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THE DAILY PRESS.
TRI'BSDAT FKBRITAKV 20
[Written for the Cincinnati Dally Press.]
BY WALTER GAY.
I woo'd her like a man, air,
I watcbtd her amiloi and tears;
I yielded to hcrer'ry wtira,
I smoothed her hopes and fears.
I kissed her hand profoundly;
I told ber hour by hour
That she was rich in beauty,
And full of subtle po.wer.
I lavished gifts, abundant,
Drore enr ui from her door:
Spoke my lore with honeyed words:
What could she wish for more ?
Yet she grew too Tain and stubborn,
And said I washer slave
That she could lead me by the nose,
And make me fool or knave;
That but for her my cheek would fade,
My heart would break ia twain;
My wit would be a weakened blade,
My spirit soon would tame;
That all my homn;e to herself,
Her Du.-ity and rank,
Were but deposits ev'ty man
Should oiler at ber bank.
I warned her oft, I ehided soft,
I told her frhe was wrong;
She answered that "another swain''
Might fill my place ere long.
I pave her up, but with a sigh
I prayed she niipht reform.
That evil clouds would pass her by
Without a single storm.
1 went abroad, but not to die,
Nor yet to fnile and groan:
Ote rainy day 1 tried to cry,
But could not even moan.
Indeed, I rather gained ia lUsb,
Atd grew in stature, too;
My health wus equnl to the best,
I seldom felt a blue.
"So. after all," I said, at last,
"My heart is still my own;
I sba'.l not soon forgtti tho past,
ISat grieving is unknown."
She does not own another swain
Bat thnt's her fault, 1 know;
For, though she trifles all the time,
Mew suitors come and go.
I meet her now without a pang
Of malice or of pain;
I hate her tot, but still she knows
1 ne'er can love again.
The Savings Bank Book.
FROM THE GERMAN,
1 sf that this was merely an excuse;
but the conjured me to cherish no ill will
in my heart, but just, as she said, to put
one thing against another. "I unquestion
ably," said she, "had some time or other done
something wrong which had not been found
out; perhaps it might have beeu a very little
thing, and now I must regard myself as be.
ing punished in this way."
l!y tho steps of the Finance Councilor's
door, which I had gone up and down in an
guish, pain, nnd despair, I now seemed to
be filled with joy. Our innoceuce was
proved, and Katharine (I had found out the
scctct) loved me.
One morning, nt the urgent persuasion of
piy comrade, I resolved to fetch away my
Dioney from the savings bank, in order then
to try my luck in the wide world, and then
to matry Kutherine.
The nearer I came to the house, the more
violently my heart beat. A chaflinch sat
upon the window-sill and sang merrily;
and, as people in my circumstances are
generally supposed to be superstitious, I
thought I would make this bird a sign to
myself, and said "If the bird continues to
aing till I enter the door, then I may go
boldly .in and all will succeed; but if it
leaves off and flies away, then it is a sign
that I shall get into trouble; then I must
turn back, burn my book, and do nothing."
As I approached the house, the bird really
left off singing and llew away, 'd'shaw !
what silly euperstition! Ilotv can I place
so much stress on such nonsense? I'll do
it dow, and in sheer defiance. Xow for it!
It must succeed, and it will succeed I"
I entered the room. Finance Councilor
McLningcr wits standing at a table Counting
over sums of money which were being paid
in, while another gentleman entered the
sums into a - ledger. For the first moment
I felt shocked to see that Mr. Menninger
was there ; but ngnin I was glad glad that
I had to transact my business with the very
man who bad so greatly insulted and in
I stood quietly waiting for my turn ; cold
perspiration covered my whole body, and
. my haiuls were so clammy that my little
book scened to cling to them.
At length my turn came. I handed in my
book without a word. The Finance Coun
cilor pushed up his spectacles from his eyes
to his brow, and looked into the book for a
minute. All was still as death, the only au
dible sound being the measured movement
of the pendulum on the wall. My heart
"You have made good savings," said the
Finance Councilor, at length opening the
flap of the counter; "come in here."
I followed him into an inner room. Here
-stood an iron safe, which ho unlocked.
'Will you have paper or coin ? ' asked be.
'Taper," said I.
. "Large or small?"
He handed me a packet, inclosed in a
printed band, on which were the words
"One hundred dollars." He desired me to
count them while he gave me the remain
der. I could not lay the separate dollars
together, because I trembled so violently ;
and when turning round he asked, "Is it
right ?'' I todedd without a word. He now
laid before me the remaining o ld dollars,
when, again drawing down his spectacles to
his eyes, he suddenly asked
"Are not you the journeyman locksmith
who was at my house last Christmas?"
"Yes," 1 replied.
"Iam glad of that; lam glad to meet
you. I have often reproached myself that I
had not asked your forgiveness for the sus
picion I then cast upon you, and which must
Lave been so painful to you at the time.
Iiut the fact was that I delayed it so long I
persuaded myself that you were no longer
n the town. I beg you, now, however, to
receive my apology, and if I can in any way
le serviceable to you, I shall be glad. I
lave done you an injustice, and you will do
me favor if you will allow me . What
is amiss ? Are you not well ? What is it ?''
Ah I who can express the crowd of emo
tions which oppress the heart at a moment
like this ? There I stood, and held the
money convulsively in my ban J. Never be
fore in my life haa I so mueb between my
fingers; and before me on the table lay a
little heap of coins, oqe upon another and
11 was mine I A something within me
would have rejoiced, but another something
eemed to snatch all out of my hind, and to
take Also my soul with it. The fact that
, the very man whom I hated, and for whose
sake I was ready to do an injustice to all
men that he should meet me with kindness
and show a desire to oblige me-t-thAt he
hould bumble himself, and make an ac
knowledgment to me, qnite overoame me,
when I had excited myself to hatred, And
, bad committed myself to sin I I was sub
dued, And I was saved I for then I saw my
depravity. A superior power had taken me
captive, And carried me In coutrition be
fore the judgment seat of the Eternal I .
