rnoi, 14 win rotntTH-STBKrr
LEAF BY LEAF THE ROSES FALL.
Leaf by leaf the roses fall, ' ! '
" Drop by drop the spring rani dry ;
. ,. Clue tiy one, beyond recall,
' Slimmer beauties fade and die ;
' But the rose, bloom again, -
And the spring will guab anew, . ,
, In the pleasant April rain.
And the Summer inn and dew.
. .. So In hours of deepest gloom,
When the springs of gladness fail,
And the roe in the bloom, :
" Droop like maidens wan and pale, . ..
We snail ilnd some hope that Ilea ,
Like the silent-gem apart,
Hidden far from careless eye,
In the garden of the heart. .,. . ,
Heme sweet hops oTglaa'ness wed.
That will spring afresh anil new,
When gricra whiter shall have Hud,
(Jiving place to rain and dew
Some sweet hope that breathes of spring
' Through the weary, weary time, , i'
Budding for its blossoming., , ,
1 a that spirit's glorious clime. ..
Politicians and Farmers.
Politicians who wantttn office frequent
ly make great pretensions to agricultural
knowledge, itnd figure largely at the cattle
shows. .It is said that (iov.- -, is ono
of that sort The following good stories
are related of him: ' r a
Not many years ago, his Excellency, in
company with another distinguished citi
zen of j was riding in the country.
In passing a beautiful field of grain,
just beginning to - head, the Governor
reigned in his horse, and burst into rap
turous admiration of the whoat
' Quoth Ned "Gov. how much will that
yield to an acre?"'1
' "Oh, from 17 to 20 bushels:' ' '"
"What kind of seed is that wheat from,
Governor?"1 i" :' --s
' "Common wlntei! ' This is by far the
lest for this soil." " "',"', '"'! ;.v" ' '
' "S'ou are the President of the Agricul
tural Sooiety, are you not. Governor'"
"I am sir." ,.;.". &--;;'.:' -v..:!? v
"Delivered the adresaes before the Ag
nqultur.Hocitjty, of New',' York; 'last
Tear ,.';.., ',:.... ;,., ,'.,-,;,., ."J
- "Yes sir." , vi:
''You are the author of the eloquent
passage about roots and tops?" i:vi 1 -"A
mere trifle, Ned."' " ' ' '
( ""Vell you are the only' Agricultural
writer I ever saw, whocou4 not tell oats
from wheat!". ,..'. ,'..,.,.'-'.;,;..,'
- ; A oertain farmer, one of the Governor's
. constituents who had a' profound 1 admi
ration for his talents and practical knowl
edge, wrote fc him for adviee, .'as . to the
best method if improving, his stock of
sheep'.1!; The Governor's answer was in
stant, brief, and sincere: 'j ' ( v, : . ', ;, .
"Get i a Hydraulic ram better Aan
the ,Southjovnl' for m.nttpn equal to the
Merino for wool.", i ' r i " V '' .i ',. X.l
1 , JjAoy Fraxvuv. We clip the following
juat fibute to Lady Franklin from the
Press and Tribune: - ,, ',,,
"His the glory of the gentler sex, that
to one of their number, we are indebted
. for the noblest manifestation of the chival
rie spirit that the world has ever seen.
And, it is the glory of the loving spirit
with which, woman is animated a spirit
that age cannot dim, and that sorro w can
not quench that she, who has given us
such proofs of her chivalric devotion, is iu
the sere and yollow leal''.;; She has out-
- lived the age of romance', and has, become
an actor in the world's realities; but she
, has carried a maiden's devotion into the
era of wrinkles and gray hairs; and has
demonstrated that, in his sodden age, to
', her kind are entrusted the guardianship
'of those virtues which maker life worth
: living, and death worth fcarinj ',7' ' ' ''
i "No knight of the chivalaric ; ages has
displayed heroic traite which she Jasks.
, i: 'We rejoice that, in the,, sacrifice -of ' her
ample fortune, in the exertion which she
has made at home and abroad, and in
. the, four .weary voyages undertaken at
her expense, and in, the' many others
blessed by her prayersj - she has .solved
; the problem on which she, was engaged.
. .'What Bhe lias Won,'; the wor(d knows
the record of her noble husband's suffer
ing and death, and tho knowledge of his
burial place. 1 is poor reward, for
heroism and devotion like hers; but the
world, enobled by her sex, glorified by
her loving unselfishness; have the reward
of her years of tears and toil ' The lesson
will not ;be lost. As long as voyages of
adventure and discovery are made ; as
' i long as woman's love ; is prized by man,
Lady Franklin and her example will be
remcmbered.I' i :v
New Jersey Judges. There is a
simplicity about the following which is
quite refreshing, and carries one back to
antediluvian times. . : '
: A distinguished membbt of the New
' ' York bar was retained on one occasion
by a friend, also a New Yorker, to attend
to a complaint made against him before
a New Jersey Justice, for an alleged
assault and battery npon one of the res-
idents of the "Old Jersey State." .
