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UNDER THE VIOLETS.
Her hands are cold; herfare l white; ;
No more ber pniaes runie and go; 1 "-! i
Her ayes nr shut to life aud Hgnt,
Fold the white vesture, miiow on Know,
And lay nor where the violets grow.
But not beneath graven stone,
To plead for tears witli alien ores;
A "lender croM of wood alone
Shall say that hare a maiden lies
In peace beneath the peaceful skies.
And gray old trees of hngost limb
Shall wheel their circling shadows round
To make the scorching tuulight dim
That drinks the greenness from the gronnd,
Aud drop their dead leavea ou her niouud.
When o'or their boughs the squirrels run.
Aud through thelrlaaves the robins call,
Auil, ripening in the mi tutu u suii.
The acorns and the chestnuts fall,
Doubt not that she will heed them til.
For her the morning choir shall sing
lis matimsfr.ini the branches high,
And every minstrel-voice of spring,
That trlllK beneath the April sky
Shall greet her Willi its earlioit cry.
When, turning round their dial track,
Kastward the leuthonint shadows pass,
Her little mourners, clad in bluck,
The crickets, alidiug throngh the grass,
Shall pipe lor her au evening moss.
At lait the rootlets nf the trees
Mi. ill find the prison whore she lies,
And boar the buried duet they sella
in leaves and bloio.oiiia to the skies,
So may tho soul that warmed it, riaol
If any, born of kindlier blood,
Should oak, "What maiden lies below?"
Say only this: "A tender bud,
That tried to blossom in the snow,
Lies withered -vhere the violet blow."
[From the Kendal (English) Mercury.]
our readers that on a fino morning in tho
summer of 1S54, the quiet town of ,' Ap
pleby wns startled with unsual activity by
tut announcement that a yonng girl, resi
lient at a boarding school in tho town,
had didappeared during tho niht, in com
pany as was fluspoctcd, and, has turned
nut to be the fact, with her musio teacher.
Tho young lady's ago at the timo was, we
lielieVe, thirteen or fourteen, while that
of tho gentlcmnn (who then held the situ
ation of organist of the parish church)
miht be about twenty-four. Pursuit was
forthwith given, and the electric telegraph
put in motion, but the parties arrived at
(Irotna, where marriages could then be
celebrated, ad libitum, without regard to
nge or any other of the legal TequisitcB
.ittuohod to the English ceremony,' and
i lio Cordian knot was tied, ere a veto
lotiltl be put upon ; the rash proceed
No doubt the happy pair now . thought
the worst past a too common delusion
and that explanations and reconciliations
would follow as a matter of ' coursej and
their future felicity be secured.. J?ut,
nlas! their hopes were soon dissipated.
At the Carslilo station, on their return, the
icon hand of tho Superintendent of
I'olicc was laid upon tho aria of , the
happy bridegroom, and he was consigned
to durance vilo on a charge of abduction,,
whilo the young lady, his. wife, was
straightway hurried to Iter paternal home
on the hanks of Lake Windermere.
On a subsequent day, the wrath of the
1 idy's parents and of tho school mistress
who initiated the legal prodeedings beint;
unappeasable, the captive lover was fully
committed for trial by the Carlisle mag
istrates, and at the Westmorland assizes,
held at Appleby, in the month of Augunt
following tho mother of the young lady
appearing as . witness against him ho
was found guilty and sontenccd to nine
months imprisonment as a lirst class mis
(lemeanment. A question was discussed
by the public at tho time whether the
marriage which had been celebrated be
tween tho parties was binding upon them,
but by the legal world, including the
judge who tried the case, we believe no
tiotil)tof its validity according to the laws
of Scotland, binding in England, 1 was
entertained; and that, notwithstanding
(lie conviction for abduction, the gentle
man, on the termination of his imprison
ment, would have a legal right to claim
the possession of his youthful; wife. He
( his, however, ns it Tuny, wo commit the
question to the hands of the curious in
such mntters, whilo wo proceed with our
Tho young lady, ns we have stated
above, on being ruthlessly torn from him
she had taken for better or for worse,
was consigned to the care of her parents,
and here for a whilo we leave her. The
term of her husband's imprisonment hav
ing expired, he resumed his profession as
teacher of music, and, although at the
same time numerous where his inquiries
after, and great the search for the
wherebouts of his wife, for years no trace
ot her could be obtained. At ono time
she had been , removed to America,
another to Australia,' a third account,
conveyed to him in an anonymous letter
about twelve montriB"iigo, was that tho
hand of deatli had fallen upon her. 1
At last, however, the tide began to obb,
tho dark clouds which so long o'ershad
owed tho case are suddenly dispelled, and
light dawns. A letter unexpectedly arrives,
announcing to the gentlemen tho agreea
ble tidings that his presence in the Isle of
lerscy, where his wife was residing, would
bo agreeable to all parties; and, as wo are
not writing an imaginary romance,, but a
novel adventure in real life, and havo no
desire to fill up the interim with supposi
tions of our own invention, wo bring our
tail to an end by simply stating what will
be gratifying to all true lovors to learn,
that tho happy pair were re-united in the
bonds of "holy wedlock" on tho 12th inst,
as appears more at large in' our list of
marriages this day, and are now spending
the honeymoon among the beautiful
hikes una mountain scenery of West
moreland, where, and evermore, we wish
them overlasting felicity.
