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T EE PE ESS.
w7 orrici, 14 west foumh-stum.
U CFNT3 WILL PAY FORTHE
PRE83 ONE WEEK.
jrftlDAY.....
.SEPTEMBER 30
HUMBLE WORTH.
Tell me not that he's a poor man,
' That his drees it ooarso and bare;
Tell me not his dully pitlnnce
In a workman's scanty fare.
Till ma not als birth la humble, .
That his patronage l lows . . .
,. la no honest In his action?
That is all I want to know,
' U hit ward to be relied on?
.Wae hit character no blame? '
i Theo I care not if he's low-born,
Then I ask not whence his nama.
Would be front an unroot action
i .Turn awny bis scornful aye? .
Would ha than defraud another, . ' .
Sooner ok the scaifold die -
ti. :'. .....
Would ba spend bis hard gutod earnings
On a brother in dlstressr .
' Would be succor the afflicted,
1 ' And ibe weak one'l wrong redress?
Then he is a nian deterring ' -
Ofiujr lore and my esteem i " ''
-A aid I oareluot what his birth-place ,
in tbe eyes of men may soem.
' lit .. ' '. '
lel'lt be a low thatched hovel ;
Let It be a clay-built cot ;
' let It be a parish workhouse, ;
In my eyes it matter not ;
And, if others will disown him,
As Inferior to their caste,
let them do It t I'll befriend him
As a brother to the but.
ALL SORTS OF CLIPPINGS.
",j3 . v'ir i - i t.
M itHFAn ecoentrio English, divine was
f colled upon to perform the funeral service
of a (load debtor. After the ceremony
was performed, and the body was on its
way to the church-yard, the Sheriff made a
' descent upon the corpse and attached it
for debt, as by the then law of England
ho had the power to do. "Move on !"
Haiti, the priest : "Stop I", shouted tho
Sheriff. "Move on I" exclaimed tho priest
iigain. 'This body is mine," said the
. Sheriff.' Thi8 body is God's,! roared the
'feriofiu ' ' "J11 1 US 8 nama I command
ihree words take him too, 1 ve read the
funeral service, on,d somebody shall be
buried." . .v" ' ; '- ,f
""(Jlacy years agoh.' Mr. Miller, one
of the early settlers of A neighboring
town, sold a yoke of oxen for dollars,
. and, an payment, reoeiveda fu.ly-dollar
bill, which he carefully folded up iind put
in his tobacco-box for safe keeping. Mr.
M. was accustomed to make use of. the
' "weed" at any hour of the day and night,
' 'whenever he felt an inclination for it
The night following the sale of the oxen
he sought his tobacco-box, and finding a
P convenient portion, he put it in his mouth,
not readily obtaining the full benefit
he expected, he chewed it most vigorously
1 and effectually, exclaiming, as ha did so :
. "No strength to the tobacco! No strength
', to the tobaoco !" When, recollecting the
transaction of the day, and the place
where he had deposited his treasure, he
added f "Phew! My! a yoke of oxen at
one chaw!"
SgrOn tho edge of a small river in the
county of Cavan, in Ireland, there is a
stone -with the followiog inscription : "N.
. ,K.Vhon this stone is ow of sight it is
not safe to fprd the river," Bat! this is
, , even surpassed the famous post crested
a fow years since by tho surveyors of the
Kent roads: "This is the bridle-path to
Feversham; if you can't reijd this, you
had better keep the main road,"
1ST A gray hair was espied am.ong tho
raven locks of a fair friend of ours, .a fow
days ago. "Oh( pray pull it out," she ex
claimed. "If I pull it out ten will com
to the funeral," replied the lady who had
made the unwelcome, discovery.;' "Pluck
it out, nevertheless," said the dark-haired
damsel, "it is no sort of consequence how
many come to the funeral, provided they
all come in black."
: , Jt6s?""I say, Snooks," saidSykes, as the
two friends lolled together op the pier at
. I W
Lowstott, I say, bnooks, my boy, why
Nobody has one now. It's too hot to
think this weather. But come, I'll ease
our mind. Answer Because it's the
tin's tanned-'em!" Poor Snooks gasped
again, and groaned, and well, didn't,
drown himself. ' '
.' l&The love of ornament creeps slowly,
' bnt surely, into the female heart A girl
. who twines the lily in her tresses, and
looks at herself in tho clear stream, will
soon wish that the lily were fadeless and
'" the stream a mirror. We say lot the
' young girl seek to adorn her beauty, if
she be taught also to adorn her mind and
heart, that she may have wisdom to di-
' root her love of ornament in due modera
tion.-n
uj-:.J'. :
""Well, I know nothing: about men's
hair, but there is our friend Mrs. G
of Biddle street the lady who has been
just twenty-nine years old for the last
fifteen years her husband died, you
i- know, last winter, at which misfortune
her grief was so intense that her hair
:. turned comtiletlv black within twnrit.v.
; ' four hours after the oecurrence of that sad
event". ,,u.t ,; .. ,
' " '. JA gentleman travelling on horse
.back out West, camo upon an Irishman
who was , fencing in a most barren and
desolate pieoe of land, ' "What are you
i i. louoiua; ia ujm mu us, av i doiu ue
,. "a herd of cows would starve to death on
that land." "And sure, your honor.
