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THE PRESS.
emeu, 14 twt swath-stum.
fuiday..
-OCTOBER 81
IN THE WOODS.
I walked alone la depths of Autumn woods;
Th rathlesa wlude UJol If ft tbe maple bare:
The fern ni withered, and ihe eweeibrlar's breath
Ma longer gave iu fragrance to the Mr.
The berberry ttranr It oorsl beads no more;
The thtatle-down cn tensy wiuga bed Sown;
And myriad leavet, on which the Hurauior wro
tier blushing farewell, ai ms feat werestroen.
A loneliness pervaded every; pot; ', ' . .u.
A floom or which my muslug son! partook,
AH Netnre m-mrne, I said; November wild
lltih torn the fairest pages from her boot
.. i. i -
Bntsvddenlye wild bird, overhead '
Poured forth astralneoetrangelrcltnrana tweet,
ItseeniedtohrlnginebecktheetleeofMer,
And wake the sleeping violets at my feet.
than lout I pondered o'er th pool's words,
"The 'ose of lieeuty la not always low," .
Till Ilka the voice of Iota they a untied my pun,
And gaia ma irengrh to boar aiialn my croae.
0 murmuring heart! thy pleeeuree ma? decay!
1 hy faith grow oolrt.t by gnlden dreiuia take Wing;
lilll In the realm i f fadnl yontli aud Jny,
UaaTeo kindly leaves aome bird f hope to ling.
"Consider Me Smith."
. There is Tory good story in the papora
of the day of a joke (?) which was played
by the Ker. Dr. Caldwell, formerly Presi
dent of the University of North Carolina.
The doctor was a email man, and lean,
hut as hard and angular as the most ir
regular of pine knots. lie looked as if
he might be tough, but he did not seem
strong. Nerertheless, he was, among the
knowing ones, reputed to be as agile as a
"eat ; and in addition, was oy no means
deficient in knowledge of the "noble art
of eelf-defense ;" besides, he was as eool
at a eneumber. t'
Well, in the freshman elassof a eertam
year, was a burly mountaineer of eighteen
or nineteen. This genius conceived
great contempt for the doctors physical
dimensions, and his soul was horrified
that one so defioient in musole should be
to potential in hit rule. ,
Foot Jones that's what we'll call
him had no idea of moral foree. . At
any rata,, he was not inclined to knock
under, and be controlled despotipttUy by
a man that he imagined he could tie and
whip. He at length determined to give
the gentleman a genteel private thrashing
tome night in the eollege campus, pre
tending to mistake him for some fellow
student.
Shortly nfter, on a dark and rainy
night, Jonea met the doctor .crossing the
earap'ia. Walkingup to him abruptly,
"Hello, Smith I You rascal I Is that
yea?" And with that he struck the
doetor a blow on the side of the face that
had nearly felled him.
The doctor said nothing; but squared
himself, and at it they went Jones's
youth, weight and musclo mado Trim an
"oily customer ;" but after a round
two the doctor's eeionco 1)egan to tell,
and in a lort time he was -a-atraddle on
his chst, with, one hand,' PtPJ&i throat
and the other dealing vigorous cuffs on
the side of his head.
"Ah stool' 1 beg your pardon, doctor!
Doctor Caldwoll, a mistake I For heft
Yen's sake, doctor," groaned Jones, who
thought he was about to be eaten up,
really thought it was Smith I"
The doctor replied with a word and
Wow alternatively, "It makes no differ
no for all present purposes; consider
me Smith 1"
And it is eaid that the doetor gave
Jones such a pounding, then and there,
as probably prevented his ever making
another mistake as to personal identity,
at least on the college campus.
A few years bzo a hatchot-fneed.
hound dog-loohine individual strayed into
a little town on tne nenneooc xtiver,
the ,tate of Maine, r and commenced
"one horse" newspaper, designed to black
mail the inhabitants. A little moroeau
of scandal hc.d just been whispered
eertain circles in regard to ono of
finest country girls in the vicinity. The
"editor" oould net resist . the temptation
to i speculate; so he Bent word that
nartiea had better call and compromise,
or he would "blow the thing." The next
morninc one of the most blooming
accomplished young women any where
to be met, called at the "sanctum,"
inquired for tbe editor. "I am the indi
vidual you want, 1 expect," said the hun
gry knight of the quill, bowing his cadav
erous body almost to the earth: "Will
yon please to walk down stairs? You
ypa wished to see us about that 'matter."
Hushing in eager haste to the foot of
steps, he found himself in immediate con
tact with a long-legged, long-armed, over
grown, and most ferocious looking "down
tatter."; . ... .
" Are yon related to this girl?" said
, amaied editor,, his frame trembling
as atpen leaf. , . t
"No, but we fight on general account
for the women up hero, and I've come
over to clean out this shop."
A preoipitate retreat was of course
attempte.d but in vain.
"down-easter" got the editor down, prom
ising to pound him "until the .woman
should say enough." The young
stood by nntil the editor's identity
no longer traceable, when she brought
the matter to a close by cooly remarking:
"You needn't kill him if he'll stop
. paper!" .
Comment is unnecessary; the editor
go on' his knees and apologized to
lady, and promised to close his literary
labors in, Maine at once, v ; The next
found him moving with immense velocity
to fairer and more liberal climes.
Finding The Road. A Yankee
the other day in Dauphin County,
rode up to a Duchman cutting bushes
alone the fence, and asked him the
to Harrisburit.
"To Harrisburg. ' Veil, you see
roat, pon de hilt?" pointing in that
tion. -
"0 Yet. I see it" '
'Yell, den, you mtisht not take dat
x on tee dit roat by w ooai oanxr
-"Yes,": ,, .
