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Ol'FICf, M WK3T rOURTH-8TRIIT.
SIX CFNTS WILL PAY FORTH E
PINNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
.BEPT .EMBER 8S
TO A DRUNKEN HUSBAND.
Jlv hnshand, 'twas for tlusc ( left
own. niv hacDv iiom ; i
For thee 1 lelt my cottage I
Willi thee 111 .lov to mam ; I
And where are all thy holy vows,
The truth, tneiove, me trust,
Tlmt woo in v heart? all scattered now,
Aud trampled in the dust., t'i, ,
I lored thee with a love untold,
And when I stood beside '' i
Thy noble form, I joyed to think ' ,. -. -,-
I win thy chosen bride. . . ,
They tuld me ere I wu itiint, own,
How sad my lot would be ;
I I bought not of the future, thsii i v ,.
.1 ouly thought of thee. (
1 left ray home, my hnppy home,
A unuy-bearle4 thing.. , .
Forgetting that my happiness
A shadowing oloud might briun, , , .
The euniiy aide of life la gone,
its shadows only mine :.
And thornsare springing In my heart,
VYhere blossoms used to twinw,
1 do lint Memo tliee for thy lot,
I only pray for thee,
Tlmt thou mav'st trom Ibo tempter's power
'Oil, joyful thought !j be free)
Tlmt thou may'st bend above my grave,
Willi penitence sincere.
And for the brokeu-houried one,
l.i't fall a lobi'r tear.
Mary, the sweetest ol' femalo tuunes,
may not inoppropriatejy stand at the heatl
of our list. It is from the liobrew, nnd
signifies exalted. J to French form is
Jlurie. It is, we hardly need say, a
lauioug namo in both sacred and proiune
history. In all age from the time of
Uary, the mother or Jesus, to that of
Mary, tho motlier of Washington, the
uaino has, literally, been exalted. It has
been linkod with titles and power with
crowns and 'coronets,; and adorned, ly
oodness and beauty. ' Mary has ever
lieen a favorite name , with the poets.
J'vron, as he assures us, felt an absolute
passion for it. It is woven with some of
liia sweetest verses. The peasant poet,
Hums, seeiB9 to have been as much at
tached to it as the author of Childe
Harold. It is still the theme of bards
und bardlings unnumbered. We might
fill a column or two here with, songs, son
nets and ballads, in the melody of whose
verse the soft musical syllables arc those
whieh form the charming namo of Mary.
Hut where so much presents itself, we
can quote- Bothin;;. ' We need quote noth
"The very iiiiiitii
I n in our b'-in:(.
of the nam hue guue
TiCt the motto, or the toayt if you will, be
((lie single line of J5ryan Walter Proctor :
"Herv'fl lieu!to t tlicej Mitrj-."
Sab. ah' .V almost is common a name as
-Mary, but it focltfl ther prestige which, its
historical and poeSioal associations throw
around the latter. JN is aho from the
Hebrew, and signifies a princess. In
poetry it tukes the form c Sally, or Gallic,
and is fouud in many a lc?e son and bal
lad. Sally is sometimes contracted to. Sal,
which is neither poetical nor sup.honious.
"Laughing, pratling, sportliur SaUii ,
Now tellnio what shall In
The tint of sky, siiullt orsturry,
To which I'll liken tine?
The softest shades of heaven's blu.
Tlioae lustrous eyea eeeni melting thsuiigli."
PrsAjr, another name of llobrow origin,
signifies a lily. In poetry it is usually
soon in its contracted form of Hue. It is
a pretty name, and is immortalized in
Cray's well-known ballad. The sig nifica
tion of tho name is very happily intro
duced in the closing line
'Adieu, alio cried, and waved her lily bait d."
Mauki, is probably derived frani ma
bolla, signifying my fuir, tliough somo
suppose that it is contracted from uma
bilis, lovely or amiable. It is a good
name in either case and worthy of being
perpetuated. Mary Howitt has a ballad
'-Arise, my maiden ilubol,"
which is the only poem wo now recollect
in which the name occurs.
Ursula, a name associated in our mind
with homeliness of faco and goodness of
heart concealed undor the veil of a nun,
is from the Latin, and signifies nothing
more amiable than a femalo bear ! Who,
knowing this, will givo the name to a
child? : .....
Ri.axche, one of the sweetest names
ever borne by woman, is from tho French,
and signifies white or fair. Mary Howitt
waken tho orange-flower its floral type.
Lucy, in its Frenci from Lucie, signi
fies lucid, and comes from the Latin. ,
' "LnoyliagoldenKirl" :
days Uryan Proctor, and many will echo
tho line. Lucy is a favorite name with
almost every one. Wordsworth has made
it ono of the.; ,'; '
"Ii'amri wedded unto song."
And lovely indeed is the maiden bear
ing that sweet name, whom nature pro
poses to mould, at will, to her own taste :
She will lie aportire aa the lawn
That wild with glee Hemes the lawn,
Or up the mountain epringa;
And here etiall be the breathing balm,
And hern the alienee and the calm
Of unite inaeneate thinga.
The atari of midnigbtaliall bo dear
To her; and ilia ahall learn ber ear
1 ii many a atemt place,
Whern rlvuleta dance theirvayward round, ,
And beauty born of murmuring sound
Khali paiia into ber face.
And vital feelinga of delight
fchall rear her form to atately liight,
Jlur viriiin bosom awnll;
Horn thoughts to Lucy I will jive
While eheand I together livu
llore in tliia happy dell."
