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THE PRESS.
rWI, 14 VIST KKTBTH-STBEKT.
WEDNESDAY
,.OCTOBEKL3
IX CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE
MNNY PRESS ONEWEEK.
sHTWs art not tare that thin has not before "!
lit roundr," but not lately.' It It food enough to
Doaton Bo hat done lor it:
THE FROG.
Of all ths fanny things .hat uie .; .
Id woodland, marsh or hog,
That creep the ground or flj tbe Dirt
Tb funniest la the frog . . '
The frog Ibe tcientiuckoit . .
(f Nature's handiwork .
Die frog, that neither walks nor rimi,
Bat goes it with a jerk.
With panti and coat of bottle-groan, ,
And yellotr fancy rest, , .. ,
Ha plunge fntn mud ana mire ,
' Aft InM Sunday best.'' '
When be sltt down he's standing up.
As Faddy O'Qnlnn onre said;
And for convenience eako bo wear
Hii eyet on the top of bli head.
Ton tee him tilting on a log,
Above the "ratty deep;"
Ton feel inclined to sa, "Old chap, '
Jtiat look belore yon leap!" -Ton
rain your cane to hit him on
His ngly-looklng mug; .
But era you get it half-way np, -
Adown he goes "kerchng," .
' "Bob, where ,'is the state of mat
rimony?" "It is one of the L nited States.
It is boanded by hugging and kissing on
one side and cradles and babies on the
other. - Its chief products are population,
broomsticks and staying out late of
nights. It was discovered , by Adam nnd
Eve while trying to find a north-west pas
sags out of raradiso. ' The climate is sul
try till you pass the tropics of housekeep
ing, when squally weather commonly setR
in with such power as to keep all hands
ns cool as cucumbers, For the principal
roads leading to this interesting State,
consult the first pair of blue eyes you run
against." . ,.' ; .".'",:.,..','::., .'
jJfitfAn Arkansas candidate for Congress
sets forth his qualifications jbr office in
the following languagaVt; ' ' '
"Gentleman, if 1 am elected to this
office, I will represent my constituents ns
the sea represents the.earth, J)r night con
trasts with the day. I will unrivit all hu
man society, clean all its parts and screw
it together again. I will correct all senses,
purge out all corruption' and go through
the enemies of our parties like, a rat
through new cheese.;! t .
8A bachelor says: A woman: will cling
to the chosen of her heart like a tly to n
; "Catch-em olive," anl . you cna't separnto
her without snapping strings no nrt can
mend, and leaving a portion'? her soul
on the upper-leather of your affections.
She will sometimos see. something to love
where others see nothing to admire; and
when fondness is once fastened on a
fellow, it sticks to him like a penny stamp
to an envelope, or a tax gathorer to your
house-door. 'u-
Thiscs that will not fejisH.-The ever
lasting hills will crunhjec),.duati but the
influence of a good name will never die.
The earth will grow old and perish, but
virtue 'in the heart will be ever green,
and flourish, throughout eternity. Tho
sun will be blown out, and roll from the
heavens, the moon and stars will grow
dim, but true and undetiled religion will
grow brighter, and not ooase m long as
God himself shall endure,,
d, 11 ivu yvu.L..HHUl uw Mill 1U
love keep away from muslio. , You can
no more play with'-'girli without losing
your hearts, than you can play with
gamblers without losing your money.
'J he heart-strings of a woman, like the
tendrils of n vine,' are always r,oaehing
out for something to cling tog.'' The conse
quence is, that before you are going you
are "gone" like a lot at auction: (j
" Peter, Peter, I sees a toad!" said
a little darkey tn his brother one day, as
they were digging over Bjieap pr manure.
"Whar is he, Joe?'f
"Why, right dnr. Don't yon see'm?" ,
"5To; hit him wid de hoe!1' .
Joe hit the toad ,a crack, which
brought Peter to the ground.
"Oh you fool,' Joef Dat was my toe! I
seed it all de . time!". , , .
'; A Grace. Dr. Adam Clark,' who had
. a strong aversion to pork, was called upon
. to say grace at dinner, where, the princi-
pie dish.was roast pig. He is reported
to have Baid : "O Lord, if Thou canst
.. bless under the Gospel what Thou didst
,: onrse under the law, bless this pig.''
' B6L.Two men, strangers to each other,
.' got into a dispute, when one of them ex
claimed, threateningly: "I will let you
know, sir, that I am ilr. Ilodge." "Oh!
well, I am equal to several of you," said
the other, "for I am Mr.: Hodges."
, JKiylf, dull weather affects you, marry
a merry, warm-hearted girl, and make n
sunshine for..yourseI . Bacholors will
find this far superior to either billiards. or
. Burgundy, h Fact woman i Is a "con-
venience!" 1 -
1 An Irishman went to live in Scot-
for a short time, and didn't like the coun
try. . "I was sick all the time I was
. there," says he, "and if I had lived there
till this time I'd been dead u year ago."
Thk SocKDoi.ooErt, One of the illiterate
who "had a call to preach," recently set
his eongregat'on pa the broad grin, nt the
elone of a hammer-and-tongs sermon, by
reque8ungtaonito,'aingthe!sockaolnger.
tTen mills mako one cent Fede-
;vral Currency Tahlo. "
We know of several mllls"fiat' laven't
done anything of; the sort these ten
years. Hartford. Times.
" '.IA: man boasting in a company of
ladies that he had a very luxurious head
cf hair, a lady present remarked that it
was altogether owing to tho ;,mellownesH
of the soil. 1 ' ',!
