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THERE'S NOTHING LOST.
There's nothing lost'. The tiniest flower
That grows within the darkest vale, ''
Though lost to view, has stilt the power ' ' '
The rarost perfume to exhale; ' "J
ThKt porfiime, borne on the sepbvr's wings, '
May visit some lone elck one's bed, , "
Anl like the balm affection brings, ' "', TF .
'Twill sifter gladness round hsr heed.
There's nothing lost.' The drop of dew J
That trembles in the rose-bud's breast, . 1
Will seek Its home of ether blue.
And fall again ae pure and bleet; :
Perchance to revel in the prey,
Ormelstenthedry.parchhigsod, . . I . J. .
Or mingle In the mountain spray,
Or sparkle in the bow of God. .
There's nothing lost.. The seed that's esst , ,
Will jret teko root, and may at laat .
A green and glorioua tree be found; i
Beneath lie shade, eome pilgrim may ..
Seek ehel tor from the heat of noon,
While in 113 bows the breeses plar, '
Aud ong birde slug their sweetest lone.
There's nothing lost. The slightest tone
Or whisper from a loyed one's voice . ' . .'
May melt a heart of hariieet steue, ;!.
And make a saddeued heart rejoice;
Awl theu.aitaiii, the oarslees word
Our thoughtless lips too often sees, , , , ,
Ma tow n a hoart already stirred, ,
And cause that troubled heart to break.
There'e nothing loet. The faiuteet strain
01 hreattiiug Iroin some dour one's lute
Tn memory's dream may come again,
Tliough every monrntul string be mute; I
The inusioof tome happier lionr.
The harp that swells with lore's own words,
sliv thrill the soul with deepest power.
When still the hand that (wept Its chorda.
Instinct of Appetite.
The following txuthfal remarks' we clip
from an exchange .,.".' 1 ,:
We constantly notice, at our own table,
that a child will be ravenonslT fond' of a
particuhir dish, and after a while tarn from
. e- 'Pk HAndvl ia rV ti f f K AwA WO O AAnatlt.
XU, A U U i QUO VIA AO VUIM IMOIU no w vuuas-"
ueot irk the much-loved food whioh the
system required, and whieh. it drank up
greedily until it waa faliy supplied, and
then instinot would reoei ye no more. A
thirsty man, like the arid soil, drinks ia
the water until the, one is full and the
other is saturated, and then the water is
refused or rejected. The soil will not
reeoivd it, and it flows off; and when a
iimn has enough, he becomes nauseated
if he tries to drink more. To most per
H.ma water has a very disagreeable taste,
if it is attempted to be iorced., , " , ' ,.".
Thd practical oonclusion to be drawn
from these facts ia simple this: Do not
force your children or yourselves to take
nut) single mouthful of any food or drink
which they do not like.. In sickness or
health consult the instinot of your appetite,
mid yeald to them implicit and instant
obedience, There is sometimes & morbid
appetite, and if indulged in freely, injuri
uiw, if not fatal, effects may follow? but in
tho most of these cases, even. we. prefer to
bclitivo it is the quantity which 1 does the
linriii, and not the quality; so that we are
in the habit of saying to some dyspeptics:
"Kat what you most crave; , but if. you
(ind that it is uniformly followed by Some
liihagreeable feeling, instead of discarding
ilio article of food, take half as much the
next time, and continue to diminish the
quantity until it is found how much of its
favorite dish nature can take with perfoct
impunttr. If a snoonfnl only can be
taken with perfoct impunity, give nature
that spoonful as long as she craves it." ,
Most of us can call to mind cases where
a eraved dishor drink was imperatively
forbidden, under fear of death, if indulged
in, and yet the patient, in desperation, has
fittoa up in the night, satisfied the appe
tite, and recovered from that hour. ' We
advise the safer plan: Take a little at n
time of what is so earnestly craved, and
gradually feel the way along to an amount
which nature will bear. Physicians
may rest assured that if the instinot of the
invalid and the convalescent were more
closely observed and studied, they would
be more successful with less medioine.
"An article! What is an article? some
thing for a newspaper about anything,
to bo read by anybody, printed to-day,
forgotten to-morrow pumped up labori
ously from a dry brain, or welled up and
llowed over 'from strong feeling, passion
ate excitement, or from a gentle, tender
fullness of heart and mind. , Borne peo
ple write because they have to; they
mubtgo through a regular amount, for
their bread. Some people write as a
vent, just as others scream to avoid "hys
terics.' Some write lovingly, lingering
-with fond delay over their own thoughts
as a fond mother presses the sleeping in
fant to her bosom when it might hastily
bo put in itsorib,:"- Your newspaper man
becomes an intellectual machine; grind
ing out articles as a spider spins its web
from its own body. :. Men, things, soonos
and times; sentiment, pathos, ran, reli
irion and "tflrrihln anniriAnra " nm nil imit
lor his liiiir -hft is n. mirk F minrl.mnol.
. - v wa aau'-ut4ia-
strom drawing all that ho hears, sees,
ami teeis iuto nis aoyss ana senaing them
tin iiy in the calm waters-beautified by a
"sea change" or braisod and mutilated
remains. They are intellectual cormo
rants, open-eyed ' and ; eared, ready 1 to
nouace upon your thought half nttered
ha If expressed aQdrushaway with it
I'ossiblythe next day you rocognize em
beded in his article your thought either
a deformed and Vwoird ehangehng" on a
full blown rose rich with soft velvety
loaves inspiring you with the comforta.
