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[From the London Once A Week.]
THE SONG OF THE BROKENHEARTED.
BY E. H. PEMBER.
IIr form iu bnt, her steps were small,
She oarae up the path alone;
Ami sat her town ou the church-yard wall,
With her foot on the stepping-stone.
A look ahe wore of the wasted year,
Whose beamy and strength wereorer,
But her to Ice was low, as of old, and clear,
And the sang of her buried lorer:
"The year la dying, Ita leaves are red,
Ita sights and its soon 1a are dreary;!
The year la drlng aboTe the dead,
And the living are lone and weary.
"Drearily awing the chorch-yard chime,
And drearily creaks the yew:
He died rn the goodly summer-time;
May I die in the summer, tool
"He died while the corn was tall and green,
Kre the brood of the lark had down:
rjo died while the blossom was on the bean,
lie died while tho fields were mown.
"I kept my last watch oyer hie bed,
'Twaa noon, and bis hour drew near:
I would leok 01 the esrth once more, he aald,
Will you show it me, Mary dear?'
"Sit I raised him np till he saw the skies,
The He ids, aud the church, and the rivor;
Tb n I laid him down and closed his eyes,
The eyes that loved forever,
"Sod grant me to live till the spring be here,
And so look on the year's bloom:
'Xwtre awl to die while the earth la drear,
Amid winter winds aud gloom."
fib rose, and under the wall she pasted,
To her houie in the village lane;
Thnu, h the yew tree branches hurried the blast,
And the bells brake furth again;
"II ii died while the scent was In yon lime,
And the woodbine that wreathed It blew;
11 i died in the goodly lummer-time:
May I die in the summer, tool"
Hut there seemed a tongue in their clanglngchlme,
Alia a voice in ine creating yew,
That said, " He died in the summer-time,
Thou shalt die in the summer, tool"
Novel ibrmination or a duel that
Didn't Comb Off. Two individuals in
California quarreled over some trivial af
fair recently, and, being chivalrous, de
termined to arrange matters aooording to
"code." Accordingly theychose seconds,
woapons and ground, and went into the
lainut'uo of a well-regulated fight They
ware to trv to norlorate each other s car
casses with six-Bhootors, at the distance of
fifteen paoes, nnd, in order that they might
tutly carry out suon virtuous intentions,
they were to have six shots each. Upon
tbo arrival oi the parties on the ground
the Tmnoipals didnt ieel bait so san
guinary as they had expeeted to. ' One of
them said that he couldn't "shuto a follow
critter," and besides he was too drunk to
do it. The other then swore he wouldn't
tap a whiskey cask with a bullet anyhow,
nnd so tlie matter ended
Powbe of Nicknames. No name oan
cscapo being turnod into ridicule by
adding to it a droll prefix Lyon, whom
1 know at college, says a recent popular
writer, was everywhere greeted as "Dandy
than he was by this ridiculous joke, and
great was his relict when ho inherited an
estate, with the nrivileere of assuming the
naino of Winder. Had he laid aside his
absurd style of dress, it is possible he
mikt have escaped the ridicule to which
he had exposed himself; but his relentless
companions merely altered his nickname,
nnd he was evor aftorward known us
illeclianies' Fair, '58
December 7, 1358.
rriLt IS STOVE HAS NOW BEES BEFORE
. she public three seasons, and owing to its pop.
iilarlty and tncreaaed demand, we have been coin
to make two moro sized having SIX sites
lumplotu, snltable, from the smallest family up to
Die largest class boarding-house. The celebrity
these Cloves have gained for themselves can not be
too highly appreciated, as every family having them
in usocan truly testify.
Thanking t he public for their generous support, If
is our determination to supply the wants of the coin,
niunity with the benefits which a practical taechaii
cul education can only snpply.
ADAMS & PECKOVER
Inventors, Ptoprleter b Manalhetarer,
NOVELTY IKON FOUNDERI,
FOliiVTH-ST., NEAR SMITH, CIN., 0,
Wh heg loave, moat respeotfully, to offer the follow
lug certificates and references of famillea using the
A tligntor, which will, at a glance, remove all doubta
nf ita iutriusic merits;
Fur Koine months I have lieea nslng the Alligator
Coal Cooking Stove. Ita snperior cooking auaGtiee,
com liiued with its cleanliness, must eventually secure
to the owuors a large share af public patronage.
, . JOHN MchKAN.
I have been using one of Messrs. Adams A Peck
over's Alligator Cook Stoves for some months, which
gives entire aatislaction in every nspoct, and can
i-.heermlly recommend it to those who are in want of
u superior cook stove. H. H. LEAV1TT.
Ji'or the last year I have been nsing the Alligator
foal Cooking Stove, manufactured by Messrs. Adams
A Peck over, which! consider a superior stove, and
tivos the utmost satisfaction. It is the only stove 1
uve found that cooks perfectly with coal.
or some time past I have been uslngoueof Messrs.
A dams A Peckover's Alligator Coal Cooking Stoves,
and cuu recommend them as being a superior stove,
giving entire satisfaction In every respect.
. ., ,J0 BUHHNELt, Coal Merchant.
I cheerfully indorse the above.
Hon. Judge McLean, Clif- Joseph W.Wayne, 391, 8th
ton, M. Brooke, Jilt. Auburn
ion Judge Leavltt, 89 K. Bev. W. s. Kennedy, 14
J mine Van Ham, 292 J. P. Jones, it Fourth,
fourth, ,. , ' Dr. Norton, 334 Fourth,
Jmlm Iloadly, 2703d, D. Thatcher, 829 Oeorge.
IJr. llolker,6s8lh, Wm. Jolly, ll6th,
(Jiri.lirnhan Asylum.Ilm, Jos. Talbott, 400 7th.
