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THE PRESS.
THURSDAY-
, DBCBtttBlUi 13
THE FIRST SNOW-SHOWER.
BY JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL.
The maw bad tni In the gloaming,
And hnailv ill th. nfffht
Had been heaping Held and highway
if
With a silence deep end white.
I.
Every pine and flr and hemlock,' ""
Wore ermine too dear for an earl;
And tba poorest twig oa ttaa aim tree
Was ridged Inch deep with pearl.
From sheds, new-roofed with Carraim,' ,
Oame Chanticleer's moITled crow:
The atiff rnlii war softened to iwan't down
And ttill fluttered down lb mow.
I thought of a mound in sweat Auburn, '
Wber.elllMelhed.toiiestoodl
How tha flukes wara folding It gently.
Ai did robins tba babe In tha wood.
Tpapokaonrown Uttla Mabel,
Baying. "Father, who makes it snow I"
And I told of tha Rood Allfather,
Who care for na all balow.
Again I looked at tba mow (mil, '
And thought of the leaden sky
That archeoo'er onr flrat graat aorrow.
When that mound was heaped to high.
I rataambar tha gradual patience1
That fell from that olond Ilka anow,
Flake by flake, beating and bldlaf
Iba soar of that deep-etabbed woa.
And again to tha child I whispered, . . ..
"The anow that hnshetb all,
Darilng, tba marollol Father
Aluns oan maas It fall I"
Than, with eyes that aaw not, I kissed hsr,
And aha. kla.lng hark, could not know,
That my kias wis gtvsn to har ililar
Folded cloa 'naatb tha deepening snow.
A Fihrt curb for Lumbago, The fol
lowing amusing though somewhat pain
ful incident aotually ooourred at a farm
house riot a great many miles from the
village of Copetown. All are subject to
the ilia of the flesh, and a worthy and
highly respected man wasseverely afflioted
with that painful ooinplaint, lumbago; so
in u oh g, indeed, that he could not stand
erect, and oould walk with great difficulty.
As in common in auoh oases, it was
thought desirable to rub the ufflicred
iMirt with some spirituous compound; and
ibnt the application might he the more
('(Tactual, the good man was turned with
fiis ba';k to the Are, while the good wife
gave nweet relief, now applying the spirit
uous oil, new warming her palm over the
oheerv blnze, and again chafing the af
flicted" part. While thus engaged, it un
fortunately happened that, without the
L'ood damo observing it, the spirit upon
her hand took fire, and with a magnetic
Hhe at onoe set the old gentleman's
)a.K in a name, vde eiteew produoea
were ttkiu to the miraculous. He bounded
up with a new-born energy, he yelled and
rubbed round the house, uttering a string
of expletives totally unworthy of a deacon.
Fortunately, the fuel that supplied the fire
was noon exhausted. Tired and sore, he
was put to bed, and, we are happy to add,
cured ot ms lumbago, and has never bad
it since.
Hsart thb Mbasvbb or Man. A man's
foroe in the world, other things being
equal, is just in the ratio of the foroe and
btrengtn of tba Heart. A lull-hearted
raau is always a powerful man; if lie be
erroneous, then he is powerful for error,
if the thing in his heart, then it is sure to
make it notorious; even though it be a
downright falsehood. Let a man be eter
eo ignrount, still, if hit heart be full of
love to a cause, he becomes a powerful
man for that object, because he has
heart power, heart force. A man may
be deSoient in many of the advantages of
education, in many of those nioeties
whioh are so muoh looked upon in sooiety;
but onoe give him a strong heart that
beats hard, and there is no mistake about
his power. Let him have a heart that is
full up to the brim with an object, and
that man will do the thing or else he will
die clorionsly defeated, and will glory in
his defeat Heart is power.
Condition of Tawaa Two Ucndrbd
Years Hence. Scene Library in the
house of an elderly gent somewhere in
Australia. Old gent telegraphs to the
kitchen, and waiter asoends in a balloon.
Old Gent: John, fly over to Calcutta, and
tell Mr. Johnson that I shall be happy to
have him sup with me. Never mind
your coat now. Oa John leaves, and at
the end of five minutes return. John:
Mr, Johnson says ho will come; he has
got to go to St Petersburg for a moment,
end than he will be here 014 Gent.
Very well, John Now start the maoMno
for setting the table, and telegraph to my
wife's room, and tell her that Mr. Johnson
is ootning than brush np my balloon, for
I have an engagement in London at twelve
o'clock.. John flies to execute his orders,
and the old gentleman runs over, to the
West Indies for a moment to buy a fresh
orange. " "
A PtBASAlfT SLBEPIlf , CoMAOTON.t
One must be easy in his mind to go' to
sleep quietly, but what must have been
the feeling of the etrapger who was sent
up-otairi in a western hotel to sleep 'with
a backwoodsman, who gave him this Wel
come: "Wa'll stranger, I've no objection
to your sleeping with, me, none In the
least; but it seems to' me the bead's rather
narrow for you to sleep comfortable, con
sidering how 1 dream. You see, I'm an
oM trapper, and generally dream of shoot
ing and scalping Injuns. At the place I
stopped night before last they charged me
five dollars extra 'cause I happened to
whittle up the head-board with my knife
while 1 was dreaming. But you Can
oome to bed, if you like. I feel kinder
peaceable to night"
J "' ' ' ,') a-akaSStJJJJaaa inaiai
A Nbw Situation as Waithi-A writer
in the Mobile Tribune tells the follow
ing: . For many years, Moses, a negro,
whs a servant at the University of Ala
bama, and waited on the students very
faithfully. He was, however, a great
hypocrite, and waa on that aooount com
monly called "Preaoh,'' among the boys.
One day he was! pissing a "crowd of stu
dents, when one of them, out of misshief,
called to him and said: v-
"I say Preach, what are you going to
do when the deril gets youf . . j.
"Wait on the students," was the Imme
diate reply.; ,';;!'.
