TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1
BY ELIZABETH H. WHITTIER.
Fold thy hands, thy work l overt
Cool tor watchlug era with tears,
Let thy poor heart, overwe arled,
Beit alike from hopes aud fears.
Hopes that nf with sleepless vision,
One sad picture fading slow;
Fears tbat followed, vague anil nameless,
Iiiftiug back tbo vails of snow.
or thy brave oe, for thy lost one,
Trueat heart of wjman, weep ! .
Owning "till tbr lore tbat granted
VdUj Iby beloved ileep.
Not for him that hour of terror,
When the long ioe-battle o'er
In the sunlest day hie comrade!,
Deathward trod the Polar abort.
pared the oniel cold and famine.
Spared the fainting beart'e despair-
What but that could mercy grant him ?
W hat but tbat baa been thy prayer 1
Iimt tntbee (bat lait memorial,
from tbu oalrn beside the ens;
Evermore the mouth of rosea,
Shall be sacred Hue to thee.
lad tt Is the mournful yew-tree '
O'er his slumbers may not ware;
ad It Is the Kugllih daisy
May not blossomoa his grave.
Snt his tomb ahall atorm and winter
Shape and fashlou year by year
Pile his mighty mausoleum
Block by block and tier on tier.
Guardian of Its (learning portal
Snail Ma stainless honor be,
While tby lore. aswet immortal,
Hovers o'er the winter tea 1
Life upon the Railroad.
There is an old saying that the friond
ihip of a dog it better than his ill-will,
and for many years in my capacity as a
Railroad Conductor I have found the above
to be true to a letter but mind, I am not
saying that I hare no enemies. I, un
doubtedly, have a few, and I don't think
there is a man tbat lives, buthaa more or
less.. A little kindness now and then,
to tho many needy ones, a oonductor will
find almost every trip over his road, will
not be loat, and no will, in many cases,
find from his " bread cast upon the
waters," a return four-fold. Yet he must
uho a great deal of judgment in bestow
ing his charity upon even those he thinks
ontirely worthy of such bestowal. I will,
in conneotion, relate a little incident by
which a little kindness saved my life, and
the lives of all the passengers on board
The Western Division of our Eoad
runs through a very mountainous part of
Virginia, and the stations were few and
far between. About three miles from
one of theso stations, the road runs
through a deep gorge of the Blue Ridge,
and near the center is a small valley, and
there, hemmed in by the everlasting hills
stood a small one-and-a-half story log
cabin. The fewaores that surrounded
it were well oultivatod as a garden, and
iiDon the fruits thereof, lived a widow
nud her three children, by the name of
Graff. I hey were, indied, untutored in
tho cold charities of an outside world I
doubt muoh if they ever saw the sun
shine beyond their own native hills. In
the summer time the children brought
berries to the nearest station to sell, and
with the money thus earned they bought
is few of the necessities of the outside
The eldest of these children I should
judge to be about twelve years, and the
youngest about seven. They are all girls
and looked nice and clean, and their
healthful appoaranee and natural deli
cacy gave them a ready welcome. They
appeared as if they had been brought up
to fear God, and love their huinblo home
and mother. I had often stopped my
train and let them get off at their home,
having found th jra at the station some
three miles from home, after disposing of
I had children at home, and I knew
their little feet would be tired in walking
three miles, and therefore felt that it
would be the same with those fatherless
little ones. They seemed so pleased to
ride, and thanked me with such hearty
thanks, after letting them oh? near home!
Thoy frequently offered me nice, tempt
ing baskets of truit fur my kindness, yet
I never accepted auy without paying
their full value.
Now, if you remember, the winter of
a4 was very cold in that part of the
Ptate and the snow was nearly three feet
deep upon the mountains.
On the night of the twenty-sixth of
JJecember ot that year, it turned around
warm and the rain full in torrents. A
terrible storm swept tbo mountain tops,
mid aim 06 1 filled the valloys with water,
Upon that night my train was winding
its way, at its usuul speed, around the
hills and through the valleys, and as the
road bed was all solid rock, 1 had no fear
of the banks giving out The night was
intensely dark, and the wind moaned
piteously through the deep gorges of the
mountains. Some of my paeseDers were
trying to sleep, others were talking in a
low voice, to relieve the monotony of the
scene. Mothers had their little children
upon their knees, as if to shield them
from some unknown danger without
It was near midnight, when a sharp
whiBtle from the engine brought me to my
feet 1 knew there was danger by that
whistle, and sprang to the brakes at onoe,
but the brakesmen were all at their posts,
and soon brought the train to a stop. 1
seized my lantern and found my way for
ward as soon as possible, when what a
eight met my gaiel A bright fire of pine
loirs illuminated the traok for some dis
tance, and not over forty rods ahead of
our tram a horrible gult had opened its
maw to receive ui I
The snow, together with the rain, had
torn the whole side of the mountain out,
and eternity itself seemed spread out be
fore us. The widow Graff and her chil
dren had found it out, and had brought
light brush from their home below and
built a large fire to warn us of our danger.
