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T HE PEES S.
[From the Montrose Review.]
LINES ON THE APPROACHING INAUGURATION
OF THE HUME STATUE.
BY ALEXANDER SMART.
TJnvtil the form, ths face unveil
That never quilled to mortal man I
la sculptured stone the Tribune hall
The Patriot' manly feature tcenl
Tit tribute to hit honored name,
The first Berormer of the age,
The heir to in enduring fame
la truthful history's brightest page.
His adTent Into publto life.
Girt in hie patriot coat of mall,
Brought oourage to the gathering itilfe,
A voice that turned corruption pale:
He iplaoed hit back agaiott a rock,
While hoetileranka inclosed him round,
And bore unmoved the fiercest thook,
N or bated onoe an inch of ground.
A mulled by many a renal scribe,
By elaoder ooarse, by scornful jeer,
To every worthiest tauDt and jibe
He turned a deaf or dauntless ear;
The ridicule that few can stand,
When polished satire alms the dart,
And malice seeks a name to brand,
Fell pointiest from his nobis heart.
With facts and figures doubly armed,
Strong in his cause the good man itood;
No isbort tired, no fears alarmed.
No frown of power bis toul tubaned:
From licensed plunderer! bent to guard
The public purse, the public weal,
Chief of a little band he warred,
With words more strong than pointed itesl. '
The friend of universal man,
Whate'er bis creed, whate'er his dime,
His mind o'erlept the narrow span
Of party for a Held sublime.
The boat and burden of the day
With steadfast will the patriot bore,
Then sunk to rest with evening gray,
His task fulllllod hit warfare o'er.
While Senates owned hit matchless worth,
Integrity no power could bend,
The joy of the domestic hearth,
He lived the husband, father, frieid:
Booed in simplicity and truth,
A Spartan virtue round him shone,
And mingled with the ores of youth
The wisdom that with years bad grown.
Home of his early dreamt, Sfoutrosel
Scenes where his joyous boyhood rant
Bit name reflected luster throws
O'er wood, and stream, and flowery lawn:
The Esk runs sparkling to the tea,
The billows lavs the lovely shore,
An anthem to the brave and free
Still blending with the ocean's roar.
[From the Home Journal.]
THE LOVE OF SCHILLER.
BY ADA BOLTON.
"See the ladiea of Lencfeld!" hastily
foil from Wilhelm' a lips, while with a
Buddon return to his former gayety of
manner, lie sprang irom his horse, and as
Schiller followed his example, gave a
brief charge to his groom, consigning the
steeds to his care.
"Wawill join them in their evening
walk," exclaimed Wilhelm. "See, they
look up they Bmile: is she not lovely?"
"As an angel!" exclaimed Schiller, in
the low tones of suppressed enthusiasm;
hut his friend was too much absorbed in
that vision of sunny ringlets and azure
eyes, to mark that the poet's glances
rested on the dark haired Charlotte, as he
replied to hia eager question.
In a few moments the friends met, and
Wilhelm, after receiving a right cousinly
greeting, presented his companion to the
Lady of Lengefeld, who weloomed him
with stately grace, and presented him in
turn to her daughters.
The two sisters made an exquisite pic
ture as they stood together in their light,
flowing, summer robes, the soft breeze
rippling the fair curls of the elder, and
lilting the dark, wavy tresses from the
pure, palo cheek and lovely, thoughtful
brow of the younger "sweet, pensive
Charlotte," whom a poet's love has im
moralized. "We were going, my dear Wilhelm, to
watch the sunset from under the old lin
den on the hill," said the Lady, with a
smile: then turning to Schiller, while a
pleasant light beamed from her still fine
eyes, she continued, "J . am happy in
thinking that you will look on my
favorite view at this poetio hour." And
accepting the arm of the young poet,
she led the way to the rustic seat under
the linden, while her children followed
with their cousin Wilhelm.
It was a lovely scene. The sun had
just disappeared beyond the distant moun
tains, leaving in his wake a train of rosy,
golden-edged clouds, which seemed to
color the soft summer air with their own
bright hues. Far across the valley,
through which the winding river pursued
its course of light and shadow, rose the
gray towers of Lengefeld above the green
dark branches of ancient Wald, while
from the Gothic steeple of the old chapel
near by, rang out the evening ohimes
plaintiff, soothing chimes, that softened
each heart to a tender sadness as their
music melted into the influence of the
The friends lingered beneath the old
linden until the sweet light of the sum
mer moon flooded the valley, when the
Lady silently rose, reminding her young
companions of the hour; and then, adding
a few courteous words expressive of the
happiness with whioh she would welcome
her nephew's poet-friend to Lengefeld,
turned her stepB homeward. In less than
half an hour, the party stood in the great
hall of the castle, and a little later they
were all seated at its hospitable boarcf,
partaking of the evening meal
After the repast was finished, and they
were again in the spacious hall, Wilhelm
prevailed on the gentle Charlotte to seat
herself at the harp, whioh stood in the
embrasure of a lofty window, through
whioh a shower of moonlight fell in broken
wavei over the Bilver strings. Her
voice was firm and sweet, and Sohiller
has compared her playing to
"A lyre tosndt from the paradise afar.
A harp-note trembling from sons gracious star."
That evening, with its charms of musio
and conversation, was the opening ohapter
of a little romance in the lives of these
gifted and noble beings a romance
which a few months converted into a
a beautiful reality, whose blessings
crowned them down to their latest hour.