. " Yell, dat ish not ter roat, too, but
, must go right straight by tee barn
and ven yon see von roat jhustso,'
ing his elbows, and describing at
. Same time,) and ven you kit dere,
i right along till yo get furrier. Yell,
yon will turn tee botato patch round,
bridge Over de river up stream, and
hill up, and tirectly you see mine
rdtr, Fritz's parn, shingled mit starw,
' dt loutf where mine prodder lives,
dell yon bettef tt I can. And you
little bit fiirder, you tee two roats
mast not take both of 'em." r
. .. The Yankee rode off at the top of
'tpted.
Printing in America.
a
or
1 The following article relative to this
subject we find in the "Printer." , It will
bo found quite interesting 89 showing
where and by whom the first newspapers
were started in the United States :
The first printing press in North
America, as we learn from Coggeshalfs
Newspaper Record, was established at
tho city of Mexioo, ubnut the year 1600.
The first press "worked'' in the Amerioan
Colonies was "set up" at Cambridge,
Mass., in 1629. The Rev. Jesse Glover
prooured thia press, by "contributions of
friends of learning and religion" in Am
sterdam and in England, but died on hia
passage to the new world. Stephen Day
was the first printer. In honor of his
pioneer position, Government gave him a
grant of three hundred aores of land. ,
j Pennsylvania was the second Colony to
enoourage printing. William Bradford
came to Pennsylvania with William Penn,
in 1686, and established a printing pross
in 1'uiladelphia. In 1692 Mr. Bradford
was induced to establish a printing press
in New York. Ho received forty pound
per annum and the privilege of printing
on his own account Previous to thia
time there had been no printing done in
the province of New York, liis first
issue iu New York was a proclamation,
bearing tho date of 1692.
It was nearly a centuay after a printing
press had been set up in Now England,
before one wouia ue wieraisa in irgmita.
The Southern Colonists had no printing
done among them till 1 1 - .
There was a printing press at Cam
bridge, Massachusetts, 1629 ; at Philadel
phia, Pennsylvania, 1686; at Now York,
New York, 1692; at New London, Con
necticut, 1709 ; at Annapolis, Maryland,
1726 ; at Williamsburg, Virginia, 1779 ;
at Charleston, South Carolina, 1730; s
Newport; Bhode Island, 1732; at Woodt
bridge, New Jersey, 1752; at Newborn,
North Carolina, 1755; at Portsmouth,
New Hampshire, 1756; at Savannah,
Georgia, 1762.
The first printing press established in
the North-west Territory, was worked by
Win. Maxwell, at Cincinnati, in 1793. The
first printing executed west of the Missis
sippi, was done at St Louis, in 1808, by
Jacob Hinkle.
There had been a printing press in
Kentucky, in 1786, and there was one in
Tonnessee, in 1793; in Michigan in 1809;
in Mississippi in 1810. Louisiana had a
press immediately after her possession by
the Vnited States.
Printing was done in Canada before
the separation of the American Colinies
from the mother country. Halifax had a
press in 1751, and Quebec boasted of a
press in 1764.
In 1725 there were five newspapers
in the United States; in 1775 there were
thirty-four; in 1800 about two hundred;
in 1825 about six hundred ; in 1830 about
one thousand; in 1840 about one thousand
four hundred; m 1850 about two thou
sand three hundred. In 1860 there will
be at least five thousand.
Who Paid for the Kiss!
a
in
a
ip
the
the
and
and
said
the
the
like
im
mediately The
lady
A stout drover, on his way to a certain
town, with twenty or thirty beeves, passed
by a farmer's bouse, in the front of which
happened to stand a remarkably buxom,
blooming woman, tne iarraer s wue. in
flamed with the sudden passion of admi
ration, the dustv-footed traveler ap
proached the motionless beauty, and, not
knowing how else to enter into conversa
tion. asked for a class of water. It was
willinzlv brought to him; but, in retura
ing the glass, he suddenly threw his arms
around tier, pressed her close to his heart,
and gave her tho most sonorous of unmis
table kisses, whioh fury appeased,' the
rough customer once more overtook his
cattle.
The farmer was in a field not far off,
and to call him am make enraged report
of the proceeding, was the work of as few
minutes as possible. Instantly unhicbing
the plow-horse, the injured hushand
mounted and rode after the invader of bis
rights, overtook and tempestuously ao
cused him.
The guilty purloiner was not going
detena nimseit, However, un tne con
trary, he confessed humbly that he was
in the wrong regretted tbat be could
not cive back to the lady the kiss he had
so culpably taken from her without bcr
permission but pleaded for pardon on
the ground that the temptation was too
strong for human resistance. She was
too beautiful ! Would not the wronged
spouse compromise say for five dollars
or so?
Between the oompliment to hit wife
and the sight of the pocket-book, the in
jured hushand was mollified took a ten
dollar bill gave back a "five" for change,
and returned, thinking himself, on the
whole, no poorer for the transaction,
which frame of mind he remained till,
bringing the ten-dollar bill to light again,
for a purchase, a fortnight afterward,
found that it was a counterfeit ? Five
dollars for the kiss, but who paid it ? -
that
the
day
trav
eling road
dat
direo
roai
yon
dare,
(bend
, the
keep
den
de
de
prod-
data
ile'll
go
you
-
hit
tafWt were honored last year
having a senior for a next door neighbor.
Ho wan one of those peculiar men, (hat
onoe teen can never be forgotten.
Many a time hare we gazed wita aston
ishment at the peculiar ezpertness
manifested in mastering his duties with
the leant possible effort Real mental
exertion was something to which he
a stranger, and yet no member
of the class maintained his position
better. Nothing was more conspicuous
than his wit ; and that alone saved him
many a fall, when colled upon unexpect
edly to recite.
It is related that when engaged with
the rest of bis class in the most celestial
study of Astronomy, he, as usual, came
to the recitation-room one day having
vague idea of the orbits and motions
the ditterent planets wnion were
tonio of the dav's lesson.'
Well, "in the course of human events"
it became his turn to recite.
: "Mr. O." said the Professor to our
tell us all you know about Jupiter.