' "I appear for the prisoner," said the
counsellor to the modern Dogberry,
1 "Yon abbers for de brisonor, do you ;
and who den be you?" interrupted the
Justice, eyeing him from head to foot with
marked curiosity. "I- ton't knows you;
vairbe's you come from and vot's your
, name?" , . , (l , . .
I ) 'frhajoun8elky modestly gave his name
ana said, "I am 'a member of the New
York bar."; "-i''. ' t , , .
"Vel den,'' replied the justice, "you
can't bractis in dis here sort"
"I am a counsellor of the Hupreme
Court of the State of New York, reiter
ated the attorney,
- "Dat makes not'ing tifferent," said the
inveterate justice.' ,
"Well then," eaid the baffled lawyer,
"suppose I show to your honor that I am
, counsellor of the Supreme Court of the
"It ton't make a pit petter," replied he
of the ermine; "you ain't a counsellor
.i von de State, of New Jersey, and you
ean't bractis in dish cort" ' "
This decision accounts for the fact
th at New Jersey is not the United States.
JlSfAn Infidel, who had been attempt
ing to prove that men have no souls.
asked a lady, with an air of triumph,
what she thought of his philosophy. "It
., . appears to me, she replied, "that you
have been employing a good deal of tal
ent to prove yourself a beast" "
"There . are some memebrs of a com
munity," said the sagacious and witty
i 1 -Thomas Bradbury, "that are like a crumb
"'" in the throat' if ther go the right way.
" 'they afford but little nourishment; but if
they happen to go the wrong way, they
give a great deal oi trouDie.
'Obedience to the Mother. "Come
away; come Instantly, or I will call your,
father,",: I heard a mother say to her,
child, and who was playing in the street
before her window. I did not stop to learn
the result; but I pitied the poor mother
who had not power within herself to con
trol her child, and who so unhesitatingly
declared her inefficiency.
A mother should never thus appeal to
the father's authority to- strengthen her
own, nor should she admit by thought,
word, or deed, that her power is inferior
to his. God never made it inferior; and
he requires as prompt obediance to the
one as to the other. The mother who al
lows herself thus to appeal to another is
continually weakening the authority she
should exercise over her ohildren. She
is herself teaching them to disobey the
commandments which promise, for what
child can honor a mother too weak to gov
ern him? Mother's Magazine.
An Eloqubnt Extract. Generation
after generation have felt as we now feel,
and their lives were as active as our own.
The heavens shall be as bright over our
graves as they are around our paths.
Yet a little while and all this shall have
happened. : The throbbing heart will be
stilled, and we shall be at rest Our fu
neral will wend its way; and the prayers
will be said, and we, shall be left in the
darkness and silence of the tomb. And
it may bo but for short time we shall be
spoken of but the things of life shall
creep on, and our names will be forgot
ten. Days will continue to move on, and
i i j ;il l - i J
laugnter anu songs win ue nenru iu mo
room where we died; and the eyes that
mourned for us will be dried and anima
ted with joy, and even our children will
cease to think of us, and will remember to
lisp our name no more. .
m35A veteran editor, fa life-Ion" Dem
ocrat.) died the other pay, down in Miss
: :! w- e-A iu. p.:n : v:i
Inoippi. . , IT o uuu mo iuuumu iu uu vuiir
uury notice of the old gentleman;
Many anecdotes ot tne oia veteran are
-et in vogue. ' Here is one which exhibits
ii ' infonsiv nnlitinn. ardor. ' After the
overwhelming defeat of Mr. Van Buren,
in the Presidents! canvass of 1840. nn
acquaintance met him. "Good morning,
a- l-wr .mm , II a 1 1.1
Mr. wortnmgton, saia ne, -now is your
family?" "Gone to h 11, sir! all gone to
h 11. sir!" rfinliod Mr. W.. who. being
very deaf, thought his friend alluded to
the incoming election returns. v .
Parental Indisckbtiox. "Dear moth-
ta l'a . 1iii 1 tlT t
er, saw a aeucate iitti e gin, -i nave
broken your china vase." ' "Well, you are
a naughty, areiess,trouDiesome nttie
thing, always in misohiof go up stairs,
until I send for you." ' And this was a
Chistian mother's answer to the toarful
little culprit, who had struggled with and
conquered the temptatatou tot ell a false
hood to screen a fnult With a disap
nointod, disheartened look, the ' child
obeyed; and in that momont was crushed
in her little heart the sweet flour of
truth, perhaps never to be revived! Oh!
what were a thousand vases in comparison!
..' I. .i , TTT . !:'.'
Ph(wii? np a TIbi.pi.khs OLD liAflHEIin.'
"I ftlwuvH know a helnlcss old bachelor."
.I . m.L l -i. t.
aays a ciover lauy, uy luoMiig uv uio cui
ners . of his pocket handkerchief. If 1
notice in tnem any nttie pieces oi reu,
blue, or yellow worsted such as washer
woman run in io identify the property of
each separate customer I know at once
that he has no one at home to mark his
linen, and that he must be a poor, pitiful,
i? ii :i r.:.j.ji u.i-i -l.i
misanuiropiuiui, meuuiess, iicijuoob, uiu
bachelor. ' ' ! '
WE ARB NOW PREPARED TO DO,
on the shortest notice, and In thelatett and
moat fashionable style, all kluds of
BULB OF LADING;
BILLS OF FARE
IS HS1 ITTLR AT H0DER1TI fRIOM.
