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THURSDAY.
..NOVKD1BKR 10
THE SUMMER ANGELS.
'Tis lUrk Novouiber weather,
W inda aro wailing through I lie sky;
If you listen run will hoar thorn
Singiug wild aud singing high.
How they toss tho willow brandies
Loaning o'er the wiudow ban,
Thou their moan goes toffer, lainter,
, Up ainuug thu silent stun.
"Tin the dark November weather,
All the summer trees aro bare;
See! thu latent leavos are falling
Toru and ghostly through I he air.
You way search tho forest over,
Yos way trace the brooklet's flow
Not au aster's ore will open,
Notagoldou rod will grow.
'Ti the dark November weather,
Cold the tide creeps down the bay;
Seagnlls, in thoir snowy circles,
Beating up the windy bay
Bulling, sailing from the nurthland,
Bringing winter on their wings,
Thov will linger, ilaahlug wawanl,
1'ill tho tiuio the roblu slugs.
'Tis the dark Novombor woatlier,
Wind and wood and wan are tad,
Tis (he dark November wcathor.
Yet (iiir hearts am blithe aad glad,
And Hitliin them it is summer,
ICipea t Hiimmor evermore,
For tioi."' sweetest angels borer',
Ifadioui -WU about the door.
tote, aj tetHhir as tlio moonlight,
as ro W " 'ho dawn
"fu can cou. ' to those no winter
''lu Hitch k 'lory shluetli on I
Wi.. ''k Nun. uiber -weather
U, I ho (!. idow ' m' shore;
May o orsw . n. b 'esw .d angels
In our
noans - H--norel
The Mother's Last Lesson.
"Will you ploftso loam x
my verso,
J 1 , 1
... .mil Minn kiM4 1110.
..-I H,n l-iaa inn. unl BW mo
111(1111 111'., w.iv. vi.w I
i :..i..,i" ...M llttln l!iuli'
UUU vi.V" , y
at)
IIUUU UllLUIil Dull .uwu .. ,
Ito opened tho door und pcopod 8"ou8lv
into tlio cUaiubor of his sfok a er 1
..... ulnnnv liufc Iltl ODA bCU .ft011
U1U ,WJ ."..J'Jl V
say my prayer.
ill'; indood, her
' . . . OL -
Mm. Li was
very
attoudanto boliovod her to be Aym& Whc
mt propped up with pillows , an bTr.uS
gling for breath-hor lips were, w
eye was growing dull and glas ed ana the
purple blood was settling at fc ho-ends ot
her cold, attenuated fingers, i o was a
widow, and littlo Rodger was hei 'only, her
darling child. Evory night ho ad been
iu thty habit of coming into ht w room
and sitting upon hor lap, or knci hng by
her 8ido,, while she repeated to hi m pas
sages from Clod's Holy Word, or rel atod to
him stories of tho wise and good me n spo
ken of in its pages. She had been k deli
oato health; for many yours, but neve too
ill hv learn littlo Kodgcr his verses and
hoar his prayer.
"Hushf hush!" said a lady who ii vas
patching beside hor eouch; "your d w
lu'iU-nma is too ill to hoar your prayers b
:..i.. ' 1 will nut vot i bed," and as shi '
livid thii? Bho cam0 frwai an1 laicl kCI '
Hand jwnw'T.fPo; ms "m alIWU&u ,BUU
wbald lcu'. o : room Kodgw
begcytosobif ha little hout would
Ijl'cuIc
"1 cau nofgo to bed without Baying my
prayers; indooil I n.not' .,
1 fhocarof tho t.m ! moUier caught
the sound. Although .B.h& boon.
sensible to nearly evoryJg transpiriL g
around hor the sound . er darlings
sobs aroused her from he." .""'por, and
turuingtoa friond, Bho deb hr l"
bring him to her eouch and k , "11
her bosom, llor request was rantpu,
and tho child's rosy cheek ana gMcn
head ncstlod besido tho palo, cold t co '
his dying mothor. Alas, poor foUo ' How
littlo did ho roalizo then the irrcpartfblo
loss which ho was soon to sustainf
"Uodgor, my Bon, my darling child,
said tho mother, "ropeat this verso after
me, and novor forgot it "When my
lath or and mother forsake me, tho Lord
shall titko mo up." Tho child repeated
it distinctly, and said his little prOy'
llo then kissed tho cold, almost rigid .hps
boforo him, and went quietly to his liti'w
couch.
When ho nroso in tho morning, ho ,
sought as usual his mother's room, but ho
found hor cold and still! That was her
last lesson! llo has novor forgotten it!
ho probubly never will! lie has grown
to bo a man a good man and now
occupies a post of much honor and
distinction in Massachusetts. I never
could look upon him without thinking
about tho faith so boautilully exhibited
. Iiv his dvini: mothor. It was not iuis-
placod. Tho Lord has taken her darling
up.
.My littlo reader, if you have God for
your friond, you need never fear, father
and mother may forsake you the world
may seem to you liko a dreary wasto, full
of pitfalls and thorns but he can bring
you safely through tho trials, andgivoyou
at least a goldon harp and snowy robe,
liko tlioso the purified wear in heaven,
l lo cau even surround your death bod by
angel visitants, llo is all-powerful an
cver-presont holp in tune of trouble.
Will you not, then, seek His friendship
iii i keep His commandments?
Caught in his Own Trap.
OncOj two wcro
conversing ou oatcmporanoous preaching.
"Well," said tho old divine, waxing
warm, "you aro ruining yourself by writ
ing your sermons and reading them off.
Your congregation cannot become inter
ested in your preaching; and if you were
called to preach unexpectedly, unless
you could got hold of an old sermon, you
would be eomplotoly tohfused."