? S"''Escuse me, madam, but I would
Jike to ask why you look at me so very
eely 7" "Oh, lez naTflon. sir I toot
m7 huBl3Rnd.',:v"(la(J I ain't".
sSAy'lCreditoTB," Bays Franklin, "hiive
bolter memories than dettora; and credit
n3cia ore A superstitious sect, great, observ
6tt jf eet days and time" -
.J'lL tf&fTdO World 1st a groat' tread mill,
whieh turns all the; whils, and leaven no
"boice iut to sink or to climlj.
v apvr1" hihmiiuu iiunuimu eiituiH. iu u
0 t-te II .I,aIIa k.alisaI 1. a. a .
, fHr,l loi-e.you Biill
BUSINESS CARDS.
WM: MOREHOUSE & CO.,
m imrinrarBR Ann craum in
I FURNITURE, CHAIRS, AND ALL
' kindi or Waitresses and Bedding, at the old
titnd. No. i:Kt Hveaniore-street, east Bide, between
K.uirtli und Flfth-auwls, seventh store above
Koiinli-atreet, Church Pews lined and cushioned.
All order promptly attrtideil to. ool-eni
w k a t ekn
Commercial College
HASl IIANfiliO ITS LOCATION
NIXON'S NEW BUILDING,
OPPOSITE TUB POSTOFFICE,
RICHARD NELSON, Principal.
B- Circulars, ttating terms, can be had on appll
cation. Fall and Winter Boots and Shoes.
JOHN H. DETERS,
No. S3 Went Fourth-street,
HAS NOW IN STORE A LARGE AND
complete Stock or Fall and Winter Boott and
Sheet, which for extent and variety it nut surpassed.
Hi work it tuperiorto auy kept in tbo city, and la
sold yorychcapjor cash. It'P21
IN. XZADlilX,
MERCHANT TAILOR, 20O WALNUT-STREET,
obovo Sixth, la receiving a
fresh etock of Cloths, Caslmrrs. Vesting! and
Hents' Furnishing Uoods. Hb haanngwd thoserv
tee of an experienced and artistic Cutter, whose
works will bear testsmony to hisskill. All garments
warranted to giro satisfaction. eep7am
"A. C. STULB,
ATLANTIC CABLE RESTAURANT AND
WINE AND LAGER BKKR SALOON, No.
,18 Western-row, Oinelnnatl, Ohio.
09 Mr bar Is at all time) supplied with choice
Llcinort and Cigars, aepfjm
ANDERSON A HANNAFORD.ArchHect,
Manchester Building,
' 8. W, corner Third nnd Syonmore stt.t
jyl CINCINNATI, C310.
Madison House,
- MAIN (STREET)
BBTWBKN FRONT AND 8H0OND, CINCINNATI.
F.T. C VillLL, Proprietor.
Jyltcm
Book Binding
TN ALL ITS BRANCHES, NO. 8 EAST
JL Fonrth-ttreot, between Main and Sycamore, Cin
cinnati
sMTBe-blndlng in every style;,
ly and durably bound.
r)yMm1
Mnalc Books neat
0. CBOPPSB.
D. DE FOREST,
Book Binder and Paper Ruler,
Third story Times Building, will do all work In hi
tine with neatuest and dispatch.
jy28-l
PULL AN fc WILLIAMSON,
(At the old stand of Fnllan, Hatfield A Brown,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
, Mo. SI WB3T SICJOND 8T.,
' ClUCWSATl.
issirn jullan, formerly of Pollan.Batneld a Brown
WIS . B. WILLIAMBOK. glia-AOW
THOS. H. WEASNEK,
- . DIALSBINALlCINDaor
BUILDING LUMBER, LATH,
, SHINGLES, STO BTO.,
31 Plum Street, Cinelonntl, Ohio.
- ' : j;28-cm
B. ZITTREDGE & CO.
134 MAIN STBBET, CINCINNATI, 0.
KtTREDGE & FOLSOM, .
SS St. Charles ttrett, New Orleans, Is,,
Importer of Ounsifc Sporting Apparntua,
AND DHAtigBS IN OPH PQWDBg.
LISEN-DEBT VIL, JAHKSTEBBJ
C1
LEANER8 OF SINKS AND' VAULTS,
Nn oo Hlxth-atreflt. between Vine and Race, ir
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons win
may fiwor us with their yntrunago, can rely on punc
tuality and low prices. gopl-ay
CARD &3 ST'lAIi
ENGRAVING,
14 WEST FOURTH STREET.
DOOB PLATES, OABD CASES, 8TATI0NKBT
etc., etc., etc
DENTAL CARDS.
0. BONSAM,.
B O N S A L L
' ' n; l. eaim
SMITH,
Si
DENTISTS.
118 West Sttxth
.' ! I CINCINNATI.
street, -
' 1 T ; aopl-cn.
J.TAFT,
' " (Sirccesaor to Knowlton 4 Taft.)
DENTIST,
No. 50 West Fourth St., bet. Wnlnnl ok Vint
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
BCp3t
t. L. BAHLBB.
( Dr. flAMLEN
B. B. SMITH.
& SMITH,
J3ESIM TltSTJS,
'No. 3 Wet Fourth 8t.
ITS
DS. 3. WAfiDLK,
El N" T 1ST
Office No. 133 West Fourth street,
UiNtllNNATI.OHIO
H.S.WIN SLOW,
DENTIST.
NO. 151 SyOAHOllK 8TKKET, BELOW FIFTB
iy-cm OiNCtNSAii"
MEDICAL CARDS.
medical;
DR: J. WILSON'S Office, 68 West Tourtb
ttreet, where he may be consulted daily for all
Female Complaints, Inflammation of the Cervix,
Prolapsus Cferoa, all displacements of tho Womb,
Spinal and Cerebral affections, 'and other organicdis
eueoe common to females. The Doctor's iong expe
rience and recent discovery in the treatment of the
above diseases, can not full to give entire satiKfaction.
