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THE PRESS.
FRIDAV.
.DKEMBEK till
UNREALITY OF DEATH.
"There's no such thing as death,"
To those that think aright;
'Tl but the racer casting off
What most impedes his (light;
'Tie but one little act.
Life's drama nuist contain;
One struggle keener than the rest,
And then an eud of pain.
"There's no such thing as death,"
That which is tbus miscalled
Is life escaping from the chains
That have so long eathralled;
'Tls a once hidden star.
Piercing through gloomy night,
To shine In gentle radiance forth,
Amid its kindred light.
"There's no such thing as death,"
In nature nothing dies 1
From each soft remnant of decay
Some forms of life arise.
The faded leaf that falls,
All seer and brown to earth,
Ere long ahull mingls with the shapes
That gave thofiowret birth.
"There's no such thing as death,"
'Tls but the blooming spray,
Sinking before the coming fruit
That setks the summer's ray:
'Tls but the bud displaced,
As comes the perfect flower;
'Tls faith exchanged for sight,
And weariness for power.
Romance of a Hotel—A Ducal Landlord.
Iu one of the back, quiet streets of
Hoboken, is a small wooden hotel oalled
the "Hotel Napoleon." It is under the
control of a foreigner, and is kept in
French style. Here the now Emperor of
tb French lived when his fortunes were
at a lower ebb than at present And, if
fume docs not do His Majesty injustice,
when he left, somewhat in debt it is true,
lie furaot to adjust a little bill that still
remains unsettled.
But now the Hotel Napoleon is one of
the most celebrated in all this region.
Dinner is placed on the table at 5 P.M.,
and at the publio table may be found
some of the richest and most noted men
uf'N'ew York. Bankers, lawyers, mer
chants and men of mark on 'Change, and
they take with them friends to dine.
Clergymen, doctors, and scholars sit down
often to its good cheer. The fame of the
limise rests on many things. The dinner j
is unequaled the soups especially are
nut to be surpassed in all the city. The i
dinner, full and elegant, with a half i
bottle ot wine ot tne best vintage, so
connoisseurs say, accompanies each plate,
iind the wnolo dinner and wine costs but ;
seventy-five cents, all told. '
Butaboveallthis.at the head of the !
hotel is a i'une a live uuxe. juis
pedigree is unquestioned. For political
reasons he was compelled to flee from his
home and his estate near Naples. He
wits well known at home for his wealth,
his style, and hjs noblo hospitality and
men sit at his table at Hoboken who sat
tit his palace board at Naples, and who
knew him in the palmy days when ho
had a fortune to back up his title. Hut
the revolution came, lie was found to bo
;i friend to his native land. The iron
hand of despotism wrenched from him his
estate, and he fled to the
' 'Land of the free
And the home of the brave "
Ho set himself up at the Hotel Napoleon.
His success is great lie is large and
commanding in stature, elegant and noble
in manner and person, and he hands one
a plate of soup, or changes the plate, with
all tho grace that ho would hand a lady
to her chair from tho piano stool, or
present a noble damsel with a choice
boufiuct of flowers.
Tho assistant of the Duko is a Count,
who shares the toil of tho table do hote.
And what with tho soup of the wine, the
elegance of the repast, and the sumptu
oitsncss of tho dinner, and the reasona
bleness of the charge, the real Duko to
help you to soup, and tho bonafido Count
to chango your plato and till up your
ixluss with water, makes this great plain
wooden house really a famous hotel.
;
I tlSCOMFlTURB OF A (iALIjANT WlDOWER
bv an I'ngallant Goat. Last evening a
handsomo looking woman was passing
down street, with a little basket of eggs
in her hand, and was knocked down on
tho side-walk. Her cries brought a
gallant widower to the rescue, who saw,
to his horror, a billy goat that had evi
dently had a horn too much, doing his
best to put an end to the poor woman's
misery. The widowor tried to scare the
goat away, but ho wouldn't bo scared.
U o tried to help tho lady up, when butt
came the head of the goat against himself,
and two butts together came, for the goat
jravc him another, and down he fell cross
wise the lady, to tho serious damage of a
dozen fresh eggs.
"Help!'' cried the lady; "get offme, you
villain!"
"But, my good woman" and butt went
the rough horn of the goat, spoiling an
eiht dollar pair of pants in the worst
place they could be spoiled.
"Help! cried the woman; my eggs." ,
"Oh my pantB," cried the man. j
"Hut never mind the pants, get up,"
cried the lady, and just at the moment he
was trying to got up, butt came the goat
ai id down came the man again.
The cries of the two victims brought
quite a erowd to the spot, where there lay
the woman, and there lay the man "twin
misery, pregnant with danger" and there
advancing and retreating, hutting first
one and then the other, oscillated the
confounded goat. The last butt he made,
one of his horns caught the basket, and
he left the scene of action with the basket
hanging over one eye, and the yolk of
three or lour eggs drizzling down his
munificent beard. The man backed out
till beyond the reach of tho lady's eyes
when he turned and run like a quarter
horse, swearing at all goats in general,
and this one in particular, while the lady
sat down and with a piece of shingle, and
a few pins, cleaned and repaired the badly
damaged dress.
