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T H E PR E S S;
Ol'KICK, 14 WEST rOUBTR-STRKET. '
IX CFNTS WILL PAY FOR THE
" MN.NY PRESS ONI WEEK. i
TH0B8DAT..M..
..SEPTEMBER 99
THINGS TO CHERISH.
' Th" eyes Hint took with love on thee,
" 'That brighten with thy smile, -
Or merely bid the hope again,
ll thou an sail awhile; '
The eyes that, when no word are hroutlit'd,
,. Oazc fondly Into mine
j ? 0)i.( liorinh them, era theygrow dim,
'1 liny may not always shiae!
Thedaithfal koarrs around thee . ,
Thatglov. with love sad youth, ; u
That time ami care ne'er yet haveacared,'
Kor ravished of their ti nth;
Tn heart whose beatings we have heard,
When throbbing near our own
On, cherish them; thoKObeatinga hushed,
S; Mrlk'stoirtBttenee) are gone. ,
J'l!S,W when tliore are hearts and eyes t i
r "That throb and beam fiirfw ... .
The few fleet honrawhen lifedotrivsaeui
Bright aaa summer tea;
The thrilling moments when to speelt
, 'be Ml heart's joy Is vain
Oh. cherish thorn! once gone, alas!
'. - Jbryne er return again!.
i
i
I'LL TRY.
Dir.-
"1 can't Jo 11, i Jtnovv' I can'i,' wur
mured Uoorgo, half rlshig from hi seat
on' the-old pine log, and tuiaing to thP
viood-iilo, "hero 1 am, while the, otIit'r
boys are nil having a good time to play,
cooped up in this dull, tiresome yard,
-with a great pilo of wood which 1 must
get into the shed somehow." Then, in
sto;.d of commBrrofnj JliS appointed task,
ho kicked the chip afcout with his foot,
sill the while surveying the wood-pile,
which rose, like a mountain of difficulty,
before him.
'"'"tlifit is not the way, &J6i'gc,!' sm'd his
bi'stcr'Addic, from the kitohfitf. Window.
"Sitting on a log, or kicking chips about,
will never pile wood."
". , "It is easy enough for you to say so,"
.returned tieorge, "but the girls don't know
sinything about work. All they have to
do it (it io the house sewing, or per
lufe vvfiK A fow dishes, and sweep the
room. What w.Quld. Addie think if alio
hud to stand out here Jn the blazing sun,
throwing wood into the wheelbarrow and
then drawing th e heavy thing into the
M?ii nil! k lA ; n- .r.-
lliis' last tjuestioh was probably ad
dressed to. himself, as his sister had dis
appeared from the window. Her remarks
produced some effect, as (leorge soon be
can his work not cheerfully, howovor,
as if his heart was in it, but with a sullen
face and dilatory step. .Very slowly went
the sticks into the wheelbarrow, and when,
after much dolay, the latter was filled, its
progress toward the 'wood-shed was still
more slow. Thus the greater part of the
"morning ; passed, without any perceptible
diminution In the wood-piio. - - .
"if you don't move faster", you will not
get your wood done' before5 the , snow
comes," exclaimed Addie,' this time ap
pearing at the back' door, iostiftfi1- of the
. window.
i "You don't know how hard it is'1 an
swered George, apologetically. "IVC go
ri.handlo every stick of tins large
'Tr,,rw.T'mnSet !t ino the shed. Th
wheelbarrow mm7 ough without
anything in it, but wn 14 18
,HUii I fan't move quick.".
"Thore is no need of going so much
like a snail," retorted Addie. "If I did,
when do you think your shirts would be
made, or yonr dinners be ready'.'" With
these words the energetic girl disappeared,
fur her moments wore too precious to be
wasted in talking. ' '
iSy this timo George was quito angry.
"Shirts and dinners," ho thought con
? toiriptously, !'what are tliey compared
with piling wood? What did Addie know
about it?" : Addie could have told him
that, although she never attempted the
liwt-nomed work, she daily performed
many duties which required the exercise
' ' '-'of the same patient, persevering spirit of
untiring labor. It could not be other
wise, since there was an invalid mother
lor her to nurse, food to prepare for father
and brothers, garments to be kept in ro
' tmirl besides the constantly recurring du-
. tics which render the work of the most
cflicicnt housewifo never completed.
When (Jeorre acain returned from the
hcd, ho dropped the handles of the
wheelbarrow, and Bitting down upon the
I log, gave inward expression to his discon
tented feelings. The wood-pile seemed
' . to- tower higher than ever, and ho began
to calculate how many sticks there were
in the whole, and how many times ho
-hould bo obliged to travel backward and
lorwaru before Jus task could be com-
jJtted. ;Thcse calculations did not assist
1 ins labor,' whilo the longer he deliberated
the larger the pile seemed to grow, and
the more his shoulders ached in view 'of
the difficulty.
! j i "I cannot do it," he at Jength exclaimed.
4 1 snail be aa gray as grandfather, yes,
und as crooked too, before I get all that
' wood piled." Very shadowy grew his
. laeo, while occupied with these thoughts,
und perhaps he would have cried, were it
riot tor the fact that boys usually consider
f it beneath their dignity to shed tears.
Would that they deemed it equally be
noath their dignity to murmur at difficult
tasks!
' ! ' Ho was roused from these gloomy fore
iiouings by the pressure ot a nana upon
Ins shoulder. A kind band, be Knew, by
the gontlencss of the touch a syinpa-
thiiing hand; there was a kind of telo
. ! ' graphic communication between it and
his heart, better felt than describe!
