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T HE! PHE S S.
WEDNESDAY..
mux
NOVEMBER
GOOD NIGHT.
GoodSlghtr-ehl bo; h hour I 111,
m Which severs those It should unit.
Let as remain together till.
Then It will be Ocos HiqhtI
Bow can I rail the log night good.
Tho' thy sweet wilhes wing it flight?
Be It net uid; thought, understood,
Then it will be Good HiohtI
To hearts which near each other more,
From evenieg olose to morning light,
The night is good; beoeuss, mi lore,
They nerer at, Good Niaaif
SHELLEY.
Washington's First Lovb. A cores
pondent of the 'Century," in giving some
reminiscences of the old country seat
called "The Cottage," in Hanover County,
Virginia, relates the following acoount
of Gen. Washington a proposal for the
hand of Mary Cary, and his' rejection by
her father
Her father was Wilson Cary, Esq., of
veio, m mo uouncy ot Jilizabetn
City, descended from the noble family of
huubuud, in x.ngiana. Jiis relatiyo,
Colonel Archibald Cary, of Ampthith, in
Chesterfield, was, at his death, the heir
apparent to the Earldom. The worthy
old gentleman seems, from all we know
of him, to hare been as proud as the Cou
cys or the Somersets, and to have thought
Ms family the noblest in the land. He
t. , ''."reat 8ta'-, with chariot and
lived . veitandmbroidery
horses, plate ftnu TW . m BatiflJ d
a worthy of the old Bo-101? J ;:
with the "order of things,- eT6
serenely the good gifts of ProWa
His beautiful danghter was a great htJ
ess, and had many suitors, x ne one nere
alluded to was a young man of very high
character, a relative of George William
Fairfax, Esq., who lived in Belvoir, on
the Potomac; and here he met with Miss
Cary, who came to visit Mrs. Fairfax, her
eldest sister. He at onoe prooeeded to
fall in love, which he did with an ardor
characteristic of his nature. -
When Miss Cary went back" home to
"Celeys," on James Eiver, he followed her
like a courageous gallant, and laid open
siege to the fair fortress. In the good
old times, however, something more was
necessary than the consent of the young
lady, and so the youth duly asked a
private interview with the old lord of the
manor, who listened to him silently
throughout. When the lover had finished,
Mr. Cary arose, made him a low bow,
and said that if this was young Mr.
Washington's errand at "Celey's, his
visit had better terminate-his 'daughter
had been accustomed to ride in her own
chariot"- And with this allusion to the
poor condition of the younger son, the in
terview terminated' Younz Washington
bowed and turned away, ana in due time
married the young widow, Martha Dand
ridge Custis, who "resembled Miss Cary,"
says an authority, "as much as one sister
over did another."
The old tradition does not end here.
Many years fled away Mary Cary was
Mr 6. Ambler, and her discarded suitor
was the man who had just reeeived the
sword of Cornwailis at Yorktown, whom the
whole civilized word hailed as the greatest
among the great "the foremost man,"
notonly in America, but of "all the world,"
He passed through the old metropolis,
Williamsburg, at the head of his victorious
troops, and the people were almost crazy
with joy and adoTatiort The vast multi
tude nearly prevented his horse from pro
ceeding; the calm statue on horseback
passed on serenely. All at onoe he per
ceived at a window, or in trie crowd, nis
old love, Mary Cary, He raised his sword
and saluted her profoundly. She fainted.
But it docs not seem that the lovely
woman was to blame. She had not been
able to return the affection of the youth
that was alL She married him who won
her heart, Edward Ambler. He was not
unworthy of this noble lady in rank or
character. He was descended through
his mother from the great Huguenot house
of La Roche Jaluclino, in Vendee, and
inherited tho honest instincts of his race.
At twelve years of age he had been sent for
his education to England. He graduated
at Cambridge, and then made a grand tour
of Europe, returning to Virginia when he
was twenty-one. He was married to Miss
Cary soon afterward; beoame collector of
York; and was so much respected that
whon Lord Bottetort came to Virginia as
Governor he brought a letter of introduc
tion to the collector. He died at thirty
live; and the Bevolutionary war breaking
out soon afterward, his beautiful widow
moved away from the scene oi her grief,
and took refuge in tho "Cottage," far up
in Hanover.
Sic Transit. Belvoir the seat of the
Fairfaxes spoken of above, was on the
bank of the Fotomao, three, four, or five
miles below Mount Vernon. The only
remains now of that fine residence is a low
mound of broken mouldering bricks, cov
ered over with wild vines.
Cousinino. A country gentleman vis
ited the city, and immediately repaired
to the house of a relative, a lady who
had married a merchant The parties
were glad to see him and invited him to
make their house his home, (as he had
declared his intention of remaining in the
city but a day or two.) The husband,
anxious to show attention to a relative
and friend of his wife, took the gentle
man's horse to a livery-stable in the neigh
borhood. Having staid eleven days, in
stead of two, the country gentleman
went to the stable and orderd his horse to
be got ready. The bill was of course
presented. .
"Oh," said the" gentleman, "Mr. ,
my relative, will pay this."
"Very good, sir," said the stable keeper;
"please to get an order from Mr. ,
it will be the same as the money."
The. horse was put up again, and down
went the country gentleman to Long
Wharf, on whioh the merchant kept
"Woll," sai(l,he. "I am going now."