.John Kidder, 349 4th, 8u,Get7Jndaner. 13.1 Smith
II . Funk. a V ne, Mrs. M. P. Taylor. 2o 00.
Jo. g'hneU, coal mer. Mrs McPherson, 8. B. oor.
.las. Espy, M8ltb, Hlxtb and Race,
n." nffv r:?i uf W V' & f - cl"k I""" office,
I' yi?;?:itor"TDl Reaver, 393 John,
A;,nW- Irrn,!',i J.P.Whitman, Wash-
. ?ca. n , , Jngtou Institute,
A, "n0.?" V0!?.!' Hook.auS George
W . B. Wolli, Oln'tl Type f. F. Brooks, 14U John,
roiindry- Jackson M. Noble, 411 3d,
B. C. Boss.lM Longworth, II. Hackman,4fi6il. '
lhjii. tJhadwlck, 304 4th, (Jhas. (Joodman, 248 4th.
T W. Hgragne, 193 7th, . John C. Morris 1 13 Mill,
Mr. Houghton, IBO 8th, J. A. Stacy. 444 8th, '
Wm. Conistoo, 261 4th, . Gibson & M'Oonald, Vina
U. Hole, 361 7th, - - laaao Marsh, m Ooorge,
John Anderson, 413 4th, Xlara P. Lannioa, 12 0th;
Jonathan Oarden. las 4tn. : I. H. Vnlaii,r'
W, . W.Wood444th, ' worth and Western-row,
John leaner, Wrigbtson D. K. Uady, 7 8th, ,
Oo.'s BjjBtlnf oltlce. Kit Uurnatt, 164 Mi, T
James S. WM. ley 6th. - aolJ
THE OYSTER TRADE.
- .... '
J. FARROW Si SON'S
received daily by me Adams ex
press Uonipauy. in whole aud half caus.
All Oysters sola warranted fresh and of
the very beat quality. J. B. OWINGS,
Aaent. No. 27 fifth-street, bet. Main
N. B.-lbe trade supplied on the most liberal
terms. - ocjacin
TODD'S OYSTER HOUSE,
kND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
.Aoncr for the sale of Hatch. 1' 'Jn A Co. 'a
Shell, Keg, and Can Oysters. Also, Eresn Core and
8p,ced Uystera, lo. 41 many triends and patrona
will nod only choice articles, auu ai as iuw pneos a
those cnarged for inferior elsewhere.
Oysters cooked in Eastern stylo at our nsual mod-
eralo charges. . , .... ..
Bo member, 2S3 Walnut -street, flfth door above
Sixth, Cinoiuaati, Ohio. - OC13
TODD'S OLD STAND,
1KQ daily. Bows. Mahony & Co.'s Globrated
Planted Uysters,which 1 am selling at unprecedented
low prices by case or dozen. Dealers aud Families
wauling a very large, f rush Oyster, will pleaae send
their orders. Attached to this establiitliment is a
nice, quiet, respectable Saloon, where you can have
Oys'ers Cooked in every style, and served up in a
clea land superior mauner. Charges !ei8 thau at any
other place. loclilj JOHN NAIRN.
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WEST FIFTH-STREET.
nnHE 6UBSCRIBER IS NOW EE0EIV
M. ING daily, per Express, his splendid Uysters.
Having completed arrangements In Baltimore, oi,
the most extensive scalo, 1 will at all times durlnc
the season be prepared to fnrniah my friends, "ami
tbo rest of mankind," with the most DKLl0lOi:t
B1VALVKH imparted to the Queen City. None bui
the very best imported, Great inducement offerer:
at this Importing-houee.
Order solicited aud promptly filled. Terms cash
top 161 8ololinportorimd Proprietor.
PICK LED OYSTERS
nnHK SUBSCRIBER IS J0W RECEIV.
M. ING DAILY, by the Adams Sipress, MALT-
DIB woria-renownoa cammore
Fresh Can, Keg and Shell Oysteri
I'rosta, Herniotically-sealsd 00VB, 8PI0KU am
S0J3EBT ORE, Agent
Sep7-tf Depot, 11 West rifth-street
Coal Cooking Stove,
AWAKDKD TUB SILYEii MEDAL
STATE FA lit,
Ileld at Zunesville, October,
CIIA1IB1MI & CO,,
SAMPLE AND SALE-ROOMS,
No. SI and 3 Viiie-sf.,
(Second door Below Columbia,)
O II It).
HARRISON & COLLINS'
CENTRAL BEE-HIVE GALLERY, cor
ner of Fifth and Western-row. Photographa,
Holaiiiotvws and Ambrotvees taken chearier than
eitewhere in the city. Oil Colored Photographs
maueoi an sizes, irom ine to toe smallest mlitlitturi'.
f murrs neitly set in lyicaeU, tireaat-pius, Fineor
riiigs and Bracelets. All work warranted
ii0i4-ay A. . BbuUH, Artist.
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS F0UNP
at bast lost what the Ladfas hara lone nuAilen
asd looked for in rain, the Uterine Elixir.
rn L terine iixir u warranted, to cure all dis
n of a I urine Nature: Indammation of the
Womb, tha Kidneys, the Ovaries, and the fjrtthra.
riuMpu, miins tin i uiuui k tuioi iueus ru
ation, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; in fact, a perfect cure
is guarrauteed by the use of from two to live bottles
of the Elixir, of any disease whatever of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
matter of bow long stauding. Frico Si per Bottle,
Madanfe ELLIS calls particular attention to the
following Hard of one of the most prominent Drug,
gists of Cincinnati.