Unfortvnath Keoord. A little tan
colored memorandum book was picked up
in the banking office of a certain individ
ual banker and sharer in Buffalo. It
was found to belong to ono following the
profession of manufacturer of slings,
cobblers, cocktails and punches, and to
contain the "little accounts" of sundry of
his customers, some of which are of very
long standing. The next day, a large
number of city officers, Bevoral lawyers,
numerous generals and colonels, and one
mlitor, wero surprised to find their paper
"thrown out" by the discount clerk at
tho bank aforesaid. Iheir names had
been discovered among tho "defaulters'
in the little tan-colored memorandum
book. i
HARRISON Si COLLINS'
CENTRAL BEE-HIVE GALLERY, cor
ner of Fifth ind Western-row. Photoirrapliit,
Molulnoivm and Ambrotvnna taken eheiDcr than
lo wbere in the cttr. Oil Colored Photograph!
mn l i nf all nmt, from lire to the tmallMt miniature,
Picture neatlr net in Looketa, Breaat-plni, Finger
riun and Bracelet. All work warranted.
u5l6.aj A. B. BLOOM , ArtUt,
AUCTION SALES
AUCTION SALE. BY JACOB GRAFF
A CO.-Fitrnltnre at Auotlon.-On SATUR
DAY M0KNIN,Jeceiuber2i,atl) o'clock, at our
store, Mo. IS East Fourth-street, will boold a quan
tity of new and second-hand furniture, among which
will be foundjsoine excellent articles.
de JACOB CHAFF, Anctloaeer,
A UCTION S A li E. BT S. G. HUB
i4 BARD, at Trade Bale-room No. 31 Wont Fifth
street, np stairs.-Elegaut Books for Holiday I'm
Unt. At Auction. On SATURDAY KVKN1NG. I)e
RAinhnr 24. at seven o'clock, will bo Bold bv Catalogue
a superb collection of valuable Books, embracing a
variety oi etanaaru noma in ijiieraiiireanu science.
Annuals, Albums, 4c, many of which aro p'inteu
on fl.no nancr. beuutifullv Illustrated, and bound In
varlom styles of super extra binding, suitable for
Honaay uiii doois.
N, B. Catalogues will b, published and the Books
win oe open lor examination on sainroay morning,
dc23b 8. Q. HUBBARD, Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE. BY S. G. HUB-
xm. BARD, at Trade Sale-rooms, No. 21 West Fifth
street, (up stairs' Assignee's Bale Catholic and
Miscellaneous Books and Pictures at Auction On
FltiDAY KVKN'IMl. December 23. at 7 o'clock, will
be sold, by catalogue, the remaining stock in trade
01 J. J . Heating, uooaseiier auu Diauuuer. tuiupii.
Ing a variety of Standard, Catholic, UlaaBical, His
torical, Medical, Scientific and Miscellaneous Books,
Enorravlniri. Plctnra Frames, Ac.
N. B. Catalogues will be published, and the
Books will be open for examination on Fridsynior
Ing. Terms cash. MICHAEL BALPHE,
Assignee.
de21o 8. G. HUBBARD, Auctioneer,
AUCTION SALE. JACOB GRAFF A
CO., will sell on FRIDAY AFTERNOON and
EVENING, December 23, at two and seven o'clock,
In Pike's Opera Building, a Large and Splendid Col
lection of Oil Paintings, which hare been selected
with great care, and on the most favorable occasions,
in France and Germany during Ihe past year, and
imported irom turope recently oy jur. ii, a. toil'
man. oomnrislnii valuable original pictures by eral
nent living artists, and fine copies oi some of the
most celebrated pictures by old masters, now in the
different galleries of Europe. Among the subjects
may be found Qronps and Figures, life-size; Historic
MubiecM. Conversational Pieces. Architectural and
Street Views in 'Hfforeut European cities, Cattle
Pieces, Marine Views, Game, Fruit and Flower
Pieces, Landscapes, c , with a groat variety of size
and style, subject and finish tne wnole tormluv, it
is believed, ouo of the best collections over ottered in
this citv. The attention or the lovers or good rlc
turns in resnectfutlv Invited to this sale.
SMTGallery open to the public day and evening,
trom Wednesday morning, until tne time oi sale.
deiO JACOB GRAFF, Auctioneer,
" 'lis better to laugh than be sighing."
Presents for the Holidays!
Auction Sale MttipeiiIou!
kT
"'J Fourth-st, oiipoalte ihe Fosti.tnce.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE
EXTRAORDINARY!
---- t
S-4bO000 VV OItll
OF FINE AXD RARE GOLD
JEWELHY,
From the late firm of
BALL, TIFFANY & DAVENPORT
Importers and .llniiufiicturer of For.
. eign tind American Jewelry, 366
nnd 36S Brond war, V.
PRESENTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS,
I'RKSEJiTS FOB THE HOLIDAYS.
i'BESKNTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS,
'REGENTS FOR TUB HOLIDAYS,
i'RESfcNTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS,
THE
MOST BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT,
MOST BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT,
MOST BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT,
MOST BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT,
MOST BKAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT.
OF
VATl'HKH, DIAMONDS AND BRACELETS,
BATCHES, DIAMONDS AND BRAUKLKTN,
'VATCHKS, DIAMONDS AND BRACELETS,
'VATOBKS, DIAMONDS AND BRAUKIJtTS,
rVATCHKS, DIAMONDS AND BRACELETS,
PEARLS, OPALS AND RUBIES,
TEAKLS, OPALS AND RUBIES,
PEAKI.S, OPALS AND RPBiES,
PEA KL8, OPALS AND RUBIES,
PEARLS, OPALS AND RUBIES,
"ORALS, MOSAIC AND TORQUOIS,
"ORALS, M OS All! AND TOHIjHOIS,
"ORALS, MIISA10 AND TOROUOIS,
"OIIALS, MOSAIU AND TOROIIOIS,
CORALS, MOSAIU AND T0R0.UO13,
CARBUNCLES, AMITHIST3 ft TRDBT1LK
CAKBUNCLKS, AM ITHISTS TltUSTILK
CARBUNCLES, AM ITU ISTS TRUSTILE
CAKHUNOLKS, AMITHIsTS TRUSTILE
CARBUNCLES, AMlTHISTd & TKUST1LE
HKTS FOR THE MILLION,
SETH KOK THE MILLION,
SETS KOK THE MILLION,
SETS FOR THE MILLION,
NETS FOB THE MILLION,
AND BRAUTELS TO MATCH,
AND BRAOTKLS TO MATCH,
AND RR ACT ELS TO MATCH,
AND BRACTELS TO MATCH,
AND BRACTELS TO MATCH,
.IEWKLRY OF KVKKT DESCRIPTION,
JEWELRY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
JEWELRY OK JCVKK Y DESCRIPTION,
.IEWKLRY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
JEWELRY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
OF
MAGNIFICENT ft RECHERCHE PATTERNS,
MAGNIFICENT RECUKltCHE PATTERNS,
MAGNIFICENT ft RECHERCHE PATTERNS,
MAGNIFICENT RECHERCHE PATTERNS,
MAGNIFICENT RKCHKKCUK PATTERNS,
HOODS NOW ON EXHIBITION,
UOODS NOW ON KXUIRITION,
HOODS NOW ON KXUIRITION,
litlODS NOW ON EXHIBITION,
CiOODB NOW ON EXHIBITION,
THE
LADIES ARK INVITED TO OA LIA
LADIES ARE INVITED TO CALL,
LADIES ARK INVITED TO CALL,
LADIES ARE INVITED TO CALL,
LADIES ARK INVITED TO CALL,
ALL GOODS WARRANTED
ALL GOODS WARRANTED
ALL GOODS WARRANTED
ALL GOOOS WARRANTED
ALL GOODs WARRANTED
AS REPRESENTED AT TIME OF SALE,
AS REPRESENTED AT TIME OF SALE,
AS REPRESENTED AT TIME OF SALE,
AS REPRESENTED AT TIME OF SALE,
FALE8 POSITIVE.
