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... DECEMBER 51
PUNCH ON THE TERRY-BRODERICK
Clinch thns rhythmically and rhymlcally philoso
phises upon Senator Broderlck, killed by Cblef-J al
"It wm a noble Senator erect in Freedom'! cause. '
A patent, grave anil honored man to frame Columbia
It wua a yet mora honored one, a chief who held In
The rights, the UbeTMei, the Urea or kindred tons of
That hanghty high-touted Senator, that venerated
Had nursed between then daintily some paltry cause
Till ongor'e flame too clearly rose for inch brave men
to smother, . ,
And New- World ethics now laid down that one must
kill the other. ,. . , M ,
Forth from the stera Chief-Justice then blood-craving
missives sped; ,
And Judge and Senator, or both, are numbered with
the dead, .
For gloating gossips said that if the kully Judgo
should fall, . . ,, , . ,
Would fellow-ruffians take hi) place, with 'blood for
blood' their call.
One after other, while the alaln their vengeance
would bequeath , . ,
To mounters, such of old a sprung from Cadmus
draKon's tooth. , .
(Hi! blush Columbia, blush, for tules like this are
Of savage deeds that ever blot your flaunting atari
and stsipes.' ' ' '. . .
Senator Broilerick sleena In death, struck down by
And Justice Terry walks the earth Cain-branded to
his grave!" '
NOT LOST FOREVER.
Not lout forever, though on earth we've parted!
Not lout forever, though a e meet no more!
They do not wander lone and broken kiarted,
Who see Heaveu's radiance on the farther ahoie.
Not lost forever! every gentle token '-
That memory brings me from the far away,
Shall till my aoul, though all our ties are broken,
With tender grace, that nevor can decay.
Not lost forever! while around me springing,
The violet weep, the roses blush and bloom;
And summer birds, in summer woodland Blugiug,
Flood with soft music all the tranquil gloom.
There will bo meaning in the atnrs.the flowers,
The grandnnd solemn voices of these-- .
Telling of happv dreams and happy hours.
W ben 1 ife had aunihinewhichitcaught from thee.
Mot lost forover! thou sbaltatill be near me, .
Through every fortune and in every clime; .
When cares oppress, or gentle memories choor me,
Thou shult be with me, dearest, all the time.
General Jackson and his Illiterateness—
Tortoise vs. Turtle.
Among the many charges brought by
the opponents of General Jackson against
him, to prove that he was not fit for tho
prosideney, was that he was illiterate, and
this was the honest belief offtgreat many
During his Administration a vessel
arrived at Norfolk from the West Indies,
and on its deck wore several sea-turtles.
Among them was a giant of a reptile,
which attracted the attention of every
body who went aboard. The captain had
them all taken on the wharf -and exposed
for sale. Among those who admired tho
huso fellow above mentioned were several
leaders of the "unterrified," four or five of
whom made up a purse, bought the mon
ster, and by the next Washington boat
sent it up as a present to via mcKory.
HQ VYU.B 1UUUU glUMUGU UK euuu a llcocuj
and the inmates and the visitors at the
White House enjoyed a rare treat in tho
way of "turtle soup" of the most magnifi
Tho General wrote a very polite note
acknowledging the receipt of the present,
which was duly received by Dr. A., who
had sent it in the name of himself and
hi other Domocratio friends.
Shortly after tho receipt of the General's
answer, Dr. A. was hobbling along on
Main street, and just when nearly in front
of Mr. 13. 's book store he was hailed by
live anti-Jacksonians as follows:
"Well, dootor, have yon heard from the
General about your turtle?'.'
"Yes," answered Dr. A,, "and I have
his reply in my pocket"
"Let's see it! let's see it! "they all cried
in a breath.
" Here it is." Dr. A. replied.
He produced the note and they read:
"Gentlemen: 1 thnnk you for the very
fine tortoise you so kindly sent me, &a, '
"I here, said one of the gentlemen,
"we had always heard that your great
man could not write Jingnsn, ana now
wc know it Who ever heard of a turtle
being called a tortoise?"
'Will you take abet on it? said A."
"That we will," answered they, "and
we will decide the point by going into
So in they went, and both parties
agreed to to abide by the definition of a
certain dictionary, then the standard of
tho language. One of them turned over its
leaves till he reached the word turtle. The
definition was "a bird of the dove kind,"
and in the next line, "this word is some
times used to designate the tortoise found
on the shores of the West Indies. It is
a corruption used by sailors and illiterate
"Are you satisfied, gentlemen?'! ex
claimed Dr. A ; "I know you are not sail
orsso, by your own authority, you are
illiterate, lie pleased to pay your bets,
and never after this say that General
Jnckson can't write English. .,
Understanding Things Literally.
"The baby is sick, my dear."
"Well, give it castor oil ; Dennis bring
up tho castor oil."
"It's all gone, sir, not a drop is left."
"Gone! why, we have not yet opened
".Sure, you have it everyday, and I'vo
seen you use ityonrselfon your salad."
