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THEPEESS,
r TUESDAY--
.... DBCKH8XK. 13
THE POET SHELLEY.
THE POET SHELLEY. BY PAUL H. HAYNE.
Wbr did they take thee from thin Ocean-grave,
tl man of many sorrower the bluesea j
HJ been thy brother, ml each wandering war
That kissed the shores of thy loved Italy , .
A solace end a blessing i to low nmii
Of the lamenting waters seemed to start
W ItbiD thy ottl an echo, and the too
Of a more mournful mule in thy hsart.
01 therefore dM'.tilinu seek thenj.and pour forth
To their deep sympathy asorrowing strain
Of a I the won and irretchedneaa of earth,
That strove t-) bend toy patient Bind In vnlnf '
Tne Oooo hoard thee, loved thee and the breast
Of Nature's mighty minstrel fart the nat. . .
English Operatives and their Wages.
The London Quarterly renew, in a
long artiole upon pie late itrikes in Eng.
land, gives some interesting facta to show
that strikea: have always injured labor,
and that the only true tray to improve
the condition of the laborer i by cooper
ative effort, industry and eoonomy. In
proof of what working-men could aooom
pliflh, the writer says: .".y'-' "'
Let it not be said that tha working
people oannot' save money and become
capitalists if they will. Have we not the
faot that the operatives of Blackburn
sent not less than 30,000 out of their
earnings to mantain the Preston opera
tives during their fruitless strike? And
why should they not in ordinary times
invest, tnose surplus hinds in savings
banks, or in ao-operative associations, in
steal of spending it in publio hoiBes? ...
The laboring classes do not yet know
the money power which they possess.
The annual wages of the working people
of the country estimated, on good au
thority, to amount to not less than one
hundred and seventy .million sterling.
But, notwithstanding the increased remu
neration paid for labor during reoent
years, aiid the generally reduoea cost of
Jiving, the savings of the working classes
invested in savings banks have remained
almost stationary, and are under eight mil
lions. Will It be believed thatjthe annual
eitruings of many families engaged in the
otton mnnufnoture amount to more than
iie average incomes of the clergy of
Kngland? and that there are few Bulled
operatives whose individual earnings do
not exceed those of the great body of
clerks and shopmen?
When the builders lately struok.they
were earning 5s. 6d. a-day, which is equal
to the pay of the ensigns and lieutenants
of our infantry regiments, without the
cost of mass or uniform. Erectors and
Jitters in the shops of London engineers
receive from 35a. to 37s. a-week, or perhaps
ii higher average rate of remuneration
than is paid to the wholejbody of dissenting
ministers. The operatives employed ai
irnn-rollers earn in ordinary times from
3s. to 15s. a-day, or equal to the pay of
captains and army surgeons after ten
years, servioe. When trade is brisk, the
ball-furnace men of Staffhrdshiro, with
their families, earn from, 300 to 400
a-year, which is a larger inoome than
falls to the lot of most professional men,
and yet the houses of these favored labor
era are scenes of disgusting untidiness
and squalor.
If working people are powerless, it is
too nftcn because they are thoughtless
md improvident If they are driven into
biid bargains with their matters, it is
mainly because thoy have not taken care
tn provide a defense against destitution in
their day of need, by a store of frugal
savings in prosperous times. Those who
spend heir money as they earn it will
always be at the meroy of others; and
it is melancholy to reflect that when a
time of adversity comes they are scarcely
a veok ahead of actual want
If the laboring classes would gain a
firmer footing in the world, they must
exercise eoonomy, self-denial and fore
thought, tho basis of all manly and truly
independent character. ; , !
Bbabtiful Arrangement OP Nature
Nii fiiier proof of providunt legislation
and benevolent design, in the arrange
ment of t he laws of nuture,'can be named,
shvs the Bonton Transcript, than is nf-
iiirfff.fi lir r.hn inAf.liAi h wIiiaU !a
frnnwl. By a law of the physical
veie, water oondense and grows heavii
''M
linn as it. Ui'Coiiitia chilled at tho sur
face, eitilih tn the bottom under ioflu
time of cold. Whenever the tempera
i ure is not below forty degrees, the cold-t-st
vator ih found at the bottom part of a
vessel or stream. Numberless good ef
ii.cts are produced by these condensa
tions. But if this law was not modified it
is plain that freezing would begin at the
bottom of ponds, streams and lakes. In
this case the summer's heat wonld not do
away the effects of the winter air, and in
process of time every northern river
would become congoaled and useless for
navigation, the polar waters would be
come solid fields of ice, and the temper
ature of the world suffer a disastrous
change.
But as if to remedy this evil, and make
the skill of infinite benevolence more ex
quisite, and suggest to us palpably the
Creator's wisdom, this .law is modified.
We find that when water reaches a few
degrees of the freezing point, instead of
continuing to oondense if the cold in
creosee, it suddenly expands, even beyond
its temperate destiny. The heavy cold
strata which had sunk to the bottom
rise again to the eurfaoe and expand still
further when they freeze, so that ice is
lighter than its element and must always
float. In this way, though all the bene
ficial results of contraction are preserved,
f very bad effect is obviated.' Thns by
the sudden reversal efa law, at cer
tain poiDt, in favor of the interests and
comfort of mankind, dangers that might
prove a final barrier against commerce
are averted, and the temperature of the
tilobe is distributed in its present moder
ate alternations and healthful variety.' '
Dkspshatb Lovh-Makwo. " Amelia,
J. ; tuee yes, at thy command I d tear
t us eternal firmament into a thousand
figments; I'deather the stars, one bv
tie, as they tumbled from the regions of
t neriai space, ana put tnemin my brow
ser's pocket: I'd plnok the sun. that nri.
total god of dey that traverses tha Mn
arch of heaven m such majestic splen
dorI'd tear him from tie sky and
quench its brigbt effolgenoe in the foun
tain of my eternal love for thee!" "Don't.
