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THE PRESS.
Tl'BKOAV..
..DKCElUBER H
[From the German of Prutz.]
THE MAIDEN AND THE SEA.
Dy the ocean walk a maiden, mora log breeze round
her straying
Where all the night tbeorazjr whirlwind on the toss
ing wavo wae Blaring.
O'er the beach the rujy coral sprays, aud shining
fiarl lie strevtn,
the storm from depths of ocean in the night
time hath uptbrown. ,
With her treasure trove delighted, gathers she with
ewift intent,
All the glowing, glittering rlche which the sullen
billows sem; ...
Gall; decketh brow and bosom, smooths her locks,
aud trims her gowu
Aud in fiucy see her playmates onvleus bluh and
angry frown: ...
Ab 1 ehe thinks not of the tempest, which from
ocesu'a rocky caves
Madly lore the gleaming coral with lie shock of an
gry waves I
Au.'shedrcanis not that thewblrlwlnil.wlillelttoisM
ber treuauresrouud.
Heaped the cruel shore with hlpTeclr.-strewea the
wavei with Bailor drowned I
Thus 1 bring thee aouge, my darling, ailed with
many a wild emotion;
look upon the oeor leaves smillug, like the maiden,
!v the ocean,
Let their varied anisic charm thee, gentle maiden,
aud depart,
lie kiug not what tempest passion wrung them from
my deepest heart. . . - ' f 0.
A Grecian Story.' The Eirst Medal
i ion Portrait. As the daughter of Dibu
tudes went, draped in her veil, to tlio
market-place she often met a youth, who
afterward beoauio an assistant to her
father in his work, lie was skilled iit
much, learning unknown to the secluded
j-irl, and in playing on the roed; and the
daily life of father, daughter and lover,
presented an illustration of Qreoian lifo
and beauty. The youth was constrained
at length to depart, but ere he went the
tows of betrothal were exchanged between
him and Kora, Their evo of parting was
a sad one. As they sat togothor by tbu
lampiignt the maiden suaaeniy rone, and,
taking up a piece of pointed charooal
from the brasior, and bidding the yuunjr,
uiun remain still, she traced on the wall
the outlino of his fine Grooian profile, a
a niQinorial when he should be far away.
Dibutados saw tho sketch she had made,
and rocognized the likeness. Carefully
lie fillod the outlino with clay, and a com
plete medallion was formed. It was tho
lirst portrait in reliefl Thus a new art
was born into the world, the development
of which brought fortuno and fame to tho
invontorl The story is, at least, as prop
able as that of Saunas discovering tho
rules of sketching and contour from tho
shadow of his horse. It was neither tho
li ret nor tho last time that Lore became a
teacher. Might not the fablo of Memnou
thin find its realization? It is related
that Dibutodcs, who had followed up his
medallions with busts, became so celebra
ted that many Grecian States claimod the
lienor of his birth; and that his daugh
ter's lover, who came back toeapouseher,
modelled wholo figures in Corinth. A
whool for modelling was instituted about
this timo ih Sicyonia, of which Dibutodcs
was tho founder. '
Mu.v Estimated at theie Worth.
Those woll-known sentiments of Kalph
Waldo Kmcrson aro not, to our mind true;
but as it may bo consolatory to many an un
comprehendod intellect and unappreci
ated heart, to think they will bo somo timo
understood, we reproduce the paragraph:
A man passes for what lio is worth.
Very idle is all curiosity ooncorning
other people's estimate of us, and all fear
of remaining unknown is not less so. If
a man knows that he can do anything
that ho can do it bottor than any one
else he has a pledgo of acknowledg
ment of that faot by all persons. Tho
world is full of judgment days, and into
every asBemblngo that a man enters, in
every action ho attempts, he is gauged
and stamped. In every troop of boys
that whoop and run in each yard and
. square a new comer is well and accu
rately weighed in the course of a few
days, and stamped with his right number,
as if he had uudergone a former trial of
his strength, speed and temper. A stran
ger comes from a distant school with a
better dress, trinkets in his pockets with
airs and pretentions. An older boy says
to himself, "It's no use, we shall find him
out to-morrow."
Abokioinal Idea of Courtship. A
young Indian failed in his attention to a
young squaw. She made complaint to an
old chief, who appointed a hearing, or
trial. Tho htdy laid the ease before the
judge, and explained the nature of the
promiso imtdo to her. It consisted of
mindry visits to her wiuwam, "many little
ii in I fx 4 n n 1 . 1 A 1 f r-rtv- r irttia' nrl nManntn
lunch of feathers, and several yards of
red tlaimcL this was the, charge. J ho
faithless swain denied the "undofinable
intentions," in toto. He had visited her
father's wigwam, for the purpose of passing
away time, when it was not convenient to
hunt; and had given tho feathers and
flannel from friendly motives, and nothing
further. During the lattor part of the
1 defense the squaw fainted. 1 he plea was
considered invalid, and tho offender
sentenced to give tho lady "a yellow
feather, a brooch that was then dangling
from Ins cose, and a dozen coon skins.
The sentence was no sooner concluded,
than tho squaw sprang upon her feet, and
clapping her hands, exclaimed with joy,
"Now me ready to be courted againl
' Feminine Inalienable Eights. Every
woman has a right to bo any ago she
pleases, for if Bhe were to stato her real
ayo uo one would beliove her. Every ono
has a right to wear a mustache who
can. Every woman who makes puddings
has a perfect right to beliove that she
can make a better pudding than any
other woman in tho world. Every man
who carves has a decided right to think
of himsolf by putting a few of the best
bits aside. Every woman has a right to
think hor child the prettiest little baby
in tho world," and it would be tho great
est folly to deny her this right, for she
; would be sure to take it Every young
ludy has a right to faint when she pfeasoa,
if her lover is by hor side to catch her.