., 1 IJ j
tne way, now wouiu you conjugate
terY"
"It is a noun, sir," said G., 'Td rather
deolineit"
"Well, then," ezolaimed the Professor,
a little vexed at having been oanght in
evident a mistake, "how would you
it 7'
'' "Most "respectfully," was the laconic
reply. .;.-; -i
The Professor pronounced ' it capital,
and passed to the next with a new
Kenyon Collegian... ... .
BU3INESS CARDS.
ALEXANDER JOHNSTON, V,.
AUCTION AM) COMMISSION MER
( HANT-Sh.m r.wnvNo 7 Kaat Third attest
Wi.l attend to tie sale of ltoal Satato, lereoual
Prone ty. Dry 0 odl, II irdwer. Hate, Boola, uoe,
Oroierlel, rurim jo. Havlug prooured the
services of lompeieut salesman, all business wi t
u.eeiwith dlipaicn aud pmrnpt returns Caihed.
vanetl u.n'e n goods fur publl.i aalea. Consign
ueuti tolicite. Eafrr to merahanta generally.
loclt am)
RAILROAD HOTEL,
(Fronting the Steamboat Landing.) .
North-wart Corner IJroauway and front.
CISOINllaTI, CBIO.
B.F. LEVERING, Proprietor.
orf-cm
TO PROCURE THE VERY B18T
STBNCIL. MAimiNB PLATS
That can be mode lu the city goto
33. 3fc. POWERS,
li6 Walnttt-et., bet. Third and fourth,
( Next uovr to the Miujoulc leuiple.) .
H M. t. baa I Urea Diploma, awarded aim for tie
beat work
ucl-ain
WE MOREHOUSE & CO.,
M 4NDf OTOaiM ajiD Diauui in
FURNITURE, . CHAIRS, AND ALL
kind, of al.ur.aaee and Bedding, at the old
Hand, No. 134 Sycamuw-etrtet, eaat side, between
Fuurin and Tifib-aireete, seventh, etore above
rounh eueet, Cburab few lined and ouabloued.
All onlan promptly attended to. ool-eea
A NDBRSON AHANSAFOED.ArcUltect,
A. Uamcbeeiar Building, ,
tf. VP. corner Third nd 8remer (law
jyj qiKcmnATi. cam.
Book Binding
TTN ALL ITS BKANUnHo,
NO. 8 ISAST
M.
fourth-street, between )Ula and Alcanna, Cin-
u"aU. iu.t.L
eMTtte-Dinatngin ereTreiyie. "X .Anvetu
It and dumbly bound. 0. vBOrPSM.
D. DE FOREST,
Book Binder aud Paper Buler,
Third storr Times Bnilding, will do all wwrk to hi
line wltn neatneaa uu ui.ri.ivu. -
PULLAN b WILLI AlrMOJT,
(At the old stand of Fnllan, HalSeld A BrownJ
WHOLESALE GROCERS"
Bo. U WIST BBOOSPBT,,
OUOOTAfai
jMirm wtllaii, fcrmerlr of FnUaa. Hatneld Urowi
. u . wMtiMtni. Bnrj7-Biuw
THOS. H. WEA8NER.
DIAL1E ni ALL KINDS Off
BUILDING LT7HBER, LATH,
SHINQbES, ITO ETU.,
ST1 Flam Street, ClnoUmatl, Obis).
B. KITTREDttlfi c uu.
13 MAIN STRUCT, CINOIBHATI, .
KITREDGE & FOL80M,
55 gt. OUarles strast, Nsw Orlsans, la.,
Importer of Oan K Sporting Apparatus,
akd DSitiss m opk rowp-
L11XBIBT 1TL. .
CLEANKR3 OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. 94 Sltb-stret, between Vine and Bce, Id
.h. m.;iii ().,ileire. (Jluolnnnti. Oblo. Feraons ho
,iny taenr ue with their patronage, can rely on ponfl-
r,mi t and low onces.
DENTAL CARDS.
0. l"K8Mt.
. a. amiB
M I T H,
B O N 9 A L. I.
ft S
DENTISTS, j
11V Wtil Six tn.etroet,
CTKOIKSATI. SfpKn
No.
J. TA PT,
ntuaceaaor to Knowlton A Talt.)
I
DENTIST.
Hm. iti Weal fourth t bat. U'alnnt oV Vine
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
sep34 , -
t. u. bam baa sam
Drs. HAMLEN t SHITU,
OJUNTTIrSTS,
Ho. 3 West Fourth St.
DR. 8. WARDLE,
33 1ST T X & 1
Offloe No. 1!13 Wst Fourth etroot,
iHrWINNTI.OHII
H .8. WINSLOW,
IDEIKTTISn?.
NO. 151 SrOANOBB 8THKIT, BELOW FITTR
MEDICAL CARDS.
to
in
on
MEDICAL.
DR. J. WILSON'S 0ffioe,6t) West Fourth
street, where he may be coniultad daily for all
female Complaints, Inflammation of the Cervix,
I'rolapane Uteres, all dlaplaeenieota of the Womb,
.Spinal and Cerebral atructlona, and other organic die
raaoa coiumon to femalea. Tbe Doctor's long eipe
Hence and recent discovery In the treatment of tba
above dist aaea, enn not rail to give entire aaiiaiaennn.
The Doctor is agent for a Knropeau rsmale monthly
Pill; price 21 ana two stamps.
ault-3m
DRS.B. EHRMAN&W.C. LEECH.
nOillfEOPATUlSXS. i
orrioi no,
Uffloe hours from
ir cm
4
BITINTH STBBIT.
A. It., 1 teg, and 7 to I, P.M.
Be Is KEWTON, M. D.
Offlw, 90 WMt S.veath ItTWt,
tarwiM mi tn no.
O. E. NEWTON. M. D.
Ornca-Ns. 0 West Seventh street, between Tins
end Baca. Buidmcc Ho- M Seventh street, be
ween Walnnt aud Vine. OFrict Horjas-7 to
he
JEWELRY.
by
be
ap
peared (?)
of
me
hero.