FRAKCI8C0 & CALDWELL.
-ii t ' .1 (;;'
Six Cents a ;Wcck!
Pays for tli Penny Press.;
Io. I t West Fourtli-f reet.
RICIIA.RD KENNEDY, ;
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
No. IT Slaie-alreet, Columbus, Ohio.;
ar Agout for tlm WKKK.LY SCIENTIFIC AHT
I8AN. ' i ocll-am
4UCTI0N AND COMMISSION MER-CHANT-Sales-rooms
No. 7 East Third street
attond to tlm sales of Keal Hstate, Feraonal
Property, Dry Goods, Hardware, Hats, Boots, SUoes,
Groceries, iriiruiturn, do. JQavintt procured tlm
uorvici'S of ncompotont salesman, all business will
meet with d Irpatoh and prompt returns. Cash ad
vances made on foods for puljlio sales. Comign
uiunui solicited, liefer to merchants generally.
CFronllng the Hteamboat Landing.)
North-east Corner Broadway and Front.
OmOWKATt, OHIO. ' i ,' . . i;
Jt R. P. LETERING, Proprietor. ..
TO ' PROOtRE THE . VERY BEST
' . STENCIL MARKING PLATE 1
That can be made In the city go to . i ! . . -, i
33. 3M. IPO W JiZH.S,
Vtfi Wnluut-Ht., bot. Third and Fourth,
(Next door to the Mteeonlo Temple.) '
K. H. F. has tbree Diplomas awarded him for the
hwt work oc7-am
WWL MOHEHOUSE & CO.,
, . MAUVFACTVllBRS AND SE1I.EBS IM-
PTJRNIXUEE, . CHAIRS, AND AtL
kinds of Mattresses and Bedding, at the old
Hand, No. 136 Bycainore-atreet, east side, between
Fourth and Fifth-streets, seventh store above
Fourth-street, Church Pens lined and cushioned.
All orders promptly attended to. ocl-cm
ANDERSON &HANNAF0RD, Architect,
Manchester Bnihling, , . , .
H, W. corner Third nnd SronmorB sjm(,, .
)yl - , U1KUIHNATI. OHIO. :
IN All. ITS BRANCHES, NO. 8 EAST
Fourth-street, between Main sudSjcaoiore, On.
cinnatl. , ,
TIte-bIndln g In evory style. Mnsk Bookii neat,
lyand durablf bound. 0. CBOl'PEB,
fjy29.6m1 .. ,
D. DE FOREST, '
Book Bluder and Pier Kuler,
Third story Times Kuildlnft will do all work in hi
lioe with neatness and dlBpatch. jy28-l
PULL AJT & Willi AMrfOM,
(At the old stand or Pnllan, Hatfield A Brown,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS" ,
No. H WEST 8E00ND ST., '
;osirn poilaii. formerlyol Pnllan, Hatfteld Brown
wh.i. wiLUAMSQW. ' mr2-A(JW
THOS. H. WEASNER.
nSALIBlR All. K1NDB0T- . , .
BUILDING LUMBER, LATH,
8H1NOLK8, 1TO.; T0., ' ' ; -3M
l'luns Street, Cluclnnntl, Ohio.
' ... - ' I.:-'- ) ra-cm
J. J. BUTLER'S
FiXcelsior Fluid Inks.
Mauufactory, 39 Vine St. 14
H. CAMPBELL Se CO.,
!tf ANHFACTURERS OE BAR, SHEET
LTJL and BoiloTlron, Plow Slabs, Railroad Splhel
Rte. Also, Agents for the sale of lronton Star Nails
Wareroomi Ho. 19 Kast Second Street, Jincionst I
iliSrAll kinds Iron msile to order. IM
B. KITTREDGE & CO,
134 MAIN STREET, CINOIHNATI, .
n St. OUarlet street, New Orleans, La.,
Inivorter of Gnnndc gportlns; Apparatus,
AND DIALERS lit GUN POWDIB.
ISSHDKET 1YU JAHKS TKBET
L. BYL & CO., ,
CLEANERS OP SINKS AND VAULTS',
Ko. 99 Slzth-Btreet, between Vine and Race, in
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
may favor us with their patronage, can rely on punc
tuality and low price,. sepl-ay
0. SONSAIL.' - ., . .11. A. SMITH
B0N3ALL Sl SMIT H,
No. 11S West Six thatret,
- OIMOINNA'tl. ' sopl .cm
J. .TAPT, " ' ",
(Successor to Knowlton A Tail.) ':
No. Ot) West Fourth St., bet. Wnlnot Ac Vlu
' P21 ' ; '
I. h. HAMLSH. ' B. m. BWITH,
Drs. HAMLEN 4 SMITH,
Uo. 3 Went Fourth St.