I stkllectual Diai.ooub. Dutchman
1 doiid-morycr, Patrick, how you tur.?" ,
Irishman "Good morning till ye Mike
think yo will get any rain the day?"
" Oiitehman "I guess toot yonofcrhad
much rain in a forry try dime."
Irishman "Eaith, aadtye'ro right there
mms; ami win, whenever it gets in tho
wny o rainin'. the devil bit o'dhry whither
will we get, as long as tho wis spell
howlds.": . 1
ttaTGarriok. said of Sir John H ill the
physician and author, "The worst I wish
the doctor is that he may be compelled to
take his bwn physio and read his own
phivftr'r'iournust roverso tho nunwh
nient",' said a wag, "any man who takes
the doctor's physic won't live to read hit
plays.
A Brief Encyclopedia for Lovers.
' Lovb at Fibst Sight. All the poots
who have written on love, havo admitted
a faot which is apt to be disputed by pro
saic natures 1 mean the possibility of
instantly falling in lovo at the first sight
of a oharming woman. If the poets are
good authority, a man may fall in love
as suddonly as he may lose his balance
and fall from a precipice, or from the stee
ple of a meeting-house.
Charms. This word was once of great
power in the language of love, and signi
fied innumerable devices which lovers
invented to win the opposite sex and keep
them true, As an example of the kind
of charms resorted to in ancient times, I
may mention that lovers were in the
habit of making a little image of wax, and
holding it near tho fire, and when it began
to melt, it was imagined to have tho
power of mollifying tho hard heart of an
estranged lover. This triok is alluded to
by the Greok poet in the following lines :
"Ae tills devoted wax melti o'er the Are,
Let JHynd Ian Delphi melt with loft deitre."
Bustio lovers of the present day are in
the habit of performing similar chnrms
with applosocds on a hot ehovol. If tho
seeds, as they become heated, are at
tracted to each othor, it is a sign of
successful love; but if they fly apart, it is
the reverse.
Modesty. Modesty in woman is tho
charm of charms it is like the mantle of
reon to nature, without which she is u
csert, or a morass. It is modesty whioh
supplies tho very nerves and soul to
beauty. "A fair woman without virtue,"
saith tho Bible, "is like palled wine," It
is a woman's point of honor, which eho
can never allow to bo insultod' with im
punity. Her honor, like the snow, is
melted with the slightest touch. It is like
rose-water in a beautiful glass: break
but the glass, and how doth the fragrant
essenco embrace tho dust, and loso for
ever its oharming sweetness!
' No. For a little word, this is a tre
mendous one in love. Whon it is roally
a nogative, it is a funeral bell rung with
ono ruthless blow over tho departure of
tho last hope in a lovers breast. But no
often means yes in lovo; A refusal may
so bo spoken as to amount to a promiso.
A chastisement may be so administered
as to bo really a caress,
PorriNa the Quebtdn. This is a tor
riblo business to a timid lover a thing
which ho dreads moro than tooth-pulling.
A long timo aftor he knows that his fan
one has made up her mind to have him,
and'after she has shown him that her
goul, if not "in arms;" is eager for the
wedding, still he approaches the final
business of formally popping the question,
covered with blushes and trombling with
fear.
Tiirivn tiik Hint Givine and taking
' p .o 1 1
the hint is a sharp practice in lovo, which
nfYnn mitS f1 flirt af.mt'.nh til f utmost inCO-
w --- y C-
nuity of rustic swain and maidens. Thero
aro a thousand indescribable little ways
;n .,.,;, .Ii l.iimnnn rlnliiiiiinlv slinw ifc-iclf
ill nuiwu ivwv-. - -
without tho formality of words and decla
rations. Tho eyes, and every expression
of tho face, can give tho hint, whilo the
young people sit demurely in church,
lUhcuiu v l i - - -
parson ; and on tho way home, tho pluck
ing of a simple violet by tho roadside,
and giving it to a particular lad or lass,
is a very loud hint that somebody thinks
a gQOU ueat ui buuiuuuujt.
Yes. Yes is the lover's rasa-word to
the kingdom of Hoaveninto whioh it per
mits him to outer and find the angel his
heart has sought lor.
A Kind Heart. Lord Nelson, whon
forcod to see men whipped on board of the
ship, ascended to the deck precipitately,
read rapidly, and in an agitated voice, the
rules ol tho service, ana then cried:
"Boatswain do your duty." "Admiral,
pardon !"
Lord Nelson would then look around at
his officers; all keeping silence, he would
say:
"What I not ono of you, gentleman, not
one has pity upon that man or upon my
sufferings? Untie the man. My brave
fellow, on the day of battle romember
me!"
It was rarely that the sailor thus rescued
by his Admiral did not distinguish himsolf
at a later period . One day a man was
going to bo whipped. He was a marino.
A beutiful young girl sprang through the
crowd of soldiers; she fell on her knees
before Nelson and seized his hand.
"Pardon, your honor," she said, "par
don' he will nover bo guilty again,"
"Your face," said tho Admiral, "answers
for his future good conduct Untio the
man. He who has such a beautiful
creature as this for a friond, cannot be
a bad man." This marino afterward
bocamo a lieutenant.