Wasn't Conscientious. A good woman
who is very fond of using largo words,
sent for us to prescribe for the hoadaeue,
tho result nf a violent fall; she assured us
that Rho "fell down" and struck her head
"with such exceeding violence on the
ateps that she wasn't conscientious for
Boinrt hours." It occurred to us that
if PiiIIh worn nrniliiet.iva nfthnt ..lli:.
a larged portion of the human family
must le in tho daily habit of knooking
' J85TA beggar importuned a lady ' for
alius; she gave him n shilling. ."God bless
your ludysinp! saia nc, "tins will pre
vent rao from executing my resolution.''
The lady nlarnic 1 and thinking he med
itated suicide, asked him what he meant.
"Alan, madam I" said he,' "bnt for this
philling I should be obliged to go to
work." . ; r
Au ri'.'I'I.tii ra r.. W h at goes most agai nst
a farmer's grain? Hie mowing machine.
Scalpel. The Wrath of a Parisian Papa.
A late letter from pari contains the
The son of a retired builder wished to
1 wed a young and pretty seamstress. . The
youth linked the permission and paternal
blesHimi of the retiadrweIdor. ino re
tired builder crow1 tffijKll in tho face,
and. when his ra"ahmitted him to
speak, said he'd be -wall, he said "NO."
Tho son waited a year, ana asked again.
The retired builder grew more apoplectio
looking than before, and said he'd bo
well, he said "NO." So, too, at the end
of a second and third year. The exem
plary patience of the son began to waver.
Indeed, it broke down, altogether. The
cholorio retirod builder was sumnionod,
and, not being able to give a good reason
for refusing his consent to the marriage,
it took place at tho houso of the bride's
father, an honest tailor. Quite a compa
ny assembled at the bridol banquet.
Nothing but the presenoe of the retired
builder was wanting to make the thing
complete. In tho midst of the dessert,
pound-oako and congratulations, ho came
did. the retired builder. The retired
builder had got tipsy for the occasion,
and came down upon the party (to employ
a now and beautiful metaphor,) liks a
thousand of brick. Ivomembor, bricks
had once boen in his line, and the thing
was quite natural. Tho indignant retired
builder fell upon his degoneratcd son
literally fell upon him and down wont
tho degenerated son, under the table.
The retired builder then rose, with the
evident design of falling on tho bride,
and tho rest of the company, each indi
vidual in turn; but, when the degenerato
son went down, tho prudent company (to
use another now ami beautiful metaphor,)
smelt a rat, and wont out Tho bride's
father, truo to tho instincts of his profess
ion, seized a lapbord and rushed after
the police. When the police arrived and
penetrated into the hall of wassail, tho
degenerate son was still undor the table,
and the retired builder was overwhelming
him with shattered crockery and paternal
imprecations. The result of all of which
was, that tho degenerate son was no less
fast married, and tho retired builder was
obliged to pay for tho broken delt
SSyThcro is a man in Exter w
memory is so short that it only reaches to
his knees. Per consequence, he has not
paid, for his last pair of boots.
BqTA great difference between us and
one of our neighbors is that we don't tell
half of what wo know, while he doesn't
know half of what he tells.
J5r"Ah, my dear girl, you have the
ring of the truo metal."
"No I haven't, sir, you said that it was
pure cold when you save it to me, but the
jeweler says it is nothing but bogus."
jgAn American author says ho does
not expect his works to last forever, "for
Nature , itself is subject tj decay." Hut
that's no sign his writings will decay;
there's no "nature" in them.
tidS'An exchange asks whether there is
no way of extinguishing the fires of Vesu
vius. Yes; tuntblo a fow Southern lire
eaters into tho crater, and they would, no
doubt, eat all the lire up in half a dozen
Js6yA newspaper thus describes the
effect of a hurricane: "it shattered the
mountains, tore up oakes by the roots,
dismantled churches, laid villages waste,
and overturned a haystack I The writer
must be a "poick."
HSFA. census taker once called npon
tho mother of a family in California and
asked her how many children she had.
The mother replied that sho really couldn' t
tell ; but there was one thing of which
she was certain, "that measles got among
tho children once, but there wasn't
enough of it to go round.
II. 1. I2JL1AS'
16 West Fourth Street,
Where can be bad every article appertaining to the
Business at a much lew price, for CASH, than
bat ever before been offered In this market.
GIVE US A CALL"
And see for yourselves. apli
Mo. tiH N. It. Cor. Fifth and Lodge streets, betwee
Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati.
A good aasortmen t of SI L VIS U and PLATKD WAKE,
HPKOTAULS, etc., kept constantly on hand.