DRS. WARLLE & DOUGHTY,
D B NIT I S T S ,
' OOoe No. 138 Went Fourth street, -
OTNQINNATI, OHIO '
H. S. WINSLOW,
NO. 131 SYOAMORB BTBKKT, BELOW IIFIB
lygt-cm ; OtinniTi.
DR. J. WILSON'S Office, 58 Wait Fourth
street, where he may be consulted daily for all
female Complaints, Inllammatlon of the Cervix,
Prolapsus Uternu, all displacements of the Womb,
Spioal and Cerebral allections, and otlisr organic dls.
eaaoi common to females. The Doctor's Ions exne-
rieuoe and rceutdiicoTsry in tho trnatmom of the
alMivn dlseasea, cannot fall to Rive entire satisfaction.
The Doctor is axeut for a Kuropean female monthly
mi; price si siuu iwo sumps. aum-ira
DRS. B. EHRMAN & W. C. LEECH.
orriOK no. 46 sivinth strkkt.
Office boors from A.M., I tos.andT to9, P.M.
Hi 8s NEWTON, JH, D.
Offloe, 90 Weit Seventh Street,
HTYI1I Till AID 1ADI.
O.-E. NEWTON. M. D.
OrnoaNo. M West Seventh street, between Vint
mua natw, uksidbncr ctu. os nevsain atreeCi ite
ween Walnut and VlneOmrm llooat-7,w to 8M
m, n.i i.i w i. i we r. si.
LADD, WEBSTER . oe CO.'S
-i"'"'"3v ''LOOK 8IITOH ' I r..,y i ,:. r
" . ".DliB W I M tt' 1 M A CHINES, ':''" oil
80 -j .West . -Fourth-streiet,'
v, Between Vina and wainut-itreets, uinolnnetU-,,,
WW 8nd for a Otrsalnr. ; t : ol f
' , -MAWBS IN
Improved Two-Threaded Lock-Stitoh
95, 30 and $35..
; 'CI .,,.,;; No.e mu-ireet, ;J;,.:;.;
1 1 W1XI KIMOV, OOTOBKB 1, TO " !' ,'
No. 0 West Fourth-'street,
' Oter Boggs A Smith's. r'
"Agents wanted. Address ,: ' ' -''i : ,
W1I.TSKE BttOTIIEltS, Astenta, "i
. ocl ' ' . V. O. Box 11,31 Olnciunutl, O.
$30. $30. $30. $30.
TMrty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitch
FAMILY SEViiNC MACHINES
BBODBBSO BV BKUKNT LETT1CBS PATENT.
rfll& MACHINE HAS' BEEN PBO
JL NUITNOKD by all eomnetnnt Judae, w''
have seen It, to be the best and niost desirable Fam
ily Sewing Machine ever introduced, reaiurilleaa
of price. It wilt tew all kinds of family goods,
from the very thickest to Die very finest fabrics made,
and uses all kinds of thread, from No. 8 toax),
No all la aaed on top of the Alnehlae. 1
- Send for a circular, or mil and see it iu operation.
Upon early application, State and County Bights may
beseenreu. -t - . .. .
An energetic person can make a for tone In ft short
time,,, Agents wanted in all unsold territory.
, It. C. BUBTMAN, '
1 Be le nnd exclntlve agent for the United status,
sepltfmr 9S Went Fourth-street, Cincinnati.
GTITCHINQ THE' SAME , ON BOTH
. sides, leaving no ridge or chain, and Impossible
to rarel. For speed, accuracy or ease of motion, the
Elliptic Machine is without a rival. , . -
'.' Clnclnnntl, Office 59 West Fourth street.
'. - " " sep28 ;-- '..im..
SINGEK'8 SEWINC MACHIPS.
Price Seduced to ISO, 15, OliOaiuf f 125.
Blncer's Vow Family dewing machine,
The price of which Is only tM, Is a light andelegant
ly decorated Machine, eapnbleof performing, iu the
best style, all the sewing of a private family. -
Slnger'a Transverse Shuttle Mnchloe, '
To be eold at f 75, is a Machine entirely new In Hi ar
rangement; it is very beautiful, moves rapidly and
very easily, and, for family use and light manufac
turing purposes, is the very best aud cheapest Ma
chine ever offered to the puolio;
Singer's No. 1 Standard Shuttle Mnnhlne,
Formerly sold at 813.1. but now reduced to SI 10. ts
known all ever the world; Kvery sort of work can
be done with It. . . 5 ., ..- .t
Singer's Ne. it Hutndnrd Shuttle JlacUlne,
. This Is the favorite manufacturing Machine every,
where I'rice, with table Complete, ?I25.
mw Bend for a Circular. .
; J . JAMES SKABDON,
, ,,,,,;. Agent for J, M. Singer & Co,
, .' . No. 8 Enet Fourth street,
JeH-t , ' . : . CINCINNATI, OHIO.
' Wi B. DODDS, .
formerly otHall,PoddsA Vo.;late Crban.Doildi A Oo.
W. II. Dodds fc Co.,
MAtkoTAorlraiBi or TBI- .
