THE PEE S S.
orrici, 11 west voueth-stbmt.
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 116
A SPORTING LYRIC;
OR, HOW PAT SHOT "RADE" BIRDS.
Three men aud a bull-dog iily.
Two guns ami a terrier Imiiio
Thy'il better stand out of Hie niud, there,
And sot themselves up Fur game.
But no, I ice liy t lio tucking
Ol' that red-lioailrd Paddy's eye,
lie's been "railing" too much for you, sir,
Any audi game to try,
"Wlilst, Jsmey, air boy! Laps dark, there.
And hould the big bull-dog in;
There's a bloody big cloud of rade birds,
Just come for a pepperin'."
Chin, bang! speaks the little barrel;
Klip. biKing! roars the old "Ouwn Ann"
There's a I'aildv stretched outin a mud hole
A kii ked down, knocked over man.
The big hull-ilog'seyns slick out,
iv vim "ii-,i,'k i, qui it
And the terrier')! barks begin:
i ne runny uigs out Ol me ni
And then the "discuorsin"
And then the "discuorsin" comes in;
"(th, .Iniuey! ye precious young blsggard,,
1 know ye r tho devil's own son
How many a thitfnr's load, thin,
Uiil you put iu the d ould gun!"
"How many Angara? Bejabers! 1 '?
bid I nivir put in a euc;
D'ye think I'd be xlilier ramming .
My lingers into the gnat" . ,
"Well, give me the ptiwdther. Janiey" '
"The pcwtllior as aureus 1 ni bom,
I put it all iatoyer uiuskit,
As I'd niycr a powdtb.w-liorn ! "
Letter From John Randolph.
Tho following interesting letter is li-oui
John lUndolpli, of Ktweko, written to
John Randolph JJryant, who matried his
Livorito niece. It was rrittonr twenty
iiino years ago, from Kngtancf,- short
time before death :
LONDON, December 28, 1830.
.Mr Dbab Godson: Although. 1 iavo so
lately written to your better-half, d at
8ueh tedious length, teo, yet 1 tianaot
refrain from the attempt te engraft a U old
heud upon .young shoulders, notwithstand
ing my belief that no man is tho wiser for
another's experience. There are too
many who aro unablo to profit by thJ'
own. Witncsstho gambler and tho spend
thrift, not to mention another class of vic
tim ol licentious propensities maturcu
into habitual indulgence. Each of these
wretched votaries of his darling vice is
nioro sensible to tho ruinous effects of his
folly than any preacher who exhorts him
Hjia'iust the eonsciucnce. Ho that wears
th'a clmin best know how and whore tho
fetter galls. They that declaim against
the iixed and rooted ill habits of their
neighbor, under tho expectation of reform
ing him, only show that they themselves
tiro coxcombs. Kather sontontious and
flat this, you will say, and you will say the
truth. ; ' -:. ' 1
Having established yourself in Glou
cester, let me remind you "not to put off
untilto-inorraw what may bo done to-day,"
and to lenve until next year what could
be done this (1830.) Plant all sorts of
trees. Man and boy 1 knew John Lewis
sumo forty years or so, although 1 never
was in his house. It may be probable ho
has saved you. the trouble of rearing
ornhnrds. Hut, bo that as it may, fail
not to havo a good apple orchard, espe
cially, and banish ardent spirit as a
beverage from your table.
If, at the beginning, you are
obliged to resort to spirits, lot your wii'o
mako punch or toddy by measure, of a
certain strength, never to bo increased,
according to the good old Virginia faBhion.
2. Havo no dealing that can possibly
bo avoided with your neighbors. The
disregard of this eaution will certainly
lead to Bciuabbles and strife
Tako no receipt on loose pieces of
paper. Carry n receipt book in your
pocket, and take all receipts in it; if yon
are afraid of losing it, keep it in your
desk. Always have tho receipts witnessed
I. Copy, or have copied, all your bills
in a book, so that vou mast at a alanse
nee tho cost of any article or branch of
expense. Without aceurato accounts yon
may lirstfall behindhand. What voyage
would a shit) mako without observation
or reckoning? You are now embarked
on a voyage of l'tc j without a good look
out vou mav be cast away.
.'). I'orra no intimacies with your neigh
bors under a sovon years acquaintance,
The risid observance of my own maxims
did net prevent ill-blood between some of
my neighbors and mysclt. ' My maxims
preserved me from strife and from loss
bv those. With tho rest I was on tho
bent of terms.
li. tfuonuray, tho adapting of your sup
plies judiciously to tho intended end.
This is a cift of Ciod. It eannot be
taught, at least 1 have tried to learn it
all Biy life, without success. My
mother had in pertoction.
7. Frugality It is in the power of
every honest man, who means to retain
his honesty, to refrain from indulging in
expenses wnieh he eannet afford. A dis
regard of this maxim, the result of their
ignorant inuoienco ioi uicir own anairs,
lias ruined all my namo and race; they
did not know what they could afford, and
Boinc, 1 fear, did not caro.
