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THE PRESS.
OmCB, 14 WEST F0URTH-8TBRBT.
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SATDttDAY-- SEPTEMBER SI
A SONG FOR SEPTEMBER.
BY THOMAS W. PARSONS.
Septembsrstrews the woodland o'er
With many brilliant oolorf . ,..4; .
The world is brighter than bewBiMi; w..
Wliy should our hearts be duller?
Borrow and the trarlet leaf, .r'
Sad tlioufbtu and sunuy weather r
Ah, mrl I 111 J glory and this g(j?( KJ
Agree not well together, . .
Thlalt the partftig tcason this i
The time wtK'n frieads are flying; -
And lovow now, with many a kiia,
Theirlong farewelLerosighing.
Why is earth o gaily rlnil? f i ' '. , ';
This potup that anuinin henretll . ... ,ljL
A luneral seems wliere every fiieet
A bridal gurmetit woaretli.
Kach one of us, perchance, may hern,
I In mine blue morn hereafter,
Hetnrn to view the gaudy ear, -r : :t
Butuotwitkboyishlaiibtcr;
We thall (lieu be wrinkled ineu, : .
Our brows with allvor laden.
And thou tliia glen maynt seek again.
But never wore a maiden!
Nature perhaps foreseen that spring
Will touch Iter teeming liosoin,
And that a few brief months will brim ir
The bird, the bee, the blossom; . ,
Ah! these forests do not know -
Or would Ipm brightly wither i:
The virgin that adorna them eo
Will never more come hither! . ,
1MLU '
Advantageous to Know.
Many a death has resulted from an
accident when a little skill iu the treat
ment of a wound might have prevented a
sacrifice of life, In the excitement atten
dant upon the injury of a fellow-being, we
are too apt to lose the presence of mind
necessary to a proper consideration, of
the means by which relief can be ren
dered; and the necessity of making, our
selves perfectly familiar with the manner
in which wounds and injuries should fee
treated in cases of emergency for the
knowledge of the proper means to lie
adopted for the stoppage of bleeding from
a wound may be of service! to OS when
we lenBt expect it 'i -
First, if the blood flows out in a, stream,
notic particularly whether the: stream is
an even, steady, or a jerking or a pulsa
ting stream; if it is even and steady, the
probability is it is from a vein, particu
larly if the color of the blood is a dark
red. Bleed ing from an artery is peculiar:
the blood is of a lightj scarlet color; the
strewn comes in that jerking mariner
which is seen when a fire-engine.is play
ing upon a high building. To stop trie
How of blood in a vein, first olose the
wound with the hand firmly, then fold up
any cloth, tow, flax or leather, make it
into a hard pad an inch thick, at least
large enough to cover the entire wound ;
bind over this firmly any bandage, hand
kerchief or strap, or even the bark ef
tree ; raise the wounded part higher than
the body of the patient ; keep him quiet ;
if he has bled a large quantity give him
(if at hand) a little spirits and. Water, and
send for the doctor. If the Weeding1 is
from an artery take your handkerchief,
tie it around the limb between the wound
and the heart; put a strong stick under
the handkerchief ; give it two or three
twists and you will stop the Mood, if you
have mode it tight enengh. - In all other
respects the same treatment as above.
In all small wounds merely elevating
the part higher than the body and retain
ing it so for a short time wifl arrest the
bleeding. . , , .
For bleeding at the nose, apply ice to
any part of the body, moving the ice
around ; it in best to apply it to tho arm
pits, nape of tho neck," Ac. Keep
the patient quiet ; do not let him cou,'h,
Ae., or bleeding will return.
"It's What You Spend."
"It's what thee'U spend, my son," said
a sage old Quaker, "not what thee'U make,
which will decide whether thee's to be
rich or not" This was only Franklin's
advice in another form: "Take1 care of
the pennies, and tho pounds will take care
of themselves." A cotemporary remarks :
Men are continually indulging in small
expenses, saying to themselves that it is
only a trifle, yet forgetting that the aggre
gate is serious, that even the Bea-shore is
made up of petty grains of sand Ten
cents a day, even, is thirty-six dollars and
a half a year, and that is the interest of a
apital of six hundred dollars.
The man that saves tea centeaday
only is so much richer than him who does
not, as if he owned a life eBtate in a house
worth six hundred dollars. Every sixteen
years ten cents a day comes to six hun
dred dollars ; and, if invested quarterly,
does not take half that time, But ten
oents a day is child's play, some will ex
claim. Well, then, John Jacob Astor used
to say that when a man, who wishes to be
rich, has saved ten thousand dollars, he
has won half the battle. Ivofc that Astor
thought ten thousand dollars much. But
he knew that, in making such a sum, a
man acquired habits of prudent economy
which would constantly keep him advanc
ing in wealth. How many, however,
spend ten thousand in a few years in
extra expenses, and when, on looking
back, cannot tell, as they say, where the
money went to. . To save is the golden
rule to get rich. To squander even in
small euuis, is the first step . toward the
poor-house. 1 '
A Nest op Rbciprs. A hot shovel held
ever varnished furniture, will take out
white spots.
A small piece of glue dissolved in skim
milk and water will restore old crape.
Ribbons should be washed in cold suds
and not rinsed.
If your flat irons are rough rub them
well with 'fine salt ' .
If you are buying a carpet for durabil
ity, choose small figures. .
Seotch snuff pnt on holes where crick
ets come out will destroy them.
