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THE PRESS.
THURSDAY
, NOYEMBBH, 3
HYMN OF TRUST.
BY OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES.
0 Lova Divine, that I looped to share
Our sharpest Pn, our bitterest tsar,
On thee we out mod earth-born care, ,
. We milet pain while Thou art nsar I
Though long th weary way w tread,
Ana sorrowscrown each lingering year,
No path w ahun, no darkness dread,
Oar hearts still whispering, Thonart near!
When drooping pleasure tnrn to grief,
And trembling faith li ohan ged to fear.
The murmuring, wind, the quivering leaf,
8ha 11 oftly tell ue, Thou art near I .
On Thee we fling oar burdening woe,
OLove Divine, forever dear,
Content to Buffer, while we know,
Living and dying, Thou art near.
-Atlantle Monthly.
BY OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES. Tracing a Pedigree.
Some men are boastful of their ances
try, while others are entirely devoid of all
pride of birth, and have no more respect
for the genealogioal table of ; their fore
fathers than they have for Poor Rich
ard's Almanac. The late John Ran
dolph, of Roanoke, used to assert his be
lief that he was descended from the cele
brated Indian Princess, Pooahontas, but
it is not known that he ever established
his claim to that distinction.
Many years ago there lived in a near
State a young gentleman who took it into
his head that, like John Randolph, he
was of Indian' descent, though, unlike
John, he did not know exactly the tribe
to which his forefathers belonged. The
idea was a perfect monomania with him,
notwithstanding the efforts of his friends
to convince him of the folly of his preten
sions, to say nothing of the absurdity
of them, even if they oould be estab
lished. The favorite notion, however,
could not be eradicated from his mind,
and he promised his friends that he would
one day convince them that he was right
in his claims.
Having heard that a deputation . of In
dians were at Washington, on a visit to
their cveat Father, the President, he
promptly repaired to that city, and ar
ranging with the gentleman who had
them in charge, his friends in the city
were surprised to receive an invitation to
awompany him on a visit to the Red Men,
before whom he proposed to verify his
favorite pretensions. The party met as
requested, and found the Indians sitting
on the floor, smoking their pipes and
manifesting but little appreciation of the
honor of the visit ..
: Having arranged his friends at a re
spectful distance from the aged chief,
who still regarded the visitors with stolid
indifference, the young man stepped bold
ly from the center, and presuming that it
would require some show of energy to
arouse the chiefs from their apparent ap
athy, he placed his hand on his breast,
end said with great fearlessness:
"Me -Indian Long time ago! "
The Chief, who was not skilled in talk
ing Euglish, took his pipe from his
mouth, but evinoed no emotion whatever.
The speaker then thinking that a more
violent gesture and a louder tone would be
necessary, struck his hand upon his
breaBt with muoh force, and said in a
louder tone :
"Yes me Indian long time ago!
L Without moving- muscle of his face,
the old Chief slowly arose from his sitting
posture, and turned his eagle eye on the
speaker. His friends say that the Chief
evidently understood, or at least appeared
to understand, the meaning of the speeoh
addressed to him, and they gazed intently
on the solemn proceeding. Thevoung
man bore the searching glance of the In
dian without emotion. All felt that the
"time had come.",
Moving sufficiently olose to the speaker,
the Chief raised his hand, and carefully
taking a lock of the young man's hair
between his finger and thumb, gentlv
rubbed it between them for a moment All
stood breathless. Quietly withdrawing
his hand, the Chief uttered the slight pe
culiar Indian grunt, and said : " Nig."
This altogether unexpected denouement
ended the interview, and the discomfited
descendant of the Tommyhawks retired
with his friendsthe latter roaring with
laughter, and the former filled, with a
most sovereign contempt for his degen
erate Indian relations. '
Aeguments for tbs feiBLt There are
four grand arguments for the truth of the
Bible. The first is the miracles on reoord;
the second the prophecies; the third the
goodness of the doctrine; the fourth the
moral character- of the penmen. The
miraoles flow from Divine power; the
prophecies from Divine understanding;
' the excellence of the doctrine, from Divine
. goodness; the moral character of the pen
men; from Divine purity. ' Thus, Chris
tianity is built upon these four immoveable
pillars the power, the understanding,
the goodness, the purity of God. The
Bible must be one of these things; either
an invention of good men, or good angels;
or bad men or bad angels, or a revelation
from God. But it could not be the inven
tion of good men, . or angels; for they
neither would nor oould make a book tell
ing lies, at the same time saying, "Thus
L nuith the Lord," when they knew it all to
be their inventioa ' It oould not be the
invention of wicked men, or devils, for
" they oould not make a book wnion oom
. rounds all duty, which forbids all sin, and
which condems their soul to all eternity.
' The conclusion is irresistible the Bible
; must ; be given by Divine inspiration.
Bishop Simpson. i . : , ; :
' " 0" A very amusing scene ocoured at the
' Philadelphia Academy of Musio a few
V TUiiiu. ....... v. J C
" seemed to be enjoying a pleasant chat,
when all at once, the lovely daughter of
" Eve inquired, "Who's that with Kate
- in the proscenium box?" and, before giv
ing her adoring friend time to answer, she
'r added ;"If I couldn't scare up a better look
ing man I'd go without oner YWhy", ex--:
claimed the gentleman,' at the' same time
- looking rather red in the face, "that's my
- brother!" . Laughingly rejoined the lady
; "well, one of my brothers isn't half as
goodlookingl"... : .;.'... i-wV
''"iS-A little ten year old stub and twist
' - bov. with a flair, of trace fluttering from
hie rear, was up in the municipal court
esraruay, aun it ni suegeBiea inai ne
a sworn as a witness. The judsre calline
him up, said, "My little man, do you know
HIO UIIWJ1V V WWW. ' , W W 1 V. T DU ,
said the juvenile, as he rolled up his eyes
to the ceiling.' He was not sworn. . . ,
feirThe Frenchman's story seems to
me expressive. One morning the eabiiv
boy came for his boots., "Boots L feebly
sounded from the berth. "Ah sare, you
Buy take ivmif T hall rant sem nevare
more.,' -
fan Tsia SnuKv A nreaoher of the
Methodist Church was traveling in one of
the baok settlements, and stopped at a
carjin where an old lady reoeivedhim
very kindly. 'After setting provision be
fore him,- she began to question him:
"Stranger, where mought you lie from?"