ble belief that you have. , "somewhat" in
yourself, and that his article is indebted
to you for its best portion. They are
necessary' pests-fctbese newspaper literary
scavengers who ought to be sustained
by law. The strange" scenes the many
characters the""hghta and shadows of
life" like shifted scenes' through which
they pass give, them great power. Dick
ens, we have heard,-owes much 'to the
fact that he was a newspaper man and
draws men and things from life this1 is
the reason that in his books his readers
nro carried from scenes the most laugha
bly numerous to those whose pathos and
Mr STHRIorjgef'oBArjTrifttt WbSiliv
Place woman among flower, ofoster her
as a tender plant and (he' Jb ."thing
of fancy, waywardness, and sometimes
folly annoyed by a dew dropj fretted by
the touch of, .a .butterfly's , wing, ,and
ready to faint at tie ruiflajof v beetle!
the zephyrs arV too rough, ''the showers
too heavy; and she is overpowered by the
perfume of a rose bud. But let reaf ca
lamnity come rouse her affeotions en
kindle the fires of her heart, and mark
her then; how strong Is her ' purpose,
1'ln.cA hurin thA hfllif.nFha.Mla mn t,..
it ;hild, a .bird anytbjng she loves or
pities, to'protecP-Bnd see' her, as in a
, . 1 '7 .,
unr nuivo arms
ns n shield1, 'asf fcer 'oW
her upturned forehead', " tori
irayintf :10r life
( f.roteet the-' helpftsB.-' Transplant her
in ttffl dark plaew of earth-nwaken1 her
AnarinRfl to ftctlOli. fin d Her " t
cnnes & neatine her iireseni ia a Mobs-
ing She disputes inch tyino h,thestride
01 StalKUIg peSUienuB, nuoi j mau, iuo
strong and brave, shrinks aw ay, pale and
affrighted. ' Misfortune daui its ner not,
she ..wears' away a life of silent endu
rance, and goes forward witl t less timidity
than to her bridaL In pros' pority she ia
a bud full of odors, waiting , but for th e
winds of adversity to scatteir them abroud
pure gold, -volatile; but united in the
furnace. In. short woman is a miraole
a mystery, the oente.r from whioh ra
di&tes the great oharm of existence.
irAItRISOJV & COLL1JTS'
CENTRAI BEE-HIV GALLBBY, oor
nor nf If h ih and Western-row. Photogra phs.
Melalnotipei and Ambrotypei taken cheaper titan
elsewhere In tboity. on Colored Photograph,
made of all siaea, from life to the smallest miniature.
Plotnres neauyst'tm iipcueui, sreaiii-piiieiuger-rinia
and Uracelew. , All work warranted., .
iiulS-ey .i ,- i , A. 8. UUOOM, Artist. ,
AWABDBD THE 8ILVKB DAU
. ; i ' . i :
AT TOI . '"...'
'"state. 'fair; .
Held at ZanfKtllle, October, 1859.
' ' ' MANUFACTURED B3f
CimiBEIlMLV & CO.,
' SAMPLE AND SALB-JROOMS, .
. 1 i 1 1 i , i '
Nob. SI and 53 Vine-st,,
" (Seoond door Below Oolambla,)
New Mode of Ventilation!
., : . Cnll unti 8 'e One or ',
Heating and Ventilatijig Furnaces,
, In operallon'at ' , ;
CHAMBERLAIN t CO. '8
Btore Ware-rooms, Not. 51 and 58 Vine-it,
(Below Columbia.) - i
Sawyer &' Co.
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Of erer? description, which I am selling at asml
adranoe on Mew York prices, wholesale and rotajf,
1 , J. WEBB, Jr.,
no 1 34 Flfth-street, bst. Baoe and Blra.
fVT$ntfR TRENCH TREBLE -DIS-.'ILIiED
BOSE-WATKB, a rery suporiorartl
cleiorroediolnalorcullnarr purposes, receired aid
for sale lijr
8UIBB, KCK8TEIN A 00.,
no21o i ; - i . Opposite the ioetoffloe.
- price's Glycerin.
QUA LBS. PRICE'S GLYCERIN JUST
AmJF rereived and for sale by
BUIBK, ECKSTEIN 00., Druggist. '
H021C Opposite the Poetofflce.
(Jylcarayl of Koses. ,.
T jlHIS IS . THE MOST ELEdANT AND
.. effectual eooipound tor the cure of Chapped
Hands anil race, Sure Lips, and all roughness of tbe
bkin ever prepared. It ia tar superior to Colli Cream ,
Lotions, &c; and, as ft nerer become rancid, it may
be applied to the most delicate skin withont injuring
it in any particnlar, but, upon the contrary, It ren
ders it soft, smooth and fair. Prepared and for
ale by :
BUIBE, ECKSTEIN 00.,
no31-o Opposite the Postoffloe.
For Cleaning Glovtt, and Removing QrtauSpolt,
Paint and Stain from Cloth, Silk, Velvet,
r Jiibbmu, ngravingt, Apert, it.
BENZINE, , WHEN PROPERLY PRE
PAKJCD, baa been found by experience to snr-
-j, t ,,t,MHa,i ,uvnui.eu iur ine aooTo purpoeee ,
?nl as it can under no ciroumstanoos do thelnaet
"jury either to the textnre or the color of the article
to which It is applied, a single trial is all that Is re
oiiiitd to convince the most incredulous of Its Talna-
directions for Ita use. Prepared and for sale by
BUIHK, lsOKSTIN (J0.,
nolM 2 Oppoeite the PostoHloe.
PATENT MACHINE-MADE PAPER
BAGS, for Grocers, Drnggistt, Tea Oealera and
others, made frem extra quality of Wrapping, Ma.
nllla and White Tea Paper. me
- ),( No. I Wrapping and Manilla;
, ,, ,00((NOi , " ,
1 , ano,ooNo. i
2110,000 No. 10 "
IO,(IOONo. I) , ! . ,
' , , . W0.II0O No. 15 . "
' 800,009 No. 18
i . aoo.oooNo.ao . ,
aeoisiNo. . .....
j,JNo. ,1 WhlteTeaBagsi
, aw.iwoNo. j ,
i , aoo.oipoNo. t -
The abore are put np in packages of DOO bags each.