"Why, you scoundrel, you don't mean
to say that I'vo been eating castor oil
every day during the salad season?'! , -
"buro you have, sir." ' '
"Did you not see the bottle was labeled
"Sure and I did sir; and didn't I put it
in the castor every day.
No Wonder He Felt Better. The
following is true of many haranguers
from the pulpit, except that an intelligent
congregation generally thinks what tho
unlettered negro expressed:, We heard
of adispeptio clergyman at the South,
who, after a long confinement, concluded
to try tho experiment of preaching once
more; and he accordingly delivered three
discourses in one day, of an hour each.
Upon his return to the house, he told his
neir.ro servant that he felt much better
for preaching. The servant replied "I
tou lib t you would, massa, to get so much
trash on your stomach. ,
An Eloquent Simile. When engineers
would bridge a stream, they often carry
, n ... I. . i 1 . j T it i , i , 7
ovor at lira uut aiugie vuru. v un mat,
next they strecon a wire. Across. Then,
strand is added to strand tuatil a founda
tion is laid for piaaks; and now the bold
engineer finds a safe foot way, and walks
from side to side, so uoa takes irom us
some golden-threaded pleasure, and
stretches it hence into Heaven, then he
takes a child and then a friend. Thus he
bridges death, and teaches the thoughts
of the mont timid to find their way hither
between the shores.
The Piano Monster. Never was truer
word said, than the following distilled
essence of common opinion:
"If knight-errantry existed now for the
relief of distressed damsels, the elect
champions would not have to go far in the
exercise of their vocation. Our fushiona
bli female seminaries, or even our private
parlors, would give them work enough.
There is one monster in particular, a sort
of domesticated dragon commonly yoleped
piano, crooodile-like in his expanded jaws,
bristling teeth, and mild voice, like an
infant's trilling softly from between, who
is becoming quite a famous devourer ot
young girls. - Some he sets upon a stool
and eats them up piecemeal. Others he
is content to make slaves of, tormenting
them for a while, that they may learu the
more ingeniously to torment otner peopie.
A few, by way of bait, he converts into
nightingales. But when we have realized
what a consumption ot Drain nnu npium
marrow, to say nothing of precious time,
the voracity of this honey-tongued monster
costs annually of the fairer portion of
creation, we shall see reason to pray for
the sDeedv advent of some valorous bir
G uion to break the oruel spelL Let the
beast be slain, or at least tamctt ana
muzzled. Let him be content with a feast
of an hour or two per diem upon the lifej'
blood of young girls, ll such a reiorui
were made, wo might, indeed, have fewer
trills and quavers in our parlors, but in
return we should have sweeter lullabies
for the nursery."
Praying and Preaching. Some of the
ministers dissatisfied with thoir salaries
may find a moral in this anecdote
A stranger traveling in South Carolina
perceived in a cotton field an old negro,
who had stopped work and seemed to bo
intently employed in muttering something.
"What are you doing?" said the stranger.
"Saying my sermon, Sir," was the reply.
"Ah 1 you are a preacher, then?"
"Well, what do they give you for
"Oh I not much, massa," answered tho
negro, "sometimes a bushel of sweetpo
tatoes, sometimes a fresh fish not much."
"J) -d poor pay," remarked the
"Yes, massa," responded the
"and d d poor preach, too!"
A Paragraph on Kisses. Dr. Holmes
"at the Breakfast Table" says of kissing:
"The memory of the kiss that Margaret
of Scotland gavo to Alain Chartier has
lasted four hundred years, and put into
the head of many an ill-favored poet,
whether Victoria or Eugenie would do as
much by him, if she happened to pass
him when he was asleep. And have we
ever forgotten that the fresh cheek of the
young John Milton tingled under tho lips
of some high-born Italian beauty, who, I
believe, did not think to leave her card
by the side of the slumbering youth, but
has bequeathed the memory of her pretty
deed to all coming time? The sound of
a kiss is not so loud us that of a cannon,
but its echo lasts a deal longer."
Sometimes we may add kisses are as
fatal as cannons and quite as apt to go
off, though fortunately for gallant persons,
they make no report
An African Inquest. Though the
annexed negro inquest is intended for a
burlesque, it is quite as lucid and intelli
gent as many of the inquests rendered by
white people here and elsewhere: W'o
find the following verdict of a negro
inquest in an exchange: "We, de undcr
scribe darkies, bein a Kerner's juray of
disgust to sit on de body ob de nigger
Sambo, now dead and gone before us,
having been Bitin' on de nigger aforesaid,
did on de night of de ftisteonth ob Novem
ber, come to deaf by falliu from de bridge
ober do ribber into de said ribber, wlmr
we find he was subsequently drowned
and afterwards washed on de ribber side
whar we s'pose ho was froze to df."
A Cat in the Milk. "Madam," said
a very polite traveler to a testy old land
lady. "If I see proper to help myself to
this milk, is there any impropriety in it?"