SALES POSITIVE.
SALES POSITIVE.
SALES POSITIVE.
SALES POSITIVE.
II. M. DAVENPORT,
Assignee.
del9g
BOOKS FOB THE HOLIDAYS
GrH.T!AT
GIFT BOOK
ESTABLISHMENT
LOCATJJD PERMANENTLY.
No. 'M WEST FOUR15I-STUEET,
Next tc Smith & Kixon's Hull.
OWING TO THE UNPARALLELED SUC
CES8 we have met with for the luat month, we
have leased the spacious and eleg int store, Mo. ii
West ronrtn atreet, aad nave made Kreat additions
to oar Btodc of Broks and Jewelry, and are now pre
pared to offer greater Inducements than ever. We
have a snlendid assortmtnt of Annual Albums and
Oift Books for Holiday presents, iu rich and snnerb
bindings, elegantly illustrated. All Books sold nt
the lowest retail price.
A SPLENDID GIFT,
Worth from fiftr cents trSlOO.wlU bo vlven vilh
every hook soia.
Presents to be Given Away:
Patont Lever Gold Watches, worth 100 each,
Lailiea' Gold Hunting I'ase., worth Ml each.
I.adiea' bolid Gold Chains, worth In eucli.
Silver Watches, worth lroin. ft:, to 2a each.
(iold Neck Chains, worth M i a:h.
(kld Bracelets, worth (i each,
Kota ot Jewelry, worth from flu to 25 each.
Hew Solid Silver Teaspoons, worth HI each.
Silk Dresses, worth g mch.
ALSO A variety of useful and vnlnalile artlclea
not enumerated above, worth from titty rents to KMJ.
A. A. K.KI.I.HV,
ruWUUeraudOiftllooksoU"' vstrourth.
del9b"
120
CARTOONS OF CHILDREN'S
Morocco-heeled Boots;
12a cartoons of Children's Faucy -heeled Boots;
,00) pairs ef Women's l'oggod Goat Boots, custom
made, at 75 cents a pair.
In store and for sale by
, . ( JOHN 0AII1LL,
ileZlun ' , M Pearl-street.
NEW FRUITS I LAYER RAISINS, IN
boxes, hall-boxee and qunrter-hoxos, Seedless
Baisl
. .uu,eu uitruu, new currants, and
very thing else for making your mlnce-meat, pud.
dings, 4c.
.van nnuvoun, urocer.
as it
Corner Ninth and Vine-stroets,
BUSINESS CARDS
Door Locks,
it. 11. car and shit (ii locks,
Door and Gate-Springi, . V ,E
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
SI LVEH-PI,ATED DOOR-PLATES,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted.
The public are reapectfullr intlted to call and ex
mine tho rarlone pattern! and pricei. All Jobbing
promptly attended to
George McGregor,
no2cm No. 1S3 Flfth-atreet, 3d door from Raoo.
3
A. B. COLVILLE,
Honle Manufnotnrrr,
3
No. 41 East Second-otreet, between Sycamore and
Broadway, Uincinnati, keeps every description of
Counter, Plntform, Cattle, Rallrond Seuot,
and Trnok Mcnlen) Truck,
Iron WanoDNi aco
Bopalrng done on the nhortoet notice. nol-4m
B. KITTREDGE & 00.
134 MAIN BTBXKT, 01N01 flATI, 0.
KITREDQEeVFOLSOM,
65 St Charlei atreet, Haw Orleani, La.,
Importera of Gone 6c Sporllac Apparatni,
AND DI1LIRI IH SDN FOWDIB.
RAILROAD HOTEL,
(Fronting the Steamboat Landing.)
North-east Coriier Broadway and Front,
OINOHfffATI, OHIO.
B. F. LEVEEING, Proprietor.
oc7-cm I
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
HAMVrACTDBIBS AND DEALEBB IN
JtllJKNITURE, CHAIRS, AND ALL
-ft kinds of MattroBHcs and Bedding, at the old
stand, Mo, I3A Hycamore-ntrtMit, eaat aTae, kitween
Fourth and Fifth-streets, seventh store above
Fourtli-slreet. Church Pews lined and cushioned.
All orders prumpily attended to. o-l-oin
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
jfcfl ANUFACTURKRS OF BAR, SHEET
UM. and Boiler Iron, Plow Slabs, Uallroat tnikea
Etc. Also, Aleuts for the sale of lrontcn Stv-'NHila
Wareroonu N. 19 East Second titroet. Ciolnnat 1
Ohio.
All tjpds iron maaeto oray. rug
LEE1YDEUT BYL,
CI LEANER OF SINKS AND VA'ILTS,
J No. w Sixth-street, between Vine and Mace, in
the Medical OolleKe, Ciuclnuuti,Ohio. Persoswho
m:vy UYnr lain with their patronage, cu rely punc
t ulity and low pricea! apl-ay
Tloiiey! .Iloncy! Money!
loan"ofpice.