Special attention given to Cleaning and ltepairlng
w buiimm auu BWiry. luylO
B13C.GS 4i SMITH, No. 6 West 4th St.
ARB HOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watches, Jewelry,
Silverware and Diamonds.
A Una assortment of riated Tea Bats and Ontlery
and Opera Qlasses. 224
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO DO.
on the shortest notice, and la the latest ana
moat fashionable style, all kinds of
I; ' ,
HILLS Or LADING;
BILLS OF F ARK
' ;. ,,' '' AND ,
II fin MTU At K0DMATO FIICH. ' ,
FRAKCIBCO ft CALDWELL
TO HOUSEKEEPERS. "
FOLDING' SPRING MATRESS
WB10U8 ONLY 63 LBHI M AN UFAXIT UBED,
WIlOIdCHALU AND BBTAIti, JIT
BENNETT & CO.,
Jyili-am Hyoamore street, bellow Flftti.
D. DE FOREST,
Book Hinder and Paper Raler.
Third story Times Building, will do all work In hi
line with neatness and dispatch. Jytt-ll '
r, it, car and switch locks,
Soor and Gate-Spriugi,
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted.
The public are respectfully Invited to call and ex
amine the Tarions patterns and prices. All Jobbing
promptly attended to
no2cm Ifo. 133 Fifth-street, 2d door from Kaco.
CANDY ! OANDV
EE. KT- OLARK,
(SaootMor to Mini A Go,)
Manufacturers and Wholesale DeaWn
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIN STREET. CINCINNATI
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
134 WAIN BTHKKT, UINUINWATI, U.
SO Bt. Charles street, New Orleans, La.,
AND DKtLKKB IN UUH rtlWDKH.
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
No. 17 State-street, Columbus, Ohio.
mar Agont fur the WEEKLY KU1KNT1F10 AliT
(Fronting the Steamboat LanJing.)
North-east Comer Itroadway and Front.
R. F. LEVERING, Proprietor.
WE MOREHOUSE & CO.,
NANUFACTUBIIU AND DKALKB8 IN
FURNITURE, CHAIRS, AND ALL
kimla of Mattresses and lloddine, lit tho old
sliiiid, No. '6 HyciiMoro-Htroet, oiutt sid, betwtwn
rotinn anu mn.ttiropts, botuiiiii sinrn biiuvo
Koiirtli-strent. Church Tows lintid and cushioned.
All orders promptly attended to. ocl.cm
PUIXAN Jt WIIXlAMsSON,
(At th old stand of Pnllan, Hatfield A Brown,)
No. M YVJC8T 8I0OND BT.,
jMncra PBI.LAN, formerly of Pnllan, Hatftold brown
VH.B. WlLLIANSon. ra-v" .
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET
and Holier Iron, Plow Blahs, Ballroad Spikes
Kto. Also, A emits for the sale of 1 ronton rltar Nulls
Wardrooms No. Ill Kast Second btroet, Uinclnnat 1
Ohio. . ... .
UTAH Kinds iron maancooranr. ""
IiKKNDERT BVt,. JAMES TKUBV
Ij. BYL & CO.,
CLEANERS OP SINKS AND VAULTS,
No.VJ Sixth-street, botwwm Vine and Kara, in
the Medical Uollone, Cincinnati, Ohio. Porsonswho
may favor us with their patrouage, cuu roly on punc
tuality and low pricts. sepl-uy
PHI LA DELPHI A
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. 81 FIFTH-STUKET, BOUTII BIDK,
(Near the corner of Vino,)
V. Ij. VJCKEIIS, Proprietor.
Oynters and Game served in all styles. Urals at all
Money! Money! Money!
Removed from 30 Went Wlxlh-street.
MONEY LOANEDON WATCHES, JEW
ULKY and all kinds of Mercbaudluo, at low
rates of Interest, at Mo. 171 Vine-striwt, between
Fourth and Fifth. J-W
IN ALL ITS BRANCD.ES, NO. 8 EAST
. Fourth-street, botwoeu Main audMrcanioro. Cin
urlto.hlndlna;ln every style. WnsK llooVs neat
ly and durably bound. 0. UliOt'PUtt.
1 )yaMm 1
J. J. BUTLER'S
Excelsior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory, 39 Vine St. S4
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OP
TUB BK.1N, KIIEUMATIS31, C18KASK8 OF
WOMEN, and suck Chronio complaints as maybe
honelltted by the Hygvonlo and Atmopathio Bystem
of his office.
Vapor, Snlphnr, Iodine, Amnio, Blercnrjr, Tur
kish, Bnssian and Electro-Uhemicol Baths, a Dla
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of Kloctric
and Magnetlo Apparatus.
MO. 67 WEST BKVENTII-BTUKET,
awfllcehnraA.M. to 5 P. anK-tft
A GRADUATE OP EDINBURG, SCOT
LAND, and well known In this citv for his
professional skill In the treatmuntof Private Pis
oases of either sex, has reuinved his office from Mo.