IO THI I'llULlCAND THK 1ADIES I1V rAaTIOOLAB.
We. tbaotideraiened. are not in the habit of nivliif
our name to Patent Medicines; but knowing well tht
laaj rurvmau, nuu tueiueuiciuv caiieuiue ut'irini
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend it to all female
(offering from Female Diseases of any kind; it I'
purely vegetable, and in no oaso can do injury; wi
ay to all try, and our word for it, you will hud re
lief, r. D. BILL, DrngKlit,
ss37 -comer or r nth and llace-strests."
f ADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH 6IMU-
ITJ. LATINO COTJGU AND LIVEIt BALSAM
cures, without fail, pains in tlio iireast, Duck,
aim vi pinion, uufii., uviub, noareeuoBM, 1,1m
culty of Breathing, Ileadachn, Vlatuloncy, Ileurt-
nnrn. vnronic Kiieumatisin, Diiiious uuonc, uramp
(Jbolis. drioing Pains of the Bowels. Dullness.
Htnpor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, and in Pain-
mi jnenairuanon li is a cerium cure, anu gives
Immediate relief. In any of the above dlsoaset
It will give relief In twenty minutes, and a perma
nent cure uy ine use or two Domes, uniyoaceuts
per bottle so cheap that every person cau get it.
N. B. For sale by F. D. HILL, Druugist, corner
of Baceand Fifth-streets; J. D. I'AItK, corner of
Fourth ani Valnnt; 8UIHK, KCKS'l'LiN Sc "'.,
corner Vine and Fourth; JOTIN DIOKSuN, cortier
of John and Sixth; PAUL RK1NLK1N, corner nl
uigninanosreeniuu. Also, jcuwaiid NUANLAN
corner oi main ana n ourtn; and aiadame
KLLIa, 34 Bast Fourth. sop27.ay
PATENT MACHINE-MADE TAPER
niej ti n...r,t,.. it..... t,.i ,
jjauo. wi uivn-i jyiujemHii i en senium HUU
others, inade from extra quality of Wrapping, Ala
nilla and W h ite Tea 1'aner.
),uo no. i wrapping aud Manilla:
Mi.ikiO No. 2
" ),() No. 8 "
2110,0110 No. 8 ' " '
fcJO.UOONo. 10 "
amt.OOO No. 13 '
HPO.OOO No. 18
aio.ooo No. 18
ai,uoo No. no '
iJNJ.Wsl No. 25
No. 1 White Tea Bag;
The above arj put op In packages of 600 bags each.
We are mannfoctiirlng from sixty to levouty-flve
thoasaod Bags per day.
,, NIXON A CHATFIELP,
Paper Has Manufaoturers.
And Wholesale Paper Dealers,
ii ano iv n ainiit.stroet,
4rpHANKSGIVING OYSTERS." I
, will be supplied with on extra lino quality
of Oysters for Thanksgiving. Just the thing to stuff
your turkeys with.
JOHN FERGUSON, Grocer,
nol8 ' Corner Ninth and Vine-streets.
NEW PENNSYLVANIA BUCKWHEAT.
I have oil hand a lot of Pennsylvar. la Hnck
wheat which I am selling iu 10, 12, lb and (kjl b. sacks,
and by the barrel.
juiia r uuuubon, lirooer,
Corner ninth aud Vlno-streols.
GOODS FOE THANKSGIVING, NEW
Balslns, new Klgs, now Ourrouts, Prunes,
AWnondi, Pecans, Ifllberts, Cream Nuts, 4c, iu
stare and Tor sale by
-, , JOHN FERGUSON, Orocor,
D018 , Corner of Ninth sod Vine-streets.
D. DE FOREST,
Book - Binder and Paper' Ruler,
Third story Times Building, win do ail work In bl
lias with neatness and dispatch. jy2a-ly
A. B. COLVILLE,
Mo. 41 East Beconil-street, between Bycamore and
Broadway, Uincluuatl, keeps every inscription or
t'eauter, Plntform, Cntlle, Ilnllroad Depot,
and Trnck Scales Truok,N
Iron Wagons, asp,
epalr ng done on the shorteet notice. noTni
r, r. car and switch locks,
Door and Gate-Springs,
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted.
The public are respeotfully Invited to call and ex
am ins the various patterns and prices. All Jobbing
promptly attended to i
ao2cia No. 1M Fiftn-street, 2d door from Bace.
OAND Y ! OANDY
(Socoessor to MtibiAOo.)
Manufacturer aud Wholesale Dealirs
-IN- ' '
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI
B. KITTKEDGE & CO.
134 MAIN BTP-KKr, OINOINNAT1, 0.
KITREDGE 8t FOLSOM,
1.1 St. Oharlss streat, New Orleans, La.,
Importers ofGimsjtfc Svortlutr Appurntns,
AND DftUIiKKB IK GUH POWDSR.
(Fronting tha Steamboat Landing.)
No i tU-cast Corner Ilroadwaj and Front.
- . CINCINNATI, OHIO.
R. P. LEVERING, Proprietor.
I WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
H kXVI AOTUBXBg AND DIALZ1S IS
FURNITURE, CHAIRS, AND ALL
kinds of MuttrcSHOS and Bedding, at the old
stuncL No. 13A Sycamore-street, east eide, between
Fourth and Fifth-stroots, seventh store above
Fourth-street, Church Pews lined and cushioned.
