy. '
And then will come nm some hasty word,
Right out, before I'm thlnking
They say that natty word from wivea
Sot fiber moo to drinking.
Now Is'nt that a groat Idea,
That men ehouid take to alnulng
Because a weary, half-slck wile
Can't always smile ao winning?
When I was young, I uisd to oaru !
My llviug without trouble,
Had clothes, and pocket-money, too,
And bouri of leisure doublo. ,
I nover dreamed of auch a fate,
When I. a-Lies! waa courted
Wilt, mother, nurse, aeauistross, cook, house
keeper, cuittuuermaid, lauudreni, dalry-wo-man,
and tcrub genu. ally, doing tha work
of six,
,. For the eako of being supported!
How Poor Boy Became a Merchant.
Children, and older persons as well,
ought always to speak the truth, from a
love of doing right and a loathing of
wrong, nut it sometimes strengthens
upright aims to kqow that honunty is the
lest policy, and one who uniformly ad
heres to the truth is certain in the end to
prosper. Tho following Btory , from the
New York Chronicle has a moral for our
young readers :
Two country lads came at an early
hour to a market town, and arranging
their little stands sat down to wait for
customers. One ' was furnished with
fruits and vegetables of tho boy's own
raising, and the other with clams and
fish. The hoifrs passed along, and each
little merohan.. saw with pleasure his
stores steadily de'ertiasing, and an equiva
lent in silver, bits. shining in his little
money-cup. '-The last melon lay on
Harry's stand when a gentleman came by,
and placing his hand upon it, said, "What
a fine large melon. I think 1 must have
this for my dinner. What do you ask
for it, my boy ?". , ,
"The melon is the last I have, sir, and
though it looks very fair, there is an un
sound spot on the other side," said the
boy, turning it over. .
"So there is," said the man, "I think I
will not take it. Hut," he added, looking
into toe Doy s one open countenance,
it very business-like to point out the
defeots of your fruit to customers ?"
"It is better than being dishonest, sir,"
said the boy, modestly.
"You ore right, my little fellow; always
remember that principle, and you will
find favor with God and man also. You
have nothing else I wish for this morning,
bnt I shall remember your little stand in
the future. Are those chins frtish ? ' he
continued, turning to Ben Wilson's stand.
"Yes, sir; fresh thismoming I caught
them myself," was tho reply; and a pur
chose being made, the gentleman went
his way.
"Harry, what a fool you was to show
the spot in the melon. Now you can
take it home for your pains, or throw it
away. How much wiser is he about
those clams ' I caught yesterday. Sold
them at the same price I did the fresh
ones. He would never have lookod at
the melon until he had gone away."
"Ben, I would not tell a Jio, or act one
either, for twice what I earned this morn
ing. Besides, I shall be better oOf in the
end, fori have gained a customer and you
have lost one."
And so it proved, for the next day the
gentleman bought nearly all his fruit and
vegetables of Harry, but never investod
another penny at the stand of his neigh
bor. Thus the season passed; the gentle
man finding that he could get a eood
article of Harry, continually patronized
him, and sometimes talked a few minutes
with him about his future prospects. To
become a merchant was his great ambi
tion; and when the winter came on, the
gentleman wanting a trusty boy for his
store, decided on giving the place to
Harry. Steadily and surely he advanoed
in the confidence of his employer, until
havingpassed through various graduations
of olerkship, he became at length an
honored partnor in the firm.
A French Romance.
A Paris correspondent tells tha follow
ing story: .
One of the oldest and most powerful
names in Brittany that of Lantivy is
now defending its honor, tooth and nail,
for it has been usurped too long, and it
has grown weary with suffering the abuse.
In the year 1788, a Countess De Maurey,.
being separated from her husband for
certain peccadilloes, as was much the
fashion then, the same as now, was living
In a convent, which, by-the-by, has ceased
to be the mode in the like cose now-a-days.
The convent chosen was that of Buron,
which possessed for spiritual director of
the ladies a handsome young monk of
Fontevrault, whose name was Davicre.
In a year or two tho revolution broke
cut monks and nuns became obsolote
end forbiddon things, and Dnvicre becamo
the priest of the email villngo of Aze,
while the Countess, quite bewildered, not
knowing where to fly to shelter her inno
cence, naturally bethought herself that it
would nowhere be so securoly protected
sa with her spiritual adviser and confes
sor, her spiritual father in God, the hand
some young monk of Fontevrault Ah,
hut from bad to worse. Aftor the sup
pression of convents came the suppression
of priests and of aristocrats of all kinds.
The monk disappeared, the Countess was
arretted, conveyed to prison, convicted of
being well born, and sentenced to doath.
The night before her execution, while she
was on her knees imploring Heaven for
: mercy, at the witching hour of twelve,
the door of her cell creaked upon its
linfM, and her jailor stood before her
ivajspered in her ear, "Consent to.
become my wife and your sentence shal
be revoked."
The Countess shuddcrod; her aristo
cratic instincts gave her disgust and loath
ing at the idea of such a union but the
love of life in one so young and beautiful
overcame other scruples, and she mur
mured, "But, my husband -." But
that was no objeotion in those days. The
Count's emigration had classed him
among the legally dead, and a divorce
from this traveling corpse could be had
for the asking for and so in a few days
the boautiful Countess Mauroy, preserving
her fortune as Mademoiselle de Lantivy,
became the wife of Citizon Daviere; for
tho handsome young monk of Fontevrault,
tin? pious confessor of Buron, the humble
village priest of Aze, the jailor of tho
prison of Laval, had become no other
than the Citizen Daviere. 1
One son was born of this niarriago.