.The young divino used all his elo
quence, but in vain, to convinoo tho old
gentleman that tho written sermons ex
pressed his thoughts and feelings, and, if
called upon, ho would preach cxtompra
uoously. ...'" , ,
'"As we are of the same faith," said
tho young minister, "supposo you try mo
tho next Babbath morning. On ascending
the pulpit you can hand mo a text from
any part of tho Biblo and I will convince
vou that I can preach without having
looked at the text boforo 1 stood up. Like
wise. 1 must be allowed tho samo pnvi-
lego with you, and see who will mako tlio
UUHliOl III.
The idea seemed to delight tho old gen
tleman, and it was immediately agrocd
ution.
The following Habbatb, on mounting
tho pulpit, his Bcnior brothor handed him
u slip of paper on which was. written :
"And the ass ononcd hi3 nvouth nnd
miuko:" from whieh ho nreaohod a elnri
oiis sermon, chaining the attention of his
delighted hearers, and charming his old
friond with his eloquonco. . - 1
In the afternoon, tho voune brother,
who was sitting bolowthe pulpit, handed
bis slin. After rising and opening tho
Jiiblo, tho old man looked sadly around
'"''Am I not 'thino ess?" . Pausinj: a few
minutes, ho ran his lingers through his
hair, straightened his collar, blew his
nose ' like tho last trumpet and read
aloud "Am I not thino ass?" Anothor
tiihika. in whinh a (Inadlv silenco reiimcd.
After reading a third time "Am 1 not
,' thine ass?" ho looked over tho pulpit at
his friond, and in a doleful voico said1!
think 1 am, brother.
' Paradox. When is a man meat do'jvi
in the world? When he is hard up.
Piscatorial. Who ceitch tho fossil
finh? The Ceological iissi ires.
Hons ok Maul-ta. llonau anj. Mor
rlssey.
War to tub Knife. A tough igooso.
Modern Chivalry. Discussion is tho
bettor part of valor.
Motto for thk Dancinu Sjjasom. "Hop
Wanted. A rako, by tho author of
1 ve an hoe.
Sacsaob Maker's Sign. Love mo, lovo
my dog. "
Men op Mark, Mombors of tergot
companies. ,
JBgrAn oxchango says It boing re
marked to a husband who had iscently
Lurried hia wife "You havo met with a,
great loss, since I last saw you?"
"Yes, said he, that job gave mo. a b'davj
jerk. What do you suppose it qost mo to
bury hor?
"Don't know," was tho repl j.
"Much as ton dollars! to a doHnrn. nil-
nd in olden times you co aid burv anv
t,,,i.. c, : i n: .i J J
The above is strictly trtjo, as we had it
iromme muiviuuai wno questioned the
husband as to his loss. The husband is
stil I living, and not a thousand miles from,
this place.
AV'RS. P0Y8Ett's 1R0 VERBIAL PHILOSOPHY
F0i'k s must put ujj. wi' thoir own kin as
.1 . 1!' flinti. ...... . . .it .1
uiov v " iu uwu, iiuHUH :u h uioir own
flesh a. id blood. I'm not denyin' the wo
men an ' toonsn; u w Almighty made em
to inntoL ' tho mon., Some follm' tnna,,n
aro liko tl ' docks as run on strikin,' not to
tell you t ho time of day, but bocauso
thore's sun mat wi'ong i' thoir own inside.
ll?-TWo centuries a 20. not ono in n
hundrod woi 0 stoc king; j. Fifty years ago
not ivboy in a thonsap.d was allowed to
run lato at niht Fifty years ago not
a girl in a thousand r iado a waiting maid
of her mothcT. Wo' adcrful improvomout
in this wonde rlul ag ie.
gyOno of our f exchanges in noticiug
tho prosontation o'i ti silver cup to a co
temporary, says 5 llo needs no cup. lie
can drink from, any vessel that contains
liquor whethe ar the neck of 11 bottlo, the
mouth of a del nijuhu, tho spilo of a keg,
or the bung of a barrel.
Six Cents a Week!
Pays for the Penny Press,
JVov J41 West Foui-tli-st i t'l l.
JEWELRY.
U. P. CLIAS'
Nw Wholesala
WATCH JEWELRY HOUSE
16 West Fourtli Street,
Whore can be had eer.' article appertaining to thr,
Bualnesi at much le lrlce, for UAUU, thao
baa evor before been offered iu this niarket.
QIVE US A CALLn
And nee for yonnwlTM. apM
WM. W H I T AK E R
JKW.EK,
Ml.fe.,f. K. Oor. filth nud Lodgo dtreeta, 'i)otwee
" Wal.uit and Vine, Ciiuiinuati.
AgooilaK'nrt'no ntof SlLVKBand PLATE'J WARl,
SPK(ll'0L8 eto.. kept cou.tHUtlyon.bju.d. '
BeoctoiatU'OtJov1,' KUleDiu ami Jtepairine,
Watches and w "1: niylo
BEG OS t IsfcVTH, No. West tU St.
ARE NOW RltVIVINGI ADDITIONS TO
their laree amort. ""O"' ' Watohei, Jewelrf,
BUtemareandDlamoudi mr
A line amortmont of P1U,I Tea Sou and Cutlery
and Opera Qlaaaea. 224
MERCHANTS, AlTEKTION.
5TB AUE NOW PREPARED TO DO,
I? on tlinKliortt'Ht iiiilicn, and la tho latent anil
moatfaahioiiauleetyut, ll kiuds of
Job Printing
SUCH AS
1IILU) OV LADING;
DRAY TIOKKTSi
AUCTION BILLS;
OIIKIJKS;
HILLS OF lrA UK
LETTKU HKAI
MOUTUAOKS;
OJKUDLAUSi
(XJUPOMS;
F0L(!IKS;
I'OSTKUa;
HON 1)3;
rKOOIlAMUKb;
CARDS;
RAILEOAD
-ANU-
STEAMBOAT WORK,
IH PIS! 8TTLR AT VODIRATI raiCSS.
FRANCISCO & CALDWELL.
ULASUOW AND NEW YORK
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
BTIAM TO OLABOO ., ,1,1 VKBl'OOL, USLrAST.
