From the New York Saturday Venire re
publish tbb dolloete and elegant poem,
iweot si the flower described, from the grace
ful pea of Edward 0. Stedman, who has be
come widoly-nowa through his clever aatire
upon the Bartlett-Oriedo wedding i
1 walk In thaorangs twilight,
Along a garden slope, ,,
To shield the moss encircling
My bsauliful Heliotrope.
Oh, sweeteit of all theflowrete
That bloom where Angela tread I
But nefer such marvelous odor
from lluliotropo was shed,
As tho passionate exhalation.
The (lew of celestial wiuo,
That floats In tremulous languor
Around this darling of mlue.
For only yester-ovsn,
I saw the dearest scone I
I hoard the d.llosU footfall
The stepa of my loro, niy anion.
Along the walk she glided ;
1 made no sound nor sign,
But over, at tks turning
Of her star-white neck: divine,
I ihrmik Into the shade of cypress,
And crouched In the swooning grass,
Like some Arcadian shepherd
To see an Oread pass,
13nt whoa she rnino to the border,
At the end cf the garden slop?,
Bho bout, like a rose-tm, over
That beautiful Heliotroee.
Tho cloud of its subtle fragrance
KntwIueU her in its wreaili,
And Hi I the while commingled
W llh the iuceuse of bar breath.
And so she glistened onward
far down the lout pet.rre,
Besldo the statne ot Beeper,
Aud a hundred times more fair,
Jlut ah I her breath bad added
Trio perfume that 1 find
In this, the sweetest of llowrcte, ,
And the paragon of its kind.
I drink deep draught ol its nectar;
I faint with lone and hope I
Oil, what did she whlttier to yon,
Mr beautiful Holiotropei
The Heliotrope. A Pleasant Picture of Home.
Homo, beautiful word, is too often an
idoiil, sinco tho roal homo of our boyhood
rarely answers to tho ideal or to ourhoart;
but this description, by Dr. Holland, secmo
drawn from Nature, and breaths tho
spirit of sympathy and lovol
"I look into the house of boyhood
ugnin, where the lifo abides which has
iij.propiated go many delightful things,
and finds among them its homo. The
hour of evening has come, the lamps aro
lighted, and a good man in middlo life
though very old ho soems to me takes
down the woll-worn Bible, and reads a
chapter from its hallowed pages. A sweet
woman sits at his sido, with my sloepy
head upon her kneo, and brothors and
riistors nro. grouped reverently around,
do not understand the words, but I h.avo
been told that they are the words of God,
ttnd 1 bclicyo it. Tho long chapter onds,
aud then wo all kneol down, and tho good
man prays. I fall asleep with my head
in tho chair, and the next morning re
mcmbor nothing of tho way in which 1
went to bod. Aftor breakfast tho Bible
ia taken down, and the good man prays
ugain; and again and again is the worship
repeated through ull tho duys of many
golden years. The pleasant convorso of
tho lircdido, the simple songs of home, tho
words of encouragement as I" bend over
my school-tanks, the kiss as I lie down to
rest, the patient bearing with tho freaks
of my restless natur, tlie centle oounsols
mingled with reproofs and approvals, the
sympathy that meets and assuages every
sorrow and sweotons ovory littlo success
all theso return to me amid tho responsi
bilities which press upon mo now, and
feel as if 1 hud onoo livod in heaven, and
straying, had lost my way.
"Tho sweotost type of hoaven is home
nay heaven itself is the homo for whose
noijuisition wo are to strive tho most
strongly, llomo, in one form and an
other, is tho great object of life. It stand
at the end of every day's labor, and beck
ons us to its bosom; And lifo would be
choerlcss and moaningloss, did we not
disoorn across the river that divides it from
the life beyond, glinipsos of tho pleasant
mansions prepared for us."
Style in Writing.
Bon. P. Taylor, tho accomplished lit"
crary editor of the Chicago Evoning
Journal, has an article on style, from
which wo make a few extracts:
A fine word indeed is a treasuro, but
its life is latent as it lios there in the
ledges of the Dictionary; and it is the
privilogo of the great masters of style to
summon it to a first resurrection, and it
obeys. Wrought into the close knit armor
of tho argument, or laid like a tint on the
wing of the song, we wondor at its
strength or are charmed with its beauty,
hut restored again to the column where
the lexicographer placed it, it sparkles
and delights no more. . Its meaning is
not gone but its lifo is; tho life that
thought gives it; it starosat you from the
page like a dead face; they that lookout
at the windows are darkened; Jits capabili
ties arc looked up in it like sunlight in a
diamond; and unless thought hog use for
it and warns it now and then by wearing
it; if, as has been, a whole nation shrinks
miserably from its first dimensions, leav
ing tho grand words it has no moro need
of, like pearls and tinted shells along tho
shore of a receding soa, then it becomes
u member of a dead language, and
scholars wonder at the splendid fossil
Htructures that have outlived their build
ers; tho noble words that had no noblo
things any more in all the land to be
names for; armor for the giants and tho
giants all dead. 'Iho coral reof roniains,
but the coral insect has perished! :
A man's stylo should simply bo his
earnest self in words; words not cum
brous asjif he played porter to great
dictionaries, but as if the clothing of
thoughts, worn easily and graoefully
Talk of stylo! Who was it that so
plaintively said, "I am sitting on the
utilo, Mary?" Let thero always be an
eye to the spelling of that word, for had
ho really gained the top of certain other
stylos that seem quite tho fashion, he
would have never live! to get down
again. It is a saying none tho less
beautiful for being old, "m the little plan
ets aro nearest the sun, so little children
are nearest to God." Why may we not
odd, and so little words are nearest tho
Jt3PCho8teriield'a maxims aro out of
date. They answered very well in their
day, but the code of manners, liko the
legal code, is liable to changes. Ho rec
ognised a gentleman by his hands and
boots mind tells tho story just at pres
ent. JjiSrTbe men who are willing "to dio
for an idea," would be mueh better em
ployed in living for a reality.
LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING IN TBK POSTOFFICE AT
Newport, Ky., November l
Audomon Lieut Abbot Mrs h, Alms II
llnrv M B ake Mrs A Burnett PJ
Byres MrgM ' iM-nsU-luU Mull Mrs B a
IIImoII K 0 Hairy N J Uaner J
1 rVe W 8 Bay'ey A Brown Margaret
i run net J X iJlevine Miss A Baldwa it
Itiiuik U liasset 8 T , Baker A II
IllsiellMrs BO Bancroft Mrs K Richer J
(Jemron John., onrod B. T Orawforil J P
Oliallaut Mrs f P Oiillen J Copuer rtirah
Oerltuii 0 H G'uminlnsaMlBsIICoitorMlHsU
Dora Mrs W N 7 Bean H K Puulap 10 I'
Davis Miss B DonnaliowerHHssDokes Wni
Davidson Miss K Doinmel M Plckeou W II
Vouch II Elliot Miss M Kldr W
OranshellMrs Hopkins W G llllbertMlss M
Harris Hiss M King It Hammerli Mr
Holt man Miss M Harris W Hushes T
Jackson Mrs E Joyce T 1 Jolly Benj
Jones Clias J Johnson Mrs Keslor Jas
Knlttel Peter KuhnJno Kelly J U
Kelly Jno KlrkDuchan Kerlln Jos
KrallsJos Kearney Mrs 0 Kulilmnn A
Livingston Thos Lowe Miss Lanah Lee Hobt
Lyon Jerome LoomisAJ Logan Mrs liliias
Llnoonm Mrs Myers rod Moody HattioB
Morton Mrs . Moody KB MlllorJolm
Miller 0 MontgoiuoryMIss Michael 0
Key A Nowuian Mrsil Newton Mrs iBW
Nil v A Nash T H Nelson M rs 11 8
O'Uara Mr O'Oonnor J T barker Huh F .
Parker .1 Page Catherine ruroaii luarg i 2
forlsrH PricoJU ut,"J -
Pell fl Pratt Mrs N Pierce) Miss Ii
Robertson W Reutscher U Roach J
Rulaton Mrs 0 Ityan B biniaions D II
SebroeMrsK KvniondsJC Slug (J .
Ktono J StonibsDH Sobwatyollo J
Turner Mr U Tioeiursu TooneiiAo
Tioiuan A Turner O 0 Tliele L M
Vaudu.enBW Wright Ktlwln WorceatorH
Wnrukallormau Wilaon A J Williams II
Wanner Adam Wheeler George Wooer R A
Wliltton John A Wagner Peter Wcllman M
Wngnerlila Weaker Delia Mcttraw Michael
Mcnellr Bridget MeUrsugh James McUleano tiolil
Mcflenny KUna'h MnHiinh Jas Alr.Klwee Misa M
Mi'Nary Mary Smith Misa F tlchmldt John
Smith 0 M Smith 11 V liuilth Janu
Smith J to Smith Lorenz
LIST OF LETTERS J. Q. A. FOSTER, Postmaster.
LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING IN COVINtiTON POST
OVITTI'.K. Nnvnmluir I'L 1R.VJ:
Armersoii K ir rtleknell Ira ItaMin Kmnllne2
Brimdt ltevd K H Buttoimliy.lohn Ilsrr )oorne W
Ilotleu Hamiuil Boweu John Ilnrwn Mrs S A
Brown Mine A K Brown ft Pace Oonimnns Tims
(Jallopy John Carton Peter 2 Coll ius Miss X
OallopyWm Cooper Wahlon CoilaJohu
(Hark M inn Mil C Cavaitauali Oelllst'oS'ia J
Caldwell Mrs 8 OunlisUvoU Cm ninlimliam I!
Olpary Widow Ctinuelly Jamos carpenter il
Culbertson M Iss N Onnby Miss Mary I)l,vls John
Dudley Frank WD Dunn John llord Win V
Davi'luon Jamos M Davis Alary K Dnilite L II
KMIntt Mint M .1 Kinttiitt JoHseh V.ilwurds 14 O
iruhHr Jim Fniv.ler Mncele A VrasiwrMrs 3 Jt
Flyan 1 hos 0 3 Flannapan Juo Flogan Patrick
(lull Jno A (lutes K B Hsrriion Itev.lK:
Ho linen Jos llawlclns Hiuan iiooly jnreniian
Ilanibal Mrs A Hand Linns Jlualou Win
IIoMiuu Alra Catb Howell Ueo W Hohbs J W
Harrison A P Haitians Jno Haydon A W
;itel Newlon Jolinann 0 Junea Mr 2
KiiicadeAlargt Klutt Charlotte KollyJoiAl
Knisht Andrew Kiunsr Jacob Lunsford Rlchd
Livingston j P 3 Lewis Win Lore Mrs Mol Ua
McMnnarnnre tt Mccarty J ana Alcl'aurt Jas
MoCartyMraF AIcKay Jawli Alcdrnw Kran'sS
Martin IVni Martin Airs Alarkn.Ioscplilne
Murray Pelor jvim uoii .111 unu matnows.ins A
Dlaion Bolrt Mullen Man Mil JAIanllolil ltobt L
Nixon James Ortmau Harnuud Owsley w W
Phillips K T Powers Ala;ico Pause 11 It i
l'atteu 4 piles D Pollock Wm Furrlsh TI10 A
j'ylo Anirellue IMninnier HhI'Jo (Jiiiiilun liiiw'cn
Itance F Iteos Thouiua Ki Kcra Airs C T
ltoyco T D KichanlHou Tlios ltuae Alr F A
KobinsonThos ltoy.lohn fiultli Win K
Smith Thoma. A tiniltn Mary 8111 llh J II
ShiimanJU Sliny Miuiluu Wyiupsou Alary
Son n Frank Mmplr. Alt Alex Htewart Dnviil
Sinville K Tlioimts W I'hIiit Airs AI
Williams AlissA 3 WilliumK Antony 'WlllinMS Kid
Williams Airs H Walkor Wm H WarnorJolm
WolfDaniel Wilson W U Wllsou John
Walkor MlssJane Walker Alias .10 Walker MinS
White Airs Anna Windsor W B Wood MraAlt'd
Wvnnn Wni White (Jouree Willie Thoa 0
(MS-Persons csIIIiik for any of these lettors wil
W. D. HOLT, P. M.
HARRISON & COLLINS'
CENTRAL BEE-IIIVE GALLERY, cor
nor of Fiflh and Wentorn-row. J'hntograpliH,
Molaluotypos and Ainbrotypoa Inkon clieapi'r true it
elsewhere in the city. Oil Colored Pleitoirraplis
made of all sizes, from lifo to the Hinallcst miniature.
