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T HE PRE S S.
orvioi, 14 wm Fonti-cnm.
ATTJKDAV-
...NOVBMBER 5
A LOVER'S "SCRUTER-NUTIC" LAMENT.
MENT.
I mourn, I mourn, I know not why,
J feci matt thandarlug queer;
I do not feel pain U o'er.
But feel it moet atom .
Mr mourning ain't for relative
Defunct and turned to clay
It'e something worse I mourn bsoau
My bally Ann's away. .
She's uft In old Ooaneotlcnt,
Where virtue'! bound to shine;
Where beauty laais full thirty year .... , .. ;
Without the lent decline.
There young men oever raking go,
Exospt it' raking hay:
I know U' ll rmht, ret I moira
'Ceo Sully Ann e away.
The snn don't shin, aa 't w to did. ..
The moon a mushroom seems;
The Naiads all hare gouetoeltB . i , ;
Beetd. the sluggish streams. , ,
I somstlmee counterfeit a laugh -
To maks folks think I'm gayv: :-r
TT Ot the MBDMB-MCtlO tad. ..., ) , .
For Sally Ann's away. i.
Peuhei don't test, like paoha now, '''
1 don't know pork from veal; 1 ,
Moonshine, ormtuhaod milk for ma -. ,t,
Would anawer for a meal.
There's Peggy, ihough-h'll sheer me up-
I'll visit her to-day,
And make arrangement! for th time
That Sally Ann' awayl
John Phœnix in the Ladies' Car.
John Phosnix, the inimitable wit, thus
telli en incident connected with a ride
on the New York Central Railroad. He
relates it in a letter to the Knickerbocker
Magasine, and pats it on rejord to Bene
as a caution to future innoc jnt travelers.
He esys: . ;
"I had observed at eaoh change of the
oars, and they were frequent, when the
general scramble took place, one ear was
defended from the assault ly a stalwart
man, usually of stalwart persuasions,
who, deaf to menaces, uusoftened by
bribes, maintained his post for the benefit
of the 'leddies.'
" 'Leddies' oar, sir, av you please, . for
red oar for gintlemen without leddies.'
"Need I say that this oar was the most
comfortable of the train, and with that
stern resolve whioh ever distinguished
me in the disoharge of my duty coward
my self I determined to get into it So
when we ohanjjed cars atUtioa, I rushed
forth and seeing a nice young person
with a pretty faoe, bonnet and shawl,
and a large portmanteau, urging her way
through the crowd, I stepped up by her
side, and with my native graoe and gal
lantry, offered my arm and assistance.
Tbey were gratefully aooepted, and proud
of mysuooess, I urged my fair charge np
to the platform of the ladies' oar. My
old enemy was holding the door.
"Is this your lady, sir?"
"With an inward apology to Mrs Phoe
nix for the great injustice done to her
charms, I replied yes.
Judge of my horror when this low em
ployee of a monopolising company , said
with the tone and manner of an old ac
quaintance: '
11 Well, Sal, I guess you've done well,
Int I don't think his family will, think
much of the matoh?."
Omnnra too Mum. A green good
natured,, money-making, up-country, fel
low, who said everything dryly, . "got
things fixed" and struok up a bargain for
matrimony, i Having no particular regard
for appearanees, the parties agreed to
employ a not over-wise country justioe to
put on the taoklinsr. He commenced the
ceremony by remarking that "it was cus
tomary on suon occasions to commence
with a prayer, but he believed that he
would omit that", After tying the knot
he said, "it was oustomary to cive the
married oouple some advioe, but he be
lieved he would omit that It waa ous
tomary, too, to kiss the bride, but he be
lieved be would omit that also. The
ceremony being ended, the bridegroom
took the justice by the button-hole, and
-1 1 J! 1! ' .1
oiappiDg nn linger on nis nose, saia:
"Squire it's oustomary to give the magis-
trnto five dollars but I b lieve I II omit
that"
(-"That whioh thou hast to do, do
it wita all tny mignt, said a olergyman
to his son, one morning. "So I did, said
Bill, witn an enthusiastic gleam in his eye.
"Ah I what was it darling?" and the fa
ther's fingers ran through his offspring's
curls' " Why, I whalloped Jaok Edwards
till he yelled like blue blazes. You
should just have heard him holler dad."
The father looked unhappy while he ex
plained to him that the precept did not
apply to an aot like that
5SA young lady at a ball was asked
by a lover of serious poetry whether she
had seen Crabbe's Tales?
"Why, DdV' she answered, ' I did not
know that aiftbs had tails." '
"I beg yesjr pardon, Miss," said he, "I
mean have yon read Crabbe's Tales?" '
"And I assure you, sir, I did not know
that red orabs, or any other crabs, had
tails." , ,
S3TA gentleman thought he'd like
something painted in the hall of a new
house, and ohose the Israelites passing
over the Bed Sea. He engaged an Irish
man for the job, who went to work
and painted the hall red. Gentleman
enters. , . , ,.
"Nice color, H., but where are the' Is
raelites?" :; .
"Oh, they've passed over I" "
abetoeieaeSeMeMMeVna-vea-laaMM,! I
IfirYou know, Madam, that you can
not make a purse out of a sow's ear."
"Oh, eir, please fan me., I have inti
mations of a swoon. When you use that
odious specimen of vulgarity again, olothe
it in refined phraseology! Yon should
say it is impossible to fabricate a pecu
niary rsoeptacle from the aurioalar organ
of the softer aex of the genus hog." ,
' aMevaweMawaa4aakaam.Mn
CoinoiL ' Iitnooihci. An exohange
Bays a little ohild had made a stool, no
two of the legs of whioh. were of a length.