KlIBLia ANN LONDON DICilJiV
VlOH HtW TOM.
ninHtow,Tuoiiuwn,Wadiiewlay, Anft.3t, at 12 noou
Klinl(irli,tJuuiDJiug..WiKJumau)r,Jiiiiel,
iimnt'
Utiwcnw, Thomson " July,"
Kdlabrh,iJummliig.
uilii, "
raoH euHor.
Kdlnbsrh,(lnmnilni5...Haturily, May;
UlHnaew,Tbomsun...Wodueadarl July .
Edinburgh, Uuniinlug... " July 2.
Batosof PuMuxe from New York, Philadelphia or
Boeton, to Ulaenow, Liverpool, UoUast, Oiililin or
Losdonderry, first clam, 873. Stwru, found Kith
KD abundance of properly-cooked provinioiia,$:U.
An experienced SurKoon attawbed to eavhatoainer.
No cbarire for meiliciues.
For Freight or Pannage, apply to
t,p K0I11CBT 0HA10. 17 Broadway.
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
linportant Iinprovcmciii!
WELLS' PATENT
FOLDING SPRING MATRBSS
WIlQHB ONLY 65 LBSI M ANUFAOTUBIi),
WUOLKSALB AND lirrAlL, BY
BENNETT & ( 0.,
JlU-aro Hoamor street, below Fifth
D. DE FOREST,
Book Binder and Psper Kuler,
Third story Times Bnlldlns, will do all work In hi
line with neatness and diipatcb. jyXt-l
BUSINESS CARDS "
Dooit Locks,
R. R. CJIR AND SWITCH LOCKS,
Door and Gate-Springsj . ,
HOUSE BEllL MATERIALS,
SlLVElUPLiVTEU DUOR-PLATliiS,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted. ,
The public are rapcclfully luvlteJ to call and ox.
amlus the varloi'ji pattorns aud prices.' All Jobbing
promptly attonileu to
' OE011GK MoGUEGOB,
4 no2cm Ho. 133 Fifth-street, 2d door from Race.
OANDYI OANDY
(finooNior to Him Oo,)
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers
-IH-
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIN STREET,
CINCINNATI
mylJ
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
134 MAIN 8THBKT, (JINOINNATI, 0.
KITREDGE & FOLSOM,
59 St. tlharles street. New Orleans, La.,
Impartem orGuasde Nportlns; Apparatus)
AND DRALRBS III GUN FOWDRt.
RICH VUl) KENNEDY,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
Ne. 17 Htiue-street, t'olumbas, Ohio. '
KsT Agent for tho WEEKLY SU1ENTIFI0 ART
ISAN. . ocll-am
RAILROAD HOTEL,
(Fronting tho Steamboat Landing.)
Norlli-eaul Corner Broadway and Front.
flWCINNATr, ouio.
R. F. LEVERING, Proprietor. :
(i)c7-oin
WM. MOREHOUSE & Coj
UANUl-AtTURtlM ANU UEALKJIS IN
JLIUltNITUItE, CUAIUS, AND ALL
JL kind) of Mnttresncs and hoililinR, at tho old
Htaud, No. 1 30 Sycaiuoru-streot, eaet sidu, between
Fourth and Filtli-alronts, seventh etore above
iourtii-8treot. Church Pew) lined and cuBhiunud
Allordeia piumptly atU'iidod to. . opcm '
lAt the old staud of I'pV.bb, Uatnold 4 Brown,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
No,! WKST SKOOilUBT.,
OU10ISSAT1.
jestrii r-'ifXAN, forraerly ol rnllon, Uatneld A Brown ,
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OP BAR, SHEET
and Boiler Iron, Plow Slabs, Ballroad Spikes
r'tc. Alio, Agents lor the sale of 1 ronton Star Nails
Wareroouis Ho. IV Uaat Hocuud Street, Uincinuat 1
Ub:o,
KSTAU kinds Iron made to order.'' - IH
LIIMPZBT BYIu J A MRS TEBBY
L. BYL & CO.,
CLEANERS OP SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. w Sixth-street, betwcun Viuo and Kace, in
the Uodiciil (JolleKe, Oiucinniiti, Olilo. Persons who
tuay faror us with their patruuago, can rely on puna.
tualityuiid low prices. , sopl-ay
PHILAUilLPHlA
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. Sl.'s FIFTH -STKKET, SOUTII 8IBK,
(Near the corner of Vino,)
. Li. VICKEItS, Proprietor.
OVHttird r.lul flnnifl unrvnil In nil .1 vli.fl Mniil. at all
hours. nolcm
Money! JTIoiicy! JVloucy!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
lleinoved from Do Went Hlxtk-street.
MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
KLHY and all kinds of Mnrcbsndlao, at low
ratoa of iiitonmt, at No. 173 Vino-street, iotweou
vourtn auu nun. H4
Book 33inding
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, NO. 8 EAST
Fourth -street, Lotweon Muiu audtiycauioro, Cin
cmnati. Mrtto-bindiiigln evory style. Afnalu Honks neat,
ly aud durably bound. 0. UltOH'Ktt.
fjy29-fini1
Ji J. BITLER'S
lixcvlisior fluid Inks.
Manufactory, 39 Vine St. (4
MEDICAL CARDS.
Dll. SAIH'li SILSItEE
IjISrECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OP
A TUB HKIN, ItllKUMATlHH, DIHKASK3 OF
WOMKN, and such Chronic complaints as may be
bcnelitted by the liygyenio and Atinopathic system
vfhisonico.
Vapor, Hnlphur, lodino, Arsenic, Morcnry, Tor
kisli, ltitKsian aud Kloctro-Cheniical Ilaths, a iis
potmary of Medicine, aud evory manner of JCloctrio
and Magnetio Apparatus.
NO. 07 WKST tfKVENTH-BTllKlCT.
uTe)fflce hell re V A. M. to 5 P. au!9-tf
DR. WIXSON,
4 GRADUATE 01' EDINBUKO, SCOT--i-
LAND, anil uoll known in Hi iH city for his
t i uli snii m il nkill in the treiilmentof I'rivnte T)ie
eniief4 ol either so', bus removeit hi officii from No.