' ' ' . .
RaBCAMTT OF TBI DlTIL. A flnnairn
enlarging on the rascality of the devil,
got off the following: "I tell you that
tho devil isn't to be believed; for when I
v as about getting religion he told me
fiat if I did get religion,. I could go into
good company, and lie and cheat or any
such thing, but I bave found him out to
boa great har.",,, t r ,
SSrVwhofs he?'"said passer by ' to a
polioeman who was endeavoring to raise
an intoxicated individual who had fallen
into the gutter- "Can't say, sir," replied
the polioemai, "he can't give an account
or himself." "Of course not" 'said the
o'her; "how can you expeot an account
from a aaa who has lost bis balance."
OLLA-PODRIDA.
0 Charley Wisdomtoeth, (to old lady):
"Say, missus, oan you tell me what makes
them 'ere roosters feathers so smooth?"
Old lady: ''o, my son." Charley:
"Why, its because they always carry
their combs with 'em. 's Old lady: "Here s
sixpence for you,"
Three gentleman being at a tavern
whose names were Moore, Strange, and
Wright, says the last: "There is but one
cuckold in the company, and that's
Strange." . "Yes," answered Strange,
'here is one Moore." "Ah," replied Moore,
"that's Wright"- -
A reeular thvsioian beine sent for by
a quack doctor, expressed his surprise at
oeing oallea in' on an ooousion apparently
trifling.' "Not so trfling, my good Buy
replied the quaok; "far, to tell yoa the
truth, I have by mistake taken some of
my own pills."
A late celebrated judge, who stooped
very muoh when walking, had a stone
thrown at him one day, which fortunately
tiasied over him without hittins him.
Turning to hia friend, he remarked, "Had
I been un upright iudge, that might have
oaused my deathl
Arithmetical rriiTB. If four dogs,
with sixteen legs, can catch twenty-nine
rabbita with bighty-seven legs, in forty
four minutes, how many legs must the
same rabbits bave to get away from eight
dogs with thirty-two legs, in seventeen
minutes and a half? .
No ODioyment, however inoonsidera
ble, is oonjined to the present moment
A man is theJ happier for life from having
made one an agreeable tour, or lived for
any length of time with pleasant people,
or enjoying any considerable interval of
innooent leisure. Sidney Smith.
Svmpatbv of thb N'ervbs. The New-
York Medical Press says:
When thg nerves, from long habit, bave
become aoduntomed to transmit their
messages from disiinot parts, and are
suddenly out off from them, they will
reta.n along their trunks the sympathetic
or. sensational actions. Thus, a man who
has a leg amputated will feel distinctly
along the course of the trunk of the nerve
sensation from toes whioh no longer
exittt The: mind is also influenced by
this, and frequently this peculiar direct
nervous action can only be allayed by
thut whioh. is negative and reflex. A
carious instance occurred within my own
experience. An old sailor suffered much
from this, j He retained his diseased foot
1 too . long, but at last consented to an
amputation. 1 knew him with only a
wooden let. When he had his nervous
pains be always called for hot wattr, into
whioh he put his wooden stump. If told
of his folly in supposing that such a
proceeding could do any good, he would
beoome enraged, and his paroxysm of
pain would inorease; but if gratified, he
took things easy, and the process actually
appeared to do him good, though all must
know there oould be no real benefit
Still, here is the effect of mind over
matter, i
Orioin of Familiar Quotations.
"When the Greeks joined the Greeks,
then was the tug of war," usually quoted,
"When Greek meets Greek then comes
the tug bf war," Nathaniel Lee, 1692.
"Of the two evils, I have chosen the
least," Prior. "Riohard is himself again."
Oolley Cibber. "As dear as a whistle,"
Byron, 1763. "My name is Norval," John
Home, 1803. "Ask me no questions, and
I'll tell you no fibs," Goldsmith. "What
will Mrs. Grundy say," Thomas Morton.
"No pent up'.Utica contraots our powers,"
Jonathsin M. Sewell. "Hath given hosta
gea to! fortune," . Baoon. "His (God's)
image Out in ebony," Thomas Fuller.
"First in war, first in peace, and the first
in the hearts of his fellow-oitizens," foot
countrymen, resolutions presented to the
ixuuBH : ui jtvepruBBuiauves, Aeoemoer,
1799, prepared by General Henry Lee.
"Millions for defense, but not one cent
for tribute," Charles C Pinokney. ,lThe
Almighty dollar," Washington Irving
'As good as a play," King Charles, when
in Parliament attending the disoussion of
Lord Boss's divoroe suit bill. "Fast and
looseflbid. "Pumping a man;" Otte
way's Venice Preserved. "In the wrong
box," Fox's iaart7rs'.""Tb haokney news-
papery Latin quotation, "Tempore mutan
tur, nos et mutamur in illis," is not found
in any olassio or Latin author.
Hof Sba Birds Obtain Fbbsh Water.
The question la often asked, where sea
birds obtain fresh water to Blake their
thirst, but we hav.j never seen it satisfac
tory answered till a few days ago. An
6ldT skipper, with whom we were convers
ing on the aubieot saye that he had fre
quently seen these birds at sea, far from
any land that could furnish water, hover
ing around, and under a storm oloud,
olatterina like ducks on a hot da.v at a
pond and drinking in the drops of rain as
they fell. They will smell a rain squall a
hundred miles, or even further off, and
soud for it with almost inconceivable
swiftness. ' How Ions sea birds oan exist
without water is only a matter of con
jecture,, put probably their powers of
enduring thirst are increased by habit,
and possibly they can go without it for
many days, if not for several weeks.
Thb Boy and thb Flood. "Father."
said a young lisper of some four sum
mers, "when wath the flood?"
"O, my son," replied the parent, "that
happened a long time ago.".
"watn we alive then persisted the
little inquirer.
- "INo," dear waa the reply, "the flood
we read of in the Bible, happened many
thousand years ago." .- .
