meg, 11 irm rowa-STinT.
ATPRDAY...-.. OCTOBER 8i
WHO IS KING!
BY J. D. MAYNARD.
There la a host of men who bout
Of Powd.r, Cotton, Bteam,
But every hour the might power
Of 'iktibs' Ins li seen ;
It nwvas the world a easily
- Ai doe some mighty thins;
And men proclaim In despot's earn
That "PaiKTaaa' Ids la King."
Tha man of fold, of wealth untold,
PaiTas' Ian may acorn,
Nor knit hie brow, nor deign 10 bow
To one ao lowly born;
Bui Paias' ink baa bnllt lta throM
Where mind ita trlbntea brlag;
And Ood'a moat gifted Intellecta
Skoal uf uitim) las 1 King."
Etngof the World of Thought reflasd-
Ho ahjeot lave it elalme
Where nperetitlon' victim pined,
It buret their aerrllechalua.
la ever? clime, In coming years, , , ,
Will men preud anthema ting; 1
Aad round the world thecchoe float,
That "Paiirr' lti M Km !" .
BY J. D. MAYNARD. METHODISM IN THE BACKWOODS.
FsUr Cirtwrigni, the "great pioneer
pmoher of the West," is at present lec
turing inPhiladelphia. ' He Is represented
to h a man of ftthlotio frame, somewhat
stooping, with large, round featured faoe,
and a head ' surmounted by' a masa of
grissly, curly hair For fifty-six years
Mr. C. has been a. Methodist preaeher,
and, in addition to that, a great oddity.
Bis leetaresf" whioh uV. reported at
length, are rieh wiihinoident and exceed
ingly amosing. . ) ' We '' print helow a few
choice sitraot : i ;,; . . . .:r-.r.-'
A FAST YOUTH.
I was what modem young Americans
all a "fast youth."..,, J delighted in hunt
ing, gambling, in horse racing, in playing
the fiddle, and dancing,' ' The Terr day
before I was solemnly convicted, had
beaten in a race and won $200, (which
was equal to about $10,000 in these days,
for I tell you dollars were very scarce in
that country,) and for the .first time id my
life I got drunk on the back of it, (laugh
ter,) and for the last time, too, thank God
for it I I was so elated at the idea, (for
it looked like a tremendous big pile this
$200; I had never been so 'mueh money
in my life,) that J hardly knew whether I
was in my skin or out of it, so I took a
little too much, and it took mo of.
Laughter. But ohl what were my
pangs of repentenoe, when on my return
home I met mymsther that mother that
shed tears over me, that had prayed over
me, that had .nursed me in religion. Hr
heart bled at my folly, and it was a dagger
to my heart a wound from which I never
recovered, until I found pardon through
the atoning merits of the Son of God.
As soon as I became convicted, I begged
my mother to take my addle and cards
and burn them, and she did it deoently
too and shouted over it, and I shouted
too. Laughter. I was glad then, and
I have been ever since. ' "
MR, CARTWRIGHT'S "CRACKED AND CRAZY
We had in the nsighborhood a Scotch
Doctor, a very well educated man, but an
infidel at heart. He got under a dreadful
concern about my "cracked and erozy
condition ;" he came to my father and
tried to persuade him to have my head
shaved and a blister-plaster put on.
Laughter. ' Now, I tell you, that waked
me up. Thank God I had a father who
had a little more sense than the Doctor.
I told the Doctor that if he would come
to hear me preach I would satisfy him
that I could get . aleng without blister
plasters or shaven head. : . He eame ; I
made my what shall I call it ? my ex
hortation, for it was nothing wise upon
earth ; it was no sermonising ; but, under
my speaking, the Lord reached the. hearts
of several who were, for these days, fash
ionable, gay people, (you would not call
them so now. ) A very fashionable young
lady, with whom I had often danced, got
under strong oonviotion, and fell prostrate,
praying to Qod for mercy. The Doctor
up with his hartshorn ana his nestrums,
and vigerously applied them to her nose.
Laughter. Bat I called en the Doctor
to cease hia operations, and told him that
as she was my subject at my meeting, I
would take care of her. ' So we went to
prayer. In the midst of it she obtained
religion. " She sprang to her feet with a
shout of "Glory I glory!" and turning to
the Doctor, she caught him in her arms,
erying, "Hallelujah, and hosanna to God
and the Lambl It soared the Dootor
nearly to death. As if the devil had been
after him he started to run erying, "Take
her away! take her away!" "Oh," said
J, "Doctor, blister-plasters and shared
heads!" Laughter. ,
FACING A MOB.
At one of my appointments in this wil
derness of oeuntry, I had a long ride of
about forty-six miles, and there was no
house that would receive a. Methodist
preacher. I tried, I reckon, aearly a
dozen. . At last 1 found an old soheol
house in whioh to preach, but was told
that if I attempted to do sol would surely
be mobbed. '. "Well" said If "I'm willing
te risk it ; I ain't afraid of a mob." So
I appointed a time, and fonnd about fifty
persons to hear ma Among them wis a
band of young men called the mob, aad
outside the school-house the bully of the
neighborhood, who, at the request of hie
wife, had come te fight for me. It was
rather warm, and I took oft my coat and
neckhandkerohief , and got upon the
stand. "Well," said J, "I understand
that I am to be mobbed here to-day; now,
who dare do it?" They winked at each
other; I saw they were dastards. "New,"
said I, "I don't make my living by., fight
ing, but I can whip any one of you; 1 can
whipas many of you as oan stand between
here and Lexington, one after anorher.