1 shall sond you some acorns of an oak
from Turkey, and also a lew UnpMum
I'lant them in beds, keep elean and trans
plant at eighteen mcbes or two tcet hiiih
I hope that you will not forgot broad
nuts, English walnuts, filberts, hazel nuts
I shall probably never see you and my
darling neico succeed as Housekeepers.
I aily and every day I hnd that I am
Hinkini;. i o bo laid ly the side ol my
honored parents at Old Matoax, is now
the only wish that I have personally
in YNCll. .N o tomb-stone, no monument lor
mo. Let ''spring with her dewy fingers
eold," dress the turf that shall cover my
no longer feverish head or throkbing
heart. If there bo any memorial ot me,
let it be a plain head stone, with this in
sciintion: "John itandolph, of Itonnoke,
son of John Kandolph, of Roanoko, the
older, and i ranees Wand, lus wile,
Viminia, born Jane 2, 1773, diod
I Sol." Beyond this lust poriod I feel
that it is impossible, almost a miracle
for my existence to be prolenged. "Thy
will bo done.
1 nni now closely confined to my apart
ment. With faithful John's aid, I have
all the comforts that I am now capable
tnioving : my lilo hancs upon his.
i had like to havo omitted one special
eaution against going to the watoring
nlnces in autumn in search ot hcaltti
?m hi, idle, diisinated and exponsivo prati
tico. if you are to live in tho lower
uountrv you must acoustom yourself
the climate, whieh 1 have no hesitation
wiyiDg is m every way more neaitny man
that of the upper country short of
Alleghany. When 1 was a boy, agues
mid fevers wcro hardly known twonty
miles west of the falls of the great rivers,
The inhabitants of the lewer country
were always jeered by the trans-mountain
people, espeeially on account of their
sickly climate. Hut now perhaps the
valley is the sickliest in the State. Who
ever heard of the breaking p of old
William and Jlary by an indigenous
plague? Ib case you Bhould go far
enough West (to Montgomery or Wythe)
to avoid autumnal diseaso, you must count
upon dying tho first time that circum
stances oblige you to spend the season at
homo. Thero never was complaint of
sickness at Warner Hall until the last
Warner introduced tho rum fever. The
notion of ill health has boon a pretext to
cover the love of gadding and gossiping ;
and for a winter climato and spring espe
eially, (not mentioning road's,) thero is
Tray mention Mrs. Y. Bibber's lowest
prico lor her cstato, ana Jonn iuuu s,
also, if practicable.
Adieu, my children.
, J. It., of ltoanoke.
To John Bandolph Bryant, Esq.
Too Good to he Lost. A very popular
preacher in South Carolina, and secession
ist withal, harangued his hearers on tho
importance of perseverance and fortitude
He said: "You that is church members
must not look back on Babylon like Paul's
wife . done! You may bo a hoa better
than tho world's pooplol lteligion am
like a battlo, and Hatan are strong. He
hates good men and wants to kill thorn at
wonst. In short, my dearly beloved hear
ers, you must do like Ginoral Washing
ton dono at the battlo of Waterloo. In
the skrimaga his horso was killod by a
British knnnon ball. Did Washington
give up his sword to the enemy? Not Ho!
lie sung out at the top of his voico, 'A
horso! a horse! my kingdom for a horse!"
A horso was brought him by Frank
Marion, and he drovo the bloody British
from tho field and thus secured the liber
ty of South Carolina!" ;
Printers' Pkovkubs. Xevor Inquire
thou of the oditor for the rows, for behold
it is his duty at tho appointed time to give
it unto thee without asking. When thou
dost write for bis paper, nover say unto
lim, "what thinkest thou of my piece?"
i or it may no that tho truth mayollend
th ee- It is not fit that thou shouldst ak
hiiu who is the auther of an article, for
his duty requires him to keep such things
to h.uiiself. When thou dost enter into
his o.f ico, have a care unto thyself that
thou J'ost not look at what may be lying
open, for that ia not meet in the sight of
1 1? . -v -.1 .1 .1
goon Dreeuing. eiuicr examino inouine
proof sheet, for until ready to meet thine
ev e, thou mayest not undorstand it Pre-
I for tho best conducted paper to nny other,
and subscribe immediately lor it and pay
m advance, and it shall be well with thee
and thy little ones.
Gints Bewark! Girls "beware of tran
sient young men. Never suffer the ad
dresses of a stranger, 'ttecolloct that one
good printer, or an industrious mechanic,
is worth all tho floating fops in tho world.
Tho allurements of a dandy Jack, with a
gold chain around iiis neck, a walking
stick in his paw, a three penny cigar in
his mouth, uoino honest tailor's coat on his
baok, and a brainless though, tancy skull,
never can mako up the loss of a good fa
ther 8 homo, a good mother s counsel, and
the society of brothers; and sisters; their
affections lost, whilo th at of such a young
man is lost in tne w;ty ot a honeymoon.
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO DO,
on the ahorieut until e, and In thclalest and
must fashionable ityie, all kinds of
8 COB. AS
BILLS OP LADING;
DBA Y TIUKKTSi
BILLS Olf KAKR
C .A. Jrl X 3 ;
ia runt ami it modibati rueis.