"Well, now," rejoined the boy in great
disgust, I'that is too bad! I thought Tom
Brown another youngster of tho same
age wath flbbia . He thaid to me thith
morning that he was there then, and
waded .throughl"v , .; it , .(
MtoaAr . .. i fj i i ,
v , uuuuuj iDumauai who was
caught in-a-water-wheel, says he intends
to apply for sponsion, as he is a survivor
oi uis jteyoiuHDn, . . r Ji :
KTPots are said to speak with, their
tell ' Would it be proper to eall a short
taiiea aog a stump orator -
aaawMtatawnMaMaaMawaaMaBawMawaaaaKa.
HARRISON COLLINS'
CENTRAL BEE-HIVE GALLERY, cor
nar of Fifth and Win.... di.i.....i.
MaUlnotTBM ana AmhSr.STi 5.""?CI,.,J
aliewhart In tba dty. . dlVOolored PhoSrniT.a
-i'fr"'.ir,m Vn i? tb 'tnalleat mlnlatura.
rlnn and firacalaM. All worwarrantm" "lB"
"5, r A. f.lJtOOM, Artlit.
THE OYSTER 'TRADE.
O.S.MALTBY
Dftatia nr
Wo'
FRESH CAN
YSTEiBS
COTE
OYSTERS.
j opicea uysteri.
PIOHLEO OYSTKRS
FsTIHB 8DBSCRIBBB IS SOW RECBIV.
BL INO DAILT, br the adama Cxprara, MALT.
b 1 o wona-ranownea vainmore
Fresh Can, Keg- and Shell Oysters,
EOSX OER, Agent '
FT-tf
P(pot. 11 Want Fih.trat
OYSTERS.
OAVAGN A'S
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 81 WEST FIFTn.STB.KKT.
npHH SUfSCBIBEK IS NOW E30BIV.
-SL INO dallf, sor Ezprota, bla gnlendid Orttora.
Havlnc conu'leteu arrangumanta In Ualtimora, on
the most extensive aoala, I will at all tlmea duiiat
tba seaaon be ore tared to fnrnlah mf frlond!,. W
tha reel of maukiuil," with the moat DSLI0IOU8
uiVALVKHlniportad to tha Uuaen t'lty. None bin
tba vary heat ituiHirUnl. Great lnduoamanta oCerixl
at tbla ImDortlna-hODie.
Order aloliclted and promptly died. Termacaab,
promptly flllod. Tormaca
PETKR CAVAflN .
lejIOt
Sol
lelmnortttfana Proprietor.
J OYSTERS.
TODD'S OLD STAND,
7aT0. SO SIXTH-STREET. I AM RKCEIV-
ylM MIS. SKTU'S Calabratad MAMMOTH
OYaTKES which 1 am aelling
low priow br oaje or dozen. De
at nnnreoaueutod
Onalara and ramiUoa
wauling a very large, freeh Oyater, will pleaae tend
their ordera. Attached to tbia establishment la a
nice, duiet, reapeotabU saluoii, where jou oan have
Oymon Ooukoil in .very style, and aerved up In a
olea mud tuyerlur manner. Cbarsea '.eea than at any
other lae. loolul JOHN KAIKK.
THOS. SMITH'S
BALTIMORE
SUPERIOR OLD PLANTATION
OYSTE3RS,
Depot, 93 Hycamoretr.ec, ointo.lte the
National Theater. ,
R. C. BOOKING, Agent. :
ALSO-Drcs-wl i'lah and Gamai freeb and awaai
Butter, ao., dell? ered at all hours, free of ohargo.
deltf j
If You Want
rise, Fat, Freeh 0(KiM,(j
TODD'S
Miupinin Bonumi, at bla Wholesale and Batall Oys
ter Houae, , ' ' .
253 253 SlOO 253 253
. WAI.NUT-STif EKTi
noN Fifth door above Sixth, west aide.
J. FARROW & SON'S
CELEBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
received daily by tee Adama Ex J
presa tompany, in whole and half oani. HTyl f aj
All Oyitera sold warranted freab and of kJnr'Jr
the very beet toalilr. J. B. OWINUB,.
Agent. No. 17 lfth-street, bet. Main
and walnut-atreeu.
N. B.-The trade inppllad on tha nioat liberal
terine ocjrn
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
DR. SXWL 8ILSIIEE
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
1HK SKIN, BHECUATISU, SISXASIS 01
WOMEN, and snob Obronlo oomplalntaaa mar be
benefitted by the Hygyenlo and Atmopathlo system
of hlaoffloe.
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Amnio, Meroury, Tur
klab; Btuilan and XlMtro-Obemloal Baths, a Dls
pensary of Medicine, and vaty manner of Klentrlo
andMagnttlo Apparatas.
NO. 47 WtflT SKVENIH-STHICXT,
aWTOIBce hatra A. M. to o .Sjtf-fff
Rs 8i KEWTONi M. D.
Offtce, CO Wet Seventh Street,
SSTWIM TISB AID SAOB.
800
O. E. NEWTON, M. I.
Orntn Ne. 90 West Seventh atvutt. hatwon Tina
aud hace. Besidenob Ho. 63 Seventh, street, be-
wuen Wttlnut and Vine. Orrioi Hocaa 7X to 8
A, MtoJi P. H.t7tn P. M. ,
WM . M . HUNTER,
DENTIST;
J. TAFT,
(Sncceaaor to Knowlton ft Tart.) .
DENTIST.
No. S3 Wee t Fourth St., bat. Walaat VVn
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
op24
PURE AIR!
New!Modef Ventila ion!
Call and 8i e One of
SAWYER fe'CO'S
P ATENT
Heittng and Ventilating Farnaees,
1aeraUoaat
CHAMBERLAIN. 4 00:'R
Store Ware-rootna, No. 51 sn4 6S Vtnt-it
LI- . .
Sawyer & Co.