The Doctor Is agent for a Kuropeau Kemale monthly
Fill; price j and tan etnmps. nnlfi-3m
DRS. B. EHRMAN & W. C. LEECH.
IIOMIUOPATQISTS.
orrion no.
Office honrs from
jycm 1
40 8KTENTH STREET,
A.M., 1 to 3, and 7 to 9, P.M.
R. 8. NEH TON, M. D.
Office, 80 West Seventh Street,
SBTWXBH VIMl ARB HOB.
806
dl E.' NEWTON. M. D.
Orncr No. 90 West Hevonth street, between Vine
and Baoe. Kbbidncb flo. u Btvenin tireet,
Walnut and Vine. Orrios Hooas 1H 'te
p. m.i m to awp. m.; i to a p. u. ,.
JEWELRY.
II. P. EL1A8
1 11 New Wholesale '
WATCII & JEWELRY HOUSE
16 West Foiirti Street. 1
Where can be hod ovory article appertaining to the
Business at a irnjoh less price, for CASH, tbaa
bat ever before been offered in this market.
. .GIVE US A CALL" -Ant
tee for yourselves. . tpH
WM. WHITAKER.
, . . JIWEIEH,
No. MX N. I. Oor. Fifth and Loditestreeti.betwet
Waluot and Vine, Ulncinuati.
A good assortmou t of SI I, V k It and PL AT ED W ABA,
BPKCTAOIjB, etc., kept constantly on hand.
B pedal attention given to Cleaning and Itepalrlnf
W atnhM and Jewelry. , . -y r . . '.. mytn
BEGGS HMltll, No. Vfext 4th Mt,
A RE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their largo Miortment or y, arches, Jewelry,
.... . 'n .
( RiUTftrwaroautt inamonitB,
I.
A Sue assortment o( PUtod Tea gels and Ontlery
and Opera Qlasees, lit
' " '
-ween
MISCELLANEOUS.
t. w,.1
MERCHANTS, ATTENTION.
WE ARB NW PREPARED TO DO.
on the ahortast notice, and In the latest and
most fatutonaMe etyle, all klnda of
Job Printing,
sucn Ait
BILLS OV LADING:
DRAY TIOKETB;
AI'CTION BILLS;
OHECKH;
BONDS;
DEEDS;
PROORAUMEU;
BILLS OF FABE;
LITTEtt HEADS;
ilOUTQAQKS;
U1EGULABH;
COUPONS;
P0LIC1XS;
POSTERS;
EAILEOAD
AND
STEAMBOAT WORK!,
IN flXI mi it MODKRATB PRIOKS.
FIIANCISCO & CALDWELL
Jy21
NOTICE.
, . - MAYOR'S OFFICE, 1'
. (JlNriNMAII, OCTOBBBI, I8M. ,-.
THE OWNERS OF DRAYS, EXPRESS
Wncont and Furniture Cars are lieieb? noti-,
fti-d tliatlheir RegUterof Lioerien for running the
nme expired August 1, Ir"'!'. and thnt all euch own
ers nre requiivd to have the same immediately re
newed at thit ofllce. r
'Also, the lironrletore of Omnibus lines nre notlQed
In renew their Register of Numbers, which expired
thin dnte, as per City Ordinance.
ociaw tt. m.
BI9H0P. Mayor,
Wt B. BODDS,
Pormerty ot Hall.Eoddt A Co,; lata Urban, Doddt A Oo.
W. B. Dodds & Co.,
' " . BUBUIAOITJBBSt OF B .
OONOR23TH
Fire and Burglar Proof
8. W, Corner of Vine A Second Streets.
This It the most reliable FIRE AND BPBGLA
PBUOF SAPS that is made in the United States, and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be told
tt lower pricot, and b of better workmanship than
can be fonnd elsewhere, . .
We have a lario assortment on hand, and are de
termined to sell at prices that cannot fall to please.
i . Old Sales
. ,i (.
Takes In exchange. SECOND-HAND BATES al
ways on hand at extremely low prices. HH
Gas fixtures,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
WE HAVE ON. .HAND THE LARSEST
variety and best selected assortment of Oaa
Fixtures In Cincinnati, consisting of all that is new
or desirable In the Gas Fixture line. 1 ''
We warrant every Flxtnre we sell to be equal, both
In material and flniah, to any that is sold In this ot
auy other market, and in addition will gnsranti
them to retain their color and remain perfect fc nvs
yearsfrom the time they are put up by us. .
Call, os, and examine naratock, ' !.
IHoUKNBT CARSON,
jyjlm 1 M Main street, near Fuorth
At the Old Established Stand,.- .
31 EAST FIFTH, BET. MAIN AND SYCAMORE,
I. HAVE A ' LARGE AND DESIRABLE
stock of Hoiisehola and Office Furniture, both,
new and second haud, consisting oT Gne heilsteads,
sofas and parlor chain, Brussels and Ingrain carpets,
oil-cloth, cutlery, i'tc. A flue assortment of coun
ters, shelving, office desks and stools, eto. Also,
stock of billiard tables, pianos, eitrn mntble-top
couoters'and tables on band and for eale low.
sop3"amt WM. CARTER, Proprlelor.
