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VVKDNKI DA Y....-.-.....i.......(t;TOBEIt l!i
IX CENTS WILL PAY FORTHE
PINNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
WONDERS WILL NEVER CEASE.
[CONCLUSION.]
. , , A wild leo, that is a bumblo-bec, cn
wring a room, gives wnvnina or death,
.So docs the orowing of a hon, so doea tho
, squeaking of a mouse boljinJ the bed of
. ., a sick person, it the door ot a nearso
bo closed boforo the mourners oro all in
, the eouohoB, thore will be another death
.". in the family. If a cow breaks into your
garden there will be death in your house
.' within six months. The gentleman who
.. . iiends note of this superstition adds the
singular fact that it was made known to
him by the breaking of three cows into
his own garden, when an old house sor-
i vaut grieved tiiat tnero would be three
' doaths in tho family within six months
" 1 H.- ,.. rilL L ' J i.li C
unit imuiu nviv. iuu buiiu wiu tuub in a
'.' son-in-law, into whose garden a cow broke
., somo weeks before he died. Nobody can
die on a bed in whioh there are any pigeon
' or gamo feathers. This is a wide-spread
belief, easily confirmed to the ignorant by
.," proofs like tho following, whieh were ad-
i duoed by a Sussex laborer against a
, ' skeptic: "Look at Door Muster S .
V" how hard he wore a dying; poor soul, he
could not dio any way. till neighbor Put-
' tick found out how it wer. 'Mustor
, ,5 1 says he, 'ye be lying on geamo
" feathers, mon, surely;' and eo he wor.
So we took'n out o' bed and laid'n on the
floore, and he pretty soon died then!"
,ul The last thing a man longs to eat seems
to bo pigeon. A very respectable far
mers wne oeing applied to lor some
pigeons whioh a sick man fancied ho
could eat, said, "Ah I poor sick fellow, is
, ho so far gone V A pigeon is generally
, the last thing they want. I have supplied
many a one for the like purpose." If a
pigeon is seen sitting on a tree, or enters
a house, or from being wild grows tame,
that is a sign of death. If anv bird flies
into a room and out again by an open
window, that is a sign of death among
tho inmates of the house. The soul may
bo seen going out as a steam or a blue
vaper about fivo minutes after death,
ihen every lock in tho house, of boxes
us well as of dooru, should bo unfastoned.
1 1 usod to bo thought1 that tho first pains
or purgatory were inflicted by the
"izinj of the soul bctiweon the hinges,
squ. '"winy doors ami lids unlocked
und that n.- ' to the? departing a freo,
and open causeu . hVrc,"n6 look of a
painless escape The- - child, pre
mother's love upon u dying, -ind the
vents tho fleeting of its soul, com.
child struggles in vain to dio, till tiit
"passionate eyes of the mother are ayeru . j
1 -in. ; . : r,F Lr.1 nfisa: but thei'O lb
mis io j" ' , ,i
also tho evil eye, which causes death. An
.i woman had a rosary of lucky stoncs
ihut is to say, of stones with holes in
them-hung up in her co age. He
owned unwillingly to a lnendly lady that
it was meant lor protection ugwum.
evil eye. "Why, Nanny," said the lady,
"You surely don't believo in witches now
adays ?" "No 1 1 don't say 'at I do ; but
certainly i' former times thore was m
zards und buzzards, and them sort o
tilings." "Well," answered the lady,
i i.w "luifc vnn surolv don't think
there are any now?" "No! 1 don't say
atthcr' are; but I do believe inaycyil
eye." " As to the old lady's buzzards,
tliero is a story in Yorkshire of an igno
rant person being asked if ho over said
his pray era, who repeated them as" follows:
From witchoa nd wfizanls and long-talli bnll,
' ud creeping things tlint run in licdge-hvttomt)
Good Lord deliver ui."
Then again there are to bo romombcrflji
nx nart of tho noDular faith of tho igno
rant, tho legends still attached to rocksi
and streams, and churches. Urccdon
Church, in Lincolnshire, stands alone on
the top of a high hill with tho village at
its foot. They began building it within
tlio village till thoy changed the site,
because every night the stones laid dur
ing tho day wcro carried up tho hill top
. by'doves. Tho site and name of Winwick
church was decided by a pig who every
night camo crying wee-wick ! wee-wick !
and carried the stones in his mouth from
the wrong place selected, to the ground
hallowed by St. Oswald's death. Tho
devil built the bridge at Kirby Lonsdale,
and the picturesque stones in tho stream
below ore those which he was carrying in
his apron when its string broke. At
I'col, in tho Isle of Man, a witch with a
basin of water said once that the herring
(lort wnnlil not return. Everv shin was
lost, and she was rolled down hill in a
barrel set with spikes. The grass has
never crown since on the barrel's track,
and to this day you may "see tho mark
all down." The Welsh peasant hears
spirit-hounds, tho Cron Annwn, when the
storm sounds over the mountains. Some
times swelling like the bay of a blood
hound, the nearer they are to a man tho
less their voice, and the further the louder.