Tir.ufl , 1 1 ii
rijA young man, in conversation one
. i vaaing,,.onanoea to remark: "l am no
prophet "True replied a lady , pres
fnt, "jso pront to yourself or anyone
ens.
A German's Idea of his Spouse.
' . In the Ninth Ward. ' New York, lives
aneooentrio butcher, by name, Herr Von!
eelup. U keep a' little meat store ana
often amuses his oustomers with his
curious comment on matters and things
in general ., His wife is a patient, hard
working woman, willing to tarn her hand
to anything to gratify him When her
husband goes out she attends the store,
and can slice off a steak or carve a roast
as well as her husband.
Mr. Brown is a regular oustomer of
Butcher yonsolap. He is a eaah . ous
tomer, and has an abhorrence of aooounts.
One day when Brown purchased a roaBt
he wm short of change just five oents.
Mrs. Vonsolup served him and he said to
her:
' "I will take the meat home and return
instantly with the five cents. Don't mark
it down." " '
"Dat bees all right, Meister Brown,"
replied th Butchers wife. ,
Brown hurried home. During his ab-
senos the butcher returned, and his wife
returned to the house. ' Presently Brown
cam back and hurriedly approaohing
tne butoner said: "
"Here is the five oents I owe you," at
th sums time handing out the ooin.
, "Not?" asked the astonished Vonsolup.
"I owe von five oents and here it is."
"You makes mistakes. Mister Brown, I
never trust you nut noun, replied the
Duecner. - -
.Nd, no, I ows it to you. Stnoe you
have been gone I bought some meat of
toe laay ana aid not nave enougn to pay
ner by five oents, ana
"L,uy! xoupuy meat ot a Judy in
mine Shop!- Vat in fejr tuvel do you mean
Dy a at enr." . , . -
"Are you crazy, manr 1 mean I pur
chased a roast of the woman who attends
here when you are absent"
"Der Voman vot soils meat here?"
"Yes." ' 1
"Mein Cot, vat you means denj? She
bees bo lady, she ish my wife.',
"You are an infornal fool!" replied
Brown, throwing the five-cent piece at the
butcher and leaving in disgnst. '
"You bees anuder fool Meister Brown,
to take mine frow for a lady. Hal ha!
dnk bfces a good choke! "
A (babyless Pair. A physician and
his Wife, who had no babiea, but wanted
some! badly, while riding out together
drovs rapidly up behind a lawyer, who,
with his wife and five or six children and
nurses, was driving a one-horse carriage,
rather tho worse for wear. On coming
up within speaking distaoe,' the dootor
oalled out to his friend the lawyer: "Good
morning, lawyer, I see you have a heavy
load 'and a sorry team." "True," retorted
the lawyer, "I nave; but you have a heavy
team and a sorry load.".
Nominally Obedient. A young man
was frequently cautioned by his father to
vote1 for "measures." not "men." Ho
promised to do so; and soon after reoeived
a bonus to vote lor Mr. reck, His tatber,
astonished at his voting for a man whom
he deemed objectionable, inquired the
reason for doing so.
"Barely, lather, said the youth, "you
told me to vote for measures, and if Peok
is not a measure, I don't know what is."
Cubical Wit. The Rev. Dr. Mason,
of New York, passing up Broadway,
stopped to read a theatrical placard which
attracted bis attention. Cooper, the
tragedian, coming along, said to him,
"Good inomiDg,' sir do ministers of
the gospel read such things?"
"Why not, sir," said thedocter, "minis
ters of the gospel have a right to know
what the devil is about as well as other
folks."
uMfwfFT . ROOIf fiAT.F!
HAIIIUSON & COLLINS'
CENTRAL BEE-HIVE GALLERY, ear
ner of Fifth and Western-row,' Photograph!,
Melalnotypo ana A mbrotypes taken camper than
el.ewheie la the city, yil Colored Photograph!
made uf all nlzuti, from life 10 the smallest miniature.
Pictures neatly set In Lnckts, Breast-pine, ringer
rfuga and Bracelet. All work warranted,
uolfi-ay A. S. BLOOM, Artist.
Gifts! Gifts! Gifts!
G3 (EAT
A T 'NO. J8 WKRT KOnRTn.fiTIIHlIT-
A T 'NO. 28 WB8T FOUBTU-STRKET,
next 10 ninitn a nizon'i umi, umolnnatl,
Ohio. A splendid Gift worth from Ml oentt to SIM,
will be given with every book for which we receive
one dollar and upward at the lime of eale.
Gifte cousin! of Gold and Blrer WaiehM. I.adlee'
Solid Ol id Ubaiui, splen.lld aet of Jewelry, OtieOold
Bracelet, Geutu' Go d Veat-chalne, and a lerfe th
riety of other artlojei of rich Jewelry, worth from
JO can ti to 8X10.
Ladlea anil gentlemen art retpectfollr InTlted to
call aad examluo oar atoek.
A. A. KELLEY,
Publisher and Gift Bookaeller,
no21-tf Na. as Woet Tonrth-ttreat.
WILSON, GARLIC K A CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS.
DBALBKS IN LIVE AND DRE88ED
llogi. Pork, Lard, Whleky.lTlonr. Grain, Ao.
8 IBoe aorto-weat corner Sixth and Alain itreete,
laelanaU, oipoilte the Gait Home.