M West Jfourth-strcet to No. 321 Walnut, between
Eighth anil Ninth. The Doctor, from tlie earliest
period of his professional career, has made this most
Imnortant branch of medicine his. oxclnslve see-
ciality, devoting all his powers of mind ami time In
perfecting his treatment as far as ths immense pro
gress in these diseases makes It desirable. The Doc
tor nas ulso engagca an eminent and ftenorut prac
titioner of this city, with whom ho msv consult.
with the consent of the patient, should the gravity
of the case demand It. Persons at a distance ad
dressing tho Doctor for advice will nleaHe Inclose a
postage stamp, nauruss I'll. .1. w iijsun,
nozu hq..t vvainnc-sireoi. uiiicinnati.
It, 8. NEWTON, M. D.
Ofloe, 90 West Seventh Street,
IB-TWIRII TIM AMD 1A0 106
O. E. NEWTON", M. D.
Umot-Me. 90 West Seventh street, between Vine
and ltace. Bmidknch No. M Boventh street, be
ween Walnut and Vine. Orrioi Uouu 7Ji. to H)i
A. : IX to ax P. M.: to a p.m.
WM. M. HUNTER,
0, PONBAI.l. IT. A. laiTU
BO N S ALL & SMITH,
, DENTISTS, J
' Ma 118 Wait 8lxthttret
' (Sneeeswr to Knowlton A Taft.) '
No. SO West Fourth Hu, bet. Walnut Ac Vina
"' CINCINNATI, OHIO.
t. h. BAHLIS
Drs. ilAlrfLEN k BH1T1I,
h. a. saiTi,
Xo.3 Wert Vwurth St.
I. WAOOLl. 1. DOUQUTT.
DRS, WARBLi: & DOUGHTY,
X 731 NT ISTS,
OBo No. 138 Went Fourth itrMt,'' "
U1M01MM ATX, OHIO
The lslcct liiirovenient
JtkOlVN'S SI1UTTI.1S "- '
MANUFACTURED BY' THE OHIO
Hewing Bliw hlim Company, 40 West Fonrtli
atreot, exprosly adapted for family Use, Dress Mak
lug, (Jailer ,'ittiug and Tailoring. Warranted to
givo perfect satisfaction or the uiouey returned. Du
not tail to examine before purchasing. Kxtra in
ducements otlcrvd to Agents. '
. ,: , ,, L. II MOWN, Agent,
not-f.m i! Went Fourth-street.
LADD, WEBSTER oe CO.'S
" LOOK STITCn '
80 West Fourth-stroet,
Between Vine aud Walnut-streets, (Jluainaati.
WW Heml for a Circular. el
WILTS EE BROTHERS.
Improved Two-Threaded Lock-Stitch
FAMILY SEWBTG MACHINE
$35, $30 and $35.
No. 82 Fifth-street,
WILL BEMOVK, OUTOBIB 1, TO
No. G West Fourth-street,
Over Beggs A Smith's. .1 .'
MVAgents wanted. Address
WllTSKK IIIlOTIIKllS, AveniH,
' ocl P. it. Ilox2Ji), ;lnciunaH, tl.
$30. $o". $o. iao.
Thirty-Dollar DouWe Lock-Stitch
8KUUUED 1!V HKOKNT LETTKltS I'ATINT.
ranis machine has bebn pbo-
JL NODNUKD by all romiietent Judges, who
have seen 1 1, to be tho bent and most desirable Fam
ily Sowing Muchino evor introduced, reerardlems
of prion. It will sew all kinds of family goods,
from thevory thickest, to the very finest fabrics mode,
and uses nil kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 'MK
No oil In usierl on topof the ninchlne.
Send tor a circular, or rail and see it in operation.
Cpon early application, Htaloand Oounty High ts may
Anenergetlc person can make a fortune In a snort
time. Agenta wanted in all unsold territory.
II. C. BDRTAIAN,
8c le andeicluslvn agent for the United Slates,
aepl 4 fmt IIH West four! h-street , Oluclanatl
CTITCBINQ THE SAME ON BOTH
aides, leaving no ridge or chain, and impossible
to ravel. For speed, accuracy or ease of motiou, the
Elliptic Machine Is without a rival.
Cincinnati) Office 34 Went Fonrtli atreet,
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. D. DAY & 00.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
(BOTH HAND AND l'OWKR,) '
Anil all kinds ol Prlntin Material, Nos.
I7J, 173 nnd ITT Weat Hceond-street,
I7ISPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
to our MKDAT. JOIlllKK. Within the last
eighteen months we bave introduced them into four
teen ilin'oroiit States of Hie Union, with the gmitoet
Ratisfaclion to the pnrtieH purclmHing. The power is
applied to tlio ri'iitr of the platen; consoiiiiently
there is no pwaibility of its springing from any
amount of pressure. Tho motion is so transmitted
to it as to cause 11 dwell on tho point, of contact with
the form, insuring A l'KUFJCCT IMi'UKSBlOfl at
tthiKUruteol BpeejV ,.,
I rimers in WIIIIV in .lie uj-.cil tfi.i,.,r.iv niiuum
net niiri lifinii elsewhere without giving tills an ex
amination. They are strong, durable and rapid, and
are W AKRANTED to givo tho most cntiro satis
faction. ; "M
. i -.