FRANCISCO & CALDWELL.
Six Cents a Week!
Pays for tlie Penny Press,
No. 11 Wet Fourth-street.
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
No. IT State-atroct, t'oluuibm, Ohio. .
mar Agent for tho WKEKLY SCIENTIFIC ART
ISAN. ALEXANDER JOHNSTON ,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MEIt-JUAN'l'-SiU'-roomNo.7
Will attoiol to tho snlcu of Konl Sntulo, 1'oinonsl
1'roporty, Dry (ioodil, Unrdwure, Hula, Boot, Shorn,
Groceries, furniture, 4o. llaviug procured the
services of h competent milottiimu, all biinlrnnK will
moel witli Ulrriittcli mid prompt returns. OnHh ad
vances made on Roods for public, Hales. Cousigu
merits solicited, liefer to moruhttnts generally.
I oc N -mill
(Fronting tlioSttwmboitt Landing.) -North-east
Corner Broadway and Front.
R. F. LEVERING, Proprietor.
nno PROCURE THE ..VERY ; bbst
STUNCIli MARKING FLATS ,
That can b made In the city go to .
33. HI. POWERS,
im WnlniH-at., bet. Third and Fonrth,
(Next door tothe Mliaonioli-oip e.)
K. M. V. has throe Diplomas awarded him Tor the,
but work . oc7-m .
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
MANUrAClUBEBS AND DEAIEBS IN
FURNITURE, CUAIRS, AND ALL
kinds of JlnttroKses nml Bedding, t the old
stand, No. 136 Syeiimoru-stroet, oast siUo, botweeil
KourtU and i'ifth-stroots, seventli storo abovo
Fourlli-stieet, Church l'ews liued aud cushioned.
All orders promptly attended to. ocl-cin
NDKRSON A II ANNAFORD.ArcliUecf
8. W. corner Third and Sycnmore !.,
Jyl OltlClNNATI, OUIQ.
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, NO. 8 J5ASI
rourth-streot. between Main sndBjcainoro, Cm-
cinnati. . .
bsrile-blndiDK in oyery style, musie books nwi.
ly and durably bound. . 0. OJtOui'ICU.
D. DE FOREST,
Hook Kinder and Paper Ruler,
Third story Time Building, will do all irork in hi
lino WHil neatness aiin uiwpnicii. -
(At the old stand of I'ullau, llalfiold 1 Brown,)
Mo. a WEST HKOONOST,,
Mhuph POLiAN.formorlyof I'nllau.UalneldABrowa
THOS. H. WEASNEIt,
UBALKn IN ALL KINDS Of
BUILDING LUMBEE, LATH,
8H1HOLB3, KTO., ETO.,
'All IMiiiii Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
J. J. BITLEK'S
lluclMor Fluid Inks.
Manufactory. 39 Viue St. M
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET
iTJL and Boiler Iron, l'low 8I1, llailroad Spikes
n. . ..... I (h. a. 11 ,.r lmnl.,11 N .r Nni I
Wnreruoms No. Id East aocond Street, Clocionat
Ohio. . ... ,M
(TAI1 klpds iron mana to onmr. i
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
iai MAIN BTMKKT, 01KOIMKAT1, 0.
LflTREDGE Sl FOLSOM. -
r.S Ht, Oharlea street, New Orleans, La.,
Importer of Gnat iv Snorting Appnratita,
AND DKALKRS IN OCN FOWUIIl.
LBENUEUT ni'L. JAMtg TEUBl
L. HYIj c UU..
CLEANKRS OF KINKS AND VAULTS,
No. vs Sixth-street, between Vine and Kaco, Id
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. I'ersous who
luay finer ns witti inotr patronage, cauroiy on punc
tuality huh low prices. nepi-ay
0. 10N8ALL. U- A. SMITH
DON3ALL Si aiviiin,
No. IIS Went Six th-s treet,
(Bnccessor to Knowltoo ft Taft.)
No. 3U Wt'Bt fourth 8t., bet. Wnlnu t it Vine
. h. uamlin. n. a. (iih.
Drs. IIAMLEN ft SMITH,
ID jHSTST T I
No. 3 Wel fourth Ot.
DBS. WARDLS & DOUGHTY,
CIQot No. 138 West Fourth street.
H. S. WINSLOW,
NO. 131 BYUAMOKIC BTKKKT, BELOW Firm
VI- J- WILSON'S Office, 58 West Fourth-
slrttet, wliero lie may lie cousulteil dnlly forall
Hemaio uonipiaiuts, innammalion ot tne frvix,
Prolamua Utorea. all dinnliicementM of the Womb.
Bpinal and trobral anectiotis,aiid other orftantc ills
esses common to females. Tho Poctor's long expe
rience and recent discoT.ry in the treatment of the
aliovo diseases, can not full te give entlro satisfaction.
The Doctor is anent for a Kurepeau female monthly
nil; price 91 anu iwostanipi. auiA-in
DRS. B. EHRMANN W. C. LEECH,
OrriOB NO. 4tf BJGVKNTH 8TBEKT
Office hours from A. U., 1 to 3) and 7 toll, 1'. M
It. 8. NEWTON, M, U.
