ornci, 14 wist FovsTH-gTwriT.
IX CENTS WILU.PAY FOR THE
MNNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
THERE'S SOMETHING IN A KISS.
. There's something In a kin,
Though 1 can not reveal it,
Tbat never comet amiss,
Not even when we steal It.
We can not tuto a kiss,
And sure, we can not view ll;
But la there not bliss
Communicated through II?
I'm well convinced there la
A certain something In it
For (hough a simple kiss,
We wisely strive to win it.
There'a something In ft kin:
II nothing else would prove It,
It mignt oe provea or mis
All noneat people love it.
WONDERS WILL NEVER CEASE.
When we are oil wise, Marvels of
Science may, perhaps, content the common
thirst for wonderment as well as it ha
heretofore been satisfied by curiosities of
Superstition. Certain it is, that the im
nginntion claims its daily food, and do
munds wonderful facte, false or true
luit in either case strango matter that is
credited as ono part of its diet Won
ders will never cease out of the world.
The greatest of philosophers and the most
i,irnorant of village crones wonder alike,
iin they eat alike, only they do not feed
from the same dishes.
The superstitions of the country side,
st ill vigorous in many a farm and village
throughout every British county, are the
relics of a body of science that once
rested on the names of Plato and of Pliny,
and was cherished by philosophers in
Europe till about three hundred years
ao. Much that appears most ridiculous
iu folk lore may te traced back to its
origin among all that was most learned in
a by-gone day. To study superstition
FRriotmly is worth while, and in aid of
those who would do so, a contemporary
journal that, "when found, rnakes note of
nil the waifs and strays of knowledge
scattered up and down the land, for the
assistance and amusement of the learned,
li it s lor somo years past been a gatherer
of old wives' tales. A volume of Choice
Notes from Notes and Queries, taking
t'oik-love for its subject, now contains the
pith of many thousand entries. lYom
these notes we gather and arrange an
illustration or two of this featuro in our
Superstition deals with a man's life
lipfore his birth, nnd does not part from
him at death. To determine the sex of
an unborn child, get help, if you want it,
to eat up a shoulder of mutton at a supper,
bold the Madcbone before tho lire till it
- is so far charred that your two thumbs
wiiy be thrust in two places through the
thinnest parr, Put a string through the
two holes so made, and tie it in a knot
then bang the blndebone by the string
upon a nail outside the house door nnd l'o
to IipU. The sex of the first person igno
rant ol the charm who enters in the
morning will be the sex of the child in
ouestion. This was tried once in a house
where the first comers were olwavs
women ; but on the critical morning, it
was a remarkable fact that a man first
entered, nnd, six weeks later, it was truly
a man cnuu mac was norn.
To bo born with a caul is lucky. A
child born on Chrismas-day or in chime
Hours will tie auio to see spirits.
Horn nn a Sunday, a goiillenian; '
Burn on a Monday, fair iu face; .
fltun on a TiiiHtlity, full of grace;
Horn on a Wednesday, Hour and grum;
Horn on a Thursday, welcome home;
Horn on a Friday, Ire In giving;
Burn on a Saturday, work hard for your living.
Air 1, . -. r
a may may s always sicKJy. i on may
try, uut you 11 never rear it itock the
uritdle when the baby is not in it, and the
child will die. Children with much down
upon their arms or hands are born to be
rich. A child that does not cry at bap
tism is too good to live. :s If several chil
dren are baptised together, and the girls
are taken to the font before the boys, the
boys will have no beards when they aro
men. - Persons called Agnes always go
mad. If a child's finger nails are cut
ijftiore it is a year old, it will live to be a
thief. If they want trimming within that
age, they are to be trimmed by biting.
If you wish well to your friend's chill,
you must give it, when it first comes to
your house, a cake, a little salt and an
egg. When a child has the thrush, say
tho eighth Psalm over it three times daily
for three days. Or you may catch a duck
and hold its bill wide open in the child's
mouth. The cold breath of the duek will
cause the disease Blowly and surely to
depart Whooping-cough never will be
taken by a child that has ridden upon a
bear. When tear-baiting was in fash ion,
this belief yielded a part of his income
to the bear owner. Roast mouse cures
the measles. A consumptive infant should
bo carried through a floek of sheep as it
is let out of the fold early in the morning.
