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THE DREAM OF SHADOWS.
She all in the window high and dmrr,
And night 1 stealing across tbe perk ;
Shu searches until her eyas grow weary
, Ilia mystery under tbe deep'ning dai k.
Ttanre ia an eak in ths far-olTderknsse,
Biseth aloft like a giant old,
Anit right above in the dusky nearness
Frovnetb a turret dark and bold.
The shadows fall like heavy flngera
Upon her eyes in tba dreary room ;
She shtita them the wasting image lingers
Of al 1 ahe aaw in the growing gloom.
Ah ! who ia near? what hand in groeting
lias aha claaped unbidden between ber own ?
And her heart, though never ao quickly beating,
la beating in marvel and tear alone.
The hand of the night la Tery dear to her,
Thearin ofthenigbtia about ber form,
The lipaof the night are very near to ber,
And the broath of tbe sunnier nigbt ia warm.
II ia unseen locks are upon bar forehead.
How huoiauly wavlngand ipfiaud light I
A nd a audden resistless impulse carried
. Ber lips to the lips of the abailuwy night.
She mnat hare been dreaming alie'i sitting lonely
Whiling away the dreary hour; ,
The landls dark, for the young moon only
A crescent of silver bangs over the tower.
She must hare dreamed the world repoaea
So ailentiy under the starlight fair,
And the ramus lift the three white roeea
That fell on her handa when ahe loosed her hair.
As Orikntal Allegory. A wise and
venerable Brahmin of the East, whose aus
tere virtue and expansive benevolence
had won for him Rifts of mighty power
from Vishnu, while meditating in his sol
itary walks, beheld a small dog fleeing in
terror from a ferocious mastiff. The pur
suer fast gained upon his panting prey,
and had already crushed him to the earth
boneath his heavy paws preparatory to
devouringhim; the good Brahmin promptly
interposed for the preservation of the op
pressed, and by ezeroise of his mighty
power which his deity had given him, at
once changed the little dog into a power
ful tiger. The tiger prostrated the mas
tiff at a single blow, and reveled in his
life-blood. The Brahmin turned and fled
in teror from the spot When being
3uestioned why he feared the tiger and
od from him, when the latter had so
much cause for gratitudo to him as the
preserver of his life lie answered, "1 am
the only living person that knew him as a
And such is lifo. Gratitude for favors
received is too often smotherd in hatred
for the giver. In a miserable, false shamo
concerning former circumstances over
which he could have no control, man
often loses sight of the real shame which
ho should feel for want of gratitude to
ward his benefactor. In fact, the very
sense of obligation to gratitude seems to
engender bate in some men s minds, and
a revengeful thirst to injure those who
have benehtted them. Ihere are many
tigers ot to day in the world who were
the dogs of yesterday; and having now
slain the mastitis which sought their lives,
tlit'ir eyes glare wildly in search of their
benefactors who have known thorn as
dogs that they may slay them too, and
thus obliterate all knowledge of their
former lives. The moral is, 0, reador of
ours, when you make a great man of a
small one, expect no favor from him, look
for no gratitude but shun him as you
would the plague.
Patience Dr. J. G. Holland has these
eloquent sentiments on patience in his
now volume : There is no royal road to
anything. One thing at a time all
things in succession. That which grows
fast, withers as rapidly; that which grows
slowly endures. The Bilvcr-leafed poplar
grows in one decado, and dies in the
next? the oak takes its century to grow
in, and lives and dies at leisure. This
law runs through all vegetation, through
all creation, and through all human
achievement, , A fortune won in a day is
lost in a day; a fortune won slowly, and
slowly compacted, seems to acquire from
tho hand that won it the property of en
durance. We all see this, we all ac
knowledge it, yet we are all in a hurry.
We aro in haste for position; we are in
haste for wealth; we are in haste for
fame; we are in haste for every thing
that is desirable, and that shapes itself
into an object of life. In that worthiest
of all struggles the struggle for self-mastery
and goodness we are far less patient
with ourselves than God is with us. We
forget, too, in our impatience with oth
ers with their weakness and wrong
doingthat there is Ono who sees this
weakness and wickedness as we never
can see it, yet is unruffled by it "'Work
and wait" "work and wait" is what
(Jod says to us in Creation and in Provi
dence. We work, and that is godlike;
we got impatient, and there crops out our
Diminutive Miseries. Half the mis-!
cry of life comes from little torments., A
door sets your teeth on edge, fifty times a
day, with its squeaking; or tone of your
windows, owing to some triuW derange
ment, risks your breaking a blood vessol
evory time you shut it; or a blind drives
you mad in the night with its bangbang,
because the "eaten" is out of order. Of
course, a little oil on the door hinge, and
a carpenter to the blind and window,
would set all right, and of course you
moan to do it; but, somehow, you are
dways too busy; or, you speak to the car
penter, and for the very same reason that
you have neglected it so long, he pays no
attention to so trifling a job. And so you
keep on losing your temper, week after
week, with a wretched procrastinating
fatality quite incomprehensible to you,
when on some fine, jolly morning they are
all put right Of course, nervous persons
suppose they have the greatest accumula
tion of these petty miseries; and Job seems,
to their disordered fancy, to have made
a great fuss, about that which was really
not worth mentioning beside the afflictions
of modern days.
A Pathetic Epitaph.A Methodist
exhorter, once a resident of the Wol
verine State, upon a certain occasion
bantered a friend of his, something of a
wag and poet, to write him an epitaph;
wherepppnvjhe following , was got off
impromptu',". . .,... . ... ,
Bare W.Tamee D.Potter, "
Who lived as he hadn't orter. .