OMfii, 80 West Seventh Street,
TWBIIH AID IiC. ' ICS
O. E. NEWTON. M. I
Orricn No. 90 West Seventh slroct, !tween Vin
biiu iinw. nninKPiufi no, m mroiitn mrofli. !
tk.'l.... ....J VI.. ri m . . .
a, at.) 1.4 to m v. a.-, i to a r. ii.
(J' 11 - II" !li ituilll
LADD, WEBSTER oc CO.'S
80 West Fourth-street,
Between Vine and Walnut-street,, Cincinnati.
W Bend for a Circular. oel
, ' , -DIALKB8 IN- ; ; .
mproved Two-Threaded Lock-Stitch
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
$35, $30 and $35.
. WILL EKMOVB, COTOBEB 1, TO
No. 6 West Fourth-street,
"" - Oyer Boggsi Smith's.
WAgonta wanted. Address i". I :i 1,
' WILTS BE BUOTUBRHi Astentsi .
ool - f . O. Box ilOtf. (Jinciuuati, 0.
$3. $30, ; ; $30. ; r f 30.
Thirty-Dollar Double Look-Stitch
' . .i. 4'.ir, ...
BICVBED Dlf RECENT LKTTEBS PATENT.
T1HIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO
. NOUNCKD by all competent Juilaes, who
have seen it, to be the best and most desirable Fam
ily Sewing Machine eror introduced, renrdleii
or price. It will sew all kinds of fiunily goods,
from the very thickest to tho very finest fabrics made,
anil uses all Kinds of throad, from No, 8 to 2UU. i
Na oil I lined on top ot theOlncnine.
NMiiftl'.trA r.irnliliti-. or mil Ami neA it In Operation.
Upon early application, Statu and County KisbLuiay
beiocurcil. . . . . ,
AnMnnrtfntin nemoncAii make a fortune in a short
time. Agents wanted In all unsold territory.
. is. t;. nun 'rutjwr
8c lo and exclnsivo acont for tho United Slates, .
sepHtnit itS West iToiirtb-street, Cincinnati.
CTITCHINa THE SAME ON EOTII
sides, lonviug no ridge or chain, and impossible
to ravel. For speed , accuracy or case of motion, the
Kliiptio Machine is without a rival.
Clnclnnntl, Ofllee 34 West Fourth afreet,
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES.
Vices RedMcd lo 50, $75, PllOandf 125.
Slnaor's New Family Sewlns Blnchlne,
The price of which isonly gftO, is a light nndolecant
ly docorntcd Machine, capable of performing, iu tho
best stylo, all the sewing of a private family.
glosrer'H Trnnsverae Shuttle Machine)
To be sold at S79, is a Machine entirely new In its ar-
rangemnntl It is very Doautuui, uiovo. rapiuiy nuu
very easdy, and, for faaiily uso and liclit manufac
tnrina nnrDoses. is the very best and cheapest Ma
chine ever offered to the public
Hlntcr'H No. 1 Slnndnrd Shuttle IHnchlne,
rnrmnrlv sold at 8IW. but now reduced to 8110.1s
known all over the world. Every sort of work can
bo done with it. ' -
Hlnger'H No. !t Htnntliird HIintlloAInohlne,
Thin In thofavorltemanufacturlns machine everr-
wliore Fries, with table complete, J125.
rBeud for a Circular.
JAM ES SKARDOK,
Agent for J. M. Singer ft Co.
No. 8 EhnI Fourth street,
Jol4-t CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Wi B. DODDS,
W. It. DiHUlH & C o.,
MANorAcnrBCBfl or TH
rire and llurglar Prool
S jSLIP 3S!
8. W. Corner of Vine & Second Strecltf.
Thlm la the most reliable HUE AND flUlKlLA
nni it i If A If K that is made in the United States, and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Onn bo sold
at lowor prices, and is of better workmanship than
can bo found elsewhere.
We have a large assortment on hand, and aro de
termined to soli at prices that cannot fail lo please.
Taken In oxchangn. BKdOND-HAND HAFHB al
ways on hand at extremely low prices. 97
AT REDUCED 1'llICES.
TE HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST
w T variety and best selected assort ment of Gas
r xtiiresin u nciunati. consts HiKor ail mat is new
or dosirablo in tho Gas Fixture lino.
Wf. um rrn .1 1 ..... M'l v.iir. wa .,,11 li. nnnul. hntll
In material and linish, to any tliatissold in tliiso'
any other market, and in addition will guarantee
them to retain their color and remain perfect forays
yearsirom tne time tneyare put up uy us.
van, boo, ana examine our biock,
AluHEMltY A C AH SON.
jy21-cm 1M Main streot, near Fourth
ROOFING ! R00rilCi !
fllIlE "OUTCAIiT ELASTIC ME
M. TALIilO R00F1N0" is offered to tho pnblio
as the best and cheapest Metal Itoof now used, its
merits tested bv an exnerionce of venrs in thin citv
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
oaiiuings. nosoiaernseu lasieneu securely wun
out exiwsure to the action of the elements.
rrepareu surets, uoxea tor shipment to any part 01
llin Uliitoll Htates. can be anolied bv anv one with
ordinary uiocbauical skill. Orders nmniptly Slled.
lylfi-tf laaWestMecond street.