ANCHOR
Coal Cooking Stove,
AWABDED.THB 8ILVEB UIDAti i
; STATE FAIR,
Held at ZstMsrllle, October, I89. '..'
MANUFAOTTJRED BY " 1
CIMMBEULAIN & CO.,
SAMPLE AND BALLROOMS, '
No. 51 ami 32 VInc-st
. . ' '-''"i'ii:..
" (Se0Bi door Balow Columbia,) i:,,,','
; ' c IJN 01 N V ATI. OH I Q, " '
(lioS'iwi '
Book Binding
IK ALL ITS BRANCH KB, NO. 8 EAHT
einnatl rtB",,r"et' tween M,B ""l"' camoe, (Jl.
:
,
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MISCELLANEOUS.
$30. , 930. $30. Vr$30.
MOOREB
. Thirty-Dollar Double lock-Stitch, .
FMILlf SEWING M1CI1INES
BKOTJBID BY EIOKNT LXTTXBS PATIENT,
THIS MACHINK HAS 1 BEEN . PRO
KOONOkJD by all eompetetit J.daea, wh.
hare aeen It, to be tne beat and moat doalrable Fam
ily Sewing Alaubiue ever lntrodnoed, reatardleaa
91 price, it win tew an annae ot laniiiy gooaa,
from me very tnioaeet to tne very nnost raurica maao,
and naea all kindi of thread, from No. S to 300.
No fill la naed on top of the Machine.
Bend for a circular, or call and aee it in operation.
Cpon early applloatlon, State and County Bighteinay
beaacured.
Aneaergetto beraonoan make fbrtnueln aihort
mm, Agenia wnnteu in an nnaota territory.
U. C. HURTIUAN,
Scle andexclastve agent for the United atatea,
. Wltfait feS.eet ronrth-atmt. Clnolnnatl.
Day's Medal Jobber.
W.T.&S.D.DAY&00.,
: Maaofactnren and Dealer In '
PRINTING PRESSES,
(BOTH HAND AND POWKB,) , '
Ana all klnSa nt Printing Mnterlnla, Noa.
1T3, 13 and 177 VV'e.t Hwone-.treet,
i- CniNCIJINATI, OHIO.
1? I SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
Ui t0 Onr ME ML JOBRRR. Within the lut
eighteen monthe we have lntrodnoed them into four
teen different Statea or the Union, with the greatest
satla faction to the portit purchasing. The power la
piipuru tu iu. center 01 in piamu : conaeQuenTiy
there Is no nseihllltv of ita .nrlnffln fmm a,,v
amount of pressure, the motion ie an transmitted
to It oa to came a dwell on the point of contact wltb
tha form. In. urine A PKurKOT IMPHPusnAN a,
a high rate of aneed.
1'ilnters In want of the BEST JOBBTJB should
aniiuation. They are strong, durable and rapid, and
are WaKBANTBD to give the moat entire aatla-
nt nnrcnaae eisewnere witnont aivinv true an
iaonou. no3
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUNP
at laat lust what the Tiadln. hnra l.n. iiaaHaa
and looked for In vain, the Uterine Bllxlr.
ine uienne biixir is warraniea to cure aiiaia
Mts of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of the
wemrj, tne H.tdueys, the (i varies, and the Urethra.
Prolapsus or Falling of tne Womb, Painful Memira
ation, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; in faot, a perfect cure
la guarratiteed by t be use of from two to live bottles
of the Bllxlr, of any disease whatever of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
matter of bow long standing. Price II per Bottle,
Madame ILLIs calls particular attention to the
following Card of one of the most prominent Drag,
gists of Clnolnnatl.
"To tii Public aid tii Ladies n Pabiiouub.
We, the undersigned, are not In the habit of giving
onr name to Patent Medicines; but knowing well the
bady Physician, and the medicine called the Ctiiine
Illxlr, we cheerfully recommend. It to all females
suffering from Female Diseasea of any kind; it is
purely vegetable, and Is nd ease oan do injury; wt
say to all try, and onr word for it. you will find relief-
t V. V. HItl, Druggist,
iepI7 ; "Oorner of Fifth aud Bace-alreeta." ,
MADAME ELLIS'S 8pXnISH StMtJ
LATINO OOTJOB AMD LITER BALSAM
ui6' wlJnont In the Breast, Baok,
ui utiuvmi uhiiui, tms, Hoarseness, vim
tnlty of Breaiblng. Headache. Flatnlencv. ITeert
burn, Obronlo Bhenmatism. Billions Cholie. Crams
Uholfo, Griping Pains of the Bowels, Dullness,
";,rji un,niiy, uon oi appeiiie, ana in rain
ml Monstraatlon It li a certain cure, and gives
immediate relief. In any of tba above diseases
It will give relief in twenty minutes, and a perma
nent Cure by the use of ip bottles. Only M cents
Pr Dottle-o cheap that every person oan get It.
N. B. For sale fcyF. D. BILL, Druggist, oerner
of Baoe and Fifth-stnwts: J. D. PARK, comer of
cuunn ana waiuut; buikk, liUISSI tljj or io,
K
IIALIS fATJEPIT.
. J: i' ' ; i
THE MOST RELIABLE FIBE AMD
BCBOLAB PBOOF SAFES. They have given
more satisfaction than any other now In use.
We offer a reward of DISK THOU8AMI DOL.
LAKH to any person that oan, op to the present
time, show a single instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their contents.
With this 8AFI we ohallenge all competition, as
being the best Fire Proof. Bnrelar Proof, or Tire
fD? "Pt'lar Proof now made; and are willing to
t with any establiihment ,1a the Union, smiths
oTsiOUO icneii to tne other, the ana
w e are prepared to
cost, than any othi
wea
-s prepared to furnish i
better Safe, amd at less
States,
ier manul
unrer in uie united
Second-band Safea of other m.Wer. tu,
Werespeotfcllv invite the public to call and exam
Ine onr stock before nurobaslng elsewhere.
