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TCKSDAY........
..NOVBTTIBKR
IL AMOROSO.
BY COVENTRY PATMORE.
Whan ripened time and chastened will
Haw stretched and tuned for leva's accords;
Tho live-stringed lyre of life, until
It vibratos with the wind of words;
And "Woman," "Lady," "She," and "Her,"
Are name for ''perfect,'' "good," and 'lair,"
And unknown maidens, talked of itir .
till thought with reverential care -'i
H meets, by Heavenly chance, express,
His deetin'd wife; some hidden hand
Unveils to him that loveliness
Which others cannot understand.
No songs of love, on summer dreauis, -
Dide'er Ilia longing fancy Are
With vision like to tlila; ah seems :
In all things hotter than desire.
Hi merit In bar presence grow,
To match the promise in uer eyes, ' '
And round her happy footsteps blow
The authentic airs of Paradise.
For love of her he oannot sleep; -
Her beantv haunts him all the night.
It molt ma heart, liuiaaes nun weep
worsiup ana omigm,
Reminiscences of Distinguished Actors.
Ellen Trku Ellen ,Tree had a great
gift of woman's winning softness. She
was an elegant, graceful, delicate actress;
refined, well studiod; playful, lively, sor
cufltin, in Comedy; her ' Rosalind, Mrs.
O ikley, Lady Teazle, Ueatrioe, were all
charming performances. In - a certain
lino of tragedy,' too, e displayed great
concentration of mission, a subdued inten
sity, a suppressed lire, that seemed to burn
her up and gnaw her heart; as in the
Countess , in "Love," Ginevra in the
"Legend of Florence," and others; the
woman spoke out in all those. Ilor Mrs.
Mailer was the most naturally touohing
performance of that character .' which
ever witnessed. She is a noble oreature,
too, in face and form, not unlike Ristori in
many of her personal traits; but in the
highest walks of tragedy; as Lady Mao-
bcui, i.nujr wuunuiiivD, in Av.ug vvuu,
and such parts, she is doficient in massive
power of execution,' a dofect which her
intelligence, great as it is, and her con-,
scientious study of h(ir author, are inade
quate to 'supply.' She is'-a charming
artisto, and ahigh-souled woman. Would
tho stage h&a many sncii! ';. . ',
Lticifs JiTNifjs Booth, I first met Booth
(pero) on Simpson's benefit, at the Park
theater, in 1844,"previ0us to' his (Simp
son ) going to'ftngiana in nearcii ot nov
elties; tor which purpose it, was. hoped
that this bonefit W(tulirput liim in funds.
Poor Simpson! lie was alayV at low wa
ter mai-K; ana cue fortunes ot cue ram
th e ater annually ere w, , more. , desperate.
On this occasion, a sort of oil a podrida of
acting and singing was got up. I was re
quested, and assented,' to play the Becond
'act of the "Lady of LyonB," and two
scenes h-oin "Julius uesar,: with liootli,
including the great ,;quarrel. scene, in
which he was to be Cassius, and 1 Brutus.
Knowing Booth's irregularity in business,
i did not go to the theater for rehearsal,
:is it was pretty certain to be lost labor.
At night, he did not arrive till very late
minie time aftor the hour,' at which our
scene ought to have commenced; conse
mieutly, 1 did not see him till he rushed
on the stage to me, after the flourish of
trumpets, which announces the arrival of
Uassius. Un he came, with a brusquencss
quite in character, confronted me, stopped,
gave his usual long sniff a sort of drawing
' in of the breath through his nostrils, which
was a habit with him mode a dead halt,
.glared, and said nothing! I supposed at
lirst. never ha vine encountered him pro
fessionally, that it was his usual mode of
- ? il lll.llt.l
commencing tins Bcene, anu mai lae long
pause was merely the herald of the com
ing storm a lull before the thunder crash.
I waited patiently; but not a sound, not a
word,' Booth still glared on me mysteri
ously, with blood shot eye. At last, when
1 thought this pauso threatened to
"itreick out to thecrackof doom,"
i began to suspect the cause of the mys
tery; and, as gently as possible, suggested
that we had waited long enough by giving
him "the word," in an under tone:
"Most noble brother, yon have done mo wrong!"
This r'Ccallcd him to' himself, and broke
his abstraction; he gave another of his
snifls said, sotto voce,' to' me, "Thank
yon!" and coolly enough proceeded
with his part
"Most nolle brother, yon hare done me wrongl"
and so the scone went on. 1
A MAHOMMEDAJf AT PRAYER. AmOng
tliem'I noticed a Bosnian, whose white
turban and green jacket donoted particu
lar holiness, Accosting him in Arabic,
which ho Bpoko imperfectly, 1 found he
was a Hadji, having made the grand pil
grimage to all the holy placos. We quite
agreed upon tho subject of Damascus, the
mere mention of which brought the water
into his mouth. lie prayed with praise
worthy regularity, at stated times, gener
ally finding the direotion of Mecca within
four ,, points. One'" evening, 1 however,
while we were at anchor, the ship drifted
around with tbo tide,: and the Hadji, not
noticing this, commenced . praying with
his face toward Koine. I ' at once per
ceived t!i is scandalous mistake, and inter
rupted the devotions of the holy man, to
set him right "In the1 name of God!"
he exclaimed, "but you are right This
comes from trusting the Frank vessels."