Fire aiad , Bui'glar 1 lrooi
8. W. Corner of Vine A Second Streets.
This Is the most reliable F1RB A WD BDKSLA
PKOOP 8AFK that Is made in the United 8taia. and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can he sold
at lower prices, and is of better workmanship than
can be found elsewhere. . , r ,
We have a larae assortment on hand, and are de.
termioed to sell at prioea that cannot fail to please.
Taken In exchange. BKCOND-HAND BATX3 al
ways on hand at extremely low prices. 9s
AT REDUCED PRICES.
WS HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST
variety and bent selected ajumrtment of (inm
iiumm. iu uiuuuiia.iiViUBigiiiijf u .11 mat IB 11QW
or desirable in the Gnu Fixture line. '
We warrant every fixture we sell to be equal, both
In material and finish, to any that is sold in thiio"
any other marketi and In addition will guarantee
them to retain their color and remain perfect for live
years from the time they are put up by us. , . ,
van, see, sua examine our siock,
MoHENE t A CARSON. '
iy21-cm m Main street, near Fourth
ROOFING! ROOFING !
THE OUTCAST ELASTIC
TALLIO KO01TING"li offered to the pnbllo
as the beataud cheapest Metal Boof now need, lis
merits tented by an experience of yoara In this city
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.
rreparen snsecs, Doxea tor shipment to any part of
the United States, ca.i be annlied hv anv tina with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
lyla-tf'' ' ., ' 1M West Second street.
DR. SAWL SILSBEE
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
THH BKIN. BBKUMAT1BM, DISBARS 01
WOMBN, and each Cbronio complaints as maybe
benefitted by the Hygyenlo sad Atmppathio syitera
of his office..;., .
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arssnlo, Mercury, Tur
kish, Bussian and Electro-Ohomlcal Baths, a Dis
peniary of Medlciue, and. every manner of Electric
and Uagnetio Apparatus.
. . m.t7 WEST 8IXTU-BTBIKT.
T0flliie hasrs A. M. to (I P. M. an10-tft
U. P. DliUS'
WATCH &JBWELRV HOUSE
16 West Fourth Street,
Wbera can be had every article appertaining to the
Business at a nml less price, fc- 0A8U, than
has ever before been offered In this market. .
QIVE US A CALL
And see for yourselves. - ap i4
No. MX N. B. Oer. Firth and Lodgo streets, betwee
Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati.
A good assortment or HI tiVKBand PlATEDWABI
BTKUTAOLS, etc., kept cou.tantly on band. '
Bpecial attention given to Cleaning and Uepxlrlni
Watches and Jnwelry. myin
BEGG8 ii SMITH, No. West 4 th St.
A EE NOV EECEIVINO ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watches, Jewelry,
Silverware end Diamonds. , "
, , i. . ALSO ,
A flne assortment of Plated Tes 8ti and Cutlery
and Opera Onuses. 234
''' ' ' ' ton r u
BOOTS AND SHOES.
I HAVE NOW IN STORE TUR LARGEST
and best stork of Oentleninn. Hhnn. vait
wearto be found In the city, which I am selling very
cheap for cash.
JOHN II. Ilk'Tl'UM
No. 93 West Fourth-street,
- INSURANCE, ii
Incorporated 151 9r Cbarter Perpetual
VAcerir establisbedin Cincinnati in 1M2.1. an
tedating sri preaotit local Insurance Companies and
Agencies In the Insuranoe businees in this city. 311
vuars conil ant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience; enterprise and liberality, especially com
mend the jfiTN A Insurance Company 10 the favors
ble patronage of this communis! standing solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and ' ljvlng pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of 1S'J3.
Losses paid Id Cinelnnatt during past Five
... Vh, 915,C54 ii7. .
Gash OapitalSl.0 00,0 0 Ol
i ABSOLUTS AND UNIMPAIKKD.J VITH A
SURPLUS .OF, 9 1,030,423 80.
' And the prestige of 40 years success and experience.
' j, ' INVISTMKKT8 Of '
Over $100,000 in Obio Securities.
UPWAUDS OP 819,000,000, 1,0!WBH -Have
boen paid by the Etna insurance Company in
i . i the past 40 years.
Fire nod Inland Navigation. Risks accepted
at terms consistent with solvency and fair profits.
Especial attention given to Insuranoe of Dwellings
and. Contents, for terms pf 1 to if . s. ;
Application made to any duly .nthorlzed Agent
firomptly attended to. By strict attention to a leglt
niate Insurance business, this Company is enabled
to oiler both indemnity for the paat and security for
the future. V lief en issued wit nnut delay by '
J A3. H. OA .TICK, Agent, l Main street,
i. A. V, TATO i. Assistant Agent. .. .
H. K. 1,1 KD BY, Agent 171 Vtnh street. I
J.J HOOK J, ,Aent.rnlhiB 17th Ward. , aut
FOLDlMi SFRlSti MATRESS
WKtOnS ONLY 65 1B3I 11 ANDFAOTOKKD,
WT30IiE3ALK AND RETAIL, BY
)yt-am Hveamore street, below-Fifth.
II ALIAS PATENT.
BURGLAR PROOF SAFES. Tlioy havo given
more satisfaction than anyriher now In nso.
