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orrtcc, 11 wits? i'oubth-stbiit.
tlX CENTS W I CL PAY FOR THE
PINNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
SQUIRE GLOBE'S MARRIAGE CEREMONY.
. DION V
Ton bromish now, yon iroot man dare.
Vat HturnU upon de vloor,-
To hah tli Toiiutn rr yoiw vlwf . .-,
. ...i i..i. l.a oli-mnrer' - . .j 7
To feed her well nit soiir.krkut,
Feaut, piiltoioiii aiiuuera.
Aud in all tinft to lenuyoiu-ai, '
Pin vill promote her oai,
fes, and you voman standing dare.
Do bledge yonr vord, diBh tay, :
Del you vlll dak for your huseiid -
Vis man and him opey;
Tasb, Iron, and meat hit clothes,
Lef ven heshmtlee, voei Tea he thighs,
Dm share hie sboy. and Toei. ;
Veil, den, now wldln oo Vails, ' '
Mid shop, and not nit krlof, '
Ilroniua'you both to bo von mint, '
A'ou name, von mnn.von peef;
And you, you brldfkroom, tare yon shlop;
I'll not go your kollar
i'el'oro you autu'or ine dish tiiisr,
Dat Ish vara lah mine totlarV
SQUIRE GLOBE'S MARRIAGE CEREMONY. Laying Up for Children.
Purental aEToctioa naturally inquires
what it citn best lo for the welfiw-o of its
children in future" Tears, and when tho
bosom which now throbs with ' love to its
offspring shall be tjold in death. Many
plans are laid, and many days arid hours
of anxious solicitude are spent in contriv
ing ways and moans of rendering chil
dren prosperous and happy in future life.
Hut parents are. not always wise in the
provisions whiflK they seok to make for
their ohildron; nor ud they always seek
direction and coiius'cl from (rod in this
niattor. The best inheritanco for chil
dren, beyond all contradiction, is true
piety toward, (4od the salutary truths
and principle of religion laid up ' in the
hearts of oliildreri a good education
;ood und virtuous habits, unbending prin
ciples of moral c'bnduot, the fear of God
mid the hope of Heaven. This is the bost
iulieritanoe for children, and which all
parents should bo most anxious to lay up
Jor them. ?' , " .
Many an unwise "parent works hard, nnd
lives sparingly all his life, for the purpose
of leaving enough to give his children a
Htitrt in the wbrld, as it js called. Setting
a young man afloat with money loft him
by his relatives' is like tying bladders
under the arms of one who cannot swim ;
ten chances td one he will lose his blad
ders and co to tho bottom - Teach hiut
to swim, and ho will not needTijie, bladders.
Give your child a sound education.
ice to it that his morals are pure, his
mind cultivated : and his wholo nature
made subservient to 'the laws which
uovcrn man, and you have given -what
will bo more valuable than the wealth of
tho Indies. You have irivon hiin a start
which no rnigfbrifune can" deprive him of.
The earlier you toach him to depend upon
his own resources, and the blessing of
4od, the bettor. :l - - " v
Five Examples of Assurance.
1. Calling on a friend in cold weather,
milking bold to loan your back against
his marble, scrape you; shoes on his
fonder, and pnff your cigar to the .detri
ment of his elaborate ornaments and gim
uracks; aslothis'wife and children being
excluded from the firo,1et that bo "a part
of your religion," fieri facias.
2. Should you he invited to dinner,
when you enter the house, walk at onoe
into the dinlng-Toom, and mako yourself
ut home by pulling off your boots, calling
for a clean pair of shoos, a newspaper, a
cigar, and tho arm-chair; you may nod to
the mistress of tho house, and say "how
do" to the jawniles, if jou do not wish to
be taken far brute.- .f -' -:,
". ShouTd you call at tho hons ' of &
friend during his absence, do not hesitate
to mount bis befe'thorseVknd take a twenty
miles' ride, for the sake of exercise.
When you return you can "stop dinner"
with his wife, and afterward take her to
tho opera. M . V fli -
4. On enteria" i country church, always
patronize tho clergyman s or the squire's
pow ; should any. ladies be present, you.
may take outyour eye-glass and quiz them
witli a vacant stare they will probably
suppose you to' be an unknown friend;
politely hand the fair devotees the prayer
and hymn-book;, you may also hum the
bass in chords to the lathes' treble; when
you depart be sure to make a low congee,
lis it will mark you for a gentleman. . .
0. Should you by any chance be intro
duced to a new acquaintance, you nay at
tho expiration of a Week, jeremy diddle
him by .the question "You nave not such
a thing as five pounds about . you, have
you ?" A person who prefers your society
to solitude can have no objection to a loan;
you can then make yourself as scarce as
asparagus at Christmas. , '
Why a Man Shouldn't Swear.
1. It is mean.
"A: man of high moral
standing would almost es soon steal a
sheep as swear, .
2, It is vulgar, altogether too mean for
a decent man. j - - ... .... ,r
3. It is cowardly, implying a fear either
of not being beHevod or Qbeyedi f r vj
4. It irtragontlemanly. v A gentleman,
according to Webster, is a gentoel man.
Well-bred, refined. Such a ono will no
more swear than go jnto.tho streets and
throw mnd with a clodhopper. A il4
5, It is indeeeat; offensive p) delicacy,
and extremely unfit for human ears. '
6. It is foolish; "Want, of decency is
want of sense. ' " 1 '
7. It is abusive. .To the mind which
conceives the bath, to the tongue which
utters it, and to the person at whom it is
aimed."1"'' ' ,;" ' ''.' ' !'):
. it, is vanemous: showins a man a
heart to be a nest of vipers and ' every
timo.be swears, one of them sticks out
his heaaV ,.i . ... .. . ' ' ".. . .':.!