The Strength of the Bible in Aki lio-
tiojj. An mstanco of the support ot the
Scriptures in Borrow is thus pathetically
related; A cood woman had lost her
husband by death, and rocoiviog a visit ol'
condolence from tho minister, she entered
pretty fully into a detail of her feelings of
lonoliness and grief, in hor widowed con
dition. Hho said she found herself going
back and forth, wandering about the
house all day long, from garret to cellar
now looking into tho room whore her poor,
dear husband died, then trying to divert
her mind by doing chores about tho house,
and then, again, going to the good book
tor consolation, nho was, she said, a
poor lone woman, and she couldn't help
thinking all day long of that vory touching
Eassage of Scripture in the Book of
lamentations, she boleiveditwos which
hit her case exactly: "Goosey, Goosey,
Gander; where will you wanuer
8"A young London swell, while
waiting for the railway train at York,
went into a tavern and oast about lor
fpmo amusement Feeling socuro in tho
possession oi (no most munuy, no mauc
the following offor; I will drop money
into a hat with any man in tho room, ho
who holds out longest to tako tho inonoy
and treat tho company."
"I'll do it," said a farmer.
Tho cooknoy dropped in a shilling;
tho farrier followed with another.
"Go Ob," said tho vockney, dropping in
another.
"I won't," said tho Yorkshiroraan;
"take the whole and treat tho company."
HARRISON & COLLINS'
Central, bek-hivb gallery, cor
ner of Fifth and Weetern-row. rhotraph,
Uelainotypea and Ambrotype taken cheaper than
elaewhere in the elty. Oil Colored Photograph
mad of all lu, from life to tho amallciit miniature
Picture neatly et in Locketa, Urnl-ltii, Finger
ring and Bracelet. All work warranted.
uol-y A. B, LLWM, Arllat.
"f-ttm--l
THE OYSTER TRADE.
-iiuiji a
KKESH CAM
OYSTElBS.
COVE lVifw
OYSTERS.!
Spiced Oyster i.
PICKLED OYSTKBS
mHE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECKIV.
I im DAILY, by the Adams li)rt, MALT.
BY'S orld-renowned Baltimore
Fresh Can, Keg and Shell Oyster..
iiao
Freo, Hermetically -eald OOTK, BFXCID a
P1CLKD0Y8TBU3.
ROBERT ORE, Agent
n-tr
TieTot.1l Wt riftn-ntrwit
JPKK8H
OYSTERS.
O AVAG-NA'S
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WEST FIFT H-ST B E EV.
T1
HE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW REOEIV.
INS dallr. nor Exerom. hi anlendid Oyster.
Hfiviiiff cnmnletMi arrangement In Baltimore, on
the most extensive aiwle, I will at all time durlna
the Beneon he prepnred to furnish my friend), "and
the rent of mankind," with the moat DELICIOUS
BIVALVES Importr-d to the Queen City. None but
the very beet imported. Great inducement cHered
at this lmportlng-home.
Order lullcitoa and promptly filled. Termaoaah.
FKTMl UAVAGNA,
applet Hole Importer and Proprietor.
& ( OYSTERS, $U
T01U)'S OLD STAND,
NO.50SIXTn-8TREKT. I AM RECEIV
ING dally. HKTfl'8 Celebrated MAMMOTH
OYSTERS which I am telling at nnprecodentej
low prices by caee or doten. Dealers and lanilllce
wanting a very large, fresh Oyster, will ileas send
their order. Attached to thia eetHblUhment W a
ulro, quiet, respectable Saloon, whoreyou can. hnvs
Ojstera (looked in overy style, and eorved up la a
cloa i and anporlor manner. Charges lesa than atanr
other place. tociol -IOHN NAIBN.
THOS. SMITH'S
BALTIMORE
SUPERIOR OLD PLANTATION
OYSTESRS,
Depot, 03 Syonniorc-nreet, opposite tho
National Theater. '
R. C. BOOKING, Agent.
ALSO-DiOHncd Kish anil Game; fresh and wert
Butler, Ac, delivered at all hour, free of oharge. ,
. Mleltf
I3T -STOl WXXt
Fine, Fat, Frnsh Omits,
TODD'S
Marnnui Bonum, at his Wholesale and Retail ()'
lirllouso, i
253 253 2SO 253 253
WAI.NIJT.STrtEKT.
no?.) Kitth door above Sixth, west sid
J. FARROW & SON'S
jMELEBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERl,
icoeivwi tuny ty ine Aattms &x
!re Company, In whole and half cane.
All Oyatcrs sold warmnted fresh and of
the very beBt quality. J. h. 0W1NG8,
Agent, No. 27 Fiftli-atreot, hot. Main
arm Hinui-sinwm.
N. B. The trade supplied on the most liberal
trmn. oc26om
JEWELRY.
U. P. ELIAS)
New Wholesale
iU'iiiuu!:!i:i,iiiioi:S!;
16 West Fourth Street,i
Where can be bad every article appertaining to fc
Bnslneea at a much leia price, for CASH, than
bM over before been offered In this market.
GIVE US A CALL"
And ee for youraelve. - ayH
WM. WHITAKEa
J E W E 1, E It ,
No.dt.t H. M. Oor. Fllthnnd Lodge street, betwe I
Walnut and Vino, Cincinnati. ,
A good MHoitmeu t of hlLVEKandPL ATI5D W AB1 '
HPKUTA0L8, etc., kept constantly on hand. '
Hpeclal attention given to Oleaulng and Bepairlng
Watehe and Jewelry. mylO
UEGOS A SMITH, No. West 4th St,
RE NOW RECEIVIN3 ADDITIONS 10
il their large aesoitment of W atones, Jewelry,
Silverware and Diamond.