"Are yon?" said the merchant
"Well," about the horse; the man says
the bill must te paid for his keeping.
"Woll, I suppose that is all right sir."
"Yes well, lbut you know that I am
your wife's cousin. ,
"Yes said the merchant "I know
you are; but jour horse is not I
. little girl returning froa ohurch.
whore a strange minister had officiated,
said: .' - ' -
"Mother, I wish Mr. W hadn't
' preached to lay; he ain't a good preacher
Jike Mr a .
"Why notr asked mother. '
"tooause he talks so loud. I couldn't
go to Bleep. Mr, B lets me sleep
all the time! "
The Utility of Refuse Things.
9
The prussiate of potash is made in large
quantities in Cincinnati, from hoofs, horns,
and other refuse of slaughtered gran
tors. .
Cow hairs taken from the hides in tan
neries is employed for making plastering
mortar, to give it a sort of fibrous quality.
Sawdust is daily sold in onr streets for
sprinkling the floors of markets. It is
also used for packing ice for shipment.
, The race sold of worn-out shirtinc.
oalioo dresses and the waste of cotton fac
tories, are emnloved to make the naner
upon whioh these lines are printed.
Old ropes are oonvertod into fine note
paper, and the waste paper itself whieh
is picked up in the gutters of our streets
is again reconverted ' into broad, white
sheets, and thus does duty in revolving
stages.
Thep arings of skins and hides, and the
ears of cows, oalves and sheep; are oare
faliv oolleoted and converted into Peter
Cooper's famous glue, made out at "Old
Bushwiok."
The finer qualities of gelatine are made
from ivoty raspings the bones and ten
dons of animals.
Bones converted into charcoal by roast
ing in retorts are afterward employed
for purifying the white sugar with which
we sweeten our coffee, &c. . .
The ammonia obtained from the dis
tillation of coal in making gas. is em
ployed fer saturating orchill and cudbear
in mailing me ceauuiui mao colore mac
are dyed on sun and tne nne woollen
goods.
Carbonic aoid obtained in the distilla
tion of ooal tar, is employed with other
acids, to produce beautiful yellow colors
on silk an d wool . .
The sha vings of cedar wood used in
the ovo of codar wood
Brass filing 1 and old brass kettles are
remelted ana employed to make the brass
work of printing presses and pumps.
Uid copper son m uie rjon
struction of splena id bronze ohandeiiers
for illuminating ot'r churches and, the
mansions of the wea Ithy.
Old horse Bhoe nails are employed to
make the famous steel nd twist barrels
of fowling pieces
Coal tar 18 burned and xnade liito lamp
black, used for printers' ink, common
black paint, and blacking for shoes, &o.
The cast off gauze dressoa of Parisian
belles are purchased for a mere wong, and
sent to the West India Island s, where
they perform a second duty in decorating
tne sable aaugnters oi uie nop ics.
Oyster shells are burned in kilns and
afterward mod in making cements, their
Scientific American.
"Father, I want jou to buy me a
nun " "A nun, niiuei wnai. are you
going to do with a gun?" Oh, I am going
to ngnt i ommy .fay; ne says o uy imho
loves him bettor than she does uie! '
SIX CENTS
Will pay for the Press
ONE WEEK.
Church Directory.
llaptlst. First Baptist Church, North side Court,
betweun Mound and Cutter.
High Street Baptist Church, iast of City Water
Ninth Street Baptist Church, South aids Ninth,
between Vine and Bace.
freeman Street Baptist Church, freeman, near
foetof Fifth street. ,... ,
Welsh Baptist Church, North side Harrison.
Baker Street Baptist Church, (colored,) South aide
Burnet, between Walnut and Vine.
Third Street Baptiet Church, (colored,) South aide
Third, between .Race and Elm.
Christian. First Christian Church, Longworth,
botween Western How ewd John.
I'onarearational. First Orthodox Congrega
tional Church, North aide Seventh, between Wester
Bow and John.
Second Orthodox Congregational Church.Bastside
Vine, between Eighth and Ninth.
Welsh Conirenational Church, West Bide Lawrence.
between Third and Fourth. ... .
Disciple ot (MirlHt.-cunsuan unurcn.aoutn.
west corner Walnut and Eighth.
Ch rlstian 0hurch,8ixth, betweonSmith and Mound,
Christian Church, between T. P. 13 and 14, Fulton.
Christian Church, (colored,) North tide Harrison.
Frlendo.-First Friends (Orthodox,) Filth, be
tween Western Bow and John.
First Frienda (Hicksite,) Fifth, between Western
Bow and John.
JewiahSynasjouaos. HolrCongrogntlon, Chil
dren of Israel, South-east corner tiixth and Broad
war. Hoi r Congregation, Children of Jeshurun, Lodge,
between Fifth and Sixth.
Holy Congregation of United Brethren, Bace, be
tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
Polish Congregation of the K, K. Adat. Israel,
corner Walnut and Fifth.
Hhearith Israel, corner of Seventh and Walnnt.
IMnthndiat KulHfoiml. East Cincinnati Dis
trict. VVenley Chapel, North aide Fifth, between
Sycamore and Broadway.
nintn mreei unapei is now cnimu lriuuj.
Asbury Chapel, South side Webster, between Main
and Sycamore.