BALL, OABBOLL A 00..
UglaVvt Boa
14 and 17 last Columbia street.
Wl B. D0DD8,
rormsrlyof HalUDodds AOc.j Utte Crban.DodJaAOo.
W. B. Sodd & Co.,
susnrrAortnuag o n
oo3saron.3a,a?3Ei
Pfrc and Burglar Prool
St J3L1P in mi
B. W, Corner otytn it Second streets.
This Is themnat rell.MA IR11 A NTS UnPAI.l
rnuur aivr x. inn mnae in in. uniteu ni
ni;., b . fci " . . . . - r jff-:r .i.Y
tab, anil
Sly free from damp. Can be sold
la of better workmanship than
ere, ' . i .
oan be found elsewhere,
V7e have a larae assortment on hanrf . ..s m
lermlned to sell at pricea that cannot fail to pUnvm, .
Old Safea
Takea In aaehange. SEOOND-HANS 8AF18 ai
ways en hMO at extremely Low prices. 9fjf
FRESH FISH'
SALT-WATER AND LAKE FIHB
' ' '-At. ' '! - - -
TOZER'8 EASTERN FISD DEPOT
No. 306 Tlae-sUt beu Fifth and Sixth.
MR. T 0 Z E E BEOS TO ANNO UNCI
i ."A! has eelabliahed a Tegular depot for tba
nl. of all kinds of salt-water Viah. fr.sh from New
York : also Lake Fleh from Cleveland and Banduskjl
logettiM wltnoiamsand Oysters in the shell, Loo'
stars, Crabs, Eels (alive), and all kinds of seasonable
Oam. and Can Oysters. He will furnish the above.
ft'."..4011 THAN: ANT OTUIB
PLACE IN THB 01TY. Family orders promptly
attended to and sent home free do targe. Ploase
can an 'eava vnnr nrdara. 14
SADDLE,, TKIIW AJID IlABNESS
MANUFACTORY, .
10a Maiotreet. three doors above Third.
KEEP ON AND AND MAKE TO OR
DEB til It nrla nf HnrM tnny.lnpa 4. i a
aud most in btMi till manner. Alio, a Urim aort-
D. S. CABBICX.
noin-ar
VTIRANJELLN TYPE AND 8TIRI0TTPI
iwnw Tin. uiu r ouriiii.iun uiuivnun, c&iiier
of John anlTBlith; PAUL BBINLEIN, comer el
F.lghth and Freeman. Also, KDWABD HOAKLAli
JVi mrf of .Main and Fonth; and Madame
BLLIH, m West Sixth-Street. ' , sepai-ay
, 1 1- " i M"
1
ags. lirldle Bits, 6af!io Eobis, Vsllaa? (tuT wSt
sole-leather), Mall Trunks, Sponge, and a large as
sortment belonging to this line. I will tell as low
as tb. lowest.
.
INSURANCH.
8IA1F
AUTHORITY,
Incorporated 181 9: Charter Perpetual
VAsencv establlibed In OlnclnnAll In 1 K'J.l. an.
tedatlng all tireeent local IiintiranceCoiQpa.il lea aud
Agendo in the Insnrauce bimluei. In ttiiu aity.
years conrlant duty hero, ccmblned with wealth, ex
porlenoe.cn to vprloe and liberality, eapeolnllr com
mend the ASTNA Insurauoe Uonipany to the favor,
ble vatronaoa of tbia ooinimiriiai---tandlnff aolltarv
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of lH ti.
Leasei valdlndnclnnnti durlnsT paat Fir
Veura, 9130,034 'it.
OaBhOapital8l,000,000.
ABSOLDTX and unimpaibed.j with a
9UKPli;S Oh $1,030,423 BO.
And the prestige of 40 yarssnrcesaandeaealeno,
IKViBTMlain OF ' 1 '
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPVTIDDH t If ftl'J.ft
00.000. 1,OSSKf
date been paid by the BStua
insurance Company In
i it, nkiiE .iti v.uira.
Fire and Inlnud Navigation
Bisks accepted
Kepecial atteutlon given to insurance of Dwellings
rmi cnnai.inuL wun anivonr.v anil iaif nronfjL
id Contents, for terms of 1 to or i i .
Aislicatinn made to nnv dulr
-nthorlzed Agent
iromntiv attended to. llv atrlot attention to a leoit.
mato insurance LofllnaBB. this Oomnanv la ananled
to oBer both IndotLuity for the paet and socurltyfor
the future. P lieu issued without delay by
JAB H.CIA ITKu, Agent, No. 40 Alain atrMt.
A. f. PATO '.Assistant Agent,
H. K. LlKD KY, Agent 171 Vine street. '
J. J. B00K1 !, Aisent. Fulton . 17th Ward. tit
WESTERN INSllUNCK COMPANY
op cikciujiati. vl
OFFICE IN THE SECOND STORY OF
Mo. Front-street, between Main and Sycamore.
This Company Is taking fire, Inland and Marine
BUIta at currant rates of premium. ,
Liossea iairiy adjusted and promptly paid, r . ., , ,
MBKOTOBS:
T T Eckert.
r Ball.
SW Pomerov,
W 0 Mann.
iiiiuiu VI to Li U a 1 U 11 iinvutfr.
Iiolwrt Mitchell, W 11 Oomslock,
William Ulenu.
W 0 Whitoher,
hum otone, "
iwui Ducnaoan, uuooaw,
Sellew, . . Both Kvaufl,
David Gibson, II firaclinian, '
H Clearwater. Thou It Klllntt.
ueooiaii,
J H Taafte, '
J Qlabam,
i. v. ACHltr, Preeident.
BTtrHEM Mnna, gecretnry. nog
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Iusiirance Company,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
1 DIBKCIOBS:
William Wood. Tfsmin n.,nuli. '
james imnningnam.
Andrew ISrkenbrsoher,
Geo. W. Bitboa,
James If. Cunningham, Sydney 8. Clark. . .