Haifa cranberry bound on a cor will
soon kill it
Commander op the Mcr.ES. During
the march of one nf th h;, ..,v,n r i ,?.
army from Vera Cruz to Jalapa, a team- 5
ster was heard tn mnn ...J 9
iu Bneurneverc-
ly at hw mnles. The General, who did
not happen to be in uniform, rode up to
him and peremptorily ordered him to
top his noise.
"And who the devil are you ?"
"I am commander of this division "
"Well,then,commanderof this division
I am commander of the mules, and I wili
holler at 'em ns much as 1 please !"
The Next Thino to It. "fiot any ice
at your end of the table, Dill ?'
"No, butlv'e got the next thing to it"
"What'ithat?" ,
"A severe cold,"
K""Wlint church do you attend. Mr?
Partington?" - "Oh, any paradox church
where the Gospel is dispenied with."
'"'ugngimiiii at amnpnrar
Saturday Evening.
The phrase is richly suggestive of pleas
ant thoughts. There is a hushed, mur
murirv' music in the sound, like the slow
dying awuy of the world's busy hum.
The Tabors of tho week are ended, and
the toiling world turns homowurd. The
li tfiil fever of the business world burns
lata fiercely, und south ins; influences ebb
buck into the heart. Words full of peace
nutl of rest to tho mas.s. They tell of the
ending of the week of toil. They speak
of the waiting board in tho cottage and
farm-house and of childish forms on the
watch in the porch, open door or by tho
gato. They glow with the slow, lingering
sunlight of the evening, at last gently
fading out to tho plaintive lowing of tho
herds, or the tinkling of bells. The
bleating of the lambs, too, breaks dis
tinctly througli the twilight, and birds,
whose bills ore not yet under thriving, are
twittering like children befuro they slum
ber. Wo love Saturday night for the
rest which it brings, and for the associa
tions which it awakens.
No Mother.
"Sho has ne mother ?"
What a volume of sorrowful truth is
comprised in that single utterance no
mother I
We must go down the hard, rough path
of life and be innured to care and sorrow
in their sternest forms, before we can
take home to our own experience the
dreadful reality no mother without a
struggle and a tear.
Hut when it is said of a frail young
girl just passing from childhood toward
tho lifo of a woman, how sad is the story
summed up in that one short sentence 'I
Who new shall administer the needed
counsel? Who now shall check the
wayward fancies ? Who now shall bear
with the errors and failings of tho moth
erless daughter ?
Deal gently with the child.
Let not the cup of her sorrow be over
flowed by the harshness of your bearing,
or your unsympnthi.ing coldness.
is she heedless of her doing ? Is sho
forgetful of her duty ? Is she careless in
her movement ?
Remember, oh! remember, she has no
mother I
Herknadixu As this is the serenading
seapon, the following is timely. Tho
Janesville Times says several young gents
went to the residence of a young damsel
a few evenings since to give her a sere
nade, and after tooting for some tune, tho
door was opened and a male servant
stepped out, who, walking up to the harp
ist, exclaimed, "Aly friend, the folks nre
all a-bed ; you can't get a cent here to
night I" Imagine the feelings of those
voting men.
The Ruling Passion. Wife and I,
says a friendly correspondent, were look
ing nt some pictures in which little naked
angels wero quite conspicuous. Pho
called the attention of our wee daughter
to them, and Temarked: "Tiiz.y, dear, if
you nre a good girl and go to Heaven, you
will he like those angels," Li.;;y looked
up, with a lip that told at once that she
didn't appreciate the promise, and said :
"I want to be dressed better than that
when I go to Heaven I"
(.loon. MaTiy years -ago, a Justice was
called to a jail to li'oerato a worthless
debtor, by receiving his oath that he
wasn't worth live dollars.
"Well, Johnny," saidtlie Justice, as he
entered, "can you swear that you nre not
worth five dollars, and never will be ?"
"Why," answered the other, rather
chagrined at the question, "I can swear
that I am not worth that sum at present."
"Well," returned the Justice, "I can
swear to the rest; so Htep forward,
Johnny."
SwEARiNfi. "Mother, I heard sister
swear." "What did she say?" "She said
she was going to wear her darned Block
ings to-morrow."
BUSINESS CARDS.
ANDERSON A ttAWNAFORD.Archltect
Manchester Itni'.diug,
8. W, corner T. hird and Sycamore sts.
yi Cincinnati. o:no.
Madison House,
MAIN STREET,
BETWEEN FROST AND SECOND, CINCINNATI.
F P. CAH1LL, Proprietor.
JyHcm
Book -Binding
f N JILL ITS BRANCHES, NO. 8 EAST
'jj'fth-street, between Mala and Sycamore, Ciu-
i !uy,.blndin; In ev.(ry style. Music Book neat
ly arid durably bound. C. CROP PKB.
f Jy29-f.ml
D. DE FOREST,
Book Binder and Paper Ruler,
Third stop Timet Bui Jdlng, will do ail work In hi
nnewitii rieatneasand, dispatch. jy2H-ly
PtLLAN St WILLIAMSON,
IA tlit old ttand of Pullan, Hatfield k Brown,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
Mo. 63 WKSIT BKCOND ST.,
eiKamATi.
jema milah, formerli of Pallan, Hatfield A Broun
WtiB. WILLIAMSON, IQrM-AOW
THOS. H. WEASNElC
DEALXB II : Alt, KINDt OF
BUILDING LUMBER, LATH,
BHlliGLES, KTO., ETC.,
3M riiim Strett, Cinclunntl, Ohio.
jy28-cm
F. M. MOORE,
AnOECITEOT-
N. COltNEH THIRD & RACK STB.,
OINSIHl'ATI, OHIO.
