THE PE ESS.
orrioi, 14 wist voubth-steiw.
KKI DAY..- m .OtiTOBBK, 14
THE TWO PARTINGS.
We parted one before. Ton wept
When 1 rose up to go, you did;
Ton prayed for me before you slept,
You lltto love, you kuow you did I
' Anil no gdef now is on that brow,
W ulcta than you said, throbb'd so, you did;
Tou loved rae better then tliun uow
You cruel thine, you know yon did I
Do yon remember what the sen,
I look you out to ebow you, did?
Von made a pretty simile-
You false or tongue, you kuow you old I
Ton elghed, "That life were like Iti crests
When sunshine breezes blow," yon did;
To catch love's light before it rests I
Von cold, oold heart, you know yeudld.-
What hare I done 7 Ton smile no mora
Ou rae as months ago you did;
I oil deem my homage not a bore;
Yon liked it then, you kuow you did.
"How bleat," yon satd.'were life with on
W ho'd love ma truly." 0, you did I
But you thought I was an elder son
You utterliirt, you know you did I
Know the Right Man.
In a Southern city lived a young, aspi
rant youth by the name of Kinson, who
possessed more pride and insolence than
wealth or sense. Understanding that
there was a farmer living about sixteen
miles from tho city, by the name of Me
Keever, of immense wealth, and the
father of two daughters, he formed the
design of becoming acquainted with the
faraUy, if not ultimately one of ita mem
bers; consequently, one fine day he decked
- himself in his gayest externals, and
started for the farmer's mansion. On the
way his mind was full of speculations
upon the manner in which , be should
conduct himself before Mr. McKeever;
upon the style of amiabloness which he
should assume beforo the Misses MoKce
vor, and mode in which he should use
lofty and entertaining language generally.
Evening had nearly disposal of the sun
in the west when he arrived in sight of
Mr. McKeever's. The scene was expan
sive and delightful, extensive fields and
lengthy fences and lanes oovered the
landscape as fur as the eye could reach,
while the dwelling reared its painted
front high among the tall branching oaks,
which grow around it for shade ana orna
ment Kinson' s bosom swelled with glowing
anticipations at tho wealthy and magnifi
cent prospect before him, and he was
anxious to form the acquaintance of the
whole McKeever family. Seeing a Bhab-by-looking
man feeding hogs near the
road, he rode up to him, when the follow
ing conversation ensued:
"Ilellow, Mr. Hog-feeder, is that Mc
Keover's dwelling ?"
"Yes Bir," replied tho hog-feeder.
"Are you his overseer?"
"What the devil do you do then ?''
"Oh, feed hogs, and do other little
.things about the farm."
"Veil, Mr. Uog-feeder, old McKeever
lias some dam'd fine-looking daughters,
"Yes, they are tolorablo fine-looking
"They would like to marry, too, wouldn't
"Don't know, but expect they weuld if
they had a good chance ?'
"A good chance t They can get me ;
don't yon think I'd be a good chance ?"
"Well, they might think bo go and
"Dam'd if I don't, too; good evening
Kinson then rode up to the gate and
alighted. Seeing the old lady in the
piaiza with her daughters, he thus ad
"Good evening, madam. It is getting
late, and 1 should like to have permission
to stay all night with you."
He was informed that he could do so,
and he very gladly took his seat till the
old gentleman should come in, as she in
formed him that he would soon.
He had not been seated but a few
moments when the old hog-feeder came
along looking after the things, and finally
came in and eat down. The old man
began to make himself perfectly at home
with the females. Kinson was astonished
at what he considered the hog-feeder's
insolence; bat this astonishment was
much increased when he heard one of
the young ladies call him "Pal"
Just as he heard the hog-feeder affec
tionately called "pa," the boy was about
to take hit horse, and he involuntarily
"Boy, don't take that horse, 1 think I
will ride on if it is late good evening to
"Oh, stay all night," said the hog-feeder,
"don't be in a hurry."
"Thank you, sir, I must gOj" mumbled
Kinson, and soon he was riding away
from the mansion of McKeever, cursing
all rich men who did not have the ways
of rich men, with marriageable daughters.
J"Tommy, my son, what are you
going to do with that club ?", "Send it
to the editor, of course." "Hut whnt are
you going to send it to the editor for?"
"'Cause he says if any body will send
him a club he will send them a copy of
his paper?" The mother came pretty
near fainting, but retained consciousness
enough to ask: "But, Tommy, dear, what
do you suppose he wants of a club?"
"Well, I donl know," replied the hopeful
urchin, "unless itisAp knock downsub
ncribers as don't pay lor their paper."