We are manufacturing from ilxty to aoyouty-fiTe
thousand Baga per day,
MIXON ft OH ATFIELP,
. t Punnr ru M.nr.... ......
- And Wholesale Puper Dealers,
77 and 70 Walnut-etrmt.
T, SALT WATER AND LAKE FISH
TOZER'S EASTERN FISH DEPOT.
No. 90S Vlne.nl., bat. Filth nnd Hlath.
MR. . TOZER BEGS TO ANNOUNCB
, that be has established a remlar depot for the
fileof all kinds of salt-water Fish, fresh from Hew
York ; also Lake Fish from Cleveland and SanilunkT
together with (JIAms add Oysters In the shell, Loo.'
sters, Crabs, Eels (alire), and all kinds of seasonable
dame and CaaQysrere. He will furnish theaboTa.
named articles OUKAPiCB THAN ANY OTHER
PLAOB ft ihz CITY, family" prde vomptlr
attended to and sent home free of charie. Plua
oejl ap 'w yonr nrdera. , oo!4
ti HENRY DAVID,
; tufaojean4 WaoleealeIskrt
Honpe, Perfumery, Vaner Oeade, Vc.,, .
No. 978 MAIN-STREET,
, ,. BETWEEN SIXTH AHD BETENTIf.
N -r JOBBERS BY CALLING AND
' examlnlifg niy Stock will find that I
am selling lower than any other home In the city.
Patent Sign Depot,
J Ho. 210 Weitern-row, i
KrHHERE THOSE BEAUTIFUL CAST
Iron Block letters are manufaotnred.
Addresa U Itnolllw B. WABD.
3A. B. COLVULE, .
'; Scale Mnnnfitotnrrr, ' ' ,
No. 41 But Seoond-stroet, between Sycamore and
Broadway, Oinciiinati, keep every iteaoription of .
Counter, Plntform, Cattle, Railroad Depot.
m n M ni,nnlr U..I... rl 1
and Truck Moale) Truoka.
Repalrag done on the ehortest aotloe.
R. R. CAR AND SWITCH LOCKS,
Door and Gate-Sptingi, 1 ;;. ,;
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
Bolls Hung, Keys Fitted.
' The publlo are respectfully Invited to mil And e.
amine the various patterns and ariose. All Jobbing
pronpur attended to ;
. , t.EORCB OIoGRBGOB.,
noJcm Bo. 113 Tif th-atreet, ad door from Baoe,
O AND Yl OANDY
' EC-;: 3KTa :OLi-2L'ltELB''
(Snooseeor to Hmi Co,)
Manufactareri aud Wholeaal Detlm
FLN'fi AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIN STREET,
B. KITTREDGE f. CO.
134 MAIN BTBBBT, OISO r.n, fir
KITREDGE Be FOLSOM.
e St. Oharlei street, New Orleans, La.,
liuportere orUnnsdc Hpirtln Apporatna,
ADD DBAIiKRB IN OOfT P0WD1R. . .
RAILROAD HOTEL. ,
(fronting the Steamboat landing.) ,
Nuiib-eaat Vomer Broadway and Front.
01I0IHNAVI, OHIO. ' ' ' v
R. F. LEVEEING, Proprietor.
1 ' o7-ml "
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
tUNVraornniu AND DIALI&g IN , .
FURNITURE, CHAIRS, "AND ALL
kinds of Mattresses and Bedding, at the old
stand, No. 136 Hycumore-etreet, east side, between
Fourth and Flfth-streete, seventh store abovp
Fourth-street. Church Pows lined and ouahioned.
AU orders promptly attended to. ool-om
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MANUPACTDRERS OF AR, BBEKT
and Boiler Iron, Plow Blab's, Hailroad Spikes
Bto. Alao.Areotifortbesaleof lronton StarMalla
Wareroomi Ho. 19 Kant Second Street, Oinclnnat 1
V010. ... .
' sMTAllklnda Iron ntadeto order. lot
bVINDKHT ltL. JAMU T1BM
L. BYL & CO.,
CLEANERS OF BINK3 AND VAULTS,
No. W Sixth-street, between Vine and Baoe, In
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
may lavor us with their patronage, can rely on nunc,
tuallty and low prices, . aepf-ay
Money! Money! Money!
' Removed from 51) Wait SUth-utreet. j
MONET LOANEDOir WATCHES, JEW
BLKY and all kindg or Merchandise, at low
rates of internet, at So. 173 Vlne-strnet, between
ronrth and Fifth. : -Hi
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, NO. 8 EAST
, Fourth-street, between Slain and 8; canto's. Cin
cinnati. r He-binding In every styls. Jlnai Books neat
ly and durably bound. . , 0. UROFPIUi.
PHILADEIiPIIIA . ....
Dining; and Coffee Saloon,
' NO. Ill H riFTH-STItEET, SOUTH BIDI,
(Near the cornor of Vine,)
C. I, VICKBRg, Proprietor. ,'
Oyster, and Game served in all stylus. Monls at ail
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OP
TDK SKIN, RHEUMATISM, DISEASES OF
WOMEN, and auch Cbronlo complaints ai maybe
benefitted by the Bygyenio and Atmopathlo system
' Vapor, Sulphnr, Iodlno, Arsenic, Mercury, Tnr.
klsh, finsslan and Zlectro-Ohemlcal Baths, a Dls
ponsary of Modlcine, and every manner of Xlectrio
and Magnetic Apparatui.
SO. 57 WK8T BKTENTH-BTBBKT.
tWrOfflceh-qna A. M. to li P. ' anll-tft
R. 8. NEWTON. M. D,
Office, 9Q Weit Seventh Street,
iirwin tmi m bam.
