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THEPEESS.
V.KD.VEHIMY.
...NOVK.rtBEB. 1
THE EVENING OF REST.
The iitroaiu la calmest whan it sears the title,
Ami ll iwere are sweetest at tbe eventide.
Ami birds moat musical at the clot of day,
Aul siiita Uiviueat when they pass away. .
Morning Is hire?, tut a holler charm
I.ii- folded close in Kveuing'a robe of balm;
And weary man must ever love her bent,
toriauruluK call to toil, but Night briugarest.
corona from Heaven, and on ber Wilis dolh
boar
A luilv fragrance, like the breath of prayer; ;
Knot-step of angela follow In hor trace,
To aunt the weary eye. of Day in peace. .
All tliliiRiare hushed before her, as aha Utrowi
i'or earth and sky horni.n tie of repose; ,
'1 litre is a calm, a beauty, and a power.
'Hi tt Jloruiug knows not, in the Hveulug hour, .
"l uttl Uieevenim" we mu.it weep and toll, '
Plow life's alerii furrewi, dig the weedy noil,
Trwul Willi sad feet our rough and thorny way,
Aud bear tbe heat and burden of the day.
Oli.' when our aun la setting; may we gHrte,
Like uHiunmur evening, down the golden tide;
And leave bc-liluil ns, as we paes away,
Sww slurry twilight round our sleeping clay I ,
[From the Home Journal.]
THE LOVE OF SCHILLER.
BY ADA BOLTON.
The curtain of tho Mannheim Theatre
had slowly fallen on the last scene of
"i.abale una i.,ieije. it had been a hrst
reprcseutiition. And now from every
part of the vast play-house rose a rapture
of applause such as those old walls had
never re-echoed beforot -There was a
moiiieniavy hush when the favorite actor,
J Maud, leading the Louise of theplay,
answered the call of the excited audience;
but as he and the young girl, having bent
in j;ratoi'iil acknowledgment, were about
to disappear, tho enthusiasm of the people
ujj;;un burst forth, and eager voices wero
henrd demanding, "The name the name
of tho author!" . . '
I illtnd spoko not, but remained motipn
less, pointing with a slight but significant,
gesture to a private box near the-'? stage,,
where a slender youth, with bright curls
swept back I'wim a brow of wondrous depth
imd power, stood alone, his arms folded on
his broabt, and his lips wearing tho smile
of one under tho spell of some enchanting.
dream. . . .
"ricniLLEit! Es lebe Friedrich Schil
ler!" . - ' , .'
The cry originated with a knot of stu
dents in (.he gray uniform of tha Duke
Karl's Acadomy at Stuttgard. They had
recognised, in the solitary occupant of the
privnto box, their old oomrade, Friederic
t'cliilier, and. with a joyous impulse they
i;!ioutcd his nnuie uloul ; Jn an instant a
i.honaund voices wore repeating "Eg lebo,
t-i lobe long, live Friederic Schiller!" V '
I n ono of the Court boxes, , overlooking
that of the yonng,poct, sat the Lady; of
Lengcfeld, with her two fair daughters,
f'arnlina and Charlotte. The mother and
cklor daughter wore magnificently arrayed
uccordins; to tho fashion of the time,; but
the girlish. Charlotte, of scarce seventeen
f uuiiiicrs, was attired with ' the; -studied.
simplicity deemed appropriate. to a maia
on who had not yet passed the threshold
of tho gay world. 1 Icr robe of pale azure,
thoiigh iteuhancod the pure beauty of her
complexion, was of unpretending texture,
:iml the dainty throat and rounded' arms
knew no other ornament than their own
ihirnes. Her dark hair was gathered in
rich knot at the back uf her beautiful
head, disclosing tho sweet clear lineB of
her perfect profile.. Her eyes, were dark
:ind Cue tbey wero shining, now,, .with,
tiie lire of youthful enthusiasm; as bending
fur war J, with n quick, impulsive move
ment, ulio swept aside the crimson hang
in whose shade secin yet unseen
: -he had sat, during the play, and looked,
Jiir tho liist time, on tho idol of the hour.
,nJ in him she unconsciously beheld her
d'-i-tinyl
AndScliillorl
Forgotten now were all those weary
yours of exile from his dear Hmibian land,
ivli-n the boy-poet's henrt poured itself
out in that burning prayer: "In thine
iirins I cuat myself, () German fatherland!
Tiilce Itim up who resigns for thee all the
,iris oflovo and home take him up into
ihy great heart! And if thou oanBt not
if I iiui powerless to accomplish the great
work before mc-r-grant me, fatherland,
the dorions boon, an early death in thy
fcrviec, and deign to write on my lowly
tomb He dreamed of the true, of the ex
cellent, and we bless him for his dreams!"
The weary past forgotten, one thought
of abiding joy entered Schiller's soul,
;:ivl mo red him to glad tears in that hour
of triumph "The fatherland has hoard
i'i y prayer! und nuripin ioh ein Diciiter!"
Three years had elapsed since the first
representation of "Cabal and Love"
three years of brilliant success and hon
orable fame when Schiller found a home
;uid sretiia! companionship in the genius I
-Marine cspital ol W eimar. , J
OneHiiiirnerpveninff as he was return-'
urit Mimmer evening, as nc was return- .
:iq iroiu a pleasure excursion with Wu
helin do Wolzogen, one of his college
friends, the latter entreated Schiller to
pass tho night with him at the castle of
his aunt, near Jludolstadt, a picturesque
:md charming old town on the river Saale,
ulong whoso banks the friends were then
riding.
"Tho Lady of LengeBeld will give you
tneordiivl welcome, ana as tojmy sweet cous
in;?, Caroline and (Charlotte 1 fancy they
have not yet forgotten Friederic Schiller!
urged the impulsive Wilhclm. '
"What are yon saying, my dear, wild
Williclm?" cried t-chiller. "Not forgot
ten mc! AVhy, I have never had the
happiness of meeting your relatives," he
added, while a slight smile 'played over
the usually grave features, -.
