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IX OENTS WILL PAY FOR THE
MNNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
THE AMERICAN AUTUMN.
BY FANNY REMBLE.
Tlion conUsi hpt in sober gn'lse,' ' ; ' ' -. '
In mellow cloak of russet clntlf-' ,
Thing are no melancholy skin. " ' , .
.Nor htwlees flowers, pule Hud soil; ' ,
But, IIKeiin emperor, triumphing,
WltU gorgeous robes of Tyrian dyes,
Fall Hush of fragrant blossoming, , . '
And flowing purple canopies. '
How call yo this the season's tall, 1
That-seenis tnn pageant of she year',-
The nomri that tmrtnff and nnmmer wear.
oil toll me western light oi day
On rack, and stream, and winding snore!
Bolt, woody pinks and granite gray,
With sinker clouds are cnrtnlned o'i
me wide, clear watais sleeping lie
Benmirti the evening's wings of gold,
Aua mrtnoir giaisy Dreast tno say
.AndMnltatheir mingled hues unfold.
In Htrewti fcHea kwvos, that U
The sloping atiu, with arrows hright,
Pierces the forst's waving inane:
The universe seems wrapt In light,
Ami round thy throne the smiling hours
A thousand frngrant ttlhutea bring,
BY FANNY REMBLE. The Men Monkeys of Malacca.
A coitondeni of thd l5oS(pn Traveller
writes from Shanghai an interesting ftc-
a barbarous peppio wfio intiriwCho' iritc-'
,.e M.i..rfi wiHiiU 4.-aUw ;' .1 i
features arS'nniiKe those" of the' Malays
proper, of "whoifi tliey'ttve also' politieafly
independent?.' '"They Have no history, haw
in beeri tourid"by the early I'ortngueso
voyagers ih;thr' country in'' which they
still" reside They are. called the. ' Orangr
Hennnr, or 'iinon of .Hie i' groat "country;"
the Oi'j)i,,',6r,',int!a',,6the- high'1
mors ;",.4hB-,Qrang-IIutans, oi.'-'inea of
tlio forests;"; the Pra'rw-.Semang, or "blaok,
men;" the Jukoons and Kaiats. Oran is
tl.o iraltfoTd-fdand rtan or.
Hutting, for fyres ence. the word . so .
t-ommoi with us, ourang-outane, or wild
men, if men they may be calleif .yuen
common opinion has assigned them a
rank hardly above Jliofckfjs' HioVUboons.
They generally live in houses built of
liamboa,aeiH4 aldisiispended to the tops
of lofty trees, to which they ascend by
rude laddbisJ batons, ' 8uspomlTd
to the tree tops, aro so nuiow that a
Granger cannot bo admitted- without an
noyance io a noinuetJOt io tamyT, or
" RscTusWh; for" ones must go aown
nis . --v one comes up. Others who
r B w. i"" these OTial abodes
have no taste io. .,j .
nests, not for birdsff
atruct huts raised tw or tlm,J
thd irrouni.l'flie Ast .'BforrsBervvJ $v
fodging, where they eat and sleep, by tu1.0
tiido of a Are ah-nttskept brightly barninfo
:ii order to frighten' away the tigers ana
other witftib!strich fill thojQ.rests.-i
In the second story tuey put tueir arms
for safety, tb.diT provio,nay and. .kitchen
utensils, all cf which are comprised" in
rikes, ev'tntB,j;itt arie octyq grea
They'istt Vhatore conies to.bp.nd,, w
wild betirspe's and birds, which last arc
taken either in snares or shot by arrows,
nnd the roots and tubers which the earth
produces in abundance. rIf they plant
vice, it is'onry'enbugti to meet their abso
lute wnts,,, Instead of .regular labor,
they prefer the fatiguing adventures of
th o chase, and running among the woods.
Their cuisine is of tlie lowest ordor, their
lavorito . dish being slices of meat half
cooked,, and still reoking with blood.
Their weddings are preceded by a most
singuliuv.aiwL ludicrous ceremony. An
old man presents the future husband and
wife to a large assemblage of invited
guests, whom its' conducts, followed by
their respective familes, into a grand
circle, around which the young lady, the ,
bride, sets out running ripon all fours, and
the young man who is the bridegroom in
the same style after her.- If he succeeds
in overtaking her she becomes his wife ;
if not hf forfeits all hjs rights, and f'love's
labor is lost." j This often happens when
the bridegroom fails of pleasing the young
lady, who endeavors to escape from the
embraces of a distasteful or odious hus
band by beating hira in this queer trot
Upon the death of one of their number
they wrap his body in a white winding
sheet, ahd then deposit it in a grave dug
near his hut, sometimes in an erect
position. : sometimes sitting, and some
times lying down. They are careful to
put a lance at his side, a "parang" and a
"sumpitan," their instruments of hunting
and of war, but never use any religious
ceremony'., Still, these weapons placed
by the side of the corpse indicate a shad
owy belief in a future existence. .