While trying In vain to make it stand
upon toe Boot, ne looxea into nis mow
er's face and asked, "Does God see every
thing?" "Yes, my child," "WelL" re
i
lied the son, ' I guess he will laugh when
e sees this sto&E" ; f
"'T11 tell yoV what," eaid a vender
ofocenei K?ZJZ
t.m8r "for the last I boug. of jou were
Haul uulua.ouo.
What possessed you to marry
thatdowdyr' laid a mother to her .on.
"Because yon always told me to pica
hw. i mother" was the dutiful
wife like my mother, was
piy.
'in.,
Thb SaQtraL Our readers have all
heard the story of soaping the clergyman'
tin-horn at camp-meeting so that when
he went to call the congregation together,
he blew the "soft soap" over his brother
olergymen, and how he exclaimed:
"Brethren,! have served the Lord thir
ty rears and in that time have sever ut-
- J I'll V J rl
terea a proiane wuru, uut inn u
if I can't whip the man that soaped that
howl" i- -!. : ,i
Our readers, we ssy, have all heard this,
but have perhaps never the sequel as given
us yesterday by a gentleman present '
. Some two days after; a tall, swarthy,
villainous-looking desperado strolled on
the grounds and leaned against a tree, lis
tening to the eloquent exhortation to re
pent, which was being made by ' the
preacher. After a while he became in
terested, finally afeoted, and then took a
position on the anxious seat, and with hie
faoe between his hands commenced groan
ing in "the very bitterness" of his sorrow.
The olergyman walked down and endeav
ored to oonsole him. . No consolation he
.was too great a sinner, he said, , Oh, no;
there was pardon for the vilest No; he
was too wicked there was no meroy for
him. '
i "Why, what crime have you com
mitted?" said the benevolent preaoher
"have you stolen?"" r .
"Oh, worse than thatl"
, 'IWhatl have you by violenoe robbed
female innooenoe of its virtue?"
"Worse oh, worse than that I"
"Murder, is it?" gasped the horrified
preaoher. '
"Worse than thatl" groaned ttie smitten
sinner.: , .
The exoited preaoher commenced "peel
ing off" his outer garment
"Here, Brother Cole I" shouted he
"hold my coat I've found the fellow that
soaped that hornl , , .
Br a Fostbk. A stage driver, in so
liciting passengers, naturally uses the
words ot Ucero era in oMiBtrs. .
Song of La Mountain "Oh I aint I
glad I's out of the wilderness.
A book lor uatnouos a. rope's &ssey
on Man. . '
New Work on Oysters "Out of .the
depths," '
7 A green-looking fellow hailed the
Flushing omnibus driver, as he was dash
ing down Pearl-street, recently, with,
"Goin' to Flushing?"
' "Yes," said Jehu, reigning up his
horses. '
"Well,, so I thought!" responded the
gawkey, and passed quietly on.
JtA man has ashrewed suspicion that
age has overtaken him when he keeps as
suring you that he feels as young as ever,
and he doesn't know but younger. Poor
fellow! he whistles to keep his courage
up; but, alas) he cannot reoall youth as
he calls his pointer with a whistle. .
JPaTAn old lady said her husdand was
very fond of peaches, and that was his
only fault . "Fault madam?" said one;
"how can you oall that a fault?" "Why,
beoause there are different ways of eating
them, sir. My husband takes them in the
form of brandy."
""SSS"
Qr"Brethren," said an aged preacher
at a revival meeting. "I fear I must com
pare some here to my orop of corn and
potatoes for you have eyes and see not,
ears have ye and hear not"
EQfTom Moore said to Peel, on look
ing at the picture of an Irish orator "you
oan see the very quiver of his lips."
"Yes" said Peel, "and the 'arrh's coming
out of it"
MISCELLANEOUS.
MADAMS ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUND
at laat jtut what the Ladlea hare lent needed
and looked for in rain, the Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine Ellilr la warranted to cure all dli
euoa of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kldneya, the Orarlea, and the Urethra.
Prolapsus or Falling of the Womb, raloful Menatro.
atlon, Chlorosis. Amenorrhea: in fact, a perfect core
it guarrauteed bribe useof from two to fire bottlei
of the Elixir, of anr disease whaterer of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organi, of male pr female, no
matter of how longstanding. Price fl per Bottle.
Madame ELLItf otlls particular attention to the
following Oard of one of the most prominent Drag
gists of Cincinnati.
"TO TBI PtJBLlO.PtDTHt 1lniU IK PaITICULIE.-
We, the undersigned, are not la the habit of giving
oar name to Patent Medlclues; but knowing well the
Lad Physician, and the medicine called the Utsrine
ElUIr, wo cheerful !r recommend it to all females
satlering from Female Diseases of anr kind; it Is
purely vegetable, and in no case can do Injury; we
say to aU try, and onr word for It. yon will and it-Uot-
f. D. HILL, Druggist,
sepfl "Oornerof fifth and Uace-etreeta."
MADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH 8IMTJ
LATINO O0CQH AND LIVKB BALSAM
cures, without fail, paint In the Brunei, Sack,
Side or Limbs; Oouihs, Oblds, Hoarseness, Dill
onlty of Breaihlng, lleadacbe, Viataiency, Heart
burn, Cbroaic Bheumatism, BlUlona Obwllo, Cramp
Ohollc, Griping Pains of the Bowel s, Dullness,
Stupor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, land in Pain
ful Menstruation It Is certain cure, and gives
immediate relief. In any of tbe aJbove diseases
it will give relief in twenty mlnntos, and a perma
nent cure by the tueortwo bottles. OnlyCOeents
per bottle-so cheap that every person can get It.
