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inNI, 14 VIST IOCRTH-BTHSM.
THE OLD MAN'S GROWING OLDER.
Yes, th old mu'i growing older
I wu looklna: at im there:
His one huid resting on hl staff,
The other on his chair.
Bo Is mora silent than be wu,
And whiter we. fee hie hair;
Hie figure eeeme more bending
I wu looking at liim there.
His hand ie not M steady,
And hie ere U not aa bright
Jl catcheth not our joke so toon.
His foot ia not ae light;
Kor.ioineth he our songas in
The daya that went all fair:
Far the old man'i growing older
1 wae loeklng at him there.
Tea, the eld man's growing older,
But ie not lass kind and true;
To all hie house ia opto, with
A read; welcome too
But yet, there Is a tale, by Time,
upon ma orow 01 care;
For the old men's growing older
1 was looking at mm were.
A Successful Trick.
A young end skillful diaoiple of Kobert
Eouaen was some time oaro trmvelinsr. in
the northern provinces of France, giving
exhibitions in natural magio, in company
with a young wag, now director of a print-
mg cnmuiinuuiout iu i ana, inmeirwan
derincra thflw a.rrivflrl' nr. th a fmrn nf P
more renowned for its manufactures than
tor the natural .bruhanoy of its inhab
itants. Here the receiDta of the mairi
oian were absolutely nothing, and despair
reigned in the hearts of the two adven
turers. What was to be done ?
"By my faith," exclaimed the assistant
magician, "it will never do to say we did
not make our expenses. I have it I Let
me write a poster for one more entertain
ment, and if the attraction don't answer.
call me no assistant for a high priest of
41 'At the urgent request of the large
and intelligent audiences of our former
entertainments, we have consented to per
form the astounding feat of making the
cathedral bell ring any hour indicate J by
any of the audience. To take plaoe this
"There, how will that An r
''But how are you to fulfill the promise?"
"Oh, never mind. Am not la worthy
touu a osuuiiu jutufwr, ieave mat to
Night came, and with it a crowd of the
curious. All went off well, and nowoame
the feature of the evening. Any one was
asked to name a number.
''Four !" came from the crowd.
, In fear and trembling the mighty magi
cian extended his hands towardthe cathe
dral, when one! two! three! four! boomed
'from the oupalo. The cold per
slowv Parted to the exhibitor's brow.
npiration .. --nee Bhouted with delight
and tho andta-
bo dono f Bui a yimco itum utu
curtain said : ' " .
"Go ahoad. old boy it's all right!
With a sigh of refiof, the exhibitor re
peated the miarole again and again; and
tJie spectators departed filled with enthus-
1M'What in the name of wonder have
you boon doing?" exolaimed tho puzzled
principal to his laughing assistant, as soon
a the doors were closed.
"Why, I gavo the bell-ringer five francs
to etay in the belfry and ring as many
times as I plaocd candles in the window,
and 1 think it sucoeeded pretty well, nest
e pas I" replied the other, shaking bis
wall-filled eash box.
The next day, as they were starting in
the cars, one of the old city councillors
came to them, and begged that they would
explain the miracle.
'It is magnetism, my friend," said tho
mogioian, with a grand flourish of his
h audit, and the magistrate departed, much
edified and perfeotly satisfied.
frA vnunrr gentleman hamming to
nit at church in a pew adjoining one in
whioh sat a young lady tor wnom ne con
ceived a violent passion, was desirous of
, entering into a courtship on the spot ; but
tho place not suiting a formal declaration,
the exigenoy of the caso suggested the
followine tuan : He politely Banded his
fair neighbor a Bible, open, with a pin
stuck in the following text: Second Epis
tle of John, verse fifth" And now I
keseech thee, lady, not as though J wrote
' a new eommandment unto thee, but that
-which wa had from the beginning that
we love another." She returned it, point
ing to the second chapter of Ruth, verse
tenth : "Then Bhe foil on her face, and
towed herself to the ground, and said
unto him, why have I found grace in thine
eyes, that thou shouldst take knowledge
of me, seeing that I am a stranger ?" He
returned the book, pointing to the twelth
verse of the Third Epistle of John: "Hav
ing many things to write unto you, I
would not write with paper and ink, but
I trust to come unto you and speak face
to faoe that our joy may be full." From
the above interview a marriage took plaoe
the ensuing week.
B6TA Piedmontese colonel was presid
ing over a court-martial, when a man was
brought before him charged with being
an Austrian sov. but who. nevertheless, ve
hemently maintained that he was a Milan
ese trader. , He, hiwever, could not pro
duce any documents to prove his allega
tion, and could not satisfactorily explain
whvhe was in Piedmont "Prisoner."
fjaid the Colonel, all at onoe, "come closer
tome I do not hear well. The man
advanced. "Ah," said the Colonel, "I see
that yon step with the left foot forward,
with vour arms olose to your sides, and
the little finger on the seam of the trous
ers. ' Ton are a soldier!" The man
greatly confused, could no longer deny
mac sio was ooui lamier emu. buy.