9. It is contemptible; forfeiting, the
respect of all the wise and good.
10. It is wicked; violating 'tlio divine
lawv anc provpking the displeasuro of
mm wno win not noia nun trautioes who
i ills name in vain. ,;j ,
FRKTTrwn. Two cardeners hod their
crops of peas killed by the frost, on
whom naa urettea a great aeai ana grum
bled at his low; visiting. his neighbor
tome time after, he was astonished to see
another fine cWp growfee, and inquired
how it could be. "These are what
owtd whijejou . wot .fretting, " was the
"Why iflnVTea ever fret 7
'as. but I pub it off till I have repaired
Ch taischiet" "Why, then there is no
eed to frett at all." "J mo ; that is the
on I put it off.
From a "Hinglish" Novel.
"lathering Jane, for tho last time, 1 ax
you, will you 'ave me'" i
"Villiain Ileniv, ! ' If all your pan
taloons were lined with fold, I'd still say
"ParJifirinc Jane! '("tithcr-inn Jano! avo
pity. Call to your mind,s hoyo tho many
.apny days that's parst and gone. Tho
utpnlla wfi'rn nrl thn
the noble 'Udson tho waving foliage of
pawk; and more than nil, romcnibor my
devoted lovo for you." :
."Voung man, ad you permitted mo, I
would have spared you a pang of hanguish;
but now, in all your mental hagony, roool
leot you've brought it on yourself. il
liaui Henry, I love another!"
May .Evin's lightnin' blarst him!
may all that part of 'is hexistanco vicb
bears any similarity to molasses or swoot
be turned to bitter gall! may ho . hex
pcriqnoe 'alf tho tortur' I fool now! and
at hist, ven life's voary pilgrimage draws
to a closo, may he rush to meet a fate to
vich mine s henjoymont! Tarewoll, Cuth
ering Jane, farewell, forever!"
; A splash follows, snd silonoo ensues a
silence that is soon broken by the sound
of oars. A voice from the wildernoss
shouts forth: i i ; : . '
'"Ello. there! durn your nightcap, vot
the mischief are you doin' on ?"
The craft approaches, and t'non "oh,
'orror !" turns again upon its course Its
inhuman occupant has discovered that
Villiam Henry is in no great, danger, for
he jumped into shallow wator.
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It is in tho liutTalo Kcpublic, of course,
that wc find the following incident re
latcd : . ., ' .."..'...,,! .
! "Old Umbf says Faxon, "who has ex
isted at a boarding-house - up town , : is
id ways finding fault with his victuals.
Last week ho found a piece of dish-rng
and about an inch of, shoe-string in the
stuffing of a chicken, and mildly com
plained about it. . Yesterday noon, in
spooning out some sago pudding, he
brought out a line comb, with several
wads of hah' clinging to it, to the intense
astonishment of his fellow-boarders, and
the mortification of the landlady. -
"Well,. I doclnro, Mrs. ," said
Crab in a deprecating tone, "it is entiroly
too bad. ' 1 don't really object to lino
combs in their proper places, but I sub
mit, 2Irs. f-- , that thero are othor
places more appropriate for fine combs,
to say nothing of the hair, than in sago
pudding." ; ; ; .
I' Landlady (recovering herself,) "Mr.
vihu, juuiuuuwjt J juu tuu. amuja film
ing something in your victuals, and if
wasn't thai i know you nover comb your
hair, I would unhesitatingly tttuto that
you put tho fine comb in the pudding
yourself. The fact is, (working horsolf
up fo the fominino point of wrath,) you
had betterleave my bonrdingiouso, You
are altogether too particular about your
Crab left tlio nost day, fueling himsulf
an ill-used and much oppressod old
" , We wore accosted tlio other ovoning,
says thot editor of a Boston paper, by
;;entlemuply looking man, evidently bal
ancing; a clever-sized brick in his oastor.
. "1 say, niis-imstor, will you bo kind
enough to tell mo the wav to Hroadwav?"
"jSo Broadway hore, sir; this is not
lew Xo 'k.
'Oh I ih! yes, that's a fact Woll,
beg youi pardon your pardon ; show me
to Kourt l-street Mil-Millor' Hotel.".
"Now you're in Philadelphia, old boy.
Wrong t.gain." .. - ,, .
..f'Jla ! Jha I Woll, I'm tlarnod confused,
that's a fact.. All right- rioaso to tell
nio whejwhether it's left or right 1 tuko
to Holiday-street r ,
f "That's a street that ain't got this way
yet. P srhaps you are thinking of tho
city of Baltimore?" ...
"Weljl, whore the douce am 1 stranger,
anyhow!?"'' '" :
' Wetjjldhim in Boston. He jammed
his fistsj into his pockets, after hitting his
hut a smash and stepping out, obsorving
"Wojl, I'm darned if i follow this tcm
porancjs caravan any longer." ,
The Boy and the Brick.
"'' A'bt y hearing his fathor say, "'twas
poor n ilo that wouldn't work both ways,"
said; .:.-.. .;; : .7 . ' ' .; .,
, "If athor applies this rulo about hid
work, will test it in my play." 1 ;
So e ittiug up a row of bricks, ho tipped
over t e first, which striking the, socond,
cause it to fall over on the third, which
overti rned the fourth, and sq on until all
the bipeks lay prostrated.
"Well,". said the little boy, "eaoh has
knocked down his neighbor! 1 only
tipped one ; now 1 will raise one, and sco
if ho Will raise his neighbor."
Ho looked in vain to seo them rise.