N. B.-ror sale jt. D, HILL, Drongist, corner
of Race and Fifth-streets: J. D. PARK, corner of
Fourth and Walnut; 8UIHE. ECKHT KIN 4 Co.,
corner Tine and Fourth; JOHN DIUKHuN, corner
of John and sixth; PAUL BEIMLCIN. corner ol
Eighth and Freeman. Alao, 1CDWABD SCAN LAN
A j corner of Main and Fourth; and Madame
ELLIS, 24 East Fourth. aep27-ay
DR. SAWL SII.SBEE
ESPECIALLY TEEAT8 DI8EA8E8 OF
TBI BKIN, BHtUMATIBM, DI8EABE9 01
WOMEN, and inch Ohronto complaints as may be
benefitted by the Brgyenle and Atmopatblo sysUm
of his office, . . i .
Vapor, Balphur, Iodine, Amnio, Mercury, Tur
kish, Busslan and Electro -Chemloal Baths, a Dig
penury of Medloina, and every manner of Klsctrlc
and Magnetic Apparatus.
,0. 67 WIST SIXTH -BTBXETV
VOffloe henrt A. M. to S P. M anlt-tt)
O AND Y I CANDY
NTss OLAHK,
Maniimeturers and WholesUeDIn
-iir- '
IINB AND FUIN CANDIES,
- " ' . -
M MAIM STBBET, CIHCIHKATI
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attisodatist oonesndd so ltus uwmaJ0e
iaeqf-ejjininio) pm itai-tuH 'ioq 'j -sj
'oo 2? asiittVH m 'xw
MSiioa PW seuisnj siqwjjo J '-Of 'Snmsa
qtoiOSn)ra . i JUO(jj 'seaiqss tv tnmfl -siea
anj aepna puviedda qtoq Cpnos yna) -semuf-wr
ho BNoais ni da xad 'sazia 11 T
'sum P39.I pire uaoo
"ititc lacnoTiii:
Samoa pui SiqpuiJf eiqvjjoj
ALEZAHDEB J0KN3TO3T,
UOTION AND COMMISSION MER-
GHAMT lila.mmiiNn T)lnl.etnu
ill attend to tbe ulna nf
Proaartv. Drv QtniAa. HiinlnM. Mat. Unn,a uhnaM
Groceries. Fnrnllnre, etc. Saving procured the
arrises of aoompatent salesman, all business will
meet with dispatch and prompt returns. Viuh ad
van est) made on foods for pnbllo sales. Consign
in sots solicited. Safer to merchants generally,
loelt-anj
BUSINESS CARDS
: 'i- ' ... ' ;
' . " ' ' ' ' '! J..
Sk Cents a IFceli!
- ... i'. . ., '.'.li, ;
Fays for tbe Fenny Press.
1 ' . ,1;
IXo. 14 Wcit rourth-gtret3t.
.1.1 V ui ( n .
HENRY DAVED
No. 978 MAIN-STREET
BETWEEN SIXTH AND BEYEHTH, ' '
JJJAKUKACTURER AND IMPORTER
Soaps, Perfumery, Fnnoy Goods, cVo.,
Wblch I will sell cheaper than any other place In
the city. You will find a large assortments EX
TRACTS at 2i cents per bottle. ocU
RICHARD KEEDF,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
No. 17 Statsvitreet, Colambaa, Ohio.
sHT Agent for the WEEKLY DOIEMTIFIO ABT
ISA. . ocll -am
RAILROAD HOTEL.V
. (Fronting the Steamboat Landing.) . ,
North-east Corner Broadway aiid Front.
. OWOWBATI, OHIO. ,
a. F. IBVEEHTO, Proprietor.
' 007 -cm
mo PROCJRB THE VERY BEST
STENCIL MARKING PLATB
That can be made In the city goto .
313. IVI. POWEIliS,
U6 Walnnt-at., bet. Third and Foartha
i Meat door to tbe Slasonlo Temple.)
'. has three Diplomas awarded him for th
best work ocT-am
Book Binding
IN ALL ITS BRANCHKS, NO. 8 EAST
Fourth-street, between Main and Broamore, Cin
oinnatt. sMTHe-bindlng In every style, MnsK Books neat,
ly and durably bound. 0. UBOPPEB.
rjy-Sm1 ;
" D. DE FOREST,
Book Binder and Paper Ruler,
Third story Times Building, will do alt work In hi
line with neatness and dispatch. . jy2S-b7
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
MawCTaorcaiM akd Dianai w
FURNITURE, CHAIRS, AND AH
kinds of JUattressos and Beddlnf , at the old
stand, No. 134 Sycamore-street, east side, between
Fuurtb and Fifth -streets, seventh store above
Fourth-street, Church Pews lined and onahloned,
All orders promptly attended to. ool-om -
ANDERSON A HANNAEORD.Arcriltect,
Manohoster Building, . .
8. W. corner Third ud SyeBmora SM .' .
)yl 01HOIMHATI, OHIO.
PUIiLAN tfc WILLI AMdON, !'
Ut the old stand of Pollen, HatSeld A Brown,) ,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
Ho.SS WEST 8EC0HDBT.,
mwh pollui. formerly of Pullsn, Hatfield a Brown
a.s. wiluahsom, nrM-AJW
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OP BAR, SHEET
and Boiler Iron, Plow Slabs, Railroad Spikes
Kto. Also, Agenta for the sale of Ironton Star Hails
Ware rooms Bo. 1 East Second Street, Olnclnnat 1
W All kinds Iron made to order.
US
WWDIBT STL. T
L. BYL & OOn
CLEANERS OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. 99 Biztb-street, between Tine and Race, In
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persona who
may favor us with their patronage, oan rely on punc
tuality and low prices. - sepl-ay
B. EITTREDGE & CO.
134 MAIN 8TBEET. CINCINNATI, 0.
KITREDQE & FOLSOM,
65 Bt. Charles street, New Orleans, La,
Importer! af Guns Ac Sporting Apparatast
AND DIALIM IM 8C rOWDIE.