Ho is now an old man, being born in
1795. He hns been called from his child
hood Daviere de Lantivy, and tho present
suit is instituted against him aal his
family, for bearing the name, by Counts
de Lantivy, who, having been what thoy
call uetraudea ot their righttul inher
itance by the carrying away of the dowry
of the Countess de Maurey which would
hare returned to the Lantivys if sho had
not married Daviere think it very hard
that the name itself, as well as the money,
should likewise have passed to the un
skirted monk of Fontevrault. The case
is a very difficult one to judge at the
Paris bar, as one of the most exalted
of its members stands in precisely the
same position as the son of Daviere, the
monk, and the decision now about to be
givon may exposo him to the same liability
of attack by the relations of bis mother,
whoso name ho bears. This oase is
watched with the greatest interest, for if
carried lor judgment to a higher tribunal,
it will most likely bo submitted to the
verdiot of that very authority, whose
name is European, whose power is un
bounded in questions of law, and who
will thereby establish a preccdont, who
may condemn his children, if not him
self, to tho same humiliation as that, pcr
hnps, in preparation for Daviere de Lantivy.
CSif To cure n boil the skin of a
boiled egg is the most efficacious remedy
that can be applied to a boil. Peel it
carefully, wet arid apply. It will relievo
the soreness in a few hours.
BU3INES8 CARDS.
ANDEESON & HANNAFQKD.ArclUtcct,
Manchester Building,
S. W. corner Third and Sycamore it.)
jyi Cincinnati, giiio.
Madison House.
MAIN tVTRBKT,
B1CTWBKN FRONT AND SECOND, CINCINNATI.
V, r. CA1I1LL, Proprietor,
(yllcto
IBook Binding
IN ALTj IT3 BRANCHES, NO. 8 EAST
ourth-itreot, be two u Main and Bycamore, Clu-
CUlD'.ii.
xr-Ke-blndlns In every style, ilmlc Book neat
ly aud durably bound. 0. CliOPPEtt.
fjyM-Sml
D. DE FOREST,
Boob Binder and Paper K tiler,
Third story Times Building, will do all work In hi
line with neatuess and dispatch. jy2i-lv
FUliliAN & WILLIAMSON,
(At the old stand of Pullan, Hntflold A Drown,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
No. 63 WEST BECOtiS ST.,
cuioimun,
resiPH pdllan, formerly or Pullan, HatHelu tirown
WM.B. WILLIAMSON. mriffl-ACW
TPIOS. H. WEAKNER,
DCALIlt IK ILL a INDB or
BUILDING LUMBER, LATE,
SIIINCILES, ETC., ETC.,
371 Plum Street) Cincinnati, Ohio.
jy28-oui
F. M. MOORE,
N. Ei CORNER TillltD Si HACK 8T8.,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Orders promptly attended to. tnl7.
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
134 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI, 0.
KITREDGE & FOLSOM,
55 St. Charlei itreot, New Orleans, La,,
Importer of Gun Sporting Apparatus,
AND DKALKBS IN GUN POWDXB.
LIBNDKET BYL.
JAMES TEBBT.
1j. BYL & CO..
CLEANERS OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. 99 Sixth-atrwt, between Vine and Raco, in
the Modioli Collegn, Cincinnati, Ohio. Pomona who
mty taror un with their patronage, can roly on punc,
tuality and low prlcea. topi -ay
ENGRAVING,
14 WEST FOCHTU 8TUF.ET.
D00B PLATS, GAUD CASES, STATIONERY,
etc., etc., etc.
JEWELRY.
sa. r. jias
New Wholesale
WATCH & JEWELRY HOUSE
18 West Fourth Street.
Where can be had every article appertaining to tb
Boainom at a much Ien price, for CASH, thai
has ever before been offered In tbla market.
GIVE US A CALL
And see for yonraelvea. apU
WM. WH I TAKER
JTiWELEK,
No. M N. Tj. Cor. Fifth and Lodge etroeta, betwee
Walnut and Vlni, Cincinnati.
AgoodaMortnieutof HILVEllaDd PLATKDWABl.
Hl'ECTACLS, etc., kept conetantly nn hand.
Special attention given to Cleaning and Kepairlnt
Wntchoa and Jnwelry. rnvlu
HEGG8 St SMITH, No. 6 Wert 4th Kt.
ABB NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their lanre aanortment of Watchta, Jewelry.
SUrerware and Diamonds.
ALao
A tine aaHortment of Plated Tea Beta and Ontlerr
anil OoeraUlaane. J34
(llAKHR CITY:
Two Threaded Double Loch Tight Stitch
FAMILY SEWKG MACHINE.
ALSO THE VERNON
tmueBtltcli, twoaizei, price 8.1.1,00 and 810,00.
Tlmvery Intwit Invention and tliem.iat nuisulosH and
perfect ruuiiliiK machine extant. The above named
mncliiuKa make the anmo elltcb, equally an well aa
hixher priced unen. On tlieee machlnoH wo apply the
only HommerthHt will turn any widih of liein-lt la
tint only one in tne market that la ailjnntuble to fold
any wld'hnf hni, with any thickunwof cloth.