"Madam' I reside in Shelby County, Ken
tucky.',' Wall, stranger, hope no offense,
bat what moucht vou be doin' way up
here?" "Madam,, I am searshing for
the lost sheep of the house of Israel.
".Tnhn .TnJiml" ahnnrjvi tha nld ladv. "noma
Iiam m Iibm', o ifantlamftn
all the ray from Shelbjr County, Ky.. a
hunting stock, and I'll just bet my life
tnat tangle-Haired old Diacit ram intus
been in our lot last, week is one of his'nl"
friend, alluding to the recent
European war, -was arguing, says the
Buffalo Commercial, that the world, in
stead of growLnit better and better.
was on the re trogade constantly aug
menting its stock of wickedness. " His
remarks vera answered by a Christian
full of hope, arguing that the time is not
far distant when peace and good will
shall reign supreme when the lionnd
the lamb shall lie down together. The
other, not fully appreciating the feelings
and hopes of his friend, remarked;
"The time may-' come when the lion and
the lamb shall lie down together; "but,"
he added as a clincher, "you'll find, in
that event, the; lamb is inside of the lion!"
JgrShe "makes a note" of things, does
Mrs. Spinnet Wishing to purchase a
pocket diary, she stepped into a book
seller's, and inquired of the olerk, "Pray,
sir, tell me, have you the diar-ree for this
year and the ncixt to come?" The olerk
"weakened."
MISCELLANEOUS.
If ADAME ELLI.'!, M. D., HAS FOUND
XvJL at l int juet what the Ladle have Imig needed
and looked tor in vain, t tin Uterine Elixir.
Tim Uterine Elixir in warranted to oiire all dia
eft of a Cterimi Nature; Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kidneys, th Ovaries, aud the Orathra
Prolapsus or bulling of t be Woiub, Tainlul Menetru,
atloiiiUhloroBiu, Amenoi Tbea; intact, a perfect cure
i Kuarrnrteeil ly t he us B of troni two to Ave bottle!
of the Elixir, cf any lls(ut whatever of the Gener
ative ami Urinary Orgeaia, of male i r female, uj
matter of how leugstau' ling. Trice L per Buttle.
Ma'lame BLUIS calie particular atte utiuo to the
following Hard of one of iSne moat prominent Drag
guitu of Cincinnati.
TOTUK fVBLIVaRD THE liACIU IN PaBTICDLAB.
We, the uuderaigiied, are not in the hul.it of ihviuk
our name to Patent Medici nea; bat knowing well the
Lly Phyaloian.'Bnd the ni edicine called the Utsrim
Elixir, we cheerfmly recommend it to all females
suffering from Female Dlaeasea of any kind; it 1k
purely vegetable, and In no case can lo Injury; we
ear to all try, and our word for it, you will find re
lief. -. r. O.HIIIj, UriiKKlst.
epW t ."Oorneyimfthandliace-itreeti."
AMADAME ELLIS'S iTpAiaSH SIMU
1VI LATIMO COCGH AND MV ER BALSAM
euro,, without fail, pains in the iirwwt, Back,
Side or Lluiba: (Joughe, I'oltla, lloa raeueaa, Di IH
oultv ol Breathing, lliadach, Klatulency, Heart
burn. Uhrouic BbeuBiatiaai, Billioiia (Jholio, Cramp
Uliollc, Griping Paine of the Bo,el, Dullnese,
Stupor, juactlvlty, Loae of Appetite , and in Pain
ful JUeua.truatiou it in a certain tare, and given
immediate1 relief. In any of the" above dlse.aee
it will give rt'llef in twenty miuutea, and a perma
nent cure by the uae of two butties'. OnlySOceuta
per Dotue-so t uoy 0I?lS,rylr'"u!1 can get u.
N. B. For a.'e by D. HILL. D ruggiat, corner
ot Baca ana rHti w'r"i v. rjm, corner ol
Fourth and Walnv.; JUIBB. ECKSTEIN A Oo.,
corner Vine and Fo.arjhi JOHN DiaKSuN, comer
of John ani Sixth; ,fh BE1N LE IN, corner ol
cigntn ana rreeman. 1BU, obk du uan
I'.lij oorner of Main and fourth; and Madame
ELLIS, 24 Eaat Fourth. aep27.ay
PATENT MACHINE-MADE PAPER
BAGS, for Grocers, Druggiate, Tea Dealera and
others, made from extra quality of Wra,opiug, Ma
nil la and White 'lea Paper. ,
200,(M No. 1 Wrapping and Manila; .
am.ouoNo. a "
2110,0011 No. 3
aw.oooNo. 4
200,000 No. 6
1100,010 No. a
ajo.oooNo.iu .
auo.ouuNo. 12 ' .
200,000 No. 15 ' "
200,000 No. 18 , "
200,000 No. 20 , .
200,000No.J4
2iii,000 No. 1 White Tea Bagi;
2O0,000No. 3 " . '". . ,
200,OOONo. 3 . " .
- The above are pot up In packages of 900 baoa each.
We are manufacturing from sixty to seventy-firs
thousand Bags per day.
NIXON 4 OHATFIELD,
Paper Bag Manufacturers,
And Wholesale Paper Dealers,
oca ' 77 and 79 walnut-street.
"r GLASGOW AMD NEW YORK
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
tUBAOt TO OLA8GO i. , LIVERPOOL, BELFAST,
DUBLIN AND LONDONDIBST
IfOB 830.
VB0M stiwxou. '
3liistovr,Thomon,Wedn6ay, Aug. 34,at 13 Boon
Ritinunrajh, Oumming., Wednesday, June 1, "
Ulasaow. Thomson " July, "
BdloEnrsjh, Gumming.. " - July27, "
' noM oiAfdow.
ridlnbarsThi Onmming-.Saturday, May?
glusgow, Thomson... Wednesday, July 2 .
dinbursih, Gumming.- " . July 2.