, "In trouble, my young friend," queried
, voice, which was a fitting accompani
ment to the hand. "I don't like to soo
Korrowful faces, especially when the heart
lias as little cause for sorrow as yours." -'
i "l am tired and discouraged, Captain
Russell," answered the lad. "I thought 1
xhonld have a nice time to enjoy myself
. these two weeks of vacation, but father
ssys I must pile all this wood. Every
tick of it I have got to do myself, and
' you see how much thero is. Aly arms
che and my head nches."
. , j ,"And the heart achos more than cither,"
interrupted Captain KubscIL "I know
U About it, for I was a boy once, and
have not yet forgotten how boys feol."
ltisalaTgepile, added ho, seating
himself by the side of George on tho log,
, f'but you don't expect to put it into the
wheelbarrow by one effort."
"OI. no, sir, answered George, In a
tone' quito unlike the complaining voice
. which ho used a fc w minutes previous
'. "I shall be satisfied it lean do it by
trarklng a long time and taking a great
y steps.
'Iiever allow yourself to think how
By difficulties thcro arc in the way,"
urterposcd Captain Kusscll, "but roso
hately struggle with, the first, and when
that is O'fercomo you will bo hotter pre
pared for tho second. Put the sticks
ono by ono into the wheelbarrow, and,
when it ,is filled, go to tho shed with your
burden ; .continue to go on in this way,
without allowing yourself to think how
many steps you will havo to take or how
wearisome tho task will be. If such
thoughts should come, just put thorn aside
with a quiet, resolute 'I'll Try.' These
little words, 'of only six letters, have ae
coraplished ev ery great deed recorded in
tho pago of history. During the greater
part ot my life lny watch-word has beat),
'I'll Try.' It has led me through mony
dangors, aided me in surmounting diffi
culties, and has beun the moving syring
in all the good which, with God's bless
ing, 1 have Otfcoonplished. Xow, my
young friend, I wiflhto see what 'I'll Try'
can do for you," he added, in conclusion,
busying himself by putting wood into the
wheolbarrow ," piobably as a practicol
commentary upon his remarks.
Who could resist ho influence of such
encouraging words, coupled with a still
more eucouraging manner? George could
not, but following tbo exauplo of his
1" 1, .
juuicious counsellor, .no diligently re
sumed his work. Now fc'ic sticks followed
each other down tho pile in quick succes
sion, and when the wlieojbarrow again
started ior tne snoa, titre were no more
timid creaks, but conu uingling of rapid
sounds, as if the cluniay thing had just
waked out of a long alMip, ana was roally
Jn a hurry. Captain 'Kussell's Watch-
Electioneering.
Governor P- 1, of Kentucky, tells
a couple of good ones on thimsolf. When
on a canvass preceding lyiu election, he
stopped At a cabin on tho vwayside in the
eastern mountains of the State for a bit
of dinner. The good housw-wife served
him a better repast than he expected: ten
der and jucy fresh venison being ono of
thff courses, followed by a tempting dis
play of pastry. Cutting into one of the
pics and tasting the same, his palate was.
ontirely propitiated, and ho paid his com
pliments to tho lady by way of making
an inquiry.
"Madam," said he, "this is a very deli
cious pie; but upon my word 1 don't know
what is the fruit in it pray tell tne if
you please."
"Why ! stranger, where did you ocmi
from ?" demanded the dame in turn..
"Well, I am from the lower part of the
State, but no such fruit as this, grows
tncre. inaccu, mauam, i aw lgr.orant oi
this fruit, and beg you will inform mc
what it is."
"Up for Governor," cxclaiuiod tho, u8.
tonished woman, "and don't know huckle
berries ! Well, I mistrustyoM uirj't fittcn
for the olhco !"
The Governor would have r elinquished
the track, but his party wonl dn't let him
off; and ho was cloctod h(' pit0 0f his
ignoranco of huckloborricj.
MERCHANTS, ATTENTION.
WK AKK N OW PREPARTJ1) TO 1)0,
n th .hnra "I n"ti'. and 1m the latil am
niesl Cwihiouable ntfl i all kinda U 1
Job Printing,
SUCH AT
BILLS Or LAD1K8;
DBAT Tlt'KJtTH;
AUCTION DILLS;
CIir-UKS;
BONDS;
DILLS OF TAKK;
IiRTTKH HK.VIiS!
BIOKTGAGKS;
CIRCUliAllS;
t'OUPONB;
l'OLlClKS;
rosTtusj
DEKDUj
niOQHAMMia
CARDS;
EAILBOAD
AKD
STEAMBOAT WORK,
IN riNK DTK, AT MODERATE MILIO.
FIIANCISUO & CA1DWJSLL.
A LARUE! ASHHtTMKNT
AGRICULTUEAL BOOKS,
ro nAt.a nr
E.MENDENHALL, :
At III new Store, 10 Wcat flllli-atrcet.
tPl"'J
SEWING MACHINES.:
YOUNG'S ,
Improved Two-Threaded Look-Stitch
FAMILY SEWTITGf MACHINE
$35, $30 and 35.
milE SATISFACTION WHICH THESE
JL machine han given to thnw who hava heen
ninn tbcui, in all kimla of 1'nrailf Sewinr, IcadK m
to recommt'iid them to the public, with the fill lent
conlhlence that they will giro entire aatlxfitotion
wherever wed. Aalile from all kinils of m iuif, they
KMiianniKn bcniltiliillr. Thcynio in Allrenpei ta, aa
reifiril e the execution of work, HiHtH-lw n.nchiiH'i.