Bnt as a Methodiet exhorter, '
Was a regular ring-tailed snorter.
vVoataji 's Weakness to Witness a
M arruib A-writr- in the Atlantio
Monthly says truly: Any woman will
break her neck to aft8.woJ1poople, for
whom she does not ears a feauvpiD, stand
up, on) in white the otherin blaek, and
mumble a few words that she knows by
heart, and then take position af'thVend
of a room and hrr "society' paradd'up
to them , bj w)Iefm fltJ.'jijifiraliCw!tB
white favors" and thea fiU off to the rear
for rationsof Perigord pieandCbampagne.
A Fkknousian's Stoby or an Odorous
Advbntueb. "It ees twanty year,". said
he, "since sat I was in New o'k; and I
go up one nigbt in z upper part de oite,
('twas 'most in the oentrce,) to see a
fraande. Ah ! oui I. Wen I com' by de
door-yard, I see som'sing 1 not know
what he ees, but 1 s' ought he was leetil
rabeet; but he was ver' tame. I go up
sof'ly to heem: - 'Ah, ha!' I say to myselt,
'1' avgotoyoul' Eolstrikehim big stroke
vis my umbrel on his necks. Ah' ha!
suppose w'at he do? B a-a-h! He strike
me back in my face wis his D nl I
cannot tell: It was awfuls! dreadfuls!
He s-m e-1-1 so you cannot tauoh him
and I de saamel I s'row myself in de
pond, up to my necks; but it make no use,
I s-m-e-l-l sees wee-oek! I not like go in
to room wis my fraando. . I dig big hole
to put my olo'es in de groundo: it no cure
eemi 1 dig zem up: bah it is de saame!
I nut zoui back and dev smell one year,
till zey rot in de ground. It ees faact!"
A Juvenile Lover of thb Biblb. "Ob.
"Mayn 1 1 hev the big Bible up in my
"Yes, my child, ana woleome, iou
don't know what pleasure it girea me to
see your thoughts turn in that way. But
what sticks are those in your hands?"
"Triggers! For what, my child?"
"Why, trap triggers. Here's tho
standard, you see; this is the flipper, and
that one with the fat meat on the eend is
the long-triggor. They's a rotted mouse
keeps a-eomin' intor my room and insultin
ov' me, and I want to set the big Bible
with these triggers, to see if I can t knock
his chunk out for him."
HARRISON & COLL.1W
CENTRAL DEE-niVE OALLEBY, cor
ner of Filth and Western-row. Photographs,
Melaiuotypes and Auibrotypes taken cheaper tbuu
elsewhere In the city. Oil Colored Photographs
made of all sizes, from life to the smallest miniature.
Pictures neatly set in Lockets, Breast-pins, Fluger
rings and Bracelets. All work warranted.
uolS-ey A. 8. BLOOM, Artist.
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO DO,
on the ahorteet notice, and in tho latest and
most fashionable style, all kinds of
BILLS Or LADING;
BILLS OF FAKE
o j. n-1 s ?
IX VIN1 BTTLI AT H0DIBAT1 t&lCU.
FRANCISCO & CALDWELL,
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUNI
at last just what the Ladles have long needed
and looked for In Tain, the Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine Elixir is warranted to core all (lis
eases of a Uterine Nutnrv; Inflammation of tb
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovaries, and the Urethra
Prolapans or Falling of the Womb, rainful ktenstru
ation, Chlorosis. Amenorrhea; in fact, a perfect cun
is guaranteed by the use of from two to live bottlet
of the Elixir, of any disease whatever of the Conor,
ative and Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
matter of tow long standing. Price Bl per Dottle.
Madame ELLIS calls narticnlar attention In tli.
following Card of one of the most prominent Drug'
gists of Cincinnati.
"To Tin Public and ins Ladiis in Pa.Bncrj.AB.
We, the nnderslgned, are uot in the habit of giving
onr name to Patent Medicines; but knowing well tbt
jjauy ruiaiuittu, auu tue lueuicine cauea lae imrim
Elixir- we cheerfullr recommend it tn sll foniule.
sntTering from Female Disease! of any kind; it I.
purely vegetable, aud In no case can do injury; w
say to all try, aud onr word for it, yoo will find re
lief. F. D. HILL, Druggist,
aepn , -uorneroi r uin ana Jtaoe-siraeta."
UTADAMB ELLI8'8 SPANISH 6IMTJ
1TX LATINO COUGH AND LIVER BALSAM
cures, without fail, pains in the Breast, Daok,
Diue or utnios; iwugns, voius, uoarsouoss, mm
cultr of Breaming, Headache, Flatulency, Heart
burn, Cbronie Ubeumatism, Billlona Oholio, Cramp
Cholic, Griping Pains ot the Bowels, Dullness,
Stupor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, and in Pain-
iui juooairuaiiou 11 is a cerium onre, ana gives
imnifHlifttA rell.r. Tn RnV nf tllA ntuiro rlia.ta.Ai
it will give relief in twenty minutes, and a perma
nent curs by the use of two battles. OolySAcentr
per bottle-o cheap th at every person can get it.
