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THE PRESS.
FRIDAY
..OCTOBER 'JS
THE RHINE.
Born when blooms the Alpine rota,
Cradled in toe Baden tea,
Forth tbe infant river tlowa,
Leaping on in childish glee.
Ktroug and swift and wild and brave,
On be speeds with crated vara
And spurning augbt like check or star,
Fights and foams along hia way
O'er crag and shoal, until his flood
Hoils like manhood a naxty blood.
Older, broader, deeper grown,
All romantic follies flown.
Now the laden "Breutachiff " sails
Slowly on his sober tide,
Which wanders on through fertllo Tales,
Aud looks like peace by plenty's aide.
Joy and strife and labor past,
In hia grave he aevka at last.
Not the common river's tomb,
Sot tlic ocean's mighty womb;
Into eaith be melts away, ,
Like that very thing of clay
Man whose brief, checkered courae
He has copied from his souroo.
TLe following is pretty good. We
found it in the "Omnibus" attached to
the Great Kepublicnn Monthly: .
"Talking of conundrums," said Old
Hurricane, stretching himself all over
Social Hall, and sending out one of those
might? puffs of Havana smoke which
had given him his name, "can any one
tell me whon a ship may be said to be in
love?"
"1 can tell I can," snapped out Little
Turtle. "It's when she wants to be man
ned." "Just missed it," quoth Old Hurricane
"by a mile. Try again. Who speaks
first?"
" I do," secondly answerd lemmons.
"It's when she wants a mate."
"Not correct," roplies Hurricane. "The
question is still open."
"When she's a ship of great size,
(sighs,)" modestly responded Mr. Smoothly-
"When she's tender to a mnn of war,"
said the Colonel, regarding the retloction
of his. faco in his boot ,
"Everything but correct," responded
Hurricane.
"When she's struck back by a heavy
swell'suggested Starlight.
"Not as yet," said Hurricane. "Come,
hurry along.
"When she makes much of a fast sail
or,' ' cried Smashpipes.
Here there was a great groan and
Smashnipes was thrown out of the win
dow. When peace was restored Old Hur
ricane '.propelled again."
"You might have said, 'when she hugs
the wind,' or 'when she runs down after
a smack, or whon she's after consort,' or
something of that sort iJut it wouldn't
have been right ' The real solution is
when she's attached to a buoy."
A Correct Jury. The pandering to
the most sensual, depraved tastes, so
often and too often exhibited and allowed
at criminal trials has received a iust re
buke from a Baltimore jury, in theoase of
John Sharp, a colored man, charged with
an attempt to commit a rape on the per
son of Sophia B Anderson, aged twelve
years.
The testimony was sufficient to con
vict tho fellow and he was sentenoed to
nearly ten years in the penitentiary.
In the course of the girl's testimony
her father and mother standing by her
she said tho prisoner used improper lan
guage to her. The Judge with an air of
interest, leaned forward and said:
"What did he say?" Tell us what
language he used!"
Tho girl, confused and abashed by this
summons, replied that she "did not like to
tell."
A juror arose (no doubt he had
daughters of his own; if he has not he
ought to have) and remarked to the
Judge: ''
"The witness is a modest girl, and we
would rather protect her than desire her
to answer such a question."
The Judge, however, was not to be
stopped in his anxiety to have sustained
the cause of indecency and justice
combined; he thought the jury had bettor
hear the language.
But the jurymen unanarnously dis
claimed any wish to have the girl repeat
the gross insult to modesty and virtue;
and the Judge had to content himself ns
best he could.
We vote that jury a monumont of the
purest white marble.
Xkw York. In 168S the assessed value
of tho property in the several wards of
the city amounted to only 78,321. In
1673 tho first pout rider began his trips
between New York and Boston, once in
three weeks.
In 1097 it was ordered "that every sev
enth house do hang out a pole with a
lantern and candle; and the said sevan
houses do pay an equal proportion of the
expenses." ,
In 1718, a rope walk was established
in Broadway, ew York, near the Park,
then overspread with brush and under
wood. In 1720 land was sold on tbe west side
of Broadway, New York, neaT the Bat
tery at 3d. per foot
Jn 1745 thero was only one coaoh in
New York, and which was owned by
Lady Murray.
In November, 1783, Now York was
evacuated by the British troops. The in
habitants did not then exceed 20,000.
Murray-street constituted tho Northern
boundary of the city. '
In 17'J5 the expenses of all printing of
Jew i orK corporation wan only Asa per
annum.
In 1804 hackney coaches were first li
censed. In 1811 (July 4) the corporation met
for the first time in. the imw City Hall in
the Park.