Tliey are noiron eliibitlun at the irair. Ve nliall
take nleuauro in o.plainln tho working ot our ma
chineH, and give pooimenii of our vvnrlc to all vho
will favor ik with a call at ouraale-rooma, corner of
Vine and Kiftli -street, over 1 'nle & Hopkina'a Htoro.
To poraona reaiding out of Ihoclty, who will in
ctiwent a threo-uent atnmp, with their addreMtwe
will eoiid our circular, with upoclinena of work, . ,
. . . W1LT8EB BRnTIIBKH, Acenta,'
P. 0. Box 2,m, lllnciunutl, 0. '
' T Agenta wnntod throughout Ohio and Ken
tucky, i aepMam ,
$30. $30. $30. $30.
Thirty-Dollar Double lock-Stitch
tin in nn vi
8ECUKKD BY BKCENT LETTERS TATKNT.
rriHIS MACHINE HAS BEEN TRO
.. MOl'NUKD by all competent JhiIbcm. who
havo aeon it. to lie the hest unit iiiiint ileKirnhh. Vhhi.
ilySewliin Machine urer intrpdnceil, fcjtardlcxa
iriiv. ii. wiil iicmv mi Hiuua 01 HLiiiliy guoux,
from the very thickest lo the very finest fatirtca made,
and neea all kinda ot thread, from No. 8 to ".
No oil la nseil on ton of the lUnrulnu. :
Scud lor a circular, or cull and aee it In operation.
Upon early application, SUteand County Bigutimny
be secured.
An energetic person can make a fortune In a short
time. Agents wanted in nil unsold territory.
H. V. HURTiUaN,
8c le and exclusive acent for tbo United States,
epMfmt OS West rourtli-streot, Oinoinnnti.
G.C.KNlTSTN&fjo.
PIAtEIlS IX
IiADI), WEBSTER A CO.'S
CLato Hunt, Webster ACe.'s.)
SEWING MACHINES,
' 5io. C I'ourtl!-street, Cincinnati.
On tho 1st or Octilcr Te will remove te
Ho. 80 .'.West Fourth-street,
OAZETTBjJILDIXG.
"Sloat &Co."
sewing machines,
CT1TCIIINU THE SAME . ON 130TI1
sidi, leaving no ridge or chain, and hnniittililu
lo ravel. Kor apeeil, accuracy or eauo of motion, tho
Elliptic ilacliino is without a rival.
Cluclniinti, OmceS'j Went Fourth atrcct. .
KELSEY & CO.'S
SEWING-MACHINES
Office-30 West Fourth-street,
CINCINNATI.
XXTX ASK OP A DISCRIMINATINa
ww niihlio.ln pursuit of a relialilc Mcwing-Mn.
i-hlne. the most riitiil compariion of tlie mnritH nf
tlieaeAlai-hincawitli all others in the market. We
court it, being sum it will rosult in our favor.
1). W. HAUKINGTON & CO.,
JijW Atreuta.
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES.
Prkcn Seduced to 950, $T5, $110and 9125.
Singer's New Fnmlly Sewlns Dlnalilne,
The price of which Is only Is a light and elegant
ly decorated Machine, capable of performing, in tbo
best style, all tho sewing of a private family.
Blnajer'a TrmiRveree Shuttle Mnrhloe,
To he aold at J7 is a Machine entirely new in its arrangement-,
it la very beautiful, moves rapidly and
very easily, and, for family use and light manufac
turing purpose, is the very best and cheapest ila
chluo ever offered to the public
Singer's No. 1 Stn.ndn.rd Shuttle Machine,
Formerly aold at 8135, lint now reduced to SI 10, ia
known all over the world. Every sort of work can
he done with it.
8incr' No, ! Stnndnrd Shuttle Machine,
Thle la the favorite manufacturing Machine every,
where frico, with table complete, S12S,
W Bond for a Circular.
JAMES SKAKDON,
Agent for J. M. Singer A Co.
No. 8 East Fourth street,
jel4- CINOIMKATI, OHIO,
EVENS'
MANUFACTURING
SEWING MACHINE.
IbelWvnl niako tlio beat Lock-ttltch Sowing Ma.
ehlnea.in theworld. If tho purchaser does uot think
to after ail months trial, I will refund yon the
SOO J2k.3STlD S1XO,
Price of Machines.
OFriCK AND SALK BOOMS-rirectly on the
Northwest corner Main and fourth atreott, over
Owen'a Jewelry establishment.
A11 klmla of rlewlng-Madilnea repaired, and
Uht. machinery mannfactiueil, at tho factory, 187
Wiilniit-sl rout, corner Walnut aud Fifth.
AReiiiawanieo in otnor cltH'a toaill my Sew.
Ins-Mwihipea. Addrosa, P. KVANS, Jr., (Jincln.
natl. '. auw
Gas Fixtures,
AT HUH Ci:i PllICES.
V"B HAVE ON HAND TEE LARGEST
W w . variety and best eohwtod aiiortinen or Oaa
Fliturea In Cincinnati, consiatingof all that ia new
vr deairahle in the Oaa Flaturo line.
We warrant every Fixture we sell to be snnal. hoth
in uinterial and Hnieh, to any that U sold in tlilao
any other market, and in addition will guarsntei
them In retain their color and remain perfect for tve
jenrarroinlhetiinetheyareputupbyua. .
