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... DECKMBKR. 1
THE POWER OF SONG.
BY FREDERICK SCHILLER.
A rain-flood from ttie Mountain riven.
It leaps lu thunder forth to-day;
Before us rash the crags aro driven,
Tho oaks uprooted whlrl'd twiv!
Awed yot in awe atl wildly gladd'uiog,
Thu startled wanderer halts below:
He hears the rook-born waters madd'nlng,
Nc.r wits the source from whence they go
Mo, from their high, mysterious Founta, alone,
-itreain on the silenced world the Wafts of Song!
Knit with ibe thread! of Ufa, forever.
fly thnae dread Powora that wears the woof
W linse art the singer's spell can sever?
Whose brewit has mail to nia.ic proof?
Lo. to ttie Bard, a waud jf wonder
The Herald of (ho Gods baa given;
He sinks the noli! tlia death-real under,
Ur lilts it breathless up to heaven
linlf sport, half earned, rocking ita devotion
I pju the tiemuloua ladder of emotion,
liven aa a child, that, after pining
For the sweat absent mother bears
Dor voiceand, ronnd her neck entwining
Young arms, voutaall ble soul lu tears
Ho, by harah Custom lar estranged.
Aluiig tlioglaiUnd guileless track,
'lo childln'oii s happy home unchanged,
'I' he swilt sons watte the wanderer back
SmU-h'il from the cold and formal world, and presiod
II) tbe Great Mother to her glowing broastt
[From the December Number of the Knickerbocker.]
"Be Emphatic Jones—Touch 'Em on
All paportt, 'Republican,' 'Demoora.,'
'American,' 'Whig,' 'Conservative,' ull
are full of 'Nigger,' aa we write in latu
October 'Old John Brown,' 'Cooke,'
'Xkioer' 'Xiooeb, 'Cooke,' 'Old John
I!row.v;' those are tbo changes which aro
run;; in all the journals of the day, East,
West, iNortli, and South. There is no
liolitical 'offense' iu the sketch; and the
Kcpublicans themselves, we venture to
nay, will laugh at it as heartily as their
opponents. V"o 'clip,' horoan thore, but
with no detriment to tho story. Monott'
wan a jonrnoynian-iriiiter, upon 'The
I Senilis,' a Republican newspaper, nom
inally edited by a popular and able law
yer, who, however, could not do his duty
to his clients and tho paper too: cither
his briefs or his editorials must come
Itimely off: and the paper suffered ia con
h:mioiico. The proprietor, who, although
a good manager and a practical man,
know nothing at all about editing: he
wouldn't trust himself to select a para
graph, from another paper or accept for
publication any thing which did not ema
nate from tho pon of the editor. And
now behold ho was in trouble. Tho
neglect of the ostensible editor wh
jrreatly reducing tho subscription-list.
That worthy was out of town, engaged in
.in important law-suit and the proprietor,
being in despair, hastens after him.
Ho loft the city hurriedly in search of
his oditor, but was himself dolayod a day
beyond his appointed time to roturn. In
this state of iiDoIm there was but one
curse to pursue Jones was the 'clover
ii.'llow' of tho establishment; and lie was
instructed to 'get out' tho issuo of 'Tho
I Jenius,' during the temporary absoneo of
both editor and owner. The following is
mi exact copy of the 'letter of instruc
tion' received from tho absent proprietor,
together with the poHtcript by the regular
the Raw." Poseyville, Oct. 2, 1859.
" I 'ear .lonos: Can't como homo till morn
ing, Jot out host papor you can, Write
-'hort articles, and stir up tho party for
not j'iving thoir more assistance.
"P. 8. By tho Editor 'lie emphatic,
.bines! touch 'em on tho raw!"
"H. E." "A. J. L."
"The Gonius" was a Republican paper,
of tbe broadest "stripe." and that Jones
did nut exactly like, "nor never did;" for
he was a strong Domocrat, and had on
scvoral occasions reasoned with the
publisher upon tho propriety and policy of
changing tho politics of the paper. No
proposition of this sort, however, oould be
entertained. "The Genius" owed its
esistunco to tho Kcpublican party. Its
politics was its lifo-blood. Neverthelesn,
a very great privilege was here extended
to .loues. Ho was instructed to "stir'ein
up," to be "emphatic," and to "touch 'em
ou tho raw:" ho had "full powers,"
"At length 'tho deed was done:" the
next "Genius" appeared with the following
"The Niggfr. We admire him. We
like hiin. We lovo him. We go iu for
him. We have but one idea, and that i.
jigger. We have but ono dream, an I
that is ditto. We preach from but ono
text, and that is ditto. We sing but one
mug, and that is ditto. We play but one
time, and that is ditto. Wo go our full
length on Nigger. Wc nrc all
ever ditto. Wc arc ditto in the morning.
Wo are ditto at noon. We are ditto at
night. Wc aro ditto all the time. Wo
live on ditto. Wo sleep on ditto. AVe'll
'lis on ditto. And yot, would you believe
it, reader, "Tho Gonius don't pay I"
While tho writer of this stirring edito
rial wits enjoying, next morning, a pleas
ing revcrio at his succoss in editing, the
l!icc-door was thrown violently open by
tlm exaspevated proprietor:
-"Yon infernal flcoundrel!" ho fuirly
roared, rushing toward Jones; but before
bo could linish his sentence, tho latter had
liiitdo his escape Tho editor, however,
arrived just in time to catch liimknt the
"J-o-y-r.-s!" ho shouted, at tho same
time slinking a copy of the paper in his
fnoo: "Look hero! What Iiitvo you dono?"
"I reckon 1 have 'touched 'cm on tho
raw," said tho bewildcrod Jones.