Pictures noiilly set in Loi kota, llroiuit-pins, Finger
riuiMnud Bracelets. All work warranted,
uule-ay A. 8. JtLOOAl, A rt iat.
New Mode of Ventilation!
('all mid Hue One ol .
SAWYER & CD'S
Heating and Ventilating Furnaces,
In operation at
CHAMBERLAIN & CO.'S
Store Waro-rooms, Nob. 51 and 53 Vine-st.,
Sawyer & Co.
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUNP
at laat just what tho Ladles havo longuocdco
and looked for In vain, the Uterine Kllxlr.
The Uterine Klixir is warrantod to cure all dis
eases of a Utoriuo Nature; lutlnisiiintion of the
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovnrlcs, and tho Urethra.
Prolapsus or Falling of tho Womb, rslnliil Menstru
atlon. Chlorosis. Amenorrhea; lu met, a perfect curt
lagunrrauteodby ihe use of Irom.two to live bottles
of the Klixir, of any dlsoHae whatever of the (inner
ative and Urinary Organs, of male or feiuulo, no
matter of how long standing. Price Si per Bottle.
Madame ELLIS calls particular stfontion to the
following Card of one of the most prominent l)rug
"To thi Publicans this Ladiib is Pabtiutjlab.
We, the undersigned, are not in the habit of giving
our name to Patent Medicines; but knowing woll the
Lady Physician, and the medicine called the Uterine
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend it toallfemalos
auflorlng from Female Dlsewws of any kind; it U
purely vegetable, and in no case can do injury; wt
say to all try, and our word for it, you will flud re-
Uof- . .... r- D-u "''t KrogKlst,
sopS7 "Uorner of Fifth and Uace-gtreeta."
MADAMH ELLIS'S SPANISH SIMIJ
LATINO COUGH AND LITE It BALSAM
euros, without fall, pains in the Breast, Back,
bide or Limbs: Coughs, Colds, Ilearsoness, Dim
cully of Breuihlng, Headache. Flatulency, Heart
burn, Chronic ituoumatbira, Blllloiu Chollc.Crami'
011011c, unplug Pains or ths Dowels, Dullness,
Stupor, Inactivity, Loss of Arpotite, and in Pain
nil Menstruation it is a certain euro, and gives
Immediate relief. In any of the above Uiseiisos
it will give relief la twenty inlnntng, and a perma
nent cure by the ueeortwo bottloK. Only Ati oeutt
per bottle ao cheap that every ponton can get it.
N. B. For sale by F. D. HILL, Drnifgiiit, corner
of Kwand Fifth-streetii; J. D. PA Kit, corner of
Fourth and Walnut; BUIUE, ISCKSTKIN A "0.,
corner Vino and Fourth; JOHN UKJKNoN, corner
u uuuu nuu nixin; mu u jwno 01 jor.in, corner ol
Eighth and Freeman. Also, KDWAUD 8UANLAN
(JOy oornorof Main aud JonrtUi and Aladame
ELLIS, 2 ast Fourth. sep.ay
PATENT MACHINE-MADE PAPER
BA08. for Orocors, Drngidsts, Tea Doalors anil
others, maile from oxtra quality of Wrapping, Ma
nilla und White Toa Paper.
MN. I Wrapping and Manilla;
l,UiO No. 3
H),i)il No. 4
2m,im No. 11)
io,Ma( No. 11
m,itn) No. ai
2Hj,ismNo. I WhltoTen nK;
The above are put up n package of 500 bags oach.
We are ttmniifactiiriiig from sixty to sevunty-live
"""""""" yv. . nr.
Paper Hag Manufacturers,
Aud Wholesale Pn per Dealers,
77 and 79 W'alniit-atriwt.
SADDLE, TRUNK AND HARNESS
1 03 Ainln-ntreet, three doors above Third,
KEEP ON HAND AND MAKE TO OIV
nRRll kliwlauf ll.ir.. Tr....l I..
and must aubstaiitlal manner. A liw, a large ansort-
meniol nurse uiaaseia, wiups, Carpet aud Leather
Bags. Bridle Jills, llufl'alo Hobos, Valinn alio real
sole-leather). Mail Trunks, Hponge .and a large us
sortnient bololigiDg to this line, twill sell as low
as the lowest.
D, S, CAEEICZ.
L.ANE it BODLCY,
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Corner John.uad Water! '.,CielaBiitl)Ot
3 "A. B. COLVILLE, "Pfr
No, 41 ."East 8econd-strot, between Bycnmore and
Broad wt ty, Uinclnniiti, keeps every description of
C'ounte r, Flntfnrm, C'nttl, Bnllronil Depot,
and I'm ok siele Trucks.
Iron Wassan, dtn.
Bepal rng done on the 1 aortest notice. rjol-Om
r r. car and switch locks.
Door and Oate-Springi,
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
Bells Hunff, Keys Pitted.
The public are rospuctfully Invited to oall end ex
amine the various pat terns and prices. AH Jobbing
promptly atlendod to
no2cm B 0. 133 Fift h-streot, ad door from liaoe.