Joseph ltfcaklrt, ,;;
ij, Wm. Fisher, ...
. , . uoorge li, Blxoii,
1 IMA" - fOPKLEN, Presld.ntf ,
Oro. W. OoPiLtN, Ueoretary.
A. It. BOSS, Surveyor.
Is prepared to Issue Policies on Fire and Marine
Bisks, on favorable terms. Office Ho. 3 West Third
street, Trust Co. Building. noSbtm
National Insurance Co.,
' , Clncluuntl, Ohio. v
(Office South-west Cor. Main and Front-streets.) '
Marine, Inland Transportation and
,', "' 1 ire Bisks , ,. , ;
TAK!bN AT CL'BHENT RATUf
' ! : " " BIBICTOBSi '-.;",. '
John Bnrgoyne, EM Smith, Uobert Moore, .
wm Hopyorth, Chas L Moore, M Fecbhelmer, '
FX Wledemer, TbosOng. fw Smith,' .;
JLBoss '1'hosB Biggs, Henry Bills. '
H. J. UBKliB, Sw'y. JhO. BUBGOYNB.Pies.
, noebfm P. A. SriiiouaM, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
,i ,, ESTABLISHED IN 1939. .
CAPITAL 8150,000.
OFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN-
SrtlRB against Loss and Damage by Flreialsm
Perils of tho Sea and Inland Navigation.
! TJtft MlllYIRBt
4np.vv unriweu, Aiiea uouier,
Wllllnm lUanv.
John W Bills,
JauwsLupton, Chas. w Rowland,
John i W Dudley, Jauios A Frnzor, J W Cauflnld,
U T Woodrow,
ft in it iiiyior.
A 8 Wlnslow,
iT. nstnin ( Rail
JilH -j U' nilimi'ur i I.,.
g, TT. Wiuhik, SoerotniT. 1 noi
! F1UE AND MAUINE.
Eagle Insurance Company,
OP CINCINNATI.
. J. W. GABBItON, President.
8. W. BEEDEB, Seoretair.
DreEQTORii-Henry Kealer, Anthony Fay, Wm.
wood. J. W. Garrison, Samuel II. Tart, Oeorge W.
Townley. Bmlth Belts. '
Btavaioss-J. B. Lawderand Dsvld Baker, d9ay
MAUl-KIO
Kdoaui
no low simnoim jm
aSinsod qiijt aoi)Wdde
Hxit-qnjttiO0 nn aim-ojojw -joq "a
4,00 2? HaittVH 'M. 'Ax
i "sjenoa pun sonignii eiqnjjoj ''y 'Uana
qtomliiiiiofl -slesoej juog 's.Uuw iutoh 'alea
utUaepun pav jsddn qjoq Cfio Su),uiiu1i-it'
NOW fiNOHIS NI dQ. Xfld '83ZIS TI V
sniHpeejpuBiLioo ,
"IHW HllOltil
IH"U t"is Sufpnuo iqsj-iod
aOOFL(w ! llOOlIVCg !
rilHE OUTCALT ELASTIC ME.
JS- TALLIOBOOFINO" is offered to the pnbllo
the best and obeapost Metal Boof now used, ita
merit tested by an experience of years Ih this city
and violnlty. Apnliod to flat or stoop, old or new
buildings. No solder used fastened securely with-,
ont exposure to the action of the elomeuts.
.tPrr! "heels, boxed for shipment to any part of
the United States, can be applied by any one with
ordinary nieohauica) skill. Orders promptly filled.
OALDWTCLIj A Cl).
jyla-tf '
oaTMt
' las West becond street.
MACinjSE-MADK
PAPKR
BAGS, for Grocers, Druggists. Tea Dealer, and
ctb.rv, made from extra qui
uituD. iui tin
1 ail
liy of VYrapplug, jia
uiu ana it oiie 1 eu raj
'ajar,
VVm
WO.UiJONo. 1
raspkig and Manilla;
soll,WJoo. a
SMI.OOONo. 8
JU,(Xilo. 4 .. -
1IUI,00!) No. '
JMl,QtNo. '8
auo.oooiio. io
jo,xi Ko. a -
M,I1C No. 15
200,000 Ne. 18
aoo.ote No.
0,tKIONo.a '
Vm No. 1 Whit Te Bags;
jucuoono. a ,
200.UWI MO. 8 , "
The above are put op Id pack.
bov. are put op Id packages of MO bags eaab.
agYfrda11 S""a tT 40 "TBp"fl,s
Wa are
thotuani
, JilAUM CJ1ATJT1BLD,
P.P?X B Manufacturers,
. Aud Wholesale Paper Dealers,
. ' 77aud7 Walnut-street.
oett
RIBBONS,
FLO "W; EE S
BT--
'; Feathers and Winter Millinery, .;
.very desorlptlou, which I am selling at a sml
advance on New York prices, wholesale and retal'r '
, . :. J. WEBB. Jr..
no4
H Ifii rifth-slreet. hot. Bice ar,d Rim.
O AND Y I OANDY
OtoeomotUi miOts),,;l ! '
MiwAuTacturtri wd Wholesale Dealrt
' '" uv in.,.,.;
40 HAM 8TBEET, CINCIlfXATI
mrir
HOLIDAY OOODS.-Wo haTe- Just W
oelrtda largo snprlyof new 1 ftilts. srioh a
Figs. Prunes, Katariil I'enchu, 1'luenppU, Illaokr
berries and Strawberries, awortod Jellies and Jaoii,
Preserved fruits, In endleaa variety ; delicate' Old
Port. Hherry, Madeb a and Cbampagaat Wines, forsa
Ing the largest and uvjk! ooiuiileut unsnrtiaent of
good tblnts " eivr orferod In tne city before. For
sale, wholesale mil retail, by -i.
A. AlcDOfALD CO.,
de!2 M and Branch Htore 341) Weal Funrth-st.