The next morn saw the young men on
their way to the capital, from whence
Wilhelm departed with his regiment, and
Schiller found himself again alone. But
he did not forget the fair cadette of Lenge
feld, and it was with a strange, yet joyous
thrill that seemed like a premonition of
the happy influence she would exert on
his future, that Sohiller heard of Char
lotte's arrival in Weimar. She had oome
to pass the gay season with a relative,
Madame de Stein, an enthusiatio friend
of Schiller. At the house of this lady,
the young poet resumed his acquaintance
with the lovely girl, which soon ripened
into a love pure and elevated as it was
It was a gala night at thepalaoc of the
Grand Duohess Amelia. The brilliant
suit of apartments leading from the Grand
saloon in which Amelia, surrounded by
her ladies, stood to receive her truest.
was filled with jeweled woman of every
age, with their cavaliers; and in the danc
ing hall the muno of a chosen band
gave out iti glM invitation. Here Char-
lotto, who was accompanied by the Baron
and Madame de Stein, was joined by
Schiller, who claimed her hand for the
next dance, after whioh they sought her
friends in the conversation rooms. On
their way Charlotte told Sohiller that her
mother had sent her carriage to Madame
de Stein's that afternoon, desiring her to
return borne the following morning.
"The time of my visit has expired;"
added the lovely girl; "I will be very
happy to see dear old Lengefeld again,
ut do you
leave us with regret?
Sohiller' s heart could no longer wear a
mask its deep love found expression in
eloquent, passionate words, that called up
an answering echo in that of the sweet
creature at his side. Long years after
ward, when Lolo, as he loved to call her,
was his cherished wife, Sohiller read to
her thase lines, written on quitting her
that happy night:
"What then I felt, what breathed, my memory
Trom that wild moment wonld In vain invoke
It was the life of some discovered ttnse.
That in the heart's divine emotion tpoke;
Long years imprisoned, and escaping thencs
from every chain the soul enchanted broke,
And found a music in I ts own Ovep core,
Its holiest, deepest deep, unguetstd before.
"Like melody long hushed, and lost In space,
Back to itt home the breathing spirit cams;
I looked, and taw upon that angel face
The fair love oircled with the modest thame;
I heard (and heaven descended on the place)
Low-whitnered words a charmed truth reclaim-
Save in thy choral hymns, 0 tplrlt-thore,
Ne'er may I hear such thrilling tweetutsa morel"
The following summer found the poet
again at Rudolstadt, and in February,
1T90, after a correspondence ot many
months, Charlotte became his wife A
few years after the marriage of Schiller,
Caroline de Lengefeld lost her aged hus
band, whereupon Wilhelm de Wolzogan
returned from abroad, and in time re
ceived the reward of his generous devo
HARRISON & COLLINS'
fENTRAIi BEE-HIVE GALLERY, oor-
ner or Dlltu and western-row. r-notograpus,
Hulainotvnei and Ambrotynes taken cheaper than
elsewhere in the city. Oil Colored Photographs
made ot all sizes, trom me to tne smallest, miniature.
Pictures neatly set in Lockets, Breast-pint, Finger-
rings ana Bracelets, ah worn warranto..
nol6-ay A. 8. BLOOM, Artist.
WE ARK NOW PREPARED TO DO,
on the shortest notice, and in the latest and
most fashionable style, all kinds of
BILLB OF LADING;
BILLS OF FABK
II Illtl BTTLK AT M0DIBAT1 FRIOM.
FRANCISCO & CALDWELL.
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUND
atl&tt lust what the Ladiea have Ion ffnendna
and looked for in vain, the Uterine Elixir,
The u terine ftllxir it warranted to enre all dis
eases of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovariet, and the Urethra.
Prolapsus or Falling of the Womb, ralnful Menstru
ation, Chlorosis. Amenorrhea: in fact, a perfect core
is guaranteed by the use of from two to Are bottles
of the flxir, of any disease whatever of the Gener
ative -t Urinary Organs, of malt or female, no
matter uf how long standing. Price Si per Bottle.
Madame ELLIS calls particular attention to the
following Card of one of the most nmmiriAnt Tkrn.
gists of Cincinnati.
"To tri Public and thi Ladhs id Paktioulab.
We. the undersigned, are not in the habit nf vlvins
onr name to Patent Medicines; but knowing well the
x.auy x-uyeiciau, anu inemeuicinecaiiecune uterine
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend It to all females
suffering from Female Disease) of any kind; it it
purely vegetable, and in no case can do Injury; w
tay to all try, and onr word for It, yon will find re
lief. F. D. HILL, Druggist,
aepZf "Corner of Fifth and Baoe-atreets,"
A L 8 0
MADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH SIMTJ
LATINQ COUGH AND LIVER BALSAM
cures, without fail, pains in the Breast, Back,
Side or Limbs; Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Diffi
culty of Breathing, Headache, Flatulency, Heart-
uuiu, uoronio imeumaiism, duuous unonc,i;ramp
Chollc, Griping Paint of the Bowels, Dullness,
Stupor, Inactivity, Lou of Appetite, and in Pain
ful Menstruation It it a certain cure, and sives
immediate relief. In any of the above diseases
it will give relief In twentv minutes, and a herm.
nent cure by the useof two bottles. Only 60 cents
per bottle-so cheap that every person can get It.