Taylor's Travels in Greece.
Kxtinct FAMii,ii!.s.-r-Mr Robert Steph
enson leaves no family behind him. His
. wife died many years ago, and he re
mained a widower, so that the direct line
from George ' Stephenson, the eminent
English engineer, has died out. James
Watt, the noted British inventor, left no
descendants. It appears ,tbat the men
noted for mechanical genius,' like many
of those famous in. literature, soience and
government in Great Britan, leave no
children to - nernetuate their names.
Shakespeare, Milton, Bacon, Newton,
jucae. uuuiiH. Aunm annul, luntnf m
Davy, Sir Joshua RdynoldV Tlaxrian,
Sir Thomas Lawrence, and others, well
known to fame in British annals, have no
-4inu -representative now living.
1
ii eavem. Where is heaven? Plato
points to me snowy summits of cold
( llympus, and says, "! is there." Swe
denbourg beholds spiritual presence in all
space, and says, "uYs every where."
Wadsworth lives again through his youth,
tuid replies, "Heaven lies about us in our
infancy." Says ill theologian- and poet,
"I turn from you adl)and.ak. the little
blind girl, and she,; replies-''Heaven is
where God is."
ftsafThe Paducah paper calls one of
our city cotemporaries "a notable ed
itor.' Probably it means not able.
iiarvey, rope, Aianshela, A'itt, f ox, Uray,
Cowper, Collins, Thompson, Goldsmith
Gay. t'oncreve, .Hume. Bishop. Butle
HUMOROUS'
8
1
If a man marry a shrew, are we to sup-
p6se he js shwwdr ,
We know a man so habitually sleepy,
that his curiosity oannot be awakened. ,
A wise saw is a saw, all the teeth of
which are wisdom teeth. , . ' , '. ;' i V
, Fast men, like fast rivers, are generally
very shallow.; -;,.,,. ; '.';.', '
In a neighboring town lives a person
who has always refused to give anything
toward the support of religious worship.
A few, years ago a new church was built,
and that gentleman, to the surprise of all,
gave a bell for the new structure. On
being asked the reason, he said he never
pnt his money were he could not hear it
:.'. - V.;,..-: ..'V .
A young man whose love is not recip
rocated soon experiences lass-tude-
A friend oomplains of a feline Thomas
whose evenings are spent in courting the
mews; under his window. '
The atmosphere of a fashionable lady's
dressing room is generally very clothes,
(close.) , : '
A voun? man who received a blowine-
up from his sweetheart, retorted by call
ing her a wind-lass. , , , : . , ' , '
A reporter who takes notes says' that
they are altered before being passed off
upon the public ,, , , : .. ,
No tune is so popular, and yet so hard
to catch, as for-tune. ,iu; .
The reason why whales frequent the
Arct'uj seas is probably because they sup
ply the "northern lights with oil."
How is it that the trees oan put on a
new dress without opening their trunks?
Because they "leave" out their summer
clothing. i ".
' . ."Who is that lovely girl?" Baid the witty
Lord Norbury, in oompany with his friend,
Counsellor Grant "Miss Glass," replied
Grant,, "V should often be intoxciated,
could I place sifch a glaBS to my lips,"
said Xorbury '
Herr Hacklander, the Stuttgard author,
says life has three kisses that are crises:
" The .' first is that which the mother
presses on the new-born infant's head; tho
seoond that which the newly-wedded
brido bestows on your lips; the third that
which love or friendship closes your eyes,
when your career on earth is ended."
Ui AniTHsrarto. "Julius,: I suppose you
are a good scholar,". ' Not as good as I
ought to be, Sam. Why?" "Beause I
wanted to ask you a question." "What
is it , Sam?" "Have you ever 'studied
arithmetic?" , "Of course." "Well now,
suppose that a man should ' buy a pair
Of chickens at twelve and a half cents a
pound, and the chiokens weighed seven
pounds and a quarter, what would they
oometo?"Wasitin de mornin? ' . "Why,
what has that to do with it?" "A great
deal; because, if it was in de mornin and
my wife bought ;omj I know 'zactly what
dey would some to." ' What would they
come to!" "A chicken pot-pie, an a
mighty sudden disappearance
''Have pity on a poor , blind wo
man," cried an athletic beggar man to a
passer-by. "xoumuBt be mad as well as
blind," was the answer; "you . look more
like a stout,' able man, than a poor blind
woman" "Ah, "sir," replied the beggar,
"that's true enough; but as I take the
rlace of my poor blind sister that' b dead,
have to go on with the business in her
name, and if I said I was a strong man,
of course nobody would pity me." .
"I'm thine till death," as the rope
said to the man about to be hanged.
r.
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.'.Jl!t'iiI!lU:UH-!-I-
MERCHANTS, ATTENTION.
WE ARB NOW PREPARED TO DO,
on tbe shortest notice, and In lhelateat and
most fashionable style, all kinds of .
J ob Printing,
IU0H AS
BILLS Or LiDlHOi
BILLS Or FARE
LETTS H HEADS
M0KTQAGK8;
CI BCD LABS;
COUPONS; ,
FOLlOIBSt
FOBTKUBs
DBAT TIOK.ETS;
AUCTION. BILLS;
CHKUKS;
BONDS',
Dlir-,8;
PaOQUAMMIgi
SAILBOAD
-AHD-
STJJAJffBOAT WORKI,
M FIHI IT ft. At XO-
FRAVC jlSCO CAIDWELI.