By
L.T
uupi'
so
de
cline ques
tion. n. p.
New
I, LI AS'
Wholesale
WITCH & JEWELRY HOUSE
1R WAst. eVm-irtri Hfrnnt
Wnsre oan bs had every article appertalnlni tb
Business at muoh lesa price, for CASS, than
has ever before been offered in tbls market.
GIVE U$ A CALL
Apd see for yourselves. : pt
WM. WH I TAKER.
JEW ELS a,
Ho. UH Oor. Fifth and Lodge streets, berwee
naiiiua auu mo, vinciannii,
A food aaortmeatofbILVKRnd PLATIDWABl,
ornjiAuiiO bm'.i apt wusunujoo Dvna.
Special attention gWeo toOlMutng and Baptrtn
TWHirilieH rIIO .IwWnirF. BIT HI
BBGGS f SMITH, No. 3 Wast 4tb
ABB NOW UECEIVINO ADDITIONS
their large aMortmsnt of Watches, Jewelry.
Silverware and Diamonds.
A line essortmant of Plated Tea Sets and Cutlery
;S-too ttm
iew)i wjnmnoo puu oj-ojiisjh moo "S
"00 2J H3HVH A. 'JA
-sis pfl pns tjui-. j .nvuod - of 'loiiraa
11!n tuition SJij5d jiioa 'aauiqoeur mmej
uuj jtpun pus jaddn qioo, Cpjioa itvo; feuieJJsrT-
. SllrlrU Pii PUB UJOO
RICHARD KENNEDY,!
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER
No. 17 Ktoie-itreet, Colwmbai, Ohio,
mtr Lmt for the WIBKLT lOilKTiriO AB
IS AH. - ..-.Vv sell-e
SEWING MACHINES.
W
i
the
I
St
TO
'il
uaa
j
WILTSEE BROTHERS,
' DEALEBS is-
TOUNO-'S ,
Improved TwO'Threaded lock-Stitoh
FAMILY SEWIN U MACHINE
25, 30 and 885.
KceaFlfth-alrMt,
WfLV MUOTB, OOTOBBB U TO
No. 6 West Fourth-street,
Orar Beggs A Smlrh a.
WaTAgoata wanted
Address
W1L.T4KB DllOTURMi Agrmlfc
el
If. pox J.J1. t-mpn.
$30. 630. $30. $30.
MOOIIETJB
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitoh
FMILVSEW1GUINES
SIOCBID BY B1CJNT L1TTBB8 PATENT,
fWHIh - MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO-
MitTTljvii hv mil MimA.rml ludarra
ho
m-
bare Sean it. to be tba neat ana moat aueiraoie rum
ilj Sewing Machine STsr lniroduoed, regnrrtlesa
of price. It will sew all kinda of faniilT a0"11'
irom me Terr wicaeeiiw.nTrj uuvmw."w,
and usee all kintle of thread, from No. S to 20u,
HI,. " I lm wwmmA am ln.nl fk. ,1 U P ll I Mf.
Seud tur circular, or rail and ire it in oprratloB.
Upon earlv applicalion, Slate and OouutBigbtesaaj
An eaergetle peraon ean make a fbrtone In a short
.me. Ai...-a)
le and axeluilre agent for the United State,
sepUfnit ttS Went ronrth-street, Claclnpatl,,
SEWING Mi CHINES,
CTIXCHINS THB 8AHB Off BOTH
sides, leering ao ridge or skein, an! Inposalble
lo rarel. Tor spaed, aoouraer or ease of Bosloa, tke
Illlptls Maehlne Is without ertral. ".
OinoioBade Offlee 59 Wee Fanrtb usreet.
KELSEY & CO.'S ,
SEWLNG-MICHLNES
Offloe80 West Fourtlmtreeti
. r ' OINOINNATr,
YIEfl ASK 01 A DI3C71IMIXATING
w w eobllo. In pnranlt of reliable Sewing-Ha-chine,
tba most rigid oomrarlaon at the m.rlta of
three llachineswltn all otnerw In the market. We
court It, being aura It will reault In our raror. i ; !.
O. W. HARRINGTON A CO..
n- . ..Aaenta.
SINGER'S SEWING KACniNES.
"Wets JWeWto 350, 3T3,' 6110 owdf !M,
Singer Wevr Family Hewing Machine,
The mica of which Is onlv S90. Is a liirht and elecant.
I; decoratd Machine, capable of performing, in the
Deatstyie, an tnosewing oiw pnaw laiunr. .i
dinger's Transverse Hhnttle Machine,
TntutanM t I7. la a Machine entlrelv new In Ite ar
rangement; it ia rer? beautiful, moves rabidly and
rerr easily, and, ror ramny nee ana ngni mannrac
taring purnneea.la the rery best and olieapeat Ma.
cmne ever ouereo u iue puuuu. ...
dinger's No. 1 Standurd Shnttle niaeblne,
rormerly sold at SIM. but now reduced to SI in, la
known all over the world. Ever? sort of work ean
bo done with It.
dinger's No. 'A Standard Shuttle .Wnelilnti;
Tbis is the favorite manufacturing Machine evart
where Price, who tame complete, iw
geud tor s Circular.
,. JAM ES. IKARDOR.
, Agent tor J. H. SIngor A Oo.
Ne, S Enet Fnarili etreet.
JM-v . OIN01WW ATI, OHIO
WrB. DOBD8,
ronnerly ol ttalUDodits A l)o. : late TTrban.Doddii A
Wa D.' Dpteds Sc Co..
uiroirAonmiBS or ni
Fire and Burfflnr Proof
f3 JD 13 I
B. Wa Corner ef Vine o Seaond ttreats.
m.i. I. rellablo riSH ART) BUEQLA
PBOOF 8ATI tbat la made In the United States, and
is warranted perfectly flee from damp. Dan be sold
at lower prices, and is 01 belter wommeuanip sua
oanbsrounasiaewnere. ,
. . v . . UA ...
vye nae a large msvi.iuvh.vb uwiu..ini u.
larmlnea to sail at pnoss taat omnnua ntu an pieaee.