. Tho shriek of tho Cyooraeth is often
heard. She is the hag of the mist, who
sits ia the mountain fog, with torn dis
hevelled hair, lank arms and claws, lone
black teeth in her corpse-like face, and
leathery bat s wings. Her name means
cold grief, and her wail freezes the blood
of those who hear it Sometimes slio
Haps her wings against the window-pane,
and moans the name of one within who
haB been marked for death. It is this
hag who outs the torrent beds by drop
ping, when she is about to settle on a
mountain, tne nugo stones sno carries in
. her cloak as ballast when sho flics. In
somo parts of South Wales, this hag has
uo away, but it is Urcnhin Llwyd, the
rcy King, wno sits crer snent in tne
mist. There is a Welsh fairy, the Pwcoa,
that is scon constantly upon the moor in
the form of a handful of loose dried grass
nJlini: before the wind. Even upon a
wisp of dried gTass will tho fancy be set
rulling. Miss Costello tells a Pyrencan
legend which detects tho spirit of the
Lord of Or the in two straws moving on
the floor.
The fancy must and will work. The
wholo world is full of wonders that re
veal the divine glory and goodness. Life
is full of strango; probloms, of entangle
ments of love and enmity, of days
mirth and weeping, that cngroau attention
iVciin all powers of tho mind and soul.
While wo are ignorant wo link religion
suuh fanoilul opinions oh those of which
handful has been shaken' out on this
, leaf of paper. Teach folks a little better;
! let their fancy, thriving upon diet whole
wane and abundant, be tho steady helper
to them, that it may add its quickening
' influence to their pleasure and their work
ir J.
:. ;. . -
hero, and bocome thoir hope for the
hereafter. .. Superstition will soon vanish.
All that is poetry in folk-lore may abide
while there is literature in our country.
As superstition, it degrades ; as poetry, it
raises us." For, r - .;
Bhakapeare's self, with cv'ry garland crowu'd,
flew to those fit i ry clime his fancy sheen,
In musing hour; hit wayward sisters found,
And with their terrors drest tho magic scene.
from them he aung, when, 'mid his bold design,
Before the Soot, Hllllcted and aghast,
The shadowr kingaof Bano.uo's fated lino
. Through the dark cave ia gleainy pageant passod.
Hut it is not worth while to drag a
dying man out of his bed because we
fancy he is lying upon ganw feathers, or
to go into a church at mid-night and
steal a minute cutting of lend from each
diamond tiano of its windows, that we
may make of such cuttings a heart of
lead for cure ot siokness. mere is too
muoh of tho heart of lead, too little of tho
golden heart that brings mon health, in
such credulity.
Popping The QuEsnoN-This is a ter
rible business to a timid lover a thing
whioh he droads mora than atooth-pull-
mg. A Jong time alter no Knows tnat nis
fair one has made up her mind to havo
him, and after she has shown him that
her soul, if not ( in arms," is eager
for the wedding, still he approached the
final business of formally popping the
question covered with blushes, and tremb
ling with iear.
figyln a village school, recently, when
the scholars were parsing, the word waif
occurred in the sentence. The youngest
who was up a bright-eyed little fellow
puzzled over the word for a few minutes,
and then, as a bright idea struck him, he
burst out with "I oan conjugate it Posi
tive waif, comparative waifcr, superlative
sealing wax."
Tub Truth. Sholton in one of his
sermons says: "An upngnt is always
easier than a stooping posture, because it
13 more natural, and one part is better
supported than another ; bo it is better to
be an honest man than a knave. It is
also more graceful."
13Sy"Ayoun!;Tennessoe clergyman seems
to have compressed the wholo body of his
sermon on "deceit" in the following: "Oh,
my biothron, the snowiest shirt-front may
conceal an aching bosom, and the stifTest
of all rounders, encircle a throat that has
many a bitter pill to swallow."
USThoro is no little cnomv. A man
cither hates you with his whole heart, or
ho don't hate you at all. This hating a
little is a good deal like blowing up a
powder mill a little. It's a feat tliat
can't be done.
fiigyPhyeicmns in India raiso blistors
with ret hot iron, aud dress them with
cayenne pepper. If such treatment docs
not make uconlo "smart." wo don't know
anything that would.
JWSyThcrci is in ovory human countc-
!ineo oithar a history or u prophecy
wW"'1 mi'sfe wadden, or at least soften ev
ery rboct'n" observer.
of
to
MERCHANTS, ATTENTION.
VET IS
AKK NOW l'KKPAHKD TO DO,
WW i
nn the xhor tost uotiu). uud In the luteal and
uiuatfaaUiunableatylei allklndi ul
Job Printing,
SUCH AS
Blliti OF tADWOi
BILLS Of FA UK;
LKTTKIt dEADtti
MUrtTaAQKS;,
CIRCULARS;
COUPONS;
rOLIOIES;
POSTICUS;
nil AT TICKETS;
AUCTION BILLS;
CUKCKB;
BONDS;
DEKD3;
rUOQItAMUKS;
oa:hl:djs;
BAILEOAD
AND
STEAMBOAT WORK!.
IN FINK STVL AT MUDKUATI MICKS.
FRANCISCO & CALDWELL.
At the Old Established Stand,
11 EAST riKTJJ. BKT. MAIN ANDhVOAMOitK,
I1IAV A LARGE AND DKSIUABLB
Block of Hoiiw-holu and Olllce Kiirullure, lmtU
newamlHoiond hmid, coiifisMng of line histals,
sulaa and parlor t'liiiim, ISrussels and insrnin carpets,
itil.r.l.,!!,. rutlnrv. I,t(!. A fllltt assorl IllOllt ol Colin.
b ra, shelvlnir, office desks anil sIih1, etc. Also,
stock of liilliard tables, pianos, ealra iimrhle-top
conntrrs aud tablet on naiiu aim mr ksii; iow.
t-p.iiiB.mj WM. CAlt'l'Ell, I'roprleb
Pure Coal Oil.