8A tall, slab-sided Yankee, who
win making his appeeiance at Cape May,
last summer, strolled down to the bcaoh
during bathing time. On seeing the bevy
of beauties disportin;; in the waves, he
burst into a fit of enthusiasm.
"Je-ru-so-lenM if (;hat don't jest remind
me of somethi ng gojd we have at ham."
" What is that?" remarked a friend,
who heard hi m.
"What is it?" said Jonathan, smack
ing his lips, " lasses in water."
The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table
hasjsome good criticism amid his flow of
humor ana tun. m sermons, he says:
" It is not strange tbvat very good people
should often find it difficult, if not impos
sible, to keep their attention fixed upon
a sermon treating feebly a subject which
they have thought vigorously about for
yeara,'and heard ible men discuss scores
ot times.
' The Brcigar Woman. Once in a time
of famine, an unknown woman, poorly,
but cleanly clad, went through a certain
village asking alms.
From some houses she was sent away
with rough words; at others she reoeivea
a very small gift; only one poor gardener,
ns she was very cold, invited her into his
warm room; and his wife, who hod just
baked cakes, gave her a nice large pieoe.
The next day all the people at whose door
the beggar woman had called, were invi
ted to supper in the Queen's palace.
When they came into the dining-room,
they beheld a small table laden with the
richest food, and also a large table with
many plates, on which there was here and
there a piece of mouldy bread, a few ar
tichokes, or a handful of bran, but for the
most part the plates were entirely empty.
The Queen said: "I was myself that
beggar woman in disguise, wishing, in
this time of distress, when the poor are
in such great need, to prove the charity of
my people, iheae two poor gardeners
took me in and entertained me the best
they oould; henoe tbey will now eat with
me, and I will now fix a pension for life
on them. The rest of you will entertain
yourselves with the same fare which you
gave me, and which yon will find on these
plates. With this, remember that in the
future world' you will also one day be
served as you serve others."
What we sire unto His poor
To our Lord Himself Is given.
What we sow of love on earth,
We shall richly reap in lleavou
Lendixu Books. Charles Lamb, tired
of leniing his books, threatened to chain
Wordsworth's poems to his shelves, add
ing, "For of those who borrow' some read
slow; some mean to read, but don't read;
and some neither read nor mean to read,
but borrow to leave you an opinion of
thier sagacity. 1 must do my money-borrowing
friends the justice to say, that
there is nothing of this caprice or wan
tonness of alienation in them. When
thay borrow my money they never fail to
1. . .run
uinako uno u& lit.
ft Proud looks lose hearts, but
courteous words win them.
Pays for the Penny Press.
No, 14 Wc.l I'OuHh-ufiTtt.
MERCHANTS, ATTENTION.
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO DO,
on the shortest notice, and In Iliellatest ana
most fashionable style, all kinds of
J" ob Printing,
SUCH At
BILLS 01 LADING;
DRAY TICKETS;
AUCTION BILLS;
CHECKS;
BONDS;
DEEDS;
PROUBAMMEH;
BILLS Or FA US
letter uk ads
mohtqaoeh;
oibculakh;
COUPONS;
POLtOlES;
POST IBS;
CARD
EAILEOAD
AND
STEAMBOAT WORKJ,
IX riKI STTLI AT HODMATI HUM.
FRANCISCO ft CiXDWELL.
six mm a
BUSINESS CARDS.
Six Cents a Week!
Pays for the Penny Press.
IV. 11 West fourth-street.
HENRY DAVID,
No. 978 MAIN-STREET
. BETWEEN SIXTH AND SEVENTH,
JJANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER
Soaps, Perfamerr, Fancy Goods. 4fce.
Which I will sail cheaper than any other place in
Die city. Ton will find a large assortment of EX
TRACTS at 25 con t s per bottle. or.lt
RICHARD KENNEDY
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
No. 17 Btato-treet, Columbus, Ohio.
W Agent for the WKEWLY 80IKNTIF10 ABT
ISAN. ocll-am
ALEXANDER JOHNSTON,
A UCTION AND COMMISSION MER
xlL CHANT-Salesroom, No. 7 East Third-street
Wi.l attemt to the sales of Real Sutnto, Personal
Pronertv. Drv Goods. Hardware. Hutu. Hoots. Shoes.
(iroceries, Furniture, tic. Having procured tho
services of a competent salesman, all business will
rueenviin oispaicii ami prompt returns. i;HHn ad
vances made on roods tor nulilio sales. Consign
ments solicited. Refer to merchants generally.
IWH-Hllll
KAILROAD HOTEL,
(Fronting the Steamboat Landing.)
North-east Corner Broadway ami Front.