N. B.-For sale by F. D. HILL. Drueglst, corn
of Base and Flfth-streeta: J. II PA UK"
Fourth and Walnut; 8UIBK. ECKSTEIN 4 Oo
corner Vine and Fourth; JOHN DICKSON, corner
of John and Sixth; PAUL BK1NLKIN, corner ot
cigaioana rreemau. Also, waauu huaklan
A K., corner of Main and Fourth; and Madame
ELLIS, 24 Bast Fourth. sep27-ay
ATENT MACHINE-MADE PAPER
BAGS, for Oroosrs, Drngniata, Ten Dealers and
others, made from extra qualitr of Wrapping, Ma
nilla and White Tea Papor.
, 200,000 No. 1 Wrapping and Manilla:
500,000 No. 1
200,0110 No. 3
200,000 No. 4
200,000 No. " ...
200,000 No. S
200,000 No. 10 "
200,000 No. 13
200,000 N. IS
200,(100 No. m -
200,000 No. 1 White Tea Bags;
200,000 No. 1
200,000 No. 8 "
The above are pnt np In packages of MO hags each.
Wa are manufacturing from sixty to sereoty-flve
thousand Bags per day.
KlAO a (J HAITI ELD.
Paper Bag Manufacturers,
And Wholesale Paper Dealers,
77and7 Walnut -t reet.
jaoTOTIOB TO BUILDERS rBOPOSALS
- lu " i nosers,
Son A Co., No. 16S Vine-street, until thesoth ofNo
veraber. Inst., at 12 o'clock, fur hnil.lin
Clnolnnatl Hoscital, on the alte of the present
;nd Mimi Cinai: ' ""
. a n fcMJKM Kl tbt ll0, Jb' n(1 not ln
"; u'ouniorm w iuo plans,
MuilrldnHAns anil aiv. ..s7 l.I.I... - i, a r . '
een at the office of XflaUb fiogers. Son A U., 168
No bid will bo received nnlest they conform lo and
v '""'"""S lurnia; aiso, me bidders to
name the prioe they will allow for th old materials
nn vr An f hat amnt.it
ine security intenaem to oe offered Tor the faithful
performance of the contiact to named in the bids.
... , OKo. W.KUNVAN,
Chairman Com. or Council of Public Uulldiuis.
Cincinnati, O.. Nov. 1, 1859. noltt
Haaufacturor and Wholesale Dealer in-
Bonns, Ferfamery, Finer Gooda, Sec,
No. 978 MAIN-STBEET,
BBTWIKN BIXTH ASU BBVINTH. .
TV. "R J0BBSRS BY CALLINfl AND
, ..iliTTJ.IKra"1'n "V Btook h"d that I
am selling lower than any other house in the city.
MryiHANKSQIVING 0TSTER8." I
a . W" S.,up"?d,wUB tra line quality
y.nrTKioyirwTnhnU'T,Bg ,ust ,h"".?o:tuYr
i JOHN moCSON. Grocer,
nolS Corner N nth mni vin...ru.
"tVEW PENNSYLVANIA BUCKWHEAT.
1 A!-01 hand a lot of Pennaylvai ia Bnck
and by the barrel '' ,Z 24 ""d601b' Mckji
i,.i 'JOHN motSON, Grocer,
riOIS Corner lllnl h mil Vfna..rl.
ain!ha5. S2.' JMWJ.1?'' Mw Currants, Prunes,
hia ' 1,J0HM J,Harj80N. flrocer,
9W , Comor.o NiatB xai Vlna-itreel.
BUSINESS CARDS -
A. B. COLVILLE,
ftcalfl Haaaraetarrr, :
No. 41 Ksat Bemnd-street, between Sycamore aad
Broadway, Olncinuati.keepsevery description of
Counter, Plntform, Cattle, Rallread Depot,
and Track Nenleai Trucks,
Iron VVaaons, fco.
epalr ng done on the ahorteet notloe. nol-eea
R, R. CAR AND SWITCH LOCKS,
Door and Gate-Springs,
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted
The publlo are respectfully Invited to call and ex.
amine the various patterns and prices. All Jobbing
promptly attended to
no2cm No. 133 Kiftb-street, 2d door from Baca.
OANDY I OANDY
Mauufacturcrt anil Wtiolesale Design
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
10 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI
B. EITTBEDOE & CO.
MAIN STHSXT, CINCINNATI, 0.
ii Bt Obarlos street, New Orleans, La.,
Iiuvortera of Guns k Spartlnc Apparatna,
AND DXAUIBil II OD POWDII.
'.. (Fronting the Steamboat Landinf.)
North-east Comer Broad wa; and Frout.
" -. oiKoiicirATi, ono. f 1
E. J". IIVERHrO, Proprietor.
WM. MOBEHOUSE & CO.,
MAMnrACTcaiBS and d calces in
FURNITURE, CHAIRS, AND ALL
kinds of Mattresses and Budding, at the old
stand. No. 13e Bvcamore-street, east aide, between
Fourth and Fifth-streets, seventh store above
tourin-aireet, unurcn revs linen ana cushioned
All orders promptly attended to. ocl-cm
H. CAMPBELL & CO..
M ANUFACTURERS OV BAR, SHEET
and Boiler Iron, Plow Blabs, ltailroad Spikes
Eta. Also. Asentsfor tue Bale of Irontoo Htar Nails
Warerooius So. l Kast Second Street, Clnoiunat I
UTAH kinds Iron made to order. lot
IiKENDEBT BVU JAHU TIBBT
L. BYL & CO..
CLEANERS OP SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. 99 Sixth-street, between Vine and Kace, in
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio, Persons who
may favor ns with their patronage, can rely on puna,
tuality and low prices. sopl-ay
Money! Money! Money!
iteinoved from SO West 8lxtl-atreet,
MONEY LOANED0N WATCHES, JEW
ELBI and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rntes of interest, at No. 173 Tine-street, tlig
Fourth and Fifth. m
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, NO. S EAST
Fourth-street, between Main aiidByeanio', Cln.