Call, see, and exnmineouratock, '
lT3l -cm m Main street, near Fourth
ERCHANT TAILOR, 2G0 WAI.-
KVT-STKKKT, nbnve Sixth, Is receiving a
rcsli slock of tJInlhs. Camimerea, Veatlnga and
Qcnta lornlsliinKGonds. lie has engaged the svrv-li-es
of an expi ricncod and artietlo Cutter, whose
works will hear testimony to hlaakill. Allgarmenta
ki ran ted to give satisfaction. , Hcp7ani
jI f N K m N ES,TjYANDIES7'jlc,.-j6lfN
- BATKS bill on hand an extensive stock of line
Mierry, I'ort, Maderia, t'lnrnt, Clianipngne and I'a
tiiwha Whim. Also, i,, Jlrimdli. Jamaica lliim,
Holland 1,111 and other l,liiiors, nhieli lie warrant
hu and nf lbs tawteiiality. Kor ile, National Tln-a.
t"r Hiiililiug, Sycamorc-streot. septz
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
TtJ ANUFACTU11ER3 OF BAR, SHEET
A.. andlkdlerfron. Plow Mlahs, Ball road Bplkea
Eto. Also, Aannta fur tbns eir 1, u..W.n.
Dkln
"mnvuiui aiv. i Aiuib oocona fitruut. Illnelnn&l
vAll klnda Iron readeto order.
108
J. J. BUTLER'S
i;ici-Isior Fluil Inks.
Waiiiiftctui'v. 30Vine St. 51
l"ILs-IAM - IMSNiivTATTORNEY
w w AT LAW.Chaao Bnildlngs.Ko. OEantThlrd-
tri'Ct. . gfpj.ny
1
MISCELLANEOUS.
1 TIIE OLD DOMINION
'. ,. ,. . t ... .,J .. ,.,,;4v,
AND ''''
TE A POT.
A R T II U It ' S
SELF - SEALING
FRUIT CANS
and .. "(;
The beat now in nao and all prepared for Sealing,
P II A T TS
'. - 1 I v , , ,..
PATENT
Self-Ventilating
MILK- PAN
The greatest invention yet, Ivory houso-koepor
hould have one.
,, , , , ARTHUR, BURNrjAM 4 OIIIIOT, '
1 . llanufacttirers of Patent Articles,
KaTTrado Depot for the West,
21 last Pearl atroet, Cincinnati.
' JOSEPH B. GREEN, Asent.
end tor a trade Circular. ; -. -, aul
WESTERN
Commercial College
HAS CHANGED ITS LOCATION , ,
NIXON'S NEW BUILDING,
OPPOSITE TUB POSTOFFICE, 1 '
IUCUARD NELSON, Principal.
Circulars, stating tarmi, cbq be had on aprli.
c'"'011' . aep2ay
' fcOUTHG ATE HOUSE,
Son th-enat corner of Sixth and Elm, Cincinnati, 0.
'lnE SUBSCRIBER UAVINO RENEWED
his louso of tho Southgato House, and expended
s largo itmotmtuf unneyln palutln, Cntpntlne, and
ri'lurnlahinK it, Introducing Bathlng-iooniM, Water
closvla, ntid every roHlblo conveniouco aud luxury
llirouglirn (,tuvitos a continuance of tho public pat
rimttce, lip teds ainlidciit that tho hottso will lie
lounil, Willi i(N recent Improvements, in a bettor
condition than whou tirat. oiionvd lor tho reception of
Uitexls. The location of the hotel la central and ran
venieut, cither for up-town visits or down-town
business. Meals are regularly served at the table
d'hote, or In private rooms, and furnished at nil
hours. The terms aro $1 per day, and acwiniuioila
Hon ennnl to any Si 50 por day limine in tho city.
Tho house will bo kept open night and day, at all
lioiirs. Omnibuses will be in dttoiidauoe to and from
Hie cars. Breakfnat for early train. And for the
rest, the proprietor loaves his guosta to apeak for
him. sopl-am Jf. F. WATSON, Proprietor.
Wl B. I) ODDS,
rormorly of IIall,Dodda A Vo.i late TJrban.Doddi A Co,
W. M. Dodds & Co.,
: KANVrAOTDBKM or ina ' , ,u
O O WT O II. 33 T 323
Fire and ISiirglar Proof
. ;!fu7-Si A'F 1 S ! - V
ti, W, Coruer of Vine A Second Streets.
This Is the most reliable riHK AND BU11QLA
PKOOF HAKE that is made in the United States, and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower pricea, and is of better workmanship than
can he found elsewhere. i..,.. ,
We have a large assortment on hand, and are do.
terminod to sell at prices that cannot fail to please.
Old Sales
Taken In exchange. BKOOND-HAND BATES al
ways on band at extreuialy low prices. . w
ROOFING.
Saltouslall's Fire aud Water rroof,
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC
COATING FOR ROOFS.
THE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
Coating for Metal Roofs, or any Iron Work ex
posed lu use. Warranted to withstand the severest
teats of Heat, Cold, Bain, or Sulphuric Acid, and re
main perfectly impervious to Water. It will not
met t, crack, wash or scale off. For now, old, leaky
metal roofs, or for canvas roofs, it ia 60 per cent,
cheaper than any other continr;. AH orders accom
panied with the cash or satisfactory references, will
lie promptly filled, in any unsold territory South and
West jf Hew York aud Pennsylvania. Kor further
Info'-iation, apply to
o , F. ROTS CO.,
i ' r "i'e Proprietors and Manufacturers, ,
eat Second street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
IMibFINCJ ! IlOOFUVf !