TOST RECEIVED AND fOB SALE, AI
M One Dollar per gallon. iy
J. H. 1B WKIN, Qrocer,
aepttem W7 East JTront-stroet,
BUSINESS CAKDS.-
RAILRQAD HOTEL,
: (Fronting the Staua.bat landing.)
North-east Corner Broadway and Front.
OIHCIKNATI, OHIO. ;
R. F. LEVEEING, Proprietor.
ri!0 PROCURE THE VERY f BEST
. 8TUNC'ICj MARKING 1'liATJi ' i
That can l made In the city goto
E3. in. I'O'OTian.s,;
. li Walnnt-Bt., bet. Third nnrt KonrtU, .
Next door to tho MhsoiiIo Temple.) .
E. M. P. bus three Diploma! uwarded hiin for th
nest wnrK
oc7-um
WE MOREHOUSE & C0.,;
JIANVrACTUBKHS ABB DEALERS IN '
PURNITUBE, CIIAIEB, AND AIL
kinds of Mattrosiwa and Bedding, at the old
land, No. ilk) Syciiniore-atroot, eait dido, between
Fourth anil Fifth-stroete, aevouth store ahoro
Foiirth-atreot. Ohnrch Powa liued aud ciuihloned.
All ordera promptly attended to. ool-cm
ANDERSON & HANNAPOBDjArcbitect,
Mancbeator Building, :
B. W. corner Third nnd Sycamore .
Jyl OINOINNATI, 03U).
Madison House,
MAIN STBJiET, .
BETWEEN FE0NT AND BEOONP, OINOINNATI.
F. P, CAI1ILL, Proprietor, j
lyltcm
' Book Binding
IN AH ITS BRANCHES,1 NO. 8 EAST
Fonrth-atreot, botweon Main and Bycamore, Cin
cinnati.
4-Ke-binding In every atjle.
ly and durably bound.
rjr29-fiml'
Mnilo TJooki neat
0. CBOPi'ptt.
D. DE FOREST, '
Book Binder and Paper Ruler,
Third atorr Times Building, will do all work Jn M
line with neatueaa and diapatch.
jy28-ly
PUI1I1AM & WILLIAMSON,
(At tha old itand of Pnllan, Hatfield ft Brown,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
Mo. 51 WKST 8K0OND ST.,
. CUIOIKHArl.
jeaCTH ptniAM, formerlrof Pnllan, Hatfield a Brown
WM.B.WIUUIAMSOM. ; mrti-aun (
THOS. H. WEASNER,
BEA1EE IM ALL KINDi Of
BUILDING LUMBER, LATH,
BHINQtES, ETC., KTO.,
371 riiiin Street, Cincinnati, Olilo.
irM-cm'
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
;4 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI, 0. ' :
KITREDGE 8c. FOLSOM,
5S 8t. Oharlea atreet, Now Orloaaa, La.,
Importers of Guns it Siiortlng Aiiparntus,
AWD PHALKR8 IN QUIT POWMB. -
LtBNLtET BIL. JAMES TKBSY
L. BYLi & CO.,
CLEANERS OP SINKS AND VAULTS,
No.'W Wxth-streot.betwofln Vino and Kace.iu
the Medical UolloKe, Uindniiati, Ohio. Persona who
may fiiTor unwitU their patromige, can ruly on nunc
tuiility and low prjcei. aopl-ay
EN G RAVI N G ,
14 WKST FOURTH STREET.
DOOIl PLATES, CAUD CASES, STATION KKY,
etc., etc., etc.
DENTAL CARDS.
C, BOSS A 1. 1,.
BONSALL
It. A. SMITH
MITH,
& S
DENTISTS,
No. 11S West Sixth-street,
' CINCINNATI. sepl-cm
J. TAFT,
(Successor to Knowlton ft Taft.)
'DENTIST,
No. M West Fourth St., bet. Walnut Si Vlu
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Bt'lC'l '
m. 1IAMLEN & SMITH,
3D DE3 3NT T I TS ,
No. 3 West Fuurtli St.
178
DR. S. WARBLE,
DENTIST
Office No. 138 West Fourth street,
OINOINNATI, OHIO : '
H. S. WINSLOW,
NO. 151 SV.0AMOBKSTBKKT, DBLOW FIFTH
;,2o.cm tlitctwWATt.
MEDICAL CARDS.
MEDICAL.
1R. J. WILSON'S OiTioe, 58 West Fourth
M.9 street, where bo m7 bo conaultcd daily for all
Female Complaints, Inflammation ol tne 'rvix,
Pnilapsua Hturcft, all dinpincemcniHoi me nuinu,
Boiual and Cerebral nflectlona, and other orgauiodls
oiucs common to females. The Doctor's long expo
rienco and rocont discovery in the treatment of tho
above diseases, can uot fail ti give ontiro satisfaction.
rue uoctur is ngeni ior a ivmopu uui
Pill; prico Tand two stanips. au!6-3m
DRS. B. EHKMAN & W. U. LEJtSUH.