IIkatrice is another name derived from
the Latin. It signifies one who blesses or
makes happy. So name can bo more
appropriate for a lovely, affectionate and
amiable woman, lieatrioe has been hon-
iired nliovft all others bv the noets: Dante.
Shakwiearc and Hhelley have, in turn,
thrown around it the charm of their num
bers, and linked it with thoughts both
lovely ana tragic. ,
' Caroline la tho feminine form of
Charles, or rather of its Latin equivalent,
Croluff. it comes from the Herman, and
dm the signification of bravo-soulcd or
valiant The namo has been borne by
women wno nave proved themselves
worthy of the namo. it is not in the manly
breast alone that valor is found or needed,
There are those who, having learned
"how sublime thing it ia
To suffer and, be eti'onn,'' ' 1
have displayed a coura;o which shames
that ot the warrior on tno owtic-ncia
Carolino is sometimes abbreviated to
Ctenc, Collie and CaL
"I Know fair younz girl,
With an ) like tlio sky'a own ldui,
Or aaweet apring-Aower when Ita atuie Ivavea
Are bright with the eaily dew
)b, a thing half earth and half divine
i iiw-mai lair youig varoitne."
How Tecumseh was Killed.
Tho Western Christian Advocatcof this
week contains an obituary notice, by I5ev.
A. Wright, of tho Intl. M. H. Church, of
Isaac Iiainblin, sr., who died at his resi
dence near Kloomtiehl, ind., a few months
since, aged about eighty-six years. Mr.
Jlarablin was a man of deep piety and
unquestionable veracity. 1 le was in tho
battle of tho Thamos, and the writer
gives tho following ns his statement in
regard to the manner in which Tecuinsoh
was killed :
Ho says he was standing but a few feet
from Colonel Johnson when he fell, and
in full view, and saw tho whole of that
part of the battle.. He was well ac-'
quainted with Te'oumseh, having seen
him before the war, and having been a
prisoner seventeen days, and receiving
many a carsing from him. He thinks
that Teoumseh thought Johnson was liar
rison, as ho often heard tho chief swear
that he would have Harrison's scalp, and
seemed to havo a special hatred toward
him. Johnson's horse fell under him, he
himself being also dooply wounded. In
the fall he lost his sword, his largo pistols
wore empty, and he was entangled with
his horse on the ground. Tecumseh had
fired his riflo at him, and when he saw
him fall he threw down his gun and
bounded forward like a tiger sure of his
prey. Johnson luid only a side pistol
ready for use. He aimed at the chief
over the head of his horse, and shot near
the center of his forehead. When the
ball struck, it seemed to him that the
Indian jumped with his head full fifteen
fret into the air. As soon as he struck the
ground a little frenchman ran his bayo
net into him and pinned him fast to the
Dipping Charles Lamb.
"Coleridge," says De (uincy, "told ino
a ludicrous embarrassment which Lamb's
stammering caused him at Hastings.
Lamb had boon medically advised to a
course of seab-athing; accordingly, nt
the door of his bathing-machine, while he
stood shivering with the cold, two stout
fellows laid hold of him, one at each
shoulder, like heraldic supporters ; they
waited for the word of command from
their principal, who begun the following
oration to them :
"Hear me, men ! Take notice of this,
I am to be dipped"
What more lie would havo waid is un
known to land or sea bathing-machines;
for having reached the word dipped, ho
commenced such a rolling lire di di di di,
that when at length he descended upon
thelword dipped, tho two men, rather
tired of the suspense, became satisfied
that they had reached what lawyers call
the "operative clause of the sentence,"
and both exclaimed at once
' Oh, yes, sir, we arc quite awave oT
that," and down thoy plunged him iiVjo
On emerging Lamb sobbed so much
from tho cold, that ho found no voice
suitable to his indignation, and again ad
dressing the men, who stood respectively
listening, ho began thus :
'.Men, is it possible to obtain your at
"0, surely, sir, by all means."-
"Then listen; once more I tell you 1 am
to be di-di-di" and then with a burst of
indignation, "dipped 1 tell you"
"U, decidedly, sir." And down ho
went a second time.
Petrified with cold and wrath, once
more Lamb made a feeble attempt ut ex
planation. "Grant mo patience; is it mum-um
murder you mc-me-mean? Again and
a-ga-gain 1 tell you I'm to be di-di-dipped;"
now speaking seriously with the voice of
an injured man.
"0 yes, sir," the man replied, "we
knonr that wo fully understand it ;" and,
for the third time, down wont Lamb into
'1th, limbs of ftitan!" he said, oncom
ing up for tho third time, "it's now too
late. I am no, but I was, to be di-di-di-dipped
THE OYSTER TRADE.
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WEST FIFTH-STREET.
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECEIV
INO daily, per Kxpreen, bisaplendid Oyatera.
Having complcited arrangements In lUltimoro, on
the most extensive scale, I will at all tinun during
the eeaaon be )ropured to furnish my frieiifla, "and
the rest of mankind," with the most DELICIOUS
ill v A L, v fc uaportwl to the tjueen City. None but
the very best imported. Great inducements offered
at this ImporHng-liomo,
Oidi-r aiolicited and promptly filled. Terms cash.
,L o , PKT-Elt OAVAHNA,
aopist Bale Iiuporterand Proprietor.
j spicea uysters.