Old Safe
in agoMBge,- Bjtuun v-nasijj sum ai
ways on nana at extremal? low prices, - - in
Q-as 'fixtures.
AT REDUCED PRICES
YirB IIAVB ON HAND THB LARGEST
IT variety aud beat seleated assortment ofOas
rbturea In Cincinnati, coneiatlng of all tbat Is now
r deairable in tne uaa r iure line.
v7m -rirr&nt even 1'lxture ws sell to be eonal. both
In material and fliilili, to any that is told In this o
any other market, and In addition will gnarent
them to retain their eolor and remain perfect fo'flve
years from tbe time they are put up by ue. ......
vail, awe, auu ozauniue (.urnim;,
.... u MoHENRT A OAKSOIf.
Irll-cm - lrjil Wain street, nenr IronrBt
JtOOFJCi ! HOOFING
TnB OUTCAIaT ELASTIC ME
TALLIC BOOTINQ" fs offered to the public
as tbs beet and eDenpeet met at ooi now oaeo,
merits tested by an experinoe of years in thia city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
buildings. HO ooioeruseo laeianea securely wnu-
out axpoanrs to the action of the elements.
Pre
k. if
United States, ean be applied by any ene with
ordinary mechanical skill. Ordftn promptly filled.
i VAUV" iiiii m w,
' .181 WeatHeoond street.
DR. SAUI'jL 81I,SB
ESPECTAILT TEEAT8 DISEASE8
THS SKIN, BHEVHATIBU, DISEASKS
WOMKN, and aneh Chronle complaints as maybe
benefitted by the Bygf enle and Atmopatlaie gytteni
of his offlee.-
Tapor. Sulphw, Iodine, Arsenic, Mercury, Tur
kish, Bosnian and lleotro-Ohemloel Baths, a Oil
penaary of Medicine, and every ntanner ef BlKtrle
and MagueLlc Apparartia.
KO. 67 WI8T BIXTH-BTBIBT.
aVsrniSeeliearsSA.M.teSP.U. -' t arr1-W
At the Old Established Stand,
MIAHT TITTB. BET. MAIN AND SYCAMORE.
I HAVE A LARGE AND DESIRABLE
stock of Honashula and Oflloe Furniture,
.M..nitrand h.nrl. nonalatlna of fine bedate&rle.
sofas and parlor chairs, Braaaels and ingralncarpt-ta,
t il-olQtU, cutlery, eto. A fins ssaortntaut of conn
tar., helvlnz. ofnee deskl and atoola. etc. ' Alao.
atock 01 Diuiara ttoiee, pianoa, aiini niarois-iop
souuters ana taoieson anno ana ior.ni. iuw.
. tii nr si a taviitu ra it
J. J. BCTLER'I
Kxcelttor Fluid fnk.
' ' MannfraftoTT. 3f Vine. St.
14
STAR MILL3 A SUPERIOR BRANS
of extra White Wheat Tlour, warranted to please,
in stort ana ror taie or
JoriK riBOTJ'OK, Orocer,
, bait oi ' Cor-rr Hlnth and Vlni-airwta.
TalTEW CIDER FIRST OF TUB SEA60N
Xw and a very fine article, Jnat reolved by
JOHN rCRnDSON.Orocar.
coll
Corn'-r Ninth and Viof-rlreeta.
hvTew Buckwheat. a vert bupe
Xw RtOK article ef Trmh Sroond NewBockwhaat,
lost received and for sale ,0. .
JOH TEROCSON.Orocer,
Csraer uth and TUettxee a.
lisaaseoay,
INSUEANCE.
a
!
iu
Of
both
a
Y 8 X ATE AXfTHORIXT,
nenrpm ited 1819. Charter Perpetual
Sfer Aeei r sstabllshedln I InclnnaU in 1 Hii, an
tedating i preewt liioal Insureooetiomvanlesaoo
Agencies "l tbe Insnrenee biialiisea In this city. 3.1
years con ant duty bere, comblnod witb wealth, ex
perience, .OierpriT MM IU.I.'llJ, rywimJ v.-.-
cnand the TN A lnauranoe O'mpany to tbe ravora
ki. ....An.oaj.ff rhi. M,n,n,ntilartMndincaoiitaiY
and alone tea sols survivor and liflag pioneer of
Cincinnati unde rwrite" of 18-JS.
I.oaetM raid In f lnrlonntl dcirtoc aat Five
I caret 9 Mi u .
Cash Capital iWl,OOp.OOO.
ABHOLUM AND OKIMPAIEKD.J WITH A
8UKPi.Ua UK l,03t,43 SO.
And the prestige of 40 yparssncoeesandsiieaaanae,
IKVKSTMIKTg OF
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securltiei.
III'WARDS OC 8l'i,0O0,O0O, LOSSES),
Have bean paid by the 2Ktua luauranoe Company in
mm mmA i.i.miI Nn.iit ntii.n.-BlakB accented
at terms conelstout with solvency snd lair prottta,
itpecial attention given to inaurajice ei vmump
hJl n..n,.nt. ffrt Um. tit I tn Ar . .
Annlication made to any duly athorlied Agent
nroniDilv attended to. By strict nrtentlon to a legit-
....,. rn.,,pi.nf.. hi,1neti.. thia nomrtanv la enabled
to offer both Indemulty lor uie put ana eeoumy ivr
the future.
t nciea laanea wiiouuiaeiny uj
JAH. a. VA
.TKIt, Agent, Ho. to Mala itrset.
r. I'ATU
K. UbID.IT, Age
a, flhnoirrtvui
A.ft!fttuut Aaant.
1 171 Vine street.
J.J. HOOKA
, ArfODt.Talton. 17th Ward.
and
TO HOUSEKEKPERS.
Ireportnnt ImproTment!