All ordora promptly attended to. ocl-cm
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
fct ANUIACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET
lvjS. end Holler Iron, Plow Blabs, Hallroad Spikes
Etc. Also.Aeenta for the sale of lronton Star Nails
Warerooms No. ly JCaat iiecoiid Utroot, Cinclnoat t
smt All kinds Iron made to order. IDS
tSENDEET STL. ' JAMIS TIBBX
L. BYL & CO..
CLEANERS OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. W Sixth-street, between Vine and Race, in
the Medical College, Olucinnati, Ohio. Persons who
may tavor uswith their patronage, can rely on puno
tuallty and low prices. aepl-ay
Money! JTIoney! iTIoncy!
itrmoveo' from 90 West Slxtfc-atraot,
ONEY'IiOANKD ON WATCnES, JEW-
VT OV nil Irlln Xt..l. .a,
uui auu oi niuurj vi ui op vuaiJUlai). WW
rntos of intermit! bt Ko. 173 Viuo-rilnt, tweva
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, NO. 8 EAST
Fourth-street, between Main and Broamo-e, Cin
cinnati. auriie-blndlng !n every style, slash Books neat
ly aud durably bonnd. 0. OHO? r-Kli.
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. 81 F1FTU-STEEET, SOUTH BIDE,
(Near the corner of Tine,)
C. I,. VICKKRSi Proprietor.
Oysters and Game served iu all styles. Jleuls at all
DR. SAITI'I, .SILSRE
ESPECIALLY TEEATS DISEASES 0
THE BKIN, nriEBMATIBM, EISEA8K3 OT
WOMEN, and such Chronio complaints as maybe
benefltted by the Hygyonio and Atmopathlo system
of his office. f ' . i;t
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenio, Mercury, Tr&.
klsh, Bnssian aud Kloctro-Chemical Baths, a Bis
pentiary of Medicine, and every mauner of Klectrlc
and Maimetlc Apparatus. ,
NO. 7 WEST bEVENTH-STKKBT. ' "
SHrOfHcB hurs A. M. to 6 P. ania-Hf
R, S. NEWTOU, M. D.
0.?So6, 90 West Seventh Street,
MTWIC rim AKD A0l.
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
OmoR No. 90 Went Seventh street, between Tins
anil Ilaco. Khsidsnof No. dS Seven I h street, fco-wee-i
Walnut and Vino, Ornos llooas 114. to Sit
A. ! : lt.2) I'. M.i f f P. M. .
WM. M .HUNTER.,
0. RI'MHAM. H. A. 8MITB
BON5ALL. St. SWIITrl,
No. 118 We ( Sixth. straet,
(Successor to Knowlton ft Taft.)
No. 30 Weat Vonrth Ht., bet. Wnlnul dc Vlue
I. L. RAHLKST. H. B. SHItH,
Drs. IIAM1EN & SMITH.
No. 3 Weet Fvurth St. ,
(. WiHIILS. J. DOtgHTV,
BUS. "WAXDIS & DOUGHTY,
OfSee No. 138 Wopt Fourth street, '
II. P. ELI A$
New ' Wliolesftle 1
WATCH & JEWBLRY HOUSE
16 West Fourth Street,,;
Where can be had every artlolo appertaining to ibs
Basinets at radch less prlee, for CASH, than
has ever before been offered In tbls market. - ' " 1
QIVE US A CALL
'J J KW EL BR, '
No. U N, K. Cor. Fifth and Lodge streets, betwae
Walnut and Vine, Cluciunatl.
A good assortment of HILV tli and PLATED WABX,
BI'KUTACLH, etc., kept couslantly on band.
Heooial attention given to Oloaning and Ucjpalrlng
n.ivuHsnuiiiiweiry. a yio
HECiGS A SMITH, No. 6 WeVrft 8t.
ARB NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watohet, Jewelryi
Silverware and Diamonds.
A line amort men t of Plated Tea 8U and Ontiery
and Cpsra Classes, - - :1M .
The Latest Improvement
i BROW N'S SIIUTTIE ' .
MANUFACTURED t BY THE OHIO
Sewing Maohiue Oompany, 40 VYost Fourth.
Lstreet.expreesiy adapted lor Family lie, lress filak
riiig, Gaiter Fitting and Tailoring. Warranted to
give perieci satisiaaiioq or tae money reiamea, no
not tail to examine bsfors putcbasiug.- Extra in
daRementf offered to Agehts. . f
. t. BROWN, Agent,
not-em ' ' 40 Wast Foiirlh-street.
LADD, WEBSTER , oc" CO.'S
10CK BHTOH , , f
80 West Fotirth-stri ef ,
Between Vine and- WalnntjrtreeU, Cincinnati. ,
syp Bend fbraOlrculaj. ' .1 . . -
$30. 7 $30. $30. $30.
: MOORE S
1 BEOCEKD BY BKCIHT LXTTKB8 PATtNT.
ri1HI& MACHINE - HAS BEEN PRO
M. NOUNCKD by all competent jadsefi, who
have seen it, to be the best and most deslrabla Fam
ily Sewing Machine ever introduced, reanrdleae
sf price. It will sew all kinds of family goods,
from the very thickest lo the very finest fabrics made,
and uses all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 21)0. ,
No oil la used on top of the Machine. '
Bend for a circular, or cull and see it in operation.
Cpon early application, State and Oounty Uhjhtemay
Aneaergetlo person can make A fortune In a short
time. Agents wauted in all unsold territory. , -11.
Be le and exclusive agent for tlio United States,
sepMfmt WN Went P'niirtli-stroot. Cincinnati.
Day's Medal Jobber,
W. T. & S. D.DAY &CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In , .
(BOTH HAND AND POWBB,)
Anil nil kinds of Prim lug Material, No.