'HHE MOST RELIABLE HUE AND
M. BDHGLAK PKOOlf HAKKB.-T'hev have given
more satisfaction than any other now in use.
We offer a reward of OINK THOUHANO INU
LA ItH to any person that can, up Ui the present
tiine,showa single iustunce wheroin they have failed
to preserve their contents.
With this SAFK we challenge all competition, ns
being tbe best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Firu
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
test witn any esiaousnmont in me union, anu 1110
nariv failing first, to forfeit to tha other, the aum
Weare prepared to furnish a hotter Safe, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer in tbe United
Meoond-bsnd Safes of other makers, also on hand.
, Wereepectfully Invite the pnbllc to call aud el am
ino our stock before purchailngelsowhere. ,
angl2-qyt Woe, la and 17 KostColnnibia street.
Wi B. DODDS,
formerly ol Hall.Dodds A Co.; late Urban ,Dodd A Uo.
. W. B. Dodds & Co.,
' jAjrotAotraami of ma
O 0 3XTOH.33 TJD
Fire and Burglar Proof
8. W. Corper of Vine k Second Streets.
Phia la the moat reliable (MRS ANU DniKJI.A
PBUUir HAVK that Is made in the United States, and
la warranted perfectly free from damp, dan be sold
at lower prices, and Is of better workmanship than
We bave a large assortment on band, and are
termlned to Sell at prices that cannot fall to please.
Taken la exchange. HKOOND-HAND DATES al
ways on band at extremely low prices. Tt
Boots and Shoes Just Received
J. II. DETKKH, ,
. No. 53 Weat Fourth-Htreet,
AS JUST RECEIVED A SPLENDID
assortment of the renowned Philadelphia
BOOTH and BHUK8. for men's Wear,
Uall anu see
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
"Agency establlsliedin Ulnclnnatlin IMilS, an
teilating all present local Insurance Companies ami
Agencies in the Insurance bnsiness In this olty. ilJ
years comt ant duty hero, combined with wealth, ex
perience, .11 turn rise ami liberality, especially com
mend tbe JUTtiA Insurauce Company to the favora
ble patronage of this community standing solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living plonoer ol
Cincinnati underwriters of lS'i5.
Leases paid In Clurlnnntl daring pnst Five
Yenra, 15,05 l 47.
Cash Capital$l,0 00,000-
lABSOIiDTK AMD UNIMPAIRED. WITH A
SUKPtUS OK 91,030,423 80.
And the prestige of to years success and expotionoe.
IKVK8TMEMT8 OP :
Ovfr $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OF 1-J,000,00I, I.O.H8EH
Have been paid by the ilitua Insurance Company la
the past 40 years.
Fire and Inlnnd Nnviantlon. Bisks accepted
at terms consistent with solvency and fair protlta.
Kspecial attention given to Iusnroqce of Dwellinge
and Contents, for terras of 1 to 5y s.
Application made to any duly .othorlced Agent
promptly attended to., By strict attention to a legit
imate insurance basiness, this Company is enabled
to offer both indemnity forthe post and security for
the future. P llclealssiiedwlthoutdelay by
JAB. 11. OA VTKU, Agent, No. 40 Alain street.
A. F. PATOn, Assistant Agont.'
II. K. 1.1 ND KT, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.J.HOOKlli I, Agent. Fulton. 17th Ward, ant
' Fire aud MaJne Insurance Agencies
OF IIAKTFORM, CONN.
Offices: Noa. 171 Vine and 40 Main-stroete,
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
inform their friends aud patrons that they have
this day enteied into partnership, under tho name
and stylo of OAHTKU a LIN DSKY, as the Kire and
Marine Insurani-e Agents of the iKIna lnsiiruco
Uouipany, of Hartford, Conn., and have therefore
consolidated their separate Agencies. P'or the con
venience of their customers and others, they con
tinue both offices, No. 171 Viue and No. 40 Main
atreet, where they will be pleased to hear from their
friends, and trust that the patronage that bos hitherto
been so liberally bestowed to each will not diminish
by the uuiou thus formed. .
JAMKS H. CAHTKR, 1 Aa-enta-UKNUV
K. MNIISKY. I Agema.
Ciuciuuati, November 1, 18.19. nolani
TOTEBN INSURANCE COMPANY
OFFICE IN THE SECOND STORY OF
No. 2 Front-street, betwienMainandHycitniore.
This Company is tukiiiK Kire, lulaud and Marine
Klsks at current niteri of premium.
Losses fairly adjusted mid promptly paid.
T F Kckert, V Ball. S W I'onieroy,
William Ulenn, W C Whitcher, V 0 Mnuu.