"I don't know what you mean; but if
you mean to insinuate that thai' is any
thing nasty in that milk, I'll give you to
understand that you've struck the wrong
house. There aint a single hair in it,
for as soon as Darthy Ann told me the
cat was drowned in the milk, 1 went and
strained it over."
The voung man fainted.
How One Feels on the Ocean. The
first hour that a person spends at xea
is comniotily devoted to admiring man's
triumph over tho deep the next in ml
mitting that the deep is gradually tri
umphing over him. "Steward, whore's
my room? I begin to feel as if 1 should
very soon need a little weak brandy, or a
good deal of tin basin."
BpLooking out of his window one
bu minor evening, Luther saw on a tree
near at Hand a little bird, making his
brief and easy dispositions for a night's
rest "Look!" said ho, "how that little
fellow preaches faith to ns all. He takes
hold ol his twig, tucks his head under hit
wing, and goes to sleep, leaving Ood to
think for him."
BgrSpurgeon says: "There is not a
spider hanging on the wall but hath its
errand : there is uot a nettle growing in
the corner of the churchyard but hath
its purpose1; there is not a single insect
fluttering in the breeze but accomplished
some divine decree;and 1 will never have
it that God created man, to be a blank, to
IgyWhy, Mary, said a lady to her
Hibernian assistant, don't pour that
water on the teal It has not boiled
Ocb, yes, marm it's hiled. . It bilcd
like everything this morrJn before break
fast, an' I saved the wather a purpose
for the'tay thisjevening.
BA preacher while full of zeal,
used the following expression : "O Lord
we pray the to curtail the devil's power
in this place." An old negro leaped on
his feet and exclaimed. "Amen, dat
right Lord! cut the tail smack and
I&When we see a man ostentatiously
buying books that he never intends to read,
ana that he couldn't understand if he did,
we are reminded of deaf men buying
tickets to the opera, und blind ones to
picture galleries. . . .
HARRISON & COLL.1NS'
CENTRAL BEE-HIVE GALLERY, oor
nor of lifth and Western-row. Photographs,
Melainotypee and Anibrotypes taken cheaper than
elsewhere iu the city. Oil Colored Photographs
made of all sizes, from life to the smallest miniature.
Pictures uoatly set in Lockets, Breast-pins, Fluger
llngs aud bracelets. All work warrantod.
nulii-ay A. 8. BLOOM, Artist.
ii. r. car and switch locks,
Door and Gate-Springs,
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted..
The public are respoctfully Invited to rail and ex
amine the various patterns and price. All Jobbing
promptly attended to
. GEOUtiB illcGBEQOK,
no2cra Bo. 133 Fifth-street, 2d door from Kace.
: (Sooceseorto Mymi AOo,).
Manufacturer and Wholesale Iicalra
- FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
SADDLE, THINK AND HARNESS
0i Mnin-Ntiect, three iloorn abovo Third,
KEEP ON HAND AND MAKE TO OR
DER all kinds of Horo Trappings, In the best
mid must substantial manner. Also, a large assort
ment of Horse Ulankets, Whips, Carpet Bud Leather
Bam. Bridle Bits, lhiftalo Uohes, Valises (the real
osthelowost. ), S. CARBICK.
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
134 MAIN BTltKET, OINOI ATI, 0,
KITREDGE & FOLSOM,
86 St. Charles street, Hew Orleans, Jjb.,
Importers of (JitnuoV Sporting Apparatus,
AND DKALBRS IN OCH TOWDIB.
(Fronting the Hteamboat Landing.)
North-east Corner Broadway and Front.
E. F. LEVERING, Proprietor.
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
MANDFACTUBIBS AND DEALEES IN
TilURNITORB, CHAIRS, AND ALL
X; kinds of Mattresses und Bedding, at the old
stand. No. 130 Sycumore-stioet, east aide, between
Fourth - and Jt'iithtreots,- seventh utore above
Koitrth-Btreet, Ulntrcb fewa lined aud cushioned.
Allorders promptly attended to. ocl-cm
H. CAMPBELL & C0.,
ANUPACTURERo OF HAK, BflJS.UA
IV J. aud Boilor Iron, Plow Slabs, Bailroad Spikej
vtn Also. A rants for thesalo of lronton Star Holli
Warerooms ao, iv xt-wt, sewuu wv.w, .
sirAll kinds Iron reailo to order.
CI LEANER OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
J No. 99 Sixth-street, between Vine and Kace, In
the Medical College, Oiucinnatl, Ohio. Persona who
my luror ului with their patrouage.can rely on puue.
tuallty aud low prkea. !SEt!!L.
"Money ! itlouey!, Money I
ttemoved from 5 West SUthitraeb
rfiwwv LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW".
J-EIiKY and all kiuda of Merchandise, at low
rates of tutereat, at Ho. 173 Yino-sireei, e-iwn
fourth and HlUi.
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, NO. 8 EAST
fourth-street, between Main and 8 canio, Urn-
arite-blodlng In evory Ityle.
ly and durably bound.