. "Hfere, , fathor," said tho boy, "'tis
poor rule tnat wont worn Dotu ways,
They knocked each oilier down, but will
not Huso each other up. .
son, bricks and mankind aro aliko
of clay, active in knocking each
down, but not disposed to help each
tner, said the boy,, "docs tlio hrst
reprcsont the first Adam ?"
hen men tall tuey like company.
but when they rise thoy love to stand
alone, like yonder bricl?, and see othors
prostrate lelow them."
JDon't fret over what you oan't hcln,
and don't fret over what you can holp;
thercforo don't fret at all. DuimvDad.
die J says that he has no other reason
BuiuKiDg,ouiy tuut no mure no iumos
thoiless ho frets. '
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If Wine In do lion, an Is tea but In another lmi-
. W'Lat matter whether one he killed by cnuintor
" n '1.1.1- j.: ir 1 :
1 no i iuusmuio uu' ALOUUBOl OnCl,
dy: ng at tho battle of 8t Bonis, said to
iin lertinent monk: "Lot me alone: 1 have
no lived four-sbore yoars without learning
to lie in a quarter of aq hour.
He wli6 iictlni Ilka he who alljea nn leu,
Quoa aviftljr ilowu tha ilipiwry way ol' vice.
Liaw auaixst TAKiso Shiot. A Paris
ia 1 robber,, who was arrested for stealing
snuff oat of a tobacconist's shop, by
of excusing himself, exoloimodt "That
hi was not awaro of any law that forbado
apian to take snuff.' r--- -
BsWA krlv in thn mPl itiAVtf linn hamnr
on doscrtod by her adotor, eicolaimed-'-"Suoh
a menial ought to bo battcrod
death with thimblos and buried in
WJ5 AKB NOW l'RKPARED TO DO,
on the nhnrt'-flt notice, and In (ba lelert and
taomfnahlonabki .trie, all kinds cf
BILLS UK LAD1K8;
BILLS Or FA BE;
INrtMSKti it BODIEATB PB1CIB.'
FRANCISCO & CAIDWELI.
THOS. f . FiRRIJV & CO.
HAVE K S T A B L I S H E D THE FACT
that they are lolling lumber at their yard on
Frfeniati-stroot. nextto Cincinuuti. Hnmlltou and
lmyiou ihaiiroatt, - . 1
AT LOWER PRICES
Than any other Lumtor Dealen In tli4 city.
"Quick Sales and Small Profits"
IS TH MB MOTTO.
. They aubmit the follow ing list of jirlcor
' . . ;. Own. 4 MuV
Clear lumbor, ilHlilrkiu'iw, 1 In. meaa $.17 M $) no
Beet Common, 1 ' and t inch Plank 2 nil ;10 uu
Heat " . I inch Doarua .'1 75 2! Wl
Se:onil " all thicknesiee..... Id (W 17 M
I'hli-.l " ' Boards... II .hi 12 mi
(iruh Plank, faco niewiiiro.. 22 ji) aJ 00
Homiocit jout, Kan i ling aim limner.... 11 M 2M
PiiDlar " ' . t' " la JO Hot)
First Common Flooring Board... 3D AO 37 SO
Hecona " " - 23 7 2J W
I'nird " ... " . ' 18 JO -M on
First Common Wcnther B-wdn......... 16 oo 17 AO
eWSAttf ' '! " " iH .It ISM
C'ed ir FoLi, i by 4, 8 feet, per liuudrod.... M oo o m
Cedir " for fencing, " -'.. 30 0O 33 66
Locirt " " , . ." -, 20 00 as SO
' A further reduotion of 2t: per cout. will ba madeou
bills of Jjooor more. . .,
We have one of tho largentaud beat aelected etocki
of Lumber in the Cincinnati market, which we offer
for aale at the above price. .
THOS. W. FARRIN & CO.
Wi B. DODDB,
rormerlroIllall.DodojaOoUW Urban, DoddaiOo.
W. B. Vodds & Co.,
(. MaaorAOTDaaM.or TBi
COIf O WL 33 T3S3
Fire and Burglar Proof
8. W. Corner of Vine fe Second Streets
Thla Is the moet reliable TIBB AND BIT HOT, A
PRIX) V 8A VK that la made In the United States, and
u warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prloee, aud ia of better workmanship than
can U found eliew here, . , . ,,
We have a largo amorttnant on hand, and are te
wramea to sen at pneoi mat cannot lau to pieass,
- Old. Safes : . ,. ,
Takei In exchange. HKCOMD-HASD' 8AIXS ab
wayi on nana at eiiremely low prloes. nx
, ' WESTERN i,:
nA8 ClIANOliD its location
;1 ' ... TO"-
NIXON'S NEW y: BUILDING,
OPPOSITB ; TUB , POSTOFFICK, j
RICHARD NELSON, Principal.
T Circular, tlutlpg Uruit, can ba had ou appli.
UOOl UOOrtUG !
rVUK IJTCA1,T ELASTIC ME-
M. TAftilO ttOOKINO'Mi offerod to the public
as the liest and oheapeat Metal Roof aow. need, Its
'""win, uj .an nuwriHiit ill ream in lUlBflltV
iiuiiuiuK.. nuwiiuor nneii laareuea flponrejy .wltB1
ontexDosiire to the acttnn nr thAMljimnntH
Prepared sheets, boxed for ahipment to any tart oi
ji . , , ; "PP''i uy any one wnn
vtuiuni luwuaiiiuti sain, uniors promptly nuea,
JlC-tf liU West Second itreet.
mtt&'. $30. V,$ao. . ; 30.