Their religion is a confused inaBH of tho
grossest superstitions, nronaeated bv the
payans,' a kind of priest, who nre half
physicians- and ..hail jugglers. 1 heir
magical science is in great esteem with
the Malays. The singular kind of lifo
they lead, the peculiarity of their costume
ana the long intervals of their nppearanc e
among the people, secure for them a cer
tain prestige and respect . Seen from
afar, and' through a mystcrions veil, they
rtasa for be inns endowed with snnerhu-
man power,, to, whoia tjhe plants and roots
of the forest have revealed thoir most se
cret virtues, in a word, they are believed
to hold in their hands the power of con
ferring health or jnfHotirjg death. ' In ac
cordance witn this belief, the .Malays are
careful not to provoke their ill-will.
Naturally, the .Takoons aro of an open
and ffcaaufrui disposition and withal in
clineoV to gaiety! oTethe appearance of
timidity they join the independence of a
life without control, spent in the midst of
thick forests and everlasting verdure. Ko
Hpectfnf'withontboing servile, in tonver
tuition they use an abrupt and violent tone
of voft(fH jstttpglyiContraste with
their habitual gcndcnessland modesty.
They love strong liquors and get intoxi
cated whenever they have an oppor
tunity. Ha hot ' vt' r-;
It is honorable to the zeal of the Cath
olic priosk, hot thev have n missionary,
who notwithstanding the low rank of
theso people an tho Bciilo of humanity, tho
wide territory over which thev aro scat-
terd, and the thick forests which it is ne
cessary to penetrate toTrcftch them, and
the absence of all roads, while ferocious
wild beasts axe thjc at evenvstep is la
boring among theifu, and makes his liome
with thonj.. i j . j, . i
Siioh'nf8M5"rWopJd-in. whom origin-
ntcd the idea and. th e stories about the ou-
rang outnng "iii fain bD the forests."
ri .1 fi H" W 1 " I '.' I ' !
fWhen is the list felshood of eon-
lrm4dM. iTien he "lic" at
the point of death.
The followinir nnocJoto is told of a dis
tinguished lawyer of .Massachusetts, who,
lint a fewyei'rs nga'went "the way of mil
flesh." iU had been engaged in a certain
case in Eoxbury, wherein ho believed the
jury had dona injustice to his client De
claiming ogainjst tho verdict, ho said: .
'The whole of thoiu might have been
biibed for a pok of beans!"
"What, is thiU?" said the iudco. "J "You
dishonor yourself and tho court, as well
09 tho jury, by tmch an impeachment."
1 "I mean no disrespect to the court, your
honor, and as for myself " ,
. "You will see the propriety, I hope of ve
tractinu tho words.71 ; . . f ,.
' . '".With all due daforenoe to your honor I
can not see the propriety of unsaying what
1Q Vt UVi - '
: ' "Do you intend, to aggravate tho offense
by repeating it? Let ine tell you, sir, this
is not to be Buffered, and unless you retraot
kffrtb.witb, we shall deem it necessary to
StriKO you irum tiiv iviia vi luo uuuiv.
"'Well, since tha court insists upon it, I
suppose I can do no less than retraot."
"And in very amply terms, too." . , , .
11 'Certainly, your honor; and on Becond
thought I do it with great pleasure. I am
convinced now, that I wronged the jury
in saying they could bo bribed for a lioek
of beans ; and thus oponly and publicly,
-1 Wtfact the assertion. I hope the jury
ana court are satisfied."
They expressodthcmselves in the affirm
ative, whon.the lawyer rejoined :
' " "But) niay it please the court and jury,
li ad I said half a bushel instead of a pock,
I would have beon hung beforo I would
, 1 A western paper contains the fol
lowing advertisement- "Wants n situation,
a printer, wnq is competent to tafe charge
of any department in a printing orpublish-ing-house.
, Would accept a professorship
in any of tho academies. Has no objection
to. teaching' ornamental painting or pen
manslup, geometry, trigonometry and
many other sciences.- Is particularly
suited to act as pastor to a small cvangeli
cial cnurch, or as a local preacher. II e
would have no obicction to form a small
Ttut scloot class of interesting young la
dies to instruct in trie ingncr urancn.es.
To a dentist, or chiropodist, he would be
invaluable,' os lie can do almost anything.
Would board with a family, if doeidedly
pious. For further particulars inrpiiro of
t'ol. Buffalo, at Brown's Saloon."
. fgflid person is bent on quarreling
with vou, leave the whole of it to him, and
4ho will soon become woary of tho unen-o-ouraged
AKJT NOf PREPARED TO D0
the sho.'r" "'.""i1" ht' t RUi
.naWst-. umamwi ,
iVi ... '.
BILL 0F liABtlit;
BliLS or FARE)
lit rice srrb at Meeniu'rs i-biks.
FRANCISCO & CALDWELL,
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1 .,- MAVOB'S OFFICE, 1
"" '' CntCtHHATI, OCTOBIEl, IBM. J
THB OWNERS OF DRAYS, BXPRESS
Wagons and Ftirnitnro Cars an hereby noti
fied thatlheir Begiiterof License for running the
snroeeiplrei Augnit 1, 1HV), and that nil such own
ers are required to have the same imisedlatoly re
newel at mis omce.