173, 173 nnd 177 West Necontl-gtreet,
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
to our B1KPAL JOBBKR. Within the last
eighteen months we have introduced them Into four
teen different .States of the Union, whir the greate-it
satisfaction to tho parlies purchaniiiK. Thepowerla
applied to the center of the pluten ; consequently
there is no possibility of its spriuglug from any
amount of pressure. The motion is so transmitted
to It as to cause n dwoll on Ihn point of conflict with
the form.inKiiriuE A. l'EBKi;JT liU'UDSSION at
ohigh rule of speed.
l'rinters In want of the BEST JOtlREH should
not purchase elsewhere without Kivlng this an ex
amination. 'Xbey are strong, d uraule aud rapid, and
are WARRANTED to give the most entire satis
faction. ' no3
Iffl!; '! : '.!
mnE MosTREiiAnr.nt'iRE a?hd
lltL' BURGLAR PKOOF SAFKS.-They have given
moro satislnotlon tnan any other now iu use.
Weofferareward of ONE THOUSAND DOTo
I. A KM to anr person that cau, np to the prosent
ti mo, show a single Jnstanee wherein (hey have failed
to preserve their contents.
With thisSAKH we cballeno all competition, as
being tho best Tiro I'roof, Burglar Proof,-or Sire
and Burglar Proof how made; and are willing to
tost with any estahllahmont in the Union, and the
party failing first, to forfoit to the other, the sum
of f 2,000. .-.- -V .
we are prepared t o furnish a better Bnfe, and at less
cost, than any other nianufacturur in the United
B tales. , ,- , - - ,
Second -hand Safes of other tankers, also on band.
WoreBpectfully Invite thepuhllo to call and exam
ine our stock belbrw purchasing elsewhere.
flAI.L, OABItOLl CO.,
augl-ayt Nos. ll and 17 Bant Oolnmbla street,
. Wi B. D 01) D 8,
formerly of Hall.Dodd, & Oo.;late TJrbau.Dotldi A Co.
W.'ll. Dodds & Co.,
suacrAOTOariis or thi ,
Fire and. Burglar Prool
ei jeL tp. jei s!!v-;.-".
S. W. Corner of Vine tc Second Streeteu
This Is the moat reliable riRB- AND KORGLA
PKOOV HAFK that Is made In the United fiutfta.Rnri
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and Is of better workmanship than
can be found elsewhere, : ... . , ....
We have a large assortment on banal, and are da.
termlnf d to sell at prices that cannot fall to please.. ,
y Old Salet :
Taken In exchange. SECOND-HAND 8AFK9 al
ways on band at extremely low prices. - WH ,
SALT-WATER AND JLAKG FISH
TOZER'S EASTEllS PlSII DEPOT,
No. 308 Vlne-su, bet. Fifth nnd Sixth.
MR. TOZEE BEGS TO ANNOUNCfi
that he has established a rosnlar depot for the
sale ol all kinds of salt-water i'isn, frosh front New
York ; also Lake Flah from Uovolund aud Sandusky;
together with (Hams and Oveters in the shell, LoD.
sters, Crabs, Eeli (alive), aud all kinds of seasonable
Oameand Can Oysters, lie will furnish tbeatiove.
named articles iiK.PKlt THAN ANY OTHEH
FLACK IN Till CITY. Family orders promptly
attended to and sout home fn a of charge, l'luasi
call aoit eave your orders. eoli
"JOTOTICE TO BUILDEItS. l'ROPOSALS
Xl will be received at the office of I Itojers,
Son t Co., No. 168 Vine-street, nntil the 2oth ot No.
veinlier, Inst., at 12 o'clock, for building the new
Cincinnati Uoapltal, on the site of the present
building, bounded by Western-row, Twelfth-street
and Jliaml Canal. . . ' .
Bids to be received for the whole job, and not In
parts. All bids to be made to conform to the plans,
speolAeatlons and terms of bids; all of which may be
seen at the otrice of Isaiah Bogota, Son A Co., 168
No bid will be received unless they conform to and
are made on the printed forms; also, the bidders to
name the price they will allow for the old materials
powon the ground. -
The security intended to be offered for the faithful
performance of the contract to named In the bids. .
OBU. W. UIINYAN, "
I Chairman Com. of Council of Public Buildings.
' Cincinnati, P.. Nov. 1. 1W9. ! uultt
-r -f J. Ji MJTLEit'h
Excelsior riuid Iiikn.
Mannfnctorr. 39 Vine St. 14'
BRANDY IN BOND. JOHN BATES HAS
jnstreoelved an Importation of choice Brandy
In X and Casks, Otard, Dupuy A Co.. aud Deuis,
Uouuie k Co. l'ur sale wholesale and retail.
NATIONAL T1IGATJCK BCILDINO, .
oc31 ... Bycamore-street.
WM. H. BAIDWIN, ATTORNEY
AND OOTJNSELLOB AT LAW and Master
Commissioner of the Superior and Common Fleas
Courts. Bank Bnllding, north west corner of Main
nd third-streets. ' i . noy
. V '. ' i ' 1 . X t :
BY STATE r AUTHOEITT.
Incorporated 1819. Char ter Perpetual
sarAaai,rv established In Cincinnati ifa 1 H'Jrl. an
tedating all preseot local Insurance Companies and
Agencies In the insurance business in this city.
years eonsl ant duty here, combined with wealth, ex.
erience, enterprise aud liberality, espooially com.
mend the ETNA Insnrance Oompany to thefarora
ble patronaxe of this comniunlte standing solitary
and alone, the sole snrvlvor and living pioneer of
Cluoiunatlnudi rwrltersof 1S5. . - - -.
Loasea paid In tlnclnnatl ilnrhig vast Flvo
Yenrs, 8150,054 iil.
IAB80LTJTH AND CNIMPAIBKD.J WITH A
SURPLUS OF 91,030,423 80.