"It is true that you have n,ever met
them but they Lave seen, ' you. ; Do
you remember the first night of 'Cabal
;md Lovc?' They were present at that
representation, and beheld you in all the
(ry of youf first public triumph. But,
JiebcrFreund," continued Wilhelra, after
a pause, and speaking with much hesita
tion, "I will be frank with you. " I have
personal reason for wishing to pass & few
hours more within those walls. From
early boyhood my love, for Caroline de
I.cngefield has been the cherished iocret
ot my heart It hasj been nnavowed, be
eiiusc hopeless, for she has been affianced
frcm infancy to one more favored of for
tune, her father's choice: and. in dvintr.
ho bound the devoted girl to the fulfillment
ol her contract by a solemn promise She
will soon be lost to me lorover. You
1. now that my regiment is ordered abroad
in a low days. 1 will never return to the
1'iithorJand. But I must see - my treasure
once more clasp the hand 1 would die to
wiji a,?ain in mine hear again that voice
of music look again into those eyes of
liuc! v, sciuier! u, Schiller! ran have
villed me wild, even volatile! I talk much,
it is truo, generally with reckless jgaity,
strongly nt variance with my real teel
ings. Aiasi the auu, heavy pain nt my
heart is liko some hidden disceasc, which
be gufforor bears in Bilenoe from the oon
ciousnoss that thero ifl no remedy-
"Armer Freund hober Wuhelin! . ex
nlnimed Bohiller : "is there then no real
happiness in this world? I had thought
that Tour heart, at least, hod known no
i 1-1 IT- W:i.Alm tknMA Imna Itton
ClwuUn! vriJiiciiu, iuvio uuio wvu
hour when I oould have envied your gay
and careless moin, little dreaming that tt
was a mask, beneath whose smiles was
concealed this bitter sorrow!" And the
poet pressed the hand of his frfend in his
own with a glanoe of sympathy doepor
and truer than any words, and full of con
solation.
They had reached the brow of one of the
hills overhanging the beauutui river, wiian
they perceived three ladies slowly ap
proaching the spot by the gentle ascent
oi the other side. . ,
. 1 7 OOSCMJ8I0K TO-MORROW. ': '
An Unmusical Manager. Daly the
manager at a reheTsal in the Dublin Thea
ter, observing the persons who played
the two French horns occasionally leaving
off and conceiving it proceeded from inat
tention, hastened to the front of the stage,
close to the orchestra, and addressing
them with much warmth, said, "Gentle
men horn-players, why dontyou ploy on,
as the others do? What do you mean by
stopping?" "Sir," replied one of them,
"we have twenty bars rest" ".Restl
said Daly, "what do you mean by reBt ? I
can get nono in this theater, and you
shan't."
Manual Lanuuaug. The hands are the
tongues of t-mid lovors. Many a bashful
swain, who could never find oourage to
open his mouth, has, by a gentle pressure
of the hand, betrayed the secrets of his
heart to the beloved object "When the
hands of two such lovers are locked to
gether, their hearts start: into their , fin
iters' ends, and ' every,: finger , is : trana-
lotrdei into a tongue, which discourses
most eloquently of the bliss which is
burning within. v : "
'4- ' N ,r.
JOB PRINTINfl!
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HfADAMB ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUKP
JJ. at latint what the Ladies have long needeo
and looked for in vain, the Uterine Klisir.
Tbe Uterine Klisir In warranted to enre all dla
oaam of Uterine Nature; Inflammation of tbe
womb, the Kidneya, tbe Uvariea, and the urethra.
Prolapeua or Falling of tbe Womb, Talnfnl Menatrn
ation, Obloroaie, Amenorrhea: intact, a perfect cure
ia gaarranteed uy the nee of from two to tire bottlea
of the Elixir, of any dlinane whatever of the Gener
ative ana urinary urgans, ot maie nr lemaie, no
nutter of bow ions standing. Price $1 per Bottle.
Madame ELLIS calls particular attention to the
following; Oard of one of the moat prominent Drug
glataof Cincinnati.
"To the Pubi.ioandthi Ladiks in Pahtktoiab.
We. thauuderniffned. are not In the habit of fffvlnv
onr name to Patent Medicinea; but knowing well the
Leuy ruyeiomn, anu inemeoicine cauea me uterine
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend it to all females
uffering from Female DUeasea of any kind; it la
purely vegetable, anil in no ease can do Injury) v
nay to all try, and our word for It, yon will Bnd rer
1101. F. LI. UlLLi, KrUBKUt,
aep2T' ' "Oornerof Flfthand Uace-atreeta."
MADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH SIMU
LATING OOUGH AMD LIVER BALSs.il
curei, without fall, pains in the Breast, Back,
Bide or Limbs; Coughs, (Jolda, Hoarseness, Diffi
culty of Breainlng, lieadache. Flatulency, Heart
bnrn, Obronio Ubeumatiam, Blllioiia Uholic, Cramp
Chollc, Griping Pains of the Bowels, Pullnose,
Stupor, Inactivity, Lose of Appetite, and In Pain
ful Menstruation it ia a certain cure, and gives
immediate relief. In any of the above diaeasea
it will give relief In twenty minntos, and perma
nent cure by the use or two bottlea. Only W cents
per bottle so cheap that every person can get it,
N. B.-For sale by F. D. Ull.L, Drniyfiat, corner
of Race and Fifth-streets: J. D. PARK, corner of
Fourth and Walnnt; 8UIKE, ECKSTEnj at Oo.,
corner Vine and Fourth; JOHN DICKSoH, ccroer
of John and Sixth; PAUL BEIN LEI K, corner ot
Eighth and Freeman. Also, EDWARD BOA ULAN
A HOj comer of Main and Fourth; and Madame
ELLIS, 24 East Fourth. tep2T-ay
HENRY DAVID,
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer In , ,J ,
Honpa, Perflaraery, Fnnoy Oeodn, cVc,
No. r378 MAIN-STREET,
BETWEEN BIXTO AND SEVENTH.