SIcKendrie Chapel, (Seventeenth Ward,) Front
street.
Wist Cikothhati District. Morris Obapel, Wert
side Plum-street, between Front and Columbia.
Christie Chapel, North aide Court, between Mound
and Cutter.
Carr-street Chapel, west side of Carr-street, be
tween Eighth-street and Humilton and Dayton
Ballroad Depot.
Kaner Chapel. West aide Kim, North of Vindlay.
Park Street Cnapei, South-west corner Park and
Longwortb.
York Street Chapel, South-west corner Baymiller
and York.
Findlav Chanel. SoutbaldeCllntou. between Gutter
and Linn.
Union Chanel, North aide Seventh, between Plum
and Western Bow.
Methodist Protestant. First Methodist Fret
estant Ch'u-cb. Sixth, between Vine and Bace.
Second Methodist Protestant Church, Elm, be.
tween Fifteenth and Liberty.
George Btreet cnurcn, ueorge, between cutter and
Linn.
Not Jerusalem. Temole.Lonsworth. between
Bace and Elm.
Preabrwrlan Old ScHooL.-Flrst Presbyterian
Church, irourth, between Main and Walnut.
Fourth Presbyterian Church, North aids High
street, near Fulton line.
Fifth Presb.rterian Church, South west corner of
John and Clark.
Seventh Presbyterian unurcn, westsiue Broadway,
between Fourth and Fifth.
Central Presbyterian Church, North-west corner
Ban-and Mound.
Ninth Presbyterian Church, Cutter, between Clin
ton and Betts.
Presbyterian New Bob-col. Second Presbyte
rian Church, South aids FoorUi, brtween Tine and
Bace.
Third Presbyterian Chorsh, South-west corner
Ponrth and John.
Eighth Presbyterian Ohorih, eleventh, between
Linn andUaymlller.
Tabernacle Presbyterian Okrch,corner John and
Protestant Episcopal. Chrtot'sChurcb.North
aide Fourth, between Dreamers an4 Broadwar.
St, Paul's Church, South side Fourth, between
Main and Walnut.
St. John'a Ohurch, South-east corner Plum and
Seventh.
Trinity ennren, corner renaieton ana iiiDeuy.
. (In
Churrfi of the Advent.f nobulldiaff.) Walnut
iii
mils.
Church of the Atonement, corner itlcbmond and
I hitter
Church of the Redemption, Clintobetwren West
ern Bow and John. .
Roman Catholln. St. Angustlnes, Bank street.
St. Peter's Cathedral, South-west cornor Plum and
Eighth. ...
St. Francis Xavler'a, West aide Sycamore between
Sixth and Seventh.
St. Patrick's, North-east corner Third and Mill.
St. Michael's West side of Milloreek.
Christ's Chnrch, Fulton.
Holy Trinity, South side Fifth, between Smith and
Park.
St. Mary's, Sonth-east corner Jackson and Thir
teenth. . .
St. Paul's, Sonth-east corner Spring and Abigail.
St. John Baptist, corner BremeA And Green .
St. Joseph, South-east corner Man and Laurel.
St. Pbllomene, North side Pearl, between Pikeand
Butler.
St. Thomas, West side Sycamore, between Fifth
and Sixth. . ;
i Unitarian. First Unitarian Ohurch, Sooth-west
corner Fourth end Bace.
VntTeraallaU-rirst Unlvoriallst Chnrsh, Em
Side Plum, between Fourth and Fifth.
Second Vaiveraallst Chares), soraer Sixth and
Monna.
f- : 0,'' ,ii ., :. , ':
BUSINESS CARDS
Six Cents a Week!
i '
Pays for the Penny Press.
No, 14 West Fourth-street.
HENRY DAVID,
No. 278 MAIN-STREET
BETWEEN BIITH ADD SEVENTH,
jJANUFACTUKEB AND IMPORTER
Soaps, Perfomery, Fancy Goods oVc,
Which I will sell cheaper than any other place In
the city. Ton will And a large assortment of EX.
TBA0T8 t 25 cents per bottle. pels
RICHARD KENNEDY
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
No. IT State-atreet, Colarabas, Ohio,
T Agent for the WEEKLY SCIENTIFIC ABT
I8AN. cell-am
RAILROAD HOTEL,
(Fronting the Steamboat Landing.) .
North-east Corner Broadway aud Front.
OINCINSATI, OHIO.
. F. LEVEEING, Proprietor.
oc7-cm
FllO PROCURE THE VERT BEST
STENCIL MARKING PLATE ...
That can be made In the city go to
m. m. 3PO "W JU.H.J3,
l'itt Walnut-st., bet. Third and Fourth,
i Next door to the Masonio Temple.)
'. has three Diplomas awarded him for the
best work oc7-am
Book Binding
IN ALL IT9 BRANCHES, NO. 8 EAST
Fourth-street, between Main andBreamore, Cin
cinnati. sr Ae-blndlng In every style. Musi v Books neat.
ly and durably bound. u. vnurrc.
fjy-6m1
D. DE FOREST,
Book Binder aud Paper Ruler,
Third story Tines Building, will do all work In hi
line with neatness and dispatch. jy28-lr
ALEXANDER JOHNSTON,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MER-CUANT-Sales-rooms
No. 7 East Third. street-
will attend to the sales of Heal estate, rereonal
Property, Pry Goods, Hardware, Hats, Boots, Shoes,
Groceries, Furniture, Ac. Having procured the
services of a competent salesman, all business will
meet with diepatch and prompt returns. Cash ad
vances made on goods for public sales. Consign
ments solicited. Befer to merchants generally. ,
locH-am) j
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
HANurACTuazas axd dialies in
FURNITURE, -CHAIRS, AND ALL
kinda of Mattresses and Bedding, at the old
stand, Mo. 136 Sycamore-street, east side, between
Fourth and Fifth-streets, seventh store above
Fourth-street. Church Fews lined and cushioned.