Vanity mDeess. Some vountt ladies
feeling themselves aggrieved by the sever
ity with whioh their friends animadverted
on their gay plumes, crinolines, soarlet
petticoats and flounces, went to their
pastor to' learn his opinion. "Do you
think," eaid they, "that there can be any
"By no means," was the prompt reply,
. "When tne neart is tun or naiouious
notions, it is perfeotly proper to hang out
H5FPoverty is only misfortune when
wishes keen the parse strings. Poverty
is the moral condition of men; neither
lianks, stooks, dividends, houses or rents,
wore dreamed of in Hiden. Adam was
hanpr. and perhaps never saw a check
book in his life."
' KarWhy does a dog wag his tail when
be is pleased ? Kase he has a tail to wag.
The Barrister and the Witness.
At an assize held during the past year,
both ludgo and counsel had a deal of
t ton bio to make tho timid witnesses upon
. i I. rt' ; 1 1 , i . i i
k inui spuua. nuuiuienciy lotiu hi oe ooara
by the jury ( and it was possible that tho
temper of the council may thereby have
turned irom the even tenor of its way.
After this gentleman had gone through
the various statros of bar Dleadin?. and
had coaxed, threatened and even bullied
witnesses, there was called into the box a
young ostler, who appeared simplicity
"Now, sir," said tho counsel, in a tone
mat would at any other time be donounoed
as vulgarly loud, "I hope wo shall have
no aimouity in making you speak out."
"t nope not, aur, was snouted or
rather bellowed out by the witness, in
tones that almost shook the building, and
would certainly nave aiarmea any timid
or nervons may.
"How dare you speak in that way, sir?"
said the counsel.
"Please, ur, I can't any louder," said
the astonished witness, attempting to
speak louder than before, evidently think-
ing tne tauit to oe in nis speaking too
"Pray have you been drinking this
morning f shouted the counsel, who had
now thoroughly lost the last remnant
of his temper.
"ies, zur, was the reply.
"And what have you been drinking?"
"And what did you have in your coffee,
sir r snouted the exasperated oounseL
"A spune, zur!" innocently bawled the
niuisoi... ,u wa ujguoeu svOJr, ttUlIlA iUU
roars of the whole court exoepting only
the now thoroughly wild council, who
flung down his brief and rushed out of
JSTA darkey arose to announce his
text as follows: "In the fus 'pistol of
uover, secona onapter aud tne two hun
dred and ninety fust versa"
"Hold up, doetor." cried one of his
hearers, "you've got into the wrong book;
you mean de 'pistol of Timothy, I 'sposo."
The preacher hesitating a moment,
with a very profound look, said :
iinT.ii T L it i. . ,
- w en, a muni, cave in ais lime, inougn
know'd dat de tex was somewhar amonir
EutKS to be Obsebvkd in ocb "Sako
rim:" 1. Enter softly.
2. Hit down quietly.
3. Subscribe for the paper.
4. Don't touch the poker.
5. Say nothing interesting.
6. Engage in no controversy.
7. Don't smoke.
8. Keep six feet from tbo editor's table.
9. Touch not the soissors.
JeSTAn inquisitive female visited Bos
ton jail the other day. She said to
line prisoner, "What are) vou in for?"
"or stealing a home." ''Are you not
o't iiif i inrr t-i i i
J ' bs. on iTouny ana ao
,p D'fc time T' "Ye8 I'll steal two!"
ggy "John," said Mr. B., tho other day
hia svd, "John, you are lazy: what do
expect to do forahving?" "Why,
Ttwta 1-iaAn Ti 3r b! r aa finnr Tf1 hi
agy-Why arc young ladies at the break
ing up of a partp liko arrows? Because
they can't go on without a beau, and aro
a quiver till they can get one.
"Thore!" ezolaimod a banker.
throwing down his bank-book after raak
ing a deposit, "I am square with the world
now I owe as many as I don't ove."
WTt ARB NOW PRBPARED TO SO,
aotft fiulloMbLw tl, i klndi or ,
BILLS r LIBIMSS
ant! 0? rial;
IN HUB SIH kt iMUSsUH UUCU.
: FBANCISOO & CALDWELL.
lRANKLIK TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
K ronjIOBT. B. ALLI.SOB, friMrintendent.--PnntlMsUtrUuiofanlpWi.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MER
2 OH AKT-Sales-roomi No. 7 laat Third treet
Wnl attend to the sales or Beat Satete, Feraonak
I'ropertr, Ur? Goods, Hardware, Hats, Boots, Show,
eerTloea of acompcUnt aaiaaman, all bosineae will
uiMt whu uupaicu ana prompt retunu. (Jaah ad
Tayces maae on goods lor publlo sales. ConaiQ
U . 1 - ... i . ,,
iui m uinviuuiH genermiur.
