THE HERO LOVED AND LOST.
THE HERO LOVED AND LOST. BY ROBERT BROWNING.
Jul for handful! of stiver he left us.
Just for a ribbo to (tick In his coat
R2Bliit? o which fortsne bereft us,
Jost all the others eh lata as devote:
They, with th. gold to gin, doled blm oat lllver,
Bp much was theirs, wao little allowed.
How all our copier bad gone for hii service!
Sato, war th.j purple, Eu heart had been proud!
We tliat had loved him to, followed him, honored
lived In hi mild and magnificent ere,
w J "tl bu hnlroage. caught his clear accestf,
Mads him our pattern, to lire and to diel
Vi ""P"" was 01 us, nuioa wa lor as,
Burn, Bheliey, were with ns-thy watch front Ihslr
He alone break front the ran aid the freemen.
He alone iinki to tbe rear aid "i slaves!
fS!l!i?!!f,h?.7,DM thrMghhls presents;
Hull Wdii SSSi.''!" h0MU hi9JwcDee,
Blot mil hl.g22:cl.wbn, the iwl bide aspire,
llai men iriSLdTin,i ?""f footpath ontred.
Out bum wi"p.h ,0' " rrow for angela,
vue mure wrong to nan, one more ijuult to Oodf
rlrS'Z Sslli WfT1 B,IB " come back to ul
KCP 15ur h'tUmmerSftwIli.ht.
No 'd. eonddent morning aaain: ,w,,,a,
r heart, ere we ple. tlirou.h hi.
,';: trough his own:
Alia at o..
Then let him .
rrdened in '
Curiosities of literature.—A Remarkable
An Encyclopedia has jxat bflflu
ploted in Germany in two hundred ana
forty-two volnwA The fast Tolame aw
the light at Jeilin a ftvf HA M
Year 1773. and tntf laetf Ha oeen puk.
llai.a'rl ihiaaaMnn: art that the WOtl hat
been published eighty-eix years without
interruption. Only six editors hare been
connects with the work, and their terms
of servioe haf averaged fourteen years
each. A foreign llteYary journal in an
Bpunoing the completion of the wow,
mi ! s
This was a steady and continuous i pub
lication, whiohis the most WBaxkable
feature about it; the work never having
been interrupted for even a single year
during the whole period. Whatever hap
pened let there have been any amount
... final nr rfilifflOOa COZlTUl-
ioM-kings died 'or been deposed, a
great religious order (that of the Jesuits)
iupprssswl numerous wars begun ana
finished, aTrans-Atlantio repubho sprung
inte being, a French Revolution trans
acted in all its-phases, a Napoleon lived
and died stilt ths publication of tnis
Encyclopedia went on, some three vol
umes of it yearly appearing, and as the
editor or editors of it died off sncoesiveJy,
their functions being discharged toy
mo.n7hn lika soldiers on the battle
field, stepped into the plaoes left vacant
by their fallen comrades. The eieoutjon
of the entire work is highly creditable
both to the contributors and editors, al
though it cannot be compared either in
extent or value with that still older work,
the "Grosses Vollstandiges Universal Lex
icon" of Zedler, in 64 folio volumes .which
oooupied only eighteen years in publica
tion; nor with the great Encyclopedia of
Ersohand Grober, begun in 1818 and not
yet completed. With respect to the
number of years over which its publica
tion extends there is only one work, that
we can call to mind, at all like it namely,
the "Acta Sanctorum', of the Bollandisto,
commenced at Antwerp in 1643, discon
tinued 1794, resumed in 1845, and still in
progress. Of this work which contains a
commemoration of the Saints for each day
; ilia vAA.1- nnmmenoinc with January
and proceeding regularly, only 57 vol-
.,, hu as wal ihftftn TJUblished. DriDZ-
ing the publication down to the 20th of
Ootober, and as the last volume contains
the "Aota Sanctorum" for four days, it
would be fruitless to oonjeoture how
many years longer may be consumed in
the entire publication.
EXIBAOKDIHIET PRKSHNTlliBNTS. A
gentleman, an acquaintance of the cele
brated Fronoh authoress, Madame Beau
mond, was about making a pleasure trip
on the river with a party of friends.
Everything was ready, and he was just
entering the boat, when his sister, a deaf,
mute, came suddenly and most anxiously
running along, and, seizing her brother s
arm and coat, tried to keep him back, but,
finding this unavailable, she threw her
elf at his foet, and, taking hold of his
knees, expressed by the most imploring
gestures, her wish that he should desist
from going on the water. Touohed by
the painful, entreating expression in the
face and posture of the deaf mute, several
persons joined in the prayers of the poor
unfortunate girl, and her brother finally
yielded to their wishes. It was fortunate
he did so, for the boat had gone but a
short distance on tbe river when a sudden
trust of wind made it capsize. Several of
ahe'eomnanv found a water crave, and he,
who could not even swim, would no doubt
have mot with the same fate if his sister,
by some divine presentiment, had not pre
vented his going.