THE " OUTCALT ELASTIC ME
TALLIC ROOFING" Is offorod to tho public
aa the best and cheapest Motal Koof now used, Its
merits tested by an experience of years in this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or now
buildings. No solder need fastened securely with
out exposure to the action of the elements, i
Prepared sheets, boxed for ahipmen t to any part of
the United States, can be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled,
. .CALDWELL A CO,
iyl-tf , IS) West Second street
MerceU's Blackberry Anodyne.
THIS MEDICINE 13 OFFERED TO THE
public as one of the best, if not tho very best med
icine that has ever been invented forDuniuiKA.Dvs.
r.KVKKT, Cholera Ihvaxtdm, and all other dor an ce
ments of the Stomach and Digestive Organs, which
are ao pre ralant and fatal in our country corrects
th dtra: (1 condition of the Livar: allays Nervone
T.' If. if. ( a ,1,1.1, .ia ia niiurl hv ll...,Kln 1.
bi fcni Joalthy action to the bowols, and w'thul, is
pi.aafmt lotake. ; iy23-bmt
Money! ifloney! Money!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
. lteiuoved from 50 Weat Sixtli-mreet.
MONET LOANEFON WATCHES, JEW
KLIir and all kinda of Merchandise, at low
rates or interest, at No. 173 Vine-streot, between
fourth and Fifth. . , 244 .
GLASGOW AND If EW YORK
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
BTBA&t TO QLASQO V.MVEBPOOL, BSLFAST,
DUBLIN ANP LONDOKDIBBI
, FOR 9J0.
TBOX ItEW Y0HK.
Gln-uow, Thomson, Wednesilny,Ang. St. at 12 noon
Edinliurah, humming. .Wednesday, June 1, "
(ilnsKow, Thomson , , " July A, '
Kdiiiburgh.Cuuiuiing.. " t ' July 27, "
rkoat atAsaow.
Edinburgh, Cummlng..-8nturday, May 7.
If In ago w, Thomson. ..Wednesday, July 27,
Edinburgh, Uutnming...i " . July 2. .
Rates of Passage from New York, Philadelphia or
Boston, to Glasgow, Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
Londonderry, ftrst olasa, 73. Hteerage, found with
an abundance of properly -oooked provlalona, $30.
An experienced Hurgeon attached to each steamer.
No charge for medicines.
For Freight or Passage, apply to 1
' ?L.- ROjBBRT ORAia. 17 Broadway.
FRONT STREET FACTORY
,'. , ,: ' . AND .'.
, LUMBER DEPOT,
No. 167 East Front Street, bet. Pike and Butlor-st's,
riouth-side.
HAVINO FITTED UP THE PREMISES
with the most improved kind of machinery, I
am prepared to lurnlah, at short notice, all kinds of
noutoand Hteamboat, tVirpenter and Joiner's work.
Hath, HIIikIh, Doors, Fruuiea and Moldiusa, of all
riesortptioiiH. Kieuinliont Iiiimbor, Wcatlier-board-ng,
Hhlngie!,8idinir, Flooring, Ac, kept constanlly
on hand. Particular attention paid lo planing, rip
ping anil scroll hawing. Heavy frnniing lumber can
he planed and trued so foot long, and W Inches wide.
Persona alioutW build, will llud it to their advau
lago to give me a call. WM. JONES,
anyj-hra 1 1 Proprietor
Fall and Winter Boots and Shoes.
JOHN H. DETERS.
No. M West Fourth-afreet,
HAS NOW JVt STORE A LARGE AND
complete Stock of Fall and Winter Boots And
ShoosL which for e lent and viu ioly is not eurpawted.
Ilia nork ia snperlorto any kept lu tbo city, and Is
noli I very cheap furnish. ...., aep2l
DRSi B. EHBIAN& W. C. LEECH.
,;. iioiia:orATiiisTs. '-
OrriCX NO. 4J BHVKNTH STREET.
Ofrlce hoars from A. II. , 1 to 3, and 7 te V, P. 11,
JysV'Cia
. 'V! it t';. I 1
'J ' ": INSURANCE. ' f
B Y 8 TATE : A 17 THO RI T Y
Incorporated 1819. Charier Perpetual
. Agenoy established In Cincinnati In lVJ3,nn
tetlatlug all present local Insurance Companies and
Agencies In the Insurance bnslneia in thisclty. 3:
years constant duty hero, combined with wealth, ex
perlenee, enterprise and llla'mllty, especially com.
rnend the jETNA lusurnnce Company to the favora
ble pat ronaee of this eomnitinllystanding solitary
and alone, tho sole survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwrlteri of IS'JS. .
Losses paid Int'lnrlntintl ilurlngr prist Five
Ycr Il3(h034 -JtWk i
OashCaplttvlSl,000,000.
olABJ&!T,C VNIMPAIRKD.J WITH A
SUHPLUS OF 1,04U,I23 SO.
And tho proatlge of 40 years success and experience.
INVKSTMRltTg OT
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OP SI J;,lipO,(M)0, LOSSES
nave boon paid br the jtitna I mil rail to Company in
: , lira ptvt 4 v years. ..
JKIre olid Ittinnd rNiiviaul Ion.-Ulalts accepted
at, toriua eonslstetit with solvency and fair profits.
Especial attention given to Inaiirnnoe or Dwellings
and Contents, for terms of 1 to ft I.
Application made to any duly . ulhorlzed Agent
promptly attended to. By tri,:t attention to a legit
imate Insurance business, this Company la enabled
to offer belli indemnity for the jpaet and acctltityfor
the future. Policies issued without delay by
; J Ail. H. OARTKB, Agont, So. 41) Main etrett."
r A. F. PATCH, Assistant Agent. , ... .,. . .