(Fronting the Steamboat landing. ) .
North-east Corner Broadway and Front,
E. P. LEVEEING, Proprietor.
TO PROCUBI THB VBET BEST
STENCIL HIA.EKINQ PLATB
That can be made in the city go to
33. lUC. 3P07VH;iLO,
id nsisiMH nvt. rnira sina FemriBi
f Next door to the iluonla T&mbM.
K, M. P. lies throe Diplomas awarded him for th
peat wora Q07-ara
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
MalrCriCTOItBS abts diaiibs in
FURNITURE, CHAIRS, AND ALL
kinds of Mattreaaes and Bedding, at the old
atand.Mo. 136 Sycamore-etreet, east side, between
Fourth and Fifth-atreets, aevouth a tore abOT
sounnHiireei, vnurcn rows iinsa ana cushioned.
iu oraers promptly aiieuoea to. . oci-cm
A NDERSON A nANNAFORD,Architec
8. W. corner Third and Sraamart ats.,
)7l CINCINNATI, OglQ.
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, NO. 8 BAST
Fourth-atrAAt. bntwaAD Main endfl.rAmora. Cin
. sMTile-bindlngln every itylo. Jinalo Boots neat
ly and durably bound. , U. OKOFFKa,
D. DE FOREST,
Book Binder and Paper Ruler,
Third atory Timea Btllding, will do all work In hi
line witn neatiieae ana qiapaicn. jygt-iT
PULliAN ii MILI-KAflON,
(At the old stand of Pnllan, Hatfield k Brown,)
No. N WKBT 8K0OND BT,,
lasiPB nnj,i, formerly of Pullan.HatOelda Brown
wm . a. wiLiiimoR. sir2J-A0W
THOS. H. WEASNER.
cialii n ail imcs of
BUILDING LUMBER, LATH,
SHINGLES, ETC, KTO.,
3T1 Flum Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
134 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI, 0.
St St. Queries street. New Orleans, La.,
Importer of Gnnsk Spertlns Apparatna,
AD D1ALKB8 IN OUR P0WD1E.
LIENPKBT BYl. JAHU TIBBT
L. BYL &S CO..
CLEANERS OJ SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. 99 Sixth-atroet. between Tine and ttace. in
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
may favor na with their patronago, can rely on punc
tuality and low prices. aopl-ay
H. A. SMITH
Nm. 118 Wtt Six th.etreet,
ISnoceeaor to Enowlton a Talt.)
No. 06 West Fourth St., bet. Walnnt tfe Vino
H. B. SMITH.
No. 3 Vfttt Veurtb St.
DR. 8. WARDIE,
Offloe No. 1S8 West Fourth street,
H. S. WINSLOW,
NO. 191 BYOAttOBB BTBKKT, BBLOW F1TTH
DR. J. WILSON'S Offioe,S8 Vest Fonrth
street, whore be may be conaulted daily for all
Female Complaints, Inflammation or tbe Oerrlx,
Frolanras Uteres, all displacements of the Womb,
Spinal and Cerebral aflectiona, and other organic dis
ease, oomroon to females. Tbe Doctor's long expe
rience and recent dlacnVM-v in the trAatmant nf th.
above diaeaaes, can not fall to give entire satisfaction.
luiwcurn axena ior a Europeans emaie mommy
Pill; price gl ana two stamps. anllt-3m
DRS. B. EHRMAN & W. C. LEECH.
Offloe hours from
46 SEVENTH BTBXBT.
A.M., I to 3, and 7 to 9, P.M.
R. S. KEWTON, M. D. .
Offloe, 90 West Seventh Street,
BITTSIX Vl aXD BAOI.
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Omoa Ne. 90 Weat Barentta atrMt. between Tina
and Bace. Bbbidbnob No. 63 Seventh street, be-
ween Walnut and vine. Orrica Houia 7X, to SM
A, M.I Ut to Jj. P.M.; 7 to a P.M.
WATCII & JBWBLRT HOUSB
16 west Fourth Street.
Where can be had every artiole arpertaining to the
Boiinees at nneh leas prloe, for CASH, than
has ever before been offered In this market.
01 VC U$ A CALL
And see for yonraelveo. anii
No. MX N.I. Cor. Fifth and Lodge streobl, bttwee
A good aasortmentof BlfV EB and PL AT ED WAB1.
8PKGTAGLH. etc.. kent COI1atntl nn hmnA
Bpeclal attention given to Oleanlng and Bepaliing
BEGGS SMITH, No. 6 West 4th St.
