FF1CI, 14 VIST TOUsTH-STBBIT.
1 mv, last night, the straw rnordcot,
Where oft aha turned her wheel;
1 saw tlif Ruble here we sat,
Auil foil whatyunug hearts leel;
Ami 1 had thrown niy years away,
Ami Ml omn iinre a child,
While alio, who was my liiglit ami ilny,
Hung o'er mo here aud sitnlwil.
I lank!, audio! t length she sat,
In holy childhood luu,
Aud though a woman era we mot,
I d swear that IlkoniM truei
Hut whilo 'mid all that Clirlt-hko youth,
Wherein her beauty alept.
Hhe saug a song of "Uliaiivoieox Truth,
I only watched aud wept.
I took her offered hand In mine.
Aud looked far down her eyes;
All, Ood within her saint-like shim,
hat fearful mysteries !
Again gushed forth her song of "Truth;"
Hut 'neath Its wild'rlng stream,
I leaped from out uiy blinding youth,
And all war but a dream.
Tin bud is sitting in tho wont! It
coius to jgo down behind thu li ills. Jlark
nesi is creoping over tho valleys. 'J'hc
birds bare conscd thoir sung;, and are
gettio"; into tho foveNt of tho thick
brunches of th trees.
Tits lien has gone to her uholter ami
Htliored hor chickens under hor vioj;.
The llieH and gimts and biittorflico uro
joiie to rest. The cows mid sheep have
bud iUwu to choir repose.
Stillness BeomH to have couie over the
w arid. Tho sun has sot 1 1 is dark. 1 1
in getting chill and damp. It is night.
Io you nee the little shining points in
the sky? What are they? VVcoalltheiu
wtars, but they are worlds far away, and
probably they are covered with trees, and
hillx, aud rivers, and cities, u nd pcoplo.
Wo cun not go to them, nor can any
one come from them to tell us about them.
They are God's worlds, and they are no
doubt as useful as they are beautiful.
How wonderful is night' How fearful
would it be if it were to last forever.!
But we know tho sun will come to-morrow
to give us its oheerful light and heat.
U't us go to rest, then, for night is made
But let us first think of that grout and
pood being who has made all these wen
dcrs of nature. Let us put oar trust in
Him. In His care we aro safe. Hut wo
miiFt usk H is protection, and seek His for
giveness for all our faults.
(Mi, how fearful would it be if there
were no God 1 1 low sad would it bo if
we were to bo unkind to others, and to
feci that He might not bo kind to us !
1 low sad would it bo if we were so wicked
us to feel afraid of Him, the bost and tho
kindest of all beings!
This would indeed bo dreadful. Hut
we may all bo good if wo try. to bo so.
Even if wo havo done wrong, we may go
to Him and ask His forgiveness; if we ask
ninocrely, He will not rcfuso it.
Did you ever disobey your father or
mother, and, having done so, have you
not begged their pardon ? And having
done this, have you not been forgiven ?
And is not this forgiveness pleasant to
the heart ? Let mo toll you, that God in
as ready to be kind and forgiving to His
children as parents are to thoirs.
Lot no fear of God, then, prevout your
loving Him, praying to lliin, or unking
His forgiveness. The more you have
hinnod, the more careful you should be to
look up to Him, aud pray to llim, and
usk His counsel and pardon. Those who
have neon most wicked, have Most reason
to lore God; for His kindness is great
enough to pardon even them.
Not At Home.
"1 never," says n lady, "sent that mos
tuge to the door but once, and for that
ence 1 shall never forgive mysolf. It
was more than throe years ugo, and whon
I told my servent that morning to say
'Not at home, to whomsoever might oall,
except she new it was somo entiinata
friend, I felt my cheeks tingle, and tho
girl's look surprise mortitied mo exceed
ingly. But she went about her duties,
and f about mine, sometimes pleased
thai I had adopted a convenient fashion
by which I could secure time to myseir,
omotimos painfully smitten with tho
reproaches of eonsienco. Thus tho day
wore awav. and when Mr. Lee came
home he started mo with the nowi that a
verv cntinmte friend was dead.
" 'It oannot be,' was my reply, 'for she
exnotede of aiolomn promise that I would
it by her dying pillow, ns she had some
thing of great importance to reveal to me.
You must be misinformed; no one has
been for ine.' Uere suddenly a horrible
suspicion crossed my mind."
' 'Bho ont for you, but you wore not
tit homo,' said Mr Lee innocently; then
lie continued: '1 am sorry for C'harles,
her husband; ho thinks her distress
much aggravated by your absence, from
tho fact "that slio called your naino piti
nuHiy. Ho would havo sought for you,
but your servant said she did not know
where you had gono. I am sorry. Von
most have boon out loiigor than usual,
for Chvrles sent a servant over here
"Never in nil my life did I experience
such loathing of myself, such uttsr
humilitation. My servant had gone fur
ther than T, iu adding falshood, and 1
had placed it out of my power to reprove
her by my own equivocation. I folt
humbled to the very duet, and tho next
day I resolved over the cold clay of my
friend , that I would never again, under
any circumstances, say 'not at home."