"You are dismissed," said the su
perintendent, austerely, "for letting your
train come twice into collision." "Tho
very reason," said the other interrupting
h im," why I asked to bo restored." fHow
so?" "Why, sir, if I had any doubt
before as to whether two trains can pass
each other on the same track, I am now
entirely satisfied. I have tried ib twice,
sir, and it c-a-n-t be done, and I am not
likely to try it again." He regained his
situation by his jest, and; it is said, kept
it afterward by his great prudence.
ftThe author of "Dnilv HZnrr.
the last Atlantic, speaking of matanial
Duuns, Buyn ; jxaj woman win Dyeafc her
aw wj eco twu people iorwnora8b. M
not tore a hair pin, stead up, oneT
white, and the other in Manh. Ji
bio a few words that she knows b? heart.'
...... ...... pVBlVlUU Oil WO Qf Q
room and have 'society' parade up to them
by solemn little corporals with white
favors, and then file off to the rear for
rations of Perigord pi and champagne '
""HftVfl vnfi nnw fioti-i - t
ket? asked a person cf a fisherman who
was returning home. -"Fes, a good eel.'
WW tho reply.
Winchell sends us the following which
"ain't pretty bad :"
One day, not long since, the accommo
dation train from Cleveland to Columbus
had a oonvict on board, who was being
taken by an officer to the penitentiary
located at the last named place. The
prisoner was covered with a oloak which
concealed from view the shackles upon
his wrists. He sat slightly bowed
looking very glum, and probably reflect
ing upon the rather narrow prospect
bel lore him. A New England Yankee on
the train had his curiosity excited by
what he inferred to be a considerable
weight on the spirits of the oonvict ; so
he approached him with the intent to
elicit, if possible, such information as
would gratify his curiosity. The follow
ing are the questions he propounded, and
the answers thereto :
"Goin ter stop in Klumbus?"
"Goin' ter see finny friends there ?"
"Goin' terdu enny kind o' work there?"
"Goin' ter start bisiness on your own
"What aro ye goin' thero for?"
"Going for seven years."
The Yankees curiosity was almost satisfied.
A Seven Years' Story Miko was
picking his teeth upon the steps of the
United States, (thereby intimating to tho
"green 'uns" that he boarded thore,) and
expatiating largely upon the doctrine
that, "if you keep anything seven years,
you will nave use for it;" in fact, he was
"spreading" more extensivoly than tho
subject, to the uninterested, would seem
to warrant, when Hiram, who was quietly
smoking his "meerschaum" near by, think
ing he had Mike in the locality where the
orname t of the caput is "rather thin,"
interrupted him with the inquiry: jJVell
if you had the itch seven years, what
could you do with it?" "Give it to an ine-
An Honest Landlord, One of our
hotel keepers who is good nntured and
witty was addressed yesterday thus:
"Landlord, you let me sleep among the
big bugs last night"
"Oh! don't be too modest, my dear
lodger, I doubt not they have some of
your own blood in their vains."
The fact is the fellow had slept in a
bed bent with chinches.
Q7An Englishman would live twenty
years .in a house without knowing his
neighbors ; a Frenchman would know all
of them in twenty-four hours. Let tho
sociable Frenchman be planted among
the tattoed islanders of the South Seas,
and in two years he would be found tat
toed; put an Englishman in tho same
position, and he would be king of the
island in the time.
USs'Wife, wife, what has become of
I Buppose, my dear, the hens have
picked them off," was her moderate
"Hens hens some two legged hens, I
guess," said her husband with some im
petuosity, to which she calmly replied,
"My acar, did you ever see any other
Borrowed. "Whore'd ye get that hot,
Jerry?" "Borrered it," "Borrered it ?"
" Y-a-s. Borrered it of a feller asleep in
the Park. Pete Myers borrered his coat
Pat Gaffhey his boots. I borrered his hat
De ye think I'd steal ? No 1 I'd scorn
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO DO,
on the shortest notice, and in thelteit and
moat fashionable style, i kinds ot
J ob Printing,
BILLS OF LADING;
DBA Y TICKETS;
DIKDB; ' -PBOO
BILLS OF I'ABE;
IlinSI WIT. AT MODMATi f BICIS
FBASC1SC0 & CALDWELL
' . PnV e Coal Oil
JTJST RE&Sr: 8ALE
Ons BoUar par ga :'1. Ds WBIN, roeer,
Mtwm? jar fcrt ftvut-ilrvst,
' (fronting the Steamboat Landing.) '
North-east Corner Broadway and Front.