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
OmoB-He. 90 West Heventh street, between Vine
and Uace. KmrtNrr-Ko. 63 Seventh street, be-
F8 S'Cr4. SSI 7 w
VM. MT. HUNTER.,.
"Q . aff6 Vlue.atrcet.
0. B"IH,l. r
BO N SAUL
' R. A. SUITS
Ha. IIS Wast ill Jtth.stoaett
' 01 NCI NN ATI- ' y' hm
(Bnceessor to Knowlton Taftsy -' u '
No. 5(1 West Fourth St., bet. Walnut (fc.Vluo
mvu CINCINNATI, OHIO. '
g. It. HAKLBK. Tj' . ,Irn.. .
Drs. EAM1EII t SML1T1I,
Jfo. 3 Wert Vwrth . "
im " .
.wAanis. . ' " J. boibbii.
PES. WODIK & DOUGHTY,
T 23 NT "E I STS,
Offic No. 138 Went Fourlli itreel, .
n: p. EiaAS. .
'' Sew. Wholesala ,i., . s-.
WATCH & JEWELRVQOUSB
Where can be had every srihils appertaining to the
a mucn tesa price, for GASH, than
has ever before been offered Id this market. ,
(JIVE U8 A. CALL
And see for yoflrselvot. SfJA,
" '" J BWKLKK, " -i,.-..-,,--
Ho.MXJf.JB, Cor. Ilftb and Lodjo struts, betwee .
. j Walnot snd Vine, Cincinnati. ;
AgoodMBortmont of SILVEB and PLATED WABA.
' ori,usAUAa, atni, sept constantly On hand. -
Bpeclal atten tion given to Cleaning and Bopairioi
watches and Jewelry. . my 10
BEGG8 etc SMITH. No. 6 West 4th St.
A KB NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortnaant at WalehM.
Bllverwar. and Diamonds. . ., .
A flu. aMnrimen. Af VI -rr. n
ndOporiula.; " i"B- wnwjr,
Tlie Latest Improvement
... JfKOWH'S SHITTTIE
mjANUFACTURED .BY THE , OHIO
- .v.,.B Mim.uiuo vutu,Hnr, w weei jourtn
street, eiproesly adapted for Fumily TJse. Dress Uak.
Int, Gaiter- t ttlog and TailorinJ. Warranted to
not fail to Diamlno befor parchaaing, Kxtrtvin.
(Hwaaevaawsj VUlim llV AOUW.
hi BBOWK, A(ent,
. H04-ra 40 West Ifourth-atreet
LADD, WEBSTER 6e C0,'S
,1' :'1.'"'r fcOUK STITCH ' , '"
' '"stevrijic machines, '
80 , "VVest :. Foui-th-stroet,
. wbu vine ana jvainut-streeu, uinelnaatl.
wr Bend p)r a Olron. . ... : , efja
3O.-; 30t V $30, ,f $30,
Thirty-Dollar Double look-Sthoh
FJJEY SEWING IIMINES
' 8EOTJS1D BT KKOENT LETTIB8 PATiNT,
nnHIS MACHINE HAS REKN Pan
A HO0NCKD by all competent Jndaes, who
have seen It, to bo the beet and most desirable Fam-
""""'i Diacnmo evpr introduced, roaardleaa
f priest It will sew all kinds or family goods,
from the. very thickest to the very flneatfabrioemade,.
and nses all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 200.
No oil Is used on top of the Moehlne.
Send for a circular, or call and see it in operation.
Upon early application, SUt and County Bl.uwniay
An eaergetlo person can make a fortune In a short
tlrao. Agents wauLcd In all unsold territory.
! EclenndexelosivaniiontfortlieUulleil States,
aenHfmt Went Fourth -H reat. Cincinnati.
Day's Medal Jobber.
W, T. & S. D. 1)AY & GO.,
Mannfacturers and Dealers In
PRINTING : PRESSES,
( BOTH HAND AND PnwRB V '
A'"-l jinn's o rrlntlnc Materials," Nos.
ii9 xi 9 ua j77 west reoond-treet,
v CINCINNATI. OHIO.
I7JSPKCIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
-A to our MRDaT. .inRRtio wi.ki. .v
eighteen months we have introduced tliem into four-t
twu different States of the Union, with the greatest
satisfaptlon to the parties piirchaslnB;. The power Is
applied to the oentnr of the platen j couseouently
there is no p"snbiUty of its springing from any
amount of pressure. The motion is so transmitted
to it as to cause a dwell on tho point of contact with
the form, insuring A PERFECT IMPUESSIOil at
a nigh rate of speed.
Printers In want of the BEST JOBBER should
not surchase hwuhan lth... ,1.
5r?.i!lA1'BA11TED t0 lT0 the most entire satis
M"ADAMS ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUND
f-VV.?'!"' J,n,t what the Ladies have long needed
i The Uterine Elixir is warranted to cure all dls
Wh0f.Alae nW I"flAmmatS,n of the
BKb' the 1yd,l',oy"' lh Ovaries, and the rrethra,
F.'X'.f ftE? or n of tn? Womb. Painful Menatra
atlon, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; iufact, aporfectenre
r -. v. uuui .wu .u uve unities
of the Elixir, of any disease whatever of thd Gener-
I iiT' wrgans, oi male m female, no
Madame ELLIS calls particular attention to the
.ttar.0' mo, proa,inent DrB-
"To tns PtiBuoAijn THs'LitiiKS m I'abtiodi.'ab'.