Hereon rroddine In the country wlnhlnK snntplca,
or information, by Inclosing 3c. (tamp, will receive
prompt atteutlon.
Local agtnnu wanted In all the ciMe. and towns in
Ohio. Addrena S. A. JKNK8, Agentj
Or call at Jean Bwlft'a Watch and Jewelry 8tor,
IW Main itiaet, 2d door above fourth, Cincinnati.
Ohlc Jylo-amf
Pure, Still & Sparkling Wines
JAMESEibELBT.
Baa removed his WIN B CELLAR to Mo. 1A HAM
JHOMD TBKST above Tlilrd itreot, " jyi
SEWING MACHINES.
TOUWO'0
Improved Two-Threaded Lock-Stitch
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
, '$25, 30 and 835. '
rWMlE SATISFACTION WHICH THESE
-EL machines has given to thoae who hart boen
using them, in all kiuds of Family Sewing, loads ua
to rtciintnend tbent to the public, with the fullest
confidence that they will give entire eaiUfaction
wherever used. A.inefrom all klndsof sewing, they
KMnanmEB beautifully. - They aro lu all respects, as
reg rd stheexecutlnn of work, flrst-claaamachlDea.
They are now on exhibition at the ( air. We shall
take pleasure in expinlng the working of our ma
chines, and give specimens of our work to all who
will favor us with a call atonrsale-ioome, corner of
Vine and Fifth-atreta, over Cole A Hopkitn'sstoro.
To persons ro.Ming out of the city, who will In
clone us a three-contstamp, with thoir address, we
will send our circular, with specimens ot work.
W1LTSBK nttOTHKRS. Agents,
P. 0 Box Z,3i9, Cincinnati, O;
"TO Agents wanted throughout Ohio and Ken
tucky. seplSam
$30. $30. $30. $30.
MOOREi'S
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitch
FiMMSEmCMMIlS
SECUUED BY RECENT LETTERS PATENT.
TiifS MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO
HOTJNCEH by all competent julea. who
huvo twin It. to bo tho best anil mont dusinble Fam
ily Sewing ilachino oror Introduced, rcKitrilleaa
of price. It will sew all kinds f family gouds,
iron the very thickest to the very flni-at fubrics uiauo,
and iifti s all kinds of threml.froni No. 8 to SOU.
No ell la used on lop of the itltichtue.
send fur a circular, or rail and see it In operation.
Upon eiirly application, State and County Ilightsuiay
be secured. '
A n energetic person can make a fortune In a short
time. Agohts wanted in all unsold t'-rritory.
II. V. Ui'IlTHJN,
Si le and exclusive agent for tho United Stilton,
m'l! Il'wt US Wbi Fourth-street, Clnclunnti.
6.C.KNIFFIN&Cii
DSA1.IB8 IN
I. ADD, WEBSTER & CO.'S '
(latoHuut, WobBtor iCo.'s,)
SEWBNC ArlACHENES,
No. C Fourtl'-street, Cincinnati.
On the 1st of Octt.bor m will remove to '
No. 80 West Pourth-street,
GAZETTE BUILDING.
eepl2
Sloat&Co.
sewing machines,
Cincinnati, OfDce 5'1 West Fourth street.
fV THOSE INTENDING; TO PURCHASE,
wo desire a personal Investigation of the com
parative merits of these Sewing Machines with all
others In the market,
auil . FRANK IlENEY, Affent.
KELSEY & CO.'S
SBWINC-MlCniMS
Offlce-30 West Fourth-street,
CINCINNATI.
WB ASK OP A DISCRIMINATING
public, in pursuit of a reliahlo tiowlug-Ma-uhine,
the most rieid comrurlsnn nf the merits of
r.li-Healachineswith all othcis in the market. We
court it, being suit it will result in our favor.
I). W. HARRINGTON & CO..
ay Agent.
SINBEU'S SEWING MACHINES.
Pricct Reduced to (SO, T5, HOorid
Rlneor's Now Family Hewing Mnchlne,
The price of which Is only fJV), is a light andelenant
ly decorated Machine, capable of performing, in the
best style, all the sewing of a private fumlly.
Nlnaer'a Tranavortie Shuttle Machine,
fobe sold at $75, la a Machine entirely new In Its ar
rangement; it la very beautiful, niovos rapidly and
very eaiily, and, for family use and light manufac
turing purposes, is the very beat and cheapest Ma
chine ever offered to tbe public,
ilnger's y0, 1 Standard Shuttle Machine,
formerly sold at SIM, bnt now reduced to 8110, i
known all over the world. Every sort of work can
he done with it.
Slneer'a No, 3 Standard Shuttle .tluctilne,
This is the favorite manufacturing Machine every.
wiiere Price, with table complete, $126.
WBoud for a Circular.
JAMES SKARDON,
Agent for J. 11. Dinger k Co.
No, 8 EnNt Fourth street,
je-t CINCINNATI, OHIO.
LESTER'S SEWING MACHINES.
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
the sowing public that I am the solo authorized
igout for the sale of the
LESTER'S IMPROVED SHUTTLE
SEWING MACHINES;
And being well awittamted with Its merits, and famil
iar with its operation, 1 feel tonflclent that those in
want of Bitch en article, will give It preference over
all others now before the public.
