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THE PRESS.
8ATUUDAY..
OCTOBER.
BACHELOR'S FARE.
Tunny Mill free an a bachelor's reveries,
CtuMrlly, merrily passe bis llfo;
Km biL)! knows he of connubial deviltris,
Troublesome children and clamorous wife.
Tne from satiety, care and nnxietv,
Chimin in variety fall to bis share,
Daccbus's blisses and Vauus's kisses,
Tliis, boys, this is tho Bachelor's Fare.
A wife, like it canniator, chattering, clattering,
Tisil to n dog for ills torment and dread,
All bespattering, bumping and battering,
Hurries and worries him till he is daad.
Old ones are two devils, haunted by blue devils,
Young ones are new devils, raiting despair;
Doctors and nurses combining their curses,
Adieu to full purses and Bachelor's Fare.
Through such folly days, once twest holidays,
Boou are embittered by wrnugllng and strife;
Wir turn jolly days to melancholy days,
All perplexing and vexing one's Ills.
Children are riotons. maid servants tly at us,
rr 3Itnmy, lo ojiiet us, yrnwls like a hear;
P illy is annulling, and Molly I I'SivliMtf,
While Dad is recalling his Bachelor's Faro,
When they are older grown, then they nro boldsr
grown,
Turning your temper aud sco ruing your rule,
Glrl, ibmugh foolishntsi, passion or mullskuew,
Parry jour wishes, and marry fooL
Boys vill Anticipate, lavish and dissipate,
All timt our Dusy pate noarued with cm
Thin tell me what jollity, fun or frivolity,
care;
ROUGH SKETCH OF AN ARKANSAS JUDGE.
The Camden, Ark., correspondent of
the Memphis Enquirer gives the follow
ing account of nu ex-judge:
for four years past (until the election
of last year,) tho Judicial circuit adjoin
in; this has been presided over by Judge
S , a little waspish, ill-natured, pomp
ous feelin" specimen of huiuunitv, whose
knowledge of the law is just sufficient to
confuse a mind not intended by its Maker
tor a very brilliant onn said legal Jtnowl
go, too, mostly of n kind not luid down
in tho books, but ot the lex non scripta.
or unwritten law order:, However his
inordinate vanity makes up for the ab
sence of all other qualities, and frequent
ly carries him into paths where mod
est men would "fear to walk." On one
occasion Mr. C , of Little Rock, a
lawyer of great ability, appeared before
Mm in the advocacy ot a cause in which
he found it necessary several times to
una the phrase lex loci contraotus.
His honor knew nothing about latin,
but this term had been used so often,
that h ) thought he had it by heart, and it
wouia aitura mm an opportunity ot diS'
piuying considerable) learning, and such
occasions no always availed himself of.
r-o he suddenly interrupted the attorney
wun, "stop, mt Vj it s unnecessary
mi aruB iuuij point any iurcner. ruis
Court has devoted many years to the
study of law, and if there is any branch
of it that thin Court feels itself posted
thoroughly in, it is the lex locum con
etricti." Imagine the laugh thereat.
After he left the Bench, ho was em
ployed to assist in the prosecution of a
negro charged with murder. He com
moticed hia speech in the deep tragedy
3tylo, as follows: "Gentlemen of the Jury,
blood has been shed. Yos, gentleman,
blood has been shed, and it now cries for
veageauce from the tongueless caverns of
the earth, like the innocent blood of Cain,"
Then, suddenly elevating his voice to a
tornado pitch, and jumping some six feet
to whero the astonished negro was sitting,
he continued: Shake not "thy gory locks
at me, for as Shakespeare said unto' David,
"Thou art tho man." Thnt "nigger" went
free.
j3y"Alr3. Jones," said a gentleman, one
day last taimmcr, when railroad accidents
were so numerous, to a lady whose hus
band was a brakesman, ",Mrs. Jones, do
you not feel worried about Mr. Jones
while he js on tho cars, in view of the
many accidents thnt are now daily ocur
ring?', "W-c-l-l n-o not at all," replied
the contented lady, "for, d'yo see, if ho is
kiLVrl I know I shall bo paid for it, be
cause Mr. Williams got S40 for his cow
that was run over by the cars a few dnvs
since!"
Advick Gratis. Avoid quotations, un
less you are well studied on their import,
'mil feel their impertinence.
A friend, the other day while looking
ut the skeleton of nu nss, which had be'jii
dug out of a 6and-pit, aud admiring -and
nuuuerwg uu me structure oi that de
spised animal, made a very awkward use
of n well-known quotation
'Ahl 'said he, with humility, and sympa
thy worthy of La Fontaine, "we are fear
fully ar.d wonderfully made
iSrAn
B"J' a iiiuuu Oil
ours the other day was accosted in ono
of our streets with the words: "Do yon
know the time sir?" Upon which ' '
pulled out his watch, and after con- ?,e
ing it returned it to his pocket, cor' ,1
plyinytothe interrogation: "Ye '"y--lo,"
and then walked off, leaving ;? eir 1
tinner abash ed at his own rid' J , 6 que8"
of inquiring tho timo. culona wy
fi""Where wasJ ."TTT . 1X
deith ?" said a top L'oha at
pils in a commc !her ? on8 f hls, Pu"
tell. "Then- '"gvoice. He couldn't
the little .ft -''Joshua knows," said
"Well" ' at 8 toot ' tne 'class,
v. aid the teacher, "if Joshua knows
"0e0, .y tell" "In the fire! " said Joshua,
:iog very solemn and wise. ' This was
ie last question.