; wasn't I fencing it to kape the poor basts
. outiyitr
WSJl gentleman who had been tho
subject of a severe attack in the news
naner was asked, "Who do you suppose
is the author of these articles, and what
ean be the reason ot bis malice ?
j "Malice I". said he, "not the least in the
world it is some young follow learning
. M write. -
.' JHow eloquently is the old homoly
word Falll The flowers fall in the gar-
aen, we iruiw ioii irom tne orenaras, the
nuts fall in the woods, the stars fall in
' the sky, the rain falls from the clouds,
tho meroury falls in the. tube, the leaves
fall flvorywhere, and man falls into eter
nity.
, A doctor ordered one of his patients
to drink flour ot sulphur and water; , tho
Matiant exnrossfld his distrust bv RiirniH-
Mt grimaces,. "It is only the first glass
ala 1-1 A i " M .1
waawiniiaiu w uiiua. Dmva biio uuuwr.
"Tien, rejoined the invalid,, '1 will be
gn with the second.
'Politeness is like an air cushion
Try soothing, though there's nothing in it.
you to ipwer.wio cowu, exuiumwu mo
Sheriff. ''JJury tho man," shouted the
' kfitriated priest, "d if the Sheriff says
T mi hriMnb n And lilrA A 11 n'a aH .
Gasped tlte panting Snooks, '.'I haven't an
idea." "No, I don t suppose you have.
ALL SORTS OF CLIPPINGS. A Mother's Lesson.
Truth is a. subject of such deep im
nortanoe that mothers oannot too fre
qucntly dilate n it, nor impress it too
strongly on the minds of their children,
which can only be dorto by gontlo and
persuasive meais ami good example
harshness and severity invariably eliciting
deceit and falsehottd.
.It ?s related of a Per sip mothor that,
on giving her son forty pieces of silver as
his portion, she made 'mm swear never to
lie, nuu duiu,
"Go. my son, I oomsign thee to God,
and we shall not meet., again till the day
or judgment ;
. The youth went arway, and tho party
no troveiea wim wasi assauitcu uj run
hers.
' Ono follow asked tho boy what ho had
got? ' ' -
Htf replied, "Forty dinars are sewod up
in my garments,
irn knirhed. thinldne tho lad tested.
Another questioned aim and recoived
tho samo answer. -
At lost the chief called him and asked
the sama ones t ion. '
He said, "I have already told two of
your people tnat i nave torty dinars
sewed up in ttiy clothes."
The clothes were ripped open and the
money found.
"And how cftmo you to tell me this ?"
he inauired.
"Because," replied the child, "I would
not be talse to my mouier, wnom 1 pronv
ised never io tell a lie."
The robber, touohod with the simplicity
of the child, returned the money and
commanded th at he should be allowed to
pursue his journey witnout turthcr moles
tation. '
A Soft As:R, but Haep. A gay
young fellow of a- deiatical turn, traroling
in a stage-coaoh to London, forced his
sentiments on tho company by attempt
ing to ridicule the Scripture. Among
other things i ho made himsoLf morry
with the Btory of David and Goliah,
strongly urging the improbability of a
youth like David being able to throw a
stone with sufficient force to sink into tho
giant'B forehead. On this he appealed to
the company, and in particular to an
elderly Quaker, who sat silent in ono
corner of fie carriage. "Indeed, friend,"
replied he, "I do not think it improbable,
if the Philistine's head was as soft as
thine is." j
Yot-Vft Am.urica. "Pana." snM n lif.t.ln
boy to his parent the other day, "are not
DOllUI O Dl J DUIMiM U1UU I
"No, my son r but why do you ask mo
tfcat?" .
'Because I wiis reading about ono who
went to sleep on bis watch."
"ElKH.V DlSTI aiaiTISHKn "T.Oilia nA
- u uu.uu .uu
gontlemen," said, a showman, "here you
I1U.YU ta luouuiuvxuu jaiubuig ut l.'aulCl 1Q
tho lion's don. Darnel ean be easily distin
guished from the lions by the green cotton
mKwAllfl 1 lt 1111 lllaf awivi '
MERCHANTS, ATTENTION.
WJS AitE NOW PKEPARED TO DO,
en tbe shortest notice, and In lha Uia.i ...i
niost fashionable atjle, all kinds ot .
Job Printing,
auctt as
BILLS Of LADING;
HILLS OF FAKE;
LKTTEU HEADS;
MOKTQAGES;
OIBC'ULABS;
t'OUrONB;
rOLlUIKS;
l'OSTKBS;
DRAT TICKKTSi
AUCTION BIliLS;
CHECKS;
BONDS;
DEKDS; ''
FBOQBAMMKS;
BAILEOAD
AKD
STEAMBOAT WORK,
is nm srrt it iiudkiati raicis.
FBANCISCO & CALDWELL.
ira
H. CAMPBELL 8c CO..
TtfANUFACTURERa OP BAR. KHKF.T
i'--. nd Boiler Iron. Plow Slabs, Railroad Spikes
Itc. Also, Aoanta for the sale of 1 ronton Star Naili
WarerooDu ho. 19 laat Second Street, Ulncinnat I
Ohio.
Will kind! Iron made to order.
10S
SEWING MACHINES.
; : "5T.C XT N C3r &
Improved Two-ThreadedLock-Stitch
FAMELY SEWINTG MACHIPfE
$35, 80 and 835.
rglUB SATISFACTION WHICH THESE
-ML machine has given to those who hava been
using tbom, in all kinds of Family Sewing, leads na
to recommend them to the public, with the fullest
confidence that they will glvo entire aatUfiietlon
wherever ued. A nlo from all kinrinof sewing, they
nBKiirr.it utwuuimiy. iiit'y uro m an repeciH, 01
rf!?.i-d s til e execution of work. fliHt-dts n.Hcbliica.