ALSO
A due aeaortment of Plated Tea Ball aud Ovtlerr
and Oiwra Qlaaso. 2&i
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
Hit. SAUI'L IL8B
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
TUB SKIN, RHETJMATISH, DI8EASKD iSF
WOMKU, aud such Ohronlo complaint n may bci
bouufilted by the Hygyonlo end Atmopathlo ;'pu
of his offl'.o.
Vufor, Sulphur, Iudlue, Aisenlo, Mercury, Xqr
klsh, Knselan and Electro-Chemical Baths, a THi
pensaryof MeiUclne, and every manner of Eleotilo
and Itaguetlo Apparatus.
NO. 57 WKST BEVikfiTH-BTllEBT.
Xw-OBoe htnrs 9 K. hi. to taia-lft
K 8, NEWTON, M. D.
Offloe, DO Went Seventh Street,
VH AUD 1101.
m
O. E. NEWTON. M. T).
Orrioa No. fl West Heventh street, between Vine
and Itnoe. KcainKNrs-t'u. .".3 Seventh street, be
ween Walnnt and Vine. Orrion Hours 7w to 8,S
A. -. I t K P. M.i 7 to H p. M. .
WM. M. HUNTER,
I) KNTIST, .
in.1 ' 'Jllfl Vine.atrret.
J . TA FT,
(bncoeuor to Snowlton t Taft.)
DHJISTTIST,
no. 8 Writ Fourth Ml., bet.XVnluut Ac Vluo
CINClMNATI, OHIO.
op24
OANDYI OANDY
XX. (r. OXjU3LXUX,
(Bnoeeworto UnuAOo.) .
Mauufacturen aud Wholesale Dealmi
FINE AND FLAIN CANDIES,
10 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI
. myl7
HENRY DAVID,
Manufactnrer and Wholesale Dealer In
Honpa, Perfumery, Fnnoy Goatla, Ace.,
No- 278 MAIN-STREET,
BUTWJCXN B1XTU ANU BIVKNT1I.
.
N9 JOBBERS BY CA1LING AND
Wl3 examining my Block will rind that I
am aelling lower than any other houie In th city.
no)
IBook Binding
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, NO. S SAST
Fourth- trees, between Main andBr camot, (Jin
olnnatl.
MTBe-blndlnR In every atyl. Musi Book neat.
If and durably bonnd. C. VBOrPKB.
riy-mf
PRA2fI,IN TYPE AND 'STEREOTYPE
FtV:flnHV, B. ARLI80H, Buperintmdsnt.
Fr luting aTniorlali ontli. ind. 168 ViuMtreet-
if
i. .
8EWING MACHINES.
The liatest Improvement
brow n'a 'shuttle-";,' ' ,' ;
SEWING MACHINES!
MANUFACTURED BY- THE OHIO
Sewing Machine Company, 40 West Fourth
treat, expressly adapted for Family TJn, Dree Mak
ing, Gaiter Fining and Tailoring. ' Warranted to
give perfect satisfaction or th money returned. Do
not fall to examine before purchasing. xtra In
ducement offered to Agent. '
Ii. BROWN, Agent,
not -tot 40 tv'eet Fourth-street.
LADD, WEBSTER 6c C3,'S
. -LOOK STITCH V ,;
SEWING MACHINES, .
80 West Pourth-str et.
Between Vine and Walnut-street, Ulnolo oath :
T Bend for (Hrenlar. ' '1
$30. $30. $30. $30.
Thirty-Dollar Double lock-Stiloh ;
FAMILY SEWING SIICHINES
SKCCBED BY BGUBNT LKTTEK8 PATKNT.
rilfllb MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO
M. HOUNDED bv all eompetent Jude, who
unto ar-5i ii, w ue mv uvni iuu iuubi. ueoiiaviv jhi-
lly Hewing Mnchine ever introduced, reaardlesn
oi price, is win sew an ainu oi ntouiy suoua,
from the very thickest to the very flneatfubrlcamade.
aim usee all Kinds oi tnreaa, trom no, s to aw.
No oil la need on lop of the HnriMnP.
' Send for a circular, or nail and flea It In oneratlon
0 pon early application , State and County Bight may
be secured.
A u energetic person can make a fortune In a short
time. Agenio wanieu luannusoiu territory.
H. !. IHJRTIMAN,
Dele and exciiinlveaseut for the United State,
sepMfmt iiH Went fourth-street, Cincinnati.
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. D. DAY & CO.,
Manufactnrera and Dealer in
PRINTING PRESSES,
(BOTH HAND AND POVB,)
Anil nil kinds ot Printing Materials, No,
173, ITS Had 177 West Secoad-Mtreet,
t'lNCINNATI, OHIO.
I SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
X to onr ilKDAL JOBBEK. Within the last
eighteen months we have introduced them Into four
teen different State of the Union, with the greatest
satisfaction to the parties purchasing. The power is
applied to the center of the platos ; consouuently
there Is no poBslbility of it springing from nny
amount of pressure. The motion in m transmitted
to it as to cause a dwell on the point of contact with
the form. Insuring A FEBFUOT IMl'UKSSION at
high rnto of speed.