"I fell down on ray knees, and exclaimed,
"No, no ; I am a wicked man I like, take
the money." j
X related the truth.
I The finance Councilor was a true and
, earnest comforter, lie saw my contrition,
' and raised me from the abyss of self-cou-'
demnatiou by his kindness and sympathy'.
in one particular 1 had a hard strugglo with
him. lie insisted upon giving my tempter
to the jtulico of the law ; the consideration,
however, that thus I ahottld inevitably be
brought into trouble myself, determined him
to abstain from so doing. Before leaving
the savings bank my. book was burned.
My follow-journcyman was sent back to
his native town by a compulsory passport,
and my betrothal with Katharine took place
in the house of the Councilor of Finance,
who has remained to this day a true friend
to me. It is by his means that I have been
able to settle here ; and the reason why my
little Theobald has such an elegant name,
if, that the Councilor of Finance is his god
father. A TmniDLi Sitcatioji. In a new melo
drama recently got up, a famous robber is
taken, and his head exhibited to the audi
dience by bcirjff placed on a table in the
ceLter of the stag. To accomplish this to
the life, the roblicr's body is fixed in the body
of the table, and his neck is fitted into a hole,
so that, to the audience, it looks precisely
as though a man's head bad been cut otTaad
stood up in a pool of bis own blood upon the
table. On the fifth night of the exhibition a
wiig got into the third tier of tho stage
boxes, and by some unexplained maneuver
managed to blow a lot of Scotch snuff over
the stsgejust at the time the head was upon
the table. As soon as the snuff had began
to settle down the head commenced sneezing,
to the no small amusement of the audience,
ar.d, as the sneezing could not be stopped,
the curtain fell amid roars of laughter. The
Dowery boys were never before so pleased
at any spu tacle. A'ne York Sun.
A cones; ondent of the St. Louis Demo
crat, who was on board one of the gunboats,
which ascended the Tennessee R ver to Ala.
bam a, writes:
But few nrgrots are found in the country,
most of them having been run ofl'upon our
pppToach. Those who have remained man
ifested a grait interest ia regard to every
thing connected with the army and the
Norlb. The first person met by the officer
of the boat landing at the fort, after its flag
bad been struck, was ore of these contra
tiands. With mingled joy and consterna
tion, imprinted upon his countenance"? and
with uplifted arms he exclaimed, "Afore
God. fir. is Mussa Lincoln coming on that
n-F IMVE HEBi ATVI!FD THAT IN
Ciuciui.ati and tliroutu-ut tbe West a num
Counterfeit Scwlug Machines
Have Veen p filmed off .n the public. The general
method linn been to gi't btandd mado with our Damns
(I. M SN(;EK & CO) on the treidle, aud by
r'lu iiiu ther worfhle n machines on th htud, de
ceive ihoe who have heird of the p 'puiarity of our
marl hits. e Hint 'MNoEtt Ht -jit." is on tho
m-rhit'o; if not, the mucbiue i a counterfeit aud
the vender au impo&tor.
Has the N HE AGVSCV IN CI CINV ATI for the
salt if our inachiiie. 11 j office is iu tho
NEW COJIMKHClAIi HLIXBINC;,
Corner of Fourth and Bace-sts.,
And we would advlsa oil fhoe who are about to
purchase, to either cm) at or conimi.nicste wite the
ahove office. il-il xj I. M. hlNbJ.lt A CO.
J10NSTITUT JOW A 1 DISK ASKS
' 1M POTENCY DURABILITY,
Pfseaaos of Hie C'fUNA B7 ORG 4X8,
And IUPl'BK liLV JD.
flow many thcnar, d of men and W' mn are tlire
whu are at thu time uuTering out a midt-rahle exist
ence, or from ttat pernicious practioe, eelf point ion?
Look at their pallid, emacieU-d anddiefif nrwi hvea,
and their hroki-n du couHtitntione, daiiiilfy ing
them front the tiprtnbss of u arrtage, or tueenjjy.
nictt cf lift. In thin horrid ei;nUoi; tliou-mudnauf.
er, until death doted the scene. Let pareutt ffur
tliaLBor frle;.ds a'tecd to thone who are pu flaring
with any ol thoae horrible, Ufe-de-tn yitjf mxUdim,
tee that they are cartd fr, aud cured before it bt tou
lute, tend tbeio .mmtdifitfly to Dr. J. KATK3,
No, 133 BycAmoregtreet, ft rut door beiow Filth
street, Cincinratl, OMo, a physician who has maJe
private diaeaaes hi especial tudy for 3uyrs, a ad
who ii rtaio to cure the tiiot Inveterate caot,
withnit MKOtTKY Ob ANY CTHKR IVIfclttl.
01 H DBUt.S. It 1 important to those atlli ,rd, or
to those who are lii'-eiboted ia the welfare ot their
friends, to be careful of the many pretended do
tobs, who in feet all cities, ptibllcfainff their pre!
skill in curing all disease io a fuw days, tiupoainp
upon the public by using the naoea of e mi cent
physicians from Kurope and other places. Be,
therefore, careful, and make strict lniitry before
you risk your life, or you may fall Into tbe bands of
the ne chHrlataus.
N. B.-Ur. J. KATH wiU attend his patients
ptrsonatly, and can be fonod in his efflca. Ho 1J3
Byctmcre-etreet, first door below Fifth, from S
o'clock in the morniLg until 8 in the evening. All
C1I HFD IN THE SHORTEST POSHT-
H Lfc, i tme at the CiuctuaMti L ck H .npital, Mo.