Also, the nronrtetors of Omnibus linos are nollfled
to renew tueir negnur nt numi
this date, as per City Ordinance.
iiter nf Numlxrs, which expired
B. U. BISHOP. Mayor.
bust.:; ess cards.
WM. MOREHOUSE & , CO.,
( -MANCriCTL-aERS AND DEAIEB8 IN '.1
kinds of Mattresses and Bedding, at the old
at and. No. I.'lo 8ycamoro.strt, east aido, bvtween
Jmrth and Fiftli-mrwits, seventh store Hbore
'ourtli-iwt. Church l'owa lined and cushioned.
All orders promptly attended to. . ., . ool cui
"'.V.' HAS CHANGED ITS LOCATION
NIXON'S NEW BUILDINO,
';' OPPOSItK.'XHE: POSXOFriOB,;, I,
BICIIARD KELSOiV, PrincIpaJ.
" Circulars, sMing terms, an be tad on appll.
f - ,i. ... - ...I i, ... MpMf .
AARON SHAW WOULD BEft 1EAVE TO
Inform hia frlenJ and tho public- generally,
(hat he has aasoolatcd with him as partner, Mr. C.
D. Johniinn, of the late (Inn of Johnston, Header ft
0o., and Mr. John Lyforl. The bnalncsa will here,
after ho conducted under the tlrin name of Shaw,
Johnston Co., t the old stand . .;
- No. W EAST FOt'ItTH-STRKET.
With Inereaaed faollltlos and additional einerfnnce
we hops to merit lot only a continuance of the patron
age so lliirrally bestowed heretofore, lint to offer in-
uuceineni!, notu to me wnoiossie ana reiaii iraue,
not to oe oxecneu oy any noma in me ouy. , ..
MERCHANT TAILOR, 260 WAL.
NUT-STREKT. bdoto Sixth. Is reoeWIm a
fresh stock of Uloths, Caasimeres, Vesting! and
(Jams' Fnrnishing Goods. Ho hns engaged tha sorr
ivtn of an oxporlenced and artitlo Cutter, whose
works will bear testsmony to bis skill. All garments
warranted to give aatlalaction. sop7ara
ANDERSON & HANNAFORD,Arcklteet,
Manchester Building, .
8. W. corner Third nnd Syoniuere at., ' ,
Jjl CINCINNATI. Oglgj.
Madisb n Housel
MAIN STIlEETi ;
BBTWBKN tROST AND BECOND, CntOIUKATI.
F. P. CAUILL, Proprietor,
lyllcm i i
IN At! ITS BRANCHES, NO. 8 EAST
. Fourth-street, between Main and Sycamore, Obi.
cinnati. : i
M-Ro-blndlng In every style. Mnsio Booka nent
ly and durably bound. V. UliUFfJCS.
' -. Jiy29-6m1 ' . .. ,
D. DE FOREST,
Book Hinder aud Paper Ruler,
Third story TimeB Building, will do all work In hi
line with neatnosaaud dispatch. jy?.l
PUttAN & WILLIAMSON,
(At tho old stand of V'Aan, Halflold Brown,)
K. f'j WBHT 8E0OHD ST., ,
jocsrn rutwm, formoily ot Pdlan, natfleld Brow
TF.OS. II. WEASNER,
DEALI3IN ALLKrSDSOr .. - .
BUILDING LUMBER, I A.T?,
8U1NCH.ES, ETC., ETC,'
3TI Plntn Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
MB. KITTREDGE & CO.
13 MAIS STKEBT. CINCINNATI, 0.
.. t hF.0wLo8,?9V l...
Importers of Gud- 4j gVOrtln Apparatus,
AND DEJ,Klig jK ojjK P0WDSB.
1j. BYL. & CO.,
f jPANERS OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. 99 Sixth-street, between Vino and BacO, hi
M(llcal College, Oluotnnatl, Ohio, Persona who
.y taror ns with their patronage, can rely on nnno-
tuaUty amUow prices. sepf-ay
14 WEST FOURTH STREET.
UOOB 1LAT3, CABD CASES, STATIOWEUI,
etc, ' eto eto. i
B. A. BMIT8
" UH Went Six tb. street,
, '" - CIKOISSATI. . '..tttKaP
... (Bncoaaior to Knowlton Taft.)
No. 30 West Fourth St., bet. Walnut 6V Vln
I. h. HAIILKS. H. . SHini.
Drs. 1IAMLEN & SMITH.
Ho, 3 West Fourth Bt.
JD 13 N
Offifl No. 138 M'oat Fourth street,
H . S . W I N S L O W ,
NO. 151 SYCAUOBE STREET, BELOW FIFTH
lyM-cm 1 OtwomwATt.
DR. J. WILSON'S Office, 58 West Fourth
streot, where he may be consorted daiiy for all
Female Complaints, Inflammation of the Cni-vix,
Prolapsus t' terra, all displacements of tho Woteb,
Epinal and Cerebral affection, and other organic dis
eases common to females. The Doctor's long expe
rience and recent discovery in tho treatment of the
above diseases, can not fail to giro entire satisfaction.