DR. SAWL'L SI LS IS EE
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OP
T11K bKIN, lillKUMATISM, DIoAKS OV
W'OMKN, and such Chronio complaints as may be
beneUtted by the Qygyenio and Atmopathie system
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenic, Morcnry, Tur
klsh, Bussian and Kloctro-Chemicsl Baths, a Vis
pensary of Medicine, and every mannor of Eloctrlo
and llugnetio Apparatus.
XO. 67 WIGHT BIXTH-BTUEKX. ....
HsTOfTlr. Imiirs 9 A. M. to H P.M. .MlO-tfl
U. P. Eli IAS'
WITCH & JEWELRY HOUSE
16 West Fourthi Street.
Whore can be bad every article appertaining to the
Business at much leas price, for CASIf, than
has ever before boon offorod in this market.
GIVE US A CALL"
Anil see for yourselves. apM
No. 64, N. it. Cor. Fifth and Lodgo street,, betwoe
Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati.
A goon assortment of SI LV K Band PL ATKD WA BA,
SPKOTACLS, eto., kept constantly on hand.
8 poolal attention given to Cleaning and Iiepalrlni
Watches and Jewelry. mylO
BEGGS sb SMITH, No. 41 West 4th St.
ARB NOW RECEIVINO ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watches, Jowolrr.
Hliverware and Diamonds.
,. , ALSO
A tine assort mnt ol Plated Tea Bete and Cutlery
nd Opera Olasso. . jj,
.'. ; " '' '' " Foir 1 ' '
BOOTS AND SHOES.
I HAVE NOW IN STORE TIIE LARGEST
and best stock of Gentlemen's Shoes for Fnll
wearto be found in tho cily, which I am selling very
chonp for cash. JOHN II. HKTKBS,
oola Ho.M West Fourth-street.
H.. . ll
BY Z 8 T AT" E A TJ THOfflTT,
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
KsTAgeicy establishedinCinclnnatlin lH-i8,n;
tedatlug all present local Insurance Com pun Ids and
Agencies in tho Insurance business in this city. J.I
years conilant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience, ; n terprise and liberality, especially com
mend tho jETNA Insurance Company to the favora
ble patronage of this communlH standing solitary
and alone, the sole survivor ni.n living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of 1H'13
Losses paid In Ciiiclnmtit iturhig vast Five
Veins, !SI3ti,054 it.
lABSOLUTK AWi) UNlMl'AlBKD.J WITH A
SUUPIiUS OV 91,030,423 80.
And tho prestige of 40 yenra success and expoBlonce.
IKVKSTltlUITg OF ' ' ' . 1
Over $100,000 iu Ohio Securities.
Have been paid by tho Km lustirauca Uonipauyln
the past40 years. .
Fire mid InlnndNnviBBllon.-Illsks accepted
at terms consistent with solvency and fair prollts.
Kspecial attention given to Insurance of Ilwullings
and Uontenui, for terms 01 i tony s.
Application made to any duly -nthortod Agent
riromptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
mste Insurance business, this Company is enabled
to offer both iudeniuity for tlie past and security lor
the future. P lic los issued without delay by -
JAn 11. uA I'ruifri Agent, no, lujutuunuwi,
A. V. rA'I'C , Assistant Agent. -'
H. K. i.IND KY, Agent 171 Vino street. ; .
J.J HOOKS. ,A(eut. Fulton. 17th Ward.. an6
FOLDING SPRIG 1MT1U
V7K10H8 ONLY (15 LBS! MANUFACTURED,
WUOLESAtiK AND BITA1L, BY
BEXNKTT & CO.,
Jyal-am Hvcnmoro stroet, below Fifth.
niHIS MOSTItHUAItl.IC FlUEANII
-I. BlIKOIiAR I'ltOOK SAKKS. They Imve given
Uioro saliBfaction than any other now in im.
we orler a reward oi nK tihiiimhii ni""
tn nttv ...iruitn Unit l-.ILli. Iin to tllll nrOHOllt
tinio.Hhown single inslaiico wherein they havo failed
to preserve their contents.
Willi thisSAFK we challenge all coniietitlon, as
beliiBtlio best Firo Proof, iturglar Pro.f, or Uro
and llurglnr Proof now made; and are willing to
ut wun any esiaoiieiiuieitb III em wmuu, mm mn
u.rivfitilini' first, to luri. it to tho other, the sum
Wearo prenarcd to furnish a bettor Hare, and at less
(wmt, than any other manufacturer iu tho United
States. . ....
Bwcnnd-linnil Mnies or ot nor inaKors, amo on naim.