WM. II. B ALU WIN, ATTORNBf
SAND COllNSXLLtB AT LAW and Master
ptnmlssloner of the baperlor and Common I'lms
VO: Bank Building, north west corner of Mala
B4 Thlrd-etnets,
RAILROADS.
RAILROADS. Change of Time-November 14, 1859.
CHICAGO,
Great Western and North-western
LINE.
AND CINCINNATI.
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
RAILROADS.
The Shortest , Roufo between OlaelaanM '
t " t(, . and Chloago. ' ' ''.in ',, "
' Hires Paasongort ralniiloaveOlaoianalldally, from .
the foot of SI ill and Front streets. ,. ,
Oi5 A. IM. Chloafo Alflil arrives at Indianapolis .
atliW P. M., Clilotgo at 10:30 1'. 41. This train
oonnecta wltb nil' night trainaiut of Chicago lor
the West nud tltth-west Cbnueots at Iudimmpc.
""h ivi inui, unutv, uiau viii . i:ri
trHlus for teiu. LiMfauoBort, I"" V arus and To
ledo. 1 L ' ' ' ..
ii witii (iiiij mr Taire tlaute; ulso With J'ertl
P. HI. Term tlantn and I.avtrell An.
aud iiaytaretie AO.
napolisat :la P.M..
ndjanapulls with la
iglteld, Maples, Vjln-
rrlvn. at Tnriljtn.nAlla
cownioijAuoa arrives at Indlanap
maaioii oireci wnnecuona at Inul
layette trains for jvxealur, Sprlucfl
vy, cuuhmibiiiiiih, oaenu.
t P. III. Ohlcago Kaprein arrives at Indianapolis
at 12:16 A. n., making close connections at Ohlcesn -
at 12: 16 A. M., making clese connections at Ohlcsso -wltb
11 1 morning trains out of ilhtcago. .
on tbia line, anil ran thtongli to Chicago without
change of oars, ,
. okveiukcui era helschhu hi an li. tunnt frina
Tbts la exclusively a Weslorn and' North-western
route, and with favorable and ryliAManrMiifrBniAt.ta
with all connecting roaits throughout the entire
West , gnarnutecs nnnsual care anil i be amplest an i
eommodatlons tolthe patrons ol this Hue.
ino iompaoy s exclusive ieiegrapn iilne is used
when ncceaearv. to envern IIia m.MTnent nf ttna
aud Longhridga'a oelobrated Patent Brakes, are T.
(ached to all pansonger trains, by which they oanb
perfectly controlled; betides all the other modem 1m.
provementa Decassary ror the conitort aud sanity ol
pnraengers. the mauacara of thla load haminierallw
provide,!. t...
ninoKing-cors va inisiine.
iaaVBeaure raai are in tbarlnlit'Hr.Wf. nffiim Krn,
you parcbaao pur tlokets, aud ask Sot tiokets Via '
Lawrenbnrtr Midlurtlanapolli. ,
a are in. samo as oy any other route. Baggage
ibecked through.
THKOriRll TldKltTH. snot nnHIn, . K.n..
talnod at the tloi et offlcee, at Hpencor Bouse Cornet
aorth-weat corner Broadway and front; Mo. 1 Bur- ,
net Houee Corner; at the Wa! iut-stiot House, aud
at Depot office, foot of ilill, oa Kront street, whets
all necessary infc rmation mar He had.
Omnibuses roil to and frois oach train, and will
call toi passengers at all UofcL and all part, ol tha
city, b leaving address at el It r office.
IM
,., W, H. Ii. NOBLE,
1 1 Ovtieral Ticket Anal.
noli
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
RAILROAD
SIX DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THB
Blxtb-stioet Depot. - '
Trains run 'through to Cleveland Saodtuhy, To.
ledo and lailUmapotis without change of cars.
Through Tickets for all Kaelern. Wcstui u.Kortb'
sm and riortn-westrru niiliM.
B A. 31. .KXeUEtiU THAW For Bajnilh
Uicbtnond.liliIUuapolu. Laloyette. Chioauo. and
11 U!iujrn uiiioa. 1,11 ne.Ma f irioamnnrt with n
, i , . i . , a .. y. . . ' V...VU.V. a
r' a,1,1?rlK'aTnsporti ulm oonneots at Uam'llton
Baudusky, Toledo and Chicago. This train nrnkeS
el'ise couneotions with nil trains leavlug Chloago the
same evening. Also connects at DnkANA 10a Oo
HiMSl.i; at llelletoutalnewlth B, audi. ft. B feast
aud V, oat; at. Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
vii.wvu utiiiuiiu dihi ana west: at CJfu. wl
CiBveiand aud Ttilodo Ballroad trains far Olovela
auu usiroui ai nay ion lor Oreeuvllle, Union. Win- ,
Chester anil Munole.
MI A. M. KXPRKeSTRAlN-Fdrl'liTOlMil
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Biiirnlo, Bnetun, i?av
fork, and all Eaateru cltiea. . Alsocoiinecu at (,'ret.
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and all
Easera cities. .1 .......
, i40 F. m. TRAIN For nauillton, nichmdnd,'
Indianapolis, Terre Haute and baiiit Loulsi con-
Bellefontaine, LlulH, Toledo, Del
all joints inOanaiia. Connectoat
B. aud I. B. It.. Kaxt and. Went.
ijw t. -I'ttmiv w-or UMFrcn.
Borliaytcn.Jniuigneld;
do, Detroit, Chicago, and
ueueiontaiuewub
lltaftPifll. EPUK,H TRAIN-, -For Clevs. 1 "
land vta Delaware for Dunkirk, Durfalo, Bcston, '
New York, and all Eastern cities. Also.conneclt at
preill ne hr Pittsburgh, J?hlladol(hla althnore,
and all Eastern oitles. 1, , . .. ... '
, , "Pif ,lt KjEprew Train loaving' t'ln'ofniiall a
ll-M P.M., leaves daily ixrirr Saturdays. Allolhwi
tnina leave daily biobw Svddats;
Forforther inronuatlon aud TickcLi, arply at ts
TloXet offlcee-north-east corner Front and Brcnd-
way; No. 16'i TYalnnt-ntreot, nenr Olbson House: at
the new Ticket Office, nn iiih.miM.(Vi...u. .
betweenPostoffio and Bm-net Housojat tba Walnut'
nuuse,ur at ino nixtn-eireet i;ei'it, .