Ity this time tho proprietor, boiling
over with rage, had joined the equally ex
"You have killed thopaper!" exclaimed
"You have ruined me!" followed tho
"How did you como to writo such a
fiivitgo articlo?" askod the proprietor.
"To 'stir 'em up a littlol mildly an
"The thing is outrageous!" said the
"It is a little emphatic," replied Jones.
At this point there wan a lively time,
",'iisnqucnt upon a rush of Republicans
is i id Democrats to tho office of 'The Go
ni"..' The former wore full of indigna
tion, and stamped and raved; the Demo
i iiiIh, on tho contrary, were jubilant.
I.iich carried a copy of the paper con
taining Jones, fatal editorial; lauded it to
tbeskics, and promised all sorts of as
t i-t nice. Tho old friends of the paper
.-were eternal enmity, and commenced
tiirir miMlughtby ordering thoir adver.
;'i ciMcnls out and thoir names erased
U..III the subscription-book, At length,
.,-!(. t ibe greatest din and confusion, the
'iv '111.11-' editor was permitted to oxnlain,
l. ti.ll the whnlc titory; disavowed the
, rtithovKhip of the obnoxious editorial;
" t indemnod tho sontimcnts thorein et
"pvxed; promised to make ample apolo :y
rf a succeeding issue; and assured tic
i ,:r .us of 'The Genius' that he.wouldgive
up the pratice of the law, lay Black
stonr on the shelf nud remain perma
nently at his : post Accordingly, tho
next day tbe matter was stjt right Poor
Jones caino in for some heavy shots for tho
trouble ho had caused; and what was
still worse, nothing but his romoval from
the concern would Miitisfy tho outraged
"Genius's patrons." Tho Democrats of
the town, however, came to Jones' rescue.
They started a paper of their own; made
Junes their 'regular' editor, aud to this
day his business with his opponents is, to
"stir 'em up, and 'touch' em on the raw!"
The Abominations of Men's Beards,
Shawls and women's Hoops.
A correspondent of the Dayton reli
gious Telescope, the organ of tho United
Brethren Church, is mnch exercised at
the prevalence of some of the fashionB of
tho present day. In regard to weariug
the beard, after attempting to refute all
tho arguments urged in favor of the tol
erance of that appendago, he says:
To my mind, it savors of barbarism
and a luck of civilization. To see minis
ters of tho gospel ait, in time of worship,
and tug and pull at their beards liko a
Yankeo maid milkiog a goat, is perfectly
ridiculous, and incompatible with thoir
Sliawl wearing is thus disposed of:
The samo evil occurs in ministers of
tho gospel wearing shawls; and tho reader
will suffer mo to remind him that theso
vulgar fashions, as a general thing, take
their, origin in and about houses of ill
fame. Hence the bluck-log wears a shawl,
next boinos the merchant, (for it is to his
interest to soil them.) Next comes the
lawyer and the doctor, and last, tho min
ister comes pacing up in tho rear, crying,
hark! gentlemen, of tho shawl tribo, bo
ye not coforrucd to the world, but rathor
reprove tho world; 1, therefore, admonish
you under tho penalty of my calling, that
you como out from the world, and bo sepa
rate; that ho partake not of her plagues.
When lo! the cry comes back like an av
alanche: l'hysician, lioal thysolf, tho
power of reproof falls to tho grouud, mid
tho poor, world-conformed preachor be
comes a more cypher in tho Christian
Kxpandcd skirts, however, are the
main object of the writor,s abliorcnce.
He goes on to say :
Tho like disastrous effect is produced
in the church, where minister's wives and
their daughters urc fouud in the vulgar
fashion of wearing hoops, in common with
many others, both iu the church and in
tho world. Iu my late travels 1 found a
large class of professors laboring under a
very serious difliculty, growing out of this
matter. The minister who bad labored
for thorn was a ycry prominent man, and
ono who had faithfully preached against
prido in ull ita forms, yet, after all, suffered
his own daughters to indulge in wearing
hoops: and, on being told it was offensive
to many of tho members in the church, ho
still failed to rulo his family, and tho
result was, they withhold a part of his
salary, thereby producing a breach that
may possible uevcr bo closed up. This,
und other cusos of a siraalar character,
induces mo to write this article. 1 cannot
see how ministers, und especially orduinod
ministers, can suffer suoh things in their
fumilics; when their ordination was ob
tained, in part, upon thc followiug declara
tion of the apostle: "One that ructh well
his own house, hiving his childron in
subjection with all gravity: (for if a man
know not how to rule his own house, how
shall ho tako charge of tho church of
God?") And why should not thoir not
having their families in subjeotion to tho
gospol of Christ now causo tho world to
look upon them as boiug unworthy of that
office? Aud I would not shod many tears
lo have general conference mako the rule
work both ways.
'A Drunken Dialogue About Kai.v.
Two drunken fellows were walking along
in tho rain. The drunker of the two
"Dick (hie) dues er rain?'1
"In corso it rains," said Dick.
Tho answer was apparently satisfac
tory, und tboy proceeded soveral rods
further, when the question was again
propounded bv tho anxious searcher after
truth under difficulties:
"Dick, 1 sayD (hie), toll mo, doca-er
"Johnny," snid Dick, solemnly, "I'm
afraid yer drunk; in corso its rainin'. "
In a few minutes Johnny was again
troubled with doubts, and sought to solve
''Oick, Beoms-erme (hie) ser-going (hie)
Dick, exaspcratod "Johnny, yor a fool.
Don't yer soo its rainiu'. (Wt.yer toll
its rainin,' Johnny?"
Johnny "cuso mo, D (hie). I ain't
much acquainted in this town (hie)!"