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECEIV
ING DAILY, by the Adams Kxpress. MALT.
BY'S world-renowned Baltimore
Fresh Can, Xeg and Shell Oysteri.
pirc?Lk5a:8ual,'d coyF" ipiCM lnd
I ROBERT ORE, Agent.
tf Depot, 11 West Fifth-street.
OYSTERS! FRESH OYSTERS
If V ttwv i rtvf
I HAVE COMMENCED FOR THE SEA
SON the aala af J. K. MANN A CO.'S, anperlor
Tawlieah oysters. .1. TtIDD,
phoUsaleand retail Agent for J. It. Mass A Co.
(Jitetera cooked in a superior style at our usual mod.
rate chargee. au25-tf
I HAiSCUANCiED IT.S LOCATION
NIXON'S NEW BUILDING,
' J OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICE,
Jt.CI.ARD ,ELSO., Principal.
HT Circnlara, slating terms, cbd be bad on appli.
tA IjArc eT Assok tii in st ni
' -roa hit. r
At hl new Htore 10 Wen Filtli-ali-ret.
Improved Two-Threaded Loch-Stitch
rAMTLY SEWING lVTAfJHINE
$25, S30 and 35.
rfIHE SATISFACTION WH'xCII THESE
JL niachinea has given to those who havi been
using- them, in ail kinds ol family 'Swing, leads us
o recmnniend them to the puolie, with the fullest
enmideuce tliat thoy will givo ea.tira satistation
where'ver lined. Aside from all kin d of sewing, thoy
KMnariiiRa Deamiinuy. iaey .are in all reepecta, aa
n-gtrd atlieexecution of work, A'rHt-iliaiin.achinea.
They a.e now on exhiliition a c V ia Knir. He shall
lub.rili. fUltm in eXDllllniUS tliS WDrlrinv nt n.f ma.
thineHr4Uid give specimens of our work to all, who
will favo. ny with a call ut oo r sale-rooms, comer of
Vlneanua iian-iiriwis, oer'ne s llnpsinu store,
m ..ma. in rAa,ii,0 nnt. M'(li.i,. !. i,i i
XV r"!."1 "' ".I ,UV.1I,. Ulf Will IK"
close us n t.1rea-cont stamp, with their address, we
Wllllliuu oil t iiiui.., ,.i,u .Bimvinieus 01 wora.
WU'iTSEK Bttf ITIIER.O, AsentH,
P. 11. tn 9 'liU lAinn..,i ,
mr Agents wanted th roughuut Ohio and Ke'n
$30. $30. $30. $30
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitch
FAIIIM SEWING MIMES
SECUllK. I) BY RK0T5NT LKTTEBS PATHNT.
rnnis machine has been pro
M. NOL VO.p by all roinpotont jndcs, who
have seen it .tobetna nest and most desirable Jam
iiy Sewiug 1 lachine ver introduced, i-CKnrdlra
of price. It will now all kinds of family Roods,
iiviii mo in m iu very llliesi lauriVH inauo,
ami uHtin an i muub vi inreau, iroinno. h to ziHj.
No oil bit INed -on Innat'tlin ltlnrhln.
Keudfora I'.ircn'iar, or call and see it in operation.
Upon early ui iphc ation, Stateaud County lilt'ots may
An enorgotlci person ran make a fortune In a short
lime. Agi-iii wuuieu in ua uusoia territory.
, , . II. 0. BUKTMAV, '
Sc le ana oxi tins ira agent for the United Status,
SfpUluit ft Went ITourtb-street, Cincinnati,
IiAUD, WEBSTER Si CO.'S !
(LaleUunt, WbUr &C.'8,)
No. 6 Fourth-street, Ciiicinuatl.
On the 1st of October e will remove ta j
No. 80 West Fourth-street,
GTITCIIING THE SAME ON BOTH
sides, leaving no ridge or cbuin, and imposxiblo
to ravel. Kor speed, accuracy or enso of motion, tho
Elliptic iluchine i without a rival. ,
Cincinnati, Offlce 32 West Fourth street.
KELSEY & CO.'S
Offlce-30 West Fourth-street,
E ASK OF A DISCRIMINATING
public, in pursuit of a reliable Heirinir.Ma.
clilno, the most rigid compurison of the merits of
these Machines with all others in the market. We
court It, being sure it will result in our favor.
D. VV. HARRINGTON Sc CO.,
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES.
Prices Reduced to $50, T5, $110 atii M25.
Singer' New Fnmllr Sewing Mnclilne,
The price of which is only fSO, is a light and elegant
ly decorated Machine, capable of performing, In tho
beststyle,nll the sewing of a private family.
Singer' Trnnsverae Sli little Inchine,
To be sold at i'i, is a Machine ontirely new in ita ar
rangement; it is very beautiful, moves rapidly and
very easily, awl, for family use and light mautifac
tnring purposes, is the very best and cheapest !Ia
chiuoover offered to the public. m
ginger's No. 1 Standard Shuttle Machine,
Formerly sold at S135. but now reduced to Sill), is
known all over tho world. Every sort of work can
be done with it.
Singer' No. St Wtnndnrd Shuttle Machine,
This Is tna lavonte manufacturing 51 ncbiEe every,
where Price, with table complete, f 125.
MT Send for a Circular.
Agent for J. 51. Singer A Co.
No. 8 East Fourth atreor,
jf H-t CINCINNATI, OHIO.