WBe-blnding In every style. Mnl Books neat,
ly and durably bound. O. VBOPPBst.
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NOi'SM FIFTH-STBEBT, SOUTH 8IDK, - V
(Near the corner of Tine,
V. I.. VICKERS, Proprietor.
Oysters and Game sorved in all styles. Heals at all
DR. SA WL SILSI.l-E
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OP
TUB SKIM, EUKUMAT1HH, UI8BABK8 OF
WOMEN, and snclt Chrouic complaints as maybe
benefitted by the Hygyenio and Atmopstbio system
of his office.
Tapor, Bulpbnr, Iodine, Arsenic, Mercury,. Tur
kish, Bussiau and Electro-Chemical Baths, a Dis
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of Blectrlo
and Uagnetie Apparatus.
NO. M WEST BKVENTU-8TKEET.
HTOWbs henra v A. HI. to 5 P. 1 , aal9-tff
R. 8. NEWTON, M. l.
Office, SO Weit Seventh Street,
( tTVIlf Vim AID BAOE .
O. E. NEWTON. M. D.
Orrios No. 90 West Seventh street, between Vine
and Baoe. llcsroasca No. 63 Seventh street, be
woen Wnlnnt and Vine, Orrici Hocas 7 to BX
A. ' . IX t t 1. M.: 7 to8 p. M,
WM. M. HUNTER,
u w m g n u u av. smith,
It. J IS Weet lx th.atrae t, :
(SiMcessoT to Knowlton A Taft.)
No, M Weet Feurtk St., bet. Wnlnnt de Via
CINCINNATI, OHIO. - :
I. I. BAH LIS.
No. 3 Weet Vwrth St. '
DXS.WAEDIB & DOUGHTY,
X T T I S T S
., 00m No. 138 West Fourth itreot, j
HNfJINN ATI. OHIO
n. p. ulias'
, Sew Wholesale
WATtll & JEWELRY IIOUSB
16 West Ponrtli Street,
Where can be had every artlole appertaJnlnf to the
Business at a niach leea price, for OAHH, tliaa
has ever before been offered in this market. 1
. QIVI US A CALL
And sneforyouraelvea. ' e4
WM WH I TAKER.
JEWIL1B, . v , i
No, U)i S. B. Cor. Fifth and Lodge streets, betwee
. Walnnt and Vine, Cincinnati. -
Agood assortment of BILVHit and PLATKDWABa.
, BPKOTAOLS, etc., kept constantly on hd.1
, Ppeolal attention given to Oleanliig and Bepalrlnt
V'atolm, and Jewelry. .... . , my to
BEGGi 8M1TH, No. 6 West ffth 8t.'
ARB NOW RECEIVING, ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment or Watches, Jewelry.
Silverware and Itlamonds. . ' "w",r
.ASrrsar' 1 pu,4 Mi i7
The Latest Improvement
- BROWN'S SHUTTLE - 1
MANUFACTURED .-BY THE OHIO
rlewina Machine Company, 40 West Fonrth.
street, ex preasly adapted for Family Use, Drees slak
ing, Gaiter Fitting and Tallorlug. Warranted to
give perfect satisfaction ortbemoueyretumed. Do
not ihii vj examine oeiore purcDaeing. . AJxtra In'
ducements offered to Agents.
. , . . , ti. BROWN, Agent, :
nn-im ' ' ' ' 40 West Fonrtb-etreet.'
LADD, WEBSTER oe CO.'S
- ' ' tOOK STITCH - . - '
-. i--"';gEVriBIO MACHINES, 1
80 West Fourth-stret,
Between Vine and Walnut-streeta, OinclnoaU. .
SWT Send for a Circular. , ' . , ael)
$30. f 30. i $30. 9 30.
Thirty-Dollar Double tock-Stitoh
: BIOTJBED BT BEOKNT LETTIRS P ATI ST.
TEIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO
NOUNCED by all eoinpetent Judares, wbo
bare seen it, to be the best and moat desirable Fam
ily Sewing fllaobiue ever introduced, rrg nvrillena
of price. It will sew all kinds of family goods,
from the very thickest to the very Unrat fabrics made,
and uses all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 200.
IVo oil Is used en topor the machine.
Send for a circular, or call and see It ln operation,
Opon early application, State and County Blghtsmay
Desecured, - .
AneBergetio person can makes fortune la a short
time. Agents wanted ln all unsold territory.
II. O. BIIRTrtlAN,
Scle andezclnstve agont for the United States,
sepMfml , 9S West Fqurth-atreet, Olnciunstl.
C TITCHINa THE SAME ON BOTH
sides, leaving no rld-e or chain, and Impossible
to ravel. For speed, accuracy or ease of motion, tbt
Elliptic Machine ia without a rival. , .
Clnolnnatl, Offlot) Sit West Feurth atreet.
" :' :i sep2Sl -.. .i .
Day's Medal Jobber,
W. T. & S. D. DAY & CO.,
. Mauufacturers and Dealers in ,
(BOTH HAND AND POWBB.) '
And all kinds; ot Printing: materials, No.