Iteuioved from 36 Weal Slxtbatreet.
,JONET LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
1'AkLKV and all kinds of Dlorchandise. t low
rates ol Intreat, at No. 173 Vine-street, between
Fonrih.m)dF:hJj VA
l H I I. A i) r. Z P II I A
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. 5I.S flFTU-STBKET, SOUTH BIDE,
(Near lh.corner of Vine,)
('. I.. V1CKKRS, Proprietor.
Oi sf 'rs and Qame served in all styles. Moals at all
hours noloni
a. r. e li as'
New Wholesale
WATCH & JBWELRV 1I0USB
16 West Fourth Street
Where can be bad every article appertaining to tba
Hntlnesa at a much lean price, for CASH, tbaa
las ever before been offered l this market.
QIVC US A CALL"
.ndc foryoujmlTes. apU
WM. WHITAKER,
JKWE1.E1I,
No. MX N. E.Oor. Kiflhand Lodge streets, between
Walnut and Vine, (Jluciiiuotl.
A good aasortnmnt of Si L V Eli and PLATED W ABB,
Hi'lvUTAUUB, etc., Kept constautiyon nana.
Hpecial attention Kivun toClounica and Bcpairlna
Watchmiand Jowelry. mylO
BlGGS 4i SMITH, No. 6 M eat 1th St.
A RE NOW RECEIVINO ADDITIONS TO
:. tliolr larce nisortment of Watches. Jewelry.
Silverware and Diamonds.
AMO
A fine assortment of Plated Tea Sets and Outlet
and Opera (Jlasacs. 224
WM. M. HUNTER,
DENTIST,
un'' U!B V.lnst-atreel.
.1. TAPT,
(.Siif I'i'Wir to Knnwlton & 1'alt.)
DENTIST,
Mo. 5tl Wf.t loui I h St., htU Wnlnrtt eVVloa
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
THE PALMER
PUMP COMPANY,
fiORNEK OF MIAMI CANAL AND
V THIKD-STliEKT. Clnclnn:,!!. Ilhl,, rn m.mi.
iictoring largely, Pulmer'H eolebrated Uydraulic,
Foic and Lift Pump. AIko, his Portable Steam
nnginpa. All ineso wnn are about to pun-lime
I'Li'll'M for 1'iinnrrlna. Ili-eurlcu. ItiKl-
lorlcs, Dry Ootltx. J'nper fllillN. Railroad
HtiiiioLa, Ivlinea, Wrrokin PiirpoMeH, or, in
Uct, tor any purpose where a pump Is needed, will
Iind it to their advantage to call nnd see the work
lug of these valuable inventions, or address the
I'ALHEK POMP COMPANY for a circular, which
will turnieh the names of many who have used these
rumps wini permct satuactioii. de21dm
J. M'ELEVEY,
Merchart Tailor,
No. 18 VOL rt I H-STREET,
delStf LODKON BTJILTJING.
iiiij:ijiHAtish curud
fN ALL ITS STAGES; NEURALGIA
Cured; Scrofulous Complaints, old Ulcers of ten
t ears duration, cured speedily and permanently, by
DB. BABBEU,
Railroad Hotel, foot of Broadway.
Ko Charge made utileiw uuri d. deUaw
CHRISTMAS GOODS! JOHN BATES
has on hand a choice variety of luxuries for the
approach ing furtive eeanou. Honietliiiur for all I La
dies and gentlemen, large folks and little folka: such
ijfiicw UaiHius, figs, Currants, Prunes, Nuts, Citron,
Ireh Peaches, Strawberries and Pine-apples, Jellies
end Preserves, Lobsters, Salmon and Sardines,
Oysters, r'resh, Core. Spicod and Pickled, Isinglass
nnd Gelatine, Kine Brandies, Madrrla, Port, Bherry,
Datawba nml i!humpgne Wines, Jamaica Kum,
Ncntcli and Irish Whisky, Ac. Oentlemen will please
not forsot that thochoiceHt Huvana Cigars are to be
had at National Theater Building, Sycamore-street.
ldel9
A. OAED.
XJfJ M. F. IIEWSON, of the late firm of
w t Hwsontf itoimes.wlllcoiitinuo theOomnilf
slon, Stork and Bill Brokerage business, at their old
office, No. 2M, Basement Masouio Building, Third
street. Ilp solicits a continuance of the biMiuenshere
tofore so HtfrwUv hefitowt'don thoolil firm. n"28am
RENTS' l'RENCII J1000TS,
FBENCU SHOES AND OAITKitS,
KRENC'U BLirPEltS,
Just received by Express.
J. H. DETERS,
de22
a West Fourth-ejtrcet.
CHRISTMAS
YKAB.
COMES BUT ONCE A
TOYS ! TOYS!! TOYS!!!
For Ihe little folks, at Klbby's Motion 1 tore, M
Broadway, between Soventh and New-streoLs. I am
cloning out my stock of Toys at cost. Also, my stock
..i m-i j...... ...... u..,: ... . i i-l .
oi L iimujiUKB nun uuuuu, ub n'uuteu pnuoH.
ile MBS. A. K. KIBBY
g OYSTERS I OYSTERS 1 1 OYSTERS II I
Put up especially for the holidays. They are
great big fat fellows, and the boat thing that there is
lor it uuuu vnruiniKR i-miiimt.
JOHN KKR01180N, Orooer,
delt Corner Moth and Vine-atrmts.
C3WEET CIDER I A SPLENDTT) AWTT
cl of Sweet Cider, warrantwl pure, just received
ami lorsaieuy .luun r r.uiiUBUN, urocvr,
de lii (IornerNinth and Vine-streets,
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR. 150 brie,
host Whit Wheat if lour. Just received and for
le. a a nun a. cultku,
adeU Noi. 119 and m Alain-street,
THIS OYSTER TRADE.