ABE NOW EECErVINCJ MDITI0IT8 TO
tholr large assortrdant of Watches, Jewelry,
A flneusortnient of Plated Tea Set and Cutlery
eeasjil 1,' "MS1 aTlTVIMaw. f
efvjtod miv oiirfldia
no lnas anrssiISo
:jrii-qtnnio3 pai itoi-rtwige 'jofl
'00 2? HaKVH AV
'ueiiofl pue Ua3 emwijo j o 'aumej
tfloiO HtIog 'iueiij jno i 'uioiff intnfl -ua
uai aepua pas jeddn qoq i'plo inaoraotuw.l-wcr
HOW BN0HI9 Kl dfl Ifli '63ZI8 11 V
"BOOKSELIER AND STATIONER,
. Ne. It Btate-snreet, Colstmbus, Ohio.
EST Agent for the VYXEELT ICIKNTIITIO AKT-
, , ' VKALIBS IX-
3T O XT KT Gr '
Improved Two-Threaded Lock-Stitch.
$35, $30 and $35.
No. 82 Fifth-street,
WILli RBM0V1, OCTOBEB 1, TO
No. 6 West Fourth-street,
VAgents wanted. Address
WILTSEE BROTHERS, Asjeata,
ool . .. P. 0. Box 8,3119, Cincinnati. 0.
$30. $30. $30. $30.
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitch
SSCDBED BT BECENT LETTIB8 PATENT.
THIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PKO
NOUNCED by all competent Jndf esj, who
have aeen it, to be the beat and mutt deelrable Fam
ily sewing Baohlne ever Introduced, reanrdleae
f price. It will sew sll kinda of family gooda,
om the very thioW to the very "nest fabrics made,
and usee all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 2U0.
No oil Ie nerd on toiiof the Machine. '
setld fur A ClmillAr. fr rail aurt fl.kA 1. It. nnaNMAn
Upon early application, State and Oonnty Bights may
An eHeraretlo Barenn can mnlr. a ffirfnn. In a abort
time. Agents wanted in all unaold t' rrltorf .
. . H. Vt IIIBT1IAN,
8c Ie and ezolnalve agent for th. TJuited states,
sepHfmt 9S Weat roiirth -street. Cincinnati,
CTITCHING THE SAME ON BOTE
sides, leaving no ridge or chain, and Impossible
to ravel. For speed, accuracy or eaie of motion, the
Elliptio Machine is without a rival.
Cincinnati, Offloe 53 West Fonrth street.
KELSEY & CO.'S
Offlce-30 West Fourth-street,
WE ASK OP A DISCRIMINATINa
nnblic. in nnranit of a rallahl. fUi.,..Ma.
Chine, tne most rigid comporiaon of the murlu of
these Machines with all others In the market. We
court it, being sure it will result in onr favor.
O. W. HARRINGTON A CO.,
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES.
Price Btdwed to 950, T5, WO and 125.
Singer's New Family He wine machine,
The price of which Is only (SO, Is a light and elegant
ly decorated Machine, capable of performing, In the
boat style, all the sewing of a private family.
Dinger's Transverse Shuttle Machine,
To be told at S79, Is a Machine entirely new In Its ar
rangement1, it is very oeautirui, mores rapidly and
very easily, and,
, ior mmiiy nse ana iignt manurao.
taring pnrposee, is the very best and cheapest Ma.
chine ever offered to tbe public.
Slnger'e No. 1 Standard Shuttle Machine,
Formerly sold at 8136. but now reduced to Sun. ie
known all over the world. Evory sort of work can
be done with It.
Slnere No. ' Standard Shuttle Machine,
This Is the favorite mannfatcttirinar Machine evarv.
where Price, with table complete, S123.
SB-Bond for a Circular.
Agent for J. M. Singer 4 Oo.
No. SEoHt Fourth street,
JeM-l CINCINNATI. OHIO.
Wl B. DODDS,
rormeriy ot Hall.Doddi a Co.; bte Vrban.Dodai A Co.
W. B. Dodds & Co.,
MAsrraAOTutmag or th
Fire and Burglar Frooi
J3 .IT ID S!
8. W. Corner of Vine k Second Btreeta.
This Is the most reliable CIBX AND BTJBOLA
PBOOT SAFE that Is made in the United States, and
Is warranted perfeotly free from damp. Can be sold
at lnw.r nricas. and ia of bettor workmanahia than
can be found elsewhere.
We hare a large Maortmenton hand, and are de
termined to tell at prices that cannot fall to please.
Taken In exchange. SECOND-HAND BATHS al
ways en nana at extremely low prices. S7H
AT REDUCED PRICES.