BUSINESS CARDS
OANpy, i a ANpy ;
'' . , Hnomajsor to Miui 400,) '. ' '
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers
V ' ' -Ilfl ,;'' V.!.1.;js 'I
' FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES, -
- v"
0 MAIM STREET, CINtlNNATI
Door Locks,
r. r. car and switch locks,
. , n i Door and Gate-Springs, ,
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
SIIVEH-PLATED DOOK-PLATES,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted.
The public are respoctfulljr liiTited to call and ex
amine the Tarioua patterns and prices. All Jobbing
prumptljr attended to , . .
flEORGR WcOUBOOR,
I02cm Jfo. 133 Fifth-street, 2d door from Bace.
3-
A. B. COLVILLE,
Settle Blanufhctarf r,
3
Ho. 41 East Seeond-itrmt, between Hrcamore and
llrcaiiway, Uiot'lnnati, keens ever, dascriptiou of
VannterV Platform, Caille, Knllrond Depot,
and Truck IHoalnn) TrucUs,
J rou WaaTona, Ac.
' epalr ngrtone nn the shortwlt nollce. nol-6m
HENRY DAVID,
No. 9V8 MAIN-STREET
BE TWKKN SIXTH AND BKVKNTH,
JJANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER
8oapsj, Perfumery, Fancy Goods, oto.,
Which 1 will sell cheaper thau anr other place In
the cltr. Tou will And a large assortment of KX
TBAOTS at cents per bottle. ocH
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
1 J 3 MAIN STBKKT, CINCINNATI, 0.
KITREDQE &FOLSOM,
69 St. Charles street. New Orleans, La.,
Importers of Gun de SpdrtlrfS Appnrntasj,
ArlD DtiMBS IH ODU POWDIR.
. RICHARD KENNEDY, .
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
No. 17 8tai-tref, Colanibos, Ohio.
KT Agent for the WKKKLY KCIKNTIK10 AUT-ISAN.-
ocll-sru
, RAILROAD HOTEL, .
. (ITrontlng tbe Steamboat Landing.) , . ! i
North-east Coi ner Itroadway and Front.
' k ' ' CIltOINltlTI, OHIO. .
S. F. LEVEEING, Proprietor.
toc7-cn ; ;
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
INUrACTVBEBI AND DRALlRS IK
FURNITURE, CHAIRS, AND ALL
kinds of Mtttresses and llediling.at the old
stand, No. 130 Hycumore-stroet, eust side, between
Konrth and Fifth-street, seventh . store above
Fuurtn-etreet, Church Pews lined and cushioned.
All orders-.promptly attended to.. . ocl-cm
, PULT.AN A WILLIAMSON,
(At the old stand of Pnllan, Hatfield Brown,)
' WHOLESALE GROCERS"
' Ho, M WKST 8KUOND ST., '
. ;i i : .. otaourarin, .
jmipb PTJUAit, (brmerly of Pullin, Htfiold a Brown
wa.a.wiLitAinoH.. snra-ACW
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET
and Boiler Iron, Plow Blabs, Ballroad Spikes
Etc. Also, Agents for the sale of lrouton Star Kails
Warerooms No. 19 East Second Street, Clnclnnat 1
Ohio.
All kinds Iron made to order.
MMDIKT BTfc. . JAMES TIEaT
L UYL 6S CJO.,
CLEANERS OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. 99 Sixth-street, between Vine and Race, in
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
mar favor ita with their patronage, can rely on piino.
tnality and low prices , sepl-ay
PUILADELPHIA
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. SIX riFTn-SIBKBT, SOUTII SIDE, ; 1.1
(Near tbe corner of Vine,)
C. Ii. VICKERH, Proprietor.
Orsters and Game serred in all styles. Meals at all
hours. ' . nolcm
Money! Money! Money!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
Keuioved from 90 West SUtn-atreet.
MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
BLBV and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates or Interest, at No. 173 Vina-slreet, Oetwaea
ITourth and Fifth.,. . ...
Book Biiiding
IN ALL ITS ERANCHKS, NO. 8 EAST
rnnrlh-atreet. between Main andSrcamore, Cin
cinnati.
aw-Be-blndlng tn every style. Hash Books neat
ly and durably bound. - , C. UBOPPKK.
l jjev-nm i
Boots and Shoes Just Eeceived.
J. II. BETKltS, '
No. 5:1 West Fourth-Street,
U1
AS JUST RECEIVED A SPLENDID
aaaortment of the renowned Philadelphia
BOOTS and SHOES, for men's wear. Call and see
them. , . . . oc2
J. J. BUTLER'S , :
Piicelsior Fluid . Ink.
Mauiifarlory, 39 Vine St. M
D. DE FOREST,
. noun miiuer anu rniici juict,
nkl. -,... Tin. , Hull. II.. f. will An all mnrk In hi
line with neatneee and dispatch. jy2-l
ANDERSON k UANNAFOKD.AlThltect,
Manchester Building, ,
H, W. eoraer Third and 8ycnmore ats.i ,
)Tl OIROISNATI, 0.110.