They had been there more than two hours
watching beside that beacon of safety.
As I went up where that old lady and
children stood drenched through by the
rain and sleet, she grasped me by the arm
"Thank Godl Mr. Sherbourn, we
stopped yon in time. I would have lost
my life before one hair of your head
should have been hurt Oh, 1 prayed to
Heaven that we might stop the train, and
The children were crying for joy. I
confess, I don't very often pray, but I did
then and there. I kneeled down by the
side of that good old woman and offered
up tflanks to an All Wise Being for our
sale deliverance from a most terrible death
and called down blessings without num
ber upon that good old woman and her
children. Near by stood the Engineer,
Fireman and Breaksmen, the tears stream
ing down their bronzed cheeks.
I immediately prevailod upon Mrs. Graff
and the shildrsn to go baok into the cars
out of the storm and ooliM. After reaoh
ing the cars, I related oi hair breadth
escape, and to wnum v"""
for our lives, and begged t the men passen-
lers to co forward ana se ior "'
The needed no further urging, and a
irreat manv of the ladies w nt also, regard-
Fess of the storm. They toon returned.
and their pnle faces gave i uii eviueuea ui
the frightful death we had escaped, l Ho
i . i- u, r, trmd m ith each other
in their thanks and heartfollt gratitudo to
ward Mrs. Graff and her cniiaren unu
assured hor that they wc'ul'l never, never
e n, vr.n id a ttidow left the
train she was prosouted P""a ot
tour hundred and sixty aoum, . 7 -tarv
offering of a whole trail of grateful
passengers. She refused U e F
gift for some time, and said si ie had onl
done her duty, and. the knowle dge t br iV.
ing done so was all the reward 1 'he asH ed.
However, she finally accepted th o mo- fley,
and said it should go to eduoat hsr chil
dren. The railroad company built hev a new
house, gave her ana her children a life
pass over the railroad, and ovd ered all
trains to stop and let her get c-ff a t home
when she wished. But the employees
needed no such orders; they ;an 1 tppreoi
ate all suoh kindness cuoro so than Di
The old lady rrequently -visits toy home
fttH 1 Bnd she is at U tinnes a wel
come visjtor at my fireside. l'wo of the
children are attending school at the same
So you see that a littlu kindness oost
me nothing and saved my .life. H
A Tough Story.
The following story is told by that re
nowned wag, JohB Phanir, of the Cali
fornia Pioneer. The reailer will see
that it records tho verd.ict of a "Coroner's
Inquest" and in other f artioulars bears
a strong resemblance to some of the tough
stories which have been circulated in this
state and generally believed:
Dr. Tushmaker was never regularly
bred as a physician or surgeon, but he
possessed naturally a strong mechanical
genius and a fiao appetite, and finding
his teeth of great so.rvice in gratifying the
latter propensity, he conoluded that he
could do more good in the world and cre
ate more real i:appine,ss therein py putting
the teeth of the inhabitants in good order
than in any other wo, so he bocame a
He was the man that first invented the
method of placing small cog wheels in
the back teeth, for the more perfect mas
tication of food, and ho claimed to be the
original discoverer of that method of filling
cavities with a kind of putty which be
coming hard directly cause th e tooth to
ache so griovously that it has to be pulled,
thereby giving the dentist two successive
foes for the same job.
Tushmaker was ono day seated in his
office in the city of Boston, Mass,, when
a stout old fellow named Byles presented
himself to have a back tooth drawn.
The dentist seated his pation t in the
chair of torture, and opening his mouth,
discovered there an enormous tocth On
the right hand side, about as large, as he
afterwards expressed it, "as a small Poly
glot Biblo. "I shall have trouble with
this ;tooth," thought Tushmaker, but ha
clapped on his heaviest forceps and pulled..
It didn't come. Then he tried the turn
screw, exerting his utmost strength, but
the tooth wouldn't come.
"Go away from hero," said Tushmaker
to Byles, "and return in a week, and I
will draw that tooth out for you, or you
will know the reason why."
Byles got up, clapped a handkerohief
10 nis jaw, ana put iorcu.
The dentist went to work, and in throo
days he invented an instrument which he
was confident would pull any thing. It
was a combination of the lever, pulley,
whoel and axle, inclino plane, wedge and
screw. The castings were made, and tho
machine put up in the office, over an iron
chair, rendered perfectly stationary by
iron rods going down into the foundations
of the granite building.