Itohert MilclM-ll, W n Ooiubtock, I. U Vi Htoue,
Unlit lliiclmuan, 4!(iMhaw, lleo Stall,
V'ni Seiluw, Heth ICvaus, JIITsatle,
David tiiltson, II Drachman, J (1 luliani, ,
II Clearwater, ThoHttKIIK.lt.
T. V. KCKEKT, President.
Htp.I'HF.n Mohhk, Secretary. no.s
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
William Wood, . Isaac C. Oopelen,
Janu-H r . t;iiiiinti?iiain, rouey w. t;iarK,
Amliew Ki-kenhiechei, Jueepli Keakirt,
Ueo. W. Iliblion, Will, llullll',
lieorge H. Dixon.
ISAAC II. COPKLUN, President.
(Iko. W. Coi'F.i.KN, Secretary.
A. M. 11088, Surveyor,
la nrenared to issue Policies on File aud Marine
Kinks, on livoralih-tonus. Olliio No. 3 Wist Tlni'd
street, Trilst Co. lluililiiiK. noablin
National Insurance Co.,
' Ciurlnnnti, Oliio. '
(OniceSntilh-wpstOor. Main and Front-streets.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
TAKIN AT tHJIlllENT ItATKf.
John Iturcovno. K HI Miiiilh. Robert Monro.
Win Ilepworth, Chits L Moore, M KnchhoiiiiHr,
KXWiudunier. Thos Dug. HWHlnitli.
J L Hoss Thos It ltiggs, Henry Kllis.
II. c. UllNlill, Sec'y. JNO. lililiuuYNK.rros.fl
noSbfin V. A.Hi'uiumah, rlurveyio-.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ISSTAKLISIinn IN 1SS0.
CAPITAL. . $150,000.
OFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
8UIIKS against Loss and Damage by Fire; also:
Perils of tho Sea nnd Inland Navigation.
Jnn.WHarlwell, Allen Collier, William lienor.
John W Kills, .lames Lupton, Clios.W Ilowland,
John W Duilley, .liuiies A Frazer, J W Cantleld,
DTWoodrow, RM W Taylor, A 8 Wlnslow,
O B Williams, H BIcUirney, Bowman C Uaker.
jujin rv. uaaiiTALL, rrcBiuenr,
fl, W.Wim.iams, Secretary. 1108 '
GtASOOW AND NEW VOHK 1 '
STEAM TO GLASGOW ,MVKltPOOL,l!KLFABT,
TftOM REW TOBK
linburhiCoinruing..Wednesday,Jiinol, " .
CI liuisow, Thomson " July A, "
Edlnlinrahi Cnmnilng...Batnrday, Mayf
Cilnssiaw, Tbomson...Wediiesday, July , ,
illubnrh, Cumming... " July 2.
Bates of Passage from New York, Phlladelphlaor
UOBUIll, IU U1MNUW, lllri)UUIt IIOIIBJI., Lflllllin Ol
Ijondoudorry, first class, fflS, Steerage, found with
an abundance of properly-cooked provisions, $,'10.
au nxprienceu nurgeou abuicueu to eacu steamer.
For r rulgut or fnssage, apply to
ap27 HOillCItT (lit AM. 17 Droadway.
AT REDUCED PRICES.
WB HAVE ON HAND THE LARQES1
varioty and best selected assortment of Oio
Fixtures iu Oluclnnati. consisting of all thatlsuev
or desirable in the Cos Fixture lino.
We warrant every Fixture we sell to beeqnal.both
In material and Ituisb. to any that 1b sold iu this ir
any other market, and in audition will gnaranb
them to retain their color and remain perfect foe ttv
years from the time they are put up by us. ,
Call, see, aud examine our stock, -MuUKMKV
jy2l-cm , . 162 Main street, near Fourth
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KOOl l ! ROOEII1M '
THE OUTCALT EtAStlC ME
TALLIO KOOFlNS'Ms offered to the pnblh
as the best and oheupest Metal Koof now nswl, li
merits tested by an experience of years in tblscll'
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or nev
buildings. No solder nsed fastened securely with
out exposure to the action of the eletneut.
Prepared sheets, boxed for ahlpmeut to any part ol
the United States, cau be applied by any one will
ordluary mechanical skill. Orders promptly tilled
. OALDWKLL a (JO, ,
Jrls-tf IM West Second street.
WILLIAM I1ISNEY, ATTORNEY
AT LA W, Obese Buildings, No. iostTblrd.
RAILROADS. Commencing May 22, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
Two Daily Traius lor Vlncennes, Cairo and St.'
Louis, at 0:110 A. M., and 8:30 P. M. '
Three Daily Trains for Louisville, at 9:00 A. 11.,
9'im P. M.. aud 8:30 P. M. . , .' i- . ,
... V. ... l'... ,.Vt D M ' 1 - . H
line iniiu lor r.iin, iu n. n.,, . . ....