SIt was a common remark of Dr.
Waddell, "Show me a boy with a horse,
do: and cud. and I'll show vou a hnv whn
will never come to anything." YVe can
look back through the vista of fifty years,
and wo cannot point to the man, living or
dead, whose history disproves the remark.
We can point to many in verification of
it
Two SitAKPs. An old man pioked up
half a dollar in the street ''Old man,
that's miae," Baid a keen looking rasoaL
"Did yours have a hole ia in it? " asked
the old gontleaun. " Yes," replied the
other, smartly. "Then it is not thine,"
rpjained the old gentleman; "thee must
bo a little sharper next time."
i&S" Prof. B , the eminent electri
cian, was traveling lately in the cars,
when n man came up and asked for his
fare. "Who are you?" said H . "1?
my name is Wood, and I am the conduc
tor." "Oh," said the Professor, very qui
etly, "that can't be, for wood is a non-con
ductor."
ST A sufferer with r.eurnlffia tho
other day told bis troubles to a member of
tne BKetcn Club. "I can sympathize
with you," was the reply; "I'vo just got
over it, but I had it so long that it
lecame old-ralgia." The sufferer gave
additional groan mai departed,
HUMOROUS.
'H MnM r1tf t,td f 11 i
-',,u,rTu a.j .ouun-
men ine rune 01 1110 vanniuai isiunus.
M&Jiather Flighty. Our friend Jo,
Com defines a flighty woman to be an
absconding wile.
BgguA. sad Misnomer. Calling a cer
tain nether garment between five and six
feet in diametor, a "petty-coat
BSLXadios who array themselves in
patent hoops should sing, aa they dress,
"sun so gently 0 er me steeling.
BS&.About. the only person we ever
heard of that was not spoiled by being
uunizea, was a oew nnmea ianiei.
A TrtlFLH TO FILL UP A GAP IK TUB CON
versatioh. How is the sun supported?
y ny, by its beams, ot course.
I""Jones has a reverence for truth,"
said Brown.
"So I preceive," was Smith's reply, for
he always keeps a respectful distanoe
from it.
JSTSidney Smith, one day. describing
to a friend the people whom he met at a
dinner party, said: "There was Hallam,
too, with his mouth full of oabbage and
contradiction."
Mrs. Partington says the only
way to prevent steamboat explosions is to
"make the engineers bile their water on
shore." In her opinion, "all the bustin'
is done by cooking the steam on board I"
C-"Jolin," said Mr. B.. the other day.
to his son, "John, you are so lazy; what
on earth do you expect to do for a living?"
"Why, father, I've been thinking as
now i wouia do a revolutionary pen
sioner." SgjjA gentleman of Alabama was ly
ing in bed one morning, when a friend
stepped in and said: "P , breakfast is
coming on." "Let it come," replied P.,
with a look of defiance, "I'm not afraid of
it"
Btf A punster says: "My name is Som
erset I am a miserable bachelor. 1
cannot marry; for how could I hope to
prevail on any young lady, possessed of
the slightest notions of delicacy, to turn
a Somerset?"
IMS, .Mrs. Smith, did you say, in the
hearing of my little girl, that I was
a 'great rusty cat!" "Ko my dear Mrs.
Jones, 1 said you were a great aristo
crat" "0, ah! children should bo care
ful," muttered Mrs. Jones.
"How came such a ere as v mess in
the oven?" said a fidgety spinster to her
maid-of-all-work,
" Why," replied the girl, "the candles
fell into some water, and I put them in
the oven to dry ! "
A juror, havins annlied tn thn
judge to bo excused from serving on ac-
couut ot deafness, the judge suid: "Could
you not hear my ohargo to the jury, sir?'
'Yes, I heard your honor's charge,' said
the juror, 'but I couldn't make any sense
of it' He waseicused.
shan't be with you a great 'while,
Jane, said Mr. Melter," I Bhan't stay
here a great while."
"Oh, Mr. Melter. how can von talk so?"
said Mrs M., wuh a lugubrious expres-
OiUU Ul lilUU.
"Because," continued he; "I feel as if I
was most gone, and that I was just pass
ing away like a cloud before the rising
sun.
Mr. Melter verified
week by running away with a sympathis
ing s later.
MERCHANTS, ATTENTION.
yE ARE NOW PREPARED TO DO.
2? the shortest notice, and in thel stent una
moat fuhlookble atyl, all kinds of
Job Pointing,
8CCH AS
BILLS OV LADING;
DBA Y TICKETS;
AUCTION BILIS;
CHECKS;
BONDS;
DERPSj
PB0QBA.MMI8;
BILLS OF PARR
LETTER DEADS
MORTGAGES;
0IB0ULABS;
00UP0M8;
POLICIES;
POBTEBB;
CARD S;
BAlL.3El,OA.D
-an; 0"
ST EAMBOAVT WORK!,
u n i imi at Hommu '"WW
miN JISCO & CALDW. ELL
BUSINESS CARDS.