A Sav-xotiuxo Oration. This is
not a bad satire upon the speeches of many
would-bo orators who excel in talking
much and saying nothing: "Esteemed
Fellow-Citizens : After much retloction,
consideration and examination, 1 havo
calmly, dilibevatcly and carelully como to
tho determined conclusion that, in cities
where the population is very large, tbcro
aro a greater nuinbor ot men, woman ami
children than in cities whero the popula
islcss. And I lirmly behove that thero
is not a man, woman or child in all this
vast assembly that has reached the ngeof
fifty or upward, but has felt this mighty
truth rolling through his breast for ccn-turios."
A Celtic Valentine. Oh, I'addy!
awatc Tuddy! if J was yo'rc daddy I'd
kill yo with kisses entirely; if I wnaye'ro
brother an' likewise ye're muthcr, I'd boo
that ye went t bed early. To feci yo'rc
8wiit breath, 1 would starve me to death,
ami lay oil' ray hoops altogether: to jooHt
have a taste of yc'ro arm on my waste, I'd
laugh at tho meanest of wfcutlicr. Pear
Faddy, bo mine, my own valentine yo'll
Hnd me both "entlo and civil: our lifo wo
will spend toon cligentend, andenro may
2o dance witn ttio aivii.
B65"It 13 better to lovo a jicruon you
cannot marry, than marry a person you
cannot lovo, This is a short text for a
long sormon, whioh human experience
will continue to preach "until tho lnnt
cyliftbUi ol recorded time.
HAKUISOX & COLLINS'
(llJSTUAIi l'.KK HIVE UALLERY, eor
J ner of Fifth and Woteru.ri'. I'hot' drapha,
Melninoivrje and Aiiibrotruos tnkon rbeaEHT than
elaewiipro in the city, llfl C'dored .'holographs
malonf all l.e from life to th annJleat minfaturo.
Pictures tieiiilyhet in lockets, Uteiit-pii.a, Finger
rln mil Diaivb-H. All work warr mM.
uolO -y A. B. 1IL00.1, ArtiM.
THE OYSTER TRADE.
Cr) Spiced Oyster.
fJIHE SUBSCRIBER 18 IOvV RECEIV.
JL I NO) DAILY, by the Adama Ciprau, MALT.
BY'S world-renovued Baltimore
Fresh Can, Keg and Shell Oysters,
rraah, BaimotlcaUr-tealed OOTB, HPIOKD
PICK LEW OYSTKKS.
ROBERT OUR, Agent
PMf Ilepnt. 11 WmI rifth-atreot
Oyster Importing House.
NO. til WEST FIFTH-STREET.
HPHE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RKOEIV
Jl 1N0 dally, per Uxpreaa. hlesDlimdid Orawra.
llavlri comnlutedarraiKtementa in llaltimore, on
theinoet exfenelve acale, I will at all tlmea dorlua
the Bt'iuion ho prepared to ftirniah my frienda, "anil
tho rout of mankind," with tho inoat DELICIOUS
HI VALVES Import,! to the Queen City. None bul
the Tory beat Imported. Ureat iuducauionta ollerod
at this Impoitluii-biHHe.
vrtior eioiimeu anu rinimiy mimi. icrmi chq.
PKTKlt CA VAUNA.
Hole Importer and Proprietor.
TODD'S OLD STAND,
NO. 50 SIXTH-STREET. I AM RECEIV
1 NO dally, BETn'S Celebrated MAMMOTH
OY8TKII8 which I nnt eellinn at unprecedented
low prices by cano or do7.u. liialoi s and Viuuiliua
wanting a very largo, fresh Oyetor, will pleaao eeud
thoir orders. Attached to tills establishment is a
nice, quiet, rospootalila Saloon, wheroyou can have
Ol'stets Cooked in every alyle, and aorved up In a
clea land siipuriormauncr. Cnargo 'ens than at any
other placo. loclDI -IOUN NA1BN.
THOS. SMITH'S i
SUPERIOR OLD PLANTATION
Depot, !)'! Sycaiiiorc-atrecti opposite the
- R. C. BOOKING, Agent.
AliiSO -Droned Hell ulnl C.iiino; lioBh und "Wet
Duller, Ac, .li liveredat ull hours, free of chaw.
X3T TSTors. "Wa-nt
Hue, Kat, Fresh Ovstkrh,
tun Bntmms, ot his Wholcmilft nml KcUil Oy-
I. r U
253 253 233
mill! Fifth iluor above Mixlli, weal Bide,
j. FAUltOW & SON'S
CELEBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
received daily ty the Adams Ex- fes,
!lB ,.UIll.OU7, 1,1 WHUIUHII'I UllltLKU..
All Oystora itold warranted fresh and uf
tlio very beet anuUly. .1. II. OW1NOS,
AKotit, No. il Klfth-etieet, bet. Alain
mi, I t, ftuiiii bii uuifl,
N, U.-Tho trado suiplkd on tho most liberal
13 , l. I3LIAS
i New WholeBale
W1T61I & JEWELRY
16 West Fourth Street,
Wneto cu be had every article appertaining to th
nslii.-is e,t a much lea iirlee, for CAail, than
liaa evur beloro been ollerod lu this market.
GHVK US A CALL"
VVM. WH I TAKER
a KW BLEU,
Uo, U. K. Our. Firth nnd loSge (troetu, lietwe
Walnut anil Vino, Uluclnnnti.
A good HSPOrtniuiilnl SI LVilB and PLATED WAIll.
