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THE PRESS.
THURSDAY.
-.0BCE9IBBK. 1
[From the New York Home Journal.]
TREMBLINGS OF A LOVE-LUTE.
TREMBLINGS OF A LOVE-LUTE. BY KATE SEYMOUR MACLEAN.
The lilly bells ring nnderg round",
Their ranile small 1 hear,
When lobM of dew that .hint, pearl round,
Hang in th cowslip' w i
Anil nil the summer blooms and spray
An ebeathed from the inn,
And yet 1 feel, In many ww,
Their living pulse, run.
The orownlnf roMof .ammer-tim
Lie. foldd oo In .tern ;
lu bright nrn holdi 00 hon.y win,
It brow no diadem 1
And ret my aoal la inljr thrilled,
A. If I .tood an.ar
dome '.gal prawnc. unr.vealed
'lho,uuof all thyar.
. 0 mat, deer row I IU rotat and daw
Uprhing from th lake,
And eunnbin.glaudug warmly through '
Hare kissed tha flower, awak ;
Toe orchard blooms ar. dropping balm, '
' The tulip'a gorgeous cup,
' Uor .lender th.n a dert palm,
IUobaiioufuthup,
. Tb birds ara inrd lathe tree,
Tha wan star burn and pale,
0 rote coma forth I Vp'a tba breei
I iiaarth nightingale.
Unfold thecrliuaoa wave that II
In dxrkneas, rosy dim,
And swing thy fragrant censer high,
0 regal rose, for him I .,
Tby hyacinths ara pale with lor
And lunging, gueenly rosel
Their sweet bell, ring response low
To ertiry wind th t blown.
it( riulets bending in the fra,
Do bide I heir glowing ye
.W bin (bum entrancing voice paai,
Like mm fioni paradue.
VT'. crowned our blu.hlng queen of May,
' Loug :iince, with dance and tun;
' ' Uut tlic merry world of yesterday
I. 'fipitnt Into June;
Thou art not hero, we look in Tain
0 tom, tl iu J appear I
K'ime 1 nine emerald tbrou, and reign
'rbequeeuofull tbeyearl
Ttie GuostSbssb. Dr. Holmes, "at
the Breiikfact Table," in the Novembar
''Atlantic," says concerning supersti
tion" fo dings at night
"It in all very easy for you, middle
Hged reader, sitting over this page in the
broad day light, to call me by all manner of
of asinine and agcrine unohristian names,
btfuause 1 had these fancies running
ihrough my head. 1 dont care much lor
your abuse. The question is not, what
it i reasonable for a man to think about,
but what he really does think about, in
the dark and when he ia alone atid, ha
whole body seems but one great nerve of
hearing, and he Bees the phosphorescent
flashes of his own eyeballs as they turn
suddenly in the direction of the last
strange noise what he actually does
think about, as he lies and recalls all the
wild stories his head is full of, his fancy
hinting the most alarming oonjectures to
aooount for the simplest fact about him,
his oommon-sense laughing them to scorn
the next minute, but his mind still re
turning to them, under one shape or
another, until he gets very nervous and
foolish, and remembers how pleasant it
used to be to have his mother come and
tuck him up and go and sit within call, so
that she could hear him at any minute, if
he got very much scared and wanted.her.
Old babies that we are!"
( flow this goes home to one a long
while ago; and oomes home to him to
day!) "Daylight will clear up all that lamp
light left doubtful."
Thi Mystery of Death. Dr. Holland
thus eloquently writes upon the mystery
of mysteries:
"The body is to die; so much is certain.
What lies beyond? No one who passes
the charmed boundary comes back to
tell. The imagination visits the realms
of shadows sent out from some window
of the soul over life's restless waters,
but wings its way wearily baok with an
olive leaf in ita beak as a token of emerg
ing life beyond the olosely bending hori
zon. The great sun oomes and goes in
heaven, yet breathes no secret of the
ethereal wilderness. The crescent moon
cleave her nightly passage across the
upper deep, but tosses overboard no mes
sage and displays no signals. The senti.
nel stars otiallange each other as they
walk their nightly rouuds, but we oaten
no syllable of their countersign which
gives passage to the heavenly camp.
Shut in! Shut in! Between this and the
other lite there is a great gulf fixed, across
which neither eye nor loot can travel.
The gentle friend whose eyes we closed in
their last sleep long years ago, died with
rapture in her wonder stricken eyes, a
smile of ineffable joy upon her lips; and
hands folded over a triumphant heart; but
ber lips were past speech, and intimated
nothing of the vision that enthralled her."
Disgusting Conceit. The Paragraph
below we' find going the rounds, credited
to the Louisville journal Whatever its
source, no man, it seem' to us, but an
over-amorous (idiot could have written
such a thing, whioh, stupid as nauseating,
is nearly enough to disgust any woman of
ensibility or delicacy with all mankind,
because so silly a coxoomb is, unfortu
nately, included in the sex:
To the pretty girl sending us, be
tween now and the 1st of January, the
handsomest pair of kid gloves (we wear
No. 7'n) a kiss upon the forehead; to the
one "ending the best hemmed handker
chief (hemmed with her own hand) a kiss
upon the cheek; and to the one sending
the most beautiful slippers (our feet are
rather small and delioate, dear girls,) a
kiss upon the lips."