N' H JOBBERS BT CALLING AND
examining my Stock will find that I
am aelling lower than any other house in the city.
: tnoDl . . .
IHoney! ; Jfloney! lUonc y I
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
.. , m-emovea rron Otf went rjlxth-nreet.
MONET LOANED ON WATCHES) JEW.
EIiRT and all klnda of Merenrfndiee. t lov
low
rates of Interest, rj Mo. 173 Viir-itrit(
I, Ut
ween
flvurm auu sum
ANDERSON ft HANNAEORD, Architect
Mancheater Building,
R. W. eernrr Third nod Sycamore sjtaj,i
Jyl OINOIMNATI, OHIO.
BUSINESS CARDS
; A. B. COtVIXLE,
Hetue mnnnfBietarrr!
ho. 41 Kut Beeond-itreet, between Bycamor and
uroaaway, vmoiuuan, aoayearery nwcriptiop of
Counter, PlHtfornt, Cuttle, RallrAnrf Depot,
hJ Tnil HatiilMif nn.,a,.. r
. Iron Wagons. 4;p, ... , ,
epfllr ngdonoa tho ahorteat notion. : w 'aaOVflnj
DOOII liOCKS,-
U. R. CAR AND SWITCH LOCKS
. : Door and Gate-Springs,'
HOUSE SELL MATERIALS,
SIIiVEH-PtATED lXWIR-PtATES
Bella Hung, Keys Fitted.
The public are respectftilly invited to call and e
amine the variona pntterua and price... All Jobbing
promptly attended to ..
G ROUGE SIoGBEOOU, -noSom
'' Ho, 133 riftta-ttreet, 2d door from Uace.
OANDY ! CANDY
(BuoCMeor to MtxmAOo,) '
Hanufactureit nd Wholesale UenUrs
FINK AND PJiAIN CANDIES,
lO MAIN STREET,
CINCINNATI
mylT
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
14 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI, 0,
KITREDGE & FOLSOM,
65 8t. Charles atreet, Mew Orleans, La.,
Iiniiortera of O ana etc Sportlnc Apparatoa,
AND DtaURS OCH roWOia. '
BAIL.ROAT3 HOTEL,
. (Fronting the Steamboat Landing.) ,.
NortU-castCoraer Broadway aud Front
. ' .OllIlHHATI(.uH10. , ' .''(''-:
R. F, IS7ERI1T0, Proprietor.
. toc7-cm ; ,
WE MOREHOUSE & CO.,
' UlNUrACTUBiag AHDDIAHE8 '
FURNITURE, CHAIRS, AND ALL
kinds of Hattresaea and Bedding, at the old
stand. No. 136 arcaiBore-atreet. east aide, between
Fourth and Jnltb-etreets, aeventb store above
Fourth-street. Uliurcn i'ewa lined ana anaJiioned.
All oruers promptly atienooa 10. , . oci-cm
H. CAMPBELL & CO.; 1
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET
and Boiler Irorl, Plow Blabs, Ballroad Sp ikea
Ktn. Also. Arenta for the sale of Ironton Star Naila
Warerooma So. i East Sooond Street. Cincinsat 1
WHO. ... .. : f T - ....
iara.ii Kinds iron maoe w orner. iu
lbbndekt byl. . , inn rut
. L. BYLV& OO-
CLEANERS OF, SINKS AND VAULTS,
Ko. 9 Sixth-street, between Vina and Race, in
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
may favor ue wltn their jpatrouage, cap rely on puuc
tuallty and low prices. aepl-ay ,.
PHI LADELPHIA
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. 814 FIFTH-STREET, SOUTH BIDE, 1
,' ( Nen rt lie corner of Vine,) .
V. Ia, VICKERH, Proiirietei'. ;
' Oysters aud Qami) aorved In all styles. Moffat all
honrx. ' ' nolom
MEDICAL CARDS,
OK. SAIft'jL SlXSBjGE
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
THE SKIN, EHEUMATISU, DISEASES OF
WOMKN, and nuoh Cbronio complaints as may be
beneSltod by the Uygyenlo and Atmopathlc system
ol hisofBce. , , .' . '
Vapor, Sulphur,, Iodine, Arsenic, Mercnry, Tcn
Uah, Russian and Electro-Chemical Batha, a Bis
pensary of Modicino, and every mauner of Electric
antlMaijnetlcAprarRtTis. 1- - '
NO. S7 WEST BEVENTH-STBEET'.
WAfflcebenra9A. M;tdP. ' auU-tfj
DR. WILSON,
A GRADUATE OF EDINBURO, SCOT
L AND, end well known in this city for his
profesxionrtl "kill In the treatment of Private Dis
eases of either eex, baa removed his office from No.
im West Fourth -Htreet to No. 321 Walnut, between
Eighth and Ninth. Tbe Doctor, from the earliest
period of hie professional career, has made this most
important branch of medicine his exclusive spe
ciality, devoting all his powers of mind and time in
perfecting bis treatment as far aa tbe Immense pro
gress In these diseases makes it desirable. The Doc
tor baa also engaged an eminent and general prac
titioner of lliie city, with whom be may consult,
with the consent of the natlent. should the nrav
of the case demand It, Persons at a distance ad
uresnlng the Doctor for advico will please ineloaoa
postage stamp. Address DR. J. WILSON,
nu2u No. 321 Walnut-street, Cincinnati.
E. S. NEWTON, M. D.
Offioft, 90 West Saventh Street,
inwiica vu j ahd inoi. SOS
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Orrior N. 9(1 West Boventh street, between Vine
and Bace. BwmanoH No. M Heventh atreet, be
ween Walnut and Vine. Orrina Houal lii to 6X
A. : 1S to 2H Vk H.t 1 to P. M. ,
DENTAL CARDS.
WM. M. HUNTER,
DENTIST,,
noS
'JflO Vlne-atreet.
, lOHBaLl.
