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LOVE FOR LOVE'S SAKE.
BY ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING.
If tbon most love me, tot It b for naught '
Iio.pt for love nki only. Do not say
I 1st hsr for her smile her look htr nr
Of speaking slowly for a triok of thought
Which (kill in well with mine, and cartes brought
A huh or pleasant ease on tuoh a jlay-
For than thing! in themselvsa, Beloved, may
Be changed, or change tor thee-and Ion so wrought
May be unwreugbi so. Neither ion me for
Thin own dear pltr'a wiping my cheeks drr- "
HI no one might well forget to weep who bora
Thy comfort long, and loee tbf love thereby.
But lovs m for love's lake, that evermore
Thoa mayst ion on through lon'a eternity. '
The Gridiron Ordeal of Free Masonry—
A Police Officer Alarmed at the Initiation
The New York Evening Post relates
thu amusing story: ; 1 .MI
Captain Jenkins, of one of the precincts
above Canal street, enjoys tho reputation
of being an able police officer. A short
time sinoe he entertained the fancy to unite
with the Free Masons, and was accordingly
proposed, balloted for. and elected. A
well-known citizen accompanied him to
the plaoe of meeting. The lodge was in
the upper story of a louse, the lower floors
of which were employed, as a plaoe of
entertainment, The neophyte was left
in an apartment adjoining the servants'
room, while his friend went above , stairs
to assist the opening of' the ceremonies.
A muscular Celtic maiden soon oaught a
glimpse of the stranger, and resolved to
take part in his initiation. Setting down
her smoothing-iron, she procured the
gridiron, and placed it over the range. It
was not long before the' . Captain, looking
inquisitively in through the door, saw the
utensil reddening in the"-heat The
recolleotion flashed through his mind of
Masonio candidates and some peculiar
ordeals which they were made to e'nooun
ter. His hair would have' risen but for
the perspiration, whioh darted through
the pores and saturated it with moisture.
"What is that, Bridget?" he eagerly in
quired. "And sure, replied the Hiber
nian virgin, "it's only the gridiron that I
was told to place over.the coals." "Who
told you?" asked thef eager policeman
"And was it not the gentleman who came
with your' ,'What could he want of it?"
demanded the Captain, 1 "And sure I
oan't tell," replied Bridget;, "they're are
often using it; it belopgs to the people
above stairs. I always heat it when they
want to make a Mason." ' It was too much;
the eyes of the Captain were about start
ing from their sooketSj. when hearing
steps descending the stairs, he sprang to
ta a4i-aiM A Via af-.a rw alwnnl a ml
uv uuuii vavaicu tug lafJt" em vi. vvUUV4) uuu
hastened toward the precinct where he
reigned supremernor oonBidered himself
sate till he bad re-assumed the blue cos
tume, buttons and. club, nd' entrenched
himself behind the desk 'How the lodge
received the intelligence of the hasty
departure of the neophyte who was to
"learn more than they . diwei, toll" we
are not informed. Since' that time the
Captain has conceived violent antipathy
ti Becret societies; and,' although elected
to membership in a lodge pf the Sons of
Malta, he resolutely refused to visit the
lodge, assumed the mystio apron, or grasp
the scroll of honor. He rsmomharn his
former observations, and is afraid of being
Womsjj asRkvibwbks. Fanny Fern
writes as follows on this theme:
Good I. I admire that "Awomoncan
never be a competent book reviewer, be
cause in her decisions she would invaria
bly be influenced by her feelings instead
of her judgment" Now, everybody knows
this comes with a peculiar unction from
the sex who never nib their pens over a
new book, save to tell the gOBpel truth
about it. Never find fault with it, be
cause it is "a woman's book." Though,
ton to one, at that very time the critic is
sailing under false colors, and writing
over a feminine nom de plume trash
which Mydeqent woman would be
ashamed olT " "
Never fall furiously on a book because
thetiutlior's wares have found a market
where the critic's were declined. Never
sell a favorable opinion Of a book to the
highest bidder, or indorse it from a bird's
eye view of the title page, middle chapter,
and last leaf. The perusal of a favorable
reaiew, too, is very delicious, after Rear
ing the critic in private express a di
rectly contrary opinion. Oh, tilings
would undoubtedly be much worse if a
"woman critic," whose "feelings" pre
ponderated over her "judgment, Bhonld
take this responsible offioe. Oh, yes.
HUMOR AND SENTIMENT.
A high bent.-A hole in the orown of
t&"That'Baflame of mine," as the
bellows said to the fire. '
JSIt is a shame, if any person poorer
than you is more contented than you.
