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THEPEE8S.
rrici, M nom-mim
FRIDAY-
-NOVEMBER. 4
[From the New York Evening Post.]
THE NIGHT WIND.
BY GEORGE W. BUNGAY.
The ran, wrapped la a shroud of mist, dropped down
neniaa a aismsi mouna oi roosrai uiouus.
Nn.tAip.hnnannttn llaht th. solitude.
When, from rent In the thick tbreat'nlng heaven,
uut stole tne rumen wioa. oa miaeuiei ueui.
At midnight. while reposing on my couch,
HU stealthy Lend earn feeling at my door, 1
And t the lattice drummed with touoh unseen,
Thrusting hie arm through every open pan.
Battling the blinds end scaring sleep away,
Piping a low baas on the chimney's nute,
Unhinging careless gates and (winging eigne, -
Aod, with hi lip. upon athoutand lubes, ' r ::
At once blew a loud nn Iversal blast .:
He wokre a rose-lipped maiden from her dream, ' 1
Tben from the beut maat ehook her eallor boy
Into tb watery grave he oooped for bun ;
iletnrning then on wings Invisible, 1
Stiriek'd In her ears the etory of hie death. if
Black thnnder clouda oame roaring from the Sooth,
l.i t a liona through the desert of the night,
ricarlng; the earth and blinding all the iky,
With darkness dense, that filled the space between
The moonless heaven and melancholy enrtb.
Aa iln tille the dark boeom with despair
When lot a crinkling flash reread'' the seen.
Of wood, and at ream, and bridge a. ,t Mashing iplre.
As momentary gleams of conscience shew -Poor
unrepentant man htspastsad life, i '
i'laah followed flash, aud peal succeeded peal,
Aa ilthe angry aplrit of the atorm - ..
Would shake the atara out ot the atoopllig aky. " '
From the rent olonda down poured the arrowy rain,
Then milder aire did aoothe the sobbing storm,
Which, like a aad heart, found relief in tear.
"I'll Marry Him, for I Need a Home."
Many, many times do these words sound
the death knell to all earthly happiness;
many, many times is this the burden of a
requiem to which heaven alone listens
when the marriage vow is plighted; a re
quiem which the fair, pula bride would
not for the world speak aloud, but which
every heart throb thrusts home to her
burning spirit, even whilo , in deceitful
mockery she answers the fatal -! Yes."
' I'll marry him, for I need a home."
Poor girl I she gives her hand, but there is
no heart in the matter. '-She is clearly
aware of his unfitness to make her happy;
she even shrinks, at first, with ill-con-oealed
inward loathing, from the idea of
surrendering herself to a man whom her
heart has not chosen.. . She trips to sum
mon courage sufficient to refuse him; but
she is conscious of her entire inability to
depend upon herself. She saya, "he will
nt least keep me in a respectable cpndition
in life 1 must marrv him." And forth-
wiui sue Buinus at ine auar ana piiguis
love which she does not feel. She b
cornea his wife; not from a pure sense ol
love and duty, but from the mercenary
desire to obtain a shelter from the fierce
storms whose violence she is unable to re
sist by her own powers. Helpless creat
ure how deserving of pity t
"I'll marry him, fori need a home."
Young lady, is this to be the motive that
decides your choice? . Heaven" forbid!
Arm ; yourself with a consciousness of
power to grapple with actual life for your
self. By a careful process of self-culture,
prepare a true womanly independence,
should death deprive you of your natural
protectors and supporters. Prepare to
stand self-supported among the selfish
throng that crowd life's motley stage. You
will then be at liberty to consult yourown
heart,, whenever a candidate for your
hand appears. . You oould even venture
to mawy the man you loved, even if he
had no home, with the joyful thought of
being able to help him get one and what
a happy home would that be f .
"I'll marry him, for I need some one to
love some one who loves and cares" for
me" this is the better reasoning. With
this your motto, this your aim you shall
be tlte crowning glory of your home, and
your husband shall acknowledge you to
be the good genius of his existence; and
this invaluable ' power of Belf-reliance
shall be a precious tallisman of safety, at
all times and under all circumstances,
and will prepare you for any crisis or
condition to which you may be called. .
"I'll marry him, lor 1 need a home."
Yes and a miserable, unhappy home you
will have, with nothing but mercenary
love in it Your character shall deter
mine the question of your husband's unc
cessin the mighty battles of life; for
ninny a man of high promise and golden
gifts, has been dragged deep into despair
by a weak minde J, inefficient wife, who
I'just married him to get a home." She
is but weakness and disease to his
pinion, instead of beauty and vigor to
his wings which would otherwise have
borne him on to honor and fortune .
"I'll marry him, for I need a home," do
you say? ever dare speak or think that
fatal thought again, i Wake up to a sense
of your own inward strength. You are
a woman not a child. Dependent pov
erty is one of the saddest of human na
ture's ills. Life is a dreary waste, and
its storms are heralds of certain destruc
tion, to such a helpless, friendless child of
earth as you are. Buckle on the armor
of self-reliance, and feel that you are
able to cope with the world, and with
this conciousness and power you will
surely suoceed. If adversity be yours,
you will be prepared to meet its frosty
broath; if a wife you will be content and
happy, whether, prosperous . or, adverse I
circumstances are yours nothing would
daunt you, for your' motto would be:
"Letcome thi wild weatuers-ccme elector come
now; . ' ...