We, tho undersigned, are not in the habit of giving
?n jDli?ie 19 f111 Mediclneei bt knowing well the
vu LPh2sioiin' n?,th81uediu',ecl''He Utsrine
Klixir, we oheerrully recommond It to all females
entlorlng from Female Diseases of any kind: it is
purely vegetable, and In no case can do injuiV; wt
i.iiu,,uuourwa lor it, you will ana re-
P. I. 11 II, I,, nmiririat.
se27 "Corner of Killhand Baoe-streets."
a i. s n
MADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH SIMU
' LATINO (101II1H aktv T.rvvn pium
V.f?'.wirtho,it V,M ' the Breast, Back,
niiltw f t! mui Couglis, Golds, Hoarseness, Uiffl-
, ' ul1")t utjauacne, p'uiiuioncy, rieari'
!mf1,?.c"ate 'r?l'?':' of the above diseases
wui give reiiei in twenty minutes, and a perma
nent cure by the use of two bottles. Only SO cents
bottle so oheap that every person can got It..
'A BFor sale lyF. D. HILL, Druggist, cornor
of Kaceand Flfth-sin-eta: J. D. PARK, corner of
Fourth and Walnut; SUIRE, ECKSTEIN A ro.,
corner Vine and PourthrJOHN DlCKSuK, oomer
of John and Sixth; PAUL KEINLKIN, corner ol
Klghth and Freeman. Also, EDWARD SCANLAN
St will S?""1 Maln n Fourth; and Madame
A.LLIB,2-t East Fourth. .. .,, .. . .,, sep27ay
THE MOSTREMABLE FIRL3 AND
BDBOLAR TBOOF SAFES. They haveglven
more satisfaction than any other now In rise.
Weofler a reward f fb.VM tmaiuimii iuii j
lIiAK to oiiy person that can, up to the present
iime.snowa single instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their odD tents, i i; n i
With this 8AFK we ohaUqiigo all competition, as
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Jlre
and Bnrglsr Proof 'now made; and are willing to
t ith any establish nient. in the Union, andtbe
of2 WO t0 'grfcU to tlM,0,Ilur' "?
Wears' prepared to fhrnlsh A better Safe, and at less
fctJMhan auiiotber uianuctaoturor in the United
lond.hsnd gafes 'efothet 'roaltoni'. sliw on'h'ani
We respectfully Invite tho pntilio to' call and exam.
Ins our stock before purchasing eUewhore. .
' . HALL. OARKOLL ft CO.,
ngB-ayt "lToi. Ift and 17 East Oolombla itpftj
Wt B. DODDS,
-.: ', W. It. Ilodds &( iCo..;.1:.
, .,.. suavrAonmiaj ft fw,,', ' ,,i,,.t .
'. O O 3T O UTJ Jtjr
Fire and ' Burglar '' Proof
W. Corner f; Vine A seoontl fttreeti.
be found olsewhere.
We have a large assortment en hand, and are de.
ternsinod to sell at price that cannot faU to please,
': ; '''lO Vd''iS'a I .
Taksa In eichange. SECONDHAND BAFEB Al.
mavm in h.ml -r ... I .
.ml yliDlf RITTimtB
Excelsior Fluid Inks." :
Haimfactory. 89 Vine 8t m v
WM. ; n. BALDWIN, ATTOENIY
AND OOBNSBLLOE AT LAW and tlaster
Commissioner of the Superior a Common Pleas
ftTulVdtsr1""' WH -"-FflUI.
: Sm ' ''
r,; vnronio uneuiuausm, Bullous Chollc.Oramp
t'joilc, Gaping Pain . of the Bowels, Dullness,
B-ppor, Inactivity, loss of Appetite, and in Pain
ful AlAnatni.tlnn I ia m -.J .1
Thii Is the moat reliable TIBS AHD BTJRGLA
PSOOF SAFE that Is made In the TJnlUd Stat,and
warranwn rwrfvetlr free from damp. Can be sold
at lower srioea.&nd la of mirk wan .hi .--
BY STATE AUTHOBITT.
Incorporated 1519. Charter Perpetual
WAgeijcy established In Olnolnnatl in an
tedating all present local Insurance Companies and
Agencies mine insurance Dusiuees in inn oity.
years com' ant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
eriencenterprise and liberality, especially com
mend the J3TNA Insurance Company to the favora
ble patronage of this communitr standing solitary
and alouS, tbt sole survivor and living pioneer ol
UiBclunatlnudVrwrltorsoflbM. r ' " - '
Iiassea paid In (Cincinnati during vast Fire
i ears, i3u,iia A 7.
lAnHnf.lITR AlMD T1NTMPAIRKD.I with a
SURPLUS QK 11,030,423 80.
And the prestige of 40 years success and oapesf enoe.
' 1 IHVMTMIllta OF . i r
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OF 814,000,000, L08HE8
Have been paid by the 3Jtna Insurance Company In
the past 40 years.
Fire and ialaad ISavlaailon. RUks eocepted
at terms consistent with amvencv and fair nroltta.
Kspocial attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms cf 1 to y
Application made to an? duly, .athorised Agent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
imate Insurance boalness, thlsCompany Is enabled
to offer both Indemnity for the past and seoutitjfor.
.uoiuturo, r liiHBueuwiiiiuaiuumr e,
J AH. 11. OAiTKlt, Agent, No.. 40 Mainstroet.
- A. F, PATOil, Assistant Alteni. ...
H. K.. L1ND EY, Agent 171 Vine street. '
J.J. HOOKli (, Agent. Fulton . 17th Ward, aoj
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
New Insurance Agency1 1(
'Ol Old Established --'t
OWFI O WEWS, jr, Agent
: Wo. Public Xandlu, 1 -
OINCIITHATI, 0. "" ' '
. iv. . .ii ; : . i' .J
OONWAf IVSUItANOE C0 Oash Assets,
oi tonwiiy, mass. . j 94ti,U0l.