R. F. IEVEEIXO, Proprietor.
PROCURE THE ' VERT BUST
"- STENOILj MARKING PLATE
That can be made In the city go to 1
33. 3V. POWERS,
146 Walnut-st., bet. Third and Fourth,
(Next door to tiio Masonic Temple.) ;
IS. H. P. lias Uiroe Diplomas awarded liim for the
best work ; oc7-ain
WMV MOREHOUSE & CO.,
MAIIirAOTDBEU AMD DIALERS IN
FURNITURE, CHAIRS, AND AIL
kinds of Mattresses and Bedding, at tlie old
atand, No. 136 Hycauiore-atreot, east aido, between
Fourth and Fifth-streets, seventh store above
Fourth-street, church Pews linud and cushioned.
All orders promptly attended to. ool-cui
ANDERSON A HANNAFORD.ArcbJteeti
8. W, earner Third and Sycamore sts..
Jyl 01NOIMNATI, OgTHJ.
BKTWKBN FRONT AND BK00ND, CINCINNATI.
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, NO. JSABX
Fourth-street, between Main BndBjcanioro, Uto..
ajtarito-bindingln every style,
ly and durably bound.
Music Hooks neat
V. OUOFf KB.
D. DI FOREST,
Book Binder and Paper Ruler,
Third storv Times Building, will do all work In hi
line with neatness auu nninu.
PUIXAN & WIXLIAIHWON,
(At the old stand of Pnllan, HatSeld St Brown,)
Ho. M WEST BKUONDBT.,
reswe nn.iAS, formerly of Pollan, HatBeld Brown
VS. B. WIU.lA.mwl. "
THOS. H. WEASNEE,
DEALIB IN ALL KIHDt Or
BUILDING LUMBER, LATH,
SHLNQLES, ETC., ETC.,
3T1 Flnm Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
134 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI, 0.
KITREDGE & FOLSOM,
55 fit. Ouarloa atreot, New Orleans, La.,
Importers of Guns fc Sporting Apparatus,
AND DKALBBS IW OUH POWTIKB.
LEKNDERT BYL. JAMIffl TIBBT
L. BYL & CO.,
CLEANERS OE 6INKS AND VAULTS,
No. 99 Wxth-streot, between Vine end lUce.Jn
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
may favor us wun meir pauimogu.vuu iv v
tnality ana low prices.
riA-RP c5 SEAL
14 WEST FOCKTII STKEET.
DOOB PLATES, CAUD CASKS, STATIONKBT,
etc., etc., etc
n. A. Bantu
No. lit) West Sixth. street,
(Successor to Knowlton ft Taft.)
i. 5tt West Fourth St., bet. Wnlnut fc Vlu
, L. HAMMf.
If. B. SUITH.
No. 3 Wert Fourth St.
DR. S. WARDLE,
B X T I S 1
Office No. 138 West Fourth, street,
CINOINN ATI. OHIO
H. S. WINSLOW,
NO. 151 8Y0AUOBK 8TBK1ST, BELOW f IFTH
R. J. WILSON'S Offloe, 58 West Fourth-
street, where be niny be consnitea anuy mr an
Kemale Complaints, Inflammation ot tlie ifrviy,
iirMonMna TTtMFt.ik. nil fHitnlAcftinetitH of the Womb.
Hpinal and Cerebral affections, and othor organic dis
eases common to females. The Doctor' Ions; expe
rience and rocont discovery in the treatment of the
above diseases.can not fall to give entire satisfaction.
The Doctor is agent fiirnRnropcnuFeuialemonthly
Pill: nrlce SI and two stamps. an!6-3m
DKS. B. EHRMAN & W. t';-CEECH.
mm CRO P ATIIl STS.
Office bears from
4G SKYBNTS BTBKKT.
K. 8. NEWTON, M. D.
Office, 90 Wet Seventh Street,
lvnrnft rim aid ao.
O. E. NEWTON. M. T.
Orrioi Ne. W West Beventh street, betwnenTIn
and Unce. Bssmiiics no. ut nevemu sireei, w
woen Walnut and Vine. Orrioi Uoom-T to
A, M. lHtoJHP. M.tTtosP. M.
Vi. P. EL.1A.S
WATCH & JEWELRY MSE
16 West Fourtli Street.
Where can be bad evory article appertaining to the
BusineM at a mnoh less prlee, for CASH, than
has ever before been offered In this market,
GIVE US A CALL" ,.
And see for yonrselves. aj4
JRo. MX H. K. Oor. Jfifth and Lodge streets, betwet
VVaiHUIr LU IUt VlllUIIIUni,!.