I believe I make the best Lock -stitch Sewing IWa-
ohinos.in the world. If the purchaser does not think
to after fix months trial, I will refund roa the
BOO jSLTjy SllO,
Price of Machines.
OFFICE AND BALK BOOMS-Directly on the
Northwest corner Main and Fourth itreeta, over
Owen's Jewelry establishment. ,
rAll kinds of Sewing-Machines repaired, and
light machinery manufactured, nt the Factory, 187
,1 niutii-Birtiui, uurner tvuinut ana r um.
sWAgeiita wanted in otlier cities to srdl my 8ew.
Ing-Machines. Address, V. EVANS, Jr., Jincin.
"a", 0- aiiL'.l
AT Ri:iK KI PRICES.
WE HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST
variety and best selected assortment of Gas
rixtives In Cincinnati, consisting of all that is new
or desirable in the Una Fixture line.
We warrant every Fixture we Bell to be eonal, both
in nutterlsl ami tinish, to any that isnoIdln tbiao
any other market, und in addition will guarantrj
tliom to retain their oolor and remain perfect to' fiva
year Iron) the timo theyarn put iipbyua,
Call, see, and examine our stock.
Jy21-cm 162 Wain triH)t, near Fourth
ERCIIANT TAILOR, 2S0 WAL.
Nl T-HTRKt'T hv. filvlh 1. .
frosli stuck of Clothn. Cnsimere, Vestiugs and
Ocnft' InnilshlngOoods. He hasengnged tlieserv.
Icus 'Of an experienced and arti.tlc Cutter, whose
works will bear testimony tohisskill. Allgarments
wurjantod to give satlhfaclion. HopTam ,
FINK WINES, BRANDIESolJOilN
c, i BAP:3 bi "and an extensive stock or tine
Bliefry, Port, Jlaileru, Claret, Chamnagno and Ca
) !" f1"?' "ne Jlrandie,.laninlca Kuui,
Holland (iu and other Mqiiiira, which lie warranto
iiiivini of the best iiiallt)Kor sale, National Then
iH. CAMPBELL & CO., ,
Tlf ANUFAOTUREHS OP BAB, SHEET
. .?nd Poll,.r Ij,on'Lrlow BIafc- Bullroad Spikes
Kto. Also.Agents for the sale of Jronton Btar Nails
JJProom So Eat Second Street, Cinclnnat I
JAll klndsJroti mads to order. ' 10
J. J. BUTLER'S
Tlxcelsior Fluid inks,
i Maimfaetory. 30 Vine Bt. M
WW.?1 . DISJiKY, ATTOBNEY
AT tAW Ch&M Bslldlngs.Ne. 6EatThird.
THE OLD DOMINION
;' 1 1 i:m:v. . ,
Ike best low in use and all prepared for Beading, .
PR A IT'S
i ; PATENT
shlifdCeto'n.1,1T,,nt,l',, yot- rr nouse-keeper
AaTHTJB, 'BURKHAM ft GILBOY,
Mannfactoreri of rateot Articles.
WTrado Cepet for the Vest,
24 last Peart street, Cincinnati. ;
JOSEPH R. GREEN, Asrens.
'WTfllid for ft trade fllwnl. ' atll
SOU TUG ATE HOUSE.
SonthHMut corner of Sfxth and Elm. t'inolnnati. 0,
rjlHK SUBSCRIBER HAVING KENEWED
, hi lease or the Sonthgate House, and oxpended
a mrgo amount ot money in puiuting, oarpoting, and
refurnishing it, introducing Buthllig-rooms, Water
closets, nnd every possible convenience and luxury
through.!' u t,invlua n continuance of tho public pat
fonago. llnfeelscotifMent that the bouse will bo
lound. With llll nmrnl lntn.,Ki. 1.
Condition than Wheil flmt nni'nefl IVir tlta mmnllnn rtf
ffneala Tl.a ln..,iAH i. -i. i . ... ' !j
o". luvuuuu ui tiie imiei is central ana bob.
voriient, either for up-town visits or down-town
bllsinoM. Mimla urn mmilavk a.v..l n .!. ...i.i..
hote, or in private rooms, and furnished at nil
, '," wruiB iare.1 per uay, and accommoda
tion eollftl tnnilV ftl fit .lav I..,,.. In M...
The house will be kept onen niirht anil dav. nt all
hours. Omnibnsos will be in attendance to and from
the cam. Breakfast for early train. And for tho
rest, the nrnnrininr Innv.. l,;. n u.b-
ii. r.'" ,r. ..'.-. e.""?;? c a
lui'wi-iiui b. wathiim. iTonrldlor.
Wi S. D0DD8,
Formerly ot Hall.Dodas A Co.; late Urban .Dodds 4 Oo.
W. R. Dodds &, Co.,
MANUraOTBEal Or THI .
O O NO RETE
Fire and Rurglar Proof
S A PES!
6. W. Corner of Vine A Second Streets.
This Is the moat reliable TPTRTB AKTi unpni.i
PliOOF SAFE that is made In tho rTnil-rt St..
warranted perfeotly free from damp. Can be'sold
lower prices. and ia of batter warkmanuhln
can be found elsewhere.
We have a large assortment on hand, end are do
termined to sell at prioes that cannot fail to please.
Taken In exchange. SECOND-HAND BATES al
ways on hand at extremely .tgy prices. 97X
V. BARRIMOI B.
H. T. SABBIHSIB,
he Celebrated Patent Combined
Kvt i yvi vr vuaua no cjobc coxiTenieDC, eco
nomical and durable Cooking Stove 6Ter invented.