Mnslt Boots neat-
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. 81.SS ni'TH-STBEET, SOUTH 81DE,
(Near the corner of Vine,)
V. L. VKIKEKSi 1'ioprietor.
Orsrora and Qumo served In all styles. Meals at all
16 West Fourth Street,
Where can be had every article appertaining to the
(lasluesa at a much leas price, for CASH, than
has ever before been offered Ui this market.
GIVE US A CALL
Aud aee for yourselves. pU
WM. WH I TAKER
No. MX N. B. Cor. Fifth and Lodire streets, betwee
Walunt aud Vine. Cincinnati.
A good assortment of bl L V E K aud P L ATED WA Ki,
SFUGTACI.d, etc., kept coustautlyou hand.
Special attention given to Cleaning and Eepairliif
Watchea aud Jewelry. mrl"
BEGGH it SMITH, No. 0 West fth St.
ARE NOW RECEIVING: ADDITIONS TO
their lane assortment of Watches, Jewolrr.
Silverware and Diamonds.
A flno assortment of Plated Tea Seta and Untleij
and Oners (1 82
WM. M. HUNTER,
(Hnccessor to Kuowlton & Tart.)
No. 50 Weal Fourth St., bet. Walnnt oV Vint
"s. L. iiamlxn. B- a. "1IB.
Urs. QAHLEN & SMITH,
o. 3 Wet Fourth St.
a. wabdlk, J. nouagTT.
DBS. WARBLE & DOUGHTY,
Offioe No. 1S8 West Fonrta street,
i) n. saji'l silsiii:i;
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
Ei THE tJKIN, UHKUJIATIBJI, DISK ABES OF
WOMKN, aud such Uhronlo complaints as maybe
benefitted by the Hygyenio and Atmopathio ayitem
of his office.
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenio, Mercury, Tur
kish, Russian and Electro-Chemical Baths, a I) Is
penaary of Medicine, aud evory manner of Kleotrlo
and Magnetic Apparatus.
SO, 67 WKHT 8KVKNTH-8TBKET.
xrofllce hnrs A. M. to 5 P. V!-"t
B. S. NEWTOS, M. D,
01100, 90 West Seventh Street,
MTWaU TIKI ABO BACI.
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Ornco-He. 90 Wast Beventh street, between Vine
and Uo. Kisidini e No. 63 Hevonth stroet, be.
ween Walnut aud Vine. Orrioi Uouai to H
Tlie Latest Improveineiit
BROVVN'g fHUTTLE '
MANPfACTURED BY THE OHIO
Hewing Machine Company, 40 West Fourth
atrwet. expressly adapted for Family Use, Drees Mak.
lug, Gaiter Filling aud Tailoring. Warranted to
give perfect satisfaction or the money returned. Do
uot tail to examine before purchasing. Kxtia in
ducements offered to Ageuta. . .
L. BROW If, Agent,
L04-6m ' ' so West Fonrth-street.
LADD, WEBSTER 06 CD.'S
SEWHiO M 4 CHINES,
80 West Fourth-stret,
Between Vine and Walnut-streets, Cincinnati.
. sr Send for a Circular. , ;
$30. $.10. $30. $30.
Thirty -Dollar DouWeLock-Stitoh
FAMILY SBMG MACHINES
BKODBKD BY BKCKNT LETTEBH PATiNT.
rVIRIb MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO
JL BOUNCED by all comoetent Judaea, whe
have seen It, to be the best and most desirable Fam
ily Sewing Machine ever Introduced, rearardleja
of price. It will sow all kinds of family goods,
from the very th ickost to the very finest fabrics made,
and uses all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 200.
No oil la used on topof the Machine.
Send for a circular, or call and see it in operation.
TJpou eurlyapplicatlou,Btateaud County ltightsmay
be secured. . .
Anenergctio person can make a fortune In a snort
tliuo. Agent wanted in all jnsold territory.
8c Ie and exclusive ageut for the United States,
sort 4fmt M Welt Fourth-street, Cincinnati.
Day's Medal Jobber.
W, T. & S. D. DAY & GO,,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
(BOTH HAND AND POWKB,) '
Anil nil hinds' ot lrintin Mntsrlal, No.
173 aud 17T Wett KoconU-Btieet,
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
to our MEDAL JOBBER. Withiu the last
eighteen months we have Introduced them Into four
teen different States of the Union, with the greatest
satisfaction to the parties purchasing. The power is
applied to tho center of the platen ; consoijuently
there Is no possibility of its springing from any
amount of pressure. The motion Is so transmitted
to it as to cause a dwell on the point of contact witli
the form, Insuring A PERFECT IMVBliSSION at
s high rate of speed.