MOMOIOI'ATIIISTS.
OFFICE NO.
Oftlcn hours from
jyw-cin
46 SKVKKTH STRKET.
A.11,,1 to3,and7to,P.M.
It. S. NEWTON, M. D.
Office, SO West Ssventh Street,
rrwux TIKI AID 1A01.
808
O. E. NEWTON. M. D.
OrnoK No. 90 West Seventh atreet, between Vine
end Bate, iibsibbkos ro. nt ofveniii sireei,
wocn Walnut Bnd Vine. Ofrioi IlonBg-7X to e!i
A, M.i 1H to 1H P. M.; 7 to s P. M.
JEWELRY.
n
ii. r,
New
K1.1AS'
Wholesale .
witch & jRvnitiY nona
16 West Fourth Street.
Where oan be had every article appertaining to the
Business at a much lei prloe, for CASH, than
baa ever before been offered In this market.
GIVE USA CALL
And see for yonrselves avM
WM. WHITAKER.
JEWELER,
No. MX N. K. Cor. Fifth and IioiIro streets, betwea
Agood aasortmentofSILVKHand PLATED WABB,
brwui ALJijn, exr., kopi consrnniiyon nnnn.
Heoclal attention clvon to CUajiiim and Iteealrlni
waicnaaaiia jewniry. mint
BEfiGS & SMITH, No. 6 Weft 1th St.
A RE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
1. tbelr largn assortment of Watches, Jowolry,
Silverware Bnd Diamonds.
. . AUO .'
A Una assortment of Fisted Ten Sets and Ontlery
and Opera Dlasiws. 724
HENRY DAVID, -
NO. 278 MAIN STREET, BETWEEN
MXTHAKIi KKVKNTn, Mnntifnctnrrr and
Importer or Soups, Perfuitery and Fancy floods, has
just received, pi r steamer, a lot of Porto Monniuos,
Clsar Ciim'S, llrushes, Ooinfii", Perfumery, Deof Jlar
rnw and Fahcy Goods of all descriptions; also a com
pleteastoi'tineiit of tlnu)kerthio Kxtracts, which
liols prepared to sell at a flguro lower than auy other
nViilcrin tho elly. Also, roa ivcil thla day from New
York, a Inrae lot ofI:tvld'a Ulun sml Uluck Wrillnu
and Marking Inks which thn subscriber will bn able
to sell lit manufacturer s prices. Jobbers and
will please call in and examine before pur
clmsiug elsewhere. ,
All kludanf Kxtracts at
25 CENTS PE11 BOTTLE.
Uemomber the place,
214 Maln-st., 15et. Sixtli and sventli.
leepft)
IilBANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
' FOUNDRY, It. ALLISON, RuperinUndent.-
. rianug uawnuui ui autaiuus, ids vine sireai,
SEWING MACHINES.
re
tuilois LADD, WKBSTER & CO.
AGAm VICTORIOUS.
; H ; FIRST PREMIUM
U Awarded at the -
PEMSIIVANIA STATE
FAIR!
WE INVITE AN EXAMINATION OF
these popular SBW1NU ALACIIINB&
atour .
NEW SALES-ROOM,
80 West Fourth-street.
: : j gazette: building, '
eel ! CINCINNATI. tf
REMOVAL.
WILTSEE BROTHERS,
; DKAIiEBS IN -'
"sroTTUirG-'s
Improved Two-Threaded lock-Stitch
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
I 830 and 35.
: No. 82 Fifth-street,
WILL REMOVE, OOTOBEB 1. TO
No. 6 West Fourth-street,
UverBeggs 4 Smith's. -WAgoats
wanted. Address . J. .: .
, WILTSEE BROTH EKS, Antn,
od P. 0. Box 2,309, Cincinnati, O.
$30. $30. $30. $30.
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitch
88CTJKED BY RECENT LETTERS PATENT.
r1HI& MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO
M. NOTJNCED by all eomneteiit Judges, who
nave seen it, to he the beat and most desirable Fam
ily Bowing Machine ever introduced, reanrdless
of price. It will sow all kinds of family Hoods,
from the rery thickeatto thevcry finest fabrics made,
ami uses all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 200.
170 oil iBMiseu on top 01 tne nine nine.
Hend for A circular, or mil nnri .u. it In nnitralUii
TJnon earlv aDDlicatlon. State and (Innntv U117I1 ta muir
be secureu.
Aneaorgetlo person can make a fortune In a short
time. Agents wanted in nil unsold territory.
,.,,. V. lUlltT.UAN,
8c la and exclualve agent for tho Uuitod States,
sepltfnit - West Foiirth-strcet, Cincinnati.
Sloat &Co.
SEWING MACHINES,
CJTITCIIINa THE SAME ON BOTH
slJos, Icariug uo ridge or cliuiu, aud impoaalblo
to rarel. For speed, accuracy or ease of motion, the
Elliptic Machine Is without a rival.
Cluclncntl, OUlce 5'J Went Fourth atreet.
IS0P28 :
KELSE Y & CO.'S
S B WI N G - M A C IIINE S
Office30 West Fourth-street,
CINCINNATI.
w
E ASK OP A DISCRIMINATING
riiblic, in pursuit of a reliablo Hewins-Ha-
chlne, thn most rlxid comparison of tho merits of
these Machines with all others in tho market. We
court it, being sure it will result in our favor.