MEDICAL CARDS,
DR. SAM'L SILSBEE
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
TiiK SKIN, RIIRDMATISU, DISEASES Or
WOMEN, and such Chronic complaints as may be
benefitted by the Hygyenlo and Atmopathlo lystem
of blsofflce. , ti
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenic, Mercury, Tur
kish, Knastan and Klectro-Uhemlcel Baths, a Pis
pensary of Medicine, and stery manner of Elaotrlo
and Magnetic Apparatus. .
MO. 67 WKMX B1XTH-8TBEET. . ,.
WOmoehanrsJA. M.tosP. ; ,. aul-tT
DR.-WILSON,
A GRADUATE OF EDINBURQ. SCOT
1m. LAND, and well known In this city for bit
professional Rani 111 Ilia umiiubuiui rmw. j.ia-
hmm. nf eliher aex. has removed bis office front No.
m West Fourth-street to No. 321 Walnut, between
Kluhth and Ninth. The Doctor, from the earliest
period of his professional career, has made this most
important Drancn 01 neuicmo ins exclusive ape
rulltv. davotins all his nowers of mind and time in
perfecting hie treetmenfasfara ths immense nro
n pes In tnese diseases makes It desirable. Ttie Doc
tor hL also eugaved an eminent and general prac
titioner pf this city, with whom be may consult,
With the GuJiwni 01 iue piieu&, vuuuiu .lie sria.i.j
it ilia caw demand it. Persons at a distance ad
ilreeains tbe Doctor for ad.lce will pleaxe Inrloaea
noHUt-e stamp. Addrtms 1111. J. WILSON,
no2u Mo. 8iil Walnut-street. (Jlnclnnatl
B. Ss NEWTON, Ms D.
Office, ,90 Weit Seventh Street,
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Omoi No. M West Seventh street, between VluS
tnd Bace. BasmiNiic No. M Seventh street, las
ween Walnut and Vlue. Orrics Houas 7. to St
A,M.;ltelr.M.iteP,al,
'8EWiNGl;iflCHINES.
TheVXiatcst; Improtetneiil
itt i vV-MRttWH-'a 1IU.TTB n't ' i ;
SEWING MACHINES!
MANUFACTURED BY TUB i OHIO
' Sawing Machine Oompany, 40 West Fourth,
street, expressly adapted for Family Use, Drees Mak
ing, Gaiter Fitting and Tailoring. Warranted to
give perfect satisfaction or the money returned. Do
not fall examine before purchasing., Extra iu
UucementaTflered to Agent. ,
D. BROWH, Agent,
not-Sm ' " '40 West Ifonrth-street.
LADD, WEBSTER C9.'S
.'fi-: in 1 1 UtXX. STITCH .;,,,
80 West Foiirtli-stroet,
Between Vina and Walnut-streets, Cincinnati,
awr Bend for a Circular. aoW
REMOVAL.
WILTS EE BROTHERS,
DA3ALEB8 IN i
srotrnsTG's
Improved Two-Threaded Lock-Stitch
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
.$35, $30 and $35.
No-SaFIftli-itreet,.
1 WILlt RKM0VII, OOTOBEB I, TO ''
No. O West Fourth-street,
- Over JBeggsft Smith's. . ' " .
Si Agents wanted. Address
WIL.T8EE BltOTHKRS, Agents,
ocl P. ) Box 8,3119, Oinciunsll, Q.
$30; $30. . . j.$30.U .$30.
MOORE'S
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitch ,
FAILV SEWING MACHINES
BKUCBED BY BKOSN.T LETTERS FATIiNT.
rriHrs macuink has been pro-
M. HOUNOKU by all comueteut Judaea, who
have seen it, to be the best una most desirable Fam
ily Sewing Machine ever Introduced, renrardleo
of price. It will sew all kinds of fuuiily goods,
from Ui very thickest to tbe very finest fabrics made,
and usue all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 200.
No oil la used on topof the ninchlne.
Send for a circular, or rail and see it in operation.
Upon early application, Htatoaud County Bightsmay
tiesecured. , . v
An energetle person can make a fortune lu a snort
time. . Agents wanted in all unsold territory.
' II. I!. IHIUTMAN, '
He le and exclusive agent for the United Slates,
sepl 4 finf B8 West Fourth -street. Uinclunatl.
SEWING MI CUINBS,
STITCHING THE SAME . OK BOTH
sides, leaving no ridgeor chain, and Impossible
to ravel. For speed, accuracy or ease of motion, the
KlIlpUc Machine Is without a rival.
Cincinnati, Office 5!i West Fourth street.
' tsep21
W r B . ' D ODD 9, '
JTornierly of Hall.Dodds Oo.ilate Urban, Dwlds A Oo.
W. n. Bodds & oM
IfJUICrAOTTJkUa Of TBI '
a o 2sr on. 33 33
fire aiid Ilurgiar Proof
S AiFBS!
8. W. Corner, of Vlue k gecond Streets,
Thla bTthejnost'reilable FIBB AND BUBOLA '
rKUOV SAVE that Is made In tbe United States, and
la warranted perfectly free from dump, Oau be sold
at lower prices, aud is of better workmanship than
oan be found elsewhere.
We bave a large assortment on hand, and am de
termined to soli at prioes that cannot fail to please.