Iheyarenowou oxliihition nt tbe fair. lVe shall
take ploauiire In explaininiT tho working ot our ma-
cllinM. and ffirn annlmiini nf mir work rn all
wll 1 furor m with a call at our sale-rooms, corner of
iiuh nuu uiu-Birouuj, over uoia a liop&ine B atore.
To pornonri reiiding ont of the city, who will in
oloBe in a three-cent stamn, with their address, we
n ... ovum vm. via vu.ai , i,u nywtutvU9 lf WUI a.
WLLTitBE BUOTHBRN, jta-eata,
P fl Wn 'I UtU I'lnlT.....! .k
V Agents wanted throughout Ohio and ke'n-
lucKy. -- - aepl3am
$30. $30. $30. $30.
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitoh
SKCCKED BV BKC'EKT LETTERS PATENT.
rpHIS MACHINE UAS BEEN PRO
A MOUNCED by all coiniictrnt Jiidses, who
havo seen it. to ha the hcMt linn mniit rlniilrMhlA r.ni.
ily Sewing Machine ever introduced, rcfarrileaa
v, irncci a. mil now nil aiiiua VI inuillv HOOilS,
from the verv thickest lotliovorv fliifwtfAlirffiimuriA.
and tines all hinds of thread, from No. 8 to 200.
. no on la iineu on top oi tue lUachlae. '
Send for a circular, or call and see It In operation,
Upon early application, State and County Bights may
be Kicureil. ; ,
An eaoi gotle person ran make a fortune In a short
time. Agents wanted In all unsold territory.
, 3 , , H. C. IMUtT.HAN,
Be 1e and exclusive agent for tho United States,
sep Him t 9S Went Fourth-street.. Cincinnati,
G.C.KNITFIN&Co.
DIALIUJ IN
. IiAVD, WEIJSTEK A CO.'S
',':, (late Hunt, Webster AtVi.J v'; "
SEWING MACHINES,
No 6 l'oiirtl rtreet, Cincinnati.
Ou the 1st of Oct(.lHt fe will remove te
No. : 80 Wcffl Fourth-street,
GAZETTE BUILDING.
aejili .. ..;..,
Sloat&Co.
SEWING MACHINES-
CTITCHINa THE SAME ON BOTH
lidos, leering uo ridge or chain, and Impossible
to ravel. For pocd, accuracy or ease of motion, the
Elliptic Machine Is without a rival.
Clnolnnatlt Office S'i West Fearth atreet,
" sep283 i . ..
KELSEY & CO.'S
SEf 1HG-MAC1IINBS
0ffloe--30 WeBt Fourth-street,
CINCINNATI.
H7'E ASK OP A DISCRIMINATING
public, In pursuit of a rollablo Sewlng-Ma-rbine,
tue most rigid comparison of tlie niurits of
these llachines with all others In the market, We
court It, being euro tt will result In our favor.
I. VV. HARRINGTON A CO.,
" Aenti.
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES.
Pricei Jltduced to 150. $75, $110 ami US.
Slnaror'aj New Fomlly Sewlna; IMaoblne,
The price of which is only 50, la a light and elegant
ly decorated Machine, oapable of performing, In the
wreb nijiq, bii iu oumug ui m private iamuy.
SlntTcr'd Tranaveree Shuttle Dlaohlae,
To be sold at 79, Is a Slachino entirely new in Itaar-
rnngement; it la very ueauciini, moves rapidly and
very easily, and, for family use and light niannfac
turinir Diirnosos. is the Terr best and choanMt Ma.
chine ever offered to the public.
Singer's No. 1 Stnndurd Shuttle Machine,
Formerly sold at 8135. but now reduced to Sun ta
known all over tbe world. Every tort of work can
be done with it.
Singer' a No. a Standard Shuttle Machine,
-rnis its tne laronte mantnncrnring machine every.
Where Price, with table complete, (126.
aWBend for a Circular.
JAMES SKARDON,
Agent for J. M. Singer A (Jo.
No. 8 Knet Fourth atreet,
jelt-t CINCINNATI, OHIO.
REM O VAL,
THE VI RM OF
SPIMGUE & CO.
' HAVE OPENED IN THEIR
1ST g w Store
South-east Cor. Fourth and Vine,
THURSDAY 8TII INST.,
WITH TOE LARGEST AND
ritETTlKBT stock nf Anmta far MION'M
W1CAR over offered In Cincinnati,
TMC0TOOK OF
p i i: o e fl- o o i) s,
To tuaku up to Mcanie, will be large and varied.
e nave a
Now Coi'ps oi' Gutter ts,
From Mew York and Philadelphia, who profess to
u&dcritaud Die art of Cnttiug Btrlisk Oarmenti to
order.
W "or paat favori we retura many tuanlii, and
hope to merit futnre patronage. Truly, j
SPRACUE & CO.
sep7-tn
G-as Fixtures.
AT f IEDUCED PRICES.
lf E HAVE ON HAND THB LARGE3T
7 Tarlety and best eelectcd assortment of Qaa
Fixtures in Cincinnati, conslatlngof all that it new
or desirable In the Oas Fixture line.