A. Great Aothoe's Opinion or the
World. Voltaire, the wittiest and per
haps the most idolized of writers, gives
an opinion of life and the world that thou
sands who have breathed and Buffered
will with aching minds indorse: "The
world abounds with wonders, and also
with victims. In man is more wretohed
Bess than hi all other animals put to
gether. Man loves life, yet he knows he
mustdie; spends his existence in diffue
ingthe miseries he has suffered cut
ting tha throats of his fellow-creatures
for pay cheating and being cheated.
The bulk of mankind are nothing more
than a crowd of wretches, equally crimi
nal equally unfortunate. I wish I had
never been bora."
Beautiful! As winds the ivy around
the tree, as to the orag the moss patch
roots, so clings my constant soul to thee!
my own, my beautiful my boots !
' "Okntlxmajv," said a tavern keeper to
his gnests, at midnight,, "I don't know
whether yon have talked enough or not,
but as for myself I am going to shut up.
aaMaaaaBaaawanaaia
1 ' "Ail thi world's a swob." The life
of a miser is a bad drama, the only point
of whioh is in the end. All the effects
are crammed into the "tag."
HUMOR AND SENTIMENT.
K3u"Do you know who built this bridge? 1
said a person to Hook. "No," replied
Hook, "but ifyou go over you'll be tolled!"
J6F"Will you be a seoond," said a gen
tleman, who proposed to fight a duel
"No, indeed, for you wouldn't stand a
second yourself." -
aCeVThe poor tailor who tried to oure
his wife's temper has (riven it up as a bad
job. He found the experiment was not
"worth the salt"
AN EPIORAM.
"What' woman' proper apher, my lore?"
Aaktd John of pretty Jean.
"Tun glv. It up? 'Tie thirty feat.
Or mora of urioollne."
An advertisement reads as follows:
"stolen, a watch worth ten guineas. If
the thief will return it he shall be informed
where he may steal one worth two of it,
and no questions asked."
8STA gentleman in Ohio, who died
recently, bequeathed to his wife a hand
some sum, providing in his will that in
case she married again it should be
doubled.
Talleyrand, when asked by a lady
famous for her beauty and stupidity how
she should rid herself of some of her
troublesome admirers, replied, "You have
only to open your mouth, madam."
1ST A young fellow, the son of an emi
nent dancing-master, applying to a friend
as to what trade or profession it would
be best for him to pursue, was answered,
"I think you cannot do better than follow
the steps of your father.
f&Tln many trifles, man is just for
unjust) as contradictory as woman, tor
instance, he objeots to see flies in his
port wine, and yet the fastidious monster
is not in the least enraged at the sight of
the bee's wing I
gs7"I didn't denounoe you," said a
sauoy young fellow to an editor, "but only
your subordinate; I merely made a fling
at your staff. "Well, sir," replied the
editor, suiting the action to the word,
"then my staff shall have a fling at you."
g&A writer of the last century quaintly
observed that when the cannons of the
princes began war, the cannons of the
churoh were destroyed. "It was," said
he, "first mitre that governed the world,
and then nitre first Saint Peter, and
then saltpetre.
IQflt is undoubtedly a duty to acquire
riches, not for the condition which they
make, but for the power they confer.
The wisdom, however, properly to employ
them demands even more earnest study
and honest endeavor. Simms.
JgyFarth and will, are the two maternal
birds whioh nourish courage and per
formance; the one gives us confidence in
ourselves, the other enables us to secure
the confidence of those whom we would
conquer or control.
&Let youth oherish sleep, the hap
piest of earthly boons, while yet it is at
its command; for there oometh the day
to all, when "neither the voice of the
lute nor the birds" shall bring back the
sweet slumbers that fell on their young
eyes as unbidden as the dews.
t6yThe Bulletin lays down a number
of rules of action in case of one's clothes
oatohing fire, and concludes by reoom
mending any lady who should unfortu
nately find herself enveloped in the
flames of her burning garments, "keep as
oool as possible."
"Mr. Captain," said a son of Erin,
going on board a vessel in the port of
Cork, "you looked so muoh like the mate
that I took you to be the cook. Will you
be after lending me the loan , of your
broadax to saw an empty barrel of flour
in two, to make my oow a hog-pen?"
IOTA man was taken up for stealing
some valuable fancy duckB, and after a
description of them, the prisoner's attor
ney said, "Why, they can't be such a rare
breed, for I have some of them in my own
yard. "Very likely," said the com
plainant; "1 have lost a good many lately."
Jfiy-When Jones went to dinner the
other day, he found one of his appren
tices, in tbe kitchen quietly rolling up his
sleeves. "What are you going to do?'
said Jones. "Oh," responded the boy,
"I am going to dive down into that pot, to
see if 1 can find the meat that the soup
was made from."
t' How old did you say your sister
was?" "Twenty five." "You must be
mistaken. I was under the impression
she was only twenty." "She wears hoop
skirts, doesn't she?" "From appearances
1 should say she did." "Well, then,
twenty-five springsat least have passed
over her head."
j"The best way to avoid being dis
turbed by an unpleasant thing, said Dr.