O.S.MALTBY
-BRUM IK
FRFiSH CAN
OYHTFiRS.
fhQ Spricad Oy,teri. G&Q
rTIHB STJ BSCRIBER IS POW RBCEIV-
-T;oINO,P'kILlr'nT' Adams Ixpreis, MALT.
oi Dwuriu-r eoowneHt Baltimore
Fresh. Ca n, Ktg and Shell Oyateri
AL60
HO BZJiT ORR, Ageut
W-tf Depot. II West rtfth-etreet
FRESH
.9
O YSTER8
OA VAGNA'S
Oyster 1 importing House.
NO. 31 W EST FIFTH-STREET.
THE SUBS CRIBER IS NOW RECEIV
ING daily, per Xxnress. his anl.nritri nntm
Earing oompleti A arrangements In Baltimore, on
the most extensl vs scale, I will at all times during
the season ha in iparedto furnish my friends, "ana
the rest of nank Ind," with the most DELICIOUS
ui VAbv JC8 imp onea to tne yueen uity. iNone but
the very best im ported. Great inducements offered
at this lmpoi'tio g-bonse.
Order sioli :itud and promptly filled. Terras caih.
FRTEB CAYAftNA.
sepltit Sole linoprterandrroprlator.
OYSTERS, (g&U
TODD'.? OLD STAND,
NO.USIXrifIf-STREET. I AM RECEIV
INO daily. KTIi S Celebrated MAMMOTH
OYTKIUM which. 1 am selling nt unprecedented
low prices by rase .or down, lienlers and i'amilles
wanting a very lar e, fresh Oyster, will (Irate send
their orders. Attached to this tMtabllstiiuent is
nice, quiet, reapecta ble Saloon, where you can have
Oysters Cooked in very style, and served np in a
clea i an i superior m aimer. Charges lessthnnatany
other pljce. I oollij JOHN N'AIUH.
TTTHii SMITH'S.
UBAITIAIOUE 4
SUPERIOR OXD IIANTATION
OYJ53I-JSSPl.SB,
Depot, 93 Sycaniere.sti eel, oppoalte the
Nnl lonnl Th) inter.
R. C. BOCKINQ, Agent.
A L80 Dressed fish and Qnrae; fresh and sweet
Butter, Ac, delivered at all he urs, free of cliarse.
Ideltfl
J. FARROW & SOX'S
fELEBRATEI BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
receiveu unny uy me Aoams ex
press Company, in wi'iole and half cans.
All Oysters sold warranted fresh and of
Ihe very best quality. J. B. 0WIN08,
Aeont, No. 27 Fifthj-street, bet. Main
ant wainiit-sireets.
N. B. The trade supplied on the most liberal
terms. or,2cni
MISCELLANEOUS.
$30. $30. $30. $30.
Thirty-Sollai Double Lock-Stitch
FiMILV SEWINK MiCITINES
BIODBXD BY IlfJOKNT LKTTEUS PATKNT.
rilHIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO-
M. NOUN0k.ll by all competent Judcea.whe
have seen it, to be th e best and most desirable Fam
ily Sewing Machine ever introduced, rearnrdles
of urine. It will new all kinds of family sned..
from the very thickest to the very finest fabrics made,
and uses all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 200.
No on la used on iopoi tne luaomne,
Hendfora circular- or calluud see it in onoratlon.
TJpon early application, SUteaud Connty Uinhts may
be socured.
An energetic person can make a fortnnelnashort
time. Agents wan tod in all unsold territory.
f 1. t Hll(.Titl.An,
8c le and exclusive agent for the United States,
HftPJtfUlt 1W Went Fonrth-streot, Cincinnati.
PURE AIR!
Ncw'Modcof tVentila .ion!
t'nll nnd Me One of
SAWYER & CO'S
PATENT
Hotting and Ventilating Furnaces,
in operation at
. CHAMBERLAIN & CO;'fl
Btorl Ware-roomg, Nor. 61 aad ii Vine-it.,
toeiuw ivuiumuia.j
Sawyer & Oo.
aktohob.
,i
Coal Cooking Stove,
AWARDED TUB SILYKK MIDAL
IT THi
STATE FAIR,
Held at Znuesvllle, Ootober, 1S59.
MANUFACTURED BY
WBMM &
SAMPLE AND SALE-BOOMS,
Nos. .11 and 3 Vinc-st.
(Seoond door Below Columbia,)
CINCINNATI.
iiu9 m
O II IO.
Holiday Presents.
I HAVE JUST OPENED A LOT OF
Bisque and China Klgares, Fancy Inkstands,
Vases, Jewel and Match-boxes, Fancy Shaving ana
Work-boxes, and other Fancy Goods too numerous
to mention, suitable for the Holiday, which 1 will
sell cheaper than any othor establishment iu the
city. HKNHT DAVID,
10. 278 Main-street, between Sixth and Seventh
S. B. Also a new lot of Fancy boaps, Perfumery.
Kxtyrai-ts. . dels
G.ROCKRIKS, A o. Choice Staple and
Ifanrv ftrnenrins. Knrnlirn Vr,,lt. unA u...
Drled Apples and Peaches, Provisions, Country I'ro
duce, with every article usually kept in a first-class
Grocery. Pamillea supplied In quantities to suit, at
the lowest market rabts. Ooods delivarsd to city
cuatomsrs promptly. Mo charge for cartage.
A A HON A. OOLTJCB, :
de14 Nos.3l and 331 Main-street.
Book Bindiiiff
IN ALL ITS BRANCHK8, NO. 8 IAST
Fonrth-street, stween Main and6ycamo, (Jin.
cinnatl.
B-blndlng I every style.
Mmlt Jookj neat.
0. OBOPfill.
ly and dnerably
r bond.
IlTM-a 1
Ji J. BUTLER'S
Kicelsior Fluid lnk.
Muiufctory, as vine St. M
a
INSURANCE.
BY STATE AXJTHOKITY.
