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THE PRESS
OFFICE, 14 WEST FOURTH-STREET
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22
THE BELL AT SEA.
When the tide's billowy nreli
Hid rwieh(Hl its hlght.
Then pealed tho Book's Ions l-.'fl
Blernlr b niaht.
far over cliff sod snrsrv
Bwept the ') opsouuit. . , '.
Maklugeack wild wind's
sUUl more profound.
i.nr
i i
I. i
Tstfhaffonarnltona ' '
Ths sailor blt. (J,
Storing toroegb. darkneM OB, '
Wlthfearlias breaot. "
Jtvsn tbnsmay ws, thatflvst - .
On life's wide sea,
Welcome each warning not.'
MSS. HUMANS.
MSS. HUMANS. John Bull on His Travels.
Ths following is given ia a lata number
of Coi-ens'a Wine-Press ns a "loaf from
a cw loot" Its gtnulno appreciation
of John Bull abroad will be recognized
by every inielligoiiti traTeler who has
fallen ia with the object described. The
icene is on the Ehiue : -:
1 had had an indistinct vision of a pair
of whisker at the fur end of the breakfast
fable, brushed out a 1' Anglicize in parallel
linen, as thin as a gilder's caiuol'a hair
brush. These whiskera now tamo' up on
deck, attached to a vary .insigaittount
(.oaiitennnce, a chock cap 'and' a woolen
suit of purplish olofh, sue-U fis- travelers
from Angleterre enjoy ncenery in.- Acrosd
the right breant of this person a narrow
black strap of patent leather wound itH
way until it found a green lenthei satchel,
iust anross his loft hip; while across his
left brewt a similar strap Bsm wound
around him, and finally atfabiied 'ifself to
a gigantic- opera-glass in a Hue It leather
oaae. All these implements' ' of travel,
with little else to note, paced solemnly up
and down the now dry deck.of. tbo f?chnell
fahrt. In the meantime, ray glass, mnp, gnicle
book were all in uction, castle following
eastle, Rolandaeck, Khoineuk, Andornooh
and all the glorioua panorama" Tolling' in
view with overy turn of tho atenmer. Arid
chiefly I enjoyed tho conversation of my
Miller of Zurich, whose plump forefinger
anticipated the distant towers and battle
ments which he had seen so often for so
many times, in yearly fr1p':'upba' the
rivor. Nor was I alono, -for from every
stand point of the- dock- woro fingers
pointed and glasses raised at the glories
of the castellated Rhino. .
But in the midst of this osoitoment
and enthusiasm tho pnrple' traveler with
wh rakers and straps, sutohol and opera
glass, walked up and down, iVoobservatit
of the itcenerv. miserable and melan
cholic without a glance at 'thcvvihnyards, j
or the mouuinins, or tae castles. I hen I
know that he was an Englishman doing j
the Rhine.
Ho walked up to onr table, where oil
Zurich and h's pretty wife were 'seated
before the grapes and the vine, wbero
xny shawl and satchel were Hung map
epread and guide-book open and said,
in that peculiar English voice which
always suggests catarrh :
"Going up tiio Rhino, sir?" '
"Rather, said I, dryly, (for I halo
bores.) i .. . i
"Aw Tnow tho reader must translate
for himself "forst time ye' beene h'yar?"
"Yes," I answered, "is it 'your first visit
also?" " , ;
"Aw no! been hoa-r pu'foh; sev-wal
taimes. How fawr 'goin', sawr V" (Don't
talk of Yankoo inquisitiveness.) '
"To Muyonce, und no further this ovon
5r,a." Opro-R!ass lovclod direotly at Bhren
breitsteiu. "GawgtoHydrbua?"
"1 think so."
"Hydl' bug's good bisnoss; do it up in
couple of awhrs."
Here old Zurich makes a remark, and
says:
"Military engineers build that other
, military engineers may destroy."
. Myself -" Are thosa yellow lines
against the hill masonry ? parapets?"
Old Znucu--"Fortified fu.i top to
bottom."
"Gaw'ng to ' Italy ?" chimes in tho
camel' B-hair whiskers.
"No," (decidedly no.)
"Gaw'ng to sowth'f Kws
' wanee t
"Probably."
"Wal, if 'r not jzaw'n t' Italy and you'r
Jtaw'n to south 'f Kwance,aw'n to Jura?"
"ToNismes? what for?"
" 'F'yawr not giiw'n to Rhawra, It's good
bisncss to go to Niui they've- -jot a rin;
thar."
"A ring?"
"Yns, 'on't ye know V"
"A ring ?"
"YeB saim's they, got at Hhftwm; good
bisneps that do it up in two hawrs; early
Christians, y' knew, and vril.i beits !"
"Oh, you mean tha itoman amphithea
ter at Xisines a sort of miniatuiro CoJ
ienm." "Yaas,Cor'm."
'3fo, sir, 1 urn not going to Kisrucs "
another look at Ehronbreitsteia and itH
shattered wall
".Never be'n up the Kbi're before'
moth whiskers.
"7o." .
Wo are approaching ths banks of the
.Blue Mo'olie.
"Eh'iibreitstino's good l)ine:pi, and that
ort of thini; Jo't in aiiout two, hours!"
''1 do not intend to ffop at E'hronbi'fit
stein, and therefore irtend' to jnako the
. beet use of my time to see the general
features of the fortress from the river."
"Aw then y'd better stop at Coblnnz,
nnd got' Wisbad'n, by tV roud."
"What for?"
"Why the Rhino, jfou know, ' a tire
eome bwness, id by", goin' to Wisbad'n
from Coblauz, by bind, yon cscapo oil
' that sort aw-thmg,"
"Bnt I do p.ot w;,tih to esospe oil this
sort of thin. I want to sea the Rhino."
"A hi" with son expression of surprise.
"Going to SwiW'iand?"
"Yes."
"Y' got Moy for Switz'land ?"
".Moy l l ftcg your paruon,
"Yes, Moy.Ioyj got Moy for 3wit
, land?"
"Moy do you moaa money ? I hope
BO."
"Ged Gad, sir, no ! I say Moy."
"Upon my word, I do not comprehend
yon."
"iloy, sir, Moy 1" rapping vehemently
ca lie red cover of my guide-book
lay upon the table. "Iswy JJoy forSwiu'-
land."
"Oh, ycu mean Utntj."
"Oi'rtoiDly, sir; didn'il
Literary Solitude.