Printers in want or the BEST J01I1IKU should
not purchase eUewhurn without elviug this an ex
amination. They are strong, durable and rapid, and
are WARRANTED to give the most entire satis
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUNP
at last just what the turtles have loug noedeo
and looked Turin vain, the Uterine Elixir,
The Uterine Elixir is warrauted to euro all dis
eases of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of tho
Womb, tho Kiilneys, the Ovaries, and the Urethra,
Prolapmis or Falling of the Womb, Painful Menstm
ation, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; in fact, a perfect cure
is gunrranteed by tho nso of from two to five bottles
of the Elixir, of any dleease whatever of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
matter of how long standing. Price $1 pur Bottle,
Madame ELLIS calls particular attention to the
following Card of onoof the most prominent Drug
gists of Cincinnati.
"To tii a Public anu the Latiif.h in faiiticuiab.
We, the undersigued, ore not in the habit of giving
our name to Patent Medicines; butkuowing well the
I.ady Physician, and the medlcino called the Uterine
Elixir, wo cheerfully recommend it to all females
suffering from Femalo Diseases of any kind; it ti
purely vegetable, and In uo case can do injury; wc
any to all try, aud our word for ir, you will find re
lief. F. D. HILL, Druggist,
sep27 "Corner of Fifth and Uace-streets."
MADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH SIMU
LATINO COUGH AND LIVER BALSAM
cures, without fail, pains in the Urease, Hack,
Side or Limbs; Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Diffi
culty of Breaitilng, Headache. Flatulency, Heart
burn, Chronic Klionmatisni, Iliilious Chollc, Cramp
Cholic, Griping Pains ot the Bowola, Dullness,
Stupor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, and iu Pain
ful Menstrual iou it is a curtain cure, and gives
immediate relief. In any of the above diseases
it will give relief in twenty minutes, and a perma
nent cure by the use o f to bottles. Only 611 cent,
per bottle so cheap that every porson cau get it.
N. B. For aale by F. D. HILL, Druggist, corner
of Race aud Fifth-streets: J. I). PARK, corner of
Fourth and Walnut; SUIRB, ECKSTEIN ' 4 "o
corner Vino and Fourth; JOHN DICKSON, comer
of John snl Sixth; PAUL KRINLEIN, corner el
Eighth and Freeman. Also, KDWAHD SCAN LAN
A DO., comer of Main and Fourth; and Madame
ELLIS, 114 West Sixth-street. sep27-oy
rilHE MOST RELIABLE FIRE AfiV
JL BURGLAR PROOF 8 A F ES. They have given
more satisfaction than any othor now In use,
Weoneraroward of ONR THOUSAND UOI..
I, A US to any person that enu, up to tho present
time, shown Blngle instance whorein they have failed
to preserve their contents,
With this BAKU we challenge all competition, a
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
test with any establishment .in the Union, and tho
party failing first, to forfeit to the other, the sum
We are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and nt less
cost, than any other manufacturer in the United
Second-hand Safes of other makers, also on hand.
Wo respectfully invite the public to call and exam
ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
HALL, CARROLL A CO.,
au;l)-ayf Hoi. If) and 17 East Columbia street.
Wi B. DODDS, ,
W. It. Uodda & Co.,
UITOTA0TTJB1M OF TBI
Fire aud Burglar Prool
8. W. Comer of Vine fc Second Streets.
This fa the moat reliable FIHE AND DUBQLA
PROOF SAFE that Is made Iu tho United States, and
la warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and ( of better workmanship than
can be found elsewhere.
We bate a large assortment on hand, and are de
termined to tell at prices that cannot fall to please.
Taken In exchange. SECOND-HAND BAFIS al
ways on hand at extremely low prices. .
J. J. BUTLER'S
Eicelsior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory. Vine Bt U
WM. H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW and Duster
Commissioner of the Superior and Comunj Pleas
Oonrts. Bank Hulldluv, north west coiuerol Alain
nd Thlrd-streelJ, not
Incorporated 1819. Chartw Perpetual
-Aiiei e v established in Cincinnati In 1 S'Ail. an
tedating all preseut local Insurance Companies and
Agencies in the Insurance business in this city. 33
years coni'ant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience, enterprise and liberality, especially com
mend the jETN A Insurance Company to the favora
ble patronage of this conimnulia standing solitary
and alone, the sole' survivor and living ploneor of
Cincinnati underwriters of IS'3.
Loaeea paid In Clurlnnnll durhic paat FIT
Years, 15)1,034 47.
lADSOLUTJC AKD UNIMPAIBED.J vith a
SUll PLUS OK $1,030,423 80.
And the prestige of 40 years success and experience.
Over $100,000 iu Ohio Securities.
UPWAKIK4 OV Sl'JiOOO,000, I,0ME8
Have boon paid hy tlie iEtua Insurance Company In
the past 40 years.
Vlt and Inlnnil Navlanllon. Bisks accepted
at terms consistent with solvency and fair profits.
Especial attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Content, far terms of 1 to 6 s.
Application made to any duly .athorlied Agent
finomptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
mate Insurance business, this Company ia enabled
to oiler both indemnity for the past and security for
the future. P llolis issued without delay by
J A3. H. OA vl'EU, Agent, No. 40 Main street.
A. F. PATO t. Assistant Agent.
II. K. L1ND BY, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.J.UOOKSi i, JUont. Fulton. 17th Word. . ant
BY STATE AUTUOBITV.