Smart Hot. 'Well, whose pigs are
'Old sow's sir.
'Whose sow is iff"
'Old man's sir.'
'Woll, then, who is your old man?'
'If you'll mind the pigs I'll run to the
house nnd ask tho old woman.'
'Nover, mind, sonny. I want a cute
bov what can vou do?
'I can milk tho geese, ride tho turkeys
In water, hamstring the kthssIi uppers,
light lires for the tlios to court by. cut
tho buttons off dad's coat whou he is at
prayers, keep tally for dad and mam
when tuoy scoiu at s marc oui woman
in always ahead.'
'Have vou any brothers?1
'Lots of 'em all named Bill exoopt
R.ib. his name bam my name's i,arry,
but they call mo Lazy Lawrence for
'Wnll. vou ire almost to smart for mo
"Travel, on, old stiek in the mud, J
nhan't hire you for a boas to-day.,
Hir-Tha celebrated cannon. Mad. Margery,
at Uhenti was made before the year 1382. it
ia of hammered iron, hooped like a tub, and it
eijrhtflon feet long, and aootn lorry inrnea in
Mr. Webster' "and thk Platebs.
novenil summers ogo, a party of players
from tho theaters iu Boaton, while fishing
off Marsh field, found themselves destitute
of ioe. They knew, by common report,
that Mr. Vt ebster resided near by, and
thoy resolved to mnko known their distress
to the Secretary. It fell upon Mr. James
King, by lot, to bear the message. It
happened that the sago of MurshGcld
was standing at the front door whon the
actor npproachod the house Mr. King,
in a becoming oxordium, mentionod the.
character of his companions and where
they camo from, and closed by saying,
"Thoy have deputed nie, sir, to solicit
from you a piece of ico for butter, which
is fast meltng into thin oil." Tho states
men surveyed tho player, and then hIiou
ted to Milliam, tho scrvont, "Get tho
gontleman somo ico for his b-u t-t o-r.
which is fast melting into thin oil.'
The next day Mr. TVebstor was fishing
in tho bay from his own bout Tho
aotors saw him, and invited him on
board their emit. Ho compliod, and
thereupon the entire company groctod
him cordially, and bunded him a glass
with ice in it, with u view of asking him
to partake of wine. He looked at tho ico
stoadily a momont, tlicn glanced tit tho
faces of all present, until his eyes rested
on King, when ho exclamed in a tone of
mirth whieh his host could not counter
feit, "Whore is the hitter? Whore is tho
dcttkkV" Unto this day King tells tho
story ot his sourcli- lor ma butter, apa
his interview with Dimial Wobwtor, with
delight. Boston Courier.
,6The following waif, alloat on the
sea reading." we clip from an eauhitngo :
"Men seldom think of tho groat event of
death until the shadows tall across tueir
own path, hiding forever from their eyes
the traces of loved onea whose living smile
was the sunlight ot their existence foam
is the great antagonist of life, and the
cold thought of the tomb is the skeleton
of all feasts. We do not want to go
through the dark valley, although Us
passage may lead to paradise ; and, with
Charles Lamb, wc do not want to lie down
in the muddy grave, even with kings and
princes for our bedfellows. But the fiat
of nature is inexhornble. There is no
appeal or relief from the great law which
dooms us to dust Wo flourish and we
fude as the loaves of the forest, and the
flower that bleonis and withers in a day,
has not a frailer hold upon life than the
mightiest monarch that ever shook tho
earth with his footsteps. Generations of
men appear and vanish as the grass, and
the sountless multitude that throng the
world to-day, will to-morrow disappear as
the footsteps on the shore."
Little Maggie goes to School. And
who is little Muggie? She is a black-eyed
littlo girl, witn glossy bluek hair, who
lisps and plays with dolls, but, almost
with a tear in her eyes. Mother has
cloaked and bonneted Maggio for tho
first time to go to school, he hesitates
to send her darling forth, but then Fred
goes to tho same school, and Maggie will
be safe; but this first parting, brief us it is,
makes a scene in the household, It is an
epoch in the life of Maggie, for now she
is to learn something of the world outside
of homo. May good ngls attend all her
steps and nake hor a blessing to her
WIS ARE NOW PREPARED TO HO,
on the abortaat notice, and In thUItt and
moit ftwlnoaablestyL, all Wn of
BILLS F LAPHv'f;
iii,ls er iahb
m m sme at kikbati rnieis.
FRANCISCO & CALDWELL.
Six tents a Week!
Pays for the Penny Press.
IVif. II Wisl Fourlli-Dlrfel.
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
No, 1? Hlnie-mieel, Columbus, Ohio.
NT Agsnt tot the WKKKLy 8CIKN1TFIC ART
AUCTION AND COJlallKSlUr, flliiK-CltANT-Snlc9roounNii.7
Knst Third stroet-
Wiil attend to tho Baku of Rcul (-stute, Personal
1'roperty, Dry Goods, Hardware, Huts, Boots, Shoes,
Groceries, Furniture, 4c. Having procured the
services of u competent salesman, all uusIdoss will
meet with ilteputch aud prompt returns. Cash ad
vances nindo uu Bonds for publlo Bal. Couslti
ineuts solicited, ftofer to merchants generally.