The Trains connect at Ht. Lunls for all points In '
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Qniney and Keo. :
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vicksburg, '
Natchez aud Now Orleans.
iii.nTlirmioh Train on Snndavat S:3n P. M. . . .
riRTUSNinu r-asc uine ueaTUB r.a. p.. uoilis, r-t
Sundays excepted, at 6M A. M., arriving at Cincin
nati at iu:iu r. n.
k!xear.as TaaiN-Leaves Kast St. Louis dailyat 1(40
P. il., arriving at Cincinnati at B:18 A.M. ,,
t FOR TUUOUUH TICKKTS ' ' '
To all polnls West and Houth, please apply at tbe
oftices, Walnut-street Honse, between Sixth and '
Seventh-atreete, No. I Uuruet House, corner oltlre,
north-west corner of Front and Droadway, Spencer
streets. W. 11. OLKMKNT.Oen'l. Superintendent.
OninihiiBos cull for passeiigers. ocW
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
FOUR DAILY TRAINS LEAVE TUB
Traius run through to Indianapolis, Lima, San
dnsky and Cleveland without obangs ol cars.
, Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North,
en and North-western cities.
a A. M. KXPHKWM TRAIN Oolouilms time,
which Is seven minutes faster than Oinciunati) For
Cleveland aud Pittsburg, via Delaware, makes close
jonneot on at Crestline. Ibr Pltuburg, Dultiuiore,
Philadelphia and New lurk; ami st Cleveland for
Dunkirk, Buttalo, Bost n nnd Nee fork. Also.cou
ncu at Dayton with D.iytoiiaod Michigan Koad for
Troy. Phi ya, Sidney, Lima, Tol.do,, Detroit, Fort
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Tel alo at 3:30, Detroit
.16:00, and Chicago at 7:21) P.Sl.,iilncy and Galena
at 7 A, 11. Also, at .Day ton with Un lovlflo and Miami
Road, for Greenville, Union, Win master and Ainu
ole. Also, connects at lUchmond, i Itti Indiana Cen
tral Koad, lor Indianapolis, Lafoye ste, I 'hicogo, Torre
Haute, St. Louis, aud all Wester t olt.js. Also, at
Klchmoiul with Ciuciiiuati nnd !hicao Road, for
Anderson. Kokonio and Peru. A an, connects with
Junction Railroad nt Hamilton fo r 0.iford.
W A. M. ill A 1 1, TUAIN-Fci Dayton, Spring
field aud SuudiiHky Cminects it Sandusky with
ST KA 81 Kit for UKTU01T: at UKB ANA lorCOLUM
lirSl at Forest with Pittsburg, FortWaynoand Chi
cago Road, Kast and West; at Clyde Willi V. and To
ledo Road for Cleveland and llllllul o, Toledo, Detroit
and Chicago. This train also cosnects at DKLA
WARE with the 0.,C. A t). Koad for Cleveland and
Iuluta Kast; aluoconuectsatlJaiiiiiton with Junction
tal I road for Oxford,
4:110 P. III. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield
ami Uellefenluine: Connects at Hichuioud for In
dianapolis, Terre Haute, St. Louis uud Chicago.
Also, counects with Junction Railroad at Hamilton
forOxford. ' r
P. Ill, TRAIN-For Daytou, Troy, Plane, Hid
ney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wayne aud Chi
cago, reaching Chicago at 8 A. M.
4T The 6 and a A. II. trains connect at Cleveland
with steamers for Buffalo. ,
For further information aud Tickets, apply at the
Tickot offices north-east corner Front and llroad
way; No. hi Walnnt-streot, near Gibson House; at
the new Tloket Office, on the west, side cf V iue-street,
between Foatomoe and bumet lluinei; at the Walus'
Street House, or at the Nlxth-ntreet Depot.
anlA D. MoLARRN, Supoiintendent.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Train-No. I Si press, at 6 A. M., connects via
(Jolumbinand Cleveland, via (!oIumbus,Crestlineanit
Pittsburgh, via Colunibnj, Steubenville and Pitts
burgh, DetroitvlaClevelundaudstnamer. Tills Trolo ,
stops, between Cincinnati and Columbus, at Love
land, Dsertinld, Morrow. Xeuia, Cedurville, Soota
Uliarleston, London aud West JeOfersoti.
Second Train- N o. 2 Kxpress, at rt:3u A.M., connect!
via Colninbus, Bellair aud Denwood; Wheeling; via
Uolnmbns, Stenbenvllloand Pittsburg: via Columbus,
Urestlino and l'itlabiirg: Via Columbus and Cleve
land; Detroit, via Cleveland and steamer: White Sul.
f hur Station, via Springfield. ThisTralu stops be
ween Cincinnati and Columbus, at Plaiiiville, Mil.
ford, JUianiiville, Loveland, Deerileld, morrow. Cor
win, Spring Valley, Xonlaand London.
Third Traiu Aocnmniodatiou, at 4:10 P. M., for
Coin in bus and Sprtugtleld.