And the prestige of m years tncooes and eapeaience,
c IrTVIBTMBHrS OV .
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
- UPWARDS OV 819,000,000, 1;OMAE9
Have been paid by thei&tna lnsurauce Company In
-the past 40 years.
Fire and Inlnnd Navigation. Blaks accepted
at terms consistent with solvency and fair profits.
Especial attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms of 1 to if .
Application mads to any duly nthorlred Agent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
imate insurance baslness, this Company is enabled
to offer both I mien, ally for the paat and security for
the future. P liclis issued without delay by
JAS. H, L A tl'KIt, Agent, No. 40 Alain street.
A. F. TATO I. Assistant Agent. -
II. K. 1,1 Ni) BY, Agont 171 Vine street.
J.J. HOOai ', Agent. Fulton, 17th Ward. aa
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
New Insurance Agency
01 Old Established .
OWES OWENS, jr, Agtnt
! No. 4 Public landing,
CINCINNATI, 0. ;"'
CONWAY INSURANTS CO., I
of Couway, Uasa, j
LAFAYETTB INS., CO.,
of Brooklyn, N. Y. i
HAMPDEN 1N8. CO., 1
of fjprlugrleld, Mom. f
BOARD OF CINCINNATI BEFKRENCE:
Hinkle, Guild A Co., it. A. Ilnlden A Co.,
Wilnou A Mayilen, llonrlman Vurnholss,
Ftadler 4 Bro N. W. 'fhomas 4 Co.,
Latimer, Oollmrn 4 t.upton, James Calhoun, Km.,
Kimble 4 Weed. - -
Bisks taken on the most favorable terms oonsislont
Losses honorably adjusted, and promptly paid In
(Late Assistant Sec'y Firemen's Ins. Co.) ,
Fire and Ma.lue Insurance Agencies -
in iiiiitAii co.,
OP HA RTlt)R, CONN.
Offloes: Nos. 171 Vice and 40 Main-streets,
.. 81,1)00,000 00
rjWIK UNDEKSIQNED KESrKCTFULLY
JL Inforin llieir friends nnd patninsthattheyliave
tins duy eole-nl into p.rtuorsliip, under the name
aiidaljIeol'CAIITEIt A LIN IIS KY, -i Hie Kire and
Marino lusurunce Agents of tho iF.nin lnsuraoe
Company, of Hartford, Conn., and havu therefore
connolidatod their sopaiale Ageuci-.a. For tlio Con
venience of their cuHtouirs and others, they con
tinue both olticea. No. 171 Vine mid No. 40 Malnr
street, wiiere they "ill he pleased to hear frem tlieir
friends, and trust tlmt the jjiitioiiagetliathaHliitherto
lieoii so liberally tiesiowecf to each will not diminish
by the union thus formed - -
CAltTEtt & LINDHBY, '
JAMES II, CART Kit, 1 AiH-nr
HKNRYK.LlNDbKY.; - Agents.
Cinciuniiti, Novuruber 1, 18M.
AVE8TEM 1NSUUANCK COMPANY
OFFICB IN THE SECOND 6T0RY OF
No. 3 front-street, between Main and Bycamore.
This Company is tukiug tire, lulaud and Marine
Bisks at current rates of premium, .
Losses fairly adjusted and promptly paid. - .
TFBckert, ' V Ball. iSWPomeroy,
William Glenn, W (J Whltcher, W C Maun.
Kobert Al ltcbeil, W II Coiustock, L Q E Htono,
Nobt Buchanan, OGSIiaw, - OeoMlall,
Wm Hollow, . - BethKvans, - ' JIITaaito,
David Gibson, II Draconian, J Ulshaui,
tl Clearwater, Thos K Klllc.it.
,. : T. F. HCKEST, President. '.
Btephbw Moms, Secretary. no8
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company.
SF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
William Wood, laaao O. Copolen,
James V. Ciinnliighani, Sydney 8. Clark,
Andrew Rrkenbreclier, Joaopli Reakirt,
Quo. W. Ulshop, - Wm. Visiter,
George B. Dixon. i n
ISAAC u. COPULEN, President.
i ito. W. Oopw.in, Secretary.
- A.M. B08B, Surveyor.
Is prepared to issue Policies on Fire and Marine
ItiskB, on favorable terms. Office No. 3 Wt-st Third
street, Trust Co. Building. . nogbfin
National Insurance Co.,
' (Office South-west Cor. Main and Front-streets.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
TAKKN AT Cl'IlBENT ItATUS.
John Burgoyne, E 11 Smith, Robert Moore,
Wm liepworth, Chae L Moore, M Fochholnier,
FXWiedemer, ThoaOnir, i B W hmlth, "
t L Boss. 1'hoa It lilggl, Homy Kills. ,
II. C. DBNEB, Btc'y. - JNO. BTJltGOVNE, Pres.
no8bfm P. A. gpniosiAti, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
V ESTABLISHED IN 1829. '
OFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. ; IN
rJUKKH against Loss and Damage by Fire; also:
Perils of the boa end Inland Navigation
Jno.W Hartwell, Allen Collier, 'William Itesof.'
John W Kills, - James Lunton, tlhae.W Rowland,
John W Dudloy, James A Vrazor, J W Caulleld,
O T Wooflrow, BUI W Taylor, A S Winstow.
OSWillhims, HMcBlmey, Ilowmau C Baker.