,. H, K. LINDKEY, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.J. HOOKER, Agent, Fulton. 17th Ward. 11 ' an
THREE FOURTH S'7p7
. or TIIR .
PROFITS OF THE BUSINESS
DIVIDED ANNUALLY
POLICY-HOLDERS.
IS WALL STKJCET, NEW YORK.
CASH CAPITA I, 5IMI,IMI) 01)
AHSKTS, July 1, 1S3...u.. j: OOMHi M
MABIMTICS
riJIE "ATTENirOX OF THE .COMMIT-''
' NITY is reapwt I'ully called to tho following
features in (loniieclien with thin Company: :
' Kiukt lly itiHuriiig in lliis (jompaiiy, tbo ndvant
npt'H ol'a Mutual I naiii-niico Coitipimy tiro oldafucil,
wilh the adilitionaladvautiiiteutiordedin tlioaecurily..
given by au ample and roliabl" Caah Capital nl'cn
luro nut presented by ordinary Hint mil Fire IiiHiiiance
Companies, The dividuuds lu customer;, already de
clared, are as follows: . , ;
First Dlvlson to Pollcy-Holders, lri7, S3H por cont.
Second do. do. do. law, m . " '
Third do. do. do. isriii, flu ' ;.'
RurojiP-The secttrlly glvon, which Is nlreaily large,
will constantly iucrtaao with each 'year of auccesNful
operations. This is exhibited clearly in the follow
ing statement, showing the position of the Company
in each year since the new aystnm waa adopted.
July, lsrwi, Not Assotaof the Company, .W0,3fiS 43
" 1H.W, ' " " " l!l,7l!l M
" 1!W, " " " 7.11, '."IS .12
" M.W, Orosa Assets, " 'KKi,!! i
" " Liahllitlos l(i,.M4 37
'I'inrtn The insured Incur no liability whatever,
whilo obtaining those lidviiutnL'oH of superior neottrlty
anil cheapness. OKO. T. UOPK, Pnmidotit.
11. H. Lamtobt, Secretary. ,
CJYRUH Peck, AsaiaUnt Secretary. .
SAM'L E. 3TACK & Co., Agents,
""3-5 West Thlvd-Hlrect, Ciiicltiiiiill,
Inuill-aml w
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
liniortaiit ImprovciiK'iil!
WEIGHS OKLY 5 LlJS! MANCFACTTJEKD,
.- WnOLESALlS AND RKTA1L, BY
BEMETT & CO.,
)Sin H voamoro stroot, helowjfth.
IIALli'J I'ATET. 7
a
THE MOSTRELIAIILBl'IRE AND
BURGLAR PROOF BAFEB. Thoy haro given
more satisfaction tlmn any other now in use.
Wo offer a reward of ONE THOITHAMI) I01
I.ARS to any poinori that can, up to the present
time, shows aluglo ltistauco whciuiu tliey biwofuiled
te preserve their contonts.
with this SAFR we challenge nil competition, at
being the beat Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and aro willing to
teat with any establishment In the Union, and the
party tailing nrsi, to lorien to me oiuer, tne suui
Of ?2,fKX).
we
Aarn nreinared to furnish a better Safe, and at less
coat, than any other manufacturer in the United
States.
Second-hand Bares of other mnkors, also on hand.
We respectfully invite the public to call aud exam
ine our atock before purchasing clsirwhoni. ; ,
IIALL, CARROLL & CO., '
i aug!2-nyt Hos. V'i und 17 Kujt ('oltinilila street.
DIARRHEA ANQ BLOODY FLUX.
' Cholera, Bilioas Cholio, and
ALL PAESS L TILE STOSUCH BOWELS,
made by UEO.S. LIGHT,.
WHOLBBAUS DRV00I8T, CINCINNATI.
FOR HAl-E BY JOHN D.PARK, HTJIRB, KCK
STINK A ( II., aud Urugginta guuerally. ' Order lift
at Williamson A llATriKLii, iio. 41 Walnut atrail
will lie attended to. utillMuoyJ
' I. X. 1j.
M TJ JS T J. H. X .
AFTER MAN If "YEARS Olf. PRACTICAL
experience in tho art of JUnstard-niaking, the
propriotoraollor the aluive brand of Muatard to the
public, guaranteeing It a strictly pitro article, matin-'
factured from the best qnality of Beod,caretulIy se
lected with tho design of producing alHnstard euPK.
RIOR IN FLAVtiR AND PUNUKNCY TO ANY
NOW IN TJBB. We have- no liesltiwon In saving
that all levers of good dastard will tlnd tho I. X. L.
te be that which they so frequently fall to obtain,
. MUSTARD T1IAT IS JHUSTABI).
IWS-Crdora promptly flllod. ' -
1IARRT.S0N k WILSON,
Je2 Oil rind 101 Wnlnut-Ntreot.
. . .CompoBition Roofing.
FSTJE undorsigTied li nrepareil to put on A
B. Composition Roof ot tne teat duality at short
notion. . '
.Office in J k B. Dnicu's Oirriago licpoaitorr, cor
ner Third and Vino.
W Roofing material ennatnntly on hand, nni for
sals. (J).7-3niJ J, M. NOBLK.
RAILROADS.
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
mm
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD.
FOUB DAILY TRAINS LEAVE TIIE
FOUB
Hixth-atreet Depot.
Trains run through to Indianapolis, Lima, Van.
dusky and Cleveland without change of cara.