J&Fools are ruled by their humor,
but wise men by their interest '
jWe suppose that a man who never
on&nVa"m a o La .alrl M Vaan hia .Ai.fl '
C3The man who was hemmed in by
a crowd has been troubled with a stitch
in his side ever sinoe. '.t.
1 ffafThe quickest way to make "eye
water" is to run your nose against a
.'' lamp-post' ; :
SfcsfMay tho person who makes one
pound two a day bo said to double his
tfiTA secret is my slave as long as I
keep it under, a secret is my master the
, moment u escapes, irom me.- .
i fia7A woman has often committed her
self by talking never by holding her
tongue.' ,,. o ..
JHfjrThere is s man In town so know
ing that people who don'tknow their own
minds, come to him for information on
IQrThe vain man idolises his own
person, and here he is wrong; but he oan
not bear his own company, and here he
is right -r.-V.a.
ISTI f yon would enjoy your cigar, and
ut mis BHiuo viiuo wo Booiecy oi uie iaaies,
you should invite none but widows, for
they will bring their own weeds. '
fjTAa Irish coachman, driving past
game narvess nejfls aunng summer, ad-
exclaimed, "Arran, me darling, I wish I
was in jail for stealing ye!" h,
. aaA vounir lad v. fond of daneinr.
traverses Li the course of a season about
four hundred miles. ' ' Yet rjo lady would
think of walking that distance in six
months. , ,
i .1. ; . i ...
Olivii Wikdill Holms oh thi "Broad
eDo." In the November number of the
Atlantia Monthly Sr. Holmes, "The Profeuor
at the Sreak&it Table," thus discourses of
the Broad Church : ;
Some say the Broad Church means the
collective maas of good people of all denomi
nations Others saf that luoh a diflnltlon Is
noniense j that a church ii an organisation,
and the mattered good folks are no organiza
tion at all. They think that men will event
ually come together on the basis of one or
two or more common article of belief, and
form a great unity.- Do they tee what this
amount to f It meant an equal divitioa of in
tellect I Ik is mental agrarianitm I a thing
that never was and never will be, until na
tional and individual ldlosynoraiiet have
ceaud to exist. The man of thirty-nine be
liefs holds the man of on belief a pauper ; be
is not going to give up thirty-eight of them
for the sake of fraterauing with the ether in
the temple whlth bean on its front, 'Dtc ntxit
' A church ii a garden, I have heard It said,
and the illustration wat neatly handled. Yes,
and there ii no tuoh thing at a bread garden,
It mutt be fenced in, and whatever is fenoed
in it narrow. You can not have arctio and
tropical plants growing together in it, ex
oept by the fbroing tyatem, whioh it a mighty
aarrow piece of business. You oan't make a
Tillage or a pariah or a family think alike,
yet yon snppote that you oan make a world
pinch itt beliefs er pad thera to tingle pat
ternl Why, the very life of an ecclesiastical
organisation it a life of induction, a state of
perpetually disturbed equilibrium kept up by
another charged body in the neighborhood.
If the two bodies touch and share thttr re
spective charges, down goes the Index of the
Do you know that every man hat a re
ligions belief peouliar to hlmielff Smith Is
always a Smithitt. He takes in exactly Smith's
worth of knowledge, Smith't -worth of troth, of
beauty, of divinity. And Brown hat from
time Immemorial been trying to born him, to
excommunicato ' him, to anonymoui-artiole
him, because he did not take in Brown't-
wortn of knowledge, truth, beauty, divinity.
He cannot do It, any more than a pint-pot oan
hold a qaart, or a quart-pot be filled by a pint.
Iron It essentially the tame everywhere and
alwaytj bat the sulphate of iron is never the
tame at the carbonate of Iron. Truth It In
variable; bat the Smithau of truth must
always diner from the Brownalt of tram.
' HARRISON & COLLINS'
CENTRAL BEE-HIVE GALLERY, cor
ner of Fifth and Western-row. Photographs,
lldalnotypea and Ambrotypes taken cheaper than
elsewhere in the city. Oil Colored Photographs
made of all sites, from life to the imallem miniature.
Pioturea natly set In Lockets, Breast-pins, Jflnger
riugs and Bracelets. All work wsrraoted.
uol6-ay A. 8. BLOOM, Artist.
r. r. cu and switch locks,
: ; . Door and Gate-Springi,
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
Sells Hung, Keys Fitted.
The public are respectfully invited to call and ex
amlns ths various patterns and prices. All Jobbing
promptly attended to ,
nokm Mo. 133 Fifth-street, 3d door from Kace.
CANDY I O AND Y
EC. N. OI1AB.K,
- WawsiaasstaHssnMAOaJ. .