Prof. Huohner, at Marburg, being once
in very pleasant company, lilt a strong
desire to go home and remove his bed
from its old slaoe to another corner of
his bed room. He vielded to the impulse.
Uavinc done so, he felt attain at ease and
mnt hunk to his friends. ' During the
night a large portion of the ceiling of the
room, just at the spot where his bed for
merly stood, crumbled down, and would
no deubt have crushed him to death had
it not been removed from there.
As UsTiiLDrNO LaicquawE Of all the
langnages of the earth, that of the Hun-
garian aou xnuiojrivnuitk jaojroxDj m aiu
so be the onlv one which has survived un
changed, amid the ohanges of political
connections, conauests,. commeroe and
nrta. That extraordinary people have
maintained their erkinsl laninuze, their
manners and usages, unaltered in the
very heart of despotism, neither deriving
improvement from the high oWilisation of
the Oermans, nor ae Dosing noveiues mm
tbe Slavonians. The colonists who have
from time to time settled in Hungary,
the victors who have traversed their raids,
and the mixed nations on its borders,
have all uiledlto inoculate the language of
the Magyars witn a foreign taint
A Pomolooical BiKiiB.-."Women" ob
icrves some writer, whose name we da not
remember, "mav be compared to fruit:
rhnaA that fell to the wound of thai own
accord, are generally tainted, and good
for nothine but those that will not fall
wi thout a good deal of shaking, are sound.
and worth having."
Tbi top of rmofwsioif. If we were
asked whatphyaisian stood at the top of
His profession, we inouia say was toe
gonfleman who was ia the habit of atten
ding patients on a Bona vent
' These witticisms are from the new vol
ume entitled "Prentioeona," and, though
most of them have been in print before,
some will bear republication. Of course,
their singularity becomes less when we
remember that Mr. Prentioe is in the
habit of making the story or the oircum
stanos to suit tne conceit tnat nas come
to his mind:
A Mr. Archer has been sent to the
Ohio Penitentiary for marrying three
wives, ' insatiate Archer I could not one
A Pittsburg paper says, in an obitu
ary notioe of an old lady, that "she bore
her husband twenty ohildren and never
gave him a eroes word." She must have
obeyed the good old precept "bear and
A Buffalo paper announces that Dr.
Brandreth has introduoed a bill into the
legislature. Is the editor sure ne minded
his p's in his announcement
The editor of the Boston Liberator
flails Jipon the ladies of the North to
icake use of nothing that is produced by
ve labor. He needn't expeot them not
ulo cotton. They will not expel so
aiioA 4 frm their bosoms.
Th. a'ommon opinion is, that wo
a . n .mi a -11
should takt "i
easons of ttra " "u" ouuu"
winter to lei -
A Rocky M. ountain correspondent of
theNewYoVkB venine Postswho writes
himself "Henry ,E: .fJi. desonbes
Oregon as ths most ' dehghtful country in
the world. Our eith f tey choose,
can go out there, and how the Land
-We were considomy 7
aooount that we lately ga v of a remavka
bledueL There were six -men uPa the
ground and six misses. v
The Ohio river is getting lower and
lower every day. It has almost ceased to
run. All who look at it .,8nilBt noe
perceive that it exhibits very L'M'o speed
but a great deal of bottom
A New England writer says that it
has been found that negroes can be ietter
trusted than white men not to beihray
seorets. We suppose this is upon the
prinoipal that they always keep dark.
Mrs. Lucy Hill complains in an
Arkansas paper, that her nephew has
trampled7 upon her rights ana feelings.
The graceless young rascal shouldn't he
allowed to trample upon his aunt-Hill.
What Manner of Man the Prince of
The Philadelphia National Argus ob
Annnrdinz to Vandenhoff who has
written a ciueer sort of book, Hamlet was
Vandenhoff, and Vandenhoff was Ham
let But we do not agrees with this gen
tleman, nor indorse nis excessive van-
lnhnr under an erroneous impression of
the personal appearance of Hamlet; also,
nis age. isome imogiuo mm piuo, ur
ciated, philosophical youth; others of a
robust constitution, full of lire, and in
the early soenes given to "deeds of sport
onri inat" Not so. Hamlet was fat,
Hnnidndlv fat a short, pursey sort of
chap, apt to get out of breath, and wore
stays to keep his stomaoh in trim. In
deed, he found it neoessary occasionally
in atanl a. few hours from his duties to go
and breathe, as for instance: "Sir, I will
. a l , 1 TT' If i
walk in tbe ball, it it pieose nis uiajeBiv,
it is the breathing time of day with me. '
Aeain, the Queen says, "He s fat. ana
scant of breath." '
Ophelia's description of Hamlet differs
materially from these proofs of his fatness,
lor sne says 01 mm
"The expectancy and rose or thle ralr itate.