D. McLAREN, Superintendent
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trains.
FIRST TRAIN-DAY EXPRESS' AT 10
A.' M., connects via Columbus and PI
via Ooltlmbiis, Btoubeuvitlit aud Fittuburg; via
Columbus, Cresllhte and Plttmhurgj vlti Culum
btis and llellair (Whell). AUo.for Eprlngtleldr '
TUis truln stnDS between Cincinnati and ilim,lii
at all the minclnnl statioas. 1 '
Kliltmu TRAIN-Columbus Accommodation
it 4i4l f. nl,. This train stops at ail station! ho.
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati aud
Sprlngllold. ..... ......
JliaUO TatAIW-NlKht Kxprees at 111!!!) P.
At., connects via Cdlambus and lIoHnirlWheellitgif i
via Columbus. Crestline and Plltabnrd; via Coliim-1
bns Stoiilieuvllle and I'ltteburu; via Uoliuubiu end
Olemlautl
Thla Train .tons nt 'T,nva1anit. Moi-riiw.,, fu,ii
andJLondon.' SLiSPINBOABH ON TB1S TBAiN
sgrtriunu v.. 7..
Wheolingaud PUWbuig, via Sleubenville, wlthcnl
otiange ol oars, -. i . . .
Tho NIGHT EXPBE8B Train leaving Oinclnnall
at IliUOP. St., runs dally, except SAtCBDATS.
TbeothflrTminsrnudnily,xceptb(JNDAkH.' - ,
For all information, and Through Tlc keu to Bos.
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing,
ton, Butfnlo, Magara Falls, Dunkirk, Ulevelaufl,
Pittsburg, Wheehng. and all the Kastern places,
apply at ine 0 Dices, Walnut Btrcet House, No. 4 Bar
net Bonse, south-east oonwr of Broadway and Fro;t
streets, and at the Kastern Depot.
. Traitw run by Columbus time, which In seven Piln
otes faster than
J. DURAND, Sup't
aOmnlbnios mil fdrBassengenby leaving dlrecrlcn
ajhe Tlokot Offices. ' , . nole . ,
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THBOUGH WITHOUT OHANQB CF OAB8,
ia Tlallv Train ft VlnMhn
Lonliat7;20 A. 11.. and 1:30 P. M.
VI
Cairo and St,
ind
l'brae Ds.ily Trains for. Loulsvillei at 7:
Pi Jf.and 7.MP.
A. nr..
iuu k ua., auu iifu r. in.
One) Train for Kvansville at
Thd Trains oounactat St.
JM T. M. '
Louis for all points in
Kansas and Jiebnuka, Hannibal, Quircy and Keo.
kuk; lat St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, vTokabftrg,
Katcbez and New Orleans.
One Through Train en Sunday at 7iU P. 11. ,
BETDBKino-Fast Line-Leaves Kast Jit. Louis,
Sundays excepted, affcoO A. hi., arriving at CRnctn.
nstl at 10:15 P. at., ! ' . .
Hxirs TaAi-X.ares last St. Lonla dally at ii 9
P. M arrtvlug at Clnelnnstl at JiM A.M.
'I ion lllliUUUli HCilJCl'H
. SUH lllliUUUli XlCilJCl'H
il points West aid South, nlease apply at the
s, Walnnt-stre I House, between Bixln aud
Uh-itreets, No. 1 Burnet Houso, corner office,
io an
o Oloes,
Seventh
uAvui-jve.iooruer ui rrons ana iiroeaway, Bpencer
uu v wnice, auu i in I'epoi. corner i rent and Mill.
Wlij ' W . U OLKMJCN 1, 8en'k Superintendent.
Omnibuses call for passengers. ' -? uaai
Cincinnati and St. Louis. Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
roiiQrb. jRoiito fo-p
.AY-VTT r , - -
H HA UTS.
OA..JUUU10,
jij. FOBT WAYNS.
0 DftFJ?ff.0fV"i?. LW t
I Depot. t A. AI. an
110. Bl. IAIII IN Jt fTHini
"w J-- """euiTOi, nmsinaieioa j.
ooiinactlona for all other Vr Minnimii m...ii,....m.
rongbdlrect, nuklngLelou
mints.
ffit.. ,eo nneolsat Blohmond wltb
wee
nd'
DmclBaatlandOhl
, Zuko
mo, vot
Lognnspori, an
Bail
esos. ooDuoci.iousat lliniauaDolls.LatsTotteandChl.
oago, with Trains Car Terre Haute, Springfield, Hock
Island, GaJesbnrg, Kenosha, La (iroese, Jacksonville,
Danville. Burlington, MB wan See, Maituon, Niipler,
Oalena, Quluoy, Prairie dti Ohlen, Pana, rwirls."
DiinleUh.BacUe, Decatur, Bloomington, Jollet, la
Solle.SI. Panl.and all towns anddtlos in the North
fuel. -" .j.,..
'Through Tlcketa glveq sadBaggags cbetked
ForliirhorlnfnmaslosiandThrongi Ticket., a" ,
tly to Ticket Offloes, north-aastoonierol Front and
roadway; No. lee Walnut street, near Fourth; af
onth-eaat corner or Fourth and Viae street, or el
IheBUtb-BtreetD-pot. " "
D. fl. HOBBOWnper.'ntenilont.
Omnlbnevn will call for paasena sn ny leaving tbelg
aamee at either ef the Ticket Oa ms,
TSk . lir, i.TitlTH, Agent, ,

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