Thirty-Dollar loulleLock-Stitch 1
HKCUKUD Blf RKt'HNT TiKTTEBS PATKNT, .
THIS MACHINE HAS" BEEN PRO
NOUNCED by nil competent Judcrea. wBo
have wen It, to he the beat and moal denlrablo Fam
ily Hewius; Jlaohlu ner latrodiiued, remrdle
of price. It will new all kinda of luiuMy mooUh,
from the very thirkost to tlievery Diirat tahrirs made,
and uaea all kinds of thread, froniNo, S tojuo, -i . ,
N nil Is uaed on Kipol'thn Machine.
1 Send fork vliviilnr, or nM and aee it iu operation.
Upon early application. State ttnd County JlighU may
An energetio penon nan make a Tnrtnn In a short
time. Ageuta wanted in nil naaold territory. : , .
U. C. BlUtTBIAN,
Sr le and exclmlva agent for thn Uultoil States,
' aepHrmf l8 Went Fonrtli-atreet. Cincinnati.
.-. . 1AlSl 1(57 v.M fhl- :
i liADD, WsJBsij ER & UO. ', ,
; ,u ' (IiatoHnut, Wobsler 4 Cei.)
No. O Fourth street, CuicJLnuatl.
On the 1st of Octobor e will remote to
No. 80 West Fourth-street,
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ttTITCHINO THE SAME ON B0TI1
a;,1H l.i'avirtff ii .Irlcwi.v. ohillil. uml Inktviutlili,
to ravel. I'or ioed, acenracy or oaie of, nidtlou, the
Klllptle Machine ia without WvaL '; -4 , ;
Cinolncatli Offlce 54 We Fourth street,
, KELSEY' & CO.'S i
Office30 West Fourth-street,
b Ask of:a discriminating
Eublia, in pursuit ol a rellalilo Kowtug-Ma.
e most ri Kid compaiison of the uierUs of
tuhinea with all othera in the market. Wa
court It, lieing sure it will roanlt in our favor. . i
I). XV. HARRIVGTOJT & CO., !. .
au3 ' i-i IUt r;. i .. Accnts,
SINGER'S SETOQ MACHINES.
Price Reduced ito 950, T5, $110 cmd 12ff.
Sinter's Now Family 8ewta Machine, -
The price of which ie only is a light and olegant
ly deoorated Machine, cupublo of performing, in the
beststrle, all the sewing of a private family.
Slnsjev'a Trnusverae Shuttle IVIaohloe, .
Tn tin mlil nt I7S. Is a llachlnc entirely new in Ita ar'
raugemcut; it ia very beautiful, moves rapidly and
very easily, and, for fnuiily nae and light maunfao.
tnrtng purposot, ts tne very oeai ana cueapest Jiia
chine ever ofl'omd to the public.
Hinaer'ti No. 1 Htnndcird Shuttle Machine,
Forniorlv .eold at SI 36. but tiow rati need to (110. la
known all over the world. Kvcry sort of work can
oe done witn it., j.' . ; . ( , , . . .
ninaer'a no,ix eiasaarn pnniuemunuiae,
Tlila la the utvorlte mnnvjuoturiujl Wachluoovorv.
wliera Frice, with table eompleto, 8125.
SsTBend for a Circular. . . '
' 1 JA1UKS 8KARDOK, ,
- :l AgentforJ. M.rJingerAGok ,
i . ::u No. 8 Bb Fourth street,
JeH- -I. ' 1 i ' ' OlSOINtf ATI, OHIO,
FRONT , STREET PACTORY
No. hirUat Front Stroot. bet. Pike 6nd Btttlor-st's,
poiitri'Suio, . :
HAVING riTXED UP TUB PRK1IISES
with the most imnroved kind of raachtnorv. I
am proparcd tofuroleh, at uluu't notice, nil kindaof
uonno anil Bieainiioai, uarpenter ana joiners woi'K.
8nch, JMiuds, Di-oro, li'iiunoa anil Aloldinga, of all
descriptionn, Htoainboiir litiui(icrk Wcuthnr-hoard-ng,
Shingliw, Siding, Kloorinij,ftc.,Kept constuiitly
oqhaud. i'.nticulnr nttentiou paid tu plunliig, rip
ping anu Hcruu aawinR. Jioiivy iiuniinR luinuor ran
fie Dlanod and trned HO fmit lona.aud Mi inched wide.
Persons about to butld. arlll Und it to their advan-
tags to give me a call, , f ,r .(,VJU. JOKES,
Fail and Winter Boots and, Shoes.
JOHN H. DETERS, ;,;
, No. S3 West Fourth-street,- -
HAS NOW IN STORE A LARQB AND
coranlute 8 took of Fall and WinteyBoutu anil
Hlioea. whtch for extent aud variety ia not aurnaMtiod.
Ills work is superior to any kept in the city, and 18
eoiu very cneap lor casn. - . .-. . sop-'l
, Mayor's Proclamation.
' MAvoa'aOynci, tltTV ort!woiNAii, v.'
J-i; 4 .if S(ptoinberl1i, ls.a. J.
IN rUKSUANCB: Of A RESOLUTION
adopted by tbo City Council on the 7th lu.t , no
tice ia hereby given to llicul ctoraol' the city of Cin
cinnati, that an election will he bold on the 1 ith day
of October next, (second Tuesday ) t'ur the purpose of
electing two Magialrutea to till the places of K. U.
xvuwokuoi p, nnq., ami avia i isnoi-,-9q.-f wnoao
Tin ot oiuoe oxutres on tno tli of December, 1KVJ.