Bates of Passage from New York, Philadelphia or
Boston, to Glaagow, Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
Londonderry, flrat olass, 979. Steerage, found with
so abundance of properly-cooked provisions, $ tO.
Anexperieneed Surgeon attached to each etecuner.
noonarge tor mooioines.
For Freight or Pannage, apply to
P27
nupaax ujtfljt. i proan-sray.
OANDY ! O AND T
TEL. N. OTi ARK,
(Snoosssor to Umi 40o,)
Mnofartoreri and WboIesalegDealm
WUTE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
tO MAUf STREET, CINCIMNATI
mylT
7.0I-VOO
sdmss
elrstsod q)isv nonouad no ines ajsinsjin
i(g-i(icanoo pat Mu-va)w& 'wq "a
i h : if Ber0t PM SBOIgOJ SiqSJM J '-0 'UJOg
o;)oif) Initios 'sjix-mj tnoij 'aeuiour mmg -atiu
uoi xepan pn leaan n,oq ('pnoi ivk -saaiiuf -vv-
" itiifo pm anipnpo ,qLlod
Ittoneyt ltloney! Money !
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
itesaOTCd tnm 3tt West BUik-street,
ItVONXTLOANSDON WATCHBS.JEW-
-I'JLBLBT and all kinds of Marebandlss, at low
rates of interest, at Jio. 171 Vioa-streot, between
Fourth and gutn. X
,: :, AIEXAIfDES JOHNSTOli,
A UCTIOK AND COMMISSION MER
m DBANT Sales-roomaNo.T East Third atreet
Will attend to the sales of Real Hatafe, Personal
Property, Dry Goods, Hardware, Hats, Boots, Hhoea,
Groceries, Fnrnltnre, 4c. Having procured Die
services ot acompetent salesman, an Basinets will
meet with dlrmtch and nromet returns, (laah ad.
vauces made on goods for public sales. Consign
ments seuaiiea. , neier w mercnanw jreuerauy.
. , , locltam .
17IXTEA WHITK .'WHEAT FLOUR. I
JCsl lmvsust received a lot of the very beat Flour
coming to this market, I have been selling It for
soma time, and it ha given entire satisfaction. De
livered to any pan ins city iree ot onarge.
li an BTsnnoAv n
vorosr amin ana r iuesireets.
sfikLD MOCHA AND JAVA COFFEE. A
VF very tin article of Mocha and- ava Coffee, put
np in 3-lD. cans dj snsuy nmsiinss, ana war
ranted purs. - ; JOHN FERGUSON, Grocer.
oc29 " ' " Corner Ninth and Ylne-streels.
OLD WINES AND BRANDIES. I have
now trn hand a stock of Una Old Liquors,"
not to be surnaaaed by any la this oils, comprlnlng
utara, ueneseey ana einer srencu uranaieR, ron,.
BhefTf, Madeira and Oatawba Wines, ami soma very
nne oia ceoion, irisn sua conroon v DtKiee.
JOHN FKltUUriON, (irocer,
e29 Corner of Ninth and Vius-stietU,
BUSINESS QARDS'
Six Cents a Week!
Pays for the Penny Press.'
f M
.mil
IVo. 14 West Fourth-street.
HENRY DAVID, ,
No. 378 MAIN-STREET
BETWEEN SIXTH AND SETKNTH, r
jJANDFACTURER .AND IMPORTER
BoapH, Perfumnry, Fancy Goods, &e.
Which I will sell cheaper than any other place in
the city. Yon will find a large asaortment of EX.
TKACTa at 2 ccnta per bottle. QcU
RICHARD KENNEDY,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
No. 17 Stale-street, Colambsia, Ohio. . :
mr Agent for the WKKKLI DOIKNTIFIO AKT-
IsAN.
ooll-am
ItAlLROAD HOTEL,
(Fronting the steamboat Landing.) , .
NortU-eaiit Corner Broadway and Front,
OIMClNHiTI, OHIO.
E. F. LEVERING, Proprietor.
. uc7-cm
f10 PROCURE TEE - VERY BEST
That can be made In the city go to
33. 3-1. 3POVH3H.S,
UO Wnlnnt-at., bet. Third and fourth,
(Next door to the mksonio Temple.)
B. M. P. has three Diplomas awarded him for the
beet work
oo7-arn '
Book Binding-'
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, NO.' 8 EAST
Fnnrth-street, between Main andBrcamore, Cin
cinnati. - . .
stsr He-binding In every style. Unsh Books neat
ly and durably bound. 0. VBOPPEft.
rjy-ml
D. DE FOREST, X,
Bouk Binder and Paper, Rulers
Third story Times Building, will do all work In hi
line with aeatneaa and dispatch. , )y28-ly
WE MOREHOUSE & CO.,
MalTCr AOTCBXBS AMD SIAIIM IN
FURNITURE, CHAIRS, AND "ALL
kinds of Mattresses and Podding, at the old
stand. No. 139 Sycamore -street, east side, between
Fuurth and Fifth-streets, seventh store above
Fourth-street. Church, fews lined and cushioned.
All orders promptly attended to. . ocl-cm
4 NDERSON A HANNAPORD, Architect
CM. Manchester Bnildlug, -t . " r", ; -.
W. eoraer Third and Syonmore at.,
Jyl OIMOINNATI, OHIO, i
PLXX.AN dc WILD AJrWOW,
(At the old stand of Pollen, Hatfield Brows,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS"
He.ttWlBTBBOONOBT.1 :'t
,.,:- I,"-''' autonniAvu
mm POUAM, formerly of Fallan, Hatheld Brown
W.B. WILLIAMSON. pr2l-AOW
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
f ANUPACTURER3 OP SAB, SHEET
J-TA and Boiler Iron, Flow Slabs, Ballroad Spikes
Eto. Also, Agents for the aale of lronton Star Nails
Warerooms No. 19 last Beoond Street. Oinoinnat I
Ohio. '.'','
STA1I kinds iron mane to oraer. io
uaapiBTin, . ... ' JAa tinar
Ij. BYL SJ OO., .