Or drt prompttyatteniled to. mlT.
bVeittredge & CO.
1:14 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI, O.
KITREDGE & FOLSOM,
it St. Chariot ttrott, Now Orlesm, La.,
Importer of (lutw& portIn Appnrnia-,
AND MMJ.KRB Jit OBIt FOWDKR.
LEI NtiF.&T HVI.. JAMnTrRRBT
L. BYL & CO..
CiEAtfKRS OP SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. IK) Kiitbi.fitit, hetwwn Vine and Race, in
tn Modi, ml (Jolltvc, Cincinnati, Ohio. Porsonenli.i
lny favor-us witti tiiHir pitronapp.canrply on pnni!.
tualityan i loiarice sipl-ay
ENGRAVING,
14 - 1VEST FOURTH HTltP.KT.
BOOB Ml VTE3, CASH OAi-KS, ST ATI ONER V,
fin., ate,, etc.
Pure, S till & Sparkling Wines,
..UBTESEsilELBTi
HaarerooTfil b.i WIHI dEMiABto No. 1 tt HA J'
MOW BTHICfcy timn Third itret. ""m
f J." J. BUTLER'S
12iecIfiior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory, Jp Vine at, .
SEWING MACHINES.
TOUKTGr'S
Improved. Two-Threaded Lock-Stitch
FAMILY SEWHtTG MACHINE
25, $30 and $35.
THE SATISFACTION WHICH THESE
machines hna Riton to thono whu havi heeii
mini; them. In all kinld of Family Sewing, lenda nt
to recommend tlii'in to the public, Willi tlie fullcut
confidence that they will Rive enlira HnilHlm.tiou
whiTever uaed. Amde from nil kludnof aewiiiH.they
KMiienuiaa beautifully. They are in all renprcta, an
ivg.rdBtheexecmiouof wurlc, riiNt-vlw Jtaclilnea.
Tlioy are now on exhibition at the JTelr. H e shall
take pleaauro iu explaining the working 01 our ma
clilni'H, and gifo pol'iinous of our work to all who
will favor im with a call at our eule-roorne, coi ner of
YineiiuU r ifth-dtroeU, over Cole A Hopkini'e more.
To persona residing out oftheoity, who will in
clowns a three-cent tnuip, with their aildreas, we
will send our circular, with specimens of work.
P. O. Box 2,30(i, t'incinimti, O.
ftr Agcntt wanted throughout Ohio and Ken
tucky, tepl.laiii"
$30. $30. $30. 30.
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitch
SEOUBED BY EECBNT LETTERS PATENT.
rfliniS MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO
JL NOUNCKD by all competent JiiiIkpr. who
have seen it. to lie the beat anil most desirable Fam
ily Sowing; Machine ever introduced, rctmrdloaa
of price. It will tew all kinds of family Roods,
Irom Hie vrr thickest to thovery finest fahriCB made,
and usea all klnila of thread, from No. S to 21X1.
No oil lauNeil on top of tho Machine.
Uend for a circular, or call and seo it in operation.
Upon early application, Stale aud County ItujhUmay
be secured.
An energetic person can make a fortune In a short
time, Ageuta wanted in all untold territory.
11. f!. BI'KT.tlAN,
Si la and exchtslvo agent for the United States,
sepufmr HS West i'ourth-atroot, Cincinnati.
a.CKNilTIN&Co.
BBALERS IN
A1), WEBSTER & CO.'S
(liateHuut, Wehster ACt.'a,)
SEWING MACHINES,
Xo. (i Fourth-street, Cincinnati.
On the 1st of October -ve n 111 roruove tt
No. 80 West Fourth-street,
C2AZETTE BUILDING.
Lepl2
Sloat &Co.
sewing 11aciiinbs,
C'lnclncntl, Office 5'i Worn Fourth ttreot.
gf THOSE INTENDING TO PURCHASE,
we dealre a personal inTestigalion of tho com
parallvn merita of theso Sewing Machines with all
othrs in the market,
aull FBANK HENRY, Agent.
KELSEY & CO.'S
SEWING -MACHINES
OfBce-30 West FoTirth-street,
CINCINNATI.
WK ASK OF A DTSCRIMINATINQ
ptihlic, in pursuit of a reliable Howiug-Ma-rhino,
the most risitl comparison of the merits of
these f.lucbiiioH with all others in the market. Wo
court it, being Hiiro it will result in our favor.
D. W. H.AHBINCiTON A. ().,
aits' Aaeuts.
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES.
Prlcci Heducrd to 950, 975, $110 and $125.
Mlncer'a New Family Sewing Rlaclilne,
The price of which Isonlygvi, Is alight andelegunt
ly ilecoiaUrl Machine, capable of performing, In the
best style, all the sowing oft private family.
Blngeir'a Triuiwvcme shuttle Illnclilae,
To be sold at?7.l, is a Machine entirely new in its ar
rangement; It is viiry beautiful, moves rupidly aud
vary easily, and, for family iibo and light manufac
turing purposes, is tho very best an ' cheapest Iilu
chiuuuTer offered to the public.
Sluger'H No. I Htnndnrd Hlinttle ninchlne,
Formerly told at VI35. liut now reduced to 8110, It
known all ovor the world. Every sort of work can
be done with it.
gincrer'M No. 3 Stnudnrd Hhuttle Mnelihte,
This is the favorite mannfactnring Machine every
where Price, with table complete, V123.
MTScnd for a Circular.
JAMES SKARDOIT,
Agent for J. M. Hinger & Co.