We will stand br each other lowever It blow :
tlppressionand sickness, and eorrow and pain.
Shall t to oar tiu,lov,M liake toachafp."
', .9&?A.n avaiibiouls, LftM in .Brussels
gave a large dinner recently. ' Justf as the
guests sat down1 a-pieroing shriek was
heard in the tfourt yard, i The host hur
ried oat and returned paleAffrighted.
and his hands coyere4 with blood. "What
is it?" was the inquiry: l.fAlasI". Beaid,
"a poor woorkmarr, father of large fam
ily, has met with a terrible accident
He was knocked down by a cart and
grievcously wounded. Let us aid him.''
A collection was taken urj and the
guests contributed 1,200 francs. Gen
erous souls! It was the miser's ruse to
make them pay for the dinner. ; ; '
KJrlf a woman' oould speak out of
memo corners ot her mouth; there
would be a good deal said on "both
sides.
fiiaTWe know some men who are good
natured only when they are no longer
sober. Like small beer, they get sour if
not Boon drunk. .
JEgrAn Irish love has remarked that it
is a great pleasure to be alone, especially
when your "swateheart is wid ye. .
arWhy lus'tralian' Kelly was de
feated? Because they set a 1 bicb upon
his head.
JrFat men, like fast rivers, are gene
rally very shallow,
Experience with a New Set of Teeth.
We have been very muoh . amused in
listening to an acquaintance of ours when
describing his experience with a new Bet
of teeth. He remarked: . . ,
I have had all my teeth pulled out, for
to tell the truth I think they have been a
curse to me always rather than a bless
ing. Now, in their place I have had
false ones put i i, and 1 must tell you m;
experienoe with mv new masticators.
felt 'when the set wits first put in, as
though I had a couple of wheel-barrows
full of paving-stones laying around
loose in my mouth, and it seemed as if
tney were going to De sput out at every
motion. . The first day i waited till every
one had done their dinner, not daring to
make an exhibition of my teeta ana run
the risk of their dropping on the table.
Well, I chewed a little and stopped,
chewed again and stopped, and finally
went to mv room and laid the darned
things on the back .part of an upper
shelf, thinking they were no go.
The next day 1 tried them again, but
with little better success, ana alter this l
would carry them in my pocket, occasion
ally trying the thugs on, and every time
experiencing some new emotion. ' One
day they would feel as much like a great
horseshoe, with nails in. as anv thine else:
and again I oould be certain that I had a
great circular wheel stowed under my
lips. Some of my experience was very
comical. They served me so many times,
and I was rather getting tired of my bar
gain; but by perseverance I have become
used to their ways, and now they oan not
get away from me, as 1 know just how to
manage them, and how to bite on tliem,
and bless from the bottom of my heart the
inventor of false teeth.
MISCELLANEOUS.
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUND
at laat Juit what the Ladiee have leng needed
and looked for in rain, the Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine Elixir li warranted to care nil dl.
eaeee of Uterine Mature; Inflammation of the
woniD, tne ruanoys, tne warms, ana trie u return
l-.l . ,.nU' k n-l-f..! Mn.-..
ation, Chloroeie, Amenorrhea; in fact, a perfect cure
la guarrauteea oy me see or irom two to nve Dottiea
of the Klixir, of any disease wbaterer of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organa, of male or female, no
mutter of how longstanding. Price $1 per Dottle.
Madame ELLIS calls particular attention to the
following Card of one of the moat prominent Drug.
giara 01 viaomnau. -
"To thb Public aud thi L&dikx ni PimTiaoLin.
We, the nttdertifoed, are not in the habit of giving
name to raient ineutcinea; ouianowing wen tne
v l'hveici&n. aud the medicine called the Uterine
xlr.' we' cheerfully recommend it to all femaliui
florins from Female Siaeasua of anv kind: it ia
eay to all try, and our word for it. yon will find re
lief. . . F. I). BILL, Druggist,
aep27. ,' "Corner of Firth and Bace-atreeU."
MADAMS ELLll'SPANISH SIMU
LAT1NG COUGH AND UVEA BALSAM
cures, without fail, puns in the Breast, Back,
Side or Limbs: Doughs, Golds, Hoarseness, Diffi
culty of Breathing, Headache. Flatulency, Heart
burn, Chronic Bheumatism, Blllioua Chollc,Gramp
Gholic, Griping Falni of the Bowels, Dullness,
Stupor, Inactivity, Lose of Appetite, and in Pain
ful Menstruation It ia a certain cure, aod givea
immediate relief. In any of the above disease
it will give relief in twenty minutes, and a perma
nent cure by the uaeof two bottles. Only 60 ceuti
per bottle 10 cheap that every person can get it.
N. B.-For tale h F. D. HILL, Pruggut, corner
of Baceand Fifth-streets: J. D. PARK, corner of
Fourth and Walnut; SUIHK, KCKSl'KIN & Co.,
corner Vine and Fourth; JOHN DICKSoN, corner
of John and Sixth; PA UL BE1ML KIN, corner ot
Eighth and Freeman. Also, EDWABD 80ANLAN
& "XI., corner of Main aud Fourth: aud Madame
ELLIS, 24 Eaat Fourth. aep27-ay
SIX CENTS
Will pay fothe Press
ONE WEEK.