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealrt
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
tO MAIM STREET, CINCINNATI
. my 17
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
134 MAIN 8TBEJST, CINCINNATI, 0.
54 Bt. Charles street, Kw Orleans, La.,
Iinpertera offlanedc 8portInc Apparatus,
axd DiiLias nt ma rownia.
., , (Fronting the (Jteamboit Landing.)
North-east Corner Broadway aud Front.
' OlNCUtaTATI, OHIO. : '
B. F. LEVEEING, Proprietor.
WM, , MOREHOUSE & CO.,
. . HAavraoTuaiaa akb dkalibs M ,
FURNITURE,' CHAIRS, AND ALL
kinds of Mattresses and Bedding, at the old
stand. No. 136 Sycamore-street, east side, between
Fourth and Vittb-streets, seventh store above
Fourth-street, Church Pews lined and cushioned.
All orders, promptly attended to. . . ool-cm
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS 07 BAR, SHOT
and Boiler Iron, Plow Slabs, Railroad Spikes
Etc. Also. Axenta for the sale of lronton Star Nails
Warexooms So. IS Kaat Second Street. Oinduuat 1
wau (inns iron man to oraer. iw
CLEANER OP SINKS AND VAULTS,
Me. 99 Sixth-street, between Vine and Race, Id
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
may lavor mm wim weir paironsge.ean rely on pom
tnality and low prices. , aepl-ay
money! Money! Money !
. Kemoved from Dtf Watt 8lztMatr(.
TONEY LOANEDON WATCHE3, JEW-
'Aaiuni muv tats tai uub vi iiavrvaatiuusvos iuw
rate of interest, At No. 173 TlD-ftrtot, ptwoo
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,1 NO. 8 EAST
Fourth-street, between Mala andBreamo'-e, Oin
cinnatl. ' "
SkSfBe-blndlng In STSry style. Mnsli Books neat
ly and durably bonnd. ' 0. UBUrPXK.
DLnirig and Coffee Saloon,
NO. SIH FIFTB-BTBEETi SOUTH BIDE,
(Near the corner of Vine,)
1 ' C. L. TICKERS, Proprietor.
Oysters and Oam served in all styles. Ueals at all
n. P, EL1AS'
16 West Fourth Street,
Where eai behad sveryartkla apptrtalnlcf to ths
Endues at a snaek laaa prlaw, for CASH, than
kattmbtfora beea otrered ka tali markst, .
QIVE US A CALL
i . JIWBLBB,
Re. MM . . Oor. Fifth and Lodge streets, betws
rfaiuu. IUU IIDS, viuuiouaii.
Agoodassortmentof SI LV KB and PLATID WABa,
8PBOTA0L8, eto.. kspt constantly on hand.
Beeoial attention given to Cleaning and Bepalrlng
waicnesaaq jewry. , pyiu
BEGG8 U SMITH, No. 6 Wert 4th Bt.
AM NOW RICIIYINQ ADDITIONS TO
their larM aaeortment of Watches, Jewelry,
assortaeat ot Plated Tea lets aid Cutlery
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of refinement and taste. . . . ,' s ,
This admirable preparation It used cold, being
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It may be ased In the piacs of ordinary mnollage,
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N. B.-'A Broth accompanies each bottle. Frlot
Wholesale Depot, No. 30 Platt-atrei,N. Y.
Address HENRY C. SPALDING V CO.,
Bex Ne. 3,600 New York.
Pat np for Sealers In Cases containing four, sight
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accompanying eaohpaoaage. " ' , .
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HOLD BT STAUOHBBS.
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SPALDING'S PBKPABKD OLDE,
SOLD BT rUBNlTCBB DEALERS.
BPALDINO'S PREPARED QLTJB,
SOLD BT FANCT-G00D8 DEALERS.
BPALDINO'S PBEPABKD QLTJB,
SOLD BT GBOOKBS.
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BOLD BT COUHTRY MEBCH ANTS GENERALLY
HENRY C. SPALDING & CO.s
30 Platt-st., New Yerk.
Address Postofflce, Boa No. 3,600.
Annexed Is an Alphabetical List of Articles wbloh
if damaged, may be restored to ihelr original
strength and usefulness by
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE.
A Mends ACCOUNT BOOKS,
1) Mends UUBKMIS..
U... -.Mends CRADLES..,
D. ..... Mends DOLLS
E. .....MeDds KTKGKHKS
F Mends FANS
G Mends GUITARS
1 ....Meudt INLAID WORK,
J Mnnda -IA11H...
K Mends K.NUHB ...............n.