TELTiS' PATENT
FOLDING SPRING M1TRESS
WBtwin 05XT C LESI MAKTjrACTDXH),
DnSOLMAlI ARB BETAlIi, BT ,
BENNETT Si CO.,
ftfi-ea ' ' ' ' Sycamore street, neiow
HALL'S
PATUXTe
ffl II R MOST R EM ABTiB FIhis AND
. BURGLAR rROnrrtAFES-They have given
more aatlafnctlon than nny otriwr now In He. ,
We otter a rewitro oi i.mi r lltA . l mn..
I.AU4 to anv Demon that wit., up to the nreacot
llnie,howlngle liiatanoe wherein they havefHlled
to preirve their ciitonta.
TV n HUB on r Ei wo cunitrita nil vviii.T.un.u,
being the best Pire Proof, Burglar Pi oof, or Fire
and Rurglar Proof now made; and are willing
test wltn auy eatiiDiiannieni in me union, aim
nanvralllne Bret, to forfeit to the other, the sum
Of s.iaai '
We are prepared to lurnlah s better Safe, and at
ooat, than auy other manufacturer In the United
MHtea. - -
Vecond-hand Sarea of other rankers, nleo on nana.
WeredDr ctfnll? Invite the nubile to cull and exam
ioeoitretookbeforeo'ivclmiiiiBi -iBwhere.
U A I.I,, ( 11111)1,1. uu.,
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholio, and
IU P41N8 THE 8T03IACII ft BOWELS.
Blade by GEO. . LIunT,
WH0I38ALI DRUQOI8T, CINCINNiTI.
TOB SALE BT JOUM D.PARK, 8CIKE
at IN IE A r,n . and Druaa-lats ctnerallr. Or
Order
at Williamsou A HATriaui, ho. 41 Walnut atreet
w)l be attended to. . aull-tnovl
, GLASGOW AND KEW YORK
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
OTAK TO SLAS!K)7,J.rv:iSPOOL,DLTAST,
' DUBLIN AN L0ND0HDT.BAT
TOB 0O. .... . ... , .
. rmOM HIWTOEg.
glaaaow. Therason, Wsdnaeday. ine. It, at U
dlnbnra;h,0mming..Waclnaaay, June 1, "
Slaaaow. Thomson...-. ,: " July, "
dlnburli,OTimmljig.. " JulrW, "
; raotiausoew;
Edinburgh, Onmmln(...Satnrday, May T.
glnegow, ThomBon...Wedneaday, July W.
dlnbargh, Cumming... " Julys.
Bates of Paasags from Nsw Tork. rhlladelpbla
Boston, to Glasgow. Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin
Londonderry, Brat class, $7S. Steerage, found
B aounaance oi properiy-oooaea proviawne, taoiF.
An exoerieuoed Hurgeon attached to each steamer.
Ho charge for modtcinre.
got s reigui or raaaaxo, appir ao
anw ki i.nr ii
BmiitriTKtri, 7ryd,,
I. X. Ia.
iLflc xj i" ny
AFTER MANY TEARS OF PRACTICAL
experience In the art of Mnttard-mahang,
proprietors oner tbe abovs brand of Mnatard ttbe
UI1I0, guaranteeing it a ainvtiy uur. article, mauu
Wtured from the beat outlitvof seed, earefnllv
looted with thedwign of producing a Mnatard clUPE-
fio'w1 A'tAr We haveno bealtauon In savin,
tnatail lovers oi gooo siuauaruwiii una mo l. A..
to be tbat which they so frso.uently fail to obtain.
MU3TAKD TH AT 18 MUSTARD,
vsTOrders promptly rilled.
HARRrSON 3c VIUBOTS,
ftfj 89 nnd I M Wtilppt-strrct.
Mcrrell'g Blackberry Anodjfnc.
T1HIS MEDICINE 13 OFFERED TO
. anhhe Mnunnnf tl,a beat. If not thevorv beat
icine that bat ever been Invented for Diarhbka,
snisrv, OHOltRi lavanTtTM, ann an oauer uerani
mentanf the Htomacb aud Piieetlve Oicaus. whi
arosoprralantnnd fatal In our oonofry corrects
in 0c re: ted conanica oi tn. i'i.n aiiii. CTor.ue
It. Kit a, such ae is oaneed by Teetlilog.-glves
4iu jeaituy acuou to .m. uvw,..i.,iuu wuubi.w.
pl.aom
to tat lyj-opiT
money! JTloney! Money!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
aessoveA front otl west BUtta-.treet.
MONET tOANED OS WATCHES,
LBT and all kluda of Merchandise, .t
rates of Intereat, at Bo. 171, Vlna-streat, between
Tourth and Finn.
v'' Composition Hoofing.
THE nnderatgnad It prepared te pat
Composition Hoof ef tne best nalltr at
aotlce.
offirelt JAB. Brnce't (Jerrlage Repostatry,
aerTblrd and Vine.
V Booflng material eoastantly oa kaad.-and
aale. M?JT-m J M nAblb
H. CAMPBELL & COl,
ANUFACTURER? OF BAR. 8HBf,T
and Roller Iron. Plrrv Slaba. Ballroad
f.to. . ilao, Agents for the sale of Irontoa Star
Warerooma
no.
It Eaat Second Street, Clncinnat
Tatat-ll sliirl. Iron '"eWIr
,'l Qna fi-.nl A51 i
-arrraa. tstr .irpn Tun Vnn ..twi
TUST REVIVED AND FOR 8 ALE,
M One DoUarier gallon. Iiy .
o . B. DiWI lit, Grocer,
StpsfOM
wi aaast sjout-ttreta
m&iM iPH! fill 1
RAILROADS.
JUNE 20.1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton. RAILROAD.