CLEANERS OP SINKS AND VAULTS,
Nn. m Hivth-atreet. between Vina and Race. In
tha Medical College. Cincinnati. Ohio. Persona who
may favor us with their patronage, can rely on punc
tuality end low prices, sepl-ay
B. KITTEEDGE & CO.
134 MAIN 6TEEKT, CINCINNATI, 0. ,
KITREDGE &. FOLSOM, -
66 St. Charles street, New Orleans, La,,
Importera of Qnnasv Sporting Aaparataa,
AMD DIALBBS IR 8DK fOWDBB. '
Boots and Shoes Just Received.
J. H. DETERS,
No. S3 West Fourth-Street,
HAS JUST BECEIVED A SPLENDID
assortment of tbs renowned Philadelphia
BUOIS and SHOES, for men's wear. , Call and tee
them. ' ocjg
J. J. BUTLER'S
Excelsior ". Fluid Inks.
Manufactory, 39 Vine St. S4
DENTAL CARDS.
0. BONSALtt. A. natra
BONSALL tc SMITH,;,
DENTISTS, ; i
Rs, IIS Waat liti-ltraeti
CINCINNATI.
sepl-cui
(Suooessor to Knowlton A laft.)
':DENT.iST,:l
No. 30 West fourth St., bet. Walnut yin
, Cincinnati, Ohio.,.. ;;
' sepM , - ' .'
g. L. HAMLSK.
X3IJ3vrTIST3,
So. 3 Went Vvurth St.
178
nocauTi,
SilS. WABDLE & DOUGHTY,.
X E X T I S T S ,
' OJBow Nel IJ8 Wait Poorth gtreet, ' '
t'TVIYNNATf. OHIO ' I
MEDICAL CARDS.
DRa. WILSON", .
A GRADUATE ' OP EDINBORS. 6COT-
il LAND, and well known In this' city tor his
proieaaionai sain in tne treatment or frirate J'ta
eases of sither set. has removed hfa office f rosn No.
m Weat ronrth-itraet tn ha. ill Waltuit. lutlwann
Eighth and Ninth.. Tho Doctor, from tho earliest
periea 01 ui. s roicflsinoai career, nas maoe xnis most
imporiani urancn or iomkum nia exclusive ape
ciaiity, devoting all li la powers of mind and Um In
perfecting his treatment as far as tha Immenae nro-
areas in these dlaeaaee makea it desirable. Tha Doc
tor has also engaged an eminent and general prao-
uiKiior vi tuia oitr, wiin i waonsi ne may. consult,
with tbs ooneent of the satUmt, should the gravity
of the case demand It. Periona at rtl.tfanca ail.
drawing the Doctor for advice will pleas ineloas a
postage stamp. Aaoress. vk. . WILSON, . ,
no2n No 381 Valnnttreet, Oloclnnatl.
R. 8. NEWTON, M. Dr
i
Office,' 90 West Sepentb Street,'
!" ...'.,.' ' ' ' ' ' , 'l
v. lirvug ma aid suoa., MS
O. E. NEWTON, M.' , J.
wnot-na, . West sevsnth street, between ina
ead. Kaoa. Bisidimcs-No. h eleventh atrwt, b-
ween wainnt anq vine, unrica uotiBsr-jB, to. a.t
A,aidilNiAi.ai.iTwor,ai,
, SEWING MACHINES.'
Patent Improve telty v;
SEWING MACHINES!
:i Prices f,of':;.
n a rv D H A C H I N E s ,
TREADLE MACHINES;;
,. sio.sie.S2o. . ,.;.,;
fllttl!' "NOVELTT" "HAS NOW BE-
n JL COMB one of the permanent and valuable Ma
chines ef the day. The recent FBSUIUMs and
DIPLOMAH awarded to as at several of the late
fAlBSheldln ( , , ; . ,.
INDIANA, IXLINOIS AND MICHIGAN,
And the large demand id OHIO, hi an re evidence
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 All all orders promptly. ... .
8lw-room and General Depot, 40 Sixth-street,
' Sir AGINTS WANTED.
ec28aw E. K. HPCOIN3, general Agent.
LADD, WEBSTER of CO.'S
v, i ' LOCK STITCH , ,
, - ; SEWING' MACHINES, :
80 West Fourth-street,
Between Tine and Walnut-streets, Clnoinnatl,
sT- Send for a Circular. ' ' . Mis
REMOVAL.
WILTSEE BROTHERS,
YOUNG'S
Improved Two-Threaded Lock-Stitch
FAMILY SEWBTG MACHINE
; $35, $30 and $85.
No. 83 Finti-slreet,
WILli BEHOVE, OUT0BIB 1, TO
No. 6 West Fourth-street,
Over Begga Bmltb'a.
aWAgenta wanted. Address
WILT8EB BROTHBRH, Agents,
ool P. 0. Box 2,8119, Cincinnati, O.
$30. '; $30.
$0e . , $30.
9
Thirty-Dollar Doable loek-Stiteh
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES
' 8KOTJBXDBY RECENT LKTTEB8 PATENT.
THI6 MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO
NOUNCED by all competent jodaree, who
have aeea it, to be the beat and moat desirable Fam
ily Sewing Machine ever introduced, regardleHS
a( nrle.e. It will sew all kinds of family soods.
from the very thickest to the very finest fabrics made,
and uses all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 200,
No oil la used en top of the Machine.
Send fore circular, or call and see it In operation.
Opon early application, State and County Bights may
be secured.
An eaergetio person can make a fortune In a short
time.' Agents wanted in all unsold territory.
' " - H, C, BIIRTMAN,
Be le and sxelnslve agent for the United States,
sepMftnt 98 Weat Ifourth-street. Cincinnati.
:Sloat:3&co.
SEWING MACHINES,
CTITCHIN9 THE , SAME ON BOTH
sldea, leaving no ridge or chain, and impossible
to ravel.. Tor speed, accuracy or eaae of motion, the
Klllptlo Macblne U without a rival. ' ..