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
R. F. LEVEEING, Proprietor.
oc7-cm
fflO PROCURE THE VERY BEST
STENOiX MARKING! PI.ATK
That can be mnd in tbe city (to to
23. JUL. POWURS,
J'i6 Walnnt-Ht., bet. Third and Fourth,
(Next door to the Masonic Tetaole.l
15. II. P. has thrco Diplomas awarded htm for the
licet work
oc7-iitn
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
MAJUiraCTUBEBS AND DKAXKHS IN
FURNITURE, CHAIRS, AND ALL
kinds of Mattresses and Beddlug, at the old
stand, No, 13d riycaniore-street, east side, between
Fourth and Fifth-streets, seventh store above
.Fourth-street. Church Fuws lined and cushioned,
All orders promptly attended to. ocl-cm
ANDERSON k HANNAFORD,Architectj
Manchester Building,
8. W. corner Third and Sycamore at.,
Jyl CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Book Binding
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, NO. 8 EAST
Fourth-street, between Main and Sycamore, Cin
cinnati. JftT"iie-bindlng in every style. Mnak Books neat
ly and durably bound. U. CUOPPKU.
fjy29-6ni1
D. DE FOREST,
Book Binder aud Paper Ruler,
Third story Times Building, will do all work in hi
line with neatness and dispatch. jyM-lv
PUIXAN fc WILLIAMSON,
(At tbe old stand of Pullan, Hatfield A Brown,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS"
No. 63 WEST SECOND HT.,
OIKCTKHAn,
josiFH ppxlan. formerly of Pullan, Hatfield at Brown
wh.b. Williamson. mr-ACvV
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET
iTA and Boiler Iron, Flow Blahs, Railroad Spikes
Kto. Also,Agents for the sale of lronton Btar Nails
Wareroorns No. IS East becond Street. Clncinnat 1
Ohio.
VAu kinds iron mane to order. IDS
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
134 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI, 0.
KITREDGE & FOLSOM,
J St. Charles street, New Orleans, La.,
Importer of Gunsjde Sporting Apparatus
AND DIAI.1R8 IN OUN POWDHB.
LEINDEBT BTL.
JAMK8 TKBBT
L. BYL & CO..
CLEANERS OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. 99 Sixth-Street, between Vine anil Race. In
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
may faror na with their patronage, can rely on punc
tuality and low prices. sepl-ey
DENTAL CARDS.
0. BONSALL. n. A. SMITH
BONSALL Si SMITH,
DENTISTS,
ill. 11 West Plx th-atree t,
CINCINNATI. sepl-cm
J. TAPT,
(Successor to Knowltoa ft Tart.)
DENTIST.
No. 30 West Fourth St., bet. Walnut Vine
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
i. t. BAMLKN. H. B. SMITH.
Drs. IIAMLEN SMITH.
23 ES 2XT T I & "X" ,
No. 3 Wewt Fiirtli BU
118
a. WABDI.E.
J. DOVQBTT.
DRS. WABBLE & DOUGHTY,
DBNTXSTS,
Office No. 1.18 West Fourth street,
CINCINNATI. OHIO
H. S. WINSLOW,
NO. IS! 8VCAUOKK 8TBKET, BELOW IMifTB.
jygt-CTI ' fllWOTHWATT.
MEDICAL CARDS.
MEDICAL.
DR. J. WILSON'S Office, 58 Wnt Fourtn
atreet, where be may be censulted daily for all
Female Complaints, Inflammation or the Oerrix,
Prolapsus Dterea, all displacements of tbe Womb,
Bpinal and Cerebral arfeotlons, and other omanicdis.
eases common to female.. The Doctor's long expe.
rlence and recent discowy in the treatment of the
aboredlseases, cannot fall to give entire satisfaction.
Tie Doctor is aaent for a European female monthly
Fill; price (land two stamps. aul6.3ui
DUS. B. EHRMVN & W. C. LEECH.
HOjfKEOPATIUSTS.
orrioK no. 4s seventh stbeet.
Office boon from A.M.,1 to3,and7to,F.M.
jyM-cm
B. Si NEWTON, M. D.
Offlos, 80 Weit Seventh Street,
mm tim aid lAOm.
tea
O. E. NEWTON. M. D.
Orno-lfe, to West Berenth street, between Tine
end Baee. BsiDiioa-'Ho. it Herenth street, b
wesn Walnut and Vine. Orrioi Hoou-TX to Vi
A.M.I WtoWP.M.iltoiF.11.
SEWING MACHINES.
LADD, WEBSTER oc CO.'S
, LOCK STITOU
. Si;VHti MICI1IKE9,
80 West Fourth-street,
Between Vino and Walnut-afreets, Cincinnati.
s)W" tk nd for a Circular. wia
REMOVAL,.