Printer in want of the BEST JOBBER should
not purchase elsewhore without giving this an ex
amination. They are strong, durable and rapid, And
are WARRANTED to give the meet entire satis
faction. . no3
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS TOUNP
at last Inst what the Ladle have leng needed
and looked for In vain, the Uteri ne Bliiir.
The Uterine Elixir 1 warranted to cure all dis
eases of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kidneys, tlie o,rlw, and tjtw
Prolapena or Falling of the Womb, rainlul Menitru
ation, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea: in fact, a perfect cur
is guarranteed bythe use of from two to five bottle
of the Elixir, of any disease whatever of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
matter of bow long standing. Price 01 per Bottle.
Madame ELLIS calls particular attention to the
following Card of one of the most prominent Drug,
gist of Cluoinnatl,
- "To tub Polio and THI LiDiis IM Partioclah.
We, the undersigned, are not in the habit of giving
our name to Patent Medicines; but it nowlng well th
Lady Physician, and the medicine called the Uterine
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend it to all female
suffering from female Diseases of any kind; It Is
purely vegetable, and In no cane can do Injury; wt
say to all try, and onr word for it, you will find re
lief. P. U.HILL, Druggist,
IOP27 "Ccruerof Fifth aud ltaoe-street."
MADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH SIMU
LATING COUGH AND LIVER BALSAM
cure, without fall, pain in the Breast, Back,
Side or Limbs: Coughs, Oolde, Hoarseness, Diffi
culty of Breathing, lleadacho, Flatulency, Heart
burn, Chronlo Rheumatism, Bullous Cholio,Cramr
Oholle, Griping Pains of the Bowel, Dullness,
Stupor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, and hi Pain
ful Menstruation It is a certain cure, and Rive
immediate relief. In any of the above disease
it will give relief in twenty minute, and a norma
nont cure by the use o r 1 10 bottles. Only 60 cent
per bottle to cheap that every person can get it.
N. B.-For sale by F. D. HILL, DriiKgiat, corner
of Rftoe and Fifth-streets: 3. D. PARK; corner oi
Fourth aud Walnut; BUIRB, KCKSTKIN A "
corner Vino and Fourth: JOHN DICK8UM, cornei
of John and Sixth; PAUL REINLBIN, corner el
Eighth and Freeman. Alio, JCDWABD 80ANLAN
& CO., corner of Main and Fourth; and lladami
KLL18, 141 Weat Sixth-street. sep27-ay
HALL'S PATENT.
milE MOST H ELI A HI, E VI R E A N D
-- BURGLAR PROOF SAFES. They have given
more satlefactlon than any other now in use.
We offer n reward of ONR THOUSAND 1)01.
I.AR8 to nny person that can, up to the present
time, show a single Instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their content.
With this SAFE wo challenge all competition, a
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
test with nny eatablishment ;in the Union, and the
party railing drat, to forfeit to the other, tee aum
Of $2,000. . ,
W eare prepared to furnish a better Sure, and at lesa
cost, than any other manufacturer in the United
State..
Second-hand SatVs of other makers, alao on hand.
We respectfully invite the pnbllo to call and exam
ine onr stock before purchasing elsewhere.
. . HALL, CARROLL A CO.,
amU-yt No. 15 and 17 Eaut Columbia street.
Wi B. D0DD8,
ronnerlyofHU,Dod(lAOo.IM Urban, DoddsACo.
W. 15. Uodds & Co.,
aiotaotubii or TBI
Fire and Ilitrglar Proof
S jEL TP 33 S !
H. W. Corner of Vine Second Strccta.
This Ii the most reliable FIBK AND RURflLA
PROOF S A FK that lis mad In the United HI ale., and
I warranted perfectly free from damp. Can bnsnid
at lower prices, and Is of better workmanship than
oan b found elaewhere.
We have a large aseoTtment en hand, and art de
termined to sell at prices that cannot fall to please.
Old Sale
Taken In exohang. HOONI)-HANI SAFI8 el
Way on hand at extremely low price. via
J. T BUTLER'S
Excelsior Fluid luki.
Manufactory, 89 Vine Kt. U
WM. II. BALDWIN. ATTORNEY
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW and Master
Commissioner of the Superior and Common Pleas
Court. Bank Building, north weat corner of Main
nd Thlrd-itreet. u9
INSURANCE.
BY STATE ATTTHOEITY.
Incorporated 1819. CharterPcrpetual
HsTAcencv establishedln Cincinnati In 1 H'AS. an
tedatlng all preeeut local Insurance Companieeand
Agencies in the Insurance bustnee In this city. iiil
years ooui' ant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience, enterprise and llhemlfty, eepeclally com
mend the iETNA ftisurance Company to theravura
ble natronaxe of thla communltrstandlna solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living rkmeer o(
viuviiuwu uiiucrw riuji. ui x-.u.
Losses pnldlnt inrlnunil lurin faetPlT
Year, S J 56,054 !7. t -
Cash OapitalSl,000,000.
(ABSOLUTK AND UNIMPAIRED.) WITH A
SUKPIiUS OF 1, 030,443 SO.
And the prestige of 40 years success and exfeaienoe,
INVrSTKIMTB OF
Over $100,000 fa Ohio Securities.
IPWARDS OF Slti,OUO,000, 1.08SK8
Have been paid by the iEtt a Insurance Company In
thenfiatdO veArs. '
Fir anrl Inland Mnvlantlon. Risks acoeptod
at terms oonsistent with solvency and fair pro&le,
Especial attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Content, for terms of I to 6y s.