PATENT MACHINE-MADE PAPER
BAGS, for Grocers, Druggists, Tea Dealers and
others, made from extra quality of Wrapping, Ma
nilla and White Tea Paper.
200,0110 No. 1 Wrapping and Manilla;
200,000 No. 2
200,000 No. 3
200,000 No. 4 ....
200,000 No. S
200,000 No. 8
200,(100 No. 10 "
200,000 No. 12
200,000 No. 1ft
2110,000 No. IS ;
200,000 No. 20
200,000 No. 25
2o,oooNo. 1 White Tea Bags;
200,000 No. 2 -
200,000 No. a
The above are pat up In packages of 300 bag) each.
We are manufacturing from sixty to geveuty-flte
thousand Baga per day.
. Paper Bag Manufacturer,
And Wholesale Paper Dealers,
77 and 79 Walnut-street.
OC22
OANDY ! CANDY
EC. 3ST- OXiLXLSL,
(SaooMwr(ojtTiigOoJ .
Msnnfscturere end WboIesalegDealtn
v -ia-FINE
AND PLAIN CANDIES.
40 MAIN STREET, CINCINKATI
, mvi7
JUH4M
eUvwod mi noi)ilh( uo ium unu0 JU
.(wM-iiifvuniog pa Joj-uj)jj jorj 'i
"OO "SKJUYB. 'JA 'IA
'ueiiofl put seuiSux tqjoj;"ov 'SuHiofX
qioiO J"H10g aasMovj juou 'uq3ui niag 'Ueu
-am jepaa pa jsddn qtoq fPH0' 1) mjiTrr
now ononis m aa ifli sazis n V
1 'sinKpQOtI pub naoo
Money ! , Money! 31 oney I .
PAWNBROKEB'S OFFICE.
UemoTedfronaSeWeitHlxtkatreet, ,
MONEY LOANBDON WATCHES, JKW
JCIiBT and alt kind of Merohandlae, at low
rate of interest, at Mo. 17 Vl.-mt, between
Fourth and Fifth. 7 m
ALEXANDER 30KNST0X,
A UCIION'AND COMMISSION MER-GHANT-S.l.roomiNo.
7 East Third -etreet-Wlll
attend to lb aalea of Seal Setate, Personal
Property, Dry Goods, Hardware, Rata, Boots, Shoe,
Orooerie, Furniture, to. Having procured the
ervioaa of aconipettit salesman, all business will
nwet with dispatch and prompt returns. Gash ad
vauoe made on aoods tor publio sale. Consign
ment solicited, Befer to merchant generally.
E
XTJLA. "WHITE WHEAT FL0UR.-I
'V j '"jy , toe very oeai Floor
coming to thbi niartet. 1 have been selling It for
some time, and it ba; given entire satisfaction. Da.
livered to any part of the city free of charge. .
. , " JOHN FlftGUBON OrSoer.
' ec Gorier Ninth and Ylne-streets.
OLD MOCHA AND JAVA COFFEE. A
very fine article of Mocha and Java Ooffee, nut
np In Ift-lb. can by Frlsby Betnheni, and war
ranted pur. JOHN FERGUSON, Grocer, .
ocM
Corner Ninth and Vine-streets,
OLD WINIS AND BRANDIES. I have
now on hand a (took or fln. Old Liquor"
not to be (nrpassed by any la thus city, coraprlidng
... ' . T J " . vino. iriiuu ormiKiiee, r.ru,
Sherry, Madeira and Catawba Wlue,.and snmewicy
fln old Scotch, Irish and Bourlton Whiskies.
JOUN FKkGUSUN, Urocer,
oW Oornsr of Moth and VIne-eirMt.
BUSINESS CARDS
Six Cents a Week!
Pays for tho Penny Press.
IVo. 14 West Fonrth-street.
IIENRY DAVID,
No. Q78 MAIN-STREET
: BETWEEN SIXTH AND SEVENTH, ,
JJANUFACTURER . AND IMPORTER
Heaps, Ferfumerrt Fancy Good, AVc.,
Which I will ell cheaper than any other place lu
the city. You will Bud a large assortment of EX
TBAOTrt at cents per bottle. ocU
RICHARD KEJTEDYH
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
No. IT State-strew, Colmb, Ohio.
MT Agent for the WEEKLY UCIKNTIFIO ABT-
IBAN. ocll-am
RAILROAD HOTEL,,
(Fronting the Btoamboat LandiDg.)
NortU-east Comer Broadway aud Front
oiKoniHiTi, omo. ,'
R. F. LEVERI1TG, Proprietor.
oc7-cm
fTIO PROCURE THE VERY BEST
STENCIL MAttKINO PLATE
That can be made in the city go to
33. 3M. POWERS,
12U wninnt-st.( Dec Third ond Fourth,
iNezt door to the sTasonlo Temple.)
. has three Dlnlomas awarded him for the
best work oc7-am
Book Binding
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, NO. 8 EAST
Fourth-street, between Main andSf oamore, Cin
cinnati. TBe-blndlng In every style. Mnslv Books noat
ly and durably bound. 0. UBGFPEU.
I jyzv-fimi
D. DE FOREST,
Book Binder aud Paper Ruvir-
Thlrd story Times Building, will do ail work In hi
line with neatneee and dispatch. jr28-lv
WE MOREHOUSE & CO.,
MAHUTiCTUBiaS AMD D1ALIU m-1
FURNITURE, CHAIRS, AND ALL
kinds of Mattresses and Beddln. at the old
stand. No. 1 Sycnmore-street, east side, between
rourui auu jiuu-streets, seventu store bdovo
Fourth-street, Church Pews lined and cushioned.