I don't believe in fiehtise, but I tell vou,
if you undertake it, I shall whip some of
you. bo sit aown ana behave yourselves;
if vou don't I'll attend to you." , rLaueh-
ter.jf I oommencod preaohing. Not a
mortal moved his tongue against me. I
went on at the top of my tpeeL Right
in the midst of my sermon 1 heard some
thing running behind me. I thought it
was a horse that had broken loose; but
ne, God had fixed a barbed arrow in the
heart of this, my bully , man, who had
staved outside there. There he was,
putting it down at full , speed. Directly
ne pitcnea iuu lengtn on nu race, men
I understood it. 'Wow,", said L, "boys,
we've apt a ease here that I want you to
come and fight over. The devil is about
eming oat ef his old stallion, and I want
yea to come ana help set kin eat." we
went and surrounded that man, and there
we prayed until his soul was converted to
God. And God gave me nearly the whole
self hborheod before the year was out
METHODIST PREACHER'S FARE.
Over in West Tennessee there lived a
proud and saucy young man named Joe
Jenkins, who frequently taunted me with
the saying that Methodist preachers got
the best of fare and fattened up on ."yellow-legged
ehiokens." So, in order to
disabuse his mind, I persuaded him, after
some effort, to take a trip around the oir
cuit with me. After ridinc about twenty
miles, we stopped to see a Methodist man
and woman, wne lived in a little cabin
about eighteen feet square. The room
was a bedroom, kitchen, parlor and every-
ehino tha nlrl (ranrlamnn vrnM nnfc in the
field, and the old woman proceeded to
prepare us a nctie dinner, ons put a
her pot, kindled up her fire,, took down a
piece of meat and put it on te boil. - There
was prowling about a paok of the poorest,
i i J - i"L t T . -
SOrawniasb uouuus tunc x ever naw uu b
plantation in my life, and while Joe and
I were sitting there, ia came one of these,
laid hold of the meat, and started for the
door. "Joe, catch him," said I ; but Joe
didn't catch him, . Just at this moment
the old lady came in, and meeting the
dog she took him by the ear, jerked the
piece of meat from his mouth and gave
him a kick, saying : "Yon have done that
often before." Then back she went and
threw the meat right into the pot, and it
boiled on. Laughter, Presently din
ner was ready. Here was the piece of
meat Well, I took a knife and fork and
launched away at the beef. Cutting off
a piece, I said, "Here, .ioe, nave a Diir
"No, I thank yeo," waa the reply. "Oh,"
said I, "Joe, this is the good fat chickens
we get , Come,! take a pieoe." "No,"
said he, "I beg to be excused." WelL I
didn't take any myself. I thought it was
not exaotly what I wanted. ' Laughter.
'- Shortly after this I was called to see a
sick man. and when I returned Joe was
A GLANCE AT MODERN PREACHERS.
fit loin nan mv frianria. nnot.hnr breed
- .i.bu j J J
nt nmnnrmra .5 trftrtRfarrad ever to US.
These are the hysterical, dyspeptie, sore-
inroat, Diue-gmgeriuHu sure ui juoauuaio.
Great laughter. . A voice on the plat
form "Hit him again." They travel
among you; they are unaeoeptable ; they
Arfl nanlnaR timhnr: and lo ! their seal ell
at onoo moves, (like a seventy-four rigged
for England,) to go to the West, and "help
toe-west. we uons want any snca
cattle. Leud cheering. ' Thank God
Almighty, we have seme good old stuff to
stand by the work yet ; and we have as
fine a brood of young men rising np to
shake the world as any Conference in the
TTnirArl HrnfAa fun linaar, of fAntilftnucI
I toll you now, in my seventy-fifth year, I
can outpreaoh and outwerk a dozen of
these old dyspeptic things.' Laughter
a n rl annlnti'flA 1 iVhv ' ftiatf MV tft DID
"Brother are you never going to locate ?"
My reply is, 'Uf the devil will locate, I'll
locate. : fADDlause and laughter. "Are
you never going to wear out?" "Vo,l
never intend to wear out; i may ao it,
intention or no intention, but I never
intend it: I never intend to wear eut in
the service of God." . -
"My bredren, God bless your souls,
'ligion is like the Alabama River. In
spring comes the fresh, an' he brings in
all de ole logs, slabs an' sticks, dat had
been lviu' en de bank, and carrying dem
down in de current Bimeby de water
go down; den a log eotch here on dis
island, den a slab getootched on de shore,
and de sticks on de bushes; and dare dey
lie, wid'rin and dryin till eomes 'nodder
fresh. Jist so dere come 'vival of 'ligion;
dis ole sinner bro't in, dat ole backslider
bro't back, an' all de folk seems eomin'
an' mighty good times. But, bredren,
God bless your souls ! den dis ole sinner
ia stuck on his old sin ; den dat ole back
slider is cotched where he was afore ; on
jus' such a rock,' deh one arter 'nodder,
dat got 'ligion, lies all 'long de shore; and
here lie till 'nodder 'vival. Beloved bred
ren, God bless your souls,"get deep in d
ourrentP' 1 ' " ;"
tSirOne of eur exchanges inform us
that the editor had been to ohuroh,
where; after listening to an eloquent ap
peal in behalf of some imaginary enter
prise, the plate was passed round for
contributions. Parson L., who was one
of the basket bearers, taking the side on
whioh we sat Immediately in front and
upon the next seat, negligently reclined
our friend Bill H., a gentlema of infinite
humor and full of dry jokes. Parson L.
extended the basket to BUI, and he slowly
shook his head.