Bi'KU'l.VI.'LS, eli'., kept constantly ou hand,
filarial attention given to Cleaning aud Uepairinn
Wi.tchwi aud Jwiilty. mlu
MCCiON & DIITU, Nii.C West Uh St.
ft RE EOW RECEIVIHa ADDITIONS TO
.iT-L. thoir largo assortment of Watches, Jewelry,
A due assortment of Plated Toa K-U and Outlet1
ad Opera UIashh. 34
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
EOPKCIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
TliK SKIN, 11HKUMAT1SM, DISEASK8 OF
WOMEN, and such Chronic complaints as maybe
bonofltted by the llygyonlc and Atmopnthlo syaUini
of bla oflico.
Vnpor, Birlphnr, Iodine, Arsenic, llorcury, Tur
kish, ItittKlnn and Klcctro-CUouilcul liaths, a Dli
pou-ai? of Modldno, und every uauuor of Klectrlc
and M agiietlc Apparatus.
0. .17 WliST S IS V KN TH -S T I-EET.
oareiHeo hnra A. M. to 5 anl.-tft
f.H, ivEvrroN, rti. h.
OfBco. I'D Went Seventh Street,
laTWRIlt Vim ARO 1A0H.
O. E. NEWTON. M. D.
Orrtnii N. !HI Wert Siivcnth etroet, Iretwoen Vlns
ind lla:'i. HentnriNiif; No. hi bevcnlh atrtt, he
wh'h Walnut and Vine. Orrini llouits 7. to B!i
A, ' : ij !' M.: 7 in l. 111.
WM. M. HUNTER,
I E NTIST,
n.is 3ilU Vlnr-ntrfi't.
. tHuccessor lo Knowlton Jt Tatt.)
No. 51)V't Fourth Nr., bet. VViilnot Ac Viue
X3i. ir. oxjia.mx3:,
(Bncoosaor lo Mviu Ado,)
Maunfvcturert und Wholesale DcaNn
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
0 MAIM STREET, CINCINNATI
Alnuufacttirerand Whohaalo Dealer In
Hauia, FcrfuiuoiT, Fnticr Gooila, oVo.,
No. 378 MAIN-STREET,
UKTWKKN SIXTH AK1 BKVKNTII,
TV JOBBERS BY CALLING AND
I'll a ! examining my Ptock will And that I
mil aellinn lower lliau any other house in tbe eity,
I noli 1
" Boc k Binding
I N ALL ITS nilANCIIKB, NO. 8 SAST
I roiiilli-lre't,htw'U WalnandHfviinio,t)ln.
-P"lle-bimllu In overr stylo. Mini', Hooka neat
If aud durably bound. V. 'JUOFFKU.
IillUNKMS TSPK AND STKREOTYPB
' FMCrni ltV, It. AI.MttON, HupsrintaBdsnf.-r.l-tf-2M2..rlalsoUl
ii;'.i. 16s Vn.e..irMl.
The Latest Improvement
BROWN'S 8HUTTIiJ v
MANUFACTURED BY THE OHIO
Sewing Machine Com phot, si) West Fonrth-
-rwoi, VAp-vwiiy aunfivtMi itir raiunr r mm
Inn, Gaiter JTItttng and Tailor lug. Warranted to
give pertect sati.iactloo or the money retuinea. lo
not fall to examine before purchasing. Extra in
ducements offered to Agents.
L. BROWN, Agent,
no4-Atn 40 West t'onrlh-atreet.
LADD, WEBSTER oc CO.'S
80 West Fourth-stret,
Between Vina and Walnut-streets, UlnclnaatL
M" Send for a Circular. r 1
$30. $30. $30. $30.
6X0CBKD BT RECENT LITTEEB PATtHT.
Tlllb MACHINB HAS BEEN PKO
NOONCED by all eomvetent judges, mb
havo seen it, to be the beat and most dosirablt Fam
ily Sewlug Machine ever Introduced, reanrdleee
of prlre. It will sow all kinds of family goods,
from the very thickest to the very finest fabrics made,
and nans all Kinds of thread, from No. g to 2uO.
No oil Is used on tosof tho Machine).
Send for a oircular, or rail and see it in operation.
OpoDKarly application, State aud County Bights may
be secured. ,
AueBerxetlo personcan makes rortnneln a snort
time. AgenU wanted In all unsold ;"lto7.
Hcle andexolnslve agent for the United States,
arpUtrot S Weal fourth -atrnet. Clnnlnnatl.
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. D. DAY & CO.,
Mauufactttrors aud Dealers in
(BOTH HAND AND TOWEU,) '
Anil nil kinds ol Prlntlnat Illatrrlula, Not.
175 nml 177 Wcat Hoooinl-ati cet,
XiSPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
JC-I to our MEDAL JOUBKIt. Within the last
elghtoen months wo hnve introducvd thoin Into four
teen diffi-rentrjtatesof the Union, w ith tho greatest
ntlntactlon to tho parties piirchttniug. The power is
applied to Ibo muter of tin plateu; cunsi'iiueutly
thero is no pimlliility of its spiiuglng fioiu nny
amount of pressure. The motion is so transmitted
to It aa to rauaoa, dwell on tlm point of contact with
tho foniS, itiHiiriug A I'Kllt'UOT IMrBKiSSlON nt
ft high rato of speed,
Printers in want of tho BEST JODUKH should
not piirchiue elsewhorn without Kiving this an ex
nminatlon. They aro strong, duruble aud raphl, and
aro WA1UIANTK0 to givo the most entire ntls
f action. no3
MADAME ELLIS, M. D.lIAS FOUNP
at last lust what the Ladies havo long needed
aud looked for in vain, the Uterine Klixir.
The Uterine Klixir is warranted to euro all dis
eases of a Uterine Nut lire; Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovaries, and the I! rot bra.