71 Hind btic'-t. bvtf eeii Walnut and Vine, with
iit the use of Mercury, loss of time or change of
IR SirVFN, trim tbe honpltnls of LoLdon,
Pstrii and IJaltlm r, it the diriooveier of the only
ccituiu aud relittjr rented ie fur diieineof a pri
vate character. Uy hlnpcl1 experience io this
Ditch tt-fjttcud l-rnnth nielical scibuce, hi is
euKhled to auarai-ttM a cure in the most complicated
Ktrent raws of Gonorrhea or H phil.s cured In ft
f-w ilaja, w ithout ihaLgn of d et or hiulrttuc from
l.iiMr.erB. S'Ct'inliirf i-) pbilis - the U-tt efttiif
MufijcntMl without fLe n0t ot Mortriiry, Involuntary
lohftu iA ten iu ittttpped iuuHhoit timts Biitiuiurs
fiop iric"iupetei:(-y, or km ol ttf-xu il p wor, r-tt red
to full viu'-r iu a f--w wteki -ilutt orGou rriiea of
Itiru fetuLilmi;, ht-ra ail inttrfal remt dit w have
fui ed, permanently and spowitly cured by anew
Iinurtrd in bdy and mind fro to the effects of self-al-Ufte,
with p!enintur paim in the h id hack and
hii tet uvivuiw omgh, Kenetal bjdiiy la-itude,
luorlt d dep.i.d(iry ait'l ever-dou to soc ety, in
ability to twitvntrate the nunior and iut Ilect, are
trefctd fur I'j p -ia, Ooiump'ln or Livr CVm
plaint, aud throupb the ignorance and empiricism
oiothvrd, or a faine dilie.ity oftheir own, dt&g out a
mieruble es ibtence by tiif -actiot.H of thumvut im
putative yet b Lin pie lawti of tbeir beicg.
Iiiteuit i pt-ciili r to f mult n lr-atd.
A ( 1 KK Gl'ABANIkf I JN ALL CASKS j
Perton at a 1 i-t a dc, by inrtotting a piatk:e
stHu p and aduresbing DB MiVaNs & ( O , D x
t.o, lincjitnat' O . uuav receive prompt treatment.
DM. HTUART & CO.
devote their uodiridej atten
tion to the tre-tttiitut of the
follnaiug diM.BHrt, via: Utm
orhea Uleet, htrictur, Hy
phiin, in ad iU forms , fin-
imul h4ul.ne$, tmpotmoe, etc, and they always
uccted in curl' g the wo st cam, although
many of their patients bad Nought relief from vry
other somee, aud iu uiatiy iuataooes bat b-u given
up to uie. TlKete who have contracts I diaae
should make iminadiaie appll atiou, as br their Im
proved treatment tiiey aio enabled to cut short re
cent cases in a very snort time.
lounguieuwho have injured theDDwlv8 br cer.
tain htt rut habit, w hich untit thern for bunineas
I pleasure or tlie duties of niarritnl lifl a'so, mid tl
vil aud old nteu. who, tn.ua the follies of you'h or
t'ltioi jcwi a ut'uiiujr iu luiADCf VI tn"ir
eais, b frt plating themaelves un ier the treat
moot of kty one, hoaid hint commit Dr. M. A U.
ana have a .curt effected b? their nw aad mttch
lees lemtdy . which never lalU io effecting a speedy
and isdical rure
Lr. b A Co. are agfhts for M. La Jhume't Frtneh
Jrttfntiv tmrdtr, by which those withina to
avoid an inc-etae of fnodly cau do j without dan
gT to health or coittiiml .n. fric 4. Al-o, f.r
sladu.e lini's JTcmale Monthly Fibs, a aats aud
ertt t tual run ely for Irreaularitiee, uba(rociitus, etc.
CaI'iiom '1 Ui I'ills atiould not be ue4 duriug
prrgDMiicy, a mistari Use ts sura to follow Friu
SI , 1 hs pills and p wdrs Heut by mail.
Persons at a distant with ing to be cured at home
With Derluct atsoreav. br seuTua ua a ds;rtDlioa
ol their i ae, tau bave medicine avut to any part of
iu couniry, irte iroiu uaiaer or observation, who
full end eip hit direct ions vt us.
IViiDult-ttoa may be held from S A M to P. H ,
at their offioa, bo 1 :f freak laiid-et , )et ween Mam
abd Hycainuiti, up stain, ppoit the lloarie Hiuh?.
Hecrey inviolable. loa'l forgot tbe name aud
r Va. CHA8 A. KITABT CO,
fr x Cincinnati, Ohio,
General Railroad Arrangement.
UNION TICKET OFFICES.
COLUMBUS AND XENIA
TRAINS RUN S FOILOWS. SUNDAYS EXCEPTED:
Morrew AcromwIHoo I.tn h, m. I.X) P. M.
Btprn EipivmlMnll .45A. M. t.M V. IU.
OftinplonQi,on Aicoiu'n A 15 P.M. ft 10 P.M.
(.'oliinibni Acconmodittion.... 4.00 P. M. 10..V A. M.
Xi nl. Acceuiuio4tloD t.M P, M. 8.00 A. H.
RAILROAD. CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
trains run as folio s. sundays excepted:
rin. A Chic Air Line Ixpri. T.M A.M. 9.15 P.M
Payloa mid handutkr 7. .Hi A.M. .".-) P.M.
I)iutn D1 ToIhIo T.Mi A.M. 9 It P.M.
Hamilton AcromiiimlHtioll...M. .I0 A.M. 8.10 A.M.
Kli liDiond nd Dayton 3.30 P.M. V.I5 P.M.
DHT'rn, Lln. L'bli KK-. Toledo
A Tctroit Ki -Hunisville .5.30 A M. 11 M M.A.