TUB I'olla will be hold nt tlninln;iinf hnlillno, St.il-
Electlons, and opened between the honrsoffiand 7
o'clock in the morning, and closed at 6 o'clock in the
evening. -. r.
r t.iven under my Hand and thn Corporate
fn'rn lelofaid City, this th day of September.
',' , SBp-tlrf :..., Mayor.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
fllHE UNDURSKiNBD ARE PRUPARED
"M. to ilellvor in Cincinnati, in anv nantlllea.
IiIMKHrOiNEortliehoHt uualitv. from trn Inrlie.
to two feet thick. We have lite I- ......
llest Liiuesioiic. 4tuaiai'ic8
: lu thu Wciit. nnd will make it to thn liiterrnc of
parties naiug Ourb-stono, 'lag-atone. Cri'sn, Walk
ami Gutter stone, UapsftiulSiiis, faterTablo, ltange.
(tone, Manutnent Basra. Jra.,' to correfpond with us
and learn our prices. KUl'BEU, lilJNLAP & CO.,
sepMow-T - uroenneia.jttigniana uounty, onto,
HENRY 1) AVID. ;: '
NO. 278 MAIN STREET, BETWEEN
P1XT1I AUD SEVENTH, JIannfuclurcr aud
Imnortor of Soar. Ferfanery and Fancv Goods, has
just received, per steamor, a lot of Porte Monniacs,
viaar uaaess nriuuen. Junius, renunicry, nee I mar
row and Fancy Good bf all descriptii'ns; also a com-.
Rleteastortmeut of Ilanilkerchiet' Extrncts, which
oia prepared to tell aia tfgnralowarthaa any other
dealerln tho city. Aloo, roceived thisiluy from Mow
York, a large lot of David's Blue and lllach Writing
and Marking Inks wlitoh the sabscribor will be able
to eoll at manufacturer price.. Jobbere and ro
tnilcrs will please call in nnd examiuo bvfore pnr
All klndsof Extracts ot . .
I, i 25 CENTS PISH BOTTLE. . .. .
: Honitnibfr the place, !.' !
21 Mnlu-st., Bet. Slith anil Sevetitu,
j ' l ' i - . .;,
AVR HATH ON HAND TUB LARGEST
variety and beet selected amortment of Oaa
fixture, in Olncluuatl, consisting of all I bat Is new
or desirable in. the Gturlxluie line.
we warrant every tnxturewes.il to neeaiut.botn
l material and auiah. lo anv that is sold in thla o
in material ami
any other mat kot, and In addition will gnarantr
thorn tn retain their color and remain iwrfect for Ave
years iro in luoiime uivysra Jul up ty us.
i jy'il-cm . ' lex Main atteet. near Fourth '
U"tN'E . wines, ,BRAjrtn;gr acjoitn
- J 'BATHS hn on hand an extensive etOck of nne
(Ufrryt Pert, Uatlerte, Ulsret, (Jtianaiaiiqa and a
tawba Wines, Also, tine llrnndies, Jamatea Rum,
Holland (Jin and otlier Liquors, which h. warren
nnn and ot tlio nestiiiaiiiy. ror sale, national nice
tor llullding, Hycamoro-stroot. aeplj
BY: STATE AH 1 0 R XTYI
Incorporated 1819. IbartcrPerpetiial
WAsencr estahlishedinOlnclnnali In I an-
todatiiiR all pn ni'nt lorul IusnrmiraOompiiiih'eand
Agencies in the Insurance biiHlo.se in this ity. 33
years constant duty bore, combined with wealth, ex
perience, enterprire aud liberality, especially com
menu ine m insurance company i ,ne iBTura
but natronam of this eommnnitv standina aolitarv
and alone, tha sole survivor and living ploueer of
Oiuoluuati underwriters of .. :
Losaes fald In (inolniinil rluvlnc pnst Five
, . Vcur, 15UiO,'i l 21.
Casii Capital JrBl.O 00,000.
IAB80LUTK AND UNIMPA1BKD.J WITH A :
HlIRPIiUM OH l,J3,423 84).
And the prestige of 40 yeananccesaand experienoe.
; l .... , lMVKaT3f KNTg OP ' . ,.J , -
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
VI'WAUDS OC H,0llO,IMM),I,O?SK
Have been paid by tho Etna lusmauce Company in
j ; tho past 40 years.
Fire nuil lulnml Nnvigniiim.-Bhks aocepted
at tonus oonaistout with solvency and lair pruli.a.
lapecial atloullou given to Inaiirauce ot Dwellings
and Uonteutt, for terms of 1 to .V v i; ' '
Application made to tuny- duly othorixed Agent
fironiptly attendod to. ( JBy strict aitention to a legit
mate Insurance business, this Company la enabled
to offor both indemnity for the past and seoiultyfor
the future, l'nlloiei issued without delay by
JAS. H. CAHTHI1, Agent, Ko. to Main street,
A. F. l'ATt'H, Aoalatant Agent.
H. K. IINDSKY, Agent 171 Vine street. .: .
- J. J. HOOKER, Agent. Knllon. 17th Ward. an
.;!'": ; ;. WEltsiTENT i '
FOLDING oPRIl MiTRESS
WEIGHS ONLY 03 LBSI MANUFACTORKD,
WHOLKSALK AND RETAIL, BY ,..
BEXNKTT & 0,
Hvcnmore street, below Fifth.
'mm mm m Afati"inirrBr "
i asumsua-o .1 jxah a.
rilHE MOST REMABI.E FIRE AND
JL BURGLAR PROOF SAFES. They have given
more eatistuction than any other now in use.
We oiler a reward of ONK THOUSAND I10L.