Boots and Shoes JuBt BeceiTed,
J. H. DETEBSt
Mo. 93 West Fourth-Street,
HAS JUST RECEIVED A SPLENDID
assortment of the renowned Philadelphia
BOO IS and SHOES, for men's wear. Call and see
them. cm
J. J. BUTLER'S
Fsicelsior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory, 39 Vina L H
DENTAL CARDS.
0. I01MAU. ' a. gum
BONBALL & SMITH,
DENTISTS,
No. 118 Wot! Slxth.atrta t, '
CINOnTNATI. sajl-om
J e TA.FX.
(Buocessor to Enowlton a) Tail.) .
DENTIST,
Mo. M West Foarth 8u, bet. Walnut it Vina
' CINCINNATI, OHIO.
epM .
s. L. BA1U.MI. st. n. ssnn.
No. a Weet Voorth RU
IT3
g. WASDU.
I. POOOSTT.
DS8, WARDLE & DOUGHTY, ;
33 33 3ST T I m T J3 ,
Otto No. 1S8 Weet Fourth itrotL 1
flfNOTHNATT. OHIO
MEDICAL CARDS,
DR. WILSOIT, v; i
A GRADUATE OF EOINBURO, SCOT
LAND, and well known In this city for bit
professional skill In tbe treatment of Privet Die.
eases of slther sex, has removed his ofllce from Mot
West Fourth-street to No. 331 Walnut, between
Eighth and Ninth. Tbe Doctor, from the earliest
pericd of bis professional career, has made this meet
important branch of medicine bis exclusive spa.
ciallty, devoting all his powers of mind and time in
perfecting his treatment as far aa th. Immense pro.
gress in tneee diseases makes it desirable. The Doo
or has also engaged an eminent and general vrao
tlttoner of thia city, with whom be may consult,
with tbe consent of the pati.ut, should the gravity
of tbe case demand It. Persons at a distance ad
dressing tbs Doctor for advioe will please Inclose a
postage stamp. Addrres DR. J. W I LION,
nozn No 8JI VTalnot-etrsot. Cincinnati.
Re S. NEWTON, M. D.,
- i ... i
Office, 90 Weit Seventh Street, !
' :'- " ' v Jm r,w.i t
IBTWMg mri AID BAOt. " i l' 108
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Omos He. M West Boventh street, between Tina
and Baoe. Bssti)scs-No. 6 Seventh street, be
wten Walnnt and Vine. Omoi llouas-7M. to M
A, M. Ut to P. M.iTf to s P. M.
SEWINa, MACHINES.
Tbe Latest' IinproTement
, ; Baowrs snuTTtB ,i ',;
SEWING MACHINES!
MANUFACTURED - BY i THE OHIO
Sewing Machine Company, 40 West Fourth,
street, exprwsly adapted for Family Use. Drees Mak
Ing, (Salter rittlng and Tailoring. Warranted to
give perfect satisfaction or the money returned. Do
not fall to examine before purchasing, Xxtrain.
r. Ttrtnww
no44m
0 West Foorih-strest.
BARTIiETT?S
. : Patent improved 'f Novelty !', 4
FAMILY - i .v.
SEWING MACHINES!
' ' 1 - , .
.- ''""Pi'loes of"0'1 : i '
H A N D 'MA CHIN E ,
' ! :--'O0,:07, o.-i.v"i
TREADLE MACHINES, '
tlO. wle, MO. ",,V,Zf..:,.'l
I. ; ' !'' ''' f. ' ' l-.ta - i it.
THE "N0VE1TY" HAS NOW BE
OOMX one of the permanent and valuable 11a
cblnea of the day. The recent PREMIUMS and
DIPLOMA awarded to us at several of the late
FAIBS held la . ,-. ..,( f. ,. m. i
INDIANA, ILLINOIS AND MICHIGAN ,
And the large demand In OHIO, Is a sore evidence
of the appreciation of the merits of the " Novelty."
The increasing demand has Induced na to enlarge
onr manufacturing department, which will now ena
ble ns to fill all orders promptly. 1
Bales-room ana ueneni Depot, 40 oixin-sireei .,
SMT AO UN IS WAN I ED.
ocaeaw B. B. H0UG1N8, General Agnt.
LADD, WEBSTER oc CO.'S
' LOOK 8TIT0H ' ' .
' ''. ' 8EWINQ MACHINES, '
80 1 West Fourth-street,
Between visa and Wslnnt-streets, Ulnolnnaa.
KT Bend for a Circular. " 1 oata
REMOVAL.
WILTSEE BROTHERS,
' DlAIiIBfl IB .:
.."XiOTi-iHr.Guf's: '
Improved TwoTimded lock-Stitoh
lAmLYsmrnQMAcmm
35, $3Q:ad; 35. "J"'
; ':,;i,':iNo.8ainmi-ttreot,
I WILL EEMOTI, 6cT0BEB 1, TO
No. 0 West Fourth-street,'
. i ' . fkaa awn AkalM'' ' ' '
WILTl!5EEBUl
Aareatal''
OCl"
P. 0. Box 2,800, Qlnciiinatli O.
4J30. i ,30.
$30. . : 30.
Thirty-DolLar Double Lock-Stitoli .'
FMILYSEWIIMICBS
BIOUBID BT BICKNT LITTIB8 PATINT. .
THIS MACHINE HA3 BEEN - PKO
NOUNCXD br all eompeteut Judges, who
nave teen it, to ds tne oest aua most aesiranie r am.