. Tha. nnderalffnad haTlnff formed a nonartnenhln
In tlx General Produce aud CommlHlon Bnilneaa,
under the style of Wllaon, Garllck it Co., reepeol
(ally tender their lerrloee andeoliclt thepatronafre of
their blende and th pnbllo. Fartlonlar attention
ld to baring and aellini Eoai. Whlakr. rionr.
cmiD. wo. 'Ausir unBraee win do aa moaer
Aa. their ohariea will
moderate
any otner
toon none In the city.
Aeferto tba mar-
ouantaof
vfiuouiuau ajvneraiiy. - .
H. T, OABjSlOS
t.T.BABB.
nanbn
11, P. liHAS'
' Hew Wholeiald '
fflTUVft JEWBLRY MM
16 West Fourth Street,
Whera oai be had avary artiole appertalnlnt to the
Baeineee tt a asaeh loe price, for CASH, than
hat ever before bats offered la thle market.
1 CIV I USA OA L L
AnSaaaforyonjnalvw. ' ; apU
WM. WHITAKER,
JBWBLII,
So.MXJI. .Oor.rifthand Lodje street. Utwe
Walnnt and Vine. Oinclnnatl.
Aloodaetortmentof BIliVKBaud PLATED W ABB,
SPIOTAOU), ete., kept ooneUnUy on hand.
Bpeclal attention t Wen to Oleaolnf and Bopelrlof
t aaviuo auu tnirj,
n.rlli
BEOG8 SMITH, No. West 4th St.
A US NOW RBOirVINO ADDITIONS TO
m. their larae aanrtment of Watch, Jewelry,
SUTrwareau4I)laiaond. '
-uau .. -
'A flne iiMortmettt ot Flata4 Ta Se and Ontlery
and Opera Utumm. ru
. it J. BUTUSR'S
Excelsior Fluid inks.
' Mannmctonr, 30 Vine St.
14
A GAED.
WM." F.BEWSON.'of ih late firm of
. H,Hol"e.wmeniitlnuethoOoramle.
i!on, Btoek and BtllBroJiaraHa bualnnn, at their old
offlee. Ho. W. Beauinent Hiunnlo Building, Tlilrd
Itraet. He aolioita aoontlnuaneeor flie bunineiahera
tofore to liberally beatowedon the old firm. ne2tnm
THE OYSTER TRADE,
. fAUI
FRESH CAM
YSTEiBS.
COVR Mf
OYSTERS.W
Spiced Oysters.
PIUKI.KD O Y8T M
fflflB SUBSOBIBia IB. VOW EKOKIV
SL I NO DAILY, by tha Adami Cxpreat, MALT.
BY'8 world-renowned Balhhaor i ,
Freth Can, Keg and Shell Oysters.
-m-
Tnth. Hermerlcally-aaaled OOVS), BFIOKO
VICMtUD OYSTKBS.
EOBERT ORB, Agent
W-tf
Ttowit. 11 Weet riflhrtrmt
. FBB3H '
OYSTERS.
OAVAGNA'S
Oyster Importing Houso.
NO. 31 WEST FIFTH-STREET. '
TIIS SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RBOSIV
l'HQ daily, par Izvreaa, hia aplendld Oyatara.
Havln tt oomnleted arranMmanta in baltlmore. on
Harln f ootnpl
the meet axtenalra aoale, I will at atl times durint
tbeaeaaon be prepared to furnleh my frlonde, "ana
the net of mauklud," wltb the moat DILIOtOOS
BI VALVES Imported to the Queen City. None but
the very beet imported. Great Inducement, offered
at mt imporung-Donne.
n nfirtln tt .hunee.
Order glolioltwl and prontptiy n:
t auttprnmptiynuea. xermnoanti.
, PBTKK CAVAtlNA,
Sole Iniporterann Proprietor,
aepldt
J OYSTERS.
TODD'S OLD STAND.
TSxTO. 10 fllXXH-BTREET. I AM RECEIV
lf I HO dally, f ETH'S Celebrated MAMMOTH
OYSTERS which 1 am eelling at unprecedented
low prloea b.y eaae or doznn. Da)era and Famllle
wanting a very large, ireen ureter, will pieaee eena
their order. Attached to thle eetabllahment ia a
nioe, quiet, reepectable Saloon, where yon can hare
vje'we vmwvu .u wvir v.iv. auu eurvvu uf m a
eiea lanaausenormajuuer. unargo. leutiianatany
otner piaee. iociui ,iuun niiun
THOS. SMITH'S
BALTIMOHE
SUPERIOR OLD PLANTATION
0et P'J Syenraore-itreet, oppoalts the
National Theater. "
E. C. BOOKING, Agent.
ALSO I)i-efiied Viah and Game: freeh and aweet
nutter, o ueiivcrea at an noun, iroe oi onarge,
laemj
Fine, Tat, Freah Oiiibu,
TODD'S
Magnum Bonuini, at hie Wholesale and Betail Oya
terliouae, 253 253 258 253 253
WALNUT.STii.EBT.
no firth door above Slxih. went ilde.
J. FARROW & SON'S
-riELEBKATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
pre el (Jompany, in whole and half eane.
All Oyster sold warranted fresh and of
th very beet quality. J. B. OWUNU8,
receivea aaiiy or uia aqidi aiz-
Asrent. no. 27 min-atreei, pet. juaiu
and V alnut-atreets.w .
. B. The trade eftppuea on the most liberal
terma. ' ooatflra
BIEDIOAL AND DENTAL.
ESPECIALLY TREATS DI8EA8ES OF
THE SKIN, BHSOMATI8M, DISEASES 01
WOM.KN, and such Onronlo oomplainti aa may be
beneatted hi the Ilygyento and Atmopathlo aystem
of hie office.