We warrant every Fixture we sell to be eoual, both
In material anil HnUh, to any that is sold in this o
any other market, and In addition will guarantx
them to retain their color and remain perfect forflya
years from the time they are put up by ua.
Call, see, and examine ourstock, '
, . . McIIlCNBr ACAB80N. ;
. )y21-cm 168 Main atreet, near Fourth
llFP,HrilAT TAII nn ono wit
1TJ. M liT-STftEKT, above Sixth, Is reviving a
froah stock of filoths, CaKHiawres, Voatlnifa and
Oents1 FarniahlnRQntHls. lie haaenKagod theaerv.
Ices of an oxpurientod and artistic Cutter, whose
.,k,mi vuI uiiiiIiiuii, AiiKariiienis
warrantiKl toglre siitlsliicllon, eepVam
tiniv, nijiji!). uitAJJi,H, o. JOHN
. BATK8 lias m hand sn extensive stock of flae
cherry, I'ort, Msileriu, Clsret, Cliampiigiis and Ca
tawba in.'fl. A iso, lino Jlnindle., Jamaica Hum.
IIollaiiiliii and other Mijuors, which hewarrnnu!
U't Iiuiloing, Byomure-streot. avpiv
W
street.
irMAM DISNEY, ATTORNEY
''AW, UlioHO Buildings, No. BKiwt Third
icpo-ay
FAMILY SEWING MiCJIIiVES
MISCELLANEOUS.
ATTENTION, BifTOERSr
T1I0S. W. F1RRIX & (0.
HAVE ESTABLISHED THE FACT
tout thoy sire solliug lumber at their yard on
EaTtouBHItoad,10Xt'0 C'ncluuatl H't'Uton and
AT LOWER PRICES
Than any other Lumber Dealer lu tbe city.
" Quick Sales and" Small Proiil"
IS THKIB MOTTO.
Tliey,ubmlt the following list of nriceji! '
Clear lumber, ill thlcknoasea, 1 in. mean $J7 60 $to Si
Beat Common, I S and ij iurh Flank 28 no 30 mi
o i " I Boarda,....,.......... ei 7 C0
Second " all tb cknesioii........,,... if, (to IT 90
Ahit(,n, t , Boards n to )2 w
Urub Plank, faco measure 22 .V) 3S00
Hemlock Joist, Scantling ami Timber,... II so 12 ao
l?pl,ar. " .i '"i " , " H SO 1100
"itM uv'muo.f,M .w w 01 ou
SlSfS.V .. :l : :, " v 23 74 W
Jhird.. " .. ' ig jo 20 mi
Irat Common Weather Board 1 00 17 so
cecoud . " ' 12 OO 13 00
Cedar ' for fonciiig, . ... no uo n aa
Locust " " ... at 00 a SO
A further reduction of 2K nor cent, will ba inula on
bills of 85O0 or more. , ,
We have one of the largest and beat toleeted stocks
or Lumber In the Cincinnati market, whl, h
for lalo at the above prices, . i ' ' ' .(
' THOS. W. FABRIN&CO.
TUK OLD DOMINION
001 "X'EIEI
and ';;.,'.;.''
TEAPOT.
SLLF-SEALING
FRUIT CANS
,!! and : .,('
The best bow lu use and all irepajced for Sealing.
l . Ll.'t
PR A TT'8
) . 'Il. j.ll'j "(! i . ; . t.
O'IJ.'171'O
PATENT
Scl0entlialing
MILK" PAN
ihoufd h?TeoIle'I'T8IlUO,1 " 'Tt.r,on,B"k9,Dor
' ABTHTJB, BOHNDAM A GILBOY,
;'iJ ' Manufacturers of Talent Articles.
aWTrade Depot for the West, ' 1 - -L
; u . ' aiast Pearl street, Cincinnati.' ' - i
" 7 rj.n w, JOSEPH a. GREEN, Agent.
Perid tor a trade Circular. ' J' anr
-ijiW E STERN .:-:-'!
Cdinlmercial College
HAS CHANGED ITS LOCATION .;
NIXON'S NEW BUILDING,
OPPOSITE TUE TOSTOEFICE,
: RICHARD NELSON, Principal.
flf (lirctilttrs. atatlnff tmniit.' run lis KaiI nn nnnll.
batiot. oUJ 1 ' '! ' " - - at'p2ay
J. T. DROWJTE & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS ' OF JEWELRY,
new. wholesale eHtabllxhraent. .17 'West Third-
street, between Walnut and Vine, (room He. 4, up
stain.) Cineinnatb Factory at Providence, Rhode
nce, ruioat
aepl6am
isiaau. jiew siyiei reoerr.a wueKiy.
SOUTUGATE HOUSE, i
South-east corner of Blxth and Sim, Cincinnati, 0,
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVINB RENEWED
ble lease of the Southgate House, and expended
a large amount of money in painting, carpoting, and
rnfurniuhing it, introducing llathing-roonis, Water
closets, nnd every possible convenience and luxury
uiroiignr n i,invnos a connniiiinco ni me puDiic pat
ronage, Uo tbels confident that the house wilt be
found, withita recent lmnrovorru.ntji. in a bnittir
condition than when first opened for the reception of
guests. Tho location of the hotel Is coutral and con
venient, either for up-town visits or down-town
btulueae. Meala aro regularly served at the table
d'hote, or In private rooms,' and furnished at all
hours. The terms are !fl por day, and accommod.
tion eoual to unv 81 AO war dav hoima In th f;llv
The houHo will bo koit 6pen night and day, nt all
hours. Omnibuses will be in Attendance to and from
the ours. Breakfast for early train. And for the
rest, the proprietor leaven his guests to apeak for
him. ' sepl-am F. P. WATSON, Proprietor.