V. W. HARRINGTON & CO.,
an.V Agents.
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES.
Pr.:et Reduced to f SO, T5, (IllOattd 125.
Sinter's New Family Sewlnc Mnclilne,
The price of which is only J.V), is a IlKhtandolcgnnt-
lyitecoraten macnine, cnpauie ot poriorming, intue
best style, all the sewing of a private family.
Blnger'a Trnnavorae Shuttle Machine,
To be Bold at ?75, la a Machine entirely new In its ar;
rangeniont; it is very beautiful, movea rapidly and
ry easily, anu. ior lamuy use anu ngm maiiiiisu-
tnring purposes, ia the very beat and cheapest ma
chine evor offered to the public,
blotter's No. 1 Standard Shuttle Machine,
Formerly sold at JIM, but now reduced to 8110, Is
known all over the world. Every sort of work can
be done with It.
Singer) No. 3 Standard Shuttle Machine,
Thla Ii the favorite manufacturing Machine every
where Price, with table complete, 125.
VHend for a Circular. . .
JAMES SKARDON,
Agent for J. M. Singer Co.
No. S Enwt Fourth atreet,
JoU-t CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Wt B. DODDB,
formerly ot aall.Dodds A Oo.; late TJrban,Ooddi 4 0o.
W. B. Dodds & Co.,
sitjnrrioTuuBj or tea
OOUOIUDTE
Fire and Burglar Proof
m A. IP 3E3 S 2
8. W. Corner of Vine t Secoud Streets.
This la the most reliable FIRE AND BUKQLA
PHOOK SAVE that is made in the United States,and
la warranted perfectly free from damp. Clan be sold
at lower prices, and la of better workmanship than
ean be fonnd elsewhere.
We have a large assortment on hand, and are de
termined to tell at prices that cannot fail to f lease.
Old Sales
Taken In exchange. SECOND-HAND BAFE8 el-
ways on nana ai exiremsiy low prices. Y1H
Q-as Fixtures,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
WB HAVE ON HAND THK LARGEST
variety and boat selected assortment of Gas
Fixtures in Oinclnnotl, consisting of all that Is new
or desirable in the Gae Fixture line.
We warrant every Fixture we soil to be equal, both
In material and flulBh. to anr that la sold in thino
any other market, and in addition will guaranty
them to retain their color and remain perfect for five
years irom me nine iney are put up uy us.
Call, see, and examine onrstock,
McHENBT ft CARSOH.
)y21-cm '' 16 Main street, near Fourth
FflHE "OUTCALT ELASTIC MF,.
JL TALLIO BOOKING" is offered to tho public
as the best and Cheapest Metal Boof now used, its
merits tested by an experience of ycara in this city
and vicinity.' AVTiiteu to nat or steen. old or new
buildings. Ho solder nsed-fnstoned securely with
nntnsnoslira to the action of thaelernentji.
rreparea snenis, noxea ior siupment to any part of
the United States, can be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skilly Ordersnromptlailcd,
jyin-ti im TBHtpeoona street
Mayor's Proclamation.
. . (
"' " ' Mtoh's Orrrri!, Cincinnati, 1
October 6, 1619. J
IN PURSUANCE OP A RESOLUTION
mbipted by the Olty Oonncll on tho sth hint., I
therefom issue this, mv Proclamation, rnnuuilnii
the keepers of OoHVe-housosHnd lteer-snloonsto close
their houses on the llth day of October next, the
usy ui omit, anu -kwuuxj niev.ionn, in coniormlt
with tbe resolution of Oouncil and the goueral will
of the community.
ai. J J
B. II. BISHOP,
oca-ttd
J. J. BBTLER'S .
I.xcelior Fluid f nk.
... , ' tit ' ' u "
v Mauufactory. $9 Vine St, (1
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BY-iTATE AUTHOEITYi
Incorporated 1819." Charter Perpetual
My"A1f:lv AHtnhn.fiAil tn WnlnnaH In S W!C n.
tedatlnn ail ereaent local Insurance Companies and
Agencies in the insurance business In this city. 3H
years oonilant dnty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience.cnterprlse and liberality, enpeclally com.
mend the AiTNA Inaurunce Company to the favora
ble patronage of Oils eommunisy standing solitary
and alone, the sole anrvivor and living pioneer of
Vinoinnati underwriters of l&'ii.
Losses paid In t'lnnlnnntl durhig past Five
Years, $15U,03 'iy. ,
Cash Capital$l,O0O,0O0.
tABSOLTJTK AND UNIMPA1BKD.J VITH A
SURPLUS OF 91,030,433 80.
And the prestige of 40 years success and enpeslenoe.
INYRSTMKNTS OF
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OK $1'J,0)0,000I.OH9Kg
Have been paid by the itna Insurance Uompany ia
the past 40 years.
Fire and Inlnnd Navigntlon. BIska accepted
at terms consistent with solvency and fair profits.
Especial attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms of 1 too s.
Appl ication made to any duly .othorlzed Agent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
imate Insurance business, this Uompany la enabled
to offer both indemnity for tho past and socurityfor
the future, t licies issued without delay by
JAS. H. OA iTKlt, Agent, Uo. 40 Main atreet.
A. F. PATO i. Assistant Agent.
. ii. K. UND BY, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.J. H00KL , Agent. Fulton. 17th Ward. ' an
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
Important Iuiprovciucnt!