L Mends LHATHKR-WOBK. C
N....,.MenUa NEWEL POSTS N
0 ......Mends OTTOMANS 0
P.,.Hends PIAN0-KOKTK8...........m........ P
Q...JrteodB QUILT-FRAIME8......... SMMtseeetsa s
o menai BUFAB....
T Mends TABLES...
V Mends VA8K8..
X Mends XYLOGRAPHIO-WORK
Y...Mends YARD-STICKS .,........-.. Y
Z Mends ZEPHYR WOOD-WORK Z
sWJn conclusion, SPALDING'S PBKPABKD
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S.....D Mends DAOltcssiOTTPI Ossst D...... S
6......I ....Mends IMAGES .........I ..... 6
7......N...Mends NEW BREAK.AGES.........N. ... 7
8.....Q Mends GUN-STOCKS G...... S
8......S. Mends SCHOOL-BOOKS 8
10.....P Mends PABAS0L8 P.....10
U.....R.,...Mends RCLKR8 ...R 11
12.....E Mends Electbical Machines E .....12
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lo......B..Mends RICKETY FURNITUBK..R......16
10...... E Mends EKABEtt HANDLES E Hi
17......D.....Mends DESKS D......17
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l.....L....Mnnds LOOSENED LEAVES L......19
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23..... Jnends CUEHS-BUAHDS
M ...SlHDdS FlUUliKB
2.1 Mends SHELL-WORK..
27....... Blends nUBBI-HUKBKB....
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30......Mnds PICTURE FRAMES,
SI....... Mends SECRETARIES
32.,...,.......MndS VUNKKItlNU. -...
33...........Mend SCHOOL FUBNITUBK.
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.....Mends WASH STANDS.....,,..,.. 44
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HXHBT G. SPAIIIHG ft CO.,
30 Flatuetreet, New Yerk. '
Address Postofflps, Boa No. ,M.
Pat up in cases containing tlthsr tour, Klghtor
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7 ' BROWM'8 BBUTTttt'
MANUFACTURED 'BY IHJ OHIO
'Sewing Machine Company, 40 West Foorth
street,expreealyadaoted for family Use, Dress Mak
ing, Gaiter Fitting and Tailoring. Warranted to
give perfect satisfaction or the money returned. Do
not tall to eiamlne before purchasing. Jixtra in
ducements offered to Agents.
, , L. BROWN, Agent,
' aot-Sai '""'J ' ' ",l 0 West fourth -street.
LADD, WEBSTEE oe CO.'S
- JjOOK BTITOR '; j i.-i
80 West . Fourth-stroet,
i Between Tint and Vfalnat-streets, OinolnaetL
tW SendforaOlroular. egl
$30. $30. $30. $30.
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8B0UBKD BT BKOXNT LETTERS PATkNT.
THIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO
BOUNCED by all competent Judaea, who
hare seen it, to be the beet aud most desirable Fam
ily Sswlng Macblns ever Introduced, reaardleaa
f price. It will sew all kinds of family goods,
from the rery thickeat to the Tery Anest fabrics made,
and naes all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 200.
Ne ell It need ea ton of the Maohloe.
Send for s olroular, or all and see It In operation.
Gpon early appUcatlon, State apd County Bights may
An energotlo person can make a fortune In a short
dme. Agents wanted In all unsold territory.
. . C. BIjiftTMAN,
Be le and exclusive agent for ths United States.
sepMfmt WW Wee! ronrth-street, Olnoinnatl.
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. D. DAY & 00
Mannfacttirers and Dealers In -
(BOTH HAND AND POWEB,) '
And nil kinds of Printing; Materials, Not.
173, 173 and 17V West Hecond-street,
u. CINCINNATI, OHIO.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION 18 CALLED
to our MEDAL JOBUER. Withlu the last
eighteen months we liavo Introduced them Into four
teen different States of the Union, with the greatest
satisfaction to the parties purchasing. The power Is
applied to the center of the platen t consequently
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amount of pressure. The motion is so transmitted
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the form, insuring A PERFECT IMPRESSION at
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Printers in want of the BEST JOBBER should
not purchase eluewhere without giving this an ex
amination. Thuy are strong, durable and rapid, and
are WARRANTED to give the most entire satis
faction; . no3
MADAME ELLIS. M. D., HAS FOUNP
at Inst lost what ths Ladies have lengneedeo
and looked for In Tain, the Uterine Klixir.
The Uterine Elixir is warranted to cure all dis
eases of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovaries, and the Urethra,
Prolapsus or Falling of the Womb, Painful Meustru
ation, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; In fact, a perfect oure
is gaarranteed by the use of from two to five bottles
of the Klixir, of any disease whatever of ths Gener
ative and Urinary Organ), of male or female, no
matter of how longstanding. Price $1 per Bottle.