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine. Arsenic, mercury, Tur
kish, Busslan and Electro-Uhemlcal Baths, a DIs
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of Electric
and Magnetlo Apparatus.
MU. S7 WEST 8KVENTD.BTBEIT. .
4-wmce hairs It A. H. to anl-ff
R. 8. NEWTON, M. D.
Offlao, 90 West 8eventh Strwt,
irrn vtis aid aaoi.
1M
O. JG. NEWTON, M. D.
Oirion He. 90 Weet 8oTeti"i street, between Vine
and lUoe. Bedidenok-Ho. ?3 Heventh street, he
A. M ltoX( P M.t ttn P. M. 7 . "
WM. M. HUNTER.
DENTIST,
nos
flO Vlne.street.
J. TA FT,
(Bnooessor to Enowlton A Tart.)
DENTIST.
No. S0 Weal Fourth 81., beju Walnnt 6V VI ee
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
aep2t
PURE AIR!
Ife7 Mode of Ventilation!
Cstll nnd i One of
SAWYER&'CO'S
PATENT
He iting and Ventilating Furnaces,
. . , . Inoreratloaat . ' ''
CHAMBERLAIN k OOi'S
6 tor Ware-roomi, Not. 61 And 6S Vine-it.
S a wye r & O o .
Coal Cooking Stove.
A WADDED TBS SILVBB UIDjLLf "
ATTBaV-
STATE FAIR,
Held t ZanoevlUe, October, 1890. 1
: MANUFACTURED BT '.. !:
0
&
; BAMPLE AND BALE-ROOMB.
(Seoond doot Below Columbia.,) '
ci kci;n ATI. OIIIO.
fnoBoml
Book Binding;
IN ALL ITS BIJANCHK8, NO. 8 BAST
ronrtb-street, between Mitlnaod8,'cmo".,Cln.
oiiinatl. T
Re-binding In erery style. UneltBookt neat,
ly and durably bound. 0. 'JitorPiU.
rirWliul
IBERLA1N
MISCELLANEOUS.
930. 1 $30. $30. $30.
IMrty-iollarDouWdlocktllflfl'
FMILT SBWING M1CH1NBS
BSODB1U) BY BKOIMT LITTKB8 PATjTHT.
fanHIb MAOHINB r. HAS 1 BEEN PRO
JL HomotU by all competent Juderea.whe
hare aeen It. to be tna heat auu moat deelrable Tarn.
Uy Sewing Maoblna oyer introduced, reaardlea
fyrloe. It will aew alt kiiHla or lamuy gooaa,
mm ine yery micaoet to tneyery oneetiaarioa maue,
ana njee ail amae oi inreu. irom no. a to xh
N mil l mmmit mm iab mf tmmi nli.fil.lHA.
' Hud for a niraular. or nail aiid mm It in ODaratlon.
Onoa early application, State aud Oonnty BUhtamay
be eeenred.
Anenergetlo penonoan make a fortune In a, abort
dine. Aganta wauteu in all nntoia territory.
II. (J. BVRTMAN. ;
He le and exotueire aen t for the United State.
SkpHfuit SB Wee(lfonrth-atrett01noinaall.
Day's Medal Jobber.
W.T. &S. D. DAY & CO.,
! ' MannfMtnrers and Dealers In '.':"
PRINTING PRESSES,
. , : (BOTH HABD AND POWKB.) S h,
And ell kinds ot Printing ninterlnla, Noo.
. 7a, 179 nnn 177 weal Beooaa-oiroet,
1 L. .... CINCINNATI, OHIO. -
ESPZOIAL ATTENTION 18 OALLED
to onr MEDAL JOBDEB. Within the laet
eignteen montnewe bare lutrodnoea teem Into rour-
satisfaction to the parties purchasing. ; The power I
appueu iu tuv cenier oi me piaten ; consequently
tnere Is no possibility of tte springing from any
amonntof presiure. The motion li so tranimitted
to It aa to cause a dwnll on the mint nf nnnt.r.t with
the form, tneorlnr A PEBFEOI IMPBIS8I0H at
nign rate 01 speea.
Printers la want of the BEST JOBBER ahonld
not purchase elsewhere without airing this an ex
amination. Thoy are etrong, durable and rapid, and
are WABRANTKD to gire the most entire satis
action. . , nos
MADAMB ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUNP
at last Just what the Ladles have lengneedeO.
and looked for in vain, the Btorlne Elixir.
The Uterine Kllxlr Is warranted to oure all dls
eaeos of a Uterine Mature; Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovaries, and the Urethra
Prolapsus or Falling of the 'Womb, Painful llenstrn
ation, Oblorosis, Amenorrhea; In fact, a perfect enre
is gaarrantoed by tbe use of from two to five bottles
of the Elixir, of any dlaeaso whatever of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
matter of how longstanding. Price St per Bottle.
Madame ELLla calls particular attention to the
following Card of one of the most prominent Crag,
gists of Oinclnnatl. .
"To th Puslio a no the linits re PiRTiocLAa.
We, the undersigned, aro not In tho habit of giving
tor name to Patent Uedlclnee; bnt knowing well th
ady Phyaloian, and thetnedioine called the Uterine
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend it to all females
suffering from Female Dleeaws of any kind; It is
purely vegetable, and in no case can do Injury; wt
say to all try, and our word for it. you will find re
lief. f. t. HILX, Drnegiet,
aeplT Corner of fifth and Jtaoe-streeta,"
MADAMB ELLIS'S SPANISH 8IMU
LATH) ft CODOH AKD I.1VKR BALSAM
crures, without fall, pains In tbe Breast, Back,
Side or Limbs: Coughs, Oolds, Hoarseneas, Dlffl.
culty of Breathing, Headache, Flatulency, Heart
bnrn, Chronic Bhenmatlsm, Billions Chollc.Oramp
Chollo, Griping Paina of the Bowels, Dullneea,
Stupor, Iuaotlvity, Lota of Appetite, and in Pain
ful Menstruation it ia a certain oure, and gives
immediate relief. In any of tbe above disease!