I deem It unnecBiary to enumerate all Its advan
tages, as those who tnav wish to purchase will proba
bly prefer to satisfy themselves by personal Inspeo
tloni which they may do livcalliog at
No. West H'ourth afreet.
Vv-persons piirclnuiug LoHter'B SewinK Machine
will receive practical iiiHtriictlons upon them free of
charge. All machines warranted.
WILLIAM I.APII AH, Aneiit.
No. 92 West Fourth street, directly
Jy26-tf-t Opposite Foet Office.
EVENS'
MANVrACTfRINM
SEWING MACHINE.
I bellove I make the best Lock-stitch Sewing Ma
ahlncs, In the world. If tbepnrchaaer dona not think
so after bIz months trial, I will refund you tha
Price of Machines.
OFTKHU AND MIR BOOIitg-Jllrnctly ou the
Northwest ooriior M dii and Ifourtb atroets, over
Owen's Jewelry establiahmeut.
ViTAU kinds of dewltiR-Maohtne renaJrnd, snd
Ikht machinery manufactured, at trie Factory, 187
Wnlniit.tn ut, corner Walnut and Fifth.
WyAgnnts wanted In other cltle to soil my 8ow.
ln-llKcliuoi. Address, 1 EVAN8, Jr., Cincin
nati, O. un25
V. DAU!tlTO B. B. T. SAHaUHalB.
IJ A It RINGER & CO.,
Kanafucturers ot
The Celebrated Tateot Combined
OOOKINQ STC)VES'J
For WOOD or GOAL. Tho most oonTenIent,co-
uviu urn Diiu nuiniMo v,uuniiiK oiuvo over mVPniOHt
for Bteamlj oatu, Hotels, Ueatanratv ts and Private
KiuTteu. uiWKiuK auu iHiimff wawi ' lor wasn ana
hail n rnnmti In Uraa naniitltl... ln .1 ; n
warerodmg, 21T Main St.," Cincinnati.
"Bights to mennfactnre said sell these 8TOTI8
may be secured on application to the proprietors, at
men wareiwms, aop7
MISCELLANEOUS.
THOS. W. FARRIN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
LUMBER DEALERS.
YARD OS FRKEMAN-ST., NEXT TO
Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad.
We would call the attention of purchasers of Lumber
to the following BUI of Prices;
Cash. 4 Mon's.
Clear, S In. Flank, per M feet $112 00 tm on
" 2 " " 78(10 0 00
" 1 " " ...... 67 (10 0 00
" IX " " 47 00 60 00
" 1 In. Board, ' 37 f0 l 00
' H " " 2" "0 30 110
lit Com., Sin. riank, " Mm woo
' 3 " " 57 (10 60 00
" 1W " " t2(10 45 00
im ' " ' as m 37 so
" 1 In. Board, " 23 75 00
' .'4 ' SO ( 81 50
2d Com., 2 " " ..... 33 01) as ou
' 1JS " U All 26 24
"1 ' ' 16 60 17 SO
' " 14 (10 , 16 (10
Grub Fl'k, 2 " 22 AO 25 00
SdCom., 1 w sassj u W 12 0
Whlte-plne Fencing B'ds, " lit 13 00
Hemlock " " " 10 00 12 60
" Joist iScantl'g, 16ft. and loss 1150 12 50
' " " liandiOft.... 14 00 15 00
Toplar '! ' ... 14 m 15 do
PltU r " ... 16 50 17 SO
Oak ' " ... 15 00 17 00
lit Com. White-pine Flooring Boards, 35 Oil 37 50
2d Coin. " " " 23 75 25 00
3d Com. " la 75 20 00
lellow-plne Flooring Boards 2(100 30 00
" clear for steps 37 60 40 00
lit Com. WUlte-plue Weather Hoards, 16 00 17 50
id Com. " " " 11 00 15 00
M Com. Partition Boards.. 37 50 40 00
2d Com. 25 00 27 00
for Dressed Lumber, $1 60 for one
side, and S3 for two sides extra will
be charged.
No. 1 Shaved Shingles 4 25 4 SO
No. 1 8wed ,r 4 00 4 25
Inferior qunHtles In proportion.
Cedar Fencing Posts, 4 by 4 In. each... 55 60
. " ' " Kotigh W) 85
Locust " " 20 25
Un bil Is of $500 or over a furthar reduction of li per
con t. is madu.
At ttione prices we have two or three million foot of
good c-'oaaoned Lumber for sale.
Purtius wishing to piircliahe Lumber will do well to
give us a call. TUO.MA3 V. FABKIS & CO.
fimai-tfl
TUEOLDDOjIINIOX
AtiD
E A POT.
ARTHUR'S
SELF - SEALING
FRUIT CANS
AND
T Sl JEL O,
The List now In nse and all prepared for Boallug.
PR A T T8
n 1 TTMT
vWr, n..mm XT 4.11 4t. ,
jfM oeii- vuiiuiiiuiig
MILK - PAN
The groatuat invention yet. Kvery house-keeper
should have ouo.
AttTIICR, BURNnABl 4 GILUOY,
Alaniifactnrurs of Patent Articles,
WTTrado Depot for the West,
24 Kast Pearl street, Cincinnati.
JOSEPH K. GUEKN, Agent.