'-- TLJULUmmi.L. J1H A-.S
Six Cents a Week!
Pays for the Penny Press.
Ho, 11 West Four! h-gtrect.
HENRY DAVID,
No 278 MAIN-STREET
BETWEEN SIXTH AND SEVENTH,
MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER
Hoaps, Perfumerr, Fitnrr Goods, dke.,
Which I will sell cbenper tltnu any other place in
the city. You will And a lar,t asuortmeut of EX.
TBACTS at ii cont per l)ottl. oc.M
RICHARD KENNEDY,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
No. 1? Mtnte-Htreet, t'ol imbiis, Ohio.
- Agent for tho WEEKLY BOIENTJFIO ABT
1SAN. nrll-Rin
ALEXANDER J0HXSTO1T,
AUCTION AJ.D OOMMISsiXON MER
i HANT-S!es roomiSo 7 II at Third strcet
Wi.l attend to tint galea uf Ileal Satan-, IVrsoual
ProDA tv. Drv Oi.oda. FtrfrHwAi-n. 1-IMtH. Hiutta. SlliiHg.
Gruteries, luruiiuru, ac. ilavlnu procured tho
services of mumpouLt sl.?mnau, all busineoa will
meoi witli ditpauh and pnnnut returns. Cuab ad
vances um lo uu iiuods tor pnbllo Bales. C inaigu.
moots suliclted. Mefrr to mi irebauts generally.
locn ainj
RAILROAD HOTEL,,
(Fronting the Stean ,bot Lauding.)
Nortli-east Corner l(r jauwaj and Front.
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
B.F. LEVERING, Proprietor.
t l'7- .cm1
WO PROCUHB THK VKRY BEST
STExt ll, ,IA IlKINU PLATE
That can buiJ in tb city goto
13. IVI. POWERS,
Via Wiiluiit'Ht., r iet. Thi.-d mill Kourth,
lcit tiuor to ' lie Maaotiio Touipl.)
E il. P. liia llirwi D inl,.m km nrdod him fur the
twit work oc7-am
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
MlNLl'lCT JaCK8 A.SD DEII11 IN
FUR.NIIUtlE, CdAIRS, AND ALL
kinds of Jlo t'.fdsses uud Beddlug. at tho old
itaud, Siu. 136 8 u.muro-Mireet, eaat eide, beiwuot.
f ourtn ana v tb-srreera, wveutn store aoove
r'onrth itroet. t dlurcli i'l'ws llued unci cushioned.
ADordflo prom ptly attended to. ucl cm
ANDMSO N & HANNAFORD,Ajrcdltecl,
Mauchunt jr Building,
8. W. con ier Third and Sycnraore Rta.
jyi fJKiciNHATi, t;aio.
Book Binding
IN ALL K7H BR ANCIIRS, NO. 8 EAST
trourth-atreot, bet on Main aud r;camoro,Oin
citinatl.
"l.o-t)i!idl ns in ere ry style. Slush Books neat
ly aud durably bound. (J. UltOPPEB.
TJj '29.6ml
O. DE F'OREST,
Boob Binder a:id Phpcr Ruler,
Third utory Times Building, w.'Udo all work in hi
line with O'iatnesBand dis patch. jy28-ly
PCLLAN & WILLI AMdOK,
(At th old stand of Pullan, Huteld ft Brown,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS"
Ko. 53 WESI HBCOMO 8 T.,
0 tHOimiATIa
mm. TciLAH.formerlycf Fnllan, Hatn aid a Brown
wm. n . wilmahscn. lnj-a-ACW
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
i'A NUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET
ltA Rnrl Roller I rnn. Plow Wnl.i. Ballrnad Spikes
Etc. A Iso, Agonts tor the sale of 1 ronton Star X4alli
Wanro oma ho. 19 ICoat Second Ktreot. Cincinuat 1
unto.
mar A II kinds Iron wan e to order. uv
LHNSEI IT 1TL.
JAMES, TIES T
Ij. BYIj & CO..
(CLEANERS OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
J No. M Sixth-street, between Vina and Ra. w. In
the Mixlicnl College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
may laror us with their putrouago, can roly on pi mo
tnal ity and low prices. sipl-a V
DENTAL CARDS.
0. B 0NBAIL
I'nBAkb. n. A. HI
B0N5ALL Si SMITH,
H. A. SHITS
DENTISTS,
lie. 118 West Six th. street,
CIMOISKATI. icpl-cm
J. TAPT,
(Snocessor to Knowlton 4 Taft.)
DENTIST,
No. 30 Weat Pound St., bet. Wnlno t dc Vine
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
iep24
a. b. HAULM. n. B. CMI1B.
Ors. BAMIES & SMITH,
No. 3 Wen fourth U
S. WAHSLE.
J. SODOBTT.
DRS. WARBLE & DOUGHTY,
DBNTiaTiE
Oflloe No. 138 West Fourth street.
HINOINNATl.OHKi
H. S. WINSLOW,
DENTIST.