Glmiilale Accommodation 7.30 P.M. 7 on A.M.
Eantoro Mght KxprHa 10.10 P.M. 7.40 A.M.
The Knfttern Maht Kxprea t.mvf Hundav
Mght Id 1'lare of Mntnrrinr NUht.
AW Trains upon L M. A C. A X. and (1., II. A D.
Railroada run SICVKN MIMUTJCd t'ASTSU than
INDIANAPOLIS & CINCINNATI
Trains run ai follows (Sundays excepted) :
..... Depabt. Arrite,
Terrs Ilante, Lafayette and
Uilrngo Mail 5. SO A.M. 9.4S A.M.
In'tiniiHpolie Accommodation. ..2. 46 P.M. ul P.M.
Iniliaiiap'a and Chicago Night
Kiprots .',.00 P.M. 11.20 ill got.
OHIO & MISSISSIPPI
Om Tral (St. Lonla Kxpreaa) leve Olnrinnal
TA1LV, for Kvanerillo, Oairj. 8t. LouU, t. Jo.
i ph. tic, und (SudaF occpU4) two Traiua for
LoninTH'e and Vincnnnn.
Traini lear. and arrive aa follnwa :
, ... 1)ki'rt. Akiitr.
IionlsTllle and St. Lonli Mall . 7.00 A.M. lli.Oi P.M.
Lonlxville aid St. Louia Mght
"Kxptens ,. 7.20P.M. 8.28A.M.
Traitii of the Indianapolis and Uinclnnnti aud
tl e (Milo and MiHineippi Kfiiiroa4n nm, by tlmo.
TWBLV1C MINUTBS IjLOWICtt than tllnciunatl
Rrrorall Information and THBOUGH TICK
ETS, pleate apply at the Offices :
Houth-east corner of Broadway and Front ;
Korth-went corner of Third and Vine (Hornet
Home), and at the respective Depots.
Slccplng'.cars on all Night Trains.
Mr Omnibuses call for Passengers as usuuL
P. W. SrRAIKK,
General Ticket Agent L. M. aud C. A A. and 0
11. A I), liuilroads;
W. n. Tj. NOBLK,
General Ticket Agent Indianapolii and Cincinnati
" y- FULMCB,
General Ticket Asent Ohio A MUsiistppi B;iilrod.
It E M O V A .
DOCTOn rlAM WfflTK IIATA
removed tlifir ottice Irom 17A VVit Foortb
St.. to 5ii Fast Third-st. where they can be oon
tilted at ajl times by tbe unrnrtonate Drs. H.A
Vt . have had many years experience in hospital aai
private practice. Their trontmeul ia thorongb and
effective, and their cores prompt and permanent.
Persons wbo have need 'f the advice of a physician,
e-pecially tbrme who have failed to obrain. cure, ol
'Hheia, are solicited to cull on Urft. fl A. VV., forthey
guarantee ctres in all cases of private diiease tbt
uiost complicated and troublesome. Voting met
who have been addicted to thoee habits of early
youth so destructive to Blind and bo-iv, nhould ap
11 to Drs. II A W., and l restored to full lieaitt
and vigor. Ague and lavel cured In twelv. hours
Ladies sufTerlrg from drangeients peculiar Si
their sex should use tbe French Periodical Oroya.
It is an invaluable remrdy f' r irrHgularftius. Ac. ol
fenialfs-tobebadofDrs H AW. '
All letters contaiuiu. a fee, addressed to Drs Hall
A White, 63 Hast Third street Cincinnati, (.,
promptly attended to, aud remedies sent to any
Ernest A. Erlaudson,
lit MKRAL COitiniIt4ON MEKCHAM
Koa. 60 Btrer street and 147 Pearl-street,
CfiN.SIGNJlFNrw OP U K N A!
I'UtiMU solicited. Ubeial 'sees mad
oti the sar, ooK.tf
SW. nAHTWFI 1 CIVlI, KNGtXPKR
ai d Surveyor, (o. 174 Viue-stre,t, between
I'ourtk anfl Kifib, i i.iciunitti, O. Land, Bnad nnd
Pailrosd hurviys, Plana nud Profiles, and K-ti.
uiates fr Masonry and Karlhwork nuide with ancu
lacy . heferc re, ' liv permiMion - A. Oest, Civil Kn
gioeer, aud Cb:,H. l eeuieliu. Jsq, ja.'-x
JK. 31 15 It X C A.. IV
TPE'ln?l?lTI BBAMja (IF THIS
old and well known Company bas beea eaiab
lit bed at tte clhce of
WM, P. BARRY & CO.,
K9. 70 TIUBD-8T., NKAB VINIC,
Wbo will receive f.,r each of the itea nern salllns
from New York or Boston 1.) Kurope, partis, ra
pies, va oaldea of ill Kind-, f ,r dirnct traiis'uvioc
to all n. is of the world. Also, aM order in tos
execi't ,,i, of commissions In any part of ".it-ope.
This Kiprees being rwognixed as tb. Knropeas
connection of all the great inland Kxpr I'ouea.
nicsof this country, it can be relied u ; . a
and speedy dehvar. ..a
6, ixel.-l.ist of Mail Xu-auiers fur the Month ol
i ectniber, 18tl,irm New York aud Buatou, for Kb
rope, Havana and California.
TIME OF OPENING AND CLOSING MAILS,
far lUuiit bml and HteeMK TMo. .1
Dclufery. ttuy. Closes.
a. at. P. at.
(New fork, Philad., Pitta-)
burg, Builalo, Clevelaud A
(. Columbua. )
i e iron aua xoieu..
Indianapolis and Chicago.
( Louisville. Ky., cm ii,
I Ui Jbvansvlile. J
Hamilton and Daytoa.