N. B.-For sale by F. D. HILL, llrwgist, corner
of B.-eand Fifth-streets; J. D. PARK, corner of
jrvu..u luu nmuu, Dvinu, iiuikoiiiii, Of K.,
corner Vin and Fourth; JOHN DICKSON, earner
of John and Sixth; PAUL REINLKIN, corner el
aigmu ana Freeman. Also, JC-WAHD SOANLAN
A 9; corner of Main and Fourth; and Madame
ELLIS, 24 East Fourth. sep27.ay
"PATENT MACHINE-MADE PAPER
-a- BAGB. for Grocers, Druggists, Tea Dealers and
others, made from extra Quality of Wrapping. Ma
nilla and White Tea Paper.
no, i wrapping ana jnanuia;
300,000 No. 2
200,000 No. I
200,000 No. 4
300,000 NO. 8
200,000 No. 10 - -200,000
No. 12 "
200,000 No, IS
' 200,000 No. 18 -
200,000 No. 20
200,000 No. 28 '
200,000 No. 1 White Tea Bags;
200,000 No. S
iPh..lM.M.tl . - .
f up in wMuumes oi oo nags earn,
We are manufacturing from tlxty to leveuty-nve
thonaann Run nfivHnv
Nlrnv a nnivvtim
. Paper Bag Manufacturers,
And Wholesale Paper Dealers,
77 and 79 Walnut-street.
NOTICE TO BUILDERSPROPOSALS
. will be received at the office of I Sogers.
Son Oc.. Ho. 168 Vine-street, until the 20th of No.
yember, Inst., at 12 o'clock, for building the new
Cincinnati Hospital, on the site of the present
'm8' Knnded br Western-row, Twelftu-ttreet
and Miami Canal,
Bids to be received for the whole job, and not In
parts. All bldt tp be made to conform to the plant,
I pacifications and terms of bids; all of which may be
seen at the office of Isaiah Rogers, Son 4 Co., 168
No bid will be received nnleu h
are made on the printed formt; also, the bidders to
name the price they will allow for the old material!
now on the ground.
The security intended to be offered for the faithful
performance of the contract to named in the bids.
Chairman Com. of Council of Public Bulldiugt.
Cincinnati, P.. Nov. 1, 18M. O0.j tt
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer In
Soaps, Perfumery Fancy Goods, dee.,
No. $578 MAIN-STREET,
1 BETWEEN SIXTH ADD SEVENTH,
IV. Tl JOBBERS B7 CALLING AND
i?JnZJX"'"' W .tad that I
- -- - "" uj uiuar nonse in tne city.
44rTlHANKSGIVINCr OYSTERS." I
'. . "j" be iipplied with an extra fine oualltv
now fpaCSOH, Grocer,
now Corner N nth and V(n..,..'..
"1JEVT PENNSYLVANIA BUCKWHEAT.
L,1!! 0,1 Bndlotof Pennsylvania Buck
anTbVWth.hbarre,.M"lDg M,ud m-Mck''
- " JOHN FERGUSON. Grocer,
HOI8 Corner II nth. nrf vn..,,!.
riOODS FOR THANKSGIVING. NEW
Almoi,Sri!l,'.Wi1.T,'.BlJ! Onrrantt, Pranet,
.Ato.nJd'roPr,Jal.,DyrilUrt' Cr"u0 liut' " lu
nolo Corner of Ninth and Vine-streeta,
BUSINESS ( JARDS
A. B. COLV
41 last Beeond-ttrees, bet
ween Sycamore and
no. 11 axM - 1 -
Broadway, Cincinnati, keeps est
n - DU.Aimh. ffTnttt.
iry Description oi
and Track 8ealeH
enalr nff done on the thortew t notice, no
R. R. CAR AND SWITCH LOCFaS,
HOUSE BELL MA TERIALS,
SILVEB-PTjATED DC K)R-PfcATES,
Bells Hung, Kejrs Fitted.
The pnblio are respectfully lu'rited to call and ex.
amine the various patterns and ?r!oat. All Jobbing
promptly attended to
noJcm No. 1S3 Fifth-street,. 2d door from Baoe.
O AND Y ! O ANDTf
Manufactnreri aud Whol esale DeaHra
jTlNE AUD F1AIN CA NDIES,
10 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
134 MAIM 8TBEKT, CINOINb ATl, O.
KITREDGE Ml FOL50M,
OS St. Charles street, New Orleans, La.,
Importer! ofGunacV SportlntT Apparatnsi
AlfD DI1LIHS lit BOH POWDIR.
(Fronting the Steamboa t Landing.)
North-east Corner Broadway aud Front.
B. F. LEVEEING, Fxoprietor.
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
MAirtrf AOTDBIBI AND DKAUtBS IN
FURNITURE, CHAIRS, AND ALL
kinds of 11 at tresses and Bedding, at the old
stand. No. 136 Sycamore-street, east sido, between
Fourth and Tlfth-ttreets, seventh store above
rourtn-itreet, unurcn rews unea sua cusnioned,
All orders promptly attended to. ocl-cm
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
mWANUFACTURERS 07 BAR, SHEET
AVJL and Boiler Iron, f low Blabs, .uaiiroaagplkei
Ktc. Also, Agents for the sale of lronton Star Kails
Warerooms No. 10 Baat Beoond Street, Ciuoiunat I
WA11 kinds Iron made to order. 105
UIND1BT BTL, JAMM TlalT
L. BYLi & CO..
CLEANERS OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. 99 Sixth-street, between Vine and Baoe, in
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
may ravor us witn ineir patronage, can reiy on punc
tuality ana tow prices. sepi-ay
Money! Money! Money!