K AIL.RO ad A otel.,
(.(Tronti ng the Steamboat Lauding.)
North-east Corner Broadway and l''roiit.
R. F. LEVEEING, Proprietor.
fllO PKOOURE THE
STENCIL MAttKING PLATE
That can bo uiado in tha city go to
353. TSLm POWEHS,
Via Valnut.t.,bot. Third nnd 1ourth,
(Next door to the Sltuouic leuiple.)
E. M ! ImB three Diplomiw awarded him tor the
boat work oc7-am
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
-UNlFACTUBERS AND DEAIEM IN
FURNITUKE, CUAIRS, AND AIL
kiiida of Miutrcsies and Ittddlug, at the old
land. Ko. 136 Sycamoro-Btroiit, at iido, between
Fourth aud Fifth-ntrootn, uuveuth store above
Fourlh-streot, Chunli I'owa lined and cusjiioucd.
All orders promptly attended to. ocl-cm
ANDERSON A II AN N AEORDj.ll'clUtect,
S. W. corner Third nnd Hyciinioreta.f
jyl OtaOlMNATI, OplO.
IN ALL ITS BRANCIIES, NO. 8 EAST
Kourth-strout, between Main audtfjcsniore, Cin-
c""lfttl- . ......
ar Ito-blndiuK In every itylo. ffltwU Books neat
ly aud durably bound. 0. CltOPPKB.
D. DE FOREST,
Kinder aud Paper Ruler,
Third atory Times Building, will do all work In 111
11 ue with tiontuciia and dispatch. jri-ly
PULIiAN & WltMAMsSON,
(At tim old itaodof FnlUn, liatflold t Brown,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS" .
Ho. ii WKST SECOND UT. ,
Jfurfil pot.t.ii', formerly of Pnllan, Hat Held a Brown
THOS. H. WEASNEB,
BUILDING LUMBER, LATH,
SU1NGLKS, KTO., ETC,
;m l'lnm street, (Jluclnnntl, Ohio.
l)x(clior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory, 30 Vine St. 14
H. CAMPBELL & CO..
MANUFACTURERS OP BAR, SHEET
and Boilor Iron, Plow Slabs, Knilroail Spikes
K.to. AlMo.AsentafortheHuloof lronton Star Nail,
Wnroroonn No. 19 Eiwt Secoud Street, Oinciunat I
HrAHkiridjiIron raadetojiTder; 10S
B. K I T T R ED Q E & CO.
134 MAIN BTKKKT, 0IN01NNATI, 0.
KITREDGE & F0L30M,
A.1 Ht. (Jhurlea street, New Orleam, In.,
Importer"! of Gun & Hportln Awnrntus,
AND rKAI,UR8 IH 0M POWWt.
LCRMlKIIT BVL. JAMF.8 TKgaT
L. BYLi & CO..
CLKAXERS OK SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. W) lixth-treet, htmi Vino and lUce, in
the Medical College, t'liirioiiuti, Ohio. PoreoiLWho
limy farur uu w ith their iitronago,caii roly on puno
tualitv anil low pi ici H. epl-ay
II. A. SMITH
fie. IIS WeatHlxtli-alrert!
(HucceMor to Know ton Taft.)
No. SfJWt .t 1'oui lliHU, liet. Wnlnut Sc Vl.i
jiypii ' "
I. I. HAMLIN. H. B. KITH.
Ifrs. IIAM1EN & SM1TU.
No. 3 VVeet 1'vurth St.
LB.3. WARDLE & DOUGHTY,
Tr "IT! TVT m T" R4 m al
Oflc No. 138 West Fourth atreot.
H. S. WINSLOW,
NO. 151 SYCAMORE STREET, BELOW rilTTH
"SIR. J. WILSON'S Oflloe,68 West Fourth
Uroet.vherehe may bo eeiiralteri dully for all
Koniale Com plnlnta, Inllamraatlou ol the Cervix,
-rumpus uiernu, uu uiHpia.:euieiiiR i ine noiiio,
Hpinal and Cornhral afTectioim.anil other orgaiiicdia.
eawacouimon to lenialon. The Doctor' ioni( oipe.
rience and recent discuvury in the treatment of the
uhovodlaeama, cannot fnil to ,tlTunttrontlnfactlon.
Tlie Doctor ia airent lor a European t'omulo monthly
rm, ynuv yi auu iwu Biauipn. auiD-rn
DRS. B. EIIRMAN & C. LEECH.
Ofllre hour, from
4 HKVENTH BTUKKT.
A.n,, lto 9,atid7toV, P. M,
U. 8. NEWTON, M. 1).
Offlc. 90 West Seventh Street,
iirwMir tiki aud Acm.