UtiianUa.n Ifo.l. 11 A i n t . 7
VTAnn tni r mv a.
', aj.xjcuui uwawn, uuwu( Aan,ttur(Ul,B fUU JTriVACfl
Honess. Cooking aud boiling water for wash and
apartment by the Bamo tire.
WarroomB, JtU Main St., Cincinnati,
iHguiB w luauiiiacture auu sen inese BiUV KB
may besecnredonapplicationto the proprietors, at
MilHajwfQ.omsi . . w
Saltonstall's Fire and Water Proof,
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC
COATING FOR ROOFS.
THE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
Coating for Metal Rnnfu.
Pe(' 'P,?"8! Warranted to wlthHtand the severest
tests of Heat, Cold, Rain, or Sulphuric Acid, and re-
, mpiiTiuu, hj Hter. xt win not
melt, crack, wash or scale off. For new, old, leaky
metal roofs, or for canvas roofs, it is 60 per cent,
cheaper than any other coating. All orders accom-
jM,iiiu mm n o eaan or satisfactory references, will
Vi . v? V, .' 1,1 ".It wrriHiry eontnnna
K.4ioapriky!ond8JlVanitt' W fUrther
'e Proprietors and Munnfactnrers,
ROOFIJf ! . ROOFING!
rrmE outcalt elastic me-
Ti I.t.re neniiiTvnii - . . .. ...
iiui iiiu, n oseres 10 tne pnoito
the best and cheapest Motal Boof now used, its
merits tested by an experience of years in this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
buildings. No Bolder used-fastened securely with
out exposure to the action of the elements.
i'V"!!"!,1 $e?ts' bMe.d for shipment to any part of
United StateB, can b applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
si. iMwwii pecono strees.
Merrell's Blackberry Anodyne,
npHIS MEDICINE IS OFFERED TO THE
. l iL . , "i 11 "ry host, meu-
lcinethat has ever tieen invented for Durhuka, Dyb-
w...ip nui,M aw. Am v., uii an utiier uerange
menta of the ntumach And Diffesttvii (iraanm wi.ii.
so pre ralant and fatal in our country corrects
u, m nucouuHicn oi iue iiiverta ova Nnrvmia
it. : s, such aa is caused by Teething, gives
bt da riealthv action to tho bowala. .nH u.,'thi
aannt to take. jy23-bm't
Honey! Money! money!
Removed from 56 West Sixth-street.
MONET LOANErToN WATCHES, JEW
ELRY and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates pi interest, at No. 173 Vine-street, between
Fourth and Fiftlu
, GLASGOW AND JiEW YORK
1ST E AM SHIP COMPANY.
8TKAM TO 0LA8G0 v.IITEBPOOIi, BELFAST,
ITOB 8.10. ....
' ,: ' FBOV RBW TOBK '
Olnattow.Thomson.Wedneaday, Aug. ft, at 12 noon
Klinburb,Oamuiing,. Wednesday, June 1, "
Ciilnecow, Thomson " Julys, " -
Edlnburh,Cummlng.. " July 27, "
VBOM aLASSOW. ,
Edlnlinmh, Oummlni...Hatnntr Mr v '
Glaawow, Thomson. ..Wednesday, July 27,
U.l.inf P..d.mI,m VT V - L ,1 . . . i
uuwn ui .Mn... Hum nvvw iuin, rniiaueipaia or
Boston, to Glasgow, Liverpool, Belfast, Dubliu or
Londonderry, first class, $73, Steerags.foifnd with
abundance of properly-oooked provisions, SilO.
An experienced Burgeon attached to each steamer.
For Freight or Paasoge, aptly to .
nuDiinr uuaiii. 17 Broadway.
FRONT - STREET FACTORY
. , AMD
No. 167 Bust Front Street, bet. Piks and Butlor st's,
HAVIN FITTED UP THE PREMISES
with the most improved kind of machinery, I
prepared to furnish, at Biiort notice, all kinds of
House and Steamboat, Carpenter and Joiner's work.
Hash, Blinds, Doors, Frames and Moldings, of all
descriptions. Hteamboat Lumber, Wentlicr-board-ng,
Shingles, Siding, Flooring, Ac, kept constantly
hand. Particular attention paid to planing, rip
ping and scroll sawinfl. Heavy framing lumber can
planed and trned 40 feet long, and 3D inches wide.
Persons about to build, will Had it to their advan
tage to give uas a call. . , ,, , WM.JONKH,
aiiag-bai '' ' Praprieter '
Fall and Winter Boots and Shoes.
JOHN H; DETERS.
. No. 33 West Fourtk-street,
HAS NOW IN STORE A LARGE AND
complete-Stock of Fall and Winter Boots and
Rhoes, which for extent and variety is not surpassed.
is work is superior to any kept in the city, and is
sold very cheap for cash. : t ei-pil
DRS. B.EHRMAN & W. C. LEECH.
Office bonri from
48 81VXNTH STREET,
A.M., 1 to 3, and 7 to , P.M.
by s tTt Xu T'iao "bitx
Incorporated 1819, ChartcrPerpetual
t'ilii'r.t"'-n1'1)'.,,,(',Wcl,,cln,!!l11 ,n 1
Viatmg all fl'DSont local Insiiraiico Companies and
flgoncies in the Inrarance bnsins In this oily. Xi
year, constant duty htte, combined witfi wealth, e.