Kemoved from Dtt West NlxtH-itreet.
mTONEY L0ANED0N WATCHES. JEW
lULBL&Y and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of interest, at No. 17S Vins-ttreet, potweea
sonrtn ana r um, H
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, NO. 8 EAST
Fonrth-itreet. between Main andSrcamoa. Gin.
tWHe-blnaing in every atyle. auslt Books neat
ly and durably bound. O. CltOFPEB.
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. 81). KIFTH-8TBEET, 80TJTH SIDE,
(Kear the corner of Tine,)
C. L. VICKKH8, Proprietor.
Ovatera and Game served in all ttvles. Mealt stall
DR. SXWIa SIIjSIIEE
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OP
THE SKIM, KHB0MATI8H, OISEASK8 OF
WOMEN, and such Chronio complaints as maybe
benefitted by the Hygyenio and Atmcpathlo system
of hit office.
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenic, Mercury, Tur
kish, Busaian and Electro-Chemical Baths, a Dla
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of Electrio
and Ilagnetio Apparatus.
NO. 07 WEST BKVKNTH-BTBEET.
ayIHce hours 9 A. M. to i P. au!9-tft
R. 8, NEWTON, M. D,
Office, 80 West Seventh Street,
BsTWIlsT TIRI ARD UOM.
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
nam. H. OA W. Dnn. . L . ...
and Bace. Buioinci No. M Seventh street, be.
ween Walnnt and Vine. Urrioi Hotjes-7)i. to 8X
WM. M. HUNTER,
C. SOK8ALL. B. A. SMITH
iBONSaLL eV. SMITH,
Ha. 118 Weat Sixth. (treat,
(Hneceasor to Knowlton A Taft.)
Na. 56 West Fourth St., bet. Walnut oVVIna
I. L. HAM US. h B sain.
Dre. HAJILEN t SMITH,
Jfo. 3 Weet Fourth U
jDRS. WAEDIK & DOUGHTY,
I 3EJ KT I J3 7 S ,
i Offiot No. 138 West Fourth street,
II. 1. LL1AS'
1 JTew Wholeialo
16 West Pourtli Street.
Where can be had every article appertaining to the
Business at a much less price, tor CASH, than
has ever before been offend in this market.
I Oil VI U$ A CALL
And tee for yourselves. njf
,WM. WH I TAKER
Ho. 64 H. . Oor. HRh and lodge street!, betwee
. . Walnut and Vine. Olncinuati.
A good assortment of BIX VK B and PLATED WAB
SPKOTAOLS, etc., kept constant!, on hand.
Bpocial attention given to Cleaning and Bepatrlnf
watches and Jewelry. myMl
BEGGS WHSftfQ. 6 Wert 4th St.
A tWW EEOEIVINa ADDITIONS TO
OrtTlaSS?' f PUM Md -.
The Latest ImproTement
' BROVVS'8 8HUTTI.E
TTANUPACTURED BY ' THE OHIO
oewmK macnine uomnany, 40 west Fourth,
street, exprossly adapted for family Dee. Drees Hair,
lug, Gaiter Fitting and. Tailoring. Warranted to
give ucrrcui, saiiBiauiion or cnt money returned. Do
nut iau w examine oeiore purchasing. JCxlraln
uuuvweuui vuerea w Agents. ...
. . . ' L. BBOWIf, Agent,
no4-6m . 1 .. i 4Q West fourth-street.
LADD, WEBSTER oc CO.'S
LOOK STITCH -
80 West Fourtla-stroet
uetwMn Vine and Walnot-ttreets, Olnoinaati.
. 9T Bend for a Olrorjiajr. ' grUn
$30. $30. $30. $30.
SEOUBID BY BEOENT 1ETTEB8 PATlfNT.
rriHIS MACHINE HAS BEEN FRO
J- MOTJNOED bv all competent Jnrla-ns, who
pave seen it, to be the bett and moBt deslnblt Fam
lly Sewing Machine ever Introduced, regardless
of price. It will sew all kinds of family goods,
from the very thickest to the very finest fabrics made.
jju usee an ainasoi inresa, irom mo. 8 lozuu.
No oil la nanH nn tnn nf tha lYInnklna.
' H-nH fnrm 1- - - 1 1 i 1. i n .!
viivu.n, , v. Mil lUUHVUlU uplMIVU,
Upon earl application, State and County Bights may
An eaergetlo person can make a fortune In a short
nms, Adenis wanted in an unsold territory. .
. . , 11. C. BURTiHAN,
8c le andeiclnslve tgent for the United States,
sepUfmt 9S Went Fonrth-street. Cincinnati
CTHCHINCr THE SAME ON BOTH
tides, leaving no ridge or chain, and Impossible
to ravel. Tor speed, accuracy or ease of motion, the
Elliptic Machine Is without a rival.
Cincinnati, Office 5 'J West Fourth street,
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. De DAT & 00.,
fflanfctrera tnd npAlin In
fBOTH RANT) AKn PftWlT.n 1 '
And all kinds of Printing Materials, Noi.