The weaning of a child should begin on
Between birth and death wo may in
dulge in thousands of these fancies which
are still credited by some people in Eng
land.; If 1 eat an egg I must finish by
making a hole in the shell, or the witches
will sail out in it to wreck the ships. And,
eonsidering the price of eggs, 1 may re
frain from burning egg-shells, because if
I do so the hens cease to lay. If I hare
the cramp of nights, 1 may cross my shoes
and stockings when 1 take thorn ef, or
put my slippers under the bed with the
soles upward. If I have a stye in the
eye I may pull a hair out of the tail of a
blaek cat and rub tho tip nine times over
the pustule. I may know that 1 am going
to receive money if I find n spider on my
clothes, and am not bound to accept Full
er's moral to the saying. The moral is
this: "Such who imitate the industry of
that contemptible creature may, by God's
blessing, weave themselves into wealth
procure a plentiful estato." Ifl mr,eta
white horse I may know that I mu.st spit
at it. 1 may rejoice in having 'ceeth Bet
apart, because that makes me lucky and
a traveler. If my keys, or f enknife, or
any uteel thing that I have, will rust, in
rptte or any care, I may be sure that
somebody is laying money by for me. I
may know how lucky it is to find old iron
and hoard up old pot-lids and horse-shoes
discovered in the public road, by the for
tune this thrifty habit accumulates. Seven
years' trouble but no want, is the sentence
I may hear mystically pronounced upon
me if I break a looking-glass. If my left
juiui iu-iich, MMineygoes out; ii tue right,
laoney comes in.
Bub II a1uit wood,
'Tla tare to come good.
It my knee itches, I shall knee in a
strange church ; if the sole of my foot. I
shall walk over strange ground; if the
elbow, I shall sleep with a strange bed
fellow. If my ear tingles, am to hear
sudden news. If I shiver, or feel cold in
the back, somebody treads over my future
gruve. If my cheeks burn, somebody
talks scandal of me. If I bear singing
in my right ear, somebody praises me ; if
in the left ear, somebody abuses me, ana
1 may punish him by biting sharply into
my own little finger : in so doing I bite
his evil tongue. If I have my clothes
mended on my back, I am to be ill spoken
of. At church I may take good heed of
the preacher s text, knowing mat an texts
heard in church will have to be repeated
on the Judgment-day. If the clock strikes
while the text is being given, death may
be expected in the parish. Of course I
may know that it is unlucky to kill a
cricket, because oriokets bring luck to
a house, but eat holes in the worsted
stockings of those who destroy them. I
may know, too, that if I kill a beetle it is
sure to rain; tbat I must not let a feather
bed be turned on Sunday if I wish to
keep my luck; that sneezing on Monday
hastens anger; but that if I sneeze on
Sunday morning lusting, I shall enjoy my
own true love to everlasting, lo aream
about that lady, I must stiok nine pins
into the bladebone of a rabbit and put
them under my pillow. So there arise
now marvels concerning courtship:
If an unmarried person happens to be
plaoed at dinner between man and wife,
thnt promises marriage within the year.
When you hrst see the moon in the new
year, take off one stocking and run to a
stile, there you will find, tucked undor
your great toe, a hair of the same color
- .? 1 ITU. Cl 1..M 1,
us your iuvur . iuu unv egg uuu vj a
pullet is the luckiest thing a man can
present to his sweetheart. Men must
never go courting on Friday. In somo
Lancashire villages they pursue homo
with poker and tongs and tin kettle music
whoever breaks this rule. If the lire
burns brightly when it is poked, the
absent lover is in good spirits. Persons
about to marry, when they meet a male
acquaintance, are desired to rub their
olbo-vs. When n newly married couple
first come home, bring in a hen and make
it cackle. A maiden who desires to know
which of her lovers really care for her,
names each as she throws an apple pip
into the fire; if the nip cracks, tho lovo
is hearty. A girl shelling peas, when
she finds a peascod with nine peas in it,
must lay it o j the threshold of the kitchen
door: the first bachelor who crosses it
will love her. Two people on the point
of being married, should first loosen all
the knots and ties about their clothes,
and afterward proceed to fasten them
again privately. I3o sure when you get
married that you don't go in at one door
and out at the other. Whichever sleeps
first on the marriage night will be the
first to die. So there arise now marvels
CONCLUSION TO-MORROW. J
(Jems of Thought. Men, liko booi"
have at each end a blank leaf childhood
and old age.
Graves are but the prints of the foot
steps of the angel of eternal life.
Peace is the evening star of tho soul,
as virtue is its sun, and the two are never
Thegifts that circumstances make in our
charactor, we aro apt to regard as its na
He who dreads giv ing light to the peo
ple is like a man who builds a house with
out windows, for fear of lightning.
Our sorrows aro like thunder clouds,
which seem black in the distance, but
grow lighter as they approach.
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO DO,
on the shortest notice, anil in tlie latest aud
most ftuhionnbleatylo, all kinds of
J ob Printing,
BILL8 OF tiADINfl;
BILLS Or FARE;
L UTTER HEADS;
U nitl STTl IT UODEBiTI PBICIB.
FRANCISCO & CALDWELL
At the Old Established Stand,
1M KAST KIITW, BKT. MA IN ANDBVOAMtlKti.