BO N 5 ALL
II. A. SMITH
SMITH.
if.
DENTISTS.
JI8 Weil Sixth. atreet,
Ke
CINCINNATI.
J. TAFT,
(Soocenwr to Knowlton a Taft.)
DENTIST,
No. StiWcat Fourth St., bet. Walnnt sV Vln
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
sep24
I, b HAMUJt. I. . IrailTH,
1)16. 1IAMLEN & SMITH,
DENTISTS,
No. 3 Wert Kurtb U
ITU
J. DOVOHTT.
DBS. WABBLE & DOUGHTY,
13 33 N" O? I Q T S ,
' , I' Data No. 1S8 West FooTtlt atreat, ' i ,.
r!WnNNATI,0H1O
JEWELRY.
H. P. LL1AS'
1 Hew Wholesala V
WITCH & JEWELRY ira
16 West Fotirtli Street; -
Where en be had every article appertaining to the
Bnalneaa t a mneh leee yrioe, for CABU, than
baa aver before been offered in (hie market. .
GIVE US A CALL ' ;
And o for yourselves. .. ,, ; Bj
WM. WH I TAKER
JCWILKE,
Ho. ti& tt. V. Oet. Fifth and Lodge streets, betwen
Walnnt and Vina, Uincinuatl.
A good aasortnieut of HI L V K U and P L ATBD WABiV
8PKUTA0LB, etc., kept oonatantlyon hand,
' Special attention given toUleanlng and liepairlnt
Watohea and Jewelry. . .. mylo
BECG9 SMITH, No. O.WegJ, t.
ABB NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watches, Jewelry,
Bllverwere end Dlatnonda.
AMO
A Bns aaaortment of Plated Tea Heti and Cattery
nd Opera Glasses. m
- SEWING MACHINES,'
The fiate-jt Improvement
;i-, i BK(HVI('S SHTTTLBl
SEWING: MACHINES!
Tf ANUlfACTURED BY THE , OHIO
x'JL tMwing naohlne uompany, 40 West Fourth
trwt, expretely adapted for Vnmlly Ua, Drom Alak
lux, Oatter Fitting and Tailoring. Warranted to
give perfect satiafacuon or the money returned. Do
not tan to examine Deiora purchasing. Extra in
auoemenisonerea to Agenia.
L.BROWN, Agent,'
P0t-m ' ; 4 West Fonrth-street.
LADD, WEBSTER o CO.'S
,' . . LOOK,. HTITOII
; ! SEWING MtCUIKES,
80 W&st d -F6urth-str efc
uetwcMn vine and Walnut-streets, Cincinnati.
aHT Bend for Circular. "'' , ' oota
$30. $30r; v $30. ; ; $30.
' :'; MOORK'S
TMrty-Dollar Doubldlock-Stitch
FMILYSEW1NMI1S
BKtiDSSP BT HIOBNT LKTTKBa PATkNT.
THI6 MACHINE . HAS BEEN PBO
NODNOKD bv all competent Jndtiei, who
nave seen 11, 10 oe me ueat auu moat uesirauia r am
Uy Hewing Machine ever introduced, regardless
f price. It will sew all kinds ef family goods,
from the very thickest to the verv finest fabrics made.
anu use. ail aiuoa ui Ifireau.iruiu no. e w aw.
No oil la sined on tooof theltlaohlDA-
8end for a circular, or call and see it iu oeoratlon.
Coon early aoDlloatton. State aud Oonnty Blghttmar
beseoured.
An energetic person can make a fortune In a short
unie. Agent wanted in an nnsoia territory.
Ji. U. HUHTIHaN,
Be le and exclusive agent for tbe United State, -aepHfmi
iiH Went Fourth-atreet. Cincinnati,
SLQA.T&GO.;
SproMABHip,
CTITCHINO THE SAME ON ; BOTH
aides, leaving no ridge or chain, and Impossible
to ravel. For speed, accuracy or ease of motion, the
Elliptic Machine la without t rival.
Cincinnati, Office i'i West Fourth sjtreet,
.. ! ' - .aepMl ' ' "
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. p. DAY & CO.;
: llannfactrtron and Dealers In , ' "
RINTING: PRESSES,
(BOTH HAND AND POWKB,) ... '
And all kinds ot Printing; Materials, Nos,
173, ITS nnd 1T West Heeond-atreet,
oinciinat, onia.,
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
in nnr MBDAL JOBBER. Within the last
eighteen months we have introduced them into four
teen different States of the' Union, with the greatest
satisfaction to the parties purchasing. : The power is
iplleo to the cenrer oT tna ptacuj consequently
ere la-no possibility of its springing fiom nny
amount of pressure. Tho motion is o. crnuamltted
to it as to cause a dwell on tiie. point of con Uet w itb
lite form, Insuring A PElllTEOI JMPllKHblON ut
nisnrateoi speeo- .
Printers in want of the BEST JOBBElt stmuld
not purchase elsewhere without giving this an ex
amination. They nr. strong, durable and rapid, and
are WAltBANXKU to give the most entire untie
faction.', i ; no
HALL'S-- PATEWTr.
TnE MOST HELIARtE FIB E AND
BDKOLAE PBOOF oAFES. They have given
more satisfaction than sny other now in use.
We offer reward of (INK THOUHANU DOI,
LAHM to any person that can, up to the present
tlme,bowa single Instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their content..
Wil
1th this HAFK we challenge all competition, as
being the beat Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
test with any establishment In the uslon, and tho
nArtvfaflfna first, to forfeit to the other, the alim
Of 82,000.
Wearo prepared to fhmlsh a better Bate, and at lass
coat, than any othor manufacturer in the Doited
Bute. -
socond-hand sales of other makers, also on hand,
Worospeotfully invito the public to call and exam-
lue our stock before pnrchailng elsewhere.
HALL, UARIIULI, A GO.,
anglg-ayt Nos. 19 and 17 Eiwt Oolumbla strrt.
' Wt B. DOD0B,; -
ronnerlyf.fHall.DoddaAOo.jlulo Urban, Pod da AOo.