"Come, William, give us someth'ng,"
said the parson. u ',
"Can't do it," replied Bill.
"Why not? . Is not the cause a good
Poh! poh! I know better, you must rive
a better reason than that'-
"Well, I owe too much money I must
be just before I am generous you know.
"iiut, William, you owe lioa a larger
debt then you owe any one else.'
"I hat s true, parson, but men be ain t
pushing me like the balance of my cred
To Make Good Bread. First, get good
flour. Second, take one quart of flour,
soald it by pouring over it some boiling
water. Then for each loaf of bread you
want to make, add one pint of cold water;
stir in flour till it is as thick as oan con
veniently be stirred. Then put in one
half pint of good hop yeast for every four
loaves, Set it to rise over night In the
morning make up by adding flour till it
is stiff dough. Knead well, mould into
loaves, and, when light, bake it well, and
you will have good bread.
tSS "What were the mob saying?"
asked a district attorney of a Yankee
witness, "down East," in a riot trial.
"WelL they was sorter singia"
''What were they singing about?"
. . "Well, they was amain,' 'bout a sonir."
j." What was the song what were they
. "As nigh as I kin keop track, they was
a tellin' a Misses Long - (her first name
was Luoy) to take ner time.
You can go."
W&'An exchange says: "A young mar
ried lady of our acquaintance, whose
union has not been prolific of "little dar
lings" has suspended on the wall, in her
Deu-room, directly over tne Head ot tne
bed, a neat little picture, underneath
whioh is the following quotation from
scripture: ''Huuer little children to come
unto me, and forbid them not, for of such
is tne kingdom ot ueaven,
ALEXANDER JOHNSTON, ;
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MER
. CHANT-Salna rooniaHo.T Iaat Third -atraot
Will attand to tha aaloa of Baal katata, Parsonal
Propartr, Dry Ocoaa, Hardware, Hata, Boola, Hhoea,
flrovariaa, iorotliu, o. Battac proonrad tha
aenlcei of a compawnt inhuman, all bnaioana will
meat with dMpatcb and prompt raturna. Uaah ad.
Taaaea-mada on gooda for publto aalaa.1 OonaifO'
l- maoa o
AUler to maranaan f aaaraur.
(rronUnf tha Steambaat Landla.)
Kerth-east Corner Broadway and Front.
" - OIHCIltllATI, OHIO. '
B. 7. LEVEEING, Proprietor.
. OcT-cb .
TO PE0CURB THB TERT BBST
STBNOIL MARRIN9 PLATB '
That aaa ba taada la tha altr O to
126 Walnnt-at., bet. Third and Konrth, .
iNait door to tha Maaonlo Temple.)
'. baa tbraa Dlplomaa awarded him for the
boat wort . , B7-Mn
WE MOREHOUSE & CO.,
FURNITURH, - CHAIRS, AND ' ALL
klnla of Mattreaaea and HadJlnjf.at tha eld
atacd, No. 136 Sycamore-atraat, aaat aide, between
Fourth and Tifth-atreeta, aeTanth atore abore
Fourth-atreat. Church Pewi lined and euahtoned.
AUordara yramptl7 attended to. 1 i ool am
ANDERSON A HANNAFORD, Architect,
Maacheatoi- Building, c.
8. W. corner Third aad Srcamorenta
jyl - OlKCmKATL QHlQx
IN ALL ITS BRANCHK8, NO. 8 EAST
routh-atraat, between Main and Bjcamore, Ola-
CJnnU- . j .
aur Ue-blndlnf tn averf ttwla. Atnalu Book" neat
lj and dnrablf bound. O. oaOPfSB.
D. DE FORE8T, '
Book Blnder: and ., Paper Huler, .
Third atory Timaa Building, will da ail work tn hi
lint wthnettneaa and diapatoh. IrC'
PULLAN WII.I.I AJMON,
(At the old itand of Pnllaa, EatSeld A Browm,)
, . WHOLESALE GROCERS"
laawa trru.AH, formerly of Pnllaa, Hatfield a Brown
THOS. H. WEASNEE,
BUILDING LUMBER, LA.TH,
SHISOLIS, ITO., ITO., "
fffl Ftua Itreeta ClMlnnntl, Ohla. :
B, KITTREDGE & CO.
1SJ4 MAIN BTBEIT, OINOIHNATI,
KITREDQE St FOLSOM, ,,;
S8 St. Oharlea itreet, New Orleani, la.,
Intortera of Gnaa 8e Sporting Apparmtua,
AND DIALIBS M OCR rOWOM. :
lillWPIBT BTL. "M T1RBT
Li. BYL & CO.,
CLEANERS OP SINES AND VAULTS,
No. 9 Slxth-ttreet, between Vine and Baca, in
the Medical College, Cinolneatl, Ohio, reraona who
n.. f..n. na with t httir nAtrnnaA. ean ralr on nnno,
tnalitr and low prloea. . , . aepl-ay
injtiiLt. ' a. A. larra
BON 8 ALL & SMITH,
N. IIS) Watt Sixth' tract,
.'. ' ' . I (gSOTHNATL WtUcP
j. taft, ....
(Suoeeaaor to Knowlton Taft.) ,
No, 5tt West Fourth St., bet. Walnut 6V Vino
CINCINNATI, OHIO. ,
epM . - '
I. L, hamlin. a. a. aura.
Drs. HAM1EN SMITH, :
i 3E! par T I JS ,
So. 3 Went Feurth M.
