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THE BEAUTIFUL NAIAD.
BY-THOMAS ROOD.
mrn :
, AIm, that moon honld nir beam
To how what man hould never lee I
I law a maiden on a tram,
And fair was ah I
I staid awhll to see bar throw
J Hrtissssbh, that all bet
Th fair horltoo of ber brow
With cloud oljst. ,
1 staid nttto whit to viw
Hr choeki that won, lo pleo of rd,
Tli bloom of waUr tender blue,
.- Daintily spread.
'. I atald to watch, a lfttl space.
Hei DartlDS Una. if aha would ainf.
i ne warera ciosca a dot nr iac
witn many a ring.
. . And itill I atald a littl mor . .
Alas 1 the never eomes again. "
v I throw my nowsr from tb share,
,. And watch Ip. vaiu, jit , .. .; ., , .
' I know my Hf will fhJsawar-'" "
.,.. X know that I mini vainly pin;
For I am mad of moital clay.
But shs's divipe I . '
Thb . Preacbbb's Disappointment.
. Mr. Xeale relates a story of "art eminent
living prelate, who with the greatest
good numor is aooustomea to narrate the
incident himself 'as a-warning to his
clergy to speak plainly. " While he was
still serving a curacy he was anxious to
try his hand at extempore preaching, and;
accoruiDgiy too tornis text "The tool hatti
said in his heart there is no God." Ou
this subject he dwelt, much to his satis
faction, for the usual time: be proved;
trom the works ot creation, trom the con
struction of our bodies, and from the,
other and usual topics, that there must bo,
a creative power, and that creative power
must be God. He came down from thuj
pulpit with the comfortable conviction'
that he had not done so badly after all
Happening to walk home with a farmer'
whohad attended the service, he wan
anxious to learn what impression he had,
produced, and accordingly made some
observation whioh led to the point he
wished to introduce. "A very capital
sermon you gave us, Mr. B.'," remarked,
his companion, "but somehow 1 oan'tj
help thinking there be a God, for all youj
say." Universal Review.
Thb Dangerous Part of thb Day. t
"'"o a young man from home," ' eaya
George Ilillard, "friendless and forlorn, in
a great city, the hours of peril are thoso
between sunset, and bed-time; for the
moon and stars see more evil in a single
hour, than the sun in his whole day's
circuit The poet's viaiohf) of evening are
composed of tender and soothing images.;
Jt brings the wanderer to his home, the
child to its mother's arms, the ox to his
stall, and the weary laborer to his reBt,
iiut the gentle-hearted youth,' who is
nud "stands homeless amid a thousand
homes," the approach of evening brings
witn it an acning scene ot loneliness and
desolation, which comes down on the
spirit like darkness upon the earth. In
mis mooa, nis met impulses become a
' snare to him, and he is led astray because
he is social, affectionate, sympathetic, and
warm hearted. If there be a voune man
thus circumstanced, within the sound of
my voice, Jet me say to him that books are
, the friends, of the friendless, and . that . a
library is the home of the homeless."
, A Very Brisk Placb. A steamboat
' -passing down the Ohio stopped at the town
of Paducah. Being detained there an
hour or so, the passengers (as usual upon
- biivh ucciMiunii; went asnore. : Among
, them was a deek passenger, who soon
returned to the boat in a rather more
nervous and excited state than he loft it
As soon aa he got aboard he remarked to
- one of the officers of the boat that Padu
cah was tjuite a brisk little town. 'The
officer replied that he never thought so.
, " 'Well, sir,' says the d.eck passenger,
: 'you may rely upon it that you are mis
, taken, for I found it be a very brisk little
.place, and one where business is done
with great dispatch; for, said he, 'I have
bocn up in tho town, stole a pair of socks,
had a trial and got whipped, and here I
' am again on board the boat in less than
half an hour!'"
Dblbtemous Effect of Chewing Gitm.
'The habit of chewing gum is like applying
. small air pumps to the basis of the teeth.
When the gum is separated from the tooth ,
, , it forms a vacuum between itself and the
tooth, and the consequences is a violent
strain on the dental nerves. The bad
'I results may not show themselves immedi
ately, but the boy or girl who indulges in
. the habit may calculate on having rotten
'I teeth when in the prime of life. Nor is
this all ; The habit, like tobacco chewing,
induces an unnatural flow of the humors
. ; toward themouth, where itinust be ejected
as salivft This is bad enough, when it
can be ejected; but when, from sickness
" 'or other cause, the habit must be discon
tinued, the result may be, and no doubt
has been, fatal. , ,
No Intercourse with that Country.
A gentleman, on a visit . to Washington,
.'one day, very coolly opened tho door of
the Senate Chamber, was about to pass in,
when the door keeper asked: "Are you a
privilege member? , "What do you mean
ls by that?" asked the stranger. . The reply
was "A governor, an ex-member of Cen
. : fcress, or a foreign minister. " The stranger
. replied that he was a minister. From
. what court or country?" asked the,iflieiaL
..Very gravely pointing up, the stranger
, ' repCeJUViioia tleaven, sir.'U.To this the
door fkeeper waggishly- replied, "this
goveftaihentatpTenent holds no intercourse
-T with that foreign power." : - r , . -
j iiittita efrf a Kansas Paper Under
j . DimotLTiBS. We woke up this morning
. and found ourselves covered with a sheet
' . of snQ,w.r Pleasant, fvery. On coming
v dQIUJ .Stairs' we found the cases half full of
( enow,. and the galleys buried in the same
K ,,whit eoveringi,, Went to work to set
patters right again; and. try to warm up
j "'the- office, but up to the present writing,
iz M., we have emploTed six Irishmen
-and three Dutchmen to cut: the wood
and keep.up the fire. We set a line an
! nour, warming included. Have serious
f thwoghts of telling in a' little red-eye to
mbt assistance, un, tor a lodge in some
- warmer climate. Kansas Statesman. ',
'. .;, ' ' " ' ;r'- j
, .!-!SftndersM issuing from roil ' and
' Viiutiful lips are like foul spiders crawling
fnva the blushing heart of a rose.,
' : fn what ship, and in,. what capacity
iu voting ladies like to engage? 1 n court-
hiprMjnany-tierR.. ...