O AND Y I CANDY
XX. N OXju3lX1.XX.
: (Bocceesor to Uyebi & Oo,)
Mauufacturere and Wholesale Dealtra
FINE AND rLAIN CANDIES,
0 MAIM STREET, CINCINNATI
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
134 MAIN BT11EKT, CIN0IMNAT1, O.
KITREDGE & FOLSOM,
SS 8t. Charles street, Mew Orleans, La.,
Importers of Gun & Mportlns Avpitriitux,
iNO DEaLRBS IK BOH rOWDM.
(Fronting the Steamboat Landing.)
North-east Comer Broadway aud Front.
R. F. LEVERING, Proprietor.
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
MAKCrACTU-KM AND DBALBBB IK
FURNITURE, CHAIRS, AND ALL
kinds of Mattrsssea and iladilliig, at the old
aland, No, 13o 8cauiore-ntroet, east side, betweeii
Fuiirtli nnd Fifth-stroets, seventh storo above
Fourth-street, C'huroli fows lined and eushiouwl,
All orders promptly attended to. ool-cm
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
l&f ANUJfACTURERS OP BAR, SHEET
1TJL and Holler Iron, Flow Slabs, ItallroadMpikea
Ktc. Also, Agents for t lie sale of Ironton Star Nnlla
Warerooms llo. It ast Boooud Btreet, O'incluuat 1
NurAU kinds Iron mails to order.
L&KNDEUT nr.. JAMII TBBBY
L. BYL & CO.,
CLEANERS OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. m (Sixth-street, hetwoen Vino and Itace, in
the Medical College, (liuciniiatl, Ohio. 1'orsouswho
may favor us with their patronage, can rely on puno
tuality and low prices. sopl-ay
Money! Money! Money!
RrmoTCd froni Sti West Slxtb-atr-et,
MONEY LOANEDWI WATCHES, JEW
RLltV and all klmls of Merchandise, at low
rates of Intermit, at So. 173 Vlna-strral, b-iween
Fourth and k'lltli. m
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, NO. 8 CAST
JL Koiirtli-stroot, between Main and 8y oarao'e, tin
oinniiti. SMTBe-blndlnKln every style. 01 nnlt Rooks neat
ly and dumbly bound. O. OIIOF PJClt.
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. l FIFTH -STKEET, 80UTU SIDB,
(Hour the corucr of Vine,)
V. li. VICKKUH, l'ronrletor.
Oysters aud Ganio sorved In all stylus. Meals at all
DIE. SAWL SlhSVEE
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
THE BK1N, IUlUMATIrJH, DISKABE3 OF
WOMEN, and such C'hronio complaints as may be
benefitted hy tho Hygyenlo nnd Atniopathlo system
Vapor, Sulplinr, Iodine, Arsenlo, Mercury, Tur
kish, Busslau and Kleotro-Ohemlcal Baths, a Dis
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of Electrio
and Magnotlo Apparatus.
JNO. n WEST SEVBNTH-STBKBT.
W Office henrs A. M. to P. a i) 19-tit
Us 8. KEWTON, M. D.
OfSoe, 90 West Seventh Street,
IWWNHN VINN INS tioa.
O. E. NEWTON. M- D.
Orrirm Nn. so Went Seventh street, between Vine
and Uisoo. Kesidkotk ISo. AS Heventh ilnwt, Lxv
ween Walnut and Vine. Orrioi Uonas 1. to B
A, . VAioV P. M.: toHP.M.
WM. M. HUNTER,
Jion 1)0 Tlne.atrBct.
0. BOSSAI.I. h. A. SMITH
BON3ALL te. SMITH,
Ho. 11U West Nix tb'atrcct,
CINOTNNAX'J. ... . sobI-.W
(Baoosasor to Kuowlton A Tuft.)
No. 00 West Koni th Kt l.et. Wnlimt dc Viu
, CINCINNATI, OHIO.
f. L. HAULM. n. B. SMITH.
Drs. DAMLEN & SMITU.
X 33 3M T X m T & ,
Ko. 3 Weet Fourth St.
a. WAnnit. . j, aooaHTT.
DRS. WARDLE & DOUGHTY,
OSIim No. 1S8 Wost Fonrth street,
. P. ELI AS'
WATCH & JEWELRY HOUSE
16 West Fourth Street.
Where cart be bad every article appertaining to the
Business at a nine lee price, for UAIU, than
has ever before boon offered In tbls market.
QIVE US A CALL"
And see for yoarselTss,
Ho. M M. R. Oor. Fifth and Lodge streets, botweo
Walnut and Vino, Cincinnati.
Agoodassortmentol BILVlCBaiid I'LATKI) WABB.
bl'KOTA.liH, elo., kept con.talitly on hand.
Mpecial attention Klven U) -loaning and Ueualrlni
Watr.honaud Jowolry. mylO
BEGGS i 8M1TK, No. 6 West 4 thi.
ARE NOW KECEIVINO ADDITIONS TO
tholr large assortment of Watches, Jewelry.
SUrerwareaud Diamonds. -
A flne lasortment of Plated Tee Bete end Onfhry
and Opere Qlsa.ier,
The Jatvt Iinproremeiit
ANUFACTORED BY THE 0UI0
J-'JS. rlewliiK Machine Oonipsnr, 40 Wnat fourth
Biiwk, nuiwu lur . jiii, v, vim. -
lug, Oallor Kitting and Tailoriug. Warrantod to
give perfect satlnfaction or the money roturned. Do
not inn 10 aiainme neiore purcnaniog. xtrain
ducements offered to Agents.
L. BROWN, Agent,
not-Sm 40 West Fonrjih-street.
LADD, WEBSTER a CO.'S
80 West Fourth-stroet,
Between Vine end walnut-streets, (Jiaolnoatl.
. WF Send for a Olrcnlar... . C4
$30. $30. $30. , $30.
Thirty-Dollar Double lock-Stitoh
SBOCBED BT KECDNT LETT1CBS FATKST.
rilEIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO
M. MOUNDED ty all eoinvetent Judaea, who
bave sreu it, to be the best and most desirable Fam
ily Sewing llaclilne ever Introduced, resrardleae
f vrlce. It will sew all kinds of family goods,
from the very tlikkeattotlievery flnestfabricsmade,
ami uses ail Kinaa 01 tnreau.iromno. rosou. .