WELLSPATENT
FOLDIIVG SPRING MTRESS
WKianS ONLY 63 LBSI MANCFAUTDBED,
WHOLESALE AND BUT AIL, BY
BENNETT & CO,,
jy21-am Hvcamore street, beloK Fifth.
HALL'S PATENT.
THE MOST RELIABLE FIHE AND
BUKQLAK PBUOF 8AFK8. They havo given
more aatisfaction than any other now in use.
We offer a reward of ONE THOUSAND DOL
LARS to any person that can, up to the present
time, showaaiiiglo instance wherein they have failed
to prosnrve their contents.
with this SAFK wo challenge all competition, as
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
test with any establishment in the Union, and tho
party failing first, to forfeit to the other, the suui
of $2,000.
We are prepared to furnish a bettor Safe, and nt less
coat, than any other manufacturer iu the United
States. , ,
Hecond-hand Safes of other makers, also on hand.
We respectfully invite the public to call and exam
iuo our stock before purchasing elsewhere,
BALL. CA.B.UOLL A CO.,
a,ngl2-ayt Mob. IS and 17 Fast Columbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholic, and
ALL PAEVS IS THE STOMACH & BOWELS.
Made Ly GEO. S. LIGHT,
WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, OTNOTNNATL
FOlt BALK BY JOHN I). PAItK, SUIKB, K0K
STINK A CO., and Druggists generally. Order If It
at Williamson A lliTntLD, Ho, 41 Walnut atret
will be attended to. aul3-tnovl
GLASGOW AND NEW YORK
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
BTEAM TO GLASQO ,LIVBBP0OL, BBLFAiiT,
DUBLIN AN LONDONDKUBT
SOU 830.
FROM NSW I0BK.
Olnn(iaw,Thomson,Wedneeday,Ang.2t,atl2 noon
Edinburgh, thiinmlng.. Wednesday, Juuol,
iiliiHgow, Tnoraaon...,
dluburgh,Cuuiming..
July,
July 37, "
yBOM 0UB0OW.
Edinburgh.
, Onmmlng... Saturday, Blay 7,
IJInmrikW. TlinmHoll.
...Wednesday, July il7.
lidiuburgh, Ouinming... " July 2.
Bates of Passage from New York, Philadelphia or
Boston, to Glasgow. Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
I.nnilnnderrv. first class. Htli. Hteerngo.found with
an abundance of properly-cooked provisions, fj.'iO.
Anexperiencea Burgeon aitacuea to eaou steamer.
No charge for medicines.
For Brelgnt or rassnse, appiy ro
apA7 BOBEBT OliAtq. I7BroadwI.
I. X. L.
A FTER. MANY YEARS OF PRACTICAL
JA. experience in the art of Mustard-making, the
proprietors oner me noove urana oi iiiusiiu-u w tut
public, guaranteeing it a strictly pure article, manu-
lactureu irom ine ues. uuaiuy oi wen, vHruuiiiy nr
Inctedwlth thodesignofprixlucinga Mustard SUPE
RIOR IN rLAvutt Anu rufluitnui iu ami
NI1W TN rrsK.
We have so Hesitation in sayiue
tlint all lovers of eood Mustard will find the I
X. h.
to be that which they ao frequently full to obtain
MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTARD.
aWOrders promptly filled.
HARRISON & WILSON,
Je24 99 nnd 101 Wntnut-atreet.
Menell's Blackberry Anodyne.
wMa i
rf5HIS MEDICINE IS OFFERED TO TIIK
bl pnblie aa one ot tne dcsi, ii nor t ne very oosi men-
icine tnat nas ever nnen inveutvuiorviAKitHsji, jots
knvf.rt, Ciioir.BA Ini'antuh, and all other dwanaie.
menu of the Stomach and Digestive Organs, which
arosoprpralantand latai in our eonniry correcis
th direi red condition of the Liver; allays Nervous
' it. Iteis, snch as ts causea uy Teeming, gives
i e.na aealthv action to the bowels, aud withal, i.
nl.aar.nl tot Bti iy-cmt
Money! Money! Money!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
ltemoved from duvvchi sixui-sueci.
MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
KLUY and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of interest, at No. 173 Vine-street, uotwesn
Fourth ami iiiiu. tn
Composition Roofing.
TBE nndorslgned Is prepared to pat on
Composition Boof of tbe boat quality at short
notice.
i omce in J no. nruce s uarnuge jwpoaiwry, cor
ner Third and Vino,
atr Roofing material constantly on hand, and for
sale. - Oy27-8m) J. M. NOBLE.
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
TsVANUFACTURER8 OP BAR, SHEET
J-VJsl
and Boiler I ron. Plow Slabs, Bailroad Spikes
Kto.
Alr. Aimnt for the sale of lrontou Star Nana
Warerooms
ly Ciaei oeconu otrw., viuuinuat
hlo. .
ar All kinds Iron made to onler.
108
J. T. DItOWJVE & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF JEWELRY,
new wholesale establish ment, .17 West Third
airnAt. between Walnut and Vine, (room No. 4. iid
tnlrs.) Clnoiuniitl. Factory at Providence, Rhoda
Island. Nowstyies receiveu weeaiy. . seplrtira-
VM71LLIAM H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
fv and Counsellor st Law, Chase's Building
Intra street, users Aasi oi uain. , us
mm I ef M
i liiiii
[CONCLUSION.] RAILROADS.