173, 179 nnd 77 West Seeond-street,
CINCINNATI, OHIO. .
"TO SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
M A tn M tTT M T innnnn wat.s
eighteen mouths we hare introduced them intofour-
Mtutaction to toe paTtieo piirclinslnj. The power in
appliflq to the center . of the platen j consequently
mount of preaBure. The motion fs bo transmitted
u as to cause h dwell on the point of contact witb
the form, insuring a PfiEFKCT IMPBIfiSSIOM at
high rate of speed.
Prill turn in el.. DsTrn TrATlTl T7T
. .... aa nan VI IUO i) El 1 UUUDLH RIIOUlU
aimi titii iviJiacprj fJlrWWilrjrtl WllUUUt
purchase elsewhere without Bivinff this an ex
?ftloJ? Thoy are strong, durable and rupid, and
WARRANTED to give the most entire sutis-
BUI IUH LI Ull.
THE MOST RELIABLE FIKE AND
BCBGLAE FBOOF BAFES.-Thejr have given
more satisfaction than any other now in use.
We offer a reward of ONE THOUSAND DOL.
LARS to any person that can, up to the present
time, thowa single instance wherein ther have failed
preserve their contents.
With this SAFE we challenge all competition, as
beln-the best Flm Proof. Rnral.r Prnnf. nr Vlra
and Burglar Proof now made: and are willintr to
test with any establishment n MiaTTnfnn. an,rtv,
party railing first, to forfeit to the other, the sum
We are prepared to furnish a better Bare, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer In the United
Meccnri-hand Sftfoe of other makert, alto on hand.
WeretlMCtfllllvinvltttthAnnhlln ... m
Ine eur stock before purchasing elsewhere.
. . naiiii, UAUKUIjlj A 00.,
anglj-ayt Noa, 16 and 17 East Columbia itroet.
Wt B. D0DDB,
ronnerly of Ball.Dodds Oo.; late TJrban.Dodds A Co.
T7. Jt. Dodds & Co.,
MAatrrAOrvaiu of thi '
Fire and Burglar Proof
JS JP U S!
W. Corner of Tine fc Second Streets.
This It the most reliable FIRE AND BUBGLA
PBUOf 8AFK that ia made in the United States, and
warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be told
lower prices, and is of better workmanship than
oan be fonnd elsewhere.
We have a large assortment on band, and are de
termined to sell at prices that cannot fall to please.
Taken In exohange. BEOOKD-HAHD BATES tl.
ways on hand at extremely low prioes. VIH
SALT-WATER AND LAKE FISH
TOZER'S EASTERN FISH DEPOT,
No. 308 Viae-at,, bet. Fifth and Sixth. ,
MR. T0ZER BEGS TO ANNOUNCE
that he" has established a regular depot for the
ale of all kindt of salt-water Vith, fresh from New
York ; also Lake Fleb from Cleveland aud Sandusky;
together with Olams and Orsters in the shell, boo
sters, Crabs, Eels (alive), and all kindt of seasonable
Game and Can Oytters. He will furnish the atiove
named articles CHKAPiB THAN ANT UIHBH
PLACJB IN THI U1TT. Family orders promptly
attended to and tent home free of charge. Please
call and Wve ronr ordera. ooK
Jt J. BUTLER'S
Excelsior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory, 39 Vine St. 64
RANDY IN B0ND.-JO1IN BATES HAS
'jest received an Importation of chnirai nramlv
H aud tt Casks, Otard, Dupuy A Co., and Deals,
MonnieAUo. Fur sale wholesale and retail.
NATIONAL CHEATBH BCILDINO,
oc8l Sycamore -street.
D. DE FOREST,
Book Binder and Paper Ruler,
Third story limes Building, will do all work In hi
(ins with neatness and dispatch. , , jiaa-U
Incorporated 1819. CharterPeruetua
aTAgency established In Cincinnati In ISiS, an
tedating all protent local Insurance Companies and
Agencies in the Insurance business In thl. i-.lt. !t
years com! ant duty here, combined with wealth, ez-
inHitmcv,iiiwrpriBo ua nuenuuy, especially com
mend the NA Insurance Company to the favor.
Die patronage of this community standing tolltarr
and alone, the tole survivor and living pioneer of
viuoinnaii underwriters oi ASV3.
Lotsee paid In Clnolnnntl Hnrijig past Five
i ears. tiiau.ua 7.
IABSOLUTB AND UNIMPAIRED. VITH A
SURPLUS OF 91.U3U.433 SO,
And the prestige of 40 years snocess and expe enoe,
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
irwtvna ow iQ.nnn.nnn. inuaea
Have been paid by the tua Insurance Company in
the Bast AO VAArn.
Flra and Inland Navigation. Bisks accepted
at terms oonsiHteut with solvency and fair nrnrtta.
Bpeviai aiuuiiiou given to Aiisuranoe oi nweilinga
ad Contents, for terms of 1 toliy i.
ppucauon mane to any auiy .ntnonsea Aireni
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
imate Insurance business, this Company is enabled
to offor both Indemnity for the past aud security for
mniuiun, r iiQiAsisoueawicnousaeiay ny
JAB. UAuTJCli, Agent, No. 41) Alain street.