Xenia and bprlufctield.
fLexingtsn, Paris, Ky..andl
I by. Central Uailroad. J
Newport aud Coviugion, Ry.
bt. Ji.Hph, Mo.
( Baltimore, Washington, )
Wheeling, Boatou, Albauy, Y
C aud tJauaua. )
uunnou. ana luri,..
Marietta, Clrcleville, Wll-
mit gton, Ac, )
ffcatuu, Ohio, Blcbmond Al
t Conu.ravllle, Ind. f
Maysville, Ky .fiaKy O.B.B.
All Biver Town, eta Ht. B t.
Willialiisburg and Batavia
! Lafayette aud lerre Uauus, 1
Dally California trwlani 1
Many .rror. occur by persons not obMrvlug tba
following regulations in depositing letters, paper,
or miscellaneous publication, la tu. onto, fur
All Drop-litters must pripair it postaoi
t' re payment, by .tamp., required on all letter, tc
places wltbla the Cnild Htate.
Hwl as ore nut orenotd will 6 seaf to ihs Dead tMim
OptM, tmi (is surty .riiarasisal snU av4 a. aoltAssS, as
frepsyment, by stamps, reonlred on all transient
printed Biatt.r, foreun aad doineatio
Bv tnaef ting the oouuty in whicn tba nfflo. t. la.
"ated, upon all letters, many error. In .upenMrlp
ti.n night b. detected, and Biatake la Riaillag b.
Tkm aostaM Ms sAeet muiU. mum. mMtramttum Nts.
frapas av photofrapMc prtnU, M roiirrt r tM poyMT
ourrrt; koess, Ujh4 or aaaeuad; paowapnmais pamm
md iefitsr MwsiosMS. a. onckaum not neoBdns hs turn
euss our ptmmU, is ol IA. TuU oj on en4 aa ossus
ur ravtum of aa ounce to any place i tho VnitM Mues
Mtubir jtyteew atmdVMt nuim, nnd mi OVe rats of tteoomm
n onnco or fraction of nm eawos aw torn kunarai
wiles, preyMis. ay poeiepe-awmps.
ham. rats, on cards, .Itlier blank or printad, a s4
blanks Iu package, w.i.hlnc at laaat .laht ounces.
aad aes or cutting, lit Rack age, but saoeedln j
bbgistbt orrioi. i
Talnabl. latter., for any part of tb. Dntted Htate.,
llanada. Ureal Britain. Prai o. Uollajid. the Italiaa
Hlatea, or htate. of tb. GriDaa-Aa.traa Postal
('moo, will L. reg UiUsred on application at tb.
omc, D4,tea tn. aour. or a. m. ana jr. .
Latter, as W rtfilorod wsU xal M rsoevessj as a Jsuar
Offlo open from 8 A. M. to P. AL.
Opau n buuday. fruta 9 to IW4 A. tf . '
J.U.BACaf, P. AL
LET THE AFFLICTED READ!
A NO IRARN THAT A PKRFFCT AJIU
Kaoical Cure Is warianted and guaranteed t.
all who ar. afflicted with Weakness, Iiebllity, Nerv.
on. Complaints, Melancholy Thoughts, Depression
of Spirits, Distress and Arjgnlili ef Miud, Loss of
Hleep, Loss of Memory, Energy and Muscular
I ower. Puny Growth Wanting Away, and a want
of confidence In themselves. Fainting Fits, Con
vnlslve Tremblings, and Disgust of Life Son.
physicians lequlre to be told the nature of yonr dis
ease. This Botanlo Physician does not. He can
deecribe thediseas. without any Infotnrition from
tb. patient, it. cause. an1 its cure; and, what I.
moi-e valliaiile still, hp will honestly and frankly
tell you whether yon can he cured or net. This
will satisfy your mind and save you expense, time
and trouble. Because it will be the means of
saving you many a dollar; It will save yonr health,
and possibly it may save your life from being
shortened by wrong treatment. If van have tried
others and got no relief if yon wish to enjoy good
health and long life if you are wise yon will go
and consult Dr. BA PH A KL, Botanic Physician,
.V Kast Fifth. at , Cincinnati. Al) communica
tions and Interview, ar. strictly private and con
fidential. FACTS ARB FTrBBOBH THINOHI
Hear wt at the Philadelphia correspondent aavs
In th. OtnaioaiMnKa, Wilmington, Delawar., nth
of April, 1.V:
"An Knglish gentleman, formerly connected with
the British army, and who styles himself the 1 Kn.
glish Botanic Physician,' haa of late gained an ex.
tensive reputation btre by his skill in curing all
manner ol complaints. Some of his patient. I hav.
conversed with, and they pronounce hi. ratnedle.
and mode of treatment HS very superior. 8,.m.
have been restored as it by msglo. The medicln.
he use. I. distilled by himself from varlon. herbs
possessing rare curative properties. While acting
in the army he devoted bis leisure moments to a
thorough study of the effects produced by certain
medicinal roots and herbs on all manner of dis
eases. It tems be has found a .lire and speedy
ren edy for all the Mils that flesh ia hlr to.' Ills
r,ractice Is already extensive, and Is daily Inereaa
ng. In the complaints tj which females ar. sub.
jet ted he bas no equal, as a large number he.e hav.
teetiflod that they owe, not only their present good
health, but their lives, to the skill of this Kuglish
Cincinnati" " " No' 89 IA8T rI,"rn-8T-
More Good New from High maid KeUnbl
"The Botanic Bemediesof Dr. Haphaet, th. Bn.
glirli Botanic Physician, never failed yet to mak.
a rerfect, radical aud permanent euro of ai.i. secret
and venirinl dlse-ises without thenseof mercury,
without hindrance from businses, aud without fear
of discovery or exposure. No deadly poisons, such
as arsenic, nuxvnmica, opium, or any other poi
sons; no mercury, nor anv ibadlr minerals; noth.
ing but purely vegetable Botanic Bem.!ie am used
by this wonderful Botanic Physician. His Botanio
Helm-die never yet failed to cure even the most
obstinate and the mo.it dangerous cases, and to re
move all mercury and other impurities from the
system, when nil other remedies had failed." Aled
Bloro Rood Ksvfi for faindo Men Cotera
p Inline itlurrlaae.