WILTS EE BROTHERS,
-bkaiibs is
YOUNGp'S Improved Two-Threaded Look-Stitch
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
$35, S30 and $35.
No.8!iFiftb.-si-eet,
WIllj' RDMOVB, OOTOBEB 1, TO
No. G West Fourth-street,
Over Ileggs a Smith's.
SWA pints wuu ti'd, Address
W1I.TSEJR BUflTnRRS, Aocnts,
ocl 1'. 0. BuxX.M'J, Cinciunati, 0.
$30. $30. $30. $30.
MOORES'S
Thirty-Dollar Doable Lock-Stitch
8E0UBKD BT RKCKNT LKTTEKS PATENT.
rFIHIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PRC
M. MIDNOED by all roiniieieut Juilces. who
have seen it, to be the best and nioitt deslruole Fam
ily tkiwliicc Miichiue ever introduced, rRKardleae
of price. It will sew all kinds of family goods,
from the very thickest lothevery finest fabrics mndo,
anu uses nil KinilHOI tnrcad, IromJMo. K to wn.
No oil li uaeil on topof the Iinchlni.
Bend lor a circular, or call and see it in operation
Upon early application, State and County liujhtsmay
bo secured.
An euf-reetlc person can make a fortune In a short
time. ACiunts wanted man unnoiu titrrttory.
II. t'. Hl'KTAIAN,
Sc le and excln.ire anflit fur the United Hiatus,
eepMfiut Uii Went Fourthitreet, Cincinnati.
Sloat&Co.
SEWING MAC HIKES,
eTITCUINa THE SAME ON BOTH
aides, louring no ridge or chain, and Impossible
to ravel. For speed, accuracy or eaao of motion, the
Elliptic Machine is without a rival.
Cincinnati, Office M Went Fourth street.
fep28
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES.
Prices Reduced to $50, $75, CHOcmti $125,
Blntrer'a New Fnmlly Sewing Machine,
The Dries of which Is onlv SMI. la a lliiht andelesrant.
ly decorated Machine, capable of performing, in the
Deat style, an tne aewing oi a private iamuy.
Singer's Trnimverae Shuttle Machine,
To be sold at 873, Is a Machine entirely new in Its ar
ransemejit: it is Terr beautiful, moves rapidly and
reryeasiily, and, for family use and light mauufao-
taring purposes, is cue very uosi ana cueapesi jua
chine ever offered to the public
Slntrer's No. 1 Stnndnrd Shuttle Mnclilne,
Formerly sold at 813.1, but now reduced to DUD, IB
known all over tbe world. Every sort of work can
be done with it.
Singer's No. 3 Standard Shuttle Machine,
This Is tho favorite manufacturing Machine every
where Price, with table complete, SI2.1.
aWBeiid for a Circular.
JAMES SKARDON,
Agent for J. II. Singer & Co.
No. 8 East Fourth street,
JeM-t CINCINNATI, OHIO.
i B. DODOS,
rormotlyof Hall, Dodd?a().; late Urbaii.DodacaCO.
W. SI. DoiM & Co.,
KaaurAovvBEU or tui '
0O3Sff025.S3il73a
Fire and Burglar Proof
JS jSl IT" 33 33 J
8. VV. Corner of Vine it Second Streets.
This la the most reliable FIKK AND BUKGLA
PROOF 8AFB that Is mude In the United States, and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and is of better workmanship than
can be fonnd elsewhere.
We have a larsrs assortment on hand, and are de
termined to sell at prices that cannot fail to please.
Old Sales
Takes In exchange. HKCOND-HAND BATES al
ways on hand at extremely low prices. Kit
Gras Fixtures,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
WE HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST
variety and host seleoted assortment of Ons
Fixtures in Cincinnati, consisting of all that Is new
or desirable in the Gas Fixture line.
We warrant every Fixture we sell to be equal, both
In material andhnisb, to any that ia sold in thiBO
any ether market, and in audition will guarant. t
them to retain their color and remain porfectforflye
years from the time they are pnt np by us.
Call, see, and examine our stock, .
MoHENItr 4 CARSON.
Jy21-cm 1S2 Main street, near Fonrth
ROOFING-! ROOFING!
rriHE " OtlTCALT ELASTIC ME.
M. TALUO HOOFING" i offered to the public
as the best and cheapest Metal Hoof now used, its
merits tented by an experience of years in this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steop, old or new
buildings. No solder used fastened securely with
out exposure to the action of the dements.
Propnrcd sheets, boxed for shipment to any part of
the United States, can he applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Ur.lera promptly filled.
.CALDWELL CI),
jyU-tf m West Second street.
DR. SAWh SILSREE
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEA8E8 OF
TUB SKIN, RHEUMATISM, DISEASES OF
WOMEN, and such Chronio complaints as maybe
benefitted by the Bygyenic and Atmop athlc system
of bis office.