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
HT-AiencvMtnblishedinOlnclnnstlln Ih'JS.an
tedatlng all presnnt local Insurance Companies and
Agencies in the Insurance business In this city. 33
years oonstant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience, enterprise and liberality, especially com
mend the MTU A Insurance Company to the favora
ble patronage of this oommualsy-standina; solitary
and alone, the sole snrvivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of 1843.
liosaei paid In Cincinnati dnrtasT vaat Ffre
Venrs, 9130,034 J.
Cash CapitalJfBl.OOO.OOO.
ABBOLDTR AND CN1MPAIBBD.) WITH A
SURPLUS OK $1,030,423 SO.
And the prestige of 40 years success andeapeaieooo.
IHVISTMIJITi OP
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS Ot? 1'i,Op0,00O, tOUHES
Have been paid by the 2Etna Insurance Company la
ihe past 40 years.
Fire and Inlnnd Nnvlaatlan.-Blsk. accepted
at term, consistent with solvency and fair profits,
Bsneclal attention flllven to Insurance of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms of 1 to 6 s.
Application made to any duly -nthorlted Agent
promptly attended to. uy strict attention to a legit
imate InBnrance boslness. this Oomnanr is enabled
to offer both Indemnity for the past and security for
ineiiuure. r iiria issued witnout neiny oy
JAB. H.CA.tTKR, Agent, No. 40 Main ItrssU
A. F. PATO. i. Assistant Agent.
H. K. LIND ST, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.J.HOOK1, t, Agent. Fulton. 17th Ward, an
WESTERN INSURANCE COMPANY
OF CINCINNATI.
OFFICE IN THE SECOND STORY OF
No. 2 Front-street, bet ween Main and Sycamore.
This Company is taking Fir, Inland ana Marine
lllaks at current rates of premium.
xiosses iairiy aajnstea ana promptly paja.
DIRltOTOnS:
T F Kckert, V Ball, 8 W Fomeror,
winiamuienn, w u wnitcner, Y u Biunn.
Koliert Mitchell, W 1J Oomstock, l,QK Stone,
Itobt Buchanan. 008haw. . Ono Htall.
Wm Sellew, Beth Kvans, J U Taalle,
Pavld Gibson, H Bracbtnnn, J 0 Iaharo,
U Clearwater, Thus K Klllott.
t. . AiinisjtT, rresiaent.
HurntN Slonsg, Secretary. no8
Piro and Marino Insurance.
Citizens' Iusuraoce Compaiiy,
OF CINCINdATI, OHIO.
O1KKCT0K8:
William Wooil, Isaac (I. (jopeleii,
James K. Cunuiiisham, rlyiluey B. Olark,
Andrew Krlienhrochor, Joseph Keakirt,
Ueo. W. Bishop, Wm. Fisher,
Ooorgo K. Dixon.
IBAAO u. CUI'KLKN, President.
Oto. W. CorrLEN, secretary.
A. M. ItOSS, Surveyor.
Is nrenared fo Issue Policies on Wire Hnrl nlarlnn
Risks, on favorable terms. Office hio. 3 Wtxt Thinl.
street, Trust (to. Biiilillng. noHblm
National Insurance Co.,
Cinrlnimtl, Ohio.
(OIBco South-west Cor. Main and Frnn t.stiWu.l
Uarine, Inland Transportation and
tZ -TV 1
TAKEN AT CURRENT RATbS.
niDnwiiD..
. . yiunuiueoi
1 nh n Dnnvn,.. V M U.I.U 1 1 , . K, .
Wm Hepworth, tlhas 1, Moore, M Fechheimer,
V X W iwletrtAr. Tho. fin r u IV Mmlik
J L Boss. Thos K flinus." Henrv Kill..
noBbfin P. A. Spbiqmam, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
-ESTABLISHED IN 1829.
CAPITAL, 8150,000.
OFFICB NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
8DRKS ntminst Loss and Damace by Fire; also:
i'erlla of the Sea and Inland Navigation.
, DIRKOT0U8:
. np.WHartwell, Allen Collier, William Kesor.
' .hn Yl. James Lnnton, Chas.W Itowland,
John W Oudloy, James A Franer, J W Oanlteld,
,,T.,!lodr"wi BMWTaylor, A B Winslow,
U 8 Williams, H McBirney, Bowman 0 Bakor.
JOHN W. HAHTWELL, I'resident,
G. W. Williams. Secretary, noH
KIRK AND niAIMNE.
Eagle Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI. a n.
u w nv',.., b v" O4BBIS0N, President.
S. W. KKKDKII, Secretary.
OiiiKi'TORR-Henry Kesslor, Anthony Kay, Wm.
Wood, J. W. Garrison, Samuel ii. Taft, Georso W.
Towuley. Bmlth Belts.
HuBvsvoas J. B. Lnwdor nnd David Baker. deSay
2oj-,oo " (imj
oSoisod mm nonnoidd no noi uviiiojiom,
:ian-iqranioo pav JAOJ-ruojsB -aoo 'a -K
oo 2? aaKVH fA a
sioa pn ssnixnjr n)joH -oj? 'uioa
i)oir)Snmon 'sJOHrf Juoji '(iinm.mra turns 'Riou
oiu jepim pun jwtUn moo. (rio jmoj 'seimuji wt
nohi ouoaig ni da in j 'sazis 11 V
'SHIM pooj prn? ujoo
SniH im Snipiij.!;) aiqBj.to
' Oiri'CAI.T KliAHTIC MK-
TALLIO HOOKI NO" Is offered to the pnbllo
as the best and -cheapest Metal Uoof now used, its
merits tested by an experience of years in thlstlly
and vicinity. Applied to flat or sfwp, old -or new
buildings. No solder used fastened securely with
out exposure to the act ion of the oleinents.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part ol
the United States, can be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
vrviuiwr.ijL, i t;u,
irln-tf
13 West Second street.
FLOWERS
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Of every description, which lam selling at a snisl
advance on New York prices, wholwale and retail,
J. HEIIB, Jr.,
no4 H 151 Flftb-streot. bat. Kace and Kim.