- '.-Some bachelors join the army because
v like war, and some married men
bucuuse thev like peace,
L T 9
BY-THOMAS ROOD. MISCELLANEOUS.
HARRISON & COLLINS'
IKNTRAL BEB-HIVS QALLBBT, eor-
nsr of' Fifth and Waatara.mw.
Fhotoa-raph.
UalalnotjpM and AmbrohrM taken cheaoar than
iMwkm In th eltr, Oil Oolored Fbotompha
sad of all aiaaa. from life to tha malleal miaTatwrnt.
FkturM neatly at in Looknta, Breaat-plni, finger.
rln and Braoetot. All work warranted.
nolyi . : A. B. BLOOM. Art lit.
Glycerol of Arnica.
THIS REMEDY FOR BRUISES, CUTS,
Burin, Scald. Bbeomatto Paint. Ao.,U nn
rlral4. Ennr familr (honld bar It at hand for us
In a of aooldan t. Prepared an d for ial or
8C1HI, KOKBTEIN A 00.,
"' " 1 0oolt th Poatofflce,
Brown's Bronchial Troches.
tfk "GROSS BROWN'S BRONCHIAL
jn. vr
irocae raoeirea ana for aal by
8U1KK, ;K8I1N A CO.,
Oppoalte th Poitofllc.
dMc
; Olive Oil.
1AA OASES OLIVE OIL, QUARTS
a, v aid pinU, ncelred and for sale dt
801KB, K0KSTI1N A CO..
deMo
Opposite the Poetofflo.
1 Marshmallow Drops.
laTin BOXES FRESH -MAR8HMAL
MJJ LOW DROPS roceired and for sale or
tiLIBH, iSUKSTKlM A (JO.,
deJfto OtHHuite the Poatofflce.
Benzine Kid Gloves.
tr ID GLOVES, WHEN CLEANED WITH
JB.SL Bentine, look aa well a new. Try it. aa ore.
(Kiitd by SU1HK, ECKSTEIN 4 00.,
uew-ct uppofite tlia PostofHoe.
Havana Cigars.
YXfE HAVE
JUST RECEIVED
AN-
W
OTHERatinnlw of tha ulMhr.tofl ,)rn..H.H
decidedly th beat ftr.ceut Oigan old in the Coitvj
Statea.
A LHO-A full aaaortment ol all the beat brand of
Krnuiue uavaaaa imporua. v or iaie tiy
, ; . OUIKK) r I N A CO.,
dgW-ot . Oppjaito the Pun tv (flee
Chilblain Lotion.
A ' REMEDY FOR FRONTED FEET,
4.. uniioiMiua. Ac. rrtiNirtu ana ior. aaie bv
StlltK. KOKSTKIS A CO.,
dW-ft OimoHite the Pontonic.
$30. $.10. $30. $S0:
MOORJS'S
Thirty-Bollar DouhleLbck-Stitoli
I'.UIILV SEWING WWM
SECURED BT BKUBNT LKTTXES PATtNT. !
HIS' MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO
JX" NOTJNCED by all eomvetent ludces, wb
lmv ai-en it, to be the bt aud moit dutiriilU rura.
II; Sewing Machine ever Introduced, reanrdlea
o( prion. It will aew all kinda of family govda,
front the rery thickenttothevory Bncst fabrics made,
and linen all ktuda of thrf l, from Ho. ) to 2U0.
No oil la uaed on top or the Machine.
Henri for a oircnlar. or nail and ar it in operation.
Opoo early application, BlHteand Oodnty BlgbUmay
Aneuergetlo person can make a fortnneln aihort
am. Agenu wuieo id an uusom icmiory.
H. C. BtRTiMAN,
8c le and oxdnMvb agent for the united -States,
tepHlmt US West Fourth-street, Cincinnati.
PURE AIR!
New Mode of Ventila ion!
Call sad 8fe On of
SAWYER & CO'S
PATENT
Heiting and Ventilating Furnaces,
m otratloo at
CHAMBERLAIN A COi'B :
Storf Wart-rooms, Nos. Si and SS Vina-lL.
(Below Columbia.)
Sawyer & Co.
' ; fjofttrl . 1
ANOHOH
Coal Cooking Store,
AWAED1D inS eiLTRK MKDih
AT TBI
STATE FAIR,
Held at ZaneaTllle, October, 1830,
MANUFACTURED BY
CMMB1RIA1N 1 CO.,
SAMPLE AND SALE-ROOMS, .
Afoi. .11 and 53 Viue-st
(Seoond door Bolow Colombia,)
CINCINNATI. OHIO.
, ... noOoml ,
Book Binding
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES NO; 8 8A8T
Vonrlh-ltrMfl. MtWaWli Mala stnrl Hnmro fllwi.
clnnatl. " ' '
MTH-blndlng I avory style. Mnsla Jtootn neat
y aad dorbiy bond.. . .0. GRWtKH.
rirSa-t J
PATENT MACHINE-MADE PAPER
- au.i. lur wrooer., irruKHi.ia, i ea ieaiew ana
otbeni, made from extra qnality of Wrapping. Ha
nlll and White Tea Paper.
3t,fjiin No. 1 Wrapptog and Manilla;
SfO.iHiONo. 2
. , t),m Nov 3
MKNo. 4 '
11 ' ' m,m No.