Vapor. Bulphnr, lodino, Arsenic, Mercury, Tur
kish, Sussian and Electro-Chemical Baths, a Sis
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of Electric
and Ungnetio Apparatus.
. NO. 67 WKST SIXTH-8TBKKT.
aterofflrs h.nrs 8 A. M. to P. M. anig-tfl
JEWELRY.
II. P. ELI AS'
' New Wholeela
WATfJI & JEWELRY HOUSE
16 West Fourth Street, .
Whore can be bad every article appertaining to ths
Bminesi at a mneh less price, for OASH, thai
haul ever before been offered In this market.
GIVE' US A CALL"
And see for yourselves.
WM.WHITAKER
JEWELER,
No. MX N. B. Cor. Fifth and Ledge streets, betwes
Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati.
A good assortment of SI LV K 8 and PLATED W ABA,
BPE0TACL8, etc., kept constantly on hand.
Special attention given to Cleaning and Bepalrlni
watches and Jewelry. myin
BEGG9 sk SMITH, No. 6 Went 4th St.
ABE now receiving; additions to
their large assortment of Watches, Jewelry,
SUverwars end Diamonds. "
' : ""ALSO
A fine assortment of Putted Tea Set and Ontlerr
asl Opera Glasses. J34
HEAD QUARTERS
' ' FOB
BOOTS AND SHOES.
I HAVE NOW IN STORE THE LARGEST
and beat stock of Gentlemen's Shoes for Fall
wear to be fonnd in ths city, which I am selling very
cheap for caah. JOHN H. DETEBS?
oclt No. U West Fourth-street.
INSURANCE.
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
Incorporated 1519. Charter Perpetual
W Ager ry establlshedin Cincinnati In 1 H-iH, an
teilnting e l present local Insurance Companies and
Agencies in tho Insurance buaiuens in this city. 311
years com aiitduty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience,, nterprise and liberality, especially com.
mend the JETS A. Insurance Company to tlie favora
ble patronaireof this commuulM standing solitaiy
and alone, the solo survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of 1N5.
Iioseus pnl.lln t'inclniintl during past I'lve
Veara, S15li,)3 1 47.
Cash Capital $1,000,000.
lABSOLUTE AND TJNIMPAIBED.J WITH A
SURPLUS OK 81,034),23
And tbe prestige of ill yearasuccessund oxipexienoe.
INVKSTMKNT9 Or
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARD OKSI'2,000,000, MHxE-i
Have been paid by the Mtnn Inaurance Company In
the past 40 years. I
Kirn nnd Inlnnd Nnvitintion. Risks accepted
at terms consistent with solvency and lair profits.
kVtpeciulattentiou given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms of 1 to Ay s.
Application made to any duly nthorised Agent
firomptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
mate Insurance business, this Company is enabled
tooilerboth ludeninlty for the past aud seenrityfor
the future. P llclei issued without delay by
JAS. U. OA .Tifiil, Agent, No. 4') Main street.
A. F. i'ATO ..Assistant Agem. i
H. K. (.1NTI EY, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.J. HOOKA ,Ant.Fulton. I7t.h Ward.. ar.
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
Important Imiyorcnieiit!
WELLSTl TENT '
FOLDING SPRING EATRESS
wxisns ol; as hvs manufaott;iieu,
WI10LK3ALK AND KE f AIL, Ef , i
BEXXETT&IO.,
)y2;-m Hvcamore street, below fifth
" - HALL'S PATENT. :
THE MOST RELIABLE FIRE AND
BUKGI.AB PROOF 8AlfK8.-Theyhaveg,lven
mnro satisfaction than any ollu-r now In n.o.
We offer a reward of ONK TIIOI.SANU 1)01..
T.AUS to anv nerson that Ciiii. up to the nrewnt
time,ahowa single instance wherein tboy have failed
to orcaerve iiieir conieuta. i
With this SAFK wo cliallcnge all competition, as
beiiuzthe best Fire Proof. Durfliar Proof, or. Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
test witn any estaousnmenc in tne union, nun tne
narivfailinir first, to forfeit to the other, tha sum
of 82,000.
We are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at less
coat, than any other manufacturer in tbo United
States.
lecond-hand nates or other makers, also on hand.
Weresoectfullr invite the public to call and exam
ine our k toe k beforepnrchaiiiiigi'lBrraliero.
MALI;, UAUKULL. Ull.,
angl2-ayt Nos. li ami 17 Knit Columbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholio, and
JIL PAINS L THE STOMACH & BOWELS.
JfXaale by GEO. 8. LIGHT,
WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, CINCINNATI.