A. F. PATO n. Assistant Agent.
H. K. LI ND ET, Agent 171 Vine street.
4. i. HOOKS, I, Agent. Fulton , 17th Ward. au6
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
New Insurance Agency
01 Old Established
OWE1V O WEHS, jr, Agent
No. Public Landing,
CONWAY INSURANCE CO.,1
oi Lwuway, juaas
LAFAYETTE INS., CO., 1
of Brooklyn, N. Y. $
HAMPDEN INS. CO., V
of epringfleld, Blast.
BOARD OP CINCINNATI REFERENCE:
TtfnVln. nillil ' n a nnl.lAH . n.
Wilson A llayden, Ooodman A Vornhola,
Stadler 4 Bro., N. W. Thomas & Co.,
Latimer, ColbtirnAIiUptou. James Calhoun. Esq..
Kimble i Weed. '
Risks taken on the most favorable termaeonnlatant
Losses honorably adjusted, and promptly paid In
OWM OWENS, JR., MT
(late AeBlstant Sec'y Firemen's Ins. Co.)' ,
Fire and Ma Ine Insurance Agencies
m INSURANCE CO.,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Offloes: Nob. 171 Vine and 40 Mala-streots.
Cash rnnttni Hii.nnn.nnn nn
Assets . Hi,OM,tJ SO
THE UNDEUSIQNED RESPECTFULLY
iuform their friends uuil putronH that they have
this day Dteerl Info purtnorpnlp. timlor the nume
and Btyle nf CAKTKU A litNUNhiY, m the Fireand
murine Insurance Ajionts of the jttm Insnrace
Comnimv. nf Hartford. Conn., and have therefore
contulidatPd their neparate Agencies. For the con
venience oi tneir cumouiers anu oiners. tney con
tinue both olllces, No. 171 Vine and No. 40 Main
street, where thoy will be pleased to hear from their
friends, and trust that the patronage that has hitherto
been so liberally besioweil to each will not diminish
the union thus former!.
AMKR H. CABTElt. 1
Ciiicinnutl, November 1, WJ9.
WESTEKN INSURANCE COMPANY
)FFICE IN THE SECOND STORY OF
No. 3 front-street, between Main and Sycamore.
I'hia Comnanv ia tAltfnff ITirn. tnlnml tnrt Murlni,
Riekt at current rates of premium.
liOtseaiainyaujusiea ana promptly paid. , ;
FEckert. F Ball. flWPnmnrnv.
William Glenn, W O Wbltclier, WO Maun.
Robert Mitchell, W H Gomstock, LOK Stone,
Robt Buchanan. COrihuw. IkoMtall.
Wm Ueliew, Beth Kvans, J II Taafie,
David Oibaon, II Bmchmsn, J (i Isham,
viearwater, xnos ji Hinoit.
T. V. KCKEI1T. PrnaiilAnt
Stiphen Mobsk, Secretary. no8
Fire and Marino Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
William Wood, Isaac C. Oopelen,
James F. Onnnlngham, Sydney 8. Clark,
Andrew Erkenbrecher, Joseph Reaklrt,
Oeo. W. Bishop, Wm. Fisher,
George B. Dixon.
ISAAC 0. OnPKT,ir.N. Pr.Mo,,f
Oio. W. CoriLZM, Secretary.
A. M. BOSS, Surveyor.
Is nreuared to lasna Pnllnlna nn Flrn anil MrvI-a
Bisks, on favorable terms. Office No. a West Third
street, Trust Co. Building. noebiin
National Insurance Co.,
(Office South-wett Cor. Main and Front-ttreeta.l
Marine, Inland Transportation and
xiro jtaisks ,
TAKEN AT CURRENT RATES.
(llitts L Moore,
a vv ltxiemer,
Tnos a lliggs.
H. 0. UBNER, Bec'y,
JNO. BU11GUY NB, Pres.fl ,'
P. A. Bpbioman, Surveyor, i
Cincinnati Insurance Comnanv 1
X: J .
ESTABLISHED IK 1829.
nFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
BOBICK afralnnt T.n.. und Tlanincrn hv Vim, .i.a.
Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation. ,
mniBfiTORS! ' '
Jno.WHsrtwell, Allen Collier, William Besor.
John W tills, James Lupton, Chsa.W Rowland.
John W Dudloy, James A Frazer, J W Canfleld,
T Woodrow, BMW Taylor, A S Winsiow. 1
SWillkimt, H McBirney, Bowman C Bakor.
JOHN W. HAkTWHII, P,..lH..n. .
O. Vf. Wit,t.itMS, Secretary. rioi
iriijsodf n) nonvoiidde no aat sjsmojio aM
wnj-tJiqmiilOj) pm w-ri. .jog -a
'00 ay aaHVH 'M 'M
11IOiliott -MOJioiij anoia 'teuiqosu; mrua !iou
uru Jopun pus jeddu qioq ('piios ki) -semiui-vr
Buoais &i ia im 'sazis 11 V
Snmoa pwt SrrtpuiJo 9IHH0
THE "OUTCAIT EI.ASTIC ME
TALLIO BOOFINO'Ms olfered to the public
the beat and cheapest Metal Koof now ntod, Its
merits tested by an experience of years In this oity
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
buildings. No solder need fattened securely with
outexposure to the action of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part of
the United States, can be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orderspromptly tiled
IrlMf iai West Second street.