O. 13. NEWTON. M. I).
Orrwsj-Ne. 90 Ve,t Beventh at roet, betweon Vine
uu unci, nnBincrs an. in ciereuiii street. !
h?I ZTFu."1""1 ,0
LADD, WEBSTER & CO.'S
SI2WINO MACHINES, , "
80 West Fourth-street,
Belwwn Vine and Walnul-itrrati, Vlnolnnatl.
BT Sand for a Circular. oeH
WILTS EE BROTHERS,
, DKALKBS IN
Improved Two-Threaded Look-Stitch
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
$95, $30 and $35.
No. 82 Flttu-slreet,
WILL HEJIOVE, OOTOBBB I, TO
No. 6 West Fourth-street,
Over BogR j 4 Smith',.
WCAgenU wanted. Addrena '
W1LTSKK BKOTIIKKS, Agenli,
cl P. 0. Box 3.3W, t'liiciuiiatl, 0.
$30. $30. $0. !?S0.
Thirty-Dollar Double lock-Stitch ,
BBUDBXD JSY BBUENT LKTTEUS PATENT.
rrWIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO
M. NOUN0G1) by all comiietniit Judires. who
havfl aetoi it. to ho tha bpHt and luoat dusirublo Fam
ily Kowing Slachlue ovur iutrodnccd, l-Pfnrdloan
Ql VrlCe. It Wilt BOW Hll H1UUB Ul IMIllliy (UUUBt
from the very thlcki'stto tliovers fliitst fabrics made,
and men all kiliila of thread, from No. 8 to ZOO.
No oil la uaen on lop of the iMnvhlne.
Bendlora circular, or cull aud sfe it in operation.
Upon early upplkation, State uud County nights may
Aa energetic poraon can make n fortune In a euort
tluie, Aneut, wanted Iu all uunold territory.
II. V. Ill RTHAN,
Sc le and exclusive oont for the United Statea,
(eptttiut JIH Welt Koiirth-atreet, Clnoinuatl.
CTITCHIN9 THB SAME ON BOTH
idos, lenvlne no rid(e or chain, and impossible
to ravel, for speed, accuracy or eiiao of notion, tho
Elliptic Machine ! without a rival.
Cincinnati, OlDoo 9'J West Fourth street.
SINGEK'S SEWING MACHINES.
Prica Reduced to $50, T5, Si 10 and f 125.
Slucer'a Vow Fninlly Sewlnn Mnrblne,
The price of which laonly H), la a llftht and elegant
ly decorated Machine, capable of performing, In the
beat stylo, all the Bowing of a private family.
Binder's Trauaveme Shuttle Machine,
To liAnnld at 875. it a MnchliKi entirely new In its ar
rangement; it la very beautiful, moves rapidly and
very easUy, and, tor timitly nso ana iiKDt niaiintac
turing purposes, la tho very beat and cheapost Ma.
chiue ever ottered to tho public.
Hlniier's No. 1 Stundnrd Hhnttle Irfnclilnc,
Formerly sold at SIM, hut now reduced to 5110,1s
Known an over tueworm. r.very son oiworn can
be done witn it.
Slnuer'a No. 'A Standard Shuttle lUnchine,
This u the favorite msuufuctnring Machine every'
where 1'rice, with tablo completu, J 125.
WBeud for a Circular.
JAM ES 8KARDOM,
Agent tor J. M. Blngor A Co.
- N S KnMt Kourtli street,
)! OIMUIMMATI, 111) 10.
Vft B.! DODDS,
ronnorly ol Uall.Dodda A Co.; late Urbaa.Dodda do.
XV. li. HioiUU Co.,
HAa-DrAOTViBa or ihi
Fire and Burglar I'rool
8. V. Corner of Vine A Second Streets.
TM la the most reliable. KIRK AND BIIHOLA
PltUOK SAFE that is made in the United Htatea.and
is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be hoU
at lower prices, and Is of better workmaushlp than
can be found elsewhere.
We have a large assortment on hand, and are de
termined to sell at prices that cannot tail to please.
, Old Sales
Takes In exchange. SECOND-HAND BATES al
ways on nana at extremely low prices. 7.
AT ItlvDI Ci:i PltlCES.
WE nAVE ON HAND XIIK LARGEST
variety nnd best selected assortment of Una
Flxtnres iu Cincinnati, consisting: of all that Is now
or deslrabUi in the Ohs Fixluro lino.
Wo warrant ovory fclxturovt'osell tone e.,ntil, botu
in miiterinl and ntilsh, to any that is sold in thlao"
nuy other market, and in addition will giiarmiti J
them to retaiu tiieir color and remain perfect fa'OVO
years from the time they are put up by us.
jy21-ciu 163 Main street, uwr Fourth
rrmirc outcai.t klastic m&
M. TAl.LKJ ItOOFINa'Ms oir. rcd to the public
as the best and cheapest Metal Roof now nsml, Its
mortis tosted by an exncrbince of Years in thiacitv
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
buildings. No solder used fastened securely with
out exposure to the action of the elements.
rrcpnreu sneeis, ooxeo tor snipuiunt to any part ot
the United States, can be applied by any one with
ordinary mecbauicul skill. Orders promptly filled.
jyle-tf 132 West Second street.