W. It. hodd&, Co.,
' urarAorryusu or rns '-
OONORHTE1
Fir aud Burglar Proof
, , ' t j9l' JE HI J3 !
S. W. Corner of Vine fc Second Streets.
ThH Is the most reliable Flllil AND BDRdLA
PBOOF 8AFB that is made In the United States, and
1 warranted perfectly free from damp, dsn be sold
at lower prices, and la of better workmanship than
can be found elsewhere. , . ,
We have s large assortment on hand, and are de
termined to sell at prices that oannot foil to please.
. ,,;,Q'ld ;. Saies..'
Taken ld"bane.' HIOOND-HAND HAFJES aV
ways on hand at extremely low prices. tTH
FRESH PISH!
SALT. WATER AND LAKE FISH -
TOZER'i ;EA9T FHuVepW?
, tio. a06 Vlne-au, bet. Fifth and 6lxth. '
MR. T 0 ZE R BEOS TO ANNOUNCE
that he has eetiiVillnhed a regular depot for the
saleot all kinds of salt-water Flan, fresh from New
York; also Lake Fish from Uloveland and Bandnsky;
together with (llama and Oysters In the shell, Loi
sters, Crabs, Keli (alive), and all kinds ol soasonuble
(iamoand Can Oysters. He will furnish the above
named articles (JHKAP&K THAN ANY OTIIKB
PIiAOB IN THK (JITT. . Family orders promptly
attended to and sent home freoof ohargo. Pleusa
eall anff eavevonrerrtera. . -.,i ooU
J, J,
HI' ...
Excel8lor:;jPljiil;lnk.
V'? .' ''';Manafactorv. Vine St. 14 !
BRAND t IN BC)ND.J0UN BAtSSKAS
justrecolvedan Importation 'of choice Brandy
In H and it Casks, Otard, Dupiiy . A Con aailDonla,
MonnleAOo. Korsale wholosule and rotnil.-r I
NATIONAL THEATICB BOILDVnO i
oo31
Ryeasanars-Mraet
D. DE FOREST,
Book Hinder and Paper Ruler,
Third story Times Building, will do all work In M
line with neatness sud dispatch. jyto-lv
:irtsiraA!a"CE.w
ST
AUTHOEITY,
m
Incorporated 1819,: Charter Pirpeltal
WAger.cy eetablished In Cincinnati In lH'JS,
tedatlnff all nreivuit IoaaI In.nr.nRAtflnmnBn7aa
ilea
Aeuuviua in iu. insurance unaiuois in mis cjt
yAaraoonrtap' duty here, combined with wealth,
ponencftfvpr .rsnse ana liberality, especially eom
niena me .A i-n a inanmnflA llomryfcTiv ft, h hM.
ble patronaseof thia commnnisr stamllng solitary
and alone, the sole snrvtvor and living pioneer of
uiusinaan underwriters oi lS'4aL .
Losses paid In Clnnlnnntl dnrlsis past Flvo
Years, 8I3,034 2.
Oasli OapitalSl.0 00,000.
lAUSOLDTH AND UNIMPAIRED.! with a
SUHPIiUS OF 1,030,43 SO.
And the prestige of 40 years snccess and espenience.
IHYHBTMISTB Of ' -u 1 n ill
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
liPWiKDH a K ai-i.nnn.nnn. i naara
Have been paid by the Situs Insurance Uompany In
ine pea iu years, r
Fire and Inlnnd Nnvriaratlon. Bisks aceeeta
at terms oonaiatent with tolrency and fair profits,
Kapeciaiaiiouiion given u insurance OI Dwellings
nd Oontenta, fof terms of 1 to 5y i.
Apolication made to anv dnlv .athnrlMtd A.ent
promptly attended to. ' By strict attention to a legit,
iruate Inaurance bnalneaa,' this Oompany Is enabled
toofier both indemnity (or the pant and security for
tbefutnre. P licUs Issued without delay by . '
m. jd. vn nam, Agem, no. to nunttreei. r
A. F. PATOu, Assiatant Agent, -- .
Ii. K. tilND. KY, Ageat 171 Tine street.. .
J . H00 K 1 ; , Agent, Fulton. 17th Ward: ' au
1 BY STaTEJ AtTHORITV. ;
Newj Insurance ; Agency .
H, i - ' -sOi did Estnbiisa;
OWEM OHE.S, jr, Agent
No. 4 'Public lindinff,'::';.'v'''''
v ' (OfN0INNATI,;O.
C0NWAT1N8OTANCBC0,(1 ,
(!aah Assets,
.$404,001).
' ('ash Assets,
$173,000.
Gash Aasnta,
auao.uoo.
01 uoaway,niaBai;i i ; -
LAFATKTTll INS.,' OO.i 1 :
HAUPDBN INS. CO.,
or Bpringneld, Alaos. -
-
BOARD OF CINCINNATI REFERENOB:
Ilinkle, Guild (Jo.,
Wilson A flayden,
K.'A.HoldeBOn.,
tloodman Vornbola,
ruiuier aa uro.,
JN. W. Taomas x i;o.,
' LiBliUier, lyUIUUlU a ijUDtUlli UlUM. vmuvuu,
Kimble A Weed. J , '
BlsVa tnkdn on the tnort favorable tornua consistent
withsolvenor,'' ' i : ' ' .
- Loaees honoralilv adiuated.. and nromDtly raid In
Oincinnatl. . -:. ii
WW OWEJlp(llT
(tjatAB8lstantSic;vFitcnion s Ins.uo.).
l I-., ...! no9amt ' .
O O NS. O L I DAT I O N
Fire and Ma ,-lne Insurance Agencies ,
' "; ' "' Lr' - - -or TAB- . u ,,(,..,
ITEfSMMCICO,,
Oi 1IAKTPORD, CONN.
OCml I'm Itl TluvmjJ 40 Hala-ativta,'.
... i ontOINNATI. , vl -.if ,,.