ITIIlt SAI.K I!V JOHN r. PA UK. ri:tkk. V.t'R.
8TINK A CO., and DriiKglHts genernlly. Order left
a. Wi. , t . Mann
iison it Uathei.d, no. 41 Walnut
will bo attended to.
aul.Vtnovl
GIiASGMIV AMD NEW YORK
STEAMSHIP t'OMPANY.
BTBAM TO OLASQO VEEPOOL, BKLFA8T,
DUBLIN AM LONDONDKUBV
foh mo.
raou new torn. :
;lnngow, Thomson, WodiiuBrtiiy, Aug. 31, at 12 noon
Klinbursh,CumuilnK..Wednoaday, Jnnel, "
(.Iiinkow. 'f homson..... . . " July, "
iiainourifu,uumnimg.. - jmy27, "
rnon olasoow.
Edlnbui'h.OnmniInB...Satnrdav. Mavl. i
(ilnaaow, Thomson... Wednesday, July if . .
Kilinuuritli, Cumniiug. " July.
Kates of Passage from New York, Philadelphia ot
Boston, to Glasgow. Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
Londonderry, flratclaas. gteer.utH.fniiii.1 with
an abundance of properly-couked provisioua, ljt'10.
au tin.i .Huuau auiitwu uLtauiieu w eacu Bieamer.
No cbargo for mudiciues.
ITor Freight or Passago, apply to
a37 BI1I1K RT flKAlO. 17 Broadway.
?.81-I30 tdmni
eSuinod qiiu aotodd no jnos juoj,')ij,
:)eaiis-;qriiri03 rjuu Aioi-uwjBav "JOO. 'j
00 2? HHJttVH A "AV
sjorton pn amiSav eininjoj '!) 'JliiniAn
qiotoBnuii'H 'saeflowj imj 'soumMuj jnms 'saou
una joputi pus aoadu qiol ('ptos t.voJ -souisjj vr
Nom cnc-his an iad "sazis ni v
Snmoif pu Snipn.io aiqauoj
M XT .3 T ji. 3FL 33 . 1
AFTER MANY TBARG OF PRACTICAL
experience in the art cf JUnstard-maklng, tbe
proprietors offer the above brand or Mustard to the
fmlillc, gnaranteelngtt a strictly pure article, manu
actureil froiu the beat aualitv of seed, cnri.tnllv
iected with the il.wlgn of producing a Mnatard HUPE.
muit jiN 1-i.avi.u snu runusnut 1U ANY
NOW IN USE. Wa bare no besliniion iu saying
that all loversofgood Mustard will fiudthel. X I.
to be that which they so frequently full to obtain,
MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTARD.
sWTOrders promptly filled.
, HARRISON WILSON,
JoM ' 1 9 and 111! Wnlnnt.atrei-t.
Money! ifloncy! money!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
Keiuoved from dtt Went Uth-Mtreet.
MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
ELRY and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of Interest, at No. 173 Vlne-streat, between
Fourth and Fifth. 244
At the Old Established Stand,'
34 KAST FIFTH. BKT. MAIN AND HYflAMnKB.
IUAVK A LARGE AND DESIRABLE
stock of Houaohola and OfMcn Fnmiturs. hntl.
new and second hand, consisting of fine bedsteads,
soias ana parlor chairs, Brussels ana ingrain carpets,
eil-oloth. cutlerv. ete. A flno assortment of nnn...
ters, shelving, office desks and stools, eto. Also, r
stock of billiard tables, piauos, extra marble-toi
counters and tables on hand and for sale low,
sepaonmr wm, UAitTitu, proprietor.
J. J. BUTLER'S
Excelsior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory, 39 Vlue St M
WILHAM ' DISNEY, ATTORNEY
AT LAW. OhlM Bntldlaaa. Ma. a ... tm.j
ill II
i asm
street. sen-ai
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RAILROADS.
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
RAILROAD
FOUR DAILY TRAINS IEAVK TAB
Bixtb-street Depot.,: ' '
Trains run through to Indianapolis, lima, San
dusky and Cleveland without change ot cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North
ern and North-western cities.
6 A. ill- KXPKKMH TRAIN (Columbus time,
which iBseven minutes taster ilmn Cincinnati) For
Clevclaud and Pittsburg, via Helaware, makes close
connection at Crestline for Pittsburg, Baltimore,
Philadelphia and New York; and at Cleveland for
Dunkirk, Buflulo, Boat n aud How York. Also, con
nects at Day toa with li.iytou and Michigan Boad for
Troy, Piuua, Sidney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Toledo at 3:30, Detroit
at 6:00, aud Chicago at 7:2(1 P. Ma Qulncy and Galena
at 7 A. M. Also, at Dayton with Green villeand Miami
itoad, for Greenville, Union, Winchester and Mon
de. Also, counectaat lifchuiond with Indiana Cen
tral Koa.l,for Indianapolis, Lafayette, Chicago, Terra
Haute, St. Louis, aud all Western citus. Also, at
Kl. limond with Cincinnati and Chicago Road, for
Andersen, Kokomo and Peru, Also, connects with
Junction llnilroad.it Il.inii Itoa fur Oxford.