The Doctor is agent for a European Female monthly
Till, price 31 anil two stamps. anl6-3m
MS. B. EHRMAN & W. C. LEECH.
0 Wee hours from
40 SEVENTH STREET.
, A. to 3, ana 7 to 9, P.M.
R, S. NEWTON, Ms D.
Office, 80 West Seventh . Street,
iirvm VIHS AHD IACI.
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Orricu-Ke. 90 West Seventh' stroot, between Vine
and liacs. BsstniKcn No. 63 Herenth. street, bt
ween Walnut and Vine. Orricu Hocul 7X to
II. P. lililAS'
New Wholesale . !
16 West rourth Street.
Where can be had erery article appertaining to the
Btulness at a much less price, for CASH, than
has over before been offered in this market. - :
GIVE US A CALL) ' ! :
And aae for yonnelTea. VU
J EWKIiEtt, . , .. . ...
Vo.MH N. K. Uor. Fifth and Lodge streets, be I wee
Walnut and Vine. Cincinnati.
A good ivirtmontnf alLVKKand PI.ATKD WABJU
SPEOTACLH, etc., kept constantly on hand.
Special attontlon given to Cleaning aud Benairiuf
.1 nicnr. nun jnwpiry. ... niyin
BEGG8 SMITH, No. 6 West 4tlt U
ARB NOW RKCEIVINO ADDITIONS TO
their large amortinent of .Watches, Jewolry,
i311VeiWlV BUU UlUUVUtlfli
:. .. . AUIO " , ' .. ' , '
1 A fins ammrtnent of Plated Tea rWs and Cutlery
and Ooera Olaaaas. fH
'.tTAM DISNEY. ATTORNEY
AT LAW, fliess Bsltdinns, So. t East Third."
-r--,- r., -n-
t a wVv . wtrn -bv rn m A 'v r
' - y FIRST PREMIUM
i (. i Awarded at the
PENNSYLVANIA STATE FAIR!
"'1 1 ' o'( -1.1--V
imra INTITH AN examination of
these popular 8EWINU AIAGiINE9
at our t i . . - -1 .
80 Wept Fourth-street,
. .' CINCINNATI.
! .J il -; ,i; I. -.''.
WILTS EE BROTHERS,
'DiAixBs !-'' '';.;'?: - ." ,
Improved Two-Threaded Lock-Stitch
5, $30 and 8B35. ..
NO. Bt Flftri-Blreet,
WILL REMOVfl, OCTOBER 1, TO
No. 6 West Fourth-street,
' ' ''" -Over Beggs Smith's. ,
Agonbi wanted. Address ,.:;; 'I ',
WILT9KE BUOTHBUH, Agents,
. ' P. O. Box 2,8oe, Cincinnati, 0.
$30.""'"- 9 30. i-80.:" ' $30.
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitch
SECURED BY RECENT LETTERS PATENT. '
THIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO
NODNCED by all competent Jildgeg, who
have seen it, to be the best and most desirable Fam
ily sewing Machioe ever introduced, rccardleas
OI price. It will sew all kinds of family goods,
rrom the very thickest to the very fmestfabrlcs niailo,
and uses all kinds of thread, from No. g to 2U0. : ,
No oil la a.fld an lonnf tin, llnnhlnu.
Send for a vircnlMr. ar rmII and sua it. In nri-tlivi
Upon early application, State and County Bights may
beseenred. ., .... , ..,
Anenergetio person can make a fortune in a short
time. Agents wanted iu all unsold territory.
n,i i t t - -H. J. BIJ11TMAN,
8c le and exclusive scent for th ll.,u,l
eepMfmt - iW Wist Foiirtb-atreot. Cincinnati.
Sjtitchinq the same on both
sides, leaving no ridge or chain, and impoesibls
to ravel.' For speed, accurasy or ease of motion, the
Elliptic Machine is without a rival. . ; ' .
Cincinnati, OfBoe Sit West Fourth street.
scp28 ,t:i .' .
KEL.SEY & CO.'S
Offlce30 West Fourth-street,
WE ASK OF A DISCRIMINATING
tmhlin. in nnrnlf nf. m,ltuhl Hnwl.,ff1H-
chine, the most rigid comparison of tha merits of
these Machines with nil others In the market. We
court it, being sure it will result In our favor. -
D. W. HARRINGTON & CO., ;
n30 ' Asent.
SINSEB'S, SEWING, MACHINES.
Vic foduoed to $50, T5, illOami135.
Singer's New Family Sewing Mnohlne.
The price of which is only (SO, Is alight and elegant
ly decorated Machine, capable of performing, in the
best style, all the sewing of a private family.
Sinter's Transverse Shuttle Machine,
To be sold at 975, is a Machine entirely new in Its ar
rangement; it is very beantifnl, moves rapidly and
very easily, and, for family use and light manufac
turing nurnoses. is the very best and cheapest Ma
chine ever offered to the public . ,
Nlnger's No. 1 Standard Shuttle Itlnchlne,'
Formorlv sold at SISn. but now reduced to (110. Is
known all over the world. Every sort of work can
be done with it.