Wr...,-tfnl1v Invito tho nubile to cull tiudoxaiu-
lno our slock buibrojiuo-haninKelsnwlKiro,
I1AL.I., vs ill, HI. i, .V Ul'.i
BKl2.ayt Nm. I.'.nnd 17 K.tst.llidiiniblaNtrmt.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholio. and
ALL PAWS LV THE STOMACH & BOWELS.
Made by GEO. 8. LIGHT,
WHOLESALE DRUQOIST, CINCINNATI.
KOlt 8ALK 11Y JOHN D.PAKK, STJIItK, KCK
BTINH A CO., and Drui--f!ista eauerally. Order left
at Williamson ft lUrruLU, No. 41 Walnut street
will be nttoudod to. auia-tuovl
UtASOOW AND NEW A'OUK
HTKAAl TO OLABOO ,i,IVKBPOOD, P.KLFA8T,
DUBLIN AN) LONDONDISUUY
rttOM NRW VOIIK.
rjlnaow,Thomsou,Wuiluosdny, Atig.24,nt 12 noon
Kdiubiirh,Cumuilug..Wodiiidny,Jmie 1, "
;inKOW, Thomson " duly!, "
ICdinuiirahtCuDinilng.. " Julyi7,
IBOH OLABOW. .
Rdlnbnrahi Uumming...8aturday, May?.
;inBOW, Thomson...WedneHday, July Jf ,
KdiiiCiiiiih, Cumniiug... " July J.
Butesof Passage from Now York, Pbilailelphiaor
Boston, to Glasgow, Liverpool, Ihilfitst, Dublin or
Londonderry, first class, !j?5. Steerage, found with
an abuudanco of properly-cooked provisions, lijk'lU.
An experienced Surgeon attached to each aloauior.
Mo charge lor medicines. . , ;
For Freight or PiiHsoge, at.ply to
i027 ItOBKllT OttAia. 17 Broadway.
Mjoj-rOO . '
eS;oa mi.tt noiivoddu no ?ne naiin jjj,) ja
!ooii3-'iitnriioo pu M0i-uao)B9AV Mop 'J
'00 2? HHHLVH 'Al 'Al
Rii)op; pun BonjRtlir oniriwj "nv 'Sunioji
i10r)8uniit 'saailon,! auoji 'soui:mw liiinn -sjuu
-uiij aepuu iiuujoddii moq ('i)iosii"'-'l omiuj-r
nohi ononis m da ma sazis ti V
sinKpoe,! put? njoo
AFTER MANY YEARS OF PRACTICAL
nxportence In the art ol Mustard-making, tho
proprietors oiler the above brand of Mustard to the
public, guaranteeing It astrictly pure article, manu
factured from the best quality tit soed.ciueful y se
lected Willi the design ol'prodiu iiiKa Mnshinl SUPK
BIOll IN F1.AVOB AND PUNOKNCV TO ANY
NOW IN USB. Wo havo no liosltniion Iu saying
thatall lovers of good Miwlard will tlnd the I. X.
to bo that which they so friuaonlly fell to obtain,
MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTARD.
IWOrdors promptly filled. '
pr "HARRISON & WILSON,
Je24 00 nnd 101 Wulnut-atrrel.
Money! Money! Money!
; Heioovod IVoni SUWent 8lxlb-atrcct.
MONEY LOANElToN WATCHES, JEW
F.liltY and all kiwis of Merchandise, at low
rates of Interest, at No. 173 Viue-slr"t, between
Fourth aud Flllli. : 344
, Composition Roofing.
'lllE nodorslgned Is pronarod to pat on
JL Composition lloof of the lost iji nlUy at short
notion. . .. '
Ofllee In J A B. Brace's Carriage Bepoaltory, cor
ner Third and Vine. . .
Booting material constantly on hand, nnd
sale. fjy7-3m) j J. NOBLK.
At the Old Established Stand,
84 FiAST FIFTH; 1IKT. MAIN AND 8VCA MOtllC.
I HAVE A lARUBNO DESIRABLE
stock of Household and Office Knrnltnre, both
new and second hand, cnnsletlng Of lino bedBtoads,
solas and parlor chairs, Brumcls and linrmlu carpets,
oil-cloth, cutlery, otc. A line assortment r conn
tors, shelving, oflVe desks and atooln, etc. Also,
stock of hlllinrd tables, plnnns, oxtra innrblo-top
counters aud tables on build and fur sale low.
sepaiuf YM, CAUTtlt, Proprietor.
kill 'ispl 11'
RAILROADS. JUNE 20. 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
OTIR DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THB
UlvttifcrHnt Da not.
Train, run throiich tO IndlADAVOllR. Lfmft. Bftll-
dUHkyttnd Ulevolrtiid without chanKooicari.
TlirUllKll i-lCRWlB tir nil wwiU nwgwtu,vivu
ern ond Konn-wraiernoi-. .,...... ... .