Weoflararowaid of ONK THOI HANW DOIi
IjAKH to any person that rani up to the prison t
time.uhow a single institiice wherein they have failed
to preserve their contents, v ' 1 : i .. . --
With this SAFE- we challenge all competition, as
beiug the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or. Fire
and Bnrglar Proof nuw made; anil aro willing to
test with any establishment In tho Union, and the
party failing first, to forfeit to tho other, the sunt
' We are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer in tho United
Mecond-band Safes of other makers, also on hand.
' Werospectfully invite the pnblic to call'and exam
ine onr stock before purchasing elsewhere. .
, HALL, OARltOLti ft 00.,
' anglJ-ayt ' Hoi. 1.1 and 17 'East Columbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera; Bilious" Cholic, and .
AIL PADS IV THE STOMACH k BOWELS.
Made by GEO. S. LIGHT, , i
WHOUBAU DRTJOOIST,' OraoraNATI. :
F0 SA1,B BY JOH V. PA1CK, BUIBE, ECK
BTINB A CO., aud Prugglsta ecnwally. Order left
at 'Wiu.iaateoN 4 Haihsld, Ho. 41 Walnut street
will lie attended to.
. GLASGOW AND NEW YORK i
BTKAd TO GLA800 w.MVKRPOOL, BELFAST,
DUBLIN ANr LONDONDEBBY '
' ... ros, 930. .
l: . 0 HIW TOBK, '.' !
(1 lasso w, Thomson.Wednesday, Aug. 24, at 12 noon
Edinburgh, Gumming.. Wednesday, June 1, " :
Uliwgow, Thomson " July 6, '
JKdluburghjOuuimlng.. " Jaly27, "
i.t " i. .i'. i-namntmwm-! , ,. .;;,j ;
Edlnhnrch, Oammlng...Haturday, Mayf.
Olasstow, Thomson. ..Weduesday, July .
Edinburgh, Camming,.. " July 2. :
Bates of Passage from Now York, Philadelphia or
Boston, to Glasgow. Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
Londonderry, first class, $75. Steerage, found with
an abundance of properly -cooked provisions, 810.
An experienced Burgeon attached to each steamer.
Ko charge for modicines. . r i , - ., .
For Freight or Paesago, apply to
ap27 BOBKHT OhVAIQ. IT Broadway.
eSujuod qilAi noondd no inos ixvtio3o jgg
t)sx)g.jtqainioQ pan isoi-nioieo -joq
; '"Op 2? H3MVH 'M 'M.
'M90fj pus ssn8a!i eiqtriioj ''oy 'Sumog
llloinSaniOd 'saeiliTflj J0,a senrour jniuf) 'eaou
una jepun pusasadu qioq (fpi0S 4mj 'aunu-rT
NOHI 0N0HI9 HI dfl ind 'S3ZIS 11 1
Samoa pnB SniprriJO 9llJJ0J -
": I. X. L.' , ' - ..r.
AFTER MANY YSAK3 OP PRACTICAL
experience in the art ot Mustard-making, the
proprietors oiler the above brand of Mustard to the
public, gnaranteelng it a strictly pure article, manu
factured from the best quality of seed, carefully se
lected with tho dualgn ofprod urine a M nsturri 8UPB
RIOR IN FLAVOB AND PKNOENOY TO ANY
NOW IN TJ8K. Wo bave ne hesitation la saying
that all lovers of good If ustard will Slid the I. X. L,
to be that which they so frequently full U obtain,
MUSTARD THAT IS MITSTARD.
WOrders promptly niled. ' '
HARRISON 4 WILSON,'
Jeit 9I nnl tOI Walnut-street.
Money! Money! Money!
Removed from SO West Slxil'-etreet.
MONEY LOANEDON WATCHES, JEW
KLUY and alt kinds or Merchandise, at lo
rates of intermit, at No. 173 Vins-slnrnt, between
Fourth and Firth. 244
. Composition Roofing. , .
flIIE untloralKned la preptired to pat i
AT. Composition iloof of the best Quality at I
Offlceln JAB. Brace's Carriage Ueposltory, cor
ner Third and Vine. .
KT Uoonug material constantly on hand, and rot
lale. Qy27-8m J. M. NOBLB.
At tae Old Established' Stand,
M EAST FIFTH. BET. MAIN AND BYOAMOBU.
I HAVE A , LARGE AND DSaLRABLB,
stock of Honsohnla and Office Furnltnre, both
now and second band, ooimlstlng of line bedsteads.
solas and parlor chairs, Brussels and ingrain carpets,
tors, shelving, omco desks and stools, etc. Also, a.
stock of billiard tables, pianos, extra marble-top
counters and tables on hand and for sale lew. 1
sepSOemt WM, OAHTKB, Proprietor
I I I:!
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
'OTJ DAILY ' TRAINS' LEAVBtHH
rvoi. mn thmnirh to tndlanasolls. Lima. Ban
dusky and Clevefand without change of cars.