All orders promptly attended to. , ocl-cm
ANDERSON 4 HANNAFORDjArchltectj
Manchester Building,
8. W. eorner Third and Sycaiuoro ata.,
jyl CINCINNATI, OHIO.
PUIXAN dc WIIX1AM40N,
(At the old stand of Pnllan, Hatfield A Brown,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS"
Mo. U WEST SECOND ST.,
oiaoinum;
jmiph pullan. formerly of Fullsn, Hatfield a Brown
WM. n Williamson. mrW-AUW
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
ANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET
and Boiler Iron, Flow Blabs, Ballroad Spikes
iKentsiortnesaieoi x ronton tar nails
Warerooma No. it East Second Street, Clncinnat I
Ohio.
swam Etnas iron mane ro oner.
ICS
LECMDEBT BTL. - JAMM TIBET
L. BYL & CO.,
CLEANERS OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. 99 Hixth-street. between Vine and Ram. in
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
may favor us with their patronage, can rely on punc
tuality and low prices. sepl-ay
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
134 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI, 0.
KITREDQE &FOLSOM.
55 Bt. Charles street, Mew Orleans, La.,
Importers or U ansae Hportlac Apparatus,
AMD 0EALIB8 IK ODN FOWOIB. '
Js J. BUTLER'S
Excelsior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory, 39 viue St. 14
DENTAL CARDS.
0. PONSALL. H. A. SMITH
BON3ALL 4V SMITH,
DENTISTS,
No. 118 West 8lx th-at reet,
CINCINNATI. Stpl-cm
J. TAFT, ,
(Baooeasor to Knowlton A Taft.)
DENTIST,
No. 3tt West Fourth Bt., bet. Walnut fc Vina
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
aep2
f. b. HAMUU.
a. SHOT.
UK. llAMHIiJS bJOiill,
DENTISTS,
No. 3 Wett Fourth St. - a
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1. BOVOBTT.
DRS. WABDLE & DOUGHTY,
DENTISTS,
Offioo No. 138 West Fourth ittvet,
CINtllNNATI.OHlO
MEDICAL CARDS.
MEDICAL.
DR. J. WILSON'S Office, 58 Wait Fourth
street, where he may be consulted dally for all
Female Complaints, Inflammation of the Cervix,
Prolapsus Uteres, all displacements of the Womb,
Spinal and Cerebral affections, and other organiodls-
comraon to females. The Doctor', lnnff tiw.
rienoe and recent discovery in the treatment of the
above diseases, can not fall to give entire satisfaction.
The Doctor is agent for a European Female monthly
Fill; price $1 and two stamps. aul-3m -
B. 8. NEWTON. M. D.
Offloe, 90 Weit Seventh Stmt,
irrwBig ma ii not.
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Orrios Ne. M West Seventh street, between Tin
and Bace. Bseinrsos-No. M Bev.ntb street, bo
ween Walnut and Vine, Omen Hocu 7)i. to M
A, H. 1 to Vi P. H.l i to t. H. " ?.
. . . . - ,. ..- ;-,. ' !
SEWING MACHINES.
; Patent improved Novelty
FAMILY. ''.'1',-
SEWING MACHINES!
-''''-Prices'' of ' :'
MACIIIIVE8,
.mo; 07, sno.
TREADLE MACHINES,
........ tlO, 916, 920. , ,.,a '.
fllHE "NOVEITY" HAS NOW BE-
M. COMB one of the permanent and valuable Ma
chines of the day. The recent PBEMIDMs and
DIPLOMAS awarded to us at several of the late
TAIBSheldln
INDIANA, ILLINOIS AND MICHIGAN,
And the large demand In OHIO, Is a sure evldenoe
of the appreciation of the merits of the " Novelty."
The Increasing demand has induced us to enlarge
our manufacturing department, which will now ena
ble us to mi all orders promptly.
Bales-room and General Depot, 46 Sixth-street.
SWT AGEHT8 WANTED.
ocaaw JS. E. UCGGIN9, General Agent.
LADD, WEBSTER oe CO.'S
LOOK STITCH .
SEVTINO MACHINES,
80 West FoTirtlvstreet,
Between Vine ana Walnut-streets, Cincinnati.
aW Bend for a Circular. sot,
REMOVAL;
1 .1).
WILTS EE DR0THER8,
-D1AUCBS IN- ' ' '
YOUNO'S
Improved Two-Threaded look-Stitch
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
, S95, 30 and 83J5.
No. 82 Fifth-street,
Willi BEHOVE, OOTOBEB 1, TO
No. 6 West Fourth-street,
1 Over Begga A Smith's,
s Agents wanted. Address " '
, W1LTSEK BROTHERS, Agesttsj,
ocl P. 0. Box 2,309, Cincinnati. O.