When Michael Angolo was meditating
(nsomo great dejiu, he closed himsolt'
ii'i from tho world. "Why do you lead
. q t olitnry u life?" asked a friend. "Art,"
replied the sublime artist, "art is a joalous
). ; he requires the whole and ontiro
I.iopw wsis nneasv nuiid applauding
liomo, and hns ilistiiiu'Htu'd his nunier
i.'tn works by the ti;!i s of his various
viil IS.
Tho "Golden Grof" of Joromy Taylor
in t'.io prwluct of his retroRt at tho arl
i 'f Carberry's eat in Wales. Montesquieu
f juittod tho brilliant circles of I'aris for
hi books, his meditations nod his im
Hortal works, and was ridiculed by tho
; ;ny triflors ho deserted. Harrington, to
compose Ooenna, sevcrod himHeli' from
the society of his friends. Descartes,
j nil:! mod by genius, hires an obscure house
in ua unfrequented quarter of i'aris, und
there ho pasood two years nnknown to
i'li acquaintance. Adam Smith, nftor
iho publication of his first work, throws
Iiim.iulf into rr;tiromcnt that lasts ten
yenrs. And thus it was with men of
jmiia long ere Petmrnh withdrew to his
Yulpchiuso.
I
! A Mistaku. A young gentleman who
had been paying (under a protest from
Iiur rich father) his addresses to a young
lady, and had almost given up as a hope
Iosh case, obtained an cligihlo situation in
a foreign mercantile house. Meoting a
li'dy of his acqiiaintunco soon utter ho
hud arranged to go abroad, no saia to nor:
cZ'X ,,y I
Oh no I of course I'll never mention
it." naid the lady.
Ilo wbinpored in her car
"My fi'rtuao is mado, and I am going
to Havre."
"You dou't soy so ! When ?"
' Thoy separated, and tiio next doy the
f.ulior of the young lady appeared before
on hero, flourishing a big cane in his
right hund, demanded to know by what
authority ho had proclaimed that ho wus
fibout to marry his daughter.
Tho young nwu deuied the soft im
peachment. "You did !" roared his wouldn't be
f ithor-in-law. "You told MiBS
that you was going to have hor next
Vcekl"
' "And so I am to sail for tho port oi
Havre in tho llumboldt."
Tho old man sloped.
BUSINESS CARDS.
A NDEKSON A UANNAFORD.Aicuitcct,
Sl Mrtu. lie 9'r Ujil tiiiji,
.S. IV. corner Tliiril and Symniore tn,,
jyt (?; NHA i'i. i:no.
Madi o ii H ouse,
,tlAIN iritUKT,
kiSrWEa?? FROST iSD SKCB.VD, CISOISMATI,
P. P. ( A KILL, Troprldor.
Book Binding
r:; all na BBAyenss, ko. a east
ii. -canli-Miiot, bulivmn Main aa'l Oy auioro, Ciu
0'iiiiiiii. btH-Wmllim ill BVary ntvlc. Uoilc looks oout
I) aud durably bonuil. . (J. (lUOi'PKIt.
fjyN.ftml
D. OS
Hinder
FOREST,
and Paper
Book
Huler,
Third utory Ttmua liullding, will do all work
line with ncatuM dlnpatch. 4y
In hi
(I.V
VSi,hS .It WfLLIAMSON,
(At tho old stand uf Ptillua, dattljld it Brown,)
VHOUESALE GROCERS
Ko. WKST SECOND ST.,
cutunrKATi.
itSFB PCr.t.AN,foriflirlrof Pnluiii, iiai Hi Id A Brnwi
7.M.B. WILUAilllOM grJ-Al- W
TIIOS. H. WEASNEK.
DT.Vir.ll 71 ALL IR3 or
BUILDING LUMBER, LATH,
RJUSOtRS, T0 ETH
371 rii'm htroet, Cincinnati, Ohio.
jyM-ciii
F, M. MOORE,
.L IX. OHITESO T,
ti. K. WILSKH T1IIKU St RACK STS.,
CIN'JIMNAT), OHIO.
OTtlors pri.'tnptly uttended to. rolT.
BTITTREDGElk CO.
1IJ4 51AIH STfitCl.T, 0INC1XNA TI, 0.
KITftEDGE Si FOLSOM,
3. ft. Charles it roe t, How r 1 o an , La.,
Iinort)ra of (Juua A; Kpoylltitr Apptiratua,
AHD DKALP.ttS IS ODN POirOKtt.
I 2K.VDUBT BTL. JAKI.ii TKKUV.
Xj. JiYlj & CO..
CliEANERS OF SINKS AKD VAULTS,
No. n Sixth.ntreet, between Vino and Race, in
tha Medical College, Cincinnati, Dhin. PemoLSvrhc
muy invor tin with their patrontiu, can rely on puno
tuallty and Iniv pricen, eepl-ay
OAXID tibSSA"Li
ENGRAVING,
14 WUHT POl'UTH HTIiKET.
J)00E PLATKtf, CAKO CASKS, STATIONERY,
olc, etc., etc.
JEWELRY.
ra.Tg..-.TiJ.i.a.1i ji.
'
that
II.
P
Jfew
WhoIeiial
WATCII& JEWELRY HOl'SK
16 West Fourth Street,
Where t an be had overy article appertaining to Wio
Uuiluets nt a inoch loxa price, for CASH, then
has ever before been o!f.ir.l in tbia market.
GIVE US A CALL
And see for yonrsolvoe. anil
" WM. WHITAK ER
JKWKieU,
No. MA N. K. Cor. Fifth and I,oiIkc streets, bctwee
Walnut and Vino, Cincinnati.
A good wnrtnit'iitofKII.VKK ami PLATED WAKE,
tiPKd'I AIJI.S, etc., kept constantly on band.
Special attention Klven to CleunluK and iloinirlni
Waicbeeami Jewelrr. nivin
ABE NOW RECEIVING! ADDITIONS TO
their larve assortment oi Watcbet, Jewelry,
tjilverware and lilanumdi.
stun '
A One assortment ol FUted Tea Rata and Cutlery
and Opern Glasses. 234
Tito Tlirended Double I. orb Tight RU'.r.h
$20
il lH llllllUie
ALSO THE VERNON
SaioeHlitch.twnslrei. price 93-VOO and 10.01).
The terv latest Invention and the molt noiseless und
perfect rniuiiiij imichliiB extant. The alinve named
inachlneii make the ssuie stitch, e)iinl!y as well
hllti.r nrlreil nnfa. On tlie-ie noirliines we snolv
only Hemmer that will tnrn anf wld'h of hear-It
the onlv one In Hie insrlt.'t tha' la ailjn'ifthle to fold
any wld'b "f lim, with any thlokne of olotb.