In a week old Byles returned; he was
clamped into the iron chair, the foroeps
connected with the machine attached
firmly to the tooth, and Tushmaker sta
tioning himself in the rear took hold of a
lever four feet long.
He turned it slightly Old Byles gave
a groan, and lifted his right leg. Anoth
er turn, (mother groan, the higher went
Old Byles' right leg again.
"What do you rawe your leg for?"
asked the doctor.
"I can't help it," said the patient
"Well," said Tushmaker' "the tooth
is bound to come now."
He turned the lever dear round, with
a sudden jerk, and snapped Old Byles' b
head clean and clear from his shoulders,
leaving a space of four inches between
the several parts 1
They had a post mortem examination
the roots of the tooth were found extend
ing down toe right si le, through the
right leg, and turned up in two prongs
directly under the sole of tho right foot.
"Ao wonder," sa'd Tushmaker, "that
he raised his leg."
The jury thought so too, but they found
the roots much decayed, and five Bur-
feons swearing that mortification would
ave ensued in a few months, Tushmaker
was cleared on a verdict of "justifiable
He was a little shy of that instrument
afterwards; but one day an old lady,
feeble and flaccid, came in to have a tooth
drawn, and thinking it would come out
very easy, Tushmaker conoluded, just by
way of variety, to try the machine.
Ho did so, and at the first turn drew
the old lady's skeleton completely and
entirely from her body, leaving her a
mass of quivering jelly in tho chair!
Tushmaker took her homo in a pillow
case. She lived seven years after that,
and they called her the "India Rubber
Woman." ghehad suffered terribly with
the rheumatism, but after this occur
rence never had any pain in her bones.
The dentist kept them in a glass case
After this maohine was sold to tho con
tractor of the Boston Custom House, and
it was found that a child three years of
age could by a single turn of the screw,
raise a stone weighing twenty-live tuns.
Smaller ones were made on the same
principle, and sold the keepers of hotols
and restaurants. They were advanta
geously used for bening turkeys.
There is no moral at all to this story,
and it is possible that the circumstance
may have become slightly exagerated.
Of course there can be no doubt of the
truth, of the main incidents.
Six Cents a Wecft!
Pays for the Penny Press.
1Y0. 14 Wcit Fourth-street.
No. 278 MAIN-STREET
BETWEEN SIXTH AND SEVENTH,
MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER
Boaps, Perfumery Fancy Goods. &c,
Which I will tell cheaper than anr other placo fat
the city. Ton will Had a large assortment of EX.
TRACTS at 2i cents per bottle. ocle
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
No. IT ftn-sireet, Colnmbns, Ohio.
ST Agont for the WEEKLY SCIENTIFIC ART
(Frontluj the Steamboat Landing)
North-east Corner Uroauway and Front.
K. F. LEVERING. Proprietor.
r!0 PROCURE THE VERY BEST
STENCIL MARKING! PLATE
That can be made in the city go to
23. IME. 07VJJbXQ,
ViO Walmii-Ht., bet. Third and Fourth,
(Next (lour to the tlaaoulc Temple.)
E. M. P. boa three Diplomat awarded blm for the
beat work oc7-am
IN ALL ITS BRANCHR8, NO. 8 EAST
Koarth-street, between Main and 3.' camore, Cin-
arite-binding in every style. MimK Books neat
1? and durably bound. 0. VBOPPEtt.
D. DE FOREST,
Book Binder and Paper Ruler,
Third story Times Building, will do al I work in bl
line wilh neatness and illapiitch. jy28-U
4 UCTION AND COMMISSION MER
i t'HANT-Sr.ks-rooml No. 7 Kat Third-street-Will
attend to the aales of Real Sstate, Personal
Property, Dry Goods, Hardware, Hats, Boots, Hhoea,
Groceries, Unmlture, 4c. Having procured the
services of a competent salesman, all uusiuoas will
meet with dlf patch and prompt returns. Uasb ad.
vuuees made on goods for puulio aalea. Consign.
ments soiiciteu. ueier to mcrcnant generally.
Wl, MOREHOUSE & CO.,
MANUrACTUBEllS AND DEAL CBS IN
KWRNITURE, CHAIRS, AND ALL
t? kinds nf Mattresses and Jleddlng, at the old
Htitwl, No, 136 Brcaniore-street, east side, between
Fourth and Filth-streets, seventh store above
Fourth-street, Church fews lined ana cu&moned
All orders promptly attended to. ocl-cm
A NDERSON A HANNAFORD, Architect,
8. W. corner Third and Sycamore tt.,
Jyl 0IHO1NNATI, oaio.