AsooO assortment of 81 LV KB and PLATED WABK,
BrAUiAVUl Wil : ' - uwun.a.a.ij vu .muu.
special attention given to Cloaning and Bepairlng
Watches and Jewelry. mylo
BEGGS sfc SMITH. No. 0 West 4th
ARE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS
.'heir largo assortment of Watches. Jewelry.
Bllverwgre and Diamonds.
A fine assortment of Plated Tes Bets and Cutlery
At the Old Established Stand,
M KA8T FIFTH, BUT. MAIN AND 8T0AMORK.
1HAVE A LARGE AND DESIRABLE
stock of Household and Office Furniture,
new and second band, consisting of fine bedsteads,
sofas and parlor chairs, Brussels and Ingrain carpets,
niiiinth. enfclm-v. ate. A line assortment of coun
ters, shelving, office desks and stools, eto. Also,
stock of billiard tablea, pianos, extra marble-top
connters'and tables on hand and for sale low.
aepWamt WML. CARTER, Proprietor.
"CIINE GERMAN CIGARS! FINE GER
1? MANI)iaAR8l-.lohn Bates has just received
inn nrf very super or Cigars, which he will anil
Kut h5e MiTIONAL THIATER BOILDI NO,
JL John Bates liHS Inst received twenty
nnrliir Plaviug Cards. Fancy VIII, HtminVinat,
siiperior riayiua vn u-k.. MATIIlNAI.
THEATKft 'JUILll0.yvMwtret. ocK)
LADD, WEBSTER & CO.
Awarded at the
WE INVITB AN EXAMINATION OF
these Donular Ml! WING IUAI IUNB8,
80 West Fourth-street,
DKALKB8 IN .
Improved Two-Threaded Lock-Stitch
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
3B35, $30 and $35.
No. 89 Fifth-street,
WILL EEMOVI. OOTOlSKB 1. TO
No. 6 West Fourth-street,
Over Beggs ft 8ml th's.
SWA gents wanted. Address ,
WILTSEB BttOTHEttH, Agents,
Oct P. O. Box 2,309, ClnclunntiiO.
$30. $30. $30. $30.
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitch
FAMILY SEWLfi MMIIJi'ES
8E0UEKD BY BKOENT LBTTEItS PATENT.
THIS MACHINE! HAS BEEN PRO
NOUNCED bv all eoinnetent Judges, who
have seen It, to lie the best and most desirable Fam
ily Sowing Machine ever introduced, resnrdleas
of price. It will sew all kinds of family goods,
from the very thickest to the very finest faeries made,
and ases all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 200.
INo oil la lined on top of the Itlnohlne.
Bend for a circular, or rail and see it in operation.
Upon early application, State and County Bight may
Anenorgetlo person can make s fortune In a ahort
timo. Agents wanted in all unsold territory.
II. O. IHIUT.MAN,
Br le and exclnsive agent for the United States,
gepllfnif 118 West Fourth-street. Cincinnati.
CTITCHINO THE SAME ON BOTH
sidos, leaving no ridge or chain, and impossible
to ravel. For speed, accuracy or ease of motion, the
Elliptic Machine is without a rival,
Cincinnati. Oflloe S3 West Fourth street.
KELSEY & CO.'S
Offlce-30 West Fourth-street,
WE ASK OP A DISCRIMINATING
public, in pnrsnlt of a reliable Bewhig-Ma-chino,
tlje most rigid comparison of the merits of
these Machines with all others in the market. We
court it, being sure it will result In our favor.
D. W. HARRINGTON te CO.,
BINGES'S SEWING MACHINES.
Price Seduced to f 50, T5, MIOattdf 125.
Sinter's New Family Sewing machine,
The price of which Is only JSO, ia alight andelegant
ly decorated Machine, capable of performing, In the
bestatyle, all tlie sewing of a private family.
ginger's Trnnnveree Shuttle Machine,
To be sold at 879, is a Machine entirely new In its ar
rangement; it is very beautiful, moves rapidly and
very easily, and, for family use and light manufac
turing purposes, is the very beat and cheapest Ma
chine ever oflored to the public.
Singer's No. 1 Htnndnrd Shuttle Ittnchine,
Formerly sold at f 135, but now rednced to (110, Is
known all over the world. Kvery sort of work can
be done with it.
Singer's No. 9 Htnndnrd Shuttle Mnchlne,
This Is the favorite manufacturing 51 achine every
where Trice, with table complete, 129,
MTSend for ft Circnlar.
Agent for J. M. Binger A Co.