Through Tickets for all JSasteru, Western, NertU
era and North-western ottlee. ' ' " y- ' '
H A. D1- KAraeas -s'ivjssct iijoiuiddus nmo,
which is seven minutes faster than Cincinnati y-Foe
Cleveland and Pittsburg) via Delaware, makes olosa
connection at Crestline for Pittsburg, Baltimore,
Philadelphia and Hew Yerkl and at Cleveland for
Dunkirk, Buffalo, Butt aud New York.. Also, con
nects at Dayton with Ciy tou-and Hkhlgan Boad for
Troy, Plqua,, Bldney, Lirea.Toledo, lJetrolt, Fort
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Toledo at 8:30. Detroit
at 6:0(1, and Ohioago at 7:20 P, il (iulnoy and Oiileoe
at 7 A. M. A' bo, at Dayton with Oreeuvilleana Miami
Boad, for Oreenvllle, Union, Winchester and Muii.
cie. Also, connects at Kiehmond with Indiana On
tral Road.for Indlanajpolis, Lafeyelte, Chicago, Torre
Haute, 8t. tonls, and all Western, cif is, Aiso, at
Richmond with Cincinnati and Chicago Road, for
Anderson, Kokomo and Peru. Also, connects with
Juuolloli Railroad at Hamilton for Oxford.
- 8 A. IM. MAIL TllJli.lN-For,Dayion,8prlng-fleld
and Sauduaky Connects at BandnsEy with
STKAMia for DETROIT; at CBBANAforOOLUM
BDc)Lt Forostwltb Pittsburg, Fort Wayneand Chi
cagoBoad, ast and West; at Clyde with 0. and To
leilOiHoad for Cleveland and Buffalo, Toledo, Detroit
aud Ohicairo. ' This train also connects at DKLA
W ABB with the 0..0. AO. Koad for Cleveland and
points East; alsoeonnectant Hamilton withJnnotloo.
Railroad for Oxford. ' . ...
4:30 P. M. TRAIN For Dayton. Bprlngfleld
and Sandusky Counecta at Forest with Pittsburg,
Fort Wayne and Chicago Boad, East and West; at
Clyde with O. and Toledo Hood for Cleveland ang Buf
falo, Toledo, Detroit and Chicago.. AIot connects at
Bichmond lor Indianapolis, Torre Haute, Bt. Louis
and Chicago. Also, conuectswith Junction ltallroad
at Hamilton for Oxford.
, P. M. TRAIN-For Dsyton, Troy, Plaua, Bid.
ney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wayne aud Chi.
cago, reaching Chicago at 8 A. 41.
JHrThe 6 and 8 A. 11. traius eouneot at Cleveland
with steamers for Buffalo.
For further information and Tickets, apply at the
Ticket oOioes north-east owner Front and Broad,
way; No. li Wulnut-atrset, near Oibaon House; at
the new Ticket liaioo, on the west side cf Vine-street,
between Postotooe aud hornet House; at the Wains.'
Street House, ox at the Slxtli street Depot. .
sum if. uioijA aajn, euperintenuent.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
i Four Trains Daily.
THREE Tli ROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Train-No. 1 Si piess. at 6 A. M,, ponneets via
Columbus and Cleveland, via Columbus, Crestline and
Pittsburgh, via Columbus, Hteiibenville and Pitts
burgh, DutroitriaClevelaudaud steamer. This Tmiu
stops, between Cincinnati and Columbus, at Love
land, Deerfield, Morrow. Xenla, Cedarville, Bouth
Charleston, London and West Jenbrsen. 1 - -
Second Train-No. 2 Kxpros, at 8:30 A. M,, connects
via Columbus, Bellalr aud Bonwood; Wheelingi via
Columbus, titeubenvilleand Pittsburg: via Columbus,
Orestllne and Pittsburg: via Columbus and Cleve
land; Detroit, via Cleveland and steamer: Whlte fiul.
phur Station, via Springfield. This Train stops bo
twoen Cincinnati and Columbus, at Plainville, Mil.
ford, Mlamivllle, Loveland, Deerfield, Morrow, Cor
win, Spring Valley, Xeuia and London.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:40 t. U,, foi
Colnmbnn nnd Bprlngfleld , , , j t
Fourth Train Bight Hxprass, at 11:30 P.M.I eon
neeta vlaOolumlms, Bellalr and Bonwood; Wheeling;
via Columbus, Steubenville and PittBburg; via A
lumbus, Crestline and Pittsburg: via Oolumbns and
Cleveland.' This train stops at Loveland, Morrow,
Corwin, Xenla aud London. BLP1NU CA8. OH
THIS TRAIN.. i
No. 1 Express, through to Cleveland wlthoutchangl
.Of oars. '. (..; h t-
No. 2 Kx press, through to Wheeling wilhont elungt
of cars. ,
The NIGHT ICXPRKSr train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:30 P. M., runs duily, except HATUBDAY8,, The
other Trains rnu daily, except SUNDAYS.
For all information, and Through Tickets to Boi.
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing,
ton. BufTnlo, Niagara Falls. Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all tho Eastern places,
apply at the Offices, Walnut Street Hnnse, No. 1 Bur
net tiouie, loulli-iuiet cornor ot Broadway aud Front
streets, anil at the Kastorn llenot. 1 ' j
Trains run by (Jolumbue time, which Is seven ml n
utos faster than Cincinnati time. -
' ' J. DURAND", Snp't.