M Went Fnurth-slruet to Nu. :vil Walnut, betwuoii
Kiiilith Hint Ninth. 'X'ho Iloittor, I'nnii Hie earliout
pi'riod of bin profrHHlmiul carinir, luut lmide thin niont
importiuit branch Af medicine hia uxi liinivo apo
ciiility, devoting all his puwerH of niinil uuU lime in
p'rli'Ctiui! bin treHtiiieutnsfaritM lhi InituenHe pro
gnwii in tin-no diHeaiii'H timkiv It ileslriible. Thu Iloe
torhas uIno oiu;aged au eiuiuoutitml general prac
ti tinner of this city, willi whom he uiay commit,
with the coiiHiiiitof the Diilient. Hhoulil the unnilv
ot I ho caxo ilniiiand il. Perilous at a dintanca ad-
iltiwuug llm Moctor lor advice will please incluiea
ptiU!o stamp. AdilnwH 1)11. .1. WILSON,
mi-Mi No. :'.'il Witliiut-strriit, (Unci nnati.
. 8. NEWTON, M. D.
Office, 80 West Seventh Street,
BRTWISI TIKI AID IACTBV
S96
O. E. NEWTON, M. I).
Urric&-M. 'JO West Hronth street, lictwoon Vine
ami B. Kcsintfu r No. A3 heventh street, lie
ween Waluut and Vine. OrrniB Uouus VA to 8Ji
DENTAL CARDS.
WM. M. HUNTER,
DENTIST,
uo:. it'll) Vliie-Htret.
0. IllSSAtL.
BONSALL
ii. a. smitu
SMITH.
; DENTISTS,
Ho. IIS West Hlxth
' UINOINKATI.
atrcet,
' sopt-em
J. TAPT, :
(Hnocessor to Knowlton A Taft.)
DENTIST,
No. 30 West Fourth Su, bekWolnat oVViua
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Sep34
I. L. MAIILSN.
m. HAMLEN
M. a. SUITS,
4 SMITH. ,
Wo. 3 vreet Faurth 9U
m
1. DOUQHTT.
D2S. WARSIE & DOUGHTY,
I 33 UST T X S T JS
OBo No. 1S8 West Ponrtli itrt, 1
- OIHUIHNATI.OHIO v
SEWING MACHINES.
The IIvkI Improvement
Ilium H'M SHUTTLE
or
SEWING MACHINES!
MANUFACTURED BY TUB OUIQ
Hewlnir Machine t'oinpiiny, to Wont Vonrdi.
stieut, expriasly adapted for t'uiiiily Use, LMem Mnk
Iiir, Gaiter FittliiK ami '1'alloriiiK- Warranted to
Kive perfect atisliictioii or the money returned, llo
uot tail to esaiuino before purchasing. Kxtraiu
duceniuuts ofluied to Agents.
, ; L. IIKOWN, Agent,
not-tlnt " ' I 411 West Fourth-street'.
LADD, WEBSTER oc CO.'S
" i LOCKBTITOU'
SGWINU MACHINES,
80 West Fourth-stroet,
llolwoon Vine aud Walnut-streets, Ulnolnaatl.
W Son d for a Circular. aeta
REMOVAL,.
WILTS EE BROTHERS,
YOUNG'S
Improved Two-Threaded Lock-Stitoh
FAMILYSEWINGMACinPrE
$35, 30 and 35.
No. 8 Una-street,
WILL feSMOVB, OOTOBKB 1, TO
No. 6 West Fourth-street,
, Orer Hoggs A Smith's.
WrAgeuts wauled. Address
WILTiJKU URtlTHKtlH, Agesiia,
ocl P. 0. Box 2,109, t'lncinnail.O.
$o. $30. $o. $:to.
MOORE'S
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitch
FMIILVSEWINOMUIIIS
8KCURKD BY ftfctJRNT LKTTEE3 PATKNT.
riMite Machink iias been pro-
HUUNCKIl by all comiiBtniit JuilBfis, who
onvo goeu it, tu be the bent and most Uemrable r am-
Ily8ewinn Machine ever Introduced, rntfrnrillei
f price. It will sew all k'nds of laiuTly goods,
from the very tliickeat. to the very Ii nost fabrics uiado,
and linen all kinds of thread, from No. 8 tottlu.
no on in iiaen on topol tno inncninc.
Bend tora circular, or call and see it In operation.
Open early application, Slulo aud County Uightsuiay
be socuretl.
An eneliroflo person can mnko a fnrtnne In a short
tltnii. Agunts wanted iu all iiimohl territory .
II. t. II 111 Til AN,
8c le and oxclnvivn agent for the United States,
sepltfmt US Wont fourth-street, 01 nciiinull.
'Sloat&Co.
sewing machines,
CTITCIIINO THE SAME ON BOTU
sidos, leaving no ridge or chain, aud impossible
to ravel. For speed, accuracy or ease of motion, the
Eiliptio Uachine Is without a rival. .
Clnclnnntl, Offloe 3'J West Fourth street,
" lSp28V "
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. D. DAY & 00.,
Manufuctnrers anil Dealers In
PRINTING PRESSES,
' (BOTH HAND AND POWKtt,) '
Anil nil klndu ot l'rliitln MateiinlH, Now.
173, 173 nnd 197 West Heflond-Htreet,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
I SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
i to our MK PA I, .HI H it K It. Within the last
eighteen months we havo introduced thoiu into four
teen dilli'rout States of the Union, with tlio uri'ntoxt
BHtinl'iiiHun to the parties purchasing. The power is
applied to the center of the ptatou ; coiiHoiiuetitly
there is no piHsiliility of its spriiiirlng rroin any
amount of prmixure. Tho motion is so transmitted
to it as to valine auwell on ttm jwniit oi run tact wtin
the form, insul ins A I'Eltf'KCl' IMI'UKSSIUN lit
hiuu rato ol Kpoeil.