,i '..".i W B. DODDS, ,-,
rormerly of Ball.Dodib 4 Co.; fate TJrban.Doddj A Co.
W. B. Dodds & Co.,
' ;-i. : irrotBaiai or tai i .
;! p o tor o aoc1 E3
Fire and Burglar Prool
8. Yf. Corner of Vine1 4t Seooiid Street.
' This la the moat reliable FIBB AND BUBOIiA
PlttWJF SAFE that la made in the United SUta.and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prtoet, and is of better workmanship than
oan be found elsewhere. n . . o i r -mm i
We have a large assortment on hand, and are de
termined to sell at prices that oannot fall to please.
!:",iOld-'Sales
Takes In exchange, BKOOND-HAND BAFIS al
ways On hand at extremely low prices. VtX
I&OOFIJVCv! : ROOFING !
THE C)IJTCALT EtASTlO ME
TALLIC ROOFING" Is offered to the pnbllc
as the best and cheapeat Metal It oof now used, Its
merits tested by an experience of yoars In this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
buildings. No soldur used faatonod securely with
out exposure to the action of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to auy part of
the United Btates, can be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
,OAl,DWKI.Ii 4 CO,
lyltl-tf " 1 y - I 1M West rJacuud street.
Merrelf s Blackberry (Anodyne.
rilHy MEilCINE IS OFFERED JO THE
M. pnbllo as one of the beat, if not the very best med
Iclnethat has ever been InventcdfTrDiAmiHKA, Dvs-
imisr, vHoaKBA itantu, ana ail oiner derange,
ments of the Stomach and Digestive Organs, which
arnsopreralantand fatal In our country corrects
th it rat.- ed condition of the Liver; allais Nervous
I" II lX 1 1, such as ts caused by Teething, gives
ti tssx Jealthy action to the bowols, and withal, ii
pi. asunt to take. : . iya cret
, money! JYloney!, Hloney!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
Itemoved from 56 West Uth-atreet.
LOlED ON -WATCHES, JEW.
aa. v m u n mm niuun in juvjiviinuuiooi ni iuw
rntes of Intorost, at Mo. 173 "Vine-ttreot, betwoon
VT HV m.A aaH kl.l nV -aVrAkHw.4l. -a. I
rounn inu r nm. &
, , GIiASGOW AND NEW YORK
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
BTlAnf TO OLABGO .IITIBPOOIi, B1LFA8T,
- ' POBLIN ANP LON DOHBKBBT
FOB 830.
'..Utt . If '!! FMMtnTTOMU !. . 'I '.,
lasgaw, Thomson, Wednesday, Aug. M,at U nooa
diabarhiOummlng..Wednedy,Jonel, "
jliassowi i uum.ua. ..... tfuiyn, --
dlnburgli,Oummlng., i", .-. July 77, " -
h"1 lo . .): noal Uawy.!i.- i i
Kdlnbnrgh, Onmrnln...8aturday, May7. '
(jlnagow, Thomson... Wednesday, July 27, ;
Bilinbnrgh, Gumming... " July, '
' Bates of Passage from New York, Philadelphia or
S onion, id Glasgow. Liverpool, Belfast, Unnltn or
oiidondorry, first class, $79. Htoeraxe, found with
an abundance of proporly-cooked provisions, j.'IO.
' Anexperleneed Hnrgeoa attaehoa to eaoh itoamer.
Ho charge fof medlclnea. ,; , . ... ,,.iM,i
For Freight or Passnge, apply to '"
ap liOUlCUT CltAIQ, 17 Broadway.
i ir 'i i : : 1 1 I t.iis','.' n
'" l INSURANCE. 1
BY "STATE AUTHOSliT,
Incorporated lai 9. CJiarler Perpetual
Jf011,? y eabllshed In Cincinnati In 1 an
A2?rV,1SLW,SrTnt 1K,il lnC!bmp?n1es'd
S PSfj, tSftW' n,l erality, eapeoially com.
mend the ASTNA Insurance Company to tbe favor.
oiepaironateof this eommnnlty stHndinrsolltn,.
ana aione. the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of ii5. " mw-ui
ijosses pnld InCinrlnnnil during; vast Five
Vears, illSO.OSA ar.
Cash Capitall.000,006.
JAB80LTJTK A1JD UNIMPAIRHD. WITH A
iVJHP 11 V 8 w ". 3 0) ,4 a .80.
uu u. preauge oi vi years success and experience,
INTRRTURTrra o
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
aave been paid by the ACtna Innurauce Oomnany In
'' !. the Past 40 years, i "
Fire and Inlnatt NnvLntln. Tll.lr.
at terms consistent with lolveury 'and fulr profits.
Application made to any duly uthorlzod Agent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
mate Insurance business, this Company is enabled
tooffer both Indemnity for the past and security for
iv Diifviu a 'i r" . V nl? awinsirees.
ft MsJ'i."l,l"l Agent. . ' - r . '
J. J.HOOKEB, Agent, Fulton, 17th Ward, an
THB7IE WVB. TBS"
ar till 1
PBOFITS OP THE BUSINESS
' ; .' ,,',.imDKD' ANHUAixr.;;?1.,''"'''
POLICY-HOLDERS.