HAVE A LARGE AND DK8IRABLB
stock of Jjonseholo and Ofllce Knrnltnre. Uotti
new and aero nd hand, conslstln oX Hne htdateada,
olaa and par lor chairs, Bnismla aid ingrain carpeta,
cu Uery, eu. A flu amn'rtment of couo
lers.shelTl.t.g, offlce desks and sto)li etc. Also, a
siock of Villlard tables, pianos, e tra linrUU top
J ;2r ' ad tablet ou hand and for a, lie low.
J Pure Coal Oil.
VST RECEIVED AND SQR SAL If, AT
Oat t Dollar ft gallon, by
j. ti. vr. wsiSiiriMier,
tm Mt Froot il fest.'
(Fronting the Steamboat landing.) ' '
North-east Corner Broadway aud Front.
R. F, LEVERING, Proprietor.
mo PROCURE TUB VERY BEST
STENCH. MARKING PLATE
Tbat can be modo in tlie city go to
l'tS Walnut-at., bet. Third mid Konrtn,
Mniilmtv Ihn ftl nunnin T.tmnlA.
K M. P. baa throe Diploma awarded blm for the
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
MANUrACTUEERfl AND DKALE1B IN
FURNITURE, CHAIRS, AND ALL
kinds of Mattresses and Bedding, at the old
stand, No. 136 Svcamoro-itroet, east slue, between
Fourth aud Firtli-strootd, sevcuth atore above
Fonrth-stroot. Church Pews II mil and cushioned,
All orders promptly attended to. ool-cia
A NDERSON AHANNAFORD, Architect,
J.M. mancnester iiuituing,
8. W. corner Third and Sycamore ste.i
Jyl CINCINNATI, 0310.
BKTWSEX FRONT AND SECOND, CINCINNATI.
Fa 1'. t MILL, Proprietor.
WH ALL ITS BRANCHES, NO. 8 EAST
JB. Fourth-street, between Main andHycuniore, Cin
cinnati. aMrite-blnllng In every style. Music Books neat.
ly and dumbly bound. 0. Citutrait,
D. OE FOREST,
Hinder and Paper Ruler,
Third story Times Building, will do all work In bl
line with neatness and dispatch. jyas-lv
FULL AN & WILLIAMSON,
(At the old stand of Pullan, Hatfield A Brown,)
No. M WEST BKOONDBT.,
Joseph phlla5, formerly o( Pullan, Hatfield A Brown
WM.H, WILLIAMSON. HlrM-AOW
THOS. H. WEASNER,
DRALE& IN ALL KINDS OW
BUILDING LUMBER, LATH,
BHINOLEH, ETC., KTO.,
,'ITI riiim Htreet, Clnclnnntl, Ohio.
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
134 MAIN STBKKT, CINCINNATI, 0.
KITREDGE 8t FOLSOM,
AS HI. Vharloa street, Mew Orleans, la.,
Importers o("(lunnSk Sporting Apparatus,
AND D8AI.RR9 IW fllW POWDKR.
LKRNltRKT HVI JAMWi TIBHV
Ij. BYI. & CO.,
CLEANERS OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. 99 Hixth-stroot, between Vine and Rape, In
tlie Mfillriil Oollege, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
may furor us with their pntroungo, oau roly on pnnc
tnulity and lo prices 5PiL-
EN GRAV I N G ,
14 WKST FOURTH STUKKT.
DOOn PL-ATiCS, CARD 0ASK3, 8TATI0NKBT,
etc., etc, eto.
B 0 N S A L L
H. A. SMITH
No. IIS West Six th.atreet,
(Snccessor to Knowllon & Taft.)
No. 5 W eat Kout Hi Mt bet. Walnut oV Vine
I. I. lUHlKN. . B. SMITH,
Krs. 1LUILEN & SMITH,
No. 3 Wet Fourth BU
178 J .
SR. S. WARDLE,
D B ET T I S rJ
OSot No. 138 "West Fourth street,
H. S. WINSLOW,
NO. 131 SYCAMORE STREET, BELOW FIFTH
DR. J. WILSON'S Office, 68 Went Ponrth
street, whore he may be consulted dully for all
Female Complaints, Inflammation of tlie Cervix,
Prolapsus Utorra, all displacements of the Womb,
Hnhml and Cerobrnl affections, and other organic clis-
easus common to femalos. The Doctor's long expe
rience aud recent discovery in the treatment or tne
ahove diseases, can not fail to give entire satisfaction.
The Doctor is agent for a European Female monthly
Pill; price 111 and two stamps. au!6-3m
DRS. B. EHRMAN & W. C. LEECH.
Office honrs from
4(t BIVENTH STREET.
A.M., 1 to S, and 7 to , P. 11.