173, 178 and 177 West Seeond-atreet,
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
to onr MEDAL JOBBER. Within the last
eighteen months we have introduced them Into (bur
teen diiTerent States of tbe Union, with the greateit
sstisfaction to tbe parties purchasing. Tbe power is
applies to tue cenrer oi ine piaien ; consequently
there is no Dnnsibilitv of lie SDrinelnt from nnr
amount of pressure. Thejniotlun is so transmitted
to it as to cause a dwell on the point of contact with
tbe form, Insuring A PEHKEOT IMt'BKStjlON at
a high rate of speed. -
Printers in want of tbe BEST JOBBER slionld
not purchase elsewhere without giving this an ex
amination. They are strong, durable and rapid, and
are WAIIBANTED to give the most entire satis
faction, i - i no3
THE MOfDTRELIABlE FIRE AND
BUBGIiAB PB0OF SAFES. They have given
more satisfaction than any other now ln nse.
wooneraroward 01 UNK THOUSAND UUL.
IdARH to any person that can. nn to the ereeent
time, show a single instance wherein they havo failed
w preserve ineir conienis. 1 -
being the twet Fire Proof, Burglar Proor, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
test with any establishment in the Union, and the
party falling first, to forfeit, to the other, tbe sum
of $2,ooo. .
W e are prepared to farnlsH a better Safe, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer in the United
States. . ,.. . .
eeconu-band Hares ofotnor makers, also on hand.
Woreeeectfullv invita tha nntilln in r..il iiiriHim.
IneourstockboforepiirchaslDgelsewhem. , ,
ttglf-tyt Hot. and 17 Hast Columbia street.
Wi B. DODPS,
Formerly of Hall.Dodds A Co.; late Urban ,l)odds 4 Oo.
W. It. JDoddfcj & Co..
MutorAOTDaus or m ''
O O 350 O H. 33 T 33
Fire ; and Burglar Proof
8. W. Corner of Vine b Second, Street.
This ts the most reliable FIBV AND IWkaLV
PKOOF SAFE that Is made in the United Stnten. and
la warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower Dricea. and la of batter workman. hla than
can be found elsewhere. ,
We have a large assortment on hand, and are t.
termlned to sell at prices thai cannot fall to pleass. , .
Taksa la eicbange. SECOND-HAND BAFBfi al-
ways en nanq at extremely low prices. ! 7je ,
SALT. WATER AND LAKE FISH
TOZER'S EASTERN fISU DEPOT,
No. 906 Vlae-eu, beu Flfta and Sixth.
MR. T0ZER BEQ3 TO ANNOUNCE
that he has established a regular depot for tba
sale of all kinds of salt-water Flab, fresh from Mew
York; also Lake Fish from Cleveland and Sandusky:
together with Warns and Oysters In tbe shall, Loo.
sters, drabs. Eel, (alive), and alLklnda of seasonable
Game and Can Oysters. He will furnish the above,
named articles )HIAPB THAN AMI OTHEB
PLAOB IN TUB CIT7. Family orders promptlr
attended to and sent borne free of charge, Pleass
call anj 1 Vave yonr orders. pon
J. J. BUTLER'S
Rxceliior Flnid fnki.
Mtnufactnry, 3ft Vine St. ; S4
Ja-srjust reoeirea an importation of choice Brandy
In H and H Casks, Otard, Dupuy A Co., and Denis,
Monnia A Co. For sale wholesale and retail. .
NATIOHALTIIEATJIH 1IUILDIMO, :
D. OK FORE5T,
Book Binder and . Paper Ruler,
Third story Timet Bnlldlng, will do all work In hi
Hue with neatuesi and dispatch, . jy2i-I
B Y '8 TATE ATI THO ilTY
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
IVAnnfiT establiahed in Cincinnati In 1 M251. an.
tedating sll present local lusuranceCompaiiiesand
Agencies In tbe Insurance business In this city. 'A'i
years conitant duty here, combined with wealth, ex-
permuce, enterprise anu noeraiity, especially com.
mend the ASTN A ln.nr.nmi rnmi.n,1n th f.vnrs.
ble natronaae of thia eommnniia' standing solitarv
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
OLnclnnati underwriters of lS'J.I. - "
Loaaes paid In Cinelnnati durhia peat Five
a ears, viau,uo4 i. T-
lABSOLUTB AND UNIMPAIRED. WITH A
BUKPtUS OF 1,030,43 8a
&na tne prestige or 40 years success and ezpessenoe.
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARII! OF l! A,000,000, 1.08HES
Have been paid by tUeiEtua Insurance (Join puny In
i ' the past 40 years.
Fire and Inland Navigation. Bisks accepted
at terms oonalstent with aolvenuv and fair aroflta.
KHpeclal attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
aim uvutouie, lor leruie oi 1 10 uy a.
Application made to any dtilv '.othorlzed Asent
promptly attended to. lly strict attention to a legit
imate Insurance basiness, this Company Is enabled
to offer both indemnity for the past and security for
iHeiuiure. r iioisaisaueuwunouiaeiay oy '
JAS. H. OA il'KB, Agent, lie. 40 Main street.
A. F. PATO. i. Assistant Agent.
H. K. liIND ICY, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.J. H00K1 ', Aeut. Fulton. 17th Ward. au6
BY STATE AUTHOBITV. ,
New Insurance Agency
1 01 Old Established
OWI3JV O WENS, jr, Agent
No. 4 Public Landing,
'CINCINNATI, 0. ' ' .'