Nn nil la nriH nn innnf th ivInAlilna.
Bend for a circular, or oall and see it in operatldn.
Open early application, Btate and (Jounty llightsinay
Aneaergotle person oan make a fortune In e short
time. Agents wanteain au uusoia territory.
H. C. IHUITIMAN, ,
BcIenndejclnMvnaffontfor the Dnited States, '
sepufmr IS Went Foiirth-atroet. Olnoliinatl.
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. D. DAY & CO.,
Manuractarers and Dealers In
(BOTH HAND AMD I'OWElt,) '
And nil kind ol Printing Mnterlnls, Nos.
173, ITS nnd 177 West Hecond-ali ool,
Tfcl SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
Ji- to our MEDAL JOllltKR. Within the last
elRhteeu months we have iutroiluced them Into four
teen diffnrent Htatos of the Union, with the greatest
satisfaction to the parties purcliailnsj. Tho power la
applied to the center of the platen; consequently
there Is no possibility of its springing from any
amount of proamrn. Tho motion Is so iruiminllte'l
to it as to cause a dwell on the point of contact with
tho form, insuring A l'JSBFECl' IMl'KKUaiOK at
shlghrato of speed.
l'rinters in want of tho BEST JOUIIKIt should
not iiurcunse elsewhere without giving this an ex
amination. They are strong, durable aud rapid, and
aro WAHBANTED to givo the most outlre satls
THE 'MOST REMAHI.E FIRE ANH
BURGIiAB FKOUV SAFES. They havo given
more sntisfactlon than any other now in use.
Wo offer a reward of ONE THOUSAND 1)01..
I, A US to any person that can, up to the present
time, showa single instance wherein the; have failed
to preserve their contents.
With thlsHAFK we challengo all competition, as
being the best Flro Proof, Burglar Proof, or fire
and Burglar Proor uow made; and are willing to
teat with any establishment .In the Union, and tho
party failing first, to forfoit to tho other, the sum
Wo are prepared to furnish a hotter Bare, and at less
cost, tuaii any other luaunfuoturor in the United
eoond-hand Safes of other makors.nlso on hand.
Werespectfully Invite the public to call and exam
ine our stock before purchasing nliewhero.
ftALL. OAltliOLli A CO.,
ml?-ayt Mos. 16 and 17 Faat Columbia sjreg,
171 B. DODDS,
formerly of Heil.Dodds Co.; Ute fJrbaa.Dodds A Co,
W. II. Vodds & Co.,
KsjrDrA(mi-a oi tdi
Fire and Burglar JProoJ
S Jin. TP 3H EZ I
8. W. Comer cf Vine k Second Streets.
This Is the most reliable FIJIB AND BUItOLA
FUOOF SAFE that Is mado In tho United States, and
Is warranted perfootly free from damp. (Jan benold
at lower prlcua, and Is of better workmanship thai
can be found elsewhere.
We bave s large assortment on band, and are de
termined to sell at prices that cannot fail to please.
Taken In exobange. SECOND-HAND SATKB ah
wave on ham) at extremely l;iw jprlcpj. 97
ALT. WATER AND IiAKE PISH
TOZER'S EASTERN FISM DEPOT,
No. 301( Vlne-st., bet. Flflli nnd Sixth.
MR. TOZEB BEQS TO ANNOUNCB
that he has establiahed a regular ilcpot for tin
sIe of all kinds of salt-water Fish, freeh from New
York ; also bake Fish from (Jlovelaud and Haniliieky:
together with tllams and Oyatersin the ahell, Loo
store. Crabs, Kols (alive), and all kinds of eoasonalle
damp and Clan Oysters. Ho will ruriilnh the above
named artlclos CUKAPKIt THAN AN V OTUKR
PLACE IN THE OITT. Family orders prompllr
attended to and sent home f tea of chargs. I'limss
ejtjl inif eave vonr urdere. ooji.
J. J. BUTLER'S
Excelsior , Fluid Inks.
Manufactory. 39 Vine St. 14
Patent Sign Depot,
No. 210 Weatern-row,
WHfiERK TIIOSS BEAUTIFUL CAfiT
Iron Block Lettors ore manufactured.
ffJTAll work Varraiitad to give satiifactlon.
Adilrnss . no'"'Tj It. WAHD.
44rHANKSaiVINO' 0T8TERS." I
JL will bs supplied with an extra lino iiunlltr
of Oyslsrs for Thanksgiving. Just the tliiuii to stuir
your turkeys with.
JOHN FKIIGUSON, (Irocer.
nolo Uorner Ninth and Vlne-slreets.
NKW PENNSYLVANIA BUCKWJIEAT.
I have on hand a lot of Pnnnsylvai la Ilnrk
wheut which I am selling in IU, 1J, 25 aud mi. sacks,
aud hy the banal,
JOHN FEIWirsON, (Irocer, '
noia :- (Jomnr Ulntliand Vlnc-stmola. 1
GOODS FOR THANKSGIVING. NEW
Baislns, new Klgs, new (lurrauts, Prunes
Almonds, Pecans. Filberts, Ursaui Nuts, Ac, in
store and for sals by
JOHN FKHfjnSON, Grocer,
nol( ' Corner of Ninth end Vine-stroola,
BY STATE ATTTHOSITT.
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
'A-encT establlshedin Cincinnati in 1 H'J.I. an
tedatlng all present kxal Insurance Oumpaniaaaud
Agencies In the Insurance buainssa In tbia city. ,1J
years couilant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience, enterprise and liberality, especially com
mend theiEXNA Insurance Company to the ravosa
lle patronam bf this oommunin standing solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of
Leases paid In Olnoliinatl durlnar put Fhre
l eans, Sf 156,054 .
lARHOLUTE AND UN1MPAIKBD.J WITH A
SUHPLUli Of $1,030,423 SO,
And the prestige of 40 years success andexpeilenoe,
Orr $100,000 in Obio Securities.