S. S. NEWTON, M, D.
oaice, 80 Weit Seventh Street,
IRflM Yin AMD HOI.
O. E. NEWTON. M. D.
OrriOB Ne. 90 Wont Sevonth (treat, between Vine
nd Race. Rmidencs No. b3 Seventh street, bo
ween Walnnt and Vine. Crriui Hoviu-iX te 8,1
A, M.t IX to 1H P. M.t 7 ton P. M.
ii. r. iiiiAs'
WATCH & JEWELRY HOUSE
16 West Fourth Street, '
Where can be had every article appertaining to the
Doitneat at a mnctt less price, for CAHU, than
has ever before been ufTered In this market.
GIVE US A CALL
A nd ace for yourselves.
J UWE J,KK,
No. M.H N. K. Cor. Firth and Lodge strnett, be two
Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati.
A gold assortment of HI IiV KB and PLATED W A KL
8PKUTAUL8, etc., kept ooustanlly on hand.
Hpucial attention given toOieaniuK and Repalrlns
Watr.heaand Jownlry. mrlO
BEfitiH A SMITH, No. 6 WesHtb St.
ARE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watches, Jewelry,
Silverware aud Diamonds.
A Una assortment of Plated Tea Sets and Cutlery
anil Oiwrafllmnms. 334
NO. 278 MAIN STREET, BETWEEN
HIXTU A NO KKVKNTH, Jllanuracturxr and
Importer f Knaps, Perfumory nnd Fancy Goods, has
just rweired, pur stenmBr.a lot of Porto Monnlaes,
Cigar tWs, Brushes, Combs, Perfumery, Beef Mar
row and Fancy (iooris of nil deairiptions; also a com-
nlHta AStoi'tlllcnt Of Illlldllf.rrlitf.f Rvtrnnla nrl.lf.il
he Is prepared to soli al a figure lower than any other
oValerlii tlieclty. Also, received thlailay from New
Vnik.a large lot ofDnvid's llluo and Mark Writing
unJ Marking Inks which the anbscrlber will be able
U Sft.1 nv timiiiiri..inni atWWTH aUU re
tailors V1" pl'aaecall iu and examine before pur
chasing eW."'- .
All kinds 0. "VJSl!? -
84 Ch.NTS PER BOTTLE.
Remember Uie plaoe, .
278 Maln-st., Bet. Jlxth and eventli.
ARANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
flllllfllkV. H. ALLISON. Hud
frlntlai MalerialaofalllUaac. IN
LADD, WEBSTER & CO.
AG AIJV VICTORIOUS.
FIRST PREMIUM !
Awarded at the
PENNSYLVANIA STATE FAIR!
WE INVITE AN EXAMINATION OF
these popular SKWINU MACHINES,
80 West Fourth-street,
WILTS EE BROTHERS.
Improved Two-Threaded lock-Stitch
PAMTLY SEWING MACHINE
835, $30 and 35.
WILL REMOVE, OCTOBER 1, TO
No. G West Fourth-street,
Over Hoggs 4 Smith's.
WAgenti wanted. Address
W1I.TSEIC BKtlTHKUH, AentN,
ocl P. O. Bo2,3W, Cinclmiall, O.
$30. $30. $30. $30.
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitch
SECURED BY ItKUKNT l.ETTKRS PATENT.
THIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PKO
NOUNOKI) by all competent Juileee, who
liavo seen it, to be the host and moat desirable Fam
ily Sowing Mni'hlne ever introduced, resnrdlexs
oi price, it win sow an Kinas oi isniiiy goous,
from the very thickont to the very tinestfttbricaiuade,
and uses all kiuds of thread, from Mo. g to 200.
No oil Is used on lopof the Mnchlne.
Hend lor a cin ulnr, or cull and see it in operation.
U pou ear'. application, 8 tute mid County Rights may
An eaernotlo person can mnko a fortune In a short
time. Ageuts wauteil in all unsold territory.
II. f. HURT l AN,
Be le nnd excliKlvo BKnt for the United Slates,
sepufmt S Wt'Bt rourtli-street. Olnclniiatl.
OTITCHINQ THE SAME ON BOTH
sides, leaving; no ridge or chain, and impossible
to ravel. For speed, accuracy or ease of motion, the
Elliptic Machine is without a rival,
Cincinnati, Office S3 Went Fourth street,
KELSEY & CO.'S
Offlce30 West Fourth-street,
E ASK OF A DISCRIMINATING
nubile in Biirsuit ofa reliable 8ewinc-Ma.
chine, tuo most rigid comparison of the merits of
thesiimacliiuxswitn all others in the market. We
court It, being sure it will result in our favor.
I). W. HARRINGTON & CO.,
anM A cents.
SINGEO SEWING MACHINES,
Price Etduced to $50, 978, SllOand 912S.