PUIXAN fc WIIX1 AMNION,
(At tha old stand of Pullan, Hatfield ft Brown,)
No. 6 WEST SKOONDBT.,
J4SIFB rumw.formerlyof Pullan, Hatfield A Brown
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
'M ANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET
IVJL and Boiler Iron, Plow Slabs, Railroad Spikes
!Cto. Also.Aeentstnrthesaleof 1 ronton Star Naila
ttareroomi No. 19 Kaat Second Street, Ciuoinnat 1
"Mr All kinds Iron made tn order. 105
LBINDIBT 1TL. JAKli T1HBT
L. BYLi & CO.,
CLEANERS OP SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. 99 Hlxth-atreet, between Vine and Race, in
the Medical Colleiin, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
msy furor iin with their patronage, can rely on pnno.
tuality and low prices. sepf-ay
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
134 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI, 0.
bi Ft. Charles street, New Orleans, La.,
Importers) of Ounsfc Hyortlna Apparatus,
AND DKALKkS tM OUR POWDIR.
J. J. BUTLER'S
Exccleior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory, 39 Vine St. M
R. A. SMITH
M I T H ,
lo, 11 West rttxth-street,
J. TA FT,
Kcocesaur to Knowlton ft Taft.)
o. 511 Wont Fourth Hi., bet. Wnluut Si Vina
I. U. QAMbBN
B. B. sum.
No. 3 Wert Fourth St.
I. WAIDLI. J. DOCORTT.
DRg. WARDIE & DOUGHTY,
09ee No. 138 West Fourth street,
' "TN01NNATI. OHIO
DR. J. WILSON'S Offioe, 58 Weat Fourth
atreet, where he may be consulted dally for all
Female Complaints, IiillnmraRtlon of the Cervix,
Prolapsns Uteroa, all displacement of the Womb,
Hpinul and Cerebral affections, and other organic dis
eases common to fomales. Tho Doctor's long expe
rience and recent discovery In the treatment of the
above diseases, can not fall togiveentlroaatisfactlon.
The Doctor is agent for a European Female monthly
Pill; price )1 aud two stamps. aulS-3m
. S. NEWTON, M. D.
Offlofl, 90 West Seventh Street,
sstwiir vim ixn eaoi.
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Orncs-Ne. 90 West Seventh street, between Vine
en! Ilaio. Erjunups No. 63 Seventh street, be-
OT., wS Mi. M.'ilf &WUM-7 10
Patent Improved " Novelty ; ,
$6, $7, SO.
$10, 916, 920.
fpHE "NOVELTY" HAS NOW BE-
sa. uumu one or tneperman.nt and valuable ola-
ouinra or me aay. in recent runimiUJHs and
DIPLOMAT awarded to as at several of tho late
j auto aaia w
INDftftA, ILLINOIS AND MICHIGAN,
And the lar demand In OHIO, Is a sore evidence
oi ins appreciation or tne merits oi tne " novelty."
The increasing demand has induced us to enlarge
our manuiaciuring aeparimeni, wnico win now ena
bl us te All all onlera promptly.
Salesroom and General Depot, 46 Sixth-street.
Mr AQliSTB WANTED.
ooataw B. K. HIOGINH, General Agent.
LADD, WEBSTER oe CO.'S
. SEWING MACHINES,
80 West Fourth-street,
Between Vine and Walnut-streets, Cincinnati.
fiend for a Circular. w,i
WILTS EE BROTHERS.
-5T O XJ JKT G- S
Improved Two-Threaded Lock-Stitch
FAMILY SEWlNli MACHINE
iSf5, $30 and $35.
W1LU BEHOVK, OUTOBKB 1, TO
No. 6 West Fourth-street,
Over Beggs Smith's.
sWAgents) wanted. Address
W1LT9EE BltflTHERH, Agent.
ool P. 0. Box 2,3m, Cincinnati, O.
$30. $30. $30. $30.
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitoh
8E0U11KD BY RECENT LETTERS PATENT.
riHIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PBO
M. NOCNCED by all conineteut tudirea. who
have seen it, to be the beat and most desirable Fam
ily Sewing Machine ever introduced, regnrdlrns
oi ynuo. a. mil bow Mil &1UUI Ul IHUlliy (fuous,
from the very thickest to the very finest fabrics made,
and uses all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 2(10.
No oil Is used on topof the Maohine.
Send for a circular, or call aud ace it in operation.
Opon early application,Stateand Connty Bights may
Aneaergetio person can make a fortune In a short
time. Agents wanted in all unsold territory.
, . , , H. C. BIIRTMAN,
Bcle andexclnsive agont for the United States,
sepHfnit l)S West Fonrth.atreet. Cincinnati.
OTITCHING 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 withont a rival.
Cincinnati, Offioe 52 West Fourth atreet.