I.A US to any person tliat can, up to the prew nt
time, show a singlo Instanco wborein tbey have failed
to nrcvene their contents. i ' :
. With this SAFK we cliallongo nil compstitlnn, os
being tho best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
aud Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
test with any estalilUliroeiit in tho Union, aod the
pnny falling first, to luileit to tho ether, iho sum
0f?2,0IM. . , . '
Weiire prepared to fiiriilsh a hotter Safe, nndnt loss
cost, than' auy other manufacturer a the United
' BiKOTid-tiand Safes of other makers, al4 on hand.
Weroapoctfiilly invito the public to call and exam
ine our atock.bei'ot'0 purchasing elHi.whei-e.
" HATiL. 0 4BHOLL ft CO.. ' I
' an?l?-ayt , Nos. Id pod 17 Bat Columbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera,. Bilious Cholic, and '."..
AIL TAWS LV THE STOUACU X BOWELS.
, made by CEO. 8. LIGHT,
J WHOLES ALB DBVGOIST, , CINCINNATI, u
FOR SALE BY JOinf TV PAltK. SUIRM. TtCK
8TINK CO., and Druggist generally. Order left
u L I Li n ni v, V ,f nasi. iiiiKiiOkS sa,vjiaa
at .WiibUHaON & IUtheu), No.
41 Wulnnt street'
win lie atienuea to.
' GLASGOW ANsTNEW YORK 7
8TBAM TO QLASGoT .ilVl&IlPGOL, BKLFA8T,
L- DUBLIN AN LONDONDJSBB?
',' ' 1 -; riOM SIBW TOM. . .,, 1
fingttiw,Thnnnon,Wodnesday, Aog.it, at 12 upon
RdinuiireliiCunnulug.,Wodueeaay,Jiiuel, " ,
(iliiMgow, Thomson...,. . " , July, " ' -"
Kdiubnrtih,Cnmwing.. 1 I " . . , 'JulylT, ' i J
' - tBoa OLAsecvr. : c i. .3 .,
Edinburgh) Cimiminir.,8atiiTilay)) ay 7. ..' ;
(jlnacow, Thomson. ..Wednomlay, July V. , .
Edinburgh, Cuunuing... " , July!.
Bates of Paesago from New Tork, Philadolnliia or
Boston, to 01ngow,' Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
Londonderry, first class, 973. ? ateerumt, found with
an abnndance ol proporly-cookeo provisions, sua
An oxperiencea surgeon auacnea so eoeu auiainer.
Noohargofor medicines. 1
Tor Freight or Paesugo. apply to
v, ': ""I.X.XV;--'
3MQ XT S T Jl. TD
AFTER MANY YEARS OF PRACTICAL
experience lh the art of Mustard-making, the
eronrletora offer the above brand of Mustard to the
public, guaranteeing it a etrlctly pure article, manu
factured from the best quality of seed, carofuily se
lected with the design of producing a Muslurd eCPK-
lll.to f - Ut.kVIW .KIT. Ulltflll'CI'V Trt AW
NO'.V IN DSK, Wo hnvo no bciltation in aaying
Iiatall InvurKofgond Mustard will .nod Hie I. Ji. L..
to be that which they so fronoeutly fail to obtain, . ..
SJUSTAKD T1IAT IS MU.STAI5D. ,
ufOrdera promptly riled. . - . .
, '. .'lIARRIBON. WILSON, ,
JeZ4 -.. r V9 ami 111 Wnlnnt-wtrect.
Merrell's Blackberry A nodyne.
rrnus medicine is offered to thb
JL yulilio aaonooftlrpBnrtTlf nofthevrry lieet nuil.
fciue lli.it hftBcverboeu invented lor Ciahuiu'.a, Dir.
ikvkbv, Cholkua Inianti'Ji, and all oilier derange,
nieuts of the Stomach mid Digestive Organs, which
aroaovrrralaiitand tiitul in our country corrects
in ui rJ fetl conouu U'Vl wio mtariitimiB nerioii.
IJ If a i ; e, surb as ia caused by Teething. gives
ti i rru aenlthy action to the. bowels, aiid wlllial.h)
pi.adi.iu U take. - ' . . ' i y'-crot i
Moascy ! , JTiowcy! floiacy!,
,., Removed fr em 50 Wcat .Sixth.-itrcct.
MONEY LOANED 01T WATCHES, JEW
ELRi and nil hinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of interest,, akNo.. 173. Vlne-itruet,. between
Fourth and Fifth. .l:r .
Composition Roofing.' , '
undenigntd ll prepared to put on a
Composition Boor of the best quality at abort
o, - r ,
imU T .fr n Pi.'i P.. . rta. tlinna tlr1H. ivip.
ber Third and Vine. , ' '
mr BooUng material constantly on hand, and far
lain. Qyi7int .- J. H. NOBLK.
H. CAMPBELL & COi
Tfa-TANU FAOTURERS OF BAR,
1TJL and Boiler Iron, Plow Slabs, Railroad Spikes
Rtc. Also, A gents for the sale of 1 ronton titer Nails
Warerooni No, 19 Hut Second Btteet, Clnclnnat i
2rAll kinds Iron taade to 6rder.: 7 '' W
J. T. DROWNE & CO.,
ITAVANUFAGT URER8 : OF J E XV E I R Y,
ATB. new wholesale establishment, S7 West Thlrd
atroet, between Walnut and Vine, (room No, 4, op
talre.l Cincinnati, rectory as rroviaenci
Island. New styles received, weekly.
fRANKtlN TYPE AND PTEREOTYPl
KOOlfDBY, B. ALLISON, gup.rint.nd.nt.-
vt intlug Mat wlan el an aiuas. isg y me iireei.
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton.