Printers in wnnt of thu FIK8T .lOIHIKlt should
notrpnrchase elnewhero without uiving Ihis an ex
amination. They are Strom,', diiraliloaud rapid, and
are WAUltANThU to give tlio most eutiro satis
faction. noS
mum nTit-zf
I'M
rpiiE MOST ELI A III. E IIHE AND
JL UllKOLAR ritOdlf MA KE8. Ther have eiven
Uioro satisfaction Uian any otlu-r now iu use.
We offer a reward of ON K THOIJMANI) IIOI,.
I.AUH to any person that cii,up to the preneul
tliue,showasiugleinstancH wherein they have tailed
to prnHiirvo their cuuteiits.
With this KAKK wo challenitn all cmnpetition, as
beiutf the It.! Virn Prnnf. HnrliLr Primf. or Kirs
and llurglnr Proof now made; and are willing to
leu i wun any ostaniisrinient .in tno Ufon, nau me
Burlvfallinu flrat. tn forfeit In tl,A itftlinr-the .llm
of $:!,.
w earu pmpared to furnlih a better Safe, and at loss
coat, than auy . other manufacturer iu tho United
States.
Necosii-hand Safes of otber makers, also (in hand.
Wo respectfully invite the sulilio to call anduxaui.
Ineour stock before purchasing elsewhere.
ItAt.lj, UAllHULili it W.,
siiKia-Rvf Nos. liand l7KiMtUolumbiaHtroat.
Wt B. DODOS, i
f oimerlf of HaU.Dodds Co.; late Urban, Doddi AUo,
IV. B. Vodds & Co.,
' APrAOTURMI OT IB
O O 3T 3 H. 30 T 3D
Fire and Burglar Prool
SAFES!
8. W. Corner of Vine A Seeoud Street.
TM la the most reliable riRK AND IIIUtnl.A
PB(Kr 8A KK that la made In the United Status, anil
I. warranted nerfeetlv free from dame. (Inn be Mild
at lower prices, and Is of better workmanship than
oan do rouna eisewnere.
Ws nave largs assortment on hand, and are d.
tarnlned to sell at prices that cannot fall to please.. .
'." Old Hafcs ;
Takes la exchange. HKOOND-IIAKD HATCH ab
ways on hand at extremely low prices. 97J
Boots and Shoes Just Received.
J. IT. DETERS,
, No. S3 Went Fonrthtreet.
II
AS 3VST RECEIVED A SPLENDID
aasortment of tho renowned Philadelphia
BUUTSand HUOES. for men's wear.
(Jail anu
them. i
. uc2
INSURANCE.'
BY STATE AUTHORITY,
Incorporatedl819. Charier Pemelual
aw-AKerit-yeslAbllsliedlntllucinnallln l'J5,an.
tedatlug ail proseut local Insurance Companies and
Agoncies In the Insurance biialuess In this city, 3 .'I
yearscouilaiitiluty horo, combined with wealth, ex
Borleuce.ce.Hrpfiiio liberality, espsclally com.
mU'tneTNA Insurance Oompauy to tho ritvora.
tils eatrnna.H nf llti. nitlitluliill.' itiieHltlit fltilliftrv
and aloie, the so'e siirmor And liviug pioneer of
UincfnnaU Underwriter! of 1M'13.
Losses puld InCliieltinuil during post Five
Veiirs, 81511,031 !7. - i .
Cash Capital $1000,000.
lAIIHObUTK AND UNJUPAIHRI).! W1TU A
SUIII'IiUS OV $1,030,143 8 0.
Aud the prestige of to yearn silt'CWS ahd oApotieace.
1NVRSTMBHTB OP ' .
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARD Of 8l-i,tMO,00, IiOfjisiH,
Have been Paid br thevtna liminuuce Company 111
.. the pilot 40 yeurs.
Fire and Inland Nvlni Ion. Risks accoptod
at terras consistent with solvency and lair profits.
Especial attention Riven to Insiirauco of Dwellings
and Contents, fur terms of 1 to Ay h.
Application mads to any duly .uthorized ARQilt
promptly attended to. Ily strict attention to a leKit
linate Iii.iimuoe business, this Oompauy Is enabled
to offer both indemnity for the past and security for
the future. P Hot, issued without delay by
J AH. H. fiA.TKIt, Aeont, No. 40 Main street. 1
A. r. J'ATOn, Assistant Asort. ' i ,
m i. i n inn, nmininii, n Fl'"
H. K. I,INU BY. AcHlit 171 Vine street.
i.f, H0t)KB, ., Aeut. Fulton. IVth Ward.
ant
BY STATE AUTHOR IT V.
New Insurance Agency,
Ol Old Kalnbliahed
Companies!
OWEN OWENS, jr.Affciit
No. 1 l'liblU-. Laiitliiifr,
UIMCINNA'I'Ii 0. ; '
UONW.AY lNSUlUNOB CO.,
f'anli AhnoIh,
Caiili AhhoIh,
SSI 7 3,00(1.
Canh AksmIm,
iJ0)00O.
ul Conway, muss. .
LAFA YKTTK INS., CO.,
of llrouklyu, ri. Y.
11 AMI'DKN 1N9. CO.,
uf Kpringlield, Alans.
BOARD OF CINCINNATI KEFKKENCB:
lllnklo, fJniltl &0o II. A. llolden A Co..
Wildon A Mayileu, Oooilniaii & VoriiliolK,
, ftadler A tiro., N. W. Thomas A Co.,
Tiatiinor, Collmrii Jl Lupton, Jiiiues Oulhoun, Km.,
Kimble Weed.
Illnks taken on tho most favorable tormscootintelit
with solvency.
Jioimos hunorably adjitsbod, and promptly puld In
Cluciunati.
OWEN OWENS, JR., AGBNT
(Iialo Assistant Sec'y Firemen's Ins. Co.)
, ' no'.iaml
CONSOLIDATION
. OF '
Fire and Ma.ine Insurance Agencies
OP IIARTtOKI), CONN.