Singer' No. 3 Standard Shuttle Machine,
This la the favorite manufacturing Machine every.
whore Price, with table complete, 1J6.
ar Bond for a Circular.
Agent for J. M. Singer A Co.
Mo. 8 Enxt Fourth street,
Jell-t ! CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Wi B. SODDS,
formerly of Hall.Dodda A Co.; late Urban JJoddj A do.
W. B. Dodds & Co.,
- HAJrOTAOTOBgaS OF TBI
Fire and Burglar Proof
8. w. Coruer of Vine 5 Second Streets.
This Is the most reliable FIRE AND BURflT.A '
PROOF SAFB that is made In tho United States, and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and la of tottor workmanship than
oan be found elsewhere.
We hare a large assortment on hand, and aro de
termined to seU at prices that cannot fail to please.
Taken In exchange. SECOND-MAUD BAFIS al
ways on nanu at exiremeiy low prices. 97H
AT REDUCED PRICES.
WE HAVE ON BAND THB LARGEST
variety and best selected assortment of Gas
Fixtures in Cincinnati. cnnnlsltnGriafi.lt th.tt. hm
or desirable in the Qaa Fixture line.
. V e warrant every n uttore wo sou to be equal, both
In matorial and finish, to any that is sold in this o
any other market, and In addition will guaranty
them to retain their color and remain perfect for Ove
years from the time thoyaroput up by ns.
Call, see, and examine cm-stock,
Mo II EN KIT A CARSON.
lygl-cm " Main street, near fonrth
, A I.ARGE ASSORTMENT OP'
FOB BALI BT
" E. MENDENHALL,-
Atliln new Store, IO West Fifth-street,
THE OUTCAST EtASTIC ME
TALLIC ROOFING" Is offered to the publio
as the best and cheapest Metal Roof now used, its
merits tested by an experience of years in this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
buildings. HO solder used -fastened securely with
out eiposiire to the aotlon of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part of
the United States, can be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
.... . , , CALDWETiL A CO,
, tylS-tf . ,' 133 West Socond street
J. J. BUTLER'S
Excelsior Fluid ' Inks.
I MannWlorv. SO Vine Rt. 84
"E1INB WINES, BRANDIES, ic-JOHN
? IIATRShes on hand an extensive stock of fine
Blierry, , IMrt, Maderia, Clnret, Champagne and Ca
tawba Wines. Alee, Jie Brandiss, Jamaica Hum,
Holland Gin and other Lienors, which be warrnnts
flue ami of the best quality. For sals, National Thea
ter Building, Syeamore-atrset. sep!2
BY &T ATE A U T HO R IT T.
Incorporated 1819? Charter Pereetnal
tsdatiiig all present local Insurnnce Companies and
ii " i V "inoinnati in 1 aa
tu tlie Insurauro biilnees In this city. 3.1
rv.iouo,hii,rpri(Hi ami ito.-r.jiiy, especially com
mend tlie ATNA Insurance i; mpsny lothefnvorn-
im puimosse oi tnis ooninniK sianaitig solitary
aim alone, the sole survivor 'n I llring pioneer of
uuiciunad nnuerwritcrs oi A3").
Losses rnidfn Clnclnnnil ibirl'g post Five
Venm, I5t,0,4 fr. . . ,
ABSOr,tTTH! Nti tINIMPATTiHIl I U ITU A '
SURPLUS OP l,03(t,m:l 6(l.;
And the prestige of 10 years success and esp orience.
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities;
UPWARDS Or? KIOOO.OOO, I.OSHKS '
Have been paid by tho ifttnw insurance Company in
. tho past 40 years.
' Fire nilHYnlnnfl Nnvldrrtllnn .Ttlfllr. Oi-enntnit
at terms consistent with solvency and fair profits.
Kspecial attention given to Insurance of Dwellings;
and Contents, for terms of ItoTi s, , .. ..
Application made to any duly .nthorlsed -Agent
promptly attended to. By Btrict attention to a legit.
Imate Insurance business, this Company is enabled
to offer both Indemnity Torthe past aud security for
the future, p ticieslasned without delay by
JAS. U. CA .TUB, Agent, No. 40 Main street. -A.
F. PATO , Aasistout Agont. ,
H. K. LIND EY, Agent 171 Vine street. r" !
J.J. I1O0K.K , Agent. Fulton. 17th Ward. - au9
. . 1 :'Ll
WwOHS ONLY 63 LBSI MASUFA0TUB1CD,
WH0LK8ALB AND BETA1L, BY "
Jj2J-am ; " 8jamorestfeeOelojFlfth,
M I l XiH'l ' 1 1 Jiifen if
THE MOSTRnilAP.lE VIHE AND
BURGLAR PROOF SAFES: They have given
mere satisfaction than nnv other nnvr in use.