Cnsh fnpitnl.
.........fl, 000,1100 00
H.....l..i3i)oao,ii3 so
ASHtta...
TIIE UNDERSIGNED HESrECTFUtLT
in form tholr frienil. and patrons that they have
this day cnto-ed tulo r irtiier'hin. under tho name
and atyle of OAliTKIl A hlNUHKY, as the Fire and,
Murine luaiiiiuice Agents of tlm iBtua lusurace
Oolniiany, .of ilurtford. (Jonu.. und huvo ttierefore.
coiii-olidateil their sepainte AgencUs. J'ur the Con-
venienre or ttieiir cuatutnnra ana otners, tney con
tinue both oftlcee. No. 171 Vine and No. 411 Main-
street, where they will be pleased to hear from their
menus, anu trusttnitt tne patronage mat naaiiituerto
been so liberally bestowed to each will not diminish
by the union tliun lornied.
I AHTRR. Sc i.mosnv. : ,
JAMES H. CAKTEK, 1 i ,r. , . '
H UN Its K. LINDSKX. j r- . ... ""
(iuciunuti, November 1, 1659. ' holam '
WKSTJUtN INSURANCE COMPANY
, , , , OI ClNCiNNATI.
flFFICR IN THE SECOND STORY OP
Ur No. 2 Front-street, between Main and Sycamore.
This !omni.iiv Is tAltinff fTire. Inlimflantl hl.riuA
Risks at current rateBf premium. - , , 4 ...
Loeaos iainy aojusteu ami promptly paid.
- : .... ... DIRECTORS: ' '
T F Kck'ortr F Ball, W Pomeroy,
wiiuam uienn. w u nnitcner, w u mann..
Robert H Itcbeil, W H Comatock, IiOI Stone, .
Hobt Buobanau, OGBhaw, ,Ueo Stall.
Win Hellew. , HethKvans. J B Taaffe. ' -
David Gibson, H Brachman, ' JUIaliaui,
ti uiearwater, xqobb Elliott.
x. p. JkUA.iiUL, rresiueui.
SnrnEN Mob, Secretary. . Uug ,
Fire and. Marine Insurance.
1; Citizens' Insurance Company.
; ;' OF CINCINN ATI, OHIO.
-i ,; ' . " ' DIBBCTORSi : "
William Wood, Isaac 0. Copeleu,
James K. Cnnninghani, ' Bydney 8. Clark,
- Audrew Krkenbreciier, Joaopn lieakirt,
, Ueo. W. Bishop, Win. Flslior, '
George B. Ctxon.
' IHAAU U UOPBLKN, Preaideut.
Oso. W. CoptUN, Secretary.
A. M. BOH8, Surveyor.
Is prepared to Issue Policies on Fire end Marine
Bisks, on favorable terms. Office No. 8 West Third
street, Trust (Jo. Building. ' ., ,. ; . noBbfm
National Insurance Co.,
:! Cincinnati, Ohio. '.' '
(Office South-west Cor. Main and Front-streets.)
Marine,' Inland Transportation and
ywr..ire Eisks .-. . 'i Jt
, Taken at cuiirknt hatus.
..'-'.'a, .-.. ' ' 'i . ' i
John Burgoyne, S M Smith,
Robert Moore, .
61 Fechlieimer,
Win Ilepworth, ('has L Moony
T X Wledcmer, Tnoa On
B w euiitn,
J I, Hoes. - Trios
ThoaUBisgs,
Henry Kills.
. It. V. DBSJIil, ttac'y,
nv.
BUKGOYNK, fteiZi
i nouim
P. A. Spbioiias, Surveyor,
CmciimatilnaTirance Company,
' V .IftTABLlSll CSD IN 1820.' '
CAPITAL JBltiO.OOO.
OPFICB NO. 4 1 FRONT-STRRETw' IN
BtTBRS sgainst Lose and Damage by Flro) ahw:.
Psrllaof the ilea and Inland Navigation., . , , ,
- i- ! i . DID UllTORSr "
tDISCT0B8:
Allen Collier.
Jno.W Bartwell, Allen Collier, William Resor.
John W KIlll, James ha pton, ' Chas.W Rowland,
jonn w xmaiey, james a. ri
rarer,
J W Canaeld,
D T Woodrow. ., B at W Tavlor.
11 a ,1,111: - TT T 1 1 I. w -
A o winsiow.
Bowman C Baker.'
A a niiiauui, ii mruniiei,
JOHN W. RAK'
TWILL, President,
P. W.Wn.mMgiSecretary.
no
iaoi-oo
-sdaoti
no toss sjsinoj ia jgjg
s,tod qipa'nott3idds
eX(i-iquinfoj) pa atca-njsjtej 'jofj -jj
' 00 a? HaKVH.'Al Al
' sjstoapaieu8ngeiiH,M,-9t,SuHi(:'
qioioDaptaa -ajoiiosj luot 'soumasji ,mnq saoi
-uiajepuu pimaoadn qioq ('pgoa ,soj 'oiaiujl-wr'
NOUI 0N0H28 NT iH Met 'S3CZIS 11 .1
'htitut nafl i tutb rr.Tn r
i SumoHpiiB 3tiipnno iqBjJoj '
KOOFJl rt,OOJp'IIC3 ;'
T' HE OUTO A i.T ' idi A8TI C MI
TAIilIO B00F1N0" Is qffere.1 to the pnbl,
u the boat and oheupeat Metal Koof now osm, I
oieritshiated by an experience1 of years Iu this, j
'ftmil vlflnllw AwiHmA in flt nr .tM,n. old at n. -'
boildluKS. No solder, nsed-fastehed securely will
out exposure to the action or tli.eiemenM.. , . 1 1
Prenerad ahivaU. bosnii torahlnment to any Part
in unite Btataa, cat
ordinary mechanical
can e applied pf any one wt;
skill, uroers promptly niu
Jyla-tf
182 West Hecond street ;
W 11,1.1 AM DISNEY, ATTORNE .