$30. V $30. ! $30. $30.
TMrtj-Dollar Double lock-Stitoh
FJMILYSEWlNGMCniNES
BECDRED BT BEOKNT LETTERS PATENT.'
THIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO
NOCNUED by all competent Judges, who
have seen It, to be tne best and most desirable Fam
ily Sewing Machine ever introduced, rosardless
01 price. 11 win sew an Minos or lamuy goods,
from the very thickest to the very flneatfabricsmade,
and uses all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 2U0.
No oil la need on top of the Machine. '
Bend for a circular, or call and see It in operation.
Cpon early application, State and County Bights may
be secured.
An eaergetlo person can make a fortune In a short
ume. Agents wan tea in ail unsoia territory.
, , , U. C. BDRTMAN,
8c le and exoluelve agen t for the United Urates,
sepUfmt N West Fourth-street, Cincinnati.
Slqat&Co.
sb wim machines,
GTITCHINGi THE SAME ON BOTH
sides, leaving no ridge or chain, and Impossible
to ravel. For speed, accuracy or ease of motion, the
Elliptic Machine is without a rival.
' Cincinnati, Offloe 34 West Fourth street.
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Wi B. D0DD8,
Formerly of Hall.Dodos A Co.; late Vrban.Dodds A Oo.
W. II. Dodds & Co.,
t MAJrcritTTUxiu or tbi .
OONOIIETID
Fire ' and Burglar Prool
ft, W. Corner of Vine 4c Second Streets.
This Is the most reliable FIKH AND BUROT.A
PROOF SAFB that la made In the United States.and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower vricee. and Is of better workinanahlB than
oan be fonnd elsewhere, v . :
We hare a large assortment on hand, and are de
termined to sell at prices that cannot fail to please.
Old Safes
Taken In exohange. BKOOND-HAND BATES al
ways on hand at extremely low prices. VIH
G-as Fixtures,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
WE HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST
vsrietv and beat selected iMnrbiuiiii nf flu
.UiHim iuumuiuintivvuNiuuHgi ii .lUHUBeW
or desirable in the Gas Fixture line.
w e warrant every fix ture we sell to be aortal, both
In material and finish, to any that Is sold in thlao
any other market, and In addition will guaranty,
them to retain their color and nunain perfect tor ays
years from the time they are pm lip by us.
vaii, see, ana examine our stocK,
MoHEHBT A OABBOH.
jyai-cm ' 11 12 Main street, near Fourth
ROOFING! ROOFING!
THE OUTCAST EIiASTIC ME.
TALLIO HOOFING" is offered to the pnblie
as the best and cheapest Metal Roof now used, its
merits tested by an experience of years 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.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part of
the United States, can be annlied br anv on. with
ordinary mechanical skill. )rderspromptly filled.
.UALVWJSlil, a cu,
)yl-tf 1M West Second street.
DR. SWh SILSBEE
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
THE SKIN, RHEUMATISM, DISEASES OF
WOMEN, and such Chronio complaints as may be
benefitted by the Hrgyenlo and Atmopathlo system
of bis office. ,' i
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenic, Mercury, Tur.
klsb, Bussian and Electro -Ohemtcal Baths, a Sis
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of Electrio
and&lagnetlo Apparatus.
NO. 67 WEST BIXTH-BTBEET.
BWSfflee h.nrs A. M. to (I P. M ; a n 19-tf
JEWELEY.
R. P. EL1AS
. Hew Wholesale -
WATCn&JEWELMUOVSB
16 West Fourth Street.
Where oan be had every article appertaining to tho
Business at a maeh leas price, for CASH, than
has ever before been offered In this market.
GIVE US A CALL"
And see for yourselves. aU
WM. WH I TAKER.
. JBWBLBK,
Ho. MX N. Cor. Fifth and lodge streets, betweO
Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati.
A good assortment of HI L VKB and PLATED WABB.
HPBCTACLB, etc., kept constantly on hand.
Special attention given to Cleaning and Be pairing
Watohes and Jewelry. . aaylO
BEGGS SMITH, No. West 4th St.
ABE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watches, Jewelry.
BUverwar. and Diamonds.
- AlOO i
A flue assnrtment of Plated Tea Batf and Cutlery
and Opera Olasses. xM
WILLIAM DISNEY, ATTORNEY
AT LAW, Ohass Buildings, Ho, 6 East Third,
street... tepO-a
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INSURANCE.
BT STATE AUTHORITY.
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Incorporated 181 9. Charter Perpetual
rears convtant dntv here, combined with wealth, as.
perience, enterprise and liberality, especially com
mend the TNA Insurance Company to the favora
ble patronage of this lommiiuiar standingsolltary
and alone, the sole suwivor and living pioneer of
vincinnau underwriters oi iKga. .
Lomoo paldlnClnrlnuntl ilurkis past Five
xears, idti,i34
Cash apitalSl.000,000.
ABSOLUTE AND tlNIMPAlRKD.I WITH A
sIIRPLUs Of 1, 030,423 80.
Ana the prestige or 40 years success and experience.
INTKflTalKKTg OP : i , ,
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OF li,0n0,000,I,O88K8
Have been paid by tbe AStna Insurance Company In
the past 40 years.