No. 8 East Foartli street,
JeU-t CINCINNATI, OHIO.
TV I B. DODDS,
formerly of Hail.Dodds A Oo.; late TJrban.Dodda Oo.
W. II. Dodds & Co.,
MAHDrAOTUltnl 01 TBS
Fire apd Burglar Frool
8. W. Corner of Vine A Second Streets.
This Is the moat reliable TIB1D AND BCEGLA
PBOOF bAiK that Is made in the United 8tatea,snd
la warranted perfectly free from damp! Can be sold
at lower prices, and is of better orjdbanihlp than
oan bs found elsewhere.
We have large assortment on hand, and are da.
(rained, to sou at prioea tnat cannot tall to please.
Takes In exchange. 8K00ND-BAHD BATES el
ways on band at extremely low prices, VJX
AT REDUCED PRICES.
KWrn HAVE ON HAND THB LARGEST
w Y variety and best selected assortment of das
Fixtures in Cincinnati, consisting 01 all tnat is new
or desirable in the Gas Fixture line.
Wo warrant every Fixture wo sell to be equal, both
in material and finish, to any that Issoldin tills o
any other market, and In addition will guaranty
them to retain their color and remain perfect for five
years from the time they are put up by us.
Call, lee, and examine onrstock,
McHKNBY It OABSOlf.
lyil-cm ' 182 Main street. nearFonrth
KOOFI1VG ! UOOFmO
TUBS OUTCAST ELASTIC ME
TALLIC ROOFING" Is offered to the public
as the beat and cheapest Metal Hoof now nsed, its
merits tested by an experience of years in this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep.old or new
buildings, no soiaer naea latienea seenrety With
out exposure w me action oi uioeieineuis,
Pre Dared sheets, boxed for shipment to any sari
the United Htatee, can be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
.CALDWELL A CO.
133 West Second street.
J. J, BUTLER'S
Excelsior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory, 89 Vine 8t 14
CiTAR MILLS. A SUPERIOR BRAND
of extra White Wheat Flour .warranted to Please,
in store and for sale by
OIIN nSROCHON. Orocer.
Oorner Ninth and Vine-streets,
TIJEW CIDER. FIRST OF THE SEASON,
jlw anaaverynneariiciR, jnit rewivwi ty
JOHN FKROUHON, Orocer,
ocll Oorner Ninth and Vine-streets.
"rVTEW BUCKWHEAT. A VERY 8UPE
XJt RIOR article of Fresh Ground NewBuokwheat,
Inst receives ana ior saie uy
. - JOHN FKIW1F80N, Orocer,
ocll Corner Ninth and Viue-streel.
I Times copy .J
BY ST A T E AUTH ORITJT.
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
SWAffnr.r.w eiitAbllHhedln fllnclnnali in 1 M2-V an
tedating all present local Insurance Uompanlea and
Agencies In the Insurance business in this city. , ii.'J
years couif ant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience, ;ntrprise and liberality, especially com.
mend the J&TbK Insurance Company to the favora
ble patronage of tills communis standing solitary
and alone, tho sole survivor aud living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of 1843.
Losses pnld In Cincinnati during past Five
Years, 1,1,054 7.
lABSOLUTK AND UNIMPAIRED.) WITH A
SURPLUS OF 1,030,433 80.
And tho preatigo of 40 years success aud expostence.
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OP S I U, 000,000, LOSS KM,
Have been paid by the Xtua Insurance Company In
the past 40 years.
Fire nml Inland Navigation. Risks accepted
at terms consistent w ith solvency and fair profits.
Especial attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
anil C'onteuts, for terms of 1 tooy .
Application made to any duly .nthorlzed Agent
promptly attended to. By strictnttenlion to a legit
imate Insurance biminess, tills Company la enabled
to offer both tndomnlty for the past and soenrityfor
the future. P licios issued without delny by
J AH. 11. OA iTHtt, Agent, No. 40 Alain street.
A. F. PATO i. Assistant Agent.
H. K. LIND BY, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.J.HOOKl. , Agent. Fulton. 17th Ward. ant
FOLDING SPRIG MMESS
WEIGHS ONLY 6,1 IiBBI MANUFAOTUEID,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, BY
BENNETT & CO.,
jy21-am Sycamore street, below Fifth.
nnilE MOSTRELIABLEFIBE AND
JSL BUKUliAK ritoui! OA MO. nicy nave given
more satisfaction tnau any oiner now in use.
w.nfbnmward of )NK THOUSAND DOT.