1 V HENRY DAVm,
TWO. 278 MAIN STREET, , BETWEEN
HI VTII AND HKVKNTH. Mannfacturer and
Impoi
rfnrnfHorins.Tei'flin.ervnnd Kancv Roods, baa
Jllst received, per einiiiur, iu.uicuiivjiiiiiiiiiihi.
t r
received, per eleamor.a lotof Porte Moiiblnos,
(.igarcases, limine. tuun, t writiuiery, xieui iu.r.
row nnd Kanrv Goods of nil dcarripthns: alio a com
Cases, linisnes. ton rer
Illeteastortinfajlt 01 linnuHen-uiei nxintcin, wnit'ii
le in prepared totell 'it a II go re Inworthan auy other
rtealerln theoify. AIo, mcelvod this day from New
York, a large lot. of Fund's liiue aiift Black Wrlllnf?
and llarkiug luks ft bich the subscriber will be ablo
to sell nt manufacturer's prices. Jobbers and re
tnllera will please call la nnd examine before pur.
chasing el'ewliere. - . :x v : , i -'
All kindsof Extracts at '
' 25 CENTS PER BOTfLE.,
Bememlier the place, ,
2T8 Maln-st, Bet. Sixtli aud SeveutlU
liepsl " ".;
1 - A I.ARGE ASSORTMENT OP.., v.
AGRICULTURAL BOOKS,
'I I .: "' 'LyoBRAlEBT ' ';
E. MENDENH ALL,
Athta new Store. 10 West Filth-
street.
: Pure Coal Oil
TUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE, AT
J One Dollar per gallon, by i - ' - - -
J. H. Di! WJIW, Grocer,
sepKars M7 Kast Front-street.
TSriLlIAM H. BALDWIN. ATTORNEY
T and Counsellor at law, (Jhase's Building
iunfumis.vViiMnv.Mjito -
. ;
i
a
a
SEWING MACHINES.
MDI),
"AGAIlVICTOUIOrS.
FIRST PREMIUM
Awarded at the '
PENNS1LVAXIA STATE FAIR!
WB INVITH AN EXAMINATION OF
those popular sBVVINU WACHIME!,
at our ,
NEV SALES-ROOM,
80 West Fourth-street,
GAZETTE BUILDING,
Oct
CINCINNATI.
REMOVAL.
WILTSEE BROTHERS,
DIALERS IN-
YpUNG'S
Improved Two-Threaded Lock-Stitch
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
95 80 and $35.
No.83rmU-lrcet,
WILL HE MOTE, OCTOBER 1, TO
No. O West Fourth-street,
Over Begs A Smith's.
KeAgenta wanted. Addreaa
WlLTtiBK BROTHERS, Aent,
ocl P. 0. Box 8,309, Cincinnati, 0.
$30. $30. $30. $30.
MOORE'S
Thirty-Dollar Double lock-Stitch
SECURED BY RECENT LETTERS TATENT.
THIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO
NOUNCED by all competent Judaea, who
have seen It, to be the best and most desirable Fam
ily Sflwlug Machine ever introduced, reaardleae
of price. It will tew all kinds of family goods,
from the very thickest to thovery finest fabrics made,
and nses all klnda of thread, from No. 8 to 200.
No oil la uted on top of theiHnehloo.
Bend for circular, or call and Bee It iu operation.
Upon early application, Stute and County Rights may
An energetlo person can make a fortune In A short
ume. Agonis wanieainHii uutuiu irriiuir.
H. C. Bl'RTMAN,
St le and exclusive agent for the United States,
epl4fp.it its West Fourtli-itrotit, Ci ncin nail.
SLQAT&COv
SEWING MACHINES,
CJTITCHINQ . THE SAME . ON BOTH
. aidea, leaving no ridge or chain, and impossible
to ravel. For speed, accuracy or ease of motion, the
Elliptic Machine is without a rival. . .
Clnclrjonti, Office 5'J West Fourtb street.
scp2fl
KEL.SE Y & CO.'S
SE'lINfirMlCUINES
"Office 30 West Fourth-street,
CINCINNATI.
w
E ASK OF A DISCRIMINATING
..I,I1m In Miirunlt nfn rnllnhlA Rnwlflir.Ma-
.l, .(.a .nB. -Ilrl MtMMflMn if ,1m mMritR nf
theaeMachim-s with all others in the market. Wo
court it, belntf sure It will rpsult in onr favor.
- D. W. HARRINGTON & CO.,
anSO ' Attente,
SINOEB'S SEWING MACHINES.
Pricei Reduced to SO, T5, WO and $1911.
"glnger'a New Vnuilly Hewing Mnnhlne,
Tk. MrirAnf whirh tnnntv Krdi. u Mcht and eteirant.
ly decorated Hachine, citpnhle of performing, in the
Oest aiyie, an tue sowing oi a priv.it, munir.
Singer Trnnsrveme Shuttle Mnehlne,
To be sold at 7 is Maclrino entirely now t n Its ar-
.-MnA.MAn. it id vnrv hAutirtil. Diovos raoidlv litid
very easily, and, for family nso and light mauiifac-
tnring purposes, is me very uwi huu u,ino,wn nil.
chine ever offered to the public , , , ;
Miacer'e tia, I Smudnrd Shuttle MarLlne,
Formerly told at 9m, bat now reduced to f 110, In
known all over the world,. Sivery tort of work can
be done with It. -
Singer's Mo. 'i Stnndnrd Shuttle Machine,
This Is the favorite mannfactnring Machlneevery.
where Price, with table complete, 1126.
sWBcnd for a Oironlar.
'JAMES 8K AR DON,
Agent for J. II. Singer A Co. ,
( ' No. 8 Knat Fourth street, -Jel4-t
, ' I ' CINCINNATI, OHIO,
FRONT - STREET FACTORY
AND-" , . .,
: LUMBER DEPOT,
No. lfj last Front Btroet, bet. Pike and Bntler-sf S,
Sout h-sile.
HAVINft FITTED UP THE PREMISES
with the moat Improved kind of inaohlnory, I
am prepared to furnish, at short notice, nil kinds of
liouee und Steamboat, Carpnuhir and Joiner's work.