DE. S. WAEDLE,
Offioa No. 138 Wast Fourth street,
H. S. WINSLOW,
NO. 131 BYOAMORE BTBEIT, BILOW TIJTB
DR. J. WILSON'S Office, 68 Wait Fourth
atraet, where he may be cenaultad daiir for all
Female Complaints, Inflammation of the Gerrix,
Prolapsus TJtorea, all displacements of the Womb,
Spinal and Cerebral affeetiona, and other organic dli
euoa common to female. Tha Doctor'! long expe
rience and recent diecoTeir in the treatment of the
above dlaeaaea, can not fall to giro entire satisfaction.
The Doctor la agent for a Knropean Female monthlr
Fill; price 1 and two stamps. . aul-3m
DRS. B. EHRMAN & W. C. LEECH.
orrion no. 4 sktihth stbxit.
Offloe hourt fram A. M., lta t, and 7 to 9, r.M.
-m ; . ,
B. 8. NEWTON, M. D.
Offlee, 90 Wst 8eventh Skraet,
' i ..
ITWIaT Tin AgB gAOtj. ttt
O. E. NEWTON. M. D.
Omct-Io. M Weat Berenth street, between Tin
and Baca. BaaiDuoa No. n Baranth atraet, be
waen Walnut and Tina. Onioi Hoau-TX to Ihj
A, M.I IH to S)a P. M.i 1 tn S P. M. ...
D. P. LL1AS'
Sew Wholesale V
16 West Fourth Street,
Where can be had every article appertaining to tht
Boilneaa at mneh leaa price, for CASH, thai
has erer before been offered la thia market.
GIVE USA CALL
Ho. MX JB. Oor. Fifth and. Lodge itreeta, hatwaO
Walnut and Tine, Olnolnuatl.
Agood asaortmentof BILTIBand PLATED WABK,
BPEOTAOLB, etc., kept eonstantlfon hand.
Special attention glyen to Oleaoing aad Bepairlng
Watches and Jewelry. in Tin
BBGG8 ab SMITH, No. 6 Wgt 4th St.
A RE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
. their large asaortment of Watohaa, Jewelrr.
HUrerwaxa and blamonda. . , ,. .
. A fine assortment of Plated Tea Beta and Oatierr
artd OpernOlMMfta. tai
agso4 amat enanl ae int. uamejto Jtm
)OJig jqainioo pug oi-njjtaji -aoa -jj
"0O 2J H3HVH 'AV. A
ul0ff pu suIag lo.aiHj 'a 'lanteff
ajitupofl 'aaeioaj JHOj a.aa,oenTtanf 'list
anaaepna pun jeAta qjoq Cpnos iii1iaijj-arT-
koii f)HOHis ni da iftj 'fissig ai V
Samoa pa JotpaiJo emsjaoj
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
No. 17 HSate-atroet, Columbia, Ohio.
Ksr Agent ftrr the WIHLY SOIIITiyiO ABT-
AK. ' " een-asa
Improved Two-Threaded Look-Stitch
$95, 30 and 35. ,
.,. : ; ,,d. 82 Fifth-street,- , ; ;
. ',: ..WILL BEMOTI, OOTtBEB 1, T
No. 6 West Fourth-street,
' WAgontswanted, Addraaa '
WILTriEB BKOTHBRSU A vesta .'
$3. ,U30.r ' $30; :,, $30.
TMrty-Dollaj Double Lock-Stitch '
SECDBED BT BIOKHT LKTTIBfl PATENT. '
THIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO
NOUNCED br all competent Jadgea, who
hare seen it, to ba tha best ana most desirable Fam
ily Sewing tlaohlne erer introduoed, reajajrdless
of price. It will sew all kinds of family goods,
from the very th Ickest lo the very finest fabrics made,
and naes all kinds of thread, from No. 8 torn ..
Na ell la used on lopof the Machine.
Send for a circular, or call and see it in operation.
Upon early applloatioa, State and OOantyUightamay
An eaerg.tl penon oan make a fortune In a abort
time,. Agents wanted In all nnaold territory.
. H. C. KURTiUAN,
, Scle and exolnilve agent for the United States, .
pltfmt..p West foprtli-str, Clncpqajjti
gTITCHIKG ' fa SAME , ' OK, - BOTH
sides, learing no ridge or ohaln, and impossible
to rarei. lor speed, aoonraey or eua of motion, tk
llllptlcMaehlnalf without a rlral. . . . . j,1 .
iltnotnnati, Offlee S3 Weat Fonrth streat.
"'; KELSEY & CO.'S
S B W I N O -. MifiHINB S
Offlei-30 West Poiiitli'itreeV
: l"" ' : CINCINNATI. '" '
Wl ASK 0? A!' l)IflCRIMINATINa
pnblla, In pnranit of a reliable Sewing-Ma-ohlns,
the most rigid comparison of the merits of
these Maohines With all others In the market.' We
court it, being aura it will result in our faror, , .
D. W. 11ARRINGTON it CO.,
ntO. i Agents.
SOGER'S SEWING MACHINES.
Prbn JMuhJ to 50, T, $110ami91!t5.
JIngera New Family Setting Mnchtne,
The price of which la only 1W, II a light and elegant
ly decorated Machine, capable of performing, in the
best style, all the sewing of a prints family.
'Slnger'e Tranarerae Shuttle Mcehlne,
To be sold at 176, la a Machine entirely new in Its ar
rangement; it ia very beautiful, moves rapidly and
iery enaljy, aad, for family use and light manufac
turing snrootes. is the very bast and caeaneat Ma
chine eTer offered to tbapubllo.- ,., . ,.. ..