Ily Bewlng Machine ever Introduced, reamrdleas
etf wrlce. It will sew all kinds of family goods,
from the very thickest to the very flnest fabrics made,
and uses allilndsof thread, from No. 8 to 200. .
ne oil la aaea en topol themacklne.
Bend for a oircnlar, or rail and see it in operation.
Cpon early application, SUteand Ooonty Bights may
Beseonred. ;. - 1 - -k
AneaeraetlO nersonean make a fortune In a short
time. Agent wanted tn all unsold territory. . ,
U. V. BIIKTMAN, '
Bcle and exclusive agent forth. United States, .
sepHfmr 9M West Fourth-otreot. (Jlncinnatl.
.SLQAT&CO.'
SEWING MAC niNlS;
QTITCHINd THE SAME ON ."BOTH
sides, leaving no ridge or chain, and lmposslbla
to raveU For speed, accuracy or sate of motion, tba
Xlliptlo Uaoblne If without a, rlvaL , . . , . ., ,
Cincinnati, Office 53 Wea Vawrth etrwet,
(sepMI i , .
Wt B. 0 ODDS, i
Formerly ctHall,Dodds ft Oo,; late Tjrban,Doddi Oc.
W. B. Dodd3 & Co., I
HAjrUTAOTTJlSM Of TBI '
CONORlilTE
Fire and Ilurglar Proof
Se We Corner of Tine A Second Street.
This Is the most reliable FTBB AND BUBOTjA
FBOOF 8AFB that Is made In the United States, and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Oan be sold
at lower prices, and Is of better workmanship than
oan be found elsewhere.
We have a large assortment on hand, and are d.
trained to sell at prioes that oannot fail to ilea, -
Old Safes
Taken la exchange. BEOOND-HAND BAFCB al-
ways on nana at extremely low prices. v7,
Q-as Fixtures,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
WE HAVE ON HAND THE IAR8BSI
variety and boat selected assortment of Oaa
Fixtures in Cincinnati, consisting of all thatl new
or desirable la the das Fixture line.
We warrant every Fixture we sell to be canal, botli
In material and nnlsh, to aoy that is sold in this a'
any other market, and in addition will guarantr 4
them to retain their color and remain perfect tcflr
years from the time they are pnt up by as.
Call, see, and examine out stock, ' 'ii
, MoUENBT 4 OABSON,
irtlm IM Main street, near Fourth
ROOFING ! ROOFING !
THE OUTCALT ELASTIC ME
TA1LI0 BOOFINa" Is offered to the public
as th best and obeapeet Metal Boof now used, Its
merits tested by an experlnnoe of years in thtscltr
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
building. No solder used tautened aecurely witht
ont exDosnre to the action of the eiement..
Frepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part of
tne unim Qieuee, win ve appiieu oy any one witn
ordinary mechanical akUlOeomp filled,
1 lyiMf '' ' -r, ' ' IM Weet Recnriil srmet
JEWELRY.
, II. P. EL1AS tc-,-New
'Wholesale
WATCH&JfiWfiLRTnOUSB
i 16 West Fourth Street.
Where oan be had every ertlole appertalnlnf to th
Bnslneai at a much leea price, for OABH, than
has ever before been otlered In this market.
QIVE U8 A, CALL
Andaeeforyonwelvea. ' , ' ' , ayii
;wm: whj taker
JIWILBB)
No. MX 8. H. Oor. Flfthand Lodge street, betwea
a(oodaaortntentofBILVBaandFLATIIWABB,
BPCUTAOLB, U., kept constantly on hand.
Special attention given to Cleaning and &epalrln
w wuuw Mil .cwmrj. . . my K.
BEGG8 stt SMITH, No. 9 Weit 1th Bt.
A BE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
A thelf lam aasortmeat of. Watchs. Jewelry,
DUWHS1S BU1U VJBWWUIh . ,
- ; At 1 ' '' I ) i
A flu asaortment of Plated Tea Bt and Ontlery
and Opera Ulame. m
mmriLUAN disney, attorney
v ATLAW.onaas Bulldlngs,Ho, last Third,
treet, sspo-ar
INSURANCE.
r it. i,
BY STATE AUTHOEITY.
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
HTAgeriry established In Cincinnati In IMS, an
tedating ll present local Insurance Gompaniesand
Agencies in the Insurance business in this city. 33
year oonv ant duty hare, combined with wealth, ex
perience, enterprise and liberality, especially com
mend the TNA Insurance Company to the favora
ble patronare of this commnolts; standing solitary
and alone, the sole survivor ami living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of 18-A9. TJ"
Loss fejd la Ctnnlnnntf during vast Five
Years, $13(1,04 'it .
Gash OapitaliBliOOO.OOO.
ABSOLUTS AND TJNIMPAIBED.l WITH A
8U RPI, 178 Off 91.03U.423 80.
And the prestige of 40 years sncceas and expoMenoe.
IJfVlSTHEKTg 0 ' f i i
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OW SI 4,000,000, LOHMKH
Have been paid by the Minn Insurance Company In
1 the past 40 years. . .
Ffra anrl Ialnufl Nnvlaatlan. Blskaancantad
St term consistent with solvency and fair profit.
Bepecial attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Content, for terms of 1 tatr .
Application made to any duly .uthorlzed Agent
promptly attended to. By striot attention to a legit
mate Insurance business, this Oomnanv la enabled
to offer both Indemnity ibr the put and eaouiitlfqr
thefuture. t llcies Issued without delay by
u n.usins, Agent, no. to jnain Bireea
. r. rtTO j. Assistant A lent.
I. K. 1,1 ND Er. Acent 171 Tim
j'i .'. 1 -in -in
in street. ..