Sinter's New Family Hewing machine,
The price of which is only gffl, Is a light and elegant
ly decorated Machine, capable of performing, in the
beat style, all the sewing ofa private family.
ginger's Trnwtverae Hliuttle Machine,
To be sold at (7.1, Is a Machine entirely new in its ar
rangement; it ie very beautiful, moves rapidly and
very easily, and, for family nse and light mannfac.
turlna mirnnsfla. is the verv best and cheanest Mi.
chine sver offered to the public.
Singer's No. 1 Standard Shuttle lllncliine,
Formerly sold at 8135, but now reduced to (110, Is
known all over the world. Every sort of work can
be done with it.
Singer's No, 3 Standnrd Shuttle Machine,
This is the favorite manufacturing Machine even.
where Price, with table complete, (1125.
aWSend for a Olrcnlar.
Agent for J. fit. Singer A Co.
No. 8 East Fourth street,
Jel4-t CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Wt S. DODDB,
Formerly ot Hall.Dodds A Oe.i late Urban.Dodds A Oo.
AV. B. Ilodds & Co.,
MajrtriAonTBiaj or thi
Fire and Burglar Proof
8. W. Corner of Tine fe Second Streets.
This Is the most reliable FIBI AND BUROLA
PROOF SAKE that is made in the United States.and
is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower erlcea. and is of bettor workmanslifii than
oan tie found elsew here.
We have a large assortment on hand, and are de
termined to tall at prices that cannot fall to please.
Takei In eichnnRO. SEOOND-HAND HAFJCH M-
A.T REDUCED PRICES.
WE IIAVE ON IIAND TnK LARGEST
variety and beat tolectod assortment or Gas
Fixtures in Ulnciniiatl, conslating of all that is new
ordeiirabloin theOas rixturellne.
We warrant every Fixture wo soil to bo canal, both
In material and finish, to any that is sold in this 0
any other market, and in addition will guarantee
them to retain their color and remain perfect fo'llva
years from the time they are put up by us.
Call, see, and examine ourstock,
. . . MeUltKBT A (J ARSON,
jy21-em 1(52 Main street, near Fourth
ftMfK OVTCAI,T ELASTIC ME.
JL TAI.LIO KOOriNO'Ms ofTered to the publlo
as tho bnst ami clieapost Metal Uoof now used, Its
merits tosted by an experience of years In this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or nw
buildings. Mo solder used fastened securely wlth
ont exposure to the action of the elements.
Prepared aheets, boxed for shipment to any part of
the United States, can lie applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly piled.
, .OALDWKLu A iO,
, ITl-tf IM y eat Second street.
Mayor's Officii, Ginqinhati,')
October 6, 18SV. J
IN TUESUANCE OF A RESOLUTION
adopted ly tha City Conncll on the Stli Inst., I
tliererore issue this, my Pioclamatlon, requesting
t lie keepers of OohVe-hoiiSFs and Boer-aaloona to close
their houses on the llth day of October next, the
day of Bute and ttoniity Elections, In conrnrinlty
villi the resolution of Council anil 111 general wish
of the community. ,
B. II. B1HH0P,
J. J. BUTLER'S
Excelsior Fluid inks.
Manufactory, 39 vine St. M
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
WAget'Cy established In Cincinnati In 1N'J5, an
tolatlng ell present locul Insurance Companies and
Agencies in the Insurance buniness In tliiscity. 33
years ooml ant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience, fnterprlee and liberality, especially com
mend tha &TNA Insurance Company lo the favora
ble patronage of this communia standing solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of
tosses puld In Clnrlnnnll durkig past Fle
Vears, 9150,084 7.
Cash Capital $1,000,000.
ABSOLUTE AND UNIMPA1BED.J WITH A
SUHl'JiUS OF 91,030,423 80.
And tho prestige of to yeansucrandexgiedenoe.
Over $100,000 iu Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OP 81,000,000, LOSSES
Have been paid by the Mtutk Insurance Company In
the past 40 years.
Fire nnd Inland Navigation. Bisks accepted
at terms consistent with solvency aud fair prorHs.
Especial attention given to Insurance of Swellings
and Contents, for terms of 1 to 5y s.
Application made to any duly .athorlmd Agent
prom ptly attoniled to. By strict attention to a legit
imate Insurance business, this Company Is enabled
to oiler both Indemnity for the past and security for
the future. P lli h s Issued without delay by
JA8. li. OA tTBil, Acnt, No. 40 Uniu street.
A. F. I'ATO . Assistant Agent.
II. K. LIN I) KV, Agont 171 Vine street.
J. J. HOOK!, ., Agont. Fulton. 17th Ward, ant
WSIORS ONLY OH LHHI MANUKAOTUBF.P,
WHOLES ALU AND BF.TA1T., BY
BEXNETT & 0.,
ivJ-am Bvcamore etroet, boloy Fifth.