Peron reiblinslu the country wishlim samiil-is,
or itiforrantlon, byliwloslng He, itsmp, will receive
prompt attontton'
Local agents wanted Id all tha rd'lsa and towns
Ohio. Adil'Mi
Aie-fit.
P 0. n.i lain-,
Orcall at Pcsn Hwirt'a Watch and .leweliy Htore,
l7 Malustjiet, ad door above Fourth, Cincinnati,
Ohio. Jym-amt
Pur7StllT"i& Sparklinjf lilies,
JAiUESErTnELBVi
PajrencredbinWIXKCELLAKtobe, Q HAK
ilWD IBBBT above Tbtiastriet. , irn
b buoj.
- SEJv2NQMACHINES.
I
na
the
Is
lo
n T i,ETT'S
PATENT NOVELTY FAMILY
SEWING MACHINE!
Only SO 00.
CJTRKJfaTU. SIMI'LICITY, CDEAPKBSS
thi' va I A I'urlnble macliluu oi.?hinj unly tour
liHinlt! 'ii t.0 i-nninl by u cliilj from mom to
room; moy W-atlncbwl iintaiitly lo unj workt.iiul
vrlnUn: wlllai' ua i;itlier linn or coiuno IhIjiIci.
encl niih nllk, ihmid ur fottou. Cua bo woib -il
pllli rby th,. Inti.l or foot. Thenrcat ilomanJ lor
H'ouii portublo luw-pricwl iiinrbliiv tail now to fully
iiiM. nil bo won In oporatlon ut N". 44 Sixth
utrcol, Cincinnati, Oliiu, and lit tlio 1'iilrot l ilo
tlnuua' liiniiuti.
K. K. III'f.raSCpnornl A iit.
jfpia-mr'J
" 'YOUNG'S
Improved Two-Threadol lock-Stitcl
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
$25, $30 and $35.
man satisfaction which these
Jl m.irhiiu li;m Hlvou t tbnn who hurt bn
ti.-ilii,-; tliam, iu all lilmli ivf Family Si) wine, Irailii us
tj iiiiunuaenil ttjDm to tto public, with lhj fullodt
r.ii.lnloiico that lh?y will glv outim caiialiu-tlon
n iuriVi.r uil, Aiao I'mm all kluildof wwlii8,tbey
tiiBii- iDKtt beantifiiliy. Tlioy urs in nil rfp.ct, ni
res- rd mhvicuiion of woik, tlist-i:l niacuinoi.
I'll-)! are uuwud (xhibiiion ai ths lr. W iiIihII
tiki'Dlraiurein fxp'altiina Iho workirsof our ma
cl.li.i ', untlsivo p,!ciiniw of our war to all who
ivillf.ivor us with a call at ouranlo-n.oiii!, corner of
Vino and Kifth-alr.t, orcr Oobi Ilopklnt'i toro.
To wrauiis rn-iilliig out of tha city, who will in.
r'O ituw a tlirw-ciit utiimji, wi"h tlii'lr nddrow.we
H-iilb .'Uil our circular, iilmpe;itni!u of work,
WILTSHS BHlOTH M( AltfBta,
P. 0. lloxOf, Ciiirmnatl, 0.
Agents wnntod throiialiout Ohio imd Kfn
tnclrr. B')l3al
$30. 80. 80. SSO.
TMrty-Dallar Double Lock-Stitclt
, ,.T ,r nmrirn ltiriIIlTn(i
6KHCUED BV I5KCEST LETTEK8 PATENT.
rsiitjs MAcnisK has been pro-
M. NOl"Nt;Br liy nil compntciit ,iiils. ho
linvi hm'u it. to b'i tiio bvst unit uiom d niriiilc Pum
lii Sowing Jiiii'lilne over introduced, i-oinrrilv
of price. It will ei't all kind ..I family uouili,
from tiio vory ttiickoat totliv, r fin nttnlr ion made,
avd one all kluda uf lhro.nl. from No. S to 2UU.
No nil Ii4 uai'd ou topof'tlie jlnohlni.
Hcii'l I'-ra circular, or i nil au i Kit in opprntlon.
rpm oiiiIt apilicutli:iu,3tuioHud Cuuuty RUUt imy
ho BOfurid .
,n ucprcntlc rvrnonmn makoa fortnuo In a short
tlr.ir. Agent) nmitoil In all unsold f. n itory.
II, ('. H 15TH N.
fi 1 niidexclntlvoRvnt for tlitt United Status,
sopl itm 9S h Fourlh-jtrwt, OlnclntiaU.
ZIBMOVAL.
G.COIIFIN&Co.
-uun IT
I, ADD, V. ElWTfctt & CO.'S
CLstaHnnt, Watjttr ACa.'i,)
SEWING MACHINES.
Xo. tt Fourth- street, Cincinnati.
On lh I at of Oatubar vo will retuoTs It
No. 80 "Wept Fouith-street,
G AZ ETTIjJl U ILDINO.
Sloat&Co.
SEWING MACHINES,
flnclnr.ntli Office .VJ Wet Foortlj treot.
AF THOSBIKTBSIUNO TO PURCHA5B,
wn doilio B pomoual lavoatlgutlon uf the ooo
(aratlTo umrlls of then Howlaj UwUlnoa with all
olliorala :ha uiarksi.
anil FRANK HTINKT, Agnut.
KELSEY & C(VS
r I rT f1 1! 1 fl IT I fVi D V
i w u " m n ii i n is
Offlcc-30 West FouTth-street,
CINCINNATI.
W-3 ASK OP A DISCRIMINATINO
pnbllr, Id pnraiiit ofu mllan'o Howln.(-JIa-oblnp,
the moat rlold comturUou of the tnerlu of
(.bene Machines with till others In tho markot. We
court it, Udnu sure It will result In our favor.
U. W. HAKKINGTO.v & CO..
anSO .Agftitn.
SINGER'S SETVINS MACHLNES.
Pricn Ikihttd to 50, T5, iMIOiwdf l!t5.
Slnscr'a New I'tmilly HtnvliiB ftlnohlrJB,
The prico of which Isonly SW, isnllrtht andolegant.
ly (luciinitod Maehine, cnpahloof performing, in the
bontetyle, all t iienewint "f.i privato family.