Old Sales
Takea In exchange. SKUOND-HANU SAFES al
ways on baud at extremely low prioes 97M
KOOFIM ! ROOFIIVG !
riiiiE oi;tcai.t eiastio he.
JL TALLIO BOOFINO" is offered to the public
aa the bent and cheapest Metal Koof now need, its
merits tested by an experience of yoara in thlacity
and vicinity. Applied to Hat or steop, old or new
bnlldinei. No solder used fastened securely with
out exposure to the action of the elements,
Prepared sheeta, boxed for shipment to any part of
the United States, oan be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill, priem pronrptly flllod.
- '.UALDW JCLli m CU,
jylft.tf IB8 Weat8i?tcondatreet. ;
Qas Fixtures,
AT-REPPCEP PRICES.
WB BTAVH ON HAND THE LARGEST
variety and best selected assortment of Oas
Fixtures in Cincinnati, consisting of all that Is new
or desirable In the Oas Fixture line.
We warrant every Fixture we sell to be enual.both
In material and finish, to any that isaold in thlso
any other market, and in addition will guarautr j
them to retalu their color and remain perfect lor dye
years from thetlmetheyareput up by us.
al..e, "''ffiv A CAIISOH.
Iy2i-Cni ,f ' IM Main street, near Fourth
JEWELRY.
II. P. 12LIAS',
, New Wholesale ,
WATHII& JEWELRY HOUSE
16 west Jt'ourtn street .
Whan can be had every article appertaining to the
Business at a ranch leee rlce, for CASH, than
dm ever before been offered In this market.
.GIVE US A CALL"
And see for yoqrselvee. ayil
WMV WH I TAKER,
' JfBWBLBR,
Bo. tiXN.l. Oor. Fifth and Lodge streets, betwes
AgoodaJwortmentofSlLVKEandrLATJCDWARl,
RnrwiMl uttentlon given to Cleaning and Itepalring
Watches and Jewelry, i " my 10
xIISGGS 8MITH, No. 6 West 4th St.
A RE NOW BECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watches, Jewelry.
Silverware ana uiamonas.
A line assortment ol Flated Tea Sets and Cutlery
and Opera Qlaaaes. .. . 224
DENTAL CARDS.
WM . M . HUNTER
- DENTIST. :'m
.J r
. no5
' " 396 Vlne-atreet.
0. BUmSltL. ' .III . B. . SMITH
- B ON S.A U m.Jiviiin,
, . . I3ENTISTS,
No. 118 Wtil Six t h.atreot,
OINOTMKATT. ' ' Wttl-cm
" J. TAPT, ,',
'' 1 " (Sueeeer to K now 1 ton ft Taft.)
DENTIST:
No. aSWeMTonrta Ht beU Wnlnnt oV Vina
CINCINNATI, OHIO., . .
i 1. 1 aaauw.
a. a. niti.
l)rs. 1IAMLEN k SMITU, t
IDEISTI'IJSTS
Mo. a Wert VmrVx St.
178
S.WA1DLS. ' t. BOUOHT.
L 0X3. WAEDLE 4&rOTJQHTy,
DX3NTIs9TS4
Ofloa No. 1S8 West Fonrtlt street,
CINCINNATI, OUIO
i
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INSURANCE."
BY &it A T..E"A''H THOltlTYi
1
Incorporated 181 9. Charter Perpetual
sWAgenry eatabllaaed in Oinoinnati in lS'lS, an
tedating all present loeal Insurance Uompanies and
Agenclea In the Insurance business in this city. i!3
years eonilant duty bere, combined with wealth, ex
perience, enterprise and liberality, especially com
mend the JETN A Insurance Oompany to the favora
ble patroname of this eoramunlbjr standing solitary
and alone, tbe sole survivor and living pioneer of
(Jlnclnnatl underwriters of iSH5
Leases paid In (.Incinnntl durtna; past Five
Yeara, ia,O.Vt T.
Cash OapitalSl.000,000.
ABSOLUTE ATID UNIMPAIBID.f WITH A
SUKPIiUS OK 1,03U,4S3 HO.
Andthe prestige of 40 years snceessandeapeaience.
iHvisTMCim or
Oyer $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARD OFrA,00O,00mi4)lHK8
Have been paid by tbo Mtun Insurance Oompany In
the past 40 years.
Plrw and Inland Navigation. Blaks accepted
at terms consistent with aulvoncy and falrpronts.
Especial attention given to Insuranoa of Dwellings
and Contents, fortornts of 1 toy ' a.
Application niade to any duly .othorized Agent
riromptly attended to. My strict atteution to a legit
mate Inanranco business, this Oompany is enabled
to offer both Indemnity for the past and security for
the future, t llcles issued without delay by
J A3, H, OA.lTJCB, Agent, Me. 40 Uaiu street. .;
A. F. I'ATOil, Asatstaut Agent. '
11. K. IiIMD IT, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.J. HOOK1, I, Aieut.Fulton. 17th Ward, tni
CONSOLIDATION
i . or.
.Fire and Marine Insurance Agencies
T- . ." '.: OF THB I 'V ' ' 1
M WMM CO.,
OV IIARTFOKIJ, CONN.