1LLIAM DISNEY, ATTORNEY
AT LAW, Obate Buildings No.eBaatThlrd.
t , sspo-ajr .
Great Western and North-western
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
The Shortest Route between Clnclanntl
and ChloBo. . ' t'
Three FsssengerTralnsleaveOinclnnatl dally, from .
the foot ot Millaudlfrontttreeti. ;
ttiSO A. HI. Chicago Mail arrire at Indianapolis
at 12: 10 P. M., Chicago at 10:30 1. hi.' This train
connects with all night trains out of Chicago lor
the West and Korth-wost; connect at Indianapo
lis with trains for Terre Haute: also with IVrs
trains lor fern, liogantport, sort Wayne and To.
I'JtAS P. M. Terre Hants and Layfayette Ao
oooiiuouatlon arrives at Indianapolis at 6:15 P.M.,
making direct connections at Indianapolis with la
tayette trains for Decatur, Bprlngttcld, Naples, tjuin- '
cy, Hannibal arid St. Josepli. ,
7 P. M. Chicago Jixpreos arrives at Indianapolis
at 12: IS A. M., making close connection! at Chicago
with all morning trains out of Chicago.
Slsoplng cars are attached to all tne night trains
on this line, and run through to Chicago without
change of oars.
This is exclusively a Westorn and North-western
route, and with faverable and reliable arrangements
with all connectlre; roade throughout the entire
West, guarantees unusual care and the amplest ac
commodatiout to the patrons oi this line.
The Company's exclusive Telegraph Line Is used .
when necessary, to govern the movonieat of traint,
and toughridKe a celebrated Patent Brakea, are at
tached to all passenger I ruins, by whiohtjiey can be
perfectly controlled; besides nil theotherimidorn im
provements necestary forthecuuifost nuA safety ol
paseengers, the managers ef this routl Itavtniberally
Bmoking-cart on this lino.
Be enre yon are in the right ticket office before
Ion purchase your tickets, aud ask. for tickets via
iswreuoeburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the earns aa. bv anv nthn. rnntA . naaaaaa
checked through. ;
Tuuuuuu, TiUKSTs; good until used, can be ob.
tained at te ticket offices, at Spencer blouse Corner
north-west corner Broadway aud Front: No. 1 Bur
net House Corner; at the Walnut-street House, and
at Deoot office, foot of Mill, nn Vmnt .tMuit. .h.M
all necessary information may bo had.
Omnibuses rua to and from each train, and will .
call for passengers at all hotels and all parts of the
city, b) leaving address a t ei ther office.
W. xt. I NOBIjB,
"H General Ticket Agent
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
SIX DAILY TRAINS LEAVJEB TBI
Sixth-street Denot. i
Tralna run thrnnuh tn niavdl.n H.njnab. n-
Uxloand lndlauapoua without change of cars.
xnrougu nckets tor all Eastern. Western. Worth.
n and north-western citlen.
0 A. BI. EXPRESS TRAIW For Eamllloo,
Richmond. Indianapolis, Lalurette, Chicago, aud all
W.Stem Cities. Connects afc Kii;)ititonrl vith (I. Rnri
G. Road for Logansport. Ac.
i30 A. m. TRAIN For" Dayton, Springfield,
BanduBky, Toledo and Chicago. This train makes
close connections with all trains lonving Chicago the
same evening. Also counters at Uaii.iwa for Co
lvjhaus; at Bellelontaine with B. and 1. R, R., Bast
,iB.,,n.virn, nun a itinuurK, nuyueSDa
Chicago Railroad East and West: at Clyde with
Cleveland and Toledo Railroad trains for Cloreland
and Detroit: nt Dayton for Greenville, Union, Win
chester and Miincie; also, at Ham lltou for Oxford. Ac
10 A. M. KXPRKSSTRAlN-forOleveland
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buflalo, Boston, New
York, and all Eastern cities. Also connects at Crest
Hue for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and all' '
3:40 P. HI. TRAIN-For Hamilton. Richmond,
Indianapolis, Terre Uauto aud tSiiitit Louis.
Os iUP. 111. TRAIN For Davtiin. HnHnoflAM
Bellelontaine. Lima. Toledo. Detroit. Chlcmni. ,wl
oIlpoiutBin Canada. Connects at Bellefoulaiiiewith
d. una i. a. it., r.ast ana West. Also, conuects at
Hamilton for Oxford, 4o.
1 Itltll P. Itt. RYPKR4R Tlr.ATTW lTrr
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
Mew York, aud all Eastern cities. Also, connects at
Creatline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and all Eastern cities. '
tWThe u e lit ExDressTrnln leavins CinrlnnAil .a
11:30 P. M leaves daily bx(!K1-i SaruaoiYs. All other :
trains leave daily zxoept Suhiiavs:
fA-ri.ka. l..fAn.a,,A- -.. . i - , .
. ... " i. .iviow, apply tt ine
Ticket offices north-east corner Frout aud Broad
way; No. m W alnut-street, near Oibson House; at
the now Ticket Office, on the west aide of Vine-street,
hAtlBAAnlPn.l-JtfflrA .nil UnvnAi nmiaa. a, W1.....
street Honae, or at the Sixth -strcot Depot. '
puis u. mill. a n. nuperlntendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trains.