WloBor'a Ti'nnavpine Mlmttlo ,1Incliloe,
To bfl aold ai 57o, is a Machine entirely new in it ar
rangement; it is very beautiful, moves rapidly aud
;ery easily, and, for family nse and liKht mannfac
t.nnna purposes, is tho very best and cheapest Ma.
i-lilue ever offered to the public.
Sinwor's No. 1 Stnndnrd H huttlo Macliinr,
Knrmorlr sold nt but now reduced to 8110, la
I known all oror the world. Every sort of work can
ledone with it.
Hincor'a No. 4 ritnndnrd Sbnttle Mnehfne,
This la tlw fiivorlto manufacturing MncliipeeTory.
whur Price, with table comploio,312.
KVSeud for a Circular.
JAMES SKARJION,
Auect for .1. St. Hin;rer Co.
Ko. S Enal. h'oin'th street,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
LESTER'S SEWING MACHINES.
1 WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
3. He simliiR piilillc that 1 am tho solo nuthorlr.od
Aeont for th aalo of the
LESTER'S IMPROVED SHUTTLE
SBWINfi MJCIIINES;
And bin well iicnumoted with ltamerits.and fnmlU
iar with its operation, I feel aniiiident. that those in
won t of such mi nrilci", willxlve it prelerouce ovki
all otliers now before tho pulillc.
1 deem It unnecessary to enumerate nil Its advan
tage, na Hume, who i!;;y wihh to parch ine wilt probi
bly prefer to S'ltlily tlieinnelvos by personal inspec
tion, which tbi'V miiv do by 'allinf? ut
No. IW tVft Konrih ntrcet.
tfflfPersoi'a niircbainu Leetor's Hnwlttn Miichltie
will receive pniciirai lieitmctieiis upon them froool
charge. All machines Marriuitnd,
WJI.M AM I.Af I1AAI, A cent.
No, M West t'opttb street, directly
JirSd-tf-t Oppoalte Pint Onioo.
"E -V" 111 1ST S '
fHAHl I'A(Tntf!V
SEWING MACHINE.
I belters I niak tha best Iiork-stlteb Sswiug Ui
nhltios. In the world. If thepnrt:tianrilos not think
no after ilk months trial, I will refund yon lbs
BOO J&T&JD SllO,
Price of Machine.
OFFICK AST) MALM B'iOMH-riniotly on
Nirthwest corner Mtlo and fourth streets, over
Owen's Jewelry eitabllabuient.
fl7All kinds of iwwlii-MseMns repaired, snd
llitht mactilnery manufiietiired at ths raelory,
Talnnt.sfreet,oirnerValnut and Fifth.
tftrAisnls wanted la othtr cltliw to sell mrBsw.
los-Mnchlnss. iddresn, I, KTAH9, Jr., Csnrtn
ntrl, 0. n'
1 Caiv luav iuo mm-tn rmw
TTTfirtTlT UTTTtrtTTn
iUJLOU JCi Aj JJiA.A SbVJ U D.
the
M
THOS. W. FAKRIN & CO.,
. WBOLESALK AND JIKT.MI,
LUM BE U PEA L E RS.
"ttTAItD 03f I'llEEM A5-ST., KEXT TO
M. (turintiuli, Ilurailton und Pnytpn liallroail.
Unwii'iM i. ill tloi attrutlou of purclutori ot Liuubor
t"tlielaUuinuaUilloll'rics.; .
Tn:dl. 4 Moll a.
Cloar,
3 lii. Flank, per M foot $112 oo 6fJ iw
S
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til i
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a; so
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ai
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12 :
12 .10
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17 fu
17 On
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40 Oi)
17 M
10 Oil
l) Oo
S.-7 01
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1 in. Tiotird,
:t In. l'lank,
i in, Boom,
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or nu
4: i
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js Oil
Si (III
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42 ou
& "0
21 7.i
:i (a)
III ii
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14 HO
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13 (
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18 M
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74
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10 en
12 C"l
S7 )
2 OU
1st Com.,
MCom..
1
a '
Crub Pl'k, i
11 Com.. 1 "
Wlille-plno Kendnu B'dt. "
Hemlock " " "
" Jolit4Soentl'ij,l(ift.anillu6ii
' " Uandl't...
Poplar 1 '
Finn ,f "
Oak ' "
let Cora. Vblt-sUia FIorinv Boanln,
2d Com. " " "
ltd Com. ii
leliow-plna Floorlna Boards,
' clenr for atopo .u
It Tom. Wbite-pitio Weather Coiudu,
M Cora. " " "
lt Com. Partition Boards -
2,1 Cora. "
For Dreswil Lnmbor, 8(40 for una
niile, und N for two idta oxtrn n il!
kat'linrKi'il.
No. 1 filiuvMl Hhinslea M
No. 1 Swh1 "
InlVrioi qunlltipi in proportion.
Oilar Feuring Posts, 4 by 4 ill. each..
'. Ilongh
Trwnat ' ' "
4
4 (IU.
4 HI
4 3
20
On tililH ort-JOOor OTor a further roiiuotiouoiapor
con t .la mode.
At tnew prirea we havo two or throo million foot of
(jo ul Sineoned Lumber lor aalc.
Parties wishing to purclnip LuuiIkt '111 do well to
glvounacall. 1'JIOMAS W. Jj'AKKIi & 00.
'au2-tfl
TIIEOIDDOMINIOS
TEA POT.
A II t nu R'S
SELF -SEALING
FRUIT CANS
AND
The bat now Iu tuo aud ull propurcd for Soallnir,
P Jl ATI'S
PATENT
Self- Ventilating
MILK PAN"
The greatest Invention yot. Fivory hoiia-kcF8r
should have one.
AllT!!Ctt, B'JRyOAM AOILnOT,
Maiiufactnrora of Piitont Article,
WTrado Depot for the Wost,
M East Penrl stroot, rinclnnatl.
JOHF.I'II It. UUUIiN, Aaenf.
WMend for a trade Circular. oul
W B. JD0DB3,
rortnurlyot Uall.Bodds A Co.i lata Urbtn.Cedii 1 (Jo.
W. Ii. Dddn tfe Co.,
URtrraoToiia. or tb
oonohbtb
Fire and Builnr Proof
IS JP ID 3Ti !
S. W. Corner of Vine A Hecortd StreeU,
TuU U the most reliable FIHK AND 110K8LA
PHiior HAKK that Is oiade In the United States, an
Is warranted perfectly froe from damp. Can lie sold
tt lower prices, and Is of bettor workmanship than
can ba found olaewhere.