It will give relief in twenty minutes, and a perma
nent core by the nee ef two bottles. Only SO cents
per brittle-so cheap that every person can get it.
N. B. For eale by F. D. HILL, Drnsglst, corner
of Baoe and Fifth-streets: J. D. PARK, corner of
fourth and Walnut: StIRR, ECKSTEIN lb.,
corner Tine and Fourth; JOHN DIOKBuM, corner
of John and Sixth; PAUL. BEINLEIN, comer el
uigntn ana rreeman. Also, fcUWABi) suabUjASI
" 1 iuruHr 01 mum .nu auurui: auu maojuue
ELLIS, l4 West Bixth-street. sep27-ay
HALL'S PATENT.
THE MOSTRELI ABLE FIRE AND
BUBOLAB PBOOF 8AFE8. They bave given
murv ncisiMi.iua man any otner now in m,
We Oder a reward of ONH THOUSAND DOL
LARS to any persou that can, np to tbe present
time, nhow a single instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their oontenta.
viih .hi. uirr k.uAnM .11 MAmui.iAM
being the beet Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
teat with any establishment, in the Union, and tbe
party failing first, to forfeit to the other, the earn
ofti,U0. ..........
We are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at less
ooet.than any other manufacturer In the United
States.
eoona-nand Safes of other makers, also on band.
WernannrlAillv InvllAfhamnhlln .n u.ll ...
Ine onr stock before pnrchaalng elsewhere.
.. ., HAUL!, UA.UHUL1J A W :
ajU-vt Hoe, IS and 17 East Columbia street.
Wi B. SODDB, V
FoimerlyoHali,Doddj400.;latoTIrban,DoddaOo,
W. II. odds & Co.,
ooNonnTn
Fire and llmalai' , Prool
yv. Corner of Vine Second fttrcete.
This Is tha most relUbla mtB AND Rniint.A
PBUOr 8AFE that b made In the United Btataa. and
la warranted perfectly free from damp. Oan be sold
at lower price., and Is of better workmanship than
oan be found elsewhere
. We have large assortment on band, and are de
termined to sell at prices that oannot Tall to pleat.
Old; Sale
Taken In embenge. BICOOND-HAND BAFHW tl
ways en hand at etrem.y low prices. t7X
FRESH PISH'
SALT-WATER AND LAKE FISH .
TOZER'S EASTERN FISH DEPOT,
No. 90A Vlee-aui bet. Fifth end Sixth.
MR. TOZBR BKG8 XO ANNODNCfl
that be has established a regular depot for the
sale of all kinds of .alt-water Fish, fresh from Msw
York ; also Lake Fish from Cleveland and Handmky;
together with Olamsand Oysters in the shell, Lon.
tiers, Crabs, Eels (alivel, and all kinds of seasonable
Oame and Oan Oyster. Be will fnraiah the aliove.
named articles OHBAPBB THAN ANT OTHEB
PLAUX IN TBI CITT. Family order promptly
attended to and eent home free of eharge. . Please
SADDLE, TEUJMK M HARNESS
MANUFACTORY, J;
103 Itlaln.etreet, three door above Third,!
KEEP ON 1 AND AND MAKE TO OR
DER all k ods of Ron Trappings, In the beet
and most substantial mann.r. Also, a large aneort-
Sent of floras Blaal sts, Whips, Carpet and leather
us, Bridle BiU. Baffalo Bobee, Valise (the real
sole-leather), Hall Trunks. Sponge, and a Urge aa
sortment belonging to thia line. I will sell ae low
as th lowest,
D. 8. CAEEICZ.
note-ay '
FRANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
FOUtfpBT, B. ALLISON, gaperlnUudmt-
rrfntinc ttaterlal of nfT Ind. lrvinetree('
rfsS .,. ....
INSURANCE.
Y STATE A IT THO BIT
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
WT Agency established In Olndunarl In ltfltf, an
tedating all present local Insurano Companies and
Agenolea In the Insurance bnslnses In this city. 83
years constant auty ner, oommnea wita weaitn, ex.
eiience,.nterriee and liberality, especially com'
mend the JETS A Insurance OomsanT to the farora
ble natronaim nf tills eommnnllsr atandlne aolltanr
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
uuoionati underwriter. 01 ibjo,
Losaea yejd ia Cincinnati durlas past Fire
.. . - x ears. -piao,ua 7.
Cash Oapital!iBl,0 00,000.
(ABSOLUTK AND DNIMPA1BKD.J WITH A
SURPLUS OI' 1,U30,43 80.
Ana the prestige or M year success and ex-peejenoe,
IMVIBTMIHTfl Of
Over $100,000 In Ohio 8ccurllls.
iipmnnu ne m ens. man. liiaana
Save been paid by thatna lusurance Uompanyln
Fire and Inland Navliii Ion. Bisks acoented
. taepasiau yeata,
at terms consistent wltb eolvency and fair proflta.
XepeoialactenUon given to lnuranoa of Dwellings
and Oontenta, for terma of 1 to ny .