Madame ELLIS calls particular attention to the
following Card of one of the most prominent Drug
gists of Cincinnati.
"To ths Public and the Ladies in Fabtioulab.
We, the undersigned, are not In the habit of giving
our name to Patent Medicines; butknowing well the
Lady Physician, and the medicine called the Utsrlue
Klixir, we oheerfully recommend It to all femalei
suffering from Female Diseases of sd kind; it ie
purely vegetable, and In no case can do Injury; wt
say to all try. and our word for it, yon will find re
lief. F. D. BILL, Druggist,
spar ' "Corner of Fifth and Race-streets."
MADAMS ELLIS'S SPANISH SIMU
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cures, without fall, pains In the Breast, Book,
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it will give relief in twenty minntes, and a perma
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N. B. For sale by F. D. HILL, Druegist, corner
of Race and Viftli-streets: J. D. PARK, corner of
Fourth and Walnut; SUIRE, ECKSTEIN t "o.,
corner Vine and Fourth iJOnN DIOKSuN, corner
of John and Sixth; PAUL KEIN LEIN, co'ner ol
Clghth and Freeman. Also, EDWARD SCAN LAN
& COj corner of Main and Fourth; and Madame
ELLIS, 24 Bast Fourth. sep27-ay
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We are prepared to fomlih a better 8afe, and at lew
cost, than any other manufacturer In the UnlUd
Keooi d-hand tares or other makers, also on band.
Wereseectftlllv InvltA the nnhlln in mil .nrl .v.rii.
Ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
. , HAbli. UAKHULJj CO.,
angH-ayt Bos. 16 and l7Kast Columbia sttest
. . Wi Be D0DD8,' .!
Formerly of Han,Dodds Oo. ; la te Of ban Jtoddt A Co.
W. II..Doddt fc CoM ,
" 1 f'ill atAjrCVAOTTjaiM OVTHB ;, '
. O O XT O TLJSJ T 20
Fire and Snrglar Proof
O AFHOI , :
8. W. Coper of Vine ek Second Streets.
This 1s ths most reliable FIBB AND BUBO LA
PROOF BAF1 that is made In the United States, and
la warranted perfectly free from damp. Oan be sold
at lower prices, and Is of better workmanship than
oan be found elsewhere, i ...
We have a large assortment oa hand, and are ss
tontlnee to tell at prices that cannot Call to please.
" - '"-""Old ' Sale
Takea In axohange. BEOOND-HAND 8fFKS al.
ware wb n..uu ejoieiy low prices.
J. J. BUTLER'S
Excelsior Fluid Inks.
fannfaetorv, SO vine 8t. , . 14 ,
WM. H. BALDWIM, ATTORNEY
, AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW and Master
Commissioner of the Superior and Common Pleas
woth. iiia Duuaing, Borm west corner or Mala
aa TalrdiMete. nop
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TKI:ji iS !; J l!.-..J lV sVa
BY "STiTE AVTbiiTt:
Incorpoiated 1819;- Charter Perpetual
' eVAger cy estsbllsbed In Cincinnati In I WIS, an
tedating all present local Insurance Companies and
Agencies in ths Insurance business In this city. 33
years oont'ant dnty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience, . nterprlse and liberality, especially com
mend the jETN A Ineurance Company to the favora
ble patronage of this ooBimuntiej standing solitary
and alone, the sole survivor aud living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of 1845.
Lesnee paid la Olnntnnnil dertntr past Five
Veare, 8150,054 T.
Cash Capital JB1.O00.000.
(ABSOLUTE AIID UNIMPAIRED. WITH A
SURPLUS OF 1,030,43 80.
And ths prestige of W years suooees and expeatence.
v. taviaTHairn of
Over $100,000 to Ohio Securities.
itptjpar ih nis? iA.Ann.noA. i.ahmrm
Save been paid by the2Etns fnsuranoe Company la
sne pasi sv years.
tHr nH liilnnd Nnvlaatlan. Bisks acOBDted
at terms eoasletent with solvency and fair proOta,
Kapeclal attention given to Insuranoe of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms of I to &y s.
Application made to any duly .nthorized Agont
riromptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
mate Insuranoe business, this Company is ensbled
to Oder both indeniuity for the past and security for
tbe future. P Holes Issued without delay by
JAB, H. OA .1KB, Agent, Ne. 40 Main street.