WE HAVE ON HAND THE LARQEST
variety and beat aalected aMortment nf Hu
via.uiu. iu uiuLiuu..iuuiiiini nig ui an uiaii. new
or deelrable in the Gas Flztnre line.
we warrant every nature we aell to be equal, both
in material and flnlah, to any that ia sold in thla o
any other market, and in addition will gnarsntes
them to retal n their color and remain perfect fa' five
years from the time they sre put op by us.
van, see, ana examine onr atoca,
. MoHENBT i CAB80N.
jytl-cm 1M Wain atreet, near Fonrth
THE " OUTCAIiT ELASTIC ME
TALLIC BOOIINO" la offered to the public
aa the beat and cheapest Metal Boof now used, Its
menu iecea ur an experience 01 years in tnia oily
and vicinity. Applied to flat or tteep, old or new
bnildlngs. No solder need fastened securely with
out exposure to the action of the slements.
rrcpareu aneeia, ooxeo tor anipment to any part oi
the united Btatee, can be applied by any one with
ordinary mechaslcal skill.
i. uroerepromptiy niiea.
191 West Second atreet.
DR. SAWL, SILSREE
XT' SPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OP
JsCJ THB BKIN, BHBUMATI3H, DISEASES OF
WOMEN, and such Chronic oemplalnta at may be
benefitted by the Hygyenio and Atmopatbls systsm
Tapor, Bolphur, Iodine, ArsenicMercury, Tsr
klah, Bosslan aad Electro-Chsmloal Baths, a DU
pessary of Medicine, aad every manner ef Blsotrit
and Mago.tio Apparatus. c
- ' KO. 67 WEST aiXTH-BIBKK. '
At the Old Established Stand,
li Vi am VTWKtT nwm mar a VU a am awn a
v aaoi r a a la.tiDL, BLAW annni JAmjaa.
I HAVE A LAKOE AND DEblKABLE
stock of Honsehola and flffica ITnrnll nr.. hntt.
Bow and second hand,oonslating of due bedateada,
tores and parlor chain, Braaaeli and Ingrain carpnta,
oil-oloUi, outlery, etc. A. nne assortment of conn.
ten, shelving, office deaks and stools, etc. Also, a
stock of billiard table., pianos, extra marble-top
wuuwi. wu iwn.vi uniau .uu lur aai. luw
w m. tiAurnu, rropriator,
J, Ja BUTLER'S
Excelsior Fluid Iiiki.
Mannfartorr, 30 Vina Bt 14
STAR MILLS.A SUPERIOR BRAND
of extra White Wheat Flonr.warrantad to nleaaa.
in ttore and tor sale by
Off It Fr.RflTTHflN rirnnr.
Corner Ninth aud Vine-streets,
TfaTEW CIDER. PIR8T OF THE SEASON,
- mau a very nne arrif-io, jnai rac.ivea hr
, , . . JOHN FERGUSON, Croeer,
ocl Corner Ninth end Vlne-strcoK
TkTEW BUCKWHEAT. A VERY SUPE-
XI BIOB article of Freeh (I round NowBockwhent,
lost receivea ana ior eoio vt
JOHN JEROUPOW, Orocor,
. erU . : : Corner Ninth and Vine-streets.
; . flaeaeopy.) ,t ,
fAjIIily seving maciiiives
Incorpoiated 1S1 9. Charter Perpetual
KfAseif v established in Oinoinnatl in 1 N'2.1. an.
present local Inaurance Companies and
the Insurance buainess in this oitr. iitf
yean cone ant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
parlance,. nternrlae and liberality, especially com
mend the STN A Inaurance Company to the favora
ble patronare of thia corumnolsr aUnding solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of
Leases paid la tlnMnnnti durknsj paat Five
Vears, 9136,004 is?.
Cash Capital 1151,000,000.
UB80L0T1I AND UNIMPAIBKD.J WITH A
SUKPIUS Of? l,03O,43 80.
And the prestige of 40 yean success and expealsnet.
, IKVESTMSllIi or . .
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
I'PWAHnx riir aiu.Anii.nnn. lammrh
Have bean paid by the Sina luaurance Company in
tno past 4U years.
Flva wn4 fnlnnd Navlarnt1f.ii. Blaka accented
at Unas oouaiatent with solvency and lair profits.
apeolal attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
aim vunieoie, ior terme oi l in if
Application maae to any amy
irooiDtly attended to. By atrict attention to a leait-
mato Inaurance business, thia Company la enabled
to offer both indemnity for the paat and security for
me miure, r uciesisauea wimoutaeiay uy
JAB. H, OA
THB. Agent, Ho. to Atuln street.
A, F. PATO i. Assistant Agent.
H. K. 1,1 ND EY. Acent 171 Vine street.
J. J. HOOKl ., Aent. Fulton. 17th Ward.
TO HOUSEKEEPERS. ;,T
t I. l-H ii ',''', .. i
FOLDING SPRING MiTRESS
WEIGHS CNLT 63 LBS! MANUFAOTOBED,
WHOLESALE AND BKTA1L, BT
BEWETT & CO.,
jytl-am Svonmorc etreet, below fifth.