' I; ' 0,(KlNo. 8 '
" No. 10 ...
JI,KI Mo. 12
jpo.rrt) No. 15
M.OllC h. 18
: ' JHl,lM No. 90
t ! Mo. 1 White Ta Bagsj . i .' ,1
Ji,ljiONo. 1
2iiO,oiiO No. 3
Th abOTe ar put np In packages of 600 bag eaob.
WA am miiniifaphi.l,ia from .T. n .UA...AH
' - n i .. i-.. . h ixon A olrAzriKto v .
ruiwr uag aiAiiuiaoturerst
And wbrHnale Paper Dealers, .
oca ; ?7arid 7! Wlnnt-tree.t.
Holiday Gifts, &c.
WE INVITE ATTENTION TO THE
mnri fantlfnl .i..,i-.,.t nf W A hJV
nOODS, which w hare jnstrooeivod for tbe Bolt
laf . Bohemian Bottle, Pearl Jewel Oaakats, Bo-
iiamtaa uatkets, rwuri tiara um, Hohenilu Boxes.
Pearl Porta-monnaiet, Bohemian Pun Boxes, Pearl
Inlaid Brnabe, io. For lain at rery low prices.
ALBKKT ROSH, Druggiat,
teW B. W. cor. Klgbth-it. and Weatero-row.
Spalding's Prepared Glue.
f pHlS EXCELLENT ARTICLE IS FOR
-M. aaleby - ALBBET BOSS, Drnuglat,
deli . W. nor. Kiehth-at. and Wiwmrn-row.
Fine
Christmas and New Year's
k A . -i ,ti
fpHE UNDERSIGNED HAS A FINE
aL selection of tM and 7 octaT Pianos on band, of
n blch erery on would make a very handsome pres
ent for the owning Holidays.' lie will sell at a low
prlee, and on easr terms: half cash, and balance on
t.a. II alt repairs, tunes, and rebuffs Pianos on
reaaonabl terms. JOHN B BITTING.
Piano Maker, Canal-st.. second doorfrom Vine.
P. S. sly friends, and the public in general, are
hereby informed that I am not In business conneu
tlon with the honaeof Brltting A Brother, on Virib.
street, and mv raanectlve enalomara will tliarefora
Ipal tjt my old pirn n.Janl-stre t, near Vine.
W1LUAH DISNEY, ATTORNEY
. . AT LAW, Ohase Belldlng, No. I Cast Third.
kraal. pfr-a
.
t
t
1
BY-THOMAS ROOD. MISCELLANEOUS. BUSINESS CARDS
Door tXidcKS,
B. R, CAR AND 8WITCD LOCKS
Poor anfl GatfrSprings, "
HOUSIB ETiTM A t E RIALS,
SILVER-PLATED DOOR-PLATES.
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted. ,,
I hit public are ntpaotfallr IsTited to ball and ax.
amln tb Tarloni patUrnt and priet. AMI JobWnf
promptlr ttteniled to ' ' ' " " -
' eEOBGB aieGRBGOR,
DoBom ' no. 113 rirtn-itrt,Jd door from
3 A. B. C0I.V1LLE, .1
Heale Maaniiuisarrr ii - i' Ji
lo. 41 East r3mnd-stret, oetwMD Sycamore and
I roadway, Oinoinnatj, keeps ererr description of
loanter, Plrufcrra, Cattle, Hallread Depot,
and Trnok Hoaleat Traelr. . . , 1
'! bn Watsat, At. .. 7.,,. I
Bspalrng don on the shortest notlee. . Bbl-ts
B. KITTHEDGE &:C0
1134 MAIH BTBIXT, OINCJ sATI, 0. . !
' KITRCDGE V FOI.SOM,
S St. Ohf ls itrt, Saw Ortosna. It
lmpartera ofGan it Spvrtlaa Apparatw
ViD Btitisg t or roiroig.
RAILROAD HQTEL,
(Fronting tb oUamboat Landing.) '
North-east comer Broadway and Front,
CINCINNATI, 0. , ,;. . .
R. F. LBVKRn'G, Proprietor.
: ' ' occml '
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
MARVrAOTtraiU AMD'DfALIttB (It
IjlURNITURE, CHAIRS, AND ALL
kinds of Mattresses and Bedding, at the old
stand, No, lit ayoKuiore-atreet, east aide, Htwean
fourth and f iftb-atnwta, aerenth str abov
FonrtbtTrtet, Churoh Powa lined aud enamoued
All orili.ru. promptly utirtidedW. . o-l-cui ;
H. CAMPBELL & CO., !
J. ANUPACTURKRS OP BAR, SMKET
IT, and U.'ilor Iron, Plow Giaba, linilroM 4pik
Kto. Also, Agents for theaaleof Irontru Mb 'Nulls'
ttarerovni io. It Kail bocond Mtreet, (Jln- lnuat I
Ohio
aWAIl kinds Trflu ihIq U .inter. ' lot I
LKNUtil&T UVL, j
CLEANER Oif SINKS AND VAOlTS.
No. m Slxth-atreet. betwenn Vim nnd ku. I.
tbe Medical Ooliejre, Cincinnati, Ohio. Ferauai whe
uity faTiirhiiu wiihthuirpatruBage,canre)tpnnoi
tn.ility and low prices. tel-ay i
ifloiiey! iHoney! Money! I
loan"ofpice.
ltenioved from 30 West Slxth-atreet, .
MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
ELK? and all kind, of Men-hanrilw.. at iw
rates of interest, at So. 178 Vine-itiwt, btwei
rourut aim "Wi X4 '
PHILADELPHIA
Dining and Coffee Saloon, '
NO. SIX It IFTQ-8TBBKT, SOUTH S1DJC, .