'"WAT7i7s Y"Arf JEIwT.
TUB MOSTRKMAIirE FIRE AND
BUBGLAR PROOK 8AFKS. They have given
more satisfaction than any other now in nse.
Weolferareward of ONE THOUSAND 1)01,.
I. AltS to any person that can, up to tho prosent
time, allow a single Instance whoreln thoy have fulled
to preserve their contonts.
With this MAFfi we challenge all compotltton, as
liolncr tha best. Fire iroof. Burclar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now nisde; and are willing to
lost wmi any esiaoiiMiimeni hi tne union, auu me
nartv failing first, to forfeit to the other, the sum
We are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer Iu the United
tfocond-hand Safes of other makers, alo on hand.
Werespectfiilly invite tho public to call and exam
ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
II A Hi, OARKOLL & CO.,
8Ugl2-aj't No. 1.0 ami 17 Kitxt Columbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Billons Cholio, and
ALL PAEVS W THE STOMACH I BOffELS.
Mado by CEO. 8. I.IOIIT,
WHOLESALE DRUGOISr, CINOINNATI.
FOR BALE BY JOBS T. PARK, 8UIRK, KCK
ST1NE A CO., and Druggists generally. Order Uft
at Williamson A IIatvield, mo. 41 Walnut itreat
will be attended to. anlB-lnovl
GLASGOW AND NEW YORK
BTBAM TO QLA3G0 w.HVEBPOOL, BStrAST,
9UBLIS ANP LONDONDBIiBT
OlnnsoW) Thomson.Vednosday, Ang. 24, at 12 noon
Edinburgh, Oummlng.. Wednesday, Jnnel, "
OlrtHgow, Thomson " July , "
Edlnburh,OummiDg.. " July 27, "
Kdlnbnrgli, Onmminiz...Satnrday, May 7.
Ulnsgfow, Thomson,,. Wednesday, July 27.
Edinburarh, Cummlng... July 2.
Rates of Passage from New York, Philadelphia or
Boston, to Glasgow. Liverpool, Delfast, Dublin or
Londonderry, firstclase, 973- Steerage, found with
an abundance of proporly-cooked provisions,
An experienced Burgeon attached to oach steamer.
No charge for medicines.
For freight or Passage, apply to
aefl BOBKBT 01iA,Q. IT UroadwapO
I. X. L.
AFTER MANY TEARS OF PRACTICAL
experience in the art of If uslard -making, the
proprietors offer the above brand of Mustard to the
fiubllo, guaranteeing It a strictly pnre article, mann
actured from the best quality of sued, carefully se
lected with the design of prodnclnga Mustard UUPK
ItlOlt IN k'LAVOB AND PUNGENCY TO ANY
NOW IN I'HK. We liave no hesitation In saying
that all lovers of good MusUrdwill rind the 1. X. L.
to be that which they so freqaently fail to obtain,
MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTARD.
WOrdors promptly tilled.
HARRISON A WILSON,
Je!4 91) nurt 1411 Wnlnnt-street.
Merrell's Blackberry Anodyne.
THIS MEDICINE IS OFFERED TO THE
public asoneoftliebest, If not the very best med
icine that has ever been Invented for Diakiiiika, Dvs
RNrKRY, Cholkba Imfahtuh, and nil other derange
ments of the 8tomaoh and Digestive Organs, which
aresopreialantand fatal In our conntry corrects
til d( rsri ted condition of the Liver: ulbiis Nervous
1' It. Ml t s, such ns Is cauaed by Teething. gives
pi nc jeallhyactlon to the bowels, aud withal, is
Money! money! Money!
. llemoved from 3D Went SUtli-Ntreet.
MONEY L0ANE1DON WATCHES, JEW
Kl.lt V and all klnils of Merchandise, at low
rates of interest, st No. 173 Vino-street, between
fourth ami Fifth. - - 214
F11IIE nnierslgned ll prepared to put on a
JL Composition Boof of the host quality at abort
OAlcoln JAB. IJruce's Carriage Repository, cor
ner Third and Vine,
4r Jtooling material constantly on hand, and for
sale. Qy27-3m) J. M. NOIILK.
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
mANTFACTlTRERS OF B R, SHEET
if JL and Boiler Iron, Plow Blubs, Railroad Spikes
Kto. Also, Agents for the sale of 1 ronton Htar Nails
ly aai ooconu Direei, uiucinnat
sMTAll kinds Iron made to order.