1IJR. S.UI'L SILSHEE
K1 SPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
MU tan BK1N, UUKUMATISil, UlSEAS VI
WOMEN, aud such Chronic complaints aa may be
benefitted by thellygyenic and Atmopathio sjstoiu
of his office.
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenic, Mercury, Tur
kish, Russian and Klectio-Chouilcal Baths, a Dia
pensary of Medicine, aud every manner of Eluctrlc
and Mugaotlo Apparatus.
NO. 07 WEST SIXTII-STUKKT.
Women hann 9 A. M. to R V. M. ntt-l rl
LI. P. i; LIAS'
WITCH &-JRWBLRT H01ISB
16 West Fourth Street.
Whore can be bad evrry article appertaining to th,
Bnsinens at a much lesx price, for CASH, thai
has ever before been offered In this market.
GIVE': US; A' CALL
And see for yourselves. apl(
Mo. 6IX N. K. Cor. Fifth and Lodge street!, bstwe
Walnut and Vine, Ciucinuatl,
A good assortment of SILVKRand PLATED WABA
8PK0TACL8, eto.. kept constantly on hand.
Special attention given to Cleaning and Hopalrlni
Watches and Jewelry. my 10
BEGGS b SMITH, No. 8 West 4th 8t.
ARB NOW RECEIVINO ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Wetchu, Jewelry,
SUterware and Diamonds.
A line assortment of l'lated Tea Beta and Cntler,
nd Opora 0 lames. ti
BOOTS AND SHOES.
1HAVE NOW IN STORE THE LARGEST
oud best stock of Gentlemen's (Shoes for Fall
wcarto 1 found in the city, which I nm selling very
i u ,, am ,nn, u.iiiei il. urii rilln,
ocl.t No. S Wost Fourth-stroft,
Incorpoiatetl 1S19. Charter Perpetual
wsrAgery ostauiisneuini-iiicinnB.it iu J ';, an
(ednting all present local IusiirauceCoiupanieaaiid
Aaenolea in the Insurance lin-luens In this city. ,Vl
years oou' ant duty hero, combined with wealth, ex-
porieTii'o,v iiterpnee auu iioomuiy, espucinur com
mend tho JSTN I A Itisuniuco Uniupany to tho favora
ble natronare of this communili standing solitary
and alone, the sole nurvivor aud living pioneer ol
Ci ucluuat 1 uuderwrltors of 1
I.ostica vnld InCinolntiuli tlurkic vnat Fire
Yeurx, 150,051 'il.
Iahsi.i.iitic Tun iimmpaihed.1 vitha
SUIJLUS Ol' $1,030,423 SO.
And tho prcstlgo of lUyiurstniccessaudgspemcuce.
Over $100,000 ia Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS (lb- HVt, 000.000,
Have been ptd by the ,l-;tim insurance Couipsiiy Iu
too pu-ii ii yenis.
Vti-ji n nrl Tnl,tH.l vImii t itlll. Itlks acCLTted
atternn conahtent with uulvt ory aud lair profits.
Especial atteutioa given to IniiurHiice of Dwtlllusii
Slid 0intouts, t ir terms of 1 to .V
Appli'ittiou miHle to rny duly .iitnommi agent
(rumi.tly uttendid to. ily strict attention to a legit
mate liihiinmcj biuliH M. this Coiuimtiy In eu.ibled
toon'or buth Indoiniilty for tho past and secntltyfor
tbehiture. V Ik ies Issued without delay by
JAs. 11. ( A .TJDU, Agut, lto. u ataiu street .
A. V. I'ATO , Assistaiit Agent.
H. K. M K D KV, Axeut 171 Vine street.
J.J.HOUK.Hi , Agent. Fttlton. 17th Ward. an
Important Tuiprovc lnt'iit!
WELLS' P ATENT
WEIGHS ONLY 05 LB?! MANUFACTDBEl),
WHOLKBALK AND KETA1L, BY
jy21-aul tiycitmore street, boluw Fifth.
V&M l; K
rmMlK MOST RELIABLE I'IRE AHil)
M. BUItflLAU PHOOKHAFKH. Thcyliaveglvon
more sutlsfnction than any other now in use.
We offer roniud of ON K THOL'MAN l DOT,.
I. A ItS to any porxiin that can, up m the presenl
tiiue.Hhowa single instimce wherein they have tailed
to preserve thoir coition ta.
With this SAFE W" clmlloiigo all coin petition, ns
being tho best Fire Proof, Hiirgtsr Proof, or Fire
nnd Burgliir Proof now nindo; and nro willing to
tent with uuy estiiblislimeiit In tho Union, and the
party falling first, to forfeit to tho other, tho slim
Of ?2,(KKI. 1 , . ,
We are prepared to furnish a hotter Snfe, nnd at loss
cost, than auy other muiiuf.icluror ia tho Culled
ft-tiyind-h)iiid !Sr,; "f .wiivr inakere, nlio on hand.