(Noar the corner of Tine,)
C. L. VICKEUS, Proprietor. . '
Ovster and Gameaerved In all KtcUa KTauI. at ail
h'Hira . i-olcm
H. P. JULIAS'
lTew Wlioleial
U ATDil & JBWELRV 1I01ISE
16 West Fourth Street j
Where ean be bad every article appertaining to tb
Business at a ranch lea prlee. (or CASH, than
baa eyer before been offered In this market.
GIVE US A CALL
iodBeeforrouraolTix. apli
WM. WHITAKEa,
. , 4 BW BLEft,
Ho. MM S. . Oor. Fifth and Lodge streets, betwetn
Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati.
AgooilftssortraontofHILVKBandPliATKI) WABA
Baecial attention ffiTan tA fllaanlna uld Ram.lr1na
Watches and Jewelry. . . mylO
RELICS Jt 8MIT11, No. O West 4th St.
ARB NOW RECEIVINGr ADDITIONS TO
their lara-e assortment of Watnhaa. Jaa..i.
SUTenrare and Diamond.
A flne aaeortment of Plated Tea Kata and rifiiu
and Opera Glasses. n.
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
DR. SAIrl'L SIIBEE
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASE8 OF
TUE SKIN, BUKCMATISM, DISKA8G8 Or
WOMEN, and such Chronlo complaints a maybe
benefitted by theUygyenio and Atmopathlo system
of hisofflce.
Vssor, Salphnr, Iodine, Arsenio, Mercnry. Tur
kish, Knssian and Klectro-t'hemical Baths, a Sis
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of Kloctrlo
and Uagnetic Apparatus. -
NO. 67 WKST SEVENTH -BTBClVr.
VOm! hnrs i A, M. to 5 . . ania-tft
K. 8. NEWTON, M. D,
Oiftcft, 90 West Seventh Btreet,
tlTWIM Tim AMD
sot
O. E. NEWTON,' M. 1").
OrICS No. 90 West 80Vtmf.ll atrent. hatn-ann Vina
'ind Uac. UssiiiKSos Mo. 53 Heventh atreet.be-
isoii ttalunt and Tlue. Of riot liouaa-7i to BH
. M -. Itn1 P. M.l
P. M.
WM . M . HUNTER,
DENTIST,
o V.lpe.atreet.
J. TAPT,
(Saocessor to Ksowlton ft Taft.)
DENTIST.
rto. B6 Went FoarthHt., bet. Wnlnat cV Vlv
M CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Sp24 :.'i,.
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUND
at last JUSt What tha r.adiaa hTa1anriaJ.
und looked for in rain, tbe Uterfiio Eltilr, -The
Uterine Elixir ! wnrrantail in rn an i.-
ransa ofa Uterine Nature; Inearnmatlon of the
womb, the Kidneys, tha Ovaries, and th Urethra,
1'rolaDailH Or ITallillir Of tllA Wnmh. PainlS,! M.n.M.
ntlon, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; lu fact, aperleclcnra
i" gaarraiiteod by the u. of from two to tin bottles
of th iilixir, of any dlase whatever of the Oeoer
. atlve and Urinary Organs, of nial or female, no
matter of bow long standing:. Price 81 bar liotila
Madame hi, M8 calla particular attention to th
following Card of one of the moat prominent Drua
trhrUof Cincinnati. i-
"TO TU PUBLIOAND THE LADIES IN PATl'()VlAil.-
We, theotiderdiitned, are not in the habit of glvin
our nanie to Patent Medicines; but knowing well the
btf", fhyalclan, and the mudicliie called the Uterine
Klixir, we i cheerfully recommend it to all fonialea
uffonng from Female Diseases of any kind: it is
purely vegetable, and In no case can dolnlury: wc
ay to all try, and our word for it, you will find re
1. 1). HILL. DnstriarT
epir, ' ; .''Oornerof KlftnMditrea.i''
MADAME ' ELLIS'S BPANIStt SIMU.
LATINO 0OU0H AND LIVEB BALSAM
cures, without fall, paint In th. TBrea.,f Bk, '
?i it. or hJmbi wws, Golds, Honneneai, Dlfal
cnlty of Breaihlug,TI.iailche, Klatnlency, Heart
born. (Jhronio Bheumatism, Bullous OholicOrama
Cholfc, Griping Paius of the BoweCTnllneai!
Stupor, Inac tivity, Lots of Appetite, arid In Pai:
ful llenatraiitlon it Is a certain snre, and givea
immediate relief. In auy of tbe a bo re diseases
it will give relief in twenty minutes, and a pernia.
V.i ' i n"eor lo Dottles. Only cents
N.
nai
B- For h i bv P. 11 nil. I. r,.. . '
of Ilacoand Kifth-stoMts: J. D. PAKK. corner of
Fourth and Walnut) 80Al KOKeffttf A ,0f
corner Vine and Fourth; JOHN DIOKSOtf, corner
of John and Bixth; PAtTL KRINLBIN Joraer ot
Klglitb and Freeman. Also, KOWABD DbANLAN
"7
a i n. corner oi main ana 1
ELLI8, Ms West Hlxtb-Mreet.
u , corner or mam and Fourth: and Madam.
, . . Ufa.. LJ 1 V. - -- w
aepn-ar
. Je J.BllTLEB'S. :.
I.sccl9ior riiiid ?liik.
Mnnftory, 3ft Vine St.. M
Q.ENTS' FRENCH B000T8,' ' i
riJKNOH HH0K9 AND Q A1TKKB,
FRINOH 8L1PPIRS,
Ju.t inelred by Xipres.
j. h. detim;
il' SJ 93 WottFourlb-stieet.