Fourth Train-Night Kxpress. nt 11:30 P. M. con
nects vinColumbiis, Bellair anil Ben wood; Wheeling;
via Columbus, Steubenville aud Pittsburg; via Cu
Inmbns, Orostllne and Pittsburg: via Columbni aud
Cleveland. This train stops at Loveland, Morrow,
Corwln.Xenla aud London. SLKKPINU CABS OM
1 No. 1 kixprew, thronsh todlevelond wlthoutchange
No.2Expresa, through to Wheellugwithont change
The NIGHT KXPliKSH Train leaving Cincinnati
atll:3il P. M.,runsdaily,exceptSATUKOAl'S. Tht
other Trains rim daily, except SUNDAYS.
For all ilifoi niatioii.and Thnutgli Tickets to Bos
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Diiltiniore, Washing,
bin, Buffalo. Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Plttsbnrg, Wheeling, and all the Gasteru places,
apply at thoOrtices, Walnut Street House, No. Dur
net House, south-eaHtcornorol Droadway aud Froat
streets, add at tho Kastern Depot.
Trains run by UolUDiliistln,wblchis seven mlu
n toe faster than Cincinnati tiaio.
J. D II RAND, Snp't.
Omnlbnses call for psssengers by leaving direction
at the Ticket OfflcM. niyl7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST,
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO.
Three PassengorTratnalesveCinoltinatldallr, frosn
thefootof Mill and Frontstreeto. ,
b:bO A. M. Chicago Mail arrives at Indianapolis at
10:311 A.M.; Chicago at 7:2ft P.M. This train con
nects with all night trains ou tef Chicago, for tha
West and North-west.
12:1)0 M. Terre Haute and Lnylayette Accommoda
tion arrives at Indianapolis, nt 5:00 I. M., making
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terre Haute
Trains and Indianapolis ami Lutayette trains for
Decatur, Sprlngtiold, Naples, tjiiincv, Hannibal and
St. Joseph; alsowithPeru trains for Peru, Ft. Wayne
6:00 P.M. Chicago Express arrives at Indianapolis
at 10:3d P. M.; Chicago at 7:10 A. M. Making close
connections at Chicago with all morning trains out
of Chicago. This train connects at Indianapolis
with Terre Haute trains for all points Weat and
Sleeping cars are attached to all the night trails
on this fine, and run ttuough to Chicago wlthoai
This is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with favorable and reliable arrangement
with all connecting roads throughout the entire
West, guarantees unusual care and ike amplest ao
couimodationti to the patrons ol this line.
M" be sure you are in the right tloket office before
you purchase your tickets, and ask for tickets via
bawrenceburgand lndianapoU. ,,
Fare the same as br anv other rente. Busim
i THKOOGH TICSKTB, good until nsed, can be ob
tained at tlie ticket olliiwH, at Spencer Honse Corner,
. north-east corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
i net House Corner; at the Wiilnnl-street Honse, and
at Denot office, foot Of Mill. on Front street, wher
all necessary information may be had.
O nnlbue.es ran to and from each train, and w
call for passengers at all hotels and all parte of the
olty, bj leaving address it either ornoe. L
W. H. L. NOBLI.5.
mylO General Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
f peat Throufrh Route for
lNDIANAPOLlH, . , , ,
' . FICHU. 1
' " If OUT WA TNT I
TWO DAILTTHROrjflHTKAtNS leaveHlxth street
Depot, ate A. M. and I: XI P, M. .
A. M.-INDlANAPObIS,ST. LOUIS & OHIOA
QO FAST KXPRKSS.-l'hroughdlrect.maklngclose
connections for allother Westeraand North-western
Kluts. . This Train also connects at Richmond with
uciunatland Uhicogo lloads, for Anderson, Xoko.
Uafl ' ' fiut oa Wabash Vallsf
4:WOp.'M.-!NDIAAr0LlslJHI0A0O A ST.
LOUIS NIG IIT KX PHKSS.-Th above Tralua koake
close oonnectlniis at 1 iiillana noils. Lafavntte anil Olil.
cage, with Trains for Terre 11 ante, SpriugltlVUck
tgo, Willi Trams lor Terra uauie, BprtugneieyuocK
iland, Qalesbnrg, Eenosha, Latlresse, Jacksonville,
anville, Burlington, Mllwuilkoe, Matt.in, Naples,
alena, Itniucy, Prairie (In Clifen, Pana, Peoria,
I Ounleltli, Koclu, Decatur, Bloorr.lngton, Joltstf La
aaiiH.ut. rani, anu ail towns ana cities in ine north
aW-Through Ticket given and Baggage checked
through. -,'.. , . .( . ,
For further Information and Throngh IMokete, ap
ply U Ticket Ofllces, north-oast cornered Front aud
Droadway; No. 16 Walnut street, near Foarth; at
south-east corner of Fourth and Vine street, m al
the SUtth-f treat Depot. - .r f
- D. n. M0BHOW, lnpo,:nUindnt.
" Uaialbnase will rail for paaseug r, uj wuvlng their
pause at either of (be Ticket Oil '
IM W. a. hu ITU, Agent.