CONWAY INSURANCE CO.,1
oi uonway, juass. : J
LAFATETTK INS., CO., 1
. oi urooKiyn, a. X.
HAMPDEN IN8. CO., 1
. of Springfield, Mans. J
BOARD OF CINCINNATI REFERENCE:
Tllr.klo, GulM Co.,
Wilson A Hayden,
PtAdler A Hro..
R. A. Holden & Oo.,
Ooodiuan A Vornliolis,
n. iv. i nomna a ,;o..
Latimer, Oolbum 4 Lupton, James Calhoun, Esq.,
Kimble Weed. V
Bisks taken on the most favorable termtoonslstont
Loews honorably adjusted, and promptly paid in
owbn owe!; jr., luun
(Iate Assistant Bec'y Firemen's Ins. Co.)
OONSO LI DATI ON
Fire aud Ma .Iuo Iusurauce Ageiicles
OP HAKTFORD. CONN.
Offioee: Nob. 1?1 Vine and 4.0 kaln-etreots,
' - 1 " CIROINITATI.
mUE UNDERSIGNED REfiPECTFULIY
-L inform ttieir frieuils uml pHtnius that they have
thia itay eiite'i'd into parmenliii, under tho name
and style of CAHTKR k LINKSKV, the Fire and
Marine Iusurauce Agents of the A)tua losursoe
Uoiiipiiuv. of Uurtforu. t'oim.. and have therefore
evnxolidated their sepuiale Ani'ticks. For the com' A
veninnce ot their cuitouiera and others, they cou-
iiuuu uoin omcea, i-io. 1,1 vine ana no.-iiijunin-street,
where they will be pleaml to hear from their
frionds, and trust that the patronage that haa Ii itherto
been so liberally lies. owed to each will not diminish
by tbe union thus furmed. ;
UARTEB 8c LINDSKV, "
JAMKS II. OABTKK, I , . a
HBNItY K.lilNDeltY.J Agents.
Cincinnati, Noveinbor 1, 18.19. , ' nolam '
WESTiSKN INSURANCE COMPANY
OFFICE. IN THE SECOND STORY OF
No. 2 Front-street, between Main and Sycamore
This Company Is taking Fite, Inland and Marine '
Bisks at current rates of premium. ,
Losses fairly adj usted and promptly paid,
' DinKfiTfina- .
TFKcltdrt, '' F Ball,- SWPomeroy, '"'
wuiiam uionn, w u wniccnor, w v inann.
Bobert Mitcholl, W H Comstock, LOE Stoue,
Bobt Buchanan. (lOHhnw. &n Stall.
Wm Hellew, Beth Uvaus, JHTsaffe,
jiavia uiosoii, ti uraenman, J Ulsnam, .
Ii Clearwater, Thos KKlliott.
T. F. KCKKBT, Prosblent. '
Btspheh Mobbe, Secretary. ' nog
Fire and Marine Insurance.
; Citlzeus Insurance Company)
i OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, v .
! " 1 - DIBKCTOES: ' , t '. -. )
i . William Wood. Isoao 0. Copeleu, ,
I James F. (Junulngbam, Hydney S. Clark,
! Andrew Erkonbrechor, Joseph Beakirti '
: tleo. W. Bishop, ' Wm. Fisher, ;.
I .1.. (Joorge B. Dixon. .
1BAAO . COI'ELKN, President;
Ueo. W. Copsin, Kecretary. - ;'
; A, U. BOSS, Surveyor,
'Is prepared to Issue Policies on Fire and Marine
jiiHKs, on Tavorauie terms uuice Mo. 3 Wist Third-
Btreet, Trust Co. Bnlldlng. '
; National Insurance Co.,
. Clnclunntl, Ohio. .-.'--'1.1-;-;
(Office South-west Cor. Main and Front-streets,)
Marine, Inland Transportation' and
i i. lire Wake ;.
TAKEN AT CUttttKNT UATR8.
'I : ' 11 DIBBOT0R8:
John Burgoyne, Kit Smith,
Wm Bepworth, Obaa L Moore,
F X Wiedemer. Thos One,
' J.' :; n
Bobert Moore, '
8 W bmlth, . ..
1 li ttoss. Thos It Vlrgs,
U. 0. UBNEK.Bac y. JMU. BUBUuVNE, rres.V '
noabfm - P. A. Sphuimab, Surveyor.
ETAUUS1II) IN 1820.1
i CAPITAL 8150,000.
OFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
BDBBS against loss and Damage by Fire; also:
Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation.
t ' DIBBOTOK8I ' '"! '-
Jno.W Hart well, Allen Collier, William Rosor.
John W Kills, James Lunton, Clias.W Buwland,
John W Dudley, James A Fraaor, J W Cnnfleld,
1 T Woodrow, BMW Taylor, A 8 Wiuslow,
0 S Wlllkinis, U Mcnimey, Bowmau C Baker.
JOHN WHAKTWKIiL, President,
0. W. Whmaiis, Secreturr. nog
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: "oo 25 HawvH 'm. av.
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qioio uilla 'saaaoiij juoij Seamosur lumu , -ueu
mu iepud pus aoddii moq (rp0i jraoj souiuaj-wx
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ROOFING! ROOFING J
THE OUTCAIiT Et A5TIC ME
TALLIC BOOFINO" Is offered to the public
as the best and ohenpest Metal Koof now used, its
merits tested by an experience of years In this city
and vlolnlty. Applied -to flat or Uep.old or new
buildings.. No solder ilsed fastened aecurelr with
out exposure to tbe action nf the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed fur shipment to any part ol
.,,n uuim to-, v .rv .
ordinary mechanical skill,
aim uuiieu otate., v.u aupnou uy any one wit
Orders nrnmntl. eil
laa West Second street.