M A. M. MAIL TItAIN For Dayton, Spring
Held and Saudusky Uminects at Nandusky with
HTKA4IKII for DKTKOIT;t URBAN A forCOLCM.
BL'8; at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort WayneandChi
cago Uoad, East und West; at Clyde with C. and To
ledo Moad for Cleveland unit Buffalo, Toledo, Detroit
and Chicago. This train also connects at DJCLA
WAKE with the 0., 0. & 0. iioad for Cleveland and
E tints Ka.it; alMicormecis at Hamilton with Juactiou
ailroadfur Oxford.
'lia.O P. DI. THA IN For Dayton, Springfield
and fciindusky Connects at Forest with Pittsburg,
B ort Wayny and Chicago ltosd. Kast and Weat; at
Clyde with C. and Toledo Koad lor Clovelaudang liui
falo, Toledo, Detroit audChlcsgo. Also, connects at
Biobmend for Indianapolis, Torro Haule, 8t. Louis
and Chicago. Also, connects with Junction Baihoad
at Hamilton fnrOxford.
O P. I1. T It A I N For Dayton, Trny, Plana, HIiI.
ney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wayne and Chi
oago, reaching Chicago at 8 A. M.
JWTThofiand g A. M. traina connect at Cleveland
with steamers for Buffalo.
For further loformatiou and Tickets, apply at the
Ticket oflices-north-oast corner Front aud Broad
way; No. 1A Maluut-strbst, near Gibson Home; at
tbn now Ticket Onioe, itt tbe west aide cf Vlno-streot.
between Postunlce and Burnet Uonae; at the Walnu'
Btreot House, or at tho Six lb -at reet Depot.
D. MoI.A KUN, Buperintendont.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
ml
tasst;
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
1HREB XII ROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Train No. 1 Ei prusa. at 6 A.M., connects via
Oolnmbusand Clovoland, via Columbus, Crestline and
ri.inuurH.t, vm vuiuuiuiu, nieuneuvuie and Pitta,
bnrgh, Detroit via Clevoia ud and steamer. This Train
stops, between Cinciunati and Columbus, at Lovo.
laud, DeerBeld, Mori-ow. Xenia, Cedarville, Sontb
Charleston, London and West JerTerson. ,
Second Ti aln-Np. 2 Express, at 8:30 A. M connects
via Colnmlms, Bollair and Benwood; Wheeling: via
Oolumbas, rltoiibenvllieand Plttebnrg; viaOolumbua.
Crestline and Pittsburg: Ma Columbus and Uleve.
land; Detroit, via Cleveland and stoamor: V hlto Sm.
phur Station, via Springfield. This Train stops be
twmn Cincinnati and Colnmbus, at Plainvlllo, Mil
ford, Mianilvlllo, Loveland, Doerfteld, Morrow, Cor
win, Spring Volley, Xeula and London. .
Third aialn-Accomrnodation, at 4:41) P. M., for
ColumbuBiiud Springfield.-
Fourth Train-Night Kxpress. at 11:30 P. M.! con
nects via Columbus, Bellnlrand Benwood: Wheeling;
via Columbus, Hteubeuvillo and Pittsburg: via Co
lumbus, Crestline and Pittsburg: via Columbus and
Cleveland. T,hls train stops at Lovoland, Morrow,
TliTsKAlN dn' BLaml!i0 CAlt8 u
No. 1 Express, through to CleTolniidwithoutchBnga
ofcars.
fNo2 Express, throogh to Wheolingwithoat cbani
$1$T ISXPKKSS train leaving CinclnnaU
at 11:30 P. M., runs dally, except SATUBDAYti. The
ether Trains run daily, except SDN DAYS.
For all Information, and Through Tickets to Bos. V
ton, Now York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
on "'Illlfyrvl5"!?,"'tt '""t, I'unklrli, Clevelan.1,
Plttsbarg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places
apply at the Ofsces, Walnut Street House, No. I Bur.
net House, south-east corner ol Broadway and Front
streets, and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which Is seven min
utes faster than Cincinnati time.
, J. DUBAND, Bup't.