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
FOUR DAILY TRAINS LEAYB THS
Blxth-atreet Depot. . ,' "
Trains run tliroujth to Indianapolis, Ltmai, Ban,
dusky and Cleveland without change of cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Weslern, North,
ern and North-western cities.
tf A. M. K.M'HEMS TKAIN (Oolitmbns time,
which is seven niinutes faster than Cincinnati) For
Cleveland and Pittsburg, via Delaware, makos close
connection at Urastline for Pittsburg, Baltimore,
Philadelphia and New v k; and at Olovtdand for
Dunkirk, Buflulo, Boston and New Yorko Also, con
nectsat Dayton with Dayton and Michigan Boad for
Troy, Piqna, Sidney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort
Wavne and Chicane reach i UK Tolodo at t:X. Detroit
at 6:00, and Chicago at 7:20 P. My (Julucy and Galena
at? A. M. Also, at Dayton with ureenviileand Miami
Boad, for Greenville, Union, Winchester and Jinn
eie. Also, connects at Klobinond with Indiana Cen
tral Boad, for Indianapolla, Lafeyette, Chicago. Torre
uauto, ou A.ouiB, sna ail nesuiru ciiies. aibo, as
Bicliiuond with Cincinnati uud Chicairo Boad. for
Anderson, Kokomo and Pent. Also, connects wltll
Junction llailroad at Hamilton for Oxford.
n A. 01. HI A II. TRAIN For Dayton, Spring,
eld and fiiitiituskr (lonnects at Knnlnskv with.
STKAMEB fur DET BOIT: at URBAN A furCOH! M
1)18; at Forest with Pittsburg. Fort Wayneand Chi
cago Boad, East and West; at Clyde with 0. and T
lodo lioad for Cleveland and Buffalo, Toledo, Detroit
and Chicago. This train also connects at ItKLA
WAUK witk the C, O. A J. Itoad for Cleveland and
points Kasti alioconoectsatUamlltoBwlttiJnactiea
Bailroiul for Oxford.
4a0 P. BI. TllAIN-For Dayton, Springfield
and Snndusky-OonnecU at Forest with Pittsburg,
Fort Wayne and Chicago Boad, Fast and West: at
Clyde with O. and Toledo ltoad forClovelaudangBuf.
falo, Toledo, Detroit and Ohli iigo. Alao, conuecte at
Richmond for Indianapolis, Terre Haute, St. Louis
and Chicago. Also, connects with Junction Sailroad
at Hamilton for Oxford.
o r. tu. x KAIN-For Dayton, Troy, riQua, Bid.
ney, Lima. Tidodo. Detroit. Fort Wu nd 7I,.
cago, reaching Chicago at 8 A. M.
"The and 8 A. M. trains coniect at Cleveland
with steamem for Buffulo.
For further Information and Tickets, apply nt the
Ticket otScea-north-eaat corner Front and Broad
way) No. iat Walnut-street, near Gibson House; at
tbe new Ticket Office, on the west side cf Vine-atreer,
betweon PostoRlce and Bnrnet House; at the Wain
Street House, or at the Six th-street Depot.
v. jucjjaKKH. Biuxrlntendont.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Train No. 1 Ki dims. at a A. M..nnnnu-i..i
Col umbus sndUloveland, via Columbus, Croatllne and
Pittsburgh, via (Jolnmbuj, Steubenville and Pitts.
burgh, DetroitviaUlevelandand stoamer. This Train
stops, betweon Cincinnati and Oolumbna, at Love,
land, Dcerliold, Morrow. Xenia, Cedarvllle, South
Cbarlostnn, London amd West Jefferson.
Second Train No. a Express, at 8:30 A. M.,conncti
via Coloubus, Bellair and Kenwood; Wheeling; via
Columbas,8teubenvilleand Pittsburg; viaColnmbus,
Crestline and Plttaburg: via Columbus aud Cleve.
land; Detroit, via Cleveland and steamer; White Bill,
phnr Station, via Springfield. This Train stops be
tween Cincinnati and Colmnbns, at Plainville, Mil,
ford, Miamiville, Loveland, Deeitield, Morrow, Cor
win, Spring Valley, Xenia and London.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:40 P. M,, for
Uolunibnsaiid Uprlngfielil.
Fourth Train Night Express, at 11:30P. M. con
nects via Columbus, Bollair and lionwood; Wbeeling(
via Columbus, Steubenville and Pittsburg; via Co
lnmbus, Crestline and Pittsburg: viaColnmbus and
Cleveland. 'I'his train atopa at Loveland, Morrow,
Corwlnj Xenia and London. SLKKPINQ CABS ON
THIS TBAIN.
No. 1 lixpress, through to Cleveland wlthoutchange
ofoara. .
No.2Xxprois.throucnta Whocllntr without rhlir
otcars.
Tho NIOHT EXPBKSS Train leaving (HnolunatJ
at lt:S0 P. M.,runa daily, except SATUllDAYS. The
other Traitm rnn daily, excoot SUNDAVH.
For all information, and Through Tickets to Bos.
ion, new zora, ruiiaueinius. im t more. Wuh in.
ton, Buffalo, Kiagara Falls, Dunkirk. Cleveland.