JOllfl W. UAHTWULL, Presideut,
O. W.WtlUAMa, Secretary. uo8
tUQI-VM) i 'SdSUM
Snisod mt-A uo4jdd no um unoj()n
qeaqg-viqinnioQ pus Aioj-tuisa 'ioj 'a "ii
Bieiiofl pu S9UU3 SqiKd -af jsarirafl
qtoif) ga)oa sjoiidwj tao it 'iraairiaspx inmfl "sjbu
-uiu Jtipun pus Jldn q)Oi; (rpTos ) -temuj-arr
KOTII NI da lUi 'S3ZI3 11 V
SIl!IffP30iI PUB UIOQ
2nnox pa Saipirut) 9QJJd (
THE "OUTCAtT ELASTIC ME
TALLIC BOOVINd" Is offered to the public
as the best and cheapest Metal Hoof now nsod, its
merits tested by sn experience of years in tbls city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
buildings. No solder used fastened securely with
out exposure to tlio action of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any pari ol
the United B tales, can be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Unlers promptly filled.
. CALDWELL A 00,
)yl-tf --; 13a West Becond street. '
WILLIAM DISNEY, ATTOENET
AT LA W.C'hase Buildings No. 6fcntThlrd '
street. -. - sept-ay -
f - '..o-.-i ... .
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Great Western and North-western
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
The Shortest lloute between Cincinnati
and thltogo. - a
Three PassengerTralnsleaveOinolnnatldally, from
thofootot Mllland Front streets...
KtfO A . M.-Chlcago Mull arrives at Indianapolis
at 12:1U P. M-, Chicago at l:S0 1. M- This train
connects with all night trains out of Chicago for
the West and North-west; connects at Indianapo
lis with -trains for Torre Haute: also with fern
trains for Aetu, Logausport, Fort Wayno and To
t ltii45 P.' BI. Terra Haute and layrayette Ac
commouauon arrives at lndianapollaat 6:15 P.M.,
making direotoonnections at Indianapolis with La
layotte trains for Decatur, Bpriugneld, Naples, U,nln.
oy, Hannibal and Bt. Joseph.
7 P. Al, Chicago Wxpie.. arrives at Indianapolis
at 12:111 A. M., making cleie eonneotious at Chicago
with ail morning trains ott of Chicago.
Bleeping ears are attached to all cue night trains
on this line, and ran through to Chicago without
Change of ears. -
This is exclusively a Western and North-western
rontu, and with favarable and reliable arrangement
with all oonuectlpg roads tluoughout the entire
West, guarantees nnnsual care and I be amplest ac
commodation! to the patrons ol this line.
Tho Company's exclusive Telegraph Line la nsed
when necessary, to govern the movement of trains, -and
Loughridge s celebrated Patent Brakes, are at.
tucbed to all passenger (ruins, by which they can be
perfectly controlled; besides all tlieotber modern Im
provements necessary for the comfort and safety ot
passengers, the managers of this road have liberally
Bmoklng-cars on this line. ' ' "
"Mr Be sure yon are in the right tloket office before
yon purchase your tickets, asd ask for tickets via
Lawrenoebnrg and Indianapolis.
' I'are the same as by auy other routs. Bagapge
- TUKOUOB TICKETS, good until used, can be ob
tained at the ticket offices, at Bpuncer House Corner
north-west corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net House Corner; at the Waluut-etreet Horse, and
at Depot orttce, toot of Mill, on Front street, wheie '
all necessary Inft rmation may be had,
Omnibuses rut to and from oacu train, and will
call for passengers at all hotels and all parts of lha
ouy, P leaving aaoress be eiiiieromce.
W. U. L. NOBLE.
general Ticket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
SIX DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THB
Trslns rim through to Cleveland Baodasky, To
ledoand Indiauapoiis without change of cars.
Through Tickets for all Kan torn, Western, North.
rn and North-western cities.
ti A. Ill- BXPKKSH Tll AIN For Hamilton,
Richmond, Indianapolis, Lalayotte, Chicago, and all
Wtstern Cities. Connects at liiclnuond with C. and
C. Koad for Logamoort. Ao.
7illO A. MI. TUAIrv-For Diivton, Springfield,
Sauduaky, Toledo aud Chicugo. This train niakos
close coniirctions witli nil train leuving Chicago the
same evening. Also connects t Vksan4 fob Co
lumbus; at llelleiiintniiie with B. and I. It, It., Gaat
and West; at forest with Pittsburg, tort Wayne and
Chicago ltailroad Eiuit aud Weet; at Clyde with
Cleveland and Toledo Ballroad trams for Cloveliiud
and Detroit; at Dayton fur Greenville, Union, Win
chester and M uncle; also, ftt Jt nn, I Iton fur Uxford, Ac.
10 A. At. KXlKKMTl!.VlN-iror Cleveland
via Dolawuro for Dunkirk,, ISiIIhUi, Boston, Now
York, and all Kaatern cities A Iso connects at, ( 'rest
lino fur Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and a'.l
Ui4t V. HI. TKAIN-l'or Huniiltnn, Richmond,
IniUnnapolis, Torre llaute aud Hnint Lnuis.-
3;5(r. ill. TllAJN-For Dayton, Springfield,
Bollofontalno, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, ann
all points in Canada. Connectsat llellefuntniuewilh
D. nnd I, K. K., Kust and West. Also, cuuuects at
Hamilton for Oxford. As.
I lilO 1. ill. liXPttKSSTRAIN-rortiove.
laud via Delaware lor Dunkirk, Bullalu, Boston,
f ew York, and nl I Eastern ei tiea. Also, counocts at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, 1'hiladelphiu, Baltimore,
and all Unstern cities.
sWT'he uigiit six press Train leaving Cincinnati at
ll::l P.M.,lettvidnily EKiKe, Hatuhbts. All other
triiins leave daily KXOKPTtiiiaDAYs; .