We offer a reward of ONE THOUHANi) DOL. .
jAitn to nny person tout can, up tome present
time.showa single instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their contents. ,....,...,
with this SAFE wo challenge nil competition, ns'
being the het Fire Prnnf Tlurfflar Prnnf. or Fire
snd Burglar. Proof now made; and are willing, ta
test wit n any estaunenmont in tho union, and the
TT!7 filing first, to forfeit to, the othor, the sum
or$2,om - ' . ' v
We are prepared to fnrnlsb a better Safe, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer in the United
ttecond-hand Safes' of other makers, also on hand.
Werespectnilly invite the pitbllo to call and exam
ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
' ' HALL, OA.RR0LL A CO. "
' angU-ayt - Nob. 14 and 17 Kant Columbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholic, and "
ILL P1IN8 IJ THE STOMACH X BOWELS.
llTada by GEO, 8. LIGHT, V
. WHOLESALS DBUQ GIST, CINCINNATI,
FOR SALE i)T" JOHN D. PARK, SCIRE! ECR
STINK & CO., and Druggists generally. Order left
at Wilum80! A IlATritin, Ho, 41 Walnut street
will be attended to. aul3-lnol
CLASGOW AND NEW YORK '
8TBAM TO OLA80O .LIVERPOOL, BELFAST,
DUBLIN ANP LONDONDBRBY
, ; jroit $jo. .
Olnagow, Thomson, Wednesday, Aug. 21, at 13 uoon
dlnburghCnmming..Wednesaay,.fnnel, " .
Olnagow, Thomson " July 6, J' .
dinburgh,Onmming.. , " ' July 27,
. , fBOM SLAMOW.
Edinburgh, CnmmIng...Haturday, Mny 7.
dlliiHgow, Tboni8on...Weduesday, July 27.
Edinburgh, Ouinming... " July 2.
Bates of Passage from New York, Philadolphta or
Boston, to OIoskow, Liverpool, Belfast, Dnblln or
Londonderry, tirst class, 7.1. Steerage, found with
an abundance of properly-cooked provisions, 930.
An experienced Surgeon attached to each steamer.
No oharge for medlcinos.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
jyjj7 BOBK RT OljAiQ. 17 Broadway.
. J X Li
M TJ SIP A. EL 33 .
AFTER MANY YEARS OP PRACTICAL
experience in the art or Mustard-making, the
proprietors oiler tho above brand of Mustard to the
inblio, guaranteeing it a strictly pure article, mnnu
aoturcd from the best quality of seed, carefully se
lected with the design of producing a Mustard SUI'K
BIOB IN FLAVOU AND PUNGENCY TO ANY
NOW IN USE. We hftvo no hesitation in saying
that all lovers of good Mustard wi II find the I. X. L.
to be that which they so frequently fail to obtain,
MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTARD.
WOrdera promptly filled.
HARRISON A WILSON, .
je24 99 nncl 101 Wnlmn-streer.
Merrell's Blackberry Anodyne.
THIS MEDICINE IS OFFERED TO THB
pnblie as one of the best, If no t the very best nicd.
lcinethat has ever been invented for DiAHimr.A, l)r.i
rin kbv. Ciiolkba Infantum, and all other derange
ments of the Stomach nnd Digestive Organs, which
aresoptvmlnntand fatal In our country corrects
th dr- (ed condition of the l.lv.ir: nll.ija Norvons
I'- II. i s, Bnch ss is caused by Teething, gives
t-i can jnnllhynnthin to tlie bowols,an.1 withal, is
pl.asnni to tat 41' '' iya-rmt
Money! Money! Money!
Itemovoil from 38 West Mlxth-strcct.
MONEY LOANEDci? WATCHES, JEW
ELRY and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of Interest, at No. 173 Vine-streot, between
Fourth and Fifth. -Hi
FWIHE undersigned Is prepared to pat on
m. LimpoBiiion aooi oi tue oost Quality at snors
Office la JAB. Bruoe's Carriage Bepoiltory, cor
ner Third and Vine, ......
f Roofing instertn.1 constantly on hand, and for
sale. -'" ' fjy-m) J. M. NOBLB,
H. CAMPBELL & CO.l
MANUFACTURERS OV BAR SHEET
and Bollor Iron, Plow Slabs, Bailrosd Spikes
Wareroomk Ho. 14 East Second Street, Clnoihnat I
Ohio. -!. .-j -i
awAllklndsIronmadetoorder. . ,. ..MB
J. T. DROWSE & CO.,' !
MANUFACTURERS OF JEWELRY,
now wholesale etahlls)imont,M WestThird
Itreet, between Walnnt nnd Vine, (room No. 4, nr
(fairs.) Cincinnati.: 'Factory st Vrovldenre, Rhode
Island. , Se stylos received weekly. , - feplftuu
FRANKLIN TYPU AND- STEREOTYPE
FOUIIDBY, B. ALLISON, Bnpprlnlendent.
Prlntlng Uatsrlals of ail kinds. 1M Vln. street.
till lEWi ilitl :
RAILROADS. JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
FOUR DAILY TRAINS ' LEAVE THE
. iSlxth-etroet Depot,
Trains run through to Indianapolis, Lima, San
dnsky and Cleveland without Changs ol cars.