New Insurance Agency
Of Old Katublldlied
OWEi 0VEAS,jr, Agenl
No. Public Landing, ,
CONWAY INSURANCE CO.,1
of Conway, Hoes.
LAFAYETTE INS., CO., 1
of Brooklyn, N. Y. J
HAMPDEN INS. CO., 1
of Springlield, Mass. J
BOARD OP CINCINNATI REFERENCE:
Hinkle, Guild ft Co., It. A. Holden & Co..
Wilson & Mayden, Ooodman & Vornholz.
Hailler & Bro., N. W. Thomas 4 Co.,
Latimer, Colburn 4Lnpton,James Calhoun, Esu..,
Kimble i Weed.
Risks taken on tho most favorable terniioonslstent
Losses honorably Adjusted, and promptly paid In
OWEN OWER JR. JfiEST
(Late Assistant Sec'y Flremcn'a Ius. Co.)
WE8TEBN IJiSUMNCE COMPANK
OFFICE" IN THE SECOND STORY OF
No. 1 Frout-stroet, between Slain and Sycamore.
This Company is taking Firo, Inland and Marino
Risks nt current rates of premium.
Losses fairly adjusted aud promptly paid.
l r rjcaeri, J- nun,
William Glenn, W C Whltcher,
, . IK U.. It
B W Pomeroy,
W 0 Mann,
L Q K Stone,
J H Taafle,
J U Isham,
Robert Mitchell, W H Comstock,
Itoht Mucnauan, uusnaw,
Wm Bellew, Beth Evans,
David Gibson, II Braclunan,
1 1 Clenrwatur. Thoa It IClllott.
T. F. EOKKRT, President.
Stephen Moasit, Becrotary. uvi
Pire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
William Wood, Isaac C. Copoleu,
Jauies F. Cunningham, Sydney 8. Chirk, 1
Andruw Erkeubrecher, Joseph Beakirt,
Uo. W. Bishop, Wm. Fisher,
George U. Dixon.
ISAAC 0. COPKLKN, President.
Oio. W. COI'tLKN, Secretary.
A. At. BOSS, Surveyor.
Is prepared to Issuo Policies on Fire and Marine
Bisks, on favorable terms, Olllce No. 3 Wi at Third
street, Ti nut Co. Building. nosblm
National Insurance Co.,
(Oilice South-west Cor. Main and Front-streots.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
TAKKN AT CUHRKNT UATUH.
John Burgoyne, E M Smith,
Wm Hepwortli, Chus L fllooro,
S W Smith,
FX Wiederaor, Tlioallug,
J L Boss. Thos 11 llic,
Id. C. U KM Kit, Sec y.
J NO. BUKGOYNE. Pres.
P. A. Sphiomak, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 1829.
FFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN-
StlltKS against Loss and Damaee by Fire: also:
rerns oi tue sea anu iniium navigation.,
.Ino.W Uartwoll. Allon Collier. William Besor.
John W Ellis, James Lupton, Chas.W Rowland,
jonn v uuiliey, juiues a r razor, i w uauneiu.
juiues a fTuzor, J v ununoiu,
li SI W Taylor, A 8 Wlnslow,
H McBlruey, HowmunC Baker.
)UN W. HARTWELL, President,
U T w ooii row,
O. W.WiMJAMA, Secretary. noH
eSv)aod min noiivoiidds uo aos sjDinojfO jf,a
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qiof)gaiuoa 'sanaoed iuoia 'soumoeui jnois -sjju
-am ispuu pan loadu ujoq (Plios )o) 'seuivjj(-sc j
kohi uoaxs ni aa xnd 'sazis 11 v
'siniff peej pub uaoo
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fflHE OUTCAI,T ELASTIC Ml',
JL TALLIO ROOFING" la offered to the public
oa the best and cheapest Metal Roof now nsed, he
mor its touted by an experience of years In thlsC'ty
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or n v
buildings. No solder used fastened snenroly wilh
ont exposure to the action of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any port 'it
the United States, can be applied by any one wtih
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly flll.-.l.
CALDWELL & CO,
jyld-tf 132 West Second etreet
PATENT MACHINE-MADE PAPJ 11
BAGS, for Grocers, Druggists, Tea Dealers n l
others, mane from extra quality of Wrapplog, n i
nilla and White Tea Paper. BB
200,000 No. 1 Wrapping and Manilla;
200,000 No. 2
200,0110 No. S
200,000 NO. 4
200,000 No. 6
200,000 No. 8
200,0110 No. 10 "
21KI,0O0 No. 12
200,000 No. IS , "
a),ooo No, is -
200,000 No. 20 ' '"
aO.OOONo. 2d "
21111,000 No. 1 White Tea Bags;
200,0o0No. t "
200,000 No. S " "
The above are put np In packages of fioO bags eio
We are manufacturing from sixty to seveuty-l"
thousand Bags per day .