Mlohi,emerprlr.o ant liliomlity, eHpecidliy com.
mend the ATNA Insurance Company to the favora
ble patronara of this community standing solitary
and alone, the solo survivor itnd living
Cincinnati iiiidprlt..r. r,r I is
Lbsstis paid InCHnnlunnli during past t'lVe
1 Venia, 13U,U34 47.
UBSOHJTB AND UNIJIPA1RED.J WITH A
SU K PL US OF $1,U3U, 3 80.
And the prestige of 40 years success and experience.
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
W WAHDS OK SI '1,0(10,0(10, I.OHHKH
Have been paid by the yKtua Insurance Compauy is
, the past 40 years.
Fire and Inland Navival ion. Bisks accepted
at terms consistent with solvency and fair prolits.
Kspeclnl attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Contenfa, for terms or 1 to .'iy t.
'Application made to any duly .rtthorlzsd Agent
promptly attended to. By strict attoutlon to a legit
imate Insurance llllslneuM. II, lu (!..n..n. I. ai,al'.l..rl
to offer both indemnity for tlio past and seonrityfur
.. uii i'bisii('u wiiuoui oeiay oy
AH! ,L2,A.K'rEI1' A'at No- Main street.
A. F. PATCH, Assistant A cent,
f K. LINDHfeV, Agent i?1 Vine street.
PROFITS OF THE BUSINESS
'7,v r ii., - y-
18 WALIi STREET, NEW YORK
(JAHll CAPITAL S300.OA0 00
ASSETS, July I, 1830 905,681 84
LIABILITIES 10,514 a
THE ATTENTION OF THE COMMIT,
wwr ..... .. . . .
-- will is reBpecuuiiy caiicu to tno loitowing
features in connection with this Company:
First By insuring in this Company, the advant
ages of a Mut nn.1 Insurance Company are obtained,
with the additional advantage afforded in thesecurity
given by an ample and relinbln Cash Capital a fea-
tnrn nnt nvunnta.l KirnH!nn.... Itr.....nl trl... ....
.... ..U...UD,, ,,. nj v. UII.C.I ulllL.m, t. II t, , IIQlll (.lilt
Companies. Tbo dividends to customers, already de-
ciareu, are as lullows:
First Divlson to Policy-Bolderi, 1M7, per cent.
Hecnnil tin. .Ia fin luso rsi 11
Third do. do. do.: lHSit'.aio
Sroonn-The security given, which is already large,
will constantly increase witli each year of successful
um'iuu,. inn in ctmuiLwi .-.inn i,y ii! 1 1, iijiiuw.
ing statement, show ing the position of the Company
In each year since the new system was adopted.
July, l&A, Not Assets of tbo Company, Sr0,3! 43
" 1H57, " " 049 719 M
ISM, 7:il,9!M 82
ltw'is, (ross Assets, " inn,ii8l S4
" " Liabilities ie,14 37
iniHu niv iimiireu incur no naiiiiiry wnarevor,
Wbilfl nhtnitlinff thn.n nil van lanui nr.iiiurl. .......lln
and choapnias. OKO. 'X. HOl'K President.
11. a. iinniruHT, oocroiary.
Cvbus Peck, Assistant Secretary.
SAM'I E. MACK & Co., Agents,
US IVest Tbii d-tttrect, Ciucinnntl.
FOLDING SPRING M1TRESS
WEIGHS ONLY 63 1BSI MANUFAOTD BED,
WHOLESALE AND BKTA1L, BY .
BENNETT & COi,
Jl i,i"n Hvcamore streot, belorJFi,
II ALL S PATEilT..
THE MOST RELIABLE FIRE AND
BURGLAR PItOOF SAFES. They have given
more satisfaction than any other now in mm.
Wc offer a reward uf OrVB THOUSAND BOL
LAIIS to any person that can, up to the present
time, eliowu single lnatance wherein they have failed
to proserve their contents.
With this SAFK we challenge all competition, aa
being the best Flro Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now mado; and are willing to
test with any establishment in the Union, aud the
party failing first, to forfeit to the other, the sum
Of 82,0(10. .in
Wo are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at Iobs
cost, than any other manufacturer in the United
necond-hand Safes of other makers, also on hand.
Weresnectfullv invltnthnnnlillc to cntl and exam
ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
HA Lb, UAKUUljIJ St liV.,
ang12-ayt Nos. 1 6 and 17 Kaat Columbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY, FLUX,
Cholera. Bilious Ctolic. and
AIL PiLVS UT TDE ST0UACII & BOWBLS.
Blade by GEO. S. LIGIIT,
WHOLXBALX DRUGOI8T, CINCINNATI, '
FOlt HK1.1l BY JOHN I. PARK. SCIItB. KC.K.
8TIKB A CO., and Druggists generally. Order left
at William win A Hatfield, flo, 41 Walnut street
will be attended to. nulS,tQOvl
I. X. L.
3VT XT S "T 3R. 33 .
AFTER MANY YEARS OP PRACTICAL
axnerienca in thn art of MiiKtard.inftlftnff. th.
proprietors otter the above brand of Mustard To the
puDiiu, Kujiianwieing it. asuicuy pure arcioie, manu
facturea from the best quality of seed, carefully se
lected with the design of producing a Mnstard SUPE.