Offlooa: Noa. 171 Vine and 40 Maiu-strootB,
CINCINNATI.
riieli t'nnltnl...
........$l,IOO,OIM 00
......9J,o;io,4i.j so
ASWIS.
rUMUS UNDKUSIONED ltESPECTFULLY
JL inform their friends and inilmus lliat they have
this day enteieil itiio iiiirtnei-.tiii. miller tho namo
aiidHlylnorCAItTlCIt k 1.1NIISKY, the Fire and
Marino lusiiruui'o Aucntn of the yKlnit lusurace
Compmiy, of Ilarll'ord, Couu.i nnd have therefore
cojimiliduteil their sepaistu Anuiicits, Vur the cou-
vent'ince ot llioir cuntomirs mm oinerB. iney con
tinue both nincva. No. 171 Vino unit No. Ill Id hi n-
street, where they will be p leant 1 1 to hear 1 1 mi their
friends, nnd trinil Unit the patrouuRe Him hnshilherto
Imhiu so liberally bestowed to inch Will not diminish
by tho union thus rormeit.
CAltTIilt & L1NDSKV.
JAMKS II. CAUTKR, 1
UKNItYK.IilND8KY.J
Ciiiciunatl, Moveinber 1, IWJ no lulu
Ol" CINCINNATI. .:
OFFICK IN THE SECOND ' STORY OF
No. a P'ront-slreet, botweou Main BiidSynmore.
'I'h in Coinnuny in tuklnK S'iro, Inland anil JUuriuo
ltisks at eurniiit rak-s uf premium.
Losses fuirly udjiisted and promptly paid, .,,
Ill ItlCCTOKS:
TVKckurt, F Dull, f W Pomeroy,
William Oletin, W 0 Wliitcher, W O Mann.
lEohert Mitchell, W H Coiustock, Ii O K Stone,
Kobt lliii'hanuu, CCISIi.iw, (ieoStnll,
Win Kellew, Seth Kviiiu, J II Tsallo,
David Uibsou, II Ilnicliiiinii, J U lslnuu,
U Clearwater, TJiortltKllli.il.
'i'. F. KUKKRT, rrcsident. .
Btbimien Millies, Becretury. 1108
Fire and Marine Insurance.
CHizcus' Iusuraucc (lonipauy,
OF CINCINNATI, 0M0.' .
DIUECTOR8: "
Wllllsni Wood, Isaac 0. Unptdeu,
James V. Cnn ninithaiu, , Sydney S. Clark,
Andrew Krkenbrocher, Joseph Iteukirt, .
(loo. W. Bishop, Win. Fisher,
(loorjio It. Ill.xon. " i
1UA AC U. CUI'KLEN, I'rusldcut.'
UKO. W. COPRLKil, Siocrutury.
A. H. ROHS, Surveyor.
Is prepared to issue Policies Oh Fire anil Marine
Itisks, on favorable terras. Otlice INo. 3 Wtst Third
street, Trust Co. Uuildinv. iioslifm
National Insurance Co.,
(Jiiirlniinll, Ohio.
(Oflice iiotilh-weat Cor. Main uud Frout-sl roots.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
Fire Risks
TAIiliN AT Clllt KENT UATKS.
TMBKUTORH:
It) HI Smith,
Chas Ii Moure,
ThosOiie.
John Muritoyue,
Wm Hepworth,
K X Wiedemer,
J L Kent.
Hubert Monro,
M Kechlioiiuur, i
H W Minllli, i . '
lienrv Kills. v
'1'hos B liiltKS,
U. C..UKKEB, Hsc'y,
J NO. HUltOUYNK.I'reS.
iioniiiui
P. A. MrniuMAW, Biirvoyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company;
ESTABLISHED IK J82t. (
CAPITAL iiso.ooo.
OFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
SUKKS against Loss and Damsge by Fire; also:
Perils of the Sua aud Inland Navigation. I
DlltKCTOUS!
Jnn.WIIartwull, Allen Collier, William Ib'snr.
John W kIII.,. James LupUiii, Chas.W Itnwlund,
John W Dudley, James A Frnuir, J W Cnnli'dd,
l T Woodrow, It M. W Taylor, A S Wiuslow,
US Williams, H McBlrney, llnwmaii C llakor.
JOHN W. U A ItTWliLL, President,
0. W. Wii.i.UMS.Herrelary. nos
Mt-roo uliusi
eJdnnod il non!dd uo ?us SJiino4ifi.w
r)i8-!qaiDloo pan itOJ-uaiiaj uog -j
; "oo a? aawvH ai a ;;'
e.ioion pu seniaaj eqinJo,i "oj 'Huninu
qion ilniliog 'Rjojpvd jiiuu 'Heiii.ii llimsi -sjuu
mil jdjiuii pun joddu qioq ('pi0S ima) 'somiMjt-K-T-
no oNonia Ni jh ina 'sazis n
'siIIHPQOJ pnu moo
Suniofi pu Snnin.i) 9iqBLio,i .
uoorijcs ! ltoopirvu
fPHE '' OTITCALT ELASTIC ME.
JL TALLIO KOOFINO" is offered to the public
as the best and eheapest Metal Koof now used, it.
merits tested br an experience of years in this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or sleep, old or new
buildings. No solder used fan tenod securely with
out exposure to the action of the elements. , t , I.
Preeared sheets, boxod for slilemcnt to anv tart oi
the United Statue, can lie applied by any one with
ordinary uiecuauicai ssui
Orders nronieilv nn,ui
CALDWICLLACO,- , .
ISa Wost Second street. .
Jyle-tf
WILLIAM DISNEY,1 'ATTORNEY
AT LAW, Ohaso llulldiiigs, No. II KaatThird
treet. ' i , i aepj.ay
1ITNA INSURANCE CO.,
RAILROADS.
Commencing May 22, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
TIIUOUOU WITHOUT CIIANIIK OF CAIIS.