THE MOSTRELIABIiE FI RB AND
BUBOLAK PROOF BAFES.-Tbey have given
more sattaiaction man any otner now in uro.
WeofTorareward or ONK THOUslANU DOL
LARS to any person that can, up to the present
tlme.showa ainzle inatanoe wherein they have failed
topreserte tholr contents.
With thia BAKU wo cballonge all competition, aa
being the boat Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
teat with any establishment in the Union, and the
party failing first, to forfeit to the other, the aura
ofi2,000. ' :
We aro prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at lesa
coat, than any other manufacturer in the United
Htatea. . .
sMicond-band Sales or other makers, also on hand.
Wereanectfullv invite tuonnMic to call and exam
ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
HALL, OAItUOLU S CU
iujl2-ayt Koa, ir, und 17 Knat Coliimhia stroet.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholio, and
ail Pins or the sTomcn t bowels.
Made by CEO. 8. LIGHT,
WH0L1BALZ DBUQ0I8T, OIHOINKAtl.
FOR SALE BT JOHN D. PARK, 8UIKR. EOK-
8TINE & CO., and DrugglHta souerally. Order left
at Willia60N ft HiTiULD, Ho.'" 41 Walnut street
will be attended to. ' ,. auU-topv,!
GLASGOW AND NEW YORK
STIatt TO GLA8Q0 , . ilVEBPOOL, BELFAST,
STJBUIH ANB LONDON DFEEY
raOM iw TOBI.
Glasgow, Thomson, Wedneeday, Aug.4,at 12 soon
Kdlnburh,Cunimlmj..Wednesday, June 1, "
lngow, Thotnaon..;..; 'July 6,"
Rdlnbarghj Oumminfl... Saturday, slay 7.
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Edinburgh, Cummiag... " July!.
Ratea of Passes, from New York, Philadelphia or
Boston, to Olaagow, Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
T.nnrinniiAnv. Aint nlaua. ft9.1. Hteerofie.foundwith
an abundance of properly-cooked prorlaiona, i).'10
An experienced Burgeon atiacnca ao euousieamor.
No charge for modlciues. .
apq BOIIKBT flKAlQ, IT.BrbadWMt.
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4 FTER MANY YEARS OF PRACTICAL
Jam. experience in the art of Huatard-nal
proprietors offer the above brand of Muatari
nnrauieeiua . a..rii;,ir pui. ar.iiv, iu
ure article, mann
.actured from tbe beat quality or aeed, carefuli
lectedwlth the design of producing a Mustard 8UPE-
KlOtt in FL&vuu A Pi runuanui iu aimi
NOW IN TTHK. . We haVe no kealtation in
that all lovers of good- Mustard will And tbe I
good Mustard will Unci tbe I. X. U.
to be that which they so frequently fail to obtain, r
MUSTARD THAT 19 MUSTARD.
aVOrdera promptly filled.
. HARRISON A WILSON,
Je H nnil 101 Wnlnnt-atreet.
mm vi. tv 11 AJ .
jaeiTeU O JJiaUltperry UlUUVUe,
rpHIS MEDICINE 118 OFFERED TO TUB
lolnethat has ever been Invented for Diaruiiki, Drs.,
Snvxav, UHOLXBA lslHTun,.uu mi uiu.r uwauii."
meutaof the Stomach and Digestive Crgana, which
arsiopreralantand fatol in our country corrects
th dr ra : ted condition of the Liver: al la) s Nervous
I" II lb a, such aa is caused by Teethlng.-gives
ti oat wealthy action to the bowels, aud withal, It
pi.aswnt tfltaa , iwmi
Money! Money! Money!
Removed from 0(1 Weat Hlxth-atreet.
MONEY IOANEDON WATCHES, JEW
ELBY and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of interest, at No. 173 Vine-street, between
Fonrth and Fifth. 214
fsHHE nndorslcrned Is rjrenarecl to vat 00
llaaaW i . all i ht iiaaiaum sunsns n m tin n T 1 1 fi
riotio0o'n,,UIOB ,n!,'t' fh,rt
Office In JAB. Braes' Carriage Bepotltory, cor-
Third and Vine. ... ... J.
avr Booang material constantly qa .nana, anaror
ale. , fjy27-m) J. M. WOBbK.
H. CAMPBELL ft CO.,
MANUFACTURERS Oi" BAB, SHEET
and Boiler Iron, Plow Blabs, Batlroau Spikes
Etc. Also.Agcntsfortheialeof 1 ronton Htar Nolls
Wararooms Ho. 19 East Second btreet,Ciuelnnat k
aarAHhlndtlron made to nrdar . : iqii
' Pure I Coal Oil.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE, AT
On Dollar per gallon, by k.