AT LAW, Chase Buildings No.SEaatThlM
atreet. aepe-ai
STATE
RAILROADS.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
CHICAGO,
CHICAGO, Great Western and North-western
CHICAGO, Great Western and North-western LINE.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI.
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
RAILROADS.
The Shortest
Koatet between
and Cblaatgjo.' j
Ctnoinaatl
Three PaasennrTrainileavednoIniiatliinns rM
the foot of 1 ill and Front streets. ''-:).
Diiir a in, uuicaso mait arrivea ac inaianasoHa
at ViM P. O... Cbicano at HUM 1'. M. Thi ,V.i
conuects With all nlgbt traiua out of Chicago lof.
the West and North-west: connects at Indlanano.
lis with trelns for Terre Haute; also with Pern IV
for Pern, Lognniport, Fort Wayne and To.,
ledo. i.' ;,(.,. ) i -. '
1'ltM P. In. Terra Hants and T,rrrt. ...
eouimouauon arrives at Indianapolis at 6:16 P.M.. ',
making dlrectoonnardnna t ln,tUnoli. ,ik i . ' . '
' i, M UB ,rweilHll, na
ringueio, piapies, uulu- .
v'Jj 4tuuw1 au oc. joiiepn.
V ,i 'l? "'"t? E1 srtlves at Indianapolis .
.:i:ls,iA,M,',m,rBf "'oonnectious at Chicago '
with all morning train. ont of ()hlm 7"""v""v !
l?fi2'F Cr" 1 ttf aj.1 cc nfgrht trairnsi r
h r ndron 'httiugh to Chicago without '
inialsexclnslvely a Western and North-western'
mU, and with Otv.rabie and reliable arrangement.
route,
with all conuctlns; roaiis thionghont tbe entire
oommodations to the patrons ol this line.
The Company's exclualve Telegraph line h Used
when necessary, to onmim tha mjis.n,.,.. ,. ...... .
and Loughride celebrated Patent Brakes, are at'
tached to all passenger trains, by which they ean be
perfectly controlled; beaidea ail the other modern lin-'
srovements necessary for the nnmfora .ml ua.ttfAa.
paeaetigers, the managers of this road have lilierallr
provMed. . , .
omoKing-cara on this line, . -i ... j i ij ;
SKST lie aure ron are in thA'rlffht tl.-ferA4 aAIa KrAM ,
you purchase yonr tickets, and ask for tiokeU via i
Fare the sain, bm hv ah. nlha, ,in n.... .-.
Cheeked throngn. ' """t . v
Fi,0?.Wl? J8' n"oed,aBbeob. ,"
Ulned at the ticket olHoss, at sponoes Bouse Uorner - ,
north-west corner Broadway and Frost; No. 1 Ilnr
uet House Corner) ut the Walnut-street House, and
at Depot oOloe, toot of Mill, on Front atreet, wbete "
all necessary Information may So had. .
. Omulbnses rns to and from Jach train, and will .'
csllfot paasengersst all hotels and all parts of Uts ,
oity,b leaving tddress at either office. - - -
i . W. 11. It. HUitlilbf ! t ,
noil - ' flenetal Ticket .Agent. , ,
:i-'
il:'l
NOVEMBER 14, 1849.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
RAILROAD
SIX DAILY -TRAINS LSAVS TUX ",'
. elxth-atreot Dopot. . .-. i .;
rralns run through to Cleveland Sandasky, To
ledo and Indianapolis without change of cars.-1 . . ,'..T
xnrouEu iicaen lor an siaaiern, v(oswrn,orth-i.
n and Horth-westera oitles. . ;. ,i
U A..M' EXPRK8H TRAIN For HamlltonL-.'
Bicunionil.Indianapolia, Lafayette, Chicago, and all ,
Western Cities. Couueols at Bichmond with C. and '
0. Boadrfor Logans-port, Ac. w . -. i .- . ' , ,, i
i30 A.JH. TRAIfi-For Dayton, Springneid,,' V
Sandusky, Toledo and Chicago, Thia train makes , j
oloae connections with all trains leaving Chicago the, .
same evening. Also conneots at UaaaNa ron Co-'
lumiIVs; at Kolletontaine with B. and I. R. B last K
and West; at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and ,
Chicago ltailrdad East, and West; at Clyde Willi m,
Clovniiind and Toledo Eailroad trains for Cleveland - '.'
and Detroit: at Dayton for Greenville, Union;' Win- A -i
Chester scd lluiicle; also, at Hsmiltun for Oxford, Asi '" V
10 A. M. JiXPRtiHst TltAINFor Cleveland .i,i.,;i
via Belawars for . Dunkirk Uulfalo, BoHtoni Newr, k
York, nnd all Haatcrn cities. Also connects at (Vest.
line for Pittaburgb, Philadelphia, Baltimpro, and U '
hWlnni illii . . ' ... i.
n cities. - ' : - V
1. itt.TUAIN-For Hamilton, Elchniond, .
upolis, Ti-rro Haute and Baint louia. , '
IP. Hl.'TRAl N For iayton, BprlngBeld. ',.
:4UP
Indiiinui
R.Uia P. iia i-rPII .a W Vnr havt,m. Hi.,ln.A.
Rntlel'nntallift. Iiiiiin.' Toledo. Hermit. Chirna,, anA'1
nil points iu (Jnnadn. fjonnerlsat liellefontuiuewith
B. and 1. It. K., Hast and Went, Also, conuects at -Hamilton
for Oxford, 4c. s - . : '
11)30 P. BI. PR15STBAIN-ForCIevo.r
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, ' llostou, 1 -'i
New York, and all Eastern cities. AlHo;cuunecp9at
Crestline-as Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimoru.
and nil Eailorn cities. f - a!,,,' :
a-Tbe nisht ExoressTrnlti leaviha' Clncltiiiatial Ki'
iff Cincinnati al
11:31) i'.m.,ieaveaaany excipi-omubd.ts, yuiutbec :, -,
iv.lna lakud riuilv r.Tnen. Kil.mva' '
tf or runner luiormauon nuj icnets, apply at IDS
Tiakot oiSUiu BocthMiat corner Front und Jlrnsd-
way; No. lttv Walnut-ati-eot, near Gibson House; at ;'
tbe new Ticket Office, on the west side of Tine-street,'" -betweei'IPostofflco
and Burnet House; at the Walnut-11 '
street Hound, or at the SUth street Depot. - - ' '
uol2 . D. ilol.AB.KN. Superintendent. ,.,
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trslns.