Spooner, is to resolve that it shall not
disturb you; but should your nerves be
sensitive and unable to stand the trial,
hasten by the annoyanoe and don't see
it A stinging remark loses all its point
when we are not consoious that we are
aimed at
Mlf-Waiter," said Hood once at a
Brighton hotel, "I'll get you a place in
London as a first rate packer." "Paoker,
sir!" said the astonished waiter, with the
white cloth under his arm, blightly agi
tated, "I never learned to pack." "All
the better," replied Tom; its a natural
gift: for see how you have packed my
bottle of wine in a piut decanter!"
"Goine to leave. Marv?" "Yes.
mum;I find I am very discontented."
"it there is anything l can do to make you
more comfortable, let me know." "No,
mum, it's impossible. You cau't alter
your Agger to my figger, no mor'n I oan.
Your dresses won'tfit me, and I can't
appear on Sundays as I used at my last
place, where missus' clothes fitted' xaotly.
xaotly."
(Torturing a man to make him con
fess is a trial not of guilt, but of nerve
not of innocence, but of enduranoe; it
compels the weak to affirm what is false,
and determines the strong to deny what
is true; it converts the criminal into tbe
witness, the judge into the executioner,
and makes a direr punishment than
would follow conviction.
In youth we look upon life throueh
the small end of the telescope ; in old
age, through the broad. They are tbe
same objeots, and yet we wonder that
what onoe appeared so large should now
seem so very small- Alas! that happy
time, when all things were sweet as con
fectionary to our innocent taste, will
never come again nor shall we care much
if it never does.
BUSINESS CARDS
HARRISON & COLLINS'
CENTRAL BEB-HIVB GALLERY, cor
ner of Fifth and Weatarn-row. Photograph!,
Helaiuotypa and Ambrotype taken cheaper than
laewber in tha city. Oil Colored Photograph
made of all aliti, from life to tbe amalleat miniature.
Picture neatly et in Lockxta, Breaet-pine, ifiuger.
riugaand Bracelet. All work warranted.
u5l6-y A. B. BLOOM, Artist
Door Locks,
It. It. CAR AuD 8 WITCH LOCKS,
Door and Oate-Springi,
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
SILVER-PLATED DOOR-PLATES,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted.
Th public ara reapeot fully inrited to call and ax
amin th Tarloui pattern and priox. All Jobbing
promptly attended to
UKOUUB MottRECHitt,
noiom Bo. 133 rtrth-atraat, W door from Baca.
GANDYI OANDY
SC. N. OIaTIIlX.
; (BnowHor to Hiau Oo,)."
i
Mauufuctureri and Wholesale Dealers
-IS-
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
441 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI
myl7
SADDLE, TltUNK AND UARNESS
MANUFACTORY,
101 Wuln-atreet, three door abov Third,
KBKP ON HAND AND MAKE TO OR
liKB all kinda or Bon Trapping, in tbalMat
and mwi aubatautial maouer. A no, a large aaeort
ouutof Hone iliankete. Whip., Carpet and Leather
, Bridle Bits, iluffaio Uobea, Valise (th real
tola leather), Mail Trunk, (sponge, and large aa
urtmeut belonging to thi line. I will Mil at low
aa th lowest. .
D. S. CAEEICK.
nol-y
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
134 MAIN STUKItT, 0IM01 e(AT1, 0.
KITREDGE it F0L30M,
it 8t. Oharla (treat, 11. w Orltani, La.,
Importer! ofQaoa dc Spirting Apparrttoi,
AND DIALERS II 6UH rOWDIB.
KAIL-ROAD HOTEL,
(fronting th Steamboat Landing.)
North-east Corner Broad wav and Front.
OIMOlRKATl, OHIO.
B. F. LEVEEING, Proprietor.
oc7-cro1
WE MOREHOUSE & CO.,
MANUrAOTUBIB ADD DIAIIB8 IX
FURNITURE, CHAIRS, AND ALL
kind! of Uattreaiea and Bedding, at tha old
tand, ho. 136 Byoamure-atreet, seat (Ide, between
fourth and ("ittb-atreeta, aeventb (tore above
fourth-atreet. Church few lined and cuehloned.
All order promptly attended to. ool-cni
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET
and Boiler Iron, Plow Blab, BailroadSpikti
Bto. Also, Agenta for the aale of 1 ronton Btar Nalla
Wnreroom. Mo. 19 Koat Second Street, Olnclnuat f
"ir All kind Iron mad to order. - 1M
LEENDEKT BYL,
CLEANER OF 8INK3 AND VAULTS,
No. 99 Bixtb-atreet, between Vine and Race, in
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Pereone who
may farorhlm with their patronage,canrelyon pnnc
tnallty and low pricea, eepl-ay
Money! Money! Money!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
Removed from Stt Waal SUtNatrt.
MONET LOAN ElToN WATCHES, JEW
ELET and all klnda of Uercbandlae, at low
rate of intereet, at No. 173 Vlne-.troet, between
fourth and Fifth. VA
JBook Binding
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, NO. 8 EAST
Fourth-atreet, between Mais andScamo-a.Oin-
oinnati.
MTUe-blnding in every ttyle. Mnait Book neat
ly and durably bound. 0. UBOP SU.
f )yi-m1
PHILADELPHIA
Dining; and Coffee Saloon.
no. 8iH nr rH-axuEBT, south hide,
(Nar tbe corner of Vine,)
0. L. VICKEKri, Proprietor'.
Oyster and Game .erved In all atylea. Meal at all
hour. nolcni
JEWELRY.