18 WALL 8XIIJKT, NKW. iYOKK.; ; 9i
CASH CAPITAL...
. 8300,000 00
.. 003,081 -84
.. "10,514 3
ASSETS, iiily 1, lS5i.
LIABILITIES
"i
THE ATTENTION OF THE CoilMU.
MTY is reapoctfnllr called to the following
features In connection with this Company:,, '
Fissr By Insuring in this Company, the advent,
asi'sof allutual Insurance Company are obtained,
with tho additional an vantage afforded in the security
given by an ample and reliable Cash CapituI a fea
ture not presented hyrrrdlnoryMiitiial Fire IrJsurance
Coinpanfes. The dividends to customers, already de
clared, are as follows: . . , ' ,
First Dlvlson to PoIIcy-Holdors, 186 33f per cent,
getond do. do. do: VSt, M " .
Third do. ;1 do. do. 1859, 80 -
Stconn-Tho security given, whloh is already large,
will constantly increase with each year of successful
operations. This is exhibited clearly In the follow
ing statement, showing the position of the Company
in each vear since r.fcu imwavHtam una mlnntiul ' l
July, Not Assets of the Company '7n,363 4S
, . watt " " ,v
649.71 M
ii,---:'," " ' "
law. Qrom Assets.
.' I.UhlllHo.
' " ' ' 7.11,908 ftf
i,..H..i.M,,,...M. "16,til4 37
. Tltme The lniurcd incur no liability wliatuvor,
while obtaining these advantages of miperlor security
and choaimine. GEO. T. BOPB, President.
n, n. aaroBT, eecreiary.-. (. . -:, (-,-,
Cvbuj FiiOK, Assistant Secretary. ' '., . '
8 AWL E. HACK & Co., Agents,!
35 Went Thlrd.itreet, C'iaelnnotL
' , ,; auM-ain) : .,. , i :
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
liiilorlant Imiirovciiieiit!
if,
WKI0B8 ONLY 05 LBBI M ANTJFAOTCBKD,
WH0LE8ALB AND RETAIL, BY
BENNETT S. CO.,
JyJl-am Hvcnmore street, below Fifth.
THE MOST RELIAIlLliiFIKB AND
BUBOLAB PBOOF 8AFKS. They have given
mere satisfaction than any other now Ju use.
We offer a reward ol ONE THOUSAND DOL.
LARS to any person tbat can, up to tbe present
time,showa single Instance wherein they have failed
topreserve tliolr contents. ,' ,.
' With this 8AF1C ws challenge all competition, as
being the best Fire Proof, Burglnr Proof,. or Fire
and Burglar- Proof now made; aud are willing to
test with any establishment in the Union, anu the
party failing first, to forfeit to th. other, the sum
otlfm, .' :: r ... t. i '-i
Wears prepared to furnish a bettor Snfo, and nt less
cost, than any other manufacturer In the United
(Hates... ; .. ' ... .tl.. -. tns '
Second-hand Safes of othor niakors. also on hand. I
a Wercspectfullyinvltotliepiibllo to cull and exam-
IHQVU aiWIfc uuiui W j,nrr,iii.iK mrww uvtv . i
; .U. i I1ALL, CARROLL 4 00.. ...
augl2-ayt, , Kos. 15 anil 17 EastCoIumbla street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX.'
' Cholera, Bilious Cholio, and ( .
AIL PANS IX THE STOMACH k BOWELS.
BIad y CEO. 8. IiIOHTt "'
; WH01MALB DBUQQIBT, OIMOTNNATt.
FOR SALB BY JOHN D. PARK, BUIKB, EOK
8TINE k CO., and Druggists seuorally. Order left
at Williamson A Hathsld, No. 41 Walnut street
will be attended to. ; auiytnpvl
I. X. L.
MUSTARD.
FTER MANY YEARS 07 PRACTICAL
lv
looted with the design of nroducins a Mnstard HUPB.
BIOB IN FLAVOU AND PUNOBNOY TO ANY
NOW IN UBS. We have no anal ration lu saying
that all lovers of good Mustard will Hud the I. X. L.
to be that wllch they so frequently fall to obtain,
, MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTARD.
VOrdon Promptly filled.
' HARRISON A WILSON,
)eM "' ' Off nnd 101 Wnlnut-atrrct.
Composition Boo&ng. ,,
riUE andorslgrjed is prepared to put on a
JL Composition Boof of the best quality at short
notice. .
Otftcs In J A B. Brnce'i Carriage Repository, cor
ner Third and Vine.
r Ileonug material constantly on hand, nad for
ale. Uyil-ita) J, M. NOULE.
,
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RAILROADS.
JUNE 20. 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
Form daily trains leave !rna
Sixth-street Depot.'
. Trains run through to Indianapolis, Lima, 8an
diisRy and Clevefand without change of Cars.