Winger's Ne. 1 Standard Shuttle Machine,
formerly sold at 8IS.1. but now reduced to tun. la
known all over the world. Every sort of work can
be done with it. - L ' - ' '' ' 1
Slnger'a No. 9 Standard Stmetle Irfnehrne,
Thia la the favorite mannfaotnrisg Machine every
where Price, with table eomplote, 8129, .
sWSend for a Circular.
. JAMES 8&ARDON,
Agent for JM. BIngor A Co.
No. 8 Eaat Fourth afreet,
lelt.t " OINOWMATI. OHIO
' , Wl IV. D 0 D B S 1 ;
formerly of HaJl.Doddi A Co.i late rjrbaa.Boddc A Co.
XV. . Doddt & Co.,
mijrtrrAOTVBBBt or THg 1
oon onn T TH
Fire and Burglar Prodi
8. W. Corner of Vine A Secend Streets.
This la the moat reliable JTKH AttO BnRof.A 1
PJtOOr S A FB that la made In the United States, and
la warmnted nerfactlr free from damn. Oan be aold
at lower prices, and is of better workmanship tbaa
can be found elsewhere.
Wa have a large assortment on hand, and are da
termlned to sell at prices that cannot fall to please.
Old Sales ;
Takes In exchange. BBOOND-HAND lAIJEB al
ways on hand at extremely low prion. tin
AT REDUCED PRICES.
WE HAVE ON HANS THE LARGEST
. variety and best selected assortment of OnM
Fixtures In Cincinnati, constating of all that Is saw
or doalrahle in the Oas Fixture line.
We warrant every six tare we sell to be eanal, both
In material and finish, to anv that ia anld In ihian
any other market, and in addition will guaranty J
them to retain their color and remain perfeat (.'Sve
years iron inevimeiney are put ap by n. .
uiu, aee, auu examine onrsioca.
monaiHi at UABBUBV
1M Main street, near Foarth
ROOFIiVCr! ROOFUVO !
THE OUTCAST ELASTIC ME
TALLIC BOOFINO" la offered to the pnblle
esineuesiana cueupee jubui aooi now nsea, lis
merits tested by an exnerience of Tears in thia nltv
and vicinity. Applied to flat or ateep, old or new
buildings. No solder need fastened eoenreljr with
out expuenre to the action of the element. -
rrepareu sneets, ooxeu ror anipment to any part oi
the united States, san be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Ordera promptly filled.
i .CALDWELL At CO.
..frlMf ' " ' . " ' ' .18 Weataecopdgref,
DR. SAITl'L S1LS1JKE
ESPECIAILT TREAT8 DISEASES OF
THE SKIN, BHKOMATI8H, DISEASES OF
WOMEN, and such Chronic oemplalats aa may b
benefitted by the Bygyenia and Atmopathla system
of blsofflca. -. . i
Tapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Araenio, Mercury, Twr
klih, Buasian and Xleetrs-Ohamloal Bathr, a Dig
penury of Medicine, and every manner of Blaetrie
and Magnetic Apparatus.
. HO. or WEST BIXTB-BTB1ET.
WOWoe h.ara t A. M. t P. M. anl.-wl
At the Old Established Stand,
St BAST FIFTH, BET. MAIM AND 8TCAM0KE.
11AV1 A liAKa AND IISqIHASLJBj
-SL stock of Houaeholo. and Offloe Fnrnttara, both
new ana secona nana, consisting oi una neOBteaoa,
sofas and parlor chairs, Brussels and (ugrain carpet.,
oil-cloth, outlery, eto. A fine assortment of coun
ters.shelving, offlee desks and atools, ate. Also,
stock of billiard tables, pianos, extra markla-top
counters ana UDiee on nana ana mr sue lew.
WM OARTyR, frMPnBiftft
! J, J. BUTLER'i
Excelsior- Fluid- Inks.
Mani factor, as Vine St. M
STAR MILLS.-A BUFERIOK BRANS
ofaxtr Whit WhMt Fleur.warranUd to please,
la alere and for sal by
, JonH FIRfllTJflOrT, froear,
oell : Oqfnor ninth ajd vlne-stxeete.
SVT CIDKR.-FIRST OF THE SEASON,
aaa very nu. arncip. jnsi racivea Dy
JOIlS FIROUSON. flmnr.
Oorntr Ninth nnd Tine-streeta.
BUCKWHEAT. A VERT SUPB
1 MOB article of Trcsh Ground. Newfiuckwheat,
Jnatreeeivedaad foraalelir' -
a ; Corner Kiatk aad Ttatfcaetir.
B Y v STATE A UT HO RIT"T.
Incorpoi ated 181 9. Charter Perpetual
Mf-Agerr estaeiHhea in tmcinnati in 1 H'ilt, an
tedating all areaent local Inanranoe Companleg and
Agenoiea in the Iniroranee bnsineaa in thia city. 33
yeara eonif ant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
prienoe,ntrpris and liberality, aapeotally com
mend the ASTN A Ineorane Company to the favora
bly patroaaaa of this oommuulsr standing aolltary
and aloae, the sole survivor and living pioneer f
Cinatnjnatl underwriters of J.&J3.
! paid In Cincinnati dnrtag petal Vtre
Veora, J.M,0A4 7. : , yr; ,
(absolute and vnimpaired.j vitha
SURPLUS OF 91,030,423 80.
And the prestige of to yeara anooaaa and sxfjealea.'
1 irVISTMIKTg OF L
Oyer $100,000 in Ohio securities.
UPWARDS OF hl'J.OOO.OOO, LOMSE8 .