II. I. ULIAS'
New Wholesale
WATGU & JEWELRY HOUSE
16 West FourthsJStreet,
Where can be bad every article appertaining to th
Buaineaa at a much leas prise, for CASH, than
ha ever before been offered Is thi market.
(JIVE US A CALL"
And aee for yonraelve. apM
WM. WHITAKER
JEWELER,
No. tiH N. K. Cor. Fifth and Lodge ttreeta, betwee
Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati.
AgoodaawrtmentofSltVKaandPLATKDWAU.
PEOTA(JLB, etc., sept oonataDily on hand.
Special attention given to Cleaning and Be pairing
Watohea and Jewelry. ipyin
REGGS eMITH,(o. 6 West 4th 8t.
ARB NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watches, Jewelry.
BIWerware and Diamond.
Aiao
A Sua amortment of Plated Tee Bat and Ontlerv
ana ' wr "i
DENTAL CARDS.
WM. M. HUNTER,
DENTIST,
no5
296 Vine-street.
J. TA FT,
' (Bnooeeeor to Knowlton Tail.)
DENTIST,
No. 46 Weat Fourth St,, bet. Walnut eV Tin
CINCINNATI. OHIO.
ep34
. L. BiHL.ii. a. a. eeutle
Drs. UAMLEN k SMITH,
IDEIBJTISTJS.
No. 3 Wert Fourth St.
17S
l.waari.
i. eocain.
DBS. WABBLE & DOUGHTY,
DENTISTS,
u " Offioe No. 1S8 West Fonrth street,
. Y " iirnniuu a kit vnm
IIIWOINNATt. OHIO
MEDICAL CARDS.
1)11. SXZVL SILSBEE
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OP
TEB SKIN, RHEUMATISM, DISKABXS OF
WOMEN, end racb Chronlo complaint ai may be
benefitted by th Hygyenlo and Atmopathio yatm
of hiaofflce.
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arenlo, Mercury, Tor.
kiih, Boaalan and Slectro-Chemlcal Bath, a Dig
panaary of Medicine, and every manner of Xlectrle
and Magnetic Apparatn.
NO. 67 WEST B1VINTH-8TBHT.
aWOfflceh.nr A.M. to 6 P. anl-tft
R. 8. IJEWTON, M. D.
Office, 90 Weit Seventh Street,
" 1
' IITVfll Tins AMD BAOfl. Ml
O. E. - NEWTON, M. D.
Ornoe Me. M Weat Seventh itreet, between Vine
and Bac. Bumimii No. 63 tieventb .treat, b
ween Walnnt and Vine. Orrioi RavntlH to M
A, I to I P. M.s 7 lo S t, X.
SEWING MACHINES.
The Latest Improvement
. BROWN'S BHUtTLE .
SEWING MACHINES!
MANUFACTURED BY THE OHIO
Sewing Machine Company, 40 Weat Fourth
atraet.exprw.ly adapted for family Dae, Dreaa Mak
ing, Oalter Fittiug and Tailoring. Warranted to
give perfect aatlafactlon or the money returned. Do
not fall to examine before ptuchaelng. Xxtre in
ducement offered to Agent.
L. BBOWN, Agent,
not-am 40 Weat Fonrth -.treat.
LADD, WEBSTER oe CO.'S
LOOK STITCH
SEWING MACHINES,
80 West Fourth-stroet,
Between Tin and Walaut-treeta, Olncinoati.
ST Bend for Circular. ' r
fttO. $30. . $30. $30.
MOORE'S
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stiloh
FMLYSEn MACHINES
SIOUBXD BT BIUINT LITTKBS PAT1NT.
THIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO
NOUNCED by all competent Judge, whe
have aeen It. to be the beat and moat de Irabu Fam
ily Sewing Machine ever introduced, re ardleia
of price. It will aew all klnda of family good,
from the very thlckeet to thevery flneet fabric made,
and uae all klnda of thread, from No. S to 200.
No ell la need top of the Machine. u
Send for oircular, or rail and aee it In operation.
Opon early appllcatlon,Stateand County Bight may
beaacured. . . , . .
Aueaergetio peraonoan make a fortune In a .hort
time. Agent wanted In all untold territory.
H. C. BURTMAN.
Be 1 and ezclu.lv agent for tba Uuited State.,
ep!4fm H Went Fourth -.Ireet. Cincinnati.
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. D. DAY & CO.,
. Manufacturer, and Dealer In
PRINTING PRESSES,
(BOTH HAND AND POWEB,) , '
And all kind ot Printing: Material, No.