Tbegluaorfaihion,and the mould ol form."
That unmatched form , and feature of blown youth ,"
This inconsistency can only be accoun
ted for from the fact of Ophelia being
desperately in love, and in er eyes the
verv fat of Hamlet had its beauty.
Hamlet s age was about twenty-two, no
M a 7 i
more nor lees, ne naa dus lateiy leic
oolleg& His friend and follow student,
Horatio, pave him the first visit after their
WW" 1 WW i t . 1 f f.
separation at the University, and, being
botn young, weir inenuuuip iuimeu weu,
and rtnnfimiAa iU throueh the nlav. Van
denhoff thinks thtit the age ef Hamlet was
thirtv. This would make him an old
"fallow-student" indeed. At the age of
.... ' m . . 1 ?il
tnirty tne title ot stuaeni pooomes euaer
lost in that of a nrofessor or in a profes
sion. Neither of these was Hamlet at
the opening of the play.
Sbeinoin a Qlas8 Dabklt. Captain
W. tells an amusing occurrence witnessed
by him last week on board the "Ocean,"
on ncr passage aown, &n oiaisn ana
somewhat purblind gentleman, pacing up
and down the upper saloon stopped in
front of a lareo full longth mirror, and,
after gazing at the figure presented, for
a moment or two, inquired in a very de
liberate tone: "Is your name Brown?"
No answer, question repeatea louaer.
Is your name Brown? " Question
. . ...1 1 i in-
again repeatea, sou louuer is your
name Brown?" Still no answer.
"Well," said the questioner, "you ore
either no gentleman, or very aeaL ine
saloon was in a roar. Providence Journal
An Anbodotb of Stephenson. A pleas
ant anecdote is related of tne deseasea
Robert Stephenson. In a professional
talk with Brunei, the latter expressed
great dissatisfaction with the treatment
received from his contractors. Stephen
son answering that Brunei suspected
people too much, the latter engineer re
plied. "1 suspect an men w ue rogues uu
I find them to be nonest men. "n ot m
port" returned Stephenson, "I take a!
' . . i.ir 1 it 1 xl .
men to De nonesc uu i una. wem to oe
rogues." "Ahl then we never shall
e ,t vt iiV e
seree, quota crunei. -in ever, Baia
A Modil ' Dombsiio. "Bridget" wa
hiredas"help" in a female boarding schools
and was told to ring tne first bell at oj in,
the moraine. At 6 o'clock the pupili
were required to attend prayers but for
several moraines mir Driuuec com-
manoed her labors, many were unusually
tardy, giving as an excuse that "they did
not hear the rising bell" Bridget was
ausstioned by the head of the institution
as to the manner in whioh she discharged
her duty of ringing the bell. "Suro,
marm," she replied, "I nover rings it very
hard for fear I might wake the young
HARRISON & COLLINS'
CENTEAL ' BEE-HIVE .GALLERY, eor
ner of II fib and Weitern-row. Photograohi,
Melainotypee and Ambrotypee taken ehmper than
eleewbers In the city. Oil Colored Pbotograpbf
made of all eliee, from life to the tinalleet minlatore.
Ptcturea neatly ant in Lockute, Breaat-plne, f inger
ringe and firaceleta. All work warranted.
iiol6-ay A. 8. BLUOM, ArtUt
r. r. car and switch locks,
Door and Gate-Springs,
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted.
The pabllo are roiaeotfolly inrited to call and ei
amine the Tarlom paltenu and iricee. AU Jobbinf
iromptly attended to
no2cm Mo. 133 Ilfth-etreet, M door from fiaoe.
SC. 20". OXjJTLXH.
, 8noceaor to MnasAOo.).'
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealer
FINB AND PLAIN CANDIES,
B. EITTBEDGE & CO.
134 MAIN BTBXXT, CIHC1AT1, 0.
KIT AEDQE It FOLSOM,
itt 81. OUarlee itreat. New Orleam, La.,
Imwerlera afOnnadc HportlwaT Anrati,
iWD PEtLIlS IS CPU POWDH.
(rronttnfthe Steamboat Landing.)
North-east Corner ISroadwa and Front.
S. F. LEVEEING, Proprietor.
WJXL MOREHOUSE & CO.,
' mscrACTuaiu aas dbalim im
FURNITURE, CHAIRS, AND ALL
klnda of Mattramea and Bedding, at the old
etand. Mo. 136 Sycamore -jtreet, eaat aide, between
Fourtn ana riitn-etreeu. aeTenin ovuro auuie
Vonrth -street. Church Pews lined and cushioned.