NO. 1S1 SYCAMORE STREET, DKLOW riTTB
MEDICAL CARDS
O1
R. J. WILSON'S Office, 6H West Potirth-
street, where he ma. he eonsiilteri Hallo fn !!
female Complaints, Inflammation of the Cerrlx,
ProlaDflilB Ctfrea. all disnliuiHmiiiit. nf Lhn Wnmh
Spinal and Cerebral a ff notions, and other orgaDlo dlt.
aaoacnoiinoD tn females. The Doctor's long exr.
Hence and recent discovory In (he treatment of the
jhove diseases, can not fall to nie entire sntlifaction:
The Doctor Is agent for a Kuropeau female monthly
Pill; price (1 and two stamps. aul6-3tn
R. 8..KEWT0S, M. D.
Office, 90 West Seventh Street,
eirwvait vine mv aoi.
ton
O. E. NEWTON, M. F).
Orrtoi N. W West Uerenth street, between Vine
,nd Baco. BesiDtNOE No. 03 Si'rcnth street, I
on Walnat and Vlue. Orrmi Hnuas 7X to 8X
j .l li '(. PM
SMOKED HALIBUT Some very nice
Smoked UaHhhtjnst received and for sale br
eea JOUN FKKGUSON, Cor. Oth and Vine,
NEW BUCKWHEAT Anotherlotof extra
Ane New Buckwheat, "real PennsvWnnln " juit
raoeWedandfor-alohy JOHN FKBQUSO,
oc'il Grocer, corner N tilth and Vine.
rTlEAS A large end well aaaorted ttook of
- ezira wraen ono uiaca Teas id s'nrs ana 10 w
isle by
joun rKKinsnv. '
oca
Cornr Ninth and Vine.
FRANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
rOUliDJif, . ALLIHON, Miawrlntandent,
PflntlngUerllonl 1 lode. h5 Viuwevt
SEWING MACHINES.
LADD, WEBSTER c CO.'S
LOCK STITCH
SEWINtt MACHINES,
80 West Fourth-street,
Vetweon Vine and Walnut-it rents, ClnolnuatL
Bend for a Olrctilnr. nr
REMOVAL.
WILTSEE BROTHERS,
-DEALKBS in-
"sroTJisrca-'
Improved Two-Threaded Lock-Stitch
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
$35, $30 and 35.
No. 82 Firtti-slreet,
WILL RKUOVIC, OUTOBEB 1, TO
No. (i West t'ourth-Btreet,
Over Bonne Smith's.
WAfrnnts wanted. Addrosa
V1I,TKE BHtlTUKRS, Aent,
ocl P. 0. Box 2,30, Cincinnati, 0.
$.10. $30. $30. $30.
MOORE'S
Thirty-Dollar Doable Lock-Stitch
FAMIMTOG MACHINES
SECURED BT BKCKNT LETTERS PATENT,
rpais MACHINE HAS BEEN PKO
JL NOCNCBD by nil competent Jiulnes who
tiaro set'41 it, to Ih- Ilie bfsl tttitl moiit doHU-iiiilt Fam
II) Sowing Machine over Introduced, rcf nrdlvM
of price, it will sen all kinds U lanniy xooils,
Irotu the very thickest lothevury finHatfubricstiiiide,
and uses all kindu uf thred, from No. to 200.
' Mo oil is u sl on toil of the .Machine.
Send lira circular, or - all and see It in operation.
Dpon eark application, Stute aud Count; RlRlitemay
be sRcitnii.
AneuiTgetic person can make a fortune In a short
time. AKonts wauled in all unsold territory.
II. V. Id HT II.N,
8( le aud exclusive acont for the Uuited States,
sepHfnit Ht West Fourth-Btreet. Cincinnati.
Sloat & Co."
i:uii U A t! II 1 1 E s ,
(KTITCHIN8 THE SAME ON BOTH
sides, tearing no rldga or chain, and impossible
to ravel. For speed, accuracy or ease of motion, the
Klllptic Machine Is without a rival,
tilnolnr.ntl. Office 94 Went Fourth arrcet.
sop2S
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES.
Pricei Beiuced to 95U, T5, SUOand 9125.
Mtecer'a w Knmlly Sewing Mnohlnei
The price of which Is only 850, Is a llnht and elegant
ly decorated Machine, cupatile of perfurming, in the
best style, all the sewing oi a private family.
Sinner's Tranttveren shuttle Maculae,
To be sold at ?7J, ! a Machine enti rely new in its ar
rangement; it Ib very beantllnl, moves rapidly and
very easily, and, for family uso and light manufac
turing purposes, is the vory best and cheapest Ma
chine ever offered to the public.
inaer's Mo. I Standnrd Shuttle Machine,
Formerly sold at 813ft, but now rednend to J 110, Is
known all over the world, Kvery sort of work can
be done with It.
Hlnoei-'s No. !i Standard Shuttle Machine,
This is tlm favorite mannfactnrini; Machine evory
where Price, with tablo complete, J 1 25.
MT Send for a Circular.
JAMES SKARDOM,
Agent for J. M. Hlngor St Co.
No. 8 Eaat Fourth street,
jeW-t CINCINNATI, 01110.
Wt B. DODDS,
Tormerlf ot Hall.DoUdii 4 Co.; late Vrban.Sbddi A Oo.
W. IS. Do&tU & Co.,
AHCTiCTDBKaS Of TBI
OONORETU
Fire and Burglar Proof
SAFES!