J. T. DROWNE & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF JEWELRY,
new wholesale establishment, (17 West Third
street, botween Walnut anil Vine, (room No. 4, up
slain.) Cincinnati. Factory at Providence, Rhode
lsland. New sty Its rewired weskly. stalUHm
WILLIAM H.BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
and Conatellor at Law, Chase's Building
laird street, I doers Hast of Mala. . 171
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
OUR DAILY TRAINS LEAVE TUB
Sixth-street Depot. -
Tralna rim throiish to Indianapolis. Lima. Ran.
dusky and Clevefand without change of cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North,
trn and North -western cities.
0 A. HI. KXPHESH TRAIN (Columbus time,
which is seven minutes faster than Cincinnati) Kur
Cleveland and Pittsburg, via Delaware, makes close
connection at Crostline for Pittsburg, Baltimore,
Philadelphia and New York; and at Cleveland for
Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston and New York. Also, con
nects at Dayton with Dayton and Michigan Boad for
Troy, Piu.ua, tjldney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, l"ort
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Toledo at 3:30, Dotroit
at 6:00, and Chicago at 7:20 P. Ma Quincy and Galena
at 7 A. M. Also, at Dayton with Greenville and Miami
Boad, for Greenville, Union, Winchester and Miin
ele. Also, connects at Richmond with Indiana Cen
tral Boad, for Indianapolis, Lafeyette, Chicago. Term
Haute, St. Louis, auu all Western cities. Also, at
Richmond with Cincinnati and Chicago Road, for
Anderaon, Kokomo and Peru. Also, connocts with
Junction Railroad at Hamilton for Oxford,
H A. M. ill A Hi TRAIN i'or Dayton, Spring,
field and Sandusky Connects at Sandusky with.
STEAMER for DETROIT; at UKBANAforCOLUM
BUS: at Forest with Pittsburg, Kort Wayne and Chi
cago Bond, East and West; at Clyde with C. and To
ledo Road for Cleveland and Buffalo, Toledo, Dotroit
and Chicago. This train also connocts at DELA
WARE with the U,0. A 0. Road for Cleveland and
points East; also connects at Hamilton with Junction.
Railroad for Oxford.
4iaO P. M. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield
and Sandusky Connects at Forest with Pittsburg.
Fort Wayne and Chicago Road, East and West; at
Olvde with C. and Toledo Road for Clovelandang lltif.
fnio, Toledo, Detroit and Chicago. Also, connects if"
Richmond for Indianapolis, Torre Haute, St. Louis
and Chicago. Also, coiiuectswlth Junction Railroad
at Hamilton forOxford.
U If. M. TRAIN For Dayton, Troy, Plqna, Bid
ney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wayne and Olil.
cago, ri achlng Chicago at g A. M.
The (i and 8 A. M. trains couneot at Olevelae.il
With steauicrs for Bullnlo.
Fur further information and Tickets, apply at tha
Ticket offlcee-north-oast corner Front aud Droail.
way; No. 19 Walnut-straet, near Gibson Hoiiae: at
the new Tickot omoe, o tbe west aide cf Vine-striet.
between Postoflice and Burnet Uouse; at tbe Walnaf
Btreet House, or at the Sixth-street Dpot.
aul D. MoLiBEN, Superintendent.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Train No. 1 K j prss, at 6 A . M ., connects via
Ciilmnlina aud Cleveland, via Columbtis.Crestlino and
Pittsburgh, via Colunibiu, Hteubenville and Pitta,
burgh, Detroit via Clevelaudaiul stmor. Tills Train
stops, between Cincinnati and Columbus, at Lovn.
land, Deertleld, Morrow. Xenla, Codarvllle, South
Charleston, London and West JeeTerson.
SecondTiain-No.2KxpnHS,at 8:311 A. M.,connects
via Coluinbiis, Bellair and Hon wood; Wh wling; via
t)olunibos,8teubenvilleand Pittsburg; via Columbus,
Urostline and Pittsburg: via Columbus and Clove.
Intid; Detroit, via Cleveland and steamer; Whlto Sul.
phnr Shitlon, via SpringHold. This Train stops m
twoen Cincinnati and Columbus, at I'lainvillo, Mil.
ford, Miaiuivllle, Luveland, Deerlield, Morrow, Cor
win, Spring Valley, Xeuiaand London.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:40 P. M., for
Fourth Traln-Hiitht Express, at 11:30 P. M.; con
nects via Columbus, Bellair and Bonwood; Wheeling:
via Colnnibns, Steubenvllle aud Pittsburg; via Co
lumbus, Crestline and 1'ltkiburg: via Columbus suit
Cleveland. This train stops at Loveland, Morrow.
THfs'lrRAIN Loni""u LliI;"NU CABS U
ofcare Ilpre"'' "",'1ntoOleyelandwlthoutchang
oJ Express, throngs to Wheollngwlthout change
The NIQtrr EXPRESS Train leaving Clnclnuahl
at 11:30 P.M., runs dnlly.except SATURDAYS, tha
ether Tralna run daily, oxoopt SUNDAYS.