RICK IN FLAVOR AND PUNGENCY TO ANY
NOW IN USE. We have no Hesitation in laying
that all lovers of good Mustard will find the I. X. L.
to be that which they so frequently fail to obtain, :i
MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTARD.
sWTOrders promptly filled. ;
HARRISON k WILSON,
JeM :"' ' 9 nnd 101 Wnlnnt-atrei t. '
THE undersigned Is prepared to pot on a
Composition Hoof of the best quality at short
Office In JAB. Brace's Carriage Repository, cor
ner Third and Vine.
BUT Roofing material constantly os hand, and for
sals. (jy7-3aa) J, M. NOBLE.
JUNE 20. 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
IOUR DAILY TRAINS . LEAVE THE
. Hlxth-street Depot.
Trains run through to Indianapolis, Lima, lau
diiskyand Clevefand without change ol cars.
Through Tickets fur all Eastern, Western, North,
ern and Nortli-wostfcrn cities. ,
fl A. 91 KXrilK.S TBAlN (Oolnmbns time,
wl'lcfi i'soveu niilutes faster than Oinelnnati
Cleveland and Pittsburg, Via Delaware, makes clou
connection lit Oreetline for Pittsburg. JBallimure,
Philadelphia and Kew York; and at Cleleind frf
Dunkirk, Hutfalo, Boston and Now York. Also,eon-'
necta at Dayton with Dayton and Michigan Koad lot
Troy, Pluua, bidney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit. JTofH
Wayne and Oilcaito, reaching Toledo at 3:3(1, IletrolS
at e:on, and Chicago at7:) P. Ma tiiiincy and Galena
at 7 A. M, Also, at Dayton with Greenville and In lam I
Boad, for Greenville, Union, Winchester and Mus
civ. Also, r-miieets nt Klchmond with Indiana Cea
tral Hoad.fnr Indianapolis, Lafeyetto, Chicago, Terre
Haute, St. Louis, au(l all Western cities. Also, nt
Richmond with Cincinnati and Chicago Koad, for
AmletsoiijKokomo and i'orn. Also, connects wllu.
Junction SSilfiadat lliimllton fur Oxford.
H A. M. MAII, TRAIN for Dayton, Spring- .
field and Sandusky Connects at Rundiisky with
STKAMEB for IIKTKOIT: at UMIANA for COLUM
BUS; at Korestwlth Pittsburg, Fort WayneandChe
ciigo Road, East and West; at Clydo with 0. and To
ledo llond for Cleveland and Bullslo, 'Polcdo, Detroit
and Chicago, This truiu alio connects nt DELA
WAKE with the C, 0, A O. lload for Cleveland i's
xiints Kitnti nhoconnectsat Hamilton with Junotieai
430 1. HI. TKAIM For Dayton. Hnrlniaffeld
and Snndusky Connects at Foroi4 with Pittsburg.
t'ortWnyne ond Chicago iioad. Kust and West; at
Clyde withC. alld Toledo Komi lor Cloveland ang Buf
falo, Toledo, Iftroit andfhii-aifo. . Also, connects at '
Richmond for Indiuimpoli't Torre llnute, St. LouU
and Chicago. A lao, conuects with Junction liailroad
at llnmllton for Oxford.
V, ill. TRAIN For Dayton. Troy, Piqna, Sid
ney, Lima. Toledo, Detroit, 'ort Waj'tO and Chi
cavo, rraichirlg Chicsyo at H A. M.
r The 6 iiiirl it A. W. trains connoot at OleVelaaa
With steamers fur Bnltultf.
For furl hor information add Tickets, apply at the
Tleket ofilces-north-eat corner JTsont and Itroad
way; Ko. M IValnut-stroat, near fllbson Honsei at
the new Tioliet WBee, on t be west side cf Vine-street,
between Postollice and Ittimet llonse; at the Wains.
Street House, or at the nix th t reet Depot. '
au!3 DltfuLARKN, tfnpurlntondMit.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Traiu-Kd. 1 JCxprass, at 0 A. Al., connects via;
Columbus andCloveian; i Columbus, Crostline and
Pittsburgh, via Colunibuj, Jteubenville and Pitta,
burgh, DetnitviaClevolaudauds?ner. This Train
stops, between Clnoinnall and Colun.'DU9,i Lovn
laud, Deertleld,. Morrow, Xonia, Ceilarv'Ue, Boiitt
Charleston, London aud West Jenorson.
SeoondTi-ain-No. a Express, nt 8:30 A.M., conri'tj
via Columbus, Beliair and llenwood; Whoeling; v..?
Columbus, StouhenvilloHnd Pitlsbnrg: via Columbus,
Crestline and Pittsburg! via Columbus and Cleve
land; Detroit, via Cleveland aid steamer; W hite Sul
phur b)tatIon,via Springfield. This Train stops be
tween Cincinnati and Colnuibns, at Plalnville, Mil
furd, Mlamivilie, Lovcland, Deerfield, Morrow, Cor
win, Spring Valley, Xenia and London.
Tliird Train Accommodation, at 4:40 P. II., for
Columbus and Springfield.
Fourth Train-Night Express, at 11:30 P. M.; con
nects via Columbus, Beliair and Benwood; Wheeling;
via ColnmliUB, Steubenville and Pittsburg; v Or.
lumbus, Cresttiue and Pitlsbnrg: via Columtnrs and
Cleveland. This train stops at Loveland, Merro-,
Corwln, Xenla and London. SLEEPING) CABS 051
No. 1 Express, throusb. to Cleveland wlthottchange
No.2Kxpress,throngh to Wheelingwlthont change
Tho NIGHT EXPRESS Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:30 P. M., runs daily, except SATURDAYS. Tho
other Trains run daily , except HUNDA YS.