"t..".ti onnaua m-i t
f- I FRESH CAM
OYSTEtRS.
'i COVE ' '
OYSTERS,
Spioed Oyster i.
FIC'KLEP oVsTKHi
THB SUBSCRIBER 13 NOW RECEIV
ING DAILY, bythe Adams Vxpress, MAIT.
bib woria-reaownea jsainmore
Freili Oftn, Keg and Shell Oyiten,
rraak, nemticallT-ealad COTS, -BPIOID
?IOKliII) 0Y8TBB8. , , ., . J( ,
. , .BOBEST OEB, Aeeat. , , :
17-tf , ' - Doaot, II Weat rifta-atrnet
). . i r FRE8U K
OYSTERS.
O A V AON A'S ;
Oyster ' importing House.
NO. 31 WEST FIFTH-STREET.
rflHB. SUBSCRIBER IS , NOW REOEIV-
M. ITlfl rlallv. Mr Rxnraafl. hi. anletidifl flv.tar.
Qartag completed arrangement In Baltimore, on
theniuat extnaiTe acale. 1 .will at all times during
ilie season be prepared to inrniab my frlondi. "aua
the rest of tnankind,'1 with the must DKL10I0U8
Bi V A LVBrt imported to the Queen City. None but
tile verv beat lmnorted. Ureat lndnceuienta oflered
at tins impnrting-nouae.
Order alolioited and promptly OIKmI. Terms otah
I'KTKK OAVAt.NA,.
Beai;t .' . Sole linporteraiit Pifiprjptor. '
OYSTERS,
; At?- .
TODD'S OLD STAND,
TWO. iO SIXTH-STREET. . I AM KBCEIV
i- I NO daily, tTH'ti Celebratoo MAMMOTH
118 which 1 arn telling at iinprticudenletl
ua bv case ar dnLen. FNalera aud Famili
wanting every large, fresh Ofster, will nleaae send
their orders. Attached lo this eiliillisliuii'lil is a
nice, quiet, respoctalilp Saloon, wlieroyou cau have
uru'era uooaeu in every trtyM.,
and served np in a
clim ran I superior manner.
(Miarnoe Ims lh.au atauy
oicer piic. . iooiui
Juan
N'AIKN.
THUS. SMITH'S.
BALTIMORE
SUPERIOR OLD i PLANTATION
OYSTERS,
Depot, 93 Kycamere-itreet, opposite the
National Theater.
U. C. BOOKING, Agent.
AL80 rjr.eN.d Fl.h and ftama: fresh and sweat
Butter, Ac, delivered at all hours, free of charge. .
mem i
J. FARROW & SON'S
CELEBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
received dallv br the Adams Ex. S -
preea Oompany, in-whole and half cans, wyi I mi)
au uytters sola warranted iresn and oi OLJli'f f
the verv beat aualltv. J. B. OWINttS. '1OL
Anont, No. 1J Fifth-street, bet. Alain , . i
and Walnut-streeu. I
K. B. Th trade supplied m th tnost liberal
tm-ms. oc3Acm
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. D.DAY & 00.,
. manufacturer! andalersin
PRINTING PRESSES,
(BOTH HAND AND POWEB.j '
And nil klnda ol Frlntln Materinls, Noa.
173) ITS and 177 West Second-street,
- CINCINNATI, OHIO.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
to our MEDAL JOBBKU. Within the last
eighteen months we have introduced them Into four
teen different States of the Union, with the greatest
satisfaction to the parties purchasing. The power is
applied to the center of the platen : consequently
there it no pissibllity of its springing from any
amount of preasnre. The motion Is so transmitted
to it as to cans a dwell on the point of contact with
the form, insuring A PBhFEOT IMPBXSBION at
a high rate of speed. ,
. Printer in want of the BUST JOBBER should
not purchase elsewhere without aiving this an ex
amination. They are strong, durable and rapid, and
are WAB. BANTED to give the most entire satis
faction, noa
HALL'S PATENT.
'-in
'mm
rflUB MOST KEIIAHLE FIRE AND
M. BDBOLAB PnOOJ"BAFBB.-They have given
more satisfaction than any other now in ou,
We offer areward of ONE THOUSAND pOL
I.ABH to any person that can, np to th present
lime, show a single instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their contents.
With t..a-J.lrv l. ..II 1- -it
beini
g ine Don r ire. i-rooi, unrgiar 1'roor, or rire
Burglar Proof now mado; and ar willing to
With anv establishment fn tha llnfrtn. AnflthA
and
test
party failing Drat, to forfeit to th other, the sum
p( $2,0119. ... ..,
Wonro prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at lees
cost, than any other manufacturer to the Dotted
States. .. . ... !-.
Kecond-haud gales of other makers, also on hand.
Wereswctfully invite the publio to call and ex am
Ins our sUick before purchasing elsewhere. .-
i ; HALL. OABBOLL A 00.,
, ngli-Vt Nos. It and 17 Bast Oolumbla atreet.
n B.' DODiDB, '
roraerli of aalliPodda Oo:j late Ijrbeu.iWddi AOo.
, . . W. R. Dodds & Co.,
. luaurAottrajtag o faa.
' O O WO H -IS T 13
Fire and Burglar ' Frooi
8. Vf, Corner of Vine Heooud Streets.
PBOOs 8AtB that la made In the United 8 tu toe, and
Is warranted perlbctly free from damp. Can be sold
fi tV lce8,and ( f batter workmanship than
oan b found elsewhere, . . ,. . .. .
fcZfta jrJS1''? Mrtmntn hand, and are da.
tarmlnaj to tell at price that cannot tall to fleaie.
..;,. Old i.Sates .w.i.,4.
mf AKES AND- REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
.LIMBS in a superior manner. Satisfactory
raierenoei mm.