Prolapsus or Falling of tho Womb, Painful Menstrn
atlon. Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; In fact, a por lot t cure
ia ituarruntcod by tho uae of from two to tivo bottles
of Ilia Klixir, of any dlaeasa wliutovor of the Goner
atl io aud Urinary Origans, of malo or female, oo
matter of how long standing, J'rico 81 per Bottle.
Madame ELLIS calls particular attention to the
following Card of one of the most prominent Drug
gists of Cincinnati,
"TOIUI PUBHOASD THK L4D1E8 IN PAnTJO-TAB.
We, the undersigned, aro not In the habit of giving
our name to Patent Medicines; but knowing well tbe
Laity Physician, and the medicine called the Uterine
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend It to all females
suffering from Female Diseases of any kind; it It
purely vegetablo, and in no case can do Injury; wi
say to all try. aud our word for lr, you will find re
liuf. F. D. H ILL, Druggist,
op7 "Corner of Fifth aud Kace-atreoti."
MADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH 8IMU
LATtNQ OOUQH AND LIVHR IIALSAM
oins, without fall, paius in the Breast, Back,
Side or Limbs: Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Difli
culty of Dreai liInK, Headache, flatulency, Heart
burn, C'broulo Itheumatlsm, Billliius Oholic,Oramr
Cbolic, Griping Palua of tlio Dowels, Dullness.
Stupor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, and In Fnlu
ful menstruation it is a certain cure, aud given
Immediate relief. In any of the abovo disease
It will givo relinf in twenty minutes, and a ponua
nent cure by the useof to bottles. Oulyoceut
per bottle-ao cheap that overy person can get It.
N. il.-For sale by F. D. II ILL, Druggist, corner
of Uacoand Fifth-streeta: J, 1. PAHK, corner ol
rourth and Walnut; SUI11E, liCKSTEIN ft 'M.
corner Vine nnd Fourth: JOHN DICKSoS, roruer
of John and Sixth; PAUL BKINLEIN, co'tior e!
Eighth aud Freeman. Also, HDWAIID SOANLAN
A CO., corner of Main nnd Fourth; and Madam
KLLIH, 141 West Sixth-street, sep27.ay
milB MOST RFXIABLEFIM BAND
JL UUKOLAU PROOF SAFES. They hnve given
more satisfaction thnn nny id her now in mo.
M eofleraroward of (K THOUSAND 1)01,.
LAKH to any rernoii that ran, up tothu present
tinie.aliowa single InHtnnco wheroln they have failed
to preserve their couteuls.
With this SAFE we challenge nil competition, as
being the boat. Flra Proof, Durglar l'roof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; nnd are willing to
test with nny establishment .in tho Un'on, and the
pnrtyfaillng first, to forfeit to tho other, tbe sum
Wo are prepared to furnish a better Bafe, and at less
coat, than any other manufacturer In tho United
Second-hand Safes of other makers, also on hand.
Wereipectfnlly invito tho public to call and extra
lue onr stock before purchatlng elsewhore.
HALL, CAUROLL ft 00.,
angl.;-7t Nob. I6 and 17 Eqt Coliiioblaslr"t,
W B. DODDS,
ronnerlfofHoll.DoddsAOo.iUte Urban, Dodds-tCo.
IV. II. Doddg & Co.,
tASurAOTi)au or tin . .
Tire .and JRiirglar Proof
t& 9l HT1 HX fiJ !
0. W. Corner of Vine Heoond Street.
This la the most reliable FIBB AND DUROIiA '
PUOOF SAKE that la made In the United Ntatns.and
la warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lowor prices, aud Is of better workmanship than
oan be found elsewhere.
We have a large aasortment on hand, and are de
termined to sell at prices that cannot fall to please.
Taken In exchange. 8E00ND-HAND HA 118 el
way I on hand at extrcmaly low prices. jjiyjt
J. J. BUTLER'8
I.irt'lt-ior Fluid liiku,
rHaiiufRCtorv, 39 Vine Ht. ti
17M. II. BALDWIN, ATTOBNEY
AKD COUNHKLLOll AT LAW ard Master
uommtaaioner oi tne oupenor aim common Plea,
Conrta. Hank Unililliig, north wi st corner of Mala
nil Third-streets. not
BY STATE; AUTHORITY.
Incorporated 181 9. Charter Perpetual
WTAgeni y established In Cincinnati In 1 ti8, an
tedating all present local Insurance Companies and
Agoucies in the Insurance bnalneaa In this city. 3.'1
yeara consent duty lierc, combined with wealth, ex
perience,, nterprise and liberality, especially com
mend the .ETNA Inanranoe Company lo thefavora.
ble patronage of this coniuiuulo standing solitary
and alone, tho sole snrvtvor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of l4t3.
Lrosae mid In Clni-lnnntl during runt Flvo
Yeare, ISII,014 J7.
Cash Capital 81.000,000.
lAl) SOLUTE AND UNIMPAIRBD.J WITH A
SURPLUS OK 1,03(,123 80.
And the preatlgo of 4ft yrarssnccesaando-vetiauee.
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OK 1 4,000,000, LOWHKH
Bare been paid by tho JKtua lnauranoe Couopauy In
the pant -1 0 years.
Fir and Inlnnil NavUmlon. Risks acoeptad
at terms consistent with solvency and fair profits.
Xspeolal attention given to lnauranoe of Dwellings
and Ooutenta, for terms of 1 to5y .