Mr.-end for a trade Circular. atil
JOHN H. DETERS,
FASHIONABLE
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER,
No. S3 West Foiirlli.ntrcet,
WISHES TO CALL THE ESPECIAL
attention of gentlemen to his large stock of
fall work, which is now open for iiifpectin. Just
recoived some new styles tugllsa Over-guiters. Call
and see them. flap3
Wi JJ. X)0I)DB,
formerly ot Uall,Dodds & Oo.j late Orban.Dodus A Oo.
W. It. Uodds & Co.,
MANUyACTDBESS Of TBI
Fire and Burglar Proof
3 Jh. JP 33 IS !
8. V. Corner of Vine b Second Streets.
Thl. I. mnat rellahln FIUH A1TD BtJROLA
pniiiir SAFE that la made In the United States. and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and is of better workmanship than
can be found elsewhere.
We have a large assortment on hand, and are de
termined to sell at prices that cannot fail to please.
Old Sales
Taken In exchange. HEOOND-SAUD SAFES al
ways on hand at extremely low prlcea. VSi
ROOFING.
Sallouslall's Fire aud Water rroof,
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC
COATING FOR ROOFS.
THE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
Coating for Metal Roofs, or any Iron Work ex
posed in use, warriimeu lowunmana me severest
tests ef float. Cold, Bain, or Sulphuric Acid, end re
main perfectly impervious to Water. It will not
melt, crack, wash or scale off. For new, old, leaky
metal roofs, or for canvaB roofs, it is 50 per cent,
cheaper than any other coating. All orders accom
panied with the cash or satisfactory references, will
be pr imptly filled, In any unsold territory South and
West i New York and Pennsylvania. For further
Info'" atlon, apply to
K . MUI9I uu.,
"Ole Proprietors and Manufacturers,
est Second street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
ROOFING! ROOFING !
THE OUTCALT ELASTIC ME
TALLIC HOOFING" ts offered to the public
as the best and cheapest Metal Iloof now need, Its
merits tested by an experience of years in this city
nnd vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
Dimtllngs. no sower nsoa tastenea securely witn
ont exposure to the action of the elements.
Prewired sheets, boxed for shipment to any part of
the United States, can be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
CALDWELL It CO,
jylfj-tf 132 West Second street.
Merrell's Blackberry Anodyne.
rpniS MEDICIKE IS OFFERED TO TO
JL public asoneofthebeBt, if not the very best mod
icinethat has ever been invented for Uiariiiifa.Uvs.
iNVEar, Cholcha Invantuh, and all other dernngo
moots of the Htomach mid Digestive Orgaos, which
are so pre talitnt and fatal in our country corrects
til dim (ed condition of the Llvorjnllius Nervous
I il a, such as la caused by Teething. gives
ti i t m uealthy action to the bowels, and withal, is
pi .,n. intake. iy23-bnit
Money! Money! 171 one y!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
Ke moved from SO West Sixtli-strcet.
MONEY LOANEDON WATCHES, JEW.
ELBY and all kinds of Merchnndlse. at low
riites of intorost, at No. 173 Vlne-atroet, between
fourth and Fifth. 211
GLASGOW AND NEW VORK
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
STEAM 10 GLA8GO ,i,IVEKPOOL, BELFAST,
BDBLIH AN1 LONDONDKU11Y
FOB $30.
rsOB HIW TOK.
OliiNitow, Thomson, Wednesday, Aug. 3t, at 12 noon
Kdinlnirul!)CuiDiiing..ViedDi)dduy,Jiini)l, 11
Hlfisicuw, Thomson " July , "
EdluhurtTh,Oummtug.. " July 37, "
TBOH OLAflOOW.
KdlnbursllitOnmmlng...Saturday, May 7.
(JIiihm-ow, Thoni'ion...Wediiesday, July 27.
Bdiuburh,Cummlug... " July 3.
Rates of .Passage from New York, Philadelphia of
Boston, to QlaHfe'ow. Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
Londonderry, Unit class, 973. Steerage, found with
an abundance of properly-cooked provisions, $,K).
An experienced Surgeon attached to each steamer.
Ho cnarige lor manciuen.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
avp27 BOUBBT CBA10. 17 Broadway,
DUS. B. EHRMAN & W. 0. LEECH.
. IIOMOGOPATniSTS.
orrios no. 4 seventh street
Office bouri from A.M., 1 to 3, and 7 to 9, P.M.
jys.cn
A
SMfiaBSMfitsttfiBEaWaVaWsV
n
INSURANCE.
STATE AUTHOHITY.
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
S9"Asencr established In Clnclnnnti In 1 v on
te iatlng all present local Insurance Companies and
Agencies in the Insurance business in this city. 33
years constant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience, enterprise and liberality, especially com.
mend the JE'CU.K. Insurance Company to the favora
ble patronage of this community standing solitary
and alone tbe sole survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of 1 S'JS.
Losses paid InCinrlminii during past Five
Veurs, $I5U,Uj4 '17.
Cash Capital R51.OO0,0O0.
tAIlSOhCTE AND UNIMPAIRED.) WITH A
SURPLUS OF $1,030,423 80.
And the prestige of 40 yrars success and experience.
INVKSTMVNTg OF
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
Vl'WARDS Of SI2,0,0(),
Have been paid by the iEtna Insurance Company in
the past 40 years.