- Application made to any duly .othorieod Agent
pnomptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
imate Itisar&noe baeiuei.. thlaUoninanvia enabled
to offer both Indemnity for the past and seoniityfor
mo suture, r iicmissneawitnout aeiay oy '
j ao, 11, uni'fsii, Agent, no, 40 Alain street.
A. T. I'ATO-J, AsslsUnt Agent.
H. K. LINO Kf, Agent 171 Tine street.
J.J. riOOKB, i, Agent. Fulton. IHh Ward. aot
WKSTEKN 1N81RANCK COMPANY
w ' ' OP CINCINNATI. '!
OFFICE IN THE SECOND STORY OP
Mo. 2 Front-street, between Jlain and Ryoamore.
' This Company is taking Klre, Inland and Marin
Blake at curront rates of premium. ,, . -, .
jjoswjs tuir if aujuntmi anu promptly paia. .
DIRECTORS: 1' '
T T Kckert, V Ball. 8 W Pomeroy,
William Glenn, W 0 Wliitoher, W 0 Mann.
Bobert Atitchnil, W H Oomslock, LQKSioue, .
Iiobt Buciianau, 0 0 aiisw, . UeoHtali,
Wm Bellew, Seth Kvans, ' ' J H TaaBe, -David
Gibson, ' H Bracbman, J Olaham, .
II Olearwater, ,. Xhoe B ICIIiott.
1. b. uitt.Kn.r, rrestdent.
BTarnrwMnnnit, Secretary. nos
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
MB.EUTOK8:
William Wood, Isaac O. Oopelen,
. James . Uunnlnghani, Sydney 8. ((lark, i '
Andrew Erkenbrocber. Joseph Boaklrt,
Geo. W. Bishop, Wm.Flelier,
George H. Dixon. ' 1
ISA AU (I. COrELEN, President.
QteO. W, OorxttN, Hecretarj . ,
A.M. ROSS, Surveyor.
Is nrenared to issue Poltctea on Klre and Marine
Blaks. on favorable terms. Quire No. a Wit Third.
street, Trust Oo. Building. nonbfm
National Insurance Co.,
ClaeloDBtl, Ohio.
(Office South-west for. Main and rront-atreeta.)
MarLnt), Inland Transportation and
. xire XU8S8 ,
TAKEN AT CUKUHNT HATBH.
uiRKnrrinsi!
Jobn Burgoyne, K M Smith.
Wm Hepwortb, OLu L Moore,
Robert Moore,
II Keouhelmer,
U W Hmlth.
A wiBdemer. ThoaUnv.
J L Boss. , Tho. B BIsks.
Henry fills.
M. 0. UBHKB, Heo'y. JiO. BTJKOUVNK, Pres,
noehftn
P. A.8paiOMAit, Surveyor.
Cinolniiati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 1829. , -
OAPITAli S15O.000.
OFFICE NO.. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
SDititS against Loss and Damase by Fire: also:
Perils of tbe Sea and Inland navigation.
ntREnrnnjii 1
Jno.W H si t well. Allen Oolller. ' William Reeor.
Jobn W Kills, Janus Luptou, ; Obaa.W Bowland,
vonn w uuuiey, janies & r rarer, J t aoneid,
1) T Woodrow. BMW Tavlor. A 8 IVInalnw. I ,
OS Williams, ' B McBlrney, Bowman 0 Baker,
juuh w. tiAiwYf ALL, rresiaent,
fj,.W. Wilmams, Secretary. ; ' nog .
F1KB AND SIAK.INB. ,
Eagle Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI.
- w J-W. GAKKISON, President."
S. W. BEEDEB, Secretary
DiniCTona Henrv KosalerJ Anthonv Fv Wm.
Wood, J. W. Garrison, Samuel 11. 1'aft, George W.
Towuley. Smith Bette. ,
auavnioBH j. 11. Lawaerana David Baker, dosay
Mei-.ao
'win)
uo toes auvino.io jm
eilBjsod miii noi3idi
ti(j)-nuinioo pa AOj-tuaiieA -jog ..-j 'j
' 00 2? 'wflV. 'M.
aiou pue seaiJuw eiqniM j "ov 'Suniea
UloioKuiiIoa 'saeHaej Jnoiiseuitjaejt )nuig -ua
uiu jepua pus jeadu qoq (Plioi issopietuai i-mr r
NOTII 0N0UIS NI da illd 'S3ZI8 11 V .,
4sinMP00tI pnti tjjoo
KOOIIAIi! ROOFIIVCr!
rilHK UU1; ALT liLASTIC ME.
JL TALLIO BOOFINU" I offered to the pnbllo
as the beet and cheapest Metal Roof now nsed, it
merits tested by an experieno of year In tbiaclty
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
buildings. No solder nsed fastened securely with
out exposure to the action of the elements. I
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part of
tbe United States, can be applied by any one wltb
ordinary mechanical skill. Ordersnromptly fllled.
CALDWELL A (JO.
U3 West Second street.
PATENT MACHINE-MADE PAPER
BAGS, for Grocers, Druggists, Tea Dealers and
others, made from extra anality of Wrapping, Ua
nlUaand White Tea Paper. ,
sou.ooo No. I Wrapphiaanl Manilla: ,
Siiu.ikio No, 2
XsVMONo. "' V .
: SrNt.lMMI No. " " .
! . K,UWI No. ' " '
.. a,0ll)No, . ' .
I . .. auo.ooiiNo. 10 ' '. , :'
I .- joo.oooNo, u " ' " ;. '
auo.ouo No. is "
! aw.ootNe. 18
J00.U10 No. 20 " - '
WOJMOMo. m ' . - ,
no. I wniie lea npS :
2UU,0(IO No. a
llOO.OOU
UNO. S
The above are put up in packages of WO bags each.