8. W. Corner of Vine St Second Streets.
This Is the most reliable FIRB AND BORGLA
PBUOF SAFE that is made In the United Statin, and
la warranted pel foctly free ironi damp. Can bo sold
at lower prices, and is of better workmanship than
oan be found elsewhere.
We have a largo assortment, on hand, and are de
termined to sell at pricei that cannot tail to please.
Old Safes
Takes In exchange. (SECOND HAND SAFEH at
wan en baud at extromoly low prices. ,
Q-as Fixtures,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
WE HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST
variety and best selected assortment cf Gas
1,'lvtnrRi in Cincinnati, conslitlna of all that Is new
0)- d eslrable In the Gas Fixture line.
WO warrant every r ixiure we son w ne sqnai, ooin
In material and finish, to any that isiold in this 0"
anf other market, and In addition will guaraut' i
them to retain their color and remain perfect for ave
years ft om the time they aro put up by ns.
Call, a ee, and examine nur stock,
MoHENRr A0AR80K.
Jy21-cm 162 Main street, near Fourth
ROOFING ! ROOFING!
THE OUTCALT ELASTIC ME
TALLIC HOOFING" is offered to the publlo
as the best and cheapsst Bletal Hoof now used, its
merits tested by an experince of years in this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
b uildings. No solder used listened securely with-
texpusiirnto the action of the elements.
p ejiar!d sh-et8, boxed forshipment to any part of
,'. Tnited States, can ho applied by any one with
nrrti!;. ry mechanical skill. Orders promptly Oiled.
OTd,,u CALDWELL CO,
lyia-tl H3 est Hecnnd street.
DR. AM'L SILBEE
ESpfpi ILLY TRBATS DISEA8E8 OF
THB 8K BHBBSATI8M, DISEASES OF
WOMEN and iich Chronic complaints as may be
beneflt'tert by the H"l and Atmopathlo system
of hli office. .
Vapor, Sulphnr, Xoitat Arl Mercury, Tnr
kith, ttnsslan and k Tectrohomlcal Baths, a DIs
pensary of Medicins.ai every manner of Electrit
and llagnetlo Apparatus.
NO. 67 WEST b 'WTH-8TBEET.
WT-Oflloa h .nrs A. M. t. ' P- M- anl-U1
B. KITTRED 6E & CO.
134 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI, 0.
KITREDGE & FO LJOM,
A St. Charles street, New Orleans, La.,
Importer of Guns Jk Snorting Apparatus,
1RD DC4LCUS IS OUR POWLB.
JEWELRY.
u. p. i; li as'
ITew Wholesale
WJTCfl & JEWELRY II01ISR
16 West Fourth Street.
Where oan be had every arttole appertaining to tht
Business at a much less price, for CASH, than
bas ever before been offered In this market,
GIVE US A CALL
And see for yoursolvft. ap it
WM. W H I T A K E Ft
JKWELERi
Mo. MX N. K. Cor, Fit Ih and Lodge streets, betwoe
Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati.
A good assortmentof HI LVKBand P LATED W ABA,
8FR0TA0L8, etc.. kept constantly on hand.
Hpeoial attention given to OleaDing and Bepairlnf
Watches and Jewel ry. my 111
BEGG8 4c 8MITUI, No. 6 West 4th St.
ARE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their larire assortment of Watches, Jowolry,
Bilverwareand Diamond i.
110
A One assortmfiit. of rbivrd Tea Sts and Cutlery
BdOpenGlMwe, M
INSURANCE,
BY STATE AUTHORITY,
Incorpoiated 1819. Charter Perpetual
tcTAa - v .ll,llhed In Cincinnati in lhl2S.an-
tedatini? e i present local Insurance Companies and
Agencies :n tlieliisurnnce biisiness In thiaclty. 33
yeurscim ant duty bere, combined with wealth, ex
perience, . n tc-rprine and lilwriility, cspoclally com
nwiid the AiTNA Insurance Company to the favora
ble patronage oi this communin sundina solitary
and olono the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of 1S'J3.
Losses cald In CinclnnotI ,t tiring past Five
Veara, 815U.034 '27.
Cash OapitaUftl.000,000.
lABSOLUTE AMD 1!N1MPAIRKD.J WITH A
SUKl'LUS K $1,U3U,13 WO.
And the pmstiue of 41) years success and experience,
INVESTMENTS Or
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARD OK I J,0(MI,000, l,MES
Have been paid by the iEma Iusurauce Company in
the past 10 years.
File and Inland Nnvicaiiun.-Klsks accepted
at tonus consistent with solvency aud iulr prohts.
Eapociul attention Riven to Iusurauce of Dwblliiigs
anil Con teut, for terms of 1 to. 1 s.
Application made to any duly athorlzed Agent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a lemt
fmotn lusuraui e bnslni'BS, this Company Is ennbli'd
to oiler both Indemuity for the past and securityfur
the I n tu re. I lb lei issued without delay by
J AS H. OA TKlt, Auont, No. 40 Slain street.
A. K. IATO .Assistant Aent.
U. K. tl ND EY, AKent 171 V ine street.
J..' UOOKB. , Aout. Kulton 17th Ward. and
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
I tai porta ii t I in i r o vemcmt!