Fire mid Iiiliiuil Nuvieailon. Eisks accepted
at terms oonelstout with solvency and luir profits.
Kepeclul attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms of 1 to 5r s,
Application made to any duly nthorized Agent
ricomptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
mate Insure ni.o busiuoss, this Company is euablod
to offer both Indemnity for tho past and secuiltyfor
tho future. PoMrlos issued without delay by
JAH. II. CA HTEIt, Agent, No. 40 Alain street.
A, 1 PATOII, Assistant Agent.
H. K. L1NDSEY, Agent III Vine strcot.
J.J. HOOKKIl, ARont.Kulton, 17th Ward, ano
THfiEE-FOURTHS
Or THt
PROFITS OF THE BUSINESS
WYIDED ANNUALLY
POLICY-HOLDERS.
4
IS WALL STKJJHT, NEW YORK.
CASH CAI'lTAL S30f,000 00
AtflKTS, July 1, 1S50 805,6S1 h
LIABILITIES 1,5U3
fflHE ATTENTION OP THE COMMU-
. NI'PY Is reHiiei'tfn Mv culled to tho follow n
fentures In connei'llon with this Com puny:
FiKST lly iinuilng In this Company, the advent
sci'snfaMiitiuil Insurance Comiviuy are obtiiineil,
with lie addiiio mil iidvuntagii aliordud in the security
given lyun aninl-i ni,d roliablo ('ash Capital a fea-
l,li ui'i ni'-atMiiru ",v ciiirii.i, tin, . 'i, ,iiniuoiii,o
(Joiniwnn s. The dividends to customers, already do
cl.ired, are as follows:
First Divison to Folicy-Holders, 1W7, 33! per cent.
So ond do. do. do. 1-.W, 6'i "
Third do. do. do. 18M, SO "
Second Tho security given, which Is already large,
will constantly Increarte with each year of successful
operations. This la exhibited clearly lu the follow,
lug stntement, showing tho position of tho Company
in each year since tho new system was adopted.
July, 1Mb, JKetAsHotsof the Company, fK7n,.t63 13
iw, " ow,i,J o
1KVI, " " " 7.'d,!W.'2
" MM, Gross Asaels, " IXi.-,,MI 84
" " Liahlllttca I6.MI 37
Tninn Tho insiued Incur no liability whatever.
while obtaining these adve ntnfs of superior necurity
and i lio.iputM.. (iKO. 1'. iiorli, President.
H. II. litHPoKT, tiecretury.
Cuil'U Peck, Assistant Secretary.
SAM'L E. MACK & Co., Agents,
Hi Went Tliird-sucot, Ciuolnitntl.
au29-am
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
liiipoi'tniat Improvement!
WELIiSPlTENT
FOLDING SPRIiNG MATRESS
WEIGHS ONLY 65 LBS! MANtFAOTCBKD,
WII0LE3ALK. AND RETAIL, BY .
BENNETT & CO.,
jy21-am Svcainoro street, below Fifth.
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'Hi.
milE MOSTKKI.IABI.ET-'inEAKD
M. millOLAB PISOOFBAFES.-Theyhnvo given
mere Siitlsfactton than any other now in nse.
We offer a reward of OMC THOUSAND DOti.
I.AItM to any person that ciin, up to tho present
tlme,showa single instance wherein they havo fulled
to preserve their contents.
With thisHAFK we chnllenpsn nil competition, as
being tbe best Firo Proof, liurglnr Proof, or Fire
uud Burglar Proof now made; and nre willing to
test with any cstahllidimcnt in the Union, and tbe
pany falling first, to forfeit to the other, the sum
of S:',(KM).
wearo prepared to firnlh ft belter Safe, and at less
coat, than any other ninuulacturer in the United
States,
Hecond-hand Safes nf other makers, also on hand.
Werespcctfully invite the public to call and exam
ine our stock before purehtml ntr fU where.
11 A I, I,, OAHHOLL A CO.,
sug!2-ayi Nos. loiiml 17 E.mt Columbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholic, and
41L PAWS Ui TDK STOMACH & BOWELS,
made by GEO. S. LIGHT,
WHOLKBALB DRUGGIST, CINCINNATI.
FOIt SALE BY JOHN P. PA11K, HTJIIII!, ECK
STINK A CO., and DrugKlnts generally. Order lli
at Williamson Ik II a'i utm, iio. 41 Walnut stiegt
will bo attended to. aul3-tnovl
MUSTARD.
AFTER MANY YEARS OF PRACTICAL
experience in the art of Mustard-making, the
proprietors etior the nbovn brand of Mustard to the
public, gniiranteeitig It a strictly pure article, manu
facturod from the host quality of 'seed, carefully se.
United with the design of nriRluclnua Mntard SUPK.
IllOlt IN FljAVCK AND PUNUENCY TO ANY
NOW IN USE. Wo have no Hesitation in sasing
that all lovers of good Mustard will And the I. X. L.
to be that which they so frequently fail to obtain,
MUMTAKt) THAT IS MUSTAHI).
VTOrdors promptly filled.'
HARRISON WILSON,
et4 " ' nml 101 VVnlnnt-streef .
Composition Roofing.
THE undersigned la prepared to pat on
Composition Boof of tne best quality at short
notice.