O AND Y I CANDY
33C. 3ST OLAI11X,
(Bsooesscr to Htibs go,) ' '
Manufacturer! and Wholtiale Dealora
-in-
FINE AND 1'LllN CANDIES,
10 MAIM STREET, CINCINNATI
C. W. MACKELFRESH,
BIanf)ctarer of r
rMN. SIIEKT-IKON AND ZINC WARE,
M. Baking and Soldlltz Towdor Box .s, Tin Speak
ing Till, Routing, and Dealers in Stoves, No. Wi
Fifth-street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
SWT All kinds of Job Work promptly altendod to.
dc7anij
ORlENTAIi 'EXCHANGE".
rfl HE TJNDERSiaNEDjIIAVINO REPII
M. TED the SALOON in the Enquirer
lluilding, are now prepared to lnrnlsli(K'
their friends with the host Imported I JJ
Win. Lijuors and (Jlgars. XSlf'v
aw Baltimore oiiell uystors served in , ,sp-
svery style,
nes-aiii
EASTWOOD A SARfJliiKT;-'
HOLIDAY1 GOODS. W have just re
ceived a large supply of new Fruits, such as
Figs, Prunes, Natural Peaches, Pineapple, Black
berries and Strawberries, assorted Jellies and Jams,
Preserved Fruits, in eudlers variety ; delicate Old
Port, Sherry, Madeira and Champagne Wines, form'
Ing the largest and most complete assortment of
" good things " over offored in the city before. For
sale, wholesale aud retail, by . r -
JL Mcdonald a co.,
delZ 86 and Branch Store m West Fonrth-st.
WM. H. BALDWIN, ATTORNB?
AND COUNSKLLOK AT LAW and Master
Commissioner oi ths Superior and Common Pleas
Coorls. Batik Building, north west corner of Msln
on Tnlrd-atreeta. no
FBA&IN TYPE AND STS1
rOXTnilBl, B. ALLISON, Bnpor
Krtattnills.of all, ludi. uJV
TrPB AND STEREOTYPY
irlntendsnt.
luftfstrseti
RAILROADS.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
CHICAGO,
Great Western and North-western
Great Western and North-western LINE.
INDIANAPOLIS AND
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
RAILROADS.
The Shortest Route between Clnclnaatl
')
. and Chicago. . -'.)"'
Three FassemterTralnsleaveOliiolnnaUdally, f -
tnefootof Miliaria f rom streets.
Oi5 A, Ilj.-Ohlcago Mall arrives at Indianapolis
at 12: Hi I'. ., Chicago at 10:30 1'. M. This train
connects with all night trains out of Chicago lor
ths West and North-west; connects at Indianapo
lis with Irulns for Terre Haute: also with Tern
trains for 1'orti, Logansport, fort Wayne and To
ledo. HAS P. N. Terre Eante and Layfayette Ac
commoaation arrives at Indianapolis at 6:11) P. M
making dlreotoonneotions at Indianapolis with La
layette trains for Decatnr, Springfield, Maples, Unlfl
cy, Hannibal and St. Josopn.
7 P.fll. Chicago .Express arrives at Indianapolis
at 12:16 A. II., making cleae connections at (Jhloago
with all morning trains ont of Chicago.
Bleeping cars are attached to all the nlgbt trains
on this line, and rnn through to Chicago without
change of ears.
This is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with faverable and reliable arrangements
with all connection roads thiooghont the entire
West, guarantees nnnsnal care and Ihe amplest ac
commodations to the patrons oi this line.
The Company's exclusive Telegraph Line la used
when necessary, to srovorn the movement of trains.
and LoughridK s celebrated Pateut Brakes, are sif.
(ached to all passenger traina, by which they canst
porfectly controlled; besldosall tneother modern Im
provements necessary for the comfort and safety ot
passengers, the managers of this road have liberally
provided.
Smoking-cars on thlsllno,
Mf Uo sure you are In I he right ticket office before
yon purchase yonr tickets, and it for tickets via
Lawroucebnrg and Indianapolis. .T
Fare the same as bf any other TSqte. Baggage
checked through. -
TlIBOUQa TICKETS, good tmtll nsed, oat or
tained at the ticket offices, at Spencer Monse 6oir
Riinn.wmi Rnrn.r t, rn.i,', 11 1. .mh,i na i d-.
net uoiise vomer; at tne Walnut-street Boose. and
a uepor omce, root oi mill, on Front street, when
alinecessary Intormatlna mavbahari
Omnibuses ma to and from each train, and will
call for passengers at all liotelj and all parts ol the
city, b) leaving address t,t eitta i office.
W. H. L. N01ILHJ,
2?j Oeueral Ticket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
RAILROAD
SIX DAILY TRAINS LEAVU TUB
Sixth-street Depot.
Trains run through to Cleveland HsDdasky, To.
Icloand lndlaiiapolis withoutchangant'ears.
Through Tickets for all Kastern, Wostorn, Horth.
ernand North-western cities.
, A. M. KXPK.KSM TKAIN Kor Hamilton,
liiclnnond, Indianapolis, Lafayette, Chicago, and all
Wastnru Cities. Connocts at Uichmoud with C. anil
.' ,,11 "or Logansport; also connects At Hamilton
lor Oxford, Ac
o 7:'.Ut A. BI. TRAIN Kor Dayton, Sprlngfleld,
Sandusky, Toledo and Chicago. This train makes
''lose connections with all trams leaving Chicago the
name ovening. Also connects at Cbuan ioh Co
lvmbvk; at Bcllefontaine with B. and 1, It. II., (Cast
and West; at KoroBt with Pittsburg, Ifort Wavne and
Chicago Railroad Bast nnd West; at Clyde with
Cleveland atid Toledo Railroad trains for Cleveland
and Detroit; at Dayton for Greenville, Union, Win
Chester and Muncle.
10 A. rtl. EXPREHSTHAIN-lforClovelanil
via Delaware for Dunkirk, lltitlalo, Boston, New
York, aud all Kastern cities. Also connects at Crest,
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore and
Kastern citios.