173, 173 and 197 Weat Kecond-street,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
to our MEDAL JOBBER. Within tbe lent
eighteen month we have introduced them Into four
teen different State, of the Onion, with the greatoet
ati.faotion to tbe parties purchasing. The power ia
applied to the center of tbe platen ; ooneequently
there i no possibility of ita apringlng from auy
amount of preesure. Tbe motion ia bo tranamitteu
to it aa to cause a dwell on tbn point of contact with
the form, inaurlns A PERFECT IMl'BESSION at
high rate of apeed,
Printer In want of the BEST JOBBER abonld
not purchate elsewhere without giving thi an ex
amination. They are gtrong, durable and rapid, and
are WARRANTED to give the most entire eatl..
lection. no8
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUND
at laat juat what the Ladle have lengneedeo
and looked for in vain, tbe Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine Elixir 1 warranted to cure all di
eaaa of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of th
Womb, th Kidneys, the Ovarie., and the Urethra
Prulapaus or Falling of the Womb, Painful Menstru
ation.Obloroaie, Amenorrhea; in fact, a perfect enra
ia gnarrAnteed by the uae of from two to Ave bottle
of the Elixir, of any disease whatever of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of male nr female, no
matter of how long staudlng. Price $1 per Bottle.
Madame ELLIS call particular attention to the
following Oard of one of the moat prominent Drug
glata of Cincinnati.
"TO TBS PUBLIOIRD THI LADIU IK PABTIOOLIB.
We, the nuderaigned. are not in the habit of giving
our name to Patent Medlcinea; but knowing well the
Lady Physician, and the medicine called the Uterine
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend it to all female,
nfferlng from Female Disease, of any kind; it ii
purely vegetable, and In no caa can do Injury; w
aay to all try, and our word for it, you will find re
lief. P. V. HILL, Drunglst,
ep27 "Corner of Fifth and Bace-stroeta."
-AL80-
MADAME ELLI88 8PANISH 6IMU
LATINO OOUOH AND LIVEB BALSAM
cure, without fall, pains in the Breaat, Back,
Side or Limbs; Coughs, Colds, Hoarsenea, Diffi
culty of Brea nlna, Headache. Flatulency, Heart
burn. Obronic Bheumattam, Billion. Oholic, Cramp
Ohollc, Griping Paina of the Bowels, Dullness,
Stupor, Inactivity, Lois of Appetite, and In Pain
ful Menstruation It ia a certain cure, and gives
Immediate relief. In any of tbe above diseases
it will give relief In twenty minutes, and a perma
nent cure by the use of to bottles. Only 50 cent
ner bottle aa cheap that every person can get it.
N. B. For aale by F. D. HILL, Drnsglst, corner
nf Race and Fifib-streeta: J. D. PARK, corner of
Fourth and Walnut; SUIRR, ECKSTEIN A 'V
coiner Vine and Fourth; JOHN DICKSON, comer
of John and Sixth; PAUL RKINLKIN, corner ol
Eighth and Freeman. Aiao, EDWARD SOANLAN
& ' , corner of Main ana Fourth; and Madamt
ELLIS, 144 West Sixth-street. aep27-ay
IIALL'S PATJGNT.
THE MOST RELIABLE FIRE AND
BUBOLAB PROOF SAFES. Tbey have given
mora (atlafaotion than any other now In use.
We offer a reward of ONE THOUSAND DOL
LARS to any pemn that can, np to the present
Mme.showa single instance wherein they have failed
to preserve th.lr content.
With tbl SAFE w challenge all competition, at
being tbe best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Bnrglar Proof now made; and are willing to
teat with any establishment in the Union, and tbe
party failing first, to forfeit to the other, the sum
of 82,000.
Weare prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at less
eost, than any other manufacturer In tbe United
BUte.
Second-hand Safe of other maker, alio on hand.
Wereepeotfally invite tbe publio to call end exam.
In our stock before pnrchaaing elsewhere.
HALL. CARROLL A CO.,
aagl-ayt Woe. 16 and 17 East Columbia street.
ITS B. DODOS,
Iormrly of HaJl.Dodd A Oo.; late Utban.Dodd t Oo.
W. II. Dodds fc Co.,
IUsTOVAOTOIM Of THI
OOXOXlIlXl
Fire and Burglar Proof
S AFX3SI
CU W. Corner of Vine V Second Streets.
Thi I tha moat reliable FIRE AND BURGLA
PROOF 8AFB that I made in the United State, and
I warranted perfectly free from damp. Oan be aold
at lower price, and fa of Utter workmanship than
ean be found leewbar. .
W bar a large assortment on band, and are de
termined to tall at pricea that cannot fail to plea, .
Old Safes
takes in exoheng. SECOND-HAND BAJFIS al
way on hand at extremely low price.
J. J. BUTLER'S
Excelsior Fluid Inks.
- - Manufactory, 30 Vine St 54
WM. H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW and Master
Commissioner of the (superior and Common Plea
Courts. Bank Building, north wont corner of Main
nd Third-street. bo9
INSURANCE.
BY STATE AUTHOEITY.
Incorporated SI 9. Charter Perpetual
WAgerry established In Cincinnati in 1 H'H, an
tedating all present local Insurance Companies and
Agencies i n the Insurance bnslness In this city. 3 J
yeareconVant dnty here, combined with wealth, ex
perienoe, enterprise and liberality, especially com
mend tbe jETN A Insurance Company to tbe favora
ble patranaire of this coinmtiniay atandlng aolitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of 18'i3. ri
Lees paid la Cincinnati durtnti fast Five
Vearsi 9130,054 !.
OashOapitalSl.OOO.000.
ABSOLUTE AND UNIMPAIRED. WITH A
SURPLUS UP Sl,03O,43a 30.
And th preitlge of 40 year success and npesleno.