Clnoinnatl, Offloa 3!) Weat Fourth street.
' f.-i. - ". .( .1-
Wi B. DODOS,
FormeriofHall.rodilsAOo.llateCrban.DodasAOo.
W. II. Dodds it Co., !
stijnrf acwbjuu or mi - ;
dpirQiiBTm;
Fire and Burglar Proof
S. W, Corner of Vine Second Streets
Thu ta the moat reliable VIBX AND BUBO LA
FBOOF SAFS that Is made in the United States, and
ia warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and Is of better workmanship than
oan b found elsewhere. , ,.
W have a large assortment on band, and are de
termined to soil at prices that cannot fall to please.
, Old, Safes
Takes In exohange. 8K00NB-H AND BAIK8 al
ways on hand at extremely low prices. 87b
; Gas Fixtures,
AT. REDUCED PRICES.
WE HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST
variety and best selected assortment of Oaa
U UllUD. I U VIIK'IU.U.UIRIItUU vi i. iiuh I. usn
or detlrable in the Gas Fixture line.
wi . i .i r -ii .v.- i
we warrant every Fixture we sen to oe equal, notn
in material and finish, to anr that is sold In thiao
any other market, and in addition will guaranty a
them to retain their oolor and remain perfeot fc five
year, from the time they are put up by ua. '
uau, tee, ana examine ourstocR,
MoUENK? t CARSON.
lyll-em ! i . 1B2 Main street, near Koarth
ROOFING ! ROOl Ifi !
rflHB "OUTCAST ELASTIC ME.
M- TALLIO BOOriNO" is offered to the public
as the best and cheaeeat Metal Roof now naed. Its
merits tested by an experience of years 111 this city
anarioiuiiy. Appnea u dm or sleep, oia or new
buildings. No solder uswt-rfaatened securely With
out exnosnre to the action of the elements.
' Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part of
ine united siatee. can oe annuea dv anv one wun
ordinary mmhanioal skill. Ordera promptly filled.
.uintmiiiuauu,
JyM-tf r ' -i" IM Weat Second street.
I) It. S.UI'L 8ILSREE
XBPEOIAIiLY TREATS DISEASES OP
JC4 TBI 8S1N, BHKTJMATISM, DISBABH8 OF
WOMKN, and auoh Cfaronio complaints at maybe
benefitted by the Bygyenle and Atmopathlc system
of bis office. :. " . ; ,, :'i .,'.,) -
Vapor, Sulphury Iodine, Amnio, Mercury, Tur
kish, Busrlan and Xleetro-Ohemioal Baths, a DIs
penaaiT of Msdloine, and every manner of Electric
and Blagnstlt Apparatus.' f.i'i ri , "
Jo , ;. tie. tt WIST BIXTH-flTBBKT. ; i ; -.
' aus-arn b.nrs f A. M. to P. at ) i. an le.lfl
i il t c . i;i
'Hi -.'n t
JEWELRY.
'D.'P; GL1A8'
, Hew Wholesale
WATCn & JEWELRY HOISB
li'Olft ""lATflafc ITnTrrt.ri' Rtrofit-
A. W VVVIafH asVW --Bb bm wa, w W m
Where tan be had every article appertaining td tha"
Hnalness at a nre lee price, for OAliB, than
hairever betbre been offered tri this market. ' ..
And see for yourselves. . n'- slpti
i.WM.-W HI TAKER
'i. .(tm.ui.O , IBrTBLE v v-mVi !
Ho. MX N- Oor. rtfth and Iiodge etreols, betwee
: ; .'. Walant and Vine, Oluclnuatl.
A food aasortmentof BIbVKt and PLATED WAB1,
8PEUTA0LB, etc., keptconatantly on hand.
Ipeolal attention given to Oleaolog and JfUpairlng
Watches and Jewelry. tnylo .
BEGG8 eV SMITH, Wo. 6 West 4th 8t.
! A RE NOW BECTCrVtNO ADDITIOSS TO
A their large assortment ol Watches,' Jewelry,
Bllverwsr end Diamonds. i -i .
;iifiH:n f.n.iv.u-1 " ,, . ..,;,; , . .1 . t
I A fine' assortment ( Plt4 Tea Sat tnd Cutlery
and,CpraOIae. , . 4
WILUAN DISNEY, ATTORNEY
:A1 LAWOhase tfolldlngs, No. I BastThlnl.
atreet. epo-ay
i i DTSUBANOEj-i
BJti't lAtl-Air T X6 i't t!f,
Incorporated 1819. CharterPerpetual
XVAgencr established la Otbclunatl in 1 K21t' an.
tedatlng all present local InauranceOompaniea and
Agencies in the Insurants business In this oity. S3
years com' ant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience, enterprise and liberality, especially' ioom,
mend the jETNA Inanrance (Jompany to the favora
hie patronageof tbia ooBiBinultr standing solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of 1KU5. ; i .: ;l -I..,'-Lassea
paid In Clnnlnnntl during msMt Five
. a ,,i ,-p, Years, flOefcOM . . .u .--',;
Oash CapitaiaBl,000,006.
ABSOLUT! AND TJNIMPAIBED.) WITH A
SURPLUS OP 91,030,433 80.
And the prestige of 40 years anccess and experience.
i " 'V!'' :'" IltTlSTMNtw OP ' " 'w
Over $100,000 Ju Obio Secnrities.
UPWARDS OB" 8J!M00,000, X.OSSE8
Have been paid by the 3itn a Insurance Company In
the past 40 years. - - ,: .
Pflre anil I nlnml Nnvlicnf Inn. Kiake aooeutad
at terma conalatent with soiventy end fair profits.
Especial attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms of 1 to .ly s.
Application made to any duly .othorlaed Agent
rirom pt ly attended to. lty strict attention to a legit
mate Insurance bmineaa, thla Oompauy la enabled
to oOer both indemnity for the paat and security for
the future. P liciealsaued without delay by
JA3.il. OA .XKK, Agent, No. 40 main street.