- Omnlbnses call ferpassongers by leaving direction
at the Ticket CBices. . my!7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST,
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
Only On Chang of Can between Cincinnati
0 and Chieago. ' : ',:..'.
three PassengerTralnBloavoCinclnnatldaily. from
thefootof JUlll and Front streets.
6:30 A. M, Chicago Mail arrives at Indianapolis at
10:30 A. 31.; CMdaEO at 7:26 P.M. This train con
nects With All uiglit trains on t of Chicago, for th
West aud North-West.,
12;ta) M. Torre Hautoartd Litytayetto Accohtmoda
Hon arrives at Indianapolis, ut .t:UO P. M., making
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terre Haute
trains and Indianapolis and Lafayette trains for
Decatur, Bprlngfleld, Naples, Jnlncy, Hannibal nnd
St. Joseph; also with Peru trains for Peru, Ft; Wayne
and Toledo. : " . u
6:00 P.M . (Jhlcago Express arrives at Indianapolis
at 10:30 P. H.: Chicago at 7:40 A.M. Making close
connections at Chicago with all morning trains out
of Chicago. This train connects at Indianapolis
with Terre Haute trains for all. mints West and
Northwest, ,- .,
. Sleeping; cars are . attaohed to all the night trains
on this line, and run through to Chicago without
change of cars.
This Is exclusively a Western and North-western
ronto, and with faverablo and reliable arrangements
with all connecting roads thioughont the entire
West, guarantees unusual oare and the amplest ac
commodations to the patrons ol this line.
sjts- Be sure you are in the right ticket office before
yon purchase year tiokets, and ask for tickets via
Lawrencebnrg and Indianapolis.
. Fare the same as by any other route. Daggags
chocked through. , - j i .
TBROCOU TIC5.ET8, good untilnsed, can be ob
tained at the ticket unices, at Spencer House Corner,
uorth-east corner. Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net House Comer; at the walnut-street House, and
at Depot otitco, foot of Will, on Front street, where
all necessnry information may be had.
Omnlbua.es run to and from each train, and w
call for passengers at all hotels and all parts of th
oity, bl leaving address at olthsr office.
W. H. L. NOBLM,
mylO ' ! ' ' ! ,( : , Oeneral Ticket Agen t.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Great Througl Route for
TKBBB BAUTB, ' t' l i
6T. LOUIS, !
" LArAYXTTB, : .
.i , ' . CHICAOOV
, L00AN8P0BT, ; !
, . .. '.. PJBO. ''
tWO DAILY THROTIGH TRAINS lenveSlxth street
Depot, at 6 A. M. and 4:30 P. M.
A. M.-INT)rANAPHLIS,ST. LOUIS & CHICA
GO FAST RXPBESS.-Thronghdireot, making close
connections for all other Western and North-weatern
- tolnts.. This Train also connects at Richmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Xoko.
, mo, Logausport, and all point ou. Wabash Valley
I 4:30 P. 111. INUIANAI'01,19, UHIO&OO ft BT.
t.uuio luur a,&.riiins. i ne aDove trains make
close connections at Indianapolis, Lafayotte and Chi.
cage, with Trains for Terre Haute, Springfield, Rock
Island, aalesliurg, Kenosha, La Crosse, Jacksonville,
JsTThronnh Tlokcts siren and Banam checked
For further Information and Through Tickets, up
ply to Tickot Offices, north -oast eornorot Front nnd
Broadway; No. 169 Walnut street, near Fourth; at
outh-east corner of Fourth and Vine street, or al
the BixtU-street Depot. : ' J
D. M. MOBBOW, ' njio.rutenrteut.
Omnibuses will call for passeng r, i,r leuvlun thlr
came at sither of the Ticket Olt ,
138 W. H. -ni, Agent,
isauvilifi. ouniuNiuu, ouiwnuaue, JuaiKHliL, napiee.
(Jalena, quincy, Prairie du Chien, Pane, Peoria,
Ounlelth, Kaoine, Decatur, Blooicington, Jeliet, La
Salle. St. Paul, and all towns and oities in the North
O ANDY! O AND "Y
EC. TST. CIiA.Tl.13L,
(Baoeessor to MisnACo,).' , .,
vlknnfacturen and WholesalelDealeri
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
PINE GERMAN CIGARSI i FINK QER-
MAN CIOA RSI-John Bates has Just received '
i'kVKIO vory superior Cigars, which ho will sell low
forrash at NATIONAL TIIKATER BOILDINO,
..ocIO -.).' , y " " Byuamoya-street. i
P' LAVINU OARDSI I'LAJ In4I fcA RDS(
.Lih. IIaLwB hu in.t p..l..... l . .,"
iip.BTiir lTi v,a. rancy. vtij, .nteamiK,
ii Mi? '.i. ' !!o. ooid tucks, SATI'J
"K ilia.' J'itti,,0 Vck. N ATI'JNA L
Wl'TuitiTlNO Sycaniiire-street.il, 0j
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