No, 8 Eut Fourth street,
jcU-t CIMOINNATI, OHIO.
LESTER'S SEWING MACHINES.
f WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
the tewing public that lam the solo authorised
Agent tor tue sale vi tuo
LESTER'S IMPBOVED SHUTTLE
SEWING MACHINES;
Anil being well acquainted withits merits, and famil
iar with its opirution. I feel aonndent that those iu
want of such anartlcln, will give it preference over
all others now before the public.
I deem it unnecessary to enumerate all its advan
tages, as those who may wish to parchase will proba.
bly prefer to satisfy themselves by personal inspec
tion, which they may do by calling at
No. it'-i Went Fourth afreet.
AfeVPcraons purchasing Lester's Hewiug Machtno
will receive practical instructions upon them free ol
charge. All machines wurrauted.
WlIiMAIU KAPIIAM, At-enr.
No. 92 West Fourth street, directly
JyM-tf-t Opposito Post Office. ,
EVENS'
BI A N U FAfJTUR INQ
SEWING MACHINE.
I believe 1 mako the bett Lock-itltch Bowing Ma
chines, In the world. If the purchaser does not think
to after tlx months trial, I will refund yon tlia -
SBO L3NTI &XXO,
Price of Machines.
OFFICK AND HAliH K'OMrl-I)lrectly on tho
Unrthweat rnmer Main and Fourth ttreehf, over
Owen's Jewelry establishment.
ff-AH kinds ofScvrinc-Marlilnes repaired, and
light machinery Manufactured, at the 1'actory, 167
Wnlnnt-streot, comer Walnut and Fifth.
S"Apent wanted In other rilica to sell my Sow.
fng-Machines. Address, P. HVANS, Jr., Cincin
nati, 0. aii'i'.
TO CONTRACTORS.
Ornctor Cuic imjiati Car Iiuiit and CokkCo.,1
Cincinnati, Sepieoilior ID, NV. I
CJEALED ' PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
fj UKIVROat this office until thoM day of October
in it for thefiiniishingand laying of about one mil
lion and a quarter of brlr ks.
Proposals will lie received fur the furnishing and
laying, both jointly and separately.
Plan and specifications may bo teen by applying
to th e Engineer, al this otilfe, from 7 till A. H,
sep-.Ott . WM. I: CIjAUKK, Kecratary.
BBllAlirTiTSlffiSV,' ATTORNEY
-4T LAW, Obaao UnildlUi!t,No. 6 East Third,
ttreet. : tepSay
MISCELLANEOUS.
THE OLD DOMINION
CDOJPJPJUIZS
Ann " i'
TE-A POT.
IBTHIIB'S
SELF -SEALING
FRUIT CANS
ANII
J" J2l 31 3,
Th best now Iu use and nil prepnroil for Scaling.
PR. A T T'JB
PATENT
SelMentllatlng
MILK- PAPJ
Tho greatest invention yet. Every house-keepor
thoulil nave one.
ARTllUn, EUENHAM A OILIlOr,
llanafacturers of Patent Articles.
WTrade Depot for the 'West,
21 East Poarl stroot, Cincinnati.
JOSEPH R, GltEK V, Acent.
pnn for a trcile Circular. aul
SOUTIIGATE HOUSE,
Hoiith-oastcorner of Sixth and Ulm, Clnoiunati, 0.
TUE SUBSCRIBER HAVING EENEWED
IiIb ldase of the Sonthgnte House, aud expended
a largo amount of money In painting, carpeting, and
refurnishing it, introducing bathing-rooms, Wutur
closets, and evory possible convenience and luxury
througliru t,invitea a contiuunuce of the public pat
ronage. Ilpfeelsconllilont that the liovse will be
found, withits recent improvements, in a better
condition than when first opened for the reception of
guests. The location of the hotel is central and con
venient, either for up-town visits or down-town
business. Meals are regulnrly served at the table
d'hote, or iu private rooms, aud furnished nt nil
hours. The terms are $1 per day, and accommoda
tion equal to ally Si 60 per day houso iu the city.
Tho house will ho kept ofven night and day, at nil
hours. Omnibuses will be in at tendance to and from
the cars. Breakfast for early train. And for the
rest, the proprietor leaves his guests to speak for
liini. sopl-nni F. V. WATSON, Proprietor.
HENRY DAVID,
mjO. 278 MAIN STREET, BETWEEN
lfl SIXTH AND 8EVKNTH, Manufacturer and
Imoorterof tioaiw. Pcrfnaerv and Fancy OooiIh. has
just received, por steamer, a lot of Porte Monniavs,
Ulgar l;ases, iirnsiies, enmua, rortumery, iieel jiur-rou-and
Fancy Goods of all descriptione; alsoucom-
filofoastortment of Handkerchief Extracts, which
ic is prepared to sell at u figure lower thau any other
dealer in tho city. Also, received f ills day from Hew
York, a large lot of David's Ohio and Ill.ick Writing
and Marking Inks which the subscriber will be nblu
to sell at. manufacturer's iirices. Jobbers and re
tailers will please call in and examine before pur
chasing elaewhere. All kindsof Extracts at twenty
five cents per bottle. Kemetalie-r the place, 276 Main
street, between Nixth and Soventh. fepfi
IfTEAS! TEAS1! TEASI!! I HAVE CON
M. 8TANTLV on hand a largeand well-telecterl
stock or (Ireen nuil Black Teas, which I offer at
prices below competition.
J. TERGU80N, Grocer,
sepl7 Corner Ninth and Vine.