BOOBIl, , Aent. Fulton. 17th Ward.
as
PONS O LID A T I ON
jf-r" i -or ' ' ' '
Fire itud Marlue Inenrauce Agencle
MA IMMCE CO.,
Or JIAKTFOBD, CONN.
Ofiotr. Not. 171 Vine and 40 Mala-ttrMts,
: ' " OIHOIKNITI, ' "
Cnsh Capital.;.,.. S 1.000,000 00
milClUWIM(HHaMsiMtMiae94)0tl014tl 8U
THE tJNDEESIGNED KESPEOTFUtlT
Inform tbelr friends and patrons that they have
this day entered into partnership: under the name
and style of OABTEtt A LINDSalT, aa the Fire and
Marine Insuranoa Agents of the JEtna Insuraco
Company, of Hartford, (Jonn., and have ttierefore
oonnolldated tbelr separate Agencies. For the con
venience of their custoinKrs and others, they con
tinue both offices, Ho. 171 Vino and No. .0 Main
street, where they will be pleased to hear from their
friend,' and trust that the patronage that bas hitherto
been so liberally besiowed to each will not diminish
by the anion thus formed.
" 1'ARTEH dt LINOMEV.
JAMK8 H. OABTKB, 1 a.... ,
UKNEV K. L1NDSEY. J ... Aent.
tlnolnnatl, Jtoveniher 1, 16S9. nolam
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. t& S. D. DAT & 00.,
i .i i , .'.
Manufacturtri nd Dealers la ' '
PRINTING PRESSES
(BOTH HAKD AND POWEB, -
And all bind ot Prlntlngr Irlaterlnla, No.
193! 1T3 and Xtt West Hecond-tret,
CINCINNATI, OHIO. ' '
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS . CALLED
to our MKnal, JOBBER. ' Within the last
eighteen months we have lotrodnced them Into fbnr
twn different States of ths Union, with the grcatet
atlBfaction to tbe parties purchasing. Tbe powor Is
appilta to tne center oi tue piaieai consequently
there Is no pisslbllltr of It springing from any
amountof pressure, the motion Is so transmitted
to it as to cause adwsll on the point of contact with
ths form. Insuring A PEltFEOT Uel'HKSSlON at
a high rat of speed, ' , ?
rrimers in want r,t ine ur.?L juuoe,k snonia
not nnrrhsse eknTvliere without .rilnir- Ihta an ex
amination. Tliey are strong, durable and rapid, and
are WaI1BAK'1U to give th most entire satis
faction. . ' noi ;
TO HOUSEKEEPERS. -
Important Improvement!
PATENT
ILllIJiG SPRING MATRBSS
'VmiOHB OHLY 63 LB8I at LHUFAOTUBXD,
WH0LK8ALB AND BEf AIL, BY . ,
" ' : BENNETT & CO.i "
fjjtt'tfni ' ' Hvcamore street, below Fifth.
HALL'S PATJENT.
THE MOST REM ABLE FIHB AND
BUBOLAB PBOOF 8AFK8. They have given
more satisfaction than any other now In use. i
We offer a reward of ONE THOUSAND DOL
LARS to any person that can, up to the present
tltoe,showa single Instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their contents.
With this BAFK we challenge all competition, at
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
test with any establishment tn tbe Union, and the
parfy falling first, to forfeit to th other, the nm
wear prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer in th United
States.
Veoond-hanrl Safe of other makers, also on hand.
' Warespectfully invito the publio to call andejam
ina onr atock before nnrchaslns elsewhere.
HALL. CABBOLL A 00., I '' : ,
angll-ayt So. 18 and IT Bast Oolnmbla street, ''
i : GI.A9GOVV ANJ NEW YORK
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
BTXAtt TO OLA8GO w,ZlTEBPOOTil BELFAST,
OUBLIS AND LONDOHDEBBI . , .
:::;', .. ... FOB 30. , -..i o '
:- r,: . . IMM W TOBK.. .;
&lnsgow,TUomson,Wednesday, AoB.W.at U noon
dlnoarahiOumming,.Wdneday,Jnnel, "
glnsfow, Thomson... . Jnlyi, "
dlnbarch, Camming., i July7, " ,
nosisUfaow. ,,lr) J
Edlnbrh,Onromln...8atur(lfty, MarT
gliuaow. Thomson... Wednesday, July! . I
dlnbarali.Cnmmlng.M -" July!. 'i'
Bates of Passage from New York, Philadelphia or
Boston, to Glasgow. Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
Londonderry, first olasi, $75, Steerage, found with
an abundance of properly -cooked provuioua, $30.
An experienced Surgeon attached to each iteamar.
No charge for tnodicine. -i,'4
For Freight or raisage, apply to " ' '
apW , BOBEBT OBAIP- ITBrosdwar. '
PATENT MACHINB-MADB PAPER
BAGS, for Grocers, Druggists. Tea Dealers and
othsrs, made from extra quality of Wrapping, Ma
nilla and White Tea Paper.
. ... ano.iwo No. 1 Wrapping anq Manilla; '.-
ao.lKiONo. 4 ' 1 ' ' '"' ,JVr I
c ' :.. MMWMo. i i ,..Vj.i'r 1 ;' fc.'t
5,,,. , , sui,ouoNo. s. -t r ,.. i , r. !
' , JnO.iDUNo.lO r-1'if. :
'' ," lon.Oiio No. 11 .') ' "; ; ..!. i t-,. 1
JflO.llOO No. 1 , ,..h .',;
,. anu,oONe. IS 1 " .'
Jwo.iioo No. ' ..-.!" 'i '1 -i
t : wo.ovoNo. - hi,-, ,. ! :
-ri,. . , i,oug No, . l White Tea Bag; . , , ; ' !