Address No. 1, Bycamort-street,
Corner
of Front.
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O B M 0 V A L B. ., OSMOND, M. . D
ir.T.f,ntl,t,,!'"J,,In,0J0 niVlno4tree. nai
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Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
VAvencr established In Cincinnati In 1 839. an-
tedating ail present looal Insurance Oompanie and
Agenole In the Insurance business In this city. 33
years com! ant duty here, combined.wlth wealth,
penenoe, enterprise ana iitwrainy, especially '
mend the AiTNA Insurance Oompany w the favor
hlM natmnaira Af thla eommnnlfcv standln Solltarlr
and alone, the sole mrvlvor and living pioneer of
OinolnnatiunderwrltersoflS'iS. .:: ,: j
JLoaaaf giald la Cincinnati dating put Flva
Cash Capital $1,000-000,
(ABHOtnTK AND 0N1MPAIBED.1 VlTlI A I
SURPLUS OF f 1,030,443 ,80.
And th prestige of W yeara success and eapeatenoe;
. ..if .) , , nrraniicm 09 .-
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OF J'i,(0rt,000, LOSSES I
Bave besn paid by theBtna Insurance Clompanyln
the past 40 years. 1
Fire and Inland Navlgatlon.-Biskt accepted
at terms oouaiatent with solvenov and mir eroritt.
gnpocinl attention given to Insnrauco of Dwalllngs
snd Content, for terms of 1 to Sy s.
1 &ppncaiion maaa to any amy -ainorinu agent
scomptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
imate Insnrauco business, this Oompany Is enabled
to oder both Indemnity forth past and seourityfor
itie future. P iicias issued without delay by ',
, JAS U, OA iTKU, Agnnt, No. 40 Main ttrent. !
A. F. PATO 1, Assistant Agent. (
it. K. L1ND XT, Agent 171 Vine street. I
J.J. IIOOKA 1, Agent. Colton, 17th Ward. sue
WESTERN INSURANCE COMPANI
OC CINCINNATI' 1 ;
OFFICE IN THE SECOND BTORT OF
No. S Front-street, between Main and Uycaroor.
This Oompany is taking fire, Inland and Marine
Alslta at currant ratas of premium.
Losses foirly adjusted and promptly paid'. ;, ' ' I
J DIRBOTOBS: - ' ' . I
f FBokert, F Bull, SWPomerojf, .
nil nam uionn, w u wnitcner, w u mann,
Robert Mitchell, W H Oomstock, LOKSIoue, !
Itolil Buchanan. O 0 Shaw. Ooo Ntall. '
Wm S..llw, Beth Kvaus, J 11 Taane,'.
David (libaon. H Itrarhmau. J 14 ImIijaiii. .. . .
U Clearwater, Thus It Elliott. ' I
' - i i . iiurisuT, rrosiaent.
HTtpiitN Mnaag, Secretary. no8!
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Iusuraiice tompaoy,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
' DIBKOTOKS: ' ,
William Wood, Isuao 0. Oqpelen, ' 1
James K. Cunningham, Sydney 8. Clark:, i
Andrew Krkeubrecher, Joseph Beakirt.
Geo. W. Bishop, Wm. Fisher,
Oeorg B. Dixon.
I8AA1 0. OOPKLEN, President;
Gao. W. Oopblkm, Heoretary. i
... A.M. B0H3, Surveyor.
Is prepared to Issue Policies on Vlro and Murine
Itliks, on iavorablo terms. Offlce No.JW.it Third
street, Truat Co. Building. noSbfni
National Insurance Co., ;
Cincinnati, Ohio. . ,
(Office South-west Cor. Main and, Front-streets.) -
Marine, Inland Transportation and
i X1T0 AUKS
TAKKN AT CTRRBNT BATB3. .
DIBTCOTORH: '
John Burgoyne, E M Smith, " Bobsrt Moore,
nui nepworin, vuob u moore, at irecniieimer,
V X. Wiodemer. Thos Onir. H W Hmith.
J L Boss. ' Thos B Biggs, Henry Ellis.
a. u. unnis, osc y,
no8bfm
JNO. BTTHtUlTNB. Prm.
P. A. Spbiomaw, Surveyor,
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 1829. .
CAPITAL 8150.000.
OFFICB NO. 4 FRONT-STREET; IN
8UBIS agaitttt Loss and Damage by Fire; also:
fori l of the Sea and Inland Navigation.
, ., niRROTflRSr i .. -r
J no.W Hartwell, Allen Collier, William Besor. '
..una v xiiija, jamesjjupton, i;nAS,w itowland,
John W Dudley, James A Frazer, J W OaDileld,
08 Williams,
rJ,wuluwi inyior, no musiow,
H McBlmev. Rnwrnan (1 Ttafe,
lit
er.
JOHN W. HABTWKLL, President,
0. W. Williams, Secretary.
STUB AND MAHINB.
Eagle Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI. '
. ' J- W GABKISOHJ President.
S. W. BEEDEB, Secretary. , , . .. .... ,. ;
DlRKrtOKS Henrv Knsaler. Anthnnv Vnv Wm
Wood. J. W. Garrison, Samuel H. Taft, George W
Townley. Smith Belts. .1 .;.,... ,
ouavr.voaa-J.Ji. Lewder und David Buker. de9sy
eSeieod q)! uoi5idd uo ?U9t umojo jgg
r)i-iqan0i) pas AtOa-iutiae JO0 -jj .-j
i,-a r - l""lll -Hl(l .uimvh
moiOHamoa -waiioed juoj seuiucraw tnmB eu
-una jepun puu jadn qjoq (pilos Sto)1smjji-r7
. viannff Una .antlnn buihm . Im
NOHI ONOUIS NI dfl Xad 'S3ZIS 11
silIM peoj pub ujoo
' Samoa P Suipnjja aiqujaoa
mm outcalt eiIaStic MR-
JL TALLIO BOOKING" 1 offered to the public
as the best and cheapest Metal Boof now used, It
merits tested ;by a,;, experienoe of years fit this city
and vicinity. Applied to tint or stmpaoldisr new
buildings. No solder used fnatoned securely with
out exposure to the action of the elements.
rrepareo. tare is, uoxeu lor sbtpnient to any part of
the United States, cau beannlii,.! l.v anv nn. will.