For all information, and flu'ongh Tickets to Bns.
Wn V ni.1, ...... nnf.i ...
HFU, ll.W lUIll, l 11 1 1 nUII I I Ilia, JI,1llllllUI. TTIMJIllllK-
ton, DufTalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cloveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
apply at the Offices, Walnut Htiwt House, No. 1 Bur
net House, south-east corner ol Broadway .-nd Front
streets, aud at tho Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus tin, which is seven min
utes faster than Cincinnati time.
J. DUJRAND. Sup't, .
Omnibuses calLforpassengers by leaving direction
at the Ticket OuTccs. '.? . i mylT
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST,
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
Ctaty One Cliangt of Can between Cincinnati
and Chicago. '
Three PassenaerTralnslcavvCincinnaiidailr. from
the foot of Mill nnd Front streets.
5:50 A. M. Chicago Mail arrives at Inriiannnolls at
10:30 A. M.; Chicago at 7:25 P.M. This trWu con
nects with all night trains out of Chicago, for the
West anil North-west.
12:1) M. Torre Haute and Lsytayette Accommoda
tion arrivos at Indiananolis. nt A:00 P. M.. ruaklnv
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terre Haul
Trains and Indianapolis and Lalayetto trains for
Decatur, Springfield, Naples, Ouincy, Hannibal and
Bt. Joseph; also with Peru traiua for Peru, Ft. Wayne
and Toledo. ,
:WI P.M. Chicago Express arrive) at Indianapolis
at 10:30 P. M.: Chicago at 7:40 A. M. Making close
connections at Chicao with all mornirisr trains out
of Chicago. This train conuects at Indianapolis
wltu Torre llaute trains . lor alt points West nnd
Bloeoing cars are attached to all the night trains
on this line, and ran through to Chicago without
change of cars. '
Tins is exclusively a western ana nortn-westent
route, and with favnrable and rollablo arrangements
with all connecting roads throughout the entire
West, tmarantees unusual care aud the nuiolost ac
commodations to the patrons ot this line.
ma jso sure you urn in tue right ttcget onice neiora
-on purchase your tickets, and ass; for tickots via
jswroncoburg and lndiaiiapollii.
Faro the same us by anr other rents. Skuimmmm -
THROUGH TICKETS, good until used. can be ob
tained at the ticket offices, at Bpencer House Cornnr,
north-east comer Broadway and Front; No. I Unr
oot House Comer; at the Walnut-street House, and
at lA'pot ofilce, foot of Mill, on Front struct, where .
all necessary information may be had,
Omnibiuues run to and from each train, and w
call foi passengerB at all hotels and all parts of th
city, bj leaving address at either offlce.
mylt - General Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
, ' CHICAGO,
L0OAN8POBT, , .
- - FORT WAVNlt.
TWO DAILTTHRODOIIJBAINS leaveSlxth street
xiepot, at o a. in. anu iw tr. ju.
t A. M. INDIANAPOLIS. ST. LOUIS A OHTHA.
00 FAST EXPRESS. Through direct, making close
connections for all other Western and Nortn-wostnra
points. This Train also connects at Richmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Kokn.
mo, Loganaport. and all points en Wabash Valley
..mi v f vwm.ua. unv.va jitTTn.rwi & ut
LOUIS NIGHT EXPRESS.-The' above Trains make
close connections at Indianapolis, Lafayette and Chi
cago, with Trains for Terro Haute, Springfield, Rork
laiann, uaiesuurg, neuostia, iiaicosse, jacasonvitie,
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Mattoon, Naples,
Galena, Qnlncy, Prairie dn Chien, Pana, Peoria,
Dnnleith, Racine, Decatur, Bloomingtou, Joliet, l.
Salle, St. Paul, and all towns and cities ia the North
. MThrongh tickets given and Baggage checked
For further information and Through Tickets, ap
ply to Ticket Offices, north-east eornerot Front aud
Broadway; No. 109 Walnut street, n.or Fourth; at
south-east corner of Fourth and Vino street, or at
tue Bixia-sireot Depot.
t. m. muimuw, :itire..nionrieni.
Omnibnsos will call fornassong nt-i.vln their
names at eithor of the Ticket Off
150 w. tl. lTif, Agsnt.
CANDY ! CANDY
' ''swarssasawava' "' ' '
H. N. pLARHL,
(Bnocusor to MnssACo,)
Mauufacturen nnd Wholesale. Dealeii
' : " '-IN-'
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIP,
i .. ,'':; ' ; v.. ' '.
40 ! MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI
JL aj..' ..'..... ?f '
DR. SAWI't ! ilsjiim: "
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISK ASMS OK
TUB SKIN, RHBUMAT18M, DISEASES OP
WOMEN, and such Cbrouic complaints as may ha
benefitted brine Hjgysnis .and Atmopatliio lystein
Vaporj Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenic, Msrcury, Tur..
kilh, Russian and Electro-Chemical Baths, Bit
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of ilectris
and llagaetlo Apparatus. , 1 1 "
NO. 67 WEST 8IXTB-ITBEET.
aWss hsira A. H, t P. at. sn!9-tft