Bash, Blinds, Doors, Frames and Moldings, of all
descriptions. Hieninboat Lumber, Weather-boanl-Bg.rihiuglefi.Hidlng,
Flooring, Ac, kept constantly
on band. Particular attention paid to planing, rip
ping and scroll sawing. Heavy framing lumber can
be planed anil trued 40 feet long, and 30 Inches wido.
Persons about to tinild, will find It to their advan
tage to glre me call. WM. JONES, .
an2!-bm - Proprietor
' Mayorfs Proclamation.
Mato'B OrncE, Citt of Cincinkati, I
i tjptemberJt,issf.
IN PURSUANCE OF A RESOLUTION
adopted by the Oily Council on the 7th Inst , no
tice la hereby given to theel ctors of tho city of Cin
cinnati, thai an election will be held on the lith day
of October next, (second Tuesday) for tho purpose of
electing two Magistrates to till the placos of P. II.
Rowekaun, E'l., and .David Fisher, whoso
twrm of office ejpircs on the 9th of Decemher, 1NW.
Tne 1'olls vtltl ueueiani tnepmcesoi iioiaingaratn
Electlonn, nhd opened botwoen tho hoars of 6 nnd 7
o'clock in the rooming, and closed at 0 o'clock in the
evening. ' .' , - , ', .
Viven tinner air uanu anu uie vorpuraiu
1 Bcal of said City, this 26th day of Sepiember,
i f law.
it. ju. motiur,
'y- top39-f
Mayor.
NOTICETOCflNTRlCTORS.
flTlIB irNDERSIONED ARE PREPARED
JL to deliver in Cincinnati, In any qantltles,
L15IBHTONB of the best quality, Jrom two Inches
to two feet thick. We have the
Ileiit liimestonc Quarries
In the West, nnd will make It to the interest of
r.r,l,. iinlnir Curb-atone. Fla-tone. Onss. Walk
aii'l(tntter-stone,Capnd Sill, )tor Table, Range
atone, JMonumont Hates. c, to correenoud with ns
and learn nut p"ces HouaMi,i'UKiiArstii
sep24l)W 1 tlreenflelil. Highland County, Ohio.
ntJoFIlVCT! ' R00FI10 !
THE "OUTCALT ELASTIC HE
TA I.LTfl ROOFING" is offered to the nubile
as the bott and ciieupeat metal uoor now utea, its
merits tested by an experb'nee of years in this city
and vicinity.' Applied to Hat or steep, old or new
building.. No solder used fattened securely with
out expusrire to the action of the elements. '
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part of
the Utiitetl States, can be applied by any one with
ordinary Biocbanjcal skill. Unlersjpiomptly filled.
" OALDW RLL A Clt,
)7l-tf ' ' IW Weal Hecond street
-J. Jt. BUTLER'S -
Excelsior Fluid Inks.,
..:.;.." .fix. .A ,r "n 1 .. I
... Manufctorr 89 Vine t.'. M
StIINE WINES. BRANDIES. Ac JOHN
av , BATES has on hand an extensive stock of fine
Sherry, Port
,rt. jladerla. Claret, Champagne and Car:
tnwbt Wines. Also, fins Brandies, Jamaica Ituio,
Holland Oin and other Liqunrswhkh liewarmnts
fine nnd of the best quality. Fur suit, National Tho
tw Building, Sycamuftj-itrett, . . t.plj
1 1
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INSURANCE.
BY
STATE AUTHORITY.
. ; , t.
tedatlng p.! projout local jnsurauce Companies and
riMirt eflTnnnsnea in Cincinnati in i -.i. nil-
Awnnfe. In the Insurance biieineHs m thisoitv. H'f
yearteom ant duty here.cninbinud with wealth, ex
perience, nhrjriee and liberality, enpeotiilly com
mend the JRTNA lnnurance Company to the favora
hij, MAtntti&in. nf thl. cnmmnnitv standine aolitatT
aud alone, tbe sole survivor and living pioneer ot
Cincinnati underwriters oi mi,
I.osaes paid In Clnrtnnni! during ynat Five
loom) 9ii),v,ii,
Cash Capital fBl.OOO.OOO.
I A HSlii rTR VND UNIM PAlKF.r.l WITH A
SURPLUS Of 91,030,423 SO.
A1)d tho prestige of 40 years sneers nnd experience.
IKTISTUBNTg OF
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
rrWARD! OK MI!C,UtKI,uui), i,nnisn
Have been paid by the Minn Insurance Company In
me pascsir t
tri.a ..J tninn.l Nnvlirailou. Risks accepted
at terms consistent with eolronoy and lair profits.
Kepeoisl attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
.n.l .otanl, for turrit. r,t 1 tn ft t.
Application miiue to any amy muuriw nnn"
riromptly atlenaea to. ny strict attention iu a ivk,,.
uutte Insurance business, this Company is enabled
to offer both Itidemnlly for the past aud seonrltyfor
the future. P Helen Issued without delay ny
JAB. U. v ,lri, asent, no. u uiuuium
A. F. PATC , Astlstant Agent.
II. K. LIND ET, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.J.HOUKR , Agent. Fnlton. 17th Ward, ant
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
Important Improvement!
WELLS' PATENT
FOLDING SPRING MATRESS
WBIOHS ONLT OS LBS! MAKUFAOT0BBD,
WHOLESALE AND BKT.VIL, BY
BEXNETf Si CO.,
JySl-arn Bycrtmore street. beloH f lflh.
"ILIEL'S ltTliIT. ' ; ;
flEESTPEEEEI
rilHE MOSTREMABIEFIRE AND
JU BURGLAR PROOF BAFES. They have given
more satisfaction tiinn any outer now in usb.