Wi B. DODDS,
Fonnerlyol Hall.Dodda A Co.; laU Urban ,Dodds ft Co.
XV. JB. Dodds & Co.,
MAlinrAOTUBBES Of TBI
Fire and Burglar Proof
S AF 33S!
0. W. Comer of Vine 4c Second Streets.
Tills Is the most reliable FIRE AND BOKGLA
PROOF SAFE that is made in the United States, and
warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
lower prices, and is of better workmanship than
can be found elsewhere.
no unt. im.e mniku.iiuii unuu.tum are HO
terminsd to sell at prices that cannot fall to please.
Taken In exchange. SECOND-HAND SAFES al.
ways on hand at extremely low prices. nn
G-as , Fixtures,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
WE HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST
variety and best selected assortment of Gas
ufcuiw iu uiui;iuuiuubibuuk ui an ma, la new
desirable in the Oas Fixture line.
We warrant every Fixture we sell to be Musi, both
material aud finish, to any that Is sold in this o
any utlier market, and in addition will gnarant t
them to retain their color and remain perfect for ave
years from the time they are put up by us.
van, sue, auu examine oursioca,
McHENRF ft OABSON.
lyai-cm 162 Main street, near Fourth
THE OUTCAIT ELASTIC ME
TALLIC BCOriNa'Mi offored to the public
the hest aud cheapest Metal Roof now used, its
merits tested by an experience of years in this city
Add led to flat or steen. old or new
buildings. No solder used -fastened securely with
out exDosnra to the action of the element..
rreparea snreu, uoxea ior snipment to any part oi
the United States. can be anolied bv auv one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
jyls-tf 1U West Hocond street.
DR. MAiTl'L SILSREE
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
THE BKIN, EHEUMAT1HM, DISEASES OF
WOMKH, and snch Chronio complaints u maybe
benefitted by the Hygyenl and Atmopathio system
Vapor, Bulphnr, Iodine, Arsenic, Mercury, Tor.
klsh, Bassian and Electro-Chemical Baths, a Die
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of Eleotrk
and Hagnetlo Apparatus. . ,
NO. 67 WEST BIXTH -STREET.
Omee h.nrs A. M. to s P. M an 10-tf
U. P. EL1A.S'
WITCH & JEWELRY HOUSB
16 west Fourth Street.
Where can be had every article appertaining to th
Business at much less price, for CASH, than,
ever before been offered in this market. . 1
GIVE US A CALL"
And see for yourselves. anil
No. MX . E. Cor. Fifth and Lodge streets, betwee
Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati.
good usortmentof SILVER and PLATED WAB1,
orr.iji auijo, eto., aopi constantly on hand.
Roeclal attontlon ilivan to Cleanln. and R.n.1rfn.
Watches and Jewelry. . mrlo
BEGGS fc SMITH, No. 6 Wert 4th St.
ARB NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watches, Jewelry,
Silverware and Diamonds.
A fins assortment of Plated Tea Seta and Cutlery
and Opera Olasaes. 234
WILLIAM DISNEY, ATTORNEY
AT LAW.Uhase Bnildinirs, Mo. (East Third,
street. , sep5-a
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpe tual
.J!7Awff' stabllshod In Cincinnati In 1 1S, an
tedating sit present local Insurance Companies and
Agencies In the Insiirjinrft hiiHlnibM In th 1. Mf 4'.
years conslant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience, enterprise and liberality, especially com
niend theTNA lnsnrance Company to the favora
ble patronaee of this coramnultv standing solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of lH'IS. "
Losses paid In (Inrlnnnil ilnrhisj past Five
Venn, J$iiiu,u5 UI.
Cash Capital .1.000,000.
lABSOhCTK Al) CN1MPAIKKD.J ITH A
SURPLUS OF l,fJ3J,4!c3 80.
And the preatigtiof 40 yearssuccessandextwaieuce.
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS Of 8ia,00tt,000, 1.0HSE8
Have been paid bythe2itua luaurance Company In
Fire andlnlnml Nnviantlon. Itlsks accepted
at terms coniietetit with aolveucy and lair prohte.
Kspeclal attention given to Insurance or Dwellings
and Contents, for tonus or 1 to Ay i.
Application made to any duly othorited Agent
prom ptly Btteniiod to. By strict attention to a legit
imate Insurance hunlnenH, this Company is enabled
to offer both indemnity for the past and security for
the future. P licieilasued without delay by
iAfii T?Jil. A,,mt' Nl- Main street.
A. f. PATO , Aletant Ai?enc.
J.J. H0OK& , Aieut. Fulton . 17th Ward. anS
WELLS' PATENT '
WX10H8 ONLY (15 LB8I M ANOFAOTtBKD.