Through Tickets for ell Kastern, Western, Korth.
ernand Korth-weatern cities. ) :. ' ,
A. m. TRAIN (ColnmbngMhis,
Duiiklrk, BuftalOj Boston auj Now Yorky AIo,con.
nectaat Dayton with Dayton and Michigan Itoad for
Troy, 1'iQiia, Kidney, Lima, Tiilndo, Detrult, Fott
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Toledo at 3:30, Detroit
at :(iil, and Chicago at 7:20 P. H.. Quinor and Galena
at 7 A.M. Also, at Dayton with Orucnvlllo and HI lain I
Boad, for Greenville, Union, Winchester and Nun
cle. Also) connects at llicbmnnd with IndlnnaCen.
tral Boad, for Indlahapolls, Mfeyette, tlhlcago, Terre
Haute, Bt. Louis, and all Western cities. AUoi At
Bichmond with Cincinnati and Chicago Road, fof
AndeHon, Kokomo and Peru. Also, oonuects with
!-nctlon Kailroad at Hamilton for Oxford. ,.
i(aA.-nL4; MAljLj THAIN For DaytoiirBprlng.
g''a and Sandusky- Connects at Jauilusky with
BTBAMER for DKTB01T: at UftBAK A lor COLUM
BUS; at FL-reatwlth Pittsburg, Fort Waynened Chi
cago Boad, Kast and West; at 01 de with 0. and To
le J !pd wr Cleveland and Buffalo, Tfolodo. Detroit
J"' ,'. iS'c1?u- . Thl' ,rali lsu connects at DltLA
WARE with, the 0.. 0. A 0. Boad for Cleveland and
E''?ll! Fia;' '' ? "? "ojmccts at Hamilton with i uactiea
ailrond for Oxford. ,.
P1, TItAISf-For Dayton'. Bpringftold
and eandusky-Coniieots at Forest with Plttstnre-.
Fort Wayne nhd Chicago Boad. East auf w'hJ S
Clyde i w th 0. and Toledo Hoad for Clevetandana fin",
fafo. Toledo. Detroit and Chlcngo. A lio, I io "hotS it
Bichmond for Indianapolis, Terre Haute, Ht.toula
!?h. miSg0, A f V0."1160" witu JmcUon Baiu-oad
at Hamilton fnrOxford.
ii1 IV.M T It A IN For Dayton, Troy, Plqnif.Sii
hey,, lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wayne and Ohl
lLrfiachlDg Chlcajo at 8 A. M. .
Jft.?h' 8 anfd 8 ll: t'IU, eohnect at Olerelatd
with steamers fur Buffalo.i i i . i . j. .,
r&S'Jm onpatlon and Tickets, apply at the
ieK2fliiCS,",'(,rth:e'T,t r,ler Fmn and Dread.
?h'iTi.JnlAI,,lt:,,lWt' ne" Gibson Uonees at
y&lOM,0'iie west sidecf Vlne-street,
"s fwwuiwinn ottrnsi nonsi
nA And Hit m.. linn... . 1' . . I
llMin., .. -i ..il- SL t""""",l ".."
,icu. auuH..r. tnnnv hjiMjii
l vlp,'t v. iur otxioHBtreec ipoti
, , D. Itcl.ABKM. Huperlnl
'lli : D. Ucl.AREN. HiiTmrlnnJo.t
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Dailv. '
THHEB TUIlOUQn EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Train-No. 1 Bi i pi ata.at 6 A. M oonneots via
Coliiuiboaaud;leveland, via (Vilunibus, Crestline and
Pittsburgh, via Columbus, Bteubenvllle and Pitts
burgh, Detroit via Clevelaud tud atoamer. This Ttala
stops, between Cincinnati and Columbus, at Love
land, DoerflelOi, Morrow. Xenla, Cedarville, Boutb
Charleston, London and West Jefferson. ',
: Second Train No. 2 KxnrAiu. nf. fi.w a xr . A.r.n,.
via Colombus, Bellair and Benwood; Wheeling: via
Columbus, Btoubenvllleand Pittsburg; via Columbus,
Crestline aud Pltteburg; via Columbus and Cleve
land; Detroit, via Cleveland and ateamer: W bite Sal.
, , - . . auu n ... msi , niliwoill.
pjr Station, via Bprlnglieui. This Train stops be
twcerl tflnolnnati and Columbus, at Plalnville. Mil-
flwA MIa.hIhIIIa T .1 , . a i .1 r .
uv.waiiu, iooruoiu, oivrrow, vor
win, Spring Galley, Xcnlnand London.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:40 P. M for
Ooluuibusand Springfield, .1 -
Fourth Train-Night Express, at 11:30 P. M.; eon
nocts via Columbus, Bel lair and Benwood; Wheeling;
via Columbns; Steubenvlllo and pittaborg; via Co.
lumbiM, Crestline and Pittsburg: Vln Columbus and
Cleveland. 'This train "tops utloveland, Morrow.
TBW I'VbaIN 8nd I""l0, SIiBEPlMO CABS ON
ofNol Ixpresi, through to 01evol,nd without ohange
Ne. l Express, through to Wheeling without change
ofcars.-
.m? VNDIOa?T EX5B,P8. Jraln leaving. Olnolnnatl
L11:32,P',M'' run" 0,Kt 8ATUBDAa. The
ether Trains run dally, excoptHUMDAYS.
For all inormatioii,and fbrough Tickets to Bos.
Jon, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore. Washing.
tD.?i.?.utr"l?btlf,S!!r rallai.l'unkirk,. Cleveland,
PltfabUrg,.Whedlng, and all the" Kastern places
apply at tho Offices, Walnot Street nouse, No. I Bur
net House, south-east corner ol Broadway and Front
streets, and at the Kastern Depot. . .
Trains run by Columbns tima, whioh Is saven mln
ntes faster than Cincinnati time.
' . J. DTJBAND. Snp't.
D Jl??" ?ll.,or Passengen by leaving dlreotlon
at the Ticket Cflioes. ...... myi7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST,
VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Only One Change of Cars between Cincinnati
and Chicago.