Bav. been paid by the tna Insuranae Company n
the past 40 yeara.
Fire and Inlnnd Navlaauion. BUks accepted
at terms consistent with solvency and fair profits.
Kapeclal attention gtven to Insurance of Dwellings
and Content, for terms of 1 to tr ; 1
Application made to any duly .atboriced Agent
promptly attended to. By atrict attention to a legit
imate Insurance buainese, thia Company is enabled
to offer both indemnity for the past and aeoarity for
tbefnture. P liciee lastted without delay by
. JAi, II, OA Asa, Agent, Do. 4 Mala (trt.
. A. F. PATO jjAaaiatant Agent, .
' S. K. LIND XT, Agent 171 Tina street. -
J.t. HOOhl i, Agent. Fulton. I7th Ward. ' ne
TO HQUIEKECPER9.0 sA
x ;: .. ; j.; , i! :'J ; :! m .
' 'WELLS'- PATEITT ",'-''
FOLDINK SPRLXG 1UIRESS
WinIS OtfLT 65 mi HArTOFACTDBKlj;
L.i WHOLESALE AND BETAlIi, BT ,r,"u'.;:,'
lftaw Byeamore stree, belipltlL
THE MOSTREtlABtEFIHB AND
BO BOL A B PltOO F 8 A F E8.-They have given
more satisfaction tlmn any other now in nse,
WeorTorareward of O.N K TUOUSANI) DOL
LARS to any person that can, up to the present
time, show a single Instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their contents. ., -
With this SAFE we challenge all competition, as
being the beat Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now ntadet and are willing to
tost with any establishment In the Union, audthe
party failing first, to forfeit to the other, the sum
. We are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at leas
oost, than any other manufacturer in the United
Second-hand Safes of other makers, also on hand.
Wereepeotfnlly invite the pnhllc to call ahdexam
fnennr stock beforepnrchftinK elsewhere. . . i:
UXLU, lU.K.VUU A CO., .
17 i'.Mt uoiuinmfv street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX.
vuuioia, jamouB rvuouo, ana
AIL PAINS Vi THE STOMACH k BOWELS.
; Made by GEO. II. LIGIIT, r :
FOB BALE BY JOHN D.' PA UK, SCLttB, EOK
BT1NB A CO.. and Druggists geuerally. Order l.ft
at Williamson A Hathsxd, tit, il Walnut street
wH be attended to. ..." anltattJ
i . GLASGOW AMD HEW YORK . i
RIAAt TO QLASGo7,ifrEBPOOL,BBLFA8T
j DSBLIN AKr LONDONDBBBt '
J ' FOR 9SO.
fSOM aw roa.
lsuarw,Thomson,Wedneeday, Aug. 34, at II loon
Glasgow, Thomson " July,-"'.
Bdlnbargh,Oummlng.. " July If, " ,
, non. oujaow.
Rdlnbnrghj Oummlng...Batnrday, HayT,
dneaday, July If . , ...
. " Julyg.
Bates of Passage from New York. Philadelphia of
n . a. t !.. ...... i i.u... n.f.iin A.
Iiondonderry, first claas, )7 3, Bteernge, fonnd with
an abundance of pro parly -cooked prorialons, WO.
An experienced Surgeon attached to eaoh steamer.
No oaarge for modlcines. - : r t. , . . ...
For Freight or Paasage, apply to .
I. X. L.'
AFTER MANY TKAR9 OF PBACTICAL
experleno In the art of Mnstard-msadng, the
proprietors offer the above brand of Mustard to the
publlo, guaranteeing It a strictly pure article, mana
factnred from the beat quality of seed, earefnlly se
lected with the deal go ef producing a Mnstard 8DPE-
KICK IN (L.A.VUU AKU fUMUKMUX TO ANY
NUW la CBS. we nave ao hesitation In laying
that all levers ef good Mustard will find tha I. X.h
to b that which they ao frequently fall to obtain. ;,
MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTARD.
WOrder promptly filled, -
JK T. ift mf" ".ry'y..
Merrell's Blackberry Anodyn.
THIS MEDICINE 13 OFFERED TO THB
public a one of the best, if not the very best med
Iclnethat has ever been Invented frDiAanniA,D8.
iktiby, Cholira IxrAMTDH, and all other derange
ment of the Stomach and Digestive Organs, which
arc so prevalent and fatal in our country correct
th drratt cod condition of the Liver: allay Nervoui
1 II. Nt i , such as is caused by Teething, give.
ti ea aa jeAlthy action to the bowola, and withal, ii
pl.aanni totak yM-mt
money! Money! Money!
Removed from SO West Slxth-streou
MONET IOANeFoN WATCHES, JBW.
ELRY and all kinds f Merehandl. at lew
rate ef interest, at No. U Vloe-etreet, betweoi
Fourth aad FUth. aai
Composition Roofing, i
THB nnderilgnsi !i preparei to nt
Composition Roof of the best guallty at sharl
CWe. la J II. BruM'l Carriftga Repository, ear
ner Third and Yin. - -
(NT Keoflag maUrlal oenstaatly . hand, aad foi
sale. ' fjy7im J. H, HOBlJj.
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MANUFACTURBRS OF BAR, 8HKET
and Boiler Iron, Plew Blab, Ballroad Seikas
Eto. Also, Agents for the aale of Lronton Star NaJ II
Warerooms No, 1 East Second Btreet, Oinclnnat -
Ohio. . . i . . .. . , . -.