Two Dally trnius lor Vincennes, Cairo aud St.
liiinls, atlliiitlA. M.,aiid8iaoP. 41.
Three llally Trains for Louisville, at 9:00 A. 11..
3:00 1'. M., and 8:.TUP.,M.
One Train lor Kvanm ille at 8:30 I. M .
The Trains connect at St. ImuiM for all points In
Raimassud Nebraska, ilituiillnil, Oui'icy and Keo.
knk at bt. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Ticksliurg,
Katcuo.uniiBowOrleiiiB. .
One Through Train on Bnnilay at H:.0 I'. it,
llr.TUKNisii Fast Line Leaves East bt. fioulu,
Sundays oxceptoil, at ti:M)A. 11., arriving at Ciuciu.
iati.ut JO: Hi P. M. , ' - . . ,. . , .
KvpsrsB TaAtN-taivcs Kut 8t. Louia daily at 2H0
1'. 61., arrlvliie lit I linciniuill at H:H A.M.
, Flilt TllBOUUllTICKBTlS , .
Til nil points West and Houlli, please apply at llm
ollices, Walimt-street House, Iwlwmm tiixlh anil
Hevinith-streets, No. 1 Burnet House, corner oltice,
north-west corner of Front aud lii-eiiilwny, Nnencer
iloiiseO0ii'e,anil at the Ileput, corner Front uud Mill-sm-cts.
W. II. (JI.KM KNT.Usn'l. rtiiH.riulunili nt.
OnintbdsescuU tor itasseiiKers. 1 : w)
Cincinnati and St. Louis. JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
IIOUR DAILY -TBAINS LEAVB Ilia
Jt Sixth-strent Pepot.
Trxius run through to Indianapolis, Limn, Ban.
uiixkyand Clevniamt without chaiiKo ol cars.
Through Tickets for all Kusturn, Wosleiu, North.
ei and North-western nil ion.
' Ii A. m. KXCRKKW TUAINiColoniliimtime,
which isseren minutes Ih.IoI- rln.rt Jlncltiniitli-Fiir
lUevoland and I'itlsbilrfr, via JKdAHi, make, elo-o
stioiisctluii at Clestllne lor PIILburj, Ihillitiiurn,
Pliila.lelphia and New York; audi st Cleveland for
hiinklrk, Butlalo, llost-m and Nee lork. Also,con
sects at Dayton witli D.iylou uud kiil(au itosd for
Troy, Piiiua, Hidney, Limn, 'IIoIp do, lletwdt. Fort
Wayno and Ohlcnito, roachinK To do at 3;i, Detroit
Jt6:00, andChlcHfloat7:J P. 111., Oillucy mul (Jaleii
S17A.N. Alrto, ill Uay loll will. (In tnvilleaiid Miami
Koad.fur tireeuville, Union, Win ihenter and Jluu.
olo. Also, connects at ltic limoiul r itli Indiana Cen
tral Koad, for Indianapolis, Lafeys :e,Chicao,Torro
Haute, St. Louis, and all Wester I oil.es. AIho, at
Kicliniouil with Ciuciuiiiiti aud Oliicafi ltoail, for
A iidersou, Kiikonio and Peru. A en, connects with
Juiiction Hailniadat Hamilton fo ; Oxford.
5 A. M. MAIL TRAIN Ft I iliiytnu, Hprine.
Hhl and Saudiieky Uuuuonts ft Sniidusky with
HTKAJlKBI'iir DJUTlttHT: at Ultll AN A forCOMJM.
BUBiat Forest with Plttsliur, FortWaytieitndChl
caco Itosd, East and West; at Cljil s with C. and T.
ledo JliiaiUor Oliivelatlii lihil lliiffitls, Toleili), Detro't
itud ChicaKu. This trill ii also coaiied at UliLA.
WA UK Willi theC.C.AO. Road for Clevobtuil ail j
Kints Kal; also couuocts at lluiuiitou with J unci ion
lilroad for Oxford.
4:30 l. IH. TltAIN For Dnyton, SprliiRlield
and BellefontHinu: Counects nt I'.lchniond for In
diaunpoiis, Term Haute, Ht. Louis and Cliirnuo.
Also, connects willi Junction Hull toad atlLiuiillou
forOxfnrd.
6 1. IH. TRAIN For fltiyron, Troy, Pimin, Hid.
ney, Limn, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wayno and Chi
cuko, ri'iicbing Chicago at H A. M.
a'Thoiiand A. 111. trains connect at Olevclaud
With stesmurs for llullnlo.
For further iuloriuiuion and Tickets, apply at tlio
Ticket offices north-ciiet Collier Front mid ilmail
way; No. Hi'J Walnut-street, near Uilison lloune; at
tho new Ticket I illlce, on Hie wentaliln cf Vluo-street,
botween Postotnceniid Duinot IIoiiho; at the Wuliiti'
Btroet House, or at the Six th .ntrect Depot.
aulA 1). Mol.A liKN, Kuperintoiidetit.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
First Train-No. 1 Exptess, ut (i A. M., counects via
ColumbnsandCloveland, via Columbus, Crestline aud
Pittsburgh, via Columbus, Sleiibouvillo and I'itte
burxli, DolroitvlaClevelaudand steamer. This Train
stops, between Cincinnati aud Columbus, at hove
land, Deorncld, Morrow. Simla, Cedarvillo, Buulh
Charleston, Londou and West Jefferson.