WELLS' I TENT
WBtBHH ONLY 63 LDSI HI ANUF ACTUBKD,
WUULE.SALK AND DETAIL, BY
BEBETT & 0.,
jy 216 in Svoamoro atraet, helow Fifth.
HALL'jTlATIGiT.
Liij-ri-uiiKji a
v'v.i',li:A."r,j-'Aij:
rrlHK MOSTBGTjIABLG VIRES AKD
1. BUKGLAU l'UOOKSAFES.-Thcy havegiven
more satisl'HClion Hum imy other now In use.
Woonororuwaid ol OMK THOUSAND DOIj
LAR.K to any person thit can, up to the pi-estint
tin:e,showa singla inxtauco wiieroin thvy havefuilcd
to preserve their contents.
With tills SAFK we challenge all competition, ns
being tho host Tiro Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now minl; and are willing to
test with any establishment in the Union, and the
party failing Srst, to lorlWt to the other, tho sum
of 8:!,ooi.
We are prepared tofurnlsb a hotter Bafo, and at lest
coat, than any othor manufacturer in the United
States.
Pecond-band Safes uf other makeri, also on band.
Worospoctfullyinvlfolhepnblic to cull and exam
ine cor stock bef.irn puri-hr?lnu elsewhero.
If All L, CMtHOI.Ii CO
angl2-sy' N"t. tismi l"Fn (Viltinibla street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholio, and
ALL PALVS Vi THE STOMACH k EOWHS.
Made by CEO. H. LIGHT,
WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, OOJOLNNATT,
FOR BALK BY JOHN D. PARK, 8UIKK, ECK
STINK k CO., and Druggists generally. Order left
at Williamson & IlAVfitu), Wo. 41 Walnut street
will be attended to. anl3-toovl
GLASGOW AKD MEW YORK
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
STEAM TO OIiAHGG . .UVEHPOOL, BELFAST,
DUBLIN ANW LONDONDIIliBK
FOB
IEOM NEW TOBK.
Glasgow, Thomson, Wednesday, Ang. 24, at 12 noon
Eclinbiirab) Cuintaiug.. Wednesday, June 1, "
filnaaow, Thomson " July 6,"
EdlnburKh,Cumming,. " July27, 11
kom eueuow.
Bdlnhurahj Oumm(ng...Satnrday, Hay?,
(ilnagow, Tboniion... Wednesday, July II ,
Edinburgh, Uumming... " July 2.
Bales of Passage from New York, Philadelphia or
Boston, to Glasgow, Liverpool, Belfast, Dunlin or
Londonderry, lirst class, Stocruao, found with
an Hbuudance of proporlycooked provisions, ftjftfO.
An experienced Surgeon attached to each steamer.
No charge for mudiciues.
s'or Freight ur Passage, apply to
ang? KOHKHT (IRAIG. 17 Broadway.
M',91-,00 'BdHWl
stliiisod iijia nopnonddit no tuos uninoio jfjg
)ooi8 Biqinniog pun MOJ-aJaiseAY uog -j
"00 2? HUMVH 'AV. A
q)OK)8tiiioti 'SJuil'ind uoa 'oniDHj intus -ejan
unj j.ipuu pus joddn nioq ('pio ibho) B.imuj.j - t
hohi ojsohis ni dn xni 'sazis n V
'siIIM pnB moo
I. X. L.
b-i tj si t h. r .
AFTER MANY YEARS OF PRACTICAL
experience in tho art ot Mustard-making, tbr
proprietors oiler the above brand of Mustard to the
public, guaranteeing It a strictly pure article, manu
factured from the best quality of seeil,carelully ne
leotedwitb the design of producing a Mustard HUPK
ftlOB IN FLAVOR AND PUNQKNCI TO ANY
NOW IN USE. We have no hesitation In sayinr
that all lovera of good Mustard will find the I. X. b
to be that which they so frequently fail f obtain,
MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTARD.
sWOrdors promptly filled.
HARRISON & "WILSON,
Jez4 9f nml 101 Wulnut-mreet.
ITloney! JTBoney! iTJoiiey!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
Removed froro SO West Hixlb-atreet.
MONEY LOANED ON WATCHKS, JEW
ELRY and all kitrds of Merchandise, at lov
rates of interest, at No. 173 Vlna-il raM, betweei
Fourth and Filth. 'Mi
At the Old Established Stand,
81 BAST FIFTH, BET. HAIN AND SYOAWOKV.
IUAVB A LAUGH AND DESlKABLl
ih.'ck of Roiisehfilo and Offlce Furniture, botl
new and second hand, consisting of fine bedstoadr
mfasand parlor chairs, Brussels and Ingrain carpet'
oil-cloth, cutlery, etc. A Hue assortment of coun
tors, shelving, office desks and stools, etc. Also, i
tock of biiiuird tables, pianos, extra marble-toi
counters and tables on hand and for sale low.
aepTOamt WM. OARTHH, Proprietor.
J. J. CUTLER'S
Excelsior Fluid inks.
Manufactory, 39 Vine St. Si
ILLIAN DISNEY, ATTORNEY
AT LAWi Chase Buildings, No, 6 Bait Th I. d
itreet, topt-ay
a w iff
ri'Wl
RAILROADS.