V aIW rnUHrd of ON K TIIOIIAAND DOT,-
I.AK8 to any person that can, np to the presont
time, shown single instance wherein they bare tailed
to preserve meir cnmenis. , .
With tlilsSAFU we challcntre all competition, a
twl,,o tl,n i,at Fire Proof. Burclar Proof, or Fir
and lurglar Proor now made; and are willing to
test with any establishment in the Union, aud the
party falling Drat, to forleit to th other, the sum
of $2,000.
Wo are prepared to fnrntsl) ft bettor Safe, and nt less
cost, than any other maunfacturor In the United
Second-hand Safes nf other makers, also on band.
' Worespectfully lnvltetne public to can ana exam
ine Our stOCK lie ore nurcimsniK i-ihuw neie..
" ft ALL, (lAltllOLL A CO.,
aital2-nvt -Nets: l nnd t7 Bn.t t-iolnmMa street'
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholic, and .
ALL PARS LY TBE STOBACH A EOWEXS.
, Made by CEO. fi, LIGHT, ..
,.. WHOLKSALS DRUQQier,' CINCINNATI.
FriK SAT.tr. R7 JOHN Tt. PARK. BU1RR. ECR-
BTINEt CO., and DrugKists generally. Order left
at Williamson & Uuntin, ho. 41 Walnut street
will be attended to. , , . auU-tuovl
GLASGOW AMIVNEW YORK
iSTEAMSHir COMPANY.
SriASl TO 0LABO0 w IVKHFOOL, BBLFA8T,
' - DUBLIN ANX LONDONDSAlil
, ,( . ... , JfOB 3. ;.
mow SBW toai.
01ntTOW,Th6niBon,Wednesdy, Aug. 24, at 12 noon
Kainoiirgii, vuuiuiiuj
m.ttnw. Thomson..
EdtnburalijCumniing..wennonay,juuei,
,1 I .. T-rt,.n.as,n . i . -. .1,1
EdluliurtlliCnmatlng ,, "
JulyJ7,
rhou suaboow.
Edlubiircht Cntnming...Haturly, May 7.
t-lnsgow, Tbomson...V'ednesday, July 27.
Edinburgh, Uninmlng... . " . July 2.
. Bates of Paasago from New York, Philadelphia
Boston, to Glasgow, Liverpool. Belfast, Dublin
Londonderry, first class, 873. Steerage, found with
an abundance of oroDorlr-cooked provisions, M,tu.
' All exporleuced Surgeou attached to each steamer.
no GU&rg-e lor aieuiuiiw.,
ITer TTrelfflttor PftHflftffn. Amlv to
ae27 KonKItT 0BA1O. 17 Uroadwar.
MUSTARD
A FTER MANY TEARS 01 PRACTICAL
JBm. experience in the art of Mustard-making, the
proprietors offer the above brand of Mnstard to the
public, guaranteeing It a strictly pure article, manu
factured from the best quality of seed, carefully sr.
Incteit with the desltn of nroduclnir a Mnstard HDPE-
BIOB IN KLAVOB AND PUNGENCY TO ANY
NOW IN CSI. We have no nesltntion In saying
that all lovert of good Mustard will find the 1. X.
to be that which tnoy so lrequentiy lull to ontatn,
MUSTARD THAT 19 MUSTARD.
artlrdera nromntlv flllod.
HARRISON & WILSON,
jell ' OS mill 101 Wnlnot-strcet,
MerreEBlackbeiry Anodyne.
fllHIS MEDICINE IS OFFERED TO THE
JL puhliensoneoftlietHut, lfuotthovetrbestmed.
Iciuethat hat ever been inveuted forDiARitiiKA, Dtr.
tvvinr. i;nnr.iRA invantcm. anil an otner aeranae-
mtnf tho Btomacli and Digestive Organs, which
amsopremlant and fatal in onr conntry corrects
tn d fsr ICO ccnailion oi um uner; Hiiinn nnrvuui
I liT ' s.snch as is earned- by Teething, givet
ti ban. Aealthy aotlon, toUebownlSjaud withal,
n:. aviii. io ras
Money ! Money! Money !
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
Heiniivertjiom a vei isixin-strect.
tm-ONEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW-
V H ... . . . . , ,. j , c u j i ...
XVJtrliltI nntl oil ailiu. ui minuiiiuinim, ni iu.
rates of interest, at no, i,t. 'tins-street, eiwaD
Fourtb and nun zh
- - Composition Roofing.
THff nnTetslgried'.tg 'pre to prt on
Composition Uoor of the best unality at shot!
notion.
Clflcein J a . urncei uarnage itopositorr, oor-
n- Thlr.1 .nrt VlnA
tW Hoofing material constantly on hand, and
a a. i riyr-Hnii - ni. crnun.
tt -n AWTJTJTJT T: Br fT
XX. VrJllIAA JLtAJAJAJ- Ub W.a
Hf ANtTFACTTJRERS OP BAR, SHEET
MM and Boiler Iron, Plow Blahs, Kallroa
vtr. a !, A rant, for the ante of 1 ronton St
Wareroom fit. is Bnt Htoond Street, Cincinnat
twr All kinds Tmn wails n order: " " "' IJjfl
J.T.DROWNE& CO.,
mf ANtrtfACTrjims of jewelry,
JLvJL pew wholesale estaMisliment, 97 West Third-
street, between Walnut and vine, (room No. 4,
etnlrs.) Cincinnati. Ksetoiy-st Providence, Ithodo
IsVtnd .New styles reoivea vtnexiy. .sepisarii-
FRANKMN TVPB AND STEREOTYPE
FOUHDBY, B. ALLISON, taperinUndent.-
PClBtlttl naswiou iait kiriu, it) yiat ntrpvt,
s
Mi mm vmmwn fw! 1
mi ilii
RAILROADS.