WILLIAM DISNEY, ATTORNEY
AT LAW, Chase Buildings No. last Third
street, , j ,t., .,8..!; t-:: i .. i.aptr.
: ,;.t , 1 f' ' .
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Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Great Western and North-western
Great Western and North-western LINE.
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
The Shortest Berate between (Jluclnnatl
, and Cbleaao. .
Three PassenferTralnsleaveClnolnnatldaUjr, from
the foot of M ill and Front streets. '
li0 A. M.-Chlcatto Mull arrives at Indianapolis
at 12:10 P. M Chicago at 10:W 1'. Al. Thia train
connects With all night trains out of Chicago tor
the West aud North-west; connects at Indianapo
lis with trains for Terra Hauls; also with Pern
trains for 1 era, Logan.port, Fort Wayne and To.
14)43 P. M. Terre Haute and Layfayette Ao
bouimouanon arrives at Indianapolis nt t:ii P. M.,
making direct connections nt Indianapolis with La.
tayette trains for locator, Springuold, Naples, Ouln
cy, Hannibal and SI. Joseph,
7 P. lU. iJbicago iixpr.es arrives at Indianapolis
at 115 A. II., makinar cless connections at Chicago
with al I morning trains out of Chicago,
Sleeping ears are attached te all tne night traits
on thin line, and run through to Chicago without
obange of oars.
This is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with favorable and roliable arrangements
with all connective roads thioughout the entire
West, trnaran tes unusual care and t a amplest ao.
oommodation to the patrons ol this line.
Tbe Compi y'a exclusive Telegraph Line is used
when noccesi y, to Kovurn the uiovement of trains,
and Ijniiglirtdays celebrated Patent Brakes, are at.
tached to all paeeoogor 11 aim, by which tbey can be
perfectly controlled; besides all llie otber modern im
provements necessary for the comfort aud safety ol
passengers, the managers or this road bare liberally
Hmoking-oars on this line.
' avr -Be sure yoo are in tbe right ticket office before
you purohase yonr tickets, and ask for Uckota via
Iiawrencebnrg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same as by any otbor route, Baggage
checked throngb. -
THROUGH flUKITS, good until used, can be ob.
tained at tbe ticket offices, at Spencer House Gorntr
north-west corner Broadway aud Front; No, 1 Bur
net House Corner; at tbe Walnut-street House, and
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on Front street, where
all necessary infc rmation may be had.
Omnibuses rut v and from men train, and will
rail for passengers at all hotels and alt parts ol the
city, b leaving kddress at either office,
I . V , . ., W. II. Ii, frOBLB,
noil v ' General Ticket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
CilX DAILY TRAINS
Trains rnn through to fllevelanil fii.ri.lni.b. To
ledo and ludlanapoila without change of cars.
Through Tickets for all Kastern, Western, North.
ta and North-western cities.
H A. 01- K.VPitKHH TRAIN For Hamlllon,
Rlcbsnond, Indianapolis, La'ayette, Clucago, and all
W.stern Oitiea. Oonnecta at lilchinond with 0. and
0. Koad for Logansnort, Ac. '
TiSO A. III. TIIA1N For Dayton, Bpringfleld,
Snnduaky, Toledo aud Uhicngo. This train makes
(lose connections with nil trains leaving Chicago the
same evening. Also counsels at Umuat ion Co
lumbus; at Hellerontaine with B. and I. II. K East
and West; at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
Chicago Uallroad Kimt and West; at Clyde with
Cleveland aud Toledo Bailroad trains for Cleveland
and Detroit: at Cay ton for Greenville, Union, Win
chester and Jtluncle; also, at Ilaniliton for Oxford. Ao.
10 A. Al. jKXPK.Kt!TKAIN-For Cleveland '
via Delaware lor Dunkirk, Dullulo, boston, New
Vork, and all Kaatorn cities Also connects at Crest
line for Pittsburgh, PhJUdelphU. Baltimore, aud all
3i40 1. 1. TRAIN For Ilumllton, Richmond,
Inilianapolls, Torre Uauto and Hnint Louis.
3:30 P.M. THAI N For Dayton, Springfield,
Dollefontaino, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Cliicagu, and
all points in Catiada. (joiinoctsat Bellefoutaiue with
II. and I. B, K East and West. Also, connects at
ilumllton for Oxford. Ao. '
Ii30 P. M. KXPIlRSTItAIN-ForCleve.
land via Delaware tor Dunkirk, liutlulo, Boston,
KJ..... -V..-1. 1 ,. v. ......... a 1
.Ton iui.,nuunii nninu uiioa. A i.u, UMUIieClB a.
Crestlino for l'itrsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
aud all ttestern eltlet.
tsO'Tlie night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
U:3oP.M..ieavoadailv kxoepf Savumhavr. AllAtli.v
trulim leave daily l.xo.H' SifaBAVtu
- i. r..- . , . .1..,.- 1..111..
Ticket offices-north-east corner Front and Broad,
way; No. 1M Walnut-street, near Gibson House; at
tbe new Ticket OfBoe, on the west sldeof Vine-street,
betweenlPostoMceand Barast Uouseiat the Wahmt.
street House. or at tho Slxtb street Depot.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Two Through Express Trains.