LAFAYKTTB INS., 00., 1 Oash AsReta,
of Brooklyn, M. Y. J 8l3,000l
HAMPDEN INS. CO., flash Assets,
of Springfield, Mavd. j
BOAED OP CINCINNATI REFERENCB:
Hlnltle, Guild Oo;, R. A. Holden A Co., '
Wileon A Hnydeu. . i Goeilnian A Vornholi
Htadler s Bro., ' N. W. Thomas Si Co.,'
Latimer, (lolburniLupton, James Calhoun, Ku
Kimble Weed. . !
" Hlnks taken on tho most faTorbleternieooniatent
with solvency. . : ..
' Losses houorablv adjusted, and nromntlv nald In
' (Late Assistant Seo'y Firemen's Ins. Oo.) -'
- - i noamt ' ; i "
OONSOLI DA T I ON
Fire and Ma.lue Insuraiice Agencies .
or TBI. ' ,.. . . ,;
, OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Offices: Noa. 171 Vine and 40 Main-stroels,
;', OIMCIMNATI. '
SI. 000,000 00
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
inform their frionds and patrons that they have
this day entnH into partnerHhip. under the name
and stylo of CAHTUK A LIMDSfcY, aa the Fire and
Marino Insurance Agents of tho iKtna lusiirace
Company, of Uartford, Jonn., and have thnretore
conholldated their sepaiate .Agenries. For the con
venienoeof their oustouiirH ami others, they con-
...,,.d ml. ii uiiiu-, v. iiiiu a, in .,,.
street, where they will be plesstd to hear from their
friends, and trust that the patronage that has hitherto
been so lilierally bestowed to each will not. diminish
by tho union thns formed
. CARTER cfc IjI NOSEY,
JAM ICS II. OARTKK, . , ' ' ,j
tlKNBY K.L1KDSKY. J . t Aents.
Cincinnati, lNovember 1, 1869. , . nolam
"" OK CINCINNATI. ' .
OFFICE IN THE SECOND ST'oRT' OF
No. 2 front-street, botwoon Main and Sycamore.
This Company is taking fire, Inland and Marine
Risks at current rates of premium. . ,
Losses fairly adjusted and promptly paid.
' . . PIRECT0K8:. ... i .'
TFKckert, ' ' T Ball. . SWPomeroy.
William Olenn, WOWhitcher, WO Mann. '
Robert Mitcboll, W H Conutook, L 0 K Stone, i
Kobt Buchanau, 0 0 Shaw, Geo Stall,
Wm 8ollew, , Both Evans, J H Taafro,
David Gibson, ' II Brnebman, J Olahnin, ' ' '
U Clearwatsr, ,;ThosIt UlUott. ' i ...
T. I". KCKERT. rresldent.
BTErnsNMoRst, Secretary. not
Fire and Marine Insurance.
CUizciis' lusurance Company)"
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
. ; ' I-U 'DIRKCTORS: '
, Willlsm. Wood; .isaiMO. Oopeleni-. .'
James if. Cunningham, Wydney 8. '
. ., ,
:i Andrew Jtrkenbrecher, Joseph Reaklrt, '
. ; tleo. W.BIshop, - Wm.l'isher,
(. if ,'t.i .George K. Dixon. - n
';. ' WAAO 0. OOPKIB, President; '
r (ixo. W. Oopilin, Secretary. v 1 .
. - - A.M. BOBSV'Ssmror. '
Is prepared to Issne Polirlns 6n Kire and Marine
Bisks, on favorable terms. OUice JSo. 3 Wtst Third
street, Trust Co. Building. noSbfin
, ,. National Insurance Co.,
,,' ; l""1"'Clnelnnntl', Ohio. 1 "'' ''
.(Offlce 8ontK-west Oor.' Main and Jront-sfreets;) 1
Marine, Inland-Transportation and
,i , i itPire, Bisks , ,
' TAKEN AT CURRENT KATES. , '
,,; i .;.'; "!'. ,; mitirnTnns. ''
rfcinn wiirgorne,' s,m ouiitn,
$ Hepwortb, , flhus L Aloors,, M Keohhelmer. !
f X Wiedemer, . Xoos 0u, 8 W bmith,
JLRosj. Thus R Biggs', Flenr)' Kills.- '-'
H. 0. UBNKB, Bec'y. JJiO. BtTllO01fNB.fres.i l
noBbfm,. . ; . -P. A, Hpiiiumaw, Surveyor. :
n. . ,, , ! "
i, ESTABLISHED IN 1S29. .
OPFICIj NO. : 4 .FJftONT-fiTREET. IN-
HCIBE8 sgainst Loss And Damage by Fire; also:
Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation, i : j
, hi.-.! T-.-DIBECTOBSt '. t-:i ..in!! -tV
Jno.W Hartwell, A ilea (Jollier, William Besor.
John W Ellin, JamesLupton, Chas.W Rowland,
John W Dudley, .Tallies A Frazer, 1 W Castleld, '
UTWoodrow, It l W Taylor, A 8 Winslow,
OSWUliuuis, HUellirner, BowmaiiU JlAni.
, JOnN W. HAUTWELL, President,
: O. W. Wrt.i.TAMS. HerretarT. ' noS "
AHtu-iJo , ,, . -saaiirt
euiw4'q)T uoti4tl4d Tn tae siinojQ
Hwij-qmni.0Q pa Aiw-nj88Ai 'lo0 'E H
v "00 3J H3HVH 'M. 'AJl ' !
i -t ' .W1ieisiigayeiqiitjoj'-oi'gnitrfl
H0f)Utioa 'SJasosj Juoia 'aaiqoiH nms -SJStt
una du pas ada,qKl t'Pllos voj 'timviji-mr
uoai oioais &t ax in i ,'Sazis 11 V
' . niHU pun f npnJ!j aiqujioa , ,(.,
1 IWi'.t, f 'I rt I - II 1 1 !, 't'i ii; " '-tft '!' '-)
mHE ' OUTCAST ELASTIC ME.