FIRST TRAIN DAY EXPRESS AT 10
A. M., conuects via Columbus and Cleveland;
via Columbus. Btenuenville
n.i.n.1.... i .1, ni...i .
wiuiuuubi v,ioni.iiuv nuu xiiisuurg; via uoium
bus and Bellair (Wheeliuc). Also, Springfield, for
ouuuu.ay, uoirou, ac. nia train ecops oetweeu
Cincinnati and Columbus, at all tbeprlucipal sta.
PjtKCOND TRAIN-Colunibnj Accoinmnilatlnn
at li 10 P. A. This train stops at all stations he-
tuoen Clncinuati and Columbus, and Clucinuati and
THIRD TRAIN Night Kxpress at 1ls30 P.
M.. connects via Colnmbu. and Bellair 'Whenllnol;
via Columbus, Crestline and PittHburg; via Coluru-
oan aiouoenvuie aua ritisuurg; via tioiumuus and
Oloveland. . .
Tl.l- (Put- T 1 V 1
.ma iiaiu n.u,'B a. juuvciauu, murrvw, .enia
and London. sr.KEHNGOAUB ON THIS TRAIN.
wioo xiay Kxpress runt inrongn to uieveland,
Wheeling aud Pittsburg, via Stoubenville. wlthonc
change ofcars. . .
xne nmui lSAi-iiiiSB rrain leaving uineinnall
at 1 1 tttn P. M.. runs dailv. exoeet HATIIKDA VH.
roe otner Trains run dans, except sumuaih,
For all Information. And fhrnuflrh Tinkata tn TV.u.
ton, JNow york, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing-
:on, Bnffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Clevelan
Pittsburg. Wheeling, and all the Eastern ilaces.
apply at the OfMcos, Walnut Street House, No. 4 Bur
net House, south-east corner ol Broadway and Frost
streets, and at the Kastern Depot.
lraint run uy uoiumous time, wnicn it teven min
utoa faster than Cincinnati time.
J. DDBAHO. Bup't. '
Omnibuses callforsaatengeri br leavinc directions
at the Ticket Offices. nolt
Two Through Express Trains. Commencing May 22, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THBOTJGH VlTHOCT CHANGS OF CABS.
Two Dailv Trains for Vinnsnnea. Cairo and Rt.
Louis, at 9:00 A. M., and 8:30 P. M.
Three Dailv Trains for Louisville, at 9:00 A.M..
S'.OO P. M., and 8:50 P. HI .
une Train ror jivansviiie at n:w r. jn,
The Trains connect at Ut. Louis for all nolnta in
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Quincy and Keo
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vicksburg,
Natchez and New Orleans.
One Through Train on Sunday at 8:30 P. M.
It-TIBMiHo Fast Line Leaves Gaat St. I,nnl.
Sundays excepted, at 6:90 A. 11., arriving at Olucin.
nati at 10:10 P. M.
i Hxpbsk8 Tbaim Leaves last fit. Louis daily at 2:10
P. M., arriving at Cincinnati at 0:18 A.M.
run T uiiuuun th;kivth
T.aI1 jt.1,11!" Wost ud south, pimb apply at th
oiiices, vTHiuut-streoE iiouse, iietween sixtu and
uiiiucb. TTmuui-Bireui, uuueu, iieweeu oixiu ana
Sevonth-streets, No. 1 Burnet IIousc, corner office,
HouseOiflco.and at the Depot. corner Frontantt Mill,
streets. W. U. CLMlCNT.Cn'l.Hiinerl,,bnUn
. Omnibuses call for passengers.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
- BI. LOUIS, 'V.- .
, , , JjAFAYETTFj,
t , . caicjAoo, ' '' -.
J I0QAN8P0BT, ' '. .
conneotlont for allother Weateniand North-western .
points. This Train also connect! at RlonmonJ with '
ClncinaatlRud Chicago Boads, for Anderson, Koko.
moLoganaport, and all ppinta on Wabash. Taller
4:30 P." M. INDIANAPOLIS, CHICAGO A ST.
IiOUISNIUHT EXPRBSS.Tbeabove Trains make
close connections at Indianapolis, Lafayotte aud Ohi
cago, with Trains for Terre Haute, Springfield, Bock '
Island, Galenburg, Kenosha, La Crosse, Jacktonville.
Danville, Burlington, Alllwankee. UatUiou, Naples, -Oalena,
Quiucy, Prairie du Cliion, Pane, Peoria,
Dunleith, llacine, Decatur, Bloomington, Jollet, La
Salle, St. Paul, and all tuwnt siidcitlos in the North
WThrongh Tlckots given and Baggage checked
throngh.' ,,. .,.. ' -t ; r .. ,i
Forfnrthertnrsnnatlonand Through Tlckett, ap7.
ply to Ticket Offices, north-east comer ot Front aid
Broadway; No. 16a Walnut street, near Fourth; at
south-east corner of Fourth and Vine street, or at
tbe Sixth-street Depot. .,. ,, ,
D. B.MOBBO'Wi Vnpoiiyitendelit. l
Omnibuses will eall for iwateng ,rt oj leaving theli ,,
names at either of thtWckotOdoej. " T. i
U ' W.H. eailTH.Areut. 1
TWO DAILTTHBODSHTBAINS lenveSixth street
Dnpot, at A. M. and 4:30 P. M.
A.M.-INI)iANAPOLI8,81', LOUIS A OHIO A.
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