AU order promptly attended to. ocl-cm
ANDERSON A-HANNAJORD.ArcrJtecf,
U....hl.. 9nll.ll..
8. W. corner Third aad Sycamore it..
)yl CIHOINNATI, OHIO.
PULL AN eV WILLIAMSON,
(At the old stand of Pnllan, Hatfield A Brown,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS-
Ko.M WEST HIOONDBT.,
ouonnuTi.
leaicpa rciXAH. formerly of Pnllan, Hatfield a Brown
wa . a. Williamson. mr2J- AO w
H. CAMPBELL & CO..
ATANUEACTURERS OE BAR, SHEET
UA and Boiler Iron, Flow Blabs, ttailroad Spike
Ktn. A Ian. Amnt. for the sale of 1 ronton Star Hall
Wareroomi No. 1 East Second Btreet. Cincinnat 1
Ohio.
staii kinaa iron maneworaer. ine
LIEMSIBT 1TL. JAUtt TIBET
L. BYL & CO.,
CLEANERS OF SINES AND VAULTS,
No. M Sixth-street, between Vine and Race, in
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio, Persons who
may favor us with their patronage, can rely on punc
tuality and low prices. sepl-ay
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
134 MAIN BTBKKT. CINCINNATI, O.
KITAEDGE & FOLSOM,
59 St. Charles street. Mew Orleans, La.,
Impartera of Gnnaov Sporting Ayparata
ARB DIALIBB IH GUI FOWDlB.
Boots and Shoes Just Received.
J. H. DETERS,
No. 53 West Fonrth-Streett
HAS JUST RECEIVED A SPLENDID
assortment of the renowned Philadelphia
BOOTH and SHOES, for men's wear. Call and see
them. oc28
J. J. BUTLER'S
Excelsior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory. 30 Vine St. 14
DENTAL CAEDS.
O. BONRA.lt,. H. A. SMITH
BON3ALL IL SMITH,
DENTISTS,
Km, J 18 We a t S Ix t ha t r ae 1 1 .
OTNCINNATf. lepl-cm
J. TAFT,
(Bnccessor to Knowlton a Taft.)
DOBISTTIST,
No. SO West Foarth 8Ut bet. Walnat it Vine
, CINCINNATI, OHIO.
I. l. HAHLia. a. a: Mfn.'
IJrs. niMLEN SMITH,
DBNTISTS,
. No. 3 Wert FourtU St. .
178 " '
S. WABDL.
J. nOVOBTT.
DBS. WASDLI & DOUGHTY,
X B N T I J3 T m ,
OfflM No. 1S8 West Fourth treat,
nmiIHHATt.OR10 "
MEDICAL CARDS.
DB. WILSON,
A GRADUATE OF EDINBURO, SCOT
LAND, mt well knew In this city for his
nrorMionat bkiii in tne treatment 01 rrivaie 111a-
easee of either sex, has removed his office from No.
wear, s ourin'Bireei to no. svi wainut. netween
Klghtta and Ninth. . The Doctor, from the earliest
period of bis professional career, has made this most
IIIWEW"!, UI HlvH UI KIBUIUIDV II 1. .SUIUIIIO ln
elailty, devoting all his powers of mind and time in
nerfectln his treatment as far aa the immense nro
grees in tnese dlseasea makes It desirable. The Doc
tor nas aiso engagea an eminent ana general prac
titloner of this citv. with whom he may consult,
of th oeae demand It. Persons at a dlstano ad
wite tna udhqioi ina naiienc anonia ine armvitv
dressing the Doctor for advice will pleas Inelo
postage Htamp. asorw un.. j. niiisus,
no2n - No. 3JI Walnut-street, Cincinnati.
. K. 8. REWTOW, Ms D.
Ofloe, 90 Weit Seyenth ' Itreet,'':
umrxn ttb aud turn. ' M6
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Omoa-Ns. w Waafe Seventh ajtrset, between Tina
and Baos. RasiDrjuni Nil. 'IT Seventh street, be
ween Walnut and Vine. Ornoa noiins-7),. to M
SEWING MACHINES.
BART LETT'S
.Patent Imprtved "Novelty";.
. " FAMILY , , '
SEWING MACHINES!
'Prices ''of I" '-J'
II A IV D W ACH I1VE8,
OQ, 07, $8. .
TREADLE MACHINES,
, sio, i6, sao.
THE "NOVELTY" HAS NOW BE
COME on of the permanent and valuable Ma
chines of the day, The recent PEBMIUJld and
DIPLOMAS awarded to us at several of ths late
FAlBShsldln .. j
INDIANA, ILLINOIS AND MICHIGAN,
And the large demand In OHIO, is a sure evidenoe
of the appreciation of the merits or the " Novelty."
The Increasing demand has Induced us to enlarge
our manufacturing department, which will now ena
ble ua to All all orders promptly.
Sales-room and General Depot, 46 Sixth-street.
MT AOKNTB WANTED.
ooMaw K. B. HUGGIN3, General Agent.
LADD, WEBSTER or CO.'S
LOOK STITCH
SEWING MACHINES, !