For all Information, and Through Tickets to Ilos.
ton, New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Waahluu
ton. Buffalo, Niagara Falls. Dunkirk, Cleveland
Pittsburg. Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
apply at the Offices, Walnut Street House, No. I Bur.
net uouse, south-eaat cornor ot Broadway and Float
streets, and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which ll seven min
ntos faster than Cincinnati time.
Omnlbnsei call for passengers by leaving direction
at the Tickot unices. Biyl7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
Onty One Change of Van between CVnctniiolt
. and Chicago.
Three PassengerTrainsleaveCinokinatldatly, from
thefootof llllland Front streets.
5:50 A. M. Chicago Mail arrives at Indianapolis at
10:30 A.M.I Chicago at 7:26 P.M. This train con
nects with all night trains out or Chicago, for the
West and North-west.
12:04 M. Torre Haute and Layfayotte Accommoda
tion arrives at Indianapolis, nt rwsi P. M., making
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terre Haute
Trains end Indianapolis and Lafayette trains for
Decatnr, Sprlnglleld, Naples, ynlncy, Hannibal and
St. Joseph; also with Pern traius for Peru, Ft.Wnyite
fi:00 P.M. Chicago Express arrives at Indianapolis -at
10:30 P. M.i Chicago at 7:40 A.M. Makiug clpft
connections at Chicago with all morning trains out
of Chicago. This train connects at Indianapolis
with Terre Haute trains for all points West and
Sleeping cars are attached to all the night trains
on this line, and run thiough to Chicago without
change of oars.
This la exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with faverable and reliable arrangements
with all connecting roads throughout the entire
West, guarantees nnnsnal care and the amplest ac
commodations to the patrons ot this line.
T Be sure you are in the right ticket office before
you purchase your tickets, and ask for tickets via
Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same as by any other route. Baggage
THROUGH TICKET'S, good until need, can be ob
tained at the ticket offices, at Spencer House Cornor,
north-east oorner Broadway aid Front; No. 1 Bur
net Honse Corner; at the Walnut-itrcet House, and
at Depot office, foot of M 111, on Front street, where
all necessary information may bs had,
Omnlbusses rnn to and from each train, and w
oall for passengers at all hotels and all parts of tha
oity, bl leaving address at either olllce.
W. H. L. NOBLE,
mylO General Ticket Agen t.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
iteffirollh Roilte for
TWO DAILYTDHOUOH TRAINS luavoSlxth stree
Depot, at ft A. M. and 4:30 P. M.
A. M. INDIANAPOLIS, ST. LOUIS A OHIUA
00 FAST EXPRESS. Through direct, making clesy
connections for all other Western and Nortb-v, esten
points, This Train also connocts at Richmond wltl
Cincinnati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Xoko
mo Logansport, and all points on Wabash Yalle'
""p.'M.-INDIANAPOLIS, CHICAGO A ST
LOUIS NIGHT EXPRESS. The above Trains mafc
close connections at Indianapolis, Lafayotteand Ch
cago, with Trains for Terre Haute, Bprlngflobtri'. n'
isianu, uaieeuurH, jneuosna, t,a i rosso, jacKsonriii
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Blatton,Naple
Ualena, Qulncy, Prairie dn Clilen, Pana, Penrb
Dnnlelth.Racine, Decatur, Bloomington, Jollet, 1
Salle, St. Paul, and all towns and cities In the Nortl
sMTThrongh Tickets given and Baggage obeckt
For further information and Through Tickets, an
ply to Ticket Offices, north-east corner ol Front ai ,
Broadway; No. 1M Walnut street, near Fourth; it-south-east
corner of Fourth and Vine street, or - i
the Sixth-street Depot.
D. M. MORROW, ii:o, :nt"iii,leiit.
Omnibuses will call for panning ... r iei.vii:g tlio'
names at either of the Ticket Otf
I3 W. U. . v ', Agiiut.
OA ND Y I OA N I) Y
1ST. CJjJSlJEVHL, I
(Bneoejsor to Mtisi AOe,)
Mannfaetnrers and Wholesnle Dealer';
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES, t
40 MAIW STREET, CINCINNAtTT"
, , iiifil
I SPECIALLY TREATS DIBEAflEa C
4 THB SKIN, RHEUMATISM. DISEANKS I
WOMEN, aud inch Chronic complaints as may
benefitted by the Hygyenic and Atmopalhlo systr
of bis office.
Vapor, Hulphnr, Iodine, Amnio, Merciftsj. T
klsh, Russian and Electro -Chemical Batha. .
pensaryof Medicine, and every manner of Bleed
and Magnetic Apparatus.
, NO. 7 WEST SIXTH-STREET.
ktimv A, M.Uif.M, T4l9-r
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