FIRST TRAIN DAY EXPRESS AT. 10 ',
A. H.i connects via Columbus' and Cleveland;
via Columbus, 6tenbenvlll and Pittsburg; via
Columbus, Crestline and Plttshnrg; via lftluin
bus and Bel lair (Wheelina'i. Also, Springfield, for
.Sanduaky, Detroit, he. Tills train jitors between
Cincinnati and Columbus, at all the principal eta-
tions. -
HKCONB TRAIN-Cohirabus Accommodation '
at 4ill Jr. nt. This train stops at alt stations be-".
ten Cinclnuati and Colnmbua, and Cincinnati and .
Springfield. , ,,; . , ,
T111RI TRAIN Night Knpross nt 11t30 P.
M., connects via Columbus and Dellalr(Wbeellng)t :,
via Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via (jolnm- ' '
bus Steubenvllleand Pittsburg; via Columbus and .
Olnvelaud. " . '.'
i This Train stops at toveland, Morrow, Xenla
nnd London. tll.EKPINOOARS ON TH18 TRAIN. ,- ;
aftsa-TheDay Kspress ran. tbrongb Cleveland, i
Wbeellugsnd Plttsbnrg, via Hteubenville, without .
change of ears. " ,;. ".
The NIGHT EXPBEBH Train leaving Olnclnnall , ,'
at IIiIJOI'.M., runs daily, except HATCHOAYtl.
For all information, and Through Tlcketa to Boa- ' Vl
ton, New York. Phlladelplila, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland, ,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,. '
apply at theCIXcea, Walnut Street Houho, No. 4 Bur
set House, south-oast cotuerot Broadway and Frost
streets, and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Ooliimbns time, which Is seven min- -otos
fsitor than Cinoinunti time. - . ,. -,
J. DC BAND, Bap't. l-ti
Omnibuses oallforpaisesgers by leaving airecllont ' 1
t the Ticket OBIces. . . . no!4 ' '
1:1
Commencing May 22, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD.
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
TnKOUOn WITHOCT CHANOB OF OARS.
Two Dally Trains lor Vlnceunes, Cairo and St.
Louis, at 9:00 A. M.i and H:: P.M. -
Three Daily Trains for Louisville, at :0O A.M.,
2i(i0 P. 51., and 8:30 P. M.
. One Train for Mvansvllle at 8:M P. M. .
The Trains eonneot at St. Louis for all points in
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Quincy and Koo.
kuk; at St. Lonia and Cairo for Memphis, Vlckgburg,
Matclifss and Now Orlean. :
1 One Through Train on Sunday at 8:30 P. M. . . '. """
' BtrTCBaiMCH-Faet Line Leaves East St. tonis,
Sundays excepted, 6;o0 A, M., arriving at Olncin.J1
natl at 10:10 P.M.
BiPBF.KSTxAix Leaves East St. Louie dally at t0 .
P. IST.hrrivfnff at Cincinnati at 6:48 A. M. .
W ,-8l
Seventh-streeU, No. 1 Burnet Honse.oorn
,i. : suit xuaouuu j.iijii.jiiici 1 " ' - it
- n.V.. n,TT TT ,,TTT FW mTIVWHl'll .
uy at tha,.
iith and .
oorner ofnoa. .
north-west corner oi Front ana tiroaaway, bpences
HnnRnnfnce.and at tha Denot. corner Front am
a si
Mill-
, Omnibnues call ihr passengers.
w.,u. uiiHimiLn r, ueo-a. oaperinienaent,
oc 2
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
Great Throupn'Uqte ifor
.. !-..raiAod,. ' ' i ,r I :
JV; . ': laVOAMSrOBTs ,'i JtA
''"-''..''.I .-. FOKT WAkNa..
SWO DAI IT TH BO OOU TB AIDS leaveSlxtb atreet
Depot, at A. M. and tjSOp. M..
' I A. M.1NIIANAP0LI8,S. L00I8 ApBlOA'
00 FAST BXFBlCSS.-Throughdirect.maktngeloiM
connections for all other WesteruaudNnrth-wpatera
points.' This Train slso connect, at Klohruond with
Olnolnaatt and Chicago Heads, for Anderson, Soke
mo.Iogirnaport, and all points on Wabash Valley
4:S0P.' M.-INDIAN AP0LI8i CHICAGO 'it 8T.
LODIS NIOHT KX I'HKKS.-The above Trains make
elrtu, Mnunr.ilnliM.t lnJinn.iulll..LafaViltteandChl.
eago, with Trainafor Terre Haqte, Springflelii. H
Island, tialesbura. Kenosha. La Crosse, Jacksohvl
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Hattoon, Naples,
filn lininra. tn.lr(. dn Ghlen. rank. Peoria.
Dnnleith, ilac'iie, Deoatnr, Bloomington. Jollet, La
Salle, St. Paul, and all towns and cities In the North
west. - '! t. -'i-'l ,': 'j '
NTThKioili Tiekstt given an! Baggage cheeked
tbrontrhar -"if.
For further Inlbrtnatkm and Tbrongb Tkketn.ay
ply to TloketCBIoes. nertb-eaat oorqec el Frontaud
Droadwayl No. Is Walnut street, near Fourth; at
lonth-east oorner ofif onrfb and ylnestreet.'Or at
BlathD. .
Omnlbnaea will call forpassena its i.y ieavlug their
nauea at either of the Tloket Off
Ut) W, U, catllli.AgeuV

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