F
OtJR DAILY TRAIS8 IKAVB THu
Sixth-street Daiwt. -
Tralna run tbrounb to Indlananolls, Lima, Ma.
dusky and (Jleveiaud without change of cats. -
Tlirougn Ticaeu tor an miaiern, weaiern, uora.
ern and North-weHtrn citiee.
tt A ill. HX.fU.KHrt TKAin (uoinmont time,
which tsteven uilnules taster ihan Olncluuatl) Vox
(Jleveland and Pituburg, via Delaware, makes close
oonuectiou at Orvatllne for Pitttburg, Baltimore,
Philadelpbia ana new iora; ana at uioveiauu bdt
Dunkirk, Buffalo, Bost 'n and New Tiork. Alao.eon
nects at Dayton with lay ton and Michigan koiid lot
Troy, Piqiia. bidney, Lima, Toledo, JJetrolt, rort
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Toledo atS:M, Detroit
at (:0U, and Chioago at 7:10 P. a Qulncy and 0a'
at 7 A. lit. Also, at Dayton wim ureeuvnieanu manu
Boad for Greenville, Uuloc, Winch,-ater and M an
cle.
le. Aino, eonweta at Ulcbmond with JudianaUaa.
ral Boad, for Indlanapolia. J-efeyette, 'blcogo. Terr
i ante, St. Louis, aud all Western olr .s. Also, at '
tral I
Hlnhmund with Ulnclneatl and Chicago Boad. for
. .) W .1 -.. .1 !.. . I .i ranBMb wfli, :
Junction Kail road at Hamilton fur Oltvrd.
H A. ai. BIAIl. TUAIN-For Dayton, Sprlnf.
Add and Sauduaky OuneOe at Sanduaky wlfb
bTKAMBK for DKI'BIUT: at UBBAN A lorUOLDM-
BUS; at Jforeatwltb Pittsburg, port wayneetiauot-
cago Boad, alust and west; at (Jiyue aim v. ana lo- i
ledo Uoad for Ulevelmd and Buffalo, Toledo, Detroit
and Chicago,
This train also couueota at DiLA.
WAKa witb
the ().. 0. A O. Koad for Cleveland and
points Kat; alaooonneets at MeuilltvB with Junction
Kaiiroad for Oxford. -
430 tf. IU. TRAIN-Tor Day ten, Springfield
and bandueky Connecta at Toreet with Pittsbnrg, t
sort Wayne ana unicago itoaa, aiaet anil weet: at
Clyde with 0. aud Toledo HoaxI for Cleveland ang Duf.
falo, Toledo, Detroit aud Chicago. Alao, connvots at
Blchinond tor lndianapolia, Terrs Haute, St. Louis .
and Chicago. Alao, oonueetawlth Junotioa Ballroad
at Hamilton for (Ixford,
r. il. Til AIN-ror Dayton, Troy, Plana, Slus
ev. Lima. Toledo. Detroit. Tort Warns and Chi.
caOj roauhing Chicago at 4 A. M. - -
eer ine auu ja.ji. (rams eenieoi at viSTslsaa
with steamsr. fr biifHlo.
Tor further Information and Tlcketa. apply at Hie '
Ticket otScee north-east eoraer front and Broad.
way; Mo. ltu n alnut-atnot, nar Ulbeoa Ueuee) at
the new Tiuk.t Olflc, o-i t bo west side ef T lae-etreel
lmtween Poabtfnoe and Do .-not llonae: at tha Walnae
Btrast Hoite, or at the Ilk tb el net Depot.
auia i. aiui.aitttw. FigMrinrenqeng.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS.
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
' Four Trains Daily.
r
THKEE THROUdU EXPRESS TRAIK3.
Tint Train-No. t B pi mt. at (A.M., eonneota via)
Oolumbot and Cleveland , v ia Columbus, Crettlins and
Pittaburgh, via (Joluu.bo., Steubenrtile and Pitta,
burgb, DetroitvlaCleveiaudaudattauior. Thia Train
ttopa, betKoen Cinoinuatl and Columbus, at Love,
land, DoerSeld, Morrow, Xenla, Cadarvllle,, Sensfe
Charleston, London ami Writ Jeceraon.
Second Train- No. Gxprws, at 8:30 A . M., coaneote
via Coloinbus, Bellalr and Bfowood; Wheeling; via
Oolunibua.Htoubenvilleand I'lttaburg: tiav.loluiubus,
Crestline and Pittsburg: tut (Jolumbna aud Cleva.
land; Detroit, via Clovolaud aud steamer; hlteSttl.
rhur btatlon, via BprinaAeid. This Train etvpa be
ween Cincinnati and Columbus, at Plainvills, Mil
lord, Miamivllle, Loveland. Deerneld, Borrow, Oor.'
win, Spring Valley, Xeulannd London.
Third Train Accommodation, at M t. M., t
Columbuaaod Bpriuulleld. .. .
Fourth Trniu NiKht Krpreaa.at 11:80?. M.i oea
nects viaColunibus, Bellalr and Benwood; WlioeitKj;
via Colnmbns, Bteubebvllle and PHteburg; via Oo
Inmbue, Oreetitue and riitabuvg: via Col um bus end
Cleveland. This train ttopa at Loveland, Morrow,
Corwln, Xonla and London. SLKIP1NO GAH4 OB
TUIS TUAIN.
No. I Kxpreet,throilfhm01evelaedw1tlieutelianfla
ofoara -.. .
. Mo.llxprast,thronlito Wheeling wlikotit okangar
of oar.
The IUIIT Ka PBeBH frain leaving Cincinnati
at I l:S0 P. M., rnua daily, except HATTJIXDATS.
etner Tralna rnu any, except eCMDAYa.
. Tor all Informal lou. and fhrouih Tlcka
Tlckesa to Bo
. . . 11 . i . .
von, New York, Phibtdtlrhia, lulilmare, Wa
Buffalo. Niagara Kalla. Dunkirk. Ola.ali.nd.
Pittsburg, Wheeling, end all the ilaKtem pieces,
apply at the OlVcoa, U alnui Strwt floute,N. I Uur
uel ilouao, suuth eaat oornvr ol Broadway and front
Hreets, and at the Eastern Depot. , ., .