Through Tickets for all Hasten., Western, Horth.
rh find NorthjWostern eltlm. ; ',
p A. IW. E.VlMtKH I'ttAlNfColnmbnsHme, -.
Clevaland and Fltuburg, via Delaware, makes close
canned Ion at Orestline lor Pittsburg, Baltimore,
Philadelphia and New York; and at Cleveland fur
Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boaton and New York;- Also, con.
urvia a. uaj hu w,.u jjnf wu uu .11 111 1 KUil itUMU iur
Troy, Pluua, flduey,.Limn, Toledo, Detroit, Fovtrpi
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Toledo at 3:30, Detroit
at fi lm, and nhlnun at -'KI P. St . Oillnfv nnd nnl
t a t 11... .. n.H(l.L .jil ...ili. ..j mj i
Road, for Greenville, Union, Winchester and Bfiiu-
cte. Also, connects at Blchmond with Indiana Ceu.
tral Bond, for ludiannpslij, Lafayette, Chicago. Terrs
to, St. Louis, and all Western cities. Also, at
Richmond with Cincinnati aud Chicago Bead, fVr
Ami: r.on, Kuloomo and Peru. Also, connects with
M A. II. TIf A IV for ilnrtnii.Rnrlnir.
flejd and Sartdimky - Connects at Banilusky with.,
STEAMER for DKTOKIT: at URBAN A for CULV 11
BUS; at Forest with I'ittibtrg, Fort Wiii-neaniU14ii-
pago Road, Kast and West) at Clyde with 0. and To
ledo oad for Cleveland and liulule, itolodo, Doll olt
WAREwith the C.,0. AU.Boad fur Cleveland and
points tan; nlsoconnectsatUamlltoBwitkJuaotl.a
Railroad for Oxford.
tun i'. Bli TUAJN-Friri Dayton,
and Chicago, Also, counocul with J uuctioa Bailroad '
anii rwnuiisKy Connects nt Forest with Pitbbnrg,
Wayne and Chicago Boad, East and Weal: at.
Clrdo with 0. and Toledo Road for Clovolandang Bf. .
raid, Toledo, Dotroit and Chicago, Also.couneotsat
Richmond for Inrilnnnnnli.. 'r.rM TlNiitii Ut r.n.,l.
m nniuuwu ,-vaiotu. :l
t.B 1. III. TRAIN For Dayton, Troy, Pinna, Bid-
noy, Lima, Toledo, Dotroit, Fort Wayne and Chi. '
cago, reaching Chicago at 8 A. W.
- -The 6 and 6 A, M. tnilusj connect at Cleveland r
with steamers for Buffalo. , ,
' For further information and Tickets, apply at the
Tloket olTices noi-th-eaat corner Front and Bread.
y "OfcJW Walnut-slreet, mar Gibson House; atTyir
the new Ticket Cilice, on tbe west side cf Vine-street,
between Postofflce snd Bnmet Uouse; at the Walnv
Street Bouse, or at the git Ih-slreot Depot. '
aula ; p. WoKA BEN, Superintendent.
RAILROAD COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
! n Pour Trains Daily. .
- THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS,.
- First TrainNo. 1 IioieM.at 6 A.M., conneots via ,i
Pittsburgh, via Columbus, Steubenville and Pitts-.
fcnrgh, DetroitviaCleveutudaudstcamer. This Train
between Cincinnati and Columbus, at Love.
land, Deerfiold, Morrow, Xenla, Cedarvllle, South
Charleston, London Mid West Jefferson.
. Second Train Not. 2 Kxtm ss. at 8:3n A. M.. eonnacts r
via Colambus, Bel lair and Benwood; Wheeling; via
Colnmbus, Steubenvllleand Pittsburg; viaCoinmbus,
Orestline aud Pittsburg: la OoiuBibus and Clevs.
ana; Aietroit, via tjiereiana ana steamer: hlte but.
f hur Station, via SpringHeld., This Train stops be "
Cincinnati and Columbus, at Plainvllle, Mil-
ford, Mlamiville, Lovoland, Deerfield, Morrov, Cor
win, Spring Valley, Xenin and London.
Third TrAin AooOmmodatlon, at 4:10 P. M., fer "
Colnmbus and Springfield.. .....
Fourth Train Nicht Express, at ll:30P.M.; con
nsots via Columbus. Bellair and Benwood: WtienlibBU
via Colnmbus, Stenbonvillo and Pittsburg; via Co-
Inmbus, Cresthue aud Pittoburg: via Columbus and
Cleveland, . -This train stops at Lovaland, Morrow.
Corwin, Xenla and London. gLKBPINQ CABS Oof
WIS TRAIN. -i
No. 1 Express, through to Cleveland without change
of cars. r.
The NIGHT EXPRESS Irain leaving ClnoinnaM
at 11:30 P. M., runs daily, oxcoptBATURDAXa, Tbe
Trains run daily, excopt SUNDAYS. '
For all Information, and Through Tickets to Bos
ton, New York, Phllndelnhia, Baltimore, Washing
Buffalo, Niagara Jails, Dunkirk, ClevclnnJ,
apply at the OfHces, Walnut Sti-eet Uouso.No. 1 Bur
not House, Bouth-oast oornurot Broadway and Frost
Itroete, and at the Eastern Dopot.