Kor further iuforniation aud '1 irkets, apply at the
Ticket oflicos-north -cast corner Front and Broad
way; No. 160 Walnut-streot, near (Jiowu llonse; at
the new Ticket Cilice, on the west side of Vine-street,
betweenPostoffico and Burnet Mouse; at the Walnut
street tluuso.lor at the Blxtl) -street Dupot.
uol2 D. Mol.AKKN, Suix'rlntondent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three,, Trams Daily.
Two Through Express Trpluu.
FIRST TBAIN DA Y EXPRESS AT 10
-A. M connects via Columbus and Cleveland;
via Colunibua, Steuli-u vil In and Pittsburg; via
Colnmbns, Creatllno and Plttaliurp; via Colum
bus and BoUalr (Wheeltnt). Also, Bpringfield, for
Kandnaky, Detroit, Ac. This train stops betwesn
dim i-juuti und Columbus, ut all the principal sta
tions. MiCOND THAIN-Colnmbin Accommodation
at4iil f. M. This train slops at all stations be
tween Cincluuati and Columbus, and Cinciuuati and
Springfield. . ,
T1UKD TRAIN Night Ex press at 1l:MO P.
M., connect, via Columbus and Bellali (Wheoliug);
via Columbus, Crestline and I'litaburg; via Colum
bus Steubenville and Pittsburg; via Columbus aud
This Train stops at Lovnlnud, Morrow, Xenia
and London. HLKHl'lNOCAKS UN 'PUIS TRAIN.
ttsfTlieDiiy Xtdtms runs tbmnarb r-n Cleveland,
vVheelliiganil Pittsburg, via Btoubentille, without
The NtQUl EXPHKSS train leaving OineHnnafl
at 11:110 P.M., runs daily, except HATTJBDAIB.
The otuor Trains run dully, exoept SDN DAYS.
For all Information, and Thrmitb Tickets to Bos.
ton, New York, Phlladelrhla, Baltimore, Washing
ton. Bnflfalo, Nlaeara Falls, -Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeliuit, and all the Eaetoru places,
apply at the OIHces, Waluut Street House, No. 1 Bur
net House, south -east coruorof Broadway oudifroat
streets, and at the Kastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, wbicb Is isven mln
ntsa faster than Cincinnati time,
. JT. DTJBAND. Bap't.
OmnibnsoS calUnrpsslengcrsby leaving directions
at the Ticket Oflices. - ' . noM
Commencing May 22, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
' THBOUQH WITHOOT OHANOB OF OARS.
Two Daily Trains lor Vincenries, Cairo and Bt.
Louis, at 9:(K) A. M., and ftTO P. M. . -
Three Daily Trains for Louisville, at 9:00 A. 11.,
2:00 P.M.., and 8:30 P.M.
. Cne Train for Kvausvllle at 8:30 P. M.
The Trains connect at St. Louis for all points in
Kansusand Nebraska, Hannibal, Qulucy and Keo.
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vlcksburg,
Natchez and New Crleans.
Cne Through Train on Sunday at 8:30 P. 11.
Kktuenino Fast Line Leaves tint St. Lotili,
Sundays excepted, at 8:50 A. Bl., arriving at Oliajhi.
pall at 10:1(1 P.M.
UxFBF.es TaAiK Loaves T.nnt St. Louts dally at MO
P. SI., arriving at Cincinnati atii:48 A. M,
FOJl THUOrjOH TICKETS
To all points West -and South, please apply hi the
offices, Walnut-streot House, between Sixth ami
Beventh-itreets, No. 1 Burnet House, corner office,
north-west corner of front and Droudwny, Hpencer
House OIHce, and at tha Depot, corner I rontanrl Mill,
streets. W. H. CLEMENT, (Jou'l. Superintendent.
Omuibusoi call for passengers. ' oc2
Cincinnati, Richmond &
TttBKM HAUTI, , , . '
- BT. LOUIS, , , '
i" i, , LAFAYKTTH, '
. , ., . UHI0AO0, i
' -.. LOGANyl'OKT, ''.
V4 ' P1UU,
, Depot, at t A.M. and 4:80 P.M.
A. M. INDIA N APC L 1 S, 8T, LOTJI8 A OHIOA.
00 FAST lEXPRKBS.-Tlironglidireet, makingolosj
connections for all other Western aud North-western
points. This Traill also conneotsat Kichuion l with
Cincinaatl and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Xoko.
go Logausport, arnT all points on Wabash Vali.f
4:S0P.' M. INDIAN AP01I8, 0H10A0O A BT. ,
LUDISNIQUT KXPBKSa. Tho above Trains make
elose connections at Indianapolis, Lafayotteand Chi.
cago, with Trains for Terre llante, Springfield, Book
Island, Ualesburg, Kenosha, LaCrosse, Jacksonville,
Danville, Blirlington, Milwaukee, Mattoon, Naples,
Galena, Uuincy, Prairie du Chten, Pana, Peoria,
Dunleitb, Baolne, Decatur, Bloomlnxtoii, Joliet, La
Salle, Bt. Paul, end all towns and cities In the North
,W4rThrongh Tlokets given and Baggage checked
'kFor?nrther Information and Through Tickets, ap."
ply to Tloket Offloes, nortb-oust corner ol Front and v
Broadway; No. la Walnut stroet, near Fourth! at
south -enat comer of Fourth and Tin street, or at
the Bixth-atrect Depot. T . ,
. D, A. MOBttOW, 'fvrr.'litendont.
Omnlbnsus will rail for posseng ny ioavlng tiialt
name at either of he Ticket Orjses. .
Ua .a s. : .i . yt.U. anl 17U i Agent,
,! . ) v 9, rj; : , :: :
.-.'HUti'jH'li.t' ,-il,i sv i .