Application mads to any duly .othorlzed Agent
riromptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
mate Inaurance business, this Company la enabled
to oflor both Indetknlty for the past and security for
the future. P llolsa issued without delay by
JAS. H. OA .TKU, Agent, No. 10 -lain street,
A. If. PATO ..Assistant Agent.
H. K. IjIND KT, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.J. UOOlvl. I, Aout. Fulton. 17th Waid. kul
BY STATE AUTHOIUTY.
New Insurance Agency
Ol Old Entnbllalied
OWEIV OWENS, jr, Affcnt
. No. 4 Public Landing,
CONWAY INSURANCE CO.,1
ot conway, diiiss, ;
LAFAYKTTB INS., (10., 1
of Drooklyn, N. Y. J
DOARD OF CINCINNATI HEFEllENCE:
Hinkla,auild ACo K.A. Unldon ft Co,,
Wilson ft Muydcti, Oonilmiiii Voniliolis
Mndler ft ilro., N. W. Tboinasft Co.,
Latliuor, Colburu ft Lilpton, Jaiiios t'nlhouii, Kmi,,
Kimble ft Wevd,
It inks (nkeii on the most favuriibletoriitsconsiatent
Losses hononibly ailjiuloil, and promptly piild in
(Lnte Asslatnnt Sec'y Flrouion's Ins. Co.)
WE8TEBN INSURANCE COMPANY
Ol'FICK IN THE SECOND STOHY OP
No. 1 Front.atreol, between Main and Hycumoro.
This Couipauy is taking Fire, lnliind and Marine
ltisks at current rates f preiiiiiuu.
Losses fairly adjusted and promptly paid.
T V Kckort, V Bull, hi W Pouicroy,
Wllliiim (llenn, WCWhilchor, W C Mann.
Robert Mitchell, W 11 Uonmtock, LUE Stone,
KobtDuclianiin, C(i8lmw, (3eo Stall,
Wm Sellew, Heth 1-vaiis, J H Tsaile,
David GibHou, Jl Dracbinun, J Q Ishuui,
11 Clearwater, Thus It KUIMt.
T. V. liC'K KI1T, Presideul.
BTtniKH MoBhE, Bccrofairy. non
Fire and Marine insurance.
Wizens' lu.urauce t'oii)iauj,
OF CINCrNNATI, OHIO.
William Wood, Imiae V. Copoleii,
James F. Cunuincliaui, hydnuy H. Clark,
Andrew Erkeubiecher, Jo.ieph Koaklrt,
Oct. W. lii-liou, Win. Fisher,
Ocorgo It. Dixon.
ISAAC c. CUiJi;LEN,rieeidcut;
GEO. W, CopytEN, Scciotaiy.
A.M. UOSS, Surveyor.
Is prepared to ls.ua Pollclea on t iro and Marine
Kisks, ou Imrjl'uble tursis. UUice No. .1 Wi fit '1 liii d
street, TruatCo. biiiltliug. nOAbfni
National Insurance Co.,
(Of-tce South-west Uor. Malu aud Front streets.)
ilarino, Inland Transportation and
TAKEN AT CCBKENT 11ATKH.
fohn Uurgoyiie, K M Smith, Ilobert Muorc.
Wm llcpwortb, Clins L Moore, M Keehhclinei',
F X Wledcmcr, TnosCiiK, HW Smith,
I 1, Ross Tlios It fllggs, Henry Kills. .
H. 0. UltNJiB.Ssc'y. JNO. UUIlliUVNB.I'res,
uoSbfm 1'. A. BrttiuMN, Sui vcyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
KSTAHLISIIEO IN 182!).
Ol'FICK NO. 4 FltONT-BTKEJ-T. IN-BL'U-.t)nguiiint
Lossaud Damavohy Viro;also:
Perils of the Son nud Inland Navigation,
.Ino.wnnrlttoll, Allen Collier, William Kcsor.
John W Kills, JamanLuplon, Cbiis.W Rowland,
John W Dudley, James A . nlzer, J Cunllold,
0 T Woodtow, li fit W Taylor, A S Wlnslow,
QSWIUiams, II Mi:Ulrny, Bowman C Buker.
JOHN W. UAllf WELL, I'icsidcut,
(J. W. Wll,llAMK,Si;erotalv. nos
ii.od qiM nonoidilH uo ttios sjiinwj) jrm
19J).-iqrrno pun AiOl-a.oino 'jto)
,00 liajrtlVH 'JA 'IA
sasilTf Vv souian'j eiq.w,i 'np 'KdiiD(1
TloirHiilirifi 'imoymj -uoiji 'soutionr inniR -sjiiu
uiu -enun puu joddu moo, i'piion (mupmin.. r
soai bkouis ni da aaj 'sazig 11 V
rmr. OUTCAI.T ELASTIC HO
X TALL1C UOOFINO" la ollerod to tho publio
as the boat and cheapest Metal Hoof now nspil, Its
toerits tested by nn experience of years In this city
ml vicinity. Applied to Mat or steep, old or new
buildings, No solder iisoil fastened securely wlth
ou I exposnre to tho action of the elements.
1'repared sheets, boxed for shipment to uuy part of
tbe United States, can be applied by nny one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
OALDW-CLIi ft CO,
Jyl-tf m West Becoud street
PATENT MACHINE-MADE PAI'ER
BAOS, for Orocers, Druggists, Tea Dealers and
ollmn, nmilo from extra quality of Wrapping, Ma
nlllaaud Whllo Tea Paper.
200,000 No, I Wrapping and Manilla;
U0,aiio No. 2.
ano.am No. 4 " "
2IIO,IKKlNo. H "
.llO.IKIONo. S . " "
2D0,IKX)No. 10 "
-110,1X10 No. 12 '"
2iO,lK)No. id , "
SHiO.OOilNo. lift '
asiJsiONo. I White 'feiullsni; ,
2(HMiiKlNo, J .