UPWARDS OK SI'J,0OO,U00, LOSHK
Here been paid by the Etmi Insurance Uooipany In
the past 40 years.
Firs and Inland Nnviaiulon.-Blsks aocepted
St terms oonslntent with solvency and fair protlts.
ICspecial attention given to Insurance of Dwolllngs
and Uontents, for terms of 1 tony 's.
Application made to any duly .nthorlsed Agent
promptly attended to. Dy strict attention to a leglt-
mate Insurance bosfness. this Oompany is enablnd
to offer both iuJomnlty for the past and seourityfor
tnemtnre. r iicimisaneawituoutuoiay oy
JAN. 11. UAlt'. JiK, Agent, rio. so juaiu sircoi.
3. K. (jINO KT, Agent 171 Vine street.
J. J. HOOKA i, Agent. Fulton, 17th Ward. - n6
BV STATE AUT1IOK1TV.
New Insuranco Agency
01 Old Establislied ,
OWE.V OW13iS, jr, A sent
Bfu. 4 Public lauding,
CONWAY INSUflANCB CO.,1
of Conway, Mass. J
LAFAYKTTH INS., CO., 1
of Brooklyn, N. Y. )
IIAMPDKN INH. CO., 1
of tjprlrjnolJ, Alans. )
BOARD OF CINCINNATI REFERENCE:
Tinkle, Guild A Co., R. A. llnlden A Co..
WII.011 A Haydeu, Ooodnian A Vornhols,
Stailler A Hro., N. W. Thomas Co.,
Latimer. Colburn A Lupton, Jnuios Calhoun, Ki.,
Klsks taken on the most favornbletermseonslstent
I101MM honorably adjnsled, and promptly paid in
(Late Assistant Bo'y Firsmon's Ius. Co.)
Vive and Sla.Iiic Insurance Agendo
ITM DHDBABNS CO,,
OK HARTFORD, CONST.
Offices: Nos. 171 Vine and 40 Muin-strooU,
tnhli 'nuitnl SI,O(10,0((t 00
AmhIm N,OJ0, 1'i J. SO
rtMlF. UNDERHIflNED REKVECTFULIT
JL in I'orin their friends anil piilronn that thny have
this dny cntoii'il into piirticriliip, uudor the name
and Hlylo f OMIT Ml & LIN llh.lf, aa tho Firs mid
M.irluo liiHiiraiii 0 A Ron In of the .1. ln: Iiimirucu
Coiupiiny, of Ilni'U'oi'd, Conn., and hiivo llierel'ore
coiimillilulcd tlieir sopiuute Agcnci'S. Fur the con
vonionce of their ciiHl4)inorfl and otuers, thoy con
tinue both ollkos, No. 171 Vino nnd No. m Jlaln
streot, whore lhy will be plnusi d to hoar from tholr
friends, and trim tliiillhoimtrouagotliat has hitherto
been ao liliorally !,eiowr-l to each will not dinilulHh
by tho union thus funnel.
DARTER & LINOMKY,
JAMFS It. OAItTHIt, 1 ,
ilinclnuati, liorerabiir 1, 1889. nolam
WESTEBN INSURANCE C03IPANI
OFFICB IN THE SECOND STORY OF
No. 3 Front-street, between Main and Sycamore,
This Company is taking Fire, Inland and Murine
lilsks at current rates ol premium.
Losses fairly adjusted aud promptly paid. ,
T F Kokorr, F Hall, B V Pomoroy,
William OlKiin, WCWhitchor, WUMun.
Hubert Mitchell, W II Comstock, LOF.Stouo,
liolit Buchanan, CU8liaw, (leo Htitll,
Wm Hoi lew, Koth Kvuns, J II Tsune,
David Gibson, H Ilrnchman, JUIsham,
II Ulearwatur, 'iho. it Elliott.
T. F. KCK.EBT, Prosblout.
BTErnr.N Monsn, Seoretary not
Fir and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
Or CINCINNATI, OHIO.
William Wood, Isnao 0. Copelnn,
James f. Ciiiiiilugliam, Hvdnoy H. Clark,
Andrew Ki keubrecbur, Joseph Keaklrt,
Geo. W. iiidlioc, W in. Flslior,
Georgo K. Dixon.
18AAO U. COPHLEN, Presldont;
Gio. W. C0?ilen, Becrstury.
A. M. ROBS, Surveyor.
Is prepared to Issuo Policies on Fire nnd Marino
Itlaks, on lavornble terms. CiTloe No. 3 Wist Thlrd
Htroet, Trust Co. lliiildlng. nodbfin
National Insuranco Co.,
(Office South-want Cor. Main and Front-streets.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
TAKEN AT CUltllENT RATES. "
John flurgoyiie, XMBmlth, Robert Moore, .
Win Ilopwortli, Oluis L Moore, M Fcchheluier,
V X Wiedcmor, Thos Ong, HWBuilth,
.r I. ! n-i,.,. li uim n .. 1 1
H. 0. URN ER, Bso'y. JNO.'bUHUoVNIS, 1'rss. ,
nnXbfm P. A. Hi'iuumsn, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IK 1829.
OFFICE NO. 4 FR0NT-6TREET. IN
RUUKS against Loss and Damage by Firs; also:
Perils of the See aud Inland Navigation. ,
.Ino.W Hartwoll, Allon Collier, William ItcBor.
John W Kllln, Jumes Lunton, (llias.W Rowland,
John W Dudley, .Ionics A Frasor, J V Canlleld,
D T Wonilrow. It SI W Tuvlor. H UI.,.li,J
OS Williams, H Mcllimey, Ilowmau C Baker.
tfimn w. jiaui o
lbr.r. d 1.4.....
t). w. wiu.iams, riocretary.
iecej-voo "T" 'scuuv)
elv;sod tija noiinaiiMe no inos ejpiiM)ae
iie-if-jQ.ninioo pne MOj-meisejVi 'oq -g
00 2j HaravH 'm :m.