All order promptly attended to. ooi-om
H. CAMPBELL & CO.r
ANUFACTURBRS OF BAR, KUBT
and Boiler Iron, Plow Slabe, Ballroaan ikei
Also, Agents for the sale of lronton 8ta j Naili
So, 19 Eut8econd Street, Oil joinnat 1
CLEANER OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
.No. W Sixth-etreet, betw een Vine and Race, in
the 11 "Ileal Oollege. Oinoinn ati, Ohio. Person! who
may fa vor him with their pat jonage,can relj on pone
tuallty nd low prices. sepl-ay
moLey! mo ney! Money J
PAWTIBRO ER'S OFFICE.
Eeatfeo iroaa. oo weit Slxia-atraet,
llMOlijlS'i" LONEDON WATCHES, JEW-
A'AjyliD . sail aviaiuB ui aiwwuauuisvi iusj
ratee of Interest, at No. 17S Vine-street, hatweea
ronrtb aio ' Jifi.
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, NO. 8 KAST
Vonrth-street, between MainandSroamo'e, Cin
awtta-Dino ling in erery airie. oiuut raou nem
ly and durabl. r bound. 0. VEOF Eae
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. SIX KII TH-8TEEIT, SOUTH BIDE,
(Hear the corner of Vine,)
C. Ia. VltOKEttS, Proprietor,
Oysters and Game served in all styles,
Heals at all
16 West Fourth Street,
When can he had ere ry article appertalnlnc to the
Boslness at ranch leas prioe, for CASH, than
has srer before been ol bred in this market.
GIVE US A CALL
No, MM B. H. Oor. Vifth and lodge streets, betwee
Walnut and Vine, Oineinnati.
BPKClTACIiS, etc., kept oonetantlyonhand.
Special attention niren toOleanlni and Repairing
Watohes and Jewelry. mylO
BEGG8 b SMITH, No. 6 West 4th St.
ABB NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their larae assortment of Watches, Jewelry,
Dirrerwaro auu isiauvnus.
A an aisortmeBt of Plated Tea Beta and Ontlery
and Opera Olaiieee. Ml
WM. M . HUNTER,
lioS 396 TJn.itrect.
H. A. IN 1TB
No. IIS West Sli t st real,
(SiMoetsor to Knowlton A Taft.)
Ko. MWsist Foartfe St., bet. Wnlnat oV VIn
, l. huuh. b. a. api
Drs. MMLEN I BM1TH,
No. 3 West Fourth BU
I.WABDLI. J. SOTSHTT.
DBS. WABDLX & DOUGHTY,
Offlos No. 188 Wast Fourth itrsst)
DR. SAUl'L SILSBEE
1? SPECIALLY TBEATS DISEASES OF
JCi THB SKIN, BHSCHATISU, DI8IASI8 OT
WOMSN, and soon Ohroulo oomplaiata u nuy be
benefitted by the Eygyenlo and Atmopatkio syitem
Tapor, Solphor, Iodine, Arsenle, Mercury, Tor.
klah, Bnssian and Ileotro-Ohamloal Baths, a Dig
pensary of UedlolD,and .t.ry manner of Kectrio
and Magnetic Apparatus.
MO. (7 WEST BIVINTH-BTBUT,
ar-()(Bh.ur.A. M. toP. aulO-tff
B. 8. NEWTOtY, 01. 0.
Offloe, 90 Weit BcTenth Street,
MTWIM Tit AID BAOi Ml
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Crran-Si, to West Bevsnth street, between Vine
and Raoe. BasiniKoe No. ftl Seventh street, be.
ween Walnnt and Vine. Orrioi Uouas-W te M
The Latest Iijprftr&vmeiit
POWS'9 eiUITTLIS .
XVi Sewing Machine Oompan;
40 Weat f onrth-
lng, Oalter fitting and Tailoring. Warranted to
give perfect satisfaction or the money returned. Do
not fall to examine before purchasing. . Sxtra in
ducement offered to Agents.
L. BBOWK, Agent,
pot-tut 40 Watt TonQh-streot.
LADD, WEBSTER 6s CO.'S
SEWING MACHINES, i
80 West Fourtla-strtjet.
Between Tins and Walnut-streets, Olnclnoatl.
9T Send for a Olronlar. eeSS
830. $30. $30. $30.
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitch
BIOCBID BT BIOENT LETTIB8 FATKBT.
THIS MACHINB HAS BEEN PRO
NOCKOED by all eomoetent Jndaci. who
have seen it, to be the beet and nioit desirable ram.
Ily Sewing Baohlne eyr introduced, resardle.e
of price. It will sew all kind! of family goods,
from the very thickest to tbe Tory finest fabrics made,
and ntes all kind) of thread, from No. 8 to 300.
No oil tensed on top of the) Waohlne.
Bend fora circular, or call and see it In operation.
Upon early application, Stole and County Bightsmay
An eaerntlo net-ion nan make a fortune in a short
time. Agents wanted In all nnsold territory.
II. J. HHKiinsni
8c te and exolnilre agent for the United atates.
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. D. DAT & GO.,
Manufacturer! and Dealers in
(BOTH HAND AND POWIB,) '
And all klnda ot Printing Materials, Not.