We are manufacturing from sixty to seventy-five
thousand Bags per day .
MXON ft GHATFHL'D, , '
Paper Bag Manufacturers, ' i
And Wholesale Paper Tiealera, . :
: X23 , . 77 and 7 Walnnt-street. '
RIBBONS,
FLOWERS:
. Feathers and Winter Millinery, ';
Of evory description, which I am selling at a stnsl
advance on New Tork prices, wholesale and retail '.
' " J. VTEUB, Jr., v
no4 H IB4 riftb-street. bet. Base and Elm. '
OANDY! OANDI
; tflneeiasor to MgiUwOo,)' .
Mufcturer and Wholesale Dealen
FINK MB PLAIN CMDIES
40 MAIN BTBBBT. CINCINNATI
- ' :' my.1T
HENRY DAVID,
, . HaBufactojer and Whelesals Dealer la t '
' Sonne, Frfamery Fne Oooda, Ae.,
No. 278 MAIN-STREETJ
BCT WHEN BIXTHAN V (3KYBNTII , J
N::i: :'joubkrs bt calling And
O, JLe examining my Stock will find thatl
am aelllng lower than any other house in Jh eirf 1
!
RAILROADS.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859. CHICAGO,
Great Western and North-western
Great Western and North-western LINE.
AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
RAILROADS.
The Shertett Itente between OtBclaaatl ,
' and C'bioaae. . :
Three PaMengerTTainsleaveOinclnaall dally, from ii
the foot of MiliandFrontstreets. ,
i5 A. M.-Ofalcago Mall arrives at tndlanapell
at 1J: P. M Chicago at 10:30 1'. U. This train -oonneola
with all night tralua out of Ohloago tor '
the West and North-west) connect at Indianapo
lis wltb trains for Torre Baute; also with Pern,
trains for-Pern, Logansport, fort Wnyne and To
ledo. -J-' ,,
itli49 I", Bi.'-Terre. Hante anil Lay fayette Ao. ;
oonimiHiatlflu errtvea at Indlanapolid at :l P.M.,
maklug direot connections at iniflansnolls with La- '
layette tmlns for llwattir, f prlugBeld.Baples, Quln
oy, Hannibal and St : j.m.pti.
.T JPs lI.-;iimo jBxpsim arriveeat Indianapolis
i.'2:1 M- making clew oonjieotions at Chicago
with all mornlug trains out ot Chicago. ,',r
Bleeping cars are attached te all tne ntglil trains
on this line, and run through to Chicago without
change of oars. .
This Is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with feverable and reliable arrangement
with all connect ins o'ls thioiighont the entire
West) guarantees nnusiial care and the amplest ao
oonunodatioustothepatroueot tlilt line.
The Company's exclusive Telegraph Line Is used
when neotssary, to govern the movement of train,
and Lpughrldge'e celebrated Patent Brakes, are at'
tached to all piiescnger Iralne, by wlilch I hey cahh. '
perfectly controlled; beeidee all the other modern Im
provements necessary for the comfort aud safety of
passengers, the managers of this road have liberally
provided. : .l-i ; . , .
Smoking-car on thisline. -
srBosnreyon a re In the right tioketolMoe before
yon purchase yonr tickets, and ask for tlokeU via
Lawrencehnrgandlndlaiiapolia. ,
Faro the aama as liv .n, nth.. . nAM..'
checked tbrongh. ' ;"- ,
i nuun TioKiTTB, gooJ nntli nteil, ean be ob
talnedatthe ticket nfflriu. t M,wnr nV..
north-westoorner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bnr-
. V. . " . aiuui-atreei uonae, and -
at Denot ofdue. f.xit nf Milt nn ir. T 'iT...
allnecessary inft rtnation may Se bad,
Omnlbusos ms to and frow aach train, and will
call for nMsengerj at nil boUlj and all part ot tbe
eity, bi leaving address at elt i n office.
' ,. . -if . . . . , W. H. L. NOBLB,
nol ' Oeaeral Tloket :
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
RAILROAD
1-1 1 tp. ,,! I'll ...
CIX DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THE
fJ Hixth-atreet Denot.
Trains run through to Oleveland Baudd.ky, To.
lodoaud lndiauapolis without ohan of cam. ,
.uu.iuiiu-ncnwinviun.
A Tl 17 VUlf L'uu mil 1 lu l .... .
Blch u.ond. lnaianapoli., Latarette, Ch icaso, and all
.....viua. viuimeoi. uioomouu wun u. and '
forOxlord, Ao.. ,, ,
7i.l A. fll. Tit AIN-For Dayton, Springfield,
close connections with all trafus leaving Chicago th
sumo evening. Abo eonnecM at Urbaka ron (Jo- ''
toast's; at Bellefontalne with B. and 1. R. B.. Kast .
and West; at forest with Pituburg, Ifort Wayne and
Chicago jUilroad East and Weeti at Clyde with 1
Ckve and and Toledo llailroad trains fr Cleveland ',;
onwiterandlttanf.e. ...