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton. RAILROAD
310UR DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THE
JL' Sixth-street Depot. - , i .
. Trains run thronnh to Tndlananolla. Lima. Ban.
dnskv and Cleveland without oh&nue of cart.
Throush Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North.
era ana nurm-wonern cities.
A. 1M. ISA.l'UKHH TUAIs ffjolumbns time.
which leseveu minutes faster than Cincinnati For
Cleveland and PltUlinrg, via Delaware, makes close
connection at Crestline for Pittsburg, Baltimore,
riiliaoeipnia ana maw turn; ana at uieveiana lor
m n: ... i ,i i , n . . . , .
Ravneand Chicago, 'reaching Toledo at 3:30. Detroit
at 6:00, and Chicago at 7:20 P. U., Quincr aud Galena
at 7 A. in. Also, at ifayinu wiiu ureeu.iiienuu jhihuii
Uoad, for Greenville, union, v tncnester ana Mun
cio. AIm, connects at Mlchraoud with Indiana Cen
tral Road, for liidlauapolls, Lafeyette, Chicago. Terre
Haute, St. Louis, and all Western cities. Also, at
Richmond with Cincinnati and Chicago Bead, for
Anderson. Kokomo and Peru. Also, counsels wltlt
Junction Kullroad at Hamilton for Oxford.
H A. IU. BIAIli TllAI-ror uayton, spnng
flflit .nrl gH,,ftikv t!nnnecis at Handuekv with
BTIC AAI K H for DKTROIT: at UBUANAforCOLUM-
BUS; atKorestwith PittsUrg, rortWayneaiidtUii-
caito Road, Kast and West; at Clyde with (). and To
ledo Koad for Cleveland and Buffalo, "Kilodo, Detroit
and ChicHgo. This train also connects at DKLA-
WAUE l
; with t
tbe 0., 0. A 0. Road for Cleveland and
points Kast; also connects at Hamilton with Juactkm
ailroad for Oxford.
4:ill P. M. TRAIN For Davton. Bnrlngfl,ld
and frjaudoeky Connects at Forest with Pittsburg,
Fort Wayne and Chicaijo Hoad, Bant and West: at
Clyde wit h C. and Toledo Koad for Cleveland ang But
falo, Toledo, Detroit and Chicago. Also, oonuocts at
Richmond fur Indianapolis, Terre Haute, Bt, Louis
ami Chicago. Also, connects with Junction Railroad
at Hamilton forOxford.
tt V. 9U THAI N tor wnyton, Troy, Plqna, Bid.
nev. Lima. Toledo. Detroit. Fort Wavno and Chi.
cagOjj-oaching Chicago at 8 A. II.
Br The 6 and t A. M. trains oonneot at Cleveland
with steatnors for Butlalo.
b- r. . i. ,. i..r.. - ..... mA n,tnt,A.. .Mi...,,.
cu, .uiviini .u.vi mawuu bud a iv.oh, .,11, .1. i ,1.
Tlckot oiBcet north-east corner Front and Broad
way; No, 169 Walnut-street, near Uibsoii Mouse; at
tbe new Ticket (Juice, on the west tldo cf Vine-street
between PostofBce and Ku met llouso; nt the Walua?
Street llouso, or at the Bis th street Depot,
auio u. aim. ant, a. Bupenntenqent.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Dailv.
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
Vlrat T.aln Nn I RiMdii.ntfi A M rnrinn... vltt
UolumbasandCfeveland.v it ('olnmbus, Crestline und
Pittsburgh, via Colnmbui, dtenbenvllle and Pitts
bnrgh, DetroitviaCleveiaudaudsteamer. This Train
stops, botweon Cincinnati and Columbus, at Love,
land, Deerfiold, morrow. Xonia, Cedarvlllo, South
Charleston, London aud west Jefferson.
Second Train- No. 2 Express, at 8:30 A.M., oonnects
via Colamhus, Bellair and Denwood; Wheeling; via
Oolumboa, Htetibenvllleand Pittsburg: via Columbus,
Oestline and Pittsburg: via Columbus aud Cleve.
land; Detroit, via Cleveland and steamer: W bite tint.
rhur Station, via Springfield. This Train stops ho
ween Cincinnati and Columbus, at PlaluvlUe, Mil-
ford, mlamivtlle, Loveiana, jeeraold, morrow, tor
win. Spring Valley, Xenia and London.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:10 P. M., for
ColumbuBaudBpringneld.
fourth Train xtiitut ,ipre(S,st 11:30 A', ot.; coa
nects viaColumbns, Bellair and Ben woo ); Wheeiir.gj
via Columbus, Btenbenville and Pittsburg; via Co
lnmhas, Crestlluo and Pitlsburg: via Columbus and
Cleveland. This train stops at Loveland, Morrow,
Corwin, Xenla and London. BLERP1N0 OAKS Ca
TBIU TRAIN.
No. 1 Express, throngb to Cleveland without changs
of cart. - -
No. 3 JGxpreas.throngh to Wheellngwllhost ebanne
of cars.
The NIGHT EXPRKSB Iraln leaving Cincinnati
at 11:30 P. M., nint dally, except SATDltDATB. The
other Trains run dully, exuvptSUNDA 8,
t or an iniormanoii, ana inrougn tickom to uos
ton, New York, Fhiludelnhia, Baltimore, WaahiiiR
ton. Bnffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
riiiaourg, wneetiug. sua an mo Atisiern pinccst
at tne unices, walnut street House, Ko. I bur-
net House, south east coruor ol Broadway and Front
streets, aud at the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which is soven min
utes faster than Cincinnati time. .
' J. uu KAni), nrp t.