Through Tickets tor all Kasteru, Western, North
ern and North-western cities.
O A. Itl- liXl'lt KSM THAINfColnmbns time,
which Is seven minute faster than Cincinnati) For
Cleveland and riltsburg, via Delaware, luiikra closo
connection at Crostlino for Pittsburg, Baltimore,
Philailelphbt and New York; aud at Cleveland for
Dunkirk, Viiflulo, Huston und Now York. Also, con
nects at Davton with Dayton and Michigan Road for
Troy, Pinna, Blditey, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort
Wtiytieand Chicago, reaching Toledo nl :i;30, Dvtiolt
at 0:1m, and Chicago at 7:20 P. M., liuiiicy and (ialena
at 7 A. M. Also, at Paytmi with Uruenvilloniid Bllntlil
Road, for tireonvillo, I'tiinii, Wincbeator und Mua
cie. Also, connects at Richmond wilh Indian CeS
tral Road, for Indianapolis, Lafeyolte, ChlcaHo, Tana
Haute, 8t, Loulsi and all Western cities. Also, at
Richmond with Cincinnati anil Chicago Road, for
Attueraoii, Kokomo and Peru. Also, connects wills
Junction Railroad ut Hamilton for Oxford.
A. ill. MAIL TKAIN-For Dayton, Sprlnir
tleld and SandtiNky t'nntioc.ts at HiiiuluHky wlilt
STKAMERfor HKTROITjat VKI1ANA forCO I. UM
BOS; at Forest with Plttaburg. Fort Wameand Chi
cago Road, Kaat and Weat; at Clyde with 0. and To
ledo Road for Cleveland and Buffalo, Toledo, Detroit
and Llilcagn, litis train also conncta at DKI.A
WARE vvltll tho C, U. A C. Road Tor :ieveland and
rxdnts East; alsoeoniiccts utlluuilllon with Juncll.a
Itdlllontl iur Oxford.
4i30 1. M. TKAIN-For Daylon, Hprliiiaflebl
and Himriusky Connucts at Forest with Pittsburg,
Fort Wayno ntld Olilt ago ltond. Fast mid Weat; at
Clyde with (J. und Toledo Koad lor Cleveland nng llnl.
falo, Toleilo, Detroit ami liicngo. Also, ennnecta at
Richmond for Indianapolis, Term Haute, Ht. Louis
and Chicago. Also, c iccts with Junction Railroad
at Hamilton forOxlVird.
1. if. TRAIN For Daylon, Troy.Plqnn, Kid
ney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wayno and Ohi
eagiv rcBoliIng Chicago at A. M.
r-Tlie and ti A. M. trains connect at Cleveland
With steamers for Buflnlo.
For further inlormation and Tickets, apply at tho
Ticket olllcoa-rtorth-east corner Front and Broad
way; No. Id Walnut-streat, near Gibson House; at
the now Ticket Offlce.oi the west aide cf Vine-street,
between Postoflice and Dnrtist Home; at the Walnu
Street Uouso, orat the Sixth-street Depot.
' D. JlcLARK!l. Snnoiinlcndent.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD. COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Trains Daily.
THRKE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN3.
i First Train No. 1 El pisss.at 8 A.U.,connocs via
Coliimbiin aud Cleveland, via Columbus, Crcstlinn and
Pittsburgh, via Colitmbua, titeubenville nnd Pitts,
burgh, DotrottvlaClevolnudaiid steamer, This Train
stopa, between Olucinnall and Columbus, at r,ov".
land, Doerlield, Morrow. Xenin, Odarville, South
Chni'lestvit, Loudon uud West Jonerson.
' Second Tniln No. 2 Kxpnws.at S:30A. M.,ronnecls
via Onliinibita, llollnir on.l Bonwood; Wheeling; via
Colnmlxia.KlettbenvilleHnd Pittsburg: via Columbus,
Crestline and Pittsburg: via Columbus and Ulevo.
laud; Detroit, via Cleveland and steamer: White Sul.
?hnr Station, via Sprlnglleld. Tills Train stops lie
a-eun Cincinnati and Colntnbna, at Plalnvillo, Mil
ford, Mlnmivllle, Loveland, Deerfleld, Morrow, Cor
win, Spring Valley, Xeuinand London.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:40 F. M for
Columbus aud Sprlngtleld.
Fourth Train-Night KxpreSs.at Il:.tn P. M.; con
nectaviaOoluinbus, Bolbtirand Benvrontl; Whnellngj
via Columbus, Hteubonvillo nnd Pltlsbtirg; via C'
lumbiiH, (,'iost Hue and PittHbing: via Onliuiibns aud
Clovelaud. i This train atopa at Loveland, Morrow.
Corwiu, Xenlnaud London. SLEEriNU CABS CM
THIS TRAIN.'
No. 1 Express, throughtoClevelaudwIthoutchanga
of oars, i ' '
No.2xpreas,throiujb to Wlioclingwithout change
of cara.
Tho NIGHT F.XPRK8S Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:3d P. M., runs dally, except SATURDAYS. The
: ether Trains run dully, oxcopt b UN DA VS.
V... .11 I 1. C-m .. t Ir. 1 ('I. ...... 1. mi..l.... . - 1.
, w, a i iii.il in.., I,. ii, t,iu A II I'lilKIl 1. li'RWin I,? !"
ton, Now York, Philadolnhla, llaltlmoro, Washing
ton, RtifTaJo. Niagara Falli". Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Fittsburi!,- Wheeling, and nil the Kastorn plecea,
apply at the OlHces, Walnut Street Honae, No. 1 Bur
nut Iloiisft, aontli-cust corner nl Broadway and Front
streets, and st the Kasfern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which ia seven tnln
otea faster than Cincinnati time.