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
RAILROAD
DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THE
Js? Sixth-street Depot. -
Trains run through to Indianapolis, Lima, San
dusky and Cleveland without, cbauga of cars.
Through Tickets for all Kasteru, Western, North
ern and North-western citing,
tl A. ,U EXPREMH TRAIN fOoInmbns time,
which is eovon minutes faster than Cincinnati) Kor
Cleveland and Pittsburg, via Delaware, makes closo
connection at Crestline for Pittsburg, Baltimore,
Philadelphia and New York: and at Cleveland for
Dunkirk, Buffalo, Bost 'n and New York. Also, con
nects at Duyton with L-tyton and Michigan Road for
Troy, Plqua, Sidnoy, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Toledo at 3:30, Detroit
at 6:00, and Chicago at 7:2u P. M., Quincy and Oalona
at 7 A. M. Also, at Dayton with Greenville and Miami
Koad,for Greeuvllle, Union, Winchester and Jluu.
cie. Also, conuectsat Ulchmnnd with Indiana Cen
tral Road, for Indianapolis, Lafeyette, ' 'bicago, Terrs
Haute, St. Louis, and all Western cit :S. Also, at
Uichmond with Cincinnati and Chicago Road, for
Anderion. Rokomo uud I'm u. Also, connecta with
Junction Railroad at Hamilton for Oxford.
HA. M. BIAIL TRAIN For Duyton, Spring
field and Sandusky Connects at Sandusky with
BTBiAMKR for DETROIT: at UltlfANAforCOLUM
BUS; at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wavnoaud Chi
cago Road, Host and Wost; at Clyde with C.and To.
leilo Road tor Cleveland and Bunulo, Tolodo, Detroit
Chicago. This train also connects at DELA
WARE with the C, C. & 0. Road for Cleveland aud
points Kai.1; alsoconnects at Hamilton with Junction
Railroad for Oxford.
4i30 P. M. TRAIN For Dayton, Bnringflem
and Snudueky Connects at Forest with Pittsburg, '
Fort Wayne and Chicago Road, Kast and West: at
Clyde with C. and Toledo Road for Cleveland ang Buf
falo, Toledo, Detroit aud Chicago. Also, connects at
Richmond for Indianapolis, Terre Haute, St. Louie
and Chicago. Also, connects with Junction Railioud
at Hamilton for Oxford.
(i P. ill . T HA IN For Dayton. Troy, PIgna, Sid
ney, Limn, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wayne and Chi.
cage, reaching Chicago at 8 A. M.
frtf" The (i an.l 8 A. M. traim connect at Cleveland
with straniura fur Buffalo.
For further Information and Tickets, apply at the
Ticket oflices-Bortli-nut corner Front anil Broad
way; No. KW ftainut-stredl, ni-ar Gibson House: at
the now Ticket Office, 0'i tlio west aide cf Vlne-stroet,
between Poatotilce and Utii net llouse; at the VaIun
Street House, or at tho 8u lb street Depot.
rsulft D. Mol.j UKN, SiitMTlnl.ondent.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trams Daily.
IHKEE TIIROIMIJ EXPKESS TRAINS.
First Tialu-No. 1 Kiptvsi.ate A.M.. connects via
t)olnmbuBaud01evelamf,U(k)lumbus, Crestline aud
Pitlaburgh, via Coluivbtl, Hieubenville aud PitU
burgh, DolroltvlaCleveiaudaud stvamer. This Train
itops, lietoen O'iiieiunall and Coluiubus, at Love,
land, Deertield, Morrow. Xenia, Cedarvllle, South
Charleston, Lonuuu anil West Jollerson,
Second Train- No. 2 Kxpress, at 8:3(1 A. M connects
via Columbus, Deilair and llenwnod; Wheeling; via
Oolumbiw,rteubenrlllend Pittsburg: vis Columbus,
Ureatltiio and Pittuburg: ,! Coliiuilms aud Clevo.
land; Detroit , via Cleveland and steamer; White Snl.
phur Station, via Spriugflold. This Train stops b
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, at Plainville, Mil
lord, Ulaniiville, Loveland. Doerllold, Morrow, Cot
win, Spring Valley, Xeniaand London.
Third Traiu Accommodation, at :40 P. M fur
(lolunibUB and Sprlngflalil.
Kotti th Train Hicht Expreus.at 11:30 P. M.; cos
necte viaOoltinibus, Bellair and llenwood; W heeling,
via Columbus, Steuboiiville and Pittsburg; via Co
Inmbus, Crestline and rittsburg: via Columbus and
Cleveland. This train stops at Loveland, Morrow,
THIs'lf RAIN I'OIuloa BLiBPINU CARS ON
of cars 1CI,res", nron11 to Cleveland without change,
No. 2 Express, through to Wheeliaaw)thoal ekauM
of cars.
The NIGHT EXPBE8M Train leaving CInclnnaii
at Il:5 P. al.,runs daily, oxoopt SATURDAYS. The
other Trains ruu daily, except SUNDAYS,
For allinfonaatlon.and through Tickets to Ros.
ton, Now York. Philadelphia, Baltimoro, Wanning.
ton, Buffalo. Niagara Falls. Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, WheolluB. and all the Eastern places,
apply at the Offices, Walnut Street House, No. 1 Bur.
not Homo, south -cant cornor ol Broadway and Ifiuit
streets, and at the K intern Depot,
Trains run by Columbus tirue, which a Baveu mln
ntcs faster thn Clucinuaii time.