Which is seven niluutes faster than OincinnatlWof
Clevolnnd and Pittsburg, via Delaware, makes close
connection at Crostline lor Pittsburg, Baltimore,
Philadelphia and New York; sud at Cleveland for
Dunkirk, Bnftalo, Bost.n and Mew York. Also.cou
nocts at Dayton with lljiy ton and Mlchlgau Boad for
Troy, Plijnn, Hlilnoy, Limn, Toledo, lelroit. For
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Toledo at 3: M, Detroli
at ll:(l, ami Chicago at7:2U P. M.. Quiucy and Ojilonij
at T A . M. Also, nt Uayton with Ureeuville and Blinrul
Boad, for Oroenville, Union, Winchestor sud Mun
cie. Also.conuectaut Iliohmond with ludianaCon
tral lload.ror Indianapolis, Lareyelte, Chicago, Torre
Hauto, St. Louis, nnd all Western citus. Also, at
Uichmoiid with Cincinnati and Chicago Boad, for
Anderson, Kokonio aud Peru. Also, connects with
Junction Itailrond nt Hamilton for Oxford.
H A. IU. MAI I. TKAIN-For Dayion, Spring.
Meld and Sandusky-Connects at Sandusky with
STKAMBB fur DKTllOIT: at UKBANAIorCOLUM
L US; at Forest with Pittsburg. Fort Weyneaud Chi
cago Boad, Ksst and West; at Olyilo with O. mid To
bjdo Bosd for Olovolsnd aud Buffalo, Toledo, Dotrott
and Chicago. ' Tliis train also connects at DKLA
WABG with the U.,0. A C. Bond Tor Cleveland nnd
points Kit; iiln.icouuocts at llainiltonwilli Junction
jiniirnno wir uxioi-h. .
4iIIP. ni. THAIN-Pfr DAyton, Snrlngfleld
and Snudusky Connects at Forest with 1'lttsbnrg.
Fort Wayne and Chicago Boad, Kaat and West: at
Clyde with O.and Toledo Head for Clovolaudaug Bill,
fulo, Toledo, Detroit and Chicago. Also. oonnecU at
Bichmond for Indianapolis, Terro Hauto, St. Louis
andChlnnto. Also, coiiueutawith Junction Bailroad .
at Hamilton forOxford.
noy, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wayne and Chi- .
cago, roncliing Chicago at 8 A. M.
AsTTho 4 and 8 A. M. trains connect at Cleveland .
With steamers for Bnlliilii.
For further information nnd Tickets, arply st the
Ticket ollices-nortli-east corner Front and Broad
way; No. H9 Walnut-street, near (llbson llouse; at
the new Ticket Ottlce, on tho west side cf Vino-street,
between Poslomce and Hornet llouse; at tho Waluu'
Street llouse, or at tlm Sixth -streot Depot.
aul5 D. Mol.ABKM, Superintendent.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
. First Train-No. lltxptses. t 6 A.M., connects vis
OoiunibnsaudClovclaud, via (lolumbiis, Crestline and
Pittsburgh, vis Columbiu, Steubenvillo and Pltla-
burgh, DetroitviaClevolaadaudsteamor. This Train
tops, between Cincinnati and (Jolunibns, at Love"
land, Deerfleld, Murrow. Xeuia, Cedarvill,, HoutU
Charleston, London and Went Jefferson.
Second Train Mo. 2 Kxpress, at tt:S() A.M., connects1
via Columbus, Dollair and Bonwood; Wheeling; visr
Columbus, aumbenvllleand Pittsburg: vinColnmbne,
Crestline and Pit'abnrg: via Coliiinbiis and Cleve
land; Detroit, via Clovoland nnd steauior; Whito Sul
phur Bunion, via Spi lnglleld. This Train stops lis
r.weou liiucinliafi and llunilius, nt Plainvillo, All),
ford, lliniuivlllo, Lnvidand, Doerlield, Morrow, Cur
win, Spring Valley, Xenia nnd Loudon.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:40 P. M., for
ColnnihnB aud Springfield.
Fourth, Train Ni.-iht Express, at 11:30 P. M.; con
oectsviaColuuilini, Bollairand Bonwood; Wheoliugj
via Columbus, btcubenvillo and Pittsburg; via Co
lumbus, Crentlino and I'ittskui'K: viaCulunilius and
Cleveland. Thia train stow nt Leveland, Morrow,
Corwin. Xenla and Loudon. Sr.til'JNQ CABS ON
No. 1 Kxpronfl, thronghtoUlovolandwlthoutcliange
No. 2 Exproas, through to Whooliagwithvut change
The NIOHT 1CXPBES8 Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:30 P. M., runs daily, except HATUItOAXS. The
other Trains run daily, except SUNDAYS.
For all information, and Through. Tickets to Boa-
, XI V.L. m.lln.l..lHl.lu llJlimn-a
ton, Buiralo, Ningnra Knlls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all tho Kastorn places,
apply at the Unices, Walnut Street Uouso, No, 1 Bur
net llouso, south-oust cornor ot Broadway aud Front
streets, and at the Kastern llnpot. 1
Trains run by Columbus tin, which is auron mm
J. DVJKAND. Snp't.
Omnibuses call forpMsongera by leaving direction
al the Ticket O lBcns. I ,';: ; niy 17 .