Application made to any duly nthorlced Agent
fwoniptly attended to. By strict Attention to a logit
mate lusuranco Lnslupss, this Company is enabled
to offer both Indemnity for the pant and security for
the future, P Holes leaned without delay by
JAS. il.OA iTUR, Agent, No. sOMalu street,
A. F. l'ATO . i. Assistant Agent.
H. K. LIND XY, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.J.H00K1 i, Agent. Fulton. 17th Ward. u6
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
New InsurancG Agency
Of Old Ealnbllahed '
aVVEJ jr, Affcni
No. 4 Public Landing,
CINCINNATI, 0.
CONWAY INSURANCE CO.,1
of Conway , Mas.
LAFAYETTE INS., CO., 1
of Brooklyn, N. Y.
HAMPDEN INS. CO., . 1
of Springfield, Mass. J
Cnsh Assets,
Onsh Assets,
S17.I,000.
. Onsh Asaets,
$130,000.
BOARD OF CINCINNATI REFERENCE:
Hinkle, Guild A Co., R. A. Holdnn A Co..
Wilson k Hayden, Oooilmnn A Vornholz
Htadler A Bro N. W. Thomas A Co.,
Latimer, Colburn ALuptoii) James Calhouu, Ku.,
Kimble A Weed. .
Risks token on tho most favorable terms consistent
with solvency.
Losses honorably adjnstcd, aud promptly paid in
Cincinnati,
(Late Assistant Sec'y Firemen's Ins. Co.)
. noKami .
WKSTEBN INSUB1NCE COMPANY
OV CIBJC1NN VTI.
OFFICE IN TUB SECOND STORY Oi"
No. 2 Front-street, between Main and Sycamore.
This Company is taking Fire, Inland aud Marine
Bisks at current rata- of premium.
Losses fairly adjusted and promptly paid.
DIRECTORS:
T r Kckcrt, F Hall,
8 W Pouinroy,
11IIH1U UIUUU, rr j ,r , lirr,
Robert Mitchell, W H Oomstock,
w u niann.
L Q E Stone,
Geo Stall,
J H Tea fi e,
J d Isliani,
xiout uucounan, u u onaw,
Wm Sellew, Setb Evaus,
David Gibson, H Brachman,
H Clearwater. Thos It Elliott.
T. F. EOKERT, Trosldeut.
STr.rHKN M0R8B, Secretary. nog
Fire and Marino Insurance.
t'iIzJus, lusurance iompauy,
. OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
DIRECTORS:
William Wood, Isaac. 0, Uopelon,
JameB F. Cunulngharn, Sydney S. Clark,
Andrew Erkonbrecher, Joseph Reakirt,
Geo. W. BiBhop, Wm. Fisher,
George R. Dixon.
ISAAC C. UOPELEN, President.
Geo. W. OopxLt.i, Secretary.
A. M. ROSS, Surveyur,
Is prepared to Issue Policies on Fire and Marlue
Bisks, on favorable term. Office No. 3 Wist Third
street. Trust Co. Buildlug. uoSbfni
National Insurance Co.,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
(Office South-west Oor. Main and Front-streets.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
fire Bisks
TAKEN AT CTRltKNT KATK9.
DIRECTORS:
John Burgoyue, K M Smith, . Il"t vrt lloorn,
Wm Hepworth, Ohaa L Moore, . M Forhhelmer,
FXWIedemer, Thos One, 8 W Smith, .
J L Boss. Thos R fiiggn, Henry Ellis.
H. 0. CRNElt, Bso'y, JNO. BUBGOKNE.l'ios.
noBbfm P. A. Spuiumn, Surveyor, '
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISH no IN 1820.
CAPITAL $150,000. '
OPFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
BORRS against Loss and Damage by Fire; alio:
Peril of the Sea and Inland Navigation,
DIRECTORS: . v
Jno.WHartwoll, Alien Collier, William Reor.
John W Ellis, Jamus Lueton, Chas.W Rowland,
John W Dudley, James A Frazer, J W Canfleld,
D T Woodrow, BMW Taylor, A 8 Winslow,
0 S Williams, H MuBlrney, Bowman C Baker.
JOHN W. HARTWELL, President,
0. W. Willi hs, Becrotary. neS
ij-jo 'diui
a)sod tmM notB3tdd uo inss sjino4f)i
Hoejji-Kiqrantoo pa voj-tuo uoa "a 'ij
"00 2? H3BIVH Al ,A
sjjijon pus seugHuw npoj '-or 'U fto
l',l)0u,iiti -.jeajvd .iiuiji -miiiJ.uj iuui -BJHlf
uiu jepun pun jeddu q)oq rpuos jmra) 'uoruuiji jt
mn okohis ni ia inj 'razig n V
sum poo,I pus moo ;
SuiH"H P urpuJ3 8HBj.toa
ROOFIIVG!
THE "OUTCALT ELASTIC ME-'
TALLIC ROOFING" I offered to the public i
.. !.- I.I -n .h,.M,l Unl.l nMt It-'
merit tested by an experience of years In this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
buildings. No solder used faatened 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 ono with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
CALDWELL 4 CO,
jTln-tf 133 West Second street.
11ATENT MACHINE-MADE PAPER
BAGS, for Grocers, Druggist. Tea Dealers and
other, made from extra Quality of Wrapping, Ala.
nilla and White Tea Paper. . ...
200,000 No- 1 Wrapping and Manilla;
300,000 No. i "' .