173 173 and 177 Weat Heoond-sireet,
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
to our JOBBER. Within tbe last
eighteen months we have introduced them into four
teen different States of tbe Union, wi.h the greatest
satisfaction to tbe parties purchasing. Tbe power is
applied to the center of the platen i consequently
there is no pKsibility of- its springing from any
amount of pressure. The motion is so irammitted
to It as to cauee a dwell on the point of contxet with
the form, inaurini A PBBKECT IUPBI88I0N at
a high rate of speed.
Printers in want of the BEST JOBBER should
not pnrcbase elsewhere without Hiring this an ex
amination. They are strong, durable and rapid, and
are WABBANl'ED to give the most entire satis,
ADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUNP
at last met what the Ladies have lens needeo
and looked for In Tain, the Uterine Elixir.
Tbe Uterine Elixir is warranted to oure all dis
eases of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kidneys, tbe Ovaries, and the Urethra.
Prolepsue or railing of tbe Womb, Tainful Menstru
atton.Oblorosia, Amenorrhea; Intact, a perfect curs
is guarranteed by the use of from two to five bottles
of the Elixir, of any disease whateyer of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organ., of male or female, no
matter of how longstanding. Price Si per Bottle.
Madame ELLIS oalla particular attention to the
following Card of one of the moat prominent Drug.
gists of Cincinnati.
"To TBI PtJIMOAND THI IilDlIS IK PABTICCIAB.
We, the undersigned, are not In thejiabit of giving
our name to Patent Medicines; but knowing well the
Lady Physician, and the medicine called the Uterine
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend it to all females
Buffering from Female Diseases of any kind; it is
purely vegetable, and in no case can do injury; wc
say to ail try, and onr word for it, yon will find re
lief. F. D.HILL, Druggist,
sep37 "Corner of Fifth and Baoe-stroets."
ADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH 6IMU-
LATINO OOUOH ANSMjIVRB BALSAM
cores, without fail, pains in tbe Breast, Baos.,
Bide or Limbs; Uoucns, Golds, Hoarseness, Diffi
culty of Breathing, Headache, Flatulency, Heart
burn, Cbronlo Rheumatism, Billions Ohollo, Cramp
Cbolic, Griping Paina of the Bowels, Dullness,
Stupor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, and in Pain
ful Menstruation it Is a certain oure, and gives
immediate relief. In any of the above dlaeasea
it will give relief in twenty minutes, and a perma
nent cure by the useoftwobottlee. OnltVO cents
per bottle-so cheap tbat every person can gent.
N. B. For sale by F. D. HILL, Druggist, corner
of Race and Fifth-streets; J. D. PARK, corner of
Fourth and Walnut; SUIBn, ECKSTEIN A Oo
corner Vine and Fourth; JOHN DICKSUN, corner
of John and Blxth; PAUL BEINLEIN, corner el
Eighth and Freeman. Also, EDWABD SCAN LAN
A 00., corner of Main and Fourth; and Madame
ELLIS, 144 West Bixth-atreet. sep27-ay
THE MOST RELIADIiG FIRE AND
.. BUBOLAB PBOOF 8AFK8. They have given
mora satisfaction than anv other now in ne.
We offer areward of ONE THOUSAND POL.
LAKH to any person that can, up to the present
tlme,showa single Instance wherein they have failed
supreeerTa f oeir oonienia.
being the beat Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
teat with any establishment ,ln the Union, and the
party falling first, to forfeit to the other, tbe sum
We are prepared to furnish a better Bate, and at less
oust, than any other manufacturer in the United
Second-hand Safes of other makers, also on hand.
neregpeciiaurinvuecnepuouoto can ana exam
Ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
. HALL. OABBOLL A 00.,
angHiay t Woe. It and 17 East Columbia gtgyA
Wt B. DODDB,
Formerly ol Hall.Doddi A Co.; late Urban .Poddi A Oo.
W. II. Doddi &, Co.,
- uminnM of nn .
Fire and Burglar Proof
W. Corner of Vine ok Betjond Btreeta.
mH I. lb most reliable VTRI AND BTTRnT.A
PBOOF BAH that Is mads In ths United States, and
I. arananted aarfeotlv free from dam a. (Jan ba anM
at lower prices, and Is of better workmanship than
an be fonad elsewhere.
We have a large assortment ea hand, and are de.
asrnuaaa so sou as prices ina eannot uu w lease.
Taken In exchange, BBOOND-HAHD BAFB8 ml
ways on sjajo as extrenmy tow pneee. gy
J. J, BUTLER'S
Excelsior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory. 89 Vine St. 14
H. BALDWIK, ATTORNEY
AND COUN8ELLOB AT LAW and sfiutar
uommtMioner ei tne superior ana uommon Flmu
Course. Bank Bnllilwg, north west eornerof Main
aa iDira-itreeu. n
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
tedating all present local Insntanoe Oompanlea and
Agencies in the Insurance business in thleoity. 33
years oon ant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience,, nterprise and liberality, especially com
mend the J5TNA Insurance Company to tbe favora
ble patronage of this commnnltr standing solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
UinotnuAti underwriters of 18:13. . . .