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
- i OALDWELL A CO, -
iyls-tf , , laa West Second street.
( itmisoNs, - .
FLOWEE S
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Of every description, which I am silling at a sms)
advance on Mew York price, wholstal and ratal,',
;! y., .-: : .' -.--. WEBB, Jr.,
no : 1S4 Fifth-strwit. ht. Bane and Elm.
OA N DY! OAN II H ;
' 33Ti" NOLAiRK .
, (dsootafor to Utsbj a 9o,)
,1- . ' . vi .i' : vO I
afaaufactureri And Wholvgale Dealtr
, .:J "'fT' '"; I ,
FINE AKD PLAIN CANDIES1, ;
40 MAIM BTREET CINCINNATI
' -', . r . ,. .-. myJT
C. W. MACKELFRESH,
n' OUtaalketarer of',; i
TUN, BHEBT-IRON ANL ZINO WARE,
Baking and Boidltta Fowder Box ., Tin Speak,
lag Tube, Hoofing, and Dealer in Stove. No. it
Kifth-street, Cincinnati, Ohio. -v . ' M .
. aw AU kind of Job Work promptly attended to.
ir.,, Ide7m , ..
OniEMTAIi-q BXCHAWGE.
rfl HE UNDERSIGN ED, HAVINO REFIT
- tiu tu eaiiuun in tne anqutrer
uuiiuing, are now prepare 10 liirnuu;
their friends with the best imported
Wines, Liquors and Cigars, - .
STSf Rultlmnra HIk.11 Ov.tara anrwaA In '
wreiyityl.! ' ' ' ' ' t'-i
dea-am - - EASTWOOD A BAKQEMT.
HOLIDAY GOODS. We hftre jost "ra
tetved a large supply of new fruits, neh as
Figs, Prunes., Natural Peacties, Plneappl, Bleak
berrle and Strawberries, assprtsd Jellies aud Jams.
Preserved Prnits. in endln variety delicate Old
Port, Slurry, Madelia and Obampagne Wluea, form
ing the largiiat and moat complete assortment of
"good things" ever offered In the city before. For
Sill, wholesale and retail, by '.i ,
,. . . A. MoDONALD it CO,,
del 7 Mnd Branch Store X West Fourth-st.
WM. H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
AND UOUNSELLOU AT LAW and Master
Oommlarloner of the Superior and Oommod Plea
Courts. Bank Building, north, west corner ot Main
nd. Tnirntrsets. , . , ; , t , , -we
PRANKliIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
rOUHtlKi', B. ALLISON, Snperint.ndsnt,
PtUtlnf UMawUl.oll II lout. Its Vlniutl
n O till 'Va v VaV Ja"V
BY-THOMAS ROOD. MISCELLANEOUS. BUSINESS CARDS 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 AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
RAILROADS.
The Shortest Route between Clnotnueti
and Chicago.
'' Three PasMogerTnilnslenveOlnelnnatldatl.from
thefootofMllliiDd Front street.
Bi5 A. N. Ohlcago Hail arrives at Indianapolis
kt 18:10 V. M., Chicago at 10:30 P: M. This train
conuect with all night trains out of Chicago lor
the West and North-west; connect at Indlanap"
lis with trains for Terr Haute; also vlth I'ei u
train for; Peru, Logancport, k'ort Wayne and To.
lido.
l'Ji45 P. DI. Terr Haute aud Layfayette Ao
oomuuHiatlon arrives at Indlanapolisat 6:lo P. III.,
making direct connections at Indiannpolis with La
tayette trainafor Decatur, Ssriugneld, iaplo, tinlu
oy. Hannibaland Si, Joseph. i .,....
7 PtrI.r-Jhi)agoxpniiw arrive at Indianapolis
at 12:13 A. M., making cleat connection at Ohlcago
with all morning trains ont of Chicago.
Sloeping oar r altaohed to all tbe night trains
on this line, and run through, to I'ulcago without
change of cars. ;, .... , ,
This Is eiclnslvely a Western and North-wetetn
root, and with favorable aud rolinblcarrangemont
with ail connecting roads throughout the entire
West, guarantee nnnsual oar and the amplest ac
commodations to the pations ot this line.
The Company's exclusive Telegraph Lin I used
when neoeisary, to govern tha movement of trains,
and Loughridge a celebrated Patont Brakes, are at
tached tu all passenger trains, by which they eanb
perfectly controlled; besides all tlis other modern tin
(Movements necessary for tbe comfort aud aafntyol
passengers; the luanagera of this road hare liberally
piovided. '
rlmoking-earl onthlslln. ' " '
' r Be snre yon ar in the right ticket office before
Iou purobaso your tlck.ts, and ask for tick) via
.awrnnoeburg and lud lanapol Is.
' 'are .the same a by any other route. Baggage
onecked through.
Tli BOUGH TICKETS', good until used, ean be ob
tained at the ticket offloe, at Upenoer Bona Corner
aurth-west corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net Bouse Oor nsr; at the Wal gut-street Boose, and
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on front street, where
all necessary infcrmatloa mar be hud.