KANE CRACKEBS. A, FULL SUPPLY
of those excellent Crackers always on hand.
Also, Soda Crackers, Abcrnettv Hlscuit and English
Cracknells. J. FERGUSON, (Jrocor,
Repl7 Cornor Niulh uuil Vine.
F
RESH TABLE BUTTE R. I HAVE
miiile ariauiemeiits to have a constant simnlv
of Fnisli Table Duiter, with which families may bt
supplied by leaving theironlers with
J, KKRGUSON, Grocer,
sep!7 Cornor Ninth and Vino.
Formerly ot Hall.Dodds A Co,; late TJibauJledds A Cr,.
W. 11. DtnhU & Co.,
K4TOFACTHBEBJ Of TBI
OONOH.BTE
Fire and Ilurglar Prool
8. W. Corner of Vlnn A Second Streets.
This It tho most reliable FIRH AND BVRGLA
PKOOFSAFK that is made In the United States, and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can beanld
at lower prices, and Is of hotter workmanship than
can bt found elsewhere.
We have a large assortment on hand, an1! art de
termined to tell at prices that cannot fail to please.
Old Sales
Takes in exchange. BKCOND-HAND BAFKH al
wayt on hand at gxtreniely low prices. 97X
V. UUtRIN'IK It. H. V. BIBBINflllH.
BARIUNGER & CO.,
Manufacturers of
Tbe Celebrated Patent Combined
COOKING STOVES,"!
For WOOD or COAL. Ths most convenient, eco.
noinical and durable Cooking Stove over invented,
for Steamboats, Ilotela, Kcstuurants and Private
Unness. Cooking aud boiling water for wash and
bath rooms, in Targe quantities, in any adjoining
apartment by the sanio nre.
Wara-ooms, 217 Main St., Cincinnati.
mr Bights to manufacture and tell these STOVES
may be secured on application to the proprietors, at
tholr wareroomt. sep7
ROOFING-.
SalloiistalPs Fire aud Water Proof.
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC
COATING FOR ROOFS.
mHE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
JL Coating for Metal Koofs, or any Iron Work ex
posed in use. Warrantod to withstand tbe severest
tests of Heat, Cold, Ituiii, or Sulphurio Acid, and re
main perfectly iinporvious to Water, It will not
melt, crack, wash or scale off. For new, old, leaky
metal roofs, or for canvas roofs, it is M) per cent,
cheaper than any other coating. All orders accom
panied with the cash or tatisfactory references, will
be pr ,mptly filled, in any unsold territory South and
West if New York and fonusylvanla. For further
info' "ttion, apply to
u , F. B0Y8 CO.,
Boie Proprlotoreand Manufacturers.
"'est Second street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
ROOFING! ROOFING !
THE OUTCALT ELASTIC ME
TALLIC BOOFINfJ" is offered to the public
as the best and cheapest Metal Roof now usod, its
merits tested by an experience of years in this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
buildings. No solder naed fastened securely with
out exposure to the action of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxml for shipment to any part of
the United States, can be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Onlors promptly filled.
.CALDWELL, A CU,
jylo-tf . 131 West Second street.
Merrell's Blackberry Anodyne.
mniS MEDICINE IS OFFERED TO TD E
Jtl public asonoof the best, if not the very best med
icine that baa ever been invented for Diaiuiiiea, live
knyerv, CiioiKfia Infamtvm, and all other derange
ments of the Stomach and Uigeatlve Organs, wliMi
arosoprrralant and fatal in our oouiitiy cnneclj
th dira'teiloondltliin of the Liver; alias a Nervous
I- ll ?, , such ns Is caused by Teething, giv-s
1 tint, iealtby action to thebowols,aud withal, is
pi bmii to take. y23-bml
ifloncy! jflouey! ifloney!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
.Beinoved from 5 West Slxtli-etrcct.
MONEY LOANeFoN WATCHES, JEW
F.LRY and all kinds of Merchandise, nt low
rates of Interest, at No. 178 Vine-street, botween
Fourlh and Fifth. 244
GLASGOW AUD NEW YORK
I3TEAMSHIP COMPANY.
BTEaM TO OLASOO ,. LIVERPOOL, BKLFAST,
DDDLIH ANILOND0HDKRRY
fOB S30.
f BAH MtW TOat.
(71 nsBovr, Th omson, Wodn esday, A ng. 24, at 12 noon
KdinlMiruh.Ounimlng. . Wednesday, Jnno 1, "
Glnaaow, Thomson " . July A,
Kdlnburh,Cuniniiiig.. ; .!'". July 27, "
raoH ola soow.
Eilliiliurli, Cnmmlng... Saturday, May 7.
(;lngow, Thomson, ..Wednesday, July 117,
Ediiiburtrh,Cummlng... 11 Jnly2.
Rates of Passage from New York, Philadelphia or
Boston, to Glasgow, Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
Londonderry, first class, $73, Steerage, found with
an abundance of properly-conked provisions, $,'10.
An experienced Surgeon attached to each stoauii r.
No charge for medicines. , . ,. ,
Jfor Freight or Patsage, apply to
p'J7 . BOBKBT CuAIG, 17 Broadway,
INSURANCE.
8TATE AUTHORITY.
Incoriwrated 1 81 9. Charter Perpetual
Ikll'A ircncr eatlililisliedinCllicinnall la IH'IV nn
tedaling ell present local Insurance Companies and
Agencies in Ine Insurance busbies in this city. i,i
years const:. nt duty here, combined Willi wealth, ex
perience, en teipriiie and liberality, esiiecially com
mend the Insurance Company lo thefavoru
Lle patronae of tliiB community stnmlliiK solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
CI ncinuati underwriter! of
Louses) paid In CiiiHnnntl durins pant Five
. Veai-H, aH5ti,051 147.