(imoeln JAB. BruceVi Ourrlags Beposltory. cor
ner Third and Vine.
WaT Hoofing material constantly on hand, and for
sale. (jv27-3m) J, M, MOBLS,
BY
W. IB W C
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RAILROADS.
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
RAILROAD.
p
OUE DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THE
Sixth-street Denot.
Trains run through to Indlananolis. Lima. Ban.
dueky and Clevetand without change ot can.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North
ern and Korth-weitorn cities.
A. W- EXFltES TRAIN fOolutnbns time,
which is seven minutes faster than Olncimiati) For
Cleveluiid and Pittsburg, via Iielswiire, ninkes closo
connection at Crestline for Pittsburg, ililUmore,
Ihiladelphla and New York; anil at Cleveland for
Dunkirk, Uiiflulo, Iloston and New York. Also, con
nects at Dayton with Dayton and Michigan Koad for
Troy, l'iqiia, Sidney, Limn, Toledo, Detroit, Fort
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Toledo at 3:30, Detroit
at 6:00, and Chicago at 7:20 P. M.. Qulncy and Ualenn
at 7 A. M. Also, at Dayton with Ursenvilleaiid lllami
Koad, for Greenville, Union, Winchester and Muu
cie. Also, connects at Klchmond with 1 ndiana Con
trol Bond, for IndiatmpolU. Lafeystte, Chicago, Terra
Haute, St. Louis, anil all Weetern cities. Also, at
Itichinond with Cincinnati and Chicago Road, for
Ander'on, Kokomo and Peru. Also, connects with
Junction Railroad at Hamilton fur Oxford.
M A. M. fllAIL Tit AI.-For Dayton, Sprlng
nld and Sandusky Ouunerts at Snndinky with
h'l'KAJM KB for DETROIT: at UKUANA forCOHJM
BUS; at Forest with Plttslurg, Fort Wayneand Chi
cago Road, Kast and West; at Clyde with V. and To
ledo Road for Cleveland and Buffalo, lodo, Detroit
and Chicago. This train also connects at DNLA
WAltEwith the C, 0. AC. Koad for Cleveland and
points Ea.t; alsoconnects at Iiauiiltonwitli Junction
Bailroad for Oxfurd.
4:30 P. ill. Tit A IN For Dayton, Bpringflelc!
and tuindusky Connocts at Forest with Pittsburg,
Fort Wayne and Chicago Road, East and West; at -Clyde
with U. and Toledo Road for Cleveland aug Buf
falo, Toledo, Detroit and Chicago. Also, connects at
Richmond tor Indianapolis, Terre Haute, St. Louis
aud Chicsgo. Alio, conuecta with Junction Railroad
at Hamilton for Oxford.
B 1. iM. TIIAIN For Dayton. Troy, Plqua, 811.
ney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Way no and Chi.
cam. reaching Chicago at 8 A. Jl.
lUtr The i) and 8 A. M. trains conneot at Cleveland
with steamers for Dull'alo.
For further Information and Tickets, apply at the
Ticker, oflicei-north-east corner Front and Broad
way; No. Ill Walnut-street, near Gibson House; at
the new Ticket Ollice.on tho west side cf Vine-street,
between Postollicennd Ilurnet House; at the Walnu'
Street House, or at the Sixth-street Depot.
ul IX MoLAREN. Suiwrlntondeut.
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., oonnects via
flohiiubiisand Cleveland, via Columbus. Crestline and
Pittsburgh, via Columbus, Hteubenville and Pitts
burgh, Detrottvia Cleveland aud steamer. This Train
stops, between Cincinnati and Columbus, at Love,
laud, Doorlleld, Morrow. Xenla, Cedarville. South
Charleston, Lonilon ami West Jefferson.
Second Train- No. 2 Express, at 8:30 A. M connocts
via Columbus, Delink aud Bonwood; Whooling; via
Columbus, Stuubenvilleaiid Pittsburg; visOolumbUB,
UrsBtlins and Pittsburg: via Columbus snd Cler.
land; Detroit, via Cleveland and steamer: VVhirtSul.
plu-r Station, via Springfield. This Train stops b
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, at I'laluville Mil.
ford, Miamliille, Lnveland, Deerllold, Morrow, Cor
win, Spring alloy, Xenla and Loudon.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:40 P. M.. for
Columbus and Springfield. '
Fourth Train-Night Exprois.at 11:30 P. M.j con
nectt viaColumhus, Uellair anil Bonwood; Wheeiino.
via Columbus, Hteiibeuvlllu and Pittsburg; via Co.
Iiimhiu, Crestline and Pitlsbui g: via Columbus and
Cleveland, lhis train steps at Lowland, Morrow.
tIus'trai'n " ondo11' tLKSl'1NGi;AKs iJ
(jjNo.lJSxpreBS,tlir6ttghtol!levelandwItlioutthaiiK8
No.j'fixpress, through to Wheeling without chance
of cars.
.eNI0J?T EXPF Train leaving Cincinnati
aV1;9J,P-,M''r'm",1"il'l,xceI,tSATUltI)AY3. The
other Trains run daily, except SUNDAYS. .
For all Information, and fhruugh Tickets to Ilo.v
ton, Now York, Phllndelehia, Jinltlmore, Washing
Si',?J Ih'ffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cloveland.