80 West Fourth-street,
Between Tin and Walnut-streets, Cincinnati.
" Bend for a Circular. ...
REMOVAL..
WILTS EE BROTHERS.
' DEALERS IN-
TT O XJ KT C3s-' Si
Improved Two-Threaded Xook-Stitch
FAMILY SEWING MACmfTE
35, $B30 and 35.
; No.8FWli-8treet, .
WILL BKM0VE, OGTOBEB 1, TO
No. 6 West Fourth-street,
Over Bogg. A Smith's.
XsTAgents wanted. Addres
W1LTSKE BROTH BUM, Agent,
ocl P. O. Box 2fii, Cincinnati, O.
$30. $30. $30. $30.
.Thirty-Dollar Doable Lock-Stitoh
BKCDBKD BT BECENT LETTEB8 PATENT.
THIS MACHINE HAS BEEN" PRO
NOCNCED by all oomuetent lodges, who
have seen it, to be ths best and most desirable Fam
ily Sewing Machine ever introduced, regardless
of price. It will sew all kinds of family goods,
from the very thickest to the very finest fabrics made,
and usee all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 200.
No ell la used on top of the iilnchlne.
Send for a circular, or call and see It In operation.
Opon early application, Stute and Conuty Bights may
De secured.
An energetic person can make a lortilno in a short
time. Agents wanted in all unsold territory.
H. C. ItUUTMAN,
Be le andexclusire agent for the United States,
epl4fmt 98 West Fourth-street, Cincinnati.
"SXjOAT&GO.
SEWING .11 1 f in m:.
GTITCHING 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. -
Cluolnnati, OHloe 53 West Foarth afreet,
sep281
Wf B. DODDB, ,
formerly ot Hall.Dodds A Oo.; late Urban .Dodos A Co.
W. B. Dodds & Co.,
uarvAonrasaj or Tin
OONOniDTID
Fire and Burglar Proof
S AF IDS!
8. W. Corner of Vine & Second Streets.
Thl. Is the most reliable FIT1E AND BUKOLA
PBOOF SAFE that is made in the United States, and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. - Oan be sold
at lower n rices, and (s of better workmanshl than
oan be fonnd elsewhere.
We have a large assortment on baud, and are de
termined to sell at prices that cannot tall to plea.
Old Sales,
Takea la xohang. SECOND-HAND BAFE8 al
ways on Band at extremely low prices. . tl
Gtas Fixtures,
AT KEDUCED PRICES.
WE HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST
variety and beat selected assortment of Gas
IMxtnree In Cincinnati, consisting of all that is new
or desirable in the Gas Fixture line. . . i
We warrant every Future we sell to be eqnal.botb
In materiel aud finish, to any that Is sold In this o
any other market, and in addition will gnarant' t
them to retain their oolor aud remain perfect fc five
years from the time they are put up by us.
Call, see, and examine our stock, ' '
i . McHENBI A CARSON.
Ir21-ciu .. , ., 162 Main street, near Fourth
ROOFING! ROOFING!
The: outcaZt elastic me
tallic HOOFING" Is offered to the publio
aa the best and cheapest Metal Boot now used, Its
merit tested by an experience of years In this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
buildings. No solder need fastened securely with
out exposure to the action of the elements.
Prepared sheet, boxed for shipment to any part of
the United States, can be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
. CALDWELL 00,
Jylt-tf . ,; 182 West Second street.
i'. , DR. JSAM'Ii SILSBEE
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
THS BKiIN, BHEUMATISM, DISEASES OP
WOMEN, and such Chronic complaint a may be
benefitted by the Hygyenlo and Atmopathio system
of hi office. , -
Vapor, Solphor, Iodln, Arsenic, Mercury, Tur
kish, Bussian and Ilectro-Onemlcal Baths, a SI
pensaryof Medlolns, and every manner of Electric
and slat nstio Apparatus. . ., ,
:f :f -v H0,W WIST BIITH-8TBEET. , : -'
' sf-Amna hears A. M. to P. M an 19-tfl
JEWELRY.
.r"r;;r.,n.i-p.'"EiiiAS
, Hew . Wholesale I :
WITtn&JBWELMlIOn
16 West Fourth Street.
Where oan b had very artlole appertaining to tba
Business at a much les price, for CASH, than
has ever before been offered in this market.
" GIVE US A CALL
And see for yourselves. , . aptf
,.WM . WH I TAKER
JEWELER,
Ho. MX H. B. Oor. riftb and Lodge street, betw
' ,:. watunt auu iiw, viuuiuuaii,
AfoodassortmentofSILVEBandPLATBDWABl,
BPEOTACLS, etc.. kept constantly on hand.
' Bpeclal attention giv.n to Cleaning and Sepairlng
vaeiina.wirT. , mriu
BEGGS St SMITH, No. 6 Wert 4th Bt.
si EE NOW HEOEIVINO ADDITIONS TO
jrm. thefr lar assortment pf VVatchea, Jewelryi
Bilvarwar ana iiamonaa.
A to asaortmsnt of Plated Tea Sat and Cutlery
and Opera Glasses., 7U
mriLLIAM CWNEY ATTORNEY
w AT liJLVfiUnass auuuiugs, no. ssrsninira
treat. -
INSURANCE.
BY" STATE AUTHORITY.