CasliOapitalrM.000,000.
lAIISOLUTE AND UKIMPAIKED. WITH A
S1J1IPLUS OF $1,040,123 80.
A nil tho prestige of 40 years success and ex porionce.
ISVR8TllltMT8 OP
Over $100,000 iu Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS 0 F SI '2,000,000, 1.OSWES
Bavo been paid by tho Situ a Insurance Company in
the past 40 years.
Fire nnd Inluntl Navicaiion. Hlsks accepted
at. terms consistent with solvency and fair profits.
Kspoclal attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms of 1 to 5 s.
Application made to any duly .uthorizetl Agent
firoinptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
mate Insurance business, this Company la enabled
to otter both indemnity for tho past and secuiityfor
tho future. Policies issued without delay by
JAS. II. CARTE It, Agent, No. 40 Main street,
A. V. PATCH, Assistant Agent.
H. K. LINDSKY, Agent 171 Vine street,
J.. I. HOOKKU, Agent, Fulton, 17th WanL ar.6
THftEE-FOU&TES
or THB
PROFITS OF THE BUSINESS
DIVIDED ANNUALLY
TO
POLICY-HOLDERS.
it -i
1ST
vtf :9 ii-Jf3t.-tP urn.-.- m
13 WALL STREET, NEW YOKE.
CASH CAPITAL 8300,006 00
ASSETS, Jul)'. 1, 1S50 905.6S1 84
LIABILITIES 10,514 3"
THE ATTENTION OP THE COMMU
NITY is respectfully colled to tho following
features in connection with this Company:
Fibst By insuring in this Company, the advant
ages of a Mutual Inauranoe Company are obtained,
with the adiliiioniilailvantiipe afforded inthesecurlty
given by an ample and reliable Cash Capital a fea
ture not presented by ordinary Mutual Fire Insurance
Companies. The dividends to customers, already de
clared, are as follows:
First Dlvison to Pel Icy-Holders, IStf, 3S.W per cent.
Second do, do. do, lfe, !i '
Third do. do. do. IsM, 60 , "
SrcoNn The security given, which is already large,
will constantly Increase with each yenr of successful
operations. This is exhibited clearly in the follow
ing statement, shoving the position of the Company
in each year sinro the new system was adopted.
July, ISMi, Net Assets of the Company ?Wn,3W43
" l.W, " " " 6M.7I9 64
" liiSH, " " " 7fil,'.HW!)2
" 1KS9, Cross Assets, " m.'i,Kll R4
" " Liabilities I6,M4 SI
Tiiian The insured incur no liability whatever,
whilo obtaining theso advantages of superior security
and cheapness. OKO. T. HOI'ifl, Piesideiit.
11. H. Lamvobt, Secretary,
Otbi's Pkck, Assistant Secretary.
SAM'L E. MACK & Co,, Agents,
!J5 n'ost Tlilril-Hfreot, t'ineinnnll,
aulfi-aml
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
IiDilorlan( Iiiipi'oveiiieiil!
WEMiSMPATENT
FOLDING SPRING MATRBSS
WKIOUS ONLY 63 LBS! MANUKAOTTJKKD,
W11UL1CSALK AND RETAIL, BY
BEXXETT&CO.,
jy2I-am Svcamora ttreet, below Klfth,
HALL'S "PATUHT. " "
mm
z- mm
m-$Bmm pAatnn wt.s
THE MOST RELIABLE FIRE AND
BURGLAR PKOOF 8AFE8. They haveglvcu
moro satisfaction than any other now in uso.
We ofTerareward of ONE THOUSAND DOL
LARS to any person that can, up to the present
time, show a single instance wherein tbey have fallwl
to preserve their conteiiU,
With this SAFE wo cRllcnge all competition, as
being tho best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Firo
and Burglur Proof now made; and are willing to
tost vith any establishment in the Union, and tho
party failing first, to forfeit to the other, the sum
of
We aro prepared to furnish a hotter Safe, and at loss
cost, than any other manufacturer in the United
states.
Second-hand Safes of other makort, also on hand.
We respectfully Invite the public to call and exam
ine our stock before purchasing elsewbore.
HALL, CARROLL A CO.,
ugl2-aytNo. 1.1 and 17 East Columbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX.
Clolera, Bilious Cholio, and
ALL PAINS W THE STOMACH & BOWELS,
made by GEO. 8. LIGHT, ;
WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, OIKCIIfNATI.
FOK KALE BY JOHN D. PARK, SUIIiE, EOK
BTINK A CO., and Druggists generally. Order left
at Williamson tt Uatfield, No. 41 Walnut street
will bt attended to. aul3-toovl
I. X. L.
MUSTARD.
AFTER MAN IT YEABS OP PRACTICAr.
experience in the art of linHtard-niaking, tho
proprietors offer t he above brand of Mustard to the
J nolle, gnaranteolng it a strictly pure artlole, tnanu
actiired from the lst aualltrof saiid'.csrefiillv nr.
lected with tliedoBlftn of producing a Mustard HUPV.
R10R IN FLAVillt AND PUNdKNCY TO ANV
NOW IN C8K. We have no hesitation In envi!,!
thatall lovers of good Mustard will find the I L
to bo that which they so fterjoently fail to obtain
MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTARD.
Htvruers promptly diiimi.
llARRIfiON jc WILSON.