A. Wt I'ATO j, Aa.istant Agent.
H. k. IiIND BY, Agent 171 Vine streak; i M in
J.J. HOOK! I, Agent. Fnlton. 17th Ward, ant
CONSOLIDATION
-or- . .-I'... ,. :1V;
Fire and Marine Iugurance Agencies
MA IN811ANCE CO.,
.OK HAHTl'OKU, CONN."
Offioei: Nos. 171 Vine and 40 Main-streets,
:): CINCINNATI. - " ; 1"
flnah rnultal.
......fil, 000,000 00
Jiaaeis.
tas a t taa ia e as tasts.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED RESPEOTPTJtLT
M. Inform their frienda and patrons that they have
this day enteed into partoerahlp, under the name
and style of CARTER LIN 1)8 UY, as the Vlreand
Marine Inaurance Agonua of the AStna Inauraoe
Company, of Hartford, Ooun., and nave therefore
oon.olidated their teparate Aoucia. for the con
venience of their cuatomors and otbera. tbey con
tinue both offices. No. 171 Vine and No. 40 Main
street, where they will be pleased to hear from their
friends, and trust that thepatronage that baa hitherto
been ao liberally beaiowed to each will not diminish
by the union thus formed. ,
TAUTER As LINUNEY. .
JAMBS H. CABTKIt, a..
Cincinnati, November 1, 18W, , . i ; nolam
THE EQUITABLE ,
LIFE ASSlItAKtB SOCIETY
OF THE UNITED STATES, ,: .
(PDEBLT MOTIJAL.) ' ' '
" Office 08 Broadway, New Vorli. '
niHH COMPANY DIVIDES THE
L' entire eroftls. nro rata, anions its Poller Hold.
era, legal interest (7 per cent, only) Is paid on its
stock, which may, by Investment, reproduco about
that amount, tbe'euy flwlng the assured all the ad.
vantages of the tu . ' Jliitnal Kyatem, with the
pledge of a Perpetual i pital Btock and the added
security inai iw aioBru in uirooiors nave a i-trma-nent
Honeyed Interest in conducting its affairs with
prudence and strict economy. ,
Its rates are baaed upon tho most approved English
tables of mortality, verified by American experience
to the present time. . ,,i
By tho Charter, Plvldonda to the Assured aro to lie
declared every Ave years, Rod may be applied to the
reduction of premium, or will be credited upon the
policy, thereby increasing the amount insured. ,
fartles d.slrlna to Insure will be furnished with
the Bociety'B publications, rates, do., gratia, upon ap
plication to the A Kent. .
tioN. wiLbi.Mii i'. a iii'j-K iiffif, rreaiueui,
I1KNKY H. IIYDK.Yte frcshleut.
BUWAItH V. Will hi AMS, rJecrelaiy. , .' '
OEO. W, I'Ulhlill'S, Actuary. 1 ,..
r.orAi, miittn or aurBBiNOE ivb oinciii.i.ti. '
M e, the liuilerelgiied, dike pleaanre in atatiug that
"The Xquilable Lite Assurance ttociety,' . ol New
York.renreeeulbdiu thiscitv by Savin A. Truax, Jisq..,
la entirely worthy the contidenre of this community,
and that the combination of the Mutual and Joiut
Block principle as by tliem pi eaented render this
Company one of the most 'oeirub;e for iuaurera Ju
the couutry: . i. .
Btoamau, uarusie a xnnvr,' stannom a, itowe, ': . 1
J. ti. CUeueweih 4 Co., . S. b. Uommodieu, :
lllachlcy, Simpson 4 Co., 1). W. Corwii,,
Thompson A Taall'e, - - II. Eiepenccr..
DAVID A. TBUAX,.; Agent, .
34 West Tliird-slraot, Jlaseinent JUaaouic Tamil
, ' -fef. -"I JOHN fl, TA1T, M. D., ,
oc2l ' " Examining Phalclan. '
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.,, w
. ". . -0 : , -.' "'-' I- ""' J H" ',,! i
" ''ii si' :',.! ' . r I :. 'nr.:
Important Improvement!
i. .i't.. ,:: ,'. n' l
1 TVELLS' PATEXT. i
FULDING SPRING MATRfiSS
el "J'' ".. . -i. " ' i.. .' -aitl ti ;. 'I'M
WI1QBB ONLY 05 LB8I VWANTJYAOTCBBD,
. 4 WHOItsVAU AND BOTAlL,. BYi j s ' i i
; ;1: BENNETT & fOa, 7 i
VJyifl-am 1 ' '' Bycamore street. below Flfth
HALIs'8 PATENT.
f 'flpBr'.'f V-i ,9Vdt i
r 1 ai r. rair 1 n,uaiausi r an u
BDBOLAS PBOOF BAFKS.-'-Thej have given
more satisfaction tnan any otnor now .in use. '
We offer a reward of ANR THOUSAND '
u uiFtj.
I, A It to any person that car,, up to the present
time, shows single instance wherein they luv filled
til ni-RNnrvn their nnntntita.
With this 8 A FB we challenge all oOrtpetltlOn; at
oeingtne oest sire riwii, iurgiar rruui, ur sire,
tnd Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
test with any establishment In the Union, and tbe
party failing first, to forfeit to th other, th stun
"'vH'ara prepared to furnlah a better Safe, and at let
cost, than any other manufacturer la th United
Stats.
. Second-hand Safes of other maker, also on hand.
We respectfully invite the pnbllo to call and exam
ine our atooa. before purchasing elaefphere. . ,
11 ALL, OABROLL ft 00., ' .
augUrt i No. 15 and 17 East Columbia street.
DI.ARRHA AKD ELOCDY FLUX,
. ViiuiOXeV IllUOUtV UflOllO, . sUmn . -sUA
PiprSDI TUX ITOMACH k WWIL3. .
'; " KM j CKO. I. IilGBT'"" : I
j WB0U8AJJ, DBTJQO I c
FOB BALM BY JOHN D FABKv
STINK CO.i and DrnggisU general
vBVUBilCK.