Offices: Noi. 171 Vine and 40 Maln-ttroeti,
. , OIROiNWATt. ., , .
fTiiah f!apltnl..,........M .....31,000,000 00
Assets - .$-4,0M,'a 80
nHE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
JL inform their friends and patrons that they have
this day enteied Into partnership, under the name
aud style of OAKTER & MNDSKV, as the Fire aud
Marine Insurance Agents of the A'Anx Insmaco
liompany, of Hartford, Oonn., and have therefore
eonaolidated their sepaiate Agoucies. Fortliecun
venionco of tlielr customers and othors. they con
tinue both offices, No, 171 Vine and No. 40 Maln
streot, where they will be pleased to hear from their
friends, and trust that the patronage that has hitherto
been so liberally bestowed to each will not diminish
by tbe union thus formed. . ,
CAKTEtt 4: T.INOSKV,
JAMES TT. OARTKK, 1 .nt.
UBNKV ICIilNDSKr.i ' : .. "enia.
Cincinnati,- iNovember 1, IBM. nolamr-
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. D. DAY & CO., , .
i . ,. , , Manufacturers and poolers lii ,-. ,
PRINTING PRESSES,
.. ,., DOTH HAND AND I'OWKIU '
And nil kinds ot Priming ninterinls, Nos.
17H) 175 and 177 West Serond-Htrect,
CINCINNATI! OHIO.
IilSrKCIAI. ATTENTION IS CALLED
U to nur MK1IAL .10TtItF.lI. Within tbe last
oiglitMMi nuiutha wo have iiitrniluced thorn into four
teen dilli rmit fitutcs of tho Ihiloii, with tho greatest
satisfaction l the purtii s purchasing. Thepoweris
spptlifa to llio ceiiuir ox m piaia l oonsciiiieuiij
there Is no P'lRilillily of .its spriiiKlng ftum any
amount of pressure. The nintlon Is w trntismittdd
to It as to isuho a uwen on me point ni contact wiiu
the form, insuriug A PUUFEOT IMl'llliSSION lit
a high rate of spticd.
Printers lu want of the BEST JOBIiKR should
not purcliHsn elsewhere without Riving this an ox-
mltmtlnn. Thiv are atronff. durable and ranid. and
are WAKBANTEO to give tho most entire Batia
factlou. ' no3
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
linporlaiit Improvement!
' ''WETiTiW PATENT - -
FOLDING SPRING MATRBSS
WBlOUS ONLY , 03 tiBHI W ANfJr AOTUBBD,
WUOI.KHALK AND BET AIL, BY
.v BEMETT.&CO., '
IrtH-atn 1 Hvcaniorestroet, below yifth.
HA MS, PATENT.
4
rflHE WOSTREMABLE FIRE AND
Jsl BIJKULAK PKOor BrK. Tneyuavegivei.
more satisfaction thaa any other now in nse.
We offer a reward of UNK THOUSAND DO I,.
I, A UN to any person tbat can, up to the prosem
time, show a single instance wterelu they have failed,
to preserve their contents. . . ,
. With thbiBAFK w challenge all competition, -being
the best Klre Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fir.
aud Burglar Proof now rondel and are willing t.
test with any establishment .in the Union, and th
party railing first, to forfeit, to the other, the sun.
Of $2,000. ' ' ' '' ' ' I. .. .,
Wearo prepared to fnrnlah a hotter Safe, and at l(w
costi tbaa auyu other ..uanuXacturer In the Unitet'
States.
Heoond-hatid Safe of other makers; also on band
Wereapectl'ully invite the public to call and exam
Ineonr stock before purrhnsing elsewhere.
' HALL, OAKBOLL A CO., -r ',
i angH-ayt ' ' Sos. V and 17 Kaat Columbia street. '
'..GLASGOW AND. NEWORK- J :
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
BTIAAt TO 0 LASQO ,Jj"lVBPOOL. B1LFAB1
. , DUBLIN AN LOSDONDBBHI
I : .- Ht;. rads! w iou. f1..-! . ,
ninsaoW,Thoa)Boi,Wednesday,Aar.S4,atl2ao(;i
Kdinourh,Uummlng..Wsdnoiiday, Jqnsl, " , ,
SJInairnw. Thomson..
at
Kdln6nrh,Oumrulof.. - "
July if,"
.'ii-. - a raoa eutsoow.
Kdlnbiirah, Onmmlng...Btnrdy, May?
Ulasaow, HbomaonVYoanesaay,
. July
SdluEiiishi Camming... " July 2.
Bates of Passage from- New1 York, Philadelphia o
Boston, to Olasgow, Uverpcol, BeUaat, Dublin i
Londonderry, first clans, 7 5. Steerage, found wlti
nn abundance ofproperly-cooked provisions, ;tO. i
' As experienced Hnrgeoa attached to each steamei .
Moobargefor medicines.
For Freight or Passage, app y to
,,27 UOBKUT Oil A 10, 17 Broadway.
I .1
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RAILROADS.
RAILROADS. Commencing May 22, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
TrjKOUOH WITHOUT OHANOK OI OARH.
Two Dally Trains for VinceuneH. Cairo aud St.
Louie, at 9:00 A. At., and 8:30 P. M, , tt..
Three Daily Trains for Lonlsville, at t-.OO A.M..