I.ARM to any person that can, np to the present
time, showa single instance wherein they havo failed
to proservo their contents.
With this SAFE we challenge all competition, as
being the beat Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar rrooi now maao; ana are wiiiiuk
wilt, in? Afltahlishment iu the Union, and i
parly foiling first, to forfeit to the other, the sum
We are prepared to furnish a better Bnfe, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer in the United
Naiumn.nann hairs ni oiner maaera. bibu uu iinuu
Woresncctfully invite the public to call and exam
ine our BtocK ieiorepurcimvinKeinBwiierB.
UA.1JU, univnuiijj (V w.,
angl2-ayi Noa. tft und 17 Viaat Columbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholio, and
ALL PAINS W TDE STOMACH & BOWELS.
Made by GEO. 8. LIGHT,
WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, CINCINNATI,
vnn ST.W HY JOHN D. PARK. 8UIBK. KOK
STINK & CO.. and DrugRista generally. Order left
at Williamson A Hathkld, No. 41 Wal
will be attended to.
GLASGOW AND NEW YORK
8TEAM TO GLASGO w, LIVERPOOL, BELFAST,
DUBLIN ANP LUNDOMDJCBltr
fBOM R(W TOBK. .
Edinburgh, Cnnimiug,.WociueBUay, June 1,
Edinburgh, 0nmming...8atnrday, May 7.
f J 1 i u urn w.
,rnoniaon...veunuauuy, uuiy ct
Bateaof Passage from New York, Philadelphia or
Boston, to Glasgow, Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
Londonderry, lirat class, $75. Bteerage.fuiind with
an abuudance of proporly-cookeu provisions, 9.1V,
An experienced Burgoou attachod to oach steamer,
For Freight or Passage, apply to
ap37 ROBERT OBAfq. 17 Broadwar,
I. X. L.
AFTER MANY YEARS OF PRACTICAL
experience In the art of Mustard-making, the
proprietors offer the above brand of Mustard to the
rsoner me auuve urnnuui jiLiia, am w mi
uaranteeing it a strictly pore article, menu
from the beat nualltv of aeed.carefullr se
PUDUO, gimrHUWBliia inmvi.ij ,un ni k.o, in
factured from the bost quality of seed, careful!;
la.l wlh ,he ilnlf?naf nrodncins a Mmitard HUPE
irnil 111 irr.AVOlt AfjD BIJNOKNOY TO ANY
NOW IN TJHB. We have no hesitation in saying
that all lovers or good ilnstardwlll nnattiei. A.,
to be that which they so frequently fail to obtain,
MUSTARD THAT 18 MUSTARD.
VOrdors promptly filled.
' HARRISON A WILSON,
jeS4 99 and 101 Walnut-street,
MerrelTs Blackberry Anodyne,
mHIS MEDICINE 18 OFFERED TO THE
JL pnblio as one of the best, If not tho very beet med
icine that has ever boon invented for Diabbu ka, Dv
ENVxar, Oholhra Iscastcm, and all other derange
A,,t. tl, HmmAi-h anil Dlsestive Ornans. which
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Money! Jfloney! Money!
Hcmoved from Dtt west (Stxin-sireoi,
MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
KI.RT and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of Interest, at Mo. 173 Vine-street, between
Fourth ana siiia. . ... m
THE undorsigDed Is prepared to put on
Composition Roof of the best quality at short
neln J ft B. Bmce's Oarrl&ge Repository, oor
ner Third and Vine.
IMOnng material constanuy oa iianu.nuu iv.
Oy27-3m) J. M. NOBLE.
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET
and Boiler Iron, Plow Slabs, Railroad Spikes
Ito. Also, Agentn for the sale of Iron ton Star hails
Warerooms No. It East Heoond Street, Oinclnnat
iirAll kinds Iron made to order. I0
J. T. DROWNE & CO..
MANUFACTURERS OF JEWELRY,
new wholesale establishment, 37 West Third
street, between Walnut and Vine, (room No. 4,
stairs,) Cinolnnatl. Factory at Providence, Rhode
Island. New styles received weekly. seplfiam'
TfTIlLIAM H. BALDWIN. ATTORNEY
ww and Conssellor at Law,
Third street, t doom East of Mala,
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton.
FOTJR DAILT TRAINS LEAVE THE
Tmlus run throngh to Indianapolis, Lima, Ban
dusky and Cleveland without change of cars.