2i,oK)No. 3 '" .
2011,0110 No. 4 " "
2II,0IX) No. ' '
" I0,0II0 No. " '
2(10,000 No. 10
2u,oiiO No. 12 '
200,000 No.U '
200,000 No, 18 . . '
2ISI.0OO No. 20
200,000 No. 2i ' . .,.
aMt,oiioNo. 1 White Tea Bag; :
SHO.OOO No. 2 . ,
2U0,000No. 3 "' . ,
The above are put up In pnekagos of mm bag nnh.
We are manufacturing from sixty to leveuty-Uve
thousand Bag per day -.
NIXON ft CnATFIILD, t !
Paper Bag Manufacturer, ..
And Wholesale Paper Dealers, ,
oc2 77 and Walnuttreet.
FLOWEES
Feathers and Winter Millinery, ;
Of every description, which lam Mlliug at annl
advance en New York prices, wholesale and retail,
. T. WEBB, Jr.,
uoi Hi Fifth -i tree t, bt, Race and Elm,'
OWEN OWENJS. JR.. AGENT
RAILROADS.
RAILROADS. Change of Time-November 14, 1859.
CHICAGO,
Great Western and North-Western
LINE.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LING
RAILROADS.
The Hhorlest Route ' between Vinolnnatl
aud t'hlono.
Three PassengerTralnsleaveCluolnnalldally, frosu
the foot of Milland Front streets.
ii3l A. RI. Chicago Hail arrives at Indianapolis
at 12:111 P. 11., Chicago at I0;3l 1'. M. This train
connects with all night traiu out of Chicago lor
Iba West and North-west; connects at Iudianapo.
II oitli train fur Terra Haute; also with Peru
trains for lern, Logausport, Fort Wayne and To.
lc-do.
l'ii'15 P. M . Terre Hante and Layrayette Ao
eomuiouatlon arrives at Indianapolis at 6:1ft P. HI.,
making direct connection at Indinnapolia with La.
tayette trains for Decatur, Springfield, Maples, yulu
cy, Hannibal and St. Joseph.
7 P. M. Chicago KxpiMs arrive at Indianapolis
at 12:15 A. M making cleee connections at Chicago
with a I morning trains out of Chicago.
Sleeping car are attached to all tne night trains
on this line,' and rnn through to Chicago without
chads of cars.
Tlitals exclusively a Western and North-western
route, aud with favnrable and reliablearrangementa
with all oounentii( roada throughout tho entire
West, guarantee unusual care aud I ke amplest ac
oommodations to the patron ot this line.
The Company's exclusive Telegraph Line la used
When neccsrary, to govern tho movement of trains,
and Loughridge s celebrated Patent Brakes, are at
tached to all passenger train, by which they can be
perfootly cvutrollud; besides ail tho oilier modem Im
provements noceasnry for the comfort and safety ot
paescngora, the managers of this road have liberally
providod,
Smoking-cnrt On this lino.
sr He sure yon are in the tight ticket office before
tou purchase your tickets, and ask for tickets via
iswrenceburgand Indianapolis.
Fare the sain as. by any other route, Baggaga
oheckod through. . "
TIlltOUOH TICKETS, goo J until used, oan be ob.
talned at the ticket office, at Spencer House Corner
north-west corner Broadway aud Front; No. 1 Bur
net House Corner; at the Wl mil-street Hons, and
at Depot office, loot of 31 111, on Front street, wbata
allnecossary Inft rmntlon may be had.
OmullMiios mi, to and frni each train, and will
call tor rassengor at all holi Ij and all purl ol tho
city, bj -leaving address at elt t ir oflloe.
, . W, H. L. NOBLE,
55.H, ' Oeaeral Ticket Agent..
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
RAILROAD
SIX DAILY TRAINS LEAVE TI1B
Sixth-street Dopot.
Train run through to Clovolnnd 8ardnsky, To.
lodoand ludiauapoli without change cl ears.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North.
n and North-western cities.
A. III. KXPKKHS TRAtN For Hamilton,
Riclimoiiil.Inrtianapoll., Lafayette, Chicago, and all
Western Cltlos. Connects at Riohniond with U. and
C. Road for Logansport; also connect at Hamilton
for Oxford, 4o.
i0 A. ill. TIl.MN-For Dayton, Sprincfieiil,
Sandusky, Toledo aud Chicago. 'Ill Is train make
clone connections with all trains leaving Chicago Ilia
eauie evening. Also connects at UnnAit fob Co
lumbfs; at IlullefoutHlmiwith B. and 1. It. R., East
and West: at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
Chicago Railroad East and West: at Clyde with,
Cleveland and Toledo Railroad trains for Cleveland,
aud Detroit; at Dayton lor Greenville, Union, Win
chester and Hiunole,
10 A. M. EXPRESS Tit AIN-Fur Cleveland
via Delaware for Dunkirk, iiullalo, Boston, New
York, and all Eastern citios. AlsocoiinectaatCiesU
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and all
Eastern cities.
3i4U P. ML TRAIN For Hamilton, Richmond,
Indiunapolis, Term Haute and Saint Louis; con-
upiiu, in nauillioil lor uxioru, att.
6iStlx. ll. TttAIN For Day ion, Springfield.
Bellclontiilno, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, and
allpolnts in Ciuinda. ConiKctsat Bellel'ontaiuewitU
B. and I. R. It., East and West.
, U:UO P. IH. U.YIMtKvM THAIN-KorOleve.
laud via Doluwure lor Dunkirk, iiullalo, Boston,
New York, and all Eastern cities. Also, connects at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and all Eastern cities.