JL TALLIO KOOFINO" Is offered to the public
as tbe best snd cheapest Metal Hoof now used, Its
merits tested by sn experience of years In this city
and vicinity. ; Applied so flat .or steep, 014. or new
buildings. No solder used fastened securely with
ont exposure to tbe action of the elements. ' -
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any pert of
tho United Bkatas. can be auhltea b. anv ona with
ordinary mechanical skill. OrdersjpromptW filled,
132 Weet Second street.' '
WILLIAM ; DISNEY, ATTORNEY
AT LAW, Chase Buildings No. last Third
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Great Western and North-western
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
The Shortest Route between Cincinnati '; '
-i 'suid Chleaso. '"' j. 'i
1 Three PassengerTralnaleaveOInolnnstldally, from '' ''
tbefootof illllandFrontstroets. ;
: Oi30 A. BI. Chicago Mali arrives at Indianapolis
at 111:10 PriuT., Chicago at Hi:tO 1', M. This tralo ..'
connects with all night' trains out of Chicago tor '
the West and North-west; connects at Iudlanapo-"
lis with trains fur Torre liuutu; also with turn '"
trains for rein. Losananort. Hurt Wayne and To.. ,
.ledo. - .. .
ViflS P. M. Torre Haute ana Laymyette
oonimusntson arrives at indianavolla at 6: li P.m., 1
making direct connections at Inilianaiolla with La '
layette trains for Uecatnr, Springfield, Maples, ljuln.
cy, Hannibal and 8t. Joseph,
7 P. IH. Unlearn Kxpresa arrives at Indianapolis
at 12: 15 Av M., mnklna elese connections at Oh. jago ,
with all morning trains out of Chicago.
' Bleeping cars are attached to all toe night trains
on this line, and run through to OhJoagv withont i
change of oars. .'
This is exclusively a Western and North-westtrn
route, and' with fav.rsble and reliable arraugamenls ,
with all connective; roads, tluonsbout the entire
West, guarantees unusual care and t he. amplest ao
oommodatious to the patrons ol this line.
The Couipauy's esclusiiic Talegraph Line Is need "
when necoteary, to govern the movement of trains,
and Looghrldge a celebrated Patent Brakes, are at- . ..
tached to al pwannstr triUns. by which Ihey can be
perfectly controlled; besides all tha other modern Im
provements necossury for the oomlort, nud safety bt '
jwesongtrs, Uie liauugers of, this road have liberally ?
provided, J1 i . ;:T.
" BiiioklhBsiion thlslJUe.' " ; ' ' '"' .-'
Be rare yon are lnrt he right ticket office before
yoa. purchase yoiir tickets, and ash for tioketa via ; '
Lswronceburg and Indianapolis. V '
fare the same M lif any other route. Baggaca
checked through. '" '"'" ''' ' 1 '
TUItOTJGH TICKETS, good until nscd, can he ob- -tamed
at the ticket office, at Upencer House Corner ;
aorth-westcorntr Broadway and Front: Ko. 1 Bur- i: -J
set House Corns r; at the Walnut-street Boose, and s
at Depot office, loot of Mill, on Front street, where " "
all necessary Info rmation may be had .
Omnibuses ru fo and from eaob train, and will '
call for passengers st all hotels and all carts of the
city, bj leaving address at elt her office.
r W. H. L. NOHLI,
nolt ' ' 11 ' ' General Tlckot Agont
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
42 IX DAILY TEAINS LBAV TUT. '
uutti, -annul Jtr'.'I'Oft,
I run through to Cleveland SanJoskrJTo- ' ,
I In diauapulis without change of cars.
eh Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North
sn and North-western cities.
B A. M. HXFRRMH TRAIN For HamflloD,', v
Itlcuraond. Indianapolis, Laluvette, Chicago, and all
WeKtornCltins. t'ounncls at Klchmoiid 'Witn 0. and . ,
(J. itond for Logansport; also conuocts' at Hamilton ,'.'',
for Oxford, 4c.
:30 A. BI. TRAIN For Dayton; Springfield,
Saudusky, Toledo und Chicago. This traiu makes i
closa uonuectieus with all Irulus leaving Chicago the '
same eveiilnn. Also oouneol avl'smnA-roa Co-',
LUiisiie; at Bellcfontaine with B, and I. R-, It., Bast ' 1
and West: at Forestwith J'ittsliuru, Fort Waynoand
Chicago Railroad East and Wem; at Clyde with
Cleveland and Xolcdo-Rstlropd trains .Cleveland
aud Detroit; nt Laytoh foxtirswivlllo, Union, Win-''-
cheater and Muneie. , p-
10 A. M. EXPRRSSTUAIN-For Cleveland f
via Delawaro for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston, New
York, and all lantern cities AIbo connects at Crest-1 '
lino for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, aud all . ' '
Sasterti eilles. ' . ,
3i4l V. HI. TRrtlN-For Hamlltor, Richmond,
Indianapolia, Torre liaute and Haiut Louis: con
nects nt Hamilton for Oxford, Ac. '
3i30P. il. TRAIN For Dayton, Bprlnglleld. "
BellcfonUlne, Lima,. Toledo, . Detroit, Chlosgo.and
all points in Canada. Connects at Bellefontaiue with
B. and I. B. It., East and- Wost. 1 7 'iV
, ltiKOP. l. KXeitftuMTRAIN-irorClevB.
land via Delaware lor Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
iew York, apd all Eastern cities. AUo.oouuectsat
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
nod all Eastern cities. " -.. ' x
. WsTThe night Kx press Train leaving Cincinnati at '
11:30 P. M.,leavsdallyexotpr8ArnBDAVg. All other
trains leave daily gxosrr Susbays;
For further iuformation and rickets, apply at the '
Ticket ofllcos-north-eajit corner Front and Broad. -,,
way; No. leoTValnut-itreot, near Qibson House; at ')
tbs new Ticket Office, on the west side or Vine-street; ';
betweenPostotfloeand Burnet House; at the Welnnt- "'
street llouoe, or st tue Sis ilKtreet Depot.