IRVISTM1NTI Of
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OF I'1,OUO,000, L0SHE8
Have been paid by theStna Iusuranc Company In
the past 40 years.
Fire and Inland Navlaatlea. Risks accepted
at term consistent with solvency and fair profit.
Especial attention given to Insurance of Dwelling
and Content., for terms of 1 tony s.
Application mad. to any duly .athorised Agent
promptly attended to. By .triot attention to a legit
imate Insurance bnslness, this Oompany I enabled
to Oder both inden.nlty for tbe past and aeourltyfor
the future. P IIcim leaned without delay by
JAB. H. OA iTKR, Agent, No. 40 Main Street.
A. F. PA TO ..Assistant Agent.
H. K. LINO IT. Agent 171 Vine street,
i.i. HOOKA Agent. Fulton. 17th Ward, ant
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
New Inauranoe Agency
01 Old Established
Companies!
OWE OIVEiS, jr, Affent
No. 4 Public Lauding,
OINOINNATI, 0.
CONWAT INSURANCE C0.,
Cash Assets,
8d(lJ,00ti.
Cash Aneln,
8173,000.
Cash Assets,
of Conway, Mas.
LAFAYETTE INS., 00.,
o( Brooklyn, N. T.
HAMPDEN INS. CO.,
of 8prlngnld, Maaa.
BOARD OF CINCINNATI REFERENCE:
Hlnkle, Onlld Oo B. A. Holden A Co.,
Wilson A harden, Goodman A Vornholi
Ftadler A Uro N. W. Thomas A Co.,
Latimer. Colbnrn A Lupton, James Calhoun, Esq.,
Kimble A Weed.
Risks taken on th moat favorable terms oonls tout
with olvency. ......
LoBses honorably adjusted, and promptly paid lu
Cincinnati.
OWEN OWeIjR., AGENT
. (Late Assistant gec'y Firemen' In. Co.)
. ' nodamt
WESTEKN IN8UBANCE COMPANY
OP CINCINNATI.
OFPICB IN THE SECOND STORY Ob'
No. 3 Front-street, between Main and Sycamore.
This Company is taking t ire, iDland and Murine
Blska at current rates of premium.
Losses fairly edj usted and promptly paid.
DIRECTORS:
TFEckert, F Bali, BWPoineroy,
William Glenn. W 0 Whltcher, W C Mann.
Robert Mitchell, W H Oorastock, L O E Stone,
Bobt Buchanan, 0 0 Shaw, Geo Stall,
Wm Sellew, Both Kvans, J H Tsafie,
David Gibson, H Bracb.man, JOIsham,
H Clearwater, Tho U Klllott.
T. F. KCKEBT, President.
Bthphkn Moebx, Secretary. no8
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Iasurauce (ompany,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
DIRECTORS:
William Wood, luaao C. Copelen,
Jamea F. Cunningham, Sydney H. Clark,
Andrew Erkenbrecher, Joseph Reaklrt,
Geo. W. Bishop, Wm. fisher,
George R. Dixon.
ISAAC O. COPELEN, President.
Geo. W. Cofilin, Secretary.
A. M. B03S, Surveyor.
Ib prepired to Issue Policies on Fire and Marina
Risks, on favorable terms. Ollice No. 3 Vit Third
street, Trust Co. Building. no3bfm
National Insurance Co.,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
(Office South-west Cor. Alain and Front-Streets.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
lire Risks
TAKEN AT CIIRR ENT RATE.
DIRKCTOBS:
Jobn Burgoyne, X M Smith, Robert Moore,
Wm Hepworth, (Jbaa h Moore, 11 Fechhelmer.
F X Wiedemer, Tho Ong, S W Smith,
J L Ross Thos B Biggs, Henry Ellis.
H. C. UBNEB, Hso'y. ISO. BUKQuVNE, Frea.
noSbfm P. A. BrmosiAW, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 1820.
CAPITAL $150,000.
OFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
SUBKS against Loss and Damage by Fire; also:
Peril of th Sea and Inland Navigation.
DIRECTORS:
Jno.W Hartwell, Allen Collier, William Besor.
John W Ellis, James Lupton, Chaa.W Rowland,
John W Dudley, Jamos A iazor, J W Oapfield,
I) T Woodrow, R M W Taylor, A S Wlnslow,
0 8 Williams, H McBIrney, Bowman 0 Baker.
JOHN W. HABTWILL, President,
0. W.WiUTini, Secretary. no
A,j-roo -sdu
Svtaod q)Ji aoiteodd uo aes usuojio
'.Mi)-vmntQ pa Aioa-oisjBo 'jorj '3 'fj
"00 2j tLHHVH 'AV-'M
'siSHOfl pn seuiSus eiqetjoj '-of 'Haiiifi
qioio Samoa saeMowj juoij 's.uqonr umg -tuea
ana aepnn pa aaadn qtoq (pio 4tPeuiuj-rT
nohi okohxs si isx im 'sazis n V
iJumoa pus Suipuij;) 9(qBjjOd
ROOFMCi! KOOIIG!
THE OUTCALT ELASTIC ME
TALLIC BOOFINO" Is offered to the public
a. the best and cheapest Metal Boof now nsed, Its
merits tested by an experience of year In thi city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
building.. Mo solder nsed fastened securely with
out exposure to the action of the element.