"The night Express Trnln leaving Cincinnati at
ll:IW) P.M.,leaveHdaily ejcupr SATi'BDiH. All other
trains leave dally kxoKPT SuanAi's;
For further information tout Ticket, apply at th
Ticket offices -north-east corner Front and Broad
way; No. K.9 Wiilnut-streot, near Gibson House; at
the new Ticket Office, on (lie west side of Vine-street,
lMtMnlPfl.laMM.nd B.rnw Hotmef.ttn. WiBV.t-
street House, or at the Sixth -street Depot.
noU D. HI ) LA BEN, Superintendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three,, Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trsius.
flIRST 1RAI, DAY EXPRESS AT 19
7, A. M connect via Columbus and Cleveland;
via Columbus, Slonbenvllle and Pittsburg; via
Oolumbu, OreHtline and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus aud Bollair (Wheolinf). Also, lor Springfield.
This trnln sic pa between Cinolnuati and Columbus,
at all the principal etatious.
FtEt'OM) THAIM-Columbiis Aorommodatlon
atiidli t, id. Tills train stops at all stations be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, aud Cincinnati and
Springfield.
TUIltll TRAIN Night Express at ItiiJO P.
111., connects via Columbns and Bellain Wheeling)!
via Oolunibus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Oolnm
bus Sleubenvilleaud Pittsburg; via Columbns nnd
Cleveland.
Thi Trnln slops at Loveland, Morrow. Xnnla
ami London. BLEBPINIJCARS ON THIS TRAIN.
t"Tlie Day Express runs throngh f" Clovelaud,
Wheeling and I'lttaburK. via Steubenville. without
ohaoge f cars.
The N10UT BXPRKSS Train leaving Cincinnati
at IliUIIP. M., runs dally, except SATURDAYS.
The other Train run daily, excopt SUNDAVH,
For all Information, and fhrongh Tickets to P"S
ton, New York, Pbiludelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittshnrg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
apply at the Offices, walnut Street House, No. 4 Bur
pet House, south-east onrnor ot Broadway and Front
streets, and at the Eastern Depot.
Train rnn by Oolumbu time, which is seven loin
nte faster than Cincinnati timo,
J. DURAND. Bnp't.
Omnlbnsesrjallforsasseugers by leaving directions
at the Ticket Office. . noli
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THROUGH WITHOUT OHANQB OF OARS.
' Two Dally Trains lor Vlnccnnes, Cairo and Si.
Louis, at 7:20 A. M., and 7:30 P. M.
Three Dally Train for Louisville, at 7:20 A. II..
I:m P. M., and 7:30 P. JI. J
One Train for Evanevilln at 7:30 P. M.
The Trains connect at St. Lonis for all points lu
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Quincy and Keo
kuk; at Bt. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Yicktburg,
Natchez nnd Mow Orkwus.
One Through Train on Sunday at 7:39 P. M.
Rrtcbmimo Fust Line Leaves -East St. Louis,
Sundays excepted, at tMO A. tl arriving at Clncln.
DAti at 10:15 P. M.
BxrBKS T sain Leaves East St. Louis dally at 1:( 0
P. M arriving at Cincinnati at 8:23 A.M.
FOIt THROUGH TICKETS
To all point West ai.d South, clcano apply at the
offices, Walnnt-stree 1 Honse, between Sixth and
Seventh-streets, Mo. 1 Burnet House, corner office,
Sorth -west corner of Front and Broadway, Spenrer
.oiise Office, aud at the Depot, corner Front anil IM ill
streets. W. H. OLEW EN T, Gen'l. Superintendent.
Omnlbnse call for passengers. ocUll
Cincinnati, Richmond &
mm
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
"XVaVpt..
. i . OHIOAQO,
LOOANSPOBT,
TWO DAILY THRO U8HTBAIN8 leaveSUth street
Depot, at A. M. and (:30 P. M. '
f A.M. INDIAN AP0L18, 81'. LOUIS A CHIC A.
06 FA8TXPRES8.-Throi;gfldirt,ia
connection for all other Western and North-western
point. Thi Train also conneotsat Kiohmond with
Cinolnuati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Kokn.
nojJganaport, yd all points on Wabash Vall.i
1:10 P." M.'-INDIAIJAPOLIS, CHIOAOO 8T,
LOUIS NIUHT RAPRESS.-Th above Trains mak,
elose connections at Indianapolis, Lat.yetteand Chi.
oago, with Trains for Terre Haute, Springfield, Rook
Island, Qalnsbnrg, Kenosha, La Orosae, Jacksonville,
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, klattuon, Narln.
Galena, ilnincy, Prairie dn Chlen, Pana. Pentia,
Dnnleith, Racine, Decatur, Eloon.lngtou, Jollet, La
Halle, St. Pan), and ail towns and cities In th North
West.
arThrongh Ticket given and Baggage checked
U'rongh. - -. i :
iifor further Information and Throngh Tlekets.ap.
pi)' to Ticket OOicce, nortb-oast corner ot Front and
Broadway;, No. His Walnut street, near Fourth; at
outh-eaal corner of Fourth and Vine street, or at
the Sixth-street Depot. ;
D, el. MORROW, Upc-'otendent.
-Omnlbnse will call for pas sen in ny leuviug their
name at either of the Ticket Off
i'
,ee.
Uo W.B. BAllTU, Agent,

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