A11llt' lron.mjuleilo.ror ' ' 105
Pure Coal OiL V I '
JUST E1CBIVED AND F0 IALI, AI
Ca. S.Uw per gaUoa.Wy . ,
,,71. p. WaH", rmr, , .
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton. RAILROAD.
FOUR ' DAILY TRAIN! IKAYB TBfl
8txth-treet Depot. i- .
Train run thronih to Indtanapella, Lima, Baa. '
dnsky and Clevefand without change of oara,
Through Tloketa for all KaaUm, WasUra, north,
ern and North-western cities.
tf A, III. xtAfUEm inain luoiomnusnma, -hir.h
lanAv.n mlaiitea taster than OinolnnatiweV .
Cleveland aad Pittsburg, via Delaware, make aloee
connection at Oreatline for Pittsburg, Baltimere,
Philadelphia and New York; aad at Cleveland far
llnnkirk, Buffalo, Boat a and New York. Alao.aon-
necta at Dayton with E jytoa and Michigan Bead for
Troy, Pique, ttidn.r, Lima, Tolvlo, Detroit, Fort
Waya And Chicago, reachlaf Teiado at !., Detroit
at :00, and Chicago at V.M P. U... Uuinoy and alaleaa
at 7 A. M. Also, at Dayton with Oreenvllleand Miami 1
Boad.for Oreeavilla, Cnioa, Winchester aad Una.
cla. Also, connect at Bichmond with Indiana Uea '
tral Road,lor Indianapolis, Lafeyotte, ('hloaga.Tanav
lla., it. Louis, and all Western elt.M., AAm. at -Bichmond
with Cincinnati and Ohtoaga Boad, jbr
Junction Ballroad at Hamilton for Oxford.
HA. in. OTAlb X'liAIN For Mytaa,prlajh
field aod i Sandujiky Connects at Hundusky win
STKAMKll for DETROIT: at CRltANAforCOLUaT
BUB: at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayaeand Chi
cago Road, Eaat and West; at Olyd with U. and T.
ledo Boad for Cleveland and Buffalo, Toledo, Detroit ,
and Chicago! This train also connect at DELA.
WARE with th C.,C. 1 0. Boad for Cleveland and
Eint Eaat; alsoconneoU atllamiltsnwlth Juaatloa -dlroad
for Oxford. , -. ,
4:301". IH. TRAIN-TorDayten, Bsrlnofleut
and Sandusky Connect at Forest with Pittsburg.
Fort Wayne and Chicago Road, East and West; at
Clyde with 0. and Toledo Uoad for Cleveland ang Buf
falo, Toledo, Detroit and Chicago, Also, oonnect at
Bichmond for Indianapolis, Terra Haute, St. Lonie -and
Chicago Al.o, connect with Janetiea RaMrosd
at Hamilton forOxford. .
t. M. TRAIN For Dayton, Trer, PIa,BM. '
nay, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Waya and Ohti
oaRoreaohing Chicago at 8 A. M
star The and A. If. train Maaeat at CHerelaad
with steamer for Buffalo. , .
For further Information aad Tiaketa, apply at h
Tioket ofBces-nortiL-east eern.r Front aad Bread
way j No. 109 Walnut-atreet, near ftibaoa Honae; at
the new Ticket Offlee, on the west side ef Ylae-street,
between Foatoffle and Baraat Htuae; at the Wala .
Btreet Bon, r at tht BlxtbtreetDepot. i
aul .: D.KoLAREN.ikmlBtagtneat
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton. RAILROAD. COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS.
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
THfiKB THROUQff HXPREB8 TRAIhTI. 1 '
via Oolnmbtu, Btenbenvill and Pitta-
burgh, DetroitvlaOlevelaodaud steamer. This Train -i'
mnnm lutUiMn Mnislnitill. .nil Hfitnmhn. T
land. Deerneld.-. Morrow. Xenia, CedarvULe. Saosh ...
Charleston, London and West Jefferaoaj , '
Second Train No. Kxpm,at8:30A. Meoaaeet
Oolnmbna, Bteubenvilleand Plttebnrg; vlaUolumbu, '
Oreatline and FlttsbnTg: via Columbus and Clave. '
Hiuui winiii, vis viuTQinuu .nu waunri Tf nit. aula ,
phur Station, via Springfield. Thia Train stops ba . "
iwma vmuiuu.il mi. wiwinuu.! . ruiiavilia, sail.
Cord, Mlamivllle, Loveland, Deerneld; Korrow, 0r '
win, Spring Valley, Xenia and London, '
Third Train Acoommedation, at 4:t P. If., far "'
Columbus and Bprlngfleld. " .
Fourth Train Night Express, at 11.-S0 P, M.i on
oots via Columbus, Bellair and Benwood: whatllaai -via
Columbue, Bteubenvllle and Pittsburg; mia 0.
Inmbrle, Oreatline and Pittsburg; via Columbus' and '
Cleveland. Thia train stops at Loveland, Morrow. ; i
Oorwin, Xenia aad London. SLIEP1KO CABS ON "''
THIS TRAIN.' ' . . - "
' VI iw . I v A- m , a a.m. . .
fiu. .mvugii w vievetana wiinonscnangt
of cars. , , .
No. Expreai, throng to Wheeling wtthottt ohano "
The NIGHT EXPRE3B Train leaving OInolnnatt : "
at 11:30 P. M runs daily, except SATURDAYS.' Th'
ther Trains run daily, exovpt SUNDAYS. -
For all information, and Through Ticket t Boa ;'
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton. Buffalo, .Niagara, Fall. Dunkirk, (neveland, K
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern plaoea,
apply at the OfBces, Walnut Bttnat Hoiuse, No. X Bur: .
net House, sonthaat cornor ov troAriwuv mi rn..t
rtreets, and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Oolumbns time, which i seven mio ---uteafaitor
than Oinclunatl tlaie. .