Prepared sheet, boxed for shipment to any part of
the United State, can be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
CALDWELL A CO,
yyl-tf 1M West Seoond street
PATENT MACHINE-MADE PAPER
BAGS, for Grooers, Druggtsta. Tea Dealer ami
ethers, made from extra quality of Wrapping, Ms
nllla and White Tea Paper. BJ
200,000 No. 1 Wrapping and Manilla;
200,000 No. 2
200,000 No. S ...
300,000 No. 4
. 200,000 No. ft "
aao.oooNo. 8 . "
. 200.OOONo.10 . . .
200,tKI0No. 1J -M
200,000 No. 19 '" , "
200,000 Ne. 18
200,000 No. 20 " "
" 200,OOONo.2D
200,000 No. 1 White Tea Bags;
200,000 No. 1
"' 200,000 No. 3
Th above ara put np In package of 600 bag each.
We are manufacturing from alxty to eventy-five
thousand Bag perils.) :
NIXON A OHATFIELD,
Paper Bag Manufacturer,
And Wholesale Paner Dealer.
oc2
77 and 79 Walnut-etreet.
FLOWEES
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Of every description, which I am selling at ml
ad ran oe on Mew York prices, wholesale and retal!,
J. WEBB, Jr.,
sot lSiririb-itreet,bt.BcandXlm.
i
RAILROADS.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
CHICAGO,
Great Western and North-Western
Great Western and North-Western LINE.
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
RAILROADS.
The Shortest Route between Cincinnati
and Chicago.
Three PasaengerTrainsleave Cincinnati daily, from
tbe foot of M i 11 and Front streets.
Oi30 A.M. Chicago Mail arrive at Indlanapollg
at 12:10 P. M., Chicago at 10:80 P. M. Thi train
oonneot with all night train out of Chicago for
th Weat and North-west; connect at Iudianapo
11 with train for Terr Haute: also with Pern
train for ero, Loganaport, Fort Wayne and To
ledo. '
l!ii4S P. M. Terre Haute and Layfayette An
oouiiuuuatlon arrives st Indianapolis at 4:It P. M.,
making direct connection) at Indianapolis with La
layette trains for Decatur, Springfield, JNaplea, (Join
oy. Hannibal and St. Joseph.
7 P. 01, Chicago Kxpiwu arrive at Indlanapollg
st 12:14 A. 11., making ciese connections at Chicago
witb all morning train out of Chicago.
Bleeping car are attached to all the night trala
on tbl liue, and run through to Chicago without
change of car.
Tbu 1 exclusively a Western and North-westera
route, and with faverable and reliable arrangements
with all connecting roads throughout the entire
Weat, guarantees unusual care and I he amplest ao
eommodations to the patrons ot this line.
The Company's exclusive Telegraph Line I need
when neceesary. to govern the movement of train,
and Loughrldge' celebrated Patent Brakes, are at
tached to all passenger trains, by which they can be
perfectly controlled; besides all the other modern Im
provement necessary for tbe comfort and safety ot
passenger, the managers of this road have liberally
provided. .
Smoking-cars on this line,
smt Be snre yon areln the right ticket office before
yon purchase your tickets, and ask for ticket via
Lawrenoebnrg and lndlauapol Is.
Far the same aa by any other route, llaggage
ohecked through.
THROUGH TICKETS, goof until need, oan be ob
tained at the ticket offloea, at kipencer House Corner
north-west corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bar
net House Corner; at the Walnut-street Hon, and
at Depot onlce, foot of M ill, 011 Front street, whr
all neceesary infc rmatlon may be had.
Omnibuses mi to and from each train, and trill
oallfot passenger at all bottl 1 and ell parte ot th
oity, bj leaving address at ell t ir office.
W, H. L. NOBLI,
nol4 ' General Ticket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
mm
RAILROAD
RAILROAD SIX DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THE
Sixth-street Depot.
Trains run through to Cleveland Sandusky, To.
ledo and Indianapolis without change of cars.
Through Tickets for all Kastern, Western, North,
rn and North-western cltlos.
0 A. M. KXPKEH4 TRAIN For Hamilton.
Richmond, Indianapolis, Lafayette, Chicago, and all
Western Cities. Counocta at Richmond with C. and
C. Rood for Loganaport; also connect at Hamilton
for Oxford, Ac.
730 A. ill. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield,
Sandusky, Toledo aud Chicago. This train make
close connections with all traius leaving Chicago the
same evening. Also connects at L'kimn ron Go
LVMBrs; at Bollolbntaine with U. and I. R. R,, East
and West: at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
Chicago Railroad Kast and West: at Clyde with
Cleveland aud Toledo Bailroad trains for Cleveland
and Detroit; at Dayton for Greenville, Union, Win
cheater and Mtinele.
10 A. ill. JSXPRESH TRAIN For Cleveland
via Delaware for Duukirk, Buflttlo, Boston, New
York, and all Eastern cities. Also counects at Crest
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and all
Kastern elites.
3i40 P. 01. TRAIN For Hamilton, Richmond,
Indianapolis, Terre ilante and Saint Louis; con
nects at Hamilton for Oxford, He.
9i.'iOP. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield.