' Werospi'i tl'iilly; invite the public to till itml exaiu.
luo our stock bofure niircltri iiny eNewht re.
BALL. L'ARKOI.I. k CO.,
angl2-ayt H"i. I'nml Ym Columbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholio, and
ALL TAINS LV THE HTOWAf U A BOWELS.
Mario by CEO. S. LTdHT,
WH0M8ALB DRC0018T, OIKCIOTf ATI.
FOR SAT,B HT 1). I'AllK. SUIKK. KCK
STINK b CO., and Druggists inmerully. Order left
at Williamson & Hatvikld, iio. 41 Wulnu
will be attended to.
GLASGOW ANI NEW YORK
BTEAfll TO OLAHUO ,. .L1VKBP00L, UKLKA8T,
rnoM m:w tonic.
rji,i.iiv.Tliiin,9oii.Wednesdav. AiiR.Zt.nt 12 uoon
l'liiiliiirnli.Ciiiuuiirg..WoliiiWioue I, "
July 6, "
F.dliibuiuh, Cnmining...8alurday, ilnyr.
(IIiihkow, Thoinaou...Wcducsday, Jul) i, .
fiilinburnli, Cmumiiig... " July 2.
Rates of Passage from New York, Philadelphia ol
Boaton, to Glasgow. Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin oi
Londonderry, tint class, t75. Wteorugo, found will
an abundance of proporly-cooked provisions, .'lt).
Anexperiouced Hurgeon attached to each steamer.
No charge for medicines.
For Freight or Hassann, apply to
ap-.T IIOIIKRT ClfcAlU. 17 Broadway.
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aillHOil I'UB SuilIIiO OIllHLIoa
AFTER M AN i" EARS Off PRACTICAL
experience Iu tho ait of (lustird-muhjjig, tin
proprietors oiler the above braudof Mustard to tin-
fiublic, guaranteeing it a strictly pure article, manu
actured from tho host ojoallty of seed, carefully se.
looted with the design of producing a MiiHtaril SUPtl
RIOK IN FLAVOR AND PUJ.U1SN0V TO ANT
NOW IN TJBK. We have no hesitation In snylnc
that all lovevsof good Mustard will li ml tho I. Ji. L.
to Lethal which they so Ircunently fail to obtain,
MUSTAKO THAT IS JIirSTARI).
S'Ordors promptly filled.
UA1I1US0N A WILSON,
Salt t: and 1H vVnloni-Mrret.
Money! Jfioncy! filoney!
llmnovod I'roin 50 West Slxth-atrect.
MONEY LOANEDON WATCHES, JBW-'
ELHV and all kinds of Slercu mdfso. at low
rates or Interest, at No. 173 Vlns-s'ieet, between
Fourth aud Fifth. 214
'fllHE ondorelgnod Is proparod lo put on a
JL CoinposlliouUoorof tho best gnnllty at short
Cilice (n J A It. Druco'l Carriage Repositorr, cor
ner Third and Vine. ....
OTT Rootlne material constantly on hand, and for
sale. Ov27-3ni J.M. N
At the Old Established Stand,
31 KABT FIFTH, 11 ET. MAIN AND SYCAMOHK.
I HAVE A LARGE AND DESIRABLE
stock of Ilonseholn aud Oftlco Furniture, both
new ond second hand, consisting m' line Imlstraris,
solas and parlor chairs, Bowels iiiidlngrnlu' ni st,
iiil-ololh, cutlery, olo. A hue iisiorlumiit ,f i:oun
ters. Hludvliir, ofllce deaks nnd srool., etc. Also, ii
stock of billiard tables, pliiuns, otia marble-tot
conntirs and liildttl un hau l mi l fur s ile luv.
ep:wmt WM. CAIITKII, Proprietor.
Hf AVS:r T'-
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
170UR DAILY TRAINS
JL" Hlxtli-slroot Dope
Trnbt. run throilKII
Inillaimpolls, Lima, Ban.
tut cliiuiee of cars.
dusky and OlevotauiT without clinnge of oars.
Ti.r..noli Tlrkets for all tuteru. West.ru. North.
em and Korlh-westcni cities.
A. flt- K lK KH!4 THAU Ntolnnibnj time,
which iSKOven minutes faster than Oinclnmitl) lor
Cleveland and PiltstmrB.via iNMawnriMiiiikes close
couneclion at Crestlino lor Pittsburg, Unltiuivre,
Philadelphia and Mew York! and at Cleveland lor
Dunkirk. Uiinalo, l)osfcu and ew "lurk. Also.cen
uccls at Dayton with L.iyton and Jliclijuau Uoart tor
Troy, Pinna, Kidney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort
Wayne ami Chicago, reaching Toledo at 3:.W. Detroit
at 6:110, and Chicago at T.3I P. tiuliinr aud Ibileim
at 7 A. M. Also, at Dayiou with (JreeuvUloaudaiiaiul
Uoud, for lireenvillo, I'nior., Winchester aud Hun.
cle. Also, couneots at Kirbmeud with 1 ndiaiia Cell,
tritl lioiid.forlndiauspolls, L:ileyette,!liiciigo,Terrti
Dilute, St. Louis, ami all Wesliin tit. .. Also, at
ilhlinionU with Cincinnati aud Chicago Kou'l, tec
Anderioti, h'okomo Kiel I'oru. Al.:, ouinccU with
Jnuction llnilioadat llanillton for C.iloid.
ft A. ill. MAIL THA IN For Diiytou, Spring.