Second Train- No. i Kxpress, at 8:311a. M., cmiuocK
via Columbus, Uellalr end llenwood; Wheeliin!; via
Oolttmbas.Steiiboiivilloand Pittsburg: viaColumbiiH,
Crestline and Pittsburg: via Columbus and Clove,
land; Detroit, via Cleveland aud ntoainer; White Bill.
r hnr Htnthin, via Spriinrlield, This Train stops be
ween Cincinnati and Cnliiuilms, at Plaiiivillo, Mil
ford, Mlamiville, Loveland, Deorlleld, Morrow, Cvr
win, BprluR Valley, Xeulaand Luuduu.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:40 P. M lor
Columbus and SpriimheM.
rnnrtn Train, PiisntKxnrHia.at 1 1 -.an v.. M : -nn
nectsviaColuuTlius.Bellnrrniiil llenwood; WheellHiti
via Columbus, tlteubonvillu and PittsburK; via Co
lumbus, Crestline aud Pittsburg: via Coluuibus and
Cleveland. This train stops nt Lovelnnd, Morrow,
Oorwln, Xeulaand Londou. BLHF-l'lNCl OAltS Oil
TUIbTllAIN,
No. 1 Uxpresa, thronKb toClovolaud wlthoulcbanne
olcars.
No. 2Kipre, through to Wlioeliugwltbont chaiiji
of cars.
The N Kill T EXPUKSS Train leiivlnu Ulnclunnll
at 11:30 P. M.,runs daily, except NAT U It DAYS. Tue
other Trains run daily , except S Uti DA Y 8.
For all information, mul Tiiroiiuli Tickets to Hus
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, WashinK
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Fulls. Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all tho Knstern places,
apply at the OBIces, Walnut Street Houso, No. I Bur
net lionse, south-eaHt corner ot llroadway and Front
streets, and at the Kastern Depot.
' Trains run by Oblnmbos time, which is seven uiiu
utes faster than Ciuciniiatl tiiuu.
.-. - .. J. DU HAND, Sup't.
Omnibuses call, forpasjenfijrsby leaviug direction
at the Ticket Oflices. my 17
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE
VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Onlj 0n Change of (Am between Cwiowuialt
, " twd Chicago.
Throe PassongerTraiusleaveCiuoluuatldally, front
the foot of Mill and Front streets.
r,:.',0 A. M. Chicago Mail arrives at Indianapolis at
10:30 A. M.; Chicago at 7:m P. M. This train con
nects with all night trainsoutof Chicago, lor the
West and North-west.
MM M. Terru Hnutoiind Laylayettn Accommoda
tion nrrivon lit Indianapolis, nt 5:011 P.M., mnkiiig
direct cbnuecMnns nt Indianapolis with Terro llniito
Trains and iinlinnupolis and baluyelte truius for
Decatur, Springfield, Naples, (,'niiir) . Ilaiiuibid ami
St. Joseph; alsowith Peru trains for Peru, Ft.Wiyn
and Toledo.
6:11 P.M. Chicago Kxpresa arrives nt lmllauapolii
nt 10:30 P. M.; Chicago at 7:10 A.M. Making clese
connections at t;iiicsgo with all mortitiig trains out
of Chicago, This tiiiiti coniiiHds nt Indiaiinpolis
with Terre Ilauto trains for all points West aud
Northwest.
Sleeping cars are attached to all the night lrnl v
on this lino, aud run thiougU tu Chicago without
oliaiigu of cars.
Tlilsls exclusively a Western and Morth-westeru
route, aud with I'averulde aud rnlialdo arrangement
with all oonneotii' roads tliiouglioiit the entire
Wost, guarantees unusual care mid t ho amplest ac
commodations to the patrons ot this line.
IW Be sure yon am 1 u t he rlgh t ticket ofllco before
yon purchase your tickets, anil ask for tickets via
Lswreuceburg and I Wioiiapvlls.
. Fare the same at Vy auy other route. Uuxgiuta
onecKeti nirotign.
t TUKOUOli TICKKT8, goed until used, can be oh
I tained at tlie ticket onions, nt Spencer House. Corner,'
noriii-east coruor oruaiiwny aau vrour.; eio. I tiur
Uct House Corner; nt tlm .Wnlout-stroot House, ami
at Depot oltice, foot of Mill, on Front street, whei
all necessary information may belisd. ,
Omnibus. us run to and from eaoh train, and w
call tor pueseugers at all hotela and all parts of the
city, bj leaving address at either ottico.
W. H. L.NOBLK,
niFlO General Ticket
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
TKUI'.K HAIITB, ! . ' .
8T. LOUIS, .. ,
n , UAFAYitrr.
,,.'ri .'. OUIOAQO,
....... . liOOAHSPOIlT.
KOItT VVAVNR
TWO BAttTf THKOUdH TRAINS leave Six tuitreel
Jlersit, at A A. M. and 4:30 P. M.
4.-."iV.A.N A-1'01'J,!, M'- 1,0U1 CHICA
00 FAST KXPKKSS.-Throiighdlrect.ninkiiiRclosa
.connections for allolher Western aud North-western
points. This Train also connects at Iticlinioud with
Cincinnati anil Chicago lioails, for Anderson, iioko.
mo, Logaiisport, and all points on Wabash Vall.-p
Railroad.
4:30 P. M. INDIANAPOLIS, CIIICAOO A BP.
LOUIS N 1011 T KX P It KHS.The abovo Trains mnk
close oou uei'tliilisat Indlannpolis, LafayotleainlChl.
cago, wit U Trains for Terre iljiute, Npriuiiilelil, llork
isianu, uaiesnurg, itenosna, iiacrwHe, jacKsi'iivillu,
Jlunville., Burliuglou, Milwaukee, Matt.Kin, Naples,
Ualena, Unincy, Prairie tin Chieu, Paua, Peoria.
Duuleith, Itaciue, Dmuttur, lllooniingtou, Juliet, La
Siillo,St. Paul, aud all town and cities in the North T
west. - ...
throogh. , v :vi , r . -
Fur further lnfonnatlon and Tlirim.h Tli Vnl. .
TV te Ticket Onleiw, north-east coruor ol Front ami
Broadway; Mo. I on Walnut struct, near Fourth; at
aonth-east corner Of Fourth and Vino street, or at
the Sixth-street Depot.
: D. A. MOKROW, 'liipni'Ivtendent,
' ' Omnlbnssi will rail tot pitsseng ire ny leaving their
nemos at either ol the TiuketOllmw.
. -vi bft t,-.,.t nV. BBtlTil, AgPMt.
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