Four daily trains: .lkavk thb
Hlxth-atreet Depot. .".
Trains run through to Indianapolis, Lima, Ban
dinky anil Olevoianuwltlioutchungoolcara.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Westoru, North- '
ri and Bortlfwoatom cities. '" . ..
U A. IU- Kil'llKM TIC Aim fittiuuibus time, .
which la seven minutes fustorihou Olnciunatli Kor
Cleveland and Pittsburg, via Delaware, niakee clo.
conniption at C'l'estllDO for I'ltiaburfr, Bitltimore,
I'liilndelphia nnd Now York: Md at t'levoland ft..'
Dunkirk, BnBalo, Boston and Sew York.' Also,coti' ,
nocu at Dayton with Dayton and Jltchigau lload fcf
Troy. I'inua, Sidney, Lima, .Toledo,. Detroit, Port ,
Wayiieuiid Chicago, roaoblng Toledo atssso. Detroit
at:l, andOhioagoat7:2u P. M., IJuincy and (htlona
si 7 A.M. Also, at Dayton wilh Oroenville and Miami
Koud, for Greenville, Union, Winchester and Alun. .
cle. Also, connects at Itichmond with Indiana Oeu.
trial Road, for Indianapolis, lufeyelte, UhlcagOiTerre
Haute, tit. Louis, and all Western cities. Aleo, at "
Richmond with Cincinnati and Chicago Iload, for
Andrnon, Kokomo and Poni," Aleo,-connects with
Junction uailroad at liauiillon for Oxl'-rd.
HA. 31. MAIIj TKAIN-For Dayton, Bpring-nt-ld
and. 8andu.Hky t'onnocta at ttandueKy with
BTKAMUltfrr DKTB01T:at UKI1AN AforCllLUM
liiiH; at I'.irnst with Prttsburg, Fort WiiyneaoilCht
ciiko Itoad, East anil WchI; at Clyde with 0. und To-
ledo Koad for Clei-elatid and Duflolo, IVilodo, Detroit
and Chicago,,, Thla train alno connects nt DRLA
WAUNwltU. tlio 0 0. t. 0. Hnad for Cleveland and
K lints Kii-t; alsoconnccUatliuniiltonwithJuuctitu
ittlroBd for Oxfnril. ..'.rTr
4dU 1'. M. 'PltAlN-For Dayton. SprlugHeltl ,:
and Sandmky Conuccls at Forest with Flnsbnrg, '
Fort VVnyue and Chicnko'ltoad, Eaat and West: at
Clyde with C!, anil Toledo Koad for ClovulaudaugBuf.
falo, Toledo, Detroit and Chicago. Also, connects nt
Kicfimond for liidlunspolin, Terre Haute, Ht. Louis i
and Chicag. Also, conueoui with Juuctlon lUllroad
at ilsuillion forOxl'ord. oi, j - '.
P. M, TKAIN-For Dayton, Troy, Plqna, Bid-
noy, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, fort Wayne aud (Jul-.
cago, rnacbing Cliioago at 8 A. Al. ...,-'.,
The 6 aud g A. II. trains, connect at Cleveland '
with ftteamurs for Buffalo. ' ,
For further information; and Tickets, apply at the
Ttiket ofllces north-east corner Front aud Broad
way; No. 169 ft'alnut-stiMt, near Uibaon House', at
the new Ticket Office, o-i the we.ieide.cf Viu.-street,
betwoen Poetodice and Dnrnet Ifonne; nt the Wnlnu'
Street Ilouse, or at tho Sixth street Depot,
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
v ' i.Fotif Ttairia'Daily. ;
UAftYTilKOVQr,! EXPRESS JRAirtS. : ,
First lCiain 5o. 1 EMvH;'t 6 A. M..comiectli vlsv "
Oolnmbmt aud CAveland la ('olumbna, Crestline bud '
Pittsburgh, via Colambu.wt3leubenvillo and Pitla.
bnrgh, DotroltviaUleveiaudaudstoamor: This Train "
stopa. between Cincinnati: atid'Uolunibns. al Love.
hinil'Deeraiild, Motrowf Xenial Cedarville, bouth .
Oharleshin, Londouatnl West Jefferson, i .
Second Train- No. 2 Kxproae, nt S:30 A. W connect I
via Oolnmbna, Bellair aud Benwoodi Wheeling) via f
Oroatllne aud Pittsburg: via Columbus- and Olevfl. :
land: Detroit, via Cleveland and stearuoK White Sul. .
phur Station, via Hpringlleld. This Train stops be
tween Cincinnati ami Colnmbus, at Plainville, Mil
ford, Jtiamlville, Lovelond, DeerAeld, Alorrow,0or
win, Spring Valley, Xeiiia nnd London.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:10 P- St., fur
Columbnaand Sprlngllold. ;
Fourth Trniu-NightKipresf.at 11:710 P. M.J co
riecta via Coluuibua, itol lair aud Beuwood; Wheeiing;
via)i Columbua, Stenbenvillo and Plltaburgi via Co
luoiljua, Crcatliue and Pittabuvg: via Coluuibua and
Clovolhnd. This train eteps at Lovoland, Morrow.
Corwln, Xenla and London, BLKEPIiiG CAUS Oti
THIS TBAIN. : . i .
No. 1 Express, through to Cleveland wlthontohaDge
of cars. ' ' -
. Ho.Sfiipreaa.tbrongh to Wheolingwitbotit change ,
of cars. on ... 'i .