Hear what the Baltimore correspondent of th.
Vdilfrllmv, Boonsboro', Md., said on Thursday, 31st
"Numerous cure, of diseases, cansed by early In
discretion, having been performed by the Knglish
Botanic Physician of Philadelphia, I feel it my
duty, bavii.g a knowledge of them, to state th.
tact, believing that ia doing so I may do a serviu.
to the anffei itg One case in particular that of a
young mini in this city-is worthy of note. He had
become the victim or a habit, the more allusion ta
which causes a shudder, and, after years of suffer
ing and doctoring, gave up all hopes of recovery.
De wished to marry, and was dearly beloved by am
sweet a girl as ever lisped words of affection, but
he was tearful, nervous and prostrated He dared
not wed, on account of the shattered state of hi.
system He sought relief nt tbe hands or the Bo
tanlo Physician, and, astonishing as it may seem,
all the bloom and vigor of youth has rdurnd. ana
he is now the lwppy father of a pair of bright
AROTHER FOR THE LADIES!
"Eleven months nfter I was married I gave birth
to a daughter, but my sufferings were so great thst
the faculty despaired rf tny recovery. ' his mad.
me dread the thoughts of having any nicrachildreu.
I tried everv thing to prevent a repetition of my
Bufferings, but without succeeding. Two years
alter marriage I was uguln cuntined, bnt my suffer
ings were so great that tb. child died I was told
by my Ph) hie an that if I had any more children
be l"nrrd ?ny life Mould be eudaogercd. 1 tried
tbe BOTANIC PHYSICIAN'S
PKEVANT1VK TO HAVE CHILDBEN.
His remedies had tbe desired effect; they not only
firtvented me liotn having children, but they also
mprovtd my health. To (At pure, alllhingt are pure.
Yours sincerely, Ac,
Any who are autli-rlng. no matter what their com.
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ADtllMtTKATOR'. HALF. OF II K?
SS I Al K. - lu pnrstnnce t-f an order ol sale
tbe I'rol'sti' Oonrt d lliiuillton (Jotioty, Obi", to m
d iectcd. I Rill oiler fi sale at public auction, In
therc 'iulai I tbe Ilaniflton t'omity tVurt houie, on
VtiNTMV January 20, 1 at 2obick, P. M .lb.
1 ,(, lug real estate, In-longing to the estate or W.
B. Bliitria. ilna.i.1, l wit:
1 nt in irked "ij." on a platen II: In thl case, he
log 24 loot V 2 Indus In front on Kront-st rest,
atd exlcnillng bach to the lamllng. Appraised at
7,I(KI, In llninllton (lonntt, tlhln.
A I.hii-AII III. e eleven Lots, numliersi 4, fl, 10,
11,12 14, K, !. W ai d w. 1111 a plat of subdivision
known ss Mnlth ft Morris' aiihdlrt'inn on Ilia t llf
t,,n fatm, ncnlcd In llok Ii7,pia " V"""
ton County B. c rJ or Heeds, talmd at four bun
drtd.liisi'dollarsfireaohlot Ai,e)(il,.ts Nw 11 MO, IM, l.v. and IS7 In llin
ssiuo subc'lvi'lon. Valued at four hundred t Jl'
did'nrs for each lot. . .. . . , , ,
Aixu-Lots mmbcred 41, 44 and 141. Valued at
four hundred ami ciiHily il.iiliirs for each lot.
A I. So-- Lots Noe , ; and IW. Valued at two
hiimlndand fmty iS-'H" Mlar . r oacu lot.
AlKtr-liid. Nis. 71 and 72. Value! at four hun
dred and foitv 1 1440J dollars for each I01. Lots N,si.
77 Mi, M !I6 and lf,.'i. Valued at tao hundred 1 J fsii
.iiml rr(ncb lot. IIS Nos. 102 and 1114. Vallloil
.1 hundred nnd twenty (gll'Oi dollars for each
No. 12". Vali:
I at tin
liundrcd and forly-flva
Lot No. 1
Vulin'd at three 111111-
n it am
liitv (Cunidollara l-t o. IW. Valuiid
at five Inn dn d aud foit f?-4ip dollsrs Lot No. ,
ii? v.ln.il at two hundred aoil f ui (5141 dollars. I
ot N". rl. Vulited at tnree niiiuirt-o aou 1 -uy-
8:c'll dol ins. Lot no. 1,1. saiur-i
unili.il nnd seventy IS170' dolliirs. ur ro.
l.,,n,lP.H n,l ni.V l'2.rfll III! UTS
I,,.,,,.....,,.. ,.- - rss..
TflllH Ot sale H" lollows, to w 11 une nil.-. .
1... -..i.l In .a. I, n I llrt llHV Ot HA PI OBS-
1.1..1 l , aar firm, IliA ilavof COllti riliat ion Of I
sale, and one-third Iu two year, from the duyor
ncli coi m million; 111 terreu psyriiei-11 ; -..
,y ninliH' e on the prcmies, and to draw interest
t tl e riite'of it r-r cent, per annum from tbe cn
linalion tl sale, fnio propciiy win " "
r.,....rtv tf V,. R. Morris. ,1, censed. III thecaseof
cernh h. MurrU mil W. B. Morris, Administrator,
of the tststetf Win. B. Mollis, deceased, against
Small h. Morris and others (No. 711) Hanillten
rounly I'tot iltc Court, lieiUK .1 petition H aell land,
and will b sold free from iUmr or other intereatu
ou the part of any ol the defendants In said cuss.