Iieseea paid In Clnolnnatl durtag past Flva
Vears, 8100,034 17.
IAB80LUT" AMD UNIMPAIRED. WITH A
HUHPIiUS OF 91,030, 423 80.
And ths prestige of to years success and expesience.
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
irsorsuiia fiir iM-dnn finn. i nHHRS ,
Have been paid by thetna Insurance Company In
Flra aarf Ialnad Nnvlantlan. Klaks aooepted
at terms consistent with solvency and fair profits.
Especial attention given to Insnranoe of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms of 1 to if -s. ;
Application mads to any duly .athorlted Agent
rinomptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
mate Insurance business, this Company Is enabled
to oiler both Indemnity for the past and security for
the future. P llclaissued without delay by
JAB. H.CA tTIR, Agent, Me. 4v Main street.
A, r. FATO.i. Assistant Agent.
H. K. LI KD KT, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.J. HOOKl Igenl. Fulton. 17th Ward. an
BV STATE AUTHORITY.
New .Insurance Agency
Ot Old Established
OWC OWENS, jr, Agent
No. 4 Public Landing,
CONWAY INSURANCE CO.,1
of Conway, Maaa. J
LAFATETTE INS., CO., 1
ol DrooKiyn, n. x.
HAMPDENIN8. CO., 1
ol Bpringneld, Masa. J
BOARD 07 CINCINNATI REFERENCE:
Hlnkle, Guild A Oo.,
Wlluin A Havden.
n. a. nuiueu a vi'. .
Ooodinnu A Vornholz
A Hra.. N. W. Thomas A Co..
Latimer. Oolburn A Lupton, James Calhoun, Esq.,
Kimble a Wend.
Risks taken on the moat favorable terms consistent
Losses honorably adjusted, and promptly paid In
OWfiN OWBI, JR.,1GENT
(Late Assistant Beo'y Firemen's Ins. Oo.)
Fire aud Ma.ine Insurance Agencies
ITM IilAIE CO.,
OF HA KTFORD, CONN.
Offioee: Nob. Ill Vine and 40 Main-streets,
Asseta ei Mse as si ea asisxes s
f 1, 000,000 00
M,0J0,4 J3 SO
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
Inform their friends aud patrons that they have
this dav euteed Into partnership, under the name
and stylo of CARTER A LINDBKY, as the Fire and
JuariDO insurance Agenu ui iue ix.iua iu.uitu;
Company, of Hartford, Conn., and have therefore
consolidated their separate Agencies. For the con
veuience of their customers and otbers, they con
llniia hnth nfll.ma. Nn. 171 Vinn and No. 40 Main.
street, where the; will be pleased to bear from their
friends, and trust that the patronage that baa hitherto
Deeneo lioeraity Degioweu 10 eaca wui nut uiiuiuisu
by the union tutu formed.
7 CARTER As LINDSEY,
JAMES H. CABTBR, 1 Aa-enta
HENR? K, LlNDSKY. J Agenti.
Ulnclnnau, novemner i, itwv. noiam
WE8TEBN INSURANCE COMPANY
FFICU IN THE SECOND STORY OP
J No. 1 Front-stroet, between Main and Sycamore.
This company la taking Fire, luianu ana marine
ItlsKS at current raws 01 premium.
Losses rainy aujuatea ana promptly pain
W C Mann.
wiiiiAfnienn. n u no icoer.
Itrilwrt Hitrhell. W H ComatOCk.
L u J5 stone,
J H TsaOe,
J Q Isham,
Bobt Buchanan, OOBhaw,
Wm Bellew, Beth Evans,
David Olbson, H Brachman,
H llbnailnr. Thou K Klliott.
1. n . AV&Aai, rresiuouc.
Stephkh MobbKi Secretary no
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
William Wood. ; Isaac 0. Copelon, .
Jamee V. Cunnlngtam, Bydney 8. Clark,
Andrew Krkenbrecber, Joseph Beakirt,
Geo. W. Bishop, Wm. Fisher,
George B. Dixon. '
ISAM) 0. OOPKLEN, r resident.
Gko. W. Coru.CN, Secretary.
. .A. M. BUSS, Surveyor.
1. nrenareil to laano Policies on Fire and Marine
Risks, on favorable terms. Office No. 3 Wtst Third.
street, Trust Oo. Building. no8lfm
National Insurance Co.,
(Office Sonth-westCor. Matnfcnd Front-streets.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
TAKEN AT CURRENT RATBB.
John Burgoynn, E M Smith, Robert Moore,
wm nepwortii, twaa jj moore, m recnneimer,
V X Wledemcr. Thos One. 8 W Smith.