A. F. PATO it assistant Agent. '
H. K. tilND KT, Agent 171 Vine street.
J. J. HOOKA '., Agent. Fulton , 17th Ward. auS
BV STATE ATJTHORITV.
New Insurance Agency
Of Old Established
OHE 0 jr, Agent
No. 4 Public Landing,
OONWAT INSURANOB CO.,1
oi uonway, mass.
LAFAYETTE INS., CO.,
of Brooklyn, N. T.
HAMPDEN IN8. 00.,
of Sprlngfteld, Mass.
BOARD OF CINCINNATI REFERENCE:
Hlnkle, Guild t Co., B. A. Holden ft Co..
Wilson A Hayden, , Goodman ft Vornholi,
Ftadler ft Bro., N. W. Thomas ft Co.,
Latimer. Oolbiirn ft Luptod, James Calhoun, Esq.,
Kimble ft Weed.
Bisks taken on the most favorable terms consistent
with solvency. ,
Losses honorably adjusted, and promptly paid in
' (Late Assistant Seo'y Flremen't Ins. Co.) ' ,
Fire aud Ma.-ine Insurance Agejiclet
OP HARTFORD, CONN.
Offloet: Nos. 171 Vine and 10 Main-streets,
. JM,030, 443 MO
THB UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
inform their friends and patrons that they have
this Hat Anta.Ail tnrn nnrt nnr.hi n. nnrler the nsnm
and style of CARTER ii LIND-ShY, as the Fire and
Marine Insurance Aeeuts of the JKtva Insutace
Company, of Hertford, Conn., uud have therefore
con.olidatod thoir sepamte Agcncid. For the con
vent -nee oi tueir cuatoioers ana owers, ruey cuu
tlnne both oftices, No. 171 Vine and No. o Main
street, where they will be pleased to hear from their
friends, and trust that tbe patronage that has h Itherto
been so liberally beeiowed to each will not diminish
by the union thus formed. : i ,
CARTER. Se LINOHEY,
JAMES H. CARTER, 1 Amntsi
HENRY K. LINDSKY.J ente.
Olnoinnatl, November 1, 1809. nolam
WESTMN INSURANCE COMPANY
1 OP CINCINNATI.
OFFICE IN THE SECOND STORY OF
No. 2 Front-street, between Main and Brcamorr.
This Company is taking fire, Inland and Marine
Bleka at current rates of premium.
Losses b'rly adjusted and promptly paid.
T F Kckert, V Ball, ' B W Pomeroy,
William Glenn, W 0 Whltoher, W 0 Mann.
Robert Mitchell, W H Comstook, L 0 K Stone,
ttobt Buchanan, 0 0 aliaw, Geo Stall,
Wm Bellow, Both Evans, ' J H Tsafie,
David Gibson, ! H Brachman, . J Olsham,
B Clearwaterj. Thos M Elliott.
T. J. KCKKBT, President.
Btsphks Morsb, Secretary. noS
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance- Company)
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
William Wood, Isaac 0. Copelen,
James V. Cunningham Sydney B. Clark,
Andrew Krkenbrecber, Joseph Beaklrt,
Geo, W. Bishop, Wm. fisher,
George B. Dixon.
ISAAC I, OOPKLKN, Presidont.
Oio. W, CorxLiN, Secretary.
A. M. BOBS, Snrveyor.
It prepared to issus Policies on Fire and Marine
Bisks, on favorable terms. Office No. Wtt Tblrtl
street, Trnst Co. Building. nogblui
National Insurance Co.,
a : ; Clnolnnntl, Ohio. ;
(Office South-west Cor. Main and Front-streets.)
Marine, Inland Transportation anl
TAKEN AT CURRENT RATBS.
John Bnrgoyne, K M Smith, Bobert Moore,
Wm Hepworth, Unas L Moore, M Feohheimer,
F X Wledsmer, Thos Ong, S W Smith, ,
JLBoss Thos B Biggs, Henry Kills.
H. U. DBNER.Ssc'y. JJNO. BUBGuVNK, rn .
noSbfm P. A. BpniOMAH, Snrveyor. .
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 1829.
OFFICB NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
8UBKS against Loss and Damage by Fire; i.l.,,:
Perils of tbe Bea and Inland Navigation. 1
Jno.WHartwell, Allan CoUier, William Besc .
John W Bills, James Lupton, Chas.W Bowli.u.l,
John W Dudley. James A Fraaer, J W Candeld,
D T Woodrowr K M. W Taylor, A B Winslow, , ,
0 8 Wlilsams, H MoBlrney, Bowman C IWr.
, JOHN W. HABTWKLL, Presldei I,
q. w.WfLtiAwa, Secretary. i,
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THB " OUTCALT ELASTIC M !