WHOLESALE AND BKTA1L, BIT
BEMETT & CO,,
S votmore street, below Plftb.
THE MOSTREMARKF. FIRE AND
BCROLAB rHOOF8AFEa.-T!ioy have given
more satUfuction than any other now in me,
Wj offer a rewurd of NK THOUSAND TM)h.
IjARS to any person that can, up to the present
tlnie.showa single Instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their contents.
With this 8AFK we challenge all competition, as
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Bitrglar Proof now made; and are willing to
test with any establishment in the Union, and the
Pgr' failing flint, to forfeit to the other, the snm
we are prepared to furnish a better Safb, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer in the United
Socond-hand Safes of other makers, also on hand.
Werespectftilly invite the public to call nnd exam
ine our utock before imrehaslner elsewhore.
ha Til.. CAititoi.i. jr. en .
anglj-ayf Nog, lsniid irXastOlnmhla street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX.
Cholera, Bilioas Cholio, and
ill PAINS IS THE STOMACH k BOWKLS.
m by oeo. s. MGnr,
WHOLESALE DRTJG0I8T, OINOrNNATI.
FOR SALE BY JOUJI D. PARK, BUIRE, EOK.
8T1NE4 CO., aud Drnggiati Reuemlly. Order left
WiLLiiMwm & Hathbld, Ho. 41 Walnut street
will be attended to.
GLASGOW AND NEW YORK
STEAM TO 0LA3Q0 ,. .LIVERPOOL, BBLF AST,
glnisaow, Thomson,Wednoeday, Ang. U, at 11 noon
linuurtfh.Cummiiig. .Wednesday, June 1,
Ulaaaow, Thomson " Julys, "
" JulyJT, '
Edlnbnrch, Onmmlns..8atnrday, Hayf
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ednesday, July I ,
,. " July 3.
Itatesof Passage from Now 'Sork, Philadelphia or
Boston, to Glasgow. Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
Londonderry, first class, 75. Nteenme.fouucl with
abundance of proporly-coolufd provisions, S;lc).
An oxperiouoed Surgeon attax hed to eacb steamer,
charge for modloinen.
For Freight or l'.iss:io, app) v to
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A FTER MANY YKARS OF PRACTICAL
xa. experience In tho art of Mnstard-muking, the
proprietors offer the above brand of Mustard to the
public, guarauteeiug It a strictly pure article, manu
factured from the beat quality of Seed, carefully se
lected with the design of producing a Mngtard SCPI
BIOB IN FLA VOU AND PUNGENCT TO ANY
NOW IN USE. We have no hesitation In saying
that all lovers of good Mustard will rind the I. X. L
be that which they so frequently fail to obtain,
MUSTAKD THAT 18 MUSTARD.
VOrders promptlr filled.
DARRI30N A WILSON.
Jets 99 nnd 101 Wnlnnusireer.
ITIpney! JTSouey! JTJoney!
Removed from 5 Went SUlb-atreot,
MONET LOANEDON WATCHES, JEW.
ELBT and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of interest, at Mo. 172 Vln.-strwM,, between
Fourth and Fifth. Hi
AN D Y ! OANDT .
32. sjs. oiiAhk;
. , (Soooessor to trai A Co,)."
Manufacturer. nd Whole.aleJDeal,,. j
FINB AND PLAIN CANDIES,
MAI If STREET,
FRANKLIN TYPE AND 6TERE0TTPB
. 'OUTJDBy, B. ALLISON, Bnferintendent.
PrtatlDiMassriaUorliiT lid. MlVUssirvet
Commencing May 22, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD.
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
iJjk s&i.TfcaSa jafK-ar Calro ul 8t-
One Train for Evansvill. at 8:30 P. M.
1 he Trains connect at St. Louis for all points in
Kniisusand nobraska. Ilaiinibal, Quincy and Keo
kuk; ut hit. Bonis and Cairo for Memphis, YieksbiirK.
Xatube. ana New Orlean..
Une 'III rough Train on Sunday at C:3n P. M.
Hktchmino Fast Line Leares East St. Lend,
Bundays excepted, ut 6:60 A. Al., arriving at Clnoii.
natl at 10:10 1'. Bl.
laxPBias Tbaik Leaves East St. Lnuia dafly at MS
P. Al.,arririii(( at (Cincinnati at : A.M.
. lfOlt TUKOUUH TICKETS
To all pnhats Vst aud South, please aoplf at the
olllces, Walnut-attiMt House, be i ween Sixth and
Seventb-atreets, Mo. 1 hurnet Uou,e, corner ethos,
north-west oomer of front and Broadway, Spencer
House CtBco, and at th. Depot, oonier i'ront and Mill
ttrysta. W. H. CLKJ1EN f.Gen'i. Superintendent.