Jl0fl pu ssiigax intlij -oy 'ult)n
U0I!lni1oa '1M J11014 'seniii.iBurniuia -sjoii
utu jepun puR joddu iijoij puoi iio"si)iuiuj wr
Noai oi-ouis ii an iai 'sazis n V
'silTM pooj pat! ujoo -i u
Bunion pu. SnnmiJo 9iiB)4(ii , , 1
mill. OTJTCALT ELASTIC ME-
JL TALLIC ItOOFINO" Is offored to the public
an the best aiid oheupeat Hotel Koof now used, its
merits tested by an experience ef yeara in this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or sleep, old or new
buildings. No solder need fastened securely with
out exposure to the action of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part 01
the United Utates, can ho applied by any onu with
ordinary lneobaulcal skill. Orders promptly fllled
, , . . CALDWKLLACO,
. jyM-tf lM WestHecondetrset.
WILLIAM DISNEY, ATTORNEY
AT LAW, Chase Buildings No, a Kan t Third
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Great Western and North-Western,
Great Western and North-Western, LINE.
Great Western and North-Western, LINE. INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
The Bborteet Konte between Cincinnati
Three PassengerTralnsleaTeCInolnnatldaJly, from
UtAU A. iH, Chicago Mail arrives at Indianapolis
at U:lu P. IU., Chicago at 10:30 Y. fit. This train
connects with all night trains ont of Chicago lor
the Went and North-west; connects at Imlianapo.
lis tsith trains ifor Terns Hantoj alio with Peru
trains lor fern, Logauiport, Fort Wayne aud To
ledo. . IJi 45 P. M. Torre Hants and layrayette Ae.
couiiuuuatlon arrives at Indianapolis at S: IA P.M.,
making direct connections at Indianapolis with La
layette trains for Uecatnr, Springfield, Naples, Quin
oy, llaunibaland Et. Josepb.
7 1'. IH. Chioago FxpreM arrives at Indlanapolig
at 12:15 A. M nuuiiiig cieie connections ut Chicago
with all inurulug trains out of Chicago,
Bleeping cars aro attached to all tne night train
on tbia line, aud run through to Chicago without
change of cars.
This Is exclusively Western and North-western
route, and with faverublo and reliable nrrnngomenta
with all connecting roads throughout the entiro
West, guarantors unusual care aud the amplest au
couinioilatioris to the patrons ol this line.
The Company's exolusive 'J'elograpli Lino Is need
when necessary, to govern tho movement of trains,
and LouglirlilRo 6 lelohritted' Patent Drakes, are at
tached to all passenger tniliir, by which Ihoy oan Iks
perfectly controlled; bssiilos all tlinotlier modern im
provements neoosHnry for tlio comfort aud safety ot
passongiirs, the mausgers of this road bare liberally
Hmoklng.cars oirthlsllne. '
sS-liesureyouareln the right ticket office boforo
Ion pnrchase your tickets, and ask for tickets vis
,awreiieeburg and Indianapolis.
Faru the same as by any other route. Duggaga
TimoUUfl TIOKICTH, good untllnsed, can be ob
tained at the ticket ollioes, at Bponcor Uousa Corucr
north-west corner Broadwny and Front; No, 1 Hor
net ll'jiirie Corner; at tlio Wulnut-street llouie, and
at Depot oflico, foot uf il ill, on Front struct, whote
all uei:essary information may be had,
Omnibuses run to aud front ouch train, anil Hill
cull foi' passengers at all hotels anil all parts of tb
city, b leaving address at either office.
" W. H. L. NOBLK,
noil General Ticket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
IX DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THB
5 Blstb-stroet Depot.
Trains run through to Clevelaml Bapdnsky, Te"
loin aud imliauapolis witlioutchange of ears.
Through Tlckots fur all Kastern, Western, North.
s11 and North-werttern cities.
A. IH. KXl'RKMH Tit AIM For Hamilton,
-tichuiimil.luiliaiinpolts, Laluette, (hicaiio, aud alt
V enteral (Jlilnn. t'ounects nt Ulchmoiid with C. and
0. Itoad for Lognnsport; also counsels at iluuilltou
for Ox lord, An.
7iHO A . m. TRAIN For Dnvtoii, Sprlngfloldr
BuudUHky, Toledo and Ohiciign. This train makert
close couuoclions with all triilin loavlug C'hiongo tlie
same eveniug. Also conniicla nt CauAHs oa Oo-
I. i'Mm 1; nt Bellofontaliie with U. and I. It. !(., Itlant
and Vest;nt Forrst with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
Chicago llnllioad Kast mid We.t; at lllyiio with
Clovoland and 'L'oleilo Ituilroud trains fiu- Ulevolaml
and Detroit; at Dayton for Oieonvillo, liniou, Win
Chester and tluiii-ln; also, nt llunilltnii for Oxford, Ao.
10 A. 01. ivX I'ltKHM Tit A IN For Cluvelnud
via Delaware for Dunkirk, IliilValo, boston, Now
York, and all Eastern cities. Alsoi oniwcts at Clout
lino for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, llnltlmoro, and all
:ti44J I. IU. TltHlN-Kor Iliimllton, Hl. limondr
Indliinapiilis, Torre Haute nnd Buiiit Louis; con
noclH nt lliiiniltnn for Oxford, Ac.
,1:HO 1'. ll. TRAIN For Dayton, Sprlnijneld.
Holleionluine, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Ohloago, and
all poinla in tiinaoa. Connoctsat itellofoutninewllU
II. and I. It. 11., East nnd West. Also, connect, aft
Hamilton for Oxford, Ac.
1 1 :U J. IH. EXPRR-itfSTItAIN-ForClovo.
laud via Delaware for Dunkirk, Jlullnlo, Boston,
New York, ami all Enstorn cities. Also, connects at
('restlino for PittHburgh, I'hiladeliihia, Dollimoro,
and nil Knsteru cities.