Incorporated 181 9TCiiarter Perpetual
sTAgerry esUbllshedl Clnolnnatlln 1833, an.
wlatinar all vreaont local lnsnrance OomTmnlea. nit
Agenole lu the insurance bnslness In thl city. 83
year oonf ant duty here, oomhined with wealth, ex
perience, enterprise and liberality, especially com
mend the AiTNA Insurance Company to the favora
ble patranaire of this commnnls, etandlns solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of 18'i3. ,
Losaea paid In Cincinnati during past Flra
Vear, 15,034 7.
Cash Capitall.000,000.
ABSOLUTE AND DNIM PAIRED. I WITH A
SUHPLfJH OK i,030,423 SO.
And the pre tigs of 40 years snooessand eapeatence.
, . IWVXSTMgHTg ov
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
iipwakdr nv ii'i.tinn.nnfi. IjIihmka
slave been paid by the tna Insuranc Company In
i ine pastav years. .:
Fir and Inland Navlaallou. Bisks accented
at terms consistent with solvency and fair pro Bis.
Especial attention given to Insnranoe of Dwellings
auu ik
Contents, for terms of 1 to ov
Annllcation made to auv dnlv .nthortzed Aaent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
imate insurauce onsiness, tun uompany is enabled
tooilerbothindemnlty for the past aud security for
luomturo, r iicinissueu wuuuumuiay Of
jab. u. v a Kit, Agent, no, 40 Main street.
A. V. PATO i. Assistant Agent.
B. K. 11UD ET, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.. HOOKA I, Agent. Pulton. 17th Ward, ant
CONSOLIDATION
or
Fire aud Marine Insurance Agencies
'.'!.,,,; or THE ... -
MAIIIMCE CO,,
OF IIAKTFORD, CONN.
Offloes: Nog. 171 Vina and 40 Main-itrects
0IN0IHHATI.
Cash Capital
...$1,000,000 00
..J,030,423 80
Assets.
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
inform their friends and patrons that they have
thl day enteted into partnership, under the name
and stylo of OAKTEtt A LINDSKT, as the Fire and
marine insurance Agents ot tne jtma insursce
Company, of Hartford. Conn., and have therefore
consolidated their separate Agencies, For the con
venience of their customers and others, they con
tinue both offices. No. 171 Vine and No. 40 Main
street, where they will be pleased to hear from their
friends, and trust thnt thepatronago that has hitherto
been so liberally bcsioweci to each will not diminish
by the union thus formed.
C411TER ifc LINDSKY. ,
JAMES H. CARTER, 1 , . a....
HKNRYK.LTNI
DSEY. m
Cincinnati, November 1, 1839.
:v noiam
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. D. DAY & CO.,
MflnnfActiirPTi hh4 Dralera in
PRINTING PRESSES,
(BOTH HAND AND l'OYVEB.) '
And nil lduils nl Prliitlng material, No.
17,1, 1? nnd m West Hecond-slrcet,
' ' CINCINNATI, OHIO.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
to nnr M El AL JnllllKR. Within the last
eighteen months we have introduced them into four
teen iilYerent States of the Union, wlih the greatest
satisfaction to the parlies purchasing. The power Is
applied tontfae oenior of the platen ; consequently
there is no. p-'sslliillty of its springing from any
? mount of prcKHurn. The motion Is so tranamitted
o it as to caiiee a dwell on the point of contact with
the form, Ib.urlna A l'EBFEOT IMI'UKSSION at
a high rate of speed.
Printers in want of the BEST JOBBER should
not nurchuR elnewhere without fflvinc this an ex
amination. They are strong, durable and rapid, and
are WARRANTED to give the most entire satis
faction, -tii noS
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
Important Improvement!
WELLS' PATENT
FOLDING SPRING AUTRESS
WXIOHB ONLY 63 LB9I M ANUFAOTUBED,
WHOLESALE AND BETA1L, BY
BENNETT & CO.,
jyU-am Bvcamore street, below Fifth.
HALL'S PATENT, .
THE MOST RELIABLE FIRE AND
BURGLAR PBOOF BAFE8. They have given
more satisfaction than any other now in use.
W e offer a reward of ONE THOUSAND DOI
LARS to any person that can, up to the present
time, show a single Instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their contents. .
With this HAFH ws shalleng all competition, ai
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fin
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing ti
test with any establishment in the Onion, and th,
party falling first, to forfeit po the other, the son
ofjlooo.
Wear, prepared to furnish a better Bale, and at lee
cost, than any other manufacturer In the Up Iter
BUtos.
Second-hand Safes of other makers, also on hand
WereeDKtfullr invito the nubile to call and exam
las our stooa Deior purcnasing eisewnere.
augl2-ayf
unuu, vauDvuu m uv..
No. Is and 17 East Columbia strert.
GLASGOW AND NEW YORK '.
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
8T1AM TO OLASOO . .iilYBRPOOL, BELFAfTl
DUBLIN AN LONDONDIBBY
...... , , FOB 830. .
.. ;. I ro w toaa.i ;. , ;
glnsaow, Thomson.Wednesday, Ang. 14. at 11 aoM
dlabargh,Cojnmlng.,Wedneuay, June I, "
Slaaaow, Thomson...., , Jul6, '
dlnburgh.Cumming.. ' 1 " :Juljr27,"
nao OLaaaow. " '
ftdlabargri. Oammlng...Btnrday, Mayf
Blaaaaw, Thomson...Wednday, July! ,
Kdtaaaraa,unniming. . jniyx.