! J, N. D WKIN.rVer, 1
i37 East Front-stKHil,
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton. RAILROAD.
Trains run thronun
TEAIHS IEATX THB
ff'to Indianapolis, Lime, ana.
without ohansa of cars.
dnaky and Cievefam
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North-
ern and riorth-weatern cities.
6 A. IU. EXPHE8H TRAIN (Oolombna tiaie,
which ia seven minutes faster thau OincinnarJ) For
Olereland and Pittsburg, via Delaware, makes oloae
connection at Crestline fur Pittsburg, Baltimore,
Philadelphia and New York; aud at Cleveland for
Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boat n and New York. Also, con
nects at Dayton with Dayton and Michigan Boad for
Troy, Piuua, Sidney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Toledo at 3:30, Detroit
at t:OU, and Chicago at 7:20 P. M Quiucy and Galena
at 7 A. M. Also, at Dayton with Greenville and M I ami
Bead, for Greenville, Union, Wlncheeter and M un
cle. Also, connects at Bichmond with Indians Cen
tral Boad, for Indianapolis, Lafeyette, Chicago. Torre
II ante, Bt. Louis, and all Western cil..s. Jalso, at
Richmond with Cincinnati and Chicago Boad, for
Anderson, Kokomo aud Peru. Also, connects with
Junction Railroad at Hamilton for Oxford.
H A. IH. MAIL THAIN-For Dayton, Spring,
field and Sandusky Connects at bandusky with
BTE AM E B for DETROIT: at URBANA for COLUM
BUS: at Foreat with Pittsbnrg, Vort Wayneand Chi
cago Boad, Baat and Weat; at Clyde with C. and To
ledo Boad for Cleveland and Buffalo, Toledo, Detroit
and Chicaeo. This train also connects at DKLA
WAllK with the C, 0. A 0. Boad for Cleveland and
points Eaet; also connects at Hamilton with Junction
Railroad for Oxford.
4i0 P. HI. TRAIN For Dayton. Springfield
and Sandusky Connecu at Forest with Pittsburg.
curt nuyuti auu uicafro ttoau, nasi ana west: at
and Chicago. Also, connects with Junction Itaiiroad
at uiiniiiton mruxrora.
6 P. M. TRAIN For Dayton, Troy, Pltna, Sid
ney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wayne and CM
cngo, reaching Chicago at 8 A. M.
Tho 6 aud it A. II. traint connect at Clerslaad
with stoamers for Buffalo.
for further Information and Tickets, apply at the
Ticket oOicet north-eaat corner Front and Broad
way; Bo. 1SW Walnut-alreat, near Gibson House; at
tbe new Ticket Offloe, on the weat side cf Vine-street,
between I'oatofHce and Unmet House; at the Wslnsf
Street House, or at the Sixth-street Depot.
sul5 D. MoLABKN. 8nperintenilent.
COMMENCING APRIL 11.1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Pour Trains Daily.
IHKEE IHROlJda EXPRESS XRAIN3.
First Train Mo. 1 Ki ptasa, at 8 A. M., connect! via
Oolombna and Cleveland, ia (tolnmbna, Crestline and
Pittsburgh, via Colombo,, Stsubenville and Pitts
burgh, DetrottvfaOlevetaudaudBteamer. Thia Train
stops, between Cincinnati and Columbus, at Lore
land, DeerUeld, Morrow. Xenla, Cedarville, Booth
Charleston, London and Weat Jefferson.
Second Train- No. 2 Express, at 8:30 A.M., conneot
tla Columbus, Bellalr aud Benwood; Wheeling: via
Colombo, Hteubeuvilleand Plltsburg: viaColumoos,
Ureatline and Pittaburg: via Columbus and Cleve
land; Detroit, via Cleveland and steamer: White SnU
pbur Button, via Springfield. This Train stops be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, at Plalnvllle, Mil.
ford, Miamiville, Loveland. Deorfield, Morrow, Cor
win, Spring Valley, Xenla and London.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:40 P. H., far
Columbus and Springfield.
Fonrth Train Might Express, at 11:80 7. M. coa
nects vlaColumbus, Bellalr and Benwood; Wbeelisgj
vis Columbus, Stoubenville and Pittsbnrg; via Oo
Ininbns, Crestline and Pittsburg: via Columbus and
Cleveland. This train stops at Lovoland, Morrow.
TflTtjnf BAIK Snd Louiou SLXPISa CABS OH
No. 1 Express, throngh to Cleveland without change
No. a Kxpreaa, through to W!, jollng without ohange
Tbe NIGHT XXPBES8 train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:30 P. SI., runs daily, except 8ATU HDAXS. The
For all information, and Through Tickets to Bos
ton, How York, Pbilodolnlita, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo. Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland.