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all tho Kustern places!
apply at tne (Mhoes, Walnut Street Ilouse.No. 1 lsai!
not House, south-east curniT ol Broadway and Front
streets, and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which Is seven min
utes faster than Cincinnati time.
.. J. DIJBAND, Sup't.
Omnibusei call fbrpassengers by leaving direction
at the Ticket Offices. myn
HIGH SPEED RESTORED,
Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST,
AND THE NORTHWEST, VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Only Ont Change of C-ari between Cincttmnrt
and Chicngn,
Throe Passenger TrainBloavoCincinnnlldally, from
thefootof MillsndFrontstree's.
S:M( A. M.-Cliicngo Hail arrives at Indlanjgiolls at
10:30 A. M.; Chicago at 7:2ft 1'. M. This trlln con
nects with nil night trains ont of Chicago, for the
West and North-west.
12:00 M. Torre Haute and Lnrtavettn Ancnr,imr,il.
tion arrives at Indianapolis, nt A:iKI P.m., malting
direot connections at Indhtuapolls with Terre Haute
Trains and Indianapolis aud Lulayetts trains for
Decatur, Springfield, Naples, t.iulni'y, Hannibal aud
St. Joseph; also with Peru trains for Peru. Jft.Wsyno
aud Toledo, s
.... I, , w i ..r
o:mr r.ni. vioi.uo axpiosn arrives at lninanapoill
at 10:30 P. M.; Chicago at 7:() A. M, Wukiiig close
connections at Chicago with all morning trains out
of Chicago. This train connects at Indianapolis
with Torre Eauto trains for all roints West and
Northwest.
Sleeping cars are attached to all tho night trains
on this Hue, and run thiough to Chicago without
chango qf cars.
This Is exclusively a estonl and North-western
route, and with favarablo and tollable arrangements
with all connecting roads tin ougliout the entire
West, guarantees unusual care and I he amplest ac
commodations to tho pationsol this line.
sf- Be sure yon aro In the right tiokot office before
vim purchase your tickets, anil ask for tickets vis
Lswrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same as by any other ronte. Baggage
checked through.
THROUGH TICKETS, good until used, can be oh
tained at the ticket oihces, atSpeucer House Comer,
north-east corner liroadwuif i: i Front; No. 1 Bur
net House Corner; at the Walunl-Blroet House, and
at Depot office, foot of Alill,ou Front street, where
all necessary information may bo Lad.
Omnibusios run to and from inch train, and vf
call fot passengers at all botids and all parts of thl
oity, bj leaving address at elthot office.
W. 11. L. NOBLE,
myld -General Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
Great Through Koute for
IKDUNAPOLIS,
l'KBHK HAUTE,
ST. LOUIS,
LAFAYETTE,
CHICAGO,
LOQAN8P0BT,
PEBD,
FOHT WAYNR
TWO DAI LYTHROTJSIITRAINSIoaveSixth street
Depot, at S A.M. aud 1:3(1 P. HI.
A. M.-INIiIANAPOLIS, 81'. LOUIS A CHICA
(30 FAST F,XPBKSS.-Tliroughiiirect,nialtinHclose
connectlnnsforallothor Western and Nnrth-westorn
points. This Train nleo connect n at Itlrhmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Hond, fur Anderson, Xoko.
mo. Logansport, and all points on Wabash Valley
Kail road.
4:.W P. M.-INDIANAP0LI8, CHIC4O0 A 8"
LOUIS NIGHT KXPIIESS.-Tho above Trains lua
close connections at Indianapolla, Lafuyotteand Chi. .
cago, with Trains Tor Terre Haute, Sprlngllold, Hock '
Island, OalealmrR, Kenosha, La( Yowo, Jacksonville,
Danville. Burlington, ililwaiikeo, Mattoon, Naples,
tJalena. (Julticy, I'rnlrlo du Clilon, Paua, Pe.irla,
llnnlvith, Kaclne, Di cnltir, Illouir.lngtoti, Joliet, I,s
Salle.St. Paul, aud all towus and cities In the North
west.
Througli Tickets given au l Baggngo checked
throiiBti.
For further Information and ThronRh ricketn.ap.
ply to Ticket Offices, noi th -east corner ol Frout and
Broadway; No. I IN Walnut street, near Fourth; at
nuth-east corner of Fourth aud Vine street, or at
tho Sixth-street Depot.
D. M. MOItltOW, i.vlnten ;..iii
Omnlbiisos will call Tor passenit . , , ,, vii.w thoir
namos at either of rte Ticket OH .
IM W. H. -(..Agent.
O ANDY I CANDY j
II. INT. OLLTLIS.,
(BuoMfljor toMmsACo,) '
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealen
-IH-
FINE AKD PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAI STREET, CIJTCIMNATI
tnyi7
DR. SAM'L ILsKiiF;
ESPECIALLY TBTJAT9 DISEASES OP
TUB SKIN, RJIKTJMATISJI, DISEASES OK
'WOMEN, and snch Chronic complaints as may be
benefitted by the Hygysnlc and Atmopathlo sMtin
of hlsofflce. V.
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsonlc, Mercury, TnrN
kish, Itiiisisn end Kleotro-Chcmical Baths, a DIs
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of Bloctrlo
and llngnetlc Apparatus.
NO. (7 WEST BIXTH-BTBEET.
M90OcahunyA,U,t9tr,I, noH-tft

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