NIXON ft Un ATFIKLD, ,
Paper Bag Manufacturers,
And Wbolesalo Paper Dealers,
oc22 77 and 7!) walnnt-streci .
Feathers and Winter Milliner)',
Of every description, which I am selllug at a sin
advance on New York prices, Wholesale and retai
J. WEBB, Jr..
no4 194 Fifth-street, bet, Bac and Kim.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Great Western and North-western
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
Tbe Sliorteat Koute between Vlnelnnatl
tbe foot of W ill and Front streets.
6:50 A. M, Chicago Hull arrives at Indianapolis
at 12:10 P. M Chicago at 10:30 1. M. This train
connects with all night trains out of Chicago tor
the nest and r,ortn-west; connects at Indianapo
lis with trains for Terro Haute; also with Peru
trains for pern, Logansport, Fort Wuyue aud To- .
Ji43 P. HI. Torre Haute and Larfayette Ac.
couimooation arrives at Indianapolis nt 6:15 P. 11.,
making direct connections at ludlanapolla with La.
tayotte trains for Deoatnr, Sprlugfleld, Naples, Qulu
oy, Hannibal aud St. Joseph.
7 1'. Al. Chicago fxpress arrives Atlndlanapolla
at 12:15 A. M., making cleie connections at Chicago
Kim an uioruing sraiuaontoi unicago.
Sleening cars are attanhert tn all thM nfirlit ttna
on this line, and run through to Chicago without
Change of cars.
This is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with faverable and reliable arrangement
with all connecting roads throughout the entire
West, guarantees unusual care and the amplest ac
commodations to the put ions ot this line.
The Company's exclusive Telegraph Line Is used
when necessary, to govern the movement of trains,
and Loughridge s celebrated Patent lirnkes, aie at
tached to all passenger trains, by which they can be
poriociiy controlled; oesiut s all tue otner modern im
provements necessary for the comfort and safety ot
paesengera, the managers of this road have liberally
pmoKiug-cars on tnu line.
Wiie eure you are in the riffht tlckAt nfflcn hfkfnrA
you purchase your tickets, aud ask for ticket! via
Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same as by any other route. Baggage
THROUGH TICKETS, gool until nsed, can be ob
tained atths ticket offices, at Uponcer HousO Corner
north-west corner Broadway aud Front; No. 1 Uur
net Home Corner; at the Wal ant-street House, and
at Depot office, foot of Al ill, on Front street, whera
all necessary information may be had.
Omnibuses ro to and from jach train, and will
call lot passengers at all hots 1 1 and all part ot the
olty, b) loaving address
1 1 n- office.
VY, il. L. NUtfuff,
noU General Ticket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
SIX DAILY TRAINS LEAVE TH
Trains run throiiah to Cleveland SaiiAn.kv. Tn.
lodo and Indianapolis without change of cars.
Turougu ncKois ior nil eastern, western, Worth,
n and North-western cities.
H A. 111. UXFUPa TRAIM For Hamilton.
Richmond, Indianapolis, Latayetto, Clncago, and all
Western Cities. ConneclH at ltichmoud with U. and
O. Road for Logaueport; also connects at Hamilton
for Oxford, Ac.
7:'10 A. ill. Til A IN For Dayton, Springfield,
Sanduiiky, Toledo and Chicago. This train makes
close connections with all trains loaving Chlcuxo the
same evening. Alsocounects nt Ubuana for Co
Ll'MBl'8; at Piollcfoutaino with H. and I. It. It., East
and West; at Foreut with Pittslmrg, Fort Wayne and
Chicago Railroad East and West: at Clyde with
Cleveland aud Toledo Itailroud trains for Cleveland,
and Detroit; at Duyton for Gieeuvillo, Union, Win
10 A. ill. EXlMlKSSTUAm-ForOlovoland
via Delaware for Dunkirk, llult'ala, Dostou, Now
York, and all Eastern cities Also connects at Crest
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and all
Ma l. 11. TRAIN For Hamilton, Richmond,
Indianapolis, Terro Hauto and Sulnt Louis; con
nects at Hamilton for Oxford, Sic.
5:301'. HI. TllAIN-For Dayton, Sprlugflold.
Bcllefuntainv, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, aud
all points in Cuuaiia. Connects at Bollefontaine with
B. und J. R. It., East and West.
1 UStoP. M. UXPHKXHTRAIIV-For Cleve
laud via Delaware tor Dunkirk, llnfTalo, Hoston,
New York, aud all Eastern cities. Also, connects, at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Daltiinore,
anil all Eastern cities,
"The uiglit Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P. SI., leaves daily KxoKPr Baturd.vs. All other
trains leave dally exof.pt SuaoAva;
For further information ana Tickets, apply at the
Tlckot offices north-cast corner Front and Broad
way; No. 169 Walnut-street, near Gibson Honse; at
tbe new Ticket Otllce.ou the went side of Vine-street,
betwoenlPoBtoMtce and Burnet House: at the Walnut.
street House, or at the Sixth-street Depot.
n 012 D. MoLAKKN. Superintendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Tra ins Daily.