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Koatern placet,
apply at the Offlcos, Walnut Street House, No. I Bur.
net Bouse, south-east onraur oi Broadway and Front
streeta, and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains ran by Columbus time, which la men mill
otee faster than Cincinnati time.
., . . J. DTJBAKD, Sup't.
Omnibuses callfor passengers by leaving direction
at the Ticket Offices. ;. - anyl7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI.
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO.
Only On Ohangt of Can between Cincinnati
' and Chicago.
Three PassenrerTralnsleaveOlnolnnatldallv. h-oaa
thefootof Mill and Front stroeta,
5:60 A. 11. Chicago Mall arrives at Indianapolis at
KktO A. M.; Chicago at 7:25 P.M. This train con
nects with all night trains out of Chicago, for the
West and North-west.
12:00 111. Terre Haute anil Layrayotte Accommoda
tion arrives at Indianarjolls.
te ow r. m., malting
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terre Haute
Trains and Indianapolis and Latayetto trains for
Latayetto trains for
. i i i .
jectttur, apriiiauet't, (in,ve, imin. xiauuium Mitt
St. Joseph; also with fern trains for Peru, Ft. Wayne
(:O0 P.M. Chicago HSxprens arrives at Indianapolis
at 10:30 P. M.; Chicago at 7:40 A.M. Making clean
connections at Chicago with al I morning trains out
of Chicago. Thia train conuects at Indianapolis
with Terre Haute trains for all points West and
Sleeping cart are attached to all tbe night trains
on thia line, and run thiongh to Chicago without
change of cara.
This is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with faverable and reliable arrangements
with sll connecting roads throughout tbe entire
West, guarantees unusual care aud ike amplest ae
commoaationa to the pati oni of thia line.
as Be aure you aro in the right ticket office before
yon purchase your tickets, and ask for tickets via
Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same as by any other route. Baggage
TH BOUGH TICKETS, good until need, can be ob
tained at the ticket offices, at Spencer Houne Corner,
uorth-east cor-er Broadway aad Front; No. 1 Bur
net House Corner; at the Walnnt-stroet Hons., and
at Depot offloe, fcot of Mill, on Front street, where
all necessary information may be had.
Omnlbuaees run to snd from each train, and w
call foi passengers at all hotels and all parts of the
city, bl leaving address at oto ,
10 General Ticket Agent.
Decatur, spnngneit, Naples, tininry, Hannibal ana
Cincinnati, Richmond &
TWO DAI LY TH B0U8H T B A I N 8 leave Sixth street
Depot, at A. M. and 4:80 P. M.
S A. H.-IKDIANAPOLIB, 81. LODIB A OHICA
OO FAST EX PBK8S. Through direct, making close
connections for all other Western and north-western
points. This Train alio connects as nicnmona witn
Cincinnati and Chicago Boada, for Anderson, Koko
mo. Logansport, and all point on Wabash Valley
i 4:Mr' M. INDIAN APOLIB, OHIOAGO A BT.-
' ,7,, connections at Iudlanapolla.LafiiyotteandCbl
ie connections at iuaianapona,LaiayotieanaLui
o, with Trains for Torre Haute, Npringfleld, Hock
GIlKUa WUU A.1 U1I1B lot idub uauiC) uiiuiiiou "'"-
! Galena, Qnlncy, Prairie du Chion, Pane, Peoria,
rjnnlelth, Baoine, Decatur, Dloorr.lngtoii, Jollet, I.
JUnnieiEOtifcauiiie, iecaiur, r;twn.iusiuii,ywiv,,
Halle, ab Paul, and all towns and cities in the North
sMTThronih Ticket given and Baggage checked.
1 For further Information and Through Tickets, ap
ply to Tlckot Offlceanorth-eMat corner ol Front aud
Broadway; No. lv Walnut street, naer Fonrth; tt
south-east corner of Fonrth and Vina street, or at
the bixth-ttreet Depot.
? . - D. A. MOBB0W. innsrintendsnt.
Omnibuses will call for paaaens; ly teuvlng tholt
ames at either of th Ticket OS
118 W. H. ..iTjf.Agsut.
, Mtumfaotureri ausl WksIeaaleiBealtri
ner ... -IH-- ,. .
(Boooetaor to Krai A Oo J
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIK STREET,
FINE GERMAN CIGARS! FINE OKH
MAK OIOA RSI John Bate has jnat received
100,000 very snperlor Clirars, which lie will sell loir
foresail at NATIONAL THEATKIl BCILDINO,
JL John Bate
has iiiMt nwnlv.il iawiiif. .....
ampsiior Playing Cards. Fancy VIII, flfesmboat,
Decator's Kugle ami QnM Hacka, NATIONAL
THIATKB flJUiDlNC, Mymmora.itrest" oeia
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