Bates of Parage from New York. Philadelphia o
Boston, to Glasgow, Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin o
Londonderry, Sretolass, Steerage, found wit)
aa abundance of properly -cooked provisions, fUO.
j Auexperlenced Surgeon attached to achteamr
No charge for medicine. .
For Freighter Paae,applv to .
p37 ByBERTCBAlG, It Broadway.
l mtBmmsM
RAILROADS.
Commencing May 22, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THBOUGH WITHOnT OHAMGK OF 0AB8. ,
Two Daily Tram lor Vincennea, Cairo and lit.
Louis, at 9:00 A. M.,and:30P.M. ' " p'
Three Dally Trains for Louisville, at 9:00 A. M . '
MP.Mand8:P.M. ; J'Mi '" ,'
One Train for Kvansvllle at 8:30 P. H', ! V vl . '
The Trains connect at Bt. Louis for all points in
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Quincy and Keo. '
It uk; utst. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vlcksbnrg.
Natche and New Orleans. , , .
One Through Train on Sunday at 8:90 P. H.'
Bxtvxnimo Fast Line Leave East Bt. Louis,
Sundays excepted, at 0:40 A, M arriving at Clncln.
nsti at 10:10 V. M.
Expanse Train Leaves East St. Louis dally at 3:10
P.M., arriving at Cincinnati at S:48 A.M.
' FOK. TUBOUUH TICKETS '
To all points West and South) please apply at the
offices. Walnut-street Bouse, between Sixth and
Beventh-streots, No. I Burnet House, corner offloe,
north-west corner of Front and Broadway, Spencer
House Ohlce.and at the Depot, corner Vrontand Mill
streets. W. 11. CLKMENT.Qon'l. Superintendent.
Omnibuses call for passengers. oc29
JUNE 20. 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton. RAILROAD
FOUR DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THH
Sixth-street Depot.' ' i
Trains run through to Indlsnapolla, Lima, Baa.
dusky and Cleveland without chang. of cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North,
ern aad North-westorn cities.
A. III. KXPiLKHM TRAIN Columbus time,
which is seven minutes faster than Oinolnnatir-l'ur
Cleveland and Pittsburg, via Delaware, makes close
conneot on at Oreetllne for Plttsborg, Baltimore,
Philadelphia and New York; and at Cleveland tor
Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston and New York. Alao.oou
nects at Dayton with Dayton and Michigan Boad for
Troy. Pldua, Sidney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit. Fort
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Toledo at J:30, Detroit
at J:M, and Chicago at 7:20 P.M., Uulncy and Galena
aw A.M. Also, at Dayton with (Ireenvifle and M I ami
Boad, for Greenvlllo, Union, Winchester aud Mun.
cle. also, connects at Richmond with Indiana Cen
tral Koad, for Indianapolis, Lafeyette,! 'bicago, Terr
Haute, Bt. Louis, aud all Western clt.is. Also, at
Richmond with Cincinnati and Chicago Bead, for
Anderson, Kokomo and Pern. Also, connect with
Junction Railroad at Hamilton for Oxford.
,8 A.M. MAIL TUAIN For Dayton, Spring,
field and Sandusky Connects at Sandusky with
STEAMER for DETROIT: at UttBANAforOOLDM
BUS; at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayneand Chi
cago Koad, Eaat and West; at Clyde with 0. and To.
letto Boad for Cleveland and Buffalo, Toledo, Detroit
and Chicago. This train also connects at DELA
WARE with the 0.,0. A 0. Boad for Cleveland and
points East; also connects at Hamilton wlthjonction
Railroad for Oxford.
4i30 P. IH. THAIN For Dayton, Springfield
and Bellefontaine: Counsels at Richmond for In.
dianapolls, Terre Haute, St. Lonit and Chicago.
Also, connects with Junction Bailtoad at Hamilton
for Ox ford. .
6 P. M. TRAIN For Dayton, Troy, Pique, Bid.
ney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wayne and CM.
cago, reaching Chicago at 8 A. M.
r The 6 and 8 A. M. tgaln connect at Cleveland
with steamers for Buffalo.
For further information and Ticket, apply at the
Ticket offices north-east cornsr Front and Broad,
way; No. 159 Walnut-strsot, near Gibson House; at
the new Ticket Office, oi (lie west side cf Vine-street,
between Postofnceand Bornet House; at the WalnuV
Street Hone, or at the Blxtb-street Depot.
aula D. McLAKBM, Superintendent,
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
minonimMBBBBi
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
' Four Trains Daily.
Til RE IS THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Train No. 1 Is pi ess. at 8 A. M., connects via
Columbus aud Cleveland, via ('olnmbus, Crestline and
Pittsburgh, via Columbiu, Steubenville and Pitts
burgh, Tlelroitvia Cleveland aud ntasmer. This Train
stops, oetween Cincinnati and Columbus, at Love.
lead, Deerfleld, Morrow, Xenla, Cedarville, South
'jharletlon, London and West Jeffersou.
becond TvaJu No. i Express, at 8:30 A. 11., connect
via Columbus, Bellair and Kenwood; Wheeling; via
Colnmbns,Steulienvilleaud Pitta burg: via Columbus,
Crestline and l'itteburg: via Columbus and Cleve.
land; Detroit, via Cleveland and steamer: W hits 8nl.
phnr Station, via Spriugfleld. This Train stops be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, at Plaiuville, Mil
ford, Mlaniiville, Loveland, Deerueld, Morrow, Oor
win, Spring Valley, Xenla and London.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:i0 P. M for
Oolunibus and Springfield.