Held and ftindasky Connects nt bnude-iky with
STKAM B II for HKT U01T: at Lit DANA lorCOLl' 81
ni'tl: at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wnyncand Ohi
r.u lli ,.l V ,t uikI West: nt C'K ilo with ('. and To.
loJo Howl lor ciovelauil and llullalo, Toledo, Dotroit
and Chicago. Thia train also connects at LKLA
WAUE wllh trie C, 0. 4 C. Road lor Cleveliuid aud
points Fart; ubso connect, at Hamilton with Junction
Kuilrnmt tur Oxf'rd.
1:H( H. jll. TltAIX For Dayton, hnu0elU
aud NinUiiky Connvcts lit Forest with Pi'tsburK.
Fort Wayne mid Chlingo llo.nl. Knit and West: at
(Jivdo wlthO.snd Toleilo Itoiol for Clevoliiudiing Buf
falo, Toledo, Detroit UUlll lli' llgO. Also, coiiuoctsiit
Kii-hinoiid for Iiiillsuupilis, Teiro lluiito, fci. Louis
and Chlcugn. Also, coi'.ucctswith Junction Unilroad
at llauiilton for Ox ford.
tl 1. (H.TH IN-For Daylon, Troy, Plaua,Hiil.
n-t, Lima, I'cleilo, Detroit, Fort Wayne aud Chi
cait, reaching OIiIcako ut g A. .11,
SThe6niid 8 A. M. trains connect At Cleveland
with steumers fr BnlVnln.
For further information and Tickols, apply at the
Ticket oiHcoa -north-oast corner Front and liroao
way; No. HiU Walnul-street, near Uibson House; at
the now Tick.t i.Mllco.oi the west side cl'Viue-etreet,
between VoRtoltlce mul Ii n .net House; at the Wuluur
Street House, or at tboSU th-street Depot.
aul.1 D. MolJlRlBucrJnteiiilent.
RAILROAD COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
TllttEa TIlROL'dfl SXPRKSS TRAINS.
First Train Ko. 1 E j ptisis. at f A. 11., ccnuccts vti
Coltun boa UcdC'lJVidunii.vlnl'oliuiibiiH, Crestlino aii J
I'lltAliiuuli. via Colombo. Ktoiileu' ille and rtll.i-
l.nruli. li.omitvhi.Clevalit.idiiud rit'.nliter. This Ti aiu
stops, between Ciiioiuuiill and Coliinibus, lit Lovn
laLd, Deerheld, Morrowr XeniiL Cedarvillo, fioulU
Cluirlestun, bonnou Mini west oeuersou.
Ueeond Tralu- No. 2 Express, at e:W A.M., connects
via Oelnmbus, liellnir anil lleuwood; Wlieellug; via
('restline tied I'itlshiirn: via Columbus nnd Clovo.
land; Detroit, via Clovdiind itud sleamer: hilo Sill
phiir Station, via Bprlngtwld. This Train etops !.
twoen Cincinnati Bud Columbus, nt PlniiivllSe, JIM.
ford, M bimiville, Lovelaiid, Deerdeld, Morrow, Cor
win. Spring Valley, Xunliwiud Loudon.
Thlnl Train Accommodation, at :I0 1. il., for
Fourth Train Night Kspross.nt 11:IP. M.J con
iieolviii'.'oliiintnis, lielhiii and Hen wood; Whirling
via L'uliimbiis, titimbenvillii and Pittsburg; ria Co.
luuibiw, Crestline nod Piltsbuvs: via Columbus ona
Cluvolmid. This train atop, at Lowland, Alorrnw,
Cerwin, Xenla und London, BLEiii'IKU (.'AltS OJS
THIS TRAIN. -
Wo. 1 Express, through toClevclund without cuauya
No. 2'Kipress, through to Wheeliugwilliout chattjis
Tho NIOIIT KXPRKS8 Train leaving OmcimvU
at 11:31 e. M.,nins dally, except SATU1IUAYM. i'u
other Tmlns run daily, except tJUNDAVS.
For all Information, and Through TicUols to lies
ton, New York, l'liilnttolphia, llultimore, Wuflliiu
ton, llull'iilo, KUiiara Falls, Dunkirk, (Cleveland.
Pittsburg, Wheelina, aud nil the Kusleru plana,
apply at the DiHces, Walnut Stni liouse,No. 1 bur.
net House, south east corm'r ol ilroadway uod Front
streets, aud at the Knsteru Depot.
Trains run by Columbnstime, which is seven min
utes faster than Cincinnati timo.