Omnibuses can forpaasongors by leaviug direction
at the Ticket Offices, mjrr7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE
VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Only Or.e Change of Vart Jeltcetn CWnnafi
and Chicago, ' "
Three PosenfrerTrainsleave OitKUnnatl dailr. from
the foot of Mill and Front street, Mnm"1 UOBl
6:50 A. lU.r-Cliicngo Mail arrives at Tudlananolis at
10:30 A. M.! Chlcacu M t:li V. M." TbU XX coS'
uectj with all night trainaontof Chicago, for the
West and North-went. ..
12:W M.-'tVrmllitutoaiidLrtyfayofteAccommoda-M.lon
arrives at Indianapolis, t 5:iio P. BI., making
lireot connections at Indi inarolls with Terre Haute
trains and Imliannpplia and Latayetto tniins for
Oecutur.Sprlngneld, Naples, ljuiuey, Hannibal and .
TOd Toledo " 'r eru' ,,-Wu'1"'
.s.:l? 'I ' ,iUhm"g0 B"I'IM "'Tes at Indianapolis
,t 10:30 P. M.; Chicago at 7:40 A.M. Making eleB
lionnectlonsnt Chicago with all morning trains out
0,,.,J'!ico'Thl" trsln ennnects at rndianapolls
with Terra Hauto trains for all points West and
Northwest.
Sleeping ears are attached to all the night trains
u this line, and run thionyh to Chicago without
change of cars.
This is exclusively a Western and North-western
onte, and with favnrablo and roliublc arrangements
vitn all connecting roa.ls tlnouehont tbe entire
est, guarantees unnsuul care and t ke amplest ac
:otnn. dilations to the pnti ons of this line.
Be sure you are In tbe right ticket office before
on pnrchnse yonr tickets, and ask for tickets via
bawrenoebnrg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same as by any other rente. Baggact
mecked through.
THROUGH TICKETS, good until nsed, can be ob
tained at the ticket orllces, at 8encer House Corner,
north-east corner Brotulw.iy aid Front! No. I Bur
net . House Cornors t the tfalnqt-street House, and
it Depot ofnoe, foot oi Mill, on Front street, where
ill necessary Information may be had.
Omnlbusses run to and from lach train, and w
.all for p.-weniiers at all hotels and all parts of ths
city, bl leaving address at either office.
W. H. L. NOBLE,
mylo - Qenwial Ticket-Agon t.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
lAoTlP11 RUte fr
Tilt HE UAUTB, I
. ST. L0TJI8,
DAFAYEfTB,
OJEUOAOO,
LOCANSriOBT,
l'KBU,
FORT WAYNB.
C WO DAI LY Tfl ROIJC HTBAINS IcaveSUtb street
Depot, nt 6 A. 31. and 1:30 V. SI.
A. M.-INDIANAPOL18, 81. LOUIS OUIOA
i0 FA8T KXPEKHS.-Throughdinict.maklngclose
connections for all other Western and North- sstern '
points. This Train also conneclsat Blchmon.l with . '
Cincinnati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Iiokkr L '
mo jjuKuuopuri, auu an points on vvaoaan valley
4:30 P." M. INDIAN A POI.IH, CHIOAQO A BT.
LOUISNIGHT KXPRESS.-The above Trains make
dose connections at Indianapolis, Lafayetteand Chi-
'Koviiiv. juiuugiuu, iTiiiwauaee, maccoon, napies.
alena. Oulnoy. Prairie rln (lhlri. Pti, PuirU
linnlekh, Racine, Decatnr, Bloomlngtoii, Joliet, L '
Malle.St. Paul, and all towns andcitlesin tbe North
et. . .
SMTThrongh Tickets given and Baggage checked
'tirough.
For further Information and Throngh Tickets, i
jly to Ticket Ofnces, noi-tb-oastoornerot Front and
Broadway; No. HiH Walnut street, near Fourth: at
.onth-east corner of Fourth and Vli.e street, or al
he Sixth-streot Depot. ,
D. M. MORROW, i.W.-r,t(I1,ii
Omnlbnses will call for jiassong . , ir.,.vlnK lhlr
.umos at either of tbe Ticket Oil , " 1 ' I
US W.H. ".-nji. Agent.
O ANDY 1 CANDY
(Successor to Mini A Co,).'
'(anufactureri and WnolesaleDealert
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES, -
O MAIN
STREET, CINCINNATI
jmyn
ITIINlt OTCRMATv" nminsi tTt
in "" " w v-.-w jijii.. a via
OER-
,JSt,u,UA?8lonn Dates has jnst recoiwd
.,C10rysurerlor Cigars, which he will sell lX
';"J!!!h at NATIONAL TUKATKB BUILDING,
OOIU Nvntmnisi.sfn.n. N
OLAYINU (JARDSI PLAYIN9 CARDSI
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