Omnibuses callforBaasunaera hv leavlutr dlroction
nt tbe Ticket unices. , - . . . , . myS7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE NORTHWEST,
VIA
VIA INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Only (Me Urmngr oj tart oefoeen Cvutnnuft
' '" ' anil Chicago.' . ,' '
Three PasicnfforTrainsleaveClnolhnatldallr. from
thoftmtof Mill and Front streets.
b:M A. m. Chicago mall arrtres at Indianapolis at
10:30 A.M.; Chicago at 7:25 r.M..Tbie train con
nectH with nil niflht traiiia on t of Chicago. . for tha
Westaud North-west.
12:00 H. Torre Haute and Lnyrayotte Accommoda
tion arrives ttt Iniiiannnolis. nt .1:10 P. M.. making
direct connections nt Iudi mnpolis with Terre llnnte
Trains auu inuiunapoits auu miayouo trutns Mr
Decntur, Bprlngtleld, Naples, Cnlncy, Uannlbiil and
St. Joseph; also with Porn trains for Peru, Ft. Way ua
and Toledo. - - .
:(io P.m. Chicago Express arrives antsniatiapolls
nt ur.M V. hi.: tlhlcuso at 7:0 A.M. Miikinn close
connections ut Chicago with ail morning tiuiiiH out
of Chlnaw. Tuts train connects at Inrilnuapolls
ith Torre Haute trains fur all rointt West and.
Northwest
Bleenlnncart art attached to all the night trains
on this line, and run thtough to Chicago without
change of cars.
X Ilie u &uiii.l.vi7 a nnrad snu uvitu'Hnaiiiiii
route, and with ftiverable and relinhlo arrangements
with all connecting roads tluoiighout tlie entire
West, ffuarantees unusual care una the amDlust so
oommodntions to the nations ol this line.
sjttr m sure you ore in tne rigut tt. Kot otiice Deiore
yon purchase your tickets, nud auk for tiokets via
Lawrenceburg and lndianapolU i.m
Fare the same at by. any other route. : Baggage
checked through. i
. TH ItOliOH T1CKXT8, good until used, can be ob
tained at the tlckot offices, at Spencer House Corner,
nortn-east corner Hruauway aua trout; io. t unr
net House Corner; at the WalBut-ttn-et House, and
at Denot office, foot of 1)111. on Front street, where
all necessary Information may be had.
Omnlbustes rnn to and from oaoh train, and w
ball for passengers at all hotels and all parts ot tha
eity, b) leaving address at cithei offlce. '
V TV.' It. Xi. ni'DuE.,
mylO ' ' Qeneral Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
L.
.
is
0-TAn,t TTi-poucrli Route far
IJiriANAPOLlB,
TKBBH HAUTE,
01. AiUUtS.
LAJAYBm, ,
' CHICAGO,
, TjOOANBPOBT,
.'' ' PEBD,
" ' FORT WATN.
i TWO DAIIYTHB0U8HTB4IN8 leave Sixth street
linpnt, at s A. ni. anu :w r. m,
A. M. INDIANAPOLIS. ST. L0TJ18 ft OHICA.
00 FAST BXPKKSS. Through direct, making close
connections for all other Western and North-western
points. Thit Train alto conneolsat Birhraond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Boails.for Anderson, Koko.
mo, Logansport, ana an points on n aoasQ valley
Lie.il loud,
t sn T.- M. INDIANAPOLIS. DHICAGO A BT.
LOUIS MQHT KXPUB8S. The above 'trains make
W.
.in..nAnnu,iiAn. , l..t(,bli. T.Br-.,,..H...tu.i
ipoll", Liaiariitteaiiil Ulil
Uoute, Bprinvtleld, Hock
iMnni A. Mnriineinn. diiiwbukm. miiirtuu. nnn M.
Galena, Qninoy, Prairie dnv Chlen, Pane, PeorlvJt
linnieitn.ltacine, uecator, jioen.iogioii, jouet, A,-
Balle.St. Paul, and all tuwntandcltiei Id the North
attTThronih Tlcliett given and Baioage ohecked
tbrough. . - '. . . a. .
r or nirtner imormation ana Tnrcmgn rtocets, np.
ly to Ticket Offices, north-enstoornerot Front and
proauwari civ. inv ttiuuik aircet, amms auurni, n.
touth-eaat corner of Fourth and. Vina street, or nt
the Sixth-street Depot. . ..
.1 .:.'.' D. M. jlOBKOW,, 'nnj. fltondent.
umninnssi win can tor pnsseng i.r ii,viiig ttiuir
names at either of the Ticket Oft ,
. 1M :'. , u. W. DJ . If. Alilllt.
a
tor
)
up
OAND Y 1 . CANDY
33c. zsr. ozj.mxs.,
(Bttcceuor to HrtnAOo,) ; J
Manufacturers and VVnoIeralejpealari
.'..':."i ' ! -IH-.
r FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
10 MAIN STREET,' CIWCtWWATI
, .. - '- mylT
mt. sawi, iLsm,i: ,
ESPEfJIAXLY TREATS DISEASES OF
TBI SKIN, BnKCMAT.8II, DISKABICS OF
WOStKN, and snch Chronic -oo'raplalntl at niny lis
benefitted by the llygyoulo ,.jd Atmcpathle lyetem
of hit office. ,.,."..,'',., ., ,
VaporSnlimnr, Indlns,' ArtentcXDInrcury, Tur
kish, Russian hnd" Electro-Chemlco) . Bitlhs, a Hit
pensaryof Modloint, and every mauner of Eloclrlo
aHdMagrietloApparntnt.r - !n.tK t
.i!" t ,f. NO. T WRHT gTXTTT.gTlltltT' V
WtjlifcurtBA.ll.tP.M.1,f.r ul
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