"t"Xt jOrder left
41 fValnnt street
5fon
at wiLiiUago a u.a-
ILIIASKOM A HXTSICLD.
will be attended to. ' - '
l-taayl
glftANDt IN BON D.-tJOHN BATES HAS
.Kevjust received so importation of choice Brandy
In M and Hi Oaaxs, Otaril, Dopey t Co., and Dsuis,,
Alnanla) A Co. Kor sale wholesale nnd retaiL .' 1 X
. , NATIONAL TUKATBB ItCILDiNft;
oU -'- i.i (, iByoaloore'etrset.
ft. ; "irtsa!? . 'WJC i
r
RAILROADS.
RAILROADS. Commencing May 22, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI. RAILROAD.
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
' Two Dally Trains lor Vinceunes, Cairo and St.
Tjouls,Btv:tA. SIV,and8:30P. M. V W 7
Three Dally Trains foi .Louisville, at fcOO A. B .
, On Train for Kvansviilo at 8:30 P. M.' f'K f?
''Tie Trains connect at Bt. Louis for all points in
Kansas and' Nebraska, Hunnllml, Qolncy and Keo
Vijt; tit St. TJoui and Cairo for Memphis, Ylckahursr.
Natchez and New Orleans. ' ' . '
I, One Through Train on Sundajr at Mo f.K,t - r
Rr.TtBMrao Fast Line Leaves East St.-Louie,
Bundaya excepted, at e:M A. M., arririrg at Clnciu,
natlut U):10 P. M. ''''' i "
1 hxesrss Taiin leaves Kast St. Louis dally at 2:40
P. 4n arriving at Clnoinnatl at (1:48 A. M. .
' u ',- -tO THBODOH T10KIT8 '''
To all points West and South, please apply at' th
offices. Walnnt-atreet House, between Sixth and
Hevouth-strtets, No. 1 Burnet Hnuas, corner office,
north-west corner of Front -and Broadway, Bpencer
House OlHce, and at tha Dnsos, corner Front and Mill
streets. ' W. H. CLKMKN f , tien'l, tjuperlutendent.
. Omntbuaes call for passengers. oeii '
JUNE 20. 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
fJIOUK DAIJiT TRAINS 1EAVB THE
'
Olxth-streetDopot.' ' ' .' ' '.'
Trains ran through to Indianapolis, Lima, San
dusky and Cleveland without ohange of ears.
Through TioKeta for all Eastern, Western, North
era and North-woitern cities, . .
A.m. KXPUKHH TRAIN ,'Oolnmbuatlme.
which is seven minutes faster than Cincinnati) For
Cleveland and Pittsburg, via Delaware, makes clues
connootion at Crestline for Pittsburg, Baltimore,
Philadelphia and New York; and ut Cleveland for
Dunkirk, Buffalo, Bost -nsnd New York. Also, con
nects at Dayton with E jyton and Michigan lioad for
Troy, Plqua, Sidney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort
Wayiie and Chicago, reaching Toledo at 3:30, Detroit
at 8:00, and Chicago at 7:20 P. U., Quinoy and Galena
at 7 ASH, Also, at Dayton with Greenville and Hlamt
Bosd, for Greenville, Dnion, Winchester and Mun.
cie.. also, connects at Blchmondwith Indiana (Jen.
tral Head, for Indianapolis, Lafayette, Chicago, Torre
Haute, St. Louis, and all Western cltije. Also, at
Richmond with Cincinnati and Chicago Road, for
AndeMon, Kokomu and Pern. Also, connects with
Junction Ballroad at Hamilton for Oxford.
' A. M. MAIL Tit AIN-ror Dayton, Spring
field and Sauduehy Connocfa at Sandusky with
8TBAMIR for DKTBOlTjat UKBAN AforCOLCM
BUS; at k'orest with Pitttburg. FortWayneandChl
Ligo lluad, GaHt and West; at Olydo with 0. and To
ledo Koad for Cleveland and Buffalo, Toledo, Detroit
and Chicago. This train also connects at DELA
WARE with the 0 C. 4 0. Boad for Cleveland and
points Bast; alaocounecta at Hamilton with Junction
Ballroad forOxford. , . ,
4:30 P. fll. TRAIN For Dayton, gprlngfleld
and Bellefontalne: Connects at Richmond for In
dianapolis, Torre Haute, St, Louis and Chicago.
Also, connects with Junction Ballroad at Hamilton
forOxford. ' t ' .
8 P. M. TRAIN For Dayton. Trof , Plana, Bid.
ney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wayne and Chi
ca0, reaching Chicago at A. M. .
- The s and 8 A. M. trains connect at Cleveland
with steamers fur Buffalo. . . , . . .
For further Information and Tickets, apply at the
Ticket omces-north-east oorner Front and Broad
way; No. 16 Walnut-stnut, near Gibson House) at
the new Tlckol Office, ot the weat aide cf Vine-street,
between Postofnce and Do met Honmv, at the Waluu
Uret House, or at the Sixth street Depot.
, ault, ,,. , . ,, D, Mol. A BKN, Superintendent.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
'"Four Trains Daily.
THEEE THROUafl EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Train No. 1 Si lies. at A. M., connects via
Columbus and Cleveland, vis Oolnmbus, Crestline and
Pittsburgh, via Columbus, otoubenvllle and Pitts
burgh, Detroit riaCleveiaad and steamer. This Train
stops, between Cincinnati and Columbus, at Love
land, Deertleld, Morrow, Xenla, Cedarville, South
Charleston, London and west Jefferson. . ,
Second Train No. i Xxpross, at M3n A.M., oonneoia
via Columbus, Bellairand Ben wood i Wheeling; via
Oolnmbas, Steuben villeand Flits burg; via Columbus,
Crestline and Plttahurgi via Coluiubna and Cleve
land) Detroit, via Cleveland and steamer; White Bnl.
phur Station, via Springlleld . Tbia Train stops be
tween Cincinnati and Colunihua, at Plainvlllo, Mil
fordJlliaoiivillovjUovnland, Deei'llolU, morrow, Cor.
wiujnpniig vuuey, asqiiiann Lionaun. ; "
" Third Train Accommodation,' at 1:10 P. M., fof
wiuiuuiufauuopriuifiieiu, . . . . . .7 :
Fourth Traln-NIUt Kxilffcss, at 11:30 P.M.; son
pecta riaOolumbna, Bollalr and Ben wood; Wheeling;
via Columbus, Stunbnnvllle and Pittsburg; via Co
lumbua, Orsatlino' And rittebuig: riatjoluinbns and
Clevelund. This train atops at Lorcland, Morrow,
Corwin, Xenla and London. BLKKl'IKQ CABS ON
THIS TBA1N,.