We have a large assortment on hand, nnd ara do
torniined to sell at prices that cannot fall to please.
Old Sales
Tfte In exchange. HKOOND-BAND
way, on hacd at, extrenioly ley trices.
BAFI2.H al
71 T. aBRtN1i4 B
H. V. BlUSIHOEB.
BARItlXGER, &
CO.,
MaonfBcturers ot
Tbo Celebrated Patent Combined
COOKING STOVES," i
For WOOD or COAL. The melt convenient, eco
nomical and durable Cooking Wove over invented,
for Nte.inilioatn, Hotels, Restaurants and Private
Hones. Cooking aud boilinsr water for waali and
bath rooms, In law uuantiltoi, In any adjoining
ispartnient by t ho same tiro.
H'arrroomn, 317 Wain 6t., CIuclnnatL
OtritlKhtstomunnfncturnaudsoll these HTOVEH
may be secured on application to the proprietors, al
toeir Wfj jt";'"' j , ,
HOOFING.
Sitonstairs Fire and Hratcr rroof,
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC
COATING FOB EOOFS.
rjniTK CIIEAPE5T AND MOST DURABLE
' H Coating for Metal KiKift, or any Iren Work ex
posed in use. Wairnnted to witlmtHod tlm severest
tests of Meat, Cold. Main, or Sulphuric Acid, and ro
tnalu peritctly impervious to water. It will not
melt, erark, waih orscnleoff. For new, old. leaky
metal roofn, or for canvas roofs, it is Ml per cent,
cheaper than nuy other coating, All orders accom
panied lth the easli or sfttlslin-tory references, will
ho nr mptly filled. In any unnold turrit' ry flonthand
ft'en! jf New York and Pouujylvaniii. i'or further
Info- "itlon, apply to
r. rtoTB m oo.,
ole Prnprietoi'Bnml Muinfoctnrors.
eat Second street, Clnciunnti, Ohio.
KOOFJftfiil tlttOFIAC; !
rnKR "OIJTt'ALT ELASTIC ME-
J3L TAM.IO ItnoriKn'Mi offered to tha DUi'llc
is the best and cheapest Motal Koof now naed, lie
rerlte totted by an experb nee of years in this city
mil vicinity. Applied to Ilia nr steep, old or new
htilliliiiKs. Ko fii,ldcriis.-i-fii"teiiil a curely with
out exp'nre to tho action of the elements.
Ppyiared shtets, booi furalilpmont toauy part ot
the United States, can boappllrd by nuy one with
ordinary anechanlcal skill. Onlenpimnptly flllcj.
CAIiHWELL CO,
jylft.tf 13:: VioJt Second street.
KencifsElackteiry Anodyne.
VlDlIS MEDICINE IS 6FF7R13D TO TIIE
.33 er.hhc asnneoftlieht'St. if iiotlhevervbeHtniciil-
Iriimtb'it tins over been invented f. r fu.inilll ei, riy.
N-vrHT. UKOLi'.aa Im antuh, aud all other dorunpe.
nients of the stomach and 1'lnwtivo liruntia, wbirb
ire so prernlant and I'atnl In onr country corrects
fli di ( ted condition of (lie Livfr; nlliivs Nervons
I In A s, aiicli os is cmtsod by Tootliind.-Klves
t- ii,. iHilt by action Id tU howls, and withal,
p, h e n. in take. ll W-bmi
lUmiey! iTIoaiej! Jfloney!
PAWNBltOKER'S OFFICE.
lt,anoTCl from 50 Welt Sl-th-stient.
MONEY LOANElToN WATCHES, JEAV.
FLflT and all kinds of Merchandise r.t low
intra of interest, at Ko. 173 Vlne-sUsot, between
1'o'irtli aud Fifth. m
GLASGOW A NO N IiV VllHtt
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
BTIBAM TO (JLAHQO .oIVHRPOOL, HK.rAST
DUBLIN ,?.' LUKDOHDI'.Un?
rsoa ssw yona.
fjlnssnw, TfieniS'-n,Werlnalay, Ana. :i, at U neon
F.iliiilnirh,Onmiiilng,.i'dDiHiIay,Jnne 1, "
(JlnHaow, Thomson " July B, "
Kdlnliurh,Cuninili g.. " IiilyZT, "
rami hlahoow.
RdlnlirBrOninniln...Hatiinlsy, Way 7.
lilne
lecow. I nomsiin.nennrsnar, juty si.
Kdl
lllitl in. l n "iniliiit...
July J.
Bates of Passaste from New York. Philadelphia
Boatoii, to Glasvow, Llverpoul, llelfssl, IiuMln
Londonderry, first clan. Mt,wra.e,foiind with
at abundarieeof properly-c.oliiKl provisions, IJiO,
Ad experienced Surgeou altsclieit to each atuaiuor.
Ho r bar ire for medicines.
For Freighter J'bmsm, aptly In .
apK H9Bj2BT fJBAlO, I71lrviwlr.
JlOKANCE.
le
or
or
BY
STATE AUTHORITY.
Iwnpr-i-U t! 1 SI 9. Charier l-Vrpelual
ri,"; I lie I- e-.t:ll.;iv!r.lnOI.tir.r,:ill ill IVl&M).
te.lutii oil pii-ent Il eal fnsiiriiin i' C.oi.p'iiiiMnnd
A:ti'ii,.ii' i.itl.' loi'Mnicp biHloa'a in llibu'lty. '.i i
yeirn rr-nPiniil 'li l ero, conil'ltiid Mli wcilih, ox
tcri.niv, ei.t"M'ii'o wild lilK..-iiiiiy i.'.;'..ii.Hy mm.
mnd the yi:TN ln.iiraiii'o Ci mpii'i;. m (he iaTora
bio (int.roiir.eaii,' tliin oonitiiimiir " "O'li r: solitary
and aloDH the h.Ic survivor and liviu j uimMr of
Cincinnati noil ii iterof
Lo'a imi'" ii ClHPtnnui! durhio tuiat FIvo
OaaliO::itnial-v!il.O00,000.
tAUll.rTH AND rNI-UI'AIKMVl WITH A
SI.!Wi'I.tSi OS? l,o:ji, 123 80.
And tha ptmtli of 40 Twain HuccnMrHndoxrrluuvi.
INTESTUKNTU OF
Over $100,000 in OEiio Seciirlltos.
UI'WAIS 1)1 Oi?' iltS,OO,00O. I.S-i( M
U.ivo bo? n wll by tiio Vlltn i lusuranno Conipau) in
tlm put '10 years.