3:40 P. Itt. TRAIN For Hamilton, Rlchmons
Indianapolis, Torre Haute and Saint Louis; )
nects at Hamilton for Oxford, Ac.
n?i'"VWP,,1M-,THAi,Nror IWmi. Springfield.
Bollefontuitio, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, auA
nil points in Canada. Connectsat Dollnfuntaino with
il. and I. II. It., Kastnnd West.
, 11:30 P. BI. BXPltKsHTRAIN-ForClova.
land via Delaware lor Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
.o,T iu,., wiu .ii ftiwwrn ciiiHB, aiso, connects at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
itnd all Kastern citios.
sJ-The night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
1 1:30 P. M., leaves daily xioitpr SuniRoaTS. All other
trains leave daily exokit SuhDavs;
For further information Mnrt 'licbet.. unnlvattha
Ticket offlces-north-east corner Front end Broad
way; No. lfili Walnut-streot, near Oihson Honse; at
t he new Ticket Office, on tlio wost side of Vine-street,
lH)twoenPostotnce and Hnrnet House; at tho Walnut
street House, lor at the Sixth-street Depot.
uwu u. mctjamiiPi. Dtipormtenaent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trsliis.
OIRST TRAIN DAY EXPRESS AT 10
m. A. M.. connects via Columbus anil ClnvelanH:
via Columbus, Stunbonvilln and Pittsburg; via
Colnmbus. Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colum-
una ami iioiiair (wnceiinf). Also, lor ripringneKI,
This train stops between Cincinnati aud Columbus,
ut all tho principal stations.
IHECONII TRAIN-Coliimbns Accommndallon
nt 4:40 P.M. This train Ntnps at nil stations be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati and
riprinetiold.
Til I II II TUAIN-Night Kxpressat 1l:,'IO 1'.
M., connects via Columbus and BellairiWheeliuBl:
via Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colum
litis Steuhenvilleand I'ltlsburg; via Columbus aud
Cleveland.
.,n .in,u nvi,,,n nt uukii.iiu, nimtvw, Wkeniq
and London. SLKKl'lNGCAKS ON THIN TRAIN.
ysj-Tua nay Kxpross runs through to Cleveland,
W hooting and Pittsburg, via Steiibenville. without
change of cars.
The N10HT BXTRESH Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:30 P.M., runs daily, except SATURDAYS,
i no vuior i rains rnn aauy, excopr ru n va iti,
For all Information, and Through Tirknta tn Rm.
Ion, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing.
Inn, Buffalo Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Clevelanil,
I'ltteburc. Wheel nr. and alt the Kiiatern nlurei.
apply nt the Offices, Walnut Street House, No. 4 Hnr
net Howe, south-east corner of Broadway and Frost
streets, and at the Kastern Depot.
Trains rnn ny ooiiimnns time, wuicois seven min
utes faster than Cincinnati time.
,. . J. DC BAND, Bnp't.
Omnlbnnes call for uasuensera hi loavinu illrectlona
at the Ticket OlBios. nols
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THROUGH WITHOUT CIIANOB OF CABS.
Two Dally Trains for Vincennes, Cairo and St.
Louis, at 7:211 A. M and 7:30 P. M.
Three Dailv Trains for Louisville, at I 'M A SI
Z:(KI P. M.,and 7:.V) P. M.' '
one tram lor :vanaville at 7:.W V. ill.
The Trains connect at St. Louis for all no I ills In
Kansasaud Nebraska. Hannibal. Oninrv mid Kan.
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo lor Memphis, Vicksbuig.
liatche and New Orleans.
One Through Train on Sunday at 7:30 P. 51,
Kr.THIlNINCl Fast Line I.eavna K..t a. I.i.
. ,. ...,n , ,ra, a. a..i A. timing a. U10C1U.
Iiati at lli:lf) I. M.
HxpHFSNT'aAiN Leaves KnstSt. Louis dally at ;W
P. M., arriving at Cinoinniili at 8:2.1 A.M.
FOR THROUCII T1CKKTS
To all points Went aid South, please upnly at the
oflkes, Walnut-stroe 1 House, between Sixth and
Heventh-streets, No. I Burnet House, corner office,
north-went corner of Front and Rroiulway, Spencer
JausOffica,anlat tho Ili.pot,corner Front and Mill,
ttreeu; ,.W. H. CI,KAIKNT,i..n'l. Superintendent.
call fiif passengers.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
XKRR llAfJTB,
OX LOUIS,
' , ItAFATK'm,
. , caicAuo,
WSANBPOfiT,
1 . , PUBO.
IWO DA1LTTH BOOQH 7 ttAIKS leSwaStbJL
Depot, at A. M. and i:30 P. M.
OO FAST A I'UKSS -Tht ougb direct, making close
points. This Train also connects at Riobmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Beads, for Andetson, Xoko.
Sailroadln',,0r 'lnt4 0n wl,Ml Vall
rivttuP',M-.,?PIANATO"8 OHIOAdO A BT.
IjOIJISNIOHT KXJ'KKSS.-Theabova Trains max,
olosacounoeMoneat Indianapolis, Lafayotte and Cbl.
?!fi!?,7,Tl?,n" f2rr TerJ.9 Bprlngdeld, R0o
Island, Qaleaburg, Kenosha, La Crosse, Jacksonville .
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Mattucn. Nanle.
Oalena, Quincy, PralrU do Chien, Pan i, Pwrla'
Dunleitb, Uaclna, Decatnr, Blootnington, Jollet. hi
Salle, St. Paul, and all towns and citios iu tne North
west. . .. .
sTTThrongn Tickets given and Baggage ohecked
through.
For further Information and Thronxh Tickets sa.
sly to Ticket Offl;s, north-Mst corner ot Fiont 'ana
Broadway; No. Ian Walnut street, near Fourth: at
:.sYxesuoD.nrth "d v,m
.v ' ' MOBOW, ''npcrlntendent.
Omnlbosas will eajl for nasseng its Ot soavlng tb.lr
aamsi at either of the Ttoket OffeSJ lB"
k W.H. . ITH, agent,

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