No. 1 Sxpress, tbrongh toCIeTolsndwIthoatchang
Ofcara.
Wo. xlxpresl, through to Wbeelingwlthont cbang
of oars. - . .
Tbe NIOHT XXPBE8S Train loaving Olnciunatl
at 11:80 P. M runs daily, except 8ATUUDAYS. The
other Trains run dailv. exeunt HUH DAYS.
is
a or an inionsauon, ana rnrougn I lexers to Boa-
n, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore. Washing
ton, Bumio, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg. Wheeling, and all tha Eastern nlacea.
apply at the Offices, Wainnt Strent House, No, lllur
net Houae, south-east cornur ol Broadway and Front
streets, and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which la Mvenmlo
ntea faster than Cincinnati timo. 1
.. .... -a.. . .. j. DDBAND, Bop't
Oranlbuaes call for paaeeDgera by leaving direction
at the Ticket Olllbes. . .. my!7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
Shortest and Quickest Route to CHICAGO
AND THE NORTHWEST,
VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI.
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT—LINE RAILROADS.
0 ,0nly On phang ef Uart ielwsen Oinoinnali
r vi iv. . men visum) Chicago, : ,-,..',
''
north-eant oorner Broadway and Frout; No. 1 Bur
JL' I net Houao. Corner: at the WalBul-att'oet House, and
Three PassongetTrainsleaveOlnoInnati dally, iron
thefootof Mill and Front streets. .
5:50 A. M. Chicago Mail arrivoa at Indianapolis at
llfcM A. M.j Chicago at 7:3ft l'.M. Thla train con
nects with nil night trniiu on tot, Chicago, for tho
West and Nortb-wst. -?, AJT.,
.12:W M. a'erre Haute and Laytayette Acoommoda
Hon arrives at Indianapolis, at h:) P. M., making
dirocteoirirtctlone at lnrtlanar)llii with Torre Haute
Trains aud Indianapolis and Lalayotte trains for
Decatur, Hprlngilold, Nuples, Quinr.y, Hannibal and
St. Joseph; also with Pern trains for Peru, Ft. Wayne
and Toledo.
6:00 P.U.-Chfcago Ixprest errivea at Indlanopolls
at HtcSO P. Il,t Chicago at .7:40 A. M. Making oleae
connections at Ohlungowitb all morning trains out
of Chicago. This train connects at Indianapolis
with Torre Haute trains for all points Weat and
Northwest. , .
Sleeping ears are attached to all the night tral" a
on this line, and run through to. Chicago, wlthoat
ohange of cars. ""
Tub i exclusive! a Westera and North-western
route, ana witn lavsrsbi and reuaoie arrangement
wjin, au conneoiir roans invongnoni sne entire
est. auaranlees niinsnal oare and I he ameleat ao-
10. 1
siotnmodatlona to the patron ot this line.
. t&- Be sure you aro In th right ticket office liefor
ron purchase your tickets, and ask for ticket via
bawreuocBurg eu icuiauapou, .
: Fare the ani.at by. any atker route.; Baggog
cnecKea tnrongn.
1 THUOCGH TICKETS, good until used, can be ob-
I . .1 , . . .1.. 1. , n. a- 11 . .v.-..
- it ijopot omoe,ioot 01 1111, on eront itrect, wuero
fniiraacossary imonnauou may oe naa. - i .'
-uuiuioniMes run to ana iron eaca train, ana w
call foi passengers at all hotels and all part of th
city, bf leaving address at sither office.
0 Jt xi. nuiuiSJ,
iiLllJ
1
Oeneral Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
I1AFA1ETTB,
, .0 , j iiJallOAOO, -
LOOAH8POBT,
-. , . , . PKItlT.
avlie-afV!'- ' KORt' WAYNB.
TWO DAILY TUKOIKJH TRAINS leaveHlxth street
'i - Dephl, t.S (Vv M. and 4:30 Pj M.'l '
1 A. M. INDI ANAPOLIS, Si: LOUIS A OHIOA.
00 FAST JtXPBKSH. Through direct, makingoloee
rounectlons for all other Western and Nerth-western
points: Thla Train also oonnectsat Ulehmorei with
Clnoinnatl and Obloago Boads, fur Anderson; Koko.
Oj Logansport, and all point on Wabash. Valley
:W.' ii.-lNDIAN AT0L18 OHIOAO't'8T.
LOUISNIOHT BXPBB88. The above Train snak
eioseoonsMOUeos at lnaianapous. liaiaroiinaaoijni
dnioi with Traias for Torre Haute, Spsinsrfleldt Book
tarsnd, Geleaborg, Kenosha, Ltoase, , Jaoksonville,
im .mi n&iMiuiM. Henosna. i,a
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee; klattoon, Naples,
Oalena, uulncy, rrairio on unitna, lauaj reuria,
BuulelthTBaclne, Decatur, Bloomlngtoii, Joliet, La
Salle, St. Paul, and all town and ettie in th North
"aaVTaroogn IXIokttg given and lOaggigV phockea
.anreugau 1 - j r. ",
For furtnei
ply, to Tlcxe
sornor ol Front an
rtrsaawey,
otlth-east
sti fleer xounn. a
d Via itreet, or at
th. KivthitrMt TVai
.. -1
riniormauonanuxsroiun xicKana.ap
l ymcea. noixo-past
nps JO ,y ainua sir?
oorner of Fourth all
'tiTiavt.'itcTirJen t.
i
"UsnftibUMswiii rait tor p
inia aaaathnriif, tha 'fid
lWnvli,lllgtlii.(r
lie, ''t '- l;
. . til 1J la.. .
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