Tlie above ars put nn In rack are. of MMl bails each.
Wo are manufacturing from sixly to annuity-five
thousand Ongs perdui
ON A CHATKIK1.I).
Paeer Hag Miiiiiifaoturers.
And Wholesale Paper Dealers,
77 nnd 79 Walnut-street.
.Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Of every description, which lam selling nt u sm'l '
advance on New York prices, wholesale and retail,
J. WElin, Jr.,
nof 154 Flftli. street, bet, lt&co and Elm,
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Great Western and North-western
Great Western and North-western LINE.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI.
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
The Shortest Route between I'lnclnnatl
Three PassengerTralnaleaveOluolnuatldally, fro in
the foot of Milland Front atreett.
tii.10 A . ill. Uhicago Mall arrives at Indlanaaolle
at l-:IO 1. M , Chicago at 10:30 1'. 11. This train
eooDocte with ell ulght trains out of Chicago ior
tho West and North-west; connects at ludiauapo
lls with trains b r Tone llautii; nlo with IViu
trains lur I tni. L"guiifport, Fort Wajne and Xo.
l'Ji'13 P. M. Terra Haute and Lajlayotto Ac
Couuuuua'.lon arrlveaat Iudlanapulisst r.rtC P.M..
innkliig diroctconnections at Indianapolis with La
la) ell e tratui fur Ijecatnr, HpriugUeld, Naples, (jnin
oy, Hannibal and it. Josepli.
7 P. ill. Otiicugo Kxpiem arrives at Indianapolis
at 12:15 A. M., uiakiug clean connections at Chicago
with all morning trains ont of Chicago.
bleeping cars are atlaohed to all (lie nlcbt trains
on this linn, and mo through to Chicago without
chunpe of cars.
llii is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with favorable nnd rollabloarreugenienta
with all connecting roads tbiougbout the entire
Wcat, guarantees nnnauul earn and the amplest ac
ooiunioiliitions to tho pationsol this line.
Tho Coiupuny'a exclusive Telegraph l,iue Is used
when uocf'simr)', toomru the uiovetuent of trainee
and Loiujliridge'e cohbraled I'alont Hrak.s, ate iff!
tached to all passenger Iruini, by which tliey canQf
perfeetly controlled; bosldi s all the other modern im
provements necessary fur the comfort and safety of
parsongers, tho manager- of this road baie liberally
Gmekiiig-enia oil thisliiie.
avsr Be "iiro you nro in therlirht ticket ofllce before
yon purchAHo your ti. kets, and ask: for ticket vie
Kar" (ho umo aa by nny other route. Ilaggage
1HK0UUI1 HCtLF.rs, gnol until used, can be ob
tained at the tlo-otolllcui, at Ibi'Otor Douse Corner
north-west corner Droadway aud front; No. 1 llur
netllouso Corner; at the Wulaut-street Douse, and
at Depot office, font of 91111, on front street, when,
all uoc.esaary Infc rmation may be had.
uiuiuuuHes rui to anu iroi. oacu train, aim win
call fin passengaia nt all noli I . and all parts ot tha
oily, b) leaving adilresa at ell 1 ir oillc.o.
W. H. L. NOBIS.
noil Oensral Ticket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati; Hamilton & Dayton
SIX DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THB
'1'ri.ins run throiiK'n to Oloroliitid Hnndnskf, To.
leiloaud Imllnuapolis without chango of cars.
Hi roneli Tickets for all -Custom, Western, North.
rn and North-weHtorn citli s.
0 A. 111. I-XI'UKMH IK A IN Fur Bamllton,
Rirhiiiouil.lnuiiiuapolis, Lniayetto, Chicago, and all .
WoHtern Cities. Coiinecls t Kirhmond with U. and
C. Itrad for Loganipurt; iilso couuecta at Daiiiiltou
for Oxfonl, ftc.
7::t A. ill. Til. -IN For Daylmi, CprinRHeid,
Sitiiihky, 't'oleilo and Chiinro. This train iuiibfs
close C'liinecllous u ill) all trams leaving Chlr;o th.,
miniii i'vouing. Also ciiiiiootH nt Chiuna ,'ih Do
l.t" Milt's; at llellelontuiiiu with I), and I. It. It., r',ant
and Most; at Forest with I'lltnliunr, fort Wayne ami
Clilcaiio Uiillruad Kuet nnd West; ut I'lvdo with
Cleveland and Toledo Railroad trains fur Clevelaml
and Detroit; ut Da. Inn fr (reenvilln. Union, Win
chi.'Slor und Sluncle.
10 A. HI. li.Vl'UKMMTU .IN-rorCliiviilaiiil
via Dclemarc lor llunltirk, Hml.ilo, Hosiod, Now
Yolk, anil all Ktisierii cHie Aloi on nets at Crest
line for Pittsburgh, riiilaileHlii .Ikiltlmore, Hud nil
Knsleni cities. : .
;i:10 1. ill. TH . AIN-Kor Ham iltr.ii. Illclnnond,
InUinnaiiolis, Torre Haute aud Miiuil Louis; eon
neclH ut Hamilton for Uxt'erd, Ac.
5:;0 1. IH. TIIAIN-For llaylou, Sprlngliehl.
Itelieloniaiuii, Limn, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, aud
itllpotntHin Cunadu. Connerlrint -IrlleforititiiiHHltli
Jt. nil I. K. U Kostaiid Ue.t.