FIRST TRAIN DAY BXPRESS AT 10
' A. St., connects via Columbus and Cleveland;
via Columbus, Steubcuville and Pittsburg; via
Ooiurubus, Crestlino and Fittsburg; via Colum
bus and Bel lair (WhcelinO. Also, Springfield, for
Siiiiilusky, Detroit, Ao. This train store between
Cincinnati and Columbus, at all tbe principal eta-
MKrONIJ TTtA IN-Columbus Accommodutlon
nt4i ll V. M. This train stops at all stations be
tween uinclnuatl aud Columbus, and Cincinnati and
Srrlngfielrt, , . ,
THIRD TEAW-tflgTit fapross at 11i30 P.
H., connects via Colambus end Bellair (Wheeling);
via tlolnmbus, Crestline aod Pittsbnrg; via Colum
bus Hteubeuville and Pittsburg; via Columbus aud
, This Train stors at Loveland, Morrow, Xenla
and London. SUBKl'INOOAJtS ON THIS TBAIN.
atav-Tbe iw Kmre'is runs tnrongn to uieveland,
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via Steubenf II le. without
chaoge of cars. ' 1
xne muuT xiAraiiiBn rrain leaving uinomnaii
at li0 P. Jtt., runs daily, except SATURDAYS.
Tbe ottior.Trainsruu daily, excoptBDNDAKS.
For all information, and Through Tickets to Boa.
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton. .Bnffnlo, Niagara Falls. Dunkirk, Cleveland,
PltteburE, Wheeiine, mid all tbe EuitTii places,
apply at the Offices, Walnut Street House, No. 4 Bur
net House, south-east cvmorol Broadway and Frost
streets, and at the Kastern Depot.
Trains run oy uoiumtius time, wnicn is seven mm
atoa faster than OiucluuaU time.
. T v ti " i. . vn .1 . .
, I ' e, VVMRU, DUp
Omnlbnsee oall for passengers by leaving directions
I tbe Ticket Office. . . noM .
Commencing May 22, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THBOUOB WITHOUT OH ANGB OF 0AB8.
Two Dallr Train lor Vinoennes. Cairo aud St.
Xouls, at VM A.M., and 8:30 P. II.
Three Dully Trains fur, Louisville, at 9:00 A.M., ;
2:00 P. M., aud 8:90 P. M. - '. i-
i uae l rain lor juransvwo ai:au r. n.
! The Trains connect at St. Louis for all points In
Kansas and Nebraska, Tlaunlbal, Qulncy and Keo.
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Yicksburg,
Natchez and Now Orleans;- i. ..;.
One Through Train on Sunday at 8:30 p. M.
Uxtdbmiho Fast Line Leaves East St. Louis.
Sundays excepted, nt 6:90 A. M., arriving at Cincin.
nnti a imiu r. bl. . ,
HxrBEM Tbain Leaves East St. louts dally at 2:40
P. M., arriving atClnelnnatiat(l:4AA. M.
Fn THROntHI TKJKFTH ' ' '
oeveiiiu-oireew, no. t Durueh jinose, ooraer omce,
nortb-west oornor of Front and Broadway, Spencer 1
llonsoumoe, anuactno iiopoc. corner rront anil m III-
streets. W. U. CLEM KN T, Oen'i. Superintendent.
Oinniuuses can tor passengers. ' - ocZ9
Cincinnati, Richmond &
itofflfouh Route for
. XKBKH HAUT,
i BX DOOIBl -l i 1 . i
' i - :,i DAFATsTrTsl. ,r
I I: UHI0AO0,' ' '.' '
. , o.. !,- , ,i'l .. . IiOOANSPOBT. " '
L . rii. v-k ' " FsWU, " ;'
' ' f' ' FORT WATKM (1
TWO DAILTTHBOCSHTBAINS leaveSixth street '
m, . Depot, at A. M. and 4:30 P.M.
S A. M. INDIANAPOLIS, ST. LOUIS t CHIC A.
00 FAST BX PltiC8o.-Th roiiRh dl root, making cloa
connections for all otber Western and North-western
B lints. This Train also connects at Blcbmond witb
lncinaati and Chicago Boads, for Anderson, Koko
moDogausport, and all poliitf on Vabass, Vall.f
4:MP.' M.-INDIANAPOIIB, OHIOaOO A ST. -LOUIS
NIGHT KX)'BEHH.-The above Trains make
olose oonnootions atl Indianapolis, LnfayotteandChl.
oago, with Trains for Term Haute, Springfield, Bock
Island, tialeeburg, Kenoaba LaCrceae, Jacksonville,
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Mattuon, Naples,
Galena, Qulncy, Prairie du Omen, Pane, Peoria,
Dunleltb.Baolne, Decatur, Bloov.lngton, Jellet, La
Salle, St. Paul, and all town) and cities in the North
sMTThrqugh Tickets given and Baggage oheoked.
'Forfurther information and Through Tickets, spi'.
Sly toTlokot OflioM.novthrt'astoornerol Front and
roadway) So. im Walnnt street, near Fonrtbl at
acnih-east eornsr or Fourth and Viae street, or at
tiie Sixth-itreot Depot. - x ,
X. A. MOBBOW, tnp9.Mtenent. "
' Omnibuses will rail for paaseng in uy leaving their '
nmnes at either e( lb Ticket OA ee. , '
:1m ,,, , .:! :"'. ) .W'H.oVl nil, Agent, '
j .:'..' wi!,! ii.ij in'" i ' .