' Trains run bv ColiinibuH t lin&. which Is savan mln
ntes faster than Cincinnati tiaie-. -
J. DCBAMD, Bnp't.
Omnibuses call forpassengers by leaving direction M
at the Ticket Offices, q - - my!7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST,
AND THE NORTHWEST, VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
Only Ont Change of Uart Itetwttn C'iiKsimuli
" and Chicago.
Throe PasaengerTrainsIoavotjinokinatldallf, flrom
thefool of Mill iind Front .tree's.
6:60 A. M. Chicago Mail arrives at Tndlsnneolit at
10:30 A. M.; Chicago at 7:116 1'. ill. This trWn con
nects with all night trains out of Chicago, for the
West and North-west.
12:u0 M. Terrs Haute and Luyfayetto Accommoda
tion arrives at Indianapolis, nt ;: P.M., making
direct connections at IiulUnnpolls with Terre Haute
I'raius and Indianapolis and Lalnyette trains for
Decatur, Springfield, Naples, (juincy, Hannibal and
St. Joseph; also with Peru trains for Peru, Ft, Warns
and Toledo. v - - - . .... ..
6:00 P.M. Chicago Express arrives at Indianapolis
at 10:30 P. M.; Chicago at 7:40 A.M. Making cleee
connections at Chicago with all morning trains ont
ef Chicago. Tills train connects at Indianapolis
with Torre Haute trains for all points West and.
Northwest". 1 ' -
Bleeping cars are attached to all the night train!
this line, nnd run thlough to Chicago without
ohangeof cars. .-.:.......-: 1
This is exclusively a Western and North-western
rente, and with favorable and reliable arrangements
with all conneotiest roads lluongliout the entire
guarantees unusual care and I he amplest ac
commodations to the patrons oi this line.
. wr Be sure yon are in t he right ticket office before
you purchase your tickets, and ask for tickets via
Fare the same as by any other route ' Baggage
checked through. ' , ... ' .
THROUGH TICKETS, good until nsed, can bo ob
tained at the ticket oihoes, nt Sfencor H onso Corner,
north-east corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net Honse Corner; ut tho Walont-street House, and
at Depot office, foot of 11(11, on Front street, where
all necessary information may bo had.
Oinnibnsses run to and from oach train, snd w
call fot passengers at all hotels and all parts of th
city, bj leaving addreaa at either office- .
W. n. L. NOBLE. : -
mylO . . - , General Tloket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
, TERRK HAUTE, ' ''
ST. LOUIS, '
' '' PEBD,
TWO DAILY THBOrOHTB AINS leaveSlxth street
Depot, at A. !C and 4:30 P. III.
t A. M.-INDIANAPOLIS, ST. LOOIS ft 03I0A.
connections for all other Western nnd North-w estern
points. This Train also counecis at Richmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Roods, for Andorson, Koko
go. Logansport, and all points on Wtbasu Valley
. 4:30r' M.-INDIANAPOLIS, OHIO 4.GO A ST.:
LODISNIOHT EXPRESS. Tbe above Traina make
close connections at Indianapolis, LalayotteandChl
c.iBo, with Trains for Terre Haute, Springfield, Kock
Island, Gnleshiirg, Kenosha, LaCrosKe, Jacksonville,
Dnnvillo, Burlington, Milwaukee, Mattnon, Naples,
Catena. Quincy, Prairlo du Chien, Pans, Peoria,
Dnnleith. Racine, DccaJJsr, Bloomingtou, Jollst, La
Cialle.St. Paul, and all tewna andcitiea in the North
-west. i 1 - - '
KVTnrougn Ticsrots given and Baggage chsckeg
through, i .
Information nnd Through Tickets, as.
jly to Ticket Olilces, north-oat wrner ol Front and
Broadway; Re, 1R9 Walnut street, near Fourth; at--south-east
corner of Fourth snd Vine street, or at
the Sixth-street Depot.
D. M. MOBBOW, ".njwlutendent.
- Omnlbnss will call for passeng n m leurtng their
at either ot the Ticket On '
,B8 . . W. H. -'-1? Jf , Agent,
O AND Y ! OANDY
." ZEE. KTai OTmJ&JEVEL,
(Snocessor to Umi AOo,) .-
-. i - - -
Manufacturers and Wholesale Sesieji
; FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
:'l- . , -:). , ... ';
40 MAIW "STREET, CINCINNATI
' oal NAsi'L tsf IlilEijr'
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OV
THE SKIN, RHKDMATISU, DISEASES OF
WOMEN, and sueh Ohronlo oomplalnts as mar be
benefitted by the Hygyenlo and Atmopatklo lysUta
of his omce. -'tt ' -' ': " ' '
Vapor; BulphuTi -Iodine, Arsenic; Heronry, Tar
klsh, Busslan and Electro-Chemioal Baths, a Dls
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of Xlectrio
" MO. 07 WEST 8IXTH-TBRET.
V-HseheursA. M.telP. U. aiiie-iff