2:00 P. M..and 8:30 P. M.- '
One Train tor Kvanivllle ataO' P.M.; " :'
TheTraius oonuectat St. Louis for all points In
f anaasand Nebraska, Hannibal, Quinoy and Heo.
uk; at tit. Louis and Cairo for Ateuipbui, Vicksbura.
hatchez aud New Orleans. . . . , . .,
One Throimh Train on Hunday at 8:A0 P. M. -'
KxrvaNiNO Fast Line Leaves East St. Louis,
Bail days excepted, at 6:50 A. M., arriving at Ulnciu.
Ball at 10; MP. M. . . r
. Bxpjikbh TaAiM Leaves East Bt, Louis dally at 2:40
P. M., arriving at Cincinnati at 6:18 A.M. . ,
JOB THUOUOH T1CRKTS
To all points Wost and South, please apply at the
oflloes. Walnut-street Bouse, between Sixth aud
Beveutb-streots, Ho. 1 Burnet House, corner office,
north-west corner of Front and Broadway, Spencer
Uoiue Office, and at the Depot, corner Front and Mill
stmots. W. Ii. CLKMKN'r.Oeu'l.gnporiutendent.
- Oinulbuaes call fur passengers. oc29
Cincinnati and St. Louis. JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
FOUR DAILY TRAINA LEAVE THB
Blxth-itreet Depot.
TraJus run through to Indianapolis, Lima, Ban.
duakyand Clevefand without change of oars.
Through Tickets for all Kaitern, Western, Mortb.
em and North-western cities.
A. M. EXPUFHS TRAIN (Oetombn time,
which Is seven niinntea fatter thaa Cincinnati) For
Cleveland and Pittsburg, Tia Delaware, makes close
pniitetlon - at Orestllnsfbr Pittsburg Baltimore,
Philadelphia and New York; and at Cleveland for
Puuklrk, Buffalo, Bosbn und Mew York. Alao, con
nects at Dayton with Dayton and Michigan Boad for
Troy, Piqtia, Htduey, Lima, ToMo, Detroit, Fort
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Tol alo at 3:30, Detroit
it 6:110, aud Chicago at 7:0 P.M.,Qalnr.y and Oaleua
at7A.M. Also, at Dayton with art. ravine and Miami
Boad, for Greenville, Cnlun, Win theater and Mun
He. Also, connects at Biuhmond fitb Indiana Cen
tral ltuad, for Indianapolis, Lafeye iw, 4 ibicago, Terrs
tiante, Bt. Louis, and all Wester i cities. Also, at
Blchmond with Clnolnuatl aud (Jblcago Boad, for
Anderson, Kokomu and Peru. A so, connects with
Junction ltall road at Hamilton foJ Oxford,
HA. M. niAIli TttAIN-Ft r'Dayton, Spring
Held nil Banduaky Connects t Handnsky with
HTRAiillDB for DETROIT; at UBB ANAforCOLTJM
BUB; at Forest with PlUsburg. FcrtWayneend Chi
cago Boad, Kant and West; at Clyde with C. and To
ledo Boad for Cleveland and BuOalo, Toledo, Detroit
and Chicago. This train also coanects at DKLA
WA UK with the C, U. A C. Road for Cleveland and
points East; alaoconnects atlUmiitonwith Juuctlon
Kailroad for Oxford.
4:30, P. II. THAIN Tor Dayton, Rprlngfleld
and Bellefnntaine: Connects at Blchmoud for In
dianapolis, Terro Haute, Ht. Louis and Chicago.
Also, conneutswltu Juuotlou ItsiUoad at Hamilton
forOxford. .
6F.M, TRAIN-For Dayton, Troy, Plqua, Sid
ney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wayne aud Chi
ciiKo, reaching Chicago at 8 A. M.'
aWTThe 6 and S A. M. trains connect at Cleveland
with steamers for Buffalo,
For further information and Tickets, apply at the
Ticket officesnorth -east corner Front aud Broad
way; No. 169 Walunt-streot, near Gibson House; at
the new Ticket Ufflce.os the west side cf Vine-street,
between Poetoffice and Burnet Bonae; at the Walnn'
Street House, or at the 8txlh-street Depot.
an!6 - ' ' D. MaLABKN, Superintendent.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
EXPRESS TRAINS.
. .ii-iM w. ww. a. v a. at., uvuuecia via
Columbns and Cleveland, via Colnmbns. Urestllue and
Pittsburgh, via Columbru, Steubeoville and Pitta,
burarh. Detroitvia Cleveland and ahtamnr. Thl. Train
stops, betwoen Clnolnuatl and Columbus, at Love-
lanci, jjeerncio,. aionow, &.ema, tJoaarville, Booth
Charleston, London and West Jetferaon.
Becond Train No. 2 Empress, at 8: 30 A.M. .connects
via Colnmbns, Bellalr and Bouwood; Wheeling; via
Colnmbas, ttteubenvilleand Pittsbnrg: via Columbus,
Crestline and Pittsburg: via Columbns and Cleve
land; Detroit, via Cleveland and steameri White Sul.
phur Station, via Springtleld. This Train stops lie
tween Cincinnati aud Uolumbus, at Plaiuville, Mil.
ford, Miamivllle, Loveland, Deerfield, Morrow, Oor
win, Spring Valley, Xeula and London.
rnira Train Accomraouatlon, at 4:40 P. m., rot
Colnmbns and SprlneSold. -
Fourth Train-Night Bxprcas, at 11:30 P. M.; con
nects via Columbns, Bel lair and Bonwood; Wheeling;
via Columbns, Bteubenvlllo and Pittsburg; via Co
lumbus, Oroutllue and Pittsburg: via Columbns and
Cleveland. This train stops at Loveland, Morrow,
Oorwtn, Xenla and London. SLKKP1NO CAKB ON
TBIS TRAIN.