Pittsburg, Wheeling, aud all the Raalm
a places.
apply at the Cffloes. Walnut Street Hnnaa. No.
not House, south-east corner ot Broadway and Froat
streots.anrl at the Kastern Depot.
o. i nur-
irains run ny uoiumuna tin, which ii uvea mln
ntes faster than Cincinnati time.
,v , J. DC it AND, Snp't.
Oninibnsee call for paasengera by leaving direotion
at the Ticket Oflftes. myl7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE NORTHWEST,
VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Only (to Vlumgi of Van between Cincinnati
and Chicago. '
Three PaasengerTraiiiBleaveCinchinatidallr. from
the foot cf Millnnd Front streets.
6:60 A. ta. Chicago alai i arrives it Indianapolis at
10:3uA. M.; Chicago at 7:2ft 1. M. This train con
nects witti all night trains out of Chicago, fur the
West and North-west.
12:U0 M. Torre Haute and LAyfayettn Acconimoda
tlon arrives at ludiannpolis, at fl:tJ P.M., making
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terre Haute
Trains and Indianapolis and Lalayotte trains for
Decatnr, Springfield, Nuples, Cniney, Bannitml aud
Ht. Josopli ; also with Peru trains fur Pom, Ft. Wayne
and Tolodo.
6:110 P.M.. Uhlcago Gxpress arrives at Indianapolis
utiu ail P. SI.: Chicago at 7:40 A.M. Making: clesa
connections at Chicago with all morning trains out
of Chicago, This train connects at Indianapolis
with Terre Haute trains for all points West aud
Northwest.
Hleeclna cars are attached to all the night tralnl
on this line, and rnn thiough to Chicago without
change of cars.
This la exclusively a western anu norm-western
route, and with faverable and reliable arrangements
with all connecting roads throughout the entire
West, guarantees unusual care and I he amplest ac
oommodationa to the patrons ot this line.
aw se euro you are in tue ngui ucaot omce ueioro
you purchase your tickets, ana ask lor ticiett via
Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare tbe same as by any other route. Baggaga
chocked through.
TH BOUGH TICKETS, good until usnd, can be ob
tained at tbe ticket otnoea, at Deencer House Corner,
north-e&at corner nroaaway anu i rout; no. i cur
net House Corner; at the Walnut-street House, and
at Depot olllce, foot of M ill, on Front atreet, where
all necrnsary Information may be had.
Omnibusws rnn to and from each train, and w
call for passengers at all hotels and all parts of tha
olty, b leaving address at either office.
Tf. n. Ii. C1UD1JJV,
mylO ' fleneral Ticket Agen t.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
Great rrtirouph Route for
INDIAN APOblB,
TSB.BK HAUTE, ' U
6T. LOUIH,
LAFAYITTII,
CHICAGO,
LOGANHI'OBT, -..-
PXBD,
' FOKT WATNIU.
TWO BAILT TnBOUGHTBAINS leaveSlxth street
Depot, at 6 A. M. and 4:30 P. II.
A. M. INDIAN APOLI8, 81'. LOUIS 0H10A.
00 FAST BXPBKSS. Through direct, maklngclese
connections fur allother Western and North-western
points, This Train also connectsat Kichmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago toads, for Anderson, Koko.
mo, Lognnsport, end all pointa on Wabash Valley
BJ.mvM.-I!lIANAFOIil8. OH10AGO A BT.
LOCIBN1U1IT JCXPBKSS. Theabove Trains make
close con nections at 1 udianapol is, Lafayottn and Oh I
with Trains for Terre Haute. Snrinafleld. Unck
Island, Ualeeburg, Kenosha, La Crosse, Jacksonville,
Danville. Burlington, Mllwaukoe, Alattuon, Naples,
Oaleua, vuinoy, Pralris du Chien, Pans, Peoria,
Dunleitb.Uaolne, Decatur, Bloomington, Joliet, La
Salle.ift. Paul, and all towns and cities in the North
WHTTh rough Tloketi given and Baggage checked
"'forfurther Information and Through Tickets, ap.
ply to Ticket OfliceaLiiorth-east corner ot Front and
Broadway; No. 169 Walnut street, near Fourth; at
south-east oorner of Fourth and Vine atreet, or at
the Sixth-street Depot.
v. si. ittusuyn, ;upcr.uieuuont.
Omnibuses will cull for russeng . nc louring tbelr
namos at either of the Ticket On
138 w.u. vmi'iji, agcni.
i
OANDYI
G AND Y
DEC. 3CT-
m ; (Successor to Utim A Co,) ' " '. ' 'j
Manufacturer! and WfaoIeialeDeaieii
. ! r, IS . , ;,. . v
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIN STREET,
CINCINNATI
mylf
DIO AM'lTslfif EiT
1 SPECIALLY TREAT8 DISEASES OP
X TUB UK.IN, RHEUMATISM, DISEASES OF
WOMEN, and anch Chronic complaints as may lie
benefitted by tbe Hygyonlo and Atmopathlo ayatsm
of his office.
Vapor, Bnlphnr, Iodine, Arsenic, Mercury, Tur
kish, Bosaian and Electro-Chemical Baths, a Die
peniaxy of Medicine, and every manner of Ilectrio
and Magnetic Apparatus. .
' NO. 67 WKST B1XTII-8TBEET.
rOHIct bean i A. M. le ( P. M,
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