Kh'i tinil lulntitl Nitvimuion. Hlskaafwp'eil
at terms ciiuitHiit with aoiveni y and tair protits.
KIM'i lnl attoutiou given b lueiimnca of UwelllnS
ami C.ititoiits, for tornia f 1 lo !if s.
Application mad to any duly .ntliorlred Anenl
orum.ily att. ndil to. By ttriotaifeiitiou to a li'sit
iiiiiiiolii.iurniii o buiiiiioH, thin Company ia ouiiblcil
to oiler both Indemnity for Hie ptut and necuiity for
Ihn frtura, I'olli ii'nisanwlwitlioutdid.iy by
JAM. H. OAltTKn, Aflent, No. 40 Jlaiu atrcot.
A. V. PATCH, Vtaktuit Ai'ent.
11. K. MNflMKr, A.vnt 171 Vino ufrt-it.
J.J. HUOKKit. Anrtit. r"ul(iin.l7tli Ward. n
T' j fi E F0 U R TiTS . '
or th '
pitorrrs or ths bitsiuess
1)1 TIDED ANKOAMiT
to
POLICY-HOLDEFIS.
it. a
IH WALIi STBEET, SSW TOTIK,
ASU CAPITAL, 5tKI,099 110
AHET-, July 1, 1S9 l5,(Wl Si
MAOILITIi: . 1U,5J 3
niMV ATTENTION OF TIIH COMMU
Ji NITT l reepoi'tlully elle1 to the followinif
natures in connection with ihisOonipanv,
I'iiit IN iriMirina- In this Ciiiiipiny. the nlvniit
.neaof a M u'uhI Iiisinai'co Coninntiy are obtained,
irtih ihoiiildl'li..nMiiilntiiMeiitli.r'li illn Uio iei'iirlly
jMt n Iivmh ai-iinle and relinlile 1. ssli Cill'ilrtl h flia.
lure not presented i ycrdiiintj' Mutual Fire Insuranro
Cwmpanies. Toe ilivldenils tu customirs, already (la
clnr'd, lire us follows:
Find Pivlson to Pi llcy-Boldsrs, 1K4V, V per cent.
So, mill do, d ). do. 1 -DM, ai "
Third do. do. do. laW, Oil "
lincoHB The security jrivcu. which Is alreiidy large,
wlllrimstautly Increase with each yearol suoieisfol
.p'-ratlot s. This ia rzhildted ' le,irli in the follow,
hid statement, allow lull the position of tho Coinixuiy
iu oaeli year since the uew ayateiu was ad irti'd.
July, ffn. NotAeiiotoof tho Company, &W.?HJ 4S
' IW7, " " u 1I,7I9M
if,v, " " " 7M.W lit
" im, Gross Ascts, ' vo9,Ml 4
" " Linblll.iis 1,M4S
Turun-The Insumil Incur no l'nblHly whatTsr,
whilohtaiiiliitbosadv,iniaaenil'iiperlor security
ami "hoipiie8. UKO. T HOPH, I'rnideut.
H. U. Lamiiist, Socret .ry.
Cyaus Peck, Aatisruut Secretary.
SAM'L E. j'iACK & o Ants,
39 West Tliiril-stroot, t'liioliiniiH.
au29-am
aaaMMIiiW-aa-aa m m i
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
I in port mnl lii)roTeisicnt!
FOLDISfl SF11S0 H1TIBSS
WEIGHS OSbT 3 LliSl MANDFACTCKED,
WIIOLKSALK ASO RETAH, BY
BltfSETT &i0.,
H2tam Bvcaniore si rent, below fjtLtl
R' "U7i. IS1"M I
I;
T
1IIF, MOST ni.!MAHI,F, MRF. AND
BIT KGI.A K PI10OF rA F ES. They have given
mere satisfaction than any etlif-v now In use.
We offer a reward of 4N K TIlOiriANI) DIM,.
liAlt to aliT per"on tlmt nan, up to the preKeiit
time, shown Hiii.lc liistnm o wheieiu they have fulled
to ri- serve their contents.
With thisHAFK we challenge all cnmpetltloti,
helnpliie Its! Fin Proof, lluivhir Proof, or Firs
ami liurglnr Proof now tniuio; nnd are willinft
tost with uny eslnlilielm'ciit In I be Union, ami the
puny failing first, to forfeit to the other, the sum
V on re prepared to fnrnlsh n nefler Rnfn, and at lesi
cost, than any other manufacturer in the United
rltntns. , ,
Idiicoiid-hiiiul Sides ot other rimltei's, also on hand.
Worospectfiillv invifetliepiilillc to rail and eiaru
Ine onr stock before jmrclinsine "Isewhere.
II A Lb, C AKI10LL A CO.,
aool2-avt TJos. and 17 Earn Columbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BUDDY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholic, and
ILL PALVS H TIED STOMACH & COMFJ.S.
jrladc bf GEO. n. LI4JIIT,
WEOLK6AL1 DKUGQIRT, CINCINNin.
FOR SAM". ii J')t N I). FAliE, hUlRr,, UCIt.
KTINF.A CO., and DhuikIsIs i iiorally. Ordar
nt Wii.mims"v lUTrirxu, Nu. 4 Waltiiit ttrest
will bo attended to. iil8-iinvi
A FTER MAiJY YEAKB OF PRACTICAL
A ouporierice iu the an of IHuatsril-ninhing,
,iroprietoii, oiltr the alwve brand of Muaiard to
public, gnsrant. einii it aatrlctly euro article, nuino.
faeiitred from the best quality of seed, ciirofully
Imtedwlth tliedeslimofproilucliijiti Mnntaril hCI'R
Eil'lt IN FliAVdll AND PUMiENCY TO AKY
NOW IN i'iK. We have no Invitation In "living
tbittnll loveie of aooii 31 ustard villi (Imi the I. X.
to b that which I hey so frequent I) fall to obtain,
IrlUHTABK THAT If MliSTAKD.
ttV'Oraers promptly tilled.
UAKRI80N A WILSON,
IbM gl wnil 101 Wajnufrntrrf t.
Composition Roofing
rgTJE utiilorIncJ Ii uretmrsil lu put on
Jt Comiwflillou lloolof the teat niiallly at sbiirt
'(hnr'nln J B. llrucs'l Carriage Boposttory, our
er Third and Vino.
susr UOODR ni vniin! Dousiaaiqi on aana, son
mb nnnu. uti
i j. a. yOsLi,
sit.