Throngh Tickets for all Kastern, Western, North
ern and North-western cities. J
A . hi - it rit n T K A IN (Colnmbns time,
which is seven miautes faster than Oincinnatl) For
Cleveland and Pittehnrg, via Delaware, makes close
connection at Crestline fur Pittsburg, Baltimore,
Philadelphia and New York; and at Cleveland for
Dunkirk, Buflulo, Boston aud New York. Alao, con
nects at Dayton with Dayton and Michigan Boad for
Troy, I'iqna, Hidney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Toledo at 3:80, Detroit
at e:UO, and Chicago at 7:30P. MyQulncy and Galena
at 7 A. SI. Also, at Dayton with Greenville and Miami
Boad, for Ureenville, Union, Winchester and Muu.
oie, Also, connects at Bicbmond with Indiana Cen
tral Hoad, for Indianapolis, I.aloyetto, Chicago, Terrs
Haute, Bt. Louis, and all Western cities. Also, at
Richmond with Cincinnati and Chicago Road, for
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auuDiguu, vuituiuv niiu rvm. aim,, wuuuuw WHH
Junction Kailroaiiat Ilnnillton for Oxford.
H A. M. niAIL. TRAIN For Dayton, Spring
Held and Sandusky Connects at Sandusky with
8TKSAMER for DKTR01T: at LKBANAforCOLUM
BU8; at Forest with Pittsburg. Fort Waynoand Ctii
cago Boad, Bast and West; at Clyde with C. and To
ledo Boad for Cleveland and Buffalo, Toledo, Detroit
WARK with the CCA C. Road for Cleveland aud
points East; alsoconnectsatflamlltonwUhJunctioli
Railroad for Oxford:
430 P. BI. TltAIN For Dayton. Bnringfleld
and tiandusky Connects at Forest with Pittsburg.
Fort Wayne and Chicago Boad, Kast and West; at
Clyde with C. and Toledo Rand for Clevelaudang Buf
falo, Toledo, Detroit and Chicago, Also, connects at
Richmond for Indianapolis, Ter re Haute, St. Louis
and Chicago. Alto, connects with Junction Railroad
at Hamilton for Ox tar (I.
1'. DI. TRAIN For Dayton, Troy, Piqna, Bid
ney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wayne and Oni
caco, reaching Chicago at 8 A. M.
fear The 6 and 8 A.M. trains connect at Cleveland
wltu steamers tor ttunalo,
I'.IT fl 1 r t h 11 r i.ifiirmn.iu. mnA NaWa 1 11.
Ticket offices north-east corner Frons aud Broad-
oil. in "uiuui-oi,, near uioson nov.se; at
the new Ticket OIBce, o the west sldo cf Vine-street,
between Poatofflca anil Rnrnat nimnAi u;.i2
Btreet Uouse, or at the Sixth-street Depot.
u. aiouanain, ounerintsndent.
COMMENCING APRIL 11.1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Dailv.
TIIREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Train Mo. 1 KipiMs.at 6 A, M., connects via
Columbus and Clevelaud.vial'olnmlmH.Cregtlineaud
Pittsburgh, via Oolumbu,, rlteubenville and Pitts
biirgh, DetroitviaClovelaadandstaamer. This Train
stops, between Cincinnati aud Columbus, at Leva
land, Deerneld, Morrow, Xenia, Cedarvllle. South
Charleston, London and West Jefferson.
Beconairain mo. express, at :m A.M., connects
via Colambns. Bellairand Uonwood: Wluinllnn. via
Colnmbaa, titeubenvillennd Pittsburg: via Columbus,
Orestllne and Pittsburg: via Columbus aud Clevu.
luud; Detroit, via Clovoland and steamer; White 811 1.
fihur Station, via Npringfleld. This Train stops be
ween Cincinnati and Columbus, at Plainvllle, Mil
ford, Miamiville, Loveland, Deerneld, Morrow, Cor.
win, Spring Valley, Xeuia and London.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:40 P. M for
Columbus and Bpringlield.
Fourth Train-Night Exproia, at 11:30 P. M. con
necta viaOblunibns, Bellairand llonwood; Whoollngj
vlu Oolumbns, Htoubenville and Pittsburg; via Co.
lumbus, Crestline and Pittsburg: via Columbus and
Cleveland. This train stops at Loveland, Morrow,
Corwln, Xenia and London. BLliilPiMU CARS ON
No. 1 Express, throngh to Cleveland wlthoutchsnge
No.2Kxpross,through to Wheeling without change
The NIGHT EXPRESS Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:30 1. M.,runadaily,oxceptHATCRl)AY8. Jus
oiner 1 rains run aaiiy, oxcept BUMDA 1 0,
Vor all Information, and Thrmiffh TirkAi
Through Tickets to Boi-
ion, new xorE, rnuaaeiniiia, ualtimore, Washing
ton, Buflalo. Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cievelaud,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
apply at the Offices, Walnut Street House, No. 1 Bur
net House, south-east corner ot Broadway and Froat
streets, and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which li seven min
utes faster than Cincinnati time.