OmuibuseoaHfer pnesengers. ooN
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
POUR DAILY TRAINS LEAVB THB
Rutth -street Depot,
Trains ruu thronifh to Indianapolis, Lima, flan,
""akyand Cleveland without change of cars.
Through Tickots for all Kastern, Western, Nerth.
ern and North -western cities.
A..M- EXPK.EISS1 Til AI (Columbus time,
Wbich isaeveu nilnutes faster than Olncluuati) For
Cleveland and Pittsburg, via Delaware, makes close
HSf, Orostllno for Pittsburg. Baltimore.
Philadelphia and New York; and at Cleveland for
Dunkirk, Butfalo, Boat n and New York. Also, con
StS4" pyton with L-iyton and Michigan Koad for
Troy, Pigua, Sidney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit. Fort
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Toledo at 3:30, Detroit
at b:00, and Chicago at 7: 20 V. Til., (Julncy and Galena
at 7 A.M. Also, at Dayton withGreenvllloand SI I ami
Koad, for Greonvllle, Union, Winchester and Mun.
Jie. Also, connects at Richmond with Indiana Cen
tral Road, for Indianapolis, Lafeyette.t'hlcago, Terra
llaiite, 8t. L011I9, aud all Western cltos. Also, at
Riuhmond with (Jlncluunti and Chicago Road, for
Auderscn, Kokomo and Peru. Also, connects with
Junction Railroad at Hamilton for Oxford.
, HA. M. iHAII, TUAIN-For Dayton, Spring.
SS!S AIi oaudusky t'ounects ut Sandusky with
HTKAMKKfor DETROIT: at URBA-NAforCOLUM-BUS;
at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Waynoaad Chi
cago Koad, East and Wust; at Clyde with 0. and To
ledo Koad lor Cleveland nnd Uutfalo, Toledo, Detroit
and Chicago. This train also connects at DELA
WARE with the C.,0. 4 C. Koad for Cleveland and
points Eat; also connects at Hamilton with Junotion
Railroad for Oxford.
4:3tf P. m. TJtAIN-For Dayton, Springfield
and Bellofontahw: Connects nt Richmond for In
dlanapolis, Terre Unite, St. Louis and Chicago.
Also, connects with Junotion Railroad at Hamilton
for Oxford. ,
P. M. TR AIN For Dayton, Troy, Plana, Sid
uey, Lima. To bi lo. Dntmlf. Sort Wn .,,,1 nhi.
c"Jijjy.ai;hlnif Uhlcag-o at A. W.
m ineoB,ia A. M. trains connect at Clevoland
with steamers fur Buffalo.
F,ir fur, Hap t..V.t.....ulA Tl..v,s .1 ,v -
Ticket ofllcea-north-east corner Fron and Broad
"yi No. lf9 Walnul-streot, near Gibson Uousoj at
h. livnei vinve,o 1 110 west slue ci vine-street,
between PostoMce ami Din net Honse; at the Walnu?
Street liouae, or at tho Six tli-sl reet Depot.
D. Mol.AJBEN, HiiperintenuToiit.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
TBRJEB Til ROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Train-No. 1 E pis. at S A. M., connects via
Oolumbos and Clevolund, v ia Columbus. Crestline and
Pittsburgh, via Oolumbiui, fitoiibenvillo and Pitts.
Irargh, Detroit viaCleveiaudaudstoBmer. This Train
stops, between Cincinnati und Coliinil.us, at Love
land, Deorhold, Horrow, Xenia, Cedarvllle. South
Ubarloston, London ami West Jefferson.
Second Train No. 2 Express, at 8:30A. M.,conneot
via Colnmbus, Bellalr and Benwoodi Wheeling: via
UolTjmbos.Steubenvillennd Pittsburg; TiaOoliimbus,
Oreatline and Pittshnrst via Columbns aud Cleve.
land; Detroit, via Cleveland and steamer: White Bui.
phor Station, via Springlleld. This Train stops be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, at Plalnvllle, Mil
ford, MiiimivlUe, Loveland, Deerfleid, Morrow, Car
win, Spring Valley, Xenia and Loudon.
Third Traln-Aocomuiodatiou, at 4:40 P. M for
Fourth Train-Nii?lit Kxpivss. at 11:30 P. M.j con
nect; viBColnmbna, BHllair nnd Henwood; Wheeling:
via Columbus, Steiibeuvllle and PittatmrK; via Co
Itira bus, Crestline and Pittsburg: via Columbus and
Uoveland. This train stops ut Lvvelitnd, Alorrow.