Fir and Inland Navigation. Bisks accepted
at terms consistent with solvency and fair profits.
Xspeolal attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms of 1 to Ay a.
Application made to any duly .athorlaed Agent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
imate Inssranoe bnalness, this Oompahy is enabled,
tooffer both indemnity for the past and security for
thefntnre. P Holes issued without delay by
JAB H, OAtlTEB, Agent, He. 40 Main street
A. F. I'ATO J.Asslstaut Agent. , . .,,
H. K. LIND BY, Agent 171 Vine street. " J
J.J. H00K1 (.Agent. Fulton. 17th Ward. ' an6
t TO, HOUSEKEEPERS. V'
liuportant Iiuprovemcitt!
FOLDpfRIlllIlTRESS
WEIGHS ONLY. 63 LBS! MANUFACTTJBED,
WHOLESALE AND BETA1L, BT
BENNETT & CO.,
Jyill-am ' - Hvcnmore street, below. Fifth.
HALL'S PATENT.
TIIEMOSTKELIABLEKIREAND
BUBflLAB PROOF SAFES.-Tliey have given
more satisfaction than any other now in use.
We offer a reward of ON K THOUSAND DOIj
I.AKH to any person that caii,np to the present
time,ahowa single instance wheroin they have failed
to preserve their contents.
with thlaSAFH we challenge all competition, as
being tho best Flro Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Bnrglar Proof now made; and aro willing to
test with any establishment in the Union, and the
party failing first, to forfeit to the othor, the sum
of $2,000.
Weare prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer in the United
Btates.
Soeond-hand Safes of other makers, also on hand.
Werespectfnlly invite the public to call and exam
ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
BALL, OAHKOLL A 00.,
aagl&ayt Hos. 15 and 17 East Columbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX.
Cholera, Bilious Cholio, and .
ALL PAINS LV THE STOMACH k BOWSLS.
' ffltaAo fcy GEO. 8. LIGHT,
WHOLESALE DRCOQIST, ODfOTHHATI.
VOn HAT.K 11V .K1I1M Tt V&niT RTTTPS .'wnir
KT1MUAIU1 n...nla. nA....All..
at Willi aubon A HATriKLU, Ho. 41 Walnut street-
win oe attenaea to. aul3-toorl
GLASGOW AND NEW YORK
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
BTEAM TO GLASQO w .LIVEBPOOL, BELFAST,
iiUBLin ANr LONDOHDEBBX
. MVH tf30.
i laosi aw tobi. .
3laow, Thomson, Wednesday, Aug.31, at 12 noon
jvuinunran, vuiuming..
liliiMgow, Thomson
n.uinuiirgn,uiiinniin(.,neanvsuay,jiinei,
. JlllVB. "
aainourcBiUiunming,
'f'viV July 27,
raon obisoow. , . :
Edinburgh, 0unirulng...8atnrclay, May? ' ' . ;
Olaaaow, Thomson... Wednesday, July 2 .
Kdinburgh, Camming... " .. JnlyJ. 1 . .
Bates of Tassage rrora New Tork, Phlladolphla or
Anevnerlennfid HnraMkn atljuihral in iuu:h .Immb.
Ho charge for medicines. . . . , .. .
rot rrelgntor passage, apply to
ap27 BOBEBT CltAia. 17 Broadway.
eSirisod una aono(dd .no taes usituuio .
r4r)g-iqnittiorj pao Jtoi-njBjsoAi uop 'n
"00 a? HHMVH 'JA "AV.
' ' Jon; pus uSaa eiqsjjoj os 'Haineg
qioinguniog -aioiiMj jnoiji 'seuiqjeur innia -saeu
-uoj jepun pnv jeddn qjoq ('pnos um) sooiej r
N01I BN0HI8 HI &Q. Ifld 'S3ZIS TT V'
; sniHpaejpuijTjjoo ;
Suimoji pun SuipniJo iaMa " I
; Money! iTloney! Money! j
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
Kemovedfrons SO West sixth-street.
MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
ELBY and all kinds of Merchandise, at tow
rates of interest, at Mo. 173 Vine-street, between
Fourth and Filth. . , 244
O AND Y ! OAN DY
XX. : S3. OXjiZI.XX, "
(Bucoeawrto Mnti AOs,).'
Mtuafactareii and WholesaleJDealirt
"" ' ' -in- " '
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIM STREET, CINCINNATI
' : mylT
EXTRA WIIITE WHEAT FI.0TJK.-I
have just received a lot of the very best Flonr
coming to this market. 1 have been selling it for
soma time, and it has given entire satisfaction. De
livered to any part of The city free of charge.
JOHS FKUOUSON. Orocer,
ocM ' - Corner Ninth and Vine-streets,
LD'MOOHA AND JAVA COFFEE. A
very line article of Moeha and Java Coffee, put
n 2-lb. cans by Frisuy A Setpheus, and war-
TU-. WV"M I.mH'L.ULI Ullivtir, '
' Corner Ninth and Vine-streets. '
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OLD WINES AND BRANDIES. I have
now on hand a stock of fine "Old Liquors,"
not to be surpassed by any in this city, comprising
Otanl, Hnnessey and ether French Brandies; Port,
Sherry, Madeira and Catawba Wines, and seme very
fine old Scotch, Irish and Bourbon Whiskies.