1 1 t.J0 P. fll . l. Pit K.H T It A I N -For Clevi.
laud via Dnlawuro lor Dunkiik, Jtiillalu, Doslon,
few York, and all Krwlern cities. Alao, cuiinecls at
Crestline for 1'itlsburgh. I'liiluilolpbiu, Jlaltlmore,
and all KiiHteru clticn.
r-t Tbe night Kx press Train leaving Cincinnati ot
:m P. Al., leaves daily txo.i', Ksnuii.ts, All other
trains bjate daily Mt.uwt uabAV;
For fin thor inforumllon ami Tickets, apply at tha
Ticket ollhea north-oast corner Kioni and Droad
way; No. li9 Wnluut-stic-t, nenr Gibson House; at
the new Ticket Ulliee.eli liio n siitsideof Vine-street,
betweeiilPoetom'-'eaud llumet House; at the Waluut
street Uonso.for at thoSlxih slrect Depot.
jiii3, D. Mul. A 11 KN , Huporlutendon t.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trams Daily.
Two Through Express Trains.
tillRST TRAIN DAY TXPRKSS AT 10
. A. Dl., count cts via Columbus and Clovclaud;
via (Joluinbus, Si-ubeuvllle nnd Pitttburg; via
Columbus, Ciestliuu aud Pittsburg; via Coluui
bos and Del lair (Whcciifcf 1. Also, lor Springfield.
This train stops between Ciuclunati and Culuiabus,
at all the principal stations.
tHr.COND THAI.N-Coliirubos Aocomtnodatloit
Ut4t40 If. ill. This train stops at till stations be
tween Clooinuati und Columbus, aud Ciuelunati aud
THIRD TKAIN Night Express nt 11i30 r.
M., coniiects via Colombo, and iiollulr (Wheeling);
via Columbus, Crestline and I'ittsiiurg; via Colum
bus Htetibuuvillo and FiUsLutg; via Culuuibus ami
This Train stops at IiOveland, Morrow, Xonlsi
aud London. fW.kKPlNUOAJIS ON Tllltj TBA1N.
-Tlic Day Kvprnaa rnns throngh t Cllevoland,
Wheeling aud Pittsburg, via btoubcuvlllr-, without
change ol oars.
The NIOHT -tXPItBSrl I'raln leaving Olnolnnall
nt lliltO P. M., runs dally, except BATllllDAYU.
Tho other Trains run daily, except HUNDA YH.
Forall information, nnd Through Tlckots to Bos',
ton, New York, Philadelphia, llultlmore, Washing
ton, In Halo, Niagara Falls. Dunkirk, Clevelaid,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, nud all the eastern places,
apply at the Oflicoa, Walnut Htreet Uonne.Mo. 4 Dur
notllouao, south-east corner of 11 road way and Front
streets, and nt the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which la Raven ml Q
utus fastor than Cincinnati lime.
J. DUBAND, Hup't.
Umnlbnses callfor passengers by loavlug dlreelloui
at the Ticket OMoes. noU
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THROUOU WITUOOT CUANQIII OF OARS.
Two Dally Trains lor Vincoiinos, Cairo and HI,
Lonis, ut 1;'M A. M., and T:M P. SI.
Tliree Daily Trains for Louisville, at 7:20 A.M.,
:t)P. M., ami r:SU P.M." ,
Ono Train lor Evanaville nt 7:W) P. M.
The Trains connect nt Ml. Lottui forall pululsln
l.ausiui aud Nebraska, Iliiuiiibat, CJnlncy and Ken
kuk; ut ht. Louis and Cairo lor JUetiiphis, Vicknburg,
Natcher. and New Orlenim.
Une Through Train on fciuudiiy at 7M V. M.
Hr.Tl'n.MNU Fast Lino Leaves Kaat Ht. Iouls,
Snmlays excepted, at U;'jO A. M-, arriving at Clni hi.
natl ut likis P.M.
Expiiksh Train Leaves Ksst St. Louis dally at 4 (0
P. M., arriving ntClticlnniiti nt H:2,'i A. 51.
FDll THROUGH TIOKKTrt
Tiv nil points West ai d South, please apply at Ilia
olhccs. V alniit-stree I Unnee, between Sixth nud
-lovoiith-streeta, No. 1 Unmet Ilotise, cornor olHce,
north-west corner of Front and Broadway, Hpencer
I li.nw Olfl' O, n ml uttliii Depot, corner Front and Mill.
stroetl. AV. H. CLr.lIKNT,Qon't.fuperlntondent.
Oinqibn.oscall for rassengers. oc'.)
Cincinnati, Richmond &
. 6T. LOUlB,
, ' v ' lOUANBPOBT,
. . , l'ICItU,
Depot, at A. II. and 4:501' M.
A. M.-INDIANAP0L1S,BT. L00I8&CHI0A.
00 FAST KXFUKSa-Th rough direct, runkln f cleM
oonneotlona for all other Western and North-weeteni
points. This Train also connects at Richmond with
(Jlnclnnatl and Ohloago Ronds, for Anderson, Koko.
moLogauBport, and all points on Wabash Taller
8:40 P.'m.-INDIANAPOWU, DUIOAOO A BT.
LOUIS NIGHT KXPUKSS.-Th above Trains make
close connections at Indianapolis, Lafayotteand Chi.
cago, with Trnins for Terre Dante, Springfield, Uock
Islund, Qalesburg, Kenosha, LaCronso, JacksonTillo.
Th rough Tickets glren and Baggags ebecked
Fo"?nrther Inforrnitlori and ThrVn" gb Tickets, ap.
Bly to Ticket omoM.north-vastoornerol Front aud
roadway; No. lei AVnlnut street, near Fourth; at
south-east corner of Fourth and Vine street, or at
IboMt Will rail for paetsng in ry iearing tbelt
at either of thellckotOtf.es.
W, H. sftimf.Agon,