' ' J. DtTRAND, finp't.
Omnlbnses call.forpasaengeri by leaving direction
at the TicketytBces. myl7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE NORTHWEST,
AND THE NORTHWEST, VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
1 (hdy One Change of Can between Ciitcimuiti
..." ' . and Chicago.
Three PaasengerTrainsleaveulncinnatldally, from
the foot of Sill I and Front etroets.
A:M) A. M. Chicago Mai I arrives at Indlannanolls at
1U;3U A. M.; Chicago at 7:25 P.M. This tflrTu con
necta with all night trains out of Chicago, for the
Wcat and Nortb.-wost. . .
12:00 M. Terra Haute ailul Lnylayette Accommoda
tion arrives at Indianapolis, ut fi:uo P.M., making
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terre Haute
Trains nnd Indianapolis and Latayotte trains for
Decatur, Bpringllold, Naples, Qnlnoy, Hannibal and
St. J oseph ; also with Peru trains for Peru, Ft. Way ne
and Toledo,
6:li0 P.M. Chicago Express arrives at Iudlnnapolia
at 10:31) V. M.; Chicago at 7:4(1 A.M. Making close
connections at Chicago with all morning trains out
of Chicago. This train connects at Indianapolis
with Terre Haute trains for all points Weat and
Northwest,
Sleeping cars aro attached to all tho night trains
on this line, aud run through to Chicago without
change of cars.
This is exclusively a Western and Iterth-wratern
ronte, and with favernblo and reliable arrangements
with all connecting roads throughout tile ontlro
West, guarantees nnusual care and I he amplest so
commodntiona to the patrons oi this line.
iWW-Beanreyonsrein the right ticket, office before
you purchase your tickots, and ask for tickets via
Lnwronceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the aame aa by any other route. Baggage
checked through.
THROUGH TICKETS, good until need, can he ob
tained at the ticket oftlces, at Spencer llouao Corner,
north-east corner Broadway and Front; No, 1 Bur
net llonne Corner; at the Walnnl-atroet House, and
ntDopot olHco, foot of Mill, on Front street, where
all noeessavy Information may be had,
Omnibiiesea run to and from oach train, and w
call for pattsougors at all Motels aud all parts of the
city, b) loaving address at eithor office.
, W. H. L. NOHLK,
' myld ' General Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
TUBHW HACTB,
! .. BT. LOUIS,
LAFAYETTE.
. ... tiniCAOO,
, i LOQANBPOBT, ,
... , . .. PERU.
FORT WAYNW.
1 eVO DAILY THROUftUIRAINH IcAveBUih street
Depot, nt 6 A. SIT and 41:30 P. M.
A. M, INDIANAPOLIS, ST. L0OI8 A CHICA
GO FAST EXPRESS. Th rongh direct, making close
connections for ell other Wostoru and North-western
points. This Train also conneols at Richmond wilh
Cincinnati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Knko.
mo, Logansport, and all points on Wabash Valley
Railroad.
4:30 P. M.-INDIANAPOLIS, OUJCaGO ft ST.
LOUIS NICI1T EX PRESS. The above Trains msko
close connections at Iudlnnanolls, Lnlayetteatidciil.
cago, with Trains for Terre Haute, Springfield, Bock.
Island, (jalcsbnrg, Ivcnonha, La Oroeic, Jacksonville,
Danville, nurlliigtnti, Milwaukee, lMntloon, Naples,
Ualena, 0.ulncy, I'niirle tin Obien, Pnna, Peoria,
Dunleith, llacine, Decalnr, Bloomlngtnn, Jollot, La
Sallo.St. Paul, and all towuaandcillea in the North
WSHt. ;. ,
UTTlirougU Tickets given and Baggage chocked
through. . .
For turther Information and Through Tickets, ap.
Fly to Ticket Officea, nortli-east corner oi Front and
Iroadway No. I6S) Walnnt street, near Fourth; at
south-east corner of Fourth and Vine street, or at
the Sixtb-lUeot Depot.
b. ft. MORROW, nnpolntendent.
Omnibuses will call for rasseng r oy 'Wkvlug their
nanim at eil her o( the Tlckot Oft
, , ,
1 W. U. ,.,M-rir, Agent.
,
CANDY ! O AN D Y
n, KT. ox.ja.ri.is.,
(Bncceiuor to Mvkbb 4 Co.)
MaliiifHCtuicr aul Wholesale Ucnlcn
''.':'' ' -IN- '.' .-,
'Urn Ml) rum CANDIES,
40 MAIN STnEET, CINCINNATI -
!it---''ii'-' ' "' tnylT
mi. saiti'l sitsiiiijs r
181'KCIALLY-TREATS DISEA8KS OK
JC4 TUkl SKIN. IIUIEUMATIHU, D1SUASKH OF
WOMEN, and inch Chronlo complaints as may lie
lieiiolittod by tbo llygyouio. and Atutopathlo system
of hii.fHce. , tM ( i.u. . .. ,
Vnpor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenic, Mercury, Tur-S.
klsli, Russian and Klrotro-Cherulcal Batha, a Dla s.
pensnry of Modiclno, and every manner of Eloctrio
and Mugnotio Apparatus.
. KO. WEST SIXTn-BTEKET.
HVOflice hertri 5 A. H, to 5 P. M. anl9-tff

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