- nm - J. DURAND. Bup't.
Omnibus callforpasaengera or leaving direction
at the Ticket Office. j
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST,
AND THE NORTHWEST, VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
Onhi One Ohanst of Van lttnt Cluuiuuuiai '
. ana Vhicago. -'
Thro Pftfl sen er Train slfiivti(Hnf.lnnAHnn
the foot of Mill and Front streets, .,
:o a. m.-ijnicago uai i arrive at Indianapolis at
0:80A.M..: Chicairo at 7:18 l'.M. Thl. ZZ'
10:10 A. M.i Chicago at 7:18 l'.M. This train con" .
nect with all night trains on tof Chicago, fox th
ueoia wim an mgut irs
Weat and North-west.
U:o0 M. Terre Haute and Layfayelte Aeoammcda.
tlon arrives at Indianapolis, at S:uO P.M., makiig '.
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terr Hnt '
tTains and inaianapou aid Latayelte trains for
Decatur, Bprlngfleld, Naples, Cuincy, Hannibal and '
St. Joseph; also with Pern trains for Pern, Ft. Wains
.mH STftlA,. ... .
6:iio r".iu. untcwrc Biprese arrives at Indianapolis
atlO:W P.M.: Chicago at 7:40 A.M. Making cl.se
connections at Chioago with all morning trains ont
of Ohleago. This' tr&hi connects at fndlanapolui ;
with Terr Haute train Cor all volnta Weit anil
norinwe!.' !' 'ir . - ... .. c-.
Bleeping oar are attached to all th night trains i
oh tha line, and run tniouiih La Chloano wlthona
change of oar.
This is exclusively a Western end North-western
rente, and with faverabla and reliable arrangements
with all oonnectlpg roads throughout the entire)
West, gnarantee nnusnal ear and I ha imilia
eommodatioo to tho patron ol this line, -
Mar Be sure you are in t he right ticket offle befors
you purchase your tickets, ana aak.lbr tickets via ir
Lawrencebnrg and lndlanapoUs.
' Fare the isms aa hv anv othar iAtifa. "Tfemm.A "
checked thronih. .. i. , - . . .
tained at the tioket offloee, at Spencer Honae Comer,
north-east corner Broadway and Front; No. I Bur
net House Corner; at the Walant-etreet Bouse, and
at Depot offloe, foot of Mill, oa Front street, when
all necessary information may be had. .
Omnlbuaac run to and from each train, iod w -call
foi passenger at all hotels and all
sity, b learing address at either odea.
: . BJlS ".."'' General Tioket Agan ' I
Cincinnati, Richmond &
tftom' i "" "
'ilAFAYETTN.-i'V l':: '
FORT WATRJJL ' "
AttPA ttkf vinitiinnauiiiD a tuu uai r
anv vau u i m. a juss w viae, aisbu b.vu luivouiAal llillj -
Depot, at A. M. and i:3u P. M. i- i
t A. M.-IKDIANAPOLIB, 81. LOCIB A 0HIJA. '
SO FAST EXPREHB.-ThroaghdlrMt.maklneoleae
onneeAtinna for all other Western and Nnrtk.M..
4 point. This Train also connects at Riohmond with
, Cincinnati and Chicago Roads, for Anderaoa.
V Railroad. " ,
.:E0 r. m. 1MU1ANAPULIS, UHICAOO A ST.
LOUIS NIGHT EXPRESS.-The above Tralna make
close connection at Indianapolis, LarayotteandChl.
mho, with Trains for Terra Haute, Bprlngtleld, Rook '
Island, Oaleebnrg, Kenosha, La (roe He, Jacksonville. ' "
vanvuie, auniugma, Hiiwanaee, macuten, Xiiaplea.
Galena, Quincy, Prairie du Chien, Pana, Peoria! ' '
Dunielth, Baoine, Deoatnr, Bloomingtoii, Joliet, La
dalle, St. Paul, and all towns and oities In th North
VThrongh Tioket given and Baggag aheeksl
through. ; ...
For further Information and Through Tleket,.
ply to Ticket Offices, noi-th-eeto.raoroi Front and I
Broadway; No. 1M Walnut atrei't, near tourtk; at
wuthiast corner of Fourth and Vine (treat, or at
he Sixth-street Depot. . - . v
D. D. MORROW, ''nno. Inteadent.
OmnlbuH will sail for pasaeng . br tuu via Ikatr "
names at eltbar ef tk TtoWOJ ZI
m : . vT.aTiTir. AwBt. .
OA N DY I O AN DY
xz. 3. oiaja.niXp
' Hsmsiif to lhMii Afjaj;
Muwrwn rr4 vVktitsala'BaalcrB
FINS AND PLAIN OAKDIII,
40 MAIN 8TBBET, CJKCIW WAT1
.I,..,;; i - m7.
INE ERMA5 CI9ARSI FIM1 OKR-
11 AN CTOA11HI John Rates he. lint MulnJ
I'lO.tnu vary auperior (Jlgara. wbtoh he will sell lew "
for cash at NATIONAL THEATER BtTILDINQ.
f iLATINC CARDS1 - PLAT INrTflAiinfll...
L ' John Bate ha jut reeelved tweniy aroa
leneaa iihw wmfnwHi, u am
iy h :tt a. a ii i ,
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