Vv . B. MOttltlf4, ,
delt ilTh SuryiTing Administrator.
CTATEOI' OHIO, HAMILTON CO II MTV,.
53 tOl K'l ' OKlAI.MlloN I'LHAS. Sarah A. Jaik- j
n m. joiin m. Jackson.- I o. i,i.i no- i"
nan tit d 'ti iidant. a non-resident ot the taie ol
tlhio. will take notlio that on the 21st a ay 01 janu
n,v. Iki.y lb,, iiltovn.t. Mined 8ara)i A. Jackson, hi '
u i'r en, 1 it, tin. I'onri ol Common Fleas, of llamiivl
on County, tlhto, her certain netinon asainst nm vn
lie said defendant, wherein she cnnrus nun sn.i
memos hi r ana not rioyiuitm ior nis mniiiy , ana
ih)s Unit mid Court tuny ninke an order vesting;
.r u- 1 1 ,n riDiii.H. ill it urui-i mill niiuini it-i m
of property, real nnd personal, niakirf nontracin
ann i-,tr nan e inereoH, auu sueiua auu uuiu. 1
n hr t n name.
The said d, lendant will also tal;e notice that asid
pttitionis now peuilfnK in said Court, and unt"4
in, Hitra... i n or iiciorn iiih L'zn nuv ill inarcn. i-vii.
the Hiuue will be heura iu bis ahseuto and au order
taken eccoi dinly.
jnWI'VVy I1UHKHT nmuttic, Attorney.
STATE tIF OHIO, If AMILTOM i:OI'.TV
h -SI'l'KhlOH lloUSt U' INIHNNA Tl.--The
favicKS Hunk of WhecHns: plaintiff, ys. A. At
Hnndlln, oeleni'ant. -Attachment. tN". It sni.l
Di positioiis, to be UHf-i In the above action, will ot
tulen by the plalntln, lit the Iianilun heme of thi
BaviiiKK Hank of Wheeling, at Wheeling, in tbe
ccucly ol Ohio, State of Virginia, on M(NI If, tin
loth day o! r ebruaiy, tsi,x, nerween uie nours or a
.....lr...b S M un,l ..',-lreli P M .nfaaiildav. Anil
e nlnintifl' KavH that tile deposition of the ofllsers
111 d a limits tit said pint n t II will then ard ther. bs
taken. M II. A W. TILDEN, ,
Vi, A. A HAMS,
Attorneys lor Plaintiff.
January 10, 1M2. iaJ.1 cWy
CTATF OF OHIO, flAMIliTO VQVXTYt
3 fcrt.- bLi'KKlOIi COUHT OF t l N(JI N N ATI. J
No. 14 8wj- Tli SavirgB Hunk 01 WkreUnK Plain
tiff, r. A.M. HaiHllin. I)t fT.fUnt Diei dmut U
hiTuby tiotiltt;d tliat on tho tith Utif of Jiino, A. I.
iMil. tliB Niilft niftiiitifT filflil itn tmtitlon airulUHt hiru
in HKid .'airt, winch is ft ill pending therein,
Betting forth that un the 4th da? of June. A. U.
lMii. tne said aciextaam mueuiea o one i.
(JiibIiIbs. in tlie Htnn or s.'vi 87. on an arcniuit tor
gnoilM, ao)d aud delivered by the said Cmhfnff to j
defftident ; that afterward, the fluid amount dti4 oa
fluid account w ai a-hiened by the naid Cushiug t I
ilriLtiu; tlint putunn is now the owner tii-'moi, I
tint tLere in due olai n tiff from defendant therfOD' ;
tte mim ot $3'J9 J-7, and Intureut from June 4, ltvij : 1
ai d dtfonant isnotiliod that an order of attachment I
i-pn t-pn IrRiifi) in an id fiction, and nroourtT of d i
ft-ndat t. consisting of forty -Ave l.aies of tow and tif-
tern rales ot Max. naa Men auizra nnaer ana oy
Virtue thereof. Pofendant ii required to answer or
demur to eald petition on or hefore the nth dy e
Afrit, a v. w, otnerwino juagmeni win o ihkil
afc'HfiBt him on mid petition, aud laid propers
told to sntibfy the HHine.
ice my oi n. w. n LiUB.n, tor riainim.
iiiior. wnrrein re claims judgment ag:iibrii V 4
Mid .lames Harrison, and an order for the sale uA Tl
tract of mortgaged land in said county, desert .T
I Hllldwl, V IB .
All that tract of land in the north, west nnarter-w f
arctfon 31 (as detrnbf d in the answer aud crt1
nt tit ion hTfin filed by Julia K. .IoIids ju). in tr
flrat entire tange in the Miami Purchase, contain
ing forty! wo aoref, more or less, aud bouuded oa
tho north by the north lineof said seotion. on tu
east by lard ol k). 8. Bui not and Joseph Jackson,
on ina so ui 11 nv iadus ot tne noirs or &Dura:m
ltrowr, dcri no d, and on the west by the laud of
j remuu naimon
rii at HHid ftutt is now nonatnir. ana mat unites 4 ns.
the raid Klinlia Bloomer, appear on or botore fi.oj
22d dny of Mat-ch, lt2, aud set uo his lien upun, ur
Inteient iu, said laud, an order will be taken tu bis
jaia-l Wy KOBERT MOW BE, Attorney.
THF HTATE OP OHIO, IIAMIl.TOt
CUUNTV, 8S. (Superior Court of Clnoiunatl.