Two tliruugli Express Trains.
FIRST TRAIN-DAT EXPRESS AT 10
A. M., connects via Columbus and Cleveland;
via Columbus, Sleubonvillo and Pittsbuig; via
ColnnibiiB, Creatllna and Pittsburg; via Colum
bia ami lie! loir (Whoeiir.f ). AIo, lor Springfield.
Tills train etops between inclunati and Columbus,
at all tlie rrlncir.il stations.
hlot'OMl TKAIM-Colnmbai Aceommodallon
atdt ltl P. AI. This triilu stops at nil etatlons lie-
iv,een liincuinaii anu ooiiiiuuus, auu uinciuuaii anu
Till HO TRAIM Night Express nt lIiIIO P.
H,, connects via Columbus and Cot lair (Wheeling);
via Oolumbns, Crestline and Plttsbnrg; via Colum
bus titcubeuville and Pittsburg; via Columbus and
This Train stopa at. Loveland, Morrow, Xenla
and London. SLEEPlNODAltS ON THIS TRAIN.
esTTlio Day Fxpruas runs thrnngh to Cleveland,
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via Stoubenville, without
clmi.go ot cars. .
The NI0I1T EXPBESH Train leaving Cincinnati
at HiliOP. M., runs daily, except SATURDAYS.
Tbe other Trains run daily, except SUNDAYS.
For all Information, ana Through Tickets to Bos.
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo. Niagara Falls. Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Plttaburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
apply at the Ollices, Walnut Street Honse, No. 4 Bur
net House, south-east cornur of Broadway and Front
atreets, and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which Is seven mln
ntos faster than Cincinnati time.
J. DUBAND, Bup't.
Omnibuses coll for passeugers by leaving airoctiona
at the Ticket Offices, 5?ii
Commencing May 22, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
Two Daily Trains lor Vincennes, Cairo and St,
Louis, nt H:i) A.M., and 8:MI P. M.
Tlneo Dully Trains for Louisville, at :XI A.M.,
J:UI P. Al., and 8:30 P. M.- '
One Train for Evunsville at 8t3 P.M.
The Trains connectut St. Louis for all points in
Kausaaund Nebraska, Hannibal, Quincy and Keo
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for lleniphls, Vicksburg,
Natchez and New Orleans.
One Through Train uu Sunday at 8:30 P. M.
IUtubnino Fast Line-Leaves East St. Lonis,
Bimdays excepted, at 6:50 A. M arriving at Clncin.
BxpuKsg TaxiN Leaves East St. Lonls dallyat 2:40
P. M arriving at Cincinnati at 6:48 A.M.
Pill, n.ir Dntif, ,r mifiirimu
To all points West and South, please apply at tbe
UlUfcW, ir 1,11, lli-QLI OUI, X1IMIHU, UHlVeOU OlXin BliU
Seventh-streets, No. 1 Burnet House, corner oHIce,
north-weat corner of Front and Broadway, Spencer
House Cilice, and at the Depot, corner Frontand Mill,
streets. W. H. OLK3IENT,Uon'l. Superintendent.
Omnlbneos call for 1
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Thi'oiih ltoutc for
i n 11 n t j u iu, ,
TKBltE UAUTE, ;
LAFAYIfTE, ' , .
, CHICAGO, '
. FORT WAKNa
TWO DAILY THROUGH TRAINS leavoSlitb street
Depot, at 4 A. M. and 4:311 P. M,
A. M.-INDIANAPOLIS, BT. LOUIS A OHIO A.
GO FAST UXPKE88. Th rouphdlrect, making cIoim
oonneotions for all other Western and North-western
points. This Train also conneolaat liichmmij wiik
Ulucinnaii anu unicago ttoaus, for Aniierson, Xoko
mo, Logansport, and all points on Wabash Valley
3:(0 P. M. INDJ AN A POLIB, CHICAGO A BT.
LOUISNIGHTBX:i'itESS.-The above Trains makj
close ooiinectlonsat ludlanapoliB.LafayotteandCbl.
cogo, with Trains for Terro Ilante, Springfield, Bock
Island, Galesbnrg, Kenosha, La Crosse, Jacksonville,
Danvlllo. Iliirlluglou, Milwaukoo, Mattoon,Naplos,
Galena, Quincy, Prairie du Chien, Pan a, Peoria,
Dnnleltb, Itaclne, Decatur, Bloomlngton, Jollet, Li
Salle.St. Paul, and all towns and cities In the North
."Through Tlo;-.eU) given and Baggage checked
For further Information and Through Tickets, ap,
Ely to Ticket OlHces, nortb-oosteornerot Front and
roadway; No. lea Walnut atreet, near Fourth; at
south-east corner of Fourth and Vine street, or at
the Hiith-street Depot.
D. A. MOBItOW, inr.cv'ntt.U'luul.1 :
Umulbnses will call forpaassna rs nr leuVlng ilieti
uauius at either of tba Ticket Off
US W. H. iilllli, Agent,