JOBN FEBO0S0N. Qrooer, 1
029 , Corner of Ninth and Vlne-streeU,
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RAILROADS.
Commencing May 22, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
' Vtrpmmg-iim i i sJmii si '
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD.
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
'' THBOUOH WITHOUT CHANGE OF OAKS.
Two Daily Trains tor Vinoennee, Cairo and It..
LoulB,at9:U0A. M.. and 8:30 P. M. ! . . .. 7
Three Daily Trains for Louisville, at 8:00 A. M
J;(I0P. M., and 8:30 P. M. .. . , - ,
One Train for Evansville at 8:30 P. M.
Tlie Trains connect at St. Louis for all points In
KansaBand Mebraska, Hannibal, Qninoy and Keo.
kuk; nt St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vicksburg.
One Through Train on Sunday at 8:30 P. M. " '
KrruaNma Fast Line Leaves East St. Louis,
Bundays excepted, at 6:50 A, 1L, arriving at Olnciu.
natl at 10:10 P. M.
Bxrar.KS Tbain Leaves East St. Louis dally at 2:40
P. M., arriving at Cincinnati at 0:48 A. M.
,
iron thiiuuoh thjukth
To all points West and South, please apply at the
oIlici'H, Walunt-atreet House, between sixth and
Suvouth-streeta, Mo. 1 Burnet House, corner office,
north-west cornor of Front and Broadway, Spencer
House Oflico, aud at the Depot, corner Front and M ill.
tiro... ... n. minimum i, unit , DUjpeilllieuaoni. '
OmnibuHes call for paesengors. oc2 '
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
mm
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
srwrtTTi niir.v fru a rue r o a w nv
M? Sixth-street Depot.
Trains run through to Indianapolis, Lima, Ran
dusky and Clevefand without obaugo of cars, .
Through Tickets for all K as tern, Western, North
ent and North-western cities.
6 A. III. KXl'lt KHH TUAIN(Columbnstlm,
which is seven minutes faster than Olnoinnatl) For "
Cleveland and Pittsburg, via Delaware, makes oloso
connection at Crostliue for Pittsburg, Baltimore.
Philadelphia and Mow York; aud at Cleveland for
Dunkirk, Buffalo, Bostm and Mew York. Also, con
nects tt Dayton with Djrtou and Michigan Boad for
Troy, Pique, Sidney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort
Wayne and Chicago, reach lug Toledo at 3:80, Detroit
, at :00,ahd Chicago at7:30P.MoUuiucy and Galena
at 7 A SI. Also) at Dayton with Ureenviilsand Miami
Boad .for Greenville, Union, Winchester aud Men.
cie. Also, connects at Bichmond with Indiana Cen
tral Road, for Indianapolis, Lafeyette,(lhioago, Terra
Haute, St. Louis, anil all Western cities. Also, at
Bichmond with Cincinnati aud Chicago Boad, for
Anderson, Kokome and Peru. Also, connects with
Junction Ballroad at Hamilton for Oxford.
5 A. IH. MAIL TllAlN-For Dayton, Spring
field and Saudusky Conuects at Sandusky with
STEAMER for DETROIT: at UKBANAlorOOLUftl
BOS; at Forest with Pittsburg. Fort Wayneand Chi
cago Boad, East and Wost; at Clyde with 0. and To.
ledo Buad lor Cleveland aud Buffalo, Toledo, Detroit
and Chicago. This train also connects at DELA
WAKE with the C, 0. a 0. Boad for Clevoland and
points East; also connects at Hamilton with Junction
Ballroad for Oxford.
4i0 I'. It I. TltAIN-For Dayton, Springfield
and BelleiontAins: Connects at Bichmond for ln
dinnapolis, Terra Hants, St. Louis and Chicago.
AUo, connects with Junction Ballroad at Hamilton
forOxford.
6 P. IH. TRAIN For Dayton, Troy, Plqna, Sid
ney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wayne and Chi
csro, reaching Chicago at 8 A. M.
Xsr Tho A and 8 A. SI. trains connect at Cleveland
with steamers for Buffalo.
For further information and Tickets, apply at the
Ticket offices north-east corner Front and Broad
way; No. 16 Walnut-streot, near Gibson House; at
the new Ticket Office, on the west sidecf Vine-street, .
botween PostoMce and Tttunet House; at the Walnnf
Street Home, or at the Sixth-street Depot. . i
ail 16 D. MnLABEN. Superintendent.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Train No. 1 Ixpiosi.at 6 A. M connects via
Columbus and Cleveland, v la Columbus, Crestline and
Pittsburgh, via Columbus, Stenbonville and Pitts
burgh, DetroitvlaClevelaadaud steamer. This Train
stops, between Cincinnati and Columbus, at Love,
land, Deertteld, Morrow, Xenia, Cedarvllle, fciouth
Charleston, London and West Jefferson.
Second Train No. a Eipress, at 8:30 A.M., connects
via Columbus, bellnir and Uenwocxl; Wheeling; via
Colnmbns,StubenvilleandPittsburg: via Columbus, ,
Crestline and Pittsburg: via Columbus and Cleve
land; Detroit, via Cleveland and steamer: White Snl.
nhur Station, via Springfield.. This Train stops be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, at Plainvllle, Mil.
ford, Miami villn, Lovelaud, Deerfield, Morrow, Cor.
win, Spring Valley, Xenia and London.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:40 F. H for
Columbus and Springnold.