TALLIO BOOFINO'Mt offered to the pi
as the best and oheapest Metal Hoof now use,
merits tested by an axperlsnot of years In thl
and vicinity. Applied to.flat or steep, old or
buildings. No solder used fattened securely vi
OUl exposure so sue aoiion oi sue elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any pa
ins uniieuovawe. ou uv jippiieu uy euy one
ordinary mechanical skill. Ordersjpromptly
IM West Second str.
an 117-. a . '
WILLIAM DISNEY, ATT0R1V ,'i,V
AT LAW, flktss Buildings No. tBastTI,,.,!
stmt, . . ttpft-M
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Great Western and North-Western
Great Western and North-Western LINE.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
The Shortest Route between Cincinnati
Three PassecgerTralnaleaveOlncInnatldaily, from
thefootof Milland Front streets.
OiftO A. III. Chicago Mall arrives at Indianapolis
at 110 P. M., Chicago at tu:W 1'. M. This train
connects with all night trains out of Chicago lor
the West and North-weat-,, connects at Indianapo
lis with trains for Terra Haute: also with Peru
trains for fern, Logauiport, Fort Wayne and To
ledo. . ,,-!..-..
I'2i45 P. Itt. Terre Haute and L arrays tt Ac
oouiiMouatlon arrives at Indianapolis t 6:16 P. M.,
making dlreot connections at Indianapolis wlta La
layette trains for Decatnr, Springfield, Naples, 0.uin
Oy, Hannibal and St. Joseph.
7 P. A1- UhlcagoltxpiMs arrives at Indianapolis
at 12:14 A. M-i making cleee connections at Chicago
with all morning trains out of Chicago.
Bleeping ears are attached to all tbe night trains
on this tine, and run through to ChJoago without
change of oars.
This Is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with favorable and reliable arrangements
with all oonneotipv roads thioughout the entire
West, guarantees unusual care and t he amplest ac
commodations to the patrons ol this line.
Tbe Company'! exclusive Telegraph Line Is used
when neceseary, to govern the movement of trains,
and Loughridgs t celebrated Patent Brakes, are at
tached to all passenger trains, by which they can be
perfectly controlled; besides all the other modern Im
provements necessary for tbe comfort aud safety ot
pasiengers, the manager of this road have liberally
provided. . ,. .
Smoklng-oart on this line.
tM- Be sure you are in t ha right ticket office before
yon purchase your tickets, and ask for tickets via
Lawrencebnrg and Indianapolis.
rare ins same as uy any otner ronte. Baggage
HBOUGH TICKETS, sood nntlliMMl.ean he Ah.
talned at the ticket offices, at Spencer House Corner
north-west corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net fiouse Corner; at the Walnut-street House, and
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on Front street, where
all necessary Information may be had.
Omnibuses run to and from each train, and will
call for passenger at all hotels and all parts of the
W. H. L. NOBLE,
General Ticket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THE
Trains run through to Cleveland Bandasky, To.
ledoeud Indianapolis without change of cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North,
en and North-westorn cities.
S A. Al. EXPUEfM TRAIN For Hamilton.
Bichmond. Indianapolis, Latayette, Chicago, and alt
Western Cities. Connects at Richmond with V. and
0. Koad for Logansport; also connects at Hamilton
for Oxford, Ac.
7i30 A. M. TKAIN-For Dayton, Springfield,
Sandusky, Toledo and Chicago. This train makes
close connections with all trains leaving Chicago the
same evening. Also connects at Usbana . roa Co
lumbus; at Bellel'ontaine with B. and I. B. B., East
and West; at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
Chicago Railroad East, and West: at Clyde with
Cleveland aud Toledo Ballroad trains for. Cleveland
and Detroit; at Dayton for Greenville, Union, Win
cheater and Muncle,
10 A. M. KXPRKH8 Tit A IN For Cleveland
via Delaware fur Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston, New
York, and all Eastern cities Alsoconnects at Crest-
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, aud all
3t40 P. M. TRAIN For Hamilton, Blchmond,
Indianapolis, Terre Haute and Saint Louis; con
nects at Hamilton for Oxford, Ac. ,
3t3UP. M. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield,
Bellefontalne, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, and
allpoints in Canada. Connects st Bellefontalne with
B. and I. B. It., East and West.
lliSO P. M. KXPRKiM TRAIN For Clove-
laud via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
New York, and all Eastern cities. Also, counectB at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and all Eastern cities. .
sHTThe night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P. M.,leavesdaily kxospi BatuhsaTS.- All other
trains leave dally kxoept Bckdays; ,
For further Information aud Tickets, apply at tht "
Ticket offices north-east corner Front and Broad.
way; No. 1611 Walnut-streot, near Gibson House; at
tbe new Ticket Office, on the westsldeof Viue-street,
betweenlPoatolllce and Burnet Uousejattht Waluut
street House, or at tho Blxth-street Depot.