JL Bosn. ThosBBlgga, Henry Kills.
tt.v. UaHga,Mc;, jno. uuttuuinn, rree.
no8ufm P. A. 8pniuMAit, Surveyor.
Cincinnati lllSUranCe CODipanV
na-a nrluurn ,. 1aau .
JCe? Jt tUsUtOIAaUA 1.1 C77tt
OFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
SURES againat Loss and Damage by Fire; also:
Perils of the Bea and Inland Navigation.
Jno.W Hartwell, Allen Collier, William Besor.
John W Ellis, Janus Lupton, Ches.W Rowland,
John W Dudley, James A Fraser, J W Canfl.ld,
D t Woodrow, R M W Taylor, A 8 Wlnalow,
OSWillktms, H McBlrney, Bowman C Baker.
JOHN W. HABTWELL, President.
O, W.Wiixum. Secretary. no8
no tne. snrouioai
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Samoa P Sanujio ItJOd
THE OUTCALT ELASTIC ME
TALLIC BOOFINQ" la offered to the pnblio
as the best and cheapest Metal Hoof now oaed, its
merits tested by an experience ef years in this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
buildings. No solder used-fastened securely with
out exposure to the action of tbe elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part ot
the United Btates, can be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Ordsrs promptly tilled.
. . CALDWELL CO, . ,
rylt-tf W West Second street.
WILUAM DISNEY, ATTORNEY
AT LAW, Chase Buildings No. I Eaat Third.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Great western and North-western
Great western and North-western LINE.
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
The shortest Route between Cincinnati
Three FassengerTralnsleaveGlnolnMtldally, from
tf i80 A. nt.-Ohlcago Mail arrives at Indianapolis
atia?10P!Sl., Chicago at 10;M 1'. M. This train
oonnocts with all nfght trains out of Chicago for
the West and North-west; connects at Indianapo
lis with trains for Terrs Haute: also with rem
trains fpr forn. Loganaport, Fort Wayne and To.
l!)t4S P. M- Terre Haute and LayTaystte Ac
eommooatlon arrives at Indianapollsat 6:18 P.M.,
making direct connections at Indianapolis with La.
layette trains for Decatur, Springfield, Naples, Qnin
cy, Hannibal and St. Joseph.
7 P, M. Chicago Sxpres. arrives at Indianapolis
at U:1S A. M., making close connections at Chicago
with all morning trains out of Ohicsgo.
Sleeping cars are atntobed to all tbe night train!
on this line, and run through to Obioago without
ohange of oars.
This is exclusively a Western and North-western
ronte, and with favorable and reliable arrangement
with all connective; roads throughout the entire
West, guarantees nnnaunl care and the amplest ac
commodations to the patrons ot this line.
The Company's exclusivo Telegraph Line Is used
when necessary, to govern the movement of trains,
and Loughridge t celebrated Patent Brakes, are at.
Inched to all passenger I rains, by which they can be
perfectly controlled; besides all the other modern im
provements necessary for the comfort aud safety ot
passengers, the managers of this road bave liberally
Smoking-cars on this line.
sr Be sure you are In tbe right ticket office before
yon pnrohase your tickets, and ask for tloketi via
lewrenoebnre: and lndiauaaolia.
rare ine earns as iy any otner route.
THROUGH TICKETS, good uatll used, can be ob.
talned at the ticket office, at Hpancer House Corner :
north-west corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net House Corner; at tbe Walnut-street Hons., and
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on Front street, whera
pli ueueesary imu nuatiuo may OS unq.
4 Omnlbo.ee rni to and from each train, and will
oall for passengers at all hotel i and all parts of the
W. H. L. NOBLE,
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
SIX DAILY TRAINS LEAVE. THI
Trains run througn to Cleveland Sandusky, To
ledo and Indlauapoiis without change of cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North
sa and North-western cities,
U A. M- EXPRU88 TRAIN For Hamilton,
Richmond, Indianapolis, Lalayette, Chicago, and all
Western Cities. Counecla at Uichmond with 0. and
0. Bond for Logansport; also connects at Hamilton
for Oxford, Ac.
7i.'i0 A. III. TllAIN-For Dayton, Springfield,
Sandusky, Toledo aud Chicago. This train makes
close connections with all trams leaving Chicago the
same evening. Also connects at Ubbana roa Co
lumbia; at Bellefontalne with B. and I. R. R last
and West: at Forest with Plttalmrg, Fort Wayne and
Chicago Railroad East and West; at Clyde with
Cleveland and Toledo Railroad trains fer Cleveland
and Detroit; at Dayton for Greenville, Union, Win
chester and Munclc.
10 A. M. EXPRESS TRAIN For Cleveland
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boaton, New
York, and all Eastern cities. Also connects at Crest
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and all
3i4 P. IU. TRAIN For Hamilton, Richmond,
Indianapolis, Terre Haute and Saint Louie; con
nects at Hamilton for Oxford, Ac.