.
mm k
Mi
lfmn
:.l .1
RAILROADS.
JUNE 20. 1859.
Cincinnati. Hamilton & Dayton.
RAILROAD.
CLOUR DAILY TRAIS3 lEAVfl TUB
HiUh-atreet Depot.
I'm lint i nn tbrouab to Indianapolis, Iima, Sen
(li'-kviniil Clevofatni withfliHchxngaofcars.
ToiniiL'li Tlokota for all Kaatein, Western, Horth.
orupnd North-woatern cltlea.
iifA. ni. EXflt KMh TUAIN fOolnmbtntlraN
wliHi iniioven minutes tauter than Olucianatl) lor
Cleriund and Pittubui'g, via Dolaware, Diahos closn
oeiiiiertlon at Cnillinn fur Pittsburg, llaltlmorm
PliUudelplila and Now York: aud at Cleveland ftt
Uualkirk, Itnlliilo, lloslouand Now York, Alao,i.
nncti at Did ton with Iwytou and M icliliran Uoad for
Tn, Pinna, Sidney, Ijima, Toieilo, Ustroit. Kott
Wnvna aurt Cliicayo, rnwcliiiilj Toledo at ;i:.K), llotroit
ut o'i)0, mill Chkaito ut 7:ao P. M., (jtilnoy and Oalenfl
nt 7 A. M. AUo.ut Dayton with Hreeuvilloand Mianrl
(lo.id, for UrcoiiTille, Union, Winchester and Slun.
cin. Aim), coiineets at Uirlimonil with ludluna Con.
trill lioad, for lndlannpolN, biifuyello, chicaaii.Tarro
llanin, 8t. Lduh, anil all Western citbs. Also, at
ltieluiioml with Cliiclniiuti uud Clilcaau Eoad, mr
Aiitl'- ivnii, Kokomo mid Poru. Alao, ounncots wild
JniH.tlon Kailrnml at llnnilltun for (HlVril.
S A. M. .11 A 1 1. T1S AIN -Vor Dayton, HTtriBfr
111 Id 'nd Sandusky (ViinoMs at Handttekjr w!l
KT K A Jl KR for VKTKOI T; ut UBBA N A for OULQM.
liflti; at Foreat illi i'lttsburs, K .Tt Vnynoand Ohr
uio fiimd. B.,et and West; ai Clyde, with C, and To.
lo. to I. uuil tor Clove I in d aud Uufliili, ljuledo, Hmoit
mid Chlcufro. Tbla train also eonnoon at JiJiLA
W .A Uf, with the (1., C. Jt C. ilnad lor CloveKnd and
luin ti Kant; alnncnnneow atliauilltonwith Juuctlojk
Jir-llrnad for Oxford,
iH) 1. nt. TKAIN-I'fir Dayton, Sprlncaald
uiiil Snidiisky Conuecta at Furost with Pittabiirr,
i'Olt Wayne end Chinvjo Hoad. Knst and West: at
Clyde wllh 0, uud Toledo Road lor Cleveland auglliil.
fnlo. Toledo, Detroit and Chicago. Aino, connects ut
Uiciiiiiond for Indiiiiiurtilia, 'JVrro Haute, Hi. LouM
and Chlciti,'o, Also, unnnoctswlth JtiuotiooBallruid
at iJiunilion fordxIVinl.
i. T II A I N For D7Mn, Troy, Pltina, mi.
ivy, blina, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wajne aud (Jtil.
I'liito, rmtcblna Cbloago at H A. M,
u4"Tlie.naiii A. tl. tr.-.lns connect at I'larolautt
Hitii htwuiuiird for i'.nffulo.
Fur further informal ion and Ticket, apply at tli
Tiil.ot oa!ioa-ii(,ilh-o.uit coruur Front and Broad
ay: So. Iild Wntnut-slrmt, n-ar Gllieon Housol at
ti' now Ticket Oflice, on the west side cf Vino-street,
lietv,,.V)ii FostoOlcomid llurnul llouan; at the Waluir
ciiri e- Uoum, or ut tho M.tli-l tiv.'t Depot.
auin V. M' liAltlJN, Snporlutenileut.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily
iHKJii; TlinOUGU EXPRESS TRAINS.
Fii3t Tniln No. 1 sixpriis. at tf A. 11 ., connects via
OolupibueiiiKlClevubiii'l, via Columbus. Crestline and
Pittubiiruli, via ColmnbiLi, rjten lieuville mid Pltts
liurcli, IioliiiitvfiiCli veliinduiitl stouiner. Tliis Train
Ho),s, betixion Clncmmiti and (Joliimlius. nt Love,
laud, Oeorflold, Moivoiv. Xeiilii, Odurville, SoutU
C'hariestun, London mill Wool Jofioreou.
second Tialn- ho. 2 Kxviws. (it U:5uA. M., Cncriecfa
i-ta (lolunibun. Uellnlr uud Ueuwood: Whuolitn). viu
llnl niubus, fctoubenv illcnail Pit Isbnrg: via Oolumbus
(Veetilno and l'ittsbtirn: tin ColunibuK aud Clevn.
lain!; Octroi I., viaClovelHtirt eul stcaineri White t!iil.
pliur KtJitloii.via tiprluaHebl. ThieTmln etnps n:
Iwean Cliiclnniitl and Ci'iuo.liils, at Plaliivlllo, Jill.
ii.nl, Mbiiulviile, Lovetaud, Hoerilolil, Morrow, Ctr
win, Spi'ii.K bailey, Xeniiiaml London,
'I'liit'il Train Ai-coioiiiodatlon, at 4:40 P. M., far
l.'nl'jiuliUHiuul tiprlouliebi.
Fourth Triiin NiKht Kvpress.ot 11:80 P. M.i con
iincti via Coluuibu-., llellnlr ami Benwood; Wheeii&
vl'i CVdumbiis, titoubonvillo and I'ittxhurs; via Co
linnbiis, Cruetliue und I'llttbuiij; via Columbus aud
illovi liind. This train etope at Lovelend, Morrow,
i Vruin, Xeniaand London. tJLPtM( O&liS OS
X'iili TKAIN.
No. I Kxpreas, thioogbtoClnielaudwIthoutchaiiiiS
of cuts.
No. a ttxpross.lhrouiih to Wbi.ellngwlihout oUause
of cars.
Tho M 10MT KXPUHMS riain l.ivlt'.g Vltiol-uaU
atll-.W 1". Jl., runs dally, uxcept SATCUDAY3. Th
other Traliia run dally, extvM tt I' Nil AYS.