1)013 . i D. MnLABUN. Hnpertntendent. "
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Dailv.
Two Throngli Expresa Trgijig' ' ,
I THIRST: TRAIN-DAT EXPRESS AT 10
' A. M., connects via Columbus and Cleveland;
via Columbus, Steubenville and Pittsburg; via
Oolnmbus, Crestline and . VHtsborg; via Colum
bus and Bel lair (WhooIluO. Also, Springfield, for
Sandusky, Detroit, to. This train stops botween
Cincinnati and Columbus, at all tbe principal sta.
tiens. . . . ......
. KCOND TRAIN-Colmnbus Accommodation .
at 1: In i1. nl. This train stops at all atatlons be
tweeu Cincinuatl and Columbus, and Cincinnati and ' .
Springfield. , ,
TlilRII TRAIN Night Express at IliftO P.
SI:, connects via Columbus and Bellair (Wheeling); '
via Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg: via Colom
bia Suiubepvills and Pittsburg: yia Oolmubus aud
Cleveland,:." , ... . . . . .,' . ,, '
This Train store at Lovslatut', Morrow, Xenla
and London. BL JCKl'ING OA B8 ON THIS TRAIN.
taThoDay Express runs through tn (Jleveiaud,
Wheellugaud Pittsburg, via Bteubenvllle, without ,
ctm ge f cars. ,
The NIGHT CXPBE8H Train leovlng Olnclnnall
at 1 liftO P. M.. runs dailv. exennt RATIlKIkATS. I
The of hor Trains run daily, excopt MONDAYS.
For all infonnatlnn,and 'Xhrnugh Ticksu to Bos.
ton, new xorKi f nuadoiriiita, tutitlmore, w asning.
VD, Jiuauio, jNinsnra sans,
i."u, j.tiuuiv, jiinKitia can
rittsbnrg, Whoellng, and
juuaun, v'lDTPinuu,.) I
l.l.l. '. 1 i , .
ii ine sissiem places,
apply at the Olscee, Walnut Btiet House, No. t Bnr-C
net House, south-east cornor ot Broadwsv and Fret
streets, and at the Ibastoru Depot, . . . . ,
iraiusrun Dy wiumoustims, wnicals seven, nun
ntea faster than Ctncinnati time. ,
. . i J. DDBAND. Bup't. ,
Omalbusea call forpsssengers by leaving dlreotions
at the Ticket Olllccs. ' Uol4 .
Commencing May 22, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
TIlltOTJGH" WITHOUT CHANGE OlT cAkU. :
.TwA llnllu Truin. f,.P Vlniunim,.. flnlrn nnri fl.
Louis, at :w. 11., and 8:) P. M. .', , .
i aree vauy. irains i.t,. jjouisvine, at n.uu a, a.,
2:iKI P. HI., and i:SO P. 3f . ,. . , . , . ,
une Train for Kvarsvilie at :30 P. M,' 1
1 ho Trains connect at Kt. Louis fur nil rolnlaln
Kansas and Nebraska, Bknnlbal, Qnincy and Keo.
bnk; iitHt. Louis and Cairoor Memphis, Vicksburg,
Natchez and New Orleans, n-.
line Tlirougu Train on eunday at 8:30 P. AI. ....
HetUBNINO Faat Lino IiArv. Rii.t Rl..T.nul..
Bnndays excepted, st M A. 11., arriving at Clncln.
oAtl hi 1(1: III P. M
Uxraxse Imu-Lean East Bt. Loiils dally at liM
P. ll.' arriving at Cincinnati ut 1:4k A; M.' i
ouices. v ainui-sireet nouee, notweon Bixta find
Snveuth-atreets, No: I Riirnet House, corner of!lce,
north-west comer of Front and Broadway, Spencer '
House Office, and at the Depot, corner Front and Mill.-'
Itroets.v W. H.CLElIENT,G()n'l,Superlutendet. ,
OmuDjuses c,iill fijr paflsengers, , oca
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
li V - OaiCAGO, " - ''
... .. .. i. 'iSSm., ;:!.";. '
KmneotlonsforaltotherWoaterusnd North-western I.,
soin s. This Train also conneetsat Biohmond with '
OinclnBatl anil Chicago Roads.for Andersgd.Xoko. '
llZhkiEi'9? ' -7 lM.,WsJasS(i falter , !
LOUIS NIGHT US.PBKKH.-The above Trains make 1"'
wu.. vinTir.;imiie av i uuianseoiis, iiainyoite and vhl
west. r :. a
sT-Throuih Tickets (Iven and Baggage eheokeH " '
tbroagh; ' '''. . ' . ' ' '
Toi further fbformarton and Through Tickets, sp.' '
fly to Ticket OflleoSnoitb-cast corner ot Front and " '
Mwwir.7f jnir. 11. namut in,, UIIT SOnrtn, at
tl "&' MQBBOW, ipov!tendeiii.;;: i
. iMnUbtlsee will sail for passeng irs nr leavlns iluls .
naaisi at either of the Ticket Oil m. ' .
Ft"' irins lor jerre unuio, springneio, at ak . , .
Island. Gelesburg, EenoshaTLa Crosse, Jacksonville.
BanvUle, Burlingtou, llilwsrakse, Matwn, Naples.
Galeae. Qnincy, Prairie da Chien, Pans, Peoria!
unloith, Bacine, Pecatar, Bloominstou, Jollet, La
ille. bt. Paul, and alltowns and cities In tl,. Nnrih
W.H. ctllTH, Agent,