... ! DCRAND, Bnp't.
Omnibuses callforp&ssengerg by leaving direction
at the Ticket Offices. my!7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI.
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO.
Vnly Cms Ulutnge ej van between UncutnaA
Three PassengerTralnsloaveOincbanatldallv. from
thefootof Mill and Front streets.
&A0 A. M. Chicago Mail arrivos at Indlanapolla at
10:30 A.M.; Chicago at 7:26 P.M. This train con
nects with all night trains on t of Chicago, for ths
12:110 M. Terra Haute and Lavfayette Accommoda
tion arrives at Indianapolis, at A:M1 P. M., making
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terro Hauta
Trains and Indianapolis and l.atayotto trains for
Decatnr.SpringiloM, KaplOB, Qiilncy, Hannibal and
Bt. Joseph; also with fern traius for Peru, FLWayua
e:(i f.ia. cnicagojsxpress arrives at Indianapolis
at 10:30 P.M.; Chicago at 7:4i A.M. Making close
connections at Chicago with all morning trains out
of Chicago. This train connects at Indianapolis
with Terre Haute traius for all points West aud
HlaeulnEoara are attached to all the nlsht trains
on this line, and run thiough to Chicago without
change of cars.
Tula IB exclusively a western ana nortn-western
route, and with favorable and reliable arrangements
with all connecting roads tluoughout the entire
West, guarantees nnnsual care and the amplest ac
commodations to the patrons ot this line.
mr ue sure yon are in toe rigut iicset omce oeiors
Ion purchase yonr tickets, and ask for tloksts via
iswrencebnrg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same as by any other route. Baggags
1'Uituuuti 1 iuketb, goes until naea, can te od
tained at the ticket offices, at Spencer House Corner,
north-east corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net House Corner; at the Walnut-street Home, and
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on Front street, where
all necesaary information may be had.
amnions. os mn to ana rrom sacn train, ana w
call for passengers at all hotels and all sarta of ths
oity, b leaving address at el ther office.
w. 11. xi. nunuiv.
mylO General Ticket Agent
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS. Cincinnati, Richmond &
xteffi1,0 Routo fov
TWO DAILY THROUGH TB AID 8 leaveBlxth street
Depot, at t A. M. and 4:30 P. M.
6 A. M.-lNPrANAPOLlB.BT. LOUIS ft OHIOA
00 IfAHT EX PRKSB.-Through diroct.maklng clots
connections for all other Western and North-western
points. This Train also connects at Richmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Xoko
mo, Logansport, and all points on Wabash Valley
i-sn P. M INDIANAPOLIS. CHICAGO A BT.
LOUIH NI01IT KX PRR83. The above Trains make
close connections at Indianapolis, Lafayntteaud Chl-
cBcro. with Trains tor Terre Jiauto. snr nsneiu. uocs
island, Qaleiburg, Kenosha, LaCcosse, Jacksonville,
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Mattoon, Naples,
Galena, lluincy, Prairie da Chlen, Pans, Peoriit,
Danleith, Racine, Decatnr, Bloomingtnu, Jollot, La
Halle, St. Paul, and all towns and cities in the North;
scTh rough, Tickets given and Baggage ohecked
For fnrther Information and Throngh Tickets, ap.
ply to Ticket Offices, north-east oorner ot Front and
Broadway; No. 16K Walnnt street, near Fourtli; at
south-east corner of Fourth and Vine street, or at
the Sixth-street Depot.
D. M. MORROW, injwKutendont.
Omnibuses will call for passenk . nr io:.v lug llietr
names at either of ths Ticket Olt .,
llo . W. H. Ii, Agent.
Manufacturers and vVbolesaleDsalera
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIM STREET, CINCINNATI
, , myT
Die. sam'Ij sifARij:
ESPECIALLT TREATS DISEASES OF
THE SKIN, RHEUMATISM, DlHKAHKS OF
WOMEN, and such Chronlo complaints as may ha
benefitted by lbs Hrgyenlo and Atmopathlo system
of his office.
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsento, Mercury, Tur
kish, Russian and Electro-Chemical Baths, a Die
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of Itlectrio
and Magnetic Apparatus.
NO. 67 WEST SIXTH-8TREKT. '
AaVVSts hears J A. M, t t P, M, auH-tft
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