Bellefontalne. Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, ana
all points In Canada. Connectsut Bellefontalne with,
B. and I. K. It., East and West.
lliilOP. M. KXPltBH TRAIN For Cleve
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buftalo, Boston,
New York, and all Eastern cities. Also, counects at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and all Eastern cities.
-The night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P. 11., leavos daily except Satubdayb. All other
trains leave daily ixoept Sundays;
For further information and 'rickets, apply at the
Ticket offices north-east corner Front and Broad
way; No. 169 Walnut-street, near Gibson House; at
tbe new Ticket Office, on the west side of Vine-street,
betweenPostotnce and Bnrnet House: at the Walnut
street House, or at the Six th -street Depot.
no!2 D. Mcl. A RKN, Superintendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trains.
E
,!IRST TRAIN-DAY EXPRESS AT 10
A. M.. connects via Columbus and Cleveland:
via Columbus, bteubenvill. and Pittsburg; via
Oolnnibns, Greetliue and Plttsbnrg; via Colnm
bna and Bella! r (Wheelipp). Also, lor Springfield.
This train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all the principal stations.
e)KCONl TRAIN-Columbus Accommodation
at 4:40 If. It. This train stops at all stations be
taeen Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati and
Springfield.
THIRD TRAIN Night Express at 11i30 P.
M., couuecta via Columbus and fiellalr (Wheeling);
via Oolnmhns, Orestlina and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus Steubenville and Pittsburg; via Columbus and
Cleveland.
. Tbis Train stops at Loveland, Morrow,- Xenla
and London. bLEEPINOCARH ON 1'HIH TRAIN.
fc"Tbe Day Kinross runs through w Cleveland,
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via Bteubenvllle, wlthont
ch.Tige ot car.
The NIGHT EXPRESS Train leaving Cincinnati
at UittOP. M., rnns dally, except SATURDAYS.
Tbe other Trains run daily, exoept SUNDAYS.
For all information, and Through Tickets to Bos.
ton, New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Plttsbnrg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern plaocs,
apply at the Offices, Walnnt Street Honse, Mo. 4 Bnr
net House, south-east ooraur of Broadway and Front
streets, and at the Kastern Depot.
Train run by Columbus time, which la seven min
ute faster than Cincinnati time, .
J. DUBAND. Bup't.
Omnibuses callforpassenger by leaving direction
at th Ticket Office. no 14
Commencing May 22, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CABS.
Two Dally Train lor Tlncennes, Cairo and St.
Louis, at 9:00 A. M., and 8:30 P. M.
Three Dally Trains for Louisville, at V:00 A. M,,
2:00 P. M., and 8:80 P. M.
One Train for Evansville at 8M P. M.
The Trains connect at St. Louis for all points In
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Quincy and Keo
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Tlcksburg,
Natchez and New Orleans.
One Through Train on Sunday at 1:30 P. M.
Betcbhinq Fast Line Leaves East Bt. Louis,
Hnudars executed, at 6:60 A. M.. arriving at Olncln.
nati at 10:10 P. U.
j..rMn iica.c. biw.uii jjuuib uoiij
P. H., arriving at Cincinnati at 6:48 A. H.
FOR THROUGH TICKETS
To all points West and South, please apply at the
cilices, Walnut-street Honse, between Sixth and
DHVenth-atreets, No. 1 Burnet House, corner office,
north-west corner of Front and Broadway, Spencer
House Office, and at the Depot , corner Front and M ill.
streets. W. U. OLEUENT.Gen'l.Superintendent.
Omnlhnees call for passengers. oc29
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Mm
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
toNaAfflrOUg:h RUte iOV
TEBBE HA DTI,
BT. LOUIS,
LAFAYBTTB,
CHICAGO,
LOGANS PORT,
PERU,
VOBT WATN1
TWO DAILY THROUGH TRAINS leaveUlxth street
Depot, at A. M. and 4:30 P. 11.
A. M.-INDIANAPOLIB.ST. L0OI8 4 CHIC A.
00 FAST KXPBRSii.-Tbronghdirect.ruakingoloM
eonnectlon. for allother Western and North-wostem
point. This Train also conneclsat Richmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Boads, for Anderson, Koko.
moLogansport, and all point on Wabash Taller
:4oV' M. INDIANAPOLIS, CHICAGO A BT.
tOUIH NIGHT EXPRESS. The above Trains mak
oloso oonnection at Indianapolis, Lafayotte and Chi.
oago, with Train for Terre Haute, Springfleld, Bock
Island, Galesbnrg, Kenosha, La Crosse, Jacksonville,
Danville, Burlington. Milwaukee, Mattoou, Naples,
Galena, Qulncy, Prairie du Chlen, Pane, Peoria,
Danlelth. Racine, Decatur, Bloomingtou, Jollet, La
Salle, Bt. Paul, and all town and cities in th North
WThrough Ticket Urea and Baggage checked
for rnrther Information and Through Ticket, ap.
ply to Ticket OfHoes, north-east oornerof Front and
Broadway; No. 16 Walnut street, near Fourth; at
onth-eait corner of Fourth and Viae afreet, or at
th Sixth-street Depot.
D. ol. MORROW, Superintendent.
OmnibUM will call for passeng ira by leaving tbaU
at altharof the Ticket OSm.
u W.H.BM1TH, Agent.

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