WMaWMo. 5 , " , , '
- 200,000 Mo. '! ''l i" (niiDo ' !j
Th above are pnt up In package of 800 baKS,e4:h
Ws are manufacturing from sixty to serenty-Qr.
ibuossd. saa r j
ON A OHATFKT.n.
Paner Baa Maniifaatnrara.
And Wholesale Paper Dealers,
77 and 79 Walnut-strest,
COM
RAILROADS.
Commencing May 22, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THBOTJOH WITHOUT CHANG! OF CABS."
4 .'
Two Dally Trains tor Tlncenn, Cairo and It.
Louis, at t:uO A. M., and 8:J P. M.
Three Dally Train for Louisville, at fcOO A.M..
1:00 P.M., and m P.M. . , tu., .
On Train for Kvansvllleat 8:30 P. Bl.
The Train connect at St. Louis for all points in
Kansas and Nebraska, Banntbal, Qnincy and Keo.
kuk; at St. Louli and Cairo for Memphis, Vicksourg,
NatcltetandMew Orleans. , . . , - .,,
, One Throufh Train on Sunday at f:30 P. M,
Bbtubmimo f ast Line Leaves East Bt. Louis,
Bunders excepted, at 6:90 A. 11., arriving at Clnoln.
satlacHhlu 6. tl. , . . ' '
Itxpitus TaaiN LsavN East St. Louis daily at MO
P. 11., arriving at Cincinnati at :48 A M. . ,, r, , ,
FOK THltOUGH TI0KBT8 1
To all point. Wast and South, please apply at th
offices. Walnut-itteet Bouse, Oeiweon Sixth and
beveuth-etreet., No. I Burnet Bouse, corner offloe,
north-west cornir of Front and Broadway, Spenotr
House Office, and at the Depot, corner i'rontand Mill,
street. W. 11. ULE31N'aPu'l.fiuperinUndent, .
Omnlbnleg call for paeaenyers. oo
JUNE 20, 1859.
JUNE 20, 1859. Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
JUNE 20, 1859. Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
DAILTJTRAINS LEAVE IH1
FOUR
Sixth -street Depot. '
Trains run throngh to iDdlanapoIls, Lima, Ban
dusky and Cleveland wlthoutchaugoot'eara. V
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North.'
rn and North-western ollles. ' " '
v A. M. iJXPHEXrt TRAIN ,'Oolnmbrj time,
which Is seven niinuto. fa.Ur limn Olnclnnatl) For .
Cloveland and Pittaburg, via Delaware, make cloe
ponnMtlon at Crestline Ibr Pittsburg. Baltimore,
Philadelphia and Now Turk; and ut Cleveland for
Dunalrkvjfctnalo, Boat n and New 7ork. Also, con -necti
at Dayton with Dayton and Michigan Boad for
Troy. Fhjua, Sidney, Lima, Tolodo, Detroit, Fort
Wayne and Chicago, read, In Toledo at 3:80, Detroit
at 1:00, and Chicago at 7:80 P. IL (Julnoy and Oalena
at J A . M. Alto, at Dayton tv 1th Graenvllleand Miami ;
Uoad.for Greenville, Union, Winchester and Man.
cle, alsogoonnectaat ltd huiond with Indiana (Jen. ,
tral Ho ad, for Indianapolia, Lafeyette, Chicago. Terra
Haute, St, Louis, and all Western clt.ie. Also, at
Blchmond with Olnctuniitl and Chicago Boad, for
Anderson, Kokomo and 1'oru. Also, connect with
Junction Ballroad at Hamilton for Oxford.
8 A. M. lllAIl. TRAIN For Dayton, Spring,
field and Sandusky Connects at Sandusky with
STUAMK& for DalTBOJT: at URBAN A forCOLUU.
DCS; at Forest with Pittsburg, FortWarneandOhl- .
cago Boad, Bast and West; at Clyde with 0. and To. ',
iedo Boad for Cleveland and Buffalo, Toledo, Detroit .
and Chicaop. Thl train also oonnects at DKLA.
W ARK with the 0 0. k U. Hoad for Cleveland and
Eilnta East; alsnooonecta at Hamilton with Junction
ill Iroad for Oxford.
4i30 P. M. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield
and Bellefontalnes Uounect at Blohmond for In
dianapolis, Terre Haute, bt. Louis and Chicago. '
Also, connecttwlth Junction Bailioad at Hamilton '
forCxford.
6 P. M. THAIN Fdr Dayton, Troy, Plqua, BM.
noy, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, 1'crt Wayn and Chi
oagojj reaching Chicago at 8 A. M.
fur The 6 and 8 A.M. train connect at Cleveland ;
With steamers for Buffalo.
For further information and Tickets, apply at th'.
Ticket offices-nortb-eas corner Front and Broad '
way; No. 1M rValnut-stretit, near Gibson House; at
the sew Ticket Offloe, on Hie west side cfvlne-atreet.
between PottvMce and Hornet Uonse; at th Walnni
Btroot House, or at the Six Hi t root Depot. ,
i anl6:y " D. Mbl.i BEN, Snuerlnteraent.' '
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
- EatieM,i A. U., connect via
Colnmbns and Olevolantf, la ( 'olumbus, Crestline and
Pittsburgh, via Oolumhoj, Steubenville and Pitt
bnrgb, Detroltvla Cleveland and steamer. This Train
stops, between Cincinnati and Columbus, at Love,
land, Deerfleld, Morrow, Xonia, CeUarville, Bontb
Charleston, Londou and West Jefferson..
Second Train- No. J Express, at 8:30 A. M conneot
via Columbus, Lellalr (uid Uenwood; Wheeling; via
Columbus, rJteubflnvllleitnd Pittsburg: via Colnmbns.