For all lnforraatlou.and rlirousli 't'ickota to lios.
too, icv York, I'hl'oulcli liia, lialiimore, Washlni.
ton, Uuffnlo, Niiif.nr.i Palis. Ihniktik, Olovelaiid,
I'iti-sbitrH, Wbimliuij, aud all the kaslern places,
Hl'Plyat the'likces, vValuul htpjst House, No. I Hut.
u t IlundA, south -east corm rot flroadway and Front
streols, and at tbo rjaatern lepit.
Trains ru'i by Colitinlnsa tltno, which It seven inlu
die fatter than Cincinnati time.
I nr: 1.-ur. u...
Omiilt.Ufii? ca'.L?rpai)tD(iori by leaving ilirectiost
at the Ticket Oln-ea. aiyir
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
ADN THE NORTHWEST,
ADN THE NORTHWEST, VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Only Ouo Ckiuyc of Uirs istioeen Cincinnati
' and Chicago.
Thioo PnH(.HBrTruinsloiive Cltiolnnatldafly, from
the font of Mlllnnd Front streeMi.
.'r.'Ki A. M. Ciitcito Mail on iieii at Indianapolis at
10:30 A. M.; Chiuiso at 7:W 1 . M. This trlfn eon.
noctn with all uiii'nt trains on I of Chicago, for ths
Weal and iiortli-wi .it.
12:00 M. Torro Hautoanil L.ijfayotte Aixyimmodn-.
tiou arrives ut Indianapolis, nt ft: O P.M., uiahlng
direct connections at IndunapJIs with Terre Ilanta
'i'rains and Indianapolis aud Lahiyette trains tuji .
IJecatur. Spvlngtleld, Sapbs, Cniney, Hannlljlaa
bt. Joseph; also with Pern tralus for Peru, Fl.Wayus
and Toledo.
0:(io P.M. Chlcaaotxprrts arriTPsst ludlanapolU
at 10:9) P. M.j Chicago nt 7:4(1 A.M. Making close
cnunr.ctlonsnt Chicago with a I morning trains out
of CI icai.o. This train ooiu icts at lii'li iiinpolij
with Terre Haute trains for all points West aiu
Narlliiveiii.
Hit "nlng cars aro attached tc all the night trains
ou this lino, and run thiough to Chicago without
clirttiHu of cam.
This Is exclusively a Postern and North-western
route, nnd with favernble ami roliable arrangements
with nil couiieclle rouds thiougbont the entire
West, Huarantees unusiuil cere and lite amplest so
commijdatlnus to the pationaol tbia line.
KV He sore you nre in llie rlgut ticket office before
you r'lrcliti'ie your tickets, arid ask lor tickets via,
LnwroncebiirK and liullenupolli.
aro the same as by any other rents. Bsiae
Cliacknd r.tiriinvb.
THltOl'OU TICKETS, goed until used, can be oh
tnini.d at the tlckot oiUctia, ut Hpcuoer Home Corner,
uorth-east corner Broadway ard Front; No. 1 Bur
net House Corner; at the Wain-1 -street Uonse, and
at Dopot office, foot of Mill, on Front street, where
all neo.einnry Information may be had.
Omnibuenca rim to and from ack train, and w
call fin paisongors at all hotels und all parts of the
olty, bj leavinj address at eiietoHjce
royir) flonerel Tlcknt Agenlt,
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
to
Gioat: Throiiffh Route for
llfiUANAPOl.lrl,
fKKKB HAt'TK,
1ST. LOUIH,
liAFAYXl'TB,
CHICAGO,
LOOANHPORT,
PKHO.
FORT WATNB.
TWO I'AJIjYTHROUOUTKAINSleaveBlxth stroo
bep atfi A. IvTund l:n P. M.
a A . M.-l WDIAN APIM.IS, Ml . LOUIS A CtllOA
00 FAST EXPRESS. Thromrhdirert,maklnn close
oontini'.tiiiiiH for all other Western and North-a estern
points. This Train also cuniiecisiit Ulchinotnl with
Oiiu-liuiatl and Chlwilto (loads, for Anderson, Koko
mo, LiiKnuaport, and all points on Wabash Yallsy
''i'MMrV M.-I.NKIANAP0U8. 41II1CAGO Jt ST.
LOCIH NHillT KX PRKH8.-The above Tralnu mains
close coniiectiniisat Inillanajinlie, bnfnyntte and Chi
cago, with Trains for Terro llaule, Bprinijfleld, Uook
IsCind. flealnir, Kenosha, La ( Voiiso, Jacksonville,
Diiiville, Hnrliuuton, Mllwimkii,', Dlaitoun, Nnflwi,
',),le-i.i. Qnlncy, Pralri- 'in .'blu, I'liuti, Peoria,
Ilnnleltb, Tlnrlnw, D' Catnr, Illooiiiliiirtoi,, Jollet, a
SaMe.tit. Paul, and ail towns and cities in the North
wet. ' :
iHTTIirongh Tickets given lull llaggnfe obeckwl
Ihrouvh.
IVirfnrilierliiforniatb'n and Through rickets, ap,
n!y lo Ticket offices, iioi lli-eaat earner ot Front and
Hniadwny; No. K.'.i Walnut street, near Fourth; at
south-east corner of Fourth und Vino stiwt, or 4
the Ki.vlb-stciwl Uf pot.
D. II B101IUOW. 'nr.' 'ntendint.
Orr.iiihusss will cull for paHen , r to, viiig tholr
13rt u. f. flBtuT.
left
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OANDY Z O A N D Y
(SncotittT to HrindCti)
Maiiufavttn-tii and IVboluBiiIo Deal or
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FI'NE &ND OANDIHJ,
40 MAIS BTPKET, CINCIrSBT T
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ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEAfiEfl GV
THK PKl.N, IinKUMATIS.I, P1MHAHK8 Of
WOJH'II, and such Chronlo rosnplalntsni msvbo
benellttwl by the Ilygrenlc. and Atrunpathlu system
of hlsofflce. - V
Vnpor, flulplmr, Todlrie, Arsenic, Mercury, TnrV
klsh, KtlSFlan and Klectro-Clieuiicnl Hat lis, a DIs
pensaryof Modlrino, and overy tnautior of Kloctrii)
and Miignstlc Appnrattts.
HO. 87 WEST SIXTH-SHEET.
B-JCi-t'u)MknA. V.Uer. U. su!'.'-K
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