ThTs TBA1N nl C,nll'n' BL1E1,1NQ CABS 0
Nol Express, through toCletelaadwIthontchanga
No. a Exprees, through to Whaclingwithont Changs
of cors. "
,e,AIG.?T EXPRESS Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:30 P M runs daily, except SATURDAYS, The
lor all information, and llirotish Tickol
Tlnbiif. in Pm..
iw, ruuttufinnia, uHinmoro, wasning
Niagara Falls, Dunkirk. Cleveland.
flttsburg, Wlieelins;. and all the Eastern places,
apply at the OINces, Walnut Street House, No. I Bar.
net House, south-east conjure! Broadway and HVnnS
Streets, and at. the Kuflfnrn Ikwii
Trains run by Colnmbus time, which is seven mln
utea faster than Cincinnati tiaie,
... , J. DUBAND. Sup't.
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST,
AND THE NORTHWEST, VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
Only Out Change of Van betwtmt Oincmnati
Three PsssengorTralnsleave Cincinnati dally, froB
the foot of Mill and Front streets.
,,6iS0.Ai.M-7;i?!iicas"0 Mail "fives at Indianapolis at
10:80 A. H.; Chicago at 7:3ft T.M. This train oon'
nects with all night trains out of Chicago, for ths
West and North-west.
12:W) Terre Haute and Lavfayotto Acoommoda-
tlmi inH,u .1 T,'(lli.n..n..ll. a..h O u r.i...
HV AUU.CkUf.pU.JV, b ...... , ui., UIIUWII.
diroct connections at IndianapoliH with Terre Haute
Auuiit,iuT'jtj. ami uninvuiia imius ior
nnnahi. Un, H.rt.M V .1 ... ,1 ii...
.w,.u. , u,,.:iiHUc.u, 23.11 IJlOai BUQ
tit. Joneph; also vf ith Peru trains for Peru, Ft. Wayns
S:(s) P.M. Ohlcflso Expross arriTes nt Indianapolis
al 10:311 P. M.: Chlcuuo ut 7:4(1 A. M Mu .iu ;i
connections at Chicago with all morning trains out
oi iiwcago. run train connects at Indianapolis
ivlth Terre Haute trains for all points West and
Sleeping carl are attaohed to all the night tral- a
on this line, and run thiongh to Chicago wlthom
Changs of cars.
This Is exci naively a Western and North-western
route, aud with faverable and reliable arrangomeuts
vlth all coniiectiv roads thioughout the entlie
,.iaiDii,.Tn iiiauniiu, uirn null I Be amplest BO"
coiTiTnoflations to tbe ratronsol this line.
sT Besureyoiiaruln the right ticket offloe befort
you purchase your tickets, and ask for tickets vis
Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same as by any other route. Baggage
TliROOftB TICKETS, good uhtll used, can bs ob
tained atthe ticket ofilces, at 8sencer House Corner,
north-east corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net House Corner! at the Walnnt-street House, and
iit Depot office, foot of Aim, on Front atreet, when
al) uocesnnry information may be had.
Omnibuases run to and from joch train, and w
call ioi passengers at all hotols and all parts of tl
elty, b) leaving addres.at either office.
W. II. L. NOBLE,
my'" Qenetal Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
afcijuch Route fr
.. . ei. Louis,
' " PERU,
TWO DAILTTHKOUOHTBAINS leave 8Utr street
. . fyjnt, at a A. M. and 4:80 P. M. . , . .
A. M .-INDIANAPOLIS, ST. LOUIS 40HI0A
00 FAST EXPltKSS.-Thronghdirect.ruatlng close
connections for all other Western and Nor-h-western
poinU. Thh Train also connects at Jlioimond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Roads, for And-rson, Koko.
ujoLogansport, antf all points on yabasli YlUf
4:30P." M.-INDIANAPOLIS, CfllCAaO A ST.
LOUIS NIQHT KXPHKBS. The aove Trains make
close connections at Indianapolla, Lafayotteand Ohl
cago, with Trains for Terre Haute, Springfield, Bock
Island, Qalesburs, Kenosha, Ljlh-oese, Jacksonville,
Oanvlfln. lt.irllnotoa. Milwaukee, Mattoon,faDles.
Salle, St. Paul, and all tuwns and cities in ths North
KSTThrongh Ticket! given and Baggage sheoked
Infnrm.tlon and Thronfh Tlekets.
ply to Ticket Offloes,north-eat corner oi Front and
omnuwHli aiu. lev nniuu, ,,n,t uw.. .uhihi,
south-east comer of Fourth and Vine street, or at
tne Butn-sireov, iwpot.
0. 51. MOBROW, 'nivi.-.'utondont.
Omnlbusos will rail for passeny t n; ieuvlng their
nanixs at euu.r oi tus Aicue u
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