Si30 P. IM. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield,
Bellefontalne, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Cbicago.and
all points In Canada. Connects at Bellefontalne with
B. and I. R. It., East and West.
11:30 P. III. EXPREtFTRAIN-ror Cleve
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
New York, and all Eastern cities. Also, connects at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Haltiinure,
and all Eastern cities.
EsT-The night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
ll:30P.M.,leavesdaily kxcipi- bATUao.vs. All other
trains leave daily fiospt SvaCAYx;
For further information aud 'licketa, apply at the
Ticket ofttoes-north-east corner Front and Broad,
way; No. 16v Walnut-street, nsar Gibson House; at
tbe new Ticket Office, on the westside of Vine-street,
betweenPostotflce and Burnet House; at the Walnut
street House, or at the Blx tb -street Depot.
pol2 D. MoLAREN. 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, Steubenville and Pittsburg; via
Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus and Bellair (Wheeling). Also, for Springfield.
This train stops betweon Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all tbe principal stations.
HIiCUNU TRAIN-Columbus Accommodation
at4i40t. M. This train stops at all stations be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, and Oineinnati and
8 tMk!d TRAIN Night Expreei at Ili30 P.
H., connects via Colambns and Bellair(Wbeeling);
via Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus Steubenville and Pittsburg; via Columbus and
This Train stops at Love and, Morrow, Xonia
and London. SLEEPINOOARS ON THIS TRAIN.
VTheDar Express rnna through to Cleveland,
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via Steubenville, without
Change of cars.
The NIGHT EXPRESS train leaving Cincinnati
at IhaOP. M runs daily, except BATUKDAi'tf.
Tbe other Trains run dally, except 8TJNDAT8.
For all information, ana inrouxn ucxeis to one
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Bnffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
apply at the Office., Walnut Street House, No. i Bur
net House, south-east cornor of Broadway and Frost
street., and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which Is seven mm
ntes faster than Clnolnnatl time.
J. DDBAND. Bnp't.
Omnibuses callforpaseengera by leaving directions
at the Ticket Offices. noli
Commencing May 22, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF 0AB8.
' Two Dally Trains for Vincennes, -Cairo and St.
Louis, at 9:00 A. M., and 8:30 P. M. .
Tbreo Daily Trains for Louisville, at 9:00 A. H.,
2:00 P. II., and 8:90 P. SI.
One Train for Evans villc at 8:30 P. M. .
The Traius connect at St. Loula for all points In
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Quincy and Keo
kuk; nt St, LouIb and Cairo for Memphis, Vicksburg,
Natchei and New Orleana.
One Through Train on Sunday at 8:30 P. H,
RKTITBHINn VAMt TilllM IiAAVAH ICllNt. HI. Lnllt..
Bnndaya excepted, at 6:30 A. M., drrlviug at Cincin
nati at 10:10 r. ffl.
Express Tbaim Leaves East St, Louis dally at 2:40
FOR THROUGH TICKETS
Toall points West and Soutb.please apply at the
I ofttces, Walnut-atreit House, Between Blxth and
Seventh-streets, No. 1 Burnet House, corner office,
north-west corner of Front and Broadway, Spencer
House Office, and at the Depot, corner Front ana 11 ill
streets. W. H. CLEMENT,0en'l.8uperlntendent.
Umnibnaes call for passengers. oc'it
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
Jlmpo'Efe1,0111 Route ov
A. M. INDIAN AP0L1S, BT. LOUIS A CHICA
OO FAST IXPBEBB.-Throug direct. making oloa.
connections for all other Western and North-western
points, This Train also conneetsat Klohmond with
Olnoinaatl and Chicago Bonds, for Andersoa, Koko.
mOjLogaDjport, and all. points on Wabash Taller
8:40 P." M. INDIANAPOLIS, OHIOAOO A BT.
LODI8NIOHT EXPRESS. Th. above Trains make
close connections at Indianapolis, Lafayette and Chi
cago, with Trains for Tern Haute, Springfield, Rook
Island, Oalesburg, Kenosha, La Cense, Jacksonville,
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee. Uettucn, Naples.
Galena, Qnlncy, Prairie da Ohlen, Pane, Peoria,
Dunlelth.Racine, Decatur, Bloonsington, Jollct, La
Belle, Bt. Paul, and all towns and ol ties in the Notth
WTh rough Tkkets given end! Baggage ohKked
For further Information and Through Tickets, ay.
Jly to Tioket Offloes, north-east corner ol Front and
Iroadway; No. 16 Walnut street, nsar Fourth; at
south-east comer of Fourth and Vine itreet, or at
the 81xthetroet Depot-
... D. ft. MORROW. Innsi-.'utendent.
. Omnibuses will rail for paaaens rt dt leaving t halt
U W.H.ojilTH, Agent.
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