Omnlbuics run to aiid front aacb train, and will
call lor passenger at ail hotel) and all parti ot tho'
oity.uj leavingaddroaiiatelliu'omc. "
,, . W.B. L. NOBLK,
Plij Qtaeral Ticket Agent,
NOVEMBER 14, 1589.
Cincinnati Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
SIX DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THE
Sixth-street Depot.
' Trains ron through to Cleveland Bandoskr, To.
ledoaud Iudiunapons without change of car.
Through Tickets for all Kastorn, Western, North.
n and North-western cities.
a A. EXPUKH8 TRAIN For Hamilton,
Richmond.Indianapolis, Lafayette, Chicago, and all
Western Gltlea. Connect at Ulchmond with O. and
0. Koadfor Logsnsport; also conneoU at Hamilton
for Oxford, Ao.
7i;ili A. 11. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield,
Sandusky, Toledo and Chicago. This train makes
close connectiens with all trains leaviug Chicago tho
same evening. Also oonneots at Duana ron Co
lumbus', at Bellel'ontaiiie with B. and I. B. K., East
and west: at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayuo and
Ohlcago Ballroad East and West; at Clyde with
Cleveland and Toledo Ballroad trains for Cleveland
and Detroit; at Dayton for Greenville, Union, Win
chester and Monde. . . . . .
i, I OA. M. BXlRRfJ8 TRAIN For Cleveland
via Delaware tor Dunkirk, iluilalo, Boston, New
York, and all Eastern cities. A Iso connect at Crest
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
Kastern cities. . , , . i ' '
, 3i40 P. Ml. TRAIN For IIamllton,BIchmou4
Indianapolli, Terre II ante and, Saint Louis:.
nects at Hamilton for Oxford, 4o. .
StiiO J. Ill TRAIN Fop Dayton, Springfield,
Bellefontain. Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Ohicago, and
allpoinu in Canada. ConnectaatBellefonUinewlth
B. and I. K. K., nst and West.
, lli30 P. ni. KXPUE'S TRAIN For Clove
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Bufialo, Boston,
Mew York, end all Eastern cities. Also, connect at
Crestline for Pittsburgh Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and all Eastern cltieB. .
aTdrThe night Kxpress Train leaving Otnolnnariat
11:M P. M., leaves dally axoirr BATugoaxs. All other
trains leave daily kxokpt Sundays;
For further information aud Tickets, apply at the
Ticket offices north-oast corner Front and Broad
way; No.-tSU Walnut-ttKMti near Gibson Hon; at
the new Ticket Offlce,on tlie nest side of Vine-street,
betweenlPostofflce and llamet House; at the Waluut
street Hone,or at the Six th-street Depot.
noU D. MoLAKKN, Superintendent,
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trains.
FIRST TRAIN-DAY EXPRESS AT 19
' A; M., connects la Colmnlms and Cleveland:
tie Columbus, Steubenville and Pittsburg; via
Oolumbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colnm
bn and Bellair (Whoelins). Also, lor Springfield.
Thia train Mops between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all the principal stations.
WKCONO TRAIN- Columbus Accommodation
at4i4(P. a. This train stop at all station be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati aud
Sprlngltold.
JTlflRO TRAIN-NJght tExpresat lliS P.
M,; connects via Oolnmbue and Bellair (Wheeling);
via Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg: via Colum
bus SteubenviUk and Pittsburg; 7ia Columella and
OlovHand. !- ,
This Train' stops at Loveland, Morrow, Xenla
and London. HLKBPINGOABS ON THIS TBAIN.
WThe Day XUpres runi through to Cleveland,
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via Steubenville, without
change oicars.
The NIGilT BXPBES8 Train leaving Cincinnati
nt HillOP. M., run dally, except SATTJRDAYS.
The otlior Trains run daily, except SUNDAYS.
For all information, and Through Tickets to Bos
wni iw. ior, ruiiaaeipma, nuiiimore. rrasnmg.
ton. Buffalo. Niagara FalU, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
PittaburR, Wheeling,, and all tbe Kastorn places,
apply at the Office, Walnut Street Haiise, Ho. 4 Bur
net House, south-east cornor of Broadway and Frns t
street, and at tbe Kastorn Dopot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which Is seven m!n
nice faster thau Cincinnati time.
Opnlbuse call for passenger by leaving dlreciiona
athe Ticket Oftfces. ,: noU
Commencing Dec.4,1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THBOUGH WITHOUT OHAFQB OF 0AK8.
Twio Daily Trains lor Vinoennes, Cairo and Bt.
Louis, at T;m A .' M., and 7:3d P. M.
'One Train for Evansville at 7:30 P.M. ' ' V, '
Th Trains connect atBt. Louis, for all points In
Kausasand Mebraska, Dunnlbal, Quincy and Keo
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vlcktburg,
Nntobos aud New Orleans. . ,
One Throdgh Train on Sunday at 7:39 P. lull
' KprDHNiria-Fast Line-Leaves Fast St., Louis,
mU 'at m' ' r ?l-.rrtTl,, Cinclii-
Uxrassit TaiiN-Leave lost St. touls dully al 4:10
P. At., arrivini; at Cincinnati at KM A. M.. ,
' , FOK THKOUOH TICKBTS
Toall-pHnts West at a Bouth.please pty at the
offices. Walnut-BUp i Jttouee, Jbetwsen Sixth and
Seventh-streets, He. t Bnrnet House, corner uOlce.
north-weat corner of Front and Broadway, Spencer
II gu.e0fl1.ee, and at the Depot, corner Front and lllll
rtfteU. W. II. OLEMKNT,d.nX8uperlnteadem.
OninlUn.cs call for pastcngcr. oc2
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD. Great Through Route for
TIBBV HAfjTl, 1 1 ' '
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