III A, in. JXl'ltRHHTHAINror01ve1t.ii4 '
l Dolftwuro fur Dunkirk, BhQhIo, Boston, Neir
Hue for Pltteburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore; and aU
i 'i40 i, M""'"1 Hamilton. Blohmond,
Indianapolis, Terre Hants and tialut Louia: con
nects at Hamilton for Oxford, Ao. : '
nS;3UP. ni. TKA.lN-for Dayton, Springfield,
vnwiuuiaine. uima, ioieao, Detroit, (Jhlcago. and
alipoints in Canada. ' Oojnectsat Bellefontalne with
B. and I. It. It., East and West. .
I " a . V (' i 'xaaxv rorieve-
L4n'1.JlawDelKJwV,eJ0 Donl'rk, Buffalo, Boaton,
few York, and all Eastern cities. Also, oonneots a
asHlaprri !, a I m l - . . . ...
ii Tn n m i j i lra,n leaving umolnnatl at
11:50 P. M., leayeedally xxotrr Saiumats. All other '
trains leave dally kxoxpt bcarAre; :. . ...
or lurtner (uuirraatlgn,aud Xlckete, apply at th
aiumv dituuh, nnnr f rail anu ftrueu.
way; Ho. 168 Walnut-street, near Gibson House: at
the new Ticket Office, on the went side of Vine-treot.
betweenlPostofflce and Hornet House: at the Walnnt
street Honasjor at th Slxth-atreet Depot.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three
Trains JDaily.
l'wo Tbrough Expiem Trilna.
F
IRST TRAIN-DAY EXPRESS AT 10
-m. ' a. ta.i oouuecui via vuiumuua anu uieveianai
via Columbus, BteubenvHle and Pittsburg; via
wiiiuiuus. vremuue iuii x tsuurgi via uoium
bos and fiellalr (Wheeling). Also, lor KprlngfleHI.
This train stops between Clnolnnati and Columbus,,
at all the principal stationa.
HKCONIf TH AIN-Coiumbna Aocommodatlon
at 4i4l P. M. This train stops at all stations be
tueeu (lincinuatl and OolumbtiK, and 1'lnduuatl and
Springfield; . ' i ,
THIRD THAlN-Nlght Express at 1 li30 P.
BI., couuectsvla Colambus and Uellalr (Wlieullng)!
via tloluinbus, Urostline and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus Bteubenville and Pittsburg; via Columbus and
Cleveland. . .
Thl Train stops at Loveland, Morrow, Xenla '
end London. BLKEP1NQ 0AK8 ON THIS TBAIN.
avgrTbe Day Kxprea rnns through u Cleveland,
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via gteabenvllle, wltboni
change of oars.
The NIGHT IXt'KEDfl Train leaving Cincinnati
at Jli30 P. M., runs daily, except 8ATUKDAYH.
The other Trains rnn daily, exoert 8UNBAT8.
For all information, and Through Tickets to Bos.
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing.
toni Buffalo, Niagara Falls, 1
PitbiburK. Wheelinc. and all
I'unaira, uieveiaon,
the Sastern olacea.
apply at the OfSc., Walnnt Htre
Htreet House. No. 4 Bur-
net in
onse. south-east corner of Broadaavand Froat
streets, ana at ine unatern iNtpot.
Trains run by Cnlumbns time, which ia ssven mln-
ate faster tban Cincinnati lime.
J. DtJBAND, Bun't.
SOmntbnsei oallhrjasaengors by leaving direotiom
the Ticket Offloe. colt
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THROUGH WITHOUT OHANGK OP 0AB8.
Two Daily Train lor Vlnoennea, Cairo and 0t.
iOiiIs, at 1:30 A. At., and 1M P. At,
Three Daily Trains for Louisville, at 7: A.M.,
1:00 P. M., aud 7:S0 P. M.l
One Train ior Kvenavilie at 7:30 P.M. . '
Tbe Trains connect at Bt. lenia for all points to
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Qulncy and Keo
kuk; at Ht. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vloksblig,
raphes and New Orleans.
One Tbrongh Train on Hnnday at 7:3nr.H,
BcTtiBNiHo Past Line Leave Xast fit. Louis,
puuunj. AVuimi, a vitv n. m., amviDg at UlDOin
natt at U)M P. M. - . ...
exraxa TaAja Leaves Kast St. Louis dally at tif.0
P. M arriving at Cincinnati at 8:25 A. M.
vou THKonnn tkiki-.tiS
To all points West and South, please apply at the
uuum, naiuni'BiN I auuse, DClween DIXID and
Beventh-etreetn. No. 1 Burnet Bnuan. nnrner nfR. .
nnrth-weet oorusr of front and Broadway, Bpeaosr
WyseOflloe, and atth Depot, corner Front and Mill.
ttfWUf. W. H. CI.SMHirli'.Gen'I.Biiperintendent.
t j)mnlbnseeoaU tot aassengers, ocx
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
rouflrh' Route fop
IWMC HAOTB. ....
mi uuiDi
, liArAVrrT,
, , , CHICAGO,
.i,..i . lOBArlBf
' . DafBII
FOBT W A TNI
OolArfllrfo8
eonneotlons for allother WesUrnand North-wester
Klnta. This Train also connects at Klohmond with
aolnnatl and Ohloaso Beads, for Anderson, Koho.
Sallrw5!UVr lu" Tdoint oa Vyabash Vall.y
A&.&Zuv&Wl w nM0 BT.
LOUIHMOnT KXl-nltSH Tha above Trains makl
oiose counectlont at Indianapolis, Lafayotteand Cbl
ring
Selena, Uulucy, ' i'rutrle da Cblen, Fana. Peoria.
Punleith.Baclne, Decatnr, Bloetalngton, Jollet, La
Salle, Bt. Paul, and all town and cities In the North
trong'h Tickets give tad Baggage checked
lor further Information and Through Tiokti
Ely to TioketOQlar,norlb-eat corner ot Pront and
iroedway; Jfe. ltv Walnut street, near fourth; at
MnUiaat coiner Of rourth and Tlaa .trnnt. or at
theoUthtfeD 0B1()W Snixrfateaiient!
Omnlbw wiu rail tor passeng by Waving their
aane at either of the Tlckot Off ,
W W.B.TillTH, Agent,

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