J. I) (J HANI), Hup 't.
Omnlbnscs call forpaasongors by leaving diroclioa
at tha ThtetOllicos niJ'17
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
Only One Change of Can letieeen Cincinnati
; , oud Chicago.
Throe Passengor'i'ralnsleiveCIiic'iiiintiilnlly, from
the foot nf Mill and Front streets.
0:M A, BI. Chicago dlail arrives nt IniliaiiiipullH at
lOioilA. H.i Chicago at T.'th I'. HI. This tram con
nects with nil night tralusoutof Chicsito, for the
West and North-west.1
13:01) ftl. ierre Haute aim L.iyiayesto Accomnioua
tlou arrives at Indianapolis, nt l:00 P. M makins;
direct connections at Indianapolis with Torre Hi:ti
Trains and Indianapolis nud Lsiayoll tniins for
Decatur, Springlield, Suples, (luini y, llHiinibal and
Ht.Josi'ph; also with Pciii trains lor Foru, Ft. Wayus
6:00 P. III. Chicago Express arrives nt Indiauspolli
at 111:30 P. M.i Chicago at i:10 A. HI. MuUlug olosa
connrrtionsat Cliicugowith all morning trains out
of Chicago. This train connects nt ludinnApollii
with Terra Haute trains for all points VVust aud
Bleeping 'cars are attached to all the night trains
on this line, aud run through to Chicago without
change of cars.
This Is exclusively n western ana tiorlli-weBtora
route, and with favsrable and reliable arrangements
with all comiectleg roads throughout tho entire
West, guarantees unnsnal care nnd I he amplest ao
coiiimodatlonstothoiialroiiaol this lino.
fjj Ilectire you are in tho right ticket oBice before;
you purchase your tickets, ami ask for tickets via
Fare tho same ns by any vliior route, llaggaga
i th itnlKill TKiJOVfH. good i'ji til used, enn beoh
tallied at tho tic ket oflices, at tfpencor House Oornor,
uoiihHiiwt comer Broadwuv and Front; No. I Hor
net, Home Corner; at the Walnut-street House, nnd
at Depot oltke, foot of il ill, on Front street, where
ell necessary information may bo had.
OinnlbiMses run to und from ?nch train, and w
call toi passengers at ail hotels and all parts of the
city, h) leaving address at eil her otticc.
W. 11 . ii. N0I1LK,
niylO General Ticket Agent,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS. Cincinnati, Richmond &
Orecvt Through Route ior
SJSBRK HA (ITU,
FOKT WAV ND.
TWO I'AILY THROUGH TRAINS baveHlxlu street
l)oi'ot,at6 A. M.and i:SttV. M,
4 A, H.-l-Sf)IANAl'0LI8,Bl'. LOUlti A CHICA
GO FAST UXPUESH. Through direct, niiikiugclons
eonnecuons lor niioinor estern aim mnrin-n ostein
points. This Train also connects at Klrhmoml with
! Cincinnati and Chicago Kuans, for Andorsou, &oko
; no. Loganspoit, and all poiute un Wabash Valley
i ll4:3iM!'M.-lNDIA'lsAPOLIB, CHICAOO A PT.
LOUIS NIQIIT U.XPRKtiU. Tliofttmvo'l'rains make
! close connections at lndluuaioli.s,Lut'iiyotteaiidChl
1 cago, wit h Trains for Torre Haute, Kprinxllold, Ho,.lt
Island, Unleshnrg, Kenosha, La Crosse, Jacksonville,
Duuville, uiiriiugiiiu, Milwaukee, aiaitnou, tuples,
Galena, guiucy, Prairio du Chien, l'aua, Peoria,
Dunleith, liacine, Uccalur, Olooiilngton, Joliet, La
Ballo, tit. Paul, and all towns and cities iu the North
ftsT-Through Tickets given and Rs.ggntfe chocked
'Fur ?nnhor Information and Through Tickets, ap.
Bly to Ticket Olbcoa, noi tb-uiuit comer ol Front ami
nmilwny; No, H Wnlnut street, near Fourth; nt
outh-east corner oi iniirtu auu vine street, or at
the Sixth-street Depot.
I). A. MOKBOW, 'iio.'.vilfnilent.
Omnlbuass will call for pasaonif ri) by klvlng f.ticlf.
nnm.a at either of the Ticket Off
138 VV. U. nil, Agout.
G AN D Y ! OANDY
II. 3T- OIiAHIii:,
(Bnooosaor to MixaiiCo,).
Mauufactui-ei'B aud Wholesale. IX'ak'ri
AND PLAIN CAND115S.
40 MAIN STREET,
my 1 7
FINE GERMAN CIGARS!
MANCIftAUS!-.rnlm Mates I
snpi'Mor Oimirs, which ho will fiiII uw
Til IDA IE II IIHiLDJNI),
"SJ LAYING CAKDii!
.IL .Vdin Uites bus just iicidiril
fwftiK- r M-ii i j
iifiwior riiyi i i iranis,
fait Hilitim Hytfiuun.stri'it.
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