Three PasseneerTrainslQaviininfilnnAtlfl.llv. Amm
thefootof 11111 and Fiont streets. f ,
o:m a. m. Chioago Jnall arrives at Indianapolis at
10-.SOA.M.1 Chicaao at 7:26 I' M. Thia ti5K. m.!
nocts wit hall night trains out of Chicago, for the
vresiana norin-wesi. . . : .
U.ut Al Torre Haute and Latlavettn Anmmmmlu
tion arrives at Indianapolis,, nt 5:U0 P.M., making
direct connections at Indianapolis with Torre Haute
Trains and Indianapolis and Lafayette trains for
Decatur, Springfield, Naples, (Julncy, Hannibal and
St. Joseph: also with Peru trains for Peru. ILWun.
and Toledo.i ,
6:00 PJU.-Chlcago Express arrives at Indianapolis
.1 in.,11 11 u l.lnnrtn t n M-..I.I ..i
M IV. W x.. Jit, buib.su tt. I ...I a.au. UIH.III. U1WWI
connections al Chicago with all morning trains ont
of Chicago. This train connects at Indianapolis
wim lerre uauve trains lor aji points west ana
Northwest. "
Bluonlna cars are attached to all the nlsht trains
on this line, and run through to Chicago without
obnngeaf cars. ;r-
, This lr exclusively a Ivestern and worth''wstern
route; and with fuveroble and reliable arrangements
with all connecting roada thionghout the entire
West, guarantees nnusnal care and I he amplest ao.
oommoriattoni to the1 patrons ot this line.
Kir Be sure you are 1 n t he right ticket offloe before
yon purchase your tickets, and ask for tickets via
Lawrencebnrg and Indianapolis, ..
Fare the same as by any other route. Baggage
cheeked through. ,,,.... 1 t
THKOUGH TICKETS, good ontllvjeeo, can be ob
tained at the ticket offloes, at Hpencer House Corner,
Berth-east corner Broadway and Front; No. I Bur
net Uonao Ootnerj at the Walnat-strret House, and
at Depot office, foot of U 111, oa Front street, where
all necessary information may be had. j" 1
VmnlbusMS ran to and from soon train, and w
call fot passengers at all hotels and ali parte of the
oity, b leaving address at either offloe. .
,. . W. II. L. N0BLT5,
limylP tr- ! 'Oeneral ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
iSFna
ougn ixoute lov
twnt a v a nnrio
liliianii vutiit
: ..Hap.----
rwbrAltTTHBOOaiJMAINijleaveBlxtfcste
, Depot, at 6 A. TTand 1:30 P. M. . .
A. M -IlfDIANAPtlLIS. 61: LOUIS A flHTfU.
OO FAST BX PRESS. Th rough Ji rec t, makln g olese
connoctjons for nil other. Weitem
iaudAi
i at Bli
orth-vi extern
2iii.rin'noiirt Ci aan kn,i. a tndanm. trnim.
hie Uqapijrv.dil all polntf Ott VVatash Vall.y
avAlireNm. j: J ' . . d. . 11
.tin r. H.-INDIAN AVOLIB. CHICAGO A ST.
LOUIH NIGHT KX PBK88.-The above Trains make
Mm-. with Tpa rifl for Trte Hrtntrt. gnrlnffflnl(l..llnrk
Inland, GaiNthiiTff, Kenonh, La.(toift, JftckflonvHIi
'Uburjnn, vuiuut riviriv uu unioii,' rniiBF rwrik
n....i .i.k. i , rn ... tjiaaiu-a r.ii.A t "
JSIIIUmiUi UttViUV) ytJVXtl.mr, AIIVVIUUIKIUIU tlUIIRk. im
Mallei 8kMU,M all twnsanJciUs lp the ttottli
wost.
ysTThrongh Tloketl given and Baggage oheeked
throTto
Tor fortBerlnformatfon ant Throtigh Tlrkets, ap.
Ely to Ticket Offloos, noi th-east oorner oi Frsnt and
roadway; No. 169 Walnut street, neo Foortb) at
sonth-east corner of Fourth and Yin street, or at
the Sixth-street Depot, i J a, i i ? IT
D. M. MOBBOW, inrKi.intendent.
Omntbnses will call for passeng ny souving their
samet at either of the Ticket Oft . ,. , .
138 . . . . , .1 W. H.'- v" If, Agent.
OAN DYiIoQ and y
I'm tltn .'-illi . i '
I 1 ! I it v'i 0 '
3ST. OlAH.3Bal.
.iX-fs:''. 1V'' i y
(Sncoessor to Htibi A Co,)
i:i ' : '; : ai i " i , , i i
Manufgcturen and WholeiUe Dealeri
i i ' "' in. .'i -i
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
'..il.'fl rmiil ( , ,..!: , ,, n.;i Ihih V
iO MAIN STREET,' CINCINNATI
- -a i .- r , n , mylT
Bit. SAIML'Ij StLSBEE
E8PE0IA1I,Y-TREATS BI3EA8E8- OF
TBI SKIN, KHETJMATISU, DISEASES OF
WOMEN, and such Ohronlo oomplalntaas maybe
benefitted by the Hygyanlo and Atmopathio system
of his office. ." . ..
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenic, Msrcury, Tar
klsli Bueilan and Electro-Chemical Baths, a DIs
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of Blectrlo
and Magnetic Apparatus.
! N0. WKST SlXTn STUBKT, - .
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