Fourth Train-Kight Kxpress, at 11:30 P. M.; oon
nects vtaColumbus, Bellair and Bonwood; Wheeling)
via uominnui), Bleutienviiie ana rutsuurg; via Co
Inmbna, Crestline and Pittsburg: via Columbus and .
Cleveland. This train stops at Loveland, Morrow,
Crwin Xenia and London. SLEEPING CABS ON
Mo. 1 Expreasi through to Cleveland wlthoatchansi
of cars. - -
Wo. 2 Express, through to Wheeling without change
of cars.
The NIGI1T EXPBKS8 Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:30 P. M.,rnns daily, except SATURDAYS. The
other Trains run daily , exoopt SUN DA YS.
For all information, and Through Tickets to Bos
ton, Mew York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing-
. 11. XIIn...... Ulln ' l....l.l-l. '.II
tun. uiiu.iv. i.ii.ki.11. faun. irmiiiiK, vievvinuu,
Pittsburg, Wlieellng. and all the Eastern places,
apply at tho Offices, Walnut Btreet Ilouse, No. 1 Bur
net House, sonth-east cornor ot Broadway and Front
streets, and at the Kastern Depot.
trains run oy uoiuuwiustiuies wnicnis seven nun'
utes faster than Cincinnati time.
J. D IT BAND, Bnp't.
Omnibuses eallforpsgseDgera by leaving direction
at the Ticket Offices. myl7
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.
OMy On Change of (Jan between Cincinnati
r v and Chicago.
Three PassongerTrainsleaveClnolnnatldallv. froia
the foot of Mill and Front streets.
:60 A. m. 4Jiiicago mail arrives at I ndlanapolls at
10:311 A. M, Cbicseo at 7:26 1'. M. This train oon.
neots with all night traiusontof Chicago, for the
West and North-west.
13:ti0 M- Terre Haute and Lavfarette Accommoda
tion arrives at Indianapolis, at 6:U0 P. M., making
direct connections at Indianapolis with Torre Haute
Trains and Indianapolis and Latayette trains for
Decatur, Springfield, Maples, Oulncy, Hannibal and
Bt. Josvph; also with Peru trains for Peru, Ft.Wayne
and Toll do. i .
6:00 P.M. Chicago Kxpress arrives at Indianapolis
at 10:30 P. M.; 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 points West and
Northwest.
Bleoninc cars are attached to all the nlcht trnl".
on this line, and run through to Chicago witbom
chance of cars.
This is exoiusrveiy a western and North-western
route, and with faverable aud reliable arrangements
with all connection roads throughout the entire
West, guarantees unusual care and I he amplest ao
eommottatioui to the patrons ot this line.
a" Bo sure yen are in the right ticket office before
yon purchase your tlcksta, and ask for tickets via
Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
. Fare the aama as br anv other roiita. RaffffAf a
cheeked through. . ,
TH110UOU T1CKKT8, good until need, can be ob
tallied at tbe ticket offices, at Spencer Bouse Corner,
uorth-east corner Broadwar aad Front; No. 1 Bur
net Bouse Corner; at the Walant-street House, and
at Depot ofllce, foot of Mill, on Front street, where
all necessary Information may be had.
Omnlbuates run to and front each train, and w
call foi passengers at all hotels and all parts of tho
city, b leaving address at either office.
W. H. L. NOBLE,
mylO - General Ticket Agent
Cincinnati, Richmond &
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INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
ffS Koutefor
TKUUK HAUTE, - t
BX. LOUIS, ...
LAFAYI'CTE. '
- - CHICAGO,
J ' : IiOOANSPOBT,
' , . .... , . .:. ,, PEBU,
FORT WATNI.
TWO DAlIiYTHBOTJQH TBAINS leaveStxth street
I)ant. t A A M .nil l-ln P M
A. M.-INDIAN ArOLIS, ST. LOUIS A OHIOA. .
OO FAST KXI'BKBH. Through direct, making close
connections for allotlier Western and North-western
points. This Train also connects at Bichmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Beads, tor Anderson, Xoko.
mo. Loganaport, and all points on Wabash Valley .
:nr0p.'M.-iirDTA!!APOLIB, OHIOAGp A BT.
LOOIH NIGHT BIPBE8B. The above Trains make
olose connections at Indianapolis, Lafayotte and Chi.
cago, with Trainafor Terre Haute, Springfleld, Bock
Island, tialssbarg, Kenosha, La Crosse, Jacksonville,
Galena, tlylnoy, PrairU .dn Chien, Pana, Peoria, .
Dunleith.Hacine, Decatur, Bloonington, Jollet, La
Balls, Bt. Paul, and all towns and oi ties In tbe North
"sksTThrotigh Tickets' given and Baggage .becked
Forfurther Information and Thronith 'Tickets, ap.
Jiy to TloK.svmcre. noi-wMjasi evruer oi .r roni ana
(road war No. 160 Walnut street, near Fonrth; at
south-east corner of Fourth and Viae street, or at
'
IBDUUI.Hmii.put. i.i
...i,. D. B. MOBBOW, nporlvteudont.
Omnibuses will call for paaseng yi by iauving theif
at either of the IVkat 09 i
names ees.
, us , W. KlMIXJI, Aunt.
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