,t ,., J. DTJRAND, Sat.
Omnibr.jea calt.for paaiwngorB by leaviug uirecHoa
at the Ticket Ouices. niyl7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE NORTHWEST,
AND THE NORTHWEST, VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Only Che Ckav.ge of Van between Oincmnaii
aud CMcituo.
Throe PassongerTrulnsleavefjinoliinotldaily, from
the lout of Mill and Front stronta.
fl:W A. M. Chicago Mall arrives at Indianapolis at
I0:3ii A. M.; Chicago at 7:25 1'. M. This train con
aects with all night trains out of Chicago, for the
w est and North-west.
12:1)0 M. Terre Haute and Lavlayette Accommoda
tion arrives nt Indianapolis, ut A.iio P. M roakiug
direct connections at Indianapolis will Torre Until
Iraips and Imlianapolii and Lafayette trains fT
Decatur, Springbeld, Naples, Cuim-y, Hanuilwlmid
6t. Jomph; also with fern trains for Peru, Ft.Wayo
aud Toledo.
6:00 P.M. ChicaRO Express arrives at Indianapolu)
at 10:30 P. M. Chicago at 7:411 A.M. Making close
connections at Chicago with all morning truinaout
of Chicago. This traiu connects at Indinnapoilt
with Terre Haute trains for all points West and
Northwest.
Sleeping cais are attached tc all tho ulght trains,
ou this lino, and run through to Chicago without
change of can.
This is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with faveruble and reliable arrangements
with all connecting roads thioiiKhout the entire
West, guarantees nnusnnl care and the amplest He
commodntionstothe patrons ot this line.
" Be snre you are in the right tii'kot office before
yon purchase yonr tiokets, anii ask ior tickets via
Lawrencebvrg and lndlaiiapoli.
Fare tne sumo as by any other route. Baggape
checked through.
TH ROUGH TICKKT8, Rood until used, can bo ob
tained at tho ticket oRlcec, at Spenoor House Corner,
north-east corner Uroadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net Uonse Corner; at the Walnut-street Honse, aud
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on Front street, whore
all necessary Information may bo had.
CmnibuwM ran to and from taoh train, and w
call foi passengers at all hotels and all parts of the
city, bj leaving address at either office.
W. Yl. L. NOBLE,
mylO Oeneral Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
TJSBUE HACTB,
BT. LOUTS,
LAFAYK TTB,
CHICAGO,
L0OANSP0BT,
PEUU.
FORT WAYNE.
: WO DAI L f THRO CCH TRAINS leaveSixth stroet
Depot, at 6 A. H. and :3II P. M.
A. M.-f NDIANAPOLI8, S'l . LOUIS 4 OUIGA
GO FAST BXPRK88. Throughdirect, making olose
jonnentlons for all other Western and Nortli-nestern
points. Thii Train also connects at Richmond with
; Cincinnati and Chicago tioads, for Anderson, Koko.
uio Logansport, and al I point! on Wabash Valley
"4:3(1 P.' M.INDIANAP0L1B,' CHICAGO A ST.
, f.OUISNIORT KX.PHKK8.-'t'he above Traim make
:lose connections at Iudiauanoliti,LafayottoandChl
I .ago, with Trains for Terre Haute, Sprluglleld, Bock
! Island, Ualesburg, Kenosha, Lal'rosso, Jacksonville,
l Oanvltle. Burliugtou, Mllwaukoii, Mattoon, Naples,
i dalena, Quincy, Prairie du Chlon, Pnna, Peoria,
: Dunlelth, Rauiiie, Decatur, Hloomington, Jollet, La
i Salle, St. Paul, and all towns aud cities in the North
west.
, -Throngb Tickets given anil Baggage ohecked
through.
For further Information and Thronrli Pickets, ap.
ely to Ticket Oflices, noi'tb-vast corner ol Front and
. Uroadway; No. 16V W'nlnut stm t. nonr Fonrtb; at
inuth-east comer of Fnnrth and Vino street, or at
;he Blxth-street Dopot. i t hi
D. M. MORROW, .pna.'.'trb.Ttd.mt.
Omnibuses will cull for passeng T y iouving thetr
1 lomas at either of the Ticket Oil,.,
i 138 W. H. it H, Agent.
OANDY I CANDY
(Buccoanor to Mnns AOc,).'
t Haunfaetnrers ami Wholesale. Dealers
i " -IN-
1 FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
10 MAIN 8TREKT, CINCINNATI
myu
OINE GERMAN CIGARSI FINE UEr".
MANCIOARSI-.lohn Bates has jnst received
,i1ti,nsi very snporlor Clsars. wlilch he will sell low
for cash at NATIONAL TflKATKIl BUILDING,
' oew . Hycamoie-itroei.
! BJI.AYINO CARDSI 1-LA YlNQCARljy
.ohn Bawl lias just received twenty gums
upwior Wnyi 1,1 Cards. Fim.y VIII, Bh-ailihont.
I WlTt?WQ Sjtiajuore-street. 0slU

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