I No. 14.4M.1 Attachment Jason Kvaiis, Brian
Swift, Hugh W. Uughesand Wilson T. Drake, part. .
nrs as Kvans & Co., p'.aintiffs, vs. Bobert Wewoom m
and Franklin G. Newcotn, partners as B. A I. New
com (drawers): Borace B. Chinman, Gorge Oil Us-,
pie, John Cj. ritilsingrr and William D. Ohipman. '
pai t ners as Chipman A QiMffple acceptors); Willia.
L. Brown and John h. Guisinger, partnees a (Jul
sinner A Brown (indorsers).
The said defendants. Oenree Oilllsole. Joha
Guiftineer and William LMIrown. ara harahr notl.
flf.il tiiat nn Ka lulli .lav (f M a rots A f. Ikull tt. i
said plain tin. In said Court filed their pet it lei f
agaitst said defendants, which is still pond in
therein, tne cnectanadomanaoi wbicu 1 treooTe 1
a judgment against the said defendants lor f 2,UW 5
and interest fiora February I, 1I, on a dntft of?
aid defendants for said sum, dated Cincinnati. De
otmberS, 1S60, and the said defendants are notifltNl
that t illiam B. Williams and Samuel V. Hied, part
tit rs as Williams A liieU, and Thomas B timith..
have been served as srarnhiheee in this action ; thai
an order of attachment lias been IssuHd in said ac f
tioo and lev ltd upon the following doscribed prol
bee. to wit :
Ail that certain lot or parcel of ground iltnatatf
In Cincinnati, commencing forty-nine (49) feet tron,
the suth-wet oirrnwr of Richmond and Jooa
streets, and running thence outborly aloug thelii
of Ji hn -street sixty one feet, and the same w id til
igck at right angles AeveLty feet; thence aorta :
mi twardly at right angles sixty-one fret: them,
sng. ht angles atveuty ieet, to the place of begluf
Also, that lot of ground sltnated fa the 01 ty c
Cincinnati, County of Hamilton, Ohio, on the neiitJB
sideol Hixth-street, between Central-aTnue ar.nk
Joho-etroet, commeucing at a point on the nortr I
Fideofbiith-sLreet, two L nnd red aod sixty-hi f
(zns) ieet west 01 Central-avenue, at tte east
t. Lots Ao. lis,, loo ana ii" ";,"'.' Ilk.
Valmdatsi.lv five 1 1-, dollars for each lot. Lots g Ji
Ns 114. 1 IK. lis and 120. Valued at seventy-ri va 1
i7.1)Collais lor ai h lot. Lot No. 7. V alued at M .
lo liurolriil and twenty-He. IS-' ' 'loMars U"i l
STATE OP OH JO, HAMILTON COUNTY,
:ol-UTF COMMON FLEaS.aniei legriijg i
v .Tames Harrison, Elisha Bloomer et al t No. J
l.',f4t.l Ihe above named defendant. Elinha i f
Bloomer, a iioD-rtHident of tbe State of Ohio, wilt I v'
take notice that the plaintiff has tiled In the Court 1
rf Common Pleas of Haniilton County. Ohio, hiit m- f
st side ul I f. j
a itt now or neretoiore neia ty eamuel u,
Trustee; thence running east twenty one
aud running bark northwardly the same wtdt'i
iacx to ueorge street, 00 a Una parallel to Job d,
The said defendants are required to answer or d
rour to said petition on or before the 'iath day -lacember.
A. I 11. otherwise judtfrnerit will 1
taken against them, aud said attached proper,
sold in Httislartiiw t tier-of. j
ocai.y M. H A W. TlLPIN, for Plaintiffs j
rpIlK PTATH OF H10! HATIII.TO,
X COUNTY, lirt. Ihe Superior Court ol Cine
natl. 14,700 -Jasoa Vvans, Brtg tiwift, Hugh
Hughs and Wjutn T. X)i-nke. Partneis, as Kr'
uo., j'laintins, versus waHhiuston uittcher ,
John Butcher, Partners, as iiutcher A Hiother, y( 1
fend ants, and Anthony Bullock and Morris Orai-I
Garnisheee The said defendatits, Butcher A Bro,'
er, are nereoy ooiinea inai on me zn a ay ot fftyia-
n mj. imi, tu. n'u pininiiiia inru lueir peUV(-"l
aid OcHrt, aliening tharela that, on the Tf'C' '"VC
of February, tMN, tne said Morris Orum ifci.AW
certain bill of exchange for the aura of ft,!? a
lrdoised and directed tha iaiuh tu the saviiI IiV. .?
A Brother, by whom the same was duly acces
tliut Kttiirkvaril la r Alia pas. hums' AV.b. Al.. 1 ""J
of the said Butcher A Brother, tha same was Jjv.
discounted j thtse plalutifis, at their
bouse in Cincinnati ; that there Is due the
tiflu, from defenranta, on said dratt, the said 4L...
of 5 0oo, ard Interest from May 1, lHfil ; and T a
said defendants are notitied that the said MolVi.,
Ornm and Anthony Bullock hare been sarvfrjJh
garnishees in said action. DafoiiJ&nt. mm r,ih."r,
to plead, answer or demur to said petition, orSK
beXie the Ht day of December. A B. U2,J
win, juaViuDt win v ren u ere a agatnst tlieut .,,
the property or credits of tha said Butch er ,,
oruiuer iu m poaaettaiun or ooktrul or the rJtZJi
gariiisheee be subjected to the payment thereof. T.w .1
c24 Wh H. II A W. TlbiJKN.for PUlutlfjl LH
, a aa-T.ai
MILITARY GOODS I -
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r " Cincinnati, Oki
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upartiug no ncpiaaaaulu-a., aud iu .ucoa.
always certain. We ar. luanolactuMul Ur
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for als at tb. Oauittaa rtaast. ( frlra a owto
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M. cooialnlna the JSm of th.Try.k, bothr,.
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