The NIGHT EXPRK8S rrwin leavin Cincinnati
at (1:30 P. M., runs dally, oaceptHATDHDAYS. The
For all information, and Through Tickets to Bos
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
tou, Bu trulii, Niagara Falui, Iunklrki Cleveland, '
Pittuburg, Wheeling, and nil the Eastern pljcea,
apply at tho Offices, Waluiil Street House, No. 1 Bur
net House, south-cant comer ol Broadway and Front
streets, and ut the Eastern Dopot.
. Trains run by Columbus time, which is seven mill" i
ntes faster than Cincinnati time, -
... J. DDRAND. Sitp't.
Oumibunes cullforpaiisengers by leaving direction
at the Ticket Oftfcea. - - . ' - myl7 -
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST.
AND THE NORTHWEST. VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO;
Only One Change a Van eetween Cwictnitari
"' ' and (jhtciigo. .
Three Paesengor Trains leave Cincinnati dally, Iron
thofootof MIllandFrontalreeta. -
!i-M A. M. Chicago Matil arrltwi at Indianapolis at
10:80 A.M.! Chicago at 7:M P.M. This tiffin con
nectawith ail night trains oatof Chicago, for the
West and Nortli-weet. .
12;ii0 M. TerroHMileaiidLaiUyelfcAccoiiimoda
tlon arrives at Indlitniipnlla, nt b:m P. M., making
direot connect tens at ludiiiunpolls with Torre Hauto
Trains and Indianapolis anif Latayottu trains for
lecnliir, Sprlngllold, Naples, tfiilucy, ilamiil al ami
St. Joaeph; also with Peru trains for Peru, Ft. Wayne
aud Toledo.- -t ..,
C:ini P.M. Chicago XUpress arrives at Indlauapolig
at 10:30 P. 31.; Cltioago ut 7:t0 A. il, Making clone
counectlous at Chicago wilh all uiornlng trains out
of Chicago. This traiu connects at Indianapolis
'with Terre Haute trams for all points West and
Northwest, i : ' ,' , ...
Hleupingoars are attached to all the night trains
on this line, and run through to Chicago wltbont
' This is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with fuvaratle and reliablo arrangements
with all couneati"g ron.ls thioughout the entire'
Weat, guarantees nuusual care and the amplest an
ootnmodations to the patrons ol thla lino.
KsT Ue sure you are In t he right ticket office before
yon purchase yonr tickets, and oak for tickets via
Lowreaceburg and lndlansvoll.
Faro the same us by any other route, Baggage
THROUGH TICKKT8, good un til used, can he ob
tained at the ticket offices, at Bpeneer llonsn Corner,
north-east corner Broadway anil Frout) No. 1 Bur
net House Corner; at the Wnlnnt-stroet House, and
at Depot offlco, foot of Mill, on Front street, where
all ucceasary information may bu had.
Oinnlbusiies run to and front lech train, and w
call foi piuwengers nt all butela and all parts of Ih
city, b) leaving address at eitharoillce.
, ""' W. It. L. NOBLK,
myM I " '-' .1 flenetnlricket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
S3 Boute iOT
LAFArB ran "i .!
, ,, " CHICAGO, J . . j".. ...
" S I liCGANSPOBT,
.! "! ,v wbo; --
? : .. KOBT WAYNJ.
TWO DAI LYTHROrjGHTRAINaieaveSUlh street
Depot, at 6 A.Tf and 4:30 P. H.
8 A; M.-IKprANAP(LIB,M'. LOV18 4 0HI0A
GO FA 8T 'EX PR USH. Through diroct, making olose
connections for ftllotlier Western and North-western
Sotnta. This Train also connects at Richmond with
Inclnnati nnd Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Xoko- .
mo Logaiuport, aud All points on Wabash Vall.p
B4:80p!'M.-tNDfANAPOLT8i OHIOAGO BT.
LOUIS NIGHT EXPRESS. The above Trains make
close connections at Indianapolis, Lafayette and Chi
eago.'with Trains for Terre llaiito, Springfield, Hock
Inland , Galeeburg, K'uosha, La Crosse, Jacksonville,
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Mattoou, Navies,
Galena, Qninoy, Prairie du Chien, Pane, Peoria,
Dunleith.Hactne, Decatnr, Bloomlngton, Jollot, La
Salle, St. Paul, aad all towns and oitlee in the North
west. '" : .
srThrongb Tickets given and Baggage ohecked
through. '' i '
For further Information and Through Tickets, ap.
ply to Ticket Offices, nortb-eaet corner ot Front and
Broadway; No. 169 Walnut street, near Fourth; at
south-east corner of Fourth and Vine street, or at
,l";Batl""D?eM MOBROW. nroWotendent.
Omnibuses will call for pasteng ya uy teuvlng theit -
names at either of the Ticket Oft ...
1M r . W. H. V. :- injr, Agent.
G AN DY I OA N D Y
, " -a..'
,m rBaooerfo'Hr.Bl40o,) ' '
.-i - v. m ',
Mnufa6tarerg and Wholenl9.l)Uefi
st r-W"r.oO cv;vv "
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES, ,
40 MAIM STREET,- CINCINNATI
r UB. SAITl'Ii filLSCLi:
E8PECIALIY TREATS DISEASES OF "1
TUB SKIN, RHEUMATISM, DISEASES OF
WOMEN, and amok Chroulc oompjaints as may be
benefitted by thA.nygycnlo and Atmopathio lysiem
of Ms office. ". ..
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenic, Mercury, Tur
kish, Bnsslan and Ileotro-Chcmioal Baths, a DIs
pensary of Medlclhoj and every jnann.ref llectrle
and Uagnetio Apparatoav, ', ,. U ' , ,
NO. 07 WEST BUTH-BTBEKT.
WaMktuif A.K.ttlP.H, auH-tff