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST,
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
Otify Ont Change of Can between Cincinnati
Three Pnisr-nRerTralnleitvCiuoinnatldaily, from
the foot ol Mil I aud Front ul roots,
W.'M A. M. Cliicago Ma.il arrives at Indianapolis at
10:30 A. M.; (Chicago at 7:25 P. M. This train con
nects with ull night trains on tof ChtctiKo, for the
West and North-west,
12:1.0 M. Turre Ilaulo and Luylnyetto AccoDimodn
tlon arrives nt Indianapolis, ut .'i:tiU P. III., making
direct connections nt liidiuunpoils wun Xerre Mailt.')
Trains and lndintinpolia and LalayeMn trains fur
Decatur, SprlnRlleld, Naples, l)uiuiy, Hannibal aud
Ht, Joseph; also with Peru trains fur.rcm, Ft. Wayne
6:00 P.M. Chicago Kxproiw arrives nt Indianapolis
nt 10:311 P.M.; Chicago at 7:0 A.M. Making clone
connections t Chicago with all morning trains out
of Chicago. This train connects at Indianapolis
with Torro lluuto trains for all points West and
Sleeping cars are attnehod tc nil tho night trains
on this line, aud run through, to Chicago without
change of cars.
This Is exclusively ft Westorn and North-western
routo, and with favorablo and reliable arrangements
with all connectirn roods throughout the entire
West, giiarantens iinnunl care nud I he amplest ao
coiniiiislatioiis to the rations oi this line,
S" Besnro you are in the right ticket oftlco bofore
you purchase your tickets, anil ask for tickets via
Faro tlm siuno as by any other rente. Baggage
checked throuch." ...
'I'll KOIHH1 TICKETS, good tin til used, can be ob
tained lit Hi i, ticket I'dicxiu, at Srencor Uouso Comer,
uortli-eiuic corner iiroaaway ana I rout; no. unr
oot Uouso Comer; at the Walnut-street House, and
nt Depot orHco, foot of II ill, on Front street, where
all uecrssiiry information may bo had.
Ouiuibusses rnn to and from each train, and w
rail fur passengers at all hotels aud all parts of the
rily, bi loaviijg address at either ofllee.
, W. 11. L. N0BLB,
mylO ' General Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Oi-cat Through Route for
' 6T. LOUIH,
JuOOANBPOBT, , .
r rout WAVNin.
CWO DAI LV Til BO CO II TBA1NS leaveSixth street
Dopot.atO A. M.hiiiI 4:30 P. M.
A A.' M.-IN HI ANAPOI.IS, ST. LOUIS CHICA
ilO FAST KXPBKSS. TlirouuJi direct, ninkingvlose
connections for nil other VYmternnnd North-aestorn
iwtiiti.. Thin Ti-iiin also ronnecls at Ulchniond with
( Cincinnati and Chicago Heads, for Anderson, Xoko
! mo, Lognusport, aud all points on Wabash Villi ty
I 'Hf.M0!?" 1W. INDIANA POLIB. CHICAGO A HT.
LOUIS N IU1I T JtXPUhlsa. The above Trains wake
nlose connections at IndiniinpollB,Liifayottand Chi
cago, with Trains lor Terro Haute, Springfield, Bock
Island, Onlesburg, Kenonha, La CrosHo, Jacksonville,
llnnvllle, Burlingtou, Milwiuikeo, Mutbion, Naples,
ilalena, Quincy, Prahie (In Chien, Paua, Peoria,
Duiileith, Itaclue, Decnlnr, lllooir.lngtoii, Joliot, La
Salle, St. Paul, and all towns and cities in the North
west. ' , .
sMTThroueh Tlokets given and Bagago ohooked
Forfnfthor Information and Tlirongli Tickets, np.
ply to Ticket Oillnn, north-east corner ot Front aud
Broadway; No. m Walnut street, near Fourth; at
south-cant corner of Fourth and Vino streot, or at
the Sixtb-stnwt Depot.
D. 1ft. MOBItOW, Inpoilntendont.
Omulbnsss will cnll for passeng ra ioiivlug their
names at either of the Ticket Oil ,
138 . . ... W. II. u..nil,Agont.
JSC, 3NT. OXj-sO.3FI.33L,
Maiiufacturcri aud WholesaleDealen
f . ' tin- .
FINE AND PIiAlN CANDIES,
HI MAIN STniEET, CINCINNATI
.. .. :. . ... myl7-
Aim GERMAN CIGARS! FINE GKR
7 MANCIQAllSf-John Htes hss just rereived '
Iiio.kk) vory siipeiior Cigars, whirli lie will soil low
for rash at, NATIONAL TllEATKK BUI LDI NO,
..oclo , . ' ' ' Bycauioiu-slraot.
P" r. a y ino. cArdsi , riAYTNOllDSI
.tiilill Pules lias just ncelveil twenly" gross
uperior l'ay , (Cards. Fnncy VIII, StiiiHil.ont,
I) ;ij'. , nnil Cold Bucks, NATION A L
'fuU& LfltJINU jcunioio-lrcot, voiv
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