No. 1 Kxpress, thronghtoClovelandwltboutcbangt
of cars.
No. 3 Express, thronnh to Wheollng without Changs
of oars. ii-
The NIGHT IXPBItBH Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:30 P. M.,rnns doily, except SATURDAYS. Tbs
ether Tialua run daily, except BUN DAYS,
For all lurorniatlcm, and Through Tickets to Bos.
ton, New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing,
ton, Buffalo. Niagara Falls. Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Plttaburs;, Wheeling, and all tbe Eastern places,
apply at the OWcea, Walnut Btrset House, No. i Bur
net House, south-east cornor ot Broadway and Frost
streets, and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Colnmbns tin, which la eaven min
utes faster than Cincinnati time.
' J. DUBAND, Htip't.
...OmDibnsoB call forjasgengera by leaving direction
at the Ticket Omcei, , ; myl7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE NORTHWEST,
AND THE NORTHWEST, VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
(My On Chang of Van leiwten Cincinnati
and Clticngo.
" Three PassengerTralnsloaveClnoInnatl dally, from
the foot of Mill and Front streets.
I:l. M. Chicago Mall arrives at Indianapolis at
10:30 A. M.; Chicaao at 7:2 P.M. This train con
nects with all night trains on tof Chicago, for the
West and North-west.
12:00 M. Terra Haute and Layfayette Accommoda
tion arrives at Indianapolis, nt A:uu P.M., making
direct connections at ludiauapolis with Torre Uanti
Trains and Indianapolis and Lafayette trains for
Decatur, Bprlngflold, Naples, Culucy, Banuibal and
.St. Joseph; also wlllt Peru tralus for Peru, FLWayna
and Toledo. . . . - 1 i. .
6:00 P.M. Chicago Bxpress arrives at Indianapolis
at 10:30 P. M.; Chicago at 7:40 A.M. Maklug oless
connections at Chicago with all morning trains out
f Chicago. This train connects at Indianapolis
with Torre Haute tralus for all points West and
Northwest.
Sleeping cars are" attached to all tbe night tral-
nn this lino, and run tbtengta to Chicago wltboai
ohangeof oars. ,.
i This is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with faverable and reliable arrangements
with all connection roads throughout the entire
West, guarantees nnnsual care and Ike amplest ac
commodations to the patrons ol this line.
BMP Be sure you are In the right tickot office before
yon purchase your tickets, and ask lot tickots via
Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same as by any other route. Baggag
checked through.
TUKOUGU T I0KETH, good until nsed, can be ob
tained at tbe tioket otltoes, at Spencer House Corner,
uorth-eaat corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
uet Douse Corner; at the Walaat-street House, and
at Depot oBloe, foot of Mill, on Front street, where
all neoosaary Information may be bad.
. Omnlbaaees ran to and from each train, and w
call foi passengers at all hotels and all parts of th
city, bl leaving address at either offloe.
r . ,.. ,., , ;i W, H. L. NOBLE,
myI8 i , ' : i ' . Oensral Ticket Agent,
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
... TiiKBlt HAUTE, ; '' ' '
V i. lafaVbttb,""-' , '
. ., ; , oaiCAQOj'
' LOQANBPOBT,
a vvr.'-v . , . piau,
J X , FOBT WAYN8.
IWO DAILY THBOUOHTBAISS leavehlxth street
Depot, at (A.M. and 4:30 P.M.
' A. M;-1NniANAPCLI8,BT. LUUIS A CHICA
GO FAST BX I'BKBB. Through direct, making close
connections for al I other Western and North-western
E)lnti. This Train also connects at Blchmond with
Inclnnati and Chicago Bonds, for Anderson, Koko
moLogausporl, aud all points on Wabash Valley
4:30rP.' M. INDIANAPOLIS, CHICAGO A BT.
r.iium K 111 II T o Y III.1TUU TV, 'C... I k .
S close conuectlons at Indianapolis, IjafayotteaudChl.
oago, wiiu i rains inr Terre xiauie, oprmgneiu, noes
Island, Ualeeburg, Kenoaba, Lalhoaae, Jacksonville,
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Matfcmn, Naples,
Galena, 0.nlncy, Prairie dn Chten, Pana, Poorla,
Dunlelth, Baclne, Decatnr, Bloomington, Jollet, La
Salle, Bt. Paul, aud all towns and cities in the North
WarThrougn Tickets given' and Baggage oheoked
through.
For further Information and Thronib Tickets, ap.
Bly to Ticket Cfflcesorth-oastcoxner ol Front aud
roadway; No. 160 walnut street, near Foiiith; at
south-east corner of Fourth and Vise street, or al
thi. Hlith-atreet Depot.
t if. e. juinauv, 'nrav.iieniieiii.
Omnlbuwa will eall for passens ira ny ieovlng tbutr
at either ol the Tickot CI
.A
names rtm.
m W, 11. SMITH, Ageak

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