, K8"Tli nlglit ExprosHTrniu leaving (Ifucliinatl at
11:1 P.M.Ji lives dully kxi kit Ha 11 11114 vs. All other
tl HillH Iohvo dnlly KXOKPT jSUNIIATS;
Kor furtlwr iuformation and Tickets, apply at the
Ticket ollioes north-enst corner Front and 1) road
way; No. 1M Walnut-street, near Gib.wn House; at
the new Ticket Office, on the west sido of Vine-street,
betweenPostflffice and Unmet flonse; at tho Walnut-
street lionse, for at tne Hlxtn-street Depot,
noli D. JHoLaKBN. Suporintondent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily
Two Through Eipress Trelus.'
SHIEST TRAIN-DAY EXPRESS AT 19
A. M., conuncts via Columbus and Cleveland;'
via Ouliirauus, Hteiibeiivlll. and Pittsburg; via.
Columbun, Crestllue and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus anil Bellalr (Whoellus), Also, Hprlngflelil, for
KamliiHkf, Detroit, &a. This train etops botweeu
(liuclnuati and Columbui, at all the principal stu
tions. KKCONI) TRAIN-Coltimluie Accommodation
nt4i40V. M. This train stops at all stations be
tween Ciiicluuall nud Columbus, and Cincinnati nnd
Tlllltn TRAIN Night Etnrsssat Ili.lO P.
M., connects via Uolnmbus and llellalr(Wheling;
via Uolumbns. Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus Stcubenville and Pittsburg; yia Columbus and
This Train stops at Lovsland, Morrow. Xenla
and London. BLBRPINOUAhSON TH1H TRAIN.
OH"'l'he Day Rrnresa runs tbrongu to Cleveland,
WhoeliUKand Pittsburg, via Bleubonv illo, wlthont
change of cars.
Tin, NIGHT KXPBKSH Train leaving Cincinnati
at 1 1:110 P.M., runs dally, except HATUKDAVB.
Tho otnor Trains run daily, except SUNDAYS.
lTnrall frifortnefinfl. And Tlll-oncrh TiokllEa to Roll.
ton, Now York. Pliiladolphia, ilaltlmero, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk,' Cleveland,
nt.i-V..... itU t I.... ....I nil ,1. hluMU
apply at the OIHces, Walnut Htrest House, No. 4 Bur-.
not tiouse, soutu-casi cornur 01 uruauway ana 1 lout
streets, and at the Xasrern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, wblcb Is seven min-
nlm faster tbau Cincinnati tiaie. ,
i. DTJBAND, Snp't.
Omnlbnscs oallforpMseagsrs by leaving directions
t the Ticket Offices. noH
Commencing May 22,1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THROUGH WITHOTJT CDANOB OF OARS.
Two Dally Tralue lor Vlncuniies, Cairo and Ht.
Louis, at fliOO A. M., and 8:3U P- HI.
Three Dally Trains for Louisville, at 9:00 A.M.,
2:0(1 P. M., aud B:S0 P. II.
One Train for Evansvllle etf:30 P. M,
The Trains connect at tit. Louis for all points In
Kansas and Ni'brafika, Ilaiiuibal, Quliicy and Keo
kuk; at Ht. Louis and Cairo for JUouiplils, Vicksburg,
Natclic. and Now Orleans.
Cue Through Train on Biinday at K:30 P. M.
ltr.TPBKtho Fast Line Leaves Fast Bt. Louis,
Buiuiays exoepteii, at o:ou A, il., arriving at iitncin.
nail at 111:111 P. M.
Hx pkksh Tenia Leaves East Bt. Louis dally at 2:40
V. M., arriving at Hncinnati at fl:4K A.M.
Foil TllrlOllOU TIOKKT8
To all points West and Month, please apply at the
offices,1 WnlnntHitreet Ilnnae, between Sixth and
Uevuntli-stroots, Nu. I lliirnet House, corner office,
north-west corner of Front and If roadway, Spencer
IoiieeOince,andrttlia Depot. comer Frotitand Mill- -stnwts.
W. II. CLKMKNT.den'l.euperiutendont.
Oinnlhuiiea cull fur passengers. '''
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
st.Eouis' -1 1 ,,.;.! ; ,
... liAIAxTPTI. ' : i ) .! : '
. , , y .00.ANBP0vT, , ,
' -' " ' FORT WATNI. ''
TWO DAILTTHR(jrjQHTBAINHlAve8lxth street
Depot, ate A. M. and 4:So P. M. '
S A. M.-INDl ANAPOL18, 8T. LOUIU A OUIOA.
00 FAST HXPH RW.-Tlirongh direct, making eloiw
oouneotloiisforallothur Western and North-western
poluts. This Train also connoctsat Richmond with '
Ciuolnnati and Chioago Koads, for Anderson, Xoko
mo Logaiisport, and ell points on Wabash Valley
:30p.'M.-tNDlANAPOLf8, OHIOAOO A BT.
LOCI8H10IIT KXPRBHS. The above Trains make
close connections at Indianapolis, LafayottandChl
cago, with Trains for Torre Haute, Hpringftold, Bock '
Island, Uulosliurg, Kenosha, LaCrosne, Jacksonville,
Danville. Burlington, Milwaukee, Uattuoii, Naploa,
Galena, Quliicy, Prairie dn Chlen, Pane, Pouria,
TlntilMllh. ILnrlnA. fAf-jktur. Bloomlnstun. Jollot. ia
Hallo. t. Piiul.and all towns and cltiei in the North
sMTTbrongb Ticket! siren end Itaggago eheokei
' For?uHherlnromiatinnnd Through Tlckets.ap.
ply to Tioket Ofnees,ntrth-oest corner ol Front aud T
Broadway; No. Walnut street, aoar Fourth; at,
south-eiist corner of Fourth end Vine street, or at
the Birth-street Depot. 1 f i ;i ' - - ,i
, r . B. MORROW, Snpoirefendent. '' :
Omnlbnsue will call for -nnseng irn 0 leaving their
names At either of the Ticket On mm. ' '
1M,,, , i. . tt, a. Vat ITU, Agent.
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