BO nnd 101 Wnlniit-Htreer.
JeJ4
Composition Roofing-.
TIIE undersigned is prepared to pnt on
(imposition lloof of the lost auality at short
tiotloe.
Offlro ln J A B. Brace't Carriage Bepositoty, cor
nor Third and Vina.
W lUoftng material consUntly na head, and for
talt. y27-3uj J. 11, NOBJiK.
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RAILROADS.
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
RAILROAD
DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THE
5J10UR
Sixth-street Depot.
Trains run to Indianapolis, Lima, Van
dutky and Cleveland without change of cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North
ern and North-western cities.
it A, ill- KXPKGSS TRAIN (Columbus time,
which is seven minutes faster than Cincinnati) For
Cleveland aud Pittsburg, via Delaware, nakea close
connection ut Crestline for Pittsburg, Baltimore,
Philadelphia and New York; and at Cleveland for
Dunkirk, Htiflalo, IlostonandNew York, Also, coa
necls at Dayton with Dayton and Michigan Road for
Troy, Pinna, Sidney, Lima, Toledo,' Detroit, Fort
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Toledo at 3:30, Detroit
at 6:00, and Chicago at 7:20 P. M., Quincy and Galena
at 7 A.M. Also, at Dayton withOreenvilleaud Miami
Road, for Greenville, Union, Winchester aud 11 u
cio. Also, conuectsat Richmond with Indiana Cen
tral Road, for Indianapolis, Lafayette, Chicago. Terra
Haute, Ut. Louis, ami all Western cities. Also, at
Richmond with Cincinnati aud Chicago Road, for
Anderson, Kokomo and Peru. , Also, connects wltia
Junction Railroad at Hamilton for Oxford.
8 A. SI. MAIL TKAIN-For Dayton, gprinn.
flf Id and Sandusky Connects at Sandusky witu
STKAMER for DETROIT: at URBANAforCOLUM
BUS; at Forest witti Pittsburg. Fort Wayne aud Chi
cago Road, East and West; at Clyde with C. and To
ledo Road for Cleveland and Buffalo, Dolodo, Detroit
and Chicago. This train also connects at DELA
WARE with tho 0., 0. A 0. Road for Cleveland and
E lints East; also connects at Hamilton with Jnnctlea
ailroad for Oxford.
4:30 P. m. TltAIN For Dayton. Springfield
and Sandusky Connects at Forest with Pittsburg,
Fort Wayne and Chicago Road, East and West; at
Clyde with 0. and Toledo Road for Cleveland ang Bui.
fnlo, Toledo, Detroit and Chicago. Also, connect at
Richmond tor Indianapolis, Trre Haute, Hx. Louis
and Chicago. Also, connocta with Junction Railroad
at Hamilton fnrOxford,
P. 111. TK.AI.-For Dayton, Troy, Plqun, Sid
ney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wayne and Chi
cago, reaching Chicago at a A, 11.
u"Tliefand8 A. M. trains connect at Cleveland,
with Btoainers for BntTalo.
For further infoi-mation and Tickets, apply at th
Tickot ollices north-enst corner Front, ami Bread
way; No. 1119 Walnut-smut, near Gibson House; at
the now Ticket Ollice, on the west side cf Vino-streot,
between 1'ostoQice and llurnot House; ut the Wulntr
Street House, or at Ibe Sixth .street Depot.
uulS D. Mdl.ARKM. Superintendent.
RAILROAD COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Tialn No. lEptas.at6A.U.,connootgviti
Columbus aud Cleveland, v la t'oluni bus, Crest line and
i'ittsburgh, via Colmnbiu, Steiibunville and Pitts
burgh, DotroitvlaClevoiaudaiidsteamer. This Train
slops, betwoon Cincinnati and Columbus, at Love,
land, Deorllelil, Morrow. Xonia, Codaiville, South.
Charleston, Loudeu und West Jefferson.
Second Train No. 2 Express, at 6:30 . M connectt
via ColiiUibus, Bellnir and Hon wood; Wheeling; via
CoUimhu.i,Hteiibi'nvilleand Pittsburg; viaColumbui,
Vreetllne and Pittsburg: via Columbus and Cleve
land; Detroit, via Cleveland and steamer: W bite Snl.
phur Station, via Springfield. This Train stops lie
twcsm Cincinnati and Columbus, at Plainville, Mil
ford, Miamiville, Lovolami, Deerliald, Morrow, Cor.
wiu, Spring Valley, Xenlnand London.
Third Train A-ccommodatlou, at 4:40 P. M., for
Columbus and Springfield.
Fourth Train Night Kxpress, at 11:30 P. M.; coa
nects vlnColiimbus.Uells'rand Bennood; Wheeling:
via Columbus, Steubenvillo nnd Pittsburg; via Co
lumbus, Crostliuo and Pittsburg: via Columbus aud
Cleveland. This train steps at Lovolami, Morrow,
Corwin, Xenia and London. SLKEflJSG CARS ON
THISTIIAIH.
No. 1 Express, thronshto Cleveland wlthoutchange
of cars.
No.2xpres9,tbrcrjghto Wheeling without change ;
of curt.
The NIGHT EXPRESS Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:30 P. M rrnis dally, except SATURDAYS. Tho
other Trains run daily, excopt SUNDAYS.