D. McLAREN, Superintendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trains.
FIRST TRAIN DAY EXPRESS AT 10
A. M., connects via Columbus and Cleveland;
via Columbus, Steubonvillo and Pittsburg; via
Columbus, Crestllue and Plttalmrg; via Colum
bus and Bellalr (Wheeilss). Also, for Springfield.
This train stops between Cincinnati aud Columbus,
at all the principal etationa.. . '
MKl'IKUl) TRAIN-Columbus Accommodation
at 4,41 r. id.. This train stocs at all stations be-
tseen Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati anil
THIRD TRAIN Night Express at 11i30 P.
M oounects via Columbus and ilellair (Wheeling);
via Oolnmbus. Crestline aud Pittsburg; via Colum
bus Steubenville and Pittsburg; via Columbus and
This Train stops at Loveland, Morrow, Xenla
and London. BLKIdl'INOOARH ON THIS TBAIN.
atsVTlieDay Kxorowi runs ihronvh u- (lieveiand,
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via Steubentllle, wlrhout
chi go i cars. ; ' t ,
The NIGHT KXPltKSS Train leaving Olnclnnnll
at llt30 P. H runs daily, except 8ATUKDATS.
The other Trains run daily , nxoopt SUN DAYS.
For all information, and Through Tickets to Bos.
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls. Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
apply at ths Offices, Walnut Street House, No. 4 Bur.
net House, south-east cornor of Broadway and Front
streets, and at tbe Eastorn Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which Is seven min
J. DURAND, Sup't,
J. DURAND, Sup't, Omnibuses call for passengers by leaving directions
at the Ticket Offices.
Commencing May 22, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CABS.
To Daily Trains lor Vlncennes, Cairo and St.
Louis, at l):(W A. M., and 8:30 P. M.
Three Daily Trains for Loultvllle, at V-.W A.M..
3:00 P. M., and 8:80 P. M, '
One Train for Bvansvllle at 8:30 P. M.
' The Trains connect at St. Louis for all points la
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, llnincy and Keo
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Tlckaburg.
Natchez and New Orleans.
One Through Train on Sunday at 8:M P. M.
Returning Fast Line Leaves East St. Louis,
Bonders excepted, at 6:50 A. 41., arriving at Olncin.
nati at 10:10 P. M.
Bxraiss Tbain Leaves Bast St. Louis dsllyat 3:10
F. M., arriving at Olnoinnatl at 6:4 A. M.
FOR THROUGH TICKETS
South, please apply at tie
offices, Walnnt-ttreet Home, between Sixth and
Seventh-streets, No. 1 Burnet House, corner office,
north-west corner of Front and Broadway, Spencer
House Office, and at ths Depot, corner Front and Mill
streets, W. H. CLEMENT, Oeu'l.Superlntendeut.
Omnibuses call for paroensera. oc29
Cincinnati, Richmond &
rn T AT1TU
(W FAST BKPBSSS-Throndl
connections for all other Weateruand North-western
points. This Train also oonnectsat Blchmond with
Otnclnaati and Chicago Koads.for Anderson, Boko.
goLogansport, and all points oa Wabash Valley
. 8:40 P.' M.-INDIASAPOLIS, CHICAGO ft BT. '
LOUIS NIGHT IfiXPREflS. The abova Train, mat.
vivse wuuwuviu., xnuu.aapui,uaiarocieanajni.
llanvllls, llnrllngton, NllwauSee, Mattoou, Naples.
Oalsna, Uuincy, Prairie dq Chlen, Pane. Peoria!
Dnnlelth. Baolne, Decatur, Bloomtngton, Joliet, La
Dane, os. rwu,wi mi wwm miuw,hs in sne ptortn
WTn rough Tlckett given and Baggage checked
.1l.Ul.ssil.iKiMaU.iK ..J IDl. l aa. .
M Ua lui ueyi iuivi auaaeiuu uiu JLUrvaSQ IIC1 U. Ufa
If to i Ticket OfflW,nortbMt oorner ot front u&
uiveMwtvi -w- vv imup bvivv., uvr sTuuriii mi
ont-ft of fonrtli ua Via itrwt, rtLit
D. M. MORROW, Superintendent,
wt ry leaving their
aamet at etthsr of the
UBttlDIlMi Will Call for ButMnct