Fourth Train Nifbt Express, at 11:80 P.M.; con
nects viaColuinbns, Bellair and Benwood; Wheeling:
via Columbus, Steubenville and Pittsburg; via Co
lumbus, Crestline aod Pittsburg: via Columbus and
Cleveland. This train stops at Loveland, Morrow,
Corwin, Xenla and London. SLEEPING CABS ON
IBIS TRAIN.
No. 1 Express, thronghtoOlevelandwlthoatohang
ofcars.
No.IIxpreaa, through to Wheeling without change
ofcars.
The NIGHT EXPRESS Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:80 P. M runs daily, except SATURDAYS. Th
ether Trains run daily, sxoopt SUNDAYS.
For all iuformatlon, and Through Tickets to Bos
ton, New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing,
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Olevelaud,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
apply at the Offices, Walnut Street House, No. I Bur
net House, south-east cornor ol Broadway and Front
streets, and at ths Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which It seven mln
ate faster than Cincinnati time.
, ; J. DTJBAND. Bup't.
aMrtgnlc0'
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO.
AND THE NORTHWEST,
VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Only On Chang of Van hetuttn Owcwtaahi
. anol Chicago.
Three Passenger TralnsloaveOlnolnnatl daily, fros
thefootof Mill and Front streets. -
6:50 A. M.-Chlcago Mail arrlres at Indianapolis at
10:30 A.M.; Chicago at 7:26 V, M. This train con
neots with all night train oat of Ohioego, for th
West and North-west, .
19:00 M. Terre Haute aud Layfayette Aocommodar
Hon arrive at Indianapolis, at 6:09 P. M., making
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terre Haute
Trains and Indianapolis and Lafayette train for
Decatur, Springfield, Naples, Ciuiucy, Hannibal and
Bt. Joseph; also with Peru train for Pern, Ft. Warn
aud Toledo.
:00 P.M. Chicago Express arrives at Indianapolis
at 10:30 P. M.; Chicago at 7:40 A.M. Making cles
connection at Chicago with all morning train out
of Chicago. This train connects at Indianapolis
with Terre Haute trains for all point West ana
Northwest.
Sleeping cars are attached tc all th night tral-
on this line, and run tUioagk Ao Chicago without
change of oar. . .- : i,, ...... , .
Thial exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with farerable and reliable arrangement
with all connectlrv roads throughout ths entire
West, guarantee unusual cars and Ike amplest ac
commodations to the patrons ol this line.
T-Be sure yon are In the rlgtit ticket office before
yon purchase your tickets, and ask for ticket via
Lawrenoeburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same aa by any other root.' Baggsg
checked through.
THROUGH TICKETS, good until used, can be ob
tained at the ticket offices, at Spencer House Corner,
llU.IU-Ca. WISH iHIMUR. BU Jl niUlj flil. 1 UI
j net House Corner; at the W alDnt-street Hon, and
at Depot office, foot of Mill, os Front itreet, where
an necessary inionnaiion may do naa, ' '
Omnlbnsse run to and from each train, vat w
call lot passengers at all hotels and all part of tba
city, b leaving address at either office. r-
W. H. C. NOBIS.
pjyM1; vmi; general Tloket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
i?raiT,urh Route for
i
'
MyettV -4
. . CHICAGO,
LOGANS TOBTi
PEBU,
KOBT WATN1.
TWO DAILY THB0V8HTBAINS leave Blztli itreet
Depot, at A. M. and 4t80 P. M.
8 A. M. INDIA NAFULIS, 81'. 10DI8 k 0HI0A
00 FAST EXPKESS.-Through direct, making close
connections for all other Western and North-w estern
points. This Train also connects at Blchmond wita
Cincinnati and Ohioago Boads, rbr Anderson, Koko.
moLogansport, ana all porata on Wabash Taller
.raftS.'M.-TWTlTAllAPOTjTfli.DinOAOO A ST.
LOUIS NIGHT BXPBBHtV-The above Trains make
close connections at India, lapolls, Lafayotteand Ohl-
nun. with Train, ror Terre name. DDrineneia. kock
island. Galeaburg, Kenosha, La Crosse, Jacksonville,
uanviue, uurungioa. J.fcmi "apies.
Galena, (Julney, Prairie do Ohlsn, Paaa. Peoria,
Dnnlelth. Ilacln., Decatur, Blocmlngton, Jollet, La
8li.Dt,Paul,aud aU town andoltie in the North
yl-wsp TUiuugh Tiokets glvsn and Baggng checked
througn.- M
ror ruriner miorawiwn ana innrafa ncaen, p.
ply to Ticket OffloesLriorth-eatt corner ot Front aniK'
Broadway; No. 16 Walnut street, near Fourth; at
soatb-east oornsr of Foarth and, via itreet, or at
the Blxth-itreet Depot.
D. H. MOBBOW, "npoi.'ntendent.
OmnlbosM will call for pessena n or keavlng their
namw at either cftheTleket Oilo-, '
IN. rw.H.TMMH.Agut.

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