For all information, and through Tickets to ltos
ton; New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing,
toni Buffalo, Niagara Falls. Dunkirk, Clevolaud,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Kastern places,
apply at tho OIHces, Walnut Street House, No. 1 Bur
net House, south-east cornor ol Broadway and Front
ttrexits, and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Colunibns tiin which it savon nilu
utoa faster t han Cincinnati time
J. DURAND, Sup't.
Oninlbnsos call forpassengors by loaviug direction
at
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE NORTHWEST,
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Only Change of Ouwiumti
and Chicago.
Three PoasengerTrnlnsleaveClnclnTiatldaHy, from
the foot of Mill and Front streets.
ft:60 A. M. Chicago Mail arrives at Indlauanolli at
10:3(1 A. M.j Chicago at 7:2 P.M. This trWu con.
nects with all night trains on t of Chicago, lor the
West and North-west.
12:141 M. 'i'erre Haute and Laylayetto Accommoda
tion arrives at Indianapolis, at 8:ti0 P.M., making
direct connections at Indianapolis with Torre llauta
Trains and Indianapolis and Lalayette trains lor
Deeiitur, Springfield, Naples, ynincy, Ilannllial an;l
St. Joseph; also with Peru trains fur Peru, Ft. VY nix
and Toledo.
6:i P.M. Chlcafro Express arTlyptatlndlaaapoIlsj
at 10:30 P. M.; Chicago at 7:iU A.M. Making closa
connections at Chlcuovith all iiiorning trams out
of Chicago. This train couuectt at liidianapniit
with Torre Haute trains for all rolntg Weai ul
Northwest. '
Sleeping cart aro attached tc all ttl nl.eht tmU
on this line, and run thiougl) to Chicago withoai
change of enrfl,
Tbltls oxoluslvoly a Woatorn and Nortli-weiteHi
route, and with fav.rablo and rolisblearrangeuientt
with all connecting roads tlnoughout tho entire
West, guarantees unusual oare and I he amplest acs
commentations to the nations ol this line.
tttrBesure you are in theriirht ti.-knt -1.. t....
E
ou purchase your tickets, and ask rnr tickets via
iawrenceburg and lndianapol' ror tlcKe m
chTed'ulroS" 11 Sh" wnt9- B60S.
J!iFtVAia.'Hl'K:ET8' ood until used, can be ob
taiued at the ticket ofllces, at Spencor tiouse Corner,
north-east corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net Houso Cornor; at the Walnot-etreet House, and
at Depot oinoe, foot of Mill, on Front ttreet, where
all nooessary Information may be had.
Ornnlbutiei run to and from )ach train, and w
2? h" f"sen8e.at all hotelt and all ports of tut
-'i 'wug .uuiuBBa.oiinei omce.
W. H. L. NOIlI.Tt.
mylO
General Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
Great Throuprh Route for
INDIANAPOLIS,
TEBHK HAIITH, 1
BT. LOUIS,
IiAIAYBTT'lC,
CHICAGO,
LOGANHPOBT,
' . PERU,
FORT WAYNR
TWO DAI LYTHBOUGKTBAINS leave Sixth ttreel
Depot, at A . TrTand 4: 30 P. M .
a A. M. INDIANAPOLIS, ST. LOUIS A 0HI0A
GO FAST EX PRESS. Through direct, making olosa
connections for nllother Western Bnd Norlh-westorn
Sjiuts. This Train also connectt at Richmond with
Inoinriati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Xoko.
mo, Logaosport, and all points on Wabash Valley
Railroad.
4:.Ki P. H.-INDIANAPOLIS, CHICAGO A ST,
LOUI8NIOHT EXPRESS.-The above Tralnt maki-
close connections at Indianapolis, Lafayetteand Chi
cago, with Tmlus for Terro Haute, Sprlngllold, Rock
west.
HrThrouch Tickets ilven ami Hun nWkiJ
through.
For hlrthor Information and Through Tfrkott, ap.
ply tp Ticket OIHces, noi th-eaat corner ol Front and
Broadway, No. ICO Walnut street, near Fourth; a
touth-eaat corner of Fourth and Vine ttreet, or ni
the Sixth-street Depot.
.MOUBOW. !np.-,':tondent. ' '"
Omnlbntos will rail for passenq r, nr leuVing thii
names at either of the Ticket Ort
.ainuii, uuowoniK. Iouotoia, ua I TOSSO, JaCKSOnVllle,
Danville. Burlington, Milwaukee, Mattoon, Naples,
Galena, Onlncy, Prairie du Clilen, Paua, Peoria,
Dnnleith, Ituciiie, Drcatnr, Bloorr.ingtoii, Jollet, La
Salle, St. Paul, and all towns and citien In Ilia North
m - w.h. ;M?n. Ar,
ipiiiinrassm: s
OANDYI OA N 3D Y
XT- JDUm OTj,A.H.1X
I (Bnocewtrto MmtAOo,)
:.,:".'.... S
Manufacture and Wholeaalo Dealerti
-IN- v, '' "
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES, i
. , ,
40 MAIN STREET, CINCINJfATf l
1-1- mm . "
mi. SAWh silsiiec -
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEA8B8 Of i'
THB BKIN, BIIKUMATISM, DISKASB3 01- ' "
WOMEN, anil tuch Chronic complaints nt may bo ' '
benefitted by tho Hygyonic and Atmopathlo tysteuv 1 V
of hit office. . ,
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenic,' Mercury, Tnr-' V'
kiBh,; Russian tnd Jilectro-Chemical Baths, a Dil .
pensaryof Medicine, and every manner of Elettrlo "
iu .niigneiio Apparatus.
NO. 67 WICST S1XTH-STBKKT, i
WOm.UtBrHA.M.tttp.M. ,ui".tf . ,A

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