Trains run by Culuiubus time, whloh Is seren salo
utee faster than Cinoionatl tiue. .
J. DCKAltD, Sop't.;.
Otnmbuaes call tor paeaeneera by leaving dlreetlea
at Die Ticket Ouiloa. . . ' ' T1',
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
is
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO.
AND THE NORTHWEST,
VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Only One Change of Cars between Cincinnati
Only One Change of Cars between Cincinnati and Chicago
left
0a
cl
or
Three PamengerTralnaleavfCbolaaati daily, Swat
tbelbotof Mill Htid Front atree'.a.
e:M A. M. Chicago Mail nrriree at Indianapolis at
10:30 A. M. Chicago at J:t P.M. Tbis traia eon
ueota with all night trains on tf Chisago, far the
West and North-west,
U:oO M. Terra Ilauto and Litytsystte Acoaounodsv
tion arrives at lndianapolia, nt H:tt P. 11., making
direct connections at Indiinapolla with Terre Hants
Trains and Indianapolis aud Laiayette trilna for
Decatur, Springfield, Naples, t'uiucy, Hannibal and
St. Joseph; also with Pern tralut for Peru, FuWaruq
and Toledo. ,
6:dO P.M. Chicago TxpTees arrives at InViahepoHil
at 10:30 P. M.; Chicago at 7:40 A.M. taking olees
eonseotlons at Chicago with all mo-.-nlur tralna ot
of Chicago. This trsln ooai-t: t IndlauapoUs
with Terrei.Heate trains foe all rointa West and
Northwest. . ...
Sleeping ears are attached tc all the night train!
on tbis line, and ran thiough te ('hlcago wfthosrf
change of oars.
This is exclusively a Western and Kortb-WMtern
nmte,end with faverable and reliable arrangeaien as
with all eonneotl" roads thiougbvnt the entire
West, guarantees dnusnal sere and lha amplest ae
oeruniodatloas to the pationaoi this line, ,
aw Be sure yon are in tbe right tl.-ket oflEct before
yon pnrchase your tickets, and ask, for ttskets via
ia
Lawrenoeburc and lndiaiiaaella.
rare tne aame as by any otner roate.
Bagga
cheeked ttirounb.
TU UOIIOH TICKETS, goed until need, eas be ob
tained at the ticket offlcea, at Spencer Uouae Corner,
aorth-eaat corner Broadway and Trout; ho. I Bur
net House Corner; at the Walont-atroat House, and
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on front itroet, where
an necessary intormation may tie nau.
Omnibnaaee run to and from tech train, an '
v
eall foi naaaengers at all hotels and all parts ef tb
in parts at
a. . .
eity, leaving aaurees at eitnei- omoe.
W. II. L. NOBLi,
General Tlfket AtTesjai
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
.
tbe
sr.
Aj.
THE
med
Drs
soitr WATrns.
PWA DATLTTBBODailTBAINS leave llvth .smmS
i TWt BAILTTHBODailTBAINS laave.ixtbVtr
Depot, at 6 A. SI. and4:MP. M.
1 A. M. INDIANAPOLIS. 81. LOUIS AOHTrlA.
00 TABT CXPRK8H. Thronifh.iirect, making close
sonnections for allothor Western and Norih-westera
points,
ninriui
lints, Tbis Train also coaueoiaat Hlranion.l with
ncinnati and Chicago Boada, for Anderson, Xoko-
mo, Logansport, and all aoiuU on Vf abash . Taller
. 'Baiiroau.
i-m r M. INDIAN APOLlS. t BIC Ada A IT.
LOUIS NIGHT EXPItKMS.-The aliove 'I'ralna tnaks
, oiose connections at Indianapolis, I.nfaytteandt!hi.
cago. with Tralna fur Terra Haute, Sprjovfteld, Eook
! Ialand, Qaleshnrg, Keuosha, LnCroaee, Jackaonville,
1 Danville, Burlington, llllwaukoe, Mutb-on, Naples,
. flalena. QuiucV. Prairie dn CI, Ion. Pmjia. Pet.Ha.
" , Dunleith. Racine, Cecal ur, Bluotilngtoii, Jollet, La
t Salle.Bt. Paul, and all towns asdoitlet In the forth
Ich ' weet. ... '
aWTh rough Tlokete given anl Baggags oheoked
through.
Tor further Informstlon and Throngh Doketa, ap
nly to Ticket Offices, aorth-eaet eirner ot Trout and
Broadway; Mo. 1(19 Walnut atrert. t:sr- Tonvth; at
1 aontb-enat corner of fourth and 'lte street, or at
; the Bixth-etreet Depot. '
D. M. MORROW, n:v vtMidnnt.
I Omnibuses will call for piiaeoog r. nr W vlng tl'olr
' una at either of the Tloket off .
I . us i. w. a. '),Att.
JEW.
loi
jm
ea t
ehert
eor -
for
Srlket
Kails
12.
I . V T. v I f A r r 'v
VJ A NJJ I I U AJN L) I
" , " ,
. . . . '
Xa:. DaT. DXaLTLJ3L9
(Bnaeesear te MnassASe,)
vtaifclirejrs Mi TVhalMJe) stalara
, i '. -KB- ; .. ; . i
i.
i
ri5E AND PLAIlI OANDIBsSa
W MAT iTteBT, 'CCIVNATt
' my 17
FINE GERMAN CIGARSI FINE .OER
MAH CI0ABS1 JohntBats hasjunt Taoel.ed
Hm.lion very anperior tiuara. wbii-b he will aell low
for caeh at RATIONAL THEATER B PILD1 10,
oelu ' 1 " yciimoie-atiei.
. 1 B LATINS 0ARU3I PLATIt
AT 1 jhn Batst baa )ntt reived
snneelor Plavlna Cards. Fane Till
PLATING OAFvDSI
twenty gross
nooai
fc becetor's Jajrand Qold Baeka, HI
iNAXWAA
luuiw uiuvia u, eysamois-iiraei.

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