Crestline and Plttsbuig:!ivla Colnmbus and Oleve.
laud; Detroit, via Cleveland and steamer; White Sal.
phur Station, via Sprlugflold. This Train stop be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, at Plaluvllle, Mll
ford, Hlamlville, Loveland, Deerfleld, Morrow, Oor
win, Spring Valley, Xenia and London.
.Third Traln-Aocommodatlon, at 4:40 P. M Ibf '
Columbus and 8prlugneld. .
: Fourth Train Night Bxnrcsl. at 11:10 P. M.; eon
neota vlaOolumbna, Bellair and Uenwood; Wheeling!
via Oolombas, Stoubenvlllo ana Pittsburg; via Oo.
Inmbus, Crestline and Pittaburg: viaOolumbn and
Cleveland. Thl train stop at Loeland, Morrow.
wlD Xenlaand London. . BLXEFINO 0AB8 ON
No. 1 Exprew, throngh toOlevelandwithoatobangg
ofoars. -i
No. g Xxpret, Ihrongh to Wheeling without change
of cars.
i The NIGHT IX PBE8S train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:80 P. M., runs daily, exoept BATUBBAYB. Th
Other Trains rmi daily, except SUNDAYS.
, Foralllofcnnation,and Throngh Tickets to Bo,
ton, Now York, Philadelphia, llaltimor, Washing,
ton. Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all tbe Eastern place,
apply at the Ofsoes, Walnut Street House, Bo. 1 Bur
net House, south-east cornur oi Broadway and Front
street, and at tho Kaatern Denot.
, Trains ran by Columbus time, which Is1 seven mln'
nfea.fjutelhiln ninnlnnmti Mm
J. DtJBAND, Bnn't.
! Omnibuses call forpaueugers by leaving direction
a v. is vj x iuyyj .
mm
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE NORTHWEST,
AND THE NORTHWEST, VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
. Only 04 Chang of Van fwtt tftnoinaaci
. anal Chicago. 1
Three PassengerTralnsleave (Jlnclnuatl daily, froat
the foot of Mil land Front street.
5:50 A. hi. Chicago Mall arrives at Indianapolis at
10:30 A. M.i Chicago at 7:26 1', M. This train oon
nocts with all nigut trains out of Chicago, for th
West and North-west.'' J" " -
li:U0 M. Terre Haute and Layfayette Aooommoda
tlon arrives at Indianapolis, ut S:iiO P.M., making
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terre Haut
Train and Indianapolia and Lalayette trains for
Decatur, Bpringfleld, Naples, (Jnlncy, Hannibal and
Bt. Joseph ; also with Peru trains for Pern, Ft. Wayn
and Toledo,
6:00 P.M. OhlesgoKxprss arrives at Indianapolis
at 10:30 P. M l Chicago at 7:40 A.M. Making el
connections al Chicago with all morning trains out
of Chicago. This train connect at Indianapolis
with Terre Haute train for all point Went and
Northwest,
Bleeping cart are attached to all the night tral-
on this line, and run through to Chicago without
cihsiig of cars.
This Is exclusively a Western and North-western
ronte, and with fav.ruble and reliable arrangement
with all oonnectlne. roads thioughout tbe entire
West, guarantee unusual oar and I ha ampleat ao
eoramodations to the patron ol this Una.
WBe sure yon are In the right ticket office before
yon pro-chase your tickets, and ask for ticket via
Lawrenceburg and IndiauapoU.
Fare the same a by any other rout. Baggaga
checked through.
THBCUCH TICKETS, good until used, can be ob
tained at the ticket offices, at Spencer Bouse Corner,
north-east corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net House Corner; al tbe W alnut-street House, and
at Depot office, foot of M 1)1, on Front street, whsra
all necessary Information may be had,
Omnlbnues run to and from each train, and w
call for passenger at all hotel and all part of tba
city, bjleavlug address at either offlce. ,, . ..
. W. H. L. NOBLE, .
. myH - ." General Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
topo0 Route for
' CHICAGO, - .
' iOGAFSPOBT,'. . :''
TWO DAJLFT'BOUBH TBAINSIeaveSlxth street
! ' Deft, otd A. M. and 4:S0 P. M.
. H.-INDTANAPOL1S, ST. LODI8 A OHIOA-
tut w aht aironas.-i nroago direct, making close
connectlaitsforallotbar Westeriiand North-western
point.' This Train also connects at Blohmond with
Olnoinnatl and Olilcago Bonds, for Anderson, Koko.
mo, Loganaport, and all point on Wabash Tallsf
Ballroad,
4:3n P. M. INDIANAPOLIS, UHI0&0O BT.
LOUD3NIOI1T EXl'BKSS.-The above Trains mat
loee ocnnectlona at Indianapolis, Lafayette and Chi.
cage, with Trains for Terr Haute, Bpringfleld, Bock
Island. Geleeburg, Kenosha, Laflrosse, Jacksonville,
rThrotth Ticket given and Baggr,g ohacked
ForTurtherlnfonrJatloriand Throngh Ticket, ap.
ply SO VUimiiiui , u n. i wi H0i v. a .via auu
Broadway; Mo, In Walnut street, near Fourth; at
"south-east cornel of Fourth and Via street, or at
the Bixtu-iree; iwpoi. , . . .
D. B. MOBBOW, npoi'lntendent.
OmnibvisHwlll call for paesons ts ny leuving thelf
nam at either of th Ticket Od oes.
IM W. H. SMITH, Agent,
uauviue. Hurliugton. siliwauaee, maiKiuu, napies,
Galena, Quiuoy, Prairie do. Chfen, Pane. Peoria,
Dunlelth.BaclM, DooaUr, Bloonslngton. Jollet, La
Salle, St. leal, and. all towns and cities In the North

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